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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 6, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME\ EIGHTY-NINE ,81ARH.E FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY g. 1067s MOTHER TWO



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Superintendent Tom Casey said

he would likely call the School Board into special

Friday or Monday\ to come to grips with a money Sweeping recommendations in accounting duties:

lem he described at "critical." Low and responsibilities and the physical arrangement of the

"We don.t; have money n _____ Triest city clerk's office were made by Auditor Ned II. Scott I

enough to pay teachers' salar centers, other than Monday night but some objection was raised by Clerk

ids 1 right now;' Casey said were closed in! the Bidder On Merrill Edwards. __________ _
"We have written salar;] months ''With only three members

checks dated June 30, totaling Carey replied that present at the special meeting change places with another
$210,000, and don't have money still considerable trav held early because! of Independence clerk and learn th08.'dutles'lIO
enough to cover them. volved to out of own t Ag Complex Day celebrations. the that over a period of time
Casey said the checks were and conferences, Starke council scheduled an each employee would<< be familiar

"loclKHl up In he safe" until more of this than you Four"i'f"7' Triest Consruotion Co. of extra iscralon for Tuesday, with the entire operation.

the Board found some solution think" he said. Keystone Heights Is apparent July 11, to go over the recommendations In a second recommendation,
to its pre wlng money problem, It was also ,brought out low bidder on the county's pro- with ,the full board Scott suggested that the city
The chocks are ones which the board paid travel exp posed agriculture complex to present. Auditor Scott, of the clerk's desk be moved Into the

would ordinarily! be disbursed for tha County Juvenile go up at the Fairgrounds, with firm of Purvis, Cray, and present utility billing room
to teachers In July and August selor, as well as a base bid of 64374. Powers of Gainesville, retainedsix that space be provided for .the
t under the 12-month payment flee space. Triest Is also apparent low weeks ago by the Councilto cashier at the window, and
'plan) for work actually per "What it really on either of two alternates for : examine accounts and rec- Ithat all other personnel and
formed before June 30, the end is that we are exterior finish and six Interior ords of the City, aid. only he equipment be moved Into the

of the 1WO-67 fiscal year. County Court with a walls. The bid for brock veneer had seen the recommendations present council room away
Casey said he had sought Counselor," Casey exterior on the concrete block prior to Monday's meeting. from the front office. The
advice from the State Department "and also. providing walls Is $65,974 or for a new In his first recommendation council room could be movedto
flurries
of Education, since he space when the county ( ) Rotary Clnh, nod concrete-like water-proof ma- Scott outlined: specific duties the front or other arrangements -

saw no apparent solution to Included. us In plans ( ) Rotary Club, are con- terial called Phoenix stone the for all personnel including be made for council

the problem new courthouse." notary Dlntrlrt Gover bid is 166,024, just $50 above Clerk Edwards, In keeping the meetings, he said.

(Late Wednesday afternoon In other action ,the : Country Club luitt Friday the cost for brick. Triest will city's accounting records. For "Presently, all personnel and
Casey said he had been advised Awarded a require ISO days to complete example, duties such as postIng in the front office where vlal-

in a telephone conversationwith school typewriter the structure. The County utility bUls, posting entries tore coma and go all day, telephone -
of the Starke l Club
the State Department to Mllllgan Office <<1 ( gur, Commission opened the bids In the general ledger of calls are received, and

(that the only possible way out Company of Lake City at ( ) Gibson. served' 8" mauler Wednesday afternoon. each fund, and preparing a confusion and Interruption, of

of the financial dilemma would 'per year for manual were presented with gold It had 'been estimated the dally cash summary and prov- work Is prevalent," Scott' report -

be to try to negotiate a short writers; $35 for electric structure would cost $65,000. ing the cash were as lgned. stated.

term loan.) writer (Royals); $ tone Heights, and dancing A decision must still be Titles and specific duties to The move has been *uggeted -
The ,Superintendent said, hand I adding machines; cContinued On Page Four] go with each position were assigned to 'Edwards by the council
however, that technically, the $25 for electric adding for each of,the five em- several times. In the past, tout
board was not supposed to borrow Continued On Page: ployees In the clerk's office. he objedted then as he did
money In the new fiscal With Clerk Edwards over the again Monday night. "

year ((1D6T-68)) for obligations After Funds Cut entire office Scott establishedan The auditor also prepared
incurred in the previous fiscal "office supervisor" who totals on all Utility Accounts

year (1966-67)( ), would act as an assistant. clerk Receivable as of May 81. Active -'
Casey blamed the School Other positions-named by Scott Account or btUings sent
Board's plight on litigation Foreseen By Officials] are utility billing) clerk, cash out in (May were $31,343 In*.,

that has held up payment of County Budget: Squeeze control: clerk, posting machine active Account classified a*

timber company taxes In Bradford clerk and. ,A cashier those" from one to.six months.
for the past !two Shaw think It will 'feltT old were' listed! :t $1,680, and
County 'Thrf*Curt:"Brown Rt>>a yearn. He said that hi* budget, -requests' .:i "art' beginning .to eui irib'yhsoSd.; Tllit' *t>-tAwtey JEa*?. Claude 'R.: closed on. a motion'by Com- not pan because large county !ployee should. know what their Delinquent Account. were $26-

v for these years had been made Budget the Bradford of all required expenditurestwo Bradford appeared and requested ml&. loner Jerome Johns after legislators think one section work entails and for what they 327 for a total $1'9,2M',1n' ..
on the basis of the Tax Asses ito; hit but weeks from Wednesday that the county put at a hearingset reads 80 M to give each county are responsible,:' Scott's reportto outstanding fund:'
sor's aHuejHtnenit. roll and that County Commission now are But neither Darby nor the clay on the gravel road and no ono 10 appeared Wednesday to full control of Its race track the'Council! stated. "In addition .Scott recommended that the
caused the nobody knows how things to work pull the ditches. He was assured at a.m. accounts be written
thl.s had present with the Board can really go the move. funds. the work of one 'individual delinquent
out
shortage of around $70,000, going to work and Gov. on a new county spending bill the road would be workedon protest Clerk Darby was authorizedto wherever possible, Is checkedor off and any further collection)

since the timber companies had Florida Legislature first one until the legislative session Is as soon as the ground becomes request a title search by the ,/ balanced by the work of from them be recorded a* bad
cutting
Claude Kirk to hold
of large action can dry enough Protest' debts recovered.
withheld payment a another, reducIn adjourned and the SRD on 'the Santa Fe Lake Six another individual The audi
then
portion: of their. .taxes based on fund and to be assessed. heavy equipment. to ,be paved. tor also recommended that, In addition, it wee recommended -
returned Road soon
this' roll. funds that are As it was' put at the Commission Clerk Charles Darby read a The Board at Johns' ug- once each' employee learns that the City Clerk
"We have been making our the counties. doneso meeting Wednesday, letter from R. A, Walker of authorized County At- ValuesSix ibis own duties, that ha ex- (Continued on Page Pour] ".
Property
budget en .a>. phantom figure," "Everything they ad have valorem however, at this budget session Santa Fe Lake who complained gestlon T. A. Yawn to sit in on
adds to the the torney
P. Hall far to be caseof of trash being thrown on
Board member Rodney a
It la going assistance -
makes it and offer the county's I
tax load rather than the north side
commented. official emphatically "how much will we have roadway around to the SRI In the suit protests of Tax Assessor Sponsored By Jaycees ,
easier, one said are
lake and signs
Casey said he could not at. any stated. Heads around to cut, not how big an Increase of the to the 'brought by Florida Power & Gene Longs 1967-68 property
direct
needed to people
tempt to prepare the board's'budget afford. made Wednesday -
we can for payment of moving assessments were
Light
for the present fiscal the table nodded in agreement The Commission, In other county dump at Keystone and U.S. 301 the County Commission
sub- poles along as
year (which should have been Judge T. A. Yawn request Jr. ,of action met with two representatives to the boat. ramp on Little when power the road was four-laned. convened a* the Board of Radio ForumSet"'

submitted thin month) until he mitted a budget from the Galls Tracor Santa Fe. Darby said Walker Yawn told the Boardhe Equalization.Four .
knew the outcome of the timber $33,806.60: Wednesday morningas Co., Jacksonville, about thecounty's in correct about the trash. The Judge effortsto
and la proceedingwith of the protests came
the Commission met to
roads
said the
what funds the, half old Commission
suits and and a
year this session of
Legislature. was going to X pro- County wick submitted'Sanitarian a request Jack Tra-for Aills-Chalmers road grader more the!well dump marked.and boat ramp are the have Legislature passed a local blU allowing from Paper timber Co., Container companies Corp.Oilman of On July 18 VoteTwo

vide.! $38,291, the same amount he which: has accumulated received ,the county to partici- America, Owens-Illinois Class
Hall Inquired about the status "down" time than It has been notification was and receive federal Inc. Protests -
in
and Rayonler
countyjudge's pate
last The Co.
received year. State Road Department
to from the
of the school's extensive dn operation, according conservation
In water entered by L.
U "a funds were also '
summer program In view of office request Road Foreman R. E. Jones. that the speed limit on the establishment city officials and two The July 18 referendum was' .
.
projects, provided and M8. Hayes. .
the financial crisis. "U YOlldon't slight Increase caused "by a The company representatives, EK-225: :; In east t Lawtey will bo waiter conservation M. Morgan : city 'councilman will ,be panel authorized by a special ]
have the money to run change In the state's Intangible. said they 'would leave the ma- decreased, from 65: mph to 45. district of any Is approved by a Attorney for two'of the members in a Jaycea-sponsored lathe act, requested by) 'th-l.; I

something, you shut it down" tax law and a slight pay increase "- chine In working order Wednesday Wade Gasklns and Morris vote of the electorate. timber firms Oilman's John radio forum on the question of City Council by a unanimousvote.
he. commented. to the ((3)) lecretarles and would make every Carter were told the county the bill was Introduced Corrigan and Charles Com- :whether the city clerk, and the .

Mall aim Inquired concerning Judge Yawn said. effort to satisfy the Bourd, would maintain a new road 'Although late to be advertised mander for RayonJer, appearedIn chief of police should be ap-
P. D. Reddish has too to restate the position b
Sheriff if the two
the $37.90 flat monthly reimbursement They cited Incompetent personnel on their properties Yawn said the Florida Con tl- person pointed by the Council or remain -
also submitted his new budget would stand the they took earlier In the
land owners elected
to supervisory at ,the Jacksonville local bills to be- as a present.
request of $96,780, up $8,418 of the present tutlon allows trial before Judge John A, H.
moving The
personnel for travel expense dealership as the reason! for expense law if they are subject forum Is set for 7:30:
come
bout the county from last year but only a $4- being unable to obtain parts road. Commissioner Zedra to a vote' of the electorate. Murphree. p.m. Monday, July 17 the
Casey said this amount was 418 increase from the county. and repair the machine In the Hamilton moved that the coun Judge Yawn also told the Clerk Charles Darby read day before the referendum -

paid to those charged with the The Bradford County Library ty's rlght-ot- Board !la seeking $15,000, up
responsibility of visiting all from $13,000 last year. The past.A resident who lives on the from one road to the other. bill is still pending, but that The Board took all complaints -
schools In the county duringtha under\ advisement and
Recreation Oept. afro! asked
school term. will announce a decision at a
"Where are they travelling $5,500: up from $$3,443 hut later date. It la the third year Y

to in the summer?" Hall Inquired year., ,t" I that the timber firms have

adding that schoolBOYS But the outlook for almost protested ,their assessments and .-...-
every department Is pessimistic. refused to pay more than they Tucker
.. Clerk Charles Darby did In 1964. Each year the .,I .

says he doesn't know how ,, tr County. Commission and The Cou CU's action' was ,
GIRLS! much the county's: revenue Is School Board have been short spurred by thy StarkeBradrv<

going to be cut But he agreed ; ,( approximately $64,000 In taxes ford County Chamber-of'Com.
u 1n
.Enter Your Pet 4 ; the timber firms would owe If mecca board of directors,

Judge Murphree rules In Bradford Edwards which criticized "InefflcleaW .

In The Lawtey Man Gets t t1M. County's favor. and will be aired over radio operation of the city. ..govern\:
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Minor InjuriesAs The judge has had the cane station WPXE. ment, and called for appOintment
BIG PET SHOWAt under consideration for several The officers whose jobs are of the two offices as.",,*,

Auto SkidsA months. concerned, and who will participate means of Improvement. .

Tax Assessor Gene Long told on the pant are City Edwards feels confident that-.
Lawtey man. Wilbur Bell. Clerk Merrill Edwards and .. -- ...
Pratt Street 46, escaped serious Injury (the Board 1967 assessments
Chief of Police Bill Rosser.
Tuesday. June 27 when his are up $1.5 million and will .:"
1)1aygroundFriday car skidded and went out of au 4y h s net the county $20.507 In additional ...
control on rain llckened IT. S. :),
July 7 taxes- The new tax roll '
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301 1.2 miles north of Starke.
totals $60,117,950 of which :
Bell sustained bruises and
3 to 5 P.M.
to $42,802,200 Is taxable. The figures
abrasion and was taken
Sponsored By' Starke Bradford County Hospital bya quoted use last year'srailroad '
motorist after his car ran and telegraph assessment ,-4.VTUIfcuna .

Recreation Department off the right' side of the highway *. ''''

and went Into the ditch.

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The 1962 Chevrolet stopped LAWTEY COUNCIL :-v
This Space Contributed when it struck a concrete culvert Brown
Weekly to Publicize according to the report, Penoyer Yawn MEETING POSTPONED the proposal will (be turned

Community Events by of Florida Highway Parolman WeekThree Due\ to the Long Independence Reese down at the poll by..'wlde.
O. C. Garrett causing approximately 3 To Attend Boy's State Next Day weekend. the Both are expected to voice objections margin. He predict a good

The CommunityState $300 damage to the meeting of the Lawley to proposed appointive turnout of the city** 2,200 r g'*
front end of the vehicle. Bradford'County ;ton Post 55. the boys are: The 500 boys will receive a monthly status for their offices. Istered voter due to widespread -*
Bank Bell said the car went out of of week' ontheJobl'alnInC In Council has been postponed Councilmen Interest in the Issu..
to Theron Yawn ItT son Participating
the wet road whena youths will leave Sunday Monday. July the referendum favor
control on and Mrs. Theron A. government.The untU next will toe Neil Tucker and Merrltt If
State In Tallahassee Judge
Accounts now Insured semi truck and trailer passed attend Boy's from July 9-13 an Yawn; Randy Jones; son of three Bradford boys 10, ..t 8 p. m. Williams, both of whom election of the city clerk Edwards -*

up to $15,000 by him. The Chevrolet accordIng was honor given each year to SOU Mr. and Mrs. J. Ermle Jones. were recommended by the faculty The Council regularly meet have been strong advocates of and Rosser wall be mp
traveling 35-40 mph, School for re-election In September'areautar
Illgh
Federal I Deposit' Insurance to Trooper Oarretfa report outstanding high. school seniors and David Penoyer son of Mr. of Pout Bradford W matting the final on the first Monday It soul an appointive clerk and chiefof municipal! ellKltlon.Julian. : .

Corp. from Florid. and Mrs.. David U. Potioyer ofLeutun with Jn lIth. _. _,.', ._ pel- ._ __
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I Dr tnd Mr: A r nny!" i 1 a w L-1- ,genrp:11i Local admittance to Bradford Two BreakInsAre

and family returned last week County Hospital this week
AAAGLADYS from a month's vacation in the Include: Mra. Lois Brown of

New England states. They also '4f.. Hampton; Mrs. Martha Thomasand ReportedTwo
attended Expo '67 In Montreal Mrs. Nealle Rich of Keystone -,

Canada.Mr. Heights; Joseph Mooreof breaking and enterings,
and :Mrs. Fay Moweryand Celros; Allen B. White- where beer was the only item

MOOTY daughters of Houston, r 21 1 !iieadi of Lake Butler; Lum stolen Were reported this week

Phone 961-".608Mr Texas! were Friday to Sunday Grant Mlddleburg; Mrs. Sid- ,by the Brodfard; Sheriff's De-

____ guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo ney Mile Mott of Brooker; Mrs. pantment. .'
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Champion and Mr. and Betty Hig-girllbotharn of Law- "' :Tuck's Drive In, 631 South
and Mrs. R. V. Turner Mi and Mrs. Robert Barks- '
:W. B. Thompson. toy; John Bailey ;of- Hawthorne Walnut Street In Starke, was
and family were in Vaidosta,I dale entertained at a family reunion Miss Linda Grlggs has gone ; and Mrs. Mildred entered" for the second time in
Ga. on Sunday! visiting hU : at the Hampton Lake I to. Atlanta, OR. to share an Woods :Mrs. Mildred Uoyie, two weeks and a quantity of
father, Roy Turner, In Pine I home of Mrs. Vergle Barkadule apartment with Miss Margli'' Schlley Rhoden, Mrs. Lola beer estimated at IS to 20

View General Hospital. They, on Tuesday. Enjoying the affair Dowling, also of Starke, and } Deeding, 'Morris Williams, Le- cases taken, according to \
also visited (Mr. Tumor's sisters were Mr. and Mrs. RIch- to work there. e Sheriff Robert Green. '
roy Thomas, :Mrs.! Barbara Deputy
and their families Mr. ard C WUllams and children Mr. and Mrs. Vernle Lockeof !
taken after the
Jean Crawford Mrs. MargieStnaefer""and The beer was
and Mrs. W. T. Brtn","ort of Valdosta of New Port Rlchy, Mrs. Betty Steinhatchee were Sunday off
all
George Lovell, lock was knocked a, ware-
and Mr. and Mrs L. L. May and daughter Malady, evening supper guests of Mr of Starke. house In the rear of the estab-
Hardee of Jacksonville N. C., and Oliver Murray and daughter. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper. The
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. lishment during the morning
who were also in Vaidosta. Hiss Van. Murray of St. Coopers also have as guest J1
will leave Sunday for a three hours Tuesday, June 27.
Rex Brown of Miami and George, S. C., Rena Bowen and this week Mrs. Annie Dempsey
weeks tour of the Scandinavian A similar break-in, occurred
Mrs. Norman Rlgdon and child- Barbara Barker of Boiling of Clearwater.
countries end will also visit :June 12 when around 30 cases
ren of :Mandarin. spent the long Spring's, N. C., and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Warren MfN
67 :Montreal Canadaon of beer were taken.
weekend with their parents.Mr. Mrs.. J. W. Horne Billy Home took their exchange student 't Expo in ,
Around 30 cases of beer
and (Mrs. George W. and Mr. and Ms. J. W. Horne houseguest Aldo Zelaya, to i their return trip.
iI Mrs. F. E. has returned were taken from Arnett
Bolllnger
Brown at KIngsley Lake The Jr. and daughters of Hampton. Merritt Island on Sunday I
children. remained with their Mr: and :Mrs. Van H. Mooty where he was joined by other home, after- a month in Thompkins Grocery on SR-223
grandparents for two weeks and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Mooty exchange students and went on the Starke Nursing Hpme. In Lawtey sometime Sunday
Mrs. Ed Prevatt spent the morning, July 3, Deputy Green
visit. ''i Miami! were Sunday afternoon a tour to Washington, D. C.
C L. Cooper visited Mr and visitors of Mr. and Mrs. before returning to his homein 'i 4N weekend with her sister, Mrs. said. The store was entered
Mrs. Donald Cooper In Cocoa Harry Mooty. Paraguay. r.. iy H., G. Jarrell In Jacksonville.Mr. after a window was broken in

loot Friday and Saturday, and Shari Townsend of Garland, Mr. and .Mrs. Harold Brad -,. "..,- --- .-_.... -.....__. --..n'P'""'" -,.. ""' -- '''''-t1''L': and :Mrs. W- H. Nollmanwere the south side of the building
'brought back his grandsons, Texas /Is visiting her grand- ham of Starke, and Mr and visiting her sisters, Mrs
Donald Ray and David, for parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mrs. S. E. Branham of Palatka Parade For PlaygroundsOne C. W, Denny and Mrs T. W.
several days' visit. They were Townsend, at IClngsley Lake spent Sunday at St. Augus- Oliver, in St. Simons Island I
joined by Mr. And Mrs. Donald fora month. They were Joinedby and Savannah, Ga over the TIlE BRADFORD
Cooper over the Fourth.Mr Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Town- tine.Mr.. and Mrs. O C. Edwardsof hundred and twenty youngsters, parteams In the Small Fry baseball league.. :More weekend. COUNTY TELEGRAPH

and {Mrs. Charles W. send Jr. of Jacksonville over Jacksonville were weekend. tlcipatlng in the summer recreation program. than 300 boys and girls are playing in the five Mrs. Bertha Pearce returned Published every Thursday:

Cressler and family of Cal- the weekend. guests of 'Mr and Mrs. Curtis staged a parade through the business district leagues comprising the program. Boys and girls:, Monday from a month's visit at 138 W. Call St.,

houn, Ga. are visiting Mr. and Norman Harrison of Orlandowas Edwards, and shared in Sharon fast Friday as the week's special event. Pictured 4 through 16, are welcome to take part in the with her daughters, Mr. and Starke, Fla. 32091
Mrs. M. W. Greasier for ten a weekend. guest of Steve Edwards' seventh birthday in Mrs. C: L. Hill and family in
days. .. _':_..jj,Denmark.( celebration. on Sunday. foreground are "The Yankees, on of the summer program activities.Miss Claremont, Calif., and Mr. and I Second class postage paidat
I Mrs. E. R. Smyth in San Francisco Starke, Fla.
Carol Farr and Mrs. I I H. A. Lawson will undergo The Green family reunion Mr and Mrs.( M. C. Wells' Calif. She was met at Subscription Rate:
Ronald Fitzpatrick were vacationing surgery Friday In Bradford was held at the homo of Mrs were hosts to the Hutto family the airport in Jacksonville by
the past two weeks In County Hospital Nelson Green Tuesday of last reunion at their Brooklyn Lake another daughter, Mrs. Mary In trade area: $4.00 per

$$57,039.10 Houston and Arlington, Texas Mr. and Mrs. I* H. Gold week) with 50) attending. home over the weekend. The Lane, and granddaughter, Deb- year; $2.25 six month..

4 They were accompanied home smith and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mr. and ,Mrs. Jimmy Roweand 'party Included ,Mr. and ''Mrs. bie Peacock, who spent the Outside trade 4.30
area: $
'by Mrs. Roman Alvarez and I
YDIn Goldsmith of Warner Robblns. family of Sanford spent Charlie Parker ,and family of Fourth with her.
$2.50: six month
per ;year;
sons of Grand Prairie, Texas
Ga. were weekend guests of the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Cocoa.
I who are visiting her parents, Mrs. E. F. Miles. Robert Green and Mrs. Eoline E L. Matthews: editor and j
"r Mr. and Mrs. William Schu-
Earnings Paid Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Starling, Mrs. Ella Moody and Mra. Smith. I Adjustable Vinyl BookCovers. ) publisher
ler and children of Baltimore,
I for three weeks. Pearl! Colson of Greet Cove All sizes 30 cents ea. L-
Mr. and Inman
Mrs.
Pvt. John Adams Is home to Green Md. were visiting their par .
Our Savers This Springs were Saturday ( at The Telegraph.
after completing six months of have been vacationing on ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Richardson -
Monday guests of Mrs. Edith
i Santa Fe Lake
I I National Guard duty at Fort Christiansen. the past two last week.Mr. .
Past Six Months weeks.
% Sam Houston, Texas. He had Mr. and Mrs. Marc Jackson and Mrs. Charles Hardy I i WALDO LIQUORSBOBBY'S
as his guest Sgt Gene Beretteof were Saturday evening guests Mr. and Mrs. Bill Taylor of and family. attended a family I

by the Deep Root-; ''Springfield, Mass from of Mr. an< Wednesday Sunday. Gainesville.Mrs. end guests of Mr. and Mrs Frank Stokes and the McCauley HIDEAWAYU.S.

ed Business That Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis and Edna Hart and Mrs. Curtis Sanders and Mr. and families at Crescent I,
y family of Wiggins, Miss are Kate Sheppard were visiting Mrs. Lex Green. Beach on the Fourth. I
Came to Stay. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Emery friends In Winter Garden over Joe Bakken spent the past Mr. and Mrs. J W. Hitch U.S. 301 One Mile North of Waldo
Lewis and family for two the weekend. ten. days In Minneapolis, Minn
and Mrs. had
Daisy Perryman .v
weeks. Robin Keating and Deborah with his father, Mr. BakkenSr. MUSICWed.
Wllburt Wentling of Pal- Stevenson of New Orleans La. ., who has been seriously as weekend guests at their

GyDEO tN myra, Pa, lg visiting his sister are visiting their grandmother ill. Santa Fe Lake home, Mr. and
I Frl. Sat. Nights
,
Mrs. Fred Graudon and family Mrs. Edith Christiansen, Mr. and /Mrs. N. L. Wood- Mrs. A. M. Moore Jr. of Black-

c this week. this week burn were visiting their son-in- shear, Ga., Mr. and Mrs.\ Walter GO-GO GIRLS
Mrs. C. T. McManus has
Mrs. Addle Wheeler of Or
law and daughter, Mr. and Harvey of Atlanta. Ga., and
had as her house guest for the lando Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. I I
us.hu; month her sister, Mrs. Mrs. Keith Reeves, in Winter Mr. and Mrs. Tommy :Johns
n past W. F. Herlong this week.
Prices Goods
Discount on Package
Park on Sunday and brought I'
1 1.C Charles T. Casey of Victor- Mr. and Mrs. Shi Smith' Jr. and son of 'Macclenny. They \
back their Candy
'vine, Calif While there they and children of New Orleans, who had spent daughter several days celebrated Mrs. Ferryman's' Owned & Operated by Bobby L. Bryan ;
drove to Pennsylvania their La. are visiting their parents, '
with the Reeves. birthday on Sunday. ,
former home, to visit friends Mr. and Mrs. Smith Er." and ,
and relatives. Mrs. Edith Christiansen this I
1S3 Mrs. Mary Bessent and Miss week. 0
I ,, Mary Carol Bessent will leave Mr. and Mra. :J. R. Crews of 1 1Phone

I Saturday for a week's visit to Jacksonville and Mr. and Mr..

e Expo 67 in Montreal, Canada. Sam Crutchfield of Gainesville !

I Mr, and Mrs. David Mont were Sunday vlalt rs of Mr. MAYTAGCome
gomery and family spent the and Mrs 1'. E. Hardy and Mrs.
ere I weekend at their farm on the O. W. Barry.Mr. I

Suwannee River. and Mrs. Don Patrayand ;

IT'S EARNING TIME AGAIN for our savers. The I Mr. and:!, Mrs. Al Carlton and children spent the weekendat II :
!Mr and Mrs. John r. Nas- Daytona Beach.
dollars distributed: are living proof of the contributions worthy of Winter Park, and !Mra Eoline ''Smith spent the' s
our savings< and loan business makes to the III. Mrs. Kate Sheppard of Brunswick month ot June with Mr. and' in and Visit Your New Maytag Dealer .

personal progress of thrifty folks. Oa. were Fourth of July Mrs. Tombo Smith and sons
I, guests of Mr. and Mrs C. H. Dick and Brad, In.. Suffolk Va.
Start the new year with a savings account here. Nasworthy, Frankle and
'I Hardy Bryan
Through the combination regular saving and generous :' Mrs. Harold Bowers and Erwin have gone to Washington inkier I Electric I i I Inc.

children of Fort Lauderdale D. C. to work for
earnings you will enhance your financial future. .make 'f: ,::tit the FBI. ,
I are spending several weeks Dr. and Mrs. A. R. Furnas
possible for friends neighbors'and fellow residents of "'_ with Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Pat- and family of Massllon, Ohio

our community become debt-free home owners., : erson. were last Thursday visitors of JUST ARRIVED A SOLID CARLOAD OF ALL NEW
Mr. and Mrs I. H. Hazen Mr. and Mrs Charles j
X11 > Hardy
financial affair Plant .
Give aav
your deep root*. your: f!o'' and family of Jacksonville and family.

ings here for security and profit .. were Fourth of July guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles MeQualg (

Mrs.. A. E. McKinney and family of Waycross,
I Mr. and Mrs. George Mor Ga. were visiting her parents,
rison and daughters, and nephew Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams,
Ralph Morrison, of Sunday 1967 1

Savings and Loan Leesburg spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs Ben Rowland ,
s with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mor were visiting St. Augustine on

i I rison. Sunday.Al .
i'<, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Conner and Mike Stefanelli' of Maytag
ASSOCIATION OF STARKE ...;f I and family of Orlando were Jacksonville spent last Wed

\ 218 N. Temple, Ave. Phone 964.5000Anticipated ... visiting/ their parents, Mr. and nesday to Sunday with their ,
Mrs. Barney McRae and Mr. grandparents, Mr. and

and Mrs. Leon Conner, from Henry ,-Stefanelll. They l1\rs'l,, Washers
Tuesday to Thursday.Mrs. .foined by their parents Mr. j1; I I'h
Rate
O. L. Haynes Sr.. and and Mrs. Albert Stefanelli on .
for. Third Quarter Mrs. A. N. Holllday were in Sunday.Mr. / f and e
Hattlsburg. Miss, over the I and Mrs. Roy Lloyd Jr.
weekend to back Arthur and son, David
bring of North
< AO/- PER ANNUM ON SAV-
5 f /w HollIday from William-Carey Umlberland. Pa. are visiting his
*
INGS CERTIFICATES'IFLEFT College. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd DryersBay m

FOR 6 MONTHS AND IN AMOUNTSOF (Mr. and Mrs. Elden Mathews fire for three weeks. They I .

$5,000AND.ABOVE son. Bo, and Mrs. Vern- spent the weekend with rela- ,

on Smucker were visiting Mr burg.tives in Tampa and St. Peters I the '
and Mrs. E. W. Mathews Sr.
4-4 -4* .Q//o; PER ANNUM I ON PASS- In Cordele Ga. over the week Major and Mrs. V.J. Speng- Pair
BOOK SAVINGS t QUARTERLY ler and family and Mrs. Emma

GMPI MINIMUM\ INVESTMENT:\ $2.50 ,end.Thomas McManus AE3 has .Badman returned last Thurs- and Save
day from ten days ,visit with
$" been transferred to NAS Mrs.
Spengler's brother and
FCIRO "It Takes Two The Chamber of Quonset, Rhode Island after sister-In-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. .t

Commerce and You" Join spending ten days leave with R. Badman, in Belledune New
Today I ,
up T his McManus.SLADE'S parents. .Mr. and Mrs. C. Montreal Brunswick., Canada.They also visited I I BUY NOW AND SAVE UP TO $70.00


I''July The family Paulk reunion annual,,Fourth was held ot I DURINGi) THIS GET ACQUAINTED SALE

1 at
the Dave Paulk home on
MAGIC CHEF SUMMER SPECIAL
''I Croeby'' Lake Tuesday. The I
Paulks had as Saturday to BUY MAYTAG HOW PRICES, GOING UP

I Tuesday guests Mrs. Jeff Paulk I
and daughters of Pearson. Ga.,
Brushed i! Mrs. Jeffery Wiley and
1- ,, .- +tJ1 I Chrome Top ,. SO Only I MaJ. John R. Paulk son of Valdosta and- Home Laundry.Specialists .

: : i Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Jack
2 YEARS 'Personalized TERMS
Qg> CoppertoneLowest Colson and three children. of Featuring
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Blakely, Ga. Mra\ J. ,C. Stone.
", =;: I,I of Woodbine Ca. la the Paulk's FREEQuality Service TO SUIT
1 t 199 .10 :I house guest, and joining ,the.tftrty
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on Tuesday were Max .Come In And,See
Carter of Douglas?Ga...Mr. and PARTS YOU

Price Mrs. Brooks Paulk and daughter -I Warren or Gilbert
W.T. of Lake City, Mr. and Mrs.
A Month EdisonPaulk and family and

Ever ,' Mr. and 'Mrs. BUIIe Manning
of Jacksonville Clifford Paulk I

and son., ,and Roswell Paulk I Electric Inc.
'
332 \V. Madison St. and family of Daytona Beach Winkler
SLADE GAS AND APPLIANCES and :Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Red- ,

Phone 964-7701 I Ih dish and Mr. and Mr,. 'Ervln/ 2.11: N.
Andrews and children ot 9647595P'
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THURSDAY ,11TIY> g. 1987 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: ["". _____ H_______ ----- !:


Youth FellowshipsAre I Beta Sigma Phi ,

EntertainedThe Members of Beta Sigma Phi
sorority! and their husbands 'or I
junior members 'of the
S r, l dates are invited to a cookout
Mothcxllat Youth Fellowship ash
w at 7-30: p.m. Saturday. July 8,
and Presbyterian Youth Fellowship -
4
t at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
GLADYS MOOTY had a getacquaintedparty
Meed Lewis, Westmoreland:
Phone 964-7608 at the R. U. Paterson>
i st. .
home last Saturday afternoon.
The 23 young people enjoyed for big medical bills basic
r vy'4: ,..'- bti1 JndY Vernon Reddish boiling: peanuts, played horse i r i I I
; J shoes and baseball and had a f 6Ah Florida. Mr. Mercer Is a Correctional health insurance doesn't cover
Home Is Scene hamburger fry. Officer II at ''the
.t ',;:< Of Family SupperMr. ;w They were attended by their Santa Fe Correctional Farmin New Major Medical Plan from 1.'
.'1", GnlnpHville.' Nationwide Insurance: f
t tI sponsors, Mr. and Mrs Paul
if' and Mrs. Vernon Red- Hutchins of, the M.Y.F and h The wedding will be an event Pays 80% of most surgical ,t, '.
i dilsh entertained at a supper Mrs. Paterson of the PYF of August 26 at 7 pm. in, the and eligible medical expenses

'party last Friday night at I First Baptist Church Starke above the deductible you ...
their home on' Bayless Hiwny Recent Births with a reception following( In j'
choose';
the church recreation room.
for Mr. Reddlsh's six brothers
and, their wives and dates. Mr. and Mrs Harold W. All friends and relatives are Offers you from $10,000 to ..
Invited to attend. $15,000 protection for each
The supper was held on the Epps announce the adoption of
patio which was decorated two children, Bobby Harold, accident or illness", (depending -
I + rk with hanging floral baskets, born Sept. 7, I960, and Angella SCHEDULE on the amount you
A and was served family style Melissa, born Dec. 31, 1966. Ida Lou PlummerTo OF SERVICESST. select).
from white, linen covered picnic Tit
Wed Mr. MercerOn
{ tables. During the eveningthe Bradford County Hospital EDWARD'S CHURCH CALL ME TODAY Bill Powell
k seven, 'couples attended the announces the following births! : August 26 Starke FOR DETAILSThe
dance at the Community Club Mr and Mrs. Wilbur R. Net Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m. PHONE Sea8481Nationwide
House at the State Farm. Dur tles, Starke, a son, Russell ;OMr. and Mrs. William E. Thursday Mans: 6:30: p. m. Man from
ing the dance, Mrs. Vernon Rance, July 1. Plummer announce the engage- Miraculous Medal Novena: is! 404 West. Madison! StrwtStarke

Reddish was Invited to accompany :Air. and Mrs. Luther Doyle ment and approaching mar- Saturday. '7 p. m. on Your Side Florida
the /band with several Grlffls, Starke, a daughter, riage of their daughter Ida Confessions: S p. m. and '7
Thomson-Jacobs popular songs.Enjoying Marjorie, July 1. Lou, to Albert Lee Mercer, son p. m.
the affair with IMr. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wayne 'of Mr. and Mrs. Carlton M. ST. WILLI.\M'S CHURCH w'' 1 1n

EngagementMr. and Mrs. Vernon Reddish, were' i "aka Harper, Starke, a son, Timo- Marcel, of Greensboro, Fla. Keystone heights
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish of thy Wayne June 28. The bride-elect has attended
Mrs. William Henry ; u. Mass
and i Wilmington, Dela., Glen Red- Mercer University and Is a senior .- Sunday : 7:30: a. m.
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of Montlcello an- and 9
Thomson a. m.
and dish and Miss Linda Lawrence New at the 'Macon\ Hospital Wednesday Mass: and N.
nounce the engagement Officers School of Nursing In Macon, : -
Approaching marriage of their i of Greenwood, S. C., Mike V FBonita 7 ; vena 7 p.m. -
daughter, MarjorIe Ellen, to' Reddish and Miss Terry Gudah Take Ga.Her from 1ST. MART'S CHURCH Nationwide'' Mutual Insurance Company*Nationwide Mutual. Fire tnauranca Company .
Over fiance graduated .. ,
Jacobs of'I Nutttjnwida' lit* Iniuranea Company homo ufhce Columbus Uhio
Emanuel son ,
Phillip 'of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs! Chipola Junior College and la Macclennur
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Jacobsof Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m. '"
Mrs. the University 'of
Dolph Reddish, Mr. and At enrolled at I
New* York City. I II RotaryNew S
John A. Reddish, and Mr. and .
The wedding will (be solemnized -, '
i I 22 In the Temple' Mrs. James Reddish of Starke.
July 'officers took over at Open AH Day Every Day :
Israel at Great Neck, Long Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish the Starke Rotary Club Wed Starke Plaza Fri. and Sat. Until 7:30: I'.M.

Island.. also entertained at a nesday, and District Governor .
Miss 'Thomson la ,the grand- Ed Peck 1
I their lawn of Gainesville, visited
daughter of Mrs. F. F. Stump barbecue supper on 0
the club, giving a report of I
of Starke. Monday night for the group. Faye Green Becomes Bride his year's activities. .

Of Alvin Britt Howard On June 9 I George H. Pierce, the new AFTERTHE4thENTIRE S
I president, announced the appointment
a'g Miss Bonita Faye Green be- carried long-stemmed pink of H. H.'Everett as

came 'the bride of Alvin Britt roses. program chairman, and Rev. I 1 S w
Howard on. Friday evening, The flower girl's dress was Robert Birch as bulletin editor \
ry'L June 9, at 8 'o'clock In the a pink crepe shift with a lace. for the new year, Other new e
Hell'bronn' Springs Baptist covered yoke and sleeves. Her officers are: Clyde Terwilleg-ar, s
Q c* Church.Dr. basket was filled with carna- vice president; Ernest Paitz,
: William R. (Bobby) tion petals. secretary; and M. A. Baldwin
Er L Ls Crews of Albany, Ga officiated the double ring ceremony In a his brother's best man, and the the board of directors are B. _
setting 'of candlelight against ushers were Arthur Green, F. Mizell, Jr., Dr. A. J. Barry,
a background of white gladioli brother 'of the bride, of Rai- Ervin Andrews, and W. W. _

and greenery.The ford; Glenn Sapp, of Jacksonville Hood.
,bride ia the daughter of ; and Steve Edwards, of STOCK-LADIES
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green of Starke. Joint Services Held
Lawtey, and the bridegroom lathe Mrs. Green chose for her Summer '
son 'of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. daughter's wedding a navy For Jesse Newsome, A' :

Howard of Starke. blue suit with white accessories Morris E. Williams ENTIRE STOCK! :
Ray Norman' pianist, playedthe and a pink rose corsage. Sandals I
d Y 'I traditional wedding Mrs. Howard, mother of the Joint funeral services for Cotton KnitStretch :
r ralr marches and accompanied. the groom, ware a ,beige lace dress Jesse E. Newsome and Morris

soloist, Mrs. Vernon Reddish, with pink accessories, comple- E. Williams, son-in-law of Mr. ON SALE = ;
In a program, of nuptial music. mented with a pink rose cor Newsome, were held Wednes-
I The bride, given In marriage sage. day. July S, In the Starke All our .
,. i''by,her father::'ware awhile JV A reception followed In the '.First Baptist Church with reg. $2.99 $189 ANItTOPS
crepe gown with an mplr%. Community Club at the Florida Rev. Leo Hebert of Tallahassee !5' 'T :
Some of the Best News I waistline, and a scalloped neck- State Prison, with ithe bride's officiating All .
our
line of lace. The skirt was A- parents as hosts. Burial folowed In Crosby '
Appears First in a Book line, and her train edged with The ,bride's table was covered Lake Cemetery. reg. $3.99 $289 $2.49 $11 77 .

I lace and attached: under tailored with a white lace cloth. Ail Mr. Newsome, 63, l ng-tlme, t Value II :
Take this happy young lady for Instance. She'salready bows, sweeping Into a full 'one end was a punch bowl surrounded resident of Starke, died Sun- Save JI I on sling !tacks, slides and strap style*. :
spreading the news all around town about chapel length. The veil of illusion by red roses, and the day in a local hospital after I a Hurry for best selection. .

where she's going to college this fall. Actually this was attached to a tiny wedding cake stood in the center short illness. He was born In L Big ulKllon of'surfed. ilyln .ey
In Mlldav
good news was first written in the pages of a crown, and the bride's bonquet of the table, surrounded Qultman. da. on Sept. 1, 1903, ilrlpn and piltMm and printi CompHHIywiihabla e
bank in which each deposit enteredwas I was of white carnations.Mrs. with fern "and long stemmed the son of the late Green and 3,M L. A truly tabu- .
savings book I William R. Crews of pink roses.. Eunice Btandford Ne some. Some Reduced lout Cup "'iut- a firm step forward to her goal! Albany, Ga., was matron of ''Miss Terrie Crews 'of Albany:: A member of the Starke
You, too, can read some "good news"' about collegefor I I honor, and the bridesmaidswere Ga., niece of the bride, was In First Baptist Church, and from regular stock t :

your child in the pages of your savings bank the bridegroom's sisters, charge of the bride's book. Bradford Lodge No. 4b: F. & MEN'S $2.99 G'
book! First step is to set up a systematic' savings Miss Cathy Howard 'of Starke, Mrs. Arthur Green, alster-lnr A. M., he 'operated an auto f .
, plan designed to accumulate the necessary funds I and Miss Sherrle Apon of Al- law of the bride, cut the wedding paint and body shop In Starkefor Sport Shirts :
bany. cake. Others assisting many years.Surviving .
Then follow through with
when the time
comes. Rachel Crews, 'of Albany, a were Miss Gall Patrick 'of IA one c slaughter, 100% NYLON
'your deposits according to schedule and the niece of the bride, was flower Jacksonville, a cousin 'of the 'Mrs, Morris Williams of Wal- 4 STRETCH SHELLS
news I is sure to be good! girl William R Crews Jr., also bride, and Miss Mary Alvarez, terboro, S. C.; a san John ,' $188 :
'of Albany, and nephew of the of Starke. Mack! Newsome of Jacksonville; > Sale I 7 $2 Each .

Home Owned .- Home Operated bride, was rlngbearer. After the reception, the two slaters: Mrs. Eula Mae old selection' Of send" WOWM.fincln. Value 2 for $3 e
\ The matron of honor wore a couple left for a short wedding McRae of' Starke and Mrs. Mint with Ivy' aid.

blue crepe, street length trip to South Florida. Lois Barett 'of Miami, and .now, Md and parma N'..stay S.M collar.L.XL. Stock. up t Popular' mock turtMucbv. .1..v.1 l_, kick sip eM
The Community State BankOF sheath dress, topped with 'iMr Howard 1 ta stationed with four grandchildren.Mr. I ( par in uurtid coto,.. Wuhibi S M.L.Boys' ;
,matching lace skirt and jacket. the U.S. Army In Fort Hood Williams, 37, died In a & Jr. Boys'KNIT FLORAL AND NYLON'STIlETCII
STARKE I The bridesmaids wore pink Texas. The bride Is employedby Charleston, S. C. hospital SHIRTS 3 for $5
street length sheaths, Monday afternoon followingan
,
I crepe the Atlantic National BankIn sit
Our niulw Si 99. Moit In DM unr car* M boa JAMAICA SHOUTS '
lace extended illness. Born In
MEMBER F. D. I. C. topped with matching Jacksonville, where she will hbllo. Juniors 4.7, Bays 8 18,
I skirts and jackets. They each continue to live for the present. Brantley, Oa. July 12, 1929 he
was a lease representative with SPORT CAPS t HATS-antlra stock d $299 .2 FOB 5
n I ot |119 veu s.M WylH and tun.
the Hercules Company. He '
',s'e,.
was a veteran of the Korean ., A nd buyl! Cotton.nylon. |!.n ifrtnjtli end
conflict. ilntcll' Smartly styled In nan (union colon.Walhabla. .
Surviving is his wife, Evelyn J, adtI4L, ; ) SlIM t 10 18.
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DRIVE A WINNER Newsome Williams: a daughter -- er
Elaine Williams; three
sons: Bruse, BlaIne and Ernest I Americus Most Populllr Ladles ,'1.U9 Value. Cantr..ce '1.00 "alue
Liners IB2.ou Value
Randall Williams, all 'of No. SIN) Full SUMMER pao.1'.
Z }'or
Walterboro, SC.' his parents. Length Lat'e TrIm Now snu'T BLOUSES LADIES
John M. and Mary Wildes $200 Sleeveless' $300 nOSE C
Movie Star 44
DRESSES; .
i Wlllams; a sister, Mrs. June NYLON $299 toll-up Sleeve At.t Qolors:
Harris two brothers: Darrel .
FORDS WIN I and Darvln; Williams, all of SLIPS $3.99 val ,\.IIt., Styles All Sizes' C..ml.I..c.u IIIe run" Complete SILO I Range .

Waycross, Oa. o.
Dewitt C. Jones Funeral -- S
Home of Starke was In chargeof e.

arrangements. e

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Robert E. Powell Get these early bird savings as little as 50c holds till Fall!


1 1st 4 PLACES Heart Receives For Purple Wounds ;- -.I

Warmth without Weight/ :, rl "ew ,
I Robert E. Powell, son 'of Mr. .
and Mrs. John W. Powell, of
Starke, has been awarded the LADY PEPPERELL I'1
Purple'Heart for wounds re-

!IN DAYTONA FIRECRACKER 400 ceived from a booby-trap hand THERMAL ii, V!*
grenade duringOperation Big BLANKETJI I :

Springs in Vietnam. ...
I Powell Is serving as a postal) k1r4r 1 10\
clerk with Hq &. Hq Co., 4th, ...._ _____; .
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Bn., 39th Infantry< APO 96371. layaway .r- ___________ :
) With Clyde Today He entered The Army on July $4 ..
i ..:'J .. 4g'ci$; 11, 1966 and completed basic Sale Price + :
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training: at. Fort Campbell, Ky. J r :
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I I He received training In guerilla The amazing Thermal process makes lM other blanket outmoded a 7a ..
I warfare at Fort Gordon, Ga. These new. blankets art as lljttt as a leather and cool, in the summer A r
II
I A 1966 graduate of Bradford -yet much warmer In winter, thin any ordinary blanket. Coma see 1 + e
! High School, Powell has been this Thermal blanket, come SIft and let us store it lor you till Fall. ',e
serving oversea since January -

TERWILLEGAR MOTORS ,,1, others, on sale to $7.99v .

2 YR. GUARANTEED ELECTRIC BLANKET

THE RIGHT POINT for the REVERSIBLE RUFFLED QUILT
Twin or lull size with nite lite control. Use as fitted
he war ;you write. Come In contour or flat Blanket is'washable, molhorool and 5
a All cotton In beautiful new Crystal flake $ 799 ,99
I and select your favorite E3- non allergemc.
Your Authorized Ford Dealer TERBROOIC fountain pen. I' pattern that Is rtveisiblt. Full sue. f full sue with dual' control-$1199.I .

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the office continues. the services were. Louts Jack-

Suggestions Tho clerk: at one point said 25 Years Ago son Bennett Billy Sunday

tho problem la "not in Clt> Overstreet Harry Koren, Elmer UUhat Youth IJUants.irHY .//N PROJE C79SAItyY

Hall, It's the Council. Blanton Thomas and William NAyN

Made' To Councilman Nell Tucker told l Bv Alice McGarvey C. RhOdcn. %
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City Edwards!:, "We'd 'iko to Nee you I Army pay for enlisted) men 4-H HAS ioaos IT'S ILLEGALFor

work with him (Scott), not Twenty-five yeita ago was $30 per month. but legislation 4 >' CIerNINe
Starke merchants decried: that raising j MAR
against him. I had Just passed
was
"I work with him," Edwardsreplied / It $20. equipment supplied
..ent list to the good reason for closing local i i 83. t.
pre a monthly "A. k him; don't ask each man cost about

Council, by name of account I \me, I know you don't believeme. stores. When Police Chief A L.Alval'ez '''' Defense stamps were the Person Persons in
Any to Engage

and Inactive to dellnqutnt. Councilmen Men-lit Wllliarru took a survey one storekeeper war years. 1M

and Jimmy McRae were not said "I plan to close et 10 p. Carolyn Callstreet headed \ 4 r i '
m." Pny day at Camp Bland Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless
Work Edwards. however otJpotec >- present alt the Dpeclal session' the her social column with -
| | to the measures called Monday. VVllllmms was \HI and ing may have Influenced i "Settle down Take' off your }

forby: : Scott. H. said the audl- McRae was In South Carolina., decision i shoes--Here comes Carrie with : 4S' vn
tor'_should have' shown him therecomnaemJaUons Although the speechmaking the news." J The Name Is Registered :'\
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before pre was omitted the Women'sService In those days a bathlnt I

them the' ouncll. Edwnjds Organization of the dressed In more 1 1I
renting to < Ag ComplexBids beauty was
: terMed the report a USO planned a southern style clothes than her minlsklrted Read This Florida Law
barbecue and'' athletic conteststo
coitopttaition of "rules and regulations daughter now wears to churchon I e wa ,
."' entertain about 500 Camp a cold Sunday.SERVICE.

4cott said no ,one except OpenedContinued Blandlng afternoon.soldiers A block during dance the on I \ is 4II unique? Because i guide the youngsters. Many of "It shall be unlawful fur any penon persona, mm 4.fl.eei hcreia. Mengage
hlrhself had seen the recom V V Mary and Sue Bill and Jim i them are parents of 4-H'ers.
me1L! dons prior to the meet Washington St. was scheduled and all the other 2V4! ml1l1oD4.lJ'el'9 i Through the National 4-H In business as herein defined under a fictitious name* herein defined

dntf and told the Clerk they ( From Pate One] for the evening by Miss Jewell do things. In fact the i Service Committee of Chicago, without and unless said fictitious name paD to registered with the

w< 'e"*'ju8lt. duties and recominundations. made, however on which finish Piesnell. assistant director of 4-II way is "leflrn-by-doing." nearly 60 business firms and
the YMCA. clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place .f I knalaeMfa
And contribute
to use. Architect Frank/ George what do they do? They foundations annually :
You've'' ) got to start some:has suggested the Phoenix World War II and Camp MENAND work on project.) They have well[ large sums as sponsors of wilt registration shall consist of flline with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit

plie: and' try to go forward" I stone ,because It Is a new material Blan Scott said. Important part in the to choose from. Among them; programs approved by the Ex-
which has to
yet WOMEN
td in the appearon social and economic life of the are garden electric, horse livestock tension Service. In addition they ail those Interested in the businem enterprise the extent of th* .In-
ward, mentioned several a building countyand
duUea. .. of the clerk's office that would give" an unusual as county. 1 crops,"'dog, poultry phoItography. -> host some 1,600 of the nation's tereat of each and the fictitious name under which aid I fctudneaa .ia carried
Robert Green left his dry entomology automotive finest teenagers at the National
we en't covered well- as attractive appearance. Sp. 4 George Allen was I Said not-be made until the desiring
In the audl- cleaning plant !In other hands and home economics. 4-H Club Congress. The 1967 on. registration may person or persons
Itorta That material waterproof wounded in In Vlenarn May
report. Scott: repeated being and departed for Camp Shelby on 'With few exceptions boys and congress: tabbed "the showcase to engage in business under a fictitious name shall bar adrertised hia or
brick exterior la 20. His address is RA 14-
thrft his or a new :
report Monday was : "
Miss.. /girls participate In all projects of 4-H will mark its 46th
ju.... an initial step and that justified the Board and Architect 952940, USA Hospital Camp with their Intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four
Herb Thomas who had nerved equal skill and success. straight year.
changes ''would probably !have' ,' !George seem to agree sinceIt In the First World War. Zama MHD Ward, 12 APO I II For more than a half century Among the 4-H sponsors are: (4)) consecutive Weeks in some newspaper. defined by law In the county

toe made. the, operation, of eliminates the cost of paint- signed up again. I San Francisco! Calif. P6343. I publicly supported 4-H ha* Eli Lilly and Company; General where said registration is!! to be made and Paid registration shall not b*
Ing eVery'three or four years served the needs of youth Motors General Foods Corporation
Cliff Hazen was in the Air ;
': which would soon make up the I Corps stationed in Arizona Frederick Crews son of Mr. through programs set up by the ; Kerr Glass Manufacturing accepted by the 'clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof o/

''STARKE 1,600 extra coat of either and Leon Moorer was cuttinga and Mrs. Leslie Crews pi Law- Cooperative Extension Serviceof Corporation; Coats & Clark Inc.; ueh publication.:

tintoh.. romantic figure on a visit ley was promoted to Army the state land-grant univer Chicago Board of Trade; Allis-
'Six\! bids were received on the private pay grade E-2 upon cities I Chalmers; Westinghouse Electric
home after two service
'
: BUSINESSDIRECTORY building.. in the Canadian Army.years He had completion of basic combat Since the first 4-H Clubs were : Corporation; Merck & Co., If in business under

Architect George said he observed added to his age and now at training at Fort Banning Oa, :organized to touch boys how to Inc.; Wilson & Co., Inc.; Moor- you are engaged! any name

the Phoenix stone for a 17 was a second lieutenant; In The promotion was awardedtwo farm better and girls how to man Mfg. Co? Oliver Corporation ,
before its durability months earlier than Customary foods better In. E. I. du Pont de Nemours
year trusting preserve private ;
the Canadian Signal Corpwith
or quality, then experimented active service overseas. I under an Army; policy :IuaLry: and community-minded & Company; Amchem Products, other than your own and have not had this name

ALTO REPAIRS;; with !It in his ,own Sales at the State Farmers' providing Incentive for out- citizens have backed 4-H. Industry Inc; Ralston Purina Company; ,
home. The standing trainees.' The advancement provides incentive awards, Heisdorf & Nelson Farms Inc.
.. Board will go to Market week :
this [In 19421
: Earl's Garage Palatka\ on Thursday July according to Manager J. B. is based on. scores recognition educational aids and Eastman Kodak Company.. I properly advertised and registered we will be
13, to look at George's home attained during range firing :and technical assistance. Others include: : Hercules Incorporated ,
ALL
> KINDS OK Gardner Included: 98 crates of
and see the material! Its fin- physical combat proficiency Collaboration between private : ; The Firestone Tire
AUTO REPAIR WORK green beans At $1 per crate tests. military blaring, and Interests in support of this youth I.'Rubber .Company;; Montgomery
All Work Guaranteed! ished state before making a 603 crates of lima beans at glad to give all Information to
is Ward
decision. leadership potentiaL program open to all probably ; Armour and Com you necessary as
.
:Phone 904-7009 ,. $1.30, 455 crates of corn at 15. without parallel. Success of the pany;" Carnation Company;
Brown Construction Co.,
I So. Walnut Stole"A1T0 180 cr&tes'of'green\ pepper at Mickey 'partnership" Is evident in the American Oil Foundation Humble
Cadet R. Cansby / ;
Gainesville, is second low bidder -
$1.30, 456 orates field'peas at ,tong tenure of business donors. Oil & Refining Company what should do.BRADFORD
If a brick exterior> is. used. son of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. ; you
91.10, 37 crates of tomatoes at .
SERVICE Dansby of Starke has been Today nearly 400,000 men and Standard Oil Company (Kentucky -
The firm has a base bid of
$1.43 crates. squash at $1,30
women serve us'v lutitE'f't lenders ) and The Standard Oil .
selected for an Air Force Re-
166,780 plus $1,190 for a brick! I and 4 crates okra. at $2.25. I their skills .
Cilbert S. Brown .. Officers using special to Company (Ohio)
finish for a total ''of $68,275.Jotn serve Training: Corps I
"
Reasons given by local
financial assistance grant at
M. Bickerstaff Co.,'Jacksonville
Standard OH' Serftae Station ; on"brick- young men for joining the I the University of Florida. commissioned a second lieu I e
-is third low once each work for four cnnsecutlco -
ATLAS army were: Henry Cone 21. tenant In the U. S. Army. works In the Bradford
1,400
with a base of $67.289 plus Dansby was among
TIRES &: BATTERIES Joined "to protect my family County! Telegraph.
nfyklget Terms-Road Service $1,442 for a brick finish fora and to help other men protect I third-year selectees from 1(3 rated, this nth day. of July COUNTY TELEGRAPH
'',
.' total of 68731. of the natJon'lIleadlng colleges 1117' .
thelr's. '
Phone'064-7071 If the Phoenix stone! Is and universities. Criteria for :INVITATION ,TO BID 4S4A1.: j
_407 :N. Temple Star"eHURST'S the used Johnnie Edwin Lett, 20 said I selection Included cumulative BY t'IIAHLHI4 A. AltUY.l
and third low a'
second Did STATE PUJtCIIASINQC'OMM Clark ur the C*lr. ult f'uurt.IJV .
be could his general
Improve grade of at least! IH8IONTAr.LAnA8M .
: ders are reversed with Blcker- average IJpuluh Mood I
staff at $68.160'.and\ Brown knowledge protect his country 2.B on a 4,0 scale hlh"scores I II Sealed' J FLORIDA Deputy Clerk\ I

: s ii E.LII; right behind 'at '$S\).673./ and learn a trade, I on- the Air Koicet qualifying! I I b C'oiiiDvlltlve. recolvad by the 'Bid.State Pur-will 7/8 4t 7/87

: Service Stationas ,It will probably' be close to James Harvey McCarthy 21 : test and high chaMlnir. CommlHxIon until 10:00:
said he' would try to be a good I' moral standards. A.M., WDT., on 'date Shown for
a yearbeforethe., ag complex the Mule of surplus property
,
.
:
T.rLubrictttlon'Goodyear :
OU soldier "because It's going to
Is completed and occupied. July 14. 1967 Pine Gum kulueRO Ira
TlrelBatlerles\ : ; take a lot of good soldiers to Cadet Richard L. Hobbs, Bid Blanks, condition. and
upeulfloatlons be obtained
.'- ROAD' KERV1CK. win this war." son of Mr. and'' Mrs. James C. from the Stale may Pu rc-h.online r .JfJIQ1RIGIIa: '
: .nd TOO Starke' j l 4 1 /
8Qlf School Boards Claude Hillier Bartow 20. Hobbs of Starke ''Is'at lPndiltr; '1)(onimlnnloll.Bloichaiu Bulldlnit Um 111., TullahM-William :
"w '
METAL WORK Joined that we can live "Inpeace' Army Reserve! Officers'rt'8ln- .oe. Florida.AI" and APPLIANCES i

.' Others permanently who recently joined ing corps C.sumer camp at Fort t J fCxticutlv J.: Day Dlrartor IL' Work Saving 'APPLIANC S-at money saving prices! ) ;
THOMPSONSheet ( Short Funds Bragg N. He Is a student at '-/IIU Zt T/S

the University of Florida andis Isis a. r r'Y ,
.- I KcwitHfflsaia(
Metal Works receiving six weeks'of training -
pulpwood production at Cov- IN COUNTY .TUDilH'R (OOITRT lDIo"-FUZE1,': : :'-J.QB. HiJ;:
in leadership, rifle marksmanship : VAil
fContinuel( From rag One I IIrtnes. IN ANI> Foil nRADFOIlDC'Ht'NTT. I Is
-All Types Metal Work- Ington Ga. for vocational agriculture physical conditioning FLOKll'A. FAMILY SIZE BIG CAPACITY
\ All parts extra at catalog Instructors: and to and other mllltary'subJects. In ro' : Estate of (Very High Quality)
;ileat & Air Cond. list price. Ted Oglesby, July 1-26 to attend AMOK ROUJNMON U. "STAULINQ' AUTOMATIC WASHER ELECTRIC DRYER PLUS CAPACITY V

2 Systems Installed Granted professional leave a conference at FSU for Upon successful completionof /t.k/a. ALICE H. STARLING o Two Automatic e '3-Foi:Id!an Heel -- -

Rd: 16 E. Ph. 964-5723 to: Paul Hutchings July -21'' urea vocational-technical center summer camp and l graduation ,:degeased.\O't'ICn OP PBeua0; Cycle. o aunt Selectors Lint '1 AUTOMATIC' WASHER.
to -attend a short( course' in d re<:torl. from college he will beSLADE'S TO Aid,. P1I1tMIN9' I o Four Wamh and ScreenKnee / ale' IS lb. Load. Capacity
) : D IN THR STATE Mm** WaterTempera Gtf ,
S INTERIMTKD+ lurt) :action nt, Multf'-a"ale' Control
-
OF SAID DE'EDJI1NT
-- -- --- You' ar.--iir". ;; )y- notified 'thatwrltton Selection' Door Latch Four Wuh and Nin.Wate
Complete' Front AutomaticCool Tamparatura Salacllonta '
I a Instrument purporting Down k .,
l Salactor'
to be the hmt will unit testament Service Dealiin S10 L..I

RCA WHIRLPOOL SELECT-A-RAMA I of Raid to probate decedent In thin linn court,'baenndmlttitd : ; IlD I $ $ I

Ton within are six" calendar hereby. months leammanfted from ': : $17995 loo $13995 DOWN X21995:

e the date of the first publication '. DOWN ...n 1 I... even !I..., ithnr.a
a of this notice to appear In this! wltn" t,.". DOWN with. I..". w" _, .
court and show cause 'If anyyou I
can why the aotlon of thin t. ,:a'/! a7AW ,
y court in admitting; said wll|( to I"W f

probate should not stand unravQkad. ....
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.- I f !- .- .......' COUNTY County JUDO, Florida.. Bradford -
j' ": ;
/SO..nrs>* II. Pierce
: ; Attorney .OBl.i. "
/23 4t 7/13 IPROCLAMATIOK i iMay. =
> tGE 30" HECTIIIC RANGE \ = : a 3B' GRIDDLE TOP QASRAXEE ,

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... f. I I T, Carl Hunt Sl Mayor, ifill 7 of the I : .Moo.m-a..w.Oww*D..rClirafTM $$14995 I ... L.."-........._....n..:..*...Qullart.O.n.....r.e.N. $19995 1 9 9
I City of tttarke II 0.U II.eN.Nr I .
Florida by WM .
Y'rtue
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of the authority veiitrdIn Oven I hn.Nln BreXlcr"' v fl.I*
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.:J -. I I my by law do hereby null wunu.e. ...P.nwnc.na. .... I
a Special Kluctlon': to be held at a/N alt
< : :::; : .the Fire station In the afnreald NQA.QEt t : : 30" GAS RANGE W1N9lJ NQ.S.CU 3&" ELECTRIC RANGE

I Cityby the Qualified h.IMe. 5...-'. e Aui.wn.ilic ciMh Timer/
-1 .July voters IS.(Electors: IK a 7.)A.on D. Tuesday for the, T..Chrem.Owen ..... >13995 9 -"tio Inflnit*Hal $$19935
:1 .
x1 > purpoiei ar..nN
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*-' 0 ; j I APPOINTING of the City Slo era Sat ..... Ura: W .z :..o..,,o... M
.1'' I Clark, and the Chief of Police .2010\-' \-one COI(n .n.'er.hm.anwrdl us ,
I by the city Council of the DOWN
City n/ StHrketUbBCTlO.V
I '
t 1. ql 0 : : ; of the City Clerk Jtaae
/ :: and Chli-f' of Pollre bv the a
voter. of the City of tftarko art
.

1t1V; YOU SAVE i ill II Starke.Mm.III.Inspect'.. Frnaitlne Myrtle or;.* for-Deonla laid. Denmark election: BONUS SAL ft DIRECT FACTORY PURCHASE! 1 SYMPHONIC


WHEN YOU r.' Albert Mr, ,r. Boater R.': HnnlvMra .t. CHECK''THES E FEATURES FIRST TIME EVER : SoHdStat
2 : Peggy Shaller __, rUSE
hire .Miinrnret, William Portable
4! Joe V llnnkl As e1 .B
TRADE WITH Mrs lid Prevatt POl1Ai/E1 PHONO
John. HlmpKon. .
I" COMPUtTI -VMr.w c.M"/
P Mrs.Mm. kale Kthel: Mae Raymond UhaileonMr \ r PORTABLE ,, :::::=- 9S
SLADE *. R. O. lJan.by' ..'
sAW
EASY CREDIT '
'
J In teatlmony whereof I here- '
t i ; unto subscribe my name and 1 -3 $ Ea' N
==:; I cause the !Heal if said 'Ity to aat.ar What a terrific price for such .'
====== i- be hereunto affixed this Slat. ea at fine performance. There if no r..
= day ot I
May D. 1067.! !
: Solid State
I (:BRAE: ) / limit to number of fantastic 4-Speed

CARL UUR9T. Mayor stitches you can make. AutomaticPORTABLE J

;TAKE YOUR CHOICE 16' UPRIGHT OR CHEST FREEZER A'I'T l\UnUtiLr.1T! : EDWARDS rt Professional-looking decorative .Saparara Control: : PHONO.

-- City Clerk a/ts tt 7/1 ds'f r. 1 stitching that will be the envy of .Jawolad Stylwae

I your friends. Add your own Ploy 10"or 11"........


!I. Circuit su'rle'R, ')('r.o .. I II. I .G- distinctive, linens,touch drapes to, etc.your clothing 5499S A WEEK E

nO monEV (' ,.. . .
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Down PI"rlde.<"In ( rr.Can i -
.1)1. BONUS OFFER
., No. tie y.. SaUd Sl.laDROP
BDNA J'f'A RL VtXHOU: Plain : Sew Easy lesson Book DOWN
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tiff v MARION JjKItOY!: .VOfIKU j ,.'
r Sew
) Defendant.NOTIfR 6 a E Easy Dial Card f PHONO
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\ To;: Mnrlivn TO I : APPEAR Leroy VogelYou l I r + Automatic Zia-Zaaj vA :3 '4-SpMd Control* for:
ONLY I
: $192.00$1.0.00$ A MONTHSlade are heresy notified that is ttocrtment* Clarity., DiamondN t
a milt for Wvnrre has 4>een I Li "
fllml .axiiliint. you In the .above. ._.-J No Additional Charge "' .t
named rerfiilrrd.Court to and save fauna a'copy-of'and 7011are c.rryinf case.. JNCLUDEDI TRIALef$5 sb9 s'
10-DAY
I your answer or pleading: in the / FREE ...Awe.
complaint on Inn Plaintiff, a Attorney
lion. Lox, Oren; 133 N.

; Gas & Appllances and Court file Street the original Htnrke In- ,Florida h. of-
.
floe of the Clerk of lbs IrcultCIIU.t *
on or before the lot day
of August lta1: other*!** she

332 W. Madison St. Phone.964-7701 allegations he taken of wild IIa ronfenwed Complaintwill .by 128 ;S. Walnut St. Phone 9645289PA.IR

you.Thir Herman Willis! Owner Rill Wilson Manager'
I ; notice; cbU he "uJahl'd( (






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Library Requests County Secondary Considers. Road MaintainingOwn System BILL POWELL -- REAL ESTATE,


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I ? r a4 r ltird l'pr I $5,000 From City I Bradford County could maintain to the fact that Union Countyhas I !' TO ., ....w,.
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vr' } Its own secondary road more secondary road mil- BUY SELL TRADE

j v system If the State Road Department age than Bradford but Is 1
. I would give Its approval charged lesa. CALL: 981-6464

A request that its $2,500 annual lion contending that tte bill to the move, County Attorney Judge Yawn said there Is no I
ray M 1 C I I 1 I It appropriation from the from (the Commission must go T. A Yawn told the law against' a county maintainI AFTER HRS: 533-2013

,y.v .tt i ii City of Starke be.doubled was I through two offices and so Board of County' Commissioners ing Its own secondary roads. I '
n 4 made by four members of the might miss the city's deadline.; Wednesday H. nail! Duval County has done;'1 :- WRITE: P.O. BOX 1089 ...

Bradford County Library ;Edward said he paid the The Bonn), with Commissioner so for years through an unwrltlen VISIT: 40.1 W. MADISON ST. '
I VIs I Board. Monday night.<< $1009;! bill himself.. Ife con Jerome Johns taking the agreement 'between the I .
STARKE ,
I. yI. The increase I Is, needed) to tended an exception should be load In the move Is consider ,. county and the SRD and the ,I

finance the independent operation made In such cases tut the ing: the change because the practice Is apparently satisfactory Q1 FARMS ACREAGE ;

: of the. county's library council took no action. maintenance provided by the to both parties. I .. .-
Ik since the County Commission Agreed upon request of State Road Department and Next step will fe for the I Rtttata: Broker HOMES: COMMERCIAL
and Library Board decided to I School Superintendent Tom charged against Bradford's Bradford Board to meet with

break off its affiliation ,will Casey; to use the city's drag secondary road tax fun.:da, la SRD officials, as CommissionerBuck "

% the Santa Fe Regional Libraryin line to deepen drainage ditches coating\ : between $800 and $700: Norman suggested Judge That'8 Our Business

0 the face of the $32.000 on Washington and Orange per mile per year. Yawn told the Board the only ,GLASS
+ ; : budget request by the Region Streets around the Eradford '"I'm concerned about the way to fnd! out If the countycan

1 I I 4 I 1y or have the local library High Athletic Field. Casey amount that la charged for sec maintain its own, secondary -, c "If It's Glass W. Have It"
services cut. said the School Board had .
ondary maintenance Johns roads Is to ask the State
The Bradford Library las considered placing drainage said Wednesday. Ho pointed Road Department.skies CALL! WRITE or VISIT

year received $13.000 from the : pipes under the field, but the i! FOR ANY GLASS NEED .,
1
County Commission for salar project proved too expensive.! ,

tea operating expenses, and "The Blue Max" To Be At Florida We Design Modern Store Front ..

books plus $2,500 from the II
; J 76 Teachers Just Mail Us A Pattern For
City of Starke to house! the I

unit.Mrs.. Still NeededIn Sun--Wednesday, July 9-12 Table TopsSHEA'S ...
Russell Norman Libr-

a 12 ary Board member. told the During the four year span the film focuses on the GLASS CO. nn

Three of Keystone's youngest. and p,' ttINt were picked an winner In the TotK- City Council Monday that ad- SchoolsSchool of, World War I, the Introduction personal story of Peppard'a

To-Teen.,beauty contest Monday, a. highlight of the Keystone on Parade activities. ditional funds will be needed of air power into warfare love affair with Ursula Andreas II 131.1 N.W.. 4Jh{ Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR24353Don't ::'.
From left are: Brenda Sue Trlist, 7-j.ear-old daughter of Bin Inez Trleitt, .selected for new equipment and shelving Superintendent Tom brought about a new breed of whose role in "The Blue :
since the present equip man, the fighter daredevil Max" Is demanding I
I said pilot a considerably more
Casey Wednesdaythat
an Little Mlles KOP; Joyce Moore 4 daughter of Mr. and Mm. J. Steve Moore, named ment is Jointly owned by the I -
Bradford County schools1 are who duelled in the air than any other she
Tiny SIlfM. KOP; and I'attl McLean. 12, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Ernest McLeiui local library and the Santa Fe still short 10 teachers, needed in the earliest forms of air has yet undertaken.

elected HII Young Miss.. KOP. (Guines\Ulu Sun Photo by Sam McGarvey). region and some will be removed for the opening of the fall craft. Next Thursday, Friday and I Get Carried Away .

to Gainesville. term. The story of one of these Saturday, July 13, 14, and 15 I
Mrs. Grace Pitch. another winged warriors Is told In 20th the youngsters and
KOP Events "We are nine short In ''high grownupsalike
v Library Board member told school two at South lde'' Ele- Century-Fox's "The Blue Max" are In for a special treat I

;r.r the council that the library's mentary, and five at LAwtey" starringGeorge Peppard, with another showing of Walt
r r, greatest need I Is for reference Casey said. James Mason, Ursula Andreas, Disney's ever popular. fairy I

End Thursday books. "We hired four""''new teachers ,Jeremy Kemp and Karl Michael Hale "Snow White and the :fi n .ca

The Library Board's goal in last week, and lost three byresignation Vogler, which will screen Seven Dwarfs." Along with :
its first year of Independent at the Florida Theatre Sunday Snow White will be a second''
he added, "so
After Big WeekA operation Is a budget of $2q-. we're not getting ahead very through' Wednesday July 912. Disney feature a true life I' FOR FREE ESTIMATECALL ,
000 of which
$15.000 is expected fast. Screenplay Is based on the adventure In animal-land'

front the County and Teachers. ,whose resignations best-selling novel of the same "Beaver Vfclley" "

successful week of activities ".000 from the city. With a were' received are: Claire name by Jack 'D. Hunter. All three movies will be In I

billed as Keystone on $20.000 budget the local unit Iharpless, ,speech therapist: Peppard has one of the most color. I II Florida Pest Control and
will be i I
eligible for aid.
state
,Parade, and sponsored 'by the Beba Starnes, BHS,, librarian; challenging> roles of his ,
Keysone Heights Woman's Mrs. Norman told the Council. and Tommy Malloy who Is as a relentlessly career'j'A CIoMUlec.Jr -n ..0 TELEGRAPH !;. I
Club will end Only service to be cut In the young German flyer. In Chemical Co.
tonight (Thursday leaving to coach, at Bronson. brings remit*.
Independent operation is the tion to the drama of I
) with KOP Kards, a dupll. New teachers employed CAUU: IIUIIT!: 1Slade's
Bookmobile service that has
cate bridge party In ,the Masonic a were: Mary Catherine Miller,
Hall. been used very little in the .
Cooperative Business Education
-
N
past On a recent triPthroua'h
year.
The Arts and Crafts Show
; Wlnona Blanton Special
the two
county only
staged in the Municipal Building Education: (''Southslde Blemen- -
L i. persons availed themselves of
daily, has attracted good tar ') Vicki.
) ; McKinney /girl
the services of the bookmobilethe Summer
attendance to view the work of One of the moat eye-catching exhibit In KOP art show Library Board members physical> education BHS; and Westinghouse

some 28 artists in the area, wa thin llfe-nlze flgur entitled "Lady Love" and ronntructml told the Council. Sylvia Wadsworth, librarian

including oil paintings, water- by Al Martin from wire mesh. over h""l Svlre frame. MewIng The Council took the request BHS.
colors, sculpture, wood carvIng '
the creation Is Mrs. Marvin Homer. under consideration witha
handcraft, and various I' promise from Chairman TIKB: RIGHT POINT for the 16 CU. FT. Heavy Duty

hobby collections. ."'_ .r.-..- .lJ:' Ruby Johns to do the "very elect ;your favorite ESTER- ; I TopLoadingWasher a.

Three charming little girls ai, t y best we can." Councilman Nell BROOK fountain pern. TELE- WestinghouseRefrigerator
.
were selected to reign In the i yrl Tucker and Mrs. Johns asked way you write. Com sa sod PI'IA" S'
Tots to Teens beauty contest
Monday afternoon lathe ,SOy that a budget for the l 67- 8 GRAPB. .
staged
operation of the library be .
Masonic Hall due to rain. l q
presented to them.In Adjustable Vinyl Book .
Plans for Teens and
a Amateur
other action, the Coun- Cov..... All size 30 cents ea.!
program/ Monday night were
cancelled. cil: at The Telecrapta.HRUISTEK '
Turned over to the Utility
Among the artists exhibiting : wt Committee a request from -an '. "Frost.Free 14"- never a
In the show were: David sign of frost. Not In the re
hsurance firm, submitted by FICtlTIOUS IV' A. MB .
Schaeffer, Nlta Adams Sara Clerk Merrill Edwards. for a Notlo. I I. hereby given. that frigerator. Not In the freezer "
:McDonald, Millard Judd Rus- th. undrlffned. under the provisions 121Lb. Freezer-with full Blfgstt, strongest Trsnsmlftlan
replacement value to be set on of Chapter home washer
20,903 Lw industry
sell N. Thatcher, May Hender- of .. width door shelf Full Width today
the engines In the power Florida Aot of 1941 will re. '
eon, Ruth and Axel Molmgren, plant. :.t.r with the Clerk of the CI..- iI r e :i Full Depth Shelves-provide Doubts-Action Wishing-agitator ....
cut Court, In and for Bradford .....
Ann Beidler Valarle '
,
Mydske draws clothes in direction
Took no action on a reportby County. Florida, upon receipt of storage to every corner. Special one
Dot Chrlstoffars( Newman, Gen. publication of this I notice t sudsy water.
2-Posltfon Shelf Is
n' adjust Ribbed wanttub
Edwards that the Cram .ftho. _
R. P. HolllReggle Schuber, fictitious name of Dixie turns In opposite
and Fresh Water Fish Commission I Motel under which we ore *rraaeil able Full Width Vegetable direction for second wash ,
Suzanne Dwyer, Ingeborg Hut. In builnex M'' '
744
has threatened to at N CrIsper-holds % bushel of .
chison, Joseph A. Kauffman, ?. ,. -.ti. k.ai, Temple AVA, Starke. p'irida.Oary want .
----- slat ,- move Its office from Starke 1t O. J-t'u.ti.-- Blanch I I I Hit t vegetables.. PLUS: Built-in Capacity-waihei 12-Ib
Avalon Severs, Vera Ownby, Its services terminated A. Hughes. 744 N. Temple Av*., Butter loads or more. .e
Vera Lambing, and Al Martin. 1'11'5.'IIUnm \\'p'z'' member of the Keystone tfialght Worn. utility are atarke, Florida owner Egg Storage, Keeper Two Cycle Control.automatically
The crafts exhibit Included a an'* Club, point to an Interesting exhibit among the show's for failure to pay on Dated this llnd day of June Magnetic Door Gaskets delivers two wash and rinse
time. Edwards said services 01 A.D., 1987 at Stark. BradfordCounty COLORS: Coppartan or temperatures Warm-
display of Japanese dolls dress more than 50 entries from ail;n artlats.. ] Florida. W Hot-Warm
terminatedJune
the office had been Warm.
White
.
.
sed '
In authentic native costumes to 282t 7/13 \
22. He read a letter .
all made by Mrs. Grace amlc display 'by Evelyn Bes- Sara McDonald and Raku pot- .
I the council from the Ccmmls Im Tae Clreelt C .rt F.
*
N. Stevens .of ,Melrose; a cer- sette, a hand-looked rug by I tery by Charlie Brown. Bradford fOMtr FIrM
Civil Action n.. Ml
::1I Waiter Hendarnon H..ncl..on hit and wire Etolla *- NO MONEY DOWN

Plaintiff, v. Willie HubbertJr.
and Haiti Slobbery il.
wife, Defendan NO MONEY DOWN

DID YOU KNOW THAT ONLY 3 CITIES IN FLORIDA ELECTA Hattie To. Willie NOTICE Hubbert.. Hubbert OF hi StJIT. ,wife Jr., Address and- $24950---$10' Month:

I
unknownYou .

CITY CLERK AND POLICE CHIEF? that property an Are action In on Hereby Bradford the.to foreclose folluwlnu Notified County amortgage $16600 $$10 Month

Florida' : AIRCONDITIONER
The ,South half of the Eeeteventyflv I
((76)) feat of the
Two of these cities Went on. hundred .*..,It.flv.1 II
at
are present attemptingto (175) feet of the I
hundred .a..tY.four'. (174)(
this the APPOINTED method: feet of Block Seventeen '(17)
change to Bait of the railway. Town of SAIJSI
Lawt.y. Bradford County tMtwrnmtrr .
Florida, and In .geotlon.. Twen
lythree(21)( ),. Township five :

Let's take a look at why most all cities think the appointed as((6)(22)recorded Houth East a*In Bans'p.r Plat map Bank Twenty-two or No.plat 1 I .J---I-

race 19. public record of I
Bradford County.' Floridaha -, fl __._ '
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is best. you. ar..required.toserve beenftl.d agalns'. you*- and a 'm :::: -._.....;_...._;..._.;._ 5,000 BTU, $ 99 r

system copy of your written dfene ::f: ::!: ;1: : :::: .
If- any, to It on Thomas eV ::: :::: ::: : ,

(Pferce.Attorn.ye., who. addre*,.for,1. .PlainIff 203-S- ::1 :;1 :: : ::::::
J North Tempi Avenue Stark ;'IS:::::':':::::::: 8,000 BTU $189
Chief
1. The Clerk and in
City Police not placed I
.,are a with Florida the, and Clerk fll. *of the, the original above-! ; H: ::1: .

position of playing politics to do an effective job. 10.styled.19871 Court otherwlee.or or.judgment before- July 17000 BTU $$266
may be .nte..i< against you 1 ; .
for the relief demanded. In the :.t:::: : :' .. .

2. The be a', business-like basis complaint Witness"my or band: and, fail of 1
could
:
City placed i
on Paid. (Court SEAL.)on June 11., U87. 18,500 BTU .$$288

Charles A. Darby i ''''..s ..
which could enable the City Council to lower.. utility Clerk of. the Circuit Court H :', ':'::::
Bye BauUh Woody '::" :,k' ::'
: Deputy Clerk ::: : : m EASY TERMS
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rates. Thomas A Flerc :.,
'I Attorney at Lair :' ::'
10'1 North Tempi' Av. mS .
Stark,' Florid, Hot 1 !.::a A Sit I ea.
,Attorney for Plaintiff. 1 : YOU can b 1m It.ICSWestinghouse' .
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3. The Police. Chief and City Clerk'.have equal authoritywith .tilt 4t 76lt ly A Month
I $10 :
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1l' I coim:
the City Council which eliminates proper super h: 1-1:- AND FOR BRADFORD .
COUNT, FLO1UDA. .

vision. Helps our city to become' a' better, and cheaper C.Iti.A.re:ORfFriS.Estate of de..*.... .
NOTICE Of FILING PBTITIOV SUMMER CLEARANCE ON ALL TELEVISIONS :
,FOR FiMAtr nisrjiAROB' OF
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place to live. EXECUTRIXNotlc : .
I la hereby given .that t
have filed my final returns a*,
eaeautrix| of th*- *tU ot C.'A.' Black '
irlffl*. deceased I that r have and White UP TO gflq
filed my petition for a

VOTE TO APPOINTThe that lon and on for July final. 17,dl.oh.lf/7..1.trIIlU.// .

A.ppfy, Yawn to'County th. Honorabl Judge of' Or Color 1W JUff :

ford County Florida, for 8"1 .
proval' of said final. .
to, .d order of distribution" and I

City Clerk and Police Chief July 18th.PAID sot for tn final. will discharge of C. A.a*Orlffl rx.outrixl. d-,j

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June'' 19 .9.T.. Slnde Gus & ApplIANces
I EMMA: ORIFFtS CORKS.: : I
Executrix: of th* ,Eatat:
FOR DV'INTERESTED'CITIZENS C. A. Orlffti. doe..
THOMAS FIERCB
01-5, North Tempi Av. *. O'j 332 W. Madison St. Phone 964-7701 :
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....:: New Law Bans Public Boards I ,
Severance Tax would afffdt the llmenltu min- The boird: approved' payments -

\(12 Wides.\ I From Action In Secret MeetingsIt I Clay ing industry Counties.in Bradford and $8,069 on to the the Biooker contractors project of,
Maxville
From Melrose
to
Defeated AgainA Spokesmen for the DuPont $13.000 on Hampton and $39- .

Company, operators' of the 326.18 on the vocational-tech I
la now for'any public
Illegal :
CustomIacJe!\
i board or agency'. to take mines, had said they were already nical center.IN : From Lake Butler to Penney Farms

For Florida Living .. assistants. l and t. In
official actions "Secret"or that attendance A <'(] rive per cent .-It iC

Get !More\ "private" meet tiiff."-; ,administrators hold certifi- HCVcrunio tax on phonpliae mined here clue to competitive THEY'RE COMING AND BUYING

YOU Sen. J. Emory '(Rod)'.Cross' cates, and eliminating them and other minerals taken from product from Australia. Any POl'NTY .MlUOira COfRT. :
For Your $ $ ao-cajled "government",ln the from continuing contract status the ground was defeated 11.6 additional tax would place the IN: COUNTY AND FOR FLOKIUA BRADFORD ,

sunahlnc" bill cleared the legls: in the Senate Finance Committee local product In an even worse J In i'..: I'jHlattt of I AT fiASWORTHY'S FURNITURE
No Salaried or' Commissioned Inturc last' weir: providing a Permitting the school I.ut Thursday competitive posl-tlon, the Du- AI.IC-M II. STARLING

: Employees penalty of up to 81*months lit :,boards to place teachers on This was bout, the eighth Pont officials said a/k/M KOH1NHON AI.IG11. STARLING, I

jail or a fine(tup ,to'..300, or .continuing contracts after two time that this proposal has Rep Gene Shaw vigorously. dreeased.] i
DAD & BRAT 1 LARSEN '
\o'ru'M TO < iiKmroiirtAll :
both, for member..fJt boards :years In the county. If the "bit the dust" In the past IB opposed a similar severancetax rrertltorn or the agitate ofAllus '

LIKE TO WORK or agencies '"WhotAKe .official "teacher holds a continuing con- vi'ais, being n }penennial partof bill In the House. II. Sterling. : Robinson R/lc/a I yfs
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Alice H Mtttrllnir. duc. ". ar-
YOU Benefit action while meetliig. priv- tract in another county. the legislative; program of hereby (lotiri,.d and required' to I
ate or secret. -Providing recommendationthat Sen. J. Emory (Red) Cross of Brooker, Hampton run|] any claim. or demands ,

"I think public;officials! s. are continuing contracts be fat inoavllle.Ctoss whlrh. they may have: ugalnnt'i
School Projects acid estate I In the office of the
All Sizes m Display going to think ml' lity hard be- made based on performance of argued I that Florida/ Is tmunty judge ot Bradford County i
fore holding: private": dr secret duties and professional compe tho only state not.having such a Behind Schedule HorlcU.. 'in IliA ,courthouse al,
810.12 Wide "Htnikv" Florida, wllhln nix cat '
meetings In the future," 'Sen. tence. tax and mild that although it ender month from the date of'
IVi Rath!! Cross commented upon paaaAf vould produce only $10 million Architect Don Morgan. reported the flrHt publication of tills' notlii -

ExpandableNew of the bill. Car Accidentally mnually it was only right to the School Board bu 1 'I In Each writing claim end nr'demand must state must I

The new law also) gives any' I that ithe imiusUv pay its fair Wednesday that the contractorIs the place or raHkionca and post
rltlzcn the opportunity to ,go .Put Into Reverse :hare of the tax burden. behind schedule 15 per centon nrriL. niltlraas, of the claimant' ,
and Used and must bt sworn to by the
to court to reuclnd any action :Skids Into Rail Homer tlookn, director of the the new Brooker school, claimant. his. agent nt his' attorney -

8-Yr. financing availableUse taken on public; gutters_It the Phosphato Council, denied and 22 per cent on the Hampton or It will become. voidacioKiinir

dcolnlon la made In a. secret'or Cross statement. that, Florida school. June 11. to 1967.C'athnrlna law..
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I ;; private meeting::: *y .. _A 16-year-old driver accidentally l IB the only elate without a Construction of the new area' Dyal. Why Pay More
Our Rental-Pur
put bill automobile In severance tax. "No state com- tional-tochnloal! training Haiinl' Thomaso9xecutrices I IAile.
it.). ( : of the Rotate
chase Plan-Payments 19 reverse while traveling U.S. peting with the Florida photiphute center In Starke is right on H. Starling Robinson, I
Under $;)0 Per Month Changes: 301 couth of Starke Saturday. Industry levies such a schedule, Morgan Maid. a/li/a A lice n sturlinn.: "
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Law July 1, causing the car to skid ,ax." Hooks said Completion date for the THOMAS deeeaaed* PrKRCH 1. : I C. H. Nasworthy Furniture & Appliances

In School Into. a guard rail. The proposed new tax was Hampton and Brooker schools 208-6 North Teinpltt\ Ave.

I The mishap caused apptoximatcly 'ppos..1 In rexolutlnnn adopted Is specified as August 21 In "((1/.J3 Btarke." 4t Florida 7/13: ,I''
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NOMMobile Told BoardNineteen $130: damage to the ,
,To ay the Stui'ko-Bradfoid County the contract
right side of the 1UOO Dulck Adjustable Vinyl Bookl)I
i Clumber:::: of Commerce, the The delays are caused by

Home Sites changdain.!. .school sedan, according to Florldn Stilt-In cltv Council and sev- difficulty in obtaining/ workers Covers All sizes 30 cents ea.
Highway Patrolman O. C Gr ,
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law, IncorporatedIn,: one' bill'
rett; but the driver, Joseph
-:- AVAILABLE passed! Arthur Cooley, Ocala, and his
Full l Lake Privileges lafltj '\v elc, Were read to
three pussoiigrrs! escaped injury 1t
,Homestead Exempt- the School Board jVednesdeylay !: I I The accident wcuirrri nt
: Supt. Tom Caney.
Financingiake :2 p.m. approximately 1.3 miles
Though some of the changeswere
south of Starke.
minor, a few of the more .
; Geneva significant. ones provided for: Cooley was traveling southIn 5 .k
; the inside lane of the divided 1-
limit -
the on purchadea
Raising highway when ho ran off, . .. _, .. ,,
without bidS from $300to 7.------ ';c.-.C.: .- .,' ,':".: ;nc "\) '.';; <'Uf,4'.J, :
Trailer Sales 1000. the left aide of the road andl I EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
T114E: RIGHT POINT for th.
Removing the present re- truck the guard rail. He told I| wanted. Apply In person 'I

On Route; roe One Mile. SB! striction that \\.1mlt.l'h' School Trooper Garrett he knockedthe I the Garden RestaurAnt. atl I F lID [ 1m'' If you find your name among the Classified Ads, 'and the way.select you your write.favorite Come ES-In i I

Keystone Hftlpht font making
SuperlnttenUcn.t { gear shift lever Into reverse $100.00 Itnwn PaymentA : TERBROOK fountain pen.
'Open Sun. & Evenings more than lt\f' Wjhest 'paid. with his knee causingthe nice CB comfortable house, bring to The Telegraph office and receive FREE TELEGRAPH

-L --- ..-_ other county, official.: 3 ''bedrooms, tile bath, I i
skid space
= Removing the requirement. :, vehicle to sideways. THEATRE PASS PASS to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive-In. FREE
; and hot water heaters, paved
FOR SALE 2 :BR House on
e, street beautiful lawn.: Call for
nice lot, $3200. Needs some
particulars. A, J. Thomas, I Aquatic
u repairs, 4O1( Alton Rd. Financed -
Realtor, Tel. 961-5701, tfchg DID YOU KNOW Plants
It's easy to HASTINGS MATTRESS CARL BEGGS call Orange Park 2648948.
f own a Longchamp, Home? Better & UPHOLSTERY WORKS tfchg

built for Florida living. 710 Lemon St. PaUtka Gulf Service

:' 1jI or Your ours.plans Contact or ours.Bufoid Your Mitchell lot Furniture Repaired I I USED: PARTS USED VACUUM cleaners re-

: f phone 964-6853, P.O. Box Upholstered & Refinished Top Prices for Wrecked (pars conditioned $15 up. 10 different

I MOI f : 238 Starke. tfrhg MATTRESSES REBUILTNew 24 Hour Wrecker Service name Parts brands& excellent. to choose: repairs from aP

P. FOR SALE: BRICK HOUSE innersprings .-. Fuel Oil --- makes. KIRBY HALES A

$ ready for occupancy. 3 'bed and Box Springs,! I AAA S &: II Green !Stump i SERVICE 712 N. Main. Galnesville With

room 1% bath. Located just' Drop Vm A Card or Call Hwy. sal N. Waldo 376-7110. ttchgCOMER'S Each

liT outside of city timtta in Pine. PALATKA EA 0-9166 tea-was
I II LAKEVIEW
breeze. Small down payment. PurchaseTropical
Easy monthly terms. Long- MRS. PEGGY SIIALLKR LACY CONWAY BEACH &: COTTAGES .

Buifding 209 E. Adkln. St. FLYING SERVICE! Spend the day with your fam-
Jackson ,Supply I champ Const. Co., Contact Bu-
Starltfa, Agent Santa Fe Lake. Parking
ily on.
ford Mitchell Phono 984-6833, PLIGHT INSTRUCTION.. Airplane and Gold Fish
P. O. Box 238, Starke.frohg\ rental Greyhound Bus $1.00 per car. Swim picnic

30 Days Only OF STARK. / ,FLORIDA 'INC., 30 Days Only REDUCED :KIIO.M $100 TO Charter charter Keep your a bus.party Phone together free.Ph. 468-1129 Cottages Maude by the Comer week., 5' 000 To Choose

I -C."I.I: > AHIf 94-6090./ tfchr Earlton.: 12tehg 8-24 From
,'. ..'..-.11 $70 PER MO. /

i f <. IS wordst.ee NEW ONE BEDROOM Aquatic Plants, Tanks,
e THE RIGHT POINT for the

( .1:81.: pAINT rasa. word over 111 _-_.U1 FURNISHED 1 !I the way you write. Come In II Pumps Heaters and
other Supplies
Extra ckarvo If not GARDEN APTS. I and select your favorite ES- ,

In _. II I TERBROOK fountain pen.
Southern' paid advimra :Iii GUPPIES
B.L.P'f" [For: AIR CONDITION TELEGRAPH

:::::::::, MKMniii.ti.....t.. nrcooi.l Per VA/d riontt NEXT TO n.II.8' ON For
v Climates\ FOR RENT Attractively g $1.00][
AIIII OP TU.Th, 1 furnished 1 'bedroom cottage on
WASHINGTON ST.
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6O word V* tKuch ':I.A' I
N. Walnut St. Call Mrs. J. W
..t'. word aver ko -,.u" "Iatie, Black Mollies

B.L.P. PAINT IS EASY TO :APPLY- u' .. e Call -Klncald, 9647831. .. -tfchg and Sunset Variatus

MR. MASONcare No. 003 64 Acres farm, 2 bed
AND YOUR BEST BUY"ATI UNDERWATERWEED room frame home. 45 acres. Im- 4 For $1.00Butterfly
( I 1 of Ernest Tew
proved pasture. Fenced and
CUTTING :
I i JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Realty Inc. cross fenced. Many outbuildings Tetras

All Only 17600. For
Types
Gainesville Ph. 316-6 lGl No. 528 Corner lot 150' by 3 $1.00[

rw.. 1 Bulldozer & 100' 3 bedrooms CBS home
: ", I 2906 N. W. 13th: St.
.; I Drag Line'' WorkJ. Shaded 'by large, Pecan trees. BILLY ROSE
" *_ Surrounded by Azaleas. Small,,
MAKE RESERVATIONS I
\ \' Q\\) ;,;. $ .t I { 4t. RUMIi NOW for Fall Term Mama C. Gardner down payment. Total price, II Aquatic Gardens
$8,500.

I k ..n..,r,&(] ya r.,.r. IWIIrIaMdaYla Priest Center.Kindergarten Call/ 9647254.and'4layCare > PHONE 964-1720 I ONE STOP For homes, farms ranches 1 Highway 21 Heights South

? 6-8 Stchg 7-27 FOR RENT Unfurnished acreage, business, and retirement Keystone
\\i; w-iFir: ,.** y.t homes give us a call.
two BR hoiiHO outside city.Furnished bed
< *- ..-. .*& FOR RENT By week 2
.ujREADY jaUSKUSTl apartments in MASONRYMATERIALS STROUT REALTY
lI l- FOR RENT: 2 Bedroom block room air conditioned cottageon I
: Ave., Starke,
house (unfurnished.) at 624 Starke. W. H. Nollman. tf chg Crystal Lake. Call Mrs. 2117 N. Temple 964-6609.
Fla. ((904))
L K. Whitehead 961-6312. Guitar Lessons
Epperson: St. Phone 961-5219. SILVER SANDS LAKE ,

WASHABtE: .FI AT tf-chg tfchg
I
MIXED $2,700 to $3.500 Pprional Interviews between

|NT. OR E>T.. FOR WALI 'f.AllIf't.KILLS' RUST FA8TlJasonry'o..Waliboard Warren" F.. RlshnpReduce GATOR HONE: LAKE Ready Mix: Concrete, Cnn- i INSURANCEAT AT LAST! I2HD: and 3 p.m. wulrd-
ENAMEL NEEDS REDUCED RATES:
I Spectacular\ Colors $3,575 to $1,275 A HOME; OWNERS lle dlLY. Upstairs| over
crete Block Sand. Rock.
r Reg.. $L95:: _NO PRIMER safe, simple and fait' I AUTO. KIRK, BOAT Chamber of Commerce ot-
? EASY TERMS Cement Mortar Steel, POLICYFor
Rejf. 3.19 with GoBese tablets. Only 93o. Oyster DOYLE E. CONNER
to $9.03 fice.
Rep. $6.59
Now $2.69 Gal: Now"$3:30; SALE PRICE Koch's Drugstore. IQLchg 8-24 See S. E. McKay I Shell. IJmerock. Roof INSURANCE' AGENCY Mobile Homes
Gravel. Preriuit LJntelH and
W| Matching Enamel Height. ttC IfNEW'
Keystone That Qualify
n $4.39 $6.05 gal. WANTED Experienced Sec Phones 473-4818' I Window Slllt. Everything' << Jeff Bender
1It ; retary. Write "S", Drawer A, for Btwwmry (ConatrucUoaANNOUNCING CALL THE MAN
4134153RENTALS : :
Jj1-l -' Starke. giving age education, 473-4710 or I: MOBILE homes, Chick- FROM I KEYSTONE INSTRUCTOR
\ references, etc. I asha 20' & 24' wide. Buddy-
experience
Phone OuUiPHvllle 372-3381:
tfcha Close in and very nice. Adult Clemsoni Layton' Travel Trailers George E. LaRue

No pets. A. J. A New Liberty, Taylor, Aaalea, INSURANCE AGENCY
preferred.
FOR RENT 3 ,bedroom un- Tele. 964- I buy sell trade. Year bank financing. FOR SALE 1961 Chev. Im-
Realtor.' .
furnished home. Call 9645413. Thomas 5701. Uchg Ready Mix Plant ; Buckeye Trailer Mart,, Keystone HU. 473-1692 I II pala convertible. Will trade for

tfchg/ Inc. 867S Roosevelt Blvd. I 'truck or boat outfit. Give or
HtKeystone ,
MAN or couple to live in with Orange Park 2642131. tfchg FOR SALE 65 Model Honda take difference. Phone 964-
.." SINGING CANARY for sale: I
elderly person. Call 964.6834.I Heights :Motorcycle S90, like new 50O3. 2tp 7-6
LMoP.4ot. with cage, $7. Call 964-6886. Broward Akridge
3tchg 6-29 $250. L. L. Griffis Lake But
'ail4llrllr elyd 76APPRAISALS I ,
fault 2tp ,
i
L For Better Service To I : ler. Ph. 496-4386. Itp For Sale -"+ :S'/a' acres more or
HI-GLOSS; EXT. II.P. FOR SALE 1957 GMC IVa
: land
That Area. Myers Power Tools less good strawberry ,
FDR will trade.
ENAMEL ton Truck $350.00, TRADE
FOR WOOD See on
Fur Estatej Corporate and fruit trees pecans. me
PORCH FLOORS Phone 964-5003._2tp 7-6 We Will Not Be Area Headquarters For Roomy close-in lake-front
,Mildew Resistant Individual Owners. Over thirty 21. North of Keystone Heights
Tools home beautiful lot all con-
Power ,
.Reg. $7.41 ( Undersold. Lawnmowers Fruit Stand. Mrs. Dori'ty.I' .
; Reg. $7.20 eert- years experience in Real Es- SINGER DIAL-O-MATIC: MtCulloch' Chain Saw veniences; for vacant land .
tate Matters and Active Real I CONSOLE MODEL!: i SEWING 3tp 7-13
Now $4.80 Now $4.94 rump & Water System "value" trading margin.I I'
Estate Broker since 1953. A. J. MACHINE. ''Must place In
PRIMELESS Bradford Briggs &: stratton Engine $8000 Mtg. J8000. Write
FOR IMMEDIATE Occupancy
Realtor Tel. 864-3701. A-l Zig. I
Thomas, shape.
33 1.3e OFF UNCONDITIONALLY OS| Paint For Wood "It takes two The Chamber your Zags area.makes button holes Rentals Sales Service ''1\1'', Drawer A. Starke. Itp I 3 bedroom, bath and tip

GUARANTEED PAINT Or Masonry-Acrylic 230 N.E. 16th Ave. brick home in Pinebreeze.
I
of Commerce and you. Join fancy designs sews on but, FOR 'SALE or rent -<- large
.
Reg. $8.10 the Chamber Today. tchg monograms, EngineeringCo. I Gainesville 376-3411 4 Small down payment and as-
20% OFF ON MOST SUNDRY tons, appliques I tfchg :2 story rouse 14 rooms
Now $5.40 etc. ''Sold new for over $300. baths, 8500.: 514 S. EppersonSt. sume low monthly payments.
ITEMS\ TUTORS: Two certified teach- Just Oft Bessent Road. Call 376-
SACRIFICE. P.O. Box
MUST pay I Y. L. Klrchalne.
ers available this summer for $8 I HOUSE FOR SALE! Law- 4637, Gainesville or 9617163.
balance, $63, or assume 78 Hampton Fla. tfchg
4 SPRAY PAINTS '$1.35 NOW $1.01 private or small group tutorIng monthly payments. Will take:, tey. Frame house. 1800 square T. E. MaJIoy, Box 849, Starke.
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reg.
in :Math and English. Call older machine in. trade. Call feet with central heat, &: air FOR SALE large house 8 2tchg 7-13

961-6952 or 964-8452. tf-chg/ credit manager COLLECT,': Phone Starke conditioning 3 bedrooms, fam- rooms, 2 baths. \\t; city 'bloc-S!

Jacksonville 353-1946. any time., ily room living room dining In Hampton, $6,000 Y. L. Kir- ON CRYSTAL LAKE: :2 story
3 BEDROOM house unfinished.
< baths,
mile from city limit. $4,900.00Ph U-chg'7-27 I' Large garage. Call 782-3490 or Fla. tfchg ,stairs, 3 bedroom 2 tile of
===-- Keystone Ready 904-7329.: tfchg built-in kitchen, plenty
964-1I801. tfchg Mix I with bobtail cabinets & closets, screen
HANOVER SHOES Dress. LOST Dog

4 YWOODEVERYTHING YOU NEED LUMBER ROOFING THANK: YOU NOTES-Beau Service, Steel Toe. Greatest Keystone FOR SALE or lease .Large white with brown spots at porch garage central heat,

1 f WINDOWS.'NAILS HARDWARE tifully\ engraved in gold or shoe value on earths Frank P. 4734285Bobby 3 bedroom frame house Corner Paradise Lake Keystone Sunday /- 1800 sq. ft. Clear lake white.

NEW OR USED AT LOWER PRICES SEE US SOON' MARK silver\ $1.25 for box of 25. including Egan, Authorized Counselor, lot. Fenced back yard new July 2. Contact Guy Dyal sand beach near Keystone
\ GREEN 3265__. Ph. Starke. Reward. Heights. 20500.: Phone 473-
1 JACKSONINMAN \ envelopes. Bradford] Keystone Heights, roof 746 Westmoreland St. 964-5209,
tf' 4734748. 3t chg 7-20 Itchg 4694. Itp
Telegraph.
., County or phone 964-6573. tfchg
Biggs!!!! I

JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLYPhone 964-6078 FOR SALE: 1965 Flat 1100-D THE RIGHT POINT for the Vinyl Book Adjustable Vinyl Book ANTIQUES FOR SALE at

& Cherry Sts. Station Wagon side doors. way you write Come In FOR SALE Fiberglas' Boat, Adjustable Qulgley Museum.\. Open dally.
Good condition. $600. Phone and select your f.orlt.eES- Motor and Trailer. 733 S. Cher. Covers. All sizes 30 cents east Covers. AU sties 30 cents ea.

4 r ,- i Hampton 4 l-iv ia, ltpl I TEBBROOK fatiatakt. pew ty St., I'll 1-ftST.o. 3tp 120'J The Telerraph. at The Telegraph. East Madison St., Starke. tfPAGE

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Eighty-eight Years Have Passed ',,.' ,
: k again The Telegraph has received an .anonymous Dear Mr. Matthews:

'; Since The Telegraph Came To Starke (unsigned) letter containing Information which It; has not been possible for
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I t'; .:.;" ,I. If the letter hart been signed would have len pub- me to personally thank: all of
the wonderful people of the
conceived best for the l1 hl"d.
This month The Telegraph be- always as Starke community for their
gins its 88th year of continuous people it represents, and Tele- a I" <<;:.i a aa The totter wan signed, "A JockMonviUa. Flu Citizen" many courtesies and) kindnesses -

publication.It graph editors, without exception 'i tt.i with no other Identifying nnnn or .attilrew.. It .U stand- extended. to me during my

has been published continu- have looked upon the Democratic a ard newspaper practice not to publish such letters' unless stay in, this country. am

ously, under the same masthead, Party as the party of the people, ':'.'::;; the writer In. known to the publisher. Nantes will particularly grateful for the

longer than any other weekly, as opposed to the Republican 1 tXfR, ''oJ 1+,ttrsl be withheld from publication If requested.. but the student here-The program American which placedme Field

newspaper in Florida, and possibly Party, the party of special inter- '.1\' mime must be on file with the newH "uHr. Service and all who helped

longer than any daily, without a ests.On The IWHHOU' for this .lit obvious., Otherwise, any anonymous hake It possible: the Warren

merger with another paper, or June 9, 1899, the then editor writer could make all kind. of unfounded famUy, the Starko Rotary

other change that would affectits and owner, Eugene S. :Matthews, v charges' agtiliittt another person and the neUHpnper' Club and the Bradford High

lineage. fired the following broadside at a would not know who to tutu upon to buck the. charges School.

It. has been owned and operatedby contemporary publisher who dared up: My visit here has been truly

one family father and son intimate that the Republican Kwnerobrr. : "'e're always. glad to print your letters marvelous. I shall never for

for 74 of: its 88 years undoubtedly Party was the real friend of the IF YOU SIGN TIIE '. penances get this year with of many pleasant very nice ex-

a record in Florida, and masses: "In concluding an edi- persons. My only regret Is

perhaps close to one in the na torial, the Lake Butler Bulletin 'IIJ that I did not get to sea more
tion. says in 1896 the opposition to the H'13 GROWERS ALREADY Thomas P. Poston the Duval County Federationof of this great country.

If 1879 fails to ring a bell in Democratic Party (meaning the Social Workers, and is national I hope you will permit me to(

your memory, it might help to Republican Party) was the real SIGH WITH Si aAWBERR'( Receives Award Big Brothers committeeman of America on the thank everyone I did r.ot get

remind you that Rutherford B. friend of the masses. In this posi- For ServicesThomas board. to see personally through, your

19th tion The Bulletin occupies a field co '.'o newspaper.
Hayes was serving as the $-" Last week the Jacksonville
P. Poston. son-in- Aldo R. Zelaya,
President of the United States, that is all its own. No other Southern Westslde Klwarus Club pre-
law of Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Antequera 1254
and Governor Franklin Drew was paper claiming to be Demo- Kirkland Jr. of Starke, has sented Mr. Poston with the Encarnacion, Paraguay.3. A.

the twelfth Governor of Florida cratic is so lost to a sense of decency been selected for Inclusion In first annual Public Service

when The Telegraph was labor- as to applaud the party that mfmmm the 1967 edition of "Outstanding Award.IN .

iously born in a little frame"shack" made the hell of reconstruction a Na7a..4t Young Men of America" COUNTY IS/ Thiron. JUDOS A,< Yawn, Brad.

and has outragedthe Mr. Poston's biographical ford County, Florida.
near the railroad, just possible, latterly COUNTY JUDOK (COURT
Information, will with, /HOoorce H. Fierce
communities mttfmwmIn : appear IN AND FOR HHADFOnD
north of Call Street. 1879 was also feelings of Southern Attorney
others selected by the National COUNTY PIXJHIDA.
the ,year that Thomas A. Edison by the appointment of mem- Board of Editors. In r..: Estate of e22t 7/13 -

invented the electric light, but it bers of a low and vicious elementof Presently Mr. Poston la Al-fCnl nolilNHON:H.- "STARLING INVITATION TO BID

would still ,be many years before our populace to positions that serving as executive directorof a/k/a ALdCQ. H. BTARI.YNG.d..c..pd. PURCHASING BYSTATE

the blessings of electricity came have brought them into every day Big Brothers and Boy' VOUCH'] OP rnoiitiuTO COMMISSION

in use here to help those early contact with the best element of Club of Duval County. He has ALL: IN PKHSDMHINTKRIOSTI'D THH' !STATE3] Competitive TALJ.AHAHSEH Sealed, FLORIDA Hide will'be

printers with their painstakingjob our citizenry." served as executive director; of OF SAID. DUCEIJENT( : received by the Stare Purchasing -
the North Florida Association: You are hereby notlflml thata Commission, until 10'00(
of setting each letter iu the On April 13, 1888 the paper sa..d'3., .+. 1'JS uirt \.. t1.. for Retarded Children and written instrument purporting! A.M., 1i':.tiT., on date Mhown for
hand. changed its name from Starke to be the last will and tentamrnt the MLle of surplus property
paper by Unity There Is Strength".r taught children confined to> of said decedent has. been July 14. 1067 Pine Gum
Even under such primitive con- Telegraph to Bradford County the Duval County Juvenile Admitted. to prt>bnte In thin court Did Blanks, condition and

ditions, that first issue of The Telegraph with the comment: Court Facility You within. are.1,. calendar hereby. month commanded from' pacification from the State mny be PurchanlngrOommlmlon obtained'

Telegraph in July of 1879 did not "Our intention is simply to makea He Is a member of the FlorIda the date of the tint publication. Km lit, William
DIARY of this notice to appear In thle D. Blmtham Building, Tallahassee -
go unnoted and unsung. county paper one that will FARMER'SWith Federation of Social court and show cause If any ., Florida
Workers the National AssocIation you can why the action of this Al J. DayExecutive
The July 29, 1879 issue of "The benefit each and all parts of the for Retarded Children court In admitting, said. will to Director
Tallahassee Floridian," a contemp- county alike; while we have no the Fourth of July change !It, he is wrong, as per- probate revoked should not stand un- 8/29 2t 7/6

orary paper, now long since deceased intention of slighting Starke in past us, now. summer Is here sonally we think Bermuda
the least but on the contrary ex- in earnest, the sun is high in grass is a first class pain in
,
carried the following
com- and the the back especially when it
the heavens at noon tg
,
to to build it '
pect help up by
ment: Bear Will Get You if you gets in a bed of strawberry y
TilE FLORIDA TELEGRAPHThe building up the county don't watch out. However runner plants. o 7IM
One of its later editors e w
commented there are showers almopt every
above is the name of a
that The Telegraph's con- day to cool things off, and the M But we do say that It is a t 4t1f1yz
published at Starke Florida
paper sistent and unbroken support of drought which had everything far cry from saying. We will

and edited by W. VV.. Moore, the Democratic Party is no mere dried up to a frizzle is just a not have any more weeds, and
the first number of which is be- doing It. When weeding our
concession tradition but is basedon memory.
fore us. As to typography, it is a to berry runner patch we usedto

marvel of neatness while as to its a deep rooted conviction that As this is being written, a pull out the Bermuda grassroots

editorial management the fact the great liberal principles of the big old bunny rabbit is grazing By Sam McGarveyIn and all, and cart it out

l that Col. Moore who is old party are those that best serve peacefully out in the yard. to the middle of the hard road _
,' an the interests of the farmers and With his big ears twistingand this area crotalaila is a and dump it. "Now let's see -
and experienced newspaper writer, good example. It was started In
you grow now. we'd say '
radar -
turning like a system 0.e
small business men "who read our A 1 Ain ApAm nu sun' annnuuu'al" ;
is its editor, is sufficient to war- he's browsing away at here and now farmers are dlsguest. Of course it didn't Ig N ?

rant an able management.- paper. tender young plants and grass going cruy'trytna' to get rid grow out'on-nte:highway; but
All in all The liberal of It. next time we got around to tt// /
} In his salutatory, the editor Telegraph's eating his breakfast but readyto .
live-and-let-live policy was bound off at the slightest the runner bed, you know
"With the of rV
i says, experience the We'll not that Nature
argue what we found sprouting all
that
to cat
never more clearly stated than in alarm. If we had
past and the outlook of the future has a balance of things, and over It. A e
with
the issue of May 11 1894 when way we'd wind up more
,
and that when tries to
entering, as we trust, indigestion than nourishment. man
permanently or for a long time, its editor wrote: e I .
,
into newspaper life, we deem it "Two years ago the people and Near the rabbit Is a towhee SENIOR j '

our duty to espouse the cause of the papers cried 'retrenchment.: a member of the finch family, __ .. ---;- '_ ,

the National Democratic Party We got a little bit of it and, judge who are kin to the !sparrows, CITIZENS -
ing from the contortions made in and sometimes called; a che- Let's GoGardening In
and the prospective nominationsof wink. The bird. which ecratch- Summertime is l Ideal for The Days of Picket FencesAn

that pary as more conducive to swallowing it, it was a very unsavory er around in the grass like a Senior/ Citizens as it providesthe

the interests of all sections ot the variety. The Telegraphnow chicken, is familiar "to" us as opportunity. to picnic at era of gracious. and. leisurely living I Is retailed In this. old picture postcard

country than any other course. believes in a liberal adminis- there Is a family of them the wonderful lakes, streams scene entitled "Along Cherry !Street! In HturkA Fin." It I I..* tho large and luxurious

"We shall endeavor, however, so tration of the state government.We here. and park where there are am- (for limits days' ) home built originally In the 18 which
conveniences helpus Editor
C ple Itervey Snarpe,
By
to conduct The Telegraph as to can trust to the giver of all of to enjoy a few hours of Florida Agricultural Extension from Pennsylvania. It wan one of several bulltvby a group from 'enn"tvanla (Including -
front
right smack in
And
allay, rather than foster, bitter good gifts and the Indian War in a runneroaktree sunshine. Service) the Truby. and the ,Sbrnhurgv) which are still standing on N. (Cherry St.
claims to pull us through." us young the the The house pictured here wow. later the home for of the
I political strife, and practice that is a mockingbird on a During summer ninny years late Col. W. T.

tolerance towards political oppon- Does history repeat? Apparently nest. The "mocker" is the boss second Tuesday Is reserved for Gardenias are like jokes Weeks family and the W. I. Wall family It Is. now owned by F. M.\ (Buckshot)

ents which we regard as one of it does. around our place and spends our monthly business meetingat both tend to get smutty. \Vlllltum and !Is occupied by Clerk of the Court $Charles Darby and family.

the essentials of the conservatism, For proof, we have only to look most of his time running off pant the experience recreation we center.find From it la Even if you oppose cleaningup

which is the synonym of true De- at the "contortions" now being other birds, except the flickers better not to dIsband' for sum- Jokes, remember smutty Rather than let ithe sun bleach ...r wea !'ersast.vssdane.r
which are bigger and no no laughing mat- \ s e.en y-
gardenias are the ra
soil into a sand dune plant es u
mocracy. made in Tallahassee and throughout mer reset', as most other clubs
battlers themselves. L 1
mean the plot to a cover e"' _
Cecil Mann, writing in the Nov. the state as the result of a and organizations do. ter.Like telling a Joke you've legume cover will crop.A Increasethe tr tsA antra+ r... ,1 r.owlet
Republican Governor who seeks to A large colorful butterfly Even though a few of our build to the punch .
12, 1954 75th Anniversary issue members do on visitsor got to up nitrogen supply In the soil. r.rwli
retrench off millions drifts by flutters to a halt on go away line. So, before the smut let's t
of The Telegraph said: "If thereis by cutting vacations, in 'the main mostof Crotalarla or cowpeas are two .s+.At atM
one editorial theme that stands from the departments of agricul- a lantana plant and fitter investigating us stay at home and because talk about whlteflles. excellent summer green-

out head and shoulders above all ture and education and other vital goes off helter- those of us who do still need Whiteflies, if they reproduce manure crops which will check
skelter in search of whatever according to, schedule will soon weed growth and give the
services. friends, and companionship, so
the rest in The Telegraph's three
butterflies look for. become a problem on gardenias garden a neat appearance. The
quarters of a century of publication Starting upon our 88th year of vides the Senior Just Citizens that, Club primarily pro- llguatrums 'and other orna- crotalaria will produce a yel .

it is the paper's consistent, publication, we are still convincedthat Altogether, it Is a peaceful: the other benefits. mentals. One way of checking low canopy of blossoms this h '

vigorous, and unbroken supportof the Democratic Party, year scene, remote from this trou- among At our last meeting we had for an Infestation buildup. Is fall.If

the Democratic Party national in and out, is still the one with bles of the world In Vietnamor four visitors brought 'by Mrs. to shake a limb of a suspected you plant cowpeas be
the Near East not to men- plant. If a cloud of whiteflies
sure to choose a nematode-re-
r i iit
state, and local. This, it has which to cast our lot. tion the hassels going on in Margaret Mr. Laui hard Jackson., vice They presidentof were rises from the leaves the slstant variety such as Iron or

Tallahassee. And it Is relaxingto answer is obvious.
the Senior Citizens Club of r
study it. and to enjoy the For whitefly control Ento- Brabham.Summer Chore. :
I :1 Flag Desecration Now Federal OffenseHaving beauty of it. Newton Kan, accompanied by mologist James Brogdon with Two chores which cannot be
his wife. Also Mrs. Lola Johnson -
the Agricultural Extension
avoided
'hot weatherare
Baker. We during I
just passed another in New York last April brought But we understand from and their Mrs. and en-we Service, says use a malathion mowing the lawn. and 9r'v t y }
company
Joyed
Fourth of July we are more than strong congressional pressure for Secretary of Agriculture Or- hope to see them all again at spray. 'Mix 2 teaspoon of 07 shearing the hedge. Both jobs 1Ia""" .uv.___ _. .. --
villa Freeman that big changesare percent emulsifiable malathion have to be tackled when the ----
ever gratified by the action of the federal legislation.The our picnics or meetings during

Congress, in passing by a vote of bill was strongly supported that on in the generations way. He to predicts come their stay In Florida. per Sooty gallon mold of water on leaves of plant growth demands It. Centennial Scenes I

385 to 16 a measure making it a by Congressman Don Fuqua who there will be no files and mos Happy birthdays for the ornamentals' associated with Lawn grass allowed to grow
too tall Is to to seedAlso
federal offense to desecrate the said: "It is hard to reconcile the quitoes and that all obnoxious month of June were Mrs Mary whlteflles.. The unsightly black likely go will
Bishop, Ed Oahmer Rhoda delayed cutting leavea
American flag. scene of an American serviceman's weeds will be wiped out. Dampier, and Pete and JUily smut Is a fungus that thriveson harmful layer of clippingsthat
.
The measure provides a maximum coffin being returned to the Unit- Johnson. excretions from Immature* may shade the remaining

penalty of $1,000 fine and ed States for interment, covered The forecast is a delightful Harry Rosenshine contacted whlteflies aphids, mealybugs leaves.

one year in prison for violations, with the flag of his country, while one: can you imagine a garden Mr.. and Mrs.( W. F. Herlong and soft scales. Controlling the the Sheared hedges which are r t.t .
field in which Insects usually prevents
and is intended to protect not another group is spitting upon or a crop weeds'- and and found them both feeling black mold. allowed to ,become shaggy before -
there were no
only the flag but all and burning that emblem." Hope- better and Interested, In the being clipped must be
representations that :you could walk out in The ladles' longstandingcure
of attending our Therefore
of it, such as in paintings or fully, the new bill will prevent incidents without being attacked by a possibility next picnic.A for sooty mold Is a frequent pruned large stems extensively are cut and bare 1

on postage stamps. All 50 states of this kind and will instill hungry yellow fly or by' a letter from the Bradford dash of soapy dish water- areas show on the hedge sur t
already have laws directed semblence of for the swarm of ravenous skaters' iMen prefer to use an oil .
at flag a respect Economic Agency, Inc. this Caution: Don't face. The best answer to trim- r
emulsion : ,
desecration, but the burning of a flag, even among the beatniks who we'd the week told us of ,that organization oil spray. to tender ming hedges and mowing f / i
offhand apply sprays
flag at an anti-war demonstration profess to scorn it. Secretary Right is Indulging in say a bit functioning under J. M. plants If the temperature is lawns during the summer is to
tackle the Job often and trim
(Buck) Norman president.
of wishful thinking. Remem- above 85: degrees.)
Senior Citizens will be glad to a little at a time.
ber when DDT came along Keep an eye peeled for Georgia -
and it was thought that files serve In that. organization as thumpers (grasshopper),

The Bradford County Telegraph were doomed? But the Insects best we can. katydids and field crickets.
14f
survived. and those that got Our next picnic will ,be held These pests are leaf chewers. HAMMONDORGAN

1 ESTABLISHED 1879 through built up a toleranceto on July 11 'at Joe and Beth's Some of these are night eater.
the insecticide: and right place on Lake Geneva. We will They hide In the ground mulch STUDIOFactory
Moral E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher now the little rascals If they meet at Keystone Beach at 11 by day and rasp away on theornamentals '
from It's a far from the mini-skirts the girl. are> wearing
a.m. and proceed as usual night. cry
O y Florida' Oldest Weekly Nawspaper. PubUshe4 ContUoumly don't laugh at DDT. they pay by Authorized
Hel 0 Under The Same Mast Bead. it no nevermind.e there. So long Just now, until Chlordane will kill the hoppers niwnmond organ nowadays, but these fashions (top photo) were popular'' herd,
q we meet again. along with several kinds. during StO'rl<.',. Centennial Celebration ten yearn ago. The

lOt And it's the same story on -Joe Kerrigan, Reporter of beetles. Spray the groundas Sales A Service- charming modrlt are (from lefts f ). Gladys Edwards Mary
Published each Thursday anal entered as Second CUs Hatter srt the Post Off!.. '
weeds. Farmers" have been well as the plant for com- Learn .. play the easy way Lawson, and line Paulk. Not to be outdon., the men's
at Starke, Florida under Act of March 3rd. 187*.
pulling them up burning the plete controL 110 N. W. KHh AaSnoppin donned derby. and grew mustache and beards an shownIn

Bubflcrlptioos In trad areai 1 year, $...M; d months. $280 them off chopping them out. THE RIGHT write.POINT Come for in Summer is lay-by time for G.kteavtue CsatcC bottom ptx. How many of this> dashing flvesooM da you
with way you
and lately spraying many gardeners. That Is, let
Outside trade areas 1 year ....Mu..., UM chemicals and yet the weeds and select your favorite E3- part of the garden area rest. recogntzeTBRADFORD J

., nourish spite of all effort TERBROOK; fountain eDo




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TIimSPAY. JULY 6. 19B7
nrt""PURD "'tTNTY' TIr.LPfJRAPR.: HTARRR:, ITOKTOA
EIOIIT


YYYYYYYYYYYYYT on July 10-July 16. each even- and the Bayless Highway FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

ttcg' at 8 p. m. ReV osvw Ma- :Baptist church a1on With STARKE

BROOKER derlos of the Bayless Highway members (of the New River School,
Sunday Sunday
Baptist Church wfll be tile Church. Rev. L. L. Parker,
9:49: a. m. Morning Worship,
speaker. Special music will be pastor extends to :you a cordial
11 "Religious
JoyceStoke a. m. sermon
By *
: presented each evening invitation.On "
*
doubt Its cause and cure.
.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA among those participating in July 18 the New River
Rev. Jim Temple guest speaker.
this will be the Choirs from Baptist Church will have their
Training Union 6:15: p. m.
REVIVAL the Waldo Baptist Church annual Homecoming. Dinner
,
7:30 ser
Evening Worship. :
The New River BaptistChurch thii Brooker Baptist Church. will be served on the gtounds "
:Rev.
dead
revivallEVI' mon, "Love Is not ; ,
their
will
begin I after services and everyone Is Jim Temple.

tn/vlted./ Meet
Trustees
Cindy and Kathy Overturfof Monday ... -
ing 5 p. m. R. A. Meeting- 7 -

i a lew Jacksonville days with are their spending grandparents p.Tuesday m. Deacons- Meeting Helen Master's 7pm MADISON STREET RATFOKD BAPTIST NORTHSIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG RIDE BAPTIST

AL iI Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Circle, 9:30: a m. Ida Darby BAPTIST cinmcii CHURCH i CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH

Parker. Circlet home of Mrs. W. F.Olemi Schedule of services: Sun Sunday School, 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.Morning .
TTSN, stationed with us
.Charles Kelly 'Come 'and worship Schedule -services: Sunday
2:30: p. m. Lorena Ep day School. 9:45: .. m. MornIng Morning Worship. 11 .. m- I Worship 11 a. m.;
In Pensacola is spending- Mrs. Sunday July 3. The church School 10 a.m. Worahip, 11
of A.
m. .Leland
person Circle home Worship 10:45: a. and 7 p. rn.-Rey.
I few days with his mother Is 'completely air conditioned a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Training Evening Worship 8 p. m.
Ethel
L. U. Morgan ST.. 2:30.: Training Union. 6:45: p. m Baker, pastor. Wednesday
Doris Kelly. comfort. Nursery 6:30 Rev. Jack Prayer Meeting,
Mrs. Brownlee for your Union : p-m. -
I Mr. and Mrs] M. I. Ogden, Biggs Circle and dish open for all services Stolte pastor. Evening Service 7:43Mid: Thursday Visitation 10 8 p. m. Sing eachFriday/ at 8
RIVER I Circle meet for covered Week Service Wednesday
NEW : Prayer
of Pompano Beach, Is visiting supper and book study at Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. 7:46: mSMYRNA &. m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Rev. H&rvey Lane, ')all-
p.
Mr and Mrs J. H. Sowell. i, home of Mrs. Morning Worship, 11 m- CHURCH OF COD tor.

BAPTIST CHURCH : Mr. and Mrs Reed Lewis!I Leila Klngsley Munday Lake 6 p. m. Lottie Training Union, 6:15.: Eve- 422 N. St. Clair St., Stark MISSIONARY NEW RIVER BAPTIST I

and family Of Wiggins! Miss.I Moon Circle 7:30.: Worship. 7:30.Wednesday: sunday School, 10 a. m. Sunday School, 10 .. en. BROOKER BAPTIST
I are spending a few days with,I fcrunday' Prayer and Worship Services. 11 am.. BAPTIST CHURCH Worship 11 Sunday School 10 a. m.MOI'nlng .
Wednesday Morning a. m.
and Mrs. C. 1.. Atkinson. : Praise Service 7:30: p. m. 633 W. Pratt St. Sundaffnervices Worship 11 a. ra.
Mr. Teachers and 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wedneadary -
and Union,
7 Evening
MONDAY School Workers Training p. m.
STARTING Y, JULY 10 Robin Stokes of Lake HamIlton *; Prayer Church Choir practice, 8::30. 7:30: p. m. ..Pray .JIeetIng : Sunday School 10 Training Union 8:30: p.m..
Worship 8
I Meeting, 6:30: p. m. p. m.
.. 11 a. m.
Preaching.
Is spending a few days,I Meeting 7:30.Thursday: :FrIday 7:30: ( ,p. m.-Rev. m. Wednesday night service, E v.e n 1 n g Worship 7130Player

THRU SUNDAY, JULY 16 with :Mr. and Mrs. Leroy I Visitation 10a. BAYLESS HIGHWAY L. S. Williams, ..pastor.KINOSLEY Training Union. 6:11: p m. 7:30: p. m. Everyone' welcome.L. Meeting, Wednesday.
Stokes. BAPTIST CHURCH Evening Worship. 7 p. m. 7:30.: Vernon N. Williamson,
and 7 m. L.
m' p. Parker pastor.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey stokes: : LAKE Everyone welcome .- Elder : pastor. '
SERVICES BECJl'N' i and family Mr. and Mrs. BAPTIST Sunday School' -10 a. m.; T. C. Williams, pastor.
CALVARY foornlng service 11 BAPTIST CJJ11RCa CHURCH OP CHRIST
Worship
Harvey Phlpps of Jacfcsonvulo I1EILBRONN BAPTIST

AT 8:00: P.M. : and Mrs. James Kid we 11 of Sunday School, 10 '.. 'm a. m.f Training Union 630p. Sunday School. 9:45: .. m. FIRST PREJSBYTERIAlf Sunday: Bible Study 10a. Sunday School 9:43: a. m.

I II Boston. Mass were visiting Morning Worship 11 '.. "m m.; Evening Worship 7:30p. Morning Worahip, 11 ,a. m. m.; Morning Worship and Morning Worship '11 a. m.

I Mrs. Alberta Stokes and Training Union 0:30: ''p. 'to M. 1 1'Prayer Training ..Union 61,IS p. ,BL Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Communion Service It a" ra. Training Union, 6:30: p'm..

REV. DAVID MA'DEIROS' : : daughter last weekend.'r9yyyyyyyyyyyyyy Evening Service '7:30. Prayer m. O.'Meeting.'A. Meeting Wed., .Wed.7:30: Evening "Worship, 7:30: ,p. m. MorningWorship Youth Fellowship, 11 6 a.p. m.m. Evening services 8:30.: I Evening Service '7:30.: (MJd-

Meeting Wednesday. .7:30: p. ; Midweek Prayer Service.! Wednesday Worship service .week Praiyer Service, 7:0t:
Rehearsal, Choir Practice
7:30 'm. Choir Wednesday
: RH.. Butler : p. ;
m.-nev.
'EVANGELIST pastor.p. Wed., 7:30: p. m.; Brotherhood Wednesday 7:30: p. m. RIW'j'> pjn. 7 p. m. Minister Jack P. p. m. Wednesday.' Trogr.

THERESSAByLJnda meeting last Monday Jim 'Rigdon. pastor. Come Rev. Robert D. Suroh. I Bell. i Johnson pastor.

BETHEL BAPTISTS In 'each month. R6v. David us worship together.

HO'MECOl.INGSUNDAY \. I PLAN REVIVAL I Medelros 'pastor. I
.. ,Omwf rd _
.. ... Revival services will be held I HOPE 'BAPTIST CHURCH

A A A A June 19-25 at Bethel Baptist

JULY 16 IIOl'B' BAPTIST CHURCH Church with Rev. H, L. Frost [Illfhway 100 at Thorena)

Recreation Is held each Fri as evangelist. Services will Sunday'' School 10 .. m. An investment Your Future

at start each night at 8 'clock Worship. U a. m.
day night tho community Morning -
With Dinner On The Grounds
house starting at 7:30: p.m. with special singing features.' Training Union-6:30: p. m

I and Everyone participate.:Is invited to come L. Newman pastor. I'I'W. 'Evening Worship 1-: A" E mlJ e CD 0 m g ffl


Everyone WecomeL. Sunday .School 10 a.m.; p.m. ._.._.........
Services Sundae*
I itice afterward. Sunday -
!Morning\ Worship, 11 a.m.;
Training Union 6:30: PERSONALS School, 10 a. m. Morning
P PASTOR : p.m.;
L. PARKER I, Evening- Worship 7:45: p.m.; Mr. and ''Mrs. Fred Dodd's Worship 11 a. m. C. A Youth

New River Baptist Church Wednesday night Prayer Service cousin. Harry Wallls Is spending Group, 6 f. m. Evening Worship -- (

I I II|: 7:30 p.m. with choir prao- a few days with them this 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting _
I
.. . week. 7:30: p. m. Thursday. t.tt.1

I Prlscina Dodd. daughter of Leroy Llghtsey, pastor

.. Mr. and Mrs. Fred T>odd, returned .
=:- Chlldrena\ DEDAN BAPTIST [Breaker] :::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::;::::;::::::::: :::;:::::;::::::::;';' :'::.:
from the
0 F P RAVER

Bible Mission Camp in Pope Sunday School 10 a. m. .-\

I JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORYAPPLIANCES City, Saturday.Mr. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. I.
and Mrs. Bill Phillips, Training Union 7 p. m Evening Give. ear to my word*, O lord, conmeditation. -

returned from their.honeymoon Service 8 p. m.-Rev. :::::;::::::::iiiii:::!:::;:;:::;:;::' Sldet "''II Htarken unto
'Sat .. ....
In the Smoky Mountains Lacy Conway pastor.. : ::::::::::::::::;:::::;:' .
MOBILE' HOMES-USED I PHOTOGRAPHERBARN'ETT'S. : urday afternoon. I :::.::.::::.:::.::.:;::.:::.::.:::.:::.:::.:::.;:::.:::.':: .ne 0011:11 0 t my'' c,,,. my' King, andmy

-- BAPTIST Gedi foe unto/ thee will'I pay.-
Rev. :Merle Fackham, Bobby NORTHSIDE !jijitiiiii; jiijj jf !
Appliances Color TV Dyal, and George McLaughlin I fwtal.5.I.II
Stereo :Magnavox attended a Bible Conference at Located on Bajneea .lIIs!)- W1ij1li/!
J. & J. Swap Shop ISR 225]at Raiford: Roa
Zenith .- Motorola Trinity Baptist Church, in way
General Electric ComnWclal\ and portrait Jacksonville Thursday night. [SB 161. Services: undy: I ..ijijjiiij1f...;.;. God l hears and answers prayers,trat

"You Get A Good Deal At- USED TRAILERS Photography Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Crawford School, 10 a. m. Sundaj 1:1ijj:1t:: : not everyone knows how to pray.
.
Frames &: Custom Framing 'Morning Worship 11
a, m
Campers from 8' 20' and family, were in Gainesville Training Union 6:30: p, m :m11W Even the Lord's disciples aaked that
195ft Bkindlng. Blvd. Friday night.
F. O. MfUEKJaclcMonvilto 'Co Mobile Homes 32' 55' Jacksonville 384-1461 Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Leach week Evening Prayer> Servlco Service,' 'l:3,: WednH-(). Mid .f.. he teach them how to pray. ...

---. .,-- ---,..-.. Trades Bank Financing visited Mr. and Mrs. Q. L. day 7:30.: -Rev. Qlena Law- iiji'Attitude of the Individual is impor

Ilgwy. 21, Orange Park PIANOS ,, Crawford Mr. and Monday.Mrs. Stanley Gt ssy hon pastor. 1f tunt in prayer. Prayer is the opportunity \..

Auto Sales & Service 'Tel. 264-6324 \ and children, of Miami, Mr.. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST .1i:'. that we have to tell God of
and Mrs. Don Northcut and
ii and thanks. It is
LANDROVER For AlUHlcal Advice sons Mr. and Mr Rupert G. Sunday School lo a. m oar blesvingA give

MOTORCYCLESHONDA C. CARTER NICE Zelgler of G lnenvlU Jensa. Morning Worship. 11 .. nj .ji..:. an opportunity to petition for help,
of Starko :Mr. and Mrs. Pre-Servlccs [IBooster Bant. \
Lee ;
=1j;: but above all, our hearts should be ,
The-World'* Finest In Billy Dampler and Mrs. Rhoda Young People, and Prapo

4 Wheel Drives' O'" Dampler, were Sunday dinner Service], p. m. Evenln 1H...: willing that God's will be done.
Sold and Serviced by 'J' I OEI { guesta of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Worship 7 p. m. MldwoaJervloe "
Lt
Roberta* Chevrolet din..t.., 'C .J( Grlffla and familyMr Wednesday, 7:30: p ft.:. Prayer should be offered individually .
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Green'! Cove Spring'*. 8033 IMOTOKCYLJLKH| : and Mrs. Fred Tuson m.--R ,. D..l. Ranuey, pas I i:1:::ti: and in groups.
Jacksonville 204-0600 established 1948Chlckering and son of Lowell, Mass were tor.

ALL :MODELS &: visiting
Other1 Name Brands Saturday afternoon.Mr. BETIIEL BAPTIST CITURCP jj::::; ATTEND CHURCH

JEEP Merchants Green Stamps PIANOS CONN ORGANS and Mrs. Stanley Glesny Sunday School, 10 a. m AND

Vehicles 2651 Park Jarlmonville 3H8-8S19 I and children, oC Miami are Morning Worship 11 a. m PRAY WH OTHERS

Jeep \Vagoneer Station 'Open 8' AM.: 7'P.M.. visiting Mm. Gleaay'a aunts, Evening Worship 7:30: p. m
Mrs. Ruth Crltfls and :Mrs.
Wagons Prayer Meeting 7:30: m
Tues., W d., Thurs., FrL Rhoda Dampler./ p.
Universal ,
Jeep PICTURE FRAMES Wednesday. Rer. W. I >,

.i Jeep Gladiator Trucks Open Salt. 8 A.M. 6 PM. Newnums: pastor.
.i Authorlwd"" Service ..
.i Approved Part.* PHOCI.AMATIOV. AIRPARK BAPTIST .000nII1I W........ ..!Ills..,.,.....................fiNk.... ,..T/fl/ D.

.I 4 .Wheel Drive :2 Wheel Close Sunday & Monday I. Carl Hurst May, 81.Mayor t961 of the .._.."Ills.....,.,_MnpMdMMIm ironist. is silt>i.HWiri.- Is

Drive SPILLERS'GALLERY City of Starke Florida by virtu Sunday Services: Sunday .... ........ III 1M .bos si M, s* fiMmimsl tt isclfty M way eI! lilt wiH loot r:;

EDDIE BLAND MOTORS &; CYCLES *my of by the law authority do hereby v..st calla dIn School, 9:43: a. m. Morning s..wnn..) .lk...fcniiim Okies M s>M M.M .s1 isntaWr.snlik... Ttvitoit" ,KMfnM :.:

8p'ClaEI8\ <'tlon to> be held at Worship. 11 a. m. Training .Mlttk SDM si tin. SM il wU MstMt "IN !0 hrdI '. I.**"'. tI <'>. wtllwtIklssli :;!

MOTORS, Inc. '4949 Blondlng Blvd. Picture FramingOH the Fire Mtatlon. In the afuresald Union 0:30: p m. Evening ) III ..... oM WI fanI". ..,... ...... ........ ..... tIIooW ."..014 ... ,.,. ;

655 W. ADAMSJACKSONVILLE Jacksonville 771-834* voters (City Elector, by*) th on :TupHriuy qualified, : Servloe 7:30.: Wednesday k.Ikt. Owns SKHM k kit .IM. (Mil...stwl-'. IHi,tnlli tut Mmy; !1M ,('"Ql t'\'\>
351-1731 Painting. Graphic Arts I July 18. 1367. A.. D. tor the 7:30 IMSHk.... IIiIf..,l01I,...Ie ... e..... "w. m ..
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___ __ _.___ purpose! Prayer Meeting : p. m CoI._......... ",
Unframed Pictures : APPOINTING of the City Rev. Leroy Olive Pastor.
Parrish Motors I Clerk J! and the Chief! of Pollue
'MUSIC 1043 Fmk St. In Five Points by the City Council of the FIRST METHODIST
City of Htarke.ELJSCTION .
!: > : of the City ClerK (CHURCH STAKKE
SALKSKKKVICC Jax:: 333-8.W1 .
and Chlof of Polio by the
Sunday 9:45: a.m. Church
voters of the City of atarke, 01'1 I IStarke
I or: School for all ages; 11 ...m.i This Feature Published in the Interest of Better
a
(PARTS Paulus Music Co. InMpoctt'fS: for1 ..hi election: i Morning Worship Nursery Community by the Following *
SEWING CENTER lit... KrtwHtlne DenmarkMrs.
Myrtlne Dennis provided; 41:30: p.m. Snack sup Civic-Minded Business Firms
32"Years Aa A Dealer 'Band & String.'..Instruments Albert Foster. ,per for MYF; 7 p.m. MYF
Always Good Used Cars .-'" -- .. '. --. Mrs. ... K. Hardy ;meetings; 8 p.m. evening Worship

02'J Laura St. Jacksonville: "Gibson Guitars &: Amplifiers H. & N. Mrs.Mrs. ,I'eicry Itanturet Shuller WlllUrarJo Nuwery provided. fAULKNER: BUSH'S STARKE BUILDERS

Phone 354-5634: : VallnsklMrs. 1 (Monday -- 11:00: a.m.. Circle .
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School instruction SINCLAIR SERVICE GULF SERVICE
n n n Suppllcs- SEWING CENTER K John Simpson"
SUPPLIES Inc.
BEAUTY ACADEMY: Mrs. Kthel Raymond i program and ''covered dish .
Roberts Recorders 1967 Singer Mrs. Klla. Mae UhasteenMrs. luncheon; 7 p.m.. Commission U-HAUL RENTALS Tune-ups Drake Repair

American Music Llbrari-Expert In .testimony. R. O. anby whereof I hereunto ,on Education Meets; 8 p.m., Truck Trailer Wheel Balancing Featuring AeeComplete na..t_..
Auto Zig Zag subscribe my name and Official Board meets. Faint Supplies.
Hairstyling cause the Meal of said City to Lubrication Most Complete Line of Bait and Sporting O _Repair Department be hereunto affixed this Met. Tuesday-10 a.m.. Circl..4meets < Complete
Academy Like New day of May .\. D. 1917. ; 10 a.m, Circle 5 meets Minor Tnne-upa and Tackle in Bradford WITH :US: OJT'"
:XI W. StONROBJACKSONVILLE 41 W. Monroe St. (SEAL) at the home of T. T. Mrs.
r CARL HURST. Mayor Long. 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5399 263 N. Temple Ph. 964-7361 219 Wa.hJngtoa St. 64Z7.
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3JI5-0591: JackxonvUle 855-84(7 Coiuolo Model makes fancy designs ATTKST:
MEHtULt EDWAHD3 Wednesday 10 a m. Circle

3310 Beach Blvd. stitches monograms City Clurk 8/16 4t 7/4 1 meets?10 ..m.'C1nle'3 meet* Edwards Lawson
DOYLE CONNER Grocery & Meat Market
RiversideHairstyling overcasts, sews on buttons In the ""Church" 'library? 7:30pjn. : ,

Jacksonville 898-3091 make button holes &: blind ., Bible Study and Prayer Insurance Agency Mkt. AND COLD ,STORAGE:

stitches. No attachments la flic ClrrvK: Ooart O( Meeting. We flpnclullca: In Cmtora SlmogfctIng **-
Academy Umdfoxl Commtr Florida.JorCB Thursday 7:30: p.m.. Chan
I Demonstrators |64 or $6 per S-A-V-E Cutting A
Groceries M at Wrapping
LYNN I.e-wIs, Plain -- --Feed*
Z6S0 PARK ST. cel Choir Rehearsal. ,
mo. Call Jax 7711850K. : tit,. YS WILLIAM JOHN | With Your Mutual Agent Prepared For Deep Frs MI1IONE
Ga. & Oil
JACKSONVILLE 388-8337 OPTICIAN LKWI.: *. n..fvniliuit.NOTICH Vacation Church School will
Accredited &CX. Sewing Ctr. '; OV BUTT be held July 10-14 from 6:3Opjn. : 222 N.Temple Ph. 964-7369 9647039DeWITTC.
To: Winliim John Lewl. Ph. 964-5312 Starke Fla.'
4
Qualified Instructors r c/o Mrs. Victor ttoytOuys 9OO p.iri. for ages
Modern Styling: ... Mills. Pennsylvania.Tou years Jr; High. There will
(Monthly. Clasee are hereby notified that aUo be a apeclal class.for Sr. I ,Starke "66" Service JONES
action fur divorce has been
"\\11_ tomorrow's stylists WESTERN STORE an.filed .avalnst you and you are High Adults July 11-13, from BILL EDWARDS FUNERAL HOMES
mm trained" required to .*..rve u. copy of 7:00: p.m. 9:00: pro.HIWAT ,
your written defen es. If any Starke Ph. 964-6200
ELECTRIC MOTORS //cornssiOMAL OPTICAL to It, on Theron A. Yawn Jr. CHAPEL Brake Senfce--Wheel Balance OF STARKE INC.
,;
LITTLE DUDE Attorney fur Plaintiff whos
COMPANY address Is Bradford County ASSEMBLY OF GOD and Alignment Keystone Height* _
Peavy'Brothers Prescriptions'Filled Western Store Court House Htarke. Florida, West Weldon St. and Ral- I U.S. 3.01 NORTH Ph. 473-317C
and file the original with the .
Clark of the above styled 1 ford Road 16. : 612 N.'Temple-Ph. 964-7231 Ph. 964-7600 Starke, Fla.
.Electric Co.
.' Broken Lenses Duplicated "Where You'll Find Every Court on or before July 17 7 p. m.-L. L; Parter,'pastor.
ELKCTRIO: 1907 otherwise a Judgementmay
MOTORS thing For the Horse

J5OId-S4a.\'VIc\ : Repaired 'Artificial Eye Entbu.iaar'Western for the be relief entered1 demanded against In you the LAURA BAJTTIST Charley E. Johns Sinclair Refining: Co. Hurst Shell Service .

Generators Starters Clothing Leathergodds. Complaint. oc petition.WltnesK School 9:45 a. mKMrnlng "'.
fl' my hand and the Sunday" : Agency L. Thomaa,i DistributorGASOLEVEB
Alterations Eyewear'
Spec'laliats Saddles and.Trailers seal of said Court at Btarke, Worship 11 a. m.
-Armature Rewinding '-' 213 Laura Ef."jax'3S6-5505( I Charles'& Sharon! Petty Florldq. this Ith day" of June, Evening Worship,* 7:38: p. m- 141 8" Walnut Ph. '904-5070 -KKROSENBFtael CARL HURST

4044 Lenox.Ave. 8d3 too: Bdffewood Ave. (1967.HKAL) Prayer ''Meeting: GENERAL JGVSURANCBBut Oil_and.OrI aM

Jacksonville 387-2528: 1034 Park St. lax 354891SLT"'jiiljL Jacksonville 884-1910 jChorles CoOrt A. Darby. Aa ClnrhoflVaW 7:30: p. m-rRer. JWednllsda"j But .NobG4, Vad nelle Ph. WM-63-ltl: 'Hwy. .101 & 100 Ph. 964C111p.Cm

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JPI.Y! 0. 1867!
BRADFORD COtTNTV TKt.KnRApn. STARK. n..oRtnA PACUB NIVpJLAWTEY .
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In weeks of good study and rec Ion 7 p m., Midweek: services Oak Hospital on Sunday. Annie Sounders Mrs. Mildred Thomas A: Ploroe I or paa.a if i .nponlflcatlona, or Br"Moortl ':,,"n.y. Flurldn.. H within the time yet forth 'm tie!
reation. Delicious Attorneys at IMW may"" purchaund from bond leaned. b\ thr Sur"t>. r"innpnny : ,,,,,.
refreshments Wednesday 8 p. m. Mrs. W. U. Ooolaby and Latham of Philadelphia i Ia also 30J-4 NortB Teanpln Ave. tho Architect, aa fo-llowt ll<'rnard, to do btialnima. In The succtiuirul 1 bid : were served during the Church Of God Sunday children were visiting her slater visiting her sister. Mr and Starke., lorlda< < Jiimi (no reTirndVOllrnwlnifii' : : Florid and llHted, bv the DnHod will be itotlfled within 'Civ*R'fj( ) _

social hour.elrUBCII School 10'' a. m.. Worship, II Mrs. Tommis Bakar .In Orlando Mrs. Salono and her mother Attorneys fur PUIntlffii4t '' $1.00 par !fttntea. TreHatirjr Deptirtment. ditya after .Ae hid I 1M .orneptnil.The ..
: 4t 7/6. nhcM, pin 3'%" tax.tlneulUnaunna an ivocopIUMo. 100 per snot fWW'l df' Public Inatruotlono .
By Earn BlancbudAV ACTIVITIES 1 a. m. and 7:30-: p. m, YPE' Wednesday to Fliday of Mrs. Saunders Mr. ,, and 110 per of the. aetlr 1 Price, vrrthla >/ llraiUford'. County. Florida" -
Orace Methodist Sunday Wednesday "r:31) p m. Prayer last week. and !Mrs. Mills Kellv of Lake IlW41N'fldn. KIOTITIIH N\MM.' post plus. :t I percent tax. ten ((10)) aura nfti-r .hnlnRWardnA f. PeKerva. : the right to reject any
School I' ; NOTliW.: : All reu.uuata for pinnaand the contraot. Acid bond and all blrtu, and to waive
"" W V.yU.AL 9:45: a. m., Worship 11 meeting Fliday 7:30: p. m. ]Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise City Mrs. Robert Morris and Nntlra. la ,heretir a:Wen that Hpeclffcatlona, aepnrato bid l HruarKnteelnic thr ,porformaneopnyiH'nl I Infiirm.ltt/ any

a. m. and 8 p. m, MYF 7:30p : Highland Baptist Sunday and sons, Mrs. John Brown children of Irving, Texas, Mr. tho. undermiciiHd of Chapter under 20.H5.1 tho lAws provlalona bonds I l in the n a\I'.t\ : It: nor of on III linnil tn b.> THB BO\nn OF PUBLIC! .
VII ration Bible School at m. Wednesday.First I cant nf the bid The paid l by the CnnlnmunNo -. lNK'rRr-roTION
Church closed School, 9:45: a. m.. Worship 11 Janet and Paul Norman, Mr. and Mrs Randolph Cronby Jlnod+ of Florida Act of 11141 will reK- Boa-rd of Pu bUn Itimtruction' ofHnxIforU bidder may wllhilrmv, hl.. lAAp1 HFC1RD COUNTY ,
Bu.Hlst
Fist Baptist Sunday |ta. m. and,.'7:30: p. m. Choir ;and Mrs. Mitchell Brawn and. nn, mill l Miv. and bits ..otis ,stet. with, tno Clerlt. l for of Bradford the Clr- County, Florida, a. bid fiit, n period of. tliUty. (10) FLt7RIDA.Thames.
Court In and
Fiicluy evening with an interesting School 10 a m.. Worship! 11 a. practice! 6:3: pm., Prayer family of Lawtey and Mr. and Crawford of Gainesville Were' out County Florida upon receipt or Tldenc: "'C that iroud filth the:, and'xurruxxrut Kiiaranteeln dart.opimlnf. nft hereof...r the date aut. for I,. Casey, Jr,

program after two m. and 8 p. m.. Training Uu- meeting Friday 7:30: p. m. Mrs. BUI Powell and son of all dlruipr guests of Mr. and,, proof oC pulillaittlon' of thin notion. bidder *will execute-. and furnlfth The aontmctnr, will ba required Superintendent '

Highland Baptist Sunday Winter Park spent Saturday Mrs. C. C. Crosby/ and Sirs, Motel. the under ftotltlnu wlilru nume we of....e Dlxl> eriraireil the Board of Public ln.tructlon ro oompLetv .an.ld" prOjc1T.AD1KS t. /-ra Ut 7-e

I School 9:43: a. m.. Worship 11 fishing! .and swimming at Ci'es- :Dei.tie\ Williams Sunday "" inhualnewi at 744 M.i .' .
DeWitt C. Jones M I I'i Temple. Ave.. stoke!! If Irldn.Uary .
Funeral
Home | a. m. and 7:30: m Chair cent Beach. '
I p Mr and Mrs. Glenn Wright U. Muvbe and Blanch -------- ---- ------------- a
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practice 6:30: pm., Prayer and ililron of Paterson, N. J., ,A .Hug-hen./ 74,. N. Tempi. Ave., ..
STARKE PHONE 961-6200 meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. n. Mra. lon of ittnrko, Irin-rlda. owners. r
+t Gregory Hampton, HatoU. tht sand day i>f June .
Mrs. Joyce. Fut h was Mon- Mole Crickets Rev. W. L. Newmans and Bill AD. 11167 at 8turke. Bradford i / ..

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176 day overnight visitor of, Mra.C. .' Loyd of Whltehoime' were Sun County Florida< .
/ 1 1fv
Can Ruin LawnIn aalt: Tea "
C. Klrtstnger In Chatta- day glients. of Mr and Mis. f er

Rental Services ( hoochee. A HurryThe Pitt NeWHomer. \U'rICe7: a ,

Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Frenchspent that
I| Notk ,In hereby wlven "

HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL( CHAIRS j i the the weekend through mole cricket can cauxedAmage Hoali-il the lloanl, blrtu' wf will Tubllu!>.. received Imttruutlan. by \

Fourth with Mr. and Mrs.
to your lawn and the of Brndforrt! Civnnty. KlorMa. af / .
CRUTCHES I i B. L. wilklson Jr. and family problem Is more mechanical IN: COl-NTV .II'IUIK'M' fllCIKT the office, of the Hupci> 'Intvndontnf I I i .
Debbie 1 IN:1 AMI: FOIL BUADKORD Public Imitructlon. of Bradford i I
and Sherrl Napier than else.
anything
j ,I'lll'.VTV.'; P'I.C>ILlOA. jl r
Ho BabNtarkn :!
PC.
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County,
I are spending the week with I, These little critters plow I In rit I:KiutA (if .I
FU>rliljl. up to 1:10:: p.m. :
/ their father Joe M, Napier at nurabeis of crlokeU. move Al.ICK: II." HTAHLI.VOUO1IINSON LF.UTI" ) on Ibo day of July 11, '

STARKE NURSING j!, Jacksonville Beach I througji the ground making II IknLiCE '1. aT.t: kLISV. tint for the conntructlun wf: r i iI
HOME "A"
Briitlfnid flllI'h Ht-hool
Mr. and Mrs. H. l.. Hlckox small burrows like, a mole The doueuHCd Tlulldlncr nomudellna. Htark ,
and Miss Loyce Engl'eu!' were problem pilafs when, great % TK'M TO 11..1111'I'OU" Florida. ''
I All er..i1)tnrit) of the snits i of
808 S. COLtEY ROAD Sunday visitors of Rw. John numbers oC crickets move Aliuo }l. HtHrllnit Kobtnnrm. n/k/a at which;: ..time bids Hhull ,M' I I .
and read aloud. Any
Hiokox. through an area at one time. Alict II titnilinir> rluiuuad. arhvruliv .. oponvil :
I 'J
hide received after the a|>eclf led \
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Phone 969.4271 Starke Fla. i I Miss Arthurlne Blanchard ,;Their burrows make air filo putlfluil claiiliB and ur required,deimuiU to. time and data will not be eon '
illty
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I spent the weekend with Miss pockets In ''the soil and this in I which hay may have UKalimnnkl ", alAered.Plant' '. I' Keep COOLER this :
Htwc'IflcutlooK, and
contract
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1. We hone complete mining service for adult of Enza Blanchard. turn causes the roots of the: county ontui Judge In of tlm UraUfard, c>m of Countv the- dot-umentit may bn examined '

all age. Visiting Mrs. O. J. Phillips ffrune to try out. JMbttrtti .lit tbo ttrt. .rth.MHCM<4t. Bun. In, the Architect office 'tof Situ gum Mwy.It Mo-r-17. I 'summer-open a :
.
I and Dannie during the weekend "As they plow through the, storks Klorldii. within. nix nxlNndxr ) Orange" / Park, Florida and an, '
tnonthH from the date of
were Mr. and; Mrs. Coleman ground the crickets also!! disturb -I the flmt". l iiuhllciitloti <.f thin no. follow: !
heclting'Accounthere
2. We have R-N.'s and L.PN'e on duty 24 hours Phillips of Lake CUy!. and the grace 'roots and push tieo. lliioli: claim. or clenivnd" moat .Tackannvlllf 1. K W Dodge, Florida' Corporation.,. .

a> "". t Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Redd of them up and, mechanically up be In writing and must. statetho 2. rialnvavllle. Plan Room '
pious ur reutiKncu,, and port
Macon Oa, Mr. and Mrs root the gram" says!! Dr. offlua addreseuf. the ..clHtman OnlneMVllle, Florid. When you have a'checking account here :
PI AN'" .lOIn 1II1'.1r"'U'A'rION
Leslie Phillips! of Jacksonville Stl'8JLtonel'f.. associate ento and moat be worn ti> by the at "Full Service"' bank take :
can
Ylrol'I tt"J'UI'1'TIA.
3. We have our own X-rwy and Inboratery.- (!Wr.Jame claimant. hlM agent or his/ atturney our you
Mr and Mrs. James Phillips of mologist with the Flort la Agricultural or It will become voliLciordlnar OKNIOItAI. CONTFIAC- needs in
Moncrlrf In. our full time Ucviwed teuhnlrlan Starke and their respective Experiment Stations. tu law. TURN: Upon,: rmiuent andrcoekpt I care of all your banking one trip, .
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., June la. 1007.c'atherlne' of (80,00 Itpoultor under and the same roof;: Also<<
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I families. They all enjoyed a They may! be no sure fire General. t.olltr..tora, one : you
UyalMitucl
I II family dinner at the home of way to tell if mole crickets are ThomasfnHiceautrluviK'br and two 4lt apeclfloatlona> sell of. plan for can pay all your bills-in>,'the comfort of

4. We are Urnniwid far CO bnda 'by the State Board Mr. and Mrs. Bill Catkins on present, However:,, DC. Kerr Allre !II. Htarlln: ilk Hohlnxmi. Mxlaq, each pro-j ict will I he forwarded your home or office-by mail. Take your :

ef Health Llcensa No. :2.: Sunday.On says the first Chingyou'll, notice a/k/a Alice H. Sturllnif. ex|>ri>n collect I '
choice of 1 'checking ;
It Plans and apeclflralloim our income-fitting accounts -*
I Saturday MI's. Joyce 1 is a "ltpoTlgln_" from, deeexxrd.TFIOIUM ,
returned
are '
Futch and Miss Elizabeth Ter- this Intense burrowing. : -. North. A P1KIICH20.l Temple Av8.ctiirke. 'hi vood condition WI now! .
a. We have a modern Hit-proof: btilldtnt with cn- 1 ry visited their aunt Mrs. J. i ,"You'll) have to get down on Florida. fl*'e eel dy after III"1 .
of bids the full
ceipt .
bal alr-condltloner and host L. Jones in the hospital In your hands and knees and look 6/23 .t 7/13 I vout will *>e PftfundrdU. .

I Burmell and were dinner .uairef ully.to Jtee K you can detect t IN: COUNTY;; .IUI"I WR roumIN \ etc.: For plant
guests of Mrs. Willie Pickett these burrows; he wild AN II "V0\l\ IIKADKUKll.
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and apecirfuatlonn lo sub
i i ioontraotora
8. We are wlthia two blocks of the Bradford County 1
In Ormond Beach. They visit- "You won't see the cilcketa'because 'OHNTY I"I.AHIII\ Vfndora, etti i FLORI DA
HoHpltarf.. '\ be In r.: li Htate of the 1 riepoKlt. will be SlxtvUiillara I
ed their former pastor Rev. they'll well down in.
C. A (IICIKKIS, dxreilHl-il. ( (IO.00) plua 3% I
Edgar Wilkinson and family the soil during the day." ::100'1'11'1! .>!.' KILIXl "WI'I'I"'i< WIHK| tax If the plami .
1 We have fine tn Holllster enroute. There are a I large number of F a Bluff f l>IM.tor the ; :
serving }
.
Home. i ,, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rosier materials that are effective IM B\F1CUTlllt: betray, Hlvun that 1 within turmdn five Ifned(6J) days cfindltlun oilerreceipt v ;..B ..AN'It.: / \ S rA: aKlE, : ::1

and family of Winter Garden ag-Alnut mole crickets. The have filed. my final returns a* "f hlil*, the refund ..
"baits", which are InsectUUdea: fxtMutrlx of the **lat. ut C. A will be- Thirty Dol- ..
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. the
One of 30 Bank. of Florida National Group
W Ofirri8 Uet'oamul. ; that t bout Urn (faU.DO>> plua tax Oepoult -
8. > are V approved.. ; James Router and other relatives on a bran ..base are probably filed my petition for dlitrtbutlnn checkn Hhall be

through the weekend. One of ''the} easier, matcrlaln to and for final dlMvhargre .urn mil" payable. to the
find at that un July IT, 1IHI7. I will Architect.C. Member Federal Deposit"Insurance Corp.AREA .
9. "'e are approved by !the State \\elrare Agency I Sunday dinner guests of the any good garden supply apply to the llunorabln Thoroi BISl'AKATIS!) SHKWT8! : Sop-' .
Ii W. F. Moores were M:'II. Rob store. A. Yawn, f'nunty Juriwre of Bradford rate Uheeta for drawlnc _
i ert C. Moore of lake City. Mr. "You can throw these baits County Florida, for ",pprvvul -

10.Ve are apprwt+ell *n<|Pr Medicare. out on the lawn to of Bald final return and -- ----- -= ="' :
and Mrs J. W. Thomas and according for an orrt.tr of dliitrlhutlon and ... =- =- .
family of Live Oak the 3. D. the directions;' Dr. Kerr says.I tnr final rilHcharir att. executrix>
of the will of C. A. Orlffin, duo
11. We Andrews family of Wildwood.Mlse "The insects come to the sur .
are large enough tn glut all mralng services oeaHed.
Reynee Moore and Danny face at night especially If it's June 30 1BU7.H.MMA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I IAUTO
that an adult'may need but juuuej enough Thomson of Jacksonville moist." UKIKPtS' BOnEE:,
te pro\lde a family atmonphere.lit. f Kxecutrlx of the Iflatat uf :
Another method of
and Miss Beth Moore of Clew- riddingthe '. C. A. ilrirfln. dee.TtlOMAH .
!iston. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Red- lawn of mole crickets is A PIKRCH _

Sir. J. II. Monrrlef la. In charge.. of compIeU lab dish and Mrs. W111 Edwards of to spray with insecticide as 2DII-5 Hnirko.North Florida Tempi Ave. -

oratory and x-ray lacW le". Laboratory No. 024. Starke called In the afternoon.Visiting' you do for chinch bugs. Bsaql 71JIn | SALVAGE Farm and Industrial WEAR Office Equipment

I These crickets are not one ot
the B. L. Wilkinson\ '

We Comply With- "Title 6> Civil. Rights. Law Sr. family for the weekend the "singing crickets" aa same,
I were Mr. and Mrs. Hubert think. They're very odd look i Aellon. Nv. 8:1: '
CALL..WRITE OR COME; BY ? I Wilkison of Ll'VeOak.. Mr.'and ing nd live underground moot' +.Valt.r ......,I..tI1I."d rrldN.! BRASINGTON Oalne. vllle'. Most Fashionable 'j _
of the time. I ti"Tla, tlandvmnn. bin wife Santa Fe Tractor Address. For Ladles I M
AND VISIT WITH US. ; Mrs. Jerry Wilkison and family 1 I'lulntlffii V.VIIII... Hubbert OADILLA4-OQ.DMOBILII Smith-Corona-Authorized
of Jacksonville Mr and Their front legs are InodltiedInto Jr. and Italtle Ilubburt, als RKSSiS:F -SUITS-COATS Dealer
Lawton B. wife r>ef nd. Inc. .J MATERNITY WEAKACCESSORIES j
Thomas Owner-Administrator Mis. James Wllklson of JackBnvUe'Sp rather large ehovel-like I Mirrcra>> n OP" STTITTo t Inc.

Mrs. Gertrude Kauffman-"-Asst. Administrator nt Sunday with the legs to( enable them to move Willie Httbbert Jr. and SALES SERVICE: OIar1-l"Ictor-TotalUa _
r family. through the ground. The crick outfit. llultM-rt, ; his IVflfe: AddreHH FORDFarm 7 w; .,University[ GsJnesvilleMEN'S Adding Jfacnlnes.( Calculators"

WE COMPLY WITH TITLE VI eta grow up to lye inches long unknown Notified Fine Selnotlon of Uned Car ,',
i Mrs Joyce Futch and Miss Yon Anllaroby ffiALES-t ERVICE-RSIIVTALh
and have a velvet appearance that un action to foreclose. a Taken On CadlUan Tradett Tractors .A ImplementsFord WEAR '

Let Us Care-for Your Loved Ones Elizabeth Terry were visiting from the many fine brown inorifriiice. vll the followlnffproi Industrial Equipment 8-VK TIME DIsotaM
i Mrs. Ottaway tn Bran- .. In Bradford 70-
Terry hairs that i ty County 2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. <441<
cover their body. Florida: USfflD EQUIPMENT L &: Lr: Men's Shop
ford and.MI'. Terry in Live
The Houth half v-t the mast reqidrements with uai firs

..............YYYYY.9. .nf.v..nly.rlv.. (7A> feet of the, PHONE 178- 301 SALES PART SERVICID Florshelra Shoes- ana N. Main St.Ihone awl eeYWe

Went onellundrxd'xeventyrive17B \ !' !PICK UP &: DELIVERY Peso Pluma Suits S78-CA51
I ( ) foot of tili. Mouth '['wo'
hundrnl. weventy-tolrr (274) 4488 N.W. Sixth Caineavllla Ladles Sports Wear
Bavless Hiwav foet, of BlrMik Heventeen ((17] I Phone 376-2348 Arrow Drer I
Flint. uf the railway Town of Shirts

lxrwlny Rrudford. County, CRANELINKIOLN ISV.. University. Ga1nMvllle PAINT & GLASS
By Mra. O. E. Plorlda, unit In Huctton/ Twen
CrosbyThe SUPPLIES
GARD.EN
I
I II ty-thrite (28, TixwtiKhlp five Liddell
(ID "Mouth, Range Twenty-two aIERCURY Paint &
u...u..a.....a....,v tea Kait" an poor map. 01 plata MOBILE HOMES
I recnrdvd In Plat Hook No 1 Antborlxwl Sale A Service .
j 3
WMU Brotherhood of hoe. aR. public. records rill Johnson & Paris, Inc. Glass Co. 1]
'
r
Harlots Hiway surprised the Bradford, Count,. Florida.. 60S B. Unhreraityv' Caineavlll MUSTANG
ha, keen fllnd against you and 'r
r'
pastor Sunday with a vurprls yea are required to .aery. a Phone 372-4261 Complete Line of! Mobile Homes Inc. KT ANIZE PAINTS
r ,, t birthday dinner immediate! oopy of your written defenaoa r 8r.ED9pJ.ANTSIDllflCtlcldPet -- Glass-DUrronBBdlsg Doo .

? ? after the morning aervUie. Rev. If. any, Attorneys to ''It''on for Thomua Plaln-kYMren : Crane's Imports ; SuppUeIIFERTILIZERS Calnoevillo's Dlorount Mobile Tub En<4o.ureShower Doer :

Medelros '''received a Poloral tiffs, whose artrlronH la 20:15Noith : -Wfndows. -AwningOarpeMwaupspeNltorehoell
home Stile! Lot.
Camera as a gift from the Temple1 Avenue, StarksFlorida Velrs (M61OC..BtIdC) : :
I and file the orlRinniwith 1 I Purchase- discount on enth'echain
church. He 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'
also received etv the Clerk of the above. Consultation. \
scat personal gifts. He was stYled Court nn or before Jill,. I. nAT IIILL1'1AN 224 N.W.' 8th .Ave. guarantee huge savings.. 118 N.W. Slztrantb! St. 1"

y'p ; presented with a beautiful 3 10 .1967 be; entered otherwise a.Kalnt a. Jlul..n.ntnlli ym 2201 N. Main Oain avlll PHONE 11On8Gam.lllfl. NEW yi OON CAPEUiAPAGEMAKER GAINESVILLE S73-8101

tiered birthday cake. for the relief. demanded. In the Phone 37>-437" Fla. :
A large number attended oomplalnt or p.tltlon.Wit. ,
N + Lt the
...... my bong and snot. or
Used ,Mobile Home Low
.
ordination service at the church aid/ Court on June 1J, 1987 SEWING MACHINES
Sunday afternoon. J. R. Kelly (fSHAL' Beaty AcademyPOWELL'S Priced. With approved credit
was ordained deacon Charlea. A. Darby GLASSGAINESVILLE low as 910O down.
as .
:
Clerk of the Clroult Court National
(iM,. and Mrs. .JUInton Richard Bya/ nmilah. Moody 4820 N.W. lath St. 441 North Sewing ,
on and children of Tampa Deputy Clei'k
t
f '
----- Machine Co. Inc.
and Mrs. Marie tru'ftn ofdalnesvine Gainesville 318-1S44 ,

were dinner guests OAI L .OOU JGOT

o(( Mr. and Mr Kenneth Ellx Beauty Academy GLASS CO. INC. Now Home. Pfaff Nalco
..: ,
son Sunday.. O'Ask Universal SmSMacII1necl

Rev. and .Mrs. 'M' D. Me Learn a -Prol., !on 'la Tour EVERYTIUNa tH GLASS" Motorcycles Scooter .avfes) A Service

deiroa and daughters were Spore T1n e. Full or Part.. 'Time. Nearly New Unit $5 monthlj;
,
visiting relatives in Perry last DAY EVENING
Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss Windows Sliding, Glass I

Maude King. of San Diego, Low Tuition Term Doors Tub Enclosure Motorcycles I all W. Cnrvemlty. aalr..tD.

Calif and Donald ,Hunter of 219 N.W. 10th Ava.I7SZ7M. 378-1333 _
303S N. E. Waldo Bd.Oalnemrin .
? YAMAHA '"
Los Angelea..OaUf./BCCompen.< aalnesvtBs ,r

n yy / led Rev.. and Mrs.. Medeiros 87820S1University : .BIIW

home. They returned'to Perry .SALES! SERVICDJ! TltPAINT

Monday. CONCRETE PRODUCTS ACCESSORIES

We are. so thankful that lit r Glass 615 W. UDlvenltJo.'GaJaenWe17SMt1 i FLriTSOT1>: TILIDVInrIVm.t
y tle Alaa Whitehead able
was
to return to .his. home, Thursday Charley f INSIST ThAT ALL YOURvo.'VCBETE : .bbe.tott Prod1WtaO.t.RPET A.pbsltFloor
& Co. Inc. Finishing
after 2O days in Baptist PRODUCTS Glazing ,
:
Hospital In ;,iJacksonvllU. ,We E. MOVERS -- ) ,J r

, DISCOVER how Electric' Dishwashing plete are still recovery.Mr. praying. for his com- Johns i r'+" .ARE,THE DEBT: FROM .. AUTO MIRRORS GLASS ,. Long. Local, Distance.Drayagvj Moving WALLPAPER T


eliminates your most tedious chore.Have and Mrs. Loyld Padgett Edward'aBuilding Tub Enclosure Shower Storage) -+- Packing; -pratingShipping. TenneyTile & Paint
visited. her mother, Mrs. Emily .
Waters and her brother and About this question: Supply, Inc. Doors, -_ Stor Front 1 FRIG eSTOIATES OALLHILL'S I .
222] N.W. Oth see
extra time for your r.unilylovelier hands, too. Let today's elater-!n-law, Mr. and Mrs. .8. 1319 S. :Main 'Galue.v111ea7gseal
An independent local inurance 726 staina72.484iOALNEBVI'LLE Gainesville 378-1303
flay automatic electric! : dishwaHher eliminate a nasty daily chore. Lowell Waters In High Springs, I MOVING
agent I is free to
aim Mr and Mr C. F. Padg
Flip a switch .'. .cSUitvi! aio washed, rinsed and sanitized in water Insure FLA. & Inc.
ett in (Jalnenvllle Sunday tter- his client In whichever Storage,
hotter than hands> Can: land then dried electrically. '. TRAVEL
company he thinks IRON ORNAMENTAL

I Also.'end' messy gorbugo luindling once and for.all with an electric: noon.Mr., and Mrs. El wood Pad bestlie is not a captive ELECTRIC MOTORS 3O40 N.K. WaMo ttd.GalneeviUe '
'
food waste disposer.' gett of Jacksonville spent this agent of one company. lie 372-4271 House of Travel,
weekend with Mr. and iMrs.
Coo, your appliance dealer or plon.blng: contractor. works for hid client in filny Ornamental Iron
Loyd Padgett. MUSIC> INC.
ELECTRIC ..i
Charles Newmans of Calnesvllle and helphiff to collect Steel .Stairs! ,

a visited the C. C. Crosbys his claim. In this why 2out Lipham Music Co.Galneivlll AIRLINES! "'- 1 -

'" "" Tuesday of 3 people buy Insur- Motor Repair Co. Fabrication .Ik Erection of STBAMSHIPI.
, THERE'9 NO MATCH FOR Mr. and Mrs. S"l Monglovl Light Structural Steel Shopping Ctr.
from
once an independent R. 1C.
FLAMcLfcSS ELECTRIC... r re of Jax-k onvllle spent Wednesday. Of GaJnenvllfo Ino Miscellaneous Iron s'rf.aw3
\ x-al. '
, A ctaan break wJIfi/ the p..'. 1n..,, ', with Mr. and Mrs C. C. uRenlT"Charley RepairingRewindingNevv I 110 N.- W. 10th AftDM Hotels I Car Ren taint

Crosby. E. John and Vied Steel Products Co. AuthoHudBaldwin No Charge Fer Our Servte!

]Misses Terri and Debbie Pianos\ .ft Organs Weekdays; 8:30: to 8:00

FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT" COIAPANY. Lyons of WoodvlUe spent the lrency' UORK: GUARANTEED M N.W.Mrd Blvd..,Gainesville Guitars Gibson Ooya Rat. 9 to U.

. HftflHO tUILD HOIOA week with their uncle and aunt Drams Ludwlg SlingerlandFeudur 8415 W. University A.... \
1.11: S. Walnut 'St.
!6tr' "Imd'Bdttt. Wri'.fllttllmD: ,, PHONE !964-5070! Phon*. -a31a .77.tIS 1 .. ,. Ataadatl'! Amplltfat/" GatneavUIe.. 378-1601 1TltURSnAV.

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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH



KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE LAKE GENEVA
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STARKTC:!, FIXUITDA.. TIUTUSDAV. JULY B.1967
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Two Teams Tie For TitleIn ____1 At. J. Haynes
KEYSTONE huES Annual Swim

: Keystone Golf TournamentThe I '4 r I Installed By Rotary Program {i I


Please Phone In By Your Jim Fox Items 473-4148 team of Joe Petrock BUnd Partner best ball tour- : Keystone Lions Will Start 1 Rffl. Mon.,. July 10 '
-
and Voncile Ketch rallied on nament he *' at the club last 1 : -----a -
,
the final 18 to pull Into a first week, Vesta Aiken and Wally I
_
M J. (Whitley) Haynes was The annual Swimming; & The Rotary swim program
HERE N' THERE Park, 111., are visiting Mrs. 0'Reilly' place tie with Jack and Lu Muhlhofer teamed to fire a i ,
installed aa president of the Water Safety program, spon- was started in 1951 by 11:. T.
Nancy Wood of Ocala has brother-in-law and her In
Dykama the Keystone Golf net 61 to win the 18-hole( 'I
Keystone Heights< Lions Club sored by the Keystone Heights Martin Rotary Secretary, and
been McGlave Herb Nelson and
visiting Kathy nephew, and Country Club's mixed best tournament.. Ray Ferris and
for at a recent dinner and Installation Rotary Club, will start with Al Watson, and baa been held! ..
the week. Herb Jr. We
past are certainly gladto ball tournament Sunday. Both Foster Howell took second I
I meeting. registration at 1 p. m. Monday each summer since then. The
Eric Garber, son. of Mr. and have 'these. wonderful people teams finished with 36-hole with their 63. Voncile Ketch _
Other officers installed by July 10, at Keystone oldest swimmer to be taughtin
Mrs. Ty Gartner of Nelson's visiting in Keystone, once nets of 12S and share the title. again paced the women witha
Hugh V. Griffin Jr., of Mac Beach. the program was a man 63
Is home this
Point expected again.
Third place In the champIonship net 70 with Virginia Han-
clenny. were: Jacksonville YMCA Camp years of age. More than 2,004
week after friends In
vIsitIng
Bill Ottinger spent last week- flight went to Don son posting a net 72.
Leonard Jones 1st vice presld Immokalee will provide instructors people have taken the Instruction '
New York City. Eric will be end with his family, the Frank Shacklefond and Pansy Hawes Ray Ferris and Bob Hayes
ent James Jackson. 2nd, vice for the two-week course, with more than ITS
visiting with hla family for the Ottlngera. Bill's wife and son, with 128. tied for low net among the
Last Carol and Michael flew to president; Hubert White, sec while assistant Instructors will trained life-saving personnel
remainder of the summer. ,
Freemont and Zee Tolles men with 69s, with Ferris
i I retarytreasurer, Marshall be local! citizens of the com, having been produced by the.
month, he received hIs4aater'a Massachusetts to spend the
paced the first flight with taking the playoff on the '.
& (Fine Arts) Degree July 4 weekend with Carol'eI their 135, followed by Tom third hole.Legion. 4' 'I S Donaldson tail-twister; Harvey munity. I program.

from Iowa University.Carl I family. Armistead Jr. and Aggie Wat- I & ... .4 Finn Lion-tamer; Dewey Mrs. Jennings Murrhee will' The public la Invited to the.

Hewitt spent .the holidays -I, Carl Hewitt is enrolled at son [1361.] and Lloyd and Post 202 Henderson and Max Mooney- be waterfront co-ordlnator in traditional Rotary Finn Fry aft

with his family, the Carl Penn State, at College Park, Frelda Regas- [1371.] These ham, directors. charge of Instructors and Keystone Beach from 5 to 7

Hewitts. Carl la enrolled In a Pa., for six weeks of compre- three teams finished the first Meets July 6 ,,f; ; Llonellas installed at. the helpers. All students planning p. m. Saturday July 8. Pro

six-week college preparatorycourse henaive' studies in the area of day tied with 69s. same meeting were: to take swimming lessons are ceeds will be used< to help fray

at Gordon Military College -' business management. Mr. Bob Hayes, matching Key- Zack C. Hunsuckle, Chief of I :".. .' .. Mrs. Helen Wildt, president: asked to report to Mrs. Mur expenses of the swimming

In Barnesvllle, Ga. I Hewitt left on Saturday to fly stone's regulation Sunday, won Police of Palatka and Presi- \.III.. Mrs. Kitty McGlave, vice presIdent rhee at the beach at 1 p. m. program. Tickets arc availableat

Mrand Mrs. Ed Dwyer to College Park. tre men's low gross honors dent of the Florida Peace Of- ,te I ; Mrs. Nell WhIte secre- Monday, July 10 for registration the gate from Keystone Bo..
I KOP ACTIVITIESThe ficers Association will be tary-treasurer; Mrs. Dot Win- and class assignment. tarlans.
spent last weekend with Mr. with a 36-hole total of 149, '
Jr.
ladles of the Keystone guest speaker at a meeting of i twt isl ans tail-twister; Mrs. Jane
and Mr.. Lester Kaaln of Daytona Voncile Ketch paced the distaff -
Heights Woman's Club are to Keystone-Melrose Post :302, Redfearn, and Mrs: Edythe ,
Beaoh. The two couples golfers with her 83-94.-- '
were very close friends" when ,be congratulated for the many 167. American Legion tonight I JWC.k8CIR. directors. Carpenters.The did.Mr.
Norman Barbers and Mrs. Jack MiSer T.
fine Activities and programs f Thursday are
they both lived in Hartford, All of the winners received
Conn. which they .have made avail- merchandise awards, and nine The meeting will be held at vacationing this week, so maybe C. and Jeff spent the night In.

Miss Suaan Hunt and Miss able to residents and visitorsof special prizes were awarded as 8 p. m. in the conference room chicken supper at the home of Norman will catch some Jacksonville visiting the :Mae

of Keystone Heights:; during! follows: of Clay Electric. : ... Pete and Joyce" Barton Satur- mora of those big bass. Michele McOowans and brought Joan
Mary Lyons were guests 1 ,- day. The is still on the sick list. home with them.
(Mr. the week of Keystone on Parade High Gross, Men: Freemont Post Commander Graham occasion wa Corine'abirthday
and Mrs.
Gay Livingstonand
Betty Griffin of Griffins Mrs. H. T. Smith hM her
weekend. Tolles, 185. Hutchinson urges a full attendance .
Alec
Susan son.Is from ,Deerfleld last Beach, At the Arts and Crafts High Gross, Women: Kathy of the membership.pltallzatlon Mr. and Mrs. James Kinchen Lodge reports that the shell- daughter and husband. Mr.
Show, which wee under the Redfearn, 232. Larry and Jimmy and Mrs. crackers have been on the and Mrs. Murray; Mr. and
and who makes her
Mary, direction of !Mrs.!\ Henry Schu- Closest to the ri Bycle Veal, are spending this tads again. Their boats Mrs. Charles Evans of Jacksonville -
home In New Jersey, has been pin, Men, No.
'ber, 53 paintings were placed 11 week at their lake !home. I brought in over 300 this week.: ; Mike and Tern Smith
Tom
her house guest for the last : Armlstead. Jr. In Jacksonville.By .
think The bass have been biting of Starke; granddaughter.
on exhibition by our local James will have talked
few weeks. Closest to the pin Women, the time this roes to
artlata. Other displays Included Marsle into moving down here early and late, and the shell- Candy and Renee Smith of
No. 14
( Frelda Regas. press, the Bernard Slocomb'swill
Mr. and Mrs. John B. "Jack"O'Reilly dolls dressed in Oriental costumes before long. since they have crackers In the middle of the Live Oak, and Mr. and; Mrs.
Most strokes, one held: Zee be settled In their new I
and children Tommyand day, so this makes for .a full Keith Cheshire of Alachua vta-
wood-carving, ceramics, Tolles. 10.Fewest home, the former home of Miss added on to their home, she
Maureen. of Evergreen a hand-hooked rug and pot- I ClaudiaChapmanBecomes Bride has lots of room. day of fishing. The size of lUng this weekend.
putts, last nine: Mrs. Arthur Bratnerd which
tery.Many Lloyd Henderson 10. they purchased recently. Of Mr. Alvarez In Community ChurchThe The K. W. Revels have almost these, fish this week are larger Dorothy and Sam Butler
residents have than, before. Mr. and Mrs. Pat and son of Onnond! Beach.
responded completed their remodeling
Most putts, last nine: Pansy W. Lakevlew Drive, at Bell- ,
favorably to the art exhibit, Hawes and Mae Henderson. 20 aire Point has newcomers, the Community Congregational from Switzerland. All h that d they lack is the Ray, and Mr. and' Mrs. Dale Dot and Steve Mclntlre of Atlanta

KEYSTONEHEIGHTS and have expressed a desire to each. Kenneth Bayers, and four Church of KeystoneHeights The bridesmaids, Miss Mary little jObe and the painting. It Smart and guests of Jacksonville and Charles, Louise and!

have additional programs of High team net: Jim and children, formerly of Chcago, was the setting Thursday Lou Downs; of Archer; Miss will be beaulful when they have been at the Griffins Paulette Strandberg of Jack-

this nature. Fran Chesslngton, 149. 111. They purchased the former evening, June 29, at 8 Glenda Sue Alvarez, slater of finish. Their guests this week- this week During the down- sonville were guests of Mrs. Jo

Please be sure to check this 2nd high team net: Bob and home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles o'clock, for ,tha .weddlng of the groom; and the Junior end were Mrs. Revel's sisters, 'POur we had Friday, :Betty Strandberg over the weekend.ot

column next week for a com Lu Stearns 145. Wallenlus, who moved Into Miss Claudia Chapman, daughter bridesmaid, Cassandra, sister Mrs. J. E. Strickland, from said one of their cabins got The Mike Hanks family

plete resume of the KOP activities In the Keystone on Parade tbelr new lakeside home justaomnletd of Mrs. Edward Daniel of the bride, wore Identical Mershan, Oa; Mrs'S B Rosier flooded. :I hear that Melrose Gainesville were spending last

and awards. Mrs. Reggie I __m_ ____ on._. t.ti_,_. _rtlnt...__... Chapman, formerly of Jackson- dresses of green. Their shoulder and daughter,, Mrs Flf.9 otWaycross. .had It much worst han we Continued on next page]
Schuber' publicity chair- Miss Patty Mydske, grand- rile, and the late LCDR Chap- length, veils were attachedto Ga.; and Mrs. P. W

man for the Woman's Club, has I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. man, to,Larry Raiford Alvarez, pillboxes, and they carried cJII.l'k.of: Opellka., 'Ala.::;:..Their: I
MELROSE promised our readers a feature NEWS NOTESBy Henry Fluegge of Villa Plum- son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles spray bouquets of Shasta grandson rrom riant city; is

column concerning the results osa, flew from Chicago, HI. to Ralfond Alvarez of Keystone daisies. The bride's youngest still visiting also

for the week's events. Helen Egan sptnd the eummer with her Heights. Rev. Leon F. Milner, sister, Danielle Chapman, waa The L. W. Norsworthys are

DUPLICATE BRIDGE grandparents. Rev. and Mrs. pastor of!the church, officiated. flower girl and wore a similar also doing some remodeling to

BUSINESS Winners of the Duplicate I Norman !Mydske and children Miss Carroll Baker, soloist dress of pink burned Jacquardand make their home ]larger.; It

Bridge Club meeting on June FELLOWSHIP CLUB will be here in about two and Mrs. George Canova, headpiece. seems that all of us''start out
29 were: First place with 83 Vi organist provided nuptial mu- William Sharman of to for 1
DIRECTORY President Julius Hanson announces weeks to visit Mrs. Mysdke's Dendy, use our places a summer
point, Stan LaCoste and Louis a special treat for I parents before returning to sic as the guests assembled.The Jacksonville, a cousin of .the place or weekends and whenwe

Kyle; second place. with 81'/', members and friends of the Lima Peru, S. America where traditional' wedding bride, served as beet man. decide to move In permanently I
points, Mrs. Ray Starnes and marches were used. Ushers Thomas Alva have to make
fellowship Club at the month-I Rev. ;Mydske is Director Mis- were we more \
BEAUTY SHOP her sister, Mrs. Trultt; third ly covered! dish luncheon on sionary of Radio Del Pnclfico. The bride was given in mar- Trlest, Wayne :Roland Homer, room.-The J. D. Cantons havea

place. Mrs. Joseph Dey and July 13 at 12:30: at the Ma They have been on a year'sleave riage by her maternal uncle, and, Donald Aubrey Baker, all room built across the

KEYSTONEBEAUTY Mrs. Arnold iLarsen; fourth sonic Hall. Guest speakers will and. visited Rev. Myds- Homer Sharman Brown. She of Keystone Heights. Kevin An- front of i their cottage, with

place, Mr. and Mrs. 'J O.:.Han- be' Mrs. IuIs.-SinIth,- "Clay ke's parents In WashingtonState. wore a lac. gown featuring drew Alvarez, brothed. of ,the windows all the way across.

SHOP son.On County Tax Assessor, and Clay While here he will be cathedral train with cascadinglace groom, was the ring-bearer for 'Pap and Robe Norswortby
Edith Johnson, Owner Thursday night of this County Sheriff Jennings Mur conducting ruffles; accented with se- the couple. had guests over the weekend
speaking\
Personal week, the Woman'. Club will rhee. Films will be shown on at the Park-o-Palms engagements : quins. The gown had a :fitted Following ,the ceremony, a including Connie Hoydick nd:

A Creative have the last scheduled eventof law enforcement, and there Mrs. Grace Fedoeky and bodice with Bateau necklineand reception was held In the Henry Norsworthy of Jacksonville -

Hair Styling KOP activities with the will be opportunity for ques- panniers of lace! ruffles on church educational building. and Mrs. Kathleen McInnea -
son. Allen, of Calum!nt City,
ImVridim] Beauty [Dare duplicate! bridge party, KOP tions. 111. are also visiting the Henry each side of the skirt. The veil Serving cake were Mrs. Lena of Ocala. You Bet You Can I

IDv,y Form of Beauty Culture Kards, !beIng held at the Ma. COMMUNITY CHURCH Flueggs. Allen recently received of imported silk illusion was Clomens, Mrs. Mary Nelson; The Lucky Lutgens were In

Open Tuea.-Sat. 9-5; sonic Hall, at 7:30: p.m. This The Board of Trustees will his Lieut. Commission In- secured to a crown of matchinglace and 'Mr Marvin Homer. Pour- Jacksonville Saturday visiting Afford a New Car

Closed Monday will be open to ,the public, ac hold their monthly meeting on the Air Reserve at Gunter AirBase medallions She carried Ing punch were Mrs. Rodney and shopping.

cording Mrs. Fremont ToUes. July 7 at 7:30: p. m. In educa- her Bible, topped with an or- Paul, Miss Lee Rldought! Miss Mrs. Kite reports that she
Ala.Mrs.
BOATS MOTORS Johnny Moon, son of Mr. and tional building. .Montgomery, chid. Sharon Brannon, and Miss finally got a big shellcracker. You don't need a lot of ready cashto
Paul Meunier and two
Mrs. Walt. Thomas of Nelson's PERSONALS Miss Diane Mary Chapman, Nancy Klugsbury Mills Ann Caught one weighing :3 I Ibs. off get that car a low-cost auto
of Elwood 111.
BILL'S MARINE Point, was home visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Frank B daughters also visitilng the Fltiegges.are later of the bride, was maid of Trleat kept the bride's book. her dock. loan will put you in the driver's seat

SALES SERVICE! his family over the July 4 hoff, Jr. of Tyler, Texas and Mrs. Meunier is owner of the honor, and was' gowned In a After the reception, !the Red Neal says the bass are right away! Stop in and find out

The Fun Fleet'' In" weekend. Johnny i is enrolled at their children Mark end Ka- Villa Plumosa and niece of floor length dress of' yellow couple left,for a short weddingtrip I still biting. He has been aver about this convenient road to auto-
Gordon Military Academy, burned jacquard, imported to the East Coast.
AH Outboard* thy are visiting Mrs. Dalhoff's ( aging four or five eaoh day.
Mr. Fluegge.
Chrysler Lane Star ... BarnesviHe, Ga. parents, Mr.! and Mrs. William ParkooO! Chrysler Motor Capt. and Mrs. Alfred B. Gainesville and Gene Byrd
Walz of Lake Brooklyn. The
service in the
evening new
Servlo A Part* for Watson, Jr., M.O. of Brooks Walz's spent the month of were visiting the English Hiltons COME IN GET ACQUAINTED
Chapel on July let and all day | 'VVYYVYVVVVVvyyyyyyyyINDIAN it 33 and he
Force Base San Antonio on a Zebyco says
Air ,
.... 1U.ole. **. 47&.4 May visiting their elder over the weekend.
Con* Rta. Zl .Jk :2Melrose. Texas, were recent guests. of daughter, Mrs. Richard L. Sunday the 2nd. There will be I "from now on, I'm gonna" doa Weekend guests of Mr. and BANKMember
special services with specialspeakers whole bunch of fishing. KEYSTONE STATE
Watson'a parents Mr. BEACHLake
Capt. ,
475-4851 Macklin and family of Oak Mrs. D. W. Carpenter were
and Mrs. AI Watson. each weekend Sat- Mr. and Mrs. T N Norwood
CLEANERS Mrs. Don Morgan and! 'child Ridge. Tenn. While there they urday evenings and Sunday\ ( Santa Fo) returned from a six week tripto Helen Walker and the David I F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla.

have returned attended the high school during the summer. all points in Colorado and Reid family of Jacksonville I
ren recently graduation of their grandson, By: Michael H. Chltty "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
Thomas Nor-
Keystone from a visit with Sharon's parents Mr. and' Mrs. Wyoming visiting telatives Shirley and Dolph Reddish i
Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Roger Macklin. He received a wood have just completed an Pb. 475-2171 and sightseeing. Mr. Norwod's and children of Starke are. Community."

Cleaners, Inc. Booher, of Newcastle, Pa. handsome plaque from the extensive tour of the inidwes! SAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAL sister, Mrs. Edwards, returned with the.I.
----- ---- spending this week
O. K. Davie While visiting with their Bell Telephone Co. for "out visiting' Mr. Norwood's rela- with them for a vldlt. They

HJvery Dry Cleaning Service grandparents, the children enJoyed standing achievement in tives In Fort Collins Colo, Fowl! Crack! Bang! This Is were In Miami last week to

Laundry Finish or FluffS attending horse shows Science." Roger will enter and Laramie Wyoming. Mr. your rolling reporter, hoping attend the funeral of Mrs. Al-
Yale University in September, that you all had a nice
Day Service and touring the state and local Norwood's sister, Mrs. Irene ma Stence.
Pick Up and! Delivery parks. Mrs. Morgan was entertained which Is the Alma Mater of Edwards of Rawllngs, Wyom- .Fourth of July I went In for Chuck Mike. Cheryl YVonne -

K.yuteee Holtfht< 47I-3M4 with many bridge his father, and his uncle Rev. ing, returned with them for a another checkup with the doc- and Pat Eddy of Jacksonville IT'S EASY TO WRITE
Norman W. Walz, of Wharton. tor on Friday, and he says I'm
parties and luncheons- She reports two weeks visit and also visited are spending this week
CONCRETE N. sister in Miami. Shortly still progressing slowly. It will with their grandparents-'while
: that her parent are J.Mrs. a
looking forward to their sum Llbble Campbell Is t after the Norwoods return take time.: In case you thinkwe their mother Is in the hospitalto RESULT-PRODUCING WANT ADS

Hawthorne Concrete to in August spending some time with her they went to Miami for the are not around anymore, I undergo surgery.
mer trip Keystone
& Supply] Inc. eldest married daughter No- funeral of a relative. know thought we have might let you Buddy and Betty Mangum Follow these simple rules to make your Want Ads bring better results.
,. reen, in Gainesville. Her The five grandchildren of that we a new car. and children Robert and Lisa,

REDI Mr. and Mrs. Don Morganand youngest daughter, Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Norwood, children We have a new white Pontiac Mrs. Greek, and Kay and Kirk Remember a good Want Ad is nothing more than salesmanship in print.
MIX 'children were guests of Dr.
two of Junior Executive and won't be
completed years of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Eddy you Schiefelbein of Jacksonville
CONCRETE and 'Mrs. France :McCahee the of 4 College study at Montreat, N. are visiting their grandparents eeelng our beat-up Chevrolet were guests of Fred and Co- Write your Want Ad in the same friendly style you use when telling
Hwy. 20 W. Hawthorn Orange Park over July C. and shortly after was mar- whose mother la a patient anymore. I am afraid if our rine Thieman over the week

.481-29.12. 2031 weekend.Bill in the Jacksonville weather doesn't get better, we friends and neighbors about what you have to offer.

GAS Few i is a patient at, St. ried.Rev.. and Mrs. Leon 1". MU- Beach Hospital undergoing are all going to wash away. end.Don and Sue Ritchie and
Vincent's Hospital, in Jackson Some of the storms we've had
ner have enjoyed a visit of his surgery. July 1 was grandpa son of Jacksonville were down Don't Abbreviate: Don't be Penny-Wine and Pound-
ville, where he had major surgery have meen diUys. I know some
'
has
Saf-Gas Norwood's birthday and n for the long weekend. Don Foolldht
Keystone and family from Pensyl-
last week. Mrs. Few reports son family celebration was enjoyed of our summer! visitors are been working on hie yard and Surveys and studies'! prove that most

Bottled Gas that. he Is feeling much vania. with immediate neighbors disappointed because they are beach and is getting It to Want Ad readers do not like or underIt makes good common sense to eliminate .

better and 1 Is looking forwardto Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rich- joining. Their son. L r'.oy, is having to stay inside so muchof looking good. stand abbreviations. Make it easy for unneeded words from your Want

I and AppliancesSee being home soon. Please be ards sent greetings to the expected home from Vietnamin their vacation. The Robbins family were people to respond to your ad Ad, but make sure you don't ruin the

Us For All of Your sure to drop hIm a get-well Francis" P. Egans from their September.A Thursday, my aunt, Mrs. having a reunion on Saturday. don't keep them guessing with abbrevi effectiveness of your Want Ad by making -
Gas Needs card. We wish him a speedy vacation tour to Syracuse and? Roy Crensraw and Jerry of Those enjoying the get-to ations. ,
It Remember, you're not
Incomplete.
Phone 473-4351 recovery Rochester, W. Y. Syracuse be- Gainesville came over, and gether were: Mr. and Mrs. L.! ,\
Sorry that we do( not have CUMUed Aft in the TELEGRAPH : Jerry stayed until Saturday placing a Want Ad to save money .
ing the home port of the LouIs M Bowen and children Shirley Put Yourself In the Prospects. Shoes:
NURSERY more news for our readers, Kyles Mrs. Carl Wlatrup bring reeaJt&SCllEDULE afternoon. Tony and Jean Ball Danny, charlotte and you're Inserting: your ad to get results
but unfortunately did not of ate Give full information. and all the de- and make money. Making' your ad too
we and the Egans, and as one of Keystone Heights supper Walker Ellis; Mr and Mrs. R.
O.C. Carnes Nursery find, many people at home Mr. Richard's daughters' with us Saturday' night. E. Poland and children Ricky, tails about Whait' you have to offer. short may cave a few pennies that lose -r''

Rbray 100. FlonJiotn when we were making our lives In Dewitt, N. Y., a suburb They moved from Gainesville Mike, Susan Cindy and Beverly Describe your offering in benefit terms you dollars In.results.

U Mlfee SB .< Stark calls. Please 'be sure to drop of Syracuse, their recent to Sunrise Park on Friday, ; Mr and Mrs. Bill Strick- tell prospects why your offer And It Is Easy To Order Your Ad ,,-i
Knnory Stock! Thousand l your correspondent a line, or report was Interesting one OF SERVICES and still didn't have their land daughters Sandra and satisfies their need Give sizes dimensions -

of Plants 4 Fruit Tret* to call him on the phone, eo that special trip was a boat ride PARKof I lights on. They had extension Linda; Mr. and Mrs. Robert capacity, condition, advantages. Trained, competent Want Ad-Visors will

efcoose from. Nice Shad Trees, we will have a more detailed from Rochester to Newark on cords run from the trailer Strickland and son Bobby: Mr. And don't forget price I Want Ads
Bvergreen .& Landscape column next week. I hope that the Barge Canal. the next door to keep the 'refrlg' and Mrs. David Nanta and without price are 80% 1 lean effective results. All you do Is pick up your

Plant. AU In container you all had a most enjoyable4th Mr. and Mrs. Walter Orollck PALMSSUNDAYS I erator going and to keep a fan children David Kevin and than ads with price. telephone and they do the rest.

Plant anytime. Camellia- .. of July weekend.A of Lake Santa Fe have returned on Shawn. Tony works for i Darin: Judy Weber; Mr. and

azalea. from two weeks vacation Sperry Rand, and Jean works ;, Mrs. J. H Smith: Prank

Let a* do your. landscaping Claifled A4 in: Ute TELK- tout to Chattanooga, for General Finance, so they Strickland: William Strick- Only $1 For 15 Words

Phono .....2185 OKAPH fcrtnn -.. ,. Tenn. where they visited Mrs. 11:00: A.M. 7:30: P.M. I will be commuting.My land! Mrs Barbara Vincent

Grollck's aunt Mrs. Thin-man THURSDAYS uncle, Alfred :Hudson, nd daughters Donna, Jan
USED CARS MURRHEEIiisurance Hutson. Mrs. Hutson accompanied 7:30 P.M. who fishes with me all the and Teresa all of Jacksonville, TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED ADS

the Orollcks on a tour FUNDAMENTALBIBLE time caught at 7 114" Ib. bass and Mr. and" Mrs. Frank Williams -

Hanks Used Cars Agency to Ashevtie. and Henderson- TEACHING Saturday morning. He already of Miami. GET RESULTS

BIG CASH DISCOUNT Richard loarrhM&to vllle. N. C. where they 'Visited has heart trouble, and I Cosine and Fried" Thieman.

TERMSBUY General Insurance friends and points of interest. Afl Services Held In The thought we were going to have Betty and Buddy Mangum and

SELL TRADE Five Casualty Marina Friends of Don Pangborn Congenial Atmosphere to take him to the hospital.He family Mrs. Greek and Mr. PHONE 964-6305 -

nt. 1 BOX: so Auto Bonds are happy to hear that he has Of The was certainly thrilled asanyone and Mrs. Johnny Jornson and (

Hwy. 100 S Mile S. _*-'wI KeyotoM Hslcnta &18-6," returned home following hos- Lounge. would be, catching children' Howard and Nancy, -

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them during the week. Y is visiting his sister and And that also Is the time They try to blame ?Jt on me). Arnett Craver, vllle on Sunday. 'have been 94 fires since Jan 1 THE RIGHT POINT for the
INDIAN BEACHFrom The Johnny Ross tamlly attended brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. When ,my grandparents get I';But one fine day my Granny Mr. and Mrs Ted Curtis andfamily Dennis Buddy[ Roark left this year and '776.1' acres way you write. Come in

the races In Daytona! Dick Hilllard. their rest. ",al.dPa.. ,of )Stewart, Miss, spent Monday for Parrls '}slnnd, 'S ,bu compared, to 69 fires and select your favorite ES-
( Preceding!: Pagel on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrsl) Doyle James She reaiy Is a doozy J I Will both throw up their hats. several days last week with' C. for his' basic training In over the same period in 1966 fountain
Falrcloth Mr. and Mrs. E D Hall and and Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler As anyone can see. ., When;they see their little Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Lott. Mrs. the Marines. He will be there and only 429.6 acres burned. TERBROOK pen.
wee$ Jn| Uvft .cottageMr Boss Christopher, and Johnny were In Miami over the. week* And If you ask: who made her I .M1l1Chelle, Curtis and children remainedfor for four weeks aod.tben. will ,
: and Mrs. Mr Johnny and Mrs. Quinn of Savannah Oa were end to attend the wedding of that way Has had some baby cats a longer visit go to Camp Lejeune, N. C for i ,
and family and weekend guests of Mr arid their neprew, Sargent Bros- e Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hardyof the rest ,of his training Serving Florldi'P
Richard Rau and family ofBeattie I Mrs. O. W. Ellis. hear. Roseville Oa. spent the CARD OF THANKS P 9p, J' Since 1030
Wash. were visiting Ansll Sweet of ,Yonkers. N This week Leeons Corner \Is Mrs. We wish Jo. thank. the '
.... ... weekend with ;Mr. and people c9odd t 8 D.r.
dedicated to grandparents, a. .
my Charles Hawkins. of Hampton community ffil .
....
.II
"ifflIIf'FI.,_! ..
4 = a Starke.Hubert So and now Palma here's Chltty Lreon.of NEWS And NOTES ,r' family Mrs Jo were Ann visiting Oehron Mr. and and and for receiving for your us fine so patronage warmly, -. ..... ..",.... I> .... -- .... .,........... ..,4

CORNER LEEONS CORNER For Today's Homemakers Mrs. W C. Collins and family during the three months we ( I '
x STAILISWS "ailSCHEIJLE" l last week. have been In business here.
: My grandparents have a cat By .Martha Sue McCain Mr, and Mrs. E D. Allen and The only Irience; we have lost :Mrs. Carolyn y CordiallyWelcomes
Her name Is little Mlschelle. Billy spent the holidays with are the ones we have tried to Eaves

'\ OASIS LOUNGE j' Just between you and me. County Extension Mr. and Mrs. David/ Allen In help by extending credit. Y'all J ,.
She's just as mean as beck. Home Economics: Agent ? Washington D. C. Come!,-Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Representative
You and Your
She likes to run and play: Mrs. Amelia O'Neal of South Craver. Ph. 961-5812
Your CLOSEST Spot For Especially In the yard. ,m -- I I Carolina, Mr. and Mrs William 122 N.. Bay St. Family to Your

LIQUOR WINES BEER It's a wonder she doesn't kill EGGS, in theegg, : mixture. Fowler and family of Rainfall(Above Starke New Home
herself
In most: homes, and I'm ,, Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs: '
; sure Cook over moderate heat. As
;
For June
P.M. Average
9 A.M.12
Open Because she plays so hard. [
In,,yours, eggs are a staple food "'the ,omelet cooks, lift ,edges Arthur Redding were visiting
Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M. She legs runs and hits the table that ,we\ ,Just cannot do without toward center ,and tip pan, ./so Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams. Rainfall in 28 of the 30' days' The State of FloridaIt
in planning and preparing that the uncooked mixtureflows Mrs.: J E. Sherouse of Margate :
: !
iake i You Feel and
And In ,June brought the, monthly Is Our Desire To Welcome
slowly gets up with a I
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHS family ,meals. Eggs can I be under the cooked portion. Fla. I is spending several '
rainfall to inches
average up 13.4 With Your .>
cough. You City.If
served! in so ,many ways and Continue cooking: until bottomtonight weeks with Mrs. Gertrude To Acquaint
She hits those 5-X.inches above the .50- ,
legs so doggone '
OR ,
QUARTS are an Ingredient In so ,many 1 (brown. Slade.
hard. types,of recipes' that they ,are Fold ,one-half of the omelet Mr and Mrs. C. E. Hinson year average New of.1.0.3 .inches;, you are new In the area, a phone ;
The RiveTpwer had
8 ML South of Starke on U. S. 301 She nearly knocks them off. }I
likely to appear in some format over ,the other half and serve and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph wettest
Inches, the place
When she is asleep. any meal. Immediately. I i McTague and family, Mrs. 5.4 the ,call will bring you a prompt visit ., !
in
county:.2 9 .Inches.
were{
Is when she is the best 4 And, in addition to their versatility NOTE: Use only clean, sound Margaret Kees of Philadelphia ,

as ,a food, eggs make .,eggs, in ,this recipe. 'Calories Pa., and Rev Tom Kee recorded er and.2.7 at inches thqSanta.Fe at the,Louis Tow from your local hostess.! Please give ,
a great contribution to ,the of Ala. have been ,
per serving! about 140. Tuscaloosa
nutrient content\ of diet VARIATIONS. : Spread tart V1.slttnaMr.. ,and Mrs. Dave: HUl Tower, in j4awtey', .usually her a call l She has maps and many
the wettest.place in.the county
4' are h.18'hlyvalued as a TheY.1 jelly or browned mushrooms on McCarver for the past two .Th.e county,average for the free and wonderful gifts for you i

in! The water's fine of protein. iron, Vitamin A |half the omelet just before weejcs.Mr week of June ? Come on at, 'Riboflavin, and are one of thefew ,folding. and Mrs.. George Williams 2 was 3.44 inches. l
foods that contain Vitamin of and Charlie Baker, and ,
Sprinkle ,top the omelet .
: There, were: no. fh-es{} in ,the I
D.Becauee. with shredded cheese, ,you Mr.an;J Mrs. I.. A. Wiggins'of county during the week. There' ,. -- ,
of the amount ,and favorite herbs, or bits of crisp Jacksonville ,spent Sunday} }In f
t. qiiallty of, their proteins egg bacon or ham. Daytona Beach wlh Mr. arjd11Qrs.
make a good alternate ,for Douglas Davis nnd family. SAMPLE BALLOT

I FONTANAVILLAGI meat. Nutritionists usually Se'tnt7.wtyVnnwnT/ '
suggest thata, person eat from + Miss Gail Saxon returned SPECIAL ELECTION
four,.to seven eggs a week, In* HAMPTONBy home with her grandparent!

eluding; those used ,In cooking. : Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pope, for Starke Bradford County Florida
,
If ,you are, counting calories; two weeks visit. ,
you ran figure that a large egg Mrs,. : has 80 calorics 60 of which visited Mr. and Mrs. F. K Lott JULY 18, 1967
U4UAA4 j.u.uuAUa
come "from the,yoke. over' the weekend.
When _you shop for ..shell Bible School Commencement Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Lott Jr. Initials of Issuing i-

I *K8T,,.you ,may find several Bible school commencementwas and family of High Springs, Official l l.No.

.IroA U_ "J nrV i grades., two or more size ,held Sunday night at ftnd Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sladeof ..,,_-_______ '
( within one grade. and con-- ld.r., Hampton Baptist Church during Starke were visiting Mr.
able range in price:per dozen. the evening service At this and Mrs. P. H. Lott Sr. over .
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,,- To be sure of getting quality time the children shared with the weekend.

BES7SWUU&IHG eggs, buy graded eggs at, a the parents the and Miss Janet Saxon of Gainesville .
tAl t.U songs ---- --- --------
POOtk"T X market that ,keeps them In refrigerated '- Bible verses,,they had learned Is visiting her grandmother -Signature f-ElectorSAMPLE

-=- cases, :The grade during the week.Following Mrs. Bertha McIntosh -

'ilueyeobinveyouru:! aptiteate ...:r- mark gives assurance that the the ,service, par- ; this week.
eggs ,were of a specific quality eats were invited to see some Mr. and Mrs. David, Brown
,
C ittagego_:......,-"C R wbea 70a -+br) .. at,the time of testing.\ If ,they of...the randicraft the children and daughters, and Mrs. Mina \' ,

teaM to fat Fonfanvi........to.IeIItaI have .been properly handled had worked on. Beckham have returned froma $ ", BALLOT .

W_ mnhg pool enjoy{ the .. since testing, there!; wiil l ,be little Rev. P. I*. Estes served as week's visit with Mr. and ,<, '. ,
1 loan quality. principal of the school. Others Mrs. Varnes in Ft. Pteice. .
hofiday;you and yocr' fioanOy ::J ,Eggs are the basis of varied ot\\ the faculty_were, Kon Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hicks SPECIAL ELECTION.
brave had m years! and delectable' eating;whether Horne,. Barbara Hill JoAnne visited,their aunt In Jackson- ,
'Pootana Village is Che> QncttMountains' is i you"serve them,as,eggs or, In Kicks. Margaret Crawford Starke, Bradford County, Florida.

largest lowtt...asd plain and fancy dishes. Consider -I Dorothy Estes Edith Kennan "
,: the multiple ,ways ,that Amy Williams,,, and Ethel Tld TIa io J.n-
] JULY 18 1967
laoi for from whore yon' &..! -__ eggs grace the family, table In well. A number of young ( apSti ,

IDEAL\ FAIIJlT'mOaT app dresslngv-ibicads. t1zel'8' salads\! and salad people assisting were Carolyn Initials "of;.Is' :

Z'rshkrg is tit ia Fs--&I.Utoanft. combination and sandwiches Elaine and Tony Kennan Joey suing Official l
-in with Sasser, Wendy and Debbie .No. __________
in May, and Janet end ttaking.equ \ vegetables and !cereals and. fin Hill,. and Debbl Hicks. Charles } ;'Fa un: ".
> dancfatcnni8,8hnfl3eboatdh. __ ally .us an ingredient in des Hinson\ worked with Rev. Es .
) racbackridincplenty serfs- cakes, pastries, cookies, tea each evening with ,the In- J. iOII --------------
ouuturtla\ and how many others ; ,..; ..
termedlates. lif' ., <, -c vrq .. "" !""'I .. ,
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and dot .
-. more to see pan you' think of, just off hand. ,PERSONALS it r- aSAMPLE. :
for children baby ( r i Caution Use of T + j .
Supervised play : ,, on Cracked, Mrs Hazel Salter and JoAnne < l'P1 .
Bitters avaflabla. Write er plow JlaryeDeletrf10nsf0daysakforBeeetvataea v Sendfcr i<%e foiled Eggs u. prackedor, and Elaine: Youngblood I 1UNf". ';,8u \;:
,soiled eggs may contain bactctla BALLOT
( FREE COLOR FOLDER, that can produce< fuod I were visiting relatives 1Blr\ :; ;- .
; ,
mlngham. Ala. last JoAnne
32gr-. Fontana Village Resort). oJ DcpL 08, Fwfena VaSage,tLA 28331SMITHCORONA pois9nlpg! ? ,, For your protection, ; remained for a week.month's "1 Qj SPECIAL ELECTION '
,use cracked or soiled eggs only,

L .. I when are an, 'the Ingredient foods In which are thoroughly they-: visit.Mr.. and Mrs. Edward Saxon J J Starke, Bradford County, Florida ,
.
and family spent the holidays
cooked.Hardcooked
in/ the mountains of North .Jti !
eggs are the Carolina JULY 18, 1967
.IJIll. ;
base for several popular dishes
Mrs. Buford Parker of Gainesville .
OI'Pf'tL'tt' } tlll to Pour an inch warm above water them.over HeaJust eggs was a recent visitor of / himu' pv o cm. To vote for electing or appointing the City Clerk and :

5 to, simmering and gimme 'I Mr..,and Mrs. Ernest Green Chief of, Police, mark a cross (X) of your choice,, in .
'ter ; '
n Ofle. withra.et Cooina.jI.to 15 minutesbythe clock. Cool:; Mr. and' Mrs. E. L Birt and* (For a'good deal on auto, the square at'the RIGHT of your choice. '
family spent ,several days,,last fire and life Insurance)
t eggs Immediately in cold water week__._ wIth__ Mr.. and MI''a Albert "'
ble n nn VOTE FOR ONE
e.par tizeL ov to..make J them.easier. to shell\ Blrt and family In St. Petersburg MERRITTWILLIAMS
and to prevent a dark ring .
: around the yolks. Mr\\ and .Mrs. Ernest I
34 3 Hunter In Pompano, and Mrs.

EGG:,Six, SALAO! eggs, TOASTWICH hard-cooked; :2 Minnie Weatherbee In Fort 117 N. Walnut St. DO YOU FAVOR THE CITIZENS ELECTING \ 1}

t rare.I, b tablespoons mayonnalee; 1,,. Lauderdale. Phone 964-5391 THE CITY CLERK AND.CHIEF OF' POLICE I
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Jarrett .
tablespoon mustard, prepared
;
and family or Rossfora. Ohio
TAT c one third cup pickle relish; 2 were, visiting Mrs. William DO YOU FAVOR TIlE CITY COUNCIL
tablespoons
Ar parsley, chopped
;
3S one-half teaspoon; salt;. one- Slade last week. APPOINTING TUE CITY CLERK AND
fourth teaspoon pepper; 12 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Craver STATE rA 1\II\ t1'fS\1lA' \ COM!>i\/tIES/ CHIEF OF,POLICE

slices bread;, :3 I eggs,. slightly of Marietta, Oa. spent Friday _Homt Ottieu; eiwnu'ntton' !Illinoi

beaten( ; onehalf.cup milk; one- night with Mr. and Mrs. f6639 .;'. .. .
half eupool1.saJ ,
Combine ',"" .... .. < .
chopped eggs,may.onna.lse ganlat; ,Mm. Carl Swisher,
mustard, pickle, summer organist.Sunday .
parsley, salt and pepper. Mix ,. School 9:49: : a.m.

well.Spread the mixture on six Uprnlpff' .Worship: !! 11 a.m.Sunday. The Ultimate in Electric PortableELECTRA20
slices <;\ (Nursery open both r' s
of bread; top with ,remaining ,hour' ) ,
slices. Blend ,.beaten'!/ .
eggs, milk. and salt* Dip each -Episcopal: -- -
r, air !o- r sandwich inthe! mixture., ,St., Anne's Rev. W. W. .A,. cll : t1IER 'S SOl\IUCII.1\JQ/
Cook on a hot.greased griddle WoretaU .vicar. _rtz 1t."b'air : : < TO SEE AND TRY IN A

until brown on.one_ aide; turn "Mornfn.Prayer-- .and Sermon r ; : :: \ ''SMITH-CORONA/1 IN
and brown the ,other side. ; 2nd and 4th:. .Sundays ICIAdrej
t {
<\'; Makes jiix sondwiqhea. 9:3O: ajn. (nursery' open.) -[ SEE. WHY
,
O* J PO Ttlt;
NOTE Use ONLY Sivirnr-coRONA? 6F.
: only clean Holy Eucharist And sermon "
> +' U PORTABL&-FO
QFFICE
J4 YOUR
j< sound eggs.in this recipe. Calorie 1st and 3rd Sunday, 9:30: a. YOUSSU1ANCESALL E
tr4i LQO r 0 II O.ta per serving- about 285. m.' (nursery Open). :Church i + ? AT- HOME-hj ,SMITH-CORONA' '. 'TIIE .

O .'i, I'JLAIJV,,OK FREAjCIIO.MELKT School, 9:30:' Uriw.. ?'HaJy..E1Jr.. pre iiejte'* a 9 .,erfect,4xample*t 1 I of SmithCorona's A '

r i by charist, 8 a.m.',each Sunday. > .* *v master craftsmanshipt A complete "
3 1. paalavrs" .-J Six egg three-fourths tea- Evening' Prayer, 7:30. p.m. V 'M electric typewriter built.into a hand- J.__..... 'i ..
t = The Coronet gives yw an the speed, east tndvondbrtff spoon salt, dash tablespoons each SundayEJYC, 6.30: p.ni. I ,mss oms..portable rnany',convenience i *: t_ s t
"' electric typing... t ooiy( a fiUtojgaara tbad tia cotieterdnaiy 'trl1 tablespoon' milk, :3 J each Sunday. inexpensive,Changeable: Type I" for lanti...+-''' ;;
its s} .. RW"t'f' butter; or,margarine. ,Dally, ,offices of ,..Morningan euajc*. apJence.andinathPpgoGsge", ; j) ', 4.-;:' -, "
,', ,"'>(\ .Beat eggs until, yolks and, Evening Prayer 8.00 a.m. ,j {,-", whites are well mixed.. Addsalt and 5.00; p.m. ,repeatactions ..*ven electric shift and'r rplac* br wlthoqt nel. offu charg:*will.
*pepper, and.milkMelt; the d gr gy (i spatmjr.. it.fia$ everything' : .. plus a. 12" b (.xc.ot fort,labor andy
._..T 'n\ PULL 88 CHARACTER KEYBOARD the AIMJ fat in a large fry pan and pour ,-L'uthersoLutheran; ; r ''I';'carriage. ... -for. -king-size Jobs., <"" proves nlownal.rw.wn.an.a d.Hdh..atnl.. i

'r 11 y I** on office electcica: plot tall-> *igth, up-front tab .. ? .Church of.ey- S11ECTRICS see" ., ft.Mara, of 0urchaae data.
lation. Stone Heights; :.)VicarRichard .No 'labor charge. wJthLn9o /
;,. Set clear tabulate from the fceyfaoard.
M yertminiver.. .,aer..wa,e.- ,days at. !purchaaa.Warranty .
5 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC'REPEAT ACTIONS= ., e IAS4 covers all parts
.,Divine, :worship, Sundsy,21m.lioiy : pie eNrS'
*" ', except motor, rubber
j V, at your:fingertip command space*,dots.d8Ibca."X..and, a, Crpmtnw! /Ibn ,2ndStutdayofyach v isle eMlurseel;vinyUlad carrying eat "varee..n.rrr.c.uree
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U..ARN TO UC3I-TWK PB underline.. Type faster electrfcallyi 'i. : I .mopiix." .," a no Addition l char t eLi : Doe charger* not.after cover 9O damage. day*.

IN .ONLY TEN DAYSI PERSONAL TOUCH SELECTOR tet the touch t .Williaiu'ilass c, Service held, each..J3un* from accident or nnjuae;
3utldiy
Get 51>record and Instmo. t float J please yon, and electjidty doe trio wade "pda& ". St. Wednesday.- ,.St. Ai\nc't, ,IDniscopAl l .end.at.nde only to orlJnal !*-
don pages in a bandsomcas< perfecT' every tune! \ ,J30; ,a,,,m., i amt arch, Keyvton[ ;jieighU.+ _ner., |
Mass and.foveaa 7 p. m -' "
Sot only $3.95 when you IJJJB, >. AIX< THIS AND'\ MORE _page Oage t. QpySe FVt.ftaptfst Yes we carry a complete selection

chase Saoutb-Cbrooa this handsome portablel .MW Adjustment J ,Forward-Glide f! top deck Quick: sa' 'H jJU. c. .Community,, ,church.-., \. It's true! Everything! you coold; wane ,' i+ of mo'dets( colors Ina type stvksl.. !

JD8.! aDd a deluxe't 'D<
KEEP FASHION WITH TODAY'S NEW KJND OF ELECTRICAL UYIM3( ( "" Canova.Warren.3ecretarj". .organist. Mrs.WtJVam !.. open 11 a.]1.m., 73'; .* p.. m. [burwrr the ease. that PfOfeSsio 1 i 1ch', $10 Gift' Certificate Toareall ]

Sunday\ School.: 940; a., m. yeF ot" J:45: t. innursery i stylish l Saint-CoL tM 4967 Graduate ,On Any ;

Morning Wor,hlp.,11. a.? m. [ .ypenf. :TrwliUnc.po. . -4% __ p ,- Portable ,Over JJ10Q jj j
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Only at la.. Ice 4:3$
.159.36Plus Nursery m. sen Joa. : p. m. tnynery open .....-. '
Tax only. :,q5W'. .I.iAwrepce ',Carroll, -
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BRADFORD I1'LORTL
-- COUNTY TTO.CORAP11. STARKT). pAGft TltTRTRRM I
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LEGAL NOTICE I OF SAID' DBCEXDI3NT. :
will ..not b. I will not woTiew b" roaponslblB formy Pet Show Set the schedule of activities resumed cutest nose, and others. Rains I Iron vs Lake Butler [there], Ton are* heroby not III-d thai
I re :0onHlbl debt contracted Wednesday.This I InHt..um..ntp"rporli""
any tlubt made by anyone othur by anyoneother The parade held last Friday 2:30: "
lo bn thu Hint will >
limit inyiwlf.. Charles. Wayne Rt.than I, Box myself Z13.' Low Uuwt In Elliott -. For week's special event will was a success for some' 120 Softball I Fri, July 7-Live Oak vs mum 'tt said, ..1'o.l..nt. nnd IIIIH t..ta'i. t,- rf
KlrfcUnd. '.::23 4tp 7/u Flu y Friday be a Pet Show to be staged boys and glrla. All participants And Pepsi-Cola I here 1. 7:00.: admitted to pn,. >biit* 1 In thlft court 1 I rovincetowral :,;

1/9 4tpT/Z7 I from 3 to 3 p. m. Friday on were treated to refreshmentsafter !, I Tues., July 11-Live Oak vs within you lira nix cfilftnilar.tn rtiiy. month Cumn.audun from> sn I"UO we.wnn" .. ......,_. ."m. tr
___ At PlaygroundThe the playground. All and Baseball ..''..'''. -1
boys their hot march through Pepsi [there], 7pm. Live the date ot thu firm publicationof 0...--... ... ... -.1,1 ViN ..'
.
girls invited to enter of nutlr to jipptmr in thiscourt .1) .eat .o wlws,
are as town Oak Branding Iron there V
GET CASHIMMEDIATELY : vs ] I and show ., It \;
ciumo. any '
Summer PIByaroundcomplet.ecl many of their pets as they I The playground point sys-I Ole man weather hay,played I 7 p.m. you can why the notion uf thus '
wish: dogs, cats rabbits, etc Fii., Live court lit admitting' unlit will to
; its second week of tem whereby each participant havoc the post few weeks. with July 14- Oak vs .
prohaid Hhuulil
nut stand un- Better Home Fnraltur OUOO
operation Friday, June 30 and Blobons will be awarded to can earn a given number of l Lake Butler there] 7 p. m. revnkeil.
I our athletic league n> only a
.- : after taking Monday\ and winners in, various categories, points Is proving' to create few scheduled games were< able I Tuea., July 18 Branding <|HTlifron: : Y JUI1OM A. YawnHJt'NT .Mraitfonl 8. Kdffuwootl A.ve. .:
: Tuesday off for the holidays such as largest pet, smallest I I great Interest With the boys to. be played. All gamjs !in the Iron vs Live Oak [here], 5 p. County Vlorhl.H r JackvUle, Fbrlda 820&,
I pet pet with the bl 'm-Ht earn. I 1 and elrls.' Each'weed' the highpoint Women's Powder Puff, and m. repsl-Cola vs Live Oak / / a.,nr>. II. Flare
winner receive a cel.tltlcate [here), 7 p. m. Attorney;
Men's league were rained out 0/23 4t 7/13 .
!Dr $25 TO $600 This pleasure trip will do you good! and,at the end of the and only :2 Bantam games and Wed., July 19-Lake Butlervs -
program the overall highpoint 2 Small Fry games were play- Pepsi-Cola [here], 2:30: ( p. INVITATION TO BID
total will receive: .a trophy ed. These games will be made I m. MTATN .'BY)K 'H-AHNtl( ,
.
DO YOU V The high point winnersfor up as time and weather per- Frl.. July 21-Lake Butler vs t'I 1 II II"'IUN I" 30:1.:
HAVE A"i the 2nd week wore Eddie T.VM.AIIAUHKM"'' : 1 b'LARIDAtlompntitlve
mlts. The schedule for the
Live Oak (there) 7 p. m. lI..al..d.
HIJs will
Too many payments to make? I' 'I O,1 Magee arBI11 Rosier ,Jn_tjie next week Is: be receive] by toe State Purchasing DRI VE-INS
: boys '..oup and for the girls. WOMEN'S SOFTBALL CommlHHlon until 10:00:

Too many bills to pay? / i "if'.l"G.. Sissy Long, Pam Rayburn. FI'ijlay.: July 7: IN OOI'NTY ..ri'PDR'RIN (' COURT, A.M.tile ,"wile 1-JUT.of, ar surplus. date. ahuwn propurtyJuly for.
Debbie Moses. and: SonJA: ,Biggswert v AND Foil 14. 1IIU7 Pine
linAHPOBDCOUNTY Sum
!? the jlucky: !:1es\ SeveQlIconfests ; Goodman ,vs ,. Be(;js, 7:30KFC : : 1 FIA HI loA. IUd Ill,.nke., riinilltlnnn- amilpecltk
:
J vs Clews/ : In ro: IlHtatn: of >atlon. may bn obtained OPEN SUNDOWN
DO YOU NEED I were held last! week Monday. July 10: ALl1011. HTAUL.INOKOniNHON from' the Htitto PuroliaMinir
l- k RESORT for boys( and girls. Sissy Long CnminlHHluii, ttm 111, William I
4 came out Crews vs Conner Ins. 7:30: : a/k/a .L ICI3 It. ST A RLINO.d"ce..d 11. llloxlmm building: Tnllnhauo : ADMISSION I I'
on
top In Air Rlf e
EXTRA CASH NOW? I KFC vs Goodman 8:30.: <
with f 12 points. In a trampo- MEN'S SOFTBALL NOTICn'] OF PII....".'!} FlnrlilaAI J. Day Adults 6tje
73c Students
'ALt'lS BEST OF ALL IN THE SMOKIEST! Enjoy the peace line contes Eddie Magee 'WB, TO AI.I }>1 1l1-l0\: Executive Director
LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR i and quiet ot the mountains-a riot of colors in autumn. ,. high ,In the 10 and '.under Thursday; July 6: INTEIUOdXKU IN TUB STATH 8/a>> 2t 7/tt Children Under 12 Free
I crisp, cool days. .. refreshing restful: Wghts .wonderful group.f Sissy Long In the 12 Register Oil vs Garden,
MONEY PROBLEMS .' t'oQd.Col"e: back.feeling fresh as.a' breeze. If and under, 7:30: : Noegel's vs FPC. 9:00.: .
youJike and Rlcfey Frlcfc
TIIUKS. Fit!.
activity, of June 22 game]: SAT. ,
\ dancing horseback riding craft took 1st in the 13 arid over I
wpderncsspack Register Oil Florida Theatre
making: : trips; bear and boar hunts, booting group. With the rain, upsetting vs Noegel'S JULY6,7,8 j
We /
Are Trained To Help! I fishing-lots rnorc! Furnished cottages outdoor 7:30: ; FPp vs Garden, 9:00.Tuesday : .
actlvlty, table games Double) Feature
lower after September 15-less crowded. for re.1l'I'llliOI/t July 11: Progranjt;
became.popular, with the.
phone 4982211. and girlsylth 1200 Combat boya FPC4" vs Register Oil 7:30: : Showtime-Weekdays 7:00: Sunday 3:00 I
Town finance: Co. I ; and Garden vs Noegel's, 9:00.:
Send fat ,getting, the mpst usage., SMAtL FRY BASEBALL .' .Sat..rdaY,1.:00 D I1NDRS
FREE COLOR FOLDER: .. ThOThy'Iots} ; eraqjrejl th.eli\ ; Wednesday, July 6 [Make-
D8 1
228 N. Temple Dapf. Fontana M.C
Ph. 961-7449 Village, trip to the Buffalo THURS. FRL SAT.
I I .1 Ranch last up game]: j, JULY 6, 7, 8 as
.- I Friday They made the trip on Yankees vs Ti ers' 3 p. m.Thursday. the ......
Doable
the.,, newly nrsiilrpH r."rii.t.lnn. Feature l l'regramlav..V'.4 .
------- July 6
I department bus... and for manythis : a e...... ... y.M ....
Yankees vs Cubs, 2 m.
p. ; -
was is\ ride. Tigers vs Meta 3:30.: ,
66Charleil

Two Locations To Serve You INS11ANT IOUSINGS I Our for ,driving thanks the bus" Blaloqk for, us.: Tigers Monday:
I TheTJnyTots' now hate better' Meta vs Yankees, 3:30.: WAIT '\
tllIllIltDMe>
1 _
than children, participating !- BOYS ilT plSIIEYS
BANT4M BASEBALL
I ..
D'ODSON OU In the very fine pro- Wednesday, July ,5: DISNEY'S.0 n.-- ,_
Bran al Plumbing )R BRUCE MARTIN FOR tram conducted by Mi's. Joyco Southern Discount I 11itAbhcTr ri "" .
vs BPOE
THE BEST' DEAL j ON A NEW OR Griffith and Jacqueline Smith.A [Make-up game], 5 p. m.
tand RECONDITIONED special l feature has beeit Thursday, July 6; PLUS ---

: arranged. for. the TJny., Tots as BPOE Southern Duct, 5 When man..woman..and &as
I they will appear on the TV i iI p. m.; Cunningham vs Police, : a pitted for the t struggle to dominate the arU

Supplies MOBILE HOMENEW I show.the boys Popeye's! and girls Pals.wlil Ten make of 6:30.:Saturday, July 8 [Make up nd d THIS IS,THE WAY IT WAS]

the exciting trip Wednesday. games]: m w r -
I July 12, while the, others wlU
cc
Cunningham vs BPOE 5
IN STARKE I be taken Monday, July 31. 'm.: So. Disct. vs Police, 6:30.: p- 9m SP; _

[, 12 WIDES FROM $3299 UP Watch for us. The Summer Monday,,July l6;: v
136 E. l all St. Phone 961-5206 program still has four,weeks of Sou. Disct., vs Cunningham,
8 & 10 WIDES,1 fun remaining so you boys 5 p. m.; Police vs BOPE, 0:30.: an.apomr hteA
RECONDITIONED I and girls come down to the ? n.wi MWiJa
,POWDER PUFf} SOFTBALL
..
KEYSTONE HEIGHTSHighway L -
Pratt St.; Playground and enJoy Thursday July] 8: / ,
2 AND 3 BEDROOM MODELS I'' Arts. and Grafts. _Tennjs. ,SBS vs Baldwin Chev. 8 p. Atet/ 1YIIa0111ittilt
100 Phone 473-3080 Archery. Air Rifle Trampo m.
All Ages & All Prices ''II I line. Softball and many other Monday. July 10: SUN., MON TUES.. WED. JULY 9, 10, 11, q
High Fashion Ccors! for the Bath
activities. Baldwin Chev. Jackson ..
Low Down Payments Monthly Payments Less! I I vs Every Tichvt Holder, Ou r nt d A Seat I
BidaSupply, r
By AMERICAN STANDARD Than Rent Post 56 Loses JR. BOYS BASEBALL l1fr( (i"i l /

.. Tb Thursday July 6: \ .If 7' ..--. J/ # ''I
FREE DELIVERY AND SET-UP Gainesville : t"fl1iiawaco
; Branding.Iron vs take But- ,. :
: ; I Books Palatka ler [tin Lake Butler] 2:30.: .DeviJ4 .

4:,>>bUp: 5Ari/ ert'ce; MobileNoes/ Friday! July ,7: may-core' in''' "" .
Mustang Starke's American legion Pepsi Cola vs Live Oak, dbKBgfita! Wild and
the skies... .\ ,' 'Jr' .
; team traveled to Oainesvll e West Side Park, 6:30.Junior : exci
Complete Line Plumbing Friday night June 30. and t devil-may-care: q with n. '
ran into a red hot team pacedby love attain on ,
Larry Sheffield Wildness the ground!" '" fighting ,.i
: l ysLeague I i, ,
bplane,1!
SuppliesWELL .. I
In the ,1'
I
early Innings PI'oved0\ i -!-*-'i titi'
be Starke's downfall Gainesvllle ." 6ibHOrbin/(!
I ,11 PlansTournament 'I ...".. I
DIGGING INC. scored three runa In
SEPTIC TANKS. MEYERS PUMPS U.s: Hwy. 41 North Phone 752.2797 1 the first inning off only one { !. i JOHN RICHARD
Lake City, Florida hit. A hot baseman two walks, > IIilIIIII'tn ... W. M rWe

Let Us Figure Your Next Job and a wild pitch accounted for I i1othcrN mAE........,CARReRAS...'OCNCHAffET- .J... ".flAYHMRYfU R 'i i !I IMICNEII J'
the l'una.Atter A meeting' WIth Interested
For Instant
Headquarters : Housing I mlVJif NOVAN.GEORGE BAKeR.JOSEPH FIIICKfR R
r -- -- the first batter had parties to promote a baseball' ;f > ,
A AYIN IIYt
-, ', .. .I I been retired, the second batterwas program.for boys age 13. 14 I 6 IRICNAQCARRWiJS'COLOPsyO.te t / *
.I I 0' f hit the third batter' and 15 was held In Lake But-
-- walked. Sheffield then tripled ler Wednesday, June> ?8. Attending -,. prowls I GEORGf PEPPARD'JAMES MASON URSUlA ANDRESS SUN.. MONTUES..

and scored himself on a wild ; the meeting \ ere representatives 'I:Jilt Bur, MAy ..._IRfYYgMPNN4NllIUEl10GEt! wIDNDIifAMO JULY 9, 10, 11
pitch. of Lake Butler, __CHRISIIAN IERffLIIDW'lUAMSJOHN'[ GVIUERMIN '
The second Inning was even Live Oak. and Starke. _,BNBMiWIMBASIUOIIUllCNIIUtoMi.WIOnilS[ ( UMUaSEXOIIMGEIUUHMUY'THUUS. ( ) j' Double) feature Program i

YOU Starke .The coaches decided to term .... .. .. .......... .
WOULD I more fatal to as the r ::::::.- "' \'- _"" ...ClNEIlASCOf'f eo.."DeU l
Gainesville nine crossed home the age group Junior! Boys
I plate ten times, utilizing only Baseball and .scheduled a .Bodies, IMJ ;

t I II two hits. Two hit batsmen, number of games between the ., FHL SAT. JULY 13 14, 15 evujwtiere| ( I ,'
I three walks and a errct did the tour teams to leaf up to ...w at': a
the real For' all a Junior Boys Championship
purposes damage.the game practical was 'X' urnament. The tournament Walt.. .SDOW"1Ir... '=Seven : body ta do? ,Rf

oVer alter this Inning. will be held In Starke starting Dishes Dwarfs I

Monday. July 24. .. .. _. ,
I BEL-IEUE. I Post.58 got on the scoreboard L -"- 9mRoyaS* T.CHNIOOLO..tIt!] .ww_er..rr !
In the fourth Inning PLAYING .SCHEDULE I

scoring two runs and added ,Thurs., July: 8 Branding\ -- .- -- .. -- -. 1 1
their final two In the eighth. I
Paul McLeod started for II I

Starkeand. was relieve Howell who had two i
$ of Starke's seven"hits. The ,
Only
$1095.0INCLUDING loss was.Post 58's second both ta..eea.e..
to Gainesville, against two I EonRRNDQ1wsRERGER

I HANDSOME CARRYING CASE wliv- I Crown I II .

Post 50 played{ P ./atkaItherel
[ J on 'Wednesday,. and I
will play a return game with
them this Friday at BHS field
For this. I ...W.3ya .00..a.n.N -r

SMALLEST ELECTRIC :Sailor Charged ; FAMILY! FUN SHOW -PLUS-SUPERIOR

WORLD'S l' OFF-BEAT. t AND
Accident '
IH .ORIGINAL-IU.IIMU! '

ADDING MACHINE I HR JfflL 4wk.JB I / -
A Cecil Field sailor was jJmy *%|

Adds I I of charged lane when wltyi improper he crashed change j : j ,, p 4rf
into!
I a station wagon driven 30 DRIVE-IN 'W.f.
Subtracts Jennings
Thelma Marie 58.

; I Starke In .Highland.'paturday,j <<. .1''iI. .
" Multiplies but all seven persons In the
I two vehicles escaped inJury. i '
.
Credit Balance : .Mrs.Jennings. a Starke teacher -
was traveling north, on ceo--(ctf1iCSMi
U. S. 301 In the outside lane -.
of the divided hlnhwar. Frank WEDNESDAY NIGHTS. STARTING JULY 12 ; i3 Jaj! tCiNPf1OOeISUGGESrEO : : ;'\ ,

TOTALS TO 999,999.99 Nolan Kates .21, was also fon MAIORE AUolENtnf
I traveling north In the Inside AND ':EACri: WED/ NIGHT THRU AUG. 2

j lane.Kates,, started to change I I II II I WED. THURS.

, At Last! A Portable Electric Adding Machine With The ,': lanes Highway according Patrolman to Florida W. E.I See A I! __ JULY 12, 13.. _"

Touch And Keyboard 'Arrangement Of A- Sundbel-f\ and crashed Into I
Speed .
tht left front of Mrs. Jen I: ElVIS mESI.EY r.
, Heavyweight Machine. I nings' station wagon. I COMPLETE MOVIE PLUS CARTOONS I .

, I The station wagon traveled I Jis lQlHaWiii3JiS
153 feet to the right shoulder
S APPROVED AND ENDORSED BY PROFESSIONAL before It' came to res!:. Kates' I I ;tU 1 1i
10 KEY OPERATORS. INCLUDING CPA'S 1967 Chevelle skidded around PRIZES AND SURPRISES lal _
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, BOOKKEEPERS and came to rest on the same, 'HALWAWS.a.::-

O' shoulder) facing south about:' ,

4 Compare With Machines Costing Twice As Much! IS wagon.feet north of the station -' ADMISSION R.C:FUN SHOW

Damage to the left front
SEEING IS1. ELI :VING end of the 1&4J3 Dodge station' Starts
, WednesdayI
I wagon was,estimated at $200. 6 R. C. BOTTLE CAPS FOR JULY -
12ADMISSION
( Damage to the right side of I

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I Kates'; Chevelle was estimated I EACH PERSON !,
at $450.
I j j 6 R. C. CAPSiiiinFsniv.
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... Edward Tho Northwest Quarter of the defendant, and to subject the, otherwise, the allegations of the
NOTICK OF 11KNTION: TO 1'v r/rtiAI4At' VII tt doeaesd ii suit tart rude dimrt or alive to-wit:
7 please be present and! on time. / V and ,married Northeast Quarter ((1'1 W ki ofM0' I of all to will be taken a* con-
!;(.IH'ricii Ficririoi ti! x 'ww ( i\i 1. A( r'<>\ Futch nlim knnxftertruAc n H" Mar\ : L>l< kerMon It Intereet co-parcerner tossed
-Mrs. Gertrude Carter, reporter Notion 'In hereby nlviii Unit CAsW' ] 1IO.! lee Jrlli. h. d,"i a,..cd. ..n' h his. unltnown spouse. Thomas JHurrlii. :%'\ ) of "Wml..ii' !ia, Tjiwnihlp an equitable- lien In favor of by you.
the IIn.I"'IIr"ed.l under the .provlnlun J "' l'I\I v.1"r .lit and wlfnPRljVATT late of Bradford Countj( ,, ', Flor" and If married hla unknown 5 ""lh.It"e. M What, bythriitivh plaintiff and aatlfy the _me I It In hereby ordered that
of ChHptpi,. jo'15,! .i I.Iu wN '"::NIJVH: / r.vl\ spouse. J..nnapte. H Bur- under or against each from the proceed of any partition this Notice shall be publishedonce 4
Oreater Allen Chapel AME i of Florldn. Ait (if 1IM1 wllreolMter \ Plaintiff ida.And the. following ClaiM. Bh..nllInla. i In. and If married. her unknown and every, unlit to
with the Clerk of the vu'MEI.VI the Florida. Land .spouse, C. C. !llarrla, ('h... A and ClaM U defendants, of said. plaintiff, their "said coparcerner consecutive weekly Issue
Church, Rev. L. A. Samrson Circuit Court In' and fur Bindford ; U. PtJTOH.' BT AU, and ImmlvrHtlon. Company, a IJrannmn (o Hill .Frank UauK you and each o-f you are hereby and ald Clan. A defendants The Bradford County Telegraph
pastor Sunday School, 10 a. County Florida" upon. ilet.ndap J Florida whomcharter "r. .and If mai.rled hi. unknown notified that A suit hall been to said land against I a, qualified newspaper publish.d ,
m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. proof of pul>IU.-ailon of thlM nonce Orilrr' al Viih'lfMlunor '. assist 1\0(1. has corporntlon xplrc'd. and all\ unknown upouHtf B H Aldvn, and. brought aualnst you and "Bl'h.of the right, title interest. lien' 'In Bradford County Florida
of THB1Ul.NUIIOIl.V If married his unknown spouse. you by I.I C. Prevatt, Jr and I and claim of each said Clan B and having a general olroulatlonk\
7d'.t with the Youth in charge The the fli'tlttoui RWSTAITRANT name 1:. ,,/alt I, l I(1 the :flame lit (be Inlmnntu. It,l by throughunder <'hl, If alive. and! If any of them be U n"vlf>ve Pruvatt, hla wife a. defendant, and you are hereby In "said County. 0,4+
n
speaker will be Master Joseph 8 Rat Hi>uth. "HtMfke' Kin Utii'Vlnrlilm' TOi or against AHKocliitlon, wl IIOH-11'0FIo.rllla de-nil' 1. then to the unknown living plalntlffa' and also a..ln.tth..lr summonsed and required. to onor Witness my hand a* Clerk Seal
James Jl n.n-lit'Ht. l I'. O. sox The Vlowlnv, : IIIIKITHHBerentn I devisees. hi>lrn. Krantovftli'KMtHfM ru-pareernora Ancll, Futih before August t. H)07) file wild Circuit Court and the : "
Morris. Evening service 6 p members partncrM liennrx.ercditora_ < andother and Margaret Putch, his wife your answer or other defend to of ald Court at Btarke Bradford
Fin nol "wl1..r.1Il1te,1 .
"Starke.
414 (fuse| I' icft'rulunt'' the un "topraHontiitlvca' nffics> Florida thl* 3rd)
m. with message by the of JUlY A. claimants undur or Van !Pinch and Helen Futih hU said cult In the office of the County
thin 8ril day k n..w"1.\ .*, devlaeos*. : "arrantee. and pl..t. business In unknown Mllas .. trt July 1961.
Slnrke, Hiuilforil HHaln nai h MIII'h deceased| da- wife. Mrs Lacy H Kutch Clerk of ald Court at Stark. day
'Ilia? at unknownhalos
pastor D l '<'* I i-n''us. irmiitor and 1 and all COURT SEAL)
< Knti
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| i C1KCUIT
Lets Klo-rlda. under or r""I., .ntH 1. Putch, Melvin B. Finch" and i Florida and to serve copy (
Go $ County .Ih'r 7/6 4tp 7/271| tier or ,i'>tiilliHI "Ruh: Lacy R.1httrh .I I against" laid ('hl ,",,'" < "ii used. f'vld. b'utch. derrxnod I lalnilnK) any Intermit ,In,, or lien described land betweensaid ey.. Therun A. Yawn and Hollis, Clerk of Circuit Court nIl
A Classified A4 .In the TELEGRAPH :- ,. Florida
i\I\ j\\ h\ IMI of llllltthorouKh and their. laidcopari V Knight, whose address I : Bradford County
fnllowlnnilofun'lantii I the following landu In llrailfnnl plaintiff
AlHo- mh of the on
I'llKIir usItr ( .1IpIy." Florida" u..h'> Ul to .
I. TIIH 74t
brings remits- I AM: KOH till.\I>I-IHI (.III ,- l Pr..vutI.,I. 'h'1, .rtterd., I H, M Pre- not known to b.! <'ouiitv. Florida to-wit: ,
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By Lynn Hamilton\ } "

Evinrude Dealer .a .t" j GET UP TO ,I

LEARN TO WATER SKI : or GEORGIA j I Merchants.+
IN TOUR LIVING ROOM; (;shGRADE "A" FRESH I
4 0 0
You can learn to water ski I IIF
in your living, room, says Tom '
Darwin, former midwest GREEN STAMPS
champion and advisor to Evln ; EXTRA FREE STAMPS ***?* :
I
rude Motors. ? ; : WITH THIS COUPON
Dorwin recommends the' 1{ R. y. II. R. .

fastest"dryland way technique for beginners"as !.he'to< [ ,, 100 FREE STAMPS WITH $ 5.00 FOOD ORDER ;

learn this water thrilling sport.and It's challenging actually -. ,1 I 200 FREE STAMPS WITH $10.00 FOOD ORDER r

simulated skiing, nail QUARTER LEGS I 300 FREE STAMPS WITH $15.00 FOOD ORDER .
Dorwln "The dryland technique '- .
: gives you the feel of I ''a k = 400 FREE STAMPS WITH $20.00 FOOD ORDER =
skiing and Instills confidence. .
OR BREASTS
With the help of a friend, SUPERMARKETS I

preferably an experienced! : IN ADDITION TO THE STAMPS YOU RECEIVE WITH YOUR PURCHASE.
skier, can learn the basics
you .
III"
In a few minutes anywhereeven Price Good Through The Weekend .--- MR _VOID AfTERi July 8-67 lO Ir rE Ir It t I

In your living room. All Quantity Right Reserved.\ n ilia r 1
you :need Is a pair of water
akin and a tow line 1 :

Before instruction begins, doa (KRAFT HICKORY SMOKED. or HOT or REG. i .
few deep knee bends. Thli EVERYDAY LOW PRICE
will loosen up your leg muscles/
and sharpen your sense of bul BAR-B-Q SAUCE ,I

ance.Ski bindings are two pieces a 1B : LISTERIME : oz. 69 C

of molded rubber. The front 1 i os. I .
3
the heel $1.00
piece la stationary; BTLS. (

piece slides forward on "run r. -'" ... ""..',". '" ..:,_....;: _..#;,.!".j!Ul1 .
:ners" for a snug comfortable
flit. If you are :near water, wet '
the bindings and your feet. .1'YOUR CHOICE! SAVE U PTO 40* LIMIT-1 0F YOUR CHOICE WITH $5.00'OR MORE ORDER. NESCAFE' FOOD FAIR 1
Your feet will slide Into place

easier Grasp when the wet.tow lIne handle. 10 or.

while the your tow Instructor line. He should holds onto be. INSTANT COFFEE JAR.99cl: 79c

about six to eight feet away.
Lower yourself into a sitting
position. The skis should be j
positioned about six Inches YOUR CHOICE! SAVE UP TO 35* LIMIT-I
apart, your knees together and
arms outstretched. If done cor-
rectly, the tow line handle will / f GIANT C GIANT C
,be in front of your knees. This DETERGENTS BOX BOX
simulates your "starting posl-
tion" In the water. ,
Have your instruotor pull I
you Into the standing position,,
knees slightly flexed. The feel- [: SAVE 13; REG. 23t ing la the same you'll experi
enceWhen/ an outboard boat
pulls you to the surface. Don't
try and stand up; let your Instructor DOG FOODiOe:
do all the work. Re-
peat ,the! process several times,
at least one half dozen.

"It's so simple, people have. ,. '" -
a hard time !believing that it u ", ""
n '-<< '
works," says Dorwln. Accord- IS : 1 7: .
Ing to the champion, don't be DAILY-FRESH ',1"E S'H ,
TENDER GROUND DAILYSAVE
skeptic. It really does.
; 1 U.S. CHOICE

.' :'fBAKERY: GROUND BEEF.i.i.I'CEDNEWI ,
Colored Citizens t

News DANISH l' :;relit, eld k 1 MEAT TEAK SALEu.

3 LBS 29 .

NOTICE I : COFFEE RING @ 4i'1l. S. CHOICE BEEF CHUCKSTEAK

Dell Chapter 168 will hold .
Its regular meeting at 8 p. m 20* LB. NEW ZEALAND SQUARE CUT SHOULDER LB 49' *
Tuesday July 8. In the ,Ma- *IT'S .IN o o
5 9c
sonic members Hall are on Brownlee asked to St.pleasebe AU THI BAG" LAMB ROAST LB 39cSAVE '
U.S. CHOICE RIB or ROUND BONE i."
present and on time. Business 30* LB. NEW ZEALAND SHOULDER
of vital Importance.Rev|[ -

Damon Dell, W. P. Sister Al- LAMB CHOPS IB 49cSAVE STEAK IB 88c
mon B. Bacon W. M. ONION FLAVOR 0 0
CHURCH NEWS 30* LB. BONELESS ROLLED
Bethlehem Free Will Bap-

tist pastor Church Monday, Rev.-Choir Lewis McKay No. 3 SOFT ROLLS LEG VEAL ROAST LB 89c u. S. CHOICE BEEP CLUBSTEAK 1

and Ushers Board No. 2 will SAVE 10* LB. FARMER GRAY ALL MEAT SKINLESS
hold rehearsal at 7::30. Tuesday PKG. :' LB 98ci
-Choir No.' 2 rehearsal, oIt i c PSALMS 49c 0 0
3 5 FULL IB
.
fi p. m. Choir No. 1 rchea.r al. ONIr i
7pm. Wednesday night General SAVE 10* PLUMROSE IMPORTED
Prayer Meeting. Thursday U. S. No. 1 BAKINGPOTATOES "

night Story Hour at the '. SLICED: HAM 4* oz PKG 59c
church, 7:30.: Ladles will i.eet 1O 59

at the home of Mrs. Gladys I SAVE 10* AZALEA HONEYNUT PURE PORK i I BAG
Blye at 7:30.: Friday night '
'ALL' VARIETIES FROZEN
: JUICY CALIFORNIA
Prayer Band meeting at home SAUSAGE
12 oz PKG 49c
of Mrs. Allen.

Sunday Is Youtr Day. Sun- BANQUETDINNERS SAVE 20* GREENDELL BREADED ((6 to Lb.) LEMONS 12 FOR 39c
day School 9:45: with Mrs.

Rtsby superintendent, in I VEAL STEAKS[ LB 59c FANCY YELLOW GLOBEGNIONS
charge. Morning service at 11 : '

with the youth In charge YP- SAVE 10* LB. FLASH FROZEN 3 35c
CL meeting 4 p. m. Evening BAG
a .
service action.6 p. m. with the youthIn I '3 FOR $1 GROUPER FILLETS IB 49c .

Plans for the Annual Wom-
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_. .
en's Day program are taking ;itN, /'' r
ehape with Mrs. Sarah Princeas
chairman. Termination 1 li I
--fir gf
date July 23. All members are JUMBO SIZE LUSCIOUS ..
asked to cooperate In hPautl- "
lying the church.
The youth of Bethlehem '
e Free Will Baptist Church will CANTAL@UPS2 79c
do Jobs such as cleaning FORRI.AMA
yards, washing windows and
'other odd jobs to obtain mon-
to i beautify the church.
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[The money gots to the chJrchI 1 CANS, WALNUT BRAND ... .0:4 ..... .t.- ..----------- .
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I and not to the Individuals.For CREAM: STYLE CORN 8/$1 '"'' M I
> information, contact Dea- i.mm EerJi(): : = j ------------eiJj.:

(con Prince on Old Lawtey I! a II. ClUo'lAO MONOGRAM discount<: SAVE 38 Road, or. call 964-6138. LONG GRAIN RICE 39t! I MERCHAIITS GIIIII, STAMPS : MERCHANTS GREEK STAMPS I MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS..
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Antloch Baptist Church, I 4 .*. CAM REDBIRD. health EXCEUlSllif,1! 67c : CiIO -GIANT- 1-LI-...- ee l:iijr .7-7"- ---e1--" : :| $B -1-Liss--CANS-.-HILU I
Rev. L. W. Thomas pastor. wsand : QQ;: aet.fi Tease : .I! DOG FOOD
Sunday School 10 a. m MornIng ; VIENNA SAUSAGE .-. 10 ,.._._ x.,..__.RING,. ,-_._.i. _:. TOOTH. BRUSH .r I i. .-...-- -- ...!
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Worship, Ham. Baptism -------11.11______. ..------I'ti:61_-__-..."' .:=:: -rl7I -';=-=:
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Church will be held at 12 at noon.Bethel Candidate Baptist 1 FRUIT COCKTAIL .J 19t! beauty SAVE 37*! FAMILY SIZE TUBE c.' 1ii lj Jj! r------ --l r.N-x.1j! i I ea.AR. ,II !

for baptism to Clarence Williams M *(. in. STA.FIO j! .. / .. /RrRA _-_ :I I .. I r ___"--J.
Jr. Evening service, 7 aids PE I .. ....... I 1 .Ref eRTRA I
PSO"i
Choir rerearaal-. 7 m. FABRIC FINISH 49 ,; ?!, 58c : MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS I I MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS I i MERCIWITS GREEN STAMPS I
p. m. p. ''
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Thursday at.the home of.Mrs.BenJce I Il I _.Du,M.. .MOe1Yt I
I
; IIYGUUTW'"P"CIC'
: -
e a. CAN .* 1IBIV ASSORTED FROZEN J Y.Ut CHEESE! I .
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gist
;; Alston 1515 Eaten St. L "' L COTTAGE :.I: ____eg ..3 !. ....I: I! ._ !U AO. tl.s.-!
i FRUIT DRINKS ; .
.fill members are asked] t. l 10fS "' o : 6----e.-N-7-U.N-::. .,,;-1------.. :--:: .- ----.:#
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