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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 17, 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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advice of Auditor Ned

IsolatedThieves Scott on how to finance a

City new power plant turbine

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has put off for two weeks

ordering an $8,500 engine
cut and took telephone wires between J')I ering report on the job.A .
]Maxille: and Jnl'om'ileronday! :; : night dropping Former Police Chief Bill Rower, second from left hands

from tl to four the number of long distance circuits meeting was held Tuesday Clerk Merrill Edwards his!! S.125; qualifying check for anothertry
night with the city bond
between the Starke area and Jacksonville. lW' trustees and Electrical En- at the Police chief's post t now held by Bobby Blgcs. Birr

gineer Gordon Friday of Rey- topped Bosser 1,027 to 671 two years ago. Rosser Is the first
It nearly Isolated the city for sumably melted down so as to
nolds Smith, and Hills of Jack to qualify for the September 9 voting
almost 24 hours. be unrecognizable as wire.A { bond
Some 60 wires were cut and haul such as Monday night's sonvt Ie. The council and Councilmen\ Jimmy McRae and Gerald Williams, looking on.

taken from three spans ( about would be worth about $3,500 trustees decided two weeks agoa and City Clerk Merrill Edwards and Mayor Carl Hunt have all
new engine by 1971 is necessary -
600 feet), meaning that the Bell to the thieves. announced their names will he on I he ballot.
but wanted the engineer -
Telephone employees had to replace -
r, ntt to give advice on just what
36,000 feet of wire according -

manager of Florida. to of Gerald State the local Williams Telephone office, Emergency Mkt is The needed purchase city in officials the the project.new also turbine wantto 5 Offices Go On Line

without another bond issue. An

Company. volunteers worked for several' hours mailed asking residents to JOin In the volunteer engineering report from R, S,
staring working & II calls for another bond
Repair crews night addressing 2.500 letters to be fire fighting effort.
in the early hours Monday! Planning Monday issue by 1971 of about $750- In City September 9
and Williams said Tuesday they 000 but which also includes

would probably work through some water and sewer work.
Tuesday night and have the cir- Local officials are seekingthe
cuits back in service Wednes- Volunteer Firemen engine and a minimum of With five offices up for grabs Up for election are the offices

ImprovedLocal auxcillary services on a short in the non-rrutlsan city elections of :Mayor I Cad hut It'>. Police
day.Williams said similar inci- term loan. to be held Sept 9, four of Chief (Bcbby Blge-'I. City Clerk

dents have occurred five or six Friday said the Council caught the Incumbents have indicatedthat times in the past couple of preparedness for him "flatfooted," that his firmis they) will bj running again seats held by Jimmy: MRa9: '

;jears. "I guess they ( the" emergencies In case of natural Ask Contributions not prepared now to give a and the fifth is still undecided. ard Gerald Williams All except
thieves ) sell the copper, disasters such as a hurricane, report on what is needed. Neither Biggj have indicated that they
Williams said and explainedthat is better than it has ever been he .paid does R, S, & will! be running again.
the wires are pure cop- before, according to Civil De- H pretend to be financial con- Voter Biggs who is presently servo

fense Director Frank Williams. such sultants. lie suggested the his first term as chief saidl.tol1day
2,500 letters have been mail- ing operations as hose have so far given no indica- ing
per.A Starke Utilities Supt. Oscar rubber suits alert Council consult with a fiscal : he had not yet rmde
ed to county residents asking axes, sys- tion they will join the volun-
couple ot months ago Davis agreed. "We're in bet-" cash contributions to raise tem, radios etc... teer fire fighting effort.If agent, perhaps Barcus & Kin- a decision.! He could:: not be
Florida State Telephone madean ter shape than ever before. funds to operate volunteer fire The letter asks residents to those two towns come In, dred of Miami the firm the Books reached later In the week.
emergency loop of four long The question arose at the departments.A become associate members of to cover the entire city used on its last bond is. If Blggj does run ho:! will: have
distance circuits which go Starke City council meeting joint effort is being made the volunteer fire fighters fora plans are with the volunteer fire sue. Financial I advice is especially competition from Bill Rosser,
county
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through Keystone Heights Councilman important with Interest
Tuesday night when by the Hampton[ and Bradford $5 membership. protection.The who war defeated:! bv Biggs two
Gainesville and then on toJack- P. T. Nolin asked if e- rates at record levels, Priday OpenWith
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The letter dated July
County Volunteer Fire Depart- letter states: yeais ago. and by Jimmy Bowen -
sonville via microwave. ad-
said.
mergency planning is now ments, both of which have been signed by Willard Thomas chiefof a newcomer to the political
"If it weren't for that, we Asked by Councilman Nell
the Fire Department "Fellow Citizen
equate. given trucks by the Florida Hampton :
would" have been cmpletely cutoff For the first time there Is a Forest: Service. Funds received and Harry Green, chiefof "!low have Tucker if it's feasible to sim- machinery for the Sept. arena Bowen who works as a mechanic i
Williams commented. communication system which Volun- many years we ply duplicate engineering spec- elections : cranked
will go to purchase equipment the Bradford County 9 city being at Terwillegar\ :Motors is
his The company local manager Is planning also under-said (Continued on Page Pour) necessary In fire fight teers. Lawtey and Brooker (Continued on Page Pour) (Continued on Page Pour) up City Clerk:! Merrill Edwards a former city policeman
said he wants to remind vctei'sthat
ground cable facilities between
the registration books are
Starke and Jacksonville. A MNYNNNYI NNNNNN NN/MNIINyIINNNNNI-I .
meeting was set for Wednesday open and will remain open until -
Withholds Plant 16 days prior to the election.
the 16th, to firm up these City Approval
plans. Edwards who also serves as 5 r

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said they hope to have the underground pointed out that persons who

facilities ready for Withholding an endorsementof A 10-acre site is needed hemen which the new National Guard veal, and ship from here to Councilman P. T. Nolln said have not voted In a city election

use by the end of 1970. a proposal to locate a cat- said, and from nine to 15 Armory and the North Florida other areas. No processingof he is opposed to putting it on since 1966 have been
Professional thieves can cut tle slaughtering plant on the would be employed immedia- Civil Defense Center is loca- meat would take place. Edwards Road but said he would purged from the rolls
and roll several strands of Industrail park on Edwards ated attractice is the avail- Councilman Jimmy McRae like to tour the area across Names of those who have
wire 200 feet long in about halfan Road the City Council said it tely.What makes the Industrial ability of city water and sew- suggested that if the plant were Alligator Creek. been dropped from the voting/

hour. The cut Monday night will inspect the proposed site park on Edwards Road onINN..NYN.NN,111NININIIINNNI,1INIIIIIIIIMMINIIIIIIIIIII'I er service. located across Alligator Creek "If It was 200 or 300 yards rolls are posted in the lobby of

was taken from a stretch of the this Friday, July 18. Several councilmen Indicated from the Industrial park would from anything it might not bother City Hall on Thompson Street.
lines north of :Maxville where A site south of the Industrial I they prefer the plant not be still be close to city water and anyone," he said. Edwards said that 193 names

the lines leave the highway and park might be acceptable it was Tag Deadline located on Edwards Head where sewers and might not affect were posted and that 62 person
run back of a timber tract. indicated. it might affect residents across the surrounding area. Councilman Neil Tucker said have already been reinstated.To .
The wire is cut first on the Sunday Midnight; the road from the industrial The city owns about 40 acres he doesn't need to inspect the be re-'nstated: one simply hall

Jacksonville side so the spot Endorsement of the industrial No Extension park. They Indicated they want of Alligator Creek from the site because he intends to vote to notify Edward that he would:!
cut cannot be traced electron- park location for the proposed the plant here but are concerned industrial park, city officials against the endorsement if the like to bo put back on the roll*.
ically by the Jacksonville office plant by a New Jersey man it may affect the area and indicated Tuesday night. That plant is located anywhere inside Citizens may register between .

The thieves are always was urged by Bill Haas Bradford Tea; Collector J. R. Kelly'soffice residents surrounding it. land has not been deeded to the city limits. "I know 8:30: and 5 p.m. Monday: through
careful to make a cut near a soil conservationist and will\ be open all day Sat. llaas said the only odor will the Development Authority as about them. I've lived around Friday and 8:30: and noon on MAYOR: CARL IICRST"
gravel road so the wire can be member of the Bradford Union urday, July 19, from 9 to 5, be from pens of cattle as they has the industrial park. them" Tucker had said earl- Saturdays. It Is a non-partisan WILL BE CANDIDATE
Cattleman's Association. wait to be slaughtered. All which ier in the meetingspeaking of
loaded quickly and carried a- for the ale of 1969-70 auto Laws on the books now election so all qualified voters
Haas repeatedly told the tags. left over material would be would enable the city to close the slaughter houses in Kansas vote Mayor Hurst served on the
may regardless of political
way.A Council he was present only hauled off each day, he said. if It became City.
be.
specially rigged car is Kelly !said the deadline for down the operation affiliation.To council for 6'a years before:>
used to haul the heavy wire. because he felt the slaughtering Florida He stressed the plant is nota unsanitary or offensive, "Have you ever been to a ing appointed mayor early In
motorists to have new qualify to vole one mustbe
The car brings the thieves to plant is "an opportuntiy rendering plant where left- Councilman Gerald Williamssaid. slaughtering house in Kansas 1907! to fill the vacancy created
tags on their earn Is! midnight 21 years of are or older and
?
and Tucker asked Haas
Is cooked
several cut for our area. over material City Clerk Merrill Ed- City 11
the scene, men by the death of Rand+ CMtty
Sunday July 20, and there have been resident of
lie also stressed the plant council It "Yes. Have ever smelled Starke
and roll the wire, but the car processed.This wards reminded the you Prior to his appointment he
had been no extension of (imp for at least six months and of
leaves the scene. will be inspected by both fed- proposed plant would had approved locating hog penson a plastics plant In opera- was Council Chairman He is
At a preset hour after patrolling eral and state authorities and, deadline regardless falls of the fact that the slaughter cattle, primarily the park several years ago. tion," Haas asked In return? Florida for at least one year Just completing! h1, first full
therefore will be kept completely on Sunday.
the highway to make term a? mayor after:! being: elected -
sanitary. NII/INIIWIN.NIIIIMIIIINNIM.XXNIMXNIIIIIIINI/N/NMMNN' "
sure no lawmen are closingin to that post fn 1<))67.
Police Officer
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the car makes another run-

to pick up men and wire. Biggs owner cf Blsgs Auto
The wire Is sold to a junk Dead From
Courthouse Request Body and Radiator::) Snap, is
dealer somewhere. It is pre- completing hU first term as

Heart AttackBilly police chief
Clerk Edwards has; !held his

FREE CHEST Approved By BoardApproval post tot eight t yaws: and will be
S. Overstreet, 11 year asking the voters to return him
XRAYSOne veteran with the Starke Police for a fifth term.COl1nelman .
died in the emer- '
was given Tuesday Department
On June 24 the Board decidedto
Day Only morning of an amended versionof ask Shaw to draw up the re- gency room of the Bradford I.IsRae' :: is com f

Monday, July 21 the resolution! asking the solution. The resolution was! County Hospital shortly after'midnight pleting his: second term and
County Commissioners for the Saturday, July 12. Councilman Williams is completing -
!9 a.m. Till Noon ready for the Board's approvalon heart
of death was a
old courthouse for the schools' Cause his first t tern
July C but not
And 2 to 5 p.m. a quorum was attack, according to informa-
staff office'
This free service will be The resolution asks the Coun act.present and the board could not tion from the city hall here. Proclamation! calling! for the

given by (the mobile trailer ty Commissioners to transferto Overstreet had a history of election was signed Tuesday by

of the Florida State the School Board the old If the County Commissionersshould heart trouble. the mayor: In accordance with!

Hoard of Health at theJleallh courthouse for "such nominal agree to the terms!! of Overstreet, 48, had just goneon to the City Charter!
vacation four days prior
value and consideration as reQuired the resolution when it I is!! pre
Last Week's MerchantsB.
Department on Mystery his death according to City The qualifying' ; p;,!riod for candidates
by the laws and statu- sented to them. it could enda Edwards. ,
Church Street. Clerk Merrill opened officially Tuesday -
This one-day service is tes" of Florida. long-standing housing prob- A resident of Starke since night when the p'c! llma-:
lem for the school system
provided primarily for The resolution also asks thata Twelve more gift certificate! F. MIZELL, JR: came to SR 100 South, in 1966 and have 1933 Mr. Overstreet was bornin tion war signed and will remain
be included Gainesville in 1964 Jacksonville March 2, 1921. open until 21 days to the
"revers-Ion clause" The problem started about went to lucky shoppers last Starke from enjoyed steadily increasing prior
the convenience cf teachers WW Band
In the title so that the old five years ago when County week who Identified four more to assume management of the business since that time. He was a veteran of election.
,foodhandlcrs, and courthouse would revert to the Commissioners first started Mystery Merchants from their 1st Federal Savings & Loan Association a member of the Smyrna

dairy workers who are County Commissioners if the talking about 'building a new silhouettes appearing on the of Starke which opened CHARLIE R. BRASWELL Baptist Church of Starke.

required to have annual School Board ceased using the courthouse. Offices to house the big double-spread contest pages. for business here in July Came to Starke from Miami in Survivors include his wire Sales Tax Up
building! for the stated purpose his 8:15. 1964. (rrhe Association has! en- Mrs. Annie Griffis Overstreet
x-rays hut a.ll othersare school superintendent nnd : 1966 and opened his first Ken- ;
welcome. Ftaff were not Included in the Joyed rapid growth, now having tucky Fried Chicken franchiseon 2 sons: Maurice B. Overstreetand 28 Per Cent In MayState

It was the reversion clause courthouse? plans, The four Identified were: total assets of more than $4 U. S. 301 North. A lifelong Grady M. Overstreet, both
This? Soace Contributed which th Board decided it million. It moved into its mod- resident of Florida Mr. Bras- of Starke; one daughter Miss sales and use tax col-

Weekly to Publicize wanted amended. Charles, Siw- Supt. Tom Casey and school WARREN ern new home on W. '''Madhson well was in the construction Doris Overstreet of Starke; lections went up 28% in May indicating -
yer said fiat If someone came< hoard members have appeared WINKLER preel- Street last May. Mizell Is a 3 brothers: Thomas R. of "the state's
Community Ennts by BionIC and wanted to buy the old before the Commissioners dent of Winkler Electric, Inc., member and past president of business In 'Miami to for Starke.20 years He Fernandina Beach, Kenneth M. Is still flourishing," according economy
before coming
courthouse the county should a number of times!! reqnf'iltlnltlInlp which was established) here in the Starke Rotary Club and a and Horace Q., both of Jack- to the State Comptroller's off-
The CommunityState ,Rive the school board the > Each time the answer has 1927 by his father, E. A. Wink- member of the Chamber of now operates a second Kentu sonville; and one sister, Mrs.
board ler. Warren Is a native and ckv Fried Chicken place in Live Lois of
the Jacksonville.
of Long
amount money been .flmilar. U there? is money Commerce board of governor Ice.In
Bank uued for renovating. left over when the courthouse Is lifelong resident of Starke and Oak. In hit spare time he likesto Services were held Tuesday Bradford County sales tax

completed) nnd furnished the has been associated with the MERRILL DEAS: Has lived in play golf and is a member of afternoon in Jones Memorial collections climbed 15.4 from

Accounts now insured Board members agred that money will go to the school business for many years, becoming Starke since 1957. and was with the Starke Golf Si Country Club. Chapel 1 here with Rev. Marie $33,500 in May of '68 to $33.'
manager after the Now turn to the inside pages Wilkinson and Rev. A. G. Flynn 700 last May.: Clay Countywent
Ally Gone boa 'el. Departmentfor
i Shaw who drew i the City Utilities
up to 115,000 by up death of his father several years and try your luck at identifying officiating. Burial was In Pine up 28.5% Increase from
the i evolution should be Instructed On June 24 Cniey! told the ten years part of that tImeas
til's! week's Mystery Merchants Grove Cemetery with DeWltt $57,707 to
ago. His outride activities Include $74.000 and Union
Federal Deposit Insurance tolmend/ the reversion board that he wa finding It In- director He and his wife.Christine .
membership in the Elks who are featured on the C. Jones Funeral Home. In County went up 1.8% from $5
clause
their own
that
Com. 110 It would containSawyer's 4Contlnued( on Page Four) Lodge. opened double-spread contest pages. charge of services. 800 to 5939.
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WOMEN Bradford County Hospital announces u,
fA ., the following births:
f Mr. and Mrs. Donald James

Gladys Mooly: Phone 964-7608*'*'' ...................... h Nests Starke a son, Donald BYNANCY'S
James Neats Jr., July I 1. FLOWERSA
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Thomas '
Wright-Coleman t Wheeler Starke a son, Rich- LUCKY FIND
r ard Dale July 4. :-. 4-LEAF CLOVER
Mrs. Helen Wells announces Mr. and Mrs. Earl David ,. Find a four-leaf clover, and
y. the engagement aDDroachln Williams Starke a son, Earl ,.. all that day you will have good
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marriage of her daughter. LindaK. David Williams Jr.. July 6. # r luck I This cujer-
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Wright, to Charles W.; Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bernie r stltlon stems
son of Mr. and Mrs. NedC. McGee Keystone Heights a from the "luck"

Coleman. son Barry Scott, July 7. I of the Irish.Naturally .
The wedding will be an event Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Ter- ,. '
{ the
of July 26 at 7'p.m. in the rell, Starke a son RobertEarl IA
Shaml'ockIould
Church of God. Starke. July 10. ( c3 "
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lavern be the flower of

., Birthday Dinner Dyal Jr., Brooker a daughter ,, ,the Country .In
; .. Ireland
,amp Suzanne July 10. ,
For H. B. Stokes '
Be careful
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Britlfow-
f ard Jr.. Lawtev. a son. Alvin PatersonKingEngagement when you're locking fcr fcur-
; i. H. B. Stckes. of Starke, was Brit Howard m. July 4. Told leaf clovers If you find one
!honored on his 79th birthday! Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Allen with five leaves, It's bad luck.
,anniversary with a dinner party Williams Lake Butler a son._ We don't trust to luck at Gin-
i i fUt given by Mrs. Stokes at their Dwavne Edward: July.II. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Paterson shop. We supply only the finest
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Ut
of Starke the
home. announce engagement -
flowers that .
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edward are avallabls We
Enjoying: this occasion with .ok- .i.:.;. Bryant Starke a daughter of their daughter take pride In preparing every
Mr, and Mrs. Stckes were their Y"'" '';,.;.....,... : '.'r.p,: / Robyn Kelli. July 12. Linda Hope to William Wallace arrangement with special CaXerTHE
King Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Fr children, Mr. and:! Mrs. Gerald ;; '- Mr. and Mrs. Allen Douglas
Roberts, of Starlcs. ; Mr. ,and ". ..". I"... "> '..."..... z"...... Fields Starke a son David William W. King of Keystone
1G1 .j'w. v'r Heights.
Mrs. Henry B. Stokes and daughter _.*, .... ._ /If> Douglas July 12. BRADFORD
of LaMarque Texas; and Miss Paterson graduated COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Mrs EdJ; Polk Brooker; two Susan Hagood Weds Mr. BryantIn Bridge Club NewsThe from Bradford County High

brothers. Gent Stc3 33 ard L. St. Catherine's Baptist ChurchMiss School and attended North Published every Thursdayat
L. Parker of Brooker; also Mrs. Staike Duplicate Bridge Florida Junior College.Mr. 138 W. Call Street
Alberta Stoks and Miss Ruby had 5'z' tables In play at the Starke Florida 32091
Stckes, of Brook; Mrs. Wilma Susan Kathleen Hagood. served as maid of honor. Pratt Street Recreation! Center King also attended bradford -
i Brannen, Lake!: City; Dcnald daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Betty Tuesday night, July 13. High School and graduatedfrom Second class postage paid
Stckes, and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hagood of Bushnell, and Jimmie Vann of Bushnell, Mrs. Avalene East-Wet winners were Ernest Florida Atlantic Univer- at Starke. Florida..4allHrtptloll .
Tetstone and children, all of Charles Bryant son of Mr. and Irving, Leesburgr and Miss Jenkins and John :Mussoline sity in the class of 1967. Rate:
Brooker Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bryant of Starke Tallahassee. The with a score of 49. Vernle Odom
Linda ; Mrs. Jasper Linda Glover. The wedding will take place In trade area: $5.00 per
Ann Durrance Becomes Bride
Byrd Starke; Mrs CSirlsj:: Wil were united In marriage Saturday attendants were attired alike in and Margaret Miller were second Saturday Sept. 6. at the First year; 12.75 six months.
Of Mr. Hicks In Bethel Baptist ChurchMiss liamson and: sons Hampton: June 23, at 7:30: p.m. In St. floor length gowns of mint green with 33.NorthSouth. Presbyterian Church of;Starke. Outside trade area: $3.50
,
Mrs. Llnnls L. Parker and Catherine Baptist Church St. dotted swiss, fashioned with winners were All friends are invited to
$3.00 .ix month*
per year;
children! and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Catherine, Fla. Rev. James T. empire waist and short cap| Hairy and Donna: Gruen with attend.
: Linda Ann Durrance. multi tiered vie of Imported Thomas, all cf Gainesville; and Parrish of Opp, Ala., uncle of sleeves. Their headpieces were a score of 39. There; was a tie
daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. R. illusion. She carried a bou-
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Polk. the groom performed the cere mnt! green tulle attached to for second: place at 38'a' Jimmy!
of sweetheart and
V Sanford Glenn quet roses
Durrance and When You Use An Andrews Charge
Dinner was served ta: the 33 mony. matching dotted Swiss b)ws. and Lucile Moore: and Anne
Hicks, son of :Mr. and Mrs. S. carnations.
R. Hicks exchanged vows in a Miss Pam Durrance sister guests on the lawn at 1 o'clock. Decorating: the altar were They carried ncsegays of pink Hamilton! with Tina Baldwin. Account f-
candlelight ceremony Friday of the bride was maid of honor baskets of yellow, white and and yellow carnations. Overall winners were Ernest Your Prescription Tax:' Records ta-

June 20, at 7:30: jp.m. in Misses Sally Moore Cleo law of the groom and Milton pink starburst and Fuljl mums Jenkins and John Mussoilne.: are Kept For You By Us
and camat'ons: against a back Miss Ginny Lee MacKenzie of The weekly tournaments are
Bethel Baptist Church. Rev Forsyth and Lavon Collins were Hicks brother of the
groom. ground of two seven-branch Fort Pierce served as flower open to the public, and all Andrews DrugsFor
J, C. Hesters? ,pastor, perform- bridesmaids. They wore iden- Following the ceremony a
candelabra with lighted white girl. She was dressed like the bridge players
are Invited to
ed the ceremony. tical gowns of hot pink satin. reception was held In the
tapers and palms. bridal attendants and carrieda attend. Ses'lors start at 7:30 Fast Delivery Dial 964-7170
Two large baskets of gladioliand The empire bodices were Church Social Hall. The bride's :
carnations against a back- fashioned with round necklineand table was covered with a white Music was provided by W. basket of pink rose petals. p.m. each Tuesday night.center.
ground of fern trees decoratedthe short sleeves. A pink lace cloth and centered bv a Grant Marlow of Brooksville
altar. The bridal party cummerbund encircled the empire three tiered wedding cake pianist, and Mrs. Frances Andrews Michael Todd of Orlando was Remember Carp's Open Sunday Ito 6 P.M.
stood before an arch of candles bodice' terminating In a topped with a miniature bride of Pensacola, soloist ring bearer. v V WW K '
flanked on either side by bow at the back with a deep and groom. Punch was served a cousin, of the bride. The bride given In marriage SAVE AT ,N x / '- --
gold spirals of candles. pleat from the waist to the from a crystal bowl encircledwith Butch Nail served as best man
\ program of nuptial music hemline. They wore pink sat- fern. and the ushers were Gerald by her father wore a formal: ,
was presented by Bernice Col- in bows with a veil in their Mrs. Katie Lee Curry kept Vann of Bus!>!nell; James Ha gown of lace over taffeta with
elbow length bell sleeves. The
lins, soloist, accompanied by hair. Their flowers were the bride's book. Misses San- good Beaver Ohio, brother of '
'
empire A-line silhouette was
Miss Janice Weeks, pianist. sweetheart roses and carna- dra Huggins Debbie Hardy and the bride; and Scott Irving of /W\ -
Given in marriage by her tions. Sheryl Ward served the punch. Leesburg. highlighted by a round scalloped -
father the bride wore a full Misses Amy and Sandy Hol- Mrs. Reba Hicks and Marca- Miss Connie Todd of Charleston neckline accented with clus-
length formal gown of silk organza loway of Hollywood cousins line Goolsby cut and served S. C.. cousin of the bride ters of tiny sequins. Scallopedlace
over peau evas with an of the bride were flower girls. the cake. and sequins trimmed the
empire bodice encircled with They wore identical dresses of The bride is a 1969 graduateof empire waistline and edge of
jeweled scalloped lace bateau white satin with a lace empire Bradford High School and is Miss Janet Hardy the skirt. The detachable chapel
neckline of Venise lace enriched bodice. White satin bows empjoved at Bradford County Honored At Parties length watteau: train was edgedby
with pearls and kabuki sle- with veils were worn as head Hospital.Mr. three tiers of ruffled lace.
eves enise lace and pearls. pieces. Hicks graduated In 1967 During Past WeekMiss Her veil of Illusion was securedto
The bouffant skirt featured a Johnny and Donnie Goolsby from Bradford High School and a petal cap with pearl sprayon
chapel train flowing from rose nephews of the groom were Is employed with the City of Janet Hardy bride top.A .
pattered lace and accented withre ring bearers. Starke. elect of August 2, was honoredat
embroidered lace ap- Roger Chilson of Lake Geneva After a wedding trip to St. two parties during the past reception was held at the
pliques. A rose of silk organza served as best man. Ush- Augustine Beach the couple week. Dade Park Lodge where baskets:
with returned to reside at 341 N. The Pecan Room of the Gar- of
lace petals on a ers were John Goolsby and pink, yellow and white carnations
bow of organza secured her Richard Curry brothers In- Temple Avenue.BLADE'S den Restaurant was the setting and Fuji mums were

................ ............. ........................ ........................-"V. for Miss a Hardy luncheon given Saturday by Miss for used in decorating.The ENTIRE STOCK LADIES

Geraldine Gay Mrs. Willis bride's table was covered SUMMER DRESSES
Chesser Mrs. Audy Hlnson with a white lace cloth over SWIMl\ITENRSUNKS
:' SEFREEZER Mrs. James Martin and Mrs. mint green and centered witha AND SPORTS WEAR
James Dennis. four-tiered wedding cake. The
Centering the head table was tiers were separated with swan SHORTS SLACKS KNEE PANTS STRECH KNITS
an arragement of pink and white columns decorated with pink SHELLS AND; SHORT OUTFITS REG. $2.99

dal carnations place and cards pompoms.marked Bri-the rosebuds, and topped witha Save To 50% Now $
miniature! bride and groom. Up $200
I SALE seating arrangement for the 19

guests. Mrs. F. S. Mate of Atlanta,
Corsages were given to Mrs.J. Ga. greeted !guests at the door
E. Hardy mother of the and Mrs. Shlrles Myles! of Lees- DUSTERS
honoree Mrs. Gene Ivey Sr. burg kept the bride's book. Assisting LADIES I MENS SHORT SLEEVE
of Tucker Ga., mother of the
in serving were Mrs. J.
bridegroom elect, and Miss W. Todd. Orlando: Mrs. Donald HOUSECOATS and SHIFTS SPORT SHIRTS
Hardy. The honoree also re-
? Todd Charleston S. C., Mrs. VALUES TO 1.99
received a salad bowl in her
chosen china pattern from her William A. Stephens Lsesburg. O SAVE OVER 50% ENTIRE STOCK
REG. $2.99
Edward
> hostesses as a memento of the Mrs. S. Macklnzle III,
occasion. Fort Pierce. Mrs. James I. Par-
rish, Opp. Ala., end Mss'! Pamela Now - $1.99 Now$200 \

1r Mrs. A. Russell Norman entertained ,MacKenzie, Fort Pierce.
";':! : :'!i. at her home on East RIGHT FROM OUR REO. STOCK
: I I / ,.:::;flf"'Iii Call Street on Saturday evening After a wedding trip to Tampa SIZES S-bI-L-RL
i 1'1/''Iii ,fIIi ? July 12, honoring Miss the couple Jj residing 206S. BaBBBaBBBBaBBBBBBBaaaaaiBIBBnMiBHBBHB
.,w-' Hardy. Water street, Starke.

//IIi Arrangements of :vellow and Girls Sports Wear :HENS
== orange zinnias and marigoldswere The bride attended South ASST. COLOR

used to decorate the party Sumter High School and was ALL AGES DECK SHOES
rooms. Mrs. W. B. Mundy employed by Crocm-a-Coochee
Real Estate Shorts Re?. 1.99 NOW 1.50
greeted guests at the door. Office( REG. $2.88 ALL SIZES
Mrs. Norman presented them Shorts Reg. 1.00 NOW .77
to Miss Hardy Mrs. G. E. The groom attended Bradford Gr\f\f\
Ivey and Mrs. J. E. Hardy. High< School and Is a Correc- T-Shirts Reg. 1.00 NOW.77 I Now) 3))VUU

/ The refreshment table was tional Officer at Florida State **
Slacks 2.99 NOW2.00
II l covered with a green and blue Prison. [ Reg. ____
. : \ ::3 '" linen cloth covered with blue
tulle. The orange and yellow

- ..i'L;,!' ;i ii; f Iililn t arrangement silver candlebra was balanced holding tall by Are you among theDRIVERS Ladies Shoe Sale LADIES STRETCH DENIUM

bittersweets The silver
tapers. -
(
.
:: il ilr punch bowl graced one end Canvas Oxfords KNEE PANTS
of the table with silver trays and
', compotes holding sandwiches SAFEST Canvas Slipons Reg. $2.99 0
sweets and
I nuts.
; Mrs. Norman presented Miss ,, Sports Flats Now I
i Only $200
Hardy with a blue cutglass candy I VALUES TO $4.99
dish and
a corsage of bronze
mums and Hlies-of-the-valley.
Mrs. Ivey and Mrs. Hardy were NOW$100
presented with bronze mum
corsages.
t Assisting Mrs. Norman In INFANT TODDLER
in America?
serving the 100 guests were SUMMER SPORTS Ladies Swim S UI-t sPLAY
Mrs. John C. Greene Mrs.

Separate (Juick-Free/c. ('. > James V. Crosby Mrs. M. A. Nationwide's new Family WEAR Close Out Prices
;mpurtmen! Rust-I'roof Porcelain Payne Mrs. Kate Sheppard : "star driver" protection

Liner PLUS Tumbler. Lock "Dry-Wall" Construction 3-year fc Mrs. W. II. Hart Mrs. T. B. rewards safe dri- ALL REG. $1.99 0 VALUES TO $9.99 I

Food Spoilage: Warranty, Interior Light: and (@) Built-in duality. Harding and Mrs. Myrtice yOre, sereerw out risky i

> Nichols one families!'. Special with breaks two for or Now $1.44 Now Only $300REG.


BIG 525 POUNDS SEiR/ VICE SCHEDULE more cars and young ;; $2.99
CATHOLIC ChurchesST.
married couples with

Compare and You'llBuy $199 EDWARD'S, Starke: children. Call: Now $2.00LADIES

I Sunday: Mass, 8 a.m. and
9:15: a.m.Thursday BILL POWELL Girls Swim Suits
Westinghouse SUMMER
Man, 6:30 pm.MlCaculou Phone 964-6464
Medal Novena: 404 W. Madison St. WHITE BEIGE BONE Close Out Sale

..- !Saturday 7 pm. Stark, Fla. AND STRAW O
1.99 2.99
Reg. Reg.
PURSES H'BAGS
ST. WILLIAM'S. Keystone; ft" : -

SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCE! Helfhti Sunday M..II.. 9 ..m. oJ"" .1 TO $4.99 Now $$1.44 Now $2.00

Welneiday Maui Jk Novena, 'NowVALUES
7 $0Oj
p.m. 'tth... ...-...--

332 W. Madison St. Phone ,"-7101 ST. MARY'S M c"'UanytSundajr Nationwide Mutual In*. C*.

M..., 11:30 a.m. B4 M Office Colwnfew, Ohio
ONLY FIRST QUALITY AT CARPS!

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"In the Hurry of activities A 'LEMON C'MON NAVE AMOTMER- SORRY X "fR.IC-D VOLJFZ.MIJSBAND.
and Mrs. Billy Hodge just before and after the wed- SODA- OLE BUDDY/ AND ANaINER-AND, YACNUM-yOU< ) WERE
spent several days recently at Friends of Dr. and Mrs. J. ding, our June brides: could have HAVE (NE.REAL57UFF.. BRAGGING< ( ABOUT"TMlS MAC / NOW I'VE
Myrtle Beach, S. C. W. Brownlee and Mrs. Gent overlooked one Important placeto .' f4o4 ABoUr NEW CAR FROM OTME. /AN EXCUSE
Mrs. L. II. Gibson and dau- VanDiepin will regret to learnof register a name change -- THIS IS ANOCCASIOPf j jJ YOU,O1 TO7 TOOTO DRIVE
ghters of Miami spent the past the death of their brother the Social Security office,' says \J \ / -' NO7HANK5. > 11UWJi'LETesS i iC91 OTTO NOME
in law and son in law, B
two weeks at the Wynn cottageon Bill Fisher, Bradford County L MDRIVING IN OUR
Silver Lake. Herbert Davis, of Gainesville.Mr. Representative. It is necessarythat V qg.- MEW CATnspc'K ?/
Davis suffered fatal heart a bride's correct name f y
Denver Dev-
Mr. and Mrs. OO '. ;::
attack Wednesday of last week be shown on her social security \
NOW. :x: SEE FOR MVSEJ.K.TE.RRIFIC'
rick had as 4th of July week- C.
while swimming at the Brownlee card to make sure she ... c:.
end guests, Mr. and Mrs. Wai-
Lake .
cottage on Kingsley duringa receives'credit for all earn- -:::::;-
son Gibson of Chicago, 111., Mr.
family reunion. Funeral ser- "y
and Mrs. Logan Sluss of Pikes- vices were held Saturday in ings and social security taxes ; tr :
ville, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Will- Gainesville with interment in withheld from her pay. """' -
iam Jennings: and children of Antioch Cemetery LaCrosse. Since a good many Bradford
Tallahassee and Sgt. and Mrs. county "Misses" changed their
Mike Devrlck of Charleston Air Joe Monteomeiy: of Orange names in the month of June,
Base, S, C. Park visited his cousin, Alan Fisher urged every County
Col. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin Montgomery from Tuesday to bride to write or visit the local
and Col. and Mrs. H. M. Hat- Saturday. office and return her olds uzzled About Where You
cher attended the Julie McMil- '4aIH security' card. "When
lan Bruce Blackwell weddingand ... Herbert Thomas, who spent rv _:: veil of import-
reception in St. Augustine '. ,.'a, Thursday to Sunday at his campin son, she fills out a simple form
Saturday afternoon.Mr. the Scrub, had as guests Mr. and we issue a new card to
and Mrs. H. C. Wim- .A and Mrs. James McNeely and her before she leaves the off-
berly of Eagle Lake and Mrs. daughter of Lake City and Mr. ice," he added. If the old card GET THE BEST DEAL ON
Cassels and of and Mrs. J. W. McNeely and
Marvin son T'hompsonCurranWedding is returned by mail, a new
D. C. sev- family of Anacoc. La. in few h
Washington spent card can be mailed a
eral days last week with Mrs. DateIs Mr. and Mrs. *M. M. McRae days:? e A USED CAR?
Nelson Green and family. Announced were visiting friends in Wash- 1 3
and Mrs. J. B. Bakken
Mr. ington, D. C. last week. ::
and sons are spending several Mr. and Mrs. David Black
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aubrey 1 1LOClt
days with friends at Merritt Carter of Columbia S. C. an and children and Ricky Edwards -

Island launching, and of the witnessed Apollo U the on nounce daughter the Rebecca engagement Sue of Thompson their launching observed at Cape the Kennedy Apollo on n ., BRIEFS I WE HAVE THE CARS

Wednesday. Friends of Gary Nicholas Cur- Wednesday.Mrs. ;
and Thomas
Bruce Bakken will regret to
Charlie Cowen of Lake
hear that he broke his right ran of Bangor. Maine and New City was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Margie Dickey and Mrs.
ankle last week while playingat York. Mlsi Thompson is the Edwin Williams Wednesday of Margaret Manning of Jackson-
granddaughter of Mrs. R. S. visitorsof
home. last week. ville were Saturday
Andrea Eaves Nancy Payne, Roster of Lawtey and the late Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fergusonwere Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs. Ella
Patty; Mullins, Gina Griffith, Mr. Rosier.Mr. Saturday overnight guestsof Moody and Mrs. Edith Christ-
Cheri Lawson and Janna Star- Curran Is the son of Mr., Mr.and Mrs.Norman Ketchiein iansen.
ling, Brownie Scouts, visitedthe and Mrs. Raymond J. Curran,, Valdosta, Ga. Three Bradford County Hos-
Rowland Science Lab in Sr. of Bangor. Mrs. Trend Ward and dau- pital patients have been trans-
Jacksonville on Saturday. They The bride-elect received an ghter, Jenifer, and Mrs. Ralph ferred to out of town hos-
were accompanied by Mrs. R. Associate Degree! In Secrtarial Cox of Live Oak spent the first pitals: Miss Kate Struth to
S. Mullins, Mrs. Jack Eaves, Science from the University of of the week with Mrs. D. I. St. Luke's Hospita; Mrs. Mar-
and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Griffith South::) Carolina: where she wasa Silcox and Mr. and Mrs.Vernon garet M. Learn Alachua Gen
and five pre school member of Phi B7ta.! Lambda eral Hospital and Mrs. Sara
children. En route home they Silcox. McDonald of Keystone Heightsto
Business Club. She Is employedby
had lunch at Camp Chowenwaw, the Federal Government In Mrs. James Martin and dau- Baptist Memorial Hospital.Mr. .
Girl Scout Camp near Green ghter of Tallahassee were and Mrs. Charles Hardy -

Cove Springs, and the dairy Columbia.Mr.. Curran. is a graduate ol Mr.weekend and guests Mrs. of J.her II. parents Dennis., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles

farm at Green Cove.Charles Fieldsof St. Francis! Xavier UniversityIn Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Worth of Francis Maddox and reunion families at attendedthe Strick-

Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. visited Mrs. Antloh, Nova Scotia. He is Canton, 111. will be guests next land's Landing on Sunday. while got'emE
J. H. Fields in Starke and Mr. an employee of the Federal week of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Steven- we
stationed In New oel'era
and Mrs. O. W. White Jr. and Government Crews. son and Mrs. John Jenks and
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Boone at York City.A Miss Kate Struth enteredSt. families of New Orleans, La.
Crystal Lake on Sunday. SApt: !"mv>PT ?0 wedding !Is Luke's Hospital Monday for arrived Wednesday to visit
Mrs. N. L.Woodburn Mrs. planned In St. Peter's Catholic observation and treatment. their mother.Mrs.:John Christ-
Nancy Gunter visited friends Church, Columbia.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Dansbyof iansen, for a week. Mrs.
and relatives in Winter Park Gainesville were visiting Mr. Christiansen will return to New
and Babson Park on Saturdayand and Mrs. R. O. Dansby on Sun Orleans with her family and
Sunday. and Mrs. H. E. Smith of day. make her home there.
Mrs. David Christopher and Williston were weekend visitorsof Mrs. Ernest Francis of Wood-
daughter, Tammy, of Brund- Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson. Rev. and Mrs. Denton Sum- bury, Tenn. is visiting her son = 12Z
CARS
ridge, Ala. visited her parents, Mike, Randy and Cherle Law- rail will return Friday from two and daughter In law, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dinkins, son are visiting their mother, weeks vacation in the Smoky and Mrs. Charles Francis this
last week. Mrs. Glenda Tiller and grandparents Mountains.Mr. week.
Mrs. D. R. Devrick is visit- Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey and Mrs. Tommy Johns Mrs. H.R. TrueloveofChesepeake -
ing her brother, Ora Carper, Grimes, in Orlando for two and family of Macclenny spent Va. was a rect visitorof
in Kansas City, Mo. where he weeks.SA Thursday to Sunday with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Haddock. 1965 FORD GALAXIE 500 .
is a patient in the hospital. Mike Smith has been trans- and Mrs. J. W. Ritch at Santa Mrs. C. C. Teston of Kings- 1968 CHEVROLET BEL-AIR
1 Door Sedan V 4 Automatic Trans.
Hat- ferred from Orlando to the Fe Lake. visitorof -
Col. and Mrs. H. M. land, Ga. was a Sunday
cher attended the retirement Great Lakes Naval station. Mrs. Rosalie Crutchfield of the Haddocks. 4 Door Sedan f Cyl. Automatic Trans. Power Steering Blue With Blue Interior

service of Brig. Gen. Ralph Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong St. Augustine was visiting her SK/3 (SU) Jack Carter, who Power Steering/ Very Low Mileage: Radio: and Heater White Side Wall Tires
t C. Davis in Tampa on Sun- have had as visitors Mr. and son in law and daughter was home on three weeks leave, I'r '
day. They were accompaniedby Mrs. Lonnie Moxley of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Payne will leave Friday for Norfolk, Sale $2195 Sale $1295
their daughter, Gayle, and sonville and Mrs. Janie Mitchell over the weekend.Mr. Va. where he will be stationedon
Mrs. Gladys Hatcher, who wenton of New York City last Thurs and Mrs. Lester Crews the Cutlass submarine for
to Maitland to visit Mr. day and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. and daughter, Carolyn, returned nine months. 4
and Mrs. Frank Hatcher fora Steinmeyer of Jacksonville on Sunday from a three weeks Local admittances to Brad- t
the West. They also
week. Sunday. tour of County Hospital th's: week
Bell of Tallahassee Mrs. Ernestine Hooksin ford
Clyde visiting
include: Mrs. Patricia Spergler. 1967 CHEVROLET IMPALA. 1964 CHEVELLE MALIBU -
of Mr. Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Picker- Tuesday overnight guest Seattle, Mrs. Allle
,
ing were in Folkston, Ga.Tues- and Mrs. W. W. Hood. Mrs. M. A. Garcia ( the former Mrs. Eleanor, Charles Lyon E. Smith! 4 Doer Hard-Top Factory Air Condt. 4 Door Sedan 283 Cu. In. V-8 Standard
Mae George
day overnight visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Haddock Peggy Caldwell) and four Jeff T. Smith Leon Ellington, Power Steering and Brakes Radio and Trans. Radio Heater
in Festus, Mo. last Tues-
Homer Lewis. were
Mrs.
Camarillo Calif., Luther Heater Beige With Fawn Interior
children of Jchns and
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Tolbertof day to Saturday to attend the Mrs. Florence
Lake City were visiting Mr. funeral of an aunt, Mrs. E.E. will arrive Saturday for amonth's O. Powell Starke; Mrs. Claudia Sale Sale---I $795
her parents, 895
and Mrs. David Montgomery Griffin. visit with L. Godwin, George Brannen .. $1
Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. and Wallace H, Mann Lake
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wainwright Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Boone Butler; Lucian P. Gouin, Melrose -
returned Tuesday after two and family have returned and family of Jackson, Tenn. ; Tony Baker, Clarence + +
months in the Bahamas. from a visit with Mrs.Wain- are guests this week of Mr. Smith, G, T. Givens, Mrs. Hilda
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett wright's father, Daniel B.Hagy, and Mrs. O. W. White Jr. Lindsey and Mrs. Armie Dee-
who has been ill in the Bristol. Sgt. and Mrs. Mark Mack of
.
GeorgeJ.
1961 RAMBLER
had as visitors Mr. and Mrs. last Friday Ban. Keystone Heights: 1966 CHEVROLET PICK-UP -

Russell Judd of Clewiston and Mr.last and also Tenn.toured Nursing Lookout Home.Mountain They visitors Lake City of Mr.were and Mrs. J.G. Donaldson Waldo, and and Mrs.Mrs.Maude Ruth Step Side Body Six Cylinder .4 Door Sedan Six: Cylinder Standard
Thursday evening DeSha. ;
Mrs. Julian Ezele of Jack- and visited friends and rela- Caldwell. Finley, Raiford.Mr. 3 Speed Trans. Radio Trans. It Runs and Has Inspection Sticker

sonville Saturday evening. tives in Grundy, Va., Athens Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal have and Mrs. Ira D. Wells of
and Cleveland Ala. Sale Sale
$74
, SP 4 Barry Smith has returned returned from ten days visit Gulf Breeze were Saturday visitors $1495 -
I to Fort Devin, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson with their son, Capt Thomas of Mr. and Mrs. BarneyE.
after a week's leave spent with had as visitors Mr. and Mr. Dyal, at San Bernardino, Calif. McRae enroute to Cape Ken- f
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. X. Charles Lawson and family! of They also visited points of interest nedy to witness the Apollo '11 t
M. Smith. Tallahassee on Thursday and in the West launching.
1967 TEMPEST
.
Frank Weaver of Will- Heatherof to -
Mrs. Friday and Mrs. Joe Jordan Mr. and Mrs. Lester 'Mrs. Bertha Lang returned
iston was visiting Mr. and Mrs.W. and family of Lake City on Fri. St. Charles, 111. spent the her home at Delray Beach alter 1967 CHEVROLET PICK-UP. 2 Door Hard-Top Cold Color Over-Head
T.Jackson over the weekend. day. past two weeks with Dr. and five weeks visit with Mr. and Six Cylinder :3 t Speed Trans. New Cam Six Cylinder. 3 Speed Transmission.Paint .
Mrs.J.W.Brownlee at Kingsley Mrs. Paul Raymond.Mrs. Solid White Gold with Cold Interior Radio and Heater
Lake and with the Herbert Davis visited
Weldon
Gladys White Side Wall Tires
family in Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Weldon in Sale J
;f TEXTILE LOWEST Mr. and Mrs. Burnell Lake Wales Cald- Jacksonville Friday to Monday. - $1695]) Sale I $1695
well and daughter Gloria Strickland soent las -

1 PRICES were last Friday overnight week with her brotherinlawand
OUTLET guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. sister, Mr and Mrs.\. Don- 4 4
Caldwell. ald W. Thornton In Warrington. -

IN TOWN Attending Camp Chowenwa 1966 CHEVROLET IMPALA -
224 N. TEMPLE Girl Scout camp, near Green ,Mr. and Mrs. John C. Greene 2 Door Hard-Top V-S Factory Air 1964 DODGE DART -
Cove Springs for two weeks are: and son John Curtis, Mr and Power Steering and Brakes Tone 4 Door Sedan Six Cylinder Automatic
White, Flat. And Fitted Lynn and Kay Izler Debbie Edwards Mrs. James V, CrosbY and son, Paint Radio and Heater Trans. Radio and Heater
HJalmar Jane McMillan, Tommy and Mr. and Mrs. A.

Percale Bed Sheets $1.50 Sally Torode,Lynn Pierce,Jen- Russell:! Norman celebrated: Mr.Norman's Sale .. $580
- ifer Haas and Lisa Ekard. birthday in Jacksonville :: Sale .. .. $1495 -

Jean Whiffen left Tuesday for Sunday. '
Solids Prints And Floral Reg. $5.89 Camp Chattooga In the Blue Al-C Ardel Brannen has returned t +
Ridge Mountains, North Geor- to Randolph AFB Sin:
gia, for four weeks. Antonio, Texas after a week's
No-Iron Sheets $2.25Ex. 1966 RAMBLER 1965 CHEVROLET IMPALA
- Martha Ellen Williams of New leave with his parents, Mr. and -
Port Richey spent last week Mrs. R. A. Brannen. 2 Door Hard-Top Six Cylinder 4 Door Hard Top V-8 Automatic Trans.

Yellow BlueVelvet Finish with her uncle and aunt, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Riccardi Automatic Trans. Bucket Seats -- Factory Air Condition Power Steering .
Large White Pink, and Mrs. Robert Barksdale. and sons Bryan and Mike White Side Wall Tires White with Red
BATH TOWELS - 97c Mrs. Wheeler Nolan of Jack- York of Miami are guests of Sale I $1095 Interior
- -
sonville was visiting Mrs. O. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Stricklandfor

Cannon 100'4{ Colton Emb. Reg. $13.98 To $22.95 L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. several weeks. Sale------ $1295
Kincaid from Friday to Monday. ,Mr. and Mrs. R. A, Brannen
SPREADS $3.98 TO $5.98 Gene In Talla-
BED Wiggins was had as recent visitors!: Mr. and
hassee the first of the week on Mrs. Bob FalJe and four chil-
I King/ Size Flat White Fitted White, Color Prints business. dren of Lancaster S. C. Mrs.
Brant Turner visited Mr. and Faile Is the former Norma Jean I
$4.00
SHEETS - $3.00 - -
Mrs. John Anderson in Cocoa Brannen of Hampton. ,
Tuesday and Wednesday and
WHITE Reg. $2.98 witnessed the Apollo launch- Mr. and Mrs. George Eugene :
Ivey Sr. and son Gene, of :
HAND TOWELS BATH MATS Ing.Kay Turner is visiting Mr. Tucker, Ga. were weekend ,
Asst- Colors and Mrs. Carl Bawer in Greenville guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. 5 / _
each weeks d
15c Miss. for three Hardy. .
$1.50 and is accompanying them on Mrs Martha Moore spent the
Wash! Clothes $1 Doz. a vacation tour. weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Il. L. Speer returnedlast George Schoene in Orange Park.
Reg. $1.50! White, Pink, Cold, Avocada, Green week from a month's visit Mrs. Rosa Sibley is a patientin U. S. 301 North Phone
E. P. Bo-
with Mr. and Mrs. the Starke Nursing Home.Mr.s .
land and family in Athens, Ga.
BATH MATSONLY 59c Janet Hardy was on the
Simmons
Friends of Sidney M. Dean's Hat at the Ur.'verslty of STARKE FLORIDA
will
of Richmond, Va. re-
Bath Towels 35c ea. Beach Towel 77c Bret to hear of his death Sunday Georgia during the last quarter. ,
night after a long Illness.Cremation Miss Betsy Matthews returned
WORK CLOTHES Per Suit $2.00Reg. services were held Sunday alter i three week's and visit
in Richmond. Mr. Simmonswas with her brother-in-law
"Sooner Later Your Favorite Dealer'JULY
$2.00 Suit NOW $1.49 a Seaboard Ra::.oad op- sister, S. Sgt. and Mrs JohnM. or
AU Colors And Sizes erator In Starke and Hampton Miller in Wichita! Falls i':
about 40 years ago. Texas.

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Firemen ;' li't ;'AUr 344 Drumsticks

For Everyone


Ask Contributions Iij BradfordBradford


County's booming
(Continued From Page One)
poultry industry is based on

nearly 2.5 million birds, or an
talked aout the need for coats and helmets, an alert
radios etc...... average of 172 chickens for
Countywide; fire protection? system, and tiw
I every man, woman and child
How many years have we stood
by, helplessly, and watched "We have no means of rais- in Bradford County That's a lot

homes burn, with 1 no one to call ing the necessary money to buy of) drumsticks, no matter how
for help? Now after all these the things we need other than r you figure it.

years a small group of unselfish through your contributions. We "'"

dedicated men have are asking that you become a Recent figures from the re BIG 16.6
joined together in an effortto member of our organization 1 cords of Tax Assessor GeneLong FOOTREFRIGERATOR
alleviate this through an ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP ,
problem. show 104 poultry farms In
Through the medium of Vol- in the departmentsat .
the county (with new ones go- --I
of $5.00 IIGIRAT
minimum per
unteer Fire Departments, we a
feel that we can not only help year. We feel this will cer- Attend ing up almost daily), housinga
ourselves, but also our friends tainly prove to be one of the 4-H'ers chicken population invest- 043 at last count. IR
and neighbors."As best and most rewarding
ments you have ever made.

we all know, "talk is Wildlife Camp The records, based on 1969 29q
cheap", but action requires a "Upon receipt of your contribution property tax returns, breaks the o. y
certain amount of expenses. you will be forwarded total figure down Into 777,155

Before we can begin this all an ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP layers, 530,451 pullets, and 935- ,,
important service there are CARD A self addressed Walter Prevatt, Lee Sparks, forest of the game managementarea 477 broilers.
Daniel Rosier and Red- ,
enclosed for Jerry to see conservation
items of equipment and envelope is your practices -
many above 4-H c= Freezer holds up to 154 Ibs
ding are attending
convenience in forwarding your of forestry, soil, water'wUdllfe.
supplies we much purchase, The business has rapidly on handy rack.
grown
Wildlife Camp this week at Doe and They will fire 'Two ice trays
such as; hose, ladders, fire contribution. Lake 4-H Camp in the Ocala here In recent years and now e Separate temperature controls
National Forest. for score on a rifle range ranks number one in the coun t Four cabinet shelves, one
and will be able to fish, and -
Outstanding 4-11 members are ty's agricultural activities. adjustable, one slides out.
Engine Study Emergency selected to attend this special practice boating safety. They ) Available i In GE colors or white.
will]] also see movies on these
camp on the basis of their pro- i
related activities.
ject work and related activit-
Planning 4-H members will also havea
Postponed
ies, leadership ability,and per- camp organization that will
sonal development,according to enable them + 1
to practice ]leadership
(Continued From (Page One) ImprovedContinued Assistant County Agent Bobby citizenship and other-

ifications used in installing the ( From Page One) Taylor. They will be requiredto 4-H development activities.The 1" ," I'li J \ !
give talks and write stories
1,750 KW Worthington turbine Camp is sponsored by
Installed a year ago, Priday operates through the Sheriff'sDepartment about their experiences to other the Florida Agricultural Ser- m 'ul TBF17SE
4-H in
members the
county. vice and several businessesin
replied another engineeringstudy William's said.
is needed. Cooperation between agenciesin Highlights of the camp will private industry. These
The previous engineeringspecs the city and county which be classes in forestry, game businesses supply much of the

could be followed, he have equipment which can be management, boating safety, materials used at the camp,
said, but the city's load growth used in rescue and repair operations gun safety, conservation, fish especially] ammunition for the :L
has "changed considerably is expected to be much pond management, and fishingand rifle] range and fishing tackle
better then where the ]1968 fishing tackle. During the and supplies and also provide
in two years. "flood" hit Water Street and camp the 4-H'ers will be ableto personnel to teach some of the 3 !
It was recommended that an Alligator Creek. Residents then actually]] participate and prac- classes. Cooperation is also Cycles Big Capacity
old 940 KW oil burning Fair-
tice in activities related] to their received from State Agenciesand
had little assistance in moving
child engine be taken out of the Instruction.

plant, Priday said, thereby nec- possession from flooded They will]] take a tour in the the press. Cost !
Low
essitating that an engine big- houses.In .
ger than 1,750 KW to makeup general, Williams said, ,1 t7tt,'i au

the lost generating power. the county will handle rescue '.' -:"
The old Fairchild could not operations in the county and the FilterFloWasher
be moved from the plant with- city in the city. However, it : \
out tearing down a wall if is now agreed that each agency !

another engine were put beside will cooperate in assisting' the 'tt r IU /
a.I
it boxing It in, Priday other If needed. The Civil ; ("
Filter-Flo wash
said. The Fairchild Is also Defense Department has a system

twice as expensive to operateas list of equipment to refer to. \. --. : ,.......,.. .' When Insurance that pays only -ends lint-fuzz on all
the gas engines, he said.It There has also been a chainof *'. .'. hospital bills Just Isn't enough size loads.
is presently run only eight command established and de- Medl-Cash tides you over with cash to
hours per week to keep it from finite areas of responsibility ,[; to keep things going. For detailson Washes up 3 wash, rinse

"drying out" and maintain it assigned individuals in case of Medl-Cash, health Insurance temperatures.Permanent .
: from State Farm,give "'I a caH.MERRTTT : .
in The emergency, he said.
an operable condition. Press
old engine has been run as longas Both theStarke and City Coun- ) Ibs. "cycle
10 days continuously recently cil and Bradford County Com- with "Cooldown.

without trouble. mission have signed agree- f Cold water wash and
Tendency hoiilrt h tr rAnlnc*" ments stating that if either 16
rinse.
the smaller engines as the_plant( body declares a state of e- u
grows, he said.Avoiding mergency, the Civil Defense ska s, Bleach dispenser.
a new bond issueis director has authority to direct Soak Cycle.
rescue operations with the full
the city's aim now, Council-
man Jimmy McRae said. The cooperatlo n of all agencies Sf Extra Wash setting.
city needs additional powe'. within either the city or the fabric

shortly the cheapest possible county. ASCS Service AwardsMary mixed heavy Model WA-610E
way. Biggest drawback to the CD I

"I can appreciate that," Friday operation now, Williams said,
said. Is the communication to the \
Local figuring has been thata public must be made throughthe Ella Waterson receives a certificate fair 20 years $199

new 2,000 KW engine would cost ]local radio station WPXE. service and Clyde Cone of Brooker one for 15 years service with WILLIAMS __-

about $300,000, Bond Trustee The CD department is workingon the Bradford County Ar/rirulture/ Stabilization and Conservation __

Cliff Hazen said. Plans are to acquiring a generator to enable Service. Presenting the awards Is J. Warren Carver, county 117, N": Walnut Street
it to broadcast communi-
pay $100,000 down and financethe PHONE 964.5391
ASCS orflce'r.
balance over three to seven cations in case of emergency,

years That, he is said.a financial problem, he said.Courthouse ..n .- SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCE

sell Friday six said.per cent If the bonds city, can the Tradesregaeaere at t Nomeand comm;;; nily p set) STATE FARM PS470 A

c.-
engineer said, that may be ResolutionIs _I Mint-: R...... Fit ..rru.C\ 332-IW. :Madison St. Phone 964-7701
cheaoer in the long run than ..
10 per cent construction money., -. 0"-._: .. ._._ __._ _: _._:-_:__Oil.___0 ,-._--".--'--'.---'--'-.--' ---ilnl"1Ir-._............_.tI. .3iII: W ill ii"ili""Wili .. QI --_ .
Priday also said it will be ApprovedContinued .
necessary to enlarge the power
plant again in 1972. There is ( From Page One)
not enough room for another FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF STARKE
engine as large as the new
Worthington, he said. creaslngly difficult to operate DIRECTORS I ;. ..-
By 1975. the city plant will the school "tam from two of
need a capacity of 9,700 KW, fices 'lone at me courthouseand DOYLE CONNER N : e"ti
Friday predicted. the other at the USO Building Florida Comm. of Agriculture A rr. t ( J

across from Bradford High S. O. DENMARK
Councilman U
Neil Tucker suggested N .
School.) -
Owner, Denmark
Furniture Co.
the two week delay, then That nlaht the Board decidedto C .
N
to consult the city auditor. RUBY JOHNS 135 ,
act and the a-tlon: took the I x,
"If we stay in the power production 1EntrepreaetyEUOENE
form of the resolution. A E
business, we're goingto
have to expect this every few L. MATTHEWS L
," Bond Trustee Owner-Publisher,
years Jewett 3
Fogg stated. Fogg said people Scouts To Help Bradford County Telegraph S Jsr.:, r.

seem to think something new is With Cemetery BAS, Ol\1 F. MIZELL JR. T 0
being recommended. He pointed Managing Officer-First Federal A
out the trustees are only Cleaning Project T 1
O. A. ROBERTS
recommended that the second
E
step in the Businessman Farmer
engineering ea t
pro- Members of Troop TO, Boy II 9
gram be carried out. 4b u a .
Scouts of America, will joinin A. J. THOMAS: JR. a rf"
When asked Tucker what E
by service Attorney 1 sr' ,, 6
a community
the engineering costs would be, pro- N r 4f 4U y
ject Saturday by assisting in
JOHN A. TOKODE
Friday answered ; y 9
: the clean up of Crosby Lake Owner, Torode Oil Co.OFFICERS T 4 y YY
Cemetery, Scoutmaster Don
"We'll have to do about
every- Hardenbrook at the 395 West Madison
reported
Street
Starke
Florida
thing we did before. About as ,
troop meeting Tuesday night.
many man hours will be In-
volved. The cost may be a STATEMENT OF CONDITION
All members of the Troopare
little less." invited to report at the AFTER THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30, 1969
Engineering costs for the
last Scout Hut at 9 a.m. Saturday, A. J. THOMAS: J t.
expansion about
ran $8-
500. where transportation will be Chairman of the Board Assets
nmvided to Crosby Lake.
Friday said R. S, & H looksat BASCOM F. MIZELL. JR.
the over all city utilities President and Manager :Mortgage Loans and Other Liens on Real] Estate __ $3,593,041.23

picture, not just the power plant. schedule. If any departmentis JOHN A. TORODE All Other Loans _n-_________"_ ___ ___ 11,648.22 ,
He said to maintain the city's allowed to deteriorate, Friday Vice President and Treasurer Cash on Hand and in Banks ____" __ __ 391,692.54 ';

city present needs good to make bond the rating moves the itself said in,no the position city may to floata find RUBY JOHNS Fixed Investments and Securities ________-.11111 III_ __"_1__"_ 12,500.00

set up by the engineers on bond issue. SecretaryEMPLOYEES Assets-Less, Depreciation __ .._____. __ ._ 93,450.83

Deferred Charges and Other Assets _III"_ __ .__. _____-__ 59547.29

r----------------t tI Total Assets
.et t $4,161,880.11
I nterpri5 5 t
Liabilities and Net {Worth

I PRESENTS ITS

Savings Accounts -------------_.________ ____.________ 3,671,017.86

I Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank __ __ .. __ __ 200,000.00
Regular Thursday Night Dance (other than manager) Loans in Process __ ____ _
-- __"______ __u_____ 165,243.50
JUDY BROWN Other Liabilities II.7 __ ______ .
I ----- --- __ ____.. 31,550.36
STARRINGMOUSE CHERYL McRAE General Reserves ___ ._ __ $59,642.69

Surplus _._ -h' 34,425.70
I 94,068.39

Total Liabilities and Net Worth $4,161,880.11


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N E Y S
I New Convenient Location
I COMING JULY 24 II I THOMAS Si FIERCE!: viMi *

Adequate Parking Facilities
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Maintenance Drive Up Facility C .

: MIRA LEE WILLIAMS : .
NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY Night Depository .,_ 1r"

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Merchants Two :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::-::::::::::: :: ""::::>.
\Garden Escape

'Hot' Wires July 31 Hearing Set Pretty


Vie For First Place Y Accurate!
After WreckA
On Schools BudgetPublic Errors. Insolvencies and
A \ roof over their head double assessment In the
Harden Restaurant Steve Cox each had a hit for .
and the '
roll compiledby
and rubber\ shoes' on their feet 19f>4 assessment
Starke Merchants\ were tied go- l Hampton. apparently made: the difference Tax Assessor Gene Long:
I ing Into their showdown hearing on the 1969- use of the building was requested -
game between life and death for two totaled: only S617.6R.
In
played Thursday
Wednesday, games 70 budget for Bradford County for recreation pur-
July l 16
as the July 10, the Merchants had a BirniliiRlnm.: Ala., men when schools That's pretty accurate when
result probably will be held poses.
of the !Merchants down- rough time with their car was draped with! hRh! you consider county assessments -
Terwillegar-
Ing Garden 8-7 last Wednesday ..... at 7:30: p.m. July 31, In thesuperintendent's Okayed a propsoal from the
Denmark before winning 3-2. power:: lines after It strucka now total nearly S66
office In
July 9. the county Civil Defense that Brad-
}power: pole:: early Sihu'daynot'ning. courthouse. ford High School BUS Audit- million!
At time half of the
one
The Merchants picked up two runs ] orium, the Vo Tech School
game was close all the In third inning but Terwillegar- According to Cap! Bill Chambers Supt. Tom Casey asked the Hampton Elementary and Bro- total assessment list was
way three as the lead changed hands Denmark came back in the sixthto of tl': city police:: the! drive Board at Its Tuesday morn- oker Elementary be classifiedas errors and insolvencies, not-
final times. Going Into the tie It up going Into tte seven- er. Jimmy C. Walker! 23, and r t ing meeting to meet again at fallout shelters. ed veteran Clerk Charles
Inning all tied up, the Olden G, 7 p.m. Thursday, the 17th, so when the Commission
:Merchants th. The Merchants picked up his pasteiiRer!: Webb. ? Darby County -
held Garden In the the III, "lucky to get out he could present them copiesof given that Information
top of the winning run in the top of were Hired four bus drivers need- was -
the Inning and then pickedup the seventh and then shut out all,,.." Chambers" Paid the driver the proposed budget which ed to handle the extra bus Monday
winnini run tin two base Terwillegar said he could "sparks flyIng will be advertised in The Tele- noted
hits. Denmark in the I see routes. Of course, Darby
bottom of the inning for the off the! pants of the pa victor)'. s Casey said another meeting was 000 back then, so the county
The Merchants checks totaling $175
outhit Garden ger.Neither ( needed this week so they can Accepted
13-11, with Claude Hardee get- of the: men was' injured l .... close out the budget year which for the year for the five mem- ended up with! $13,000 in tax
ting three hits. Terry liar- The !Merchants were led by seriously enough to betaken ended June 30. The Board off- bers for travel expenses to the es.
dee Hilly Sanford, Jim Heeler Billy Sanford and Jim Beeler to the hospital.: icially has until July 20 to board meetings. Answering a ::::::::::::::::;:::.:::;:::::::::::::::::':::::.:::::::::.:::::::::;:::::::
and !Mark Hamilton each with two hits each. Gary Ham- The accident occurred nt 2:30: close out the budget year.A question from Sawyer, Casey
had two hits. John Watson ilton two hits for Terwillegar- a.m. Saturday on U. S. 301 S sw'4.1ik said that the State Departmentof
Jack Hazen, Emmett Akridge Denmark.The about 220 feet north of Edwards n good portion of Tuesday Education required that
and Walt Edmondson each had Road and between! Jackson's 66 morning's meeting was taken Board members be paid 10 cents 1/e Ototfftn&i
two hits for the Garden. second game saw the Gar Station and a fruit stand. Marathon Runner; Passes Here by work on bids. Bids for a mile for travel to and from
den bomb Bradford Barber The two men mmber ofa Instructional supplies were the meetings.
Second game of the night saw Shop, 13-2 in five innings. National Guard Special Forces Famous marathon Jogger Bill Emmerton gets a cup of opened and the board Instructed -
the Bradford Barber shop pick The Garden was led by Ronnie scuba diving' group training: at Gatorade from his wife Norma last Friday on SR-100 as he passed Casey to award the bids to Approved final payment of
up their second win of the sea- Thomas John Watson and Camp Blinding, were traveling the lowest and best bidders. S3.129 (including the $500( retainer ,J T
Jack Ilazen with two hits each. through Bradford County on his way to Cape Kennedy.
son by downing Hampton 11-1. north on 301 when! the power: fee) for the first phaseof
Harold Godwin led the Clippers Harold Davis had two hits for steering on their 1969 Chevrolet Running and' walking In the hot, humid North Florida tem- Purchasing nt p.T. Nolin the VoTech Center on
with three hits. while the Clippers. failed. peratures is rougher than running through Death Valley, Em- the architect's recommendation. -
teammates Ray Griffis,Jim Ha Standings was on hand to explain the The to Brown I 1_ _
: The car swerved: to the right! merson said He ran through Death Valley twice last year. money goes
zen, Edgar Akridge and Larry Garden 8-1. Merchants 8-1 and hit the power:: pale: which Averaging more than 40 miles per day, Emmerton left the commented multi-paged that specifications while he knowsof and Construction Co. Payment had "The accent of today maybe
Noegel each had two hits. David Terwillegar Denmark 3 -6, been held up pending the archi-
was folding veral( 4,100 on our youth, but the stressis
volt Space Center in Houston at 1
;Nobles; Charles Johns and Clippers 2-7, and Hampton p.m. June 17. The 49-year-old! three counties that ask for tect's approval of a movable "
17. lines The! car was n total Ion (Aussie planned to cover the 1,034 miles to Cape Kennedy in bids on only 50 items In this petition. on the parents.
and the role::1 was broken.CLEARANCE .
category, he believes this
'time to observe the moon launching Wedesday.
county is saving money by ask-
The run was sponsored by Rotary International
of NASA '
ing for bids on some 150 items. : :
Space Center in Houston and was made to publicize the moon .
shot A Space Center doctor declared Emmerton in excellent: Nolin: told the Board he believes -

1INDOOR health after a three hour examination proceeding the run, whichis they save about $19,000by \
putting almost all Instruc-
dedicated to the U. S, astronauts! tional supplies up for bids.
Emmrton stayed at Holiday Inns along the way and did lie estimated that the total bid

1' most of his running in the early morning and late evening.His for the supplies will come to I

_- wife Norma, Canadian born, who is by his side constantly about 50000. sent The Opening Of
Bid specifications were
i I provided soothing massages and cold drinks along the way. _
But she rode In an air-conditioned car. to 31 companies; 17 sent in
bids. Smith Plumbing & Supply Co.
The Board gave Casey the

A Secret Meetings of Public Boards authority the various to insurance call for bids policies for HAROLD J. SMITH: OWNER

for the school system. Dead- SPECIALIZING IN
and line for submitting these bids
Barred by High Court Decision will be 10 a.m. Aug 5. Contracting And Repairs
The Board also gave the go
OUTDOOR ahead to call for bids on petroleum Plumbing Fixtures Water Heaters

..... ; Declaring that secret meet. cording to the decision. food'milk meat,bread Pumps Irrigation Iron Filters
Ings are synonymous with "han "During past years, tenden- and 140 student desks and chairs -
YOUR ky panky." the Florida Supreme cies toward secrecy In public af for the Middle School.In Water Softeners
CHOICE Court last week ruled that all fairs have been the subject of other action the Board:
official boards must discuss and extensive criticism" the court

transact their business In pub- added. "Terms such as managednews Decided to deed to the city Phone 964-6023

3/8" X 50' WHIRLING He. secret meetings, closed of Hampton the building which
SPRINKLER records, executive sessions, and
Upholding and apparently was formerly the Hampton
( Please; :Make\ A Note Of Our NumberIn
GARDEN HOSE broadening the Interpretation of study sss'ors have become synonymous Training School. This was donein
Revolving head with the new "government In the with 'hanky panky' in response to a letter from Your Phone Book)
Heavy vinyl Germghose aluminum spray arms. sunshine law," the court unanimously the minds of publlc-'plrited! citi- Hampton's mayor in which the r
a..,, 'ti by Monsanto. Green Covers up to 30' declared that the law zens," the decision said.
'4ftntr; mirror finish, fully diameter..
Hv'F0 Y guaranteed requiring public meetings also .
;: applies to discussions of any
:: proposed action as well as the
final, formal vote.
The decision apparently ruled
= out the practice of board mem- I
M bers meeting In executive session
so-called "study sessions"or
even over a cup of coffee to
Iron out controversial matter
before they are brought up In
SALE
public meetings.
If three members of a school! I I II II

GARDEN board for ,example, took their
/ X SO'TOOLS
wives out for dinner they would
apparently be prohibited from
HOSE discussing such things as a I
y t teacher's qualifications for appointment -
to a principal vacan-
Esc 29 $144 cy which would be filled at a future '
values = meeting.
,
"Regardless of their good Intentions
Choice of trowel, Top quality vinyl hose these specified,: board i
cultivator or trans. with all brass cou and commissions, through devi-
planter. Chrome plated plings. Fully guaran ous wavs, should not be allowedto 1e
steel heads. (Ill reg. $1.91 teed.
deprive the public of this Inalienable -

SALE right to be present
and to be heard at all delibera-

JUMBO SIZE tions wherein decisions affectingthe This seal makes
general: public are being: I e I
LAWN CHAIR F I r OSTER 8-SPEED made" the court said. The pub- anything possible.Save
.
lic has the right to be present
I and be heard during all phasesof !
$$4.99 $ BLENDER the discussion and action of
t' SIer
value boards and commissions! ac-

$ 88F Starke Raceway a
$34.d
.
RESULTSStarke

6X4X4 webbing for SAVE S8 off our
extra strength com already low price. Stir Raceway results.
wide on economical Falcons
22"
fort. Big to liquify at the touchya' Quarter Horse Racing for Sunday 4
seat, 34" high con. I of a button. 541.
toured back. Folding/ July 13. -- -
aluminum frame. Listed In order: owner, name
SALE of horse and jockey.1st .
race, 200 yards -- win
SUNBEAM SUNBEAM12CUP ner: Vasco Forsythe, Starke Dealzapoppin!

PERC .:- HAIR DRYER Dude Thompson Van Trontitia Prescott.: Priest Buddy, Year-end prices in July!

Mell I Biggs.
Save on sporty Mustangs
2nd race 250 yards -- win- i
$ O 97 $1788
$$12.99 $$27.99 ner: Adro' Brown, Star Dean

value value Brown Chuck Joy, Billy Du
Bars. Van Prescott.3rd '

Fully automatic, makes ,___I r Professional type con- race 250 yards -- win
4to12cupsTwist-lock .v ,,1 sol ette type dryer with ner: Mack McConnell, Peppy,
top and pop-up basket. f 4 heat settings. Closes Greg Woods. Pat Westmore- 5 .
IAP63, / \ ,_ to hat box size. land Sugger Pat.
4th race, 220 yards -- winner -
Sunday -1 1 6 P.M. --
cmember Carp's Open ltp : Robert Jordan, Little Joe, Save on roomy Fairlanes

R. Jordan. Junior Mersey,

3/8" DRILL fommanche 300 Van yard's Prescott.5th .winner
or race -- -
ffT : Eddie Starling, Pete, Kim C31:3p: we iq PIiNC

tr Prescott. Sammy Tonge, Fury,

SABRE SAW \ J hammy.6th race 250 yards -- win- Impossibly quiet Fords.

ner: Mr. Bass, Daisy, Van
Fury by Prescott. Donald Nettles, Impossible low prices.Big .
noble Donald.
1911
'
7th race 250 yards -- win-
Your $ O97- ... ner: Leo Thornton, Tempo, savings on LTD's by FordTERWILLEGAR
Thornton. Joe Stivall,Come
J on Strong Dean Brown.
Choice O -=- 8th race, 250 yards -- win- '
..' ner: Pat Westmorland Sugger, ...... ,.-

$14.95 values r mv.Pat. Sammy Tonge,Fury,Sam-

Fury power tools by Ram. quality contructed 9th race 300 yards -- Even:
for' rugged use. Both will handle r Mike Reid Lady, Mike. Ken
t! practially any do-it-yourself project around rir Manning Betsy, Rodney. MOTORS
the house. Use saw to rip crosscut, key 10th race 300 yards -- even:
The drill has 3/8" Jacobs geared Van Prescott Fly Red Van.
hole, jig.
Adro Brown, Star Dean
chuck Brown

Forty horses participated.
Spectators estimated 206 W. Madisofr6l.' Phone 964-7200 SUarfce. Fla.
F ONLY FIRST QUALITY AT CARPS at 275.
Location: U.S. 301 Smith, next
to I Drive In Theatre, 3 p.m.

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1 Postal Clerks Are Opposed |l Timber Taxes 1f.f{.. Water .1. Pension Pension plans from private. j

$1 billionto
I }== sources! paid nearly $5
..
..
-: retired employees -
4,000,000
about
To Non-Profit Corporation i J in the United Statesin

p I Ir Project 1968. and the whole economy -

Finally Paid ::1 1 $ benefits from the capital

The nation's organized post- Hall said the union's national ; :;=1 investment represented by the-
al clerks are mustering "ac- leadership had reached its < I:; SetA $114 billion in current assets
Is I
:= ;
against tive opposition"the Administration's In Congress decision "reluctantly" and held in trust for present and

postal corporation bill "for "only after fruitless consulta- t Taxes owed by Container Court. Both Courts upheld the project to loop a six-Inch future retirees.the .
what it fails to do," a top tion with top postal officials in Corp. for 1965 and 1966 have original decision favoring water line down Colley; to SR- '. ---:
Washington and
union official said here toEd a thorough stu-" J been distributed and the 1967 Bradford County and on June 100 to Laura Street will be Included Council:
dy of the legislation I
I'." itself. taxes will be distributed with9. 1969 Container finally called budget -Told Charles E. Whitney
In next year's
Hall Secretary of Starke master He charged General that himself the Post- "', 4aGroup In a week according to J.R. It quits concerning the 19- according to City Util.ties. Supt. that sewer, water, and naturalgas
Local 2782. United Federation has Kelly, tax collector. 65, 66 and 67 taxes. On June Is already available toa
failed Davis,
to give Oscar
Postal Clerks, AFL CIO any considerationto When the four year legal bat- Containr's attorney wrote to told the site where! he plans to develop -
the fact thtat To The! superintendent
listed three major objectionsto even with the Appear At BenefitThe tle between the county and Container Attorney Theron A. Yawn, who
meager 4.1% pay increase effective Corp. ended Container Council! of his Intention: aftera a mobile hcme park and
which represented the county and said
pendlnglegistation In mid Maurice Edward;:. sales business on US-301 south:
July, postal resident. :
owed $72,785 in taxes for three
would the that further legal action was
convert postal
vice into a Governmentcorpor-ser- clerks are still more than$800a Plainsmen! a local Country Western croup will appear years plus $9,754 in interest, planned no concerning those three Sr., asked for a water line to It will be up to Whitney: to provide .
ation: year behind their counter- Saturday, July 26 at the Gainesville High Auditorium at 8-p.m. making a total of $82.539 paid his property on SR-1CO. Clerk those services inside the!
years.
"First," Hall said "it falls parts in the private sector as for a Muscular Dystrophy Benefit. :Members' of the croup are by Container. (The Telegraphhas However, decision on the 19- Merrill Edwards: presenting! the mobile home park to the city's
to give employees the right to of June 1968 --- to say noth- (I-r) Tony Custlen, Ricky Brown Valeria Bristol. Lavern Outlaw incorrectly reported $93, 68 Container Corp. taxes is request, said: Edward plans to specifications, Supt. Davis laid.
strike, even though we wouldno ing of the astronomical rise Jr., and Randy Brown. 438 plus interest was due). still pending. Nobody appeared pave a 3.500 foot street to develop Whitney also reeds the signatures
longer have civil service in living costs durin g the I 13:! When Kelly distributed the June 7 at the Equalization Board lots. of half of the residents/
status. months since that time." Other country western bands appearing Saturday will be 1965 monies, $16,064 went to hearing to protest 1969 taxes. At one time Edwards! had who! live within 200 feet of the
"Secondly, it fails to give us Hall emphasized that postal the Dixie: Ramblers Marilyn A the Circle K Wranglers, and the school board and $12,197 Then on June 13 the county considered a sewer project to site to enable the zoning: to b9
unilatral access to binding ar- employees "do recognize the Nell Jordan & The Snwannee Valley Boys. went to the county. sued the school board asking the area, but apparently: has changed t ta: accomcdate mobile!
bitration., need for postal reform," and The Plainsmen are regulars at the Orange State Jamboree On Tuesday morning Kelly that it pay it s proportionateshare given up the idea: since the City home
"Third. It fails to establish are supporting the Postal Re- In Micanopy on the first and third Saturdays each month.GI's distributed the 1966 taxes. The of the unrecoverable legal Council has taken no action, the -Moved to condemn two: open
true wage comparability; with form Act ( H. R. 4)) proposedby schools received $14,167 and fees. The complaint states clerk said. toilets in Reno. Councilman: P
private industry prior to the Rep. T. J. Dulski (D., N. Y.). the county $11,027. that these unrecoverable fees Supt. Dav.'s! raid the waterline T. Nolln Is to ask County Sanitarian
transfer to employees into the Chairman of the (House Post Kelly said Tuesday afternoonthat come to $16,000.Following !Is in the: plans to provide Jack Trawlck! to accompany ::
corporation Office and Civil Service Com- Ex-Girl he was working on the dis- last week
structure. a hearing enough! water pressure to fight: him to inspect the area
The Starke local spokesmancited mittee." Collect tribution of the 1967 taxes "rightnow Judge Murphree ordered the fire in Sauthgate: area on Colloy: then take appropriate action,
an additional reason wny lie said even this bill needsto May t ," and that there remained $18,300 be temporarily enjoined Road. Resldonts there present. Issued a call for a Seitsmber:

the union,which represents 300, be amended however, to establish His InsuranceEver 3i. $29,084 to be distributed.This as requested by the countyIn ly have all the water they reed 9 city election through! a proclamation
000 postal clerks. Is mobilizing statutory labor man- final figure includes the an amendment to the com- he said but a dead end line : by Mayor Carl Hurst
opposition to the bill in its agement procedures and true hear the story of a veteran's $18,300 which the Circuit Court plaint.He does not provide as much! watel'pressure -Appointed Blake Jacksonto ::
present form. collective bargaining for postal ordered temporarily withheld withheld judgement on a
ex-girl friend who came as a loop.: a three year term at the!
"It would workers in place of the very from distribution until the court motion to dismiss the complaintand
definitely make em- into a bundle? $10,000 to be A loop will also provide water general member of the board:
ployees public limited, management weighted reached a decision concerningthe that decision is still pend-
scapegoats exact. down SR-100 for future use of directors! of the city retirement -
bargaining presently in effect merits of the county's suit
Hall ing.
declared by tying postal M. T. Dixon of the Florida Davis said. system.ALONE .
through a Presidential Ex. against the school board ask-
rates to future sal-
every Department of Veteran's Affairs action Tuesday night
In other
board _
ary increase." ecutive Order. ing that the school pay
wonders if some local its proportionate share of legal -
"In
other words he added ,veterans are apt to have that
-- ----- i47'L fees incurred in the long
"postal employees would be the rt happen to them?
only large of Federal battle.
group How?
Well veteran
SENIOR a may The legal battle began in 19-
workers whose and |
wages fringe tt | have named his girl friend ben-
65 when Container and four
benefits would depend on the eficiary of his $10.000 G. I.
Corporation's ability to pay t CITIZENS I IA II Insurance policy while he was other companies with timber
interests filed .suits contesting
either at the level of current In the service. After leavingthe
rates (doubtful) or by forcing I L- : i Bradford's $79 per acre average
service the veteran mar- L assessment on tunoer-

for the mall public service.to pay increased" fees great many of our club ried file someone a change else of beneficiarywith but forgotto berland lands. They should contended be valued that on tim-a LUXURY QUILT TOP

members are visiting friends the Veterans Administration capitalization of net income
and relatives In cooler c11m"rtes, on his National Service
method which would have placed
Albert
It will be a big surprise to: them Life Insurance. The law says A. Hazen assessments around' $45 per INNERSPRING SET J
i to return home and find a nice, the VA must pay the beneficiaryof Awarded Juris acre.
cool clean, alr-cond.tioned: Recreation the record. Original decision in the case
Center at our next Therefore, the ex-girlfriend Doctor DegreeAlbert was made by Circuit Court
., meeting, stands in line for a bundle. The Judge John A. H. Murphreewho
There Is much work to: be veteran's wife and children get decided In favor of Brad-
done in the coming monthscontacting nothing. A. Hazen, of Madison ford County.
our U. S, Senators "How about you,"Dixon asks, Heights Mich., has receivedhis When Judge Murphree denieda LIMITED Iff
and Congressmen regarding: in- "Will an 'old name' get the Juris Doctor degree and was motion for a new trial in
in Social Security bono-: "G. I. insurance instead of the admitted to the Michigan bar Circuit Court in August of 19-
creases ;wife and children?" on Junel! 17. He recently resigned 67 four
fits, plus reconstruction of Medicare companies decided to
Ask and Medicaid. While the Dixon urges all veterans with ; his position with Craw- quit fighting and pay up. In TIME !
government to be sure the insurance ford & Co. and has joined a Rayonfer
and inflation December of 67 ,
high cost of living \
law firm in
Charley goes to the one they Detroit.
Owen-
continues this work will never llnois, Gilman Paper
i j want it to.generation. A native of Bradford County, and Nelson Blocker paid taxes
be ended .
E. President Nixon!, projectinga Dr. Hazen was born at Hampton totaling $60,831.Container Medium Firm
and
from
graduated Brad-
broadened health care program I and coming generations continued the bat- $
ford County High School in 19- tle through' the Court of S AVE Z O
JohnsAbout on the question of holding; i -we, as an organization, Appeals -
down soaring hospital costs, yet |shall work with other organizations Force 51. He in joined 1951 and the completedfour U. S. Air ] and the State Supreme y .l' Lovely Blue and Gold

I which share our gals and > Puff-Quilted cover.
providing effective and dignifiedcare years of service. includirur ,
This
Question
: to all Americans, said, "We face a massive crisis in :resolved to right the wrongs' After receiving an honorable
"Our business!! fire insurance crippling Inflation: and high 'being done to the elderly." discharge he entered the Uni- 95
covered the $4,000) medical costs and If drastic! 1 Closer to home, the long spellof versity of Florida and receiveda BirthdayMedicare
measures are not: t taken soon hot weather has driven people
Joss of our burned merchandise BS degree in Business Ad-
there could be a breakdown of to find relief in the purchaseof
ministration in 1960. celebrated its third
but not the
air conditioners but how does
medical services in the next few SET
birthday on July 1 1. William
stereo and TV sets belonging

this affect our senior citizens
years Dr. Hazen began his legal Fisher social security repre-
Mattress and Box
customers that We sincerely hope that the mostly widows, living on a pitiful education at Cleveland Mar- senative of the Gainesville District Spring
were in our shop for re- President and the Congress will Income of $65 to: $75 per shall Law School In 1962 being Office notes that duringthe Twin or Full Size

pairs. What kind of insur- get on the ball and produce month? They need these appliances employed six days a week first three years of its
ance would have coveredour some sorely needed result. In but the cost of purchase. and attending school at night.In existence, social security paid '
liability for customers I accordance with this letters Installation! and gas or electri- 1963 he was transferred by hospital or doctors' bills of I
will be written to Senators' and cal service Is far beyond their his employer to Denver, Colo., more than $690 million for
items left with us?. Congressmen demanding action mean where he attended the University people enrolled] in Medicare in SAVE $40 on KING SIZE 159.95 QUEEN SIZE 119.95

in'tead of words, The National Our next meeting will be of Denver Law School un- Florida.
Charley E. Council of Senior Citizens at July 22 at the Pratt St. Recre- til being transferred to Champ- About 5 per cent of this a-
our last Convention:: sacking a ation Center at 1 p.m. We havea aign, Ill. In August 1966, he was mount went towards paying for Puff Quilted to foam for luxurious surface
JOHNS AGENCY coalition of all humanitarian! long way to go but we are onthe transferred to Detroit, Mich. extended care services, a little softness.
organizations, declared, "In our road. Come join us. It will I where he entered the Detroit know part of Medicare Fisher -
131 So. Walnut St. efforts to achieve standard we make it that much easier for College]] of Law.comDletirur his said. Extended Care is the Climatized never molds or mildews, non-
feel should be Justly ours- all. legal education in January 1969) provision for payment for a allergenic.
Phone 964-5070 standards that will benefit our -Joe Kerrigan with a Juris Doctor degree stay in a post hospital extended
graduating In the upper third care facility. This part
of his class. Dr. Hazen wrote i of Medicare is under the hos- FirmBeautiful
the three day Michigan Bar pital Insurance and pays for up SAVE 30
examination last March, beingone to 100 days treatment in a skil- h Blue and
GM of the 128 who passed out led nursing home or convales- ha h Gold Puff-Quilted cover.
of a list of 250 applicants. cent center. 4 .(1tai"
lie plans to write to the Flo- This does not mean that nur-
MANN Of(ICfLLILOOK. ... rida Bars next year. sing home services are auto-
Dr. Hazen's campus and community matically covered he added. 95
activities include mem- Five requirements must be met
bership in Phi Kappa Tau social before the services are cover-
fraternity; Traffic Court I ed. These requirements are:
Justice, Student Government;, I. A doctor must determine SET

Secretary, Insurance Society,, that the patient needs extended Mattress and Box Spring
University of Florida; and Del- care and orders such care.
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4. He is admitted for further
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//N HEr?BERr. ( ; / C. Ke;>'e! The Okla- which treatment he was of treated a condition in the hos-for Extra firm seating edge.Extra.
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2 Local 9 FFA 'Gone With The Wind' To Play r .. 4 4 I ', der song service.

Let's GoGardening News About Miss Ebenezer Baptist IN MEMORYIn BROWN FAMILY

Youths Attend For 4 At Florida Theatre Church will be crowned August memory of our darling PLANS REUNIONThe
Days 3 with Joan Pittman and Daisy brother and uncle, Mr. Sylvester Brown Family Reunion

Colored Citizens Bell Coleman as contestants. Jack( ) McFashlon who (descendants of Jasper and Lue

Forestry Camp "Gone With the Wind." Imperishable unforgettable tale of a freckle- slipped away from our midst Cindy Brown), previously scheduled

love story set a- faced boy a yellow hound dog II .. one year ago July 16, 1968. for the laatSunday inJuly,

Two Bradford County voca gainst the drama of the Civil a high stepping and SCHOOL NEWS Bethlehem Free Will Baptist No words can tell just how much has been postponed because of
horse a
07 Harvey Sharpe. Editor tional agriculture students ere War and acclaimed one of the ring tailed rapscallion. Students in the Head Start Church Rev. Jasper Williams we love and miss you. -- Alice illness.
Florida Agricultural Xxtenalon : great motion pictures of all pastor. Monday night Choir No. McDougald & Family.
attending the 35th annual Florida "Hang Your Hat on the Wind" program will take a trio Saturday I
Servto Forest Service Forestry time is set for another engagement stars a boy on a burro is the July 19, to Crescent rehearsal. Tuesday night.
Choir
No. 3 and
Ushers Board
Training Camp here at O'Leno at the Florida Theatre heartwarming story of a Beach. Parents and all interested REVIVAL SERVICESAT
1 No. 2 moths
will damage
meet. Wednesday Hungry
for four days next Wednesday-
State Park near High Springs. thoroughbred race horse which persons who would like PINE HILL
Try the trusty if
zinnia you Saturday July 23 26. night Prayer Meeting. Thursday claims top $300 million an
Selected as camperdelegates, breaks loose and runs wild until to give volunteer work are ask- Revival services will start
have about the-
run gamut of It Is Met- night. Story Hour. Friday
presented by feast
the alphabet flowerwlse. to represent their local Future now in tamed by the boy. ed to cooperate with the staff night Prayer Band Sunday July 20 at Pine Hill nually as they on wear
ro Goldwyn Mayer new meeting.
Farmers of America Chapters. Elvis Presley's "The Trouble for the protection of the chil Congregational 1 Methodist ing apparel, especially woolens
These giant flowers Saturday night the Senior Choir
long-lasting wide color
screen and stereo-
dren. Notices will 1 be sent to and furs. Much of this could
and Church
Brownlee
Rosier and
Gerald on Road
are With
they Girls"
will be the attraction will sell
are sure to add brilliant color phonic sound. Released for dinners from the kit
of Bradford parents and guardians about will continue each night at 7:30 be avoided if homeowner'sinstalled
Gene Combs both Sunday :
Tuesday July chen.
to Sunday 9:30.
your garden during the the sixth time since its pre- School :
hot days ahead. FFA Chapter. mier in Atlanta, Georgia in 20-22. at the Florida. Co the activity. Summer School Morning Worship at 11. Even- through Sunday, July 27. Rev.B. ton>rue-and grooved
starring with[ Elvis are Marilyn will close in Bradford Countyon Service L. Humphrey will be In cedar lining in their closets.JrRWxVra .
If you are hunting for the odd A total of 250 FFA boys will 1939 "Gone With the Wind"has Mason Friday July 18. ing at 6. charge. The public is invited.
Sheree North and vet-
and the unusual plant the varieties attend the forestry camp which been reprinted from its .
eran cha -"<
that present contrasting Is the oldest and largest of its original small screen 35mm .tAr actor Edward Annual Women's Dayprogram.will .

colors such as Peppermint Stick kind in the nation. Conducted by Technicolor on the new wlde- Andrews. Vincent Price and CHURCH NEWS be held all day Sunday ; :::::;:::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i.'r:::; ::::::::::::::::r::::i:::::::::::::::::::::::::7:.::'riSvwv:::::: ::: ::::::::::S::,v::::::::}:;:\::::::: ;:

and Ortho Polka. Dark Jewel the Florida Forest Service and screen ratio more familiar to Joyce Van Patten have guest- Ebenezer Baptist Church July 27. Public invited. 8 O'i 8

will produce a flower with sponsored by forest industries. modern motion picture[ audien- star roles. Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. The Mt. Pisgah AME Church Rev. ft K*


twisted Dahlia and Flowered spiky petals.California the sessions camp with is In attendance two one-week equally Leigh ces.Starring Leslie Clark Howard Gable and Vivien Oliviade against This fast a background paced movie of is set a held Ushers Friday Board night.Anniversary Mr. Ronald School George 10 Young a.m.pastor.Morning Sunday Wor- 11!{! DeWitt# C. Jones Funeral Home!<

Giant, and Super Giant are eye divided each week.E. traveling is grateful for the cooperation ship at 11. Evening Service
winner of ten chautauqua
Havillaria
company 6:30. Visitors
catching varieties with : welcome.
mam- forest education Awards and to in the Hearing '20' These given this activity.
R, Howard Academy seen s.
moth size blossoms. Greater Allen Chapel AME Ir
were Bible Study is held each Tues I STARKE
director for the Florida date by a combined international traveling tent shows which
Zinnias are .easy to grow the day night and Prayer Meeting Church Rev. IA.. Sampson
Forest Service and camp direc- audience of 295 million were the major font of education I:
main essentials being hot tor. explained that the youths pesons "Gone With the Wind"is and entertainment dur- Thursday night. Sunday School pastor. Sunday School 10 a. ::: PHONE 9646200KEYSTONE
weather and sunshine. ing the firt 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship m. Morning Worshipat 11. Choir
-
would have an opportunity now an acknowledged classic quarter of the century. i
So select a sunny spot for attending of motion picture making. 10:45. At 3 p.m. the pastor Union 3 p.m. at Allen Chapel.
week to gain
their
the flower bed. Next loosen the during knowledge of practical Two Walt Disney productionswill At the 301 Drive In movie and congregation will render Evening Service at 6. 1:: HEIGHTS 1{

soil with a '''spade! to a depth of a working basic theories screen this Thursday fans can see a pair of horror service at New Bethel Baptist The pastor asks all Senior << .

12 inches or more. During the. forestry and Saturday July 17 19, at the films this Thurday Saturday, Church where the Missionary Choir members to meet with 1:1: PHONE 473-3176

process be sure to remove invading of forest conservation. Florida both in color. "Ras- July 17-19 in "Blood of Drac- BYPU and Sunday School Con him after the morning ser- ''

tree roots from the bed cal," starring Steve ForestandBill ula's Castle" and "Night- vention is in progress July 16- vice. Business of vital importance ;:

site. These! Intruders will give the"Each basis camper of aptitude Is selected leadership.on Mumy in Sterling North's mare in Wax." 20. The Senior Choir will ren- ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::W:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::;:::::::::::;:.:.:.:::::.:.:.:::::::::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.'>
you grief later by robbing the

flowers of plant food and water and his interest In forestry" eUAM rill NI4N' rf NtlfNrEUf
said Howard.
plus stunting growth.

After clearing away the bed-

site debris sprinkle the area Qualified instructors at the

with a generous amount of commercial forestry camp give specially ad i

fertilizer. Mix the plant apted courses In forest manage //f eA e

food into the soil and rake the Including forestry tools and ,. o Ir o

bed smooth before seeding their use, forest genetics, forest w YttoYn, ,ro,,,

Plant seed no more than one ecology gum farming forest Sa n Ole, Iowa + uttu
d., toss ouaurrt'
eighth inch deep and don't firm fire prevention and control re ,
0 OUR BUYERS HAVE CORNERED THE MARKET BRINGING YOU 'er/ : '
the soil too much. In fact you forestation tropical forestry. z} cno

can pack the earth with a light forest insects and diseases and e THE BEST BUYS AND THE BIGGEST BARGAINS TOWN! '

spray from the garden hose. wildlife management. DISCOUxr SIJN jL

In warm soil zinnia seed ger- a 1 COMPARE PRICES! COMPARE VALUES! COMPARE QUALITY
A fast-moving schedule!! of a
minate within a few days and class and field instruction climaxes WHEN IT COMES TO SAVINGS, WE'RE FIRST!
produce an easily identifiable
with a final written ex
seedling that most likely out amination for each youth at MEN'S PERMANENT t r MEN'S : r LADIES' G.E. ELECTRIC C> 2 FLASHLIGHTS PLUS EAGLE

fastest grows the flower weeds growth However be ,sure for tending.! The plan for each day PRESS( WALK i SHORTY TUNIC TOPBLOUSES ALARM CLOCKS d BATTERIES 10" FANS
;
to pull out the weeds promptlyas however Includes recreational F,BAl SNEAKERS 1 SHORTS PAJAMAS pno- M (i'/r' auldj o"eteMa
periods given to watersoorts t \ f? tld?
t !
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they are a hog for water and 1. ; t Mla.e woe N,. l... a f bl wd y Nte Ltnd "raw NtNhAr
Softball table
tennis shuffle- /
1 NoIA Gell e slant I 1'amiu I.
Anntfn/IY{ 1 / idl? IIANbIt
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plant food. \ eNYNtmIt Lnxhw t
board. horseshoes volleyball NhM Ir wd ,did, nrm-- tanlaubl, U,bill 9'/ ;: /nlitu, I ,. itdle
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la fV tY DnY' tlh hm
When the !seedlings! send forth faeY U4 y
and evening movies. 1'"' Ar'' t aNS n ll ..any ,had .erD P"j1j l P'e nn' A. :w I// rout/Yale
su.f N L M
their first true leaves thin themto 'son iluN 7 P' aiiu
Concluding the week, four \\ J ,, rou ) 4t S /
stand 8 10 !
to inches apart
for the small flowered! varietiesand outstanding candidates are / \ % 1/ YOU/AYE SS/ [\ dl !{] YOU SAYE III OO YDU SAVE f11 / ,,, t
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named
by balloting the
among
a full 18 inches for the
boys themselves and at a banquet
giants. Delayed thinning will
FOAM PILLOWS
before "breaking '
result in stunted growth and camp. MEN S Permanent Press

few flowers. Outstanding Camper Awardsare BRIEFS OR =-> -- .- --- --" -r-a j 'AYrMLrEitMEN'S

To overcome the horrors of presented. PERMANENT LADIES' Q.T.E' 't SPRAY M ,'hl't '
MEN'S S FASHION SOILAX FEElPNG -
1 SNIRTS fl I ateall+t
wasting the plants that are thin Forestry Training Camp Is t OP VAUGHN L dIA, ,
1 PRESS WHITE COLLAR ,1 : ( JACKETS FLO.EnsEEO CANS t I ,., ,
ned try planting the seeds staffed by personnel of the ,, ,, WITH EACH I IYA 1nNUUy l t wTgamr"tM
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SHIRTS \ IpAlrf
about twice too thick only on Florida Forest Service Florida Aw LnMrl1 raLE, 'P POLOS filly +" SOI BON LAX'OF Y'r!' i a. ,-N41m t ', rou tare pdreu

half of the seed bed and trans Game and Fresh Water Fish s/vf o, ( mn um /' C.lton olrotlorNrlon.nd S flax ?Soil*,*r a.e thtMinduin ./
plant the thinned plants to fill Commission the University of lutY t nMlt SAYI .pophfl Ylw wd d V LfIC /,
d nn Foil t.pp. _,
Prnub IYlad own
d' 1nNwM
the entire bed. This is good Florida and from commercial ,N? I ,final, 41'I Am..d N1L' /ELI Clmd ?r ? Etda

garden psychology Often the forest Industry Vocational agri- I Ile i sa? ) !onl q, 1 ft1 n:x, ,"Ian 'W' *sr

transplants thrive better and culture teachers ,serve as camp b 1 ''"'L s 1 ff-'} vate toot. 'cdall
J rou s/vt of Mile GRlGORr
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n o: freer ax
produce flowers quicker than counselors. IADIES GOLD
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If you can't bring yourselfto REPORT t
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thinning then It is likely the "
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plants will grow spindly-tall and OK KLOHIUA AT Tilt! CLOHBiOK i fw E rt to 40L1ai.es
fall over when decked out witha Uiai.tUHd! /! ON! JI.-M3; ;W. '.,,. ; MEN'S CREW BOYS' ARGYLE "' ,
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giant-size blossom. If you find Asuta ft SOCKS SOCKS

yourself in this predicamentthen Cash balance due 311.334.08U. i'.i v--' 4 PLAYER
from bank. UIHIOH JUPITER
give the plants somethingto a., Treasury Bore' 'DD'_ NI..... PEAT i iIADIES'

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plants will help the I '
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plants to stand and discount furniture 1.986.315.46 '-' '' 4 Redleta w/ Paur l ;,;,,, GARDEN TOOLSDun'
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the .soil wetting it well below Tin of,. Individual and eavlnsa, partnership deposit 'f{: : GIRLS'1-PC. y' BOYS Yn F.d 6-01. BAKING PLASTIC

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!sulfur dust or a neutral copper Deposit of State and ps.ubdivl. t/frM>f, I RACING' i !":'::" DrYn,.
IItical .- f hhl 1 L76 WOLFS uw
spray. Ion. 938.029) .1" t 1005 ? GARDEN HOSE 1\ HEAD OR v= 7 :;:: I mtYlaeasel

For more blossoms!' pinch out Deposit of om-- (+ / ,a-n bl /, O.oft ta.fntu .
nf d.u 58"x50ft.Disc. ,. 10w30 OIL .; ;
the bud of each zinnia plant Just! martial. banks 10000.00 It tt'M w'in' tpVr.! 4 ptoolJv Dot.c. .".

before you think the plant is Certified>Utt. and etC. offlewa"Yir i>1,.28."** < MEN'S PENNY Price $8.88 +fS ,e PU"P. PENN \ "y oft V IJ YOU ,"VI U,
about to set DETOSITS' 3,940,357.23! TOUfAVf/et / ). w
a single bud. This TOTAl. i/ You Save $2.22 \.0 .'
may delay flowering! few (A) Totiil demand k ,,
a days ..
1,88D,105,11savinse : '
LOAFERS .
deposits .. YDU SAYI !J" WlJ g
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but !it will cause the plant to (B) Total time and r E 4 SALE ..pro. 1.-22"

send up two or mare! flowers liabilities dr'nnElts 2.079Ar,2.U 11)7,112 a3TOTAT. kJ96 Tricot lined .+ $ \\-.00\\ UI
Other g.66
and add a massive bank of Ruh cmdorin .6Itf"

blossoms rather than a single 4.047.490.12 BOYS' WASH & II GIRLS' PERMANENT eelw.Bue4raur fi '" POLE SHOE BOXES

color head. LIABILITIES -. WEAR SHIRTS PRESS ufledhl8hgaaiuf LAMPS S I 'IN HOT COlOltlKoto '
rind Chit Io04s RUG RUNNERS VINYL LAUNDRY mf
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Finally for the fanciest cut nrstrrr-s On T.onnn .
SHORTS !/ '
+ bk. bathe' .. ; .:;
A .l aeeorifleeReserve BAGS I. .tnl nt
flowers you have ever seen try "' 2' a 00 .... ." '
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for find debt ;; 9iie/ is 12 1
covering some of your plants I IOMHPB nn IrA Tin (MPt Ica' / fears 'f ... :.d.ail /'t:! ..'
with cheesecloth before up purHuant to Int..r.RBI .H., !] 1 Ndr 7g. --...
the first Service r tun .. :;:;j,Lau.
Revenue A aYU. u r. 42t t i\ m.td' { ..
YOU SAYE ; -
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flowers are ready:! to open. The ruling) 41.130.34 Un 'la \ ,I.In." ',. } NOI PinY, .
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filtered light and Total HffSPrve On LoanRanti f 1? > G.
protection SM-iirltlPn 44.130.Si {,. n ,r I 1 :"nrou I iili.L:
from ) fOU"vi OC YOU "VII.'
insects make flowers of (:splint alesaataEquity .Yy SAYE Ifs rou SAVE H I n I y
v"i\
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super giant size clear color, pHidtMl. total '
and Seam of Items 38 to : .:-.r .
superb quality 40 below, ) 294,660.59 .u(

Common value Stock toldpnr 100,000.00 1-99 _.AJ

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No. Bhare au.thorUed s
<
2000
STARKEBUSI"ESS No. 8har*. ELECTRIC CHARCOAL ELECTRIC TRAVEL IRONS _
Outstanding2000

Undivided!Surplm' profits lOO.rtflft 04.660.59 no r I LIGHTERS WITH 'OlD7f ? ; ,

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TOTAL CAPITAL FF tl I 'I II'I I II I
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ACCOUNTS 204.BfiO.C9! sat, L I .
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DIRECTORYAUTO j' li'
TOTAT 1,1A1si1.TT1ERRNERYfR. :* I y- .Nn?. "INI ..,. ,,-/1. _..), f evin
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SERVICE '
':'Averair of total
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deposits tor the IS mJ un .
calendar days. enrtInir 1 3,96 1.99. ?iP0l1Ltf.
Gilbert S. Brown with rAil dnto 3.970,07.50 ) J tlrut

Average of total RNEEt "'t / '
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Standard OH !Service Station loan. tor the 15calendar NE INOI PRESTONE BRAKE Ail E 1 f011 :'
davs. end- ""
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ATLAS Inir with rail dnt. 1.9ES.4M.41 / FLUID ,.. PRODUCTS
TIRES BATTERIES I, Margaret 1. Miller Assistant ... f" '
Ballad Term Road Senrlc Vlri President and Cishler ,.._. \
of the bovu mfl<'1 hank do ., ,
PHONE C44-7071 -
solemnly affirm that this report .. .., '..,
407 N. Temple Stark ,, l rtos
and
nt condition Is true ... '- fr r
correct to the nest of mr treat .. '"
knowledge and belief.CnrrertAtteit rDDfArt.It. y ,,; ..1 9 96

HURST'SSHELL Miller, Margaret I. 0o gRAEEF1U10 t

n. n. Kpp E -Y: :s '
Thoron A. Yawn .T,.. .,,e atria, / /
Chnrlry B. Johns. syr Inn ooI
Service Station Director
Male of Florida.County -I -} -
a as Oils Lubrication of Drailford. ae: CABLES
APRONS I HEAD RESTS
Sworn to And suliscrlheil h... PLASTIC UNDER BED
Monarch Tim BaUertei

I torn mo nn thiN 14th day of July : raY..d Y .COLGATE...._......" _TOOTH.._..._BRUSH.._.!i_MEDIUM.....!...._OR... _HARD I ._JiTiisj!.ti..'.c_.. 114.-.. _2/33C......_ .. nn .:; rwnnFII Y.. t.n.
SERVICE 1 I !! RESTS ,
ROAD 1111. nnil I hcrhv riTlltythat l.nrf ..
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I am not an officer or dlrertor '

101 and 100 Stark ( ,)of this Dorothy bnnk.SFAI n.fllmrrxm!' $:"w':: :" 10H.I.9.tr! ..MEDICATED_. '_.POWDER.'_ ..._s;s_outdccs. .___.._.__Imr.ItF.. .'. .rat_... ...... ....53C...._ "YOU 5 AV I'' ': ",- i:urn:."""

EZERA8E TYPEWRITER Notary "..hlle. Slat of Flori YOU ,"vln. fOUOvE'" C.

PAPER. Mhneo Paper Bond da at large.Mr OPE,1ABlETS! 6'a .. ............. .. EKI_..- .mu...$l>C
I "onunlulo-n l expires July ,............. ... .' .u. .HZJd rDDS/re tm
Paper; Notebook Fillers.Bradford r 2. 1972. lEI }' }"[ JAr t1D;' ; iiu iiuu. : : is ''
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LARGEST SAVES YOU MONEY
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GIVE YOUR JACKSONBUILDING JOIN STARKE'S NAME WHO'f

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HOME THATTermite :51' for pf Register these big: merchants jack at any pot}. MYSTERY t tAnd

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FreeFeeling YOU TRY ;July 25. Be A
( Old' Big.Dod Building)
FLORDA INC. Weekly Cdn
OF STARKE,

s.s.NOEGEL'S PHONE 964-6078 Clip the silhouettes and take to the merchants you. ''t''
n first one to present a proper silhouette will receive 'm I
SAYINGS ON present a matching silhouette you. will receive a $3JO')
SPECIAL TRAILER LOADS ceive a $2.00 gift certificate. Register while you jji.
Prize of $150.00 in merchandise at the end of the |t NO. 3 PINE1X6,1X8 eligible in their own stores but may play the game pi I

Termite Proof Your AUTO SALES AND FINANCE CO. 1 1 $ 00,
Home NOVELTY SIDING' GRAND P
135
During Construction 1X4 T & G 1. Anyone age 18 or older Lila)
FLOORING in gift certificates.
FREE IF YOU DON'TTRADE 2X6 FRAMING 2. Each ticipatlng person stores.may register|
3. Register any day from 01
ESTIMATE ....... 4. Put name and address oif'
> :.:..... .... WITH US 1 1X4IX10 1 PER M8F
PHONE '.f SQUARE EDGE ',-_ Weekly Winner Plu

1" WE BOTH LOSE Low Prices On All. Other New Pine And "Free gift certificates from edc
964-5745 with Big Grand Prize of $150
\\jI r &d: t 7jk9t: Cedar lumber And Plywood12"X contest.merchant No listed purchase on these necessiu pages!

MONEY istratlon blank. Enter now qn
and Chemical C' "'panyJ 4'X"'Shts. Plyw'ood; $3.99

Special Until July 17, 1969 Sheet. Contest Starts


I THIS SUMMER JOIN THE BIG

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Ost MP'S DES',
No FR ----- -0, 0 v.r sTu
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$ -=r' f fasst -- Powerful Multi-Room Cooling
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SAVING HERE BY MAIL, is
SAVE OVER $26 NOW! LADIES' WORMVS LAUI EST
so handy you're encouraged SELLING AIR
Wizard Citation A 4% A 8 S. MEN'S to save more by save CONDITIONERFEDDERS;
"Metropolitan 14" //YL CHILDREN'SONE ing more often!

Coppertono. Only$5 Morel **** J

.. 13.3 cu.ft.(AHAM rated)with s.parat.123-lb.fr..z.rl Reserve Cooling Power Dehumidifies While
J.t Stream cooled-frott NEVER forms In.lth.r cttonl
i SAVINGS
."lc.Deck"mok..24 big eub.i-.tor..48 In fr..i.r doorl AND LOANASSOCIATION Cooling Automatic Thermostat
.Whit porcelain Int.rlor won't rust or stain)3WC1810,3810 TERMS TO SUIT :
TABLE OFPIECE .. .
WESTERN AUTO o&1 &S wike19e4)
.. WINKLER ELECTRIC INC.
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GOOD -- 1-3 OFF )M-XXXi tOf WIST "OIIOf'llnft' ,
1TAMI.PIOJIIDA 77091t
.112: : W. CALL ST. Phone 964-6841 234 N. Temph Ave. Phone 96 ..7.396lleu'


Pine urst Grocery For Your Big % \

t Weekend TripDISCOUNT \' 4. Iu.uu. you cast Iuw.

Highway 100 South Compare These Prices!! '' 11c
t S600 IN CASH
hQ NEW DUAL JET 200 :
THE ONE-STOP STOI /O

[Open 7 Days A Week 7 To ll| PREMIUM Full 4-PIy Whitewall NYLON CORD Tire. 20 ON ALLCamping t A/atv...

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6.50x13- 16.72 5.60x1516.88 ItemsICE :

In Gallon Jugs 7.00x13J7.B27.35x1418.55 7.35x1518.58.7.75x15: .
1 ; 19.36 repay$34.2 monthly r for 24 months Boy r
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t Plus FET $1.79 to $2.83 .. ... .. ,.
# th youneitttt for &-g rti car b..bn ..-. .
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good loaning' .dv-linen. a n..d.d Hip" *r vtNOttan _. _._
Plus DepositCIGARETTES -0 .'.Woo "
FREE r toffWhmfl.1.! W H 1M happy t*lake car a!)yaw +- --
MOUNTING _. . .
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CHESTS
ALL TYPES AND SIZES and.-Mar.our bu.m..I V..II >I.* *** *"* ..,;
.. _.... ". .. ,
COLEMAN ppN .h.or hrc t rw*you oar ft fail
> STOVES LANTERNS -"...i and I .,... Drop.tf o*pSon..."....far \ .I _.
COTS : -f)
PLASTIC AIR MATTRESSES tho monoy yaw n d I. '
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AND MANY OTHER ITEMS ..._-..-- .....- :::. '
16 Drinks '
Reg. & Filter oz. *> One-Half Price on Discontinued Paints -
Astrostar Tires Lead In ",'5 III.;"
$ 6 Pack Quality LOTS OF POPULAR COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM Loan $1.I*a.daD ..-- .--.-, '
.ULor 20% Off On All Paints -- Cub OnlySTARKE -

100'.- $3.95
45c Pack IBTIRES[ Inc.1

Plus Tax Plus Dep. & Tax BUILDERS''SUPPLIES, INC. TOWN FINANCE COMPANY

117 E. BROWNLBE (HIWAV 16 EAST) ACE HARDWARE 226 N. TEMPLE AYE. STARKE. Fiji
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COLOKFUL( RCA


383 4 [BARREL BIG COLOR TV VALUE GEM Colonel Sanders' IJ I

4 SPEED ON FLOOR 109 E. CALL ST. :

- ---, _" .w ...... r
: P. H. D. SHOCKS I ONLY WOODBURN'S
,
H. D. REAR SPRINGS oo m DO YOU GET 1

O H. D. BRAKES Color TV \ i Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaningz


,: :. Wide-Track Red Line Tires .$399j95 SNACK PACK

CX POPULAR COLOR 1/ 48 PIECE
: WITH TRADE CARATDiamond 1847 ROGERS 2-PC. CHICKEN

'-$3,265 Heart SILVER SET ROLL 4

PENDANT New Pattern Garland]
-* CHECK t MASHED 9 0
WITH US BEFORE THE Includes Hostess Set
END OF MODEL YEAR SAVINGS The SANFORD Reg. $250.00 POTATOESAND
Model Gl-610 Reg. $120.00
23"diag.,295 tq.in. picture
DON WILLIAMS 3131 KG GRAVYU.
NOW$195Now-$999j| |
"' ESTON JQR] ,AN TERMS TO SUIT 36 Months to pay

Chrysler Plymouth Winkler ELECTRICINC. S. 301 NORTH

Aumofuzco DEAUR ffb CHRYSLER PHONE 9645126CIIAIU.IE
Class Balfour
MOTORS Rings by
US 301 North k7 CORCORAT10M 964-frtOB BRASWELL; OWNERJULY
231 N. TEMPLE AVE. PHONE 964-7596


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i ''think they match along with his ad on this pape: The r., TALLYMASTER ELECTRIC
3JOO gift certificate and if you are third you will re- .. '
lIre\ n the store and you will be eligible for a Grand CARL HURST
:i! fO( est. Employees of participating stores are note The Fabulous
2 ther stores.: PHONE 964-6111 /
4 Inches

> PRIZE RULES '-.........."......-..',/ the Solve Tattymastcr.your figuring Mrk problems V. Fully with
102-"Ounces" XW aleclne( addition and subtraction
na) > t register for the Grand gazer pull-on long- with totals' UP to 999.99999.Cas.
leg panty Lycra power net. 24 HOUR hardened steal construction, andst"dlf
' |sny time at each of the par- "Fabulous Inches" of thlrh eycolac' Cue In distinctive
control. Crocheted Nyton Harvasl Gold color. Lightweight
o,"'nmg to closing time. i .... elastic cult 18" long S-M.I r Wrecker .and harxlln.pnlab'e-ha.Made' In U built-in.S."A, a carrying d qwrnleed \ >
oip I icgistratloii slip I L-XL. While. 2( one full yaar-pans and
labor--by. ... Victor., America's largest'
.
: -= "'.n"t. "rrer Dr Ouelnessmachmee.PHONE
Plus $130 Grand Prize % a Servicei
eiici/ : featured merchant each week f Reg. $5.95 Sale.$4.95BOOTERY ,
159 It. free merchandise at end ofksw / 9646305irili'
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s Just drop in and ask for reg- CO
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S Friday A.M. : 210 S. TEMPLE STARKE, FLA. : p1J



USED I ... b ALL, NEW Pl'ifJBa hedl
C! f1- F-R-M SUPER CREEP TWENTYThe
,
most efficient known
CAR t :
eCla 1965PI.Do.r ::J Shoes and Acceaaoriea method to creep feed calves -------- -" -,-
101 E. CALL STREET I"BMBBMH* BBMaMHaVMHHBHWHY
FORD LTD CREEP FEED CALVES? SAVE R5 YOU'VE nEYER SAVED BEFORE!


Sedan V-8. Automatic. Power 2JBP'"Extra calf weight, Extra profit over feed .I t
Steering and Brakes, Air Conditioning, costs!'!, Calves! are pre-conditioned, Weaning creep
fed calves! i is simpler, Extra cow condition, In
Radio and Heater, Good Solid Car.
creased calf crop the following year.

DURING OUR JJ 'F'-R-bi SUPER CREEP TWENTY is a com-
This Price Good OnlyFriday bmation of gt'ain, supplement, milk products vitamins

and Saturdayof $975 and trace minerals made into,:a'pellet from _. .. .-.":tz:......,.....
containing a minimum of 20'protein$ to hold the
This! Week / consumption rate down and to help; calves better ,, Id ..

______________.1 JO/Y .ClearanceSALE PRODUCES utilize pasture GROWTHY CALVES -, -' ''; ;(' 1s : \

OUR USED CARS WITHOUT EXCESS FAT 14' NEW RUNABOUT
TAKEIORE: USING:' -
TRAILER. 35 H.P., ELECTRIC STARTER,
from (the
BEFORE THEY'RE USED UP! Returns "extras"gained
JOHNSON REG. PRICE $1.025.
-
from feeding
NOW IN creep
f'R can result! in profits equal; to
one extra calf for every 10
PROGRESSSHOES FEEDS calves creep fed. $795 ..
I IUf ruwrii wiit rt
. / Farm Supply
.. FOR THE FAMILY GOING AT Starling

:. SOI NORTH PHONC: _04-7MOO f
STARKE, FLORIDA I UNBELIEVABLE PRICES 225 ANDREWS PHONE 9tii-606Tf SOUTHERN MARINE

"Sooner or Later Your Favorite Dealer" !I HENS WOMEN'S -CHILDREN'S ALSO ACCESSORIES 412 E. CALL ST. I'HONK( : 9646030.T .

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SMILE- .: .: I 1 does 6 ,. : ; i :! : : f rl':

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OF THE WEEK .- me iM.ttJ: STUDIO &. GIFT SHOP I .. t .
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MIND IT OVERi DOING- UPHOLSTERY
OION'T' our Sanitone Ladies & Men's CHARMSWALLETS VINYL
'ti IT/ Pierced Earrings
SEE
drycleanmg? MATERIAL
I
Y, Businessman's a = CoatumeJewelry
F '"
LUNCH Catalina knows you can't buy $1 00 up
Y better drycleaning than Sani $295 up == 1&0
tone. Because it keeps your *** /
= DAY
EVERY
,
clotheslookingjustlikethe jl ALL =: One Group PER YARD
m \, day you bought them So, Ladies & Men's Ladies & Men's:
keep your wardrobe from
getting out of shape before RONSONr WEDDINGLIGHTERS
1N'
it's out of style. -
MEET YOUR FRIENDS' BANDS 'L
it Rely on our Sanltone ?o
YOIJ'never have to do
over vice,from with us.dependable serEYERY EVENING' AT drycleanmg. $200 up |3| % OFF ;.SAVErREG.
TUCK'SBEEF 1c5
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NEW
JZDI: Close-out-Speclal Gp. I Only Two Seta

BARBECUE: PORK METHODCLEANERS I DELIVERY PICK-UP & CLOCKS e/>' FINE CHINA REG. $3.00 PER YARD VALUE

SPARE RIBSOur G. E., Baby Ben, r 63 Pieces MARY CARTER PAINT.v

Specialty CHICKENTUCK'S Big Ben Etc. Reg. 80.00
one Corner Hrownlee: and Walnut
DRIVE-H| 964-57O4 Sa 1.3 OFF NOW $49.95 cWtane\ you get
Crn f&d MerkrDrytkonni
'. ... U.S. 301 SOUT 1I Ladies & Men's Watch Bands- $1.00 up 2 Gallon for 1 Low Price

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Our editorial. r.I Hampton Lake Setting Changed Over The Years 1\ I



1 190th Mrs. D.E. HillThe ,
By
stable owned by Mr. Wynn ana of woods from C. J, Weeks boring areas. still 1 in the "weekend lake

setting around what .Is his cousin, James Vernon for a farm. Mr. Weeks had About this time, big plans place" category, most are full-
now known as Hampton Lake Jones had horses and surreysfor built a fine new barn about a were made by the Hampton time homes for families who
has changed In the last 100 rent. Most of his calls, year before, and this Mr. Wynn Beach Development Co., to builda like fishing the year 'round..
years from a remote wooded he says, were when travelling completed for their first home $35,000 brick and concrete as well as the summer sports'

swamp area, then a few farms, salesmen came Into Hamptonby "raising children where Mr. hotel, but the "bust" hit all of of swimming and watersWing.1Mobile
then booming commerlcal resort train, stayed at the hotel, Weeks had planned to raise Florida before this became a homes are popular at

In the 1920's -- a dying and were "taxied" around to stock." Mr. Wynn couldn't recall reality. The frame resort Hampton Lake, as well as in
down to a neighborhood swim- neighboring towns with their how much he paid for the structure mentioned above, the whole area surrounding
ming -holdwith nearby homes sample cases. The livery sta- 200 acres, but somewhat ear- continued in operation until it Hampton in town, and on many
and local fishing In the 1930's ble was located near the pres- lier had paid $400 for 60 acres burned at the end of the summer farms.

and 40's, and today, good fishIng ent W. H. Maxwell home, and bought from Perry Johns A season a few years later.
n swimming and boating with Mr. Wynn lived with the Arch small lot in this same area Mrs. T. F. Brown was born Hampton Lake, Lake Navarre

about 45 homes on the north and Durdens, about where the T.J. can't be bough: for twiace $400 farther south along the shoresof Santa Fe Pond -- the
west sides. Alderman home is today.In today! Hampton Lake, just before name situation is a confusing

L. A. (Leaston) Wynn, who reminiscing: Mr.Wynn told Mr. Wynn's father got the the turn of the century. Her one. Officially the name of the
of the time that he and friend
was born June 4, 1876, a few a first road put through from parents, Mr. and Mrs. David lake, as well as the name of
miles west where he presently rode horseback to a dance in Hampton Lake toward what is Jones, owned the farm where Hampton's main street, is Na-

lives at Hampton Lake, recalls Fairbanks. It was in spring now Hampton. This dirt road the Francis Mengs now live,and varre __ but the origin of the
AnniversaryThe that he was eight years and Santa Fe creek at Fort wandered more, along the edgeof the two-story house recently name is a puzzle. Accordingto
old when his father built the Harley was running high enough the lake,farm and woodlands. vacated by the Mengs when old timers, local residents
Bradford log home on their farm Oust where they forded it so that Probably more than half of the they built their new home, was have never called it that; it's
County recently torn down). When he they had to get on their kneesin lakeshore area -- now all on Mrs. Brown's homeplace. She been first Santa Fe Pond, or
of school his father the saddle to keep dry. In remembers the daily walk to
was age, ,the west and south -- is still Little Lake Santa Fe and lately
boarded the children out at his exuberance,young Mr.Wynn school in Hampton, and the Hampton Lake. The Santa
Telegraph the Bill Webb place(along where.. pulled out his pistol and shot |in woods and swamp, b.wned Misses Florence and Alice Fe" comes from the fact that
301 Is now) from Monday to Friday in the air, the other horse by Foster Shi Smith for cattle Jones, both mentioned as tea- the Santa Fe River runs into

,.and from there they walkedto Jumped and his friend landedin grazing. chers In Bradford County's the lake, and then out again
1819-1969 school in Hampton each day. the water! The woods on During the boom years of the1920's early school records, were sis- (near the Lawton Youngbloodfarm

The present road around the the other side had just been Hampton Beach, as a ters of Mrs. Brown. ) to designate the county;
lake wasn't there, and the trip burned. with some stumps resort, attracted people from a Farms and lots along SR 18 line as it flows on to ( Big)
from his home to the Webbs still aglow and they used one wide area. Cars were owned at Hampton Lake sold for taxes Santa Fe Lake, farther south..
of these to out his clothes bv more people, and distances during and after depressionyears
was made In a wagon along dry Since there were already two
shortened for visiting and
what is now the Brooker road, before riding on to the dancel! reation. A large frame building rec: recently were bought up Lake Santa Fes, big and lit-

(SR 227)) -- the "long way Courting days took Mr. by a developer, and lots on tle, this one was called "Santa
around" the swampy area. The Wynn toward the Brooker area, about where Will- both sides of the highway were Fe Pond," and the ear;
school he attended was an old and from his home west of iam F. Trlnks home is today, sold which had since grown up liest school in the 1870's was

-.,.-=- wooden building, east of where Hampton Lake, this horseback housed a hotel,bathhouse rest- into woods. Clearing, filling, called Santa Fe Pond School.
the Christian Church Is now located trip meant crossing the Sink- aurant and dance hall Bus- and building have taken place in The name Hampton Lake prob-

in the 'CIty of Hampton.Mr. hole Branch -- the creek run- iness was good enough so that the last 10 years, with 17 new ably started about the time
Wynn raised hogs, cat- ning into the sinkhole located one year (proably 1926)) a band homes built along the lake Hampton Beach became know

tle and goats as a farmer mostof west of Graham on what is now was hired for the entire summer shore, and a public boat ramp around the area, and that's what
his life, and also operateda Container Corporation timber- and Hamptoo-Beach was installed by the county' on the It's most commonly called to-
The First 90 YearsNinety livery stable.in Hampton about lands. Just beTore he marrIed the "in" place to go for people side nearest Hampton and highway -
day.
the turn of the century. The Mr. Wynn bought 200acres from Gainesville and neigh- 301. -While some homes are


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years ago, Thomas A. Edison which labors, often against impossible'odds FarmersOfficial Diarynear ) .,' ,-T It's a women's

had just perfected the incadescent light to publish daily or weekly and !/
weather figures re-
Orlando: where the owners
meet both deadline and payroll re
leased what we
recently
bulb.This prove
week, three American: astro- cleared off all lake front vegetation
quirements. have known very well, that .
and the fish populationjust
nauts embarked on what is hoped to be "Never sell the home-town newspaper this summer la hotter than last about disappeared, as a

the first landing of man on the surfaceof short. However inferior you may con- year's.' The report said the reason why It should not be

the moon. sider it, you'd be lost without it. No average is up by about eight done. By Martha Sue McCain
The Telegraph "was there" both degrees but when the thermo- Extension
other newspaper would be so willing to County
to boil in the -h
times. print what is vital to you and trivialto meter high 90's starts averages don't up meana Incldently, when talking of .. Home Economics AgentIn

In nine decades of continuous publi- everyone else. No other cares so thing In the world. In the such problems with Baker: .Jie .

cation we have spanned an era of incredible deeply about your town and its problems meantime, we are getting some said the reason why Lake Genev'a -
with weak
does not fluctuate muchas Cover
as to requests watermelon.
answer so many
the Americn welcome
on showers and they bring
progress By Sam McGarvey Brooklyn Lake Is becajss we are suggesting Crisp vinegar ( 1 part vinegar, 2
scene. "My home-town newspaper does, and relief.. Geneva Is fed by an underground Green Tomato Pickle and a parts water) and allow to stand

Who can imagine the astonishmentand the people who put it together care too. of the tobacco question may be resolved by stream coming from Santa Fe couple of other recipes you overnight. Discard the liquid

disbelief of Col. William W. Moore, They put up with the abuse of ignor- auction The opening markets has been set the establishment of a bulkhead L'ake. Or can it be that Brock- might want to try next morning. Make a syrupof

The Telegraph's founder, had he been ance and the scorn of sophistication, for Wednesday July 23, so grow- line but in the meantime' there lyn Lake has a "hole" in the 4 cups vinegar, 2 cups
told back in 1879 that 90 later will be a number of disputes bottom of It, whereas. Geneva TOMATO PICKLE water, sugar and spices tied
years with a press that won't run, and a ers will soon be loading' : up tomatoes loosely in cheesecloth. Heat
between the property owners does not? Seven pounds green ,
threeAmericans would be landing on boy who won't either. Some days trucks and carrying the crop to slacked to 180
paper land the state which has Juris- 2 gallons water, 2 cups syrup degrees.
the moon He would have thought it the nothing fits in the pages. Other days nearby markets. According to diction of the bottoms of state- Along with cthrs.e will be lime, 5 pounds sugar, 3 pints Cover and steep for one hour.

mouthings of a madman yet that is there isn't enough to fill them. reports the plantings that off were well owned lakes such, as Santa Fe watching breathlessly this coming vinegar, and 3 tablespoons pickling Add drained watermelon and
just what has happened.The the in Irrigated have grown and Geneva. spices. cook gently for about 1 to 11/2
"A flood destroys equipment and of course have not been weekend when man is scheduled -
Slice tomatoes one hours or until the syrup beginsto
is to have livedto green
Telegraph proud the basement. An advertiser cancelsthe affected by dry weather. to first set foot on the fourth inch in thickness, placein thicken. Add the white corn "
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see such undreamed of events take biggest ad just two hours before For instance Bill Baker the moon. During our lives 'we have porcelain lined or granite syrup and continue cooking until '

place and we cannot help but wonder press time. The editor's wife becomesher Incldently a tobacco warehouseman postmaster at Lake Geneva' who stared with fascination at that vessel. Cover with 2 gallon the syrup Is fairly thick.

what planets man will be visiting when own baby sitter, and the circulationmanager's once told us that to- baa property on that lake, bringsup Old Man In the Moon and won- water in which the 2 cups of Cover and cool in syrup to
weed and that It : the point that If the state dered what was there and now Let
bacco
is dissolved.
we reach our 100th anniversary ten wife is afraid she might a lime has been plump rind before packing.
thrives during dry weather, but does own an expanse:' of beach at last we will sat some answersto stand 24 hours. Remove, rinse Pack into clean hot jar and cov-
years from now. have to deliver their new baby her- we noticed that the growers between his land and the water, the mystery But we'still can well and drain. Soak in cold water er with syrup; paddle out all i
The first issue of The Telegraph was felt differently' and spent thousands then he will ask the tax 'asses scarcely believe that man can 4 hours, changing water air bubbles. Adjust lids and

laboriously upt together during the self."Up and down Main Street the subscribers of dollars installing expensive sor to lower the< .assessment cn travel that distance and then every half hour. Drain well. process in boiling waterbath

third week of July, 1879 just 14 complain : The paper never Irrigation systems. So the basis that he no longer owns land at a designated point hun- Dissolve sugar in vinegar and canner for 15 minutes.

years after the end of the Civil War. gets anything right or, I wish we apparently it can get too dry lakefront property.. dreds of thousands of miles add pickling spices placed boil in and a
cloth. Bring to a DILLED OKRA
for \\Ieeds.\ .too. away.
One can only imagine the hardships had another paper in this town or, Baker, along with< other Lake pour over tomatoes. Let stand Soak okra overnight in cold

encountered by Col. Moore and his son, Anybody who'd go into the newspaper The owner of a farm knows !Geneva landowners, has been No dcubt our Incredulity over night. Next morning boil water. Pack into jars. In a

Sterling, in publishing that first issue business is crazy. .full well ,where his property ordered ta( stop clearing off the stems in part at least to the one half hour. Pack into pan heat 1 cup water, 1 table-

which was printed one page at a timeon "Only that last comment is completely lines are, but hcw abou tthoss shorefront ,which has been ex- fact that one time we :spent;: an hot sterilized jars. Processin spoon salt, and 1 cup vinegar.

a Washington hand press, from type accurate. A newspaperman is a little who own lakefront land especially posed during a drop of about hour trying to find a street in boiling water bath for 5 Place sprig of garlic dill in seeds jars
minutes. dill (
that was also set by hand a pains- crazy from fighting to survive in an when the water' recedes, four feet In the level of the Brooklyn, N. Y., or about the if piece fresh of dill is not or available
taking job that staggers the imagination leaving dry land between the lake. The Game Commlsslo11cites same time that man can orbit
ulcerative job of doing his best while SWEET PICKLED and piece of red pepper. Cov-
property line and the lake? The the instance of .a. lake- our earth.Drivers.
today. expecting the worst. WATERMELON RIND er jar with other hot mixtureand

Part of what they must have! felt is "While you read home-town Four pounds watermelon rind, seal. Process In hot water-
your
InvolvedIn lime water made from 2 quarts bath 5 minutes for pints and 8
reflected in these paragraphs by a newspaper today, read between the ::::::::::: :;. : ::: :; : ; ; ; ::::: ;:; lime
water and 2 tablespoons minutes for quarts
young reporter, writing in a recent lines. There you'll find a record of your :I 1 1 Accidents 1 quart white vinegar, 2 Slaps:\

Sunday issue of "Family Weekly" aftera times put together with honest sweat, :::: Have Set Duties water, 8 cups sugar, 1 11'72 cup: WISH I'D SAID

return visit to the newspaper shop varying degrees of skill, and machinery A 111 white corn syrup, 1 tablespoon

where he received his start in jour- occasionally held in place with baling _i By George T. Huggina Florida drivers are remindedby allspice, 1 tablespoon cinnamonif cloves, THAT ; ,.
6 small pieces stick
nalism: wire. )c41 COUNTY AGENT fj the Highway Patrol thata
( desired 1 ounce green gin-
"Today I was again filled with appre- "But mostly, gentle reader. mostly Agricultural Extension Service ;ijijWiWSS recent change in the law ger root may be added).

ciation for anv hometown newspaper with love." A ::::::::::::::::;::!:::::;5:!:::::::>::ft::::.:;:;:.;::.K:*:.:::,:xwX'ftftysft:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::%:::::!:SftSS:: :: ::::::: ellmlnalng written reports of Pare and remove all green and rte..,
accidents by the driver when an pink portions from watermelonrind.

Investigating officer makes a report Cut It in desired shapeor
I want to begin this writingby membership family style; sup does not affect their other size, and soak for 2 or 3
doing just a little bit of per and meeting held quarterly responsibilities when an accident hours in the limewater Drain "Sponge cake is a pastry
bragging. This is brought a- and now in its third year occurs. watermelon rind. Cover with made of all borrowed ingredi-

I Don't Let Your Child Become bout by Area Editor for the without missing a meal. As outlined by the Highway fresh cold water. Cook for 1 ents."-Brice Van Horn, Fillmore -

Gainesville Sun, Buzz Mixson, Saturday night, July 19, at Patrol these duties include: hour or until tender. Drain (Calif.) Herald.
A ShoplifterIn using a picture and commentsof the Lawtey School Cafetorlum
-Drivers Involved in an acci-
.
a recent visit to our Ag- will be an example of what we -
dent involving death, injury, or
an effort to prevent shoplifting 4. Knowledge of how Mach. money their ricultural Building. Buzz has are talking about. An example property damage to the apparent
such meal with
been trying for several to as a good veg-
years
children have unit, the way they, spendit extent of $50 or more shall
among youth, a retail merchant groupin create enough Interest In etables, salads and fried chick-
i it important Alachua to Lots of good neighborly Immediately notify the city police -
distributed County get agricul- en.
a western city recently :5. What lulilren, hiring into th. house.. tural facilities comparable to visiting and a short inter- if within a city or the

a booklet to junior and senior high should he closely checked. Bradford County. We appre esting program. county sheriffs office, or Florida -

school students warning them of the (>. Knowing when,, where, and why their ciate the good things he said Good leadership through reg- Highway Patrol.

inherent dangers of this crime. The font and daughters lire shopping is about us. We can tell any ular monthly board of direct- Drivers are required to re-
rueial.. County that an attractive build- ors meetings and lots of good, main at the scene of the accident -

booklet stresses the fact that shoplifting 7. Finding out what their loniniunily is ing designed to fit the needsof friendly, Interested people and give their name, address -
14 stealing and stealing is a the County will improve the make activities like this pos- vehicle registration number -
doing uliout thf" problem und lending over all image of agricul- sible. and show their driver's
criminal act. It presents eleven suggestions to rivic, ('UII"'" would hemo
any support ture economy and increase the STRAWBERRIESThis license to the other driver or

to assist parents in preventing -t I'n'lid.11., responsibilities and opportunities is not the active straw- occupant of the other vehicle. G 8 t .

and controlling this violation : 8. Youth should" he taught that it is morecourageous of the personnel associated berry season but any day or They must also how their dri Leis

.. and virtuous lo refuse to with the building. week or month is in season for ver's license to the Investigating -
1. Shoplifting fun In- I the. lir (inninn of "(1(11' along with 1111' crowd" than it is We have experienced an Increasing talking Bradford County straw- officer. *" -' s 'jp"txdl
bigger trouble. fur their .'hi II rrn., number of office visits
to follow Mindly for fi-ur" "f hringtailed berries. So while I am in a -Drivers are required by law bBy
2. Children should und'r-Idn l tlmt the "<.hii ken." in addition to increased requests bragging mood, I'll 1 have to doa to give reasonable aid to anyperson Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine
hhopliflrr" is a thief f, not a pranksti-r., by telephone and letters. little strawberry writing. injured in the accident.

:H. A polii'u record can hurt tin. .ir children's '>. Sitting the. right/\ example is the responsihility contacts At least 95 per cent of these This past season we had, for -Drivers striking an unat- nou !SIGNS I fight i and. viiiml! bums mat, be
i hanc.... fur jobs and ,.cl"'al ion. of udults. for are information in making requests our first time, 40 or 45 acres tended vehicle must leave their FOIL HOXTMKNHum panned' either ltd 01 bl.uk.\ depend-

or for of a California variety called name and address securely and ,nc the toad. signs" ol I'Kuaicittats ', inK ,ii then use I hot aic, : suiniiinicicombined
some type service like taking TIOGA. Probably 20 different- consplclously attached to the bet I mail.\ ch.iiuu.lsniidciudlli into lighted hell hums.I .
sell
-- ---- --- ------ application for permit to growers grew some of this vehicle. obsii"uc lions. shoals ..IMIIotlici I the sound blunt are to help nut i I.
The Bradford feeder pigs through on e of the variety. In most cases it was lia/.ntN. lo n.it i ig.inon. I Ilie J.lIi"l1( I in poor'\isibilil.. .. lights, lo
County scheduled feeder sales. .
pig well accepted and satisfactory. meaning! aitaihcd! In each hum isindkateil I.uiht.He navcling the ualetuaM, hi
So, we do have something to ", colol. night. .
TELEGRAPH Some growers reported that 11\l II* shapi" mini
.:: : about. We proud of ON 11Ihe S.IMIC I tile:, lighted
: brag are her and of l buoys
c .ttl they did not pick a single rotten % rf IlliailgcmClll Slllpcs
; Q facilities in Bradford ilial indicate the si.u bo.ml side of
ESTABLISHED 1879 .-. :. our berry during the entire har- I Ill-It! etc Illlll I.IMC I'|>CS III
e.. County. Many persons who have f hunts iii the siaml.iii. stsiim iixc.il the channel shim led lights, 01
'" toured the State, have told us vest season. s fyot on kileial tt.ncis. hoc I arc nuns, sometitnesnhite., Lighted 1"1\ that
', :\ While in Jacksonville last the side of the channel
om that they were pleasingly sur- .all'. lighted hums, and sound! sigiuf\% poit
dheptblaMEMIR ( week I had occasion to tell white. 'l I he
prised at what we have for the bunts (gong bill nlmile. ). Lung! aic usually giecn en
some folks that I was from mahe either; fixed or Hashing
Choose 1\ this!! clay whom you size of our County. Our slindc-l: hunts. called\ spat aicsiiiucliuiis
will 1 scrto\ as\ for me and In the proud Bradford County. They were used' u> place' of nuns lights/ '
people are
County .
FIARlA ESS quick to reply that some of the anil cansIt ( cimbinaiiiui red! and! black\ hull-
my house\ we will serve the and we are always grateful to biggest strawberries they had mend this variety to our growers is mine iniiiiiianl' lo icmcinbii; /ont.ilh sniped hums m.uk channel
,1 T O N I.nrclJu1h.21l( \ ). all those who had any little partin ever enjoyed came from Brad- While it may have a few the coliii c.I l 11 ic| 1"(1"I' II- light. junctions I or obsti'net lut,.. The
AS SO \VV must> not lit (dismayed hy"l'I't'aI'II't' bringing about this one ford County this past season. disadvantages it also has advantages III.in. I the shape' Kiel bums. aluatsin.nkcd mat.. he passed on either side. Howcei. .
/ \J stop" Agriculture Center for We have had correspondence that are more favor- \ l ttilh iln nuinhcis., indiialcI if the lop iliipe is ted! thepielencd
| |' ; ( !s!, Ii shake-it in faith .
channel is and if
llradford County. the few months with able to the grower than the I siailmaiil. in tight. Mile ul the to pent
during past
vvhi-n thiiiKS du! not turn out Mack. the
< pieleiicd channel is Mar-
SATURDAY NIGHT Florida 90. We are not readyto channel"' lll.uk\ hll"". canting oddiiiunhcis.
several strawberry producing
just as we hail, hopc-il' \ orlil.iiuifcl. Think I'll just brag a little discard our favorite Florida indicate the port hound hoardeitunl Mupeil hJ.lland\
counties in California. Tloga .. .
whim: bums in.nk mid channel
:Stand firm in the bit and is about an .tat ul the .ill.HUH I
E. L. MATTHEWS. F.dltor-J'ubUsh-sr more this A 90 variety but we do want to
seems to be the leader. \n miiiinher., is that points ;and mat U- passed; cm either.ide ,
Published rarh Thursday and entered as Second truth. Then-, i is> only one prv.s-' \ organization like our Farm A research report in the July encourage expansion with the upon cast causing' wit ;\\.llciu.n 1 lo fioiii ...I' -i .

Mau Matter at the Post Office at Starkc, Florida furl' ami' our" piWIT in our lives: Bureau in Bradford County. issue of a farm magazine indicates Tloga variety. We will have isaid, alttats. .keep" the ic.il hums cmIhe I IInue is '511'S lung tent ililluiilt.ilinni
under of ami our world, Jnil.(; |Ihr iriiniloninipnlvnt. County with a population of only that Tioga is the leading some more to say about this si.iilxhiul; side. I hr-e ate She .. the stsiiin.1 \ IHI.IIIII.III; ten-
Act March 3rd 1878. l.c-1 us :darlllli'm, about 13,000 knows about Farm variety for European shipment variety; a little bit later. Right I.t..is ilute K's ul pil,1ting"tealsighs lining' guts ualvis inaiki.ll" with, the
fitlllltc-ription In trade area: 1 year $5.00; OUtside ill ( InI I filth, anil not In- al'raiil, Bureau when It has 375 mem- Our Extension and Research now we want to encourage bur lttrnnings ." In oilier ucnils. lium stsicin' lot, the hist. nine should
trade area: 1 year, 15.50 bers this year. people at the Univer- growers to find and plan to set dtn' .ns "keep| llic R r I II .hums onIMII. -I'in I\ ihc meaning ot the hums" and
to I liusl (Cad; ut I .
l..dy.
is the then heed theist just' he would
One reason for this sity of Florida highly reccom- all the Tioga plants available. Kit.II I uhcii K..I It KMM.: ( huntsva as
loadugiis.>>
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HAMPTON ..........0... OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY ..............


By Mr*. D. X. amBUILDINGS.

A I A .. SAVEgT cJ<. / r .


( LOTS
|ELECTION. AT COUNCILOld 1

building, overgrown vac
I ant lot, and the earning: city
I election were discussed at Mon-
day night's Hampton city counI -
I ell meeting at the city hall July
1 14. :?
Condemnation of some build- S'A'EEPSTAKES PRIZE -
ings within the city limits may I N CASH
I
be needed some councilmen
felt. All prop: ?rty owners of lots
[that need mowing are urged to FOURTH PRIZE -
have this done before tall weeds lis.t $10 00000 $ 00000 $100.00, IN CASH
|get out of hand.September 1 SO WINNERS
9 is the annual J-tE :.oriE'. FIFTH PRIZE -
I city election, and '
voters are .
tJvIi' I N CASH
i urged to register before Sep po S // r' $50.00 IN CASH
tember 1. To be eligible to vote 00 STOA .,I I I IN CAS 100 WINNERS
I in the city election. a person
| must be a resident of Floridafor
one year, and of the city of
Hampton for six months, and Quantity Rights Reserved--Prices Good All Week Thursday thru Wednesday July 17-23
be 21 years of age. Registration MINN' .DIIU.TOAI.. INC. .. COPVftiaHT" !...
books will be open at Home's
Grocery during the month of No.2.1/2 Can THRIFTY MAID BARUETT 3Pk.CRACKER
1-lb. ASTOR ALL GRINDS Limit On.CoH. of Choice W/S3.00 Food Order Excluding Cigarette
August. Candidates for the of. *
flee of mayor clerk marshal Pears 3/l. Jacks..19'
and- or councilmen: may file for . COFFEE 49
office by completing a petition 46....All FLAVORS HAWAIIAN FRUIT 6-o. ALL FLAVORS JIUOGelatin
signed by 10 registered voters . . .
and returned to Mrs. Lillian Punch I *
1
s/$1. 5/95 1-Lb. CHASI A SANBORN ALL GRINDS Limit On. Coffee of'Choice w/S.OO Food Order Excluding Cigarette.
Ingenlath city clerk by S'?pt. . . .


meeting 1.The for council Monday set July a special 28.!at No. 303 ,'nOV:5/I.:: ::: :: :: 40-ot.Buffer DEEP SOUTH PEANUT .994* COFFEE 59'

8 p.m. for discussing building . .. . . .
codes and zoning codes for the
No. 2-1/2 Can SWEET TREAT SLICEDPineapple 12-os.THRIFTY MAID Limit 3 w/SS.food order c.cig. Ot.BLUE WHITE OR COLD WATER ARROW Limit One Detergent of Choice / Order Exc. Cig.

.city$764 Receipt of S107 tax.Hampton.utility for and sale tax.June of S325.came proper.cigarette to 3/$1. Catsup..1O'; ; DETERGENT : : 49'40os.

I ty S331. City disbursements for .THRIFTY MAID PORK A. 2-Roll Pkg. AURORA ASST. H

I June were $512: salaries, $195; Tissue Gt. TIDE limit One Detergent Choice w/SS.OO Food Order Excluding Cigarette
tree removal $100; city mow Beans 3/$1.1 4/l.1
. .
ing. $80: street lights $66 plus . *
lesser expenses. .-...V.H..N.V"HH. J.M..H.XOO""O"" PAPER DETERGENT 59
All city officers and council-
men were present except Tracy Sausage..5/l. Towels 4/$1. . .
Jones. .
2a.o..AII.I..vo.NoR.tunBo"I.'ITwltt.OffRe..ITop.( )
4-os. OlIN FARMS STEM A PIECES 2-oi. ASTOR PURE


Hampton OXCE-A-DAV Mail delivery by truck MAIL and was pickup cut for In /$1. Inst. Tea" 69 CH E K DRINKS I 5/$ 1 124rot.

half last week when runs for No. 300 Can BUTTERFIEID INSTANT 4-1/2 os. BEECHNUT STRAINID
the mall truck were shifted to Limit One Salad Oil 0'Cholc.w/$5.00 Food Order, Excluding Cigarettes
one per day-from Jacksonville: Flakes..1O/$1 Food 9*
to Hampton: early In the morn- Baby . <
Ing. and out to Jacksonvilleafter : 1-lb. DIXIE DARLING WH.'S.H.WICH'... .CANNED CRISCO OIL I 39
the pcstoKlce! closes at 5 .
.
p.m.This Bread. 2/39 Drinks. 15/$1.1 PINEBREEZE ORADS 'A'FRESH FLORIDA All WHITS
eliminates the 9:05: a.m. . . .
outgoing matt'! and the 4pm.
Incoming delivery effective 1-lb. DIXIE, DARLING V-10 24-ox.Plain; or,lodiied, *
Med
It last Saturday. Hampton Is the EGGS 2 D0z' 89
only post office affected by the Bread..2/49 Astor Salt 10
change. Mrs. Williams said. . .
since there Is still a truck making
the extra run from Jackson.ville
o- to Lake Butler, picking up
mail: enroute from Starke and -
R Lawtey psstofflces.:
Thursday: afternoon It's still
a good Idea to pick: up your
mail abo[t' 5 p.m., though, as ,
GEORGIA' RED FRESH SWEET
the Bradford County Telegraph .- -
comes in! from Starke separate GRANADA
from the mail truck! PEACHESIBS.


PERSONALS DESSERT DISH!
Su'an Green! daughter of Mr. _
and Mrs. Jchn Green Jr., was
:honored with a family birthday
party Saturday July 12. She 6 ,a.I.
was three years old.

Mr. andl: r'I. W. D. Carter
and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Perry 1 E
left last weekend for a vacationIn with each
the North Carolina mount __ $3 purchase*
ains.

David Younker! arrived home -' WESTERN VINE RIPE JUMBO
f =__ Each week a piece of distinctive Granada dinnerware
for leave with
last
Thursday
= will be featured for just 29C. For each $3 in grocery
his fam'Iv.' He has been! in Formosa purchases you are entitled to one piece at this low CANTALOUPES..3l.CALIFORNIA'SEEDLESS
with the Air Force. =_s_- = w price. There's no limit with a $6 purchase you can .

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis get 2.pieces and so on.
= and sons! were visitors of the Excluding:tobacco, liquor and liquid dairy products. *
Gene Birts last week and with I WHITE I GRAPES LB. 29
his grandmother Mrs. George .
Saxon, and brother and sister. GOLDEN BANTAM
In-law Mr. and Mrs. Johnny
Davis and sons. SUNNYLAND FANCY CORN..10 EARS 59<

Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Allen left
Sunday for Oklahoma called by
the illness of Mrs. Allen's
SMOKED
mother.: They planned forl: r.
Allen to return by plane this
week and Mrs. Allen and Billy
to remain longer.Mr. SHANK ASTOR FROZENORANGE

and Mrs. William! Carter HALF orWHOLE
and daughter Lisa have been $ I JUICE I
vacationing at a lake :

Sue Fowler. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Wlll'am!' Fowler of LB.
Jacksonville Beach spent last 6 6-ox. $1
week here with her grandoarents v CANS
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wil .
liams. and aunt Mr*. David
Younker and her cousins.

Gene Shealy of LIthIa
Sorln"i', Ga.. is vl'itlng herewith BOB WHITE REGULAR SLICED USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED SHOULDER OR CALIFORNIA
A MORTON SPAGHETTI A MEAT BAILS, FRANKS A BEANS MACARONI A A '

and Mrs.h's Jeff uncle Baker and, aunt and family Mr. BACON 69 ROAST 89 ECON. :: 39'

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USDA CHOICE 2-lb. Pko. W-D BRAND QUICK FROZEN BEEF

regional Saturday.Don Hill meeting attended In Tallahassee a Clvltan Ai'H"'H"CK 79 STEAKETTES $189] TOPPING' 2/$1.

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Mr. and Mr!*. Roy P. Glover WoO BRAND" LEAN GROUND Plus 100 Extra Stamp w/coopor. FRESH BOSTON BUTT PORK
16-es. ASTOR FRENCH Mr

and ,con M,t Doug week spent' vNltln their vacation relatives BEEF. 5 ,$259 ROAST. 59* POTATOES .4$1.iT1

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and friends In Georgia and . . '- . . .

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NORMAN'S DOWNS 10.The
BEGGS ON ONE lilTNorman's Branding Iron blasted
Trlest for 12 hits while Charles
Farm Just one
Green. Larry Brown nnd Kent
game away from a league
Graudons hurled no-hit ball for
championship downed Beggs
Branding Iron Randall McGee
Gulf 8-3, behind the one-hit
and Dean Johns led
pitching of Sandra Normnn. BrandingIron ,
with three hits each while
Annette Kelley got the lout
KVZ1U2REXN BAPTIST
Kent Graudon had
two.
hit for Beggs that coming In CHURCH. LAWTKY. CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
the first Inning. Norman's Trlest ..scored Its lone run on CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Sunday School 10 a.m. Mom- o Sunday: Bible Study 10*. m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; Moraine ,Sunday School 8:45: a. u.
a walk and two wild thl'OWS.The .
_ pounded the ball for 14 hits. CHURCH OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS J few Worship 11::15. (-lor ping Worship and Communion Worship 11 a, m.; Evening Morning Worship 11 a.m.Youth

Carolyn Redding Dott'e' Kelley, travel two to Lake Starke Butler team will, Sunday. School 10 a.m.. 416 East Call St. Klgbt service, 6:30.: Highway Sunday. Service 11 a., m, Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m.; Prayer Fellowship. 6 p. m. ChoirPractice. -
Tuesday
Carol Reddish Linda Haas, July 15, and to Worship Service. 11 a. m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: 125 northwest of Lawtey. RCY. ,.er lees, 6:00.: Meeting, 7:30: p. m.: Wednesday Wednesday 8 p. m.
Phyllis Meng and Vicki MCKInney St. Augustine Evening: Service 7 p.m. a.m. Sunday School, 10. Sacrament R. L. Bennett paator. W ctlnesday Worship service 7 -Rev. J. C, Heelers. pastor. Rev.. Robert D. Burch
Thursday July 17, for double Cottage Praye
each had two hits Tuesday Night. 11:15.: ,p. rnt i. Minister Jack P. Bell

Standings (thru. Monday July headers. ). Ung.TJwradas. Monday Primary 4:30: p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL
TINY TOTS PLAN
14>-Norman's Farm 7-0 Col- TO JACKSONVILLE TRIP Night Prayer Meet-: Tuesday MIA, 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning NORTHSIDE BAPTIST Sunday-0:45: a. m. Sunday KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST

onial Florist 4-2, Beggs Gulf ZOO tog In church. 7:3: p.m. Wednesday Relief Society Worship 11 .. rn. Pre-ser. CHURCH School 11:00: a. m. Morning CHURCH
Boys and girls partlclp'sting Youth. Service, Friday ntefct School 9:30 a.m. Training -
:
34. In 7:30: p.m. vloes (Booster Band. Young Schedule of services. : Sunday Worship. 6:00 p. m. Training Sunday
SCHEDULE Tiny the Tot Recreation Department's 7:30 p.m. -Dean Hansen People, and Prayer Service). 6,' School 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- Union 10:15: a.m. Morning
Thursday July 17 (Pratt St.1- program will enjoya Ivy Luke Pastor'SIYRNA Branch President p. m. Evening Worship 7 p. m I 10:45: a. m. Training Un st1D. Worship 11 a. m. Evening WOT-
to the
trip
8:00: p.m.. Colonial Florist VB Jacksonville Zoo : MISSIONARY Midweek Service Wednesday; ion.. 6:45: p. m. Evening Service. Wednesday::30 PrayeiSer hip 7:30: p. m. Mid-week Prayer

Norman's Farm. Friday Last ,week July,18.the lids BAPTIST CIIURCII JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bower, D. D, 7\I5.:;:' Mid-Week Prayer Service, vices. 1st and 3rd Wednesday Service Wednesday 7:30: p.

Friday, July 18-8 p.m., Beggs on Channel 12's Popeye's appeared Pals 1 W3 W. Pratt St, Sunday ser BAPTIST MISSIONU. pastor. Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. night-1:00: .p. m, Family night. m. Come let us. worship together.

vs BRANDING Colonial IRON and on Friday July II, they en. vices: Sunday School. 10 a. m S. 301 North, behind Taa- ,.,I -
TRIEST'S TRIPS Joyed a big picnic at the Wainwright Preaching 11 1m, Training tee Freez Drive In. Sunday

PONY CONSTRUCTIONIN Park. Thirty five boys Union, 5:43: p. ni. Evening. Worship School 10 a.m. Worship Ser" i
LEAGUE
PLAY and girls are now participating 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. vice. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer
Branding Iron came up with in this procrarn and are on- -Elder A. O. Flynn,pastor Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. i.i
a big effort
as they bombed S"fs4
x'ouslv awaiting the trip! to Six -Leroy Olive pastor. ; E. L.
Trlest Construction
13-1 In Pony Gun Territory on Friday July St. Marks Episcopal Griffts, associate pastor.
League action
Thursday, July 25. Sunday Services .i

8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist EVERGREEN "
BAPTIST
When Is Child 10 a.m. Church School ::: ) :: "
receive benefits: when his Hlah"axW, 4 No.rth.neJt ol : \ 'J' (
{
Eligible For mother or father is entitled to 11 a.m. Family Service Law1ey. Sunday School, ipa.n. l), A I /
Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd
.
retirement or disability bene- Momlnaf Worship [
11:15. Sun- a
SS Benefit' ? fits, or if either dies after Sundays: Morning Prayer 2nd day Night Service 6:30.-.Rev. :: i 1 j jr ,"I.. J ig
having worked under social se- and 4th Sundays. R. L. Bennett ,
When Is a child eligible to pastor. ) r't ( .
receive social security bene- curity. '\ t ( i .' \ ,: l' ,"
The child must be unmarried 1''OJ I
fits? OR ACE BAPTIST CHURCH .. r 0 \. ," H fJ
This Is and under 18, or 18 to 22 CHUKCll OF GOD "-I
a question frequently Highway 100-A i
422 N. St, Clair St., StarJce.
asked at the local social and a full time student in an g
security office, according to approved school. Of lithe childIs Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn Sunday School, 10 a, nt. Worship n. .
Bill Fisher, Field Represen- over 18 and disabled from a lug Worship 11. Training Union Services! 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. ; God bless Mommie Daddie, and

tative for Bradford County. condition which started before 7 p.m. Evening Worship. 8. m. Prayer Meeting Fi iday, 7:30p. : I -t1 d all friends at church .
Fisher stated there are three his 18th birthday, he may be Wednesday Prayer Meeting 8 mj-Rev. Chester J, Shouppe': my; I

situations in which a child mayCENTRAL eligible for benefits. p.m. Rev. Virgil Lovett. pastor,
If the child is receiving bene- pastor. 11 "Jleal'kellllllfotl1et'Qiceojmy+ i

0 HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH { "
SEE fits now and soon will be 18, rig, ma Kitty, and nty God.
(Highway 100 at There&sa)
FIRST UNITED :METHODIST i
be sure to notify the social
'The. Paint STARKE Sunday School-10 a. nl.Mo1'lllng e l\\
People'PAINTS security office if he will be in God's word has a great deal to
school after he is 18. Bene- Sunday -Church School, 9:4: :> WOl'shlp-ll a. m. '

fits may be continued after age a.m.: Morning Worship 11; Training Urion-6:30: p.in. I wl say about 1 prayer, for prayer is

Moore 2& I 18 if special Information Is MYF Snack Supper, 6 pm.; Sr. Evening WOl'SI1Ip-7:15: p. m. 4-i communicate with I
( our means to
furnished. If any child will High' Program Jr. High Recre- Wednesday :Night Prayer Services xo:

reach 18 soon and plans to return ation. 6:30: ; Jr. High Program 7:30: p. in. Rev. Merle i ; God. Through prayer we can

to school in the fall, bene- Sr. High Recreation, 7:15: : Packham, pastor thanks for >:
give petition our
PAINT fits may be paid during the sum- Evening Worship. 8. J.' s r;

STOKES, INC. mer months. Monday MYF Wesleyan FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD friends, and seek God's wisdom
The social security office for Sub.D.'strlct Annual Picnic at OF STARKE '( ::
for
636 NW. 13th STREET this area is located in the Old : our daily living.
Pine Grove, 5 p.m West Weldon St. and Raiford .(
GAINESVILLFPHONB Agriculture Building on Temple Wednesday Youth Activities Road

376-1281 Avenue. 6:30: pm.: College Discus. Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. s Make prayer a daily practice in

I lion Group. 8; Prayer Meeting 11:00: :a. 1\\. :Morning Worship; xf .. your life. :
and Bible] Study 7:30.: *::00 p. m, C. A. Services; 7:00:

Thursday Chancel Choir p. m. Evangelistic, Services. ::::, J,1fl: .
Rehearsal'!! 7:43: p.m. Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. Midweek /
& :
REVIVALNEW Friday Jr. High Overnight PrayedMeeting.! : .

Retreat. Pastor: T. E. OUleyHU1LBRONN :::::

-DeWitt T. lFa1' bee, Jr.
Pastor r!1 -- :.
BAPTIST =
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RIVER BAPTIST MADISON STREET CIlt.'RCJIIIIGIIWAY 18 N. \N
BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 9:43: a. rn :!r{ The(Church is God(oppointed agency in this world 'for spreading the knowledge ol Hu lore \ TIlt Q" :

CHURCHJULY Sunday School 9:43.: Morn- :\Io1'll11WOl'ahlp.. 11. Training s:: = 'for man and of Nil demand'for man to respond to that lone by loving his neighbor.Without,' _=

ing Worship at 11. Youth Choir Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser 'Inn grounding In .the love ol God, no government or society, or way of life will long 1:;' =

14-20 Practice'!! 4:30.: Youth Fellowship v ice! 7:30: Midweek Pra.yer8el"- persevere and (hi freedoms which wi hold 10 dear will inevitably pirlih. Therefore, even : : :

Supper, 5:45.: Training Union vice, 7:30.: ;::, == 'from a selfish point of view, one should support the Church for the lake ol the wellanol !:!, led I

Services Begin At 8:00 P.M. 6:15: WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15.: Rt'L, Tummy Howe Pastor :-$ = himself and hit 'family.. Beyond that, however, every person should uphold and par- Q
Even'ng }
Worship 7:30.: 1>y ticipoli' In the Church bicout it tills the truth about mane Me, death and destiny; 'the +....
Monday RA Meeting, GKAIIAM: BAPTIST CHURCH ('IJ h"'Co"
Each 6:30.
Evening : ::: truth which alone will set' him 'free to lives a child ol Gad. -l1 == ,:',
YWA Meeting, 7:30.: Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning 5y-
Wednesday Prayer Meet- ; Worship 11.a. m. and-7 p = Colcmort Adv. So.., = ':?

Rev. Virgil Lovett. EvangelistHOMECOMING Ing, 7:30.: Business Meeting, 8. in.-- Rev Fred' Johns, pastor =

Church Choir Practice. 8:30.:
NEW ItlVEIl BAPTIST i

FIRST BAPTIST CIIURCII Suauiay Schoul 10,It.. m. Morning fy3

STARKE Worship, 11 a. in. Training

Unlcu, 7 p. m. Evening! Worship! k
July 20 -- Dinner On The Grounds Sunday School 9:45.: Morning
Worship 11. 8 p: m. Wednesday night ser
Training
Union. vice, 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel :
6:13. {
: Evening S
Worship
7:30.
Everyone WelcomeL. Monday- : come-L. l>. Parker, pastor.
Youth Choir, 7 p.m.

I,. PARKER, PASTOR 7:30.:Wednesday Church- Prayer Choir Practice Meeting FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH FAULKNER HURST SHELL STARKE "66"SERVICE t
Sunday Service: Sunday
8:15.: .
f School, 9:45: a. ni. Morning Worship ::
-W. A. Hogan, Pastor GULF SERVICE SERVICE
10:45: a. m. Evening Service
6:30: v- m. Midweek Ser- I
Bill Edwards Ph. 964.7231..,
AND Phone 964-6111
vice, Wednesday, 7:15: p. m. Carl Hurst

Charles Reese, ministerHAYLESS Tire TrulnffHeadlight

I GAINESVILLE Business Directory HIGHWAY U-HAUL RENTALS Adjusting

BAPTIST CHURCH Truck Trailer Brake Service

Sunday School 10 *Jn. Prtv Complete: Lubrication Wheel Balance and : .

Air ConditioningHeatingAir Farm and Industrial MOBILE HOMES acting Services at 11. Tratoln Minor Tune-Ups Alignment :I:
Equipment :
Union.. 8 p.m. Evening Service. .

Conditioning MUSTANG 7;>. Midweek Prayer Meeting.Wednesday. 1011 N; Temple Avenue __ PROMPT ROAD SERVICE '
Heating By Santa Fe Tractor, 7:30.: iEye7ODe.J: ,. --

General Electric FORD Mobile Homes, Inc. ome. Rev Decree 11:. Coo PHONE 964-5899 AH Minor Repair ;

RIIBS'B Sheet Metal Inc. Farm Tractors & Implements GaineivlUe's Discount Mobll "Iraq pMtor.HA.VIP10.N. 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Are. Starke
Gainesville2520 N E. 18th Ter., USED EQUIPMENT STARKE BUILDERS
Home Sales Lot.
Tel. 376-8282 SALES PART SERVICE: #
NEW MOON CAPELLA CMKISTIAN; Hiway 301 and 100

AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES BRONZEWOODLow CHURCH! SUPPLIES, Inc. LAWSON t
Monthly Payments Sunday School 10 a. m MornIng -

BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson & Faris, Inc. 4820 N. W. 13th 378-1346 Worship at 11.: Evening : Featuring Ace Hardware tlO S. Tempi Starke MEAT MARKET

Worship 7:30.: Rev Carl :, Complete Paint Supplies 'C

SALES -A OLDSMOBILE SERVICE SEEDS PLANTS MOTORCYCLES Clarke, pastor and Sporting Goods AND COLD STORAGE i

Insecticides -Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS
Fine Taken Selecllon'of On Cadillac Used Trade Can YAMAHA BMW FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHBAMP'fUN I: "Check With Us First" DAD & BRAD SALES We specialize la Custom Slaughter- '

Cutting and Wrapplnc
2101 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-MOt, We Rent Fertiliser Spreader e9d Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning :; 219 Waahlnffton St. 9645270ACMMCAICO. Ins Freeae
MODULAR HOMES Prepared for Deep
224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-4471 lUtffla Worship' at 11. Training :
:
CRANELINCOLN Union, 6:30.: night
Sales Parts Service Wednesday WHOLESALEPhone
MERCURY MATERNITY WEAR 615 W. University 378-2811 Prayer Meeting, 7:30.: followed ':::: ILOtIDA 24Ft. Wide
Anthorlzed Sales A Service FOR by choir practice staxke NursIng n 964-70S
MOTRERS-TO-BE '
2201 N. Main Ph 372-4373 MUSIC Home service 2:45 p. m. Also 12-Ft. Wide
Crane ImportsVolvo A FULL LINE OF -Rev, Melvin Hamel, pastor. j EST PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD

Lingerie Dresses Slacks .
MOBILE HOMES
MO Triumph. Top Bermudas Bathing Suits BALDWINPIANOS CALVARY BAPTIST ::1 Ile

606 E. University EXPECTANTLYYOURS -& ORGANS Sunday School, 10 a, m, Morn- U R O L Campers and TraTeltrallen COUNTY :
Phone 372-4251
lag Woe'ship, 11 Training
CHOICI or TNI .ARTISTS a. m.
INC. Union 6:30: p, m. Evening Service I Keystone Heights TELEGRAPH

Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA ..(JiPltam MUSIcco! 7:30.: Prayer Meeting, Wednesday :-::;

7M W. University Ovp. S.F.J.C. 7:30: p. m.-Rev. R. H. 'i 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla. and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 OFFICE SUPPLIES

G'ville Shopping Ctr. 372-5353 Butler pa.l'Jl'.

4 wheel drive and car Mechanical CONTRACTOR : Phone 964-5745 for FREE TYPEWRITERS
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Sales Parts Service MOVERS DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH '' Inspections and Estimates ADDING MACHINES

Clean Used Toyota K. E. Hyde Ent. Inc. BROOKER BRADFORDABSTRACT
1700 N. Main 376-126 Lone Distance Moving
-
School Mooing
Sunday: 10 a. m.
I Thompson'* Refrigeration Storage Packing Worship U a. m. Training. : CO. EDWARDS

Beauty Academy Service Crating Shipping Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service WILLIAMSJEWELRY

Realtor Air Conditioning Free> Estimate CaU 7:30.: -Rev. Lacy Conway.
POWELL'S Repair. oa White Appliances HILL'S ?.stor. Better Service For You Grocery and Market
Industrial Combustion Service

Beauty AcademyLearn Boiler Room Sale A Service Van Service Inc. Airpark Baptist Cluck Title Problems Groceries: ] Meats -Feed

a Profession in Your 3038 N. Waldo. Rd. Gainesville Sunday.School .::45 a.m.: Mora. Official Claav Rlacs GAS AND OIL
Telephone 372212MEN'S 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. O'ville big Worship 11:00 Evening Keepsake Diamonds Abstracts
Spare Time. Full or Part Time : tun.; -
219 N.W. 10th 378-2766 31-f271 WoT tlp. 7:00: pjn.: Wed BULOVA WATCHES Jack and Gladys Elwanb
Prayer' Meeting and Bible 8 odr. Title Insurance
WEAR PAINT GLASSLIDDELL U. s. 301 South Starke
ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC 7:00: pjn. Stody on Book of 142 W. Call St. Stark -

STAG 'N DRAG PAINT Baalim.. Everyone:Nathan' Weloome.Is. I1clItag.pastor. Phone 944.7044 153 W. Can Ph. He-fall PHONE M4-M1S

o .
Motor Repair Co.Of Griffin Salt GLASS CO. CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERATTVE, Inc.
S Arrow Shirt Flenkeln' SlIM .
0
Glass Mirror Sliding Doors liThe persona moat difficult)
Oalne vUle, Inc. .. Formal Besiad Tub Enclosures Shower Door. to convince they're at retire Owned By Those W* Serve la Twelve Nertheast Fkwisa. Cevatlsa MH*.lag Oar ....bers Live Better
Repairing; RewindingNew Ladle Sportswear Furniture .
Tops Window
aAd Used I 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITYand Awning. !"ent..e. : are childreri at bed.C. Bleetr1 iIy"syate.: .. Heights. -Pin. 471-4111

J 81I N. W. Kth P.. 372-SJ18 GAINESVILLE MALL IK N.W. 16th St. ST2-8U1

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Bond Interest Rate .. II II VI Packham, who will be on vaca were enjoyed to give Michaela van at Palatka and Mr. and
tlOIfor the next two weeks. good beginning for his 8th, Mrs. Marshall Strickland at parents Rev. and Mrs. Merle their son, P rcy Jr. and family.
Increase Proposed To THERESSABjr Rev. Norman Redding, Chap year. Flora home. Packham Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith nnd.
CongressS. lain East Unit at Raiford State Happy Birthday: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jeter and Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Hersey son, of Columbia Mo. visited
L. Prison, will conduct the morn- To Mrs. Doley Hersey (July of Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and
Peek Jr.. Bradford Shares at maturity Is included ; Dorothy MfOiPhOM her daughter! of Hawthorne Mrs. L. K Childs Friday -
Ing worship services at Hope 18)) and to Rusty Sullivan his Percy Sullivan Jr. and Rusty
County chairman for U. S. Sav- In the Treasury's! 4734318 on were Sunday afternoon visitorsof enroute to Fort Pierce.
ingra Bond. pn lei today tint t the "While Savings request. Church for the next two Sundays second birthday, July 19. Mr. and Mrs. James Phillip!!! were Friday evening visitors of Mrs. Smith is Mr. Childs'
Bonds .
have Mr. and Mr* William Carter
V (July 20 and 27)) The Sunday PERSONALSMr.
Treasury' proposal: to Congress always been Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan granddaughter.
a good buy, the end Lisa of Hampton who were
services and Wednesday and Mrs.
to 1'1110the interest rate ceil- rate increase HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH evening Doley Hersey were Tuesday evening
will make them vacationing at Brooklyn Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Pete
evening Prayer Serviceswill have returned from vacation Peterson!!
a !
ing on Savings Bonds and other even more attractive to those In Sunday School 10 a.m.: dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. of Jacksonville! visited
be conducted Fred trip to the Harold
by Rev. mountains.
Government Marlon Sullivan.
securities should our community who have been Morning Worship, 11; Training Mr. and Mrs. Mllli and Miss
give new Impetus to the savings putting aside dollars Union 6:30: ; Evening Worship Dodd during this time. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Her ejr Tuesday visitors of Mr. and have Rodney Hall Dorothy Mills
regularly returned Sunday.
bone! program in this area, through payroll savings 7:15: ; Wednesday evening Prayer BIRTHDAY PARTY of Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. L. K. Childs were his eon: vacation in from a week'
"If the legislative plansor Service, 7:30 with About 15 friend; of Michael Percy Sullivan Jr. have returned and daughter-in-law. Mr. and the mountains near
request Is regular purchases at their : choir practice Asheville N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan
approved the Interest rate on banks, saving: for a new home, afterward. Raley gathered at his home to from a week's vacation at Mrs. L. A. Childs of Fort Pierce. Jr. and Rusty enjoyed a cook-
:Series! E and H bonds will be form Imolement, college for Sunday School attendance this :help him celebrate his 7th birth Miami Beach. While hh parents Mr. and Mrs. Merle Packham.: Mr. and Mrs. Percy out Sunday evening with her
raised from the current 4.25 per the children or a retirement Sunday was 94. day Saturday afternoon, July 12. were away. Rusty Sullivan en- Jr.. of Salt Springs, visited her of Palatka were Saturday Sullivan brother-in-law and ster.| Mr.
cent to 5 per cent if held to ma- nest egg" Mr. Peek said. During the absence of Hope Games and refreshments of Joyed visits with his grandparents parents. Mr. and Mrs. Broward of his parents. visitors and Mrs Percy Sullivan, at
turity." Mr Peek said. "The In. ._ Church's pastor. Rev. Merle birthday cake and Ice cream Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sulli Akridge, Friday night and his Mrs Cleveland Sullivan Mr., and and Palatka.
crease would be retroncttve --------- ---------------
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June 1. 196!). All outstanding E r.1 -----,-------------,
and H bonds would also benefit
from the new 5 per cent rate, I I I
stalling with the first semiannual i \ SIRLOIN I
: Interest period on or after II i
June 1.Series. 1't\\J\ I

E bonds will have theirn1atm.lty .1 TENDER SLICED QUARTER I I RID
period reduced from FULL CUT ROUND FOOD I
7 to 5 years 10 months. II bond
maturity will remain at 10 r I I OR BONELESS SHOULDER I

years. Both E and H bonds 1I


per Shares would tension until cent enjoy would period.rate an continue The automatic on present unchanged Freedom: ex-5 i I PORK LOIN r 11 rr 1 STEAKS I I I F At RSUPERMARKETS !i


they
are removed from
sale six months after the pro- 1 I -: I I

posed legislation becomes law. I I I US Otft" Of I AUlICU'l.OIf $ I @ .
Authority to extend Freedom I I' _, 1.19 I


Farm Bureau I II 'U.S.CHOICE LB I ;I


Will Hear. State 1 C H 0 PS I I U.S. CHOICE BEEF CHUCK I .


Officer SpeakJohn i I I STEAK...................................,. b8 I I

C. Lynn, the new executive 1 I U.S. CHOICE CHUCK I ;

vice president of the I I R 0 AS T..L.
I
Florida Farm Bureau Feder- 58 I Merchants I

ation, will be guest speakerat I U.S, CHOICE CROSS RIB. r | FREE TOO! .
the quarterly membership 6/1tEN{TAMr{
meeting of the Bradford County C.I I
Farm Bureau Saturday July I S ROAST....................................LB88# I I

19. I i U.S. CHOICE CALIFORNIA PRICES GOOD THURSDAY .
The meeting, scheduled to be
held in the Lawtey Elementary ROAST.-.LB
School Cafeteria will beginat
8 p.m.A. I II I 1AMry

H. Harley, Jr., presidentof
the BCFB, said that this
quarterly meeting will be "a FYNE-TASTE Prid.
U.S. CHOICE ASSORTEDCUTS
family affair" and encouragedall ALL MEAT MORELL PRIDE
members to attend. E CALIFORNIA
OR COUNTRY STYLE SLICED PUREPORKSAUSAGE
SLICEDBOLOGNA
"Our new executive vice
president comes from Washington -
D. C. where he servedas 1 BACON
national legislative directorfor
the American Farm Bureau eor.A 1LB
Federation and is well quali- 8ozPKG ,
fied to speak with our Farm LLIirAIF ROLL
Bureau members about agricultural -
problems," Harley[ said.We .

encourage all members A AY WEDNESD
of the Bradford County Farm
Bureau to attend this meetingand
meet Mr. Lynn," Harley FLASH FROZEN
said. PANTRY PRIDE MILD DAISY .
SKINLESS FREEZER COD

OR POLLOCK
QUEEN
In The Circuit CourtJuillflul F.laht": FRANKSVACPAK 1
Circuit Of Flnrldnnd In
.\ For llrnilfnril County WEDGES SALISBURY STEAKS OR FILLETS
ACTIONCOHT
CI\II. .
f""I': : I\HJ: BARBQ BEEF GRAVY
.\>tH tl'ni.liv "'""SI! 12o*
Plaintiff se. HOY JOHN BISHOP .
r t Mm Huth Bishop) PKG 21OO
Io. Box If, Laguna Beach, .
Calif Defendant.
NOTICE OK SUIT
To;
You Are Hereby Notified that
nn aLtlun for Divorce has. been
filed .. you are
aerveOa eon of yourdtfen
required l >
"p.. If any to It, on the
plaintiff attorney whose name KOUNTY KISTSWEET
and adlr8 l la Honorable Oeor-
H Puree 203-205 N. Temple % PURESNOW QUICK REFRESHER
ge
Avenue;. Starke. Florida. 32091. FAMILY SIZE PANTRY PRIDE
and flip the erlnlnal with thecl..rk
FLAKESHORTENING
FULL STRENGTH
of the above Btyleil courtnn GATORADE
or before AUKUM 11. 1969:
otherwise) a Judgement may be JELLOGELATIN
entered airalntt. you for the relief BLEACH WHOll PIICIS. BY CHIIM GIANT
demanded In the complaintl"VUnt
.
'" DESSERTS
i> my hand and the Real
of nalil Court( on July 9. 1969. 23oz
(O snit) 3 GALLON 4/l
Char leu A. Darby, 3/l CANS
AH Clerk of ealrl. f ourt PLASTIC
By Beulah. :M MoodyA.
Deputy Clerk 17 4t ,.,




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to. Old Lake. flutterStnrkP : -Y' II
Hluhenr.1 i I
thout will take It MfrYou notice 1"nneernr'rn that litarrnrdanee I COLD > i4. U.S. FANCYGOLDEN
with the provietonsof i t' i
Sertlon Sag 09. thrnu"h"hlle" 3hearFlnrldn SWEET
Statlltee! a l'
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n.M.. .A.on.1).the 1969 petition aft 9:30: of n'.lockUHt. wire nave. I I m n LAUNDRY \I }, r IJf

which Paulk minute'an'l ppt,I (un of(>.wa the{>:ulk meeting p "a'i III" Ponthe of. I % E9 DETERGENTS SAVE 39
the nonr,1 of County (ommiaoalnnora I SAVE 1O. FRESH BAKED 8" r
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.Inlv .,. held n. 1969"n. .the regnP. ..ting. that I OO 10
.alol H"nr,1 "'loee and l ahandnnthe propertyIvina $ I BLACKBERRY PIES49 ;
'fol1"wlnlf daeerlbrrl (: 59
i Bradford I :
is 1
County.and Florl"a of'Ituala hi,I rounly Road I SR 1J r B I SAVE 44. purrs OF 12. SLICED HAMBURGER OR'I I

A pnrtlun I by then EARS
retabllahrd
DOG ROLLS.29 I
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more flarll nutlrr-Starke< Ill.hway.Ivina .
and 'ituatp Vl.4n.hlp of
! :'4. H..Uon 24. 6oF. FYNE TASTECalifornia TOASTEM BANQUET FROZENPIES
South: fAnae 21 5aet.Ml may appear Y
and intereetrrl Ie. henr.l parties I at. the time CANTALOUPES
..." "pe.Iff",1 POP UPS OR
f7th July, A.
soma. thl. dRY nf
P. 1969.noard Cnmmi.elnnlnr CEREALS KELLOGG'SPOP
i nf County :
ere nf Bradford COllntt. F TARTS

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::*: s *! QTIPSCOTTON GREENCUCUMBERS
FOR EVERY fURPOSI DOUBII IDOIBLADES VEGETABLES
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I SHEA'SGLASS \ Paper Towels SWABS CUT CORN. ABV LIMAS, MIXED
VCCITAB1ES Oft GARDEN.PEAS


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6 I LATTIN COMMENDED Avocoda Seed
;Speclftlist-6 HAnford B. Lattin Andrews Elected "If you have been warnednot Mrs. Hendriclcs MINIATURE DIPLOMASFOR
ABOUT received the Army Commendation Makes Interesting Chairman Of to take any wooden nick SENIORS
Medal and was cited for Local Winner Miniature diplomas for the
Indoor Plant els you might like to know
meritorious service as Chief Acquisition SF District BoardGuy
:1969 graduating seniors have
that a lumberman has now Badcock ContestMrs. :
Radar Mechanic Bat been received at the BHS office.!
MEN figured out that the lumberin
SERVICE tery B. 5th Bn.. 6th Artillery After you've eaten that delicious
from April 1968 He avocado don't throw Andrews of Starke hai. today's wooden nickel is Martha Hendricks is the Seniors may stop by the office
to May 1969.
been elected by the Santa Fe worth local winner in the Badcock: any day. Monday through Fri.
served away the seed because an interesting seven centsGunderBere.
as key evaluator Instructor
District Boardof day (except during the noon
and technician for. all plant can be grown Junior college The Cavalier (N Dak.) Furniture and Appliance Stores
aspects of the Integrated Fire from this humble leftover. Trustees to serve as chair- Chronicle. Wishing Well Contest that was! hour) and pick up diplomas.
the 1969-70 school
for
a Besides the avocado seed man recently concluded.
Control Area
Operations within
the Battery. all you need Is an empty Jar year. J. Milton Brownlee of "You can always tell a new Each winner received $30 In
elected vice
The citation stated: "By his or glass three or four toothpicks Gainesville was employee but whether he'll merchandise from the Badcock
tenacious and water according to chairman. pay attention is something else associate store at which he l'e.
regard for
detail. Mr. Andrews Is a charter
a University of Florida orna-
gistered.
Specialist Lattn'! scrutinized all member of the Advisory Committee again.-Mather C. Wassis FLORIDATHEATRE
aspects of the Acquisition Radar mental First horticulturist.fill and has served continuously Park County (Colo.) and Fair. Mrs. Victor R, Thorn of
the jar a little Frostproof was the ,grand prizewinner !
System and corrected all defl- half since 1965 on that play Flume.
over full with water. 1 hen, and received $500 In
Yt clences. The succass! of these efforts c J'I insert the toothpicks so just the group which was re design- merchandise
a Is indicated by the excep- bottom of the seed is covered ated the District Board of po-
?
.S tional rating achieved bv Bat- ... ...- with water. Place the avocado Trustees a year ago. He was
a tery B on the 32nd Army Air .., /' -- seed into the jar with the pointed vice chairman of the board dur- SHOWTIME

Defense Inspection Command for fiscal Maintenance 1968. Specialist ". den end with up the Dr.University's Samuel McFad-Institute ing Mr.the Brownlee past school, a year.native of 3 0 1 D. I Weekdays 7 P. :M.

Lattin was personally! citedas Airman Roger M: Crosby of Food and Agricultural Starke a nd a former GaInes- n Sunday, 3 P. :M.
one of the most competent; son of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Sciences OF AS)said. ville Mayor and City Commissioner Saturday 1 P. :M.
2, Starke Fla.. was appointed to the
Acquisition Radar mechanics! in Crosby of Rt. Chances for seed germination -
Europe by the 32nd Army Air has completed basic! training at can be improved by removing Advisory Committee in Sept- SHOW TIME IS SUNDOWN TIIURS. FRI. SAT.
,
1967 and has served
Defense Lackland AF3 Texas. the seed coat which ember
Command Operations ADMISSION: Adults 75c. Students 60c<<
JULY 17 18 19
that time.Florida .
assigned to KeeS- since ,
been
Readiness Chief. His outstanding lie has tends to slow down natural Children Under 12 Free
performance improving the ler AFB Miss., for training in sprouting. He also recom- WALTDISNEY
\itr.. the air tralflc control field. Air mended changing the water
overall effectiveness of per- Guard
Battery TIIURS. FRI. SAT. JULY 17 18 19
of ,
Pvt. James A. Newman! son B reflects great t credit man Crosby is a graduate iodically to prevent microor-
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Newman himself his organ'zatlon upon and Bradford High School. ganisms bacteria from building OCS Under Way DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM productionspascal
of Route 2, Starke has the U. S. Army" up and rotting the seed. t I.. .r..a
been assigned to the 2nd Infant Specialist Lattin entered the Army Captain John C, Stephens Changing the water also pro- At Camp BlandingThe A1f NEWr "' :M

ry Division! In Korea, as a heavy military service in 1960 from Jr.. 26. whose parentslive vides needed root aeration he Iii1 r
truck driver. His wife! Patsylives Interlachen. He is currently stationed at 1362 Bland'.ng: St., Starke said. eighth session of the
Ordnance Office "Don't expect miracles over- Florida National Guard Officer -
in with the completed an
Starke Chatsworth. 65th Artillery at Advanced Course! at the U. S. night! At least three or four Candidate School started I
career snldi.r Calif and Is a. Army Ordnance Center and weeks will pass before anything Sunday at Camp Blanding with :
School. Aberdeen Proving happens to the slow between 50 and 55 first year : r
men, and 26 others who will maiked bandit
Ground Md., June 26 germinating seed. Then presto I J' .the'
you'll notice roots graduate with second lieuten- .
During the nine-month course emerg- 1 ::r:,:::: TECHNICOLOR
a;
ant commissions.
from the
1 1t' instruction in all ing bottom of the seed
Rudd Gas Water Heaters he received of Army Ordnance and into the water. Eventually a Students In the OCS pro- M/S nrarv Atlifntur*!
areas
shoot will rise from gram attend two summer sessions -
trained in supply and main green a ,,:m 1IlI ""

t',"' 1"heats wafer 3 times faster! was tenance operations.He former cleft seed in into the seed.a plant Growth is a of con-the weekend, plus training participating classes In dur-12 I!!:: u THE wIND'S'UN. .

is married to the versation piece in itself" Dr. ing the year. If they complete rn-,- erT
Mary Dugger of Starke.
t Rivers OfLOW Hot Water At McFadden said.According the training and pass all '''-' -
t to the horticulturist tests, they are eligible for com- ., MON., TUE$.
''w> there's enough stored missions in the Florida National !
20 21 22
'
JULY ,
s< .",j ]LOW COSTIt S. SGT. JOHN MILLER food in the seed to maintain the Guard providing there I M w coiotiUMEIION .
CITED BY AIR FORCE plant in water alone until the are vacancies. Those not accepting o.I MITCHELl
leafy shoot exceeds foot in MIUTA AA'lMOND ANNE HELM ?.
one gAl1ADINE
commissions can renew IOHN I
: For From Youry :
: Pay Staff Sgt. John M.. Miller height. their eligibility at two ILAL.y4
't "; son of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Once the roots begin to fill year intervals until age 28.
UiilitPURCHJ: Savings Miller of Starke. recently received the glass container. Dr. Mc- This year's graduation exer- __.'."'>0''..,_,,_,_",,..""""""",.,,?_,,_,,___, ,,__,,,'';, ,.........
\SED FOR the Air !\fedal. 3rd Fadden said It's time to care- cises will be held at 10 a.m. SUN.MON.TUES.WED.JULY
through 8th Oak Leaf Clusters fully plant the young tree in Sunday July 27, with Maj. Gen. .
In ceremonies at Shepard Air soil. If the plant is to be Robert A. Ballard as guest 20212223DOUBLE
$2.00 Per Month Force Base, Texas. kept indoors a container with speaker.
Sgt. Miller who served a year bottom drainage can be filled FEATURE
on Econpmi teal Slade Gas in Vietnam received the Air with a potting soil mix. The Dove Bag Limit
Medal clusters for meritorious young tree can be planted out- It'sa RING.A.DING
CALL :NOW achievement while participating doors In south Florida, Raised To 18 WAITDISNEY LAUGH AFFAIR! + .
in aerial flight from May 13,
SLADE GAS 332 W. MADISON 1968 to Feb. 15, 1969. He was For Next Season ".
cited for exhibiting outstanding conditions. *-"" '
PHONE -
964-7701 tremely hazardous -
t AL '-- '-------"-
airmanship successful accomplishment and courage in the of Sgt. Miller resides Wichita has The been daily increased limit for from doves 12 S:) The -, :: STARTS NEXT WED.

important missions under Falls Texas with his wife the t' JULY 23
ex- former Anne Matthews of to 18 per day for the 1969- PARENT

Starke.. and their two children 70 season according to announcement Showtime 7:30:
by the Game &
TRAP!
Kevin and Mary Anne. Fresh Water Commission. In new screen splendor...
Staff Leon G. Wilkerson,
Sgt.
Hunters will again have a The most npirtiirrrter nt
son of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. '
Technicolor'
season as follows 3 !
three phase
of Route 1
Wilkerson I. Lawtey. 4
Oct. -
DowntownOn is on duty at Udorn Royal Thai : 1st phase 15 DAVID SEI Nov. -
2nd
AFB in where he is Nov. 2; phase
Thailand
TheSquare Nov. 30; 3rd phase Dec. 13- : I
assigned as an automotive repairman PLUS: !
with a unite Jan. 6.Hunting. .
I
gran 1
of Gainesville Pacific Air Forces. A_ will be allowed from -
uate of Bradford High School, 12 noon until sunset of each open !
he previously served at Pat- day.The \,'(\ \P'P 1m in o.ODB1T''"
rick AFB in Florida. Increase in bag limitis ,
SemiAnnualStocktaking Sgt. Bill H. LIneback whose one step in a continuing wild-
wife Is the former Carol Gardner life research program and during DOli JoT
of Keystone Heights, is the next two years wild- l J
assigned as a personnel spec- life biologists will study results wmaer
ialist with the Pacific Air ( if any) on the dove pop The .....J; ARK(GABLE; arT'a
Forces at U Tapao Airfield ulation. Previous research has .- .Y Academy
in Thailand. He was pre- indicated a normal 70 to 80 1' INCTANT 11 "r T@CHNICOLOR'IIILN MKH: (; Awards

viously stationed at unit Head- per cent annual mortality in LESLIE 11011:111)Iegle : { )
quarters with the 10th Air doves whether they are huntedor ')4N .4r r 'ONAuT
Force in Missouri. not. The increased bag lim- N Nlfl 1lN f .f fRfl HWhjItr1I., ,,, 4.TR!] (OLIHAdcILVYILIANDSTEREOPHONIC) \
it is expected to provide additional l I,ll Il. 'tli.;' '-.rA'-AI' O.., '''''f SOUND
METROCOLOR An MOM R*nqn i *
Information without .
JacbonviIleBusiness damaging the overall dove .'" '" - ... "-J _
population Game Commission
officials say.
Other dates and bag limits "I
for migratory bird hunting Includes -
ClearanceStarting the season for rails
(marsh hens) gallinules and .'
woodcock. \

Directory tember The rail 1 and season continues opens through Sept- \. '/<:: .' ; ,, >4

November l >;
9. The limit for .-(
clapper and king rails is 15 'il << t J i

Auto Sales and Service per day with a possesion of /. "tJ. I" ,
30. Sora and Virginia rails '
Parrish MotorsSALES are limited to 25 per day and
Monday possession.A : \

total I of 15 Florida and pur-
ple gallinules may be taken :

JULY 21 SERVICE fARTS VOLVO_ per day is two and days the bag.possessionlimit ,1

AT9:30A.M. Woodcock hunting season tL

opens November 1 and continues 1 ts4
Always Good Used Cars-
through January 4. Dally bag
921 Laura St. Ph. 356-5654 limit is 5 with a possesion
limit of 10.

The seasons for waterfowland jl
KT-FPTRir MOTORS snipe will be announced later ,-+


Save '/ '/ '/fe & MoreTHis PEAVY Electric Brothers Co., Fish as received& Wildlife regulation from Service.frameworksare the U.S. L\ i .4




Electric MotorsSold '
E e fW'
Serviced Repaired
Generators Starters Armature


is a store wide clearance sale, when Rewinding_014 Lenox Jax: 387-2528 3R :: ,


Wilson's cleans house of odd lots, broken PIANOS YAMAHA PIANOS .', R c *


CONN and KIMBALL Nit

sizes & color ranges and manufacturer discontinued ORGANS st it ,ti --



styles, so shop early while selec- .:. GOOD FOR YOUR HOME I GOOD FOR YOU e I


tions are good. w Electric Reverse-Cycle Air Conditioning

.y delivers carefree comfort all year round.


KIHBALL "SWINfiER"
SHOPWILSON'S. ORGANS It's wonderful how many good things happen when you live with Nameless

Roosevelt Mall-388-8319 electric Reverse-Cycle Air Conditioning. Summer appetites perk up.
The whole family sleeps more soundly even on humid nights. Come winter,

you banish chills with a twist of the wrist
WESTERN STORE
Best of all, you do it all the fla;leless electric way. The clean way so that
your furniture and drapes look their bright best all the time.There's no match
LITTLE DUDE for the clean comfort of Reverse-Cycle-the year-round air conditioning.

OF GAINESVILLE Ask your air conditioning contractor or electric appliance dealer.

Western Store SHAPELY-Textured and bril Eleven rate reductions sine 1957! The average price paid per kilowatt
liantly printed cotton Inter. hour by FPL-served families today is one-third less than it was in 1957.
'
'II WNtern Clothlnj Leather Waistline prets summer's "bra" dress. There's no match for flame less electric. .
Monday Saturday 9-.30A M. 9 P. M. food. Saddles and Trailer shoulder straps cut-outs are stylish and tiny de-

Charles Sharon. Patty f I tails of this design made from 1 APL.
803 9. E4i WOod |84-UU Simplicity Pattern 8194. Fabric
... ..
from Singer Centers. -....-r4u. ...a..uwr.no.'r..vww.w .

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ruruL In Shoreline Dispute

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I r-Keystone Hilites- ,* ,., Back Up Lake Property OwnersIf

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B*" JIM FOX you are a lake-front property > '........"'-r-: ._ _4r

Pfe.M Phone In Your It... 473-414& owner, does your lot expand r 'M..i, r ..r..lttt: ; fr. ;',f'. k'
and contract with the risIng -

or receding water line or

ROTARY CLUB NEWS tables were awarded prizes. does it have fixed boundaries?

Conditions prior to, during There were 250 guests who If you are on a "meandered"lake
and following the Cuban Rev- signed the register at the KOP and the water recedes. do

olution: under the leadership Art Show, held in the Municipal you or the state own the new '_ _
of Fidel Castro, were described Building for the past two beach created by the low lake ; .: w' '- It I-- I
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at the Rotary Club last Fri weeks, according to the chairman level? t
day by Cordon E. Baker of Mrs. Henry Schuber. Property owners on Lake G3-: ii? '

Lake Geneva.Mr. Mrs. Schuber and her co- neva thought they: owned this

Baker was an official chairman, Mrs. Ralph Barker \ "no man's: land" when some of
with the United Fruit Company wish to thank area art- them were told by the Game &

and reminaed in Cuba ists for their 72 entries, the \ 1 Fresh Water Fish Commission

during the first year of Cas- Council for the use of the that the state claimed the lake _
tro's regime. Aided greatlyby building, Herb Williams and bottom of all meandered lakes 'r. ..._ 4 $_. )

his knowledge of the Spanish Henry Schuber for transporting up to the high water mark; and

language, he understood the frames, Mrs. Eldon .the "upland owner" had no _
many of the underlying issues Kimmons, who acted as fin- right to clear off the new beach

relative to the revolution.The ance chairman, and Mrs. Cha- area created by a falling lake
speaker was Introducecby rles Newman and Mrs. Joseph \ ...
level.
his nephew, William E. Daurer, who were art coordinators This ultimatum has createda

Baker. for the show. for many Looks Good But State No
Mrs. Schuber wishes also to serious problem Says

FISH FRY thank the members who ser- property owners on Lake Geneva -

This is a special reminder of ved as receptionists for the and other meanderedlakes Miller (swim trunks) and Baker look over line Is shown In the foreground. :Miller Is

the Rotary sponsored Fish duration of the program. :.., : who. according to this In- the cleared beach at Miller's property, which a sergeant in the Jacksonville Police Department
.
Fry to be held at Keystone .j"\. terpretation of the law must he said previously was as overgrown as ; Baker Is the Lake Geneva postmaster.
HERE N' THEREMr. ; stand by and watch a wide area the land shown at left. The high
Beach starting at 5:15: Friday enter (Sun photo by Sam McGaney)
July 18.Funds. and Mrs. John Klein and :.f of new beach grow up In weeds

received from the din- daughter, Barbara, and James and underbrush hindering their remains the boundary: and a Tyre) was requested by Dallas mark. This would arpear: to :'oe
will be used to cover expenses Perry, of Baltimore, Md., are easy access to the lake and with the Trustees !)-
ner Norma Valldejuli Becomes Bride deed describing the lot by number Gray, an engineer In conflict with t'l! ? Supreme
guests this week of Mrs. Klein'sparents creating unsightly view.
an
of the lesSons
swimming conveys: the land up to such of the Interral Improvement Court decision fixing; a lot
which will be Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Of John Martin In William's CKurcK From a layman's standpointnot
completed St.
dredge-
shifting water line so that in Fund, to stop a : boundary at the water line. no
Friday afternoon. Awards will Barker.Mr. ( taking into consideration view of accretion, the waterline and-fill operation at Smin:>le matter how much it fluctuates.:

be presented following the fish and Mrs. Emil Miller, St. William's Catholic Churchwas sonville: Bruce Moon, Gaines- all the legal problems of con- if named as the boundary, Ridge Subdivis'on! on the east A meandered lake I Is one in
with Sheriff Jennins Mur- of Gibbstown, N.J., are visiting beautiful flicting and amblgloras!
fry, the setting of a ville; Jim McMurtry and Steve surveys continued to be the boundary shore of'Santa Fe Lake. which the lake bottom was not
rhee as emcee.Instruction their former neighbors and summer wedding on. Saturday, Shackleford., Keystone MeightsJohn : state laws) it would seem thnta and a deed of the lot carries Gray said that Senate Bill 84. actually surveyed at the time

for the lessons friends, Mr. and Mrs. Kyle July 12, at 7:30: p.m. Mis' Nor Valldejull and Mike Vall U. S. Supreme Court decisionis all the land up to the water passed by the: 1969 Legislature, section lines were run. The lines!

were( provided by staff mem- McMurtry.Mr. ma Mayela Valldejuli daughterof dejuli, brothers of the ,bride. on the fide of the harrassed line." extends to fresh! water lakes the terminate the water's edgeat
bers of the local YMCA Camp and Mrs. Harold Law- Mrs. Jorge M. Vall property owner. The Court has near
Mr. and The bride's mother wore a Among the property owners same regulations on establishment meander line, where the
returned home last week a
Immokalee. rence bride of Rob ruled In the case of Jefferiesvs
dejuli bcame: the short, sleeveless fitted sheathof of bulkhead lines whichwere
on Lake Geneva! who have been went around the lake
following two week vaca- surveyor
TEEIN'G OFF! tion trip a in Punta- Gorda and ert Jorn Martin. son of Mr. aqua blue crepe topped by a.seethroul"h East Omaha! Land Co. that: affected by the new "c ase andderist" already in effect for salt instead of surveying through! it
and Mrs. E. T. Martin. Key: coat of aquabluelace "Where the water line Is the It that the
water lands.
provides
other resort spots In Florida. order Is J. E. Miller. Property:: owners on such lakes
Junior Golfer Bret Cole won stone Heights.The with long sleeves ending ina boundary of 1gIven lot, that who county commission in each '
Mrs. Lawrence's sister, Mrs. cleared a widen w beach usually have deeds g'ving! them
the weekly tournament oltTues-of A. J. Read of Punta Gorda, bride, given In marriageby short ruffle around the wrists. line no matter how It shllts. area that was created when the Florida county may establish title to the water's edg2.

day with a Cole low gross the score Cal- accompanied tne Lawrences to her father, wore a long fit- On her head she wore a small lake level dropped about( four the bulkhead line, subject to approval On lakes where section lines!

41. Clay won Ft. Lauderdale, where they ted A-5ine) gown of white silk whimsy of aqua blue net top- by Trustees of the Inter- were extended on through( the

loway.Fran Chesslngton and Huntley toured the Queen Elizabeth, and organzi with appllqued flowers ped with matching flowers and feet.An officer of the Florida: nal Improvement Fund. lake owners usually have title

low net in the trimmiig the high neckline, accented by a touch of green Game Commission recently ordered Miller, along with W. E. (Bill) to property extend'ng' out to
Bedfearn were then up the East Coast to St. front. The detachable -
and dress
bodice, leaves. Baker and his father Tracy
18-hole Best Ball of Blind Part. Augustine. him to stop on the a point in the lake. Brooklyn
ners KOP Tournament held at After short train was accented The groom's mother wore a grounds that the newly exposedarea Biker went before the Clay Lake is 1n th's clas. .so: prop-
a visit with the with embroidered trim, as was fitted A-line dress of candlelight belonged to the County Commission recentlyand undisouted
the Keystone Golf & Countrj Lawrences in state and erty owners have an
'!. Club Tuesday, July 8. En- Read returned Keystone with the, Law-Mrs. the hemline of the gown. The yellow silk and linen accentedby that Miller! or any other! prop- asked the board to establisha right to clear their property as

trants In the tournament werE rences to Tampa where short full veil was attached to beige lace on the bodice. erty owner, had no right to do bulkhead line for their prop the water recedes with the
they
allowed to use their full hand visited over the weekend, with flowers matching those on the She also chose a mall whimsyof biological damage to the land: erties on Geneva. They requested only trouble arising! from passi:

icap. their son and family. dress and re-embroidered with yellow net decorated by which could affect marine that it be set at the low- ble conflicts with convening!

Second low net was won by SSG and Mrs. Leland O. Oliver seed pearls. The bride carrieda small bows. growth.In water mark which would give lines of other property ownersas

Ruth Moore and Mel Taylor. and four children,of Wichita nosegay of baby breath. yellow Both were corsages that complemented explaining his position. them the right to fill or clean they extend on into th lake.

Fran Chesslngton was medal- Falls, Texas, and Sgt. Ol- sweetheart: roses, and pale blue their ensembles and Miller sold he was merely clear- new beach area. It Is a complex problem at

ist for the ladles and R. T. iver's grandmother, Mrs. daisies. which were gifts from the Ing off the land to rid it of vegetation In the case of the Seminole best, and the only permanent

Mock was medalist for the men. Lucille Wohlford, were recent Miss Roxanna Valldejuli, groom. _J' which harbored: rats Ridge subdivision Ownbey ap- solution may be a lengthyand -

Winners were awarded gift guests of Mrs.Oliver's parents, sister of the bride, assisted as The church was decoratedwith mice snakes, and frog, as well peered before the Bradford exoenslve court action

certificates.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wright. the maid of honor. She and the arrangements of multi- as! ob tructlng easy recess to County Commission and asked establishing!! the disputed rightsof /

Kenneth Liggett was The following are accounts of four bridesmaids were Identically colored summer flowers and the water the board to .set a bulkhead line private property owners! and

chairman for the sandwiches bridal parties for Mrs. John attired In long sleeveless palms. On the other hand the Game for the Ott Corporation propertyon the! state, once and for all.
and dessers served during tin Martin. the former MUs Nor- gowns of white ribbed ottoman.' After the ceremony guests Commission! interested In con Sinta Fe. The Board took

tournament.On ma Valldejuli, which we just The gowns with empire waists were Invited to a champagne __1 servation of wildlife, foreseesa the request under advisement

Sunday afternoon, July 13, received the news concerning and full gathered skirts featured reception at the new Woman's time when the like level will pending an opinion by its attorney KEYSTONEHEIGHTS

'the totiiirimmfttee! oi these events. short bolei. Jackets jtrhrtnied Club of Keystone Heights. Sum- ,-'I--,1I,I.. .. 11 i .t.. :,,\'ertn1t.the; d*riiil-! T. A. Yawn. The Commissioners -
the Keystone Golf Club spon- Mrs. Al Watson, assisted by with small braid and full collars.
mer flowers of various colors ed beach area, and there will be plan to visit the Seminole
sored a 9-hold Blind Bogey her daughter, Aggie, gave a They wore white organdy decorated the bride's table, Beasley-Moon no vegetation around the edges Ridge property at 3 p.m.

Ladles Choice. There was a bridal luncheon for Mrs. Mar- garden hats with appllqued flowers punch table and the cake table. ToldMr. to accommodate fish and other Monday, July 21, for an on-slte
tie for low net with scores of tin, members of her wedding centered with seed pearls Cutting the cake were Miss Lorraine Engagement wildlife in the lake. inspection.

42 posted by Alex and Mary party; and their mothers, at her scattered on the brim and Dey. Keystone Heights, Residents Ownbey and his partners have
of
Brokas and Everett and Jean and Mrs. M. L. Beasley, Geneva nre not
home on June 17. Mrs. Watson ribbon streamers
satin
white and Miss Bridgett Stark.! Vero the only stopoed work on their development DIRECTORYRABY'S
.Fox. Christine Brokas and Mel of Tallahassee, formerly of Key. ones affected by (hestate's
presented Mrs. Martin with a down the back. They carried
Beach. Assisting at the punch claims although they have already -
in second with a the en- Back in April,
Taylor came silver dish as a remembranceDf white baskets of multi-colored table stone Heights announce
45. Ruth Moore and Bobby Will- the occasion.On short were Miss Sandy Craven. gagement and approaching the Ott Corporation: Ill L. filled! in and sold about 50
flowers and wore
lams were third, followed by June 28, Mrs. O. J. Mur- summer white gloves, trimmed with tiny Henson Tallahassee, and Mrs. Cheryl marriage of their daughter, Ownbey Roy Tyre, and Paul lots in the subdivision.! Ownbey! AUTO

Dutch and Evelyn Heise as fourth rheee, Sr., Mrs. O. J. Mur- seed pearls. The ''hats and the Quincy. Greeting Marian Ruth to Bruce: Wayne said that his company hasa SERVICE
guests at the
place winners. rhee, Jr., and Miss Delores gifts from the door and keepln-r Moon son of 'Mr. and Mrs W. Services Held deed from the Pearsall estate

Following the tournament a Murrhee were hostesss fora bride.gloves The were four bridesmaids Included the Hankin guest! book was Miss Kathy L. Thomas of Gainesville. For C. J. Tillman giving them title to the land to Complete Auto RepairsAir
social hour and covered dish kitchen shower honoring Mrs. Jacksonville. They BI'eall 'Miss Beasley graduated from "the low-water mark" They Conditioning Repairs
Miss Linda Anthony
dinner were enjoyed by the Martin. The 25 guests were Invited sorority! sisters of the bride. Bradford High School In 1966 Of Keystone were dredging and filling in theproperty
Miss & Automatic Transmission
Pat Shaughnessy,
Mlss After the :
and their guests. reception the couple
participants to call at the appointed and attended Tallahassee Jun- to the present water
hours at the home Mrs. O.J. Delores Murrhee and all Miss from Marian Key left on a short wedding trip to ior College She Is a member' of Claude J. Tillman! 71, of Key- line when requested by Grayto Service

KOP ACTIVITIES Murrhee, Jr. The hostesses stone Height Fort Lauderdale. They will resIde Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity's stone Heights died Wednesday, atop work until the matter. PHONE 473-4404

There were 12 tables of bridgeat presented the honoree with a Beasley, Tallahassee. best in Tallahassee where the Crescents organization, and Is July 9, in the Gainesville VA could be settled. Little Lake Bedford
Richard Martin served
as
the KOP card party held at seafood groom is employed while the Ownbey said that he and his
casserole and platter. for his brother. Ushers employed in the office of State Hospital after an extended illness -
man bride
the clubhouse on Thursday On Friday evening, July 10, Included David Schaeffer. Jack- at finishes her senior year Comptroller. Born in Appling County partners had no desire to violate BEAUTY SHOP

afternoon, July 10. Membersof Mr. and Mrs. E.T.Martin host FSU. Mr. Moon graduated from Ga. on August 2, 1897 he was a the law and were acting -
the Woman's Club and their ed a rehearsal dinner for Mr. Florida State University In retired building contractor, a within what they considered KEYSTONEBEAUTY

guests enjoyed a salad lunch- and Mrs. John Martin and members Thomas-Crawford June, and plans to return to veteran of World War I, and a their property: rights. He does

eon prepared and served by of their wedding party, at NEWS NOTES graduate school at FSU. lie was member of the First Baptist not think that they are disturb- SHOPXDITH
Mrs. Earl Voyles and her com the Gainesville Wedding PlannedMr.
Golfand Country a member of Lambda Chi Alpha Church of Keystone Heights. ing any fish spawning areas

mI ttee. Club. By Helen Cflan fraternity, and majored In Surviving are his wife, Helen or doing anything else that. JOHNSON Owner
Winners at the individual Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Curtin and Mrs. Ralph Lesley Personal and Creative Hair Btylkic -
Marketing. He Is a member of Tillman, of Keystone; a stepson, would upset the balance of wild-
of Beardstown 111. and Thomas of Orange Park an Krerr: Form of Beauty
their
,
the Florida National Guard Samuel D. Poster, In the U. S. life in the lake. Culture "
"IUN.-
granddaughter, Miss Kathy nounce the engagement of theii at. 9-5; closed
DRAGLINE WORK'BULLDOZING MARRIAGE SOLEMNIZEDMrs. : Armv Medical Corps: three half Ownbey !said/ that! the only objection tfOD IG'.
Curtin of Champaign, 111., are MJtta Mitchell Loebeckand daughter LeIth Scott to Troj Wedding plans ate set for Sep- brothers L. V. Todd, Austin. stated by the state offi-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Eugene Crawford also of Orange First Baptist
EARTHMOVING Martin and John Franklin Kersey were tember 27 at the Texas; W. F. and Auburn Todd, cials concerning the work being BUILDING MATERIAL
family. Mrs. Cur- Park of Mr. and Mrs
son .
tin is Mr. Martin's united In marriage on July 7 by Church, TallahaSee.plans both of Atlanta Ga.; three sister done by Ott Corporation was HARDWARE

r CALLBig Mike and Johnny sister.Valldeiuli County Judge Thomas J. RiversIn James B. Crawford, of Jackson !*. Mrs. Minnie Mackerv. that m_. thpv_!,,_ wpro no. ""_ftt/j._,_..o.rincy. .Hffnr..un

Chief left for a visit with Green Cove Springs. Mrs. ville. Jacksonville; Mrs. Naomi Rea- al land." The dictionary define! BROOKLYN
HeavyCon.lruction family
Miss Thomas the grand. to leave some time later
and friends in Puerto 'Wco Thomas Rivers and her daughter gin, Atlanta: and Mrs. Trudy "littoral zone" as the intervalon
daughter of William Lee Reyn for her son's home.
on Sunday. Mildred attended the cou- Pone, Las Vegas Nev. a seacoast (or lake) between SUPPLY HOUSE
I Inc. olds and the late Mrs. Reynold William Pinon was taken Ill
Mrs. Bill Belote and chil- Funeral serv'ces were held at high water and low water Lumber Plywood Builder's
ple.The of Keytone Heights Is a grad on their return from Leroy
Palatka! 325-14,76 dren, Suzie and Kenny, returned new Mrs. Kersey was employed 10 a.m. Saturday In Jones Funeral marks. Hardware Roofing She trock _
uate of Orange Park High Kan. and hospitalized. In
> hom. Saturday after a visit as! clerk-typist for the U. was Horns, Keystone Heights. According to thoe contactedby Paneling Paints Insulation
School and Is attending !Flor- Alachua General where he underwent -
-- I S. Army Records Center In St. Interment was In the Keystone the Game Department officials Tools Electrical &: Plumbing
ida College of Medical and Den- We are glad
surgery.
Louis, Mo., her native state. Heights Cemetery. the State is now claiming Supplies.
tal Assistants.Mr. that he is able to be about
I She retired in 1963 and moved psflrrrs ssr4flS assnMELROSE ownership of all meandered Hwr. 21 N. of Keystone 473-4886
Crawford attended RobertE.
to her present home on Crystal again. Jake' up to the high water
I Lee and Orange Park High
Todd Givens. of Keystone
Lake.Mr.. Kersey Is a native of Schools and Is presently employed Club Estates ha* been a patient .- CONCRETE PRODUCTSFOR
In Jacksonville.The .
Chicago. 111. and was In the at Bradford County Hospital -
wedding will be eventof KEYSTONEDRIVEIN
an
milk and dairy business for 22 for the past week. :Mrs. By Joyce RowensgsrsnsssssssrrSr
late August in Grace Epis- CONCRETE PRODUCTS
years. He retired In 1959 on Givens is attempting to arrangefor
copal Church, Orange Park. CALL, OR SEE
moving to Florida. their move to Millican Mobile
The couple will reside In Mrs. Home Park. Mr. and Mrs. Jes BIckel Edward's Building

Kersey's home on Crystal Lake. A report was received that spent the weekend with friends Inc.
I Both are members of Keystone- Day for July 24 has been can- Mrs. Mary Wilcox's brothers ia in South; Florida.Mr. Supply,
celled. Next week's column will and Mrs. Bcbby Tison of 726 S. MAIN 372-1844
'Melrose American Legion Post not doing very well. Fri., Sat. July 18, 19A
give details of the luncheon Gainesville visited his! parents, Gainesville, Florida
Hallmm
I 202 and are active In Its activities Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
meeting and future plans for the were called out of town suddenly Mr. and Mrs. Dock Tison re &It' *) J CAlM[ UIilJS

---: I They have requested that August 14 meeting. Superintendent by the death of Mrs. Hallman's cently. it 1 '" '1 !est1'ltt"I'' '1 NURSERY *

;.!.. friends omit gifts since they M. B. Jordan and his assistant brother-in-law In the Carolina Miss D'bbleCopeland spent : .
:. I Stanley Crawford. will last week In Palatka with her f c 0. "
have a household of worldly *. ; 14 O.C. Carnes Nursery
........:< I goods.! be guest speakers. Member of Claude Tlllman passed awayon grandparents, Mr. and :Mrs. 1f/t.'OfIkl J: :
the club are urged to circle George Copeland. Diana and ) Thousands of plants
FELLOWSHIP CLUB July 9. and sympathy is extended -
Drive In To Bank The Easy I The previously reported Game your calendars for August 14. to his wife Helen, who Donna. also spent a few day 1 't,'VPLUIMU ilMf.. Fruit Trees-Shade Trees
in store!
treat
There's a ministered to him for more with their grandparents recently. -
I EXPRESSIONS OF CHEER ",."_....... I Evergreens
with Mrs.: :Belote's l parents, Mr. than a year. Their son. Samuel, OJ Camellias & Azaleas
and Save Time and TroubleNo and Mrs. Crosby, at their summer Keystdners! have had more of the U. S. Army from Port Mrs Bernice Gano recently Sun.,, Moo., Tue.
CANS
Way IN
MOST ALL
than their share of Illness
accidents -
home In Foley, Ala. Richey, Va. Is unending sometime spent four days In Micanopywith July 20, 21, 22 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wallace and sorrow in recent with his mother. her cousins :Mr. and :Mrs. PLANT ANY TIME: -

parking problems, no parking fees! You can entertained two sisters from weeks. Sympathy and best wishes Mrs. William Beam, Sr. sends Rudolph Crld r. .. Beautiful Roses -

time trouble and do Jacksonville, Mrs. R. A.Wells, for quick recoveries are extended greetings to all her local Mr. and Mrs Jerry Stinson LandscapingPhone
money banking
save your
and Mrs. Isabelle Edwards, last to all. friends. She and Mr. Beam are and family will be enjoying 1cDiE
deposits or withdrawals quickly easily weekend. Mrs. Walter Byron suffered a visiting friends and relatives In their vacation this week. 659-2165

with our drive-in service.KEYSTONE Bingo enthuslsasts are reminded fall two weeks ago and although their former home at Ocean Mrs. Mildred Dennett of Ft. ; NIGII1 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on

that sessions are held no bones were broken Grove N. J. and are enjoyingthe Lauderdale recently visited her Hwy. 100 at Florahome
at St. William's Catholic the bruised ligaments and blood change of climate and a son-in-law, and daughter. Mr.

Church on Friday evenings at vessel have prevented her from good rest from their labors of and Mrs. Richard Moore. USED CARS
STATE 7:30, and at the American Legion walking much. Mr. and Mrs. Vlrgle Rowe
service here.
BANK Hall on Saturday eveningat Mrs. Frank Price burned hT visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wed., Thurs. July 23, 24 Hanka Used Cars

Member ,..D c. foot severely and has been on Mrs. Nettle Smith left shortly Welland in WlllUton last week. 'Ifl
K:. UHMT 8.Both I
*
T 1IIfPb. Fla. games are open to the the disabled list for several after the wedding of her granddaughter Several of the boys In Boy li Bid CASH DISCOUNT

.nr Frlemdlr huOc In You """ public. weeks. the former Carol Scout Troop 109 are enjoying TERMSBUY
1. Rev. and Mrs. William Mm. Marie Chapman Clody. Warren, to soend several weeks a week of scouting at Baden ... )- SELL TRADE
c-.t-? Breyfogle were weekend guesta of Larson Mobile Home Park. with friend*. and relatives. In Powell Scout Reservation near .
of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Brokas has been confined for nome her native city of Clifton Forge. aT. 1. BOX M
- --- -- Continued on Next Pace .. \ JlW7. lot S Mile S.
( I Sfauto
and family. time with a foot injury. She Ga. ..fMllI"-.... M Us lsj Vtwf J *

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flSSrflrrtflrssrrnsfl PERSONALS: Beach, where the Putneys are
Mr. and Mrs. John
Dempseywill Mrs. \v. I". Moore during the
Mr. and Mrs. I II.! E. Priest vacationing.
\) move to Milliard onThursdjjy \ -
MELROSEBy attended the marriage of Miss Friends are pleased to know week.
J\ VOICE of thoSPORTSMAN LAWTEYBy where Mr. Dempsey Is em-
;I) Sandy Perry and their nephew, that Jody Starling who was ployed. The women of \
young Mr.
Donny) Williams at Parkview wounded In Vietnam and has and Mrs. Lowell Par-
Jc \ the Church them
j a going
.Toyco RinveI gave
ElIZa Blanchard Church in Lake City rish of
HapUst spent some time in Walter Heed picnic at Gold Head Parkon Worthington Springswere
away
::: I \Mly, MIKE CIHTTY r csrrnflflnsnnflnFrom -flSSSSflarpsesrfl sflCIIIIIIUII last I'riday night. The groomis Hospital, is at home with his Sunday afternoon. We will! guests last Thursday of

,... from Wellborn. parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. L. miss the Dempsies. \Mr. and :Mrs. A. D. Dobbs.On .

I Proceeding Page] Mitchell Brown attended the Starling for two weeks. At Debby Andy and Randy Andrews Saturday, the Dobbs had
t ,
ACI'lVE'Il.SCrave :
- - -... annual deep sea fishing party ,
...,.-, the end of his visit he will return of Wildwood are visiting their grandson, of Jacksonville -
; United Methodist Sunday
I ill I 'p..rls I'.ins, Imiiuj J>ny the largest, : one wctaliiiiK. !f Ibs. Mi-tuvc" thin wi'i'k The boy School .)::45 a.m., Worship: given Co.by Security for their salesmen Life Insur-at to the hospital for more I their. grandparents: and as a visitor.Bobby's .

luck' I h.iM-n't I been l.Uely( and on Saturday; inoniiiin they will bo busy cooking.( c.iuipliiK: ; services II Choir ance treatment.Mr. ......
a.m. prac- llamada Inn in Panama City -
\CMMone Know (that's been c.intlit; % seven, llict.ticvsiwcigli- out. mining badl e". n nil ullitT tice ) followedby and Mrs. John Morris of . .. .

lIa"l'I": :,I I boon c.UcliliiK'em. iiiK. <6 j Ibs. activities comifctfd! with Scout MYI'Wednesday' meeting.MKNTliAlMISTCIIUIiCII. 7:30: last Friday and Saturday. Jackson, Ala. were visltipg Mr.

\s I s.iul. last week (lie fish Thai seems to be all\ of the ing.[ Billy SclNKMl.'llVUI, : I IS, the : I I Everett Bennett of Jackson- and Mrs. H.E. Priest and La- : Hideway *
visited his brother Dewey
ville ,
aic still I I biliiitf l c\en though* it fishing news for this week, so Scout Leader(' ( while nt camp Sunday School 9:45 mar last week.
: a.m.; Bennett, and other relativesand
so hoi .ton can't slay out week and nml B.nmy Guests of Hev. Don Denton
is until next goodbye with Donnic Martin : Worship, II a.m. and 7:30
last
: p. friends In this vicinity
there. Most;( of m>' friends, andrcl..Iil's outrei good luck! Cox: soivliiK ns Patrol: Ll'allel's.DU"I.I1' m.; Training Union 6:30: p. Jiunclav. and family over Sunday were : 1 :Mi.oith! : : \\ aIdc.; I'.S. :jfll I Phone 16S.H 113 J
habeen going Mrs. Denton's mother, Mrs.
'' iHtinc.E
!Midweek Wednes-
m. meeting !Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Futch and
CbeforedajlighOfora I Felma Facran. and children. and
I carl> Winners last work at Duplicate day 7:30: p.m.CIIUHCII children and Mrs. Mamie Futch
while, then late in (the evening BildKe weic! : Mi"! Palev visited Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Put- Mrs. Denton's grandmother" Cocktail Hour
OF GOD! Sunday : J
: :
I till I III) or II and mopping INDIAN BEACHLake 1st Mrs. Ada Lewis, all of Boyn-
Boyd nndf1'1'\ John Strnwn. School 10 a.m., Worship ser- ney Monday at Fernandina ton Beach.

up I nn (the Bass.if I want to keep place; Mrs. Gay Living-ton "nil! vice 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., .....A.. .--.A.------.. ._. __.. .__ .__ -a .a. 6 !f 5:00: TO 7:00: |
/KIIOSS I'd better correcta mistake ( Santa Fe) Mrs. Ray StaincR. 2nd place: YI'E Wednesday 7:30: p.m. .. ... :

pe.ue.from last week's column. By: Michael II. Chilly Mrs. Ray Backer and Mi"s Iv.iHillyer. HIGHLAND BAPTIST 6 TWO FOR ONE *

3id place: !Mrs Roland The monthly associational
I ncle \lfied vho caught
It
%
those u.is ID Mass in Orange Lake, Phone 475-1012 Bryan and Mrs. F. T. Hogue, sing was held at the Highland 6 Goin".ill., ', 6 4 .

Somehow the, tflSflflflrrsflrr =s 4th place. Baptist Church Saturday night 4 Mustang4 %' __
instead of Btidd> DISCOUNT + MINI SKIRT CONTEST
storv i got=: twisted when Buddy Greetings frienas, irom your ----- with Ocala, Gainesville, Jacksonville ( ,' j J

told me about it. Uncle ,Mfred wilting rolling reporter with Haiford and other neighboring Mobil Horn ,}. T

'lames Brock of Gainesville. hot news for you. WEATHER: Mrs. F. W. :Murray or Jack- Churches participating. Sales Lot MOBILE HOMES C\ + EVFR'iINESl.Y) NlfJIIT; JENTIJICTVIN.MENT

and 1 dw.iid Christmas of Lake Yep, that's the hottest word in sonville and Larry Cheshire It was all wonderful, INC ,

cm.l went to Orange Lake. the news these days. I spenta of Pompano, were weekend especially "The Servants"from 6 :' { : BY +

Mficd\ sa. s he caught a 10 1/4 couple of days in Starke, guests of !Mrs. II. T. Smith Jacksonville. There wasa HOME OF FAMOUS BRANDS

pounder and a !9) 3/4 pounder, with my grandparents Hubert and !Mrs. Ruby Wolfe. large attendance and every NEW MOON CAPELLA BRONZWOOD : THE MELODY MAKERS J

and I'du.nd: caught! 4 smaller and Palma Chitty and nearly Mr. and !Mrs. Kobert Kelly one enjoyed the singing.On 6 CONCORD 6
melted. I'm used to air conditioning Sunday, July 20, Highland
and
U.iss.lfied, Edward, Valin- \ '
!
ni\ cousin: Paul Strickland, whois and they didin't haveit and ski family visited, and their Barbara parentsII'! Baptist Church will dedicatethe 6 SEE ITTODA Y01(12= ; b--T; ;;' 4 ((1fltIay l"ridaSaturday: .

stationed in Selma :\la., sol I suffered. Even thoughI and Mrs. Charles Schmitt, last new addition of their build- 6 I Big and 'pocioul 3 bed.ooms, I J boths I
will be served t ,
Dinner on
went back that night and caught enjoy staying with my grandparents -! weekend. The Schmitts are ing. lorco closett ond, .'o.ogo POCO. Compl"y, RAF-TJ, I + : PACKAGE ITEMS JFIFTHS

:">> more. Mfred\ was fooling I was sure glad to get spending the rest of tills Sum- the grounds at noon and ded-2 6 I and co'poted Ove 800 .qUOQ toet of .., .
around with something after back home to the cooling. ication services will be at -
at their lake home. -
mer
casting l his worm out and laid Had a very pleasant surprise Well, that's all the news p.m. All neighboring Churches 6 4 LIST SALE +

his rod down, and ole !Mr. Bass Thursday afternoon in the formof for now, so here's Leeon ... 6 BRONZWOOO, 64it12,3bodroorn., 1 11 3., bothi,
jerked it out of the boat and took a call and a visit. Sid and -----..'-- -.--- Wide, Z bedroom "n's,' from $3395. 111 I 6 J Calvert Extra 5.70 4.95 j

it home with him. You fel- Joyce Forbes and son Bobbyof friends.: __ -6

1 lons better take heed of this... Jacksonville, who I lived LEEON'S CONNER When that sorta thing gets : SAVE ON CLEAN, USED MOBILE HOMES J Early Times 5.99 4.95.

with several years while attending started,
(C.iifiin's; I (east shore DuPont Orthopedic That's when all the work sure- I 1964 flEETWOOD-57, I 0-2 B R", front k'ch"n,
4
lodge "Sorry!" 6 1965 FlEETWOOD-5hI03 B.R., trot ktc'cn., Old Stag 5.40 4.29.
School, came out for a visit. ly ends. .
Satin:! 1 eX) had some good news 1966 NEW MOON-4'h 12-3 6.R.. 'ock' Ii ""II"
called. They They had been camping at Gold .
Aliene
for reported us that the Bluegills are head Branch State Park. and I had a lot of company, So, if you will excuse me, Low Down. Payment Low. Monthly Payment J. W. Dant 5.95 4.98.
So I tended to goof off. And not much comes 4 4820 NW. 13th '
bedding, and quite a few brought their camper trailer company 1441 NO'lhIC) HIE'aILL'1'.6; ) .
the weekend withus. If you ask about my poem, around > 7 5.70
were caught last week. Tues- down and spent Seagram's 4.95.

daGlen Griffin caught 11 Two of Joyce's brothers, I'll pass it off with a cough. I'll do my best to have your t .. .. .. .. . .
large Ritiegi I is. Wednesday< J.L. Stephan were with them poem r..' .... ......... .. .

C.len) caught ">, and Man Grif- till Friday afternoon. We were I was busy visiting, ole When next week's column
with
And some
fin ,md \1'\1'1 Murray caught 15 also visited by Uncle Alfred chatting rolls around.

huge ones.. I Earl :Murray was and Aunt Corine Hudson and 'ir- _ rv'' .-$!
fishing on (;.ritTin's Lodge dock a bunch of cousins including: 'j CARL BEGGS

and taught a :23!; pound Gar Norman and Faye Hamilton and I '
Ro\ C.riftin; !, guided :Mr. Zell- daughters of Gainesville, Paul ;. if BETTER JOBSPUMPS Gulf Service

ner lliursdaj, and Friday and Sue Strickland and sons

morning ,md they caught 7 of Selma, Ala., and Uncle Don <,i USED: !: PARTS
t.: : Top Prlcei for Wrecked Cr
Bas. \\ edne sdaj', Roy guided Chitty of Starke. Paul is cur- ._
24 Hour Wrecker Servloe
Dick Kentsch and they caught rently stationed in Selma in

an 8 3 '4 pounder and 4 others the U.S. Air Force. Sunday, -- Fuel Oil --

ranging from! :2 to 3 pounds. we were visited by two aunts Used Cars -

I' rida\. afternoon Roy and (Mother's sisters) Clara Sull- 1. New Innersprings USED VACUUM cleaners re- I llwy. 301 N. Waldo

Mr. ellner caught six bass, ivan of Williston, Teenie Cren- CLASSIFIED AD RATES and Box SpringsDrop : cond.tloned $15 up. 10 different'I' George E. LaRue 458-199S

shaw and daughter Joan of Gainesville NEW AND USED brands to choose from. ':
rame INSURANCE AGENCY !
------ Us A Card or CaU
; Father's cousins Otis Up to 15 words ____-- 1.23Minimum : SALES-PAUTS-SERVICE I IDl'ep Parts & excellent repairs all

and Alva Lee and son Burt, ( charge) PALATKA EA 5-9166 & Shallow Wells makes. Watson's House of I Auto fire Homeowner I ADDING :\CIIINE ROLLS.
MRS. PEGGY SMALLER I File Folders, complete line office
and granddaughters Lynetteand LIFE & ACCIDENT
Koch word over 15 _. .07 Water Softeners & Filters Vacuums 71! N. Main Gainesville
209 E. Adklns St. 8l1pplle.The Telegraph
Sheila of Campville and
my Expert Service On 376-7110. tfchg Keystone! Heights 473-4692
grandparents Hubert and Pal- Furniture Repaired I Phone 964-6305.
Extra charge If not AU :Makes
ma Chitty of Starke. paid In advance .85 Upholstered & Refinished Dir YOU KNOW lt'3 easy to FOR SALE 1965 Mustang
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Groves Plumbing; Service own a Lohgcnnmp Home? -
:MATTRESSES REBUILTStarke
MEN WANTED Men cottage Good shape, Radio, Heater.
and family, Mrs. Mary Barker Phone 964-7061 Better oullt for F' r'-la living
Memorials Resolutions Agent parerts age over 21. Startingpay a..R.. For more information see
and family and Mr. and Mrs.E. You
DURRANCE PUMP : plan or ours
HASTINGS MATTRESS month Oriffis at
$295 promotion opportunities Robert Telesraph
W. Webb and family! are staying 7 cents per word AND SUPPLY CO. YODI, lot or ours. Contact Bu- .
& UPHOLSTERY WORKS: : and regular Increases
at Griffin Lodge this week. I.
I fo d Mitchell, phone! C64ea'ii FURNITURE Refinishing upholstering -
710 Lemon In 8 hour day, 5.
St. FaUtka pay.
David Lake '
Dyal of Hampton "' .
POBox 238 :tarke cabinet work,
antiques
CARDS OF THANHS
INSURANCEAT day week, sick leave, vacations
was an overnight guest of the. -- ...... -- """ REDUCED RATES .. 0JIlIlIY.'. t1.a state .retirement If Interested, restored. to their prlgl-
Chittys Friday night. I U words or leSIi ----- .':';; MEN WANTED Laundry nal beauty. Cill. l'C. E. Jackson, '
Mrs. Jo Strandberg and AUTO. FIRE BOAT please apply In person Personnel
HURRICANE I ,0 workers Kitchen aids, laborers I 1313 MadIson!< St, Starke. Phone
Charles Louise and Paulette I Each word over 50 .07 DOYLE E. CONNER I Manager, Sunland Training Cen-
cottage watch tfchg
parents MOORE'SSUN !964-5370
Strandberg of Jacksonville INSURANCE/ AGENCY t=r. Gainesville Fla
man, cooks and clerks ground- I
visited Mr. and Mrs. Steve tchg An equal opportunity employED -
OFFICIAL Lake Front PropertiesAcreages
WARMING .keepr, truck driver. Five I
"Mclndre and in Fitzgerald SPORTS II
new son 1'1'
INSPECTION STATION day week, eight hour day. FILING CABINETS. Type I large and small
'
Ga. over the weekendand Open Dally 8 A.M.: 5:30 P. :M. I
: :tate:: retirement, vacations. writer Stands, Desks Chairs,
FOR TREE OWIIEZc
brought Mrs. Sam Butler Except Saturday 8-12 NoonHILL'S sick leave. If Interested, please Safes. Bradford County MOORE BOAT TORVOfR WAINWRIGHT Trailer Lots

back with them. apply in person Personnel MONEY AGENCYFor Homes, BusinessesS.
Telegraph.
.. GARAGEKeystone
,
Th. itflien fo I.
ncanit. ,It I II. r .. Mr. and Mrs. James Rob- Manager, Sunland TrainIng Starke Ph. 664-9791 All Your
Heavy r 01| us ond bins entertained Sunday with a Heights E.
Center Gainesville.: Fla. McKay
hus; .. wind, ...... BAIRD Insurance NeedsSpecializing
cookout > Truck load discount
their prices
honoring son and Telephone 473-4 S5:
Ut of "........ Horn own An equal opportunity employer. in
trcan .'.PO" by collingSoppt his new bride, Mr. and Mrs. .
Mobile Homes Hunter Flshl g Boats by Ca. Realtor Appraisal Service
T,.. Sur
Thit HURRICANE,include, 0 CHECK.....pl.to UP.in. celebrate this occasion were: beds. elec. guitars, amplifiers, tfchg NEW and lTSEDR.I0.12' ret Craft 12' 14' $189.00 up. Starke 964-6818 Keystone Hts. 173-4816

......o.* of property refrigerators week. DA.
your :
Mr. and Mrs. David Nantz and day or
tor ''irtibi' 0' ,.... that ... Wide I
weak or rottan and ,....... children, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. HMER'S, 96t-7923. tf-chg SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic Bradford
...,"".",.n. for 'h. ........ Poland and 1 Letters *! Numbers for inferior Gah.e.vllleGood WANTED: Used Wringer-Wash LEGAL FORMS.
lion of ...."......,., "......aTrter children Mr. and SEWING MACHINE Cleaned FAYE'S FABRICS Hiway 301 In County Telegraph. Ph.
and exterior All Quality Will cash take
I Ift no chflrq for thuiervic Mrs. Robert Strickland and use. sizes co er. pay or
.. Fur your '.onl.dncO 10 children oiled and adjusted In your lors. Bradford County Telegraph 1'a ml. north of Waldo. Open 9646305.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reasonably Priced trade en anything. DAHMER'S,
''n thi .....,. ., home. S3.00. Vacuum cleaner FrI., Sat. nights till 9. Sundays
repairs -
Sapo. ** carry Strickland and children, William tf Gainesville 378-2785 9647923. tt-Chg
#..t omplMo ''n......... Strickland, Mrs. Derrosett also. All work guaranteed. 127. Weekdays. 9-6. TFchg TIlE KEY TO .

for your protection.FRtt (mother of the bride), Mr. and Dennis E. Coggins, Phone 431- SINGER ZIG ZAG Sewing Ma- Serviced Delivered Guaranteed In Starke Area and BUY SELL. TRADE: Used WILL BUY: Used Appliances, Gracious<; Living

Mrs. Donald Williams, and Mr. 142!. tfchg Furniture Furniture. TV's. Stereos any-
INSPECTION chine In console cabinet like Appliances, Toys' Town HouseAPARTIENTS
NO EXTRA COST DAHMER'3.TO >
value.
and of
Mrs. Frank Williams of thing -
new. Sews Tools. Wimberly's Trading
& FSTIMATIS on buttons makes -
Miami. With all that help, VS 441 N. 4502() NW 13th Blvd. :
buttonholes overcasts, mono- Post, 7434 Blanding BUY OR SELL acreage in
SAPP'STREE the newlyweds should have en- iller Brown blind hems Gainesville 378-2785 tfchrf", ". Sell or Rent
joyed themselves. grams, dresses, etc. Jacksonville. this area large or small (w* 1
I
Fully guaranteed. Can be seen FurnishedII
In waterfront
also specialize
Mother went to Gainesvilleand FOR RENT-3 room furnished \
SURGEONS to your area. Full price $33.00 SEWING MACHINES I call Ogllvle. or Ullru..nhhedBuford .
picked up Mrs. Ida C. apartment Central heat. 204 property) please
Phonei 376-1766% or terms available. Write Credit Largest selections from which I Broker -
: Whitehead who has been in dO---o- W. Adklas. Ph. 964-5274. tf associate, Frank League, Mitchell
372-9538 the Gainesville Extended Care Manager 836 Casat Ave. Jacksonville to choose. Pfaff, Necchi Nelco, 958 Mikeal Ave.. Jackson- Phones

and Center Fla. 4tp 7.24 New Home. & Universal. 4 % INTEREST 765-4198 388-9875.
uu N w 61' STRUT Nursing for sev- ville. or I
eral weeks. "Welcome home Volkswagen REPAIR ALL MAKES. EXISTING MORTGAGETwo 12tchg 8-28 964-6853 9S4-67ty>
,
FOR
JAINE' VIllE HO"ID SALE-1937 Chevrolet 4 dr.
Mrs. Whitehead we know you're Clean National Sewing bed room house with large
iO"1 good cond.tlon. Cash
glad to be back New & Used SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic
!
$250.:; Paul )liv. and Din. Area, large FlorIda -
Mrs Techla McGriff and Sales Service 7655. Starling, phone 2tp 7-10 964- Maclvne! Co., Room hardwood floor masonry Letters, all sizes colors. Permanent -

construction, 1 tile bath, for use on wood, glass
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----- 1 MI. North of The Mall 611 U' University Ave. 378-13 plast c. par. 'er, metal leather. LAKE COTTAGE for rent fur-
PHOTOCOPIERS
: from $99.50to carport, big lot. Price $8.500.00
GAINESVILLEFOR nished. By week or month. Lake
County
$625. Take the $3.00000 financed with V. A., ANYTHING I IBradford
drudgery out .
N:> 900 Retirement Special -
Call after 8 ,
tf Brooklyn. p.m.
Keep It Beautiful of paper work.-Bradford County Frame bungalow 5 rooms .need!! cash for balance. I Telegraph. 1 473-3261. tfchg

Telegraph tf' i Large And Modern '
bath, porch Newly painted II EXPERIENCED WAITRESS I
If America hired, people for the job it would take the SALE Concrete blockhouse SUE- Nice fenced: lot. Juist $8.000. O.e of the nicer homes In ex- wanted. Relief shift, Good pay. SERVICE Small appliances

largest sort of army to keep our country free of litter ; 3 bedroom 1 bath, central clu ive residential section of Apply in person Longhorn 1 at Starke Hardware Co. 108 E.

But there's no need to hire anyone. It's a job we can heat & alr- ndIUonlng. Corner Please come hack I traded for No, 803 Cattle Ranch, 80 acres Staike. Pi'Ice 2300000. Need Restaurant. 301 South. tfchg Call St. Phone 9645311. tfchu

do for ourselves. All of us. Every family that spreads a lot. Phone 9645367.( tfcharTUNINCi the Chevrolet that you wanted close In. Rustic home Modern $6.500.00 ta; close Shown by appointment -

picnic lunch Every boatman who cruises the lakes and with Eston Jordan-Baldwin- kitchen -pecans and fruit. only. Will Keep children In my home I

waterways Evory motorist who uses our roads and Chev.-Olds. Jim ltp 35500. Terms. Needs Some Repair hrly., daily or wkly. Mrs. Bryan, i

Strout Realty Frame house on large lot, conveniently 314 N. Church St. 2tp 7-17
; REPAIRING
highways FOR RENT Mountain Cottagefor Broker I
Reg. .
located. You can haeit _
It 11 the pleasure of the U. S. Brewers: Association rent $40 week completely 2117 N. Temple Ave. forIOODOO. A. J. Thomas. FOR SALE _

uach year to give its fullest support to the Keep America MELODY PIANO furnished. Weeks available in Starke. Fla. Realtor. Tel. 964-5701. LOVELY 12 x SO trailer. Completely

Beautiful CampaIgn. Remember Every Litter Bit Hurts. SERVICE July. August and September. Ph. 961-6609 furnished. Carport,

This is our land Let's treat it right. R. E. Eclmondson, Star Route, porch clothesline air conditioned. -

Box: 32. Black Mountain, N. C. FOR RENT Air conditioned Large sofabed in living

UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. 28711 Phone ((7041) 609-6861. 1 bedroom furnished apartment. room. Second bedroom, single

I'ifJX\ ) V/i WINIFRHARK FLORIDA 37289 \SI J T 3tchg 7-30 CAMPERSALES Private parking. Renner Apts. bed. Kitchen and bedroom set,
633 McMahon, phone 9646279.
Nothing needed but kitchen supplies

FOR SALE Charolais calves tfchs and linen Ph. 473-4313

I Phone :3785197ainesville !> cross bred 5 to 7 mo. old. Phone FOR SALEChicken fertilizer, Itp

(.' Flu. I 96.1 J 6922. Up
I I 2920 Waldo Road lime and dolemite. Clean out HELP WANTED Responsible

Rebuilding Kefinixhinj Gainesville 376-0691 and spreading service. We de
FOR SALE: 3 BR furnished young man to do counter and

\ 'house.. 615;) W. Lafayette St. I Authorized Dealer"starcraft" I liver. W. A. Prevail, 964-6816.4tp 7.31!' outside work. High school ed-i 2nd Ave. & 2nd St. SE

.
Phone !9645838( ( night) or 782- "Dreamer"'Wheel ucatlon mandatory. Call 964-1 I
VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY. Camper" 7871. Itchg I Near The Post OfficeGAINESVILLE
318'!) (dayi 2tp 7-24 FOR SALE Clover and C06talBermud"
!MASTER Add Machlnl'with/!, : Travel Trailers Truck ': \ baled hay. Ton or
subtraction.' SPECIAL this Mare Excellent condition Campers Fold Downs FOR RENT 3 bedroom attrac.
by bale. J. B. White, phone
month only. $09.95. Ideal for II I tively furnished hcose, 513 E.
FAST Good for games!! orworking SALES & SERVICE 9046114 tfchg
home or light office work.- cius $17" no( less Ray I Washington! St. (Couple Only) ,

Bradford County Trlngiaph tf Hiyan 782-3370. lip BIRD PUPPIES FOR SALE: Gladys Harrington, 337 N. Wai-
FOR SALE '62 Dodge station nut St. tfchg FOR SALE OR LEASE 3 -
weeks-old, fine hunting stock. I
I DRIVERS NEEDED Air-conditioned, 5.000 capacity chicken 'houses
_ wnnon. powerbrakcs
FOR RENT 2 bctU'Oom hcuse, All shots and wormed. Sired by I
SEMI DRIVERS: : Expei'toncenclpful power steering/ : $100. FOR SALE Duncan Phyfe with Big Dutchman feeder and
street, field! trail stock bitch
newly uVco.niti.ul. Weldon :eglstered
but not m-ccs.saiy: Wo' rho !JIi4-H; :12. _2lcl/: / 7-17 Mahogany! drop leaf table and ;[ feeder tank Houses equlpted for
I block from iscliool. Cull 964- from registered stock: a. d fine
will train you. For local and! I 5 chairs. Phone 9646512. layers cr others. Egg cooler and
7527:; !1I.I.51U)(; Thomas steady: hunter V. R. Ferguson.Ra'ford .
nr or sec Highly Fertilized Costal Beimiida 2tchg 7-17
ovoc-the-roivd drlvlnir.: YDII' can ff.oro.ae, No reasonable icffier
R.: LewLs. II1IJ Pratt St. Md.: '! Read. UB
Hay FOR SALE H
earn $1.50) pcrhmir ami up, nft-r I' refused. Phone 473-4704. Post
short training. For. application! 2tchg 7-24 (llrbuiK.! Cheaper bohlnd bnler. POODLES Black Miniature Office, Lake Geneva, Fla,
WANTED high school student 6 weeks old. 1 male ,and 3 females. -
all dry weather
f write: Nation! Wide Safety DlWCUnr. Cutting during 4tchg 8-7
; Rental FjinUud: : Hou>e Very for Infcimntlon! ccr.tnct W. S. to mow Huns, odd jobs at AKC Reg. Shots $50 to
.. I.r 2.r W. Mrmoitil( HlvclLitkclnntl .. (
Near Schools 2 b-'tl loom runic Sherwood 9C4-6742. Itchg: Tcrena Motel. tfchg S75. Phone 9646279. Itehg
FOR RENTAir
Fla. 3IHOI: or cull 81.1-;) APARTMENT -

I roll.r,975;) 2tchtt 7-21 dwclllnu'l'I'y f nice and fullytiliIili.1iCt. ,FOR SALE RPK. Poodle with FOR SALE 14' boat with 30 PAYROLL ENVELOPES. conditioned. modern. Cou-
.
IL ( Picfi-r adults no p.'tspk'ii.sc
964 6028. h.p. motor and trailer. $300. I I Bradford: County Telegraph.Ph ple only. Gladys Harrlni'ton.1.S1 ,
SIGNS all kind!' Metal or :; A. J. Thomais Rc'.iIt.ifl.Tel. '. I,papers, $30. Phone ( N WaOnut St.

___ __ Cardboard -. The Telegraph. 904-5701/ 2tchg 7-24 Phone 964-6028. Ztchg 7-24 4-6305.. : ,

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