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: August 7, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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69 ContainerTax

Case Dismissed Deficit

Protest rPr5L County Must Bear TrimmedBy

Timber Suit FeesAn CaseyWith

Turned Down only one exception,

order dismissing the case School Board memberswere

of Bradford County against Tax able to keep their

.- Collector J. R. Kelly and the 2 More knives in their pockets at I'

The fifth annual protest has been entered by Con- ; Bradford County School Board the budget hearing Friday

tainer Corp. and turned down by the Bradford Boardof was issued Monday, Aug. 4. night as SuperintendentTom I'
Final Judgement in the case
Equalization on Container's $2.9 million tax: assessments i'i was issued by Circuit Court Run Casey had already

on 36,000 acres of timberlands in the county.With Judge John A, H. Murphree, done the necessary trimming

The 'suit," asking that the and was able to
no dIscu.s on the Equalization some common ground, to arriveat j i school board pay its proportionate In City sent balanced pre
Board (the County Commission
an acceptable assessment 4 k share of legal fees incurred -

) Monday summarilY procedure. It might bs worth a in fighting for higher Total budget of $3.1 I million
rejected Container's protest of timberland assessments, was _.
for 1969.70
try with the hope of avoiding was approved unan-
Tax Assessor Gene Long's 1969 further legal expenses both to flIed by the county on June 13. imously Friday following the 3'4
assessments averaging $78 per !' also asked that the '.
Bradford County and Container The suit hour hearing which was held
acre. The motion was made by (Corporation." tax collector be temporarily atyy in the courtroom to accomodatethe

Commissioner Zedra Hamilton. enjoined from distributing to J 26 person! who turned out
(Seconded by Mrs, Jesse Chas- On July 31, after Long gave the school board a portion($18- I for the hearing.
taln and passed unanimously. g him McCarthy's letter. Judge 300) of the timber tax money Ii i
II Budget trimming was necess-
In Its newest protest, submitted "Theron Yawn, who has been attorney due from Container Corp. for to make
ary up the $101.810( deficit
and 67 taxes.
to Assessor Long by Attorney for the county in the 1965, 66 I for 196869. Approximately
Only July 7 the temporary
Edward McCarthy Jr. by timber proceedings, answeredthe
$18,000 was carried over from1968.69's
withheld but
Container attorney. The reply injunction was
Container con-
letter July 30 Judge Murphree withheld jud- EIE (Education Improvement
tended the "total fair market was written before the dismissthe Expense) fund, leaving
gement on a motion to ,
Board met Monday! and Yawn
lands In
value of Container's complaint.On about $84.000 to be trim
Bradford County Is 1633. 'assured McCarthy he was not the orderedthe
Monday Judge I
would t be speaking for the board. med.Supt.
500. That an average complaint to be "dismissedat I Tom Casey said he and

of about $45.15 compared to (Continued on (Page :Four) the cost of plaintiff." Asst. Supt. Connie Clark were

Long's $78 average. Both figures ,able to make the following cuts:
In the final
are about the same as ,those judgement, Judge
$45.000 salaries for teachers
1965-67 tax suits Murphree stated: "No con-
argued In the GrocerIs tractural pred.1cateappears that they had planned to hire but
contention for
and presently in
would justify the Court in asses- now will not be hired; $7,000
1968 In Circuit Court. sing a portion of the costs for heat: $12.500 for utilities: \

The 1965-67 suits were heard Given and expenses of the tax suit; $5.000 for food: $10,500 for insurance

before Circuit Judge John A. H. nor does any statutory auth- and $3,061 for retire

Murphree, who upheld the $79 ority for so doing appear. Merrill EdvntdaCity ment.

per acre average assessmentsset a eR The court cited an attorney Clerk The seven teachers who will!

by Long. That verdict was Prison general's opinion made In 1949 not be hired are: two guidance
taken to the First District Courtof (Chapter 196.14, Florida Statu- Two more hats have officially\ teachers for Bradford Middle
Appeals and to the Florida Held For 3 Hours tes) and other authority for his been thrown into the ring for School; a business education

Supreme Court by Containerand decision. the Sept. 9 city elections bring- teacher for Bradford High

upheld in each case. TermMilton The sources state that the ing to nine the number of can- School; two countywide speech)

county; attorney shall represent didates who have qualified to' therapists (the conuty has been
I Last year Container filed protest the county in all legal run for the five positions; to be without a speech therapist

of its 1968 assessments. Daniel "Buck" Carterwas Couple GrabbedIn causes and that the expenses voted upon.Qualifying. since the therapist resigned

The Board rejected that protest sentenced to six months to incurred shall be 'paid from during the past last year): a. drivers education

and the case is presently before five years in prison Monday county funds. week were City Clerk! Meirlll teacher for BUS and a teacher
Judge Through its attorney, Theron and Councilman Jim-'
Murphree. after being convicted of possession Edwards at Southside Elementary
Yawn, the County Commission, McRae, who hold tho
of stolen goods at al: my
Speaking of the newest Container Originally $17,000 was budgeted -
In the suit stated that the
neither has
Group 2 seat. So far
protest .submitted just June trial. for heat, the amount spentIn
School Board receives about for
Home competition in their races
when some local officials were Carter was sentenced by Here"Shut 60 per cent of local properly re-election. 1968-69 when $11.000 was bud

beginning to think one might Judge John A. H. Murphree following taxes and the county 40 per Deadline for qualifying i i14 geted. With the $7.000 cut. the

not come this year Assessor a pre-sentence Investigation cent. Therefore, the county noon on Aug. 19. Deadline for total budgeted for heat droppedto

Long 'says: ordered by the Judge up. If you make .a one intruder said as he bound men. Main suspects are two board reasoned the School registering to vote in the city 10000.

"The people ought' to protestnow. after the trial. move I'll 1 let you have it," !Mr*. Inmates who escaped from a Board should pay its proportionate election is noon Aug. 23. and Utilities was trimmed from

I don't know what they're On Monday Murphrec ,turned W. A. Stern, 69 was' told a* her."Oh, that hurts, that hurts," prison work gang on SR-221, of the legal share fees, of incurred 60 per cent Infighting Clerk Edwards stressed; that $62.500 to 30000. Last year

(Container) trying to do-break down a motion for a new trial she unsuspectingly entered a !Mrs. Stern told the man. "But the Hampton cut-off from US- the four-year timber even though a citizen has regis- $57,000 was spent.

.me or the> county: made by Carter's Attorney 'bedroom In her home at 1339 'I could see that I could: move 301, Monday afternoon. suit battle. tered at the courthouse he Casey told The Telegraph

Slgsbse Scruggs, and later South Walnut Street here atom- one. hand just a little," she la The two convicts who were would still have to register at they were adopting new policies
.In his July 30 letter to Asses granted five days for the filing day afternoon. ter said, "But I didn't dare being held' at the Doctor's Inlet City Hall if he wishes to vote :regarding heat and utilities and

sor Long Container Attorney of an appeal. She .was grabbed, her mouthcove1"ed move it while he was there. road camp are still' at large. In the city election. they hoped to be able to cut
McCarthy stated: CouncilTo out that the cost considerably. He also
Edwards also pointed
and haface bruised Around 10 pm. Mrs. Stern Authorities still >are not completely
"In view of the decision! of Carter, owner of Buck's Grocery names of those who have not pointed out that last winter wasa
in the grip, and a knife was worked loose, untied her husband convinced the two men
the Supreme Court In the 1965. on north 301 was found voted in the last two years have long one.Insurance.
!held at her throat and chest. and drove her daughter'scar were/ not Just scnwtody passing
1966 and 1967 cases modifyingthe guilty not only of possessing to the police station. The through, according to Starke been dropped from the rolls and was cut $10,500,
opinion of the District Courtof stolen goods but of knowing that "Oh I was seared!" culprits had cut phone linesto FightProposal that persons who have been from $15,500. leaving $;).1100.
Appeal it may be that we the goods were stolen. Held by two men who hid: in the house.Wednesday. Lawmen are withholding fur- purged must!!' notify the clerk If Last year $17,000 was spent
with and find their while they wish to be able to vote In boiler
can meet you The State presented evidence home they were out : afternoon state ther information about the two (this included a large
Mr. and Mrs. Stern were bound and local authorities still had the September election. Names policy which Is good for three I
18 Carter
that Feb.
'i' showing on gagged, and held for three hot positively identified the two Continued on Page Flvel of those purged are posted in years.) The board has asked for
received 466/ cartons of cigarettes
July Brings hours Monday. the lobbyof City Hall on bids in insurance and plans to
valued at $1.650. whcb'had '
been stolen that night froma Mrs. Stern had time tot a Taking an active part in opposing save money this way in addition
14.35 InchesOf to which it will receive -
House rebates
Lake City wholesale grocer. single startled yelp. Her hus Florida: Senate Bill No.
on policies already paidfor
band Bill, 73 and confined to 928, the Starke City Council
but being terminated so
Rain HereJuly Carter is presently free undera a wheelchair, heard his wife voted Tuesday night to double
that all policies (except the
$5.000 bond. and thought she had fallen. its dins to $1.009() to the
was a moist month witha ; boiler policy) can be put up for
Florida Utilities As-
total of 14.35 inches of rain Rushing down the hall to the City OkaysPlant Municipal

3 1/2 Inches above the 50 year Six other persons appeared! bedroom he was grabbed! by the sociation. N ', bids.Board members believed that

average of 10.87 for that month. before the Circuit Court Judge second man as he passed the S. B. 928 is termed by city officials they would have to trim about

Bradford County received an Monday to receive sentences. as a "stay put" bill $85.000 to balance the budget

average of 3.76 Inches of rain bath.Mrs. which would prohibit the city > because the detailed breakdown
Stern tied, to a bed
Clyde was
Hogan McRae and William *
during the week ending at 8 and SiteApproval enlarging its electrical distribution of the budget which Supt Tom
Robert McRae were placedon with sheets .torn 'apart
a.m. Monday. Louis Hill fire when areas mailed to
system new Casey them on July
probation for three years for wrapped around her from neck
tower at Highland (
was as
are annexed. The bill which 19 was not balanced.
aggravated assualt. According to toes. Mr. Stern was tied with
usual) the wettest spot in the
passed the state .senate 24-19 Using this budget to work
county, receiving 6.30 inches to the warrant they were fighting clothes and cord from \anetlan to locate a livestock first presented to the Council
but died In the House when theLegtslatrre
during the seven-day period. with each other blinds to his wheel chair. A slaughter house on city property July 15 by Bill Haas memberof (Continued on Page Four)
adjorned.! sup
New river tower reported 2.10 noose was fastened arcur.d his adjacent to the Industrial the Bradford-Union Cattle-
fnches. and Santa Fe, 2.90. Luther Franklin Thomas. neck and tied to the back of Park on Edwards Road was men's Association That group ported by private power companies -

.'J9 woods fires were reported 19, and Carlton Varnes. 32, were the chair. given a New Jersey man Tues- endorsed the plant then. It was and opposed by most Grid Practice

during the week by the Florida sentenced in connection with day night by the City Council. referred to the committee for cities, especially those' which.

Forest Service the same case-the theft of the After dressing in Mr. Stern'sclothes The 3-1 vote for approved study.To have power distribution sys
the thieves: waited until tems. I I
transmission from the automobile dark had something to eat. came alter a long discussionon : give ,access to tr}s acreage Set Aug. 15
owned by the former CUBB whether or not the plant ,the city council also agreed to According to the June 1969 Issue
then drove off in trjj, Stern's
REGISTER Director Ron Sage. 1963 Chevrolet Impala. would bother nearby resident trade with Jackson Building of the FMUA's Florida Pub- Fall football practice for *H
with an odor. Councilman Neil Supply which Is locating a new lic Power News: Jimmy McRae
A few minutes after they left, varsity grldders will begin at
NOW! Thomas was placed on two Tucker cast the dissenting vote. plant on US-301 immediately Group 2
around 9:45: pm. 'Monday .Mrs. "S. B. 928 will give the Florida 9 a.m. Friday, August 15, according -
years probation for breaking east of the city property, .95
Application for approval was Thompson Street. Coach David Hurse.
Stern stilted working her bonds Public Service Commissionthe : to
and entering with Intent to of land for fo().feet right- thenumbl'r
a that
For City David 'Magarelli of acres Edwards also noted "
loose. made by authority to regulate territories "We expect' a good ball club.
ElectionDEADLINE commit a misdemeanor. "I don't' want to hurt you," the Jersey Veal Co. in Hoboken of-way for a road off US-301. served by all electric utilities of persons regMtered he says.

24 N. J. who showed plans of a 23 Councilman P. T. NoUn and will l permit electric has dropped from 2 700 about Thirty-four players in grades

months Varnes in was the sentenced county Jail to but Kiddie CarnivalSet x 70 building he said will cost Which member' visited of the the site committee, said he utilities that are serving in an eight years ago to about! 2.000 10-12() are expected to be present

: sentencewere between $50,030:> and 75000. Be- area annexed to a city to remain at present. that Friday morning All preliminaries
23 months of that would not be opposed to the
SaturdayA tween 9 and 15 persons would The other seven persons! who
the primary electric supplier such as a short
and Varnes will the
For Registering suspended plant if it is located in
be employed. In the city limits! withouta have qualified all havcompe- examination
be on probation during that farthest corner of the city hair cut' doctor's
,time. He was adjudged guilty Kiddle: Carnival will"be held Magarelli stressed repeatedlythat franchise or paying taxes. tition. Two persons are runningfor etc are supposed to be taken

Is Saturday of possession of stolen property. from 1 to :5 p.m. Saturday Aug.. the slaughtering operationwill (OooUnued on Page Four) "Regardlesi! of the claims of mayor incumbent Carl care. of before that moraine,

Aug. 23 '16, at th3 Pratt Street Recreation come under rigid Federal the proponent of this bill the Hurst and Nolan Woodburn. according to Coach Hurse.

Clyde Leroy Saunders and Center. and state Inspections. He said New CorporationSecretary result if it becomes a law is Two person are' also in the Forms for a doctor's exam can

At 12 Noon Thomas McDonald Penley were, The Carnival will feature a the building will have to be kept that the area now served by a race for Chl f of Police. Bill At be picked up at the field. house

charged with two counts of for country store, 'a fish pond, sacJC: "like a hospital" Wastes would of State Tom Adams municipal electric utility or Ros'er and Kenneth Fuqua There will be two sessions

, gery and uttering a forgery.One races, a cake walk and other be hauled away daily he said.! has announced the chartering of even a utility operating under a. Tuesday night's council meeting each day for the raretty *t
This Space Contributed games. the following new corporationin franchise Is fixed as of now Ros'er nuked what guarantee ;
the cases was dismissed at Approval was given by the that! 9 am. and 6:30: p.m.
citizen would have
Weekly to Publiclxe "Children can be left et the Bradford County:Equity Services with no chance of growing or the
: Several varsity player*,
the request of the State. Saunders Council on the condition that Junior
Inc. 369N.Teir; "Ave.. the' chief of police would work
Community Events by was found guilty of one carnival to play while' their Ma jar sill located the plant in Starke authorized stoc:... 100' ex ndinL"Councilman full-time. The council replied to be personally invited Jar'
; Jimmy McRae
count of forgery and uttering mothers shop in Starke, according the farthest southwest corner shares common at $10 per' that he would have the: answerto Coach Hurs. will be asked to
FMUA meetingin
The CommunityState forgery and was sentenced to to Thetma Dixon, headof of about 35 acres of land the share, dealing in real and per- who made a the proposalto that after tho qualifying work out with the ranltor.. Regular
five months In the county jail Bradford County's !Neighbor, city owns south of Alligator sonal property.; Incorporators: deadline. JV practice will bertn 'AU(.
Bank hire
dues to
double FMUA
(which Is the time ttts defendant hood Service Center. which la Creek and directly across the J. D. Odom, Jr., George H. There are three contender
for the Legislature -
Accounts' Now Insured has been' In Jail since his arrest sponsoring the carnival. creek from the present Indus Pierce, Vernie Phillips Odom, two lobbyists for the Grows 4 council seat: 25.Letters and Jacket from Uw'

Up to $15,000 by ). Penley was not sentenced- Proceeds from the carnivalwill : trial Park.Proposal. all of Starke. Filed July 25. next Bob year.Saunders of Galnes- incumhent Gsrnld Williams 1068. grid season have arrived.
as motions for a new trial are go toward.. day care cen- for approval to locate 1969 by George U. Pierce, vllle Sen.voted against the bill. Jimmy Bow"n, and Mrs Maur- Coach Horse says, and may be

pending. ter In the county. the plant in the city was Starke. ice J, White. picked up at the field house.

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'U **" Luncheon Given Rehearsal Dinner multwv. I |f CORRECTION! I|

To. At Hatcher Home For Ivey-Hardy
Interest .
Last week The Telegraph incorrectly -
For BridesmaidsMrs. Wedding PartyMr. reported that Police
Chief Candidate Bill Rosser
H. M. Hatcher Jr. was stated the '67-68 city police
WOMEN and Mrs. George Eugene v
bridesmaid lunch $51-
hostess at a budget was overspent by
Ivey Sr. of Tucker, Ga. were
eon for Miss Janet Hardy on: 000. This was a typograpicalerror.
Saturday at her home East Call hosts at a dinner party Fri- Rosser said the budgetwas
in the Pecan Room
day night
Gladys Mooty:.Phone 964-7608 ** street of the Garden overspent by $15,000.
Colorful arrangements of zinnias ands
oring their son Gene,
Sally Ann Moore were used In the party fiancee, Miss Janet Hardy, following : ", THE BRADFORD
Home for the occasion.
Stump rooms
To Wed R. Norman Miss Hardy, her mother, Mrs.J. rehearsal.the couple's wedding t i''li COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Scene of Tea :
E. Hardy, and Mrs. George Published: every Thursdayat

For Miss PatersonMiss kl IMrs. Rosenbush Moore of Eugene Ivey', mother of the During the dinner the honor- 'oft 138 W. Call Street
Kingsley Lake announces the bridegroom-elect, were prsen'tedcorsages ed couple presented their attendants Starke, Florida 32091Second
engagement of her daughter on their arrival.' with personal gifts. "
Linda! Hope Patterson, bridal party seatedat / !
Bally Ann, to Reginald Carl The was class postage paidat
bride-elect of Sept. 6, com
was Norman, ton of Mr. and Mrs. a long table in the enclosed The dining tables were placedto Starke Florida.
plimented! with a tea Wednesday Truman I. Norman., of Lawtey. patio which was overlaid with! form a square, and bridal At Annual 4-H Meet
July 30, at the Stump homeon The wedding is planned for a linen and lace tablecloth. place cards marked the seat- Subscription Rates;
Bessent Road. Hostesses In trade area: $5.CO per
Centering the table was the ing for the 35
December 20 in Starke. arrangement
Walter Prevatt Carol McKinney 4-H and to work with
with Miss Stump were Mrs. Iced in year; $2.75.six months.
traditional bride's cake,
Miss Moore Is a 1969 graduatAof guests. In the middle of the
Janelle Thompson, and other young people to Inspire
Charles Schmitt, Mrs. James R. from which extended Outside trade area: $3.50
Bradford High School and is pale pink, square was a table which was Stanley Crawford represented them to participate and excel
Kite, Mrs. William T. Jackson, $3.00 six months
attached per year;
now attnding Massey Business pink streamers centered with a fan shaped Bradford County 4-H at the in their 4-H and other worthwhile -
Mrs. Malcolm R. Sanders,
College In Jacksonville.Mr. sterling tilver charm symbols arrangement of pink and white Fifth Annual Florida 4-H Con- activities.
Mrs. Guy Andrews. Mrs. DavidH. Norman Is Also a 1969 that each attendant, at a. given roses, carnations, mums and gress held at the University of
Montgomery, Mrs. Theron A IItII
time pulled to receive her for
graduate of BHS and Is enrolledat Florida last week.
Yawn, Mrs. William! J. Epperson
Lake City Junior College and tune for the symbol. The guest list included the Thr trip, sponsored by the MOVING
C. Holtzen-
aud Mrs. Ben TEXTILE
other tables were over
Forest Ranger School. Immediate families, the bridal Bradford County Commissioners -
dorf Jr.Arrangements. ....... To New Location
laid with linen cloths and centered -
.. ./ The father of the bride-elect party, and out-of-town guests. was awarded to these out-
of yellow sweetheart la James T. Moore, of Starke. with small arrangementsof standing 4-H Club members for 138
roses, white daisies: and Kroctor-rtarrell zinnias.! Pink: flower place their achievements in their Club E. CALL
yellow Fuji used in, Engagement Told cards with pink ribbons marked and County 4.H activities over OUTLET
mums were Duplicate Bridge
the party rooms. the seating arrangement for ..., the past year. Old Mitchell Drug
Mr. and Mrs. E, E. Proctorof Club ResultsThe the 28 guests who Included the Walter and Stanley were 224 N. TEMPLE Store Building
Mrs. Kite greeted guests at McEwen, Tenn.,announce the honoree's two sisters. Misses County delegates to the State
the door, and Mrs. Andrews introduced engagement of their daughter, Starke Duplicate Bridge Jayne 'and June Hardy. Tommy Reddish of Wilmington 4-H Clyb Council. Janelle and
them to the receivingline Evelyn Darlene, to Glenn E. Club had six tables In play at Among the out-of-town gue'stswere Dela.is visiting Mrs.Randil Carol served as delegates White, Flat. And Fitted ,
composed of Miss Stump Harrell son of Mr. and Mrs. the Pratt Street Recreation Mrs George Eugene Ivey, i Chitty and family for three at large. Walter as district

the honoree and her mother L.C. Kartell of Starke. 1968 Center Tuesday: night. of Tucker, Ga., Misses! Patti weeks. winner in the Veterinary Percale Bed Sheets - $1.50
Mrs. R. G. Paterson. Miss Paterson The bride-elect is a East-West winners were Mrs.J. McDaniel and Carlene Mooreof Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson Science Demonstration! Contest,
and Mrs. Paterson were graduate of McEwen High School D. Odom Jr. and Mrs. George Atlanta, Ga., Miss Joan HU- returned Sunday after a ten day participated in the State Con- '
presented with corsages upon and Processing is employed Department in the of Data Na- Miller with a score of dabrand of Warner Robbins, trip to Wichita Falls, Texas test and placed third. Solids Prints And Floral Made To Sell for $5.89

their arrival. tional Parts Warehouse, Inc., 561%. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wain. Ga., and (Mrs. Edgar C. Wise where they visited S/Sgt. and Other activities included the "
covered Atlanta, Ga. Wright were second with 53. III and Mrs. S. LaRue Williams Mrs. John Miller and family. State 4-H Contests and a recognition No-Iron Sheets - $2.25Ex.
The tea table was
is North-South winners were Mr. of Gainesville the bridesmaids.Also banquet, Share the -
cutwork cloth and The bridegroom elect a Mr. and Mrs. James Hood
with a linen attending Fun talent show
and Mrs. Clyde Terwlllegar! were Misses a symposiumon
of Bradford High
graduate of Ocala were
centered with an epergnette mums, School, a veteran of the U. S. with 58>/2. Dr. Harry Gruen and Katie Scarbrough Montrose, and David visitors Andreu of Mrs. W. the concerns of youth in to- Large White, Pink, Yellow, Blue .Velvet Finish
holding yellow Fuji Gainesville Ga. Linda Seymour, Brunswick Sunday days' society, and a tour of the
white daisies and yellow sweetheart Air Force, and a graduate of Larry Fender of ; E. Dowling and daughter, Mrs. BATH TOWELS 97
Florida State University. He were second with 5112.Ovel'all ? Ga.; Lame Slegel Jack Andreu. Mrs. Andreu is spend University of Florida campus. cCone's
: roses, and yellow tapers. Mr. and sonville; Kathy Stanfield and The delegates are expectedto
is now employed as a Security winners were vacation with
and Miss ing two weeks Mills 10070 Cotten Emb. Made To Sell
!Miss Becky Jackson :Suzl Stanfleld, Athens, Ga.: relate their experiences to -
Investigator with J. C. Penny Mrs. Terwillegar.! familv.
Janine Gay presided at the Company, Atlanta. The weekly tournaments are Merry Tyler and Cissy Brad her mother and 4-H Clubs and other groups in for $13.98 To $22.95

punch bowl. Mrs. John Griffinof The wedding will take place open to the public and all ford, St. Simons Island. Ga.: Mrs. Edith Utermoehlem and the County during the next year. BED SPREADS $'3.98 TO $5.98
assisted the -
Ochlochnee, Ga. daughter, Charlene, and Mrs. They are expected to assume
Bullard, Ga.
Sept. 27 at the Ash Street Baptist bridge players are Invited to Cheryl Cochran :
:hostesses in serving. Church, Forest Park, Ga. attend. Sessions start at 7:30: and Gwen Lord Dudley] Ga., Mary Bertincino and sister of' leadership roles in the County' King Size Flat White Fitted .White, Color Prints
all sorority sisters of Miss Har- Arma, Kan. were last Wed-
Mrs. -- ---
Out-of-town guests were nesday visitors of Mr.and Mrs. SHEETS $3.00. $4.00
Harold Bowers, aunt of ths 'honoree R 'mJarr 3X.After a three-course luncheon Leo Champion. SERVICE' SCHEDULECATHOLIC
and her daughter, Sally
:? !Miss Hardy presented each of
Hope Bowers of Fort Lauderdale Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snell and ChurchesST. WHITE THROW RUGS
her attendants with of
Miss Susan Rood of Orange a pair children of Waycross, Ga.were
short white In EDWARD'S, Starke:
gloves to wear HAND TOWELS
Park, and Miss Bobble Sgt. and Mrs. James T, Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Law- :the wedding. weekend guests of Mrs. Randal Sunday: Mass 8 a.m. and 39c UP
Jean Marrow and Miss CathyHarper Chitty and family at Kingsley
Albanv. Ga.. announce the birthof rence Lyons announce the birthof The hostess: presented the Lake. 9'15: a.m. 15c each
of Jacksonville. a daughter, Lana Marcia, on Robert Lawrence, on Assorted Colors
the a son !honoree with a piece of her ThursdayIass: 6:30: p.m.
hostesses presented
The of her July 26. Grandparents are July 28 at Bradford County chosen china pattern as a memento Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and AHOculous Medal Novena: Wash Clothes $1 Doz. And Sizes
!honoree with a }piece: nnd
Mr. and Mrs. C. E.Sandm-i Hospital. Mrs. Lyons is the of the occasion. daughter and Mrs. M. A. Gar- -
.silver pattern as a memento of Mr. and Mrs R, L. Lee Jr. former Shirlene Gail Sandel, Assisting in serving were Mrs. cia and children of Camarillo, Saturday, 7 p.m.

the occasion. of Starke. of Ralford. C. A. Darby, Mrs. S. O. Denmark Calif were Monday luncheon ST. WILLIAM'S Keystone Bath Towels 35c ,ea. Others 2 for $1

Mrs. L. F. Dinkins, Mrs. guests of Mrs. Bryan Whit- Heights
Charles Hardy, and Mrs. Clyde field at Campville. Mrs. Gar- Sunday Mass"' 9 a.m. Bath Mat Sets l\1EN'S

SLADE'S .' WESTINGHOUSE Sinclair. cia and children are visiting Wetnesday Mass'" & Novena Work Clothes
Mr. and Mrs. David Sandbackin 7 p.m.. '
Valdosta, Ga. Wednesday to $1.49 Up //j
Lawson Family Sunday. Mrs. Sandback will be ST. MARY'S Macclenny: $1.49&$1.99

Holds ReunionThe remembered as the former Sue Sunday Mass, 11:30: a.m. Assorted Colors PER SUIT

Biggs of Starke.

FREEZER SALE H. A. Lawson home on .. . . . . . .I
N. Temple Avenue was the setting .tj' ..: .. '-: :-: : :.: :-.DO! '.., ,-. '.-_' ... ... JIf; .-. ,-'. .-."fI". .-, ._", ._. '..." ._, .e. ._. ,_. .-.' '...- .., )lit. EDI! !..- '. ,.,

I for the Lawson family!
union on Sunday, Aug. 3. Q J
The 78 attending enjoyed
covered dish dinner and re.1 i.5' For The Girl Who Appreciates

... lowship throughout the day.

were Among Mr.the and out-of-town Mrs. LeonzaCan- ., ( : % /I .J! Style and Fashion .

nington and Mr. and Mrs Mar- /4:3 5 ej
Ian Cannington of Donaldson- :;;ze I/ :? Eagle Vane's Has Received
ville, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. W.M.
Lawson, Mrs. Quince Cannon,
Mrs. Frank Castleberrv and And Continues To Receive H
Mr. and Mrs. Sheron Turlington N
x r7r7I and of Auburndale
nf family ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Etcheson of V NEW FALL FASHIONS
Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. W.M.
Morar and family of Panama .
City, Mr, and Mrs. Chalres
Lawson and family of Talla-

hassee, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. j in Bobbie Brooks I
I\\ Woodham and son, Arlan, j
and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kiei i *
sler of Jacksonville ; Sportswear *

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Hosts At Buffet Coordinatesfor

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy the Junior MissDresses
were hosts at a buffet lunch-
.qi.l eon Saturday for out-of-town
II IIIUfl9 men guests attending the Hardy- W
Ivey wedding that night.
The buffet table was covered B
with pink linen cloth and cen-
tered with an artifical\arj-ange- o ,t
ment of fruit. The 15 men attending -
were seated at four
'I tables in the family room.
Gene Ivey .Jr. and Paul Prater
assisted in serving and entertaining tCCtn.
the guests.


5 Year Compression Warrenty all about

1 Year Westinghouse Sure-Service $199WESTINGHOUSE "F1 oiJ fb, .




Did you knew that: a flower t' "
--- garden planted about 500 years

before Christ is still famous tog -
-IF" ""'''",'''(o.' day? Well, it is
..a.A 1 ftLLIL: .I | and it Is

1 known as the Many Nationally Advertised Brands

1IJJITiIIIIL Hanging Oar-
1 dens of Babylon
1'j .
.J 1 The garden Give Wide Selection ,
e. IIII I I I III Ii Buy Now and Save J was planted for -j .

L g I" II II JljJII11111.! ljll ONLY r 1 i beautiful cess who prln.had Right Price K

111"IIIIIllljljlli"jljljl ll : f "Jjttst married a And Guaranteed Quality Atw.
Babylonian king, The gardenwas M
-- planted so that the princess
@ would not become home-
349 sick for her native hills!
24,000 trees.
BTU Potted plants and dish gardens 'L

can brighten .and beautify
horne We have a wonderful -
selection that can add a ( AqJe ;

SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES room touch of. peasant. .' or brim charm friendly,to 'any ; ane o

cheer to a hut-ln.! friend. Callus

332 W. Madison St. Phone 9647701 we are a* close as your
telephone. I

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%. Nry' f Y'pl'y 4' ''r" 'Hr .,pWd,r ',> Watermelon Cutting a! t A..t-.tij IlC I Ir I" SALE t U I It I

Thursday, July 31, was a happy time for some 178 Head a series of activities planned for the summer. About 20 nice,.
Start children from all parts of Bradford County when the ripe melons were provided by local businessmen and growers t t tt

Junior Woman's Cub; hosted a wnte.-melo.i cutting at Starke for this happy occasion.! At top left, Mrs. Dili Chambers'' president I. ,

Elementary School. Pictures speak louder than words as to of the Junior Club. and Mrs Harry G.-uen, chairman of -

how much the youngsters enjoyed the party, which was one of arrangements: are shown doing the honors. .: r

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Mr. and Mrs. Herb Herres
have moved from N. Church
C-p ;; Street to the Brownlee house on FURY I DOOR SEDAN
N. Cherry Street. t FURY I 2-DOOR SEDAN

Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williamsof :318 cu.: in. V-S Power Steering Automatic, t
Miami are moving back: toj Transmission! Air Conditioned Tinted 22.) cu.: in. ti i cylinder engine/ 3 speed man.
Mrs. W. W. Hood has their home at 615 N. Church uel Transmission! undercoating
returned Mrs. Elizabeth Aoegei, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kauf- ? Glass Underrating Deluxe Wheel Covers
from two weeks visit Martha Dorko, Mrs. Freda man and son of Jacksonvillewere Street. White Side Wall Tires. ,
Tallahassee Mrs. W. A. O'Bryan in Judd, Mrs. Margaret F. Brown, Sunday visitors of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Maxie CarterJr. t
and was also a Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagwell, and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. and family took a boat
guest of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Suwannee Rive* ,
Jimmy Thornton, and Richard trip down the
Mickler at Aligator Point. Cain attended the London Sym- Mr. and Mrs. Don Patray and from, Branford to the GulJ
phony concert at the Jackson- sons spent Sunday to Thursday three days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. CaseyJr. ville Civic Auditorium Tuesday of last week at Daytona Beach.
and family returned last evening of last wee's.' Tom Edwards took part In the Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Johnstonand t t
Friday after a two weeks trip Angus Futurity Showmanship ] son, Jere, of Miami and .. '
through the New England states Rex Brown of Jacksonvilleand contest In Lexington, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Starkey oC|
Mr. and Mrs. Ky. Sunday to Wednesday.Mrs. Charleston, S. C.
and Canada. They were joinedon Billy Noegel are rentingthe
the trip by Mr. and Mrs. Brown and Mr.of and Starke Mr.. Gfnref W W. H. Hart, Mrs. L.A. Graham cottage on Kings- '

I Wilmington Drew Reddish, Dela.and family of Islamorda.Wednesday to Sunday spent fishing last at Canova.sell Norman Mr. ,and and Mrs.Miss A. Della Rus- ley Mr.Lake and this Mrs.week.Howe McCor- t :-i ::: .". 78ilHnM-.J.-fpgrr-: ""-- -- t ti

Rosenberg are attending the mick of Jacksonville and Mrs.
I, Southeastern Regional meetingof J. L. Osborne of Keystone
Delta Kappa Gamma In Miami visitorsof
Heights were Sunday
this week. ( Mrs. R, A. Newsom. t t
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Ak- BARRACUDA FASTBACK
I Bonus
Days ridge have moved from N. Water Walter King who suffered a VALIANT 100 2-DOOR SEDAN
Street to the Dyal cottage on ,heart attack two weeks ago Automatic Transmission' :{19 cu. in. V-S .
\ Hampton Lake. while on vacation, was trans- Tinted Windshield Deluxe Wheel Covers
I in. 6
Automatic Transmission 170 cu.
Mrs. A. G. Loudonanddaugh- ferred Wednesday from the Light Package Accent Stripes White t
1 terMrs. Jack Carter, attendedthe Memorial Hospital In Sarasotato cylinder engine Radio AM 650x13 Tires. Side Wall Tires.
FREE Bedspread With\ Every funeral of Mrs. Loudon's his home in Green Acres. ,

mother, Mrs. N. W. Thames in
Marion, Ala. on Sunday. Mrs. U H. Jennings is visit-
3-Piece Bedroom Suit ing her son-in-law and daugh-
Mrs. Carl Bower and daughI I ter, Mr. and Mrs.Gene Kuschel t t tt
ter, Beth, of Greenville, Miss. i in Washington, D. C. this week.

are guests this week of Mr. Melanie and Lex Green HI
FREE Smoke Stand With and Mrs. R. V. Turner. They of Gainesville were visiting
brought home Kay Turner, who thier grandparents, Mr. and
had been their guest the past Mrs. Lex Green, from Saturdayto
All Living Room Suits three weeks. Tuesday.

Mrs. :Frank Weaverof Willis- Mrs. E. P. Boland and children
ton and Mr and Mrs. J. W. of Athens, Ga. will arrive -
Weaver and children of Green- this weekend to spend sev-
FREE Casserole Set Or 26 ville, S. C. wereSunday visitors eaal weeks with her mother,
I of Mr. and Mrs. W. Jackson. Mrs. 11. L. Speer while Mr.
Boland is attending Reserve

1j I Piece Punch Bowl Set With Ocala Miss was Ava visiting Lee Edwards Mrs.George of Officer's Army camp. FURY 2-DOOR HARDTOP SUBURBAN WAGON

Anderson several days last Mrs. J. 11. Fields had as

i week. Jacksonville visitors Mrs.several T. D. days Stroud last of t Vinyl. Interior Air Conditioned Power 2 Seat Vln>l Interior .318 cu. in. V-8 t
Every Major ApplianceMade and Mrs. J. B. Godwin .
Mr. of Avon week and Mr. and Mrs.Charles Steering And Brakes Automatic Transmission Power Steering And Brakes! Air Conditioned
and daughter Cheryl Fields and family of Jackson- 31R in. V-8 Vinyl Roof -
cu. .
Park and son, Cadet J. B. God- Tinted (;lass! White Side Wall
In Our Own Factory By Expert Craftsmen win of West Point, spent the ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Deluxe Wheel Covers lied & White Tires AM Radio Light Croup.;
$10 I Trade-In Allawane For Your Old Innerspring Mati,... and Box weekend with Mrs. Eve Bald- ert Tanner of Baldwin on t White Interior. t
Spring RegordUtt of Condition, en the Purchate of Any New Unit All win. Cheryl and Cadet Godwin day.
Bodcock Bedding it Guaranteed To Give Satisfaction.
remained with Mrs.Baldwin for Mr and Mrs. Don Harden-
a ten-day visit brook and sons spent the weekend -
I BUY ON BADCOCK'S EASY TERMS Mrs. Ann L. Weaver of Jack- in Miami with Mr.and Mrs.
and Mr. and Mrs.
David Coley
sonville is visiting her daughter -
Mrs. Eoline Smith, for Don Royce. They were accompanied -
back by Mr. lIarden.brook's -
A SIZE several weeks. They visited
v'r F" FOR Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Weaver mother Mrs.
EVERY Jr. and Mr. and :Mrs John Hardenbrook of
L NEED Weaver In Umatilla on Tues- who the Hardenbrooks.spent Sunday night with I Sj'FURY
day of last week.

Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr.

tw_ QUILTED QUEEN ( Local admittances this to Brad-week were vacationing in the Smoky III 4-DOOR SEDAN
ford County FURY III
Mountains and Tennessee last HARDTOP
d,, INNERSPRING MATTRESS "p.r, a Include: Mrs. Eva L. Alvarez,
OR MATCHING BOX SPRING Crawford, JimmyE. week and also visited Lynwood t t
Mrs. Sally Power Steering! & Brakes! :318 cu. In. V-8 Factory Air Conditioned' Power

JS port J corh 4 'aroviao high.dontiry I.mt.r.bh.p.foom toa -/ 3 Mrs.. Kersey Carrie, Mrs.Edwards Alma Leurck, Mrs., Walters in Enfield, N. C. Air Conditioned Stereo Tape Player and And Drakes! 383, : cu. in. V-8 Stereo Steering Tape

sans quiltod to floral. fovor floododo Ella M. Nuernberger, Joseph i Miss Hollv Anne Poole of Many More Extras Demonstrator Huge Rear Seat Speaker Speed Control & :Many
border )!] coil bo* taring (,rI McGee, Mrs. Doris C. Hardy, Jacksonville was visiting Mr. Discount. More Demonstrator' Discounted' To Sell. ,
Mrs. Irene Brooks, Schlley and Mrs. C. S. Haddock from t
Rhoden and John F. Sanford, wrsday: to Jsaturday. ,

Starke; Joseph O'Hern, Gil- Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Graham
SLUMBER QUEEN Tf ford F. Arnold and :Mrs. Billie returned Monday from ten days
INNERSPRING MATTRESS Thp f" Jean Lindsey, Lake But- visit with Mr. and Mrs. John
OR MATCHING BOX SPRING ,s ler; and Mrs Augle E. Bid- Spengler In New London, Conn. t t
405 coilt for harm wppett die, Keystone Heights.
hrokOuilfoa e i cop
Mrs. Frank Reeves and sons
flofol coax Tapodbo'dor edge Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith STARKE
SO foil b.. taringQUILTED and daughter, Terri, Mrs. 11 of Auburn. Ala. were Wednesday -
rhI T. Smith and Mrs. Ruby Wolfe I to Saturday guests of Mr.
.-. vsltied Mr. and Mrs. Dewey and Mrs. Harold Godwin while
i Anderson In Lyons, Ga.over the awr. Reeves was In Gainesvilleon

\ INNERSPRING MATTRESS MAID ,, 0eilfd- weekend.Mr.. and. Mrs. HenryStefanel- business.Mr.. and Mrs.. E. D. Tenly are : CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH
\ OR MATCHING BOX SPRING M 11 had as Sunday visitors' Mr. vacationing at Fontana Village -
., and Mrs. Robert Stefanelli of j
40S .rl. i hybd.nury (Warn, and Highland. N. C. for two
I.p p.n I. aud.d, .. Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Ray- weeks. I
.nhp.d .tip. b.r T j
tor tOd ton i,rlnp mond Stefanelli of Ocala, and
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stefanelliof I Mr. and Mrs. William C.
fkh Jacksonville and families. Smith and family of Bogata,
Mike York of Miami was Columbia South America. are AUTHORIZED DEALERS CHRYSLER
visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr. and -q
visiting their parents. Mr. MOTORS CORPORATION t
and Mrs. F. W.Strickland, over Mu. L. F. Smith In Starke and I
Ettabtuhed 19O4 Mrs. Melt Atcjley: In Gaines. ,
Darby Peek of Lake City was
vllle. On Sept. 1 Mr. Smith will
visiting his mother, Mrs. S. L. Phone 964-6600
BadcocitbFURNITURE accept position with the City U '
Peek Sr., on Sunday. a S. 301 North
Service Tax Division
and APPLIANCES Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Hollidayare Company t
In Philadelphia Pa. after eight
In Pompano Beach this Our Service Is Open 7:30 P.M. Tues. & Thurs. Closed Saturday
years In Bogata as administrator Department Until : -
week visiting Mr. and M' .
128. S., W WALNUT:S7V BILL WILSON, OWNER : for the Columbia City Ser
Mrs. Art Holllday.and daughger, vice Petroleum Corporation. .c s -. s.1_- : -c::


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500 (about 10 per! cent). said if the plant proved to be a futile." acre on Container's pinelands McRae AsksReelection
House it could be 69 Container In Its 1969 protest to the and $5.45 Container's
Budget In a discussion of a salariesin Slaughter nuisance In any way an acre on
general, one board member closed down uder existing city Board and to Assessor Long swamp and nonproductivelands.
eald h-e believe some peopleare ordinances. Container Corp. states: The .total fair market
Gets Approval underpaid and some over- Site Approved Ma gare1l1, answering. question Protest Denied ((1)) Container Corporation of value of Container's lands In Council
paid and that he would like to by Mcf tae, .said he Intends America owns or leases (with, Bradford County, as of January To
review the whole situation in to purchase the land from the One) obligations to pay taxes) slightly -- 1, Is $1,633,500, Including $9,300
(Continued! From !Page One) the future. Another member city providing the price Is within (Continued From Page ] over 36.000 acres of land in .assessment on headquarters Jimmy McRae 33 year-old
that perhaps they had :'Continued, :From Page One) Bradford( County. There landshave building located on parcel 438. to
Board agreed reason. "I cannot antcipate! the ac- the Brad- Starke native, has: qualified
with prior to the hearing that outgrown some of their present Councilman Jimmy Finally, McRa-o moved to -.accept tion of the Board regardingContainer's been assessed by run for the Group] II Council
members said last week property. ford County Tax Assessor assessment made
after Includ- 4)) The 1969
the proposal
salary policies. which he has
George protest However, seat, a position
, trimming would be McRaa and Attorney the 1969 at a total valu- Assessor
some necessary Nolln's year by the Bradford County Tax
his motion
said the plant la ing it as legal adviser to the Board I held for four, years
before could the Pierce ation of $2,914,050 The assessments -
they pass asked farthest south- is based primarily upon
Board members also dition that the
much needed in- can you that I disagree
budget. a chance for were arrived at parcelby sales of timberland relied upon of Bradford High
again about the raise which was. west corner be the only ,site completely with your position A graduate
The tentative budget which dustry here parcel based on $100 per the Bradford County: asses walks a lab
granted them under the Uniform McMillan considered. It pissed' 3-1 withTucker that the Supreme Court modified by School, McRae : as
the Board approved on July 17 Bill and which they Surveyor Merrill dissenting acre for plnelands and $30 an sor. Assessments based upon analysis for DuPont. Prior to
Pay would be the opinion of the District
for advertising and which had unanimously voted to reject. pointed out the plant the Under agreement reached Court of Appeals," Yawn stated. acre for swamp and nonproductive .sales of tImberlands result in ,being employed by DuPont 16
few details) balanced anda about 700 feet away from lands with the exceptionof to
discrimination five
Casey said he felt that he! was Edwards Tuesday night, Magarelll is to "On the contrary, (It is my gross years ago, McRae
comparison of this budget the Armory property if it a $9,300 assessments on a timberland owner, because assessments in the Navy.'
bound by law to put this In inspect the site to see view that the Supreme Court years
with the detailed one sent the Road headquarters building on parcel! based upon sales of
budget until a legal opinion was meets! his needs. If he! approves .specifically upheld the Di-'trlct''
Al Crosby, appeared I
of the One and! his
Board shows that many 438. timberlands in effect assess The cuiilmaa:: : ;
given which released him. he and the Council
and the site, then Court and affirmed Its opinionIn
cut Items presented by Casey at thameeting ((2)) The 1969 assessments for the annual growth incrementor the former Marian Curtz of
;Friday night were In the budget Board members approved a urged the Council to continueto will discuss :price its entirety Container's lands are grossly ( annual timber crop) between Poitsinoutli Va.. have twwsons,
"I cannot advise the Boardor
which was advertised. motion to ask the opinion of demonstrate "the good judg- In excess of fair market value 20( and 25 times the value of the Mike; 17, and David, 16.
Assessor to recede fromor
A board member commentedto ment you have shown Crosby and said assessment! reflect annual growth Increment.
General con-
The Telegraph that there the State Attorney urged the! members to vote as ay modify the position taken disregard by the Tax Assessorof In a >statement given to The
were several Items In the bud- cerning the matter. if the plant were going In two by them in the 1965 through. the Woodlands Section of the 5)) The 1969 assessment made Telegraph! :: McRae said! "I have

get which did not have to be Another Item which was presented blocks from their! homes, but f 1968 cases, although I am sure current tax assessor's guide by the Bradford County tax as- tried to serve'' each and every-
spent and which would serve asa at the June 24 work he did not voice opposition, to that Mr. Long and the Board promulgated by the Comptrollerof sessor is too high !in relation to .one without! bias or prejudice:!
cushion and he was able to .session and In the detailed bud the plant. will receive you cordially if- the State of Florida which the assessments of other agricultural I will strive to continue: this
approve the budget because of get was a raise for the super. Clerk Merrill Edwards reported you care to discuss the matter !has been officially approved. by lands in the county and type of representation if re-
this. intendent to keep him five per that his son in Omaha, Neb., with them. However any at- the state planning and budget therefore represents gross discrimination elected.
cent above the next highest paid unaware of the discussion here, "The only thing that makesa tempt to Induce Mr. Long to commLsrion. to the timberland and support In the Sept. 9th
For example, $17.500 Is budgeted official. The: budget which had written home to say he woman glad to put on an old modify the 1969 assessments to 3)) The assessments should owner. election"
for department heads. miles from a slaughter if she still can." with view will be
Casey presented Friday night lives five dress Is coincide your not be In excess of $62.40 an
Casey said he would soon ask house and the odor is bad. -
did not include this raise and
the board to approve eight or Councilman Neil Tucker, who
the superlntenent's salary remains -
nine department heads at Brad- $15,845."I previously voiced opposition to
ford High'School, These!! people the plant, said he didn't Inspect
will be teaching the majority of think an interpretation of the property because he doesn't
the day but will also have the the Intent of the Legislature want the plant anywhere In the

responsibility of working with should be received before any cIty He said, however, It mightbe
new teachers and of workingon change Is made," Casey said. all right if the plant were to Announcing
planning. Casey was referring to the Uniform to be located somewhere In the
Casey explained that depart- Pay Bill)( which set salariesfor county,
ment heads was really a catch- superintendent's of countiesthe "I don't think It will be the
all term and could apply to a size of Bradford at $14,000. type of operation you might
number of situations. Teacherswill have in Chicago, Kansas City,
be paid extra to do extra As the hearing began to draw or any place like that," McRae
work where and when needed. to a close Members Charles said "Boys around here were
The budget calls for 20 department Sawyer and Rodney Hall again brought up around livestock and
heads. However, since called for a monthly financial mind a little odor."
BHS Is kicking-off the pro-. statement, a "summation" Magarelll stressed his oper-
gram with only eight or nine, ation would be a slaughteringplant

that leaves some $9,000 or $10- Casey replied, "I think it's a and not a rendering plant.
000 as "cushion" money not good suggestion. We'll make There will be no chance for r

specificlally\ earmarked for whatever form you, want. It's any odor to develop except the
spending.The not this complicated." smell of manure In the holding
one Item which the pens which would be washed

Board found unacceptable In Hall commented "It's very down each day. There is no
the budget presented by Casey obvious that all board membersand cooking operation Involved in
was the raise for As'-t. Supt. you (referring to Casey) the slaughtering operation, he
Clark from $12,270 to: $15,000. need to take a more comprehensive .
Casey said the Assistant super- look at it each month said.He told Councilman P. T. t .
intendent was taking over more rather than In the waning Nolln that the, plant needs to be
and more of the Instructional months. Regardless of whose in the city to sewer and water
program as he. Casey, moved: fault It is it's bad business" facilities will be available! "It
Into the financial program. He has to be sanitary. Just like a
said his assistant worked long hospital; he repeated.
"I'm basically moving out of
:hours> and was paid less then Councilman Gerald Williams
the Instructional this
some of those who worked under program said the objection he has heardIs
year, Casey said "I plan to
him. that the plant might be a
be Just as involved in the financial -
Board members stressed thatIt end this year. I think the nuisance because of the odor of
was nothing personal and penned cattle awaiting slaughter.
big responsibility! should be in
that they knew the assistant my lap" Magarelll! agreed:!, but said
worked longer than the other people are used to that odor.
supervisors. They said they He pointed out this Is a cattle
simply could not agree to sucha At the end of the. hearing. farming area and that most
large Increase (about: 22 per Sawyer told Casey, 'Thl bud- people:: are familiar with that
cent) in one year. The Board get scares me to death but yet odor.

.did approve" 'an increase to $13- you've defended, it very well." City Attorney George Pierce PAUL'SGITGO

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Garden, Merchants Earn Berths' ,1n Commission To Make

In District' Slow Pitch TourneyGarden a' A counter proposal will be Courthouse Proposal I

made by the County Commission .- -
withdrew his objection, however
court ceed with adoption of a zoning
Restaurant winner of Brooker who sentto the Garden for( use of theold
was were Woody Strickland. when he was< assured he code and regulations under a
the Northern Sub-District, and the losers bracket, as the John Watson, and Tommy Clark (house by the staff of the Boardof would have access to SR-100
special act of the legislaturethat !
The Starke Merchants, runner Garden rapped out 16 hits to each had 8 hits. Public Instruction it was decided from his property The Board
does net require a refer
up in that same tournament, beat Brooker 12-3. Garden Both these teams will play In Monday. Aug 4. then approved the closing.In .
endum. That method will be
will represent the sub districtIn met Harry's Curb Market of the District Thursday night In j Exception was taken to a other action, the Board:
taken to speed of
the District 11 tournamentto St. Augustine and downed them Gainesville The Garden will 9 School Board resoluton! pre- -Took no action on a requestto process
be played In Gainesville 162 with the aid of 23 base meet Sanford Jeno's Pizza at \tented the Commission becauseIt Include funds in the new budget establishing zoning l'esh'lctlCln1tIn
Thursday, Friday, and Sat- 7:30 p.m. while the Merchantswill ter'I contains a clause stating the to promulgate county pet certain areas. If a referendum -
hits.Only a
urday, August 7-9. one game away from the take on Melbourne DriveIn county would pay the BPI for ordinance is used the Board would
Winner of the District tour- finals the Garden met the Mer- TV at 9 p.m. Sanford Is the any renovations made to the -Told Hampton couple it have to wait until this November -
nament will represent District chants. At that point the Mer- runner up team of the Cen- building when it reverted back a ,
will be to petition
11 in the State tournament which chants were the only other undefeated tral Sub district and Melbourneis to( the county CommissionersBuck necessary -Gave formal: approval for
will be held in Ft. Lauderdale team left in the tour- the winner of the SouthernSub Norman and Ralph Bryan through an attorney and advertise CUBB Economic Agency to use
August 17-19. eny. The Garden beat the Mer- district. These games .* took immediate exception to the a public hearing to close a the upper floor of the old jail
Garden went through the sbu- chants 10-1, and then had to will be played at Duvall Park, rnI. : clause. They moved to return road between SR-221 and U3-301 for its offices for another yearbeginning
district on their home ground wait for the winner of the losers which is located on E. 8th the school resolution. near Hampton. Oct. 1, 1969 and ending
here without absorbing a loss bracket, and as It turned out they Street. : But a suggestion by Clerk -Gave CD Dlr. Frank Williams Nov. 1. 1 1970.(

and the Merchants lost only win the 12-3. "We feel you should be proudof Charles Darby saw that motion, permission to attend a -Was told a Hampton property \ -
to the Gar- game three day planning:: And op:?rations :!- .
two games After loss by the fact that both Starke owner has withdrawn objections -
absorbing a I
den. Garden the Merchants began teams won the right to play in a .N4"e die.Darby suggested, and the school in Jackionvllle. to giving right-of-way
were once again looking at the fighting their way back to the the District and hope you will Commission! agreed, to have -Was told by Attorney Theron for the new sidewalk from
Merchants. This time In the finals with a 12-3 defeat ofHarry's go over and support them. We Managers of the two winning Starke teams Townsend County Attorney T. A. Yawn to Yawn the board can legally Hampton Elementary to SR-13.:
hold meetings at cities in the
finals of the tourney, The Merchants hope tInt ono or he Starke teams for the Commission The 138-feet of sidewalk can
The draw
of St. up a
Augustine. will be our representative in the Strickland of Garden Restaurant and Wayne Sapp of the Starke county other than the county
be laid And Road Foreman
gave the Garden more which assured them of a saying it is interestedin now
victory State Tounament Rec- Merchants receive trophies from Asst. Recreation JDLr. RandaU seat by publishing notificationof
I competition than any one team berth in the District tourna- says conveying use of the COUI.t.bouse R. E, Jones was Instructed to
' In the tourney with the Garden reation Director Gene Rayburn. Davis. Yawn set forth such meetings ono week in proceed as soon as possible,

'I having to come from behind to ment.In the final game the Mer- .. ...... .............. .. ........ .. ..... .... ................. the conditions and have and terms under advance. -Told Don Hill. Hampton Recreation
I win the game 9-5. Garden chants made an effort to dislodge RACEWAY which the Commission will -Was told by Yawn lie 1'1 I Board chairman that
had a 5-0 tournament record. the Garden. They lead 3-0. r LrF3Hl;; RESULTSResults convey the building awaiting appraisal of the Maude the city may use recreati-in
The Starke Merchants com- before losing it 9-5. Couple. Road Closed Wainwright Hess! property InHel11)I'onn funds derived from the countyto

piled a 4-2 record for second In team statistics, Garden .... of Sunday Aug. 4, Petition to( close a portion of Springs to institute pay a land owner for use of
place honors. In the opening and the Merchants were fairly One) house was locked just as they races Starke Raceways(name the old Lake Butler road, which condemnation proceeding! so his property for a baseball field.
game of the tourney the Mer- even offensively but the Gar- (Continued From Page had left it. The two men said of owner horse, and rider). parrallels SR-10D near Crosby the county can dig a drainage The field will be leased from

chants sent Palatka to the losers den made a stronger defensive Inmates, but the Doctor's: Inlet they saw the couple leave, founda : Winner listed first runner Lake In Crosby Lake Shores, ditch.Indicated Paul Meng for 10 years for $100
bracket In a close 4-3 game. showing. Garden scored 58 road camp did verify that two the utility entered up second.1st it plans to pro. year.
in room per
key granted after a public
The Merchants recorded 11 hit Palmer was .. .. .:.. _ i\
runs on 73 base hits, afternoon yds. -- -. - -
nisn' escaped Monday: the house, tfcwn' locked race hearing Monday. Petition,. to - - - '
In that game. Rays Farmers of Merchants scored 44 runs on Mrs. Stern reported seeing the doors back Williams, Red Morn Robert close was brought bw Dave and October;; 11-Uctober; 19 '
Macclenny was the next op- 71 base hits. Defensively the Jordan Junior Mersey, Com- 1
"clothes with stripes like con. The sums enttred the house ; Hazel Paulk through attorney
ponet of the Merchants and Merchants allowed their oppon- victs" on her bedroom floor. and sat talking at the kitchen, manche, Kelly Forsyth. George Pierce ow..Plan I Your I Fall Vacation I I
went to the losers bracket as )
ents 29 runs, and 51 hits. Gar- 2nd ( 150 yd. Pony ? 1
But the two men rolled; them table a few minutes before Mrs. Opposition was voiced by another 1
used 10 hits to
the Merchants __
den 13 and Hershel Waldron
just runs:
47 hits.gave up up In a sheet and took them Stern made her ill-fated trip to Hershel Jerry Wadsworth property owner, Charles!' 1 o 1 Exotic t Puerto I Rico 1 I
In the Garden's first game with them. ; who'with T. H, Slade
the bedroom. Robin Wadsworth. Mike Sawyer, 1
First Christian Church found In Individual statistics Billy. The; Sterns entered the house "Talk about all that judo 'and Shorty Nettles, Calf, Mike; Glen Nettle and their wives own lots, in 1 and I The Virgin Islands 1 1
them to be too much and were Joe Sanford of the Merchantslead about 2 p.m Monday to visit stuff to defend yourself. Listen, Goat Glen. Crosby Lake Shores. Sawyer 1 I
defeated 11-2. Garden collected all hitters with 14 safe- their daughter Ltulsr.3. In a when that time comes you 3rd (220 yds.) --Adro Brown.
15 hits against the Lake City ties, while Claude Hardee had Gainesville hospital. When; they don't stand a chance" Mrs. Poncho Dean Brown; Tommy Chuck Joey, Billy DuBar Greg 1 KNJOY: .\ KAIIl'LOUS 8- 4 1
team. Garden's next opponet 9 and Mark Hamilton 8. For returned: nrcur.d: 6:10: p.m the Stern observed. Reams Champ Van Prescott.4th Woods. 1 I\Y HJN-HI.I.I: \'..\- '
RACES12th C\nON i iUOKI> l'UELU t
:: :-HS: took three of (300 ydsJEddie) Starling FEATURE t6
The two man
\VRen t'IS.: SKIP
; SEE'T.h4LPaint Prescott Mike ((300 yds.) Van Prescott 1
Kim -
Pete ; I

r r| DeWitt C. Jones; Funeral 'iful| People' .and Mr. Stern's a box knives of shells, his, and shotgun all. Reaves 5th ((250 Lady yds.Mike.) Joe Rosen- Bar, Fly.Ken.Van; Ken Davis Ted .S/S ARIADM on... : 1 ::i.io ., ilttii

the the had
cash couple
thal, Moray Van Prescott; Leo 13th (300 yds.--AdroBrown, i
:1: 1111 1111:1j1 Moore government check 'had Thornton Tempo Donald Net- Star Dean Brown; Otto Mur-
& just been cashed and they, got Jim
::1j1' STARKE 1 1j 1jJill PAINTS most of it. tles.6th (220 yds.) -- Joey Bennett ott.rhee Reid Van Presc- TO PUERTO !BCO'! to THE VIRGIN ISLANDS. II

PHONE 964-6200 The little fellow would have Red Greg Woods; Pat II
CENTRAL PAINT been rougher" Mrs. Stern said Westmoreland Suggee, J. C. Depart directly from Jackson Itlo for the exciting I
Jill:: ili:: "But the big one felt sorry for Golf. the me't577iTATE Caribbean ports of San Juan. }'.It. and St. Thomas /
| KEYSTONE HEIGHTS | STORES. INC. Bill in the wheel chair." They 7th ((220 yds.) -- Eddie Star- ".1. on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 11. return to Jacksonville *
Pinto Joe Dean Brown Sunday Oct. 19. Therladne is 100% air.
bah NW. 13th STREETGAINESVILLE even put a chicken Mrs. Stern ling, ; = NOW! conditioned and all! cabins have private bath. Fur
1m I; PHONE 473-3176 .;I; toad' bought in the refrigeratorso Tommy Reames, Champ, Van X1F'2' '- PRICE includes all meals entertainment, dance band.
& Prescott.8th 1 ':services: of cruise directors. and i the use of the ship I
::::'::*:::::::::%::::::::*:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::::.:.:.:;:;:.:.:;:;::11[; PHONE 376-1281 it wouldn't spoil when she (150 yds. Pony Race)-- INEfi27 I GOING UP. as jour hotel while In port. Sponsored) as a public I
asked them to. I L service by the Jacksonville Ja
Junior Ilersey Sugarfoot, Mark >cees. I
"I've read about: things Ilka I
Mersey Jerry Wadsworth,
this, bat never thought I'd Shorty;Dean Brown. *4I\ I Write or call the Jacksonville Jaycees. :
I over gt( through It. When I 9th -- (called no contest FOR INFO 604 Ho Kan: St., Jacksonville, Fla. 32202
hollered It's Just a wonder he foul). 1" PHONE,; 35J-2638: : I
"It's not difficult to meet expenses
didn't plurss that: knife right In 10th -- (called no contest, The 8-3 Ariadne, registered In Liberia meet International!
she these days. In fact Safety Standard for new nhlps developed In 1948 and meets the'
me, recalled foul). 196$ fire safety standards, 9
"They wanted a pistol so 11th (220 yds.Joe) Rosen- you meet them every time you - - e- - - - -
toad thal, Monkey Van Prescott; turn around."

Edwards AsksReelection


SavingzJamboreeCLEARANCE Clerk's Post

City Clerk Merrill Edwards, 2AkE
a 12-year veteran of that position
has qualified for his sixth
term In the Sept 9 city elec

SALE -- SAVE H; r:, 50% of tion.Edwards Bradford Starke and was High born Is School.a and graduate raised He & '?fIn + ,,5 c z {Ps, ,

r( his wife, the former Loures Howard r-1

' ALL SPRING AND SUMMER MDSE. REDUCED TO NEW of Brooker have fourchildren W They said it couldn't .
1 : Steve who is in the

LOW PRICES SEE OUR VALUES- HERE ARE A FEW SAMPLES Air Force; Jerome, who is band be done-tot we did pH ?

director at Naples, Fla., Mary fypjjd-( :y
Lou Black, who; lives in Starke ..1'and "
Ricky, 12. They also have 1.8rstearofhe70 s ';/0

j W omens Shoes $1.00 Girls: Shorts $ .50 four grandchildren. t p. ;':,1

,I Ladies Shorts $1.50 Girls: Dresses $2.00 clerkEdwardswasInbusiness Before he was elected city .k'x: i Impossible savings. Ford Galaxie 500's

Girls Knit Tops -.- .--- $ .50 Girls Slacks _. __ $1.00 for himself !in connection) with ">'
I Tom Houston Peanut Co. He has ;; now priced impossibly low.

has also worked at the local ,(
post. office and was 'a clerk and Y ?),

LAY-A-WAY BACK TO SCHOOL SALE! when manager It was of located the A&P in Starke.store -Q s Manufacturer's does not include suRfpsterf. optional rice while for Jewall the car.Pnct ;'1};, V 'I

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Edwards "plsdged continued tires transportation$3200. dealer charges preparation, state and charges.( .any :pay>:
cooperation with other city officials ,
and with cur: citizens." Now-impossible year-end ''fy i' __ __r _
COMPLETE SELECTIONS ALL AGES HEAD to TOE He also .stressed that people price cots on 69lords! 'k z;

'ere always welcome to come In mV ay;;
Check These New Fall-Back To School Values and discuss with him any pro. ."
blem relating to the city. .

"I'd like to: ,see' mare citizens ,jsf: OOa -
BOYS JEANS AND GIRLS All sizes up BOYS Knit or Sport Interested in the city since the x ; -

SLACKS to 12'8 Solid Plaids long or Short Sleeve city belongs to them." the .veteran <
$399 clerk said. ys
.Jumpers. SHIRTS $199

Sizes 8.18 Dresses $299 up ff;:;:@ 1 $::::1:1:1::: 1 ::1:1:1:1:1:1:::::::: 1i:1i;: ::1:j1i 1i:1j;:
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PEH"OPPIl.IIo.O" TO an Interest In the property l>yaddressing
Commission Btl! OWN":"'" OF AUJNDON DPuorharrr ; an Inquiry to Fred O.
301 FinDefies
Dickinson Jr. State Comptroller
Florida 4
At Days Starting Sun. Pursuant to Section 13 of aM i Administrator, Abandoned
Property Division Capitol. Tal.
Chapter 717 Florida Statutes
J of lahassee. Florida Lie sure to
Showing at the Florida Thea. the Arctic Ice entitled "Florida Disposition. mention number,
cap to confront Unclaimed Property Act." notice account name
DRIVEINSHOW ter tonight (Thursday) through. the' Russians are Rock Hudson, la hereby given ,that the pernons and notice.address Unless, as published proof: \of owner In this
Saturday is "lea Station Zebra Ernest: Borzolns! Patrick McOachan owners Hated of below unclaimed appear. to personal be the ship> Is presented to the holderby .
." the screen version at Alistair : and Jim Brown. Budget CutsSpending or Intangible property presumed October 21 106! the property ,
abandoned. 8-0350-0003 Quail will be delivered to the Ad
BEGINSAT MacL an's best-sslllogr "Doctor Dollttle" starringRex Betty General Delivery Star Re, ministrator. Thereafter, all further
claims must be directed to
SUNDOWN novel. Harrison and Samantha Florida. Information concerning tae Administrator.iMlED '
Starring in the adventure story Eggar, Is slated for the Florida 2H hours on the! 1968-69 budget of 577476. With of which is more than 90 days the Property amount and or the description name and' cf ad-the O. DICK1 SO". JR. .
ADb1ISSIONlac of a US submarine sent under screen Sunday through Wednes proposed 1969-70 budget Monday other revenues the county will old. drew of the holder may be ob As Administrator.
8-7 2t S-ll
12 And Under Free day. The movie isbased, on afternoon County Commissioners receive taking up some of the iii! -- --
When With An Adult slice only $92 huge increase county taxpayers
Hugh Loft Ing's classic stories managed to
,about a 19th-century English more dollars from a money Mil will probably face around a': Keeps to 552 Ibs. frozen foodsin
THURS., FRL, SAT.Ai1G. .' FLORI DATHEATRE physician ,whose ability to talk that now totals close! to $720.000.The two mill jump. That amount to up
7, 8, 9 with animals !in their own languages budget session Monday $2 per $1,000 of taxable prop.
at the end of a long. work arty
results in a succession of came
/(Monday -........ .
fabulous: adventures day which ended after 6 p.m. All of the increases a your
from in the form of salary Mr.wwMNrMw
The double isolate at the 301 The Commission came I
the civil defense budget but also raises There' included $487 for _
Thursday through Saturday
Y" will be "The Trouble .granted $2,284 in pay raises as library employees, $835 for ag home!
R "The SIIOWTIME- blanket 5% Increases continuedto department employees' $740( for e ,
With Girls (and how to get Into
Included In the spending. secretaries in Clerk sDarby's
Weekdays 7 P. M. be
5 trouble 1t) and "Hook, Line and Sin sal.
office and a $221
with girls" Sunday 3 P. M. ker." bill.Another budget session has ary hike for Custodian Herbert u / Shop less often cook
Saturday 1 P. M. Elvis Presley stars In the former ; '
been rat for 9:30: a.m. Monday Norman
and freeze meals ahead
and Jerry Lewis in the
CD budget cut
Aug. 11. However with the pay The county was
THURS.. FRI., SAT. latter Bath are suggested for raises being granted the $60,000 to $20,259. That's still about $7.- II .buy quantities in sea.
general audiences. Increased costs handed down by 000 above the $13.884 budgetedin and !
Angr. 7, 8, 9 "Slaves" and "Tony Rome"are son save
PLUS .the state, plus steadily climbing 1968-9 but which has been
the flicks set for Sunday rs
costs In every area will probably overspent. CD Dlr. Frank Wil % I
., Adventure at the .
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nd'e tP itlgf No through Wedntsday 301 The see the Commission raise liams made a plea to keep his N' '
top of the world first is billed as "ths! contro millage for the first time in .trainIng funds in the new budget Model CA-16DD II 15.8 cu. ft.
80C( versial drama about slavery' in several years.ChaIrman lie wishes.
s IEfMMCa08o [ '
this country in the 1800's." Dave Shuford said Librarian Martha Minx and
roff__ 1 is i Starring are Stephen Boyd, Monday there !is "no way" the Mrs. H, C, Ritch, board mem
a DIonne Warwick and Ossie Davis Commission can get by withouta ber, thanked the Commissionfor I
tax Increasa with the extra granting their employees 5
Frank Sinatra plays as "Tony costs the board Is facing.. per cent' raises, but said they
SUN.-WED. 7-. \,; ,t Rome" an ex-cop turned private Current figure the board 1* would rather have had the r
AUG. 10, 11. 12, 13 .r .1' I eye who tours .Miami to working with is approximately $1,000 to participate in a new r '.ww
,_ ." serve his clients $142,488 more than the current state library program than the /
For the slave-
MGMpresefils Martin Ransohoff Production of pay raises.

courageknew no chains- "Ice Fried Chicken In also addition told, by the'A.Commissionwas H. Crippen, Book-Shelf Food Freezer
For the master- Kentucky CPA for the Bradford County
desire lIlE11VIlO colorin Hospital that the annual $15- II "Power-on" signal light. Upright convenience-all foods
tation COL. SANDERS: RECIPE 000 given the hospital by the easy to organize, see and select! Handy defrost drain.
the world
savage county is very much needed to
bnat)4) keep the hospital in the black.
of the Old South!
@] special Crippen ''showed the' board figures
Super Panavision and Metrocolor which the members accept. SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES
r?! .r ed as Indicating the hospital
SUN -'WED. ,'' ',. ;y 1' would go In the' red if governmental -
AUG, 10, 11. 12, 13 monies didn't make up 332 W. .Madison St.
...............:................ FRIDAY ONLY for uncollected bills Crippen Phone 964-7701
i NOW FOR THE FIRST TIME : said the hospital has $190,003
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Students Choose CoursesIn ces Hansley of 'Hulbert AFB, had been staying with their places, pulls them. out from under -
Florida, spent Thursday last grandchildren while their .the iron rails and stack New Assistance totally disabled because of ser
HAMPTON week with Mrs. Hall's vice, are also eligible for the
sister daughter In law Mrs.Beryl then; alongside the ,track. The
Mrs. V. J. Slade. Mrs. Slade Pope travelled to Hawaii to Available For educational benefits which amount -
same machine
la used to
New System Planned at BHS By Mrs D. E. Bin recently in the hospital for meet her husband, on R & R a, new rail first digging put the In Widows of Vets to as much as $130 a
treatment, has been recuperating ) leave from Viet Nam. month for full-time training.
... P ... .. at home for the last two hole, then pulling it beneath
What Is described as an In order to understand techni- weeks. Carolyn Kennan spent last !he. rail by means of a cable.A Widows of veterans, who are Eligible widows of WW U
"exciting" new approach in ques, styles. and elements in- Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Jacks Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Ak- weekend with friends in Jack- second machine comes along entitled to a GI home loan, veterans have until July 25,
teaching high school English volved. and family of Memphis. Tenn. ridge moved last Saturday to sonville. afterward doing the "surfac are automatically entitled to a 1970 to use their GI home loan
was announced'this'creek by the 3 -- Poetry: will read and are spending their vacation here Hampton Lake, from Starke. ing", levels the tie. and places newly created ovid)lV'J' educational entitlement. The entitlementof
BHS English Department In a study different elements and with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.P Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rho- rock on the roadbed. assistance from the Veterans eligible Korean Conflict widows -

message to students. forms of poetic expression from H, Lett. den and children moved last SEABOARD-COASTLINE Administration, but the expires Jan. 31, 1975,
Beginning with the new termIn early writers to present song- Mrs. J. W. Home Jr. and week Into the former H. F. RE-TIMBERING TRACKS Using the machines, repair reverse Is not necessarily true while eligible post Korean
September there will be no writers and lyricists. daughters, of Pensacola visit- Jones home in Hampton. Rje-tlmberlng gangs for the gangs can cover about a mile according to advice from M.T. widows have 20 years from their
more 10th llth. or 12th grade 4 -- Drama: will study the ed here from Sunday to Tues- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Began Seaboard Coastline Railroad a day according ,to Mr. Ray. Dixon of the Florida Division of husband's death in service, 20
English, according to the an- theatre and plays from their day this week. Mr. and Mrs. and sons moved recently to timve been working through Train schedules continue: as us Veterans Affairs. years from the veteran's discharge -
nouncement. Students will be earliest development of mod- Horne plan to leave next week Crystal Lake. They have been 'Hampton, replacing rotten ties ual, .since only about one tie In or March 3 1978
allowed, Instead, to choose the ern times. for a vacation trip to Wyomingto staying with Mrs. Hagan's par- on about 36 miles of track from five needs to be replaced and Only unremarried widows ot (whichever is later) to use their
courses they want to take froma 5 -- Speech: will study the visit her relatives. ents, Mr. and Mrs. L.'L. Mel- Starke south. When a train Is coming, mach- World War H. Korean Conflict, entitlement.
group of ten that will be off- practice in development of various Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Baker of ines and men move out of the and post-Korean veterans who
ered. types. of group speakingsuch Orlando spent several days here ton.Mr.. and Mrs. Gene Clouse Two machines operated by 4 died as a result of military ser- Widows and wives, eligible

Since these will be semester as panels debates, informal this week with her parents, Mr. and daughters of Bradentonwere to 6 men. accomplish About way then back to work a., vice are entitled to VA home for educational assistance, have
speeches, and discus- and Mrs. R. Parker. The visitors what laon guarantees, Dixon said.
H. 100
courses, students will take two overnight Sundayof men would do with soon as it passes. When a regular However until November 20, 1976, or
different courses each year. sions. Attention given to techniques Baker children are vlstlng their the Don Hills. They were en- hand-labor according to C. H. RR siding tent unremarried widowsof
After reading the _brief description in delivery and preparation paternal grandparents In Cape route home from a Michigan Ray: of Earleton section fore- the. machines handy veterans who served at any eight years after their husband
of below of individual speeches. Coral. cation trip. having a aiding"ramp" time since the Spanish: :' erl- death, or V finding of permanent -
courses printed for this area.
.a short piece:, of portable can War and who died as a result or total disability (which-
students are asked to indicate Arbutus, Mary and Helen Roy Morgan of Augusta Ga., .
on the form which :designed Pearsall spent last week at the spent last weekend here with Piles of ties have been lying of military service,are eli- ever is later) to complete their
for the student who feels he track which the machine -
courses they would be Inter- Salvation Army Camp near Keystone his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. along the tracks south from-' on gible for VA educational assis- education and training.
needs a general of all for five minutesor
survey moves tance to a maximum
up of 36
ested in taking. In order of Heights. Dan Johnson. Starke for some time, awaiting:
types of literature In order to train to
so to allow a go months.In .
Debbie Hicks is at Trinity Mr.-.and Mrs. A. G. Pope
preference.The returned replacement job which Is Any interested
understand differences between through. He estimated about peril J" tI Should(
English Department will Baptist Church Camp near to Eau Gallie Friday needed about 'six
them and the relation of litera- every years 700 ties mile need replacingeach contact the County Service Off-
do everything possible to sche- Grandin this week. after several days at their home per addition icer
the wives of veterans ,
ture to everyday life. or write Mr. Dixon at
dule students into their first 7Creative Writing Mrs. Bill Hall of Gainesville here. Just before coming to Mr'Ray said. On of the mach- six-year repair, and tracks who are permanently and Box 1437, St. Petersburg Fla
preference, but It is extremely help and stimulation to:offering the student and her daughter, Mrs. Fran- Hampton the week. before, they ines chops rotten ties in two have 3,200 ties per mile. 33731.

important that three choices be who likes to think and write ...... ................. .s._ a _ asa . . a .--
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course will be at least special problems In creative '
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S I Early Days Of Hampton Told In Student Themes }U

By Mrs. D. E. Hill -r

In 1951. '53 ..and '54. studentsat (Hampton. It started with: a. the Saxons, moved to "another

Hampton Elementary ., mall crew and mill about I farm. a Mr. Terry: moved into
wrote "The History of ,4. eight or ten years! ago. It now the ,house to farm and !tend

ton" for an 8th grade J" \ has two saw mills one planer. orange groves on land now occupied -

project assigned by their and ships, lumber over the en- by the town. Both Saxon

er, Mrs. Ola M. .I tire state except west Florida. and Mrs. O. M. .(!Aunt Mary)

Bulkheads: Whose Baby? was also' school .. '' .1 The mill cuts on >an average -often Geiger 92. who presently lives
Following are a few 'kl'I. remember how the
ij : to twelve thousand feet a In Starke
ing excerpts from these day and runs five days -a :week. town got its name. As a community -

Day by day the situation grows more the State claims ownership of the bottom giving the students' : :"" "11III -How Hampton. Got Its formed around the

confusing. of all meandered lakes 7 In that when signed. .. Name: Lifelong Hampton .resident tracks near the Teiry farm.
land ta flat ;:
Comes a state official with the case, it seems as if the boundary of -The : :: B. Y. Saxon remembersthat the place was arbitrarily given
now occasional bog '
area. "
Alachua County should be the west !;: : \: :''=' his father Henry SaxonSr. the name of Terry's 10yearold -
Bradford Commission 1Jf" '
opinion that the County at the Hampton depot : : .'- '
t 3Ujfc Jnf* .. ., used to live In a frame- son Hampton. When thetown's
shore line of the lake with the lake M*
does not have the right to fix feet. Population In 1945 merchants. Blanton
house that was located to the first
itself a "no man's land" between the showing a decline from Street Scene
bulkhead lines at the Seminole Ridge :rear of where the Hampton and Cameron, established a

Subdivision on Santa Fe Lake since two counties. 1940. Hotel was later. built and approximately postofflci3 in .their ,store the

the boundary line between Bradfordand If all this sounds confusing we cil-Hampton type of has a was the first postmaster. A Mr. In ,the center of name of Hampton ,was official-

Alachua Counties follows the"Margin" heartily agree. It certainly is. officials!: elected Allen was postmaster for several the present town. Later when ly given to the town.

In view of the muddled circumstances Present officials years then Miss Ada. Nim- -- ------ .
of the lake at that point.In are: -

other words the land on the east the County Commission's attorney P. Wadsworth; City several mon. who years'Was and postmaster died while for In

side of Santa Fe is in Bradford County, advised the board Tuesday that the H. Maxwell; Marshal office. Mr. H. B. Wiggins was

but the water in the lake and presum- property owner involved should requestthe !Forsyth M.: Councilmen. postmaster for nearly 12 years. Letters to U.S MAIL
Horne Matchett.
IIF Board to determine the bulk- Now his daughter. Mrs. Mary
ably the lake bottom it covers are part Griffin. O. E. Matchett,
head line along the Seminole sub- Williams Is postmaster.The .
and parcel of Alachua County. Ridge F, Dyal. ,

This technicality would seem.to preclude division. We have little hope that the -Hampton :Is served only "skyscraper" In the Editor

any early settlement of the Seminole IIF will assume this responsibility, Seaboard Airline brick Hampton building is a en two-story main street.It red. I
however, since it has said it is the dutyof 8. pa.ssenger and 10
Ridge controversy, the was first used as a bank!
Internal Improvement Fund Board has1'requested" the counties to do this job, subjectto trains dally. The because. as Hampton begin: to --
pick-up and
a group of developers to approval by the IIF Board.It service for Jess than grow. they decided they wanted August 4. 1969
has generally been assumed that bank and In ISIS a charter be paid a large
a salary when
stop the work of dredging and .filling lots. The O. S. & F. Dear Mr. Matthews:
the so-called "litoral zone" (the area the bulkhead line would be fixed some- !has an accommodation was granted to build It. Its cap. I have always noticed In money is so scarce with which
tal was 150 shares at $100 .cap< to do the needful things. I believe
between the : -
high water mark & service attached
between the high water mark and the ger years past that when any person

low water mark) on the east side of the low water mark. Although the property freight train which 50 ital per stock.cent W.of the G. Seals.shares: bought so he had any opinion concerning tired the of playing tax-payers] "Santa are Claus.getting! "
owners would like to it dally. public matters which they desired
Santa Fe. see fixedat -The was elected the first bank president I say "praise the. Lord for
The question!' immediately rises, how- the low water mark, it is understood wooden frame building and A. A. Futch the first made to it kown express through publicly a "letterto they our school board members."

that the State now claims the bottomof cashier. The bank flourished Now. would anyone else] like to
ever, that if Bradford County does not In 1917. It Is located the editor. I am now one of
have the right to set bulkhead lines, meandered lakes up to the high of the business district. during tile) !"EV>om" of this those person" so here goes.I follow their example! ?

why would-Alachua have the right to water mark. Therefore, some sort of the Seaboard and the early 1920's, but when the de. read in your paper recently] Respectfully

do that compromise seems to be the only an- railroad tracks. It i is : pression ,struck the bank was that the School Board Membershad Rev. Merle Packham.
so on property might actually ; ; disbanded. A. A.Durden was -
Seaboard and
Is been
granted increase
be in Bradford County, depending on swer. president of the bank when It an .Dear Sir:
by Mr. J. W. Home. pay. I believe I also] read that
the rise and fall of the lake level? But who is to say, on the basis of 'way Express agency was disbanded. He put all of tho they had rejected the raise be- I would like to express my ap.

In present law, whether Bradford County In the Bradford County predation and gratitude to one
setting the boundry line betweenthe service also. and the money cause they felt the money was
two counties, Bradford is describedas extends to the high water mark on Union has office hours Btu-K in Starke.. The building needed more in order to carry of your Starke citizens :Mr.

extending to the east shore of Santa Santa Fe, or the low water mark, or to 5 on weekdays.All has been used as) a grocery store out the program of educationfor Milton On Bell.

Fe Lake and Alachua some point in between ? city streets are and an epartment house. The this county.I July 2 while on route to
County as extending ed. However present residents 'are Mr. Berry Jacksonville my wife had
it Highway 18 have not heard much said a
to the "margin" of the wateron Perhaps might help to clarify a through Hampton. Barnes and family. -' Dudley in the way of commending these flat t tire on 301 outside of Starke.

that side. In law, the definition of complex situation if the County Com There Is a Hardy. Nov. 17,1954 men for this action publicly. I She waited a while for an offerof

shore is taken to mean "that space of mission would ask for an opinion from at 9 a.m. and a -The only ,home dairy around personally want each one of help.] To stop i and offer to

land between the ordinary high water the State Attorney General to help resolve Greyhound bin at 7 p.m. Hampton Is about one and half them to know that I appreciate change a tire in the mid-after

mark and the low water mark." There- this question: -The postofflce miles west a) Hampton.. and is their thoughtfulness. It noon heat would have ,been gal-

fore the Where the boundary line between owned bv the town of owned and operated by Mr. and certainly proves to me they are lantry enough. To add to this
boundary between Alachua two counties is the Is ]located on Navarre !Mrs. U. D. Dyal. They have not serving for the sake of sal- Mr. Bell was physically handi
and Bradford Counties along the east edge of a meandered In the northwest of two fine milk cows one a Jersey ary alone. capped. I have tried to locate

shore of Santa Fe would appear to be lake who has the responsibility of con- was built in 1946 of and the other
a variable line that shifts with the rise trolling the bulkhead line the county block.] The postmaster They charge 25 cents a quart about "budget cutting" and unsuccessful.. This toads me to

and fall of the lake level. on the land side, or the county on the H. B. Wiggins. some'I'( and deliver around 15 quarts a. "salary] cutting" in the school believe that my wife possibly

Also the thought occurs: why should water side, or the State which, in fact, -Hampton School Is day. They have on the averagesix board and county government.Now misunderstood the name.
the boundary of Alachua claims the lake bottom? brick and stucco. The customers. W. H. Johns if I worked for the school I had an opportunity to men.

County extend For the best interest ium is part of the .1954. system and my salary increasewas -- tlon my gratitude to the Mayorof
to the east shore of Santa. Fe Lake of all concerned, !buildIng. built about 1930. Factories of Hampton, by denied I would take It in Starke a few weeks ago.

since Santa Fe is a meandered lake and we need to know the answer to this -There is no city fire Henry Mosher: The only fac- a much better spirit since the However I would still like to

question, and the sooner the better. tion. but most families '! : tory near Hampton is the B. T. board members themselves] had thank "Mr. Bell" personally.

hose which would be of Thomas lumber Co., located already set the example by refusing I will be at the Selective Service -

we. The fire Insurance about two miles northwest of their own Increase. How- Office every Tuesday morn

ever, if I worked for the county ing from 1000: to 11:30.: If It

I I might take it In a.. little Is not possible for me to meet
The Kennedy future different way. "Mr. Bell", then I would like

Farm I believe any public officials ;to take this opportunity to say

Edward Diaryofficials who devotes their time wholly "Thank you. I look at the worldas
Kennedy returns to his
post as
competent men to fumble around over- to the work of their office a nicer place to live when

Senate Majority Whip following one of night, seemingly more intent on handling are doing. should be paid a good salary. I know that I share It with

the roughest experiences in American political the situation their own than in call- We are getting all S S SNow But any official whose job 1 isi people like you. Thanks' again!I"
And way we need and a bit
history. the hard only Sincerely
inescapably ing in the public authorities. that we're In August incidental. or borderingon yours.
facts of politics suggest that the American Senator's the days and we haven't berry growers. will have to get the classification of "moon- SSgt. William W. CarrUSlUC

presidential landscape has been permanently Port six-day seclusion at the Hyannis complaints lately about going on the next crop and lighting," should not expect to Recruiter, Gainesville
compound while ught. The rains
a high-level altered by the public judgment that means a lot of work. At
battery of advisers arrived to consult left though for on a trip
Ted present a. number of berry
concerning Kennedy's conduct during little impression of a confident Gainesville to Keystone Drivers AdvisedTo rying their license at all times.
vigorous fields still from
are protected
those ten chaotic hours on Martha's Vine- last Friday Sam .ran Into Florida Statutes previously
yard and Chappaquiddick Island. individual making his own decisions. So al stpaiate showers the hot sun by dense! growth of Carry LicenseAt provided that a person cited
the political sea change has been cover crops. but soon thoseplantings .
Senator Kennedy apparently has taken potent: Into anotner cne on All Times- for no dirver's license would
President Nixon's ) will have to be cut
reelection not be convicted if he
himself out of the prospects en- home. The water In pro-
presidential race for under to allow time for absorb-
hanced, Senator Muskie's duced a valid license in court
presidential standing longer Motorists cited for not carrying
1972. His statement was not phrased in tion before the fields are beddedup that was issued to him and
prospects restored and license
Hubert Humphrey the soil Is getting their driver's
Sherman-type language but it is pretty for setting out berry plants. valid at the time the citationwas
definite for to declare hoping for another crack at the job he so soaked. S SNow were given an optional process issued.
a man that, If re- missed.It S S for being excused from the
elected Senator in 1970, he will serve out narrowly Tobacco Is a. gocd: time, with the charge by the Legislature, but With the revision of thelaw
grower.s are
is too early to conclude this the driver
his full six-year term. His is the end hurricane season approaching Patrol can now be excused
high-level advisers the Florida Highway
with prices they
and indeed Senator of the Kennedy dynasty, but the dreamsof are to check up on lamps or can- drivers to avoid the Inconvenience by producing the license to the
Kennedy himself the markets and urges clerk of
the court within 24
a "restoration" dimmer dles In case a storm comes
are than car-
entirely by
may believe that if Massachusetts have ever been. they might be, for last week along >and! knocks out power hours of the citation excluding

reelects him by a landslide and if he supplies The Christian Science Monitor ber of piles of leaf sold lines. Hurricane Anna was a bleaches contain 5.25 per cent Saturdays, Sundays and legal
cents a pound or more. holidays. Drivers
competent leadership to Senate good ;isjrt and: blew1' herself sodium hypochlorite and are may still
ces like that there will produce the license in
Democrats over the next years, the party's good bidding for out at sea. but we may not be Identical regardless of brand.
call would become any as lucky with other ones. be excused.
again "irresistible"by allotments that However It should be remembered -
1972. for rent. chlorine bleaches] cannotbe

More likely, Mr. Kennedy's own reluctance I I S S But we are getting 18 lot of! used without damage to fabrics -
rain, and the last time Same
BROWSINGSADLAI and colors. Mast of the
plus a successful Nixon administration We found a good home
tried to mow the yard, the mower wash-and-wear Homesteaders
or noJron finishes
would seem to rule out a Kennedy puppy dog that strayed O\ came to the
got drowned out in puddle !.
: are ruined by it. It
campaign for 1972. As for 1976 how E. STEVENSON: "Democracy is place some time 'ago and was 1 'promised i
long after puddle and Sam thoughtidly found that the bacteria count 1 1 jji1 1;
is the public's memory? And will a more not self-executing. We have to make it hound ed down.but He locked, of rigging; up a snorklefor could] also be reduced if one (! 'j ..! 1 ,j land"hundreds by, they the
Sam without
complete story of the accident become work, and to make it work we have to tation would he the machine. Come to! thinkof would use water with! a higher .0<(.- ..-.- filed their claims
known in the meantime? understand say it, If It keeps on raining :!the temperature lengthen the wash to a new life in this building the
What has seemed significant in current it. Sober thought and fear- Labrador retriever way it has In the past ,week cycle] (if possible with your Old Sandstone Land Office, located -
time he was with the
us. the Harold
at Warp
less criticism are impossible without Sam might have to put washing machine
political estimates is the point that, to rascal .retrieved just i a snorkel ) and flush out Pioneer Village at Minden in

many voters, the very courage profile critical thinkers and thinking critics. everything you could on his own S S snozzle.* the after \use.machine and sterilize it outh central Nebraska.

which has been a Kennedy hallmark and Such must be the from the trash heap out -. -
given opportunity and deposited the junk However, the rains will probably .' ..... .c .-.-...- -r- I r'-'
the quality of sound judgment and "grace to come together, to see new smack at our front : ] restore the lakes to their "
under pressure" which a presidential aspirant usual levels and that should -<
facts in the light of old principles and we think he was
must seem to have, have been make a lot of people happy.!
Labrador /when he left. -r",4imitnoa
placed at issue in the case of Edward Ken- evaluate old principles in the light of S Incidentally. we keep hearingthe

nedy. So many questions remained unanswered new facts by deliberation, debate and Sam cleaned] up the ] term "mean high water
mark" and to we'd it
nor were they answered by his dialogue. For democracy's need number of times. and 'means a flood that is say mean .- -.'..:
effective television speech seeking a for wisdom will lose patience with the -
remain as perennialas enough to send water swirling
Massachusetts until when It. for want of 1'8tl/l
its need for liberty. Not into ft person's home.
only external :-
instance, why did not only the Sen- -- -

ator but his cousin Joseph Gargan and his vigilance but unending self- automatically safe. It's how you
Markham examination must be the ) : it's UI'S handle pesticides that makes
attorney Paul delay lengthily perennial o WOM
their use safe or unsafe. The '
in reporting the accident at the narrow price of liberty, because the work of simplest rule to all to Insure oO

bridge? Whatever the duty of a lawyer to self-government never ceases." r against unpleasant or dangerous :; J1J

his client, it seemed strange for three results SOME ADVERTISING i iv. : "Follow the Label." Ao.t.; -: 'i....... ..:;: .. ;' _

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County County Extension counts are lowered when certain IIF. IMIKI'AKKU: : |I"'C".III tin: IMKU IIOMI' !IHO.II liing "ivfinnif
TELEGRAPH Home detergents are ued are not I OK 'I'UK: U ."'\MII.I''lt sliai.. |>ly. If use: waves are
Economics Agent factual According to U. S. Consumer ..I "H, laifte, It it |>ossilile, fin .1.1TIXH s
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and mosquitoes> bite you. Files U. S. Department of Agrlculu- II it (.uui'iuig; ) passing S' I I'X) nine' hh
lall. Hut line kw
Long distance aic .1 lips 1'11 .
phone calls are carry disease. Ants are a gen. ture conducted studies on home alonjj I liy I Ihc rtiuiiicle: I. ;.News; Sd. i / iiiulm I.
one of the latest gimmicks used eral nuisance. ,, Km i '....'111".11,,, will luiil' I lh.it, in
laundry techniques about 2 III.U' liMY liilp allY 'IMMIIII.IM, ", .
to Bell magazines .5".5 igI(lil Mil Nliis. I lie' lUipisl wi .-l.
and (
household It takes a combination of continuous years ago and concluded that lie inn inlii, ,iinr.iinili.ir, walir. .
MMIIFLORI 'iiMially u.s.kc,1 ill Kiloi, anil I
items. ;
Representing Itself as a good 'IllllXpdlCll, lOlllllllOMS.i
housekeeping and "Neither the water
tempera. n'mi'r. I lie A ESSON "Long Distance Telephone Club correct pest control methodsto tures nor the detergents used\ I ICII' line tiling the 'IMIW ..r ",, ,;ally, liiiiml,, mi, I lit- niilslilc' ..r
I'ray for one another. Plan" one organization tries to keep household pests! under under today's home laundering l, Ml slum lie hiaitiit' into', |. 'IK'nil in Iliv l !mi. Saml,, li.us .mil,

-(James 5:16)In ) sell tableware. china etc. According control. The menace posed by conditions can be relied on .to H.IVCS. mailv. l hy. passing. l>.11gis ill flail,. liml ... Innlil. ii|> al i.ic., : .
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praying for another to the Federal Trade these pests to comfort reduce the number of ,,,,, uilh. nlhi, "I sliiams,. anil' mi (In*
our property bacteriain 'IMMI s ll.il' sin n ,
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savings ,
and .
recognition of him child contestare a necessary part of our In the test conducted it wu take i st.i 1.1..1.| | ..
as a ,, wall, .mil I should, IKiivnnliil.;, .
non-existent. way of life-invaluable found that bacteria Rough w.iur, |>nil>leim ,lwts u
In main- counts
: did ,.,
of God n spiritual being. Our PESTICIDES ) !,.111, waMi; usually III'|;Ilc''l.I"II..w I
MUST taming strict not decrease t.isur if liltlxi.it' ii|>iiilui slows I li'SIt't'4l ,
sanitation and rignlflcantly! when .
E. L. MATTHEWS prayer should be a prayer of BE USED SAFELY | | ..r the IMMI.; .\flir .ill. win III") "' .
EdHorPubUsfcerPublished standards of living. greater quantities of detergentwere If llu. Ixfat, will I Ix passing; "IIu.sigl li
faith that hiV he ,,,, ," (
sees as filled Bugs a |I1ds''u1 "I'elillc.| i car ";
each Thursday and entered M Second with God's may be attractive to But just as you need pesticides !. used even when they slows ilown in, S.eIIIi I isus lo (lie s lou ( I link. an 1"1'"| | io.iili 'SIs,5,, ,I.I.e I Ix- iii.nlrliiiilly .. .
Class Matter Spirit osscssinff emaIl boys but .to the to help keep doubled. I ,il Ills, )link, not l..wa..III.I ..- '
at the Post& Office at Starke& Florida average your home were ins* or the', UMil.;, .\ 'lxi.il in .
under Act of March strength and abi 4 and adult they are a nuisance. especially pest-free, you need the know When compared with other di lies rust.hi : I".... ami SMII| | sliouM, Ix-
3rd. 187*.
power that enable hin ticct In the home. They get ledge of how to handle them laundry products- Including cxliiiiiily. .tough w.Hir it I s'I''n.c.l. Know 5 liml I iIa'y, I Ihr' I n.iflii S .
Subscription In trade area 1 enzymes ii' 111I.1) ,hoi, .
: 85.00
year, ; Outikle- and Into the iiiiiiroil.iiile, 'S "n signals
overcome his pi\ tis. kitchen shelves and correctly In order to do the and cold water lulls' .e to unit lie W5"
job detergents
II hi'
I trade area: 1 year, $5.50 Our prayer for him shouid bea make waste of your food. They safely chlorine 'bleaches were! lit ,i thrill. ,iiile..| r.nhcr. lila. ,,. < ,,,') of Ixnl liiixiiinix. 1 shoulil; 'Ii II.taiiy. to .11;m.ikif.isl,,l'Ss'SI Ml
hi..nl! If it Is
iii lly on. 1II..C..11
get into )
prayer) of thanksgiving. closets and ruin your Pesticide must be toxic in found to be the most effective In I mil dotviiwiml allow the wa.; ''''''(0I1o,1t i lilies ol |I""|". Siauil' ) liy I.*

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Social Security Aids Students, Wynd.ADULT NON-FICTION lJjI"! l'""' Don't Sign Before ReadingThe Vo-Tech Center

The Doctors Warren Of Bos r Plans New Course ,

\With Parent Earned Benefits ton-Truax; The Cult Of Ego-
In Home
Goodlveart; Buying Antiques- fine Print Is Good Advice

Coysh; Freud And His EarlY.
Half a million 18-to 22-year- steadily the student works and Circle Brome; Duplicate Bradford-Union Area
I )ld students are learning that how much he makes. Bridge Kaplan; Picture Fram- "Don't sign anything without rida Legislature will again consider Vocational-Technical Center will
you don't have to be 65 before ing For Beginners Nut tall; reading it," is old but good proposals which would begin a course in Home Econ

you can count on social secur- About$17,000 young people in Harrison Gray Otis 1765-1848- 4 advice, notes Bob Bishop, dir- limit the protection given the omics for Gainful Employment
ity. Many of them live In the Florida are receiving these Morrison; Collector's Choice ector of the Divison of Consumer purchasers of these notes, but Instruction will be given in the

Starke area. monthly benefits. Berges; Samy Younge Jr.-Forman 1 Services in the Depart- at the present time the consumer selection of materials! pattern
t A 1 ment of Agriculture.A has very limited defenses design and basic clothing con-
; Aaron T.F.-A&.ron Style
In the upcoming school Isee available to him, Bis- auction.(
year, Fisher noted that a 1967 .Design -Veronesl, ChampionsIn '
benefits to distressingly large number will be held In the
these young people change in conditions under hop said. The course
will amount to more than the which payments can be madeto The Making -Jordan; The t of people In Florida are sign- "The best defense is self- home economics laboratory of
scholarships at all colleges and the children of women work- Sucaryl Cookbook of Sugar Free ing contracts they do not un- defense," said Bishop. "Take RJE Elementary School and is
universities, Bill Fisher.Brad- ers made about $175,000 more Recipes-Watts; The Senses Of derstand Bishop said. "For time to read and to consider open to adults and high school
ford County representative for young people eligible for pay- Man Wilenz; Paul Valery example, some Floridians have carefully any written documentand students during the regular
social security, noted today. ments. A large number those Grubbs; Belle Boyd In Camp regretted signing magazine or check on ALL terms. Remember school day. Mrs. Ruby Thomas
& Prison Boyd; Struggle encyclopedia subscription a-
that oral promisesmust
made eligible are students. will be Instructor.
Some 500,000 students Against History Houghton; greements. While most sales be put in writing. Com- Interested persons may con-

throughout the United States Young people who feel they Botany For The Gardener- are legitimate, this area does pare prices for similar items. tact the Vocational-Technical
will get $490 million in monthly might qualify for benefits on the Reid; Last Of The MountainMen Clarence R. Scoggins PromotedTo not remain" untainted by, the shy- If the deal is a legitimate one, Center at 9646150.
benefits because of social security record of a retired, disabled, Peterson; The Beowulf ster, he pointed out. it will still be there after you

contributions paid over or deceased parent ought to PoetFry; The Army & The Command SergeantMajorCommand A householder may be told he are properly informed. Don'tbe
the years by a parent who is check with the social security Fifth Republic Menard: The can receive a large number of rushed into signing some-

now disabled, retired, or dead. office, Fisher suggested. Youth Doctors EthicsBanner; Sgt. Maj. Clarence' R. Scoggins (left) Is con. magazines for only "pennies"a thing you don't understand," TypewritersAdding
Animal Societies Chauvin; A week under a special intro- advises Bishop.
That's an average of almost "Don't guess at the answer. History Of The LuftwaffeKUlem. gratulated by Col. Harry M. Hatcher Jr. on his promotion to ductory offer. "After he signs If you have questions or

$1,000 per eligible student. Tell us the details and maybewe this select rank, which is awarded to only a small percentageof the contract, he discovers he think you have been defrauded,

Their parents earned the pro- can help with YOUR educa- enlisted men by the Department of the Army. The promotion has to pay a finance company write Commissioner Conner or MachinesFor

tection for them.Explained tion expenses," he said. ADULT REFERENCE was effective Aug. 1, 1969. $100 to $150 for magazines he Bishop at the Department of

American Negro Folklore SCM Scoggins Is the Command Sergeant Major of Head ordered." Bishop said. Agriculture and ConsumerServices -
Fisher, "The r r Brewer. The Capitol, Talla- Sale or Rent
social security law was changed JUVENILE NON-FICTlbN quarters & Headquarters Detachment, Camp BIIIL'1dlncPrior In the case of encyclopedias, hassee. At The Telegraph

4 years ago to continue a child's NEW BOOKSAT Peter Breugel The Elder to this assignment, he was the Ordnance Operation' Sergeant the salesman has sometimes

social security benefits past age Klein; The Dark Ages-Aslmov; for the Emergency Operation Headquarters, Jacksonville, gained entry into the home on
18 if he or she is attending the pretense of conducting a
school full time. Students who THE LIBRARYADULT Instruments Of Popular Music- Scog lns, who Is Service Section Supervisor' for the Combined .> surveyor by the offer of

Fox; The South Pole-Sebastan; Maintenance Shop, Camp Blandlngr. resides at 741 West
qualify on the work record of a
r free". However 1Itfttia
Little "something ,
Cockerel- Ambrus Be-
parent can continue to get ; moreland St. In Starke with his wife Helen, and their four the conversation eventuallyleads
checks until 22 if they stay in hind These Doors -Facklam; children.
to demonstration of
FICTIONThe a expensive -
school and remain unmarried." Plants That Eat Animals-Ben-
encyclopeidas, which
Dreaming Tree- Eckert; tley.
Everything Must Go Water- JUVENILE FICTION and family, on Saturday. are rarely placed In the home
Even if the student works part-
time or during; the summer he house; The Traitor Game-Me- The Case Of The Silver Egg- Spending several days this free of charge according to

.gets all his benefits if he earns Leish; The Paradox Players- Sklrrow; Two Stories- Dillon; fi week with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. complaints received by Com- t
$1,680 or less for the year. Duffy; Once Against The Law Middle'un Burleson; The Phillips were their son and missioner Doyle Conner.In FINEST RESORTS
-Tenn; House of Green Turf- Brave grandson, James D. Phillips Jr. -v
If his earnings exceed that, Little Goat Of Monsieur!
case, signing a "ne-
some or all benefits will not Pargeter; Night Before The Begun Forgery Bentley; The and James Phillips gotiable instrument"causes the
be payable, depending on how Wedding Gordon; Arthur: Vietnam Box- Dunn. Opalocka.Mr. /1
most distress. Under presentlaw
and Mrs. Newell Honre Holiday 'In" this semMropteil para.
.- v and Miss Sandy Home visited some sales contracts may ( dba Just 20 miles from florida. In
her parents, Mr.and Mrs.Marion be sold to finance companies by a Mtting of unsurpassed scenic

: Sullivan, Thursday night en- the original salesman. A con- I i i beauty enjoy indoor and outdoor
Miami sumer who signs such a con-
route to their home in
pool swimming sandy beaches
tract ma have to some v
visit to Blue Ridge, Ga. y pay r
after a
lolling boating. driving
Miss Jan Searle spent Thurs- subsequent holder of that note ?
day to Sunday visiting Mr. and the full amount, due even If the range. putting green.. 3 of the
Q ( .. .1 Mrs. J. A. Gnann Jr. and Barryat buyer does not receive his merchandise best golf course on the Atlantic
Jacksonville. or if the seller refuses MncHyoaNM Ocean all types of entertainment -

to live to the Atlantic
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Packham
of Salt Springs visited his par- verbal parts of his bargain.The nest Ocean.beaches.. Deluxe Moommodatlons-air condi

a ents Rev. and Mrs. Merle next session of the Flo- ...championship frit. tioned guest rooms suites .

Packham, this weekend. marina. .several dbting roolasand low budget family kitchenettes.Children's .
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Sullivan facilities Exceptional convention '
were In Lake Butler Monday for groups 20 to 2500.
afternoon to attend the funeralof Free at-yourooor parking.A range
of rates for honeymoon couples
STANDARD STANDARDOIL her cousin, Mrs.Alice Lang- er families with children.Every
ford. Mrs. Langford died Sat- thing so you can enjoy your vacation.
irday and funeral services were TOTS AND TEENS

tist Church in Lake Butler. For ages 6 to 18,everything from r
lPIyIIVItILTI-sla l Interment was at Dekle Ceme- circus acts,teen dances,t 1e11-
IVIgj'IIVI-I' Cecil DobbsCommended tery.Mr. SERVICE. games beachfront cookouts, i
and Mrs. Harold Mills several swimming pods,tennis,
GREASE For Jr. and children, of Atlantic track &field,movies,skits, 1
IVITOR( aD. Gilbert S. Brown
Beach, visited his father, girls' charm classes.Supervised i
Cost-Savings Plan Harold Mills; aunt, Miss Doro- by 14 recreation leaders.
standard Oil Service Station Special program for small fry,
and ,
Mills and cousins, Mr.
thy ; ATLAS with a nursery and activities geared
Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr., Sun- TIRES BATTERIES to the special tastes of small tots 2 to 6.

Cecil Dobbs, chief of repro- day.Rev. Jtudcet Terms Road Serrle C ATSRUNSWICKCEOfGIA.
duction for the Huntsville Divi- and Mrs.Merle Packhamwere TAKE CAUSEWAY SO EASf
sion of the U.S. Army Corps of dinner guests of their
407 N. Temple Starke
Engineers, has made cost sav- daughter and son-in-law:, Mr.. >MAIL COUPON TOi. -- e e ....
For fine farm lubricants..you've got our number! ing suggestions which exceededthe and Mrs. Bill Phillips and Billy, I Wanderer Stucke/s-Gersalr Retort Headquarters DEPT. g 1 to :
entire cost reduction goalof at Middleburg Thursday even- HURST'SSHELL a rj>. Nx 117. Jekyll kl Nl, Seorfla 31520 ;

the division for the year end I Q Wwidtrtr Resort Q Corulr Motel fj StuckCtrritf t IM O Honcymooa ee
ing June 30. ing.Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Percy Q CasreMloa Q Conpte fj Fanny Q Vieillon date ..

964-5132 lie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan Jr. and Rusty on Sat- Service Station S KaI -- :
Arlie Dobbs, of Lawtey.In urday were her mother, Mrs.
three separate actions, Marshall Strickland of Flora- gas Oils Lubrication MdrM_ I e
Dobbs was responsible for sav- home, and sister, Mrs. Elmer Monarcj Tires & Batteries I City titate lip e
For the finest in lubricants for farm machinery, call ing almost $35,000, and audi- Fulghum Jr. of Palatka. ROAD SERVICE I.- -------------------------------J

us. You will like our fast, efficient, expert service. STANDARD tors estimate that his suggest- Mrs. Clydellersey and daughters 301 and 100 Stark FAMOUS HISOMTS AT COlf HAVINJIKYU ISLAND. CCONGIA
ions will $107,300 over a have returned from a six
Let us prove, "We take better care of your equipment.
OIL i three-year period. weeks auto trip visiting her par- .
Chevron Gasolines RPM Outboard Motor Oils Chevron Diesel Fuels Dobbs has been with the ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Shoe-
Chevron Custom Motor Oil RPM Motor Oils Atlas Batteries Atlas maker, and sister, Mrs. Aug-
Huntsville Division of the Corpsof
Tires Atlas Accessories Chevron Heating Fuels Chevron Duralith
at Johnson City
usta Teague, ,
Grease RPM Gear Lubricant RPM Delo Multi-Service Motor Oil Engineers since August.1968,
being transferred from Cana- Tenn.; and brother,Edwin Shoe-
maker at Adrian, Mich., and
K. G. DUNCAN YOUR STARKE STANDARD MAN veral District in Florida, wherehe other ,relatives and friends in
was chief of the reproduction -
Tennessee, the Smokey Mountains -
branch. Can't
Ohio and Michigan. They see
Ills three cost saving sug-
gestions included use of microfilm were on a ferry on Lake Erie,
returning from a visit to Canada
.' in reproducing architect-
drawings for reviewof when the destructive tor-
engineer nadoes struck in that area on the food
the design, a new method of
: 1 reproducing standard built July 4. Mr. Hersey took a

t r'j3. s4, drawings, and a simplified plan to Detroit to join them
method of reproducing draw- for their last week of vaca-
M"rAt tion and the home.
r trip
L v ings for final design review.THERESSA for
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips

and son visited Jier parents 1
.t flssrsssnrflrssssrssr Rev. and Mrs. Merle Packham
; Irr;,, t Sunday.Mr. .
1 I IT
1J and Mrs. Percy Sulli- r- LuI

van of Palatka, Harold Mills _" __,._......., ,,-, ,,- "':--
and Miss Dorothy Mills enjoyed -t' ; ;
By Dorothy Mill a visit and cookout Friday

t Phone 473-1518 evening with cousins, Mr. and frost ?
t I Mrs. Hugh Ingram; Lt. and
t Mrs. David Ingram; and John .,.
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Ingram, of Tallahassee who.

Sunday School, 10a.m.; Morn- were spending the week at .. !

t Ing Worship, 11; Training Union, Kingsley Lake. .
r. t tt 6:30 p.m.; Evening Worship ,
7:15: ; Wednesday evening Prayer r
Service, 7:30: with choir .M

t r- Nw t tt practice BIBLE Bible SCHOOL School afterward.at Hope Baptist I .. .

-,.,,, Church will begin August 18 p.'r <

and continue through August t
22. Classes will be held in "

the evenings from 6:30 to 9, ....
t t and all young people from nur- .

sery through intermediate ages yry, 3' n :
are invited. > -
Because a mother cares Carley ft -

Every mother knows that any day can be t tt PERSONALSA family "get together"and 11 .rig

Emergency Day-in a hundred different ways. Ice cream supper was heldat Then what you need is a modern no frost r..l .

She protects herself and her family by being the home of SaturdayevenIng.Mr. and Mrs. refrigerator-freezer. You can always! see and! ',' ..Z,,. +
Doley Hersey easily at all the food in the freezer section.
prepared. High on her "first aid" list is a Savings Present to enjoy the evening, About This Question: No get more chipping away at cakes of ice to .. .. t: 1 ;1

t Account reserve here growing with besides the hosts, were Sgt. "I might have known my get the meat out 'for supper. No more puddles -:: -.a-- .'
t Dwight Hersey, on leave from of water in the refrigerator and on the \' 1:
regular deposits plus interest. boy would lose that school
the Army, and his wife; Mr. when you defrost Because there floor'T'i'P;
and Mrs. Willie Hersey; Mr. instrument. lie forgot it more defrosting( ,
Join her liy saving Iierr TODAY! and Mrs. Clyde Hersey; Miss on the bus, and it's just -7
freezer hat 50% more
Denise Hersey; Mr. and Mrs. gone. Would musical instrument And space today's inside refrigerator for 50% more food Yet ,it t fill, r .......:0:
Wayne Hersey Mr. and Mrs. .
t Dewitt ; insurance cover. ,in the same space as your old model. i"i
Hersey Mr. and Mrs. .
; "
ing loss, theft accidental And when you get a new refrigerator'! freezer, j -rdon't +
FLQFII DA'BANK Lansin Hersey; Mr. and Mrs. -. ...... 1 f
t throw the old one away. Many people
Eddie damage have
- Douglas Jr.; and Mr. cost less .;;;;--
and put the old one in the family room. rir.ig| .
Mrs. Elbert of
Hersey than 1% of the value from
or patio. It's a great place for party foods and
Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.Don-
; the Charley E. Johns A- beverages. See your appliance dealer about the
AT STARKEMember t ald Hersey of Palatka; Sgt. .
and Mrs. David Brannon of gene)". wide range of no.fro..t refrKjorator J fri'i-zors
Lulu; Mrs. Eddie Douglas of He has a model and> n color 'for you. '" :I INI t

Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Lake Butler, and their famines Charley E. Having two refrigerators' won'I t hurl your I==I=II.::'' .:...:
budget because (hero havu bean "rli' !von" r"mi

One of 30 Banks of the Florida National t JOHNS AGENCY reductions since 19571 Tho .ivi-r,iii| > pinto' : ,,,,...,,. ry..,.,. .IK.ltI. I.Ij...aM
Group .vtr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivanof paid per kilowatt, hour by FPL served,, f.imiln-s' "
Palatka visited his parents.Mr. 131 So. Walnut St. today is one third loss I than ,it t w.is in 1 11571) '
jl ::: :::: and Mrs. Cleveland Sulli- There's no "match for flimHt i'li"<:trie:
van, and their son, Percy Jr. Phone 964-5070

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t w dn'1.Grace' Vnlted. SMS.:MetlnxUM Wo >"MU:Sun|- v

a.",. W otlnosd,%,j. "'".'1 I' 1'i.icUce ?
7:30: (.\U.'\\,.., X>> MV.: hAul YOU CAN SAVE
11"1'11111'1\ : SutM.i> School l lt 'qj
):-4\ soot. >\01'ship\ so 1"tree" 11 Li '
a.m. dad! 7:30:: \p.m.. \ruining .
"'"(1.',, t';::30: {ivin. :\11.t",iX"X '
service \\\lneil.i> .'::9rt.1'tuuvti !
of lkk1; : ""..t.I'h.'J::
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11&1".1.1:311. : ( p.m.
highland'; ll.U'liat: Simi1.l L ::
School \0:45.: : Worship noriocsH .
a.m. 7:30: \p.m.. Choir Practice -
1':311\.111.\ Prayer; Meeting

Wednesday\ : regret 7:3H: (to"t>..tn.Ve note. that F.M. On These Specials Prices Good, thru Wed., Aug. 13th ""lOOp

Kedd, who, with his familyhas STOatS
been visiting Mrs. O. J.

Phillips on Friday here, became and is suddenlyill under W-D BRAND LARGE GRADEBaking"A"

treatment in St. Vincent's Hos-
pital in Jacksonville. lie has the 1
prayers of family and friends.
Mrs. Jim Burton of Jacksonville -
and Mrs. Horace Cox of
Waldo spent last Monday with
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins.
On Sunday Mrs. W. F. Moore
was honored with a family din-
ner in celebration of her birth- Hens :
day by her family, with Mr. 39
and Mrs. Tom Casey on the

lake where time. they Those are spendingsome enjoying

this event with Mrs. Moore
I were Mr. Moore, Mr. and Mrs.S. .

D. Andrews and family of
Wildwood, Mr. and Mrs. J. W
I Thomas and'family of Live Oak,

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mooreof ..,, BOB WHITE REGULAR SLICED LB.
Lake City, and Mr. and Mrs. .
Pete Todor. """", :; ',A.: S BACON 69*
Mr. Todor arrived from . .
Ghana, Africa last Friday to .
join Mrs. Todor and the chil-


Postmaster's Mrs.summer R. E.here.convention Lee attended Insti-the STRIP STEAKS :: $1.49 SHOULDER STEAK,99 GROUND CHUCK$1.99

tute at the of South

Florida. E. in Lee Tampa and John last visitedMr. week.R. CHUCK STEAKS 79* STEAKETTES $1.89 GR. BEEF. 5
Lee's mother, Mrs. Clem- ,, . . .
mie Lee, in Atlanta last week.
and Rev.children and have Mrs.returned Don Denton froma : 6R.
POT ROAST..LB79' SLICED CHEESE 43 BEEF..10 two week vacation with his . '_
parents and other relatives in
Zanesville, Ohio. Mr.and Mrs.H. .
E. Priest and Lamar spent
last week with their soninlawand a
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ASTOR
John Morris,and visited friends
in New Orleans, La. and Gulf-
port Miss. All Grinds .
Mrs. Ernest Wells and Mrs. GRANADA
Joe Dorko spent Sunday with
their sister, Mrs. Llnnie GIl- /
christ, in Brunswick.Ga.Mr. .

\ Huntsville. and Mrs., Ala.Cecil are Dobbsof visiting IT Bread & Butter PLATE

Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Dobbs ( t
this week. .
Visiting Mrs. Hattie Darley f r .
and Miss Sinna Prescott is t.
their sister, Mrs. Georga Las- ,I
=zs1= TC ,
tinger. She was accompaniedby 2with
Jimmie, Richard and Bobby
Bennett of Daytona Beach. each .:

la The 'n"nt" Jni1.r'" Court LB.
In Ana For Bradford Connlr.Florlrin. == = Each week a piece of distinctive Granada dinnerware
__ '-: will be featured for just 29C. For each $3 in grocery
IN E>RE tnt. of K....". O. Dnneii purchases you are entitled to one piece at this low CAN
0..01. price. There's no with a $6 purchase you can
IX TIFF ESTATH OF SAID Excluding: tobacco liquor and liquid dairy products. :
DECEDENT You: are! hereby notified that a Of. BLUE. WHITE OR COLD WATER ARROW. .Limit 1 Detergent of choic. '
written Instrument pnrnortlnir to w/JS.OO or more purchase excluding cigar.tt. :
T..t Will and Tentamentof 24-oi. All VEGETABLE..,Limit 1 Cooking Oil of choic. '
be the Y
ald. deer-Rued. ban been admitted w/$3.OO or mor. purehm..xeludidingng 303 Con DETERGENT

You are to probate ri rfbv In commanded this Court.. ciglarLetl. STOKELTCGOOLD CRS ORN " 49
within air\ pnlenrtur..months from 5/$1 Gt..Llmit. 1 D.terg.nl of choicewSS.OO
tho date Notice of the. to flr appear t publicationof In this e ! te/ or mor. purchase excluding cigarette.
this ,
If 1.1/216. DIXIE DARLING 2B-o. CHEK All FLAVORS No Return settles .
Court and show cause any
you ran why the. notion of this FAB DETERGENT..59'
Court In admitting alrt will to SAND. BREAD. 2/49 SOFT DRINKS 5/l.
probAte revolked. should not atand un- . 24-a..ASTOR..Llml'1CooklnOilo'choic. :

Theron A. Yawn 12-1/2 0. LUSTRE CREME All STRAINED BEECHNUT w/SS.OO or mor. purchase excluding cigar.tt.s :

Bradford County Judge County In Florida Arid For HAIR SPRAY 48* BABY FOOD..JAR 9* COOKING OIL. 35
. . . .

'a The Circuit Court Quantity Rights Reserved--Price* Good All Week Thursday thru Wednesday August 7-13 :.
Eighth Judicial.Circuit of Fla.. .
la 1 a.d'I'Civil Bradford Action. Couatr UUSUPERBRAND SHERBET or ti.LJr
CARE No. 591

Plaintiff- '- ."'

TO: William P. Hand. 6933 .
Trolley Way. Playa Del Rey. PEACHES ICECRfMAlt
that an action fur :-
DIVORCE ha* been filed agaInst -
you and you are requiredto ;i
serve a copy of your written
defenses If any to It. on theplaintiff's it
attorney, whose name
and address la :t
Honorable Cleorge H. Pierce w ..
P. U. Drawer 1030
Starke Florida !i
and file the original with the>
clerk of the above styled courton
or before August 18, 1969 :Thnvord .
otherwise a judgement may be ",
entered against you fur the relief
demanded In the complaint" or ::
petition. :-
WITNESS my hand and the +
sen 1989.Charles t! of said A. Court Darby on July 18.' IBS. HALF J Y i

A* Clerk of said. Court GAL. ;:
By: Deulah M. Moody
As Deputy Clerk
7-24 U 8-14
.a The Circuit Court F.luhthJudlrlnl
Clri-ult Of Florliln" la LEMONADE POYATOES..89' *
:69 GRAPES. 29'
And CIt Fur II llrndforil ACTION County : . :

Plnlntlff.COVHTA.XCK'II tIDY fI'I''JOHN' LI.\ 1I1SUO1 nl,"HOI*". DINNERS..Z/89' GR. PEAS. 6 1. CORN 5 39 NECTARINES 3.. $1

> P.% Mrs O. Box Ruth 7J. lilitliop Laguna Beach : . .. EARS :

To NOTICE: Ilo'reb'y Ob': SUIT' Notified thatan CR. PIES . .s/i. LEMON PIE .. 99* LETTUCE. HEADS 49 TOMATOES 29

You action Are for lvorce has) been '..... ........................ ,..... ....... .
filed against. you and you are
required to serve a copy o-f your :: .
defense*. If any to It. on the .IId71 I I : : :
.plaintiff's nd address attorney Is Honorable whose for name] / :: ; I ....... -..----...... I I ......-....,...-----.... : I ...... ......... .- ---- .: ..
fife 11. Pierre 203-205: N. Temple -- OUt HOMMKL CUftet e'! ... .
Avenue Mtarke. Florida. 32'>'J1. 1 Boneless Ham '1 t* OZ JAIt AVTOItCoffee .,. ".. SI.oo 11.OS. DISINFECTANT' I.' ........IN. N II Y : .
and file the urlKlnnl with the ..... : ( Creameraooo J( Candy Lysol Spray : 4 :
clerk of the above myleil court I ,,-... aOOO THRU AUO 13X "' "J ": THRU AYOa : .w.a .. Garden Spray .: .
on otherwise or 'before a Judicvnient August 11.may 190! be! : II *to .. ....,N".'...... : t ..'M..... .'...... I; OOO......TMNU..... .."_...,. OOOO.. .TMItu,.... ._""..... 1 S ,: IeYJ..'.(..>.IIINIVN_ I. : :
entered uKulnnl the relief S . ..........
deinitndfd: : 1.,0'c. : ','pin In I im.miEXAA..iEX. : II
or petition.WiUxee .AA.Tmm-i: RA.EX. -RA: EX.-rRA:1: :

of until' Court my on hand July nail 9.the 1969.seal I'''N j ,: I I -IN>M.GREEN I.H.fcBH>.M STAMPS W MMN.I I. I I .JfM.,....Now.GREEN t.YNw STAMPS W wNtuM M I I M d?f M.uN GREEN fM,STAMPS W NMw.N M I I a d,/l..NNN GREEN.w..w STAMPS w N r..w M I I JK: JSJttEN.STAMPS.rr.,, 1 ; ... .
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As jay llrulnh'lork M. Moody 1: 4J( Eggo Waffles tj( Onion Rings : h( Deviled Crab 4J( Roatraooo ONiitseBeef 4x Pork N'.lY Chops INIY :I
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are expensive Items.
SENIOR We are Interested! In Joining
with other organizations such

.CITIZENS as the: American Association of
. Retired Persons American Association

.. ...... vII P .. of Retired Teachers,
Trade Unions, and others sympathetic .
A spectacular achievement 'to our cause, and who
DIBS been made. An American are ,trying to reach the same
;. piss! put his footprint and the IT.S goals. This! would give us greater -
. -.flag on the moon. We are leverage when discussion
proud of this successful effort and action comes up in the IT. I

. but we ponder at the terrific S. Congress.Our .. ---
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venture. .-.r S liD //I 1 I
cost of such a delegate, Mary' Allen to
, ,' The problems facing: us on the Bradford Community Service BVKXORKZNr: sAPTISTCHURCH
Center, that LAWTKT.
suggested '
ance. word be printed in favor of CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRISTOF Sunday School: 10 a.m. Mornk Sunday: Bible Study 10*. m.; Sunday. School 10 a.m.; MornIng Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.

tie: grocery tore, are preplexed their "self help" program which CHURCH LATTER-DAY SAINTS > Worship, 11::15. Sunday- ilor fling.. Worship and Commun- Worship 11 a, m.; Evening Morning Worship. 11 a. m.Youth
each and every week by the will be held Aug. 16 at the Recreation Sunday School 10 11 L m.. 416 East Call St. Mgmt service 8:30.: Highway, ion .I Service 11 a. m. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m.; Prayer Fellowship, 6 p. m. Choir.Prac
Worship Service a. m.
mark-ups of one and two centson Center grounds. Have" 7 Sunday Priesthood, 8:30: 133. nortbweet of Lawtey.-Rev.B. rorl lce.s, 8:00.: Meeting 7:30: p. m.: Wednesday tree Wednesday 8 p. m.
Evening Service. p.m. a.m. Sunday School 10. Sacrament .: W cxlnesday Worship service 7 Rev. J. C. Heaters, pastor Robert
the necessities to live The a heart I Turn out and enjoy Tuesday Night Cottage PrayetThursday L. Bennett paator. Rev D. Duron
seniors have to live on a fixed the fish pond, popcorn, candy 3 eting. 11:15.: S. m. Minister Jack P. Bell
Most of worked and Monday Primary 4:30: MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL;
Income. us bars, home made cookies sack Meeting p.m. PINK LEVEL BAPTIST
Night. Prayer
earned in the early 1930s when race pass) the stick fortune in church. 7:3 Tuesday MIA 7:30: p.m. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning NORTHSIDE BAPTIST Sunday! -9:45: a, m Sunday KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST
: p.m.
small. Thereforeour Wednesday Relief Society CHURCH School, 11:00: a. m. Morning CHURCH
Income was telling and rummage sale. This Youth. night Worship 11 m. PreServlcea
pensions) are Reared to Is a worthy cause, the 7:30: ServIce 7:30: p.m. (Booster. Band Young Schedule of services, : Sunday Worship 6:00: p. m Training Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Training
those times the depression need' your help so give. : p.m.Ivy Luke. Pastor"SMYRNA & -Dean Hansen People, and Prayer Service). er' School 9:45: a. m. Morning Warship Union, 7:00: p m. Evening Wor Union 10:15: am. Morning
years! What can we do aboutIt Many seniors have returned Branch President p. m. Evening Worship 7 p. m'' 10:45: : a. m. Training Un ship., Worship 11 a, m. Evening Worship
? Organization is the key to from vacation and' : MISSIONARY Midweek Service Wednesday' ion.. 6:45: p. m Evening Service Wednesday! :JU Prayer Services ; 7:30: p, m, Mid-week Prayer
we expect :a
this and the many other problems big turn out at our next meet. BAPTIST CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:30 p. m. E. R. Bowers D. D, 7\I5.:;: Mid-Week Prayer Service 1st and 3rd Wednesday Service, Wednesday 7:30: p,
which we face dally. Ing, Tuesday Aug. 12. at the 1>33 W. Pratt St. Sunday Services BAPTIST MISSION paator. Wednesday 7:45: p. m. night-1:00: p. m. Family night. m. Come let us worship together

We know.that a country store, Recreation Center 1 p.m.rtth : Sunday School, 10 a. mPreaching U. S 301 North, behind TM- .
: newspaper, or a large corpora::, visions of better days for the .., 11 a. m. Training tee Freez Drive In. Sunday
anon cannot exist without or elderly and poor. t1ni<:.l1, 3:45: p. nit Evening Worship School 10 a.m. Worship Service

ganization. which is necessaryto -Joe errlgaTl1 7 p. m. Everyone welcome. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer
the life of man. -Elder A. O. Flynn, pafetor Service 7:30: p.m. Wednesday. I I:
Seniorcitizens are organized -Leroy Olive pastor; E L. ce" rii'r'll1t"rti i ii.. .
nationally, statewide and locaL St. Marks Episcopal Orims, associate pastor. I2I ft M fit fl M"fl'm ftflflflflff a.flllJLQjmJiJlfl&&&&ILaJiJiLa&a& a JAsjL
ly for the sole purpose. of pro > ;Sunday Services
tecting their Interest that Is .- \ Qa4a' ( t vaoa LwM 8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist .EVERGREEN BAP1'I.9'f.LaHlitwaLW.
improved pensions. Medicareand 10 a.m. Church School the Matvels ofod's Creations i
.. 'NclI1l\1tUt\
Medicaid. Most of us need 11 a.m. Family Service ....
eyeglasses, false teeth, bearing Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd School. -,m.
1)) MorningWorahjp., 11:15. Sunday +{
aids, arch supports and other e.6 Sundays: Morning Prayer 2nd Night Service. -
devices and medicines for bet and 4th Sundays.
B. L, Bennett! pastor WHY DO FISH LIVE IN WATER? We can answer this ,c ca
''.. ter living and health, and these ......
TRACE BAPTIST CHURCH. CHURCH OF GOD question partially by saying> that their lungs were ;:.:.

Highway 100-A 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. the However, ::
REVIVAL SERVICES created: to draw oxygen from water. to
Sunday School, 10 'a.m. Morning Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship <'S"

. Worship, 11. Training Un Services, 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. know how and why we must look to God's word. :#:+
ion, 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8. m. Prayer Meeting Friday 7:30 :':.:;:
: DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCHMon. Wednesday: Prayer Meeting 8 p. m. Rev. Chester J. Shouippe( "In the beginning God created the heauen and the :-::;:

p.m. Rev. Virgil Lovett. paetoe.
pastor. earth." .. "And God laid,let the water bring
., Aug. 11 Through Sun., Aug. 17 HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH ,
:' (Highway 100 at Theressa) forth abundantly/ mouing creature
MADISON STREET Sunday School-10 a. m. k" :rf:
;: Dr. Harold F. Green, Evangelist BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship.-11 a. m.Training that hath 'life ." I

Union.-6:30: p. m
: of Central Baptist! Church, Gainesville, Ga. Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morn- Evening Won ship-7:15: p. m. Attend Church: and worship the one who 3 !#;

Ing Worship, 11. Youth Choir Wednesday' Night Prayer Sex- :
Practice, 4:30 Youth Fellowship vlcea-7:30 Merle created these marvel :
: Song Service p.m. : p. in. Rev.
Starting Supper. 5:45: : Train- Packham, pastor.
: 7:30 Nightly Ing Union, 6:15: ; WMU Prayer f fI

Circle, 7:15.: Evening Worship, FIRST!! ASSEMBLY OF GOD

7:30.:Monday Friday Vacation OF STARKE __ ::
Everyone Cordially Invited West Weldon St, and Raiford
: Bible School, 7 p.m. All ages, Road ogenefn\ .::.

*"* "'******'"""""" nursery through adults.Church Choir Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. I \is Gol1'\ o\l\lolnl\\ ed nO'tjledq' \ ::
Wednesday --
. Practice, Deacon's Meeting, 11:00: 3.. m. Morning. Worship; thethurth, torlreol1in9\ Nis l1e1\\on4 \0:1 1:1
8:30 t:00: p, m. C. A. Services: 7:00p. : this on onl1 0 loving\ ::
: p.m.FIRST opYe tor f'1\ by
; Evangelistic % \love" ::
REVIVALAUGUST m. Service His and 10 ,hol in '
Wednesday: : 7:00: p.m. Mid man to rest\wtotW4 gtoundln9\ *\ or a:' \ :;c:
UNITED METHODIST Week PrayeaMating.. I neighbor.od? government J. ond ,*"

STARKE Pastor: T. E. GllleyHEILBRONN ; !\ \ : \\ l :' i ,
i 10-17 Sunday School, 9:45.: Morn- 5jJsstfSfir.'Ssr. \1 \
I k:) \
MYF Snack e
Ing Worshlp.il. iS
BAPTIST ;::. 1, "
Supper, 6 p.m. MYF activities, ftell\'" ssrStsrHVi \ '
CHURCH, HIGHWAY 18 N. fl: r: .
PINE HILL 6:30: ; Evening Worship, 8;MYF School, 9:4.S'. \pos f,0 I < \ .- 'f :
Fireside Sunday : in !:: the,'' \ that'.how :I
: Morning Worship 11. Training (\burch it\ Beyond :;;
1 the\ \tam Y' hold\ .
Monday -- Youth Recreation, Union 6:30: p. m. Eve-ning'Service \'Iim\\\\; \\ ond his should\ \ u\lU\\ 1\ \\N T1ii
\\I r
> sy
: 1 Circle 2, 3:30 Metho- arson
p.m. ; ,, \P
7:30.: Prayer burch onl1
c ever, er'1'n ( beeodeol'l\
I dist Men, Covered dish Supper : \ .
. 7.Tuesday. 7:30.: :::. \\lOIliti\lO\ mon'\ ....i\\\\\el" 1
-- Cirlces 4 and 5, -RcL. Tommy Howe he truth %\ olon' I:
ild .
CHURCHON 10 a.m.; Youth Recreation, I destiny; 0Gol1.\ -,' r..i: :
p.m. Youth Workers Planning I <\teIO *\' "v "" :::
Meeting, 7.Wednesday. Sunday School 10 a, m. Morning .
BROWNLEE ROAD -- Youth Recrea- : Worship, 11 .a. m. and 7 p.

tion 1 p.m. College Dis- m.- Rev. Fred Johns, pastor Qlli! l
NIGHTLY AT 7:30: cussion Group, 8. NEW KIVEIl BAPTIST I iiViSSSiSffliViaJSSjYsYiiViSiyiftiYttSaiSiYaYiSiriSFAULKNER I
Thursday -- Youth Recrea-
10 ... Morning
tion 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. Chan- Sunday School. m.
cel Choir Worship 11 a. m. Training
Rehearsal 7:45.
MEARLEAN GRIFFIS Friday -- Youth Recreation, Union, 7 p. m. Evening Worship, I .
EVANGELIST 1 p.m. 8 p. m. Wednesday night aer- :

DeWitt T, Farabee,Jr.,Pastor. vice 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome ,
-L. L. Parker, pastor


Pine Hill Church Sunday Service: Sunday

To 'Hold RevivalRevival School 9:45: : a. m. Morning Worship GULF SERVICEAND SERVICECarl SERVICE 66"I 1 1
10:45: a. m. Evening Service I
6:30: p. m. Midweek Service Bill Edwards Ph. ?,
services will be held Hurst Phone 964.6111
Wednesday 7:15: : p. m. -
GOSPEL SING at Pine Hill Congregational Charles Reee, minister. Tire Truing :|i iHeadlight :"
Mejhodist Church on Brownlee U-HAUL RENTALSTruck
Road starting Sunday, Aug. 10, B4YLE88!IlUGBWA'7 Adjusting j:
FEATURINGStraightway and continuing through the 17th. BAPTIST cBmuB8cbooJ.:: Trailer Brake Service ji
Sister Merline Grltfis will bring :
the message each night at 7:30. fluadar 111-a.m. J'No' Complete Lubrication Wheel Balance and jj

QuartetOf The public is invited to attend acting Service' at U.'Union. TrUnln* Minor Tune-Upe Alignment \
all services. e pjn. :Evening Bertie.

*;. Midweek: Prayer iHeHng.Yfedneaday. 1011 N. Temple Avenue -----.. PROMPT ROAD SERVICE |
Fort Meade, Florida 7:3O.: Everyone weJ.ome. .
Dedan Church Rev. George X. Crowed PHONE 964.5899 AU Minor Repair |

Plans RevivalRevival paetor. 24HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Aye Starke) f

services will start HAMPTON CHRISTIAN Hiway 301 and 100

3 Mi. North of Starke on U.S. 301 Monday, Aug 11, at Dedan Baptist C1IURCJI I SUPPLIES, Inc.Fturq LAWSON l
Church near Brooker and Sunday School 10) a. m. Morn-
continue through Sunday morn ng Worship at 11: Evening Ace Hardware tlO S. Temple Starke MEAT MARKETAND
Saturday, Aug. 9 -- 7:30 P.M.A ing, Aug. 17. The messageswill Worship 7:30.: Rev. Cart Complete Paint Supplier

be brought by Dr HaroldF. Clarke pastor.FIRST and Sporting Good COLD STORAGEWe
Green" a native of Brad-

3-Nights Revival -- Aug. 6,7,8 ford County and now pastorof : BAPTIST CHURCH "Check With U. First" DAD & BRAD SALES Specialize In Custom Slaughter .
Central tiaptist Church: HAMPTON Cutting and Wrapping
With Rev. R. A. Wells of Winter HavenEveryone Gainesville, Ga. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning 219 Washington St. 964-5270 MODULAR HOMES24Ft. Inc Prepared for Deep Freese
Song Service will begin each Worship 11, Training .
night at 7:30. Union 6:30.: Wednesday night WHOLESALEPhone
Rev. Lacy Conway, pastor of Prayer Meeting 7:30.: followed Wide
the church, Invites the public LORID 9647059PALMETTO
by choir practice Starts Hunting ..
to attend.
d I Home service. 9:45: p. m.R Also 12-Ft.Wide STREETBRADFORD
T. Melvin Hame' -01', EST


Sunday School. 10 a. m, MornIng ONTROLi Campers and TraTcItrallen' COUNTY :
4 i-! Worship. 11 a. m. Training '
Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening! erWce. tb Keystone Heights
KE _.. 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wed-
I ..4beBibl... :\ ,, iwBdny, 7:30: p. m,-Rev. R. B. 539 E. CaD St. Starke, Fla. and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320 SUPPLIES
+ ,
cI Butler, pualor.DEDAN ; .
Phone 964-5745 for FREE
His banner over me was
love.-(Song of Sol. 2:4): ). BAPTIST CHURCH Inductions and Estimates ADDING
the Sunday School. 10 a. m.MoraIne -
True justice is based on
Worship 11 a. m. Training CO. EDWARDS
law of love. So surely the more
Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Bw MLLIAMSJEWELRY
we are able to keep ourselvesin vice, 7:30.-Rev.: Laoy' t7onWray.Tsai and Mark
p4.ti Grocery
a tune with this law of love, --. Better Service For Your
the more assured we are of Meat Feed
Groceries -
r justice in our life. We know Airpark BaXM Cftvrefe Title Problems

that the more we are able to Sunday'School, f::45 a.m.: Keno Official Clas. Rings GAS AND OIL

empty our heart of bitternessand tec Wonfrip. 11:00: ajn.: Crate Keepsake Diamonds Abstract.Tlti.In.ura.es.
resentment, the closer! we Worship. 7:00: p.m.; fbdj 'BULOVA WATCHES Jack and Gfadr Mwart

feel to God and His good. We Prayer Meeting and BttlaBfcady.. U. S. 301 Sooth Staff
become channels through 7:09: p.m. Study 01 Book afPealme. 142 W. Can St. Stark
which God's divine law of jus- Hataaa X. Modttoc."The 158 W. CaD Ph. 904-fMl PHONE 9444111CLAY

tice operates as we center our -. slleryone W....... PhG7oe.c

thoughts and our faith in God ELECTRIC C OOPERATIVE, inc
for His goodness cannot be

Welcome/ overthrown or set aside, as we to convince persona they're moat at difficult retire .OwBd By Those W. 8err La Twelve Nortfcea PltrUa c-._ .H.ip*.g Oar Members Lire BwtievKUetri4
know that God's power is at
work to adjust t'veryconditlon. mint'.."age are children at bed. Hy---.ey 4ea. HeigfcU.-!*.> >.. 47S-4fll


AUG. 7, \969

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In the. Office of the
mid estate
In The C nn4y; Ja Court Judge In and tor Bradford County. 4y. Florida, In the Courthouse .
Bradford Coun- !4.-
of "
Judge NW of .H and notified
County HelnolnThe % 2il Kast.: -
South. Range Florida
Florida within six oril County
In Starke
Bradford Florida.In Florida.By
News About In the Oourthousa' Of. County ,
ty, }Florida months from the date lon 34, Township (I Nnnth.hangs renouncing and dlsclalmlncf that thev are required to>
Andrew calendar
Probn Anneta
No. 1-1071
n.t Starke Florida, within sixcalendar i 31 "1n And Ulsrlnlmlog r Any1115M County and thatthey
of t. anv right of the claims or demands
dale IN IlKl Estate of CI..rkF.trOENl'l of the first publication ) file any
month from the 1'ublloIn
And The
Colored Citizens of the first publication" of this NKI.I R. ANDREWS : V. SHAW notice. Each claim or /I..mandmm.t And Of County Tu The. Lnn.l I.ylnic within Public In the and to confines the, land of lying:saidafnredescrlbed mnv the have{'rl.t against. the her COllnty.Jullll"e en-
notice ISach claim or demand lleeenivvd.NOTICR 142 West Call Street l>e In writing and must Thereof.To tnte
Within The Confines lands.Dated Bradford County, FlorIda -
OF PnOnATTFl FloridaAttorney the place or residence and of
Starke. state
must be In writing and muststate Whom It MIRY Concern: of August Starke,
,, ,. the plnre of residence and TO ALL PRRHONH I'VTKRRNT' for FxeentrlxeaFIRST poet office address. of the claim- Notice Is. hereby given that onAugust this 4th day In the Courthouse six .t calendar
Kl IV Tint ESTATE OF SAID PUBLICATION It. be to by A. T> 1969. Florida within
post office address of the claimant : July ant and must sworn 4. 1969. In accordancewith dale, of the
and must be sworn to by the BKCKOEMTl 1969 7.31 U 8.21.Rs. tile claimant ht. agent or his Sections 336.09 through (SRALBoard ) CommissionersOf months from the thlH notice.
NOTICE! claimant. his agent or his attorney You are hereby notified thAt attorney or It will become void 3311.12, Florida Statutes the> Bradford Of County County, Florida first, publliBtlon claim or demand of must he
Dell Chapter 168 will hold or It will become void according a written Instrument purporting The Count Jiiilnre'i Court according to law. Board of County Commissionersof ) By Charles A. Darby Kach In writing nod filed In dupll-
he Will NELL
to the Last -at R. T. Duncan
to law. Margaret adopted
In And For Ilrudford County.Plorltln. Bradford County Htntcthe "III"eof
Its regular meeting Thursday EUORNK: }SHAW/! ANDREWS deceased has beenadnltled Executrix, of the estate of X"1 .- a Resolution closing vacating ,- Clerk of said Boardlit 1t 8.1 title and must and post-iirrlco, ; nildress -
(tonight) at 8 p.m. In the Masonic 142 West Cnll\ Street to horebv""mmanct-prohate In this IN IIEtEstate >ar O. Duncan and abandoning< an unused ,residence of the clnhniint. Ills nuentor
Court. You .
Starke FloridaAttorney of Knspnr C. Duncan.IMrenerd. r>ftceaived.July portion ot an old abandoned or It will become -
Hall! on Brownlee Street. for KxeetitrlxesiFIOUKNCU ed within six calendar months 25;, 1969 county road na. 3, described os his alti'iney.acciirdliiB to- hiw.Aimust .
asked to be : A. BHOWN. as 'from the date of tho first publication JTlrat Publication On 731. 1969 \ void
All members are NOTU'.1 TO riirniTons; follows: Conntr .Tiulge's, Court. B. 11)11")
Co-Executrix of the Estate of r>f this noticeto appearIn All creditors of the estate of 7-31 4t 821TTMIrr A portion of Old County Road And For llrnilrord t'oiinly Flor- Dnnlcl :MnirvnrlArlmlnlBtrnti'f '
and time. Itohert
present on lecra.sed.JAOQPKMNI3 his Court and show
ANDHRWa: < cau"e. the
NKl: >I. R Kaopar 0. Duncan Tecease are Nov 3 as established by ..f the l.Rtdto
: A. MOORISH as) It any you can. why the Action Trustees' of Bradford liln.In ..
hereby notified and required to Board of Bond re: T 'tRt. of MAROAHnT: ot11I1'oca.t: Alflo Thornton
Co-Executrix of the Kstnte of of this Court In admitting said file claims demands County' Florida and being. : decenBpiJlNOTICK ,, rierrrAtt'.itt" .
Of By
.. ANrWKWa: deceased.FIRST Will to probate should not stand : Of Adoption
NFL: II. : \ known as Old
which have particularly: t'llKIUTcmSAll ..
meeting of the July 31. unrevokedTHKRCM. they mnv against Of Bonril Of County Com more TO .', fur tin- KstatoFirot
regular PUBLICATION: said. estate In the office* of the Portion Of Lake Butler-Starke Hlarhwny. creditors of :Mu-Kai-et Alfla I Publkuiiull, : An 11'11-l 19R!!
NAACP will be held Wednesday 1969. 7-31 4t 8-21 :* A. YAWN: County County JiiilRo of Bradford Coun- mlxiilonrrs Rand Clueing No. 3 Lying And lying nnd situate In NWVi o-f Thornton who died on :Mnv 11 8-7 ,1t 8. S
In County 8 .. .. ,
Township ,
August 13, at 8 p.m. at SE'ISection 24 1969 while a "ld"lIt..t llrnd- -

Greater Allen Chapel AME ---------------- ----------------
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Church. All members are askedto i r1 ----aT
be present and on time.

CIIUKC11 NEWSEbenezer Baptist Church, i: FLORIDA i!SIRLOIN i! i iI

Rev. Leory Davis Pastor. Bible GRADE VA' FRESH i

Study Prayer each Meeting Tuesday each Thurs-night I I I RIB, FULL CUT ROUND I FOOD I II

day night. All members and OR
friends invited to attend. Sun I I

day School will be held at 9:45 1

with Supt. I lay wood Brooks In 1

conclude charge.Regular services services Sunday will for School the be day.held will i STEAKS I FAIR i

next Sunday. I I I I II

I I I I @ I
Joan Pittman was winner of

the contest for Miss Ebenezerlast : I IiiIIiIII SUPERMARKETS II
I III !!
Sunday Daisy Bell Cole- -
I U, DfPl '"U"U.r
man Antioch was runner Baptist-Church up. Rev.L. I I S :: Open All DayWednesday I II

W. Thomas pastor. The II II

Junior Choir will sponsor a I I
musical program Sunday at 3 III

p.m.Greater The Bethlehem public is Free invited.Will II SASE I 1 I

Baptist Church, Rev. Jasper $. .
1 Williams Pastor. Monday I I Merchants I

night Choir No. 1 rehearsal. I C I FREE TOO! II
Tuesday night, Choir No. 3 and aRtme raAln
Ushers Board No. 2 will meet. I I I

Wednesday night Prayer Meet- I I I I
ing. Thursday night Story Hourat ;
the church. Friday night I 11 __ I
Prayer night Band dinners meeting.will Sat-be I -LB I I 5- I THRU WEDNESDAY AUGUST 12th.
sold from the kitchen. Sun- I I I L B I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I

day School at 9:30. Morning I I I I It'000pAw

service at 11. Evening ser-

vice, 6 p.m. Visitors always

welcome. U.S.CHOICE


Church. Rev. A. R. Richardson PORK LOINCHOPS SLICED
Presiding Elder of the
West Jacksonville District car- ROAST

ring on as pastor. BACON
Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morn-
ing service at 11 with theJunior ..ooe.awIiar
0000 gA/R a
Church members In charge.

The speaker will be Master r
Joseph Morris. Evening ser-

vice, 6 p.m. All leaders are
asked to please contact their
members for the obligationsfor
the church.
Joe Morris is convalescing
home after a brief spell of sickness PURE PORK


ana cards from friends and SMOKEDSAUSAGE SKINLESSVACPAK

members of the church. We AMERICAN

are wishing for him a speedy
recovery. (I/ SlICEO KEF AND

:' i ir CHEESE

Emma Crum announcesthe 12o

engagementand approaching;

marriage of her daughter, Betty 1.29

Jean, to Elrie A. Freeman,
Captain, U. S. Army, of San
Antonio, Texas, son of Mrs.
Teresa Gray. The weddingwill

take place Saturday, Aug.
16, at 5:30: p.m. in the Harmony

Wedding Chapel Houston, FYNE TASTE

Notice Is hereby g\vrn\ that MUSTARD
the County -ABnesiww, of Taxes OR DICED

County will for meet Bradford Cnmmleeloners with County the .Board of Florida said of, & BEANS PEACHES 1 :

county. In the office of the Clorkof
Circuit Court of Starke Florida
nt 10:00:: A.Ior: August. 4. 20oz JC /$ I HALF 29oz 2O IBBAG
A.D. 1060 for the purpose of 17oz
hearing complaints and receiving CANS J/ | GALLON CANS
testimony nil to the value of any CAN
property real personal or Intangible
personal an fixed by
the. nald County Assessor, of
taxed on hit aseeeement rolls for I I
the year 196! and for the purpaeot
pprfertlnnr. recelvlnsr and I ) I I

ennnllzlnpr County such Awiesfmr, assessments.The of Taxes. ; I:4/(, B:
and the Board of County Commissioner MISSION BRAND ; .' I
may. continue In ss- I I I tabor' If.'
elon from day to day for one C .
week or an long r HH IH I nweHsarv. I I I rlsp I
All persons owning property GOLDEN WHOLE KERNEL OR CREAMY STYLE : v
subject to asxeftftment. In Bradford I SWEET I l I

to meetings appear County, to at, Florida make,such ore such meeting notified complaints or i I I ICED PKO:il ** ***

the value or of give any testimony property as real to CORN I BUNS : 3 I$11 LETTUCE !

County or personal Tax Assessor as fixed of by Taxes the I I

Upon hlx. AB<.. they. mav desire I ..'- PACKED BY DEL MONTE 194.8" !
Given by Order of the Board I I
of County Commissioners of Large
24.Bradford.1969. County Florida July \\ : I PEACH PIES . . .2/791/ I

Charles A. Dnrbv 'I
Clerk to Board
Commissioners, SUrlte. Florida Bradford It County 7.31- I ',.... 8Oz $ I I BLUEBERRY PIES- .49* j Head 19 C I I


In The fonrt or The County; j CAN I *
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of l.lt'IUT.\. GllCUJfUvvnvil. :
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by nutiflod" mid, "rtniulred to present
any clulnui anil dfiimndatthitlt
you <>'r either of you, .
may: li.i\> ngu loot; the estate ofLriMiUTIA _
: II Oltl31 I I'-1.:: doceaseit. -
lute County Judge of itnol4n d County -
Klorltlu. ut his tiff,U"o In the 4oz
mutt' ( IMIIINInf. said I county at 5/l REG 4/l LARGE
Stnrke Kli.i. ,Ida.. within six, calendar SIZE
mi'iilh from. the time ot STALK
thu first publication of thin notice -
Each lalitt ot diMiuind shall\
and shall itnte the
be In writing
plate of n'.-hlo.II.... .and post .office
Address .uf the ,claimant., & Bhnll
be sworn lolly the claimant,
bin agent!, his attorney and, 1 any
such claim or dtMimnd I t nut vo
filed shall. be MMd
nilnlxtnitur i>f the lOmate: of LIBBY'S POLIDENT FRESH
As rxociitor cif the Last Will and
Testament. i"f I.IJL'BI'"I.11.. FRENCHFRIES
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.. i John Warren Recreation Use Seen

Assisting With ,.


I I John Warren, of Keystone City Told No Hope For Complete

Heights, Is spending the sum-

Kindergarten: Services Held mer Florida at the numerically University reducing of Control
[Keys/one Knifes/ Set At KeystoneFor For Mr. Goodyear.At Jupiter.radiation data from the planet Airport Property'

By JIM FOX 1969-70 Term Paran ChurchCarl John Is one of 43 students -

Plcaae Phone In Ybor Items 473-414& Harmon Goodyear 32, participating In an eight week Congressman Don Fuqua held
Patrons of the Keystone National Science Foundation
School will be Inter- was accidentally electrocutedwhile Science :Kesearcr out no hope to the City; of
Heights at work in Raleigh N.C. Summer .. -
Keystone Heights for getting -
FIRE DEPARTMENT be welcoming these fine peopleas ested to know that be a providedfor kinder- Thursday, July 31. He was Program which concludes Aug- complete, no-strings control of

Members of the Keystone additions to our community.; garten unit 1969-70 will school term. born in Putnam County on March ust 8. in the Departmentof all Keystone Airport property .c1ia:)
the Working
Heights Volunteer Fire Department Miss Martha Ann Howe[ and for of 14, 1937 and was a memberof except what is actually needed
or guardians Radio Astronomy, John Is
and their wives held her brother Bill, of Bradford, the Baptist Church. for aeronautical purnoset.\
a "stuffing night" on Friday, Pa., arrived Monday for a children In the Keystone kinder-area Surviving are his parents, converting recorded signals of The outcome of last Friday'smeeting

Aug. 1, reminding area resi- week's visit with their grand- who are eligible for to Mr. and Mrs. Richard. Good- impulses from Jupiter into numerical between Keysone y' ry

dents to mall their contribu- mother, Mrs. Elmer Howe, and garten are requested at the school reg- year, of Keystone Heights; a order so and the fed data into can a Council, FAA representatives,
ister those pupils be programmed
tions for membership and sup- their aunt Mrs. John Batts,and and 12 noon on brother, William R. Goodyear The research and Fuqua was obviously disappointing -
port of the department's act- son Jeff. between 8 a.m. in the U. S. Navy;and hU grandmothers computer. pro- to some member. \ !

ivities. A nominal fee of $5 Mark Jordon, son of Mr. and week days. All registrationsshould Mrs. Harmon Sibley, gram Is In its 11th year and is of the Council who had enter-

is reauested for memhpreMn Mrs. Mars ton Jordon. has lust be completed before Keystone Heights; and Mrs. W. supported by both the National tained hopes of getting out from
Included in the membershii returned from the National August 29, if possible.At R. Goodyear, Ocala. Science Foundation and the Na- under FAA restrictions on air-

requests will be two tickets Boy Scout Jamboree at the Far- a recent meeting of the Funeral services were held at tional Heart Association. port acreage not actually need-

for the annual Fireman's Ball, ragut State Park In Idaho, las'' Clay County School Board, 10:30: a.m. Monday in Jones John is the son and of will Mr. bea and ed for aviation.But .
which will be held at the !Keystone week. Richard T. Lovorn reportedthat Funeral Home at Keystone Mrs. J.W. Warren In the words of one spectator -

I'avilllon on August 23. Mark, who will soon h.. ft two additional rooms were Heights with Rev. Leaman senior this fall at Keystone S. E. McKav. the meet-
Tickets for the dance are candidate for the rank of Eagle badly needed at the Keystone Ward, Rev. John Strickland, Heights High School,whore lie Is Ing brought out the "first

being offered for two a couple. Scout, Is very active in local Heights School In order to fac- and Rev Clarence Smith offi- a mmeber of track baseball,bask-the K sensible talk about the airportIn
etball, and teams, .
the instructional pro- "
Proceeds from the dance are ilitate ciating. 20 years.
Troop 105, according to Scout- Club and Interact
used in meeting the depart- master Art Kiefer. Kiefer has gram there for the 1969-70 Interment was in the family Upshot of the meeting was -
term. It was requested that If plot In Paran Cemtery near tha councilmen while
ment's financial budget for the commended Mark for his excel- m..mv.an.rrvmINDIAN Keystone ,
fiscal year.Fireman. lent achievements, leadership, any portable classrooms became Grand. not hearing what at least threeof REP. DON FUQUA (center) discusses future prospects!

Everett fox is gen- and guidance which have been available this need be .- them would like to have of Keystone Airport with Mayor Ray Starnes (left), Council
eral chairman for this ;jear's instrumental in contributing to given priority.; BEACH heard, have a much clearer Chairman Everett Fox
:, and Gene L. Faulkner
of the
ball. The Ed Jlnrlght Band, of the success of area scouting.At Later, when two classrooms picture of just what the city Airports
Jacksonville, will 1 be featuring the jamboree, Mark was became available for Keystone MELROSEBy (LsJnt. Banta Ft) can do and cannot do with the Branch FAA, Miami. I

music for all ages. particularly pleased with the Heights, it was felt that one By: MkhMl B. CfelttyI : airport property.It .
could help provide facilities fora tion) to suit itself, Faulkner
Rowe can:
many friends he acquired from Joyce 475-2171 forts should be directed toward
BINGO 1 FRIDAY the 50 states, and with rep- kindergarten unit. -- Lease any or all acreagenot reollerl-: developing Its recreational
&&& "It Is rather the other po
&a&a&&aaaaa& way
Don't that Is needed for aviation
forget Bingo resentatives of foreign coun- pro- tential.
viding it gets "filr marketvalue" around. We could much easier
played on Friday evenings ai
7:30: in the recreational hall tries.Miss Laurie Ann Bachmann, Open House will !fit held at the Hello again, dear people, it's for the lease. (This get you ( the city) out of the port Rep.as Fuqua a praised the air-
NEWS NOTES Gano great asset to the
home of Mrs. Bernice look at what's picture if the property Is not
of St. William's Catholic of Bakersfield. Vt.. has been time for obviously eliminates the pro- ;
Church and visited her grandparents, Mr. Sunday, Aug. 10 in honor of happening around Indian Beach. posed $1 a year lease to the operated according to regula- Keystone area: but said it
on Saturday even- and Mrs, Albert Bachmann of By Helen Egan her 75th birthday. Friends are Gues s you all loved thA ,'n \- Sportsmen's Club). tions." He smiled as he spoke, would require an act of Con-
ings, starting Hall at 8, in the American Lake Geneva. During her visit Invited to call from three to six dition that our roads ,yverejnlast -- If the property is leased, indicating "no hard feelings." gress to remove it from FAA
Legion on Highway ,
21 Laurie FELLOWSHIP CLUBM. In the afternoon. It Is being week. So many people got then the City can use the Income control, and held out no hope

Both north.games are to the points of has Interest enjoyed In Florida touring B. Jordan, director of given by her children. Mr. and stuck in the mush on the for upkeep and further In his opening remarks Mayor that this could be done without
I open and In Mrs. M. M, Gano of St. Augustine "Church road" that they had to Improvements of recreation Ray Starnes said it was obvious showing actual need.
and participating: the
residentsare Rotary
summer the Horticulture Departmentof
Club's annual and Mr. and Mrs. Ovid close it. If we don't get our facilities at the airport suchas there was little chanceof Following the moottng.: Mayor
encouraged: to attend and swimming pro- the Florida State Prison,
Gano of Melrose; and her road paved soon, and it keeps a suggested 18-hole golf getting industry at the air- Starnes said he would ask the
join in the fun. Both gram. Craw-
on groupsare and his assistant,Stanley stuck out here port, and that people in Council to appoint a committee -
I offering sizable "jack Mrs. Lawrence LaMee and ford speakersat granddaughters Misses Sherrl! raining, we'll be course, camp site area, etc. many
pots" for the lucky winners.- her daughter, Margaret,former will be guest meet- and Sally Gano of St. Augustineand :and have to eat fish three times -- The City can actually sell the area did not want industry to study the feasibility of

J Keystoners who are now residing ing the of monthly the Fellowship luncheon Club on Miss Melissa Gano of Mel 1 day. I don't know what portions of the airport not need- there even if it could be ob- Various proposal for recrea-
HERE N' we'll do when our bait runs out, ed for aviation, if sold for fair tained. tional uses of the airport, including -
Daytona Beach, were 14 in the Masonic Hall.
and visit- attend rose.Happy Birthday to Melvin though.I market value, BUT ... lie :said that Instead of tryingto possible leasingor sell-
Wal- recently vacationing to
and Mrs. Lawrence Members planning
mothers are sad If the Industrialize! the airport, ef ing portions of the
who celebrated his guess you -- property; Is sold, then property.
rath, of Wahington D. C., are ing friends in Keystone.Mrs. should contact one of the club Chamblee That
vlsitng friends in Keystone this Joseph Dey was In Tallahassee members or Vice PresidentA. 10th birthday at his home Sun to see August get here. little the proceeds may not be used
week. last week visiting her .P. Hallman in order to pro- day. It was also the birthdate means you only have a for expansion and improvementof

Mrs. Jim Wharton and daugh daughters, Lorraine and Deb- vide seating capacity.; of his grandmother, Mrs. Alice less than a month to put up recreation facilities, but

ters, Kathy and Laurie, hosteda Die, who are attending the sum- Mrs. William Beam Sr., Rothhammer.Mr. with, I Well mean that's enjoy enough your chil-torment must go into the airport fundto Preliminary Hearing Set MondayOn
birthday dinner honoring Jim mer quarter at FSU. Lorraine' president of the club, and Mr. and Mrs. Virgle Rowe dren. be used for present and future -
on Wednesday evening, July 30, is enrolled in the graduate Beam have been visiting In were guests at a barbecue at I mean pleasure for any- projected needs of aviation.
let's look at the news.
at their home on Lake Brook- school of library science, and their former home in Ocean the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lar one, so Otis Melton -- Anything left after presentand Trespassing Charge At GenevaA

lyn. Guests on hand to help Debbie Is starting her fresh- Grove, N. J. Herolderbrother, ry Fender in Gainesville Friday Tuesday visited night, future needs of aviation are
and I my grandparents taken of might
care possiblybe
Jim celebrate the occasion included man year.It William Hook, of Gilford, Conn night. and
Mr. and Mrs. Lavon was good to see Jim Davie died suddenly and the Beams Our sympathies to Mrs. Basil Hubert brother and Palma Wayne Chitty in Starke., turned to the city's general preliminary hearing in the resented at the hearing by a

Lowry and their sons, and Mr. in town last week visiting his went over for the funeral ser- Roundtree In her grief at the my Wednesday, my mother Cricket, fund, BUT case of Larry J. Touzeau, fish- member of the Attorney Gen-
would have the
Lowry's parents of Jacksonville friends and former neighbors.Jim vices. Mr. Beam Sr. was death of her sister, Mrs. Texie Grandmother Copeland, and I -- say- ery biologist with the Florida eral's staff, Tallahassee.
!Mrs li. I". Walker and who is the son of Mr. stricken with a stroke and admitted so as to what Is needed now,
Green of White Springs. spent the day with aunt Teenle and for Game & Fresh Water Fish Baker said that he would be
needs five
daughter, Julie, and Mrs. Vea- and Mrs. Bill Davie, former to the Yale New Haven Mrs. Lula Mae Carver and Crenshaw and her daughterMrs. projected Commission: charged with represented at the hearing by
ten into
or even more years
!' zy Walker and sun. Keystoners, has just returned Hospital in Connecticut. This daughter Nancy Cochran of Ft. Peggy Hersey in Gaines- Therefore the City trespassing on private prop- Myron Prevatt, Jr., Keystone
from tour of In Viet- William the future.
1 that a -dutv reporter talked to
We to report
are glad Myers erent a few days last ville. While there, we were would have no actual assuranceof erty on Lake Geneva, has been Heights Attorney.
is at home nam. He will attend the Un- Beam Jr. Saturday and he '
Kyle now on
set for 4
with her brother and fame p.m. Monday in the
week Aunt Teenle's other
visited from direct
and feeling greatly Improved, iversity of Florida in September retorts that he visited his par- ily Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ford by Joan and their friend _benenfltting a office of Justice of the Peace The case arose when rep-
following his recent confine- where he will be enrolledin ents earlier in the week. HIS :laughter sale. resentatives of the Game Commission -
the sophomore class. Jim but will and :sons. Joyce Williams and children. FFA Gene L. -eonard Jones,Kay stone Height I
ment in Bradford County Hos father is recuperating, representative ordered some resi-
pital. reports that his parents are be hospitalized for about two Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moore Grandmother Copeland stayedat Faulkner, of the Airports Touzeau was charged with dents of Lake Geneva to stop

We are also glad to see that doing very well. weeks, under the care of his and children have returned the Crenshaw's, and left with Branch of the Miami office, trespassing on a complaint filed clearing off new beach area

1 i strlnHnff \\n now able to be nephew, Dr. Robert Hook. Mrs. from a ten day vacation.Mr. them Friday afternoon for a two strongly recommened leasingas by Wm. E. (Bill Baker of Lake in front of their homes, causedby
up and around following his recent PARTIES HONORINGMISS Beam will remain with her and Mrs. A. W. Allen of week vacation In Alabama, being more favorable to the Geneva. the receding water level.

hospital stay in Jacksonville JULIE WALKER sister-in-law, Mrs. William Jacksonville spent\ a day with visiting relatives. City; as well as more to the Baker said ho told Touzeauto The state claims ownership of
Miss Julie Walker, daughter, Hook, at 62 Orchardview Drive, his brother and ss! er-in.la\V, Mrs. Regina Hall of Savan- liking of FAA. stay off his property unless the bottom of all naviagable
Mrs. Don Morgan Is expect- of Mrs. R. L.Walker,and bride- Gilford, Conn. 06437,until their Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen. The nah, Ga., spent the weekend He said the proposed con- he could show by what meandered lakes and streams.
ing her parents, Dr. and Mrs. elect of Raymond Crabtree, of return to Lake Geneva in about Aliens' son and family. Mr. and with her parents Mr. and Mrs.G. struction of an 18-hole golf authority; he was acting. In

I C. N. Booher Newcastle! : Pa., Jacksonville and Keystone one month or less. Mrs. John Allen and daughters, W. Ellis. course on the area bordering spite of this warning, Baker
to arrive III Keystone this Heights, has been honored recently WELCOME TO I KEYSTONEThe left last week for Memphis' Dolph and Shirley Reddish and Crystal Lake sounded like a said the fish biologist pro-

month. Dr. arid \frs. Booher with parties held in Jacksonville welcome mat is out for Tenn., where he will be station.ed. family of Starke, are stayingat good idea, but added that FAA ceeded to trespass in the act KEYSTOMEHEIGHTS

will make 1 Keyslone their per- Keystone Heights and Fred and Doris Judson new the home of her parents, did not generally agree to longer of taking photographs of the
manet home, It Is nice to Gainesville. residents of the Lake Geneva Guests last week at the homeof Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter than a 20 year lease. Hut beach area In front of Baker's

Miss Marion Grimes hosted a community. Both Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Dann while Mr. Carpenter is in the agency would entertain any home.

linen shower honoring Miss Judson have been teaching In were Mrs Marilyn, Bryant and the hospital. They reportedthat and is reasonable proposal, he said. Baker reported Touzeau as
.- DRAGLINE(; WORK' Walker at her parent's home on St. Petersburg and Jacksonvillefor grandson Joey Bryant of Dade he was doing home fine, Tues- When the matter of the $1a t saying his Game Commission
to be by
"1 11I'I LiOZING Woodmere Drive, Jacksonville.Miss the past ten years, coming City; Mrs. Wills Grover and expected We wish year lease was brought up by badge gave him authority to

._-. ,\KTII MOVINGTALL Grimes presented Miss from their former home In Detroit Mrs. Clara Grover of Lake day or Wednesday.and complete recovery Don Morgan, president of the come on private property. DIRECTORYRABY'S
.t Walker with a gift as a remembrance Mich. They recently purchased City; and Mrs. Susie Glisson you a speedy Sportsmen's Club, Faulkner Justice of Peace'Jones said
Mr. Carpenter.T.
Eddie homeon said It for FAAto yesterday that he had receiveda
( of the occasion. the Raynor and Mrs. Bettie Grover of Miller celebrated his was impossible
Mrs. O. J. Murrhee,Jr.,Miss Lake Geneva. The Raynorsare Starke.Mr. C. approve, since it was a call from Major Brantley, of
Big Chief HeavyConstruction Delores Murrhee and Mrs. O. the new owners of the A.A. and Ovid Gano 17th birthday last Wednesday. clear violation of the law which the Lake City district Game AUTO
Mrs. enJoyed Those Invited to help celebratethe
home ( ). Mr. provides that the Commission office, stating that
J. Murrhee, Sr. were hostesses Malmgren annex a visit from her sister occasion at Birthday Sup- properly; SERVICE
I Int.Palatk tor a luncheon held at the homeof Judson will be on the teaching a must be leased for fair mar- the department would be rep-
and family Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Jack WIndgate,Chip-
the of Ele- per were: ket value. In Complete Auto
former on July 29. staff th Middleburg previous cor- RepairsAir
i ;t-7.J.7: ( Babington and of Mel. Baker and
sons per Hague, Donny Pilot Confab
Twelve guests were Invited mentary School and Mrs. Jud- respondence FAA has suggesteda Conditioning Repairs
bourne. They stopped by enroute Turner and of course
Jerry ,
son will teach at Southside Elementary figure of $250 for the first
Ifttt ............ ...... ...... ...... ...... .......................... in Starke. home from their vacation trip. Jack, Lou, Jeff, and Joan Miller yearof the Sportsmen's lease, Set For Aug. 13 & Automatic Transmission
Friends of Mr and Mrs. Friday guests at the Gano home A belated Happy Birth- with the future years to be At KeystoneA Service
Charles Wallenius have heard were 'Mrs. Celenia: West and day, to you, T. C. Sunday, negotiated. PHONE 473-4404

from Helen that they are enjoying Miss Kim Bethune of Gaines the River Millers and T.visited C. enjoyed Itchtucknee.'Tubing" When Councilman Joy Baker "Pilot Confab," sponsored, Little Lake Bedford
their long anticipatedrest ville. pointedly asked if there was by the FAA will be held at

ANEW and travel, staying for a DUPLICATE BRIDGE while there. Mrs. Ruby any way the City; could get 7:30: p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 13, BEAUTY SHOP
month at Port Richey, and from Winners!! last week at: the Dyal was a Tuesday supper Mil- FAA out of the picture and run at the municipal building in Key-
there making tours and explor- duplicate! bridge club were: Mr. guest of the Millers. the airport property; (exclusiveof Htnrw Heights. Personnel from

BABY NEEDS ing many developments In other Mary Cook and Mrs. E. B. lers were in Gainesville and ,vii shop-*ed the! portion needed for avia- the Gainesville Flight Service KEYSTONEBEAUTY
parts of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Goss. 1st place: Mrs Roland ping on Thursday, will conduct the meeting whichis
: Eunice Miller and play- SHOP
: WLOVE John Eliasan, of LaRosa, enjoyed Bryan and Mrs. R. G. Hogue, Mrs. Putt held for the purpose of exchanging -
ed Putt Golf.
a recent weekend visit 2nd place; Mrs. Paley Boyd and Mary -Gayle Llpscomb of But you'll never make It, Information interest KDITH JOHNSON. Owner

with Helen and Charles at !Mrs. Phil Kromer, 3rd place; Gainesville, Diane Burns of Because you are lost. to pilots. Personal and Creative Hair Styln .

CARE AND Port Richey. Mrs. Emery Cooper and Miss Melrose. Reed Purvis of Jacksonville -- Unless you've received, N. L. Woodburn, president of EveryForm of Beauty
Bes'le Rutherford, 4th place. andaunt Clara Sulli- Salvation at the Cross. the Keystone Pilots Club, says Culture Tue-s. 9-5; closed
SCHOOL NEWS that interested In Mom IIJ': :::
van of Williston, were all week anyone any
SAVINGS to call at the appointed hour. Over 50 students recently com end guests of the Chitty. Sun- The lost will suffer, phase of aviation is welcometo
The hostesses presented Miss pleted six weeks of :summer day afternoon my Grandpa All the torments of Hell attend the meeting BUILDING MATIIAL

.e irs'C Walker with a sugar and creamer \school at Melrose Elementary Chitty from Starke visited us Where there'll be gnashing HARDWARE ;:g::_

set, chosen from her china School The students worked to and Bobby and Brenda Land and of teeth.

1. pattern.. :improve their reading and math daughters of Campville came And you'll for ever scream KEYSTONEDRIVEIN BROOKLYN
Mrs. Elbert L. Acosta and skills. There also and yell.
was arts and down for a swim. SUPPLY HOUSELumber
Mrs. J. D. Bowen, of Jackson- crafts classes where students Friday guests of Mrs. Jo

ville, entertained Miss Walker were able to express themslves Strandberg were Mrs. W.M. But Jesus died, Plywood Builder's
with a luncheon at the homeof through creative art. Physical Ellis and Mrs. John Fowler That death on the Cross.So Hardware Roofing Sheetrock.

the latter, 1402 EdgewoodAve. Education classes were held In and three daughters of Jack- for all of our sins, Paneling Paints Insulation

., on July 31. the afternoon.On sonville, and Leon Tompkins lie has paid the full cost. Tools Electrical & Plumbing
The hostesses presented Miss Fri. Sat.'; \ng. R, 9 Supplies.
the last day of ,school certificates of Ft. Lauderdale. Paul, Lee,
Walker with a silver Revere and Greg Strandberg of Jack- Just open your heart, Hwy 21 N. of Keystone" 473-4886
were passed out to students
aI bowl. sonville were weekend guests of To let Jesus come in.
On Friday, Aug.1, Mrs.Frank with perfect attendanceand Mr. Strandberg. He'll save your poor soul, ,.
Ilgen, Mrs. E. T. Martin and to tho'e who, had had a The Andeson Family Reunion And cleanse you from sin. t CONCRETE PRODUCTS_

Mrs. John Martin, of Talla- !good reading program. was held recently at the Amen. FORCONCRETE
hassee, hosted a miscellaneous
: When the new baby arrives, there's shower honoring Miss Walker. Perfect attendance certlfl- home of Mrs. II. T. Smith and Cre Slime : PRODUCTS
The 30 guests were invitedto ates went to Marion Archie, Mrs. Ruby Wolfe. Those from feud*KOMI.voii4 it*Sw CALL, OR SEE

Mrs. Martin's home on Lake Jack Chamblee, Henry Dellin- this area attending included Mr. Edward's
bound to be a lot of excitement Geneva between the appointed ger Mary Haves Diane Howell, and Mrs. Tom Norwood of Indian si'/*. I...".."-."-......."'".- ..- BuiIdFngSupply

hours of 8 and 10 p.m. The Freddie 'McCa'klll. Danny Beach; Mr. and Mrs. X. RpO.t N Sun.'; Mon., Tues. Inc.

planning for his future. Now is the hostesses presented Miss Walker Rowe, Eddie Smith and Maxine M. Smith and daughter, Terri, Mm h eR 1Otek Auc. 10, 11,.12 726 8. MAIN 372-441

with an electric blender. Williams of Starke, and their son Barry cat Gainesville, Florida
The Gainesllle Golf & Coun- Smith of Fort Denver Mass.; HANIBMBROOKS"
for all the
time to start saving things
and Mrs. Blanche Cooper of
try Club was the setting for a ,
luncheon honoring Miss Walkeron Because man was cautious with Waldo. Besides these, there ,r,:.:-::-:::::::::::!:!d:49'IIX: :}i:e rdC9Y,6.'irILASS ::t3 NURSERY

he'll need. Open an interest-bearing Saturday, Aug. 2. Mrs.Nelson fire, he took to the changes of were many others from various
Reeves, of Keystone enclosing fire very points In Georgia and Florida, { I I O.C. Carnes Nursery

and Mrs. Nelson Lee slowly Ben and one from Ohio. And lie
Savings Account here, to grow with him. Heights Reeves,, of Gainesville, were Franklin inventedthe Now here's Leeon ..... $ FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors ij 1p'' Thousands of plants

hostesses for the honoree and first heater cast-iron in ; LEEON'S CORNER the hero. Fruit Trees-Shade Trees!

I : We',. a full S."lc. Bonk the 27 guests. Miss Walkerwas open 1744, but it was "The Good News" I ____ Evergreens
presented with several not until about One day lie's coming. >s i FOR EVERY PURPOSE I' 10 "IOU I Camellias & Azaleas
beautiful gifts as a remem- 1850 that people I To gather His Saints. Wed., Thur., Frt., Sat.
KEYSTONE STATE BANK brance of the occasion. took to using the Now there's just one thing SHEA'SGLASS AUJET. 13, 11, 15, 16
stove. In the evo- Either you are or you ain't.He'll } t PLANT ANY TIME -
On Saturday evening, Aug. 2 lution of stoves at '
I Member F.D.I.C. < .t"'{ Beautiful Roses -
Keystone Height. F1a.I Mr. and Mrs. William Dow- the Harold Warp gather His people, CO.

4 : "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly ling entertained Miss Walker the Pioneer Village Minden, tTeb. And carry us home. 172-4)15 172-4JSI I 'r.. LandscapingPhone
can trace the changes
Where on streets of .. \ 659.2165
I Community." and Mr. Crabtree with a cocktail that overcame man's fear of pure 1111 N.W. 4th Plea. =" '

buffet at their home on Lake explosions in confining fires in gold We'll Cnlntivllte J Rock Eroast 23 Ml. S. S. of Starke on
Geneva. stoves. ever more roam. ,.:o-o---X: : ::: : : : ::: :::::''':<<->>Mo: ZdJIiI Hudson 100
Bofgnin Hwy., at Flora home

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and the .air Is so cool that I best years now Altho 1 am

had to put down the window ready to go home to ,be with
VOICE of theSPORTSMAN l here by me. I ;put: Orphia: my Jesus I have no fears, I say:

pup; out 'In ithe ,garage> as he Sometimes I feel the thread

j 'wants me to play 'with him by .of life Is slender,

MIKE CHITTY throwing the old boot top for And soon with me the labor P CALLI'STANLEY
will be
him to catch ''and bring back wrought;
to me. Sometimes h<& iwlll lie Then -grows my heart to LYONS

Wherein I help with the Bible !brought :her two sisters. :Then quietly under my chair and .other hearts more ..tender.

School and sing "Thank; God my grandson's wife and 3 children :rest. lie la such fun. THE TIME IS SHORT.D. .

They're tearing It up fellows! he caught a 10-pounder and an For America." The rains come my grandaughter and her The wheat has been harvested M. CrallC. CONTRACT PAINTING
I bake cookies to out
So take
Least they' were up to the week- 8-pounder, and Thursday he got and cool weather, birds sing little girl, all came with food. and the oats are being taken;
end when I wrote this column. two 8 1/2 pounders. He also and the corn grows tall. We went to the park There was: care. of .between, showers.' The and put in. the cc.okle jars for

I have a very good report from caught a 6, a 7, and a 71/2- Thank God lor Amerlca.the turkey and dressing salads .of corn fields are lavely
Griffin's Lodge this week, and pounder on Tuesday. He guided land. of liberty; many kinds, baked 'Deans, macaroni stalks with the new tassels, and bought the jars some weeks MACCLENNY FLA.
most of the people that I've Mr. Zellner Wednesday, and Thank God for her people, and cheese, fresh peach two ears on about every stalk. ago. They also have lovely zinnias ,

!seen' have been doing pretty good they caught 6 nice Bass, including the strong, the. brave, the pie and two 'birthday cakes Gardens have plenty of beans, growingwhich ,warms my
these days. I won't waste any a 9-pounder and a 7- free I IDear one with candles which I blew soon be corn and ripe tomatoes. heart.

time now, I'll get right to the pounder. Roy guided Mr.Beas- God savt America, for out to make ,a wish.: Then they The first crop >of hay has. ibeen FREE, Estimates Satisfaction GUARANTEED

good news. ley and they came In with a her we Intercede; sang. "Happy Birthday." I cut, dried and balled. We are
Griffin's, Locjize ( east shore 10 1/2, 9 and an 8 1/2-pounder Dear God make America, could hear the Lura and also all happy.: Now we have had
Santa -"e), reported that those Friday morning. Betty Griffin a Christian Land Indeed I "Grandma" as they sang. My our men to be the first to walk

ole Shellcrackers and Bluegillswere says If you want some big Gar Thus sang the children In heart leaped with\Joy and prideIn on the moon we can know that twin Rudd Gas Water Heaters
and the
bedding good, big I'
fish, they've got plenty around Bible School at our local chur- all these lovely people. Nota God is surely In heaven and J
Bass were doing pretty good their dock, and you're welcome ch. There was ,our beautiful cigarette was lighted and all we are .on His .side. What a

and too.caught Alan 34 Griffin Shellcrackers fished alone and to'em.caught Last week a 12, Ninkl 1/2 Plummet pound- Flag of our USA and those hate alcohol liquor as much as wonderful thing' to happen In CARTER A heats water 3 times faster!

Bluegills in one trip,and caught Gar from the dock, and Glen 'beautiful little children singing I' do. Whoopee! We ate from .our lifetime I
14 more the next. Thursday Alan Griffin caught a 25 pound Gar with glad voices "Thank God 11 a.m. until 12 noon. Then the My life Is calm easy and Rivers Of Hot Water At
caught another string of those from the dock one night. for America." I was once lead- table was cleared of food and carefree. The Bible says "Gad PAINTS
rascals. So if you want some Slim's Flsh-'N-Stuff (Key- ing the songs and I asked them for almost three hours we sat maketh the clouds His chariot
Shellcrackers and Bluegills, stone), reported two nice cat- who were the strong1 the brave along the side of the table and and irideth on the wings of the LOW, LOW COST

you better see Alan. and let him ches this week when we called. the free. They immediately re- talked. Pictures had been taken wind." Sometimes I feel. so fft2 E. Itrowntee-.

take you to'em. H. E. Autry caught a 10 1/4 piled, "Boys in Vietnam." It before we ate. Then to make thankful Roy Griffin has been work- pound Bass in Johnson Lake, is so good to be with, chllflrea my day complete. my little If I too am riding on the wlnga

ing on the Bass again. Monday and Charles E. Walker got an and young people.I great grandaughter, Angela, 2'i of the wind. So many birthday. Utility SavingsPURCHASED
8-pounder in Lake Geneva. celebrated mY' 72nd birth years old, climbed up .on my cards from old frltnds old schoolmates
My father James, Uncto< Alfred day and what a wonderful timeI lap. put ''her arms about my my heart re oices. FOR
Hudson and Buddy Ellisof had. I do not think I: was ever neck and fell asleep on my No it is not !bad to b-e 'old, and

JacksonvilleBusiness Gainesville, caught 6 Bass happier in all my Ions life than shoulder. She Is so( lovely, she as these twilight years pass, $2.00 Per Monthon
up to 8 pounds in Orange Lake. 'when I eat with my beloved looked like a sleeping doll. andI by alone in the quiet, I read

Well, that's all the news, It's relatives at the long table, with eased her Into mY' lap holding my Bible aloud, ISing and CAR WASH
getting late and mv typewriter the good food they had all her in my arms over an hour pray my thanks to God for Economical Slade Gas

Is sticking, so I'll close, for brought sister and husband until she awoke so happy and these happy years. I have been CALL NOW
this week. Till next week, and daughter from the old home refreshed. While I held her, alone now seven years this

eo good-bye, and good luck!". town, Westport, Ind., and my .others brought me CocaColaand :August 18. You readers knoW' WE MAKE 332 W. MADISON

brother and wife from Colum .orange drink. Hence my .of Don's tragic death .on the SLADE GAS

; Directory In The County Julie* Court, bus, Ind. Both towns are over cup ran over with, Joy at this highway in his 'ambulance. I KEYS PHONE 964-7701
Bradford Count,., .'lorhln.In 100 miles south. Than. my sons late hour. did not think I could ever be

In Re Probate: .ERlate.of EMIL: MEYER wife got off from work, and We have had a lot of showers happy again. But these are the \
Auto Sales and Service a-k-a EMIL.: MEIER. Deceased -- '- I

Parrish Motors Notice, IK. FINAL hereby NOTICE given that ""' 1 CARL BEGGS
the underpinned on the 30th day L-s '
SALES accounting of July, A.
SERVICE k-a of th Emil.. estate Meier of, Emil deceased Meyer, ,and a- 5N PARTS

P\RTS _VOLVO_ notice Is further given that "_ .., Top Prices for Wrecked OlIn
after publication of this notice, 24 Hour Wrecker
.once each week for- four consecutive Service
weeks, application will be
Always Good Used Can made to- the Honorable County, -- -- Oil -

921 Laura St. Ph. 358-5654 Judge, for of Bradford approval County of said, Florida ac-- CLASSIFIED RATES New and Box Innersprings PUMPS USED VACUUM! cleaners. reconditioned Used Cars -

cOllnUnland for final discharge Springs NEW AND USED $15 up. 10 different George E. LaRue Hwy. 301 N. Waldo
of of Raid the estate.FLOR1FA undersigned. as Executor Up to 15 word ____- 1.25 Drop 17s A Card or Call SALES-P ARTS-8ERVICE_ name: brands to choose. from.( INSURANCE AGENCYAuto 4619ftFURNITURE !)
F.J.F.C'TRJlOTOR; NATIONAL DANK OP (Minimum charge) PALATKA BA 5-9166 Parts it excellent repairs all
JACKSONVILLE Executor of Deep & Shallow Wells fire
MRS. makes.
the Estate of Emil Meyer a-k-a each word over 15 __ .07 PEGGY SHALLER Water Watson's House of Refinishing. upholstering -
EmU Meier, Deceased. 209 E. Adklas St. Softeners & Filters Vacuums 712 N. Main Gainesville LIFE & ACCIDENT cabinet work, an-
PEAVY Brothers Trust By Fred Oflcer J. Thompson, Jr. Extra charge If not Furniture Repaired Expert Service On 376-7110. tfcbgDID Keystone Heights 473-4692 tiques restored: to their orlgLnal

Electric Co. First Published on: Aug. 7, paid In advance ____ .35 Upholstered & Refinished. All Makes beauty. Call C. E. Jackson,
1969. 8-7 4t 8-28 MATTRESSES REBUILT Plumbing Service 1313 Madison St., Starke. Phone
Manorial Phone 964-7061 YOU KNOW it's easy to I 964-5370. tfchg
Electric MotorsSold NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALR Resolutions) Starke. Agent own a MEN WANTED Men cottage
Notice Is hereby given that I. HASTINGS DURRANCE Longchamp Home? parents
MATTRESS PUMP age over 21. Starting
Serviced Repaired P. E>. Reddish, as Sheriff of 7 cento per word Bette oullt; for pi.Jr.1a Jiving I I
Generators Starters Armature Bradford County, Florida, under & UPHOLSTERY WORKS AND SUPPLY CO. You: plan or ours pay $295 month, promotion opportunities Lake Front Properties
and by virtue of Writ of Execution : and regular increases
710 Lemon Acreages large and small
Rewinding St.
: to-wit: CARDS OF THANKS PaUtka lot or ours. Contact Bu- in
.AOH Tenox Jax. 387-2528 Execution Issued. out of Small INSURANCEAT ford Mitchell phone" pay. 8 hour day' 5
Bradford County day week sick leave Trailer Lots
Claim. Court of MEN WANTED vacations,
SOwordiorle.&C0 Laundry 6853. P
Florida pursuant to a Final REDUCED RATES O. Box 238. Ptarke state
workers ;retirement. U Interested, Homes, BusinessesS.
Judgement for Town Finance Kitchen aids laborers AUTO .
PIANOS Company of Stark.. of Sto-ke" Each word over 50 __ .., cottage parents, watchman FIRE BOAT t1o- please apply In person Personnel
Florida and against Emma drover DOYLE E. CONNER
YAMAHA PIANOS defendant, In the h..t'h u of cooks and clerks ground- INSURANCE AGENCY Manager, Sunland Training Cen E. McKay
$680.28 together costs keeper truck driver. ter. Gainesville. Fla.
CONN and KIMBALL of collection OFFICIAL toll* JIMMY\ MOORE'S An equal Realtor
day opportunity employer. Appraisal Service
ORGANS Have seized and have In mypo..lon eight hour day.
the following State retirement. vacations
1965 personal! Plymouth property Sport to-wit Fury:, 2 Open Dally 8 AM. 5:30 P. M. sick leave. If Interested, please, BAIRDMobile SUN SPORTSMOORE Keystone Hts. 473-4816

Door Hardtop Sedan. White In Except Saturday 8 18 NooDHILL'S apply In person Personnel Homes
color 1969-1970 Florida Tag No. ED WAINWRIGHT
P456170119. Manager Sunland Train- BOAT FOR
45W-1465. Serial No. GARAGEKeystone
Title No 6620676 In a Center, Gainesville, Fla. NEW and USED YOUR MONEY AGENCYFor THE KEY TO .

named As the defendant property of and the that above on Telephone Heights An equal opportunity employ- 8-10-12' WideGainesville Starke Ph. M4-B791 All Your Gracious Living
Monday the 8th day of Septem er. Insurance NeedsSpecializing
Town House
ber. 1969 at twelve o'clock Noonon
Truck load
said day on the premises of tfohg Good Quality discount prices in
the Bradford County Jail I will RENT: TV sets, baby Hunter APARTMENTSSell
Fishing Boats C.
SUPER Reasonably by Mobile Home InsurancePh.
offer- for sale and sell to the beds, elec. guitar STICK Vinyl Plastic Priced
highest bidder for cash In hand, amplifiers Letters & Numbers for interior Gainesville 378-2785 ccl Craft 12' 14' 189.00 up. Starke 964-6818 or RelitFamished
KIMBALL: "SWINGER" the above described property of refrigerators: day, or week. DA- -
ORGANS aid defendant to. .satisfy the HMER'S. 984-7923. tfh and! exterior use. (All sizes co Serviced, Guaranteed and
"aforesaid Execution.P. lors. Bradford or Unfurnished
RooseVl'1ttall388.8519 D.: lteddl h. Sheriff I County; Tele- Delivered In Starke Area WANTED: Used Wrln r-Wuh-
:Bradford County Florida SEWING MACHINE-Cleaned. graph. tf
8-7 4t 8-23 oiled and adjusted in NO EXTRA COST FAYE'S FABRICS, Hlway 301, er. Will pay cash or take In Buford Mitchell

WESTERN STOKE NOTICF-! OF TAX 300. Vacuum cleaner yoUI'horne repairs PHOTOCOPIERS: from $99.50 US 441 N. 4502 NW 13th lli mi. north of Waldo. Open trade on anything. DAKMEK'S, Phones
EQUALIZATIONNotice aim.! All work( guaranteed. to $625. Take the drudgery out Gainesville 378-:785 Fri.. Sat. nights till 9. Sundays, 964-7923. tf-chg 964-6853 9"-871
of hearing of the Boardof of paper work.-Bradford Coun- 12-7, Weekdays, 9-6. TFchg
Equalization of the Town of Dennis E< Cogglns, Phone 431- tv I WILL BUY Used
Telegraph. : Appliances,
Brooker, Bradford Cc-unty Fl.orIda 1428. tfchg tf I
will be held In the Town SEWING MACHINES BUY, SELL, TRADE: Used Furniture TV's, Stereos, any-
Hall Community Center at FOR SALE: 1959 Ford 6 thing of value.
Western Store Brooker Aug. 11, 1969 at 8 o'- Good body, good tires. cyl. Largest selections from which' Furniture, Appliances. Toys, DAHMER'S LAKE COTTAGE for rent fur.njshed. -
all Citizens Needs
clock. To hear any and to choose.
and their complaints as pertain her BrownVolkswagen motor. $50. James E. Craw Pfaff Necchl Nelco Tools. Wlmberiy's:; Trading TO BUY OR SELL acreage In By week or month. Lake

Western Clothing LeatherS to of the the assessment real property and. within valuation -- ford phone 533-2S7S after 6 p.m.8tp New REPAIR Home, &ALL Universal.MAKES. Jacksonville.Post, 7434 Blanding Blvd., this 'area large or small (we Brooklyn Call after 8 p.m.,
goods, Saddles and Trailers the town limits And the mil- 8-7 tfchg also( specialize in waterfront 473-3261. tfchg
Charles & Sharon Patty lage rate to be affixed theretofor National Sewing FOR RENT-3 property) please call Ogilvie
Ad Valorum Tax purposes. room
.. P'OR RENT 2 bedroom furnished associate Frank Broker SERVICE
902 S. Edjrewood 384-U10 Tommy Cbx. apartment. Central :Jieat. 204 League Small (appliances
Town 3-7 Clerk 2t 8-14 apartment. 202 Broad- Mach ne Co., W. Adklns. Ph. 964-5274. tf 958 Mikeal Ave., Jacksonville at Starke Hardware Co. 108 E.

-_._- -. way. Phone 964-7120. lip 611 W. University Ave. 378-1355 765-4198 or 388-9873. Call St. Phone 964-5311.: Met*
New & Used R'1 LOOKING for a bargain Come File Folder, complete line office .
AUCTION432ACRE out to the Old Grlffls Trading SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic!
supplies. -The Telegraph
Sales Service ZIG ZAG FOR $34
Post, see our large collection Phone 9646305. Letters all sizes, colors. Permanent -

:1 MI. North of TWr Mall antiques, bottles, glass. We SEWING MACHINE Original I for use on wood, glass,
We have plenty of used furniture Guarantee scratched in shipment FOR RENT Air conditioned I plastic, paper, metal leather
FARM GAINESVILLEFOR gas stoves, electric stoves zig Zags'makes button- 1 bedroom furnished apartment. ANYTHING I -Bradford County
refrigerators, freezers, book holes, sews' on buttons, decorative -j Private parking. Renner Apts. Telegraph. tf

Livestock & Farm Machinery oases bed posters, beds and all des'gns. monograms etc. 633 McMahon, phone 964-6279.
SALE Concrete block kinds of Junk. Come out Just pay balance $34 or $8 per tfchg EXPERIENCED WAITRESS-
hones; 3 bedroom, 1 bath, central browse month. Phone Jacksonville wanted. Relief shift. Good pay.
Saturday, Aug. 23-10 A.M. heat & alr-oonditionlng. Corner around. We buy. sell or COLLECT 353-1946 rote or day. FOR SALE Clover and Coetal Apply In person Longhorn;
trade. 2 miles North .
lot. Phone 964-5367. tfcfcg of Starkeon Ask for Credit Manager. Will Bermuda baled hay. Ton or Restaurant 301 South. tfchg

TERMS: 20% DOWN, Day of Sale 301. tfchg deliver. no obligation. 1606 by bale. J. B. White, phone 'FOR RENT- 3 bedroom attractively -
FOR SALE Main Street. 4tchg 8-28 964-6114. tfchg
1962 Chevrolet
furnished !house 513 E.

Hf;(.. ANGUS CATTLE 'body. Also 1963 Valiant. 2 door Take up payments on 2 month 9-weeks-old, fine bunting stock. Gladys Harrington, 337 N. Wal-
Approx. 30 head finest with push button
transmission.Call .
PIANO old beautiful walnut stereo con- All shots and wormed. Sired by nut St. tfohg
bloodlines: in the S. E. V. S. All cows guaranteed 964-7667. tfchsr 2nd Ave. & 2nd St. SE
solet like new. 4-apeed record registered field trail stock:, ,bitch
to be bred to II & L Eclipse' from II & L Farms, SERVICE NICE COUNTRY HOMEon changer combination radio. from registered stock and fine EZERASE TYPEWRITER Near The Post Office

Marlhc)'ro. N. J.. Grand( Champion in Fat Stock: S. R. 225. 3 B. R., Fla.. Rm. Balance due $68 or $9 per I steady hunter. V. R. Ferguson. Paper PAPER, Notebook Mlmeo Paper, Bond_

Show, Ocala. Fla.. Reserve Senior Champion of Hardwood floors new paint. month. Phone Jacksonville COLLECT Raiford Road. UB Bradford Fillers. GAINESVILLEFOR -

Black Magic Hull Show & Sale Nashville Tenn., "4- Sell furnished! or: unfurnished 353-1946 night or day. I PLUMBING REPAIRS All County Telegraph. I
Ile. erve Senior Bill Powell. Brooker. Ph. 964- Ask for Credit Manager. Will LABORERS WANTED Per-
Champion: in Tampa State Fair and deliver time septic tank service, 24 hour
obligation. 1606
son of 19fil!)(; International 6464. Night 964-6810. no manent position. Grand Champion Ankon- Phone 378-5497 :Main Street. 4tchg 8-28 service. Free estimates. Ed Ro- benefits. Minimum starting SALE OR LEASE 3 -
ian Eclipse.' SADDLES-new and I berts. phone 782-3500. 4tp 8-21
used. Saddle
Gainesville Fla. rates $1.65 per tir. Apply Southern 5,000 capacity chicken !houses

THOUSANDS of dollars worth of Farm Machinery Rebuilding, Refinishing Saddle repair Shop., hoof trimming. The FOR SALE3 br. home. car- Wood Preserving Co., with Big Dutchman. feeder and
Hwy. 16 West.
Tractors.! Hay Balers, Planters Discs Plows 964-7707 Ph. pet in L. R., and D. R. and Baldwin between 8 a.m. and 4 feeder tank. Houses equip ted for
CAMPERSALES layers or others. Egg
cooler and
hundred of hall. IVfe bath, built-in kitchen p.m. 4tchg 8-7
pieces' too
numerous to list.
VICTOR ELECTRIC TALLY- FISHING WORMS for sale. One enclosed garage, central heat. forage. No reasonable )of5er
No. 840 20 acre farm and 2 refused. Phone.
I.OCATIONppro 15 mi. E. of Gainesville 2'/j! MASTER Add Machines, with price; Ic each. Bar J-R Ranch, Call 964-7541 tfclig bedroom. home close in. Priced Office Lake 473-4704, Post
mi. N. of Hawthorne. Fla. 4-lane subtraction. SPECIAL. this Hwy. 16 West. Ph. 964-7707. It
on beautiful 63 RAMBLER below $10,000 with terms.
Wagon all extras 8-7
Hwy. :.101. WATCH month only $69.95. Ideal for 2920 Waldo Road
for large auction signs. home or light office Large House And Ground" Gainesville 376.0691 clean; $385. Also Nlmrod No. 832 Attractive 3 bedroom

OWNERS: Mr. & Mrs. L. D. Whltllngton Hawthorne Bradford County Telegraph.work.-tf Frame dwelling ((1440 sq. ft.) Authorized Deaer! folding camper, hard top; $750. hrme and guest cottage located APARTMENT FOR RENT _
large metal shop with cement Call 964-5096. ltp out of town with one acre lot. Air
Fla. Ph: (!>04) 481-2266. I "ftarcraft"': "Dreamer""Wheel conditioned modern. Couple -
FOR RENT- Small'2 bedroom floor. 3 acres fenced ft cleared Priced': at $12,000 and small only. Gladys Harrington.

TillS IS one of the most furnished house. 734 N. Walnut land. A. J. Thomas Realtor, Camper"Travel FOR SALE- Plywood coveringfor down payment. 337 N. Walnut St. tfchg
outstanding highly pro Street. Call 964-5070 or 964-7444. Tel. 964-5701. Trailers Truck I LWB Ford Pick-up; $35. Soft Strout Realty
ductive farms Alachua County with irrigation Ito I Campers Fold Downs ': Pears, J2.0O Bushel bring con- Reg. Brooker FAYE'S FABRICS Big sale.
system and all trimmings. Owners' home is very FORTY 'f to 400 ')/ 'profit SALES A SERVICE I, tainer. Ph. 964-7163. Upi 2117 N, Temple Avenue. one week only, Friday Aug. 1

unusual :-bedroom{ 1 YJ baths approx. 2,100 FOR SALE1 Welch Pony, 8 in spare time using your Starke. Fla. Ph. 964-6609 throuh Saturday, Aug. 9. Must
ft. of living space. Might na well stop here there'sno sq. yrs. old; $75: 1 small horse, 6 back yard to grow live bait for I i WILL IRON, mend or babysit make way for new &h1p nt.Kdtlecllth .
) :yrs. old: $90. Both are spIrited fishing throughout Southeast. FOR RENT4 room and bath In my home Phone 964-5612. FOR RENT 12 wide, 2 bed reg. $1.79 now
way for me to tell you everything that needs Merrill Onus Griffla Low initial investment return : furnished apartment. Couple 8-21 trailer
to be Loop. Ph. Stchg room outside city limits $1.59: Dan. River waffle pique.
told. 964-6767 ltp by spring. Write Bill Frisbee only, no p.t. Call 964-6852. J. B. White 964-6114. tfchgWOMAN Reg. $1.98, now $1.79; Sailcloth
Box. 200. Mlddleburg, or call tfchg! FOR SALE-1960 Rambler Rebel
Retr. $1.10 now :J.98; Seertucker :-
FREE BROCHURE Write or Call LUZIER Cosmetics needs you, 264-6418. 2tp 8-14 station! wagon. Automatic RadIo BOOKKEEPER Reg. .69, now .59. Open
A subsidiary .of Bristol Myers. FOR RENT- 2 frame house Heater. Good condition. must know double-entry book. weekdays 9 to 6 Fridays
ED KEMP We train no stock to FOR RENT Furnished small Also 2 ''bedroom trailer 5 miles New Tag. John Morris. Pli. keeping and and
& SON INC.P. carry. 2 bedroom some typing. Send Saturdays 9 to 9, Highway 301.
Call Lake in Starke. South of Starke on 301. Call 9645193.
Butler 2tp 8-14
496-3441. close In resume to "B", Drawer A, 1H miles N. of WaMo. 2tchg' 8-7
; $55 month. Call 475- 964.7490 01Waldo 468-1222 from '
O. Box 8984, Orlando, Florida 4tchg 8-28 1322, Melrose tfchg 8 am. to 4 p.m. Itchg FOR RENT Furnished 1 bed- Starke Fla. tfohg WANTED Pure bred male

USED TORO room apartment. Couple or ADDING MACHINE ROLLS.
Lawnmower for for
pup pet Chihuahua
Phone (305) 841-4574 _Ie. hi perfect condition. Phone ford LEGAL County FORMS. Brad WILL BABY SIT in my ''home single person only. Also furnished File Folders complete line office other short-haired- small breed.or
Telegraph. Ph. by day or week. Call 964-7159
473-4575. apartment for lady only. .
lupplle -The
Itp 964-4305. Telegraph 6 to 10 weeks old. Call 473-4225,
or 964-7289. lIp Call !964-6416 after 3pm. Itch Phone M4-4305.
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