Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 3, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03850
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111 Strawberries Vol. 91 STAltKE, FLORIDA 15c of Heaven 111;
Airing Monday
111. No. 3 Thursday, July 3, 1969 COpy 1m

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Tax Request I
;. .:> ConsolidationHit

Faces By City SolonIf Legal FeeSharing

it's going to cost the city erty and collect city taxes. A
more money, he opposes consolidation fee will be charged the city for
of city and countytax both services. Exactly how tl swill
I assessing and collecting work or what tile fee will A hearing id set at 10 a.
"-"*hqj ir ."S JT !r -ijrt, agencies, Councilman Neil.; be Is unknown at this time by m. :Monday[ July\ 7, to air

Tucker said Tuesdav night either county or city officials. the County CommU i< >ni s!

"I'd like to see us start thinkIng Tucker, however, fears that suit to have the Bradford
Lester Wayne (Buddy) about this. I think there's consolidation of the tax collect-
School Board Ha
19, currently in an RUls'1 a way out ot tins," tucker told Ing agencies will cost the city pay pro-
prison for armed robbery! his fellow councilman. "They'll more than the $3,000 it has portionate share of legal

charged with taking part In VrrTlrT make our rolls, collect our been paying Tax Assessor Gene fees! incurred in fighting

robbery of the Keystone i ITJM INI TT I mil i)i nil I in I IrMMPT taxes, and charge us a fee," Long to duplicate the county's for higher timberland (Heights) State:! Bank is now he said. assessments inside the city sessments.!

faced with additional charges.!! Under a new law passed by the for use by the city. Thus, The county is seeking i to
1969 Florida Legislature, the city tax assessments are already -
According to Chief Deputy county will assess city prop. being made by the county. temporarily enjorn the
Sheriff Dolph Reddish! Ruts, -- tax collector from distributing -
a former Starks resident, is One way to eliminate any monies collected

the charged Jackson with armed Minlt Market robbery on of City To Fight fees Tucker the city suggested might be charged.Tuesday from. Container Corporation. -

night, might be to eliminate
Madison Street on June 2.
city taxes altogether. By plac- Hearing will be held in the
Two MeasuresRepresentation ing the millage at zero mills. chambers of Circuit Court
Reddish said the Columbia Tucker reasons, there would be Judge John ".Murphree:\ in
County Sheriff's! Department !is no taxes to collect thereforeno Gainesville.In .

also preparing a warrant t from the fees to be paid. the suit, filed June 13,

against Ruis charging him with 4 K T** Starke City Council will joindlrectol's The city now derives approxi- the county demanded that the
armed robbery of a Jackson mately $80,000 per year from Court enjoin the tax collector
** *X J of the Florida Munls.clpal -
Minit Market in Lake City June UtIUlea\; Association: in its 7.5 mill assessment. That from distributing the tax money
Orlando July 17 to rail opposition would have to be collected until the Court has decided
through Increased utility costs\ ,
to measures which they upon the merits of the c.ise.
In addition Ruls is a suspect say will hurt cities. or extra city taxes, Tucker The County Commission is
in an armed robbery in Ft. said. suing the school board asking
One new law passed by the the city at present uses
Walton Beach, according to 19(>9 Florida Legislature: has Lore's county roll verbatim.The that the board I pay 60 per cent
.Reddish. of the cost of the four -
placed a tour per cent sales 43,000 paid the county by year
timberland assessments litigations -
Y' tax on general'is equipment the city goes to defray the since the school board

Ruts was charged with being w ;roe w N purchased by cities physical costs, such as labor will get about 60 per cent of
one of four who robbed the Another measure which drew and material, of duplicating the the tax monies received.In .
Keystone bank on April 3. The even' more opposition: by local assessment records of city the suit, County Attorney

other three Harold Manningand Real Cooling Power! city fathers, was passed: by the dwellers, City Clerk Merrill Theron .1. Yawn states that the
Arlene Ma'ters Manning, of Senate in the recent l legislative Edwards said Tuesday night. unrecoverable legal costs come
Starke, and John David Trog- session; but never reached; the As far as the city tax payeris the $16,000. Thus the countyis
len, are in custody in Duval Whether you were a sun worshiper or simply ;\huut) (1),111)(1) () )(' per rts passed the /gates: at Strick house. It will be brought up concerned, the advantage to asking the School Hoard to
County jail under $50,000 bail. wanted to cool off in the 100-degree() weather, King- land's Landing, whre the photo was taken Sunday, again next session the new law is that he will pay about $9,600.Continued! .
sley Lake was good place to be in after- both city and county taxesin
a Sunday pay
Although a nationwide alert according f lo Owner Tro Strickland.On (Continued on Page Four) (
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one place at the same time.In on )
was sounded. Ruts was not arrested -
until June 14. At that

iutUsi'tU time: he: was i-ln arrested Corning.: by Ark.local and noon.4.t.. Pool

a was charged Corning found with guilty grocery armed of that robbery store.chargein He of ; Local Cop Takes""Line' From TV I

Arkansas and began servinga Table

10 year term in the Arkansas t.,
State Prison on June 18. TV, policemen often solve Herr 11the( way the hiv 'u- Street. "We found the shirt and revealed they were not 1 tie! one bend! that Rut! wathe onc'I f
crimes b'vause: a light bulb gaton! went' Recording! to Red- hat and Miss Norman Identified the police were l looking for. I
Wilt wa"aid to have held tH' I Igun I-
According to FBI Special Okeyed goes in their heads and all the dlslThe robbery oC"II'I'd' at them as havingbenwombyThenlheClashofl1ght.Rt.c1.the : .
In the brink robbery III
Agent Robert B. Gebhardt, fed- pieces fall into: place. Reality !):30: p.m. June 2, Th"i 1 were no robber." Reddi h said. dish realized:: that the descrip that ,robbery 1 the jam waa sassed
eral authorities can now take and f.ctlon; often arn very sim- customers in the .51! ire and :Miss\ The Investigation continued' lion given by Miss Norman off double bal1"el.'d - one or two paths concerning!! the Permission for a peal::: table 11- ilar a* a recent incident In Caroline Norman wns on duty. and "''vi ral persons were sus- seemed:! to fit! the description of and it was protruding from u-
bank robbing charge. He said censs was granted: (l The Turn Bradford County Indicates. She told Invcstinatlrpr:: offic"rs, p-ri-tl but further investigation Ruts and Reddish also remem- has.Bradford.
the FBI could file a retainer in table Record Shop upon the sec Buddy Ruts was charged with' that the robber, ia whit mal .
Sheriff DCpjitment
County *
Arkansas!' asking that Ruts be ond request of its two larlv op-" the armed: robbery of the Jack- In his early! 2'i's) about 5'7" to
returned to Jacksonville for r eratars: to the City Council I'uss-: son Minit Market because the 5'9", 130:; pounds, with a ruddy Power Plant Jacksonville: called the FBI' in
requesting a : :>to'1"nph
trial when he is released from AIU day night. bright light: flawed In the mind complexion i came into the store of RuK When It nnivcd I' :

the Arkansas: prison. No age limit was placed on of Chief Deputy Dolph Reddish. from the west side! and told her:! Miss Norman <
Identified: !! RUN: a -
of the license ic- Redd'sh'! told The Telegraph that Alter
the granting to give him the mcney.
However. Agent!! Gebhardt the man who had robbed th'.
said the FBI would probablyask quested: by Gladys Lee and Millie suddenly the pieces began to fall getting: the money, the man left Engine Again Mina \Iarkl't.Inve'IMation.
DiCandio. operators of the into place one night as he was the way he had com:! and disappeared : of
the U. S. District Judge to the case I.continuing. (6'
record shop and recreation center driving Into the clarkne's.
issue a writ asking that Ruis be Rcdclihaid fiey!
at Call and Court:> Stress
brought back to stand trial for across from the: courthouse. Thp Although he had just returned Miss Norman also told the Topic In CityBuying were:! trYilllto cooull'iate: the

the bank robbery. It will probably request. was turned down at the from three-months) at the police that the man Had a sawed investigation with the' FOr
will be late Fall before June 19 msetln when Councilman FBI National Academy when off double barreled shotgun protruding When R"dil, sin heard] about
Ruis U brought back for trial, Jimmy McRae's motion to the Minit robb'-ry occurred, : from a paper bag. the i lVry !in Lake City Hie: de
the agent said.Gebhardt permission died wltl.out a Reddish; said he had read about' Reddish said they were unable a new turbine for the addition, Cliffllazenchairman ccriptlon and method' of op"r
second.grant the Keystone! bank robbery and to determine the man's city power plant and Its accessories of the bond trustess, sug- anon were K-neially: /I',. 'ameso .

said the state offl- R!odd"nly leall/cd that tins! description made: of travel 01 another! he for about $300,000 gested Tuesday night that the i photograph! of Run was
clal.s would have the same op- The unanimous vote came( and method of the had an accomplice within the next two years is investigation be launched cent! to Lake City.
tions open to them regardingthe after City Attorney George!; Minlt Market bandit was similar Dining the investigation' : again a topic among the Into the purchasing the new Retch' i : .said! he hnhr"n Infoinvd -

armed rObbery charges In Pierce ruled t fiat the "ovr.r-all to that of one of the bank someone aid there was some Starke Council and Bond Trus- engine without another bond that (V vict) 'm\ m
Starke and Lake City (and pos- effect of the! establ!'hment is robbers clothing found on West Madison tees. Issue. Interest rates are too Lake Cay: identified Ru n
sibly Ft. Waltcn Beach) The not that of a pool hall." high now to contemplate a bond the man who robbed 'uit market

federal charges would havepriority Upon questioning Miss Lee .. ....,..- ....,,,,",,,,.,,,,11I -- issue, he said. welcomed the '
In the matter and If Rains Avg. told the Council the record hop The Council Of con--e.! the EinU! of Rui '
idea. Chairman One Wiggins will have t to. .
Ruis should be brought back has installed ring pens tables > bpi ox tn .1 Com
for trial he would have to face pin ball machine and a bowl quickly agreed with Ifazen'ssuggestion
7.3 InchesIn Council
!I that the ,
the bank
robbery charges first.
machine it activities -
ing among > bond trustees, and city engineers -
WeekA The pool tab) will be only ) meet together at the next DroughtHurting
The Keystone! bank rob-
one of many activities she said. Council meeting July 15 to dis-
bed of about $25.000
and the Attorney Pierce told the coun- cuss the idea.
Minit Market bandit took $.tr.6 county-wlds: average:!! of 1.3 cil that each such request would llazen began his discussion
from the Starke market and $">0 inches of rain! was reported! by have t tD: be examined individually I Tuesday by terming the neces-
from the market In Lake City. the Florida Forest t Service dur- accsrr'ln: t t-,> t'," "<..", "r t.tabl'hment ... sity of a new engine within two

ing the past week with allf and what it offers years a forgone conclusion."
the rain! falllnc at Santa Fe the:! public. Only way to c. FREE tower which reported four inches such e-tabllshments. he pointed: j J} "'W,:; into his Idea of the city financing Farmers

of rain.! out is by licensing them. If II 1\\\ 'tt' .....; its own engine.
FIREWORKSDISPLAY The :30-ynar avrare for Jim such a place would turn out t? I l ) '" City Clerk Merrill Edwards:
la 10.30 inches! During June of be a pool: 1 hall the lic n'ic could t J l\ pointed out that on one bond Just about cvriybody! hat
'69 a total of 3.01 Inche3 was be revoked he l aid. Issue from which the city received been adversely affect"d by the
recorded.! about tUO,000(;()( a total lack of lain except those cuttln"

Fri., July 1 Two forest: t fires were reported !- Councilman P. T. Nolin then Mystery Merchants Contest of $090,000!) ( ( in interest must hay t't put in the burn according : .
At Dusk this week burning! a total of said he didn't object to the pool be paid more than doubling the to County Agent U:'orce:

Lake CenevnKeystone three acres Since January tabl in long as it H In conjunction ( cost of the equipment. Muggins.[ :
( Heights)' there been dfl! fires biirn'nc' :a with: other superv.sed: activity Enters Final Half suggestion that the new Someweet corn and watermelons -

Presented Hy total of :mo: acre. During\ the at'd no gambling Is allowed engine be the same size as the "did not stir' up arid ma-

Keystone: Heights same period last year: 122 fires Councilman Neil Tucker then With The( Telegraph'sIy: Club board of directors and Is ing on 'Andrews Sh'eclln north last lone for which the city tun;" as they should have UK
consumed !ll(5.4( ncres.! moved:! to grant the l.ccnss fora stery :Merchants Contest mov- Past Worshipful :Master of Suiikc, handling a complete line already has the engineering( agent sold Oth'-r coin planted,
Volunteer pool table and it passed un- ing Into its second half, interest Gainesville, Lodge :No.: 41, !I' I* of feed, seed, fertilizer, lawn specifications Tucker.came (torn t'oiin-hat In areas where the. land i- I light:
Fire Department aninionsly.\ remains high In Identifying iM, and garden: ;and general farm oilman :Neil; Is "practically I'IlIn'd"! and
the "mi stcry silhouettes"each supplies might save as much as $:ill.) ,oml! is at the, horning\ pmt

PUBLIC I INVITED SR-16 Project The Council did not take action week on the big double CAUL IKJItST{ : Came Ui (000 in engineering costs, he whrie a Mood( ran could in 'ana

to amend Section: IIi:2l!) or[ page layout. Slarke Iii and has been ri.VSK' : .I.\/\' /: President;: added. good( crop and no ruin will
All Insurance offices Coming AlongThe years ago added thai he
the City Code which states: Shoppers| arc urged to visit In business for himself since the newly organized Cash 4 Clerk Kdwards: mean that it goes I'jwiiti.ll( I'ucli
will he closed July 1th State Road Dept. has Just'! "It 'hall be' unlawful far) any each advertising store and reg- I9fi2( now operating the Shell Carry" Tires, Inc., located in has been handling the cily.smonevas day.As

and ;Slh.This completed the till search on poison! or firm or corporation: ister for the final grand prize Station at the corner of IS I:. the Green, warehouse building conservatively as for tobacco "wli.ch will
SR-16; east according to Clerk! ; owning! or orat'nB' a poolroom 1 of $150 in gift certificates/ that 301()( and SB! 1110.( Mr. Hurst is at 117 I':. UrownleeM. InSlarke.He possible. By the end"ol the stand more drought: 1'i.in! om:
Space Contributed Charles: Darby. within the c'ty' t ty: allow will be given at conclusion of active in politics having served came to .SLirkc in l)57! year, he said, there should other crops> ," the' luirve, *t :as
Weekly to Publicize any peron under the age of into the contest. six years on the City Council, :mid has been vice presidi-nt be about $lfJfIJI/II) ( / In the reserve on has begun: and' l'n.I 'itroutli' "rif
play pool or bllllnrd-: or to Last week's :Mystery Merchants : and now serving as Mayor of and manager of SUirke: Molars fund of the bond Is- tin, tobacco ha been" uni'wlritfftaid'd ,
Community Events b1'The Next step will be for SUD
loiter in any pool room( or billlnrdi are identified follows: Starke. He is a member! of (Tails since that time Mr. sues.: That could he used for )HIIVKIMS( sind 1 Hiill( .ncommi
to file: suits to ccnutcmn the 1 propeity xaloon or pinewlierc! M. .1. (:Mac) MM.inviN\ \ : .1 r. the liotiry Club, I'ast Master Jarvis came In SUirke front the new engine. '/nt-d that In nom eu"'-',
Community after that the: bids cculd pool i H pu'jliclv( playrt.: came to Starke In I'Jfili! ( ( and recently of the Masonic Lodge/ and a Kicksonvllle, where hcwasem- Lnginecrs. in a promised expansion rain could hint the. ti"l>iicc:
State Bank be let.' Darby. said: observed his third anniversary member of the Shrine Club and plcd with ; distributor. for I')7I! for the tity growers as :11 t would I eau'.(' a .>'c-
Tho steno pl.nu' to widen andre Coiiccilnnin McRac moved nt as Chevrolet dealer SLirkc (Coif, X 'ountry ('tub. "i\ow turn 10 ale/ insiuc piges! have set a figure of around end, growth und the tolj.iccuwouldn't
Accounts .Insured nil'f.ice 10; from US-301 c.ist (he June I II!) mrrtni! to amend here. He also acquired the :and try your luck al identifying; $7.riO,000: ( which includes enlargement cure as wll.
now to the Clay County line Si-cllnii Ki2l( a* follow: Oldsmobile dealership inug- 1IJI: >tJSTHJ.Ij:: : : a nativeof this :Mystery !Merchants! of the w.ilcr: and "Pastures; are awfully dry;

up to $15,000 1 by>> "We had a promise that line: for re-creation PUITO-'* they l hI'( ust of 1lj7! Mr. Baldwin is Bradford County, oiitncd) his I I' ooh one has $5:i, $3, and $2 sewer systems as well as the they're. not growing:," :ncr'inlIrm -
Federal Deposit In0nr- bid wjukl b:' let ltd; year, nat allowed to have a pool tni>!p far president elect of the Slni'kcKrndford first farm supply store here in gift certificates w.iuing for the electric system. llazen said to ITiiKKlns.: 1tr.nid'aawrvr'f"
ante Corp. lhe,,"'"(' ,SRI)> pretty. goad at Vf' rront! under I III." Ills( : "i,11'01\l' Count Chamber of l(18! ( in lie( old Hnmnlce loc.i- first |persons> In come Ui their he thinks such a large uxi>vnOontlnucd that thorp ha, not yi (is'.', -i-r-
kc;:pine their promises" the at t I the June I II!) mooing ilu-il Commerce, a member of the lion. In March !191i9!)( !), he moved >;11I..es11th !tIC priiicr|. identification. ( on Page Four)
clerk c0I11111 'nt'd. without :a MI'COIHl. SLirkv Elks, Lodge: the Ih bury into a modern 10 x KO !build- (Continued on Page Four)

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Sentenced pled guilty before the Superior! ;
I Birthday Party Woman
To. Court of Fulton: Ga. to violating
Of Interest For, Karen ChittyKaren After Breaking5Yr. the uniform narcotics! act i
and received three years pro-
Chitty celebrated her ProbationProbation baMon. Court recrr.-b( E'JO't11:1t: :

WOMEN fifth birthday Saturday afternoon she was charged with selling a :
of Lee Nell Mssrer::: .
when her mother Mrs. narcotic drug.
I Larkin was revoked Monday: :
Randal Chitty, gave a swim
she found guilty of breakingand
party for her and ten little
Gladys Mooty: Phone 964-7608 girl friends. entering in Circuit Court
The party was held in the and sentenced to six ta; eljh-

Luncheon Given Myrtice J. Lewis Rehearsal Supper Street Chitty where backyard the on youngsters Searing Prison.teen months at the Lowell State all alloul

For Miss ThomsonAt Weds Dr. StieglerIn For, Brewer-Patray played In the toddlerpool. They Mrs. Larkin was charged: en '
Dec, 7, ( with breaking! and
were given favors of water '
Scanlan HomeMiss Albany, Ga. Wedding Party guns and balloons and refresh- entering Leila's. Dress S'.icp.; J1ou1BY

ments during the party hours. JPr f Eighteen at the: time, s's.s: : pled
Thorn'on of Mon- Mrs. Myrtice Jackson Lewis
Evelyn Mr. and Mrs. Otis E. Brewerof guilty to the charge in Circuit;
tic I1o bride-elect was honored: and Dr. Theodore Stiegler, both Lawtey were hosts at a sup- a Court on Dec.: 20. 1965, but adjudication -
at a luncheon :Monday given by of Wilmington Dela.. were mated per party Thursday night, June Thelma V. DeVine of guilt was withheld: NANCY'S FLOWERSUSE
Mrs 0, L. Haynes Sr.. Mrs. A. in marriage Saturday, June
12, at the Garden Restaurant and she was placed on probationfor
N, Holliday and Mrs. J. A, 2f), at 12 noon in the chapel of following the wedding rehearsalof Weds Mr. DoubleIn five years IVY INYOUR

Sctnlan! at the horns of the latter the First Methodist Church, Albany their son, Gary, and Miss Starke ChurchThelma On April 23 of this year she WEDDING
on Water Street. Ga. Dr. Guy Hutcherson Donna Lou Patray. Ii Hale you ever wondered: why
Pink and white: : summer flow- pastor of the church officiated. Centering the head table was .. Ivy is used at so many wed
era were used In the party Attending the couple were an arrangement of white dais- V. DeV ne of Nalcrest. 1 ty 4111 dings? Many people will .say because -
and James
Fla. of
R. Double
rooms. The twelve guests were Mrs.!! Lewis' twin slater! Mrs ies and gladioli. Place cards SE'KVJCE' SCHEDULE it is sucha
seated at three tables where T. T. Long, and T. H Slade Sr. marked the seating arrange- Babson: ( Parlc. Pla. were united:: Doyle Installed As President CATHOLIC ChurchesST. [ lasting plant,
bridal place card' marked the The groom's daughter. Lenore, ment of the 45 guests. in marriage :at 7 p.m. Friday, [ and it contributes
seating: arrangement. On the served as Junior bridesmaid. The bride and groom pre- June 27. a ceremony at t the Of Starke Rotary Club EDWARD'S. Starke: to the last.
bride's table! was a Jingle gardenia 'Following the ceremony a reception sented their attendants with First Christian Chinch cf Starke. Sunday :M.is8 a in., and lag: moment of
and bride and groom was held at the Double gifts during the evening. Charles R. E. Reese pastor of 9.n;\ n.in, the wedding:
church: J. D. Doyle was Installed presented by The Harbingers, u
the performed the cel'e.mony 2'
dolls. Gate Country Club In Albany, as president of the Starke Rotary popular local group, directed 'fhursda"Ias'l.; 6:30: p.m.Miraculous Actually the
The honoree was presentedwith after which the couple left on :a Miss Janet HardyIs Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Club for 1969-70 at a bv.William George! of the First ; ;Medal Novena: 1 Ivy leaf indicates -
a corsage and a wrought: wedding trip )n the Bahamas. f trustful
ladies night dinner held Thursday Baptist Church. Piano and organ Saturday, 7 p.m. 1
iron bowl and matchirg! candle Among those attend'ng the ComplimentedAt N L WoodSurn::: of Staike, brother June 26, at the Starke music for dancing was play- ..L ness. And thereis
and sLstJr-tn-law the
sticks from her hostesses! as a wedding and reception were of Golf & Country Club. Pre- ed bv Charlenn FranrU nnrt ST. UILLIAM'S.: Keystone no more trustful moment in
memento of the occasion.: Col. T, T. Long, Mrs T H. Bridal ShowerMiss bride. senting the traditional gavel to Charlotte Greene.with drums Heights the lives of two people than
Out-of-town guests were Mrs Slade Sr.. and Mrs. Charles The couple mill reside in Bab- Sunday ;Mass "
the new president ( above left) by Jimmy Lawson. 9 a.m. when they say "I do.
\v. H. Thomson of Montlcsllo S'wyr of Starke. Mr. and M*s. Janet Hardy, bride son Park.Melissa. is B. F. Mizell, Jr.. whose Group singing was led by Wetnnday18'15: & :Novena\ We love to decorate for weddings
elect of 2 honoredat
mother of the honoree, and Mrs David Long cf Orlando, and August was term as president ended July Gilbert Goldwire. 7 p.m. Whether yours is to be
J, W. Griffin of Oc lochnee, GT. Mrs John Whelchel of Jacksonville a shower on Thursday even- Winkler 1 1. Rotary Anns and visiting lad- an elaborate one or a simple
June 26 Mrs.
ing, given by
Past President Buford Mitch- ies were presented with favorsof ST. MARY'SIarclenny! :
gathering-we will be happy to
Charles Darby and Mrs. Myl- Party
Has Birthday
Sunday Mass, 11:30
ell, served as Installing offi silver pinholders embossedwith
handle the floral: arrangements.
dred Cuttino at the home of the
Lake Party Given Dottie Sue CorbinTo cer. Other 1969-70 officers, the Rotary emblem.
latter on Kingsley Lake. Melissa Winkler celebratedher
Wed Mr. Lee Arrangements of summer flowers launched on their new duties
sixth birthday Friday afternoon
For OptometristsDr. at this time, were: DeWitt T.
were used in the party when her parents, Mr.and Tarabee secretary Gerald
Mrs Dolly Ccrbln announcesthe rooms. ; -
Mrs George Winkler, gave a
and Mrs. D. W. Whiffen engagement of her daughter Games with prizes were play party for her at their home in Williams, treasurer; A, L.
entertained at a party Saturday Dottle Sue to Carlton Lee son: ed by the twenty one guests Green Acres. Crosby Jr., sergeantatarms.Mizell .
evening at their summer homeon of Mr. and :Mrs R, L, Lee Jr. after which refreshments were The party was held In the yard ident will serve as vice pres- J BiJilp -
Kingsley Lake for the North served. Assisting In serving during coming year.
Miss Corbin is in the tenth where the trees were festooned Besides the officers 1
Central Florida Optometric Society grade at BHS, were Mrs. F. B. Beard, and with party decorations. Games named
board of directors includes
members and theirwives.The Mr. Lee. a 1967 graduate of Misses Melody Cuttino and Jayne with prizes were played by the Robert Burch. Richard-
BHS. Is employed with White. Hardy. 30 little guests. The young- dUI.Y4
Jockel, Dr. A. J. Barry CarlL. uammimsms *
The hostesses presented the sters ,
fourteen attending enjoyed head Brothers Construction drew favors from a Jack
a cookout, swimming and Company. honoree with a cut glass relish Horner pie. Hurst, and T. T. Long.
dish as a memento of the Following the steak dinner,
during the evening. The refreshment table
boating Wedding: plans will be announced was
later. occasion. covered with a pink cloth and .,a variety,., ,program was
LruWWLrLrLrU" centered with a ballerina cen-

-, .. - terpiece. Centering the birth-
x-: day cake was a pink ballerinadoll. LAWTEYBy

t Enza Blanchard

-CORRECTION flrrssptsfla-pss.rrs'

.. Methodist Vacation School
VM f< \ will be held the second week
.X4ii*j>>- ,- Bradford County Hospital an- in August and not in July as I I
> ; <* nounces the following births: it was Incorrectly given last c-

'&< Mr. and Mrs.DonaldJ.Neats, wcok. '
**" _
f, ft Starke, a son July 1.
y Raiford, a son, July 1. Eugene Starling accompanied
*1 fifteen MYF boys and girls to _

".: 4f; .. : ," a skating party in Lake But-
.. II ler last Thursday evening. "
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day School 9:45: ; Worship Ser- ''P .'
Mrs D. E. mu vices, 11. Choir practiceand Swim Trunks : ,
(; d. MYF Wednesday 7:30.:
I ;" ::
,; oF'I Ten were baptized. Sunday -......p REG. $2.99
First Baptist: Sunday school .'.. .; .
..... afternoon when Hampton Bap- ._ LADIES .
9:45: ; Worship Services, 11 and .
tist Church held baptism ser- 7:30.: Training Union 6:30 Now $
: p. - Z
CHANNEL vices Timmv at Jones.Midlakes Donnie, Including Brown, m. 7:30.Midweek meetings Wednesday Jamaica Shorts ;

s !1 ." .4. Jack Crawford Barbara Benck- : .
'1i .' cwsky, Stanley Benckowsky, ASST. SIZES AND COLORS SAVE!
.1 ''j 1 5 1 -4 > : Buckle Melton, David Melton, REG. $..23 $2.29 ''
: 4t t
.. I .. ...... """ ''''' .' .. '
'. : """ "':t r '-'r $
: 't(< t-' "? .d'i ff ti f;>"(."(tr: ,. .''. ,., : I' Bill Mcng, son of Mr. and Highland Baptist: Sunday t $200 ; : 'CA
: .. Mrs. Paul Meng, graduatedfrom School 9:45: ; Worship Servies :
%: 11 and 7:30 Choir .. .
Santa Fe Junior College : ; practice R .. .
/ Friday last week, June 27. lIe 6:30. Prayer meeting Wed- ,. SAVE! Very Stylish -'.
t .' plans to transfer to the University nesday 7:30.Svmpathy: "
Very Short
} .. .
), of Florida majoring In >:
::J. ...... civil engineering. Others from is extended to the :' T,
1 -'" llimpton: who just completed the family of Mrs. Georgia Grif- I 1': Pant Dresses

.. 'J ,,":"') .. .....". "...,...- quarter at 'JKJC, and start day fis who of last passed week.away:: on Tues- ii
another next week
quarter are .
Ronnie Birt, Ronnie Dyal and Included with those attending Girls Swim Suits .: Re>r. $6.00 .

Carolyn Meng. the funeral of Mrs Paul W. "
CHANNEL YOUR SAVINGS IN The Dan Johnson family helda Walters in Jacksonville last Reg. $2.99 Reg. $3.99 fii' $457
reunion Sunday afternoon at Friday were Mr. and Mrs. :

Kinglsey Lake, including Mr. Kelly, Mrs. H. E. Priest, :Mrs. $2.00 $3.00' i:.
and !Mrs. Johnny Allen of Santa George Roberts, and Miss Enza ;, _
Barbara, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard. __
THE RIGHT -DIRECTION James Broomc and sons, Mr. SAVE! /fl: s., SAVE! T "

and Mrs. J. G. Broome and Mrs. George! L. Shuford was ,. ix4 ..1v. Mao...... .
baby, Mr. and 1\Irs.FrankWUl- Saturday overnight guest of Mr. : "
iams and family. Mr. and Mrs.' and Mrs. Phil Shuford in Tallahassee .

T.J. Mann and daughter, all and attended the weddingof .., ? *' i"t
FIRST FEDERAL of Gainesville, Mr. and !Mrs. Miss Terry Pons and Jim 'r
Arnold Haddock and family, Mr. Benson on Saturday afternoon. VERY STYLISH

and Mrs. Dan Johnson of[Hampton + .}Ii. ENTIRE STOCK Girl's Two Piece
Miss Arthurine Blanchard
and Roy Morgan home on LAST!
spent the weekend with Miss WHILE _
furlough from Army duty.

PAYS MORE % Mrs. Melvin Hamel met her Enza Blanchard. Ladies Flair Pants Short Sets
daughter- law Mrs. Rich- George L. Shuford visited his

ard Hamel last, In Jacksonville uncle, Charles Shuford, In New :::- Reg. Values To $5.99 f Reg. $1.99
Thursday week in Floridafor St. Joseph Hospital, Tampa,
a visit from their home in Now
during the weekend. We are $150
Texas. pleased to learn that he is $397 ,
Mrs. L. L. Melton and Otis improving satisfactorily. Mr. aJ
SAVINGS Melton left Monday! for Rich- Shuford's room number is 407 .1. SAVE! Re;*. $2.99 '
mond, Ohio, to bring 1\Irs.1\Iel- .
in case his friends might like Now
ton's mother, Mrs. Parsons, to write to him. $200
back to Florida for a visit. .
CERTIFICATES Mr. and Mrs Gene Clouseof Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish
Bradenton and Mr. and Mrs. attended the wedding of their Dl\V A -* ,.

Bob Fisher of Ohio were over- granddaughter, Terry Pons, and SHOE .I
night guests Monday of Mr. Jim Benson in Tallahassee last SALELADIES '
and Mrs. Don Hill. Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwad Saxon SUMMER.
and children are vacationingthis We were pleased to see Mr. CHILDREN'S ti' ,-
week in the mountains in and !Mrs. Vernon Olin In Church
Sunday after an extended vaca- I Sandals $la66. Piece GoodsREMNANT
North Carolina. While they'regone -

their daughter Gail is remaining tion. ..,,. SALE.
with her grandmother, Mrs. Bill Wilson and dau- HENS BOYS ASST. COLORS !: ..
Mrs. Bertha McIntosh ghters of Miamiarevisitingher ;: PAY '/ REG
!Mrs. Reuben! lIolt of Tennessee mother, Mrs. Leamon Norman.: Deck Shoes $2.88 ;
I has been visiting her .1 .
6 MONTHS parent, Mr. and !Mrs. Willard Chris and Alexas White of PRICE ,

MATURITIES Thomas.* Mimai are spending some time LADIES SAVE! SAVE! ,,, '
: (_ J =4_ $5,000 MIN Mr. and Mrs. Felix Griffin with their grandparents Mr.
and son William of IUchland.N and Mrs. Albert Sa PCnfif'ld. Oxfords CART ERA ;;;
: IMUM IN- C. were dinner guests Tues- Tennis $1.00 ''
VESTMENTdiI day evening at the home of Mrs. Bertha Studlky of Jacksonville Iti1G
!Mrs. Louis Hogan and Bill Un- spent last week with $
derwood. her brothe and sister In- LADIES .
!Mrs. Ethel Kennedy and two law, Mr. and Mrs. L. 1'. Rafuse. ,'IJJUNNER J

daughters of Jacksonville spent Visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Sports Flats $1.66 \ .111. jjI--, .
last weekend here with Mr. Haulcrson during the week were ,
and Mrs. George Herman and Mrs. Kaulerson's brother in- SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! ,
family. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Linda Harrison of Jacksonville Dean Thomason, and her uncle
Prices Good Now Thru Sun.
was a weekend guest of and aunt Mr. and Mrs. R. I'. July

q SAVINGS AND ASSOCIATIONV04)M Charles Ilinson at the 11.15. Tyson, of Jacksonville.We .

I. Mr. and Mrs. Baileyandfam- are pleased to note that Mr.
( MOb. MS WIJT MAOISOM STMITSTAJKI. -. fly of lakeland wen; recent and Mrs. Edward Roberts have Remember Carp's Open Sunday to 6 P.M.
.HOMO* J1O I visitors at the home of his returned to their home l rprP
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. from Miami where they have
and Mrs Foster Hayes. spent some time. ONLY FIRST QUALITY AT CARPS!

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Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Godwin
and daughter Cheryl, of Avon Mrs. Lucretia Green

/( Park were visiting their par- Services At BrookerServices
3fau now'I I ents, Mrs. Eve Baldwin and Mr. :
and Mrs. Robbie Shaller from were held at 11 a.m. .

I Friday to Wednesday.Miss Tuesday In the Brcoker Baptist f .
Petersburg was visiting Mr. Green, 61, who died Sunday. Interment N1, THE. IGNITION.! Of- A CAT FROMvCHEVnOUETQUS XVS AN OLE BEAK LATELY/ .
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Whitehead wright Jr. of Hollywood were and Mrs. E. D. Tenly over the was In New River /R SYATVT IT UT!' HOW SWEET IT !IS -
and sons. Scott and Ken. have visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. weekend The Tenlys are Cemetery. BAL WII THE MUSIG OF YOUR .
returned from three weeks vacation Wainwright last Tuesday to spending Thursday to SundayIn Mrs. Green Is survived by two 1 SMOOTH -RUNNING- '
in the Smoky Mountains.Mr. Thursday. St. Petersburg with Miss sons, David and Julian, both of :
and Mrs. Leonard: Register Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs.S. Raysor. Jacksonville: her mother, Mrs
of Mississippi, former Starke L. Peek Sr. spent last week Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jacksonand Mamie Hodges Brooker: a .
with :Mrs Joe Wilson and Mrs. visited Mr. and ,
residents have rented the Mer- daughter brother, Evan Hodges, Brooker; f ,
Bennett at Kingsley Mrs. H. E. Smith In Williston
ritt Williams house George
at 504 E. Ad- a sister Mrs. Nelva Raines
the weekend. ,
kins street and plan to move in Lake. over Archer; eight grandchildren and
Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Durkee
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn
July 9.Mr. .
and Mrs. Charles Schaf- family Memphis, Tenixarrive and family of Framingham one greatgrandchild.JohnsonHayej Funeral Homeof ,
Saturday to spend two weeks at Mass are spending two weeksat
fers of Atlanta are visiting Mr. Gainesville' of ,
was in charge
Mrs. Virginia Townsend's cot- th e Carl Johns cottage on
and Mrs. Felix Sapp and relatives arrangements. ""ny@y .. h
tage on Kingsley Lake. Kingsley Lake. r.e x o I
from Thursday to Sunday.Mr. :\11'. and :Mrs B. L. Gay of Mrs. %V1. Thomson and Miss Ie
and - - - - - - - -
Mrs. Henry Stefanelll ------- ----- -- -- -- -- --- -
Plant City were weekend guests Evelyn Thomson of Monticello,
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. of Mr. and :Mrs. David Mont- and Mrs. J.W. Griffin of .
Raymond Stefanelll in Ocala on gomery. Ochlochnee, Ga. were weekend 1 r : A
Monday. They took home their :Mrs. :Merton Boone and child- guests of Mrs. F. F. Stump I'II
granddaughter Elina Ann Ste. ren of Portland, Oregon are and Miss Lillian Stump. V
fan 111. who had spent a week visiting :loll'. and Mrs V. R. :Mrs Mike Goldwire of Fort
with them. Ferguson for several weeks. Myers spent the weekend with v
Tommy Harrison of Fort t
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining YN72 and :Mrs. Donald W. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire.
Lauderdale It visiting his grandparents -
visited :\tl'S. Vining's sister Thornton and daughter of Pen- :\11', and Mrs. C. W. HerlongJr.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Mrs. Louis Yancey in Decatur, sacola and :Mrs :Marion Moyerof of Jacksonville were Mon- o/yj
Ga. last week. Jacksonville are spendingthe day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison, for three weeks.

Mrs. R. L Sleferman: and son long weekend with Mr. and W. F. Herlong.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby -11
of Petersburg, Va. al'e'Islt ng :Mrs. F. W. Strickland. Stanely Poole and son, visited their daughter-in-law. j
Mr. and :Mrs Merritt Williams! Leaton :Morgan III, son of :\11'. Barry, of Tallahassee were Mrs. Bill Dansby, and daughter,
this week. Mr. Slefennan: will and :Mrs. L. U. Morgan Jr., Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Leslie!
Join toe: family over the week left :Monday by plane for Fort George Hugglns. in Jacksonville on Saturday.
end.Jack Bragg, N. C. for eight weeks' :Miss Lillian Stump was in Mrs. Bill Dansby and daughter
Ga'iagan!! of Melbournewas : basic training with the Army Tallahassee Wednesday to attend returned to their home In Lansing
visiting his uncle and aunt National Guard. a luncheon at the home of Mich! on Sunday. 9WA
:Mr. and Mrs L. G. Powell Mon :Mis s Phyllis Haddock accompanied Mrs. Prentiss Pruitt honoring Mrs. G. S. Newcomb is vIsitIng
day.Miss by her uncle, Bob Miss Evelyn Thomson, bride- Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Moye in \ %UtJbl 1/1/1/
Paula Johnson of Griffin, who has been visitingthe elect. Orlando this week. \ x.
Athens. Ala wu a weekend C. S. Haddocks for ten :Mrs. Edith Christiansen was Mr. and Mrs. M. W Cressler A ON ALL
guest of Mrs. Betty Register. days, left Wednesday for San in Wildwood last Thursday to returned Saturday from two 1 / Sr
Mrs. Betty Crawford: spent the Jose, Calif where Phyllis; will Sunday with her sister, Mrs. weeks visit with Mai. and Mrs JA1 r
first of the week with :\11', and visit the Griffin family for two L. W. Strickland.Mrs. William K. Booth!! In Fort WaiA .jtSUttttt 69 's
Mrs. Bobby Crawford: and Mrs.\ weeks before going to Orange, : J. A. Griffin and Mrs. ton Beach Mr. and Mrs. CharlesCressler
Gene Pass and baby son in Calif to stay with her brotherand II. M. Hatcher Jr. attended a and family In Calhoon :
Lake City.Friends sister in law, :Mr. tea at the Garden Club In St. Ga. and Mr. and Mr!!. Earl 4| /11,, /W, H ilil''
and :Mrs C. S. Haddock Jr. Augustine Saturday afternoon
will be
interested to Ricou In Hendersanvllle. N. C.
know for the summer. She plans to honoring :Miss Julie McMil: :
Preston Studstm is Harold Warren of Decatur, i
be employed there during her bride
lan elect. "
In the intensive care unit :at Ga. Is spending! this week with
visit :
Mrs. Clarence Coleman and
Alachua General Hospital In :Mrs. John Greer and chil- his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
son of Silver Springs, Md.were
Gainesville! after a sudden illness dred of Bradenton are visitingher last Tuesday to Friday guestsof Pat Thornton. A" Newport 2-Door Hardtop
at his home: Sunday night. parents, :Mr. andIrs.: :Mr.\ and Mrs. II, B. Hamil Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Olbion
At this' time: no visitors: are allowed Jack :McComb, this week. ton. and daughter of Belpre. Ohio
Bruce Haddock left :Mondayfor were recent visitors of Mr. and ,{
Mr. and :Mrs.: Edward C, POSe the Coast Guard Academy Mrs. Nancy Gunter has re Mrs. J. D, Warren. "
Ion were in Palatka Sunday visiting :New'; London, Conn. turned from a two weeks stayat Mrs. Thelma Dean!! and Mrs. A a Factory Air Conditioning Power
her son-in-law and daugh :\11'. and :Mrs. Clyde Hill and Woodburn's Camp nt Horseshoe Elva Green and daughter of '* -'-..-. Steering Power Brakes Tinted
ter, Mr, and :Mrs. Frank :Moore daughter Cheryl, of Festus Beach on t the Gulf. She reports Fairfield were Sunday visitorsof !
:Ito were :Monday overnight the fishing was /good. Mr. and Mrs J. G, Caldwell ,A Glass Radio & Heater White
Local admittances to Bradford guests of :loll'. and :Mrs. C. S. Miss Martha Ann Bolitngcr, Mrs. A. G. Yonsrue returned to Sidewall Tires Automatic Trans.
County Hospital this week Haddock. of Starke, was named to the Fairfield with thorn af'er two -
include: :Mrs Doyle Sibley, :Neal Darlene Hobbs[ FayanneFarabee Dean's List for academic excel- weeks visit with the Caldwells. { 3S
T. :McVeigh Robert Henderson, and Jan Graudon are attending lence during the spring semester : : Mr. and Mrs A. W. Anderson SEEESTON
and Teresa Donaldson, Keystone the :Methodist Youth at William Carey College, Jr. and family of Ventura, *
\ Heights; :Mrs. Ora Star- Camp in Leesburg this week. Hattlesburg, Miss. Calif. arrived Wednesday! to '
ling, Lawtey :Mrs. VergieBrawdy JORDAN
; spend two week with their! par. 2-Dr Hardtop
Brooker; :Mrs. Dorothy Mrs. Henrietta Hunt was a Mrs. Pearl Edwards had H: ents, Mr. and Mrs J. G. Caldt Newport
Engelke, :Melrose; J.E. Christmas patient in Alachua General Hospital well and Mrs. Myrtle Anderson
Sunday out-of-town guests at a
High Springs :Mrs Cleo
: last week. Terry Minx of Klngsl'y! Lake
family reunion.11': and !Mrs.
Dykes, Lake Geneva Cecil I.
Richardson, :Middleburg; and Mr. and :Mrs Wynn Casteel H. C. Koon of :Mayo, Mr. and and Kurt Mori of Jacksonvlll <
:Miss Rita Ellington, Ernest; of Fort Lauderdale are visiting Mrs. R. M. Herndon and familyof returned Saturday f'v.rr: three Newport 4-Dr. SedanFactory
Rev. and :Mrs weeks tour of
DeWitt Europe.
'. Phillips, Mrs. Della ::101. Go- Far- Gainesville. Mr end\ Mrs. T. '
odge, Elizabeth Ann Griffls. abee several days. E. Herndon of Valdosta Ga. Mr. and Mrs. John Buckley

Levi Whipple, Brenda Cribbs, Mr. and :Mrs. Foster Shi Smith and Mr. and Mrs. James Burn. and daiiffhter of Sarasota snent Air Conditioning Power w ._.. .. ._._ _
_ Lawrence Batten, Sr., Mrs.Aide were in Nags: Head X.C. last ham and family of Largo. the weekend with Mr. and Mrs < J I' -,
:Mae Griffis, :Mrs Gertrude week on business and pleasure. David Browning. Steering Power Brakes Radio f;
:McBride Leonard F.SmithSr., Mrs. Walla Lipsey and sister Rev. and Mrs. Russell Danielof :Mrs.- Kate Sheonard. who has & Heater Tinted Glass White "'
Mrs. Rosa Green, Beatrice Co- Mrs. A. H. Hines of Alachua, Warner Robblns. Ga. were retired from teacMncr In Brims- '
oper, :\lIssJoan Walker, Starke. are vacationing for two weeksin Sunday overnight guests of Mr. wick, Ga.. has rented ati fliarf- Sidewall Tires And Many Other
Susanne Johnson of Live Oak the Smokey :Mountains and Mrs. E, L. Matthews at ment In Mrs L. A. 'Canova's! Extras.
is spending two weeks with her Mr. and :Mrs. Herbert Green Kingsley Lake. The Daniels home on N. Walnut Street, r
grandparents: and :Mrs.J. and family and MiJ.. H. were enroute to Long Boat Key, Mr. and Mr'. George W G If\:\ \ .II.r. :a -' ;-:.:. _/
D. Odom
Jr Fields were vacationing: last near Sarasota: for a month's Brown visited Mr. and Mr. x---
Mr.: and :Mrs N. D. Wain- week at Lake Bedford. vacation. Carol Gnann at Black Creek .tn, JttL=, -'

M'rtdlebunr.! on Sunday. DON WILLIAMS
--- -- - - - - - - --
Mrs. Edna Hart and Mrs
Kate Sheonard are visiting Newport 4-Dr, Sedan.
In Order That Our
Employees May friends In Winter Garden from
Thursday to Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Maxte' Carter

Enjoy The Holidays We Will Be Sr.er. Curtis visited'! Starling Mrs Cprter's In Jack'on-broth Belvdere 2-Door Coupe

vllle Sunday.
Mr. Starling! recently _

Closed and John suffered Adams a of heart Avon attack Park
Friday Saturday
and :M'ss- Dl Mo'-edock of the Six Cylinder Automatic Trans.

Unlvers'ty' of Georgia pent the Radio & Heater White Sidewall
weekend!! with Dr. and Mrs. if.
July 4th and 5th H. Adams Tires Undercoating.SEE .
M'sses'! Barbara Sue Rarks-'
dale and Anna Lou Barclay of
FSU spent the weekend with.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bark) ; Terwilleqar Motors Mr. and Mrs. Max'e' Carter KACS-136 ESTON JORDAN

Sr. have had \Htors Mr. and Bey icru flour t upc
Mrs. W. R. Math's' of Melrose
and Mrs. Jewell J"hnpnd
!'>X'Xw' 'X<'X'Xx'X *'X'X<*xx x-x 'X x x-X'to jm J children of Jacksonville) last!
;" Thursday and Mr and :Mrs.

|rw.iiMm BEGINNING JULY it"12ww iwil Richard Sunday. West of Jacksonville on 1969 Valiant

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green 100 Series 4 Door Sedan Six ,

have returned from two weeks Cylinder Vinyl Roof Radio &
III visit with their son in law f
1 WE WILL BE and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Heater White Sidewall Tires '' '",-

Robert Genereux and family Deluxe Wheel Covers. t-
in West Springfield, Mass. En-
route home they visited Mr. ---
and !Mrs. Drew Reddish in Wilmington SEE .

I. I !Mr. and, Dela.Mrs. Kenneth Grfder DON WILLIAMS : :

Closed and children, and .

Saturdays Lloyd Island visited Grider Augustine of St. Simons last ,.

f: Wednesday. They visited Mr.
and :Mrs. R. W. Douville and
family in Orange Park on Sun-

I. BANKING HOURS I day.Mr. and !Mrs Dennis Will- : m

: n iams and children of Largo are IS)
@ spending two weeks at the Gra-
: |;::|:i MONDAY THRU FRIDAY If ham cottage on Kingsley Lake.
; : Mr. and !Mrs. R. L. Spenglerand customer

: 1:::::: 9:00 A.M. TO 1 1:30 P.M. :'1::::> St. Mrs.Augustine William were Spengler weekend of care STARKE customer

: ili guests of Lt. Col and !Mrs. care
I I V.J. Spengler at Kingsley Lake.
!\II', and Mrs. Eddie Douglas
If FRIDAY AFTERNOONS 1 1 j of Atlanta are visiting their

.itI f:::::::: 4:00 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M. :mM::::f fm parents Green in, Mr.Starke and and Mrs.Mr.Hobert and CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH : :

!Mrs Howard Douglas in
Brooker this week.

Ga. and Mrs. Charles '
FLORIDA lt. liaise> and three children

I of Seattle, Wash "were Sunday
dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs Barney McKae Sr.
BANK AT STARKE m U: S. 301 North Phone 964-6600

.11111....: Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. .jj j,11. Esf on Jordan Don Williams

f jjii One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group mm:

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Plant Hearing 8Yr.Old mouth resuscitation was given
but to no avail according: t to( the
RECREATION NEWS Boy DrownsAn Clay County Sheriff Depart; i.

Engine Again /Is Set ment.

eight-year-old Jacksonvilleboy -- -........
BANTAM PLAYERS winning pitcher, going the dis Robert Troy Bryan: drowned -
ENJOY COOKOUT tance. Larry allowed only 2 base in Kingsley Lake at New "
Topic In City In Suit BPOE Lodge 1802 hosted t the hits, walked 2, and struck out r l lk Kingsley Beach Sunday, June 301DRIVEIN

(Continued players of the 1969 Bantam Boys 7, striking out the side in the : i 29, at approximately: 7 p.m.
Front Page One)
final inning. Brown also led
Baseball Season with a cookoutat
(Continued From Page One) Although the School Board was the Elks Lodge last Satur Branding Iron offensively, along The boy was it the: Inks with
reluctant to spent taxpayers and Mrs.
his parents
slon is too much for the city day. The boys seemed to enjoy with battery mate Dean Johns.
money for legal fees, at its aexsvee' David L. Bryan of 6953 Miss
immensely playing Both boys were 2 for 3. Ricky
to contemplate under present June 17 meeting decided thatIt themselves
Muffet Lane North Jacksonville.
interest rates. had no choice but to go to games and "putting away"drinks Frick had the 5th Starke hit.

Proof that the city really Court In answer to the suit. and hamburgers. /Trophies SCHEDULEJuly H, was missed and fund on SHOW BEGINSAT

needs another power plant turbine About two and a half years were awarded to the spon- 8 Branding Iron vs the bottom of the! lake about 7 :00 I*. :M.ADMISSION .
within the next few years agot Superintendent Tom Caseywas sors of Southern Discount team, Lake Butler. 8 p.m. Trlest Con- 100 feet from sh -e. Mcuth-to- :
was given by Utilities Supt. State 1969 League champions, and to struction vs Lake Butler 8 p.m. I
told Attorneythat
Oscar Davis after the meeting.The by a 10Triest Adults 75c: Students 60c
Starke Police Department, run July vs BrandingIron I '
the School Board could not
plant's peak load 5:30. +1 + Children Under 12 Free
power legally spend the money since ner-up. : p. ..
this summer has been 4,927 the Board was not enjoined in BANTAMS CHALLENGELAKE All games played at BHS. FLORIDATHEATRE
kilowatts, he said. That came the sui t. BUTLERThe MEN'S LEAGUE TIIURS., FRI., SAT.

last week when the new 1,750 After length discussion on 12 year old boys of the LOSING TEAMS
KW Worthington engine was shut JULY 3,4, 5
June 17 the Board agreed that 1969 Bantam Baseball Program STAGE BATTLE
down for maintenace. will form one team to engagein Usually sports stories are
Without the large engine theplant's they would leave the matter up Double Feature Program
games with an all-star team written about the big winners.
peak capacity with five to the wisdom of the court and
from Lake Butler. They hope to This week we are devoting this
retained Atty. Gene Shaw to
KW is normally
1,000 engines .
represent it. play several other cities if it write-up to the losers. Garden SHOWTIMEWeekdays : rBfl
K\V, That 73
5,000 was only
KW's above the peak reached Board members also said a1 t: can be arranged. Following is Restaurant and the Starke Mer- 7 I>. :M. GrifJltlt,

last week, Davis emphasized. that time that it would be a the schedule to date. chants so far have handled the Sunday 3 P. :M.

Estimates bv the engineers friendly legal contest. Four games have been arranged other 3 league entries rather Saturday' 1 P. :M. JlngeJ':9mliRS4lPlCfUR.TfCMIoCtl.OII"IcwtJL
are that the city will peak at Amount owed by Container with Lake Butler as follows: handily indicating they have

5,500 KW's by 1971. But the Corp. for 1965,66 and 67 taxesis July 7, here; July 12, there: locks on 1st and 2nd placebutthe FRI., SAT., SUN. ? ? !, ( h
city is acutally running about a $93,438 plus Interest. Rul- July 14 there; July 19, here excitement is to be found Q ,

year ahead of those estimates, ing concerning the 1968 taxesis All games start at 7 p.m. when Terwlllegar Dennmark. fl JULY 4, 5, 6 PLUS -
Davis said. pending.A PONY LEAGUEIN Bradford Barber Shop and r.
lie estimates
according couple of weeks ago Con- DOUBLEHEADERJunior Hampton play each other. 1'1! ( Double Feature Program
to current the
usage r '
will tainer Corp. stated that It would Boys baseball season These 3 teams with a total of 4 1- -
city peak at 5,100 IW'sbefore 1 at
the summer is out. pay the back taxes and accordingto opened its !season! with a double- wins between them and 15 loss

The five small engines can Casey he money has now arrived header against St, Augustine.The es are providing the fan with eo
carry a peak load of 2U: per at the office of Tax Col- Pony League players of exciting ball games.
cent than their normal lector. R. Kelly. Starke made up two teams spon- n Last week's play, the Clip-
more COLOR by Delune u5i iio e'2
capacity for a few hours, Davis Casey said at a special school sored by The Branding Iron pers met Hampton and had '

said. But, he pointed, out that board meeting Tuesday night and Trlest Construction Co. quite a game going for a while
is only 5,900 KW. (called to make a budget amend In.the first game Saturday until the "clippers" Jammed 'i't
If the big engine has to be ment which involved a book- June 28. Trlest opened the dou- and quit clipping. Hamptoncame
keeping technicality), that he 1. These Bantam League players and coaches attended the I SUN. THRU WED.
shut down this summer,the five ble header, losing to St. Augus- from a 6-0 defeat to win
small ones would have to be all has approached Kelly about giving tine 81. Hartley went all the the game 147. In another thriller party hosted by Elks Lodge 102 last Saturday afternoon. i JULY 6, 7, 8,9
running at one time and at the School Board its share. way for St. Augustine allowing Denmark- Terwlllegar! edgedthe 2. Randall Davis (UdU) and Eddy Dyal present Marguerite

According to Casey, Kelly said only 2 base hits, issued no free Clippers 5-3, scoring the tie Hall of Southern Discount with championship trophy, Q! COLOR United Artists Double Feature Program
he had in
45 which .
days to dis- I
and struck out 11 Trlest breaker and winner In the final
tribute the passes 3 Recreation Director Gene Rayburn <( money. batters. The was nip and inning. Each team tallied once(
JacksonvilleBusiness game .-
Casey repeated at Mondaynight's Dinkins present runner-up trophy to Harold Crews (left), representing "
tuck until the 5th inning of the in the 1st inning. Denmark-Ter- PLUSWHAT'S- ,-XV : "'JH ,;'..
meeting what lie told 6 inning game. St. Augustine;! willegar went ahead 2-1 in the Starke Police Department. \ o
the Board last week in a bud- f- \r-xSI "
scored 2 run in the top half of 2nd inn'ng and the Clippers tiedit : .
get work session -- that the SO <# -3f
School the 1st inning on a walk, a single 2-all in the 4th. Denmark- Hampton 8 p.m. Merchants vs girls. ,' _
system probably will
have to borrow between S2Q and an error. Triest closed Terwillegar went ahead in the Garden, 9. The children were divided! Into .Vdl' ',titS 6"Dean
000 and $25,000 if the timber the gap in the 4th by scoring a 6th 3-2 only to see the Clippers July 10 Denmark-Terwlllij- 3 age classifications for com- GOOD ABOUT M .l.l'I "
taxes are not collected soon. single run as Doug Brown led tie it again. The Ford and Fur- gar vs Merchants' 8 p.m. Gar- petition.! Trophies were awardedto '"
off with a single, went to 3rd niture sponsored team scored den vi BBS, 9. the 1st place winners, and FEELING BAD P"Martin t.
Directory on an error and scored when twice in the 7th Inning and then NORMAN'S FARM: ribbons to 2nd place. '"

City Opposes Ernie Triest collected a single.In shut out the Clippers to pick up STILL LEADINGThe Following conclusion of fie M itt!tH.lm .I r;
the 5th Inning St. Augustine their 2nd win of the 2nd half to !second! half of the Wo events the kids enjoyed playingon SUN., :MON., TUE., WED.
Auto Sales and Service broke up the: game, coming up lead the "Icrers." In other con men's Softball season opened Slip N' Slide' apple bobbing, The Wrecking Crew

Two Bills with 5 hits and 6 rung Danny tests, Garden Restaurant won 3 June 23 with Norman's Farm and eating watermelons JULY 7,8,9,10 IlCH ICOlOR'

Parrish MotorsS.LES McKinney, a rookie In the Pony games, 11-6 over the Merchants continuing: its winning strealc. The children on the! playground PLUS
(Continued From Page One) League, made his first pitching! 11.1 over BBS, and 13-1 over In the opener Beggsf matched have been enjoying: a The Mirisch Production Company
start and did real well. He Hampton, and the Merchants Norman's run for run in the variety of activities under the Presents
That b.ll would place the establishment -
SERVICE of city utility rat sunder pitched for 4 1-3 innings allowed whipped Denmark Terwlllegar first and second innings, and supervision of Karen Patz. IN THE HEARTOF

PARTS VOLVO the Public Utilities Commission only 3 base hits, walked 3, 113. stayed within three runs going Joyce Dermal and Sue Trlest
and was charged with 4 runs into the final. The game ended The special event far this
taking control from the and the lo!'!. STANDINGS 11-6, however, with Norman'son week will be a Pet-DDll-Hobby THE NIGHTWith

Always Good Used Cars city.This would In the 2nd game BrandingIron Garden, 7-0; Merchants, 5-1: top. Carolyn Redding was 3 Show on Thursday, July 3. Tae: .first
921 Laura St. Ph. 356-5654 second measure scored a 4-3 decision!! over Denmark Terwlllegar. 2-5: for 4 to pace the winners while Playground will be closed Friday Sidney Poitier
also give city residents a choice: St. Augustine, taking a 2-0 leadin Bradford Barbers, 1.5; Hamp-- -iprll: Ashcom did the: same to-: July 4. tune"H
of private cr city owned power the 1st Inn'ng with the aid ton. 15. Beggs. We invite all you boys and and Rod Steiger
Ff'TRTr MOTORS companies.! If it 1 passes, resi- of 3 base hits. SCHEDULENo girls who haven't
They picked up 2 Colonial pounded Starke Industries : visited the
dents building new homes with- more in the 3rd inning umiug games, July 2 through July. 19-3 in the second playground yet to do so and get COLOR bvDeUie United Artists Best Actor Award
of prlvats powerline : -
in 300 a
7. in on the fun.
PEAVY Brothers advantage of St. Augustine's! game.In ._
the: pvivata
could chorse
TINY;; ---- -- -- -- ---
July Garden vs Denmark' TOTS PLAN -- -- - -
miscues and wildness of the games played Friday June '
the city. ;= :: : ; ,1
power firm over Terwlllegar, 8 Merchantsvs BEACH OUTINGTwentysix .
Electric Co. scored p.m. 27, Norman's beat Colonial ll-l
pitcher. St. Augustine
That would hit where Starke Plrlda In quitea Power once in the 3rd, and twice In Hampton 9. in 5 Innings as the losers com boys and girls! : :Dct ;.ct 1ttCC'l11 tSCS.t'. '
few places !
Electric :MotorsSold still has lines the 4th. Larry Brown was the July 9Bradford Barbers vs mitted 9 costly errors. Norman's ages 4, 5, & 6, are really enjoy-
& Light
had 12 hits, and Colonial 9. ing the summer at the! Recreation
Serviced RepairedGenerators Inside the city limits,
standing In the second game Begqs Department This! programis PHESE T ITS :
Starters Armature according to Utilities Supt. Oscar Hawaiian 'Dance Baton Charm moved into a second place tie held Mon:Frl. at the: Pratt
Rewinding. Davis. with Colonial downing Starke Street Playground & Center
4014 Tenox Jax 387-2528 Council Jimmy McRas: has : Regular Thursday Night Dance
from 9
Indicated that he will attend the Classes Set By Recreation Dept.Classes Industries with 6 big 105.runs Beggs in the came 7th and up This past to 11:30 week: am.the kids! enjoyed I i

PIANOS: Orlando meeting with Davis. both indoor STARRING;
final inning to take a 10-5 vic and outdoor
Several other ccuncllmen said: to teach Hawaiian games, !story! hours .
14 years, will be the instructor singing! '
YAMAHA: PIANOS they will go it possible. dancing. baton twirling, and Classes will be held each Fri. tory.The Women's League played coloring with each day toppsd '

CONN and KIMBALL charm will open July 11 for day morning at the Pratt Street games Monday and Tuesday, off with refre-hments. On Friday I MOUSE I

ORGANS more than a capacity load to children of all ages at the Center. A fee of 75 cents per but will not play Friday July 4. the youngsters got a big
handle the expected 5,100 KW. Starke Recreation Department class will b'; charged. Each The schedule for Monday kick taking a trip to Buffalo j
If one of the small engines then "We are happy to announce class will last 45'minutes under July 7 will pit Norman's against! Ranch where they enjoyeda : And The Boys .

went out, the city would face a that we have acquired the serthe following schedule: 9-9:45: Colonial at 8. and Beggs: vs Industries train! ride and saw such an-
real power shortage he said. vices of a professional Instruct baton twirling; 10-10:45: a.m., at 9:30.: imals ai!' buffalo, elk deer, long-
In other action Tuesday night, or to teach these new classes," Hawaiian dance; 11.11:45: a.m., PETDOLLIIOBBYSHOW horn steer, monkeys, gots etc. NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY :
th Council: Recreation Director Gene Ray- charm. ON JULY 3 This! p1'OI'I'am111: rot meet

__ Instructed Supt. Davis to burn states. Friday, Junp 27, was the spsc- July 4, but Thursday July 3, I Thursday July 3.8:30
contact Columbia Paving Co. Mrs. Jody Youngblood Lind- lal event day for the first weekof the kids will! go n a swim par : J
of Lake City* to see why the firm sey, who has taught! dancing, the playground program. The ty at Keystone Beach. __ __

KIMBALL "SWINdlEU" has not begun paving North baton twirling, and charm far Chicken Feed Field Day was a thing of enjoyment ..... ...... ..... ... ... ...... ... ..... ... ... ... ..... ... ... ..... ..... ..... --- .... --
Street in Reno the firm was to than
ORGANS More ThanA more 50 boys and
eiven the lob six weeks ago,
Roosevelt Mall-388-8519 Councilman Tucker said. Drought Triflestealn&

--Gave Clerk Edwards per- I
Are the
mission to two you among
WESTERN STOKE get prices on : chicken feed is no
new air: conditioners for his
trifling matter especiallyIf

LITTLE DUDE offices.Was notified by the State Hurting Its 3,000 pounds of poultry SAFESTDRIVERS
thattheflashing mash worth about $150.
Road Department -
Ernest Varies and Cha.-lle
beacon SR-16
signals on
Western Store (Brownlee Street) at Walnut and FarmersContinued Morris have been arrestedand

Church Streets will not be replaced charged with grand larceny -
Western Clothing Leather- after the road is wide- on a warrent issued

goods, Saddles and Trailers ned and repaved. If surveys ( From Page One) June 26 on complaint of De-
Charles & Sharon Petty after the new construction is puty Sheriff Glen Moore.

902 S. Edgroood 384-1210 completed show the necessityfor lous damage and a good rain Both have been released af-
the caution lights the city "could bring them back." ter posting $2,500 bonds.
can request them, theSRD said. Concerning home gardens, the The pair Is charged with in America?

County Agent commented that taking 1/ tons of chickenfeed
most have been harvested but owned by Adlco Corp. of Nationwide's new Family

WE ARE NOWSTOCKING the late planted gardens are suffering Brooker and delivering It to "star driver" protec

Morris' home north of Starke. tion rewards: safe drivers -

"Everybody ,has been affected Both were employed by screens out risky
and Is wanting rain" the agent Adlco. Varnes was the driverof breaks fur
one!?- Special
concluded.To a delivery truck and Morris
families with two or
date, Florida Forestry worked at the mill.
Service reports that Bradford more cars and young

County has had 3.01 inches of married couples with

STARTERS rain last month. The 50 year Aero children. Call:
average for June is 10.30 Inch- Club Flies

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ALTERNATORS BUSINESSDIRECTORY' the state took part In another ; ,- ;.. --,, ONCERTIFICATES
fly-In Sunday June 28. to Horseshoe -
Beach where they were
Woodburn.Five .

AUTO SERVICE planes from the Key-

IGNITION PARTS stone Airport made the trip witha Nationwide Mutual Ins. Co.

I total'of 18 persons attending. Home Office: Columbus, Ohio
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Eleven grldders from the 55- but If anywhere around he'll for a long season. "lie needs guard In the spring.- At 5-7 DEAX JOHNS held-his 01In ball squad next jear. One that

member 1968 junior varsity be in on the tackle, the coach summer work on weights very and 180 Harris could see considerable a fight with senior :Mike! :Norman would be capable of bettering
xnuad have moved up to the says. badly," Coach Hurse stated. action next fall, Hurse for the quarterback slot 1968's 7-3 record would not

r r j jH4 Big .Red varsity at BradfordHigh. MIKE MAC'worked well in Another player who had a good says. in the spring. According to be a surpirse, he has said.
Tornado line in train-
spring spring after being switched to JERRY LEE was a pleasant Nurse, Johns reads the option But the BIIS coach is dis-
These promoted Jpla'ers ing.the He JV was squad a defensive In 1968 tackleon but center is ERICK TOMUXSON.At : :: surprise in the spring. Big at well and has improved his passing appointed so far this summer

must come through for the Tornado at 5-11 and 190 pounds he will 5-9 and 160 pounds, Tom- 5-11 and 215 pounds, Lee showed lie still needs work on with participation in the
varsity in 1969 or BUS be switched to offensive guard linson is expected to play a much improvement and worked the passing this summer, Hurse weight training program. "If
hard at offensive tackle in the states, as does :Norman. this attitude prevails 1969 could
wit 1 face a long and rough season lot of football.
and defensive end this
a post "
:f turn out to be a rough ,
: !' coach David Hurse says. fall. Tomlinson Is one of BUS' spring "If he continues to work year
The players are Brant Turner, better defensive guards right hard Lee could turn out to bea Johns saw very little defensive the BUS mentor states.

f"ll'-1 Wayne Bennett, Lavern Outlaw, UTacy could be a starter, now, Hurse says. good football player," the action in the spring, but "You don't become
1S ........ Marty: ; :Meng, Erick Tomlinson, Hurse states, on the '69 eleven.At BOBBY CHESSER is an experienced coach sajs. Hurse thinks of did a fine job at defensive football player a championship by skiing
Bobby Chesser, Gene Harris, any rate he Is counted on center. At 5-9 and Lee as "another big boy who safety; when he got to play swimming, and sitting -
Jerry Lee. Robert Paterson, to play a lot of football. 180 pounds Chesser could, witha could work his way Into a big there, the coach sa 's. The jour behind. While its good on to
:Mike Macy and Dean Johns. lot of hard work over the offensive line next jear." That quarterback could be counted on have time to relax should
1 1t The Kingsley Lake youngster !summer' Play ball next:: fall and lineill average over 200 to play a safety spot next fall, also take time toimprovejourself you -
All will be juniors in the fall possesses a good attitude should prove. a help to the team.GE"E pounds. to be a champion, if this
(1 and Is a hard worker, the coach ROBERT PATERSON a 5-9 "
of 1969. "Dean can to lot is jour desire, Hurse
a JI expect see a sajs.
Il For thes e aspiring gridders states. Macy needs work over HARRIS showed goodImpro.ement 140 pound halfback, started the of action at quarterback next
the to tne at offensive spring "looking real good."
summer develop
to develop into the caliber of year and could well be the Players working consistently,
I' ( and endurance he needs strong guard and defensive But after two weeks Paterson
who can make and stick strength the coach
I t player starter, Coach Hurse states. says, are Tim Mur-
injured his neck
r' with a tough varsity squad at for the last six and was out Looking over his prospects phey, Dale Johns, Dean Johns,
'", Bradford, they must work over : weeks. Coach Hurse has said all springhe Bill Ruby, Tomm,< Eiland, and
t the summer to gain strength and But the gridder "showedgood expects to have a tough foot- Jim Shiiford.NOW .

Gil of endurance, the Head Tornado promise while there and despite -
emphasized over and over as
his size could see con-
he ran through the list of the siderable action next fall,"

pla\ers. Hurse states. The coach: describes iE XITI1JLOIUTLET1Iv
Paterson as a "tough"
The first four TURNER: : football plaer.About .
:MENG. are all split ends. E
Turner has good speed; he has

run the 100- 'ard dash in 10.6. E -JIN t II- ,ll'II. >* \f III IO\\N US VMh |
While speed Is his biggest asset -

Top BHS AthleteMark 140,gridder Coach Hurse is not says strong., the Tur-5-8 i. LOWEST PRICES IN OWN

ner Is an example, Hurse says,
of a player who could benefit

: Graudons, ab
huge; trophy he hold It will\ rrmaln at Bradford High forever regularly working outiih
weights and running.
signify|Inll'( Graudons: is the outstanding BUS athlete of 196869. Ask

Turner Is slated to see action Percale Bed Sheets No-Iron Sheets
The baseball and basketball player (INn: he doesn't pla' foot- at defensive safety and, Charley.E. r t'{ I
ball) ,,11alo\ receive a !smaller trophy; for his own. right now It looks, Hurse says, stu' Isla' JAM 25
?1.50i ) FLORAL
as if he'll play more defense t\ r TiEG .
Tall quiet and than offense. One Didn't Get VI t0E TO SELL FOR *V 5
unassuming, the top BUS athlete was the This Big Away
only winning pltrher on the BITS! baseball team In 1968 and Johns I. t IEADJPirk hl.'.. .
Bennett is the quickest boy
the team's only' inn hitter. He was 3-2;! and hit 312. Bpart! TOWELS t V.iH| llx Tons MRlr SHEETSIFLAT
on the football squad but also Young Steve Nnegel: boated this 10 pound ll'j' ounce bass
Vl.irt To
n I I' ad! u Sell For
one of the smallest. At 5-8 all b> himself Sunday. The bov'i father, Leonard Noegel, This Question_ : $300
He Has named the lies! defensive pltv"r on the 1968!> basket he tips the scales at 125 pounds. 11.M: TO tI:2.93 -
said his son turned pale when he saw the big fish but the onl Fin-It, )
hall team tabbed one of the best BUS furs in vpars. The team But the little speedster has >t When leaving on vacation, I''" .il I. rOTTO\: | WHITEIFITTED
established a 15-S record and iraudnns was also one of four also done a hundred :yards In help he received war when the senior :Noegel netted the catch. stop all home deliveriesand 9c KMUKOIDKRKD8TOC' : :

starters who scored in double figures 10.6. :Mrs. Noegvl boated an R'i pounder 01 the same trip, thet(1 leave the hcme as normal OUR RICE 5400
fish coming about 45: mlnutos apart. Both were caught on ., ti +rr. :- _\Vhltf fnlor l Print.t <
small, Bennett has a looking as possible so
He I 14 the son of :Mr. ard :Mrs Bill\ Graudons. :Mark lettered In "Though black eels '
lot of guts. He could possibly us net to invite burglaryotify !{t 4b: TOWELS
baseball as a freshman and now owns three baseball letters. WASH CLOTHS BED PILLOWS
defensive starter, Hurse \ the police to check
He basketball 1 sophomore and lettered In that be a ( F \CI1 Sl.OO Doz. KSuper.$1.39
played as a sport coach cites Ben- 15 SoltP"STS
The : ab! -
states. Horse Race Winners your home during your
for the first time this attitude and
year nett tor hiS good t
sence. We invite yen to BATH MATS
He'll be around again next :year.package hard work. .)gfH | THROW
stop at the Charley E. V OHTF.D COI.OiW:
Outlaw, 5-8 and 130 pounds, Winners of 15 quarter horss 9'' 300 yard'! -Betsy. oared hv Johns Agency to check for Il W I I 'rf Made To Sell For H RUGS
Ken Manning! ridden! by Rodney : o:! f t2.9
I r .' had a pretty good spring at faces held weekly at the Starke adequate insurance coverage -
Grlffl" Second S.rnny. 89C
Florida BanK defensive safety, the posthe will Raceway on SR100outh of owned: by Robert: Jordan ridden! : for vacation risks. J0nly$1 5(

(EA Changes Hours probably see most action at this Starke are: by the owner. 59C)

fall. He could posslblely; develop 101' 220 yards -P.UW. ownedby Charley E.
into a running back, Coach 1' 230 'ard-SJnn:; Grffn'qAppache : : Robert: Jordan, ridden by 'I Work Clothes $2.00 A SgiU,

Florida I Bank of Starke hasannounced Hurse sas.Meng Second. ridden:Iobrt by: Von Jordan'sSonny Preocott. Cindy Jordan: : Second: Pinto JOHNS AGENCY : TiiT Reg. $2.00 Suit Now SI.49
It will l change some of Joe. owned by Eddie'! Starling!, ev.b .Mr" saki t 11)iN) i ORS\\p SIZF<
of familyprotection. its hours beginning July' 12. : 5-6 and 125 pounds, rldde-i by the ov!Her. ctrl _
Our high turned out to be one of the 2300 yard!*- Den Manning's: ridden by Van Prscott, 131 So. Walnut St. Bath Towels 35c cc. mite

value, economical that the bank toughest players in the spring Betsy. Second: place Tom: Hi' 300 yards-Scooter: ovvnel Phone 961-5070 Beach
Beginning on day Towels 77c
and ridden! : bv Edward Adkins.
Coach Hurse sa 's Reames'
Protector will be open :Monday' through program, Gold, ridden by Vai
Family ,
end and defensive Seecnd: -Appache. own by Sonny : -'
at split
Used Prescott - -
9 1:30 - - - -
fro.n to
See me today. Friday a.m. : lacks speed Griffin ridden by Van Press
p.m. and from 4 to 6 p.m. safety, he 31' 220 yard J?'? StlnII'QCome
on Friday. The bank has beenopen O'l: Sforg. ridden by Deal cott.
from 9 to 12 on Wednesday Brown Second-Mr. Ba!"' Star, 12'' 2'0; yard'-PeK owned tiy
and from 9 to 12 on Sat- Duplicate Bridge ridden by Danny Bass: Eddie\: Starling, ridden by Kim:
'" Prescott.: Sf'condI1obb! owned :- WIN A
The majTltyof
urday. : Club In Action
and ridden by Donald Net-
business Is now on a 4'' 250 yard1 Eclclt!? Starling's

4r five day week and about: Tuesday night. June 24. at the Pete. ridden by Kim Pre=cstt.Second ties. r
95 percent of the banks! are now Pratt Street Recreation Center Adro: :Brown'Lighrn: : Feature Rnrrs! BRAND NEW $229.95ZIGZAG
Ij on a five-day week," S. L. Starke Duplicate! Bridge Ing, ridden by Dean B.-own. 13'' 300 'Al'dFh' Red. owned
Peek Jr., bank president, said. the 5"" 300 nl'chSe'e: Brown's! and ridden by Van Fr:?.?ntt.
Club had 6'4 tables(! in play.
f f
East-West winners were Jenkins Cracker, ridden by the owner; Second-Blaring:: Jot. owned by I I I
He added that It would allow and Sanders with a score Second Leo Thornton's: Big Moon\ Le-lel'. ridden by Rodney: SEWING MACHINE

the employees to have more of 56; Mr. and Mrs. Fender John! ridden by Marion Thorn- Grlffls.14i: .
time to spe with'their\ tam- were second with: 53 :-J:>rt I' ton. \ 220 'a"cI"-B1I1" Du Bars, Work this Contest and
Win Prizes!!!
MERRITTWILLIAMS flies South: winners were Hamilton 6'' 220 11I'd.-Rtl.t, owned: by owned by Chuck Jay. ridden:" by
-. and Baldwin" with a score of 61; Meiriil: Griff! :*. ridden by! Rodney :: Greg. OVER $5.000 IN PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY
finished GrlffU.:; Second:" Penny Jjl: > 2"0; yard: -Star, owned b\ (do Merchandise Certificates',
Odom-Mlller team ENTER THIS
:NOT 1C H with of 60. Over owned by Robert Jordan ridden Adro Brown ridden b.Dean 1ST PRIZE iT>
second a score
117.I N. Walnut I Street To whom It may ccncsrn: all winners were Jenkins andy by Oreo Jordan. Drown Seond' : -B.ll Due Bars
PHONE 9C1-53M! I am not responsible: ; for a":: Sanders. 7> 250 f) 'al'ds-Daz Mae owned owned by Chuck Jay ridden by ii 1 1ST PRIZE

p. .aiois of Charles L, Jenkln blll-: ,. The Bridge Club meets every by Mi. Bass, ridden by Danny : : : Van P-e: =cott. \
STATE FARM ,.... Alice \V. Jenkins: Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. The public Ba's' Approximately! 4"0 pcron t A Brand New $ 993
.j attended fie) races Sunday to
Mutual'automobile'Insurtncfl 4tp: 7-2::4 DRESSMAKER ZIGZAG
Nome. Officn lloomlniton,llllnon Company, ...... Is invited. fl- 300 l1'ds-Pete.' owned\ by watch 40 horses race, ,;.swum"
Eddie Starling ridden by Kim Quarter horse rcarc' !iM t Sewing Machine

Prescott. Second-Apac1! ?. owned each Sunday at :.1 r.m. at the
by Sonny Griffin! ridden by raceway south of Starke on SR. \ ; 2ND PRIZES

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YOU- RE5P0\siBILiTt'-;:- = J Early Hampton Churches I'

HZA\"E'i'! ,,1, I

\\, By Mrs. D.E. Hill .
\ U dlfillH.UPY .

CHURCHES HERE SINCE' 7'Os now owned by the Arnold Haddocks report, went to Sunday S:.

.) at the Baptist Church: in a
Two Houses NeededEvidently Hamptsni Methodist, Baptistand During the first 20 or mOl'eyears morning, to Sunday School '

Christian churches: beganIn of this century, more ot the Christian Church in U. .
I r' /, f the 1870'j or 80s the Methodist the churches had services every
afternoon Mondayevenir.j
the handwriting on When the traditional ; on :
seeing of government. along where the cemewryla Sunday, and each congergation League for
the wall, and always quick to changehis checks and balances afforded by a two- at the east end of town, the visited! the other churches on the young was people Epwcrth:at the Methodist -

position with any shift in the tide house system are reduced, the work of Baptist; at the Santa Fe cemetery the Sunday they were In session Church, and "everybcdy"

of public opinion, Governor Kirk has special interest groups becomes much at Hampton Lake, and the went Another week night was

withdrawn support from his threat to easier. // Christian Church In its present Christian Endeavor at the Christian
location The Methodist Church build-
circulate petitions asking Flol'ida'ot- Church.
Ing was empty for many )'e.11'5.then ,
ers to call an election on the question ofa "It stands to reason when they have The Baptist: Church body tern down a few years ;

unicameral (one house) legislaturefor only one house to influence, the chancesof 1 built its present structure in ago. Both: the Christian Curcli: : It's hard to say if Sunday .

Florida. their pet projects becoming law are __ :; 1891, and moved in from the and Baptist Church buildings "blue laws" were: written, but

greatly enhanced," says Sen. Bafalis. 1 lake area; the Christian Church: have had extensive remodellingwork there was a strict observanceof

It didn't take the Governor long to "Of course, the vast majority of citi- building standing today was : and renovating done:: but Sunday On one occasion,
probably built a few yeans the main auditorium frameworkof the, story gees, a man from
find out that this was an unpopularmove zens would not be truly represented.And earlier. The Methodists moved each dates back to before Fairbanks came into Hampton

not only among political leadersof it doesn't take a political geniusto from next to the cemetery to a 1900. early Sunday morning\ thinkingIt

the state, but with the leadership of understand that the one-house sys- building they purchased from the was Saturday, ai'-d was startled

his own party who unanimously turned tem is made to order for the chief executive Adventists (oa the lot where The pattern of "visitlns a- to find things closed d \\"n.

thumbs down on the unicameral idea. who has thoughts of becomingthe Mrs. David Yonker lives), and round" since none of the chur- When Informed it was Sunday,

That was all that was needed by; the sole, dictatorial voice in state affairs their earlier building was torn ,ches: had services every sun- he ran for hU mule alI: wagon
those special interest down. (Mrs T F. Brown says day, was continued Into the 30'". in a hurry to get out of town
Governor who can change positions as He, like
lumber from this building was Ycung people took advantage, before anyone saw him tryingto !
quickly and easily as he changes his groups, would have only one house to used to build the Saxon home, too, of this! and according to one da; flopping: on a Sunday.

pin-striped suits control.1' ,,A. .


Charles R. Hagan, in an article published We agree with the Senator that If it and Larry shopping.Joe and Bobby Douglas 0llllrlal1e1's

by the Journal of Public Law, should be determined, after careful We all look forward to a pleasant Fourth of Julyweekend. THERESSA of Lake Butler are spendingthis .;

notes that the only state now operating study: that Florida's legislative system It can IIP for those" vho read this editorial week with their sister and

under the one-house system Nebraska needs to be altered, that alteration carefully and benefit from it. By; Dorothy Mill brother In law, Mr. and write
in the form of reducing the Mrs. Doley Mersey.
has done so with a non-partisan should come Phone 473-4318
assembly. In other words, there are no membership in both the House of Representatives More than 1.7 million American hate died in banquet Among last those Friday attending evening the at Dear Editor:

party lables Republican, Democrat and the Senate. In this automobile accident "since 1906. *> lieu the Federal the Holiday Inn InStarkehonor- :My wife and I are search-

liberal conservative, or otherwise attached way, we could still maintain the checks poveriiiiieiit !tarted keeping automobile accident HOPE BAPTIST School CHL'RCHSunday 10 : Morning Ins Claw Electric Co-Op employees ing for a place to retire, and
balances of the two-house system, a.m.; who have recently com- we believe the place will be
to candidates' names on the and record This Union
d..allilolilhall that Worship Training ,
represent a higher pleted linemen's and first aid Bradford County. Let me tell
ballot.If preserve our two-party system, of all 1 fi-30: D.m.t Evening Worship 7: the main reason for this.
of the
nation- *\al't'Sil1ct' 1930 more than courses were :\11'. and Mrs. you
15 Wednesday evening Prayeraervnce
a money. ;
79 million other) have been ;: 7:30 with choir Bill Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. The people are absolutely
!! injured by ears. prac-
this came to pass in Florida, it tice afterward :Merle Packham, Jr., Mr. and wonderful.

would mean the death of our two-party It is nothing short of ridiculous for More than S50: million annually hag been invested Mrs. Percy Sullivan, Jr., and :My wife and I were just drivIng -

system which is only now beginning to Dade County to be represented by a ; PERSONALS :\11'. and Mrs. Elbert Hersey.Mr. through your count}* and we
by industry" to educate the public on traffic and :Mrs. R. :M. Her- 100
were going Highway
function in the state and has been delegation of more than thirty Senatorsand Friends of :Mrs. Helen Her- Jr and Mark Sunday
sey spent I
safety.However. towards Keystone Heights.
welcomed strengthening the checks Representatives when a third or sey will be glad to know that
as! at St. Augustine.
had a blowout and hit the ditch.A .
she has returned to her home
and balances in our form of govern- even less of that number could do a the real answer" i is up to each individual.The after spending some time at Sunday visitors of :\11'. and young man happened by about
ment. better and more efficient job for thestate's Bradford Mrs. L.K. Childs were her son this time. My wife and I were
tremendous loss of life and nuit bereversed. County Hospital.
largest county. property Ronnie Mundorff of Starke and daughter In law, Mr. shaken up a bit and this young

The time to start i i.. on thi- Fourth of July .. Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Taylor of High fellow took everything in his
Senator L. A. (Skip) Bafalis points
Springs. hands changed tire, talk-
week-end and continue throughout the and !Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan. my
/out that the danger of special interest Reduce the size of the Legislature, if > eur.We Mr. and Mrs. Visiting Mr. and :Mrs. JamesD. ed to the wife and me to calmus
A. s inuas
gruups virtually. taking over state necessary but do not destroy the vital all J..lInIhf' ruleof the .uad-uh. them. left Saturday for their> homeat Phillips for several days down -- but the main thing

government would become vastly more system of checks and balances provided Lake Worth after spending last week and this week were was, he started off selling this
When we are not in condition to a'h--dlI.I! We their daughter and family, Mr. area. The advantages this area
of threat under a unicameral form"Somewhe by the traditional upper and lower a week here with Mr. and :Mrs.
a house. know what seat belt and shoulder harnesses" are L.K. Childs. and :Mrs. Gene Prandl and Tony, has and will have in the future

Mrs. R.1.: Mersey Jr. and of :Miami; and Mrs. Phillips' and how wonderful the peopleare
for then them. Al drive Be
use "a defensively.
> s '
Mark were in Jacksonvillelast sister, Mrs. Leola Simpson, in the count}.
careful : Wednesday for businessDiary and hersrranddausrhters. We didn't get this young fel

To Go"forms -- Teresa Hinson of Dade City low's name, but we blievehe
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and Beverly Cunio of Miami.On told us that he worked for

Sunday, Miss Hinson's par- the county in the civil Defense
FarmersBased ents, Mr. and :Mrs. John Hin- department. One thing -- he
A place to go and ue with friends.A of entertainment with which you son, visited, and Misses Hinton was a big man.

place to tape jour jja-l on a coke are less than pleased ? and fnnlo rphirnprt with The bad thing about the whole

date. A place to listen to music, to on weather forecasts them to Dade City The Phil- deal was that this j oung man got
lips' and their visited off before we could thank him.
read, dance to a JUKe bOX tune, watch You may not have read your son or several weeks ago we wrote trouble was most l likely causedby guests
Mr. and :Mrs Bill Phillips and \Ve are looking forward to
'.l''t. or play pool. daughter's name in the newspaper after that this section was In for ticks. She removed the tick, Billy Middleburg: Monday being In the part of the country

he's been hauled into county court for some typical summer showe1'sdailY treated the puncture wounds, A family gathering honoring again.

That's what our teenagers do not possession of an alcoholic beverage, or and a rainy period. With and and 24 hours later the pup was Sgt. and Mrs. Dwight Herseywas Sincerely,
some similar charge but who knows that the showers: stopped L I up and around again, though held Sunday at the home of Joseph P. Staats
have. in the month of June we had weak and wobbly. "
what next week will bring? only about 25 per cent of the "Mr. and Irs. Clyde Hersey Princeton 111.
Sgt. Hersey, U.S. Army has
Parents, have you stopped to think average of rain we usually get We had seen hogs affected In just completed special train- (Editor's note: From the

that your teenager can go tor a ride We continue to hear complaints that In that month And.to make about the same way and Ing and is spending a furlough above description, we surmised -
things worse, last week we had thought it was caused! by a deficiency that the man"
in the family car, taKe in a movie, go there is nothing for teenagers to do in had Hy am1'Gan'e: here before -assignment in "young referred -
a prolonged: heat wave that so frankly the removal to was Bradford County's
about 30 Those
have clone days. presentto
local our county, yet we nothingto
to a cirive-in me at mgnt and
people hunting the shade. of ticks did not seem to be :a welcome him home were director of Civil Defense Frank
parK in some lexer's lane!: but he can't change things.::! good cure. However seeing Is Mr. and Mrs. Donald Herseyof \Williams. A quick check by

go to a teen center wnere activities are This week, with the July 4th at night. It 13 an annual affair believing! and the puppy is apparently Palatka; Mr. and :Mrs David telephone confirmed .that we

provided to pass his time, where the Our recreation director is ready and holiday coming up, we're gains: : staged for: the benefit of the local on the mend Brannen of Lake City; :Mr. were correct. We hope that

atmosphere is relaxed and informal, willing to act. The old armory is pretty to stick our necks out and predict fire department. And nearer, and :Mrs. W.T. Hersey, :Mr. and Mr. and :Mrs. Staats do indeed -

and closed to all but teenagers well suited for a teen center with some it will rain on that day. there will! be a show of fireworks Now when so many peopleare :Mrs. Dewitt Hersey, Mr. and decide to retire to Brad-

improvements. Of course, it will take Basis for that guess is that it at Keystone Heights on taking to:: the water to cool Mrs. Lansin Hersey, and Mr. ford County and believe they
always rains here on the Fourth off is good time to and their will never regret their de-
Lake Geneva which will! be put a keep water and Mrs. Doley Hersey
dollars to provide pleasant and attractive -
The City of Starke has the reputa- and don't asks us why. Now on by the K. H, Volunteer Fire safey In mind by !Slaving adequate families cison.: )

tion of having one of the finest recrea- surroundings, provide supervision, let's see what the weathermandoes Department under the directionof number of life pel-servers Harold Mills Jr. visited his --

and purchase equipment. to that prediction.You've In boat before father Harold :Mills, and aunt CORRECTION
tion departments for a town of its size Fire Chief Ed Bennett. a venturing out !
in the state. Yet it doesn't,! provide for on the water. It has always :Miss Dorothy :Mills, Friday The salary of Bradford High

teenagers. That's not because the recreation What we need is some interest shownby Did you know that Bradford been a good safeguard but to- evening, enroute to his homeat School Principal Ralph Diggs
all heard about plant- Atlantic Beach from.a printed in the June 26
day with high edition
director hasn't offered parents and teenagers themselves.A County now has a navy!II! To be speed boats roaring
help ; the According: to of The
Ing by moon. business trip in west Horida. Telegraph was Incor-
sure, it Is a small one and in on the lakes, fie
he's simply had no takers.What's a story we read one amateur dancers of rect.
accidents have multiplied
fact consists only of one mosquito
teen center could be jointly financed planter took that system ser and THINK ABOUT IT Diggs' contract for 196869is
: boat, so Admiral Jack you never
the civic iously, and went on and planted "True consists in the for $15,090, not $15,570 as
by city, county, groups::!, when someone be thrown liberty
more, our teenagers are so Trawick is not:: l likely to take to may The
and individuals. :Memberships:! to the root crops in the dark of the from the boat and be In privilege of enjoying our own Telegraph reported. /He
used to being ignored they accept it the high seas and challenge; the dangerof will receive
moon But instead of merely rights, not In the destruction of approximately
participating teenagers could be sold to naval But the boat will losing his l.fe.Here's .
without question. Ask and he'll more next when
one using the time when the moonIs the rights of others." year students
raise for equipment and entertainment carry the battle to the mosquloes ::> -
money from RJE
probably tell you his age group can in that phase this person -- Pinckard. High are transferred -
take of themselves actually planted the root; cropsat which have pestered persons honlnor we Ret som" to BHS.
care to help .
go who live on our lakes relief soon frcm the h-t weather : "' -- -
off : 4.
the night, which we'd say -\- -- .it __
younger group.
which U
burn'ng things
hand was carrying a suggestiontoo UP
Local civic searching for a
groups and "
far getting p :ople: down. List
meaningful and worthwhile project The young hound dog that i3 week Sam was 1'oa.tjnlfn! his

But the fact is, as a teenager in need look no farther. A teen center is a visiting with us came down:: Little Red Wagon In Starke

Bradford County and the City of distinct possibility. Certainly, such a Two Fourth of July celebrations with a strange attack! durlr.s! : and when he drove by the 1st

Starke, if you don't participate in athle- goal i is not out of reach if we push together are on tap in this general the week-the poor dog's hind-he Federal butldlnor! and the tem
end Just about: caved in and perature '
area. Down at Interlachen, sign was quivering: : at
tics you're. pretty much left to find
barely able to drag him-
there will be all-day was : 99 degrees, he felt as if he was
your own brand of entertainment. program self around, Alice went to
: so tooting around in rEl13gx
capped by a dis :'lay of LreworksIINLINIIIIINIIIxININNxIIIINIuNMNNN.N1,1IINN,1
Have you parents noticed lately that Will some group step forward to take : work and found out that thoNIINIINIIIIIINNINIxNINNNxNNNIN.,11111 Dutch oven r

many of your. sons and daughters find the lead ? What are we waiting for? ,

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Who's Su ing Who ? I' After Pedalling 62,000 Miles On Bike, .a. LeS# GD

\Ve thought we'd made it clear first paragraph and the headlines Henry Godwin Takes To AutoAfter

The Bradford County Commissionhas But Monday night a Telegraph reporter -

filed suit against the( Bradford was told the School Board has riding his bicycle! al. Godwin Starke route is now Rte r.vnrt Hamilton. of Snttffiorn Marino

Board of Public Instruction:, asking the been asked a number of times why It most 62,000 miles a dl'tanceequal being run by Don Etjsrly.!: a
'III 1I.1.n: !snvnI : Ill' |III Mill III' till-' Ullxlll,, "I ''I''"'
"career substitute" with the |I'C"
School Hoard to pay a proportionateshare is suing the county.It to: two and a half times I l'UIe1uUII,1( {: ItO \ IMI.NI : iniitl. lu.iil \1",," IIHI' 1'.1.' I I' tin.itt
of legal fees incurred in the recent just to show that matter around the earth Henry God Starke rostoffice. ,. .
goes no I he dnq.lllbinu'| "IIInil, It ill IIM.IImj UK; r Inn IIIIIIII m I' lil' MM (110.
timberland assessment litigation.In how careful you. are, some people are win has given up his home delivery ,. Godwin has 2 In tine! ,iml'| *. inviilvt., Killing' .1 lni.il,. ',"glI'' '.11""," Ill). '.11 .li* "|ii.ii t I.nn
> years
other words, the county i is suing goint to read just the opposite of whatwe postal route in: Starke ll.lllll lll.ll, I i- |notion|, ,Ml.Ill, 'lull .IIInlll Mlle' Ulll, I.HIM a.111u M*,!It
postal service! not
the school board. In two stories last and is behind the! wheel of an .J counting several llll.lf, Illtfllin I ,! II .In.. (II", l.llllllxi.ii \III/hall| ("III 'III"-!!"!! I.,", ,Illlllli.ii ,
write. automobile. His new Job is rural years of part-tlme employ. .1,"01 I !K'HM: 1) tt hen 'II, I II',111| tm, S "l- tint. Ia.5 111, .11"I' 'iini I151|'''i''I.ml' *.iltlv/
week we attempted to make that as Oh well, you can't win them all. Now carrier for: the Lawtey past office ment at the Lawtey post off.cs *.*.alt i iI'.lll. l.lll'H' '* toll. tlllilllil. ', .llu.l-, "III kIlll

. clear as possible. We even put it in the who did we say was Ruin who? which he started before: he off c'.allv: became a 1 \\lllll\ Mill" pan| | Illl ,Links III ,,111 .t.ll .' ,III'" 1111 .II1.l,, I.. I I'' II
officially ,
ill.. I1 IS.uuuul,11' | 10" I N ( l 11rl.eIl
I career employee. He has been lilt, '"1.1\' '.**. -.IlIlM- "llllllk 11.10. IIMM.iliiilll -
after a three-day; home delivery carrierMnce!' tlr1 ..del,, I). .Ill tail '\ both. 11.1110.. .Illl' |1'ltlllf <-> .IK. XII .Illl'
The Bradford County 1 training period. service was established in rum lill .Illfl, ll.llUl' 'lllMllll, I.\IMlliiiiiiiinuiiT 111:115' .lll.ll: III .Mil. 11 'IIH I \ I"|Jl.<.ll
.._ ... ,..h I' -.i.niil.ii'l" I'.tMili 11.1110"I I".'. .111\11'. I ';j: .I' *"f"| |*<"I"Ml I
Il.- "" Starke In 10o3.; l.ul... I aoul11. hair, ill, ",II
Instead .1 i Idug
TELEGRAPHEST.IIILISIiED of the 17 miles he imiiini 1 ; I Inr I Ii! ln i iiiiiiin|' | nl. raja
pedalled five days a week delivering ,- nod l pusanh' ,111.iulu1.uur ,In iu.lurpapl INtlllll' ,. \"'" II,./III I "\1111)' I Ml MlII.11 ,
"r :$ -, .tdtnr, | ilumi Ulll U'M' |IIn.| | HllfMIM' lllttll 01 i.|
1879 y= 0R mail: to most of residential | i I.llurlna1.P| i
: 1 i Starke: Godwin UnremarriedWidows I ", lull \,itSi'n ii i. Ulll lit' I"III, |*l Ilili'11 nil llu .IlllI
will now drive I tIc II \llll ,II"' KMIIIK' !: ul) .till .1 mini IIImi I 1'1111,1, I Mill.Ill" I I", i .III. i HIiI '
78.2 miles a day six day" a l of Vets i -'Hill' |niiiMiN ,rim lulling' \u i'J.I"' I.I MX nun' Ilailrl, I HU.IX .11..11.1..1 I | |
/7 fl itr \ week on his rural l':>ute. tk- p .' nl li.nlii., Moat. ,niiiloi, .mil !HIMI ,i. Innhol., I hit ilii, II.IM i I u ..01|, IK \
......... .::: s h.Bi&r.c. 11 -- May Get Loans ];l\r. Mimr, .llimljjlil,!: In lit, .ill ilill', t tti alai I\IS'IIlt
:; .. / ? We must work the works 01FLORIDA' Asked how he likes the switch. / 'I" ill).:,-, .mil |pIh.1I.| | ". lii.nl( I Ii \.II < 'link ,IIH, |1"1'| ii lulu. 1,111., ..M. I in

I ) BRESSASSOCfr himh() sent me.-John( Godwin replied, "It takes a lot SiT Dixon of nil turn, ldl. \"n, -.Inm, M Ii\ 'In "I'| I lir' .11101 I I III .11 MIX' \1.\1\' Jul, I
.' \ !> !) less physical= effort. :My bike the Fla. Pept, theari;) htullhrll.ul,1' I I, l 11 IIM I Ir, I Ii'" I In Mr lli.il' Inn II.IM, "ii.. }lnulnI| i in
: of Veterans ,
T ION riding kept me in good condition Affairs states that 1 III.in I hi' w, mlil' nl' llu. i.n I lir limit IIal111.ml 1, | .lli.il. ,. alas ",,"..1
Often our way nccm to be so I I will have unremarried widows of vet- alight!: I nl .Ihr '.".,,1. uuu11' ml !"-.u :.Mill,, Mop. lixlil'-: unit I |I"i"i| |\ Kn I'|i
-- blocked only because wo have guess to erans who served In WWII, -boul.l l l not" ran nl llu' ,i.m,. 11 i.i|>..nilinl !oI..1 mallnn, wu, aut.nnblh, ,
/ ) not opened" the chaiinol.s to take up some:: outside hobby to the Korean Conflict, or In the lilt .li.nlii., I In Ialh il', u IM' Ii* and, l .IMI,! nil llu. .li.nlii il il i*. I.M'41I
up keep from getting! soft" to: career employees "from the post-Korean period"since Jan 'I." 'I'lll' |tlilllll. Iri lull III.IMIMIIIII.No '''''|h| |III |ltlllll| I.1.. 'salt
our rood by actintr faithfully ranks" even though It might uary 31, 1955' ," and who died In ; in.itii uli.il. M/r .Ilii'. ,Ini.il.' IIi \ .In II |IaL' 11'; a I MM sail lit t l I.i ,III.."
on UK ideas 1 that God /Drives in. Godwin obtained his mean transferring them from service, or as a result of service i l-t HI II .In M I Ii .1 ., J.:,""I) /li.iini', ha111.. till till,, ll ll' l lh til, .till. .11, .,,,10 l |tutu|| |
E. L, \I1IIMV\S. -
"; appoint
lIit"r.I'ublhhl'r "'I' lived to meditate carefully ment under are eligible for VA I lloi. 1111'all our, .Ih.il,. ..IIltl, ,11, I lir.lllliilniilillr lll.ll, Inn.5uluIlnalullI.' ". I mull' I,
Published each Tlnif lay and entered us Second and thoujrhtl'ully/ the ivali- Law the new Postal Reform their categorical slot. Oodwin'iwas :: anteed G. I. home loans. guar- ll.mir InI '"111"| l\ (In- It'" III.Ill, Ulllliilll, ,III,.* I. .nln I Ilunlurt |l I
which the first
Class Mutter ;it the Post Olficc at Sl irJ..t'. Florida xation that Cod works thl'ulld.uDdl'r h. was deigned t appointment made 1"1", Mill die lltil rtpnlitr| norm.. Jlatelt| | | l.| t'nn ll.llll, ,
/ to take politics completely out locally under the new system.In This eligibility .mil i.in, hi"mil .. ;HM.II: dial, nl |ii.iit'* Ulll .11 I I...11II |''; lv1 i Ml If \1..1.| |
Act of Marcie l :3rd.' 1379.Hub'rrlpllon / expires July
,**. through UN ideas in our of the postal ., .
ii service. Such appointments 25, 1970. for WWII nl. .mina! Mill lill alt .1./111' n'| its I.., |1",1|
in trade area: I )rnr $:i.60; Outside m lu//. Act on I ho ideas that now are based on his now Job he succeeds widows of Korean widows with I Ihr1h11I,1. slain. Ill .. II.IMIII" 111,1! situ. I III ,N,u us' 'i i 1111I
/trail area: 1 year $5,50 Hod gives us. mid /irood results seniority and longevity with the Marvin Rosier who recently resigned erans vet- ably aright!: nil Ihr ,ll.lllll magna!: mil"i iiiiiIn, /lluiil nun i iniuil.ili ,
will materi.di/.e. postal service and as Lawtey rural carrier. having until Jan. 31, 19- (liar IHIIIIIIII, ,. nl the .ll.lllll, ,lll.ll -., "t\ .Ki II... lulu, i ash, .li.iili. i illit
are awarded 75 .
PAGE use their entitlement .,11,111 her, .In llu .i.II, II sliiinlil, hi' n arty I Ia" al| %IHI'
JULY 3, 1969

I" Ii



Colored Citizens
.- .. r.

u Chapter 168 will not meet
tonight (Thursday) because of t #A U Ua
the 4th of July. The next meet-
Ing will be held on the third o 0

Thursday night. Ii ''I' ,
'" I I .
Ebenezer Baptist Church, ;
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sun

day vice 6:30.: School, 10:45.Music, 9:45.Evening will MornlngSer-be Service furnished kvrra k' ""- $ E E P 5 TA K E 5 THIRD PRIZE -

by the Junior Bible Study :1!JI 11.S'A', $2.000 I IN CASH

each Tuesday night. ,
Greater Bethlehem Free Will /
Baptist! Church, Rev. Jasper .. $10 00000 ; FOURTH PRIZE -
tVilliams.pastor. Revival ser- $3 00000 $100.00 IN CASH
vices started Monday night with I 1 :" 1rlE SO WINNERS
Rev. G. G. McArthur as evang- -- l'f FIFTH PRIZE -
elist. The public is invited to ti 7t pIP'I I N CAS H $50.00 I IN CASH
attend each night at 8. Sat- O D STOa Tj '
urday night dinners will be sold I N CASH 100 WINNERS

from the kitchen. Regular ser-
vices will be held Sunday.Mt.
Pisgah AMEChurch,Rev.
George Young pastor. Sunday ALL' STORES
School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship No. 2-1/2 Con VAN CAMP PORK 11-aa.TROPICAL GRAPE

6:30.: at 11. Evening Service Beans : 4/$ 1. Jelly 3/l.

Greater Allen Chapel AME . . . CLOSED
Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson: 32-ei.ASTORCooking
Sunday School 10 a.
m. Morning Wo.-Ship' 11. Oil Mustard. *
39 10 I
6 Love p.m.Feast. Holy Communion, . JULY 4th

The sick members will ap- 48-Cf.TETLEYTea 32-0. DEE SOUTH SLICED HAMBURGER Dill

preciate get well cards from STOCK-UP NOW FOR THE
members and friends. Thoseon Bags..39 Pickles 39
the sick list are Mrs. Ann- . .
ie Randolph Joe :Morris, Mrs. 20-Lb.. LONG WEEK-END AHEAD
Mary Bennett, and Oston Ma-

hone In the Mrs.Bradford Louise County Broz- Charcoal. 89* Towels .4/ 12-Pk. 12-0*. No N.turaRoHI.PISCHER'S$1. .
Hospital. . . .
ton is convalescing at home. $ 59Cocktail

or nO'WE 19* Foil 29* or . .

.11Eotice under the pro"Is. . . f . Ot. BLUE. WHITE or COLD WATER. A..OW..Umlt. 1 Detergent of choice w/SS. or more purchase ..c!. cigi.
Ions of Chapter 20.P53 LaWR of 12-01.THRIFTY MAID Va Pak OR W.K. 18-e. CRACKIN' GOOD OLD FASHION
Florida.with AeU the of Clerk 19U.of will the Ctr-register DETERGENT <
Corn 49
! In and for Bradford 101. Cookies 39
proof cult Court ofFpuh1 catlonnof tnlatnot .. . . .

fcUtlo"f'! name ot Earl's 1-.Pk.. DIXIE DARLINO HAMBURGER. OR WIENER DRIVf..Limit Detergent of choice w/SS.or more .purchase excluding cigarettei
Garage wllich 1 am enjf; g'6d
A.In C.bu.tn..s lldcllfoton at ,Starke nt. 2.,nx FI"rld.-222.StArke. Drinls..15/I.( Buns.23* DETERGENT. *
Florida,, sole O\'lIer.: June 59
thus l th day of
Dated Starke Bradford . .
County 6Flat! 28-01. No Return Bottles CHEK DIXII DARLING. BARBQUSBread
SoU U 7.7In .,-.. DEEP SOUTH..Limit' I M..h.' '.. w/S.or more purthas..RLludinl. cigarette*
Drinks /$1 2/49*

The Circuit Court Of Florid". . . MAYONNAISE 39<

For Bradford Co.Ollt OR BUTTERNUT CANDY . .

Case,. _LOtIFE1cKERS vs-Nn.A !no'"ILBtR. VJC1'Plaintiff ::.. Bars 5$1.Bread ..-...29* -23* 32-o. KRAFT..Limit 1 Mayonnoite your choice w/53.00 or more purchate excluding clgerelte*

ERs A'IEnF.DoTTC'F.Defendant: OF ''''IT . *
Post OttlN' Box: 723C"lI..pe SMALL ALL FLAVORS ROYAL
: park. 1ar\"ll\n" 20740 that Danish . .
H..rehoootlrl.d: Ring
You action Are for a divorce: ,'ust""yof Gelatin 10* PINEBREEZE OR. 'A' FRESH FLA.All WHITE
an the partin' ('hlld. PI'llntlft.sattorn. costA of . .
and and
this Bult filed) to agalnBt be pa Id. )'by 0\.1 and. you ha"b..n of MEDIUM EGGS 3 DOZ $1

are your required written' to def T.serve<-n.es.DOUlllaS a If COpy,any At.dressyIs ., Ellfll.lE.1
to It on Barton wh"oe 1\'"
post DrnaerI2 8
Oaln"'lI\e\ Flnrl"l32Rnl, andfile ASTOR ALL GRINDSCOFFEE
the orlllinal with the Clerk _.
'" syl"" Court you
he fore July 14 l1t.9! : and If r

fall tG'111b.d"\ .0. a taken DefanlL a"Aln.t Judg you FRESH PRODUCE
for Complaint the relief and demanded thereafter In saId the S ;;,; I

will proceed Ex parte -j
cause Witness. my hand all,1 the seal .P .bWl. GEORGIA. RED SWEET A JUICY

Junes' Ad Court. D. on"this>>. tthStarke '

Florida Limit 1 of your choice with $5.00 order excluding cigareettes ,..t". .. EACHES..5 ,... $1.
(SF\L: ) I.
Charles PJyrircu\t'' \ Court >- /
In A'and Clp'k for Bradford County N FOLGER'S All GrindsCoffee (t:+ /,
Florida. ",oodyAB ./ -- WATERMELONS EA 79'
B :DeputyhClerk 8.12 4t 7.3 ;:;.59; WASHINGTON STATE EXTRA FANCY RED

la For Bradfnnl&5 ("'onrt., Flor'Idi 1ftAnti I 7; Lai LB BIND CHERRIES '49*

" NOTICE. i:1 Tr'n 'DiTOR.,! LLS.
\\lliferfl.0 :
At of 3/$1.
creditorS! died a resident on October of .Brnd 31. Ty ?+s .,f
notl- *
ford County. required, to >
fled that they are that
demands *
file any claims Gr hH Es'
they may hnve agnln"t of the County ; PERSIANLIMES..1249
tate In the office t2nunty Floe .
Judge of Bradford LARGE JUICY
Ida In the. C11ithinusixatcalendarFlorida the date ? key 99 *
m"nthB N"tI'e.
of this
flr"t publication," moat be .
Each dupllcnte e
and riled In e WHITE SEEDLESS
In writing pla't of residence
and must and state post office meat address he *
of the claimant:\ : and hiS GRAPES. 39
sworn to by attornE'r.the; claimant or It will. . . ,..
agent or, hts a'cfJrllnIP to laW.Dated SWIFT PREMIUM CANNEDHAMS
become 'old the 12th d..y of June, LARGE FRESH HEADS

D. 1969, *
A's Iota Little Brown BRO\VN::. Executrix CABBAGE..2HADS39
tOLA of the Estate of JosephineR'IIitame


o. Box. 1010Starke .. 320l1!
1'xecutrllC' CAN
AttorneY for June 19,
1969.First publication 6-19 4t 7.10In CREAM
PiES. 4/$1.
County .,...!orP'R rents.ora .
Ouarti .
And For
Ida.In r.: T.atnte of. JOSEPHINE Quantity Rights Reserved,..Prices Good All Week Wednesday thru Wednesday, July 2-9 TOPPING I
n erlNOTICR 2/l.
T41LT.lAttd.: : OF'drrr pTOnATE FI.ORlDATn : MEAT DEPT SPECIALS . . .
TILT: l\i\1-r} OF Interested InThaRstateOf 100. FROZEN SLICED STRAWBERRIES.
Abo'e.OOamedD :

*You redent are: nntlfled' '.. ',.p'Jriln a* written to be. BOB . . 4/l.
Ins'r of the decedent. has : 6-0.. tlHY'S LIMEADE
the last Will Probate. In SLICED ORLEMONADE
been admitted to BACON 69
this! Court.You are ..-.mnndod within PKG. 8/$1.
'At"dAr, months from the of . .
date of the In this S-Lb. Poly Bog FROZEN FRENCH FRY

Court Sthl* why anti:; ShO the W onii-Artlun AI'pear the... Jf Will; 1'thisCourt ''to.' SIRLOIN POTATOES 79<

"rohate In should admitting not stand unto STEAK T . . .

TheroCountynJudgerSBAT.t W-D BRAND LAN..PIu. IOO Fr.o Stamp wcvuponGROUND
THO\: \ I PTrnr-r.: Pierce . .
tlenren I1.
By 01':0"0: : 1f. PTERCEP.0. : BEEF. 52
J"'IrAWt'r 1x10Starke
Flnrlda, 32091Attnrnry . .

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CatsuP:1: .o Paper Plates ,
::1 I w/Broth 1 1 1 1
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NEWS\ ABOUT }j" -< .>.t. '." .v>" : !
For Leo J ;>
A. WoodAt : '
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--ffff sScSe rSSf Starke Leo ,Albert died Friday Woods,, June 37, 27 of, 1MJIlfi ? rr/iJd. '(1J1lIff JlJif : 'i) < .

Army Private First Class John in a local hospital after a brief Jtf/tr/ (! f

W. Kight. 20. son of Mrs. Tobie illness. He was born in Starkeon ,,

O'Neal. Starke. was assigned March 2, 1932, the son of ...."';-"' "'.{'<": t.<.'<. ,..... ... .'''. "..(. ':.,M: ..',
May 23 to the 4t'i' Infantry Division the late Jesse and Mamie :Mer-\ '''''',., >
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naer Pleiku, Vietnam, as son Woods. lie was a memberof I
a cannoneer. the :Methodist Church. ..
His father John B. Right Surviving are his wife, Ethel, KVERGREZN
lives at 313 Spring St. Green of Starke; one brother Lester BAPTIST
Cove Starke; two sisters, CHURCH OF JESUS PRESBYTERIAN
Springs. Mrs. Irene Griff, Lawtey, and CHURCH OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS CHRIST Sunday School. 10 a.mMot'ri' ,- SuMday# : Bible Study 10 a. m.; Sunday School!, 10 a.m.: MornIng Sunday School 9:45: a. m.

Airman First Class Daniel W. :Mrs.\ Odessa Griffis, Lake But- Sunday School 10 a.m.. 416 East Call St. log Worship 11:15.: Sunday' Hor'ntng Worship and Communion Worship, 11 a. m.; Evening Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Youth

Daiiffherty. son of :Mr,. and Mrs. ler. Worship Service 11 a. m. Sunday. Priesthood Night: service 8:30.: Highway Service 11 a m. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m.; Prayer: Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir Practice
C. E. Daugherty of Rr 2., Starke, funeral services! were held Evening Service. 7 p.m. a.m. Sunday School. 8:30: 15. northwest of Lawtey.-Hey. ,'wvioes, 6:00.: Meeting 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday Wednesday 8 p. m.
has graduated at Sheppard AFB, at 3 p.m. Sunday' in Brown Tuesday< Night Cottage Prayer ment, 11:15.Monday: 10. Sacra a. L. Bennett paator. Wednesday! Worship senrioa 7 -Rev. J. C. Hesteis pastor Rev.. Robert D. Burch
Tex from the training course Cemetery with Rev II. B. Meeting. f. ni. Minister Jack P. Ball
tot communications equipment Humphrey officiating. Inter- Thursday\ Night Prayer :Meeting Tuesday- Primary. 4:30: p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL;
repairmen. ment was in charge of DeWitt In church. 7:3: p.m. MIA. 7:30: p.m. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning NORTHSIDE BAPTIST S\JI1&aY-9:45: a. m. Sunday K1NGSLEV: LAKE BAPTIST

Airman Daugherty a graduateof C. Jones Funeral Home. Youth Services. Friday:! nlcbt 7:30:Wednesday Relief Society, Worship 11 a. m. Pre-Sr- CHURCH School 11:00:: a. m. Morning CHURCH
Bradford High School Is being 7:30: p.m. p.m. vices (Booster Band. Young Schedule of service: Sunday. Worship 6:00: p. m Training Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Training
assigned to Elgin AFB. for Parcel Post Ivy Luke. Pastor' -Dean Hansen People, and Prayer Service). &. School. 9:45: a. m. Morning Wore Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- Union 10:15: a.m. Morning)
duty with the Tactical Air Ca. Branch President p. m. Evening Worship 7 p. m shf! ,p. 10:45: a. m. Training. Union ) atlp. Worship 11 a. m. Evening Wor-
mmand. Weight Limit Sll"RSUSSIOSR: ; \' Midweek Sea-vice. Wednesday ., 6:45: :>> p. m. Evening Service. Wednesday::3U Pn.'el' Ser hJr 7:30: .p. m. Mld-week Prayer "

..- BAPTIST CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowen, D. D. 7'i5.:;: Mid-Week Prayer Service. vices, 1st :and 3rd Wednesday Service Wednesday 7:30: p.
Raised July 1 b33 W. Pratt: St. Sunday services BAPTIST MISSIONU. putor. Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. night-1:00: p. m. Family night. m. Come let. us worship together.
PFC Jon Adkin"! who e : Sunday: ; School. 10 a. m S. 301 North behind Ta* -
wit:!. Linda lives: on Route 1, Preaching: 11 a. m. Training tee Freez Drive In. Sunday .
Law'ley, has been assigned!! to Effective July 1. the parcel L'nicn.; j.43; p. m. Evening Worship School. 10 a.m. Worship Ser 'S-:
C3:> B. 1st Bn.. 8Jnd::! A-tilleiy: : post weight limit was raised to 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. vice. 11 a.m. and 7 pm. Prayer ::
Americfl: Dhi-lon: : : In Vietnamas 40 pounds fcr shipments -Elder >>
between: A. O. Flynn,, pastor Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. +
a cannoneer.Cpl. :::: first t class post offices, Postmaster -Leroy Olive pastor; E. L. i titi
T. C. Hazen Jr. announced Sf. :Marks Episcopal Crtffis. associate. pastor.
John D. Lewis, son of today. Sunday Services THE JOY OF
:Mr. and Sirs; Erlear: M. Lewisof The maximum parcel post 8:30: a.m. Holy> Eucharist EVERGREEN BAPTIST
Br:>ok r. has been assignedto weight limit! was increased 10 a.m. Church! School 1
the !2nd' Aitilleiy near Plei- from 30 pounds on shipments between 11 a.m. Family!] Service Lawtey.Highway_125. 'Nc21hwut ?( #{ SHARINGThere a,
ku Vietnam as an as.lstant l the larger post offices in Holy Eucharist: : 1st and 3rd Sunday School 10 a.n1. k
gunner. His wife Barbara, l.vss the third through eighth parcel Sundays; : :>r.1 ng Prayer 2nd Morning Worship, 11:15.: Sun, +
day Night Service
and 4th 630Rev.: < :{:=
near Alachua. post zones (more than 150 Sundays. p :
R. L. Bennett pastor. y, \ i;* pleasure in...
miles i, Hazen said. ::
PFC Robert> W. Rauhrson> On packages sent locally and f::: >!'fr.j;: thir.tith: otho! '.. ::
son ofIr.: end :Mrs to offices in parcel CHURCH; ; OK GOD belof'Jii.u! :
Joseph post zones highway 100-A!) : It i-ia\! : at rfpictiiie ':{:
Rau! r!on> of Breaker>l hay been one and two the ceiling Ms 422 N St. Clair St.. Stwke. :. ::::
assigned to the Americal Divis-: been 40 pounds :Maximum size Sunday! School 10 a.m. Morning Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship mafrazir..! : Ol'y'

:cn in Vietnam as a cann a-er of packages sent between all Worship: 11. Training Union Services) 11 n. in and 7:30: p. ::4. rirlir.p!' toy.or: for it:;

flrst-clars! offices: remain 72 inches 7 p.m. Evening Worship. 8. m. Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:30p. : .' l-tirc-r.t;* i it may oven he ::
in combined length and Wednesday Prayer :Meeting! 8 m.-Rev. Chester J. S::o:':'"pe', .w r ::
Bruce T. '
> of :\11'. ; .
;.! -hiirinc 1'I\\'ltoke; : of '' :
girth. pastor. .
and Mrs. c. S. Haddock of: pm. Rev. Virgil Lovett ..... ::rc
Starke. is one of mose> than 400 The size limit on parcels sent pastor. !:::: the day'! .- events that a ::.
to or from smaller offices: ruralor HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH rte ;{
young men from across: the star routes:, military: post (Highway 100 at Tlieressa) lii ir.c joy.

Coast country> Guard who: > Academy entered Pie! U. S. offices and all Alaskan and \DISOX:: ; STREET Sunday School-10 a, m. ;:;: t ifirl'" ; penplchave! )!: a fle;;iu- ;
New Hawaiian post offices stays at BAPTIST; CHURCH: :Morning Worship! -11 a. m. ) S Sto
London. Conn on June 30 to -haie! with you }
70 pounds Training. Ur.lon :
start with a combined -6:30: p. m. : I'TII1I' .
l leading a four-year cure: of study length and girth of 100 inches Sunda>'u Brotherhood Breakfast Evening Win! ship-7:15: p. m. :,f': in the! enatfr.-t: joy. that I ?3:
to a Bachelor of Scisr.ce: Hazen added. 7 a.m. Sunday School .. :
Wednesday Night Player Service -. ::
Degree and a commission: : in the 9 : ,:: of vvor-hiplna: tuct-thi-r, in ( !
: 15.Iorning II.
Public law 80-593, enacted Worship, *-7:30: p. In. Rov Merle :
Coast> Guard. Sept. 20. 1966 authorized the Youth Choir Practice, 4:30. Packham, pistoi. :::>' Oofl1) HoiMe.. .1 TT/:.\"/I

New cadets fiat undergo postal service to increase \weight Youth Fellowship Supper, 5:45.: .:.:f j CiI f'iCil
and size limits!! on shipments Training Union, 6:15.: WMUPrajer FIRST ::
"swab ASSEMBLY :::
summer" indoctrination: : Circle OF GOD ::
between larger cities. On July 1 : Evening OF :: :.
until: September when! the aca Worship, 7:30.: STARKE 8:
demic year becir! Included in girth of: 1970 and]limits 1971 the length! and :MondayVAmeeting, WMV: Went Weldon St. and Raiford ::%:::: The Chu'ch is God s appointed agency in y
the are scheduled to Road Si- -- :?
summer activities !s a two business meeting Brotherhood k -. :
this world the of
rise! 78 and 84 inches lor spending knowledge\
week cruise aboard the Aca- meeting u 7:30: p.m. Sunday School: 10:00: a. m g of
ively His love for and of His demand fof
demy'! famous: three-masted on shipments between Tuesday -- :Mission Action 11:00: :a. m. :Mernlns Woislilp; :H:: man
sailing barque. first class post offices Group, 7:30: p.m. *::00 p. m. C A. Services; 7:00:: $::: man to respond;: to that love by loving' His -:; :.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH WednesdayPrajer Meeting : p. m. Evangelistic vices. ::::: I:0: .
Coast Guard cadet are chosen STARKE 7:30: p.m. Deac n'o :Meeting Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. Midij:ij-:::: I ; 'T ::::

from annual competitivetests Sunday School 9:45.: Morning! 8:30.: Week Pxa>Meeting.:: :::$:: way of life, will long persevere and the r::

which take into: account Worship. 11; guest speaker -- Denton Sumrall, pastor. Pastor: T, E. GilleyHLILBRONN :g:: freedoms which we hold so dear VIii I inevitc'bly 'o
only personal ability.]; Chaplain W. B. Johnson! ( ..:..: ... ::::
morning FIRST UNITED METHODIST .... perish Therefore, even from a $f
and evening! service 7:30): ). STARKE ; BAPTIST :8:: selfish point of view; on-> should support. ::

Hospital: Corp=man 2r.d Class Training Union 6IS.: SundayChurch School. 9:43.: CIIl'RCII, HIGHWAY 16 N. :::::: the Church for (the s.k( > of the welfare of .s" ,,. ,,J : S :
Thomas R. Siaubaush.! scn of Monday Trustees Meeting, Holy Communion 11. MYF Sunday School :: #;
:3pm.I ( 9:43: a. m :SJ; himjflf and his family: Beyond tiPlthcVI")
:Mr: and Mr?, William: : A. Slau- Choir 7.Tuesday.Deacons Meeting, Youth Snack Supper: 6 p.m. Senior :storltutsVcrship. 11. Train l.n. :.::;i ever. every person should uphuld, tend ::

bauah pf Sfaike. :is'ening, High 'Program.and Junior High Union,. (>:3() p. m. Evening Ser jj-;:y; purticipotc in the Churth btcojse it tells .
with the 2nd Bn: 1st Relit, 1st Helen Masters Recreation 6:30.: Junior High -.ice. ;:30 :.l'.cHeek Prayer Ser'i;'i:o? .S'N:
Croup 10 a.m., at church; Ida Program and Senior High! Recreation : the irulh ghoul( men s life!. !: death and ;

:Marine: Division In Vietnam. -ice, 7:30.: :?: ::::
His battalion's mis'lcn: Is to Darby Grout, home of Mrs. 7:15. Evening Worship Ktv. L Tummy Howe Pastor :::: destiny the truth which alone will set him di t ." ?:
Gar! Matthews! JJO: Lorena 8. :MYF:. free live child of God W
conduct large scale operations: Fireside 8:30.: .::.:.: to as a ::::
and al' to Epperson Group home of Mrs. Monday Administrative! ;
against the enemy 3 CK.MIAM: UAl'TIS. CHURCH :::j:: .
L. U.
engage! :In a civic! action program Morgan Sr, 3. Ethel Bggs:! Board 7:30.Wednesday: : .
Group home of Sunday School 10 a.. m. Morn ;:=:: '" s, :< :,
designed to a''tst i t Vietnamsee Lewis Bronnlee Mrs. James Youth Recrea- .n;: Worship 11 .a. m and 7 p ::: .....
F'-ople: In completing : Group homeof tion and Activities 6:30.: College] Rt'Freci' .:.:
Mrs. J. 111.-- Johns, pastor !::: :-:
D. .,
elf-heln project- tuc' as building Doyle. 7:30.: Discussion Croup, 8. ... "
wellruherts.! small brldg- Wednesday Prayer Meet. ThursdayChancel Choir Rehearsal NEW K1VE11 BAPTIST :jl::::: ::

es, and schools ;J ing. 7:30.: Church Choir Practice 7:45DeWitt: Sanclay School 10 a. m. Mornlnj .:::
I 8:13: i11f
T, Farabee. pastor. Woiihip, 11 a. in. Training ;c:j:;
-- .... -- Union 7 p. m Evening Worship. ';$: :.:
8 p: m. Wednesday night service ::::::: .':-

7:30: p. m. Everyone wet ';;::: :

come-L. L. Parker, pastor ::-if: :::

Sunday Service! : Sunday ; FAULKNER HURST SHELL .:.
School. 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship : o"J
# 10:45: a. m. Evening Sex- :.: GULF SERVICEAND SERVICECarl i

t vice, 6'3l: p. m. Midweek Service Wednesday, V:15: p. m. : Hunt Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231 ::ii.i:
Charles Rees. minister: : ': ..
U-HAUL RENTALS Tire TrulncHeadlight :i
Adjusting :
BAPTIST CH'ORCBSunday ; Truck Trailer
Brake Service

ffie t School, 19 a.m. Tn. ,g Complete Lubrication Wheel Balance and &
acting Services at 11. Training ;YVnlon .
6 p.m.evening Service .4} Minor Tune Ups Alignment :%

Midweek Prayer Meeting ::::: 1011 N. Temple Avenue PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
Wednesday. 7:30.: Everyone wel- :::.:: :.

come. Rev. George E. Cr> fi: PHONE 964.5899 All Minor Repair ? .:
'm41 pMtor.1IAAIP10N. r :;: .
24HR. WRECKER SERVICE N. Temple Ave. Stark i:
:.;:.a 617 -
CUUKCil; / f Hiway 301 and 100
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning :r! LAWSON

Worship at li: Evening 2 Featuring Ace Hardware tlO S. Temple Stark 0:

- ,wsE Clarke Worship, pastor.7:30.: ,- Rev. Carl ::::: Complete Paint Supplies MEAT MARKETAND <

} and Sporting Goods COLD STORAGEWe E1..
)Y. ,
a. FIRST HAMPTON BAPTIST CHURCH "Check With Us First" DAD & BRAD SALES Specialize in Custom Slaughter'r: ;

r Sunday School ing. Cutting and Wrapping! .
10 a. m. Morning : 219 Washington St. 964-5270 :
Worship at 11. Training :;:: MODULAR HOMES24Ft. Prepared for Deep Freese :r

Union 6::30. Wednesday night :y:i:;
Prayer Meeting 7:30: followed :::;:: WHOLESALEPhone i

!;Li, :tciT- by choir practice Starke Nursing :: FLORIDA Wid. 964-7059
Home service 2:45: p. m. :$
-Rev. Melvin r Also 12Ft. Wide

:f Sunday School. 10 a. m. Mora- ::;:: ONTtOLf .

1 i lag Wcueltip. 11 a. m. Training ::: Campers and TraTcltrailer COUNTY ..

Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Service '- ::: & OMMCAL CO. TELEGRAPH
7:30.: Prayer' Meeting Wednesday < ::::: Keystone Heightsand ::

Surely there's better 7:30: p. m.-Rev. R. H. :
: :
way.The Butler p Io>l.;.:. ::.:I: 539 E. Call St. Starke. Fla. Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320
;C: '.
;. Phone 964-5745 for FREE TYPEWRITERS I
;;::1: :
better way.One Sunday School,, 10 a. m. Morning :
Worship. 11 ::
a. m. Training J
Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser WILLIAMSJEWELRY

of the better things about Ask your appliance dealer .vice. 7:30.: () -Rev. Lacy Conway ::::
doing dishes the automatic elec >: ,..tor. Grocery and Market
,1 about an electric waste disposer Better Service For Year ;'
trio way is that you save as much too It will free you from another
as an hour and a half a day Time chore by putting an end to messy Airpark Bapttrt Clireh Groceries Meat Feed .
you can put to good use with Sunday Title Problem*
garbage handling School. 9:45: Official
ajn.; Mora- Class Rings
family Or GAS AND OIL,
your shopping Or
en (
When tag
it comes to Worship Hoo
1 saving you : a.m.: Evea- Keepsake Diamonds Abstract
tertaming your guests sUj i I's work and time there's no match ing Worship. 7:00: .
Meanwhile your electric dish, for p.m.: Wed BULOVA WATCHES Jack and Gl4y. EJwarda
flameless electric Prayer: Meeting and
washer Study. Title ImnraiM
sparkle cleans and .
everything thoroughly sanitizes for Eleven rate reductions 7:00: p.m. 9todr: on Book ot 142 W. Call St. Starke U. S. 301 Booth Stark .
since 1957! The ..
... .. average price Nathan
family health .. L. ModUag. 158 W. Call Ph. "4-811
protection And -
... paid per kilowatt hour by FPL- potor. Everyone Phone 964.7064 PHONE M4-C312
r-. Welcome. .
keeps ......
your hands out of hot wa served families today is one.third ,
ter so they stay soft and .-::':' .7'"
lovely less than it was in 1957 CLAY ELECTRIC C OPERATIVE, Inc.

"The persons most difficult!

to convince they're at retire- Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve NM theM Florida Ceoitle MHehtv( g Oar Member LJv* Better :.f';!

ment age are children at bed "
Eet MM Hei..hU-Pkw 47.11
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w- 1-1 2 Free Kop Arts and Crafts at Town

Hall (afternoons)

July 3 Food Sale in front of Keystone Water

-KeystoneHilifes Company

I July 4 Ringing of the Bells at 2 o'clock

** JIM POX J everywhere

I PIsms. FhotM i In Yw Item 473-414& July 4 Fireworks DepartmentJuly ", by Keystone [yolunteerFire

4,5,6 Clay Mavrick Horse Show In Orange

WOMAN'S CLUB 5. starting at 5:15.: Ticketsare __ Park benefit Boys' Ranch

KOP (Keystone on Parade), now on sale at the low cost L July 5 Registration Rotary Swim Programat
sponsored by the Keystone of $1.25 for adults and 75 cents Keystone Beach
Heights Woman's Club, began for children under 12.
5 Fish at Keystone Beach
July Rotary Fry
July 1 and last through Sat- Proceeds from the fish fries
urday, July 12. will be used to support the 1l benefit- Swim Program
It is hoped that all members, swimming instructions pro- \td; ? July 6 Art Show Reception at Town Hall

their friends and visitors in vided annually by the Keystone :: July 718 Rotary Swim Program at Keystone
Keystone will participate and Rotary Club. c Beach Rushton Begins Term
enjoy the scheduled Lesson scheduled to start
many pro- are
July 8 Golf Tournament at Keystone
grams. Monday, July 7, from 9 to 11 Golf and Country Club As Keystone Rotary PresidentE.

The Art Show will be open a.m.The first registration will be July 10 Kop Card Party and Salad Luncheonat

daily from 2 to 5 p.m. at the held Saturday, July 5, at 4 p.m. the Woman's Clubhouse A. (Lon) Rushton (center), Mr. Gissendaner were Tom

Municipal Building LawrenceBlvd. (prior to the first fish fry) July 10 Kop Dress Sale at Woman's Club- new president of the Keystone Crutchfield, secretary treas-
On Sunday, July 8, at Keystone Beach. Heights Rotary Club, is pictured urer; Jim Chessington, vice
there will be a reception from The second registration will house presenting Past Presi- president; and directors: Mel

2 to 5 p.m., for participating be held on Monday, July 7, July 12 Kop Swap Old Fashioned Flea Mar den'ts Plaque to Col. JamesB. Taylor (Community Service);
artists and the public. at 9 a.m. at the Beach. ket at Masonic Hall Chessineton at installation Myron Prevatt, Jr. (Club Ser
The food sale will be held July 12 Kop Dress Sale at Kop Swap banquet last Friday night in the vice); Joseph Benson (International -
in front of the Water Company'soffice Service) and Al Watson
Keystone Heights Woman'sClub. ;
on July 3, starting at TEEING OFFII!! July 18 Rotary Fish Fry at Keystone: Beach At left is J. C. Gis- (Vocational Service).

9 a.m. Be sure to stock up Local Golfer Ronnie Tumlinled benefit Swim Program sendaner, of Chattahoochee, a S. E. McKay and Huntley Red-
on freshly baked items for the the field with a 73 in the July 18 Awards for Rotary Swim Programat past District Governor who ser- fearn Sr. were recognized as

holiday weekend. North Central Florida 21 Club Rotary Fish Fry ved as installing officer and the only two remaining charter

The golf tournament will be qualifying round at the Key- ., August 23 Fireman's Ball benefit Keystone Vol- main speaker of the occasion. members of the club which was

played at the Keystone Golf &. stone Golf & Country Club Sun- 'i : : unteer Fire Department organized in 1948. The new
Country Club on July 8. AddItional day, June 29. Junior Golfers, ,";.f, A social hour, starting at president, Mr. Rushton, was
who qualified in this tournament .. also commended 20
information concerning< will participate in the L- ",""O"'MO."O'O"'O''OM''M'oIo""M'H'.M., ..'......'"'''."......" 6:30: preceded the banquet on yearsof
the tournament will be posted ___L: which was attended by members perfect attendance in Rotary.
on the bulletin at Golf Club.A 21 Club Tournament to be held of the club, Rotary Anns, Scoutmaster Steve Moore was
at the Green Cove Springs Golf Bernice Brune Weds Robert Gremer Fireworks Display on July 4 and other special guests. Each presented a citation for his
salad luncheon and card & Country Club, Sunday July Rotary Ann was presented witha outstanding leadership of Boy
party will be held Thursday, 13.Other In St. William's Catholic ChurchMiss black glass ash tray decor- Scifuf '1 roop 105.

July 10, at the clubhouse, startIng local golfers qualifying The Keystone Heights Volunteer neva starting about dark. It ated with Rotary emblems in The banquet was catered by
at 12 noon. Admission will for the tournament Included Bernice Keadin Brune, tached to a cluster cap of re- Fire Department is plan may be viewed from Keystone gold. the Woman's Club of Keystone
be $1.25 ( plus tax) for card Marshall Gallop (senior division daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cas- embroidered Alencon lace and ning a treat for youngsters, aweD Beach. or anywhere up and Other officers Installed by Heights.KEYSTONE.

players. Non players can ), Bobby Hayes and Bret per M. Brune of Keystone Heights tiny seed pearls. She carried as oldsters of the area witha down the lake in that vicinity
luncheon for $1. KOP Cole(golfers in the junior division and Robert Lloyd Gremer,
attend the
a cascade of candlelightroses. spectacular fireworks displayon according: to Fire Chief Ed Ben-
dresses will be sold at the ). son of Mr. and Mrs. RobertJ. the Fourth of July. nett. who is chairman. of ar- Farewell Luncheon Pays Tribute
luncheon and also at the Swap Gremer of Jacksonville, exchanged The fireworks will be fired rangements.The I
Shop. marriage vows at 2 Miss Sharon Deale was maidof To Mrs. Wallenius For ActivitiesBy
from a pontoon boat anchoredIn public is invited to come
The Swap Shop proved to be so p.m. Sunday, June 22, in St.William's honor, and bridesmaids were
the main body of Lake Ge- out and the
Rushton enjoy fun.
Eulie ,
and Mrs. Catholic
popular last year that it will Church. Patricia Gremer, Faye Logs-
be repeated by request. Buying of Atlanta, Ga., were guests Officiating at the candlelight don, Denise Szabo, and Suz- ... .- __-u_____ __--------------...--- Helen Egan
and selling will be conductedin last week with Mr. Rushton'sparents ceremony was Father James anne Nelson. All bridal atten- with Jim and
Panama City Mrs.
the air conditioned Masonic Mr. and Mrs. Lon Devaney, a cousin of the bride, dants wore long yellow chiffon Henry Mickle Evelyn Brummett.Mr. honored Charles with Wallenius was
a luncheon in the
Hall, on Saturday, July 12. Rushton.Mrs. Lon Rushton Is spend- of Mississippi.The gowns silhouette with and modified bishop sleeves empire, Services Held At and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter private dining room of the Holi
Doors will be opened at 8 a.m.
churcn altar was flanked were in Jacksonville on day Inn In Gainesville
ing this week with her on June
parents, ruffled cuffs. The
If have white elephants of caught by At
you by two large arrangements Keystone Hts. business Friday. and visited
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kalzer, 26. A
around the house that you can long skirts were topped by sat- group thirty friends
of Holly Hills S. C. A small white chrysanthemums againsta their daughter Mrs. David Reid. were hostesses
with not in bowed belts. Their flowers on occa-
bear to part why of
family reunion will be held this background palms. Henry Mickle, 72, of Key While there. Saturday. the Car
of dai
rent a stall from the Woman's were nosegays yellow sion, paying tribute to Mrs.
week for Mrs. Rushton and stone Heights, died Thursday, penters visited his sister, Mrs.J. .
Club? If you like to find bargns Nuptial music was presentedby sies. Wallenius for her many civic
at family. Janet Lamm organist June 26, in the Veterans Hospital T. Midleton Lykes, who has She and her
be sure to stop by Mrs. accomplishments
Akel B. Akel served Mr. Gre- been in the hospital for quitea
Gainesville, after a short
Father Edward who husband extended holi-
and Kirby plan an
the Swap Shop and browse.
mer as best Ushers
man. were while in Brooksville.
Mrs. Robert Shaughnessy, sang "Ave Maria" and "The day, visiting various points of
Allan Cohen, Ed Parker, Larry Born in New Orleans La. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Shawver'
for the Miss
The complete program Patty Shaughnessy, Mrs.A. Lord's Prayer. interest in Florida. U
entire KOP activites and tickets E. Anthony and Miss Linda Gemotes, and Edward Toskas. on Feb. 18, 1897 he was a spent a few days with friends! The committee in charge of
for the luncheon will be avail- Lee Anthony hosted a miscel- (Given in marriage by her Following the ceremony a reception veteran of World War I and II, in Panama City. arrangements for this delightful -
father, the bride wore an empire was held for 125 guestsat a member of the American Legion Mr. and Mrs. Kerin Ellis of occasion included Mrs.
table laneous shower honoring bride-
able at the registration
the Art Show.If elect Miss Norma Valldejull style gown of ivory peau de the Candlelight Restaurant Post of Keystone Heights, Tampa, and Lt. Quinn of Ft. James Cook, Mrs. Roy Bridges.
during sole, with scoop neckline and Jacksonville Naval Air Station. and the Starke Elks Lodge. Rucker Ala. (who is a nurse). Mrs. Alex Gaunt, and Airs.
you have friends from difficultto out Saturday afternoon, June 21. bodice fashioned with appliquesof Out of town guests attended from Surviving are his wife, IreneL. were weekend guests of Mr. andMr.J. Walter Grollck, all of whom 44i;
of state who find it The shower was held in the re-embroidered Alencon lace New York, New Mickle, Keystone Heights
KOP ladies Mississippi, ; George Ellis. have been close friends and associates -
locate you, the They party room of the Woman'sClub. 'and Iridescents.!! Two tiny bows Jersey, Pennsylvania, Orlando and one sister, Mrs. Mary Thomas Hawes, who spent the of the honoree in civic

have solvedyourproblem.of were at the empire line.and the Tampa, and St. Petersburg.The Mills, New Orleans, La. past five weeks with the Jack and church activities.The .
are selling a pad maps The 20 guests were Invitedto cala lily sleeves had lace ap-
Funeral services held at Miller family. left for serviceIn guest table
were was centered
) -
(25 copies to a pad call between the hours of The A-
pliques at the points. newlyweds left for a wed
of most of the lakesin II a.m. Saturday in St.William'sCatholic the Army Sunday. He was with a low floral spray of
3 and 5 ; Miss 'Vallde trip to the Appalachian
p.m line skirt with side appliques ding
Church Heights recent white asters mums and pink
the They sell for $1 Keystone a graduate of Keystone,
area. jull 'her mother Mrs.
tax. These will also be of re-embroidered d lace and Smoky mountains, Pennsyi- with Father Edward Kirby and the Bon of Mr. Hawes of glads. Mrs. Wallenius was HEIGHTS
plus Valldejuli and Mrs. E. T.Mar-
New York and a tour
detachable vania
featured a ,
.Iridescents, with
table. officiating. Interment was in Hawes-Powers Motors in Gain presented a pink carna-
at the
sold tin in the line.
were receiving chapel train with of the entire East Coast, after
The Woman's Club catered the The hostesses presented the icngin the Keystone Heights Cemeterywith esville. We wish you good luck, tion corsage upon arrival. Flo-
will reside 'n St.
center applique. Her floor which they
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral wer arrangements were the
annual Installation of officers bride-elect with a fondue dish Thomas, in your service andwe'll
length veil of illusion was at- Petersburg.
Home in creation of Mrs. Edna Williams.
for the Keystone Heights Rotary and coming ware as a remem- .. --- -- ._ charge. pray for you.
Club last Friday evening. Pro- Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Revels Following a buffet luncheon,
brance of the occasion.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Prevatt, Sr.
ceeds will be used for the and Mrs. Frank Ottinger and Myron Prevatt, Jr. attended were visited by their grandchil- Mrs. Bert Christoffers, Sr., AUTO

club's building fund. and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dwyer Beachon service the baptism., members Following of the family the .....NEWS ,NOTES..... dren. and over Mrs.the weekend.Mr. James Robbins. tribute serving to as the toastmistress honoree,presenting paid- SERVICE

were fishing at Daytona her a gold tinted scroll,
attended a luncheon hosted by By Helei I E4aa attended a family reunion at
WILLIAM'S NEWS Sunday.Mr. fashioned by Mrs.Charles New-
ST. Mr. and Mrs. Ben P. Davies, the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Complete Auto RepairsAir
There will be a work shop of Poland on HaU Lake last Sun man, and printed a Conditioning Repairs
Mrs. Donald Dow- Jr.Lt. by Mrs. Newman's dau-
and proverb
committees on Monday, July 7. Prevattand their CLUB underwent following an \
and Mrs. FELLOWSHIP surgery & Automatic Transmission
who A of ;
of Altamonte Springs, day.Len ghter. gift friendshipfrom
The session will start at 9:30: ling, son returned to Keystone for a The covered dish luncheon automobile accident about two and Linda Swearlnger and
June 7 all the hostesses was then Service
married were
a.m. in the Parish Hall. All were visit with Bruce's fam- 10 at 12:30 weeks at Orange Heights.
at the short will be held July : ago daughter of Jacksonville were Mrs.Christoffers.On .
honored with a reception presented by PHONE 473-4404
ladies of the parish are invitedto ily, prior to returning to Vir- p.m. in the Masonic Hall. Funeral services were held on weekend visitors of hs!' parents,
attend. home of Mr. Dowllng'sparents, ginia Beach. Arrangements are being made June 28. Fred and Vera Swearingen.Mr. opening her gift, Mrs. Little Lake Bedford
Friday e\ening at7:30: Mr. and Mrs. William Dowling, and all vas CONCLUDEDThe Wallenius was, as she said
Every June 21. Robert Oscar Rich, of Las for a special speaker and Mrs. Art Wheeler
on evening,
St. Willaim's sponsors an evenIng The Saturday sixty guests were invitedto Vegas, Nev., is spending the members are urged to attendas First Baptist Church Va- and family left Monday for Illinois "tearful," but most appreciative BEAUTY SHOP
of fun with Bingo.The publicIs cation Bible School of an occasion which she
call between the hours of summer with his grandparents, plans will be made for an enjoyed a and Iowa where they will .
invited to attend. A to 10 Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rich of educational tour in the future. most successful session, June be vacationing. had never experienced before. KEYSTONEBEAUTY
o.m. Garden Street. Robert will be A.P. Hallman vice president, 16-25, under the direction of Now. here's She said that remembering is
Leeon .
ROTARY CLUB'S Dowling, and Mrs. Dowling's Whit-par- working for his grandfather in will conduct the business meet- Rev. Lawrence Carroll. lie LEEON'S CORRNER such a joy, and that she will SHOP
ents Mr. Mrs. Ralph
ANNUAL FISH! FRY Gainesville.Mrs. was assisted by Mrs. Tommy continue to reminisce on the
Don't forget to buy your aker, of Newberry, S. C. and Henry E. Magann and ing.Game Fun day will be resumed Millican, Nursery; Mrs. WillIam "Lake Life" days when, together, with her EDITH JOHNSON, Owner
tickets for the Rotary Club Fish Mr. and Mrs. William Dowlingwere son, Christopher Seane, of on July 24.HOMEMAKEHS Stanley, Primary; Mrs. It's a warm and sultry day husband's loyal support, the old Personal and Creative Hair Styl-
Fry to be held on Friday, July in the receiving line. Jacksonville, were visiting with CLUB Fred Ellis, Beginners; Mrs. Hardly a day for work. Woman's Club was remodeled, lag Evrr Form of Beauty
Mrs. Magann'sparents, Mr.and Two members of the club attended Frank Johnson, Juniors; and All you want to do. the planning of the new City Culture Tue-6at. 9-S; closed
: :: : Mrs. George Schaeffer, last Camp McQuarrie in the Mrs. Albert W. Dazey, Inter- Is sit at the window' and lurk. Hall, extensive changes in the Monday,
week. Ocala National Forest earlier mediates. The lake Is calm and sUck former Community Church
: I Miss Gina Massa and Miss this month. Mrs. Marguerite A special feature of the graduation There's Just a tiny breeze. sanctuary as well as the new BUILDING MATERIAL
I Lynn Jordan attended pre-or- Quagliano and Mrs. Emily Ison exercises of June 25 You look out In. the water and sanctuary and complete remodeling HARDWARE

1 ( \ ientatdon at FSU from Sundayto will give a report later as they was the showing of a movie see.Little, of the parsonage.Mrs. .
) Wednesday last week. The have been vacationing and could film taken by Rev. Carroll during children playing on their": Wallenlus paid a special BROOKLYN

girls will be roommates at not be contacted. the Bible School sessions. knees.As tribute to Dot Newman for the SUPPLY HOUSELumber
FSU this fall, when they start PERSONALSMiss you sit there and gaze at mural she painted for the new

their freshamn year of college. Elizabeth King of Jack- \4AAJ................. this world, City Hall: depicting the historIcal Plywood Builder's
Earl Mecklem and grandson, ville is visiting her uncle and So peaceful and quiet. background of Keystone Hardware Roofing Sheetrock

I If Alan IIoll, of Pittsburgh, Pa. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Da- You find yourself almost believ Heights. Paneling Paints Insulation
were weekend guests of Mrs. zey of Brooklyn Lake. INDIAN BEACH ing. In leaving the community fora Tools Electrical &: Plumbing:
Marge Tracy. Mr. Mecklemwill Mr. and Mrs. William Flakeof That everything In the world Is while, Mrs. Wallenlus said Supplies.

remain in Keystone for a Aiken, S. C. and daughter, (Ltake lUnU F.) right. farewell, rather than goodbye, Hwy. 21 N. of Keystone 473-4886
visit with his sister. Debbie, spent the weekend with By Michael H. ChlttyFfc. While you're drifting away In and expressed the appreciationof

Russ Chapman Frevatt, Infant Mrs. Flake's parents, the A.D. 470-1171 your dreams, her husband who also 'was CONCRETE PRODUCTSFOR
Paytons of White Sand Lake. Not worrying about a thing. given a remembrance gift by the
son of Lt. and Mrs. BruceC.
: ( Payton returned with the &ALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAdWHEWEEEE You're
Sonya suddenly awakened
( Prevatt of Virginia Beach, rudely
week vaca-
Flakes for a two ,
Va., was baptized during Sun- Boy. it's hot CONCRETE PRODUCTS
: day morning services at the tion.Mrs. who weather. Even with the air con By a noisy ole telephone RING! group.KEYSTONE CALL OR SEEEdward's
Church of Joyce Your child has: had an
/ Holy Apostles In in Baptist ditioner going. perspiration to accident. Building?
Barnwell, S. C. on June 22. underwent surgery Jackson- running down my back and I He s gotta go see the Doc
Rev. Emmett Mullen conducted Memorial Hospital, As you nervously Supply Inc.
haven't even got started yet. hurriedly ,
ville, has returned home and drive the DRIVEINFri.
service. is able to return to her placeof For the past couple of weeks It's like car, 726 S. MAIN 372-4844
;: employment.Mrs. we've had so much corn pea"! "a game of "Beat the Gainesville, Florida
c Warren Brantley is also and beans to shell around here After Clock. ., Sat. July 4 1, 5 I
SEE at home after undergoing sur- till everyone shells awhile and Doc's sewed up his head.
= :asz; .-- 'The Paint People gery in a Gainesville hospital. jumps in the lake awhile. My And patched it up so neat NURSERY
He'll] probably tT'q
: Fuller of Park- father. James it 120 fall asleep
Mrs. Harlow says wan!
of-the-Palms plans an extended degrees out at DuPont (where On the way home lying on the O.C. Carnes Nursery

Moored IhnvuUa A. vacation with her son, Richard he works) last week. So, look seat. Thousands of plants

; I I PAINTS and family in Syracuse, like we're in for a long hot And After you're settled home in for a while : Fruit Trees-Shade Trees
N.Y.Mr. Summer. Sure am glad a live on your favorite -
chair. EverjjreensCamellias:
\, and Mrs. Richard II. a lake.
CENTRAL PAINT Schncberger of ParkofthePalms My aunt, Clara Sullivan, who's You drift back Into the "Lake & Azaleas

.. 1 j Miracles Do Happen at I INC. will soon be moving to been visiting us pretty often Lite". Sun.. :Mon., Tues. :MOST ALL IN CANS
: ; STORES a new development in Southwest while on vacation, took her Where there's seldom a worn July 6. 7. 8l.lUMiA.MII..MrtlOM PLANT ANY TIME -
636 NW. *13th STREET Florida, near Fort Myers. They daughter. Mary Stegall and children or care:: ( : I II\>
# Beautiful Roses
I GAINESVILLEPHONE will be greatly missed for their home to Wllllston Tuesday. ::::;:::::: ::::::::::: : : : : :: : :::::::::::::: -

; BANK 3761201DRAGLINE fine Christian service and lead Aunt Clara came back Thursday !ili-.S'S "Iburs.HlJneandOtRS: LandscapingPhone

KEYSTONE STATE II Schneberger ership in this community. Mrs. morning and stayed until Sun- :::: :::. 659-2165
was a past secre-
II.Mtar F.D.I.C. K.7*.... Heights), Fla. tary of the Garden Club of the day Aunt Teenle and Uncle Roy ;! FOR EVERY PURPOSE 11 -- ------- -- 23 Ml. S. S. of Starke on
WORK and children of Gain- :: ::
., :: Wed. .
Lakes. esville] spent Thurs. July 9, 10 I Hwy. too) at Fiorahotne
Sunday with us I
i KULLDOZINGEARTH We regret to report the sud- Mirrors 1 1j
I and with which can get I and we were joined by Becky :
f The speed ease you ::: MOVING den illness of Mrs. Geneva USED CARS
.' Chab who Is a patient in S hands Meek and Ray Wingate of Keystone 8 j FOR EVERY PURPOSESHEA'S :1

's ii: a low-cost loan here may seem miraculous I :: CALL Teaching Hospital and Med- Heights In the afternoon.Mr. I 1 11 I II 1f q.-? Hanks Used Cars
Bobby Moore
/ : Chief ical Center in Gainesville. Her .
j but it's just standard procedure. See us soon Big HeavyConstruction mother, Mrs. Ella Gerst is and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Price' 111 BIO CASH DISCOUNT
\: staying at Mrs. Chab's homein are guests at Griffin's Lodge I: GLASS CO. I 11 TERMSBUY

%: firm financial. I footing.flaasB&aftmss :::: Inc. Keystone Club Estates. this week. ::J: : SELL TRADERT.
I land on a Pete and 372.4315-372.4351 :::
\ :: I'alatka .325-7476; Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Joyce Barton and A.IYI'II4tC"
.' :$:::| 1313 I N.W. 4th Plo. ::: I. BOX 90
3 Henry Mickle on the unexpected sister. ''Mae Watterson
:::1 nahlu"lII.; ::! \
: Hwy. 100. 8 Miles S. Starts
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California.Mrs. are attending summer school !rt inomas. Larry Jones Stev

Paul France is home classes at Melrose Elemen- Allen, Clarence Bryant, San

_ VOICE of the .: after spending some time in the tar School visited Mr.and Mrs. dra Oliver. Horace McCaskill Business
; hospital.Mr. Gerald PappY'S jelly plant last and Janice Smith.VACATION GAINESVILLE Directory
; and Mrs. Richard G. week.
li'\SPORTSMANi j Logsdon and family of Orlando SCHOOL

spend the weekend wih her par- DUPLICATE BRIDGE '
'" tty:.MIKE. ,CIIITTY ents, Mr. and Mrs. E, M. Rob- Duplicate Bridge winners last Faith Presbyterian Churchand Air Conditioning-Heating Farm and Industrial MOBILE HOMES
inson. week Melrose Methodist Church Equipment
were: Mrs. W. J. Gro-
lick and Miss Iva Hillyer 1st finished a successful week of Air Ce..tleatnc. MUSTANG
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. place; Mrs.Val Givens and Mrs. Vacation Bible School with 48 Heatlnr _y Santa Fe Tractor,
In- Mobile Homes Inc.Gataesville'i
Dann her son .
O. were -
Paul Johnson enrolled. General Electric ,
2nd place; Mrs.B. FORD
Greetings. Sports Fans Your this week. Not became the fish law and daughter, Mr. and A. Allen and Mrs. J. W, Teachers In the school were: Farm Tractors ti Implements
rolling-fisherman! 'has good were not biting! but they justdidn't Albert Glisslon of Starke and Foster, 3rd place; Mrs. T.L. Mrs. Christine Bartlett, Mrs. Kiss's Sheet Metal Inc. USED EQUIPMENT Discount MobU.
Those Shell- Mr. and Mrs. David Woodard. Flnlavson. Miss Tina Gainesville-2520 N E. 18th Ter. Home Sales Lot.
hav' Mary
news this week. their customers list Norwood and Mrs. Gladys Van SALES PART SERVICE_
crackers are really bedding ed this week. However, they did Mrs. Othus Scott and son, Netta 4th place. Bickel, Miss Susan Nlckell Tel. 378282 NEW MOON CAPELLA

nowadays. Besides that the report that the Specs are being of Jessup, Ga. are visiting Mr. Misses Glenda and Loretta GARDEN SUPPLIES BRONZEWOODLow
fnd Mrs. W. D. Isenhower. ART CLASS Chamblee Mrs.Barbara Smith AUTO SALES Monthly Payments
Bas are still schooling regularly caught on their brus'ipiles. the Isen- ,
in Santa Fe. Ray: Griffin, who Bass are in the edge of the howers Recent visitors were Mr.of and the Mrs. Plans for an art class for Mrs. Eleanor S'hoeneman, and BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson & Paris, Inc. 4820 N. W. 13th 378-134

keeps ms posted on these items gras!, and the Bream are being talented children will becomea Mrs. Ellizabeth Neale. The
has really been tearltV 'em up caught from their dock. Shelton Westberry of Way- reality Monday when classes young people of both Churches OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS MOTORCYCLES

lately as usual.' Guess we'd bitter : Slim's Flsh-'n-Stuff (Keystone cross. Ga. start for 13 Melrose Elemen- assisted the teachers to make SALES SERVICE insecticide -Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS

take a look: at just what ole i. reported two ole monster Mr. and Mrs. Tom Spur- tary children. The idea was the schedule run smoothly. Fine Selection' ef Used Can YAMAHA BMWSales'
lock nf Athene. Ohio scent Dr. James R. Neale, Jr.,pas -
Roy has been doing. Bass brought In Saturday originated by members of the Taken Oa Cadillac Trades2M1
of the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.B. Women of the Church, Faith tor of Faith Church, conductedthe Htli Ph.. 378 301 We Kent Fertilizer Spreader .
Griffin's Lodge ''east!'; shore morning John: FInley Sr. of N.W. e d
E. Kelley. The Spurlocksare daily devotional for the 224 N.W. Mh Ph. 378-047 UlHta
Santa Fe.> had another:> good report Jacksonville caught an 11 pound Presbyterian Church who ask-
residents teachers.
week, especially' for 10 ounce in former Melrose ed trie CRANE Parts Service
this Lake
one Brooklyn. many of clubs and organizations -
and visited many of their. friends The school closed with a Fellowship MATERNITY WEAR 615 W. University. 378-2811
the Bass and Shsllcrackers.", Charlie Davis caught a 12 pound here. in the community Dinner Friday evenIng LINCOLN MERCURY

When those Bass! make the mistake 14 ounce Bass In Spring Lake. to help support the class. With with Mrs, John BrennanIn > Anthortzed Sale Service FOR MOTREK -BE

of !schooling: within Roy's Buddy Ellis, (my cousin) of Joan and Jerry Simmons of the help of these clubs churches charge. There was a dis- 2201 N. Main Ph 372-1373 A FULL LINE OF MUSICBALDWIN
casting range they migM as Gainesville who fishes with Orlando recently spent ten days and
us, some individual contribu- play of creative work and a Crane ImportsVolvo Lingerie Dresses Slacks
well Jump in the boat 'causehes caught an 11 Iii pound Bass last with their grandparents, Mr. tions, the classes were soon a brief program of songs, stories :Bermudas Bathing Suits
catch 'em. Ills sons Friday night in and Mrs. Carl Ford. MO Triumph. Tops
gonna Orange Lak:!. community project. and verses learned during the
are getting just abut: : as mean He and Earl obb: caught 10 In Never doubt the power of Mrs. Edith Wallace, who stu- week. 606 E. University EXPECTANTLYYOURS PIANO& ORGANSCHOICI

ns he is on tho'e poor: Bas!*. all and nearly all were good the press. After reading the died graphic arts in Europe, Phone 372-4251 OF THC ARTISTS'
Alan and Glen Griff and Ron- sized Bass. difficulty I was having with my and has her own art 'Studio INC. P4C'Madt
ale! Knowles! caught 15 Bas phone the manager called to in Jacksonville, will be the 13 Highway Barkley Motors, Inc. ; MUSICco
Monday Roy caught 5 in Justa Uncle Alfred Hudson of Gainesville see if it had been fixed. Although teacher. 7M W. University Opp. S.F.J.C.

little while and had to quit. and friend James Brock I assured him it had, Classes will be held at Mel- Deaths Predicted TOYOTA G'ville Shopping Ctr. 372-5353

Tuesday. Roy: caught 35 Shell- caught 30 nice Bream in Loch- I receive daily calls from the rose Elementary School starting Over 4th HolidayAll Mechanical CONTRACTORK.
crackers bhlmelf; Robert:> lor:>sa last Tuesday. company to be sure that It stays July 7.: four days a week 4 wheel drive and ear

Wad \vorth: and party caught 00Shellcrackers. Well tats! all the news, and fixed. This is an unexpected and last for three weeks until! but 13 of the State's Sales Parts Service MOVERS
courtesy;), and I appreciate it Clean Used Toyotas E. Hyde Ent. Inc.Thompson's .
'. Roy guided Emory it's getting late. So I guess I'd much. July 25. Fifth and sixth grade July 4th weekend travelerswill Main 376-1268 S Long Distance Moving
1700 N.
and they better close for this week. I'm very survive the 78-hour holiday
:: students will attend classes .
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Janes S RefrigerationSenrlee Storage Parking
caught 67 of these rascals. Roy gcnna try to get out and catch and family of Cocoa recently from 8 til 10 a.m. with third period the Florida Highway Crating ShippingFree

and Gordon: Hill caught 97 nice some fish his week Before I spent ten days with his mother. and fourth grade students attending Patrol predicted today. Beauty Academy Heatln* Air Conditioning Estimates canHILL'S
clo"e. let me remind that from past holidays,
Shellchackrs Saturday and Sunday you Mrs. Florence Janes. Mrs. from 10:30: till noon. Judging .
; l11:>rnlng. Ron says they your 1968-69 Fishing License Janes accompanied them home The students were chosen by 13 people will lose their livesin POWELL'S Repairs OB White Appliances
C Industrial Combustion ServiceS
may; leave the bd th'sweek, became void at midnight Mon. and spent the weekend there. their teachers according to traffic accidents during the
but they will return probably day. So you better have that This week she is in Ft. Myers their talent. They are Sherri 78-hour holiday period start- Beauty AcademyLearn Boiler Room Sales A Service Van Service, Inc.

with the change of the moon. new one when you go out next with her sister Mrs. Stevens. Prevost, Ricky Mayes, Allen ing at 6 p.m. Thursday July a Profession In Your 3038 N. Waldo Rd.. Gainesville 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vlU

Let's hope so.Shipman's time. Mrs. Agnes Thompson is Weaver Philip Courtney, Tom 3, and ending at midnight Sunday Spare Time. Full or Part Time Telephone 372-2162 372-4271

Camp 'west shor Till next week "Goodbye and visiting her brother- law, my, _Davis. Bobby. Neale.- .RobVhoii July 6. 219 N.W. lOth. 378-2766
Santa Fe' had a slack reportiiiiiisI good luck!I"" Bill Anderson in St. Peters MEN'S WEAR PAINT GLASSLIDDELL

burg. \ YIHI r",' An <\nilr-' x, ('harA'" ELECTRIC MOTORS
company 01 their son and daugh- There will be a weiner roastat Account STAG 'N DRAG PAINT &
ter-in-law Mr. and the Woman's Club Wednes- ELECTRIC
Mrs. John
Allen and their grand children Hay night for the members of You Prescript! ; 1.'c Kerorrt.- Grlffla Stilts GLASS CO.

Shawn Marie and Machile, who the Cub Scouts and their famIlies are Kept Foi Von lly Us Motor Repair Co. S Arrow Shirt Florabelm Shoe Glass Mirrors Sliding DOOM

have been living in Los Angeles from 5 to 7 p.m. Formal ReatabLadles
Andrews DrugsFor Of Gainesville Inc. Tub Enclosures Shower Doors
By Joyce Rowe Calif. After a three is Ray Thomas of Jacksonville Repairing Rewinding Sportswear Furniture Top, Windows .

week leave, they will make Mr.visiting and Mrs.his Gerald grandparents, Fast ))('lh'l'r, mal 0 4-717(. C P1 New and Used 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY I Awnings.
their home in Tennessee where Some ; 2811 N. W. 16th Ph. 372-8918 and GAINESVILLE MALL 116 N.W. 16th St. 372-UU
A note of explanation to thoseof John will be stationed. the students who

;you who were surprised at Mrs. Delores Jones and dau- .-._ -- ._-- _. -----. -- -- -- -- -.- ,- -4
at my caller this week. I do ghter, Terry of Jacksonvillehave

relief work at Keystone;) State been visiting her parents, CARL BEGGS

Bank, and since this Is the time Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ilagglund,
of ;)ear most people take vaca- Sr. The Hagglunds are anXIously Gulf Service

tions, I will be working through awaiting the arrival of I USED PARTS
September. Suddenly I find their son and daughter In- Top Prices for Wrecked Cars
myself with very little timeso law, Mr. and Mrs. Moe Hag- 24 Hour Wrecker Service
glund, and family who are stationed -
I will be having my niece,
__ :.._ na _
.. .....
Glenda Chamblee, calling for in !Nebraska. They will -- & _a& --

most of the news. 1 will appreciate have with them their new daughter r New Innersprings PUMPSNEW USED VACUUM cleaner re- Used Cars -

it I if you will be as Laurie Jennifer, whom CLASSIFIED AD RATES and Box SpringsDrop cend t'osl:! $15 up. 10 different George E. LaRue Hwy. 301 N. Waldo

to her about the Hagglunds have not seen be- I Us A Card Call AND USEDSAI.ES.PAlaSSEU"ICE name brands t to! choose from, i 468-1998
good news as you Up to 15 words ____ 1.85 or : INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
are me. fore.Wallace Minimum PALATKA EA 3-9166 Parts & excellent repairs all
Austin who lives on ( charge) Deep & Shallow Wells Fire Homeowner MUST SACRIFICE-719
E. LauTB -
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Price and :MRS. PEGGY mates. Watson's House of
children, of Tulsa, Olka., and Lilly Lake has not been feeling Each word over 15 _. .07 II 209 E. Adklns SHALLER St. Water Softeners & Filters Vacu-jrs 712 N. Main, Gainesville LIFE & ACCIDENT St. 2 bedrooms, concrete

Mr. and Mrs. VirgIe Rowe and well lately. Extra Furniture Expert Service On 376-7110.! tfchgDIE Keystone Height '473-4692 block. Low down payment, bal
children spent last Tuesday In Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Roth- charge If not Repaired All Makes ance $50 per month
Cedar Key.Guests hammer of Beaumont, Texasare paJd In advance .... .85 Upholstered & Refinished ? YOU KNOW ifa easy to BILL POWELL Broker
Plumbing Service
of Mr. and Mrs. Rav the parents of a baby girl MATTRESSES REBUILT I ownl: LCI'I<'.l1l\mp Home? I 9fi4-fi464
Birt were her uncle and aunt, born recently. She has been Memorial, Resolutions Starke Agent Phone 9647061DURRANCE : Betfpr fiuilt! tor Ftjrlda! living MEN WANTED Men cottage

:Mr. and Mrs. Porter Merritt named Buff Eddie Is a for- HASTINGS MATTRESS PUMP I Your planj or ours I parerts: age over. 21. Starting ADDING MACHINE ROLLS.

of Panama City and her mother, mer residents of Melrose and a 7 cents per word & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AND SUPPLY CO. Your lot or ours. Contact Hu- ;pay $295 mor.th promotion op- File Folders, complete line office -

Mrs. Annie Taylor; of Aubern- graduate of Melrose High. He 710 Lemon St. PaUtkaMEN I fordIitchtl1: phone ",'64r.R. ;:otunitl: and regular increases supplies. -The Telegraph
is the son of Mr. and Mrs.\ CARDS OF THANKS ; ."? H O. Box 238 ?tarke. in pay. 8 hour day. 5 Phore 9646305.FURNITURE .
dale.Mr. Glynn Kothhammer of Ft. ; day week sick leave, vacations,
: and :Mrs. A.AV. Allen of INSURANCEAT VffgJIMMY : .
Jacksonville and her sister Worth, Texas,also former Mel\ BO words or less --_-- 3.CO WANTED Laundry REDUCED RATES! I st .te retirement. IX Interested, Refinishing, upholsterlnj
from rose residents.; This Is the second workers. Kitchen' laborers I I please: apply in person Personnelanoger. work. antiques
Pensacola were guests aids
Each word over 50 __ .01 AUTO, FIRE. BOAT restored to their origl.
of his brother and sister-in- great-grandchild for Mrs. cottage watchman Sunland Training Centr.
parents, -
: : MOORE'SSUN nal I'eauty. Call C. E. Jackson,
law, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Allen. Alice Rothhammer, who is cooks and clerks, ground- INSURANCE AGENCY Gainesville Fla.
The Aliens are enjoying the presently visiting relatives in OFFICIAL keeper, truck driver. Five II tchg An equal opportunity employer. 1313 :Madison St.. Starke Phone
day week, eight hour day.
Open Daily S A.M.: 5:30: P. M Ctate retirement, vacations, FILING CABINETS. Type. Lake Front Properties
Except Saturday 8 12 Noon I sick leave. If interested please writer Stands. Desks Chairs UOUKK: BOAT TOR WAINWRIGHT
Acreages large and small
LAKE CITYSPEEDWAY HILL'S GARAGE apply in person Personnel Safes. Bradford County "O'RIOXta': AGENCYFor

Keystone Heights Manager Sunland Training I Telegraph. Iturlce l I'h. (,M4-57! l lTVurk All Your Trailer Lois

Center, OHlnesvllle, Fla. Insurance NeedsSpecializing Homes, BusinessesS.
Telephone 473-4165 An equal opportunity employer. BAIRD I locd cMsccint! prices I in

FOR RENT: TV sets baby I I Mobile Homes Hunter. Fishi g Boats by Ca. :Mobile Home InsurancePh. E. McKay

beds elec. guitars, amplifiers, tfchg I eel Craft 12 14' SlS9O. () up. r Starke 964-6818
refrigerators: day or week. DA- NEW and lTSEDS.lO.12' I rI Realtor: Appraisal Service

HMER'S, 964-7923. tf-chg SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic I ....... -
Saturday Night July 25 Letters & Numbers for Interior I .. WideGainesville I WANTED: Used Wringer-Wash- Keystone Ills. 473-IS1G
SEWING MACHINE Cleaned, I and exterior use. All sizes, co FAYE'S FABRICS. H'a301,1; eWill: pay cash or take in

oiled and adjusted in your lors. Bradford County Telegraph -, Good Qualtyleasonah1y : 'lie ml. nrrn of Waldo. Ope.i; I trade on anything. DAHMER'S. LEGAL FORMS.: Bradford .

Time Trials 7:30 home, $3.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs -I tf I : Priced I I Fri.. Sat. rights till 9. Sundays. 9647923. tf.chg County Telegraph. Ph.
also. All work guaranteed Gainesville 378-2785 127. Weekdays: 9-6. TFeha I 964-6335.
Dennis E. COggins, Phone 431- LEGAL FORMS.: Bradford WILL 3UY: Used Appliances.
First Race 8:30 1428. tfchg County Telegraph. Ph. < Serviced Guaranteed and I IF WE DON'T HAVE IT I Furniture. TV's, Stereos, any I
1 9646305. I Delivered. / in Starke Area we'll/ get it for you. Office thing of value. DAHMER'3. I) I IPAUL'S

NO EXTRA COST Supplies, Furrllure: Equip. I
Millern-u;; Sewing me"t. Bradford County
I-'S 441
N. 4502 NW 13th I
Running Two Classes of Cars In console cabinet, like Gainesville 378-2785 this area, large or small I new. Sews on buttons, makes I I I FOR RENT large furnished also specialize in waterfront

Sportsmen's & Bombers ft-I buttonholes. overcasts mono- apartment: utilities included. property) please call Ogilvie, WELDING

grams, blind hems dresses, etc. II I SEWING MACHINES I Conveniently located. Call 964- associate. Frank League. Broker

Racing Every Saturday Night Fully guaranteed. Can be seen Largest selections from which 6205 after 6 p.m. tfchg 958 Mikeal Ave.. Jacksonville HARD RODINO, DRAG
In your area. Full I 765.4198 388-9873.
price $55.00or or
Volkswagen I to choose.! Pfaff, Neichl, Nelco, BUY. SELL. TRADE: Used LINE BUCKETS
terms available.! Write Credit I 12tchg 8.28
New Home. & Universal.
Furniture, Appliances;: Toys
Manager 836
New Sc Used R't.Sales gonvllle Casat Ave. Jack- I REPAIR ALL MAKES. Tcola.! Wimberly's Trading I HOUSE FOR SALE by owner. PHONE
Fla. I
4tp 7-24 ,
.. Service Post 7434 Blandinj Blvd.,
National Sewing Lake Drive, Keystone Heights.
4 .B Bobby's FOR SALE-Siamese kittens $10 Jacksonville tfchg I Prams construction, asbestos 9647611LAKE

4 Hideway I 1 Ml. North of The Mall each. Phone flfi4-fi')67.') Itchg I Mach'ne Co., I neat s.dlng: 5 rooms, one unfinished;
lone bath tool house, lot 137 x
: FOR SALE-1967 Chevrolet 4 dr. 611 W. University Ave. 378-1355 appearance, for summer work.
25 45 toHih'say
: 1 Mi. North Waldo. U.S. 301 Phone 468-9443 : Clean. good condition.: Cash ,Write: Bx 1179. Starke. tfchg '',,120. plus 21. Excellent location.x COTTAGE for rent, fur-

$250. Paul Starling, phone 9ti4- I No. 900 Retirement: Special Screened nJ.ohed. By week or month. Lake
FOR RENT-3 furnished Sign cn property. I I
SALE Concrete blockhouse 7655. Brooklyn. Call after 8 p.m..
2tp 7-10 ''
Frame bungalow: roms: 'g-rch. 3tchg 73EZER.SE
; 3 bedroom. 1 bath. cen. apartmsnt. Central heat. 204 4733261. tfchg
Hour :.. tral heat & air-conditioning. Cor. FOR SALE Window fan 3 I bath, ;0-1.:1: Newly pa'rtrd. 'W. Adk'ny Pi.! 9.J4-5274.: !. tf TYPEWRITER I
Nis fenced: : lot. Just $8.000. II SERVICE
: speed Small appliances
with therom- I
ner lot. Phone 964-5367. tfehgr
5:00 TO P.PER.limeo: Paper Bond,
: 7:00 FOR REN'f-2 bedroom air can-:
astat. Phone 9646348 from 8 to ]I at Starke Hardware Co. 108 E.
No. CO] Cattle Ranch 80
serfsclcs3 .
'. I Parer. :Notebook Fillers.Bradford -
ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. 4:40.: After 4:30: call 9646321. : d.t oned mbil horn Clean. ; Call St. Phone 964-5311. tfchor
in, Rustic home Modern I
County Telegraph.FOR
TWO Phor.e 064-749& Stchg 7-17
ONE .1 f File Folders complete. line of. Itc'ig! I kitchen -pecans and fruit. !I

L flee/ supplies. -The Telegraph. I I 35500. Terms. :|I SALE 21 ton trucks
I PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50 I FOR SALE-1863 Ford Galaxis. THE KEY TO .
MINI SKIRT Phone 961-8305. to $625 Take the drudgery out I Strut Realty I power steering, air ondlt oned. with dual wheels. 13'4 ton Gracious Living
: CONTEST I 964-7288. tfchf
Reg. Broker truck. Phone
of paper work.-Bradford County $350 Cash. Call 9647306. Up
Town House
2117 N. Tempi. Ave. I .
4',4'!( % INTEREST: hom Hourly, daily or weekly. APARTMENTSSell :
: 66 Bell Coach S
PIANO EXISTING MORTGAGETwo 314 N. Church St. or RentFurnished
Mrs. Bryan.
ENTERTAINMENT BY Camper. 8 x 15, fully equipped. ,
4 MACHINES: Manual bed room house with large 3tp 7-3
[ SERVICE Electric lights & gas lights. Running or electric. Fcr ,ale er liv. and Din. Area, large Flor
: THE MELODY MAKERS 4 water. Like new. -Phone body fluid or Unfurnished
REMOVE excess
rent. Add. subtract credit bal ida Room, hardwood floor, masonry -
9645583. It ance. Bradford County Tel.- construction, 1 t.le bath, with FLUIDEX tablets only Buford Mitchell
Wednesday Friday Saturday : $1.49 at Mitchell Drug. 3tp 7-3 Phones
FOR SALE 1964 Ghia Volks- craph. carport: big lot. Price $8.500.00.
wagon. 30,000 miles. Call 533-: $3.00000 financed with V. A., SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic ,"-6853 84-41780

:: PACKAGE ITEMS 4. 2925 Itchg need cash for balance. Letters, all sizes, colors. Permanent -I
Phone 378.5197 Large And :Modern
for use on wood glass.
HELP WANTED One of the nicer homes in ex-
ainesville Fla.
FIFTHS CAMPERSALES I plastic paper! metal leather
LIST SALE !MALE AND FEMALE: cluIve residential section of ANYTHING! -Bradford County
Rebuilding Refinishing
4 ATTENTION: Part time Shift Starke. Price 2300000. Need Telegraph. tf FOR RENT- Furni-hcd 2 bed.
Calvert Extra 5.70 4.95. Workers, Retired. Good second $6.500.00 t, clo'e. Shown by ap- room house 746 N. Walnut St.

4 Income. East to earn $30-$75 polntmert only. FOR RENT-Furnished. 2 bed Starke. Call 964-5070 or
Early Times 5.99 4.95 : VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY weekly serving established! cu'- 29:0:: Waldo Road Needs Some Repair! room h:>uRe. Phone 964-5884 or 9647441.Up I

>. MASTER Add Machinrs. with tomers In Starke. Pleasant per- Galtesvl'le 376-0191; Frame housi on large lot. con 570 Wist Call St. Hchlr"tlQSS.

4 Old Stag subtraction. SPECIAL. this son, needs no experience. Write Authorized Dea'cr veniently Iccated. You can have SWEET CORN. $1.50 bu.-David!

5.40 4.29 .' month only, $6<}U!!3. Ideal for J-2. Watkins Products Inc.. Box "1\1 a rcr..'t" "D..e !IIl'r" It f3r 401000. A. J. Thomas ,. all klndv Metal o* Wainwright Farm, 2 ml. east of

J. W. Dant home or light office work. 2447. :Memphis.. Tenn. 38102. Ito "Wheel Camper" *'alfrr. T-t. 904-5701. : rdhnard. The Telecraph Starke Highway 16. ItchgZERASE !

4 5.95 4.98. Bradford Countv Telegraph tf( Travel Trailers! Track SCampers I
FOR SALE -Double dresser LOST-Blak leather man' billfold EXPERIENCED WAITRESS TYPEWRITE

Seagram's 7 5.70 PAYROLL ENVELOPES.. with mirror, I studio couch. Fold Downs |II Thursday night. $10 Re- wanted. Relief shift. Good pay PAi-lR. Mlnr.eo Paper Bond

........... 4.95.' Bradford County Telegraph.. I braided rug window shades, SALES SERVICE ward far return to Harold Neal, Apply in person Longhorn r',p.=r. NoleUtok Fillers. _
......- Ph 964-6303. etc. Call 533-2255. 1 tchg Texaco Service. itchll Restaurant 301 South tfchg radfoH county Telegraph.

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