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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 10, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Of CollegeSet ,
yy bill passed by the 1969 in the public interest to establish

Legislature bringing fresh water the line below this point.

lakes, rivers and streams The bill bringing fresh water
A
request' for the countyto
under state bulkhead restrictions lakes and streams under this
has drawn! protests from restriction was introduced by establish bulkhead lines

Here local residents, according to Sen. Richard Stone, D-Mlaml. for a Santa Fe Lake devel-

i iI State Rep. Gene Shaw. The spokesman for the Inter opment project which has

Prnhablv the most prominentcase nal Improvement Fund said been stopped at state re
I ; of the effect of
the
; bulk-
4{ '7 head-law in Bradford county (Continued on Page Four) quest was made :Monday: ,

Come September, Brad also be offered, Dr. Kenneth 9i is the Seminole Ridge Deve- July 7Shculd,

ford County students will W. Oosting, dean of cir- lopment on Lake Santa Fe. the Board undertaksthat ".

have available to them in ta riculum Fe Jr.and College planning, told at San-The i i it There a group has dug two responsibility, w'llcli( It ap

Starke the courses requiredto Telegraph.Dr. canals away from the shore line County parently must do under a new

complete their freshmanyear Costing said the plans t r, and dug out a basin at the end state law, the cost could be as
of the canals. Lots are arranged tronomical when all the miles
in college. were just "firmed up" over
the weekend. When classes around the basins with of lake front In the county are
And by September of 1970, the canals
giving access to Motion
begin Sept. 30, 10 courses will considered County: Sl1rveyorMe1'1'111
all required courses for the the lake.
be offered ( compared with the McMillan told the mem
sophomore year probably will Fill from the basins[ has been
peak of five last year). bers.
moved lakeward to the extend
Six of these courses will be The request Monday came
the ones required for freshmen the shore line out. from H. L, Ownbey, president of
The UpheldAlthough
Trustees of the Internal
StormBrings
; four will( be electlves the Ott Corporation, which owns
,+ Improvement Fund however

in the fields of history, speech I 200
4i a ( -acre development site on
have the
stopped filling.
literature and physical science I The Trustees are the State east Santa Fe Lake between the

Cabinet members. The Department a formal order has lake and SR-2l, called Semlnole-
A different type of schedul- I of Conservation holds not yet been issued, Circuit Ridge. The group also! includes
ing is also going to be attempt 1II.. Mur-
title to all state lands. It is Court Judge John Roy and Paul Type of Keystone
ed, according to the Dean. Classes : phree will probably order that
directed Heights has already developed
by Randolph Hodges.
will be held from 3:10: to I
the county tax collector distribute 60 lots and sold 59 cf them,
DroughtTo : According to a June 13 Florida
10 Tuesday and Thurs- ,. .. r ,
p.m. taxes
-.r.r .J all of the timber
.p* 1! 4WP Times Union article according to Ownbey. Th: developer
day nights through the semester Af to
$18,300, according a
which will end Dec. 18. written by Political Editor I Hank except sold; his grcup will pay

So student could conceivably Drane, a spokesman for the reliable source. all costs of. establishing! the lines
a -
held Monday
A was
EndThe Trustees of the Internal Fund hearing
Present development takes in
work and still manage to chambers
morning in the Judge's
has disputed protests of land about : miles of lake front.
i/h
get in a full load ( four cour- in Gainesville concerningthe (
) work Tuesdays owners that the state is attempting Two canals have been dug !Inland
In Bradford ses of college on County Commission's[ suit
drought under the new bill,
and Thursdays. Bradford School to a pair of baslr.s dog
County cam to a thunderinghalt to claim additional lake bottom against the ,
around which lots are situated
afternoon in what: it it becomes apparent that lands the Board asking that the Board
Monday 1 Finish state does not already -
August LikelyCounty The fill taken from the basins
oflegal
need ed at share
Utilities Superintendent Oscar more courses are possess by right of its pay its proportionate
has been moved lakeward to establish
Davis termed "easily the worst Starke, the college will make sovereignty.Aim fees incurred in fighting
lightning storm in three or four every effort to offer the course commissioners took time Mondayto I'lumhere: the U.S. firm from which the of the new law, according for higher[ timberland assess lake front! lots.
.Dr. Costing said. "If any tour the nearly completed Bradford ments. Work, on the lots .has been
years." new panels were ordered has a factory, to several local officials,
The county averaged 4,26 inches group of 10 wanted a course County Courthouse on North Temple Ave Trust drew a $20,000 payment Monday. Of i ill tr nrfivfnt the take over The County was asking the stopped by the corporation:
which the college Is offering, of lake court to temporarily enjoin the since March at the request of a
of rain horn 8 a.m. Mon Contractor' Ernest Trlest has until areas by persons who
August IS the total contract he has remaining to draw
he distributingall Internal
It
we would try to get would fill in which tax collector from representative of the
day to 8 a.m. Wednesday, ac commented.The to complete the Job but Is shooting for August only $20,009 more, plus the 10 per cent: retainer ordinarily covered areas with are the monies collected from Improvement Fund (the state
of the water.
cording to A. M. Jones
college also plans to have 1. fee. Bulkhead restrictions Container Corp.At .
Florida Forestry Service's Brad- nowap- T. A. Yawn (Continued on Pace Pour)
Headquarters. Aver a counselor at the school on The front walk will be paved In the white ply only to salt water and the the hearing

ford-Union for the whole month of Tuesdays and Thursdays to assist All that remain to complete the front of "squares' shown ulth" light colored river bottom line, as recommended by the attorney for the County, amended I
age students with planning or the complaint and ask that
State Cabinet is the
June was 3.39 inches. the new building: Is some< decorative panels gravel rock to blend with the brick In the mean
problems. $18,300 be temporarily
solve only
help high water mark unless it is Contract Let
"It could be a wet July," Advance registration will be the right size: But they roust come from BelL new bufldi\ +'g. withheld from distribution.

Jones commented drily. held in early September and This is what Judge Murphree
The thunderstorm and its final registration is tentativelyset will do, according to the Tele To Build New

fireworks gave the city utility! for Sept. 25. Classes will Courthouse Bid graph's source.

department "quite a bit of trouble be held at the Bradford Mid At the hearing Judge Murphree Lawtey P. O.

"although Davis said there dle School. withheld Judgement on a motionto
Cost for a full time student dismiss the complaint made
was no major damage. Contract has been award?d
will be $75 a semester. One the School Board's Attorney,
The and falling Lacks by
lightning ApprovalOf to build a $13.623 post office at
course will cost $27 and two t r 4A+ Gene Shaw. And tie denied a-
limbs tripped out about 20 disconnect
Lawtey, according to announcement
courses will cost $52. There nother motion made by Shaw that
} (some affecting only by Postmaster. : General
fee of
is also an application certain paragraphs be stricken
three or four houses and some $5 or $10 for thoa who are + from the complaint. W. M. Blount.
School BoardAlthough
three or four blocks), according entering the college for the The building will b? owned by
The did
to Davis. first time. judge howevergranta Mr. and Mrs, Alfred G. Kemmerer. -
motion that the letter attachedto
Exact schedules and times of Daytona Beach who
Although the blackouts were for registration will be announced not yet approved by -"this Board Is In dire need:! the complaint be stricken. will leas It to the Post Office
The letter, sent by Yawn to
scattered around town the area the School Board the resolution of facilities' for the administrative Department for eight years with
Atty. George Pierce, asked that
west of Temple Avenue was the asking for the old courthouse staff of this Board and the renewal options running
the Board its porpordonate
hardest hit Davis said it took for the schools' staff offices has school sysem of Bradford Coun pay through 15 yeal's.The .
: share of the legal fees. However
utility employees four hours to t tl, 1 been drawn up. ty." the School Board said new structure wi'l be

get all the lights back on. County With three of the five Board "The old Court House facility that Pierce was: not its attorney located on the noidwest: cornel

Although there were reportsof members out of town the is adequate and suitablefor and claimed that it did of State Road 225 and Park

homes hit by lightning School Board was unable to hold Avenue intersection,
being the nerds" of thh Board, not see a copy of the letter until : aCI'ossfrom
apparently all damage was its regular meeting and rescheduled ="this Board after serious the suit was filed on June Faith Baptist Church The
Library .
minor as the Sheriffs Department w It for 10 a.m., Tuesday, study and consideration deemsit 13. property was pm'chased by the

Bradford County Civil the 15th. In the best interest of the In the suit the County Com Kemmerers from H C. Kelly:

Defense and Davis had not However, Sunt. Tom Casey cltlreni and taxpayers of Brad mission asked that the Board The one story building' will! be

heard of any major damage. Growing"We .. had the resolution drawn up ford Countv that it not expand pay 60 per cent of the cost air-conditioned and will offer

by Atty. Gene Shaw at the much needed tax fund at this of the four year timberland more working spice: than the=

Davis said a sewer lift stationat Board's request and presented t'me to construct facilities for assessments litigations since present gtt'+rters. It will nave

the! corner of Pratt St. and -rrrre3t it to the two board membersand the adm'nXrat'on.' the Board will get 60 per cent 1,000 square feet of Interior
are growing, Martha the : of the tax monies Involved. compared with totalof
spac
Temple Ave. was hit and out of i press. a
,
,, -"th' bulldlnqwith minor
Minx librarian! at the Starke- i k re
,
operation until Wednesday after Bradford County Public Library .r .., .... Briefly, the resolution! asks the pairs and renovation would be The complaint states that the 779( square feet at t present
noon. He also said that the County Commissioners to unrecoverable legal costs come The new post office Is I expect.
home of :Mis.\ R F. Young on told the County Commissioners Designed Architect Frank George for the ultimate In transfer to the School Board the more thAn adequate -t"erebyresultlnl to $16,000. Amount paid by ed to be completed by next January
Monday as she presented statistIcs !' In the !yavlnss! of numerous Container[ Corp for 1965 '66,
Christian! Street was hit but he modern convenient legal: proceedings the county's two new old courthouse for "such nominal Space In the present building
to back up her statement. tax dollars to the citizens and '67 taxes was $93,438
value and consideration as win then be abandoned fori
though the damage was minor, "fancy" courtrooms are taking shape. One Is shown above is
There are presently 7,250 volumes bv the laws and statue dfxr, Four' plus Interest. postal f
"probablv her TV." commissioners look required 1 .1mlld! on zee ) purposes.
It
over.Budget .
In the library and 2,250 ,
Frank Williams !! of Florida. "" "
C. D. Director
books have been added since The resolution also asks thata <. .i.4
aid he had r"csived no reportsof "
.
the library! became independentof
damage A ,,'Indounit air "revision clause" be Included !dtI
the Santa Fe Regional Library Requests In the title 1
conditioner was hit at William's so that the old courthouse '
I '
1 '
Oct. 1967
home but again the damagewas would revert to the Coun Mrs. Minx told The Telegraphthat "'41. \
minor. ty Commissioners if the Board '

at the present rate of Hit CommissionKnifing ceased using the building forth t ..r. ,,
growth the present building on
stated puroo'es. \ k1f"j ;
y
Walnut Street will be "filled to ,
The preamble to the resolution ....
within
capacity three
years. on 1969-70 budget requests 'lax Collector: J. R, Kelly and makes a number of statement i
(A fund drive to finance
new
a
by various agencies will Tax Assessor Gene Long. includingMi : + ,
building!] Is presently being con begin July 21 when the County The board will meet at 8p.m. .

ducted). Commission roes to work on the Monday, July 21, to being workon ,
Circulation is also growing. tentative budget Clerk Charles the 1969-70 spending bill. '

From Oct. 1. 1966 to Sept. 30. Darby plans to submit then, Total 1969 assessments for nit Mart ; i ir itS

1967, circulation was 16.549. By Most of the departmental budgets Bradford County come to $65, 4 I

September of 1968 it had jumped are in. Requests presented 742,500, according to figures Hit AgainJackson's

to 22,317, and Mrs Minx said at the Commission meeting from Tax Assessor Gene Long } i .

there la a "definite Increase" in Monday July 7, were the which were given I to the board I B.1i; :? tS ,u r
circulation this year. Sheriffs Department, $109,429; Monday. Of that total, $46 : Minlt Market on .. ( ,

The librarian told the Com Mosquito Control $37,156; 084,850 is taxable value, and West 'Madison Street has been

missioners that she and her Bradford County Public Library increase in the taxable valuesof hit again; this time the robber Mystery Merchants Identifiedmanager .

staff are "delighted" over the $16,000; Health De- $1,997,450 over 1968. took $59.Tho .
number of new faces they're partment $25,054 market was robbed last .
seeing in the library. And she judge ; county The increase will bring the month on the second of $400.; With The Telegraph's ;Mystery!' Call Street since the early last January after

raid there has been a significant clerk, $33,824., $33,765; county county a total of $34,911 basedon Lester Wayne (Buddy) Ruls Merchants Contest heading 1940's. Mrs. Mundy Is a longtime eight years of experience In the

increase in the! number of me aoove ouuget requests the 1968 millage of 17.478 currently In prison in Arkansas, down the home stretch Interest member of! the Starke automobile business In Gaines

persons coming >in from the outlying total $255,238 They amountto mills, according to Long. Of is charged with that robbery. remains high among chopper Woman's Club, and devotes ville.

This' areas of the county only a small portion of the that mlllage, the county assesses Ruts also facet charges In con registering at the various stores much time to church wm k. She MONARCHA MOORE A native

\f Spies contributed The budget presented to the county's total budget which will 6.678 mills now and the nection with the Keystone State for the final grand prize of $150 is President of the New River of North Carolina, but

Weekly to Publicize County Commissioners Mondayby total in excess of $650,000. Board of Public Instruction 10.8 Bank robbery.The in gift certificates. Baptist Association WMU: and long-time resident of Florida::

Community Event by Mrs Minx and two library The clerk's office will be on mills.An indication of what is coming July robbery occurred at Those who have not registered was re-elected State Chairmanof she 'has been: associated with

board members, Mrs. M. W a budget for the first time in on the budget was given when 9:45: p.m. Sunday, July 6, when should do so at once as only the Camp Committee of the her husband Billy Moore, in

The Community Cressler and Mrs. H. C. Ritch, 1969-70. At Darby's requestthe Commissioner[ Zedra Hamilton Mrs Janice Alvarez was; on two more weeks are left before Southern Baptist Convention.She the operation of Tuck's Drive-

State Bank asked for $16,000. a $1,000 increase Commission passed a resolution indicated he desires to resume duty, according to Sheilfl's the final award Is made. also has the distinction! of in on U. S. 301 South in Starke

over this year's budget. Monday putting that office paying $500 per year to the Deputy Robert Gre.n. Last week's Mystery Merchants being selected for "Woman of lived since June of 1968. Mrs. Moore ,

Account If the ,budget Increase if approved on a budget. According to Suwannee River Valley Authority. Mrs. Alvarez said[ the robber ; identified from their silhouettes the Year" honors by the Starke In' Orlando and Madison
Insuredop before
now
$900 of the $1.000 wouldbe the clerk a new state law requires But Clerk Darby cautioned was armed with an automatic! were: BPW Club. moving to Starke with
to 115,000 by used for book processing his office to go on a : pistol and had his face covered LEILA MUNDY: Proprietor of DON WILLIAMS-Manager of lier husband, who is a native of

Federal Deposit Insurance which also Includes supplies, budget bv 1970 and he wantedto "Mr. Hamilton, don't com with a piece: of blue cloth, according Leila's Dress & Gift Shop, is a Starke Chrysler-P1Ymoulh Agency Bradford County

Corp. rebinding of books, magazine begin a year early mit yourself until we get to to Green.Investigation native of Bradford County and which was established hereIn Now turn to the inside pages

(Continued on Pace (Four' ) Only county officials still operating that budget meeting. It's going of the case la has been In her present business November of 1967. Mr. Williams and 'have fun identifying this
.t on a fee system now are to be rough." continuing at the same location on E. took over his duties as week's Mystery Merchants.


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Ty( u' Wedding PartyEntertained Three Graduates,
OfIriterest :
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Y.FA 6 Honored At Tea

Dr. and Mrs LaVerne Craig! Mrs.
Mrs Alma Leta Sparks
Strough, of Worthington Minn.
WOMENJGIady Jean Lefev-
qp Jackie Johns Mrs
were hosts Wednesday night FusseH
JoAnn
and Mrs.
v July 2, at 7 o'clock when they r+w l tom' ers were hostess at a tea honoring
were hosts at dinner followingthe
three recent graduate, Jean
Mooty: Phone 964-7608'' -""- wedding rehearsal of their wMBaldreeBradley Davis, Mary Frances Brough-
niece !Miss Betty Jo Warren
ton nd Faye Dyal, at the homeof
Mr. and Mrs- Anders
s and her fiance. Preston Guth-
Mrs. Sparks on June 15.

Honored on 50thAnniversary '. rie.The U-shaped table in the The honorees and their moth-

Pecan Room of the Garden
.. ers were presented corsages of
k Restaurant was decorated with red carnations. School colors
The home of Mr. and Mrs. O. garlands of Shasta daisies and were carried out in the party
J, Anders at Lawtey was the fern, and was centered with an room.
setting on Sunday afternoon arrangement of white gladioli
_
1 June 22, for a reception in hon "-1': carnations, daisies, and Fugl Thirty-five guests called between
or of their Golden Wedding Anniversary mums. Silver candelabra, hold- the hours 3 and 5.
Hosts on this occas- Ii: ; Ing burning white tapers bal-

ion were the Anders' children anced the centerpiece.

Mrs. Pauline O'Toole and Among the nineteen guests Mr. and Mrs. Bobby D Bald-

daughter, Cheri, of Los Angeles were members of the bridal ree, of Route 2, Green Cove CARD OF THANKSWe

Calif., Mr. and Mrs. James Anders 6I party and the maternal grand- Springs, announce the engage wish to express our appreciation
of Mr. and Mrs. parents of the bride-elect Mr.
Palatka. ment of their daughter, Barbara to all the friends
1 Johnny Jenkins and children, of I ti and Mrs. C. W. Dye, of Spencer, Ann. to Ralph Earl Bradley, for their acts of kindness and
lI w'' Jacksonville! and 'Mr. and Mrs. W. Va., and maternal grand- eon of Mr. and Mrs R, L. Brad sympathy in our recent bereavement -

G. W. Anders and Bill, Jr. parents of the bridegroom Mr. ley of Orange Park in the passing of our
I The refreshment table was and Mrs. Fowler of Johnson The bride-elect Is a 1968 graduate beloved sister. --

,., covered with a white lace cloth City. of Clay High School, and is
." centered with three-tiered The family of Mrs. Pearl
,t a now employed with Business
'.- cake flanked on either side by Shower Given Efficiency Aids of Green Cove Haertle.

c flower arrangements. Springs. Her fiance is a 1967

,.. :.. ... ,.' Refreshments were served For Janet HardyMiss graduate of Orange! park High THE BRADFORD
.- : "' during the afternoon.The School and is employed with COUNTY TELEGRAPH
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&. .., t children presented Mr. Janet Hardy brideelectof American Coolair Co. of Jack Published Thursdayat
.-- ... .'f.I".: ...-" and Mrs. Anders a beautiful August 2. was honored at sonville.! every
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.. ... 138 W. Call Street
.:J,. chandelier for the living room a miscellaneous shower Tuesday
Starke Florida 32091
.' : r I as a memento of the occasion. night by Mrs R. A. Colson. BIRTHS

1.1 More than 120 guests called Mrs. Larue Williams! and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Second class postage paid
J. H. Raulerson
':: "J 1 1"p' during the hours 2 to 5 o'clock. Robert Barksdale at the home at Starke. Florida.
.. M. of Gainesville announce the
of the latter W
on Madison
St.
birth of a son. Joseph Hardee,
f 1
Donna Lou Patray Weds Mr. Brewer Duplicate Bridge !L \J flowers Arrangements were used In of the summer party on June 23 in Alachua General In .Subscription trade area: Rates$5.00 :per

In First Baptist Church Ceremony Club ResultsThe Nancy Drew Clark Becomes Bride rooms. and hospital.Mrs Grandparents J, R Kelly of are Starke Mr year; $2.75 six months.
Refreshments Outside trade $3.50
were served to area:

Miss Donna Lou Patray satin cummerbund encircled the Starke Duplicate Bridge Of J. L. Bradley Jr. In Eau GallieMiss the 40 guests and erson Mr.of Santa and Mrs.Fe.Hardee Raul per year; $3.00 aix month

daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ernie waistline, terminating In a bow Club had four and a half tablesin

Don Patray, of Starke, and Gary at the back, with streamers play at the Pratt Street Re- Nancy Drew Clark The flower girl. Shelly Cotton Remember
Wayne Brewer, son of Mr and falling to the hem line. They creation Center Tuesday night. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill wore a miniature version of the Carp's Open Sunday to 6 P,

Mrs. Otis E. Brewer, of Lawtsy, wore blue satin bows In their July 1.KastWest. D. Clark of Eau Gallic. and bridesmaids'! gowns, in pale

exchanged vows in a candlelight hair, and their flowers were winners were Mrs.J. John Leslie Bradley Jr., son of yellow.

ceremony at 3:30: p.m, Saturday yellow and white daisies D Odom and Mrs. GeorgeE. Mr, and Mrs. 'J. L. Bradley of
June 14, In the first Baptist \ Miller with a score of 30 Dr. Kingsley Lake were united in All attendants carried white
Church of Stark Rev W. Little Marsha Kave Patray and Mrs. Harry Gruen were marriage at 3 p.m. Sunday, baskets of shasta daisies

A Hogan, pastor of the! church was flower girl and Brian Gas- second with 29'i. North-South June 22, in Harbor City Baptist Mr. Bradley Sr. served his, dI
sett was ring! bearer. winners were Carole Mussollne
performed the ceremony, Church, Eau Gallic.! son as best man. Ushers
were
and Della Rosenberg with a I
Two large baskets of gladioli: Wilbur Waters served Mr. score of 33. 'Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton An arch of yellow roses and Dale Borst, Keith Mizelle, MIchael -

and daisies, against a background Brewer as best man. Ushers and Mrs. M. A, Baldwin daisies was used over the prayer Waters, Mark Bradley i
of fern trees, decorated were Keith and Mark Patray finished second with 31. Overall bench, and candelabra, decorated Steve Revell, and Pate Gassett. '1' I 4 1 /'
the altar. The bridal party brothers of the bride Tex: Pat- winners were Mrs. Odom and with the lame flowers
Michael Abdon was ring bearer. -
rick, and Earl Crockett
stood before an arch of candles held
Mrs Miller lighted tapers. LAN KE ft
flanked on either: side: by spiralsof Following the ceremony a reception The weekly tournaments are rU
candles. was held in the educational Rev. Dan Wade was the officiating -
building of the church open to the public, and all minister. Nuptial music Following the ceremony,

A program of nuptial music where baskets of daisies! and bridge players are Invited to was provided by Mrs. All a reception was held at The!

was presented by Mrs Joan gladioli were used In decorating.The attend. Sessions start at 7:30: :Schluter, soloist, and Carl Reth- Pines Banquet Room, Indian I) ,
Chltty soloist, accompanied by bride's table was covered p.m. each Tuesday night in the wlsch, organist.The Harbor Beach, where an arch
Mrs Charles Francis, organist. air-conditioned Pratt Street of roses and daisies was usedas
: with a white si tin cloth, covered AYAWASO
with organdy, and centeredby Recreation Center.J.uncheon bride who was given In a background! for the bride's t
Given In marriage by her a three-tiered cake, topped marriage by her father, wore a table The four-tiered wedding
father. the bride wore a formal with miniature bride and gown of silk organza over peau cake was decorated with daisies -
gown of white s]Ik organza over groom. Punch was served froma : Given de sole. Designed with the bells and doves. Punchbowls :?a'. 1

bridal taffeta. The empire bod- crystal bowl encircled with For Mrs. Guthrie "Edwardian look" the gown on two smuller tables \r Y Jam.r .
Ice featured a bateau neckline! was styled with a princess line were encircled with the same ..i '

and short lace sleexes. The fern.Mrs.. Ben Moxley greeted Mrs Preston Guthrie Jr., who falling! at back to a sweeping flowers. A r e4'-r .
chapel train was adorned with !
cathedral train. The high neckline
guests at the door, and Miss prior to her marriage on July ir
lace appliques, and the bride's of French Alencon lace, The bride It a 1968 graduateof ,
Sheryl Ward kept the bride'sbook 3 was Miss Betty Jo Wan'en.was '
lboVl"'nltth veil of illusion Cuttlna and serving the the Inspiration for a lovely with a small ruffled collar, was Eau Gallic High School, and \ ,.
was attached to a pillbox of cake were Misses Evelvn Sin luncheon Wednesday July 2. at repeated at the cuffs of the full was employed as a records ;Qi V
satin and pearls Her flowers gathered sleeves. An appliquedband clerk at the Eau Gallie PollcE'Depal.tment
clair o'clock
and Ginger Baldwin Assisting one at the Holiday Inn.
werelte, daisies, centered of Alencon lace with a row -
In serving were Mrs, H. ;', d r
with an orchid, and she carrieda P. Morgan, Mrs. John D, Johns Hostesses on this occasion of tiny covered buttons extended Mr. ,: <& w -
white Bible Her only ornam Bradley graduated from s (
down the front of the
Mrs Jerry 0, Gav, Mrs Willie were Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs gown
<>nt waa cameo necklaceand from necklace to hem. The Bradford High School In 1966,
Mae Denton, and Misses Lucille Maxie Carter Sr, and Mrs. Guy
attended
braceletflss St. Johns River
College
Kauffman Sandra Sale cathedral train was attached at
Huggins,
and served in the U
S.
the shoulder and bordered
Cindy Sink: wa maid of Teresa Brewer, and Sharon usedIn was Army. He
A pink color scheme was with matching lace applique.} Is now employed with "
honor, and bridesmaids! Rowe.
were decorating the long luncheon Southern Discount Co.
Her headpiece of organza and in Starke HOLDS
Mares Marsha Brewer, Susan Mr. and Mrs Brewer are now table where 18 guests were
Alencon lace had illusion
long .
Godbold Linda and at home at 305 a ,
Scoggins, Washington St., seated. Bridal place cards '
veil appliqued at the bottom After a wedding! trp! to the
Susan .a.uln' Junior brlde maldswe following a wedding trip to Daytona -
... marked the seating arrange- edge with lace The bridal bouquet Smoky Mountains of North Carolina
: Denise Brewer and Briar
Fatrav, The Beach. ment. Also marking the brideelect's was of pale yellow loses, the:! couple returned to reside until it gets j
bride graduated from
place was a corsage of
lilies! of the valley, and seed at Kingsley Lake.
Bradford High School and attended .
pink carnations.The
centered with white
pearls a
All! attendants wore Identical: Santa Fe Junior College.

gowns cf light blue satin covered Mr. Brewer R'-O graduated honoree was presentedwith orchid. .

with white! voile The bodices from Bradford I-Jlqh and is em- the vegetable bowl in her Miss Linda Rabe served as SE'KVICK' SCHEDULE COLDsag! ; '

werr fa'Yored: with Mgh! neckline ployed by Clay Electric Cooperative chosen pattern of china as a maid of honor and bridesmaidswere CATHOLIC Churches ,

and short sleeve A blue at Keystone Heights memento of the occasion Misses Terri O'DeU, I .
ST HW.\RD'S. Starke:
Nancy Kendall Becky Wilson
M.
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Suzanne Blckner i\.111 ::
Lu Ann Rabe
".,. and Dee Clark sister of the I 9:13: > .1 in'fhurhday *: .
bride. Mass: 6:30: pm. e

:\lIor'I'lIlollsJt'dal:: Novena:
Si4ReZs The bridesmaids wore,: pale saurda\( 7 pin. -.
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length gowns with Empire bodice \\II.LIV\r.S.: Keystone
and full long sleeves made lel( lits r

\ entirely of rows of shirred 5'lInda111.: ...., 9 a.m.

Chantilly lace in white. The \\elnesd.n' :Mass: & Novena

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eased fullness of yellow chiffon, 8l"N\l S
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I' WERE SURE ORPHAN! MB.S.. THEGROUCMIEST MEANEST, ISIM'T Oi- :. GROUCHY 15 NOW DRIVING. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Comer Ferryman I EP4: DYING STAV OF FA MV OLE. THAT ) A 'B RIGHT NEW OUTLOOK ROM .
Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Red- Misses Merri and Lisa Collins YOURPROPERTY! DUFFER IN TOWN! '
dish spent the last week with of Pelham, Ga. are visit- of Jacksonville are spend- VISIT A 'CAR
their ing two weeks with his mother, POLYAMMA'' II BALDWII A :
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddishin ing aunt, Mrs. J. R. Kite. : L
New Mrs E. K. Perryman, at her WONDER IiI
Orleans. .Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Dyal of cottage on Kingsley Lake. JHEYIILET-IUS: :
NM-M
WHOS GOJA
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hogue, Delray Beach are visiting Mrs.T. t I
Sr. had as Saturday guests Mr. TNAY '
D. Dyal this week. Mrs. M.L. Boone and children ADO'PT,
and Mrs. Fred Hogue, Jr. and Lori and Danny, have returned N2I ... d.w I SON .
daughters of Jacksonville. Rev. and Mrs. John Daven- to their home in Portland I .:E ,
Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller port and daughter attended the Ore. after spending two ; I
visited Mr. and Mrs. Edgar funeral of Mrs. Davenport's weeks here with Mrs. Boone's c
Gunter in Eau Gallic from Wed father In Dallas,Texas on Tues- father, J. G. Davidson, and her t : .
nesday to Sunday. day. They will return toStarke uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.V. Pfc Darold!! Crawford Is crying r I
Mrs. Ida Lou Smith, of Pax- July 16. R. Ferguson.Mr. with the 3rd Marine Divis- II
ton, daughter of Mrs. Lucille ion In North Vietnam. I ,rI ( C. I

Davis, underwent surgery recently Mr. and Mrs.Herbert Thomas and Mrs. Marion Har- Pfc Darold Crawford enlistedIn I. ... .-._ --.. .
and of Pa- ---- ---- ----- "'------
at Memorial!: Hospital, have returned after ten days rington daughter, the Marine Corps In August
Floral, Ala. touring South Florida. latka, and Mr. and Mrs. Billy 1968 and is serving with the 3rd
,,'rte .- Harrington and daughter of Marine Division in North Vietnam -
l C 1jC Jacksonville, were 4th of July His address is 242-9171.
weekend guests of their mother, M. Co. 3-43rd Marine Div. FPO I
Mrs. Gladys Harrington. San Franci'co Calif. STARKECHRYSLERPLYMOUTH

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Dealingand -
Sgt. Lawrence Mosley 9th
sons, of Jacksonville, spent
At ] Sunday here visiting Mrs. L.D. Infantry Division squad leader,
4 C1 Green at the Bradford County was wounded June Iln Vietnam.
+ t Hospital and Mr. Green at He was shot in the right lea
r his home. and the left side of the back.
Sgt Mosley is in an Army hospital
Mrs. N'eedham: Hurst has returned in Japan. He will be trans-
to her home in Indiana- ferred to a hospital! at Ft. Ben-
polis, Ind., enroute f rom Homa- ninsr Ga. shortly
sassa Springs where she at- Any frInds who would like to
;b. tended the Hurst family reunion send Sgt. Mosley: a card may

from Thursday through Sat- get in touch with his wife Double-Barrel Bargains
.
; urday. While here she was the Linda, by phoning 964-7577. :
guest of her mother, Mrs. W.
E 0 Sgt. Mosley Is the son of Mr.
S. Slade, and her sister, Mrs. and Mrs. Irvin Mosley of
Clyde Sinclair.Mr. Starke.Electronics.' Year-end Clearance

and Mrs. J.G. Stalnakerand Technician 3rd ,

children, of Brunswick, Ga., Class Marlon Payne Jr., USN,
were 4th of July weekend guests A.
son of Mr. and Mrs. M
of her Mr. and Mrs.J. .
parents,
Payne of Starke, is aboard the
d fr.M G. Jackson. They were
USS Guadalcanal in the Carib-
joined on the 4th by Mrs. Don
bean Sea off Puerto Rico. The
Tilley, of Jacksonville.
ship recently participated in a B.YHA .
Miss Lillian Stump spent the joint amphibious and airborne
4th of July with her brother- exercise designed to test and

M1Nb. in-law and sister, Mr.and Mrs.W. improve existing joint service
H. Thomson, in Monticello. procedures.Mr. .

with Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Crosby DEAL w
RO\I-\STIC-Gossamer: sheer encircled r
cotton organdy
and children were guests of the t t ,fi', ler Newport
ruffles of eyelet embroidery creates a romantic look for 1
summer weddings. Designed by William Cahill of California A. L, Crosbys, Jr., the Bill Ham sL / Door HardtopNEWV
the dress is styled with sculptured bodice and flaring A-llne monds and other relatives
skirt that sweeps into a chapel-length train. from Friday until Sunday.
and Mrs. Roger Mathewsand
Mr. and Mrs. Eimer Jones of Herbert Green and son Char- Bernard Hunt of Bonifay spent family of Palatka were Fri

Norwalk, Calif.: Dodge: Hardy, les, and Mrs. J. H. Fields spent the weekend here with his mother day 'visitors of Mrs. Margie
of Pompano Beach! ; Mrs Agnes Thursday to Saturday in Cocoa Mrs. Henrietta Hunt. Dowling and family enroute to /
Bleasdale! and children, of Mar- with Mrs. Harold Ford. California and a month's tour qN
ianna, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mrs. J. R. Kite spent the long Mr. and Mrs. John Kope- of the West
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. lousos and have returned G'UpSq
Gay and daughter of Jacksonville family Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Holmes -
in Pelham, Ga. to their home in Birmingham -
Beach were guests of Mr. Ralph Collins of Lake Butler spent the
:
Mrs. C.: A. Futch and Joe Ala. after a week's
,
and Mrs A. L. Crosby Jr., Mrs. weekend at Lake Bedford as
Slstrunk spent the Fourth with visit with and Mrs. Eu-
Myrtice Nichols; and Mrs. L. H. Rep. guests of Mrs. Jessie Chastain J'P)7'yGS
Futch in
Futch from Tuesday until Monday Mr. and Mrs. Merrill gene Shaw at Kingsley Lake.
Tallahassee.Mrs. .
Henry O'Hara returned Mr. and Mrs L. W. Rosier Ricky Crawford of Brooks-

Rev. and :Mrs Robert D. Friday after two weeks visit Jr. and daughter, of Gainesville ville is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Crawford for few
Blair Pharesof last weekend at Rudolph a
Burch have returned from the with Mr. and Mrs. spent
Bahama Islands. Winter Park and Mr. and Camp Blanding with Mr. and weeks.
Mrs. L. M. Herbrand of Daytona Mrs. L. W. Rosier Sr. They Mr. and Mrs. Hoist C, Beall t

:Mr. and :'oIl's.Iaxle: Carter were accompanied home by and son of Macon. Ga. spent
Gene Pass and baby son Mrs. Roster's niece Sherry
Sr. had as 4th of July guests Mrs. the July 4th weekend with Mr.
:'011'. and :Mrs Leon Butler, of returned Monday after spendinglast Solze, who will spend a week and Mrs. J. L. Gentry.
week with Mr. and Mrs. with them. fix
!Middleburg; :Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crawford in Lake City.L. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Chism w--

CO\'e'Henry Wellhousen, of Green C. Smith of Miami spent Darby Peek of Lake City and family and Nancy Naples r
:Mr. and Mrs
Springs; the weekend with his mother, was a guest Sunday of his of Keystone Heights were In N'r
Steven and Greg <<
Hob :McCuIlinK,
O'Hara. mother, :Mrs S, L. Peek Sr. Eustis Sunday visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Henry
:,1.CulllnglInnle: Carter, and Charles and :Martha Futchof Mrs. C. D. Baker and family.J. PSporl Fury 2-Onn Hanllo'
:Mrs\ Randolph; Crosby, all of will Fri- Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gllling-
spend
M.i\\ille.: :\\11'. and Mrs: :Maxie Tallahassee with Mrs. C. A. Futch and ham Jr. and children, of Jack- S. Waters, son of Mr. and AUTHORIZED DEALERS 1 CHRYSLER
Carter Jr. and Keith visited Joe day Sistrunk.Mr. sonville, were guests last week Mrs. J. L. Waters of Lawteyleft w MOTORS CORPORATION
them in the afternoon. Mrs. last :Monday for four months
and :Mrs Leon Shimer of of her parents Mr. and Mrs I
Jewell Johns of Jacksonville Basic Training at Ft. Jackson
i the holiday Guy Sale at Kingsley Lake.
I also visited with the Carters St. Augustine spend S. C. with the National: Guard. liUVV
weekend with Mrs. Shimer'sp.rents Get deal the
'on the 4th. and Mrs. Foster !Mrs. E. F. Miles has returned a bargain on
I Mr. from ten days' vacation Misses Linda: Morgan and DI-

Shi Mr.Smith and Mrs. A. J. ThomasJr. with her son and daughter-! : and their Griffls brother-in-law were guests and sister of, CHRYSLER or PLYMOUTH of your choice

\ all about and family of Fort Lauderdale in- law Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Mr. and !Mrs Ed Cadannaugh
Mr. and :Mrs JosephG. !Miles and family Valdosta, in Tallahassee over the week-
F l Wood and family, of Gain- Ga. and with Mrs.! L, II. Gold- end.
1JJ fb : smith In Warner Robbins Ga. e e S e S a 0
esville, Mrs. Jessie Morgan 4 Fe" e e e-eSeS-eSeS- eea e e e e e-
and Mrs. Taratus of Jackson- Mr. and :Mrs. Jerry Williamsand
ville, Mr. and :Mrs A.J. Thomas :Miss Patricia Blackstone and children of Gainesville Mr.
IIYN Sr. and :Mr. and Mrs. Del- children of Houston Texas are and :Mrs. Ca rlton Chastain and II
thoughtour
all of visiting her parents, :Mr. and you
Thomas and family, :Mrs. Margaret Woods and dau-
ano
I \ '( Y'S: I Pl.OWKUgINSL'tTS ; : ;
Starke, spend the Fourth at the :Mrs C. G. Hill at Kingsley ghters of Starke were 4th of

ANDINNOCENCE Thomas, Jr.cottage Kingsley Lake.
July guests of Mrs. Jessie
!! Lake. Chastain on Lake Bedford. '
Thro:.*;'out the world and :Mr. and :Mrs Chris Kosmos Rep. and :Mrs Eugene haw 69 Plymoulhs
-eld 'm c" ,uigng! with locality and children of Pensacola and were hosts Friday, July 4, at a Denton DeV oe, who was a-
flowers easy the same me.fwe. ..- :Mr. and :Mrs. George Lawrence dinner at their homeon Kingsley warded the Bronze Star and Air
and two grandchildren of Grand- Lake. Those attending were :\Ir. :Medal at Ft. Benning for flying
.
ridge wer e weekend visitorsof and :Mrs. J.R. Wainwright 23 missions over hostile territory -
two thousand:
:Mr. and :Mrs ILK T "Us. son, David Mrs F, J. Shaw, is leaving for Ft. Ord, were unbeatable belore.
e.uago 'theru :! E2 John A, Williams, son Mr. and Mrs Carl LamarJohnsand Calif. where he will be sta- .
': meant 'in.It of :Mr. and :Mrs. :Mack L, Williams family, all of Starke; :Mr. tioned.
; and it was :Monday for and :Mrs. Lamar Shaw and
left bv plane : son.
CA. ,lade into a Oakland, Calif. He will leave of :Miami; Mr. and Mrs Ovid Steve Denmark and friend, TAKE AIM ON THIS BLAST OF I
.ee roan: of tho- from there for duty Vietnam. Bennett, of Jacksonville; and Ernie Hobbs, were guests of
:s.' Friends of Mrs: L.W. Rosier Mr.: and Mrs.: John Kopelousosand the S. G. Denmarks over the

mother: biblical Jr. Hill be interested to know family of Birmingham, Ala. weekend from the Universityof
"> lower the Uy that she was on the President'sList Georgia. : : YEAR-END CLEARANCE SAVINGS
1 mans innocorce. for the last session at Mr. and Mrs! RlcJibwg! Hardyof

Red loses speak then the University of Florida. Only Pompano Beach were weekend Mr. and :Mrs Vernon Sil- .... ,
rd3.! "I love ycuM tlirongh-: ; st.1.1.s who make straight A's guests of :\11', and Mrs. A. cox had as weekend guests :Mr.
out the world: are included on the list. :Mrs. L, Crosby Jr., Mrs Myrtles and :Mrs C. L. Biggs of Orlando -

tIe*sages! sent in floral offer. Rosier Is the former Phvllls Nichols :Mr: : and Mrs DonaldCarter .
:Miller; of :\11'. and and FrilYKsJ
mgs are: the most tender and daughter other relatives;
lovely ycu can 9id. Send ours! :Mrs S. :M. :Miller of Starke. S/ Sgt. and :Mrs Joseph A.

Call us the:! next; time you want Airman 1st class Billy Dean Mr.: and Mrs: Leo C, Champion Gay and son, Jerry of Columbia is ** PRICED TO GO !
flowers.It Thompson of Denver, Colo is had Art Siebert of Jacksonville S. C. :Miss Laura
is so easy tJ, have beautiful home on leave. as a guest over the Caperton and Kcnnie Capertonof
home or Snt; to holiday I.awrenceburg Term, were
flew era In yur
:Mrs. Pat Spengler will enter
friend all that is camping at Kingsley Lake last
-
a special;:
necessary. is to telephone us Bradford for County Hospital :Monday :Mrs Shellie Gerle had as week.
surgery on Tuesday guests from Thursday to :Monday -
her son in law and :Mrs. B, A. Pope and daughter.
daughter :Mr. and :Mrs Brad- :Miry Lois, of :Norfolka.-; are

ford Locke, and grandsons, of spending two weeks at the Ad- m risl
LAKE CITYSPEEDWAY Tampa. :\11'. and Mrs.: Locke kins cottage on Kinsley Lake.
will leave
Hew to Boston, :Mass Monday Mrs. Smith Uevoe I
vacation and this week for HI Paso, Texasto
for ten days
to attend the wedding of Mr. take her grandchildren backto customer customer
Locke's sister, Catherine, to the home of their parents, STARKE
13. Capt. and :Mrs Smith De\oe.
Franklin Bent HI on July oare
care
The Locke children are stay- From there she will spend ten
mother days vacationing Mexico: .
ing with their grand
while their parents are in:Massachusetts :Misses Candy Woodburn of

CHAMPIONSHIPRACES Winter Park and Teresa De-
of Gainesville were CHRYSLER PLYMOUTHAUTHORIZED
:Mrs Lucille Davis visited Angelis -
19 her on in law and daughter, weekend guests \lr.and\lrs.: : .
Saturday Night, July :Mr. and :Mrs H.G. Davis In :X.-; L..Woodburn.Mr .
Gainesville last week. : and :Mrs W. W. Flip-
pin Nashville:-; Tenn. and

Time Trials 7:30 :Mr. and :Mrs Charles Darby, :Mr. and :Mrs Clifford Sinks DEALER CHRYSLER
:Mr. and :Mrs Handy Johns and of Jackson, Tenn. spent Mon- 4i MOTORS CORPORATION
family, and :Mrs Emmett Ak- day and Tuesday with Mr. and
First Race 8:30 ridge spent the long weekendat :Mrs Robbie Shaller.Mr. .

Horseshoe Beach. and :Mrs 1L.: Wood-

Bombers 2 Heats 35 Lap Feature Mrs. Dolph Reddish who burn spent Thursday and Friday Phone 9646600Eston
with Mr. and :Mrs. James
underwent surgery last Tuesdayat u; S. 301 North 1
Double in Babson Park.
Sportsmars 2 Heats -- 50 Lap Feature the Methodist Hospital in

Jacksonville, returned home to-
$1,500.00 PURSE day. BIRTHS Jordan Don Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hazen

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthrvs: announce the birth of a son,
spent Friday in Orlando with Jeffery Marvin, on June 27,
Mrs. II. B. McLendon. in Alachua General Hospital. .

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T o' u' 1 1t Wedding PartyEntertained Three Graduates
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1 Of'Interest !AI 6 Honored At Tea


Dr. and Mrs. LaVerne Grain .Mrs Alma Leta Sparks, Mrs.

WOMENGladys I' Strough. of Worthington, Minn. r. Jackie Johns, Mrs. Jean Lefev-
pL were hosts Wednesday night ers and Mrs. JoAnn PusseU

w July 2, at 7 o'clock, when they were hostess at a tea honoring
were hosts at dinner followingthe three recent graduates, Jean
..,. -- wedding rehearsal of their
Moot/: Phone 864-7608!
--- - Davis Mary Frances Brough-
niece. Miss Betty Jo Warren ton nd Faye Dyal at the homeof
Mr. and Mrs Anders and her fiance Preston Guth- Mrs. Sparks on June 15.

fl1w1 Honored 50thAnniversary k rie.The
on ,
U-shaped table in the The honorees and their moth-

Pecan Room of the Garden ers were presented corsages of

Restaurant was decorated with red carnations. School! colors

The home of Mr. and Mrs. O. garlands. of Shasta daisies, and were carried out in the party
J Anders at Lawtey was the fern, and was centered with an room.

!setting on Sunday afternoon. arrangement of white gladioli

June 22, for a reception In honor I'S carnations, daisies and Fugl Thirty-five guests called be-

of their Golden Wedding Anniversary mums. Silver candelabra hold- tween the hours 3 and 5.

Hosts on this occas- I IAi ing burning white tapers balanced -
ion were the Anders' children. I the centerpiece. BaldreeBradleyMr.

L'' Mrs. Pauline O'Tocle and Among the nineteen guests and Mrs. Bobby D. Bald-
f daughter, Cheri, of Los Angeles k were members of the bridal ree, of Route 2, Green Cove CARD OF THANKSWe

r Calif., Mr. and Mrs. James An- party and the maternal grand- Springs announce the engage- wish to express our appreciation -
ders, of Palatka Mr. and Mrs. parents of the bride-elect Mr. ment of their daughter Barbara to all the friendsfor

Johnny Jenkins and children of and Mrs. C. W Dye of Spencer Ann, to Ralph Earl Bradley their acts of kindness and

Jacksonville, and 'Mr. and Mrs. ) \ W. Va., and maternal grand- son of Mr. and Mrs R. L Brad- sympathy In our recent bereavement -

O. W Anders and Bill Jr. w\x parents of the bridegroom, Mr. ley of Orange Park. in the passing of our
The refreshment table was \ and Mrs. Fowler of Johnson The bride-elect U a 1968 grad- beloved sister. --

1r covered with a white lace cloth City. uate of Clay High School and Is
The family of Mrs. Pearl
s .6 ? + centered with a threetieredcake now employed with Business Haertle.

flanked on either side by Shower Given Efficiency Aids of Green Cove--
flower arrangements. Springs. Her fiance I is a 1967
Refreshments were served For Janet HardyMiss graduate of Orange Park High THE BRADFORD

.: .r during the afternoon.The School and is employed with COUNTY TELEGRAPH

"'/ .ddt G children presented Mr. : Janet Hardy brideelectof American Coolalr Co. of Jack. Published. every Thursdayat
'
J .r-'" .N.I" abf \ '...- and Mrs. Anders a beautiful r August 2, was honored at sonville. 138 W. Call Street

:.1.{ chandelier for the living roomas a miscellaneous shower Tuesday Starke Florida" 32091
i i a memento of the occasion. : :night by Mrs. R. A. Colson. BIRTHSMr.

More than 120 guests called j. KCX Mrs. Larue Second class
Williams and Mrs. postage paid
r-'f'.Jrf and Mrs. J. H. Raulersonof
J 1Ii.: t during the hours 2 to :3 o'clock: Robert Barksdale at the homeof Gainesville announce the at Starke, Florida.
the latter on W. Madison St,
birth of a son, Joseph Hardee, Vutacrlptlon Rates:
Donna Lou Patray Weds Mr. Brewer. '\1 Arrangements of summer on June 28 in Alachua General
Duplicate Bridge _
flowers were used in the party hospital. Grandparents Mr In trade area: $3.00 per

In First Baptist Church Ceremony Club ResultsThe Nancy Drew Clark Becomes Bride rooms. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly of are Starke year: $2.75 six months.
Refreshments Outside trade area: $5JO
were served to
and and
Miss Donna Lou Patray satin cummerbund encircled the Starke Duplicate Bridge Of J. L. Bradley Jr. In Eau Gallie the 40 guests. erson Mr.of Santa Mrs.. Fe.Hardee Raul- per year; '3.00 six month

daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ernie waistline, terminating In a bow Club had four and a half tablesin -

Don Patray. of Starke. and Gary at the back with streamers' play at the Pratt Street Recreation Miss Nancy Drew Clark The flower girl Shelly' Cotron, Remember
Wayne Brewer son of Mr. and falling to the hem line. They Center Tuesday night daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill wore a miniature version of the Carp's Open Sunday 1 to 6 P.

Mrs. Otis E. Brewer, of Lawtey wore blue satin bows In their July 1.EastWest. D. Clark of Eau Game, and bridesmaids' gowns, in pale

exchanged vows in a candlelight hair, and their flowers were winners were Mrs John Leslie Bradley Jr., son of yellow.All .
ceremony at 3:30: p.m Saturday yellow and white daisies. J. D. Odom and Mrs. GeorgeE. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bradley of \\p
June 14. In the first Bap- Miller with a score of 30. Dr. Kingsley Lake, were united in attendants carried white ., '
Little Marsha Kave Patraywas and Mrs. Gruen baskets of shasta daisies. r. T.
tist Church of Starke!!. Rev W. Harry were marriage at 3 p.m. Sunday

A. Hogan. pastor of the! church flower girl and Brian Gas- second with 29''. North-South June 22, in Harbor City Baptist Mr. Bradley, Sr. served his :
sett was ring bearer
performed the ceremony. winners were Carole Mussollne Church, Eau Gallie. son as best man. Ushers
were
and Della with
Rosenberg a
Two large baskets of gladioliand Wilbur Waters served Mr. score of 35. Mrs. Sherrod Ham An arch of yellow roses and Dale Borst Keith Mizelle, MIchael :

daisies against a background Brewer as best man. Ushers ilton and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin daisies was used over the prayer Waters Mark Bradley ,
were Keith and Mark Patray, Steve Revell, and Pate #
of fern trees decoratedthe finished second with 31. Overall bench and candelabra dec- Gas'ett.
altar. The bridal party brothers of the bride. Tex' Pat winners were Mrs. Odom and orated with the fame flowers Michael Abdon was ring bear. y
stood befor' arch of candles rick and Earl Crockett.
an Mrs Miller. held lighted tapers. er. LANKE
flanked on cither side: by spiralsof Following the ceremony a reception The weekly tournaments are JG
Rev. Dan Wade the officiating T'
was held in the educational was a r ry'
candles.
building of the church, open to the public, and all minister. Nuptial music Following the ceremony
music bridge players are Invited to Mrs. All a reception was held at Th
provided by
A program of nuptial where baskets of daisies! and was
wa presented by Mrs. Joan gladioli were used in decorating.The attend. Sessions start at 7:30: :Schluter soloist, and Carl Reth- Pines Banquet Room Indian
Chitty. soloist accompanied by bride's table was covered p.m. each Tuesday night In the wisch, organist. Harbor Beach where an arch

Mrs. Charles] Francis orgarin.t with a white s":\tln cloth, covered air-conditioned Pratt Street of roses and daisies was usedas AYAWAoss I..
with orgAndy, and centeredby Recreation Center.LuncKeon The bride, who was given In a background for the bride's

Given in marriage by her a three-tiered cake topped marriage by her father wore a table. The four-tiered wedding A' .I., yC/"e
father the! bride wore a formal with miniature bride!! and gown of silk organza over peau cake was decorated with dais. rbLf
gown of white: s.1k organza over groom. Punch was served froma l Given de sole. Designed with the ies, bells and doves. Punchbowls ; 1 I

bridal taffeta The empire bod- crystal bowl encircled with For Mrs. Guthrie "Edwardian look," the gown on two smaller: tables
Ice featured a bateau necklne! was styled with a princess line were encircled with the same
and short lace sleeves. The fern.Mrs. falling at back to a sweeping flowers.
BenToxley greeted Mrs. Preston Guthrie Jr., who
chapel train was adorned with guests at the door and Miss prior to her marriage on July cathedral train. The high neck-
lace appliques: and the bride's Sheryl Ward kept the bride'sbook. 3 was Miss Betty Jo Wan-en line of French Alencon lace. The bride Is a 1968 !graduateof
elboI"nllth veil of Illusionwas with a small ruffled collar was Eau Gallie High School, and
Cutting and serving the was the Inspiration for a lovely y'r,
attached to a pillbox of cake were Misses Evelvn Sin luncheon Wednesday July 2, at repeated at the cuffs of the full was employed as a records gkai
satin and pearls Her flowers:: clerk at the Eau
gathered sleeves. An appliqued Gallie Police
clair and Ginger!! Baldwin. Assisting one o'clock at the Holiday Inn.
were white daisies centered' in serving Mrs H. band of Alencon lace with a row Department ,.. '
were :
with an orchid and she carried of tiny covered buttons extended ..
this occasion
Hostesses on
P. Morgan Mrs. John D. Johns,
A white Bible Her only orna. down the front of the gown Mr. Bradley graduated from SOC P
Mrs. Jerry 0. Gay Mrs. Willie] were Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs Bradford
ment waa cameo necklaceand from necklace to hem. The High School In 196(5.(
Mae Denton, and Misses Lucille Maxie Carter Sr., and Mrs. Guy attended '
bracelet St. Johns River Col-
Kauffman Sandra Sale. cathedral train was attached at
Huggins lege and served in the U. S. '
the shoulder and bordered
:Suss Cindy Sink': was maid of Teresa Brewer, and Sharon A pink color scheme was usedIn with lace was Army. He is now employed with .P.. .
matching applique.
honor, and bridesmaids were Rowe. decorating the long luncheon:: Her headpiece of and Southern Discount Co. in Starke. HOLDS :
Maces:, Marsha Brewer Susan Mr. and Mrs. Brewer are now table where 18 guests were lace had organza illusion
Alencon long
Godbold Linda Scogttins and at home at 305 Washington Si- a
seated. Bridal place cat'dsmal'ked
veil appliqued at the bottom After a wedding! trip!! to the y
Susan Autrv Junior bridesmaids following a wedding trip to Day-
the seating
arrange- edge with lace. The bridal bou- Smoky Mountains of North Carolina -
we: Denise Brewer and BriarPatray. tona Beach.
ment. Also marking the brideelect.s quet was of pale yellow roses the couple returned to reside until it getsCOLD '
The bride graduated from
place was a corsage of
lilies of the valley, and seed at Kingsley Lake. I
Bradford High School and attended .
pink carnations.The
centered with white
pearls, a
All attendants wore identical: Santa Fe Junior College
gowns cf light; blue satin cover Mr. Brewer al.-o graduated honoree was presentedwith orchid.

ed with white voile The bodices from Bradford High and is employed the vegetable bawl:: in her Miss Linda Rabe served as SE'KVJCE' SCHEDULECATHOLIC !

were' fashioned: : with Vigh neckline by Clay Electric Cooperative chosen pattern of china as a maid of honor and bridesmaidswere Churches :
and short sleeves.' A blue at Keystone Heights. memento of the occasion.Sfl8 Misses Terri O'Dell I r
ST. HW',VRD'S. Starke: :
Nancy Kendall.
Becky Wilson
Su.: I I. v :M.i18 ar.cl:
/ Suzanne : i in : '
/uun Blckner Lu Ann Rabe,
I ,, and Dee Clark, sister of the 9:1: !I.:; .I in AI: i C
bride. 'rhur'da1.1'1., : 6:30: p.m.
S1l1Ixer$1), :\I1I1"'uI01l510'(1011: Novena: ::

\-.:::: ) yellow-white The bridesmaids chiffon wore formal pale Saturday. 7 p.m. It

length gowns with Empire bod- \\IILI.nl'S.. Keystone
ice and full long sleeves made Ift'hlhl'lSunday

\ entirely of rows of shirred :Mass, 9 a.m. I

Chantilly lace in white. The Wt'tnl'sdayIa'l'l: & Novena,
skirt were fashioned with 7 p.m. \
eased fullness of yellow chiffon 'l% Nlsh $
and the bodices: were belted in !ST. :M\RY'S :Slacclennv In
moss green satin. They WOI'Pwide !Sunday i :lass, 110;:! a.m. e 369
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N brimmed dyed to match Beautiful'' \ pebb\eto\ Loc k-nap
p\ad.
horsehair hats with band and b\ue\ !
-- -- --- ot Sa'eveaVe \
: ., streamers of green satin. The pink duces pi'ng.\ washable\ .
maid of honor's \
gown was identical tlIachneH
except in spring green. ot maU\ng.

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WERE SURE: ORPHAN! HE. THE MEANEST, ISN'T OLE GROUCHY 15 NOw DRIVING
I EN:10VIN6 rAYOFfAMw GROUCHIEST OLE TM/VT-- A 'B RIGHT NEW OUTLOOK FROM I
Mr. and Mrs. Comer Perry-
Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Red- Misses Merri and Lisa Collins YOURPROPERTY! DuFFER IN TOWN ;
dish spent the last week with of Pelham, Ga. are visit- man of Jacksonville are spend- "ISI'r P 1 ;;; "'; ( I
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddishin ing their aunt, Mrs. J, R. Kite. ing two weeks with his mother, 'POLYAWNA! % III .ALDWIN rcz !:: :
New Orleans. Mrs. E. K. Perryman, at her I JI
.Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Dyal of cottage on Kingsley Lake. r AKEYRILET:) OLDS
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hogue, ti t FIM-M,4 % GON/tJA:
Delray Beach are visiting Mrs. ,
I
Sr. had as Saturday Mr. HAY 0I
guests
Mrs. M.L. Boone and chil- ADOPT VA
T. D. Dyal this week. II ,
and Mrs. Fred Hogue, Jr. and dren Lori and have ,
Danny, returned II I TCL.w I SON: ,
daughters of Jacksonville. Rev. and Mrs. John Daven- to their home In Port- +..Co .:ES -,
Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller port and daughter attended the land, Ore. after spending two I I
visited Mr. and Mrs. Edgar funeral of Mrs. Davenport's weeks here with Mrs. Boone's c;

Gunter in Eau Gallic from Wed father In Dallas,Texas on Tues- father, J. G. Davidson, and her I r ,
nesday to Sunday. day. They will return toStarke uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.V. PIc Darold Crawford Is erv-
Mrs. Ida Lou Smith, of Pax- July 16. R. Ferguson. Ing with the 3rd Marine Divis I FI ,
ton, daughter of Mrs. Lucille ion in North Vietnam.Pfc .
Davis, underwent surgery recently Mr. and Mrs.Herbert Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Marion Harrington Darold Crawford enlisted .. ,
.
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at Memorial Hospital, have returned after ten days and daughter, of Pa- in the Marine Corps in August
Floral, Ala. touring South Florida. latka, and Mr. and Mrs. Billy 1968 and 1s serving! with the 3rd
rii -. Harrington and daughter, of Marine Division In North Vietnam
Jacksonville, were 4th of July Hij address is 242-9171.
weekend guests of their mother, M. Co. 3-43rd Marine Div FPO I

Mrs. Gladys Harrington. San Franci'co, Calif. STARKEDCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Dealingand -
ii*; i
sons, of Jacksonville, spent Sgt. Lawrence Mosley, 9th
Sunday here visiting Mrs. L.D. Infantry Division squad leader,
ar H Green at the Bradford County was wounded June 1 in Vietnam.He .
6+ t. F iW Hospital, and Mr. Green at was shot in the right leg
his home. and the left side of the back.
Sgt. Mosley is In an Army hospital
Mrs. Needham Hurst has returned In Japan. He will be trans- 1 1oubleBarrel
to her home In Indiana- ferred to a hospital! at Ft. Ben-
polis, Ind., enroute from Homa- nlng Ga shortly.
r sassa Springs, where she at- Any frlnds who! would like to
tended the Hurst family reunion send Sgt. Mosley: a card may
from Thursday through Sat- get in touch with his wife Bargains
urday. While here she was the Linda by phoning: 964-7577.
guest of her mother, Mrs. W. Sgt. Mosley is the son of Mr.
; S. Slade, and her sister, Mrs. and Mrs. Irvin Mosley o1Starke

f Clyde Sinclair. Year-end Clearance

Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Stalnakerand Electronics Technician 3rd

children,of Brunswick, Ga., Class Marion Payne Jr. USN, r
a were 4th of July weekend guests son of Mr. and Mrs. M. A.
of her Mr. and Mrs.J. .
parents, Payne of Starke, Is aboard the :
G. Jackson. They were t-
.
USS Guadalcanal in the Carib- .
Joined on the 4th by Mrs. Don --
i
iws. bean Sea off Puerto Rico. The :
.
of Jacksonville.
Tilley, ; < "
in ,
ship recently participated a '
'
Miss Lillian Stump spent the joint amphibious and airborne
4th of July with her brother- exercise designed to test and \ iOE
.:.. a w.r, in-law and sister, Mfr and Mrs.W. Improve existing joint service 0'yt4AMATE

H. Thomson, in Monticello.Mr. procedures.Mr. [


ROM: ,\NTIC-Gossamer sheer cotton organdy encircled with and Mrs. Lamar Crosby a -
ruffles of eyelet embroidery creates a romantic look for and children were guests of the 1 I'. ;h 1 r Nowport
A. L. Crosbys, Jr. the Bill Ham- 7-Door Hardtop
summer weddings. Designed by William Cahill of California
the dress is styled with sculptured bodice and flaring A-line monds. and other relatives &&
skirt that sweeps into a chapel-length train. from Friday until Sunday.
and Mrs. Roger Mathewsand '
Mr. and Mrs. Eimer Jones of Herbert Green and son,Charles Bernard Hunt of Bonifay spent family of Palatka were Fri- %
Norwalk Calif.: Dodge: Hardy, and Mrs. J. II.Fields spent the weekend here with his mother day visitors of Mrs. Margie
of Pompano Beach: Mrs. Agnes Thursday to Saturday In Cocoa Mrs. Henrietta Hunt. Dowling and family enroute to
Blgasdale! and children, of Mar- with Mrs. Harold Ford. California and a month's tour
Ianna and :Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mrs. J. R. Kite spent the long Mr. and Mrs. John Kope- of the West. N

Gay and daughter of Jacksonville ;: : weekend with Mr. and Mrs. lousos and family have returned Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hol- PfJ ..vpS41vNQs
Collins in Pelham, Ga. to their home in Birm-
Beach were guests of :\11'. Ralph mes of Lake Butler spent the
and Mrs. A. L. Crosby Jr., Mrs. Mrs. C.: A. Futch and Joe ingham, Ala. after a week's weekend at Lake Bedford as :
Myrtlce Nichols: and !Mrs. L. H. Sistrunk spent the Fourth with visit with Rep. and Mrs. Eu- guests of Mrs. Jessie Chastaln.
Futch from Tuesday until Mon. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Futch in gene Shaw at Kingsley Lake.
Tallahassee.Mrs. .
day. Henry O'Hara returned Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Rosier Ricky Crawford of Brooks-

Rev. and :Mrs Robert D. Friday after two weeks visit Jr. and daughter, of Gaines- ville is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs.Blair Phares ville last weekend at Rudolph Crawford for a few
Burch have: returned from the with Mr. spent
Bahama Islands. of Winter Park and Mr. and Camp Blanding with Mr. and weeks.
Mrs. L. M. Herbrand of Daytona Mrs. LV.. Rosier Sr. They Mr. and Mrs. Hoist C. Beall

:\11'. and :Mrs :Maxie CarterSr. were accompanied home by and son of Macon, Ga. spent
had as 4th of July guests Mrs Gene Pass and baby son Mrs. Rosier's niece, Sherry the July 4th weekend with Mr.
:Mr. and :Mrs Leon Butler, of returned Monday after spendinglast Seize, who will spend a week and Mrs. J. L. Gentry.
: :\11'. and Mrs. week with Mr. and Mrs. with them.
MIddleburg; and Mrs. R. R. Chism
Mr.
Bobby Crawford in Lake City.L. '
of Green .
\\ellhousen,
Henry \Z r
\ C. Smith of Miami spent Darby Peek of Lake City and family and Nancy Naples >
Cove :Mr. and Mrs. L.
\ Springs "
Bob :McCulling;, Steen and Greg the weekend with his mother, was a guest Sunday of his of Keystone Heights were in __ ., ,. "-,,,--w_ I
Mrs. Henry O'Hara. mother, Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. Eustis Sunday visiting Mr. and
: Carter and ,
:M.Culling, Minnie and Sport Fury 2.Door Haidlot
Charles and :Martha Futch :Mrs. C. D. Baker family.J.
:Mrs Handolph Crosby, all of
and Mrs. Keith Gilling-
:\I.u..llle.Ir.: and :Mrs. :Maxie of Tallahassee will spend Fri- Mr. ,
S. Waters, of Mr. and
day with Mrs. C. A, Futch and ham Jr. and children, of Jack- son AUTHORIZED DEALERS CHRYSLER
Carter Jr. and Keith visited
sonville, were guests last weekof Mrs. J. L. Waters of Lawteyleft 4a1 MOTORS
Joe Sistrunk. f CORPORATION
them in the afternoon. Mrs. Mrs. last :Monday for four months : :
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shimer of her parents, Mr. and I
Jewell Johns, of Jacksonville,
St. Augustine spend the holiday Guy Sale, at Kingsley Lake. Basic Training at Ft. Jackson,
also visited with the Carters'on
S. C. with the National; Guard.
weekend with Mrs. Shimer'sparents llUVW Get deal the
the 4th. :Mr. and Mrs. Foster Mrs. E. F. Miles has returned Misses Linda: Morgan and Dl- a bargain on
from ten days' vaca-

Shi Mr.Smith.and Mrs. A. J. ThomasJr. tion with her son and.daughterin and their Griffis brother-in-law were guests and sister of, : CHRYSLER or PLYMOUTH of your choice

all about and family, of Fort Laud- law, Mr. and :Mrs B. F. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cadannaugh,
erdale, Mr. and :Mrs. JosephG. Miles, and family Valdosta, in Tallahassee over the week-
Eo# Wood and family I of Gain- Ga., and with Mrs L, II. Gold- end.
Ul0'fh, esville, Mrs. Jessie Morganand smith in Warner Robbins, Ga. - --
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Mrs. Taratus of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williamsand
Mr. and :l.lrs.-\. Thomas Miss Patricia Blackstone and children of Gainesville, Mr.
HVM Sr. and :\11'. and Mrs. Del- children of Houston Texas are and :Mrs. Carlton Chastain and uvournou9niour

N \ .VS. PJ.OXVKItS) : : ano Thomas and family, all of visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs: Margaret Woods and dau- i
Starke, spend the Fourth at the :Mrs. C. G. Hill at Kingsley ghters of Starke were 4th of

INSULTS ANDINNOCENCE Thomas, Jr.cottage on Kings ley Lake. July guests of Mrs. Jessie

!! Lake. Chastain on Lake Bedford.
Throiu:: !'out: the world and :\11'. and :Mrs. Chris Kosmosand Rep. and :Mrs. Eugene Shaw 69 Plymouths
eld i m c"-aiiging: with! localitym.Ty children of Pensacola, and were hosts Friday, July 4, at a Denton DeVoe, who was a- :
n..Wt'l'S : the same mescerce. : :\11'. and :Mrs. George Lawrenceand dinner at their home on Kingsley warded the Bronze Star and Air
two grandchild of Grand- Lake. Those attending were :Mr. :Medal at Ft. Benning: for flying:
sage. ridge wer e weekend visitorsof and :Mrs. J.R. Wainwright and 25 missions over hostile territory -
Iwo thousand
the: :Mr. and :Mrs U.K. Tyus.E son, David, :Mrs F. J. Shaw, is leaving for Ft. Ord, ; were unbeatable bel ore.
'r.tl's "gJ'
': meant "in.It. -2 John A. Williams, son Mr. and :Mrs.Carl LamarJohnsand Calif where he will be stationed ,
rat -
." of :\11'. and :Mrs :Mack L. Williams family, all of Starke; :\11'. .
; and It was left by plane :Mondayfor and Mrs. Lamar Shaw and son.
ta, HIde into a Oakland, Calif. lie will leave of :Miami; Mr. and :Mrs. Ovid Steve Denmark and friend,
crown: of tho- from there for duty Vietnam.. Bennett of Jacksonville; and Ernie Hobbs, were guests of TAKE AIM ON THIS BLAST OF
I r.s. Friends of :Mrs L.W. RosierJr. Mr. and :Mrs John Kopelousosand the S, G. Denmarks over the
\nother: biblical. will be interested to know family of Birmingham, Ala. weekend from the Universityof
f lower the lily that she was on the President'sList Georgia.! : : YEAR-END CLEARANCE SAVINGS
means inno- for the last session at Mr. and Mrs. Rlc burg Hardy
Red roses speak the the University of Florida. Only of Pompano Beach were weekend :\11'. and :Mrs Vernon Sil-
w )rds(! "I love )'cu," throughout : st.i.1!- ts who make straight A's guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. cox had as weekend guests Mr.:
t the .vorld.: are included on the list. :Mrs. L. Crosby Jr., Mrs. MyrtlcG and :Mrs E. L. Biggs of Orlando I

Messages sent In floral.offer.ints .. Rosier is the former Phyllis Nichols Mr; and Mrs Donald ,
ne: the most tender: and :MUleri; daughter of :Mr. and Carter, and other relatives.' i rnvs
lovely you can send.: Send o'J"JI! :Mrs S, :M. :Miller of Starke S/ Sgt. and :Mrs. Joseph A.

Call us the next time you want Airman 1st class Billy Dean :\11'. and :Mrs Leo C. Champion Gay "and son, Jerry of Col- r,1. PRICED TO GO !

flowers.It Thompson of Denver, Colo. Is had Art Siebert of Jack- umbia, S. C. :Miss Laura .
U so easy tj have beautiful home on leave. sonville as a guest over the Caperton and Kennle Caperton I
flowers In yur; home or sent: to holiday of !I.awrenceburg, Term were
:Mrs Pat Spengler will enter camping at Kingsley Lake last
a special;: friend all that Is
necessary!' I is to telephone us Bradford County Hospital Monday : :Mrs Shellie Gerle had as week.
for
surgery on Tuesday.
guests from Thursday to :Monday -
her son In law and :Mrs B. A. Pope and daughter,
daughter, :\11'. and :Mrs. Brad- :Miry Lois, Norfolk: Va. are : :
ford Locke, and grandsons, of spending two weeks at the Ad- m fa
LAKE CITYSPEEDWAY Tampa. :\11'. and :Mrs. Locke kins cottage on Kinsley Lake.
flew to Boston, :Miss :Monday Mrs.: Smith IJeVoe will leave 4 I
vacation and this week for El Paso, Texasto
for
ten days
to attend the wedding of Mr. take her grandchildren backto customer customer
Locke's sister, Catherine, to the home of their parents, STARKE
13. Capt. and Mrs: Smith DeVoe.
Franklin Bent in on July oare
The Locke children are stay- From there she will spend ten care
ing with their grand mother days vacationing in Mexico

while their parents are In:Mass :Misses Candy Woodburn of
CHAMPIONSHIP'RACES achusetts. Winter Park and Teresa De-
of Gainesville were CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH
:Mrs Lucille Davis visited Angelis -
weekend of :Mr.and:Mrs. ,
guests
July 19 her son in law and daughter,
Saturday Night
: .
X. Woodburn.11'
:\11'. and :Mrs. H.G. Davis, In L.
Gainesville last week. :\ and :Mrs W. W. Flip-
I pin Nashville: Tenn. and

Time Trials 7:30 :Mr. and :Mrs.Charles Darby, :Mr. and :Mrs Clifford Sinksof AUTHORIZED DEALER CHRYSLER
:\11'. and :Mrs. Handy Johns and Jackson, Tenn. spent Mon- Ia-e MOTORS CORPORATION
family, and :Mrs Emmett Ak- day and Tuesday with Mr. and
First Race 8:30 ridge spent the long weekendat :Mrs Bobbie Shaller.

Horseshoe Beach. :Mr. and :Mrs 1L.; Wood-

Bombers 2 Heats 35 Lap Feature Mrs. Dolph Reddish, who burn spent Thursday and Fri- Phone 964-6600
day with Mr. and :Mrs James
I underwent surgery last Tuesdayat U.: S. 301 North
Double in Babson Park.
Sportsmars 2 Heats -- 50 Lap Feature the Methodist Hospital in

Jacksonville, returned home to
$1,500.00 PURSE day. BIRTHS Eston Jordan Don Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hazen

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews announce the birth of a son,
spent Friday in Orlando with Jeffery Marvin, on June 27,
"Mrs. Ii. B. McLendon. In Alachua General Hospital. fe" fe fe

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,
I J In Orlando. The Baileys brought She was the daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. Sherouse were their Three Listed :::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::: : :: >>:'.oo;. .. ::c:::::::::
him home Saturday and were Clark's brother, who with his sisters, Mrs. Lois Hughes of Safe Fourth t
overnight/ guests of the Hayes. family was vacationing near Ocala and Mrs. Bill Hall of On UF Honor Roll Recorded Here
Roy Morgan returned Sundayto Jacksonville from Indiana. Gainesville.The .
By Mr*. D. E. Bin his Army base at Augusta, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown Three area students were There were no traffic acci- i DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home:11
Ga., after a 10-day leave here Brookins :
family
and family moved last week Orville among the 453 at the Universityof dents
,, in Bradford County during s
with his
Brrandoarents. Mr. and
"I' end into Mrs. Nita Johnson's attended the Klllingsworth reunion Florida who attained a
Mrs. fan Johnson, and other the Fourth of July holiday, according -
house, from their former home near Headland, Ala. last etralght-A average and were STARKE i
FIRE DAMAGES HOME relatives. lie has to the city police, thGsherlff'oS
spent several the
Those making
just west of the railroad. weekend. named to the President's Honor
tank weeks In the hospital with Mrs. Foster Hayes spent sev- trip included Mr. and Mrs. Roll for the 1969 spring quaTter.Includ.ed department and the I PHONE 6i6200N
at the
Fire starting highway
patrol.
gas injuries since from
returning
eral days last week with rela- Orville Brooklns, Mr.and Mrs.E. on the list were:
outside their dining room at the Vietnam, and is scheduled for I
tives in Lakeland, returning W. (Hodges and family, Mr. Martha Panaway Smith Starke
Frank Clark home on Hampton another _
operation on his hand.
Lake caused damage in that home Wednesday. and Mrs. Vernon Parmenterand Sylvia Ann Jones Raiford; and a rr KEYSTONE HEIGHTS i
area and roof and attic on Wed The six year-old niece of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Sherouse family, and Mrs. Martha Patricia Shaughnessy, Keystone <<
nesday afternoon last week. Apparently Rev and Mrs. Carl Clarke, spent the Fourth of July week Sue Parmenter, of Gainesville.Mrs. Heights t t FLAG ;::: PHONE 473-3176 ::::
( former pastor of end at their home in Margate,
starting from vapor Hampton Paul Meiur and daughters The President's Honor Roll is
from a leaking gas tank, the Christian Church J was drowned Fla. Here to spend the day were Jacksonville visitors limited to students earning a 4.0 AY @ ia.as

gas In the tank caught fire, in Jacksonville last week. Monday with Mrs. V. J. Slade Tuesday. academic average each term. ::::::::::::.w.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::*:;::::::-:-:fffifffAfffffffftffiDRUMSTICKS ::::::: ::::::::::::::: : ;:$:
and burned hot and fast. melt
ing the window, burning the roof -- .ml --------------------------- ------------------ -------- ----
eaves and into the attic until I r- ,
the was used up. Mrs.
gas
Clark, who was seated just inside II
at lunch at the time it i SIRLOIN i i iI
went up, called neighbors who II
fought it until the Hampton Fire I Ij

Department blaze in arrived the house and putoutthe itself I I RIB, FULL CUT ROUND FOOD

when the gas burned out. The I 1 1 I I
Clarks expressed appreciationto OR BONELESS SHOULDER
the Fire Department volunteers -
and neighbors who helped
in the emergency. 1 I STEAKS 1 i
Monday afternoon's electric 1 FAIR
storm also brought lightning
damage, and a call to the Hampton 1I 1 1
Fire Department for the vacant 1 OR 1 I .. i iI

Hampton school where building lightning east of i I $ @

struck the electric meter base, ,N'AII!: 1.19 SUPERMARKETS
and caused minor damage. II i I I
Other minor lightning and wind I LEG QUARTERS U.S. CHOICE I LB
damage was reported, but the I I II
storm brought some much-
I I U.S. CHOICE I
needed rain and relief from the BEEF CHUCK 1

heat didn't wave.It take lightning, how I 1 ; STEAK....:.............................. 68* I I
to start fire in the QUICK FROZENGRADE
ever a i U.S. CHOICE CHUCK
George Williams' car Saturday I I I I
afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Will- I I I ROAST..L. 58 I Merchants I
iams were leaving the J. M.
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The ville flames fire when coming department the fire from began was the called,hood.with, I 5 I I ROAST...................................LB88 I I II

hilt onlookers had smothered the I I U.S. CHOICE CALIFORNIA I I
PRICES GOOD THURSDAY
blaze with damp towels by the LI
time arrived. I I THRU WEDNESDAY JULY 16th I
they I ; ; ROAST.................................LB 881 I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I
HONOR: MARINE RECRUITS II
Randy Hayes, Larry Roberts, I I I
Jerry Brown and Steve Las-
seter were guests of honor at
a barbecued chicken supperat LEAN FRESH FYNE-TASTE PURE PORK
the Foster Hayes home Sat ALL MEAT
urday evening. The four were GROUNDBEEF SLICED 1/4 SMOKEDSAUSAGE
scheduled to leave Wednesdayfor SLICED
Parris Island, S. C. for PORK LOINCHOPS SLICEDBOLOGNA
basic training in the U. S.
Marines. BACON
More than 30 were present SMALL LINKS T TO 1 V 2 IBS
for the occasion,including families
and friends of the boys. _
Randy Hajes'18th birthday,July (r. 4L
11, was celebrated early, also,
with a cake and homemade Ice
cream.A .
farewell reception at Hampton
Baptist Church Sunday even-
Ing also honored Randy Hayes
and Jerry Brown, with refreshments -
served following the PRIDE MILD DAISY PREPARED FOODS BYGREENDELL
FLASH FROZEN FLASH FROZEN
evening service.

GUESTS... r FROM HOLLAND COTTAGEPANTRY CHEESEWEDGES OCEANSHRIMP COD, PERCH

oOIMr. and Mrs. Paul Babyarhad FRANKS .' SLICED IEEF OR POLLOCK
foreign guests last week WITH G3AVY
end when Mr.Babyar's brother- FILLETS
in-law and sister, Mr.and Mrs. VACPAK12ox
Erwin Nottke, and their son and
daughter in law, Mr. and PKG
Mrs. Ronald Nottke and son of 1.29
PKG
Hawthorne, brought with them
Mrs Ronald Nottke's parentsand
sister from The Hague,
Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Branes
and daughter are visiting the
Nottke's i n Hawthorne until
early next week, and are enjoying 1OO% PURESNOW
the Florida weather, FAMILY SIZE EDUCATOR PANTRY PRIDE
Mrs. Babyar says, as In Holland FLAKESHORTENING FULL STRENGTH
it is cold most of the time.
They brought clothes for cool JELL0GELATIN CRAX
'V33ther, she added and so ara BLEACH
borrowing things to wear for DESSERTS COOKIES
this summer hot spell.

PERSONALS 355 12oz GALLON
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Mrs. Hazel Sparkman, her
daughter, son, and niece were
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Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Par I t I
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Oak now,employed.where Mr. Parmenter is i ::1p x 1feCLEANSERiDINNER

Julie Vasques, who has been
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Meng family, left this week for PKGOF12 i i iJ
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I Nine Newcomers Slated For Varsity Grid ActionNine




of the 34 players Mated seasons BHS ever had with tackle. "He's a blg'un." Nurse If the big youngster pans out, Sapp Is' elated for an offensive action at cither- offensive or as a freshman but mill lack A top prospect! among the ,
to wear varsity uniforms for Hurse as an assistant, the big grins. he'll be welcome to '
a addition tackle
post and at 190! won'tbe defensive end He played tight the grid background for a newcomer ii RUDOLPH PERK }
the righting Tornadoes in the youngster should have good could well
a Register very at BHS offensive line
which al-
givingmuch away to( that end In theRICHARD INS,
spring rough campaign like the Tornadoes a 5-11 l Junior! at ino pounds
fall of I
1969 will be new to Brad football background.At break Into the starting lineupfor ready Is expected to average 200 pound forewall.
face this fall, Perkins is expected to fill
ford High' football, but at Coach HUTsesay.3. a big
least BHS especially on offense
200 pounds.
TOMMY SAPP and DENNIS hole
LEE a 5Junior nt fullback this fall.
four of them are good prospectsfor BHS next fall young Regis- Hurse says. He needs to workon Another big bov who could COHENS two backswho !
and 160 pounds h are looked
a prospectat Milner good In thelpl'lng
starting berths. ter is slated to play offensive his speed this summer, the develop for the Tornadoes la '
worked real hard In the
linebacker
and weak side
: at halfback. Ho: will split
guard or tackle and defensive coach noted. He has no football( experience!
"All these boys have one BUDDY SAP?. a 5-11 190-pound! ,guard.! Lee played a little Junior spring! : Coach Nurse says Both his duties this fall between half- but Is bin! and strong, and showed
thing In common. They don'trealize senior:; Sapp played the first: i varsity football as a fresh- are defensive safeties and wide- back and split end. Defensively /good Improvement
In the
at this stage what the football of his life this spring, man. Ho has good speed but outs! on offense! Both will prob- he worked at cornerback! and
spring
grid game mentor consist David of,"Nurse says BHS 'Killing Of Sister George'Set that t But he he's proved aggressive: to Coach and Nurse hasa i need experience.! ably see more nct'on on offense safety at safety; he will get a good shot Nurse says plus a good attitude,

!Rood attitude. JERRY CUMMINGS. a 5-11 : and could see actIon' at
Junior at Tfir pounds also lacks split end. Sipn Is a 5-11 141-
"They do not realize how demanding At Florida"The 'a football background but witha JIMMY ALVAREZ, a 5-8 Junior "With his! speed and size: Perkins -
the game will be during To Play "He showed (food progress:! : !' pound senior. Cohens Is a 5.8
the rough season we're fac- and with a lot of hard work this lot of hard work could see Junior at 145 pounds and 1,5 pounds, has no athletic our triple could option be a definite offense: asst" Coach to
what-so-8ver
ing," the coach continued. George Lawford) he Is going to die summer could become a starter background ,
Killing of Sister Hurse etatros But he has good Nurse says More than anything
"They reed to be at the field ," the London and Broad- Jerry is persuaded by his Uurs j states. "About the VA Disability: Three newcomers who will speed and reactions and proved the coach :stat?s, the big!(
house lifting weights and building wife (Anne Francis only thing l"s! needs to be a good see action in the Tornado back-
) to
way production widely renowned go on in the fullback needs! experience running -
'RH' Insurance himself competitor
strength. for Its portryal of homo- a wild spree in his remain- football player Is experienceand field this! fall all da 40( yards In a and blocking.
spring. Like Milner, he! plays
sexulalltv will play at the Flo- ing days using credit cards a lot of hard work this Rule ExplainedA 4.9 seconds. "It shows they have
halfback and split!! end and he
"This it,
realization usually summer. the quickness if they'll use
this for Perkins worked
rida Theatre Sunday money. \ at defensive:
comes too late for most boys Wednesday, July 13-16. Hopelessly in debt Jerry finds current law provides that If Hurse says looked good at dl'fer.slv safety. end In the spring and looked:

it's about too It at late the end to do of anything This controversial drama of he Is going to live and it was No Hits Oust a veteran with honorable active !MARK MILNER. who recently Alvarez and Milnor! are better there than h9 did on offence -
the
." season a love triangle Involving three all a plot between his wife and duty after April 25. 1991.: Is women, was produced and dir- the doctor to get rid of him. a service !connected Is a 5-8 senior at 155 pounds.! squad. Both stand an excellent quick for a big! man. Nurse
Most interesting of the nine ected by Robert Aldrich and He foils the plot. Garden Team'In disability' by the Veterans Ad- lie has quickness and good shot at a starting brickfield says, and recovers:: : real well.

newcomers, to Coach Hurse at stars Beryl Reid, Susannah. ministration he will be entitledto peed and played some football port
.
York and Coral BroW"*. 301 Drive In
GoBy
Cocoa $10.000 in
least Is 6.3 220 pound Len Register this ''apply for up to Summer Workouts
A doubleheader set Two double features are set
He's the son of former! i Government Life Insurance. Coach Nurse Is still dissatisfied
Thursday Saturday, July 17- for this week at the 301 Drive-
BHS Coach Lennard Registerwho's 19, includes "Guns of the Gene RayburnThe This type of Insurance Is Coach David Hurse Thanks MerchantsFor with fie number! of players
moving back to Bradford: in.Showing known as "RH" Insurance according going through summer! workouts
Magnificent Seven" starring Sunday Wednesday, Garden Restaurant slowt Gifts To Athletic
to M T. Dixon of the Department
County this year to become on their own. Of the :34
George Kennedy and James July 13-16, will be "The Secret pitch Softball! team Journeyed
j Florida of Vete.l1ansAffairs.
principal of Hampton Elementary Whitmore. The plot was a hired War of Harry Frlgg" starring to the East Coast over the July Department varsity players only seven appeared -
American gun-slinger and six Paul Newman and Sylvia Kos- Coach Dave Hurse voiced appreciation letic Department use for scout- at the: f.'eld: house! in the
4th weekend to be one of 40
cronies freeing a peasant rev- ., cina, and "Secret Ceremony"with After more than 18 years, the this week for assistance ing and athletic trips. Fa"t week, he said. They were
teams In the Cocoa
Young Register got In some oluntionary leader from prisonin Elizabeth Taylor and Mia competing VA has revised the VA regulations and gifts to the Brad- "This was a tremendous gesture Tim Murphey Ralch Morgan!
playing experience at Clinton. Mexico so he can resumea Farrow and Robert Mltchum. Invitational Softball Tournaj j to enable an .eligible veteran ford High Athletic Departmentfrom on behalf of the athletic Bill Buby Jim Shuford. Dale
Mississippi: last year at offensive popular revolt. Thusday Saturday, July mnt. to take advantage of the Starke merchants. department," Coach Hurse Johns!!, D an Johns! and Ru
tackle and defensive middle Jerry Lewis romps In"Hook, 17-19, will see Jim Brown and Softball Many teams of the entered South's:! the finest touri! j full year In which to apply for "Seldom has the Athletic De- said. "We really "appreciatethis dolph Perkins. Perkins Nurse

guard and tackle. Growingup Line and Sinker" in the sec- Raquel Welch in 100 Rifles," his insurance coverage :under asked for a donation thoughtfulness. noted: was the only one of the.
with Coach Register, who ond feature. Told by his doc- and Peter Sellers in The ney including, KOBAX of Chattanooga 1 the "RH" program. VA regula- partment that hasn't been given," the Terwillegar also provides a"magnificent" nine newcomers to work out.
andMark's
ran the first two undefeated Jerry's Catering been amended to
up tor and best friend ( Peter Party. tion has per- all tro-
coach said, particularly notingthe sports
Brothers of Miami Central -
j mit the VA to accept application for adver- phy for the outstanding athlete "Pot'ntlilly we have a
annual
--www-- w w -------w Brevard Merchants of Cocoa request
wwwwwwww
j for insurance within one football each The champlorship football team but
tisements in the pro- year. trophy was
Crystal Lounge of Clear- year from date of the notice shown with the 1968 recipient, don't win on potential" Nurse'
/ water, and Loggin Lounge of j granting a veteran service connection gram. Mark Graudons, in the July 3 stated In a Utter he Is 1nallin
The-- Wes Palm Beach. The above for disability. The coach named several
Part Of any issue of The Telegraph. to the players.WTion .
Loot mentioned who out of their
teams have all competed Dixon >announced that he 13 businesses go

National in State.Championships Regional, and re- ]pleased changed to their know regulations the VA so that has way Athletic to give Department.assistance to Koch's the

I I II cently. every veteran will ''have more Drug Store, he pointed 'out, Von rllf'11 Anrtivws' C'harJ'f'
The Garden found themselves annually provides printed football Account t--
In which to submit his
I Taken By Customers From unable to hit the ball and of ,time application for "RH" Insurance. schedules, and Baldwin Your Prescription 'i'.i\ Record: rare
,
Chevrolet annually provides
: course if you don't hit,
I 1 1I youdon't Dixon said his office stands schedule stickers. Kept For Von: My Fs
score. In the three gamesplayed !
Interested
veteran
to assist
ready) any
Most assistance, however,
I I II Garden failed t to:! score In this 'benefit 'Inquiries has come from Terwillegar Andrews Drugs

I II cams until the from sixth behind inning.to defeat They should be sent to P. O. Box which in 1966 and 1968 pro- For Fait Delrvcry Dinl.. fl'M-7170' / C piN gS,
1437. St. Petersburg Fla. vided a station wagon for A th-
i FIRST FEDERAL Savannah 54.
I !I II Garden scored Chattanooga

Kobax. Going Into the final inning -

the score wa tied 6-6, but

I I After Second I to Kobax win exploded it 15-6. Loggin for nine Lounge runs '

Quarter Earnings of West Palm Bea-:h eliminated I

I Garden: ivlfi a !J.t) score | TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
I The Garden did gain one(! con- ,
solat'on+' -the teams that whip-
Were Paid!
: ped them ended up 1 and 2 in
fought their
I way from the Losers -
Bracket to hand Kobax
I II the field: of 40. Loggin Lounge

....:.- their first lo's at Cocoa in three WE NEED
.. ,J. t"'" ;;; '- years. One item that will be of
.
;: --. interest to softball
fans, Ron
:-"t"- ..._. tfil0. ,
'
:'" Patterson of Kobax, hit a "tape
r
14. :
I i DepositsI measure" homo of
.. .,, L run 340 feet,
: _
.. .t.."... :;,;"""., .IJ\..,., _,.,.. :;,:-. --o-:: ... ',' which in softball Is a pretty
-.
.
-<. ..- ... -., .- good poke.
.'
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\. !.-..... -'. '-. ... ,--::;....,.-..,....':':;:"..-,-:-... r .,...."{"'..J. In to The Garden: will now travel ,
I RemembeThis jtllt ,. ...,..: / Ormonrl Beech on July 23-27; Used CarsNOW

..... -::;<.. I -i::.; ......... "' =. .$.... for an Invitational rr fere PArtcjpatng !- '
.h"r., .. ..,.... =1"n Certificates t in the N. Sub-District <
I ,'::'\ ,-. .. ....' ....;; .-.., ./, I 1 1I II ASA Tourney which will be ,
? ... ,:-: ':'f -::: t. / held in Starke
I ::1:. : "'.".0.:.... : ..;. ... .. .::''-._. .v. ; Earn 1. July 28-August

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I FIRST .: r"i. :-:-r ...._. .--..... : .. !
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FEDERAL &t "::; ;;;::: 0 Bradford County drivers are <
slow in purchasing In1!!)(;!) motor
.' ......... .., .::...._, -" .... --... .9''. ( H
.,. ...... .' :;,.... "' PER ANNUM vehicle tags and only 13 clays! : BIGGEST TRADE-IN EVER
........ .. ,11>.. 4 -'" '/ : remain before 18! ; tar" expire <
I ....:-..;"...::,'-.-.... '". -S' -. -.: ... ..". -_ ;r: ;,71, July 19, according to the( office! <

::- ,., ".,::. :'- ... :. >..... ; :< of Tax Collector J. R. Ktllv
PAYS : ; :. ,.':. -.. ..',. '< :: "" :. .' When Left
t .:.;; .;. .. /;: The tag oflice (Mr Kelly'soffice
-- ... ::.::t_.,._,............; :-,:.:..::::::"-'';". .-:,,:.-,::,", I"7.,1:1I'd.f' i will remain open until ON ALL 1969 MODELSNEW
:-'. --1' I For SixMonths noon this Saturday.: July 12. and
''';;;... ,
; t
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.. ... -.J. .'l'", all day the final day Saturday, ,
I .:. .. -.,,: ,.. '" .'.- .< ;;; r(! July 10! for the convenience of
MORE! .. .
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those who cannot Ret to the
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courthouse weekday
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... ways to !po. said a clerk in .
;:: : ;
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..."..., ... :. -.. '":."",.. .: ,;. Mi'nimumInvestments Kelly's office! when asked how
.. '' .. .. '. 1
'
-.-......_ many taps remained to be sold ,
I \...;:;.... .. .; : _.... __ .Ji., Those waiting until the last ,
-
'..:. .s..""'...... '... .."'._.. .. _"...... I: minute can expect the usual
-'. '.,':.. .. '. '-" .. :- 1 Of ruh and long wait she said.
." -..: -' :t.-l Slncr fie actual deadline for
+
: '' purch.iMng taps fells on Sun
o $5,000
1 < *_....... ray day. July :20.!/ drivers probablywill

'' r. ;: bo allowed to purchase tags
y Monday: July 21, without a pen

.. -,-. .7'1 YEAR END PRICES NOW
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I ti Only 5 Teacher Vacancies Remain I 11 Power PlantHandling LoadAlthough. .





Eight teachers: were hired ata two speech therapists a physical > tax money will go Into Budget I. will be professors! from the Paraprofessional is the fourth tracts for this maintenance. Cost

special School Board meetinglast :! education teacher a drivers As Clark explained the EIE University of Florida workingin category. Tills' means the 28 of this !is budgeted at 10000. This new generator would be
temperatures
week I leaving only five education teacher and a guidance program to the Board, there are the summer program. This is teachers' aides and the eight Seventh category Is the 20 still in the and are part of the long-range plans. A
sizzling 90's.
vacancies to be filled before counselor. eight categories in which the the second category and will persons( :hired as clerical or secretarial teachers "under the individually the rainfall for June wis far below 2,000 KW generator Is plannedby
the 1969.70 term begins. Meeting was called June 'EIE funds will be spent. cost $7.107.Third help. They work 200 prescribed Instruction pro. 1971 and a 2.000 to( 2.500 KW
30 to get approval of a budget I L I First category Is staff development category Is a new development days a year for $2.960. Cost for gram." In other words teach- average city ofric'ali are generator by 1975.
While the number of vacancies who 'hired to confident that the power plant
ers are ( help enrich
heads.
amendment the 26th of the and Involves in-ser ( department the year will be 103600.
to be filled Is subject to the school program and to help and the water rlant coo handle As for the yater. Davis said
teachers will be appointed material,
fiscal year. It was a bookkeeping vice training. Forty teachers are Twenty The fifth category
variation as some who( are employed provide more individual atten- the increased summer load.( has four wells and is
city
will the
matter of transferring some working in this program this !heads of their department, equipment! furnishings -
( find they will not be: able tion to the students. Cost of this Utilities Superintendent Oscar only wing three. Two
funds and the Board gave immediate summer and this will accountfor working one extra hour a day. come to( 49673. presently
to teach, Board members were approval.Also 22077. This will cost $17,500 far' the The sixth category is maintenance is ret at $127,700. Davis told the Telegraph thereIs of the wells are used on a alternating

told that the school system is approved at the meeting To teach the teachers there year. of equipment and con Eighth category is retirement "no problem with the wat basis with the pump on

In a very good position regard was the EIE (Educational Im payments. This will cost $l .665. supply" and "we are In good( the second automatically kicking -

ing the hiring of teachers.It provement Expense) programfor y shape" at the power plant. in as needed.: During this
was noted( Monday:: night I Demand from the power plant hot dry spell, all three wells
Connie
196970. Supervisor:
that Bradford: County receives Clark was present to explain In Retail Business In Bradford ., has peaked so far. at 4.975 kilowatts have probably been (operatingIn

almost two applications! from detail the $353.511 program up C :":.. (KW) with dailY 11 a.m., the afternoon he commen

(out (of state for every in-state $1,700 from last year due to an Reached High Level In 1968 PIi" sac'. to 7 p.m. demand during the! ted.

applicaion. Supt. Tom Casey increase in the number of teach hot days hitting about 4.750 kilo!
said one reason for this is that 1 watts. Last year the demand If they were ever needed all
Florida is producing only about ers.All : KW' four could be turned
of the money comes from Retail business in Bradford Elsewhere In the United 'W' peaked at 4.575 pumps on
teachers and needs of Starke'i all the time the Superintendent
3,500
a year the average was $1,212 Total capacity
States
the state and will be distributedthroughout County was at a :high level In
about 11,000. and, In Florida. $1- power plant is 7.490 KW's and concluded.
family
Budget I (the major the past year with most( stores per
He also( pointed out that t in 296. Davis said the plant could( still
budget of the school system'sfour showng: gains over 1967.
the last couple of years teach budgets). I produce 5.700 KW's even if the Concerning low pressure!!

er's salaries in Florida have Casey explained the E1E!: Bolstered by higher Incomes( Strong consumer buying was II largest unit quit working. wh'ch!' some residents are exper

reached the point of being: attractive funds this way. He said first local residents bought a record also In evidence locally In other I Davis said! the present equip iencing, Davis said it is due

to teachers from other there is the MFP (Minimum amount of goods( and services. branches of retail 'business. ment should: get the citythrough either to( small mains leadingto
states. The: superintendent said 7t ,M Pr's this summer and next ( the property or to small lines
Foundation! Program) which li They spent liberally for food +r
automobiles
that this year the county( has Stores selling summer but that "we're going on the property. Ha said the
designed by the state to help clothing, cars furniture and a boats and other
been able to( be "choosy": in motorcycles another generator water and
have to have city has ample pres
wide
equalize education throughoutthe ( ( variety of other consumer
had receipts -
those it hires because it hasa automotive equipment the summer of
In operation by sure.
state, to( help make the education products.
for the totaling $4-
number of applications for year 14r. 1971."
in a poor county equalto compared, to the prior
local merchants 670,000.
almost every position. that in a rich county. This Just how well Is revealed In year's $3,996,000.Sales _H...............................................'_.,............................................".".....,..,..,.....,.....-.-..................-....,...
Positions still to( be filled are fared in the year :::::::::;::;:;::::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;';:;:;:;:;:;:;;;';';';:;';';';';'i';' ; :::::: ;:;;:;::::
year Bradford County( will receive -
a survey made by Standard i .1'
about $1,493,752 in MFP '
of general merchandise
Rate and Data Service. The re- :
funds for Budget I. port. Just released shows how In variety and department! Donations
Then there are EIE funds designed r Cemetery Fund
301 people In each section of the stores came to 645000. In the
to help the count'ea offer country spent their retail dollars previous year It was 525000. .
more than the basic educational during the year. 1'- i Are Acknowledged \\

program. Clothing stores( and specialtyshops

DRIVE-IN On top( of this! there is the local In Bradford County, a large including those carrying; x has been received ::::
:V.: contributions
of In
A total $160
tax In 1969-70 it Is
Mon and other
y. dresses shoes
part of It was for food. Approximately hats
Cemetery Fund since publication of' ::1:
::$: by the Crosby Lake
estimated that $131,931 in local 29 cents out of each apparel, accounted for $829.000,
local retail the 1967 total f $775- :ij:;! the last appeal two weeks ago. ::::
dollar spent In a? against () f
SHOW BEGINSAT ,stores went to groceries bakeries Junior Peace CorpsSix :ff::: The committee acknowledges with great appreciation, $

DUSK delicatessens fish markets, 000.In :::1:1:: donations from the following: :

ADMISSION: : FLORIDATHEATRE butcher shops and other food stores selling furniture and :::::: Mrs. C.W. Chalker. Gainesville; Mrs T. H. Osborne, :::?
members of the "Junior Peace shown at
Corps"
Adults 75c; ; Students 6c() outlets. other household equipment the Chures are\ Ij::1: Houston. Texas; Mrs. J. II. McClane Green Bay WIs.; ::1'
work In the of St. Mark's The
nursery Episcopal teemagers.
'hildren Under 12 Free volume was 1019000. This :ijij: Mrs. Glen Duke Fort Lauderdale; Mrs. Gertrude Lemmon. ::::
The overall sales volumne In compares with the previous all from St. Catherine's Episcopal Church I In Jacksonville 1:
Richard
:::: Jacksonville; George R. Powell Newton N.C.;
THUKS. FRI., SAT. the year In stores selling food year's $915,000. are speeding two weeks In Starke'and plan to spend two weeks In :;:
1:: H. Long Clewlston; Mrs. Anna Alvarez. Jacksonville;
JULY 10 11 12 for home consumption reached Cedar
Key.
$6,514,000, an increase over the ;::: Chart S. Brooking, Gainesville; Mrs. H. B. McLendon, :tti.:::.
Duoble Feature ProgramTHIS SHOW1IMEWeekdays :: previous ;::: Orlando; Mrs. Margaret M. Wells Jacksonville; Miss ::::

7 ?. :M.Sunday years. $5.866,000. M Neighbors In the morning the young people teach Vacation Bible i-i::; Elise C. Jones Gainesville; John P. Simpson and E. :.

PICTURE 3 P. :M. Not including Is the amount ; School; In the afternoon ]they work on a project, such as painting :}$::: L. Matthews Starke. :::::
HAS A MESSAGE: c. :i;! It II planned to form a Crosby Lake Cemetery AssocUxj ::
-
1 P. :M. :=
Saturday that was spent In restaurants a room. This group plans to finish the project during the first :::
:
Watch cC:? :::: atloa. In the near future In order to provide continuing
and in other dining and arinl-, : week so they can take the afternoons off next week.
out! ., FRI., SAT. ing places.If :::1:: ear of the property. To accomplish this will reqnfre ::1:

JULY 10, 11. 12 :::::: some legal work with additional expense BO additional ::::

the food tab had been They Are staying with members of St. Ma'rk's. St. Catherine's |: contributions to the fund will be appreciated. m1

2 Family Films spread equally among the local r09 "Junior Peace 'Corps" was started about eight years aro. Since ::! Anyone desiring to contribute may use the followingS ::::

i4 THE MIRISCH PROOUCIIOI COMPANY Miull I'Guns population each family would then a team of six has spent a total of four weeks each sum- :: Corn. and mail to Box A, Starke: ri ::::

I of theMagnificent I have had a bill of $1,705 for( the mer working) at two small: churches between Jacksonville and i

10th Century, Fo. presents year. Cedar Key. They are paid $10 a week and do It because; "It's :;::': Name -.........._._._.._..._...-__._.... ::::
Id iO RIFLESA Seven'PANAVISION sort of our vacation; we like accepting the responsibility of the <<{ <<

MARVIN SCHWARTZ. _Production... G J--,." COLOR' by O.Lu.. ftrllll tinned. I IL Bible School and of being on our own;" "we like to work with : Address ........................"......._....... i gjiji
COLON D o7 J Y I .. Y R MATHEWS -:-* the children;" "It's fun." Members of the team are John Bryant,

1M.US Tina Teske, David Hethcrlngton Barry' Kirkland Terry Cason
PLUS .. ; Donation $..................._...._.__.__.._......... fj
Well Drilling : and Cindy Cooper
Peter Sellers In 1 j ?
r''t' HIL "Bet the doctor's gonna !8 :;-xx-x-Xx::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::%::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::;'.:: :::;::::::::::;:::;;:::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;

"The Party"SI' 00 Melrose, Fla. think we've really flipped our

&) ;;tr h..IiOlAfarOl'( ,, Phone 475.5101 wigs. ." Etlabtithfd I9O4Bodcockb

-00 Myers Pump DECORATOR PLANNED
-
: THKU WEI).

.11'LY I 1:1: 11 J. 15. 16Ir711hIe /) [lJrn9 rm2[ SERVICE a1 A.7' .Or CONDITION." OB>I
lid:( 11'L41t1DA. a&HIt A.%
and REPAIRS 1'AHKfc... O*.>' STAKKE, IffTHB '
Feature Program! SUN. THRU WED..II'LY STATB OF FLORIDAAT
THB) CLOIB Of ROOM GROUPS
SOFA SLEEPER
"SECRETCEREMONY" 13: II, IS 16 :;::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::'.:." :::::..:;.,::::'.:'.:'.:.:.':'. UV8lfiE/ "' on JVNto) ) HO, 11MHIAseetB -

,'" r::. : :: Cash, and due from .' '''' '' I' .
I CLASS banks 331031.29 o" < r-
r U. S. Treasury UP TO '
IC' J' Securities 1,673,098.0 r

mmmm., IN VECHNICOLOR.,.. .", ,."r'. "tI' ,?'hpnY. '. I: FOR EVERY PURPOSE r i: Ohltcatloni. of 8U.tse aapolitical $
'
.. ...".'. ....=:;;..1 v nrrr .. ::::: :::: divisions .ub- 2,273.77685/ / _
I i ijj
Mirrors :
n : Other Loans. 2,311,637.69 .
1 1SHEA'S Bank prunl.e.ILuraitur.
PLUS- ;: FOR EVERY PURPOSE f and ''fix.ttareb l TRADE-IN '

II S HOT MHO YOU CON i !: .ete representingbank and other as. ALLOWANCE J : & ". r ..1.. ..... ii re t vOn
IT S HOW YOU DO IT' ::: : premises 282.025.87 FOR YOUR OLD : .
It...1 Estate. owned ether LIVING ROOM
I PAUL nEwmRnTheSecretWarof I $ f 1 GLASS I 1' than. bank. premises 1.09 ., S. "rte-' ,. ., '3 '
ueeo CO. Other Asset 84,7912E fa.*d.f Suit new. "Livlngroom.01.... mull .b*- y1
eCa. ::1: ) two of moro matching ,...... ,1 V
J7J-41J
y 372-4)53 ASSETS On81,409.08 ryl r
; TOTAL ... .. tn ....10... condition. without.. .1
-.HARRy. FRIG _: II .: vot x3f ::: 1113 N.W. 4th Plus ::r: .....IUCt.. .1 lowonco........... *for fuN ,..01.-.. At arn, ro uu' / 0x1 0501 Oder 07N1 P /r ,

'.:if...** Tl "h'I. Jl OR ::: Gaineivllle ;: Pemaad depeslte of la.l-
I..r '" R'.A. r'tIRe :r.-i::::::: :: :: ::::: ::: :::*::=!::::::::::::::::::: YlduaJs, partaershlpe, 5-PIECE SOFABED GROUP ,

And and corporations savings. deposits 2,441,269.81Time Available in Settee or Sobbed P#

.f Individuals partner- 100% Nylon Foci Pile Cover 95
.hlp.. and corpora $14 9
Reversible Foam Cuihian
dons 2466605.26
....
COlOti
>>.po.l. ef United State INCLUDES:

: E KEEP YOUR >>Government..0.1.. of tatei 32368.95 Slights'. ., Stilts Matching Querns" t S Hl.g Siown, o o 'Tuf 1."I. Oi... '.....d

:; ( ... political Club Chair C 2 Ftsm, Pillows o OUwo o 0.... Brown Tw..d
aubdlvlnlons 764046.40 ,1 J i 1 1
/ Certified and Officers- I' J l -1 t.
38.8U.41
Check. etc.

.i CHICKENSHappy I TOTAL t 1'
3,043.793.92B /
>
Deposits
3 PIECES 1
> INCLUDE A
;; ( ) Total time andsaving >
deposit I 2,697,329 RECLINER CHAIR '
,. Other liabilities 172,487.36TOAL : : ,

;r and Healthy 4 Entire Group

,. LIABILITIES g.9tB.01tt .I I j' -h Covered With .
N "; ; ,, "Glove Soft-
HESERVK ON I.OANft AND
WITH A SECURITIES \ Plastic
Reserva for bad debt 'IOUHea .>
on loans (set up pursuant :! '''.1. { '
to Internal Revenue
Service Rulings) 18,674.30 i

POULTY HOUSE FANFULL Total' And Securities Reserves Capital' On Aeeonate Loans 18,674.30 "l l '_ ... .... ...

Equity capital. total (sum
of Item. 38 to 40 +

( ENCLOSED) Cap belpw It'al. ); Common 1,026,724.45/ $166883.PIECE

..tocic. total. parvalue = SOFABED-RECLINER GROUP GROUP INCLUDES:

20 INCH 1.4 H.P. MOTOR DAYTON MOTOR Mo. shares au- 1300,000.00 'ZI d s' I 82" Overall Sobbed Sofabed COLORS.

thorised 13.000 i-+., Foam on Seat, Arms p Club Chair 0 Ollv i Brown
Xo. ehares out&ftcllnr .
Dark Ton
Assembled Unassembled -' 12,000 1 L7' and BackNoSag Recliner Tangerine

Surplus ISO.000.00 / Seat and Back Turquoit
/
Undivided profits 31,001, 32
Reserves 145723.13, In Sobbed

$27.50 $26.00INCINERATORS TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS w-- BED SOFA BV sr NIGHT DAY DELUXE "9ri'
+
1.026,724.45/:
Foam Filled Far SOFABED GROUP 97"-. ,
TOTAL LIABILITIES Sleeping Comfort -
n "''RVF.s. AND CAPITAL You'll Enjoy| this Suite in Your living room or !
ACCOUNTS 6.961.409.96; Den. Amanngly Versatile and Comfortable.
faa- It Eliminate N..d for Tablet and Provide a i
.
3y.gll" 1 Tuck-away Space.This. d
..er.01 total. dtposlte -
for the 15 I Suite Includes
:
calendar days endIng -
with call. date 5,709,726.00 1 97" Sofabtd rir
;Average. of total. loans. .
Gas or Fuel Oil for the 16 calendar Matching Arm
days ending with Chair 1j
call date 2.31RlIUI, !)
I, Ruth 8. Johns. Assistant, ,'. w -- Combo Table; 3 '7;; '
nZ
Cashier of the above naln..dbank ,
FULL LINE OF do solemnly awear. that of
this report of condition Is true
and correct to the bent of my
Knowledge) and belief. I
Medications Supplies Equipment Correct Attest: Ruth S. JohnsC.
K. HERNWALL
.. I* PEEK. JR.
J. E. TOMLINSONZMreotovs FOAM t'te 199 aosr
Provide EXTRA
) r '

Mat County.f ef merlda.Bradford. Mt COLORS Beige. e Brown Copper Olive Sleeping Facilities
DIXIE I I Poultry Supply Co. (worn t.. and aubserlbejl Before .
me this 7th dav of July.)
.
It", and I hereby certify trial ram
not an officer or director of

21K' E. WASHINGTON; ST. PHONE 961-6382 this(SOAL hank.Vlrsrlnla) !! EASIEST TERM*;

JI'Jlrhy., Kntsrr Pub.
EHDIK.: SMITH.: MANAGER; : HP, State of Florida at X .>rre.My mLL'41ISON.
l \\ I.. 1)72.- Commission aspires July 128 s. WALNUT: sac: .Q\YNtK PJ1UNE ,964-5289'

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2 Drown : ::{ 1

Rains Didn't Come In June i;


I BoatMishaps Although the amount of rain Alligator and Water Oak Cre- es, for example, would take off I
n which fell In Bradford County eks. the excess water and leave the
In June was far below the 50- I wonder if indiscriminate normal amount in natural res- ,
year average, rainfall during digging Is drying up the county. ervoirs.
the first six months of '69 was I wonder if in indiscriminate "Wait until September."
only 3.14 Inches below the 50- digging of ditches the purposeis Bryan stated. "The same
year average. to dry up the county or to oeoole comolainlnp now nhmit
During the first six monthsof control the water level," Red- the
drought will complain about
the past 50 years Bradford dish said. too much water."
County has had a rainfall average He noted that Water Oak "If look "Chairman
you Dave
Two Jacksoville men drown- of 30.88( inches. This Swamp at the old Reddish home Shuford added
"You will find
ed during the July 4th holiday year 27.74 inches have been place where he was raised is out It's bee n a long time since
In boating accidents at Mag- ,I.a recorded."I dry now. The swamp has never we've had so little rain."
nolia State Park InClayCounty. been dry before that he can Here is how this year's rain-
Dead are Cornelius Smith, seem to notice places in remember in his lifetime, Red- fall compares with the 50-year
39, and Ransom Marion Car- this county that normally hold dish stated. average: Jan. 2.55 inches ((4.33
ter, 49. water are dry that have never Answering the questions Is the 50( year average); Feb.
oeen dry oeiore," Dolph Reddish Commissioner Ralph Bryan 6.63 inches (5.83) ; March 8.40
According to the Clay County s chief deputy for the Brad- stated: (8.40); April 1.16 inches ( 4.63)
Sheriff's Department Smith ford Sheriff's Department, told "Drainage is one thing. ; May 5.61 inches ( 2.72)) and
was standing up In his boat the County Commission Monday Water control with dams and June 3.39 (10.30).
working on the motor, and "he Reddish said he was dikes and levies Is another." During the week which ended
wasn't looking where he was speaking more as a resident Bryan referred to the tremen- July 7 the county averaged
olng." than an official."I dous cost of such a county' wide, inches of rain with 1.2 inches
wonder if your drainage is project. falling at the New River Tower
Smith fell overboard at 4:45: Blaudiii" Road Change Slated drying up the county," Reddish Reddish answered that he 1 inch at Louis Hill (Highland;)
p.m. July 4 and the woman julered, referring to the wondered If two foot deep ditch Tower and .3 inches at Santa
who was with him ran the boat The sharp turn near the duPont mine on State Road 230 held by the SRI recently. The sharp turn has been respon- digging the county has done in Fe Tower.

ashore and went for help.Smith's called the Blanding Road, Mill be eliminated by the State siule for a number of accidents! Including one in which
body was found In 6 the drKer's plunged into the woods.Sun .
Road curved connection betweenthe car
building a
Department by
1/2 feet of water at 5
p.m. ( Photo by Sim MtOirviy) '
Mouth to mouth resusciatton: two segments. A public hearing on the project was VlcJJJ! I I I
was attempted but to no avail.

ment, the Heights Fire
Keystone
OVIIIJ1
Carter drowned at 4:15
: p.m. Department, the Bradford \ Zoning MODUS
5 when the boat
July In which Put-
County Rescue Unit, the
he was riding with three others Club the
nam County React Inaction
was capsized by the wake of a and
Clay County Civil Defense
passing boat.
and a grouo of divers from QuestionedA
All Company C, 6th Special For- 4 4rq QUALITY
water four and were Carter thrown died Into while the ces Group, Ft. Bragg, N.C. rl CONIUUCIIONIMMIDIAn

attempting to rescue one of On Sunday divers from the look will ,be taken into why L I. !
Florida Highway Patrol and fledgling zoning
the other passengers. the county _
Search for Carter's body was the Florida Game and Fresh- #t board has never met and why S _
conducted on the 5th by the water Commissioner joined the 7 r the work of the zoning com-
Clay County Sheriffs Depart- search and the body was foundat 7 mittee has never:! been completed cCONSTIDCIION -
4:30 p.m. July 6. will be taken by the Brad a.OeOae
.. Commission on July 21. -
ford
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-

I f' "l' .I F.iz9 Ej ge The Roberts former zoning Commissioner and committee zoning headedby board Geor- ONI nop


I I I 'r2lJenf/ane I meet members with have the commission been !asked at its to slaws r\.i.II\ : iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiii: : I

I mid-month meeting at 8 p.m. _.....-_.._..
Monday, July 21. Today everyone knows that money Is scarce Everyone except Jim Walter. We have all
I The zoning board has never the mortgage money you need to build now. We offer 100% financing to qualified prop
JUST ARRIVED I erty owners. Choose from over 20 different Jim Walter built homes, from one bedroom
NEW OFFICERS FOR POST 56 held a meeing and never appointed FOLLOWING omen lOCAr/ONS SNTNI to four bedroom By building now you'll avoid the rising cost of new home construction.So .
I II a chairman. Commis- why wait when It's so easy for you to build now.

I INSTALLED THESDAY NIGHT sioner Zedra Hamilton noted Jackionvllle, Fla. WE HAVE BARRELS OF Htrt's how you cn save ..."
I! New Shipment I II :Monday. He suggested the Com- 32205 man monty. W.'" finish/ the
mission meet with the zoning 1'. O. Box 248 3 v Interior of your horn.totlmatlny
Frank William! (center' was Gi'sey vn presented!" the Department board to find out what Is hold -_; comp/mt/on. You
I II installed as Commander: of of Florida: Certificate ing things' up.Chairman 3281 W. Braver l MORTGAGE toll shoaof .Themore you
I NEWEST STYLES : of Service for his accomplish- Phone: 388-1581, ; i do,th. more
American Legion Pest 56 at Dave Shuford < o"'l."MONEY!. ..
I IN I II II a ladles night banquet at The ments during the past year and pointed out, however that the Lake ('It,., Fla. :; ">i1o" you ?* mr
Holiday Inn Tuesday!! night Pic- also the Post 56 Certificate of zoning board can't act until the 32055 L 1.71 vs1i I :jai Iw.
I tured with the new Commanderare Participation for activities during zoning planning] committee finishes P. O. Box 10IS A Complete (ofScctnui Mou.Cottage* /"*-- ST. u""sN .
Nolle!! C. Deas (right>, District the American Legion's Gold work on the zoning code. 3030 K. Duval I IMM.v-.wMwn M,ww- =., I
!I BELL BOTTOM I II 4 Commander and also en Anniversary y'?ar. The Commission also ques- U. S. 90 Oluslpf Call, tend the coupon or slop by today) 'for I Mn-.1r.' ::n..Mw--IM- $ ,, -,-: I
1 Commander: of Post 27, Ocala Charles Schaeffer, Department tioned whether a referendumwill riione: 75.!.85,>HOc the new catalog' and complete' information.' I ..*-I... ': :: c_
and Past Commander Joseph!! '! Sergeant-at-Aims. presented :!- be required for the countyto I
Glssey (left). Gssey! with a Past t Commander's adopt a zoning ordinance. la. Fla. 32670 .. .. I =="1 -=-=---
I PANTS I.I Other new officer! Installed nt rln and also: a pen County Attorney Theron A. ::1001 S. fine st. PIFJJKJLrda ..1. .1.. lL-.c.,( I CITY sun. I
this time were: Ciail3! Schaeffer and pencil set on behalf of Yawn will be asked to rule on Box 031: I'll. tilZ.SItS ..aler J"TUr' mw MrMN:geM.MM c
I BY I 1st Vice Commander: Sher. Post 56.Other. that question. \.. ....:.==.J
I rod Hamilton 2nd\ Vice Com:
district! officer! attending ...
mander: X. M Smith Finance ---- -
I FARAH : Officer: Bill SCOPK:'::<. Adjutant: th" In'tallition\ ceremonieswere
I District Adjutant Vernon _""""'''IIo1nf.'W. I SIZES 27.32 A L. Crc bv Ji Service: Officei -" .--- .. .. I << !
,
I ': Floyd P--HV: ,, Senjcvnt.itAims : t. Johnson and District; S-rgennt- < \ ,
at-Aiim Thomas II Shields Jr., .6" ,
I Come See Our Large Stock I lain : and Lee Taylor Chap. both of Post 27 Ocala ,

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S e e e e S e e e e 0r '
/ ant -AI Siarte -

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AFTER J, ,'...'._............. STARKE, FLORIDA .- ,,.
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!) ll-ze( Further Savings For The

STATEMENT OF CONDITION JUNE 30, 1969

Hot Days Ahead .


ResourcesLoans

,
and Discounts $2,346,687.69


Less Reserve for Losses on Loans 18,674.30 $2,328,013.39


I Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures 282,025.87


Other Real Estate Owned 1.00


Prepaid Expenses 3,022.48


--- Accrued Interest & Income Receivable 51,768.74 I

.-: ::::......
LADIESummer U. S. Government Securities 1,673,096.04


Dresses SPORTSWEAR Florida County & Municipal Bonds 1,334,776.85

Other State & Municipal Bonds 939,000.00
Large Lot Assortment! of Colors SHORTS-SLACKS

Sizes 7 To 22>h/2OFF TOPS Cash on Hand & Due Froth Banks 331,031.29 $4,329,672.92


'/3 TOTAL Resource $6,942,735.66
!/ OFF ? - -



Liabilities


LADIESSWIMWEAR
WHITECOLORSBEACH l Capital Stock 300,000.00


TOWELS Surplus 550,000.00

AND COVER-UPS Undivided Profits 31,001.32

FURTHER 1 PRICE Reserve for Contingencies 145,723.13 1,026,724.45

,
REDUCTIONS Z Reserve for Taxes, Interest, Etc. 67,131.26


Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned 105,756.10


Deposits $5,743,123.85
JOYS SHORT SLEEVE

SPORT SHIRTSSIZES IRA DRESSES TOTAL Liabilities and Capital - $6,942,735.66FLORIDA


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) F.D.I.C.One Of 30 Banks "Starke's Largest Quality Jeweler" SAVES YOU MONEY GAS AND APPLIANCES
Of The Florida National Group 332 W. Madison St. Phone 964.7701


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Before you MYSTERY!\\jl jlAnd

toss this coin. YOU MUST TRY SUPPLYBehind
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( Old Big,Dad Building)
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OF STARKE, FLORDA INC. Co
THIS: s.s.NOEGEL'S
f" PHONE 964.6078SAVINGS Clip the :silhouettes and take to the merchants!! you
..,, There ore many pest control firmsI first one to present a proper silhouette will receive
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businessl
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.:c.:. Graduate entomologists. of $150.00 in merchandise at the end of the
3 PINE eligible in their own stores but may play the game
household If your property pests, chinch has bugs termites fungus AUTO SALES AND FINANCE CO. 1X6IX 1 1 8 S 00
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RED TAC SPECIAL! understudy?" E EWORLD'S
WATCH LYCRA

This Big 437-Pound LONG LEG PANTY GIRDLESl.hnltt'lttinw "...." extra cash that's ready to step in when.
Capacity Wizard 16666 only save S2.1l': \) 0:1: nil Long Lev Party stjlosor emergency hits? Half-a-year's salary in savings all! I AIWESTSELLING ; :
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isn't too much to have standing by
fa minis! Plavlox Intern Glrcllos. Choose the Regular Lycra : ; AIR
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laUty for food you ff il, ALL LONG LEG PANTIES:

Regular Lycra NOW$ 7.95 reg. $ 9.95 Reserve Coolinjr Power Dchumidifies While
"Natural Back" NOW$ 8.95 reg. $10.95
Cooling Automatic Thermostat:
"Double Thigh Control" NOW$ 9.95 reg. $11.95 SAVINGS ANC LOANASSOCIA1NON
Firm 'n Flatter' NOW$10.95 reg. $12.95 TERMS TO SUIT
Double Diamonds> NOW$11.95 reg. $13.95 _+
WESTERN AUTO Sizes:XS S, M. L. (XL sizes$1.00 more) lr o, &oAlee WINKLER ELECTRIC, INC. f f2J.t

312 11'. CALL ST. !Phone i)H;1,tirltPinehurscery STUMP'S DEPT. STORE ((004)).*.,_ sry.PlOlO weST"MAD40M 3'091 ST* TSTAIVKf : N. Temple Ave. Phone !%)( ...7.)96( :


tl ptpl 3 s For YourWeekend Big NEW CUSTOMER SPECIAL
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_TIRES Inc.1 t Trip

Highway' 100 South a1 ..

THE ON P STOR 117 .E. BnOW LEE (HIWAY 16 EAST) ohoDISCOUNT ,", :--.-...

I Open 7 Days A Week 7 Toll! HURRY! HURR! LAST CHANCE :20 ON ALLCamping (!H. "": .

FOR OUR GREAT JULY SALE ItemsICE :,:":.:;

Jugs NEW DUAL JET 200 '
In Gallon

PREMIUM NYLON CORD ..., $100 FOR 30 DAYS :
cI Full 4.Ply Whitewall Tires

0 7 -= I.1ST Rely.I !Iale= 4tll July _= FM ONLY $3 INTEREST i
SIZE PRICE PRICE sale
1 PRIC1"1'I '.'
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Plus DepositCIGARETTES e-"' z: 7.00.)3 31t.t0. 21.40 17.11. Loans For All Purposes j
CHESTS ALL TYPES AND '.'
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7,35.14: .to.no 22.50 17.99
=- C COLEMAN: STOVES LANTERNS VACATION ,'
7.7.1t U.35 23.50 lR.filO
C COTS PLASTIC AIR MATTRESSES DOCTORS BILLS EXTRA EXPENSE :
6.25.14 t/l.tO/ 25.00 20.00 C
16 oz.Drinks! :15 6,55.14 50.95 26.85 21.32 :z AND MANY OTHER ITEMS Maybe We Could Consolidate ':; i j
Reg. & Filter One-Half Price on Discontinued Paints ," '.'
5.110.15 39.110 20.50 IG.39 -I All Your Bills ::
6 Pack II.L1 LOTS OF POPULAR COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM .. '.:'
735.15 41.05 ,
I $3.85 22.55 18.i13 '
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Prices Plus Tax Plus Dep. & Tax.: 9.01)-15 5U5 29.05 23,25Aatroatar SUPPLIES, INC.HAR.DWARE ....

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DEMONSTRATORFully 1.1 CARAT 48 PIECE 'C
72 1817 ROGERS 1 til '
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equipped including factory air
SILVER SET
conditioning power steering: and l
brakes stereo tape player [OU 1 C LAJ. New Pattern Garland
383 cu. in. V-8 automatic trans- Color TV ( I Includes Hostess Set
mission and many desirable fea- Reg. $250.00
$120.00Now$9995
Reg.
tures approx. 11,000 mUes. /

$39995 NO\V$195\
PACK
Discounted l $1,100 fl
WITH TRADE
2 PC. CHICKEN
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SEE ESTON JORDANAT TEA SERVICE $8995 ROLL 4

SPECIAL - MASHED 9 0
The SANFORD

StarkeChrys 23"diog.Model,295 GL-610 iq. in. picture Class Rings by Balfour POTATOESAND

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TERMS TO SUIT 36 Months to payWinkler
Plymouth WOODBURN'SGEM
ELECTRIC S. 301 NORTH
AUTHORIZED DEALER OQ CHRYSLER
Morons CORPORATION I INC. JEWELRY PHONE 964-5126

US 301 N 964-6600 234 N. TEMPLE( AVE. CHARLIE' RRASWELL..: OWNERTALLYMASTER
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SERVICE DEPARTMENT BOOTERYShoes I ALL NEW| Come To

'" F-R-M SUPER CREEP TWENTYThe
C! Where TheACTION
t a, most efficient known
:J and Accessories method to creep feed calves
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101 E. CALL STREET; .

'\ WHY CREEP FEED CALVES?

r !SJBf" Extra calf weight, Extra: profit over feed
/ costs, Calves: are pre-conditioned, Weaning creep r
fed calve is simpler. Extra cow condition, Increased r ISMt !
calf crop the following year

DURING OUR _rF'-R-bl SUPER CREEP TWENTY is a combination .
of grain, suppliment, milk products, vitamins
and trace minerals made into:a pellet from
containing a minimum of 20'protein$ to hold the ... .
consumption rate down and to help calves better / .. 1..
saddletypelitter
container JUlY Clearance utilize pasture.PRODUCES .

.. Th.lltwr aontalnar' ,eon b.mad In ill.atlaa., ol Chavrolapaaaangar GROWTHY CALVES N w
cart In that Ilia(root, or r paitangarcompartment .
Tha" haavy durabla
: plaallo oontalnar haawafghtad WITHOUT EXCESS FAT
vinyl.flapa rlaaignad... to fit ovar tha floor lunnal
Thla eontalnar '.0 hold .11 trawal Itania Bueri aaaunglaaaaa
and road mapaU SALE NOW INPROGRESS Returns from the "extras"gained

,.., from creep feeding
. F'R' can result:;; in profits equal to
.. C8! one extra calf for every 10 ;

N SHOES FOR THE FAMILY GOING AT FEEDS calves creep fed. rw ,d/Fk:,"

UNBELIEVABLE PRICES /MI MIDI wlf Nf Starling Farm Supply 7 EVINRUDE COUNTRYSOUTHERN

SOI NORTH PHONE !04-7IOO
e E STARKE, FLORIDA MEN WOMEN CHILDREN ALSO ACCESSORIES 225 E. ANDREWS PHONE 964-6067 MARINE
See Our: BIG Ad On Page 4Cm
"Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer" 412 E. CALL ST. PHONK 5)646030.M ) .

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they can tell me the specialfor
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j..' r rI :, to I On Total Bill

i1llwI : :I:' I Sales tax on commercial real

.'. ftA I estate .rentals and leases, effective

:;"i I i July 1, will be 4 percent

:, of the total price charged
",' tenants by the landlord or own-


Sunshine Law Upheld !> I .': ,er.This adjustment, adopted by !

I the last Legislature removes

.p / .'A 1:4 ij the problem of prorating the

\ So-called "secret meetings" of pub- The opinion, written by Justice # p, 1t: t' .. l tax land as between buildings and

lic boards have not been a serious pro- James C. Adkins of Gainesville, declares : p'p ( _
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blem in Bradford County, but even so, : that: "The right of the publicto : v '% The amended law specifically :
to read last week __ L exempts property which Is:
it was gratifying be' present during all phases of en- LLL agricultural
I that the State Supreme Court)) had up- actments by boards and commissions is property- Exempt under as Section 193.201,

\ held Florida's new "government in the a source of strength in our country.' F. S.

sunshine" law. Subject to transient rental

..j"J.. tax under Section 212,03, F. S. \

This important decision apparentlyrules Although sometimes it wilV/ undoubtedly : r Dwelling units exempt under ;

out a practice that had become be embarrassing to discuss per- subsection (4) of Section 212.
03
F. S.
prevalent in some parts of the State, sonalities and other sensitive issues in

whereby members of county and city open meetings, this is just one sacri- Children Slated For Camp Again Property subject to tax on

governing bodies would transact muchof fice that will have to be made in the parking under docking or storage
space Section 212.03 (6)
their business in executive sessions, interest of insuring the public its rightto F. S.
returned by the Dr. Jennings will
This year 75 Bradford County filled out and Local children ages 8JJ and accept
sessions or even over a cup of know all business that is transactedby Lease rental of
"study or ,
children will] be able to participate !. 18th. And she said campers will through 13. will attend Camp donations. gas
coffee at an informal get-together. its tax-supported boards. In the Salvation Army's be selected on a first come, first Keystone. from July 28 through Then too Dr. Jennings said oil; mineral and other similar
Camp Keystone (as the children served ba.sls.Applications. Aug. 2. volunteers are needed to help sub-surface rights In or to real

Just a few years ago, for instance, pictured above are doing) if at the clinic during which the property.It .

it was the custom of Jacksonville's.City Prior to the decision, some boards they get their appUcatlons In by may be picked Dr. Jennings who terms that'sever the children are checked for their is Important that all owners

Commission to meet each Tuesday -commissions had contended they Friday July 18. up at Dr. Jennings' office In the camp "the best thing health certificates: to drive bulges landlords and realty agents be
county residents -
said to and from and to
volunteer happened. camp;
Florence Jennings
decide Dr. usa Building, at the County advised of this change so that
morning behind closed doors to had right to discuss such matters in
a Brad g-ve! Dr. Jennings some assistance
in
head of the effort Health Department on Church can assist In the camp July billings shall have the
what action the board would take whenit private just so long as their final official ford County stressed" that the Street or at Lawtey Elementary effort In a number of ways. In processing the necessary full 4 per cent added.

met in public session that afternoon action was taken'in public. But the applications must be picked UP.Farmers, school. First of all cash Is needed Paper work.

"sunshine law," now upheld by the .

'The news media, of course, were excluded Supreme Court, declares that ALL
session and meetings of board commissionare :::::::: : : :: : :::::::: : : : ::::
from the morning any or f'
consequently found the afternoon action public meetings, regardless of cir Diaryan -|

difficult to follow since important cumstances.The ::::

matters were voted upon vith little or It doesn't pay to predict the ''V By George T. Huggins 1 g 1

no discussion by members of the board. obvious intent of the Legislature, weather! We've been told thatit oven, but we found some relief AGENT
-.J COUNTY |
Thus the public's right to know what always ralr.s here on the! out on the porch and while ,
in passing the law "was to cover '
was going on, and to enter into a full of the members, where they any Fourth of July and duly reported working we could always find ,: : -. Agricultural Extension Service ;gjmr ;1
discussion of the and cons of an' gathering that as a forecast, so what shelter In the shade of a big e :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::WAMyA&X4&&S&ffSfi::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::&:;
pros deal with some matter on which fore- "In The
happened: not even a drop of oak. There was a song
issue, was denied by the commissioners.This seeable action will be taken by the rain fell at our place on the Shade of the Old Apple Tree"

board," according to the court's opin 4th. But this always happens which today might be called, A big change in marketing Inspection of all feeder pigs
was only one of the many instances ion. The public has the right to be pre- You write a drought story and "In the Cool of the H4 ton Room flue-cured tobacco will take being consigned to any sale will

in which public boards in many sent and be heard during all phases of on the day the paper appears, Conditioner."S SHad place this year on the Georgia be made at the farm. Figs will

part of Florida, actually decided important the discussion and all subsequent actions it's raining cats and dogs. liv Sam and Florida markets. For many be tagged using consecutive
McGarveyThe
S S S some fine locally grown series of numbers These numbers
years our tobacco has taken
issues in private get-togethers, commissions.This
of the boards and .
last week, includinga will be recorded
while taking formal votes in public.In We stayed at home over the vegetables quite a bit of tumbling around. on your
holiday weekend because travel young dog that came to batch of vine-ripened toma- No more turning and no more permit. Applications for permitare
over a period like that is reported our place recently has fully recovered toes that were good good. good. baskets. You will sheet your to- now mailed directly to the
denouncing such action as not be- new decision should settle, once to be so dangerous that if from his trouble with Alice used them to preparea bacco at 'home and the buyer Inspector. You should exper-

ing in the public interest, the Supreme and for all, a difference of opinion as you do go on a trip, you feel ticks (after treatment by Alice) dish she is especially fond of will get in the same sheet. .lence faster results in getting

Court said: "Regardless of their good to when and if a tax-supported boardor that you are asking for trouble.As and has turned out to be a fine. -fried tomatoes' prepared according This was done last year in some your pigs Inspected.BAD .

intentions, these specified boards and commission had the right to go into a matter of fact we suspect intelligent puppy. However we to a S family SS recipe. other states.A .

commissions, through devious ways, executive session to transact business. that actually it is safer to driveat do not have the means to take flours
She slices the tomatoes. TIMES:
such a time because so many care of him properlY. so if you little additional planning by
should not be allowed to deprive the The court's is clear. The
opinion answeris
drivers are conscius of the danger know of anyone who is lookingfor the slices then fries them along the grower will be necessary. Butter beans peas and sweet
public of this inalienable right to be Such sessions illegal and with onions and finally corn not
never. are and drive accordingly. a nice young dog we'll be some You will purchase the number are good for any per-
present and to be heard at all deliberations any citizen who choses may now take S S S glad to turn him over to anyone makes a milk gravy: and the result of sheets you expect to use the son who has been Instructed to

wherein decisions affecting the action whenu he belives that the sun- Tobacco growers are busy who will give it a good home. is a d'sTi'! that you eat until first trip to market, warehouse control his or her weight. This
public made." law violated curing tho S S SIn you are stuffed. There's more being true I have limited most
'general are shine has been now harvesting and men will then give you an equal
to the recipe than that t. but if of Joy in
leaves and getting ready for mowing around the yard number of sheets when you sell my spring vegetablesto
the auction market which will last Saturday Sam ducked under you want the details Alice will tobacco. The buyer will then cucumbers, squash tomatoesand

open soon. On a trip around the branch of a young oak gladly supply them. exchange equal number of green peppers. I have eaten
the county we saw a number of and ran smack-dab into a big S S S sheets with the warehousemanfor fewer watermelon* than in the
Speaking Of Pollution plantings which looked good spider's web and when he saw Usually when Sam writes this purchases made. So, thereis past. I would like to say that If
I but one field of tobacco lookedas the spder! close to his head. let column the yard beside the win- a three-way exchange of you have not eaten this white
if the plants were being hell' out a yell that probably Mew the dow is alive with all kinds of sheets. corn called Silver Queen you
back by a lack of rain. Early spider away. Trouble Is that the birds as well as\ a squirrel or just don't know how good sweet

reports indicate a good crop and web is so sticky you can't brush two frisking around. At this Sheets must be standard size corn, boiled on the cob. can beI
J Among the imposing list of anti- Bible as objectionable. Much depends It off and then there is the dan- time, though, all Is still and could not resist just a few
fine prices. and weight. This is 96 by 96 Inches -
crime and stronger law enforcement on the personal viewpoint. S S S ger of ,being bitten by the spider qUiet. and we think the birds in size and 7'i ounces in ears during the past month. I
last that be a serious affair. have gone on vacation to the have purposely not suggestedthis
legislation passed puring the legis- Fairly heavy ,showers, last and can. weight. Warehousemen have an-
S' swamplands, where It is boundto corn earlier because after
lative session are much-needed Jaws in week broke the heat spell at nounced that they will not furnish
be cooler. The nest In the trying one it is
relief ear then
comparable
In these hot days we get -
of obscene calls obscene and brought sheets to growers as they
the
telephone least temporarily
area
runner-oak is deserted andwe're to eating
Many objectionable. things exist that with our air conditioning system boiled peanut
literature and obscene motion relief from the scorching sun. have sometimes done In the
how sure there is a neat sign ?. However maybe!
may provoke us, including movies, However since then the weather and we often wonder Just past. you can
pictures.In we managed to survive in the there saving,: : "Gone for the find some from a late planted
books, and magazines that depict blatant has been clear and hot and
summer. No trespassing garden or field. Silver
days before a. c. was perfected.Our -especially Queen
immorality. But we do not say humans and animals alike" have old home used to get hot as birds too lazy to make This change also means that sweet corn is worth looking for.
that even these should be outlawed for been "hunting the shade. their own nests." tobacco will not be "dumped"Into

regard to obscene literature, a new adult consumption on the basis of per- '''.''..'.''.'.."'.'.'.'.'..''.'..'.''.'.'..'.'.'.'.......................................:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.,.:.....:. :...:.:.,.:u............,.:......."" ...,.:...........................................................,........._........................._.- baskets and that each pile
law was passed, following very closelythe sonal judgement. Our concern lies with ::::::: ::::::::::::: ;: ; ; ; ; ;;;';';';';':';':':':' will be displayed for sale just My

decision of the U.S. :Supreme: Courtin the exposure of such materials to ''r. : : ; 1\\\\ as it was packed by the grower. Neighbors

the Ginsburg Case, which assures young, immature minds.It : Airs. Morgan's Teaching Record With good this practice change to straighten it would up be \.,
Florida valid and enforcible law to :
a \\\ ::;: the pile and rearrange some of '
restrict the sale of obscene literatureto Covers Halt Century the tobacco on top so that the 'fl

minors, as well as providing stiff entire pile will be more atrar-
is that the for the
likely reason
penalties for those who would engagein tive and many outside damaged
smut-peddling to children.In opposition of so many people to news- When school bells ring in has made studerts more awareof leaves will not be showing.
stand display of offensive literature is September it will be the first what is going on in the world Call us at 964-6554 for additional -

its easy accessibility to the young. time since she was 18 that Mrs. than were boys and girls of 50 Information and source of

Some of the publications, sold openly, Jessie Morgan of Jacksonville -w. years ago. sheets.
the case of obscene movies, the don't even have to be opened to be -formerly of Starke. won't -I--

new law follows closely the require offensive the cover photos and art be waiting for a class to "takein. "I don't know whether par. HOG INSPECTION:

ments of the U.S. Supreme Court, pro work .'' ents are better now or not," July 1 brought about a changein
descriptive enough to
viding for the first time a true and val are convey After 51 years of teaching she mused. "Certainly, discipline marketing feeder pig*. This
the message to even the most immature she said farewell to her first at home is more lax thanit
change has made it necessary
id test to regulate against the displayof
mind.It and has "Hut why am I telling you
last month
grade class used to be, and that makesit again for the producer to do a
obscene motion pictures to children. started on a long anticipated harder on the teacher."I little more advanced planning. all this-You proh'ly have

retirement.Mrs. troubles of your own ."

Morgan, who began her wish however that I could
teaching career In Starke in stress to parents the Imnortance
legislation obscene or is to magazine distributors
Under the new up ,
1913. has spent the\ last 22 years of preparing their children! to
harassing:' telephone calls were madea publishers, and newsstand operators to at Flshweir Elementary in Jack. enter school. Read to them,

misdemeanor and can now result in police themselves, and up to responsible sonville. Prior to that she taught teach them to count. have nice

jail terms for the offenders. parents and public officials to demand 11 years at 10th and Market records for them and good

that they do so. Voluntary com Sreets (now Corlnne Scott Elementary books for them to use. Show

pliance would be much better for all ) in Jacksonville. them how to use a pencil and

Recent public opinion polls tend to concerned than expensive law suits She is a native of Clay County crayons, and modeling clay. It
where her parents the late doesn't matter if they tear up
conviction of ours: and court trials which
bear out a long-time might or might Jesse and Mary Ella Murrhee wanted to build character. and the books or break the crayons.
that a majority of American adultsare not serve the purpose of removing Thomas were early settlers in instill high ideals I encouragedmy What is Important h that they

getting fed up with the constant such material from easy access to the area that Is now part of students to do their bast have the experience. Then when

flow of filth and do not favor news children. Camp Blanding. She Is a sl'ter make use! of their opportunities. they get to school. they have .

stand sales of obscene literature.We of A. J. Thomas, Sr., of Stark and enjoy the things around confidence, and they feel very .
What keeps a teacher going them. Sometimes we get so busy important and special." e11et; Go
for 51 years through the stresses that we don't take time to hear

But if the powers of the smut industry and strain of 51 years In the birth sing or look for all the
realize the of defending has
Mrgan
difficulty Although Mrs. _
classroom? Mrs. Morganhas around U3.
the lovely things
what is, or is not, obscene in view fail to act on a voluntary basis, a simple answer. "It's the I finally given up her first graders -

of modern liberal standards, and it is then the public may have to demand smiles on the children's faces'" Mrs. Morgan readily agreed she plane' to continue Ev Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine

true that there are people who would even stronger' legislation to cope witha she answers without hesitation."I that she has seen many changes teaching an adult Sunday School
even classify certain sections of the situation that is already out of hand. during her tenure but believes class at Man'! Street Baptist (:HtKTSHE! SIMPLY uric it I It, sale to go and wheic. it
hone I've made the world that now it "a marveloustime Church in Jacksonville. She Is a .SK\-OI\G' : KO\I M\PS I I. daiigcioniham. .
n. better place in which to She praised the member of the JacksonvilleStory ( nl it: IIIC\X.MSI\C| in mostc.ivet
to teach. Don I men in.lIt water nii.n mv
live," Mrs. Morgan said In Teller's League and will I niniiiiiK on1.1 dullai 01, t tun
of
,
new audio-visual aids a* one iic.nl; ) all fnindi.il with chain.; NIMn .
.
The Bradford County Il ":--" a recent interview with a Florida the bright spots In modern ed maintain! an active interest In ttilli I llif fr..1081"1', Imatmrnthose ,- (.1,cl ili.nl u i i cli.iit.mil 11111I.11Ica.c.en' cli.nlt of etui, liss.
aic.itou
Times-Union reporter. "I this activity after retiiemcnt.munity. ttlio do cil' Ihi'ii .
she said. I moM ''Iillll
.
.: ucation. Television te nil Id! I like u lo I li.itcl u ti lid learn t..'II\C
TELEGRAPHESTABI4ISHED L. t.. ? I nil 1111.1,II inl.ilul l.ikn.Ilimciti. I hem I > on'1 II I ('ui"| \ xnnr I boa t 'ninic
> t I '. who in" .
\ ttcitone uuni
: "::1 tii 'iilli!. 01 l ((HUMMill II (In0 UllllIIKIIC
'oitt.Hfs' II i lm.it I Ki .iu\ "\hill ohould
1879 .C Senior Citizen Pearl Haertle sung to Al and Irene Nichols Our mental approach | ...f"I\. <),ll('111OIIIHll u Ullll j
,, become familiar uith! chart, j.iti
"e, -1 died June 24 In Bradford County makes quite a difference and I lie ili.ut I licfoic %ou lea\I: the
and Happy Birthday to Pete and I lie I i.i i"lIul<' Niitn Stitid 1 *. \ dunit ,,I II. '
4'heSi&l.Wflatt''er. Hospital. We all loved Pearl. Lilly Johnson and Harry Rosen- adds to the experience of growIng 11'1 C ninth like. a io.ul map, In I.IIIIK hiliII' ruuilj| ..
you /set, get in Her life was one of sacrifice shine. old We have our serious 1.111., I \nii iimltl! !;a\ it in ;a i c.i-; Kiuiu.u (li.iili! ,nc opcn.imliilplul .
MUSIR and devotion for 34 years to her KOIIIH I load lll.lpVntiiiic I lo I lio.ilincn: I I I hch"..
lIi/ht.-U-rov.( 1:7).
/ ) husband. Earl Who was a victim side of business as well as a lot who ('<.
A ESS With our breath wom.ike e of fun. So why hesitate! ? Our ItMin 11'.10'' ili.nl I MantIII of hlUitsl alonnI
FLORI every After I 1 i .in' ; In ;i I. IMIIIII out iltiiin
of sclerosis.
a decision.: Kvery: breath multiple r- --r rt club is your club. We are working Hint .nr iiniil.il" ; I In1 .".111! lniiIMHIIIH '| I lie "''"II'! ''i,h"lIlIh)( I IIMI't (lianncl-;
I IT ON affirms: I lif i ,'. 1 Decisions: arc .so his death four years ago Pearl | SENIOR |I'I'I for the benefit of all seniors mil ,ioadu.it*. KitiH% jiiti.i, '11.1. ili.niKC I loiiol.inllt., .l t the cliailt I slumuluic .
AS SO and her sister Peggy Payne, in our community state and I li"l1 on the' I 1..1. Miil.ui1., noNMiiaiUIII ,. ..itnl i l>ai II nit.P I likrK .to lie
much an integral, part' of us: joined our club. I CITIZENS I II nation. ill .!Igi') .Hill' OllKI. llllol' Illation, ., Ill loiiiul, \ link'' |>,i.i; >titc in 'nailing,
II that we hardly, rec-njrni/.e the I ,.,h,,' I In .1 iii! jt'i ( hail; IIIMII! mil! \\.iltr U .IMI! imalualile u ; on mil.,

fail; that wi- are making them. We were quite happy to see I_. e S e 0 0 0 SOur t uauittato.I nnllinr 'h,' ili.nnuUliow Haiti.
With I (;iod'.s help. we can buildtrood that a heating and cooling sys- Membership is open to men li.iy.niN nil in :alonj) .the uatu- I'MIIH ilinl,"* ton (.in plan a
I E. L. MIT1IIEWS. Edltor.l.ublisberPubllRhed judgment' from s'ith in.v tem is being installed in the and women 45 years and up- watt. HIM' linkage ,.mil t>( .liil.d aid'* unkind. oiilinK) ;a uu I '''III \<'1'11' dm-
will be later years should be hap- wards. We are non-political and !I.> nat gallon'I jug) llic unk. I lit- dial: U will lake
rarh Thursday and entered as SeconA \ )by prayerful I thoughts I. establish : Recreation Center which py one. If you live alone have In Iii"'! I.1..*. a i ti.iliiti.it I u (hail- ton!, \\lieie ton u.inl! lo K", and! li.uk.iji.nn
Claw Miller at the Post Office al SUrke Florida : pattern/ I of procedure' ,I a great boon \to senior citizens.We ing a pet of some kind can bea non-sectarian and join us. so come along! nil is "niiiir ll("\ililr I ili.in,;, .1 loaduatHound "/\ .
I from, whicli we are motivated.I are very grateful to ourCity I ,i. ii.iMK.Mnin.il\ id.nli IHMIII \liil, I il ton it.illt I tt.inl liKoine,
under Art of March 3rd 1879 the feeling
and to the Recreation great comfort giving uhtu* lMi.ilni.in shouldSOI .
Council tint ana* .1 .in ("\KII .u it.Minx diaiH I lit'
HubArrlption! In trade' area: 1 year $5.00; OutsWe This I) l betomes: I the I truth I abntilus I ,/ I. Dept. of being needed. Our Senior I "'1111",,. ( li.nIs! shott, olisiiiuI ('u..1'' and| ( "(.(.slit." SIll i t.in \\'".h.

trade area: 1 year, $5.50: : and we find we are/ alight Citizens Club Is a wonderful out Joe Kerrigan I till'"' .mil.. \\.lIt., dipilis, \\lnn uiuII.MIII i mlnn.'p u I It. ( lia* .1 u dilaikd. i. \ hook'.. 'Idmi
wilh I the IiJl'hl..f Christ. Happy 28th 'Anniversary wi.s let for the elderly in our com- ; in it.hi" tlu-in. n i it rast In MT th.1I1wwu. MMdni){.

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'................ OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAy ...............
!Sales Up


lln April .


. j i i For the first time since the
I Apt'11 1, 1968 tax increase cl- 1
,,arette sales are up over previous 3 irO. I 3 .
figures.In .
April of last year 46,689
j
000 packs were .sold compared
,to 68.040.000 pack sold In Aprilof
. '69. This was a 45.73 per cent

.Increase.Cigarette tax: collections were j'N. SVtlEEPSTAKES _
20 cent last + :
up per over year n
% $2.000 I IN CASH
.
giving the State Beverage Department a %%
almost $10 million in f
}
cigarette taxes to distribute s __ FOURTH PRIZE -

from April sales. 1 ',rt.$10 00000 1.1(1 $3.00000 100.00 IN CASH
Of this. $9,437 went to Starke: 50 WINNERSFIFTH

$317 to Brooker; $324 to Hampton 1 'iJJt PRIZE -
: $851 to Lawtey; $2,124 to .
Keystone Heights and $2,099 to O 0 D t 5 ) I N CAS H $50.00 IN CASH
Lake Butler. STpR .,I I N CAS H 100 WINNERS.. ...

Bradford County received
$381: Clay County $1,798 and
Union County $684. Quantity Rights Reserved ... Prices Good All Week Thursday Thru Wednesday, July 10.16
To date In the fiscal year WINM,DIXIC STORIS, INC. .. COPVftlOHT .. ISSSNo.
cigarette smokers have put $3.;
896 in Bradford County's coffers
: $17,973 In Clay County; $6.- No. 2-1/3 Con STOKEIY SLICED HALVES YC THRIFTY MAID EXTRA FANCY 1 Tall Can THRIFTY MAID Limit six w/$5.00 or more purchase excluding' cigarettes

672 in Union County; $94,971 in NrG: \ ::
Starke: $20282 In Keytone Peaches..4/l.; 39
MILK 10GOLD
Heights: $21.282 in Lake Butler; . .

$8,172 in Lawtey; $3,177 in 2-Roll Pkg. ARROW WHITE, OR YELLOW BATH 6-QI. ClOROX PLASTIC Btl. .

cr.Hampton: and $4,169 in Brook Tissue 5/$ '1. Bleach I 69 MEDAL S.R. or Plain Limit I wI$5.00 or more purchase excudirg cigarettes

650.69 . . .

-Lad XMCoMtr: For Bradford Julia County*'* Court Florr la. No.1/2 Can BLUE BAYTuna 6-Pk.12-01. FISCHERS Na R.tc n Bottles FLOUR 5 LO. 49

.*.. BAG
WILLIAMS In NOTICE.: Estate TO dacnased CREDITORS of JOSEPHINE Fish 4/$1. Ale or Beer 79* JUMBO KLEENEX BOUTIQUE PAPER. . .

Williams -
Al creditor of Joseph ne
who died on October 31, No. 303 Can THRIFTY MAID 4-I/2 os. BEECHNUT STRAINEDTomatoes

1988 ford County while a Florida rmldent, are of Brad notified *
TOWELS.
that they are required to / Baby d..9 4/ $
that .
file any claim or demands .
they may have against her Estate . .
In the office of the CountyJudge Family i MAM Plain CHOCOLATE or Peanut CHOCOLATE 2-lb. DEEP SOOTH STRAWBERRY
of Bradford County. Florida 1Lb. Can ASTOR ALL GRINDS Limit I Coffee ol choice w/$5.00 or more purrhnut excleiaarertes
In the Courthouse at Starke *
Florida, within six calendar Candy 3/l. Preserves..69
months from the date Notice.of. the . .
first publication of this :: COFFEE 49'
Each claim or demand must be 46-ai.THRIFTY MAID OR UNSWEET CRAPE. loo. ,. DIXIE HOME
In writing and filed In duplicate .
and must state the place of residence *
and post office address. Fruit Juice Tea 89
of worn the to claimant by the and claimant must his be 3/l. Bags . l-Lb. Can MAXWELL HOUSE All Grinds Limit I Coffee of choice wS. or more pur. excl cigarettes.

Kent became or void his according attorney, or to law.It will No. 1/2 Can LYKE VIENNA 12-01. THRIFTY MAID LUNCHEON
Dated the 12th day of June. COFFEE 59'Gt.
A. D. 1989. Meat 39
BOLA S Iola LITTLE Little Brown BROWN, Executrix Sausage. 5/l. . . . . . .
of the Estate of Josepaln
Williams No. 303 Can THRIFTY MAID 3-Sv.or Ige. SWEET 3-1/4 Lb. ROCKINGHAM WHOLE CANNED BLUE. WHITE OR COLD WATER ARROW limit 1 w/$5 00 or more purchase excluding cigarettes

THOMAS S George& H.PIERCEBy H.PierceP. PierceGeorre Peas..6/i. Chicken 99 <

Starke. O Box Florida 1010, 32091 . DETERGENT 49

Attorney for Executrix No. 300 Can THRIFTY MAID PORK B o CANNEL .

""First. publication on June 19. Drinks 1Lb. LAND O' SUNSHINE..limit 1 w/S.or mora purchao .xcluding laar.".>
8.19 4t 7-19 1 15/$1.
Beans 8/$
la County _Judge's Court la . . <

And For Bradford County Flor No. 211 Can CRACKIN'' GOOD POTATO 3".*. No Return Bottles CHEK BUTTER 69

WILLIAMS Ida.In re: Estate. deceasedNOTICn of .JOSEPHINE. Sticks. 10/$1. Drinks 5/l. . . .

THE STATE OF OF PRORATE FLORIDATo . . .
All Persons Interested In
The.Estate Of The Above-Named

Vou'are notified that a writ
ten instrument purporting. to be
the last Will of the decedent has
been admitted to probate In
this Court. .
Toil are commanded within II 111111 1 1 IIIU1II1I
'
Gl I111'''
six calendar month from the
date of the first publication of
this Notice to appear in this ------
Court and .how cause, If pos .----- -- GEORGIA RED FRESH SWEETPEACHES
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sible. why the octlnn of this
Court In admitting the Will to GRANADA
voiced probate should not stand unre-

fld-Theron A Yawn
County Judge

THOMAS & PIERCEBy F DINNER PLATE
Genre. H. Pierce
GEORGE H. PIERCE ( sal
P. O Drawer 1030 4--
Starke. Florida 32091 5
Attorney for Executrix IBS.
1989.First Publication on June 19, 0 .

-8.19 4t 7-10 _

i> TIER rim IIP roinT FOR
IIU.\JFOIIJ) ('01':%'1'1'. z with each
# .
.
Ki.oinnv $3 purchase *
O .\m ASSOCIATION/; a
wln.il owned government' cor-
>
,,'. an Aclof WESTERN VINE RIPE JUMBO
p. tngrre. anRlrlexixting' ( pursii.nit V = Each week a piece of distinctive Granada dinnerware
to Title 111\ "f the National. = will be featured for just 29$. For each $3 in grocery
ll.>u...tnir.rr....Act.. In having the City: Its of prjnelpal \\aslii -- } purchases, you are entitled to one Apiece at this low CANTALOUPES 3/$ 1 1t 1-
1nlon. ,. c. :' = price. There's no limit with a $6 you can .
Plaintiff| get 2 pieces and so on. CALIFORNIA SEEDLESSWHITE
CXLV'IN'K. nP'"FItnd JANIIelfe : EKdudinj: tobacco, liquor and liquid dairy products
C. IUt11'IY his *
Drfrndnnte. GRAPES. .29
CIVil.CTION .
.
Case 1&2HXrvtloo
Of Mortgage ForeclosureSalo GOLDEN BANTAMFANCY
1U ClerkN.ike I.' I.Prchy given' purfunnt W-D BRAND CORN FED CHOICE *
: to a Finn I Ju-Umenl of EUSDA 09 CORN. 10/59
FnntluHiire ,1111"l"t\ of July
E-Z
Into\ and entered In Civil Action .
Cane No 528 of the \t'cllit' '
l'hurt for nmlfoid C.untr or.l -
|d.i i. wIW1'11I.. 1I."nlll'nl. i li'ii. Vntlonil n cotrmniil.m. '--
\ :111"" ''''' \HKII.IIU
I If Plaintiff\ and\ <'nHUiK

hi.. U.wry!\\i H... nre and defendants Jam C D.nrY.1 bids
..Ml 10 the highest. and\ \'"" |
l.r'.nun for t)' rmntluiu.it cash.. at .the. In Bradfordl Ic'tArl.... 8-ox.: OCOMA Chicken, Beef or TurkeyMEAT

ri.\>rlfln. onltlthe 21 Kyal July' Roast
of sale .
Ir't1'rop""n'. Ihe Refeelowi forthtein. aid Rib PIES

Final Lot .J-'tfrtf1':" ;; 'Vol'* Flt.ent .
t IilTOSF. CLfll KTXTp4 -
aii-ordlnti' In platrernrded
t nit 1 1. .
l In PUt Book 3 unices
9 and I'>. of the current public.
LB.
Count
eco.ls, of Bradford" 6 $1
Florida.'
of July.
fated,l this 2nd day FOR
.\. n w.I9j" .
\
:.' a Carmichael Clerk ofPlroiilt

nv lleulah Court. M' :Mnodv.Pepnt .
Clerknenjimln .
.
:II. T
.\ .*' for' T.ifttorne USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED DELMONICO FLA. GRADE FRESH FRYER BREAST w/nb, DRUMSTICKS OR
115: South, Main Street
p O lox...408CaliisMll Florida 'lA' 6-as. LIBBY'S LIMEADE OR
1t .1JSTARKE ( STEAK MC
. .0 .wcoupooTHIGHS . LB. LEMONADE 9/99*

W-D BRAND LEAN GROUND Plus' 10O "" PORK . .

BUSINESSDIRECTORY BEEF 'SP' LBS $259 CHOPS. 79* Quart DIXIE. WHIP DESSERT

TOPPING I 2/$1.
. . .LO. . . .

W1D BRAND LEAN GROUND Plus 200 Stamps W/" ..TN..e.> ..w..o.


'AUTO SERVICE BEEF. 10 LBS $4 99 BACON. . L8.79( FRIED 2-Lb. Pkg. BANQUET CHICKEN $1.89


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Gilbert Standard Oil S.Service Brown Station ;i;IrI--- I EXTRA A-M GREEN STAMPS .I"j I I H GREEN STAMPS ;;1 I I EXTRA iH ,GREEN_ STAMPS. ;;'I I I EXTRJ4 dN, .GREEN STAMPS ;' I I EXTR.dH GREEN_ STAMPS ::' _

)
ATLAS .
: ZOO 'T' 1O OX JAR ASTOR 3 L> OK MORI If. 9 a. *KO

"J!d.et TIRES Terms* BATTERIES- Road flenrfc : J Dow OOOO Hand THRU !,IL Wrap t6 i: J 7 I OOOO Instant THRU Coffee JULY t6STAMPS : .4 X Tile OOOO Briteo THRU Cleaner JOLT 183 44J...(. Bnls.'BeH"'R ost : Grn'rB'; O ef ,: BUY ONE .
PHONE 964-7071 : 11' ice GOOD TNRU JULY le / GOOD THRU JUL 16 .
SUrfce : 1 1 #y .. .. 1 :. GET ONE FREE
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407 N. Temple ........ ...------.t.---------.. ... ..........--------i.-----------

HURST'SSHELL :r EX.-RA. :' EX.--RA. :' EXTRA r EXTRA : EXTRA : COLONEL SANDER'S

: I d'N, ..GREEN.... t;! STAMDS.. : I I d'N... .GREEN. _, ....... '::1'' I I .d'.H....GREEN...,. ... STAMPS.... .n-.. : I I d'A.:I.,.GREEN,... : .STAMPS.,,... :' ( I -d'4'_1 !GREEN,. .STAMPS. ;:
; reos" ; .r.T .
(!i' TWO D mttfS ; HALF CAL ; IO IB PKO BISCUITS
White Acre Peas'; 1 1 LH. PMO ''I .. TWO PROs BIROftIVS, ; I.. DLLs SOUTH "UH J"" / W D BRANDGround .
: LJf "
Service Station M"MULL''" aRANO : It Steakettes' ,. Corn-On-Ccb : a7,"{ Kosher Dills : Beef :
I GOOOTHIIUJU..ta : #2 000 THRU JULY 1C; OOOOTHIIUJU..IS : OOOOTHIIUJULvta :' OOODTHII"JU..IS :
Gas Oil Lubrication :' ," : : . .. i N' 3. .. "4. .. .. ... Nn .. .. ..
Monarch Tire BaUcrteJ l....:...... I............. ..............-...:................:............ :: ..............................: .............................::
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For Carl Jenkins


Carl Jenkins 59, died Wednesday -
By EBM Blanehard
July 2. after an extended
I illness. He was a native of

WSCS MEETING Starke. three sisters.Mrs. .
WSCS Circle 1 met at the Surviving: are w
BernIce Thomas Starke;
Church Tuesday night of last
made Mrs. Ollie King Fort Meads:
week. Mrs.G.W.Roberts
the opening prayer and Mrs. and Mrs.: Edna Williams Brad-
.
L.H. Futch presented the third enton. .
lesson on The Sermon on the Funeral services were held at WKRGRXXN BAPTIST
Mount. This concluded the ser- 10 a.m. Friday at the graveside LAR'rLRBunday CHURCH OF CUBIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PKESBYTKKIAN
I ies and we thank Mrs. Futch in Kingsley Lake Cemetery with CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS! CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF CHURCH. 10 Morn Sufnday: Bible Study 10 a. m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.: Morning Sunday School 9:45 a. 'm.
School. a m. ,
very much for this great ser- Rev. R. H. Butler officiating. CHURCH LATTER-DAY SAINTS Mor nlntt Worship and Communim Worship. 11 a. m.; Evening! Morning Worship. 11 ..m.Youth
11:15.
vice. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Sunday Sdiool. 10 t.m.. 418 EM Call St. Inc Worship : Sunday service. 11 a. m. Evening Warship 7:30: p. m.; Piayer Fellowship 8 p. m. ChoirPrac,

CHURCH was In charge of arrangements.a Worship Service. 11 .. m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: Night service 6:30.: Highway tern 1ce.s.. 6:00. Meeting, 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday tlc,, Wednesday 8 p. m.
SCHEDULES 125 northwest: of Lawtey. BeY.a. .
service 7 Beaters. pastor Re '. Robert D. BurebKINGSLEV
Grace United Evening Service 7 p.m. a.m. Sunday School. 10. Sacra W ctlnesday! Worship -Rev. J C. }
Methodist Sun- L. Bennett pastor.PINE .
day School 9:45 a.m., Worship: patient in a Tampa hosptlal. Tuesday Night. Cottage Prays ment. 11:15.: j>. J\. Minister Jack P. Bell.NOR1'USIDE .

services 11 a.m. Choir prac- Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Terrell %teeting.Xhunday. MondayPrimary. 4:30: p.m. LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL LAKE BAPTIST
visiting Mrs. Joe dean. BAPTIST Sunday 4:45 a. m. Sunday
and were Night. Prayer :
son
tice and MYF Wednesday 7:30: TBesday MIA. 7:30 p.m. Sunday Cohort. 10 a. m. Morawhag CHURCH
Dorko the latter part of the JDC. In church. 7:3: p.m. Wednesday Relief Society. Worship. 11 *. m. Fre-Ser- CHURCH ScOwol, 11:00: a. m. Morning School 9:30: a JOB. TrainIng -
P.m.First week. Youth Service. Friday night 7:30 3-chedule of service: Sunday Worship. 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday
Baptist: Sunday School : p.m. vices (Booster Band Young Union 10:15: a.m. Morning:.
10 a.m., Worship services 11 Mrs. T. L. Wainwright has 7:90: pjn. -Dean Hansen People and Prayer Service! ). & .School. 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship. Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Worship. Evening Worship -
11
visit with Mr. Worship a. m.
returned from a Ivy Luke. PMtofSMYRNA 10:45: : a. m. Training Union. .
a.m. and 7: 30 p.m., YPE Wed- Branch President p. m. Evening Worship, 7 p. m Mid-week Prayer -
7:3Op., m.
nesday 7:30 and Mrs. Jack Wainwright In Service. Wednesday .. 6:45: p. m. Evening Service. Wednesday::3U Prayer Services -
: p.m. Midweek
7:30
Waycross Ga. She reports : MISSIONARY 7\15.< Mid-Week Prayer Service 1st and 3rd Wednesday Service Wednesday p.
Highland Baptist: Sunday R. Bowers D. D, :
S.
is to JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:30: p. m. Com let us worship together..
School 9:45 a.m., Worship ser- that Jack Jr. continuing BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday. 7:43: p. m. night-1:00 p. m. Family night. m.
"improve "from a burn. "Grandiun 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser BAPTIST MISSIONU. pastor.
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., .. r Jan. wamwrignt came vices: Sunday School 10 a. m S. 301 North, behind *as-
Choir practice 6:30: p.m. Prayer home with her grandmother for Preaching 11 a. m. Training tee Freez Drive In. Sunday
meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. a visit. Union 5:45 p. m. Evening Worship School. 10 a.m. Worship Ser i i

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harleyand 7 p. m. Everyone welcome vice. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer -

' gave Mr.a welcome and Mrs.home Cecil party Hardee for Saturday Randy and of Sunday Bushnell with spent their -Elder A. O. Flynn, pastor Leroy Service 7:30 Olive: p.m.pastor. Wednesday.; E. L. I ........................................................................ r rY
,iiHinHimmmmmmi
their sonWayne Friday even- On Saturday night
family here. st. Marks Episcopal Criffls, associate: pastor.

ing. About 200 friends and rela-ol they enjoyed a family get -together Sunday Services i :.iHnWmHHiHHHHmn:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..:.::.:.:..::.:..::....:.:.:..:.:.:.::.:: .
tives enjoyed this opportunity at the home of Mr. and 8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist EVERGREEN BAPTIST' ; ,Himim;..;:;,:: .
greeting him. Ice Cream and Massey. Nine- > :::::::::::
Mrs. Wayne 10 a.m. Church School mii::" REST 1 1g
cake were served to the guests. teen. including grandchildren, 11 a.m. Family Service LawteymSundaySchool\ sjn :
Wayne had spent some time In enjoyed the gathering. .{
Viet Nam and after being Mrs Maxie Reddish and children Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd Morning Worship. 11:15. Sal

wounded was sent to the Naval and Mrs. L. M. McClel- Sundays: Morning Prayer 2nd day Night Service. 6:30.: --R v.
Hospital In Philadelphia, Pa. lan were visiting Mrs. W. H. and 4th Sundays. R. L. Bennett! pastor.
for several weeks. He will visit Hall In Jacksonville. A day of play has tired
here for five days and then be
Donald Reddish of the State
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
sent to the V.A. Hospital at CHUUCll OF GOD of
Farm was a Saturday overnight Highway 100-A this little one but now
Gainesville. 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke.
visitor of his grandparents
I
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Rev. Milton: Dukes of Charleston Sunday School 10 a.m. MornIng Sunday Serviced School, 11 a.10 m.a.and nt. Worship 7:30: p. sleep will bring about the
Reddish during the week were S. C. Is the guest of Worship 11. Training Union -
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Moyer and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Norman. 7 p.m. Evening Worship. 8. m. Prayer Meeting Friday 7:30: needed rest. This is the time
Chester J. Sirooppe.pasntor .
children Miami, Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. Perry Newsome of Wednesday! Prayer Meeting 8 p. m<-Rev. \/ f

Ray Dormon of Gainesville,and Starke Is visiting her son in- p.m.Rev.. Virgil Lovett. / ? : for restoring energies and .
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rowe of law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.J. pastor. '
.Nassau. .In the Bahamas are D. Clark, and family. VIKS'E UNITED METHODIST HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH e' ""'' ,,, breaks the day's pace.
visiting them now. They all Mr. and Mrs. Randal Brad- STARKE (Highway 100 at There&sa) ?

attended the Barber Rowe ley of Jacksonville spent Sun- Sunday -Church School. 9:45: : Sunday School-10 a. m. The Lord set aside a day for rest
family reunion in Macclenny on day with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morning Worship 11: MYF Morning\ WOl'shtp-ll a. m.

Sunday.Mr. Bradley Snack Supper. 6: Vacation Training Union-6:30: p. m. I ;" ,, and worship. This day allows
and Mrs. Claude Rowe Visiting Mrs. W. B. Reddingthe Church School opening! session, Evening W01'Shlp-7:15: p. m. h::. ,
were also guests at the family latter part of the week were Wednesday Night Prayer Services ii A4& us to be in the Lord's
reunion. her son In law and daughter 7.Monday Circle 2, covered -7:30 p. m. Rev Merle

Mrs. Nell Wilkinson, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G R Snnrks. dish luncheon. 11: Vacation Packham pastor. I house and renews our energiesfor
Daisy Boch: and Lynn had other and daughters Margaret and Church School 7. i
members of the fmily for a Sheila of Little Rock, Ark. Vacation Church School each FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD the week to come.
family get together for the The Mitchell Brown family evening. Monday through Fri- OF STARKE I. iii eii
Fourth of July. Taking partIn and Mrs. John Brown and dau- day. 7 p.m.Monday West Weldon St. and Raiford :::
this were Mr. and Mrs. ghter spent the holidays fishingand Circle 2, covered Road The Church is God's appointed agency in this world .

Maines Griffis and family Mr. picnicking at Kingsley Lake. dish luncheon. 11 a.m. Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. I. for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and

and Mrs. Virgil Griffis of Pa- Thursday Chancel Choir 11:00: :a. In. l'lo'nlnlVI'Sllp) ] ; of His demand for man to respond to that love by
latka and and Mrs. R.
family, Rehearsal. 7:45.: "::00 p. m. C. A. Services: 7:00: loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in the
DEAN
E. Smith and family of Jekyl
Island, Ga. i1 e Friday Closing Session p. m. Evangelistic Services. l ..; love of God, no government or society or way' of lifelong
Mrs. Ralph King and daughter j "Sharing Time" Vacation Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. MidWeek will persevere and the freedoms which we hold

Maria were visiting relativesand Church School 8:30: p.m. ParayenMating.. ::::1 so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even froma
friends In and around Law- 0. lJ: -D. T. Farabee Jr., pastor. Pastor: T. E. GUleyHEILBRONN selfish point of view, one should support the Church

tey for several days. Mrs. := it for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family.
King's father, Jake Shuford, MADISON STREET .. ... "
"Some people seem to think BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST 1i:t sII i t i Beyond that, however, every person should uphold
came with them and has been CHURCH. HIGHWAY 18 N. and participate in the Church because it tells the truth
they can gain rights by committing 9:45 Morning :
visiting Charles Shuford who Is Sunday School : ; '
vtrongs." Worship 11. Ycuth Choir practice Sunday School, 9:43: 'a. m ::=: "" about man's life, death and destiny; the truth which .

.. .. ,>,... ,.-.4:30. .Youth Fellowship :Morning Worship. 11. Training i.., alone will set him free to live as a child of God. N4 1b.. .
Union 6:30: p. m. Evening er'j'lce.
Union ,
Supper 5:45.: Training #

4 6:15. WMU Prayer Circle?f(:} n,Vf6er7:30.n": 7:30.:::! Midweek.."URev. Prayer i tier. :; ii. i- 11'1)'..- ... .. ,... .. .{ \' ... ,
7:30.
Evening Worship : :! 1 "&.0

REVIVAV Wednesday Monday -RA Family meeting 6:30.Night: L. Tommy Howe Pastor _ :.

GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH .
.
Supper. 6:30.: Prayer Meeting
7:30. Church Choir Practice, Sunday School. 10 a', m. Morn C.,.... Ad. ].... :
NEW RIVER BAPTIST 8:30.: Inj: Worship 11 .a. m. and p. =3 iiiiiiii. .:. "Qf i iH :I:
m.- Rev. Fred Johns pastor
-Denton Sumrall, pastor. : nHiii! :
a:
CHURCHJULY NEW RIVER BAPTIST
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 10'a. MornIng ".'
Suaiciay School m. "-
14-20 STARKE Worship, 11 a. m. TrainingUnlcu ;s or.

Sunday July Brotherhood ," 7 p. m. Evening! Worship! 3S
Breakfast and monthly meeting
8 p: m. Wednesday night ser
Services Begin At 8:00 P.M. 7:30.: Sunday School 945.: } '
vice. 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel .. ....,
Each Evening Morning Worship at 11; ser" come-L. L. Parker pastor. I
mon, "Four States of Man, "
guest speaker Rev. W. B. John- FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH FAULKNER HURST SHELL STARKE 66" 1

Rev. Virgil Lovett Evangelist son. Training Union 6:15.: Sunday Service: Sunday '
Evening Worship 7:30: ; sermon School 9:45 a. m. Morning Warship SERVICECarl SERVICE ;
GULF SERVICEAND
"The Best Things in Life.
10:45: a. m. Evening Service
HOMECOMINGJuly Monday Youth Choir Prac- 6:30: p. m. Midweek Service Phone 964-6111 Bill Edward Ph. 964-72S1 :. '.
tice, 7 p. m.Wednesday. Wednesday 7:15: p. m. Hurst : :.
Teachers and Charles Re! .. minister Tire TrulngHeadlight
20 Dinner On The Grounds
-- .:
Officers Meeting 6:30.: Prayer U-HAUL RENTALSTruck Adjusting
Meeting 7:30.: Church Choir BAYLE8S HIGHWAY r'
Everyone WelcomeL. Practice 8:15. ataa Trailer Brake Service .

ThursdayAs.sociatlonal! WMU Wheel Balance and
I,. PARKER, PASTOR meeting at Keystone Heights Sunday School, 10 s m. Frewacting .. Complete Lubrication .
Service*. at 11. Tratoia* Minor Tune-Ups AlignmentPROMPT
First Baptist. Covered Dish l
Luncheon. $$on. 6 pan. Evening Servfe ROAD SERVICE
Prayer Meeting N. Avenue -.--
Midweek 1011 Temple
.......................;........... .........................................................."'....................'....................-W....._. ....A..........Hogan...._....u....pastor...... %Wednesday 7:30.: Everyone :wel.ome. --" f
i\W,\ <$ Rer. George 7G. CQ PHONE 964-5899 An Minor Repair

i 'iEGi i GJUtYi2AW Thi ""ftIJ, parlor.lLtIPTON, 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Are. Starke :;.

: STARKE BUILDERS .'
CHRISTIAN '. Hiway 301 and 100

I CHURCH I SUPPLIES Inc.Festuring LAWSON 1' ..

Ii School ID a. m. MornIng
Sunday Starke
*10 S. Temple -
I Worship at U.: Evening t Ace Hardware MEAT MARKET I :

WE WILL BE Worship 7:30.: Rev. Carl Complete Paint Supplies }
STORAGEWe
Clarke, pastor. : and Sporting Goods AND COLD
: ; {:

IIm FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH "Check With Us First"21t DAD & BRAD SALES Specialise In Custom SlaughterIng j.:

HAMPTON: Cutting and Wrapplnc-

I Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning i Washington St. 964-5270 MODULAR HOMES Prepared for Deep Frctw ..:..
Worship at 11. Training '
:
Closed Saturdays Union 6:30.: Wednesday night WHOLESALEPlion.964.7059 : .;

Prayer Meeting 7:30.: followedby I; 24Ft. Wide
Y
choir practice Starke Nursing : LORIDA

k Home service, 2:49: p. m. Also 12-Ft. Wide PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD *
-ReT. Melvin Ramel. pastor. EST

:i MOBILE HOMES .,>,..',
I: CALVARY BAPTIST!
BANKING HOURS :; J ONTROLCBMIfA1 COUNTY ?
i Sunday School. 10 a. m. MornIng :' Campers and TraTeltrallen

m Worship, 11 a. m. TrainingUnion :- TELEGRAPH f
'
.x ff':: 8:30: p. m. Evening Service i I0.i Keystone Heightsand "

:ij MONDAY THRU FRIDAY ;11 11J 7:30.: Prayer Meeting WediMsduy. : OFFICE SUPPLIES
7:30: p. m.-Rev. R. R. Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320
539 E. Call St. Starke Fla.
,
9:00 A.M. TO 1:30 P.M. {r Butler pu..l''j'';' TYPEWRITERS \

:.: Phone 964-5745 for FREE
ADDING MACHINES f
W DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH
Inspections and Estimates
}1 jj1j FRIDAY AFTERNOONS f f BROOKE: BRADFORDABSTRACT
Sunday School 10 a. m. Mora-
:
:;: YYYy lag Worship 11 a. m. Training CO. EDWARDSGrocery r

::::::: 4:00 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M. rf. $:! Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser WILLIAMSJEWELRY f
: : Conway and MarI '
I vice. 7:30.: -Rev. Lacy
11 ,.... Better Service For Tear :.
I Groceries Meat -Feed z
I Alr ark 8a tM Quell Title Problem
::
: ::i ::.::: Sunday Belied totS ajn.: Mora- Official Clan Rings GAS AND OIL

":.. 1;.:.:. FLORIDA'BANK ..;..:.i.;.. tog Worship. 11:00 a.m.: Evaotng : Keepaake Diamonds Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edwards If
I Worship. 7:00 p.m.: Wad BULOVA WATCHES
II Prayw' Meeting and Bible Btu ntl.Iaaursaee U. 8. 301 SeMrth Shills
1 I 7:00: p.m. Study oo Book ofPsalms. 142 W. Call St. Starke
158 W. CaD Ph. M4-4SS1 PHONE M4-M1I
AT ;:;' Nathan Z.. ModUag.pastor. .
ti STARKEMember Xvryoa Welcome Phoae 964-7064 .

m !1j!! CLAY ELECTRIC C OPERATIVE, Inc. e;

:r;;;: Federal
Deposit Insurance '
Corp. :::::;;: "The persona most difficult! TwtOre Nertheaal FlsrUa. CMstlss -Hekjta. Ov ...... LIT sett
:; (:f.i:i ::;i to convince they're at retire .Owned By ThoM We Serve In
.:. : One of 30 Banks of the Florida National ment children at bed- ..... 47t-4f
,.. i.;:.; Group :;:::;:; age are EleetrknDyaUritsM HeighU. --
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Bryan observed that the Ott
missioner Zedra Hamilton that good lieved of cook processing end

Bulkhead Line the torney Board to begin will Instruct Investigation the ,at-of all precedent Corporation costs involved in volunteering Is setting in establishing to pay Bulkhead Law Is Protested Library the thus public.have more time to serve Resolution

,
the problem as soon as possible 'Growing As for the remaining
bulkhead lines fcr. Seminolo\ $100 increase -
Asked By Firm The development will! be good: $23 would be used for
for the welfare of the county Ridge The surveyor also said, In (Continued From Pace One) ) (Continued From Fags One) Increased Insurance coat and Ready on
Ownbey strewed to ,the Com Com $75 would be used to employ
(Continued From Page One) mission. Hs pointed out It will answer to a question by ,that counties or cities on their own has always had the right to do fiubacriptions, binding of mag the parttlme library aide full-
Norman
'cabinet), Ownbey said Monday: place lands on the tax rolls missioner Buck; miles Initiative may now establish but has never pursued Shaw azlnes, and workmen's com time in the summer. CourthouseContinued
how many
He Indicated his Is he has no idea bulkhead lines of fresh water says. The
group anxIous which have heretofore been total there is in pensation. 1969-70 library budget will
front property
to resume work on the ly unproductive. Ownbey estimated of lake and Clerk lakes and streams. Mrs. Minx explained that most be as follows If the increase is
Hs the field
Semincle! Ridze project. the project will net the Bradford County.that 15 miles "After the line Is establishedand However of In the- Department- em-of of the book processing money granted: salaries! $1822 libr ( Front Page One)
Speaking far: the commission! county around $3.500 per yearIn Darby agreed on the erosion occurs the owner ployees Conservation have been Instructed would be u'ed to participate in arian. $4290; ass, Want! librar
Clerk Charles Darby! told Own- taxes with Just the small would be a good Fe Lake guess In Bradford can fill In the eroded land up to observe any such a new service being offered to lan 3.120: clerk-tvplst $1.560 of Bradford County,"
bey the ccunty has not received amount of) acreage developed half of Santa tp the" line and claim It as his alterations of shorelines and ;small public libraries by the and aide 11145);); books, 4.000: This Board it orohlb'tcd! by
a. copy of the new state law requiring When asked by Commissiontr County.submitted to- Randolph own the spokesman said. report violations to the depart Florida State Library. insurance, $274: rental for the the laws of and statutes of the
It to establish the bulk- Ralph Bryan If he had any idea A report director of the Also denied was that the bill ment. Here >is the way that service check-out mil chine, $50 and book ,State- from exnend'nor' monieson
head lines, therefore does not what establishing bulkhead lines Hodges affects docks piers or boathouses wW work. The local library w111 processing, $1,900."Bookish .
Con other
of property
know ,what Its responsibility: is, involves, Surveyor McMillan .replied new stats Department un built on lakes and stre The state has always claimed send Its book orders to the state which title Is than that to
and the top man vested In said
servation law MoGLIN6 I
There Is already a
The Board: indicated it would : ams. title to bottoms of fresh water library which will order collec- a NOOL .
not act until advised by County "Yes. It could bankrupt the der the Cabinet as ImprovementFund the Trusteesof : the spokesman said which requires lakes, rivers and streams with tively for many llbrarles and Board.At
Attorney Theron A, Yawn ex county if it tiecidtd to wind up ) the Internal owners of waterfront owners of water front property this would mean an Increased
actly how: it should act and what the problem ,and establish bulk- has termed the Samicnle property to apply for a permit granted riparian rights of en- discount! for the local libraryof ,r 1 the meeting next week the
The report -
Ridge project unlawful. for constructionthatextendsout Board will alio call for Insurance
responsibility Is. and for 4H per cent
that fishing or more
heads on all waterfront acreageIn gress egress
fill has beenplaced If this construction -
that into the water.
states bids which will be openedon
Chairman Dave Shuford suggested the ccunty." boating and swimming according Florida State Library would
the meanhigh prior to 1959 no
lakeward past occured .
that Ownbey contact: the McMillan strongly suggested mark onto. lands permit Is needed. to the T- U article. also process the books and the Aug. 5.Thepath
water
county attorney about the prob that the Board go about establishing books would be ready for shelvIng / '
lem. The chairman also set a the lines project by project owned by the state. Bradford Rep Gene Shaw "This bill merely gives own- when the local library re %
3 p.m. meeting on July 21 with } as the cases arise.It Ownbey said his ecrporatloJhas however, says many personsare ers of property on fresh water ceived them. The state library of least resistance
Ownbey at the development site! would be feasiblba to establish net filled any state lands.had not aware that a permitis lakes the opportunity to stra- would charge) $1 per book for rs! w.t ]leads to nowhere. That is all
on Santa Fe Lake for the Commission bulkhead lines for just Bulkhead lines formerly required. 'The state Is now ighten up their lines based on :processing and Mrs. Minx said '-t, 1 WK4/ right if you are satisfied
t' to do only with salt water shorelines stepping in to regulate an area, the bulkhead restnictton the this Is a where James If.
> to lock over the pro- the Semincle Ridge:! project, Mc very reasonable rate. you are.-
new
% Millan .said in answer to another and tidelands but' the specifically the filling in of Internal Improvement Fund She also pointed out that the Russell, The Belton (Tex.)
; Ject.Owr.bey law also brings freshwater lakes water front property which itO spokesman said. local "
] ,
< was assured by Com Bryan question. under 1t, library staff would 'be re ain't she? Journal.
}, JIll. ...-... ..... !n-lvera. and streams ...- .
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I COR. CALL & WALNUT! STS. !d COMFORT

STARKE ECONOMY
s.A s.y BOOTERY
t

I:

We Must Clear Our Shelves For

yI It Fall Merchanise All Summer N

= Merchandise Cut To The Bone. ,-

I:: t ye R rM

::' w
?

I Going, going, gone. Our shoe sale is ,

:.y' SHOES on. Heels, flats, plain or fancy, at tremendous ,

:, savings. Shoes that will step
: FOR EVERY comfortably in any walk of life. Dot ,
t miss this !
unique opportunity
FOOT IN --y% ,
c;

THE FAMILY ,, MEN Step Over To

: t ON SALE Top Quality Shoes At Tremendous ONE TABLE t

i$ AT OUR Prices Slashed! Savings 'LADIES ASSORTED


F" AND HEELS t
MENS & BOYS ASSORTED

5 Children's Shoes Soh &S. DRESS SHOES 111 VALUES TO $8.95CLEARANCE

t
''f ]with J LOAFERS and TIES ,
' ; >

1i _J & ,'. "ON Browns and< Narrow
i i = ( Tower= Mostly $177 or 2 prs. $5 '

LADIES ACCESSORIES VALUES TO $22.99 V' ,

::.:; Designed To Take The Action Kids WHILE

:"r. Can Give Them And Look At ALL LADIES THEY 4"

,..:' t SUMMER LAST ALL SUMMER
,;: These Prices! ,


.. SUMMER SNEAKERS BAGS STRAWS Vogue ,
C
.:' AND ', Y .
: PATENTS i y :,y Shoes ,

,";! LEATHERS Mr VALUES VI-
1 t $677Qearance ? t
h TO $12.99
Dress 25 % OFF
A

Shoes 77 $ 877 t tj


ONE GROUP OF MEN'SSANDY
CHILDRENS
'',, ITALIAN: IMPORTED l ae r ., McGEE

j n SHOESDISCONTINUED
Sandals FANTASY AND


} t ASSORTMENT OFLadies CHARM
r:: VALUES NUMBERS

t TO $4.99} } 1 = Summer Hats $877 STEPS

White
l LADIES ITALIAN IMPORTED Out They Bone
i ttHUGE
Go At Bine
i Pink
SANDALS MEN'S SANDALS I-color
t
v' __ VALUES i- Blue & White
VALUES? ': _,.,
Sun Glasses '-: ';:' = '"--' UP TO Black & White

9 '-. TO SS.99 BY EMILIE ROBERTS 6*,.Ift \-. $7.99 Brown & Tan

1 t ..,,__ ,; AILNODE.SANDSTYLES ,,,, ....
77

CLEARANCE Clearance $199 5 Clearance


t $ 77
2 .. MADE IN
4 MEN'S JARMAN SHOES FRANCEVINYL LADIES DRESS SHOES

AND DISCONTINUED ANDLEATHER
NUMBERS : -M+ AUDITION t
a d d? HY NATURAl. BRIDGE

a 'al..,' ALL MEN'S $1700 VALUES
-
f 3

STRAWDRESS .. t

1 ,,!t, $1277
W y
.' HATS -- 1
/: ,
*2.77 TO $417 t
! ::1 i AND WESTERN I /

, STYLE '
I ,,,,,,,,r, Clearance



I .! /4 OFF VALUES TO $22.99 p,: $12 77 Clearance !



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Illegitimate Births Becoming Ii ,:' 7"It's a woman's r" -- :

: -: ,:' I Borrow Pits Could Become!| <


Serious Problem In FloridaThe ,. w : .f {b Outdoor Recreation AreasArea : Rudd Gas Water Heaters


social problem or out- curred among teenagers. State r 'T borrow pas'! could be de- ,lice him received:! the okay it I '. Jf :heats water 3 times !aster/
sites for }
continued to recreation !
ot-wedlock babies Into
Board of Health statistics show By Martha Sue McCain velopsd;) will work in every way possible!' : .
19S29hIlegltimatenbirths[ with that between 1958 and 1968, illegitimacy swimming and picniclng. the ,to assist!! emnloyoc'< In such matters :" "
reported ratios among white County Extension Bradford County Commission the clerk( raid I '4. Rivers Of Hot Water At
tor residents, accord- persons under 20 years of age Home Economics Agent was notified Monday. July 7. Noted it has received no
ing to figures released by the rose from 5.8 to 17.1 per 100 The suggestion was made by ,petition from the School Board : LOW LOW COST
State Board of Health. live births. For nonwhite teen J. Warren Carver, county agricultural ,asking that the pr!>".nt courthouse ,I ,
These births rose more than age groups, the ratios climbed SUMMER MEALS or. margarine. stabillzat'on: and conservation be turned
45 cent over the past 10 If are one of the many press out each biscuit to over for school :
per from 47.2 to 62.6. you officer in a letter to the '
(administrative oWe! !!'!. Pay For It From Your
years. Only 10,034 illegitimate[ A total of 47 per cent of all homemakers who are saying thickness of one-third Inch. commission The Board was directed Okayed I ''I
births were reported in 1958. Illegitimate births for whites during these hot days "What Spread relish in center. Wrap to contact Ney C, Lan- ,to Trlest a $$2n.74:> payment I Utility Saving i
Con'truct'on I
A total of 13,768 was noted in and 56 per cent of illegitimate can I have for dinner?" or "I biscuit around each "dog" so drum director of the 'Florida. "'- Co forwork
1967. births for nonwhites were a- wish I could think of something edges overlap. Outdoor Recreational: Planning tom ted on the new : PURCHASED FOR
courthouse ;
!t Children born out of wedlock mong teenage mothers. These easy to cook," you will enjoy Place on baking sheet with (Council, if t Interested in pursuing tion, dite of A Au pro !nbly comple I
suffer, not only because of their percentages are increases from the following recipes. seam down. Brush with softenedor j the subject u-'t 1 was predicted 4
legal status, but they also are the 37 per cent for both races SPANISH RICE melted butter. Possible assistance couldcom' by Architect Frank Gor- 4 $2.00 Per Monthon

often handicapped[ with[ respectto One pound ground b:"ef, 1 teaspoon Seasame or poppy seeds !give from the Bureau of Outdoor ,ge. Triest still has about $20.000/ :
physical developmental[ in! 1958. more to draw plus h's 10 Economical Slade Gas
percent I
salt, two-thlyds cup uncooked a gourmet touch ( Recreation Carver raid. ,
and their subsequent health. Illegitimacy among teenagers rice. 1 No 2can'\ stewed Bake In a preheated oven until Clerk Charles Darby said he retainer fee. I
Unmarried mothers are apt to presents a great challenge to -Received a letter of thanks : CALL NOW
society since their relative lack tomatoes, half cup catsup or t golden brown Serve with ;has observed such recreation
receive less prenatal care and from the director of fie Salvation -
of !is often the chili sauce catsup-of course! areas in other counties There 4
have of maturity cause Army 332 w. MADISON
more complications of this unfortunate situation, Brown meat In skillet at 300 Bake at 425 degrees for 10-12 ;he said borrow pits have been Lake Cimn on Bedford BLADE GAS
than married mothers in
pregnancy degrees. Add salt and rice; i minutes, nppreclatl' '> for having PHONE 964-7701
and that fact that they are developed Into beautiful recreation
Unmarried mothers also clay hauled in for t
f'ie road to
usually less able to take care combine. Add stewed tomatoesand have a higher rate of premature the camp and for raving for
babies. of themselves and their babies catsup,' Cover. One cup applesauce\ half a- "very nice." mosquitoes from
Although all groups of'women before, as well as after birth. Bring to boil, lower heat, and j spoon cinnamon, 1 can biscuits In other action Monday, the the lake.
The for nonwhite simmer about 43 minutes whole cloves cheese ,
in the child bearing age con- rate population strips Commission:
tributed to the upward trend, has always been higher One 6-8 OZ package of noodles 1 butter or margarine.Mix -Rescinded Its policy of not
one of the most disturbing aspects than the white race, but the may be substituted for the rice. applesauce and cinnamon! advancing paychecks to employees
of the illegitimacy pic- out of wedlock birth ratio UPSIDE DOWN CAKE :Flatten bi'cults into 3 inch cir prior to vacations Clerk
among whites has increased Four tablespoons butter or /cles. Butter generously.
ture is that the greatest trend Top Darby read a ftatement from
in the past few years has oc- almost three fold during the past margarine 1 No 2 can sliced with seasoned applesauce and the state auditor: saying the
:decade! The ratio for whites pineapple. 1 layer cake mix. was 2.4 In 1958 and 6.4. in 1968. Melt butter or margarine In 1 center Bake until golden pav is common over the state
SEE The nonwhite birth ratio gained bottom of 10 Inch skillet ComM BURGER SURPRISESOne and not frowned on by the

'The} Paint People less then 35 per cent ((26.4 line brown sugar with butter, pound ground beef, one. auditing department

to 36.7). spread evenly, arrange slices half cup chopped onion, 1 tea, "I stand corrected! ," Darby
The State Board says that of drained pineapple. spoon pepper, 1 egg three!! -tour said, asking Road Foreman R.

Moore e 4&tv sidered socioeconomic an important status factor is con-in Prepare cake mix as directed ths: cup mashed potato flakes E, Jones to apologize: to the emDlovees -
on box and pour over pine- one-fourth cup catsup, onefourth '
PAINTSCENTRAL pattersn of for him Since! his of-
illegitlm cy. Less apple. Cover, bake at 250 degrees cup hamburger relish, 1
fortunate groups may not take on top of the stove 25 to tablespoon prepared mustard. ..
of modern
advantage contraceptive -
PAINT 35 minutes or until tests done Fry ground beef and onion
devices, resulting in con-
In center May be baked In 330 until lightly browned Add remaining New About
STORES, INC. tinuing high level of illegiti
macy. Mothers of these groups degree oven uncovered, 35 to ingredients: blend well.
636 N W 13th STREET 45 minutes. Roll or flatten biscuits to
are also less apt to resort to Colored Citizens
GAINESVILLEPHONE !illegal abortions because of the Serve with whipped cream or about one-eighth inch thickness.

," 378-12IM lack of money.SCOTTY'S Ice cream Place 1 rounding! tablespoon of .. l
SLEEPING BAG FRAVKS meat mixture in center. Moisten ,a,.

s, One can refrigerator blcults, edges of one-half fold over and 'CHURCH ACTIVITIES ,
2 tablespoons hot dog relish 10 press edges together Greater Bethlehem!! Free Will t'j rIF rY

SPECIALS!, frankfurters or brown 'n serve Brush top with milk or melted 1 Baptist Church. Rev. Jasper
sausages. 2 tablespoons butter butter. Bake untll golden brown. Williams pastor. Monday night.

'Choir No 3 rehearsal. Tuesday
night Choir No.1, Wednesday
Night Prayer Meeting. Thursday
THERESSABy night Ladles Circle. Friday

MoPaCote HOWTo night. Prayer Band meeting. For superior service and products..you've
Dorothy; Mill :Saturday night dinners will be got our number!

Phone 473-1518 sold in the kitchen. Sunday

100% ACRYLIC LATEX School, 9:30.: Morning Worshipat
House 11. Evening Service 6 p.m 964-5132
Paint i i Visitors
Qualify For HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH: always welcome
WHITE ONLY l-
"Star Driver"Protection Sunday School, 10 am; MornIng Greater Allen Chapel AME

.;..,:.;:..:, I Worship, 11; Training Union Church, Rev. L. A, Sampson Whenever you see the sign above, our sign, you are sure
Retail List 8.79 gal. 6:30: p.m.; Evening Worshii pastor. The Sunday League and of the finest in fuel and lubricants plus expert service STANDARD

... .,..: If 7:15: ; Wednesday evening Prayer Missionary Convention, West Let us prove "\"e take better of "
hat care
you e a good driving' your equipment.
Scotty's IT 29 ,:. ; Service, 7:30: with choir Jacksonville District started OI
I record, you're for practice afterward. Chevron Gasollnes RPM Outboard
Sale Price vJ 1"F.LNfOUTSIDE Wednesday at Greater Motor Oils Chevron Diesel Fuels
gal I II Nationwide. The safest Sunday School attendance this Allen Chevron Custom Motor Oil, RPM Motor Oils Atlas Batteries Atlas
I I Chapel, 9 to U,
''''' 'M Sunday School Tires Atlas Accessories Chevron
Heating Fuels
Chevron
105 6 the
dm America deserve Sunday was -- over Duralith+
-' era enrollment of 99. 10 a.m. Morning Worship at 11 Grease.RPM Gear Lubricant RPM Oelo Multi-Service Motor Oil
some breaks hich with the youth in
charge Evening '
K. G;, 11'x.1\
WHITE vorn STARKE STANDARD !MAN
they net from :Nationaide's PERSOXALS Service, 6 p.m.

OIL BASE Family' star dri- fir and :Mrs. James Davis,

Retail List 8.96 er" protection e<;pe- Cindy and Jimmy, and his

PAINT I Scotty's/ cialh: if ymiV' > \ ri mo..' '' 'r brother, fir, aid! Mrs. Oscar
529 Davis and Wesley, visited their ,
Sale Price | than one brothers and families, :Mr. and No (Gimmicks

Sal Prices Good Thru July 19th BILL POWELL Saturday:Mrs.Mrs.\ Lonnie Charles and Davis Sunday Davis and, at:Mr.Cocoa and 1 Low Prices


Phone JMJ4-G164 Mr.[ and -\ndrewDrewof
,:N W. 6th St. Phone 378-1619 ,101 I 11'. :.Uidison St. Tampa were Tuesday visitors (TRADES ACCEPTED)

tAl.\ ESVILLE, FLA.,. Staike. ria.NATIONWIDE lo of his uncle and aunt, Mr.
and :Mrs. E. S. Sibley.Mrs. .
[ Leola Simpson has gone
I to Dade City for visit before WINDY JOHNSONAND
CASH BUYS MORE AT returning to her home Miami f sl .

after spending a week herewithher l '
,
h, ,
sister and brother In AND
,lj SCOTTY'S law, :Mr. and ::\Irs. James D. r

j Vilionuiilr. Miiln.it, inc 1'0< i iHi Phillips
,iiif, (Mlii I ..liiiiilnis, Oil!" Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Trlest Messengers
home builders
supply were hosts at their Lake Bed- '
ford house Friday evening for IN PERSON _
a supper which included Mr.
and Mrs. Butch Redding of Saturday - - 4-8 P.M.
I Tampa; Heand Mrs. Merle
GAINESVILLE Business Directory Packham, :\Ir, and Mrs. J.D.
Griffis, Mr. and firs J, .a. Sunday - - 26P.M.FREE
Gnann Mr. and Mrs. J, A. .
Gnann Jr. and son; :Mrs. Grace / ,
Air Conditioning-Heating Farm and Industrial ;MOBILE HOMES; Seale, Jan and Duane; :Mr.\ and
Equipment Mrs. Truman Dickinson and I IM
Air Conditioning I I MUSTANG familnIrs.; : :Marsha Lee, and ,
Heating Br' Santa Fe Tractor Mrs.: Louise Hall.

General Electric FORD i; Mobile Homes, Inc. .:\1 r, and Mrs.: Rodney Hall
are \acatloning in the Smokj
Buss's, Shf'f'tIt'tal.: Inc. Farm Tractor if Implement *
Gainesville's Mountains: this week. 1 REFRESHMENTS
Discount MoblU ,
f.ainenllle2520 N E, ]18th Ter. USED EQUIPMENT
Home Sales Lot. \1 ,itingIr.: and Mrs L. K. *
Tel. 376-8282 SALES PART SERVICE BALL POINT PENS
NEW :MOON CAPELLA Childs last Friday, and Saturday -
AUTO SALES GARDEN. SUPPLIES BRONZEWOOD were his son, James Chll- BALLOONS FOR CHILDREN
Low :Monthly Payments ds, and grandsons David and LONG PLAYING ALBUMS
BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson & Fan's Inc. INTO/ N, W. 13th 378134'I Tommy Childs[ of Fort Pierce.
,, Sunday guests of the Childs'
Drawing 30 Minutes
OLDS OBII.E SEEDS PLANTS were her daughter> and son-in- Every
'' J
SALES it SERVICE !MOTORCYCLES I ; law, :Mr. and Mrs. Leon '"
Taylor Don't
Insectlcldes-Pal SuppliesFERTILIZERS I...... Miss This
Fine !Selection of t'sed Cart of Fort Pierce. Exciting Quartet _

Taken On Cadillac Trade I'''I 'YAMAHA-BMW Mr.[ and :Mrs. Freddie Thorn Bring A Friend -
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 I We Rent Fertilizer Spreader* ton of LaGrange, Ga., spent se\'-
I 224 N.W. 11th. Ph, 3780478MATERNITY eyc 'taHta eral days last week with his

CRANE WEAR :'' Sales Parts Service II aunt, Hall and uncle Jr. and, J1randJirslt'familyThe: SALE FRI. MORNING 'Till 6

Authorized LlsrOLS1'ERCl'R'Sale: & Service'\' 615 W, University 378.2811 Halls and Thorntons enjojedatrip P.M: SUN.

FOR 110TI1ER5-TO-BE to Matanzas: on July 4.
2201 N, Main Ph 372-4373 :MUSICBALDWIN:
A FULL LIVE OF :Mr. and J1rsBill: Phillfps and

Crane Imports Lingerie Dresses Slacks Bill.x' of :Mlddeburg\lsitedRe\[ Every Home Reduc Ed
Volvo MO Triumph., Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits and Mrs. :Merle Packham Mon- : New And Used
606 E Unheisity: I{ da>',
Phone:' 372-42.M EXPECTANTLYYOURS P1ANO& ORGANS Mr. and :Mrs Andrew Drew
CHOICE Of THI ARTISTS :oi 1 Tampa were \\ednesdaj '
Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA INC. larold! :Mills\ and :Miss! Doro-
708 W. l'nlnnltv Opp SF.JC// : [
:h> Mills.( PRICES FOR YOURSELF
G'villa Shopping' Ctr 372-5353] Isiting :Mr. and :Mrs. Cle\e-
4 wheel dme and cars Mechanical CONTRACTOR I and Sullivan on Saturda>' was Financing On The
II Spot -- Delivery and FREE
Sales Parts Service I :MOVERS: heir nephew, Othma Sullivan, Set-Up !
Clean Used! Toyotas )f Hollywood.
K. E. Hyde Ent. Inc.Thompson'
1700 N Main 376-1266 : Lone Distance :Moving ]Jlaroid11I1s: and :Miss 1 Dorothy -
:Mills were Saturday evening -
Refrigeration Morale Parkin*
and
Sunday evening visit-
Beauty AcademvPOWELL'S Service Crating Shipping ors of their sister and brother-
Reillnr Air Condltlonlnc i Free Estimates Call in-law, Mr. and :Mrs.
i II IO!II Repairs on White Appliance 1 Pcrcj stfa
1 j HILL'S Sullivan, at I'alatka. Ii I
0 Industrial Combustion Service

I Beauty AcademyLearn 0 Bollar Room Sales A Service I I30.1S I Van Service Inc. THINK: \BOt TIT !I

a Profession: ) In: Your / : S. Waldo Rd Galnuv1l11'I :Mohammed said it: "\0: man
Spare Time Fa'l >: Part T.me: Telephone I 3340. N.E. Waldo fid. G' W. hath believed r pcrfccth until he
372-4771 wish for his brother
219 NW 10th 378-:'66 I. that which
he_ wlshoth!] for. himself" I
ELECTRIC 1fOTORSELECTRIC ,IJ1F.\'S WEARSTAG PAINT:" CJLASSLIDDELL !'\!; ,

I 'N DRAG PAINT & ,. 1, ,

Motor Repair Co. Grlffla SulUArrow GLASS CO. _I MOBILE HOMES 1 i

I 0 Shirt Florshelm Shoe i Glass Mirrors Sliding Door i4e INC
Ot Oainetvllle, Inc 0 Formal RrataU Tub Enclosures Shower Doors .
Repairing Rewinding Ladles Sportswear
.
2S1I N.New W. a l..nd tb Uaed- Ph. 372-9218 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand Awning Furniture. Top Window "11an I }' women. aremtn' ictlin;: Highway 41 North Lake City Fla.[ Phone 752-2797

GAINESVILLE MALL 116 N.W. 16th St. 372-8U1 uiiui".* these, cia) .4--but ( 1

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-KeystoneHilites .

l [ KOP CalendarJuly Directors of the Keystone Following a favorable report golf course) expressing its desire said yesterday that if possibleto
By JIM FOX Heights! Golf It Country Club set from appointed -
a recently committee for an 18 hole course and expand in the present loca- ':
I Pleaae Phone in Your Items 473414&BOY 10 Kop Card Party and Salad Luncheonat wheels in motion Monday nightto regarding suitability of asking that the Corporation tion he. personally, would prefer -

the Wcman: Clubhouse negotiate for an 18-hole golf the suggested airport property negotiate with owners of adJacent that to moving the airport.
course either at the present location ( the board authorized Its secre- property to see if such an "But we want an 18 hole course.
SCOUT ACTIVITIES bers Mrs. Elmer Howe Mrs. July 10 Kop Dress Sale at Woman's Club or on property that tary to write officers of the Key expansion is possible. one way or another" he added.

Scouts from Troop 105 returned John Bird and Mrs. Jennings house might become available! at the stone Heights Improvement Cor- Everett R. Fox president of To gain the needed acreageat
from a week of summer Murrhee. July 12 Kop Swap Old Fashioned Flea Mar. Keystone Airport.iIII. poration (owners of the present the golf club board of directors the present location, the Improvement -

camp at Baden-Powell Scout Reservation Guests from many: parts of ket at Masonic Hall Corporation will

bringing with theman Florida and a young lady from July 12 Kop Dress Sale at Kop Swap have to negotiate with George

Honor Troop Certificate and Sweden signed the register to July 18 Rotary Fish Fry at Keystcne; Deach I_ Wood, of Jacksonville president -
many advancements.Two view the show. of Keystone Club Estates! ,
henefit Swim Program' %
patrols of the I local: troop The art show will be open the mMr_ a real estate development ad-
July 18 Awards for Rotary Swim Programat -5\1 t'11 L
spent a week In camp with Jack remainder of the week, from 2 to Joining the golf course.
Layman 03 adult leader, Mark 5 p.m. at the Municipal BuildIng Rotary Fish Fry F r 'iL % F .aea Fox said the Keystone Coun-

Jordan acting as Junior Assistant Be sure to avail yourselfof August 23 Fireman's Ball benefit Keystone Vol- : w cil had not been approached on

Scout-master and Larry this opportunity to see some unteer Fire Department j the subject of making part of
Turknett as Senior Patrol Lead- fine art. \ the airport property availablefor

Mrs. Hallman. Mrs. Smith. *..NIIINW. $...-........."" .......,..,.,-, ." ...___.....-......."..".'"......""'"".........".. a golf course but felt the
er.Pirate Patrol members who Mrs. Wolfe and Mrs. ..McElrath.: matter would receive! a favor.

attended Included! Patrol Leader who were In charge of the bake or "Cap" Smith and Mrs. Smith X-ray SurveyIn able hearing! rince! it would be a

Dave Thacker Don: Triest sale held on July 3. wish to and Mayor and Mrs. Raymond biff asset to the community.Fox .

Steve Ashton: Dicky Henderson. thank all members! and Key- Starnes.Mr. Clay County III said that efforts are now

and Mark Kiefer! Members of stoners who contributed to the Smith acting in the capacity July 16 17 18A being made to set up an appointment -
of !installing ( with Don Fuqua in
the Eagle Patrol, with Billy success of this sale. officer recog- .
Beam as patrol leader, were There is still time to be a nized the following officers and three-day' will Washington In an effrt to have
survey
Gary Goetzman, Ben Snow, David sales-man at the KOP Swap board of directors: E. L. Jones be conducted In x-ray Clay County on _LL the airport deeded to the City
Few and Lester Ketch. Shop, which will be held at the president: Jim Zowarka, first "with no strings attached." At
July 16. 17 and 18, primarily! for
During the week the boys lived :Masonic! Hall Saturday, July: 12. vice-president; M Mingledorf. food handlers, present the City! must clear
dairy workers.
together as patrols: with The building will be opened at second vice-president: Charlie! and school personnel. Any per- Keystone Lions And Lionellas I with the Federal Aviation Authority .

each patrol assuming the responsibility 8 a.m. All profits made minus McGlave. secretary treasurer: son over 18 years of age. may before making certain uses
the small rent for floor Charlie! James. tall twister of the property.
of their own cook space : Bill :
take advantage of this free ser- Install New Officers .
ing. Planned activities for the belongs to the exhibitor. Brow- Smith. Lion tamer:rand direc- --

entire camp included marksmanship sers and buyers are welcome. tors Jim Eland George Ma sa. vice.The mobile unit will! be stationed LEEO. 'S CORNER
with .22 rifles archery Members of the Woman's Club George Schaeffer and Huntley ;
at the following loca- Now officers of the Keystone Heights Lions and Llonellas are pictured at in.
swimming: rowing, canoeing and all Keystoners owe a special -' Redfearn, Jr. '
tions: stalatlon: ceremonies held last week From left Charles James Talltwister William "The Holiday"and
:
the "critter crawl" evening thanks to the Fire Depart- Local Lion Walter Wilson sent Wednesday July 16-Keystone ; ( its value)
,
campfires and Sunday Vesper ment for their contribution to favors for the ladles from South Smith. Lion Tamer; James Zowarka, 1st Vice President; Charles McGlave Secre-
Heights Post Office 10 a.m. to
services. KOP activities.! Fire Chief Ed- Africa. Mrs. Huntley Redfearn 1 pm. tary-Treasurer; E. Leonard Jones, President; Kitty :McGlave President Llomellas; Hurray I say,

During the day, ample opportunIty win Bennett and President Jr. also presented the ladies Wednesday July 16- Oustason's !!- Lucille Alassa 1st Vice President; Mittle Haynes 2nd Vice President: Helen Wildt, For the happy Holiday,

and leadership was pro- Huntley Redfearn Jr. were In with "Helolse" scrubbers. Dairy. Green Cove 2:30: Secretary-Treasurer; Sharon Jones TailiwistemNot pictured is A. C. Mingledorff,
vided to work on advancementIn charge of the fireworks ExhIbition HERE 'N THERE to 5 i.m.Thursday.. Lions 2nd Vice President. For the happy Holiday.

rank, and members of Troop which: was seen on Lake Miss Debbie Frolhich of Wtl- July 17 Orange I'm glad that another one,

105 put it to good US!. Every Geneva Friday evening, July 4. klnsburg. Pa., is vacationing:; Park. Kingsley Ave. and High- again. His wife Paulette and Came our way
Scout attending camp either advanced It is hoped that this will be an with her brother-in-law and
way 17. 9 to 12. and 1 to 4. Ii daughter Louse who have beenat
in rank or earned at annual event. sister. Mr. and Mrs. Huntley Friday July 18- Green Cove INDIAN BEACHLake a Church Camp at Camp It gives us a chance to relax
TEEING:' OFF!! Redfearn, Jr. And visit with
least one merit badge. Health Dept., 9 till 12 noon. O'Leno for two weeks Joined family and fri-
Mark Jordan, senior patrol Lew Chaff, presently servingas Maj. and Mrs. Alfred Watsonare them for the weekend. ends.
Wlnn Dixie! 1 to 4 p.m. By Joyce Rowe( ( Santa Fe) Saturday
leader of Troop: 105. Wt Sundayfor Greens Superintendent at visiting his parents. Mr. Byi Michael Mrs. Strandberg is now a proud To catch up around the house.
II.
the National Jamboree: at Jacksonvlle's! NAS Golf Course. and Mrs. Al Watson. --rrrr=Jr.r.r tr S rrnflp : Chltty great grandmother. Her On those little odds and ends.

Farragut State Park In Idaho.: was selected to be the new golf Mr. and Mrs. Dutch Hennles Hope everybody had a happy Phone 475-1612 granddaughter, Dottie, andhus-
Scouts:: will travel via Greyhound pro at the Keystone Heights entertained! 80 guests with :a NEWS NOTES Fourth. Although there was no errrr rsrrrrsrrrs= .. and Steve Mclntire of FItzgerald Holidays are really great

Bus making many stops Golf & Country Club meeting family reunion at their summer organized celebration In Mel- Greetings friends, from your Ga. are te proud par- If we'll just take the time.

along the way at scenic! and Wednesday evening, July 2. home on Lake Brooklyn. By HelenCOMMUNITY Egan rose, several of the residents sizzling sun burnt, rolling ents of a baby boy. To be a little careful
historical! Its. Chaff will replace professional Mrs. Bill! Belote and children enjoyed the festivities in other reporter. As I sit here writ- They can be sublime.We .

Scout: Leader Jordan: will be William Hardlgree! who has accepted Kenny and Susie are visiting CHURCH area towns. There were fireworks ing this column, I feel like Len and Linda Swearingenand
gone for t fire": weeks, returningto a position with a 9-hole with Mrs. Belots's parpnts. Mr. During the past few weeks. disolavs in Interlachen. my skin is on fire. I sat on daughter Tammy Lynn of all need a break from things,
Keytore en July!: 2B. He will course! in Atlanta Ansley Golf and Mrs. Crosby at their sum- guest preachers have occupiedthe Keystone, and Gainesville.had the Oklawaha River fishing Jacksonville, spent the week- To give us that much needed

report on his trip at a later date Club. Mr. Hardigree and hi? mer home In Foley Ala. pulpit of the Community a houseful of guests for about six hours in shorts anda end with his parents, Fred and rest.
to the Keyston Heights! Rotary family will leave for Atlanta the Ray Cantrell son of Mr. and Church. Several were prospective had a houseful of gusests for T- shirt, and I cooked. So Vera Swearingen. So tha when our holiday is over,
Club sp n'ol' of the local scoutIn middle of this month. The mem- Mrs. Kent Cantrell of Lake candidates for the vacant the Fourth, including Mr. and if you're gonna be out In that Mr. and !Mrs. P. Tucker and We will be feeling our best.
Brooklyn left to Last Sunday Rev. Mrs. Earl Belden of Ocala, heat long don't make my children \Mark and Celeste of
? activities! bers wish him and his family Thursday report pastorate. very So
to his retired from Mr. and Mrs William Brewerof mistake-wear more clothes! Macon Ga., spent the weeKena if there's one point I wantto
Mike Wrinkle attended JuniorLeader : the best of luck with the new new assignment with Vance Gordon
with Mrs. T. I! Smith and make,
Keystone. Mr. and Mrs. Rich- I know that all just love H.
position. Holiday! Inn In Savannah, Ga. Murray Hill Presbyterian you
=h'p: Training Camp at Listen I
Mrs. Ruby Wolfe. \Mrs.Smlth'sgrandson while now speak,
ard H5ggs of Jacksonville and the condition that our road is
Baden-Powell Scout Reservation' Christine Brokas and Bret Misses Lorraine and Debbie Church of Jacksonville! wa3 Mike Smith Starke I think we should have a holIday -
Robert ,
from June 29 to July!: 6. Duringa Cole tied for low gross with Dey were home from FSU for guest speaker Now that he is Katherine\ I.edford and In. After that dragline got and friends Janice Parker, Mike ,
Ford of Ielrose.Mr. it It is
their scores of 42 in the 9hole the 4th of July weekend. The retired, he will! \ soon be living hold of really a mess.
week of rouahlng! It in the MoOantpU nnrt Ann fhafln all At least
(
and :Mrs. IlermaniMc-: All we need now is a hard rain, once a week....
Junior Tournament held Tues- girls! are the! daughters of Mr. lake of Keystone .
woods. Senior Scaut:: are givenan in the area Guire are moving from their and we'll have to start riding spent Saturday with them. Mike
day morning. George Richardson and Mrs. Joseph Dey of Lake Heights where he has summer
a
opportunity to: develop the home on lake Swan to their new with Pete and Joyce Barton ir has graduated from Navy Basic
leadership qualities! : : necessaryfor won the Callaway.Congratulations Brooklyn, home. home In Keystone Club Estates, their Amphi Car. Oh well, training at Orlando, and is homeon KEYSTONE
responsible! positions In to Mr. and Wayne Homer is at home Dr. and Mrs. Albert Holt have The McGuires have lived inMctrooo day we'll have nice leave before reporting to

"aOTlH: !4, -_ ;!ilK; E.."kh-1L1G! W.BJU'1'u; l' tUl* '\\t'i 1:;; I;-l u.iripiiil:; r'j'-" ..sa ucned .from a three-week vacation for many yeovs. "--" one j'ivVfi3ix' *O uuir tivie .us. a Great: Lakes 1'.111.
Troop:: 103 will bs Inactive dur only winners in the' Two-Ball Marvin Homer following four trip to the state of 'their'alma !Mr. and !Mrs. Floyd Glide Surely hope that you all hada MY. and n. Davidantz!
,t ng the of active duty training mater. Park Presbyterian spent the weekend In Pensacolawith nice weekend and and three sons, and Mr. and HEIGHTS
vacation: month: of July. Tournament held at the Hawthorne months holiday Mrs. Bill Strickland and child
but win "PSI''''!;, actt\its! In Golf [& Country: Club, July with the U. S. Naval Po.oa-c*. College near Kar as City, Mo. his parents. enjoyed yourselves. Even
Aueti't. A round-up lor new .t. ....."'wlIIlS lilt: tutU.....M.AIt. ... A.nriiimis, 'ienn.Thcmas Missouri is also Dr. Holt's native Robinshely of l Daytona has thought it's sad to know that ren of Jacksonville, spent the
the patticipants! and their guests state. He and Mary Acker.ly. been his grandparents, Fourth with Mr. and Mrs. James -
members is scheduled for S;p- Hawes son of Mr. visiting many people were hurt and DIRECTORYRABY'S
tember.KEYSTOVE. enjoyed a social hour and din- and Mrs. T. J. Hawes, reportedfor whose father was a trusteeof Mr. and Mn, Roy Sampson and killed over the weekend, it was and Bobbins !Mrs.JudyThomas Lori the-
ON:' PARADE ner prepared by ladles! of the active duty with the Army the college. met and were Mrs. Ruby Chlappinl. nice to hate a break. as daughter spent

D-,ilte the! warm weather local club. last week. married! two days before Christ. !Mr. and Mrs. Larry \Hill! became you'Jsee\ In my poem this week Recently with them.English and Romania AUTO

ilit- KOP Art Show Receptionilifw : LIONS:' INSTALLATION:' mas in 1908 In Mrs. Holt's home parents: of a baby girlon week I wish we could have a Hilton were visited by'

a paoc" :attendance: at t fie AND: DINNER: :' MIs Tammy Darby, of Jack- town of Mlddl<;!ton, N. Y. Their July 4ih. She has been holiday every week. their niece, Mrs. Frances Elliot SERVICE
Members' of Miss family of 60 children named Cnri<;tin'1. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Miley of
:Mi::-j'c'pal' Building Sunday the Keystone sonville. will! be visiting over and children of San Juan
:afteinoonAIr Lions Club. their! wives, and invited Buzzy Zowarka and family for grandchildren, and great grandchildren Mr. and !Mrs. B. K. Kelley Waldo visited us Wednesdaynight Puerto Rico her sister !Mrs. Complete Auto RepairsAir

: Herrv: Scht.ber.. chair- guests attended the an- the next two weeks. During h",' feted them last Decem- celebrated the Fourth with; a after I'rajer Meeting. The Odell Moore; and daughter and Conditioning Repairs

ivar: for: the art s!'!:ow. \-1es! to nual installation dinner held at visit! she will! participate in the ber with an open house recep- cookout at their lake home Milcvs took us to church and family Beverly and Hugh & Automatic Transmission

thank :Mrs. Sara MacDonald the Masonic Hall Monday even Rotary Club's swimming pro- tion. Their son Dr. David Holt, They had friends and relatives back while\ Otis Melton and Fletcher and son of Jackson Sen-ice
club neIdl'nt.10 greeted !nll. June 30. gram. is now minister of a PresbyterIan from Tampa, St. J Petersburg. his mother were in Ohio, picking yule PHONE 473-1404

gut'st"11'11: Chailes: .: Newman Prior to the dinner and InstallatIon Church in Columbia Mo.( Branford and as far away as up his grandmother. We Jimmy' and flunky Brummctt, Little Lake Bedford
coordlnn'it: for: the art) show. of Incom'ng off'cers.' Mr. Mrs Frank Walrath and chI. Upon returning to Keystone Turkey' George( Alderman, Chittvs spent the evening of the of Jacksonville, and Mr. and
and hnI''.tajt) ccnhIte' memDRAGLINE and :Mrs Jim Zowarka hosted a dren of Alaska, are visiting Dr. Holt took up the veins of who lives in the Aleutian Islands Fourth out In the fresh open !Mrs.illiam Salny and son
social! fam'.ly and friends for the service! and conducted the air, and enjoyed a fish fry with BEAUTY SHOP
:: hour at their home on ; has also been visitingthe also of Jacksonville! visited
Lakevlew! Drive. Chris! Zowarkaand month of July. Mrs. Walrath morning worship and commun- helle.\s. .grandparents Hubert and Pete and Joyce Barton.Mr. .

WORKHl'LLDOZING :Miss Tish Zowarka aesistedtheir will! be remembered! as the for .ion-.. on. Julv. 6. Mrs. Bernlce Guno( spent the Kenneth Palm. Chlttj and ,Kay and my Padgett cousins of, and Mrs. MJ, Johns KEYSTONEBEAUTY

: parents: in caring for the mer Bobbie Bastedo. A SPECIAL THANKS:' Fourth with friends In' :MI-io Starkc. 'Ihej were campingon and family were down at their SHOPEDITH

EARTH :MOVING guests. Former Keystoner Nick Bur. Several weeks ago the Community canopy the Oklawiha River, so we I lake. home over the long weekend -

Following the social hour. son was in Keystone last week Church bulletin gave a lIJPI.ICATE[ lllmIlcr; : had some of those delicious !\II') and Sirs! Calvin Pace and JOHNSON Owner
CALL members and their guests met visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bill! report on the prayerful hope \\ln.ier Duplicate/ Bridge Bream and Catfish they had Personal and Creative Hair Styl-
$ family are spending a few weeksat
at the :Masonic Hall for a turkey the balance of the mort- caught fresh. My mother Cric- ing Evry Form of Beauty
Big Chief HeavyConstruction Scales. Nick will! leave soon to that last week were: :Mrs., (Gay the Thonns' cottage.Mr. .
and ham dinner: CUlturerue..sat.. 9-5 closed
prepared by School An. ket and Grandmother :
the begin active duty training with gage on he Sunday LUingstoii and :Mrs. R.IJ Star- Copeland and :Mrs. Steve Smith and ''MOD aJl'.
I Inc. nienibers'President wi\'s! the' Marines. nex which is used for the Couples -. nes, 1st place: :MrsV.. J. spent Wednesday visiting m.v children \'Islted11': and :Mrs..
E, L Jones welcomed Class and the Youth Fellowship Aunt Clara Sullivan of \\ill-
Grolick( a.rlllss: Iva Hilljer, Clarence Puffin) over the week
Palatka 325-7476: fie! honored guests, which Included among the holiday! Club could bs: paid off 2nd place; :Mrs. H. Allen Iston. and another aunt Teenle end. :\1 rs. Smith and tie,' children I HARDWARE UILIJING I MATERIAL

included Past Dlsflct: Govern- guests of :Mr. and Mrs. Phil by 'June 30. On July 6 Dr. Holt and Mi -.. J.Foster\ 3rc Crenshaw of Gainesville, in spent t the week at t tlitli i cottage _
Cl'omer'a s Mrs. Cromer's gratefully acknowledged an anonymous place: :Mrs. Rij' Becker! and \\lllislon.:! They also visited /: ,

brother and family of Annlston! !gift of $500 which, with :Mrs. B, H. (;(.<;11. 4th place. Mrs. Ida Whitehead in the I Ed: Salisbury' and party< and BROOKLYN
Ala. and pledges, erases Gainesville I'xtcnded Care & :\1 and :
recent gifts r. Mrs. I Jelonhl'.denare\( SUPPLY HOUSELumber
STOP Nursing Center.unt Teenie
any debt on the building. staying at Griffin's Lodge:: this .
Aunt lara came Frldij! afternoon Plywood Builder'sHardware
Mr. and Bubba Moody
Mrs. The Christian Mls'lonary Pro- service to week.
their labors of o and Roofing Shoetrock .
-
got some corn we
and son. Rhett, were weekend! Bible Satu'da.Huss and Jean
Vacation
ject of the many In the years past Mr had for them and went for a Paneling Paints Insulation
STEAMINGAND guests of Mr. Moody's parents School, under Mrs. Barry Wy Wallenius Is over BO years! of swim. Pierce visited us, and enjoyed Tools Electrical &: Plumbing
Mr. and Mrs Chester Moody of 101'more !swimming! and sunning. :My
man's direction. I Is grateful suffT-,
age and not at all well :Mr. and !Mrs Frasier and Supplies
Lake Brooklyn. than $80 collected for Mr.and ing from arthritis which requites and Barbara Harrows grandparents. Hubert and
family
SEE P.ilma Chilly Starkc. and Hwy. 21 N. of Keystone 173-4880
Mrs. Charles Dudley and of But since m)
use a cano. spent the holiday weekend with
_._. Mr. and !Mrs.\ James Butt and cousins!! Buddy' and Merle F.Ilis -
,,_ : their two children The Dudleyswere for
they started their holiday Mr. and Mrs. 1 laryl l Barrows "
four ch'ldren.: of Newport News. and daughter Elaine: of(.a in-
.4.US ABOUT of the Couples CONCRETE PRODUCTS
members past two weeks! with Mr. nnrl Mr.) and :Mrs. Owen Bryant
-.4. Va.. were guests- last week of esville visited us Sunday.
Class last summer, and Mr. Mrs. John Elllason: on Lakr snont; the Fourth with !Mr. and
A NEW Mr. and Mrs. James Zowarka. Dudley helped with the swim. Rosa Charles has taken diilv Mrs. Lagrase in Gainesville. FORCONCRETE

The two families had not seen wing program. It Is hoped that walks to the lake and has been Greg, Karen, and :M.irk Reddish PRODUCTS

CAR LOAN one another since thev were sta- when they visit the Sunday able to discard! his cane. Bella: ofStarke are spending ten KEYSTONEDRIVEIN CALL OR SEE

tiered together In Malta. School before leaving! for their Point was developed by Mr and dijs with their grandparents, Edward's Buildng!
mls'ion field in Africa for five Mrs. Wallcnlus when they con !\II'. and :Mrs. I D, 'i\'. Carpenter -
4.t Mrs. Dan Pater has returned years, that additional contilbu-! verted the original W. Lake-view while their mother Is in Supply, Inc.

home after accompanying her tions will be glvE'n.frs.. Wy- Drive which was a Jungle, and the :Methodist Hospital In Jack- 726 S. :MAIN 373-484
$ j : daughter Margaret to Brockton.Ma man will appreciate hearing! deeded the extens'on' (recently! sonville. Mrs. Helen Walker, Gainesville. Florida
!*.. \\'her'o1anaret' \ will be
from interested person or renamed Lake Drive> Into a and !Mr. and Mrs. Howen Per
in training: for three mantis groups. complex of new homes On this rltt of Jacksonville were week- Fri.. Sat: July: II 1, 12 NURSERY
at Brockton's VA hospital. Mar- end visitors of the Carpenters.I .
FELLOWSHIP CLUB. tract are now five new home '"
Lrk garet graduated' in June from head of thHoiticultural and rcggv Ham ot I J-I: :11
M. B. Jordan And that !o long" of Helen'srings O.C. Carnes
the University! of Florida! witha Ral- (;Gainesville and C'oburn'smother Die1-I'' ... Nursery
of
Division bell for these are still 1 "
dearree in Occupational Therapy n :Mrs. Norailson, I LIH.t:. nRjJ04 < 4L
ford State Prson.: will appear throe? lots left and the lakesideone : Thousand of plants
The training is included in spent the weekend at their lake -
her educational program.In at the; Fellowshlo Club luncheon has a special spot In theirplanning homc.1: r. and :Mrs Randolph L I mrI. I :.I Fruit Trees-Shade Tree

meeting on August 14 Instead of \ O>vcns were luncheon guests of .. .1...... Evergreens
U Summitt N. J. Mrs. Pater July 10. as previously announ- Mrs. Alma Frost left last the Rains last Friday. Camellias & Azaleas
) ced. The change in dates was Monday to reside with her son Sun. :Mon. Tues.
and Margaret v'sited! with Mrs. :Mr. and :Mrs. l.arrorvtxxl: : MOST ALL I IN CANS
Pater's brother-in-law and sister due to a conflict with the KOP John and her brother and family left Frldaj for California from July 13.: 1 II I, 15
Mr. and Mrs. John Whelan. Woman's Club luncheon and the William Proudmani, In where they will I I go to I IImail.I PLANT ANY TIME -

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kenna card party which! was also "1asSDchuQetts.fE'r many I From there \.arl'3' will go to Beautiful Hoses -

Why: put up with a car you can't depend on ? Get and daughter'. of Troy, N. Y.. scheduled for July 10. friends hope to *ce her back l Vietnam and she will:0 'to The Daring! Game I.andscapinA'Phone
/:
a nesscar now and enjoy reliable! !safe driving. To are vacationing! with Mr. and A REQUEST among us come holidiy tlm!.'. Talpeh. I.arr' will/ have: a

: finance: your car. see u* 1'or n low cost! e:1 ,\'-toI'l"pL Mrs. Jack Sullivan of Nel'on's Last January reporters for! Why not send a card to her week off after each six weeks, with Lloyd Uruljjes 659-2165

= Auto Loan, Our loan experts ait- ready t to erve Point. Mrs. Kenna and Mrs. this paper were requested to which will reach her? on her arrival and visit with her on the Isle 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on

: 'Oll. with speed, in confidence.KEYSTONE Sullivan are cousins have their Items In The Telegraph lit 127 Mechanic St., Canton of Talpeh.I Before leaving on \ed.. Tim ii r.. July, 1 1(5(;, i 17 Hw)'. 100 at Fiorahome
office on Monday morn- Mt: 3. 02021. FridaJ.5.: :.Norwood's f.imfl
\
,
vir. and Mrs. Edward D. Ma- ings. Thus it is necessary that Capt. and Mrs L. J, Bceble :Mr. and :Mrs.. \\inclom( and theirother USED CARS
her. Jr. and six Chfldl"' n. of we have your personals or socIal of Clearwater spent the Fouitli children enjoyed a fish R rAUQUELWHCH
:
STATE BANK Jacksonville. Mrs. E. D. Maher items bv Friday evening! as with Mr and Mrs! Howard fii at the horn of \l.ari'.\'s : : ,: Hanks Used Cars
Sr. and laughter. Patty of New I must mall fie! report on Saturday :: Tucker of BrooklYn L-ike Tin- p : Memb.r F.DJ.C. Key tOlMt Hdfhti, FU.T Orleans Mr. and M R. William! afternoon. So why not ladles are sisters.It :Norwood) \, A BIG CASH DISCOUNT

Wells of Gainesville! and Dr.Albert call me? was so good to see and talkto Charles Strandberg of .Jackson TERMSBUY

.:. .ur FrieadJ Baak la Tour' l'rIelWl11. Rellly of Jacksonville PERSONALS Mrs Aughtry Vance after \I lie spent last weekend with SELL TRADERT.

were weekend! guests of Mr. and Just for a time, Charles and church us she raid that she is his mother, :Mrs. Jo Strand- I. BOX
C mM unity." Mrs. Herb Nelson and son. Herb Helen' Wallenlu will be travelingand feeling Just! fine- "better than berg and came back Thursday ( OAK BlomR( Hwy. 100. 8 Miles S.90 Stark

Nelson. Jr. having a vacation rest from ever." nieht and spent the weekend .
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Schools Get f


VOICE of the ,, $152,946 InState ; RECREATION' NEWSBANTAM My Neighbors


; Si ORTSMAN1 ; .x
li' FundsState / ,
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tty: MIKE C1IITTY ", BOYS TO PLAY ses are open to children of all f
.
"" payments to the Brad- LAKE BUTLER BANTAMThe ages. t

: """ ford Board of Public Instruction Rainbow Spring '
:-i'I.: r c cII
totaled $152.946 in June ., Starke Bantam Boys Trip Is Set i':::.r

III Sports fans If :rot call Santa Fed reported a slack 1969. up from the $91.296 the tAyr Baseball team will meet the Boys and girls participating II

take that hot weather, you can week because county 'received In June 1968, Lake Butler Bantam Boys In a may
Roy the
in summer program
catch some fish. Yes fellows, was suffering from Sunpro- according to Information from i ; double header this Saturday, .cs'

they're still biting pretty good stratfon ( too much Sun). He the office of State ComptrollerFred 1 July 12, at the Pratt Street go on a day's trip to: Rainbow -' rD(.JI'

I, despite the weather. But when says that he can only stay out O. Bud( ) Dickinson. tl Ball Field with games,times at Springs this Friday July 11. >> y"oJ' ,

you go, don't wear shorts anda for a short while, before the k,, 6 and 7:30 p.m. The group will leave from the :
T- shirt I made that mistake [ Clay schools received $210,973 Pratt Street Center at 9 a.m. w -
"Bear" gets after himSo ""' ,,;tt't, The Starke team In composedof ...... ;
last Wednesday, andcook- almost double the $135,300 and return that afternoon.
you fellows better be careful re the boys that ale playing
f ed! Uncle Alfred Hudson of that this doesn't happen to :vou. ceived In June 1968. Union ii their last year of eligibility; Cost will be $1.50 per child.

Gainesville, my cousin Kenneth The only day that he did go schools received $43.178 com + ; In the Bantam"Program. Each person going must regis "See-we make our rounds

'fl,' Padgett of Starke, and I spent out, he and Mr. Beasley caught pared to $27.559 in June 1968. d ter at the Pratt Street Center no faster antI get in our jogging

half a day on the Oklawaha 36 Shellcrackers that evening Baker schools received $78.095 PONY LEAGUEThe later than Thursday afternoon. stint as well!1"
Diver trying to catch some ,
this June compared to $49,231ln
and early In the after
morning on the Pony League teams
Bass and Bream. Well we
June 1968.Florida's.
sand bars. Raymond Price two rained out dates hope to
caught 37 Bream but we only
caught Bass because they justwouldn't and friend caught 150 Shell- 67 county school 4-H Club Members Attending get back Into action Thursday,
crackers last week, while stay- July 10, with the two Starke TEXTILE
'
bite.[ Believe[ me, It boards received funds of $38.8 OUTLET
was some kind of hot out there Ing at Grtffln's. They also reported million during June an increase teams scheduled to play each

over that water. that the Bass are still of $14.1 million over funds dis Cherry Lake.Leadership CampFive >+ other at 5 p.m. at the B.H.S. _

Uncle Alfred and Buddy Ellis schooling. Field. "au N. TEMPLE NEXT TO TOWN FINANCE I
tributed in June of last year and "
Well tellers, I'm afraid that On Tuesday, July 15, the
went to Orange Lake,and caught double amount sent to school
hot weather kept the fishermen tie outstanding Bradford ship principles, parliamentary Starke teams, Triest Construction .- ,
10 Bass Friday night. My home, and that means no news. boards two years ago, accord- County; 4-H'ers have returned procedure and program plan- and Branding Iron, will x. s #i rt'
Hubert and
grandparents, Guess I'll have to get out early Ing to the comptroller's office. from Cherry Lake 4-H Camp ning. travel to Lake Butler for a

Palma Chitty, and my cousins, and late, and make some more finances near Madison after attending They will also receive recreational double header starting at 6 .,,,"s, /
the
of .
Kenneth and Kay Padgett of A major portion r-
j news for next week. Leadership Camp along with that will focus ,.
Starke, stayed at the Oklawaha Remember, for education -$36.307.093- training and 8 p.m. Then on July 17, .
River, and caught 90 Bream the fish are biting, but the fishermen come from funds of the Minimum other 4 H'ers from all over on songs, games, dances etc. they will travel to St. Aug-

aren't So until next Florida. that' are applicable to 4-H Clubs, ustine to play.HAWAIIAN .
and Catfish afternoon The
Friday Foundation Program.
and .Saturday. week," "Good bye and good remainder Is supplied by state "They really did"very well* special interest groups and Percale Bed Sheets No-Iron Sheets
luck! .....
said Assistant Bobby Taylor county activities. In addition toNe DANCE,
Griffin's ( east shore >
Lodge
sales tax.Some WHITE: FLAT SOLIDS <
in praise of local young the formal classes the 4-H'ers BATON, CHARM PRINTS 25
idea of the differenceIn Hawaiian >AND FITTED $1 50 AND .
sters. will have ample time for tports The classes for .
: :"::: ::' :: r::W :avv: :' r'r=:: ::::} :;'r::: 'r:: :> ?::;:::::-: : : size of Bradford County and Walter Prevatt, Lee Sparks, swimming, skits, talent contest Dance, Baton, and Charm will ___ MADE TO SELL FOR 5.89

; the state's most populous county Kelly Richards,Jannell Thompson and free time to round out the begin Friday July II, 9:00 a. PRICES lNTOWR-

|r"2Y5o: Participate | Dade can be seen In comp- and Diane Thomas parcamping week. m., at the Pratt Street Center. LOWEST

troller's t statistics. While Brad ticipated in a Junior Leader- Each class will be for 45 --

ford received $152.946, Dade received ship Recreation and LeaderThe, camp la sponsored by The minutes, with each session EXTRRA LARGE BEFSFRTAD3 ;;;G-Z--;

'r $4.957,058 during June ship in Action Program to preFlorida Agricultural Extension! costing 75C. Mrs. Jody Lind-

I Rec Program I| 1969. Ten counties received overa pare them to be effective Service with the Bradford, Coun sey, a professional Instructor, BATH TOWELS Mad Nad By To Con Sell,Mills For SHEETSwhite

In million dollars in June. Junior Leaders. ty Board of County Commission will conduct the classes. Clas- Blur, Yellow FLAT *3
-
113.98 TO 522.95Yebet
I instructlonisdesignedtosup- and is attended Pink

,',.\.'?'..':.':.':.':.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................;.::;.:. plement their county; training by cooperating Bobby L. Taylor assistant Finish 10f,'3! ALL COTTONEMBROIDERED WHITE97C

October 30, 1735 John in club and county; of fleer work,. county agent along with other Winnie Cason Andrews; four

I What do baseball bridge senior for frustration and tensions.It Adams second President, was committee operations, and State 4-H Staff and adult lead sons, Gene Andrews, Sonny Andrews OUR PRICE FITTED $400

citizens and teenage=! dances gives people a chance to :]Mass. other areas such as leader- ere and Wilbur Andrews,all $398 TO $598 Whit. Color, Prints
born at Quincy,
have in common: They are all Identify with a group.. of Brooker, and Seeber D. An-
WHITE
I, run by Starke's Recreation Department -It offers people a chance to drews, Wildwood; one daughter,

express themselves. the atmosphere is directed toward they're taken care of In school Services Thursday Mrs. Mary Turner, Jacksonville (AND TOWELS BATH MATS

[''I\ During the past year over 2,- Recreation helps children de teenagers and such at but you do see a lot of them ; two brothers, Guy and EACH ASSORTED COLORS BATH MATS

GOD Bradford County residents velop a sense of sportsmanshipand tractions as a TV room, a read- riding around in cars." For C. E. AndrewsOf Reddish Andrews, both of ISC Mad. To sea For

have participated free of teamwork.The Ing room and a game room Starke; one sister, Mrs. Emma 12.98 Iude To !Sill For
t charge, in basketball, football New River Moreland, Jacksonville; and 11 WASH CLOTHS $1.5059C
with ping pong and pool tables.
Rec. Department pro- While the teenagers stay away Only $1 50
softball, baseball ceramics grandchildren. $1.00 Doz.
The teenagers do participate[ .
vides opportunities for entertain from the Centers there are 55 Chester E. Andrews, 67, of held
fitness! Funeral services were
bridge classes, physical:
in athletic
events and in the
ment. senior citizens meeting twice New
River died
Tuesday. Julya
in the
and programs dances an to Easter name Egg Just hunt some "We have our critics" Ray- dances but participation held after football drops games after, month, about 75 persons Involved 8, at his home after a .long- ; at New 10 River a.m. Baptist Thursday Church with Work Clothes $2.00 A Suit> \hit*. |'|nk.. ColdAinrndn.

burn acknowledged. He said in bridge classes 600 illness. (.
Rev. L. Parker officiating. .reenMrnl.
of the programs football Reg. $2.00 Suit Now $1.49
and there are people who think that season. children participating in the Mr. Andrews was born May Interment was In New River .
] of Starke
"The people If other people want recreation Easter egg hunt 400 children 30, 1902 and was a life loiw resident Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones ALL COLORS AND SJZES:
Bradford County are very for- "I think they need more than ---------- ---- --
let them pay for it. "You have involved In thrysix) -week summer of Bradford County.; He Funeral Home In Charge.
unate to have this recreation department athletics," Rayburn said. "They > Towels 35c ec.
this everywhere, not Just In playground program, and 700 to was a retired farmer and a Bath Beach
," Gene Rayburn department aren't going to be able to play Theo"dore <
Starke." (800 involved in the baseball and member of the New River Hap October 27, 1858 Tower 77c

=! director, told The But he said he's never forgot ball all their lives. Maybe. softball programs. tist Church. Roosevelt was born in

Telegraph ten what the president of the Surviving are his wife, Mrs. New York City.
He explained that to Ms
U. S. Sugar Corp. said In answerto .
knowledge there is in the South s -
only one other town this size criticism that $75,000 was too o 6 CARL BEGGS
much to put into a recreation .
that has a recreation depart- n
center fin( Clewiston) "
: 'if it
Gulf
ment with comparable facilities Service
can save Just one boy, it's worth
.
and budget.
many times more than 75000." a USED PARTS' .
"Personally I feel the reason Rayburn said he realizes thata Top Price for Wracked" Of.

ve have the department we recreation department does 24 Hour Wrecker Bertie
have is due to the interest on
not have .all the answers but Fuel Oil
-
the part of the community,

Rayburn said. "The people wantit. right emphasized here that, right"there now are kids who New Innersprings PUMPS I I USED VACUUM cleaners re I I Used Can -

they are willing to support CLASSIFIED AD RATES tL and Box SpringsUreD"17r conditioned George E. LaRue Hwy. 301 N. Raids
would be In trouble u $15 up. 10 different
.. ...... veluntter heir Nw.e NPMPnot -..- NEW AND USED. ........, .. .. ..
to help.txttoy I think the city fathers tor" the recreation depart Up to 15 'words IT 1.25 A Csi; I'rd 'or"call SALES-PARTS..SERVIC* ,'t-: 'L""t,15''ids! : to-cI1O ass-"!i'oin t-:'" INSURANCE..,... .......- .""'He- 4"" II_

I realized! this and have tried to ment. (Minimum charge) PALATKA EA 5-9166 & I Parts & excellent repairs allmaluw. AGENCYAuto
Deep Shallow
Starke has three Wells Fire Homeowners ROLLS.
meet the need." centers: the MRS. PEGGY SMALLER Watson's House of ADDING MACHINE
Asked what a recreation department one on Pratt Street built around Each= 'word over 15 __ .07 209 E. Adklns St. Water Softeners & Filters Vacuums lu ... ......, .....-... mm A A rv'inwwT File Folders complete BM .*-

accomplishes, Ray- 1963. the Old Armory on Temple Extra: charge If not Furniture Repaired Expert Service On vllle 37 -7110. tfchg Keystone Height 47-4692: nee .UPI>UC,. -me Telecraph
Street Phone 9646305.FURNITURE .
and the Reno Rec. Cen paid In advance ____ .35 Upholstered All Makes
burn who has a BS degree in ter which was the Jenkins & Refinished DID YOU KNOW it's easy to

education with a major in recreation mentary School Ele- MATTRESSES REBUILT PlumbingService own a Longcnamp Home Reflnlshing, up
and
and a minor in secondary was donated Memorials Phone 964-7061 MEN WANTED Men cottage holstering cabinetwork. ,
by the county school Revolution Starke. Agent Better oullt tor F>r-la? living mm
education listed! five items: system. HASTINGS MATTRESS DURRANCE PUMP Youi planr or ours I parents age over 21. Starting tiquea restored! to their oriel.

Recreation gives an outlet Street Center Is 7 cents per word & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AND SUPPLY CO. Your lot or ours. Contact Bu- pay $295 month promotion opportunities nal beauty CaD C. E. Jackson
The Pratt : and regular Increases 1313 Madison St. !
ford Starke. Phone
710 Lemon St. Mitchell. phony: C646853. I
open dally from 3 to 5 p.m. for OARDS OF THANKS PaUtka POBox 338 stacks In pay. 8 hour day. 5 964-5370. tfchg

JacksonvilleBusiness elementary students; the Arm INSURANCEAT day week .sick: : leave vacations. _
ory from 3 to 5 p.m. for young BO word or 1_ ___- S.COEach MEN WANTEDLaundry REDUCED RATES tf; +g state .retirement If Interested Lake Front Properties

people in the seventh grades word over 69 __ .07 workers. Kltcher. aids laborers AUTO. FIRE. BOAT please apply In person Personnel Acreages large and small
through the 12th grades; and cottage parents watchman DOYLE E. CONNER Manager Sunland Training Center

the Reno Center is open In the cooks and clerks ground- INSURANCE AGENCY JIMMY MOORE'S Gainesville. Fla. Trailer Lots

afternoons for the elementary OFFICIAL keeper truck driver. Five tchj An equal opportunity employer. Homes, Busineoae'

students and in the evening for INSPECTION STATION day week eight hour SUN SPORTS .

the older crowd. Open Dally 8 A.M. 5:30: P. M. State. retirement vacation day., FILING CABINETS, Typewriter S. E. McKay

The City of Starke 'budgets Except: Saturday 8.12 Noon Stands Desks, Chain, MOORE
sick leave. If Interested, please BOAT FOR ED WAINWRIGHT

Directory $24.415 partment.for the Rayburn recreation says that de HILL'S GARAGEKeystone apply in person Personnel Telegraph.Safes. Bradford County FOUR MONEY AGENCYFor Realtor Appraisal Servic

Manager. Sunland
$17.000 to $18.000 of this goes Heights TrainIng Dtarke Ph. M4-A791 AH Your Keystone Hts. 473-4818
Center. C+alneavflle. Fla.
Auto Sales and Service for salaries. He receives $6.000 Telephone 473-4465 An equal opportunity employer. BAIRD Truck load discount price Insurance Needs

Parrish MotorsSALES a year.. Randall The other Davis full,-tlma assistant employs FOR RENT: TV sets, baby Mobile Homes Hunter Flshl.:g Boat by: Ca- Mobile Specializing Home Insurance in LEGAL FORMS. Brad,

diiector, receives $5.000. (They beds also guitars amplifiers, tfchg NEW and USED ccl Craft 12' 14' 189.00 up.PAYE'S ford County Tele........ .k.
refrigerators: day or week. DA- Ph. Starke 964-6818 964-6305.
of about
both work
an average
HMER'S 984-7923. tf-chg SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic 8-10-12' Wide -
week).
60 hours a .
SERVICE Letters & Numbers for interior GainesvilleGood
VOLVO The rest of that money goes SEWING MACHINE -Cleaned WANTED: Used Wrin< PARTS and exterior use. All .oizes, colors Quality FABRICS. Hlway 301,
to pay game officials, center oiled and adjusted in yourhome Mi ml. er. Will pay cash or take In
Bradford County Tele : north of Waldo. Open
supervisors and patt-time help. $3.00. Vacuum cleaner Reasonably Priced trade anything. DAHM&R'S.
re on
graph. Fri., Sat. nlehts till 9. Sundays. PAUL'S
.
U
Always Good Used Cars This leaves about $6 or $7,000 pairs also. All work guaranteed. Gainesville 378-2785 12-7. Weekdays 96. TFchg 964-7923. u-cag

1 921 Laura St. Ph. 358-5654 for operating expenses. Dennis E. Coggtns. Phone 431- SINGER ZIO ZAG Sewing Machine -I Serviced Guaranteed and:' PORTABLE

Bradford County Commission lut. tfohg In console cabinet like Delivered In Starke Area BUY RKT.T. TRADE: Used WILL BUY: Ued. .Appliance, : .

chips in $3.500 a year. Rayburnsays new Sews on, buttons makes NO EXTRA COST Furniture, Appliances. Toy, Furniture TV's, Stereos, anything WELDINGHARD

FT.FPTRIP) :MOTORSPEAVY they try to use this money buttonholes overcasts monograms Tools. Wlmberly' Trading of value. DARMER'S: ,

j for capital Improvements.What filler blind hems! dresses etc US 441 N. 4501 NW 13th Post 7434 BlamUng Blvd., In RODING, DRAG
"The BrownVolkswagen Gainesville 378-2785 TO BUY OR SELL acreage;
about the future?
Fully guaranteed. Can be Jacksonville. Ucag:
Brothers seen this area, large or small (we LINE BUCKETS
major thing I feel we're goingto to your area. Full price $35.00
need Is Improved facilities or terms SEWING MACHINES FOR RENTS room furnished' also epeciallze in waterfront
Electric Co. available. Write Credit
apartment. Central heat 204 property) please call OgUvte, PHONE
This is the
and land acquisition. Manager 836 Cassat!! Ave. Jack- Largest selections, from whichto
Electric :Motors real drawback lack of funds aonvllle, Fla. 4tp 7-24 choose. Pfaff. Necchl Nelco. W. Adklns. Ph. 964-5274. tf associate Frank. League Broker 964-7611
958 Mikeal! Ave.. Jackson
for capital Improvement. New Home. & Universal.
Sold Serviced Repail'edGenel'aOOrs FOR' SALE-1957 Chevrolet 4 dr REPAIR ALL MAKES. 4H% INTERE9l'EXISTING villa 765-4196 or 3889873.

Starters Armature "The one thing that has really Clean good condition Cash MORTGAGETwo 12tchg 8-28
t.O"JJ.
Hew'hiding. bothered me is the lack of Sales New &.: Service Used .. $250. Paul Starling, phone 964- National Sewing bed room house with large SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic. LAKE COTTAGE' : for rent fur-.
liv, and Din. Area large FlorIda
;.40H T.enox Jax. 387.2528 7655. 2tp 7-10 nl hed. By x a real good teen center, thedirector Mach'ne Co. Room hardwood floor masonry Letters all sizes, colors. Permanent or :

said. "I hope to solve 1 Ml. North of TUB Mall PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50to construction 1 tile bath, for use on wood glass, Brooklyn. Call alter 8 pm.,
PIANOS that problem before I leavehere. 611 W. University Ave. 378-1JSJ 473-3261. tfctig
GAINESVILLEFOR $625 Take the drudgery out carport big lot. Price 850000. plastic, paper metal leather. .

of paper work.-Bradford County No. 900 Retirement Special! $3.000.00 financed with V. A., ANYTHING! Bradford. County SERVICE Small appliance
YAMAHA: PIANOS He commented that working '
Telegraph. tf Frame bungalow, 5 rooms need cash for balance. ,Telegraph tfH i at Starke Hardwire Co. 101 E.
CONK and KIMBALL: with teenagers has been sort I
bath 'corcJi Newly painted. Large And Modern Call St. Phono 964-5311.
SALE Concrete blockhouse at(1NS kind Metal ofardboard tfchg
ORGANS of his speciality but that he OR SALE 1964 PLYMOUTH
Nice> fenced lot. One of the nicer homes In
Just $6,000. exclusive -
has not been able to establish ; 3 bedroom 1 bath cen RED RADIO AND HEATER r The! Telegraph. I
tral heat & residential section of THE KEY TO .
contact with the teenagers in alr-oondlttonlng. Corner GOOD CONDITION $650.00. SEE No. 803 Cattle Ranch 80 acres' Starke. Price $23.000.00. Need

Starke. lot. Phone 964-5367. ttohg I AT ANY T7 tilE.\ 929 E. BROWN- close in. Rustic home -Mod 6500.00( to close. Shown by appointment EXPERIENCED! WAITRESS Gracious Living
wanted. Relief rtilft. Good Py.Apply .
LEE ST.
I 964-6177. lip ern kitchen pecans and fnilt. only.Needa Town HouseAPARTMENTS
The first year he was here, $35.500. Terms. In person Longhom\
the director went to the student TUNING MOBILE HOME SPACESFor Some Repell"Fra.me Restaurant. 301 South. tfchg
REPAIRING Strout
RealtyRag
; house on large lot, con
I council Rent. Mimosa Manor Mobil'
at Bradford High School '
Broker veniently located. You can have Will Keep children in my home Sell or RentFamished
Home Park.
Starke Fla. 964-
and asked what they wanted and
needed. MELODY PIANO 7498. itchg 2117 N. Temple Ave. It for 400000. A. J. Thomas hrly.. daily or wkly Mrs. Bryan. .
"They said didn'tneed
they Starke Fla. Realtor. Tel. 9645701. 314 N. Church St. 2tp 7-17 or Unfurnished
"SWINtiER" anything. They said I SERVICE FOR Ph. 9644609
SALE
KIMBALL: -1964 F-100 Ford %
ORGANS should concentrate my efforts! ton pick-up. Radio heater, air I FOR' SALE pair of red bone PEGGY -I traded our old car Buford Mitchell

on the junior high age," Ray- conditioning side and black and tan hounds $50. tor a new Valiant to Eaton Jor Phone

\ Roosevelt Mall-388-8519! burn reported.He boxs will be repainted body.original cool Phone 782-3901 .or 782-3784. Itp dan at Starke Chrysler-Ply IM-a53 HUT
CAMPERSALES
, mouth. John Itp
WESTERN STORE said that some of them color. Call 964-7498.. ltchg FOR RENT Air conditioned

complained that the Rec. Dept. Phone 378-5497 FOR' SALE--Air conditioner 21,' 1 bedroom furnished. apartment. LOVELY 12x50 trailer. Com

Imposes too many regulations. 000 BTU $40.00. Phone 9646333.Itp: Private barking Renner Apts. pletely furnished. Carport
LITTLE DUDE Rayburn has offered to let them Gainesville, Fla. 833 O! IcMahon. phone 9646297.tfchg. porch clothesline air condition:

form their own governing bodyto Rebuilding, ( Refinishing 2920 Waldo Road ed. Large aofabed in living FOR RENT Trailer 2 bedrooms -

Western Store run a teen center and "do FOR' RENT-2 bedroom traUer Gainesville 37&-0& l room. Second bedroom single Just outside city limits.

whatever they want as long :uit's on Market Road. Phone 964-7460. Authorized Dealer"SUrcraft" FOR SALE- Chicken fertilizer, bed. Kitchen and bedroom set. J. B. White. 964-8114. tfchg
within reason and socially lime and dolemite. Clean outspreading Not'hlng needed but kitchen sup-
Western Clothing leather /ICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY- Itchg "Dreamer"I and service. We de
acceptable. Still the teenagersare "Wheel I' pUNS( and linen. Ph.
goods, Saddle and Trailer not Interested. MASTER Add Machines with Travel Trailer Truck !liver.!! W. A. Prevatt. 9646818. 4734313.Itp ADDING MACH1NESI: Maw
I Charles A Sharon Petty mbtraction. SPECIAL this ADDING MACHINE ROLLS. i I 4tp 7.31 real or electric. Fov sat .r

.! B03 S. Ed wood M4-U19 Rayburn believes a teen center month only. $69.95. Ideal for File Folder*, complete line of- Campers Fold Down "II FOR SALE 1964 Falcon. rent. Add. obtract, tnJM two
tome or light office work.- flee rapplle. -The SALES SERVICE MAID WANTED-3 week. Bradford Tttegraph.
should offer a place where TelegrapbPkone j days 2 dr.. clean. Std. shift, R&H nee. Cowrty -
I Bradford County; Telegraph, tf M4-6305. I Phone 964-7714 Itpd $395.00 Phone 964-7601. Itp .

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