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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 29, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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;: : reat room facilities' for men the armory, as well as some ( ) armory Mayor Hurst
I Company D's New $221,000 Starke' new $221,648 National Spt. Bn. said the Starke and women, a large area for help In the way of providing said Tuesday that nothing has
Guard Armory passed unit will not occupy the new classroom Instruction, and a utilities. He said this was yet been firmed up. He said, it

final Inspection Tuesday mornIng facility until after it returns spacious drill floor, which Is customary in most communities has ,been proposed that it be
and waa accepted for the from summer field training in cooled 'by exhaust fans. A garage with similar installations used by the Starke Recreation

State Armory Board by the August. for vehicle maintenance Is He suggested that a meetingof Department, while others have

w Adjutant General, Henry W. The imposing structure, housed in a separate building. Guard officers with the City suggested its use as a city

MOMlllan' and State Quarter !located on Edwards Loop Road, Among city and county officials l- Council be held soon to determine hall."Should
a master Col. Charles M. Gllchrtat was designed' by F.A. Roll inge- who took part in the inspection what assistance might It be used as a city

of St. Augustine. worth, and Miss Lea Wells, St. tour were Mayor Carl be forthcoming.After hall, I'd be In favor of con-
Describing the handsome Augustine architects. The con Hurst, and County Commissioners ( the local unit moves verting the present city hall

new structure as "the finest tractor was Trtest Construction Dave Shuford, and into the new building, the to a city Jail. The flooring In

among Florida's S3 armories," 'Co. of Keystone Heights. Jerome Johns presqnt; armory on Temple the present city hall la in, bad
Col Gllchrlst said that everything :The installation includes a Upon completion of tho tour, Avenue will be turned over to shape, but that could be corrected

was found In order. large central building which Gen. McMillan told Mayor the City by pouring a concrete

M11 } Capt James F Bloodworth, houses various offices (air conditioned Hurst that the Guard will look \Although various uses havea floor throughout," Hurst said

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Among; the' dignitaries who, gathered 1 for final 1 Inspection' of new armory' here

Tuesday were Adjutant General Henry McMillan (fourth from left), and !Stwtetiiartermuatr. .a. V ik r
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Company Commander James Dloodworth.
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;. Thitteell'Brtt Tford -v '.ric*? >*/ *? '' *' -i1"-*:* **- --... New Area EOC Building Ready For Use :" ,: :_ ;
County fiTowerST'Jiave signed a t Ing will be" held Tuesday Aug. ,:
I conditional agreement and posted $1,300 in membership 8, at which time proposed bylaws -

fees to become incorporators of the proposed new Bradford and articles of incorporation .- The new-North Florida Area moving from, its old head- Walter Murphey, North Florida staff of 46 people, in time of the fact that walls are 17

Strawberry Cooperative.The will be presented. Emergency Operations 'Center. quarters In Gainesville Thurs- Area Coordinator charge of emergency and .will be equip. inches thick and the roof Is a
conditional organization Those who have already located on Edwards Loop Roadin day, according to Cecil Ellington the DOC! operation, plans ito ped to provide necessities of solid concrete slab,' 12 Indies,

agreement was presented at a signed are: Marcus Mosley, Starke, has !been completedat communications officer. move here as soon as housingcan survival for this number, for thick, weighing 373,000: pound:
meeting In the Lawtey school ready posted their initial JJOO Leon Starling, Arthur Gaskina, a cost of approximately Mr.. Ellington moved to be secured, and Mrs. Jane 17 days, without emerging Included in this weight 1 Is 37,.
cafeteria Thursday night and fee represent 116 acres of berries Leaton Morgan, Jr., C. F. $102,400 and will /ba in use' by Starke several months ago to Leatherwood, secretary, plans from the building. 000 pounds of steel. The radio
received the unanimous ap and several others at the (Bub) Carter, Carl B. Griffls, Wednesday, July 5. be on the ground during con to reside at Kingsley Lake. Some idea of the stabilityof tower Is 170 feet high the

proval of some 20 growers. at meeting signified their inten-' Oscar Carter, Jimmy Gasklns, The staff began the task of struction of the building. The new area EOC can house the (building .la gained from limit permitted without equipping
tion of signing before the August Luther" Milliard, Claude Rowe, with a red "signal, light.
tending. 1 cut-off date. Dutch Harley Roy demons,
The 13 growers who have al- The final organization meetBradford and H C. Wainwrlght.
l'' The conditional agreement 12 Already CastAbsentee 24 Classrooms Planned

was presented last Thursdayby News Needed


SU.te,W.and Department"T.listed. Menaaco objectives of ,Agriculture of the of- Ballots Are Available Next EARLY WeekAll School Board Gets $425,194 : :


the organization as ". to

promote, foster, and encourage For Clerk-Chief Referendum '
regular news correspondents i
the marketing of strawberries church reporters In Revenue Certificate Funds ;
f ft and
vegetables cooperatively, and publicity chairmen of
a to organize a marketing association Absentee ballots for the oil 'appointing the City Clerk various organization are
A a at Starke, without capital special referendum on July 18 and Chief of Police? asked to have their Item The Bradford County Boardof Speaking of the 24-classroom

r; Block, under the laws of are available at the City Hall, Edwards said that absentee In to The Telegraph office Public Instruction has received project, Casey said "we are
;f, a 1 Florida, and to acquire suitable City Clerk MerrlUI Edwards ballots can be voted up until Monday morning. the sum of $425,194: working now on educational

tut facilities therefor." announced yesterday B p.m. ''Monday, July 17 -- the DIM. to the 4th of July from its fiscal agent, Barcus, specifications for the addition
r 4r' :l 1 During the discussion, it was Voters will be given an opportunity day before the election. Twelve holiday on Tuesday, It will Kindred Co., as the proceeds and when they are completed
of a $500,000: sale of race we'll turn them over to architect
brought out that the co-op to vote their choice absentee balkfta have already be Impossible to handle '
will be governed by majorityrule of two questions: !been cant,he eald.Regl"tratlon now ropy that dor not track revenue certificated. Don Morgan so he "can

and that ,each member, Do you favor the clllsen. books will close reach. UK. Monday' Your cooperation In accounting receipt of the prepare preliminary plans.
regardless of the number of electing! the City. Clerk'and Saturday, July 1, and will reopen will be greatly money School SuperintendentTom Casey explained. that. till!
acres he has planted, will havean Chief 9f Police? Or: seven days after the election appreciated. Casey said It will be used board received gross proceed..

equal vote. Do you favor the City Coun- Advertising. copy must for general school Improvements of $493,541 from the certificate
,r } r Jimmy Gankins, chairman of also. be In early In order to including/ a 24.c18.88.room ale, but that $40,000.o It was
the organizing committee, said Bradford High ,buildingto set up In a reserve fund, drawing -
In 8 Iwtue.. '
(County growers gather around to sign up as that some sources are already of At appear our July ,be located adjacent to the 5 07 per cent, interest, and
charter member, of Charges Big Losses Prison $28,750: was 'put In a sinking
the proponed new,, strawberry and:vegetable trying to discourage the formation new Bradford-Union Area Vo-
of a and com callonal-Technlcal fund, which .Is drawing 4 percent
Center
marketing ,
cooperative) Seated are.Bob Allen (left), manager co-op
of the Starke State Farmers Market and Jimmy mented, "If anyone talks to you A part of the money, Casey interest
Without Foundation Duncan Says The $500,000 Issue Is the
Janklna. chairman of the 'eommlt against a co-op Just ask your HollingsworthIn said, will be used for renovation -
co-op organizing e. second fund the board realized
self if a will be so
co-op of the "A" building at
'Who' Who'Jnmes
!by pledging future racetrack
bad for us, why are they fighting the high school and for equipment
It?" Charges of large scale food prison employees Identified as'Wtr. for that building. [Continued On Paw Four}
Rotary Clubs F Holllngsworth II,
Menaaco emphasized that all pilfering at the Florida State Culverson, a correctional ,
Join The Parade To Hold JointInstallation persons interested in the co-op Prison have been rejected by officer. (guard), and Huey son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
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should Join before the August State Attorney T. E.. Duncan Wise, a kitchen steward. Hollingsworth of Starke, has -- -'
Friday June 30 to the 'Sinclair said Tuesday that been selected to "Who's Who :
1 deadline. Alter that date, hesaid in a lengthy report
3:30 members will be admitted ,State Cabinet this week, following these two men are still employed Among Students In American
p.m. The Rotary'Clube of Starke only by affirmative vote of the an Investigation by his at the prison. Ha said Junior Colleges." : ::; cF
and Keystone Heights will Holllngsworth was Vice :
membership committee; office. that he did not intend to ask
All Playground bold a I Joint installation of the television i station for a President of the sophomore
officers at the Starke Golf .& Gasklns called for a show of Duncan said foundation the charges and retraction or an apology foe class while a student at Alabama ,,. le
hands on approval of the conditional were without
Country Club Friday night, commended Prison WardenDeWitt' the erroneous newscast. Christian College; eM a
Participants agreement, and all
June 30.Members. preached regularly for the
"Wise also furnished the station
Sinclair for keeping
at the Indicated
growers meeting Ala. Church of
and their wives, Appleton,
their endorsement of thecoop thefts of supplies at a mini with what purported to be
Wanted In LineupParade Christ and assistant
or dates, will father was pro.
objectives. mum. He was assisted In. his statements of various Inmatesat
Members and their Rota.ryAnna ducer and newscaster for
Investigation by the State the prison, and also took a
will at 7 Additional growers who wish WKAB-TV! In Montgomery.
gather m.
p. Auditor's office, and agents of number of pictures of purported -
StartsOn to Join are invited to see Bob Is married to
for a fellowship' hour: with : the Wackenhut Corporation.In records of the prison Hollingsworth
dinner served at 8. Following Allen, manager, at the Starke the former Theresa Thomas. ,
with Mlnox
a camera supplied
E. Call StreetSponsored the dinner, dancing will be State Farmers Market, where a newscast several weeks the also of Starke. They have one
station Duncan's
by
report -
enjoyed to music. by a live copies of the agreement are ago, Channel 12 TV, Jackson said. "But this. office son, J. Franklin, four years
By band. available. Checks for member. ville, said that during a five- old. The Holllngsworth are now ,ffrA
found no basis for the
ship fees may be made pay month period last year thefts prosecution living In Abilene, Texas, wherehe
Starke Recreation SIX GRADUATE able to the Bradford Strawberry of prison supplies Included 00.- of any person connected is continuing his education.
with the .
: 6.000 prison system I
FROM SJRJC Cooperative 000 pounds of meat at Abilene Christian College.
DepartmentThis pounds of coffee, and 70,000 and no basis In fact for /the :' l

Two students from Starke WILL BE CLOSED pounds of sugar. television newscasts regarding

Space Contributed and four from Keystone 'MONDAY AND TUESDAYThe Duncan said in his report the Irregularities prison. and shortages at Council Sets SOME PUN'KIN

PublicizeCommunity Heights were among the 94aophomoree that the allegations were based Date
Weekly to Courthouse, City Halt of unofficial Meeting
Events bY'The completing two end Local Board 18, Selective on a misinterpretation records and added RECEIVES DEGREE: For July 3rd Jimmie Thornton of Ralford. and his mother Mrs. Elmer
years of study at St. Johns FROM MISSOURI Thornton could make Thanksgiving pies from now till theyear
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CommunityState Service will be closed all day that a proper Investigation
From River Junior Starke College this week. Monday and Tuesday July by the television station Miss Harriet Goodman What is expected to be a 2,000 from this huge 71-pound specimen of "Big Mae."
Bank
are: G.
Larry
Reddish, and would have revealed the in daughter' :Mr. and Mrs. "short and sweet" meeting of grown from seed I they ordeal! from Illinois.' "Big fae" Is
Peggy Jane
Accounts now' Injured' Shanbargar. From Keystone 34.All School Summer programs accuracies." Seeber D.' Goodman of Starke, the Starke City Council will bright red-orange In color,' and has .s. rough surface making

up to $15,000 by' Heights: Thomas O. Bird, Harriet will also be closed He also said his. investigation received her degree In Journal- be held at S p.m. Monday, July It look something like .a 'Iant-II1zec1 plastic. orange. The

Federal Deposit Insur- Harper Herbert A. Nelson, Monday and Tuesday due the revealed that Channel 12's lam! from the University of 3, taking ithe 'place of the Thorntons plan to exhibit tha pumpkin at the next Bradford
two Missouri June fI. regular meeting date, which
on
holiday. information cams from
anc Corp. Jr., and Christine Carol_ Wolfe. t-"la on July 4, County Fair If they can preserve It that long;





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r Joe Sewell and Frank Spires :Attending the Majorette nl-upl I forced on trucks as well as

""If i Atlanta, Cta will .be guests Camp BIt Camp Twlrlorama, cars.
over the Fourth weekend of near WJUJhvood this week are

Mi and Mrs. Bill Graham. The Karen Pats Sandra Register, + N INVITATION: TO BID
men plan to spend several 'v'rATlt
fishing at Mayport. I II Cheryl Savage; Kathy Frees, I COMMISSIONTAI : /:
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Morar Donna Lou Patray, and Donna ,L I and family of Panama City Green I i nip.'tltlVG, Sealed Bids will
GLADYS MOOTY Y j .. State
1,1r1tM1F ,I I i? "n cried! by the Purl -
were visiting her parents, Mr. I Mrs. J. M. Vickers of Brunswick inwlnw, rnmnilMlon, until 10:00M ,
Phone 964-760S $
and Mrs. H. A, Lawson, from Gu was visiting Mr. and \ I ii>T., <>n date shown foii .
Friday to Wednesday. Mrs. S. G. Denmark last Friday i h,.'lulv sale. .n at 1967/surplus- Pine property Oum
MaJ.; and Mrs. Don Koreta Steve and Stuart Strickland Mrs. Harold Monk of Mount to Sunday. Jean Vickers DM flunks, conditions and,
of Oxon Hill Md. are visiting:I attended the Ray Graves sum- Dora and Mrs. Neat Goes of spent Wednesday to Sunday .....'. I""" ::' :'" I apeclfli-iitlon* may be obtained
the latter's mother Mrs. Arlen mer sport oamp. at St. Petersburg Panama City were Sunday with Joyce Denmark. Bishop QualifiesFor ,from: the State Km! lit PurchasingCciminlHBlon William...
iMcKnlgJit, for three weeks. last week. guests of Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Atwell and TournamentIn Silcox-Ellington Family Reunion D Bl I"ham Building, Tallahaa,
Mr< Will Edwards and sister Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gentry Mr. and Mrs L. E. Moat-ley daughter, Linda, of Arlington, M.<., Florida.AI. J. DayExeeutlve
Mrs. C. Y. Mayo of Tampa, have had as guests, Mr. and and family of New Orleans, Va. were Thursday to Monday SeattleHarold I'lrturrd above are 81 member. of the J. Ellington and J. L. Specs," families DirectorH21)
returned Saturday from two Mrs. Harold Sugars and familyof La. were overnight of 7/6
Sunday guests Mr and Mrs. Charlie for ) 21
as they weeks'visit with Mrs. Sumter S. and Mrs. Rita (Blah] Bishop, of
Mr. and C. guests of his mother, Mrs. Cowen and Mr. and. Mr. L L.
Drew Reddish and family In McNalr of Hamlet, N. C. last IStllth Christiansen. Renfroe. They were Joined on Starke was one of three their annual it-onion. Member of the family attended'\ from Jacksonville, l' lolkl1',

Wilmington, Dela. week, and. Mrs. Marian Pen- Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones ofStarke. Saturday ,by Dr. Sam Renfroeand young golfers qualifying to Lake Butler, !Miami, and other points In South Florida. A covered, dish. dinner and
Mr and Mrs. C. C. Hoppeof ntH and :Mrs.: Marie McMlllln Mr. and !Mrs R. A. children of Ocala and they represent Jacksonville In the swimming, were among the highlights of the day. TIIE RIGHT POINT for the
Tampa were visiting :Mrs.! of St. Petersburg over the Green Jr. and children of all enjoyed a picnic at Kingsley National Public Links tournament -
O. L Beasley and Mrs X W. wcpk<-nd. Gainesville and Mrs. Charles Lake. to be held In' Seattle, I way you write. Coma In
Klncald over the weekend.Mr Mr. and Mrs.: Leon Pond! Godfrey and children of AIken, Mist: Diane Davis of Gainesville Wash., July 12-1:S. and fined $150. in Jail.: against Lott was made. April and select your favorite ES-
( and Mrs; Milton Hart- and family of North Haven, S. C. spent last week at Fcr- was a weekend guest of An almost constant down- Two drivers, Ralph Alexander In another case Involvingvery 10.
zeU of Daytona Beach were''Conn have moved to Starke nandina Beach Mr. and Mrs. R. O. DanSby. pour boosted scores In. the Kellogg Jr., 30 of high speed Fred :a... Jones McIntosh request a prelim- TERBROOK fountain pen.
visiting: her mother, Mrs. F. KBolllnger. :. and are residing temporarilyin (fir and Mrs. Roy Shaw of On Saturday Mrs. Dansby and trials held at Pine Tree Colt Starke. and Terrance Lee was found guilty and fined inary hearing and the court acceded -

In the Starke Nursing the .Mary Lappe> cottage on Valdosta Ga. are guests this son. Mickey, and Miss Davis Club last Friday, but Bishop Boatrlght, 25, of Hampton, $150. to the request.In .
Home, and Mr. Bellinger Laura Street. week of Mr. and, Mrs. Tyler attended the wedding of a managed a 144 for the 33 were found guilty of reckless Judge Yawn accepted Innocent -' other actions, Judge
on Sunday :Mr. and Mrs R. E. Firth' Jones. niece, Mrs. Barbara Andrews, holes, making him low score driving and each was sent-' pleas and set for trial Yawn suspended the licenseof
Mrs,. Arlen McKnlght was In win leave In their plane Fri Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham In Jacksonville.Rev. among the winning threesome. enced to four days In Jail. the following cases: Sandy three Juveniles for traffic re<; '
Jacksonville Tuesday and Wed- day for two weeks vacation in attended a fashion show at the and Mrs. W. A. Hogan, They were arrested on Jun3 Miller, petty larceny: Arthur offenses, one for 45 doys, an- .
nesday of last Week attenJlng Massachusetts and Michigan. CUrtis-Hixon auditorium In who are on two weks vaca- New Railroad 8 by FlIP Trooper W. D. J. Manlhas, worthless check: other for 60 days and the ,.iv

theHome Health Aid, Conference Mrs. Leona Bush of Mobile, Tampa!\ recently. They brought tion, are visiting their son and Sundberg Jr. for "drag racing. Robert Henry Houlahan, other for 90. rneet", .WMMMrv.*..na fm
at ,the State Board of Ala, la visiting: .Mrs. Vergle1F'lynn their granddaughter, Deldre daughter and their families, ." Judge Yawn ruled that I driving while intoxicated: A young driver was fined .:.l j jBetter e .coma UMft,
Assessment
Health. this week. Williams, back with them for Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Ray and they be permitted to serve the : Harry McIntosh, worthless $25 on each of two counts of .=
Mrs. O. W. Barry of Brooker.
who was confined In Ala'chna\ of Jacksonville were Saturday joined by Doldre's parents, Mr. In Pensacola this week, and Figure GivenThe A Jacksonville driver Ed. Also, Donald Reynard Lott Judge Yawn commended the I Home Furniture Co.
General 1 Hospital last! wee for visitors of Mr: an/I Mrs. Curtis and Mrs. Dennis Williams and their daughter Miss Ann ward Lee Davis, was found speeding, no driver's license arresting officer and then 1200 8. Kdgewood Ave.

observation and treatment Is Edwards. daughter, Amanda, on Thurs- Hogan, In Monte Vista Colo.next' State Railroad Assess guilty of flagrant speeding: and failure to answer a sum suggested that the law regarding JlWk."nvUIe, Florida 82205DENMARK'S
upending this week With' her MrsHerbert Green. and day for twO"weelB" visit. week. ment: Board has rldU! ed"" the and sentenced to three day mons. The original charge noisy mufflers be en-
daughter, Mrs. J. E. Hardy daughter Anita and Mrs. J. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Graudon Mr. and Mrs Roy Clemmonswere ,1967 real .
and family. H.; t"S81dltattended'| retirement tbokl ,their daughter, Bonnie in Ruskin last Thursdayand against estatepropertY"! railroad and assessment I'

Mr:and Mrs. Glen Conner services for Mrs Robert E. Lou, to Tallahassee!!! oh!. Sunday Friday visiting Mr.: and telegraph companies. in Bradford ->
and family of Orlando were Tanner find Mrs. Bennie Fielding where, sh-wlll attend orientation .!Mrs.\ R. L. Clemmons. s' 'se
vlsitiffg' their at: the Mamie Jones Elementary County by $5,200( according +; n a
parents, :Mr. and at FSU from Sunday to Local admittances to Bradford -
Mrs. JSarney McRae and Mr. i School: auditorium In Wednesday.tlnda County Hospital this week to Bradford County ; .
Tax Assessor Gene
and Mrs. Leon Conner; from Baldwin on' Sl1nd4l Hood of Palatka 14 Include1: Mrs. Edna: Waadin' of, Long. I

Saturday to Tuesday. Mrs. Pearl Edwards and visiting her cousin, Nancy Waldo; Mrs. Bessie !Mae Melvin The new assessment figuresfor
Ofrs( K W. iNooies has 1oln- Mrs. Hazel Ritch spent the Dowling this week. And Mr. :Martha Jane Mc Bradford County have' 4TH OF .1' 'f "
ed lyr husband In Norfolk, past ten days In Fort Knox, Mrs. R. Q.: Paterson and' Neil' of BrookeMrs.( ; Louise- Just been received from the
Va.., who has recently returned Ky. with Capt and Mrs. R. F. children were visiting Dr. and Dermody of Lake Geneva; RAB and total $2,123,750, 1
from)tx months Mediterraneancrulsu Rltch. Mrs. Harold Bowers in Fort Fred Cartwrlghit of Keystone Long said.However. JULY9PIECE

,with the N4VY.Cr : M7s fiT: F7:: Miles was visiting'friends Lauderdale; They 'brought ''back Heights: Floyd King of I:aiw- the -board Increased J-'

$ 1t Brown of Macclenny and relatives ,In Warner her niece and nephew, Sally tey; Mrs. Ruth Highland of the "rolling stock" assess-
is vetting his grandmother Robbing. Ga. last Wednesday I and Dean Bowers, for a Lake l Butler; and Hal B. HamIlton ment by $7,550, which Is classified '

Mrs.*I. IF. Brown this week. to: Sunday. month's visit. \Miss !Linda Lyons, Jesse separately, so that the EARLY AMERICAN
ewsome, Melcolm Pownall, total assessment_. lailroad ,
f Mrs.. Margie Schaefer, Mrs. property for Bradford County:
DINING ROOM SUITE
Leoma Wilson, and Mrs. Clara will be up about $2,300, Long I CLOSE OUT
-.. Mae Covington, all of Starke. said. The "rolling stock" figure i
Buffet Hutch Harvest Table 4 Mates Chairs
Miss Lou Plummer of the Is Bradford County's pro ,

'Macon School of Nursing, Ga. rata share of equipment owned I 2 Captain's Chairs High Pressure Top on COFFEEIBS
and Robert Plummer of Anniston by the railroad other than:
Ala.. will be weekend real estate. i Table) and'uCCet

guests of. ''Mr. and Mrs W. E. With the new railroad as- TABLES

.-.MONEY Plummer.Mrs. easements, the 1967 tax roll,, $307.55 Now LO 95 ... ..... .. .
Reg.
J.. R. Wainwright and will show a total of $$2 .-.- ..-... '. .p" . "A !
.i son, David, Mrs. Charles Darby 600 taxable property f42.804'-1 U7.

and Mr. and Mrs. George ford! County, including non- 2-PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITE
Kopelousos :were In Birmingham exempt lands, -.. -- .. .- ... .- ...- .. ,
personal -
Ala. from Friday to Monday property .. ,- .. .- O' -' . ,.-. ..
and railroad and telegraph -
to attend the christening assessments. I Blue Nylon Cover, Foam Cushions

of Angela Kopelouaos, daughter said the tax roll Special Prices on Spring Base
Long new
Jackson Supply : of and Mr. John
Building Mr Kope-
shows an Increase of about
lousoa. $US million In taxable prop- I EARLY AMERICAN I $179.95
(Mrs. W. H. Holland will re-
erty, mostly from ney construction Reg. $ Spec. $ 95
turn this weekend after two I $139
-:30 Days Only OF STARKE. FLORIDA INC. 30 Days- Only I,weeks visit with relatives In will, and bring that In the about Increase ,- Sofas and Love Seats .

'I Dublin and Stateatooro.Ga.' I 23,000 in. addltan.al. revenue' .... __.__.,. _,._..,_ _... L _, ... .
Mrs. S. L. Peek. Sl' pent to the ... p" .. .. ,- ,.. ,' .
the weekend with Mr:and Mrs. county. 3-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE
THE PAINT and The new tax roll will be
Roy Ward In Lake City 27" X 54" NYLON RUGS
,* ,,; __: :attended the Sheppard-Temple ready been approved by theComptroller's
Double Dresser, Chest, Book Case Bed
office Long: said ,
wedding. Double Jute Back Serged All 4 Sides
-.B; ;2.t- For All Southern I Misj Linda. Lawrence of yesterday, and will be presented Walnut Finish

Greenwood, S. C. will be the to the Board of) tmn-
-w +E ; Climates I guest of Sheriff and '(Mrs.. P. D. ty Commissioners at the reg-, Reg. $$7.95Special $4 95

{ i Reddish from Thursday to ular meeting on July 5. The Reg.
Tuesday.Jim Commission will also convenes I Close-Out $99.95
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as a Board of Equalizers at
Codwln Jr. will leave $129.95
| =3.L.P. PAINT IS EASY TO APPLY I
. I Sunday to eater West Point 10 a. m. on that date.
AND YOUR BEST BUY AT Military Academy. The new tak roll will be
= Mr. and Mrs J..B. Burnham approved by the board at Its, Special Buy on 3-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE
and children of Largo were August meeting at which time
JACKSON( BUILDING, SUPPLY weekend guests of Mrs. Pearl the. final, equalization meeting

Edwards.... Susan and Elaine will 'also be held. CONTINUOUS FILAMENT GO" Triple Dresser, Chest, Bookcase Bed,

: -" '- + ad Burnham remained with their NYLON CARPET White Finish'
; I g'.. I grandmother for several weeks Five Given

au Sp/4 Richard. :Nipper, who 12' Wide, Ideal for Family Rooms Reg.
has spent the past in.
year Close-Out
Jail Terms In $
.
Vietnam, Is home on 30 days $119.95
.' .I\ri\ I ;, ,
;. leave before reporting to $149.95
Yard
t t >,.-....,...... .. ,.j AMIUAMI Headquarters US' Army Al County CourtFive i Only $3.95 Sq.
I. ,
I Defense 'Command. ENT Air .. .. '
: .
Force Base, Colorado Springs !
persona were given Jail
Colo.Mr. sentences by County Judge T.
and Mrs. A4 C. Williams A. Yawn In plea day proceedings -/ POLE
have had as guests, Miss Connie last Thursday. 3 PIECE LUGGAGE SET I 495
Tyson of Ocaaa over the ONLY
WASHABLE FLAT Jerry Lane Dempsey was LAMPS
HEADY MIXED 'weekend, and Mr. and Mrs. ,

Blazonry INT. OR orWallboai EXT. FOR Spectacular WALL PAINT Colors ENAMEL KILLS RUST- NEEDS FAST ,I Billy this week.Powell of Mbuldln. S. C. jail charges convicted and and fined of given drunk$150.30( He days driving was In Reg. $$24.95Only $1| 9.95:

Reg. $1.95 NO PRIMER Mr. and :Mrs. Gilbert Gold- I
Reg. $3.49 also found guilty of leavingthe
Now Reg. $6.59 to $9.08 wire were touring! South Flor- .. .. .
$3.30 scene of an accident and: '- '
N&w $2.69 Gal. SALE PRICE ida last. week'' 4-PIECE CHERRY BEDROOM
of failure to
WMatching| Enamel report an accident -
$4.39 $6.05 gal. Richard Holtzendorf underwent and given 30 days and SUITE
j' a tonollectomy last. Friday 10 days, respectively on those USED INETTE 00
fn St: Vincent's Hospital. charges, with the stipulationthat
Nancy and Alan KU&oot all sentences be .served r1 72" Triple Dresser with 37"X51" Framed Plate '

Macclenny spent several days concurrently.John I SUI up Grass Mirror, Chest Bed with Nile Stand. High
I T E-
1 this week with their uncle and Wesley Grant, of
acv I I aunt Mr. and M'1's.lohn To- Starke, also found guilty of Pressure Plastic Tops

I: rode.Mr. driving while Intoxicated, was,
and Mrs John Pearsonand sentenced to 30 days In Jail ,
I I Reg.

I were children Sunday supper of Stockton.guests Ga.of Mrs.' Gladys Weldon ; 2-PIECE SOFA BED SUITES Close-Out $299.95Reinforced

I 'iifanic.oussnvr i I IIIt Mr. and Mra. L. D. Vining., ed last week from $349.95
"" "'. months visit with return-I Reinforced Vinyl Plastic Covers,;;
=GLOSS EXT. H.P. $ Mr. and Mrs. Michael O' her
FOR WOOD ENAMEL FOR .4 Brien of Winchester, Va. will law and daughter Mr. and Choice of Colors '
Mildew PORCH FLOORS arrive Sunday for two weeks Mrs. Peter Alogna and baby I Purchase
Resistant visit with her parents.Mr. and ,daughter In Westfield, Mass. I
: Reg. $7.20 Reg. $7.41 "t ,:., Mrs. T. H. Slade. Mr. and Mrs. Alogna returned I Reg. $$169.95 Now $09-95 LA-Z-BOY RECLINING ROCKER

NSw. $4.80: Now$4.94 Mrs. Grace Nichols of Starke with Mrs. Weldon for two
PRIMELESS has been admitted tothe weeks visit and then will goo

: 33 1-3% OFF UNCONDITIONALLY OS| Paint For Wood Starke Nursing Home. home.St. Petersburg to make:! ,their I Reg. $190 Special $149.95|

: GUARANTEED PAINT Or Masonry-Acrylic Mrs. Jess Walker and children
Mrs. T. HP
- Long: was visiting .
: 20% OFF ON MOST SUNDRY Reg. $8.10 of Fort Lauderdale and Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long Jr. RUBBER
Mrs. R. W. Underll! and tn I
Now Memphis, Term last
$5.40
week
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ITEMS -
children of Melbourne are 84"
QUILTED SOFA
spending a week with their I00
DOOR
parents') .Mr..and. Mr J. H. THE BRADFORD Cushions
= PAINTS NOW Latex Rubber Coil Spring Base
.. SPRAY reg.' $1.35 - $1.01 Moncrief at Kingsley Lake. Mr. COUNTY TELEGRAPH' -

Walker and Mr. Undierlll will 'rIATS
Published every Thursdayat ,
Join their families the Reg.
over ,
Close.Out:
weekend: 138 W. Call St., $149.95
Starke Fla.
3209J
Sue Hurst of Birmingham $189.95

Ala... who has ''been, visiting Second class postage paid I"F"
her father Carl Hurst, at Starke, Fla.
spent
SVVE HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED LUMBER ROOFING
several days with Sally LawsonMr. Subscription Rates: "IT'S AT";
A FACT YOU C AN DO BETTER
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I PLYWOOD: DOORS -=- \WINDOWS NAILS :: HARDWARE .,
Henry O'Hara hall returned -
.NEW OR USED; AT LOWER PRICES --r SEE, US SOON., '- MARK from a month's vacation In trade area: ".00 per

: JACKSON 1NJTAN: GREEN with :Mr.. and Mr. I* C year; 12.23 six months I

Smith in Vero> Beach.,lMr. and Outside trade area: J4.30-. Denmark Furniture Co.
964-6078 0 Mrs. L> M. Herbrand In Day per year; $2JO: mix month II
J CKSOKBUILDING SUPPLYPhone: tona. Beach and point of Intercet .
& Ste. E. L. Matthews
_. Cherry In Ohio and the Smoky I editor and
Mountains. publisher j .
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j I Mrs.Attends Rhoden Meeting I School Board OK's $11,200 Loan I


I Lenora D. Rhoden, local associate a. ;
of the Kenneth S. Tor- EP' 1II' For Purchase of 2 New Buses -:

bcbt agency of The Paul Revere
GLADYS MOOTY Life Insurance Co. attended I
Phone 961-7608 I three-day International In a special meeting Tucwloy $425,104 proceeds of a revenue
I sales conference (Juno 19- F'it.' the School Board approved an certificate salo but did not
21)) at the Royal York HotelIn application' for a loon of $11- take formal action on any
Party Given Melanie Bradley Toronto Canada 200 to cover purchase of two plan as yet.Heard .

For BrideelectBy Is ComplimentedAt Mrs. Rhoden received recognition 68-pasaenger buses to replace .- report by Casey on
as a member of the com two old vehicles as part of a developments In ''the board's
Mrs. RichardeMrs. Bridal Shower pany's national sales leaders' plan to modernize the school attempts to settle the problem

I club. She Joined Morgan Richarde en- Miss Melanie Bradley, bride. Mass. company last year,, The board also received nine Vo-Teoh Center.
tertained at a Coca-Cola party elect, was complimented at a and l Is a member of the Toppers bids on equipment for the new -Accepted the resignation of
Saturday morning at her bridal shower Tuesday evening I{ Club, Business and Fro- .. 3t Bradford-Union Area Voca a teacher Mrs. Bertha Eater
.
home, 1251 Johns Drive, honoring given by Mrs. John Odom III feaslonal! Woman's Club and i..y t,: tional-Technical Center and of Lawtey.
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; Miss Betty McCutchonof Miss Beth Scoggins, Miss Kay secretary of the Shrlnette turned them over the School Approved several budget
Jacksonville fiancee of Lt. Colaon and Mrs. Stanley Noe- Club. Altar Societies Install OfficersThe Superintend Tom Casey for amendments to cover federal
Henry M. Richarde Jr. gel at >the home of the latteron tabulation and recommendations projects which had been ap-

The refreshment table was RaIford Road. Two ChargedIn Starke and Marc-fenny Altar Societies held Joint Installation ceremonies In plied for.
covered with an cutwork 'Mra. Jimmy Annette ThomasTo In other action the board: Set
ecru Higginbotham the Pecan Room of the Garden Rentaurant. I -< July 5 as the date of
cloth and was centeredwith of Lawtey greeted guests at Wed Mr. CraneMrs. CollisionOn Discussed utilization of the the next monthly meeting.
a silver bowl holding day the door and presented them I Pictured from left to right are: Father Paul Letonrnnuu, of Canada vfoltlnffpriiwtf /

lilies. At one end of the table to the receiving line composedof Ruth Veasey of Starke I 301 NorthAn ; !Mrs RIohanI Richard, outgoing trpiiHiirert Mrs Henry Stcfirnelll, outgoing State University

was a crystal punch bowl Mrs. Noegel, the honoree, announces the engagement other auto accident Thursday President; Mrs f. P. Wltltt. of 1o11)'I..nnt'retary; Mm. Ogden Bates, Secretary; During the encampment
filled with crushed Ice and her mother, Mrs. J. L. Bradley, daughter, Annette Thomas, morning, 1.7 miles north of Mm. Jack MelkeiihoiM, of Mucrlenny, President, ; Mm. A. Dougherty of Pennnyl- starting July 1. h. will receivesix
Coca-Colas. and Mrs. J. L. Waters, motherof to Lee Crane, son of Mr. and vanla visiting her Father IK .. weeks :
Starke on U. S. 301.( resultedin lion ugl "rtyj Father Cornollua Dougherty: of Sarasota of training in lead
Forty-five guests were Invited the bridegroomelect.The Mrs. J. R. Crane of Gaines traffic citations being issued guest upeuker; 1\1\11. Lester Itiunphrlen, President; 1\1..... Franrl 1lengVIc'e.I'red- ership, rifle marksmanship
to call between the hours refreshment 'table SERVICE MENAND
was against the driver and a dent Mrs. Joe Treasurer physical conditioning, and
10 and 12 o'clock Including covered with a cutwork cloth ville.Miss Thomas Is a graduateof : Gluny ; Mrs Charles Kh>ln, of Maerlenny, Treasurer; and
passenger in one of the vehicles other
Father Edward military subjects. Upon
Kirby, of Starke.of
from out-of-town. Miss Rose and centered with an arrange- Bradford High School andIs Involved. WOMENCadet
Marie Aldredge. Mrs. Annie ment of pink hydrangeas, successful completion of sum
employed as at
secretary Helen Nelson, 24, of Rat-
R. Norman and Mrs, George flanked 'toy white 'tapers In Holiday Inn. Warren, Maine. Nelson car in the outside lane,I the right aide of the house mer camp and graduation from
ford, Michael A. Maruca
charged with -
was
operating I
Georgian Gaines Drake, 52,j and the Tower
W. silver holders Mrs. Odom car and trailer -
Mozo of
Jacksonville,
Mrs. trailer.
presided Mr. Crane graduated from a vehicle without a Ion of Mrs. Netta Starling of college, he will be commissioned -
of Raiford a in in the Inside lane.
Lyle Buck, Mrs. William at the passenger AccordIng -
Buck crystal punch Gainesville High\ School and to the trailer will Re-
bowl. driver's license and for an the car driven by the Nelson to the report of State Damage wa Starke atiend Army a second lieutenant in the
and Mrs. Clifton KIrkland of the University of Florida and Improper left turn when the woman, was charged with allowing J. estimated at $400, and to the serve Officers Training Corpssummer U.S. Army.
Trooper K. Wade Tower
The gift table centered
Palatka was
and Mrs. J. C. Wal- IB employed by his father at vehicle she sideswiped at Indtantown
lace of Keystone Heights. with an arrangement of sweet Crane Lincoln-Mercury In was driving an unauthorized per- was overtaking the Nelson 1957 CodJllac, driven by Mrs. camp Reservation In A 1904 graduate of Bradford
28' Airstream house Gap Military
The honoree was presented heart roses. Gainesville a son to drive a motor vehicle vehicle when Mrs. Nelson at-, Nelson, at -100- No Injuries ""with' his unit I High School, h* is a member
trailer being towed by a car Pennsylvania
Both vehicles were travellini' empted to make left turn,'
a
with a personal !gift from The honoree was presentedwith An August wedding Is planned driven by W W. Tower, 61, were reported. from Murray (Kentucky) of Sigma Chi fraternity.
north on U. S. 301-the into the oualde lane, I
he striking
her hostess as a memento of a personal gift from : __ ____._ ___",___u._ .
the occasion. hostesses as a memento of the
occasion Miss Bradley, Mrs
Miss McRaeIs
Judy
Mrs. BrowrHostess Bradley and Mrs. Waters were
also presented with carnationand Honor Guest

To BPW MembersThe pompom corsages. At Two Parties ) .
'
.
Starke BPW Club met SUMMER
Thursday night. June 22, attfie Rhoden.DavieEngagement M>lss Judy McRae, 'bride-
elect, with
was complimented
home of Mrs. Margaret F.
two -delightful parties in the
Brown on Kingsley Lake with ..
the president. Mrs. Mildred Mr. and Mra. Leroy Rhodenof past week. "
Doyle, presidIng. Hampton announce the en St. Mark's Parish House was
Reports were given on the gagement of their daughter, the setting for a bridal shower
state convention /ivllle May 19-18. by Miss DelIa Davie, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Shanbarger and Miss
Rosenberg, Mrs. Dorothy Walter Davie of Fairbanks, Peggy Shanbarger honoring
Mllberger. and Mrs. Brown. formerly of Waldo Miss McRae.
Chairmen for the 1967-68 Miss Rhoden Is a graduateof Standing In the receiving -.
year were appointed as follows Bradford High School andIs line were Miss Shanbarger; .
: Parliamentarian Ma.rpret presently employed In the honoree; her mother, Mrs. .
Julian MaRae Mrs. Q. S.
Starke. ;
F. Brown: Personal Development C
Dean Rhoden; Pvt. Davie is home on leave Brown; mother of the 'bride
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from Fort Jackson S. C. He groom-elect; and Mrs. Shantrarger.
Civic Participation, DeliaRosenberg I LADIES .7 MENS SHORT SLEEVE
; World Affairs Is being transferred to Fort ON GIRLS
Loree CocomIse;. Legislation, George, .Md. awaiting further Arrangements of yellow
Leila Mundy; Public Rela- orders. daisies and gladioli were placedat AND BOYSCLOTHING SPORT SHIRTS
points of interest in the
tions, Margaret F. Brown: Finance -, Wedding plans will be announced SPORTSWEAR
reception room with an ar-
at a later date.
Desta Dyal; Membership -
ranement of the same flowers PLAIDS, SOLIDS STRIPES ..
Della Rosenberg: Program -
Evelyn Haney; Historian Film To Be ShownAt centering. the refreshment DACRON COTTON :
.itable. The table was covered 2 TO 7 YEARS -
tess., Madge Gertie Middleton Olson and; Hos Etta WSCS-Guild with an ivory lace cloth. over, BRIGHT COLORS OLD 2 'for $$535
gold linen. Mrs. Donald Thorn
LARGE SELECTION
Faye Gill; Year Book, Bests :
ton presided at the bowl.
Mrs. Foster Slit Smith will punch .
Auditor, Ruth Haddock -
Dyal; ;
show motion pictures of her Also assisting in serving were
Florida School for Girls, recent trip to the Holy Landto Miss Cheryl McRae, sister of I GREATLY! LEAGUE :
MENS IVY
Pauline Torode: Orientation. NANCY NOBLE BOYS
members of the Methodist the honoree, and Miss Emily
Dorothy Mllberger; By Law, Johns. BUTTON DOWN COLLAR :
WSCS and Guild in the ,
'Desta Dyal and Della Rosenbel' The hostesses presented"'the' PASLEY, BRIGHT -
church sanctuary on Wednes- REDUCED HOP SCOTCH
'.
PAJAMAS
& day, July 5, at 8 p. m. Showing honoree with a patio dish set COLORS'S i
of the film will be In as a memento of the occasion. POLKA
JOIN JOB CORPS lieu of the regular WSCS One hundred and forty guests i S
business were Invited to call between the SKIRTS Now
James Bass of and program meeting $1' 47
1119 E.
.. and John H. Burch of Larryfit. 1204 which falls on July 4. hours of eight to ten o'clock. SWIM WEAR 'for

E. Larry St.., Starke,..left) June Guests attend.are cordially invitedto < Mrs. 3. O. Denmark and Mrs. REG. $2.00 AND $2.50 3 $$1 oa/ /0 S
27 .
for the'Job Corps. They I
J. E. Denmark gave a lunch .
have been eoasalgned to Cur- eon Wednesday at the homeof BOYS : :
lew Job Corps Conservation THE RIGHT POINT for the
the former honoring Miss 1 1-3 OFF S
Center, Curlew, Wash? five select your favorite ESTER- McRae. NOW .47GIRLS MENS '
miles South of the Canadian BROOK fountain pen. TELE- Arrangements of summer WAtKSHORTS. .
Border. way you write. Come In and flowers were used to advantageIn
GRAPH. decorating points of interestIn SURFER SHIRTS :
the party rooms and the LADIES REG. $2.00;

Starke PlazaNew three same dining flowers tables centered which seated the- SPRING & SUMMER Now for a

UM 12 guests, which included .$1|.47 2 $]00

Mrs. Julian 'McRae and Mrs.G. .
0 S Brown. :
DRESSES SHORT SETS
Mrs. McRae and 'Miss McRae i

were presented with corsagesand .
Miss McRae with a piecefo MENS WHITE SHORT SLEEVEDRESS

y her chosen china pattern GREATLY 1-3 OFF SPORyOS
from ,their hostess as a memo URTS. SHIRTS
,exciting ento of the occasion.Lightning e



,FLIPITSKIRT r T. Green StrikesN. House REDUCED GIRLS SLEEVELESS Now :E $3.00$ 3 for $8.85 '


SHIFTS $1.97. .
Lightning during a near-
LADIES SUPS
storm early last Friday after :
rv noon scored a direct hit on MENS
.
I the Mrs.two-story Nelson frame Boots[ ]house Green of' $'1 13 OFF'i BOYS UI'w e

on U. S. 301 between Starke 8.YEARS' ANtf -. S
A and Lawtey, NOW O. 0 ''i
The bolt (described by Mrs. I 1 SHORTS

-Green thought as ". .the. a whole teriff. house blastI Q. .GIRLS DRESSY WALK. : COATS

had' exployed" tore out a! REG. $.LOO>. TO ?1.50 C
hole about four feet wide In DRESSES LARGE SELECTION'LADIES :
4 r the roof at its highest point,I ",
flips from and also splintered and charred Now'- ALL PRICE RANGES
surrounding timbers. The HOSE -lOOGR

solid to print -:. ''Y house did not catch fire, probably 1-3 1' OFFPAJAMAS T REDUCED
due to the torrential rain '
without that was falling at the time. C
taking off BOYS SHORT .

ON" HONOR ROLL NOW 57

skirt! Mike Maruca of Starke was and DRESS RTSvE MENS J

amon the 817 students listedon ,
the Honor Roll at Murray
State University in Kentucry GOWNS for $500.SWIM TRUNKS :
for the spring semester. 4


f $399 : OF SCHEDULE SERVICESST. LADIES 1 1-4 OFF 1-3 1 OFF a.


EDWARD'S CHURCH HATS & BRAS BOYS SHORT SLEEVE S a


)r $4.95 Value Sunday Mass Starke: 9:15: a. m. DRESS TI

> ,.:.... 4.r Thursday' Mass: 8:30: p. m. SPORT oATSKNs1r RTSY. -I isESTERN .
H A
That's right completely( reversible without Saturday Miraculous 7 p. Medal m. Novena: I Price a

taking it off. Simply unbutton front tab, flip to>> Confessions: 5 p. m. and 7,
r the back and button back tab. Paisley print on p. m. I
, one side solid color on the other. Washable ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH : Reduced to $4.00 2 for-$3:0G
cotton. Choice: of colors. 8.16
Keystone) Heights
''f r1 Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. m. I MH MM B HHI HHM B H
COLOR. MATCHED TOPS Wednesday: Mass and Novena I

100% nylon Hilmca strttch top. B.ck $2.9 9 7 p.m. I White Bon Now

zPP.; ... 3440. $1U Vtlu. ........... ST. MART'S Maoclenny CHURCH II LADIES DRESS SHOES Black $1o.oofiogle.oo; $7.99TIIURRDAV.

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dental hearing and 1 FIRST A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH B. BUM C'ONTHAc ..OTIS.VENl.OltH ci'nl or the 1 1 bid I I I puvublc' to Tliu days ::0 rto ,r ing eye. ,/ %'t 01;.: Fc.r., plullH. H.iurcl. of 1'ubllcInnrrurtlon'' < uf 0"1 nil hiipi-of. ...
Dr. :Patterson tuberculin checks. I METHODIST CHURCH I bring results.Nntlrn and HpwIflfatlonH. to 0uh' Bradford" County, "riurlrtu anuvlijHm'tt The contmotor will Iou,,,i. .-
H. P. Morgan. Bradford STARKE rantriiutorH., vendor. etc< of rood faith nnd, irunr-" q U iced to ,'"nwlt"e l Nil Id pi' ;.,< twithin
th. deposit will be BlxtyIjollum : BtltuelnK that the HUi'ienxCillbidder ,, : I Inlime Het forth" <'n ;.1.4
County Head Start project director No'ru',] (sflO.OO) plus 1%) < will cxiH'Hte anti. furniSh bin., .
Sunday Church: School. .
Will Head reported that 139 : 'ffl hereby !given that sal.. <. tnx. If the ilu.ii'and the, llii< rd "f 1'ublli I I InNtructlon, I 'I MiK'ieuMful biddIf HIIV.will
9:45: a. m. Morning Worship MvaliMl bids will no rncelV9 by MpeclftcatlonH are i'sI .if l Hrudronl Cl..lIlIty. Klrerldit, a he hut I fled Wlhllltlv." (5), .
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children have been enrolled bond iNNUvtl. 1 by the j Surety, Co-m- diiyn after th. bid In iwifpted.Th
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11 a. m. Snack sutprr for i the Hourrt. of I'uullr Inntrucllon U mud I In "Riwd ciondltlon I .
so far-but that only 79 of Bradford County. Florida, ut within five (R) diiyn after hue,'" 1I0Iln..d. I tu do hiiHliunm. iiiFhO'ldil Honrrt. of Ptihlli' I 1".lrlll'llo.! .
MYF 6:30 p. m. MYF meet and. I llxti-d, l hy the Unltncl Hrtvlfoid County Klorliln
iCUBBAgcny showed up for the opening! day ings. 7 p. m. Evening worahlp, tile. offlc of the. Buperlntrnilentnl rectilpt will of he bldM Thirty, the Dollars refund -- Htnteit TrciiMiiry, l vmrtmunt I I"t, .....tv... ihi. right to nji'it HIIV/
: June 19. Morgan, who ptitTnatrtiitlon of llr session (U 10.IO( ) plllM III x. Oe- iiM acceptable fur pol't
8 ,
m P.t flux Hilll, .
for about 170 p. rd fonnty ,lloHlt el.c'l. shall be of tlu "I'nnlrurl nrli-f. within I I.lltlexTill 4
was prepared Wednesday Bible Study Htnrku. Klorlila.. up to 7.H'I: ) pin.KDT flailS. puyahle to thu. t I..n \JU'> clays' after ho I nit u ': hit IA It II I hi" PUBLIC
children, said he was shocked ( : ) on the day, nt .Inly U.1I Arch i'A't. wunU'tl rh,' ..<..nt'nI.. I. HnUt' I hmid IJliH'I'I1I'"rl''oN
Dr, R. M. Clay
ratuiaon ''and Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. 1! I7 fir the. ponMtrnotlun of! lIrullr..nl..llllf the pitrfoimanieliuyment COUNTY.Jo'f.nn .
when less than halt of the expected C. HKl'AKVrH, BIIKIOTH: Si-|>- l1M.\1>1"OlllJ
County dentist was elected appeared I m The Woman's Society of nrurtfor.l, High Hi-hool "A" arat. fheet'>i fur ilrnuliiiCHor of j<..hi l. l>f>nd. to hi' 1)\.
number on
I 1967-68 president ot the Clay- i Christian Service will meetat nulldlnir Ttemodnllnit Utarkent pnKAN (vf Mper'lfIcatlon haul Uy the Cunt I.i uiturNo TliomitH t. Casey, .1?.,
the first day. He atrlbuted I 'I Irlorhl", hilly ba iiurchaeitd from .lilddvr may. withdraw hlv l Hupcrllltontlvnt! "
Union-Bradford-Baker County the showing to Inade- 8 p. m. In the sanctuary. which tlinthid,* oliiill hr the Aruhitm't as follows\ bid r..r a p<.,rlud <'h i" ,hh'IY'W, l ) B-22 al 7-8
Economic Agency Inc. poor I Mrs. Foster Shi Smith will oppnrii" unil r".Hcl Hloiirt. Any (no refunds. ):
CUBE], at the agency's quate follow-up methods) for bill rurelvptl nfr1'' ;Lhe npeulflott,' Drawlnic, -- $1.00( "" -
lemindlng parents ot the 1 have charge of the program limp nnd data will not \hI>f onnPlHnH. .sheet plus,. .1% tax ,
June meeting in the USD( showing pictures and sharing .hl..r.I., :< fill ,
Specification per
building Monday night. starting date and bus i Ick-up experience of a recent tripto p..olflo tlonii, and. con- lMiao PIUS :J peruent tax BILL POWELL REAL ESTATE
CUBB Is non-profit cor- points. He urged that more tnir't/ 1 a careful attention be paid to the Holy Land. The Wesleyan nl In the off.loo of Don It. Morgan 1 and upeolflrutlon. 1 separate bid
| poratlon established In 1966 I Ar.'hlfi 224B Hwy. I 7.Orange ,
ct. ft
Service Guild and others hondx In the amount" of ptr '- i-- '
to serve as a ]local administrative this problem next year Interested are cordially Invited "/ .. Park Florltlu., and asrii I c .: TO
ow.t.
The Bradford director:: said q
unit for the federal to attend F W DoflM1. Corporation
[ overnmenfa war on. poverty that nearly] a whole week: was Post 56 Installs New Officers Thursday Chancel Choir larkfionvllli 2., IrtlnenvllU.Florida.flan Room BOYS WANTED : BUY SELL TRADE
Including Head lost because program pel'sonnel '
start.programs., Home Health Aides, had to spend time recruiting At Family Night SupperNew Rehearsal. 7:30: p. m. P'(.UlnonvltlB." ,,'%l.., "r"J'F'L'\"IO'\l FlnrlAa.IHOC AGE 12 TO 16 : CALL: 961-6161

and Neighborhood Center pro- the additional children -I Friday Commission on I IIKMUNTlA .
Membership ..and Evangelism OUNKUAn: ('ONTItAC-;\/ AFTER IllS: 533-2018
from around the ( I TOIl: 1'pon rvqupnt and' (if>od Earnings. ::1{ hrs.
jects.Others selected to serve the H. A. Dale and W. P. 'ountY'j of'flcers of American David Montgomery for his meets at 7:30: p. m. rpnelpt. of Inn!).00) ) di lin...lt peer day afternoon work. Ii'j .t:.. ': WRITE : P.O. BOX 10H9
,
JFrarklyn advised! that I.I'K1oR Prmt A6 Were, Installed many years of service to the off 0..P'1I1 c'onttH" <*tor.,
Union
rour- ounty agency were: of County two 12) KiitK of
] Keller, Baker County 140 children are enrolled In by Tommy Richardson of High) youth of the community nml "p"'ltll..llono( plan fur Call, Mr. Taylor Fri. orIIon. ( VISIT: 401 W. MADISON ST.
Seeber D. Head Start SpijngTH 4th District ExeoutlveCortrmltteeman through the Boy Scout organ nch project. will he fftr' ) :
rtce-ipresldent! ; that county's pro-| wardf. l collect : 2 to 5 p.m. STARKE
at a family tza Ulln. POINT for the expreHH
RIGHT
Goodman 'Bradford County, gram Ten teachers and ten TilE If plans and upeclfl-'
secretary: ,and Robert Drig- salaried aides are employed:! night) supper In the Starke 'Seventy-six Legionnaires and way you write. Come in ratlonn am. rrturnitd Phone 661-5975 FARMS ACREAGE

gers, Union,County treasurer. In directing the eight week Elementary School cafeteria members<<: of their families at- and select your favorite ES- In five good(II.) condition diiyn after wI'Mn recvlpt '-I ...._.. 545.4. .
Approximately 50 agency project. Tuesday night. tended the installation and TERBROOK fountain pen. of 'bid.*. the full d..- Itchjr Estate: IInok.1' HOMES; COMMERCIAL; :
Pictured! above are those In. xiipper ponlt, will he refunded.. .
members and guests heard. reports Project directors from the stalled at this time:
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from project directorsof three counties agreed that a
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First rrtw ((1rBill) : Soto
Head Start programs In better mehod of "selling" '
Commander Charles 'Schaefer
; )
'
Clay, Union, .and .Bradford Head Start to parents should 1st Vice,! Commander George
Counties. Baker County has be established for next year. Pierce Executive!: Committeeman .

not Implemented Head Start Mrs. McTammany and Heney ; Don Champion 2nd Vice find
program to date. suggested stressing the dollar I ;
Ad
"Commander; Joe Glassy
Mrs. T A. iMcTammany, value of free medical and'jutant. itjn the

director of Clay County's program dental attention' and:;! the two Second row ((1-r) : Julian Me-
..
,,' said that 111 children. daily meals provided the chfl. Rae and T. C. Hazen Jr.. ,
all six-year-olds from low Income dren during the program. Executive Committeemen; John

families have b'!en en Dr. Patterson: reported that Grew, Historian'; Walter Lee EX 'ERIENC <;D WAITRESS THE RIGHT' '.fUtXT.. for th.

rolled. and that county's pro-i Clay County's Neighborhood Chaplain; Kenneth GriderFin, wanted. Apply in person at -- the way you write. Come lt

( cram Is being directed by Center project has been approved alive' Officer; and A. L. CrosbyJr. the Garden Restaurant tfchg I If you find your name among the Classified A'ds, and select your favorite E8-
eight teachers, eight salaried by the federal govern ., Service Officer. PREll 'rERBROOK fountain prn.
Ides,' and six volunteers student ment's Office of Economic Retiring- post Commander $100.00 Dimn Payment I Wng? to The Telegraph office and receive }FREE TELEGRAPH.FOR .

|workers. She reported Opportunity [OEQ]. Funds of ,Sohaefer. _announce! the .award A' nice CB comfortable house, FREE
PASS to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive-In. i
that 'during the first week the ing'of a Certificate of Appreciation SALE 2 BR House
3 ''bedrooms, tile ''bath I THEATRE PASS on
$44,600 have been allotted for space
children had all received tree I to Scoutmaster and hot water heaters, paved nice lot, $3200. Needs some Aquatic
health examinations, Includ- the first six months of op- street beautiful lawn. Call forparticulars. repairs, 4O1 Alton Rd Flnanc. Plants

A J. Thomas ed, call Orange; Park 264-6948.
CARL BEGGS
eratlon.. r DID YOU KNOW it's easy to FOR SAL10!: -- 14 Ft. Fiber
The project iiivolves the Realtor. Tel. 964-9701. tfchgPAINTS own a Lon&ctuuinp, Home Bet. Glass MurlMaid Boat. Trailer, Gulf ServiceUSED tfchg -

establishment of four permanent ter built for'Florida lIving.'Irour :SO HP Motor & pr. Skis. Excellent LOST Black key case with

neighborhood ,centers plans ,or ours. YOUI' lot 1 Condition. Can be seen PARTS!' 6 or 7 keys. Return to Chamber -
around the county staffed by or ours. Contact Buford Mitchell at 1308 Pratt St. after 5 p.m. Top Prices for \Vreckert (Cars of Cummerre. Itchg ,I

H social workers who will assist phone 964-68G3, F.O.LBox L \ dally or any time Sat. or Sun. 24 Hour Wrecker Service

I low Income families to 238, Staike. tfchg Pli. 064-7566. Good Price. Itp .-. Fuel Oil .-. condlbloned USED VACUUM: cleaners re- I Ina.me
$13 up., 10 different
secure the advantages of free FOR 'SALE iSo BTt/ Air I With
: 'brands
to choose from.
I AAA S Jt: II Green !Stump
education, legal aid, and med
Conditioner I Each
by owner price HASTINGS MATTRESS IIwy. SOI 1 N. Waldo Parts & exceUent repairs aH
6 Pack ical-dental assistance providedby
$112. Phone 9645790. I II
lip & UPHOLSTERY WORKS M8-1908. makes. KIRB7 9ALE1S! & PurchaseTropical
federal funds.
REGAL 710 Lemon St. I'alatluiFurniture SERVICE 712 N. Main Galnes- ;
BEER 89c An additional $131,000 is PUBLIC NOTICE
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I
villa 376-7110.. _tfchg ::
earmarked for. a 12-month FREIGHT SALVAGE. ; Repaired I LACY CONWAY

In No Deposit Bottles continuation. of the program. 3 ZIG ZAG SEWING MACHINES Upholstered ,&: Refinished FLYENO SERVICE I and Gold Fish

pending OEO's 'receipt of the BRAND NEW, FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Air-: Help Wanted : .
Carton Plus Tax: county's proposal for the continuation scratched in shipment. Orig. MATTRESSES ,REBUILT plan reiUaln.: Greyhound Bus:1 To Choose!

CIGARETTES '2.95 phase.:, CUBS menvbera. I guarantee. Makes' buttonholes, ,New TnnersprinKS Charter. Keep your party together MALE ,O' O.o From
unanimously approvedthe I sows! on /buttons etc. DOES and Box Springs 'I charter: a boa. Phone

continuation proposal during ,: THE! WORKS. Sacrifice foe Drop Us A Curd er Call 964-6090. tfchff Woods, Foreman famil- Aquatic Plants, Tanks

In Cartons the Monday night meet-,I Paints $59.: or pay off at $8. per. PALATKA EA 0-9169 iar with Cyprens! log (Pumps. Heaters and
Ing. 'month. Call Jacksonville COLLECT ;
MILK Y2 ca58' Outgoing CUBB president, 833-1946 Anytime. Asic MRS. PEGGY V SIIALLER ging to operate woods other Supplies

W. M. Beam Keystone for Warehouse. Will deliver, 209 E. Ailkin* St. equipment, and crew. GUPPIESS .
and ofceis(! of Sterhla, Agent Substantinllncome.
Medium Grade A Heights other no obligation. 4tchg 6-2t SFor$1.OO ,
commended
the past year were
EGGS 3'Doz.$100ALL by members for their" dedica- FOR SAL13 BRICK HOUSE Write "b," Drawer A \
ted service to'the agehcy I ready for occupancy. 3 bed Platies, Black Mollies

For AH room IVa bath. Located Just KEOUCUD: : FROM $100 TO Starke Fla. and Sunset V riatu.i:.
Purpo ,
c outside of city .'limits In Pine,

COLD DRINKS -, 10 BETtEL| BAPTISTS .! breeze. Small down payment. $70 PER: RIO.\ I HOUSE for rent. 3' bedrooms, i 4 F iAngels J.OO

PLAN REVIVAL I at Easy monthly'terms.t Long- NEW ONE BEDROOM I: furnished, all electric kitchen, I

I 1 champ Const. Co., Contact Bu FURNISHED 2 acres land on haidroad. Inquire !' and Butterfly
Revival services'will be held
35'
BAGGED ICE ford Mitchell, Phone 964-6853
,
June 19-25 at Bethel Baptist t I 1 at Lavender's Gift Shop i Tctras
P. O. Box :238 Starke. tfrhgCL11KIFIKII GARDEN API'S.AIR .
f on road 100 9 miles west of
Church With Re '. H. L. Frost I For
: Starke. tfchg 3 $1.00
as. evangelist. Services will CONDITIONNEXT "

PiNEHURSTGROCERY start each night at 8 'clock I HAil':. Alt TO BJI.S ON i Owen R. Alvarez Ii I

with special ,singing ,fel1.tU'es.I. \ V. t. 1* .....d... _.._.fllNIKarlk i BILLY ROSE
-W. L Newman. I IRESERVATIWotS
) pastor. VMSIUNGTON ST. COMER'S L A K K VI K W.I
word over IS.O7 Gardens
THE RIOIl-r 'POINT for the MAKE Call BRACK & COTTAGES \ Aquatic
write. Come 1 In Extra cknrao it nut Spend the day with your fam- Highway 21 South
wily
you NOW tor 'Fall Term !Mama paid Im ..daao..16_ MR. MASONcare .
: fly on. Santa Fe Lake. Parking'
and select bvorite ES-! Heights
your
Priest\ Kindergarteik and Day 'Keystone
MKMORIAK, RH.HOM TEeNS:. $1.00 per car. Swim picnic
\TEHBROOK.. fountain pen. Care. Center. Call 6-8 964-7254.Stch* 7-27' .* ..s<. p.r tsdCARD of Ernest Tew free. Cottages by the week. I'

Or THANK Ph. 468-1129 Maude Comer, 1
-- BO .. <. !.. ___ .2J4)i.r Realty, Inc.
lOr "
FOR RENT 2 Bedroom block I Earlton. 12tchgr 8-24 i
: Lessons
..
Highway 100 South Starke word o..r CO __.S4i Guitar
-- house (unfurnished) at 624 Gainesville, Ph. 376-64S1 FOR RENT By week 2 bed

12 %Wides I Epperson St. Phone 964-5219. room air conditioned cottageon FOR SALE 3/4 ton room 1'ernonul Interview between

tf-rtig UNDERWATERWEED 2906 N. W. 13th St. Crystal Lake. Call Mrs. air conditioner, used bath tub, U:30: anti S p.m. WM-h WeiliiCHduy. -

GUTTING L. K. Whitehead<<: 9646312. double! bed with mattress apt. U"tal| I r s over .
:Custom Made GOING out of 'business July tfchg; size refrigerator Phone 964639 &- 'Chamber .ot_ Commerce 'office. t

For Florida! Living First. Customers notified pickup All Types P.-; 426 N. Walnut St. ltchg I II.

shoe repairs Court Shoe Re- ONE STOP :INSURANCE '
; Get *'&* 6-29 Bulldozer: & Attractively
: flIj/ YOU pair. 3tp AT REDUCED RATES FOR RENT I.Bender(
.,For Your $ $ Drag Line WorkJ. AUTO, KIRK: BOAT furnished 1 'bedroom cottage on .
Reduce safe and fast
simple MAS NkMATERIALS DOYLE K. CONNER N. Walnut St. Call 'Mrs. J. \V. i.NsTKixrroii, ;
(O O >H4 Salaried er Com- with GoBeae tablets. Only 98c.Koch's C. Gardner INSURANCE AGENCY Klncald, 9647831. ''ttchg I."honE' .
-33"1
S7
Drugstore.! IQitchg 8-24 (.aln."vllle
.mi sion.d Employees PHONE 964-772 tfcbg r ... I

Wanted to buy used piano No. 603 64 Acres farm 2 bed.
DAD & BRAD.LARSEN : FOR SALE 1961 Chev. Im- I
WKK TO WORK for'bcglnner.; Ph.-964-6202.. tfchfeFOR Fem RENT -*. 'Unfurnished, NEW room frame home. 43: acres Improved pain convertib'o.' Will trade for
two BR house outside city. Redy. Mix: : Concrete, Concrete i I MOBILE homes, Chdckasha pasture. Fenced andcross' truck or- boat outfit. Give or
.
20' &
YOU Benefit!II SALK: Registered Angus po urn I.h e d apartment in Block' Sand, Rack I Oenuon 24' wide, Buddy- fenced. Many out-build take difference. Phone 964-

Bull. J. L. Waters phone tarke.. W. H. Nollman. tf chg CeoMnt. Mortar, Steal, Oyter *- i Layton Travel Trailers Ings. Only $17,600.No. ft00.1.; 2tp 7-6
782-3737. 6-29 StuM, Llmerock RoofOrAvd. Liberty Taylor, Azalea, 'B23: COI'per lot 130' b y
,
.All Sizes! .n Display Lawtey 2tp RETIRED COUPLE or'single Freeaot LlnUJn and buy sell trade. Year bank financing1. I- 100'. 3 bedrooms CBS home FOR RENT --- Cottage sleeps

1 8-10-12 Wffle FOR SALE: 6 room house, by person> FREE :RENT In exchange Window Sin. Everything Buckeye Trailer Mart, Shaded by large Pecan ,trees 9-6, Alr-rontiit apt. sleeps 4.

owner. Phone 9645790. ftp for light datlea.Write ,.. ao.ry (Donstroetlvu.'ANNOUNCING Inc. 8678 Roosevelt Blvd. Surrounded By Azaleas. Smal] Clean, good bed, water front.
IK Baths Box 686 Keystone Height, Orange Park 2642131. tfchg down payment Total price, Kingsley Lake Rt. .1, Box 361.Pl' ,

and Expandablea .WANTED Experienced Sec Fla. 32656. tf-chff 8500. 1133- 381. 'Hiway 16 B. ltp (

... retary. Write "3", Drawer A. For homes, farms, ranches

New and Used Starke, giving age, education., SILVER SANDS LAKE ANew Myers Power Tools acreage, business, and retirement FOR SALE 1963 Pontiac
experience references, etc- $2,700 t to $3.500
homes give us a call. ,
A-I condition low
Starrblef ,
Area For !
8-Yr. financing: available tfohg GATOR BONE LAKE Ready. Mix Plant Lawiunower Headquarters- Power Tools STROUT REALTY mileage. Loaded with extras I
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FOR RENT 3 ,bedroom unfurnished $3,575; to $1,275EASY atKeystone MtCiilIoch Chain Sawn 2117 N. Temple Ave., Starke. $1250. Phone .961-6488, Vernle

Use Our Renta -Purchase home. Call 9645413. TERMS, ,Heights 'Pump* & Water Systems Fla. ((904)) 964-6609. Thornton. ltt'hg..

tfchg Brlffff* &: !Stratton j
Engine
See
Plan-Pa'ments S. E.
McKay I For Sale 5 Va acres more or
On Independence Day we pay tributeto the great Under $30 Per Month r For 'Better Service To 1C ntain' Sales Service FOR RENT FURNISHEDlarge
,
land
( . SINGING CANARY for safe: Keystone"' Height,. 230 N.B. 16th Ave. 1 bedroom cottage. Air lees good strawberry
truths inscribed in the Declaration of Independen .. with.cage., $7. Call 964-6836. rhone: 473-W16 That Area. GaJneavllle 378-3411 conditioned, modern privateparking fruit trees. pecans. See me on

e. And we* remember "that there\ 'is one 'great .2tp 7-6 473-4710 or 473-4132 near school. Renner 21, North of Keystone Heights t
We Will} J Not Be tfchg Fruit Stand. ;Mrs. Dority.3tp.
.
.
troth for which we should all be especially grateful NOW'MobileHomeSitea APPRAISALS Undersold.Bradford. .Apt., 383 Washington.. 964 7-13
RENTALS .
the Declaration of 6279. tfchB.
The principles Independence
:
For Estates Corporate and HOUSE FOR SALE Law-
are part of the American way of life, not j just Individual Owners. Over thirty\ Clone In and very nice. Adults tey. Frame house 1800 square .L. Moxley Jr. FOR IMMEDIATE Occupancy

one day.a year. but every day. Let us guard them I rears e"perlence'In Real Fi i preferred. No peta ,A. J. feet with central heat & air 3 bedroom, bath and Va
forever. AVAILABLE' tate: 'Matters and Active Real Thomas. Realtor. Tel. .964.. conditioning. 3 bedrooms family brlcV home in Plriebreeze.

__ j _- Estate Broker since 1953.: A.'J. 5701. tfchg. room, living room, dining J AT LAST! Small down payment anda.i-,
.
In your pursuit of happiness, do you seek 'financial Full Lake Privileges Thomas, Realtor, Tel. 964.571k."Ittakes EngineeringCo. room, carpeting Included A IIO OWNERS; sums low monthly pQymi'ntll.T. .
l\A1I
or couple to live In with
E. Malloy Box 849, Starke.
independence? It's your American privilege to Homestead Exempt- : two The,Chamber elderly person. Call 004-6834.I Large garage. Call 782-3450 or POLICY 2tchg 7-13

create It for yourself' ,Iby.. regular saving: at this:. Financing of he'Commerce Chamber and Today.you."" tcbg Join 3tchg 6-30 1 1647326.) tfohg For !\thi1( Honies -

bank. Start now. : That Qualify! FOR ,SALE Two bedropm,

Lake Geneva TUTORS::; Two certified teai.j j FOR SALE 1057: GMC li} FREE PUPPIES. Also 2 >/a: 1 bath home. Furnished or un-
Beagle puppies $3 each. J. O. CALli TilE MAN
ftirnlulled.
Close In Phone 964-
Home Owned Home Operated ers' available this summer ton Truck $33000 will trade. Phone ,Starke
I Bass, Rt. 1, Box 112, 4 mlle FICOAIKEYSTONE. 7769. Itchg
prIVate or" small group tutorIng Phone 98I-30O3.: 2tp 7-6
Trailer .S SalesOa in Math and' English. Call 964-5403 South nf Sturke on Hiway 100. George E. LaRue

The .Community State Bank I 964R52 -Of 9646452.chg Andrew J. Eaves ltchg (INSURANCE AGENCY ANTIQUES FOR .SALE at
Route 100, On* Mil SE I Keystone fteady t''QUigley Museum. Open dally.
FOR RENT 3 room a\\> -. FOR SALE or lease Large Keystone.Iltx. 47.V1692: Blast
)Krypton llelfht* Mix Madison St., Starke. tf
OF STARVEMEMBER I ment with private bath TilE RIGHT POINT for 'the 3 bedroom frame house, corner '
Open Sun. & Evenings at. .The Telerraph.AJIuHUbU .
: .ce ltral heat modern 61't-// way you write. Come '..!nand Keystone lot. Fenced back yard. new Adjustable Vinyl BoohCuvrn. .

. .F._. D.- I.. C.- :.,.. -.. -... .i J 1..<'Ola F Robert" :204 'W select :your Uvorit ES- 473-4285 -. roof. Tin} 8. Westmoreland St. All "Olea.,SO. cent.ea. Vinyl Boot
-' : .1W.I.I.It.. ; p- XfiHBKOOK XtuuUlu .u. .- us: l.nMie .9dt.635, tt.s i AtTU' Telegraph. Covers. AU sUes :30( cents ee..







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JUNE" sn. 1911'1
.., ORADFonn couvnr Tti.EnttJii: : HTAHKK.' rumnu! PC1' r'tv1r


School Board Lawtey Junior High and And run from the building to Pratt and children of Holly, Mich Earnest spent the weekend Bowling Green. a
erson addition Junior High.In Street, and will cost only $1.-r 'Tha Glorious 4th'Next were visitors of the D. E.( with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde I Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weest :
the .
for money provided 760, instead tot the larger Hills last week On Tuesday Rahme In Starke. | and Bobby of Miami spent
new school buildingsat amount contemplated./ ; they all visited St. Augustine! Mr and Mrs Barney Beat- i I I the weekend with Mrs. T. F.Bron. as
Gets FundsContinued Hampton and Brooker, Tue proWom Is currently and Mailneland. I ty moved here from Starkelast : : ::
which are both under can.structlon under Tuesday Starke< will of Tangu enable their owners of goodies, and there were barrels -
nrgplpt';( t on between the Mr. and Mrs Johnny; Allen week. Mr. Beatty in with and Mrs. Con McMa-
now and scheduled City of Starkd and school officials take on its traditional "Divert I to go where they please and. I of ice cold pink. lemon A Jo, Mr.
From Page One] I to be completed this fall the ed Village" appearance' aa the in neW surroundingsforget all fnce. Then there were bail of Santa Barbara C llr. arrived radio station WPXE. hon and sons ot Daytoria .
[ as city council expressed last week for a month'svisit The Stone family is vocation Bench spending two, weelts .
"
Casey also reported thnt a nation observes the 191st an- "the cares that: infest the day. games, horse racing parados I are .
avenue Several years ago, the new approach fa being workedout provide sewerage a willingness for the to help n.ewI niversary of its founding. In '-he old days, when Starke by the military company, and with Mr. and Mrs. Dan In fe in the, Carolina. this! with: Mrs. Mary' Watterson. .. --

nard null-on cd the sale of on the problem of supply I school, but BaJd funds are not City and County officers, people! had to stay at home I band music. Then speeches and Johnson, I week. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Priester -
$1.2 million In revenue certlfI- ing sewerage facilities to the available to for the entire banks, post office, and most they made the ,day; an occasionfor later fireworks. On sumo I II Mr and Mrs. J. W. Home Mr" and Mrs. Glenn Wright of Ft. Pierce spent'' the
and used that for pay 1 and Mrs. Mary Watterson and family, of Camden, N. weekend with Mr. and' M-ir.
ales money new vo-toth building Job business places (with the exception amusement or fourths, excursions were run
additIons and improvements at The of restaurants and ser passed for such. I to Starke and hlgh-dlvlngs ana spent Sunday In Duvinellon J., and Joe Gregory of Mer-' J. a. Adklns and' attendedthe
"We has
,tarke Momentary, Southslde I think It can bo solved. been that council's theeatimaed school proposal vice stations. ) will be "The man" of the poorer balloon ascensions were among with Me. and Mis, O. D. day I rltt Island' are spending several -' the Waters reunion in ,
he said, "with a shallow board hoard dies 1
Elementary, a physical educa- line 1,600 feet long tnal swill for half the coot, which was for the day. Proprietors tariat was then the attractions.On Mr. and Mrs. E J. Lewis weeks with their parents -' Butler, on Sunday.
hon building at Bradford High, : at $33,000 and also their staffs will "take off" for even than he Is today for he one such occasion a lady, and Ruby Dross of Palatka Mr. and Mrs. Judge Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watter-

grant an easement, across the nearby lakes and boaohea, had no Santa Claus govern- "fair fat and forty," went up Mrs Delia/ Hagart: and Mrs. Gregory.Recant. son and Mrs. D. W. Swindell
school property for the sewer spending (ithe day fishing, pic- ment I ito nurse him; cons !lit. a balloon and down by Edith!: Andreu:! of Stnika spent I. vlttlors of the J.: were in Gainesville last Friday ..
lines so It could be. used to nicking, watching auto races !quently his kids had to do parachute. Where did she Sunday with' Mr and Mrs. D. O. and J. E. Adkins ward .
KEYSTONEHOUSE service other city customers.At or any other activity that can without fireworks. But there land? Oh, mercy! The poor W. 8-Alndell. Mr and. Mrs.. C': E. Adkins of>, yA
a city council meeting be used as an excuse "to get was noise just the AUme. The woman IB sure to be killed A Gall Saxon and Lenora I

Juno 20, Casey told the council out of town." young men borrowed anvils cavalcade on. horseback in .
OF BARGAINSNorth that his board does not have Starke will be as "dead as a from the blacksmith. turnedone buggies, wagons, carts, and on ,, .rn
funds budgeted for sewerage, doornail" on this Fourth as It upalde down and filled the' foot, hastened to the rescue,
of Traffic Light on Ilwy. 21 I and that the board will not has been on Independence! Day cavity in the I base w.i.h gun- The woods In the northwest
Keystone heights Fla. i approve an easement across its for line.: post 20 or 30 po.vJer Another: anvil was puton .portion. of town were scoured i i
I property. Here and there a. flag years'l top of It, a train of powderlaid ana the top of every pine tiee'' i *
*
I| The matter was then left up and a firecracker pop but and Jack Wynn or Irvin closely: scanned for her re a SmitmCorona
I to the otherwise the day will go un- Alvarez or some other Intrepid ma.nj. At last abe was founu
ONE OFA KI ND SALEG.E. city's engineers, Reynolds ,
| Smith and Hills and .:.ha noted.It artillerist sot off the charge. In a patch of cowpeaa down the portable that j
> project engineers to work out was not always thus. The report was ear-Hpldti.Ing iSnnclirson road, sitting cross- t rr
I a solution.On Fourths of July in Starke usedto and the heavy anvil was hoisted legged mending her parachute ..."
Electric Clothes Dryer 25.00 the vo-tech project, Casey come under the heading of ten feet in the Air ana furiously chewing gum: 4 # 4a.
( reported that the contractoron "Grand and Glorious," attracting On one occasion B. R. Wit- Yes The Fourth of July ,in 3 ..

Norge 14 CU' Ft. ReE. 120 Lb. fr. 65.00 the Job Brown Construction such large crowds ito the kovaki then: a lad, made a Starke used. to be "reallya
Co. of Gainesville, lj making City thai. merchants kept bomb' of a tomato can full of ....<.nlng.< Nowadays it's lust

30" Deluxe Gas Range 35.00 good progress and that the their stores open all day In gunpowder, wrapped with old another "Sunday,' without: even '"
new facility- may be completed order to accomodate the rope till It reached the size of the usual church services to
tors. vI.I-1 a sIXl y-pound watermelon. The break the
before the deadline of Nov. 3. monotony. .
30" Dixie Pink Gas Range 55.00 : He said the staff of the new But the trend .toward "deserted -(I fuse' was lighted and the report .
i school has village" Fourths had shook every building in evvvvvvvv.vvvsvvvvvvvvHAMPTON
been set
already,
36" Dixie Gas Range 35.00 and that it will have up 10 teachers : started, even as for back aa town, till many thought it was ".....
I 1937, and the late H E. .
Lager- an earthquake.Then .
and about 250 stu<1er. s,
36" Florence Gas Range . 25iOO: from both Bradford and Union gren, a keen observer of the there were sack races ."
I counties. Starke scene for many years/ and! pig co.tchlnfC'll..A: with
wrote In. The Telegraph. Issue tail well g.easedWII.W.. .. turned By Mrs.. Mary WlllluiiM "
On
40" Caloric Gas Range . 25.00 another Item the superintendent 'IIII.
said of July 9, of that year, com- loose, and he who could eaten
a new access .
"road is planned from Brownloe menting es follows! on this him was to win prizeBut 44.4.a..a..a..a..4.AVRDS t .
10 Gal. Water Heater Trailer Size Road to the Softball diamond change in local custom: 'this feature always proved a k .t x

Elec. Like New . 25.00 near .the vo-tech center. The The Glorious Fourth, as It I failure for the pigs were too Emily Williams, daughter of I
I'bull field< Is the result of cooperation passed here, was safe and sane I Lame. and instead of running, Mr. and Mrs Frank Williamsand I t I
,between the school to a painful degree and as they lay down to bo scratchedAnd granddaughter of Mr y I =<
Round Gas Water Heater 25.00
Zogal
board and the Starke Cl.y silent as the Arab when he I so on. All though they and Mrs. Dan Johnson and
Council and its recreation de- folds his tent and steals away. I had a goo.1 time. Mary E. Dortch, daughterof '" I
6 PC. Jr. Walnut Dining Suite 49.95 The only sounds heard I
partment./ were Later, when business houses Mr. and Mrs. Durwood ,
the humming of the powerhouse I had Increased In number; .the Dorteh and granddaughter of I "

Apt.. Size Elec. Range - 25.00 I,I machinery and the I merchants made the day an Mr. and Mia. Flank Thomas, -
Pleasure Boat chirping of the sparrows occasion for attracting peopleand both former residents, were I 1I
Drop Leaf Table Rock Maple 39.95 around the courhouse. trade to the city by offering among 34 students, representing C ** ....
Owners RemindedOf Silent Fourths have been the various entertainments.The 15 Gainesville and: Alachua o r o n e t -

Tank Type Vacuum Deadline rule here ever since the time park was then kept up County,schools, to receive
when automobiles became com- and boaated a rotunda. Here the 1987 American Legion I 6y SMITH-CORONA j -
Cleaner Like New . 19.95 Conservation Director Ran- mon. These speedy and con '.ables, creaked under loads of school awards. for citizenship. PARENTS" .
dolph Hodges remind ownersof venient vehicles, like the carpet ,barbecued meats and all kinds The awards presented annually ::: : Tie Coronet gives you an The speed; ease and wonder tf .,, ". :

Porch Swing Oak, New 10.00 pleasure 'boats that. the deadline I by Gainesville Legion electric typing...at only a little more than the cost of m 'lilf..wu -
for renewing the registration post 16, go to outstanding 3 ,n tf ordinary portabla.FUUL .

Tredel Sewing Machine 20.00 of their craft la June 30, students in the graduatingclass <> h 44'A:\.. f-::! _
1967. Boat owners must reregister of each school. ... -
their boats with the Bill Powell Recipients are chosen for .... ...
21" RCA Console TV county tax collector before this on their demonstration of the> = r'1 88 CHARACTER KEYBOARD tha tamo :

Real Good . 35.00 date. V qualities of honor, leadership, w as on office electrics plus fan-length Bp-fronS; Uba.
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June 30th Is also the deadline "Best in -
Buys" and servxlce.PEItSONALS 5 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC REPEAT ACTIONS __
20" Window Fan (Belt Drive) 15.00 for renual of wholesaleand
retail seafood dealers licenses at your fingertip command:spaces,dots daftbeo,3t'.aDd --. .
and commercial boat Mr and Mrs. H-ibert Tinker widerlioes. Type faster 'ClectrlcaJl'I =
Walnut Room Divider (Like'New) 5.00 Life InsuranceNo LEARN'TO' TOUCII-TYPE
licenses. These licenses are obtained announce the birth of u "sun,, PERSONAL TOUCH SELECTOR let the touch

Doors 20.00 from the License De- Paul Lee, on June 22 In the IN ONLY: TEN DAYS ln8truo-I h" pleases you, and eJectridtj: doe the wxkprint r n.r :
Kitchen Cab. Wood, Glass partment of the Florida Board I Mtdlcal Center at Gainesville Oct 5 1 ? records and .
time!
tlon In handsome perfect" every :::
a ease
of Conservation, 107 West Mrs. A. B. Craver spent pages
Baby High Chairs '. 2.50 Gaines Street Tallahassee. ouch: thing? Just ask For another,...do .some comparison I 'I'hursday.through Sunday in for only $3.95 when you purALL THIS AND MORE-Page Gage +, CopySetchase
Fla. 32304. I 'any- veteran who wisely shopping too. Atlanta, Gal to *attend the this. handsome, new Adjustment, Forward-Glide top deck Quick: Set"*MAT- ?.., :

Baby Bed Real Nice 25.00 I, kept up payments on his Enough life Insurance can wedding of her son, Richard Smith-Corona portable] Bios, and a deluxe Trimline carrying case. -:.-:: .
G.I. policy Or take a look be a sizable' : Item in your I Craver, to Carol Lynn Grayon "
KEEP IN FASHION WITH TODAY'SNEW KIND OF ELECTRICAL UVINQ
THE RIGHT POINT fur the at the group life Insurance budget, and It's well worth Saturday She also visited -

way you write. Come In your employer offers. For knowing its principles--how ,, her son, Jerry, in Columbia, -
HOUSE OF O'ARGAIHSI and select your favorite ES- the money 'these are mighty It works and why If you'd S. C.Mr. = :

I TERBROOK fountain pen. hard values ito beat. How like to know about Nation- and Mrs. Joe Allen of Only $159.36
about Individual policies? wlde's bite insurance plans, Jacksonville announce the Plus Tax rs :
' They're all excellent buys- about our "quantity discounts birth of a daughter on June ..- ..
when they give you the ," new dividend schedule 28. Mr. and Mrs. E. D Allen .-

Want One 1 right combination of pro- and other outstanding ire the paternal grandparents.Mr BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
tection and savings, and alfeatures, I'll be glad to give and Mrs Raymond Hill ..
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bination later on. If your :
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...."Jt.K'II. FLORIDA Tiff T>t< IAV. JUNE on. t OflTBradford t




5 1'r. Bold New Plan 'Would Reduce ,,




r---. M 1 t dcATuj / li kp State Legislature To One HouseBy

\_ SERVICE MENAND
:
; < t Russell Kay
\ "Bold" they tell us get/ reaentatives Sandy D'AIem- WOMEN

things not only clean and white toerte and Carey Matthew,

but goes beyond that and gets says that there la some interest

them BRIGHT.I being shown in the proposal.
don't know whether the A number of other legislatorshave

BOLD piece of legislation presented signed heir names aa cosponsors -

by RepresentativeGerald and these Include
Lewis of Miami would both Republicans and Demo-

advance. our Legislature all the crats In the house where the

wANiA way to bright but It makes unicameral resolution number

Y71 a lot of sense and Is certainly 23-82 was offered.

..o worthy of 'serious considera When the question arose tot
a : : tion. to what unicameral' '
F legislators
cI I 7 :. .,'1 ," Mr. Lewis has Introduced a would be called, senators or I
!'" \ ('I )J3 resolution. whhh would reduce representatives, Lewis came up
d l
.;,i{\I tl I the size of the Legislature, with the suggestion! that they

er 1". J make It a one house, lawmakIng be called STATESMEN which

body and save a million would appeal to the voters who tNY r

'<. dollars or more a year, and have long felt the need for ,
provide statesmen rather than more genuine statesmanship in
Residents Have No Protection
politicians.For our lawmaking. body. He fur- S

a freshman legislator, I ther suggests that Instead of
Against Such Commercial InvasionIf l ,take my hat off to Mr. Lewis "'Legislature" the new body

I for his courage. While voters be called the "Chamber of

this had happened in Brad- we could not very well do without and taxpayers would probably State."
his
approve effort, it Is doubt- Any proposal that promisesto
ford County it would have beena considering the income it bringsto ful If many legislators wouldgo save the taxpayers In the

different story.Fortunately the county, and the large number for a plan that might resultIn neighborhood of $2 million Jack' F McComb Jr.
of
/ son
employed in these 'voting: themselves out of two la
now opera every years, certainly Mr and Mrs. J. F. McComb
Clay County has tions. office. worthy of consideration. Lewis
of
Starke received hIS bachelor
countywide zoning /2/1 Mr. Lewla" resolution woulddo has started a one-man cam- of science degree from the U.S.

But like most other industries away with our present two paign to get the Legislature to Air Force Academy on June 7
Bradford County does not. 'house
legislature; and provide consider his resolution.
there are many complex problems and waa commissioned a 2nd
for a unicameral body similarto Both Houses are on a one-
.When a dollar-minded property involved, and few if any .that. Lieutenant In the. U.S. Ate
operating so successfully man vote basis now, Lewis
owner attempted to convert resi owners of residential property in Nebraska. points out. To have two Force.

dential-zoned property on Kings- would want one of these large A i KIF Mr. Lewis realizes that his Holmes both overwhelmingly Lt. McComb a 1963 graduateof
Bradford
I
High School has
ley ,Lake into a commercial opera- poultry plants located adjacent to proposals la BOLD but he responsible to the people on been selected for pilot trainingat ,
justifies it by pointing out that a population' 'basis does not
tion, the permit was revoked and his home. Moody Air Force Base In
Florida is In a BOLD new era 'make sense. There are enough
court action started to force re- Georgia.
For one thing the problem of and BOLD action is necessaryto checks and balances in the -
of
moval the offending building
advance the !welfare of the committee system to see to
from the lot. The court has not flies is a disagreeable byproductof state His resolution would it that all legislation 13 treated Cadet Michael A Maruoa,

yet ruled, but there is every reas- the poultry industry that has wiFS ?P ,n" .. .w1 ) have to be approved by a fairly son of :Mrs.!\ Netta Starling of

on to believe that the Zoning not yet been licked, although The Hot Potato statewide referendum, probably Personally I think our present Starke will attend Army Re-

,Commission's action will be county and state health depart- along: with the constitu- system cumbersome and serve Officers Training Corps
up-
.
hardon tional revision, If the outmoded and summer camp at Indiantown
ment personnel are working subject feel that Florida -
held since sanitary codes and set-
is Gap Military Reservation In
solution.We taken up during 1967. l would benefit tremendously
back restrictions were clearly a FARMER'SFor DIARY Despite this fact, Lewis, who with, a strong: unicameral Pennsylvania with his unit.

violated.If might as well face it co-sponsored .the resolution legislature made up of real from Murray (Kentucky).
,
a similar instance should occur where there are chickens there long years ((18 to be op. but suggested .that grow- along with Dade County Rep- STATESMEN.land State During University the encampment,

in Bradford County and will be flies, until some satisfac- exact) we have written about ers remember who is doing the starting July I, he will receive

tory means of disposing of the farming:, and lately. about just talking against it and why, six weeks of training in leadership .
several almost as bad have already rYYYYYYYYYTTTTTTTTTTTTLAWTEY is spending some time
plain living: In the country, and rifle
waste by-product is developed. At with Mrs. Roberts marksmanship
George
taken place residential in all that time we've gotten Rules and for and
regulations physical conditioning,
this is still distant goal
present, a Monday afternoon visitorsof
I property owners would be power- by because we have not posed the organization will .be drawn other military subjects., Upon
is Mr and J. Anders
and the subject being given Mrs. O.
" less against the inroads of com- as an expert on farming or up and proposed to the mem- successful completion of sum-
mercial enterprises that could attention at a seminar sponsoredby anything: else for that matter bership for a vote at the next By Enza Blanchard were their cousins, Mr. and mer camp and graduation from
Mrs. Seba Rowe, of Port Rich-
easily destroy or greatly depreciate the University of Florida Extension However, this week, we will meeting. In the form of bylaws college, he will be commissioned -

. of Service this week. depart from that premise and and a charter. One of the W/AAAAW WALAAAU.a Ie.Deal'l a second lieutenant in the
the value and desirability Bradley who Is stationed -
pose as an expert on one thing: main points brought out so far U.S. Army.A .
their homes. Perhaps zoning won't scare -- the home water system. 1964 of Bradford
Grace Methodist Sunday has returned after spendingten graduate
the flies but at least it will entitled to a vote, and that if :
away he is member
High School a
There is School 9:43, Worship 11 a. m. days leave with his par
some hope however :
The extent of our know- he Is
a small with
restrict construction of new By Sam McGarvey grower onlya
of Chi
and 8 MYF Wednesday ents, Mr. and Mrs R. L. Sigma fraternity
m.,
that Bradford will soon be in posi- ledge, however Is based on few acres, his vote will count p.
chicken houses to where the -
tion to offer its citizens the pro- areas only one thing:, and that ia stick toether, or we'll all go just as much as one with, 20 7:30: ( p. m. WSCS met at the Bradley
H.
operation will not be a nuisance Church on Tuesday eveningof Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Priest Cp1. George McLaughlin,
will fall
that :water system down the
" tection need and deserve in your together way things acres or more. The coop scams .
they
son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mc-
and a sanitary hazard to any at the moat embarrassing: have been going in recent like a good Idea, and we wish last week with 9 present. and Lamar spent Sunday with
. this age when nothing is sacred the The next meeting will be on their son-in-law and daughter Laughlin of Crystal Lake, rec-
. property owner who has built time and ueually over years. Its backers/ every success In .
against the inroads of flagrant 4 at 8 Mr. and Mrs. John Morris ently graduated from the Com
should weekend when stores are closed their to decent Tuesday July p. m.
himself home which he attempt get
a
,, bined Action School at Third
commercialism;" ." reasonably to"'occupy in' ,> As ,readers ,of thin column Casklna also said there. Is prices for their berries. ... First.! Baptist: Sunday In Hinesvllle. Ga.
expect !Marine Division Headquarters
School 10 Worship 11 John Lee spent Friday Saturday
may remember, our old water opposition to the proponed 'co- a. m,
At long last, steps are being peace and comfort, without fight- pump Finnegan, was notoriousin a. m. and 8 p. m., Training and Sunday with his near Plhu Bar Vietnam..

taken to implement the county- ing hordes of flies or being sub- this respect and was widely Union 7 p. m., Midweek meet- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. The school teaches Marble

wide zoning code that was authorized ject to unpleasant odors. known as "On, Again, Off ings Wednesday 8 p. m Vaca- O. L. Peterson, In Arlington.Mrs. how to live and cope with the
Again, Flnneg-an." tion Bible School began the Lee Karen Lee and Mad-1 daily problems of the Vietnamese

by legislative act some To make countywide zoning NEWS And I. second week on Monday ron Duck were visiting them people. Upon completion of
NOTES
four years ago. This is something really effective cooperation must After experiencing: numerous There has been good attend- Sunday afternoon and John the school Marines are assign.

I that should have been done be forthcoming from all muncipal- trouble with the water .pump. ance and progress has been returned with them. ed to a Combined Action Company

twenty or thirty years ago but, ities in the county. The County It occurred to Sam. that it For Today's Homemakers .! s &u3&u3F : made. Closing will be Friday Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith where they will be sent

since it was not, there is no needto might not be a bad idea to get evening 8 p. m. with com- and daughter, Shell!, of Ohio to live in the villages to pro-
Commission has the authority to in. some spare parts such as By Martha\ Sue McCain mencement program. are visiting her parents, Mr. tect the natives from enemy;
milk. The
cry over spilt thingto apply zoning in the unincorporated an air volume control Unit anda County Extension Church of Ood: Sunday and Mrs. Melson Prlvltt. and forces.

do now is to bend every effort areas of the county but the pressure switch, and. have : School 10 a. m., Worship 11a. her brother-in-law and sister -

toward implementing the act be- hand in case the Home Economics Agent YPE Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. '
municipalities participate only of them on pump .It\ m. and 7:30: p. m. Pvt. Robert C. (Chuck)

fore any more irreparable mis- their own free will. quit over a weekend. Not long : \ Wednesday 7:30: p. m". Prayer Norman and children. Moore son of Mr. and Mrs. W.

takes are made at the expense of after he did that, the volume meeting Friday 7:30: p. m. Miss Sheila McBurnett of F. Moore of Lawtey\: fired expert

those who have invested their At a meeting of the Zoning control gadget quit, and Sam WHAT'S THAT GROWINGIN longer, ito evaporate liquid. Highland Baptist: Sunday Jacksonville was a Sunday with Cie 'M-14 rifle near

money in residential property. Committee held last week repre- replaced it without too much !MY GARDEN!! BAKED ZUCCHINI School 9:45: Worship 11 a. guest of Mr. and Mrs, Leon the completion of basic combat

sentatives of all towns in the trouble and felt wise as a When Is a cucumber not a Start oven at moderate ((325 m. and 7:30: p. m. Choir practice Starling. training at Fort Banning, Ga.

I It is encouraging to note that a county were invited to attend and barnful of owls. .in.the bargain. cucumber? That's easy-when to 330 degrees), Grease shal- 8:30: ( p. m., Prayer meet- Mrs. Jack Wainwright and. Expert rating is the highest
it'a Zucchini. It may look similar low baking,dish. ling; Wednesday 7:30: p. m. children of Waycross Oa. mark a soldier can achieve on
recently appointed committee is learn more about proposed land Early last Sunday morning:, 'but It has many" more Scrub squash thoroughly to Rev, James Walker will broad were visiting Mr and Mrs.T his weapons qualification test.
hard at work and has been meet- for their when all stores were cloned Sunday L. Wainwright from Thurs-
each
Only
use maps areas. faces! than a cucumber. Ityou're remove all sand. Cut into cast his sermon Pvt. Moore's wife, Cella, resides
ing frequently in effort to as a drum, Sam turned Radio day to Saturday. Mr. Waln-
an pre- one municipality Lawtey tight fortunate. enough to quarters. place in prepared morning at 7 a. m. over in. Lake City.

pare land-use maps and work out was represented at the meeting. on a spigot In the bathroomand have some of these squash in baking dish. Dot with butter, Station. WPXE In Starke. wrlght's niece, Mrs. Julia

other technicalities and legal details Starke, of course, already has its was met with a hiss of a.r to your garden (Zucchini really: margarine, or little olive oil. Sympathy Is extended toMI'II. Higginbotham of Ocala spent
water. He !went out them.
and and
no Johns Sunday to Tuesday with
B.
la a summer squash) or a Pervy
prior to putting our zoning zoning board which has been in tapped on the Season lightly with salt and between all first class post
the pumproom good friend that will share family In the recent oeath of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dobbs
code into effect. We realize that for several with a paprika.Add generous grind offices Size limitations are
operation years. pump experimentally some with you, you are In of fresh black Add. 2 Mr. Johns. and children spent the latter
this painstaking task takes time, screw driver, and when it kicked : luck. 3 pepper. Mrs. Pierce Crews and Mrs. part of the week with the now 72 inches in combined
or tablespoons water to bottom
and cannot be accomplished over We hope that non-attendance at on, he knew It was the con- Zucchini la dark green In of dish. William F. Atwood visited Cecil Dobbs family In Cocoa. girth, and length.&

night. Such instances as the recent last week's meeting does not mean tacts on the pressure switch color, long and cylindrical in Mr. Atwood In st. Vincent's On Sunday Mr and Mrs. Casey The next increase, on July

one at Kingsley Lake however that the other towns are not interested that had .burned up. But he also shape It mixes well with other Bake while meat or chickenis Hospital In Jacksonville Wed- Dobbs and family of Jacksonville 1. 1983. will raise the weight

brings the home and we do not believe that knew he wasn't about to stand vegetables/ raw and in a salad. roasting, allowing 30 to 45 nesday afternoon. Mr. AtwoodIs were visiting! the limit to 30 pounds. On July
warning there at the pump to tap it ZK-ClllNI TOMATO SALAD minutes. Squash should be Mrs. Crews' nephew. Dobbs. 1, 1960. the weight limit will
and we can only hope that the such is the case. When they know he wanted water, and .tender with edges beginning to 40
whenever One-half cup diced raw zuc- Mrs. W. O. Rhoden of Ocala The J. C. Knight family has be increased from 30
committee will proceed with all the full story of zoning and that cleaning: the contact chini, one half cup diced peeled .ito brown. Allow small squashper spent a few days with Mr. and just returned after campingin pounds: on July 1. 1970 the

possible speed. steps will be taken to inform each points is a good way to go tomato, one-fourth cup mayonnaise serving, or 2 large squash Mrs. H. C. Wainwrlght. Smoky Mountains. While size will be Increased to 78
make 4
council individually we are crazy as they last for only ashort or cooked salad dressing servings. Mrs. Tom Qilchrlstofl: there, a bear "visited" them Inches; and on July 1. 1971.

Lake property, of course,' is confident they will want to par- time after they have be- 1 tablespoon chopped chives, 1 WITH BAKER CHEESE ZUCCHINI Brunswick Ga. Is visiting her and tried to raid the ice the size is scheduled to be Increased

only one phase of the complex zon- ticipate and help make county- come pitted. But he had a new teaspoon prepared mustard, sister, Mrs. Mae Wells. this chest in the wee hours of the to 84 Inches.
switch on hand, and When baked zucchini is half
ing problems pressure one-half teaspoon salt one- week. They were In Middle- morning also reminded matters
now facing our coun- wide zoning the beneficial instru- Hazen
in a fairly shout time he had dry] 'e, add light sprinkling soy
ty. Another stems from the mush- ment for protection of property replaced the switch, and the salad eighth greens.In teaspoon. pepper, crisp sauce and. generous amount burg Ruth visiting Barthlow their, and sister family Mrs. 25 Lb. Parcels] that parcels weighing up

room growth of our rapidly growing owners that it was intended to be. pump was running merrily ia medium bowl combine all grated Parmesan cheese lo Sunday afternoon. to 40. pounds can be mailed

poultry industry. It is estimated usual. each piece. Continue to bake Can Be Mailed
offices
ingredients except salad between first class post
and Carl
The warning of- the KingsleyLake as described Delicious. Makes Mr. Mrs. Hymanof
that there are now some 240 greens; mix gen/Uy./ Refrigerateat
Auburndale stopped by Starting July 1 less than 150 miles a-
have to dependon 4
duplex is clear and unmistak- Moral: if you servings.
1 hour occasionally.
stirring -
chicken houses in : their uncle
the county Sunday to visit Packages addressed to
be part.
able. your own water system, These are Just few of the
Serve on salad greens. a
and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Mailers will be able to send
housing millions of birds-layers, sure you have spare parts on Makes 2 servings. ways Zucchini can be prepsl ei.!. 25 pound parcels between and from 2nd 3rd, and) 4th
Crews. They were -
accompanIed
It could happen here and hand, as the pump will choose If It is favorite of offices Alaska and
broilers and pullets. This is an ZUCCHINI aJso mixes well a famUy by Miss Emma Lou Sellers first class post offices whichare class post ,
probably will unless preventive its own time for quitting, and when it la cooked with other yours, would you share affected
important industry and that jour also of Auburndale and 150 miles or more apart Hawaii are not by
one steps are taken and soon will If it be is over anything a weekend.Uke ours, it vegetables. a* in Herb Buttered recipes with ua? were enroute to Canda where starting July I, Postmaster the Increase in size and

Zucchini and Carrots: they will spend their vaca- T. C. Hazen, Jr. reminded patrons weight provisions of the Pu5.

'Em With almost dally showers One and one-half pounds Pleasure Boat this week. The present lie) Law 89-573, which became
Back Alive tion.Mrs.
Bring small carrots, 1 Va pounds
H. C. Harley has returned weight limit is 20 pounds, hb
there's no more Owners
now, worry RemindedOf
small zucchini, one-half cup effective January 15, he said.
and set- from a visit with her
about burning trash said.This
boiling water, 1 teaspoon salt, Deadline Is the first of five Increases Parcel post mailings to and
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A new approach to traffic saf- but . ting the fields or woods afire. 1 teaspoon dried thyme leaves, brother-in-law and !sister Mr.

ety will be made during the com- Every motorist will be con- Indeed the Job now Is to get 2 tablespoons butter or marg- and Mrs Trtbula In New: scheduled to take effect from these offices remain aft
to burn Conservation Director Randolph York. N Y. annually until 1971, whena and 100 Inches.
ing Fourth of July weekend as anything aa every- 70 pounds
stantly reminded arine.
throughout the thing la wet and getting wet- Hodges reminds ownersof Mrs. Pearl Booker of De- 40 pound, 84 inch maxi-
the AAA Motor Clubs of Florida, holiday period of his responsibility ter day by day. ((1)) Scrub carrots and zuc- pleasure boats that the deadline mum size: will be authorized

in cooperation with State safety to "Bring 'Em Back Alive". e chini well with vegetable for renewing the registration -

agencies launch a massive' "Bring that is, to bring back himself and Berry growers were out In brush. Pare carrots. Slice car- of 'their craft la June 30,

'Em Back Alive !I" crusade. all of his passengers to home base, force last Thursday night at rots and zucchini on diagonal 1967. Boat owners must reregister The Bradford County Telegraph
inch thick. ;
one-eighth their boats with the
the Lawtey school cafeteria
in *
Objective of the project safety. when a number of them signedup ((2)) To boiling water In 2Ya county tax collector before this A ESTABLISHED 1879E.

which has the backing of the The project for the new co-op now be- quart saucepan* add salt, date.
goes into operationat .thyme and carrots: bring to .. L. MATTHEWS\ Editor and Publisher
Florida ,Association of Broadcasters 4 p.m. Friday. June 30, and will] ing: (formed.. The main reason, covered tightly. Reduce June 30th .la also the deadline -
boiling,
the Florida Highway Patrol, continue through the morning for organizing la that growers heat and simmer 10 minutes.Carrots for renual of wholesaleand 0 Florida's Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published OontUouidy
say they are tired of a set-up retail seafood dealers licenses Iffy Under TIle Same Mast HMd.
daily and weekly and
newspapers wrap-up on Wednesday July 5. whereby they may receive J3 should be slightly and commercial boat

numerous other official and civic flat for their underdone. licenses. These licenses obtained
first of
a load
If you're planning( Fourth of are PuWiehed seek Thursday an4 entered ma Second Class Matter ait the Poet Offto
a (3)) Add zucchini[ to
organizations is to encourage berries and 1.00 for the sec- ( tossing from the License Department -
Floridians July weekend trip, resolve now to ond load." Jimmy Coaklna, who mix well; bring to boiling, cov- of the Florida Board at Starke, Florida under Act of Starch Srd. 1879.Batwertptlons .

to get out and enjoy "Bring 'Em Back Alive" including i 18 a strong supporter of the. ered tightly. Reduce heat; simmer -' of Conservation, 107 West .
ta trade area 1 ...00 6 months, 9&2S
year ;
themselves during the holidays, yourself I co-op movement, said "We've about 5 minutes, or until Gaines Street, Tallahassee
__. got to make up our minds to vegetables. are tender. Let Flo. 32304. Outside trade areai 1 year, *4JJO; S month, $"..ISODfADFOIID

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r.yyyvvvvvvyvvvvyy,y family reunion in Gaines 1 In frctth water don't have a. FIRST

ville. Sunday afteinont,,. ;, false sense of security. Crlm I METHODIST' CHURCH '

THERESSABy .. Miss Cheryl OrlWU: Mrs and marine growths can also], STARKE

J. D. Orlffis Mrs Rhoda be a problem. Scrub the hull
Sunday Churc; School.
periodically or wash It down
Dampier and Miss Doris Rod- /
Linda rswfordAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA gers. attended the Commissioning after each boating trip. 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship.,
Erratic hard 11 a. m. Snack supper for
In Camp performance
of Officers
starting and mia-flrlng can.. MYF. 6-30: p. m. MYF meetings -
Blending, Sunday. Mra J. D.
7pm. Evening worship
HOPE usually be traced to fouled
BAPTIST CHURCH
Orlffls's, nephew, Joseph Zeig-
8pm.
lid"i'eat ion is held each Frl- Second Lieu- park plug-a. They should be 1-
ler. graduated a And Wednesday Bible Study
removed, cleaned re-gap-
dtr night at the communityhouse
U'nant. pod Your owner's manual will and Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. =
recreation begins at Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cobee and give you the correct Betting m. The Woman's Society of ; .
1-30 p. m. Everyone U Invited -
to come and participate' familY. of Halnes City attended for the plug gap It fouled Christian Service will meet:I' .-

Packham-Phlpps' >v ddlng.fcfflv plugs are a. recurring problem, at 8 p. m. in the sanctuary.
Sundny School 10 m.,
a.
Morning make sure you ar. not ualng Mrs.; Foster Shi Smith wUl MADISON STREET RAIFORD BAPTIST NORTIISIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAFflST
Worship 11 a. m., I
an oil rich fuel mixture have charge of the program BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH
Training UnIon 6:30
: p. m.:
I|
It the plugs are all right., showing pictures and sharing
Evening Worship 7:43.. Wednesday Schedule of services: Sunday School. 10 a. mMorning .
: check the fuel system tank, experience of a recent tripto Come and worship with us I i Schedule! of services'! : Sunday Sunday Sunday School 10 a. m. I
night Prayer Service. lines and carburetor. It should the Holy Land. The Wesleyan Sunday July 2. The church School. 10 am. Worship, 11 School 9'43: a. m Morn- Worship. 11 a. m Morning Worship 11 a. m.: I
7:30: p. m.; with choir ing Worship 10:45: a. m, Rev. .Leland A.
practice ,
and T m -
is completely conditionedfor p. Worship 8' :
b* free of gummy deposit To Service Guild and oth- a.m. and 7:30: pm. Training Evening p. n.
afterward. clean 1t. use a solution of acetone ers Interested are cordiaUy In- your comfoit. Nursery i Union 6.30: p-m. Rev. Jack Training Union 6:45: p. m., Baker, pastor. Prayer Meeting Wednesday t

PERSONALSKay or lacquer thinner. All vu..d to attend. open for all services Stolto pastor.CHURCH Evening Service 7:45.: Mid Thursday Visitation. 10 3 p. m. Sing each'Friday at 8
Alvarez of Week Service Wed-
daughter fitting/ should! be tight. Thursday Chanoel choir Sunday School. 8:45: a. m. Prayer a. m and 7 p. m. p m. Rev. Harvey Lane, pas-
the home of Sue White nesday, 7:43: p. ra
A bent or nicked propelleror Rehearsal. 7:30: p. m. Morning Woishlp 11 a. m OF GOD box. '
Mr and Mrs- C. R. Alvarez, one with a broken blade Friday Commission on Tialning Union 8:15.: Eve- 423 N. St. Clair St.. Stark NEW RIVER BAPTIST
MISSIONARY
was an over night guest at SMYRNA
: will have an imedlat, harm Membership and Evangelism Woi'ahip. 7:30.Wedneeday: Sunday School 10 a. m. BROOKER BAPTIST
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.: 10 M
Sunday School a.
I ful effect on performance), This! meets at 7'30: p. m. Player and Worship Services, 11 a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a. m.
Walter Swindell Friday night. i 633 W Pratt st. SundaS'services Morning Worship 11, a m
Praise Service 7:30: m.
p.
should be checked by youamarine.
I Wednes- It
Morning
and 7:30 Worship. a.
: p. m. YPE. m.
Miss Pilscllla D d d,i Evening
-
0 I Union.
8:30. Sunday School 10 I Training 7pm.
Church :
Choir practice :
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
dealer. In CMOS
many
daughter of dalY, 7:30: p. m. Prayer; Meeting Training Union 6:30: p. .m.
Mr. and Mrs. will ncltell STARKE a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m Worship 8 p. m.
looking atthe prop 7:30 m.Rev.L. Ev.enlng Worship. 7:30:
Friday, : p.
Fred Dodd left for The Chil- i If continual running has BAYLESS IIIGUWAY Training Union, 8:15: P In | Wednesday; night service,
S. Williams Meeting Wednesday
pastor. Prayer ,
drens Bible Mission In ; Sunday-Brotherhood MeetIng 7:30: m Everyone welcome.
Camp. altered 'the pitch of the blades. BAPTIST CHURCH Evening Worship 7 p. m p. 730.: Vernon N. WUUamtan,
Pope City. Monday. **< >" jSi Your owner's manual is a and Breakfast 7:30: a. m. KINGSLEY LAKE Everyone welcome .- Elder -L. L. Parker pastor. .
;Miss Anne Bell and Miss handy guide to engine lubrication Rev. Robert Burch. pastor of Sunday School. 10 a. m.; t T. C. Williams pastor. pastor.IIEILBRONN

Reba Thomas. were dinnerguests Hamilton Follow the directions to First Presbyterian Church Morning Worihip Service, 11 BAPTIST CHCKCft CHURCH OF CHRIST BAPTIST
at By Lynn guest speaker. Sunday School a'.. m.; Training Union,. 8-30 'FIRST PRESBYTERIAN!:
the home of Mr the lutiler and use the recommended .
Dealer Sunday School. 9:45 a. m. 10
Evlnrude Sunday: Bible Study Sunday School 9:4: a. In.
II
0:49: a. m. Morning Worship p. m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: I
and lubricant.All
Mrs. Fred Dodd and .
family '
Morning Worship, 11 a. m
Morning Worship and Morning 11
11 a. m. sermon: "Demas 2*. Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. a. In.; Worship, a. m.
electrical wiring, fittings p.
: Sunday. ROUTINE SEUVICE and controls should be The Deserter" by guest Prayer Meeting, Wod.. 7:30p. : Training Union 6:18: p. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Communion Service 11 a. m Training Union 6:30: p. m.
Sue White daughter of Mr. PROBLEMS Evening; .Worship, 7:30: p. m- Youth 6 Evening' services 6:30.: Evening Service, 7:30: Midweek
I'UKVKNTS: / Fellowship
; m.
ahd Mrs. Walter > inspected.' Loose fittings should I speaker Jim Temple. Train m.; O. ,.,,,. Meeting Wed., Service,1!I p. ,
Swindell Routine maintenance will be tightened: frayed wires. ing Union 6:15. Evening Worship ) 7:39: p. m.; Choir. Rehearsal Midweek P ray *r Choir Practice Wednesday Wednesday Worship serv- Pra&er) Service., 7:00:;

was an over night guest at prevent mid-season performance should be replaced. A battery 7:30: p. m. Sermon: Wad.. 7:30: p, m.; Brotherhood Wednesday. 7:30: p. m. Rev.Jim ., a pmu ice 7 p. m. Minister Jack P p. m. Wednesday. Troy
the home of Kay Alvarez Bill Rlgdon, pastor. Come,,let!
dawhter problems, reports used to power electrical equip- "Peter The Olver, by Rev. meeting, last Mondayin I Rev. Robert D. Burch. I beil. ,. Johnson pastor.
of Mr. and Mrs. us worship together.
C. of
Spaeth engineerIng -
manager Temple.
ment or for an electric tart each month. Rev. DavidMedeiros ,/
R AJvnrez. Saturday, night. a.t Evlnruclo' Motois. outboard. should be fully Monday-B. A. meeting! pastor. --- -

Miss Kathy Tarbox. wa a Spaeth outlined alx l things charged. Clean, the battery 6:30: p. m. Youth Choir prac

weekend !guest at the home you should put on your main- terminals to Insure a. positive tice. 7 p. in.TuesdayOffice. HOPE BAPTW'f CHURCH

Of' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doddarid tenance checklist: ((1) boat contact and flow of Cu rrwiLet's closed all
family last week, bottom; ((2)) spark plugs, ((3)) day for July 4th. [Highway 100 at Theressa} investment In Your FuturegTufH

Miss Doris Rod fuel system; ((4)) propeller: ((0))) Wednesday-Sunday School Sunday School 10 a. m.
< ) wUl be visiting wth! Miss- lubrication;.. end ((6)) electrical Cabinet meeting, 6:30: p. m. Morning Worship 1 a. m

Cheryl GriZZle daughter of sysjtem. I GoGardemng Prayer Meeting 7:30.: Church Training Union-6:50:: p. m CC gcice1i n i

Mr.through and Mrs. J. D. Orlffis I Salt peclal'Water' attention boatmen to marine shouldpay Choir Thul'sday-WMU practice. 8:13.: Council livening Worship ''JJ-:

July 4th.
I growths'on the huU. They oan Meeting 11 ::15. WMU covered p.m.
Mrs.\ J. D. Oriffls and Mrs. cut performance by *a muchas i dish luncheon. 13 noon fol Sunday Services Sunday

Rhoda Dampl, attended a 60 percent. If your boat Is lowed by business and program School 10 a. m. Morning
..
r- meeting. Visitation! 7 1 1p. WorshiP. 11 a. m. C. A Youth -.--.- -.
lilltor
\ By Hervey Sliarpe m. I. Group. 6.,.. m. evening Worship I. -I

GLASS Thal'8 Our Busines I I Florida. tension Agricultural Service Ez 7 'p. m. Prayer Meeting.\ 1

BETHEL BAPTISTS 7:30: p. m. Thursday.

"If It's Glass.We j Have It" PLAN REVIVAL Leroy LlghUey, pastor The STRENGTH
I A lawn is like an 'ole fashion
CALL. WRITE or VISIT 'corn-shuck: mattress tooth L Revival services wUl be held DEDAN BAPTIST [Brookerl r; .

FOR: ANY GLASS NEED I tend to 'get lumpy and bumpy. June 19-25 at Bethel Baptist Sunday School 10 a. m I of a Nation .
Church with Rev. H. I Frost
Since kneading andrustling .
We Design Modern Store Fronts the painful bumps out of the a.i evangelist.,; Services will Morning Worship, 11 a. m. I i -
.. start each night at 0 'clock I Training Union. 7 p. m Eve-
.
bed la a lost art this narrowsthe I
.- Just :Mall Us A Pattern For I down to smoothing with special singing features. ning Sarvlce, 8 p. m.-Rev. .
Table Tops I subject -W. L. Newman. pastor. Lacy Couway, pastor.. F At this time.out thoughts are turned to our nation and the' J
I out a lawn. I '
There ale snores of reasons r war that was fought to bring freedom, to our 1I>n4.) Pictured % ,
I I
SHEA'S\ GLASS O.I I why a lawn. becomes as un; NORTIISIDE BAPTIST / here Is a monument to the leader pf our people at that time. 41",

sightly us the scatter rug on Services Held Located on Bayvewj: .dIIJ!!. The people were willing to give their lives that we might ;

the rumpus room floor after a way (CaR 223at: ] Ralford ROM? be free from tyranny, and have the right to worship as we ..lot! ,
1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla.'Phone FR2-4353 email fry TV party. Some For Mrs. BartonIn [SB 161.] Services: Hund-> .':,1plea.
...
God wee with us then as he was with the children
1 '
dents da the outdoor carpet Jones School 10 a. m. Sunda\ ,,...
n I I may have been caused by the Chapel !Morning\ Worship, 11 s, In of In-set when Moses led them from Egypt. Upon receiving I ,
lumbering cement mixer dell their freedom they sang.,."?'&. Lord if and
Mrs. ;Ruth L. Barton 08, of Training Union 6:30: p. m my strength '
J I live ring material for 'the patio Starke died Monday in a Evening Service 7:30.: MidWeek long, and ha if btcomt my lIt 'llatltm: lit it my God, and 1 !

Serving Florida *l the utility truck hauling away Jacksonville hospital! after,, an Prayer Service Wedive tuill'f>1' par. /him an habitation; my father' Cod and I vnU ..

Since 1950ervfct. a dead tree, or the, ruts made extended illness. She was born day, 7:30.: -Rev. aienn Law craft hi....- Exodtu IS*
c2n4 I I by !last wlivtei's mobile home la Floyd County. aa. on July hon. pastor.! c 'sIc.ees1lMuae1sne'4 $ .
% ;: S One. visitors. RaIn and wind also h_ "\
aig a. 1893 and had lived in ,
Help keep our Nation strong T>y wJyrnj-" on the strength of '
I' 44
...... erode wrinkles Into a lawn. Starke for 30 She PINE < ,
years. wasa LEVEL BAPTIST "
d the Lord.Attend Church .
.. Leg-size roots coming to the member" of the Methodist Regularly. .

surface Is a good sign that 'the Church. Sunday School 10 .. m r \ 17iF -J I

,' elements\ are. taking their toll Surviving are her husband Morning Worship. 11 .. m __ ..,. .

Mrs. Carolyn Cordially. I'of J lawn top soli. Usually, leg- Howard Barton of Starke: Pre-Servlc (Booster ban .... .. ..} ,.,,. ...
Eaves Size roots. are middle-aged., three daughters Mrs. Avanell Your*" : People" aid Pry" :/ "..". ..<.' ". .. .. .. ..: ...'JI'I ...' ..I .
Representative J Welcomes I gnarled; and 1 uiuilgtvtly, aa other Johnson.. Jacksonville: Mrs. Service, 8 p. n_ Evenln >>....; ::,t1: .t-,... -Ad ;"'-::oz ...' ,.w.
legs of the same age. So if :{'} ',:,,:: :: .I I
Ph. 961-5812 I'I Lucy White and Mrs. Thelma Worship, 7 p. m. M14wService. : .,.) "
You and Your 'I you desire to hide ugliness, the :\{\,.;:.:.; 4M .
122 N. Bay St. '1 Ruth Ebling. both of Starke; Wednesday, 7:30: p t".: ., i 1(1J"-II Il' Y t1P.r'.t': .
to'
Family Your answer la simple cover ; '
up. four sons J. c. Barton, Tam m-H.v. D. I, Ramsey pas .f ;. ,
Starke New.Home. Cloth la suggested for legs and : Claude tor. (:r'. !Th..aIkh.sesd.usyhai" "" ., A '
loamy: soil for roots. pal Olden H. Barton Jacksonville WJ\; .....:."' .v4, *.U lor.lft*.*.. *.......... d Ml 'IMht '. .
;, W. Barton .
When orderlng a load of soil, t:<...,. = mil ond at Hi"im4" for man it rnpwrfto m' ,
:
The State of FloridaIt be sure ;to Include an ample Starke and Clinton Barton i BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCI' *(tf ,. ;' Idol ton br .Mi. .<. Mi Might' *. Without
:
Keystone Heights; two bro
fill I llw .fiwiWIn. In .Hw "tow. el Sat. Mwt _
supply 1 40 the ruts caused! there, Bruce and O.T Self. Sunday School 10 a. in : X; ::< f M >m
Is Our'Desire' To Make You Peel Welcome and by the \heavy delivery truck. Morning Worship, 11 a. m :: .<' M MdMf .. woy rf Mi wM 'iMf Optrumt

To Acquaint You With Your City. |I Scatter the top soil into the Mrs.both Lottie of Rome Self Oa.and: six Mrs.sisters.Nel- Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m 1'1 E': ''.N.. ,. arf .... bottom vMck M MM. jfMW \'

i I I depression; in the lawn and Prayer Meeting 7:30: m :: :,:' .. .\ *. tonHokly.. MiMfc Ownlon, meIrom 'v, ; d
lie Holland and Mrs. Pearl P. _
.wMdl ofrin,_ ...
rake the newly added real << > ptM \ > dmM-IDM
If you are new in the area, a phone )I estate as smoothly as possible. Steel.Annie all Lee of Rome, Oa.; Mrs. I, Newnuns.Wednesday.: pastor.- Rev W. l'' $ ::...::...: drank I lor Itn .uti of !fit vtllon ii! MMR l- ,jN: Z' .

call will bring Usually lawn grasses will Dun-woody Key- :$.>::,' : M4 Hi .hnllr. M,.rf.. Hal. .kovnw.. Iv
you a prompt visit '' stone Heights; Mrs. Evelyn '
peep through all but the thickest Williams. Tryon Oa. and AIRPARK BAPTIST I : .:'+ ..;: J.f-I mrr Mrm AwW .f'xW tut MftklMN""" hiDM I .

from your local hostess.. Please give application of top soil. So Mrs. Bessie Dunwoody;Jack : ': ':.:.' Owili WINU K .tofli !*. IraMi ibmla ..I 4 '.

unless you have made a complete sonville. Also 14 Sunday Services: Sunday j I :::. .: >'1 Uk. walk, >W .Mitton. !HM .IMIi. KkMlhM ,
her a call! She has maps and many change of geography of grandchildren.surviving are School. 9:43: a. m. Morning .:...:.. t .. inlHlknfkMfeftXMIrtM. ) ..
'
your yard rt will ibe unneces- Worship 11 a. m. Training .: .tly.S.d.... .
free Funeral services
and wonderful were heldat
gifts for you sary to sprig: in gross following Union 6:30: P. m. Evening : .:c. :! ''Q ,-
from local businesses. a letlral hole filling operation.If 2 p. m. Wednesday In Jones Service, 7:30.: Wednesday I : .. .lV'-'f.H.. :Q::_ _t- <> ,'.

4 you scatter top boIl over Memorial. Chapel with Rev.V. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. m i .........;;;.:; ::':O"' .._...f..'......:". .. ........".. ..... ....1/Mt.4"'''';''' V -
J. Ragsdale officiating. In- I
the entire lawn area. it I la. a Rev. :Leroy olive. Pastor." ,
I' good idea to make alight ap- erment will follow In the
1 family plot In Klngsley Lake
plication of fertilizer prior to I
I sifting on the terra flrma. To Cemetery under direction of Ill-WAY CHAPEL

INSTJtN11 110 0 USING .I burn.Insure covered that the blades fertilizer you wont may Home.DeWitt Pallbearers C. Jones were Funeral nephews ASSEMBLY OF GOD This Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the Follow .

I I like to' sprinkle the lawn ,before of Mrs. Barton. ford West ROM Weldon: 16. St. and Ral- ing; Civic-Minded Business Firms
applying
top
soil.
Funeral Services 7 p. m.-L. Z.. Parker, pastor. -
i Fertilizing the lawn at this -- I)J'!

fE: BOB DODSON OR BRUCE MARTIN FOIl I''time Is a good Idea.with or without For Percy GriffinIn LAURA. BAPTIST FAULKNER BUSH'S STARKE BUILDERS

TilE nEST. DEAL ON A NEW OK i| top soiling. However, don't ..
Sunday, School 9:43: SINCLAIR SERVICE GULF
RECONDITIONED place too heavy a hand In the Jacksonville a. m SERVICE

I fertilizer bag or you will help Morning Worship. 11 a. m. SUPPLIES. Inc.
I your subdivision get the reputation Percy Eugene Griffin. 63, a Evening Worship. '7:30: p. m. J U-HAUL RENTALS Tune-up'! Brake Repair

r of being the 40 most native of Hampton. died last Prayer Meeting. Wednesday, Truck Wheel Balancing Fr.ttirlnjr Ac* mardwaM
'fertile acres in the week in a Jacksonville' hospital 7:30: p. m.-Rev., Luther McGee I frailer: Complete Paint Supplies

MOBILE.HOME I This title: in commuu.lt3.j after a brief' illness. pajtor. Complete Lubrication Most Complete Line of Bait and Sporting? Goods_.,. .:

for homes where ithe stork He was born In Hampton on Minor\ Tune-ups and Tackle in Bradford ..C1T1w WITH us rmsr
I makes annual visits so don't July 13 1907. the son of the

I give it double meaning. late Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Grif CALVARY BAPTIST I 709 S. Walnut Ph. 961-5899 263 N. Temple Ph. 96 S-736I() 219 WuhJncton. St. M4 37f

NEW 12 WIDES FROM $3299 UP I Farmers often grow lush fin. A veteran of World War Sunday School 10 .. m .

RECONDITIONED 8 & 10 grass In their pastures on a II he was a member of the Morning! Worship, 11
WIDES
1, I few hundred pounds of fertilizer Christian Church and had Training a. m DOYLE CONNER Edwards Grocery & Lawson Meat MarketAND

2 AND 3 BEDROOM MODELSAll per acre. Remember if youdon't been employed Aa a mall bag Evening 8erv1ee.UnIon. 1:30.6:30:: Prayer p. m Insurance Agency COLD STORAGEWe

I intend to graze the lawn gage carrier with the Jacksonville Meeting, Mkt.
Ages & All Prices : with) cower cutting lush over- Terminal Co. for 25 years. Wednesday, : SpmiaUza' In Canton 8Ua(1iUrIn

I fertilized gross la a sweaty job. Surviving are his widow p. m.-Rev. R. H. 1:30// S-A-V-E Groceries: -Meats\ t -Feeds *;. Cnttlnir, A Wrapping1, .

'Low Down Payments, Monthly Payments Less* ''I _:Teaming grass with tiny ap- Mrs. Beulah M. Griffin.____no. nt__ pastor. With Your Mutual Agent Gas & Oil Prepared For Deep FTMM
Than Rent I plications of food Jacksonville and two
plant won't step< .JEIIOV PHONE 064-TOSt
AIl'S
WITNESSES 222 N.
I aggravate the grass into xcesslve daughters. Mrs. Betty A. Harden ATTEND Temple Ph. 964-7369 Ph. 964-5312 Starke, Fla.

.' FREE DELIVERY AND SET.UP I| growth, }lor, aggravate of Macoleruny and Mrs.\ ASSEMBLY

I you if you have to mow twicea Barbara Cody of Bunnell. Jehovah's Witnesses from Starke "66" Service DeWITT C. JONES
week. Funeral services were held Starke Joined
1,711 delegatesat
Mustang Mobile ,, Try applying 13 pounds of a at 10:30: .nu Saturday at the Circuit Assembly in the BILL EDWARDSBrake FUNERAL HOMES'Starke

66 or similar analysis fertilizer Hardage & Sous Northslde Jacksonville Civlo Auditorium Ph. 964-6200

per 1.000 square feet of Funeral Home with Rev. Paul last weekend. A model ministry Service-Wheel Balance .OF'STARKE, INC.

lawn. area. U.yoour.Jot; .U JOO :x Fowler, pastor of Berea Bap school was conducted .Friday and Alignment U.S. NORTHPh. Keystone Height _

150 fee(. yqu are paring (taxeson tist Church officiating. Burialwas night and three Bible dramaa 301 Ph. .473-3178

Ho.jws I about.oo.e-Ulir4 of an. acre. In Restlawn Memorial were presented; lllustraing 612 N. Temple -Ph. 964-7231 964-7600 Starke, Fla.
Subtracting the, reu f>t the Park Cemetery, Jacksonville.! teaching method of. Jesus.11.1
house the'drive the tool >
INC. wav. Twentynine
U.S. Hwy. 41 North Phone 752-2797 shed and the flower! .-beds, moot I were baptized Saturday new Charley E. John Sinclair Refining' Co. Hurst Shell Servic

likely ISO pounds of fertilizers can take dieting better than noon. and a color film. Agency ,v. .L. Thomas, Distributor
Lake City Florida i ample for\ one application.Even you perhaps, you can reduce Cannot Lie," was '
j a hundred-pounds of your fertilizer: bills by Sunday 131 5. Walnut .Ph. 964-5070 GASOLINES!! KEHOSEXH CARL HURST
after-l
Headquarters For Instant Housing I pia lilt food may be adequate to meriting to discover: how experl-j Regular OCNEKAL DfStTRANCB! Fuel Oil _Greases.
: meetings wlU ''
keep :your outdoor carpet green fertilizer it itakes to Hwy. 301 &: 100 'Ph. IU"UI
um at the local \ Nobody But Nobody Undersell o oJ I'' Ph. .
M)4, thrifty. Since J 1wu grasses: lawn green but not lush grow Hail ( log s. Walnut; Stark* -
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r-' 1 I two ft) cafe. of plnni- IN'CUNTV'': TDom'l'I' OOHHT.IN Notice l t.'ICPPhF-glyee: that-I A. YawnCoim. : ."-Judge-of Bradford KMMAKxet'utrlx OnlP'P'til' RC)FLEB' ,
I pastor Sunday School: 10 a. were visitors of the D. E. for I AND FOR BRADFORD r have. filed my final return se0xerutria Cotintv. Florida for approval of thr Kauitif"- ,
and pacification
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I m. with Mrs. F. B. Delestre Hills last week. On Tuesday aoh. projxrt will'" be forwarded t'OUNT FLORIDAIn of the elate. of C. A. of ..lil final return and c:. A. Urlffla, drr.
I ; Clrlffl. deceased that r have for an order of distribution' and THOMAS A" PIBRCR
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collect r\l:: Estate:: of I
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY' in charge. Love Feast, 11 a. they all visited St. Aueustino If pinna expreii and* vpoclfl,, C. 'A.: IIUFvM: : decetteml..NOfltK filed my petition for dlalrlbu- for final discharge; ao executrix,, ., SO3-5 North Temple. AHtarke \"
\ m. Holy Communion, at 6 p. and Marineland.Mr. cation are returned I << af KII.IXl" I'KTITIOV tlon atl for final dlHcharir. and of the will of C. 'A. arlfflt, d.. Florida.

m. service. All leaders are and Mrs. Johnny Allenof In irood. c.udltl..n wt'Mr I .FOR" FI' >t\i--.t,*:I. :i>'i ITHI\"rii.vuun' UK that apply, on,tf> July thr l-f IT..,mriilTl lies T,,. Ttienn I will caed.lme' gl) 19e1.. 8/23 4tp Till
-' irked, to please contact each Santa Barbara Calif arrived fire( ((9) days after reeelht
.' of h..I1.th.. .. full -.. member ana:! remind them of lost week for a mont.h.svlslt pont vlll be refundedB. .
Colored Citizens their obligations. with Mr. and Mrs. Den HUH CONTRACTORS .
;t tI VKNDORH etc.: For plan
} I Parents, please remind all Johnson. and pacification. to cub

News ,, |I, members of the Junior Churchto Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne contractor, vendor., etn
Watterson the depoalt will be Sixty
attend practice and Junior and Mrs. Mary
Dollar plu 3%
((10000)
I Church meetings regularly. spent Sunday in Dunnellon pales. lax. If the pln.n.
1 The Women's Day program with Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Gay. and apeclfloatlon are re.turned ..
SUMMER SCHOOL E. J. Lewis, In good condition
I last Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
was organized within five (6) day afterreceipt
Summer School is In Ita
with Mrs. Bessie Lee as chairman and Ruby Gross of Palatka. of bide., the re. rft
second week of operation The following Captainswere Mrs. Delia Hagan and Mrs. find! will be Thirty. Pol.. \S- ;:: ; C2;

with the following classes of appointed: Miss Level Edith Andreu of Stark spent lure ((130.00)check) plus hall int. De.poult be

Jered- swimming. reading, Griffin Mrs. Theresa DeSue Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. made payable. to the r n
clence.. math, typing. Eng i, W. Swindell. Architect.C. ,
Mrs Bernice Morris Mrs. Sarah -
\ PIOPAHATI': SMRKTS Separate
:
I Ush, sewing and coolclng For : *
I Gall Saxon and Lenora .
i Morris Mrs. Maggie Rees Sheet for drawingeor
further information contac I Ii Mrs. Helen Smith. All Earnest spent the weekend pave of pexflcatlon|
and
I i HS BJE or the USO of may be purchased from OPE N
with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde ;
1 members are asked to busy the A Architect a. follow ; #

{flee i themselves to contact the" Rahme in Starke. (no refundar. )IDrawtn. _
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r 'Students are experlencln Beat fl.OO per
with Mr. and Mrs. Barney
fun and learning In these .. __ !. captain and cooperate ..1 nh*.t, plus. 1% tax.ftpectflcatlon +
I .n' the program of activities for.j I ty moved here from Starke !* -- lift per } ALL DAY i> '
Classes Parents are asked to Ellerson.son of the church. ,. last week. Mr. Beatty la wit) pace, plu 9 percent tax.. WEST ? ..r
cooperate by keeping the chit Airman Milton C success I radio station WPXE. NOTES!': : All requests for ph.nonnd
of Mr. and Mr Oscar The program terminates .p"clflcatlon*. separate bid
dren In school.OBITUARY | The Stone family Is voce bonds. In the amount of fi n..r
Dell. has oeen selected for August 28. In the Carolinas this cent of the bid payable to Th.
Honing
training at Sheppard AFB Hoard of Publln Instruction o' c3
fOO1\ WL
Willie C Cooper died Sunday Texas Air Force medical nV.m.Y..VY.VYmVYVHAMPTON week.Mr. Bradford County Florida nR J
an .
as
and Mrs. Glenn'Weigh evidence. of food faith and cuaranteelna cash & carry
morning at the VA hoe i I service specialist A graduateof 1 and family of Camden. N. ': that the Miiccenaftibidder ,1.
will execute and furnl! +
He RJE, he recently completedbasic .
pltnl in Lake City. wa ,
J., and Joe Gregory of Met the Kuard of Publlo Inntructto.

porn Dec. 23 1880 at training at Lackland his I mitt Island are spending several of Dradford County. Florida Com n, I LBUfLDING I .... ae sate TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
AFB. Texas. He received bond iitaued by the Surety \
,,
wick Oa. and had Bl"Uns-1, I By MM. Mary Williams weeks with their parents Deny licenced to do bulnc* I In
B. S. degree from Florida A Mr. and Mrs. Judg Florida and. listed by the United ,- mE MANY HOUDAV 61I1N.J.-Iwesrt!
Btarke for IS years. !, & M University in Tallahassee. &&&&&&...&.& "&&&. State Tremury Departmen. : MATERIALS I I
are his wife. Alberta fou :, Gregory. a*. acceptable for 100 per oar.
I AWARDS! Recent visitors' of the J. of the contract price within
,daughters and three sons. CIU'RCH NEWS ten (10)( day. after being awarded .
daughter of G. and J. E. Adkins wet'eMr.
Emily Williams
will be the contract. Said bon
Services will be held Sunday I I Baptism! services Mr. and Mrs Frank Williams and Mrs. C. E. Adkins of guaranteeing, ,the porformunc. I MFD.MODERN MUD uaanvarroi I

). ,, July 2, at 2 p. m. lijMount held Sunday Baptist July Church.9. at Watch Antioch and granddaughter of Mr. Bowling Green. paid payment by the of Contractor.No Maid bond. to be 1\\\II\WIIVIInll f/\\\ \''I I/ //11\ Built-in "

PLbgah Methodist (for the schedule of regular and Mrs. Dan Johnson, and 1 Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wees bidder may withdraw hi.. 1\1.ill.ulliwL.\
Mary E. Dortch daughterof and Bobby of Miami spent bid tot & period of thirty ((30)
Church. church services L. W. Mr. and Mrs. Durwood the weekend with MM. T. S", day after the date Set for OVEN andRANGE e.
:SERVICE IAS'i Thomas, pastor; MM. Gertrude opening hereof. .
Dortch and granddaughter of Brown. The contractor will be required
Carter, reporter. Don McMa to complete Raid pro-jec 9.---
and Mrs. Frank Thomas Mr. and Mrs. .
Pleasant Grove Methodist Mr. 'hln the time set. forth In hibttf. "
both former residents, were hon and sons of Dayton '*lil1.tJ *
Church Churrh School 10 a. 1
: two week lie Buccenaful. bidder. If an*.
34 students representing Beach are spending i
i m. Teachers are reaay and among will be notified within five (5)
.
30X willing to intruct students In IS Gainesville and: Alach- with Mrs. Mary Watterson.Mr. I days after the bid la. ..acneptec DISHWASHER OPTIONAL AT LOW AOOITIONU COST
ua County schools to receive and Mrs. H. W. Priester The Hoard of Publlo Initructlo
Bible, and .
the study of the .
. the. cf Bradford County Floridarerve
Pierce spent
of St.
parents are asked to cooperate the 1967 American Legion the,rl"hl to reject any:
DRIUE-lfi by sending their: chil- school awards for citizenship.' weekend with Mr. and Mss and' all hid, and to weave any; Both Overt and Rang are loaded with Features

! The awards presented annually -i J. O. Adkins and attended Informilltle*.
Morning Wor- '14oAno'OF PUBLIC
dren regularly. TUP:
1 rl Gainesville Legion the Waters reunion !In Lake I"tTRtTCTION! I--r' 1
11 Love Feast. by _
ship. a. m.
PI: OPEN SUNDOWN to outstanding Butler on Sunday. I T1HAOITORI COUNTY
Communion. 4 p. m. Rev. post 16 go FTSVlttDA.Thorn 2ES
1 H. P. Hudson pastor. students In the graduatingclass 1 Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Waiter. ** !..'Cay. Jr., '
, ADMISSION I D. W. Swlndel 30.1tJCH
Will Bap- of each school. son and Mrs. Superintendent.( _
Bethlehem Free %
I 7.8
-32 3t
chosen for were In Gainesville last Friday -
, ,Adults 73c Students 60c tist Church Rev. Lewis Mc Recipients are of the -
, Kay pastor. Vacation Bible their demonstration I IN COfNTY ItT s1lrM OOt'RlIN .
Children Under 12 Free .
School ended with Commence- qualities of honor leadership, Georgt Conway and Mra AND FOR HRADFOOD
Selma Higglnbottom of Pa COUNTY F1XMU.UA.
patrtotism
THURS., FRI. SAT. ment activities at R p. m [ scholarship' courage latka were visiting Mr. and In t..: Estate of

JUNE 29, 30, JULY 1 Sunday. The program included PERSONALS and servxlce. Mrs. Dan Johnson Sunday. ALTPK UOIUNSON' H. STARLING '

Double Feature Program Flannel Board demonstra- Baker I "/k/'" Al.ICK H. STAHMNCJ.deceapmd. _._ -
tions and presentations of Mr. and:! Mrs. Hubert CFAN

, Biblical characters by the In- announce the birth of a son NOTIC'H, '' TO rilKIIITOIIMAll : _
creditor of the etate of
classes. Palm Davis I Paul Lee, on June 22 in the ftOTICBNntlr ..
termediate til hereby given thai Alice H. Starling Roblnaon "/k/
a star student. made:! Medical Center at Gainesville. sealed* bids will bn received bsho Alice H. Starling deceased. *..n W"O, r sMtJTf6P

straight A's in all activities, Mrs. A. through B. Craver Sunday spent In of( Bradford Dnard of County.Public Inntrurtlor Florida al file hereby any notified claim and or required demand 10< ..... THE VERY BEST IN QUALITY STYLE AND PRICED I "
and Willie Mae Alston was Thursday which thoy may have a&Rln.1.ald
the the office of the Superintendentof .. .. In the office of the i
attend ta.t
second. Atlanta. Ga. to Puhllo Instruction of Hrfcd- county*Judge of Bradford Comm You can always count on Modern Maid for the highest In S'&3 _
I Sixty-eight certificates were wedding of her son, Richard ford County p.c% Box: 939!, ty Florida In the rntirthoue. nt quality,the best 1 in value and when better kitchen appliances s.q 00
awarded students, and each Craver. to Carol Lynn Grayon tI"srke, Florida" up to 7:3': p.m. Starke, "Florida within nix, cal are built Modern Maid will build them. You'll find a coma 'E c.taM:
Y certificate Saturday. She also visited (KIT) on the day of July 13. ender month from the date. or. plete selection of exciting:, stylish built-in ovens, range R"TINGt'
teacher received a 19(17( for the ronntrlirtlon of! Ihe first publication of thl* entice -
I for diligent work. her son Larry In Columbia Bradford Hluh Brhool "A" Each claim. or demand rmi* tops and eye-level combination units in gas or electric: at

Mrs. Mary McLeod. director, S. C.Mr.. Htilldlnir! Remodeling Sturln b* In writing and mut l tat<.. your nearest WEST store. .-....-,.......
tile jilace/ onre.tdennu.and powoffice
Florida
D i la grateful to all who helped and Mrs. Joe Allen of at which time bid. utiall V.* : address of the cltilmani, :

PREI make the Vacation Bible Jacksonville announce the n|.nn'd and road ol<>ud. AnyMel and moat be aworn to> by the.
IS LI c I June recvlvnd after the pdplflnd/ claimant, hi* agent, or hi* attorney -i
UI trl.l on
daughter
real We are,, birth of a void LIGHTS
School a success. time and date will not be oon. or It will become
RAN TORS I i looking forward to a bigger I i 26. Mr and Mrs. E. D. Allen nldttrecl.Pinna according, to law / _

rmucim dLaPa are the paternal grandparents. Kperlftratlon, and eon.tract Jun. 1.1. 19H7.fRtherlnn at''I
and better VBS next summer I document bivexainin- Uyalla
A PARAMOUNT PiciuHt COLOR Greater Allen Chapel AME Mr. and j Mrs Raymond Hill I,ed In the office. of may non R. Mor- > .M ThomasCo.Jlxerutrlven I _I LOW !
children of Holly. Mich. iran Architect 224H Hwy. IT.Ornnxo of the ICxtati PAINT
and
L. A. Sampson.
I Church Rev. Park, Florida, and ai Alice H. Starling llohlnun. ,. ANTIOUI
AND follow: a/k/a. Alice. H. Starling MANUFACTURED BY

I 1. K. W. Dodge Corporation, d.e.aNd.THOMAS" NATIONAL GYPSUM CO.
Jacknonvltle, Florida. riicrtcu:
WALT ISNEYrr.tb. 2. Oalneavllle Plan Room 203-R North Temple Ave. Mill..N I
Florida TheatreShowtime ffalneevUlo, Florida. Htarke, Florida"

TIlE PI.AV. 'HKMKNTl... 1\1)' "PKCIKICATIOVI'llOCI ; s/22 it 113COUNTY ". GUARANTNTEEsoon D

A. OKNKHAr.: CONTRACTORS IN JUDO fI1'l'I! TOITRT
EIGH7 TO COVER
NG : Upon renuent and IN ANt POOR BRADFORD 3112 8.
7:00Sunday: 3:00: receipt of IHO.no dnprwlt I COUNTY. FtOllIDA. LUMBER NEEDS IN ONE COAT!
or O..n..ral.ntract9r.*,, In r'':' Estate ofALirw MEN.
1:00
PCB i I Saturday H. HTAHLINOROBINHON WESTERN SHELVING SOFTWOOD $1129 $il I+'..efV

ALICE: II. STARLING.
a/k/a
OF DONEGAL I flU., SAT. JUNE 3, JULY 1 -... deceaNfriNOTICM
Of PROHATHTO ,ONI-COAT 1AT1X FLAT
'$; incetorwn.Cltr PIIIAItN.l1,1 1/3C/ .
PKHHONH
ALL
Double Feature Program '
ntci MOrtCtro M JNTERfo '4TED IN THIS STATE /, A"".'" I1TA191 / 'l Mat;
.
TECHNICOLOR'F .e.le....-. W4M4MTVON OF SAID DI5CKUKNT;: : "A"PER 00$44
Multi PfTUR11a1 CECIL B. DIMILLE'taHIftDTg < __>MII.ew.ara.wnr ""& You. are hereby notified that. FIR FINISH $7.30
$ .) "': GI "" a written Instrument purporting, '
eMt wa '
praypiMw : AllS ACADEMYAWARDI \.. to be the lane will and teata- UN. Fl'. t.
S r I WINNING FILM! : men; of acid decedent halt been r"er .n ::1-s., rtj J..J'
I admitted to probate In this court text' TV, ( LATEX
) !t.AF M. $ I Better HOKUM Farnltur Co.120A You are hereby commanded I" lav... :::;r-:
month from .
SUN., l\ION..XUES.. WED S. Edcwood Are within nix rnlendar -xh" 1ete
.. HOUSE
i+ the data of tha flrnt publicationof Dent
JULY 2, 3, .4 1, 5 JackHonvUlo, Florida 8208 I this notice to appear In tide MOULDING PLAIN WHIT! alt.t4hl
courl and how caune. If any FIR
Double Feature Program_ you ran. why the action of this HUN. PT. CEILING MEN. PAINT
court In admtttlnjv acid will to T 2089 LIST
"; probate nhoubl not land un- Elves 4" If U'.90
revoked.. ('..In. 8" Se TILE
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; HAMMONDORGAN |8Thoron A. Yawn Crown 53%eN,5 WHITER WHITESt
OOUBlE'I COUNTY JUOOK, Bradford 1 3H"BOARD 3.
I 1 County "Florida. Mir' ,
excitement STUDIOFactory /HQaorge H. fierce 1 "n""II'OUTIO" ANTIt1Ut e.I I $495 lOFT -
1I
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the SQ. $1.1.3
I I Attorney' ,
With 189t: 7/ia r 1 O3/.c
5 Aluminum
Authorized ONLY
$ 'Og
0oQo0.APawesl'5Mne0Ge000 Ad'
TEfHMCOlOirTICHNISMW1 PtMMOUNTRELEtSFSUNDAY. 1 Hammond Organ STARKE sour @. Step Ladder

Sale A ftarvlc $8.79

MONDAY JULY 2, 3 Learn to play tIM easy -y .....IANDIO FIBERGLAS'
110 N. W. 10th Ave.GalnegvW. .
i 1.. flt''MGM' Shopping' Center BUSINESS INTERIOR INSULATION MoDlLI111

!" ,: -: / I 1 PAINT ROLLER FRAME.
: OANNir
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nThflfJJJfl PLYWOOD
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y : f 1 1I 1S DIRECTORY [ a.APTAC.x-TNIp' $315 $2995 MFR.LiSt COVER AND PANg

P/ ALLJOIII
$253 19"wlDl 11' 61.0 avJO
.. 2''I tC8tu( FO IS v." ONLY

:J d DTO REPAIRS


i 1 dT"a ggizgg Earl's Garage 11
\01 SAVE!; ON
AARON ROSENBERG ALL KINDS OP LOOK 1

I AUTO REPAIR WORK PREFINISHED

"DOU9 l1Taoi MAR
Production ;I Phone 9647003So. liON AT A Pi.PLYWOOD PANELING

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? Walnut Starke
''Cinemascope! LOCATIONS IN FRAMING $Z.60
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COLOR by Defoe It STATES
AUTO SERVICE. pGainesville'
InANATISION'Aad/ MURac Ul Ask ,,3330 N. Waldo Rd. LAUAC sheet

PLUS I Gilbert S. Brown .

TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY JULY 4, 5 CharleyE. Phone 376-2601 a a'FULL V"THICKNESS

i Standard Oil Service Station HARDWOOD!
ctJb! ATLAS Store IlournIon.Frl. REAL

7:80-: ::3O 20 SELECTIONS OF PANELING
TIRES & BATTERIKSDudget

( : .; I VIOLENCE I IS THEIR GOD! Temm-Road Service Sat. 7:30-4:04): : TO CHOOSE FROM ;

; Johns Phone 044-7011 Ocula! 1221 S. Orange
I GET OUT OF THEIR WAY
r 107 N.: Temple HtarUe I 629-7067 F. dreaming of a new bath?

.. : ...if you can! Orlando ISO: W. Mich. Av.
e- About this question:
t HURST'SSHELL :U1- -&It 3-PIECE
ROGER CORMAN uses
; spT1 AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL!! .* Business Interruption Insurance Tampa' 530fl N. 56th St. 'ENSEMBLE


riE FTO f Noocraron ROOa P ,[q.oAtualaU01ENG, DEVlISI business earnings to pay in normal spite Service Station 629.1181Jacksonville ISO S. 1 COMIIITS Of Ttll' TUi. Iv.l7. LAVAtO AND TOIIIT ;
A -
[! Oan Oils Lubrication Ave.38S0373 ;;;
Edffmvoml i
( [ancTon heJs":1QJaRt\ / MUREH'f.... tit t t GELS of) fire or other insured Goodyear Tires & Batteries '\ ONLY $6395

'.---0.. I perils l boiler and machinery ROAD SERVICE
Tcm coi.oiiritOMw<< *"Mwra .n:: Penwu-olu. 100 R. Blount vs
Insurance -' theft 801 and 100 sta..keMETAl. '-
4380573Jockinnvllle ROOM
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POWDER
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ind liability .
coverage .
1143 Ifalne '
( .. WORK corAnttlwuNlraralNAtavATO.vANOronAT
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STARTS ire they all available in a St.3ti9.007t "
SOON STARTS THURSDAY JULY 6
Mercantile Package Policy THOMPSONSheet Prire Vary Some Store QUALITY! ONLY $26 93 Ii

THE ABSENT MINDED PROFESSORAND from Charley E. Johns Due To FreightSAVE SAVINGS!
Metal Works
Family Fun Night Agency i


Wednesday Charley E. Johns -All Types Metal Work- SATISFACTION GUARANTEED IN ALL
on
THE SHAGGY DOG Heat & Air Cond.
Agency 20-50%

System! Installed WEST WAREHOUSE I STORESq. _.
Save R. C. Caps WALT DISNEY Ml S. Walnut St.
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_J :. V r VI
V Dennis
ed that "looked just like Tog I 203-5 North Tempi. Ave. r PROCLAMATION'May Mrs. MyrtU-B
Stark, Florida 82HU1 51 1. 1IItl1 AMbert", Poster
I 82-Year-Old Lawtey Resident Bear." V Attorney for Plaintiffs t Carl Hurst Mi-yor of the Mrs., J. E. Hardy
.
"That woman watched that l 8/15 4t 'l/8 City'of Starke Florida by virtue Mrs. rcg-B-y Similarlii's.

thing (Yogi, Bear on TV) till I I In my of by the law.authority do hereby. vested calla [ Jo.. ValinnklMr Muiifar.lVllllums" /

she had one just like It," Missy, NOTJO13! OF INTKNTION fO Special Election to be hold at Kit I'ravutt
Y V RKOISTKR!: FICTITIOUS NAME the Fire "Station' In the ..for..101 .- Ji hn BlmpnonMiw.
Last Of The Midwives'I ,,'I states emphatically. Notion IB hereby given that ... City by' tho qualified 1 ., Klhel KaymondMrs.
Nowadays, a midwife Is required the timleralfrned under the provIsions voter (Kleuton) on Tuonan, Blllu Mao ChuiitaenMm.
to have certification of Chapter 20,95J. Law. July II. 1987. X l>. tar the K O DnnnliyIn
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0-f Florida, Act of 1141. willr"lIl.ter testimony" whereof I here-
- '. from 81) medical doctor that the with the Clerk of the purpose APPOINTING: of the City unstoi&subiiurlbe" my name and
delivery la! expected to be Circuit Court In and for Bradford Clerk, and the Chief of Polio c4'-tniiKli Seal of laid City to
UlJiy. Lee baa 'causal' over with her oldest daughter.LlUte Tho mother-to-be must Couny, Florida upon re'eelpt by the Council of theCity be. hereunto. nfflxo'l this list
normal.
< of proof of nubltcatln of Sl'e.\: day' 8t May, A. D, 1 67.HUHST..
300 babies wince'' far Mae Lee, who is 62 till the fictitious name of
1043 as have been examined by a doctor notice ELKCT1UN of the City Clerk. \1i.1DAL)
batlt as) her records. go, "and I Asleep when the "vision. "-' V of Boy.KntvrprlBes: under which and Chief of Pours by the CARL Mayor
I In butnea at
not how before came, Missy admit. she was Inthe old am, engaged" voters of the City of Starke, orStarkt : ATTEST:
telling many -1 V But even days, Route I. Box 272-A Bturka. or MI, IUUI.L EDWARDS
U>&t." I "too scared" to open her eyes, Mlssy says, a competent mid- Florida. I Initpectoi. for sAId election. : aiy Clerk

Missy. 4s the last practicing i but claims she could see wife wds quick to get her patients Box Glenn 272A.H. Crawford Stark. ,Flu.Route. sole I.. Mr. Ernundne. Denmark I 6/1B 4t 'l/e

midwife) In Bradford County, something that. looked like a [ to a doctor when compilations owner. I --
and the oldest In Florida. newborn baby "hanging from, arose. Now they rush Dated this 8tn flay of June,1"

V Aft; 82. she Is still spry and I the ceiling above my head." It I -r V hem. ,to.. a hospital. A County,\).. 3997 Florida.at Stark, Bradford Don't Get Carried Away .

J.rt. :Missy delivered four also felt as if something about I __ I II "We' didn't have no hospitals 64t 6/2'J

bfcMes 1 last year. Practitioner& the size of a baby was in the ____ then, but we had some mighty

oft c & fading profession the bed with her. Missy says, al b ._ V good doctors" Missy says. She KfCUISIt-.It 1\io'rlC'1O: OF KICTITIOUM IMTr-NVION MAMK TO

..Lawt.,.re ident would like to though she still didn't move V V recalls Dr. W. E. Mlddleton Notice In hereby "given that
"...tlr.,.! 'but feels she- cannot I or open her eyes. I V and Dr. Erie Biggs both of the underpinned. .. under the provision -\
until the Lord releases her i ."I knew it must be the Lord! V whom helped her at times. of Chapter 20,951. Lawsof
Florida Act of 1941 will regV -,
from the "call." calling" Missy relates "be- I MIssy also says she can tellif ter with the Clerk of the Or- ,, -
Though her first baby was cause,I was in 'the room, alone a woman "Is to breed or cut Court In and for Bradford

delivered in 1904. when .AIl"sy and had the door locked from ain't to breed." Her theory is County.proof of Florida publication, upon of receipt this no of FOR FREE ESTIMATECALL

was 19, .he practiced only in the insidA With a night latch. that some women aren't to tlce, the fictitious name of Dixie
emergency cases until 1930. 'Someone' called and told have children. '"What would Motel under whlcll we are en-
rated In bUKlnH at T44 N
Her "vision" as she term.* it, m4l' to go take care of those happen to all the little babies TempI Ave.. Stark.., Flrlda.

.wda... a ''turning ,point in Missy's babies" she says. Then while I when their mothers die?" Gary 3. Hughea and. BlancheA. Florida Pest Control and
llughffa. 744 N. Temple Ave.,
ii?,. That was when the Lord! .till in the ,bed with her eye ". Missy asks. 'Someone has to Starve. \Florida owner. |

coiled her to "take care of closed, Missy says she eo'utd j. ,. ; take care of them." Women Dated thin doe day of June, i iA
th... babies." see a newborn baby on the .D., 19U7! at Stnrke. Bradford I
"'. : who already have children County, Florida i
fit happened right there In table In the kitchen at the j""- j ,7.,.... *r.tti.\ i. often aren't able to take care 6/23 4t 713I. Chemical l Co.STALlIHGi'S .

that room," Missy ""said pointing other end of the house. I '. .. J ''M.... ., :ifr Vah of any more Missy says. _
to the frontcorner' bedroom 'The voice called again and ......1. .. .'.... n..... "'e4'. ... ., % V 4t The Circuit Florida.Con-t Of .
Bradford
Cuanlr --V
of the home she has oo- I felt whatever waa In bed beside ; 4'y County Gets Over JOYCE: LYNN, Lewis Plain

copied since 1930! now }living me move the covers and t5 /ijV. f //i xt2 4 Inches Rain i.EW1i4 tiff.m Defendant.. WILLIAM. JOHN V

;, NOTICE( OK SUIT
Past Week To: William& John Lewis : CORNER
I During VAn 0/0 Mm.. Victor lloytOuve
DeWitt, C. Jones Funeral Home Mill. F'Hnnnvlvanla.
average of almost 4V& You are hereby notified that
an action for divorce 1 has been
i STARKE PHONE 964.6200 inches of rain fell In Bradford filed against you and you are OASIS LOUNGE
County during the weekending required to serve a copy of
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Louis Hill fire your written. defenn. If ann
Monday.
V PHONE 473-3176 to It, on Theron A. Yawn Jr.. Your CLOSEST Spot For
tower at Highland recorded Attorney for Plaintiff whose,
Rental the most rain 9'/i'' Inches address I I. Bradford County LIQUOR WINES BEER
Services .
JV Court Home Btarke, Florida,
.; j V V while New River tower .was
_ and file the original with the
AJM 12 P.M.
; Fe Clerk of the above. styled Open -
V with 4.10. Santa
HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS ." V \ : 1Vt next ,
,
I Court o-n or before July 17,
Q : tower measured 2V4 inches.: 1967, otherwise a Judgement' Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M.\
CRUTCHES The heavy rains, coming may be entered agaInst you

V almost dally, keep woods fires for Complaint the relief. or, demanded petitionWllnvHM In the SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST\ 3 FIFTHS

at the zero point for the weekending my hand and the.
Monday. seal of said <'nurt at Wtarke. OR QUARTS
Florida this Rth day o-t June,
T Since Jan. 1, the Florida I
GETCASHV Forest Service has reported 1987.glOAL(I ) 8 MI. South of Starke on U. S. 301

94 fires with 776.1 acres Chart A. Darby As Clerkof __ .
IMMEDIATELY burned as. compared with 68 8.kl Court 8/15 4t 7/8 '9." __-_' : .. ', ', nEnV1nifflIV-L: :: 'Io'_ _:.:'. _, :'

fires and 421.6 acres burned

during the same pedod last ...


; year. TAks iIaffsINEiiIicToRAPPLIANCES

c $25 TO $600 Drivers LicenseExamination
Missy holds 8Vi-month-old Roger .Jrffernon, the last baby ahu'drllvrrtti: on SfI,.. I

.. tember 22, 1966. Roger is the son of YtUIIania\ and Sylvia Jcfforann' Of Starke. ,


DO YOU HAVE. !leave I could see something states flatly. Florida when her grandmotherwas I Fees Increased MOBILE HOMES: -USED PHOTOGRAPHER
going down the hall to the Her grandmother was a mid- sold to a man in West
Cot H. N. Klrkman Directorof
-Too many payments, to make? kitchen," Missy recalls vividly. wife in "slavery time," and Florida, near Marianna.\ i the Department of Public Appliances Color TV -

"It went Into the kitchen ''Missy's mother and oldest! "Lawd no, I don't, know Stereo Magnavox BARNETT'S

;'-00 many- blUe to pay? and bathed and cleaned that sister practiced the profession, when that' was that was Safety that starting, reminds Monday Floridians July 3, Zenith Motorola J. & J. Swap Shop

.. baby." The warm water, a pan, ,itoo. But Missy resisted ,until long V before I was thought driver's license examination General Eleotrlc ,. Comnjgrcial and Portrait

DO YOU NEED and .clean olottx.were already she get. her call. MWMPO G(. *seM*." there on the Kitchen table I "It lakes all your pleasure Missy's family moved from andfrom Frames & Custom Framing
most of time West Florida $3 for regular applicants Campers from 8' 20'
: Minsy says."I and your the to Mandarin

EXTRA ,CASH NOW? was so scared I didn't venerable Negro says. Missy near Jacksonville" in 1902 when whose$3 driving to $15 privileges for applicants have 'F. O. MILLET @! Mobile Homes 32' S3' 51958 Blandlng Blvd.
.
., open my eyes or go back to was also busy with houseworkand she was a young girl. They Jacksonville 384-1461
jig sleep until I heard ,the chickens 10 children of her own. came to Bradford County been suspended or revoked. -..... Trades Bank Financing
LET HELP YOU :WITH YOUR "These changes have come turn. IWlarkwnvllte
TW Urn 4 FM
scratching outside the window Her husband, Will Lee diedin "about three miles from Rat-
MONEY PROBLEMS ," she says "Then I knewit 1960. ford" in 190-4. It was the same about due to recent law, passed JlIfWY. 21, Orange Park
'
the 67 Legislature, increasing PIANOS
*JU -;- V was daylight and I fait, safe The practice Indeed used to year that Missy then 19 years by all driver license examination Sales & Service Tel. 20-1-6321 ...: .!,*-.1For
again." call midwives far and wide, old, remembers 'delivering hir Auto J V
WefAre fees effective July 1,
Trained To HelpTown / ,both first
Taking the dream or"vision" They provided postnataland baby. 1961 said Klrkman. MiiHloal AdviceCr
LANDROVER
aa the Lord's commandment prenatal care, 'Just as a But until her "vision" In
to practice mid- doctor does ,today.In : ]1930 Missy did not consider MOTORCYCLESHONDA\ V CARTER NICE

Finance Co. wifery, Missy 4s today still the 1930's 'there were as herself a midwife. She practiced Adjustable Vinyl Book The World's Finest in 'A\.."' *n J

answering "the call. many aa 12 midwives practicing only in emergencies"when Covers. All skies 30 cents ea., 4 Wheel Drives ,.. '
in Bradford County at one all 'the others were S8 I i ,
X2* N. 964-7449
Temple Ph. 'You to under theLewd's
got come SoW and Serviced by \ 111
commandment and I time, though the exact number busy. Missy would assist In A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH VV (.(j.. t' 5t
reoulto.tUiUT Koberta' Chevrolet .'V j,_-1 1'"''' .4raS iWIIo.-
then turn the bring
is unknown according to Mrs. delivery baby :
,
don't want to RO to hell, gh"I "! Green Cove Spring! 3033 MOTOROYJLES ."..
Arlln McKniight, county health over to the care of a midwife. "AUE; ; I Established! 1948Chlckerlng
.
.. Jacksonville 264-86OO
-
t nurse. The Florida State Boardof She remembers deliveringC. &

t V I Health first Issued licensesto T. Kittles of Lawtey, who ALL MODELS Other Name Brands

midWives and gave Instruction Missy says Is about 50 now. LEGAL NOTICEI .
L:: irrigate V In. the practice In 1932. "If he ain't, he's ahavln it I any will debt not mudtf be by renponnlble anyone other for JEEP Merchants' Green Stamps PIANO 1- CONN ORGANS

: There were 1,147 mIdwives mighty." than my Helt.. Charles. Wayne. Vehicles. 2651 Pork Jiu-kwonvllle 3888519PICTURE

known in ,the state then and Pride in her work la readily I Klrklanit. ...0.-IHI' 7/13 Jeep. Wagonerr Station Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M.

998 of them were licensed. In evident' when Missy says, Wagons II'f;
In Tb. Circuit Court For
for profit April 1966 there were 194 "White or colored; I don't Bm licensed mldwives in Florida. back up from nary one or no Civil. A..tlon "... H.I Jeep Gladiator Truck FRAMES:\
Walter HondorMon and Foil- Open Salt8 A.M.\ 6 P.M. ,
It is not. known whether doctor. tolla Itcnilerimn his wife., AuthnrUnd Service -
Missy was licensed then or not. "I'll get right down with the Plaintiff., v. Willie Humbert. Approved Parts

V electrically The earliest permit she has in best and get my baby just ua Jr.wife.,and DtfendansKOTICK Hattie, Hubbert, tla S Wheel Drive :2 Wheel Closed Sunday & Monday S'PILLERS'GALLERY

her possession now Is 1945 and quick." OP HtTITTo Drive
V her record of births goes backto Missy says she has never Willie Hubbert. Jr. and MOTORS & CYCLES
but, thinks lost normal SEattle Humbert his wife, Ad- EDDIE BLAND
< : that year, Missy a baby that was dreae unknownYou
her first license was issued in born alive. But she had some Are Hereby. Notified MOTORS, Inc. 4919 Blandlng Blvd. Picture Framing Oil
.
1939. still births. that mn action to foreclose. a .
633 W. ADAMS
Jacksonville 771-8241
mortgage on the following
Though she has never learned Her equipment' consists of a !property! In Bradford County, JACKSONVILLE 3.14-7751 Painting> Graphic ArtsUAtra.m8ld

t : ---.. to read or write, Missy has bag t a manual to study, scales, Florida: -
-, Pictures
V
The South! half I of the East >
faithfully kept records of her blunt scissors to tie and cut I eventy-flve (75) feet of the. Parrish MotorsSALES

deliveries since 1945 by having the cord!, a white apron, cap, Weet one kundrnd. aeventy-flve MUSIC 1013 Park .-.In Five Points
various persona fill out the! mask, towels, and a razor. It (In) fix t of the South Two ---,- ...- -
hundred seventy-four ((27*) .
little record books for her, also includes a botUe of silver feet of Block: Seventeen. ((11) V Ju 3.53-8MI
usually an official in the nitrate to put in the baby's Kaat of the railway Town of SERVICE

courthouse. eyes. All of this ,Is provided by lAWtey.. Bradford County TARTS Paulus Music Co.
Florida, and In Section Twen
V
In 1947, for instance, Missy's\ the: Health Department.But ty-three (23), Townnhlp five SEWING CENTER

records kept in a cloth bag back In 1904 "We didn't (5)) South, Range Twenty-two 82 Years As A Dealer Band & String Instruments
31)) Ea.t .. per map or plat
and produced Instantly when put nothing In babies eyes: a. recorded. in Plat.Book No. 1 Always Good Used Cars fftftrnao. *'.
Nurse McKnight asked to look we didn't know nothing aboutno Pace 19, public records of 921 'Laurie St. Jacksonville Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers H. & N.
at the 'books, show 30 deliveries. drops. But'she remembers Bradford County. Florida. I
I Phone 35S-M54
ha. been lied avalnet you andy
.. --;:: babies' eyes swelling up and u are required to aerv a School Supplied-Instruction SEWING CENTER
There is one other registered the: pus running from them. copy of your written defenaeaIf BEAUTY ACADEMY
say, to It on Tho...... A: Roberts Recorders
midwife In the county 70- "Fact Is workln'
they gave Flora, Attorney for Plaintiff -, 1967 Singer
year-old Basle Holland who medicine and kept their systems *. whose fcddreaa. la 203-5 American
Uves on Brownlee Street in clean. That cold and stuff North Temple. Avenue. Starke. Music Llbraryo--EX'
Florida. and file the original Auto Zig Zag
Starke. Though she still holdsa didn't catch hold." Missy's with the Clerk. of the. above- Hairstyling Repair Department
license, Mrs. Holland is em 'workln.I medicine" la castor Htyleit Court on or before July
Academy
"V V- 10, un i otherwise a Juda-ment Like New
Home Health Aide oil
as a
ployed may be *nt"red. against you 21 W. MONROEJACKSONVILLE 41 \Monroe! St.
Fpr farms and groves, an electric irrigation and Probably will never practice She believes that soap suds for. the relief demanded In the 855-0591
Console
I midwifery again Mrs. Mc complaint or petition. Jttclwonvllle 833-8411 Model makes fancy designs
system will increase higher-quality yields. caused: the eye infections. VVItne. my ,hand and seal of
Knight says. Another local Missy also "I don't aald. Court on June 13, 1947. 3310 Beach Blvd. stitches, monograms
It's a profit-making, labor-saving production midwife Lluie DeSue now in think a pregnantwoman says got (SEAL) RiversideHairstyling overcasts, sews on buttons,

V V tool that's right aa rain. and much her 70's. held a license through any business watching TV" Cleric Chance of, the A. Darby Circuit Court Jacksonville 398-3091 make ,button holes & blind

'. more dependable. Turns water on and off 1966 but did not renew It this As proof of her theory, Missy By /Deputy./ Beulah Clerk.Moody stttches. No attachments _

automatically. year.Arthur tells of one baby born deform Thomas A Fierce Academy2859 Demonstrators
$64
Lee or :Missy as she Attorney at Law PARK HT. or $6 per
V. V Is known to her friends and mo: CalT Jax 771-1830:
t :: An electric motor gives year after year of Q (. ) Is also the oldest JACKSONVILLE S8 -HS37 OPTICIAN
clients
', Accredited II. & P(. Sewing Ctr.
: efficient trouble-free service. Simple -
pump practicing midwife in the
WALDO LIQUORSBOBBY'S
control with a time clock or float awitch.V state. Qualified Instructors ,
I Modern Styling -
See your equipment dealer or contact us. "Something always talks tome (Monthly Classes

V 4 and tells me'what to do," HIDEAWAYU.S. ""'here'' tomorrow's stylist, WESTERNSTORE

V Missy says She has satisfied I are trained" .

; local authorities of her compe- U.S. 301 -TOtte Mile North of Waldo ,' //RCrESSIOMAL OPTICAl
NO MATCH FOR tency for many years, but ELECTRIC MOTORS"
LITTLE DUDE
.
COMPANY
MTHERE'S with no formal training, delivered

!:-. ELECTRIC... babies for many years MUSIC : Peavy Brothers e Prescription Filled Western Store'Where
before the tate began issuing

'''\.;: IT'S CHEAPER. TOO licenses and raising standards. Wed.... Frl.. Sat. Nights Electric Co. Broken Lenses Duplicated ) You'll Find Every-
''' Missy's( career as a midwife i ELECTRIC MOTORS thing For the Horse

In Bradford County spans 63 I I 'A' GO-GO GIRLS Sold-Serviced-Repaired a Artificial Eyes Enthusiast"Western
But her family has a : Generators-Starters Leather-
years., Clothing -
/
FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY .
heritage of midwifery that goes Alterations Eyewear Specialists goods, Saddles and Trailers

HELPING BUILD FLORIDA back ,to her gran4mother, who Discount 'Prices on Package Goods, Armature Rewinding. 213 Laura St. Jax 336-5595 Charles & Sharon Petty
.' was a slave and practiced In \ 4044 Lenox Ave. 003 So. Mifewood: Ave.

Blackshear, V Oa. Owned & Operated by Bobby L. Bryan Jacksonville 387-2328 110M Park St. Jax 354-3618 Jacksonville 38IIZ10.l.

V The family( first came to .k


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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH



,I '' KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE i
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!!ITARKR n.oRm. TIIURilDA! JUNE !!I. 198'7' ,,I


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-KEYSTONE HIUTES SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Registration Open For EntrantsIn NEWS NOTESBy /i'


S KEYSTONE ON PARADE KOP Beauty ContestsTrophies

By Jim Fox Helen IC-!:

Please Phone In Your Items 473-4148 S June 29 July 6
to be awarded I to attend from Hawthorne,

'winners In the KOP (Key-I I Lake City Starke. and Palat- BIBLE SCHOOL
Sponsored By stone on Parade 1 Beauty Con- ka.r .
DUPLICATE BRIDGE fered at St. William' Catholic CLOSING EXERCISESThe
test; are on display In the] On July 4 at 2
p. m., the
Winners of the Duplicate ] Church, for the remainder The Woman's Club of Keystone HeightsThurs. window of Keystone Jewelry 3th Annual Bible
; Boy Scouts of Troop 109 will
Bridge Club meeting on June of School closing exercises
the summer. For the were wd'.f S
Shop. There Is also '
a poster be at the Town Hall to take
22 were: 1st p1a.ce1tith 29 "early birds", a mass,win be Juno held In the Community :
29-KOP GOLF Keystone Golf and Country with Information for any part in bell-ringing ceremo- : ;
points. Mrs. J. Truitt and offered at 7:30( Church educational building
witha
: a m..
Club IIe $3. young lady Interested In en- nies, the P PIr' PS
Mrs. Entry < 18-hola Blind Partner.) sponsored by Keystone -
Ray Starnes 2nd at 7
; place later mass at 9 a. m. Please the 'various p. m. Sunday.
tering contests.
I Tournament Men\ VVonwn Heights Woman's Club.
with 27 V points. Mr and be sure to notify the sum- Juniors.KOP There are five divisions: In recent this Mrs. Barry Wyman direc- A
years ceremonyhas
Mrs. Freemont Tolles; 3rd mer residents of this new AnTS AND CRAFTS. SHOW 10 a.m. to Tiny Miss Keystone. Little been tor. Introduced the new pastor -
resumed
place Mr. and Mrs. A. J mass schedule. through the Rev. Leon M. P. Mllner A
I {5 Town Hull.
p.m. Miss Keystone, YoungMiss TJ. S. as a symbol of freedom N
Williams: 4th place, Mr. and DAVID who gave the welcoming ad- _
DAVIE 7:30 Keystone (ages pre-school and independence.If .
Mrs- Albert Bachmann. p.m.-KOP KARDS implicate Bridge Party dress and opening prayer. 1- I
David Davie, 13-year-old I through 121; Teen Miss Key- any Individual has a bell .
Masonic Hall
The club fl. Donation
Ia sponsored by Bring your The 5th Grade, under Mrs.
son of Mr. and Mrs. William stone on Parade and Miss to lend to the Woman's Club
!the Keystone Woman s Club partner Prizes KefretthnwnU.Friday Arthur Ketch, had perfect attendance S-J1'
and meets each Thursday at H. Davie of Jacksonville and Keystone on Parade [ages 19- bell display, please bring It all week. The "Lit- ,
formerly of Keystone Heights 191.) Belote's Drug Store is to the Municipal Building between
7:30: p. m. in the Masonic ; -AKTS AND CRAFTS SHOW Free AdmlNRlon. tlest Ones," 23 of them under
passed away after a brief illness registration headquarters. 2 and 7 p. m. Wednes-
Hall. Summer guests in our Mrs. Jack Methvln and her New Minister And Wife
community are invited to attend on Friday, June 18. He Saturday-KOP FLEA MARKET City Park between Flans for the Flea Market. day, June 28. All bells shouldbe assistant Mrs. Judy Cunningham -
had been a patient In the Town Hall to be held at the City Park marked with identificationof
these session and Library Where antique< dealers each Bible
Children's Hospital in :Boston (between Municipal Buplldlng the owner.A gave So Kov. nnil Mrs.. Loon F. !Mllncr complete their "moving; In"
SERVICE MEN'S CORNER : meet and trade and Hell Free. 10 Verse and two .
buy ajiu to sang aongsGrade
We received George Allen's 'Mass. Services wereheld, on and the Library] on Satur- complete schedule of all under chores by derldlnffvhl. ....h picture. to hang wbnr la the newlY
6 One leadership
new address last week and Monday. June 19 In Pawtucket pen.ARTS day, July 1, 10 a. m. to ft p. KOP events will be found of Miss Kay Sunderland and Pdderorated Community Church paator'n. residence at Keystoneheight.

are now passing1 It on to our Rhode Island AND CRAFTS SHOW Free Admlmlon.. m.. have been well received. elsewhere on this page. Mrs. Edwin Nelson presented ... A retired Army chaplain. of 20 yearn' .landing: & .!.
Antique dealers are expected:
Our
readers: Specialist 4 George deepest sympathy and Sunday a pantomime of Phillip and Sinner ? the new ...""tor ft.9 the BaAF..t-nnA_ _II..J..hhl. __. f* mnilIfflIChurch. ____._ ____
ARTS AND "- -- n. u n --- n
CRAFTS SHOW Afternoon -
Only
are offered to this
prayers
P. Allen. RA 14952940. USA saddened I 2 to 5 Prisclua. tent makers who received lie and ;\...... Mllner arrived hut week from Chlco.

Ho pltal. Camp Zama M.HD. LIONS CLUB family.NEWS ./ I p.m. p.m. niece's children Mary Ellen, weekend were; Peggy and Paul into their home. Texan, where he hall been pastor of a Methodist. Church for

06343.Ward 12.Please APO be San sure Francisco to send The Lions and Ltonellas 1\fonclay-ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW Free. Sally Ann, and Franklin L Wayne Hersey Otis Alva andS reader.Miss Sunderland was the I the pant four ye......... The painting. are from the Mllnern collection I

held Joint I KOP BEAUTY IN Trant of Georgia spent Tuesday Bert Lee of Mrs.
George some lines of encouragement -' a Installation and A BATHING SUIT CONTESTS Gainesville. Misses Elaine Lovorn and acquired while they were .stationed In Germany.
last thru Friday with them. Rlbron of Ga
Woodbine Joyce
dinner eight at
Monday ,
at earliest 2:30: Tots to Teen 2:30 _
your con p.mv p.m. City Park Free Susan Bird had Grades Two
Mrs. Sapp's mother Mrs. Sally
I -
the Masonic Kail. Lion Inter- Sid and Bobby Forbes of Jack-
venlence- AcbnJ llloo. and Three and each member
Wlnn has been visiting Jacksonville.
sonville Jean and
,
national Counselor Hugh 'V Tony I
James Beeler, son of Jte Griffin. Jr. of Macclenny. was them several weeks. She left Shawn Ball Debbie BlIss Fay gave a Bible verse learned Mrs. Emily Ison of Postmasters HAMMOND
and Mrs. Bud attending 8:00: p.mTeeI and Amatnur _
Beeler..waa '' Program 8 Donations during the school.
the guest of honor and Installation p.m. last week to spend some time and Norman Hamilton and Village la on the sick
a special military officer. Officers SOo & "$1. Registration Headquarter\ with another daughter and family, Alfred and Corlne During the week a collec- list and would enjoy visits ORGAN STUDIO

training 'program In Bar Installad for the lions Club Belote's Rexall Drug Store. Lovlnff Cope on ill.- family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hudson and Mrs. Hardln all tion was taken and thisyear' from friends.

his Francisco last week. Jim and included the following: Whitey' pluy Keystone Jewelry and flirt Shop. George In Marshton after of Gainesville. So you can project was an Indian Mr. and Mrs. William Beam,I Factory Authorized ...
family stationed
are presently School of 300 in North Dakota. -
Haynes President Leonard flu which she will return to Mrs.Sapp's. see that we had a busy week- Sr. and Mr. and Mis Robert
In Hawaii.sT.wnxiAivrs ; of July-ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW Free. Their collection was $83. Hammond Orgaa
Jones 1st ; end. Last Tuesday Mrs. James have
vice-president Hook returned from an
2 p.m.-The of the Bells the
Ringing: LET FREKDOM: and evening collection
James Jackson 2nd <7U-pres- R. M. Vlcker's cousin and Sulllrvan of Wllllston and Jer- extended vacation In New Sole A Service
Two masses will now be of- RING! brought the total up to95..
Ident; Hubert White, secre family Mr. and Mrs. Sam ry Ctenahaw of Gainesville Jersey, where they visited
Mrs. Richard
tary-treasurer; Marshall Don- Everybody Everywhere" -' Ringa bell for Vickers and two girls of Ha- came down spent the night Four also Sunderland'sGrade had friends and relatives, and en- Learn to play the _y wmy

American Freedom! vana were recent guests in and visited Wednesday., Thurs- memory
oldson taill-twlster, :Harvey verses. Mrs. Arthur Ketch Joyed several days of family 110 x. w. iota ::4-
:FInn. lion-tamer: Dewey their home. Mrs. Albert Dur- day night I met my friend reunions.Mr. i

KEYSTONEHEIGHTS Henderson and Max Mooney- Wednesday-ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW Free.Thuraday rell of St. Augustine, Mrs. Dee Morris and family. I had Grade shall :Five Gallup.and Grade Mrs. Mar-Six and Mrs. John Hesterof I Gainesville Shopping Ceftteff

!ham, newly elected directors. -ARTS AND SHOW Vicker's sister, spent several: talked to Dee on the phone, based their presentation on Hollywood, Fla. were recent -
(CRAFTS Free.
: days with them. Mrs. Vlckers but had never met him. He
The Llonellas Installed the Bible lessons guests of Mr. Heater'smother.
following ladles: :Mrs. Joe 1:30 p.m.-KOP KARDS implicate Bridge Party has been a 'stay at home pa- took my wheelchair over to week. learned duringthe Mrs. Robert Hook A damned Ad In the TELEGRAPH :-

WUdt, president: Mrs. Charles Donation 9 i. tient' with a hurt foot. She his shop in Gainesville and The Youth Group, under and Mr. Hook. The Heaters fcrlnga results..

McOlave vice-president; Mrs. Post-KOP Event la some better now tightened it all up. It surely Mrs. Carl Hewitt, Jr., presented went on to attend a family

Hubert White, secretarytreasurer ROTARY FISH FRY Before Rotary Swim Pro- Mr. and Mrs. Herman R. works better now. Dee and I a scene on "The Trialof reunion In Waycross! Oa., and!

: Mrs. R. .O. Winans, JrItalltwdeter ., grafiL Bassett of Lake Wlnnott had went fishing Saturday morn Jesus." Johnny Warrenwas will return to leave their Hickory Smoked

; Mrs.' Hutttfcy as their guests last weekend. ing and although the fish the judge. eldest daughter. Anne Marie,'

MELROSE Redfearn. .Jr., and !Mrs. ROTARY SWIM PROGRAM Begin. Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jenkins of didn't bite, we had fun. Well, The proud moment for all and son, Jonathan. to spend

James Jackson. directors July 10, Keystone Beach. Jacksonville.Mr. that's enough news about our youngsters was the piesentatton the summer with the Hooks.I

HERE N THERE ROTARY FISH FRY AWARDS PROGRAM and Mrs. Dale Bassett I goings on. so let's see what of certificates for at Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lar-i

, BUSINESS Pvt. John J. Jack, of Jacksonville : After Swim Program are the proud parents of a I everyone else is doing. tendance. Most had perfect sen enjoyed a recent vacation -'

spent last week, visit baby son, David Dale Bas Alvin Howard Jr. has returned attendance and received a at,Miami Beach.

ing at the home of his fi- LION'S HORSESHOW sett Jr. born at Monroe to his base in Fort Gold Star. I SandwichesAnd
DIRECTORY ancee. Miss Jo Wlldt- Pvt. Watch for August date. Memorial Hospital in Ocala' Hood. Texas. and his wife Mrs. E. A. Rushton and Take-Out Orders

1 Jack left last Saturday to report .... on June 19. I Bonnie has returned to' her Mrs. Ruth Greeson arranged MURRHEEInsurance \ Chicken .* Ribs Reef

for duty at :?'x>rt EUSIW, Mr. and Mrs. David Quail: Job In Jacksonville. They refreshments for the social Pork Smoked Mullet
! I Va., where he will be enrolled llama are at home after a I ville. As of this writing, he visited Mr. and Mrs. T. P. stayed down In the Abshire hour closing the 'program. Agency -

BBAtJTY SHOP in a 6-weelu training pro- visit In Baltimore, Md. is not allowed visitors, but Chamblee and family last cottage the past two week COMMUNITY CHURCH Richard Murrhee, Aft.KQcneral Cold Beer-Open 7 Days

granu. S Mrs.. Lester Kasln. of Day 'we are certain, that ha would Sunday 'MlBse' Loretta Carol (Mrs. Fred Sweart teiurJU-" ., ....im>.Leon F_.MIln/irpap- Insurance v>* .;.SmitbuXr&ke: Gro.

KEYSTONEBEAUTY Johnny Moon son of Mr tone Beach was visiting Mr-I appreciate your cards and let- and Olenda Sue Chamblee Is staying' in her lake home used the infant son of Mr. Fire Casualty Marlni"Anto Illway 214 Behind

SHOP and :Mr.. Walt Thomas of and Mrs. Ed Dwyer last week- ters. We wish Mr. Pangborn a spent the last two Mondays while her sister, Josephine' and Mrs. Myron Prevatt. Jr. Bonds Gold Head State ParkNOTICH

VHth Nelson's Point. was home end. On Sunday, Mrs. Kasln speedy recovery. I. With Miss Elaine Bishop, Eden of Atlanta Ga., 1 Is visiting at the morning service last Keystone' Heights. 7S-478

Johnnon. Own* from Gordon Military Academy and Mr. and Mrs. Dwyer Miss Penny Bessette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. her. Sunday.

Personal last weekend.. were entertained with a lun- daughter of Mr. and Mrs- W. Bishop of Hawthorne. Mr. and Mrs. SJ.. Benton The congregation Is Invitedto

Hair A Creative Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Crutch- cheon at the Ty Oarber home Ward Bessette, has returned' Spc. 4 Phillip Morru arrived and daughter-in-law Cha, attend the wedding of Miss l.mO.4L

Styling .field and eon of Detroit. on Nelson's Point. In the af home after a lengthy stay in home last Monday after Mrs. Chert Francis and daughter Claudia Chapman at 8 p. m. NOTrCI''] 13 HEREBY GIVEN that the following' d."rlb..ct. "
tedtrtdual Beauty ICm* land. will b. .old at publlo auction. on the lilt day of July AD.
ternoon. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph
: v.rT Form of Be uty Culture Mich have recently purchased the Jacksonville NAS Hospi completing a tour of duty in Cindy of Gainesville, and tonight (Thursday]. 1987 at the City Hall ot K..y.to.. HeIghts' County of Clay.
the home formerly occupied Shlppj! of Gainesville, and )r. tal. Penny is feeling much better the Army. No definite plans Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bowen Rev. MIlner Is presently Htat cif Florida to pay the amount due for taxes. herein. *'t
Open Tus.Sat.6; Shlp '. parents. Mr. and: Mrs. oppoalt. the. aame. toirxthor. with all penalties. and coat of such
and has asked us to his In the -
Cloved* Monday by the Le Hhodens. Mr- have been made yet hut Phil- and grandchildren of Jack- having study parsonage ale and advertlalnff.. "Hale' to tart at 11 o'clock noon.
Crutchfleld Is Tom CrutchIleld's J. Shlpp of Georgia arrivedat thank her many friends for lip plans to attend the University sonville were visiting Mr. and and offers hla service ......r.pflo. Owner T..,.... Comt

BOATS MOTORS brother.Mr. the Dwyer's home for an their cards, flowers and letters of Florida this fall. Mrs. E. OBenton Sunday.. and assistance for thosein Ft.In of O.R.lot 68 S3 a.I'B.Rao 63.

and Mrs. 3. KT. Tiller afternoon of sailing and a of encouragement. Penny Ricky Tittle) son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank La- need at any hour of day or Plnerreat SID Marston Markey Jordan 54.87
BILL'S cookout.Mr. extends a special of The number la Lot I nik. M an Ren
MARINE of Klngxport. Tenn.. were recent thank-you and Mrs. M. R. TitUs! has ttrasse and daughter night. phone
In 0.11. 18 PII" >'>*
ALES SEBYICBTn guests of Mr: Tiller's and Mrs. Charles Jflnck to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Chance gone to Orlando for a week's Gainesville were visiting her 4734387. Kit' Joel. Strickland Ent Inc.. 19.8J:

:Fun ; eet'. ZaNAn sister and brother-in-law Mr. celebrated their 16th Wedding and the Keystone Brownie visit with his grandparent parents, Mr. and Mrs. Owen The Church Choir will be Lot. it rtlk. 15 a*

OnttxMtraaChryaler and Mrs- Tom Crutchfield. Anniversary, on Sunday, June 'Troo. After Penny was released Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perry. Bryant over the weekend.Mr. on vacation for the next two Heo In O.R.. BS Fg./ Z.lra Beinle. McCallman. 4.21

Lon !StarChryaler ...... After their visit In Keystone 25. at their home in Sunrise from the hospital she W. \ and Mrs. David Reid months, but there will alwaysbe LosK'lr. 4 Blk *
W. Tyreof
Motor* the Tillers left for a week Park. Guests included Mr. and her' mother spent nine Mr. and Mrs. and family of Jacksonville, special music at every p aa,...Ben. In OR. 85
stopped 71 Lkv.
Palm Beach
Horrtoe Parts for of fishing at Crescent Lake. and Mrs. Harry W. Baker and days In Daytona. where she West with Mr.TYre's and Mr. and Mrs Dolph Reddish service. The church directory 14/1) HII'll. W. II. Turner. >.74
Uej ,7-4 Dr. and Mrs. Wyth Powell, daughter,Edith.Ann and Edith was able to recuperate. We by for a few days I and family of Starke will soon be changed, but In Lot 9 Jiff Rno In O R

Garner Rto. SI MMeho of Wllllston, S. C. have been Ann's fiance; Mr. and Mrs I are certainly glad that Penny brother and family.after : were visiting Mr. and Mrs. I I the meanwhile, the following Addition 77 Ft. 829 Bird William Iaqul.rtlo< >> 191
and Mrs. A. F. Tyre, S
will to the
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which they go on .
fields. Dr. and Mrs. Powell- Eddie Cardenas. Mrs. Oil Pa- Betty Griffin, of Griffin Morning Worship at 11 a. m 9 Silas R c InRk.
.
I In North 9 PH :S Key-
CLEANERS made thla. a combined business redea and daughters Mr. and 'YVYVVVyy yVVyvVyyMELROSE.. Black Mountains Lodge reports that all their Sunday School for all ages tcinn ChrlatlHnrviciny :"1

and pleasure. trip. as Mrs. George Schaeffer and Carolina then back by the cabins are full, and they had 9:40: to 10:40: a. m. Nursery S/n 0".11,1> ,l Volunteer Inc. 19.53

Keystone they were also they lookingfor daughter. Martha Jane, and Tyre's for a few more days lots of people over the weekend provided:: for the morning Lot KeyHtone 21, 13 ChristIan 23-

Cleaners Inc. a home In the Keystone: Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Klmmons visit.Candy but the fish didn't bit worship. Youth Fellowship Colony BID Gospel Volunteer lao 5.04
area. Dr. Powell will' asume and the Hlnck's daughter, Lorraine, daughter good. Shellcrackers dldn.t10/ meets once a month, on Sunday Lot. 9A. 9B 9C S
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By Sally Kothhammer of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Roberts DO Rflplat of KeyStone -
O. K. Davl the
Katherlne. should evening during sum-
professorship; at the University back on the bed as they Christian
JOvery) Dry Cleaning: s.rYta of Florida in July where :Mrs. Hinck served a bar- of Jacksonville, celebrated her have. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor of( mer, under direction of Barry Colony deapel' Volunteer Ino. Lit
AAAAAAAAAAAA.4A4j 1 birthday with a party In their Lota 17. IS, 19 A 20Rfxplnt
Laundry Ftnlah or flatt he will be associated with the becue-chicken dinner to her wtih Tampa. Mr- and Mrs. Knight! Wyman. nf Kny-
2 Day !!B.rvfc Dairy Dept. guests Duplicate Bridge Winners I Melrose Lake home and Mr. and M? ueenmi UI EASTERN STAR itofle ChristianColony

Pick Up and Dellrery Mark Bradley, a student at S Kathy and Laurie Henderson. last week were: 1st place-' many relatives from Georgia Gainesville have been down. The June 20 Eastern Star Gospel volunteer* Inc. 11.11

K ywton. DelC'h" 471.4014 Carson-Newman College in daughters of Mr. and Miss Iva Hlllyer and Mrs. W. and Jacksonville here to cele-' Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Kirkland Chapter meeting was the Lot.Replat 24 to of S3 Key Ina

CONCRETE Jefferson City, Tenn.. spent'. Mrs. Jim Wharton, entertained M. Cook. 2nd place-Mrs. Val brate with her. Candy old.Lorraine : and family are here for a highlight of the spring seasonas stone Clirlitlan. .5.

last weekend ''With Harold a group of friends with a Olvens and Mrs. B. Johnson. was eleven years daughter week Mr. and Mrs. Alton Stephens it celebrated Independence Colony Oonpet Voluntaora Ina S.1A

Hawthorne Concrete Snellen. On Saturday. Harold. slumber party at their home 3rd place--Mrs. Roland! Bryan Teena Rothhammer and family of VaWosta, I. Day and honored the Grand Katharine J. MeOUv
Mark and Ray William ot last Wednesday night. The and Mrs. Robert Clare. 4th of Mr. and Mrs.' Glynn Ga. are here for a few days. Officers of the Orand Jurisdiction Tux. Colloi-tor

& Supply Inc. Gainesville went surfing, at party was a Jointcelebrationfor place-Mrs. Raymond Starnes Rothhammer returned home, The first of last week thd after spending several
REDI[ Flagler .Beach.Crndr. both Kathy's and Laurie's and Mrs. June Turett. Saturday weeks in Eau Oallle with hellcrackers were biting and Worthy Matron aeraldlne I 8/8 4t SIn

MIX and Mn. E.! P. birthday. Guests Included Linda Eltam Baptist Church finished Mr. and the Fleming family caught 80 Jackson gave an interestingand
her aunt and] uncle. S
CONCRETE O'Brien and children. of Harper Tlsh Zowarka, Vacation Bible School Easterling. The on Monday, 60( Tuesday, and informative talk on the

Hwy. 20 W. Hawthorn Washington DC.., 'are guest Anita Menzen and Cindy Bell. last week and Melrose Methodist Mrs.Easterlings Gene brought Teena 30 on Wednesday before they American Flag which is her I

4X1-29.12.: 2011 of Mrs. OTBrlen's brother and Tommy Thompson formerlyof finished also. This week visited for awhile went; Off the beds. chapter emblem. This was
ister-ln-laiw. Mr. and, Mrs. Keystone Heights, was Faith Presbyterian started home Mr. and Mrs. W. J Oro- followed by a unique courtesyby
and Mrs. C.
OAS Edwin Bennett. Mrs. O'Brien'sand visiting! his. friend. Alec Livingston their Bible School. The attendance picked up Mr. left far a lick ;have returned from a the Star Point Officers.
R. Wesley and
Mr. Bennett's mother last Sunday. Tommy has been real good week visit" In' 'Fort two week trip in the moun- Special recognition was given

Keystone Saf-Gas Mrs. Geneva M. .Bennett of stopped by after visiting with with both the Baptist and couple Texas at Mr. and Mrs.L. 1 talus in Tennessee and the to Sister Blanche CUnningham'
his fiancee in Winter Haven.He Methoddst Worth. for her faltful service since
Bottled Gas Jacksonville spent lat weekend reporting R great home. Mrs. Carolinas.Mr. ]
with her family. Clndr. will be married on August success. as will the Presbyterian C. Thompson Mrs. Easter- and Mrs. Keith cren- World- War n. She has placed
and
and Appliances and .Mrs. O'Brien and children 6. I'm sure. Thompson > haw and daughters of American Flags on the graves
sisters.
Se Us For All of Your will leave this week fora Col. and Mrs. Jim Chesslnigr-' Happy Birthdays go to Mrs. ling Welcome are back to Melrose, Gainesville were visiting' Dee of all servicemen !tn Key-

visit with Mrs. O'Brien's I ton were visiting with Col. Margaret Wilson, her husband Wakefleld ani friend, and Betty Morris and family stone Heights Cemetery on
Gas Need' and Mrs. William Weldon of Tommy Memorial Day each year. This
sister and family, In Palm I Mungo Wilson also celebratesa Tommy Sunday.

Phone 473-4331 Beach and will return to Charleston, S. C., last week- birthday soon, July 7. Happy and Hayward his trucking Bagwell. Job was Freeman and MyrtlreDauffhtery year she was Joined by the

NURSERY Keystone this weekend.Mr. end.Mr. Birthday also to Nina Thompson. to but Hayward I of Jacksonville newly organized American Legion
-
transferred Jax.
and Mrs. Herb Wll and Mrs. Gay Livingston July 12. work. Good held a family reunion at the Post 202 Auxiliary and
and son. Alec, attended Mrs. Mungo Wilson has \ Is hunting home Sunday. placed 91 flags In Keystone
O.C. Carnes Lucky Lutgens
Nursery Larry Bryan's wedding last been ill for several weeks Luck; Hayward.: Those .attending were: Everett Melrose, and Theressa ceme i Life's Luxuries Now!

invray 100, FUrahonM) SCHEDULE Saturday in Jacksonville. Alec with her legs. She has been -.vvyvvvvyvvvvyyyyyvvJNDJAN and Joan Daughtery and chil- teries. I .

2* Mflea SB .f StarfeaKuraary OF SERVICES was an usher at the wedding doing her own housework and dren. Mr. and Mrs. Bob TO.e chapter will bo In recess I

Stock Thooaaa l 'Mr. and Mrs. Andrew John- cooking for her husband by Daughtery( : and daughters, until October with the I Many a luxury long* cherished:' 1 in your wishful
of Plant A Fruit Traa> to PARK eon and eon. Kenneth. of pulling a chair around with BEACH and Mrs. Hughey Daugh exception of the annual, be
Mr thinking can moved forward from the future Into
choose from. Nice Shad. Tress, Queens. N. Y.. were recent her to alt birthday celebration of its -
in and not haveto their
Jacksonville
of-the %.Me aort F.) tery, all of the the
(
Bvergrreena it Landscape present by judicious use of personal
guests of the Bill Slmerals stand up all the time. We Audrey and family) founder Robert Morris. Plans, your
daughter
Planta. All in containers' PALMSSUNDAYS 'Mrs. Johnson and Mrs Slm- hope she will be well real By MIotuMl R. Cfilttrr Joe and Nell Joseph of are being discussed for a possible ; credit.; A swimming pool on your own grounds for

Plant anytime. Camellia. A eral! are sisters and havent *. 475-1171 Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. T. picnic with Lake But, instance may be financed with a personal loan .

azaleaa. seen each other for 'seven soon.Mr.. and Mr.C. P. Perry Sr. C. Smith of Orange Park ler and Starke chapter members. I and enjoyed while you are paying off loan in monthly

Let .e do yeur OM-Z1M:landicaplugPhoas 11:09 A.K.-7:3' 1MI. years. The Johnsons spent two 'were among many guests attending AAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAA4,4Greetings Roxie Smith of North Carolina installments out of income.

week; at the Slmeral's lovely the Gain family reunion : Here we are Mr and MrsFrank PERSONALSMrs.

USED CARS THURSDAYS home on Lake Brooklyn. at the home of John starting another hot week. Jenkins and daughter of Pat Fraher returned' COME: IN GET ACQUAINTED

7:30 PJK. MrsRay Tanvler and son Blassin Gain. Certainly Is nice to be able to Brooker and Don Osteen of

Hanks Used Cars PUPTDAMBNTAtBIBLE of Jacksonville, were, weekend Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilson !- jump Into the lake and beat Keystone Heights. They en- weeks Jut weekend visit In Detroit from ::,a Mich two. i KEYSTONE STATE BANK

TEACHING, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill left last week"for Michigan the heat. Since I am still Unable joyed a barbecue dinner.
Community Church members -I
BIG CASH DISCOUNT SlmeraL The Slmerals entertained to visit with their daughter to type I am vlsiUng my Carroll Aut-
Mr. and Mrs.
Member F.D.I.C.
were glad to see Mrs. Keystone heights Fla.
TERMS AH Services HeLl In ThCongeala their guests with a Mrs. Beverly Anderson, grandparents Palma and Hubert man and children are staying Arthur ,
Brainerd visiting Mrs. i
BUY SELL TRADE Atmosphere cookout.We and husband and two Chitty in Starke foa
daugh-
"Your
in the Barber cottage near Alma Frost for the weekend. Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
Rt. 1 Box *0Hwy. Of The LoaIIp..J are sorry to learn that ters. Walter Wilson is home few! days.!' They came down .the Rapes. The Autmans rent A former I '* .
100 8 resident of Keystone -I Communlty.u .
Mile S.
Stares
Don Pangborn is a patient In leave
on from the Navy. and spent the weekend withus. the Rape home In Waycroes/ Mrs. Brainerd now resides I
Riverside Hospital Jackson Mr and Mrs. Hugh S .pp'. Other guests over the ro.nu- on nest paid. at Wesley Manor near




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vIDe are spending a taw day Schmltt &,}d family of Starke here's Leeon '' Eight 4 Injured In AccidentsOn wa. approximately $350 and within You are six calendar hereby months commanded from
Melrose/ at the Rose cottage. were down last 'weekend.' LEEONS CORNER the Jones vehicle incurred the date of the flr.t publication/

Mrs. T. A. Sweat of Quit- Their daughter and son-in- THE OKLAWAIIA RIVER I' damages estimated at $400. of thl. notice to appear, In If thl.
court and show cause any
[From PrecedlnrOa. ) Patel man Ga. and Minnie May law Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller Let me tell you about this Rain-Slick Highways Keel was charged with speedtoo why the action willnto
Wetmore of Vero Beach arevfcritmsr and son of Brunswick were river. felt for condition eoortaIn UmJtllngt saUl
should not Hand un-
Mr. and Mrs. Dick visiting them. It's name is the OicJawha.Tve ) Rain sllckened Bradford pact then knocked Keel revoked probate

and are vacationing; here. Hilliard- Jean and Harold Johnson been down there many I County highways were the Pontiac into a 1963 Valiant IS/ Theron A, Yawn

Mr. and Mrs E. W. Revels Mr. and Mrs. James Kln- were down' for a hOUbecleanIng times, scene of two serious multi- driven by' BrendA O. Jones, IN IN COUNTY AND FOR JufeOB'S BHADFOK1J: COURT: C'OUNTY JUDOW Florida Bradford -

'were visiting \their ton and chen and sons and Mrs. session last' weekend. With my parents and Granny car accidents last weekend 19. of Lake Butler, who was COUNTY. FIAJJRI1JA. /S/ Qeorve County! ,U. Pierce
family, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bycle Veal were down fishing (Mr- and Mrs. Earl] Voyles and Pa. which left eight persons Injured waiting at the stop tlgn on In ret: Estate o-fALICPi Attorney

Revels Jr., In Plant City over and swimming: last week and daughter, Peggy, 'were In fTow this river is really I i' and caused over $5,000 SR S235. ROBINSON}[. STARLING t/U 4t 7/13

the weekend. Their grandson end.Jack Fort Myers from Monday to loaded ''In! damages.A :Mrs. 'House complained, of a/h/a ALICE fc. STARLING
Steve Revels came home with Miller is still :having Thursday last week fishing. With different kinds offish decea.ed,
dP II head-on collision Sunday Injuries, but Register Mrs P1.uun.'E' RIGHT POINT for the
OF1 THE
NOTICE
them for a visit. trouble with his foot from the They caught snook and red I
afternoon, 1.8 miles south 'Of Jones and 'her two-month-old TO ALL PERSONS!: : write. Come In
Mr. and Mrs- Jimmy Faulk- encounter with a sting ray. fish. Their daughter and son- And. to.stay: down there fora "'Startce on U. .Highway.3, daughter were,.all uninjured.Damagd INTERESTED IN THE STATE the way you ES-
favorite
ner and children of Macon. ) OF /BAIL DECEDENT: and select :your
He saYS the clams aren't in-law, Mr. and Mvs. John week or two caused the 'injury ef 'fllx per to the Rouse car : \ notified that
Oa. are visiting Mrs. H. T. KIrkman and children, of You' are hereby-: : TERBROOK\ pea
worth It. Joan MUler returned Would fulfill any fisher sonst was estimated at $500. Keel's, a written 1n.trum.nt. purportingto
Smith for two weeks. Her home with the Mac Mc- I Greensboro N. C., arrived man's wish. I .: :31w' the IftMwill' and .t. tament TELEGKAPII.
'totallydemolished.:
Injured were: Paul r. John- car was dertiilani been
ef Bald
'
daughter, Trellie Cheshire Oowtuns Sunday afternoon to' Sunday for a visit big as I I'I'I
The catfish as
grow eon 27.; Mrsi Salty: H: Johnson i Damage. Register' truck. admitted to probate In thin court
and on of Pompano Beach I spend few In Jack. '
a days : Dave Nelland of Alachua pigs 24 Paul S. ,5 of
are here for a few days this sonville. visiting1'Pete think that' ; Johnson; ), I
I was and Joyce Now you may Sumter s. C.; and Jean Hor-
week. Her grandson, Mike Coburn and :Raines .
Peggy Barton over the weekend.Our a lie. ton. 13, of Leesburg. All were I
Smith of Starke, spent part were down over the weekend sympathy goes out to But I have seen many 20 riding In a 1965 Dodge pick
of last week with her. and had their nephew and Pete and Joyce on the deathof pounders. truck driven John- (4
Mrs.
Charles 8trondb>rs of nle<*>. Butch and Yvonne' Pete' mother Mrs. Bar- Slowly. swimming by. up by Conie on In! The water's fine at

Jacksonville spent the week- Raines, and Cheryl Holbrook( ton, of .StarkeShe died Mon- The redbelliea are really son.Injured
end with his mother. Mrs. Jo visiting. day after an extended Illness. thick, in the second vehicle -

Strandbcrsr, while his wife Me. and Mrs. Tom Smithof Well that! seems to be all Ands boy, they can really were Charles M. Boorse, 41,
and daughter were at a Orange Park visited the the news from our side of and' Mrs. Frances Boorse 41, '

church camp at Camp O'Leno. Jack: Millers Sunday after the' lake"'for this week. Don't pull.Sometimes you think you've I .of lllaleah. According to

Mrs. Jewell Rose and her noon. work too hardgetting ready hooked State Trooper O. C. Garrett,

cousin Elgin Lang of Max- Mn and Mrs. Charles for the fourth. And now, The tall of a Brahma built' Mrs. Boorst was the only ac' cONTANAL
cident victim to receive serous -1
Shellcrackers, stumpknock- injuries.
ers and bluegills. -r
-- --- _.
Are down there. J'ifitto .. Oarreft reported that the
pickup.! truck driven by Mrs.
name a few.
And oh if are D. L. BennettCommissioned Johnson was travelling north "
IT'SEASY TO WRITE yes, you VILLAGEI
wondering on 301 when It skidded across

the I median, colliding head-on
RESUI.T-PRODUCIHG' WANT ADS too The: bass are down there I In ,..,1at'I. Guard, with the southbound\ Boone

JUHW.r
Now that you've heard my ,vehicle .
fI
David. of "" bM.oAAi+s
Leslie\ Bennett, The accident attributed
was
Follow these simple tales to make your Want Ads bring better results.. story.Take that tackle youVebought. I Ralford, receIved ,his. commission to slippery conditions, and-'no I
.
"as 'a 2nd Lieutenant In

Remember, a good Want Ad l i ig nothing) : m&re th.an.salesmanship in print. And .go down to the Okla- ,Cal; D,, S3rd Spt. Bn! following' Damage traffic citations to the Johnsons'were Issued.pick .'-.

Write Want Acl in the waha, River graduation from the Flo 'up was estimated $1,500.: :RtW UtAlEDSWIMM1SC : -- .* x -* -
your same friendly
style you.: use when tellingfriends rida. National Guard Officers '
J Where the fish aro waiting and damages to the Boorse POOL,
and neighbors about what you have to offer. to be caught. Candidate School at Camp 1967 Oldsmobile were placedat .

t .\ 'I. V .K Blandlng Sunday. 1000. IIee ynt*haw J'OIRGmItl'S' '! pdsnCdgo ?
.....
Seventy candidates were .
Pon't Abbreviate: Don't be Penny-Wise and PonndFoellsh commlsloned after commence Four-Car Crash !" _b _..i.",B wbeo pa.. -
William B. Keel 65, Of '.
I : I&mifU15t ment extrcises) at 10 a. m, in waD$ lo9aFbudrma'.busaQloaRllteeW'ssmoming "
and
Surveys studies '
prove that most ; Hahlra, Ga., was seriously Injured
the. Camp Blanddng auditori tits h.v &'ek
War.t Ad readers pool--eoijoy'
do not like
or under- It makes; good common sense to elirnU in a four-car accident

stand abbreviations. Make it easy for nate unneeded words front your Want : Willa is -- Sunday um.president''Dr. Joseph 6f Santa.W.Fe Fordyce Junior, during a Friday afternoon ,--oaand .

don't people to! them respond to your ad '. Ad, but make sure, you don't ruin the Mass, '7:30: a. m. Wednesday, College, delivered the com rainstorm 7.7 miles west of here had in 700*!
guessing with'abbrevi- .
aUoca..ket'p effectiveness of your Want Ad by making :" Mass and Novena '7 P. m. mencementaddress.. Starke on SR 100. .. Fontana VJOaya fe the Great Stocky .

It Incomplete.Remember,You're not Lt. Bennett" Is a yraduate: State Trooper W. E. Surid- Mountains largest resect.....md .
Community Chureh Rev. School berg reported that Keel. headIng -
of Union County High -
Put Yourself. In. he Prospects Shoes: placing' a Want Ad to. save money . Lead P. Milner, minister. Mrs. and Is employed as a correctional west on loo was* unable not far ftwn: where yon Boel -__ "-

Give full Information and all the deand you To make t Inserting money.your Making dto get-results ad too ; George Canova organist Mrs. officer at Florida\ State to stop -his. 196-2 Pontlnc sedan IDEAL FAMILY. RESORTFIebing .., .
your and it rammed
William Warren Secretarj} the lear ofa
tails about itvhut' you have to offer. short may save a few'penndea that lose Prison. I is excellent in Ptotana LIla
Describe Sunday School, 9:40: a. m. 1963 Rambler driven by .
terms
tell your prospectseatlefleetheftneeds.offering vrtif m benefit yoijr( offer you.dollars in results.. Morning Worship 11 a: m. Big: Outboard Zella B. Rouse, 59 of Broolc-I in Mq.8DI! Jsme, and then'II{ writ: + '1

Give slaen: dimensions Ant It Is Easy To Order Your Ad I Nursery'; at 11 a. m. service er. as she stopped to make a mekbsg square dancing scenic ......

capacity,;'condition, advantages. Trained competent Want Ad-Visors will only. Motor, Stolen left'turn onto SR S233. I tennis timfiSeboard. horaeback T1Ibm.* ', -

And do. .t forget price I Want!: Ads help you word your ad .for beet possible I I'' From Home' The to impact skid around caused Into Keel'scar the .jjlanty more to fee and dot
without'prise-are EO% leas effective .results. All you do I. pick up your. I Frwbyteriim.: : Supervised play for children baby / -
than ads with Church Theft of a &5 horsepower' opposite lane of traffla where I
price. telephone and they do the restOnly Faith Presbyterian Sendfar
: outboard motor arid rccesso- it was struck by a 1965 White inttacaavaflaWa. 'WritIt'or pl>an*far
--Rev- J R. Neale ;Jr., min- :
Ister. Mrs. W. A. Wallace or.ganlat rles totaling some $1,600 in tractor truck and trailer driven J' soda-aakfcrReetfaLia: : FREE COLOR FOLDER

$1 ,For 15 Words ; Mrs. Carl Swisher, value, was reported to the by Charles Lee .Register, .
D3gn.fU11IllageB ec )
suntmer organist. Sheriff's! office Tuesday by 32, pt Lennox, Oa. That Im -" I DeIJt. [1 FDatmta y>3b.-', a.c.zxm-.

: c School 0:43 R. D. Hamilton, manager of
'' Sunday : a.m.

TELEGRAPH I ; CLASSIFIED: ADS, ; Morning- Worship. 11 ajn Home's on U. S. 301 south of ,- .... .L '
Sunday (Nursery open both Lawtey. < :
hours.) Hamilton said I the articles UP nAOI-IN
.
GET ,, .. .. $50
RESULTS -t .eu.Episcopal were removed fro'in"rlls"boat, ,' TO ALLOWANCE
the I I 1.8 I rIJirl1oiiiI hr Y.w ow/ .......-.... ,__AwYe.
in
parked a grassy area on : : 'h..ft r_ 01. ..e I.Wwan. .
Lr 10 ro
St. 'Anne's Re1W./ W.Woratall south side of the Horno proP "" .Ce...,....
-- .
PHONE 964-6305 vicar. erty some time between clos- -.....: ......... -

n. ._ __ ._ Morning\ : Prayer and Her ing time Monday. "and- Tuesday.. d AUTOMATIC WASHER ? -fl 10 Cu Ft. .
"
2nd and 4th .
Sunday '
mon, -
morning. The xngle spud Decorator Ssnst washer Itcuitom I
V:30 a.m. (nursery open.) Reddish said crafted with oll.par.6inIIII outside .'TC->0="-=.=--.-- --d REFRIGERATOR
Deputy Dolpli
Holy Eucharist and sermon and inlide*" Only 28"Wide
.a I J
that footprints and tire track I
1st and 3rd Sundays, 9:30: J a. I i t" ", '"Deep-Bolh" woohing A.50 lb.fr.....

V 4 t m., (nursery- open). Church Indicated that the thieves ., Efotpetnt aoien,"D.ep! -Dp", lro., I I .-.......-. ; 'I. t. fA e 3 DooSh.l.! ..
the items from the
carried
c alwaue ple rtnfing rugged J. :-:
If QU"Ilke Cor>rl 1 School, 9:30: ajn. "Holy Eucharist boat'to' a vehicle parked on a WASH" mmerciol I me Irani- s #.II' II. 3CabiMl3Mlvq, .
8 aoiw each Sunday. million.S179, ---.am- ,- Butter Bin and

it il'$ 'C 83StT.r; 011'I1 1 Ct3 th1 ; Evening Prayer, 7:30 6:30: : p.m. east graded of road Home's.The' a .short distance \ 95';: t .tii "G, 1)) t--- ;b '. '- SIt buill-in; Morage.. ) .
each Sunday. EJYC : p.m. : J p. "'_' .gA orl7eagi.
I 'T(
missing items included
SMITWCOROHATrav'eler'x each Sunday.
Daily offices of Morning a black Mercury motor. Model A l 8h J S! E With Ti ( I l49
r itl 'f'Ggh .,f 1w> and Evening Prayer, 8:00: a.m. 950 Serial No. 19349&1. two :

I w. and 5:00: p.m. sets of water sklis, a 12 volt "' 73AW $10 DOWN ."-I-t''I' t.. :xt-y uoi

battery'' with plastic case, one I ELECTRIC DRYER ." -. J .-J"---\. I "
-LbttteranLutheran. 12-gallon fuel tank a fly rod, a.I :.. $10 DOWN
Church of' Keystone I a ,green 'plastic tackle box Two automatic t.mp.ratur. = .. .II.7JJ:1} I $2.50 A WEEK: .
wR x zJ3 I.clion..normal low... "1 '; .. I ...
and or >
Heights: Vicar Richard fiveboat cushions one ] ,

Meyer. minister.. orange colored life Jacket. All ling. Sp..d-?tow" drying. Up 1..!... -. .. r
I
7 =
;' Divine worship. Sunday 11 of the equipment was relaUvely I --_-

tLat a. m. Holy Communion 2nd : new, Reddish said. lfan"n"ilt."S139'95' A. ..: -.

Sunday of each month. I ,
Service held .each Sundayat oWN :.;:;, :. V. ', 12 Cu. Ft. 2-Door REFRIGERATOR
fl j. <
r ,St.. Anne's. THE RIGHT POINT for the ato:: n" j'iIW'l'QI"' rJi' dP/1'\:'" 86 Lb. Capacity Ireeier. $
> XTOocopaCOrurch .
1 $ 42 .
i Zd the way you write. Come I In 11E- !;-1P'v''. -I ... I Cycle de ro't, Ihd., .ut 199'n, "
r. Keystone; Jelghta.FlI. and select favorite ES ___ .. w I._ porcelain .nam.1 crltper,
your -LL-.L.; : .J.- 1uo.
., .,; '
.. TERBROOK fountain pen. .-'.tt elj .-- -- ........ dOlr rand.gll IfOrag..
.- 'f $3 A WEEK
-BaptistWorship TELEGRAPH 1ml
O"ELECTRICIlANGE 14 .ft.No. REFRIGERATOR
"
eervlc1 .
: Sunday ......... :iitD': ; '>' 3Heaf'Rotary Controls .. I ,_,., No ProU.an wheelv. ,103
U a, m.. 7:90 p. m. [outaery ....... Calrod Surface Units ? r Ib.fr....,.t "tslt .-.Mt SO O 95
open]. I AWPat 1 know Na-DtipGooktoP E:1.: 'r -. por..la'n..h' criipen. A J7bullrirveea WITH,
Sunday School 9:49: a. m. BobdOnpo".lain.inia" c : OqF r .. ttorage.deepdoor TIADIa.50AWIIK
1 tnurwry opnl. TmftiiUm TJiv 1 Y' EotyCleon, n
Ion, 8:30: p. m. (nursery! openli WHIT1OR ante* ,:.*,'

-I i Rev. Lawrence Carrollpactx" -.r:; ;;n. -.: COPPERTONf
*. ON ,- h.re.a '
.t. "" 2i1 !=_ ,, T.1- liIS =_
:
LCLA.SSICL12 ". 1It''re1,'
p t Auto Skids/ -- rt\ t'loi'I.-. t
;:> v)
I DELIVERS' I ,. 15Cu. Ft.. r..
( TurnsOverAt'RR. ; ,01.h1u k; "J 1 Bottom Mount REFRIGERATOR.. ,.- fH.\"f1 r I

/ I Crossing d ,. + "- .'Ii. I 105'A NafrotL ''lilt.au. tar ea>y I. II' ,
II '
I d I : ", cleaning. 144 pound 'freezer,24.1
30' DElUXE ELECTRIC I RANG. Sq.!,! ft. Shelf Area, f,....* bailtet.porcelain oZ:
A. ; : :
I "" enamel near pan. twin .
.
night.; ; 4.6 mile south>' oetark 'clock.'higlMp.ed'2700-5 of .. _
'
t.- ; 19995 .__ '\ by SMITH-CORONA on U.tS.1301rlleeulted| ''TfMlftt' YOUR eAlI' ENGINE .W' waH wrface unity; Infinite-heat. C.nv.ment dao.Ior..e.
j In t eo damage to a .1965 ._.. : I...;;
I 1
EAR" wrfoce unit"aMrol., timed, WY _
+ -- IS A GOOD WAY TO-RUtr4 .c:2799S _
This bfoathhouldered( portable outperforms everything r h fts :Mustang! coupe driven by 8u-' I7S PERFORMANCE.' The-hunurrwr appliance outlet S1QDOWNI ". 'v.*-* ,. Oil 1-; ___

class.-IPs handsome, versatile, asygolnc- and built for ,,. east S. Lemotne, 32/ of Tar Jutt is,'t sharp enough for to / Ired... W1111U r ....2..

extra duty it boms and off ica. -. wr. .fnwar, 'r A 1r' pon Springs.,, day's quieter, well-lasulated en- -I J p C1- _i.raJ= Iu I $l*DOWN '$3.79 A WEEK _V IBCu.Ft.EXTRA .
haV s Miss Lemoine travelling Sine*.Se trust the) factory ipeciflci.lions. ..'
north OD> u. 8. 301, saidshe NEV18 ijvanc..ths. tirrrlnj 1 15 Cu. Ft. CHEST FREEZER o rT.t- SPACIOUS
.
was applying her brakes.,, as beyond factory specifications or Holdt 518 "a..nd.ot taoa, L II..H} '! I .' : ; SIDEBYSIDEREFRIGERATOR
*
she- approached a 'aJlroa. <: )Gu'U loon find .' only 46V wide" gliding $199'95 1 a. '
CHANGEABLE TYPE : yourself with bmk.t.T Acrylicenameledgaloandsdttesl --'I'---! t.iI''''''. I ; I
t 40 optional special accents crossing and lost control: of l costly japaJr till. It.al.o,pay tC1' liner. i I I'' r15I e Only W.!Wide

.;;,a and characters thst simply snap on; gives you 'a custom the en the raln-sllckened know that the best wary '(...., M.. dJrott-wat.rdrain. ." .s3.5 0 A W'IC v e1- ''-';; I I No-Frort! 214Peundcapocily : ,

keyboard: in an Instant. Five inexpensive sets.' highway. to Inure your car h j I & LVr, u J'; I _-- i f,....,
The Mustang skJdded off through State Farm Mu i I'' : "1 4 door frrelveiglideout
.. .
.. .". I 'r; : I : ;
[ .... :*. JEWELED MAIN BEARING for lon. -1astfng, tao the right-hand side of the tii i. thane i mQ4t1.d .. -. juice I can rock bald .

lory.new precision and perfonnanco.: ; road into the.ditch, travelled nlR7fJ.ffiif"\ \ I I Tr'I' I I fr1. .Null width ihelve
219 feet Tolled over orc and r.\-'t J=:::::, .1 d.lu.icv lower
r J -
KING$SIZETCARRIA'CE. ... two Inches 'longer than most for. extra big came to rest.on. its top. \ 1 ; I ,-..... .. e! .t e porcelainenamelmeat

i typing jobs;like: reports, charts arid ledger sheets.'. .. State'Trooper W. E. Sundbenr .t1t: I l/"J" '"-- _Io.Y.'" \ t. I -. I vegetable-pan and 3baiket
:
t lie/ ''i
f
avrtwv, '
the accident. .
-Investigated .
) sans a.-!!!!!_ .. ; gild out
IIANJPSOJVIB VINYL .0,41
CLAD STEEL CASE .V.: at no added cost '
andreported that t MissLe! ,
10 Co Ft. UPRIGHT FREEZER, t .: *459l1IAOS, i
-
molne was not. visibly Injured. .c -- I- ,
: I
.COME. .IN TODAYMm TRY TIID-I ALL. Shavn A...... Ii 1
......'-- -- No... -traffic citation was' ],- ( }t tO 9 -,<"" "
-- -- sued. ;j wrmh... k hold. 334: S 69 95 .,,;.;,:.-;-;>_."' I., $5.75 A WEEK

Only pound... ef food. Only J8-- | .. j=$60 TlADI-IN

127'50Plua *>.lde.. :3 I refrigerated th..lve. .. 5 0. .... lor et1
'DIEJUGJIT POINT for,the MERRITTWILLIAMS ) 4 door ........., porcelain. $2.75AWEEK. .1 "' e.._ _,r

Tax the.war-yon writ.-Come In ,.., 4stittesl Interior Hner. iii 31liig"1l i-rt C9R 1 wwA-.craw

and ecUct.y: u .favorite ESTESBBOOK -. a.
-" CVIOICB: WHITI-AVOCADO-CO.'oH..
fountain pen. 117 N. Walnut St.
TELEGBAPn.,

'BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH' .... Phone STAT., 96J-3391 FARM. *LOWEST PRICES EASIEST TERMS -


Adjustable Vinyl Boca Butual Automobile 'Insuratice Cortipjlry 1 t 28 S.. Walnut St. __ II rhODe 96i-S2S9

rovers All sixes 30) ecnto ea. I fbnI OflicII( :BloomillatOll, Winois Herman Willis Owner Bill Wilson, Manager
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\ :ST>AT. JUNE' 2e :198' .
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Art GroupTo the Civil Defense building at I The artist, who has taught InJapan Beer orn..T., M* tt wllf become void I In re:COUNTY Cheat the Fairground and adopted and India, aa well 'aalUie Stolen.., ae.ol'l\In. to law.Jun. C. A. OBIPFta', dMeaied.NOTICn for an order of Aletrlbutlen and
Elect by-laws. P. J. Novak presided U.S., said that technique II;.IIST I OV FILING PFTITIOX: I for final dhl"h.rlf& r.xacatttsof .
Slate Catherine DYal Ron FINAL CHAMOB Oil' the will of C. A. Qrlftlii, deceased -
as temporary chairman.It ii I.. not nearly so Important to From, .Tuck'sDrivein Haul ThomaeCe.IBxeciitrloei, I UXBCUTIIIX .:
was pointed out that those interested in art aa is of the BatateAlloe Notice le hereby s-lven that. I June '0. 19(17(

Of OfficersA the local association can arrange ,the fun they obtain from creative F a/H/a. H.Alice Starllnir. H. Starllnc.Roblneon .have,...,utl'lX filed of my the final..lateof return C. a A.* Exwiutrlx:EMMA! OK1FFIS: of the BORBB Estate of
for art Instruction of effoit OtrlMle, deceased ; that T have .
Bradford o all kinds, once the : PIERCE) filed my petition. for distribution C. A. Urlffle d c.
County Art Association organization @sldeii Mr Strange and .
03-S North Tempi Ave.
THOMAS FIERCH
City police are Investigatingthe and for final dlnrharg-e and
was organized: at a la perfected.'' Novak, the Initial" meeting Was theft of 21: of beer tarke, Flo Ida that on July. 11, 19117. I will r03-e North Temple Ave.
meeting last Thursday lilg-ht, A highlight of the meeting attended by Mr. and Mrs. case aaat TuX apply to the Honorable. Theron gtal-ke. Florida
taken :Monday night or early A. Yawn County Jud.. of Bradford -
a
was demonstration of technique Severs, and Mr and
Dwnlghit ;
cOtYNT"t'rom's
and permanent officers will Tuesday from Tuck's COURT.N County Florida for ap- 8/22 t71U|
be elected at the next MeetIng which may be used. by Mrs. A. E. ''Brandt of Gainesville morning AND FOR BRADFORD,
July 20.Twentyone, beginners In on paintings.I' ; Joseph Kauffman and,, Drive-In on UjS. Highway 301 -
in Starke.
staged by 'Reginald Strsag.l Thampewn.1. B. Rober. of Hal-
persons attended an art teacher from Indian j ford; Joy Novak, Martha Sue Officer Felix' Sapp' discovered
last Thursday's meeting/ the theft at,.bout 4am.
Lake. .Estates; 'lake! ,.Wales".1 McCain :Mrs. Bill Costello '
Tuesday, morning. Sapp said
he was paitrolllng! the area and
found that locks: on the supply
.r .F"-r'ttwYdh7b.: room door'bad been broken to v JUST HOW MUCH ?
L$} ry

gain sort entry.drink A large stored quantityof in the t :ECURIITY.HAVE' YOU? f

supply..room was not taken. P"- < *" 5

Another Big Oneilenny.old Danny'Rhoden, son of owner .
NOTICEThe Clarence Rhoden estimatedthe !j is t'C.' r-1 -tie
value of the beer at about a ,
) Cheryl Philips., daughter !of +,1.. wild Mre.Jtun '
.
$12
.i Phllllpn ,of CoUey Road, couldn't let her 12-year-old [r .If you ."..to Le w +, 1

oouNln.":' Gray Flynn, get too. far ahead. of ,her. Last week we DWI Charge faced with a sudden ; i

pirturedGray' with a 111 lb., 10 ox. ban cewgjbt Klnptley need,far xtra caih t

Luke. Thin week Ifa. Charyl's turn with Vb; ,,1-peunder, ahecatrght Filed Against have) you got it?.Tho ,"N r
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r few day later, also In Kingaley.' Both young fishermen Two Driver ..

Following Insurance CompaniesWill were using; an artificial black worm to makla ,their.. "lucky IYfOftreWdrtDshQYOan '
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catc-he. Charges of. driving' while) in* .vrvlncr asingr

.. txuOcatext were filed hem .i rve>of ipar..cash I
Monday Against M. J. Thom
Stella Jane CMteltot',Col. and .b to lOW rvflixarly I
erto
and Raymond Marvin Collins
-Be Closed Mrs. J. A. GrttTin,.Francis Lea- Tee To GreenBy Thomas was arrested .bJ'.FHP' \' -.v", 'month '

caf beau. Wilma Emanuel, Florence ., Trooper ,W. 'E. Sund- LI ;
Stuart; (Mr., and Mr: Carl Herb llerree. Pro berg\ Jr.. and Collins was
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Minx,. Katberlne Stephens, Starke Golf charged by Deputy mutRebert' : : ;;; !

Monday and Tuesday July 3 and 4 Leslie LIbby Jr... and' Mary' And .Country Club I Green..- I |
Lappe, all of Starke. The Annual Club Championship Both, :defendants were r4- It t.
AU persons interested In art Tournament by' flight I is. leased under 180O bond each, ,.
In any form whether paint. ,completed width eae_ ptIon.1 as set by County Judge T A. ., .
itvgV aculptln, wood carving: Final In the Championship Yawn.IN .. ptiuOne lateral, ;
Doyle E. Conner or collecting are invited to : Flight: will be played Sunday UVJJUlIf
attend the next meeting on July 2, in a grueling match of _
July 20.Five I COUNTY JtTDOB'S! COURT,
33 hole'-with defending champ IN AXD FOR' :BRAt>FOHD 1
Harold <( Wm. (Bill) Powell .
ScheduledFor with CQrde Terwillegtt' a very rn ALICE reB) tf tat 8TA of: UNOROBINSON

strong competitor. This! should .
Induction be.a fine match between two a/1 Charley E. Johns fine golfera, and will be a ,d.aeese.NOTUR "'TO CRII1DITOR"- b' 'o :
''hko' at.'IheIt' 'to 'fel ,All rr.drtom/or the eatate of ,
Five men are scheduled for l'p
., Alice II.,Htarllnc Roblnaun a/k/ii .
induction on July 12 by Local low.The Alice H. Btnrllnir, deeeam< ",n ,
Board No. 18,' Selective other night have been h.reby pot/fl.d'and required to "t ;
H. C. Wall Service. They are: Eugene: completed with the winner of I fll.' any' .they claimi,may' hail or. demandewhlah eaelnMMid I ; ;; /

Wlllard Pass, Freddie Lee the First Flight F R. (Doc) estate lit the offlae of the "
Starling clarence Lewis Mitchell Carradine,. who defeated MarIon county iud.> of Bradford. irouArtf. 'ftA ( A 1 T'' '.S'TiA/ltk"E' / :
Merritt H. Williams James Edward :Regar Eider' 1n the fhtaM 2up.The StmrW.. Florida, Florida'In the, within cotrrthouw ahc cal at "
Second nigbl' winner, Dr. ender month -from the date of
and Lawrence. Dean.Fieeman. .- I H_.U- .Adam*...deXoaUd,Pale the.flret publication of thu no- of 30 Bank of the Florida National Group

Fifteen men are schedule for, John for.the title l,up.0 Hav tic bfr,In Bach"wvltlnsr claim .or n*.demandu.t' eauet state II ,
pre-imructlon physical examination ing 14-year-old Dale In the t5a.> plan or .. d.nee and poet lyfambev Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.BBaHHpM .
. .. r finale was a fine tribute to office addrB< of the claimantand I ,, ; ..
.. ', .' I on July 12. mat be *wor.;'tox'ey the
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younger golfers' at the Country i, claimant his anent, or-his' at-,
------ Club. __._ u.._ _.._ ._. ...- .
. Paul Hutchin defeated Carl .,,.'- -,-'-" :;<" iaBMaaaretHi' =n '_!- ,, ___-=_ .==_=> = ,-- .

Minx! 2-up to win ,the Third

Flight.Saturday morning: the club AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I

will hoot the Morocco Temple
Truth For This Hour '
group from Jaek onW11e. They -- '
will tee off between. 8 and 0

am.The newest Junior Tournament .. AUTO SALVAGE ,Farm and Industrial INDIES WEAR Office) Equipment

< ... ,of the :Korth Central Hancock OfficeEquipment
Equipment Cherry'sGainesville' \
,
,
Florida 21 dub '
will be played .
THE BIG TENT here 8.
-- -- 'Sunday July BRASINGTONCADILLAIr'OLPMQpU.lw Most Fashionable
This fine .tournament willhave ,. Address For Ladle
Fe Tractor
Santa Corosa=
a definite reserved starting ) DREEISESSUITSCOATSMATLRNITY smith- lAutborfied

time,, from 12 noon ,to'1 Ica WEARACCESSORIES Dealer
p.jn., and from 2 to 3 p.m. for Inc.

the second round.< AU members .HALES.. ., '*-SXRVICBFine .. .,. T: Vfj! ,""m11"er'1.Iiy, Oaln BlbI ftudIt riutri are asked to tee off prior to FORD
): Mention. of tlMd ban
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the a | -ting: .t.lme..tocourt.esy chow o sA..LUiSJIIRVIcIC-t2II'ft'.u.a:! '
to a fine group of rrakem On OMUUM.Trades> ,Farm Tractor At Implement* WEARL .

young golfers of"this central 2001'N.lstb.; Btrntoioa : 4.41 ford/ Industrial Equipment SAVE TIME: DNeeasr yew
& L Men's
section of Florida USED QUIPMENT Shop ...
..\ re.nlrodseot* wttfc flra*.
Starting at noon Saturday, *7oi SALES PART SBUVICB Florahetm Shoe*-- 828 N. :Main St.FhoB G&ns.viu. .
July ,,2. Fred Taccia will begin PICK UP A DELIVERY Peso Plums Suits 874MfflPAINTAGLASk
HIGHWAY 301 NORTH STARKE FLA.
operation of the club'' dining .,4488 NW. Sixth Gainesville Ladle Sport Wear <
room. Information has been
Phone 876-2048 Arrow Dreg Shirt
ry'y t rrtrrJ mailed the to present all members menu concerning and the- '" "CRANEWipol.4&SILRCCRT I 18 ,W_, University, Galneevtlto. \

hours that food; will be served. OARPEN) !SUPPL1IS! :
Liddell Paint &
Members and their guest arecordially MouiLE :
Invite to try this Autaortr b,e. M a 8.erlo.' : HOMES '
oVFaris j Inc. Glass Co 1XYANTZit
w fine new service offered by the Johnson .. ..
Two Weeks Non-Sectarian tarke! Golf ..& Country; Club. 806) 8. Unlvereity, CtolnecrQl .14 MUSTANGMobile ,'
PMon 473-4X1 CompJrft41 tbienof PAINTSG1s1ae.AfLrRer
A Homes Inc.

Only ; ; ; 5 "et: '' PresentationOf Social Security Crane.Imports ,luMtIoldPIIt 1lEED80-1'LUrT SoppUemmJlw ... I flalneev- lie'. Discount, H..M1. Enol..: iaree. e>Rliow 1I041th i' DOOM Doer. sTub
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Office Hours' WlydowaAwalrgdMrpebWaupapel -
: > : Homo Wee Lot.
V Ive (M.nese.Bee.) dtordkoNC..aeltatlo. '
+ 4 A representative- iof 'the We Rent FertUlztrU Bgru4en' Forcliaao discount on entire ., 1 1
r + VXAT-IOLtMAH: chain guarantee huge _vinc'.
ttb .I OalneevlUe Social! Security Of- N.JV"'atJa..y.. 118 N.W. Sixteenth! St.
Gospel
tice Is In ,Btarke each ,Monday 1201 N. Mali? Oalnaerffl tIIONJt lu.e4IIa NEW MOON CAPELLA OAINB8VDJJB 872-81U .

All ,Churches JL iM Truth and Friday, at 0:80: a.-m., Pboae 873-1373 Oamenfllq, ..... FAJCEMAKJEB)
utMtadrk; In' the 1"D1t.UN"
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Welcome Building for the purpose of SEWING MACHINESNational ;
Priced. With approved credit ..
business.conducting 0I001a.witr" P a.ty' Academy GLASS >. low .* S100 down.

Persons who desire to make 4820 NW'llItb I+ St. 441 North Sewing ..
application far social '
Mouritjr
POWELL'S ,
retirement or 'survtvora-fceae- ; GAINESVILLE. OabM vUIe S78-1S44 I Machine Cbh .. nc. :
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flU secure social security a I count nunbersv or let, sty ,Beauty Academy4a GLASS Ca'INC', I Nosy lalAte,.Prfcft.ITeloo.aeHti ,-

Evangelist R. A. Kurth((right t) Youth Soloist l 'Charlene Kurth other, ,are social invited aecurity; to InformatloM Me'' Ins-I a rrofeMlen- fo- Tour '''VJB: ., d.,1N. OLAS3-I Scooters I Vi.bv.faal 1Sa13s. ;.......ICaohtae...... -

representative at'the .Uma of I Slur]> Tune. Jilt or Part Time f iBtore .'early.- Ilew-rt.w Units...J3 q.monthly, _
: ,. hi*. Ylalfc: DAY ) icv rreauWindow Ifiao. a CYCLERAMAMotorcycles TernUAvallabt
Budget _
ALL SERVICES( 7:15 'P.M. MAYOR'S COURT I ;:nTilt4 7.z! : J .Door -*;!n\ib-i. Sliding Xtactaruw OlaM. ,.. la, :! 1 811 W.-Vahesnity, t3.te.a.taa

\ I 1 I ,31, 2Gwr.lour Aye. .. M8. KUniveraity..,1't.. ......-.AL 14tG.INS '. ,IT" ...
DEVIL IN CHARGE ,, Merldisposed .....!IIe $TNTM : a'teSALffi
Thugs, June 29-18 THE Tuesday, July 4-"WHERE. JiOun: EL9V- The foltowtnf else r >1'108& .
of In Mayor's: CourtTueedevy p. + ;
OF HELL? ,ED JEAD7 ,.' SERVICE
TILES & PAINT
When, where, what l ia hell? Can they bee us on earth? How can we night: CONCRETE ri rBODUCTS> ACCESSORIES:
,
Ernest Andereon. voluntaryinboxleatlon.
SIS
W. Vtalventtr. G.aa.nme
te sure they are safe -
v-. '
837.60 or five Glass FLINTKO'1'S nutVtoyl E
878-2811
Friday, June 30 1,000 YEARS OF. PJEACE -
day -Vburl Aabeato Aifthalt
AND THE, DEVIL'S WATERLOO"* Wed. July 6-"IN THE* SPIRIT". "ON TIlE I.lah Allen, vohmtory In ,, .> itiisac,zllAr ALL: yol7iiCOCYOBOI'h'P1t6D1TCfIYt & Co. Inc. Floor FinlahJnffWALLfAPEH Fradtete

Satan In chains! What is the bottomless. f LORD'S DAY" toxicatlon, 5380ror lo days. '' l : Glazing MOVERSLong 'ctitr'r-
pit? ', A startling revelation about the Creator Kenneth W.' Barron. disorderly ,, -' J

and Ills day! t I conduct by doing bodily AJKJB L 1UB8T WHOM. .> AUTO MIRBORS GLASS -' Distance Moving I ITTenneyTile .
Saturday. July 1"HEAVEN DISCOVERED"Is harm 137.SO-eor seven days. "", Local Drayage

there a "pie in the sky" foryotr? Thurs.. July "RIGHTEOUSNESS MFAml"Sunday Louis i McDonald' disorderly' : Edward'a'.BuilcIina' : Tile' KMleeoree) Bb wee oricePacking- -pratin &: Paint =

How men re saved. What God expects conduct by disturbing the Supply Inc. Own Btore! Went. Shipping .
July 2"ARfAGEDDON.EARTH'S of His peoples I peace. 921AO or five>day.. tREe ESTIMATES CALLHILL'S .2233 N.W. 6tk: Sit a
LAST WAR" ,. ,NOTICE I 2a /S. kate-ttMMi 1919 a. Mate OalneeTrULii CalnesviU 37S-UOS' : ..

The fight to the finish! How will f it be Friday]) July 7-"THE SEVEN, GREAT RELIG The Johnny .IuoJ'l"Who' i s7-oon MOVING
IOUS MOVEMENTS"The was lilted In la*> week'sMayor's OAIHIE6YILI.B.. FLA.. '
fought? -..rEtEcntIC- > & ,$torage, Inc.
Court
pcoceedlnKs TRAVEL
faithful in all churches. .I -
IRON :ORNAMENTAL
live on Coo er Boa4.t.n4' i*
Monday, July 3-"T1IE CORNERSTONE. : .,"OF _ h not the Johnny Jackson ,who MOTORS.ELECTRIC .8040 KB. WaMe Bd.CWneBvllle .
TilE UNIVERSE" 1Saturday; ,July 8-"OUR IAITII ON TRIAL"The 18 1 director of the Reno,Recreation . 872-4271 House of Travel

A fatal mistake that& will cause millions union of all rclielows under one Center.' r Ornamental nun

to be lost. banner. .MUSIC INC. .

RECEIVES' DONNA: TRAW1CX Steel Stair LJpham Music Co. ,, AIRLINES ........,
DCOKEaTf i Motor,R.pCo. rabrieat10m Erection of '

f Miss Donna Trawiok,.daughter Light atruatural Steel! CMmOTflte. Ktantaf Ctf. BTBAMSKIPIB..a.
: $1,000 l IN AWARDS '. ," of Mr. and Mr*..Jack Tra, 'tf 6uw.Iia; I3... MlMceUaneoiu Iron 8T8-0808
I moll: of Starke, graduated from a.peJrIq-aRtm4/ 11* If.' m\JO* AvailAuthorised ......i? Cw ReataJetNo ?

. t the University ot..Soutb Florida If ew, tad U.e4 Steel Products Co. Charge For Our Serrlo
IA Tampa on June 10,.receiving Baldwin Piano Organs WeeJUaye 8:80: to Glee
a Bachelor' of Art WORK' : GI1A.IL4.NTJCEDI"Iu : .Guitar Gibson Ooya Sat. pt.u.
r FOR FAITHFUL ATTENDANCEa i degree. She -will be. at home .M N.W.UnI.BIv"'o.a-m. Drama Lud'wJC.Sl1D&'er1an4 I 8415 W. University :AT*.*

.. ,. for' several week with bee 871.11311 -S74-U81'-'- ...Feuder. _'8taadard! _>Amplifier*. >- _Gatnesrlll 8781601TI

1 l patent on Klngaley take. .. n'__ ', .
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,- ___L______ ____________ .-- el! Sctrck' nrnio.d 5-4 In favor of Pest night; Garden ''had no trouble
Women's League I NOCK .. : Control until ISbrgcl'a' scored downing a punch less Register

Starts 2nd Half : hr ; n- 7-6 Win Over>' two run to take! the lead 6-0. 011 team 6-0. outhlttlng- the
lathe 6th,inning Pest Control Oilers 10-7 with Donald Fal-
After RainoutsThe Pest Control scored a run to tie the score con going three for three.

#'I oaguetlesder.1Neogel'e Auto and 'at the end of regulation Standings: Noegel's 3.1.
Women's League was time the score deadlocked Garden '.-2, Register Oil 2-.,
scheduled to etart (Monday I' had to gointdtbe <10th Inningto 86. remained tied until the pest Control 1-5.
June 19, but ole' man weather down: a, '"determined' Pe.t'I Thurs. June 29
t1'tl 10th Inning" when Noegel'smanaged Schedule: --
"Control ,
team. ,7-8 ,
put a halt to the scheduled I I'I started. thingsoff to pick "P,the winning Register vs Pest Control, 7:30.:
Pest Control
gomes, as he did on Friday, run. Claude Hardee led Noegel's vs Garden 9 pm.
June 23. But finally on Monday i i I in 'theist inning: by picking back Noegel',' at the plate with 3
the 2nd half schedule up 5 runs. NoegcV came .
,
got hits while Tom Hardln gottwo
underway with a double header In the 2nd_picking up. 4 runs for.' Pest Control.. I A: Classified Ad In the TELV:
at West Bide Park and the on a grand stem< home .run by I GRAPH bring result
Smith..' .The scorer*- H! the other game of the
Wayne : ,
the lat
No. 1 and 2 teams of,

half resumed their winning I .
way with 2nd place Good .
mans Gulf defeating Crews ; i t SAMPLE BALLOT

Sunoco 13-6 and 1st place '
'
Conner Insurance whipping i f ". 'SPECIAL: 'J 'ELECTION : :

Begrgs Gulf 14-3.

Goodman's Gulf Jumped on Bradford Florida
//Starke County,
Crews in .the 1st inning, picking ,
In: j.s ii;u., \ ,
6
up 7 hits and runs"! '
<
the 2nd inning. Crews made a t JULY 18, 1967 ,
,
game of It for awhile, picking
up 9 runs The score stayed 5 ; .?initials of Is-
8-3 until !the 5th Inning: when : Buinirg Official(
Goodman picked up 9 more $ Y'rtr NO'f ". ., .. .'; T7 JW"3>"
r r'e .
-.--.--.-.--, '
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runs on 4 hits, to cinch the
3 f r"r > ,J'-, .., ..oW
game with a final of 138. t ._____'_" ____
Barbara :Masters 4 for 4 and r N. r *. .v .. ."... ..,
Shirley Reddish 3 for 4 paced 4r1 ," r. .
'--4; --------.--------------------:; .
Goodman's 13 hit attack. I : of Elector .. .' .
," 0,011.; Signature ,
Jackie Grlffls had 2 hiU for I 1 ;, ,;;- ", . ,. :t.
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crews. I r ,. -. o'i':' . : ''i'-' ,..
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Conner Insurance made tt|1 a 4

plain to all competitors that I 3Ir .' ; ... .
,they Intend to continue to wear r "' "
the crown as they easily de- I f "aT :- j f. r.SAMPLE.BALLOT. / ; .:.
.
moliahed Beggs Gulf 14-3 in a '' f .

6 Inning contest that ended because SPECIAL ;ELECTION. : .
of the 10 run ruleCon- .': > < <

a ner triple started Norman's the game base off with hit I nY 1wl t' Y' akl : :' r;|/Starko,. Bradford: .County,.Florida' .;:,', r.

scored and the next 3 4ih r .
Kelly, d r '
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hitters hit singles However. ; 'JULY 18,. 1967 .
"I' ..
Begga got out of the inning I .. ..' .. '
'light' allowing onlv 2 runs. l r ?1 wt's Y 4''i' Er .i. .;, ..' Initials of la-
., i I No.t !( I : ..: "
Conner scored" again in the . -M*> '-- l | i |i | i ) >*>ia> *r- .. mine Official
2nd inning was held scoreless : : : .- ..1...A' '.*... I, "'.. .
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In! the 3rd. /but in the 4th the j'Sce'F ---wQJliw-Y-. ,. '1 _::.! "-'
"I :1 'rr""I'rl.III',1.f: : ..' ';1' '
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big bats of Conner, highlighted : ....."r :: ',' } ., ..;____:--______
by Sandra Norman's home '. '.'
:, '" .
run, began bombing base bits. Mejnoriet recalled this 4lli and Raiford ::1 .,r.\.t:" :. / ....
Before 3 out could be recorded of Warld War I are by scene ,from'jeft);: 5th unidentified Epperson I ". .', '. .. : .
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Conner had pushed across ins;front. of, the old' Starke railroad ','Station picturing a ((6th from'Iefttl7th) :; unidentified Horace Wilson and Wilbur : :; .
: .
:10 runs on 8 hits. mas*-a.moutor.Starke!: citizens gathered to "see the boys Scott, (in uniform),. Carr Colley Ray. Colley. and last i:.:, : ,.,l\i r""( SAMPLE BALLOT

Begga avoided a shut-out by off to JI.'Mwer..tl1e call of their country."' .boy'unidentified.' ; John Powell" Is on second row, at extremeStarke'lloy'Scouts'are I.. .

coring a runs In the *th. Con- pictured in the front row and .right with Telfair Long and Harold Wall 4th and 3th ::4': : :J '' SPECIAL 'ELECTION
"
ner's ,18 hit attack was paced _'
few'of: still' Identifiable.: from left is fromjrlffht. :. '
toy Dottle Sue Kelly Ann Godwin a :. theprare;, ; Starting :

and Sandra Norman, each RufUs. -, '-f''tattr- rji*..-i;.:" second',/*:* .' .''boy. unidentified"( Pet. %, Canova ((3rd Anna. Canova.. js tall .girl without hat in center of rowofgirla ..:.:(.. ':StArke, Bradford. .County. ,.Florida' .
3 for 4. Begga could only get : .: in;;white' middy blouses. ., '
8 hits off the pitching Nor \

man.Schedule game was,thelowest' scoring: I Standings: Starke Builders pitcher allowing 5'hlti,. striking :- and 2nd, but HOwell managed Summer ProgramHas J .: JULY 18, 1967

: game 'of! the.eea an. j9-j-with 5-1 Baldwin Chev 3-1, Jackson ] out 3, while, walking 3.1 'to come'' through each time, [ '-y t
FrIday June 30 KJFC.. VII a 'possible rneulng that .the Builders 0-6. Steve Cox came on,la the last and' work himself out of the I Wide Appeal; ..1' ',I I. >'To rote ;for electing,'or appointing the City 'Clerk'and"Chief '

Conner,'7:30: ; Crews vs Beggs girls are.imprpatng'their. ;' soft SchedulefThurs,. Janek29' two Innings. situation;Starke .scored single Attendance Up ot Police, mark a cross (X) of your choice'in;
830.: ban skin l : '+ Starke Builders vs Baldwin The Pepsi boys\ pounded Live runs In the, 4th Inning and In 1 I' .. 'the square) ';:; at' BIGHT of.your choice.

! Monday July 3 No games Stark, Bonders,"took',a>" 3-0 Chew Oak pitching for. :13 base.,hits the dth/lnhlng: Charlie Howell Summer recreation is getting
schedule because of holidays. I ,iNo 3. Jim Went 4 oil 'the for' :VOTE FOR ONE
lead la" the c'1md'1nhhrgl'' but game Monday July Greg, Rlherd. Temple. way Starke bigger and better each week. .'
Jackson tied. t\up'' in'tbe '3rd J Randy McGovern. and Johnnie spacing 5 singles well, struck There has been an Increase inparticipation y "'.- "

1 Starke Builders with:3 ..J-UDS.-la the;4th"JnningJack Pepsi-Cola ,Wins Powell each getting 3: hits. One Oct\ 4' and'' walked '4. Loyless \ I each ,.day ," ,and .
m' lW8Dt 4Kead' :B-8, tout oft Powell hits was a, home add Rymonds'hurled for Palatka everyone's Interests are taken : < "'. r. t
Holds .Lead Starke ..Bulldprs_..wouldiave- Over Live Oak run.The ,.allowing 8 hits "walked 7, care of. Trampoline still seems l ''DO Y U' AVOR :THE (CITIZENS ELECTING \

In Powder Puff none of f this.;and. Jn.'. the,, 5th By 15-5 Score Branding Iron traveled l d and struck but 12. Blair paced. to be the main interest point,, ,: .CITY'CLERK AND CHIEF OF POLICE ; t

came up with- 'nil'* to- 1nch .. to Daytona. &each Wednesday ,Palatka with' 2 hits., but tennis and Softball are run: '. .--" .
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Starke Builders Supply upped the' game.-Rufh; ''Crosby JanelJoodmajj ''The Pepet Cola Pony: League to play one of their. Pony. ; Larry', Mercer,.' 2 for 2; ning a clone second : COUNCILAPPOINTING
its 'won-ioss! record to 9-1 ,'lend.Jean Pauls') : iach team traveled to Live' Oak League-teams. ,; Randy\ ''Joneir,' 2 for 3; and There have been some ;DO :YOU FAVOR"TIlE 'CITY

with a determined 9-6 win had 3 hits'.fdr. thot'o winners Tuesday. and trounced their 'r "r Wayne 'iMcLeod, 2. for 4, paced changes in the daily schedule. .: 'THE'CITY. CLERK AND
over winless 'tout forever trying while Ltnda iHaas. *.., had''3' tor. local team 15-3; Small Fry Starke's hitting attack.. Wilbur Tennis Is now scheduled on :CHIEF OF POLICE :
Jackson Builder The Jackson'" Jim. was Waters caught X fine game behind -
Supply. ( Temple_ the winning Mondays at 3, and Archery at
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1 League' Now the plate, ,and Starke'sodlfielders
9. The
changes were requestedby
Made'
: .i'-: In Progress some run- children participating in the
saving ''Catch iI. The charges of
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{tit CHECK YOUR E: :The Starke Parka and ,Recrea.tiorv '" Coach'Harold Davis will meet I IP morning hope !this Swimming will be: Program.We convenient tE
/ OfHGE'SUPPUES.:
... .. Departmentopened'its latka before'traveUng again !tonight to(Thursday Gainedville for everyone.We : '8' J re.i
** Small Fry League ,Baseball have planned a big j./et
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Program .Tuesday, ,with ,the Friday night. Both Parade Friday, June '30. All
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k or Tlgft-a! '' meeting' the'Cubs., The gaxn s are sef for 8. p.m. participants In the Summer

V What Do You :MeecfP! ..We. Have: It! Tigers downed ,the:I,Cubs, 7-0 '_' Saturday:. ''met, night,, June 16 Program are scheduled to be In Il ITaU
,but the game'wain't -a run' pdst6 an Inexperienced the parnde line-up The Parade e@
a ,; I away'ns! .the'score would I Indl ,.n4'ou'ng) .Jasper team and will start from Dr. Barry's

I rateNeither team' .wa. able I trounced the. .boys. from Jasper, 'I parking lot at 3:30: and end
,'" 1-" to score In the first 3 Inning*, 200.' I at the Recreation Center. We 'PORTABLE

I 'SS9'" .... : ':.I-unlteCih:! but In he !top ,of. th*.:,4th.-pu would like to have as many 0 _TYPEWRITER

'," .... .- ... chair' "" Tigers scored one run to take Police, .Leading decorated bicycles as possible
company. the lead 10. In',tbd' Rtlt'aind!' to ride In the parade. All boys
Buy a Heyer : Bantam LeagueIn
r. n': !. eetY final inning... they Added.9' participating in Small Fry and

Model 82 ..':..;...... :,. more runs to"Increase their :2nd Half Little League baseball Are asked I Y.
,.. lead, Randall Thomas Ditching to wear their uniform. ,
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Spirit Duplicator and got a. ., for the Tigers ,allowed, no ;Thu ,Sta1'ke' Police Dept. Is Girls taking baton should wear dM.a'11wa

FREE'13.00 Starter Kit! .'' "t .-: ..' hits and struck out 12 batter, taking up In, the 2nd half of red or blue shorts and white
play yhore Jt lest off in blouses. It is that
r .. while walking only Hire.; Sotftt l I League hoped every-
\ .mulng' MM tfupnart.,, edub. MO eoMlnut I' "'
the losing'pItch the 1st half will and make
r on winning one participate
.. ., Akridge was ways .
t colon it VMS, *mter* to toft* .' ; ? ,r e'
: Nz. on ordinary.: ...or wttti TtiirniaiJnttra for Uu CUb..giving up 5 hits, In last.week's action the Police !It the best parade ever. bit
tultebl r.r.-tad( d manor on MM SeIeroduoed struck out 11 batters' but I took- wins, 10-1 over Cunningham Our new point system is
I .. to.s_niUwl. .. si noqr taw .... i iIt
'.1395 walked 8. r" Gulf of Keystone.and working greuitl' Last week'shigh ,. 4t'.., Y4i >r.'
'r SCHEDULE: a 21-7 win over BPOB. pointers were Eddie Magee _
Thursday! June,29 'Only. one game was played ((280 pts) and Earl Biggs; .
Yankees vs Tigers;,. 2 p.m. June; 22 and. In this one the ((230: pts.) for the boya.i Faun doM H muelt, s '
.'Ms'' vs' CUba 3:30.: '. Ponce met new entry CunnlngJiam. Rayburn leads the girls with ,,'
cost llttto a a a a a o o a a aoJVJihmdffiy ,
325: but so
I while
6 Debbie
Now you can Thursday July .. ,aDd) promptly defeated points Mason
Yankees vs Cubs 2' p.m.-: them 10-1''The league leaders and Sonja Biggs are second '

label anything! ". 'I.. Tigers V* !Mets; 3:30.: came upt.with :S S. runs ,in the with 300 points each. Everyday $
2nd inning! t.o cinch, the vlcory. points are adding up. Soon we 9'b5'Incl.
WITH edNPORO'1 Ii' I Post S'S'Thum'pPalatka.50' Ricky' .''Geiger, 'paced the winners will have acme new point lead ..colascan
> th.p.wI with! : : hits; In. 3 attempts en. We are all anxious to see
Fordyce! ,had 2. hits for the los who will lead our Summer
I I Tensor
!!?!f! recreation Program.:
flit! ; r, Anvil-, r Saturday Night ers.The. 2nd' game between Tiny Tots have 'a' 'record IaISt

WrlltensnyiMrta ; ,Starke's' Post '88 American BPOH?..and .Southern. Discount number of children this summers -

netsi/, plsttlei. | J j .1 I MR. p Legion Tennt-, met.Fald4kla'eLegion waa rained out after one.Inning,; ) They had, 29 registered !"'
this week. SJlrJiJtll
Mis.. welled psper.. .. i ; A uslityDESK' team Saturday night .wjthjSo: -DlHCount leading 8.1. youngsters Their
'. PIllMAN I"? RigllJtd.msRynmi'WATNPN00e and Charles;'How l1'' threW,'a Oil games :played\ June' 26, program of crafts and games
hold 'the Interest of the
:4' ateeasleUgprice. shutout' the 'Palatkanise, thje Police!:\' Dept. fought ,back tiny
downing\ Pa.IrtM"Poit'r.6! frtofiv .a ,7-3*deficit to' wallop'' ones from 9 ,till,41:30eq.ch: :
S. rMTOIIVINSj '
:.its (beau srajne...to.j,;data?_BPOE,'!81-7, ''The' end -of :the mornfng of the week; 'Totters

1 ....... .. ..,111'\ .only :l1'-' harmless.'3rd inning und :BPOfl holding are trips taking on Fridays several, this scheduled summer. :} rs., oitast'featuraofRoyalofficetypewr'iters\ : !
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'and Pfc'latki) but 4thisming r
the.
*, rapping .a x7-3 jBdge .In'
: ,
,. J This Friday a trip to the Buffalo .t t t
; i i4Sficky" for-8 base hita. "I the ) scored 9runs' "
Police; : .
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10017'I beatZn I' :, Ranch Is planned. Other *"'Full''slze'keyboard'! ;
/; After Gainesville had t M go in front 11-7 and
Starke' 32."Palatkadefeated 1'GalnesvlUe' in the Stt across. 10 runs planned trips are ?? ; aces, Sheffield-l to tfta;'Una put"marathon 217. Zoo, the Children's Mu- .* Pleasant, light Royal "touch"

rle res8 so the victory over Patalka The Police ,,Dept., )had only 9 seum Popeye, and Pals.an We appearance think that on Wide writing line'

Elmer's' Glut-A* : ., had ;A i real sweetness.. 'foi? hits giving evidence of BPOE these are all things that child- Roll 'n' Ready Paper Feed'
Starke. In the very first Inning pitching problems,
EInur' Epoxy Glut ;' ren from 4 to 6.enjoy. Quick-Set margins
Palatka put together its'only
n .' In the 2nd game. So. Dis- The Recreation Department
Elme"Canted "' serious threat of J the game. count'' handed Cunningham Us will be closed July 34., However *. Retractable paper support ."

Th......" ;' After the load-off hitter.popped 2nd Joss, :outlasting the Keystone It will be open until r- i 2-color ribbonGuaranteed
; up. to the 2nd baseman 2
uar..plwror entry 14-8. Cunningham August 1 instead of July 28
awry lOb you dot fNfW CALENDAR : walk and a Ingle loaded the came up with ..8, runs In the DON'T FORGET! You can for 5 years*

1 New Model No. 21. CornTM ...... bases with ,only' one ..OU t.// Then 2nd'' inning' to 'gtf'' out front still register for all the sum-
laden ChomlCII binet' bandy ,memo and xt batter hit a' ground ball ,6-1. So.,,Discount' picked up 4 mer, fun! ,'YEAH OUAKANTtL RoysJ. Typewriter Company Ina. Qu.rMt4M "
J60 Mdison .< appointment pad-2 cal -- I to lit baseman Crosby who rune In( the 3rd to close the, raptac.m nl at no charge. other than labor and shlp-'
"' York, New York e l'IIlnl..B..einplQUO' ._. got the fore out at home, and gap a-O, and. In the.4th scored I pins of any df cllv. pert (except rubber part, ribbons, orpan
._ jvaJnut; er silver gray.. then Howell struck, ,out. tin .. Thurs '
3 more to lead. after Innlngc June 29 Cunningham 4anMOs4 by accident or misuse) within five year of
-, next batter to get'out of a 107. Discount added, 4 run vs BPOB. 9 p.m.; Discount I purelia No tabor. aha/go within Sat 90 day. *. Quaranlao'
tough )jam and this looked like a thte 6th, limited Cunning vs Police 730.; .severs oely tho 010101 pure*****. .
the turning; point of the game ham to one more:to* takethe No games Monday, July 3.

\ _Just 'A Few o/ 'The Hundreds of Items :' <. ., The 3'runa' local In- nine the ,bottomsof came. up with I the/ ',win batted 148. Eddie Discount flaxen to pitchedand victory Stop in. See ii, Try it. Toutl love tl* pirated new Royalitet

2nd inning with Mercer,Jones, with 1 hits In 4 at bats.. Hazen'cam THE BIGHT 1 POINT for the

We Can Help ;You With It" and Wayne1 McLeod supplying. 'on In'the 3rd Inning, write. Com la and
: .v% the base hits. allowed way yon
3 hl18'and I
out
struck '
Also
I f V' r After the lat Inning Palata 11, Srmiltz pitched for Cun elect, you' lavnrtt ESTER- Full Line of Electric Portables

? < posed only 2 minor threat ninghamallowed only,, 9 )pita, 'BROOK fountain pea. TKLJB-:
i In ,the '3rd I inning had runner and ,
rapped out 2 hits.. tor Ms GRAPH. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
-: j, on 1st and 2nd, and In the team. I

I 9ti>, they bad/ cunnaM 88 lot, J5ch Jul*|' _' '_ |
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