Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 31, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Julian C. Yonge

U. of Fir? Library -History

Gainesville) Fla'32612

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going to pick tha not believe it would be possi-
A public hearing the
At 5-Hour SessionCommission on
ble for the board to pass the
budget apart before we vote or proposed $3.1 million school
A Small RequestBut it," EI. A. Lawson,School Boarc: budget for 1989-70 will beheld budget Friday night followingthe
chairman, said when asked his public hearing and that he

Wields Axe In Effort$ An Important One opinion school on the $3.1 expenditure million proposed for .School at Board's 7 p.m. Friday office in in the the believes meetings are additional"needed budget

1969-70. county: courthouse. Although board members did

(AN EDITORIAL) "We got to get that thing receive detailed breakdowns of

straight and get out of the red," Board Member Cbarles Sawyer the budget, as SuperintendentTom
To Hold Millage In New Budget Lawson continued, referring to '' echoed Lawson 'When he Casey promised, Sawyer

Although we commend the efforts of the (County the\ deficit which has been revealed said, "I'm not anywhere near said he still needs a completely -

Commissioners to hold down taxes by cutting bud- tor the last our yearsat ready to pass the budget." clear understanding of I

Seated around the table like butchers around a and retirement payments here- get requests, we believe they made a serious error the end of the fiscal year. Sawyer explained thathe did the dean department of students."heads and the ,

chopping block] four determined County Commissioners tofore handled by the State. when they turned down the relatively small in- The breakdown simply says,

I managed to trim some $31,627 from the tentative The with county$15,025 must In also medical come aida crease asked by the county library. .. "20 Department Heads $875 --

1969-70 budget in five-hour work session that endedat up d nursing home care to In- The library requested an increase from $15,000to I $17,500."

12:34 Tuesday morning. digents, and $10,000 for salary $16,000. That is a $1,000 increase and Tax (Previous budget discussions
have indicated
Board members Indicated Increases for county officials. Assessor Gene Long tells us it would take only Item is a supplement that the to$875 be

they were not yet satisfied with ther. (To the taxpayer, one Most departrnentaundercounty .00217 mill to bring in $1,000.Or paid to department heads foran
mill amounts to $1 taxes for are also asking for ,
the trim Job, and that they $1,000 of assessed value.) operation raises, for their employees. let's look at it another way. In the county's : extra hour's work per day.)
would sharpen their knives every pay 20 items that not Nt Sawyer also said he'd "liketo
For the first draft, whichno While the Commission granted budgets there are some are
and return to the chopping( block one really expected to be five per cent salary Increases by law and which, are over $2,000. Perhaps the $100,000 know where the from additional"Sawyer
afternoon coming '
Monday Aug. 4. i Is Clerk Charles to those who asked, any- these
The Monday night cuts approved as Commissioners could take $26 from each of was referring to the $101- I
rep- Darby took all requests and the thing above five per cent was have b00 to the library.' "{ 810 I
resent a reduction of about accounts and thus $ give r v. a deficit for 1968-69 which
law and In all 15 requestswere
fixed ,
various Items sliced.
.730 mills from the 2.261 in-' submitted it to the Commis- cut completely, or sliced Surely then the county could afford another $500 is apparently coming out of

crease that would have been sion. The total revealed that somewhat; one item was upped; (.00158 milll) to come up with the $1,000 whichwas r the money for 1969-70. I

necessary various to grant all requestsof millage would have to soar to and eight items were left with requested and is badly needed.On "There are other things in

the Commissioners departments began before their 8.939 if all requests were question marks still by them July 20 mankind took his first step on the there I've already said I'm

trimming. The budget's first granted. That's when Com- when the board adjourned after moon. On Tuesday, nine days later, the first live opposed to, and I still am,"
decided few chop midnight.
concluded.One .
draft ( which Is little TV. These events Sawyer
more thaneverybody's ping sessions were in order. pictures of Mars were shown on of the things to which
"want list") reflected Some of the increase has been Items trimmed Monday night illustrate, as nothing else could, the astonishing Sawyer was referring is the

a total of $746,819 -_ forced on the county by the were: the deputy clerks salary rate at which man's knowledge and ideas arc ex- salary hike tentatively budgeted
some $169,345 above the $577- the office of the Clerkof
fund for
State in bills passed by the 1969 '
474 budgeted in 1968-69. much fund- theClrcult Court, from $19- panding. Gerald Williams/ Jimmy Bowen for Supervior,Connie Clark.
Legislature placing 050 to $14,800 (Clerk Darby Books, magazines and other materials found In Council Council Group 4. Casey requested, and includedIn !
level rather Group
After Monday night's session, ing on county the tentative budget, a raise
and additional
to employ must with this rapid
had planned the county library keep pace
than on the state, as In the past.
it would require an increaseof clerk at $4,250 Brad- from $12,270 to $15,000 for
will find themselves]
1.531 mills to balance the For example, Bradford portion of the growth or Bradford Clark.
new budget, Commissioners County must now come up with ford County's for the Circuit Court ill-equipped to deal with this era. Member Seeber Goodman also

left little doubt they intendedto some $35,000 In new funds to Judge's salary secretary and clerk Yes, there are schools in the county and they do is opposed to an increase of this

reduce this figure still fur match employee Social Security (one job) from $1,986 to $1- have libraries. But if a man's education ends when size for Clark. "Theres; only

686; funds for courthouse jani- the school doors close behind him, he is a vary A one big item that"I'm definitely -

torial services, from $8,840to educated man. isi not In favor of and that's
$7,540 (this Includes part- M .Clark's salary," Goodman said.
Board Told Zoning time worker to clean the agriculture Perhaps we should point out that members of the 'Z "It's too big a raise for one

building, and the or- library staff did not request pay raises as did many i d' year and I'm not going to vote

iginlal figure also Included pay other county employees. Of the $1,000 requested, for it."

for an additional worker at the $900 would be used so the local library could] participate ;' b i ix Goodman also said that

Possible Without new courthouse). in a new service being offered by the Florida + + following on June the budget 24 he was work under session -

Mileage for the board's attorney State Library the imprasslon that Casey would

budgeted at $125, was Through this service the local library would be a get a raise that would keep

Voter ReferendumIn cut mented out entirely.that County Darby AttorneyT com- able] to purchase books at 4Vfc per cent or more dis- w him five per cent about the

A. Yawn never drew any count beyond its present library discount The State next highest paid school off- ,

money for mileage, and Yawn library would also process books and have them icial (this was said to be a
letters )
to the County Commission. this weeK, policy .
commented, "I don't see any ready for shelving.We .
attorney Theron A. Yawn told the board it had point in leaving it in there." 'believe it is impossible to over emphasize the Member Rodney Hall had the
no legal authority to enjoin a Jacksonville ] Law administrative supplieswere
trimmed from $2,000 to Importance of the county library, and we urge the Dill Rosser Maurice White same impression, as did The
constructing and maintaining a "trailer court"tapon Commissioners to do all they can to insureIts Telegraph. However, a raise
from County
$1,050 County Library Chief of Police Council Group 4.
a tract of lake-front property located within, for Casey is not In the tenta-
$16,000 to $15,000 ( the same growth.
.or near, a residential n ighbol"hood.Yawn 1968-69); motor vehicle inspection Their Hats Are In RingSee tive budget according to the
breakdown mailed Board
from $17,360 to $17- to
the board how- ( Announcements On Inside! Pages) members on July 19.
advised nuisance to the residents of 256; TB hospital fees for indigents -
ever, that under a special act Geneva Park Estates and will from $1,200 to $1,000. "I 1 see nothing wrong with
( 63-1132)passed by the the budget Itself," Hall said,

1963 sion Chapter could Legislature proceed, the with Commis-zoning adversely their"I residential understand affect properties.that the the value own-of were Recreation sliced from Board$19,752 requests to Seven Have QualifiedOn For Three Offices Clark's although salary he later might"added"that be

regulations without a referen- ers of some of the homes in $10,000 (still a $3,000 Increase open"I discussion
just want
some assurances -
dum. Point Estates have ask- 1968-69 budget figures)
Geneva about
will live within the
ed this board to seek an injunction and Commissioners said the 9 Election BallotMrs. we"
Yawn later told The Tele- prohibiting the development total Increase should to the September City budget, Hall stressed
graph that work on the coun1iY'sproposed of the mobile home Starke Department since it has The Telegraph was unableto
contact the fifth board
zoning code is vir-
park within, or near, the exclusive the largest and most active Seven have qualified member H.W. (Buster) Bennett
persons (
tually complete and that the chanlc at Terwillegar Motors.
fcr former
residential area described recreation program. White: teaches: at Starke the field Is open
regulations could be adopted and to date for the September 9 city It is Bowen's first try for public who for comment.
While I personally! The Road & Bridge fund was Elementary School. police chief Bill Rosser :
put into effect in a matter of sympathize with the plight ol' cut about $4,000by' reducing election. office. (See more complete announcements lost t to: Biggs !in 1967 and Deputy
a few weeks If the effort ispushed. the owners ot these 'tine proposed salary Increase- The last three to qualify put Another political] newcomer, on candidates elsewherein Sherilf Kenneth Fuqua a. former Rotarians Hear
I limit to five cent, their money: down for the same Mrs. Maurice J. Whit, qualified
homes, must my con- road employes per this issue.) city policeman. .
sideration of the matter to Its and the reserve for contingencies race the Group 4 Council: for the, Grcup 4 seat Tues A two-way race has develop District Governor.
In his letter to the board con- legal aspects. was reduced by $3- feat, presently held by Gerald day. She is believed! to be the
ed for the office of! maycr, with So far no competition: has de On Official Visit
cerning the proposed injunction 000. However, the $3,500 set Williams. first Negro to run for public Incumbent Carl Hurst opposedby veloped for Jimmy McRae who:
Yawn said: "Nuisances may be classified up for bridge materials was 'Williams qualified for reelection office in Starke, and is also the
Nolan Woodburn. Starke holds the Grouo 2 scones; seat, Starke Rotarians[ welcomed
"I ,
understand the factual either as public or private increased by $500 as recom- port the 23rd. Also qualifying first woman to come on the
Jeweler. or for City Clerk Merrill Ed District Governor R. Gentry
background of the question to A public nuisance as a mended by Commissioner J. on the same dale was Jimmy
city political since Mrs.
scene With Incumbent Police Chief wards., Both: have Bald they White[ of St. Augustine, on his
be this Geneva Point Estatesis this,
: rule affects the public at large, M. Norman. Last year Bowen, a former city policeman Ruby B. Johns retired from luncheon
would but official visit at their
that neither
Bcbby Biggs announcing run again
residential[ neighborhood
a while a private nuisance affects item was budgeted at $5,800. nvho's! now employed as a mev.ww-
located upon the shores of Lake the individual or a limit R & B salaries totaled $100- the council several years ago. he will! not offer far re-election, had qualified up to Wednesay meeting Wednesday, July 23.

Geneva in Bradford County. ed number of individuals[ only. 233 after the trim, as com- -..;.:.,&..;:.....;,...,..,......,........_..:...:"..:.:.::.:.:".............................................,.,.,.,..........uu..uuu...................... .............-.. ..,. .. .... Mr. White Is one of 298 Rotary -
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residential"It Is a neighborhood private homes of! fine located violate public rights, subvert this item last year. FiBB;; I world resentatives who are of serving Rotary Interna-as rep-
public order, decency and morals l 14 Applications Position
upon lots having a land or cause Inconvenience or Courthouse and annex cap- tional, which has more than
value of upwards of $10,000 damage to the public generally. ital expenses were cut from 650.000 members In !some' 13.-
each, exclusive: of improvements $5,000 to $500; salaries for Fourteen 752 clubs In 146 countries
applications have Is
One of the applications
"A private nuisance is one sheriffs deputies: and assistants already been Then Sally Nelson: CUBB Mrs. Nelson later explainedto : around the world.
received .and
that violates only private rights from $52,459 to $51,100, more from B. R. Fountain' deputy secretary, Bald she had just The Telegraph that she was A member and past presidentof
"I Informed that the own- are cominj'ln! fcr the position of director, who has been on leave St. Augustine i
and produces damage to but one and expenses in the sheriff'sdepartment received:: a letter from Fountain, handed! the sheet of paper wltl1Fountain' the Rotary
of tract of land located executive director: of CUBB Eco of absence: to attend school In electedto
er a or a few persons, and as such other than sala- which sh:! summarized as follows .! reply Just 'as the hov White was
wiCun, or near this subdiv- must! be redressed by private ries, from $31,620 to 30320. nomic Agency Washington, D. C. : "It's a letter: In reply U' meeting convened Minday: office at the Rotary conven-
ision is in the prxess of action. A nuisance is an inter- Public Defender R. A. Green Board President Franklin a June 2Cth l later: He states hs nigh tion in Honolulu in May 1969.
developing a tract of land to The Agency's Board decided Keller .said night, addressedthe
Increase of Monday While In Starke he
Jr. requested an
had replied but the Istter
ference with the use and enjoyment : must Present at the meeting ware
be subdivided into lots which in Bradford's et its Monday night trusting "We've sent several communi club at Its regular meeting
of land, and !Is a wrong' 50 per sup- have gone ''astray. He says he two field reprssentatives: from
to the that the committee
will be sold or rented of hIs office personnel cations to him asking him If he
to who have plement to expenses would be Interested in Wednesday -
only beingdirector. of the assembly
persons property /Atlanta headquarters and held an
of house trailers or should meet to consider the
owner which would have been an 'would return. To date have
; rights or privileges in vrs He would be available Office of Economic: Opportunity. afujrawnwith Rotary president -
mobile homes. applications at 7:30 Aug.
the land. increase from $3,600 in 1968- p.m. had no communication from, Sept. 1." J. D. Doyle and otherclub
"I am further informed that 69 to $5,400 In the new budget. ill In Green Cove Springs. him." (Continued on Page Four) for
officials to
the residents of Geneva Point The board trimmed $900 from .
It thus becomes activities during the coming
Estates fear that the develop- this request, allowing Green
ment of this tract into mob- the prospective nuisance $4,500. Airs. Dyal Wins year.
die home park may create a this board has been asked to r fi ,
prohibit Is a private rather County Agent G. T, Hugglns h
than a public nuisance. My requested a $1,625 net increasefor Grand Prize New Patrolman

research disclosed no autho- the operations of his department P
GIRL SCOUT Employed By
rity under which this board thereby touching off In Contest

may act to abate any formof more than an hour long discussion y Police DepartmentCity
DAY CAMP nuisance, either public or when his figures and _

private. the board's did not jibe as to Mrs. Carolyn DyalofBrooker Police Department em
Camp Neyatl the total budgeted for agriculture '
"Chapter 60.05, Florida Sta- last was the grand prize winner of I ployed a 11man! Tu?sday,
Kingsley Lake tutes, confers upon certain pro year.Commissioner the Mystery Merchants contest, i bringing the department's total!
August 4.7 secuting officers of the State [ Ralph Bryan receiving- $150 in gift certificates s > I number cf emplcjses to 14.

'August 11-14 J ) the responsibility for instigating said that according to the from the 30 cooperating ,,r, T Hired as a patrolman! was

(One R-Day Ser' irn) action to abate a public board' s figures, the 1968-69 Starke merchants. ,,. 'j p 4 ; Kenneth Rict y, 37 who was

For (;iris!l 7 to 17 nuisance. However, no responsibility ag department budget of $17- Featured merchants in the i;,,).,/ employed at the! Florida State
is placed upon any pub- 043 had apparently been over- final week are: Prison 33 a correction officer

Sponsored! liy lic officer, board or agencyto spent by about $950. Hoggins' ;/(. J .. Before moving to Florida
Council - -
Gateway take action to abate a private figures, however, showed the JEANF.TTE: IIAMILTON, whoa ; chey wOl'k;j in law enforcement
total I budgeted( for his department !In two in northern
nuisance. ( associated with her husband, of Union and
part been of Starke Inc.,
Countyhas Slade Gas ,
as $17,993,50.Ilugglns Lynn, in Southern Marine at tric. Inc. for the past two years. Alabama H? was a patrolman
owner and operator of New Slade Gas of Jacksonville, Inc.
This Contributed
Space Yawn concluded his opinion staled after the meeting 412 K.: Call St. in Starke. Mr Method Cleaners in Starke sine She !Is the daughter of E, A. Mr. Sawyer is a member of and later Chief of Police ofOdenvllle

Weekly to Publicize by stating that' anv citizen Hamilton started the businesssix July 1968. Mr. Thomas has had Winkler, founder the business the Bradford County School Ala., a town a little

Community: Events by: who is the victim of a private that his budget for the cur- years ago, and has steadily 15 years experience In the dry which has operated Underhill InStarke for is Board, a trustee of the First smaller\ than Stark! accordingto
rent could not have been Mrs.
many years.
nuisance, or who feels year expanded his operation, which cleaning business, most of this Methodist Chll1'.h..M treasurer : Capt. Bill Chambers:
slnco he still had a bowling enthusiast, and a
The CommunityState that his neighbor's course of overspent now Includes Gainesville Ma- time In Lake City, wherehewas of the Florida LP Gas From\ Cdenville: Richey moved
$4,000 hand to the department member of the Women's Bowling
action may lend to the creation on carry rine on South MalnSt,in Gaines- employed before coming to Association. He is a memberand to Tnllcbega, Ala., where he
Association[ Gainesville.
Bank to the end of the of
of a private nuisance may, ville. Before establishing his Starke. has also served as presi- joined the police fore: : of that
Accounts Now InsuredUp in his own name, instigate In fiscal year on October I, own business, Mr.I Hamilton was CHARLES J. SAWYER, came dent of the Starke Rotary Club, town.

to 15,000 by the Circuit Court to enjoin the Bryan then urged that all department employed by the DuPont Co. JULIA WKLLS: UNDERHILL, to Starke in labu all l nas im and Starke Golf & Country Club, The: new patrolman who be
creation or maintenance of a heads receive! copies II. I.. THOMAS, a native a native of Starke has been In the LP gas business since and the Starke-DradtordCowty gins work; ; today (Thursday) is

nuisance. 'Continued( on Page Four) of Providence in the western associated with Winkler Elec- that time. He Is president of Chamber of Commerce. married\ : and has three children.

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Of Interest To. .. 'IDWOMEN Tea.HonoringMrs. PellumAt District MeetingThe Club ResultsThe

Crews Home NortheastFlorldaTuber-' Starke Duplicate Bridge
1/2 tables in playat
culosis and Respiratory Dis- Club had 5
x Street Recreation
District met Tuesday the Pratt
Mrs. L. T. Crews, Mrs. F. ease evening in the Club Continentalin Center Tuesday night.
G. Conner, Mrs. Ewell Lawson, Orange Park. Mrs. Eldon East-West winners were Mrs.
Mrs. H. A. Lawson, Mrs. Ruth and Mrs. John Haney Hoyt Jones and Mrs. William
J:Gladys iMboly: Phone 984.76'08Parties Frazier and Miss Madge Mid- of Kimmons Keystone Heights, Mrs. Hal Oster with a score of 36 1/2.
dleton entertained at a tea Wed- Hamilton of Starke and Mrs. Mrs. Mark Hamilton and Mrs.
nesday afternoon of last weekat Lake represented Harry Mooty were second with
Given Pellun Nate Dyal of Hampton
Mrs. C. R. Braswell Mrs. Justine the home of the former on the local area. 35 1/2.

For Janet Hardy, Hostess To BPWMrs. Weds Mr. WheelerIn West Call Street honoring Mrs. Dr. H. L. Stephens of Orange South winners '
Justine Martha Pellum, whose and reports were North were
BrideElectMiss Lake CityMrs. marriage to Milton Wheelerof Park presided on the air pollution contest Jim Fox and Mrs. Damn Boyd,
& '. Lake City was an event of given hearing on of Keystone Heights, wit h a
C. R. Braswell was ., congressional and Mrs.
Janet !Hardy, whose evening to Justine R. Pellum, of : Saturday. air pollution, pulmonary func- score of 48. Mr.
Thursday .
marriage to Gene Ivey will be Starke Starke, and Milton Wheeler of Arrangements of pink lilies tion testing program and the Clyde Terwillegar were.
of the
an event of Saturday, August the July meeting Lake City were united In mar- L were used in the living recently organized' Scout troop at 45.

2, at 8 p.m. in the First Bap- BPW Club. riage on Saturday, July 26, at :b>> t4'i room. The tea table was cov- for asthmatic boys sponsoredby Overall winners were Fox and
tist Church, was honored at Mrs. Gene Pearson, presi- P.m. In the First Church of God, ered with a white lace the District.
several parties during the past dent, led a discussion about the Lake City. The ceremony was \ 1" cloth over pink linen and helda Officers were elected with Boyd.The weekly tournaments are
week. District Three meeting which performed by Rev. A. O. Sel centerpiece of pink and white Mrs. Hugh Mathews of Jack-
On Wednesday of last week, lers. } ttahlP and president and Mrs. open to the public :
will be held Starke in September. gladioli, carnations mums. sonville as 7:30 in the Pratt Street
Mrs. A. N. Holllday and daughter The group planned to attend Baskets of white gladioli and 'i Mrs. H. A. Lawson greeted Ralph Milberger of Green Cove Recreation p.m.Center.
Miss Hope lIolliday, and the Gainesville Club's annual mums were used in decoratingthe guests at the door and pre- Springs as secretary.
Mrs O. L. Haynes Sr. gave a Friendship Night on Aug- altar. Yew markers were : sented them to Mrs. Wheelerand
luncheon for Miss Hardy. Arrangements ust 19 and finished plans for "mums" tied with white satin dt': Mrs. Crews. Miss Mid--
of pink and white the year book. bows and lilies of the :; dleton invited guests into the i
summer flowers were used in valley.A : dining room. Mrs. Arthur Mc- ? The "Surrey with the Fringe
the party rooms of the Haynes Mrs. JoAnn Crosby was appointed .'. -- Rae and Mrs. Conner presided on the Top" was responsible for
home for the occasion. as Personal Develop- program of wedding music +Mwr.. at the punch bowl, and Misses the pneumatic .-,. ...
Guests were seated at three ment chairman. A programon was presented by Mrs. Walter Katherine Peek and Carolyn tire. The first
individual tables where each early club history was pre- Parnell organist,. and Mrs. tf, ,t Crews assisted in serving.The Mr. and Mrs. Cary P. Naz- air-inflated tires :
was centered with bud vases sented by Miss Madge Middle- Kenneth Morton, soloist. : 1i hostesses presented the worth, Starke, announce the appeared on &i
holding white althea. Bridal Ion and Mrs. Nate Dyal, two Mrs. Vellum 'was given in honoree with a personal gift as birth of a son, Lawrence Pat- this four-
place cards marked the seat- of the charter members. The marriage by her son, Fred- a memento of the occasion.One rick, on July 24 in Lake Shore wheeled vehicle
ing arrangement and a minia- Starke club was organized In erick J. Pellum, Jr. She wore Miss Evelyn Thomson' Becomes Bride hundred twenty five Hospital, Lake City. in tire 1895.manufacturer The doubted that

ture bride and groom markedthe 1949 with 18 members, and an A-line street length dressof Pf Mr. Hamilton In Monticello .ChurcK' guests were invited to call between Bradford County Hospital announces there would ever be enough demand -
place of the bride to be. six are still on the roll. Othersare apricot crepe radience witha the hours of 4 to 6 o'clock. the following births: for the horseless carriageto
The hostesses presented the Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Miss rolled collar. Her headpiecewas Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cole- warrant the cost of dies so herefused
honoree with three pieces of her Mrs. Paul- Presbyterian David Montgomery, and Mrs. NORMAN FAMILY make the first air inflated
Della Rosenberg, a flower petal hat In pastel The First man McElhenny, Raiford, a to
chosen crystal as a mementoof ine Torode, and Mrs. Loyree tones of yellowaprlcotand. Church of Monticello was the Katie McClellan, of Starke;Mr. REUNION AUGUST 10 son, Leonard Neal, July 23. tires for the horseless carriage .
the occasion. LaNier. She carried a large setting Saturday evening for and Mrs. Phillip Jacobs, of Los / until the dies were paid for.For .
eM white green.orchid with yellow throat,. the marriage of Miss Evelyn Angeles, Calif; and Mr. and Relatives and friends of the Mr. and Mrs. Elzle Owen the complete display of the
centered in tulle leaves, with Thomson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Coulter, of Talla late Samuel J. and Emma Car- Thornton, Raiford, a daughter, changes that made transportation -
home Kingsley Norman will have their 27. history, a visit to the },
The Canova streamers of white satin rib- Mrs. William H. Thomson, of hassee. ter July
Lake was the setting for a Women's Softball Monticello and Brian Lee Hamilton After a wedding trip to North annual reunion on Sunday Aug. Warp Pioneer Village at Minden.
bon knotted around lilies- of- ,
RayYarghn central Nebraska is a
and Mrs. Henry in south
luncheon last Thursday for Miss of Mr. and Mrs. W. Carolina, Mr. and Mrs. Ham- 10, at Strickland's Landing on Mr.
Team EntertainedMembers thevalley.. in lunch High Springs, a son, July must.
Hardy given by Mrs. David E. D. Hamilton, of Orlando. ilton will make their home Klrgsley Lake. A basket
Canova and Mrs. S. L. Peek Ushers were Kenneth Mor- The double ring ceremony was Fort Lauderdale. will be served at noon. 26.

and Walter Parnell.A Rev. Robert
Jr.A Colonial ton performed by
yellow and white color of the reception was held In the Burch, pastor the First Pres
carried out in the Florist Women's Softball team
scheme was where''tne''tnreeueroo
church annex byterian Church of Starke.
On each held cookout and swim party
party decorations. a cake was toppea wits Given in marriage by her
at "
table was an individual yellow Saturday Johns. white bells. A centerpieceof father, the bride wore a full
of Miss Emily}! SAYE
Lake home AT
as centerpiece,
nosegay pastel pink and white mums length Empire style gown of peal ,
bridal place cards further car- and gladioli was used, flanked de sole featuring a bodice over
ried out the color motif. The 35 attending, Including by baskets of white glads and laid with scalloped Chantilly
Miss Hardy and her mother, members, husbands and dates, mums. White weddings bells lace at the Sabrina necklineand
Mrs. J. E. Hardy, were pre- enjoyed swimming, boating, hung from the ceiling over the waist. Her fingertip len COi.OL'
sented with corsages and Miss skiing, and refreshments dur- wedding cake. gth veil of illusion was held DEPARTMENT STORES
Hardy also received a silver the evening.
three tier bow of
by a peau
from her hostesses Mrs. A. O. Sellers greeted
water pitcher
de sole accented with lace and
memento of the oc- a silver at the door and presented -
as a The team presented guests Sunday
seed pearls, and her cascade pen
casion. Miss Jayne Hardy, platter to their sponsors, Mr. them to the bride and groom minature
sister of the bride -to- and Mrs. Don Bagwell and a and the bride's mother, Mrs.S. stephanotis and ,lilies-of-the-valley 1 To 6 P.M.
be, was also among the guests. trophy to their coach, Mike L. Rutledge. _
was centered with a white cat-
Reddish. Miss Carolyn Crews kept thebride's telya orchid.
book, and Mrs. M. J. Mrs. Phillip Jacobs was hetslster'a
Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. L. COLORSor
matron of honor. = SOLID
G. Powell and Mrs. Guy Sale Mrs. Patricia McLendon of Cherry: cut the cake. Assisting f-- r -
Bridesmaids were Judy Edwards
and cake .
Rock Hill S. C. in serving 1i 74
for Miss Hardy ,
a party
gave Mrs. Ernest Goshlin, and June Jones, a cousin
last Thursday night at the Mun- The hostesses presented the were
Miss Carolyn Panell. of the bride from Live Oak, and
dy home on N. Church Street. honoree with a silver vegetable Following a wedding trip to Susanne Shuman, also a cousin,,
Several silver candelabrawith dish as a remembrance of of Tallahassee. Their floor
Central and South Florida, Mr.
pink tapers and an arrange- the occasion. and Mrs. Wheeler will be at length gowns of silk georgette FLORAL SHEETS
.r *
ment of rosebuds highlighted
pink -
home after August 9 in Lake chiffon over taffeta were accented
the party rooms. The! tea with blue satin ribbon
table in the dining room was Mrs. Clyde Sinclair enter- City.Mrs.
Wheeler is a teacherin and collars and back panelsof
covered with a white linen cut- tained at a mother daughter the Starke Elementary Alencon lace. Headpieces 24
work cloth and centered with a for Miss
luncheon Saturday
School, and Mr. Wheeler is a of blue chiffon held short veilsof
boat-shaped arrangement of Hardy at her home on E. Call supervisor with the State Road illusion, and they carried -- '
72X108 or
pink and white carnations and Street. Department in Lake City. cascades of stephanotis, white -- "
pompoms. The three course luncheonwas feathered carnations and foli 1 ,, '" + Twin Fitted
served at three individual :
Greeting guests at the appointed tables which were centered with age.Mr. our reg. to $2.99
hours were Mrs. crystal bud vases holding small Junior High MYF Hamilton served as his ,
George Flynn Sr. and Mrs. arrangements of pale pink hy- Holds RetreatTen son's best man. Ushers were E
Charley Johns. Mrs.Lex Green drangeas. Bridal place cards Danile Strumas of Pompano S
presented' guests to the receiving marked the seating arrange- Beach, Thomson,brother
line composed of Mrs.Mun- ment.In members of the Junior of the bride and Alan Hamilton, 81X108 or
dy, Miss Hardy, and Mrs. J. the living room a Hall- High MYF held a retreat Friday brother of the bridegroom.
E. Hardy. mark bride doll and arrang- night and Saturday at theR. Lynee Brittle, flower girl,, Full Fittedour
Presiding at the silver punch ments of white mums and pink L. Strunk cottage on Cry- wore a gown identical to thoseof reg. to $3.29
bowl were Mrs. Guy Sale and carnations were the focal stal Lake. the bridal attendants and car-
Miss Jean Mundy. Assistingin points. The group enjoyed swimming, ried a basket of pink rose pet-

serving were Misses Jayne The honoree was presentedwith skiing, boating, worship, and als. Frank Yaun was ring- ,
and June Hardy, sisters of the a white mum corsage anda study during the retreat. bearer. 3 ""'"' '' We're' discontinuing these colors and prints
bride to be, Mrs. John small book "To Love and Accompanying the teenagerswere I I
Sapp, Mrs. E. F. Miles, Mrs.C. Cherish" from her hostessas Don Hardenbrook, Rev. Mrs. Fred F. Stump, of >rz aalYou get the big savings on these 1st
G. Hill, Mrs. A. Y. Cov- a memento of the occasion. DeWitt Farabee.. and Richard Starke, grandmother of the 1.1> ''>+ '! 100 cotton sheets. Choose from 4
ington, Mrs. Carl Sapp and Smith.5DrlLY bride, wore light blue lace over } solid colors and several pretty floral prints.

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Mrs. James McNeely ot- Lake .4 war

City was convalescing the .4
CP Z home of her parents, Mr. and .
Mrs. Herbert Thomas, Thurs-
o-u naw day to Sunday after undergoing 4
surgery last Tuesday In the 4

Lake Shore Hospital, Lake City.: 4 WHAT A DEAL. / > 6oo3 Lucre,

Mr. and Mrs. John Buckleyand The Oscar Dyal family reunion Misses Nancy Proctor and Mrs., 0. L.I aynes Jr. anddaughter LONGER Z NEED CAR A TOP LEE-T'PRICE.' TRACE-ItV l ST6CIAt. / SULTAN!

daughter of Sarasota are was held Saturday atStrickland' Linda and Peggy Clayton will Anne, returned last WI7N MORt; ," O-OH $ACKSIcATaRIVERS MO MORE f AND-XV-X MOTE.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. David Landing with 70
after amonth's Friday after a week's visit SODYROOM YOUR AIL MV HAREM !
return next week ARE MAT PXV / NITCHID
this .
Browning week. attending.Mrs. < MA7ESTd!
with Mr. and Mrs. David Scottin
visit with Mrs. Mary
Mrs. Merrill Edwards under LOOK X.T i
E. C. Atlanta Ga. and Mr. and < > s
Morris and Miss Taibi in Astoria, Long Island. BEAUTIFUL"- I !
went surgery last Friday in Sue Morris had as weekend Mrs. Bobby Welch and daugh- <
Alachua General Hospital. Roasts! Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mrs. Roy Mathus and daugh- ter in Crestview. The Welch 0X1i3
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ingramnd Strickland ter, Martine, of West Palm tally returned to Starke with < AMIRICAHAS IS*
and /
Mr. and Mrs.
son John, and Mr. and Beach spent the past week with the, Haynes for the weekend. < SO MUCK OFLE.VERVTHIN6. 0
Richard Miles and Miss Sharon
-Irs. David of Tallahassee 1 -
1 Ingram Mrs. Mathus' mother, Mrs. L. 0 ?
I are spending this weekat Miles of Hollywood, and Mr. F. Smith and Mr Smith. Mr. and Mrs. orad Locke < a o OO
> the Sale and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon and son 1 0 IIIO
cottage on Kingsley and family of Tampawerevlaiting 0
and John Y 11
of Melbourne.Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Jones ,
Lake. the .wara.w. | 0
Mrs. Sheltie Gerle over /f IY 0I
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and daughter, Phyllis, and Mrs. < OWAE '/\N
Walter King who suffered
a weekend.
Clyde B. Terwlllegar A. C. Dowling of Batavia, 111. rvf rS y** CWOKMAC INC
heart attack last week while on S/Sgt Jerry Lawson of the
J in Sanford Monday and
r. was were guests the past week of
a vacation with Mrs. King in her Eglin AFB, Fort Walton Beach, <
Tuesday visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Scoggins.Mrs. .
South Florida, is confined In Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Truluck. is home for two weeks. ,
Memorial Hospital, Sarasota. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox W. B. Thompson Jr.and
Mr. King had as visitors duringthe visited Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mrs. Don Hardenbrook were !in Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hunt '
weekend Mr. and Mrs R. C. Chasteen Jr. at Belle Glade Lakeland over the weekend attending and son of St. Augustine spent .
Buford and his son, Mike King, several days last week. the Methodist School of :the weekend with Mrs.Henrietta
Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce John Bryant of Jacksonville Missions.Mrs. Hunt.
and Mr. and Mrs. John Harold was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kathleen Goethe of East Mr. and Mrs. James Cash
Andrews. Clyde B. Terwlllegar Jr. last Palatka was Sunday and Monday and family of Orlando will visit
week. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Her- Mrs. Cash's parents, Sen. and
Mrs. Melvin Harbcn of Atlantic Mrs. Charley Johns /
Beach is visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Stan- bert Thomas weekend. over the

and Mrs. Lester Crews for field of Jacksonville were Sat- Local admittances to Bradford -
two weeks. The Crews also had urday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. County Hospital this week Rodney Ilerlong of Jacksonville -

as Monday visitors Mr. and George W. Brown. Include: Mrs. Ethel Faircloth, was visiting his grand
Mrs James Phillips of Fort Mr. and Mrs. Maxie CarterSr Mrs. Lois Crawford, Mrs.Lois parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.F.
Myers. had as visitors during the Ann Thorton, Richard M. Lee Herlong, over weekend.. Mr. Year-End Sale
weekend, Mrs. Henry Carter and Michael W. Rhoden,Starke; and Mrs. Mark Herlong of
Miss Jean Mundy is home for of Maxville, Mr. and Mrs.Hen Mrs. Ruth C. Martin Melrose Jacksonville were Monday
three weeks after completing ry Wellhausen and Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. Emma L. MOLt; Brooker;; evening visitors of the Her-
academic work[in recreation for R. M. Kelly of Green Cove Miss Stephanie Lynn Bannister, longs.
Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
retarded children at Columbia Keystone Heights and Mrs.Joann
University, N.Y. West and Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Thourot, Raiford.; Mrs. Kate Sheppard Is visiting
Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Bollinger Johns and children of Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sheppard -

and daughters, Mary, Martha ville. Marilyn Patterson returned in Demopolls, Ala. for
and Marilyn, and F. E. Boll- Mrs. Velma Powell and Monday from ten days visit two weeks. tvw
with Mr. with her uncle and aunt, Mr. Miss Sharon Baker of Jack- .
inger spent Sunday daughters of Mauldin, S. C. ...
and Mrs. Milton Hartzell in are visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. and Mrs. Morris Prater, in sonville is visiting her uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C.S.
Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Fern Park. E. Williams Sr. for several Haddock this week. i I

Mrs. Milton Wheeler,the for Mr and Mrs. L. H. Outlaw
mer Mrs. F. J. Pellum, returned days.Mr and sons, and Greg Dodd were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Craw
and Mrs. Albert Stefane111 Beach
vacationing in Tennessee and ford and son of Cocoa
July 17 from three weeks
and sons of Jacksonville: North Carolina last week. .will nnemt the weekend with
visit with her son-in-law and were Sunday visitors of Mr. Mrs. Crawford's mother,. Mrs.
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. RichardP. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelil. Mrs. T. J. Thomas of Val- W. H. Hart.
Dowling and children in A- Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Jack- dosta, Ga. and Mrs. Lillian

ed merican the Western Samoa.Samoa She also and visit Hawaiian -- son and daughter, Mrs. Don Phillips of Lake City were ville Miss is Patty visiting Budd her of Jackson-cousin 25 New 1969 Chevrolet Trucks To Choose From!

Ray Tilley of Jacksonville, visiting their sister, Mrs.Bertha -
Islands. Enroute home she
Miss Betsy Matthews.Mr. .
Pearce, on Saturday.
visited another son-in-law and visited Mr. and Mrs. J. G.

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. JamesF. Stalnaker in Brunswick, Ga. Jack Abell is confined In Al and Mrs. E. L. Mat I
Comer Jr., in Rlverton, Wyo. on Sunday.Mr. achua General Hospital for observation thews attended the London Sym I II
phony Concert Daytona Beachon
Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Bollingerand and Mrs. Rod Struth and and treatment.Mr. Sunday.Mr. I
daughters, Marilyn,Martha sons of Tampa were visiting and Mrs. A. W. Kirk- and Mrs. Ewell Lawsonand
and Mary, DeAnna Douglas and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Stnith land and family attended the fun- Sgt. Jerry Lawson attended "-----
the Lon- last Saturday eral of Mr. Kirkland's mother,
Jan Douglas attended the Woods family reunion at
don Symphony Concert at Day- Mrs. Bobby Case and son Mrs. Annie Bell Kirkland, in Pine Harbor, Ga. last Sunday. i"a''
Waycross, Ga. Sunday after-
tona Beach Thursday evening. visited Mrs. Mary Case in Lake

Jimmy Dowling, who has been City; Sunday to Tuesday. noon. 1969
in Vietnam the past year, is Dr. and Mrs. Harold C. Bow- Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Burch .. > *-
Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and "
home on 30 days leave. Join- ers of Fort Lauderdale are were in Monticello Friday
Ing the family for several daysis and family attended the Anderson visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Saturday where Rev. Burch officiated -
Mrs. W. E. Dowling'sdaughter family reunion Sunday,July Patterson this week. at the Thomson-Hamil[ TORONADO
Mrs. David Andreau of 20, at the home of Mrs. H. T. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker ton wedding Saturday night.
Ocala. Smith on Santa Fe Lake. 115 and family of Cocoa were visit Mrs. Jack Trawick has re-
members of the family attended ing Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells from ten days in New Canr'''n.,

Jan Douglas and DeAnna and family over the weekend. Conn. where'she was visiting
Douglas, of Gulf Port, Miss., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hamilton her sister Mrs.Martha Morris.
were house guests of Dr. and and family and Mrs. W. L. Mr. and Mrs.Herman Rutteft, Norman L. Redding Jr., son
Hamilton of Madison Heights, of Mr. and Mrs. Norman L.
Mrs. H. G. Bollinger and of Memphis, Tenn. were visiting
family last week. Va. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. their aunt, Mrs. G. W. Redding of Starke, has been You're closer to Olds than you think! ,

'. Steve Denmark of the Uni- Sherrod Hamilton for several Cheshier[ last week.E. named to the University of Tam-

t versify; of George was home days. J. Dowling Jr. and son, pa spring semester honor roll.
for the weekend. Robert, of Wilmington, Dela. He is a graduate of BUS[ and A
and R. M. Lee of Wilton, Conn is now a Junior majoring in

were weekend visitors of Mr physical education.
and Mrs. E. J. Dowling Sr. Mrs. Raymond Stanwlx -Hay, I Il
Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Gentry daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John '
spent the weekend in Macon, Shanbarger, completed her undergraduate -
Ga. with their son- in-law and work in elemen-
"" daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. tary education and the social
1C- Beall Jr. and family sciences at the University of
Florida last month. She is now 98' 88' F85'
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Firth working toward the Master of
and Mrs. Ed Firth flew to Arts degree in education. Mrs.
1 St. Louis, Mo. last week to Stanwix-Hay was an honor stu-
+ visit Mr. and Mrs.Donald Firth den throughout all four yearsof

and Pvt. Barry Firth of Fort college, and was namedon Get Year-End Closeout savings on the Olds of your choice
Leonard Wood. the President's List
Mrs. Patricia McLendon of times. She will start teachingat

Rock Hill, S. C. is the guestof Brooker Junior High School
Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Miss next month.
Jean Mundy for two weeks. YN/2 and Mrs.Donald Thorn If expectto
ton and daughter of Pensacola you
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin spent the weekend with Mr and

and daughter, Barbara, and Mrs. F. W. Strickland.Mrs. .
Mrs. Lola Johnson attended the Betty Register and Mrs.C. .
30th Baker family reunion !in T. Wade attended a gift tea be rewardedfor
Palatka on Sunday. Sunday afternoon in Athens,Ala.
Mrs. Jack Eaves, Mrs. H.H. honoring Miss Paula Johnson,
\dams, Mrs. DeWitt Farabeeand fiancee of Freeman Registerm.
Mrs. Charles Sawyer attended Also attending were Mrs.
Visitor's Day at the Freeman Register Sr. and Mrs. patience
Methodist School of Missionsin Alice Phillips of Tampa. your
Lakeland Tuesday Charles Howe of Miami and ,

Mrs. M. F. Brown visited Mrs.land were R. E.last Mathews Thursday of Lake-visit

To insure Dr.Macclenny and Mrs. from Marcus Thursday Brownin ors Visiting of Mrs.Mrs.Newsome R. A. Newsom.for several come to the right place.

weeks is her mother, Mrs.
to Sunday.Mr. .
domestictranquility J.A. Howe of Lakeland.Mr. .
and Mrs. Paul Landryand
and 1rs. James Utto son, Dale, spent a weekon I
of Bay Pines were weekend Brooklyn Lake where they
guests of Mr. and Mrs. George celebrated Dale's first birth- i

Canova at Kinglsey Lake and day on July 7. They also cele-

attended the Karen Weimer brated their oldest daughter
Bob McNary wedding in Key- Pam's birthday who was 17 on
stone Heights on Sunday.Mr. July 10. The rewards are obvious. At the
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Ritch ,+ moment, new '69 Chevrolets, Chev-
and family of Palatka spent two elles, Camaros and Novas
JJ5a and Mrs. G. C. Alder- are going
"t-o.t. at' man and daughter, Julianne, of weeks on Brooklyn Lake. for prices that almost hurt us to men
...a1r'oo; a t t khok Baltimore, Md. were visiting Gerald Crosby undenventma- tion
Jor surgery July 23 in the UnIversity -
-0''I. '('0 1'c.,. Mrs. L. A. Canova last week.
ct ,,0'I.'.c cbce' ,0 Medical Center.
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Martha Sue McCain
"rcl.iliv.-I ii'fur.ilmu": Mini to the Mi'CK'i'.ilons"! :.! I VISrA,Vol\1l1.\ ,
of their budgets in the future,
UMrritilm" if the in'e-p.tlat> priority toi'M lIa'lInlld\ \(\ Dolly! Lea). and that they abide by them. County Extension AIAur ATLOW
i plan vrcnlly.l.i.ili'.l: \ 1 by "They h1dU1IC n CJmniondnblo. Home Economics Agent
Eight left with
requests were
CUU1J ." a ro.il u'lloetkv.i: of fxcrptl'.mally\ flu:? job. question marks, indicating that ---- VVM3flER COST
tint. .ml i. of Hi' p.'ir piipl.,' \ We've had ircfi"8imul: ; pl.mners the Commissioners either
Kdimiiut-: : .mil 1111ss Sunny who' have CONTAINERS FOR Rigid Containers
: done no better Job, wanted to talk with the man in made of aluminum
111.11'1'; W"I'. lo bo in Ih.- CUU3 he commrnli'd.\: charge of that department or FJU'EEINGThe Rigid containers
Of packaging glass plastic, tin, or
prime purpose -
Annette Htiglira. liad of the that they wanted more time to
Ncie'tborhuJd. : Service Centers, think the matter over.These requests is to keep! Icod from dryingout )Heavily waxed cardboard' are
and to preserve food value, suitable for all packs, and es-
tie? board and visltois were: supplies and expenses -
flavor, color, and pleasing tex- pecially good for liquid packs.
that;\ for the: past month they of County Commis-
THE WEEK have been sioners $2,500 ( from $1- Glass canning Jars may be used
::> "ic\.imping"; some up ture.All '- 4
aspects of NSC. She said they 500 last year); Bradford County containers should be easy for freezing most fruits and sTh1f -": : L
are working: on family profilesof Hospital $15,000 ( same as to seal and waterproof so they vegetables. except those packed _
nil personsho: receive any 1969-69)); salary of County Ser- will net leak. Packaging materials in water. Plain tin or R-enamel I =- -
t' t\1Q1 senior or assistance from the vice Officer, $3,150, and mile- must be durable and must cans may be used for all fo ds, l'Model
,'", Centers age, $125 (both same as last not become so brittle at low but some foods may be better WA-1030E

J ,: Mrs. Hushes also reported on year); Civil Defense, $22,634 temperatures that they cl lck. :packed in cans with special
..". I, 1 'f t-/ a meeting she and the McClen. (up from $13,884 in 1968-69), To retain. highest quality! in enamel linings: C-enamel for
II' and CD equipment $750 (down containing considerable
dons ntte-ncljrt in Ft. Lander- frozen food packaging materials foods :
from $3,500)After ). lima beans,
shold be moisture-vapor- sulphur -
& > Ll dale. She raid they! were: told
Hint: nil ineffective agencies a tentative budget is proof, to prevent evaporation.Many carrots; R-enamel for highly
approved by the board, it will foods beets, berries -
of the packaging materials colored -
would be closed down; and! that:
J-. ).( I A they would not be satisfied be advertised and then broughtup on the market for frozen red cherries. 4 fruit juices,
for final
approval some food not pumpkin, rhubarb squ.
\ with the: status quo. next month. are plums
1' ) Tn other action the beard: proof, but are sufficiently resLs. ash sweetpotatoes.
.U Accept-;! offers from Frank tant to retain satisfactory quality Non-rigid Containers
of fruits and vegetables dur- Bags and sheets of moisture-
Williams, county CD director Whether have Wash 'N Wear Perina.Press Colorfast
NeighborsSALES cellophane, hea- you or
My fag storage. Glass, metal and vapor-resistant
and : of the Fair Association
presdnt: -
WIntake the chance of missing' \ to usa the portable rigid plastic are examples of vy aluminum foil, pliofilm! poly- Whatever Push A Botton And CJE Does The Rest -Sets Water Tem

: when there Is good dependable TA system o\visd: :! by tie: Fair moisture-vapor-proof packaging ethylene, or laminated: papers perature, Wash Speed, Rinse Speed Spin Speed To Protect And Clean
service like ours? A.sn. mid to use the air ccndi- DIVISION materials. Most bags, wrapping and duplex bags consisting of Your Fabrics, And Come Out Like New -- Mini Basket Too!

timed! CD office I tat the Fair materials, and waxed cartons various combinations of paper, NOW ONLY!
TUCK'SKinhew grounds'' for their meetings. made especially! for freezing are metal foil, glassine, cellophane,
Decided: to purchase an air moisture-vapor-reststant. Not and rubber latex are suitablefor REGULAR PRICE
DRIVEINBEEF conditioner the CUBB of fie 3 sufficiently resistant to be suit- dry-packed vegetables and
niter staff members:: said the able for I packaging= foods to be fruits. Bags also can be used $244.00Easy
PORK SPARE RIBS heat was almost uiibsarabls. I ONLY 0 frozen are ordinary waxed papers for liquid I packs.= $219

CHICKEN CUBB offices are located upstairs ( yn M f DNK household aluminum foil, Bags and sheets are used Terms
CURB U.S. 301 SOUTH SERVICE in tIe old ccunty jail be- To 6.T and cartons for cottage cheese, with or without outer cardboard
hind the courthouse Ruo: ice cream, and milk. cartons to protect against tear
ing. Bags without a protective
carton are difficult to stack.

The sheets may be used for OTHER GREAT % WASHERS FROM $199
1 1GirlsSdhobl wrapping such foods as corn-
on-the-cob! or asparagus. Someof
l' the sheets may be neat-seal
f1 used to 552 Ibs. frozen foodsin
/, '\ --as Ins outer on both wraps sides for may folding be pa- Keeps up

perboard cartons.

Sealing 1 your

Care in sealing is as Important :

as using the right contain. r :1 home !
er. Rigid containers usually are
sealed either by pressing on or f.'

screwing on the lid ,Tin cans f I
such used In home canny.
as are f
/',.. .... Ing require a sealing machineor u Shop less often. cook
special lids. Seme rigid cardboard i iti and freeze meals ahead

V t q rJ ve/t:. cartons need to have )
: I l buy quantities in sea-
freezer tape or special wax t
i/E'6kMf DressesPOLYESTER .. Mi 1969 applied after sealing to make f s t,' I __ son and save!
them airtight and Jeakprcof. rww
tJ/- Glass jars must be sealed

with a lid containing composition .
Model CA-16DD 15.8 ft.
COTTON PERMA- rubber or with a lid and a cu.

PRESS SCOTCHGUARD SOIL Release rubber Most ring.bags used for packaging

71tMItU: \ can be heat-sealed or sealedby

WOVEN: SIZES SIZES twisting and folding back r
.b the top of the bag and securing 249
11: PLAIDS 1.x(; 7-14 with a string, a good quality >

rubber or plastic band, or other I .uuut .
SOLIDS 2.98 3.98 sealing device available on the / .uw.9r
market. Some duplex bags are

J.\RGE SELECTION: OF PER\JA-T; >UESS sealed by folding over >:a metal
strip attached to the top of the Book-Shelf Food Freezer"Poweron"

I / i \ Cinderella Dresses & Sportswear bag.Special equipment far heat- signal light. Upright convenience-all foods

sealing! bags or sheets for freezing
easy to organize, see and select! Handy defrost drain.
1 IN ALL THE NEW FALL COLORS is 'available on the market,
I or a household iron may be

I LIMITED STOCK -- HURRY! used.pliofilm To\! heat-seal bags or polyethyleneor sheets usedas SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES

overwraps, first place a pieceof
paper or heat resistant ma-
V, t, terial made especially= for the
\ :332: AV. Madison St. Phone 961.7701
MAJESTY purpose over the edges to be
; J BOYS sealed. Then press with a warm
Iron. Regulate heat of the iron
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Its or crinkles the materials and
BATISTE NYLON AND prevents sealing!

,.4-., i NEW THOSE SHIPMENT; COTTON KNIT stantly As manufacturers making improvementsand are con. GAINESVILLE Business Directory
-, \ developing new containers
it is a good:! Idea to note, when

'you buy, how containers are to Air Conditioning-Heating Farm and Industrial !MOBILE HOMES
; FARAH be sealed.Tn.'EI.1.TES. Equipment

S Air Conditioning MUSTANG

: Heating By Santa Fe Tractor,
: General Electric Mobile Hornet, Inc.

f : TROUSERS : (a'', 4, Russ's Shee&,1\letal. Inc. Farm Tractors FORD* Implements Gainesville's Discount: Mobil

:. E Ea Gainesville -2520 N E. 18th Ter. USED EQUIPMENT Home Sales Lot.
We have, Every SizeJET --- NEW MOON CAPELLA
\ ,i
1 \ Low Monthly Payments
\'. GET A PAIR BRASINGTON Johnson Paris, Inc. 4820 N. W. 13th 378-134S
Fine .Selection of Used Can
SHIRTS By TOM McAN I Taken On Cadillac Trades YAMAHA BMW

2001 N.W 13th Ph. 378-5301 We Rent Fertiliser Spreader 0'b -" _
224 N.W. 8th Ph. S78-O47I Cuv- # a

LINCOLN MERCURY 615 W University 378-2811
Authorized Sales & Service MOTHERS-TO-BE:

, 'S4 k* 1 Crane Imports Lingerie Dresses Slacks
; GOLD CUP WSfJ.EC'T Volvo MO Triumph. Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits

> YOIT i NEW Phone 372-4251

London Fog or English Squire JacketNOW Barkley Motor, Inc. INC. .,,Cyo MUSICco.TOYOTA ,

ONE;;,: ,RACK,. OFBOY'S 1M W. University Opp. S.F.J.C.
11.\V THEM; : Monogrammed : Avondale's G'vllle Shopping Ctr. 37&53S3MEN'S
stretch cotton gabardine in Mechanical CONTRACTOR
SHIRTS Americana-colored checks is 4 wheel 1 drive I and car
TREMENDOUS SELECTOINBOY'S the choice for versatile sepa Sales Parts Service MOVERS
8-20 rates.!. The belted vest tops along Clean Used Toyotas IK. E. Hyde Ent. Inc.Thompson' .
sleeved blouse of navy 1700 N, Main 376-1266 Long DistanceMoving
/ PRICE cotton batiste.SE1iVI'E .
SWEATERS Refrigeration Storage Packing
Service Crating Shipping
ALL THE: STYLES' ANI COLORS IIY ARROW / SCHEDULE Beauty Academy Healing Air, Conditioning Free Estimates Call

CATHOLIC) Churches POWELL'S Repairs on White Appliances HILL'S
Industrial Combustion SerrtceBolUr
ST IDw,\Itn's, Starke:
Beauty Academy Room Sales *: Service
Suirl.iv: M.IHx a.1\1. and Van Service, Inc.
BLANKETS Profession 3038 N. Waldo( Rd.. Gainesville
c (AI13:! n inThursday Learn a In Your 3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. G'vUlo
T'reacifforcU Telephone 372-21(2
Spare Time Full or Part Time
e :Mass 6:30: p.m.Mlrirulous 312-4271
: Mrdnl Novena: 219 N.W. 10th) 378- 766

Lay-/ -Way Sale Saturday 7 p.m. ELECTRIC MOTORS WEAR PAINT GLASS

SHEETS By Cannon Lijrlil: WtiElil; Yen 'riMind Thermal IManket.s ST.llrlxhts WILLIAM'S.: Keystone ELECTRIC STAG 'N DRAG LIDDELLPAINT&

of Katnn and Pol.trslcr Ifounil, With. 1111I''c...- Sunday Mast, 9 > Griffin Balls GLASS CO.
'tale' Satin"lil.: ... and Plaids .. Motor Repair Co. Arrow Shirts-Florsbelm Shoe
Wetnrsday: & Nnvena, Glass Mirrors Sliding Doors -
Rival' "Fimilv; NO) IKON Fur 'those who Full 72 \ !IIJ 98 7 p.m. Of Gainesville! Inc. Formal ReitaU Tub Enclosures Shower Door

miixl t l'+1U'nfl l lhir 'lime sliil.vin' : instead' ; of $3 Repairing Rewinding Ladles Sportswear Furniture Tops Windows -
ironing: ST. MARY'S Marclcnny; New and Used 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY Awning
Sunday !Mass 11.1ft: a.m. 2314 N. W. 16th Ph. 37tU18 and GAINESVILLE MALL 116 NW. pith St. 372011U

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ti 5 ) Day In The Life Of A Public Health Nurse 'l I IBy ( -- ,

tF. rt"1"Jf' A''//', { y
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records of the patients she plan We drive up to a tiny, unpainted flowers and about her grandchildren of doctors in this town." They < 'mtf.'Jt '; "
LINDA STAA ned to see that day. (The nur- patched little house remembering some ,go out of their way to coop- : It. ,,
Telegraph Reporter ses must have a doctor's writ- which Lsnfivertheless clean and of them by name. ,erate with the Health Department t '. "idf1 "t',
ten request before seeing a neat. -AS she knocks on the and often save their samples t :ir1fj '" t
With her black bag In hand patient.) door Joyce calls out, "Mrs. At another home, one of the of medicine to give to patients -
and a heart filled with love, It's Joyce Riherd. few warm ones visited thatday, who have used the $20
laughter and concern, she goes In the morning she saw six }Hey, how're you doing today.. there is a 90-year-old woman a month which Medicare allows :
from dirty shacks, to tiny but elderly patients, picking up a Are you feeling any better? lying on a daybed. amiddleaged them.
clean homes, to schools. home health aide and taking You're certainly looking bet- woman, a younger woman, and
She her to one patient, and madea ter." two small children playing on -.On Home Health Aides: There t. t tt
a shot to
an old
brief stop at Bradford High the floor. are seven in the twocountyarea. akw N
removes woman dying a splinter of cancer.from She a School to find out If there were The house Is cold and the The aides have been 4
any students the teachers wan- wrinkled old lady, a bonnet on After being checked, the mid- trained by the Health
mall Depart-
boy's finger.!: She stopsto ted her to see. At 11:30: she her head, is rocking In front dleaged woman, who has heart ment and can into pa
check on a child ""just to stopped for her lunch hour and of the fireplace, the only heat trouble, says, "I got something tients' homes for go up to three t
see how he's t tt
listens to their troubles doing. and She hasa ping spent for part groceries of that time to take shop-to in the house. bothering bill. me.I'm confused It's this about hospital hours personal a day to assist(such them bath-with r. \: -
care as
ready laugh to cheer them up. "I'm feeling alrighttguess." it."
a patient she would be see- ing) and do light housekeeping. -

This is one of your Public Ing the next day. "Have you been taking your The patient and the nurse The aides help those who 4t ,
Health nurses as she makes In the afternoon she stoppedby medicine the way the doctor sit side by side discussing\ the have no one else to care for them t < t tt
her rounds in the field. The a doctor's office to confer told you?" problem. Joyce tells her to and are too old or too sick I" .

two full-time Public Health to helo themselves.In .
with him pay something month
concerning some "Well, I take it when I feel every .:
nurses In Bradford County of the patients she had seen "Now don't you forget. You
I need It, she chuckles.
spend a day and a half at the in the morning and then drove send them something every addition to Mrs. Riherd, b..
department's office assistingwith to the Bradford Middle School Laughingly, Joyce comments, month even if it's just a the other full-time Public Health -
clinics and the rest of the where she saw half a dozen "Now you know that won't do. dollar" nurse in Bradford County t -H: --- t tt
time they're out in the field, students and conferred with two We don't want you to get sick is Mrs. Thompson. Working ; : 2
making the rounds of Bradford teachers about another student. again. You're going to have to "I sure will and I sure do part time is Trixle Llmcan- :.: r
County. After a brief coffee break she behave yourself and do what thank you." go. Mrs. McKnight says they'd I -w
resumed her round, seeing five the doctor tells you." like to hire a fourth nurse but
This reporter spent a day As Joyce goes Into the next can't find anyone to fill the t
more patients, child,
one a t tt
with Joyce Riherd, who has one middle aged and three el- As the visits proceeds, Joyce room to check on the elderly job.
been working for the county derly. gives a shot checks the old wo- woman, she stops to talk
health department for 12 years. man's blood pressure, listens to to the children and to ask their "This is one of the best clin-
Her working day began at eight, She finished the day at the her chest and goes over her ages. And she tells the women ics that we go into" a social
after she dropped her child- office, bringing patient's records medicines with her, telling her they ought to get the old- worker who covers 13 counties,
ren at school. She went first up to date and catch- again how often to take eachplll. er child enrolled in the Head said. t V's t
'. C
to check ..,
on a patient with diabetes ing up on other paper work. Start program. "The nurses are some of the t i nDon't
,then to the office where Throughout the visit, the ban- best in the area. It's kind of
she prepared a black bag for Two visits typify the day. tering give and take continues The woman who has been in a pleasure to come here."
the day and got out cards and They went something like this and Joyce asks.about Mrs.s; the this hospital reporter turns that and she explainsto was let lost cash ruin your vacation ,

in the hospital for almost a
month and that she has a ,
Carry Rescue
ALONELUXURY little Insurance Qt( pays $10a Money"American
day but that she was in .
Intensive care for quite a Express Travelers ChequesIf I
while and that costs $65 a t t
day. She gets $75 a month you carry wads of cash on a.vacation, it could mean trouble. Lostor
from welfare, she says. But stolen cash could ruin your trip. The answer? American Express
QUILT TOP the multtpage hospital bill is Travelers Cheques-"The Rescue Money." If they're lost or stolen,
for almost $3,000. you go to the local American Express office or representative

As the reporter and the 'tic : IF y' t (they're all over the world)-get a brand- t
h new set of Cheques-and vacation is 1 1" "' "
nurse ride together {he nurse your ; ,
INNERSPRING SET J makes these comments, some in rescued Next trip, carry "The Rescue ;I!1' a-imug..... q-1)r

answer to QuestionsOn : Money" that's spendable everywhere and |!'j|' C- :..:--s .
costs only a penny a dollar.FLQFIIDAA. ,
-- being a Public Health '
nurse. "When I came out of
nursing school I worked in Lake I
Iff Butler. The County Commis
LIMITED sioners talked me into going into
Pulbic Health so they could
open a clinic. I feel I can t t

TIME way.do more You for get the to people know( this the BANK AT STARKE

people and you're probably the f.O-TOr.KTIIKKS: Colorcooidin.itecl .
bright spot in some or thesepeople's cottons team up for Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
lives the young costume look. TheA
T line coat of i
Medium Firm --On doing "extra things" The cotton satin has fiiewagon a lining to One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group ,
SAVEZOt& nurses aren't really supposedto match the tulip.printed cotton
Lovely Blue and Gold do things\ such as take their dress underneath. Fabrics by ..
: Puff-Quilted cover. lunch hour to shop for a patient William Lind, Coat and dress
J .t ensemble made from MiCnll
; or. as Norman Thompson(
start Pattern !5)435) I
a 16 Club" for over- II
weight girls at Bradford High I
95 School, but Mrs. Arlin Mc-
Knight, nursing supervisor for ,
Bradford and Union, is "really
wonderful" and she doesn't
SET make the nurses toe the line
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NEWS ABOUT Local Boys Have 'Hair-Raising' ,Experience ., Starke Raceway I W. HE/M-TH HINTS

RESULTSStarke I National Association Of Blue Shield PlanaL

Looking just I a little unhappy with Raceway results for
SERVICE MEN June 27, ( HeatstrokeCool
their Marine haru-utu are four 1969 BUS Sunday winner name
of horse, rider; 1st and 2nd it as much as possiblein
graduates who reported to Parris Island place): hot and humid weather, and
for boot training last week. At right the 220 Yards -- Robert Jordan, lessen your chances of suffering -
boys are shown with their "mod haircuts" Joe Jordan; Eddie Starling heat exhaustion. Victims of
as they left from the bus station in Starke, Chief. Kim Prescott. heatstroke usually exhibit: and the
following symptoms: pale
and below as they looked after the Marine 220 Yards-- Jr. Hersey. clammy skin; rapid and weak
Commanchee: Robt, Jordan,
Corps barber ; pulse rate: complaints of
got through with them. wand
Penny, Cindy Jordan.
ness headache or nausea; 0
From left: Randy Hayes, son of Mr. and 300 Yards -- Edward Will- cramps in stomach legs or
Mrs. Foster Hayes Hampton; Steve Lassl- Iams, Blue, Greg Woods; Jim arms. The victim should lie
p6/ ?;A ter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lasslter, Dnwdy, Silver, Drawdy. down in a cool place with his
f 300 Yards-- Joe Bennett, head level to or lower than his
Starke; Larry Roberts of and
son Mr. Mrs.
If the is con
Red, Van Prescott; Eddie Star- body. person
O. P. Roberts, Route l.Brooker; and Jerry ling, Pete. scious, give him a salt water
Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 220 Yards, _. Rodney Grlffis, solution one teaspoon salt
water and then
to -
Brown, Hampton. f. Baby Doll I, Griffls;Adro Brown, call one a doctor.quart
The four boys joined the Marines under if Poncho, Dean.
250 Yards (Tie) Mitchell
the "Buddy Plan" which permits' themto .
wt ;r rR Crawford, Sunstruck, Mitchell;
Seamanpprentice William be In the same platoon during theIr Edward Atkins, Satellite, Edward Traveling WithChildren
(BIlI ') Kay Burgin, USN, hus- stay at Parrls Island. -'
band of the former Linda Allen, !Motor trips with infants and
of Starke, and son of :Mr. and Feature Races: children require just a few
:Mrs \\m. P. Burgin of Mac- 300 Yards -- Otto Murrhee, extra precautions to assure a
clennj, has been in the Navy Jim, David Pate; Adro Brown, safe and comfortable journey..
since last February and is now Star Dean Brown. If )possible, limit your travel to
on a shakedown cruise at sea. 300 Yards -- Otto Murrhee, only l 200 or 300 miles a day,
His address is: S\ \\m. Ray and choose stopover I points
Fla. Colleen, David Pate; Van with facilities for recreationand
1st Div., USS Boxer
Burgin Prescott, Fly Van. infant care. Stock your car
LPIID, rro \\, NT. 09501. 220 Yards -- Vasco Forsyth, with a sufficient supply of dis
.re Holly Mom, Van Prescott; Otto posable diapers and sealed jars
Sgt. Harry E. Brunson, son Murrhee, Benny, David Pate. of baby food. !Make certain
of :Mrs Ella A. Dixon,Starke, ty6t
tr 220 Yards-- Chuck Ottinger, milk is pasteurized and wateris
; M
recehed the Bronze Star:Medal )
pure. Also, see to it that your
Randy, John Rockford Vasco
recently at Camp Eagle, Viet- ; children's immunization shots
nam. The award was made for Forsyth, Star, Dude.Van. (tetanus, polio and whooping
300 Yards (Tie) Otto Mur-
-- cough) are to late
heroism in action while engagedin up
rhee, Jim, David Pate; Adro
ground operations against a

hostile..\ squad force leader in letnam.in Co. E, i aft L\ Brown, Star Brown. Swimming Safety .er,t.,4 /I ...,. .. ..'

2nd Bn., 327th Inf. of the 101st WISH I'D SAID Never go beyond your limita- '_ .-
\irborne Div. (Airmobile), Sgt. tions when swimming. Each ., '-'" .
year there are hundreds of accidental ....- '.--
Brunson entered the Xrmy in THAT -',
caused by
July 1967 and completed basic ;:tJ. the failure drownings to observe a few ._'--...-......,.. .- -- .
training at Fort Benning, Ga. basic safety rules. Avoid swim- ..,...
He arrived in Jan-
overseas ming in unsupervised or unknown -
uary 1968. waters. Don't swim in
Sgt. Brunson also hold s the a cold water or immediately after

Army; Commendation: the Face powder may attract a eating By doing so, you run w_ _;'_--.;..____--:--._
Soldier's :Medal, Purple Heart, the risk of fatigue or cramps. -
: \ : man but baking \powder will Never engage in horseplay in .
the Air Medal, and the Bronze _
Star :Medal for meritorious a- "'" '\", \ hold him. William Chaffee, the water, such as dunkings, ..,. h 'ASR
chievement. "" '. '>'' \ t The Walnut (Iowa ) Bureau false cries for help, etc.
\' '

Airman Apprentice William .:. ". ,, f; .t'
A. Nail: Jr., USX: son of :Mr. 1i r, i :
and :Mrs. W. A. :Nail, of Route :<1.r'l )1 1 !F Save
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pleted 1, Keystone 28 Heights days of, has intensive com- ,. .,t,,"t'...;,_,' ,,. .' .' "% ::r" .' ""I" \' .l t
training in the recruit phase of ,_ f I
the :Navj's "Four to Tenl.1onth" profession for which he is best Speclallst-4 Robert J. Star-
: active at III4t
duty program of ling Jr. is serving with the ,
the :Naval Air Reserve Train- suited. Upon Services Held
the active duty commitment, he armed forces at Cam Ranh ;
ing Unit, :Memphis, Tenn. He will return to civilian life and Bay, Vietnam, His addressIs At Live Oak For
will now A attendoneoCtheavy'sClass train one weekend a month to : R 267 74 4361, 442 Trans.
schools to learn the W. M. BennettFuneral
complete his six-year mili- Co., APO San Francisco, Calif.: Lu-
skills of the service trade or
tary obligation 96132. services for W. I/ 44r.

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July 25,at the Philadelphia Bap.
SLADE'S WESTINGHOUSEFREEZER tist Church near Live Oak. In. r
terment was In New: Harmon
Cemetery near Live Oak. .'
Survivors are two sons Free:
W. Bennett Sr., Starke. parr:; J
Bennett, Jacksonville;and three! ,
SALE daughters, Mrs. W, p. ThomasSr.
., and Mrs. Juanita Butler, Lr ,
Jacksonville, and Mrs. Edgar:
Jaynes, Fairmont, W. Va.
Mr. Bennett died in St. Vin-

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Council Williams Race In Jimmy Group BowenIn 4 Garden Wins In Men's League; \ o-o".f\\\\ I I I

For ReelectionGerald Council Race Colonial Leads Women's TourneyGarden |ij r|t I I

Second, pesticides which are IAhtnnq3 I
Williams has qualified Household: pesticides are very
Hestaurant defeated1st ell Querry of Lake Cfly; at one-tenth less in toxicity must
for the Sept. 9 city elec- Jimmy Bowen, 35-year-old helptul, but if not ilected and
tion and will be seeking his mechanic and former city policeman Christian Church of Lake 7:30: tonight (Thursday) In uses: prcerly; they can Injurepeople 'be labeled l "WARNING", "Keep
second term on the City Council has dropped his name City 11-2 In the Northern Sub- Gainesville. and! pals," warns Commissioner out of reach of children": plus
District Tournament Norman's played Cross City; '
in the hat for the Group 4 at West- ; any other app-cprlats: warnings.1
of and
native of Florida. Williams council seat in the Sept. 9 side Park in Starke Tuesday Wednesday night at 9, but the Third; 1 pesticides= which:: are!;
Consumer Services Doyle Conner : *
night. outcome was not known at
graduated from Melrose High city elections. only slightly toxic must bear
School in 1954 and moved to press time. If they won, they the word "CAUTION" plus f
Starke in 1957 when he was Born in South Carolina Bowen Gainesville Livestock Market will play tonight (Thursday) at Most pesticides poisonings occur "Keep out of reach of child I
came to Starke In 1961 to workat defeated Hunter Motors of 9. in children:! unrtsr! five yearsof i iI
named plant superintendent of Lake City, 6-2. age. Regardless of age, most ren.
Terwillegar Motors. Early
the Starke Telephone Co. Fourth, pesticides with little
In November '68 Williamswas in'63 he began working with the By virtue of its win, Garden Service Held poisonings could have been pre- or no toxicity may not requirea .
Police Department Auxiliaryand will play again at 7 p.m. Friday vented by reading the label and
named general of caution or antidote statement.
the local telephone office, now in the latter part of that meeting; the winner of the For J. E. KingIn observing the directions and Thus, consumers can gauge the y y '
owned by Florida State Tele- year he became a full time Brooker-Palatka game which Valley Head Ala.' warnings. toxicity by reading the label
phone Co. city policeman. was played! Wednesday night. Conner suggested that homeowners After a pesticide Is purchased -

The councilman is a membero Bowen worked as a police officer James Edgar King, 54, was with small children ," Conner warned, "there are
will meet
f the Madison Street Baptist for about and then Starke Merchants pronounced dead on arrival at select insecticide:! in pressurizedcans ,I
a year some general precautions which ZM .
White Lion of St. Augustine 11 t Lxd ,
Church, .where he formerly returned to Terwtllegar's and Bradford County Hospital last ratter: than liquids or pew- :
should be followed.
served tonight (Thursday) at 7:45.: Saturday following a sudden ill- ders In hand A .child '.
as a deacon and is now since then he has "been back sprayers. Storage should be in a cool,
serving as assistant Sunday and forth" from there to the Sub-District finals will be ness. cannot open the pressurizedcan a :EWant
: reachof
dry place:: well cut of the
School superintendent. He is police department.The played here Sunday afternoon A native of Brockton, Ala., which reduces the risk of
children pets and irrespon.
also serving as treasurer of with the first game scheduledfor he was an employee of the swallowing massive doses, he ?
the Rotary Club and a memberof candidate completed the 2 p.m., and the finals at Florida Forest Service and a said. elbls pers3ns.Keep the combination
the BIP Committee of the ninth grade in South Carolinaand 3:30. member of the Baptist Church. "The best advice to the user children and animals
lie retired from the U.S. away when using sprays.
Chamber of Commerce. completed work toward his of pesticides la to read the
The winner and the 1959 after 20 of service, Contact with skin; mouth,
Williams is a member of high school diploma while in runnerup years label and follow the directions,"
will to the District and a veteran of World war eyes cr r.cse: should be avoided.: .. ... .
the Masonic Lodge, serves on the Air Force. [He is a mem- go was he added. It \ 'n I frill a.1 h tor car rvpitr* uttniu ii f\M-n| t the board of directors of CUBB ber of St. Edward's Catholic Tournament in Gainesville, n and the Korean Conflict. After using insecticides wash p.i.meiil, .i nl l hill. trit\p|or tint mhir 1 north"litli. |,,,,|....i -vu-tl,
Surviving his wife, MyraE. All pesticides are dangerousbut well with n hi not|>hnn* ,tin now. 1 our ...*,11,., pin"'nun." maul .."II II'
Economic Agency and Is a VOl- Church and was a member of August 7-10. are according to law, degrees exposed areas soap ..MIHieoi| to t h."co.blhn', -implv
unteer fireman. the Jaycees until that group King, of Lawtey; one daughter and water.
He married Joyce Thomas of disbanded. WOMEN'S LEAGUE Mrs. Patricia Truitt, Atlanta of toxiclty must be identified: If pesticides are swallowed
Colonial Florist defeated Ga. a brother, Robert on the label.
Bradford County in 1954 and ; call a physician at once. Be
they have three sons, ages 14, Bowen is married and has a Norman's Farm 11-7 in the King, Birmingham, Ala.; and a First highly toxic pesticides prepared to tell him ,the chemicals -
12, and eight.Williams three-year-old daughter. Women's ASA Sub District sister, Mrs. Fortes Priestly must be so labeled, in bold listed on the label. DIAL 964.7449
Tournament In Gainesville also of Birmingham. print. The label must also: bear
said he be
would Most prepared sprays are LOANS TO $600
"My major concern Is to do Tuesday night. It was Norman's Services were held at 11 a.m. the skull and crossbones: plus
making statements to the voters flammable, so do not smoke
everything in my power to see first loss. Tuesday at Wilson Funeral "POISON" In red letters, an
in the He
future. TOWN
near hopesto when using; them FINANCE
or spray near COMPANY
be able to "canvass the town that the city employees get home in Valley Head Ala.. De- antidote statement, emergency flames.Do .
in much the same manner as more money," Bowen said. By virtue of Its win, Col- Witt C.Jones Funeral Home was first aid; treatment, and:! a warn.
1967." "They are definitely underpaid onial will advance to the quar- in charge of the local arrange- Ing to call a physician if swall- not Incinerate or punctul'Cempty 226 N. TEMPLE: AVE. STARKE
and they need somebody to help ter finals, and will meet Sher- ments. owed. pressurized cans, as
them." they may explode.
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Rosser Bids
As for the race, Bowen said: .

For Return As everybody's"I certainly help would on appreciate this thinj OVER 150 STORES THROUGHOUT SOUTHEASTERN STATESjVALUES !

It's something new to me andI
Police ChiefBill need their help." 155 WEST CALL ST.

Rosser, City Police Chief
from 1961-67 who was defeatedby ARE OUR
incumbent Bobby Biggs, Is Maurice White STARKEBUSINESS
running again for that position. r (l
The 36-year-old-native of
Starke is the son of the late Enters Race ftI ***

Frank "O'Boy" Rosser, own- OUR POLICYIf !
er of a local restaurant, and of For Council
Susie Strickland Rosser, who DOLLAR' LAY-AWAY
now lives in Miami. you are'not entirely satisfied with your
Mrs. Maurice J. White, 38-
Rosser married Ton Reevesof
Jacksonville in 1967. They year-old school teacher, has NOW purchase we will gladly exchange or re-

are expecting their first childin tossed her bonnet into the ring fund your money with cash register
February. Mrs. Rosseris and become the first woman to offfic
employed at Loudon's Beauty enter the September 9 city el- receipt.>

Shop. ections.In .

Formerly employed Jimmy her first try for politi-
Moore's Sun Sports, the candi- cal office, she will be runningfor
date has 14 years of business the Group 4 council seat
experience, Police Academy now held by Gerald Williams.A .
training and 7 1/2 years of local
police service, six of them as native of Bradford County, i
Chief of Police.In Mrs. White graduated from
a statement given to The Florida A & M in 1953 with a

Telegraph, Rosser said he will BS in elementary education and
give UD his job to run "as I in 1954 with a Master's in
feel the people want a candi- education. She returned to

date who wants the job bad Bradford County in Septemberof h as.,..s. aa!xrre xx
6d au?'
enough to work full time to 1954 and began her teaching 4' a.0..r.fJ eO.>roa .W'er'mo w nRX > : $aww craAan. ....Smw..S u :a

get it."The. career at RJE. She is pre-
'67-68 police budgetran sently teaching at Starke El-
close to $100,00 $51,000over ()() ementary.Mrs. THURSDAY -- FRIDAY -- SATURDAY
This r
the approved budget.
White, now a widow, ..
is a lot of light bills and tax
payers' dollars and deserveda was married in 1954 and has
full time chief to look after two sons, ages 12 and 10. Her
husband was a teacher and both
it."I feel my business experi- of her parents, the A. O. Jenkins LISTERINEOral I '
ence and desire to serve full Sr., were teachers. The -
time will enable me to cut "J" in RJE honors her deceased .. .
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the the police budget department.while re-vamping" pal of that father school who for was a princi-num- 'iiifii! !!!!!! !!iliifiJ1rtr! !!!! !!

six In pledges the statement to the, Rosser voters.made If ber The of years.political newcomer is a I Antiseptic! Biggest Bargain Of The Year Njffiiiiiiii! !:tfi!! !!Jiiifift! !: j

elected, he will: member of Bradford Education + Dig 7-ounce ;:;:::;:::::::;:;::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::;::::;:: I
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they Council"Put will a to have walking assure a full the police time people chief.officerin that organization.ved as from the her faculty She school representative is also to that a- u araLMr=_ .. Kills germs oncontact I :JJIJiiiiiifJlftfiljfifffffifliJfJitiij!!!! !! !!!!! !

business district for the
the member of New Bethel Bap-
protection of the people and tist Church and Allen Chapel I

local'Enforce business.the" five minute in AME denominations Church ("I 1 anymore don't believe),and I iifiltI1'i f.tit.:1:

blocking of railroad crossingsfor of the Bradford Chapter of NA-
safety, and do everything
possible to establish arms at ACP.Mrs.
all RR crossins. White said she enteredthe for 00 LAYAWAY LIMITED 1
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"Will check business at nightto people as a member of the city ,
keep down breaking and entering council. She said she knows SWING-TOP
and to stop armed hold- that anyone whogoes into some- NOW
ups now going on." thing for the first time has : ,
"Will establish a police department much to learn," and that she is TRASH CANS
the people can be "willing to learn in order to CREAM ,;
proud of and will be able to serve."
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Il a r The Question Of Bulkhead Lines I IWBMS

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By Bill Baker Florida and not work hard-

Property Owner ships on some tobenefitothers.We .
Lake Geneva, Fla. understand the problems
The question bulkhead linesin ( : confronting the state on the
lakes, on rivers and ,) lower east and west coasts
and other tideland areas of
streams, tideland flats and
the state, but we should not be
ocean fronts has become a real
problem to the State of Florida. d made to suffer problems because -

Perhaps it should be said thatit f 1 k f p pry. 2U of their the problems.State claims to
appears as if all this was
water mark,
the high property
fairly clear until recent months,
t and perhaps someone has just owners do not own water-
front property, and the tax assessors -
made it confusing as appearsto
tJ 'i "I p :' #.!y be now, for some reason unknown in each county must
to this writer. In any r re-value all this property and

case, let us examine the recordas lower the assessments accord-

editorial. > we know it, or believe we ingly. By this same. token
City Registration ]know it.For then all property owners In
back Into the Clay County will come into the
I many years
Needed NowThe Deadline 5 p.m. i beginning of history of this j picture, as taxes would have to
state, deeds have been writtenon be raised on all other property
Saturday, Aug.,23 ; waterfront property border- to make up for this les-

Ing state lakes and other bodies | sening of waterfront taxes in

need: for immediate zoning in is Deadline for registering to of water, with the side boundary j Clay County. We also feel
however and it that
goal hoped
in the 9 elec- would have grounds to
Bradford is graphically illustrated vote Sept. city from a given point along a road that we
County these efforts will be speeded up in tions is 5 P.m. Saturday, Aug. ar other point of beginning as t go back in prior years and insist -

by above photographs showing view of the Geneva Point situation, and 23.Citizens "so many feet, more or less, upon the county refundingthis

the location of a proposed develop- will be effective in time to give proper who wish to vote to the watef edge," or "so over tax we have paid.

ment, believed to be designed for the ty' owners there the protection they in that election must registerat many feet, plus or minus, to 3-- If the State owns from the

sole of lots to mobile home owners, deserve.At!' city Edwards hall, City Clerk Merrill He- the water's edge," or words to Tb problem of receding water levels In fresh water lakes high water mahr, what is to prevent -
stressed. i that effect. them from declaring Lake
within thirty-five yards of a colonial a recent meeting the County pointed out that even though a Also, the courts, over the .la well iUuitrmted by these photographs of properties on Lake Geneva a state park, fencing it

brick hcme now under constructionin Commissioners!' indicated willingness to person has registered at the ;years, have held this meant Brooklyn.At all around its perimeter at the

Geneva Point Estates. obtain an injunction to halt the. trailer courthouse he would notbe qual- i that when the water receded, top this pier and pavilion, once extended well out over high water mark, an d then

Other fine homes have been built, site development until zoning codes ified to vote in the city elec- 1 the property owner actually had the water, la now suspended over a sandy beach area. charging all people, Includingthe

are now under construction, or are could be adopted, but were advised by Hall tion on until hompson he registered Mreet.at City ,control of more land, and when In lower photo, owner of lakefront, property on Brooklyn present "waterfront"property
i the waters rose, the property owners to enter and use
,planned in this' beautiful location where their attorney this week that they hadno Citizens may register be- owner had control of less land. Bay has clean-cut a wIde expanse of "new land1' exposed when it for boating, swimming, etc.

the western:, tip of Lake Geneva crosses legal authority to take such action. tween 8:30: and 5 Monday through There are ample cases on rec- level In lake dropped six or eight feet. only through state designated

the Uradforrt County line. The ownersof The board's attorney has said, however Friday and 8:30: and noon on
these homes fear that developmentof that preliminary work on the Saturdays.To to i ed down these decisions, or so clear new beaches sine their property lines extend out into this has actually happenedin
sites in the area qualify register, one ,we are told as laymen by at- some other states.
mobile home same
zoning code has progressed to the point must be 21 years of age or old- torneys i and others of authority.Now the lake. But oa Lake Geneva the matter Is In debate since 4The State Game Commis-
will depreciate the value of their property that it could be completed and put into er and have been a residentof the State claims ownership of tb lake bottom up to the high sion representative who has
owners along -
and will be out of keeping with effect within a very few weeks. Under Starke for at least six months the borders property of stateowned water mark.tablishing talked to this writer stated

the homes already: built in the area. the special act passed at the 1963 ses- and of Florida for at least one (the or meandered) lakes and a bulkhead line a- laws have been passed lumping they do not have policing authority -
It is acknowledged that mobile sion the zoning code be adopted year. bodies of water are told they own but are merely work-
can Persons who have not voted in round Lake Geneva. After discussion all the waters of Florida
homes are becoming more spacious and without submitting to a referendum, a city election since 1966 have 'only to the "high water line,II and at the request of under one head. This seemsto ing as a field force for the Fund Internal -

more attractive all the time, and are and they must not clear mow, William Baker, motion was be law. Cer- Improvement
although a public hearing is required.This been dropped fro m the rolls ; a very poor Board, who tell them they do
apparently on the American scene to should he followed immediatelyby and must notify the clerk that pull grass below, perform this line any or other out made by Commissioner Newell, tainly land locked lakes, riv- not have funds to provide a
But certain of architec- they want to be reinstated if activity seconded by Commissioner ers, streams, ocean fronts,and
stay. field force of their own to enforce -
adoption of building code We are
a of water.
into the body Saunders be
and carried, to authorize tideland flats should each
they want to be able to vote on "
ture are not compatible when in close which would do much to halt the home Sept. 9.Law. told that this destroys the habi- William Baker and Tracy carefully considered on an Individual their "edicts, or whatever

proximity, and a mobile home and a repair frauds: that have plagued the tat for fish, snakes, alligators Baker to prepare petition and basis to properly con- they base their claims

colonial home, such as pictured here people of Bradford County in recent frogs, and other wildlife. In map setting the bulkhead line trol the bodies of water in (Continued on Next Page)
would not be the best choice from a other words, any propertyowner at the low water mark on Lake -
years. Now Permits along a lake like Lake Geneva, which fronts on the
zoning !standpoint. fn the meanwhile the only weapon Geneva must allow a jungleto Baker property. All costs to be .:' "
Situations such as this arise from. the county has to use to halt (at least Use of LightsTo grow up in low water times paid by Mr. William Baker and II's a woman's

the fact that Bradford County has no between his property line of Mr. Baker. '
temporarily) the development near Change LanesSome Tracy Proper map, ':
zoning regulations, and at present Lake Geneva Point would be to insist, the high water mark be and faced the petition and resolution to be :': {fJ1ff1fff&b! [
the lake or
homeowner edge of prepared and presented to the
there is nothing to protect a
through the and state health confusion
county departments of the facing with a fine and or imprisonment Board of County Commis-
from having a poultry house, on the strict enforcement drivers has been eliminatedby for trespassing and defacing sioners for further action." ,,

an auto graveyard: or some objectionable cf sanitary regulations governing such a revision of the lawmak- "state property." Unquote.

industry located on adjoining pro- developments. We believe this is being ing it legal to use turn signalsto Tir recent weeks and months After continued visits by the Py Martha Sue McCain

perty. done and provide the Indicate a change of lan the State Game & Fresh Water Game Commission representative f- County Extension
Authorization to zone the countywas may necessary while driving, the Florida High- Fish Commission has sent bio- to this writer's property, Home Economics Agent
stopgap until the county's zoning codeis Into this area to visit
way Patrol announced this week. logists both while he was home and
set forth in a special legislativeact adopted.It Prior to the revision, the law and speak with property owners while he was not at home, he

passed,, six long years ago, but up is obviously later than we think. limited use of directional lights along Lake Geneva and stop spoke to the representative on REUPHOLSTER while doing a horns re-upholstering -

to date the zoning code has not been County zoning is inevitable and is already except to Indicate a right or left them from keeping up or main- July 3 and told him not to return DO OR DON"nWhen Job ,and keepth e cost
taining their high water markto until he had autho- is a chair or sofa worth
implemented.Steps turn, or to indicate that a vehicle proper 'within reason.
have been taken toward this twenty years too late coming to was stopped or disabled. the edge of the lake, and out rity to come on his propertyand the money or time to reuphol- Fabrics used in upholstered
Bradford. It must no longer be delayed. The new revision broadens the Into the lake. move around at will in- ster it? furniture are similar to thosein

law to include use of the lights When asked by what authority specting, taking pictures, and A genuine antique of mahog- clothing styles these days.

for showing Intention to change they come on our land and tell generally making a nuisance of any, walnut cherry or other Thus, tha "leather lock" and.
lanes. us to stop working on what we I himself line hard ,woods is certainly ,the "suede look" ,are popular.
Ib ,##,.,.#,#" .,#" ,#" '" ,###,#" #N/N1tNN/M "The use of turn signals dur- claim as our land, they cannot The representative of the worth the trouble and money. Then too, there are damasks

ing lane changes Is a definite cite what authority they are Game Commission persisted in Modern trends in furnishingstend and textured materials such as

.Just a beginning safety factor, since it keeps exercising. One biologist has returning -- so, on the morningof to increase rather than textured linens to give furniture
other motorists informed of stated to this writer that his July 18 a warrant was signedby lessen, the value of good period ,a modern look. Velvets

"For man there is no rest and no ending. lie Intentions and thereby badge gives him this authority. this writer before the local pieces made of fine hard woods.: used; In upholstering nowadays
When asked where the state Justice of Peace and servedon
must go on- tie planet and its winds and Patrol spokesmansaid. property begins, they cannot the Game Commission offi-
and all popular. in
ways, the demarkationline. cherry are currently durable fiber:' olefin used
really point to the cer for trespassing on private
laws of mind and matter that restrain scarcity of
him. But the growing indoor-outdoor carpet fibers -
They are really quite
Then (lie planets about him, and at last out vague about the whole matter. Subsequently, the officer was these and other hard woods is now a long-lasting upholstery

across imniciiMlv to the stars. And when he They also tell us they have no ordered back to his home base predicted for the future adds a fabric.

has conquered all the deeps of space and all Day Camp Set police authority, really, but that and instructed not to return until Halo to old furniture. Such a renewed Before you part with a piere

the mysteries" of time-still he will be but For Girl Scouts they are working in coopera- further information and pro- l piece would be valuablefor of furniture you wish later you

beginning. tion with the Internal Improve- per action can be taken by higher resale if for no other rea- hadn't, visit furniture stores and
II. G. Wells 1935!) At Camp NeyatiA ment Fund Board as their field authority. At the present son. study magazines for ideas.A .

force. When asked why this Is, time this writer awaits contactby "Mixlng" seems to( be the chair or sofa. Is not worth
'." ," ,." ,,,." ,,.,.. #" '##'##" #" Girl Scout Day Camp will i they tell us that the OF has no higher authority. The war- trend in furniture these days. re-upholstering, however if i n

With three U.S. astronauts returning gical standpoint, there is no real bar- be held at Camo NevAti nn, funds for such a field force to rant is being held in abeyancefor you're likely to find a combi Is poorly-constructed, has *

safely last week from man's first visit rier to a manned landing,on Mars in t Kingsley Lake, Aug. 4-7, and, enforce laws they cannot even a period of ten days, at nation of several furniture sty soft wood frame, has poorly-
the Aug. 11-14 (one eight-day ses- cite to us. which time the Justice of Peace les used in one room for greater braced Joints, and doesn't sit
to the moon, and our unmanned space- 1980's or at least before this century sion). This writer grew tired of the has been asked institue pro- interest. An old chair or squarely on its legs. Even

craft Mariner sending back picturesthis closes: in the year 2,000. Hours will be from 9:30: "harrassment" by this agency, ceedings to carry. the warrant sofa with good: simple linen though it's. a good style, with

week from its rendezvous with The speed with which this is accom- a.m. to 3 p.m., and the pro- so he asked for time before the through to conclusion if higher should therefore fit. In with nothing to support it, it would

Mars!' these prophetic words from the plished will be determined by the will- gram will include swimming, Board of County Commissioners authority has not arrived in nearly any style of furniture.If be only a show piece. Y u'd

great English writer, H. G. Wells, takeon ingness of the American people to seethe boating, arts, campcraft, cook-| of Clay County and re- the Lake this Geneva issue area to prop it is also well-made, solid and have a hard time keeping people:
quested to allow each erly get settled to
billions the outs, and overnight camping comfortable, with a hard frame out of it, too.
necessary spent
new meaning. on exploration property owner to have a sur- the satisfaction of all concern-
Now that man has walked across the of space, when so much remains for Girls from girls.7 to 17 are eli- veyor lay out the low waterline ed.Let it should: give. many more We have a waiting list in our
to be done here as the official bulkhead In Lake us explore all the rami- years of servics. definitelyh office fcr 'a Re-upholstery
surface of the moon, the footprints left at home. The gible, and the fee Is $5 forScouts would be interested illlearning'
total cost of the could reachan and $6 for nonScouts.. Geneva. He was accompanied fications this writer can think or sofa shop. If you are
behind foretell a future of such limit- program i ,
Directing the will be J by T. W. Baker and Roy Wat- of at the moment, and he is worth reupholsterlnff.Upholstered more about re-uphol
ness implications as to baffle our earthbound astronomical figure of $100 billionbefore camp furniture of com- if have chair
Mrs. Dorothy Siegel and Mrs. kins to the meeting. The following sure that others lurk around stery or you
minds. Mars is conquered like the moon. resolution was passed the corners that other prop fortable, solid construction, that. you'd like to do ever,

Hut the facts are clear. Man has A trip to Mars\ holds promise of even Jean Council Schieneman from the Gateway because of this request, and is erty owners can reveal if all would be worth the time and please call ,this office at 9646554or

finally !soared' to another world, walkedits mere fascination than last week's visit J staff. herewith quoted verbatim as on in this area put their mindsto money to( renew, even thoughthe drop a card to Box 267,
file in this writer's this issue. leaves much to be da- 32091. come to(
to the moon. Mars office and style Starke, Fla. or
seems earthlike
surface examined its more June 7 1918
landscape -Six-power
than attested by the Clerk of the 1 1This is a recreationallake sired. The family] might be able- the Agricultural. Center, August
gathered samples of its soil, and has any other planet. The Mar- London conference announces Court as official copy of that and not a habitat of to change! the style somewhat' 6th! at 2 p.m.
lived to bring this invaluable know- tian day ((21 hours and 37 minutes)1 agreement on West Germany. resolution. alligators, snakes, frogs, and ,

ledge back to Earth. Never again can and the tilt of its axis strikingly resemble June 30, 1958;) -Admission Quote: "Mr. William Baker, wildlife in general. In this r.I-- !I 1 __

we be content merely to study from a- those of the Earth. Hence, the of Alaska as the 49th state Tracy Baker, and Roy Watkins respect, all Florida lakes differ ,

far that newfound world, and the space climates are believed to be somewhat, approved by Senate. appeared in reference to es- an and individual should be basis.consideredon Some -1

beyond. similar, though Martian nights are

Will Mars be the next objective? likely much colder.

Much will depend on the interpretationof Mars is the only other world known FarmersAfter Diarycrease

the pictures!' relayed to us this week to have seasons' : as does the Earth. 7

by Mariner\ G and 7. Both vehicles are This is indicated by the white caps being up in outer spaceso F1138Lett
that the long with our moon astro- the millage( to the ex-
expected to transmit more than a hundred coyer Martian poles, which nauts, it has been hard to come tent needed to balance the bud-

I photographs: ranging from full expand in winter and contract in sum down to earth again and resume get. But that's just where the

j disk views to detailed studies from a, mer due to changes in temperature. normal living. Looking back rub comes in: what to cut?

I distance of only 2,000 miles. Instruments But for the time being, at least, we on that eight day period now, You may be sure that each de- Ge 8aatix i 5't

: aboard the two craft will test are content to rest!' with the splendid' we can remember no other 'partment has a'strong argu-
achievement experience In our lives which ment for its budget request, so
I the Martian\ atmosphere and tell us of our Astronauts Armstrong -A
had us so worried so the board has to decide on the .
or ...
whether it is of the type that could Alflrin. and Collins, who began emotionally drained when the validity of a large number of -rr.- d

support some form of life. the direct exploration of other worlds, men returned safely. requests for additional funds. qv LynnyNsmIfnn.
awl initiated .t.. of Snttther'n Marine
Scientists say that from a technolo- a quest that could carry
men on to the stars. One thing for sure, when the Hy Sam McGarveythe The controversies over at MOTOR: OVERBOARD_ loci linn and lank I'lill the starter
--- .- .full moon appears again soon, Lake Geneva and at Santa Fe \\li\T TO DO tope until all water has been expelled.
fl. a lot of us will gaze at it witha indication that the quotations Lake, we can't help but won- Squill some moO oil into
} ltd tear, Ito I uh ut; s of[ 11111.hv.lld the hole icnilIc
The Bradford new sense of der what will happen if the fall I park plug Rca>
County familiarity would rise when better gradesof ,
R season brings some hurricane get .1 baptism for ulmli diet! the motor\ :and stall it If it Mails, it
tdheBi6lt because we've been there and leaf were offered for sale hate dchc-a tlunk.
no ic>
I iMj> c.te i.m lie without .
likch inn
TELEGRAPH rains and the lakes to Hood damage.V
at least some of the later during the market. Pricesof go up 'llic either into
age old level? For thing the Geneva illl| ) ;tic lhuppcd| | motor lost oicilxiaul in salt
-1 secrets have been revealed. around 80 cents a pound con- one lie I wjlei ;.it 01 near a pici while w.itei moie of a pioblcni
.. lakefront presents
ESTABLISHED 1879 But as many people said later trast with those of 20 cents owners will not be being; .iil.ichcfl (10 a ,heat. 01 the If not ictotcictl iniiiicdi.iiclv., the

__ "I saw it happen, but I stillcan't many years ago, and no one concerned about clearing off flame HIH.WI uoik. Iuo>c and lho\ niutoi( should l>e .disassembled and
They who wait for the Lord believe their beaches, as in many cases ado loot uicitxMitlhilv miming
that we've landeda can argue that the prices for cleaned beloie .in tempi( I is madeto
i shall renew their strength. man on the moon." tabacco have not kept pace with the beaches will be underwaterand Sen ice pel sound iit lMiiuuleMotois slait it. VII elcuiu.il equipment
MtM/a (Isa. 40:31)). the times. the fish .will take over. tiller' sonic bus. of .uhlte: in on a motor siibmeiged for an,
.5 -
then \CIIL tins If
Meanwhile happens a motor length of tune in salt ".IICI' Mist 1 1I
there has 5 *
FLORI A ESS We have more strength than apparent in been an It will be like the time about i is lust OM-iho.ml while limning, it I lie change the weatherpatternandwehaverelief The County Commission is should l ,
he tlisassi-nihletl
stools he
we realize. We arc capable of 10 years ago when Brooklyn w.itci and ilioioughl dried befuic
from having a tough time trying to fine UIle'1II1'1 is .
.inv ni.ulc to.1.111\ it
standing strong and steadfast Lake was so low and about a 1
ASSOTON / soaring temperatures in \\ hen the is dunked, "
the make up a budget for the com- inoioi while Sonic .
ni.Kcii.iU used modem
dozen in
because is of the form of plans were thought up
our strength heavy showers which IlIlInilll, tool ",ncr I nu.nl.lbl 1
in |
ing each >
year, year for engines aie subject to i.ipul' coiio-
restoring the water level.
Spirit. It The old Dame Nature
being. If need in a very time. But n steppedin '( Ibis I ollcn. >piiiip| the pails
my we physical we and that means either cuttingthe .mil I should be mspetleil to determine
J strength/ God in the midstof have a long way to go before services the county sup- long the old rains came,Lake and before :and will iniimiiK i ""dcIlImc conditions" ( if leplaiimeius etc re<|inieil.
the water Brooklyn was at cause d.im.igc I lie best niUiielieic
E. L. MATTHEWEdltor/ -Publiaber us is powerful and life-giv- to its usual table rises agains plies, or an Increase In taxes. its former level and everyonewas is to ton-toll join in.n medtalci should II theie he is anx hCll.doubt, :a dealer
ing. Draw this life-Riving level and the bays So no matter what the board ". lie is hcM con.n
Published each Thursday and entered ma Second on and ponds are full. happy again. : equipped| to Of course thc best luiioii is I
, strength by affirming "We does in that respect, there is 55 handle I the situation,
ClaM Mailer at the Post Office at Starke, Florida are pIC\Cllli..n.' I He i.nrfnl in hun.llinKJIIIIIlu
5. bound to be dissatisfaction from You remember the .\ inoioi dinikeil in liesli ualti, ,'
in old ,
under Act strong the Lord and in the say- \\hcn it is bung :at lItdle: l lllghlin
of March: 3rd 1s7$. I one source or another. |I"\tiled it oar mil iinmiiiK :at the ,
power of His might.God Tobacco growers got good ing, "Whatever goes up, is 1.11111'| H(it\\s power S ..
Subscription In trade area: 1 year, $5.00; OutsideI news when the auction markets bound to come down!" In this nine au 'noim.ilU lie slatted s.ilcl) ::111111 iluik limn |1'1'i'Nlinlll, : II mas
will help His Miihin
us accept good if u-totimt I 12 luaus,
I ( area: 1 ;year, $5.50 opened with prices The obvious solution of case, the reverse may be true, put.' (-'''ii be a //I'"NI) idia tn fasltn theIIIIINttlll
averaging soul
will and tiding 110 tilt ,
through in- in is etulenlKrnimc
J"_______ .... creased purpose around 79 cents a pound, and course, is to cut out all non- that the water that goes down is the i|>.uk |>Iiis|( ihc 1.11humor : .- ill. In I liehaiiMini uuli a
spiritual understanding. essential spending that then In- bound mi to kt-ip. n hum lulling/ lu theIxiiiiiin -
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( Parenls :1;;i New Auto Inspection Hours >\# r I Postal Union Leader Says Public 1 4C stamp In 1 cost')59. sumo to 5C from in 1963 3C to to got Hall bats says In his readers philately of this" article -

4{ 6C in 1968 -- and the end is should consider writl.ig
Close to $1 l Million l Next Year Will Go Into Effect Aug. 1 not He in slant" their two U.S. Senators and

pointed out that the old House Representative expressing -

In Bradford County, the propoitioii New hours for BradfordCounty's tions instead of semi-annual Pays More If Corporation FormedPostal 3C rate reminded unchanged their personal opinion
ot l yuuiitf. isople: ,who 370. In 19UU the Lumber tram the Motor Vehicle Inspection inspections. for 27 years from 1932 to 19- Immediately! regarding this
I will be going& u clu.lIel1: local area was d60. Station will go into effect 59 and that the previous 2C pending bill before the Congress
elides resume in c. .t.moJJ1', As to cost at state colleges Friday Aug. 1 1. This means that re-inspec union leaders InStarke tion he said, "along with rate prevailed for 13 years before before It is too late.
to borrow up
and other publiclysupported;) 7:30 tions dates have been changedas predict that the mailing public authority; that. June
will be g.iMier than ever. Instead of opening at : of $10 billionsfor 20. 1782-The Great
f. And. at the same time as Institutions, the b111 will cometo a.m., the station will open at follows: will "pay through the nose"for to a capital Improvements and "On the basis of our union Seal of the United States
about $1,600, on average, for 8 a.m. The rest of the hours any postal corporation set analysis Hall
i the patents of t.isse college. other needs adopted by the Continental
to the nation's
up run post concluded "anyone who
tuition fees, room and beard. remain the same from 8 to thinksa
bcund c.uii4U.-s: : If current certificate "But sold to the .
discovering obligations Congress.June
>> are ; your offices self
on a sustaining corporation !is
tuition Some charge/ more lor out-of- noon and from 1 to 4:30 Monday expired in July the reinspection will not be guaranteedEd going to do '
25 1837
sts111 public
: c be at basis. better than n Ci,>:\ n .>,l1tic- -The Pennsylvania
nll-ilme state students and less for local through Friday except it is date is August or Septem- the U. S. and the Treasury'sLocal
gnu ll1g:1.I : Hall Secretary of Starke's by ally sensitive to such problemsand Railroad bought the
the last Saturday of the
On the oasis of local enroll. ones. open ber. 2782 United Federation own purchase of such obligations to the American public has states' railway. and canal sys
At private colleges, the average month and closed the Monday "
Clerks }is limited to $2 billions.
Invents attd the of Postal that I
rates for new tult1 schedulesof cost w111 be close to $2.700 preceding the last Saturday.The For those expiring[ In August the directors of, suggests such he aridprt. .l.r.:....::::::::::.::.::.::.::::.:.::.,:.::.::.,:,.:.,:,.:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:.:...,...,.,..,.,'.*..tem.. >*' -."""--..-.,-
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this year. change is being made because re-Inspection date is Octoberor "So the real fiscal back. ;,' n:: fv..vrs.rwwy:{:%:;;:::;:;:;:;:::::::::Yr't:: : ,; i
.room, board ':and incidentalsipaienUs will use their rate-
To these figurcu! must be add under the present hours November. fixing "to show a profit up lies in the monopoly priceat '-' I
of t.l"Je power '
Ibe shoulacilng a million smaeuts( dollar will ed the cost ot books and sup. 35 employees to 40 minutes often overtime are working and For those expiring in at whatever cost to the con stamps -- an open ended I?!
backed the !
:load for tae coming academic plies Incidentals.clothes transportationand the county cannot pay them September re inspection date sumer."It's"human nature" he said faith safeguard and credit-- of you by- know- !!1 DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
bear it is is December
l11ated. to Frank
) overtime according or January. "
I.I The grand total for those in Hall also cited recent studies who Hall declared : ::
The institute ot Life Insurance Williams director of the county j
He also pointed[ out that the i
finds that the cst of send.ins public collages, comes to approximately nroerram. October expirations must be by the union's national headquarters Administration had already STARKE |
$2,200 and. for William said he re-inspected in February; or in Washington which
childieu to college for fOUL',3'em',5 employpes
could tar those in private colleges 3400. will actually work until 5 p.m. March; and November expirat- describe the pending legislation asked Congress this year PHONE 964-6200 ||
amou.it. some another one cent increase on
The $1.036.000 overall cost.fol' in Congress as the most
ions in April May
but that the last 30 minutes will or
'families, {
to the biggest expenditure of first class and postcard rates $
Bradford County families, be used to "clean and check gigantic giveaway taxpayers'assets
of their lives up and rate boosts in .
} This is particularly true for is based upon half of the stu up" rather than to inspect Inspections will be valid for United States.in the" history of the various comparable types of mall ''1'! KEYSTONE HEIGHTS f i if
dents going to public collegesand vehicles. one year from date of inspection. ,
BradfOld( County families that "Billions o( dollars In plants, "If enacted he said "the 'f!i f
half to( private= ones. Williams also asked that The In PHONE 473-3176: f
will be the fourth

(have two or nicie youngsters to facilities, vehicles[ and equipment request
Heavy this financial bur out
as Telegraph point once again
in first class mail rates
put thjough college. The Inspection fee is now $3 will simply be handed over crease :! I
den has become more and that the 1969 session of the Leg- ;:
in the last ten ; which
Facts and flguies! on college with an additional$1 charged for to the corporation's board year
costs ant: emollments have be- It more t possible local to families handle are it, finding thanksto : islature to call changed for annual inspectionlaw Inspec late inspection. of directors by this legisla- have seen the country's basic >:%:::ftft:::::::::::::::::V:3W::::::: ::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,:::::::::,:::::::.:::::.:;:;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.f.'

ccme available through surveys
Using incomes.Thirteen.
made by the Dzpartmeiit of

!{Health, Education and Welfare
)the U. S. Chamber of: Commerce Arrests ,. .
land cthel's.They show. that t no less than Made For Game ." I ,,,"

(seven million Americans will Law ViolationsThirteen

'attend college this year as EAGLE
against 2yJ5,000 in 1980.
I Of this total, Bradford: CountY arrests were madein + ARM V7 \ MAW

will -supply:! approximately Bradford County for violations i1f. ,
( of Florida's hunting fishIng + 0e( a ( DISCOUNT STORES

and boating laws durngihe U LOWER BETTER
six month Sar es *
period January j PRICES QUALITY I
through June 1969. Clay County r: ;f'"., MOREk I

:t 301 Union reported two 73 arrests and Alachua Baker 28 170, ,:r/ TERRIFIC VALUES! j. yySIAC 50 w r

during the same period.

I DRIVE-IN period east Region totaled an 577 increase in the North-of 175 o+scourlr SYORES OF OUR NEW STORE AT 424 W. BRANDON BLVD., BRANDON FLORIDA !

over the same period in 1968.
I +INS The lar est increase was for FRIDAY A SATURDAY
fishing violations., where the
I AT SUNDOWN figure jumped from 241 In 19- MEN'S FAMOUS MAKER 6 FT. PLASTIC

ADMISSION: 75c 58 to 3S9 in 1969 Comparisonof G. E ELECTRIC ZIPPERED I
' the two periods also showsan .
increase in hunting viola-
When With An Adult tions from 69 to 106, and boat- IY J PERMANENT. PRESS ALARM CLOCK SWEATER BAGS For floating fun in

ing violations from 94 to 112. t
the pool lazing at
sold 'from 10.00 to 12.00 a_
Thurs. Fri. Nationally __ Dependable
Sat. Included in the overall figure the beach or comfortable -
needs choose -c; -
Never ironing: ;. and acurate
July 31 Aug. 1, 2 were two persons arrested for I from finest tailoring, quality I: II 12! I ,I Antique white '' camping' !
possession of 4,000 pounds of .. .. 2 ,
Double Feature Program I t. fabrics, mostly Ivy styling cast Inflatable:, with"
fresh water game fish and another built ,
in pillow
found with 90 alli- some Continentals .3 A great value!
illegal Assorted popular colors llO.: a? A I large 77" X 72"
gator hides. Sizes 30/33) ..... II 1 size
Maj. R. M. Brandy, North
I east Region Manager attributed 6..=- Heavy duty YOU SAVE )tit
the additional arrests to an ( I vinyl; keeps

; Increase in hunting, fishing, r + $ sweaters free
and boating activity, and better from, climatic

training and Improved equip ; stain .

NIII ment for the Commission's en ,gJjYJ -.(
: forcement division.[ I
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I .
"Strick enforcement of hunt

I t:;-.. ing and fishing regulations is a '
necessity if we are to main- LADIES'TERRY 3-PC. INFLATABLE

r tr tain a harvestable game and HEAVY DUTY 17 FT. REWEB KITS
fish for the SWIM SET
1If; population future SCUFFS
Maj Brantley said. LAUNDRY BAGS
PLUS ;+;'.; e
.. :# .
+ ,t,1 II 1..', T' ? .
i -'. ""' : -" Moisture proof ):';:'7' / 29 inch Surfrider
I .... c..t t', laundry bag A: :' / Renew t that 15 inch Ball

+ QtpQ0.r'"'"'" 'fi1 '' '.'':C tt, Great for storing r[/ weary, worn t IS inch Ring
'a ( ,
1 4 ,
e ;- g !E' 1 : p I I I' shoes clothes, Easy to inflate

>>"\ 1'S1.' 1.lS1'\ sE l> :t5 5: / \ and children toys / ') Woven assorted vinyl colors in I Fun for beach or pool

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wedge heel, rubber sole ,
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Nationwide save Fashion collars I / /
can you .: /; Nylon ;a
real money, especially If .' .:w' :','. Comfortable mock-turtles ft + -

: own two cars. Other ,! ..;: t,-' and light !, vt crew necks l&tiXIIXS _
you p"'... weight In LOOT cotton in ,j. fire with handle
t .ti.lce liberalized benefits also : "{. attractive colors > Heavy gauge pan
11 white & colorsVSiiesSML
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i / -,r -; r DENIM SLACKStl \ eYlans, HALF SLIPS i( MEX Concentrated, calcium free KIM 2
1i acetates chlorine Keeps water fresh Eliminates daily hand feeding
I Comfortable ffifA dacron and sanitary, of pool chemicals.: 4 Ib.

i stretch denim tc ??*?;',"'L> eoltonsLADIES' Protects water / cartridge Will'
t .I in assorted up to 48 hrs lasts 3-6 1 I
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J 1 I ri.<.l COLOR United Artists| Hume Office: Columbus, Ohio T-SHIRTS NURSES OXFORDS Uncond. guar PROCTOR-5ILEX HI-INTENSITY

I Soft Paknit with pocket Cushioned for comfort o STEAM & DRY IRON 5v \ Glaze-'free LAMP
i takes
\ light
Solid colors, sizes S/M/L/XL / y, White only, sizes 5/10 /
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Seventeen persons appeared SAVE qT 4-:
before County Judge T.A.Yawnat 1Ze; 14@ihm
Plea Day last week; tour 4r
of them entered pleas of not
guilty and were transferred to
the trial docket. _
Entering pleas of not guilty MARK OF QUALITY
were Roger Leroy Gudith of i
Gainesville, charged with ___ __ t1O
speeding at 95 m.p.h. on US-
301; David James, chargedwith
assault and battery in con-
nection with the slapping of 12LL
seven year old John Allen;
Leslie Crews of Lawtey;
charged with assault and bat- LI'
tery; and Francis Howard Nor- '
man of Lawtey, charged with i STOat5
malicious injury to telephonelines.

On Monday the complaint against Quantity Rights Reserved-Prices Good All Week Thursdoy thru Wednesday July 31 Aug. 6W'NN.DIxI..TORU
withdrawnand .. *.. .
Norman was INC. COPYKIOMT' Ue.I
the case dismissed.The .
13 pleading guilty, the : All Grinds MAXWELL HOUSE
charges and their fines wereas
follows: Sh o

William Henry Gilliard, driving (
while intoxicated, $150 and fit
10 days in jail plus an additional -
50 days if the fine is R15W
not paid and his license was
revoked for two years; and r1dlt
violation of restrictions on his ==

days driver's in iall.license $26 or five rw toffee cT T 7/ .

Alvin Starling, petit larceny, _
for one year; Morris "
probation IiR
Julius Aaron failure to have _i I'I'li li ITS o I
vehicle under control, $36/5 I
Tommy Lee Baker, driving a III'i'II I jI II lu I i
vehicle without an inspection
sticker, $26/3; ASTOR 4"i 'I

Ernest Bernard Fason, i ALL GRINDSCOFFEE +'
speeding $51/5; Bynum Dixon 4 LB.I 69
; ,
Hurst, worthless check; $21/5; 3
and restitution of check; Clar- r l + CAN
ence Williams Jr., driving I l-LB. CAN l8' +jOII
without a driver license,$26/3; Riollw ul/sArusA
Lois Crawford running stop y I LIMIT ONE
$51/5 Sarah trespassing 49CAN
sign ; Banks _
$26/3; Thomas Allen WITH $5.00 OR MORE PURCHASE
Bowen, speeding $51/5; Ronnie limit 1 of Cause. Your Choic w/J5.Food Order Excludmj Cifirtttes. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
Crawford, voluntary intoxication
$25 and $13.50 costsor No Return Bottles 48-oz ASTOR Limit One with' $5.00 or more purchase n cigarettes.

guilty Brenda 30 days.to allowing Kay Tomlinson an unauthorized pled ALE BEER $ 1 69 COOKING OIL..69: ,

person to drive but was released or
with a warning. . .

their bonds persons including William Limit One Detergent of Your Choice' with $5.00 or more purchase excluding' cigarettes. Limit 2 with $5 or more purhase

$250 less Coddard Phillips bond check, charged;charged,and who Ernest with forfeited with a Tommy worth-wilful a DETERGENT. 49 Arrow iltiiC H. 19King ,

and wanton reckless driving, . .
who forfeited$101 bond. Size LEMON FRESH FAB
Limit One Detergent of Your Choice' with $5.00 or more purchase excluding cigarettes. Quart DEEP SOUTH Limit One with $5.00 or more purchase excluding, cigarettes


Revival services will be held
at Pleasant Hope New Congregational
Methodist Church on 48-Ct ASTOR Limit; One with $5.00 or purchase excluding' cigarettes PINEBREEZE GRADE "A"' FRESH FLA.

Starke Wednesday day urday The located nights night Straight on U.S.,three,Aug.Thursday Aug.301.Way 6,7,8 miles 9. The Quartet and and north churchis Fri Sat-of of TEA BAGS: 39' EGGS .AL:2: :::: DOZ. 89,

Fort Meade will present old-
time gospel song each night
starting at 7:30. Rev. Ezra No. 303 Con THRIFTY MAID Apple 33'02. ASTOR Prune
Wells of Winter Haven will be 19oz. Dixie Darling Lemon Yellow 8-or. Thrifty Maid
the speaker. The public is White or Devil Food Sauce........6lNo Juice 3/l 1 TOMATO SAUCE .......101.
cordially invited. CAKE MIXES ...............41. 300 Con THRIFTY MAID Tomato No. 300 Cow Thrifty Mold No""".
ISVi-ox. Dixie Dorlmo White or Fudge C 32'oz. LILAC LiquidDetergent' NORTHERN BEANS ....10/$1. I
FROSTING MIXES .......41. Sauce........ 6/$1 3/$1 Mo 303 Coi Thrifty", Maid\
20-oz. Thrifty Maid CUT GREEN BEANS ....10/$1.
JacksonvilleBusiness TOMATO CATSUP .......4/l. No. 303 Con THRIFTY MAID California No. 303 Con THRIFTY MAID Cut No. 300 Can Thrifty'" Maid
No 2 Con Thriftv Moid Whole 51.or Tomatoes 6/$1 Beets $/$1 BLACKEYED PEAS 101.
....... Whole
CRUSHED PINEAPPLE 41. No 303 Con Thrifty Mold or SI.
46-ci. Thrifty Mid Flo. Fruit Punch. or No. 303 Can THRIFTY MAID Gr. Lima Beam No. 303 THRIFTY MAID 3.Sv. Alaska or LgSwt. White Potatoes or
FRUIT DRINK ...............4/l. or French Style Gr. Peas 8/$1 PINTO BEANS..............10/$1.
46-ci. Thrifty Maid! $ Beans..6/$1 $ $ Nn. 300 Con Thriftv MaidTOMATO
$ JUICE ......._...4/$1. No. 300 Can THRIFTY MAID Kidney, PORK & BEANS ...........10$1.No .
Vj Cons Blue Boy o< GropeDrink 10 1 '/-oz Thrifty MaiH t Chic. &Rice or .
i TUNA FISH .................41. .. .4/$1 Beans..A.W 8/$1 Chicken Noodle SOUP ...10$1.No. .
Directory 2Vj Con Thrif'v Moid Gold orCS. 1 OYz-ot. Can ThiftvMoid Bean or
CUT GREEN BEANS .....41. 22'01. DEEP SOUTH Wh. or Sli Dill Corn 1 Veqetoble SOUP .........101.
No.( 2 Vj Con Thriftv Mold; Cut Pickles .... am3. /$1 ... 7/$1 1 10V5-OI. Con Thrftv Moid Tomato nr
Auto Sales and Service SWEET POTATOES .......41. No 303 Can THRIFTY MAID Mushroom SOUP .......101.
20'00. ARROW SPRAYStarch

, Parrish MotorsSALES $ ....... 3lNo. Spinach.. D.l$1 $

Pears 3/l Milk.... 0.e.7/$1 foR
SERVICE FOR ....... ; :
PARTS .6.00. THRIFTY MAID Sweet or Unl. Grapelru.t

i" Juice......... 31 IT Towels I ..... 5/$1
Always Good Used Cars- 1
921 Laura St. Ph. 356-5654
28'01 CHEK No Return Botiln TWIST OFF TOP 20 Gal PLASTIC 40'oi DEEP SOUTH 12 01 THRIFTY MAID

KI.FTTRir MOTORS!; SOFT DRINKS....... 5/$1. GARBAGE CAN...... $1.99 PEANUT BUTTER.......89'' CORNED BEEF..289'12ot

PEAVY Brothers CANNED DRINKS 15/$1. TOOTHPASTE............ DOG FOOD.......... 10/89'' FACIAL TISSUE......5/l.

Electric Motors, MILK......99' DEODORANT............. 58. CAT FOOD..3/29. BATH TISSUE........5l.U .

,, Generators Sold Serviced. Starters. Repaired Armature FLOUR..5 BAG te O7< HAIR SPRAY.............48' CLEANSER................. 10'' PAPER TOWELS.....5/l.

I II: Rewinding AOH T.enox, Jax. 387-2528 GEORGIA RED ;, FULL JUICE PERSIAN U.S. No. 1 U.nl VuWHITE REGULAR

" PIANOS 4 Limes.. ... 12/49'' Potatoes 10 LBS. 69' I


ORGANS 4 i Loupes..... /$ Grapes.. .. ... L9.


"PEAK OF 3 av Honeydews.; 69* Tomatoes. ... B29
SEASON" 7 IBS. } ?

Peppers.... 5/39* Beans..2 LBS 49

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KIMBALL l ORGANSItaoscvrit J\1all-3IIH.H519( /'I I I .EXTRAEXTRA dN........GREEN........ STAMPS......-....... ::: I I ..6'.:J/M/fllBll GREEN*tIM MM*STAMPS*...M...Mt*.lB ::,I I I EXTRA.iw wdw .nrur/auwu GREEN STAMPS...wn,..r.' .::':1. I I EXTRA..6."N.....GREEN.............STAMPS...n..... r !:,: I *II.i ,::.n:11 -- I f EXTRA n.ix..N-IrYY GREEN._STAMPS... ';:
1 nluYr.r
'' I TWO T OT opplng.OKIE' WHIP : PACK W.O ::111'[ TWO PKO. RICN'A' ...."....'O :1(lEx.--R' I, ,.N..". .OK :
to Choc. CHP PORN OR O 1
1 ": ", OOOO THRU AUO. 6 : ... THRU AUO. 6 ::1 0000* REclair' : Sandwiches : : .. :

L DUDE // ........................."...............".....::....._.._......a.................".................... :,I'..........'.3......................".........r.:. ....'.'..._..,....0000.,.....".THRU..........AUa.........tt....;::1.....-......................6... ...:...J::...\;.;........GOOD....._....THRU....._._.AUU..............:.

. Western Store

.. Western 102 ltOda.Charles 8. Saddles Ed/rewood Clothing&- Sharon and.- Mi-UlO Trailers Petty Leather iIw1 ; WEEKI ; xl

PACE< J 10 TELEttHAPi : : JULY 31. 1969


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. ............. 0 P E N A LL DAY WE D II E S DAY'............. To Senator Meet Saunders Public:

Here August 6

GEAN4flA r This schedule will be repeated three times SA VF q State Sen. Bob Saunders, of

durlnr: the next 15 weeks Gainesville, will hold his first
meet the public sessionIn
COFFEE CUP WEEK"IST INNER PLATE erp V Bradford County on Wednes-
web: 990 29 $3 with pu,: :r.. day, Aug. 6, according to an .j'
ti4 \ awii i announcement by his office this
/ r,, q DISH p"p wI1h.Yery week.
y II b's 6ge 29c sapurchne.
THIRD i Sen. Saunders will be In the
weeK SAUCER R"e.
Commissioners room
29c County
a9C purchni.
b," 'OURTH $3 of the courthouse from 9 a.m.
; WUK CDFfEE CUP to noon on the above date and
1, 69i; '
} with Kh 29c
t .
F%' ,Ly 7"s+ v* $1 purchau* will be pleased to meet
,p&y i 3 wK Bread& Butter pp anyone who has matters to dis-
Y'4r i y' 'nr. PLATE 6ge' 27 33 with purcnese every. cuss with him.
s Each week a piece of distinctive Granada dinnerware The
1 will be featured for just 290.) For each $3 in grocery rlees abov Items will be sold at theae special
'+w.." =c purchases, you are entitled to one piece at this low p only In the weeks they art featured The meeting will be the first
=; price. There's no limit. with a $6 purchase you can Iclud'nl'' lob.cco, liquor In Bradford County in compliance -
get 2 pieces .. ,and so on.Excluding liquid/ I d.11'II produce. Q S with Sen. Saunder's cam-
., : :.tobacco, liquor and liquid dairy produth.WD Qp 570R paign pledge to be In each

.. county of his district least
one day each month for the purpose -
of meeting with the public.LAVTEY .


EAI( J09ra' VBS.... STARTS By Enza AUG.Blanchard 11 \1


y, 1 Monday Grace Bible United and School continue Methodist will through begin Vacation -

} Friday. Children of the community -
VERNMENT GHAOEnU are Invited to attend.
HI 111 111 111111 in 111 ID mill 1

United Methodist:Sun-
day School 9:45: ;
ROUND STEAK $1.39 vices II a.m. and 8 p.m. Choir
r .. .. LB. practice 7:30: and M.Y.F. 8:30:
Ce R
t '
o- .
Baptist: Sunday School
SIRLOIN STEAK $1.39 services 11 a.m.
z 9:45
r, .. and 7:30: p.m., Training Union
is USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED LB. 6:30: p.m. Midweek services
7:30: p.m. Wednesday. 1
T-BONE STEAK .... ,,. $1.49 Church of God: Sunday School .
10 a.m.. Worship services 11
a.m. p.m.

Quantity. Rights Reserved-Prices Good All Week Thursday thru Wednesday July 31 Aug. 6 I STEAK ''$ 1 .99USDA nesday 7:50: p.m.
Highland Baptist: Sunday
CHOICE W.D BRAND CORN FED TENDER School 9:45: ; Worship services
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Choir
CUBED STEAKS. LB $1 s49 :i r W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE CORN FED practice 6:30: p.m. Prayer
.. r meeting 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.We .
TIP STEAK $1.49 ., \: u.\ /P 'J Mrs. J.are T.pleased(Runt) Reddish to note Is that at

. . LB \ ., dO" ; Chuck Roast home getting on nicely after
USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BONELESS < d ro A 1 t; having a cataract removed from
.I.',*<"" --" one of her eyes.
RUMP ROAST 39 Mr. and Mrs. John Wyrickof
. LB. .,'. _.:. ,, .' / Tallahassee are spendingsome
,' beth Terry and visiting other
ROUND ROAST. $1.39 : relatives. Mrs. C. E. Strick-
LB land of Gainesville spent a few

USDA CHOICE W.D BRAND CORN FED .J. days here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Shufordof
POT ROAST 79 Tallahassee were visiting
. . LB Mr. and Mrs. George L. Shu-
LB. 'r children last week and
+'11M M..elA 1 A 1 Gayle returned with them fora
CALIF. ROAST. 89 S s few days visit.
. . LB Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reddishand
ed Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Red-
ROAST 99 WD BRAND BEEF 1'h-Lbs W.D BRAND ALL MEAT STEW OR dish the first part of last week.

CHUCK . . LB SHORT RIBS.......e..e LB 69< GROUND CHUCK....... $1.99 Michael remained his for a week's.
USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED ROUND BONE W D BRAND ALL MEAT STEW OR GROUND W-D BRAND LEAN..Plut 100 Free Slumps w/coupon 'from newspaper visit with grandparents.Mrs.
Ernest Wells spent
SHOULDER ROAST. LB 89* ROUND STEAK........ .. LB 99< GROUND 1 BEEF..... 5 $2.59 Sunday afternoon with Mrs.Ruth
W D BRAND QUICK FROZEN CUBED BEEF W-D BRAND LEAN ..Plui, 200 Fro Stomps I w/coupon horn newspaper Barthlow and family in Middle-
....... .. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Redd
CUT ROAST $1.19 and son Nell and his friend,
. . LB Mike Hayna of Macon, Ga.

Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Danny.
I ROAST $ l.i 9r' Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillipsand
. . LB sons of Jacksonville were
$ 99 Friday visitors.
.' Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish

STOCK YOUR Mrs. Oscar Carter, and Mrs.
Lois Carter attended the fun-
-' Bennett In Live
eral of William
Oak on Friday.
Mrs. C. Y. Mayo of Tampa
and Mrs. Will Edwards of
91 Starke were visiting Mr. and
r LB. Mrs. W. F. Moore and Mrs.
4 Pete Todor on Sunday.
CAN Little Miss Rene hail of Max-
NI44 ville is visiting her grandparents -
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark
474fJJt this week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. McClellan -
and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
MORTON or OCOMAflleat Crawford have returned from a
ICE CREAMEskimos week in the mountains. They
visited points of interest in
Tennessee, North Carolina and

4h4hJic"e CHICKEN Georgia.
Those visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Sappenfield include her
PiesMRS BEEF brother In law and sister,
i i I FOR Mr. and Mrs. Victor Wilde of
Miami and her brother.Horace
TURKEY Horton of Jacksonville. Grandson
Chris Whit, who is spend-
ing the summer here, spent
1 Wednesday to Saturday with Mr.
and Mrs. B. R. Fields on Keuka
SMITH lEMON APPLE COCONUT DUTCH APPLE PEACH or CHERRY Qua'it DIXIE WHIP Plus Ion fitn Slumps wcoupon 'from newspaper' Lake.

FRUIT PiES....................... 2/$ 1. DESSERT TOPPING.........2/l. Miss Mary Julia Futch of
Q.iuMt RICH'SCOFFEE King S. Joyce Futch the first part of
6-Packs RICH........................39 WAFFLES...........................2/79 the week.

3 PIZZA PiES.......................... 69* PIZZA PiES..................... $1.19 'STARKE

FOR BABY LIMAS..2/$1. SPANISH RiCE................ 2/69

BUTTER BEANS.............. 2/l. DONUTS........ 2/69 '

\ TURNIP I GREENS........... 3/l. FRIG POTATOES.............. 2/77*

FISH STICKS......................... 59* LEMONADE..8$1.i. AUTO SERVICE,

.............................-..... ......., ................ :;..." ........................-::.......... ......... ..... Gilbert S. Brown
; "
I'- EXTRA EXTRA ,' EXTRA .EXTRA -EXTR ; standard Oil Service Station
l :; A
1 '
1 .....
,. I S I-B. 1O LB TWO "'L" OR A .
: 22.0Z "T TANTASTIO' fI. 24 D[. CAN' rAIJITi4Soray ,/ J...., W BRAND. J.... W BRAND 'J...., WMOLC OR CUT UP BLJtet Term Road Service
:, .oW Cleaner. : Starch :, 0,. Ground Beef : .0,( Ground Beef : .0,. Fresh Fryers : PHONE 944-7071
: .. fOOD THRU Aim 0 fifton. THRU Aim.lt e :' GOOD THRU AUOa : 0000 THRU AUO. 6 : THRU AUSe 407 N. Temple Starke
',,1'0 ; aS *. -OOOD .
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Thursday Thru Service: Station

Wednesday& 'Das Monarch ROAD- Oils Tires SERVICE- Lubrication& Baitcrle!

Ml and 100 Stark
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More About i, Services Held '\0 ';i i). :9"i,' : t'Yi. <:i; \\\0: : <'f.' '.'''''' ',"1yC\. ,,>,-; ,<,'U Ih. >C.." "Ji,,,.. '0. iNif";' "* %';$"W1f.t :
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J. H. SowellOf ; ,.Vi-.: :.. ,.,.: .. "< ." :, '''' :; "-< ;. ;
For ; :.. ': ,, ,' ,", 'G' ..,<),/.J tf ''' .JXtJ: ,;Ii;;'.
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BulkheadsFrom '.:: : .t-: .: ;'; :;;,:,, ;;; !iy.11:1WA: ; : < < ; : H.,> '
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( Proceeding Pace] :. : ."' :<.,:; : 1:, il.; ;',1f' ,r. 'i ( nt.t: t,';{
Henry Sowell, 82,of Brook- ', ;Jlii fiit/ : <:: J# )
24, ,,:: :. .ItJjJ'l'8l."fi JfIItJf" fnlii" i1 :;;':f.
July fl
.. '
Came Com- in Alachua General Hospital. ..i. i} ;) .,:, ;: ; ,, :,, f.,. .,/t-
it possible that the A native of Bradford ".' ., ::.- :,,..t,", ,,, ,, ",?,, mission Is not properly doingIts County > < :"',f.,<.; .
he was a retired merchant and "" # },1 'W'i; :; <. 'r./
.. .
job because their men are :, : .
going around "policing" the farmer, and a member of An- :

policies of another stateagency tioch Baptist Church. \, .
? Is it not also possiblethat Survivors include his widow. -

the Game Commission is Mrs. Telttha McDavld Sowell. EYKRGRXKN BAPTIST
mining Its good reputation by ; CHURCH LAWTEYSunday
coming around and stopping Mrs. Lonnie Parker and Mrs. CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF School 10 a.m. Morqto ,- Safnday: Bible' Study 10 .a. m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morning Sunday School. 9:45: a. m.

people from going about their Doris Kelley, both of Brooker; CHURCH LATTER-DAY SAINTS Worship 11:15.: Sunday. \Vtor'nlng Worship and Communion Worship 11 a. m.; Evening! : Morning Worship 11 a. m. Youth
proper business having attrac- Mrs. Vasco Hazen, Starke; Sunday School 10 a.m.. 416 East Call SI. Night service 6:30.: Highway. service 11 a, m. Evening Warship 7:30: p. m.; Prayer Fellowship. 8 p. m. Choir.Practice

tive waterfronts etc.. If this and Mrs. I Ilenry Coleman, Gain- Worship Service, 11 a. In. Sunday Priesthood. 8:30: 125, northwest of Lawtey.-Rev.B. ,6t. ices, 6:00.: Meeting 7:30: p. 'm.; Wednesday Wednesday 8 p. m.
writer were head of the Game esville; a son. J. T. Sowell Evening Service 7 p.m. a.m. Sunday \School 10. Sacra L. Bennett pmotor. '' Wednesday! Worship service 7 -Rev. J. C. Hesteitt, pastor Robert D. Burch
Commission he certainly would Brooker; 15 grandchildren, and Tuesday Night Cottage Prayer' ment. 11:15.: ,p. n\ Minister Jack P. Bel).

not jeopardize the good name 13 great grandchildren. Irfteetlng.Thursday. Monday Primary. 4:30: p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL: B.oPTCt1'CHUItCH

of this agency by using its men Funeral services were heldat Night Prayer Meat- Tuesday MIA. 7:30: p.m. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning NOIUHS1DE BAPTIST Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday KlNfiSLEY LAKE

for some other state agency 3 p.m.'rlday in Antioch tog in church. 7:3: p.m. Wednesday Relief Society, Worship, 11 *. m. Pre-Ser- CHURCH School; 1.1:00: a. m. Morning Training -
which was formed to enforce Baptist Church near La crosse, Youth Service Friday. night 7:30: p.m. vices (Booster Band, Young S-cliedule of services: : Sunday Worship.;. 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday School 9:30: a.m.
their problems for them. with Rev. A. D. Martin officia 7:30: p.m. -Dean Hansen: People and Prayer Service), 6 School 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship. Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Worship. Union 10:15:!: am.Evening Worshir I

Then also, this question might ting. Burial was in Antioch Ivy Luke Pastor Branch President p. m. Evening Worship 7 p. m',' 10:45: a. m. Training un Worship 11 a. m. -
be raised: If the Game Com Cemetery with Williams Midweek Service Wednesday ion.. 6:45: p. m. Evening Service. Wednesday-7:30: Prayer Ser- 7:30: .p. m. Midweek Prayer
mission has so much SMYRNA MISSIONARY Service: 3rd Wednesday Service. Wednesday 7:30: p. ,
money Thomas Funeral Home of Gain- JORDAN MISSIONARY : : 7-l5.:! Mid-Week Prayer vices 1st and
appropriated that they can use esville in charge.Funeral : :
these men, at great cost to b33 W. Pratt St. Sunday services BAPTIST MISSIONU. )
them for some other agency's : Sunday School. 10 a. m S. 301 North behind Tutee -
problems, then we should im- Services Preaching. 11 a. m. Training Freez Drive In. Sunday :

plore our State Representativesand For Union 3:43: p. ni. Evening Worship School. 10 a.m. Worship Ser I

Senators to go back to Tallahassee Mrs. Causey : 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. vice, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer '

and take a close look at In St. AugustineMrs. -Elder A, O. Flynn.pastor Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.

future monies to run the game Leroy Olive pastor; EL L. I I"Thy

Commission. Ann Murrhee Causey, St. }Marks Episcopal jSriffia. associate pastor.. J THE LIGHT

5This writer has heard of St. Augustine, died Friday, Sunday Services
several out of town property July 25, in Flager Hospital.She 8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist EVERGREEN BAPTIST
owners of weekend places was a native of Starke, 10 a.m. Church School Highway 125,. Northwest of / word is a 'lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path." 1
state that if they cannot keep 11 a.m. Family Service
of the late Lawtey.
the daughter Sunday School 10 j1
UP their Drooertv. and must and Emma Murrhee, and had Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd Worship ajn.. i The bible. Cod' word has often been compared to a light, for it penetrates the

give it over to the alligators, lived in St. Augustine ten years, Sundays: Morning Prayer 2nd day Nigh Service, 6:9: 0.Sun.. -. darkness and reveals God to man. It is the light that leads man down !life's :sf;
!snakes, frogs, and other wildlife -
and 4th
Miami. Sundays.
then they will sell their moving She was there a from member of the R. L. Bennett pastor I pathway. For those who study it. it reveals not only the past but also the future. j1 j1I

.places for whatever they can Business & Professional RACE BAPTIST CHURCH .. "The entrance of thy words giveth 'light it giveth understanding. ." 'j%
get for them and go to the Women's Assn., Seaside Rebe- CHURCH; OF GOD I

mountains, or some other place, kah Lodge No.6, and the St. Highway 100-A 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. Attend/ church and hear God's leaders expound on His word. ::;;::
where they can do what they want of OES. Sunday School 10 Worship
Chapter a. m.
Sunday School. 10 a.m. MornIng -
with their Now '
own property. ::
Survivors include her husband, Union Services, 11 a. in. and 7:30: p. .
11. Training
the business in and ::
around Lake community Geneva and Key- John G.Causey Sr.;a daughter,,,. 7 p.m. Evening/ Worship 8. m. Prayer Meeting Fi lday, 7:30: :
Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Pyles; two Wednesday Prayer Meeting 8 p. m. Rev. Chester J. Siiouppe". "
stone Heights should wake
and take notice of this matter.up sons, John T.G.Causey Causey, all Jr.of, and St. p.m. Rev. Virgil Lovett. paetor.HOPE. The Church is God's appointed. agency in ''

The lakes of this area are our Gregory and eight grandchildren. pastor. :r .this world for spreading .the knowledge of {
Augustine, BAP 11ST CHURCH
bread and butter. Without them (Highway 100 at Theressa. ) His love for man and of His demand forman it:
we dead. This wouldbe MADISON
are area Funeral services were heldat STREET Sunday School-10 a. m. to respond to that. love by loving his
just another wide place in BAPTIST CHURCH
11:30 a.m. Saturday in Gar- Without. this .the ::::
the road, or just another pieceof Morning WO\'shP-ll a. m. neighbor. grounding in
cia Funeral Home chapel. Bur- Opportunities for service: Training Ur.lon.-6:30: p. m. love of God, no government or society' or i
earth to help"hold this old ial in Evergreen Cemetery,
was SundayBrotherhood Breakfast
Evening W\l'sl1lp-7:15\ : p. m. of life' will long and .the
way persevere
world together. Surely,we can- St. Augustine. 7 School
a.m. Sunday ,
:Night Prayer Services 1@I
freedoms which hold dear will
inevitably j
not sit back and allow our we so
9:45: Morning Worship, 11.
greatest asset to be ruinedby Needs Of Poor Youth; Choir Practice, 4:30.: -7:30: p.. m.. Rev. Merle perish. Therefore, even from a :f':

such silly things as not Youth Fellowship Supper, 5:45: ; Packham pastor.FIRST selfish point of view one should support :y

even being able to keep our To Be DiscussedAt Training Union, 6:15; WMU .the Church for .the sake of the welfare of :,:#

waterfronts cleared of under- Meet TonightA Prayer Circle 7:15: ; Evening ASSEMBLY OF GOD ( himself and his family. Beyond that, however +,
brush, etc. OF STARKE : (
Worship, 7:30. :
You, the reader, should take it Monday -- RA meeting, 6:30: Wet Weldon St. and Raiford ;: n y every person should uphold and ;
from there and dredge up all Community Action Meet- p.m. VWA meeting, Jier- Road participate. in the Church because it. tells

the thoughts you can on what ing, featuring a commodity; hood, WMU Business Meeting, Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. i the truth. about man's life death. and

ramifications possible. You supper, will be held at 8 p.m. 7:30.: 11:00: :1.: In. :Morning Worship; destiny; the truth. which alone will set him :.I
( ) in Civil
are assured they are all there, tonight Thursday the Tuesday -- Prayer Croup, *::00 p. m. C. A. Services: 7:00p. : free to live as a child of GodColvmon :
Defense at the FairGrounds.
and are valid. Many things can Building 9:30: a.m.Wednesday. m. Evangelistic Service. :::? :

happen from whatever final -- Visitation, 9- Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. Mid : Ad*. Sr*. y
decision is made in this mostYOUR Main purpose of the meeting 30 a.m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 Week Prayer Mating.
is to discuss the needs of the
p.m. Church Choir Practice,
poor people of the area. 8:30.: ii iio:
The public is invited.

Issue.Sometime 9
Important soon there will bea Sunday -- Church School, 9:45: Sunday School. 9:43: .. m a :c

called meeting of all Inter- a.m. Holy Communion MYF :Morning\ Worship 11. Trailing!

ested parties in this area to Snack Supper, 6. Senior High Union 6:30: p. m. Evening' Ser "

start getting our heads togetherto Program, Junior High Recrea- vice 7:30.: Midweek Prayer fuse yoI N.
determine what is the best tion, 6:30. Junior High Program vice, 7:30.: _

way to continue this fight to .Senior High Recreation, --.Hcv L. Tommy Howe, Pastor 'ffYQlly k
7:15.: Evening Worship, 8. MYF
properly live on and around our ...
Fireside, 8:45.
lakes in this area. UKAIIAM; BAPTIST CHURCH of S <
Monday -- Youth Recreation,
It seems reasonable that a I Sunday School 10 a.: m. Mornin -

committee should be named all p.m.Tuesday -- Youth Recreation, ;; Worship 11 .a, m. and. p. t -

HOUSE head up this right, with 1 to 3 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. m.- ReFred' Johns pastor
owners contributing -
lake front property
regularly banked Wednesday -- Youth Recrea- .NEW.. RIVER BAPTISTSunday
to a
PLANS SHOULD and reported fund. It certainly tion I p.m. Prayer Meetingand School, 10 'a. m. Morn j
cannot be right and equitableto Study, 7:30.: College bag Worship. 11 a. m. Training: ,

INCLUDE OURSThe expect one or two peopleto Discussion Group, 8. Vnlcu 7 p. m. Evening Worship, :. $
Thursday -- Youth Recrea-
fund and work at this tion I p.m. and 7 Chan- 8 p: m. Wednesday night service ; :::;

best plan to protect problem, when all will benefitby cel Choir rehearsal p.m., 7:45. 7:30: p. m. Everyone wel : .

that new !home of yours is the final decision.And Friday -- Youth Recreation, c.ome-.L. L. Parker pastor. I
a State Farm Homeowners in the final analysis, we I p.m STARKE "66"SERVICE
accomplish more when all FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH HURST SHELL .
Policy. .the low-cost package -- Rev. D. T. Farabee Jr. FAULKNER
of protection that pro- the people in a whole area are Pastor Sunday Service: Sunday
brought together in a common School. 9:45: a. Morning Worship SERVICE jj#
vides broader for
coverage SERVICE
fight. The final 10:45: a. m. Evening Ser ::)
your and belongingsand be easier to get in our favor, STARKE vice 6:30: p. m. Midweek Service Bill Edwards Ph 964-7231
for you, in case of law and will also be more pala- Sunday -- Brotherhood Wednesday 7:15: p. m. AND Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111

suits. So call me stallur table to all c ) cemed. Breakfast and monthly meeting, -Charles Reese, minister Tire Tni-lnr ;::.

today and find __ 7:30: a.m. Dr. A. J. Barry, U-HAUL RENTALS Headlight Adjusting :
out how you can __ local chairman of the MOTOR- BAYLESS mGBWAYBA.PTJpT i

your new 'N'UUN". NAVY HONORS: EDE Committee will speak on CHURCHBvnd&r Truck Trailer Brake Service
dome from the the Movement to Restore De- and :
School: 10 *jn. Proactolng .
uplMERRITT! ceny. Sunday School, 9:45. Complete Lubrication
New bachelor enlisted quar-
Service Morning Worship at II; sermon Minor Tune-Ups
ters at Saufley Field Fla.were '
] Bventa Service. ; (
"Ye are the salt of the p.m. {
dedicated by the Navy on July Union 6:15 % Midweek Prayer Meeting. 1011 N. Avenue ___ PROMPT ROAD SERVICE .
22 in honor of lIospitalman earth. Training : ;e. Temple .M'..-?
( p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30: Wednesday 7:30.: (Everyone! wei. .
r 1st Class Auburn D. McComb, ; AD Minor Repair I Io
who gave his life in the ser- sermon, "All Scripture is 90010.' Rev. George J:. Cro'o PHONE 964.5899

fI vice of his country during action given by inspiration of God." well, p AtOr.. 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple. Av*. SUrke :y
Monday -- Trustees Meeting,
in South Vietnam o n STARKE BUILDERS

May 14, 1967. He was the 5 Vacation p.m. Bible Deacons School Meeting, for the 6. HA.MPiO.N CHRISTIAN: Hlway 301 and 100
brother of Jack F. McCombof LAWSON i'i'g
entire adults CHURCH SUPPLIES Inc.
Starke. The $590,000 quar- family, including ,
ill ters is a three story brick 7 p.m. each. day through Fri- Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning *10 S. Temple. Starke '$
building and the first new bar- :Jay Worship at 11: EveningWorship g Featuring Ace Hardware MEAT MARKET
WMS Council 7:30.: Rev. Carl
Tuesday -- Complete Paint Supplies
racks at Saufley Field, near ,:.
WILLIAMS Pensacola, since World War n. Meeting, 10:30: a.m. fro- Clarke, pastor. and Sporting Goods AND COLD STORAGE
11:15. Covered Dish Luncheon -
12 noon.Wednesday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHBAMP'IUI"I i "Check With Us First" DAD & BRAD SALES We Specialize in Custom Slaughter-
11 T N. Walnut Street; Meet- ant Cutting and Wrapp1DcI -
-- Prayer
June 12 1792-State of
PHONE 964-5391 Delaware named and constitu- ing ( for those not attending Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn 1. 219 Washington St. 964-5270 MODULAR HOMES Prepared for Deep Trees

.8491 tion VBS), 7:30: p.m. ing Worship at 11. Training I
67mY- ono CASQAlTf CUHPJUTfUOMC : adopted. Friday -- VBS Commence- Union, 6::30. Wednesday night : WHOLESALE
OfflCC:BLOOMIMGIQU.ILUtUa/ June 14, 1777 -ConKress ment. 7 p.m.GIFTS Prayer Meeting, 7:30.: followedby :: 24Ft. Wide
adopted the Stars and Stripes. choir practice. Starke Nursing } FLORIDA Phone tI<<..TGS.Also .

I:,. Home service 2:45: p. m. :: 12Ft. Wide STREETBRADFORD
ACKNOWLEDGED -Rev. Melvin Hamel pastor. f EST PALMETTO


Summer Evening"BY Additional donations for the Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning ONTROL Campers and TraTcItrallers COUNTY : j 1
Crosby Lake Cemtery Improvement Worship 11 a. m. Training

THE Fund have been acknowledged Union. 6:30: p m. Evening Ser- S a.MUl co. Keystone Height TELEGRAPH i

during the past two vice, 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wednesday
weeks from: Lot Ensey Wash- 7:30: mRev. R. H. -Ph. 473-4320 OFFICE SUPPLIES !
YOUTH CHOIR p. and Lake Geneva
ington" I D. C. ; Ruth S. Fraz- Butler, puel.il-( ; 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.

ier, Starke; Joe E. Thomas, TYPEWRITERS j jx
Phone 964.5745 for FREE
Crescent City; Mrs. B. A. PopeJr.
., Norfolk, Va. Leo A. ADDING MACHINES
and Estimates
First Baptist Church Clay, Cottondale, Ala.; and Jim BROOKEK: Inspections BRADFORDABSTRACT i

and Nancy McGee, CarsonCity, Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning

Nev.Anyone Worship, 11 a. m. Training CO. EDWARDS
THURSDAY JULY 31 7:30 wishing to assist with
Vnl n. 6:30: p. m. Evening Service WILLIAMS -
the cemetery Improvement protect 7:30. Rev. Lady Conway and Haricot
: -
CHURCH mail contributions to .
HALL' Service For Your
Box A, SUrke, Fla. ,.... JEWELRY Better
Groceries Meat- Fee
Airpark Baptist Cluck- Title Problems

HYMNS FOLK MUSICENTERTAINMENT the. Old 1r12&! : Sunday School 9:43: a.m.: Mora- Official Class Rings GAS AND OIL

tag Worship. 11:00: ajn.: IvanIng Keepsake Diamonds Abstracts
> E4warsfeU.
Jack aad aIM*
I )L 4 Worship. 7:00: p.m.: W4 BULOVA WATCHES
I Prayer: Meeting and Bible Study, Title Insurance 8. 301 South Stark.
7:00 142 W. Call St. Stark
: p.m. study oo Book of
Featuring/ The 1' 1tY Falm. Nathan L. Modliac.P Phone 964-7064 158 W. CaD Ph. 9 4-.881 PHONE '"- 3ia

HARBINGERS AND THE KING'S MEN tor. Everyone Welcome.


. (Especially: Young People) keep"Kutinj mc slim slowly; in other helps words to, to"The convince persona they're most at difficult retire! Owned By Those We Serve la Twelve Northeast Florida. Gauss "Helptaff. Ow Ms..bsrs UTe I9etler

haste make \va.st.! ment"age are children at bed-. BJectdcaD7"B..c.n. **. 474tll

w I .

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.4 .
.4 "'.....1..... Prlr ll. I IIIIIMM' eJcfl'IIHI'M. If I till* Charles A. Dfirby. continue In session .
. IIIIV lo II. 111 _..o ".r)1....% 111e! nOPJIhlntlff inlsslciners may Flnrl.ln.
IY 111:1 1\. ...M, .1. pin' lullff' ill l| wliosu. A* Clerk nt mild Priurt to day for one
1 N ol i u''y naniuUllll IIIHIIO1 from lAY
....,.. u. HOV Jolt JII: 11F.1Bstnte
HAMPTON h.IU: .. nr. l\n i nr O. 1> n ..1ul2ri.:! 191101''Irel I llllllM'HM, Isllotiittiihli' ,, By D..ula M. MoodyNOTICH week or as. long as Ix necessarv.. eif Knupsr O. Dunea
: / MlH Itlllll' lllxlto|
Url rn.1 d rtililli'iilltm On 7-m: 1100! !! Aa Deputy Clerk
Ui'oriri. 11 Pierce: !I'. O Kox Ii. I.nguna Bench All persons owning Decenneil.NOTICB .
1'I'n i HI'IHTOHHAll : 7.11 4t 8-7
7-31 !II t x-:1 I', o. Jiniwi in 10 Cnl If. PofendantNOTJCn to assessment 'In Bradford oi' pnnnTJ0'2oro
i-nilllorH. i.f I In. I'Mlnli' of Stilt, ill h'lorldnami Florida are notifiedto I..TFIIF.'r-
0 County pF.n-O'
By Mn. D. E. Bill Kni i 111'"' U I. ,liititran, ir.r0u.d.I aro4ltliniiitt file I IninlKlniil, with tho OK SUIT appear at such meeting ormeetlnws AM. ESTATE OK ".HD
I"flh. NOTE >:
"lIrh'I uud I'rulllrd
hw'01q' ilvrlt ..r tin' iihiiM.! iton make such complaints
run to
Ntylnl that
You Are Hereby Notified that Notice I* horel.y !given DIs'l'DP.NTI
Lpflfl sri-s Sr,- ,. '11110 0lnhne,, ar ilrnunulMu or lic>riinAnuruxl" in, iini'cnhi'i .!! : an action for Dlvuire IIIIH,, ,lifonfiled I the County AsnesM. ,r of Taxes. or Rive, testimony as to You are hereby. notified." that A
hl h blva 'fIIllI..t
: In
Ihoy 11I11\ The realor
4'Ir0.111 Court \'1st* JuilMODU'ut In'rntrrril ., value of property to
\ n niiiv Florida iho any
,, : nuriilnsl ii lull you lirareiiulri'il for Ilraclford County. written Instrument purporting
thePoutI you
said eslnl0 In Iho ul'1100 "r EI.loth .luiii.ni| ,, the .
1'Irr1111 f Fin. nuiilii for .Ihr t iflliCfli'iimnili'tl nf fixed lijr
C' you t.s.'Iv,'* n of your will meet with thu lionrcl personal as be the Last 1VIII and Testamentof '
COUNCIL % .1..It" .r 11t'.tr".1. nuuIy till tint! J''ar' llrinir.iril ('iiitntrt In thu i'oiniliilnt| ui' |If r'I'I on tlio County Commli,..loners of said County Tax Assessor of Taxes deceased. has been admitted
MKKT: ON ,ZONING 1..1'101.i .. I" III.t ,'ourlhnuanIn lill. ,\.-...... petitionWJTNI4' drT 'nKoi any office of the Clerkof his Assessment Rolls nlth..v !
win.HI mimo county. 'In the upon In this Court.
plaintiff attorney to probate
Nlarkr. 1 1..I..hl". 111111! .1'1(: CASH: Ni. fH
BUILDING. SANITATION hand and tho Florida desire. .
my of Starke. may
llemoialile doorire Circuit Court eommnndertwithin
Is '
address hereby
i.III..ar.: months. r"/II" .Ihr ,1iIanl DN'I"I'N. ; HANDS seal of sold, four on July 10, and 4.A.D. by Order of the nonrilat You are .
A :M August Given
Hampton City Council' ,, of Iltlah II. Ple-rco' 2ai-205 N. T'mlloAv"nll" nt 1000:: of six calendar months from
*! 'Iho (lidl 1hll'lItI..n I'lalnllffJJfll'Mll.ltlt sloners
1000! :'IS'l'il.! 196D.! !! for the purpose oflionrlnir County Comml- .
.. .Stnrke KleMliln. \ date of the first publicationof
special meeting on zoning IL' 'I' 1''h I 1": hll u1 'Ilrnl -t'NWll.iJ.lyl Chnri0a' A. DnrbyAM mplnlntanrlrecelvingtestimony Uradfnrd, County, Florida July
with tho
file orlKlnnl eo- In'
and thu this Notice to appear
building and sanitation drew 1 12 1111151... Ih.ha, In w'IIIIIJ nr '.>..:'...1111.1.10'I"t' mostslnl. / : "P. JtANOS ('Ink' or sold Court clerk nf the above Ht\lnl, court as to the value of anyproperty 24 l 6t. Court and show. cause, If any
plnrr" >RrhvCI..rk
Ilrulnh T
By M. Moody In- A
: Charles
AuKiiHt 11, 191! !! : real personal or action of thl*
before the
visitors for the hour-long dis Part urrl0r ndilr0ss,. .r .Iho rinhnnnl MM-U-I'': in.SUIT All Deputy CU'i on or 100.nt'r.,1 fixed by to Board' of CnllntY'Commla.lon..ra you ran why .
personal at
I tanfflMe said will to
JudKumi-nt may
cussion /and nnlet I" sumo ,In byiha TO: Wlllliini I'. lind:; 0011! 7-24 4t 8-H otherwise a of Bradford County Court In admitting
Monday night, July 28. far" thele- tho ant) County Assessor .
bisa1ti \ nitalnst you should not stand un-
\ bin niri'ttl or Trollov "'IIY. I'hlyu I 111'\| | It.III' his assessment rolls for Starke. Florida probate
Zoning laws building codes >tm'nr II will har i.omc voidflri'iuilInir \ \iiiii.iiiin, \'"it ,\ : ni<:itiiiY: In The Clrpult! <...nrt r.lulnh: llef demanded. In thu uompmlntor taxes the on III G1! and for the purpso It 731In revolkeclTheron.
and sanitation laws, and how to 11Miiiuaicl \\'. Nt)'ll-'ICIi:' lh.it mi nit 11 I.in for oIu..1 l 4 Irrtilt Of riiirliln. In petition.Witness hand and tits seal of year perfecttnir, receiving and, A. Yawn For
my In And
they affect I Hampton T\ l>uiiiiinTIxoiMitrU )11\'OIH'I': h"+ boon 11.,1. IIla- And I'.ir. llriniri.nl Cunnly'l of said Court on July 0, 1909.:) "fill all zing such assessmenta.The manly Jmlce's CourtIn County Jndnre
,and how the The County Florida.
IIIMI Bradford
and ,
:: \ of the PHl.ilf, of Kns- you VIMI arc miiiiiito 0d 1 ( ll, \( TlltN County Assessor of Tnxes Bradford County
city council should adopt plans srrtc'a ropy" of your wiltli ('.A HI.: >o. nst': (SEAL) and the Hoard of County Com- And Fur -
for these areas were discussed ,..------- ,
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by all councilmen and the, i r -----------

citizens. Vacant lots, which i

are hazard unsightly when as they're well as left l afire 1I SIRLOIN

unmowed; vacated or inhabited I FLORIDA !

houses that are not considered i I
liveable; adequate septic tank FRESH
facilites to,meet are problems the state that requirements I I I RIB, FULL CUT ROUND I FOOD I

will be brought up for further OR BONELESS
meetings.discussion at regular ;zjuncil I I I SHOULDERSTEAKS I I

Willard Thomas, who collects I II

trash for the city, asked that !
citizens clean trash cans after FAIR

they're dumped. Hot and damp i
weather, he said, has let maggots I I
and mould accumulate from I

one week to the next -- makinga I II I @I

breeding ground for insectsas I I I
well as stench. _

The next regular council I I I ... .. "
meeting is Monday Aug. 11, : : t .. Open All Day I
at 8 p.m. I .J

FIRE DEPT. FUNDS I I I "'- Wednesday I

$100 from the Hampton Area I I I I

essa(including) was included Graham In and contribu-Ther- I I 1$ I

tions so far received by the I 11 I Merchanls I

Bradford County Volunteer Fire SAVE
Department, plus another $50 I 6REN
uncertain as to which area it I I I

came from. Fire Marshal Will- I I I I I
lard Thomas said this week.PERSONALS .

Joe Wiggins has been In Un-
i L B
I Iverslty Medical Center inI I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I

I Gainesville since last week,for I I I I I
I treatment. Taken In Bradford

County Hospital In Starke Monday -
j!! he was moved to Gainesvllle -

the following day. U.S. CHOICE IEAN FRESH CROSS RIB OR


and family are vacationing this OR COUNTRY STYLESTEAK CALIFORNIAROAST

week in the mountains in North :

.I I Carolina. E8a ROAST

Mr. and Mrs. John Green and N Pantry Pace Pantry* Prate*
daughter Susan have moved BOMniMIB
from Santa Fe Lake to Pennsy s'aircl' in/CHOICE/

ployed.Ivania where he Is now em- d, 1

Ronnie Long who has been on

sea duty in the Mediterraneanfor
several months with the

day. They will be at their home

on Highway 301 for a month ,
until he enters a Navy schoolin BONELESSBEEF QUEEN PEPPERONIPIZZA



In Th* Curt Of The CountyJu.Iuf. /
llrtiiltonl Count riorliln, I nlry awe

Untnte'nf Iilia MCIir.TI\ II. GnEEX .]
lii'i vitweil.. i% piinii \Tn l.s.aiiiti : .
TO AM. ('IU'U.'OIl'; .IMs > PEn.
0's'' M %t I'/. ( i..tin* on .>.)>
MtM. no1.>.kIM, ,T NtllJ' KS'i ) -
.. .\ rlaYou: .
and each of you ore here..
by notified and l rwiulred' to present i
any claim and demands'
which you. or either or you.
hate mralnnt the ertntc of
lato of Maid c'ountv t" the VAN CAMPS KRAFT'S PRIDE OF EUROPE
Countv Judge of Bradford" County -
Florida. at his offlo- In the CHARCOALBRIQUETS 1 Strawberry
rnurt house of h.il hi ounty atStnrk ROYALGELATIN PURE PORKLUNCHMEAT
!!. Florida, within six! calendar VIENNASAUSAGE MIRACLE
month from the time or
the first publication of this. no- PRESERVES
tlce Hath claim or demand shall
IIP In writing, and shall xtatt the PTHHEEi4oz
plBfi! of "ro-III'n"l i and p'st nttl'fjiddreHM
of the claimant!. I< Bhall
he sworn to I lv the claimant
2O LBAG 12oi
and any REG
his agent bin attorney.
such claim or demand not HO 5lKING SIZE CANS
filed shall II"0 hI .
.in.IANM. (jJI: : X1. AS ndmlnl
.tr tor" lor thf I Kstnte of -
As 1 x" tutor of the l.aat'.VIII anti
T.ctameiit of I-.UCUUT1A: H. I I I .. 1
riitiis::, di,cmsed.rirst .
Publication. 7-all 1D!! I I .,:j I" 0 1

"I 5"1 Pantry ;;. 'lF fl 8 'Mc U.S. NO.1

In Th. County-JinJne1". CourtOf I SIZE I Pride o ,
Ilrl"ilf..r"l (.'"..at" I lorlUn.In r I
:% 1-1OTI
Prohntp o.
IN: 711:. i.;".nl* of 1'p
M.I.I.: II. AMJttUWS.TkotviTn: WHITEi(6
Irreu: Med, cmmlTOn" !
TCnl.1 All orertltOTH It. ANUItI of..wM.the: "N.'I.estate. nr BOLD

aro henl.y notified and demnndawhlrh r"'lulr..1to | .
file any claims or
may have aualnst.
County mid estate..ni'lBO In of the Bradrorll'nun..Office of tho. I POTATOES I

n't'calendar tv Stnrke.Florida.months. Florida In the from within Courthouse I'1"1"of six LAUNDRY DETERGENT i 8"t2/7ge

pul.llrtttlon e.f this i 1
the )' I
r.aeh' claim or demand J .
aol must lr n lieIn wrlllnw. and. must. ; SAVE 39 *<
the. nlae-e. fIr re Id. nn '
peat Mate nrri.. "OelrrsM of the- elj.lm-:; I SAVE 104.8 FRESH BAKED I Z '
and moat,, I.e! sworn In
I .ay btimunt. or It bin will. tlg"Lecome'nt' "I' M"veld: accordinr .SABLACKBERRY PIE 49* 1 :.- e wh"f 5C

: : I.:: ;.:vp.STAW In 1 law.I I '*+ ...* SAVE 10<.l Ib. FRESH LEMON OR I 44I
; 142 West fnll Mrcct ... <
sturke; 1",1'111." I
; AUnrncv, ; for Ixrratrlxr.FIriIiSN lilt'iWX na i iJELLY ROLLS . . . n39I
;. : :: ('li A Iho llatldn. ofNIia.
; f4 :.t"'it'i t rSPHFW *. .1... nncd.I'A .
; "'; \':' ;.:I.1NI; ': A Mr.II.n.:. :l i;ef"

.j f.li':"I:1""H"IIti'f! 11.1: f\ :: (: "r)'111.(',7.:11:::INIlil."...11"..ill 8.21i ..!1.. LIBBY'SCHI LIBBY'S BANANA RICH'S FROZENCOFFEE /

; I'r.r : HONEYDEW
i In Tlir Cexnitv .....Ior..*... foiirtOf WHOLI KIRNILORPEAS
f llriniroril le.iinl.i.
1 In I.rabnro' I-HI71 RINGS "S
f 1\ Hii: INtnle-: ..(
f 1\1:1.1.:i H. AM,HIV*''<,

f lleeetivnl.MIIHI. :, .01 |'11011 \TF1.! 17oz 14ozTLS.
: TO ALL 1.111E/11.: I.'I.UI."T-: : 5/l 5/l I 2/25
or ".\111 CANS .
1:1: IN mi.: i:>i fii: PINT
1,1N: Illl'I'1: : 4/l
: Von, mi. lier.liv, n"lIr",1ollt'\ CTNS
; n. wiitl.n/ Iri-liiinii fit,, '''ranrlhiR'
... lo ,Intli.. I.II--I I Will, .f Nl'::I.I. I:.
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II.. .!"'" eif II. fn I inili-
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: Hampton Waterworks THERESSABy pton.ham Rev.have and returned Mrs. Merle Sunday Pack-froma .

Installed 1911i: Mountains.week's vacation In the Smoky ::

Dorothy' BOH Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall Jr., :
Phone 4'JJ.45Url Carol Nannette and Ricky have ".
By Mr*. D. E. Dill generator which furnished elec- a telephone system in Hampton Mr. Nagle owned the system was Impossible to tell how manyof returned from a week's visit
tric service to residents of yy rpp in the 1920s which served Key- until the middle of World WarD these belonged to Hampton. with Mrs. Hall's parents Mr.
utilities in Hampton from 6 p.m. to 9 r stone Heights and Graham as when the Public Utility; Com- In 1963. direct distance dial- HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH and Mrs. A. S. Rollins;
llairfpton The story electricity, water p.m. On certain days he well and had long distance mission asked Southern Bell ing went Into effect, and In Sunday School 10a.m.;Morn- brothers Desmond and Jerry;
-- "cranked up" the enginefor connections. Mrs. Herbert Pe- to Install pay-phones as the later years toll-free servicewas ing Worship 11; Training Union and brother In law and
and telephone service of--parallels M.L.- a few hours during the day eples was the first switchboard Nagle system lines were not Instituted to Gainesville.In 6:30 p.m.; Evening Wor- sister Mr. an d Mrs. L. A.

the story to furnish current for house- operator and the switchboardwas being kept up. This was when 1969 there are 531 subscribers ship 7:15: ; Wednesday evening Thornton at LaGrange Ua.
(Luther) Watterson at many wives to do their ironing. first located on the second Hampton was full of extra residents on the Waldo exchange.The Prayer Service 7:30 with Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sulli-

points. This same dIesel engine is floor of the bank building. because. of Camp Bland- first outside pay phone choir practice afterward. van Jr. and Rusty visited Mr.
Coming to Hampton in still in the Watterson garage Levi Nagle of Interlachen Inc" booth was installed in Ham- and Mrs. Don Siegler at Mel-
January 1912 he died on elec- and worked the last time it was GOOD WISHESTo
bought the telephone Of three pay-phones In service pton In 1958 beside the city rose Friday evening.
tion day in 1966 of a heart cranked up a >few years ago exchangein the most used next "birthday people" Doley
the 30s, and during the time one was a hall; moved to a spot Mrs. Hilda Griffith of Holly-
attack while fishing. Mrs. Watterson says. The engine he owned it, the switchboardwas wall phone at the Claude May to the.old postoffice after sev- Mersey, July 5; Mrs. R. M. wood visited Mr. and Mrs.
was used both for pump- moved to the Leland Bed- store which was Hampton No. eral burglaries and vandalism; Hersey Jr., July 21; L. K.Childs. Cleveland Sullivan Tuesday.Mr. .

In The 1911 waterworks by C. J. Weeks was installed and was ing water and for the electric enbaugh home a two story I. In reply to a request for and finally changed this springto July 21. ; and to those and Mrs.Herbert Clover-
generator and also for the cypress with wedding anniversariesIn
long-to Hampton the operatorwas the the and Marshall returned
John W. Watter- house owned by J.W. Watterson corner by new post settle
purchased by single mill Mr. Watterson likely to ask. "Is that In July; Mr. and Mrs. Marlon several
which burned in 1338 when office. Sunday from a days I
In 1914.
of M. L.
father ,
son had at one time in his garage well Sullivan on the 25th and Mr.
? And that might
The has been in the the postoffice and homes burn- Florida In commenting on future plans trip to the Smoky and Blue :
operation since that time with and the grist mill where ed. After the fire whep the be a question in 1969 as well for telephone service in Hampton and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Sr. on Ridge Mountains.Mr. .

family the number of subscribers Increasing he /ground grits and meal for Bedenbaughs moved Into the when Hampton's telephones are Otto Wettstein m. presi- the 27th."RUSTY. and Mrs. Marion Sullivan I
his own use and for sale. Someof house that to listed under the Waldo exchange dent of North Florida said observed their 54th wed-
from the original:\ 56 still now belongs J.A.
the shingles are IS TWO"Busty
cypress Williams the switchboard "We are in the process now ding anniversary Friday evenIng -
to 130 at the present time. was
on the garage owned by Mrs. Expansion of telephone ser- commercial Sullivan celebrated his "dinner out"at
of with
An metal tank located there. The Bedenbaughs engineering a July 25
8,000 gallon
and the Florrie Belle Brown across The late Luther Watterson also had a store and fish vice in Hampton was under- survey from which we will design second birthday Saturday evenIng a Starke restaurant with Mr.
on a towers from theWattersons.On mar- taken In the 1950s the Santa July 19, sharing cake and
well are both loca- founder of Hampton's watersystem ket in the small building to the by our exchange plant to pro- and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan.
adjoining Feb. 5, 1926 the City of Fe :: Ice cream with his parents
ted on the lot next to the home is pictured in (the front of the lot, and Mrs. Eliza Telephone to., a co-opera- vide only one and two party
Hampton granted a franchiseto tive Waldo Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Tallahassee
where Mrs. Watterson con- workshop where he spent Hall (Mrs. Marvin Williams'mother which sold the exchange service thus eliminating the Hugh Ingram of
Mr. Watterson to furnish to North Florida Telephone Jr. grandparents; Mr. and Miss Dor-
tinues to live. A submerged much of his time during' his ) rented rooms there eight-party rural line which ; visited his cousins
electric turbine automatic in electric current to the City active ;years and helped operate the switch- Co. In 1957. At that class of service is presently Mrs. Percy Sullivan of Palatka thy Mills and Harold Mills,
well cuts in including street lights. On board.ild'Let's. time the Waldo exchange had provided for Hampton." ; great grandparents Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan
the 120-feet deep the same date Mr. Watterson 215 stations In service but it and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan; Jr. and Rusty Wednesday afternoon -
when the tank is drained of entered into a contract withJ. tion of his plant in Hampton. and great aunt and uncle Miss enroute to Deland on busi-
2.000 gallons, leaving a 6,000 L. George owner and operator Electric lines were built to Dorothy Mills and Harold Mills. ness.
gallon reserve at all times.In of an electric light and Waldo. Should any of your propaga- nure of green leguminous plant Others visiting Rusty during the

the 1920s Mr. Wattersonhad power plant in Waldo to pur- On'' Nov. 16, 1926, Florida GoGardening tion plans materialize you'll material. Top this with one day were grandmother Mrs. HELP!!
a gasoline engine powered chase current for the opera- Power & Light Co. bought the need a quanitity of compost when quart of superphosphate per Marshall Strickland of Flora- Your correspondent is the
electric system from Mr. Wat- the new plants are added to the 100 square feet of compost. home; aunt Mrs. Elmer Ful- proud ( but distracted) ownerof
garden. To have a supply on Compost material will beginto ghum Jr. of Palatka and friend four cute puples. They're
terson which Included 43 hand when it Is needed begina go through a heat in two or Mrs. Frank Price of Flora- 12 weeks old they've been
MOVING meters Installed about seven compost pile now. three days.If home. wormed and they're free to
TEXTILE To New miles of poles out of Hampton, Here's some tips on com- showers are not spaced anyone who'll promise to give
Location and about two miles of polesin lay Hervey Sharp. Fdltor posting provided by Universityof right, supply the pile of PERSONALS them a good home. Please

138 E. CALLOld Hampton. This system also Florida Agricultural Xxtonslon Florida Agricultural Ex- future plant food with water and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sulli- help me spread the word and
served Hampton Beach.On Service periment Station workers. They do not allow the material to of Palatka cut down on the dog food bill!
van were Thursday
OUTLET Dec. 9, 1927 the City of say that .you can compost almost dry out.After.
Mitchell\ Drug Hampton granted Florida Power any plant material including three or four weeks fork evening visitors of his parents THINK ABOUT IT
Store & electric franchisein If summer heat drives you to Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Confucius said It "Our
Light an :
224 N. TEMPLE Building leaves grass weeds over the pile mixing the dry
the shade take advantage of this Sullivan and their son PercyJr.
standard form for 30 ;years. greatest glory is not In never
material with the bottom
On May 18, 1956 a new electric physical respite by planning garden refuse and kitchen top ., and family. falling but in rising every time
moist material. This will Insure -
White. Flat. And Fitted franchise was granted to future gardening chores. waste. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillipsand we fall."
Most gardeners do their best Make the compose pile a con- uniformly decomposed Billy of Middleburg were
Florida Power & Light for 30
in venient size -- about 10 feet compost. In another three or Sunday afternoon visitors of
Percale Bed Sheets W. II. Griffin, who planning while reclining a
- $1.50Solids died years.March 14, 1958 at the age hammock. If your conscience square and three to five feet four compost weeks of will warm be ready weatherthe : for his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. SMITH: PLUMBINGAND

of 83, signed the new franchiseas forces you to think, then con- high. D. Phillips. SUPPLY CO.;

Prints And Floral! Made To Sell for $5.89 president of the City Coun- sider the topic of plant prop- the In top building flat or the with pile a leave use.For a professional tupe Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Percy Harold J, Smith ownerContracting
cil. He was also one of the agation. It'll give you many slight Sullivan Jr. and Rusty were
restful hours. depression to catch the rain. compost unit, pour a 10 x 10 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nettles and and repairs
No-Iron Sheets councilmen signing the first Moisture aids in foot concrete slab and con- Plumbing Fixtures -
$2.25Ex. decomposition. children of Lake Sat-
- franchise granted to Florida To justify long thought sessions Geneva
Begin the with 12- struct 4-foot cinder block wallson Water Heaters Pumps
construct a simple compost a urday; and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall -
Power & Dec. 9 1927.
Light on ,
three sides of the Be- .
At the present time there ground bed underneath the tree inch layer of leaves grass or slab. Strickland of Florahomeand Irrigation Iron Fllte.'s
White Hlue -Velvet other material. Wet this thor- sides hiding an unsightly pileof Water Softeners
Large Pink Yellow Finish are 132 customers In the city near the hammock. Make the Mrs. Harry LoperofStarkt
bed by laying curbing to hold oughly and pack to save your decaying matter the unit Sunday. PHONE
BATH of Hampton and 94 outsidethe
will rains from leach-
cCone's city limits with Hamptonas the rooting medium and to sup- energy let the small fry of the prevent Overnight guests of Miss Jan (Please
neighborhood make ing away vital plant food elements make a note of
a of Searle
the bed game Friday were
port cover.
Mills 100% Gotten Emb. Made To Sell their mailing address. Leafy cuttings are best suited flattening the pile. during the composting Cheryl McClellan Beverly our number In your phone
Incorporated in the franchise
for 13.98 To $22.95 Next,, spread a layer of ma- process. book)
granted In December 1927 wasa for this down to earth-bed ; Meng and Joy Saxon of Ham-

BED SPREADS - $3.98 TO $5.98 clause stating that the net With a little more effort
rates of Florida Power & Light you can construct a raised propagating -

King Size Flat White Fitted -White Color Prints for electric energy furnishedfor case. This will take
lighting purposes should not the stoop out of rooting plants
SHEETS $3.00. $4.00 exceed 15 cents per kilowatt and elevate the Job from a baCKbreaking EttabUahed 19O4Bodcocfeb
hour. In 1968 the average task to a near loaf-
WHITE cost for residential customers ing hobby. TERRIFIC SAVINGS
served by F. P, & L. was Construct the case at least
HAND TOWELS 1.95 cents. The national average eight Inches deep. fill with FURNITURE and APPLIANCES
39c UP was 2.12 cents. five Inches of rooting medium,

15c each. Assorted Colors On Dec.into 9 an, 1927 agreement the City; withF. entered of leaving the cuttings headroom
Wash Clothes $1 Doz. And Sizes P, & L. to provide servicefor Rooting media are plentiful. Tr.d.-In Mutt Se Leu Than
Sand is the most common. Other 10 V..,. OM and In Acceptable
'tie street lighting system materials Include vermiculite Werlung Cendihen. ---, ----i ''! KJMAYTAG

Bath Towels 35c ea. Others..2 for $1 dle wh..h power consisted lamps of cityowned.100-can-. peat moss peanut hulls pecan 'r s lHHH f fOWEST
hulls and sawdust.For .
This 13 Cu. ft. Single Door ..
agreement was signed by the plant rooting pro- ?
Bath Mat Sets MEN'SWork H, A. Delk as mayor.At ; ject select softwood tips threeof REFRIGERATORfSAnnn -- APPLIANCE SALE

Clothes the present time there are four inches long. trim Hi/ihll I 9 I I
eleven 2,500-lumen and thirty the cuttings leaving the
$1.49 Up upper Lb. "
68 Freezer
1,000-lumen street lights in operation I
two or three leaves intact.
$1.49 & $1.99 ) t'' r "I
owned by Florida Power next Insert the cutting into Chiller Tray I )
Assorted Colors PER SUIT & Light. the rooting medium. after Large Crisper Y s-

.. Mr. Watterson also installed flooding in, cover the case with Butter Bin J

glass cheesecloth or clear Egg Storage -/1/1S t r
plastic. Keep the cuttings damp 1''
with daily mist-like sprays on 179 95 With ---I'i '

the leaves. Trea.-- .___ __. -- Jt
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bud A oneinch -'-. -
cuttings. UAR INJOIGJ! ?
shield of the stem with a dor- 12 Cu. Ft. Two-Door _, 'r5
mat bud and a single leaf attached -
is all that's needed. jill REFRIGERATORtFREEIER
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flora can be started by leaf- full-width cmperAutoDefrott 15 t :lie
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -- MELROSE Meeting With City Officials |:r New Principal Sees En rOnmenfIncrease f*

Mayor Ray Starnes announced A representativ of the FAA At KHS For FaD Term
,. yesterday that Rep. Don Fuqua will be Invited to meet
- --- and Keystone City;
wu will be at the municipal build- Rep. Fuqua
ing In Keystone Heights at 3p.- officials at this time, and the Increased enrollment! for the

Services Held Road Monies m. Friday, Aug. I, to dicuss general public Is also Invited. Keystone Heights School this

-KeystoneHilifes/ For Vern SamsonOf Received By future proposed uses of the The Keystone council Is now fall is predicted by Cnariss B.

[ Keystone Airport.. deadlocked with the FAA over Rider, who arrived early in July

Melrose Keystone Height terms of leasing a portion of from Hammond, La. to succeed
By JIM FOX Council Chairman Everett the 2,700-acre tract to the Key- principalof
Benson as
Pfeaiw Phone In Your Item "473-4"*, Vera Samson, 75, of Melrose, The City of Keystone Heightshas Fox said this week that the cityis stone Sportsmen's Club for Joseph the Keystone E. : Heights School.
received a check for $3- to obtain title to the .
seeking hunting privileges.Fox
died Tuesday, July 22, In a Mr.' Rider. expects an enroll
funds from Clay the City
375 In road Airport "with no strings attached says he thinks
Gainesville hospital after a which Is about $900 lease or ment of at least 650 studentsIn
Indicated able
lam's Catholic Church.On County, and that Fuqua had should be
Saturday evenings at 8, brief illness. He was born In less than received last year he though t this could otherwise dispose of the property grades 1.12, a gain of almost
LaVern, Minn., on June 10, 561. He
last yur's
bingo Is played at the American Council Chairman Everett Fo be done. a. It sees fit. :100 over
1894, and was a retired mechanic class
also predicts a graduating
Legion Hall on Highway 21 north. said yesterday.Last .
Both sessions are open to the Methodist and Church.member of the year the city received ...... of 75, largest In the school's

public. $4.275 In road money from history
Surviving: is one daughter, the county, and In the budget The faculty for ,!the new term

DUPUCATE BRIDGE Mrs. Vera Kline, of Colum- approved last month the sum 4 ( \ VOICE of theSPORTSMAN is complete, Mr. Rider states,

This Is a special remlndei bus, Ohio; a son, Roy Samson, of $4,200 was set up as estimated consisting of 30 teachers!! a :principal

for bridge enthusiasts that they Melrose; one brother, George Income from that \ Il | as well as secretary,
are invited to play in the Stark Samson, and a sister, Mrs.
source. teaching aide, clinic attendant,
Ethel both of Colum-
Duplicate Bridge Club on Tuesday Tooph, \
The law covering such
payments By MIKE CHIllY .secretary to counselor: and librarian -
evenings. The games,which bus.Funeral provides that a count; **** ,
start at 7:30, are held In the services were heldi commission shall levy a taj -i
: _______ Included
i at, 2 p.m. Friday, July 25, lithe -- -- Eight new teachers are
Pratt St. Recreational Center,, road -- - - - -.
mills for
to exceed ten
Windsor Methodist Church not in the lineup:
and bridge purposes, and thai of Jacksonville Cha<. B. Rider
with Rev. Thomas C. Geyer Judith Hanklns.
shall be In a the fish Griffin's Lodge (east shore
the fund kept separate HI Sports Fans, are
In music.
On Saturday evening,30 members officiating. Interment was account and used only as biting a little better this weekor Sante Fe), reports that the bass elementary
the church under dir Florahome 5th cal education and social scienceat
cemetery Thelma
of the Keystone Golf & stated. ( last week that Is). Quitea and shellcrackers were biting Allen
Country Club and their guests ection of DeWitt C. Jones Fun- last week pretty good last week, and quite grade. Southeastern Louisiana Col.
that few were caught ,
enjoyed a social hour and fish) eral Home of Keystone Heights. The law further valorem provides taxes according to my check points. a few were caught. Sunday. Rov Donna Ruth Newlon,KeystoneHeights lege, Hammond La.; and a

Mh.t4' fry at the club.It half of the the ad road and bridge It's beginning to look like I'm and Mr. Beasley caught aID, 2nd gride. Master's degree in Emulation: ::

-- was the first opportunity raised on In each incorporated never going fishing again, but 8, and a 7 1/2 pound Bass. Roy Douglas Brulett, Huntlngton. Curriculum for supervisors for

Mr. and Mrs. William WolfeSr. for some of the members tc vice. municipality millage shall be turned until It cools off some I'm not fished alone and caught two 7- Mass.! counselor.: guidance, from Ball State University

announce the engagementof meet the new golf pro Lew An appeal Is being made In behalf over to the municipality; for going to worry too much. I pounders Monday; one 10- Constance Dykes, Gainesville Muncie, hid He has

their daughter, Christine Chaff, Sr. and Mrs. Chaff. of the Community Church use in repairing and maintaining was out at Gold Head Branch pounder Tuesday; and a 9,and a business education. also taken special work at ssv-

Carol, to John Gregory Storer, The dinner was sponsored b> Women's organization for six: streets and roads within State Park the other day and 6-pounder this Sunday morning.Dr. Lyndle Kirtley (former.coach, eral other colleges and univer

of Bristol, son of Mr. and Mrs. the social committee. Pro- volunteers to assist the committee the city as decreed by local saw some mighty fishy looking Stone fished three days last who has been 4n the Army at sities. He served In the U. S.

Robert Storer, of Bristol, N.H. ceeds for the dinner will be donated compiling the history of ordinances.Fox waters out there. The first week and caught, 24, 18, and 24 Fort Bragg) science and coach- Army for 37 months during

Miss Wolfe graduated from to the building fund. the organization from 1951 to said that Keystone has chance I get, I'd sure like shellcrackers. Alan Griffin ing.\ World n, being honorably discharged

Keystone Heights High Schoolin date. It was first thought that six streets that are high on to check in to 'em. caught 34, Sunday. Jimmy Bell Patricia Predmore, Gaines with the rank of Tech.
the class of 1965, and received Rob- the Publicity Chairman ( Helen Clay County's priority list Slim's Fish N Stuff and party caught 35 one day, ville, art. meal Sergeant. He U a member:
Marine and Mrs.
her A. A. degree fromSt. Captain and three Egan) and Secretary (Thelma for paving under the second- (Keystone), reported some nice and 18 another day. Joseph E. Benson: (former of Alpha Psi Omega, honor society

Johns River Junior Collegein ert James Richards and Wallace) would be able to do It ary road program. "We have catches last week. Travis Wal- Well Sports Fans I'm afraid prlncnpil:' who resigned last for psychological counsel

1967. She is employed with children, Stacy, Desty; during the summer, but the been told this additional pavingis ker caught a 10 pound bass last tha t wraps it up for this week. ), will teach English. .
Va. :year ors.
Gregory Quantico spent
Employer's Service Corporation two weeks, ,with, Mrs.Richards' backlog of material was too about a vear off." Fox said.iiiiIiii. Thursday, anda8-pounderFrI- Even though the fish were bit. Mr. Rider cornea to Keystone

of Gainesville. visiting and great and will require the efforts day In Lake Brooklyn, on shin- ing good, not many people were with 19 years' exeperlen:: la Teachers will report for dutyat
Mr. Storer graduated from parent, Mr. of a team. This appealIs ers. Lloyd Armstrong caught out fishing last week. So let's : ; from the Keystone school on August ->
He graduated
Melbourne High School and Is Mrs. Chester Moody of Lake made with the plan that the 10 pound bass In Lake Santa Fe all get out and try'em this education. Mooseheart. HI, 21, :and the new term will
echool in
attending night school at Ply- Brooklyn.Mr. arrouD would meet one morning a, on a Jigger pole Saturday morn- weekend. If you catch any, be high :: '
and Mrs. Chester Moody, week starting In August, at the received a BA degree In physiIt 'begin September 2.
mouth State College, New Ham- Ing. Earl Jowers, who worksat sure to let me know. And until
shire. He Is associated with n: and their son, Rhett, of Del- educational building and com Slim's caught a 14 pound next week, "Good bye, and for this week. Anyway, I'm-
ray Beach, visited with his parents the records Into a history. By Joyce Rowe bass purple luck!"
International Packing Cor- pile 3 ounce on a good ready to go take a dip. So Smokey SayttHJKKZStiiiSZI
during the Richards' Brenda Carr church secretary in Lake Geneva.INDIAN .
Mrs. Salamander
poration.The "csrflsflnsflnssss. until next week, "May the good
Miss Jean
Carolyn Moody, a .
wedding will be held Sept- will assist. Please call Lord bless and keep you all"...
ember 6 at the First Baptist secretary with the Universityof Mrs. Egan If you will volunteer Our sympathies to the fam- VYyyvyvvvyyw'yyVTVYVVW That's really a

Church of Keystone Heights. Florida, was also home fora your services. ily of M. V. Samson, who died going beautiful again.place for camping,and MY BUSINESS IS FOREST
visit with her family.
last week. He has been a res-
Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Ryan and BEACH perfect for young and old. It's / -. RRE PlVENTION"wHA1CURS
SPECIAL APPEAL ident of Melrose for many
ROTARY CLUBDectective ?
really a shame that we don't LEEON'S
three children of Miami, Mr.
A. D. Witt, head FROM A SOLDIERSgt. years. His son, Roy, and fam-
have time to get out more
and Kent and
of the Narcotic Division for Ryan son 1st Class Ruggles Dodge, ily live here. (lake Ita Ft) enjoy the outdoors. My "Safe At Last"
Tony, of Pompano Beach and
Gainesville, was guest speakerat Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan and son of Mrs. Robert Lambing, Mr. and Mrs.ClarenceSamp- 8"1 Michael H. CUttyrk. brother Wayne celebrated his They're finally safe onEarth,

the weekly meeting of the has made an appeal for help to son of Mount Dora recently 470-3111 21st birthday (July 21)), by inviting Our Astronaunts, that Is.
four children California were
from his base In and Mrs. W. H.
his mother Mr.
Keystone Heights Rotary Club recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. He is Keystone visited ..&.. .........&- some of his friends out And all that I can say, '
last Vietnam. a_ Allen. whiz! 'k'
Friday.Mr. Chester E. Moody. Robert Jones Friday and Saturday. "Happy Is "Golly boys, gee j jI
Witt discussed the grow- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moore, of Heights career soldier, Mr. and Mrs. of Jack- Greetings friends and neigh- birthday (although It's a little

ing drug problem throughout Virginia Beach, Va., were signed to the 69th Engineers:: and daughter visited Terry Mr. and Mrs. bors, from you r "Moon late), to my little brother Now they're on the ship,
the United States, indicatingthat and owns A home on Lake Geneva sonville Idon't Waynel"Mrs. And placed In Quarantine.
weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs. reporter.
the majority of drug Jim Zowarka and family.Mr. to which he hopes to re- Carl Hagglund, Jr. Sunday.Mr. Hardee. happy"know rolling about- you all, but Helen Walker and JohnG. It seems to me a shame, I

abusers were between the ages PJ.J11.oq retirement next year, and Mrs. Robert Cooke of Jacksonville visited To have to treat them so mean. .
and Mrs. Frank Jones, have had his mother from Ocala this reporter Is mighty proudof ,.
of 17 and 30. His appeal Is one of mercyto our Mr. and Mrs. C. F, Shawyerlast
of Peach St., flew home last Astronauts, and
last week. our
The speaker said the prob- week after atwo-weekvlsit with help the deplorable condi- visiting Sam Jones of country for the fantastic achlev- Sunday. The things our men have done,

lems arise from glue sniffers, their son In law and daughter tion of the children of the village West Mr. Palm and Mrs.came and picked up ments that were accomplishedlast Marsha and Ralph Roysterand Are really truly great. Your bu.ine.s-being careful

depressant and stimulant abus- Sgt. and Mrs. James Mus- where he is stationed.The Mrs. Ada Ford to spend a week week. Whe n you stop family of Dunellon, visited Just think, to walk on other with any fire!
ers, narcotics and marijuanaand in servicemen In that settlement their parents, Frances and planets,
grove, who are now residing with them. and think that some day we may
hallucinogen abusers. Colorado.Mr. are endeavoring to take another livable planet Dick Hllllard, Sunday.Mr. We may not too long have to
and Mrs. Dean Jacksonof journey
Witt said that the following care of a of orphans, Mr. to and Mrs.Charlie Thompson wait.
and Mrs. Donald Bailey, group Texas and her mother, Mrs. and what this will mean
, symptoms and characteristicsmight from babies to eight of of Lake Alfred.,were visiting KEYSTONEHEIGHTS
of Jacksonville, honored Mrs. years "population explosion,
Park the
of Iowa
be. noted In ,a habitual Baney's "brotner' :' "' KayfflOnd\ 1'ogtfj'' WiNJ/ !IJ"TT THSWTJr'QT"#' ...J.Texas H. and Hatten her children, Deanna -, those events were a giant step Fred and Vera Swearingen They brought some samples

drug abuser: sporadic school Crabtree, and his fiancee,Miss apers, clothing of all sorts, have been visit- for Mankind. If I live long on Saturday. Fred and Vera back,
attendance, unusual flareups or Julie Walker of Keystone and money to feed them. Thereis and Jimmy, I think I'd like to take were both vacationing lastweek, From these, who knows wl1atthey'll
Dean's aunt, Mrs. J. T. enough,
outbreaks of body temperature, ing A.
Heights, with a cocktail buffetat no water to drink, except such a journey just to see what and Vera's mother, Mrs find.
changes In physical appearance, that supplied by the 69th Green. out there. But L. Mathis- of Jasper, 'pent We may discover that the
their home, on Saturday evening John, and Bud Er- things are
wearing sunglasses at Inappropriate Mrs. Lambing is appealingfor fish the week with them. Her brother Moon
I swim and the ,
unless can ,
July 26.Keystone Clearwater have been
win ,
times, long sleeve contributions In material and sister in law Mr. and shlney gold DIRECTORYRABY'S
in uncle biting good out there, I'd Is a great big
Heights guests their aunt and are
shirts worn continually, and the things, such as listed here, as visiting home shortly. I, Mrs. Maxie MatHs and son, of, mine.
attendance Included Miss Walk Mr. and Mrs. Red Thompson. be coming
borrowing of money for the purchase -
of drugs.Detective er's mother, Mrs. R. L. Walk well as money, and will arrange Recent visitors at the Thompson as many of you did, think It Gainesville, were Friday guests to
Witt concluded his er, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whar- for mailing these articles home were Billy Munis of was quite amazing: to watch of the Swearingens. The President was AUTO
that and Mrs. J.M. Lorlmler.
with the information that ton, Mr. Charles Davis, Herb directly to her son, 11 Bellview and Timmy Tannerof those excellent pictures Mr. greet them, SERVICE
speech the
Jacksonville and grand- went
sent back. For the first Jr., of When they
films on drug abuse are avail- Nelson, Rodney Banford, Eric contributions are provided. Lakeland. were Leaven-
able for area schools and civic Redfearn Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Inasmuch as Sgt. Dodge will Airman Henry S. Dorman time in quite a while there was daughters, of Fort ship. back" Complete Auto RepairsAir
worth Kan. were Sunday guests of "pat their ,
To sort
Martin Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. be Keystoner and sincehe something different and new
clubs through the Gainesville soon a son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. W. Carpenter them on Conditioning Repairs
of Mr. and Mrs. -
And congratulate
Police Dowling, Miss Linda Anthony, has made this appeal to his Dorman has completed basic on TV. And you could actually
Department. & Automatic Transmission
The speaker was introduced and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson mother, local folk have already training at Lackland Air Force learn something from watching.coveredthe Friends. will be Interested", to their fantastic trip. ; Service
Reeves. Indicated their Interest. Timeis Base, Texas and has been assigned Well now that we've
by Dr. Phil Parsons.ST. short for the gathering of to Sheppard Air Force Space News, let's look at know that Mr.Carpenter under- Yes, they're, safe at last, PHONE 473-4404

WILLIAM'S CATHOLIC Items, which may be sent to Base, Texas. Indian Beach. went surgery on Tuesday Jacksonville In Thanks to the help and guid- Little Lake Bedford
Methodist Hospital, of the Lord.
The Altar Society will have a NEWS NOTES Mrs. Lambing, or she will call Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bickel Monday night my parents, ance ,
Mow for other planets
work shop on August 4 at the for same If you phone her at and children, Tina, Colleen,and James and Cricket, took Kathy Jack and Lou Miller and family Build we new can ships and board... BEAUTY SHOP

recreational hall. The ladies, By Helen En 473-4664. She may need some Rodney, have moved from Crawford, who had spent a week attended the Dyal Family .

who will be assisting with the help In packaging, so If anyone Melrose to Belle Glade. with us, back to Starke, so she Reunion (Lou's family) at KEYSTONEBEAUTY

Bazaar to be held In the fall, will assist, please call her. Children attending classes at could go to the doctor with her Strickland's Landing on Klngslev' KEYSTONE

are asked to be there by 9:30: HOMEMAKERS NEWS Sgt. Dodge Is a graduate of summer school at Melrose Elementary aunt, Mrs. Laurie Edwards. Lake. Between 75 and 100 SHOP

a.m. Mrs. Marguerite Quagliano, the University of Florida. finished up classes Kathy stayed In town so she descendants of Oscar W. and

of the Keystone Heights Club, last week and will finally geta could take care of Mrs. Ed- Prudence Murrhee Dyal attend KDITH JOHNSON Owner

BINGO GAMES attended the 45th Annual Flo- few weeks of summer vaca- wards' son Ricky while Mrs. ing this annual occasion.Mr. DRIVEINFrI. Personal and Creative Hair Styl-
Area residents and summer rida Extension Homemakers PERSONALS tion before starting the fall Edwards is in the hospital. Iq JCv rr Form of Beauty

visitors are reminded that Council Meeting at the Univer- Richard Kyle came home from semester.A We're hoping, and praying that and Mrs. Marvin Fair- Culture Tue-S 9-3; closed

Bingo is played every Friday sity of Florida. Denver, Colo due to the hospitalization Cadet Scout Troop is being everything will go fine, and cloth and son, and friends of ., Sat., Aug. 1, 2, toIoD Qr.
starting at 7:30 In the During the summer recess of of his father, Louis formed in Interlachen for girls Mrs. Edwards will have a Jacksonville spent the weekendat
recreational hall of St. Will- the eight clubs, the Council orris Kyle, for a week in the Brad- in this area who are Interestedin speedy recovery. Maybe Kathy their lake home. oifi& DEBORAH BUILDING MATERIALhARDWARE

1::,5 rj are preparing the programs ford County Hospital. becoming Cadet Scouts. This will get to come back and workon English and Romania Hilton
and Yearbook which will Sympathy Is extended to Mr. will be for girls in the seventh that sun tan she wanted so of Jacksonville, spent two weeks :cIhic6, { KERR

DRAGLINE WORK' be ready for the fall meetings.Mrs. and Mrs. Roy Turknett on the eighth and ninth grades. bad. Thursday, we were visIted vacationing at their mobile BROOKLYN

BULlJDOZINGEARTHMOVING- Elsie Isaacs of Penney death of his father in Jackson Melrose girls are invited to by one of my cousins, home down here. While here, )JIs! DAVID NIVENthe SUPPLY HOUSE

Farms has completed the monthly ville recently. join, if Interested. For more Mary Stegall, and children of they were visited by their
devotional handbook for the Word has been received of information, call Mrs. Helen Williston, and her sister in- daughter and son inlaw, first comedy about the pill1'] Lumber Plywood Builder's

CALL new year. the death of Rev. Benjamin R. Whitton in Melrose at 4812379or law and sons of Live Oak. I Beverly and Hugh Fletcher and Sun., Mon., Tues. Hardware Roofing Sheetrock

Weld, a former pastor of the Anna Keelor at 6842219In spent Friday evening and part of son, and other members of their August 3, 4, 5 Paneling Paints Insulation
Big Chief Heavy COMMUNITY CHURCH Community Church, on June 27 Interlachen. Saturday camping out at l Old family.Mr. Tools Electrical & Plumbing
My father is Impossible
Rev. William Bennett,reiutu at Lake Worth. Burial was by Head Branch State Park with and Mrs. James Robbins @t ,to ,,' '.bt
Construction, I Inc. Methodist! minister from Penney cremation. Ills wife, Julie, DUPLICATE BRIDGE some of the boys and men from were visiting his mother, Mrs.E. .','I' .'Lit., ,,, itI.. I- ., ',d .,wy. 21 N. of Keystone 473-4886
Palatka 325-1476' Farms, will beguestspeak- who was treasurer of the Duplicate Bridge winners last Hampton Baptist Church. B. Watkins, in North Augusta ", '" .' I' .' ',t'1_" ./.'

er at the August 3 Worship serHe's \ omen's Club for several week were: Mrs. Roland Bryan Besides S.C. for a few days. DAVID NIVEN
years, is remaining In- their and Mrs. Val Givens, 1st place; doing us big kids CONCRETE PRODUCTSFOR
and Mrs. Sam ButlerJr. .
Mr. "THE:
good just to
out In the '
apartment at 727 1/2 North K Mrs. W. J. Grolick and Mrs. ,
and weekend -
son were guestsof
Street in Lake Worth. Rev. Phil Kromer, 2nd place; Mrs. fresh open air, It was a thrill- Mrs. Jo Strandberg.When I "

Weld was 95 years of age. Paley Boyd and Mrs. John ing experience for those young Thurs. CONCRETE PRODUCTS
we called for news the Aug. 6, 7
M. Sgt. Harold Gaede and his Strawn, 3rd place; Mrs. Gay sters. In fact, before the crackof CALL OR SEE
other day, many of the phones
wife are visiting the Keystonearea Livingston and Mrs. Ray Star- daylight Saturday morning, were out of order. So it looks ELVIS Knows Edward's Build'ng
enjoying a rest and mak- 4th they were asking when we were
like that's gonna have to do Trouble With Girls
ing plans to become permanent Supply, Inc.

residents here. Sgt. Gaede recently CUB SCOUTS ,' -- --- 726 S. MAIN 372-4844
retired from the Air Cub Scout Pack 109 held its Show Relay, Timmy Smith, Gainesville Florida

Force and has just returned regular pack meeting Wed.July Mark Thompson, and Keith

from Saigon.WISH. 2 in the Parish House, as rain Weaver.A .
prevented it being held out- weiner roast with all the Rudd Gas Water Heaters NURSERY
doors as was planned. trimmings was then enjoyedby j .

Raymond Thompson of Den 4 the group. ... O.C. Carries Nursery
Within Easy Reach hoisted the colors as the Cubs The awards program consisted ,heats water 3 times faster!
of Thousands of plants
of the
awarding large .
THAT and parents said the pledgeof f.
Bank Mail ribbons to each winning con- Fruit Trees-Shade Trees
The Cubs then
When You By allegience. "'.
competed in various athletic testant and team member of Li Rivera Of Hot Water At Evergreens

Fiom' > ou to one of our teller". deposits events and games. Ribbons a winning team. Several advancement Camellias & Azaleas
for each awards presenta- LOW LOW COST
were event.
when ,
//0 to the carefree. way Lions MOST ALL IN CANS
Winners were: Indian Leg postponed becausethe

you "bank" <.it your>> nearest mailbox. wrestle; Keith Weaver Raymond Cubs slated to receive them ,P PLANT ANY TIME .

for free hank-liy-maU hompson, Allen Weaver; could not be present. f,; Pay For It From Your Beautiful Roses -
Just see us: Nothing worthwhile!can ever Arm Lock Wrestle; Kddic: The boys then enjoyed an LandscapingPhone

forms and envelopes ate time omc: to the! man who sits und Smith, Timmy Smith, Raymond old-fashioned watermelon eat- Utility Sav'ingsPURCHASED

1 reams.: Anything a man really '1 hompson. Allen Weaver, Keith ing contest with prizes awarded 659-2165
and lepN. LLJ(
to the first six places. Win FOR
vants: will come to him if he Weaver; Rooster Tight; Itay- 23 Ml. S. S. of Starke on
Hank in savings: account. See your works for it. mond hompsonAllen 1 Weaver, ners were Timmy Smith, Ray
regularly your .lans for it and : mond Thompson, Eddie Smith Hwy. 100 at Fiorahome
Keith Weaver; Golf: Ball Relay $2.00 Per Monthon
(a ler. Max Good; Wi-halcr CountyMo.
money grow ; Mark Thompson and Keith Allen Weaver, Keith Weaver, USED CARS

([ .) Citizen. Weaver, Allen Weaver and and Mark Thompson. Slade Gas

I'ddie: Smith Raymond Thompson Cubmaster Thompson then Economical

KEYSTONE STATE BANK announced that this meeting Hank Used Cars
and Timmy Smith.
individuals NOW
tn endow
)KfTorls: : would be the only summertime CALL
with dignity through theuiMHitfc Relay Race; Mark 'I'hompson BIO CASH DISCOUNT
Keystone Heights Fla. meetng, since the cubs and their
( of laws arc a waste Keith Weaver, 'Hmrny parents wore involved in so LADE GAS 332 MADISON TERMS

"Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly of lime. Joseph M. Shaw, Smith; stick pull Allen Wea- many conflicting activities. PHONE 964.7701WUWWUWUWWJWuW 5UY>- SELL TRADERT.

Community." Jr., Cherokee County (Ala.) ver Weaver, Raymond Mark hompson, Keith Mcelnltffl will resume in Sept- 1, BOX 96Hwy.
Thompson:' ,Timmy -
a lleruld.! ember. lot 8 MUe S. SUrke
:Smith I'ddle: Smith Tennis
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News About NEW BOOKS Public Warned' Against$! Handling 4-H Club Member Extension Cobb from Agent Levy Leonard County, we C. ''July Proves SEE

Describes Week learned the Ten Commandments Wet Month HereWith 'Th airit..reOp1c'C

Colored Citizens AT THE LIBRARY Wild' Animals That Be At Forestry CampBy of sportsman's gun safety creed., and We also learned the 11.4 Inches {

a--ssssrrrsflJr I-rrt ,Ifl_rrrssnrrrr-ssr-na. Might Rabid Lee Sparks to sight up a gun while In the -
NON FICTION prone position. On Thursday Bradford County; has received
RECREATION NEWS ADULT months of this year, 99 were Last week four Bradford we learned how to shoot ske- an average of 11.47 inches J.
Witches And Their Craft -- :Beware! If you find an apparently -
The little League Baseball raccoons. six foxes.: seven bats. 4-H Club members of rain during the first
program) was very successful Seth; A Time Of War, A Time tame raccoon don'tpick four cats. and dogs and two along with their leader Assistant ets.The highlight of the camp four weeks of July. The 50- CENTRAL PAINT

and exciting. The Blue Jays Of Peace -- McGovern: The It up. Don't buy one fnr !other animals. This far exceeds County Agent Bobby was a cookout Thursday nightat year average for the entire

were league champions ancf New Nationalism -- Snyder Pucel-; -: a pet. or let a Mend give one the 111 total during entire 1968. Taylor, attended the 34th an- the Big Scrub with a tour month of July Is 10.87 Inches. STORES, INC.
defeated the All-Stars 9-3. Northern Painting From to the children. The seemingly Board of Health warns at Doe Lake Rainfall measured durl tile
The nual boys camp of the Ocala National Forest ,. 63= N W. 13th STREET
would like le to Bruegel -- Cuttler; The harmless little animal; may appear -
Jackson Forest. week
Director National ending Monday at the
that a healthly-looking raccoon In the Ocala: provided by the Florida For- GAINESVILLE'JPHONB
to thank the participants, par- Collected Short Prose James friendly and without fear may seem normal but may Those attending were Jerry est Service. county's; three fire towers was:
for their Machaqullk -- Llsl; The RiddleOf of humans, but the reason may New 376-1201 .
ents, and spectators lhave the deadly virus that can Redding, Daniel Rosier. Waiter River 2.2 Inches.
The Universe -- Smart; The be :that It is rabid. Lee
fine cooperation. and myself,
be transmitted to a human: Prevatt, --- ---- ----
The annual Instructional Bask- Shadow Of The Blooming The Florida State Boordi of was sponsored *
the The camp
through a bite. Only when Sparks.
etball program will start Mon- Grove -- Russell; Monarch 01 Health warns the public of an disease Is well advanced does by the Federal Cartridge SMITH-CORONA GAUXIE DELUXE

day, Aug. 4, for boys 13 to Deadman Bay -- Caras; M) outbreak of rabies in raccoons the animal develop excessive Corporation of Mlnneaspolis -

17 at 5 p.m. in the RJE gym. Beaver Colony -- Wilson; To- land other animals throughout at the mouth and show Minn. IT'S THE WORLD'S FASTEST
These sessions will be held ward A Global Federalism -- Florida. and urges extreme cau- frothing While at camp we had sev- NON-ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER, NOW WITH POWERSPACE
of erratic behavior.
Monday, Wednesday, and Douglas; Amercan Diplomacy :.tion in IrrcrVn! or making petsof \signs eral classes pertaining to wild I
not been human Jeweled Main .
There has a Bearinz Has
Thursday and will end Thursday And The Spanish Civil War -- .any wild animals. life and natural resources. One Vinyl-dad=- ,

Aug. 21. All participantsmust Traina:. The Moneymakers- Of the 118 animals confirmedfor death In Florida from rabies. of the classes was in forestry, to Insure lonz-lastinz alr-staelTrimlini
to the
bring shorts,tennis shoes, Lamott; Apollo On The Moon-- the first six since 1948. This) Is due taught by Assistant Extension factory-new precision
rabies during at
carrying east no
must be Cooper; Ills Toy, His Dream, Intensive control and survel- : _
towels. Everyone
and Forester Tony Jenson, and Dan
registered by Monday, Aug. 4, Ills Rest -- Berryman; Dwight Dionysus lance program carried out by Dunford, a recent graduate of and performance! ., ._ extra charztkLBfelfdtllWB'

before 5 p.m. D. Eisenhower, A Gauge of pheus Thorp-- wallacei'In; Silence -- the Board of Health. CJnly a. the University; of Florida,wherehe ChanzeableType .- ,. .
Greatness -- Morin; Soft Un- ; !series of 14 injections with a I I
Braider ; Fractions -- Field; majored in wildlife ecology.In adds a new dimension . ftatuns..ania
derbelly -- HigginsFamily rabies vaccine can save humans .
SCHOOL NEWS this class we learned how .
When The Rain Clouds Gather--
Head Start students will havea Planning In An Exploding Pop- Head The Shadows Of The who have been bitten by a rabid to find and estimate the age to your keyboard- parantssthatcu't4Ooptlonalsiiapon .

field trip to Jacksonville on ulation -- Father John O'Brien; House; -- Atkins The Lowest animal from a painful death. of a tree, also to estimate bibtat!

Friday, Aug. 1, leaving at 9:15 The Progress Of The Soul -- ; Gellhorn What can be done to protect board feet, and how many 16- characters! .
Trees Have Tops -- ; : .
Hughes Dark With No Sorrow-- ''
and returning at 2:30.: All ; Sons -- Hunter; Six Horse yourself your family and domestic foot Iocs were in a tree. : $121.50

parents and guardians are ask- Jackson Of Provence; The Wonderful Escudler Food Hitch -- Giles; The Fur.co animals from rabies? Another class was conserva- "I pew FEATURCS ..CHOOSB NBW COLORS sea ALL TM!N !W SMITM- :oRoNA POT.L.aS- 54S2fi'E I
ed to cooperate with the staff -- ;. File -- Cole; City Of Light The Board of Health urges that tion, taught by Extension Con-

in this activity for the safetyof ; Overlive Power, Poverty, & McLeod:. The Three Daughters all domestic pets: be protectedby servaUonlist John Herbert Jr.
the children. Each teacher The University; -- Bitenbaum; Of Madame Wang --Buck; Inoculation with rabies vac- In this class we discussed the BRADFORD
50 Years
Of Basketball
must turn in the name of each -- Lap- \ Mission Of Mercy -- Torr; cine developed for that purpose. Natural Resources of Floridaand COJk

volunteer worker who will be chick&; Fit How -To Steincrohn Be Lazy, Healthy The- A Place In The Countxy -- Keep all pets from strayingaway the United States. v ; SINCE 1879 1)..
going on the trip. ; Galnham. from home. Avoid all The most interesting classwe
Personality of Chaucer
-- Wg-
JUVENILE FICTION wildlife especially If they act attended was taught by
CHURCH NEWS ;- Mosaic Art Today-- Greeka -- Chipperfield; A- strangely, come out in the day- James A. Rowland who Is an

Ebenezer Baptist Church, Argior; Martin Luther King, dopted Daughter -- Clewes; light hours or eeem apparentlYtame. expert on fishing and fishing
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Sun- Jr. -- Miller; The Indian Tony and The Little Blue tackle. He provided fishing

day School, 9:45. Morningwor- Heritage Of America -- Jo- Car -- Chandler; Little Lea- Any wild animals that Invade gear and tackle, and the prizesfor
ship 10:45.: Evening Service, sephy; Civil Disobedience And our award program, in
gue, Little Brother -- Bishop. the community or your home
6:30.: Bible Study each Tues- Moral Law -- Madden; Sclen JUVENILE NON FICTIONThe premises should be reported at which I placed second ( out of
day night. Prayer meeting Philosophy) & ESP -- Price; 49) for writing this story.In .
Illinois River -- Ayars; once to the local police or
each Thursday night Plays For Teen -
Popular taught
another class by
The Brain Of Man McNeel
; health
county department.
Miss Ebenezer will be crown- Agers -- Martens; The War -- -- -- _. -
ed Sunday. Contestants are Business -- Thayer; The Complete ,
Joan Pittman and Daisy Bell Antiques Price List -- CARL BEGGSGulf&trrlc.

Coleman. The JunlorChoir will Kovel. .

serve Sunday and will also ren- ADULT FICTION .D .

der a musical program Friday, Sailor -- Jessup; An Entertainment '' nD PAM*

Aug. 1, at 8 p.m. The publicis -- Stewart; The .2... Peee ..r Wrsiad a.wIt
invited to attend these ser- Devil Finds Work -- Delving; .
_.. B.m'... .
.. r1es
.- ---- .. ; ..
vices. Jubilee Of A Ghost -- Cost; ---- -.., : .:: -.l. --t
Bethlehem Free Will Bap- Supper With The Borgias -- -Fu.IOiI..
tist Church Rev. Jasper Williams Jones The New InnerapriagB I
; Siege -- Corley; PUMPS USED VAODKTaf cleaner reconditioned VsssT Can -
pastor. Monday night, Old English Peep Show--Dick- CLASSIFIED AD RATES: and Box Springs *15 up. 10 different George E. LaRue Hwy.' Ml N. WsMeFURNITURE
Choir No. 1 rehearsal. Tues- inson; Great Spy Stories From -- NEW AND USED __ 415-UN
Up to 15 word _.__ 1JU Drop Us A Cart sr Call name brands to choose from.
day night, Choir No. 3 and Fiction -- Dulles Bring Me SAX.ES-PARTS-JSERVICE INSURANCE AGENCY
i PALATKA EA l.4 Parts excellent
Ushers Board No. 2 will meet. To The Banqueting House -- (Minimum charge) Deep &: Shallow Wells makes. repairs all Auto Five Homeowaers

Wednesday night Prayer Meet- Blderman; The City; Lover-- Each= word over 15 .., MRS. PEGGY E. AaUas SHAIXBR2M St. Water Softener A Filters Vacuums 712 Watson's N. Main House Oalne of LIFE A ACCIDENT : Refinishing up.
ing. Thursday night, Story Newman; Neighbors -- Al- holstering cabinetwork, antiques -
Expert Service vllle
Hour at the church. Friday lwrlght; The Bamboo Screen-- Extra charge If not Furniture Repaired On 376-7110. tfohi Keystone Heights '1BMMMEN restored to their orlart.

night, Prayer Band meeting. Harvester; A Killing For paid la advance __ M Upholstered &: Refinished All MakesPlamMar DID YOU KNOW Ifa easy to nal beauty. Can' C. X. Jackson

Saturday night, dinners sold Christ -- Hamlll; Dr. Or- MATTRESSES REBUILT fleirtee own a Longctoamp Rome 1313 Jfadiaxm St.. starke. Phone

from the kitchen. Memorial, Ree olatloiw s...... Ages* Phone 9647081DURRANCE Better built for y. rr4 ..11m. ,,- WANTED Men cottage 964-5370. tfeh*
Greater Allen Chapel HASTINGS MATTRESS PUMP .. Your planor ouri parents age over 21. Startingpay
Church. Sunday School, 10a.m. at Greater Allen Chapel '7 cents per word $295 month .
urday promotion
& AND SUPPLY Your lot opportunities
UPHOLSTERY WORKS CO. or ours. Contact Bu Lake Front Properties
Morning Worship at 11 with AME Church with Rev. Elijah and
regular Increases
ford *
710 I.e... 5'. PaUtka Mitchell phone C84;
Rev. A.R. Richardsonin charge. Aereages large and small!
was In
CARDS OF THANKS 11153. P. o. Box 33$. atarke pay. 8 hour daY S
Evening service at 6. in Juslamb Cemetery at Madison mSUXANCC: ..
.. day week sick: : leave vacations,.
with Chestnut & Hail Fun- 50 words or 1 less ___ ..GO MEN WANTED Laundry AT REDUCED BATES U: .. state ;retirement. U interested Trailer Lots

SERVICES HELD eral home in charge. wOl'ten. Kitchen aid, laborer AUTO. FIRE.: BOAT please apply In Personnel Homes, BusinessesS. .
Each word over 50 ..! .. cottage person
FOR REV. SAMPSON Rev. Sampson pastored parent, watchman DOYLE E. CONNEll
Manager Sunland Training. Center. :

Great Allen Chapel for 11 years. cook and clerk*. ground- INSURANCE! !: AGENCY!: JIMMY MOORE'S OalneiTllie Pla. E. McKay
Funeral services for Rev.L. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. OFFICIAL keeper true driver. Fir ..... An .
A. Sampson were held Sat- day week. eight' hour day. eqUal opportunity employer.
Estella Sampson, of Jacksonville INSPECTION STATION SUN SPORTS Realtor Appraisal Service
; two sons, James Thomas, Open Dally S A.M. 5:30 M. Ctt:; ; retirement vacation. -- .
JII. :':':':':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,: :::::::.:.:::. and Andrew James, of AUanta; Except Saturday 9 12 NooaHILL'S P. sick leave.If interested please BAIRDMobile MOORB BOAT-11'0. Keystone Ht. 473-4816

\ GLASS"- ; his parents Mr. and Mrs.Tho- apply in p raon PersonnelManager. Homes ED WAINWRIGHT

mas Sampson of Madison; and : GARAGE Sunland Train- rov.9""T, AGENCY ,
one daughter, Mrs. Mary Love Keystone Height lag Center. Oalnevllle Fla. NEW and USED tarke .... 1M-I'J'1
For All
Cummings of Jacksonville. An equal 8.10-12' WideGalMeYlJle
Telephone 473-4465 opportunity employ
::::; :::: MESSAGE to the Royal and er. Track load slacMt price Insurance NeedsSpecializing Gracious Living

L 11' :::1: Chandler families: Greetingsto FOR RENT: TV sets, baby IMig Good Quality fluster FlakingBoats fcy Ca- In Town Hou.eAPARTMENTS

:::: FOR EVERY PURPOSE :;, a Happy Reunion. May God beds elec. guitars amplifiers eel Craft 12' 14 I1M.M op.FAYK'S Mobile Home InsurancePh.
ever bless and keep you in refrigerators: day or) week. DA. SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic Reasonably Priced Starke 646818WA7TED

1 SHEA'SGLASS .} His loving care and in bless- HMER'S, 964-7923. tf-chs Letters & Numbers for Interior Gainesville 378-2785 Sell or RentFnrnlshcd

;:: ing you find you a blessing and exterior use. ''All aims, co Serviced Goaraalcei a>4
:;;i worthy of Him. SEWING MACHINE: -Cleaned lors. Bradford County Telegraph Delivered U Starke Art FABRICS Htwajr: 301. : Used wn r-W"-

$ CO. Wish I could be there with oiled and adjusted in your tfPHOTOCOPIERS NO EXTRA COST ll. ml. Sorts of Waldo. Open er. Will pay cash or take In 01' Unfamlfhed

::: 372-4315-372.4353 :: you and my Darling. The rest of home, 300. Vacuum cleaner repairs P rI.. Sat. nichU. till .. Sundays.: trade on anything. DAKUER'S. Buford Mitchell
$ 1313 N.W. 4th Plot :: the family Join me in loveto also. All work guaranteed : from $99.50to VS 441 N. 49M NW l hOalii 12-7. Weekdays. TFchg 964-7923. V... AmesM4C8U
Gaintivlll all. Love Dennis E. Cogglns Phone $625. Take the drudgery out ..vau t7 -CTU
::: :: Leta. (Signed) 431
!?:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:.::::::::::::::::::::::::;;;:::::::::::::::::::::::::* .Mrs. C. H. Royal. 1428. tfoni of paper work.-Bradford County SEWING BUY AELL.! TRADE: Used WILL BUY: Used Appliances. M447fft.
Telegraph. tf MACHINES Furniture" An>>liances. Toys Furniture TV'., Stereos, anything -
Largest eelectloni from 'bldI Tools. of value.
Wlmberly's Trading DAHUER'S
When You Tse An Andrews Charge FOR RENT- Mountain Cottage to chooae. Pfaff Necchl. N lco, Post 7434 Blandlnc! Blvd. I
Account her Brown for rent SAG( week. completely New Home. It Universal. Jacksonville. tfchg, TO BUY OR SELL acreage. la 'LAKE COTTAGE for rent fur.ntehed. -

furnished. Weeks available In REPAIR: ALL MAKES. this area large or small (we BY' 'week or month. Late

Your Prescription Tax Recordsare July. August and September. National FOR RENT-3 room furnished. also specialize In waterfronl Brooklyn. Call after 8 p.m..

Kept For You By Us -. R. E. Sdmondson. Star Route. Sewing apartment. Central heat. 204 property) please call Ogllvte, 473-3281. tfdw

Andrews Drugs Box 32, Black Mountain, N. C. Machine Co. W. Adklns. Ph. 964-5274. tf associate Frank League Brok'

28711. Phone ((704)) 069-6861. er. 958 MikeaJ. Ave.. Jackson SERVICE Small appliance
Volkswagen III W. Ualvenlty Are. 37S-1US ADDING MACHINE ROLLS.
For Fast Delivery Dial} 964.7170'IjJuPtIj tehjr 7.30 File Fldcr ville. 765-4198 or 388-9873. at Starke Hardware Co. 108 Z.:
>, < mple( line ef.
Rental IVrnMhed House face 12tchg 8-28 Call St. Fhone M4-S311. tfdw
New & Used & Very STEREO CONSOLE COMBO .Hlie.Tile Telegraph

Sales Service Near Schools 2 bed room frame TAKE UP payments on 2- Phase K4-aa1l5. SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic.. :

dwellIng very nice land fully Letters all sizes colors. Permanent -
monthold 'beautiful Stereo console
1 Ml. North of Tire Mall furnished. Prefer adults no pets like FOR RENT Air conditioned for use on wood glass. ,.
GAINESVILLEFOR Sllea e. A. J. Tflfomaa, Realtor. new. Original guaran 1 bedroom furnished apartment. plastic paper metal leather,,
tee. 4-apeed record
ohangercombtnatlon Private
Tel. 964-5701. parking. Renner Apts. ANYTHING! -Bradford Count7Telegra.ph.
: radio.. Balance due 633 McMahon: phone
.J 0 III FOR RENT Large .unfurnished S67 or $9 per month. Phone 9646279.Uchg U

SALE Concrete block: !house, 7 miles from COLLECT Jacksonville 3534M4.! EXPERIENCED WAITREBS-

3 house; 3 bedroom 1 bath central Starke in Hampton. Garage and night or day. &k for Credit ...OR SALE- Chicken fertilizer, wanted. Relief shift. Good pay
heat ti sir-conditioning. Corner gorden Ph. 964-7438. Up Manager. Will deliver no obllraUon. ume aiiu aolemite. Clean out Apply in person Longtoom

.. r: lot. Phone 964-5M7. tfcfcg 1606 Main St., Jackaon.vlUe. and *i ieading ervwe. We deuv Restaurant 301 SOuth. tfcng
'1* DIRECTOR experience atch. 7-31 r. W. n. Prevail (W4-681B.
cj TAKE YOU CHOICtlHoMty in administration, 4tp 7-Ji FOR RENT 3 bedroom attractively -
TUNING REPAIRINGMELODY work with low' Income persona. furnished house 513 X,
'- r .k this .", l-tropIca'' parades $9600. Send resume to CUBE I' FOR SALE Clover and Costal Washington. St. (Couple Only).

I just 20 miles from Florida In PIANO Economic: Agency. P. O. Draw I CAMPERSALES Bermuda baled bay. Ton or..Gladys Harrington, 337 N. Wal-
of er 970. Starke.! Florida. This is I by bale. J. U. White phone nut St. tfohc
i Mttint scenic
unsurpassed SERVICE OUt equal opportunity employer. 9044114. tfcng.
I i beauty enjoy Indoor and outdoor EZERASE TYPEWRITER 2nd Ave. A 2nd St. SE

I I .eel. swimming sandy beaches FOR SALE 1957 Bulok 2 BIRD PUPPIES FOR SALE: PAPER, Mime Paper Bead Near The Post OfficeGAINESVILLE

fbIIltI, .. boating driving door hardtop. Good condition. MM Waldo .... 9-weeks-ola. tine ihunung stock. Paper, Notebook FW..... -

rang ...pwtttng,raen .. 3 of the Call 984-6837. Itchg OalaecTllle 3764l AU emots ana wormed. Sired oy Bradford County' Telegrapk.
best golf MMTMS an the Atlantic Autbsdsed Dealer registered field trail stock, bltcn

Atlantic Directly(Mis* Ocean.. aN .typos of entertain Phone 378-5197 FOR Good SALE body :good 1959 tires.Ford 6 Needs cyl. "S4areraft" "Dreamer" from registered stock and fine WILL KEEP children in my
ounter. V. R. Ferguson
Ocean.. ... Gainesville: ) Fla. motor. $50. James E. Craiw-' "Wke Camper" Haaford ROM. home hourly, dally or weekly.
finest beaches Dehau aiainniJalkmt-air, conoT- ford. phone 533-2676 after 6 Travel Trailers > Track tIB Mrs. Bryan 314 N. Church FOR SALE OR LEASE: 3 -
...championship.... honed guest rooms suites Rebuilding Refinishing 3tp 8-7 Campers Told Donra* BETTY Pleue come homeI Street. 2tp 7-31 5,000 capacity chicken houses

marina.. .several cIInIIII rooms/ and low budget family kitchenettes.CttiMfeVj SALES *. SERVICE I got a dandy used. car from with Big Dutchman feeder and

facilities lounges. Exceptional for groups 20 convention' to 2500. .. i......'---. FOR RENT 2 bedroom fur- Eaton Jordan at Baldwin Che'v- LABORERS WANTED Per- Feeder tank. Houses equlpted for
Fret VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY- nished apartment. 202 Broadway manent position. All Company layers or others. Egg cooler and
at-your-ooor parklnf.' A sageOf HELP WANTED MALE
I|I rolet Used Car Dept. Bill .
Phone Minimum starting No reasonable
rates for honeymoon couples MASTER Add Machines with 964-7120. Up benefits. .ge. toffler
Young man, at least 21. to
er families with children.. Every subtraction. SPECIAL. this FOR rates $1.65 per Ihr. Apply .Southern refused. Phone 473-4704. Post
train In finance business. Must SALE 1966 Honda 63
: ;
thing so you can enjoy your vacation. month only, $69.95. ideal for LOOKING for a bargain? Come Wood Preserving Co., Office Lake Geneva FU.
TOTS AND TEE... out to the Old be high school graduate like I I $100 CMh. Call 964-5162. Itp!
home or light! office\ work.- GrIffin Trading Baldwin between 8 ajn. and 4 4tchj 8-7
SUMMER fUN SPECIALFor Bradford County Telegraph tf Post, eee our large collection people and have a car. Good PLUMBING REPAIRS All I p.m. 4tchg ..7

ages 6 to 18, everything from antiques, bottles. glass. We salary finest employee benefits. I" time septic tank.service 24 hour APARTMENT FOR RENT -
circus acts teen dances baU- Phone 964-5010 for interview. N- 840 and 2
SINGER AUTOMATIC We have plenty of I 20 acre farm
used furniture
service. Free estimates. Ed RoberU Air conditioned modern. Couple -
games,beachfront cookouts. CONSOLE MODEL Itchg bedroom, home close in. Priced
several swimming pools tennis, gas stoves electric stoves. phone 7 -.3500.of.lP 8-21 only. Gladys Harrington.
track &field, movies, skits, SEWING MACHINE: Zigzags refrigerators freezers book UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER below $10,000 with terms. 337 N. Walnut St. Uctog:
girls'charm classes.Supervised / blind stitches buttonholes de- oases bed posters beds and all PORTABLE lightweight good FOR SALE John Deere tractor No. 832 Attractive 3 ,bedroom

by 14 recreation leaders. coratofl, etc. Original price $300. kinds of Junk. Come out and 3 pt. hitch, live P.T.O. home and guest cottage locatedout FAYE'S FABRICS Big sale
shape. Has balance $30 $8
Special program for small fry Has! a $68 balance, or reliable browse around. We buy. sell, or Phone COLLECT or New Holland I row fora -h&1'- of town with one acre lot. one/ week only. Friday Aug. 1
with a nursery and activities geared party in this area can assume trade. 2 mites North of Sta.rke per vester; 2-14" and 3-14" bottom Priced ,at $12,000 and small through Saturday, Aug. 9. Must
to the special tastes of small Iota 2 to I.o Jacksonville 333-1916: ANYTIME.Will .
AT BRUNSWICK. CfOBGIA $8 month payments. Will take. on 301. ttohc obligation. plows 3 pt. disc harrow; 6' rolling down payment. make way for new shipment.
without '
TAKE CAUSEWAY 50 EAST older mochlne In trade. Phone chopper: 8'New Idea, fertlli.zer Strout Realty KettlecloOi reg. $1.79, now
4V'* MILES TO THE OCCAM. COLLECT Jacksonville 353-1946 COLLEGE STUDENT needs 1606 Main St., Jacksonville. spreader; 3 pt. rear mount Reg. Brooker $1.59; Dan River waffle pique

r .MAll COUPON TO--.............. ..... nlprht or day. .Ask for Credit dally ride to Galnesvill", Call 2tohg 7-31 ed cultivator: 30" buzz saw; 2117 N, Temple Avenue. Reg. $1.98. now $1.79; Sailcloth

WaatfererStuckt/s-Csnalr. Isssrt .H..aiMrtr..* DUT. f 1 tI:> : Mann Iter. Will deliver no obll- 9M-7347. ltchlf Sears VII 12 26" "Mall" chain saw; large 2 Starke Fla. Ph. 964-6609 Reg. $1.10 now $.98; Seertucker. -
,.0.> lie 117 Jekfl .hiss*, Ctarfia llfcSQ IITA 0# : Kiitlon. JGM Main St., JackAon- FOR SALE wheel trailer; metal hog thr- Reg. .*9, now .59. Open

WIJ\d...,Mttart D Ctrult Motel D Stvctor'i .&... ... D......._ : vlllo. 2tchg 71:'1 WANTED Mall t..1I'f'... hous.! Camper trailer. Approximate ougtis. Also 58 acre farm with FOR RENT 12 wide, 2 ,bed- weekdays 9 to 6. Fridays and
: C CI.VS *.I.. a Coup. a' "."I' D v....... dsh- : and care for 3 chlldr-n fv| weight 500 Iba. Easy pull. Improvements Logan 1-4 mile room trailer outside city limits.J. Saturdays 9 to 9. Highway 301.

,ntat_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ !FOR RENT partly' furnished dav: < a week" Call 9M-S1.12'!I:! "r Sleep tict Ted 4. Ogtosby.new tag. 1329$450.00.Besaent Con- south Waldo U.8. 301. Itp B. White. 984- IU. tfchg 1* miles N. of Waldo. 2t.chll'7:
a Ua 3 bedroom ihouoc. Phone 964- Add".. UU 51U11. !S70\ W. Call St. IteM Road. Itchg FOR SALE Lester' Betsy WOMAN BOOKKEEPER WANTED Pure bred male

ADDING MACHTNK ROM.*. Ross Spinet Piano. In excellent must ,
Hy 11'1"", know double-entry' book pup for pet Chihuahua or
L_ ______._____.a.___a a a..a iip a a a.a_....1 I.KCiAI. FORMS. Bradford TO!* Folder" *. compfeU H". ef- KINGSLEY LAKE home for condition. Plan Console sewing keeping and some ityplng. Send other .short-haired small breed

_FAMOUS mSOUti AT COlfHAVIN JIKTii 'IftANO GEORGIA. County Telegraph.' Ph. fits sapBile. *. -The Telegraph aale by owner. Call 5332159.Itohg machine. Good condition. Phone resume to "B", Drawer! A, 6 to 10 weeks old. Call 473-4223.

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