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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Law SlatedPreparation $19.10 per thousand of

assessed!' property, a 1969- 4 f

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LttHUpNI'ai 662 was tentatively adopted l9
Preparation of an ordinance which will make the 15 bra Monday by the County
fledgling Bradford County Volunteer Fire Department 41 i f Commission.The .

I an agency of the county has been ordered by the

.CountyCommls'Ilon.!' 'r-r nsw spending bill repre- ,,.
sents an Increase over 196M9of _
It marks the first time the Commissioner Zedra Hamilton about:: $138,000, more than S
Commission will have acted who is a member the Development b half of which will be absorbedby J s ..0

under the new home rule power Authority, would not i't Increased revenue from
granted it in the new Floridai say whether or not the DA state sources. Dimes Drive Award
i Constitution. When drown: up might favor giving part of their About $65,000 of the increase
by Attorney T. A. Yawn, with $10,000 to the fire department.He must come from county ,sour Jes.ue C. Dukes! center. 'rerrlvr a CVrtlflontc. of Appreciation -

,assistance from Commissioner did say howevo*. that he -., ces. That raises the present from two members III the Board of Directors of the 1SB9
Ralph Bryan, the ordinace will favors helping the fire depart- county tax levy 1.629 mills, March of Dime Drive Bud I Mlzfll, !left and l Georll'ePI..r't".
be advertised, a public hear- ment and will do all he can to ; J
ing held, and then it will be help raise.the funds. iL ...., .n. ... "" _j from the present 6.678 mills to Dukes headed the loom" 19S1!! Dimes Drive which netted J JAssessor
made into law or killed by the 8307. $3.400, S200 over the goal set for the campaign.
Commission itself. According to Chief Green'sfigures Since the School Board had
it will take about $10- Award held to its 10.8 limit under pre- 1
Such an ordinace will enablethe 000 in equipment to get the Improvement sent state law the total countytax SaysNew
Commission to contribute fire department completely level Is now 19.107 mills or
the volunteer fire equipped. Operating expenses Just over $19.10 per thousand
nnwrao' just as it now doesto are estimated at $1,000 per Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Moore owera'! Redecorating with aluminum siding of assessed property values. '

the Chamber of Commerceand ; year. Green said the Fire Department of Moore's'! Sun Sports at Call Street with a baked on enamel finish in black 69 Law
T.he'ncrea.se in the millage
thority Bradford under Development laws already Au-on hopes with to supply the with entire and Temple Avenue' (US-301) receivea and red in Mercury's colors lIoore'put rate passed by the County Com- -
county protection
the books. the cooper.itlai! The decision to promulgatea from Hampton Brooker, and the Bradford Chamber of Commercefor in)?. Moore has the largest Mercury. $1.63 cents per thousand of
fire department ordinance was Lawtey. The Hampton Depart- recent Improvements made to the Kiekhaefer' repair and sales business in assessed valuations. It ls> the

made Monday morning after an ment is most active now, he building built in 1920. RIP Committee North Florida He also specializes in first time in three years' the Is
DangerousAnother
appeal tor financial assistancewas said. Lawtey and Brooker have Chairman Bud Mizell presents the Custom built boats. commission (has Increased tax
made by Fire Chief Harry truck given to them by the .waril.Starke es.
Green. He gave commUst )ii- Forest Service: but firemenare 6t the $138.000 Increase over ...--

ers a sheet listing $10,218 in not active in either town. last year. $63.000 was passed on
confusinor Iaw7right : which could hit citizens'
to the county by the stat !
needed for the new
equipment 1
KilledIn
'county fire department to begin Those Increases came in the in their ad vsilorem b!area, has! come to light: as!'

operations, but asked the Board form of $32.729 to match em- the fall-nut from the 19(?)9 Legislature i continues to

for only $4,500. School ploy e8' retirement and Social drop on Florida citizens
Green began by saying the Security! payments formerly
Auto law which became effective termed the law bad and
$15,025 in The a
Fire Department had pUnned paid by the !state, "
not to request county funds as medical aide to the indigent July 2 without the gov- dangerous bill.
ernor's signature, changes' tax Discussion of the law brought
long as the Commission was and $16,000 in salary Increasesfor
Starts assessments from annual forth condemnation of the
once strong (
able to hold the line on a tax AccidentA elected county officials,
to biennial 1969 by Hep. Gene
Increase, but added that sincea every year, once Legislature
two Bradford Shaw:
every years.
tax Increase was apparent he ('(Continued on Pace Pour)
County Tax Assessor Gene Long "This just further substan-
was asking for assistance.The Sept. 2 Bradford man. Ace Jay -- tiates what I've said in the

fire chief told the Com- Hodge, was killed In an auto! past -. that the 1969 Legislature -
mission that a tobacco barn accident on US-441 near Ocala Trio Charged was one of the poorest In
owned by Clavin Ward had burn- First day of school for Brad- i' Sunday according to the Florida the history of Florida, contrary
ed down early Monday morning.but ford County children will be Highway Patrol station to what some of the leaders,who
that the Fire Departmentwas Sept. 2, the day after Labor there.A incidentally are seeking state-
powerless to act becauseof Day.First Drusky With RobberyOf wide offices, have attempted to
lack of a pump for the day of school for the passenger Buddy mako us believe.
sustained
truck and other equipment.A county teachers will be Mon- Newton of Gainesville "Some of the leaders have attempted -
day, Aug. 18, when they settle head and body lacerations.He to make the people believe -
pump, fire hose, and a down for two weeks of pre- was reported in satisfactory StationThree we had a productive and
portable alert system are highon planning. -- ---"'-. condition by the FHP after be- outstanding session when, in
Green's list. Those entering school for the Ing admitted to Monroe Memorial fact, it was ''he! opposite in
The fire chief said public first time, either.kindergartenor Thus| Is the view of tTS-301! (TempleAv .) which motorists Hospital in Ocala. persons, two men anda woman that they hid the gun, my opinion. It may have been

subscriptions would pay for th.. first grade, and newcomers. get now when passing! through! Starke. Jimmy :Morire Is credited Hodge 27, was the driver of woman, were arrested Mon the car and the money and that productive for some but not for
actual operations of the fire may register anytime during by !several person! who called the BIP committee suggesting: the 1965 Mercury Comet which, day night in Gainesville! in connection he couldn't hurt them. the people of Florida."
department. Plans are to only pre-planning, or on the first left the road 6.2 miles north of with the armed robbery But when London told Mrs. Rep. Shaw said: he still does
with to
that he receive an Improvement award, doing; mope Improve
ask the Commission for equipment day of school according; to Ocala on US-441. The car traveled of a Super Test Service Station Ma-zon a second time to shoot not understand why biennial
to get started or expand, Supervisor Lucille Payne. the appearance of Starke from US-JOI than anything else. 202 feet off the right side here. Lee, the, station! manager said!! assessments would be better
I,he stated. Newcomers, theme who have ---- of the road and struck a culvertIn The station manager fled, he took off running' down than annual assessments, and
Green reportaJ that the volunteer been! enrolled in other school the ditch. It then traveled narrowly averting being shot. Thompson.: "All the time I felt he believes the new law is goingto
fire department now has systems should register dur- Election 64 feet through the air, came like they were going to shootme. be "so cumbersome" that
21 members. So far the organization ing pre-planning or the first City iown, turned over 1V4'! times! Charged with armed robbery ." the Legislature will "receivea
has ralsad $400 day of school. Mrs. Payne 'and under $23.000 bond each in
and came to rest on its top. Lee said police found later mandate to change it." .
through 1,500 letters maUtj last said it would be helpful If these Safety belts in the car were Bradford County Court are Barbara that two shots had been fired George l.. Patten, Jr., administrative -
month asking public subscrip children! presented report cards found hanging loose and apparently Jean Mazon, 29, of High from the p'.stal' and that a third assistant for Senator
tions. from their schools. not In use, according Springs, Johnnie Lee London, shell was dented as if the -
were Saunders made this
The department also has a Children who are 24. Gainesville and Clarence Bob ;
entering
Ocala FHP. hammer had struck it but the
the truck Florida with Forest a tank Service.supplied by school for birth the first time must Draws Close Funeral to the services for Hodge Manuel, 29. Starke. bullet hadn't been fired. statement"What we've to been The able Telegraph to find:
present a certificate anda
"We can raise operating expenses health certificate.To were held Tuesday afternoonin They are being held in Gain "I still don't know If they out is the Department of Rev-
with donations and suppers be eligible to enter kindergarten the DeWitt C. Jones Chapelin esville. Manual is In jail 'here tried to hoot me," Lee said enue is advising those asses-
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Starke with Rev. Robert the armed robbery At about 11:35: Mcndiy night, who contact them to go a-
charged sors
Chief Green told the on
a child must be five residents have 8V4' years. Of these 198, 62 have
and Rev. Harvey Lane the trio was arrested in Gainesville their \ of
Haisten head with preparations
"We need charge.
Commissioners. e- on or before Jan. 1. To enter days from today (Thurs notified the city clerk that they
A fire more officiating. Burial was in the According to information on the traffic chaigss.! the 1970 tax rolls."
to
begin. first
quipment grade a child must be day) to register if they! wish to wish to be re-instated and are
truck with no alert system Is six on or before Jan. 1. now eligible to vote again.So Elzey Chapel Cemetery near from Lee, the station managerwho Lee identified Mrs. Mazon and Patten said the Dept. of Rev-
election.
useless. We have a truck, vote in the Sept. 9 Worthington Springs in Union was the victim of the rob. London in a police line up enue was doing this with the belief -
but no pump." For those who like to plan Citizens who want to run in far nine persons have County. bery about 10:20: p.m. Monday, Tuesday mornng.T "thw this law was: not Intended -
Fire Department members, ahead here is the rest of theschool the election have 3Vi! more days their money to enter putdown the Hodge was born In Starke Mrs .Mazon and London entered e case was handled here by the Legislature and
Green slid, had agreed to ask calendar fof 196970. during :which they can qualify. race. One unknown factor is Incumbent Dec. 4, 1941 and hid lived in the station. Lee waj alonein by Deputies' Kenneth Fuqua that it is fairly probable that
for $4,500. "This would put Planning days mean the chil- Deadline: for qualifying is noon Chief of Pol'ce' Bobby the area his ,entire life. He the station at 556 S. Walnut and Doloh Reddish of the it will be corrected!:: either in a
In much dren do not attend school but Tuesday, Aug. 19. employed by the Bradford in
session the
us operation so quick Biggs When asked Tuesday by was Sheriff's Department: They had special or next
the teachers are at work at If a person wishes to vote In He was A St.Mrs. "
er. The Telegraph if he intended to Furniture Csmpanv. Mazon had''! a 38 caliber taken the case! from fie Starke regular session.
Commissioner Ralph Bryan school.) the election, he must registerat member of the Baptist Church. pistol and pointed it at his Police Department which Lee Patten believes that the law
run again, Biggs said, "No Com-
suggested that the Board tike Friday, Oct. 17 -- Planning City Hall on Thompson ment." His parents were the late Otto chest. Lee said. She told Lee! first notified of the robbery will probably be changed back
$4,500 from the $10,000 bud- DayFriday Street by noon, Saturday, Aug. and Selma Brasky::: Hodge. to rhow her where the money Monday night.Middle. to annual assessments.
geted the Development Au- Nov. 7 -- Planning 23. Even if one has registered :lave qualified for the Survivors include his wife, was kept= and London took it Introduced! in the Senate, the
thority. "This benefits develop DayThursday at the courthouse he' would Two Bill Rosser Linda L. Hodge; three. daugh- from a desk drawer. Lee told preamble to the law says, in
ment," Bryan said.'A and Friday, Nov. still not be eligible to vote in police chief race. 13 teN: Elaine, Sue and Carol: them there was not money in part," "An act ... establishing -
27 and 23: -. Thanksgiving Hol the city election. To vote in the and Kenneth Fuqua. Rosser School
: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::=:: former chief! who lost to Biggs two brothers. Henry Hodge of the safe but said nothing about a biennial rest estate ad
I city, one must register in the a Starke and Harold Hodge of hidden. valorem tax roll and provid-
idayMonday $159 dollars he had
Dec. 22 Friday ity. in 1967. Fuqua, a former city Wins PraiseBradford of
I' in
: 1 j Gainesville; REGISTERNOW j! Jan. 2 -- Christmas Holiday hall in the policeman, li a deputy sheriff. the trio
At city lobby one Raymond (Hall of Starke; and The car in which was disaster, and providing for the
Thursday and Friday, Feb. will find a list of 198 names of Another two-way race has developed his grandmother, Mrs. Laura' riding! was stopped In Gainesville annual additions of new build-
111 19 and 20 -- Planning Days persons who have been purged for mayor, with Starke Brosky of Gainesville. by the Sheriffs Department County's new middle Ings and Improvements "
: For City :i I Friday, March 6 -- Planning from the rolls because they Jeweler. Nolan: Woodburn providing there after a description school: has wan t the praise The law Itself states: "The
tl: 1.: DayMonday hare not voted In the last two competition for incum- given by Station manager of the: Dade County school:: official values assessed on the!counties
'': March 30
# ElectionDEADLINE Friday, Richard Lee. was broadcastover 1969 real property tax rolls
:::: April 3 -- Spring Vacation bent Carl Hurst, a political: vet. Hall in charge of middle boards
Mazon and certified by the
<< Rodney police radio. Mrs.
school4.About.
> f 1: Tuesday, June 10--Last day Shine Still "eran and owner of Hurst's 66 was charged In Gainesvillewith of county commissioners ...
: for children station.
1 of school driving without a license 80 persons: enrolled in a shall, except as provided herein -
1 11: June 11 17 -- Postplanning Is DestroyedA Three are making the run for Home RobbedThieves and London with allowing an week-larg Institute on Middle be the values :assessed a-
For Registering f for teachers.
gainst all real property:; in the
the Group 4 council: seat. Gerald unauthorized to drive. Schools'at the University of
j I: -*Williams manager of the Florida toured fie! Bradford facility counties for the ensuing ble-
1 Is Saturday 550-gallon capacity moon local telephone office, h trying The thieves took $62 from the August 5, according to nnium. All real property In
:::0-::: Aug. 23 3 Dead Fish shine still 400 gallons of mast, for his second term. H's' com broke into the homeof drawer and $57 of that has Prlnc'pal'! R'::' ard Jackcl the counties for( the ensuing
<< and 35 gallons of moonshinewere petition! comes from two political Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hall been recovered.Mrs. bieunnium. All real property In
At 12 Noon At BedfordPersons destroyed by the Bradford newcomers, Mrs. Maurice in Theresa! and made off with Mazon kept the pistolon The Dade official: termed the the various counties shall val-
:1j:: : Sheriff's Department Friday White teacher at Starke Elementary items estimated at $600 according Lee and made him follow local education plant one: of tho ued ... biennially, commencing"
:, .::.': afternoon, Aug. 9. and Jimmy Bowen, to( Hall. them back to their car parkedat best he has seen in the South: with the 1970 tax rolls.
::'rhle::: Space Contributed f::' who live near Bedford According to Sheriff P. D. mechanic at Terwlllegar Motors the corner of Thompson St. east. He said' he has ss( -c'ied The "disaster" mentioned in

| Weekly to Publicize .:: Lake have reported seeinga Reddish, no one was: arrestedat Hall said the: robbers smashed and Temple Ave. all over the U. S. for a middle! the preamble is defined in the
:;:: Community Events by f number of dead fish and the the site. a sliding gli'i door between Lee raid the pistol was point school to study and was pleased: body of the law as a nat-
y-' matter is being investigated by have ed at his chest scared him and to find (such as but not
The Sheriff's Department was Two Incumbents do not 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Thursday: one In Florida that exemplifies ural disaster ,
11 1 The Community ;! the Fla. Game and Fresh Joined by State Beverage De- competition! City Clerk Merrill the 7th. and "pretty well upended he obeyed the commands of the concept better limited to, a hurricane, flood,
Water Fish!' Commission.: partmnt personnel! and agents Edwards a 10-year veteran is everything In the hou!e." Mrs. Mazon. than any he has seen before. tornado, or a freeze) ... ."
: State Bank :; from the federal Alcohol Tobacco unopposed: m 1" seeks h's sixth While the' Halls have not yet But at the car, London told Although the preamble says "t
; Accounts Now Insured f: 'However, a Commission official and Firearm Division. term.,and Jimmy McRae, who completed the inventory, they the woman to shoot Le!. The group was shown the! the law will provide for the annual -

1r:1: tIp to $15,000 by ::: said that so far evidence The still was located three holds Group Two Council : .. does not point to a "fish kill. miles South of Starke off SR- faces no op-osltlon! in his bid bank, costume jewelry and her 'Now, watt a GD minute.: Phil Vellenga. and Instructor Improve'nents. the

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Of Interest To Cathy
For Miss PatersonAt Given At Home Entertained In

Andrews, HomeMiss '. Of Mrs. GreenThe Fernandina Beach :.
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WOMEN Linda Paterson, bride- family of Mrs. Nelson Whitehead, bride-
Miss Cathy
elect of Sept. 6, was honored Green held a combined birth- elect of August 30, was com-
I at a bridal shower Thursday day party and fish fry supper CocaCola
,.*Gladys!'Mooty' : Phone H4.74iT +CO" night, Aug. 7, given by Mrs. Wednesday night of last week. plimented with a
last Sahirrtav
tnrtv afternoon
J. O. Gay and Mrs. Levon An- celebrating the birthdays it
six members of the family given by Mrs. Henry Allison
drews at the home of the latteron
T "Sweet' Sixteen'Is W. Madison Street. whose birthdays fall in Aug- at her home at Fernandina

Theme ust.The Beach.
Party. six having birthdays In
The 20 guests attending en- The refreshment table was
For Joy Sapp Joyed games with prizes duringthe August are Mrs. J. B. Bakken covered with a lace cloth over
party hours. After the Mark and Lee Hardenbrook. linen and covered witha
i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sappof games refreshments were Harry Green, Joey Bakken and yellow flower arrangement.
summer
Lawtey entertained with a served from a table covered r& Mrs. Green. R. R. Crosby

party at the skating rink in with a cutwork cloth and cen- who was also a guest at'the The hostess presented the

Lawtey on Saturday, Aug. 2, tered with an arrangement of party; was celebrating his 81st honoree with six of
pieces her
honoring their daughter, Joy, white and pink pompoms in a i birthday. chosen stainless flatware
on her 16th birthday anniver cut glass bowl. Flanking the Centering the buffet supper as a
memento of the occasion.
sary. centerpiece were two three table was a huge two layer
The rink was decorated In branch crystal candelabra hold- Ogletree-Duck sheet cake Iced in pink and
white and Lou Bell Ing pink tapers and entwined Twenty-five; guests called between -
pastel pink, green Nancy EngagementMr. yellow with the names of the
and balloons with fern and rose buds. Mrs. the hours of three and
streamers large honoress inscribed: on top.

: % { t. hung from the ceiling with the To Wed Mr. SmithMrs. Charles Zipperer presided at and Mrs. Cleve Prather u............. .............................,.five.u..o'clock........................__......._ ..._..._........n...
inscription "Joy 16" printedon the punch bowl. Ogletree of Phenix City, Ala. :* : ;% %% ;;??;;;;;;; :::::::::;

d d dp them. Hanging from the The hostesses the engagement of
Louise Bell announces presented corsages announce
ceiling in the center of the the engagement of her daughter to the honoree her their daughter, Sherrell Lynn,
room were the gold glittered Nancy Lou, to Billy Ken- mother Mrs. R. G. Patersonand to Vernon Duck, son of Mr. SPECIALS ,
letters" "Sweet Sixteen At neth Smith, stepson of Paul Mrs. W. W. King of Key- and Mrs. Thomas Vernon Duck $ .

Last. Underhill and the late Ora stone Heights, mother of the Jr., of Lawtey.
.... The refreshment table was Nell Underhill all of Starke. bridegroom-elect. Miss Pat-
covered with a pink, white and erson was also presented witha The bride-elect is a 1967 ..
green cloth. At one end was a Miss Bell is also the daughter five piece stalnleess flat- graduate of Chavala High Schoolin ....
.(... crystal punch bowl and centering of the late Ray Bell of Starke wear set as a memento of the Seale, Ala. where she was a 1 s 1 $10 PERMANENTS 111 '

;; the table was a three tier Miss Bell and Mr. Smith are occasion. cheerleader and a member of 11
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: birthday cake decorated with
< both 1969 graduates of Bradford the school choir. She is now FOR
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pink roses and green leaves. 2 $16 :
employed by Southern Bell
High School. Miss Bell Is I
Alvarez Reunion
Topping the cake was Cinder-
Telephone Co. in Columbus
at the Bradford
.... ella and Sweet her Sixteen golden written carriagewith on employed County Hospital and Mr. SmithIs Held SundayThe Ga.. as a long distance operator I I.
at Clay Electricin
it. At the other end of the employed
p Palatka. descendants of Mollle $12.50 $15.00
table was a crystal lazy susan Mr. Duck is a 1966 graduateof
Wedding plans will be announced and Roman Alvarez held a family -
with sixteen different trays of Bradford High School wherehe 1
mints. Punch was served by later. reunion Sunday at the O. was a member of the band. PERMANENTS PERMANENTS 1

Miss Janet Hardy Becomes Bride, Miss Patricia Pressley, assisted R. Alvarez Jr. home on Bay- He was also a member of the '11 I

Of Mr. In First by Mrs. George Sapp. less Highway.The included the Starke chapter of DeMolay. 2 FOR FOR $ 111
Ivey Baptist ChurchThe The party was chaperonedby Miss JoKnson" 80 attending Presently he is a Petty Off- $20 2 ,5We
three and five daughtersof
three of Joy's aunts, Mrs. sons icer, 2nd class in the U. S. *
First Baptist Church was of the bride, attended as flower George Sapp, Mrs. T. K. Linzy, Is (ComplimentedAt Mr. and Mrs. Alvarez and Coast Guard and is stationedin :::: Are Pleased To Announce That Ida Sue 1::
the setting for the wedding of girl in a gown similar to the and Mrs. E. D. Carlton. Gay HomeMrs. their families. A covered dish Honolulu, Hawaii. He has 11 Is Now Back With Us At Dyal
Miss Janet Elaine Hardy to other attendants. Tommy dinner was served on the just completed a ten-month tour Morgan's. ::1j:

George Eugene Ivey Jr. at Crosby cousin of the bride, lawn.A of duty in the waters of South
8 o'clock Saturday evening Aug- was ring bearer. Birthday Party Adolph Gay, Misa Geraldine highlight of the afternoonfor Vietnam. d MORGAN'S BEAUTY SHOP II a i
ust 2. Rev. W. A. Hogan per- The bride, given in marriage Gay and Mrs. Eugene the children was a ride In
formed the double ring cero by her father wore :a silk For Betsy YawnMrs. Tanner entertained at a Coca- a Model T Ford which William A Sept. 27 wedding is plan- PHONE 1111
The bride is the daugh- organza gown with a Chant Cola party Saturday afternoonat Alvarez of Ocala drove to the ned the Ladonla Baptist 964-7004
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ter of Mr. and Mrs. James lace yolk, high neckline and T. A. Yawn gave a theGay home on W. Madi- reunion. Church. ::: :::::: :::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
Eldon Hardy and the groom Is short sleeves. The lace was neighborhood party Wednes- son Street honoring Miss Paula
the son of Mr. and Mrs.GeorgeE. covered with seed pearls. The day afternoon for her daughter. Johnson of Athens Ala.,fiancee
Ivey of Tucker, Ga. back featured tiny lace cow Betsy, who was celebrating her of Freeman Register m.
ered buttons. The hemline was sixth birthday. A pink color motif was
Centering the altar was a car-
large fan-shaped arrangementof bordered with scalloped lace Outdoor games with prizes ried out in the party decorations -
pink and white mums, pom- and it was repeatad throughoutthe were enjoyed by the youngsters.A and floral pieces. The
poms and roses. Forming the .full chapel train. Lace pink color scheme was carried refreshment table was covered THEBOTTOM
background were fern trees, appliques were scattered over out in the refreshmenttable with a white lace cloth and cen-
large and small candle trees the dress and sheer train. Hex decorations. tered with a pink floral arrangement DOLLARHAS
and spiral and arch candelabrawith only ornament was a diamond Among the guests were
buritng: tapers. necklace, a gift of the groom. Betsy's cousins,Jeffrie, Paula, The hostesses presented the
Gracing the window sills were Her Juliet cap was covered with Michael and Stephanie Garcia honoree with a serving dish as
candles entwined with fern, and Jae flowers seed pearls andj .of Camarillo, Calif. Their a memento of the occasion.
family pews were marked with crystals over silk organza mother, Mrs. M. A. Garcia, Among the twenty guests attending CHANGED
fern, white mums and white which was attached to a full assisted in serving. between three and four
bouffant silk veil. She car o'clock were Mr .
satin streamers. A l large arrangement Betty; Regis
ried a cluster of lilies-of-the- ter, mother of the ''
of pink and white .. .. brtdegi'ton-
mums, gladioli, pompoms, valley. -- and Mrs. James Martin of elect, Mrs. C. T. Wade and
roses and carnations, Inter- A reception was held at the Tallahassee kept the bride's Mrs. Freeman Register Sr.
spersed with spryngorta fern, Starke Woman's Club, where book. The bride's book table
was draped across the back of Mrs. Ervin Andrews and Mrs. was covered with a white organdy IT'S NAME !
the church. In the vestibulewas Guy Sale greeted guests at the cloth and held an anniversary Duplicate Bridge
an arrangement of pink and door. Standing in the receiving candle centered in a long Club ResultsThe
white roses! carnations and line were the bride and floral arrangement of white
mums. groom, their parents and bridal mums and pink roses and ter''\.

Mrs. R. A. Green, organist, attendants.The Also on this table was the mare Starke Duplicate Brides!:: Come In And See Our New Store
The brides-
and Miss Carol Ann Hardy, receiving line stood In of honor's bouquet. Club had 5V4 tables In play at
cousin of the bride, soloist, the club lounge wham the man- maids bouauets were placed on the
Pratt Street Recreat'nnCenter !
and coffee tables.
the
provided nuptial music as the tel was graced with a full len- jpunch
guests gathered.Mr. gth arrangement of pink and Pouring coffee were Mrs. W. Tuediy night
Ivey served his son as white roses, carnations glad- A. Hogan, Mrs. Dave Paulk and East-Wet': winners were Mri. NEW COLOR SCHEME ,
NEW SIGNS
best man, and the ushers were ioli, mums and pompoms. Used Mrs. E. D. Tenly Sr. Pre- Montie White and Mrs A. L. --
James V. Crosby, Jr., cousinof throughout the auditorium were siding at the punch bowls were Crosby Jr. with a scare of 41's
the bride, H. C. Tuggle of Atlanta arrangments of pink and white Cissy Bradford Mrs. Bobby Mrs M. A. Baldwin Jr. and
cousin of the groom, Jim flower, fern trees and candelabra Case, Gwen Lord, Katie Scar- Mrs. Sherrort! Hamilton were MANY NEW ITEMS -- NEW OPPORTUNITIES
BaIrd of Chester, N.Y., Paul with burning tapers. brough Laine Seigel, Linda second with 3344NorthSouth .
Prater of Llncolnton, Ga., Mrs. Charles Darby and Mrs.E. Seymour, Kathy Stanfield Suzi : winners were
Charles Thorp Jr., Athens, Ga., L. Matthews Invited gueststo Stanfield, Merry Tyler and Mrs. Martha Moore: and Mrs.
James Putney Godwin, Warner the bride's table and punch Susan Wiggins. As siting in Edward Burns with a score: of Courteous Sales Ladies
Robins, Ga., and Charles Max- tables. The bride's table was serving were Mrs. Robert 42. Mrs. Harry Mooty and Ernest . .
well, Cochran: Ga. covered with a white organdy Barksdale, Mrs. Randal Chitty, Jenkins were second with
Miss Jayne Hardy attendedher cloth and was centered with a Mrs. R. A. Colson, Mrs. S.G. 37'4. )AIVL . Tremendous Savings
sister as maid of honor. three tiered wedding cake Denmark, Mrs J. H. Dennis Overall winners were Mrs.
Bridesmaids were Miss June topped with a replica of the Mrs. Fred Graudon Mrs.John White and Mra. Crosby Tremendous Variety
Hardy sister of the bride,Mrs. bride's bouquet. This was Greene, Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr., The, weekly tournaments: are a ?
LaRue Williams and Mrs. E. flanked by epergnettes holding Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr., Mrs. open to the public. Sa'slons:
H. Wise m of Gainesville Miss pink and white roses, carna- A. N. Holliday, Mrs. Ben Mox- start at 7:30: ( p.m, Tuesday! In
Carlene Moore and Miss Patti tions, mums and spryngoriafern. ley, Mrs. G. S. Newcomb, Mrs. the Pratt Street Recreation
McDaniel of Atlanta, and Miss In front of the cake was Myrtice Nichols, Mrs. A. R. Center.
JoAnn Hlldabrand of Warner Norman, Mrs. Vernon Reddish,
the bride's bouquet. it***************************
Robins, Ga. All attendantswere Mrs. Carl Roberts, Mrs. Ver-
The punch table was cover-
gowned alike in formal non Sllcox, Mrs.Clyde Sinclair, BIRTHS 10( SOhVOL
ed with a white organdy cloth ****************************
gowns of pale pink dacron organza and held two sliver punch bowls. Mrs. J. D. Warren, Mrs. Ode Bradford lAC"%
County Hospital announces
over bonded crepe. The Silver compotes held nuts and Wiggins, and Mrs. V. J. Spen- the following births-:
bodices featured square neck- mints. The coffee table was gler.Also
Mr. and Mrs. Lavon
the floor host- Toby
assisting
lines and puffed slaaves trimmed also covered with an organdy
Knight Lake Butler, a son,
with val esses were Mrs. Larry Crawford -
cloth and held a silver coffee
were rows David Wilson, Aug. 6.
lace. There Bobble Sue Barksdale
of ,
service at one end and a punch
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin La-
matching lice at the bottomof bowl at the other. Silver trays Joyce Denmark, Martha Den- Pearce Supplies And Clothing
mar Starke, a daugh-
the skirt. They wore short held petits fours. Both tables nis, Jacque Gasklns Geraldine
white gloves, a gift of the held arrangments of pink and Gay, Cheryl Godwin,, Mrs.Mark ter, Kathy Gayle, Aug. 5.

bride's mother. Sweetheartroses white roses, carnations and Hamilton, Gall Hatcher, Hope HERSEY FAMILY
and tulle highlighted their pompoms. Holliday, Sandra Huggins, Suz- REUNION SUNDAYThe
hair. They carried cluster Mrs. James V. Crosby Jr., anne Judd, Betsy Matthews, ;" reunion
Hersey family
nosegays of pink and white roses cousin of the bride Mrs. W. Katherine Peek, Cheryl Phill- will be held Sunday, Aug. 17, 50O SHEETS PAPER 69*< PENCILS 2 FOR 5 and carnations with
pink rib-
B. Mundy and Miss Mary Loveof ips, Sandra Register, Evelyn at the Ralph Merritt placeon
bon streamers and spryngoriafern. St. Petersburg, the groom's Sinclair, Mrs. Jimmy Smith, Bedford Lake. A covered
godmother cut the bride's cake. Anne Terwillegar, Robin War- dish dinner will be served at *
LJttle Beth Francis cousin BOYS PERMA PRESS & KNIT ;
SHIRTS 88 TO
Mrs. David Canova of Starke ren, Kim Wilson and Denise 1 p.m. All members of the -- 2.99BOYS

Winkler. family are cordially invited.
Passing out rice bags and

Kentucky Fried Chicken groom's cake on silver trays
were Karen Chitty, Dreannle THE BRADFORD
Barry, Sandra Chitty Neva COUNTY TELEGRAPH
CO!,. SANDERS RECIPESPecal Jayne Flynn, Anita Green Kathy

GillinKham\ Jana Godwin, Lynn Published every Thursday DUNGAREES1.11 TO 2.99Children's
Moxley, Patty Mullins Lisa at 138 W. Call Street
; Reddish and Brenda Roberts. Starke, Florida 32091
After spending some time with '
their guests the couple left Second class postage( paid; @
FRIDAY YSE98 L on a wedding trip to South at Starke, Florida.Subscription .
Florida and Nassau in the
DINNER Bahamas. The bride traveledin Rates Dresses
a brown and white knit dress In trade area: $5.CO per Y
with a sleeveless jacket and year; $2.75 six months.
< brown and white accessories.She Outside trade area: S3.50
wore a pink sweetheart rose per year; $3.00 six months

and carnation corsage. I 1 1.99 to 3.99 -
The bride is a graduate of
2 SHRIMP: 2
OYSTERS
Bradford High School and the 77
2 SCALLOPS, 1 CRAB CAKE University of Georgia} She is I SE/ftVJCE/ SCHEDULE

1 FISH FILLET WITH a member of Delta Gamma sorority CATHOLIC ChurchesST.
FRENCH FRIESSATURDAY where she was WHA
representative, song leader and EDWARD'S. Starke:
most outstanding pledge. She Sunday: l\Iau. 8 a.m. and9U
ONLY C has a BS degree in early child- : a.m.Thursday .

85 hood child education development.with a major In Mass 6:30: p.m. OUR NEW NAME

LIVER GIZZARD Miraculous Medal Novena: .
or Mr. Ivey graduated from St. .
DINNER .Andrews Prep School and the Saturday. 7 p.m.

University of Georgia; Is a .ST. WILLIAM'S.
member of Pi Kappa Alpha Keystone
Heights
PHONE AHEAD 964-5126 fraternity where he was pled-
YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY ge trainer; named most loyal Sunday Mass, 9 a.m.
brother, and was awarded the Welneiday Mass Novena
STORE
BAT IN OR TAKE OUT 1ST. :
Neophyte Spirit aware:: lie has i p.m.,

1601 N. Tempi AT*. U. S. 301 NorthPAGE a major in BBA degree in Mar- MARY'S Macclenny. ,

keting. Sunday Mass 11:30 150 WEST CALL ST.
C. R. BRASWELL : a.m.
Owner-Manager Mr. and Mrs. Iveyare at home
at Salt Springs.

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.1 and Mr.children and Mrs.of Jim Winter Wheaton Park r

; were Monday and Tuesday : Ali / / / I A t ft

Pwft/e iPIIK guests eigh Brannen.of Mr. and Mrs. Ral- "
I
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Underlll Z--z =; =' WHATTH.fl4" : /
URNI'1'1JRE.5
and family of Melbourne are TORNADO AMJ T'VE' NIT' TOTAL WNAVLUCKlNOTASCRATCN (SESTBUYLLVEROT/
t LOSS-TME ON fv V NEW CAR FROM _
visiting Mrs. UnderilPs par- ? WIFE'S j\o11S.NG.:; 1Y'DON'TSU'PPOSEO'OHNO t fl
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luncheon Mrs. Guy Andrews attended a Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Craw- Guests; at the W. E. Wynn ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mon- X M AFRAID 'LOOK/' / __ Cb f'I
at the home of Mrs crief for two weeks. IJAUWJJI
ford Nr-
Francis and son of Cocoa Beach cottage on Silver Lake during \ HELP." I
Meyers In Gainesville were visiting Mrs. W. H. Hart the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Mor ,/ GE.TME:
.last Thursday. over the weekend. John Rock and son of Coral rison and family of Leesburgand ,f.1 J CHIYROUT-OlflS: ) :2' -t OUT OF .
Doris Spengler Is visiting! her Mrs. Sarah Barton of Atlanta Gables Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson t ( '/ MB k. _MERE.'. t I
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. R. Ga. is visiting her soninlawand Creech and family of Starke, of Louisville, Ky. were _
L. Spengler In St. Augustine daughter. Col. and Mrs.H. Miss Janet Kaufmann of Key- weekend visitors of Mr. and <::-.o..tt ..\' ,,-.-
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this week. M. Hatcher Jr., this week. stone Heights and Joey Joyce, Mrs. Henry Morrison. "
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Grider J. C. Wynn and daughter, Linda Miss Vicky Williams Is visit- ; :
Miss: Paula Johnson! fianceeof and son, Lloyd, and Mr. and and Mrs. Delores Attwood and ing Mr. and Mrs. Billy Powell III ,
Freeman Register HI of Mrs. Kenneth Grider attendedthe family of Jacksonville. in Mauldin, S. C. for two weeks. t :
Athens. Ala. spent Saturday to wedding of Robert W, Dou- Stephen Beckett of Fernan- Attending Harmony Bay Youth e
Thursday with Mrs. Betty ville Jr. to Miss Georgia Bag- Ina Beach was weekend guestof Music Camp at the West Flo- .. I
,Register. well in Orange Park Sunday rida Baptist Assembly in Pan- :
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. White-
afternoon. ama City this week are: Becky
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding :head and daughter, Cathy, his
Rebecca McMillan,
Mrs. Marie Sumner and Siemer
visited financee.Mr. t t
their
daughter. June, in daughter, Mrs. J. J. Lett, and Diane Thomas Carol Hardy, .
Atlanta, Ga. last Wtednesday to and Mrs. E L. Matthews;
Jimmy Crosby, Mark and Bob
children of Douglas, Ga. were
Saturday and attended and Mr. and Mrs. Bob: Ferguson
the Milner, Debra Prevatt, Don
Haring family reunion in Dou-! and Friday Mrs.overnight R, II. Grider guests of and Mr.C. .attended the district meetingof Hardy, Billy McRae, Katharine SEE.
.glasvllle on Sunday.Mr. Eldridge.Mr. the Florida Press Association Peek, June Hardy, Gayle Hat-
In Tallahassee last week cher. Mitchell t t tt
Cindy Sheryl
and Mrs. Harold K. Davis and Mrs. Kenneth Gri
and daughter. Tracy and M\ der and family visited St. Aug- end.Miss Phillips and Colleen Nichols
and Mrs. R. W. Davis and son, stifle, Cedar Key and White Martha Bellinger spent of Starke; and Debbie and Greg
Drew are rpending this weekat Springs Sunday to Wednesday. the first of last week with Douglas and Lade Temple of
Crescent Beach Jeana Crosby,daughter of Mr. friends In Foley and Mobile: Brooke.
Mrs. James M. Blackshearand and Mrs. Vernon Crosby underwent Ala. Later in the we k she Mrs. Al Harley and children t t.t t.
of Merritt Island
son Tommy, visited her surgery Monday in stayed with Mr. and Mrs. Don are spendingthis
Alachna ( week with Mr. and Mrs.
.eneralllo"Dital. aid Winters in Hattiesburg,
sister: Mrs. Frank Foster In
Lonnle Harley and Mr. and
Mrs. Gladys Weldon returned
!Miss where she was a brIdes-
Barnard Vt last week. *
last week from a visit in maid in a wedding! Mrs. Barney McRae.
Billy and Tonda Lynn Coving- Friday
Herbert Drew and daughter,
ton of Gainesville have been Mount Dora with her brother, night. Miss Mary Bollinger, who
Amy, and MssBirbsra3raclus: : : t / t
Walter Shaffer, who had suf-
visited the Audobon Zoo in New
visiting their grandparents Dr.
fered a heart attack. She also of Indianapolis, Ind. are vsltlng # #
and Mrs. A. Y. Covington the visited her son and family, Mr. Orleans, La. Friday afternoon: Mr. and Mrs. D. F. McRae
joined her sister for the wed-
past week. and Mrs lohn Drew for two
and Mrs. Weldon in
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby! Bushnell.Mr. Billy ding that night. Both girls visited weeks.

had as Sunday visitors Mr. and and Mrs. J. S. Shufordand friends in Gulfport Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Pollard, I t'I
Mrs. Roy J. Andrews and son family returned Monday before returning home on Sun. former residents of Starke,
and Mr. and Mrs. L'lrryfar:: from an eight day campingtrip day.Mr. were visiting friends and rel-
I dls of Jacksonville and Mr. and at SlOWIng: Kock, N. C. and Mrs. Tom Jackson atives here Tuesday. They
,Mrs. Mickey Dansby of Gaines- and sons visited her parents are now residing in Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wall In Al- Miss Anne Tcrwillegar left For the car/truck ,
ville.Mr.. and Mrs. J. J. Tolbsrt and daughter, Terri, visited achua on Sunday. by jet Tuesday for San Diego, only
and daughter, Mrs. Donald Lee! Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bolden at Dr. H. G. Bolllngsr attended! Calif to visit her uncle and ,
and son of Charleston: S. C. Florahome on Sunday. an Insurance Seminar in Or- aunt, Cdr. and Mrs. Dale L. combination of its kind !
were weekend guests of Mr. Mrs. Jim Talley and san lando on Saturday and Sunday.He Scott Jr. andbnllyatCar\fa: :
Tommy have returned from ten for two weeks.
and Mrs. H. K. Davis. was accompanied by his
days visit with relatives in Marty, Kennett and Neil
father, F. E. who
Bollinger t
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Payne
East Texas. Theybroughthamewith Gordy of Green Cove Springsand t
and daughters returned Sunday spent the time visiting his son-
them, Mrs. Talley's par- Miss Sally Moore, who Is /- a---
in law and daughter. Mr. and
from two weeks visiting: rela-
ents, Mr and Mrs. Rex Cristof attending Massey Business College -
tives in McComb Ohio: and Mrs. Milton Hartzell In Fern
Pecos, Texas for a four- spent the weekend with
camping In Kentucky.Mrs. month stay in Starke. Park. Mrs. Martha Moor.
Velma Dixon and family Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith ;
Martin Col. and Mrs. J. A. Scanlanand t
Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Margaret Hackneyand of Wllliston! visited t their son- t
son, Joe, and Mrs. O. L. C
daughter!! of Nashville of Lichota Glostonbury and daughter, Conn.,,will Wanda visit in-law and daughter, Mr. and ]Haynes Sr. visited Mr. and ,....,... ..w ,d.IMWMINNMpB16AlA _
Tern.: are visiting Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Frank H. Collins Mrs. Marc Jackson over the Mrs. H. E. McLarin in Pana- .. ._.. -K.
Donald Bagwell for several and Mr.family next week. weekend. Mrs. Smith remainedwith ma City last Tuesday :ail W9J-: 4kM. ,', "M'.4.. .,.. a ',
weeks. the Jackson! for several nesday.Mr. IiP' ..
Mr. and Mrs.Willie E. Green, t 'I
Mrs. Adolph Gay and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Edward days. and Mrs. Bobby Haagand : t
Geraldine and granddaughter. Green, and family visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs V. R. Fergusonwere sons of New\: Carlisle, Ohio ,
Paula Tanner are in New and Mrs. G. W. Strickland, and vi-iting relatives In Appomattox were visiting their aide and
Orleans La. t this week where family of Bunnell Sunday.Mr. Va. and Southern: aunt, Mr. and Mrs.E.W.Hayes.
Mrs. Gay is going through the Pines and Newton, N. C. last several days last week.
Osc'iner Clinic. and :Mr s Kenneth Grider Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mailer \ t tt
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dlggi' attended the Douvtlle-Bagwell week.Mr. of Lakeland were weekend
and daughter Carol were wedding rehearsal supper at the and Mrs. Tommy Johns: guests of Col. and Mrs. J. A
called to Hickory: Ridge'! Ark. Club Continental Orange Park and family of Macclenny spent Griffin.
last Friday by the death of Saturday night. Mr. Grider was Thursday' to Sunday with Mr. Randy and Charles Coleman
Mrs. DiggS' mother, Mrs. Anna an usher in the weddingSunday and Mrs. J. w. Ritch at SantaFe of St. Mathew, S. C. have been t
Sullins. afternoon. Lake. visiting theirgrandparents, Mr. BLAZER! t tt

Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Loudon Mr. and Mrs. C. F..Bayer Guests Saturday evening of and Mrs H. B. Hamilton the CHEVY
Sr. of Keystone Heights wer of Palisades, N.J. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edward Poston Dast two weeks.
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mark Moody and :Mrs. W. were her son-in-law and daugh Mr. and Mrs. William! Douglas -
W. T. Jackson Sr. and family H. Hart this week. ter, Mr and Mrs. Richard ] of Newberry England wee with Full track Full width Full
Diehl and family of Palatka. guests last week of Mr. and \ powerNEW t tt
Mrs. J, w. Ritch at Santa Fe
Lake. Blazer takes you ;into the wild, roadwant., There's nothing like the 4-
Local admittances to Brad- less places or on comfortable trips wheel drive Blazer! See us today!
ford County Hospital this week to the supermarket. Order opentopor
On
COOL BUYS( AIR CONDITIONERS include Charles: L.Robert Clark A., Eugene Hayes, \ removable hardtop model, big t
Six V8 3or
Hacker, Cornell Suter, Keystone or power, 4-speed
Heights; Mrs. Claudia manual or Turbo Hydra-matic trans
Godwin, James L. Lindsey, mission. And all the comfort and SPORTS-RECREATION
Mrs. Ida E. Dees and Richard convenience equipment you could DEPARTMENT
-1 F Pearce, Lake Butler; Mrs. t
Lydia Johns, and Robert Cason, ,
Ralford; Mrs.Bobble ean Grif-
fls. Lawtey; Mrs. Mae Combs,

Kingsley Macclenny Lake;; Waller; Mrs.Starling Norma, ( Closeout Deals '
Special
4 Melton Engelke, Hampton, Melrose; Mrs.; and Dorothy Mrs.- On All New 69 Trucks

1 Mary Akrldge, Percy SullivanJr.
., Sandra Callan, Joseph
Kaye, Mr.- Buna C. Jones, t t tt
Mrs. Willa Mae Nesters, and IfearEndCloseout
HIII FH e' Mrs. Emma Harris Starke.
Mr. and :Mrs.. Dave Paulk
and Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Paulk
of Lake City attended the New Sale
York Mets- Braves baseball t t

Monday.series In Atlanta Friday to

Among the out-of-town guests All models, all colors...

attending on the August Ivey-Hardy 2 were: wedding Mr.- all with Year-End price tags! \

Shaver and
and Mrs. Yancey
sons. Atlanta Ga.; Mrs. Char
SLADE'S"JUST (4JI les S. Thorp and children Decatur -
Ga.; Steve Ellis'! Linda!
Seymour and Mr. and Mrs. M.
H. Sheppard, Brunswick. Ga..:
A FEW LEFT"MAKE Merry Tyler and Cissy Brad.
ford. St. S'mons' : Island Ga.; CHEVROLET
William Carr. Macon: Ga.,
Steve White. Rock Mart Ga.: CHEVELLE
Gwen Lord Dudley, Ga.; Katie CAPRICE //I
Scarbrough Montrose Ga.; Mrs. ,
Jerry Robinson! Warrenton, IMPALA CAMARO
SIZE Ga.. Mrs. Fred Prater, Lincoln-
REG. PRICE
SALE PRICE
tan Ga.; Cheryl Bullard, Cochran -
144.00GE Ga.; Cathy and Suzle BELAIR CHEVY II
Carrier 6,000 BTU 169.00 Stanfield. Athens, Ga.; Lorena
Garland] Dallas: Texas; Mary
23,500 BTU 379.00 349.00 Love St. Petersburg: Laine BISCAYNE CORVETTE
Slegel. Dudley Hardy Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Wilson! and Kim WAGONS
Westinghouse 24,000 BTU 369.00 329.00 and Melanie Hogan: all of
Jacksonville; Harry Poole Mr.

: Westinghouse 18,000 BTU 288.00 and Mrs. Charles Harvey Mrs.
319.00 W. H. Bryan Jr.. Mr. and Mrs.
M. L. Tilghman. LaRue Wil:
Hams E. H. Wise III, Chase t t tt
Hardy and Melanie! Cathy,
and Lex Green: III all of Gain- Dealer"I
PRICES GOOD WHILE WE HAVE THEM LEFT esville; Mrs. Jan!! Dma: and .
daughter, and Mrs. Sue Thrasher -
Lake City: Rev. and Mrs. t t tt

: EASY TERMS -- NO DOWN PAYMENT L.Springs D.: Haines Cheryl Altamonte and Jim

Brown Godwin Jr., Avon Park; / /
Kim Lawson Branford: ; Mrs. / /
Willis Chesser and Dennis of t
Salt Springs; and Mr. and Mrs.L. t tt

SLADE GAS W. Barry, Brooker.

U. S. 301 North
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AND APPLIANCES SEASON TICKETS: FOOTBALL ON SALE t STARKE FLORIDA t tt


Season football tickets will
go on sale Monday, .
phone
332 W. Madison Contact Lois Bennett, t t
.J St. Phone 964-7701 964664:0( "Sooor Later Your favorite


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Shaw State NamedTo PostRep. New Tax New County Budget Approved By Board On Sept. 9th, Vote For And


Law Hit (Continued From (cage One) state. 'The five per cent pay county's man In charge of the preparation! of the spending bill Elect N. L. \ NEW IT'S TIME LEADERS: ran" ;:

The Commission: also granted raises took part of the rest fledgling county fire fighting ft>r the Commission.The .
Gene Shaw was recently blanket five per cent cost-of- Vice-Chairman Buck Norman effort Board tentative set, a THE DECISIONIS
re-elected to the board of dIrectors (Continued From (Page One)' Increases its employees told his fellow board members. Expenditures In the county's date of Sept. 8, their regular! OOh11IJUItill IN YOUR
living
pay ,
of the Florid: Councilon : that amounted to about The final budget session was tour main funds are: General meeting day, for a public hearing HANDS -
;
Commercial Fraud. body of the law does not men- : for the coming year. set to begin at 9:30: a.m. Monday Fund $428.997, up from $322.997in on the new budget. It Is also ".

tion Tax this Assessor at all. Long pointedout $14.000 The remaining $60,000 of the but other matters kept ; 1968-9: Road and Bridge printed in this issue of The MAKE IT ,'
the board busy. Reconveningat Fund $160.771 from $141,032In Telegraph
The is
council composed of how the bill Is "bad and total increase is distributed up MAYOR WISELYYOUR :
persons who are in businessand dangerous.*' He said a real over many items to cover increased about 2 p.m., the Commisstoners "69-9: Fine and Forefelture Tax payers will have to go
of law enfDrcement: officials. estate speculator who had a costs of various serv after noting Norman's Fund $124,672, uo from $113,446. back to( 1960 to find any appreciable CITY OF STARK
Purpose of the council Is homestead exemption for himself ices:: and materials.Figuring above statement, voted approvalon and the new Health Department tax hike by the Coun- And He Assured Of An Honest, Fair. Progressive And ":
to keep abreast of the commer- for 1969 could purchase by the CommissionJust a motion by Zedra Hamilton Budget totals 26222. ty h>mmlsslon. Then the Business-Like Administration With Dignity. ;;,
cial frauds being practiced and other residences which had 1969 before they voted unanimously seconded by Mrs. Jessie Board picked up one mill that .
to( warn citizens! of the' frauds. homestead exemptions and Monday afternoon to Chastain. "Yes. it's very realistic, but was dropped by the (School Qualified *, Impartial SincereBE '
these exemptions would remain approve the, new spending\ bill They made no changes In the It's a tight budget," Clerk Darby : Board.In .
Shaw was first elected to revised budget prepared for to 196S the big mlllaere-roll CONCERNED VOTE AVOODIJUKN
In force until 1971 ( or was that over one mill of the said in answer a question \ -
the board in 1968. He told The '72, depending on how one Interprets 1.629 mill Increase has been them by Clerk Charles Darby. asked just seconds after! back occurred when Florida "A Family Man"
Telegraph he was chosen primarily the bill). passed on the county by the It was Indicated, after a suggestion the budget was approved. counties were forced by the
because of the work he He also said that the cltizer by Commissioner Darby said the fine and fore- state to go to what Is today .
has done toward preventing who purchaed a residence which Ralph Bryan, that $3,000 of the felture budget, especially, is termed 100 per cent assessments .IN MY BOOK THE '"
frauds In t the home repaIr field. did not have a 1969 homestead Wreck Injures $10.000 budgeted for Bradford more realistic because only Bradford County was allowed NEED FOR" IS GOOD URGENTLY GOVERNMENT "IT IS UPON THESE "

Development Authority may be $30.000 is budgeted for fines to levy 6.67 mills under NEEDED AND NOW! PRINCIPLES THAT I
The 1969 Legislature! passed exemption could not have his Local WomanA used to purchase equipment for collected bv the Sheriffs De- the!! rollback, but actually budgeted AND IT IS' SIMPLY THIS:: SEEK YOUR VOTE
a Shaw-sponsored bill which 1* property considered for such an the new county volunteer fire .3 mills less at 6.378. FIRM COMMONSENSE AND SUPPORT FOR
designed to prevent some! of exemption for until 1971. $48,000 LEADERSHIP THE DIGNIFIED OF.
department If the DA approves partment, compared to
the frauds In that field Long said: too, that a build- Starke woman, Mrs. Tel- WITH
that expenditure.It last year. The sheriff should In 1968 the county picked up CALMNESS 1'1/1111/ FICE OF MAYOR OF
could burn down but the fair Long, 215 W. Washington "
ing was the Board's willing- bring in more than the $30,000 that .3 mils to the 6.67 figure.It HONESTY AND I STARKE.
property owner would have to Street, has bean hospitalized INTEGRITY AT
ness to ask the! DA for those but probably won't earn the would have been allowed to ALL LEVELS.
continue to taxes for the after automobile accident at SINCERL.Y'
pay an funds for fire department that higher figure, the clerk said. go to 10 per cent above the 6.67 :
building until the new assess- the Intersection of Walnut; Street A HIGH REGARD -
made him d<>clde to I think did figure but did not.
made two : vote for "Charles. you a FOR ;.V. L. Woodbiirn
ments were possibly and Temple Ave. Wednesday
the the new' spending bill. CommIssioner wonderful Job," Hamilton tolrl That was the final "in YOUR FELLOWMAN. -
after building buried.: .
years afternoon
all oboulFiotuo't& The Aug. Issue of the Times- Bryan said. He 1* th" the clerk In commenting on the crease" until this week.

Union quotes the Duval County :Mrs. Long was admitted to J -
Assessor as saying! "I figuredthe the Bradford( County Hospital
bill would give me more time with a broken collar bone. She THUR-FRI-SAT ONLY !
for inventory but it would only was reported in good conditionlate

compound the inequities In my Wednesday.Two SAVE AT
BYN.1NC1"S opinion." wrecks occurred. the
The Duval Assessor also said, same intersection Wednesday
FLOWERS 1 .
"As It is writtenltwouldprove afternoon The I patrolman= from
TilE "SNOW BALL"IS Inequitiable to government in the Starke Police Departmentwho
CALLED "ROSE" some cases and hurt the tax- Investigated the two( mIs-
The common snow ball bush payers in others." haps could not be reached by
that we see growing here in the The same Tlmes-Unlo n art- The,: Telegraph) before press DEPARTMENT STORES
United States: has a different; icle says that City General time.
name in the Counsel William Durden
I rest of the, believes the law may be 'unconstitutional. According to information

r world. Throughout Durden was the gathered from various persons Our regular 1
Circuit Court judge who wrjte Mrs. Long was entering Temple
j the world
the opinion that all property Avenue (US-301)) from Walnut I
i this lovely flow must be assessed at fair mar- Street when her Chevrolet car low
er is known as ket value. and a truck collided. The mId- prices A
t the "GuslSer Accordl'U to the article,burden dle of the left side of the Long
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nose. Its name believes' It t} be iitisonstl-: car was smashed in. .
.
r,' I Is derived from tutional because the law itself slashed even
,lithe Dutch pro. contains a flaw and also because No details were available on
vines of Gueld- the required; market value the second accident. A witness ..'
erland. Because thers is where could not be maintains 1 'under a reported, however, that no one lower for this ,.
this lovely flower\ originated. two to three-year period. was injured in it.

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I Garden Cops District; Beads For State i--i'-Fall FootballBegins .;.,:


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Garden Restaurant. winners ame the Sub-district: Tournament .- :
of exploded In the sixth Inn'ng'! of j1
the District! n
Amatuer Softball '
In which they went undefeated that Monday f
game for 9 base hits and
Association: Slow
Pitch and qualified for the District scored 8 runs. ..
Softball Tournament this past in that district\' tournar

weekend In Gainesville, :' now mont which was held In Gainesville In the final frame the Garden Fall grid pl'actlce111 beginat Norman Dale Johns. and Dennis I

acts their slg'ltson! the State Garden recorded five vie- came up with 5 big run In the 9 a.m. Monday for 30 var- Hall" coul.l! make the dif

Championship which will be troles against one loss. Garden very first inning and fix Inn- city grldders hcping tar spats: 0 ference. the Coach says.: :\ r .

placed in Ft. Lauderdale FlorIda" first met Glno's Pizza of San- Ings later they had 18 rurs and the 19G9! Fight Tornado squad. First year boys counted on

: ; beginning Friday night ford and rolled over the! Pl, za tbe District Championship, atrophy ; G Coach DavIe; Hurse has an- heavily are Rudolph: Pet I kins

t August 15. boys 12-3. with the aid of 12 a $100 check. and most j j j' / nounced a last minute clung Mark Milner. Len Register

hits. :Important a trip to Ft. Lauderdale to Monday after first announcing Jimmy AI'BrI.'Z.la'k: : Giau-
The State! Tournament will be ,, dons and Bucl.ly Those
and the opportunity) to : drills would bsgin: Friday. S.ipp.;
composed of six teams: 4 teams are the boys most likely to
Next In line was Starke Merchants participate In the State Tour About 14 Junior varsity play
representing their respective break into tin stalling: ; line: up .
:nament. ers will also begin wcrkltl1'
and the Garden had to
districts. a host team and the
Hurse says :
sweat a little before rallying' to the varsity. They have been
defending' champ!:>n.s. This year. defeat The Garden will play Its first personally invited to drill with Alvnicwho: h.is nvr:: : played I
their Local Merchants
due to the fact that th 1968 !game Friday night. August IS the varsity by Caach Hurse. fcatbill: before was ll'.j mast I
4-1. Garden took '
State a 1.0 lead In
Champions! also won lastyear's the first inning before the at 10:30: p.m. Their opponent Remainder of the JV squad improved player' on the squ.id

Regional Crown the 1968 will 'be the winner of the game will bein work Aug. 25, the in the spring. }Huvs sn> 3. Jimmy -
Merchants tied it 1-1 1n the six-
I State Runner:! up team will flU between Lakeland and Danla. following Monday. Those boys is cjunte. .1 I on to: fill a defensive .
th. But In the bottom of the
the
defending champs b rth.
Florida. rQ safety slot; wakened:!:
the fiel.1 hcuse to(
!sixth Garden came up with 3 should go by
by the giaduatiJii cf 1'JjS's! fine
Woody Strickland Garden rims to gain the win. pick up parent! and doctor'spermissan

ishortstop. was named most valuable Winner of the State Tourney. slips;: to play foot- secondary.
will be eligible to Mark Grnuclons Is another
player of the tourna participate i ball.
In their third of the
ment. He received a "Clock" game :In the Regional\! Tournament to According ,to Hurse he is new: piospact planning to come
tourney the Garden
trophy. one again be held in \' who out. "He could be our starting
Lead-off man! Wcody HlaleaTi FbridaAugust counting strongly on boys
had a fight on their hands be- tf tight end and b2 could be
got: on base 80 fir:! cent of the fore 22-24. The Regional "were not out fOI' football last a

time and made several sharp Optical downing 31.; Game Ormond four for Beach the Tournament will be com o'led!' Member of the winning Garden Reitaraunt slow pitch loftbaU team are (I-r): year to help make the 1969 helluva football pliyer" Coach

detersive plays. Garden sent them to the Losers of teams from Florida and.Ala. Front row: Danny Hazen bat boy; Stan Cotney Emmett Adrld(t>, Walt Ed- squad of championship caliber. Hui. comments:

bracket as Ormond Beach bama that have won the State znondson. Marcus Rhoden, Tommy Clark and Eddie Hnzen bat boy.Back "These boys along with the Defensively the: 1969 T01'l1alo:>

I Garden began the climb to fought their way back to the Championship! or Metro Teamsa row: Carl Duncan Tommy Daru. Woody Strickland Larry Mercer Jack nucllus cf the 1338 squad which line will be small and' quick to, "
suit the rw Mite: defense
the ( team representing Ralph! :
State city of llk'e
by a Includes veterans
winning the
Local finals and handed Garden an 250,000 population Hazen Jim Watts John Watson Ronnie Thomas. Tommy Malloy: Wayne: McLewl, aid But offensively! th,' Tornado
Bla.ckshear.BIl1
,League Champienrhlp.! Next 11-5 defeat. The Optical team or over) Morgan, Tommy ,

:!.!.!o.!.............................,...,....,...,...........,......,.......................,..................-.-.................., J.'.................................,.. ... M narer' Merrill Strickland. Buby Tom Marks Christy line could be huge. ave:'aging
r: ;" ; ;; : ;; ; 1J;;;;;;;;:;::;:;:;::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-:::::::::::::::::::::':::::;;;:::::::::::: ::::;:: 6 Chandler Tim Murphy Mike 'Well over 200 pounds.

;:|: Kiddie Carnival :|: Firm

: A Kiddie Carnival. and Court- OEO Charges 1 I NEWS ABOUTSERVICE Trucking Charges FiledIn -

:try Store will be held at the

:Pratt street!! playground Saturday 1 :: Stern Case

: 1 to 5 p.m. :;: MEN2nd Asks To Close
Puzzle I CUBB
There will :5e:: sack races cake \\1|1 1 t
g Charges have been placed
I walks a fith rand: a fortune .. :.:; .
'teller, popcorn:: and cookies!! for An elliptical letter from the ter which caused confusion was S S Sflsssrrn fl Starke Office against two inmates from aDoctor'.s

:the kidd'es.I '! Atlanta headquarters to the this paragraph: "We have inquired Inlet prison camp In

I Proceeds b go fnr: tr". Diy Office of Economic Opportunity specifically of how the connection with the terrorizingof

:Cars Center.!! Mathers:: cn: ive' which critizes CUBB Economic agency, for example, was fulfilling r- Appl'catlon! has been made' to to handle Starke traffic at a the W. A. Stern family In

children at carnival: \vh'J, l' op- Agency's Board has contractural obligationto the Florida! Public Utilities! Co sav'ng! to the company he their home. Aug. 4.

ping. cause some confusion here.A implement the conditons of mission In Tallahassee to close said. It would also give Starke William Ray Rodeheaver: and

phone call by The Tele- Civil Rights compliance ( a the Central Truck L'nes Commissioned one day faster service Meloy!! James Lee McFarland: still at

graph to the Atlanta office did condition of you funding). We agency In Starke.A claims since freight would not large have been charged with ChaIieYj

little to clarify some portionsof are at a loss, however to letter has been' written to have to be first funneled into
breaking entering -
grand larceny, an
the letter. CUBB officials recognize that snh is being Mrs. Loyree Lanier. presidentof Jacksonville and then dispatched with Intent to commit + n

have also indicated that they effected." : the Bradford Chamber: of to Starke. Central has di- of
grand larceny larceny an
are confused by the letter When asked about this, Ed- Commerce asking the Cham- rect runs to Gainesville! from and from n
automobile.
from Atlanta and have written mundson told The Telegraph: ber's support In Central's: effortto Atlanta Jacksonville Tampa escape
first three char
road The
asking for clarification.The "They have the obligation to close the local! office! In Orlando and :Miami. camp.
do this to strive to see that I ges listed are warrants signed
-
letter was written following \Starke which' Is operated' by Several members of the
a two-day visit to the communities work toward compliance Chamber's Aug. 6 by Deputy Sheriff Rob-
Billy Jackson Board of Governors
with offices at ert Green. The warrantwas About This Question:
escape
four-county CUBB area last of the Civil Rights Act.
said they
213 N. saw no need for
Cherry Street. action -
week by two field representatives When aked for specific examples signed by Herbert E, Ellis
by the
No stand Chamber unless
was taken by theChamber's it "Homeowner
Herby Edmundson and Edmundson said he Is deolded a prison employee. Policies (dif
to
Board of oppose closing of
Governorsat
Sunny Guider, from Atlanta. and Miss Guider noticed a fee some prc\ide only
Its the office. bulletin Is out on
A all-points
regular meeting Thursday
swimming pool In one countyin :extended cc-veraffe others
Two paragraphs of the page :
which white people wen Aug. 7, pending further "If service was good now I the, pair. Green said Wednes- include ,
only vandalism
F and a half letter are particularly : glass
confusing. The letter swimming.The explanation of the CTL request might want to oppose! it. Butit day, but no trace has been breakage, mysterious fj5.Zippearance'ill
says ( -
Telegraph Inquired again from Jackson. The letter to Is so bad now I don't care," found of them. Neither has the
/ ri.sk!
that "the board is not in compliance ctncr-
:NI rI with the Green Amend- just how CUBB fit Into the sit- Mrs. LaN'er! was, from Philip said one Chamber member. Stern's 1963 Chevrolet oar been age. Is careful companSon:

oj uation and for more specific de- M. Meloy CTL president. "It's not Just Central either recovered.The between
[ ment in It?' structure. 2nd Class Petty Officer Ver- Hcimcnwner I'olieie. -
it's all of them ."
tails.At that time the con- Meloy Indicated in his letter .
asked that .'"
Edmundson who rather
non Duck son of Mr. and Mrs. pair entered the Stern than price,
Jackson
nection was broken and the op.. written July 14, that the Starke has been either a
Miss Guider be given time to the important
T. V. Duck Jr., of Lawtey. home South Walnut Street cvnsidern-
FIRE INSURANCE salaried on
get on an extension before answering erator said that the party in area would receive freight on a or eomml s'oned tion?"
returned to Hawaii
recently 2 4. They
The Atlanta had hung up. dally bass'! by truck from CTL freight agent with offices In about p.m. Aug.
Telegraph's quest-
ISN'T ENOUGH! from a tour of duty In Vietnam waited for the Sterns to return
Ions, said that the Green When connection was reestablished Gainesville Terminal if the !Starke for 29 years. He Indicated E.
Charley
j Your home Edmundson said that !where he receUed the Vietnam, Starke he Is reluctant home tied them: up. and held
I' and belongings Amendment requires that the office Is closed. to lose the
Service Medal ,with) one bronze them until about 9
t captive p.m.
face he could answer no further Since Central office.
many hazards that board be composed of one-third Starke Is within a 25-
! questions and that he would have star and th Republic of Vietnam mile Some Chamber The pair left in the St rn's car, JOHNS AGENCY
even "fire and extended public officials, one-third private radius of Gainesville. Me Board mem-
coverage" won't cover. Buta interests' and one-third to refer The Telegraph to the Campaign Mt edal. loy 'isaid CTL would be' able to bers also felt that shipments leaving Mrs. stern. 69, and ''her

State Farm Homeowners poor people. public information office.:: He make peddle runs of Starke deliveries going to Starke might not be husband Bill 76 to free themselves 131 So. Walnut St.

Policy provides complete When pressed for specifics said he would have the public Duck Is a 1966 graduate of with Gainesville city affected too much by the Phone 964-5070

I' protection even covers Edmundson said that one countywas information office tcall The attended Bradford Santa High School Fe Junior and Col.also drivers. A call .station would change but felt that pick-ups

r you in case of lawsuits. See represented by two poor Telegraph.A also be retained In Starke. Me- on shipments going from Starke
I people and five public officials. call was received:! from the lege before entering the Coast loy might be hit
said. more hard
me today about a State Guard in January 1967. After withno When You t7se An ,\mlre''vs Charge/
"What we want to assure is public InfarmaUcn office the local office to handle them.
' Farm Homeown. Account
that all poor people in each next day. The caller stressed completing boot .training at Freight traffic via Central to Others commented that
I ers Policythatfits e have voice with the Civil Cape May. N. J., he attended!! service Your Tax Ilecord.i
nA'" county an equal on that compliance Starke fluctuates!! from as littleas from 25 miles away simply Prescription p
" your needs. it's the boar::!," he commented. Rights Acts Is a secondary goalof the Navy Technical School in 1.500 pounds per day to 15- could not eoual local service. are Kept For You -. Hy Us I

. the same good I __ I CUBB ofr.:ials have sent a OEO and that the war on Great Lakes, Ill. He was assigned 000 to 20 000 pounds: cn a peak Several truck lines deliver
; deal as our car | ,. : to the U. S. Coast Guard noW' Andrews DrugsFor
.u..c letter saying that as far as poverty Is the majar goal. day Meloy said. In most cases freight >to Starke. Jack-

insuranc. they know they are in compliance However, he said there are Cutter Wlnnebago after completing he continued CTL would use ron also delivers from
Carol'na
and asking for clari times when the two cannot be school in Great Lakes. Gainesville drivers from Its Freight and Gator Fast DeHTery Dial 0617170REWARD P1
fication. 'where he served for the past FreIght-
separ ted. present complement of men wavs.

Ii I I II .The. second aspect of the let- He further said: "It's not two years. working there and on tome The area has been without

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i :::::::::::::::$::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: !sufficient to say we are not Duck was promoted ,to Petty peak days hire an additional rail service'! for freight service

I 1f discriminating on our staff. Officer 2nd Class In June and driver. for less than carload lots for

GLASS There Is an obligation upon all was top man In his rate service The chunge would enable CTL several years.

I :; 111; Community Action Agencies to 'wide. K.3 is due for rotation
S FOR EVERY PURPOSE take the Inlatlve to I -
: : actively
I
..
:I:;j:1' Mirrors' 1111:: make certain In any there communities is no discrimination !back Pvt.to Leaton the states-U.in Morgan September HI. Council Postpones $100 FOR RETURN OF


MERRTTT- 8: FOR EVERY PURPOSE 1. in which! they work. son of Mr. and Mrs. L. ''U. Morgan ( -

1 "Obviously. there are some Jr.. cf) Route 2. Starke has MONEY BOXAND
WILLIAMS i;11: SHEA'S 'I'II things over which they (CUBB scored "expert" with ths M-14 Feasibility StudyOn

1 ;1 and its board members) have rifle in the final stage of basic
Walnut ::: no control. But where they do Fort Bragg a
11T. Street combat training at
I GLASS CO. I,
:: :
: have influence or control they N. C. He achieved the expert
PHONE 964-5391 Power PlantA
g J72-4.115 372-4151 :#:t are supposed to exercise it in a badge by hitting 60 or more cut $250 REWARD

P Ol :%:: 1113 N.W. 4th Place) :AGain :: positive way. of a possible 84 while firing on

WTMV' "- rm xm e"!Vt1'! owr/un/ ::: *>vlll. x: "I would think that wheneveryou the Army Training Center'scord re- find it needs to use revenue

mm office:BJ.OOJUWTQ/ luuiaiB ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:. :.:- :.: have board members who $5,000 feasibility study to "

I..........,.,.,.,.,.,...,.,...,......................................................................!.,.!.,.,.!.!.!.!.!.!.,.!.!.!.!.!.,.:.,.!"'!'!'!'!'!'!"'!'! '.' the firing range. determine what \size engine to certificates, the engineer! stat-
are so unconcerned about ed. It's most difficult to finance
FOR INFORMATION LKADINC; TO RU EST
purchase for the Starke Power
practices of discrimination Pfc Ozel Wilson! son of Charlie Interest
so costs can bs held
r : when they (the practices: '! ) area has been Plant in the next two years AND CONVICTION OF PERSON OR PERSON'S
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Wilson of Ralford below six per cent, he said:!,
I major factor In keeping peo- assigned to tr.e Amerlcal Division has ,b3sn postponed until Oct. and a bond issue may be .the BREAKING INTO OWEN JOIST CORP. ON JULY

pie below the poverty level. in Vietnam as 'a. canno 1 when: the City Council will only way to hold costs below 18, 1969.PLEASE.

|:::: :| then it would !Seem to disqualify neer.! have finished work on Its 1969- that lave]. He pointed a large
STARKE board 70 budget. CONTACT TilE URADFORD COUNTY
them as appropriate : Issue in Lake Worth this week

i::1 I= PHONE 964-6200 %==:= members'! of an agency whose Signalman 2nd Class Richard It Is a foregone:: conclusionof cold: for less than six per cent. SHERIFF'S DEPT. OR CALL 961-5900.

SI announced goal U to bring peo- !IP. Nichols son of Mrs. Myrtlce the city Bond Trustee and "I'll tell you one thing Mr.

"j pie above: the poverty:: level." Nichols of stark Is serving probably the' majority of the Friday. The City of Stark

|: The public information. officer aboard the destroyer USS Buchanan City Council that a new engine cannot aff-d: a bond i33U3 at

i11 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 11 said it was not OEO's 'in- on a bl- ak from com- will have t:) be purchased w.th-: this tin," Councilman Neil

!| ,tentlon to be evasive." He said :bat action off the ccast of viet:, in two years. Since! it takes'! a
I:;: PHONE 473-3176 J==1 1I Tucker!! an accountant said.
that Edmundson "was told that has completed turbine,
nam. The destroyer year for delivery of a "All you have to do to see that
!:=:%: :iWVftW::: ::::::::::::: ::::::%:::::::i:%::::::::::::::::::'::'::::::':'::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::::.::::::::.:!:;:.:.:.:;:.:;:;:;:Ji: he would consult with us before 27 continuous days of the concensus at the Council's Is look at a financial statement.If 7JetislDC9uQ

_ _ _ _ _ _ talking with you" and that it 'providing gunfire \support for August 5 meeting was to begin a bond issue Is necessary!!
I October 11 'October 19 : was the respons'biltty of the U. S. Marines and will returnto consideration:: of the forthcoming Ill ask for a referendum,"
public information office "to gunline operations after its installation now. Tucker stated.

coordinate:! all press contacts." scheduled break. However the Ccuncll unanl. City Clerk!! Merrill!! Edwardssaid

: Treat Yourself To : He saId! that he could orly mously passed a motion: by the present debt of the
speak in general terms as he
Councilman Nell Tucker!! to postpone city, Including principal: and Interest -
: was not familiar with CUBB CARD OF THANKS the study by the !engineerIng exoesis!! $2 million.! He ( )
the Time of Your Life! '
should
: and that The Telegraph! : Our recent aid loss leavesus firm of Reynolds Smith, said the city realized: $350,000

feel free to call Edmundson with grateful hearts toward and Hills of Jacksonville. According from the 13S6 bond issue and

again.To neighbors and friends. Their to Electrical Engineer interest en that amounts to

: Jt ..._. IU get back to the letter comforting:: expre3Sons: of sympathy Gordon Friday the feasibility SGS3.000. Payments on the 1964 TALLYMASTER/ ElECTRIC
r F.N.JOlU'I.Ol'S 8- & which OED sent: it closed with Mark V
I and thoughtlulness will study for the 1966 plant enlargement bend issue are new $85OC3: .er!!
.
r> \\ .L' % 'II.I.FU \ \- .u.. .. > five recommendations:
; i (''\ 110'10''''" \HI> 'I UKurxim : !,..:r--' .... I always be I'emembered.The cost the city 7300. Up- year and on the! 1966 issue are
('In 1sF: MIIHs -..-- ..' __ "The board must review .Jack C, Tomas Jr. family. dating the 1966 study will cost $45,030 the clerk said. ;

s. .s \KIMI\ :; and revise the ByLaws to about $5,000 Friday estimated.: At that. Councilman Noun $699.5Solve

I on... Jr'Jirf '. :-" comply with the Green Amendment Friday first told the Council suggested postponing: a decision ,
and then have these prop
: ties must unite through CUB the purpose of a feasibility on the feasibility study until '
THE 2nd ANNUAL JAYCEE ARIADNE CRUISE erly recorded. ,
I "An executive director anda to achieve common goals." study would be used to deter. after the new budget is pre your figuring' problems with
-- --"The board is encouraged mine if the city can afford pared. the Tallymaster Mark V. Fully I
II TO PUERTO RICO & THE VIRGIN ISLANDS. deputy should be recruited and el.clric addlhon,
to Immediately review and assess another bond issue CouncilmanP. But Councilman Gerald Wil. With < and subtraction
hired as soon as possible. totals" up to 999.999
99. Case-
I k II -- "An acting director must the needs for training of T. Nolin said. Jams then interjected: hardened ale,l construction! and<

I I Depart dlrcctl mini J.i<'ksom lilt. for the rxcitlni:! U be designated Immediatelywithin the board Itself, agency staff, Friday then said: if the city "Financing is r.ct the question sturdy cycolac eas In distinctly
Harvest
Caribbean ,ports, of San Juan I'.Ie. and( St. Thomas, ( 10 days) to provide the programs and other deemed doesn't sell bonds! It doesn't tonight. We are considering a and ondabie-has Gold, color. Lightweight'
I I I \ .1. on Saturday nftrrnnnn Oct. 11 1, return to JacksnnUlle necessary, and to request from need The ., built-in' carry n5
board with an annual report and !! a feasibility study. feasibility study to upjata the odl. Made in U S A. a 'd ,
.. ICfl1I1tLIIflt'I gua'e. -
811111" O't.9. The \rIadni- is 100',, .
I '" : III. State Office of Economic
I, t (l. unif nil calilns, have pmatc, hath Fare ]J I carry out duties as directedby the decision to J purchase a certain 1A86 study, to find out how ?labor--by"!' "<1 One, full year-pane' and

I im-ludfs 11I1 I meals entertainment dance hroid.HonicpH the board (an executive committee Opportunity or the regional office size engine Is not simple he much power we will need!! and m4f'UtSC'Jn, Victor...r sibusmessmachines.America' 'largest,
"
I "t) ('rul",' directors, and the USP ot tlu hhipas II can accomplish this.)" such training. added. What, the city can afford If we can afford it."
.votir h"lt'lhllt> in port. Sponsored an a Jluhllt'hI'nlc.t' Although the letter In
I action must betaKen says. also comes into the picture "All it'll do Is what
l\I.v .Ijcksimtlllr ..J.II \(',...... _. 'Positive the second paragrap'i: that the tell ui
I to enhance CUBB Inc., he said. Such things as we need:! and i we already: know PHONE 964-6305
of the visit to
as the official agency to pro- purpose was review the revenue projections of the "
that, Tucker stated.:
I Wrtl nill Jacksonville ... the priorities approved by
for .la.\cpf
action in the tfrtADFO
FOR INFO mote community entire utility system. growth But the enginesr!! Friday Comiligr
!
I U : 1.lIn.2Ij:1K... ; : : : : I four counties. not mentioned in any other part 'factors and expanses: are taken quickly pointed out that neitherhe

: f I The 8-fl .Ariadne. re/Cl l ,ter. l In Liberia. mr+itx International( -- "Counties must euborcflante of the letter. Into consideration Friday con- nor Tucker, or anyone else

I "Safety III"ndn"d" for new nhlps dcvolotiod. 'In 194 an up letter from 'tinued. knows whether to purchase a P4
'i.s
fire rarely MandarU J otherwise facdonlsm and dis-
"When the smoke clears away -
is 1,500 KWH engine or a 4.000 S
CUBB.
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l Says Co. Commissions Lawtcy Has Recreation Funds


But: No One To Spend ThemLawtey's & D TRACTOR SALES

r Should Proceed Under Home RuleState
Recreation: : Board:: The Council was told by Clerk
} has money but can't get anyone Ethel Reddish\ that the city has LaCrosse. Fla. Ph. Alachua 462.2628

to spend it, city Council about $900 unspent recreation OLIVER TRACTORS
Senator Bob Saunders "Counties are given authorityto
Chairman Gene Pearson observed funds fiat have been recslved
does not Intend to Introduce local pass their own ordinances, 10 DIFFERENT SIZES
at the board's Aug. 4 meet- from the county. The Council
ti bills for County Commissioners providing they are not in con- agreed to use !Some of those Sidewinder Mowers, Holland
; In, the future If the bill flict with general or soeclal ing."We
laws already on the books," need something for funds to pay a two-year-old: Transplanters Cole Planters, John
concerns something that the Co- youngsters to do. They need bill for Softball equipment;! which
.: mmisslan. could do for Itself Saunders said. This should do Blue Ezee Flow and Others.
. under the much to eliminate the evils of something! Councilman Bir- had not been piid by the former
new of Home
powers bara Jordan said. Sis: paintedcut : recreation director and
; Rule. the local bill system, whereby MAKES MODELS
REPAIRS ALL
: local laws were passed by "a oR the city owns enough( land which has Just been referred to on
Saunders made this statementin wave of the hand" witnout: any- \ around the city hall for a small the Council for: action'! by a

a talk at the Starke Ro- one knowing what was In them recreation area where mothers:: Gainesville sporting goads::: firm.
': tary Club last week In which he excopt perhaps the legislator'who '' could bring young children.

. discussed the new powers of introduced them. Pearson said the Recreation The Council! also: agreed t thata
': County Commissioners under Board has held no meeting ditch cleinin effort;! should a 1 DriveInSHOW

: Home Rule. Saunders said that County even though three new memo 'be made as soon as the ground

'__ 1>1 -. Commissions should assume bers have been appointed after dries out erough to permit
s -- their new responsibilities and the old board failed to take work. Street Chairman Robert::

! STflBKEBUSINESS take the initiative in passing Elks Official action. The three new membersare Scott said he plans: to put a PETITE BOLERO-
IS SUNDOWN
wardrobe of TIME
their own ordinances. He said Charline Knight! Charles! crew to( work: 'as soon as possi holiday
f they could do practically everything Will Visit Starling'! and Archie Kitties ble. create velveteen a fancy to wear bolero ADMISSION: Adults 75c, Students 60c

heretofore done by local Local LodgeRobert or pants. This one's Children Under 12 Free
bills, except they could not set dered in lazy daisies

: DIRECTORY. the salaries of county officials. L. Splnks, of Jacksonville & P. Coats f:UK., FRI., SAT. 1TG. 11, 1 15: ,16
floss. Buttons and
Vice President of the
. Saunders said he was so con- fashioned from
;,. AUTO SERVICE vinced that County Commis- Northeast Florida District, will TRIPLE FEATURE
be of
guest honor at the regular
: sioners should do the job that IN CpOP
meeting of Starke Elks Lodge 1 ;
he would refuse to introduceany )

Gilbert $ Brown :. local concerned bills in something the futureif the No.dinner 1802 will, Monday be served Aug.at 8 18.p.m.A e ,.... 1a 1j 1I j I IE [ [ aiil>>Ljhc
they
I SUndard OU Service Station '{ County Commission could do prior to the regular meeting.In mAr I I

V > ATLAS | for Itselr.nF.Q1'F.. zu T ,
< TIRES BATTERIES I his speech to the club Mr. ,
l'ad.et Terms Road SerrlcX < Sp nks will discuss this year's
PHONE 964-7071 program of the Florida! Elks
t 5407 N. Temple Starke T Fon nini l Association and will report on
Sealed hid priponnl will breceived the Harry-Anna Crippled:! Chil
hv the Bonn! of Countv -
("oniinlj" HURST'SSHELL County until 10:30 "'..Iock A. other related Elks services for Weekdays 7
!M. on September 8, 19<"q. for
fuinlahlnq; one now Crawler the physically! handicapped chil- Sunday 3 P. PLUS
Tiartor to be used l liv the Bradford J -
dren of Florida. Harry-Anna Is
Saturday 1
County Koail Depnrttnent.Specification
? Service Station may IIP s-i-ured owned and operated by the
from the Clerk of the ClnultCourt CHRISTOPHER LEE
Florida Elks Association: of ,
| Ltlas Lubrication
,. : Oils County Cum'tilouno. $9'W 4
Monarch. Tires & Starke, Florida which the Starke lodge Is a TIIUR., FRI., CHARLES GRAY
Bauerlei' Charles A, Darby member and financial supporter. -
ROAD Clerk to Bon rei Two AUG. 14, 15, %
301 and 100 Starke 8-14 :2t! 8-21 Complete Basic TrainingAt DOUBLE NIKE 14RR G/L'S

I Walter M. King, Exalted Ruler Women's Army Corps CenterTwo
ll ..."'1'! .' ,) : 1i,1 f
of the Starke lodge urges all u RjOP.
local members to attend this local young women recently Army policy:: providing: incentivefor -ml: f'R.

V' C; ,,:,r.l, t.p.'+ ;A Nif'i3..Y fafi Important meeting completed; basic trainingat outstanding trainees.
'l i r.. l ,'r''y"M .7'i ''j" 'IR'r, JM If'Th1 the Women's Army Corps Martha A. Guthrie (right). NR1IY jq
rb. ,yr,. Center, Fort MsClellan. Ala. daughter .of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S-r. O.f'R
IS h'M''N Ry +d y Elaine Murray (left)I. daughterof W Brock of StarkJ!, has
t&34&T.jWt; ',yf ,7 fi Ki4yrflj;; ,, :." C'1agsdh I RACEWAYRESULTS I Mrs. Bonnie:: E. Murray of also completed: basic trainingat TECHNICOLOR 0 I

Staike, was promoted to private Fort CcClellan, where she 4 O
pay grade E-2 upon completionof :: received Instruction In Army PLUS
Results! of Sunday, Aug. 10, basis: last month. The promotion history and traditions: : admin.

races at Starke Raceways(win- was awarded two months Istrative procedures: mllltary ,PAMNdt'MI PH1. RES PHESCNIS
ners are listed first) earlier than usual, under an justice, and field training ,A HONEST B RADMT2 mootcm!


w, 1st race -- ((220 yds.) Leo ................................ ......... ..... .. ............. 'frfycSidegountain
,ly 'uI Thornton, Temp, Glenda\ Thor.. ..........;.;.....::....::>: b.....:.............:......:::.....................................
nton; Austin Moody, Amigo, BROOKER of the
Jerry Blackwell.2nd ; SUN. WED. AUG. 17, 18, 19, 20

A w I (300 ::::::::.f:::::?::::::::::::::::{:::::::::::::::::::::;BY JOYCE STOKES .WiftWftSWiSWayftS::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::\\:::x::*:::::::: DOUBLE FEATURE
fyl gAG ti i I Ifir1i race -- yds.. Ken "A FRESH AND i
Davis Jimbo Reed
Babley
Ga.
STORK SHOWER dnson in Donaldson,
Pate Adro Brown Stan Dean STIMULATINGFILMI"
I ; Charles Wigginsand
(? 'i y; a4 Brown. Mrs. Mary Sue Wlllingham Mr. and Mrs. :''''
a was honored with a stork shower family of Charleston. S. C. -i gwPANAVISIOS : Quigley's -

3rd race, (250 yds) -- Eddie at the Brooker Civic Center spent week here with Mr. was
II I Starling, Pete, Kim Prescott; last Thursday night. She received and Mrs. L. W, Wiggins and TECHMCOUIH' A
I II I Adro( Brown, Poncho, Dean many lovely gifts. Host- Mr. and Mrs. John Ward in

Brown. esses for this lovely affair Gainesville. Chuck Wiggins, =; rpr;
4th race -- Palmer Williams, were :l.lrs. Lula Mae Car- remained with his grandparents : SUN. MiM1aJX
Red Man, Van Prescottj; Rod- roll, !Mrs. Carol Lee Jones, for an additional week. AUG. 17, 18,
combination? ney Griffis, Baby Doll, Rod- Mrs. Rosa Mae Jones, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Roswell Kelleyand C++RISraw-+rR \ Q
Want the ney Grtffls; Mac McConnell, Vlckey Colson, and Mrs. Ala family of Cincinnati, Ohio JONESiNTHEA1TiC

Peppy, Greg Woods Mae Raulerson. spent several days herewith his "TREATS A SOUL EVERY BROTHER"
SWIMMING: : PARTY mother, Mrs. Doris Kelley 3
5th race -- Rodney Griffis,
Mrs Emma Lou Tomlinsonand

It ,,,.. I ,.t" ., ," "I"'" .Ai, .'I"'.,_ .,h.I In ...... Rex, Rodney Griffis; Austin Class The and.Junior the Training Union Sun- son, Erick, spent a week FantasticMachSne: m
., ,,, ,,, Beginners .a
Mark
"I I 1- ITS I n '' 1 day School class of the Bro"oker parents,
I'
?
II '"II" '" l with Hershel Waldron, Apache
r' r< u.IunL ,
,,,,,,,, I" n mhum, ?, .hind, Baptist Church, enjoyeda in Opelousas, La. PLUS -
Hershel Waldron
Miss Janet Outlaw of Mel-
swimming party recently at
6th race, (300 yds) -. Adro
bourne and Laver OjtHur or IFYOU'RETHIRTYr \
the lake
home
of Mr. and Mrs.
Brown, Stan, Dean Brown Ken ...... -
; ,
Starke were visiting Tony Cast- YOU'RETHROUGHI! ( III
Earl Green Lake
on Wlnott i.
Davis, Ted Bar, David Pats len Friday night. : /J1l11 ,mtoh'/
DIAL 964.7449 7th race (300 yds) -- Van Jimmy Temple and Billy Big- $ fff jj1IfJl" :; '
j
LOANS TO $600 Prescott, Fly, Van Prescott; ham enjoyed a week at Mickey Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thorn. IECHNICOLO' UCHHISCOrt" 1''
Charley Johnson, Beeny Leo, Owens Baseball School in Mil- ton of Green cove springs,
TOWN David Pate.ADDING. ler, Mo. weN visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,A.CROW EUC BLUM,INIIRNAIIONAl in!lOMCU PICIURf BlUM HIM\ $ ;eF.rfS "

FINANCE COMPANY Rev. and MrsJames L, Tem- Paul Prescott last week. Also ffl Suucitrd'ot. ONI! PAL iuflencei H lb OK fD BEGLEY COLOR -- SuAd.aed i.r MAlu"AudenaAI ,

MACHINE ROLLS. ple and family spent two weeks visiting the Prescotts this week ::.:::::.:.:.:::*::*::::x:::::::.;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::............ .::::::::::::: ... ..
Presc- ::::::::::::*:* :::::::::::
22B N. TEMPLE: AVE. STARKE File Folders complete line of- with Mrs. Temple's parents, are Mr. and Mrs. Orle ::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::;:

fice .uppllu.The Telegraph Mr. and Mrs.Frank Lannan,Sr. ott and family of Tampa.Congratulations .

Phone 964-6105. in Nebraska. to Mr. and
Brenda, Jackie and Donna El- Mrs. 'V. B. Adams on the birth
more of Apopka spent a week
--
ot a son.
here with Casey Atkinson. Mr. and :Mrs Howard Douglas
GAINESVILLE: Debbie and Greg Douglas and and
Business DirectoryAir family enjoyed a Vacation
Laurie Temple are attendingthe in North( Carolina,Tennessee
School of Music, sponsoredby and Georgia.Mr. I
the Southern Baptist Assoe. and Mrs. Ned Hicks and
in Pensacola this week. family In North
are
Conditioning-Heating Farm and Industrial 1 MOBILE HOMES Happy birthday to Laurie Carolina. vacationing

Equipment Temple and Tony Castlen, who
Air Conditioning MUSTANG each had i birthday In August.
Heating; By Santa Fe Tractor, Sorry to hear that Harold
General Electric FORD Mobile Homes, Inc. Archer is in Alachua General: SMITH: PLUMBINGAND A .

Russ's Sheet,Metal, Inc. Farm Tractors It Implements Gainesville's Discount Mobil Hospital in Gainesville this SUPPLY CO.Ilirold ; .
week. Seems as If Harold hasa
Gainesville -2520 N E. 18th Ter. USED EQUIPMENT Home Sales Lot. J. Smith owner
leg injury that is him
giving
SALES PART SERVICE r
Tel. 376-8282 CAPELLAAUTO Contracting and repairs
r NEW MOON quite a time. Also hope that I
HHM HMHHM BH BHBHH HB GARDEN SUPPLIES BRONZEWOOD Mrs. Emma Mott will soon be Pli.mbins Fixtures -

SALES Low Monthly Payments improved and can return to her Water Heaters Pumps \

BRASINGTON Johnson & Paris, Inc. 4820 N. W. 13th 378-134 home, Tony Castlen had a ton- Irrigation Iron Filte.'s i 1'A
sllectomv Thursday at Alachua Water Softeners

CADILLAC OLDSMOBiLE SEEDSPLANTSMOTORCYCLES General Hospital In Gainesville. PHONE 96&.6023 V'V lA'i i

SALES & SERVICE Insecticides_ Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS Mrs. Toye; Rodgers spent sev- (Please make a note of
Fine Selection of Used C>raTaken YAMAHA BMW eral days In Bainbridge Ga. ,
number In
On Cadillac Trades with Mr. and Mrs.: Ellie Ileardand our your phone (

2M1 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 We Rent Fertilizer Spreadel'1l.7 _1/. e -d :\11'. and Mrs: Walter At- book)
224 N.W. 8th Ph. 378-047C v.u a

CRANE Sales"- Parts Service
MERCURY MATERNITY WEAR 615 W. University 378.2811 AV
LINCOLN -
Authorized Sales it Service FOR MOTHERS-TO-BE
i MUSICBALDWIN #
2201 N. Main Ph 372-437S A FULL LINE OF O P # VV

Crane Imports Lingerie Dresses Slacks

Volvo MG Triumph. Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits BE A DO-IT-YOURSELF EXTERMINATORKontrolABug *: iI

606 E. University EXPECTANTLYYOURS PIANOS-des ORGANS I iY nllrw.I .
Phone 372-4251 CHOKI Of THI ARTISTS'

Barkley Motors, Inc.TOYOTA INC. ..ap MUSICco !i

7W W. University OpP. S.?.IC. Kills all!' Crawling Insects
Treat Entire Home In
O'vllle Shopping\ Ctr. 37Z-5353 Effective for your
CONTRACTOR i
Mechanical J
4 wheel drive I and can MONTHS MINUTES
Sales Parts Service MOVERSClean _
Clean Used Toyotas K. E. Hyde Ent. Inc. 1
Distance
I
1700 N. Main 376.1268 oy D'

Thompson', Refrigeration Storage Packing GUARANTEED DIXIE CHEMICAL Surely there's a better
way.
Service Crating ShippingFree
Beauty Academy NO MESS PO 80X 3181JACKSONVILLE
Estimates Call a
Healing Air Conditioning NO STAIN
POWELL'S Repairs on White Appliances HILL'S B RoaloA 32:07
Industrial Combustion Service

Beauty Academy R Boiler Room Sales A Service Van Service, Inc Starke The better
3038 N. Waldo Rd.. Gainesville Lawtey way
Learn a Profession In Your 3540 N.E. Waldo !y, O'vlllc Starke Builders Supply
Telephone 3722182MEN'S .
Spare Time. Full or Part Time 313-C271 Starling's J. W. Waters Store
219 NW. 10th. 378.2766 One of the better things about Ask
FRM: Feed Store Tompkins Grocery your appliance dealer
WEAR PAINT GLASSLIDDELL doing dishes the automatic elec- about an electric waste disposer.
ELECTRIC MOTORS Edwards GroceryBrooker Lake Butler tric way is that you save as much L I too. It will free you from another
STAG 'N DRAG PAINT & as an hour and a half a day. Time chore by putting an end to messy
ELECTRIC Spires I.G.A. Store" you can put to good use with garbage handling.
> Griffin Salts GLASS CO. Green's Store your family. Or shopping. Or entertaining When it comes to saving you

Motor Repair Co. Arrow Shirts Flonhelm Shoe Glass Mirrors Sliding Door Providence-Crawford's LuluN'ewsom's your guests. u : work and time there's no match

Of Gainesville Inc.Repairing Formal Reatala. Tub Enclosures Shower Doors Meanwhile your electric dish. for flameless electric. ,..
Grocery & Hardware Grocery washer sparkle-cleans and sani
RewindingNew Ladles Sportswear Furniture" Tope Windows Eleven rat reductions
ad Used 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY Awning. Dealer & Distributorship Inquiries tizes everything thoroughly for ..::.'J.J'" since 19571 The average price
Invited health
ISM N. W. 11th Ph. 374318 and GAINESVILLE MALL 118 N.W. 16th St. J7M1' ; family protection. And ,, .( l paid per kilowatt hour by FPL-
keeps your hands out of hot water !::!:::, ""' served families"' today is one-third
PAGE fi TELEGRAPH AUG. 14, 1969 so they stay soft and lovely. .h """ ,_" less than it was in 1957.Saund1ers .





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Srtrrtrsrflg I
New ChangesIn NOTICE' listed below appear to be the of tho linnet-signed. as Executorof
In The Clrrnlt Court owners of unclaimed personal sold cat ntc. tai and their t'ompluinlH I it* pertain '
For Tax .
Notice Application :
ror,1 \ J""I. T.ix .
LAWTEY\ DeliveryOf Ellfhth; Jmllrlnl' Clrrnlt of 11'1.' or IninnKtble property presumed "'I.oItIlIN.TION.I.. BANK OF1JACKSONVI Deed to Hit1 .'H'", amiH'iit loot robs Obx.Ti' I purpose.
In and for llrnilfora CountyClrli ubumlonvd. 8-UI50-UOU3 Quail .. atlon if the real : Tommy
UK. Jox"<'lItor of II.. ini.in. F. !r.Notice ( propertyltii- ,," Cleric.
Parcel PostDue ActionCARW Rutty Uenei-ul Delivery Slurltj' the Kstate: of Emil Meyer a-k-a. Is Hereby Given, that:' In the town llmltH. And the mil- n
4-7 SHra
By !; No. 591 Florida. Information concerning Emil Meier Deceased.By Mrs. June bolding the holder of Inge rate tii l I.r affixed I hereto it
Knsa
Blanehard BETTY ANN UAND3 the amount or dexirlptlon of the Fred J. Thompson, Jr. the following certificates has
.., ,. to the recent motorization Plaintiff Property and the name and ddntttH Trust Oflccr tiled said certificates for n. tnx i l -
... -\- lie obtained ----
of the holder may First Published on: Augr. 7, deed to be Issued, thereon. The
of aU city mall routes, WfLLIAM P. BANDS by any persons posseNslnff, 1869.. certificate numbers and years ofiKHuance
T. C. Hazen. Jr. Defendant an Interest InI'" property byaddreHHlng 8-7 4t 8.28 the description of the
CHURCH Postmaster NOTICE OF SUIT Fred O. I RudH Gas Water
ACTIVITIES an Inquiry Lo property and the names In Heaters
I
changes in TO Wllllnm P. Rnnclir. 983
Grace United Methodist- has announced some Trolley: Way Playa Dot Rev. Dlcklnmn.Administrator Jr. State Comptrolleras Abandoned which, It wan assessed are n..a
day School 9:45 parcel post delivery. Callrornln, YOU ARH' HERKUYNOTIP1KD Properly Division, Capitol. TalilahaHsee. NOTICE OP elil:HIFF'9 H.\1..1p follows:
: a.m. Certificate No 41. Year of Itcuiince -
Services 11 Worship Those patrons who have 'that an action for Florida, lie sure to Notice In :hereby given that I, 1067.Dp"rrlptlnn( d heats water 3 times faster!
a.m. and 8 ka
p.m., delivery will-receive their DIVORCE! hall been filed agaInst mention, account number name D. Reddish ns Sheriff ofUradford of Property SE'l!
!home
Choir practice Wednesday 7:30 you and you are requiredto and address, as published I In tills County "Florida under SKC28S22R..
: Of NK"i.
with other mail. of written and by virtue of Writ of Oixoautlon -
parcels along serve a copy your ,
p.m. followed by MYF. Va- office boxes d..f nm>... If any to It. on theplaintltCs owner-hip l to-wit: Name In which asuensed Pearl Rivers Of Hot Water
cation Bible School Those who have post attorney whose name Execution: Utmcit. out of Small Rrvhlnxnn. At
began on by October 21, lUO'J! the property All >f said property being In
i
Monday and will close may have their parcels! come dad address Is will be delivered to the Administrator. Claims Court of Ilradford, {"('on. the County of Uradford Stale of
Friday Honorable Oeorit* II. Pierce ty. Florida pursuant to a "'lnn.1.IudH"ement
their home address Thereafter all further LOW
to Florida. LOW
addressed COST
evening.
P. O. Drawer 1030 claims must I be directed to for Town Finance certificate ,
Unless ueh or certificates
First Baptist: Sunday School if they desire delivery. Starke Florida. the Adminletrator. Company of Starke of Stnrke shall be redeemed according -
and file the original with the FRED, ; 0 DICKINSON: JR. Florida, and against Emma drover ..
9:45 a.m. Hazen said that those patrons I. low the property described f
Worship of
Services clerk of the above ntylert court defendant In the amount
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., Train- business;: and residential alike on or before AuKiiat 18. 1069..: Aa Administrator 2t 8-14 1689.28( togetherlth the cost certificates In will such be certificate sold to the or r T Pay For It From Your
Ing Union 6:30 Midweek who are post office box holders otherwise a JuclKeincnt may relief b of collection highest Udder at the courthouse r i '4
p.m. entered against you for the Have seized and have In my
Services Wednesday 7:30 p.m. but wish delivery of all parcelsto demanded. In the complaint or In Wrnilforil The County C"unU'Jmllte'n"'I..rloln..n : Court. pocst-sdlon personal the following to-wit described In month door of on October the first, 1961'!:Mondnv, which Utility SavingsPURCHASED
Church of God Sunday School their residence or business petition.WITNESS property : Is the 8th day of October 19U9.
: !' my hand and the Prebute 1965: Plymouth Sport Fury, :3 I
10 a.m., Worship, 11 a.m. and address may file an order at Ilea! of aald Court on July 18.CharlPB In lte: Estate of ElIILlEY.: Door Hardtop Sedan, White In Hated thla 80th day of July FOR
7:30 YFE and all parcels, 1969 EK. a-k-a 13MIL. M1: 1Elt, lie- color 1969-1970 Florida Taw No. 1909.SEAL
p.m., has been chan- the post office A. Darby ceo BC". 45W.4651'181 No. J*1436170119
ged to Thursday 7:30 p.m. Instead regardless of how addressed A. Clerk of mild Court FINAL NOTICE Title No 6320676 Charles: A. Darby $2.00 Per Monthon
of Wednesday. delivered at the street By: Beuloh M. Moody Notice IK hereby given that As the l property of the above Benin M. Mondv, D. C.
will be A. Deputy Clerk tho undersigned on the 30th day named defendant. and that on Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
Highland Baptist: Sunday address. 7-24 U 8-H of July, A, I>. 1969. filed a final Monday, the Slh day of September County, Florida Economical Slade Gas
School 9:45 a.m., Worship, 11 __ accounting of Its admlnlHtratl.nath 1909 at twelve o'clock Noon 8.U tt 0.4
ft estate of Emll the of -
on mild day on premises
a.m., and 7:30: p.m., Choir practice NOTICE OP YIMR9 OF Emil Meter, .. ,J.er'o.i the Kradfoid County Jail, I will CALL NOW
6:30: p.m. Prayer meet- Safely Rules PIH>O\* \I'P"\ltI i pio ,notice l is. further given that offer for sale and sell to I the ]OTIC: of TtXNotice
Bid O"'\":II''" OK Ail.l.NUO.MJUuo after publication of this notice, blithest bidder for melt In KillMTIO\
Ing Wednesday 7:30 p.m. For Proper Use .- 'Liri.y once each week for tour consecutive the above described han.ll of hearing nf the Board' SLADE, GAS 332 w-EMADISONPINE
Pursuant to Section,; 13 of weeks, application will bemade entry defendant to satisfy; the Equalization of the Town of
the Honorable County Urooker" Lliadford" (County Florida 964-7701
Chapter 717 Florida !Statutes, to aforesaid Rxecutlon.
Of ElectricityEven
ANDREWSNORMAN entitled "Florida. i0puultton of Judge of Bradford. County. Florida P. P. Reddish. !Sheriff will be held In the; Town
Unclaimed l'rolerLyct.," notice for approval of sold. af- Bradford County, Floridar Hall Community Center nt
.
la hereby given Unit the persons counting and for final discharge 8-7 4t 8-23 Hrooker, Aug. II, 1969 at 8 b'
clock. To hear any and all Cltl-
Mrs. Mary Lou Norman and though you may know -
R. J. ( Jack) Andrews were united nothing more about electricitythan -

in marriage at 8:30 p.m. that It's capable of pro- I
Monday, Aug. 4 at Grace Un-
ducing light and heat It's wellto
ited Methodist Church. Rev. know and follow some, com- \ : I I I I I
Don Denton performed the cere- mon-sense rules in using elec- : + -
mony in the presence'; of a few tricity safely. h
friends. Following the wedding,
members of the family joined
them at a reception at the Begin your safety campaignby 1VJ a E

Andrews home. Inspecting all your electrical c-.t ore: D/scoUNl SrOREs
outlets says Agricultural
Engineer Kay Pettis, Florida al. C LOWER BETTER
PERSONALSTammie Agricultural Extension Service. + '' i r t PRICES QUALITY

The Insulation of appliance v e ,y MOB!
Wilkins of Palatka
is visiting he uncle and aunt, cords becomes frayed with use,

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. (Bill) and the plug may become defected M
or broken. Replace frayed DISCOUNT cross
Anders, and Bill and Scott.
or broken cords.A 1
Mr. and :Mrs. William Harley
and son of Virginia Beach, Va. plug designed for easy MEN'S OR BIG BOYS'
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A.D. grasping is safer than one that

Dobbs. requires disconnect a it.pull on the cord to OXFORDS jIi'i' BOYS'CORDUROY BOYS' ALADDIN LUNCH KIT HI-INTEI LAMPS

Distinctive: Italian si=ee
Miss Elizabeth Terry was styling In fine 6/ ORLON WITH BOTTLE Glare free light
visiting Mrs. C. E. Stricklandin When you buy appliances, ) to/ \ eleminate
look for the Underwriters Lab- quality vinyl 12 / PANTS Assorted 1Helps
Gainesville
from Monday to Black +v' ,
Friday last week. oratories label. It'syourguarantee / / SOCKS n! 4r Y attractive less than

Mr. and Mwi't; ny* \ ,.J'i that the product conforms! only >r: + 100% cotton: corduroy: Famous maker ItJ designs .JI'" 3 sq. in. of space:

of Palatka were Sunday visitors with reasonable standards. 9 Ivv.stxled in popular Soft luxurious orlon in a .' \ reflector

of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders. raA. colors: ; lizes 6/14 in assorted varietyof p.Swivel

Neva and Sandra returned. with Another problem that con- YOU SAVE 33* Sizes 6/8'/j.' colors:4'9/11 I colors
them after spending 'the week cerns safety experts is the '/> pt. bottle \ YOU SAVE ::2.00o
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with their grandparents. overloading of home circuits.If \

I Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox of the total load on an ordin-
/ YOU SAVE 671
Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Din- ary household circuit with no.

kins and David of St. Augustine 14 wire exceeds 1,500 watts, You :''
were visiting Mr. and the circuit is overloaded. SAVE 450 44 0" '

Mrs. P. L. Dinkins last Fri. t,. 3r9
Pettis warns against replacing -
day. They have been
vacationing -
the size fuses with

Mrs. on Onle Santa Thornton Fe Lake.of Au- fuses capable proper of carrying a GILLETTE ADJUSTABLE EAGLE TRANSISTOR RADIOS

burndale visited her brother larger load. This practice is __ t 1.17 i Es .I
likely to lead to a fire or ser- BAND RAZOR 10'S Transistor
In law and sister, Mr. and r EE : 2 Diodes I comprising
Mrs. Pierce Crews on Tuesday ious damage to the wiring. g ,. a Azov \ -11.. !yl l the strongest miniature radio circut: :

of last week. Other Tues- j e a- WITH FREE RAZOR PRIC'I l f"1 -.c_ available; static free

day visitors were Mrs. Billie Joiner of Jacksonville are f ;,1 /
,lzil.1 YOU SAVE 921<<
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spending a few days with their l #
Springer and daughter Donna of Al _
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Auburndale, and :Mrs. Waldo uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. 1 ED4Ei GLEEM TOOTH PASTE ,0' _. _
Jay Boyett. {O I
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have returned from a visit with Mrs. L. S. Tanner, Oral Tan- i -ae _
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family in WestmorelandState accompanied Miss Priscilla 1 1 .r_ HIBACHI

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Sunday visitors of the Kellys Mr. and Mrs. George L. Shu- lJ

were Drayton Colley of Wash- ford spent from Saturday to LIST : ; ;

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ispie of Fort Meade, and Carr visited his brothers, Jake and w
Colley of Starke. daughters in Appomattox, and 'i
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Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Clary Mrs. Lois Carter accompaniedthem r hj / ELECTRIC

and :Mr.[ and Mrs. TecH Dver and they went to Cherry y 1 ( WHILE

and daughters of Jacksonvillewere Point, N. C. to get Charles For room or FANS THEY LAST

visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. Carter, who has finished his I window
E. Reddish during the week. training and Is discharged! from iI 12 I 'll g 5 element

:;. Cindy and George Fagan are the service.We e blade
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,.; brother-in-law and sister, Rev. are pleased to see Mr. MEN'S FLIGHT BOOTS : ; C motor
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editorial.

Indefinite Boundary Between Alachua And Bradford I



.h.

I'' Causes Confusion In Setting Bulkhead Lines :



Who has the responsibility of board.At boundary 'between Bradtord and: ":,

setting: bulkhead 1'nes along the --'n the meeting here Monday Aiachui: Counties also poses ",
A Useful Tool east shore of Santa Fe Lake --d':'I. 2J : \\-.I the Commission's attorney some other interesting problem .'

-Bradford County whose ., Judge T. A. Yawn. advised *. For ii> tance: :.
boundary is described as "tal- ; .?;1s1 Ownbey that he should! ask the BracUoid d County has: been

The County Commission is takingits know the content of all local bills that lowing the northeast shore" of ; LiUiv Sani., F,.1\ '!. !fkC ,I..,. HP Board to establish the llnfr. including! docks bath hmi introduced the Senator said. So the lake : If the request is denied. Own- and boat t houses in its assess-! -,
first steps toward utIlizing new are -Or Alachua County, whose L k. IIIi" .= bey could take the matter: to ment of property in the Indian;
powers granted it under Home Rule by they are often passed by only a wave boundary is described as "fol- Th <<.or- 8' ..*"'" ...-... appropriate state or federal Beach section of Santa: Fe. If

having ordinances prepared which will of approval from the legislator of the lowing: the east margin" of the 4,,o.o"\-' '>s.\'..:tc". ", ..-=" 'yo.yo., courts. Yawn said.Whol'ver these structures are, actually:
affected with no one else having lake? / '. H"G.'. the AlachuA County
create a Bradford (County Volunteer county o.N.", assumes the responsibility across
Fire Department.This any idea of what the bill provides, This Is the moot question San/a Fe 1'._.. _." -_ of setting bulkhead boundary should they be as-'
good or bad. that mUEt be settled before Ott \: lines. there Is a matter:: of wi- ses'ed by Brndfoid or Alachin?

is just one of the many areas Corporation can proceed with Lake :' slderable expense involved. M. But what light would Alachm! :
1
in which the county can move to get How much better, it seem to us, is its dredg-e-and-fiH operation at 'i G. McMillan, a Stalk purveyor County have: to assess them if

jobs done that heretofore had to waitas the Home Rule method, whereby Coun- Seminole Ridge Subdivision In has said it would "break" the they are built state-owned
Commissioners will originate the or- the southeast tip of Bradford : county" if It attempted to set lake bottom?
ty
long as two years from one legis- County. 121 bulkhead lines on every lake .Suppose\ a fight occurred ona
lative session to the next.It dinances, which will not be passed until W
.
Although the terms used are within its boundaries. In the dock extending across the
they have been advertised, and then slightly different. the probable Seminole Ridge case. however Alachua County line and some
might also be of some comfort to discussed at a public hearing. In this intent of those who set the \ PUTNAM Ownbey has said that Ott would one was lured or killed. .

those who are pestered with packs of way, there should be no "sleeper legis- lines was to extend Bradford .' pay any expense incurred. who would have jurisdiction-

sometimes vicious stray dogs, to know lation," which was possible' under the County' boundary to the VILNOSE Aside from the bulkhead!! con- Bradford County Alachua: CO'J.\-

that the county is also having its at- local bill procedures of the legislature.The water's edge on the land side, troversv the "lake margin"Letters ty or the State of Florida? .

torney prepare ordinance in this area, ordinances (or laws) will be passed and Alachua County's boundary

so there can be some control over what by the County Commissioners of the to the water's edge on the lake shore thus making Santa. Fea Ott Corporation apparently has .

is now a "no man's land" lying outside county concerned, and not by legislators side.This would all be very well 11 state-owned no-man's-land lying nowhere to go for the establishment

the county's four municipalities.We from far flung parts of Florida, the lake level remained stationary between the two counties.In of bulkhead lines.
totally unfamiliar with Bradford Coun- -but it doesn't. The water view of these complications H. L. Ownbey, president: of to U.S MAIL
agree with Senator Bob Saun- level rises and falls in time of there seems little hope for Ott (Ownbey Roy Tyre and
and its needs.
ders, who introduced the Home Rule ty drought and flood and if the an early solution to the problemof Paul Tyre) has verbally:! requestted -

legislation, that County Commissions Senator Saunders is so enthusiastic water's edge is accepted as the who will designate bulkhead the Bradford County com

tftrp.ughout the state should assume over the benefits of Home Rule that boundary line land that is in lines on the east shore of Santa mission to set the bulkhead the Editor r. ) I
tljiejr.newfound Bradford County today mightbe Fe so that Ott Subdivision will line assuming that this county
responsibilities as ord- he has declared he will not introduceany
In Alachua County tomorrowor know where and how much It would be responsible.
iJfm) e-making bodies, and we welcome local bill in the future if it con-
vice versa. can dredge and fill In its development When he renewed his requestat ... .
tb indications that Bradford's Commission cerns something that a County Commission To further complicate the project. Their opera Monday's Commission! meetIng -

is moving in this direction.. can do for itself. If the Sena- matter, the State claims title to tions were halted several however, he was told thatan Aug. 8, 1969 aged to keep Stark dry in pite
tors and Representatives of all Florida the bottom of all navigable mcnths ago; at the "request" of official of the IIF had ruled Dear, Mr. Matthews: of frumenti: North South:: East,
The passage of ordnances on, 'the meandered lakes and streams in Internal Improvement Fund representatives that Bradford did not have jurisdiction I was disgusted! to note in the and West of us. But Sta'ke: will
home front should go a long way Coward counties would follow this policy, the Florida, up to the high water' who claimed that in this case s'nce the August 6 Gainesville Sun, and certainly be wet in one senseas ; .

eliminating the "local bill evil," log jam of local bills in Tallahassee mark. and this claim has been Ott was covering up "litoral" margin! of the lake was design. the August 7 Bradford County there are, no cattle rest-

which Senator Saunders, in a recent would be largely eliminated and our leg- upheld by the courts in numerous land (the zone between high ated as the boundary: of Aiachua Telegraph that the City Council rooms. regardless; of the routeor

talk to a civic club here described islators would be able to spend more! cases. Consequently although and low water marks.) County at this point.If had voted in favor cf a slaughter mode of transportation.
as time on matters of statewide impor- Alachua County's bound- Ott was asked to stop Its operations Bradford County is out as house within the city These are grim fairy tails -
a farce. It is impossible for the mem- tance. ary follows the water's edge on until bulkhead lines the bulkhead-setter then Ott limits. And::) I would like to publicly not Grimm If the Council

bership of the House or the Senate to : the east side of Santa Fe, Ala- could be established along its has the alternative of requestIng protest this action. Doesn't expects, anyone to buy this bill

chua actually has no claim to water front. A law was passedby Alachua County to do the Bradford County and Stal.ke.11ave of goods: "no nuisance: and a

the lake bottom in that area. In the last Legislature making job or perhaps appealing to the enugh chicken manure net gain for Starke." .
other words. if the lake level bulkhead legislation (previous. IIF. itself. and fly problems now, w.tlioat Let us not blandly)] talk zoning -
I The Bitter And The SweetLast dropped and the water's edge ly applicable! only to salt water Alachua's Jurisdiction 1 in the adding insult: ts: injury by pro In one breath and then plan '

receded, any newly created properties) apply likewise to matter would seem clouded!! by posing this liability! for:: Starke? a filthy .set-up like this any-.
!beach area would be claimedby fresh! water lakes and streams.It the fact that although its As or3 faint cry in the wild- where in the city limits.

the State of Florida, not Is permissable for the owner boundary skirts the edge of the erness. I am advising Mr. Dave Will any CouncIl::!! member o.k.
year Starke and Bradford Coun- well as that of the carrier. We would Alachua] County. to fill in his property up to the lake, it doe not actually own Magarelll.! of the Jersey Veal this plant near his own home?

ty lost the services of their last two urge the Commission to hold a public Santa Fe Lake actually Is bulkhead line but not beyond. the lake bottom and might Co., that as far as I personally Well]) then, why blight even one

passenger trains. That does not seem hearing on the matter in Starke to state.owned property lying within Therefore, until a bulkhead line possibly be setting a bulkhead am concerned, he and his company neighborhood' : : let'", along .an entire -

too big a thing in itself, especially since allow citizens here to have their say. the boundary of Alachua Is established. Ott Corporation line on state property. are "persna non grata"in area I

one can still travel a few miles to County. It would have simplified may or may not be in violationof Although the IIF might makean Starke, and I hope this will If necessary, I hope we can
We cannot see how service already matters somewhat if the this law. exception in this! case, its start a groundswell to kill the set up a legal" picket line, durIng -
:Waldo and board a passenger train. termed less than satisfactory by local eastern boundary of Alachua But in the complex Santa Fe policy thus far has been to have ,whole idea, at least as far 'as and after construction, and
businessmen had been set at the west shoreof Lake situation where two coun counties set bulkhead lines sub concerned.I is in
But now comes an application to the could be made better by the City is then also after the plant
Santa Fe instead of the east ties and the State are Involved ject to approval by the IIP
Central's vividly rememtcr, an exper- commission
As
Florida Public Utilities Commissionfrom proposal. long as the company -
lence in a aurSuro cf Boston, William H. Summers
Central Truck Lines to close its holds a franchise to serve the
Mass. (Brighton), where an New Englanaer Motel
Starke agency. Our city and county public with its particular utility and abbatoir was OK'd and mariV

Central proposes, would then be servedon can operate at a reasonable profit, we FarmersTobacco Diaryplate have lived to regret ths; decIs-

"peddle runs" from Gainesville on a do not see why part of that public ion ever since. The stench from

daily basis.It should b.e denied necessary service. farmers are really urine feces, etc. is unbearable: Hints Given

cashing in this year, as prices of crab fingers and our,, and property all around plunged For Speeding UpSocial'
is one more case where the little ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,:;:.:,:,:,:,:,:,:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: rose above 80 cents a poundon guest settled for a plate of in value. Rather than wait

people would be losing local personalized l\r\ \\\\ many days at the auction broiled flounder. After being to enforce the local laws. why
service. We resent that possibility market, and on one day at High stuffed with a superlative sea .net nip this nuisance in the
Springs, the average price paid food dinner wandered bud before It starts? And: 11
we
for 29 there has
because
perhaps years 1\\\\ The Forty Fetish I\\ was 78 1/2 cents a pound. With around the island, wonderinghow it ever oyers;: I will reserve Some helpful hints on how to
been Central in Starke and
a agency leaf selling at that price, farm- long it will be befora the the right to check the operation that first social
*'e've gotten used to its benefits.. ;: | ers better watch out while haul jet-age takes over and the old and probably call in Ralph Na- ity speed check up were issued today secur-by
ili ing the stuff to market, as some Cedar Key that knew will be .
: Why are so many corporations so re- i11 jjjj we dor.I Bill Fisher, field representative
Right now two menare kept
busy rascal may try to hi-jack the lost like the old Fernandina- plan to petition all property of the Social Security Off-
delivering and picking up local freight. iil: luctant to employ men and women ijjj 1 1 1i load and take it to Cuba.We're By Sam McGarveyfor Cedar Key railroad. owners nearby, even as far a- ice.

Under Central's proposal requests for ::|i over 40? Why this fetish of hiring | * way as the Madison Street Bap-
pick ups of freight would have to be still in the Dog Days, Women (now a part of Rutgers -' During our dlnneratthe Cedar test Church: land am hopingthe "First of all, file your claim
,
made to Gainesville long distance. jij younger men? George Washington |11if j jjij and getting a rain a day at Univ.), and over the week- Key restaurant, a boisterous Chamber of Commerce will! about two or three months be

[ was 57 when he became our first various places, and the pear end we took her to St. Aug- group of UF young men and join in the protest. I also planto fore you retire or become 65.
:if there was trouble confusion is at hand. We haven't
season
any ustine on Saturday and Cedar women students practically took record
it would have to be straightened out jij:L; President. Napoleon was the same age ::jj:: any idea of how big the pear Key on Sunday. Going to St. over the restaurant. They spokean contact W. McMillan.Afjutant General Bring have with of you the age.oldest This may

through Gainesville long distance, :::jj:: when he became Emperor of France. iijij :: crop is this year, or for that Augustine we took that same alien language (we were not Henry Ths baloney is being siloed\ you be a Bible your record, Insurance
Now around :::: Abraham Lincoln and Robert E. Lee :: matter, the persimmon yield old bumpy road (SR 16) between eavesdropping, but their voices baptismal docu
you can go to Cherry : jij: either. It" is very difficult to Green Cove Springs and dominated the room) and we very thin, if the: Council hopesto policy", or

Street and look someone in the eye' |: both were over 50 when the Civil War ji 1?. work away from a place and keep St. Augustine, but on the way wondered how It can be possiblefor sell the idea. Yea had better ment, Fisher said.

someone you know and can expect tobe |!1j Darwin 50 when he 11 jij everything up, and after Sam home, Sam gambled and took the people of the same countryto believe it will tc a nuisancemore -
began. was past : "You will be asked to estimate
sympathetic to your particular pro gets through banging away at a road from the access road to get so far apart in their so in the South:: than in
blem and willing to help. i-S::1. gave the world his theory of evolution. ::1 jij: hot typewriter, he has no pep 1-95 to Picolata and has smooth thinking. We acknowledge free- the North where there are six "your earnings for this

; !1i j 1 left for checking up on the few riding all the way to SR13 ly that yojng people have the cold months t tj: tamper the :sIt- also year,be he asked added,to"and furnish you may evi

The local office can meet schedulesof fruit trees we have.. and thence north to Sr-16 at right of expression but we do uation. It would:: put tie: kiss ol for last
dence of earnings
i1i Milton when he :: your
ijjj was 60 wrote Paraijij Green Cove.
local shippers at their convenience. question whether that right death on all nearby propeity.One bring W-2 form
If have to take year, so your
ijij dise Lost. Defoe 60 when he you someoneto Ce should be sorely abused withIntemperate local man apparently Is
With one trip per day delivery from :: was past jjijj the Jax airport, or pick Incidentally, while at St. Aug- comments by and copy of your tax return if
young to five "
headed for six months
Gainesville local shippers would be [|:j produced Robinson Crusoe. Winston ijij someone up, don't worry about ustine we had some fried people who have made little or in Raiford for receiving vou were self employed.

forced to bow to the schedule of the |:::: Churchill became England's Prime :|::ij ijjij finding the new location. We shrimp at a place which mod- no contribution to the solutionof years stolen goods, and now several) '
took 301 to ,
Baldwin then 1-10 Other documents such as
the
estly proclaims itself as problems which beset the rest
truck on deliveries and pick ups :1 Minister at 65, and Disraeli assumed 111 jjijijij : to Jax and swung north on 1-95 best place in the world for of us. persons want to sell Starke down marriage certificate and birth

; \Ve can understand a freight cornpany's : that position for the second time at 11 ijij i and the airport is well postedon shrimp, and so far as Sam is 55 the river diminish-g by stealing!::: attractiveness some ofStarke's certificates are required for
that highway (it is several
concerned that boast Is Anyhow the widows and children.
reluctantly stone crabs were
desire to take on only full truck |:; 70. Gandhi became "the architect of if miles beyond the old one). awarded acclaim. But delicious, and so were the crab under this:,; guise of a Big

loads, thereby making fewer pick ups jij::1: India's freedom"when he was 78. :ijijjij : Parking is no problem, providing he still feels that the sauce they fingers, so If you want to havea Deall "Last but not least, be sure
and deliveries, less paper work, and ii you have a pocketfulof serve with the shrimp is heavyon delicious dinner, go down to This! is a call to verbal arms to bring you social security
Benjamin Franklin was putting the ijijjij ;1 for those Alton Rad, Batler, number when to file "
more money. quarters, and keep an eagle the catsup. Vedar Key and maybe you'll) be on you come ,
!1i: finishing touches on our freedom :[jijjij 11 eye on the elapsed time. 555 lucky and not be seated by a Edwards and:! many 'other Fisher said.

But if the trend Central suggestswere :: when he was in his 80's. :ijjjij ::: * On Sunday we meandered downto table of college students who streets. Why give the new armory -
to continue people in the little Our guest was a college Cedar Key on the Gulf where think they have all the answersto and civil Defense quartersa Even though all the neces-
towns will be left without carrier or I I friend of Alice's when she Sam stuffed himself with stone problems that have beset kick in: the rear end, even! sary documents' are not readily
New Jersey College: 'I' crabs, Alice worked out on a -mankind for hardly ) available, Fisher advised folksnot
passenger service. We submit that the i 1 These men, and countless others i1 jijij ji-;1 attended many years. before they are organ-
to delay filing a claim if
feed? .. ... _.
little people deserve service and, further 11 like them, did not reach their prime j r| Some local opportunists many- can De enDUed- to -benefits.

that somebody has to provide it. | until after they were 40. Why should | I. ) I .:" r newal of the bathroom basics.
'
it's wo.a.'s .
a To prepare the surfaces before .. '"
It also seems reasonable to that |i=1 the situation be different less jjjjj -.
us among painting be sure to scrub I \... .....::. ---- :;;-0-
when a carrier is granted a franchisefor |m j conspicuous men? jjjj J.! & rinse, and dry thoroughly. .. .4 ...

an area by the Public Utilities Commission %::: The Little Gazette :8::: Starting! with a clean surface Is .- .=---..--- 'i
to
that carrier should be obligated ::; gi&SW:1 essential a satisfactory job. .

to haul the little load as well as the i :::::::: ::::::::*::::*::::*:::?:::::::::::::::.:;:;:::::;:::;:;:::;:::::;:::::.:::,:::::::::::::::::::::;:.:,:;:.:;:;:::J roller Apply, the or paint spray with it a dries brush to .
?ig to take the bitter with the ;> By Martha Sue McCain touch In two hours and harden ;

( sweet. Thoreau: "The man who goes ,- County Extension completely in about 24 hours.It ,\\\11

alone but he who Home Economics Agent is a good idea to cover the
i We urge the Public Utilities Commission can start today, faucets with cloth or some

to consider carefully this peti- travels with another must wait until not require it. other absorbent material to
BEANS EN CASSEROLE _..
ijion by Central Truck Lines look Plants usually grow faster' prevent. any poss'ble drips from _=-
to at the other is ready. .. .
Drain a 1-pound can of whol? <:
it from the consumer's view point as Blue Lake variety green beans! when placed outside. causing "dents" before the -2' iiLCt 60t '&at I .
.
(buy the cheaper random pack BATHROOM: FIXTURESCAN paint has set. ::::c-
BE PAINTED The new finish is not only ,
The Bradford County f.L :-- rather than whole "verticalpack" Many a bathtub since the easy to clean but also resists Iz--- ; ,-. j..",!_ :)i /to.
) and an 8 oz. can of : ; ; <
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED ttwI whole onions; turn into vege- claw foot type Is still service staining, scuff, caustics' and & .::...;. _::_s& ::... _.. ...' :. .
''::': able. However the porcelaU solvents. Epoxy enamel may also .
table difh. Heat condensed 3 Py Lynn Hamilton of Southern, Marine\
: has worn especially in the area be used to rejuvenate metal
1879 ifd' cream of celery soup with some
hit with the force of water from cabinets and furniture, ceramic Hunt.
garlic powder and only 3 table. It \nO F.TEH TEllS
',.m :\ ;.--- spoons milk and pour over ,the faucets. And it often take ,tile and kitchen appliances. VTIIEK sTOny Hoc, me a fcli.nuintlci'; i l.ult I
; vigorous scrubbing to clean the winch slioulil! lie inininon" klmwltdgc I.
a-SiU. __ vegetables in, dish. Top with \\' hll', i I. .. .
dulled surfaces.:: This Is also eIt ini|>i iv
  • lc .is ntmiIxi.nincn :timonjf ;ill ',""IIIICII. .oidniK
    MEMBER can do all things in him crumbled bacon or the bottled David Dunbar Buick, founderof I '," kmm" .ill I loo well .V MIIIII\ l I" I lie l-uniiicle News StmtcI .
    of washbasins. When the
    who strengthens me.-Phil.( bacon bits and make in moderate true : the famous car died a poor .t.i" ..in linn nun", ;a i "I'i i cnli.I ilnunIMIIII '. I I. II lie wind,, i is in llic v.isitiK; $I
    FLORIDAAS ESS .1:1:1): ). oven for 20 minutes or until budget doesn't allow for:: the replacement man in 1929, 1 i uilhniil imnli I nol KCntl -. tlu.uiII| ,, alit .mil I.hc Iai hinder is I.ill!.
    hot. A versatile vegetablethat of bathroom fixtures. rA while employed .\ ilciilc| mil) ,i S O ONE. (7od cioati'd\ u" with infinite "eats well" with beef painting with epoxy enamel offers by a trade noloKiM.iiliir, fout.iMiiiK, is Mil i j J! : II the uinil is sliilunif, .lo llirutsiu.ntl
    poul- school although he became rich a ch.mcv;, Imsimxi; Sonic, IKI.IIIIUII
    jiotontial to 1 be a solf-moti- a. solution.A 1 I ,md, I llie Ij.uomiler; is using
    try or pork. because of his invention of the would, I >,chI I in, I I" tilth
    \ \iitfil( forward\ looking, poi real beauty boost for the | K" ounlliiniiiH iltanng' mull.liI utMlhti, $ it insKllf.
    GIVE YOUR PLANTSA
    trip toilet and hid perfection of .ilioin llit 1t'.I-sk\ .11 nighl .
    I ti\c-mimli'l I i individual.( In VACATIONGive bathroom. these remarka'Jlepalnh the process for making baked Ih,.., Like I Ihc void, I ol I I lit'. wi.nlici- ::1.\ sic.id; Inn sln\\l\l IISIIIHII.IIOIIKK 1
    )
    looking/ bt'.'ond the mists of your house plants a provide a hard finish. enamel bathtubs. He lost his for. 111,111.llcsiilii I .i nitins .llir '....11 liii 1' hIM
    L. JVIATrilGVVS. Editor-Publisher iloii 1)1 4. IVnrs: and anxieties! summer vacation. Move them When dry. they have the shiny tune in development of the car llifOiicH. I llir IJO.IIIIIKtnlliiiM.isI ; I i si'li It1.!
    wo will find now and nil outdoors. look of porcelain and are Justas that bears his name and sold out slioiild, look ,In i Ilie I In.Hiiiiilil I I. "'"\<'111<-.1 in ml ufilliti I Isinilii.ileil
    Published each Thursday and entered as Second l.ncu- Place easy to clean with a .sudsy to Wm. Durant who atarted the Hading: ( Inline, lie |I",nki, "I'| I 11-: .1 slt.iiU. ,,,,. lull' slim$ It.
    Class Matter nt the Post Office at SUrke, Florida Imj-t ways\ to use our )power your plants in a lightly aponge. In addition they are giant General Motors Corpora. Ills KI.II fol under Art of March 3rd 1879.Subscription that\ inmos from the Spiiit.Minimio shaded spot in the yard or gar available in several standard tion with Buick. The develop li.iioinelii" leading ii hilling 01,. I is- \\ IU'II 11... ".II..llIc''r, liMS 01";'| -
    i (tl1l' appouraiuo of den or on a porch. Avoid! direct shades. or may be tinted to attain ment of bathtubs and car can inK, tli.incM' 'me ,tht, 'ic mil. l.c II i I MU, H I nsn.ilh. "nit'.ins' ilf.it' l>nlUlll
    in trade area: I year $5.00; Outside notation I Ilnlll'I'ai I sunlight because it can burn be seem at Nebraska's outatand.ing ili.iniff' in llic utiiilifi'' uiilnn', I'-: 10 '" opportunities almost color desired.A .
    )
    trade area: 1 year. 5.50 the leaves. House plants are not any Harold Warp Pioneer Village 121 I limns. .\ tInline in ,llir ','11,1,, i;. II I,In'. "al..1'. I.ills! l.ipiilK.
    I for jrrow'f th. progress. and(! whole new look can be created Minden in south central .
    hardened to full sunlight and do at iliKUHMi 01 IIII" tII'II' ul' a I lioiu' lii.nl" ,loi slioif ( li.nuis, nc ,a sioiniis
    ,xiuc-c'.ss \\'i I 1hi'I | rovonli'd.\ around budget-pleasing re- Nebraska. Hill 11 '." .illiit 11ic, ufiiilui: londi- .
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    Wednesday,Thursday, Friday, Saturday I

    % August 13, 14, 15 & 16

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    BUBBLE GUM
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    CITY ELECTION SEPT. 9 '
    Candidates have qualified for t
    each of the city offices to be ) ()
    filled at the annual city electIon L&4 ,
    September 9, with no con- ,
    tests so far.
    Two councilman are to be ,I I J
    elected. for two years each, as 1
    R. J. Williams' and Tracy ;# )
    Jones' terms expire. Qual-
    ifying for these posts so far ,w < I
    are Mr. Williams and A. C. r' i
    Dennison. For mayor Will- I i -Iw
    3i1.Lllll'J?
    ard Thomas had qualified; for l i15' en
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    marshal, R. H. Parker; for
    clerk Mrs. Lillian Ingenlath ,(
    ''each of these three offices for ,
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    a one-year term.Candidates Ill 11 7r t
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    for any of the off- i
    ices have until August 20 to file
    with the clerk. Voters may
    register at Home's Store until
    August 30. Twe54
    Other business at Monday 4 -
    night's regular council meet- TLflI
    Ing included road and drainage
    problems, complaints about
    stray dogs. Local pet owners A '
    are urged to have their dogs
    vaccinated and tagged. Poll Inspectors z2 I : )1
    are to be appointed for
    the September election.A i
    discussion of whether or not "
    Hampton had advantages in remaining ic\-f.
    an incorporated city
    took up a good portion of the

    meeting.that There this was be put a suggestion on- To Start!

    but council.the ballot was not for approved the city; election by the, LL) IS menace


    Receipts for the month Included :
    the Florida Power & Quantity, Rights Reserved...Prices Good All Week Thursday thru Wednesday. August 14 -20
    WINN-DIXIC STOR1I. INC. COPYBIOHT' -!...
    Light franchise
    payment of JrOO0
    $920 and utility tax, $136; cig- STOaSN.
    arette tax, $289. and property
    tax $14, for total receipts of .
    1359. Street lights cost the Ii >' SUNNYLAND Tender
    city $131 tree removal, $100; ,
    salaries, $259 insurance (fire,
    workmen's compensation and
    liability) $491, for a total out
    go of $1,049 for the month. Ham
    Balance at the end of the month
    was $3,033.FIRE .


    PHONE: INSTALLEDAn : '''' I :
    open line for incomingfire "

    and or emergency calls ......
    has been installed, accordingto ,<
    Willard Thomas, fire chef[. .. .
    ---- WeD BRAND GRADE "CHOICE" CHUCK SHANK
    Located on the Thomas' front O'IU- -- -
    porch, the phone is available
    for others to answer, if they'renot 100 EXTRA STAMPS ROAST 69 HALF or LB.WHOLE .
    at home to ring the fire SEE COUPON BELOW . LB.
    alarm. The phone, 468-1020
    Is for incoming calls only and
    cannot be used to call out, so
    will always be open for an
    FRESH QUARTER LOIN SLICED INTO USDA CHOICE W-D IRAND CORN FED W-D BRAND LEAN

    num's emergency,,468-1577.486-1009 call. andSteveVar-The may Thomas'phone also be PORK HqPS"'LB.79* SHLD. STEAK LB. 99* GR.J l I.o 3 LBS. $1.79USDA

    called for fire alarms. ::
    USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE- W-D BRAND CORN FED BONE-IN--- -- STRIP- _-./-. Lbt. w ,
    The w tj: "- jun_) ).1 the fire
    truck leased from th e Florida LB.79* N.Y.
    STEAK STEAKS.$1.49 GR. CHUCK $1.99
    Forest Service has been returned : . .
    to them for repair, Mr.
    USDA W-D BRAND CORN FED B-ox. KRAFT1 SWISS_ OR SHARP tliBiBiDAKin COTTAGE

    Thomas Monday reported night. to It the had council been- SHLD. ROAST .89* STICK CHEESE. 57* CHEESE 2

    out of operation, making the . . . . LBS. 65
    truck without water force for
    the fire hose.PERSONALS.
    -'' PILLSBURY PLAIN OR SELF-RISING CHASE AND SANBORN
    ALL GRINDS
    a
    Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Davis Rlr
    and son of Cocoa were visiting tRt!If@> ui LEI'S'pillsburys
    .
    Mr. .. .
    with
    here last weekoid
    and Mrs. James Davis and ; i --'
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    family.Mr. Ronnie Long :: BEST :
    and Mrs.
    spent last weekend with his 1\1\ '. JtXXX. :: ou r
    : :
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    parents at Wauchula.Mr. \ : LB.
    and Mrs.Willard Thomas II VPCHUIN;
    and daughter are visiting with I, 1'. ,,,,,.. ASTOR ALL GRINDS CAN
    Mrs. Thomas' relatives in the \\ LIMIT ONE WITH $5. OR MORE LB. 'tw. *
    Lake Okeechobee area this PURCHASE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES. BAG ,KSVCEfnyjZ ; '/ Coffeet.49
    week. Gerald Thomas Is to \. '
    visit overnight with them there
    during the week, while offdutyon Limit 1 Coffee of Choice, w/$5. or more purchase Exclud. Cigarettes
    3Lb. JEWEL..LinuS 1 Shortening el choic.
    Jacksonville Miami truck
    w/S.or mor. purchase including ciyar.tt.t

    run.Mrs.. Doris Hardy returned S HO RTE N I IN G 49 S-oa. LARGE COLGATE 2-Roll Pkg. ARROW WHITE OR COLOR BATHROOM
    home last week after several . .
    days' In Bradford County Hospital
    3Lb.ASTOR.Limit1ShDrt.ninllofchoic. TOOTHPASTE 58 TISSUE .5/l.
    for treatment. /SS.or mor purchase oxcluding cigor.tt" . . .
    Donnnie McMahone returned

    home by plane to,Houghton after spending La.last a month week SHORTENING..59GARBAGE I \ CANS 1.99 BUTTENR 69*

    with I his uncle and aunt, Mr. 4p . . . .
    and Mrs. Frederick Wattersonand choic. w/SS.or mar. purchat..xcluding Clll"'.".. 28-oz. CHEK ALL FLAVORS(No Return Bottl..) SOFT 20-OI. DIXIE DARLING PRESTIGE

    his family grandmother, of Starke., Mrs.And M.with L. DETERGENT 49* DRINKS 5/l. BREAD 29*

    Watterson and Miss Myrtle . . . . . . . . .
    Watterson in Hampton.The .
    community expresses
    sympathy to the Clarence Mel-
    ton family, whose son David
    10, died Wednesday of lastweekwith 'Eeo E SWEET & JUICY
    leukemia.Joe RANGE >>t
    Wiggins has been improving GEORGIA REDReaches
    at the University Medical
    Center in Gainesville, follow-

    ing Harriet surgery last Addison week.returned FI' 1ipe '
    3I
    home last week, after undergoing .
    surgery at Alachua Gen- JUICE s
    eral Hospital in Gainesville.
    Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hicks LBS.
    and family visited Mr.and Mrs.J. .
    D. Wllkerson in Lawtey Sat-
    urday afternoon.
    Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill and B-oi. OCOMA CHICKEN, BEEF OR TURKEY R' 1 'T 1 WESTERN VINE RIPE JUMBO CANTA-

    : Wendy som wedding attended in the Tallahassee KIng-Fol- MEAT PIES..6/$1. T LOUPES 3/$1.

    Saturday. Visiting Monday with . .
    the Hills was Steve West of OR WHITE SEEDLESS

    .: Marianna.Hampton Baptist Church baptism BABY LIMAS 5/$1. GRAPES 29*
    : was held Sunday afternoonat . . ,..
    the J. W. Home home at Ors.DIXIIWHIPD.ss.rr..Plus100Fr..Slampsw/couponfromn.wspap| "r U.S. No. 1 RUSSET BAKINGPOTATOES

    -:. Walter Mldlake.(Buck Those) Mathews baptised, Stephanie wero TOPPING 2/l. 10 LB. 89*

    Keenan, Billy Stone and . BAG

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    Given Citation For David Mellon d/.,:"{ry ...ea'.5.;y"..,:l".i-'v/PJt-M:: : ; ffit ; .I. :.>; <\.r-\i. i\i",' 1"; ;,"" ,..rv ,*.. ,{:r-J1.. ,,;,,<;;Jm, \,"IW'" "'''' .. ;y r'J1.. )(J.
    '"/s33W'nil. #'? 'V' 'a;. f.,.., .'> .. ."v; <: <',..a11 t., > :' '.;'.'''''' : : '>< <> &
    For ServiceCapt. Of HamptonDavid %.);;if'. ': >,A'h.\t: :. Y;,el( :&; <''0 : .w.fIli..fr'
    / < .y. ,. $ ft.1t.i' : :
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    Robert Franklin Ritch Clinton Melton, teneal'old .ho. .. ,\;' .. ,4jf ). .j '<, ,., .:'"
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    Advocate General's '.... ". ..., .\1t <. ."'k.K. <1.. <, \ < .. ..../ '',' :' .' .....'. Judge son of Mr. and (Mrs. ; a ': +, .i'n,.. ,x .i' "''<": .. 4i "<':; ) ',.I! '''' /;.,',...,<.. .'': >" ";,'v.:*<. 1. :; ;::.< -
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    Corps U. S. Army, son of Mrs. Clarence Melton, Sr., of Hamp N', ."tic'Q: '..".'W"n; :""'y.x iJ!k""'''. ?'(' ,".,.',"..;.J... ;/ ".;";?'.".,V. .), .;,{,,,,:. ,... .,.,,.t.,.;.i.i;. <'<1...;:"; ,' "' ...i-.Y':' ''">'> -
    Hazel Rttch. of Stark, was ton died Wednesday, Aug. 6, '4'N.':., <. fjS' J
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    awarded the U. S. Army Commendation in;this" Shards Teaching: Hospital ,... r'
    Medal In recent at Gainesville following a long "
    ceremonies at Fort Knox, Ky. Illness. He was ''born in Arlington -

    Capt. Ritch received the Va. on July 8, 1959, and XVXRORZKN DAPTLTrCHURCH CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST. CIIURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN "

    award for service as Staff Judge was a member of Hampton CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LAwiEY.Sunday Sufnday: Bible Study 10 .a. m.; Sunday School. 10 a.m.: MornIng Sunday School 9:45 a. n. ..
    Advocate Special Troops U. S. Baptist! Church CHURCH OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS School. 10 ajn. Morn- \tlor ning Worship and Communion Worship 11 a. m.; Evening Morning Worship. 11 ..m.Youth
    Army Armor Center,Fort Knox. Besides, his !parents, he' is Sunday School. 10 ajn.. 416 East Call St. big Worship 11:15.: Sunday Service, 11 a. m. Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.; Prayer Fellowship' \ e p. m. Choir.Prac
    He was recognized for his performance survived by a brother, Clarence Worship Service, 11 a. m. Sunday Priesthood, 8:30: Night service, 8:30.: Highway. vertices. 6:00. Meeting. 7:30: p. m.: Wednesday tic,, Wednesday 8 p. m.Rev. .
    of exceptionally! meritorious 'Melton Jr., three sisters! Addle. Evening Service.' 7 p.m. a.m. Sunday School 10. Sacrament R.12$. northwest of Lawtey.-Bev. '. Wednesday!; Worship service TS -Rev. J. C. Hestem." pastor Robert D. BurotiKINftSLEY
    service during the period Pamela, and Teresa :Melton: Tuesday Night Cottage Prayer 11:15. L. Bennett pastor. >. ni. Minister! Jack: P. :BeO.
    April 1968 to July 1969. The paternal grandparents. Mr. and 3JreUnr.TAunday. Monday Primary 4:30 MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL;
    : p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
    citation stated: "Through his Mrs. L. L. Melton, of Hampton: Night Prayer Meat- Tuesday MIA 7:30: p.m. Sunday Softool. 10 a. m. :Mora- NORTHSIDE BAPTIST Siidy. 0:45 a. m. Sunday LAKE BAPTIST
    outstanding professional com- maternal grandparents Mir. tax In church 7:3: p.m. Wednesday Relief CHURCH School, 11:00: a. m. Morning CHURCH
    .
    Society. Worship! 11 Pre-Ser-
    log m.
    petence and devotion to duty, and Mrs. J. H. McConaghy, of Youth service. Friday night 7:30 p.m. Schedule of services: : Sunday Worship.. 6:00 p. m. Training Sunday School 9:30: ajn.T..1nine -
    vices (<( (Maxville '
    he consistently obtained super- ; paternal greatgrandmother 7:30: p.m. Morning Wor- 7:00 Evening Worship. Union 10:13: a.m. Morning
    -Dean Hansen People) ocd Prayer Service). 6. .Scriool. 9:45: a. m. Union : p. m.
    Mrs. Rose Parsons, of Evening Worship -
    and Pastor" 11 -
    ior results. Working long Ivy Luke Branch President hfp, 10:45: n. m. Training Un Worship a. m.
    Ena1naWorship. 7 m
    hours, he eel an exam Cincinnati! Ohio; and maternal p. m. p. 7:30: m. Mid-week: Prayer "
    arduous ion.. 6:45: p. m. Evening Service. Wednesday-7:30:: Prayer Services p.
    Mlduek Service. Wednesday
    ,that inspired his associatesto great-grandfather, W.J McCon- SMYRNA: MISSIONARY Service, Service.! Wednesday 7:30: p
    ple Wednesday
    3rd
    715.;: Mid-Week Prayer 1st and
    JORDAN 7:30 m. E. R. Bowers, :D. :D, : '
    MISSIONARY p.
    aghy, of Little Rock, Ark BAPTIST CHURCH together
    let worship
    strive for maximum achieve Wednesday.: p. m. night 1:00: p. m. Family night. m. Come us
    ment." Funeral services will b* held 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday services BAPTIST> MISSIONU. vaster.

    A 1959 graduate of Bradford at 3:30: p.m. Saturday Aug. 9, : Sunday! School, 10 a. m S. 301 North, behind Tas- ,
    High School Capt. Rltcii! was In the Hampton Baptist Church Preaching: 11 u. m. Training tee Preez Drive In. Sunday ;
    president of the Student Coun with Rev. Melvin Hamel offici Union, 3:45: p. ni. Evening Worship School, 10 a.m. Worship Ser II
    cU. He attended the University ating. Interment will be in San- 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. vice. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer i
    of Florida graduating In 1963 :ta Fi3 Cemetery- with DeWitt C. Elder A. O. FlYnn. pastor Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. ::

    with a degree In Journalism. He Jones Funeral Home In charge. -Leroy Olive pastor: E.: L.
    graduated from the College of St. Merles Eplscopaf Criffts, associate pastor. : I
    I .
    Law. University of Florida In Services HeldWednesday Sunday Services S '.-
    1965 with a Juris Doctor De 8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist EVERGREEN BAPTIST ..,(
    ii
    10 a.m. Church School Highwayj25v! tortlvnest e! The TIE

    gree.Capt.. Rltch! Is married to the For E. P. NoegelErnest 11 Holy a.m.Eucharist Family! Service Uwtey. Sunday School l a.m. i tI
    former Bevin Gorman of Palm 1st and 3rd Morning Worship, 11:15. Sunday -
    Beach and practiced law with Phillip Noegel Sr., 'Sundays; Morning Prayer 2nd Night Service 6:30.: --Rev.
    the Secretary of Stats and the 76. of Route 2. Starke, died at 'wd 4th Sundays. R. L. Bennett pastor. I I

    State Road Department: prior to his home Sunday, Aug. 10. He that

    entering the Army in January was born in, Columb'n'! Countyon GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH .. CHURCH OF GOD
    1967. H9- Is a member of the Nov. 1. 1892 and had lived Highway 100-A
    422 N. St. Clair St., Starke.
    Florida Bar, American Bar In the Starke area most of his
    Assn., Judge Advocate's Assn., lif,. He was a member of the Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship
    Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. binds
    Louisville Bar Assn.. Delta Baptist Church. Worship 11. Training Un- t
    ion, 7 Evening Worship 8.Wednesday m Prayer Meeting, Friday, 7:30:
    Theta Phi legal fraternity, Sigma Surviving are two sons. Ernest p.m.
    Prayer Meeting, 8 p. m..-Rev. Chester J, Shouippe",
    Delta Chi Journalism frater P. Noegel Jr..Rockford Ill., rl

    nity. Pi Kapp Alpha social fraternity and Leonard M Noegel. Starke; p.m. Rev. Virgil Lovett. pasta .,' ,, .
    and Loyal Order of Kentucky two daughters. Mrs. Ernestine pastor. x 33j
    HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
    Colonels. Biondl, Rockford. 111., and .Mrs MADISON STREET :
    (Highway 100 at Tlieressa)
    Edna Johns, Apollo Beach; "
    BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School-10 a. m.Mol"nlng '
    Last 1965-7 two brothers Henry Noegel, r
    Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.
    Cedar Key and Joe: Noegel, WOl'shlp-l1 a. m. j A true love for our Lord and Saviour binds our hearts in Christian love.This i :
    Youth
    Timber TaxesDistributed Morning Worship 11. Training Ur.lon.-6:30: p. in. i '
    Starke; three sisters! Mrs. Annie
    Choir Practice, 4:30.: Youth Fel-
    Evening lI1Ip-7:15: p. m. '
    Mixon, Gainesville; Mrs.and lowship Supper, 5:45.: Training Wednesday Night Prayer ,Services j\ t love encourages us to put our energies and efforts together ;
    Lula Jones Lake City, I.
    Union, 6:13. WMU Prayer Circle
    : \
    -7:30: m. Rev. Merle ,
    Distribution of ,the last $18.- Mrs. Ruby Downing, Sarasota; p. I t1 ;;
    7:15. Evening Worship,
    : s
    000 In back taxes owed by Con- 16 grandchildren and nine great 7:38.: Packham, pastor. h\ to serve our Lord at horn, at work, and at Church.

    tainer Corp. of America was grandchildren. MondayRA meeting, 6:30: I \' \ f J
    made Thursday Aug. 7, by Funeral services were held p.m. YWA meeting. 7:30.: FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD l A truly wonderful fellowship exists for those who believe and
    Collector J. R. Wednesday In the OF STARKE \ \ -'
    Bradford Tax at 11 a.m. Tuesday WMU business :\
    with West Weldon St. and Raiford :::
    DeWitt C. Jones Chapel ;
    Kelly. meeting. 7:30: p.m. } yS worship together. Attend Church and worship with kindred minds.
    $11,088 went to the Bradford Rev. W I. Woodj officiates.: Wednesday Family Night, Road :
    School Board and $&.700 to the !Interment was In Mount Zion 6:30 Prayer Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. i.
    : Meeting 7:30.
    County Commission, Kelly said. Cemetery near Lake, City. Church p.m.Choir Practice, 830.: : 11:00: a: m. Morning\ Worship; "That I may come unto you with joy by the will of God : ,
    The distribution marks the final 'iOO: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00p. : I
    dispute Do people resent change? Pioneer m. Evangelistic Services. :-= .
    settlement of the long FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH and may with you be refreshed./
    car makers found difficult ; '
    it
    and legal battle over 1965-67 Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. MidWeek
    to separate the idea of the horseless
    '
    taxes owed by Container. carriage Sunday School l 9:45: a.m. PrayeaMating.! .
    Container! paid its taxes for from the horse Morning Worship at 11, guest Pastor: T. E. GlUeyHEILBRON The Church is God's appointed agency in this world .
    those years In full several and carriage. speaker Murray Teuton. TrainIng for spreading the knowledge of Mil love for man and ..;\\N 11It..
    :::
    months ago. but distribution of Early; automo- Union( 6:15.: Evening Worship BAPTIST : of His demand for man to respond to that love by ..
    the final $18,000 was enjoined II IT biles had carr 7:39: ( guest speaker, Mur- CH'l'RClIIIIGIiWAY 16 N. s:: loving hit neighbor. Without this grounding in the '.

    when Bradford County entered ; riage dashboard wheels, ray Teuton. Sunday School 9:45': m ::::: love of God, no government or society or way of life ; '

    suit in the Circuit Court asking q whip sockets, Monday through Friday, Aug. :Morning, Worship. 11. Training. :$::: will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold :'. :' '
    that the School Board pay for side lamps andsometimes 18-22-New River Baptist Assn. Union, 0:30 p. m. Evening Service so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore even from "
    legal fees to fight the timber School of Music, 1st Baptist, of should the Church If
    7:30.: Midweek Prayer Service. ;: a selfish point view one support
    suits In the same proportionthat reins instead of a steering wheel. Starke, 7:30: p.m. 7:30.: for the sake of the welfare of himself and his family ,,.

    the tax monies are distri horse To preserve and buggy the entire one A.shape Smith of FIRST UNITED METHODIST -Rc\'. L. Tommy Howe PastoxOK "m Beyond that! however every person should uphold "VI OI n\'toV" ,

    buted. Court ruled however, actually used a horse's head on STARKE. cc and participate in the Church because it tells the truth
    The his horseless carriage. The com- AH AM BAPTIST CHURCH about man's life, death and destiny; the truth which
    that there Is no basis! for the- plete evolution of the horseless SundayChurch School, 9:45: Sunday School 10 a': m. Morn- :: alone will set him free to live as a child of God. C.I.-.. A tV. $.... .:..
    I county claim, either by precedent huRKy can he seen at the Harold a.m.; Morning: Worship, 11; n-j: Worship. 11 .a. m. and- p.
    or statutory law. Warp Pioneer Village at Minden MYF Snack Supper, 6 p.m.; ni.- Rev. Fred' Johns, pastor :-:1 ;
    in south central Nebraska Senior High Program, Jr. High ry
    Recreation 6:30: ; Senior High NEW 1UVER BAPTIST I,

    ,,, sf Recreation, Jr. High Recrea- Siuuiay School, 10 ,a. m. Morn- r
    tion, 7:15: ; Evening Worship, 8 'ing Worship, 11 a. on. TrainingVnlctt. .r,
    7 p. m. Evening Worship .
    P CALL p.m.Monday -Youth Recreation, 8 p: m. Wednesday night service @

    1 p.m.; Wesleyan Sub-District 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel
    STANLEY LYONS Meeting in Starke, 7 p.m. cameL L. Parker, pastor. ?
    Tuesday Youth Recreation STARKE "66"SERVICE
    7 p.m. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH FAULKNER HURST SHELL

    CONTRACT PAINTING Wednesday Youth Recreation Sunday Service: Sunday :;
    1 p.m.: Prayer Meetingand School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship SERVICE SERVICE I
    GULF
    Bible Study, 7 p.m.; Col- 10:45: a, m. Evening Ser
    PHONE 259-3084 lege Discussion Group, 8 p.m. vice, 6:30: p. m. Midweek Ser- AND Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111 Bill Edwards Ph. ge -1131 ;
    ThursdayYouth vice Wednesday 7:15
    Recreation : p. m.
    MACCLENNY, FLA. 7:00: p.m.: Chancel Choir Rehearsal Charles Reese, minister TIf Tn-' .Iaig .;
    7:45.: HAUL RENTALS Headlight Adjusting '

    Friday Youth Recreation BAPTIST BAYLESS CrfURCHSunday HIGHWAY Truck Trailer Brake Service

    FREE Estimates Satisfaction GUARANTEED 1 p.m.DeWitt Balance and
    T. Farabee, Jr., School 10 oar pi*. Complete Lubrication Wheel :

    'Do..s to rc actklng Services at 11. Trataln 0 Minor Tune-Upe Alignment t

    union, 6 p.m.'DYeD1nC Berries. ; PROMPT ROAD SERVICE ;'
    ,4t '., Midweek Prayer Meeting. 1011 N. -"
    Wednesday, 7:30.: (Everyone wet.. 964.5899. AO Minor Repair(
    i ome. Rer. George' A Cro- PHONE

    t wail, pastor. 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Ave. SUrke :

    t STARKE BUILDERS

    HAAIPTU.N CHRISTIAN : Hiway 301 and 100
    CHURCH SUPPLIES, Inc. LAWSON I'

    r Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- Starke
    tlO S. Temple -
    t t Ing Worship at 11: Evening Featuring Ace Hardware MEAT MARKET

    Worship 7:30.: -- Rev. Carl Complete Paint Supplies 1 i STORAGE:
    Clarke, pastor. and Sporting Good AND COLD

    K1UST BAPTIST CHURCH $ "Check With Us First". DAD & BRAD SALES We Specialise: In Custom. Slaughter- -
    t HAMPTON: lag Cutting and Wrapping

    I t tt Sunday Worship School at 10 11.a. m.Training Morning I 219 Washington St. 964-5270 MODULAR HOMES Prepared for' Deep Frees

    Union, 6:30.: Wednesday night j WHOLESALE:
    Prayer Meeting, 7:30: followed 24-Ft. Wide
    FLO DA Phone '1 -1011
    by choir practice. Starke Nursing R I

    t t Home service, 2:45: p. m. : Also 12-Ft.Wide PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD
    -Rev. Melvin Hamel, pasta UT
    They who bank here by mail MOBILE HOMES

    CALVARY BAPTIST O N T R O L COUNTY
    HAVE MORE FUN Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- Campers and TraTeltrallenKeystone
    ,
    t lag Worship' 11 a. m. Training :;# TELEGRAPH
    a.rltu f CD.
    Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Serrlce ij Height
    TIME THIS SUMMER 7:30.: Prayer Meeting, Wed- OFFICE SUPPLIES

    nesday. 7:30: p. m..-Rev. R. R. 539 E. Call St. Starke. Fla. and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320

    Butler, paoL'JI'. TYPEWRITERS
    t You can bank here In minutes-right from m Phone 964.5745 for FREE
    t MACHINES
    your home, office, wherever you are when DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Inspections and Estimates ADDING

    you bank here by mail. And at any hour of any BROOKE BRADFORDABSTRACT

    day or night, tool Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning -
    Worship 11 a. m. TrainingUnion. > CO. EDWARDS

    t 6:30 p. m. Evening Ser WILLIAMS
    t vice. 7:30.: -Rev. I4tor Conway.MS You Grocery aDd Mulcet
    Ask or write for our free JEWELRY Better Service For
    Feed
    Groceries Meet -
    I Airpark' Baptist a...... Title Problems
    t Sunday School 9:43: a jn.: Mae Official Class Rings GAS AND OIL

    FLoaFiSiDCA t teg WoraUp. 11:00: ajn.: Evening Keepsake Diamonds Abstract Jack sad Gladys Edward
    I Worship 7:00: pjn.; Wed BULOVA WATCHES
    Prayer Meeting and Bible Study. Title Insurance U. 8. 301 Sooth Stark
    7:00: pjn. Stab: on Book of 142 W. Call St. Starke
    t Psalms. Nathan I,. Modltag.pa 158 W. Can Ph. M4-4S81 PHONE M4VU11

    8: A N KAT STARKE t tor. Everyone Welcome. Phase< 964-7064

    CLAY ELECTRIC C OPERATIVE, Inc.


    Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. to"The convince persons they're most at difficult retire' .Owiwd By ThOM We Serve la Twelve Northeast FwrUa OntlMHe**. 0- 1MeMrs Live BUr


    One of 30 Bank of the Florida National Group ment e."age are children at bed-. Electrically"X7t M Height*-Pfcsa* 473-4911-


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    I_- as rssrrnsr n
    rev..I1<..d. Starke Florldn within: six:l calendar NELL H. ANDRKWS uecenH.d. FIRST PUBLICATION: July 31. Judce In for Urn Theron.,. Yawn In And For months from the time oC. aro hereby notified and requiredto 1969. 7-31 4t 8-21 .- hra'I the first |1"lh'Rth'u| i>f this ford aunty h.nr..\. rciiulrwd t,>
    .dlfe thut I
    News About County > demandswhich
    tho first publication of thla n. file any claims or dcmnndmust
    Florida By! Anneta Andrew notice En eh rlilm: nr dcni.niilv thatIh
    Bradford County tice. Each claim nr demand shall they may have against" In The County "...I.'a Court ClerkEI'OENE l>e InritliiK and meetstate file nor -l.ilnix tr f
    be In writing, and shall mate the laid; estate In the"OffIce I of the Of nrn.lfonl Conntr. Florida.In F.. SHAW the plnci or residence and rv in.i\ hiinc.ilnxt: hfi /'
    Colored Citizens place of residence and post o-f fleeAddress County Judge of Dradford County Probateo.. I-1U71 Went Call Street poet office address of the claimant tote In tin' on.r. the I''anlr.hldgr .
    of the claimant & shall Florida. I In the Courthouseat in! IIKl Estate nf 142 Florida and must lie sworn to liv "f l Hrn.lfiird" Ci"untKlor .
    by the claimant Starke Florida, within ..ixcalendar A.M>llEWg.OF Starlte his In tluO'lirtlimiHi1 nt Ptarlu'Flnrid.t '
    Of The ConntrJndite. be sworn to MOI.I.: IS for Executrixes Urn claimant his anrent or Ida
    The Court Attorney
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    his attorney and any month) from the date voidaernr'ding within si'. rn6'nd'ttn'ontlls
    his ltee.nsed.NOTI1'
    Bradford County Flo.lda.I agent FIRST PUBLICATION: July 31. attorney. or It \\ 11b""one .
    such claim or demand nut. wo of the first publication of this : PROD \TFI 1969 7-31 tt 3-21: to law.Maritaret ftmn' the dale of. .the....
    HFiE.trte -
    tiled shall be void notice ICach claim or demand TO AI.I. PKHHOMI I..T.IIF.lT- T. Duncan firm rnt.u''.>lli>n NOTICE! of LVCHUTIA II. GREEN1leceaseul. .1 VI.IAN1.. OIU ENE: As administrator must 110 l In writing and moat FoD ,l\ 1'11..1 .="ATIi OF SAID Executrix. of the estate of KuTulr Tnch il.tlni' or iliMn,mil must bi,'
    its of the Instate of state the place of residence and UKK%Tl In The County Jml,te'. Court In wrlilnir .ind flli'd In tin nilcnlo -
    hold a. Duncan
    Dell Chapter 168 will l> rROIITF.TO AND PER. As executor of the Last Will and pONt office address of the claimant You are hereby notified thata IQI And For Hrntlforil ('ou..t, Deceased iiinl. .must mule' ,llw |place
    regular meeting Thursd ALL CHIGD1 CLAIM'S rOlll: Oil U":. Testament of LtCHETIH.. and must he .worn to by the written Instrument purporting. Florliln.. July 2%. liiAO of rcsMcni-o ,ind nxsl-i-ffliv, ad-
    IHONS' HttlM
    nigh: AUK. 21. at 8 p.m. In the M"UUI. *\!I'I' IUD *.!IT."I' OrtKKN.First; :Publication deceased. 7-31 1009 claimant, or It his will lucent become or his void attorney according ANDREWS to lio the Last, deceased Will of has NELL been R I> HFsEstate of Knupnr O. Duncan, First Publication On 7-31 7-31.4t HR9 8.21 .lr."a, i.f tilrl.tlnttnt.or: It. his will' agent become -(
    Mascnic Hall on Brownlee St. :' 7-Jl 4t 8.21 to lAw. admitted to probate In lisle. Ieren.ed.NO'rl'E or Ms .iitoinov.. law.Aiieust .
    You and each of you are here. SHAW commanded t'IIEIHTOII" void' n '-->i-dlnp' !M
    : F.
    El'UKNK hereby TO
    All members are asked to attend by notified and required to present .. CourtOC 142 West Call Street Court within You are six calendar months'from All creditors of the estate of fn ConnT .....1".'.. Cnurl. InAnd R. IIHSITtobcrt : ,
    for business of vital Im any claims and demands" Tn The County Judges, Florida Starke FloridaAttorney thu dote of the first publication Kaspnr O. Duncan, Heienm-cl' areberebv Fur 1I..If..I County FlorLire. Danli-l ManvnrlVilmlnlntrat'ir TCM.lt
    which you, or I you, llriulfortl (Count for ExecutrixesFLOISEN'E to and required to l nf tlu :
    e.'til of this notice appearIn notified :
    :
    :
    portance. may have against, the ofLL.VIIET1A .. In Pniltnle >o. 1-1U71 A. BROWN.CnExerutrIx "II his\ Court nnd show (.AU..... file any claims or demands In.reFint.: .> of :M \no \nET of M',runit Aflo* ThorntonTtv .
    H. GREEN deceased 1:11: MKl Estate of i of the Estate. fNELl. ran whY the action which they may have mralnst ALF1R TllonXTOX.: : d."a..I. : Oocroro. IT ri r'oAttointv
    If ,
    late of anal County, to the %":LI. II. .t.DREW. deceased. Any you said nf the for tho E.IntoFirst
    It. ANDREWS this Court In admitting said estate In the office NOTICE Tit lUHDITOlSSAll "
    of
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    County Judge of Urudford County n "P" JACQTRMNK ,t, ;MOOREU, as Will to probate, should not stand County Judge of Prailford County credit\ : ere, t>.f SI irBnr.-t, AlfleThornton \ Publication" AuirtMt T.: I"1!!
    NEWS CIIKDITOH5All
    CHURCH Florida, at his office In the NO'I'U' TO of Co-Executrix; of the Estate of UnrevokedTHEUON\. Florida In the Court'iouso who died on :\10nl.: !) s-7 n S.:S
    New Bethel Baptist Church .court house of said county at creditors of the estate NEILi n, ANDREWS. deceased. \ : A. YAWN. County In Starke. Florida, wltliln, six 1DH' while n slilint. "f Brnrt- .rr
    Rev. A. Vlnson pastor.: Duel
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    Day will be observed Aug. 24
    j tin----tar-w---T
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    with Miss Marion Jenkins as ;
    speaker for the youth. Services I I 1 1 1 '
    will be held at 3 and 6 p.m. '
    Other: speakers announced: liter.): I FLORIDA I 1 ? 1 1i

    Watch paper for Information. 1


    and chairman.Mrs.Deacon Clara Everyone Anthony Ghent: invited.Mt chairman DeSue.co. i! GRADE 'ASIRLOIN FRESH !I D 1

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    .Pisgah AME Church Rev. j
    George Young pastor. Sunday
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    School 10 a.m. Morn'ng Ser-
    vice at 11. Evening Service 6 I I 1

    p.m. Visitors always v/slcDme.: I II Es 1

    Ebenezer Baptst! Church II '
    Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sunday 1
    School 9:45.: Morning 11

    Worship 10:45.: Evening sere I
    1
    vice 6 p.m. Bible Study each 1

    Tuesday night. Bible Class will 1 I a 1 SUPERMARKETS 1

    start Monday night after the 1 I 1

    3rd Sunday and run for a week. All Day
    II Open
    .
    AU young people are invited. ,
    Refreshments will be served. II

    Prayer Meeting each Thursday II I
    "MOD MATES" l 1
    night. The Senior Choir! will Wednesday

    serve all day. Visitors always I i 3 PIECE BINDER SET 1 ,

    welcome. I ...............,... 1 1

    Baptist Greater Bethlehem Church Rev.Free Jasper Will! I I 1 3 RING ....:..:...h'....00.:::"$1.88 I Merchants I 1

    Williams pastor. Sunday School I C 1 1 BINDER SETS FREE TOO! 1

    9:30.: Morning Service. 11. I I IN V'N1'L' O. 0014(1 1 __CRCTN l_STAMPS 1
    Evening Service at 6. Monday
    night Choir No. 1 re!'' 3r3l1.: I I I JOJAL $1 88

    Tuesday night Choir No. 3 and I I 1 vt3iwf 1 F
    Ushers Board No. 2 will meet. l PRICES RSDAY THRU
    I
    LB .
    Wednesday night Prayer Mest- 1 .eOXOMIttNOXrla.roW1....0. o. ?.It 11.1.1. $1rous,00110YN0Ista1100sXOI5eII1t11.MO11'W.IIW,1XtU. WEDNESDAYGOODTHU AUGUST 2Oth.
    Ing. Thursday night Story Hour I I 000.I 1 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. 1

    at the Church. Friday night'! 11 I 1
    Prayer Band meeting. Saturday:
    night dnners! will be sold from
    the kitchen.

    Greater Allen Cha el AME U.S.CHOICE U.S.CHOICE pnde .
    Church. Rev. A. R. Rchardson! SLICED 1/4

    officiating. Sunday Schcol 10 RIB, FULL CUT ROUND CROSS RIBROAST CALIFORNIA
    a.m. Morning service at 11. The OR BONELESS SHOULDERSTEAKS PORK LOINCHOPS
    Choir at 3 p.m. Evening Service -
    ROAST
    6 p.m.
    Mrs. Nelson Slubbs a longtime
    resident of Starke. is In

    Bradford County Hospital! recovering F000 1An, FOOD FAI q FOODFAIn .ooo rAsr
    from a spell of sick! 1.19

    ness. He would appreciate! vise ,:'aila 1spiaci rs.anltF rtaaa r
    Its and cards! from his many
    friends and church members.


    SCHOOL BELLS

    Pre-plarning school bells will DOMESTIC

    ring In Bradford: County Monday HIAfN SERVIHIAOIO
    PANTRY PRIDE PREPARED: POODS BYG.IIIMDIUL
    Aug. 18, at 8 a.m. for a SWISS FREEZER
    two weeks session. The students CHUCKROAST SKINLESSFRANKS -

    bell will ring Sept. 2. EveryoneIs > .

    working for a successful CHEESE VIAtPAKMIAGIANA
    school term.Pleasant PORTIONSSlokely's
    Grove Fn'.ted! Methodist SLICED BEEF &
    LARGE EYE 1LL11rIQ
    Church. Church School: 10 VAC.PAK GRAVY
    ram.AU
    a.m. Afternoon service. 3 p.m.



    CARD OF THANKS
    The Berry family would like r

    to express their appreciation::
    for the many acts of kindness
    shown In words flowers cards
    and food during our time of

    grief and sorrow:: at the deathof OAK HILL YELLOWFREESTONE FRUIT FLAVOR NOT IAROI NOt IANt BUT LIBBY'S
    our father Berlzie Berry. KRAFT
    Special thanks to Rev. Dennis HAWAIIAN PORK
    and members of Philadelphia: GREENS KINGSIZECHEER

    Baptist Church of Lawt y.- PUNCH MUSTARD

    The family of Berlzie! Berry. FROZEN-TURNIP, KALE. & BEANS
    COLLARD OR MUSTARD

    CARD OF THANKS 29oz CANS

    The family: of Mr. Ralph Williams 2OoPOIY>3/49 46oz 3/l

    Sr. with to expie-j their BAGS CANS
    sincere appreciation for the

    many acts of k'ndress! and sympathy

    in their! moir.ents of bee I I I
    reavement due to (fie lass four I

    beloved ore May God .. 1 I GRADE 'A' I

    bless Williams you and all.-children.Wife, Vaster F. FANCY GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS I. tUIF'Q Jk 8 P y1 1 QUICK FROZEN I :




    I! I GIANT PULLMAN 24ox WHITE SLICED ''T'S""HTHE.AG" I i TURKEYDRUMSTICKS 'I f

    AfCfST 13. 1000
    I Carl Hurst Mayor; of the 1

    First me tue City. of by of the law Sturke.Primary'! do authority Florida Kleptlun hereby!.veiled by call to Mr-be In a !i I 1 BREAD 4/99c I I OR i I.I I.

    held at the Fire Station In the
    aforesaid City by <|IU".It eu voters
    on Tuesday September. ttth at I I SAVE 19;.8" FRESH BAKED 1 LEG QUARTERS I
    1969 A. L>., for the purpose :

    Electing City Ierk-Jo'or: the following Two oflcers.Years.Chief Two. I ... I PEACH PIES 2/79/ I II '
    For c
    Of Police -
    C

    Yearn;Ia'orFor. Two Year i I SAVEI7 .I KOS OF .ICED ASSORTED I ....,.. I
    Councilman: -
    Group I 2-One Councilman For I SWEET BUNS..3/$1. .
    Two Group Years 4- One CouncilmanFor L8 I :SAVE 5c1.

    Inspectors'rwo Years.For Said Election I I SAVE 4!.PKG OF COUNTRY SQUIRE HAMBURGER OR 1 ,: I
    !\I 1'''. Ernestine Denmark .
    Dennis HOT DOG ROLLS. 29 6-- i
    Mrs Albert Mytrlce Foster I I .. I
    Mrs. L K. Hardy
    Mrs. Margaret': B Williams

    Mr.Mrs. EM Peg-try I'revattMrs. Shaller __ Everyday Low Price BANQUET FROZEN FRESH
    : Ethel Raymond (Alternate
    ) JUNE BOY FRESH PACKED Y OIL MONTI FRESH JUICY
    :\Ir.... TS O. Dans.byMrs. CREAMPIES
    '' .. Ella I.I.N;Mae. Pickering ChaxteenMrs. KOSHERDILLS MISSION BRAND FIRM RIPE I

    Mrs' Kd TenlyIn CUAMT ITTU SAVE JCWWortz '
    TtHtlmimy Whereof, I, hereunto
    NECTARINES
    ul>Hcrlbe my name and TOMATOES
    CHUMP the Sent I of said town to be
    hereunto affixed this the 9th
    l\iv\; nf September.:: A. D.. 1960.SE.1L Saltines

    ( ) Pnrl llurstc.1RJ. HALF 12/$1
    JlI.ItST.IA'OR; I
    ATTEsT: : Merrill id\\'nrilsMKIIKILL GALLON 4IFROZEN '
    : KDWAKUS.: CITY
    CL.UUK: 194
    8-U 4t 9.4
    lb. Box
    -

    In The County Jmtire'A. Court
    In And Fur llrmlforil' Count*
    Plorliln.IN FRESH FIRM

    : iimRMttite of Kimnnr. 0. Tuncnn ULTRA HEAD AND CRINKLE CUT CRISP
    ........n..I.
    CALIFORNIA
    MVIKI: i>iTO rUn"t7F
    ti.i. ,..:1 slae 1\'I'1:1tF5T-I 1 FRENCHFRIES
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    Vim im Imroliv notm.,1 Hint. n DANDRUFF SHAMPOO4l LETTUCE | CABBAGE
    wrllt,'n ,luxti, iiinfni i''urnirtlop' to
    b<> tin- '.11"1 Will .mil Trutiuiiintof TOOTH PASTE
    sup Id t1**< mod! huts Itpi, n 11'1-
    milted In iirnlinti. lit I 111I'miit' I.SIbPOLY
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    IlilM Sot: lr/ ID npr,-nr In tbl.hurt HEAD .
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    you ran. u hv tin notlfin. of this
    Court In nilmlitlnir. miUI will to
    1 ?prnbntr sliniilfl not .stand un- ..

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    KEYSTONE HEIGHTS! MELROSE: Hearing Called Aug. 27



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    I11ka: Hilites golf to be team.an active member on the Clay County In Bulkhead BattleBaker


    HERE N' THEREMr. Schools OpenSeptember

    and Mrs. Herb Nelson

    I By JIM FOX accompanied Mr. and Mrs. 2 Drops

    Pkane Phone In You Items 473-414& Hart Miller of Montverde and :
    4
    L Col. Buckalew of Orlando to TrespassingCharges
    the MARS (Military Alert Radio All public schools In Clay .

    System) gathering at Marianna County will open Tuesday,Sept. '- .* .
    2. Pupils who are noton double '
    1 last week. During their stay, -
    the Nelsons enjoyed visiting sessions will be In school for a

    friends in Chipley. full day from the beginning. Permission! was granted by

    Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Clay High School and those the Keystone Heights Council ; :

    Haugh, of Wilmington, Dela., kindergartens that are on Tuesday night for the use of _
    are visiting their nephew and double sessions will remain for the municipal: building: for a

    family, the Bill Morgans.Mr. the full length of time required public hearing Wednesday!! _

    and Mrs. FremontTollesand on double session schedules as night AUf 27 on the questionof .- '

    his parents, Judge and Mrs. announced earlier. establishing; bulkhead lineson

    Tolles of Melrose, returned Lunch prices for the 1969-70 state-owned (meandered) :
    home last week after a five- school term will be 35tf for

    week tour of Europe. elementary children and 40C Sorrv to reoort that Bob Haves: for high school pupils. Lunch- The request was made by \__

    and Gene Hacker are both pat- rooms will be in operation on Dill Baker, a property owneron S

    uit ients in the Bradford County the first day of school. Lake Geneva, who recently ,; _
    !brought charges) of trespassing I
    '
    Hospital. Be sure to drop them Parents of kindergarten or
    cards wishing a speedy recov- beginning first erade pupils are against a Game ComnaSsonemployee ( :

    ery. We hope that they will reminded that legal evidenceof who was taking pictures Ii'l w:

    . soon be home with their fam data of birth of those childrenwill on Baker's property after L '
    be required before the being warned to stay off.

    ilies.Mrs. child be A preliminary hearing in the
    Albert Bachmann has can admitted.(Florida :'
    Statutes 232.03) Also, each matter had been set for( 4 p.m.
    returned from a visit with her
    F sister-in-law, Mrs. Alice Dit- child beginning first grade or Monday, but Baker told the :
    kindergarten must have a writ- Council that he agreed to drop : hV :
    was of New Rochelle New _
    Ted Wilson left), a retired Parades for membership tmer, ten statement from .
    a licensed the charges, following a con-
    resident of Penney Farms, was reviewed and accepted. York. Mrs. Bachmann was
    guest speaker at the Keystone GAMES PEOPLE PLAY accompaned by her granddaughter practicing physician declaringthe ference with Game Commission

    Heights Rotary Club last Fri. If you are a summer resi- Laurie, who raturnedhome child to be free from contagious personnel. upon mutual agree-

    day. He was introduced by dent in Keystone, or if you following a summer vacation in or communicable di- ment that a public hearing Opinions differed greatly at this group of Game CommUsUm ifersorinel; arid interested -

    President Lon Rushton (right), have just moved t) this area, Keystone. sease. The county health officer would be held later. owners of lakefront property gatlirrrd In front of Keystone attoil.iey My'/on
    Inform or family physician may render Baker said that Florida Cabinet -
    would like to you
    who noted that the speaker wasa we PrevatCs office Monday afternoon. Upshot of the confab that
    public
    these services (Florida was a hearing
    Vice President of Rotary ot several activities open to PARTIES GIVEN officials, all members of
    past International, a past the public.On FOR JULIE WALKER Statues 232.031) Convenient the House and Senate!! Game should be told, to Iron out the touchy problems created wheu the State's bulkhead;,

    trustee of the Rotary Founda- Friday evenlng.the Catho- Miss Julie Walker, bride- forms for this statement maybe Commission( officials members regulations\ previously applying only to salt water bodies were broadened to In.

    tion, and a past director of Rotary lic Club of St. William's spon- elect, was entertained duringthe secured from the school Clay of the Internal Improvement elude fresh water lakes and streams.

    International. Before his sors Bingo, starting at 7:30: past week with several par County Health Department, or Fund Board, and County Commissioners ,

    retirement, Mr. Wilson was in the church recreational hall. ties given in her honor. local physicians.All In this area wouldbe property. Several members!! of that.

    president of the Unlveristy of There are 15 regular scheduled On Wednesday, Aug. 6, Mrs. teachers will begin pre- Invited to attend the) hear- the troop outlined their plans Council agreed that a new ,

    Baltimore.In games during the course of Edward Timmlns entertained scnool duties on Thursday, Aug. :ing. He said that If the crowd for Improvement of the area lease would have to be drawn

    reviewing the 64-year his- the evening, followed by the Miss Walker with a punch par- 21. Pupils who before have not that already date Proved to< be too large for the and It was stated that the up Incorporating! FFA stipulations .

    tory of Rotary, the speaker "Black-out" which offers an ty given at her home on Lake registered should do so during the last weekof municipal building, the hearing chancre In boundaries would which Include: prohibition ( -
    noted that it was formed In enticing amount of money for Geneva, Lakeview Drive. would be moved outdoors in them
    August. Early registration is help carry out this program of rifles in the area southof
    In a lucky winner.Kefrestiemts. Mrs. TImmIns was assistedin
    1905 by four business men the city park.
    more effectively.The the and
    urgent.VVYYYyyyyyYYVyy'yy' gat pipeline!! no
    the Chicago area, headed by are served dur- caring for the 50 guestsby ASK ZONING CHANGE Council voiced objec-
    no wildlife feed-planting within 900
    Paul Harris who wanted in intermission. Sorry, but her mother, Mrs. J. A. A
    attorney petition signed by 65 freeholders tions to the! request and a feet of runways.
    under 21 of age Williams, of Lake Santa Fe.
    to form a closer relation- no one years
    was presorted askingthe meeting: was set!! for 7:30
    : pm. Sportsmen's Club presidentDon
    Miss
    is allowed 1 !to ittend. The hostess presented
    his business asso-
    ship among Walker with a serving dishas INDIAN BEACH Council to "restore zoning 'tonight (Thursday) for the Morgan was told by the
    However the people of
    ciates. young to its original status along
    a remembrance of the oc- Troop Camp Committee to work Council that he could proceed
    Wilson said'tHat from this the Keystone Heights Community casion.On Highway 100 from DeDWitt C. out details of the chance with with plans for the club's annual
    small beginning, Rotary Inter- Church do offer Friday (Lk. R aata F.. ,
    Thursday afternoon, Aug. ) Jones Funeral Home ID the east Airport Chairman Roy Wntklns.SPORTSMEN'S Firearm's Safety Clinic to be
    nationl has expanded to Include night dances for teenagers in Byi Michael H. "
    ChlttyPh. city limits. The petitionerssaid
    clubs in 146 countries dances held 7, the San Jose Golf & Country LEASEA held at the airport in Septem
    13,564 the The are
    area. 475-S171
    they had assumed!! that check for
    $250
    Club in Jacksonville the was accepted ber.
    around the world. In the past at the Masonic Temple, and begin was .
    20 years three-fourths of the at 8 o'clock. A nominal setting for a luncheon given in &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA_ this 'area was zoned!! residential! from the Keystone Sports: In other business the Council:

    clubs have been formed honor of Miss Walker by Mrs. but had learned it was changedto men's club for a cue-year leaseof -Heard Tax Collector Augh-

    new outside the United States, the admission help defray fee is charged to Perry Pedrick and Mrs. Alfred Greetings, friends and neIgh- the CIA (business), a portion of the"! Airport try Vance report that total asses -
    expenses. bors, I hope everything's okay The council agreed that a
    speaker said.FIREMAN'S On Shafer Jr. property. The original! lease ed value of real estate and
    BALL at Saturday 8 bingo evenings enthusiasts starting The hostesses prsented the with you all. We're still! stuck hearing would be held on the which had never been finally personal prooertv in Keystone
    ,
    SET FOR AUG. 23 invited to play at the American are honoree with a silver tray. with our bad news streak. Last matter after giving legal notice approved. was for $1 a year Heights Is 3133694. Lk

    The Keystone Heights Volun- Legion Hall on Highway 21 On Friday evening, Aug. 8, Tuesday, my father's cousin, ((30 days). but the FAA would not concur --

    teer Fire Department will meet north. The games have been two members of Miss Walker's Odls Lee died of a heart attack SCOUTS PROPOSAL since the law under which it operates -Gave Mayor Raymond Star- HOLIDAY WRAP-UP-Fashion
    decrees silhouette the
    Friday, Aug. 15, to finalize drawing large crowds, which wedding parly, Misses Linda so my parents attended the Members'!' of Boy Scout Troop states that aIrport prop- nes permission to solIcit' aid bathrobe a new dress in red : and

    plans for the annual Fireman'sBall naturally Increases the amount Anthony and Marlon Beasley, funeral In Woodbine Ga. on 103 and their leaders requesteda erty must be leased or sold at from the Governor's office or white pin stripes flocked on

    which is scheduled for of money '-Mch can be won on hosted a kitchen shower for the Saturday. I stayed with Pete change In boundaries of their fair market value. The $250 other State agencies !n developIng cotton. The side wrap and

    Saturday night, Aug. 23. Pro- the individual games. bride elect at the Keystone and Joyce Barton and son camp site on Crystal Lake, lease is for one year and will a plan for recerational use cuffs of the Cinderella designare

    ceeds from this annual event The local Duplicate Bridge Height Woman's Club. George while my parents were within the Keystone Airport be. up for negotiation after of the Keystone Airport. ruffled in white.

    are used to support the depart Club has discontinued for the Miss Walker recleved many away and really had a nice In a. aecau----I-. *. -- 0'H\ve_ '

    ment's fire-preventive activi summer: but area residentsand beautiful gifts from the 20 time. Also on Saturday, Jake Sputnik. Russians behind :too
    ties. Those who have not already visitors are invited to play guests. Mrs. A. E. Anthonyand Miley of Waldo( picked me up ily of Jacksonville are guestsat "One rmt the it was pitiful t a
    purchased tickets may at the Starke Duplicate Club Mrs. Pearl Wilkerson assisted and we attended the funeral of Griffin's Lodge this week. Short Step For A Man elg ht ball and minute effort tOhorntn

    .of the de-, the hostesses In caringfor paul Lee and Greg Strand- see their 136t
    contact any memb> little 8 year old David Melton unmanned
    partment.At on Sessions Tuesday are evenings held at at 7:30.:the the guests. Miss Walkerwas (Otis Melton's family. The Bar- berg and Jerry Thweatt of And A Giant Step For Mankind"There I by sendlni,an onlY to

    the regular meeting on Pratt Street Recreational Cen- presented with an electric tons entertained with a supper Jacksonville! spent Thursday to $ the moon In their
    5 Chief Ed Bennett fry as a remembrance of Saturday with Mrs. Jo Strand- erash InilorLouslY
    August ter, located two blocks off US pan Saturday night, with some( By Russell Kay are those who grumble ,
    fire calls during the occasion.Dr. berg. Mrs. Strandberg ask us attempt.
    abortive
    reported eight 301. mighty fine deviled crab by about the cost of the venture
    July, and First Aid Officer and Mrs. Dale Edwards Pete. Those enjoying the delicacies to announce that all friends and Nell .Armstrong's first words and ask why we are so concerned -
    Huntley Redfearn reported 14 LOCAL GOLFER entertained Miss Walker and relatives of M. M. Hale and '
    were: Fred and: Corine when stepping on the surfaceof about outer spce when ,we
    ambulance calls during the CONGR VTULATED Mr. Crabtree with a cocktail Thieman and grandchildren, ,Josephine Ml/ell attend a family the moon will live in history' have problems hereon KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
    same period. The ambulancewas No tournaments have been buffet at their home on 4571 Robert and Lisa! of Jacksonville reunion to be held in the with such well known quotes of so many ,
    earlh. They' look the en-
    also used for 10 standbys played at the club this month. Forest Drive, Jacksonville, on ; Ralph and Pat Flllmon Community Center in Lake But other famous> Americans "Give on j

    at the Keystone Beach duringthe but we would like to take this Saturday evening, Aug. 9. and daughters of Tampa: : Char ler on August 24. Dnner! will be me liberty or give me death" tire space program as a com
    plete waste and utterly useless.
    YMCA Club swimming opportunity to congratulate local The hosts the couple
    Rotary ; presented served at 1 p.m. All are askedto
    lie and Vanetta Morris of Hous "Damn the ,torpedoes full
    They overlook the fact that
    golfer RonniA Tumllrt. on with a silver crystal mixing
    program. bring a full basket and some
    ton. Texas: Mrs. Novice Wardof speed ahead" "What hath
    Treasurer George Massa reported his successful victory in the the space program has already
    set and a place setting from Starke!!; and yours truly. The folding chairs God wrought" and "I will the in.
    that the audit of the North Central Florida (NCF) ;returned dividends on
    their chosen Since Is
    pattern.On fishing news scarce
    Fillmons srent the weekendwith return"
    DIRECTORYRABY'S
    records was almost completedand 21 Club golf tour this summer vestment. Since the programgot
    Sunday, Aug. 10, Mrs. the Bartons. this week, I will add it on here. I wonder if youngsters, fightIng -
    will be submittedat under way we have gained
    a report '
    McKinney J. Davis and Mrs.
    Well, let's look at the news Tuesday Roy Griffin and David in front of the television!. set
    the next meeting. Tumlin, who Is the grandsonof technical knowledge that, has
    Edgar J. Cowart hosted
    a Thomaj went out in the morn-
    Operation of the ambulancewas Mrs. Georxa Hill member brunch party at the latter's although it's a bit short this realized what they were!! really given ,us hundreds of new products AUTO
    3
    dlcussed, and It was sug- of our club since its inception, home on Ortega Blvd. Jack- week because of our troubles. ing and caught 26 specs and witnessing? If they don't today, and over 200 new factories -
    nice bass from 6 to 7 Ibs. Wed- SERVICE
    gested that 213 more than four fired a two under par, 70, to sonville. M. J. Johns came down to ( they will in the years to come. employing thousands. of

    persons be allowed in the take first place honors at the spend the weekend at his trailer nesday Roy and Mr. Zsllner Oldsters like myself find it difficult people in new jobs Increasing Complete Auto RepairsAir
    Ironwood Golf & Club The hostesses presented Miss home and while out for a caught 7 bass and 30 specs.
    ambulance at one time. Country to grasp. Years ago, be. the national product by
    The application of Gilbert on Sunday. Walker with a gold tray and a swim he stepped on a pair of Thursday Roy caught an ll'/j; fore the first successful plane gross Conditioning Repairs

    : After reading Joe Halber- silver bowl as remembrances of email glasses. They are a lb. bass, Friday he caught 6. the flight ,at Klttyhawk, I read a 'billions.What have learned from &: Automatic Transmission
    we
    stein's column(Gainesville Sun, the parly.MELROSE. child's glasses!! with brown largest one welgYng: 8 Ibs. Roy: Jules Verne fiction story of a the of Service
    in use
    DRAGLINE WORK'BULLDOZING Monday, August II), it doesn't flsss rnrrsssrr asp frames and the lens are quite says that the specs are hitting trip to the moon and never in the variety space program of materials from PHONE 473-4404
    appear that the generation strong. I'm sure some child pretty well on the brush piles a
    my wildest imagination ever electronics Little Lake Bedford
    metals
    and
    foods to
    EARTH MOVING gap" has #any effect on the relationship must need them.!! If anyone now and are pretty good size. thought it would actually' occur. ,
    advanced this nation's capabilities -
    between Mrs. Hall knows of !someone who: has lost Well folks( that seems to be
    r- It too fantastic too unbe-
    'was to where we are In a BEAUTY SHOP
    CALL and her'20-year old grandson, their glasses, we have them all for this week, so until next I
    By Joyce Bowe livable for my small mind to :better position to meet future
    who .credits his grandmother week here's Leeon. .
    Chief here at our home.
    !Big!!!. HeavyCOnstruction and Sam Snead's book on golf ,rrrrrr S rrsrssssrsrjspPool' Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryant LEEON'S CORRNER accept.While Nell problems than at any time in KEYSTONEBEAUTY

    .Inc. as valuable aids in his game. first place prizes were have spent the pat week vacationing Sorry about the poem this week, Aldrtn Armstrong the center andEdwin our history.

    Tumlin will be a junior at in the University of Florida in Pillage Minn. Mrs. But I got a very late start. were Knowledge comes from experIence SHOP
    _., Palalka 325-7475" TI the won But I was sure to have one, of attention. as they walked a- is only possible when we
    Univeristy of South Flo- Credit Union Children's Art Bryant said they had a wonderful round the surface of the KDITH JOHNSON Owver
    rida this fall, where he plans Show by the children of Dr. trip.D. :So as not to break sameone'3, on have the courage and faith to Personal and Creative Hair &QIq -
    moon, I could not keep from ,
    cost.
    heart. move forward despite!! the
    I and Mrs. James R. Neale!! Jr. W. Carpenter has returned Krerr Form of Beauty
    thinking of Michael Collins ,
    the
    home from the hospital wherehe ;It's kInd hard to write one, We can thank the Russians forawakening' Culture Tue .-0U. 9-6; closed
    12. won
    Melrose. Jimmy
    of
    age third of the team who
    man ( their first
    When you're away from home. us with .
    underwent and is
    $5 for a pastel ortralt: Bobby surgery
    alone In the mothershlp, circled -
    Besides times it's nice.
    age 8, won $10 for taking two doing fine. some the moon like a taxi driver
    Bank first places with a charcoal Mrs. Helen, Walker of Jack To just forget things and roam. BUILDING MATERIAL
    Maybe things will! settle down waiting with his motor runningfor HARDWARE
    sonville !pent the weekend with
    portrait and a tempera paintingof
    the return of a customer
    In Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Shawver. this week KEYSTONEDRIVEIN
    an owl. Both boys were
    end the thousands of wcrkers
    by Gary Music, who Is hcme And Leeon can get on the ball. BROOKLYN
    Credit P the summer!! art class! taught and technicians who
    To try to come up with a through
    (Mrs. Edith Wallace. Elisa age from the Navy, is spending poem SUPPLY HOUSE
    their efforts made
    :: the flight
    That will be amusing to ono
    some time with his grandparents
    hand puppet
    6. won $5 with a
    v i possible. It was truly team Lumber Builder'sHardware
    Plywood
    and all. a -
    !llp optamus. She attended the Mr. and Mrs. George E1113.
    effort with thousands of .
    individuals Roofing Sheetrock
    summer class at Melrose!! Ele- Judy and Durell Nease and
    performing their Iventa:5k.s Paneling Paints Insulation
    IsYour mentary School taught by Mrs. daughter of Guyton Ga. are Judge Crews that made the event POoSs1ble. Frl., Sat. Aug. 15, 16 Tools Electrical- & Plumbing
    Ruth Ann Parr. There were 62 also visiting them. Mr. Ellis is ... '

    'entries in the contest and a a patient In the Veterans!! Hospital Completes Course : ... ........Jt ,0.1 Supplies.
    in Lake City. And behind this magnificent Hwy. 21 N. of Keystone <473-4886<
    total of 16 prizes!! awarded. The ,
    For Trial CourtsCircuit
    Jack. Lou T. C. Jeff and technical team wer millionsof .
    i exhibit will be on display In the .
    Best lobby of the Credit Union at Lou Miller George Barton, Mr. Judge John J. Crews American taxpayers and political .. ./ CONCRETE PRODUCTSFOR
    1200 S. W. Fifth Avenue during and Mrs. Lavaughn Lowry and leaders: who faced bitter
    of Gainesville, has Just completed Rock Ernest
    of Lantz and Layne, and Danny: opposition from come quartersand "Ice
    the remainder August. a course of study at the Hudson Borgnine
    Credit Mrs. W, H. Allen went to Baker of Keystone spent! last National College of State Trial stood steadfast, backing up )tal .'.. ..... CONCRETE PRODUCTS

    Quincy last week to visit her Sunday at Ichetucknee Rlv r. Judges at the University of Nevada the courageous men who finally inU CALL OR SEE

    mother. Mrs. E. A. Chest While there they went tub'ng' in Reno. accomplished the amazing feat Edward's Buildrng

    and sisters.Dr. and had a cookout until a thunderstorm The one-month course Included Sun.* Mon., Tues

    ReferenceIn and Mrs. George T. Sin- broke it up. an intensive study of the Justices of supreme courts, law 1 AUJDT. 17, 18, 19 Supply, Inc.

    gleton of Gainesville gave a Coburn and Peggy Rain of functions and problems of trial profess'>rs, and u'ur( > ,. 72S S. MAIN 372-444

    party for the personnel that he Ga'nesvllle spent the weekendat courts, including pre.trial and Judge Crews reports that the S. Gainesville, Florida

    works with at the home of Mrs.J. their lake home.: Mr. and trial procedures In civil and college was started by Justice eCQo

    T. Green on Lake Santa Fe. Mrs. Randolph Owens visited criminal cases both in trialsto Tom Clark of the U.S. Supreme

    There were 53 present.Mrs. them on Saturday. Last Sunday a Judge and trial to a jury. Court now retired, but con- Qowst.rhe'tt. NURSERY

    Sellers and chil- their daughter Suzy Jumped off tinuing to serve as chairmanof
    Peggy Included relatingto -
    opening a charge account at a are problems the college's board of dir- O.C. Carnes Nursery
    dren, Suzanne and Patricia, of the dock and landed on a gallon admission of evidence, divorce -
    store, or in any situation where you Bell, have been visiting! Mr. Jug that had been 'broken. and child custody, sen- ectors. lie added that Judge Thousands of plants

    must show you are financially responsible and Mrs. Hans F. Jacobi! and She had to have 7 stitches inher tencing and probation, the function John Judge A. II.of Murphree the 8th, Judicial presiding : Tony Randall-Janet Leigh Fruit Trees-Shade Trees

    family this past week. foot. This week, she and and handling of Juries
    good bank credit i III Circuit and a past presidentof
    Evergreens
    an Iier grandmother'! left for
    Moe Hagglund will be here a vacation Judicial ethics, and community the National Association of Wed. Thur. Aug. 20, 21''
    invaluable asset.KEYSTONE for a visit with his parents In Raleigh, N. C. Jack relations. had been Camellias & Azaleas
    State Trial Judges
    Miller also had an accident last Crews that the IN CANS
    Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hagglund.: Judge explains instrumental: in its establish- MOST ALL
    STATE BANK Sr. on August 18. week and has 6 stItches In. his program is unique in several ment. PLANT ANY TIME

    Mrs. Dick Logsdon and children finger. ways. "For one this, we are attending
    "My vacaton was spent "' Beautiful Roses -
    Member F.D.I.C. from lands spent last Billy Weber, son of Mr. and expected to do much more work the college," Judge =

    Keystone Helghta, FIa. week with her parents. Mr. Mrs. James Robbins. celebrated than we ever did In law school Crews: said. "I think it's the LandscapingPhone

    "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly' and Mrs. E. M. Robinson his birthday last Tuesday. A and, like it or not, we do it." finest advancement In the development 2001: 659-2165
    belated Happy Birthday to Instructors are nationally
    Registration for Elementary you. of American juris-
    Community. Including 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on
    schools in Putnam County will Billy. recognized authorities prudence since general accept- a space odyssey

    be August 20. !Mr. and Mrs. Poue( and fam- experienced trial Judges, ance of law schools." av>vM. HBV B HH H Hwy. 100 at ,.Florahome:

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    t good reasons. One Is to get excess Of Chemistry -. (Leicester Of The Secretaries General Of & ; Horatio. Clymer; Cousins -- Ilogaifc.
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    ;' By George T. HugglnsCOUNTY :::: will have more nutritious graze Lunatsky; Three Sisters In Tomb Fire -- De Regnlers; The "He fled from the rain and

    AGENT ing as we apprcach the fall Black .. Zierold; Teaching JUVENILE NON FICTION Glubok.JUVENILE FICTION Guinea Plus: That Went To sat down under the waterspout."

    season. The other is certainly Childing With Special Learning How TO Paint! With Water .- Old Arabian Proverb.
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    establishing! a weed-free pasture borough; The Mulberry Tree. GM

    Is your mowing machine. Frasea; The Chinese Com- ETHEL! eiHEL! \ I I

    TIME PASSES FASTIt munist Movement. U. S. WarDept. OUR LOCAL OUTS \
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    over half of those years I can The Loose -- Russell; Under-
    well remember. It seems onlya standing Corporate Statements

    short time snce!' I was in & Reports -. Foster; Readings
    high school at Alachua. Janu- In American Art Since

    ary 1, 1953 seems like a very 1900 .- Rose; Jennie -- Martin IMAGINE TATS
    t abort time ago that I started ( ; Thursday's Child Has Far NOW MAV9.

    work in Bradford County. To Go .. Lukens; Cezanne WE CAN GET THE

    Dick Williams! and I were, Cezanne; WildoraassEmplro-- ROOF FIXED
    talking about time and he re- Echert; The Americans ..

    minded me that if you love life Fur'ias; The French -. Gra-

    waste not time, for time Is mont; Byzantium -. Sherrard;

    what life is made of. Our Dad- This Baffling World -. Godwin; M'a

    dy loved life. He always wantedto Leonardo Da Vlnsl: ... Z, )\/,. ,

    make good use of time. He
    was busy doing something for ADULT FIC raD'
    at least 82 years. The Goodbye Look -. Millar .

    Even though: just a little late. ; The Locked Room Reader -

    New fast rowing irons from Africa, Is shown In expert. I want to express my sincere -- Santesson; Cosmlco- .M 3z i

    menial pitch: gown by Bryant Reddish of Lmvtey, above. If appreciation to the many peo- mics Calvino; Lilo's DIary--
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    you stand in one place: too long It'll grow to your leg County ple for their kind words and expressions Aunt Hull The Starveling-- (fl.
    of thoughtfulness. At ; ... .. ...
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    Nearly three weeks ago. I matter before it penetrates the kindness grow into mount- Oleck; Surgeon's Choice -. ., t.), }.. '.'"''' _

    visited one of our Law-ley cat soil.! It Is also necessary that ains of kindness... Slaughter-. Lipsky; The; Devil's Under Daughter The --i a'f: ;' ... :. ..t:5f: .1 :, .1. "Fl.Jl:{ 'I .: t'. ; !J II
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    Reddish about: a little nursery I'm Going To Do, I Think. } I; 't
    ] before: bedding and NEW BOOKSAT
    applying -
    plot of bermuda grass and 1 plastic to set strawberries. Woiwodo; The Center Of 111 Ji ;- :.: 1"I" .

    grass hearing, you Bryant would think brag on he Is this a \: When the strawberry bed THE LIBRARYADULT Action Garden-Of. Weidman Stanley Sweetheart--; The Magic .. ........ .I ''r111
    :Is sealed over! with plastic cover -a.: .
    natural Texan. When you see Westbrook, Cover Her With .. .: .. :. ..
    this grass there is some truth the soil is kept at a warmer I' II II II Roses .. Anderjii; Check To -1 .\-JJoIt; ..."''''' : \I ..... ... L.. ,

    In what he says. temperature. Any vegetative NON-FICTION The Queen -. Ghiotto; The
    About three months ago he matter not thoroughly rotted The Origins Of Socialism .- Allen Light -. Smith; MurderOn

    purchased: from Texas, 10 bush sets up an Ideal condition for Lichtheim; The Negligent Doctor A Bad Trip .. Drummond.

    els of bermuda grass sprigs, plant root disease organisms. -- Kramer; Politics Of ADULT REFERENCE::

    brought to Texas from Africa. So, If you haven't turned your Provincialism -. Burner_;; Pictorial Cyclopedia Of Great savings! Great selection! Great time to escape from the ordinary!
    The grass attracted attention cover crop do it now so that Strength Of Government Photography. ; New Dictionary

    because of its fast growing ability other jobs can follow in sched- Bundy; Contemporary World-- Of Chemistry-.Sharp;
    McNeIll; The CagedP'Ulthe.-. Bibliography Of Christian Phil-
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    grass.literature ties. There Bryant available Is no admits experimental yet that on this we home WILL'' KEEP hourly, dailY children or weekly.in my -.. CARL BEGGS

    Mrs Bryan, 314 N. Church St.
    must be sure about some of -D -
    i i -- =tea Gulf ServiceUSED
    2tp 8-21 I e
    the qualities that a grass must .... a

    have in producing good beef. :FOR SALE 20 acres and 7 PARTS
    When I was there I did pull uo room house. Phone 9647315. ..... Top Prices for Wrecked Oars .

    a runner that was then more 2tchg 8-21 --- ----- ,..-..:..... __1 .:.i-.I.: ... --J 24 Hour Wrecker Service

    than ten feet long. -. Fuel Oil --
    Bryant does not allow visitors! :FOR SALE 1962 Chevrolet I
    to see the grass unless he pickup! truck with Fleetside Used Car -
    301 N. Waldo
    searches them before they body. Call 964-7667._tfchg I New Innersprings PUMPSNEW USED VACUUM cleaners re- llwv. 46K-I99K
    leave. It Is dangerous to let this cond.tioned $15 10 different George E. LaRue
    FOR SALE-1964 Dodge Dart 2 CLASSIFIED AD RATES and Box Springs up.
    grass get carelessly spread di. sedan. Very good shape: I Drop Us A Card or Call AND USEDSALESPARTSSERVICE_ rime brands to choose from. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
    about because of its' fast Up to IS word. ____. 1.25 Parts & excellent repairs all
    SVH. Call 9646512. 2tehg 8-21 PALATKA EA 5-91M
    growth. If you stand In one (Minimum charge) :MRS. PEGGY SHALLER Deep & Shallow Wells mak. .s. Watson's House of hire" Homeowner I' FURNITURE Refinishing upholstering -

    spot too long it will begin to 1964 FORD >,i ton pickup. New Water LIFE & ACCIDENT
    Each word over 15 ._ .07 209 E. Adkins St. Softeners & Filters Vacuums 712 N. Main, Ga.lne.s.v1lle ;, cabinet work an-
    cling to your legs. I laid my paInt, air conditioned, radio & Furniture Expert Service" On 376-7110 tfchg Keystone Heights 47S-4692 I I tlques restated to their orlgi.
    Repaired
    cigar down to take a Polaroid heater, tool boxes, excellent Extra charge If not I All Makes nal beauty. Call C. E. Jackson
    picture. I finished the picture, condition. Priced right. Ph. 964- paid In advance ____ .33 Upholstered & Refinished DID: YOU KNOW It's easy to 1313 Madison St.. Starke. Phone
    and have not found my cigar 7418. 3tchg 8-28 MATTRESSES REBUILT Plumbing/ Service -v.vti a Longcnamp Home? tfch
    MEN WANTED Men cottage 9645370.
    -
    yet. Starke, Agent Phone 964-7061 Better nullt for F Jr.a:! llv-/ I|
    TURNING AND FOR RENT- Attractively fur- Memorials Resolutions You: '' pa-ents age over 21. Startingpay
    MOWING HASTINGS MATTRESS DURRANCE PUMP: mn plan or ours
    TI.IEAugust:\ nishecl bachelor: apartment, air- : S295 month pr:motlon op- FILING CABINETS, Type-
    7 cent per word & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AND SUPPLY CO. Your lot or ours. Contact Bufotrt -
    Is turning and mowing ron time for our farmers. Straw. riatfys] Harrington 337 N. Wal- RRi:1! : P O. Box 238. Starke In pa l. 8 hour day 5 Safes. Bradford County
    I CARDS OF THANKS' INSURANCE day: week, sck: leave vacations. I
    nut St. tfchg II Telen-aph.
    berry growers have or will I MEN WANTEDLaundry tf;'a I
    I state retirement If Interested
    have cover crops turned under 50 words or less .-- 3.C3 workers. Kitchen aids laborers -) AT REDUCED RATES
    L RE COTTAGE. furnished AUTO. FIRE BOAT i please apply In person. Personnel Lake Front Properties

    this that week.legume It cover Is very crops Important have -nt) pftpr week 4:30.or: month. Call Itchg 4734lv I Each word over 50 __ ..07I I man, ,cottage cooks!; and parents clerks! 1IT0und1I watch- INSURANCE DOYLE E. CONNER JIMMY: MOORE'S Manager. S-inland. Gainesville Training, Fla.Center !I Acreages large and small

    sufficient time for complete: de keeper truck driver. Five AGENCYtell. Trailer Lots
    I An equal opportunity employer. -
    composition. This vegetative de- MOBILE HOME Nice loca- i I day week, eight hour day.. SUN SPORTS
    OFFICIAL BusinessesS.
    Homes!
    cmpoi'tlon! is very necessary ':'"n. Couple only or adult. I ;tate; retirement: vacations,
    for effective soil fum'gatlon.': Gl-.dys: Harrington, 337 N. Walnut | INSPECTION STATION I sick leave. If interested please BAIRD I MOOKK( BOAT TOR
    E.
    8 A.M. 5:30 M. McKay
    Open Dally P. .
    If there is apply in Personnel '
    a vegetative matter tfchg Except Saturday 8-12 Noon I person Mobile Homes 'rOt'RIOSE1': ED WAINWRIGHT
    left in the soil that is not Manager Sunland Training -
    !Starke! Ph. ('1-5791
    AGENCYFor Realtor Appraisal'ServiceKeystone
    thoroughly rotted soil fumigates PAYROLL ENVELOPES HILL'S GARAGE I Center. Oilnesvllle. )Ia. NEW and USED

    will be absorbed by this Bradford!964-6305.County Telegraph.Ph i 1 Keystone Heights An equal opportunity employer .-] 8-10-12' WideGainesville Tuck load discount prices All Your Hts. 473.4816
    Insurance NeedsSpecializing
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    Telephone 473-465 I Hu:.ter Fishl/g: Boats by Ca-

    JacksonvilleBusiness FURNISHED APARTMENTS t.rr.hltl Good Quality ccl Craft 12' 14' $189.00 up. in
    far rent Kingsley Lake, one Mobile Home InsurancePh. THE KEY TO .
    I FOR RENT: TV sets, baby SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic j Reasonably Pricedr.'nes'ille
    bedroom! electric kitchen oil bds, elec. guitars, amplifiers, I Letters & Numbers for interior Starke 96.1.6818 Gracious Living
    heat, dock privileges, no pets. I I' refrigerators: day or week. DA. and exterior use. All sizes coI I I 378-2785 FAYE'S FABRICS. Hiway 301( 1 Town House
    prvleed Guaranteed and
    S60 month. available now. 1 HMER'S 9647923. tf chg I lors. Bradford County Telegraph 1'j ml. north of Waldo. Open WANTED: Used Wringer-Wash-
    Delivered In Starke
    Phone 533-2952 for appointment. I tf Area Fri., Sat. nights till 9. Sundays Will cash or take In APARTMENTSSell
    _3tp B-28 SEWING MACHINE _Cleaned, I NO EXTRA COST 127. Weekdays 9-6. TFchg i, er. pay or RentFurnished
    PHOTOCOPIERS from $99.50to trade on anything DAHMER'S,
    oiled and adjusted In :
    i yourhome
    13thGalrr'vlile :
    US! 441 N. 4502 NW
    FOR SALE- 2 bedroom home. i S3.00. Vacuum cleaner re- $625. Take the drudgery out I 378-178: CZCRASE TYPEWRITER I 9647923. tf-chg
    DirectoryAuto LII-RC kitchen and living room, i pars! also. All work guaranteed. ,f raper work.--B-adford Coun- PIPER, Mimeo Paper, Bond or Unfurnished
    I WILL BUY Used Appliances,
    :
    tile bath hardwood floors car Dennis E. Cogglns, Phone 431- tv Telegraph tfj I ?afcr. :Notebook; Fillers. Buford Mitchell
    I
    Furniture, TVs Stereos, anything
    and porch nice
    port on corner
    rcrrdford County Telegraph.
    1428. Phoaes i
    tfchg :
    Sales and Service lot; 4400. Phone 964-7582. LOOKING for a bargain? Come' cmw)1IAH'NF.) ; ; of value. DAHMER'S
    mornings It out to the Old Griffis Trading L>-ree"t .selflctlons from which BUY SELL TRADE: Used M4-6853_ ,- 9M67&LAKE
    I tchos!. Pfiff. Nt'-chi Nelco.. TO BUY OR SELL acreage in
    Parrish MotorsSALES Post, see our large collection Furniture Appliances, Toys,
    FOR SALE-2 Welch ponies 14 iller BrownVolkswagen antiques. bottles! glass. We I Men- Home ft Universal. Tcoii. Wimberly's TradingPost this area, large or small (we
    months old: gentle and being REPAIR ALL MAKES. also specialize In waterfront
    We have plenty of used furniture 7434 Blandin Blvd.,
    broke. Also 2-horse wagon, : electric Jacks Ivt1e.! tfchg property) please call Ogilvie,
    stoves stoves !
    gas I P'tttional' Sewing
    SERVICE pony size. 1 set new harness I pssociate, Frank League, Broker COTTAGE for rent, fur-
    refrigerators freezers, bookcases
    PARTS VOLVO bridle and halters. Will sell I, Mach' Co. FOR SALE Clover and Costal ':! 958 Mikeal Ave.. Jacksonville nished. By week or month. Lake.
    bed posters, beds and all n .
    cheap If all are taken or will Jermadi baled: hay. Ton or 765-4198 or 388-9873. Brooklyn. Call after 8 p.m..
    kinds of Junk. Come out andbrowse
    sell single.-James S. Mcrivcther. flit \V. t'rvt'.ltv! A\'". :378.135: by bale. J. B. White, phone I I 12tchg 828 473-3261. tfchat
    Always Good Used Cars- arourd. We buy sell or
    Box 614 Keystone 9646114. tfchg
    921 Laura St. Ph. 356-5654 Heights, Fla, 32656, phone 473- New & Used II' trade. 2 miles North of Starke I-- SUPER:: STICK Vinyl Plastic I SERVICE Small appliancesat

    40R2.!!!!:! 2t 8-21 Sales Service ':!tIJ'! l on 301. tremil'l ZIG ZAG FOR $34 I II PLUMBING: REPAIRS All I Letters, all sizes colors. Permanent Starke Hardware Co. 108 E.

    NICE COUNTRY HOMEon : EWING MACHINE Orlg'.ml: time septic tank service 24 hour far use on wood glass Call St. Phone 964-5311. tfcha

    KI.FfTRIC MOTORS 2 Bedroom Air Conditioned: : MOBILE 1 MI. North of Tire Mall S. R. 22i. 3 B. R., Fla. Rm. Guarantee: cvnthed: In sMpnv -1 ,eivlce.! : Free est.mates.: Ed Ro- plastic! pa-er. metal leather,
    HOME -Kingsley Lake- bests pivcne; 7823500. 4tp 821i ANYTHING f -Bradford CountyTelegraph.
    GAINESVILLEFOR Hirdwood floors now paint. I II >nt. Zig Zags. makes button-,,,
    (Thll S-n-21fi6 tf
    PEAVY Brothers _Tfchg, Sell fumhed\ o* unfurnished. :! 1orle.. sews on buttons, decora- i FOR SALE-1960 Rambler Rebel

    FOR SALE-One Billy and one B II Powell. Brooker. Ph. W4-J t've des'gns. monograms, etc. station wagon. Automatic, Ra- ADDING MACHINE ROLLS.

    Electric Co., Nanny goat, $35 each. Both SALE Concrete! block fI.tA4, Night 9646810. i Just pay balance: $34 or $8 per I i dio. Heater, Good condition. File Folders complete: line office 1 1

    from registered) stock. Phone house; 3 bedroom, 1 bath, central Large House And Grounds I month. Phone Jacksonville New Tag John Morris. Ph. supplies.The Telegraph
    Electric MotorsSold 1fl4-W22!! Itchg heat St alr- ndltlonlng. Cory i COLLECT 353-1946 nite or day. 9645193. 2tp B-14 Phone 964.6305.EXPERIENCED. 1
    Frame dwelling ((1440 sq ft.) Ask for Credit Manager. Will 1
    Serviced Repaired ner lot. Phone 964-5387. tMig I
    Generators Starters Armatur WANTED-Cook: to work in Ft. large metal shoo with cement deliver, no obligation. 1606 FOR RENT- Furnished 1 bed-I WAITRESS 1
    I
    Rewinding. Lauderdale. Call Collect, Mr. floor. 3 acre fenced & cleared Main Street. 4tchg 8-28:! room apartment Couple or wanted. Relief shift. Good pay.

    Bm-gJ-ss! Phani Sfi6-R260_It I land. A. J. Thomas Realtor,) single: person: only. Also fur.nls'1ed Apply in person LonghornReuauiant.
    Lenox 387-2528
    '::104014 Jax. STEREO CONSOLE COMBO: I
    Tel. W4-5701 apartment for lady only. 301( South. tfchg
    FOR RENT-Partly furnished 2 TUNING Take 2 month
    REPAIRINGMELODY up payments on ,
    ItchgMARY
    964-6416 after 3
    CHI:
    PIANOS bedroom hou=e. 610 Colley FORTY ; to 400 r; pro- old beautiful walnut stereo con- p.m. No. 840 20 acre farm and 2 F-

    Road: ; $55 month. Phone 964- PIANO fit in spare time using your rolet like nevi 4-speed record I bedroom. home close in. Priced

    YAMAHA: PIANOS 5.1:>3. tfchg back yard to grow live bait for changer combination radio. I I I below $10,000 with terms.

    CONN and KIMBALLORGANS SERVICEPhOne fishing throughout Southeast. i Balance due $68 or $9 per No. 832 Attractive 3 bedroom

    MOVING -Hou'e full furniture Low initial investment, returns month. Phone! Jacksonville COLLECT home and guest cottage located
    for snle reasonable. Phone 964- by spring. Write Bill Frisbee. I 353-194611lght or day. I out of town with one acre lot.

    5004.! ltp 9 f Box.264-6418.205. Middleburg. 2tp or call 8-14 ,i iI I I deliver.Ask for no Credit obligation.Manager. Will 1606 down Priced payment.Strout at $12,000. and small 2nd Ave. & 2nd St. SE

    Near The Post Office
    Main Street. 4tchg 8-28 CARTER Realty
    FOR SALE-By owner. 22 acres FOR RENT Furnished small
    be'\\'E'I'" Starke and Keystone.KIPO 378.5197Gainesville 2 bedroom house in Starke i Resr. B-ooker! GAINESVILLEBUYING

    ::( per :acre. Call 4734971. Itp Fla. close In: $55 month. Call 475- 2117 N, Tempi Avenue.
    H22. Melrose Starke, Fla Ph. 964-6609
    tfchg
    PAINTS
    Rebuilding RefinishingVICTOR

    I FOR SALE -Hand embroidered FOR RENT- 4 room and bath: CAMPERSALES FOR RENT 12 wide, 2 bed
    pllowca! *!. Llnnie M. limits.
    furnished apartment. Couple room tralUr cutslde! city
    KIMBALL I "SWIN ;ER" Brown!, 1 mile West of Hamp- cnly. no p-t.. Call 964-852, 0;> F. llrmvnlre S J. B. Wh'tte. 964-6114. tfchg
    ORGANS tnn. Rf>nd 221 Itp ELECTRIC TALLY. tfch
    Roosevelt Mall-388-8519 MASTER Add Machines with ? 2920 Waldo R03dGlIl1elvl'lc WOMAN BOOKKEEPER -

    FOP SALE-Wringer type wash. subtraction. SPECIAL. this WILL BABY SIT in my home 378-0891 must know double-entry book, LANDDixie
    ir-t mnchlne! like new. Phone month only, $69.95. Ideal for''
    '
    WESTERN STORE by day or week. Call 964-7l'59 Authorized Dialer keeping ard some typing. Send
    001-74,8. Up home or light office work.-j''I or 964-72B9 Itp "!tarcraft": "Dreamer" resume to: "B". Drawer A. Land Co.
    Bradford Count'Telegraph.
    tfl I "Wheel Camper" Starke, Fla. tfchg
    HAVE SEVERAL opening! In WANTED riders to downtown
    LITTLE DUDE Mnirn!\ : Pr'jests'' Nursery School LUZIER Cosmetics needs. you. ; JasksonvllU. Call 473-3212. Keystone Travel Trailers Truck r P. O. Box 158
    t.irtlnir August 18. Call 964- A subsidiary of Bristol Myers. I I \ Heights Itp, Campers Fo'd DownSALES I CAR WASH FOR SALE3 br. home, carpet

    Western Store 724 or 204 N. Thompson St. We train no stock to carry.!I A SERVICE I In L. R., and D. R. and St. Marys, Ga.4tp
    hall. bath, built-in! kitchen
    7t chg 9-21. Call Lake Butler. 496-3441. i KINGSLEY LAKE Colt a It"' .- 14 9-4
    4tchg for ale, waterfront property. | enclosed garage central heat.
    Western Clothing -- Leather- ADDING MACHINES: Man 8-281 I Very good location. Living R.. LOST 2 black heifer calves, WE MAKE Call 64-7541. tfclig
    Saddles and Trailers
    foods, A ual or electric For Hale or SEVERAL AQHA two year old Dlnng: R.. two bedroom kitchen weight ap ro. 350 to 400 lb... ADDING MACHINE ROLLS.

    Charles Sharon Patty rent. Add. ftulitrart. credit bal colts for .sale. Good blood lines. equipped one bath porch csch. If found please notify! WILL IRON, mend or babysitIn File Folders, complete: line office

    . 801 8. Edgewood M4-1S19 ance. Bradford County Tele W. S. Sherwood. Ph. 9646742. I and dock. Will show August 23 Vernon ReddISh Ph. 9646530. KEYS my home. Phone 9645612. supplies -The Telegraph

    -- ffrnpfa. Itchg I to 30. Phone 266-4477, Baldwin. 4tchg 9-4 3tchg 8-21 Phone I&+U05.ww .

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