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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 24, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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of the school budgets deficits is revealedin

I'I'I 9l past issues of The 1965.66 Telegraph.Budget


Tn July of 1966 Casey said, "It's not a real pleasant

Or I picture." That year the budget was overexpended by

Up TaxesEither In what Supt. Tom Casey 97446. However, there was an over-collection of $44-

termed a "Hard-nosed< 225 above anticipated revenues and the Board was left

business session," scnool with a net deficit of $53,221.

use a knife to the tune of $147,000 or raise board memoers passed S-1 At that time it was said one of the major contributing

millage rates is the choice County Commission members j Thursuay nignt, July II, factors to the deficit was the withholding of

face Monday night when they will begin whittling a budget amendment cov- timber taxes due to the court fight with the timber

down 1969-70 budget requests. ering :$101,81Odeficit) for companies.
the 1968.69 fiscal year. The July 7, 1966. issue said: "Casey agreed with

Requests In operating budgets creases. County officials who v' r rmt the board that the time had come for an all-out eco
straight
This Is the fourth
totaling $746,819 have been have raises : effort in the school
gotten pay are this ; the nomy system.
: year deficit of spending by
turned in by officials and department year under increased pressureto -.h Bradford Ccunty School Syst'nvThs "Member Rodney Hall said the board had too often
That's .
heads. $169- {
345 above the $577,474 bud- ployees.seek raises Thre Is for also their the fact em- ? four board.: members, pre- been in the dark about its financial status, and asked

geted in 1968-69 in the gen- that living costs are increasingand sent ("Buster": Benntt was ,absent that a financial statement be presented for its guidance

eral, road and bridge, and fine employees are feeling the ) and Supt. Casey' expressed each month.
and forfeiture funds. squeeze In the face of only nom- deep ccncsrn about 'the situation "Casey agreed that this would be desirable and
Much of the increase has been inal pay hikes as the com- '. and ,agreed that something promised to start the practice in the new year."
forced on the county by the mission tried to hold the lineContinued ; b. j must be done to correct it.
state in bills the 1969 Florida .( on (Page (Four) Casey said the Board hasn't 1966-67 BudgetIn

Legislature passed placing the been properly Informed Ono( July of 1967, the Board borrowed $65,200 to cover -
funding; on the county level board member said they receive cash deficit in the 1966-67 fiscal
a year.
rather than at the state. For "Chinese figures," another has
Instance Bradford County has 2 refused to sign checks without The July 20, 1967, story continued : "The deficit

no choice but to come up with City eeelng a budget. was created. Casey says, from non-payment of an-

$35,000 to match employee Social The budget amendment apparently ticipated timber taxes and advance payments madeto

Security and retirement pay covers the deficit and federal programs. which will later be returned to

ments.with $15.025 It must in medical also come aid and up Races means the Board Is borrowing the county, coupled with an expected shortage in

nursing home care to indigents from 1969.70 to pay 196869. state funds which the superintendent blames on Gov.
ivJwfe the board has
"
For example
and $10,000 in salary Increasefor *$it?*** ** Claude Kirk's vetoes of education appropriations bills.
already received abut $30.000()

About county$12,000 officials.of the differ- On TapFour Newest basin dug by Ott Corp looking toward Santa Fe Lake. Dirt from Container Corp for 1965 1967-68 Budget bor-
deficit and $45,000
1966 taxes but this money came There was a $73,000 was
ence will be made up by an from the basin was used to fill in the lake tront.
increase in ad valorem taxes In after the fiscal year ended. rowed to pay outstanding bills.A .
Chairman II. A. Lawson, See July 4 1968 story said: "The superintendentnoted
resulting from the county'sshare candidates are standing ,
of a $1.9 Increase in in the starting gate far; the What Is/ Mean High Water? ber Goodman and Rodney Hall that some federal and state': funds were never
taxable valuation. That cuts Sept. 9 city elections and four voted for the amendment, given the School Board after several projects were

the Board's difference to a- others have Indicated that they which was "reluctantly" made approved. He cited one instance where a project of
bout$147,000. will enter the race. Spending two hours Monday for four months on request provement Commission ( State by Hall and. Charles Sawyer reached
County millage now stands at afternoon, the County Com- of the State of Florida which Cabinet) stating that the Ott opposed it. over $10,000 was approved and less than $5,000

6.678 mills. (School millage is THROWINGNAMES mission inspected a Santa Fe contends!' the lake front fillln Corp. has filled past the mean told Casey the board."
10.8 mills, making a county Lake lake front development'!; operation may be coveringstate high water mark. The new law Hall and Sawyer simplified The timber tax suits were also mentioned in that
total of 17.478 mills.) A mill IN A HAT!!,1RQSSE owned by the Ott Corporation lands. Gravel has been leaves establishment of the they wanted statement to see a each month story as a major factor in the deficit budget.
will be worth $46,084 for the of Keystone Heights.The taken from the two basins and mean hUh water mark to the financial '
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county.To above photo shows one 'used to fill low areas lakeward. county. The question the Brad and said that In there the school should system be- :.:.:::.:.;::.:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::;:;:;::;:::::.:.:.:::::;:::.;.:::.:.:::::;:::;:::::.:::::;::::::::::::::::::: ....
of two basins due in the Seminole Under a new bulkead law ford Commission faces just one person -
give the Commission a WOODBURN Ridge section on the which effects freshwater lakes how to go about establishingthe who can; quickly tell at any
balanced preliminary budget HUBS southeast side of big Santa Fe and streams, a report has been mean high water mark? given moment the exact financial Set For Schools
Monday night and 'still include WILLIAMS Lake. Work has been stopped submitted to the Internal ImI. situation of the school

every rquest that has been nN nii II ,. .. H. L. Ownbey, president of system.
made Clerk Charles Darby Increased wr ;,' '.' \:' \ Ott Corp. which also includes Hall called the financial, state.
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millage by 3.03 millsto .. \ 't I' + Roy and Paul Tyre of Keystone ments which the Board does $3.1 Million
9.709 for the county. Of ... \\ \, ''i It I. Heights, says a represen- get (and which he (raid It has
course, the clerk did that onlyto \ ,-", '' .I \ tative of the state indicatedhim not received for the past six
balance the budget he gave ;; the mean high water wouldbe months) "Chinese figures"

the board; it will no doubt be Two candidates' have qualified ; b : ;' : back of mall houses built, which he said are necessaryfor
less after the Commission finishes fh !butt!
on Santa Fe Lake, thus placing : the arblnistratars
for the mayor's race, in
cutting. Darby says, how- them on state property. which mean nothing to the BillA
cumbent Carl Hurst and Nolan
the five board memberswill Spending
ever, aI Ownbey, on the other hand, Board members.
really have to whack to Woooburn, owner o()f VVcdburn's: ,
\ contends since he owns the
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keep from Increasing millagein Gem Jewelry. Hurst .served on \ : 1 .,na) re' development wit: Sawyer asked a number of
face of over $60,000 in new the city council for 6li yeaxj '' .jI: r times when the board had been
taxes forced on by the state. and has been mayor since 1967. .. ,i 1\. :" n.h 3/4 miles of water front, that asked to overspend a 100000. $3.1 million budget has been 68-69 which in turn was down
; his deed gives him reparian approved by the
tentatively from the $3,263,221
"tit.. \ slightly
Most every department also This is Wcodburn's first race I He wanted to know how Casey
rights and that he owns to county school board and a public budgeted in 1967-68.
asking pay raises for county for' a public office. .} ; the He has (had the authority ,to overspendthe
low
employees, some making Former Police Chief Bill .' J..,., water line. budget hearing has been set for 7p.m. Tentative approval was given
stringent pleas as did Sheriff Sheriff Kenneth. Fuqua former ,r received no further word from "I'd say you haven't been Friday, Aug. 1. the budget Thursday night, July
P.D. Reddish who stated he city policeman, have ,turned in t. ,. the state and now had stopped properly informed," wss Cassy'sContinued The 1969 70 budget of$3- 17, at a special session of the
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constructiononthedevelop- 153,605 is down slightly from which talso tack-
Board
can't hire deputies as Jailersat .. "J", during
$400 per month and meet run their for qualifying'the chief checks of police for title the, ,h.,,.,;.t.. .-..,r.' ._... ",:' \., >." ,..: ,..'.;'kl.::r:, '. \ ment. ( on Page' Hour) the $3,205,948 budgeted for 19Grand led a $101,810 deficit for 1968-
standards set by the j ,
up now held by Bobby Blgjj. Bggj: : ; The Commission In the 69.By
Florida Law Enforcement Bur- \ ; / T state law the Board must
has: not yet indicated. whether ha ) : : :" meanwhile, Is waiting on advice
eau. The sheriff asked for assurance f ( \\0 ,, prepare tentative budget pre-
will enter the race. about its responsibilityunder
that his employees ';. ; -._ ... I pared by August 1 1.
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the fresh! water bulk-
would at least increase new ) It has until August 31 to fin
get some Jim Bowen, a former city j .
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The is
tt4tti... head. matter now being Details
from the Commissionso policeman/who Is now employedas alize the new budget.
he could use that in talkingto a mechanic. 'at TerwUegar, .. ,:....., :.. ,:: '.; f studied by County Attorney T.A. of the 1969-70 school spendingbill
'.. Yawn Jr. County Surveyor
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prospective jailers. Sev- will presumably be dIs-
Motors, said last week Jis would "
Merrill McMillan has said the
eral commissioners indicated '?' cussed at the Aug. 1 budget
.
run for Chief of Police but has I cost of establishing bulkhead
they thought at least some Increase hearing.
"withdrawn" ,and 'will be sop-
lines the entire
over county
will be sriven. Commissioners <(1-r) Norman This new budget ( which Is
porting Fuqua. for that post. Bryan, Developer II. L. could bankrupt the county. The advertised in this issue of The
Biggest increases being asked Bowen said, "I've wcrksd under Ownbey, Sanitarian Jack Traulck, Mrs. Chasteen, Hamilton Ott Corp., however, has agreedto Telegraph) includes the money
in most departmental budget him (Fuqua) and I know and Chairman Shuford inspected this filled portion of land pay those costs on the sem- transferred from this new year

requests are for salary in- (Continued on Page. Four) Ott Corp. sold which now belongs to George Graudon. inole Ridge site. to 1968-69 to offset the deficit.

I'/ I rr.: Comparison with last year's
budget shows that receipts are:
In Geneva Point Estates expected to be up at all levels,

federal, state, and local, thus

I \ Prize Due FridayIn the enabling$100,000 the from local board the new to bud take

Work Stop Asked At Trailer Park of get 1969-70 and still at $2,539,617 have Budget com-I

pared with $2,409,778lastyear.Budget .
Merchants ContestLocal
Mystery (( I Is Operating the lar-
Moving to enjoin constructionof gest of the school budgest.)
Board time to act.
a trailer park on Lake Geneva ing from First item Monday night was Zoning Board might proceedon ilities or either sell lots which the first
recommendation 1 hursday night was
On a for the Zoning Board to meet the Lake Geneva propertyby feet, the
which is being protestedby contain 20,000 square
Board, the Com- Zone Chairman of Lions District time Board members received
the Zoning
and select chairman. lie are urgedto
a partial zoning. Martin said in which the Stateof Shoppers
minimum area
adjoining property owners, will attempt to enjoin 35L, past president of copies of the budget (whichis
mission
the County Commission has attempted Clyde Simpson of Jack- turned out to be John Torode, that had been done in Alachua: Florida will allow a septic hurry to all participatingstores the Starke Lions, and holds actually composed of four
local Shell Oil dealer, who County. the final hoursof
Zon- tank to be constructed.In during
to give the new
proceeding with membership in the Masons, budgets). On June
from separate
sonville has played a prominent role "You are correct in your assumption a meeting of just the Commission the Mystery Merchants Con-
contraction of a trailer parkin Bradford Farm Bureau, and 24 a three hour work session
e I in planning the zoning ordinance that we want to pro- after the joint meetinghad test and register for the grand At
Commerce.
Point Estates on Chamber of was held but Casey worked
Geneva
which has tect ,Torode Hamilton moved of $150 In gift certificates
not been property owners prize
yet adjourned,
Lake Geneva, described as the present Mr. Woodburn is alsoan with a legal pad and blackboardand
told Martin. "It will be the to be at 4:30
GIRL SCOUT submitted to the Commission that the Zoning Board proceedwith given away :
most valuable land in Bradford officer In the Elks Lodge, board members were not
for approval. Zoning Board's recommendation Its work as soon as pos p.m. Friday, July 25, at the and is president of the Key- oresented copies.
County.
to the County commissionto sible. It passed unanimously. Chamber of Commerce office
DAY CAMP stone Aero Club.
According to E. T. Martin, Torode listened as Martin enjoin Simpson until the Torode assured the Commission on Call Street. You need not When inquires were made last
Camp NeyatlKlngsley one of about 15 Lake Geneva and several other Lake Geneva Zoning Board completes its that he has "no political be present to win. PHILLIP REDMON, a native week about details of the budget
residents who appeared to ask spokesmen explained the pro land use study." aspirations what so ever." Each of the 30 participating of Alabama, has been with Town Casey told the board that
Lake that the lake front property be lem. Martin said the county He asked for cooperation between merchants contributes a $5 Finance for five years, servingas all members would receive "a
August 47 zoned residential, lots in the would be better off classifying Torode said he, personally, the zoning board, Tax of the Bonifay office detailed breakdown on every
the
August,: 11-14 area sell for $10,000 and over. the Lake Geneva frontage feels there is a need for mobile Assessor Gene Long, Clerk gift certificate to make with up each manager before coming to Starke item" within a day or two.
'(One 8-Day Session) Homes in the area are in the in question as high class residential homes and that he has nothing Charles Darby, and the Com certificate 1 redeemable of $150, at the last November to assume man- Here are some of the items

For Girls 7 to 17 $30,000 to $40,000 class according property than a rental against them.CommIssioner. 7edra Hamilton mission. store named. agement of the local office. He which caused questions, con-
to one county official. site for mobile homes. Last week's Mystery Merchants and his wife reside at Kingsley cern, or comment during that
Sponsored By moved for the countyto .
then somethingthe
The new zoning board chairman "I'm convinced Its Lake.E. June 24 meeting. Since the
,Gateway Council The meeting Monday night at then said the planning com enter a suit to enjoin con- county needs," Torode said. are pictured above, and budget! acoroved for advertising -
which the Geneva Point Estates mittee hasn't been dragging its struction of the mobile home He said he will call membersof identified as follows. : L. MATTHEWS, a nativeof was after .only one rather
residents appeared was a joint feet for two park. It passed unanimously. the planning committee in to
of the
years. Starke, Is publisher small change was made, the
Commissionand Hamilton is also a member of land N. L. WOODBURN: Came to
Thla Space Contributed session with the help finish work on the
Bradford County Telegraph, items are still In the budget.
the Zoning Board and zoning Torode said, the the zoning board. Starke in 1956 from Deland
Actually,
his In
Weekly to Publicize use map. which he purchased from Supervisor's salary -- the
committee. which has done a County Sanitarian Jack Tra- Torodethe and purchased the Gem Jewelryon
planning committee has Shuford told
planning Chairman in 1933. is raise for Super-
father, E. S. Matthews, budget a
Community Events by which he and
said the Health Depart- E. Call St.,
promulgated a land] use map a really thorough area studyof wick "Board appreciates you He is a member and past pres- visor Connie Clark from $12-
of almost the entire county. land usage for zoning pur- ment has asked in a letter to We know you've donea his wife have operated together
coming.
The Wood- ident of the Starke Rotary Club, 270 to $15,000. Ills Is the
CommunityState Zoning work has appeared to be poses. Only two areas are still Simpson for plans for sanitary, good job. We know we'll since that time. Mr. and served two terms as pres- only raise which Is not in line
Bank at a standstill In the past Incomplete, he said the Lake sewers and water In the park.'' hear from you real soon." burn has had many years experience ident of the Florida Press As. With BnorH nnUv or alarV
months, however, and Com- Geneva area and the US 301 No answer has been received, Members of the Zoning Board in the jewelry businessand sociation. scale} Board Member Charles
.. Arrounta Now Insured mission Chairman Dave Shu- north of Starke. he said. are E. W. Hodges. Rex Smith. Is an official railroad watch Now turn to the inside pages I Sawyer commented June 24 that
Up to $15,000 by ford has suggested the Monday "When this Is complete we'll The sanitarian said developers Jerome Johns, Ernest Triest, Inspector. lie also takes an and have fun Identifying this I would be a 22 per cent Increase
meeting to pet things off the have our zoning," Torode told of such parks must provide Ed Wainwright, lorode, and active Interest In civic affairs week's Mystery Merchants --
ground again.! Martin who had suggested the central sewer and water fac- Hamilton. having served two terms as the final group of the contest. (Continued on Pace Pour)





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Of Interest To. rx.ccD; I :w Open House Given

For Mrs. Boone

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1 : fit Mrs Floyd Boone of Jackson -

Tenn., house guest of j'J:
: Mr. and Mrs. Olin White last
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Gladys}MOoiy Phone v
: 964-7608,*" hi .t P.uiF week was entertained at an ;
_. house rbk
------ open Wednesday after-
Dinner Party noon of last week given by
.YP pt L Mrs. White, Mrs. Charles Sav- ,
For Janet Hardy age and Mrs. Charles Fields

And Gene IveyJeff ar held at the home of the for-
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Warren and Miss Susan Mrs. White received guestsat 'J :,: :'

Piercy of Sanford entertainedat 4 the door and presented themto tI''
1ati an informal dinner party Sat Mrs. Boone who was the [t.t"t': !
urday evening honoring Janet 1 former Dorothy White of l ,

Hardy and her fiance Gene 'r Starke. into Mrs. Savage Invited the ;';i', ,; .\\ ::
Ivey. guests the dining
tit room .
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where the buffet table was cov- ,
:t" ered with a white Scranton lace r -" I
The party was held at the J. ( ,:
: cloth centered with an arrange- ''i" t.-. -
D. Warren home where the ten ,,' .
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couples attending were BUS M f'L' ment of white Fuji mums and ,), J ,":.", ....y. <;
classmates of Miss (' .' ; ..> / blue chrysanthemums. Silver
llardy's.Mrs. .
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J. E, Hardy, mother of '& trays of cakes and sandwiches, ?l. "
the bride to be, was alsoa and compotes of nuts and mints ;
j' were served.
guest. l ::

The hosts presented the ,.1d' I, ,, ,'' Mrs. Fields poured punch Eleanor Marie Griffis, Robert W. Clarke

couple with a silver pie dish ,J i .T.T..YL.LF. .-n1fM1\YA.II' from a crystal bowl encircledwith Wed In Madison Street Baptist ChurchMiss
as a memento of the occasion. ivy. Miss Betty Anne

Mrs. Warren was assistedin Warren Weds Boone and Miss Pamela Sum- Miss Lucille Griffis, sisterof
serving by Mrs. J. C. Dukes. Betty Jo Mr. GuthrieIn Eleanor Marie Griffls
mers poured from a crystal
bride maid of honor.
the was
Home Ceremony on July 3rd punch bowl In the family room.A daughter row Griffls of ,Mr.and and Robert Mrs.Wood-War- Bridesmaids were Miss Viola
permanent arrangement of Griffis sister of the bride and
r VBS Graduation Miss Betty Jo Warren,daughter The punch table was covered yellow chrysanthemums and riner Clarke son of the Mrs. Hilda late- Miss Barbara McMurtrie.
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. with a white silk cloth trimmed orange gladioli was used In M. Clarke and Their flowers were yellow and
Held At St. Mark'sA Randolph M. Clarke, of Gainesville -
Warren and Lewis Preston with scallops of lace and cen- the family room. white daisies. Theresa Griffis,
Bonnie Louise Rosier Becomes Bride Guthrie Jr., son of Mr. and tered with a crystal punch bowl. were united in marriagein cousin of the bride was flower
covered dish Mrs. Lewis Preston GuthrieSr. Mrs. V. J. Spengler a double ring ceremony
supper pre- greeted Mrs. Glen Moore, Mrs. M. girl and David Clarke nephewof
Of Raymond Durban In Grace MethodistGrace ceding the graduation serviceof ., of Johnson City, were u- guests at the door, and stand- A. Baldwin, Jr., Mrs. D. L. Saturday Madison June 21 Street, at 7 Bap-p.m. the groom,was ring-bearer.
In the
Vacation Bible School broughtout nited in marriage Thursday ing in the receiving line were Thomas and Miss Becky Jane
a standing room only July 3, at 7 p.m. at the homeof the bride and groom, their par- Boone served as floor hostesses tist Church. Rev. Denton Sum- Randolph Clarke brother of
Methodist Church in Angela Boyett attended as crowd to St. Mark's Parish the bride in the presenceof ents and bridal attendant. during the party hours. rail, pastor, performed the the served as best man.
Lawtey was the setting for the flower girl and Douglas Jones House last Friday. the immediate families anda Sixty-five friends were invited ceremony. Ushers groom Edward and Billy
were
marriage of Miss Bonnie Louise was ring bearer. Following the 7 p.m. supper, few close frinds. Rev.Will- Mrs. John,Warren and Miss to call between the hoursof Griffis uncles of the bride.
Rosier, daughter of Mr. and The bride, given In marriage compline service was held In iam B. Johnson performed the Susan Piercy cut the bride's 4 to 5:30. Two large baskets of glad- Ushers Jerry Foster and
were
Mrs. Marvin Rosier of Lawtey, bv her father, wore a white the church and graduation certificates ceremony. cake. Presiding at the punch ioli and daisies, againstabackaltar. -
to Raymond E, Durban, son of floor length gown of silk organZa were presented to the Vows were repeated in frontof bowl were Mrs. Kenneth Guth- The bridal party stood Kenny Aligood.
Mrs. Jessie Durban and the over taffeta, featuringa students by John Bryant, Jack- the fireplace which was bank- rie and Misses Dorisann Stork Shower before an arch of candles flank
late Edward Durban also of scalloped neckline a French sonville teenager who directedthe ed with baskets of white glad- Spengler and Susan Scoggins. ed on either side by spirals of Following the ceremony a reception I
Lawtey. Rev. Don Denton per- lace bodice and sleeves taper- school.In iolo mums and Shasta daisies Miss Kim Bartlett kept the For Mrs. PearceAt candles. was held In the annexof
formed the nuptials on June ing to calla lily points at the addition to director-teacher and flanked by golden tiered bride's Ivv k. Anlt AeeUin"* in Mullis HomeMrs. the church. Miss Brenda
28 at 8 pm.Decorating. wrists. The neckline and sleeves Bryant, five other Jacksonville candelabra.The serving were Mrs. Emma Bad- A program of nupital music Griffls kept the bride's book.
the altar was an were trimmed In seed teenagers all members of bride given In marriageby man, Mrs. Logan Gay and Mrs. was presented by Mrs. W.E.
arched candelabra with white pearls. Attached to the gown St. Catherine's Episcopal her father, wore an Imported W. B. ScpRKins. Frank Pearce was hon- Dowling, soloist, accompaniedby The bride's table was covered
tapers, balanced on either side was a chapel train of French Church taught Bible School and re -embroidered length their ored at a stork shower Tuesday Mrs. Henry Greene organ- with a white linen cloth and
by pedestal baskets holding lace her headpiece of silk also painted two classrooms lace gown trimmed with seed' For wedding trip to night given by Mrs. David Law- ist.Given placed at focal points were the
white gladioli and purple organza roses and pearls secured during their two weeks In pearls and crystal medallions Daytona Beach the bride son, Mrs. Winfred Tomlinsonand in marriag e by her bridesmaid's bouquets. The
asters, against a backgroundof her tiered veil of French Starke. with a petal trail. Her shoulder traveled in a pink dotted Swiss Mrs. Jim Mullis at the father the bride wore an A- table was centered with a three-
greenery and spiral candela- silk illusion. She carried a The length veil of Illusion was dress with long sleeves and home of the latter on Madison line gown of silk organza with tiered wedding cake topped bya
six call neckline
with which
themselves the cameo she
bra.Mrs. cascade arrangement of white secured by a seed pearl and Street. lace. The chapel train was bride and groom and flankedby
Mae Wells,organist,and carnations centered with a white Jr. Peace Corp. Other mem- crystal medallion tiara. She wore white accessories and a adorned with lace appliques, silver candelabra holding
Mrs. Peggy Dobbs,soloist,pro- orchid.A bers are Tina Teske David carried a white Bible topped pink orchid corsage. A pink and blue color schemewas and the bride's elbow length white tapers.
vided nuptial music. tleatherington, .Barry Kirk- with white orchids and satin carried out in the party veil was attached to a pillbox -
Richard Durban served his reception was held at the land, Terri[ Cason and Cindy streamers. The bride attended Bradford decorations. Games with prizes of satin and pearls. She Mrs. Marie Siemer cut the
brother as best man. Ushers home of the bride's parents Cooper. The team also plansto Miss Robin Warren attended High School. Mr.Guthrie grad- were played. Thirty guests carried a bouquet of lilies- bride's cake and presiding at
were Steve Rosier brother of which was decorated for the occasion spend two weeks at Cedar her sister as maid of honor. uated from Melrose High were invited to attend betweenthe of-the-valley decorated with the silver punch bowl were
the bride, and James Shuford. with baskets of white Key. She wore a blue silk organza School in Shee 1967 and Hee is employed hours of 7:30 and 9 p.m. seed pearls and centered with Mrs. Mary Jane Grills and

Mrs. Wyllie Hodges of Jacksonville gladioli and purple asters. floor length gown trimmed with in by Gainesville.Mr. PlumbingCo. The hostesses presented the white orchids. Her only orna- Miss Jamie McMurtrie.
served as matron of Standing in the receiving line kept the bride's book. jeweled daisies. Her nose length and Mrs. Guthrie are honoree with a baby car seat ment was an opal necklace a Mr. and Mrs. Clarke are
honor and bridesmaids were were the bride and groom their After veil was attached to a blue residing in Hawthorne- as a memento of the occasion. gift of the groom. residing in Gainesville.
time with
Miss Becky Sparks of Jack- spending some
parents and the bridal attendants petal cap. She carried a nose-
sonville and Mrs. H. W, Harris their guests the couple left gay of blue carnations and shasta -
of Raiford. The bridal attendants The bride's table was cover- on a wedding trip to St. daisies with blue satin
were gowned alikein ed with a lace cloth and centered Augustine. The bride traveled streamers.
empire, floor length dressesof with a four tiered wed- in a pink silk shantung ensemble Kenneth Guthrie served his I
lavender crepe trimmed In ding cake balanced by three- with pink accessoriesand brother as best man. e
purple velvet ribbom. Their branch silver candelabra. Mrs. she wore a white orchid A reception was held in the tr F'bulous Fa --
circular veils were attachedto W. L. Durban cut the bride's corsage. Warren family room which was _
lavender roses in their hair, cake, and pouring punch were The couple resides in the decorated for the occasion with _
and they carried cascade bou- Miss Lynda Strickland and Mrs. M.F. Hazen apartment on Lafayette vases of white gladioli mums wAii fi
quests of deep purple asters. N.P. Joyner. Mrs.JW.Thomas Street. and daisies. The bride's table


was cutwork topped three covered with-cloth tiered a with and bride wedding centered a and white groom.linen cake witha \\ \ \\\\\J\ \\ ; 1 1A 1


SLADE'S .. WESTINfiHO'JSE(; This silver was candelabra.flanked by five branch


Parties Given MAN-MADE t


'UFREEZERSALEr For Miss Hardy,

I BrideelectMiss l1Will


Janet Hardy, bride -
elect of August 2, was com-
plimented with two parties In
1 '''n
the past week.
Last Thursday evening Mrs. r'1 v

Ervin Reddish Andrews entertained and Mrs.for Vernon Miss LAY-AWAY \\ II

Hardy at the home of the lat-
ter on Bayless Highway. '
Mrs. Reddish greeted guestsat EVENT (
% the door and presented themto
r the honoree and her mother,
-- Mrs. J.E. Hardy.
Placed in the party rooms
were arrangements of yellowand

white zinnias t n silver SEE OUR FANTASTIC COLLECTION OF....
vases. The punch table in the
dining area was covered witha
white lace cloth over blue LEOPARD
and held an arrangement of the
I \l same flowers. The refresh- LAMB
i UMpll' ,
ment table In the Florida room '
was covered with a white lace 'rd: : MINK f '
cloth and centered with an arrangement _
I \ of yellow and white PONY J \ Y
zinnias. The cake squares ( ,
Tw(4
'il II li were iced In yellow and top- POLAR BEAR
ped with white florets.

Mrs. Meed Lewis of Lake
City and Miss Jayne Hardy w ? a.... nry. v ar.C 1 *It 2'
presided at the punch table y SL '
iiiI and Mrs. Andrews presided In I
y the Florida room. Mrs. Ran- 0
I dal Chitty also assisted In ser 1 ,
: ving.

; Qil The hostesses presented the e'k

honoree with a Mixmaster as "
a memento of the occasion. k ___
One hundred guests were Invited -
to call between the hoursof
M 8 and 9:30 p.m.

*

Separate Quick-Free/e Compartment Rust-1'roof Porcelain
Mrs. E. L. Matthews and
Liner PLUS Tumhler Lock, "Dry-Wall" Construction. 3-year. daughter Betsy honored Miss
Food Spoilage Warranty Interior Light and (@) Built-in Quality Hardy at a luncheon Saturdayat

1 o'clock at their home onE .
Adkins Street. T

H BIG 525 POUNDS -
Centering the luncheon table I
was an arrangment of white and '
Compare and You'll 199 pink mums and carnations. Bri- Up
dal place cards marked the seat- / Ladies i DRESS PUMP

Buy Westinghouse ing arrangement for the ten For Fall it's the Animal Look in furs}
guests. Also at each place Man made to look and feel like the real
r
.j setting were rice bag favors thing and styled for the young (and
.. made with white tulle and tied young-at-heartll)I Come to Carps and see 99 It's smart in the \
ti .r with pink ribbons holding lilIes- this great new collection and choose simplicity of design .
i of-the-valley. yours now while selection is best. As little $5 in soft leather with
as $2 down holds. Misses Jr.. and Jr. knit-fit smooth"
Petite sizes. heel. Patina,
SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES Among the guests were Mrs. or suede finish, sites
: J.E. Hardy and daughter Jayne. 510.
The hostesses presented the $20 $35
others from
to
9' honoree with a and
!< 332 W. Madison St. Phone 964-7701 corsage a
piece of chosen china patternas ..

casion.a remembrance of the oc- >>. {ALWAYS:. FIRST QUALITY AT CARPS!

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k;f 3>OC."BEFORE. PROM151a. TME TERRHFICI CAR '
Js, / VOIJI $ OP6RA-T.- VOU'H J3URV MY BOUGHT FROM
a I X'X> LIKE TOPREPARE. CAR WITM ME!
and "Mrs. Frank Todaro ;
and Susan McLeod will Jeff Livingston of Cocoa -
Cindy rOTi
of N.Y.
and family Brooklyn return Sunday after three weeks Beach is spending ten days --t X THE WORST! Ow' IILDWII.c
are guests this week of Mr. visit with their grandparents with his uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Collins. They Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Sanders and Mrs. Henry Godwin.Mr. ? HEYII LETIUSW"'V
helped celebrate Lennie James
in Pensacola.
,Collin's fourth birthday with a Rev. and Mrs. V. J. Rags- and Mrs. haul Sulkaof a S w tt 2 1C t-CA"EN''SEEN
trip to Silver Springs and Six dale of DeBary were Sunday Galnesille and Sgt. and Mrs. IIM A HO&.'&. VE.TTMAT IT*
Gun Territory.Mr. overnight guests of Mr. and Nicholas Williams of Patrick N
OUTUA
AFB visited Mr. and Mrs.Den- p t M7 "
Mrs. L. D. Vining. #
and Mrs. Nick Rago of nis Williams at the Graham t
Luke Stallings of Gainesville \ (
and Delta.Mrs.Pa. Walter are visiting Richardsonthis Mr. is spending this week with his weeks.cottage during the past two I\ (( iirti

grandparents Mr. and Mrs. C.
week. Miss Candy Woodburn of Win
Mrs. Walla Lipsey has returned L.Mrs.Dinkins.Rosa Green who has ter Park was home for the I
from two weeks vaca- weekend.
been a patient in Bradford
tion in the Smoky Mountains.Mr. County Hospital was transferred Mrs. F.F. Stump and Miss
and Mrs. A. I. Spencerand to St. Vincent's Hospital Lillian Stump visited Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mc- Wednesday for surgery on Fri- Mrs. W. H. Thomson in Monti- IIa...
Elroy and family of Winter cello on Sunday.Mr. .
'day.
Haven are spending this weekat and Mrs. John Whelchel Harper-Cannon

the Osteen cottage on King- Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe of Jacksonville wee Sunday
sley Lake. and children of Sanford spent visitors of Mrs. Whelchel's Engagement Told
Mrs. E. A. Winkler was visiting the weekend with their parents parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
her son -in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green Slade. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie M. Harper -
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith and Mrs. Eoline Smith. Joan Garner of Jacksonville announce the engagementand p 5 0

in Jacksonville last week. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hoff- visited her cousins, Charleneand approaching marriage of Vh

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dewees mann of Louisville Ky. were Suzanne Sawyer Sunday to their daughter Shirley Ann tiho
and children of Hialeah were Wednesday luncheon guests of Wednesday.Mrs. to Marcus Wilson Cannon son
visiting Dr. and Mrs. T. G. their uncle and aunt Mr. and John Jenks of New Orleans of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Can-

Ritch the past two weeks. Mrs. C. S. Haddock. La., who with her fam- non of Gainesville.The r,
Miss Sue Morris of Pompano Gene Ivey of Tucker Ga. ily is visited her mother Mrs. bride-elect is employedat I I

Beach is visiting her mother spent the weekend with Mr. John Christiansen, this .week!: Cadillac Uniform Company In

Mrs. E. C. Morris for two and Mrs J. E. Hardy and was honored at a lunceon Mon- Starke. Mr. Cannon employedby
weeks. Standard Oil of Gainesville.
daughter Janet. day at the Garden Restaurant
Mrs. Linda Burgin of Mac- Clyde Terwillegar was at St. given by five members of the The wedding will take place
clenny, was visiting with Mr. Petersburg Beach Saturday and BUS 1937 graduation class of August 1 at 2 p.m. at the homeof
and Mrs. Lloyd Allen and her the bride elect's parents.
Sunday visiting his mother which she was a member. R
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar Sr., Mrs. M. O. Nelson and Mr.

Allen, last week. and aunt Mrs. Marty Stone and Mrs. Frank Nelson and Adl

Nolan. son of Mobile Ala. are visit- Duplicate Bridge
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ar- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grl- ing Mrs. Vergie Flynn this 1

rington of Ellaville, Ga. were der were hosts at a supper week. Winners NamedThe
last Thursday visitors of Mrs.W. party Sunday night for 20 members -
S. Slade .and Mrs. Clyde of the family honoring Mrs. Linda Kay Bedell grad- -
Sinclair. their nephew, R. W. Douville uated from U. of F. June 15. Starke Duplicate Bridge
Visiting Rev. and Mrs. J. Jr. and financee Miss Geor- She has earned a four point Club had four tables In playat

Thomas Staab this week are gia Bagwell both of Orange grade average as a full time the Pratt Street Recreation

her parents Mr. and Mrs. Park, who are to married on student in both the winter and Center East Tuesday- West night.winners were
August 10. spring quarters and has been
Frank fatecek: of Covington
and Mrs. John Mussollne with a
Lee Hardenbrook is attend- named to the President's honor
La. of 35. Mrs. M. A. Bald-
In of Florida. score
ing MYF officers assembly roll atthe University
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Wad-
Leesburg this week. Steve Williams, son of Mrs. win Jr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty
dell and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
second with 23 1/2.
were
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grader Harvey Williams of E. Call
Coleman have been on a two North South winners were
and daughter Kathy are Street, will graduate July 25
week vacation severalof
touring Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gruen with
of Hawaii
the University
visiting Busch from
Gardens In
the Southern
states.
28 1/2. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Tampa today on Kathy's seventh with a Bachelor's degree In
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mil-
Finance. He plans to visit Terwillegar Jr. were second
bank and sons David and Step- birthday. with 25 1/2.
in
his mother August.
hen of Rockville Long Island Local admittances to Brad- Mr. and Mrs. KIrby Reich- Overall winners were Mr.
N.Y. of Mr.and Mrs.
are guests and Mrs. Mussoline.
ford County Hospital this week mann and Mrs. Scot Woolyand
Fred Hogue Sr. The junior The weekly tournaments are
include James Sun-
: T. Lawson son of Madison were
Hogues of Jacksonville were and Mrs.E. open to the public and all bridge
Mrs. Josephine R. Williams day visitors of Mr.
[Sunday dinner guests of the players are invited. Sessions
Mrs. Mildred Modling Shirley L. Matthews.Mr. .
.Hogues. Lizenbee an d Glen G. Morgan and Mrs. Nichols Sik- start at 7:30: each Tuesday.

Starke; Valdosta T. Adams orsky of Hardford, Conn- were

Middleburg; Wally Crews, Mrs. last Thursday visitors of Mr. Golden Circle
Dorothy Engelke, and Joseph and Mrs. E. J. Dowling Sr. .
Werner Melrose; Edwin L. Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Class Has PartyThe ,
Kyle, Keystone Heights; Brax- Neely and daughter Michele
ton L.Moore, Lake Butler; Mrs. of Lake City spent the week- ,
Lucile Cauley Lawtey; and Joe Golden Circle Sunday .
end with Mr. and Mrs. Her-
School girls class of the .Irst
Hill Wiggins, Hampton.
bert Thomas. Michele remained -
QJA/2 James Talley stationed Christian Church, with Mrs.Ed
in Vietnam, aboard the USS the with her grandparents for Prevatt teacher, had a swim .

Who'sat Taussig, is on seven days R Mrs.week.J.M.Vickers and daughter party and cookout last Friday .
night at the Edwin Williams'Kingsley
and R in Japan.
Jean of Brunswick Ga.
Mrs. J. S. Walker Jr. and Lake home.
. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. S.
The 15 attending enjoyed
fault children of Fort Lauderdaleare G. Denmark and daughter, swimming boating and a cookout
visiting her parents, Mr. Joyce, the first of the week. the
and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief this during evening.
Mr. and Mrs. James Mar- Assisting in serving were Mr. ,
e-aa week. tin and daughter and David
and Mrs. Charles Reese Mr. .
Martin of Tallahassee are
and Ernest D. Ber- and Mrs. Edwin
Mr. Mrs. spending this week at the Bish- Williams ana .
ry and daughter of Chattanooga op cottage on Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Prevatt.
Term were last week guestsof r- H
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hixon.
Edwardsand
Makes no differencewith Mr. and Mrs. Steve _
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wig- Circle K ClubWelcomes -
son of Tampa were Sunday .
Your
Nationwide.
gins and family of Stockton, Mr. and
of
overnight guests
family is protected Ga. were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Mark Hamilton. MembersThe : Parked overtime.

against uninsured drivers Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining. David McQuaig of Waycross,

when you have Un Mrs. Jettye Hazen of Gainesville Ca. is visiting his cousins Circle K Club of Santa '

insured Motorist cover- E. McKinney was on visiting Sunday.Mrs. A. Jay and Jana Godwin this week. Fe Junior College welcoming : All our 69s must go.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton prospective new members for
age with Nationwide'sFamily Paul McLeod made the Presi- and sons Paul and Jim, the 69 70 year.
policy. There's den'ts list at FSU in the last are visltingMrs. Hamilton's We're in the business of selling cars, not Baldwin Chevrolet-Oldsmobile has pro

quick settlement for bod-. quarter. parents, Mr. and Mrs.E. Worth An applicant must be a studentat : parking them. To put it another way, we claimed:: Chevrolet Savings Time and invites

fly' injury; liberal medi- Joey and Andy Jordan of Lake Jackson and family in Winder Santa Fe for the summer don't make any money on unsold cars. And t you to drop in and take advantage of any-

cal payments. Ask about City are spending the summer Ga.Mr.this and week.Mrs. Maurice Fara- term also I be or accepted IA. Applicationswill after reg- the' fact is that right now we'd rather take body :you can take advantage of. It's a great

the Family liberalized with their grandparents Mr. istration from Term IB (sum- a short profit than have a long wait to sell time to save on a Chevrolet.
and Mrs. H. A. Lawson and bee and John of Miamiwee
son, '
benefits designed for the working at Lawson's market. Saturday overnight guestsof mer) and Term n ( fall). our remaining 69 Chevrolets Chevelles One request: try not to gloat too much

safest drivers in Amer Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Huggins Rev. and Mrs. DeWitt Fara- Camaroa and Novas. as you tote up your savings.
ica. of Alachua were visiting Mr. Cirlce K International is a

and Mrs. George Huggins on bee.Mrs.. Alvin Farr is in Ala- men's organization devoted to

BILL POWELL Sunday.Out chua General Hospital for observation community service through Speaking ofOldsmobiles
Phone 964.6464 and treatment. group action. Circle K inter-

404 W. Madison St. of town guests at the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beas- national Kiwinis International is sponsored for the by Year -E ft d
Starke Fla. Wynn cottage on Silver Lake ley of Haines City were visit-
over the weekend were: Mr. ing Mrs. O. L. Beasley and purpose of giving young collegemen now's the time
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid the firstof the opportunity to serve
and Mrs. John Rock and son
of Coral Gables, Miss Linda the week. their community, state, nation to save the most! Closeout SaleWhere
and the world through group
Wynn of Jacksonville and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Stonerof
NATIONWIDE action and fellowship.The .
Norman Hedding and childrenof Ocala were weekend guests
of Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Miami. Brown. Circle K Club of SFJCis the prices speak for themselves!
Mr. and Mrs. Don Harden- sponsored by the Gator City
Mrs. Titus Olson is visit-
Home Nationwide Office:Mutual Columbus.Ins.Ohio Co. brook and Mr. and Mrs. J. ing Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lil- Kiwanis Club of Gainesville. Come on in. .. talk a Year-End deal on an Oldsmobile !

B. Bakken and families visit- ley in West frankfurt, Ill.
ed St. August ine on Monday. and Miss Ruby Lilley in Paducah -

Ky. for two weeks. '
Mr. and Mrj. Rudolph' Sink You can

and daughters, Cindy and Mrs that
t NEWLYWEDS. Sally Whitehead and son, Bo, say
visited friends and relativesis again!
Asheville and Lexington Mr. and Mrs. Bill Vickoryof

N.C. recently. Alachua announce the birthof
J Trouble
Having a son, William Allen July

" Getting Started On Your Own COUNTY THE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH 8.Mrs.Grandparents J. M. Allen are of Mr.Starke and MAC BALDWIN I wk

and and .. ", mr
Mr. Mrs. Henry Vick / / II.
DUE TO AGE; .
Published every Thursday ory of Alachua. YOUR CAR
OR LACK OF CREDIT EXPERIENCE? at 138 W. Call Street L /
"*<, ui ahituf \ 4"CONVENIENCEINSURANCE"
.
Starke, Florida 32091 Mr. and Mrs. Bobby L. Hut-
cheson of Gainesville announcethe r
Second class postage paid birth of a son, Bobby L. WITH

at Starke, Florida.ftukteriptlon Hutcheson Jr., July 19, In

t the Alachua General Hospital. ([M l I
Rates: Paternal grandparents are Mr. T
In trade area: S300 per and Mrs. Buford Hutcheson of

MOBII year; $3.75' six months. Starke.
.F HOMES 1
Outside trade area: 3JO
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Pre-
per year; 13.00 its month
vatt Jacksonville, announce the

I Now has a new computerized grading system that birth of a son, Stephen Shane
July 18. Paternal grandmotheris
will Finance you. No Co-Maker: No Co-Signer need- SERVICE SCHEDULE Mrs. Ed Prevatt of Starke.

ed. You stand on your own feet, be independent. CATHOLIC ChurchesST.
4/ 11d
EDWARD'S. Starke Bradford County Hospital announces -
Your New Mobile :
Buy Home At Sun'lay M.is-t. 8 a.m. and the following births:
Mr. and Mrs. Larry David
9T: :) amThursday ,
Shannon Starke a daughter.
\ Jan, 6:30: p.m.U'1Culous Sheila Lynn July 17. U. S. 301 North PhonQSTARKE
;\ Medal Novena:

V- Saturday '7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. James Calvin

Hubner. Starke, a son, Sean FLORIDA"Sooner
ST. WILLIAM'S Keystone
Christian. July 18. ,
Mom IF HOMFS Heights
Sunday Mas, 9 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Warren

Wednesday Mays & Novena, Carver, Starke a daughter

I I 71H J SOUTH LANE AVENUE '7 p.m. Jessie Loraine July 20. or Later Your Favorite Dealer"'

JACKSONVILLE
FLORIDA ST. MARY'S Macclenny
t' : .
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mc-
r OPEN 'TILL 10 P.M. EACH EVENING Sunday Mace. 11:30: a.m.
Garry Starke, a son, July 22.

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I i : By George T. Hugging

Concerns Board COUNTY AGENT ;:
(Continued From Page One) On 301 NorthOne r
Agricultural Extension Service x

(Continued From Page One) over the past three or four l !1 man was killed and three ;::t;;; ;.:l'< .ft*..........................................!............:.:.:.:..:.:.:..:.:.:.:.:.::..:.:..:..:..:.:.:.:..;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..:..:J.:.$'IQ
years.
reply. He also pointed out that Let's do something. This sounds Looking at each of the three I J a, r other persons injured Sunday .
Road & J f' afternoon when' a. tint blowout: ate-
check : operating funds, the .. .
each :: was authorized: by like something out of Washington ,. .
Fund which has caused! a compact car to( flip -
the school, board. and we're too small to do Bridge peren-
Sawyer said he was going to this." lally been the Commission's over on U.S. 301 between High-

:stop authorizing checks until he Casey "Washington madeus political baby, Is up $25,000 land and Maxville.
got a clear financial statement. hire five teachers. That was In requests, almost all from 1 !(Fatally' injured: was Nelson:
Casey told the board that he pay raises included In the Gallon of Washington D. C, a
$22500 right there
and his staff had prepared a 52 preliminary budget. It now passenger in ..a car driven by
to
Sawyer -I"SlI i elY !gaodrssa
totals $166,260, up from $141- Paul H. Paterson, 68, of Gaines-
booklet business
page management
on we can make a budget and stickto
032 budgeted in 196869.
procedures: and that it." ville. Peterson, his wile, andGallon's
.
Road Department salary requests *.a
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4#
the booklet was being printed: Silence in which Foreman R. wile' were seriously injured -
and would soon be in the Casey "In all sinceretty. E. Jones is asking an 11 1/2 .
Teamin
Board's bonds for their study Father And Son According to Stats Troopers: ,
I'm going() to get into this: Justas per cent Increase for his em-
and consideration.: hard as I have instructionHall ."' ployees, total $104,219, up from the Peterson car went out of
Casey said that 1968-69 bud- "Youre going to have $78,980 the county; is currently Vocational Agriculture"Like control 'when' the left rear tire r--
get was over-spent in pratlcilly to do that or we're going to paying per year. blew out. The car cmsssd the .

every area and pointed to four have to hire a financial man The Fine & Forfeiture Fund, like son" Smith Jr. graduated from the center line, flipped: ever, and
father, ap- ,
specific areas: utilities. $20.000; to do It. Four years is too from which Sheriff P. D. Red- University of Florida in 1967 stopped right side! up in a water Highlighted! this week is on good for taking soil sample
David Smiths
to the jun- ;
plies
maintenance $30.000; teachers' long." .. dish's big budget comes, was ior and senior, both of whom, with a degree In agricultural filled ditch. The oar was de- a number of our Bradford The only exception Is when the
salaries, $21,000; transportation, Silence $113,446 this year. Requeststhis are vocational agriculture economics, and accepted a position molished and had to be moved: County Youth. ground Is too wet.
total $133,105 an Increase before rescur'ers could pull Gallon Right now we are thinking
4000. Casey "I hope you will adopt year teachers and attended Florida's as vocational agriculture Pictured above Is Fait: of the
"I 'd say overall we've hada the financial! policy at your of about $20,000. F&F 35th annual Forestry Training teacher at Bradford High out 4-H group attending!; camp at About two timely reasons for
good school year but a very' next meeting." fund requests Include $15,249in Camp for Future Farmer's of School. His FFA Chapter has The Peterson were carried to( Cherry Lake near Madison taking a !soil! sample. One is

bad business year" the Superintendent Silence increase expenditures asked America at Camp O'Leno last been an area winner In the a Jacksonville hospital, while Cherry Lake Is cne of the four for summer pasture fertilization
commented. Sawyer-"I'd like to see by Sheriff Reddish. week. Pictured between the St. Regis Paper Co chapter Mrs. Gallon was ,brought t to( permanent 4-H Club sites in the and preparing: for fertilizing or
Mot of the ccnversat'on at where we overspent $100,000. The sheriffs new budget asks Smiths are two local FFA members forest contest for the past two :Bradford County Hospital and state. Some 5.000 4-H Club planting clover this Fall. The
Thursday night's special session! What I' mclvculing!: the field: about '$109,529. compared to $94,279In Gene Combs, .of Camp years. later transpired to the Gaines' boys ard: girls attend ens of other !Is for proper applications:
was among Casey and:! Bcird: :! is every amendment: I've 196869. It includes almosta landing, and Gerald Rosier of Smith i> has vile Medical Center. these camps for a week during of a liming! material on straw-
$2,000 raise for the r. taught voca-
Members Rodney Hall and this desk there pay Lawtey who also attended the 'terry land.
seen past 'Aer sheriff, $6,100 in Social Security tional agriculture at Madison the summer.
Charles Sawyer. Some of tha: has been an Increase in funds j ; and retirement matching- camp. At right Is E. R. Howard High School for the past 18 They experience a full program Soon: as cover crops are turned

comments made during the"hardncsed" from a surplus: or a decrease f funds mentioned above, plus Forest Education Director, years, and is pleased that his Public Invited Including recreationaland : you should sample the soil
:: but even-tempered someplace. Where have we passed pay i raises for deputies and Instructing the group on some of son has chosen to follow the educational activities.: Usu for strawberries. Any crop responds -
session were: :I a $100.000 deficit?" ,secretaries. the many tree species growing same line of work. To See FilmstripOn ally no boy or girl leaves camp !! to liming material if
Hall-"Each year! we've soita Casey-"I'd say you haven't Other department heads ap- in the State Park.School Sex Education without having! learned to swim.A there Is a need for this ma
been lead to believe we're going; been properly informed." ]pearing before the Commission red-cross life guard and instructor : terial. It Is dangerous t to: over

to balance and each year we Sawyer "Under what rul- ]Monday were: Dr. A. J. Barry', local chairman works with the non. lime and a soil test !is fie only
find a deficit! This would Indicate ing do we operate fiat I you can Starke Raceway of the MOTOREDE Com swimmers during the week. Thisis sure way to determine the need
County Agent George Hug-
to me we need a finance overspend the budget?" week for bays for high calcium lime or dolomite -
Budget mittee (Move to Restore Decency a good our
gins who is asking for an increase -
1 advisor Casey "Gentlemen RESULTSStarke better lime. It be interestIng -
every of $1,575, all in sal- ) has announced a filmstrip and gills and they are miy
Casey "I've concentratedmy check has been authorized by at- : to know little bit more!!
Pied Pi- club members after having a
.
total the showing cf "Tr.s
aries, for a from ; :
four( years" in the instructional the school! board in an open county in 1969-70 of $18,618.His Hits $3.1 MillionContinued Raceway results for pers" (drugs and music: ) and tended 4-H Camp. about liming: practices kinds of
area. He then told the meeting." Sunday Bradford is camping with liming materials and the
salary Increase requests July 20, ( winner list- "The Innocents, Defiled Sex
Board about the 52 page business Sawyer "Then I'm not total $1,675 but the total Increase ed first runner up second, Education in the Schols" at Nassau and Baker Counties. 4- range in crop! needs for 11m:!.

management procedure going to( authorize the checks In the agriculture bud- ( From Page One) owner, name of horse, rider), 7:30: pm. Mr.slay, July 28, at H Camp is just one of the activities We have a bulletin called
booklet which he was: having until I see the budget." get was cut by reductions elsewhere 1st race, 250 yards Junior the Lions Den on Water St. in our Youth Programs "Lime in Florida's Agricul
prepared and said. "I've talked Sawyer said that what he Hersey, Commanche, Kelley directed by your Agricultural! ture." Ask for one and it will
with my principals throughly.It's really wanted was a simplified: Civil defense Director Frank in salary in one year"and said, Fosythe; Robert Jordon, Star, In 'a letter announcing the Extension Program with your be yours.
going! to amount to a tightening statementt each! month showingthe Williams told the Commissionhis "It's too big a raise.raise When Jordon. meeting, Dr. Barry said that Board of County Commissioners ----
Board's --
through'of"our belts all the way school board where it stood budget asks $23,384, up the uniform pay pay bill went Into 2nd race, 250 yards Leo MOTOREDE was: rsssntly::: copemting. We also appreciatethe Petroleum researchers have

Sawyer "We have financially! and Hall agreed. about$6,000 over 196869. effect on July I,the school board Thornton, Temp,, Van Prescott-- formed in Bradford: : County interest: cf the E- 1:1fcrd: broken down crude oil into
never Hall "We get Chinese fig( The Board also discussed ; "to restore: Public Instruction by
from $1,800a J with the cblsctlve Board of
been asked to salaries went up T. Bass, Daisy, Danny Bass nearly 300 hydrocarbons and
overspend the ures. They're in and out book whether not to budget $15-
or year to $2,750 ( or a total the morals, mannsis, customs, making group transportation! to still
budget 100000. figures. And thev'ie necessaryto 000 which it annually has been of $4,750 for the five mem- 3rd race, 220 yards -. (Dead traditions and valass that have 4-H camp possible: are looking for more.
Casey "We hired five new you but when they get to us contributing to the Bradford bers). On June 17 the board heat) Bobby Hall, CANDY Ron. preserved our civil:zati3n.: SOIL SAMPLESAny : These "building blocks" pro-
teachers in December." He said we don't understand them." County Hospital. Commis- voted not to accept this raise.It nie Hall, Edward Williams, time during the year is vide materials for thousandsof
that cost $22,500 plus retire Casey He said that they sioner Ralph Bryan said that is however included in the Blue, Van Prescott. The announcement sail: "As useful products.
ment and was done to be in would find what they were ask since the hospital has not madea tentative budget. There apparently you know, there has been much
compliance with the Civil ing for in the business management request for the funds this is some question as 4th race, 330 yards -- Eddie publicity and controversy: con- When You TTse An Andivws! Charge
Right Act. He pointed out it procedure booklet and year, he will assume it doesn't to the legality of the school Starling, Pete, Kim Prescott; cerning what 13 best for our Account
was done with Board approval. commented that he had suggest. need the money and therefore board being able to refuse the Adro Brown, Poncho, Dean children. I believe jca: will wantto f--
"We hit things likes this.: Like ed business policies two years doesn't need to be included in raise and Casev said last week Brown. avail scurself of whatever t Your Prescription Tax Records 'r
paying for the trip to Washi.iz-; the budget. Clerk Darby has It in are Kept For You By Us
/ ago and nothing: harpen. he thought it best to put Information: you can on those :
ton and hiring an attorneyto Hall "For the $15,000 in his preliminary 5th race, 300 yards -- ((Dead
the .
last six the budget.Superintendent's topics and W3 co.-dlally invite
( fight alleged figures. heat) Mike Reed, Lady, Redd Andrews Drugs
complaints issued months you've t told l those ;
: us : salary -- Ken you to attend this showing. Feel
against the board by the policies! weren't ready I've Staying in session until Board 11:30: According to the pay scale, Griffis.Manning, Betsy Rodney free to( bring anjon.e who mightbe For Fast Delivery Dial 061-7170 p 11 S
Department of Health Education brought it up three cr four Monday night, the Bradford High School Princi- Interested."
and Welfare). I'm going to times members went over every itemin will
and you've said you're pal Ralph Diggs' salary 6th race, 220 yards -- Van
have to put the the budget requests to fam-
same amount not ready. automatically be upped about Prescott David
Prescott, Fly, ;
of energy in financial: manag- Casey-"They're ready now. I ilariaze themselves with the $500 to $15,570 when RJE High Pacetti, Stroller, N. Edwards.7th .
ment as I have in curriculum." think this should be one of the new budget requests. In sev- merges with BHS next year.

Hall "it arrears: to me thatwhat first Items of business at the eral instances departmentheads The board also has a policyof race, 300 yards -. Wayne

we've really done is that next meeting." vide the were Board requested next to Monday pro- paying the superintendent Hanson, Doll, Ronnie Hall; MI II IIrs r
lour years ago we got behind & Sawyer-He commented that night with a complete break- five per cent more than the next George Rone, Roughaway, B. 1111 '
we've never caught up." board has "to start from where highest paid school official. Buck
down of salaries
employee ,giv-
When
Diggs' salary goes up,
Casey He commented that we are.
*
ing what they draw now, and the
money had "gotten lost" between Cagey "I think it's goodto increases proposed for each Casey's will go up to 16349. Forthy horses participated,
On June 24 Board members
the tax collectors office clear the air. You've put individual. but some races were cancelleddue
and the school board and explained \some urgency on me on getting The Board will meet again expressed some confusion over to rain.
the legality of being able to
that rome $40,000 (for some real regulations passed." next Monday, July 28, in a raise
Casey's salary because Races held each Sunday
are
1966. 1967 and 19681) is either Hall
"I don't want anybody special session which will be
they thought the uniform pay afternoon. Admission free.
in litigation or has not been to get the idea t that I've limited to the budget. bill froze his salary. The Everyone welcome
collected. "We haven't receiveda got negative! ideas about the
uniform pay bill set $14,000as
statement. school: system This is what's the amount to be paid a ::::::::::;:x:::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::' a
Hall "We start off with a making it go talking about tlon are those held by Gerald superintendent in a county the
basic budget and within three It.." Williams and size of Bradford. -
Jimmy McRae w ----
months we don't even have a Sawyer Said he wanted the Both have said that they will ba Department Head and Deanof JacksonvilleBusiness ALr
budget because of so many a- Board to begin thinking about running again. Students -- A dean of stu-
mendments. We did get a financial the possibility'! of hiring a business .Also up for election is ths dents at BHS and 20 depart-
statement. We haven't gotten () manager. office of city' clerk nor held: ment heads ( teachers who are
a monthly financial state by Merrill Edwards. Edwardswill assigned as head of their departments -
ment in six months." and who also receive
CITY be running again for his
Sawyer -'Td like to make a ELECTIONContinued fifth term. additional work) are apparentlyalso 4
motion! that we get a monthly Voter in the budget as thev were
financial .statement ( From Page One) registration bocks for discussed at the work session.for .
the non-partisan: elaction
are DirectoryAuto
Casey "State law requires'
that." he can do the job. I :support now open and will remain open

Sawyer "I've never gotten him 100 per cent and I certainly until 16 days prior to: the elec- re-election to his group 4
what I'm talking about. I don't 1 would like to ask all the people ,tlon. Citizens may register between post Williams, manager of tae Sales and Service
believe in deficient: spending of Stark to support. him." 8:30: and 5 Monday through Florida' State Telephone CI>.
;
particularly: when it happens' Bowen said it's. "veiy p ss. Friday and 8:30: and noon here, is seeking hU second Parrish MotorsSALES
the sible" that he will run fsr one on Saturdays: term.
last night and I have no
choice. We need somebody to| of the two council seats which Incumbent City Councilman

watch t!>ls. It's our lob to do.( will be pen. Gerald Williams qualified Wed "Intelligence does not always -
The council seats up for elec- nesday just prior to press'! time accompany the degrees SERVICE PARTS : 'VOLVO

that some people acquire."-

Joseph M. Shaw, Jr., Cherokee
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About This Question:
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FIRST
FEDERAL
i Medications "We were lucky to have

our store covered by your

I! 3-D Policy (Comprehensive


Supplies pearance Dishonesty and Distruction, Disap-) 5. 2 5 **/ Per Certificate On Savings

when we discovered our 0 Depoaita> Of 95OOO

Equipment store burglarized and money KIMBALL: "SVVINCiER" g Annum Or More For 6 Mont s

and securities !stolen.: ORGANS
Does the 3-D Policy now Roosevelt Mall-388-8519 r

cover the theft of merchandise

or loss of money WESTERN STORE .

DIXIE I and securities while temporarily

Poultry Supply Co. housed in an employee's LITTLE DUDE

living quarters?"

218 F, WASHINGTON; ST. Store
.PHONE 964.6382 Western
I Charley E. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

Due To Matters Beyond Our Control Poultry Fans Are Unavailable Until Western Clothlni Leather

JOHNS AGENCY good, Saddle and Trailer ..
August ]fit, Orders Taken Now. Charles Sharon Petty (tO)MAJOOb f WtSI MAOOOM SIWT1TAHI
flOtlO JW I Itr
EDDIE SMITH. AIANACEII; 131 So. Walnut St. 901 S. Edrewood 3S4-U10 I

Phone 964-5070& L _
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Sales Softball TourneySet Rains

Still BoomingAs + Garden Wins

p
of 5 p, m. Monday 6.610!( dy. r i ,
motor vehicle tags for 19-70!( Here July 28The I+ Average

had been sold by the tax col-

lector's Although office.deadline for Florida 1969 Men's Northern Sub AH games will be playedat Softball TitleJohn

motoil'ts! to hive: new tag on District softball tournamentwill Westside Park. A dona- 1.9 In.
their be hosted by the Starke tion of $1.00 will allow a per-
cars was! mUln'ght:! Sunday,
Hecreation Department Mon- to all 26
son see games.
the tax collector's office was Watson's sixth homer TerwlllegarDenmarkdown'
day, July 28 through Sunday
still doing: a landslide! business August 3. The winner and runner up Rain fell five of the seven of the season broke a 6 6 ed Hampton 12.21n six Inningsin
as of Tuesday morning according will advance to the District days in the week from July deadlock in the seventh Inn- the second game. T D
to a clerk' In the of fie:2. The tournament, sanctionedby Tournament which will be held 14-21, dumping 1.9 inches of ing last week, handing the was led by Ronnie Grlggs, Dew-
The clerk said the lush to the Amateur Softball Association In Gainesville, August 7, 8, and rain on the county. Garden Restaurant the second ey McKinney, Richard Will-
buy tagS should be over by the of American, Is the 9. half championship over Starke iams, Harry Hatcher,and Tom
end of the week. While thereis second level of advancementIn That matches the 50-year Merchants in Men's Slowpltch my Talley with two hits each.
no penalty for purchasingtags A. S. A. competition. average for the month of Softball.
after fie deadline these July.A It was the final night's action
who drive on the highways with Participating teams in the 3 Cars CollideAt total of 2.0 inches of rain The two teams met Wednes- of the season. Garden and the
old tags are gambling that they tournament have earned the fell at the New River Tower, day night, July 16. with Gar- Merchants will advance to the
will not be caught and Issued a right to compete by having according to the Florida For- den winning 8-6 on Watson's Men's Northern Sub District
ticket. placed first or second in their IntersectionA Pictured are five of the trophy winners at last Thursday's est. Service Santa Fe Tower homer with a man on base. n Tournament to be held the
city league. annual meeting of the Starke Golf & Country Club. From left: also had 2.0 inches. The Louis Garden, winners of the first week of July 28 August 3.
George Roberts Ermle Jones, Bill Adams (club champion), Hill Tower at Lawtey, usuallythe half title, was tied for the lead
Don't \voriy if you get The tournament will be a three car collision at the Ruth Powell, and Jack Eaves wettest place in the county, with the Merchants.
kicked from the rearas\ itsimply double elimination event with corner of East Call and Water had 1.7 Inches.
means you are\ out in 14 teams participating repre- Streets caused no injuries at Garden was led at the plate My J Neighbors
front Joe :Mann The senting the following cities: 11:15: a.m. Tuesday, July 22, Biggest rains came last Mon- by Watson, Marcus Rhoden, -
Lt'banol110.1(: i Rustic Repub Starke, Lake City, Gainesville, but damages were estimatedat Trophies Presented At Annual day, July 14, when all three Wayne McLeod, and Carl Dun ---==-=-
l Palatka, Lake Butler, Mac- $1,000 by City Police Cap towers reported rainfall. New can with two. safties each. t
clenny, and St. Augustine.The tain Bill Chambers. River got all of its 2.0 inches Wayne Harper and Mark Hamilton -
Meeting of Starke Country ClubTrophies that day Santa Fe had .9 inches led the :Merchants with
Garden Restaurant and Mrs Margaret Kenney and Lawtey .4. two hits each.
Scrusres former Starke
res-
HERE Starke Merchants winner and ident now living in Gainesville, were awarded and ceivlne the consolation troonv. Then on Sunday, ,filly 20, New
runner up of the local lea- Other trophy winners in the In games played Thursday
gue will represent Starke. has been charged with failureto new officers elected at the annual Men's Tournament were: River reported 1,1 inches, Law- night, July 17, the Starke Mer-
Starke Golf and inch
yield right of way and meeting of the tey and Santa Fe chants topped Bradford Barber
Dale Johns Bobby
Schedule of games will be running a red light. & Country Club Thursday night, McRae 1st Flight runner: ; .3 inches. Light rains were Shop 30-12. Lenwood Kitchenled
up.
July 17. The meeting was pre- at various towers on
as follows Monday night reported the Merchants with four r a
2nd Comer Perry-
Mrs. Scruggs driving Flight:
was a I
ceded by a supper featuring July 17,18,19,20, and 21, also.
through Thursday night two hits. Teammates Claude liar-
I 1967 Chevrolet east on Call steaks. man; Mike Fogg runner up
I games each night beginning at Street'and was hit by the 1967 charcoal grilled 3rd Flight: Jack Eaves; Paul No fires were reported dur- dee, Jim Beeler, Wayne Sapp,
f 7:45 and 9:00: p.m. Friday Ford driven north on Water Bill Adams, younghighschool' Harris runner up ing the week. and Mark Hamilton each had
'IS : night will call for 4 games, Street by Ronald Gunter of golfer, was presented the club 4th Flight: Ermie Jones; Bill two hits. ...,.....
...
) beginning at 7:00: p.m. Sat- Starke. championship trophy, with Powell runner up.
urday will se e a heavy sched- Charles Sawyer as runner 5th Flight: George Roberts; . . . .
ule of games beginning at 8:30: After the impact, the Chev- up, and Clyde' Terwillegar reAIRBORNEDeparting Wayne Douglas, runner up. .rIfI JI''. _. ... .. ._, ,., ._. ._. ._. ,... ,.fEEt.Q: .
< a.m. and games scheduled rolet spun around its rear Ladies Tournament: .
THE every hour and 15 minutes, hitting the 1967 Ford station- 1st Division: Ruth Powell; Lll
with the last one set for 10:45: wagon driven by Beverly Bryan, Bishop runner up
t I, ... Saturday night. and stopped at red light, Starke a 2nd Division: Gladys Hobbs;
Capt. Chambers said. 1 rY
Carolyn Eaves, runner up.
rrI
The finals will be played Sunday Damage to the Gunter vehiclewas Trophies were also presentedto
MANTO afternoon at 2 and 3:30( estimated at $600, to the members of the High School
p.m. and 5 if another game is Scruggs car at $400, and to the Golf Team: Mike Mitchell, Bill The Opening Of

necessary. Bryan vehicle at $150. Adams, Richard Roberts, Dale I
Johns, Mike Fogg, and David 1I
CALL FOR THE BEST YOUTH CHOIR The intersection at Call and Me Rae, Smith Plumbing & Supply Co.
Water at the Florida Pest
BUY ON YOUR INSURANCE: The following officers were
The Youth: Choir of the First Control is where long visors elected for the new club year: HAROLD J, SMITH: OWNER
MERRITT Baptist Church will present accncert were recently placed on all Car I LaMar: [ Johns, president;
four sides of the traffic lighton t SPECIALIZING IN
Ben Moxley, vice president;
"Music for A Summer -
WILLIAMS order by the City Council
Jewett treasurer and
Fogg ;
I' Evening, in ths Fellowship:
after two collided and
cars Merrill Struth, secretary. Contracting And Repairs
Hill of the Church at 7:30:
p.m.
117 N. Walnut Street one struck the Pest Control
Directors elected for two -
PIIONE 964-5391 Thursday; July 31. building. year terms were: Dr. II. II, Leon Dicandio Plumbing Fixtures Water Heaters i
The concert will Includ sa- Many residents have com- Adams, J. C. logg, Dr Harry Filters ji
Proud of Pumps Irrigation Iron
ESTATE FARM cred and folk style music as plained about not being able to Gruen, Carl Lamar Johns, Bill BigWatermelona -
A well as music for ent rtaln- see the traffic light as they Water Softeners )
........, Iniuranc Comcuniti Powell, and Clyde Terwlllegar.
Horn Officiti, Bloomlngton lllinoi, ment. The public Is invited to travel east and west on Call President Moxley conductedthe
attend. Street. business meeting and expressed -
appreciation to those Leon Dicandio ST., now in Phone 964-6023
who had helped make the past his 79th year, still has the a- eA
year a success. lie reportedan bility to grow large watermelons g
S at his home east of Starke. ( Pleasehake' Note Of Our NumberIn
the increase in membership over This year his pride and joy is Your Phone Book)
preceding year. Trophieswere this 55 pound Dixie Queen,
SLA.D from presented by Herb Herres, with which he is pictured above.
New York via Pan American club pro.
World Airways is 1969 Maid of
Cotton Cathy Muirhead. She's
fashionably attired in a double
woven cotton wrap dress by
Tiffenu Busch Sharing center
F BIG BUY! stage are n few pieces of her
Skyway luggage that will ac
company her on travels
throughout the United States,
Canada and the Far East
_
BIG 16.6REFRIGERATOR CUBIC
Irrtmtm l
sn-1, .- *- : FOOT EmphysemaStill


K Much


01 A MysteryWhat



Mfe 299vT causes emphysema?

Nobody knows medical..not even specialist.a topflight

"The one thing we really know
9S ,iS- > r -J K f 7fr/ HC, about It," he's apt to tell you,
Freezer holds to 154 Ibs, ,
J_ s r- up Is that we really know nothing
j 'Two ice trays on handy rack. about it."
) ssaaOC4k i I Separate temperature controls
I Four cabinet shelves one That's how it has always been
-f
I Available adjustable in one GE sli'tas colors out.or white. with lung this severe disease, often which disabling first- Impossible to start our 69 clearance in July??

loomed Importantly on the A BUCK GOES FURTHER
medical scene a decade or so Why not !
at our Impossible Sale.Impossible .
ago In the absence of laboratory -
proof, doctors and
i 1'Ii1lSttttitittttallltatt researchers have been reluct-
ant to commit themselves on New Falrlanes. .
the exact causes of its onset., nice and roomy.

TBF17SE ,
But another kind of evidencehas L
been piling up in the mean-

time--evidence now massive New Mustangs, New Falcons,
enough to compel attention. It hot and sporty style and economy
--- --- --
had long been known that the
great majority of persons


3 Cycles Big Capacity who to have have been emphysema heavy cigarette turn out price cuts on Mustangs, Fairlanes, Falcons! ;

smokers. This fact was under-
scored in the landmark report
I Low Cost of 1964 by the U, S. Surgeon
General's Task Force on Smo- r wI

Filter-Flo* g
king and Health. "The smo-
Washer king of cigarettes," it pointedout
"is associated with an Increased -
risk of dying from pulmonary -
Filter-Flo wash system emphysema" cJ ; L I II

.- --" -ends lint-fu/x on all I I

Size loads. The 1964 report added that
to physical proof of any connection
Washes up 3 wash, rinse 1 i
between smoking and emphy-
temperatures.I sema was lacking. But three ,' I V
Permanent Press cycle years later, when a supplementary : JI
lbs. with "Cooldown." report was Issued by the 1
e U. S. Public Health Service,
Cold water wash and the statistical evidence was con ./
.

U Bleach rinse. dispenser. sidered Impressive enough to Ilji
I warrent different
a account of
Soak Cycle. the situation. This time the PHS This seal makesimpossible : M
Extra Wash setting declared, "the presently avail
fabrlCSr able evidence...strongly suggests savings
yyi Mo<1 Ul 1 WA-C OE No trade refused... = 1 ,

lrllzedhe that cigarette smokingmay entirely possible. anything's possible.TERWILLEGAR .
well
play an important
pathogenic (disease-caus-
199 ing) role in many, although not
all, cases of pulmonary emphy-
"
rf sema.

No( matter how you slice It
(or puff 10) the truth remains MOTORS

i SLADEGAS AN 0APPLIANCES clear smoked: the the more more emphysema.cigarettes

For further information, ask
..
.. your Christmas Seal association
332 W. Madison St. Phone 964.7701 for its free leaflet, "Em- 206 W. Madison SI. Phone 06472ni S1at'ke Fla.
physema The Facts"
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I Ken Fuqua Running; | .1 Tips Given ;

Li.I Li.County Can Prosecute I On Safe Use


i For Chief I IKen 1 Of LaddersLadders

{ For Dumping ChickensA {J may be simple and
commonplace tools around
Fuqua, deputy sheriff homes, and on farms but their
and former assistant: Starke state law covering sanitary Section 386,03 which has to move or prevent the continuing unsafe use frequently causes
police c.ncf; qualified Friday ua nuisances does give the county do with notice to remove nuis- of the nuisance in the accidents, says the Florida
July 18, to run fr police chief:! ._ authority to prosecute persons ances; authority of state health following manner: Agricultural Extension Service.
_
in the city's September 9 elec dumping dead chickens on the officer and local health auth- Correct or remove the nuIsance Spring Is the season for lad-
lion ground, Chief, Deputy Sheriff orities, states: with the costs being der accidents as people do
It Is his nut attempt, po Dolph Reddish has told the __ Upon determining the exIstence paid by the violator. If the their outside chores, such as
litical office. County Commission. of a nuisance, the state costs are not paid In 10 days washing windows and replacing
He will run against Wil'iam' '"' Referring the Board to Chap- health officer shall notify the they can be collected from the storm windows with screens.
ter 386 of the Florida Statutes nuis- violator by suit at law. Use the following
t" guilty party to remove the precautions
F. Rosser. who served as police
the deputy said he "be- -- The health fleer may also ladder accidents
hours against
L"tWoodburn chief! for six before being ance within 24 or some :
years lives the Honorable Jack Tra- other "reasonable" time determined institute criminal proceedings --Always face the ladder when
beaten In 1967 by Chief in the county or municipal
wick does have the authority"to by the state boardof climbing up or down.
Bcbbby Bigss. r' Y Investigate and prosecute health. courts. --Be sure your shoes are
A nine-years: veteran of law Deputy Reddish suggested that
persons guilty of such acts. free of mud or grease before
enforcement, Fuqui: has ben Additional legislation to stop -- If the sanitary nuisanceis the "best thing for the chicken climbing a ladder.
with tie: Bradford; : Sheriff's: : Department such acts In unnecessary, Red- not removed within the Industry to do is to police It- --Always work facing the lad-
] ; for a year. Prior to MayorHurst dish said.Section. time prescribed, the state self." He noted poultry men der, and hold on with one hand.
Starke health officer, his agents or are now organized and there-
that he was assistant 386.041 of the Florida --Never use a ladder a horizontal -
police:> chief for six jears andbefore Statutes under nuisances Injurious deputies or local health authorities fore in a position to take col- position. Extension and
patrolmanfor : to health states may within the county lective action to prevent san-
: that a. city ] : single ladders are not designedfor
where the nuisance occurs, re- itary nuisances.
Sets Try two years. "The following conditions such loads.
Fuqua 34 is a 20-year resident isting-' permitted. maintained --When climbing to roofs, let
witli: kept, or caused by any individual the of
the
:! o Starks: :! He rei.des: top ladder extend -
his wife the femur Carolyn municipal organization or two feet above the edge
For MayorNolan Hutchenson( at 1013 FineSreeze! : with no political! strings. Fuqua To RunMayor corporation, governmental or the roof.
Drive The children are two says he is well acquainted:: with: private, shall constitute facie Schooled In Cotton I --Make sure a stepladder Is
eons, 12 01:113: years of age. the needs of the city palc3] de evidence of maintains nuis- I fully spread and locked--with
Woodburn, owner of The former:: Starke policeman partment. ance injurious to health: all four legs resting on a lev-
We3c: :burn's Gem Jewelry, has promises eat if elected, he treated or Improperly el base.
announced that he Is goin toI'e the: jcb Ulltime." Fuqua will not: resign his post Carl Hurst qualified! treated' human waste garbage --Never stand on top of a
will! "be en
with the sheriff's Department :Monday for re-election to( the offal, dead animals or dangerous !, stepladder.
competition to Mayor Carl further to run the

Hurst In mayoralty race Sept! 9. He police promises: department on his own to make the race Starke held for government 2Ya years peat he has manufacturing waste materials processes from "-;".. ...!........!......!...-!.........,....,......,...............................................;.......;..N.....;.'.;'.;.'..;.'.;.'.;.';..'.;.';.J.N..N '
A newcomer tct t the political] :
He U opposed: by a local Jewl- harmful to human or animal
Woodburn for
qr.al.fled
scene. :
er, Nolan L. Woodburn who is life sand air pollutants, gases
the race on Friday: the 18th. Jacksonville Man And Woman making his first and noisome odors which are .
.try at political .
"I didn't get into the race to harmful to human or animal .. .....
benefit myself but to work for office. life. '%,
a better city," the 53-year-old "In announcing for reelection 'The creation, maintenanceor J1euJ
j political:> : newcomer said Passenger Die In Wreck On SR 21 as your Mayor I promiseyou causing of any condition cap- (fb, I
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continue
; to: :
serve you
He said there: been little or no able of breeding flies, mos-
cooperation!:> among the: varlus effectively efficiently! : and without quitoes or other arthropods
levels of and that prejudice" Mayor::> Hurst BYNANCY'S
goverment Lhnie Stevens 59, and Mrs. intersection diseases
east of Camp BlandIng. capable of transmitting -
states in
he will work:> to change this Dorothy L, .Austin, 50, bth ofJacksonville dldacy. announcing his con- directly or indirectly to FLOWERS
Woodburn said he also believes In "
met death humans.
that city business shouldbe head-on collision abut 4 p.m.a Stevtns was killed instantly "As ycur Mayor I have en- Section 386.051 under nui- FLOWERS ARE'
done on a bid basis: "By doing :: deavored to preside over our HELPFUL, TOO!
: Monday on Highway 21 three and his passenger Mrs. Austin sances Injurious to health,pen-
it the: it has been City with honor and dignity.I Flowers are beautiful to look
way done miles south of the Highway: 16 was pronounced: : dead:! on arrivalat alty, states: '
the taxpayers are paving for it Clay Memorial Hospital have served as your Mayor "Any person found guilty of at-the fragrance of many bios.
ty 1::: increased: :! light: bills and increased Green Cove Springs. honestly, fairly, impartially, creating, keeping or maintain- GIP. sums puts the finest perfumesto
taxation," he said. -- wisely: and without prejudice: ing a nuisance Injurious to shame. Growing :>
Horn in Cumberland: :! County jewelry store in ForterviUs, "Our young people today are health shall be guilty of a mIs- flowers is a
HI., "a little ole farm house," Calif. While in that city he was According to( State Trooper tomorrow's 'adults They need demeanor," A misdemeanor is .rewarding' and
the candidate graduated from appointed to the roads planning investigators the accident occurred 'careful and attentive:! guidance.I punishable by fine or Imprisonment delightful pas
high school in 1931 and workedas committee for that city. when Stevens:! driving; Kill continue to counsel: and time. But flo
a barter for a few years He He came Florida:> !! on a vacation north in a 1964 Chevrolet: attempted work with them: ana! for themI wers offer more
used this: trade to work his way to look:> it over and never to pass another vehicle honestly think I have been of f4, than the above-
through horoloy:> (watchmakingand left." He purchased a jewerlystore In a no(* passing zone and collided benefit them and their 1 fami of Mayer Randal; Chitty. He had dr r mentioned re-'
Jewelry repair) school i in in Deland In 1940 and remained head-on with a 1967 Thunderbird served the previous three yearsas q 'r wards.
lies."I
Chicago.He there until 195S whenhe being driven south by am experienced:! in city chairman of the City Council ; ., \ God saw fit to
married! the former Mildred purchased: the store on Call Darrell Wright, of Jacksonville.! government as I was on the use flowers in the order of
Knapp in Sullivan, Ind., in Street ,Wright and his wife escaped City Council 6V4 years ''and have He is owner and operator: of things.' Ask a school child about
1934 and they have 3 children!: Woodburn is a Mason, an officer with minor injuries. been your Mayor 2'a? years My the Shell:! Service:: Station and '. the function of plants in the
Lonnie, who lives in Stm:\ 'ke: in the Elks Club, on of!- experience; 13 beneficial: and wrecker service:! at 210() South ;: ,. absorbing of carbon dioxide,
'Sara who Is married and livesin cer in the Liars Club. Fast Worthy Both cars were declared a total advantageous to you and! our Temple Avenue. and giving off life's oxygen.If .
Winter Park, and Candy Patron of Eastern Star, loss. The 42-year-old Hurst Is Woodburn, who works and lives president: of ,Keystone:> Aero city."I will! appreciate:! your vote\ year resident:: of Bradford:> County school set and checked, cotton gingham is equally in order planets find flowers it will bea

in Winter Park. He also has Club, and member of the First Investigators!: estimated Stevens and active support; in the City and a native, of Suwannee for the brother-sister front of the little wear.boy's Bright button-on red apple suit appliques and the adorn girl's safe place for man
two grandchildern.: Christian Church, the Chamberof : was driving between 55 and election on September 9." County. He was employed with! : back-belted apron By Lil Filly Originals both have con There Is Joy in flowers, too
Prior to moving to Florida: In Commerece and the Farm 60 miles per hour, and Wright Hurst was .appointed: mayor, the Hercules Powder Co in trasting collars of white cotton pique. when you send flowers-you
1949, Wosdturn: maragsd! a Bureau. from 60 to 65. in January 1967 after the death Starke for 8V4' years send happiness, joy and love.Pali .

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Year Olds sonings resulted from failure to storing poisons In unmarked
'Gone With The Wind' To Play CUBB Director keep poisons away from chil containers such as LOft drink

I'I BROOKER Most Frequent dren: careless use of mothballs, bottles and failure to dispose of"empty"

For 4 Days At Florida Theatre Poison Victims' roach tablets and rat baits; poison containers
':::
By. a.q.. Rta&ss
S "Cone With the Wind", will fight against me given mon- Being Sought Over half of the poisonings .0000001000000
play through in sters which come from swampon In
Saturday a reported Florida/ last year
Misses Betty Jean Templeand Mr. and Mrs Bob Baker and four-day run at the Florida asteroid. It stars Robert Involved children under five, : Gaie.svill.'s' '

spent Christine Sunday Brooks here with of Cocoa Mr. family of Salt Lake City; Utah, Theatre. Luciana Horton Richard Paluzzi. Jaeckel, and CURB Economic Agency's and two-year olds were the DISCOUNT MUSttlRg v,4, :

and Mrs. James L.Templeand spent several days last week Board of Directors "will]) start most frequent victims of accidental ,
family. with Mrs.Baker's mother,Mrs. Released for the sixth time this giving serious thought to filling: poisonings according to Mobil. Home +
Edwards. since its premier in Atlanta At the 301 Drive In the the Florida Hospital Association 44 MOBILE
Lottie position" of executive director Saks Lot HOMES
Mr. and Mrs. James Kidwell Mr. and Mrs. David Claytonof in 1939, "Gone With the Wind" Thursday Saturday, July 24- when It meets at 8 Orlando. ,INC. .
and grandson, Ronnie Boston the has been reprinted from Its 26, a double bill will screen p m. 4
Lake Hamilton, spent Monday in the Starke Ele Cooperating with the Accident HOME
"Guns of the MagnificentSeven" OF FAMOUS
Mass. are spending two weeks weekend with Mr. and Mrs. original small screen 35 mm mentary Cafeteria, according to Prevention Program of the BRANDS 4
vacation here with Mrs. Alberta Leroy Stokes and family. Technicolor on the new wide and "Born Wild. CUBB secretary Sally Nelson.A State Board of Health, hospitalsof NEW MOON CAPELLA BRONZWOOD

Stokes and daughter Ruby. Mr. and Mrs, Elson Bran- screen. Once again movie fans the Florida Hospital Associ- CONCORD O

Mrs. S. McGauley and Mr. nen of Lake City, were visit- will have a chance to see "The First Time storyof number of applications! for ation reported 6,455 poisonings
and Mrs. Taylor and family ing Mrs. Alberta Stokes Saturday the classic of moving makingand three teenage boys, becom-
of Palatka, were visiting Mr. winner of 10 Academy A- ing men and starring beautiful and ads concerning the vacancy and under accounted for 3,235 Big and spacious 3 bedrooms, I !4 boths, txtra O
and Mrs. Lee Roy Green last Misses Kathy and Valerie Bisset, is part are appearing In papers: In the cases and two-year olds were large closets and storage ipace. Completely furnished.
Bristol are spending two weeks Jacqueline four-county area this week. end corpetc-d. Ov.r 800 feet of .
square living
weekend. wards, and the memorable per- of the double bill screening 'Involved in 1,461 incidents The ipoc< --
with -Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur formances given by Vivien 1968 total shows an increase of .
at the The
Sunday Wednesday Agency has enough
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Mr. and Mrs. James Rhoden
Gass
in Washington, D. C.
and son of Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Out- Leigh, Clark Cable, Leslie drive in. money to hire a director begin. 400 cases over 1967 and 140 BRONZWOOD, 64,12, 3 bedrooms, I 1i bath.. 12
Howard, and Olivia de Main Floridians of all died of
ages Wide, 2 bedroom
fling September 1. The position units from $3395.
Mrs.: Lillie Love of Bell were law, Sr. and family and Mr.
last __
land. poisoning year. _______
half- has been vncr.nt since VISTAVolunteer
the Sunday dinner guests of and Mrs. E. Brown and fam- "The Split. story of a Most
Mrs. Ruby Rogers.Mr. ily of Hampton were visiting Show time is million robbery of the Los Angeles Ron Sage resigned of the poisonings occurred : SAVE ON CLEAN USED MOBILE HOMES
7:30 In and around
the home
and Mrs. Joe Vickery Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes night.A p.m. each Coliseum after a sell April 28 and aspirin in the hands of 1964 FLEETWOOD- .1 -2 B.R., front kitchen. 4c
of Alachua were visiting Mr. Sunday. out football game, is the second .O 1965 FLEETWOOD- ,1 0-3 B.R., front k.teh.n..
and Mrs. Leroy Stokes and family Misses Sharon and Sheila Ba- feature. The spine tingling Mrs. Nelson said she has also children was cited as the most 1966 NEW R., "Jack 0 'Jill", O
Sunday. ker of Salt Lake City Utah, spell-binding .outer-space drama stars Jim Brown, Di- been told that: representativesfrom frequent cause, followed closelyby e Payments O
are spending the week here with science fiction thriller Is set ahann Carroll, Julie Harris, the Office of Economic other Internal medications, Low Down Monthly Payments
Mrs. Pearl Markey spent a Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwardsand at the Florida Sunday Tues- James Whitmore, and Ernest Opportunity In Atlanta will attend :household cleaners and polishes O 4820 N.W I I3.th ((441 North) GAINESVILLE 378.1346 O

few days visiting Mr. and Mrs. family.We day, July 27 29. "The GreenSlime" Borgnlne. the Monday night meeting. insecticides and kerosene.

John Green In Memphis, Term. are glad to learn that Mrs. is' the.. ..story... .. of' earth's Many of the accidental poi t, o osoooooosooooook .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wiggins Iva Douglas is home after

and family of Charleston, spending several days In the
S. C. spent a week here visit- Alachua General Hospital .
ing Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence also on our sick list this weekis

Wiggins. Mrs. Ethel Russ who Is at

Mrs. Guy Harrell and her home recuperstlng from a back
sister, Mrs. Stella Lovely of injury received at work. Con-
gratulations to Mr. and Mrs.
Gainesville, are spending this q NAVY
week In Alberque, New Mexico, Lavern Dyal on the birth of '
w'
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clifton a daughter. p1C IDISCOUNT sroass

Hayes and family.Mr. Among those from Brooker EAGLE SAVES YOU \ LOWER BETTER
attending the birthday dinner PRICES QUALITY
and Mrs. Paul Prescottand for Bert .Stokes in Starke Sun- '/ )..
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Hodge day, were: Mr. and Mrs. Edd i '/( j. MORE v1 r ,

and daughter were visiting PFC Polk, Mrs.Alberta Stokes,Miss -gifcci, + 4rdSFACTtO
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Denver Prescott in Redstone, Ruby Stokes, and Donel Stokes. MORE EVERY DAY r *
Ala. last week. Little Rickey Carrol had a *

tonsillectomy at the hospitalIn orscovr+r sro t
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescottwere Gainesville Tuesday. # FRIDAY SATURDAY ..

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Casey Atkinson was visiting NEVER BEFOREI
Orle Prescott and family In Mr. and Mrs. Jack ElmoreIn RESEaVEO ITALIAN BIKE FILM
Tampa on Sunday, and Mrs. Apopka, Friday.Mr. {t1GHT5 AMF FIRE TRIKES \ !r SIMONIZ OILTREATMENT

Nellie Pringle of Lakeland Mon- and Mrs. Ronald Bristol Q ATTY, '- WITH PROCESSING I .
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day. and family and Mr. and Mrs. ,.) .. .. I OR
Leroy Stokes and family attended ; red finish
Mrs. Paul Archer and chil- the Young Country Showin L i with white A'--i & DEVELOPING II

dren of Brooker, and her house Cross City, Friday night. WfUSNttvoovs t -3..:.: trim IN CARTON CX620 GAS TREATMENT
guest, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Douglasof Streamers', i 1 ''a.-?.: :: % Oil Treatment disolves
Raulerson and children of A- Atlanta, Ga. spent several fire bell: .-of> CXI271
1 1 : and 2 three; Plan sludge & coats.moving parts
popka, spent last week with days here visiting Mr.and Mrs. e-J! Gas Treatment is a carburetor
'ladders ,
Mrs Ida Howard Douglas and family. t rung '
.WoofenbergerinBristel'Fenn. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin YOU SAVE 5,00 /BV' R iIfready! \\ on hand'' rJ cleaner and fuel

Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green and family and Rhonda Har- U "lit!,- .\I system detergent
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Miss Haywood Ebenezer Brooks will be In crowned charge. $1.25 chicken box for 89 with cents the LADIES' UNFINISHED TONKA 24" GRILLS INTENSITY'

August 3 with Joan Pittman and plus give a free Pepsi
dinner. There will also be free h All"* WOOD LAMPS
testants.Daisy Bell Coleman as con- entertainment by the Sun Valley PERMANENT PRESS "wheels' J
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Rangers, a country band, Friday r5 r ,, BARSTOOLS -sue; N 2J" For use in
Bethlehem Free Will Ban- from 5. 10 p.m. BLOUSES BABY DOLL I PAJAMAS wide; living room: work
Jasper Williams Wishbone Fried Chicken is a r ,
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pastor. Monday night registered trademark of Jack- Sleeveless and roll up Adorably/ style* in ce l Celt enntf high and

Choir No. 1 rehearsal. Tues- son Atlantic, Inc. of Atlanta, 11 1'" \ styles in attractive prints Acetate 6.88 study'
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day night Choir No. 3 and Ushers Ga., of which the Wishbone and pastels, sizes 32 38 Is?* Laeey detail en charming prints lb ( Folding aluminum
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< pine top: legs
chain is a division. Julian :k906lADIES'
Board No. 2 will meet. Jackson of Jacksonvilleand YOU SAVE 20c < _ r hardwood legs plated grid with
Wednesday night Prayer Meeting a 30
Thursday night Story Hour. owner of Jackson Minlt 1 w II YOU Inch YOU SAVE 1.00'/ > handles; moss green YOU SAVE 1.94LADIES'
Band Market chain is chairman of ; JJ \\f SAVE2I*
Prayer
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dinners the board of Jackson-Atlantic, _
meeting. Saturday night 96tI
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will be sold Inc.The
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Sunday School, 9:30: with the annual kVv ,2.96
stores in operation throughoutthe
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be held all day. Morning Wor- of July southeast.the chain Before expects the to have end mikLADIES' LEATHER
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Cloud speaker. Dinner will be 110 stores in operation. ; INDOOR/
10 Wishbone Fried Chicken '
the grounds at 1:30.: are r
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establishments in Jacksonville, *.
Afternoon service will be held MEN'S ; Too OUTDOOR
8 in Orlando, and 3 in Gaines- '..:% GRASSHOPPER
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store is Bill Macomber of } : '
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Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor 1 I leather all \ Beige colors REPEATBack
supevises three stores in N ,Tl'"r'v"t'""* '"*3 't, popular >3"v S'
of Greater Allen Chapel, pass- Gainesville and two in Ocala. .electiw, ,f leather sole : zipper t 1 OF ASELLOUT
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vices will be held at 11 a.m. The Wishbone chain accord fulleuti S .- YOU SAVE 614 Sizes YOU SAVE 704
Saturday at Allen Chapel with $in 242 5'10 I
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1 End Deficit Spending .


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accounts receivable .,
simplified accounts :
deficit school spend Y :
It's time to end
due, financial statement each
ing. For four years now the school month. They should have it and they ;;
system has come up with a deficit on
and the other board members should L
-0 the end of the fiscal I
June ;> year. study the statements with care.
We believe everyone shculd begin -
School finances are very complicatedand
working light now to live within the Hall said look like "iChinese",
as ,
Man On
1969-70 budget. Let's not wait until The Moon
figures to the layman: Surely a methodcan Two American astronauts
,
the last night in 1970. Let's get started
be worked out that the average Nell Armstrong and Edwin Al our astronaunts made it plain

light now. businessman can understand.We drln, landed on the moon Sun These Interesting photographs were taken by Gary Whitehead young Starke photo they were acting as ambassadors -

First of all citizens of Bradford recognize that the timber litigations day, July 20, opening a doorraphe..., with a 33 mm camera during Sunday's "moon ualk., for all nations when they

County can do their part by attendingthe have complicated the school financial to the limitless frontier of In- At left Commander Armstrong just after stepping on surface of moon from left behind a plaque which said .

budget hearing at 7 p.m. August 1. picture even further. However finity.; ladder In background White area II reflection of sun on surface of the moon. Dark in part: "We "came in peace '
for all mankind.
Last year about 40 interested citizens it that: the litigations are To the millions who watched area, Ih upper half of picture Is the blackness: : of space

attended. We applaud this. It marked drawing, appears to a close so that complicationmay the eerie loping f of the ghostly Center: Dramatically clear photo of surface: Of'the' moon taken by TV camera: down I
spacesulted figures across the July 20, 1 1969 will go
time in that
the first people were
years set up outside lunar module by Armstrong
be removed. the date
soon Sea of Tranqulllty Sunday's through the ages as .
interested enough to give two or three Regardless of the complications, TV spectacular must still seem Right: Armstrong and Aldrln after planting the Stars and Stripes on surface of that changed man's concept of

hours of their time to the matter. something is definitely wrong when like a dream from which we the moos the universe. It established

We urge citizens of Bradford Countyto the last day comes to balance the bud might awake at any moment. beyond doubt that one day he

attend this meeting and to ask ques- get for the fiscal and school board ihe full significance of this the same as it was before the table spirit to push to new it remained for American know- would fly to the planets and
tions. Good schools are of great importance year event is not yet fully American flag was planted on horizons. Pioneer scientists how and technical wizardy to deep into space because the
to everybody in the communityand members are astounded to find that realized by earthbound viewers. the moon. like Galileo Newton,. Archimedes put their theories into practice. door to infinity itself has been

the budget is' way out of whack. But one thing is sure mankind and Copernicus provided Apollo was a U.S. program, opened to mankind by the courageous
they are also the responsibility of Although the responsibility of school can never again be quite The feat has been described the basic knowledge for our and its rockets and spaceships three who rode Apollo 11

everybody in the community. finances is most directly the responsibility as a triumph of man's Indomlmoon flight centuries ago, but bore the Stars and Stripes. But to the moon and back.
Board :Members\ Rodney Hall and
cf the school board and the superintendent -
Charles Sawyer to be ccmmended
are and his staff, it is
for refusing to sit back and take every- FarmersWelcome
a Diary womai's
ones responsibility and the time has ) it's a
deficit budget lightly. They !asked:, for a
come to act. '

cloudiness showers brought and periodsof relief .w.. ,':';(?J1IJ1f 1l

It is true that a photo elec-
from the prolonged hot spell
which slowed tric eye could be used to tell t"7 '
I Time For RethinkingA everything down r
except the motors in aircon- the degree of ripeness of a ..
ditioners. Our electric bill for berry, but as all pickers know, By Martha Sue McCain
the some of the best ones are hid- .County Extension
period was higher than we'vehad
lot of times we human beings get ther more nor less honest than the rest for some time and we -A den under ]leaves, and it takes ... Home Economics Agent
swish of the plant with the handto .
imagine that others will blink
of .
ideas in our heads that have little relation us. locate them. And if a ma-

to reality, but because nobody As for being shiftless, we don't believe when they see their statements. chine took a swish at a plant,

tells us the ideas are wrong we just goright the poor as a group are any worse By Sam McGarvey we'd hate to think what would HANDLING CAN CAUSE perature of the refrigeratorabove

on accepting them as facts. than many of the more fortunate a- Tobacco markets opened happen to it i n the process. FOOD POOR POISONINGFood 45 degrees. Leave themin

mong us.Let's Wednesday in the Florida don is planned for the pro-y the refrigerator until they
:Maybe we need to stop from time to Georgia belt and growers will duction of calves for veal. As .r poisoning ranks second are either served or reheated.

time, put our feet up and rethink some look at one family of ten. The cash in on their long monthsof outlined at the Starke City But as long as labor is a only to the common cold as the Keep hot foods HOT -.

of these ideas. For instance, those of husband is disabled and can do little hard work during the auction Council meeting last week, the problem, and it promises to most frequent cause of Illnessin about 140 degrees and cold
season. Early] offerings be one for many years, designers this country and food poisoning foods COLD -- below 40 de-
us who are not poor have plenty of work. The wife works whenever she can farmer would be furnished with will be busy tryingto results most frequentlyfrom
at the market are generally grees. Food may not be safeto
the calves and feed and his
misconceptions about the poor and find a job. For five years the family middle grade leaf, as the grow would be to raise them job out figure how to do things me- carelessness in the hand eat if held for more than
what it's like to be received $81 month from the welfare chanically. So at some date and storage
poor. a ers test prices before putting to a designated weight when ling, preparation, 3 or 4 hours at temperatures
department. For three or four years their best tobacco up for sale. they would be sold to a slaught- in the future, a berry grower of food. between 60 and 120 degrees,for
Some of tend to think the might sit on his front porch,
us poor they got $85 a month and just a erlng plant. The same idea was "mike" and order Poor food-handling practicesin this is the zone where bacteria
people are mostly black and that they're 0 tried with pick up a home often cause illnessin All time, Including -
little over a year ago it went up to $100 "pig parlors" but it his mechanical picker to out the grow rapidly.
the only ones who get help from theWelfare sometimes Speaking about smoking, a did not work out well financially go the family, even though the that for preparation,
( month for the 10-acre of
more) a and pick a patch
Department and other state space scientist defended the at least for farmers in this foods were safe to eat when storage and serving must be
berries. And if all this sounds
first time. The wife took in washingand huge expenditures for the area. However, it might be a purchased or first prepared. counted ir that 3 or 4 hours
and federal programs. like a Buck Rogers idea, just
ironing and did babysitting in her Apollo program, saying tha good idea so far as calf grow think of what is going on today. Lack of sanitation, insufficient

While we haven't attempted to research home. the cost is only about one ing is concerned. cooking, and improper storagecan
Our
third of the money people spendin o..r allow bacteria in food to
the entire Southland, we have "I wasn't trained to that wtt,
get a job a year for tobacco. increase to dangerous levels.
make
checked into the local situation. Right would pay enough for me to employa Mass production techniqueshave mistakes But even, and machines after giving can the Outbreaks of illness from food readers ail

here in Bradford County, there are babysitter and still have money left . been applied to agriculture order we suggested above, the contaminated by harmful bac-

more white people who are poor than over she said. At the time of writing, we with great success, and farmer might horrified to see teria are especially common writeDear
,
Negroes who are poor. are anxiously waiting for the many harvesting machines have his mechanical monster out in during hot summer months when
outcome of man's first been out in perishable foods carried
attemptto use. such as for are on Matthews
the field of Mr.
tearing a patch :
For years their annual income was land on the moon, and pray celery and tobacco, to name up picnics and cookouts without
the of the
Statistics compiled by Office greens. All the Nation watched unbelievable -
Economic;' Information around $2,000 or $250 a year per per- ing that our intrepid astronautswill just two. But so far as we '" proper refrigeration. feat of placing man
t Opportunity son. come out of the adventure know, the picking of strawberries '*'. Families can be protected on the moon last Sunday. Trulyan
Center define "poor" for Bradford safely. Of has from foodborne illness
course our hopeis proved to a tough Computers are just dandy by: astronomical performance
County as families whose yearly income Four years ago they moved into a that they will be successful problem for machine designers. but they do make mistakes. Attention to personal hygiene but our scientists doctors of
less than $3,000 a but that is secondary to their Some rigs have been used which by all members of the
average year. house which has an inside bathroom. A man in Jacksonville recently space, etc. accomplished this
safety transport the pickers over the a water bill for household. feat with what the world saw as
got
this cent Two years ago the wife found a summer r. beds many Making all dishes
24 berry but
According to report, per so far it takes thousands of dollars so when sure almost a snap of the finger
of all poor families in Bradford are job and got enough money to buya Broiler production has been the human eye to determine if' the machines make mistakes, utensils, kitchen equipment,and it was so perfect.

white ; 10.5 per cent Negro. The num- hot water heater (the first time put on such an efficient: basisthat a berry is ripe and ready for' they really make whoppers.be work surfaces are clean. Now, with your connectionswith

ber Of poor in the county comes to they'd ever had hot water). She also the same type; of opera- picking.Saunders storing Taking, simple preparing precautionsin cookingand the various newspaper

made enough that to the people of the country, can you
37.4 pv'r cent, or more than onethirdof summer paint preserving all foods.

all families in the county.Accort.'ing front and one side of the house ("It The U. S. Department of Agriculture find technicians out why, etc.our of scientists-the news
Home
looked bad from the Says Rule has released
so road. ) That just a media have not been able to
to Department of Public bulletin Food
cost about $20. new "Keeping perform the astronomical (it
t Welfare statistics( Bradford has 363 Safe to Eat," which will help seems) feat of flipping off the

j, white adults receiving assistance and She recently had a job for nine homemakers avoid food hand- switch that controls Walter

130 Negro I'dults receiving assistance.: months that paid about $80 a month ; Still Being MisunderstoodReprinted I ling practices in illness which In addition could result to- Cronkite's mike while the astronauts

AFDC (Aid to Families for Dependent the welfare checks have gone up to ( general information on proper are trying from 250
from July 22 Gainesville Sun)) thousand miles to talkto
Children) is going to 298 white children $133 a month, and only six childrenare State Sen. Saunders sanitation and cleanliness in away
Bob .earth
D: us people.
in the county and 428 Negro chil still at home. For the first time Gainesville, told the Gainesvill, level.handled on the I local I; the home, it lists the food d Frank H. Collins

dren. they had enough money to plant a vegetable Club most vulnerable to infection, Starke Fla.
Exchange Monday tha t
this Under the local bill setup, the disease born by foods, a
garden Total cost
summer. "home rule" is one of the .
Of the 1,239 who receive mos many major local issues finally temperature guide for proper ""' ;o.-
persons (having the ground prepared, the seed misunderstood topics storage of foods guidelines
help from the Welfare Department, 661 and the fertilizer approve ended up in the lap of the -:--, '.
) was $14. by the 1969 legislature. local on canning, freezing and re- ; I' t.
t are white and 578 Negro. legislative delegation I t I freezing. .

The family started receiving commodity Saunders said the new hom< y which would go to Tallahasseeto Some general pointers the

1 Approximately 271 white familiesand foods sometime in 1968. For the rule law he sponsored gives tl e( pass special laws on each bulletin lists for preparing and

209 colored families receive free first time there the counties all powers which 1' topic. cooking foods are:
was "always something
commodity food in the county. Thereare to eat. are not Inconsistent with genera!1 Saunders' "charter" home Serve food soon after cook-

about f BOG white individuals and or special law. < 4 rule (another law passed In the ing or refrigerate promptly.Hot .

about 719 colored receiving the surplus We're not attempting to defend or He said this gives the -lfxrY last session) gives counties the they foods do may not raise be refrigeratedif the tem- rj C-waly.:

food. oppose the welfare system or the poverty option to organize their opera-
legislative delegation a "sortof'veto "Now hold it!"
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program or the distribution of tions'ery similar! to citygovernment
Many of us who are not poor, and power for c o u n t :J \
surplus commodities. We realize that, which is under a 2 "' .-
ordinances.The .1 ,
have been
never really in also
need charter. \-.. .
like other they have > ..
the many programs Gainesville T- :;::;;.
see poor as being willing to steal senator said >
their weaknesses and abuses, as wellas The Gainesville senator said t
arid to cheat the government at the new "non-charter" home T
I every their strong points. that county government also can :;;c.---
opportunity.We. rule law forces all local Issue!
be completely l l restructured ,
But consider the statistics and think to be handled on a local l "
under "charter" home rule.
We believe the steal or
poor level.
about this!' one family that has
reallytried r
cheat the "It's entirely possible under
government than
: anymore to make it, without much successor Saunders said anyone who has i I SEN. BOB SAUNDERS charter t .
government to eliminateall
s any other group of people. By shops hope for a better future.If seen "local bills" passed in the> Home Rule 'llsuodustood'I of the elected county officials
lifting stealing from the company and legislature at Tallahassee "can i I "
similar acts of thievery the so-called do this sincerely and objectively In the county, Saunders said
we see the need for home rule Saunders said many people r/
"'Iaw-a"i in .citizens: steal more per perhaps we will learn to stop "Law Is made simply on the! have asked him why the noting this probably would not !"!- '

year than all the criminals in the United lumping all the poverty-level population wave of a hand," he said after. legislators want to give local include the county\ t commIssion : GI 'oot I g gf2r"

States! according to FBI DirectorJ. together and calling them all worthless describing the process of bill I officials more power. And he ;; 'I1..e

Edgar Hoover. and shiftless. Common sense tells us approval on the Local Bill said his answer has been that Saunders noted that Dade and : J;;
Duval
counties
"Poor" people are just plain human that if they had their choice they would Calendar. he_ feels local problems,!! _should under charters.currently operate .:;i ,,,- '
choose to live not in poverty but on
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beings that as like a group the rest they of probably us ; which are means nei the same level as most other Americanslive. One In Every 6 Floridians r: legislative Saunders pay also raise!':defended which fnu the h Bv Lvnn Hamilton of Southern; Marine

I Claude i ;k"lsb !di 'g- ; as HOWOV H.'\IH.F. HOAT \n 'I|>pio.ith 10 a pier shoiilililu.iti

Now Receives Social Securityreached a major 1970 campaign issue MVICKsOV. .VS IIOVTMVN: : he made. .it stem ,J>"".t. :"mtl I

against the legislature. I lion ant Inutile lour 'IHI.II" .11 ..mil.iniiiiiil heading into the tithe. iiiuciit orMlllll
The Bradford .
County -- .
Ulllll the iMItt
will il IS lloC IO (lie
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pint <> a i gic.il 'cII":
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED Number of Floridians receiving 1,027,593 at the beginning The Gainesville senator said impute .pct! I lalul.. uilll 'IHI.II, pier. .itl.uli,( .1 |how (line, and linn

.Sf/K social security payments of this year. This includes he voted for the pay raise mln.hip-ur| I.uk'" passed the million mark for the retired, disabled or deceased because he thought t the only iM.i.ltiiliiilK'' IHI.IIIIUII I Bate .1 nil' batty'" in.
1879 : : $ first time on January 1 of this workers their spouses relevant question was what the iced In tt.ikh the boll li.niilliiiK. II \oii 111"1 i "I'p."h. the pin,.
year and stood 5 per cent over and families and sometimes ill..in' ul l I lull rtll.tu. Ullll. ..h.illl.. 11 I Clll. pull
,, g the number in early 1963 the their parents. legislators should be paid basedon I lo Infill, \ "nli IMMI.I Ihc IMI.II" "I'| 1'.11.,11..1, I Ihc pier a slum tlitl .

at llitla. Florida State Chamber of Com The sum received by Flori- the responsibilities of the pinpoh. II loo. bate a '''1,11, IHI.II l time. 1".1"oul' | .h ill in. lie MIIC lo
MIMeaaFLORI Thou preparest a table before merce reported in its Weekly dians under the various aspects Job.He Mm shtinlil Mi.ultomitir, on the pill 'kmil''11 atcr I the .iilu. if I the IMMI
me. -Psalms( 23:5)). Business Review released July of social security last year I noted the legislature now 1M'1'' aIM'.II.1|| | | :!> lit':III It.IIIUlMlIp Mill ill iH I. SO it lIlHMI I )gl I tl.llll.lgCll.
n heat' it the .
ESSASSO hump
.14 |II| pier.I'iear
A |1t.iblc. tl.lll' lash"
This day is God's gift to us. 20."This totaled 1030184000. This a- has annual sessions and standing I 11 |Logy) > MMI \uill likc.lt.. tt.ilk: '" .ilxp.iul' ut.y. hate tli.ui.. iing< in
I It is ours to plan, activate and total represented one mount was 18 percent more than committees which substantially I using Ih.: sit'I'| |pad" mi,i the guo'alc.Nctcr \ lK.ll.inh. in whit Inn mat |he |Icdliar |
TON enjoy. It is: laden with limitless! resident out of every six in thestate's In 1967 compared with a national Increases the work load from I lMI.11.1. Itllll MUM' ll.llllll: Illll III ,Miming 'IHMH., II lour buoy .and

: It la like feast population," Ronald S. gain of 16 per cent. the past. )gr.n. (;.tl 1 alaa"I.| | 1 IIIM, .. .lInll nkc,"' nnir "trot hllll hue .11) cue ,Iitetl, in
opportunities. : a Spencer Jr., resulted innmil. \|
general ilut.in
managerof "The increases the pin "l, hue. it li.nuliil ,Inton iiiiiplt l >c bated
prepared especially for us. We the chamber, pointed out. partly from larger individual And he noted that before the mil .1 ilc.11. : 01, .Ix.II. .ml .in.l the sl.uk.

can take or do as little or as "Expressed another way 16.7 payments which went into effect pay raise, legislators( were col- >uu sliiiulil,.. .,I".,itn .k...i'|1. .1 i line' l.lktll''' lip .lUlll.l, |11| Ills Inns |ht, "C
much us we desire. Knowingthis .. per cent of all Floridians are early last year and, in the lecting 1300-1600 a month In "ex fastu ,the |pi..i mini ton M.III ,llunmlin in" t\t. a tiiiiplc nr ligmc tight
E. L. MAT1HEWS. Editor-Publiator receiving these ll'i "'h.II.i"l, di ill .iii.iinI. .1 .I<-alhh a heal hill
the which i
with from money" in
lot us! fill up this day payments, the case of Florida, partly pense really put (
Published each Thursday aid entered tatClait aee.eI worthwhile thoughts words, highest proportion of any state greater number of eligible perSons their pay substantially above the iiu.it limn I the pier| .and ,llnil nullretcli.hll ,.. .1 hit 1 "Ixill.nil.It Mill. tit, round utll.. Fur M.IIIIIIIK. i I.>
lit the a i linn rout |
Matter at the Post Office: al Starke Florida because of the with total M.lll IIKlllllIf MII
retirees Compared
many $1.200 annual level. lull
and deeds. And with these "II' :ate' III tll.xf ,11 liuihiH hill oulliii., hm a Into
who tpl.llUIH' : .1 .
I under Act of March 3rd I87t. thoughts make it a successful The are now living in the state. wages and salaries paid to The legislature Increased pay |pier. .kiip. .1 IMIU' line ,,,")(. linn' hitch in. Ixmlnif ii IHIUI.

Subscription In trade' area: 1 year 15.00; OnUld where God's love national average was 12.3 working I-loridians, the payments to 12.000 annually in th. last the ,iiiiilui, ,i'.it hum l lJu. purr and If tun.. liimllf. tutu' IMI.II tin.n.(.Ih:1I".lIi.1 .
trade area 1 year, ".Sf day-one per cent," Spencer said. total represented about session. .li.uk.. mil, I holding the lane in also| -. : ) iI plat. and. m.ikc,.. lour. .lxi.il
hearts with Krutl-
warms our Full count of all social security 10 per cent," Spencer comment. I 1''hen hit| llit IMIU lint nil the titan l.i-l using (iinptr. ..kiii.ii.. j it| r ill in.nkM : .
recipients in Florida i thi.,i) h"11 'the muter and. immune >II. .w .1, unnlu. | it ill IMI.IIIII.III In the
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HAMPTON '................ OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY .............


By Mrs, D. E. mil



Mr. and Mrs. l.conVclctoand
[family of Memphis, Tcnn. were
vernlght visitors Wednesday
last week with Mr. and Mrs.C. .
H. Hicks.
David Melton son of Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Mellon, has ( ,
(been confined to the University
I Medical Center in Gainesvillefor v/
the last two weeks. Their

been youngest visiting daughter her grandparents, Teresa, has kvArJ k'Ji$ S W s T ic: s THIRD PRIZE

J Mr. and Mrs. McConaghy, in $2.000 I IN CASH
I Jacksonville.Mr .

and Mrs. Robert Kre- I / _____ L p Ie Ou 0O FOURTH PRIZE -
,
[ nack and daughters of Key West ) at
arrived here Sunday night fora 5100.00 IN CASH
visit with her parents, Rev. 50 WINNERS
and Mrs. Melvin llamel. flff /ait" FIFTH PRIZE -

Hogan Dill visited Underwood relatives and in Louise Geor- p S tJlPj "tJU' I N CASH $50.00 IN CASH

gia on their vacation last week. o 51o f''I I N CASH 100 WINNERS
Mrs. Marklee Norman was
taken to St. Vincent's Hospitalin
W-D BRAND
Jacksonville for treatmentlast YOUNG

Mrs.week.Ruth C. Mills of Fal- BROAD

lon Nev. arrived last week fora
visit with her son inlaw 9'S
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.Don
Hill, and daughters. Mr and
Mrs. Mills left Monday for +
Miami to visit Mr. and Mrs.A. .
P. Mills and family. RI
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richardand
daughter Toye spend Mon-
day through Thursday lastweek
with her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Adkins.
Mr. and Mrs. James Stinson
and family of St. Petersburgwere
weekend guests of his
brother and family, the Wildon
Stinsons.
Nancy Gay of Starke spent
last weekend here with Mr. '
and Mrs. Lynn Hall. :
Mrs. Ronnie Long spent last :

weekend Florida. with relatives in South : V GRADE II A"

Weekend visitors at the QUICK FROZEN
George Herman home were Eddie s p r
Vincett of Jacksonville, and r
Buck Mathews and Tony Ken-
nan of Eglin Air Force Base 10 LBS.
near Pensacola.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins & UP
made an overnight trip recentlyto LB.
visit relatives in Florala,
Ala. Quantity Rights Reserved-Prices Good All Week Thursday thru Wednesday July 24 30
,. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Burk- WINN DIXIC' TORM, INC COPYRIGHT' late

hart and family of Perrine spent USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED ALL MEAT STEW OR 2-1/4-lb. 2-lb.W-D QUICK FROZEN DEEP CUBEDCALIF.

Mr.last week and Mrs.here with Lynn her hall parents Ral-, ROAST 89< GR. CHUCK $1.99 STEAKETTES.i $1.89

eigh Brannen and the Halls were 'B. . .. .
dinner guests in Gainesville
USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED W-D BRAND LEAN BOB WHITE REGULAR
Friday evening.

-NOTICE OF Fonr(.LOaEnr tincur. : CHUCK AK. 89'* GR. BEEF..5 'BS. $2.59 SLICED BACON. 'B. 69
GALE 11 v CLIIIK OF
toi iir USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED W-D BRAND LEAN 3-lb. HORMEL

.tho XOTIcn, Clerk andelgned' of Is the hvrviiy, Circuit Charles, given Cuuit A. Darby that of SH'LDER STEAK 99* GR. BEEF 10 'BS. $4.99 CAN HAM $2.99

iMttiuuul the mil, County.day "of .1..1'111.AIIHUKC' 196 willon !>. . .
at 11:00: AM. at tlu Hunt doorof
I Courthouse of UrllH"'d, .!'...
County Florida, oiler for s.
and aril' ut pulilkuutoy to the FEATURE
lllKlif and best lililili-i for cnvli.the CRYSTAL
folloxvlnif des\ i ll.til proprrlr, ,
situate In Illudfurd County
I-'I'TUln.: to-\vit: MAID
ThvVot 100 feet of the gnAt GRANADADIXIE
171 r.-H I Hunt; of the :Noith: :ill)
feet of Lot or !ttloi k 11, UuHt of
Ilnilriuid, Town of Uiwtey. Molldii -
hunk 1 I'aee S'l. rul.lii: .ItecuitU -
ut Bradford! County, !'1'J-

rlcln.Forte: ; :.).xtueo" entertdtllnIu'e" SAUCER
Hit style
l>rn of w h lrlt I Is: .
Mid-State. homes Inc.. a. 1: lorlda
coryoriitlonIMiUntlff" 6
V'I.lollnnl"- z-vz 3mss o
nixi'Bon. single! 4
anti tim docket. number of
Which i is 5S1))
VV1T.M IOSS my hand and the
official seal >>f said Court, this -
with each
IHih day. i.t July. IKU'i.CMIAIIL.KN (, = t *
: A. iJAItllV $3 purchase
C1.I:lLK I rilKTIT 1 : e'orilT
Ily: U.ulnh1.: MuuuyDtnuty

Hol.liH." ijila Clerk 1'.rt'hIJfham. r Each week a piece of distinctive Granada dinnerware LIMIT ONE SUGAR YOUR CHOICE
Plaintiff and fj'inziil'7J1. '*,U.Attorneys Kennedy for iilvil. _= = will be featured for just 29$, For each $3 in grocery WITH $5.00 OR MORE PURCHASE
Tampa. FluileUIn = purchases, you are entitled to one piece at this low EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
It 1.H: ''lam price. There's' no limit. with a $6 purchase you can
get 2 pieces and so on.
'Excludingtobacco, liquor and liquid dairy product

... nluhth
The ClrruH ( ......l..1111 Circuit Of FI.. Mi,. .1& 1-Lb. ASTOR All GRINDS Giant WHITE, BLUE OR COLD WATER ARROW
And IVr HriMirnril tuuiitxUll Limit I ol Collee Your Choie w/iS Food Order Excluding Cizirettes Limit 1 Detergent ol Your Choice w/J5/ Food Order Eicludmi Cigarettes 46-oi. HI-C FRUIT PUNCH OR ALL FLAVORS

CO\4'1'.11'C'I :;, .I.\'I'IO!1'r:1.1t' : lII..nopPIIllnClfr COFFEE 49* DETERGENT 49* FRUIT DRINKS 4/$1.

M iu v .11)11'4 1111101'.k . . . . . .
.Mr. Ituth Ulthop
: ,
p. <>. Ii'ix It I.ugunu. ll'ucn l-Lb. FOLOER'S ALL GRINDS 3-lb. ADVANCED ALL
Calif. I DefendantNOTIUIJ OK SUIT Limit I Coffee ol Your Choice w/$5./ Food Order Excluding CigJfrttes Limit 1 Deterget Detergent ol Your Choice w/SS Food Order deluding, Cigirettes 28-01. No Return Bottle 'Twist Off Top All Flavors

Yoi Arc(: HirM.y. Xotirir.l thatan COFFEE 59* DETERGENT..59'
ue tlon for l>lv..r,and'f hnv you been urn . . . CHEK
fllid rc.Muirpil, iiKalnst l to H.TV.you u e...py ".* your : 5// $1
If any t-. It, "n the no. 1 Tall, Can CARNATION 18-1/2-ot. DUNCAN
(] .r'n><"-" ....,
nttormy, wh. mime

and Ito plaintiff II uelelrcHH; l'li-re Stark.\ l IH 2t',ll'.norabl J.2"'Kl.rldn."' N. .i 1.1::12"'lei.r-.mploAv'nno '.lt. EVAP. MILK 7/l. CAKE MIXES..3l.DRINKS

with the
e.riKlnal
and file the .. ee.iirt
rl. rk of tho u), VI styled
1961:
hldnre, AuiriiHt 11
fn er
eihe-rlH a jiidKomnt may 110nl"r".1 MIX MATCH
( iiuainst you t ..f .l.-rrinnilid In the ur.rnplalnt0rwVn.llHsmny ask
I ,; LARGE fRESH HEADSLETTUCE 114lb. FRENCH FRY SHOESTRING
;; .I. ; nl t al AYZ DIXIANA WHOLE
NILlh, curt finnJuly 8, 1969 Z
of ; .2 HEADS49' POTATOES..3/l.
(SISAL) .d . BABY OKRA
C'hmloi: A. Darby
As ('l.1 .rk ,.r H.I. i'l rourtBy RED OR WHITE SEEDLESSGRAPES. Ouartt DIXIE WHIP DESSERT
li! .n In h M I. M'M.dv ASTOR GREEN PEAS
A. .lJul.uty Clerk 7.17 4t 8.1 'j eee. . lB.29 TOPPING . 2/$1. BABY LIMAS

r ti WESTERN VINE RIPE JUMBO CANTA- 16 o[. TASTE O' SEA

m4 r + 1 LOUPES .3/l. FISH STICKS..69'' ASTOR PEAS & CARROTS

VINE RIPE MORTON ALL FLAVORS

STARKEBUSINESS pre TOMATOES..lB.29< CREAM PIES 3/l. ASTOR WHOLE

';f WESTERN JUMBO VINE RIPE 6-01. LIBBY" LIMEADE OR KERNEL CORN

HONEYDEWS!>> ...69* LEMONADE. 9/99
DIRECTORYAUTO GEORGIA RED FRESH SWEET
LARGE JUICY Pint RICH'S COFFEE

LIMES 12/49'' RICH /$ I. $
SERVICE PEACHES .. .. 6 10-Gz. 1
u. s. NO. i VENT vu REGULAR 6-os. MINUTE MAID GRAPEFRUIT

Gilbert S. Brown POTATOES 10:0 59* JUICE. 4/89* PKGS.

I .. ..... .. ... o ." ....0...........m.'. ........ ..........u

Standard] Oil ATLAS Service 8UUo s -.a.r. .. .. cI EXTRA EXTRA ; EXTRA EXTRA
/ ]
!
I (' I I I I I dN GREEN STAMPS
TIRES BATTERIES J ; d'N .GREEN STAMPS A'H. GREEN- STAMPS ; dpi GREEN STAMPS M4l .*l. MMM fwMN.t*W
Budget Term Road. service 18 OX CAM TNT, owe CoT skip, rrwk.un : TWO r..n.. cHcr .o* : 3 L*. cos Atron>> '
PHONE 9 4-7OTl LBS t'.RN l.nN.. : "t VANrt" Of* AM DIC ..u. OM CH.C*" a Shortening ;
l rAM fi 11AM/ :1'J, I Insect Bomb ( : d (
+
Starke Pizza Pies ,
Sealer.
407 N. Temple 0000
; THRU
i JUU 3OS
....... OOf'D THRU JULY 3O 1MRU ..u..v.lO JULV 3O :" II
OOOO THMU
OOOO
:1: 3 .. .. .. .......... 1/ ... ..... : "IS .. ..... ........ .. .. ...... M'...... '
HURST'SSHELL ........_....................., ........................................--_ ._-_.-_._----.- -............__..._...."M_.'.'.-._.............--._- -". .- ._. -- ..........._-.................

I I EXTRA ;j''II. 1 I EXTRA 1 1 1 EXTRA jl..I'i,'FrT I 1 EXTRA j I I I EXTRA ; I I E dx GREEN TXTX R A '

Service Station 1 dN .GREEN..x. ,_N STAMPS W?r .M ; dy?( .NxN GREEN,ww STAMPS w xm .N d'N-oNa..O.GREEN. xN.STAMPS..n.._. i d'u/GREEN:/ STAMPS dw ,L.GREEN..... STAMPS+.ry.. .N *** iafOW*STAMPS AM**M<*MM ;
/ peck W O CMOPPIO 0' LOIN' Oae 3 L* OK MOHIU4O4 "/ 00. A9TOIV 1
MCMIILLIM St
TWO .os HORMEL CUR
I
4tas Oils Lubrication / W Beef Steokettesaooo : JW White Acre PcosaOOO ,: JW( Pork/rRD Chops :: JW Beef CMOirc RoostOOOO aNL*. : JW Boneless Ham J71 aooo Instant TMKJ-J Coffee jut.v 30 :.
Monarcji Tire Batteries& TMHU Jucr JO :1 THOU JULY 3O :1 0000 nuu JULV 70 tilt'
10 : ::I t' aOOO THRU JULV 3O \1. THRU JULY 9O 1' / 12
ROAD SERVICE ........... ..... : 1'7 .......... .......... :, r. .. ..... ...... .. .::1, ee. .. .. ... ...... .. : 1 10 .. ... ...... .. ............ ..-.... .:
301 and 100 Stark ......................-........-...-....................-..... ............... ................ ............................................ .----------------------------------a

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: OEO And 'Give-away' Programs 'a5ai. >>"11(''."''p.",i, ""''>*,",",.. ,....'j>>&k"i;.';::!< .' '""""n: 2;;,"' "" '. '' ;\ '. 'w.''''.'-.w" "r.r'm''.''<''11'j9 /<;-f',' !>;j, d;;,

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Scored By Farm Bureau SpeakerMarketing >' '<' 6 f b wy < : ,i rs'' +" l'2''Y''h"A> > ;:;
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: {.i ;: : ;: rtft; ) !; 11>' 'V i, : :

and labor were described work. v : ;: .t.vt/ll; / : Y.i, 7iJff/i f> 1 'J:" ;; ;;9:2: : ; ..;, ;a""j'J'; :?!} )

as the No. I problems He advised his listeners to '.': ." FWI" 0..J l... :. .. !), :rZ J;" t.UJ:,;,. ; p..,' :""Wf., .. .
.of agriculture in a talk to the "watch out for the food stamp .v.::.,:."... : .. ,, fJi"" lt'i11''iEp"\ : }\ "J>";: ; <:>:: ( /i ;'v n'f: ;;.;:,;?:'ffi''yo''gnab: : }..!?lj"y: .< ":
,
,Bradford night Farm by Jack Bureau Lynn Saturday recently -- program""giveaway"and other programs commodity say-; A '" : Rtf; 'Ug ;: \: .f.
appointed Executive Vice ing it was the National Farm
President of the Florida Farm Bureau's policy that those who .

Bureau. benefit from these programs KVXKGRXXN; BAPTIST
Lynn spoke at the quarterly should be made to put up at CHURCH. LAWTKY' CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN.
covered dish supper meetingof least 40 per cent of the cost CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morn- Sunday: Bible Study 10 *. m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; MornIng Sunday School 9:45: a. m.
the Farm Bureau held In of the commodities in order to CHURCH OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS toe Worship 11:15. Wor tilns Worship and Communion Worship 11 a. m.: Evening Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Youth

the Lawtey School cafeteria.In obtain them."People Sunday School. 10 ajn.. 416 East Call St. IDeM .service 8:30.: Highway Sunday Service 11 a. m. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m.; Prayer Fellowship 6 p. m. Choir.Prao-

declaring that farmers won't work If it Worship Service. 11 a. m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: US. northwest of Lawtey.: Bev. f er1(Ice.s: 6:00.Wednesday: Meeting 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday tic,, Wednesday: 8 p. m.

must organize to protect them- is more profitable for them to Evening Service 7 p.m. a.m. Sunday School 10. Sacrament R. L. Bennett putor. Worship service 7 -Rev. J. C. Hesteis. putor. Rev.. Robert D. B&roIIKINC'.SLEY
selves in a highly organized remain idle" he declared. Tuesday Night. Cottage Prayer' 11:15.Monday: S>, a\. Minister Jack P. Ben.

society: Lynn said "The time The speaker attacked OEO UD', : Primary. 4:30: p.m. PINK LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL
has changed when a farmer can ( Office of Economic ':Diw allay Night Prayer MeoVJDV Tuesday MIA. 7:30: p.m. Sunday School. 10 a. m. :Mom- NORTHSIDE BAPTIST Sunday- ::45 a. m. Sunday LAKE BAPTISTCHURCH

take his produce to market Opportunity; )) stating that Its policy -,, in churoii. 7:3: p.m. Wednesday Relief Society bag Worship 11 *. m. Pre-Ser- CHURCH School 11:00: a. m. Morning
and ask: what will you give me "seems to be to make the Youth service Frtday"' niiM 7:30: p.m. vices (Booster Band. Yoiaur Sr cbedule of service: Sunday Worship 6:00: p. m. Training: Sunday School 9:30: ajn. Training -
for it?" farm laborer dissatisfied with 7:30 p.m. 9:45 Morning! War- Evening Wor- Union 10:15: a.m. Morning
-Dean Hansen People and Prayer Service), &' School : a. m. Union. 7:00: p. m.
He predicted that we're his job." He urged his listen- Ivy Luke. Putor Branch President p. m. Evening Worship.. 7 p. m s.Mp. 10:45: a. m. Training Da- ship., Worship 11 a. m. Evening Worship -

coming to contract farming ers to make sure that no Midweek Service. Wednesday ion.. 6:45: p. m. Evening Service. Wednesday-7130::: Prayer Services 7:30: ,p. m. Mid-week Prayer -
whether we like 'it or not... more Federal Into SMYRNA MISSIONARY Service Wednesday 7:30: p.
money comes Service 3rd Wednesday
7I5.:: : Mid.Week Prayer 1st and
JORDAN 7:90 m. E. R. Bowers D. D.putoI' ,
we've got to have better pricesfor Florida from the OEO." BAPTIST CHURCH MISSIONARY : p. Come let us worship together.
m.
Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. nlgbt-l:00: p. m. Family night.
what we produce. Lynn said that the U.S. has 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday ser- BAPTIST MISSIONU.
Lynn said that, in spite of sent billions of dollars into vices: Sunday School. 10 a. m S. 301 North behind Taste .

big h prices the U. S. con- farming operations in South America Preaching: 11 a. m. Training Frees Drive In. Sunday

sumer is getting the best bar- and that imports from Unl<:.&l. 3:45: : p. ni. Evening Worship School. 10 a.m. Worship Service I
gain in food today that he has those countries are hurting U.S. : 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. 11 a.m. and 7 pjn. Pray
ever had. "Only 17 per cent farmers "The Florida citrus -Elder A. O. Flynn putor er Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.

of spendable Income is going Industr y can go under becauseof -Leroy Olive pastor; K. L. fI
for food" the speaker said Imports from Mexico where St. Marks Episcopal priffls, associate pastor. '

"and this Is no higher" than it labor Is paid $1.25 a day" he Sunday Services COMMUNICATION

was 15 years ago. He said said. 8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist EVERGREEN BAPTISI
that housewives today are act- Lynn said that the Florida 10 a.m. Church School '

ually not paying what food is Farm Bureau has a total of 11 a.m. Family Service IawteySchool\ & I J
worth and that some way must I Iflavn.
40,000 members
and
they could Holy Eucharist! lit and 3rd
be found for the producer to show Moraine Worship, 11:15. Sun,
"market muscle" if they Sundays: Morning Prayer 2nd Telephone lines spread across our nation :
get a larger cut of the food would get behind the and day Night Service 6:30.--R?. ,
4th
programand Sundays. R. giving immediate contact
dollar. push.In L. Bennett! pastor. us .
Lynn said that farm labor pro- his preliminary with loved ones. Vital business is:
blem is had and will continueto remarks .
Bradford GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH.
Farm Bureau Presi- CHURL: OF GOD rapidly contracted through this
get worse because too many dent Lonnie
Harley said the Highway 100-A r
it more 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. medium. .
people are finding f
local
unti now has a total of
profitable not to work than to 373 Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morn Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship
nignest member number families In Its history.the Ing Worship 11. Training Un Services 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. .. Our linkage to God is prayer

-- ion 7 p.m. Evening Worship. 8. m. Prayer Meeting Friday 7:30: .f i Through prayere can express our

I NEWS ABOUT SERVICE MEN Wednesday p.m.Rev.Prayer. Virgil Meeting Lovett.8 p.pa mj tor.-Rev. Chester J. Siioatpe": i'f( ,p f 1 !love, our thanks, and seek God's help. .


pastor. 1 "Hearken unto the voice of my cry,
Seaman Apprentice Samuel H. Airman Stephen R.Slaubaugh.son HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH and God for
King, : unto thee
my my
William (Highway 100 at Theresaa)
Eunice USN son of Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. /
Mrs. James H. Eunice of Law- Slaubaugh of Starke has grad- FIRST UNITED METHODIST Sunday School 10 0.. m. 7 r "_ w ill I pray"

tey is serving aboard the USS uated from a U.S. Air Force Sunday-- ChurchSchool, 9:45.: Morning Worship-11 a. m. 7 -..
Boston in the South China Sea. technical school at SheppardAir Morning Worship H. MYF Training Ur.ion.-6:30: p.m. __" Attend church join others: in fellow

The ship has been assisting Force Base Texas. He Snack Supper 6 p.m. Senior Evening WIJ1'ship-7:15: p. m. ship and prayer to God.
the 1st and 3rd Divisions of the was trained as a helicopter High Programs and Junior High Wednesday :Night Prayer Services /

3rd Marine Amphibious ForceIn mechanic and assigned to a Recreation 6:30.: Senior High -7:30: p. m. Rev. Merle
operations against enemy unit of the Strategic Air Com- Recreation and Junior Program Padctiam, pastor. \\N17it
targets. mand at Francis E. Warren 7:15.: Evening Worship

. AFB in 8. .
Wyoming. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ....
1st Lt. Jack McComb of Academy at Colorado Springs.In Monday -- Council on Ministries OF STARKE .

Starke has arrived for duty at his present assignment he 8 p.m.Wednesday. West Weldon St. and Raiford k :
Youth ActivlHPS. -
Nha Trang Air Base In Vietnam is a forward air comptroller -- Road
A 1963 graduate of Bradford assigned to a unit of the Pacific !' 630.: Pravpr Meeting and
Bible Study 7:30. College Dis- Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. I' !
High School Lt, McComb Air Forces. Before leav- lJ/ll/
11:00: a: m. :o.r.o.rnlnzVol'Shlp
cussion Group 8. ;
,
received his B. S. degree and a ing for Vietnam he was assi-
":uo m. C. A. Services 7:00
AFBin Thursday -- Chancel Choir p. ; :
commission in 1967 upon grad- gned to the Homestead
Rehearsal 7:45: p.m.A p. m. Evangelistic Services. .
uation from the U.S. Air Force South Florida.PurotMnt "
special Worship Service Wednesday: : 7:00 p.m. MidWeek ., :
6110"T'ON" conducted by the College Group Prayer: M..:eting. The Church is God's appointed agency in .this world

.0 .... ...-....... of lootlM 3)7.12 Florida ".'q'.., !,*!, under the leadership of RichardP. Pastor: T. E. ItlmeJHEILBRONN for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and .
.. .. ..... .. ...
.
roIt "" .by that publia h.orftna .n b hold by
.. Smith Youth Director will of His demand for man to respond to that love by .
r.4re County 94..1 P.Ibll 'n.erv.elon ,...... ........ .. lNI
.t tho. hour of 7,00 P.M. .. Kho County Mrtf H..tlno on* In ... be held at 8 p.m. Sunday.
C............ .. ..*.... Plo..... for tho "'PO.. of ........... with tho DeWitt BAPTIST loving his neighbor. Without" this grounding in the :
111..1 .... county the ........... .,h-1 ....... of Mid county for -- T. Farabee Jr. CHURCH,111GHWAY 18 N. S love of God, no government or society or way of life
the fl...l ...r boalnnlno July 1. INS ondlna Juno 10, 170.rftOPOBID Pastor
'
Sunday School, 9:43: 'a. m :::: will long persevere and the Freedoms which we hold

KIDOVT 1M9TOuoroKO MOl'nUWOJ'ahlp, 11. Tralntai :::a so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore even from
'" coinm" IDAMD. .. PUH.IC INOTWCTIONJDGB I selfish of vi.w. should the Church
Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening'Berlvice : a point one support ,7.' ,
.. I 01 C.ATIMJ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30. Midweek Prayer Ser s for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family.

lnt/eip40. M....... July 1. ......!On. '0. 1470 Anti.1p.td rp......... July i.19 ........ 10,19 STARKE vice 7:30.: Beyond that however every person should uphold I

,,.... e.ur3.. 43.ooa1,000 "y.t- ..... S9I17 50,." SundaySunday School 9:45.: -Rev. L Tommy Howe Pastas 6 and participate in the Church because it tells the truth
Morning Worship 11; sermon about man's life death, and destiny 'the truth which
..... ........ In..o.ocr. ;
1..01.... .."...-.0... ....onn.. 1,737.195 "This Is My Blood Which I GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH alone will set him free to live as a child of God.Calomdfl .:.
_. /.I. rrA. 077 ...... 4 c1.rlu ....... Shed for You." Training School. 10 a': Mornina -3
8.9t q C',_. ,,,.. ...... T...""-'. 19,399h30bA Sunday m. ATTEND CHURCH
19.199 .Ioppll.. fqul.. S "... 31.119... ......... Union, 6:15.: Evening Worship : Worship 11 .a. m. and' p. : (
Orl9.r .... 1.40St. -- 7:30 sermon "Know Whom >' Ad. Sffrw :::4ti
... ; Rev. Fred Johns, putor
Linn" ?II 2.100 "....tion 01 P1.nt m.-
4101 14 ..,.._.n 197L76S ......0.. 9.Lrlu, 61.310 I Have Believed." ij
"uu 10,0004d Monday-- Youth Choir Practice NEW 1UVER BAPTIST .
."1 13000,3 1104 ....n.... .0.10.. 30,000 :t:
.._. ...... .,... 31.000" 33,000 t..ppl4. 9 150,510.1 7 p.m. New River Bap- Sunday School 10 .a. m. Morning ::

.-. 6-r... .........n.. 0' P11,9Cnty tist Assn. Executive Board Worship, 11 a. m. TraJola :?
000nnt 111,303 ..,.".. U.... Meeting. 8. Unlcu. 7 p. m. Evening Worship, 1: }.,
.. ...
J. ,136 4,000
I.'.Co11M..tof.t Oft ........ 5,099 030."'. "S,...... !0,100 '..000 WednesdayPrayerSevice., 8 p: m. Wednesday night ser :
count)... ..... dui 7:30. Church Choir
1966 6 lei N..OO ....... A.tlury. ........ Practice vice 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel ..,
8:15. L. Parker pastor.
T.09p.etetl77,140 c.ome-L.
,
190-16q r- ...Tr99.f.r.... II 1,700 read......1419."."'..... ..1.600...0 n..940P -- W. A. Hogan, Pastor "66"SERVICE
._ ...,.. III 571r. CHRISTIAN CHURCH STARKE
.- ..... IV ..... 11.191 Pn.l C,..... FIRST FAULKNER HURST SHELL :
-- .n"'..... ..... MADISON STREET Sunday Service: Sunday
,1O'.n.' .I .. .IM'no Tor C..N. I. Tu C.II.o' 6T9n
........ 1.300 BAPTIST CHURCH School. 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship SERVICE SERVICE i-I
Pun ....".. '0'..'. 101,110!! Cn0rlbutl4. to plan. 1SLee! UO.". Sunday School 9:45: ; Morn- 10:45: a. m. Evening Ser GULF

.IOAIID T'7164' 3,519,617. Jr. Call.q* Ing Worship, 11. Youth Choir vice. 8:30: p. m. Midweek Service Bill Edward Ph. 964-7231
..",.... ttt ..... ,. Wednesday. 7:15: AND Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111
Youth Fellow- p. m.
Jr. tolleqoOut 11,765 12.... Practice 4:30: ;
ship Supper 5:45: ; Training Union Charles Reee, minister Tiro Tni-lnr :
.olni Ttenaferito U-HAUL RENTALS : .
kudiet II !1.117 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle, B&YLES8 HJ.GBWAYa Headlight Adjn-ttng
to "taidyitt 111Deserve }.m 19,071 7:15. Evening Worship 7:30.
: DAPTTST tmCB Truck Trailer Brake Service f
19.3 4 19.574 Monday -- RA meeting 6:30.

GRAND Tf/TAL 2,319.657 Wednesday -- Prayer MeetIng Bundar School 19>> *jn. FT*.' Complete Lubrication e Wheel Balance and
.
7:30: ; Church Choir Practice vetoing flervloea' ., 11. Tratala : Minor Tune-Ups Alignment
M/00r1 n 00w .OY ICI 830. Union. 8 p.m.'Even)q SerrlM.ti. .

0411,10314 -..... '""...,.. .............. .. Midweek Prayer Meetta*. 1011 N. Temple Avenue .-.----.. PROMPT ROAD SERVICE

...... _.. 6..d ....... II.." Wednesday. 7:30.: ((Everyone wS,
1.9.1p1, 41,370 34,679 U..... 006 3049.00.t Colt .15,1610v40n4 Ill K. G.. Duncan 470010. Rev Oecrga 111. pU'w PHONE 964-5899 AD Minor Repair

...... Yr. 1M 1970 tWU ....... .. .. .prior.IIAAIPTON. 24HR. WRECKER SERVICEHlway 617 N. Temple ATO. Starko '
Services HeldWednesday :
04093.. 008 6.n48 STARKE BUILDERS o:#
6.091p18 6.048 4,000 CHRISTIAN: 301 and 100 '
.. .
.
"" .10' 3 .1111 36,268 I9t9n.5 .0
In0.r.Nne h., ..... 6.343 ..... .0 CtlURCi! SUPPLIES, Inc. LAWSON !
2966 1 I03 T. 1.136 0. '.'00c.
94 CC.I
... .... 0030.11.9 Sunday School 10 a. m. MornIng -
--J 33,950 048 r1.998 -lli ...... tlO S. Temple Starko
Kaspar Green Duncan 69, along Worship at 11: Evening Featuring Ace Hardware MEAT MARKET

C.rt11t.91.. 0' 1114.604... urns! rsslisnt of Stirks.. Worship 7:30.: Rev. Carl Complete Paint Supplier
.. .... .
.n.p" .00
,199
Corl11- ",n' 13,973 '3n090.ot 31.913 died Tuesday, morning In Brad. Clarke. pastor. and Sporting Good AND COLD STORAGE
.....
190.10,4,1 leool 110,975 30
I......... yr..n4 1970 3!.900! 110,973Jr. ford Ccunty Hospital after an la custom 81.upter. .
extended illness. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH "Chock With Ua First" DAD & BRAD SALES We SpecUllM '

Lon C........... He was born In Lake Butleron HAMPTON ins Cuttinf and Wrapping-
........ RaeinqCo Interest ,*,..0 of the Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning 219 Washington St. 964.5270 MODULAR HOMES Prepared for Deep Freese. .
oillo.. PundInveetJMnt ...too Other SOInveettaent April: 29. 1900. the son at .
t94.. 4,100 ... ond 1970 .dtppq ...... late Lucius A. and Rosa Drig- Worship 11. TraIning .
Union. 6:30.: Wednesday night : WHOLESALEPhono
Voucher.. !gers Duncan.Mr. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: followed r 24Ft. Wide :
Ir- ....Payable... 1 10,437 30,477 I.......... Tranefor ft.S4S : Duncan ;bad been. the by choir practice. Stsrke Non- DA Phone 964-7059
TO Budget III '.'00 011 Co. distributorfor
r.ynt v....... p.... yr. 9.T12 20.477 Standard Ing Home service 2:45: p. !D.ReY' Also 12-Ft. Wide
Bradford and Union Countlaafor PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD
Melvin Hamel pastor. EST
."... lo.. the past 44 years. Hs was a MOBILE HOMES
........ PrtnalpelIncereet 1,000 member of the Starke First CALVARY BAPTIST

Tt......nefr...r fro fro kudqet..... III f 3.4OO l.OQO -J 4600'!! 100 _5,600 Presbyterian Church the Masonic Sunday School. a. m. Mora- ONTIOLo Camper and Trmreltraikro COUNTY

Lode! of Lake Batter; a log Woivhlp, 11 a. m. Training ,
.CltAHD TDTAbUDOrr a..o.o J..o veteran 01 World War I, mem- Union, 8:30: p. m. Evening Service c a CD. Keystone Heights TELEGRAPH

III CAOI... IMPHOVIKIKTAnticipated ber of Amerioan Legion Post 58, 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wednesday
... .. and the 40 & 8, and ,a member OFFICE SUPPLIES
Receipt* .p. Dipendlturei 7:30: p. m.Rev. R. 8. Call St. Starke Fla. and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320
539 E. ,
C.O. ft D.. .-..... II...* C.O. I D... Pun4 SBlanc ...... 43.44TreneporttiH ', of the Morocco Temple ShrineIn Butler plioll') TYPEWRITERS
C.O. D.'. 19t>..*. 24,712 4,647 Jacksonville. Phone 964-5745 for FREE
) 22OOOBqwtiewni Surviving are his wife Margaret -
Troniforred. froe Itidqat 1 2ft.OOO 10.000 MACHINES
ProMda.. oui I.OOO Library Book* 12OOO Theis Duncan, Stark,?; DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCHBROOKXK inspections and Eatlmateo. ADDING
........ ,,
IJI." Loan 23,000 12,000!! Audio-Vltuel .?iiwi JL.t00!! BRADFORDABSTRACT
; one daughter, MM. MargaretRose :
'12.'47 111.3410DO1n Crawford Starks!; a son Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning -

XT comucTtD naaiuif POND, FT 1970 Kaspsr Theis Duncan, West I Worship 11 a. m. Training CO. EDWARDS

Point, Ga.; two, brothers: TedE. Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Her WILLIAMS
TlCIP1f&D 1OIC11I"n." .lIrICU.1'ID NPD9DITSRZIar.400.1 Duncan and Lucius A. vice 7:30.: -Rev. Laoy oomray.rxuitcr. Grocery and MarketTitle

Sour.ettJaA ) Duncan, both of Gainesville. ; JEWELRY Better Service- For You

T.... I M,J56.00 adRUaUtratlvc S l.ri. 5.950.00 two sisters Mrs. Marguerite Groceries Meat Food
fund Balance ]6.975,51 Clerical Xotruottotva Salarle 3.1"34. 7U.ao5.ooA'M.OO Parnell, ElDorado, Ark., and Alryerk BiftM Ctare' Problem>>

!:S.291.s: ividl Intruotlonal..fI.... !Suppllo Juppli*. 95.920.03: rr Mrs. Carolyn Adams, Clifton sandy School fl:49: Jl<
1910000. K........ 9S..CC "Otbor InctruaUonal .Up.111.1 1. 1J.el Va.; and three !grandchildren. fig Worahlp 11:00: a.m.: E1aa- Diamonds Abstracts
;..397.1912 Contraotel 5rlei 900.uo held! fig Worsnlp.! > BULOVA WATCHES .Jack aad Gladys Edward*
IiutruatlonalUbfAy 1qIo...... 36SS.II!,I) Funeral services 'iwere 7:00: p.m.: thd
..... ... .... Prayer Title Inaaraace
1. 2:30 Wednesday in Meeting and! BTie ,
at
: p.m. Atis" Stark
"... .vjoeh 9upi.lvnHatchlA .. e.416.00> CaD St. StarkoPhonoM470 U. & 301 Sooth -
W.
HtlrMnfW1"1 gjjia Jones Memorial. Chapel with 7OG: p.m. Study oa Book ef 142 -

125,971.52: Rev. Robert' D. Burch pastor of Bealma. lUttaa L. u..n.... 4 158 W. Can Ph. 4-4Ml PHONE &- _is

....... the First Presbyterian Church paetor. Xreryooe WetoaaM.
< -* froa0ud
.*t 1 9.510.00PAGE officiating. Inte1\ runt wa* in the CLAY ELECTRIC C COOPERATIVE, Inc.
,
in Uekle Cemetery
family plot .
Lake Butler with DeWitt C. to'The convince persona most difficult1 Owaed By Those W* Serve 1m Twelve NorthoaM Florida CooatloHI4a. OvEloctriodly' Ikueben Ute Better
Jones Funeral Homo In charge: they're at retirement -

of arrangements. "age are children at bed-. '-Kej at MM Height*-Pho.* 473-4911

12 TELEGRAPH JULY 24, 196 9 ..
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Cruel Hoaxes makes commissioned a personal officer. .and proper', who Prices Up hand increasing labor costs- -bad especially forced the for

; LAWTEY Identification.: .
:
bike.All
] This visit is followed by 'a For pipe 8 dqns} -,prevlous$5 r
By KBM BUnolutrdI Often Cheat telegram from the Adjutant Seedling 1 per tholisantf.:....l1 ve been CALLSTANIEY
Generals office in Washington.Relatives Increased to $8 per thousand.
of soldiers should .The remains, f.o. b. ,
Tree price
cI'I
I I CHURCH ACTIvITIES Vet Families pay than no the attention proper to authortes any other, Crop 'nursery LYONS

I. There was a large attendance Dixon says. TALLAHASSEE -Because of Red cedar, catalpa, and
at the dedication of the new ad- Any families who receives Arizona'cypress were Increased CONTRACT PAINTING
to the Highland Many cruel hoaxes are increasing production costs, the
dltion Baptist
Church. The address was made used to harass survivors such a call or visitor is urged Florida Forest Service has an- $2 and will sell for $12 per
soldiers killed In Vietnam, by Dixon to make certain they thousand.
John nounced that the of
by Rev. Robinson pastor J price new PHONE 259-3084
of do not sign endorse
cording to M. T. Dixon or any-
Pond All hardwood seedlings were
Black
of Baptist Church, crop seedling trees will be raised
and special music was pro- Florida Department of thing, and make certain you report an average 20 p u upped from the previous $15 1 per MACCLENNY, FLA.
vided by the Junior and Sen- Affairs. such incidents to Dixon'soffice thousand to$18. All potted stock
Dinner They range from at P.O. Box 1437, St.
ior Choirs. was served cent.R from Herren Nursery at Punta
grounds after the service. telephone to impersonations Petersburg, or phone area code A. Bonninghausen forest hundred
on officers and Red Cross ot 813-898-4443.! .Gorda will sell for $25 per FREE Estimates Satisfaction GUARANTEED
United
Grace Methodist Sun- i management director said that
-I.--t.tts t..-- ----------
day School held its annual pic- -- ---Rat-----------ttataaal.a a a a 1.---t.
nice at Strickland's Landing r-------------------r--------------I
Tuesday of last week. Swim-

ming highlights and of a picnic the day.lunch were i i SIRLOIN i

9:45.:First Baptist Worship Sunday services School, 11 i -- r i i d! i


7:30 a.m.Union: Wednesday.,and 6:30.7:30 Midweek p.m. Training Service, I C C I I RIB, FULL CUT ROUND I I

Grace School United, 9:45.Methodist Worship: Sunday at- I I I OR BONELESS SHOULDERSTEAKS I I

I 11. MYF 7 p.m. Wednesday.Choir _
Practice 7:30: Wednes-
day. i II i !
I, Church of God: Sunday School, FA RSUPERMARKETS

10; Worship, 11 and 7:30. YPE, 11 j
7:30 Wednesday. .. I
Highland "- Baptist: Sunday 11 __ II 1 @I
School, 9:45. Worship, 11 and I 1
7.0. Choir practice, :31); I. PantrytPrldEt
Prayer Service 7:30 Wed es- I 11 OIJAIITY: I
u'o'o''cu"u"' "
day. I I I I
; PERSONALS I II ti4 I

_
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Green II I I

.: were in Albany, Ga. Sunday, I I 13ReN
where they visited Dr.and Mrs. I 11
W. R. Crews; and Donna who C $ I I

I had spent two weeks with her 1 _ I 1 I Merchants I
uncle and aunt, returned with I I I I FREE TOO! I

::: ;;. the.Friends of Mrs. E, J. Cauley I I I I / aTAM I

will regret to learn that she is 11 I I
:: a patient in Bradford Hospital. I LB I I
f", Mrs. A. C. Pearce was Sun- I PRICES GOOD THURSDAY I
day dinner guest of Mr. and I I I I THRU WEDNESDAY JULY 30th I

:;'.; I in Mrs.Mr.Jacksonville.Wailen and Mrs.Sapp R.and O.daughter Lynchof I Open All Day Wednesday I I L B I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I

Miami were Monday over-
i night guests of Mrs. A. C.
I Pearce. They were enroute
home from Atlanta. U.S. CHOICE LEAN FRESHGROUND CMOICI IAM OM MIW IIAIAMB FYNE-TASTE
I
I. Mrs. Troy Bennett, Mr. and CHUCK CALIFORNIA ALL MEAT
Mrs. Cecil Hardee, Mrs. Ola
Starling, Charles Starling and OR COUNTRY STYLESTEAK LAMB ROAST SLICEDBOLOGNA SLICED
family and the Earl Teston
family were those STEAK SQUAHI CUT
.i. among attending BACON
Highland Church De-
dication.

."
<
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Nolan SAVI 304 Lk.SHOULDER
LL IM! LL t1i111E
and daughters of Jacksonville e LAMB CHOPS .. 59<
.' were Sunday visitors of Mr.
..- and Mrs. T. V. Duck and
family. Others visiting the
Ducks were Mr. and Mrs. W.
Major of Miami. They attended -
the Methodist Sunday School
picnic. The Majors were en- PICK-Q-THE-CHICK PANTRY PRIDI MILP DAISY PREPARED FOODS BY
route to vacation in the mountains FREEZER
of North Carolina. Their FRYER SKINLESSFRANKS
t son, Church Major, and Missy CHEESEWEDGES QUEEN
Madron Duck accompanied themon SLICED TURKEY
COMBINATION PACKAGE w w
the trip. AND GRAVY VEAL PARMIGIANA OR
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dyalof
OR CHICKEN A DUMPLINGS9ol
Fort Rucker, Ala. visited VACPAK12ez
Mr. and Mr, Leo Dyal this
PKO 2 $129
week. Also visiting the Dyals
were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bus- DRUMSTICKS, THIGHS JF PKG
sard and small daughter of ft BREASTS WITH RIBS
Sanford. Mrs. Bussard and baby
remained for a visit.
Mrs. Joyce Futch was visit-
ing Miss Mary Julia Futch and
other relatives in Tallahasseeand
Chattahoochee during the FLAVORKIST SOUTH AMERICAN
QUICK REFRESHER
week. LIBBY'SWHO1I PANTRY PRIDE LIBBY'SCATSUP

... Miss Enza Blanchard spent BUTTERED CORNEDBEEF FULL STRENGTH GATORADE
the weekend with Miss Arthur- KMNIiOR
ine Blanchard and Miss Es- ALMOND
ther Mason in Jacksonville. PEAS BLEACH
ICE CREAM
Miss Vanessa Futch of Clay
Hill visited Miss Teresa De-
vore last week. HALF 17oz GALLON 14ozBUS.
CANS 5lKING PLASTIC 5IU.S.
WSCS MEETING GAL
"
';0 Grace Methodist Church
WSCS met Tuesday night, July
15, at the church. Miss Phyl-
lis Martin missionary teacherto I I

'slides used Quito there on, Equador the, and teaching,the showed response methods color I SIZE 1-.' VFteJ 8 Lri. ; NO.lWHITE 1 I

of the children.
Refreshmentswere I

hour to served a]large during number the of members social I I I

and guests. I BOLD I I PEACH PIE f' < I


In The NOTM tin'lilt Court I ;
EKl'lh Jnillrlnl. ClriuH ur Fla. I
I POTATOESBANANAS
;z. In CASH amt No.lr Civil B'Jl ItrndforL Action. County: I -:;: LAUNDRY DETERGENT I r8"/79 !

BETTY ANN"' HANDS I C

;{'; Plaintiff-t.aWILLIAM-P. RANDS I \ 'r L" 111i | I _'.'-". ,.. II

.. Dccnrlant \ SAVE 17*.lIb BANANA "
I I I
NOTICE OF 8IT1T
'TO WIJllnm P. ]"tend., 6043\! SASE \I E. w
I
:..' Trolley:.... Way. Ph.ya ))(,1 Iluy.Callr : 99 1 LOAF CAKE .. . . 3/S1J .sA e 5c
: rnin.. YOIT AKIJ IIHHKIJVNOTIKir.U : :i I ,.. ; 1
1
" that an '' SAVE ti VOUCH I : hnhecn filed l HBM.Inul .- I -... IJ : 4t PKG OF 12.SLICED HAMBURGER ".r II

rr.,. 't ill-fins.. Hf-rvii you. .".a and If ropy any you of to yo"arm It.,.ri'iilr writtenc on' tho d .. HOT DOG ROLLS. .291GERBER'S i I
'" .plaintiff" attorney. wl.o8u namo
.; and llomirnt'lo uiMrrHM i IN rjMirpn 11. Pierce!
;. 1'. O JlrawiP. 1030 1
: n"ctnrke' thr.urlglnal Florida: with tM 6 6S< CLSIWHim RICH'S FROZENCOFFEE JUMBO 27'S
, .. 1OO% TEA
'h.rk of inn al..vi MyJ..1 (''' rtefore
r'J If"Mrws or .,. a judur'August' +ment in mllY, I ISM,bn I : INSTANTNESTEA CANTALOUPES
" i-ntf'ri-'l ugainxt t you for the rOli d
, ilcrrmn.lK In tho complaint| or BABY FOOD
pal'II ion.
; c.
!
:, WITNESS! my hand f.n.1 the
H"'iil. "r Mala 'ourt on July 10,
..
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Planning .;
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in order to understand techni-
is described as an
"exciting" new approach in ques, styles and elements In- STARKE .j::t:

teaching high school English volved. .. PHONE 9646200KEYSTONE & i
3 -- Poetry: will read and
was announced this week by the ImprovedNow
BUS English Department in a study different elements and { tp1aJ 6 z .. ;::: '
forms of poe tic expression from a' ,
to students.
message i
Beginning with the new termin early writers to present' song- : HEIGHTS
writers and lyricists. Is the time to start preparing
there will be
September no
more 10th, 11th, or 12th grade 4 -- Drama: will study the r M for hurricanes, says f PHONE 473-3176 i
theatre and plays from their Civil'! Defense Director Frank
English, according to the announcement ....
Students will be earliest development of mod- Williams. reminding residents:

allowed, instead, to choose the era times. they should be prepared beforea :::..::;x-m!:=::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::&itttf&ft:: ::::::::: : ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :
5 -- Speech: will study the strikes.Departm'nt .
courses they want to take froma storm BIG BASSMrs.
practice in development of var- heads from city
group of ten that will be off-
ious types of .
ered. group speakingsuch and county governments gath-

Since these will be semester as panels, debates, informal ered at the Bradford Emergency Frank Clark, Route I 1. ; '

courses, students will take two speeches and discus- Operating Center:! at the fairgrounds Hampton, Is pictured with 10 ; SGOIW S SPECIALS s\
different courses each year. sions. Attention given to tech- Troop 70 Boy Scouts Monday July 14, to establish pound, 15 ounce bass she recently *
niques in delivery andprepara- caught in Hampton Lake.
After reading the brief description : operational policy! and
of courses printed be- tion of individual speeches. Help Clean Crosby CemeteryBoy procedures for effective natural Mrs. Clark says she was usinga
10-pound test line with black
disaster coordination and action
6General Fiction:designed eel bait to bring in her prize
indicate for the student who feels he among the different agencies. SCREWDRIVER SETS

I needs a general survey of all Scouts of Troop 70, under the direction of ScoutmasterDon That meeting was prompted by catch.

types of literature In order to the upcoming hurricane season. SDK04 Set contain 1%", 7', 4" and
Hardenbrook
preference.The and Assistant! Scoutmaster David Montgomery
understand differences between Attending were City Utility the weight of 6" Phillips screw driven
English Department will them and the relation of litera- Joined In the drive to help clean up Crosby Lake Cemetery Director Oscar:! Davis City Avoid loose or a car dangling wires e Mad of chrome vanadium stealScotry's

do everything possible to sche- ture to everyday life. last Saturday a. one of their community service project. Police: Captain Bill Chambers, and ,
report them Avg
Immediately!
dule students into their first
7Creative Writing:offering The Scouts and their leaders picked Chief Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish
preference, but it is extremely up about ten pick-up to the utility office or nearest Retail Sale Price 49
important that three choices be help and stimulation to the student truck: loads of nios and limbs from the cemetery grounds County Road Foreman R law enforcement: officer. Report 3.69
who likes to think and write SDK04
E. Jones and CD Director Wil-
listed so that the first semester creatively. Discussion of They( plan to return for a final clean-up day later In the liams. broken, sewer or water mainsto v

I course will be at least special problems in creative summer the utility office.!
Williams reminds residentsof
one of the three chosen.In 12"x12" Vinyl Asbestos
writing and techniques used by
the, following steps they Prevent fires. Lowered water
its announcements to students -
well known
authors in their
should take: pressure may make fire, light-
the English Departmentsaid solution to these problems. 1. Enter each hurricane sea- Ing difficult Check refrigerated
RuberoidBuilding
"Since: four semester coursesin Advanced((12th grade Writing only And): off Research County Asks Ruling on Grading son prepared. Every June thru l off food spoilage if power has been Product
during the
November storm.
the 10th llth and 12thgradesare ered to college bound students recheck your supplyof

required graduation,you who need training in plan boards tools, batteries, non- Floor Tile
Private Tornadoes spawned by hurricanes -
Roads To Chicken FarmsIt's the other
and
will probably be able to takeif ning, organization and writing perishable foods the storms'
are
( you are in the 10th or llth of longer critical papers. equipment you will need whena among ((2 ERC patterns not Included)
worst killers. When hurricane
grade) the courses you prefer Stress on effective and appropriate hurricane strikes. a

sometime during your high styles and study of illegal to use county erty its illegal." The auditor 2. When you hear the first approaches: listen for tornadowatcJes Box of 45 sq. ft.Scotty's .
and warrings. A forma
''I, school career. methods of library research. equipment on private property tropical! cyclone advisory, listen
select ford also said it has to be for a do watch means tornadoes are
"The course you the County Commissiontold for future messages: this will 665 Avg. Ret.
2nd semester will be discussedand Contemporary Communi- a resident, J. B. Whitehead public purpose and for the pub- for hurricane expected to develop. A tornado Sale Price 39
d! prepare you a !
cations: study the KnglUh: lang lic good, former Commissioner
warning tornado has
means a
scheduled sometime duringthe who asked Monday i
night
it Is used in different Jerome emergency well:! in advance of Prices
Johns Special Sale thru 2nd.
first semester. uage as that the county maintain roadsto pointed out. actually been sighted.: good Aug.
the Issuance of watches and
brand forms of mass media including chicken farms. "We have done it in the past
"We hope that this new
newspapers, magazines, TV, The for large businesses and some warnings. When our area receives a tOl"nado
approach to high school board however asked
your ,
3. When our area Is coveredby 4205 N. W. 6th St. Phone
and advertising. 378.1619
maybe not
English will excite and interest Clerk Charles Darby to write so large Bryan warning:, seek inside shelter : !-
you since in planning this pro- 10Practical English: designed State Comptroller Fred O. said. "Would we do It again?" a hurricane:! watch continue immediately preferably below GAINESVILLE, FLA.
for the slow student Asked to normal activities but stay tuned
name Instances where
gram we have tried to consider Dickinson Jr. for proof that ground level.: If a tornado
who feels the need for to radio or T. V. for all
more county; equipment has been usedon
your likes and needs. grading such roads :is illegal. catches you outside, move away
with fundamental elements weather bureau advisories. REMEMBER
Description of courses to be practice Darby said Tuesday he will private property Bryan from its path at a right: angle.
of the English language. named the Brooker hydro- a hurricane watch CASH BUYS MORE AT
ask
offered: the comptroller if it is If there is no time to escape
I -- Short Story: will read legal for the county to main- carbons road (SRS 235): ). SRS- means possible danger within 11: flat in the nearest depression
RETURN FORMIt tain 225 at Lawtey from US-301 to 24 hours: If the, danger materializes
and the short in roads
study story across private property SR-16 such as a c"tch: : or ravine. .
SCOTTY'Shome
order to gain an understanding to chicken at Kingsley Lake, the a hurricane warning will
is very important that houses. He old
bowling alley ( Starke be Issued. Meanwhile keep
of how and why it has become will also inquire now (For further !Information feel
students return the form Darby said Industries
printed ), and the Starke Golf alert. Ignore
a popular form of lit- below to the high school If it is l legal for the county to & Country Club. rumors. free to contact the Civil Defense: builders supply
4. When
receivesa
erature. Basic elements that has your area
that
maintain a road been Office, at 964-5457: or pay us
mall
English Department
by Hamilton
comprise the short story and the pointed out that SRS- hurricane warning: Plan your
deeded
to the visit.
to chicken a
county a
different approaches of various no later than August 15, so house on private 235 is a main highway betweentwo time before the! storm arrives
property.
that schedules be
authors to these elements. may com- Whitehead told the Board towns, Lake Butler and and avoid the last minute hurry
pleted as soon possible.Be .
as
2The Novel: will read several sure to list 1st 2nd, and that "with taxes as high as Brooker. No mention was madeof which might leave you marooned -

different novels from var- 3rd choices In order of prefer- they are I think the county the other instances. or unprepared. Keep calm
ious time periods and authors ence. should keep up roads to chicken "All I'm saying is if we do until the emergency has ended.

_. farms. They do It In other it for one person we should do Leave low-lying:: areas.If .
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"As long as its against the your boat before the storm
has heard the county has ar-
RETURN THIS FORM to the Bradford High
purchased: a smaller grader law I won't put county equip- fives, or evacuate it to a designated
School English Department, with your choices: on to maintain such roads. ment on private property" safe area.: Board up windows

it, not later than August 15. "It's not a matter of whatwe Norman stated. or protect them with

want to do" Chairman Dave Tax Assessor Gene Long storm shutters or tape. Dangerto

CHOICESShort Shuford told Whitehead. "It'sa pointed out that the Brooker small windows Is mainly i 1 r

matter of it being against the Gas Plant pays one seventhof from wind-driven debris. Larger I''
CommunicationsNovel I
Story Contemporary
law." all ad valorem taxes in windows may be broken by wind I'It

General Fiction "If other counties can do It the county.In pressure. 2

Drama Creative Writing I don't see why we can't.." the only other action at Secure outdoor objects that ta
Whitehead said. He named the commission meeting John
Poetry Speech might be blown away or uproot 7
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Practical English Advanced Writing & Research Clay County when asked by Trawick Torode praised for his Sanitarian work In Jack con- ed. Garbage cans, garden tools,

(12th Grade only) Commissioner to give an example.Buck Norman trolling flies at chicken farms. toys signs porch furniture:!, anda o
number
Norman replied that the state "Old Jack ... he's helped. It's of harmless items
FIRST SEMESTER1st become missiles of destructionIn
been a real pleasant "
auditor from Gainesville "cer- summer
tainly told us it's against the Torode said nothing that files hurricane winds. Anchor 4

Choice ______________._________________ law." can be controlled.The fore them or stare them inside be-
the storm strike
Telegraph learned Tues-
Commissioner
Ralph Bryan, day tha t a county employeehas Store drinking water in clean

2nd Choice ____.___________________________ however some written said he would like purchased a small road bathtubs. jugs bottles, and
word the
prac- cooking utensils. Our
tice is against the law."We've grader the same color as wal'rcould :

3rd Choice _______________________________. srot it." Chairman county equipment, with whichhe be contaminated by flood-
Shuford stated. "That man(the grades roads for private Ing or damaged by the hurri

Name of Student _.._______________________ table auditor) stood right here atthis citizens after hours. cane.Check your battery-powered
and said when county

equipment goes off countyprop-- your equipment.only link Your with radio the may world be For on-time service..you've got our number!

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Keep your car fueled. Service

stations may be inoperable: for service is no service at all. For service where ;you

Conditioning-Heating Farm and Industrial MOBILE HOMES several days after a storm want it, when you want it, call us. That's our business.Let STANDARD
strikes due to .
Equipment flooding or In. '
I tel'rupted us prove We take better care of your equipment.
Air Conditioning; MUSTANG electrical.power.: OIL

Heating By Santa Fe Tractor, Stay at heme, If It is sturdy Chevron Gasoline RPM Outboard Motor Oils Chevron Diesel Fuels
General Electric: Mobile Home, Inc.GalneavlUe' and on high ground; if It is not Chevron Custom Motor Oil. RPM Motor Oils Atlas Batteries Atlas
FORD move to a designated shelter Tires Atlas Accessories Chevron Heating! Fuels Chevron Duralith
Russ's Sheet Metal Inc.: Farm Tractors It Implements Great RPM Gear Lubricant RPM Deco Multi-Service Motor Oil
Discount Mobil and stay there, until the storm
Gainesville2520 N E. 18th Ter USED EQUIPMENT
Tel. 376-8282 SALES PART SERVICE Home Sales Lo&. Is over. K. (;i. DUNCAN YOUR STARKE STANDARD !MAN
NEW MOON CAPELLA Remain Indoors during the

AUTO SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES BRONZEWOODLow hurricane. Travel J3 extremely

Monthly Payments dangerous! when winds are .

BRASINGTONCADILLAC Johnson & Paris, Inc. i 4820 N. W. 13th 378-134 whipping through our area.
Monitor the storm
position
OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS MOTORCYCLES I through Weather Bureau advisories .. 1 a

SALES A SERVICEFine Inseetlcldes-Pet: SuppliesFERTILIZERS c .

Selection of Used Can AMAHABMW 5. When the hurricane has oven

Taken On Cadillac Trades) Passed: Seek necessary medicalcare. 21 MOOIU
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-331 We Rent Fertiliser Spreader NIFTY GIFT-Robert Refs has I .
224 N.W. *th Ph. 378-047 .e"d lUlHta knitted
fine cotton into a Stay out of disaster areas.
CRANELINCOLN clever crew shirt for Dad. The
Sale Parts Service currently fashionable l Unless you are qualified to ..

MERCURY MATERNITY WEAR 615 W. University 378.2811 spread collar can be tucked wide-In !help, your presence might hamper

Authorized Sales A Service FOR MOTHERSTOBEA "*"" to convert to a high neck ver- J) first aid and rescue work. QUAlITYCONSI000TION

2201 N, Main Ph 372-4373 FULL LINE OF lIUSICBALDWIN sion.. In wide stripes, it comes J Drive, carefully along debris-fill- ,
in navy wine and gold ed' streets.! Roads
Crane ImportsVolvo on may be undsr-:
LingerieDresaea. Slacks bone.
mined: and may collapse
MG Triumph. Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits under: ..
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606 E. University --
EXPECTANTLYYOURS PIANOS des ORGANS
Phone 372.4251 IMMIOIATICONUIUCTION '
CHOK3 OV TM ARTISTS'

Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA INC. 4iPINun MUSICco. Rudd Gas Water Heaters 1 b d.e..e10 -

70 W. University Opp. S.F.J.C. 1; ..

Q'ville Shopping Ctr. 372-5353: "
Mechanical CONTRACTORK. heats water 3 times faster!
4 wheel drive and oar oNl ,torsuvlcl


Sales Clean- Parts Used -Toyotas Service E. Hyde Ent. Inc. MOVERS k J1'. .,.".j Rivers Of Hot Water At \\i.ltI! EtIJIIiJ'1jII i iIi111I1 i I

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Thompson's, Refrigeration Storage Packing: !\o' i LOW LOW COST --- Today. everyone (knows that money I I. scarce. Cv.ryone except Jim Walter. We have all
Beauty Academy Service Crating Shipping the mortgage money you need to build now. We oftor 1OO% financing to qualified property
ornftl in tut owners. Choose from over 20 dlfftrent Jim Walter built hornet from one bedroom
Heating Air Condltlonla Free Estimates c.nHILL'S P 101101" lOCA'IOMIJacksonville to four bedroom. By building now you'll avoid the riling cost of new horn construction.:
Repair. on White Appliance So why wait when it's so easy for you to build now.
POWELL'S ;' Pay For It From Your
ladaitrlal Combustion Service; 'f'" Fla. WE HAVE BARRELS OP Htrt't how you can fare even

Beauty AcademyLearn Boiler Room Sale A Service Van Service Inc. dJ Utility SavingsPURCHASED 32205 e.y rYrl: mart money. Wt'll flnlth thonttrlor

Profession 3038 N. Waldo Rd. Gainesville P. O. Box flU8 '"\ arFs / of your homt tollman
a In Your
Telephone 372-212 3540: N.E. Waldo ltd O'vlll FOR 3281 W. Braver any sieges complttton.. You
Spare Time. Full Part Time CMORTGAGE
or 312-4271 Itut how much.Tht mart you
219 NW. 10th 378-2766 Phone. : 38S-I58J MONEYS dolhemore --

MEN'S WEAR .PAINT GLASSLIDDELL $2.00 Per Monthon Lahe. City, Fla.. you aura.
ELECTRIC MOTORS 320SJ

I STAG 'N DRAG PAINT & Economical Slade Gas P. O. Bo* 1013 A Cc p&te Luu ofSe&md.Ho e.Cottagu ( -- a' IMUaM

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ROTARY CLUB July 20. Mr. mder is the new I i rr' : .
HEARS EDITOR principal of KHIIS.

Eugene Matthews, publisherof Officers of local clubs mem- L4

the Bradford County Tele- bers of the city council, the

graph, was guest speaker of the mayor and their spouses were

Keystone Heights Rotary Clubon invited to meet and welcome rlwa,. jA, paaw.
Friday, July 18. This date the new principal and his wife
commemorated the 90th Ann between the hours of 3 and 5 Scenes at Awards Night for the Keystone Heights Rotary to ladles. who aulitcd, In the program.

iversary for publication of The P.m.Mrs. (Club annual Swim Program/ : AfT RIGHT: Certificates are awarded' to "Sharks" the

Telegraph. Lovorn was assistedin LEFT- Linda Wharton, chairman (right) presents trophies most advanced class of young; swim men.
Speaking of the early publica- caring for her guests by her

tions of the paper, which reflected daughter, Miss Elaine Lovorn,

accounts early historical for theareacoun-and social Jr.and Mrs. George Richardson, ytL Trophies Presented In Swim ProgramThe

'ties, Matthews cited several Mr. and Mrs.William Dowling

excerpts relative Keystone returned home Sunday after a y
Heights.An business and pleasure trip to 18th annual Swim Program closing fish fry held at Key- YMCA Camplmmokalee,for the Individual members of each

interesting item written by Miami. Enroute to Miami they sponsored by the Key- stone Beach. past 18 years. group.

Helen Ogden back in 1929 tell stopped at Cape Kennedy to wit '.-- stone Heights Rotary Club came It is estimated that approxi- Rotary Vice President Char- Hutcheson also expressed

thai "Mr. and Mrs. C. H. ness the "blast off for the to a close last Friday night with mately 2,500 young people have les Hutcheson served as masterof gratitude to the instructors

us Clark entertained with a din- Apollo Space Flight. In Miami, some 175 Frogs, Minnows, Fish, been taught to swim at these ceremonies, introducing the Randy Carter, John B, Locke

ner Wednesday evening for they joined Mr. Dowling's old- New Golf Pro at KeystoneL. Flying Fish, and Sharks being classes sponsored by the various instructors, who in turn Fland Sharp, Mark Van Moore

est son, Bill, Jr. of New York awarded certificates at the Rotary Club in cooperation with presented the certificates to Randy Minor, and Jerry White-

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boynton.The City, for a short visit. F. (Lew) Chaff arrived Jacksonville NAS, and shorter house, who were provided for

guests were Mr. and Mrs. Keystoners are' invited to stop Thursday, July 17, to take over terms as teaching pro at the course by Camp Immokalee.
Boynton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred by the pro shop at the Key- as pro at the Keystone Golf Ponte Vedra, assistant pro at In Lake Geneva Dispute Linda Wharton,chairman, received -

Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Elwell stone Golf & Country Club to & Country Club after ten yearsin Hyde Park Golf & Country Club a trophy for her activities -

Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. James welcome our new pro, Lewis pro golf in the Jacksonvillearea. and several years teaching at and presented similar tro-

Houser, Miss Gertrude Houser, Chaff, Sr., formerly associatedwith driving ranges in Jacksonville.Mr. Game Served phies to her assistants: Joy
and Mr. John Houser." Manyof the Jacksonville NAS Golf Including in his golfing back- Chaff and his family planto Dept. Biologist Baker, Marilyn Bridges, KIt-

the invitedguestswillberec- Club. ground are seven years as golf move to Keystone in the near ty McGlave, Sharon Morgan

ognized as early settlers in the Mrs. Everett Fox atfpnHoH n course superintendent at the future. Madaline Crosier, Marge
Kevstone area. luncheon at the home of Mrs Keller, Linda Myers, Joan

Another item In the January Hal Adams of Middleburg on With Warrant For TrespassingA Wyman, Pat Parsons, Marjorie -
31, 1930 edition tells that "the Wednesday. Garden ClubMembers KeystoneMelroseLegion Eland, Ann McLean, Pat t

village of Keystone Heights hasa Ralph Baker, son of Mr. and Attend Post Strickland, Brenda Carr, Gloria

railroad station, post office, Mrs. Gordon Baker of Lake warrant for trespassing Ice concerning Baker's clear- then perhaps Its appropriationshould Redfearn, and Evelyn Hogue.

stores doctors, dentist, garage Geneva, reported to the Mem- Short CourseMrs. Installs OfficersPaul on private property was issued ing of the beach area in frontof be cut." Rotary PresidentLonRushton

Union Church school,fam- phis Naval Station, last week, last Fridav against an employee his home. The Game De- Baker said he was told by expressed appreciation to all

ily apartments and the cosy for 21 weeks of training with L. C. StriDlin. Mrs. Waldron, of Smith Lake, of the Florida Game & partment objects to this work, the Game personnel that they who assisted in the program,
Palmetto Inn. the U.S. Naval Reserve. Albert Bachmann Mrs. Kalph was installed as Commanderof Fresh Water Fish Commissionby claiming that the State owns had no interest in the mat- and also to those who supported -

"It is located on Lake Geneva, Col. James Chessington returned Barker, Mrs. Charles Ogden, Keystone-Melrose American Justice of the Peace Leonard the bottom of meandered lakesup ter, but were working as a it financially by attendingthe

and is a charming home place Monday following a 10 and Mrs. J, W. Warren, presi- Legion Post 202 at a special Jones on comolaint filed by a to the high water mark. "field force" for the IIF, which opening and closing fish

for those who are looking for a day business trip with asso- dent of the Garden Club of the meeting on July 2. resident of Lake Geneva. "Baker said he warned Tou- had no funds for this purpose. fries. About 900 persons attended -

friendly community and com- ciates in California Lakes, attended the 2Sth An- Other new officers installedat ". the two events.
Court
to stay off his propertyand The U. S. Supreme
fortable accommodations at Mrs. Jim Peterson and children nual Short Course presentedby this time were: Gil Parades, Larry J. Touzeau, fishery zeau deed The swimming program is
that if he did not comply has ruled that when a
reasonable rates. The Golf Chris and Julie, arrived Garden Clubs at the Uni- 1st Vice Commander George biologist with the Game Department thewater's recognized as one of the out-
; obtain land to
he (Baker) would a war- description conveys
& Country Club is open to all Saturday evening for a week's versity of Florida, July 9, 10, Goetzman, 2nd Vice Commander was taking photo- rant for trespassing. Baker edge, it means just standing civic services in this
who come." visit with Mrs. Peterson's par- 11. Henry Easterling, Adjut- graphs on property claimed by part of Florida, and Is one
;
will In Wm. E. (Bill) Baker when con- said Touzeau replied that his that -- no matter how high or of the main projects of the
Col. and
This Friday's speaker ents, Mrs. Chesslngton. celebration of the 25th anniversary ant; Gordon Baker, Service level
how low the water might
be Detective DeWItt, Narcotics Mrs. Peterson's husband, of the short course, a Center; Tom Bryant, Sergeant- tacted by Constable Bill Der- badge gave him authority to enter Keystone Rotary Club.
MaJ. Jim Peterson tea was given at the Reitz mody and informed that a war- the property and that he Intended -
Squad, Gainesville Police presently at-Arms; Jack Haberstroh, Finance go.By authority of legislation
for his arrest has been to proceed with picture
rant
Force. stationed at Wright Patter- Student Union at 5 p.m. on July Officer; Robert Weir, 1969 0
passed at the Legislative
In front of Baker's home.It
sonair Force Base in Dayton, Historian and Bill Poppell, issued. taking
9.The ; Baker obtainedthe session, however, the State Is
that
BINGO NOTICE Ohio was expected to join the short course consistedof Chaplain. Touzeau accompanied Der- was then now attempting to have bulk-

This is a reminder to area family on Tuesday.Mr. arts, crafts, corsage making District Commander Thomas mody to the J. P. office wherehe warrant. head lines established on fresh

residents and summer visitors and Mrs.James Zowarkaand and flower arranging. served as installing officer. was allowed to contact a Baker said that many prop- water lakes, similar to those

that Bingo Is sponsored by St. Mr.and Mrs. Marvin Homer A supper social will be heldat higher official in the Game erty owners on Lake Genevaare that have been fixed on salt

William's Catholic Church on were visiting Mr. and Mrs.Bill the post home at 7 p.m. Department. This official incensed by efforts of the water bodies. Baker and other

Friday evenings. Play begins Cherne in Tampa last weekend. Thursday, July 31, for all members whose name could not be learned Game Department and Internal representatives of Lake Geneva
NEWS NOTESBy
promptly at 7:30.: Miss Dorothy Furry, of Wil- and their wives to get by The Telegraph, requested Improvement Fund Trustees to waterfront property have asked "The best substitute for
On Saturday evening Bingo mington, Dela., is a guest of acquainted with the new post that the warrant be held in prevent them from clearing the Clay County Commission to (
the golf courseU
enthusiasts invited to attend Mr. and Mrs. William Morganand Helen E* n officers. Arrangements will abeyance for a week or ten conscience on /
are areas in front of their homes set the bulkhead line at the low addition .
the game at the American family at their home on be in charge of Mr. and Mrs. days until an effort could be after the water level recedes water mark. a caddy that"knows

Legion Hall, located on High- Lake Geneva. Miss Furry is Parades. made to clarify the dispute baring the lake bottom. Baker said he had received and uses it.

way 21 north, at 8 p.m. Mrs. Morgan's niece. FELLOWSHIP CLUB A charge of $1.50 per couplefor between the Department and around 25 telephone calls from

Funds received from these The Morgan's received word The Keystone Heights Fellow members and $2 per couplefor property owners as to who has Baker declared that, In his interested property owners off-

games help support charitiesof from their son Bob and his ship Club met on July 10 for non-members will be made title to lake bottom .exposed opinion, if the Game Commis- ering financial and other assis- KEYSTONE
'
the individual sponsors. wife, Mary, that all is going the regular luncheon business to help defray cost of the sup- by receding waters in Geneva. sion has sufficient funds to be tance in fighting the case if

well at their new residency, session with 22 membersand per. Reservations may be made Jones said he expected an off- this field work for it is necessary to go to court.
another
doing -
DUPLICATE BRIDGE St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. Bob visitors attending, threeof by calling 473-3104. icial of the department to con- state ( the IIF lie said that a meeting of all

During the absence of the is practicing pharmacy on the whom joined the club. tact him and baker at an early Trustees) "it agency either has too interested property owners will HEIGHTS

summer Duplicate Bridge Clubin island and Mary will soon be Due to a conflict of dates date concerning the matter. much or is neglectingsome likely be held in the near future
teaching in one of the elemen- M. B. Jordan of the State Pri- does a fine job.PERSONALS money
Keystone, local bridge play- quaker said that Touzeau talk phase of its regular work. and that notice of the meetingwill
ers are invited to attend the' tary schools. son Horticulture Dept. was not ed to him earlier Friday morn- If It has more money than it be published when a date DIRECTORYRABY'S
Bob and Mary will be return- heard at this time, but will appear -
Starke Duplicate Club which is
set.
ing at the Lake,Geneva off- needs for its own operation,
post
meets every Tuesday eveningat ing to the states in August, at at the August 14 meeting.It Mr. and Mrs. William Walzof
7:30: In the Pratt Street which time Bob will completehis is hoped that as the var- Lake Brooklyn are enjoy- -- -- -- AUTO

Recreation Center. The first summer training with the ious organizations and clubs resume ing a visit from their chil- S.Army Command and General company tram Alabama, my pretty_good care of him.

time you appear, there will be Army Reserves, at Ft Gordon, their regular meetings dren and grandchildren, Mr. Staff College at Ft. Levenworth, uncle Copeland and aunt, Jay and Mozelle Until next weeK, SERVICE
no admission charge. There- Ga.Edwin they will reserve the second and Mrs. Frank B. Dalhoff and Kan. and daughter "May the good Lord bless and

after, a nominal fee of 50(5( Bennett returned home Thursday of each month for children of Tyler, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Ganoand Brenda had made a surprise eep you all" .. Now, here's Complete Auto Repairs

for individual participants is last Friday following eye surgery the Fellowship Club, which isa We regret to read that Mrs. daughters, Sherry and Sally, visit. Leeon . Air Conditioning Repairs

charged. at Bradford County llos- non-profit social clubforold- Sara McDonald has been trans- of St. Augustine spent the week- LEEON'S CORNER! & Automatic Transmission
pital. lie reports that he is now er citizens who may not be ableto ferred to Baptist Memorial end with his mother, Mrs.Bernice Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryant Service

HERE N' THERE feeling much better. enjoy tie. other clubs and their Hospital in Jacksonville. Her Gano.; They all attended spent Thursday in Jacksonville Moon In Ship" 473-4401
the a PHONE
to
Mr. and Mrs.Edward activities. and family reside in that with !Mr. and "Down
Mr. and Mrs. John Scott, of Ehingerand son Sunday Church services to- Mrs. R.F.
three daughters of Palm Congratulations were extended Coker. Little Lake Bedford
Hartford, Conn., are visiting city.Carl gether.Mr. out
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dwyer at Beach, and Cmdr. and Mrs.S. to John and Mitta Loebcck Piper Is acting as a and Mrs. W. G. Lang Mrs. I Helen Walker,and Char- Well now they're finally

their home on Clover Lane. Edward O'Brien (Ret.) and Kersey, who had been marriedthe committee of one to petitionthe and children, Cheryl, !Nancy: les and Kevin Walker of Jacksonville there, about to land on the BEAUTY SHOP

Mrs. Scott is Mrs. Dwyer's two children of Bethesda, Md., week before; and Uharles City Council to have Suzanne, Billy, Todd, and Ash- spent the weekend with Moon.They're .
are visiting Mrs. Edwin F. heavy trucks by pass the Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter.
sister. and Ruby Ilorwitz were also ley, of New Orleans, I.a. have Man's great dream for many KEYSTONEBEAUTY
Mr. and Mrs. Richard I-o- Bennett. nd Mr. and Mrs. Ed- greeted as newlyweds of two residential section of Highway been visiting her mother, Mrs. Ancil Sweat of Yonkers, N.Y., ,

vorn honored Mr. and Mrs. win T. Bennett Mrs. F.hin: months. 21. He states that they go too J. T. Green, who has just returned was visiting his sister and years Will be a reality soon. SHOPEDITH

Charles Rider, formerly of ger and Mrs. O'Brien are the New members joining at this fast, are very noisy, and resi- from a visit in Texas brother in law, Francesand

Hammond La., with a recep- daughters of Mrs. E. F. Bennett time were William Taylor, Mrs.L. dents are much Council disturbed.meetingwas Ac-1 whee she attended her fam- Dick lllllard last week. Our brave Astronautwili walkon Personal and JOHNSON Creative,Hair Owner Styl-

tion at their home on Lake and are F.divin's sisters. Huth Redd, and Mrs. F.lea- tion at not the decisive.last Unfortunately ilies' reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zalumas of the Moon, tn. Every Form of Beauty

Geneva on. Sunday afternoon, win T. Bennett and are F.dwln's! Johnston. Among the guests Mr. Piper suffered a hip Mr. and Mrs Ira Allen and Thomasvllle, Ga., were also And gather bits of stuff. Culture Tiuea.-8at. 9-5; closed

sisters. were Mr. and Mrs. W. .J, ]Hies, fracture just before the council David Woodard ofStaikc visited visiting them. Maybe to discover a for- Monday: ,

DRAGLINE WORK Mrs. Robert .Jackson and daughter of Talmadge, Ohio, who are now meeting. At this report, he Is Mr. and !Mrs. J. O. Dann last !Mr. and Mrs. ArtWheclerand tune,

BULLDOZINGEARTH Beth, and Miss Cindy visiting in !Melrose and plan hospitalized in the Gainesville week. Also visiting the Harms family have returned from vacationing Samples he'll bring back BUILDING MATERIAL

MOVING Scales left Monday for a tripto soon h ii> reti re to Florida. Medical Center. Mrs. Piper were Mr.and !Mrs. Vernon Glis- in Illinois. enough. HARDWARE

Chicago, followed by a tour !Mr. Jordan and his assistantat reports that he is doing nicely son and three children. Mrs. Bill Jennings and dau-

r CALL into Canada. invitation the prison for have August accepted 14 at an 12 Their! son, James, of St. Louis, !\I r. and !Mrs.I'.UKcno.Sappand: ghters of St. PetersburRVisited I pray that the Lord Is with BROOKLYN
/ Jack Millers Thursday
Keystoncrs were sorry to Mo., came to stay with his family will be in South Carolinathis the them,
Big! Chief HeavrConstruction learn of the death of Mrs. noon in will the Masonic color Temple.slides mother and drive the car for week visiting her mother, Mrs. Jennings and Lou were And will bring them safely SUPPLY HOUSELumber

Arthur H, Ryan of Chicago. They bring her during his father's conva- !Mrs. Hattie !Mcl'.Ixccn and sis- classmates a few years ago.T. back home. Plywood Builder's

I Inc. Mrs. Ryan, who was a frequent and describe the work done in lescnce. ter, !Mrs Ellen C'ed.JJ'LICATE C. Joan, and Lou Miller, Cause you know it would reallybe Hardware Roofing Sheetrock -
their dep.irmenl; in the past;
Finn of Melrose, accompanied -
Palatka 325-7476; ( visitor in Keystone, was Steven Inns, nephew of Mr. and Susan terrible, Paneling Paints Insulation
II is hoped that the club will
the maternal grandmother of tour the Horticulture Dept at and Mrs. William Walz has ')\ : BKIIHIKWinners ;); Mrs. Ruby Dyal to Till death, on the !Moon to Tools! Electrical & Plumbing
Herb !Nelson: Jr. been in the !Navy: at Bethesda last week of the Dup- the oungblood:: family reunionin roam. Supplies.
the the
prison probably for Plant City last weekend.
r I September luncheon! meeting.Due Hospital, and is now witha! unit licate Bridge Club were !Mrs. Play 21 N. of Keystone 473-4886
of the medical staff which was C. W. (Hardy and !Mrs Iva While there, they visited !Mrs. With the help and guidance,
) to weather conditions, sent to Vietnam in June to opena Ilillyer, 1st place; Mrs. Kay Myrtle Atlman, and Mr. and Of our Father in the sky.
the previously reported Game new hospital there. Another Becker and Mrs. Phil J Kromcr, Mrs. Mac Peck and childrenin We may all migrate to other CONCRETE PRODUCTSFOR
y Day was cancelled. Plans for 2nd place !Mrs. J. J, Brennanand Mulberry, and Mr. and Mrs. planets,
nephew, !Ralph/ Burris, of Dunedin ;
will be announced later.ltJ'HOVEIIENTS .
August
has been with the Army Mrs. W. .J, Grolick, 3rd Sonny Cuabe in Lakeland. Mrs. Some day by and by .
in place !Mrs Paley Boyd and Cuabe who will be remembered CONCRETE PRODUCTS
Germany for three ;
: : : MADE, : years. "
He will return to the States in Mrs. John Strawn, 4th place. here as "Hootch, Is In the CALL OR SEEEdward's
TO MASONIC; HALL/ in Lakeland, for sur-
hospital
A. 1', Ilallrnan, Junior War November, and his four years< -- and Mrs. Mac Shea KEYSTONE Building!
- - - - - gery. Mr.
den of Melrose Masonic Lodge of service will be completed'
and sons Gainesville( ,and Mr. Supply Inc.
I 89!! at Keystone, with the next June. ,
pe- and Mrs. Bill Dcblauw and dau-
.
-- INDIAN BEACHLake 726 S. :MAIN 372.4844Gainesville
mission of the Worshipful '" --- ghters of California, visitedthe DRIVEINFri.
Florida
Master and members(in recess !Millers recently. TC.Mil-

Cur the, summer), has been instrumental MELROSEBy ( Santa Fe) ler and Jack WIngate spent tl- 3 p\

in providing improvements Uy: Michael II. Chilly weekend camping at MatdO' Ld NURSERY
so much needed at Inlet. Coburn and Pegp ,aln ., Sat.. July 2-:>. 20

the hall, particularly for the Joyce Rowe I'honr. 47.-i-lfll2: _. and daughter Suzy, of Gainesville O.C. Carnes Nursery

many clubs and organizations were down Saturday night, EiiPV1.
Are You that have meetings here. The Greetings' friends and neighbors and they made catfish chowder. ; Thousands of plants
How Most of us arc still excited
-
drink machine is now In opera- Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Meek { Trees-Shade Trees
? Hot I'll Fruit
about the events of the weekend how's by you' j' r' '
lion, and a coin telephone has 'J watch what t bet. We Chitl>s had plentyof and daughter:: Denise and her I Evergreens
0 was once
At Handling Money? been installed on the wall considered an impossibility company down to enjoy the friend Cindy Salisbury spent l iVf./: : Camellias & Azaleas
under the Mr.
new
canopy. the weekend at their lake home.
sun, and the lake Since we
magician hold to lifter Mailman has realized the become reality was most Im --- ALL IN CANS
Only a can tin money long Barbara Valenskl of Starke MOST:
pressive. I was probably' more did have lot of Sun. Mon.\ -Tli S.
it has :slipped throuuh his. (infers.: As need of supervision of the build a company; "pl'ntlast week with the Charles PLANT ANY TIME:
excited than most, as all this and I spent a lot of lime visit- 27 2R 29
July
for the rest of us. the smartest: trick( is to ing and equipment, and has volunteered occurred on my birthd.itc. It ing with them, I'm writing this Schmill family. Beautiful Roses -
to serve as chairmanof Wolfe and family of Mc-
bank part of dollar wo receive isn't often lo watch Steve
every one gets column alnlr,h4 c511.J'c8idc LandscapingPhone
the (House t Commit Ice. 'I his' Roc, Ga.; 'Ircllic Cheshire of
first:; thing every pay day! service is grently appreciated. history being: made on the dale Monday night, my parents I'omiimo; : Mr. and Mrs. 1W.. the j. 659.2165
of their, birth, especially such lames' and Cricket went In

We Invite You To Become An C()%IMIJI\ITY; CHURCH; 1 1A important history.Mr. SLirke, and ,picked up Kathy of Murray Jacksonville, and Tcchla were McGrlff visiting cf.Afo1ll1tl .ll 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on
and 1\1 I'.dward.l.: I l.ong- Crawford who his' beenorphan- 'j
membership ml'etinlIal'l/ Mrs II. T. Smith and Mrs. JI 'I JlW)'. 100 at Fiorahome
ncekerand sons, John and Icff- cd b.v her parents;' A. B. and
been called _.
Every Pay Day Saver for -Inly 27 f".wJng l.'ub.v Wolfe last. weekend.' --- -- -
rcy, of Livonia, Mich.,who,have. K.illiicHoward, while they' ;.icon USED CARS
morning/ worship', /by tieJlolf'd Mr. and Mrs. Tiller have Wed.. Thiirs. July :30, 31
been visiting their patents, Mr. a five week vacation in England ; -
r.f 'I 1 nislces to dicuss moved' into Iht.:1I.wood!: house
STATE BANK and Mrs. Id, LoiiKiicckcr: and :' visiting/; Katie's (Mi-cnls:, '
KEYSTONE the, advisability ofI larger: "W dl'orne m'l/hhnrs/: !". y A world I gone made Hanks Used Cars
helping with( the 'blueberry harvest I Kalh.v. will be vislliiv: with us,
parsonage: /: for prospective! min Sunday afternoon. we were
isters. have returned lo MichiganLiking land her brothers' while, hc:>rplrl'nlli visiled 'b.v HIlly Hell of Keystone CIlARiTON IISTON RIG CASH DISCOUNT
\
Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, na. 'I : a good supply of I lorid.i ; are awa.v.t'dlil'S TERMS
"lie Adult (Choir Is !in recess who is home on (leave .
for the, summer, 'bill (there Is nu hlucljoriic.s, with (Ilicni., day, Miilher, Cramlmollicr; from. the Army, and Marshall: ', plANETApES BUY-SELL-TRADE
Hank In Your
"Your Friendly Friendly ('ol Itolrt-i-l I'. Morris I
I.K-k of choral, music as the, I.I. (Co-l.iiil'|) l\ili.v.| and I wi-nl' ,In "Parades of ht' :;tmll'. Billy
)
RT. 1. BOX 90
Community.. (Celestial Choir, of .Iccnaj'crs/: sou of 11.I rH. James' M. Morristradas.ted (iaint'sville., was liMikiiy; fine, and looks like ,.. .... .". j
8 Miles, S.
Hwy. 100
.. .lime, (Ii I horn. thf I II. had Starker
'; When we )'''I' home, we his, 'Iha'Ie' has been Liking.. /:

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ftnals. 'than Branding Iron as they beat

__ Colonial was led at the plate lout 5 hits, while St. Augustinegot

I.- of the ; by Patsy Nettles, PebbleJones, 8. Eddie Hazen, Brian

I ...-' ( \ VOICE --, Faye Johnson, and Karen Nel. Johns, Randy McGovern, Danny TEXTILE

A : son each getting two hits. McKinney, and Carl Rlherd each LOWEST
bSPORTSMAN? i iitf : : Norman's Farm and Colonial ,got a hit for Trlest

Florist will now proceed to
I / MI'tE CHITTY PRICES
Uy
? .! the Women's Northern Sub- OUTLET

: .District H Slow Pitch A.S.A.;
"
Tournament to be held In Gainesville INTOWN

July 28 August 3. 224 N. TEMPLE _
Final League Standing -

HI Sports Fans, your rollIng caught In White Sand Lake.D. J 1)) Norman's Farm 2) Colonial White, Flat And Fitted

fisherman has some W. Carpenter of Santa Fe, : Florist 3) Beggs Gull

pretty Rood news again this Lake, and C. F. Shawver were 4))Starke Industries.
week. TIle fish are still bit- surf-fishing below St.' Augustine 4 1 Percale Bed Sheets - $1.50Solids

ing fairly well In man. places, and caught 25 Whiting. I TINY TOPS SET TRIP

despite all the stormy weather T. C. Miller of SantaFe, caught TO SIX GUN TERRITORYThe _

we've been having. However, 5 catfish up to 4 pounds 10. Tiny Tot Program plansto Prints And Floral Reg. $5.89

they have slowed down a bit. ounces last week on this Trot- make a trip to Six Gun Ter-

A word of warning t U) new line.Griffin's : ritory in Ocala Friday, July No-Iron Sheets $2.25Ex.
comers to Santa I Fe Lake, If Lodge ( east shore HURRICANEWARNING - -

you don' t like lo risk your Santa Fe), reported a fairly --ILiur1 : 25.The children will leave the

life, don't go out in a small good week. Roy Griffin has Recreation Center at 9 a.m. Large White, Pink, Yellow, Blue .Velvet Finish
boat, or with a small\ motor. been catching some nice Blue- i ; and return at 5 p.m.

If you do, you'd better not get gills lately. Roy guided Mr. BATH TOWELS - 97c
too far from (the landing. This Zellner Friday and they caught
Winners of the Woman's Slow Pitch Softball Championship ST. AUGUSTINE RJIt TREE owiirc'
lake can be as slick as glass, 7 Bass. Bill Groves caughta PONY LEAGUE Cannon 100 Cotton Emb. Reg. S13.98 To $22.95
l I.the Norman's Farm team shown above. Norman's tied up Ute
and in five minutes be like an and a 7pounderlast WINS 2 FROM STARKE .. .
5-pounder, Th .! for Kuril BED SPREADS
ocean. week. Mr. and Mrs. E. title last week with a win over Colonial Florist. ( <.nm c. .h.r.. - $3.98 TO $5.98

Slim's I ish, N-, Stuff (Keystone W. Webb caught a 4-pounder, Team members above (l-r) are Coach Bobby Dyal Linda The Starke Pony League MMVT.. wind rain.I t.yi..ndhurrlon .a

J ), reported some nice cat- and a 10-pounder last week. Hass Vlckl McKlnney, !Sandra Norman, and Carolyn Reddingon teams traveled to St. Augustine tot cf..4..nt.fl...Hem awl,.. King Size Flat White Fitted-White, Color Prints
.
ches brought in last week. the back row. Front row. members are Carolyn Dyal, Shalron 'Thursday, July 17, onlyto % ff' TM Iurq.oni forMuiHICANt a SHEETS - $3.00$4.00
Brook Hubbard caught a 10 1/4 I'm afraid thatthat's CHECK UP.
Well fellows back with two
pound Rass in Kcvj's Prairie. Howell Dottle Sue Kelly Kelly Richards Carol Reddish, and come losses. Ttill ."....d.. a .ontpl.,. I Infftltmn ..
it for this week. Looks The Branding Iron took on .f
John Finle> caughteranll pound like that weather kept most Phyllis Menr. one of the St. Augustine All- far .limb. or t.your... that propory a,. WHITE Reg. $2.98
.
.
2 ounce Bass in Brooklyn Lake. everyone in last week. AgainI'll Star teams, and came out on weak. r *att.far n the mnd prevention r mmtiidalioA .

Warren Mtl.e.in: had a 12 pound tell you, if you'll brave the short end of 11 4 score. .,:fl unrt.:cts r* d':moao. HAND TOWELS BATH MATS

11 ounce Bass (',unlit:: in Brooklyn the weather, you can catch some St. Augustine got things rolling .Th <..If Put chorqo your lor conflritnc Ihliorvt 15c each Asst. Colors

Lake, on a shiner. Ronald fish. In fact, this Is a good time RECREATION NEWS in the bottom of the 1st I h% 'th. ..,e... of
fop,. .
Acosta cautfhter: a 10 pound 3- to go. You won't be worried Inning as thev scored three ,.t Insurance w orrytomplot .
ouncer and 1 I.eo Bumgardncr, with somebody trying to crowd runs. The Branding Iron came ,a., far your ,..t..I1.... Wash Clothes $1 Poz. $1.50Reg.

had a 4 pound JO-ouncer, both back in the 2nd to score three
But watch out for that bear.he's NORMAN'S WINS TITLE lag six baserunners on. Colonial
vou. FUE 'INSPECTION $1.50
really out there these days. on the other hand, committee runs on errors, but could man- White, Pink, Hold; Avocada, Green
COLONIAL rsiiMATis
FLORIST tv
only one more while
age run
So untilnext week "Good 6 errors and lef t 9
TAKES SECOND St. Augustine picked 8 BATH MATSONLY
luck!" . on base. up runs. 59c
301 by, and good runners Redding and Carolyn St. Augustine blasted Branding SAPP'STREE
Carolyn
Norman's Farm wrapped Iron pitching for 11 hits while
up Bath Towels 35c
led Norman's with two Beach
Dyal SURGEONS ea. Towels 77c
the Women's Softball
League Branding Iron could manage
each. Patsy Nettles, Sheryl
Championship Thursday, July Ward, Debbie Jones, and Dot only one hit, a single by Rand- Phones: 376-1766 WORK
DRIVE- 17, by downing Colonial Florist Starling each had two hits for all McGee in the last inning. 372-9538 CLOTHES Per Suit $2.00

9-6 in a good ball game that The second game was pretty
r saw each team pound 12 hits. Colonial. much the same as Trlest Con- 2025 N. w. ortt' STREET Reg. $2.00 Suit NOW $1.49
18
::1{ SHOW BEGINS BKSThTGER The difference in the game Colonial Friday take night ,on July Beggs, Gulf saw struction lost to another GAINESVille. FLOdlDA AH! Colors And Sizes

AT SUNDoWN was that Norman's committed with Colonial winning the game Ancient City team, 8-1. Tri. 11
just four errors while leav- est hit the ball a little better
ADMISSION: : and second place in the league

Adults 75c: Students 60c AUTOMATIC! -. -- -- -- _._ -- -

Children Under t 12 Free CONSOLE MODEL

TIIUKS.. Fit!., SAT. blind SEWING MACHINE: Zigzags, | [ CARL BEGGS
stitches buttonholes decorates _AII D =
Gulf Service
JULY 21, 25, 26 etc. Original price $300.

Double Feature" Program Has a $68 balance or reliable. I I USED PARTS

party in this area oan assume Top Prices for Wrecked Oar..

"GUNS OF THE $8 month payments. Will take 24 Hour Wrecker Service

MAGNIFICENTSEVEN" older mochine in trade. Phone -. Fuel Oil --
COLLECT Jacksonville 353-1946

night or day. Ask for Credit New Innersprings PUMPSNEW I USED VACUUM cleaners re- Used CarsHwr. -
301 N. Waldo
Manager. Will deliver, no obligation. CLASSIFIED AD RATES and Box SpringsDrop cor.d.tioned $15 up. 10 different George E. LaRue 4CK-I99K
AND USEDSALESPARTSSERVICE
__
ANDBORN 1606 Main q !name brands to choose. from.
-- St. Jacksonville
Up to 15 word ____.. 1.M Us A Card or Call INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
Parts & excellent repairs all
2tchg 7-31 PALATKA EA 5-9166
(Minimum charge) Deep & Shallow Wells makes. Watson's House of fire Homeowners ADDING MACHINE ROLLS.

WILD MRS. PEGGY SMALLER Water Softeners & Filters Vacuums 712 N. LIFE & ACCIDENT File Folders complete line office -
KIRBY Vacuum Cleanea'al.' Each word over 15 .01 209 E. Adklnj St. Main Gainesville supplies. -The Telegraph

most new with complete set of Extra charge If not Furniture Repaired Expert Service On 376-7110. tfohd Keystone Height 473-4602 Phone 9B46305.FURNITURE .

STTN. THRU WED. attachments including handy paid In advance .... J5 Upholstered & Refinished All Makes DID YOU KNOW It's easy to

JULY 27 30 butler; $150, original price; $299. MATTRESSES 'REBUILT Plumbing Service (lwn.. Longcnamp Home? Refinishing upholstering -
-
Ph. 4311428. ItcJig Phone 964-7061 Better MEN WANTED Men cottage cabinet work antiques -
Double Feature Program Memorials, Resolutions Starke, Agent oullt tor F'jrJia: living -
HASTINGS DURRANCE PUMP You: plan or ours parents age over 21. Startingpay restored to their original
MATTRESS
PAT Sea you this weekend! .
;- .. I 7 cents word Your lot or ours. contact Bu- $295 month promotion opportunities beauty. Call C. E. Jackson
The Mi i i II P I i mpany in my new Fury' III traded with per & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AND SUPPLY CO. and regular Increases
-
fn rt Mltchel!. phone C84- 1313 Madison St., Starke. Phone
I Eston Jordan. Starke Chrysler- 710 Lemon St. PaUtka In pay. 8 hour day. 5
"tIefirsts
: 964-5370. tfchg
CARDS OF THANKS 6853. P O. Box 238. Starke.
; Plymouth. John. INSURANCEAT day week. sick leave. vacations

time"COLOR __ MEN WANTED Laundry REDUCED RATES I tt41 state retIrement II Interested
: BO words or less S.CO
WANTED -
Couple for .
poultry workers Kltrher. Lake Front Properties
aids labor- AUTO. FIRE. BOAT please apply In person Personnel
Uiiitinl Artists
farm.: Full maintenance offered, Each word over CO _.- .01 .tis. coitaae parents watch- DOYLE E. CONNER Manager Sunland Training Center Acreages large and small

salary open. 475-2205 Melrose man. cook and, Merles, ground- INSURANCE JIMMY MOORE'S Gainesville\. Fla.
Fla. after 6 p.m. AGENCYtell. Trailer Lois
keeper, truck driver. Five
IJ OFFICIAL An equal opportunity employer. -

HORSES Stud service. 3 INSPECTION STATION day week, eight hour day. SUN SPORTS Homes!'!, Businesses
.Cta te retirement vacations, FILING CABINETS. Typewriter :
>
beautiful leg.! Quarter horses to Open Daily 8 A.M. 5:30: P. M.
sick leave. If !interested please Stands, Desks, Chain S. E. McKay
v MOORE BOAT
!OR
,. choose from. Fee $50. Also stud Except Saturday 8-12 NoonHILL'S ED WAINWRIGHT
apply In Personnel Safes. Bradford County
A SPIf- person
pony, $20 fee. The Saddle Shop VOUB MONEY AGENCYFor
GARAGEKeystone Manager Sunland Train- Trlecraph. Realtor Appraisal Service
JIM BROWN Hwy. 16 West Phone 964-7707. ing Center Gainesville. Fla. Starke! I'h. 664-5781 All Your
Height
DIAHANN CARROLL Up Telephone 473-465 An equal opportunity employer. BAIRD Truck load discount prices Insurance NeedsSpecializing Keystone Hts. 473-4816

HOUSE TRAILER and ''apart in
JULIE HARRIS FOR RENT TV Mobile Homes Hurier Flshl-g Boats by Ca. LEGAL FORMS. Bradford
ment for rent in Ralford. Phone : sets babybeds .frhg Mobile Home InsurancePh.

4'M-looo.: Itchg elec. guitars, amplifier. I NEW and USED ccl Craft 12' 14' $189.00 up. County Telegraph/ Ph.
SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic Starke 964-6818
refrigerators: day or week. DA 964-6305.
roll SALE: 1959 Ford 6 cyl. HMER'S. 9647923. tf-ch!; Letters & Numbers for Interiorand 8-10-12' Wide

I : i (1 bcdy, exterior use. ''All sizes co GainesvilleGood:
goccl tires. Needs
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WANTED: Used Wringer-Wash THE KEY TO .
i"ir.: $50. James E. Craw- SEWING MACHINE -Cleaned lors. Bradford County Telegraph Quality I FAYE'S FABRICS, Hiway 301. take In
ERNEST BORGNINEPANAVI1" er. Will pay cash or
fi i-f"", plion:? 533-2676 after oiled and adjusted In you I; tf 1'i mi. north of Waldo. Open Gracious Living
\"' p.m.3tp Reasonably Priced
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SMAFLORIDA 8-7 home, $3.00. Vacuum cleaner re,. Fri., Sat. nights till 9. Sundays. trade on anything. DAHMER'S.M4T923. Town HouseAPARTMENTS
SINGER ZIG ZAG Sewing Ma- Gainesville 378-2785 tf-ehg I
---- pairs also. All work guaranteed 127. Weekdays, 9-6. TFchg
FOR RENT 2 bedroom fur- Dennis E. Cogglns. Phone 431: : chine in console cabinet like Serviced Guaranteed and
; new. Sews on buttons, makes BUY. SELL, TRADE Used l WILL BUY: Used Appliances S
niMicrl' apartment 202 Broad- 1428. tfch, Delivered In Starke Area : Sell or RenlFurnbhed
11.1Phone 964-7120.. lip buttonholes, overcasts monograms NO EXTRA COST Furniture Appliances. : Toys. J Furniture TV's. stereos. anything -

t blind hems dresses, etc. Tools. Wimberly's Trading of value. DAHMER'S.TO .
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I'S 441 N. 4502 NW 13th or Unfurnished
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MAlI WANTED 2 da15a- Fully guaranteed. Can be seen Post 7434 Blaadinar Blvd.,
iller BUY OR SELL acreage In
w\" 'ek:, Manday and Friday pre- BrownVolkswagen in your area. Full price $55.00or Ralnrsvllle 378-2785 Jacksonville. tfchg this area large or small (we Buford Mitchell

THEATRE IcjblCall: 964-6742. ItchgLOOKING terms available. Write Credit SEWING MACHINES also specialize In'a.tertront Phones
FOR RENT-3 room furnished
Manager 836 Camat\ Ave. Jack- Largest selections from which It |apartment. Central heat. 204 property) please call Ogilvie 964.6853 964-6780
sonville. Fla.
siIn\s"r,1lF- for a bargain? Come 4tp 7-24 choos!. Pfaff Necchi. Nelco, W. Adklns. Ph. 964-5274. tl associate, Frank League Broker. -

Weekdays 7 P. M. out 'to the Old Griffis Trading PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50to New Home. & Universal. 958 Mlkeal Ave.. Jacksonville -

1'ij.t: ncc our large collection $625. Take the drudgery out REPAIR ALL MAKES. 454% INTEREST 765-4198 or 388-9873.
::1? M.\
P.
Sunday
EXISTING MORTGAGETwo 12tch:! 8.28
iiiiliriur.s, bottles, glass. We of paper work.-Bradford Coun- National .
o Sewing
LAKE COTTAGE for rent fuinlshed.
Saturday I P. M. V.'c have plenty of used; funillirir New '"% Used R'JJJ" tv Tel'Brraoh.! tf bed room house, with largeliv.
SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic :By week or month. Lake: .
\ and Din. Area, large FlorIda
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Sales Mach
gas i-toves, electric stoves. Service Co. I
T1IUUS.. 1,KI.. SAT. nfrlKeintsrs. Ire-Pzers. book FOR RENT Mountain Cottage ne Room. hardwood floor masonry Letters. all sizes colors. Permanent Brooklyn. Call after 8 pni.

JULY 21. 25; 20 cas.cs: bed pa.sts.iis' : beds and all 1 MI. North of Thee MallGAINESVILLE for rent $40 week, completely 5tl \\'. Inrer'ltv Avr. ::178-1315.. : construction. 1 t.le: bah* for:: use on wood glass. 473-3261.:! tfchj

AT 7'lO: furnished. Weeks available In carport bg! lot. Price 850000. plastic paper metal leather.
kinds of Junk. Come out and 'N,. 900 Re.lrcment _
: Special
Small
SERVICE appliancesat
SAT. AT I ::05()() ; :())0I'( !) ::00 brows.0. nround. We buy. sell or July. August and September. From! burgalow: 5 rooms.I I'(r'$3,00000 f.nanced with V. A., ANYTHING? Bradford County tf Staike Hardware- Co. 108 E
R. E. Telegraph. II III
Edmondson Star
Route nerd cah for balance.!
PRICKS trade. 2 miles North of Starke.
Box 32. Black bath, rorcl: Newly palnfd. I Call St. Phone 9G4-531I. tfchf2nd :
Mountain, N. C. Large And Modern
Child !r ilk> Student 75c _on_ _:301.: tfchg I FOR SALE Concrete blockhouse : 28711. Phone ((704)) 669-6861. Nice! feced: lot. Just 6000. One of the nicer homes in ex- EXPERIENCED WAITRESS- -

Adult S1.00III ; 3 bedroom 1 bath wanted. Relief shift. Good pay.
l-'OIJ( IJI'JNT: 2 bedroom traL central 3tchg 7-30 No. 803 Cattle Ranch 80 acres clu ive residential section olStaike. Apply in person LoinghO'TlIRestaurant.
heat ti Cor.
\ .. IMo Mal Jct Road. HalaIfi. alr-oonditlonlng. close In. Rustic! home Modern Price 2300000. Need
nr srrrcn "1,1".llIr. i i ; S. W. nor lot. Phone 964-5367. tfohg FOR SALE: 3 BR furnished 301 South. tfchg'
'Ilir most tiiagii i iIi....iiIii t !.rJ.) 7"Hr(>. It house, 615 W. Lafayette kitchen pecans and fruit. $6,500.00 to close. Shown by appointment -
I I a|
S35.5CO. Terms. only FOR RENT 3 bedroom attrac-
| < 'liirrrt )
HKLl'; WANTED or 782- I I
MALE Strout Realty Needs Some Repair tively furnished house 513 E. I

1)) YIJI III'; man, at ]least 21, to TUNING REPAIRINGMELODY 3189 (day). 2tp 7-24 ncr Broker F.'ame house on large lot. conveniently Washington St. (Couple Only).

f ti.i J ) in finance business. Must FOR RENT 2 bedroom house, 2117 N. Temple Ave. located. You can hare Gladys Harrington, 337 N Walnut _

,11-, ::11 '\\1 .school graduate, like PIANO newly decorated. Weldon street Starke. Fla. :t fw $4.000.00. A. J. Thomas, St. tfehg

>, oJ" \ :and have a car. Goody I block from school. Call 964. Ph. 961-6609' Realtor. Tel. 964-5701.
fluent SERVICEPhone EZERASE TYPEWRITER
employee benefits.
7527
or 964-5405 or see ThomasE.
FOR RENT conditioned Bond'
Air ,
PAPER Mlmeo Paper
p. ii'j: !1-5010 lor interview. Lewis 1116 Pratt St.
1 bedroom furnished apartment. Paper Notebook Fillers. -

Itchg 2tchg 7-24 CAMPERSALES i Private parking. Renner Apts. Bradford County Telegraph.

run QUICK SALE ,Westing- W Rental Furnished House Very I 633: McMahon, phone 964-6279.

.-' "'I. ,."ij' !J' rlovo! :! and refrigerator. Near Schools 2 bed room frame tfchg HONEYMOON Special-New 2 ,
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; ...IM.. rJ,]i !91-2ii)(; :;;( after 6 p.m. week-I 378-5197 dwelling very nice and fully t j bedroom 12 wide ready to live
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"''' <' (0\ nil day Sat. and Sun. furnished. Prefer adults I 2920 Waldo Road FOR SALE- Chicken fprtiliJser, furnished, deliveredand Ave. & 2nd St. SE
no pets! In. Fully
1.Hh: ''i
< f fHI. I Gainesville: Fla. lime
and dolemlte. Clean out
Itchg Near The Post OfficeGAINESVILLE
1 please. A. J. Thomas. Realtor. Gainesville 376-0691 I set up: 3295. Open
".;:, I Rebuilding and spreading service. We de till
YIVII.NIIIMILLSIJUIOivM I I I 1 \ Refinishing Tel. 964-5701. I
VOlt. !SALE: Sofa Bed, complete, Authorized Dealer 'i liver. W. A. Prevail, 9646816. 10 p.m. ABC Mobile Homes.
\ 1:)"r'i. I "Dreamer" S. Lane Avenue. Jackson
( )\ ) double bed, complete. FOR RENT "Starcraft" 4tp 7-31 784
Large unfurnished -
OL1\i.ItI1\\II, tXI\) .c-1. Phone 4714418.: Itp VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLYMASTER 'house, 7 miles from "Wheel Camper" I ville. Fla. Itchg I
Travel I Trailers Truck I :FOR SALE Clover and Costal!
S1Lpr1. .. UNDKUWOOD; TYPEWRITER Add Machines with Starke in Hampton.; Garage ani: 1 WILL KEEP children in my
"' .. ,. _.,_ Campers Fold Downs I :Bermuda biled hay. Ton or :
I'fii.-TAHLK., : \ HulHwelB'ht good subtraction. SPECIAL. this gorden Ph. 9647438. Up !SALES SERVICE by bale. J. B. White. phone I home hourly, daily or weekly.' !FOR SALE OR LEASE 3 -

''i ijif. If.is balance $30 or $8 month only. $69.95. Ideal for EXECUTIVE I,;9C.4-6114. tfchg 1\.11'11.\ Bryan. 314 N. Church 5,000 capacity chicken houses

SUN., MON.: TlrE J IK) i I' inr'iilli.: Phone COLLECT home or light office work.- In DIRECTOR.tratlon.I experienos -I, I !._ 'et. 2tp 7.31 ,with Big Dutchman rl'l'lI'r! and

JULY 27 28.!\ 29H .liic! 'UiUllo\ 3.VM94G: ANYTIME.Will Bradford County Telegraph. tf work admln FOR FALE '62 Dodge stationwagon. BIRD PUPPIES FOR SALE:II [" fet'd'I'! task.:: Hoiwes! equipted for
eif liver without obligation.' with low income prisons AIr-conditined, power i weeks-old fine hunting stock.All DOs 1LE-WIDE 24x46, 3 bedroom ,j]layers or other Erg/ cooler and

IMH; Main st., Jacksonville. DRIVERS NEEDED $9600. Send resume ti CUBB {brakes!! power: steering; $400. i \ shots and wormed. Sired by I Mi bath. Early American yorage. No rea SEMI DRIVERS: Experience!. Economic Agency, P. O. Draw.er I de. Fully furnished in- '
'i 2tchg 7-17 field 1'.
Qt401W. 7-31 Ph. !Sfi4-mi2. I registered trail stock, bitch, I refu-ed. Phone 473-4704. Post
helpful but not necessary. Vend 970. Starke Florida This IsIJn from registered .stock and finesteady eluding -sher and dryWas
Fla.
Office. Lake Geneva
i I III3LP WANTED will train you. For local equal opportunity employer. STEREO CONSOLE COMBO: hurter. V. R. Ferguson.i f $10,900. re teed to .sell $8.987 4tchs 8-7

MALl: AND FEMALE over-the-roaxl driving. You can FOR TAKE UP payments! on 2-J| Raiford Rod.( IfB delivered a. 1 set up. ABCMobile ____
earn $3.50 perhour and up after SALE 1957 Bulck. 2 month-old. beautiful Stereo con Homes. 784 Lane Ave-
ATTENTION: Part time. Shift door hardtop. Good condition. I i APARTMENT FOR RENT -
short training. For applicationwrite like Original guc.rnni'
sole. new. Itchy
H ]FOR( CALE 14' boat with 30Ih.p. nua. Jacksonville. Flo.
Woikera:., Retired. Good sscond! :! Call 964-6857 Itchg Air conditioned! modern. Cou-
: Nation Wide Safety Director tee. 4-spS'Sd: record changercornb1ntbn > | motor and trailer: $300. :
Income. Easy to( earn $50 $75 Permanent pie cnlv Gladys Han-ineton,
1525 W. Memorial Blvd., FOR !: radio. Balance du i I|Phone Hfi4-fi02B. 2lchg 7-24 LABORERS WANTED I
weekly serving established customers SALE Reg. Poodle with I 0 l B ;;337 N. Wnlmit St. tfchu
Lakeland Fla. 33801 or call 813. ') $117 or: $9 pen month. Phone 0 > 0-, position. All Company
eni in Starke. Pleasant: per 68-M97S. Ztchg 7-24 papers. $50. Phone 064-6028. COLLECT Jacksonville 3.V3-19I6.' FOR RENT 2 bedroom air. 1cldlt1ld I benefits. Minimum starting

son. needs no experience. FOR SALE 2 row planter 3 | _2tchg 7-21$ night or day. Ask for Credit !: Mobile Home on I rates $1.65 per hr. Apply Southern lFOR SALE -- 1 In111I/ : hOI'to*'. 6

Write J-4, Wc'kln? Products: point hitch. Cultivator planterand LOST Small black female Manager Will deliver, no obligation. I Smith Lake: $80 mrmth. Phone I Wood Preserving Co.. :! sears: old and I Welch pony. 8

Inc., Box 2447, Memphis, Tenn. fertilizer. Puppy $2, Phone Chihuahua. 508 E. Washington. 1606 Main St., Jackson j jvllle 473-4534 or ccme to Smith Lake II Baldwin between 8 a.m. and 4 years old 1\Io'I.\.tI1 GriffU. %( 4-

38102. Itp 664-6523. ltobg Phone 964-6970 or 964-7757, It 2tchlr 7-31 Grocery on SR 214. UcJig | p.m. tchg 8-7 6767, GriflU Loop. Upii

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