Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 20, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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New\' Ag ComplexTo 1.s, "Y '. ,wl Supt. Casey Proposes

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Bradford's new agriculture 'r .
complex to go up at the fair r- Education Program
grounds ,will be concrete block
and brick veneer the County Students To Get + + Faces $128,379

Commission decided Tuesday "" \ .:".,. ShortageA
night 'j

Contract) for the complex Spring VacationFor I 1.6 mill tax increase
was also awarded
Tuesday .<
; has been
night to meet Construction I proposed by

Company of Keystone Heights. ,'J Supt. Tom Casey in an

for $65,074, lowest of three First TimeA effort to keep from cutting .

bids submitted July 5. The Bradford's education

Commission decided after anhour's unique school calendar for .1, program in the face of a

discussion against us- the 1967-68 term will give $128,379 shortage of anticipated
ing the new Phoenix stone a students and teachers week's
a revenue in fiscal
concrete material made with
spring vacation for the first '
lllcone to make It Jrr 1I 196768.
Impervious time In Bradford County's, his- .'
to water and stains. The alternative Casey

Three board members. h tory.The spring break Is made .r told the School Board ina
Chairman:: Dave Shuford 7.* lra 4 a # special meeting Wed-
r possible by cutting the annual ;
Hamilton and Buck Norman G.e two-week Christmas vacation r nesday afternoon, Is to
I /I
went to Palatka last
week toMe
the new material which ito six days, beginning Christmas w ::"' :.::4 cut back on existing; pro-
Day, Dec. 25, and ending ,.: grams. The superintendent
Architect Frank George has "
the some time as usual Jan.
used In his home. The com .1 2, 1968. The spring leave, 'City (Clerk Merrill Edwards. sport. a wide grin Tuesday had predicted last

missioners and County Agent which l Is being Introduced as night after liln office wau kept elective by a I-to-1 margin. week the one-year-old

George Hugglns, who also an experiment 'to break up the The clerk had worked hard during the "oampiUjpi" but said kindergarten program
made the trip all were 1m- long 18 week second semester he la ready to start the race for the regular election In would have to be the first

Continued on Page Two] 1st Lt. Richard( tfockel receives. guidon from Capt. James Bloodworth an hn takes. will begin Monday April 8, September. to go since it Is the county's -
over command of the local National Guard (Company, on July 12. Also, shown In. iuldon and classes will reconvene the most recent additionto

Bearer Robert Lapp. following Monday. April 15. By 4-To-' Margin the school program.

5 Escapees adopted The new at a special calendar,meeting was The Board listened to
Co. D. Command Casey' suggestion which
Changes of the Bradford School Board
would. cost the county' taxpayers
last Thursday night. The Voters Favor l somewhere around

Caught Sunday change underwent about an $&1,1500. then set a public
1st Lt. Richard H. Jockel unite In the brigade. The local lahasnee as a sergeant and Hour's discussion, Supt. Tom hearing neidt Thursday. July

assumed command of Co. D unit has seven!' officers, five attended the first class of Casey said. 27, at 7 p.m. to go over the

Five escaped prisoners, all (Malnt) 53rd Spt. Bn., the warrant officers, and 186 en- Florida Army National Guard School begins this ,fan on .. budget. The hearing Is required -
considered dangerous and all local National Guard Com listed men. They will attend Officers Candidate' School at Tuesday Sept. 0, following the Elective PostsVoting by law before the spendingbill

serving long sentences In the pany on Wednesday, July 12. annual summer field trainingat Camp Blending In 1961. After Labor Day weekend. Preplanning can be approved."I .

State Prison at Ralford, were Lt. Jockel relieved Capt. Ft. Stewart, Ca. August graduation, from the Florida for' teachers begins have /the responsibility
apprehended In Jacksonvilleand James F. Bloodworth who was OCS and appointment as 2nd Monday August 21.
620.Upon nearly 4-tol to keep the offices of city to carry out a quality (education \ -
Clay County Sunday promoted to Brigade Maint- returning to Starke lieutenant he attended the Going through, the year "
) program, If possible,
and chief of elective 924 Starke residents
morning July 16. enance Officer after commanding the unit will move into the Ordinance Officers I Orientation there will be two student police

Three were arrested by a Co. D since March new $220,000 Armory on 1 Edward Course at Aberdeen Prov- holidays, but teachers win turned back a proposal that the City Councila appoint Supt."With any Casey help said at, all adding from,
squad of Jacksonville policemen 1964. Bloodworth is responsible Road, the newest arm- ing Ground, Maryland. /work on Oct. 26 and 27 to +.It.c +..u r-fc f UUI\fftnnt:.,*. the Legislature we could haw

as they slept In .the home for the coordination and ory in the state. Plans are Jockel Is principal of Bradford coincide with the University Only 242 ballots were cast was because they felt the made it." He then added:

of a woman friend. Anotherwas Implementation of the maintenance being formulated for an open Junior High School and of Florida Homecoming Week for appointment of the two Council has not received the "I'm not afraid to ask the

found. at Penney Farm program for the entire house and dedication Lt. Joc- has nine years experience in end.The posts in a special referendum cooperation it needs from the: people to support education.

and the last was arrested In brigade. kel, says. education. He taught biology Thanksgiving holidays Tuesday In which 1,188 voters clerk. 'The Legislature:\ has mod
.the town of Green Cove The Starke unit,is a. main Thsnew"" .commander first .at" :,pradford .Hign. for five will coma on, Thursday ,,and went to tha*,polls.- election "It went about llJt Springs by'C3ay""v'Snefirf'authorHl tenance company In !he 53rd enlisted In the National Guard years and was principal of Friday, New 23 and 24, this officials. voided 19 ballots pected It to go" Williams man Rodney Hall observed.

". Armored Brigade. Its mission while living In St Petersburg. Hampton Elementary for /term. marked incorrectly and threeof aid Wednesday "I feel the The shortage cornea from

The officers surrounded the Is to furnish maintenance and He was transferred to the three years until moving to Planning days for ,teacher) 73 absentee ballots were people voted. primarily to retain two sources Casey said Legis-

house in Jacksonville about 7 supply support for all other local unit from a unit In Tal- the junior high this summer but holiday. for students are not returned. their right to vote. I lative action In the recent session
a.m. and one officer was let also set besides the Oct. 26 Just over 53 per cent of the don't blame them a bit either.. will cost the School

In the house by the occupant. and 27 ones previously men city's 2,231 registered voters Clerk Edwards said after Board an estimated $08,879.

Each of the ,three escapees No Increases SeenB1Idget tioned, for February 22 and turned out. the vote Tuesday "the people Two years non-payment' of
gave an alias to police: but 23, and Match 29. A smiling City Clerk Merrill have expressed their WTJ he.." timber /taxes will cost the

they were loon, Identified by Burring lost days on account Edward had predicted that He deplored the antagonismthat Board an estimated $70OOO
prison. offlcHli.: of delays or. Inclement weather 1,200 'ballots would /be cast and has flared between himself In anticipated revenue bring

They were Identified as Nor t' s Y the 67-68 term will end that those favoring appoint- and the Council stating Ing the total to $128,379.
wood Wilson, 33; Phillip Per- ReturnedTo for students on Thursday ment would get "275, If that he has repeatedly offered his Total county school budgetfor

kins, 25: and Bobby Ray Clen- June 6. Post
nay 38. Wilson, who escaped teachers will end June 13. 'the one-sided Issue as a vote that he offered it again on the Wednesday' by Supt. Casey .la
July 0 by sneaking off from The 1968 Summer Program of confidence in himself In the Jaycee sponsored political forum $1,539,052, an increase of

his duties as a trusty aroundthe Sheriff will begin Monday June 17 two-year running feud with over WPXE Radio' Mon $172,873 over 1966- 7. The

prison employees ,bachelor) JudgeBudget and run until Monday: August 'the City Council. day night prior to the elec major portion of that Increase

quarters, had. served about 5. Bdwards had stated all tion. The offer IB still open, goes to instructional salaries

five years of a 37-year sen t along that the voters would Edwards says.Byetandera which Casey proposes go up
tence for kidnapping in Dade requests for fiscal 1967-68 from SheriffP. r 3 Hampton Men not want to place their city at the polls $129,607 over this year.'

County. D. Reddish and County Judge T. A. Yawn were returned 'I government "in the hands of Tuesday as the votes were The only place Oov.' Claude
Perkins had been serving a back a proposal that the City Council appoint Train For Job Corps a few." He called the move being counted asked Edwards Kirk helped the school pro

sentence which could run to requests to pare them down to 1966-67 size. ,creeping socialism. If he planned ,to run for his gram, Casey says is on. instructional
10 and had been
years Clenriey Three left office In the electionin
The sheriff's budget totaled Hampton men Perhaps the only thing the regular salaries. Every
convicted of breaking and entering $8,418 more than last year's at last Wednesday July 12, for ,clerk ,and Councilman Merritt September."I teacher will get a raise rang-
In Lake Chairman Dave Shuford
City. "
Job Corps training: Williams agreed upon was that never stop running the ing from $100 to $350 from
He asked five
$96,780. a
A fourth Gary F. percent suggested the budgets be returned -
Lyman. 27, escapee was found walk- Increase 14,418, and the and the officials be Nathaniel Woods, P. O. i many _people voted to retain clerk answered then with a Kirk's salary, which will total

ing through the community of figure included $4,000 to cover asked to trim additional costs Box 84, went to Isabella Job 11 the elective system because big smile :Jokingly gave his $85OOO state wide over a
Conservation Center I lhey-'felt they would have. less listeners several campaign three year period.
retirement fund costs transferred Corpe
Penney Farms about 9 ajn. out of what they already
voice in If posters he had handed: out This coming the bill
: city, government year
The Robert Lee from, the state to the Commissioner Jerome Johns Finland Minnesota.
Sunday. fifth
1 control of prior to the vote Tuesday. He Increases of
'they gave up direct will mean salary
Robertson was found In Green county by the Legislature. The moved to return the budget Willie Durham P. O. Box he would
told the bystanders estimated I67.0OO In Bradford -
he; two Councilman an
Cove. Lyman had. been serving increase' would have gone for requests and the commission 35, and Samuel Clark P. O. |
start the race
Williams and Nell Tucker were September County.
deputy salary Increases. the Box >A went to Job
eight years for holding upa unanimously approved 39 Toyon "
perhaps the'most outspoken "right now. Teacher salaries also will go
asked $26,402 an. '
gasoline station In Jackson- The Judge move. Corps! Center: Redding; Callfornla. -
of the Council!
member has
Increase of $2,423 over his Johns also noted the $9.000 ., '!proponents' of the appointive Only up because !the county
ville.The 1966-67 which wouldgo system but both stated it [Continued On Page Two] 183 state approved Instructional :
other four also trusties budget contingency fund In the sher- .
and working outside the prison mostly for salary Increasesfor iff's budget and pointed out u_ ____ untts next year, compared be-
to 172 last term
walls near the bachelor Ms three secretaries. It was that Is more than the county'scontingency vocational

quarters escaped together brought out that the judge's fund which Is In Small Counties cause school.of Next the term new the county

July 14 In a Department of secretaries are among the $1,187 Chairman Shuford r Instructional
will have
Correction pick-up truck lowest paid In the courthouse. noted that. law enforcement Is for
counting those paid
Perkins was assigned to drive. 4"I don't, see how we can costing $8 for every man, units

The truck was recovered by grant any Increases in our woman and child in the coun- Belts] Shaw by federal funds. cost
Rep. The Legislature
Clay County authorities. situation, now, Commissioner Tighten
Jerome Johns stated. ty.The Commission also took a IWf rs the county $30,000, In salary

In returning the money requests look at budgets presented 'by Increases by prohibitingschool
ART the Commission cited County Agent George Hugglnaand boards from using

ASSOCIATION redistribution of funds from by the the Civil Defense Director Says Losses Are Certain scores Examination on the National as a Teachers bails-

Legislature away Frank Williams but took no ,
schedules. In the
for salary
MEETINGTonight county and extra responsibility action on either. Hugglna'budget
past, teachers who '
thrown on the county
,by the law makers. ChangesIn was up approximately -A. need for belttighteningat ties were Rep. Fred Shultz ended will likely remain In under *00 on the NTS!: drew

(Thursday) the seventh cent gas tax doubt$1,800. the The Increase Board expressed could be the' local level and a study and Rep. Ted Alvarez. "The" effect during the next blen- $1,000 less in Bradford Coun-
of of more efficient and more others wanted every dime, nlura. Rep. Shaw said. ty ''than a teacher with a comparable -
8:00: PJV1. household distribution goods from taxes, granted, but promised to do economical operation of coun- he said. Under their proposal The big counties are sure degree and experiencewho
the best they can under the Bradford would have gotten to renew their fight to get
and a cut In inventory taxes r ty government was suggested had made the
C. D. BuildingAt for retail businesses which circumstances.,! by Rep. Gene Shaw in a talk only around $4,000 In gas tax more of the racing money at Bradford had. 30 teachers in
will all cost the county were The: CD budget request to the Rotary 'Club Wednesday funds for use on roads, and the earliest opportunity Shaw that category which will mean

The/ FairgroundsAll examples discussed by the showed. no increase on the In.. view of almost certain Union County would have got- said and one proposal will an additional $30,000 in aaJ-
Board. county's part. It totals $18- continued loss of revenue by ten practically nothing Shaw probably be to leave ,the aries.
979 Including $1,350: to operate Jo Ann Scott small counties. added. counties only enough to cover

Artist and Art Lov- crete estimates figures, are though available no con-yet the commodity food program.The Enters Contest ''They're'' out to got us," An unexpected windfallcame the amount pledged for bond) Other which action adversely by the Legislature affectedthe -

county' share wouldbe Shaw said, In bitterly attacking ) to small counties when retirement.
which to base a budget
ers invited to attend. on $6,639. The City of Starke For Crown TitleMiss "Knowing that we face) a Bradford school budgetare
are that the county's revenue the tactics) employed by time ran out on the legislative veto of school
: Gov. Kirk's
is being asked for $3.200 certain loss of revenue we
"big county" legislators session with two bills which
will be off close to $50.000
which along with the com- Jo Ann Scott, of should begin to look toward lunch worker's pay a $4,100
Election of Officers for the 67-88 fiscal year. It especially the; Duvul County would have placed a ceiling on
modity program and match- Starke will represent Brad- to some study that would deter- cut: Oov. Kirk's veto of textbook
would have been much worse delegation In attempting race track funds received by
track taxes 'been ing funds ,brings the total to ford County in competitionfor naive redistribution of gas tax each county bottled up In mine how we are using the funds ".000.
had the race)
$18,979.Commissioner". the title of Miss Florida monies to counties based entirely committees The House bill!, state funds we receive and Budget Commission ordered
redistributed as expectedThe :
This: Space Contributed Board ,met Tuesday Jessie Chas- Crown at Jacksonville Beachon on population with no which set the ceiling at $250-: how much local effort we are reductions of 1.25 per cent In

- Weekly to Publicize night to examine the budgets, taln 'w'!. not present. Saturday Aug. 26. She consideration as to area. 000 annually, was assigned to putting forth to raise needed /budgeted Items will mean the
Community Events byThe will be sponsored by the Senate committee, and the funds on. the local level. Thenwe county will receive $I1.41WoIe.
of the sheriff and. Judge lest "Only two out of the 11 a
County should. determine in what .. under the Minimum.
the new requests automatic- Dyal ReunionThe Starke-Bradford legislators from Duval County Senate bill, setting the ceiling
CommunityState it
Chamber of Commerce. areas we might operate more Foundation Program that
$240,000 was sent td three
ally be accepted by August 1 voted In favor of the small at
and economically would and a reduction
more have
Bank under state laftv. descendents of the late Miss Scott was recently counties" Shaw said in recommending House committees. Time ran efficiently" will
of the Water- before the bills could be Shaw declaredAppropriations In the sales tax return
crowned Queen Bradford out
"I'll with Increases Oscar W. and Prudence M. that
Accounts now insured go mean a reduction of 1295.
at Newberry out for a vote and
melon Festival CountLans remember this (:lapIn brought
on the county matching social Dyal will hold their annual the
up to $15,000 by for the consequently the equal division In the, area of appropriations Some bills approved by
and was runner-up the face" when tempted to
and retirement Family Reunion at Ooldhead
security payments Shaw said that most of Legislature; will also cost the
Federal :Insuranes at funds which
Deposit Quenn of racing
title of Strawberry
'* spend their In Duval
,' but nothing else, State Park on Saturday, July money the confusion resulted because School Board: an Increase In
Corp. the Bradford County Fair l last County. He said the only two 'brought each county $295.000
Commissioner! Zedra Hamilton 29, 1967. Dinner nerved at Two
the t1 ca1e&r Just [Continued on Page Two) (Continued on Page I .
during ,
bpring. YOUng with the small coun-
stated. 2:00: p. m. __ '

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Mrs. Jim Hamlln and soi Mr. and Mrs. James K The :new expense represents mUfortune of being stopped at *TTYYTTTTTTTTTTT-TTTTT.1 Miss Crawford, I

Jimmy of Tampa and Mia Smith were 'ainner guests Sunday .73: nulls in taxes. that particular time. I

Brenda Hamlln of Annlston of Mr. und Mrs. Robert L Supt. Casey's 1.588 mill in.croaso .- Shaw said the legislature BROOKERBy Bride-Elect

Ala. are Tuesday to Thursday Hall in Gainesville would bring total finally passed a uniform law (Is Complimented
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E:. Mills Mad e Mltldleton and school mlHage to 10.168 compared regulating turning right on a I\

Plummer.Mr. (Mm. Merle MartH of Ihaiatlantlc to 8.54 this Y f1r. F'our red light making it legal to Joyce Stokes Miss Beverly Crawford, ,

ankl Mr. Ronnie Pa'terson :- are vMtlnjr! relative 1 In mill of that amount must be I do so except at Intersection ""' A bride-elect of August B, was

GLADYS MOOTY and children of Parry Elrnliurst, 111. for two wek. voted by th8 people. that ate potted to the con i ompllmented with a miscellaneous :
and Mrs. Florence Cleveland Mrs. Wilma Kronenbergre ti
Thone 961-7608 of Huntsvllle, Ala. w re weekend and Mrs. Stanley Noegel were motorcycle riders tw MI'" Chariots Cannon of. MIHs Alma Akndgc

guests of .Mr. and Mr, In Fort LaucUMalo tlaitlngMr Voters Favor nr safety helmets Rep Lake Butler and Janice Mott and given Miss by Lee Darby at the
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Tyus of Hi and Mrs. Glenn Conner Charlie Cowcn. and Mrs. Ira Parrott the Shaw said. of Brookec, were visiting Mr. home of the latter. ,

"Tallahassee were weekend and family of Orlando were Miss Mamie Anderson and past week. The insurance Industry has and Mrs. H. M. Mott and Several were plnvedduiing 1',Jr. ,

.guests of (Mr. and Mrs. H K. visiting their parents Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Stone of Archer Mra. H. P. Moy of- Orlando Elective Posts the Atrongput' lobby' by far In family in TUusviUe lat week. the games evening ami, prize* '

<".'Us. :'[rs. Barney McRae Sr and were visiting their sister MrK. and Mrs. Walter Wood and Tallahassee Shaw said, and Little Paul and Kelly Mott I were won by Mrs Btfbby Crawford ;

Mr. and (Mrs. I* JD. Vlning Mr. and Mrs Leon Conner over M. Da/vlH/ the first of the daughter of Apopka spent tile> much of this new safety leginlutlon returned home with them to and Mrs.: Gary Nasworth ...1 ,

and J.) C. Vlning of Palatka the weekend. They brought week. first of the week with Mr. and (Continued From Paga On* was a result! of theircrfol.ts. spend a few days with their! Among the 20( gueuta wen. J ,
'were relatives In Atlanta home Mark Crawford who had Ha( said the session granopnrerrts, and oJ'I
visiting Mrs. Melba Hatton and Mr G. S. Newcomb. Mr. Mrs Mrs. Crawford\ and Airs "
Ga. the past week. been visiting them in Orlando children of Tallahassee were Tlnn, Gene and Down Ma to visit, the polls Tuesday also approved the o-callc d H. H. Mott. Barney Betty McRae mother and I I' :: & < ',*X' j I II

Miss Peggy Shanbarger had the post two weeks.Lt. weekend guests of Mr. Rnd hews of Gainesville were viwi night was Councilman Jimmy California rating system tor Mrs. Alan Land and chilOien grartdmoher of the honoree and I #: >!**; 'sj 1
'Jla Col. and ,Mrs. William\ M 'Rae vocal Florida Insurance companies of '1
Sunday evening supper Mrs. Roy Clemmons. Mrs Ing their grandparents Mr < least member Fensacola. spent seveial Mrs. Eli e Pass and Mrs. L. D, <\ '
frucats Miss Betty Aneell of H. Edwards and children Hal, Cirnnmofa! and daughter, Pn*""yMrs. und Mrs. Giu-1 Mathewu lrtt of the body In pushing which removes them from days last week with he Grecu mother and grand : .(. ...... j
':Melbourne Steve Sullivan' of Cindy and Susan, arrived Wednesday Hatton and, Mr. and Mrs. Thursday to Sunday. Their! the vote although it had the state regulation of rates., Shaw parents: Mr. and Mis. Lloyd mother of the bridegroom- : \< "".

'Gainesville:: and Ray Stan wht- after three years duty B. J. Mills of Key West were parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Bruce barking of the entire council piediotd that as a result of Bairy. elect. i ,011'j' j

Hay of Jacksonville. In Japan.' They are staying at visiting relatives Jn Tampa on Mnthewu joined the family on The election also had the this new law, Home insurance Mr and Mrs. Reed Lewis Mrs. Charles Darby and Mrs I : ( :

Frank E. Hogue of Green ,their cottage at Klngsley Lake Friday and Saturday. Sunday. backing of the Bradford rate* would Increase from. 21 and family of Wiggins, Miss. Randy Johns assisted In servIng

Cove Spilngs Joseph Kaye ,otDa3.ton8 and visiting- their parents, Mr. 'Sg-t. and Mrs. R. W. Cooper (Mrs. W. Q. Dowllng oIndlatl.lntlc Chamber of Commerce Board to 40 per cent In. the next few Casey Atkinson. Minnie refreshments. / Martjn z-Studstill

Beach Mrs. J/inie Cox and Mrs. Hal Edjvarda at th. and family\ of Savannah, Ga : and Mrs. :Mae of Governors who first pre year kinaon and Mr" Leroy At-I' The hostesses! gave the hon Told

of Hampton and Mrs. Selma lake and Mr. and Mrs. James are visiting (Mr. and Mrs. C. L Jones of Jacksonville are visiting sented a resolution to the kea and children< attended oree a 15 piece breakfast st t Engagement

Eunice of Lawtcy have been G. CaMwell in Starke. Cooper this week. Mrs. W, E. Middlcon thlweek. council calling: for making the Atkinson Family reunion as a memento of the occasion. Mr. and Mis. Joseph A.

admitted to the Starke Nursing Air. and Mrs. Burnell Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal, the offices appointive. Ag Complex In Balnbrldge: Oa., Sunday Martinez of Jacksonville! announce

Home. and little daughter Gail, were vacationing in Ecuador Mrs. Ewe Lawson, an The election was authorized David Prescott of Starke the engagement of

Local admittances to Brad were weekend guests of Mr. South America the past tw grandchildren, Mike and Chcil by a Bpocial legislative act was visliing: with Mr. and latlves in Gainesville.Mr their daughter, Betty Jean to
ford County Hospital' this week and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. On pasaed In this session of the To Be Brick
weeks. Lawson were In Savannah! G* Mrs. Paul Prescott lac week and Mrs.\ Lawrence Jerry L. Studntlll, son of Mr
include. : Mrs. Odcll Rogan of Saturday night the T. A. to Legislature tout It needed the the
i Mr and Mrs. Leo Edward Friday Sunday attending Mr and Mrs! Donell Stokes Wiggins attended reception /arid :Mrs Charles F. StudatUl
Keystone Hatg-uts; Robert J. Yawns entertained the group and daughter, Shirley, of Fern the Woods family reunion.. MiLaiMTBon approval of the people before of Panama: City spent the at ,the J. H. Ward residence of Jacksonville.

Anderson: of Lawtey, !Mrs at a shish kebab dinner at andlna Beach were weekenK' and grand Mon. Randy becoming effective. (Continued From Page One!] weekend with Mrs Alberta in Gainesville Sunday The wedding ia set for 8p.m.
Cllable Sapp of Lake Butler their home on Raiford Road Councilman Williams! who I
; guests of Mr. end Mrs. DavId joined them on Sunday. Stokes. afternoon.We August 19 in the Mandarin
And Mrs. Julia Bryan, John :Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hugo to out pressed with the atone I
Browning.Mr. 'Mr. ami Mrs. Bruce Cox elf was appointed serve I Mrs.! Alberta Stokes and are glad to have back Baptist Church.
;.Wells Jr., Rasa Dorminey Mrs and Mrs. Patsy Cooper of and 'Mrs. Lyle Bergen Atlantic Beach vUlted tool ia unexplred term of Carl But since it is only a :year daughter Ruby, and Mrs In our community former Miss Martinez graduated
Sallie Fowler Mrs. Martha Cincinnati Ohio have been Hurst, when Hurst was and a half old and its durability
aunt Mrs. J B. tn Brad appointed
dahl of Wlndom Minn were Sapp Jewell Kldwell. were the residents, Mr. and Mrs. Art from Alfred I. DuPont HighS
Anita Weblb. Schlley Rhodcn, guests the past week of Mr said Wednesday therefore still in question
guests last week of Mr. and ford County Honpital on Sunday Mayor, Sunday dinner guest of Mr QuicksaU and family andM1'8. ,hool, Jacksonville and her
George Reddish Kelvin Whls- 'and Mrs. A. C. Williams. Mrs, afternoon.Mlna :that he would definitely the Board decided to go <
Mrs. Jerald Baldwin. and family.
and Mrs. Dewey Stokes in Betty fiance Is a graduate of Paxon
'riant and !Mrs. Emma Harris Williams and children aJ'ld! Mr C. L. Cooper and daughters ( Jean Mundy, who has not be a candidate for reelection with brick. There is only $::50 Jacksonville.: ] Also residing in Brooker High School.

of Starfte.Mrs. guest spent Wednesday aDo C. J. Cooper and Mrs completed alix weeks coura in September. difference in price the brick Growl of
Sony to hear that Tim now Mrs. Eva Llu'goand The bride-to-be la the granddaughter !
( George Jones and family i \tona Beach. The 'D.eXlt city council meetng being the cheaper.
at Hill N. C. ia horn
Clealon Rhodrn were vlsltlnf Chapel Rogers is 111 'tills week. Hope Mrs. Brook Ferryman of of Mr. and Mrs. Joe.Martinez
of Jack' onynie6;: < Visiting; Mr.: and Mrs. Bob Williams friends In Jacksonville las for the remainder of the siun is Tuesday AuguMt t 1. The Board was anxious to Gainesville. of SUrko and the
lie will be
her parent Mr. and Mrs of Athens Ca. will be weekenc avoid any maintenance costs i, soon better.Mike !
Thursday afternoon. mer. and uncertain that the Castlen is now with Attending 4-H camp this great-granddaughter of Mrs.
Clyde Priest hill week.' guests of Mr and Mrs. was
Williams. Friends of'Manley' B. Leavel M'Sgit. and Mrs. Jame. Belts Phoenix stone would not require the U Mrs. Dwight Marshall I and ,
III of Gainesville, age 19 years, Gasset have rented the; Crow- Tighten Diego. Calif. Stalnaker, Larry Hicks and I.
Mabel after several
'daughters of Airs. Strlngfellow was painting
Apalachicola vistJd
will regret to hear that; he son home on W. .uVtudiaon: St
her son-in-law and either because of stain Mrs. C. L. Atkinson and Lee Sparks. WatersBradleyRehearsal
her parents, !Mr. and Mrs. Visiting years
died July 8 at the Navy base Sgt. Gassett will report to
Ben Rowland last week.Mr. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Homer ing or leakage. daughter. Mrs. Reed Lewis Mrs. B. C. Willis and Barbara
In Charleston, S. C (Mauley Seattle Wash., at. the end of Shaw Supper
and Mr*John ;Shan- Brown In Green Cove Springs Rep. "What would the dust from were visiting Mrs. Rosa Willis of Alactxua, are
and Mrs hIs 30
of for
was a godson Mr. day leave duty on
larger are visiting: friends and Over the weekend. Fairs and other events do to Smith who is a patient in visiting this week with Mrs.
Bill Graham and a frequent Formosa.\ His family will remaIn A rehearsal dinner for theWatersBraidley
,relatives in York,,Pa. for two {Mrs. Titus Olson\ and Mrs the Phoenix atone?" Commissioner the Winter Haven Hospital. Willis, brother. Sgt. Edward
visitor her*. In Starke during hU ab [[Continued From Page One] fiance wedding party
weeks. Nelson Green will attend the Jerome Johns asked last week. Willis and Miss Willis i
Miss Candy Woodburn is sence. held at the home of thebrlrtogroom'8
W.S.C.S. School of Christian 'We need a building a* maintenance Dale Stokes spent the Cpl. John Lewis In Washington. was
'Gov. Kirk Blmply did, not 1
Mrs. Effle John had din- I
M t visiting Mrs. Gene Murray in ''Mr. ami Mrs. Claude Crnw parents Mr. and
Missions in Lakeland from free as possible. There weekend at Jacksonville D. C. Cpl. John Iwis< U
,ncr guests Friday. W. Bais- Murray Ky this week. son have moved from W. 'Madlon enow "Wh' t he wanted. i I Mrs.' James Waters in Law
den and Mrs. Martha llolliday\ FrMay' ,to Sunday. Amanda Nicole Williams < Street to ,their summer Shaw said however that I are no funds for that in any Beach with his mother, Mrs. the son of Mr: and Mrs Mal-]
'(Miss Diane avis of Gainesville I public building In. Bradford Betty Norton. cum Lewis of Brooker tey.
of Jacksonville and on Satur- daughter pf :Mr. and :Mrs. Dennis home on Bedford Lake.iMr. lewan one of six Democrats i ThoBo( present on his occasion
'day Mrs. Carolyn Weeks, and was Friday overnight Williams of Largo and and Mrs. E.] O. Elder In the House who voted wtth, County. Mrs. Alberta, Stokes ,and Mrs Edna Hayes and Mrs were Michael Waters, Miss
of "Green guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. the Republicans to sustain I County Agent Huggins liked daughter Ruby were 'the over Stella Lovely of Gainesville, '
.son Jimmy Cove
granddaughter of Mr. anld Mrs and son, (Don, have returned ;Melanie Bradley: Mr. and Mrs.
Donsliy\ and attended he Law- HB the i the stone but said! he would of Mrs. and Mrs.
Springs Bill Graham, was christened: after spending the Daat two Klrk'B veto of :1800 night gueirts Mr and were vlsitng Mr. Leslie Bradley, Rov. and Mrs."
son-Edwards: wcddJng. Saturday, morning by Rev. R. .weeks at their cabin'In High original appropriations' bill, jo along with either finish Dewey Stokes Friday night. Ouy Han-ell and famly Sat Jim Rigdon Mr. and Mrs.

.. S. Ma Blain In St. Mark's andM, N. C. While there they; which Shaw termed "cxhorbitaut. / the: Board chose. He just Leslie Thomas, [a josident urday. James Hig-gln'botham. Misses
r "" """"" -- '171i I Church. h lad Mr. and Mrs ." He said the bill wai wanted work to begin on the of Brooker 2O years ago), now Mrs.\ Ouy Kartell and Beth
', .. : ',' '-.. Epls opal 0.3 guests Kay Colson and Scog-
'I .. : : building.
Mr. and:! Mrs. Gene Barnett W. W. Chauncey and sons or l passed Just to n ed le] the Govrnor I living> ; in Southern Calif daughters, her mother Mrs. frlns! Danny, Wilbur, and J. S.
ft. .Q'.i ---j of Ottumwa Iowa are V'l lUng Albany Ga. and Mr. and Mra << and .he (Shaw) consider Huggins and the contractor topped by to visit with Mrs. Edna Hayes and sister, Mrs. Waters. Mrs. Albert Sappen-

,; 'IS ; t re' IIW' Hr. and Mrs. N. L. Woodburn Kenneth Elder: and son or: ed it a waste of time ,ito overWe what Ernest brick Trlest to, are life.Trlest's .t""> settle on Eva Harrell and Mrs. Paul :Stella\ Lovely of Gainesville field served.

"" .: this week. acksonville. Kirk's veto in the House, him Emory last week. weie visiting Ira Batey! 1 n

It. -'-- f. ..,;. ...... Kathy and Randy Edward: i Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lyons and when it was certain to be up- ISO contract gives the Charles Wiggins USN, and! he, hospital in Perry Sunday.
to complete com
of Jacksonville are visiting family of Tallahassee spent held in the Senate. days Mrs. Charles Wiggins and While In Perry they also vts- THE RIGHT POINT for the

U. S. 301 NORTH their cousins Rhonda and Shan the weekend with Mr. and Mrs, ,Shaw takes Issue with the plex. family of Norfolk, Va.. are ted a. number of relatives. the way you .....Ite. Come In

I Edwards this week. W. A. Solatia. On Saturday Governor in the matter of spending several days here Casey Atkinson was the and select your favorite ESTERBROOK -

,Mrs. H. J. Waters son I night they had a barbecue ppropriaitlona necessary to' A Classified Ad hi the TELE-i with Mr and Mrs. Lawrence weekend1 guest of Mr and ; fountain pen.

Douglas and daughter, Fran cookout and birthday party for und the state's junior college GRAPH bring rmtiltn. I Wlearlns! and with other re-| (\Irs. Jack Elmore ,In Apopka. I TELEGRAPII.I .

THIS rrtLl I cis, of Tallahassee spent Wednesday Debbie Kite Lyons. Mrs.: Mildred urogram. The Bradford repre
tentative believes that $21.3
to Monday with their Latham of Philadelphia,. I
/mittllon. Is ami 1 n 1 mi u m WORK SAVinv
CI A.L aunt, Mrs. Vergie Flynn. Ba.., whp had spent the past
: WEEK'SS Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cole and month with the Solanos, returned requirement In this area,
_, and says that Kirk's I i L 18JrzJ E I c
on of St. Petersburg were to Talla-hnaaee with the<
:- ,,, .: ; Monday overnight guests of Lyons.Mr. position. that $14..2 million wllo
the job la batted on a mis
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Fullwood.. ( and )[rs. Carl Lamar
Mrs. W. J. Dodd and son,i Johns and sons will join Mr conception. Kirk has proposed of moneY savIng prices
making .ithe difference byan Work Saving APPLIANCES saving prices!
Bobby, an'd' Mr. and Mrs. John i and Mra. Jimmy Rowe and up :. money
increase In tuition fees,
B. Sapp and children were! family of Sanford at New ,
visiting relatives in Carthage' Smyrna Beach from Thursday but Shaw says this still would NOUGE .
I' not balance the books.
and Duran.t, Miss last week. to Sunday.Mr. Family Size
Kirk has called[ the Leglalaure
:Mr and Mrs. H. K. Davis and ''Mrs. Sid Shuford AutomaticWasher
I bock into a special three
were visiting Mr. and :Mrs. J. J.Toibert and family and !Mr. and Mrs,
day session starting Monday;
in Chaileston, S. C Ben Hall spent Sunday at their
tor the specific: purpose of
from Thursday to Suniy.Mr camp on the Ochlawaha River 1:1: 110. ('",,,,,.,,,.
and Mr Jim Chastcen Misses Kathleen Thomas and dealing with junior college ,.. .1......"...." 1I"ln

.. "HV and family spent the weekend Loraine Davis were In Brunswick nanciug.J'ropimei. ___ Anil Aunh
One Iloune a Krr..hntir
1 yri i" '">>,'# N visiting Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Ga. over the weekend Now tnoit members ot both llln p4 >

BoggUs ;New Smyrna Beach.. visiting, frlendn. \ Wrtt..r Triuprrnlur -
of tho are
lIOUl ell Legislature .
:Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Witt Mrs. Elizabeth Rudd of Hia. I'oiutilNHtl -
lee ted on the basis of populaon ..n..
and sons of Columbtana Ohio lean was visiting her 'brothel .
a Uni.li < | |i>x
I Shaiw said no uselul purpose >
i are spending two weeks with and slater-in-luw Mr. and Mrs ,
iI la served by having a
I Mrs. Witt's mothter Mrs. M. L. Harry Mooty on Monday and
: eparate House and Senate $13095
: e'S! v; Johns Sr. Tuesday.Mr. lie would favor a plan for a

; I (Mrs. Patricia McLenidon of and Mrs. Jesse Sublettof unicameral (one house) legIsature ....n I....
fr.A% I Rock Hill\, S. C. is visiting! Miss Murfreesboro Tenn. arc "It" t..d. .
60PTS. with less than 10O members -
: QTS. Jean Mundy and Mrs. W. B. visiting their son-in-law and if this could be done ,-

iMundy at Klngsley Lake this daughter Mr. en/d/ Mrs. Harry without small counties losing NORGK

week. Green this week. NOUH3[ ( 30" Electric
30C any more representation per
i Mrs. E. F. Cain has return Mrs. L. D. Green and Mrs entagewlae.Ha Big Capacity Uange

-, ed to her home In. Anbury Irene Johns were in Mayo on said that the existence Electric Dryer I..mn..hl. ., NOHOE IHIHWALL 12 CU. FT. FREEZER

., Park N. J. after three weeks !.business laat Tuesday and of small counties may be "...' 3 Gas R.an.te
;a-Pnuttlln llrntC.lMnt ...."r./a. MOLDS 43S FOUNDS
visit with her mother Mra. Wednesday.Mrs. short-lived," and pretlktm: ".I..n.. l1'A, n..lal.
: TO GOTASTEEFREEZ- I Illrnilril llrutrn 1/ t frttnSMIiei
Margaret Jackson.Mr. Henrietta Hunt and son, that the big-county controlled l.lntDiMtr <>% llurarrTwo 11..1. "

and Mrs. James Herring Bernard Hunt of Bonlfay wer<< WB9 LeglDiuture would undoubtedly K.M..n...._ ..tI..n ll4>mwBblvOvm ...n< n.hruntpl ...... .. 11.." ,., SI.,... $19 9 95
..... .
: DRIVE-IN : the visiting Mr. and Mrs. Franklin work some form Ilitor ,. Loc"
of Columbus, Ga. spent on ......*hAu O. ]nilli. >.il... Ih.no.abl. "Yo..f"'
first of the week at the Graham Hunt in St Augustine last of consolidation.. Shaw said It .4.mu lpCool l.liclit' vn' >..uIII .,. 51., ,...,. "'.,..... ...." I...
I Thursday and Friday. small IM>wn :1'\01\ O..a Y. '
Lake would be much better *
cottage on. Klngsley
counties would begin right ...... .. .
$139 qiQsstrade .d
: I now: solving their own problems ..lth \ ."4.";;'"

Casey Proposes rather than waiting for .... I.....
LIVE IN A BETTER BUILT HOMEHOMES some plan devlaed by 'the big .with trnilo $14995,

counties later on..

will have to face the music II III

NEW BRICK and make some provision, togt :
>t long without the money
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Page ) that has been coming- to them!

.'" commlsslona paid tax collecto from various aourcen such ad

and tax: $2,000 increase race track and fas tax 1 undu.
assessor ;
BUILT ON YOUR LOT or ACRE in Hafety Legislation
junior college com
In a review >of new auto I
ttiitement, $3.353; reduction Ir
: FHA INSPECTED & FINANCED Inventory tax removed from safety laws passed by the '07Kiiwiuil

.. t ut roll, $2,167, and as mentioned Srtaw suid than one
or above, prohibiting/ couiv Mil attempts to crack down .k

: AH you have to do to own that 3-bedroom 1, l-/j' or 2-bath home I is own ty boards from using NTE OQ diunkeu driving -by giving

lot in town country and we custom build for you scores for salary purposes,. ; .iuvy otilcer, with reascruuw/
: your own or acre or 30000. ; cause the right' to request a --
not prefab or shell our homes are brick veneer tile baths hardwood I driver to suomlt\ to tents for 1
Operation of the new Brad &
: floors and beautiful birch ''cabinets, ample closet area. We build for any ford-Union Area Vocational Alcohol.: If the driver refus.es,

: one, anywhere. : 'Technical Center will also cost Ala driver's liceiue may be

I''the county an estimated $30. suspended for nix. months i I
haw .
i ;
000 not here-to-ifor< required. :
law compels auto 'I;!,

: PAYMENTS AS LOW AS $48.15 MONTHLY THE BRADFORD I owneis) to have twice their cars IH1NWALL. 15 CU. FT. n
safety-checked a year
. COUNTY TELEGRAPH at a coat of $1.73 per Inspec ....--. < !MOLDS HO POUNDS
. tion. Siiaw: said he demoted PACKED a RG: 51! AUTOMATIC 8EFIHS*'"*'*
Published ev ry Thursday HEVER-FHOST 8 ......... _
: We also do Home Improvements Florida Itooms, Bathrooms at 133 W.- Can St., that 40( per cent of the cars ii Inktt
) Oi' i"af
: and Room Additions Financing; Available. Starka. Fla 32091 in BraUtoid County could\ pans t'.i:. .... Lee" $
he ......... $19 995
. such a rigorous teat' and ..I TOO)fc. Caa oMy Frvua* it| '4 J.
. Second class) postage paid opposed the bill on the ground ) C..nl..... 95 9 5 : :;:"
$23 9 c.I4-l1I: "' ....- $19 9
(.100 Ib. Fnnw
: rOn FREE INFORMATION( & DROCIIURE NO OBLIGATION at Starke, Fla. that it would work an undueJiarduhip Capacity SnUj.car.srrtuctiMNa"" ,
Cold tack "Mj' Door* t.
Subscription Bate*: of I.f ,Tvln' farcalahi Ctltpaa. .
a .
: WRITE OR CALL'E T..'ln Porcelain. Cri.p.rQutefcSaiva """ith Uad I'....tIc trade *
In trade area: 9400 auto owners.Shaw/ *ald tie Dairy, Stwaa* J .JWfualabte. :.*Matt 'I

E :-Lifetime 'Homes Inc.P.Ol year; $Z.2iS ale months.per aJao legislation opposed because the alcohol he baltev-teat

: ''Out.lld&'tracl& area; $4.50 ed the information .Would be, .

. per year; U. O at* month made ivailable to insurance

. : Dos 33S Oceanway! liranch Phone 768-0525 Area Code 904 E. L. :Matthew, editor and companies higher insurance and might rate result for In a 12S S. Walnut St. Phone 0615239r

JACKSONVILLE; FLORIDA 32218 pubiloher driver who mightlake only Herman Willis, Owner Dill Wilson, Manager\ : :

one drink a )'ear, anU have

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Allyson June Argo Ir'. ,, First Baptist WMU Recent Births Tyler, Starke, a daughter, I f
71irya I
I. Sharon Elaine. July 15. \
To Wed Mr. HardenIn : Circle
MeetingsThe Bradford County Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Richard 5

Atlanta ChurchMr. { announces the following births: Thomas, Starke, a daughter, jj
general meeting of the I IY2
VIcki Diane!, July 16.
First Baptist Church WMU Mr and Mrs. Cecil Evins I
and Mrs. Darrell Thomas
was held Thursday, July 6, '
GLADYS MOOTY Argo of Atlanta, Ga announcethe !
with a covered dish luncheon
Phone 961-7608 engagement' of their : followed by a ,business and )
daughter, Allyson June to
program meeting. Brownlee WALLtoWALLCARPET
Joseph Childs Harden son of I
Circle was In charge of lunch
Shower Given Mrs. Louise Harden of Raiford aI'w
rv eon arrangements, and the
and (Mr. E. C. Harden Jr of I
For McRae business program was conducted ,
Judy Al Wewahltchka.Tho '
by Mrs Leila Mundy,
Keystone Heights bilde-elect is a graduateof I WMU presidentThe I
Southwest' High School and '
Ethel Bigg and Brown-
Miss Judy McRae, bride attended Georgia State College lee Circles met Tuesday. July

elect was plea.ia.itly surprise, where she was a slater of 11, at the summer home of

at a personal shower given I II Gammu Mu Chapter of Alpha I II iMrs. Mundy on Klngsley! Lake

her honor last Thursday nigh Phi sorority, rush chairman of Following" a covered dish

by Mrs. Daniel Pater Sr. an--. her sorority, and Sweetheart of luncheon, Mrs. Charles Darby ]

daughter, Miss Margaret Pate Tl Kappa Phi fraternity. SheIs ,. ", and Mrs. Russell Norman gavea PRICE SALE/ /2
now employed by Adair "
at their home In Keyston study course en the Mission
and Loan In
Heights.An Realty Company Book.

attractive yellow colo Atlanta.Mr. !Lottie Moon Circle met at
We have several Hundred Square Yard Roll ends
\ motif was carried out In th, Harden was graduated 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, July 11, in
party decorations. The ]lac, t.. from Bradford County High the church, with Mrs. John and Remnants beautiful colors and patterns,

covered refreshment table wa. School, and received his degreein ____ ". __ _n"''Pv- Greene presiding and Mrs. ideal for any room or your complete home.
centered with a minlatur< Engineering from the University I Carolyn Taylor In charge of

church steeple with bells &n< y of Florida where he Shirley Morrison To the program. I I 100*i. NYLON-DUPONT 501 NYLONSOME
flanked by white tapers. was a member of Kappa Alpha "Developing Race Relations"was ,
i&Mi fraternity At present he Is employed Wed Mr. BagwellMr. I the program topic when AS LOW AS

f t' 4La-v, ; .' -J > ,.... by Marthame Sanders Helen Masters Circle met on
and (Mrs Henry. G. Mor 2.95 SQ. YD. 2.95NO
*S" 1 Construction Company In At- July 11 at the church. Taking
.., \ .
'. "if" .. rison announce the engagement
Crews-Clayton .'. "'., ", .<" lanta. part were Mrs. F. B. Beard,
," '"- "'. The wedding will be an event and approach: marriage of Mrs. M. F. Hazen, and Mrs.

Miss Vera Crews, daughterof "". ';,;:\;J: of August 26 at the Audubon their daughter, Shirley Ann, J. E. Hardy Members brought DOWN PAYMENT3 YEAR .FINANCING -
61 of
Donald B. ,
to Bagwell son
Mrs C. R. Crews and the x' : ',;''K"!; Forest Methodist Church: Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Bag- clothing for the layette at ALL CARPET MUST BE SO 1.1)IIE'OIU

late.. Mr. Crews of Lawtey be- St x.AYtr, :,, f',::., ''Rf:', .., ,. ,. well, all of Starke. this time. < AUGUST; 15TH INVENTORY
came the bride of T. B. j
Clayton -
... ti Ida Darby Circle met at the
Mlas Morrison. graduatedfrom Call Us Now for FREE Estimates In Your
son of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. ; .i home of Mrs. W. F. Glenn on
Clayton. of Jacksonville on 1 .. Bradford High School in July 11 with ten members and Home. We Will Bring Samples.

July 9 in Folkston, Ga. '. .....,,, 1962, and is presently employed two visitors present. Mrs Paul
by the Florida Bank at I
rlNdn Starke. Mr. Bagwell I Is a grad- Raymond on race presented relations.the program I FREE MIAMI BEACH VACATION

A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH uate of Bradford High School
Lorena Epperson Circle met 4 DAYS AND 3 NIGHTS
and Is prencntly employed by
bring results. at the home of Mrs. L. U, Morgan WITH EACH SALE
the State of Florida.
with Mrs E. L. Peek Sr
The wedding will be an event
.of September 8 at 8 In presenting the program, asalsed -
by Mrs. L. N Pickering,
I the First Baptist Church .of
and Mrs. Lola Johnson
Starke, with a reception following -
BIGGEST II Anne McCutchon, Lt Richarde i itfi In the church recreation -- of Distinction"
room. A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH Phone 356-0363 211 W. llth St., ,Jacksonville Fla.
Saturday In Cecil Field Chapel
All friends and relatives are I brings results

EVER OFFE I impressive wedding into a full chapel train. Her Invited to attend.

Saturday, July 15: at veil of English Illusion was

: In. the Memorial secured to a forward cluster Brenda HawkinsIs
United States Naval of !lace petals, pearls and t

I Cecil Field, Miss crystals. She carried a cascade ;! [' i ComplimentedAt

Anne McCutchon be- of white carnations, lllles-of- .
I "'" Bridal ShowerMiss
bride of Lt. and of tulle, ,
Henry the-valley puffs
ftI1A ,
i .,. j
Richarde Jr, The ,bride centered with a white onhld. : .,
":;.( .) e.w1 h;'., Brenda Hawkins, bride-
daughter of Mr. and Immediately following the I..'::' ,.J.,' "" ,41. .. elect of July 28, was honoredat

Perry McCut wedding a reception was held 1!..:: trJ:1a''l'Mr: ')1:..... .1 ,. a bridal shower. last Thursday 1,Li
Waveland, Miss. and at the Officer's Club. The evening in the Pine Level

HALF is the son of Mr. bride and groom received Loraine Davis Baptist Church Educational

Henry Morgan RlchI guests In the ballroom. Receiving building. Hostesses were Mm
Appliances&k I of Starke. Command with them were Mr. and Engaged To Joel Jackson Mrs. B. 'M Mc-i r ','#

A. Weir was the Mrs. McCutchon, Mr. and Mr. Rule Rae, Mrs. Alvin Farr, Mrs.
clergyman. Mrs. Richarde and the maidof Jerald Baldwin, Mrs. Jimmy

I i chapel was decorated honor. !Mr. and Mrs. Oscar W Davis Thornton, Mrs. Fate Brown,
and pedestal bas Refreshments, were. served announce the engagement and Mrs. Sidney Jackson and Mrs. HA' c ph

white gladioli, chry- from two beautifully appointed approaching marriage of their Robert Myrick.

and fern. A pro- tables.): One was centered daughter, Vcrna Loralnc, to An attractive pink and white

nuptial music was with a' pedestal vase of white Johnny Edward' Rule, son of color theme was used in the

by the Memorial gladioli, chrysanthemums, llly- .Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rule of party decorations. The refreshment -
I I organist of-the-valley and pink carnations Clayton Kas. table was covered witha

Imagine I (J J.g.) James W. Sloat Jr. balanced by white tap- (Miss Davis is a BHS graduate white cutwork cloth and
as best man and the ers In. silver candelabra at centered with an arrangement 'f .
I were Lt. (J g,) Michael either end. The other table held in the and Agricultural Is presently Education employed of pink and white mixed sum- .... ..... ...."

Item For $50.00! i' and Lt. (]j.g.) Robert silver punch .bowls and coffee Department at the Universityof mer flowers. The gift table, ,", ." j. "f ;. .,Jjf;

,'f- ( urn.. Serving..were Miss Mau Florida. overlaid with a white linen ;",'. ?%1-c tduL '
For $25.00 Rosemary rledge at race Cox Miss Rebecca Ham- Mr Rule graduate from Jen- cloth, was centered with an arrangement I:" "P. ....1 "'1i .,
as maid of honor and by and Mrs. Bob Van de '
nings Rural High School andIs of pink and white 'J. :fp i!
attendant. She was Water. I
now serving In the U-S. permanent flowers. "I.'""
In an empire floor The brtde's table was cover In the :i '
In Brunswick Standing receivingline
I Navy, stationed "1\\\J.\
of de ed with floor length white .. 1.. ,,
IT'S gown rose peau a were Mrs. Sidney Jackson, if ,,
; with scooped neck- linen cloth and beautifully Ga.A September wedding is the honoree,.her mother, Mrs. I ", )"
short sleeves. Her decoratedwith garlands of planned. Further arrangements I Marion Hawkins of Jacksonville -I '-t: : ,
was a matching greenery caught at each side and. Mrs. Woodrow ., "\ .f"
BUT WE'RE will be announced at a later
Ith veil. She carried a and at the corner with date. Thomas. mother of the bride I !i \:' : ':
bouquet of pink car sprays of pink carnations, lily- groom-elect. ,' '..

and tulle. of-the-valley and fern tied The hostesses presented the I '

given in marriage with pink satin ribbon with Martha Lois Long honoree with a piece of her I I, !!Ii'' .", ..
father, was in Centering the table .\ .
lovely a long loops. To Wed Mr. BlomThe chosen china pattern as a "
gown of all silk organ was a three tiered cake embossed memento of the occasion I : Why Pay taffeta featuring a with white and pink engagement and approaching ,. .': ;;.t.f j ':;'

bodice with an insert roses bordered with white, tulle marriage of Miss Richarde- Ih ; ,j
of re-embroidered ruffle over satin and' topped Martha Lois Long, daughter r- :.th'.r., .

lace, sprinkled with with a miniature bridal bou and McCutchon \ '.
Come In of Mrs. !Eugene! C. Long ; ..........
portrait neckline and quet. Cutting the cake was ,the late Mr. Long to Dens I -

i sleeves touched with Mrs. Lyle H. Buck; III of East Blom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rehearsal Party First Federal is pleased to announce that Miss Judith
lace motif. The Palatka. sister of the 'bride Ingvar O. Blom, of the State '
C. H. skirt scissor pleat groom. Farm Is announced by the 'Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richarde (Judy) McRae has joined our office staff. Miss Mc-
entertained at a small Informal
s the back, carried the bride's book
Keeping bride-elect's mother.
Furniture and I band giving a was Mrs W. P. McCutchon Miss Long is a graduate of dinner at the Green Derby Rae is a Graduate of Bradford High School and attended -

and terminatingSTUMP'S Jr. of Irving. Texas. At one Bradford High School and St. Restaurant in Jacksonvillelast :i the University of Florida.
Friday! evening for the
table placed a
\: end of the was Luke' Hospital School of
iMcCutchon-Rlqharde wedding
surroundedwith ;
memory candle Nursing in Jacksonville. She
of party and families and friends
an arrangement pink Is presently employed at the
of the their
couple following
and white flower Bradford County Hospital I
bride is a graduate of wedding rehearsal.The I
The Mr. Blom is a graduate of '
the University of Southern Paxton High School and Is at- dining table held an arrangement -

Mississippi and has taught for tending !Southeastern Bible of pink and white

the past several years in Es- College in Lakeland. tarnations., Wedding bolls and

cambia and. Duval County The wedding will be an event fern were placed at intervals
Schools. of August 19 at 4 p,m. in the down. the length of the table, ra
I The bridegroom Is a grail/lI First Baptist Church Raiford and bridal'place cards markedthe

I uate of the United States with a reception following In seating arrangement. |I

Naval Academy. After graduation -I the church recreation room. Out-of-own guests were Mr I

he received flight training All friends and relatives. are and 'Mrs William Perry Mc I

r and has since seen duty, invited to attend' Cutchon and John Robert .Mc

J with the Second Sixth and Cutchon of Waveland, Miss

Seventh Fleets, serving aboardthe and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Mc
USS Independence and the LawsonEdwardsRehearsal Cutchon' Jr. of Irving, Texas

USS Shangri-la. Supper i

After the reception the cou- ART ASSOCIATIONTO

ple left for a short weddingtrip And Bridal PartyMr. MEET THURSDAY

to points in Florida. For
traveling the bride wore a and Mrs. W. E. Lawson The Bradford County Art

fuachla three piece silk suit were ,hosts at a supper party Association will meet at 8 p.m.

with rose whhnsey and black last Thursday night at the tonight (Thursday) in the I

OF ALL patent accessories. Holiday Inn honoring their son, Civil Defense building at the I
An election of
from James and his fiancee Miss Fairgrounds.
When they return Barbara Edwards before the officers will be held at this

SUMMER LADIES' AND GIRLS' proceed their wedding to Monterey.trip they Calif.will couple's wedding rehearsal.The time, and all members and

long dining table was prospective members are urged
where they will make their
centered with an arrangement to attend.
home for the next: two years,
of white and blue gladioli and
Lt. Richards having been Grad-assigned shasta 'dailies. Down the lengthof SCHEDULE TE jl
to Naval Post
WearHOFF the table was a garland of -
to uate School there for post OF SERVICES
with blue and
graduate study in Aerodyn Ivy interspersed .

amics. Following pompoms.the supper the ST. EDWARD'S Starke CHURCH : fs h 16.Mpt 16.
N If IfL .
SHIS. ICOCOMISH! LISTEDIN honored couple gave their attendants Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m.
"PERSONALITIES" personal gifts.
I Thursday Mass: 6:30: p. m. I-

Mrs. Loyree Cocomlse, own- The twenty-seven enjoyingthe :Miraculous :Medal Novena:I CIRGr
affair were the bridal )
.of Bradford Saturday, 7pm.Confessions
er and manager L
party, the parents of the bride
Furniture Corp., has been I and groom-to-be and out-of- : S p. in. and 'II f T

selected to appear In the 1967' town guests. p. m. I .
I edition of "Outstanding Personalities ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH

of The South." '1'IU. K1UUC: fOLNi' : for the Heights I
i; Oher recipients of this honor select your favorite ESTER- Mass: 7:30: a.
include prominent politicians, BROOK fountain ,pen., TELE- and 9 a. m.Wednesday. m'l Savings( and[ Loan <;
educators businessmen, and I way you write. Com la and : Mass and l r 1I1tU'J., :;
Ctvto leaders who, because of GRAPH. ;
i past achievements! and service I I CHURCH .. <
outstandingin Adjustable Vinyl Book ASSOCIATION OF STARKE h.
I are recognized aa \ Macclenny, \Q/
their areas. Covers. AU sizes 30 cent ea.
Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m. 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 961)000T1111ItSDAY. :)
at The Telegraph.
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I 13 Species of Termites Cause species'southern! of Florida.dry-wood But termites other 5 Charged 23: spark theft plug of a puwp tire, wheel from anda the 3 Persons p.rn.; dally Interested, through In July seeing 28.

occur throughout) +; Florida.;
J. Bolo White and bond these books should contact
Headaches For Homeowners Frequently their excrement ln3B& E's in that Is set place at $1,000. Mrs Joan Chitty at the usa It'8 Jlej.el jrea1.
Is pushed out o( !the
CIty of Gainesville also building.
According to Dr. I* A. He- of either flying ants or termites Infested woodwork. The excrement Five Bradford) men are Jail-
trick entomology professor are found within a : consists of small od in thefts from Thompkins hag detainer* on Eaves andHenl.y @
With the Institute of :Food building chances are that the hard dry pellets which are I Grocery in Lawtey, Tuck's for 'breaking and anteing POINT the
and Underhill and for
wire Agrlcultur' Sciences, a nest is associated' with the pushed from the infested I Drive-In, and the J. B. White Tetstone for on THE BIGHT In l1otIl
receiving wiita. Come
few flying ant or termites structure. woodwork and may accumulate farm on SR-16 west of Starke way you favorite E8- !
wllfcin: a building do not necessarily Termites have infested on the floor or wherever according to Deputy Sheriff property" and select your
mean ,that the struc- many supposedly "termite the infestation Is present. Robert Green.Preliminary. ;1 y' TEItBROOK fountain pen. .
ture; Is Infested. The Insects proof homes. Even though hearings were FREE TEXTBOOKS
The third kind termitein
may have entered from outdoors good construction procedures : held on all five last Friday. STILL AVAILABLE:
Florida, thedampwood INVITATION TO BID
1 But U large number : may have been followed. July 14 and all were transfer BY
u Insects have gained! access! in one way or another. Naturally !ito southeast Floilda along defender appointed in ested people have obtained a COMMISSION '
wood In contact with the the coast. their cases by County JudgeT. number of books which were L'ompetltlvo TALkAHASSKIfl Settled, Bide FLORIDA( will be '
soil Is an invitation to ter Poisoning of the soil offers A. Yawn, elated for discard, some 300 received l by the Stats Purchai. '
mites. the least expensive means of Two youths John Wayne books covering between. elementary Inn CommlnBlon, until 10:00: -
1 Underhill]. 17. arid Marshall BUT. on date shown for the aale
Very often only a portionof I controlling Infestations of and high school levels ,at aurplu property! :
the building is Infested.; subterranean termites. Eaves 17 are charged In all are still available, according AuvuBt 11, 1061 Pine Gum '
Inspection! of the understructure three cases: and are under to L. H. Gibson county text- Bid Blank, condition and apee-
of the building usually Probably the two moat effective $3.000 bond each. book manager.The Ideation may b.l obtained from :
insecticides for termite the State Purchnntng' Comml
will reveal termite shelter Cooll Ancil TeUtone, 22, remaining books may ,alon Rm. 112, William D. Hlux-
tubes extending! from the soil control iiAis hexachlorlde [tBHCl and I a e x a w a + wIt
over the inedible concreteor v Henley Jr., 20 Starke, are ing between the hours of 9 AI J. DayEx.cutlve i
r brick foundation up ito the chlordane. charged in the BAB at Tuck's a.m. and noon, and 1 p.m. toi| Director does so much, v e Y
woodwork. An Inspection should be Drive-In. Kendrick Gibson, 17, 7/20 2t 1/27 PAY
This who This is wi> Each termite Infested made of treated areas abouta is charged in the Thompkins but costs so little
to see for a to see for structure presents its own month after applicationand Grocery B&E. All three are ,{ al e s. e N M s i s

good deal t the same individual problems. Soil filled at least once each year{ under $1,000 bonds. "' !!
porches steps, and terraces thereafter!! The Lawtey grocery was en- 9iconsole
e on auto good deal 2 and .
require special !treat- tered July' approximately -
Dr. Hetrick points out ithat
e insurance.. on life and ment to stop Insecs from en-. .termites seldom Infest .a homeso 29 canes of mixed beer I
homeownersinsurance. tering the woodwork. severly that the building taken. Underfill!,? Eaves and

.f Thirteen species of termites collapses but early detectionor 'breaking Gibson and are entering charged with with intent -II r :
are known to Florida prevention measures are I : Bulge"l
and these may be grouped Invaluable. to commit petit larcenyand '
See him nowMerritt r Into three general types: grand larceny in that ,
Anyone building a :new case.
subterranean dry-wood and I
nlbt.rellbt"&dpn'l"C. ,
: H.Williams dampwood /termites. home should insist upon Underhill Eaves Tetstone, ..
lumber that is chemically and Henley are charged with
Subterranean termites I
!!, treated so ithat termites will entering Tuck's Drive-In last !
(the, most common and their '
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117 N. not have a, chance to !gain a June 27 and taking approxI- t
nests are usually located be-
Iran VAIN foothold.For mately 19 cases of beer from With many important features Royal office typewriters!
WalnutPhonet. neath the soil where they i
the In back of the
store room "
help In
obtain their moisture. FeedIng controlling serious -
establishment. All four
: 9615391STATE tubes extends upward infestations Dr. Hetrick charged with breaking and en- Full-size keyboard
IMnUNCIa rom'the soil. Their presence suggests contacting a licensed
I Is confirmed by droplets of pest control agency. Or, tering with Intent to commit Pleasant, light Royal "touch"
: FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES! excrement. check with your county agricultural pettt larceny In that case.
: ,Horn* Ofliees: eioominftton, lllinou Furniture termites are of agent. Underhill and Eaves are I 9' 1 Wide writing line
also charged with the June
the dry-wood type and are Ready Paper Feed't

RESOLUTION I And Away You Go .1 ; j Quick-Set margins -

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 237.12 Florida Statutes. Non-MFP Salaries of Salaries Secretaries 33:000 10,000: 1 '. f I ; Retractable paper support

1932. notice ts hereby given that a 'public hearing shall be Textbooks 14,301 I I Pack up your ideas for a truly wond- l ',lJ "" "'i4!!! 2-color ribbon
held by the Bradford .County Board of Public Instruction on iLlbrarles _
Thursday, July 21. 1967 at the hour ot 7:00: P.M. In the Teaching Supplies 7000 1,230 erful vacation next year then do Guaranteed for 5 years
County Board !Meeting Room In the Courthouse at Starke Other Instructional Expense 9:000: I something NOW to make sure they'll
Florida, for the purpose ot dtecueeiag l with the, citizens,of I come gloriously true! Open a sav- 3-YEAR GUARANTEE. Royal Typewriter Company Inc. guar-
the county the proposed school budget of said county for the 1,202.943 ings account here, and set up a antees replacement at no charge other than labor and ship- >,
_ fiscal year /beginning July 1. 967 and ending June 30. 1968. of ping, of any defective part (except rubber parts, ribbons, or
which budget !i81 Operation PlantSalaries schedule of systematic deposits that parts damaged by accident or misuse) within five years of
38.300ESTUL'TED will add up to "what it will take"in purchase. No labor charge within first BO days. Guarantee
RECEIPTS: 1967.08 Heat 13.000
covers only the original purchaser.
State Sources Utilities 26,000mdFP the way of money, come next sum

Program $ 901,630 Supplies : 4.000 mer. Little-by-little will add up to a
SBE Administration 081 lot of vacation fun! Stop in. See it. Try it. You'll love the spirited new lioyalitet

Racing Commission 10,000 81,300

Textbooks B,301 1\lalntenanl'e 01 Plant .., i" 15,000 HOME OWNED HOME: OPERATED
Sales Tax Funds 100,634 1Drivere 1.
Ed. i 'ItJ'' 3.000 I ., 15,000 Also Full Line of Electric Portables

Licenses School Lunch 30,000 2,000 AuxUlary Service "q... "i' The 'Community State BankOF
; Transportation ,"! I 9,300

$1.122,712 Food Service : 32.000 STARKE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Health Service t .i 2,800Local
Sourres r'. MEMBER F. D. I. C.
County Current ((3.918)) 239,412 94,100
County DlstrtC't ((3.00)) 121,89 ... I I r -
Fixed Charges .
Merest. 12.000 v .
''I Lo at I .. Insurance '.. + 11,000 .
..; t1_. k. ,' 872,861 Fees (Assessment Ie Collection) 1. 11,000 .. ... c.

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Federal" Sources a : ... 22,000
PL 87. Gk'a:t 2:5.000: '
.-' "l' Remittance to Junior College 7 12,153 ?. YOUR NEW

215,000 'I 12.733 #

Advancements 18.413
To Debt Service \ l I r--: 66.200

Total Receipts r ," ,t, 18,413 S9,033 6 ..200ESTUIATED

EXPENDITURES 1961.68 Reserve \.. 1 .', 1 '\ 1.330

Administrative Expenses .'#.'- t 44.226 \ 1,15080

.01,226 Total Expenditures' "1 r .,I $1,539,063 Food Store

Instruction. Jiffy

IMFP DEBT Salaries SER\'J'CE. t : 1.122,386 f

Receipts!' Expenditures
SUE Band (Book Entry no( local Expense

'.' f ,\'::,I I These figures have not 'been n'V'd.) 520 EAST MADISON ST.

Race Track Revenue Certificates ; 1.200,000 77,000 from Race Track Funds 26.462.150 Seplt. 1 Int.
,.. 10,000.00 Sept. 1 Prln.

.. .,, '"., 14000.00 Sept. 1 Reserve
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: : 26,262.150 :Mar 1 Int.
,. :

.f .- .. $76,725.00 273.00 Admin EKp.

177.00000 Will Open
: ''
Dlst. Bond 7 : 33,830 from Co. Debt Service 22000.00 Principal

... .(.83 mill) 11,040.00 Interest
"., n' t. 300.00 Admin. Exp.I ,
i 1 ,
.. .
l I 33340.00

237.27. Loan. ,. ,, : 14,400 from Diet. B8tB .of mill 8,000 Pr1n.
'. 320 Int. ,

8,320 For BusinessFriday

237.21 Loan t. 0.630 Prln.
.c.:50: Jnt,


Race Track Revenue Certificate 28,300 Paid by capitalization 28,1500 Interest lat year
.Jr. Lien. $ OOOoo, of bond, receipts ;

CONTRACT" PROGRUIS BUDGET. IV, ESEA Title 11 1,948.00 July 21
Recoelptat ESEA Title I '
Cash $ 1.343.150 Tkaohers SaI- (12)) L 86.1500.00
Account Receivable 86.221.83 Ret. Teachers @i .062S. ",137.00New
Projects 128,125.0 Finance Officer t. I 01,116.00
Retirement U .084 :j 1 346.00
,; $213,690.38 Library. Aides 1 19.(100.00( .

Expenditures. 'I, Retirement@ .OS" 4 \ I 1.647.00
Work Study (July-Aug.) L I 6,000.00 '
i A Accotmts Payable 18.413.18 : ::
t lr I 128.123.0 : OPEN ,;
B. Carry OVer Projects .
IBN Library Center. 1019.153 1 I 1 213,690.38 ,." .

J Adult Basic Title 11 Ed. 1.337.98 91.10ESEA BUDOmTIlI 7 s 7:00: A.M. TO 11:00P.M.. :() .

Distributive Ed. ",800.00. SEVEN DAYS A _
o Farm !MachInery 11.179.66 Complete detalts of each 'I&paf&te part I lOt the school bUdget
Elect. Data Proc. 23,100.00 8ummarlzed above are on fLle and are a.va1Ia.ble. for public
Elect. Tech. 8.389.26 Inspection at the office of the 'County Superintendent of WEEK ,
Food Service 15,999.95 Public Instruction a.t the courthouse. \ Florida and I .
ApplL Repair 2:900:68: : wm al89 be available for such public bgarng\ together with For Your Shopping ConveniencePAd
all '=""upportlng ottel.rpprtts &r\d\ lnfonn_ tlon All interested
y 69,13i.lS persona are cOJ'dSal1.1l invted to participate in the public hearing -
and discuss UI. school pro -am and budget for this con0' -
Ntny Pro.ecta' ty for the e"4luelpg .

Adult Basic Ed. ,002.80. BRADFPRD COtJN'l'y'BOARD Oll" ptJBLJC JNSTBUcrrON;
Thomas 1., puert h. Secretary and $lu.perlnteJidentVoc. .
Tech Sal of Dlr. 2.806.2:5: 1t 7/20' ::




JULY 2o f), 1961 nRAnrnW rOTTTITT TBI-FORAPH. 1'ARI'1I1. FLORIDA PAil!; TtV* ,

4' Building Bids ed to Morgan' estimate off I I8a.OOO bar 11 through December 30 ho tine work that has! gone':' THE BIGHT POINT for ,tbs

Rejected with Which the Board I, Bids ReceivedOn with a dally bag of 8 and a I into. c..' lhllMhlnolf r this mJmiian. | way YOU writ Com In
was working, Morgan said the I I .total possession of 10
Board Will Re-Do ClassroomsBids bids were not out of line and i Hunters will find an extra W. A. Hogan, and select your favorite EftTfcRBROOK : -
Castor, Flrjt Bap,let
on renovation of '1' Board recommendation ofButldfng there would be moro to the I 'A' Building half hour of hunting Included fountain pen.
on renovation than he first In the dally shooting Chinch; I
at Bradford High Architect Don Mortan.School .
1 1At
thought. hours for rails, woodcockand
: were rejected Wednes- II .
Lowest of three bids on. the I
Supt. Tom Caaey's suggestion shoot-,
day by the Bradford School RenovationBids snipe with dally
project was $130000.
compar'HODDA' the Board voted. Instead Ing hours from onehalfhour .

to proceed with re- before surulse >o sunset -
furbibhlnx the inside of the j Previous regulations pro- Bill Powell on
I II on renovation 'A'
classrooms lining/ the crnir-tv vided for sunrise to sunset
Building at the Bradford
maintenance crew. Contract: shooting only.
Will 00 l let IO I1U.U111) (....,. \ HIgh School were received "atei'fowl hunting for
a floot1 covering and alr-oon- a H7 from three con tracers at a will
ducks, geese and coot- Disability
anj will total 1I1X:1a1: meeting of the School
: dlUonlnff cost a I be announced later when established ill '
of around $33,000. Board last Thursday July 13, by the U. S Bureauof '
gin gint..p
I Morgan also told the Board but It Is doubtful any will be Sport Fisheries and Wildlife ''

,-. .. I all projects under< construction accepted.The .
:> i now, Brooker, .Hampton( the Board! took all three I
,.- vocational school, Anderson under advUement. but has
"" : Junior High, Lawtey Junior I II not yet awarded a contract Baptists To Attend i

,1' l at I High, and 'A' Building can cost be ;. _. The lowest !>W'', $130.871) from Morgan Rd. Chapel :, Almost! everyone these!\ will they pay the
i finished completely at a Todd Construction. Jacksonville
J... of $73,000 above basic contract 4-H Members Go To Camp was $50,000 ever the- Dedication Sunday i days has come !sort! of benefits you need? Why

.. 1 1aqo prices Board's estimate which. health insurance. Hut not call me and talk it

"" A."I..U1t. County: Agent Ikbby Tn>h." full ranged in the $85.COO to ,On Sunday, July 23, we an la "some" coverage the over. I may be able to

f : Man ChargedIn KlrlH for 4-H \IUIII.| ut Lliurry Lime fear MatllMiMi.. Thu group $90.000 area, Supt Tom having basket lunch the' formal at Morgan opening Roao and i i', best for you ? Will improve your protection
left \"uduy: and wlU return Friday afternoon. Casey 8ald.A1'chltect.
Chapel. All members of First yours for example, help and cut your premiums,
ba"fI of the 4-H Don Is
Hummer tump IN like recreation i> proKrmn. Morgan:
Car Thefts/ Member; mutt ;,1* anise. throughout the. year and base, completed studying the bids however Baptist Church, and all who replace your income durtoo..

A local man, Luther JohnsJr. their project to .b... eligible." ,and will give his recommendations are attending or planning to ing an extended con-
attend at the chapel are invited -
Jt t
7+ / .. 24, is charged: with two to the board. to bring lunch and shark valescence? Will it protect
cases of car theft brooking: Other bids rccel.ed Thursday In the dndlonlon services We your savings during Bill Powell

4 1 r and entering and attempted! Six Per \Week Delivery Set Harris came Inc., from Harris & at First Baptist will go frau a long-term disability in PHONE 964-6164
.'', ,, larceny of a third car on the Day Jacksonville a our morning service to th..
+ night of July 10 firm that has done several your! family! And even ,
I lunch .
rI chapel carrying our Gu.jooml 401 \\ Mudiiton: Street
V Johns la in the Bradford Jobs in school construction committee with the hel if you now have more
County Jail under $6,000 bond, On Parcel Post Packages In Town here, at $153,455 and from o" some of the workers at the; than one plan V whe- Starke Florida.
Tharp Constiucion Co., Jack
Deputy will
according chapel be in charge o ther, group or individual
sonville at $159,030.
Green. He is under seivjng. Our social ronimUto
$1,500 bond on each of the Parcel post deliveries In I per week service which had The 'A' Building. project, requests that each family
GENE TALLYWe four charge Starke were expanded fromfive I been'cut back In Ma\ 1964 'actually Just the north end bringing> lunch Include a jU

Sometime between 6 p.m, to six days per week be- as an economy measure. of the long building Casey of tea already awceteniul. I
are pleased to announce the addition of Mr. and 8 a.m., according to Binning' Wednesday July 19. Nearly 8,000 cities are affect-' auld, will Include refurnishing After lunch which will to-
Tally to our Service Department. He is fully train Deputy Green, Johns took a according to l'Otf:ml\.Ster T. C,, ed.t Postmaster Haze! said. of classrooms Installation served about 12:30: we will
ed to service all Honda Models. a.-
1957 Chevrolet from Noegel'l Hazen Jr.Thel'e He noted the Improved of air-conditioning for semble In the Auto Sales and drove it out has been no aervlc I service will remove an inequ- entire! building and the addition chapel for .a brief service o

Brdvtmle Road to the homeof on Wednesdays.The ity for 'many/, business and of outside walkwaysand lnsph'atlonn1;; dedication,
4-STROKE ENGINE NO Johnny Bates. change folllowa a recent > resldenlal routes. entrances to classroomstoo We Natlnjiwldi Mutual Insurance' Company t Niitlonwlda Mutual fin Iniunncl' Company" ,
MESSY OIL AND GAS MIXING When the Chevrolet failedto directive from Postmaster Postal 1 customers served by"motorized" remedy traffic congestionIn to participate urge all in of you this to pier Njtldnwldo:: I III* Insurance:, Company home Office Columbus, Ohio:
the one Inside hall. The specie
start, John. left the Baton General Lawrence F." O' letter carriers
OVERHEAD Brien the of six wide hall will be utilized for occasion. You will be vl'r'
CAMS home In a 1965 red Cbrvair. following signing have been receiving day pleased and blessed '
He Wall arrested by Baker the Post Office appropriationbill ; [ I delivery all along. They were claasioom space. by seeing
OVERHEAD VALVES County officers on US,-90 by President LyndonJohnson. I not covered by the 1004 cut- Plans are to put movable "" .

two miles west of Macclennyafter The legislation! contains back since carriers on vehicles walls in the building outfit
the Corvalr quit runningon 'an $8.5 million Item can deliver parcels of any for a team teaching project
Complete Service on all Models Performed by a him. for restoration! of the six day size, Hazen says. planned by the new BHS
Trained Junior High Principal Richard tThe pri Is Right! !
and Experienced Mechanic. also The entered same night the, building July' 10, he at serviced Customers by living foot on carriers routes Jockel. e

Where Good ServiceIs .1, E. Hardy Auto Sales and Services HeldThursday have received larger parcels In other action Thursday
took quantity of car titles from a five day pr week the Board authorized Supt. -

A Habit and insurance papers. found In For parcel poet route covered bya Casey to call for bids for fur- ,"., ,,, ,,_. HIGH
his possession when arrested truck. Carriers on foot deliver nltuie for the new physical

Deputy Green said. only small!] packages. education facility at Brad- QUALITY
to Mr. McNealf, 76 ford High, the addition to
Me GElflTRADING Johns also attempted '
Anderson Junior at Lawey
; take a 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Claude Barbour
i Southslde
Elementary. Bradford RANGEONLY
from Baldwin Chevrolet and John Henry McNsal, 76 ..h
is charged with attempted larceny died Monday In the Bradford Junior High, and the +
of an automobile. in that County Hospital" after a long! Of Lawtey new schools under construction '

I MART place. The Camaro hung upon illness He was a native 01! at Hampton and Brook- t.

the: steps in the front of Macon, Gu. and farmed In th Dies Saturday er.Casey ,
I 130 N. Court St. Starke Fla. the Chevrolet place, accordingto Brooker area for over 4<0 was also authorizedto !; r ,, ov l e
earn ;
: Financing! A\nHaMe On All Honda Models Deputy Green. years, prior to his retirement Claude B. Barbour, 73, used cafeterias call for bids for on the food coming for $159 I IV
Surviving are his widow
'car dealer In the Lawtey
t- quarter, September October,
Martha McNeal, Brooker area for the past 18 years,' 1
I and November and for milk
1 four daughters, Mrs Eloulsi e died upon arrival at the Bradford .
Green, Winter Garden; Mrs County Hospital Satur bread, and petroleum pro- I "

1 Joiaphlne MoNeal Jackson day morning following a sudden ducts for the 1967-68 budget I V V< \
vllle; (Mrs Geraldine Knight", year. I : ?
Country Sale I Broker; and Mrs Jeanetta WITH TRADE
Lyle, Gainesville six letter from I
I ; sons North Carolina August 21, Joyce Futch long- Fast' flameleaa pushbutton
Philip, Buck and Jv C. Me 1893. time Lawtey teacher announcing -

Neal, of Jacksonville; Budd Survivors Include his wife, her retliement. :Y cooking fox
I McNeal, Palatka: Donald an 1 Ruby Jackson Barbour Law i V. less than you'd think
John McNeal ''both of Gaines
tey; two daughters: Mrs MFP Sales Tax
I vllle three brothers uoasible. Big 30in.
\Maude Cola of To-mmonsville,
McNeal Columbus, Ga.; Clev Nets School Bd.
with spaciousoven
| S, C, and Mrs Alice Hollo- range
McNeal, Canal Point an i
I, I Barney McNeal, Worthington; man of Kfflngham, S. C.; twos $74,058 In JulyThe lean-easy fea
: sons: David Barbour and
I Springs. Also surviving ar e Bobby Barbour, both of Florence Bradford County School I tures.
grandchildren and flv
,,36 S. C.;, two sisters: Mrs, Board received a 74.OC8 disbursement -
great grandchildren. E1J rr. rra :I'M!IF!zbn lr.rprr. ; !41
i W D. Raynor and Mrs. W. F. in July under the

1966 Ford Custom 1963 Ford Galaxie Antloch at Funeral 3 pro.services Thursday Church'were In wiU1Rev. held the I C.McLamb, .both of Benson N. Program state's Minimum and sales Foundation tax, according -I

Baptist I Services held Monday, to the office of State
500 4-Door. Sedan 500 4-Door Sedan .. Inerment Wilford Jordan was in officiating. Antioch July 17, from Grace Methodist Comptroller Fred 0 5000 BTU Compact!
Church lif Lawtey. Bur Dlckln.'I'I
Cemetery under the directionof son.The
Red and White. Automatic dlHbursed r
Johnson-Hayes Funeral l I lal wall In Lawtey Cemetery state
Automatic Transmission!! Radio Transmission, Radio and Home of Gainesville with Rev John W. Hickox 67 county boards of public 'i V 'Tashioncttc 6000" _

and Heater Power Steering. Heater Power Steering officiating Instruction a total of $258- I
DeWitt C. Jones FuneralHome 226,949 during the 1966-67I I ? r Bedroom Air Conditioner
Vets Get More
of Sta.rke84 In fiscal year which ended June ,
i Time To Complete charge of arrangements. 30 Of this total, $213,342,310 /. (T 5000 BTU/Hr. cooling in a compact,, lease is I
was divided among 67 8<'hoolIboards I decorator deuign. Fits standard "window

$$179500 $$99500 RehabilitationAn Torode Oil Co. for grades one through I ." Use on any adequate 116-volt household circuit. 1
12 and an additional 23884. I- r-rx.- Installs In seconds no special tools required.Tough .
I additional time of 10 I Is IncorporatedThe 639 was distributed to various -! Duramold case

I years is allowed! under ser. boards having state-supported ( I -?"' made of GE LEXAN<*

I tain circumstances for a ser- chartering of the Tor- junior college programs./ I i/J weathers elomeota won't $128Automatic
I f:i vice connected seriously disabled ode Oil Company, 213 Bout! Dickinson, made the report Model RK 301 ut ever)
I veteran to complete vocational Cherry Street, Starke, with while announcing the dlatrlbu. !
1963 Ford 1962 Ford .': rehabilitation train*. 100 shares of common stockat Lion. of $21,283,783 to county I i

Ing, M T. Dixon of the Florida $100 per share has been Boards of Public Instruction In ,I''
Dept. of Veteran's Affair announced by Sec of State the first month of the 67-68
Fast Back Galaxie has announced. Tom Adams. fiscal year.3Phase.
The additional' time may Incorporators are John A t ice is nice! %

be used If the veteran has Tbrode, George H Pierce. Season
Galaxie 500 Coupe 500 4-Door Sedan not previously been rehabilitated and Sarah P. Torode, all of General Electric..replaces: ice automatically ,;

through such training, Starke. For MigratoryDove
Automatic Transmission Radio Automatic Transmission Radio or If his service cornectec I Enjoy a continuous supply of cubes.
I In 1967-68
and Heater. Power Steering. and Heater. Power Steering disability has worsened, !so U.S. 301 Traffic .
that he can no longer follOwthCJ Florida hunters will' have a /

$109500 $$79500. was occupation originally for trained.which ha Growing: Heavier three-phase dove season hunting for during migratory .1 / 'No Frost 16'I,

A State Road Department
Dixon advises that veterans '
the 1967-68 season, accord 13: 6 cu.ft
falling Into this category traffic survey on U. S. 301) "
ing to W T. MoBroom, with Automatic Icemaker
should contact their local during the month of May
Chairman, Game & Fresh
Veteran County Service Officer showe over a five per cent Increase
I or write him *t P. O In the traffic flow Water Fish" Commission.The Ice Bin stores up to 1241I .
first will be .
1962 Ford / -Tan' 1961 Falcon Box 1437 St. Petersburg, Fla, over The 1966.average dally Volumeof from; October 7 through No- I IBs, 340 cubes. '. w>w (L.Glaafc .

north-bound traffic af the vember 5. The second ''Phase 4 a l zero-degree freezer
Teenage Movie Set I 1k
Intersection of SR-18 and U opens November 13 to run >
At Hampton Baptist S. 301, 35 miles north of December 3. The third phase ar"'" i. I holds up to :118 Jis. frozen;
Pick-Up Station Wagon Waldo was measured at 3,709 will be open December 16 + l -
foods. f&M&cacrRons
A young college student's cars, a five per" cent increaseover through January

struggle with his own misdirected last year. Southboundtro1lUc Shooting will be allowed out on wlicels> for easy
(! motives set against wa* measured at 3.231 from 12 noon until sunset of I .
a background! : of scenic California cars per day, a 5.8 Increase each open day. The dally a V cleaning!

$79-500$29500 mountain terrain pro- over 1966. limit for dove will be 12 with i GE colors: or Whit
vides the central Interest for A comparison with 196 I'a. possession of ,two days bag.I

'Highest Mountain," a full was not available due to con- Other lutes for migratory V
color teenage; motion pictureto struction on .the road. game during the 1987-68, la4Vw.

be'shown Sunday July 23, season are as follows: Rail I $

at 6:30: p. m at the Hampton Dr. D. W. Whiffen Attends [marsh hen and a.l1lnule1"open _. wN $378
Baptist Church. Practice Seminar September 18 through:' I V
Ben,. the college student. Is Dr. D. W Whlffen Starke November 24: with a dally
a pre-med, looking toward optometrist, attended a post- bag of 15 and a total possession I
BALDWIN service as broad as graduate contact !lens practice of 30. Woodcock''
medical missionary His sister seminar at Souhern College ,opens November 11 and

Denise tries to show him of Optometry, Memphis. loses January 14 with a,
that while his objectives are Tenn July 912. dally bag of 5 and a total,, WESTERN AUTOASSOCIATE
good he is taking himself Dr. Whiffen. participated possession of 10 (except in
ChevroletOldsmobile much too seriously. Not Until In lectures and demonstra- the Northwest' Region where

Rosa a swashbuckling OI. tions cveling contact lens design the. woodcock season opens
appears In the scene and begins fitting, '.adjustment andmodification November 18 to concise with, I STORE
showing romantic inter- and other previously esnbllshedpcnlng
U. .S.? ;301 ,North Starke Phone 1)61-7500) In face '' "lI.IOn1,1 ::112! W. Call St. Phone 9616341TIItTRSDAV.
est Denise, does Ben peels -of contact 'lens practice. c) of quail ]
-' ,. 'up to WmselT.' ilWpot season opens .Novam-, -


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rUtJRSnAY. JULY 20, 1967

Board BorrowsTo less what you chances know are when you'll to do be' Increase In Cancer Deaths materials These materials may I 1031 Scot Boulevard 1 .IUFP: UrUFI'ls.k/.. .unil must, be sworn to by the
I be obtained without cost from DO"RllII'', UoorRla J. V nttlFFla, decpnHi.il.. claimant his agent or his uttor-
unhappy with the results. YOU AKK HISHKBy: NOTI- NOTICH TO (.HKIill'OIlS ,
It will become
hey ni acuorillnir -
I Five reasons" why you prune Among Men Laid To.' SmokingHow any of the Society's 20 Cancer KIKf: > that milt for divorce Hn<1netileniont All creditor' ) of the estate orJ.rr to lit w.
Information offices throughout of the parties' property Grlrfla a/k/a J.1'. Qrlffls. July 18, 1007.!
are: rltfht, child ouittodv and deceased l, are hereby notified. IH1'J.llth' Clrlffla DeMauro
Florida or by contacting
To remove diseased or dead mipimrt und attorney fee* for and required to file any claim EDITH cmiFFia!
Pay Teachers: wood. total cancer deaths diagnose this type of cancer In I the Society's Division office in I'lHlntlff'H attorney hue been or) demands. which they may DeMAUItOAdministratrix
among men have bttn steadily time for a cure. As !a result. Tampa. Included in the materials riled iiKHlnat. you as Defenilunt her iiKHlnnt .skI estate In thnofflLO of the
To liv Linda UN") || .
restrict the plant tilzo increasing, while among women Horn an PlaIntiff of the county Judire of 'HHlate. of Jeff Irlffta
only about five per pent of all are educational films: In lliu above styled Court Lire il' ,'" .
To thin where needed. County Kl'irlda In ,U,Ik/.. .I V. ((JrirriH,
the death rate has" been cases anil <"IIIIHU and you aie required I the i -hotter ,
Furred are being, saved. today. for group showings literature coin ut i Stark e Florida borrow
to $65,200to : suit the hits been
county To
thicken them, and gradually decreasing Is dinclos to fll" your Defenao 01 i'nen'ar within six calendarmonthti
<:ovei n cash deficit and to :short $64,000( in. each of the To Increase the size of flowers In addition to being a cause and materials or use by news- to th.. Complaint 1 axflKid from." the date of theril.t *, PIEIWHJo.i1
ed in -the 1967 manual "Can- of lung therein, with : ; :Vorth Tnmpl Av".
radio and television Clerk of
cancer the U.s. ,
Bradford 172 teachers its Surg- papers 'iiubllcatlnn 'of this notice .
pay two on anticipated .
pas years or fruit. cer Facts and Figures," pub- eon General stations." thu Circuit !Court, I In, and for I I3aili: i flaim. or dutnand must be Htarlo 1 Fii.a'idaC'irct .
theli final checks In August. revenue. Luther Terry's Bradfv-rd publication'" on July 20,
pay In removing diseased of deadwood lished by the American Cancer 1964 County Courthouse In writing, and must state the.I
Supt. Tom Casey la darkly The School Board's shareof "Smoking. and Health atarke. Florida, and serve a place or residence and postoffice I 1667. '
Jasper ornamental Society. Report" copy thereof upon .said Plaintiff address 7/20 4t 8/10
stated that the mortality of the claimant
predicting a cutback In that cornea to approximately horticulturist with the Florida LAURA BAPTIST attorney Barton T
school) programs for the 1907- $35,000 per year so over the Agricultural Since 1936, the increase ratio of smok-irs over Ovuiclas, 103 North Main 1
68 term. two years the school budgetis Experiment among men has been about 35 non-smokers Is particularly Sunday' School r 6:45: a. m. Street I. P.O. Drawer 1228.

I iRdi'or's: Note: See l later, short about $70,000 of an- healthy Station, or says live cut wood back about Into an per cent. Among women, the high for a number of other Mwrnlng Worship J 11 a. m. UalneKvllle fore, the Slat, Florida day of on or bs'l, BILL POWELL\ REAL ESTATE

article on school budget.) ticipated revenue which has inch. decrease Is estimated to be diseases. These' Include, bronchitis Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m.. 1967; and If you fall to ilo u. -
The deficit was created. to be made up from other takes place.way proper healing about 13 per centI f Studies emphysema cancer of Prayer Meeting,. Wednesday a Dofault atralnat Judgment you for will the re betaken

Cnsey' snys from nonpayment sonrccH. "Thin show that women more will- the larynx, oral cancer, cancer 7:30: p. m.-Rev. Luther Me lief demanded In the Coin TOELL
of anticipated tlmber- Advance payments to federal back to a side brancn"by cutting InRlv accept the value of regular of the esophagus! am! peptic dee, pastor. CHUMP plaint., Hhall und proceed thereafter Ex Hartt mild

lan'J' taxes and advance pay- 1 project, for which the Dr. Joiner said. "This health checkups.] ulcer. WITNI4HU/ my hand und coal. BUY SCALL TRADE
ments made to federal Board' will be reimbursed, way y.ni "Because there is mounting) of Kiilcl Court thin Illth, day of
pro. seldom The report further discloses
get any additional budding July. A.D 11)67) at Starke.
which will Inter be total $18,462, Casey sllYs.AJ.J evidence /that cigarette smokIng : 961-6464
grams. returned .
or breaking of buds at that the rise in cancer! mortality rN TUB: c'mci'JT rornT OP"/ Florida.Charles
to the county coupled this togeher with the the !in men is due largely with an expeoed: shortage in uncertainty of how much point. lives of people a spokesmanfor <"IM the school will Materials from the soil) rapidly increasing cases of the Florida CO county's Division of
ata.te funds which the money go ,
superintendent DIVOUCH
cancer of the lung. Lung AND OTHKKIUCL.1KP1 ) County Florid
blAmes on Gov. receive from the state leaves directly to the side branchesand cancer the American Cancer Society By: Beulah M. Moody WRITE : P.O. BOX 1089

Claude Kirk's vetoes of the budget for the coming fiscal allows thinning.If however can be considered said "we are expanding and LINDA OAII. HUKN Deputy Clerk -
a preventable disease sinceit Plaintiff, 7/10 4 X/10 VISIT: 401 \V. MADISON ST.
education appropriations bills. year up in the air, Casey the cut is between nodes has been established that !intenslylng our programs of -v_ -
Supt Casey Is carefully examining says. or aide branches, several lung to public education. To help disseminate LAWRENCE ait-nisnT HORN. STARKE
cancer IN
a great extentis 1eteaI.nt.TO COUNTY JUDOD'S "I'OHKT
his program, to see It would be helpful, the breaks will develop at the cut caused by cigarette smoking. the facts to the : I ."rJNC'B. OII.IIRHT IN:- AND POR BRADFORD FARMS ACREAGE

just where his predicted cutback superintendent: says. If a. decision -I point. Joiner explains that ifallowed unfortunattly It Is difficult to broadest possible audience we flORNptn.'nt COUNTY FLORIDA. I I
handed down in the .. D-.l In r.: Estate of
,can. be made. The problem were to develop at these are offering a wide variety o: I Estate Broker HOMES COMMERCIAL:
will be put up to the timber suits. Hearings were'' breaks, the plant will actually .
held In the four In January
School Board, he said. cases thicken at the cutting point.
but Circuit Judge John
The kindergarten program A. H. Miirpliree's! decision is, The size Qf flowers and fruit
was the last to be added; it still forthcoming.! The timber' he wild, depend on the numbei Li

might/ oa well be the first togo company lawyers were presentto on each stem or plant. "If yo-

," wan his gloomy prediction protest their 1907 assessments reduce the flowering buds 01 _IITV ___

The program l In just one earlier this month before fruit, those that remain wil''!
".n,... .I.,'. I
,, the Board of }o4uall2n.It be larger in sire," he said.

In a special meeting lIon. As to when to prune, the I _
'Thurjclny., the 'School Boar . .
UF scientist says It dependson "" '" ".'.Q,3.f' ; '":" '.z.... '.. z'iJII, '
Approved borrowing the $83,,, Social the plant. Those normally I EXPERIENCED WAITRESl s
'200) at 4 ,per cent Interest from]; Security flowering In the wanted. Apply in person a TilE RIGhT POINT for th-

ihe Florida Bank at Stark. Must Be Paid On never oe pruned spring between should the f the Oarden Restaurant. tfch| rm If find I II the way :you write. Come band
The short-term note. will b Household fall and spring because "you'i! P. R[ you your name among1 the Classified Ads, select' :your favorite ES .
Yppald when tax monies begiro HelpDo FfcRBROOK. loiuitaln .
\ be paid In November Case;:yeaye. be flowers.cutting" This off many of the bring to The Telegraph office and receive FREE I pen.TFI.KC.RAPH ,

TJie. school boarJ's budget S employee you? If hive so. a you household may' be should prune these means plants you immediately ; I THEATRE PASS PASS to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive-In. I II USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned -
after inJ I
for the past two years hav,e required to file Form 942 Em the flowering I $15 up. 10 different
Included timber tax payment!a ployer' Quarterly Tax Return spring. I I name brands to choose from

according ito 'the 100 per cent for Household Employees. Plants normally flowering in DID YOU KNOW !It's easy to I Parts &: excellent repairs aV

property assessments the, Social Security taxes are the fall set their buds in the! own a Longchamp Home t Bet. :j I CARL BEGGS makes. KIRB7 SALES A

county went to two years ago,. due" when $50 or more in cash spring and therefore should bel I ter built for Florida living. IRIIEfcHifttt 1 SERVICE 712 N. Main Gainesvllle -.- ,
Is to pruned only in the late fall PAINTS Your ;i1 Gulf Service 3767110.
But timber firms are contestIng '- wages paid any employee plans .or ours. Your lot tfchg
the new assessments and In a calendar quarter: for services after flowering. I or ours. Contact Buford Mitchell USED PARTS COMER'S
)lave paid taxes according 0 of a household nature. Plants that are flowering or, phone (KM-0853; P.O. Box I Top Price fur Wrecked Cars BEACH &

their own valuating. As a re. In general. this includes growing all! year around or 238 Starka. tfchg 1 24 Hour Wrecker Service: Spend the : COTTAGES with .
day family
services performed by cooks, through most of the summer your
C. L. Baetzman
Davis Oassett i on Santa Fe Lake. Parking
housekeepers, maids, cleaning can ,be pruned at anytime, j -' Fuel Oil ---

STARKE women baby sitters, janitors, Joiner said. FOR SALE..... $1.00 per car. Swim, picnic FOR IMMEDIATE:
laundresses I BRICK HOUSE AAA S & II Green Stumps free. Cottages by the week Occupancy
and caretakers handy- I ready for occupancy. 3 bed. Hwy. aOl N. Waldo Ph. 468-1129, Maude Comer, 3 bedroom, 'bath and Yt
men, gardeners.No .
j4 L room. 1H bath. Located just 4681808LACY Earlton. 12tchg 8-24 brick home In Pinebreeze.
BUSNESSDIRECTORY! taxes are due on outside of city limits in Pine- Small down payment and as-

amounts paid to porsona who -J breeze. Small down payment. CONWAY TilE RIGHT POINT for the sume low monthly payments.Off .

are not oour employees. Carpenters Easy monthly term Long. FLYING SERVICE! the way you write. Come III Besacnt' Road. Call 376-

painters, plumbers. and I champ Const Co., Contact. Bu FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Air- and select :your favorite ES. 4637, Gainesville or 964-7163.

repairmen, or those who work I I ford Mitchell Phone' 964-6853, plan rentals. Greyhound Bus TERBROOK .rmntaln pen. T. E. Malloy Box 849, Starka.

AUTO REPAIRS for you as independent contractors P. O. Box 238,' Starke. tfnhg: Charter. Keep your party together TELEGRAPH.No. tfchg

are not considered as July 18, 1967 I I -. .- charter a bus. Phone .

Earl's Garage employees.The Editor Telegraph: 9646090. itctlf 503 64 Acres farm, 2 bed- I1OPMASONRY J

ALL KINDS! employer tax and the Well, the people have spoken LAlIII")1J! Alt : -. room frame home. 45/ acres improved -
AUTO OF employee tax are each 4.4 per again I IReplying HATKS<: ; : FOR RENT By week 2 bed pasture Fenced and
All Work Guaranteed. WORK cent or, a. total of 8.8 per cent to "A Disheartened lip f. II nor,. .__..|OO room air conditioned cottage cross fenced. Many out-bulld-
of total J cash wages of $50 or on Crystal Lake. Call Mrs. l Ings. Only $17,600.
Phone 864-7005: Citizen" in last week's Issue Each word ...r 19 ..OT ,
more paid during a calendar : U K. Whitehead, 964-6512. No. 528 Corner lot 150': by
So. Walnut. Starke quarter during 1967. If the Extra "...... tt".ot ttchlrINS1.'RANCE 100'. 3 bedrooms CBS home
employer !It is First-why does not the Injured paid IN a4v*.... .._.Sfi !
prefers. permls-
AUTO SERVICE I Shaded by large Pecan trees. MATERIALSReady \
party, who evidently
sable for him to pay the full ME IRIU.II. ItKHOI.t: MOV4 Surrounded by Azaleas. Small
Gilbert 8.8 per cent. prefers to remain. anonymous f!' eec,. frt wesdCA1ID AT REDUCED RATES down payment. Total price,
S. Brown --come out !in the open and r AUTO !Mix
The tax applies] only to the OP THA1K4SO -'I- I FIRE BOAT 8500., Concrete, Con-
be identified? word I... DOYLE B. CONNER crete Block, Sand Rock.
Standard Oil Ser\lc Station first $6.800 of taxable cash o 9I.AllK.rki HUNDEItWATER For homes, farms, ranches, ,
Second-Why does the local ward ever SO ? .(Ml _I INSURANCE AGENCY I Cement Mortar
) Steel -
ATLAS wages paid to an employee In MAKE RESERVATIONSNOW acreage, business, and Oyster
4TIRES & BATTERIES a. calendar :yea:. City Council fall to set up a for Fall Term IMama tfch* I meat homes give us a retlre-j Shell. Llmer k, Roof

t., Budget Termn.-t Service Form' 942 returns together reasonabledeposit on current Priest Kindergarten and*.DayCare STROUT REALTY Gravel, Precaot' Lintel and

Phone 061-7071 with payment of the tax covering water, gas etc? Florida Pow- Center, Call 964-7234. BI: lc MoUi : NEW MOBILE homes, Chick- 2117 N. Temple Ave. Starke, I Window 8IU.*. Everythingfor

'407 N. Temple Starl.eHURST'S the three months of er & Light Co. asked! me to 6-8 Stchg 7-27 WEED CUTTING : anha 20' &: 24 wide, Buddy- Fla. ((904)) 9646609. Maxionry Construction.

April, May and June pre due deposit $20 In May 1960, even : ', i Clcnuon, Layton Travel Trail

August I, 1967. though I am a homeowner. All 4 ers, Liberty Taylor Azalea ANNOUNCINGANew
Reduce safe, simple and fast Type AT LAST!
Circular H. Household Employer's Third-I am under ..14' Impression with GoBese tablets. OSo. buy, sell, trade Year bank fi I-
SHELL Only -
Social that elected Bulldozer & : 1 A HOME OWNERSPOLICY I
Security Tax an [Koch's Drugstore. lOtchg/ 8-24 nancing. Buckeye: Trailer Mait,
Service Station Guide, which furnishes more clerk (city, county or, whatever Drag Line Work -. I Inc. 8378 Roosevelt Blvd. I Mix PlantKeystone

flu Oils Lubrication. detailed information on this ] is elected! primarily to WANTED Experienced Sec Orange Park 204-2131. tfchg Ready
For Mobile Homes
Goodyear Tires & Butfeerlea subject, may l>obtained by keep records. That applies retary. Write "S", Drawer A, J. C. Gardner 1 I at

ROAD 8KUVICK. J dropping a post card to the even to a church clerk In. the Starke giving age, education, HONK: ,.fl4-! .,.,?., : Myers Power ToolsArea That Qualify HeightsFor

SOl and 100 Stark! District Director. Internal Baptist Church. experience references, etc. I. Headquarters For CALL TilE MAN

I Revenue Service 400 West Fourth Why should: not tfohg FOR RENT Unfurnished,,,1 -S Lawnmowern. Power Tools FROM: KEYSTONE Better Service To
METAL WORK Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla-' the City Council authorizethe two BR house outside city. I
32202. Utility Director to pull the 3 BEDROOM house unfinished. Varnished e! apartments In I BltCulloch Chain Saws George E. LaRue That Area.

THOMPSONSheet current off of anyone refusing UVa acres strawberry land. ya Starke. W. H. Nollman. tf chg I Pumps & Water Systems INSURANCE AGENCY
mile from city limits. $4,000.00. Briggs & Stratton Engine We Will Not Be

Metal WorksAll I Right And Wrong cut-off to date pay ?his bill by the Ph. 94-5801. tfchg SILVER SANDS LAKE Rentals. Sales Service Keystone hits 473-4692 Undersold.

Way To PruneOrnamentals Fifth-Why pass the buck THANK YOU NOTES-Beau- $2.700 to $3.500 HASTINGS MATTRESS 230 Gainesville N.E. 16th 370-3411 Ave. 1tfchg1 OR SALE or rent large 1

Types Metal Work- to Mr. Edwards, who Is honestly tifully engraved in gold or GATOR BONE LAKE & UPHOLSTERY WORKS 2 stOry house -14 rnnma.- 4 Bradford

Heat & Air Cond. trying to serve all. the silver. $1.25 for box of 29/ Including $3,575 to $4.275 710 Lemon St. Falatka-. baths, $8,500. 514 S. Epperson
people? EASY TERMS Furniture HOUSE; FOR SALE Law. St. Y. L. Klrchalne. P.O. Box
Systems InstalledRd. There's a right and wrong envelopes. Bradford Repaired i
16 E. way to prune ornamentals. Sincerely,, County Telegraph. tf See S. E. McKay Upholstered & Refinished' tey. Frame house, 1800 square I 78, Hampton. Fit.: ,tfchg H EngineeringCo.
Ph. 961-5723:\ There'll also a right' and wrong Walter T. Lee feet with central heat &: all

time of year to prune and un- WANTED< Experienced mechanic -. Keystone Height MATTRESSES REBUILT conditioning. 3 bedrooms, family $ LUCRATIVE $
Phone I 473-4818 New Innersprinfts room living room dining
S general repairs. 60-40
Full time work. Phone Lake; 473-4740)' or 473-4152 and Box Springs room, carpeting Included. $ BUSINESS $ :

752-4084. 7/20(I Large. garage Call 782-3450 or, Full or part-time. Never offered .
City atchg MAN or couple to live In with Drop Us A Card or Call-
CiHAHD OLE OPRY elderly person. Call 833-2493. PAtATKA EA 5-9166 964-7826. tfchg. before. Something completely Phone Starke
FOR RENT Small unfurnished new and noncompetitive
Stchff 7/27 MKS. PEGGY SMALLER FOR SALE or lease Large t I
2 bedroom house. Large earning- Gainesville Florida yard. Ideal for couple or small j SINGER DIAL-O-MATIC 209/ E. Ailkln St. 3 bedroom frame house, cornerlot. une. You can do the same In

family. 25O N. Bay St. tfchg Stand,, Agent Fenced back yard, new
r CONSOLE MODEL SEWING your community. Minimum Investment
HIGH SCHOOL Keystone Ready
AUDITORIUM roof. 746. S. Westmoreland St.
MACHINE. 'Must place In : of $46325: required,
Flberglss or phone 964-6579. tfchg
your area. A-I which Is fully secured. This is I
shape. Zlg- .,
Motor and Trailer. 733 S. Cher.ry Keystone
Thursday, July 27 8:00: P.M. St., Ph. 9846360. 3tp 7-20; Zags, makes button holes, GIFTS KlngJ Lake definitely a once-ln-a-llfe time H
fancy designs, sews on but- Furnished house $22,000, opportunity. I ask you to investigate 4734285FOR

In Person HAMPTON HORSE SHOW tons, appliques, monograms, By0ii $3,000.00 down. $15000 : and then decide.

Ask EVERY SUNDAY 2 p.m. etc. ,Sold new for over 300. month. A. J. Thomas Realtor.per Write United Amusements SALE Dachshund 1V'

Roy Drusky And His Band Timed Events MUST SACRIFICE. Just pay Tel. 961-5701.& 921 Volusia Ave., Daytona yrs. /Male. House trained. AKC

FEATURING Ribbons &: Prizes balance, $63, or assume $8 Beach, Fla. 2t chg 7/20 Reg. $45. Ph. 964-5370. Up

CURLEY HARRIS Charley SR 18 E, Hampton Fla. monthly payments. Will!} take Dfepbiyv AtWIHUm FOR SALE: One large trI:1 WANTED Run/-ebout boat

Also Everyone Welcome. Itp. older machine In. trade. Call J w lryOr4 cycle 1 sidewalk bicycle :: FOR RENT Large ware- ''trailer. Call 964-5631 or 964-
I E. credit COLLECT hou e. Available August 13.:
manager training wheels, 1 Msutang' 3416.
BILLY OAR AND THE COUNTRY LADS I FOR SALE 18.000 BTU Jacksonville 393-1946, any time. r Only 9f'7Sb? pedal car. Call 964-5819.; It Contact Mrs. L .1. Green, ItchgFOR

DIXIE RAMBLERS Johns |i Wizard Air Conditioner. $112. Will deliver.! No obligation. phone 964-0886. 2tchg 7/20- SALE -- 3 Shetland

COUNTRY GENTLEMEN F|'Contact owner 064-8790./ Itp -. ',4t- h(? 7-27 Now Open For Business ponies; 1 Falamlno Stallion;

WILL YOU need for Shoe Repadr by Phillip, 126 FOR 1 Chestnut Stallion Black
money SALE :Meat Market ; 1
FOR SALE One 21" Phllco!
Will Baby Sit In. reliable home .
About this question: TV, One Electric Range. Will I Xmas? Why not become a Beeline North Court Opposite Court fixtures: 2 walk-In boxes, 2 mare. Two bridles; 1 saddle; 1
day or night. :Phone 064-5074.
Cliff Walden, M.C. "We are all so shocked sell cheap. Ph. 782-3523. Itp .2tchg 7/20 Fashion Stylist? Work House. 3tp 8/3 chop blocks, 1-18 foot freezer,- pony cart. $300. Phone 964-

Courtesy! Radio Station WUWU I when hours that are convenient for FOR RENT Furnished 2 1-18 foot reach In dairy and 6557 day or 964-7649 night.
: the radio or newspaper FOR RENT 4 furnished YOU and YOUR family Call .
room POINTER FEMALE: White, 'bedroom house. Close In. Mrs veg. case, 1 sausage mill, cub- IK-hg
tells of a home burn apartment. Private entrance- Gainesville COLLECT 482-1640 er, electric saw, scales cleavers .
.. liver and E. J. 964-5884 --!
A .. ; ticked, my nameplate Dowling, phone Not responsible for debts of
ling: to the ground and 224 W. Lafayette. 2tchg 7/27 NOW! lip knives, etc. Make me an
on Collar, strayed during 370 W. Call St. Itchg Court Shoe Repair after July

Sponsored By I children burning to death. FOR SALE Electric lawnmower ., storm July 8,. and picked up. ''u offer all or part Call 13, 1967, Edward A. Hall.
Mrs. G. F. Odom
Ft. FIBERGLASSCD Ski 964-7712
ARCHER VOLUNTEER FIRE If we put real vigor into I 18" blade 15./ Good Return at once..*'and avoid 3tp 8/3
DEFT. this Fire Inspection condition. Ph. 964-5580 after 4 grand larceny prosecution. You Boat with tilt trailer, $375. Call PULP WOOD HAULERS' after 8 p.m. 3tp 7/27

ARCHER FLA. i pro- pm. It did not raise this. one .;-. Identification 473-4607. Keystone Heights. SPECIAL 1955 thru 1964
I Proceeds to Volunteer Fire Department Fund gram. and really remedy Is positive. HOLLISV. Itp Mack B61T'. Standard Cab FOR RENT Large 3 room FOR SALE Honda phone

CHIEF GERALD ROBINSON, Fire Chief, Archer the fire hazards that are NOTHING DOWN 2 acres KNIGHT, 344 North Wal- Diesels all units road. ready apt., furnished. Private entr- 782-3633. Itchg

I uncovered Isn't' it possible 2 bedroom, partially furnished; nut. Starke. Fla. Itchg many to choose) from. Mack ance. Phone 964-5027 or 964-

that house, 965 mo. Total price FOR SALE Allii Chalmers' Trucks, Inc. Jacksonville, Fla. 6107 after p.m. 2tchg 7/20
Advance Tickets Adults $1.50 some family be
Students $1.00 miv $6 OO.00. Turn right off 301North GOOD FRESH cut Bermuda Model B Tractor some equipment Ph. 3 J-I066 354-3721.: Art FOR SALE
or 1963 Falcon 2
TICKETS AT DOOR snared a fire tragedy rl..MIn /in first road beyond grass for sale. Phone 9646742. $300. Also, half Red Bone
Cook, Used Truck Manager. FOR SALE 1964 Corvalr,. dr., 6 cylinder, 3 fans. Also
ADULTS $2.00 STUDENTS $1.50 our own community?"' Farmers Market, 7th house on I Itchg & half Black &: Tan walking Itchg cheap. Call after 5 p.m. 964.- baby crib with mattreso.

right. ltchg. hound, both 2 years old. Call 7302.( 2tp 7-27. Phone 961-6213.: Itchg ,
Cl1arl-v E.: John WANTED 782-3901 or 7823784. Itp Arthur R. Gaskins
Tickets May Be Purchased At The WANTED Middle age couple Used tin. Phone

Bradford County Telegraph Office A crf nv to run a restaurant. Apart- 984-6742 Itchg '

OPHONK .... ment and utilities furnished.' I, MO-PEO FOR SALE. Alvarez There will\ be a HORSE SHOW,,' First $10 Buys Nice Apart-
", .1. eI, 44 JHodel. $75 or Store, FOR SALE CHEAP- Large Sunday, 23
July 2
I Come to To Rena Motel U.s.. at p.m. ment Size Gas Range. Call /Mrs.
!UI4ft/ 7''" trade( for car Good condition. air conditioned Reasonable. house at Lawtey. Phone 782-- Timed events. State Road 18 Crowson at 964-6306.
301 North Starke, -
.tfcbg I'll. 964-3090. ,. Itp Phone 964-5003. 4tcng 8/10 3620. .. Jtp I east Hampton. Itchg

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The People Speak Again a1r ; .....9.CITIZENS.. ............,

$ Senior Cltbcn, Dorothy Ker
Tuesday's 4-to-l vote by some voiced a desire to improve relations : rigan, arrived home on (Monday. A "
I 53 the Edwards made July 17 after a long absence.
per cent of 2,231 registered Clerk Merrill
during which time she was 1 Inconstant
voters of the of Starketo offer in
City his latest public over attendance on her '

elect their city clerk and chiefof WPXE Radio in the political for- rw mother, (Mrs Alice I. Oertle",

police certainly seemed a deci- um sponsored Monday night by < who passed away on July 12:!

sive voice of the people's wishes, the Starke Jaycees. Any council iC at her home In Floral Park, :
Island N.Y.
and we certainly have no quarrel member will tell you he would Long ,
The railroad strike almost' a
with that. Nor have we lost faith like nothing better than for the upset Dorothy's plans to re

in our traditionally elective formof things to go smoothly, that he is p'w turn home but fortunately the

government.It ready and willing if only the Seaboard Coast Lines were not tirt e

should be pointed out, how- Clerk will cooperate. struck. ___ _._ :
We had a wonderful time at<1
ever, that the vote obviously Then at the very next council r, our picnic on July 11 at the; Staff of the new North Florida. CMI Defense Area Enrwrgrency -

leaves the situation at City Hall meeting the same antagonism home of Joe and Beth Werne) Operations Center hero are (seated) Arm Director Walter -
unchanged at least until rn ( 'w V e on Little Lake Geneva. It was
Septem- flares anew. Murikhrey: Communication. Technician Cecil Ellington,
ber's annual city election. As much The City Council, no matter the an Ideal day of warm, sunshine and Secretary Jane Lrathprwuod.
with a nice breeze blowing 1 la
as it is needed we can see nothingin outcome of Tuesday's vote, still from the. lake.

the vote which will bring has the responsibility to operatethe An ingenious game made Volunteers Needed

harmony and cooperation betweenthe City in the most efficient from an ordinary egg flat,

City (Clerk and Council. manner of which it is capable.The painted red, white and blue

Antagonism that has run ramp- Council is responsible only to by marbles Alex Morton provided, and much a handfulof fun Area CD Office

ant for years is not apt to be the people. Our next meeting will bo I

healed when the Council convenes The City (Clerk, we submit, i i1* held at the Recreation Center

again August 1, as much as thatis responsible to the City Councilas on Pratt St., July 25: at 7:30:

to be desired. We still would well as to the people. It is stilla p.m.friend.Come along and bring .a In Full Operation

not attempt to lay the blame in fact that, under the elective sys- : ....

the lap of any person, or group tem, the Clerk can thwart the will .T.L, Employment Tax
: The North Florida' Civil Defense The area CD office also supports
of persons. of the Council while professingto
Area office operationhere the efforts of the Association -
but the welfare of the of the interest of the Return Deadline
City act in people. It In full swing this week, for Communlty-Wldo

Starke is still at stake. The real Both parties, however, owe it to> employers have an Important but still complicated by the Protection From Nuclear Attack

issue still is : what is the best the people to lay their differences tax deadline on Monday, problem of moving and settingup an, Independent) group In

for the City of Starke. aside and to place the welfare of r Q.a',, Il toF'NEai July 31, 1067. equipment In the new Cnlneivllle hooded by University -
A' jTll} This Is the due date for reporting emergency operations center on of Florida Prof Arthur
Under the circumstances, the the ,City above all else. That is
and withheld Edwards Road, Arm CD Direc- Broyles, who worked with Dr.
answer to that is that the City their public trust. i s paying
/p : Income and Social Security tor Walter Murphey says. Edward Teller In developing;
Clerk and Council should come to If this is not done, the peopleowe taxes for the calendar quarter Main purpose of the office Is the first hydrogen bomb.

their senses and mend their it to themselves to correct .,v{ _. .1 ended June 30 1967, accordingto to assist the area In planning Director Murphey\ 'recently/

fences, at least until the electionin the situation. If need be, we hope Now how about referendum for little and ? A. J. O'Donnell' Jr., District and preparation for a nuclear traveled In Europe to observ
a a peace quiet Director of Internal! Revenue. attack, but natural disastersof civil defense prepa.ratlon1'l"&ome '
September. Nothing, absolutely they will use the "voting rights"they
Employers who received a any type will see Director of which are much better
nothing, can be gained by continu- so jealously guarded Tuesdayto preaddressed Form 941 shoulduse Murphey and his staff actingas than In the United States, he

ing the bickering that has goneon rectify their mistakes. Petty .. .L.. this form to report their trouble shooters for the 18 says.'
for years. That does nothing politics and personal dislikes ROPING CLUB /tax liability and should attachto county area. The daily routinecan There are four area Emergency -

except thwart the best interestsof should certainly not be allowed to NEWS And NOTES the return the validated depositary be anything from the an- operation centers in the
RESULTSWinners receipts previously received nual program projections for state: The West 'Florida officeIn
the City, which every memberof plow under what so many dedicated : .e. the the CD
for months of April area operation, which Tallahassee In the sUb-base-
the Council and.the City Clerk people and so many tax dollarsare For Today's Homemakers and May the staff Is immersed In now, ment of the Supreme Court

professes to have at hear working to achieve. By Martha Sue McCain for July 15, in orderof Mr. O'Donnell pointed out to promoting civil defense on Building, the Central Florida
that who made full the national level.
Both parties have continually finishing: employers office In Wildwood and South
County Extension Age 7 and Under, and timely deposits In Federal Prime Importance' Is givento Florida office at Jupiter In the
Home Economics Agent Dennis Brown Reserve banks or authorized promoting community shelter Jonathan Dickinson State
II Relief For Ad Valorem Taxes? Cloverleaf: ,
Cindy Jorrton, Bobby Carter commercial banks, sufficient to planning for the area's en- Park.
Linda Crtffls, Dora Trlest, Kim pay their full tax liability for tire population in event of Four of the 13' counties In
Amid all the confusion of the mittee to decide on a compromise Prescott. the quarter ending June 30, nuclear war. But Director >the North Florida area, Ala-

iengthy legislative session, just figure between the House's $250i i WHAT IS FLAVOR? spoon. Simmer 2 to 3 mln- Barrel Weave: (Mark Joyner, 1067, Including those requiredto Murphey says he Is not happy chua., Bradford Duval, and
Senate's $240,000 Have you ever thought tes and It's ready to serve Cindy Jordon, Dennis Brown, make semimonthly deposits, with the results of the program Putnam have emergency operation
theme the
adjourned one was appar- and
000 ground. why one food:l. tastes better hot. This sauce provides 20 Linda Grlffls, Linda. Lee, !Mike have until August 10, 1967, ,to People will not become centers and three others.
ently clear throughout relief ceiling, never got off the than another? Why :You\ get calories per tablcpsoon. Lawson file their returns. Interested In. fall out shelters In Lafayette, Nassau, and St.

for ad valorem taxes. Millions of That alone would have cost hungry just smelling some Pole Bending: Dennis Brown, "Bmployer's! Tax Ouklo", unless they think a nuclear Johns, are nearing completionnow.

words were written about Flor- Bradford Countians one mill in t foods. Cindy Jordon, Bobby Carter, (Publication No. li: ), common> war is Imminent. Other counties in the

ida's first two-party system and property taxes if present services The most common answerto 25 Years AgoBy Mark Joyner, Linda Lee, Kim Jy called Circular E, which (Engineer' are another problem area are Madison, Taylor,
the inexperienced and youthful maintained at their present flavor Is the sum total PrelJ<'ott. furnishes detailed Informationon in finding shelter for the Hamilton, Suwannce. Dixie,

the thing were ." of taste and odor :But does It Alice McOarvey Buddy .Plck-UipuMVlt.Joy-: : : : ,,." this subject, may be ob- ,populous since the"federal government Gllchrlat, Columbia, Baker,
Legislatureut' one level. really: tell you too much? To ner, Bobby Carter, Linda Lee, tained by dropping a post card requires a protection Union, Clay, And Flagler.
that seemed clearest throughout In another move, the LegislaT Its much mote -Its the Farm land in Bradford Kim Prescott, Cindy Jordon, to your District Director, Internal factor (PF) of 40 for a building The area office here, Director >
the session was the determination ture shifted the responsibility for enjoyment we find In foods. County totaled 88.000 acres Linda Grlfflfl. Revenue Service 400 to be classified as a she! Murphey says> Is In "des
1 I most lawmakers demonstrated to matching county employees' retirement Even this isn't all of the and constituted about 30 per Age 8To12 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, ter Many buildings would af- perate" need of a 46 man. volunteer

relieve the personal and propertytax payments from the stateto story. What comes to mini: cent of the area, accordingto : Cloverleaf: Ronnie Hall, Florida 32202. ford better protection than staff. Anyone Is .welcome -
the when you say flavor-salty? the Florida State Plan- Randy Joyner, Sandy Morgan, moat homes, ,but cannot be designated to train to help in time
: burden of the state's hard- the county. In another year sour? .sweet or bitten ? Basically ning Board. There were 901 Johnny Lee, Rodney Griffis, SALES TAX COLLECTIONS as fall-out sh :ters. of emergency, with people with
pressed taxpayers.It county is expected to have to pay ( these are the four ma- farms of which 625 were Klmbo Forsyth. SHOW GAIN ,Much of the area office's out wide family obligations

was the one thing that was the state's share of the Health j jor sensations of taste Odoron owner operated 257 tenant Barrel Weave: Ronnie Hall, Sales tax collection In, time goes to promoting Civil preferred.The .

certain even before the session Department employees which the other hand can not farmed, 18 part owned, and Randy Joyner, Sandy .Morgan, Bradford County for the Defense to the public. But, area EOC can house a
tIt broken down In such one managed. Of the total, Johnny Lee, Dean Brown, Troy like fallout sheliters, It's nota
began. Everyone, even the man would cost an estimated $38,000. month of June showed a 20.66 .- staff of 46, In time of emer-
in the street, seemed to agree that is estimated, though the fig- categories. Researchers tell 760 were operated by white Hancock. per cent gain over the very stimulating topic in gency, and will be equipped to
millions of farmers and 141 by Negro Lee times when
us there are aroma Polo BendingJohnny: danger Is not immediate. provide necessities' of survival
property taxes had reached the not available yet for the same month a year ano. Collections -
ures are receptors In the nose and farmers Ronnie Hall, Keith Jones, for this number for 17 day
saturation point. County Commission to be able to that the sense of smell la The average/ size farm in 'Randy Joyner, Kimbo Forsyth *2 ,29062 for June 1967 were with But Murphey was encouraged without emerging from the

The realization came to small start making a new budget, that much more sensitive than that the county was 62 acres, valued Rodney Crlffis $21,78906, for as June compared 1168.* recently when he talked building.
counties like Bradford that some the 1967-68 fiscal of taste. So It would seem at $1,530 as comparedwith Buddy Pick-Up: Ronnie Hall, with Dist 2 U.S. Rep. Don
revenue for Adjoining counties showed Walls of the area EOC are
that aroma has more to do the state average of 134 Betty Ann Grlffla, Perry Bryan Fuqua who was very InterestedIn
of the state monies upon which year, just dawning, will be close Dean the following gains: Baker, 17 inches thick, and the roofis
with flavor. acres, valued at 5211. Shannon, building a stronger civil
they had for years been so dependent to $50,000 under this year's. That Now we offer your flavor Brown, Kimbo' Forsyth. 6.64 per cent: Clay, 23.08 per dofcnHo/ program. a solid concrete slab, 12
cent: and Union Inches thick, weighing 37 ,OO()
; would likely be redistrib- would mean a little over one mill sensors Those attending the Bap- Atfn IS To 19 14 81 per The state this year has cut
Included in this
cent pounds.
uted by the new urban-oriented to keep income at its 1966 level. CHICKEN PUFF tlft Assembly at Stetson Cloverleaf: Kelly Forsyth, The 7-cent tax Into the area's $2 ,OOO per year 37,000 pounds of steel.weightis The
Legislature. But, at the same stands now the load has Chicken puff, as the name University In D Lana{ Included Ernie Trlest" Ralph Morgan, gas operation via another of Coy
As it In the county for June radio tower is 170 feet high
light Clarice Thomas, Alice Danny Buss, Greg Woods, Ellis Claude Kirk's
implies, is a fluffy : / chopping blocks
time, some hope was held that if no place to fall except back on ad j totaled $53.443.67.: a decrease the limit permitted without
main dish designed to pleine June Hai-dins1, Sellta Sparks Grlffls It Is now uncertain how much
property taxes were lightened, valorem taxes, which will have to those' who are fussy about Joslo Skipper Sara Bare- Barrel Weave: Ellis C riff is, from the 57167.46 collected the office will receive in thd equipment with a red signal

counties like Bradford' could take be increased two or three mills, If t their foods. Try It now while foot, Caudle Hazen, Nancy Leaton Morgan, Nancy Bowden during the same month In now fiscal year. light

up some slack from local funds by not more, to simply keep the eggs are plentiful. LlKhtfoot. Mrs. A. E. Light- Ernie :Trlest: Danny Bass, 1966.

letting personal property remain county's present services by replacing With today's modem equip- foot, and the pastor Elizabeth Easter,: BRADFORD BOYS Expenses On City Patrol Car
Pole Bending: Greg Woods,
ment and condensed' SOUP!
ak the level. It the
same was very the lost revenue. AT FORESTRY CAMP I
Whip this BOUrne Miss Minnie C. Bessent/ Leaton Morgan: Johnny Ches-
you can up
best that could be hoped for. Bills passed to relieve ad j Elizabeth Hit Again By Lawtey Council
were In a few minutes. This recipe plans to open a "fli'nt' classladies ser, Easter Jimmy Robert Rosier and T.'avls
Part of the expected cuts to valorem taxes immediately, but was developed and testedby eady-to-wear and hat demons. Nancy Bowden. Wynn, Bradford: County vocational -
small counties came true. For the major ones were vetoed by i USDA's food specialtsW.' rhop' about August 15. It Buddy Pick-Up: Kelly For agriculture! Indents, Excessive costs in operatingand having a budget If we aren't

instance, personal taxes on house- Gov. Claude Kirk. Conversely, The secret of success-apply will be located in the new syth, Ellis Grlffls, Leaton are among 251 FPA boys attending maintaining the city's going to stay within It," he
hold goods were removed, reduc- bills like the mentioned above 'heat gently as described In the building being elected for T. Morgan Ernie Trlest Ralph the Florida Forest patrol car once again becamethe added Further action wad
directions.Ten Frank Landrum and Capt. J. Morgan, Jimmy demons. Service Forestry Training center of discussion at the postponed until the next meeting -
ing personal property were passed to relieve other typesof and one half 'unce W. Brownlee on So. Thompson -' Age 20 To 38Cloverlcaf Camp]' at O'Leno State Park Lawtey City Council meetinglast -

assessments by $180,000, which taxes, which means the load can of cream of chicken soup St. Miss Bessent operated : Henry Lawson, near Hlgrh Springs. The boys week. In tho only other action durIng
will mean a loss of $2,746 in will have to fall back on property ,condensed; 2 cups chicken: "The Little Hat Shop". in Edward Williams, Ralph Bryan, are receiving field and classroom Councilman Paul IHnklrn the brief 20 minute session,
taxes. taxes, as said before.
The Legislature voted, for ex- Some of Florida's pressing tax ground; one fourth teaspoon {years. Tommy GoskJns.: foresters, and voca- tho fact that Marshall M. M. Chairman Eugene Starlingto
j poultry seasoning; 6 egg Barrel Weave: Henry Lawson Jordan had been exceeding the the June bills.
tional city's
Instructors pay
ample, to lower the assessmentrate the ag are
problems could be solved in relics, beaten; one fourth, Recently 10,000 black bass Edward Williams, Van serving as counselors. $70 a month budget for vehicle Bills approved for paymentwere
for figuring, inventory taxeson special session on constitutional cup parsley chopped; 8 egg were stocked In Kingsley Prescott, Sonny Lawson, Marion maintenance and operation for : Leach Appliance $13 -
retail businesses from 100 to revision coming up. It will be whites stiffly beaten. Lake and 5.000 each In Bed- LIzenbee Ronnie'Ca on. several months. pump repairs; Bradford County
50 cent starting in 1968 and ford and Hampton Lakes by' Pole Bending:. Henry Law- The council subsequently
per probably the best tool for broad- Preheat oven to 350 degrees Tax Assessor, $50 preparation
23 per cent in 1969. No one is ening the state's narrow tax base. i iThat F. [moderate]. Greasea the Conservation Departmentof son Williams Van, Tommy Prescott, Gaskins Edward, Ann Forsyth, Imogens Bryan, passed> a motion by Dtnkins!, of the 1967 city tax roll:
casserole. Combine Florida. Charlotte Jones, Hazel Drift, and seconded by Councilwoman Harold C. Wall Insurance!
certain yet just what that loss 2-quart
Gov. Kirk is aware of the RonnJe Cason, .Ralph Bryan. Harriet Thornton Louise Rosier, to the effect
and poultry Agency building
delayed one year, will cost the problem despite his adamant no j SOUP. chicken who Buddy Pick-Up: Van Pres- that Jordan, should
seasoning, heat. Stir the hot W. P. Smith, was Barrel Weave: Mildred stay within ance adjustment; Phillips 6ff,
county. new taxes stand, is shown by his ,mlxure slowly Into well beaten chairman of the gasoline rationing cott, Sonny Lawson,' EdwardWilliams. Easter, Joyce Lewis, Jo Ann the designated budget.To $7172, Standard Oil, $37.90
The seventh cent gas tax was call Sunday for appointment of an < egg yolks. Fold the chicken board!, set hours and J. W. Thomas, Tom- IVjrsyth Imogene Bryan Hazel this action Jordan remarked and Shell Oil, $970 gasoline

redistributed, a move that could interim legislative committee to < mixture and parsJe/ Into places where ration. books my Gaskins Men 39, Robert And Over Jordon. Grlffla, Charlotte Jones. that if the council so ,' oil and maintenance of

cost the county as much as $35- work on tax and educational fin- egg ,whites. Pour Into casser could be obtained. He for said It Cloverleaf: Jim. Easter, Merrill Pole Bending: Charlotte desired, he would "park"the city vehicles

000, depending on whether the ancing reforms. ole. Set In a pan of hot minutes.wat- owners would be to "drastically necessary reduce car Grlffls. Ernest Trlest. Jones, Imogene Bryan, Hazel a patrol solution car to and keep go costs fishing within, as
cut comes from the 80 per cent It is hoped that some action Calories(er. Bake per 35 to serving: based[ driving" for the next 12 Barrel Weave: Ernest'Tricnt, GrlfflsJO', Ann ForMyth, Mildred the budget. BUYS ANGUS nULL

the state keeps to maintain local will be taken at one of the special ,DI6 servings of three fourths months. Merrill Leaton Griff, Jim Easter, Easter, Harriet Thornton. Dlnklns then suggested thatIf Bishop Thomas of Brooker

road systems or whether it comes sessions called for by Gov. Kirk 'cup each] About 200. Morgan. Buddy Pick-Up: Mildred the budget was inadequate, recently purchased, registered ,
The Board of County Commissioners Pole Bending: Ernest Trlest, council consideration should be
from the 20 cent that is Caster, Joyce Lewis Jo Ann
per returned to ease the pressing financial Menu Suggestion Serve Aberdeen-Angus bull
took out $100,000 Jim Easter, Leaton Morgan, given to the matter. of adjust
to the county to maintainits problems now facing the counties. with asparagus and lettuce war damage insurance on the (Merrill Grlffls. Forsyth Imogene Bryan Char- ing it to sufficiently cover expenses from Ivan Parke, of Gaines

secondary roads. It would also seem that Legis- ]wedges. Have for a fruit Bavarian courthouse. Buddy Pick-Up: Merrill Grit- lotte Jones, Harriet Thornton. "There's no sense !In ville.
j cream dessert.
If the cutback to the county lators must soon face the reality tie Leaton. Morgan, Ernest

comes from the 20 per cent it that the much discussed four per out Blueberry of season syrup but is while never Bradford County farmers Trlest, Jim Easter

would be a deadly blow to county's cent sales tax is the only way to fresh berries are In the market sold $111.122 worth the of State pro- Ladies 20 And Over The Bradford County Telegraph
duce through Cloverleaf: Joyce Lewis, Jo
coveted road and bridge fund. provide substantial relief under Is a good time to try a Farmers'. Market during the ESTABLISHED

Amazingly enough, the pari- the state's present tax base.As 'simple blueberry syrup on 12 months ending June 30( > A 1879

mutual race track taxes, now it stands now, it will take waffles, pancakes fresh or Highest sales were for 22.793 of the fact that during the trww E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher.
evenly distributed between all 67 nothing short of canned fruit. and1::' plain layer crates [(36 pint) of strawberries last two months It was not
a magician'swand cake cut in wedges, Florida's Oldest
squaresor p Weekly Newspaper Published Contlsowily
for 77171. Largest residence -
counties, were left alone seem- for permissible to erect a
our County Commissionto rectangles. Make It and
sale of vegetables was for to; cost more than $500 Under The Same Mast Bead.Tknrwtsr .
ingly through sheer bungling in continue to provide services at hold It hot in a thermos of o
11.095 hampers green nor a business) building to .
the last minute rush to adjourn. the level to which we are ac- bottle( for outdoor meals. beans for $14.307 for the exceed 5000. The total Included Published .ell SJUl entered as Second (leas Matter at the Post Office!

Both houses had voted to redis- customed without digging deeper Combine 1 cup blueberrieswith season. $24.700 for the Health .4 ......ke. Florida under Act of March 3rd, 1S79.aoriyUons .
tribute the funds, which amounted into the pockets of property own one fourth cup water Center, $131,000 for a school
to $292,000 in Bradford County en. and one fourth cup sugar.Bring Building permits for the building. and $1,000 for the .. .hi trad area 1 year, ....00; 9 months, f2.S
to a boll and crush the first six months of 1942 total- J. T Quigley Gospel Tabernacle '
last year but a conference Otstolda trade area 1 year $4.30; 8 months $2JSO
berries with the back of .* ed $333,789. This was in spite .


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Stalling: Si. who is l"lIUlIkJ and daughter-in-law stall bert\ Priest and Lamar and I foods. Nitrogen -packed foods producing additional Infant I other porous medium.
i to her bed in ,their home. Sgt. and Mrs. Grady( M. visited with her mother' Mrs. I make the plant tar and for future generations* of Keep:: % the planting moist
humid and in about 4
CiHK-oIv of Ood 6unda:P. Pauley and son in Augusta,, Priest in Riverside Hospital (] green, but with few blooms. flowers. and
i School 10 a. m. Worship 11 da. They. with thAt Grady M. In Jacksonville.Miss ) I Bulbs that bloom best are Propagating bulbs by cut- weeks small bulblets will appear -

i a. m. and 7:30: p. m. YPB Fiauleys will spend a few Libby Harvey spent/ [6 those that are fed a miserly tage is an interesting; hobbY. between the scales. The
BjEnca]t Blanchard Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. Prayer days with Obed Pauley'a I ithe week with her grandparents amount of a low nitrogen To; try your luck use a razor tiny bulbs are ready for pot-
meeting Friday 7:30: p. m. mother Mrs. Tolbert PauleyIn Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. H. fertilizer. Amount to apply sharp knife and cut a "mo- ting. Three years later you'llhave
AAAAAAAarAAAAAAAAAAAA4 Sun- Jacksonville.' of ther-size" bulb Into a number / a mother bulb that will
Highland Baptist Huntington W. Va. Carter in depends on the richness
CHt1RCiH.ACTIV1TIES day School 9:43: a. m. Wor- Miss Enza Blanchard had PFC Edwin C. Harvey. Jr,. 8 rij'a 8frrgess/1lotir the soil but to start try of pieces-up to 60 pieces If bloom.
Grace Methodist Sunday ship 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. the misfortune to injure her has arrived for a visit with about a pound of 3-9-9 [nitrogen you have the knack of thin, To propagate, by seed, har-

'i School 10 a. m. Worship. Choir practice 8:30: p. m. left foot and was In the hospital his parents. Rev and Mrs. E. phosphorus potassium slicing.Be vest the seed' pods soon after
I 11 ,(u. m. and 8 p. m. MYF" Prayer meeting Wednesday for several days. Her C. Harvey Sr. Add another three-fourths ) per 100 square feet of' sure that each wedge of they turn yellow and beginto
7:30 p. m. Wednesday.First 7:30 p. m. I many friends will be glad to Mr. and Mrs. Buster Ben- Wherein the Summer Days cup cold water. Stir well. flower bed. the bulb has a portion of the break open. Dry the seeda
Baptist Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nor- have her calling for the nett and children spent the are swiftly passing. I recall Now add 1 can Prepared Add another half a coffee stem tissue attached to the few days before sprinkling -

school 10 a. m. Worship 11 mall and Mr. and Mrs. Em- news again. Her sister Miss week on Bedford Lake Key- fondly past days in Florida Cherry Pie Mix. Stir well can of fertilizer as needed to scale portion. the seeds onto a flat.
a. m. and 8 p. m. Training ery Eunice attended the Arthurlne Blanchard spent stone: Heights. Mr. and Mrs. and Nebraska. In July 1945 ]I and add 1 cup miniature keep the amaryllls healthy Next dust the wedges with Start the plants off In full

Union 7 p. m. Midweek: services Firecracker 400 races in the day with her on Satur Johnny Bennett and children left the service. marshmallows. Set In cool but with a hungry look. ferbam or thlram to prevent shade but gradually move
Wednesday 8 p. m. Daytona Beach July 4. spent Sunday with them Bees taste the ripened clover., place to jell.HELPFUL The Idea is tw starve the 'diseases and plant them in a them into full sunlight then
Several of the members' of Mrs. Effie Ogllvle of Jacksonville day.Mr.. and Mrs. Robert Nor- the two children remainedfor While clouds fling wide their HINTS: If your plant Into worrying about I flat or bed containing! a transplant them to a. sunny

the church, their Pastor E. was the Thursday man and children spent last the week. Other visitors sails.I heart feels heavy and depressed next year's blossom! so that it I mixture of peat and and or'' spot in the garden.

C. Harvey and Mr. and Mrs. overnight guest of her broth- week !in a rented cottage!; at were Mrs. Hattie Darley own this by a trover .. ,. I find that walking will\ store food !into a nice big
Troy Bennett: of Northsld' er-in-law and sister Mr. and Crystal Lake. Miss Sini Prescott nnd Mrs. Wheat fields In! glden veils. out in the air will cure It. bulb or the future blossoms, -CM

Church gathered' at the Mrs. Luther Hllllard. Mrs. Marvin Rosier, steve Troy Bennett. Bright colored gaily wingIng Oxygen, gets In the blood plus giving \you a proud display -

home of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Mr. and Mrs. Obed Pauley and Bonnie spent Wednes- Mrs. Robert C. Moore of from a walk In the air. In of blooms this year. INSTANT JlOUSINGSEE
Hllllard. and conducted a service and daughter are spendingtheir day with her sister Mrs. Lake City and Miss Renee Each golden butterflyTo Nebraska when I could not If the plants grow rampanton
for them And >!Iff!!. Stevt "! vBcatloii with their son Kenneth Hines at Kingsley Moore of Jacnsonville spent honeyed blossoms clinging I take a. walk I would go In little or no food, try
weekend' with her parents the kitchen and bake Don planting< them to! less fertile
Lake.Mr.. and Mrs. Jerry Kuns Mr. and Mrs. W. 1". Moore, Both give and share July. something (good.' Whoopee I II soil next time. Rationing
This pleasure trip will do you good! and their daughter Gin of Sunday vslltors were Mr. Helen VIrden miss the Clay Hill news water during the late grow I BOB DODSON OR BRUCE, MARTIN FOR
Jacksonville spent Saturdayat and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and Glorious Summer days are column In The Telegraph. I ing stages will tend to pro- I I THE BEST DEAL ON A NEW OR

the home of Mr. and Mrs. children of Live Oak> and here in Indiana. The wheat can Just see my dear schoolhouse duce better bulbs. RECONDITIONED
Leon L Starling. Mickey Moore who( bas been la golden ripe and combinesare landing in the sandy Bulbs planted, now will put
11.l \ Burney Dobbs, of Jacksonville employed at Live Oak: and busy in the wheat fields. I school yard. The backgroundof on a flower show in 6 to 8
O spent the day Saturdaywith who lived with the Thomas' The great fields of corn are pine trees. Many years weeks. Select a fairly sunny

itt his parents. Mr. and returned to his home) here. about waist high and) soy have passed now since I spot for an amaryllis bed because MOBILE HOMENEW
I Mrs. A. D. Dobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins beans are up good and in 'taught my last day there! too much shade will
Miss Gloria Padgett, of and family of Jacksonville nice straight rows. The alfalfa bue fresh in my memory are cause small lowers. Deep
Gainesville spent the weekend served a delicious birth- is ready for the second all the people at Clay Hill! shade may cause the bulb to

r RESORT with her parents. Mr. end day dinner lilt Strickland's cutting. Vegetable gardens and my children now with 12 WADES FROM $3299 UP
Mrs. Earlle Padgett.Mrs. Landing at Klngsley Lake look nice. We have had families of their own, and I die.If you can't flatter your!I

B. L. Wllklson Sr., honoring their father, O. J. plenty of rain and birds are am no longer 'young and a neighbor into giving :you a s

FALL IS BEST OP All IN THE SMOKIESt! Enjoy the pencil spent last week with her son Anders on Sunday. Others everywhere. They sing galls : long ways from them. start of amaryllis bulbs, try,I RECONDITIONED 8 & 10 WIDES, 1,

and quiet of the mountains-a riot of colors in autumn and daughter-in-law Mr. present were Mrs. Anders, all day long Yesterday while God bless and keep you buying them from your garden -
crisp, cool days..refrcshfrif.. restful-flights.. .wonderful and Mrs. Paul Wllkison In and Mr. anal Mrs. Billy An- by church the minister was every one. supply store. i 2 AND 3 BEDROOM MODELS
food. Coma back feeling fresh asa breeze. If you like Orlando. She had the pleasure ders and son. giving a mood sermon while Your loving old Teacher. Colors to choose from are
activity thoro's square dancing, horseback riding, craft of flying back to Jacksonville We wish to welcome Mr. out the east window I could LURA Burgess Mohr. red, pink, white and! a combination All Ages & All Prices
making, wilderness pack trips bear and boar hunts, boat- which is what she and Mrs. Herndon !and fam- hear a bird singing.My of these colors. Bulb
ing, fishing-lots morel Furnished cottages lodge. Rates: has always wanted to do. ily to our community. They church continues to be grades are based on s'ze: and I Low Down Payments!, Monthly Payments Less

lower after September 15-less crowded. For reservation' / Mrs. Edna Cason of Marietta moved here from Highland. a source of comfort and Joy. are Exhibition, Selected and'I Than Rent
phone 49S-2211. visited her brother and Mrs. C. E. Strickland of I walk and am usually the Field Run. >
slster-ln-law Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville, was the overnight first one ,there, after the If you can afford them FREE DELIVERY AND SETUPMustang
Send for A. D. Dobbs during the week. gest of her sister :Miss Janitor, of course. I still en- Let's GoelWGardeniIW buy hybrid bulbs. With rea- I

FREE COLOR FOLDER: Dept. DB, Fontana Village, N.C. Mrs. Joyce Futch returned Elizabeth Terry. Miss Terry Joy hearing the church bell 4 reasonable care they will give
home Tuesday after spending returned home with her for ring as I walk the several you bigger and better blooms. I MobileHomes
sometime with her sons Mr, short visit on Monday. blocks to church. My heart Dinting I
and Mrs. Terry' Futch. of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Star feels at peace and I thank When the tops of the amaryllls -I

Serving:: Florida Asheville N. C. and Mr. and ling and children and) Mrs. God. .. die back In the fall it! I
Since 1950 Mrs. Ralph Futch." and Jeff Ola Starling attended the It was twenty-two years ago By Bervey Snarpe! Kdltor is time to dig and store the
of Black Mountain. N C. Groves Green and Futch reunion this July] that I was discharged Florida Agricultural K..- bulbs. I

4Y4y0eltrd ]ree eervC4 !1... Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wll at Rogers park In from the service. The tension. Service Upon digging remove the
klson, of Jacksonville spent Leesburg on SundaY' war was about over and I was smaller offset bulbs from the INC.
.......... ..."... ................ the weekend with his parentsMr. Mr. and Mrs. L H. Arnau. to go back: to my old school- The amaryllls Is like a debutante "mother" bulb. It will tako U.S. Hwy. 41 North Phone 752-2797
I eV 4 and Mrs. B L. Wilkiaon! of Jacksonville' were week- teaching Job at Clay Hill I it must watch Its about three years for the Lake Florida
1 : end guests of Mr. and Mrs. was so very tired but happy, diet or lit may not blossom juvenile bulblets to bloom but ,
CordiallyEaves Sr.Mrs Bennett who .James Waters. for the war was over when Into a living beauty.
Mrs.\ Carolyn Troy in the meantime the mother Headquarters For Instant
school started. It time First of all, don't tempt HousingAREA
has been spending some time Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Clayton was s bulb will show her colors plus
son-in-law and : of Jacksonville spent Saturday of rejoicing Nothing had the ornamental with Hen:
Welcomes i I with her Hill .- 3.. -- --. -- __ __.___ _, _. _.
at n
much Clay
Representative daughter Mr and:' Mrs. Williamson I with her mother, Mrs. changed n -"' -'-"--''i "i" i j .. -. P .. .!_;. '-" -' -jfc-.:a
Ph. 961-5812 You and Your In MaccVsnny, Is Commodore Crews. Mrs. then. I went back to my old

122 N. Bay St. Family to Your I home for the week while the Clayton will be rememberedas boarding place with Daisy
Starke New Home Williamson are on vacation. Miss Vera Crews. and Fred Lang. In quiet and BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO
Rev. and Mrs. William Fox News left over from Last peace I coudl rest after
I of New Port Richer former week: school was out and I had my

The State of FloridaIt pastor of lime Grace Metho- Prlscllla Starling went to papers graded.
Now In August It will be
dist church were dinner the mountains of Alabama
Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and guests of Mrs. H. C. Waln- Tennessee, and North Carol- five years' since Don was SALVAGE Farm and Industrial LADIES WEARCherry's I! Office Equipment

To Acquaint You With Your City.If wright on Sunday. ina with Mr. and) Mrs. Ove- killed In his ambulance !in Equipment
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest Ido Newman of Jackson Nebraska and left me a i Hancock Office
Lamar attended the lonely widow. I often thinkof BRASINGTON .
you are new In the area, 'phone funeral of her brother-in- ville.Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Cruce ithe many! who are .killed Santa EquipmentCADILLAOOLDSMOBILE

call will bring visit law, Fred Francis Jr., In Fort and Mr. and Mrs. Robert and how many f'<'rrowinahearts Fe Tractor, Gainesville's Most Fashionable
: a prompt Smlth-Corona-Authorlzed
: you In.
there are !in our coun-
Myers on Thursday.Mr. Carlton, of Starke visited Mr. Address For Ladles
from your local hostess. Please gin and Mrs. Jesse Starling and Mrs. J. M. Cruce in Or- try. It Is tragic. I Inc. DRESSES-SUITE-COATS Dealer
Bartow spent some My life now is easy and! I SALES & SERVICEFine
of lando last week. I MATERNITY WEAR Clary-Victor -"TotaHIaAdding
her.a call I She has and time with their daughter, am used to living alone. I FORD
maps many Mrs. Effie Miner and her Salertlon of TTsed Cora ACCESSORIES Machines, Calculator
have plenty] of pensions to
Mrs. H. C. Walnwrlght last granddaughter Miss Mary Taken On Cadillac Trades Farm Tractors k I 7 W. University, GainesvilleWEN'S
free and wonderful gifts for you week. theweekend keep me in a healthy way. I Implements SALES-SERVICE-RENTALS
Wells, spent
from local businesses PFC and Mrs John Morris with Mrs. Miner's daughter' am, never tired. I go to bed Z001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 Ford Industrial Equipment SAVE _
when I wish which !Is usually USED EQUIPMENTSALES Discus :your
the I
y of Hlnesvllle. Ga., spent and son-in-law Mr and Mrs. WEAR
weekend' with her father Hu- Frank Wells, of Leesburg.Mr. before nine o'clock. Since PIIONE 878-5301 PART SERVICE requirements hal first.
five or six hours of sleep is PICK UP &: DELIVERY 528 N. Main St. GalneevlIIe
and Mrs. Quincy Cruce:
plenty for me, I am usuallyup '
.-.-............................................................. hlllVe returned from their early and enjoying the 4488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville L & L Men's Shop Phone 876-8S51
Phone 378-2548
honeymoon in Virginia. On mornings. I listen to the rob-
'* Like home dear? )j i their way home they visited I. ins at dawn. They sing a CRANEUNJCOLNMERCTOY to Florahelm Shoes-
/ our ncv Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cruce chorus as the young are GARDEN SUPPLIES el Peso PAINT & GLASS

: ....... ....... .. .. ..........................._............. I and family In Augusta, Ga, large enough now to sing,, Pluma Suits Liddell
..:.:::..n ::.::..:. :...a.nn..n..H..ennMN.N. ..' Sheila Fay Starling went and In the daytime hop Authorized Sale & Service Ladles Sports Wear Paint &

_rr{f_ "Love; it. But j Iwsli somebody d \ I Our and with Frances Territory Misses Walters,Cathern Sunken/to Cruce Gar-Six I about do other a on song lot the of sparrows lawn.coocooing The sing.doves and 606 E. Phone University 372-4201 Gainesville Johnson Complete& Faris LIne of, Inc. .13 Arrow W. UnlversltGainenWe Dress Shirts Glass Co.

dens and across Tampa Bay. I always take exercises by KYANIZE PAINTS
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Rob-' Crane's Imports SEED8-PJANTS- Glius. :Mirror* Door-
\ \ invent Reverse' Cvc1 J erts and children of Jacksonville my bed before I dress. I saya Insecticide*-Pet SuppUeeFERTILIZERS Tub Enclosures-Shower. Sliding Door
PJM\ for the day wash
prayer ,
'V ? ? ? ?? ? / spent the weekend with ..
i *.. >*.**M>* ******>"<. **'**** *>*'* "" ,! ,her brother-in-law and sister 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'' '' Wallpaper-Btorefront
eat good
\ j Qabby gay. I a :MAT-IIILLMAN
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye. breakfast of bacon egg. toast 224 N.W. &th Ave. Consultation.

a.' F and coffee I have lots of 2201 N. Main Gainesville PHONE MUSTANG 118 N.W. Sixteenth! !St.! '
r! ., Adult Men InvitedTo pictures up above my' table of Phone 373-4378 8720476Gainesville Fla. GAINESVILLE: 372-8191'

,. r Use Fieldhouse old friends. One is of my. Mobile Homes Inc.
.,.""" ,
y.". ,,3 ....... dear boy, Weetberry Orlffis,
Adult men are invited to who is now a mortician at, Beauty Academy GLASSGAINESVILLE Gainesville's. Discount' llobUeREWING MACHINES

work out !In the new Bradford Orange Park. Home Sales Lot.
a High School field house any I think abort! the happy Purchase dIscounts on entire National SewingMachine
day or night of the week, time for a month I spent POWELL'S chain guarantee huge savings.
Coach David Hurse has an with him and his grandmother -
nounced.A : Aunt Polly, when he Beauty Academy CAPELLA ,
opened the funeral home in
good turnout of prospective Home, Pfaff. Nelco
football players are make July 1885. Such golden pre- Learn a Profession In Tour Used Mobile Homes Low Universal Sewing Machine
cious memories. I got to see Spare Time. Full Part Time "EVERYTIUNQ: IN GLASS" Priced. With
ing use of the weight lifting or approved credit Sale &: Service
i fi facilities. to get themselves In so many of mpg beautiful DAY EVENING Store Fronts Mirror low as $100 down. Nearly New Unit S5 monthlyBudget
k wonderful Clay Hill former
( ; shape for fall football practice Window
Sliding 4820 N.W. 13th St.
pupils. I do thank. dear Wes 441 North Term Available
which begins la about five Low Tuition. Term Doors Tub Enclosures
for that wonderful time I
weeks. 219 N.WI0th Ave Gainesville 878-1846' 811 W. University Gainesville
spent at Orange Park with II 8O38 .
N. E Waldo Rd.
Gainesville CALL '
The field house !Is open all COLLECTMOVERS 378-1305
him. He is a wonderful
day and into the night until .
Gainesville 370-2084
young man and' mortician.My .
leaves Coach Hurse I

d tr 1 1Ett says everyone, and participants will besupervised him.love My and love prayers and prayers are- with are ;.CONCRETE PRODUCTS [ \ TILES & PAINTUniversity
all that time.
with all my children at Clay I Glass
It is cloudy] here and looksas & Glazing Co. Inc. Long Distance Moving Vinyl Vinyl Asbesto. Asphalt
if It might rain. We have CONCRETE:' : PRODUCTS Local Drayage Floor Finishing Produtft

had cool weather. here Storage Picking _
for a week or so. The summer S AUTO GLASS SUpplng
is swiftly passing and I Edward' FREE ESTIMATES CALL WALLPAPEBTenneyTile
MEN love each hour. I am so Building Tub KncJoeares) Showers

AND WOMEN thankul that time heals.' Supply, Inc. Door Store Front" HILL'S MOVING & Paint

SometocT/J.Etecfr'c! Revflrs' -Cyce! air conditioning people relax; eat, sleep end feel better..And Gabby and I still walk our 1319 B. Main Gainesville & Storage, Inc. 2222
three and a half miles a day 726 8. Slate-372-4844 N.W. 8th St.
Is the 20th century's. safest,cleanest, the heating feature costs so little extra It's when it Is clear and not too S76-603I' Gainesville 378-1302
cheapest way to cool (and heat! a Florida clmost hka galling a house-heater free.Wouldn't Army Specialist Four hot. One house we pass walking OATNESVZLLE:, FLA. IMO N.B. Waldo Rd.
James E. Strickland, 19, son Gainesville 872-4271
home.lft Rom.less-no smoke, soot or fumes like to Into has two big Collie dogs
you move of Mrs. Rosemary Strickland. ,. IRON ORNAMENTAL
clean break with the One smui:! that come out barking at us. TRAVELHouse
past. '
-a 20th century along with the Route 1. Starke Flo., was ELECTRIC MOTORS
compact unit gives you perfect tndoorwealher / happy: Ftorlcfians now assigned' to the 1st InfantryDivision I always have Gabby on a MUSIC
.:;.! I chain and he could never .
day.You twist a dial. Viet- of
every Just Reverie-Cycle air near Dl An. get to the dogs to fight. One S Ornamental IronSteel Travel],

Furthermore It ttfors our dirt Freshens the .the ? $ee''OllfeledrIC' nam, June 12. day he got loose ran for ELECTRIC Lipham

air, removes excess moisture. Keeps( Florida condillonlJag' ftl1'OCf' J:'or Spec. S trie Via nil, a wheal those dogs and Jumped on Stair Music Co. INC.

comfortable. dealstoday. and track vehicle mechanic them both first one then Motor Repair Co. .
families happier, more .. helps Fabrication Erection of Ga'--v1De' Shopping Ctr. AIRLINES f -
other. He made them runback
la assigned''' to Headquartersand Light Structural Steel 372-0308'

There's na match for flameless! Qledr <... iSj ...a clean brrak with the past Service Battery. 8th I I he came to the to me back as door.If he Then wa* Repairing Of Gainesville*-Rewinding, Inc. S :Miscellaneous Iron 110 N. W. 10th Arena STEAMSHIP I R. R.

Battalion of the division's6th : laughing. He was not hurt. New and Used Steel l Products Authorised Hotel.' 1 car Rentals
Artillery. He entered the Gabby is a little bulldog.From : Co.
t "
FLOIIOA POWER II6HT CO HP AMI Baldwin Charge) For Our Etorvlc
.."" '". wile 'IN'.II Army in March I960 and waslast I Nebraska tomes a WORK GUARANTEED Pianos & Organ Weekday 8:30: to GOO:
55 N.W.23rd Bird Gainesville Gibson
hot weather Goya
stationed at Ft. Brace, salad: DTUBS Ludwig Sat. 9 t. 12.W ..
N C. I SALAD WITH J'ELLO1 Phone 372-8314 372-8S81 Feuder Standard Amplifiers. 8415 University: lye.
package raspberry Jello; dissolve : -- Galniaewilte 878-1601
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'II an.dIrs.:: Bill E'h1lllpli ot tors in, favor of teaching pour SPECIAL: SINGING

MIxMIeburg!] recOn tly. youngsters the do'a and AT BOATDBAIN

THERESSA Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hall' dent's of outboard boating. Special Sing at Boatdrain

and eons Steve and !Rlolwrd You can't beat tlhe sport for Baptist Church. Saturday

camped out on ]Klngsley 1 Lake wholesome recreation. It'a 8:00 featuring
By' Linda. Crawford ]last' week. July] 22 at : p. moo
hard to limit UUM to get Into the Lovett Brothers -.. .

.1,1 t1 AA.AAA.44A4 A4pOf'F. t Walter The families of Mr. and Mrs. 'trouble] when your'e\ ;a Ishing from Thomiisville. Oa. along]

Swindell and Jimmy buff or water ski enthusiast. with, other singers. Everyone
BVPTIST CHURCHKicrcntlon : Davis were guests at the home
Early] boat instruction also welcome.
I la held each Frl- ot Mr. and (Mrs. J. H. Swindell
lays th* foundation for yearsof
at the In Glenn st. AIRPARK BAPTIST
dn' nijrt! community Marys. Sunday. safe boating fun. Once
recreation 'begins at 7:30 Bonnie ]Faye
house() : Swindell
learned the basics of boatingwill .
Sunday School 10 a. m.Mo1't1ina
la In.vtted. daughter of Mr.
m. Everone to and Mrs J. H. '
p ,
,1Ith'Our -
stay youngsters Worship 11 a. m.
Swindell .
and participate. Is spending the week
come --- ---
Sunday School 10> a.m.; with Sue White daughter, of years to come. Training trnlon. 7 p. m Eve- "
Boating Is also
:M,rnlngr Worship. 11 a.m.: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swindell. outlet for youth's abounding fling Service 8 p. m.-Rev. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST RAIFORD BAPTIST NORTIISIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST

Training1 Union 6:80: p.m.; Rev. L. A. !McGee: was a energy. A day In the warm Lacy Conway. pastor.. CHURCH CHt'KCH):, I CHURCH CHURCH CIIURCII

Evening Worship. 7:45: p.m.; guest at the home of Mr. and 8un filled with fun on the Sunday School 10:00: a. m..1 I Schedule of services: Sun- Sunday School, 10 a. m V
Mrs. G. L. Crawford FIRST METHODIST: Schedule of services: Sunday Sunday' School 10 a. m.
Wednesday night Prayer Service and family Morning Worship 11::00 a.I
water Is enough to tire even day School], 9:45: a. m. MornIng Morning Worship 11 a. m
7:30: p.m. with choir practice Saturday.Mr. CHURCH Training Union. 7:00: p. School], 10 a.m. Worship 11 Morning Worship 11 a-m.:
Worship, 10:45 m.
the heartiest youngster.Proper : a. and 7 p. m.-Jtev. leland] A.
afterward. and ''Mrs. James Phillips Sunday, Church School m., Evening Worship.! 8:00 p. a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Training 8:45 Evening Worship 8 p. m.i
Training Union m.
boa handling also p.
1-EKSO.VALS Sr. had ,their children home 9:45: am.; Morning Worship Union 6:30: p.m. Rev. Jack Baker pastor. Prayer Meeting. Wednesday
teaches a youn ter to respect m., Evening Service. 7:45.: Mid-
Rev and Mrs. I* A. McGee for a week. rules and regulations. When 11 a. m.; Snack supper for PrAyer meeting. Wed.. 7:30p : Stolte pastor. Week Prayer Service Wednesday Thursday Visitation 10 8 p. m. Sing each) Friday at 8

were dinner guests at the homeof Mr. and Mrs. Jim Phillips MYP.\ 6:30: p. m.. MYP m. -Rev. Virgil Lovett 7:45 I a. m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Rev. Hacvey Lane pea- .... .
instructing him explain the : p. m
:.Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Craw- and son; Mr. and Mrs. Joe cm.lla.; uSna forplllp erkSn 1P000tbv CHURCH OF ODD tor.

(foul and family Sunday. Phillips and children; Jean When reason he's behind local rules. meetings p. m.; Evening 423 17. St. Clair St.. Stark SMY1INA MISSIONARY NEW RIVER BAPTIST I
on the water himself -
:Mrs. Gussle Ddaa and Mrs. Prandi. daughter Carolyn Phil- Worship 4 p. m. BAPTIST CHURCh Sunday School 10 a. m.Worship BROOKER BAPTIST
this training will help BAPTIST Sunday School), 10 a. an-
lips and niece Doris Monday Prayer Greup ,. CHURCH
Linnla Kstelle Mrs.\ Leroy Rogera Services 11 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m.
all of Miami develop his sense of responsibility a.'m.' BAYLESS HIGHWAY 633 W. Pratt St. Sundaff Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Johnson and Danny Praft of attended the wed- meets and 7::30 p. m. YPE. Wednesday Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Miami visited Mr. and Mrs. ding of William Phillip* to and self-reliance. Wednesday -:Bible Study services: Sunday School, 10 Training Union, 7 P. m. Eve- .
Sunday School, 10 a. m.; 7:30: p. m. Prayor 'MeetIng Training Union 6:30: p.m.
Brlnson. Anne Packham. Grandson When a, youngster enjoys' and Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. ning Worship,, 8 p. m.
Homer Wednesday 7:30 Rev. Evening Worship 7:30:
Morhlns Worship Service 11 Friday, : p. m.-
through Saturday.Mr. Jimmy and Doris Rogers stay- boating fun. he should share L. S. Williams;? pastor. Training Union:IS p m. .Wednesday night service Prayer MeetIng. Wednesday.
Training Union. 6:30p. V
m.Thursday m.; : welcome.
In routine maintenance of a. 7:30: p. m. Everyone
ed an extra week. Mrs. Leona Chancel Choir
: and Mrs. P. C. Mabry I Evening Worship 7 p. m. 7:30.: Vernon N. Williamson
Evening Worship, 7:30p. I
and Myra Bell visited Mrs. Simpson, the sister of Mrs. Jim the equipment. This will instill Rehearsal 7:30: p. m. m.; KINGSLEY- LAKE Everyone welcome .- Elder -'I... L. Parker, pastor. pastor. .

:Mabry's! niece Mrs. Robert Phillips Sr. also attended the respect for property\ that m. T. C. Williams pastor. -

HcsH of Dunnellon] Sunday.The wedding.Mr. will carry through, to many FTTtST BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Meeting Wed., T:30: BAPTIST CHtJKCtt ChURCH OF CHRIST IIEILBRONN BAPTIST

occasion was (Mr.! and Mrs. Harry Hadellou.of other situations. !Sunday) July] 23. 9:45: a.m. p. m.; O. A. Meeting, Wed., FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
( Ma.bry'seventyfourth I 7:30 nu Choir Rehearsal Sunday School 9:45: m. Sunday: Bible] Study 10a. Sunday School 9:43: a. m.
: ;
< birthday. We all North Miami spent the Many adults hesitate to Sunday School.; 11:00: a.m. p. Morning Worship, 11 a. and .
m. m. Morning Worship Morning WorshiP. 11 a. m.Training'
Erother- ;
Service. Sermon We! he will have weekend with :Mr.\ and Mrs.E. teach their youngsters about Morning Worship
hope many more. Training Union. ( :15 m.
: p. Communion Service 11 m. Union 8:30
hood meetinglast MondayIn a. : p. m.
S. "The Message of TheLord's MornJngWorship, 11 a. m.
Steve and Richard Hall Sibley. boating because they think: :
sons Evening Worship, 7:3O: p. m. services 6:30.
ftch. month Rev. David Youth 6 Evening : Evening Service. 7:30: Midweek
nf :.Mr. and (Mrs. Rodney Hall Mr. and Mrs. G. t. Crawfordand it might be against the law. Supper" (Hike 32:7-: Midweek ''I Fellowship p. m.
20)) 18:30: Dinner on Medelroa, pastor. Prayer Service Choir Practice Wednesday Worship servIce Prajyer Service, 7:00p. :
were guests at the home of family attended a gospel] The opposite, is true. In all ; p.m. Wednesday.S .
Rev. and. Mrs. Merle Packham, sing at Providence Baptist but. two state even preteenscan Ground at Morgan Road Chapel HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH: Wednesday. 7:39: >> p. m. Rev.I p.m. J 7 1 p. no. Minister Jack P. m. Wednesday. Troy

Thursday. Church in Palatka] Saturday operate outboard> with followed by a brief serviceof Jim Rlgdon. pastor. Come let Rev. Robert D. Burch. feell. Johnson. : sastor.I .

Clyde Hall] has been sick night the proper adult supervision. dedication of this mission; \ &...: Iii at ThereMa) us worship together. ,
I ,
lately and the community Temgers have, a green lightin 6:15: Training Union; 7:30: p.m. Sunday School! 10 a. m.

hopes he is feeling better. V almost all areas. It's always ]- Evening-: Worship Sermon: The I

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips best to check with local Fruits of Repentence (Luke Morning Worship-11 a. m.

were dinner guests at the homeof authorities before embarking 37.14: ). Training'Union l : p. m.

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Phillips on. an Instruction program. Monday July) 24 6:30: p.m. vanlnc? Worship ''Ia.-: I An investment Your PuueATV
R. A. Meeting 7:00
; p.m.
SundayRev In .
:gi;1' case youTe still a little p.m.
and Mrs. Merle Pack- ..hesitant listen to these Youth Choir.Wedneeday Services Sundaor

ham and family Mr and Mrs. ''words from July] 28 7:30:
a safety report School. 10 a. m. Morning

Jim Phillips and Doris and made In 1968 "Teenage hot p.m. Prayer Meeting 8:15: p.m. Worship.! 11 a, m. C, A. Youth E'mlJ [ fiB m Bl .IJL. -

Jim Rogers, of MiamI. visited rodders and youngsters !lacking Church Choir Practice. Group ,,6 >. m. Evening: Worship :
Thursday. July 27, 10:00: a.m. ..
mature judgment are not 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting: '-
the serious hazard .they frequently -I Visitation: 7:00: p.m. Visitation.W. 7:30: p. m. Thursday. ..
A. Hogan Pastor.
are accused of be- -Le"Oy Ugbtsey, pastor

I'ing." HI-WAV ASSEMBLY CHATEL OF GOD DEDAN BAPTIST [Brookerl :;; ; : ;:r;;;:... ...:: :wr;; ::;;:;: ;-!. ;::rer:.;;;.:.y ; ::affi: :m.:gre: .:?::y:. :.:\\C?::,-!!.. :%;: L-:?::': ... :.: :+:o : :r; .: -: ,;gli V

NOVAK LISTED IN Sunday Services: Sunday r.J V "V.
West Weldon St. and Ral- 5 ; ,

REGIONAL WHO'S WHO (ford Road: 16. School. 9:43: a. m., Morning .... 'NI.w ":

Lj 1 I The 7 p. m.-L. L. Parker pastor. Worship. 11 a. m. Training li ::
A N.
; I Marquis\ Co.. Union '::30 p. m. Evening U .

-- I publishers] of Who's Who In Servloe 7:30k: Wednesday 4 :: MEN ..;::;:

By Lynn Hamilton I America have announced the and Margaret" Futch, his wife, Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m [ji :
listing of Peter J. Novak. Van Ftitch. and Helen Futch hi. Rtv. Leroy Olive, Pastor. 1
We Specialize In Evinrude Dealer Executive Vice President of wife, Mrs Lacy. R. Futch, kilns ., ...:,! -
I 3. Futch Melvln B. Futch. and .
MICA KIDS LOVE WATER. the Starke-Bradford County Mildred Flitch to partition' the, NORTHSIDB BAPTIST SSSK! :m :
OUTBOARD BOATS Chamber of Commerce. as an above described land. between i 1 .:.,.:. -
Kitchen CabinetsAt Youngsters have a natural organization executive In the laid plaintiffs and their said l looparcernerH Located on BayieesnjU: I :: WORKING{ ::;::! ...
and said Class A j:
PrlnroFKEIO [ISR 2251 at Ralford Road :
Popular way
love of the water and water. new 1967-68 Who's Who in, defendants. and to subject. the I '
sports, and this incluJes out- the South and Southwest, intereSt of nil co-parcerners to [IER 16].. SMrvlcea: Kundo w '
ESTIMATES: an equitable lien In favor. of School 10.. Sunday :'
which has just been released.
board motors and boats.It plaintiffs and entity the samefrom I i .
? the proceeds of any partition Mornlua Worship 11 a. m .
may surprise many: adults ... :
All Work GuaranteedCall 1 .nnle. and to quiet. the. title Training; Union 6:30: p. m 1 I : j
but younger members of tOTICH TO DKKKMl nf mid plaintiffs their Buld co- 1'ht8 li the sign that should be :
9BI-A467 the family. even pie-teens, I. Clrrvlt; Court. .- llrailforilC'tmntr parrerners. and mild Claim A defendants Evening Service. 7:30.: Mid i:: :;j ..
Florida! In Chimrrrr, to nnld lands against Week Prayer Service Wedue :;::::
boat handlel'S.
often the best -
or 004-7031: I are Case. No. 110 the rlKht title, interest lien d EZte4hlgkhlourbeIovodcotgb.: ,, : ;
day 1:30.Rev.: Olcna] :; .
With the proper Instruction EDNA: FEAJU. VOUKL.: Plaintiff :und i'lalm& of ",,,,'h enid ('....H Ii law.I I : : : :: .
R. T. WILLIAMS and guidance they- va MARION .LfeiUQY:: VO-, defendants and you are hereby hors; pastor. i : try 3Ten: Working. Men :;ii::
attl: nol..d..nt.NOTlcm fliimm'inittid nnd required to on ;=i .. .;
're an asset to the entire TO APPEARTo or before August ", t187 file .Z' <''II'i
Owner boalng world reports the Marlon Leroy Vowel" your, answer nr other defense. to FINE LEVEL BAPTIST WorMnff xtiCh afl they haw and !iii :
mid? suit In the office. of the.
122 E. Wualiliutton. St. Service. You ar hereby notified fo ,
Evinrude News suit for Dlvorc Han been. (lerk of said Court at Starke. Sunday School 10 mMMnlng .
a. ::
There are several.] plus fac- I died airaiaiit you In the. abovennmed Florida. arid. to serve copy Worship, 11 a.IC a J iii. are, tor a country that must .. ..:..;.!! .
Court and cn a_ and you I there. of noon nlalntlffs. attorneys n ::.;:: .. h.obi :: C
---- yr& required to Herve. a copy" of Thor<>, A. Yawn and Hull I Pre-Servlr [Booster baz. 1owtheworUbWbveL1 :@
your answer or pleadln. to the V. Knight. who .. address Is :1 E'. Vow.* People, and pray 1; ; g rjEN, : ;
Don't Get Carried Away complaint on the PLaJntlff At- O. Drawer F, Stnrke, Florid t I : a .J.,.:.
torn..y Hon. Lex, Oreen. 133 N. otherwise, the allegations of U) Service, a p. m. Evening .:.? brotherhood and love and peaco VV :: .
.Court Street, Stark, )'toridaCnd complaint will be taken a. cor,- Worship, 7 p. m. MttweeJiaervloe i; V it ::: .
fill the original\ ,In the office fensed by you. t ::i::::
of the Clerk of the Circuit It Is hereby ordered. the a Wednesday 7:30: p $1::i coder God. WM1113: .:;:::
Court on or before the 1st diiy this Notice hall be publish I m.- pas- :
M. :;:::
of Aua-uat. 1967 ; otherwise. the once. a week for the next 4f tot :;::::1 '. .SAdi.._ t ... .s : .....
allegations of eatS Contplttlat oonaeoutlve. weekly Issues <( : .0 ::
Hi will be taken as confessed by The rlrndfnrd County Telegrsp! :: Let as resolve to anew' \ ::. .
!::: ENT'i
a qualified publlsrfd Ib I M
newspaper =
This notice shall be uubllshed. In Bradford County Florldi.I V ; ii 1i
once each week. for four consecutive and having" a general clrculatla''I i
weeks In the Bradford In said County. Sunday School 10 a. m .
FOR FREE ESTIMATECALL County Tel"I'rRph.D..ted Vv'ltneHa my hand as Clerk. c r Morning Worship, 11 m. m : t : -
this 6th day of July, Mid Clri'iilt Court and the S.'! ri !::::::
1')67.tSkAf.) of said. Court at Stark.. Bradford Evening Worship 7:30: p.* m :: 1!
.' County Florida, this irdy Prayer Meeting. 7:30: P. m : "

CHARI-lSa A. DARBY (CIRCUIT, of July COURT 19HT. SEAL) Wednesday< R r. W. I : ;: ::::;::: .
Clerk of the Circuit Court. :
Florida Pest Control and Uy Bxulah M. Moody, /Charles A. Darby Newmans: paster. ::.::;.2 .: .;.,, '...:...:..: .
Deputy Clerk. A. Clerk, of Circuit Court o -..:.....;....... I., .r ,. ::-: V.V

T4t 7111 Bradford County Florid.< MADISON STREET :;:::::..... ..... .. ...... ... ... ... .. .. .'... .. .. ...=:..:.:.:.: C.
I ... ,, ..
T/ ;:>" -. .. ). ... .. :.;:;;;::; ;:: : :;
Chemical Co. BAPTIST CHURCH .:.:.:.:.: .;: **::. :< .<<.*;.M.;... ;.W : -.;:: ;:;::::::;::::::;: ;:;: .ld'.;*::;;:.'.:4w';: ::'? : : : W.WaW.W4'
iv: TUB ciururr rouii'r IN:1I .JL- '; >> liI
AMI FOR nttAuroKn cooTV. ] -T: : m u..rl. """ MwiH" to' (fctrfai Ita kanM*..Mi.IMl VV

I KI.OHIDAiCIVI1, Sunday Sunday School, : .._............ie_........"*..r love by iilip..ISJ9IW..... Wi4h. NI

ACTION CASK MO./ iee. 12 V/ides/ 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship I V ::: ...l anexbt al *e .IM at Ci, aneimmat. *f wdiir. .. war *l lie ..1 .bafI :: ,,:::
11 m. Training Union 6:15. ::
J C. PREVATT JR. IIn4 wife I e.. a. : I .,. :; ....-.. .5 Issd..i eMb. ..hsi.I**aw ed .leniUWr aHha. Ihmton MM :.| : I \. .

GLASS That's Our Business GE.NEVU3VE PEVATT.: Plaintiff. I WMU Prayer Circle, 7:15.: i..:.>: ..e 55.9 ,...,rI ... _..M ep.d (M Ckenll .Uf .tai. .*.rI l A* lfM !::1 ( ::; ..

'C.MELVIN. Custom Made Evening Worship 7:30.: I V :r;; .. -..ad WI ............. .... ..V .... ohtuItI ..add. .d ... .::. -

(; "If It's Glass We Have It" B. FUTCH. ET At, For Florida L1YI1lg Wednesday Prayer and'' :::::3; ........ ..0Ie0dI.... II ..... _....,-., !J'9.' ....... ."'//ar; Is :< nl, W ..
Defendant ,
Order of Publication. and Notice l Praise Service 7:30: p. m. *::::1 .............. ...........acloilllrl 'e'... IJo .Jt, : '.
CALL, WRITE or VISIT Church Choir prartlre, 7:30. t I CeIo___ ::
f Hult In the :Name of tloe Get 1\1.\ ... :

FOR ANY GLASS NEED i The lute of Florida. TO YOU For Your Church completely air con L::;: : : :: : ; :i ;i :: ::::: : ;;;: ;;;; : :: : :.: : ;; ..:. .:} ; :i
following: $ $
: ditioned. for
I Clan A defendant the unknown Nursery opened .
We Design Modern Store Fronts h.lra. devlaeea: grantee. .., No Salaried Commissioned all services. Everyone welcome.
legatee., llanora creditor i and or
Rev. Pelder] L. Rowan pastor I
I other claimant by through un-
Just Mail Us A Pattern For Employees .
tier or agalnnt each: Lacy II.

Table TopsSHEA'S !:I Futch. dceaed each late, Ovid of Futch Hllla'bortouirh. : docenee4 : DAD & BRAD.LARSENLIKE 1.' !! This Feature Published in the Interest of a Better. Community by the Follow-4 .
., Cou ntp. Florida, Onele. t]. TO WORK
Civic-Minded Business Firms .
I ,.Prevatt dcad R. 1pr..- lug .
GLASS CO. I 'vatt. deceaaerl and Gertrude Sunday School. 10 a. m V
I I Futch. alec known aa Mary YOU Benefit! Morning Worship.. 11 a. m C
Qertruito Futch deceaaed, each! "
tAD = '
1313 N.W.4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-43S3 I, late of Bradford County FVjr

Ida.And to the foilwln. Clas T> Sizes en DpIayS.O12 Evening Service. 730.: Prayer SINCLAIR SERVICE SERVICE :
Meeting Wednesday 7:30p. : SUPPLIES
defendant. the Florida Land .
!jtnd Immigration. Company a Wide: m.-Rev.( B. H. Butler] I .
Florida' corporation. who... 1 Y.' Baths pastor.MORGAN. I U-HAUL RENTALS Tune-ups Brake Repair
charter has expired, and all un. Ace Hardware
GET CASH known claimant by through and Expandable I Tru k Trailer Wheel' Balancing V Complete Faint Supplies
under or a.."' .t It, ChlcaitoFlorida ROAD CHAPEL and Good "p"CttEfCK V
I Sporting
A* oelat1on,. who*. Most Complete) Line of Bait

IMMEDIATELY' agent members., repreenta.tlvi partner, bualne, office. New( and Used \Sunday July 23, 0:49: am. Complete Minor Tune-nps Lubrication and Tackle: "In Bradford V Wllil US FIRST

and place of bualneau. 1 I. unknown Sunday School]; 11:00: a.m. .

by, .and through all unknown under claimant oragaln.t 8-Yr: financing availableUse MornIng: Worship Service] 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5899 263 N. Temple Ph. 964-7361 219 udilnrton St. 6447a
12:30: pm. Dinner\ on Ground
said Chicago Florida
Annoclatlon.Al: I Our Rental-Pur- followed by dedication service;

g r $25 TO $600 defendaata to each not of the known following to b* chase Plan& -Payment*' 6X10 pjnu Training Union; 7:30: DOYLE CONNER Edwards Grocery & LawsonMeatMarketInsurance .
p.m. Evening Worship. AND COLD STORAGE
dead or alive, to-wit: EdwardN.
Dlckeraon. and If married Under $59 Per Month Wednesday. July 26. 7:30: Agency Mkt..
hi. unknown apoua, Thomas JBurrln I W. Specialize ta Custom lIIaapta-!
and If married hi. unknown p.m. Prayer Meeting. "
DO YOU HAVE.Too *potl e, Jenneete E. Bur.l Bob L. Cooper Pastor. I S-A-V-B Crearles.-lUeats-Feed. tor Cutttnc It Wrapptnf.
nfl au4 If married her un- With Your Mutual' Agent J'rep&redFor Deep Free.
many payments to make? known .pou_. C. C. Harrl. NO Call &: Oil
Erasmus O. Hill Frank Oau P1IONT5! 964-1068

bills to ? gar, and If married hi. un. LAURA BAPTIST 222 N. Temple Ph. 964-7369 Ph. 964-5312 Starke, Fla. _ _ _ : V
-Too many pay known apouae, B. H. Alden .and
If married hi. unknown poue, Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE Sunday School 9:45: a. m.

If alive and If any of them be Vmtoi Worship,, 11 a.. m. Starke "66" Service DeWITTC., JONES
,dead then to the unknown llv- Brenlng: ,
Worship 7:30
log devlaee. heir ifranteealegatee
: .., :llenor. credltom, and Full Lake Privileges' Prayer Meeting,. Wednesday BILL EDWARDS Starke Ph. 964-6200 ,
other claimant under or 7:30: p. m.-Rev. Luther Mc- -'

EXTRA CASH NOW? I,, a",alnt' .each uch deceased defendant Homestead Financing Exempt- Gee,.pastor. Brake Service-Wheel Balance OF STARKE, INC. X' Heights :

Also to all unknown. pron
and ABsmment
LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR clatmfnir any Interest In- or lien UJS. SJ)1) NORTH Ph. 473-3171
on th" following. land In Bradford
County Florida. to-wlt: Lake GenevaTrailerr 612 N. Temple-Ph. 964.7231 Ph. 964-7600 Starke Fla.
MONEY PROBLEMS The Northwest. Quarter cf the '
Northeast. Quarter (NW4 ofNEH Incettnwn.M. .

JtI.Of. Section Kaag 11 ii Ea.t.Tewnehlp bY Sales ..._.........,.'.._w_............ Charley E. Johns Sinclair Refining Co. Hurst Shell Service ,
To Help! m"rn u ..-.NO'" ,
Trained ..
We Are through, 'under or agalaet. *ah ....". -. -
and every acid known named 1 -=- ...,... Agency W. L. Thonuus DUtrlbote .
Ctara A and CtoM B "AofeiKlaiit., Oa Route !". One Mite SBKeynton j V CARL HURST I
Co. you and each of you are hereby J 131 .. Walnut Ph. S64-S070 KLlNEIitKEJt08mn1! '
Town Finance notified. that a cult ha. been IIHfhtaOpen Fuel DO and CreaaoeMu
brought against you and each of Sun. & Evening JaokMnvflle, riodda<< 3220A GENERAL!: INSURANCE
I you by J. C. Prevatt Jr. anddenevlev Better Hatne Hwy- 301 &: 100 Ph. 4-4111
Ph. 964-7449 Prevatt his wife, a. FunUtniv Co. Nalxtdy Bat NftbmlyCtuartoy dereel1ll I N4-624. ... & Wal StartteI
226 N. Temple l plaintiff. and also again I "-T- I -...- ... -E-; 1200 a. Edseee4 .I..e. K. John Ar.ntrI ut.

their. oo-parcru Aaoll JTuteh, I

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1-Lb. Can ASTOR Limit 1 Coffee of Your Choice with $5.00 food Order Regular 3/$1. No. 2V4 Cam LIBBY HALVES &

I Sliced Peaches 4t1.Regular /
Coffee ,x .
79f 2Lb. Jar DEEP SOUTH _
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Regular 44 No. 303 Cans LIBBY CORNED BEEF Peanut Butter 59; .

B eevf Hash 3/$1 1 0 12-oz. ConALL FLAVORS Drinks 15/1./

3-Lb. Can ASTOR Limit; 1 With; $5.00 Order, No 2V4 Corn VAN CAMP'S

Pork & Beans 4tt/
Shortening 58F: _

Regular 35 JUMBO GALA /

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Regular 55 Giant. Size WHITE or BLUE ARROW -
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Det t 391. Butter ( ups 49

'15-oz. LUSTRE CREME (SAVE 40*)

Quantity Reserved Rlghti / Hair Spray 591.
Prices Good thru .

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Plums LI.291. iIbs LB. 45; eat : T29F.


Cantaloupes 31./


Pole Beans 2LBS.391. POTATOES I
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ATARR11L. 1I'I'nRlnlt.... ....n'....... __
--------- ---- .u. SDAY. JYYYYYmmYVyy ifLY 7.0. 1967i

speak to you the last tim ."
KEYSTONE HILITES you saw her, please dont tx yy.Y' will' us. la spending this week Judy Weber VYVYVY.YvVVYTYY XI. she was awarded a medal
I sensitive or alarmed, it wa: NEWS NOTES with Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Dlx- weekend with her l and citation, and was algid
probably her twin sister Mrs' INDIAN BEACHLake on in Archer and !they will I James Bobbins. MELROSE honored with the presenta-
By Jim Fox: : Brannan .Carolyn[ ] I car: By Helen Egan leave Thursday' l for Boaz:, Mr. and Mrs. E. Lion of a medal and plaquefor
( Banta F.
Please phone In Your ) Ala. to visit relatives.
Items 473-4143 sympathize with you: as :I have been visiting having been unanimously
have mletakened: !\ their 1:den- Byi Michael H. OWtty Len and Linda Swearlngen er. Barry Aldrich By Joyce Rowe chosen as the 1967 reciplentr
tUy on three different occasions FELLOWSHIP CLUB Ph. 479-1171' and daughter Tammy Lynn, had a heart attack, of the Annual Honorary
DUPLICATE BRIDGE he said, "lit !Is most rewardIng Members and friends of> spent !the weekend with Fred I Ga. for a few days. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADuplicate Membership Award.
the ..AAAAAAAAAAAAA.. ...A...AAA.. ,. .A. ... and Vera
Winners AJ and i
of the Thursdaynight. to see so many children, Bill Few" returned' home t Fellowship Club were especially I Swearingen, : Vic Wheeler has Bridge Mr. and Mrs. D. M Quailff
July 13, DuplicateBridge eager to learn so much In from St. Vincent's Hospital, honored at the Mon Greetings, people. This is I with Linda's mother, Mrs his Junior Leaders Duplicate Bridge winnerslast and sons, Darrell and Dennis
were: First plare Mr. the concentrated period of last Saturday, and hU wife thly Covered dish luncheon :your hippy-dippy rolling re Anderson,, and son, Terry,, at the Baden Powell week were: 1st, Mrs and! daughter, Denise of
and Mrs. Fremont Tolles; instruction." Please be sure Marge reports that hegreatly Is; meeting on July 13 at Masonic porter with all the latest. 1 I who are staying In Mrs camp at Melrose. Raymond Crabree and Mrs.W. Punta Qorda spent.. the week
and second place, Mrs Arn- to make :your donations by Improved. We are I Hall. Following luncheon was glad' to see our weather Swearingen's cottage en; big r Mrs. W. E Kite !Is J. Orolldc- 2nd Mrs. C end with their son and
old Larsen and Mrs.. Joseph attending the flah-fry. It will glad to be able to pass ithis I President Julius Hanson improving and that it is a Santa Fe.MIchele. her mother in W. Hardee and Mrs. F. T daughter-in-law, Mr. end'
Dey.The be an excellent opportunity' good news on to our readers, Introduced Mrs. Louise little cooler. Although! I love Barber daughter for a few days. Hogue; 3rdi], Mrs. Paley Boydand Mrs. David Quaile. Mr and
Duplicate Bridge Club to get Mom Smith, Clay County Tax Assessor -. of the Norman Barbers Is re- Red Neal reports Mrs. J. W.
out of the kitchen Rev. and Mrs. Mlllard I the summer, It Is nice- !1s sponsored by the Keystone and leave the dishes to Breyfogle and family' of who spoke briefly and l have a change of weather .cuperating at home from atonsilectomy got 7 bass ne day Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss Iva Sunday, but the children will
Woman's Club, and meets ust! Jacksonville and formerly of answered questions regardIng now and then. We would like ( which she had In and 3 or 4 two Hlllyer. tie spend the week with their
each Thursday at 7:30: p. m., DIANA LYNN SIIIPHORST our community, were recent the tax problems for the I ..to thank Mrs. Chastain for the Bradford( County Hospital The bass have The duplicate bridge club is I brother. -
In the Masonic Hall. Summer WEDS PAUL L. UKLEJA i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex ensuing year. She was a, answering our call for help, last Friday. Hope you are Betty and Mac sponsored each week by the t Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lovell
guests in our community are Miss Diana Lynn Shlphorst, Brokas. Rev. Breyfogle a past most gracious guest-speaker,,, and getting our road graded feeling better Michele. and son Chuck, Melrose Woman's Club and Is I and children Tracy', Jerrny"
Invited to attend these sessions. will be married to Paul minister of St. Anne's Episcopal !- for she had such a friendly We called her one day and Mr.and Mrs. David Reid Ginny Harper and held In the Club House. and Gordon of Thompson*
Leonard Ukleja. on Saturday Church is now serving smile and seemed to gather the grader was out here the and sons, and Mrs. Helen Cindy of Gainesville, Everyone who Is interested la I vllle, Conn are spending the
ROTARY CLUBSWIMMING afternoon, July 22, In St. .as minister of St. Cathryn'sIn everyone to her as "her tam next dy. It is much better Walker of Jacksonville! were Audrey Beltz and Invited to attend. Playing week visiting Mr. and Mrs,
PROGRAMMrs. Martha' Roman Catholic. Jacksonville. ily." Although the attendance now. I would like to say weekend guests of Mr. and Susan of Gainesville, starts at 10:00: a. m. Tuesday R. F. Simmons and Lt. Col..
Jennings Murrhee Church. Sarasota. Last week we reported was not as high, due to, Happy Birthday to my brother Mrs. D. W. Carpenter. Sun- and Coburn Rains dg morning and each person Is and Mrs. E. R. Simmcns and,
co-chairman of !the Keystone The bride-to-be is the that John Martin eon of Mr. vacationers. Mrs. Smith said I Wayne, who will be 19 day guests were Mr and Mrs. daughter Suzy, ( asked to bring a sandwich family
Rotary Club's Swimming Program daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. H. ,and Mrs. E. T. Martin, was that the "best things come in tomorrow [ithe 21st]. J. M. Lorimer, Jr of Jack- Daddy] and Lu Big[ ] for their lunch. Coffee and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. AUtw
stated. that the first C. Shlphorst of Waldwlck, N. :recently assigned to a !tour of small. packages." We are glad to hear that sonville. MaJ. and Mrs. J. M. Miller and children drinks are available. The and daughter Janet of Jack-'
week of swimming Instruction : J.and the granddaughter of duty in Spain. John Is Sheriff Jennings Murrhee, one of our neighborhood residents Lorlmier HI and children of Jeff and Joan Tony charge is a modest $.50 for Allen's mother Mrs E. A<
was most successful. The Mrs. Edward Dors of Key- aboard the carrier. Saratoga, Clay( County. Sheriff gave a passed away' last El Paso, Texas, and Mr. and Jean Ball of this morning or fun Chester, and 'her sister and"
program Is being conducted, tne Heights.! The groom-to-' which will be located In the constructive as well as an week. You may think this Is Mrs Dolph Reddish and chile Heights, Fred and Methodist Church New family, Mr. and Mrs. R. X-
:. by both local residents and be parents are Mr. and Mrs. Mediterranean. We Just: received Instructive address, in that strange, but this was a very dren of Starke. Thieman, Kenny Ch Rev. T. A. Steuart has Baker, and children Tommy
the YMCA Instructors from Frank B. Ukleja. Jr., of Elk his new mailing address he built his message around mean and dislikable neigh Roy Griffin says that the low Everett of been appolned by Bishop and Janet, all of Qulncy.
" Camp Immokalee. Grove Village, Ill!. : Robert J. Martin RUA, present day incidents of bor. In case you are still ehe crackers are coming and James and Henley to serve another year Spending the weekend at the
J On Friday night July 21, The bride and groom are H-9 FPO New York. N. Y. crime: and the police officers wondering, the neighbor back on the bed but will be ty and sons Mike and as pastor of the Melrose home of the Aliens were Mr.
*):, the Rotary club will sponsora members of the First Charter 09501. Please be sure to add took part. as compared to the happen to be a six foot rat' going off again by the time were all guests for a Methodist Church.A 'and Mrs. H. H. Coffman and
fish-fry' a* the Keystone Class of New College, Saras- John's address to your mailing citizenry' image and their tIe snake: as big around i as a that the paper comes out. chicken supper at plan for distributing the sons, Johnny and Donnle"
Beach, with the express pur- I ota, and they graduated on list. lack of Interest and supportof man's flat. It was killed by a There may be some stragglers Barton Saturday. Upper Room to all membersof Mrs. Ada Roberson returned,
pose of raising funds ito support Saturday, July 15. They will, Mr and Mrs. Wayne Croft these law enforcement member of he State Road left If you hunt ithem. per all of the this Church will be I
the program. Following attend graduate school at the and children. Alan and Dale, people. Sheriff Murrhee said Department, E L. Griffin' Guests in their cottages this tended the dance In with the July-August Issue of: Sgt. Patrick Ollsson or-
the dinner, an award ceremony University of Chicago! this! of Tampa spent last week I that the public image of a who was working on uie week are: R. V. Thlen and Heights' this magazine as a guide for Coral Gables stopped In for.a .
will be presented by fall,. where they will continue end! visiting with Mr. Croft's police officer is many times right of way. It was kill family of Dlnemore; Mr. and Mr. and!! Mrs. family and personal daily brief visit Thursday nightat
the instructors. Bill Dowllng, their studies In linguistics sister and brother-in-law, Mr. incorrect; that the field! of on the little lake road edt Mrs. Thigpen and Mrs. Col- gent of Jacksonville worship. the home of Mr. and Mrs.,
a local Rotarian, made an and physics. and Mrs. George Massa. Law Enforcement is facing a past the forks at.. Revels. lins of Atlanta, Ga.; Mr, and cent< visions of Sue Rev. Steuart will return B. E. Kelley, Sr.
jntereslng observalon when BOY SCOUTS Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. O'- wave of frustration and My (treatgrandmother. and Mrs. Luther Oillls and Richie. from the Town and Country Mrs. Albert Schoenoman';
ATTEND CAMP Leary and children Brian.. therefore recruitment is being Mrs. H. K ChItty and daughter .. Mr. and Mrs. David Dintln Mrs. Harriet Oliver, : Workshop at.. Emory Univer- was in charge of the program
Troop 105, of Keystone Tommy, Oregon". ; and Susan., much impaired.. He con- Mallie of Bonifay, came of Jacksonville.. Pam Oliver, Miss sity Friday. He will leave ia the regular meeting of the
Heights had a very rewardo Indianapolis Ind., were cluded that the Public attitude down and spent Tuesday The Anderson family reunion ver, Mr. and Mrs. again the following Monday WSCS held In the educational -.,
j KEYSTONEHEIGHTS week at Camp Shands at.. weekend guests of Mr and must be changed as to night and Wednesday with was held at the H. T. Thompson, Dick L for Leesburg where he 'will building at the Methodist.
the Baden-Powell Scout Reservation -- Mrs. Don Borgan. Mr. OTJeary their appraisal of a law offi us They rave visited relatives Smith home last Sunday the' Betty and Buddy I serve as counselor at.. the RisIng this year, with four- was Done best man. 'IhecouP cer. They are here to help, !in Starke and Gainesville weather was fine, and every- and children Lisa and Seventh Grader Rustic religious program was pre,
teen boys attending the summer had a great deal to their duties are difficult, last week, and returned one enjoyed the lake so ert, and Kay and Camp. sented.
sessions [12 of these talk about since. the O'Le- they face danger to them- to their home Saturday, much that it was decided to lefelbeln all ot I Baptist Church News We were sorry to hear) that,
f Scouts were :rated Honor ary's ]last visit which' was 10 selves and family, and a night Charlie and Sybil I have it here again next [year. were all recent Members of the nominating Mrs. John Ortner has not.
Campers]. years ago. change to working relationships Braswell of Starke aguests Those attending were: Mr. Corme and Fred : committee are busy selecting been feeling well.
Scoutmaster Steve Moore Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cole with these officers and of Miami were visiting and Mrs. Fred Murray, Mrs. In closing this officers and teachers for the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cox and
attended the camp program." and i friends. Mr. and Mrs. the public will prevent many us Wednesday afternoon, and:l Techla McGrlff. Mr. and would like to remind next year, which begins In sons.: Benny and Frankle, left
: MELROSE so that he was available to Ernest Filedor. of Summer- wrongs of today's society. enjoyed swimming. Tony .and l Mrs. W. 8. Murray, Mr. and sure end look out for October. Those on the commIttee Friday for a vacation In the
:' assist the. boys In their adyl N. J.? were recent guestsof Mrs. Smith explained that Jean Ball were visiting over Mrs. Charlie Evans Mrs. wanted friends. They include Mrs. H. O. Smokey! Mountains.
vancements. Also, the followIng Mrs. Cole's brother and ad valorem taxes in this the weekend, helping on the George Harrison and eons, the prowl. And now Williams, Mrs. Ralph Mathews Mr and Mrs. John A. Ross
Junior Leaders were pre- sister-in-law[ Mr. and Mrs. J. county she is following the carport They' are on vacationthe Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Anderson LeeonLEEONS and Herman McOulre. left unexpectedly last week
BUSINESS sent: Danny Hlnck Junior J. Sullivan, of Nelson's Point. State program of 100% valuation next two weeks and are I and granddaughter PERSONALSMr. for Canadaigua, N. Y. when
Assistant Scoutmaster; Ricky The two couples were en ; that mobile homes going to be working in /their Kathy, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard 'Pluto and Mrs. B. E. Kelley, lit was learned that Mr.
Warren. Senior Patrol Leader route hme, after vacationing' are taxed by tag unless one yard, planting grass and Anderson and children, all of Pluto Personlca, Sr. and Mrs. B. E Kelly Jr. ROBS' sister. Mrs. Clara Belle
DIRECTORY [acting] ; and Mark Jordan .In Nassau. owns the propery on which the cleaning. Alvin and Katie I Jacksonville; Mr. ani: Mrs. Was a good old dog. : and daughter, Cindy attended Murray was very sick. Their
Cougar Patrol Leader We were very sorry to hear home is set and then n property Howard, their children Michael Clifford Smith and daughter He got his kicks a birthday party for Mrs. eon Rev. Glen MI ledorf.
[acting]. that Arthur S. Barber passed tax !is imposed. and. Kathy.. and their' of Beleview; Mr. and From running hogs. Kelley, Sr's sister! Mrs. Done who has been visiting them
While attending the camp, away on Monday .July 10 I The membership sent Mrs. daughter-in-law' Bonnie t\,'I\) Mrs. R. B. Sheppard of Salt He liked to run I Alderman, In Keystone drove them there. '--
BEAUTY SHOP alt of the boys' worked on after' a sudden illness Mr. Ida Gentry, charter member Starke were visiting us on 'Springs: Mrs, Ada Haskinsi Both night and day. Heights last week. Mrs., Ada Roberen returned
KEYSTONEBEAUTY their; advancements. Those Barber made his home with who has been in failing Sunday. Fay and Norman i I' and friend of.Ocala; Mr. and Because to him I I Colonel Emma E. Vogel re- 'Sunday from a visit. in Port
completing the requirementsfor Mr and Mrs. Stanley'LaCoste; health' a Cheer card. The' Hamllon ''and daughers Cindy Mrs.. D. C. Anderson Mrs.' Hunting was play. turned to ..Melrose.on July Orange with her son and
SHOP Second Class were: Art I of Keystone Heights. :Donation next monthly meeting will be and Kathy were Sunday Blanche Cooper Mrs. H.: C John" Henry owned ; 8th after a week spent at the I familY Mr. and Mrs.. Oscar
Fordyce, Robin Henderson! Aug. 10.PERSONALS. Rogers and Mrs. :Bessie Cres- And he was proud.
Edith Johnson Owns for the Scholarship afternoon visitors. My grandmother Americana, Hotel In Miami Roberson.Mr
Larry Knepper, Fred Ooetz- Melrose Wom- sler of Lyons, Oa.; Mr and When he talked about E.
Personal Fund of die Copeland who lives Beach, where she attendedthe and Mrs. B. Kelley
& Creative man, Todd Brannon and Billy an's Club are being received. S. P. Vandivlere' was guest Mrs.. Warren Tyre and eons He always ,talked loud1.' JtQ'e 44th Annual Conferenceof Jr. and daughter, Cindy,
Hair Styling Smart. Those receiving In memory of Mr. Barber. Mr. I soloist at the Morning Worship o Alma, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs One day Pluto got lost t the American Physical spent the weekend at their
Individual : Merit Badges were: Danny Barber was most InterestedIn service of Community Friends Mr. and Mrs. Ren- Jimmy Sweat, Mr. and Mrs. As they were cro Therapy Assdatlon. During cabin In Ocala National Park.
Form of Beauty Beauty p..relDveJy Culture Hlnck Canoeing Badge; this! Scholarship Fund, I Church last Sunday He Is a ther T. Cantrell of Atlanta, Malcolm Mock, Mr and Mrs. stream the Conference> Colonel Vogelpresented :Mrs. Bessie Lettee is stayIng .
Open TuS 9-0; Butch Bleasdale Swimming and hope that his many cousin of George Canova, Ga. drove down to Florida, Richard(; Manning. and Mrs. And John knew he'd the Fourth Mary with her niece and nep
Closed Monday Badge and Canoeing Badge: friends will be sure to make and visiting :the Canova/s bringing Miss Lambert to Annie Sapp of Brunswick see him. McMi lan Lecture for which hew Mr. and Mrs. David
Bobby! Hendry Shooting and their donations. from Chapel HIll N. C. Keystone, Heights. She will Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wolf Unless twas In his Quaile.

BOATS MOTORS Canoeing Badges: Mike Mr. and Mrs. Gary Abel Mrs. Marie Chapman has return by plan Sunday, the 'and children of MoRae, Oa., [Three months later] Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wesleyof
Wrinkle, Swimming and Canoeing and dau hers Darlene and sold her home on Twins Lake 23. Folowlng Church service, Mrs. Edith Finney of Den- John's eyes began to Heights; Vicar Richard Gainesville and Chuck:
BILL'S MARINE Badges: and Mark Fait, of Chicago, Ill are and has moved! Into a new Helen and Mrs, Wallenlus ver Colo., Mrs. W. J. Pau- As he straddles a log. minister. Wesley of Bainbridge QQ.
BALKS A SERVICE Jordan, Canoeing Badge. spending this month visiting Mobile home In Larsen Mobile called on Dr. and Mrs..A. C. lette Mrs. Ruby Wolf, Mrs. Cause who strlled Divine worship Sunday 11 visited Eddie Rothhammer'
Mark Jordan, Ricky Warren, In home Park, Lake Gene I Is Ralph Chrismon and children Pluto,
rhea Fun Flest'a In" with their many friends Holt. 14)8.Iolt, gaining m. Holy Communion 2ndHinday I and Chester Wesley Su'nday.'!
AH Outboard and Jack Andrews completed Keystone Heights The family va. Her Immediate neighborIs .slowly, but is unable to en- Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Slowly dragging a hog. of each month. Mrs. B. E. Kelley spent ..
Chrysler Lone Star B..4sChry.kr part of the requirements forth Is staying at the White Mrs. Fay Olsen who Is joy a visit from more than Argo and children Mr. and Then his eyes started Services held each Sunday ;Friday In Gainesville.
Motor. Archery Merit Badge Feather Court. still visiting relatives In one person at a line She Is Mrs. Jimmy Faulkner and ging, St. Anne's Episcopal
Service a Parts for SHOWER HONORING On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Washington state now able to visit with friendsby children Mr. and Mrs. Glen' As he looked behind ch. Keystone heights,, -
aes.w Hctfttt. 471Oaraar -/ MISS JUDY McRAE Wally Muhlhofer entertained Mr. and Mrs. Charles telephone, but be sure to Anderson and children, and tree. .
Rte. SI H Miss Judy McRae of their friends with a buffet Thompson, daughter/ Brenda call In the mornings or late Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Anderson You'd never guess In a Adjustable Vinyl Book
Melrose, 4'115-<1851 Starke, bride-elect was complimented dinner at their home on Teresa .and Dianne and a afternoons, so as not to dis- and grandson Dean of Macon dred1' years, Covers. An sizes 30 crate ea,
at a surprise shower Lake Geneva. Quests included cousin Russann. Buchl from turb her afernoon rest per ..'Ga.: Mr. and Mrs. X. M. What John did Worship services : Sunday, at The Telegraph. .
CLEANERS last Thursday, given by Mr. and Mrs. Gary Abel Nashville Tenn. have been iod. Dr. Holt leaves this Smith and children of see. a. m., 7:30: p. m. nursery
Miss Margaret Pater and her and daughters Mr. and Mrs. visiting Mr. and Mr. Axel weekend for a visit to Mon. Starke, Mrs. Coye Chesser He was so excited. ].
Keystone mother, :Mrs. Don Paler at George Kaufmann and Malmgren. Mrs. Thompson is t treat N, C. and that area, and son of Pompano Beach! He dropped his plates Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.nurser ,THE; RIGHT POINT for the
Cleaners Inc. their home on Nelson's Point. daughter, Janet, Mr. Karo- Mrs. Malmsrren's" daughter. where he Is guest.. speaker at Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chesser cups. \'! open]. Training Utv way, you write. Come In and.
Guests Included Mrs. J. Mc- lyn Jackson and daughters, I Miss Helen Lambert various: churches.' His daughter of Alachua; and Mr. and Because much to his 6:30: p. m. [nunnery' open] ,elect your favorite ESTERBROOK -
O. K. Davis Rae, mother of the! honoree. and Mr. and :Mrs. Phillip I granddaughter! of Mr. and t At ', Helen from Washington! Mrs. Hayden Smith and children ment. :Rev Lawrence Carroll I jonntala pea. TELEGRAPH
Silvery Dry Cleaning; Service and Mrs. Brown mother of Clark. Mrs. Charles Wallenlus is ]D. C. will be with Mrs Holt of Live Oak. I believe Pluto had six little -.
Laundry Finlih or Fluff the bridegroomtobe.. Mr.and Mrs. Lewis LeBlanc visiting !them for R week. during his absence. Helen that this makes for a nice,
I Day Service HERE "N THERE and children Rita and Michael 1 Lambert will stay with Mrs. big! family( '
Pick Up and Delivery Miss Kathy Bunions of of Green Cove Springs ]Holt on FrIday.Unexpected Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sneed
Keystone Heights 47S-SOS4 Waverly Term. Is visiting and Edward Cardenas of of this week to attend a friends dropped rom Springfield. Tenn. and i e ,

CONCRETE with her friend! and former Keystone Heights, were recent workshop at the Universityof by to say Hello to the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sneed OlMBCTOMV- \
neighbor Cindy Hewitt.. guests at the home of Georgia In Athens Charles Wallenlus on last and daughter are spendingthis
Hawthorne Concrete Mrs.. Hill Brannon and children Mr. and Mrs. BUI SlmeraL of Phil Cromer recently returned i Sunday, and stayed for din > week In the Abshire cot-
Leigh and Bobby of from a business trip St. William's .
Lake Brooklyn, where they ner. They were former Jacksonville tage.Weekend
& Supply, Inc. Birmingham Ala. are spend- enjoyed a cook-out. In Columbus, 8. C, friends! Mr. and Mrs. guests of Preacher Mass 7:30: a. m. U9 '
REDl ing a few weeks visiting with Mr-and Mrs. Bill Ottlnger I Just received news that Jack Swlndford. and Marian! Winters were Mass and Novena 7 p. u

MIX Mrs. Bramon's parent Mr. and eon. Michael, of Gainesville Dr. and! Mrs. Paul F. Hold of Mrs. Charles Wallenlus I Mr and Mrs. Jack Burchett, '
CONCRETE. and Mrs. R. L. Bridges of spent the weekend at Pittsburgh. Pa. will be vacationing gave a Coffee Hour July 20 Jacqul. Burchett. Peter Bur- Community Church : C.I{ /. .
Lake Geneva. Mr. Brannon in Keystone during chett, Beverly Fuller and Leon F. Milner
Hwy. 20 W. Hawthorn the home of Mr. and .Mrs. )in honor of the new neighborMrs.
4 -2932., 2031 has been visiting with his Frank Ottlnger.L. the month of August. Sayres, who recently Gerald Nettles- all of Jack- George Canova, ,
family on weekends. If you Cpl. Eric E. Romandl Mrs. Veazy Walker [Linda moved into the former Wal. sonville.Fonden. William Warren. O wr
GAS thught that Marilyn Bridges [USMC] and his wife, Susan, ] was vacationing in Nassau lenlus house. and Ruth Daugh-! Sunday School, 9:40:
Intentionally neglected to of Levlttown N. Y spent one last week, with her par- Mrs. William [Ruby] Reedta tery and children Debbie Morning Worship, 11 r
Keystone Saf-Gas week of their honeymoon with. ents, Mr. and Mrs. W Norris now home from an extended Lee and Susie, Red and Myrtle Nursery\ at 11 a. m. r

Bottled Gas MURRHEE Eric's grandparents Mr. and and son, Gary of Jack- hospitalization but is un- Daughtery of Jacksonville only.
and Fred Jr,
of sonville. able to have Michael
Mrs. Edward B. Raynor any( companyfor I
and AppliancesSee Insurance Agency Lakeside Cottages. They' have Mr. and Mrs. George Scha- at least another month. Daughfcery of Miami and Mr. -PresbyterianFaith
returned to Cherry Point, N. effer and daughter' Martha Friends were very kind In remembering and Mrs. Joseph of Gainesville Presbyterian
Us For All of Your KlchM% Morrh. Aft.Oencrml of -'Rev. J. R. Neale Jr..
Gas Needs Inmirane C., where Eric 11. now eta- Jane, enjoyed touring points her with cardsgreetings were weekend guests Uter. Mrs. W. A. .. 'j41 1
of interest in Florida, last the Lucky Lutgens. .
JTire Casualty Manna lion ater having completeda and prayers, .aOl. of ganlst; Mrs. Carl .4
Phone 473-4351! '
Late tour of duty In Viet Nam. weekend. On Friday night which she is very grateful. for Mac and Betty McOowanand summer .4
Bonds4TO47M they visited with friends! and son Chuck were weekend/
their kindnesses, and continuance a
NURSERY Mr. and Mrs. Ray Floyd] Miller School. 9:45: :
and Lou -
relatives In Ocala. On Saturday of these thoughts and guests of Jack
and children, BrenJa Donna MomlJtgWorship 11
O.C. Carnes Nursery and Lisa of Piedmont, Ala. Kennedy, and they then toured returnedfor Cape deeds recovery will' road help Ruby on the Coburn and children.and Peggy Rains Sunday, (Nursery open Bank With\ Ease ,..
are visiting with Mr. Floyd'ssister bean.Episcopal.)
JDwa 100 FlorahomeM .
Suzy of Gainesville -
SCHEDULE an over-night visit at ,Mrs Caherlne Rose celebrated and daughter
MOM SB!! o< Stark and brother-in-law Marine land. spent the weekend at \\1
I OF SERVICES her birthday ,on July ..
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Cromer of
Nursery Stock Thousands. Nelson's Point. Mrs. w. J Dermody of 17 at the Starke Nursing their cottage St. Anna's Rev. Bank By Mail
of Plants A Fruit 'I'M.a to PARK
Lake Geneva was recently released Home. She is the honorary Johnny Ross and family Worstall, vicar.Morning ,
chOOM from. flies Shod Trees Henry Nomer, Jeff Harris,
from ithe hospital after of Gainesville :
of the member of Circle in with and Mrs. Jo Bee Prayer and
Brcrgreens LandscapePlants. and Doug Roulston of WashIngton undergoing major surgery. Mrs. Walter' Orollck chair were guests of Dee and mon. 2nd and 4th Busy? Bank with us at ,y
D. your
All In containers C. were recent
PALMSSUNDAYS Mr. Dermody reports that man She too, needs' .the Betty Morris! and family for 9:3O: a.m. (nursery ) w-
guests of Mr. and
Plant anytime. Camellias kazaleas Zowarka family.Mrs. The Jim she Is greatly improved thoughts, prayers and greetings '" a fish supper1 Thursday night Holy Eucharist and nearest mailbox. You'll save .

I and and also that she Is most from everyone.. George Roberts of Jacksonville lit and 3rd Simdavs, : time trouble. *
Get free
Let do three young men are herpe- steps
as landscapingFhon ( ,
.your(84-S1M I 11:00 A.M. 7:30: P.M.THURSDAYS tolglats [Individuals who appreciative. for !the cards Mr. and Mrs. Stanley La- was visiting the Morris m. (nursery open).
study reptiles and and flowers she received during Coste are spending a few family!] Saturday. School fl:3O: ..m. "Holy bank by mail forms.
amphibians her stay in the hospital. days' at Ormond Sim (charUt 8 ..m. each ...
USED CARS 7:38 P.M. ], and Betty report that.. Beach' asguests Mr. and! Mrs. Ralph
they were able to catch quite Lt. Bubby Moody Is home of the former Melrse mono Jr and four children Evening Prayer 7:30: COME, IN GET ACQUAINTED :
Hanks Used Cars FUNDAMENTALBIBLE :a few snakes In Florid. for a visit with his parents residents, Mr. and Mrs. spent last week in the James each Sunday. BJYC. 6:30:
TEACHING Mr. and Mrs. Cheater :Moodyof Stedman. each Sunday.
Kinchen cottage. KEYSTONE
BIG CASH DISCOUNT Tlah Zowarka left last Lake Brooklyn before he Mrs. Irene Schrlener !Is entertaining Dally offices of, STATE BANK ;
visitors of Mr.
TERMSBUY AU Serrlees field la The 'weekend for a visit with her
reports for an overseas tour a guest at her and Evening Prayer, 8:00:
SELL TRADE grandparents Mr. and Mrs. F. and, Mrs. E. B. Watkins were F.DJ.C. Kejstone Heights, Ffcu
Congenial AtmeaphereOf of duty in Korea. We wish Bellalre Point home, to which and 5:00: p.m.
and Mrs. Lee Thompsonand
Rt. 1 Box M W. McMIchael, of Nashville i(him the best of luck in his Mr.
The she to
Lounge. : plans move back Your
Friendly Bank
Hwy. 100 8 Mllx 8, ...... Tenn. new assignment. .shortly. to. lIOn Steven Mrs. Jewell] -LutheranLutberaa In Your Friendly;
I' Jim Zowarka Jet Monday Powell and eon Alan Johnny Cbarab of CommunUTHE ,..''
Watklns and Bill Humphreys. -

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Farm Safety Week Begins July 23, Bqys Camp Out, Girls Have. Fjejd>, Pay Post S6 Drops Conner. Insurance Crews Fri.,, 1-2 July;; KFC 14: 0-2.KFC vs

301 DRIVEIN )ASCS Head Urges 'Be Careful'Farmers As Fun Continues In Summer Program 2 To Palatka I !: \' Still Top Team ner Beggs., 8:30.:7:30: : Goodman vs Cnn-

Last Frldn. y. J u 1 y 1A-.... .........._"I I, plsce 1 n th e 1 oo k-allk e au.ef ."... Post 06 was edged by the Women's Play Mon., July 17: Goodman vs

and, farm vlsltors-- practice It in, moat farming fun for everyone. A day o of the ret Show Friday, July State Prison 11-10 In a game !Its Crews, 7:30: : Conner vs
pocially children --are urge< operation and around farm cnittered showers made ou I' T. It seems that her' dog, played Thursday, July 13, at Conner Insurance won Bcggs 8;30

SHOW BEGINS AT SUNDOWN to be on their guard again t Installations every day of every special events Interesting-\ ti I) Blacky, sported a hair-da just the State Farm. second game of the season
ADMISSION, : Adults lye Students 60e farm safety hazards. week." say the IC1l t. The boys enlov- like Cindy's Pam Tucker's lit The game was: a little different with a 16-0 trouncing

Children Under 12 Free Emery Williams, Chairman, ed the fun and laughs ot fotu r tie hamster won for' the Most from: the first match ,between Crews Sunoco In 5 Innings INVITATION TO BID

$., ricultural Stabilization am; Clothing funny men putting up tents i Ir Unusual Pet Other lucky wing the. two teams! when the The game was out of the BY
Conservation State Committee, Proper the rain. I don't think the ners were :Martha Struth! Long- Prison overpowered the local reach of Crews after the first 8TAT12 PURrlTASINO
THURS. PHI SAT. JULY 20( 21. 22 polluted out that July 23 I Is the Necessary In I thought It was funny at all eat; Debbie Mason, Smallest ; nine. in the second encounter Inning as Conner scored" 7 TAUuVIIAtMICia, FLORIDA
After the P Beat Groom- and times In the opening inning, Healed'! Bid. will be
start of National Farm Safety; I : tents( were tinall, Tammy Rayburn Charles) Itowell LarryMereel' Competitive
Double Feature Program Week, as proclaimed by Presl Using Pesticides up. it stopped, miningwhll e''ed. and Make Sanders, pitched for Post 68, picked; up 5 more In the sec- .received by the State Furclianin ..-
Commission, until 10:00: A M ,
,dent Johnson So it I la a par- "Even though Florida's i I games were played. Chief cook, Lergent.( giving up- 13 hits as-their team- ond, 1 in the third and 3 In ":VT., on tint* shown. tot! the sale
ticularly appropriate time for .Ed Mag-eo\ let to work feeding point winnera for the first mate. collected eight. Ute fourth.In of suiplUH property
\ I I farm families to help make warm climate increases thedis-I the Hungary! 25 Fun and week were: !ldd.l\ie Magee 280, !Rudy Williams led Post 56 other games, Goodman August 11, Ion Pine Gum

.JtU Iifftfl their farms and communities comfort of wearing protective toxic games were played Into. the and} i'anJ Ray-bunt, 320.: Secom: J with three hits for four timesat lost Its first game 15-14 to I Bid:. thanks may condition ba obtained and iipactCttutlonu from-
workers applying -
I safer by eliminating! hazards clothing night and< I believe from the week wlpncr: were Eddie bat and Dale Crosby had :Beggs Gulf: Goodman de- the State Pnrchn"ln t Commlsion. -
and unsafe practices that pesticides must guard Way the crew looked Saturday again, with 354, and Sissy I two safeties. Paul 'McLeod hita feated KFC. 15-2: and Crews Mm t 19. William D. lllox-
J.J,1 SJI. against prolonged exposure to the gomes must have lasted will And would 20-9 ham Building Tnllahauov. Florida. -
I cause or contribute to accidents these chemicals." long 5d8. you home run. Whipped KFC. I 1 .
rA all night long. believe that Eddie also won Post 56 has completed it's Standings: Conner, 2-0; M J PurUxttLiitlve:
..: C.IW Many farm operations in- Tills/ warning comes from While the boys were camp. tile third week with; 235: along regular schedule for the season ,: Director
Dalton S. Harrison associate lag, the girls had a big/ Field\ 'and Goodman, 2.1, Beags 1.1:1: 7/30 2t 7/27
volve heavy machinery, handling with Sonjii Biggs. Com on unless some games ate setup
livestock, and strenuous agricultural engineer with the Day which was off and on between boys lot's give EckUe a the next games will be the

TECNNICOLOb.'!.! physical exertion By their nature Florida Agricultural Extension the rains Friday afternoon. little competition! District Tournament to begin

i NIUI AilnlTS these require special, Service. The rain didn't stop It was a big week for Tiny July 27. First"/game will be DeWitt, C. Jones, Funeral Home.
t kinds of waterepellent "
Several new \ Cindy Mitchell from t f
safety precaulons winningour Tots too. Wednesday, July 5, played In Gainesville, the second I
I Streams and water storage protective clothingare broad jump contest witha they enjoyed( a trip to Popeye'i In Starke, July 28, and a'' STARKE PHONE 961-6200
structures may present special; now available. Many. of hop of 31". Sissy "Strong- fats, and .this Friday feature a I flip of 'a cain will decide the''

hazards, particularly where these are lighter and more arm" Long hurled a winning trip; to the Children's\ Miucun !i site of the final game, If one I'' KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473.3176
Children are concerned Among comfortable than the old-fash- Softball throw of 93 feet While In Jacksonville Attendancewas is necessary I
PLUS oned heavy rubberized clotting >It rained, the girls enjoyed a I
'These are Irrigation and drainage great, with more coming I Rental Services
.. -, But cloth garments absorb big bubble gum blowing con- .
-- ditches, as well as natural very day.Summer
A new kind; ol'motion/ picture' ciem, nf...from fh''e'P" streams, and farm ponds and or soak up spray more easily ,test Pam, Rayburn proved' tobe is the beat tune of Jr. Boys SplitDoubleheader I BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS

Director end Water of'"Cat'Ballou"/ H.., open tanks. and herein lies the danger of > our moat talented bubble ,year for fun and\ games, so 1 HOSPITAL ,

; i"c COLUMBIA PICTURES Old SAM SPIEGEL widest TilE SUPHEMES Ponds have' been Installed having chemicals come in contact dower with a bubble so big loin us in the search for sum- I CRUTCHES

ay with ACP help In all states, with the skin. The answer that when. It popped her face .mer fun. Join the Somme} The Junior Boys BassbaUChant I

..V. N "THE HAPPENING"HtSong"THE Puerto Rico, and the Virgin he said, is to wash these garments and hair was In a sticky, gooey 'creation, Program! lon"'hlp"' Tournament -. ..' .
.J.<'I IIAPPENINC"ct Islands. Nationally ACP to daily.Harrison mess.: Our apple bobbing turn- be> played In Sturke at wut//.
!' ,\ ed Into an apple diving con- .
the warned against -
has shared :
I HGR'ICN' I'ICTIJIlt' 7KHNIcai/ #: 11---1 rat. Girls head LJQUORS
wet from
... cost on about 50,000 to 60,000 wearing rubber gloves whoa. were 24, at 6.00; p.m. I WALDO .
JIf'Indof'year, for a total over cloth lining has become contaminated -, to toe, but everyone Was a Share Honors Teams from Stark. Live

SUN. B1ON.\ TUES. JULY 23 24 25;) the years of about 2 million 'toy pesticides over a winner. Rain hindered the rest In Small Fry Oak and Lake Butler will be BOBBY'S HIDEAWAY'
aren't our out door event but I
Of thane, t 6 million were -constructed period of time. If gloves : represented in 'the double elimInation -
Double Feature Program be think the girls had fun anyway. I
for livestock water, removed there shouldn't The ''
Tho Tots have .another. The Tigers won their 3rd tourney. opener'
30O.OOO were storage-type ero- any problem of contamination Tlney Small Fry baseball will be played at 6:00 between U.S. 301 One Mile North, of Waldo
lftattann big week ahead. Tuesday, July game Wed-
+a ,7 elon-control dams 100,000 were on the inside. But rare is the' Starke and Live Oak with the
18 nesday afternoon,
water-conservation they attended a movie, July 13
who dejsn't his
Irrigation worker
PAULMEWMAN Snow White and the Seven when they __ reservoirs, and about 15,000 loves to smoke to adjust the 8:00.: will : LIVE;
3-1 Tourney resume
f Dwarfs. But that Is not all in a rescheduled rained. outgame. play '
A were for wildlife conservation spray' machine, or to tear open Wed, July 26, at 6:00 with the :<
FREDRICKARCH RICHARDBOONE flail ponds and' forest fire con- Ii 'bag of pesticide. Cloves with Friday July 21, they will be losers Wed, Frl., Sat. Nights
guests at the Mavport Navy'ard iiawin; Conway pitched for of game one and twomeeting ,
trol.According long sleeves provide the most In Jacksonville and next the winning Tigers and show each other, and the
to the Chairman, GO-GO GIRLS
protection> he said. It-/
od second game at 8:00: between t
nearly 1,000 farm ponds have The agricultural engineeraid Monday, July 31, they will ben very good control throughout ,
the the remaining undefeated team
Popeye'a Pals So, no matter game.
been built in Florida In the
past 10 years under the Agri- ,It trousers is wise under to wear conditions rubberized how small you are, there's Big bits In the contest were and the winner of the losers I i Discount\ Prices on Package Goods

cultural Conservation Program. always fun for everyone at the home runs by David Kuhn of game.
Many additional farm ponds of heavy spray drift and rubber Recreation Department, the Cubs and Dennis Frick and If another game Is necessary Owned & Operated! by Bobby L. Bryan

have abo .been built without boots during almost any typeof Cindy Mitchell won first Jimmy cjssy\ of the Tigers. It; will be played Thursday,'
.!--.... CDLoallJ DoIIae application. Kevin .
cost-share assistance. Kelly tripled for the losing July: 27, at 8:00: p.m. -

&A While these tory importantand Leather boots or shoes become Cubs while Larry VViute zt;:'..::=-.-- ----::::..
beneficial ACP farm pondsare soaked and deteriorate confined Areas, Harrison. stated bad double tot the Tiger --
under repeated use. It is espcc- .. In a Small .
Fry douom' header
constructed for agricultural -
PLUS and conservation pur- lally Important he said, to prevent The more commonly used Thursday July 13, the Met JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY
to feet that are
poses, fishing, swimming and exposure respirators are the half-face. were downed 9-J by the Cubs
troubled with dermatitis or and the
boating are often recreational masks with one or two filter defeated the
athletes foot. These conditions Yankees .
[ See SONNY and CHER In Their Motion Picture Debut! | byproducts. Aiili/: where a per offer direct route for cartridges. One of the more 3-0. Gary Rowe hit -- .
a absorption a home for
run the
son's attention is fixed on the common offenses in the care losing Mets APPLIANCES MOBILE HOMES:\ -USED PHOTOGRAPHER[
pleasure at hand he may note; of toxic pesticides through of t respirators is falling to While team mates Chuck Hut-

be alert to the everpresen'da.nge. { the skin. change the filters regularly hison tripled and Bob Patterson .1 Appliances Color TV '
J7 n Attention should also be
given had
.. around open waiter Oral contamination a double. Stereo Magnavox BARNETT'SCommercial
The danger may be greaterIf to respiratory' and oral resuLt from drift of pesticide may >For the winning Cuba Kevin .1 Zenith Motorola J. & J. Swap Shop .. .., -

the'farm pond is located routes of exposure especially onto the lips or mouth area, Kelly hoWd a double and single General Electric' t and Portrait.
some distance from 'the farm when toxic dusts or sprays by contamination of cigarettesor While brother Kslth Kelly had You Get A Good Deal At- USED TRAILERS: Photography

Alyp.iMtaNw.a house, or If it has some deep with very small droplets are food items or by careless two singles Allen Akridge also Frames i Custom Framing
Campers from 8' 20'toblle
I ra.igzaad.e.i ( water or steep{ sides, or if its used. actions such aa trying to blowout had a double and single and i:7):
t: -
;t 1938
:: BlaiHlinjr Blvd.
The mask Is effective Phillip Johns
more -
slopes 'and banks are covered gas had a two bas
clogged spray nozzles. Jacksonville 384-14B4
but also more uncomfortable .DfjO
with and may be slippery U
grass hitIn .
.. .Having a 'VJanger" sign,, than the respirator. Gas Harrison urged foremen to .the second game, the ::-: Bank Financing
WEDNESDAY NIGHTR. note these sources of contamination -Is, s.. a....--.-
and, keeping handy a boat, a masks should be used when Yankees and Tigeis
C. Fun Night length of rope, or an Inflated high concentrations of toxic ,I and make sure thai; two hit pitchers plaYed dual as a Jacksonville lI ,'y. :21. Orange ParkPIANOS
their workers *
innertube or even a long vapors are present or when I are being pro- Randall Thomas for the Tigers TeL 264-6321
"Hush Hush = life there Is prolonged In ected.Theatre. and Randy : Sales & Service _
Sweet Charlotte"With pole may save a exposure Martin for the,
So the watchword, Chairman Yankees each ....
Brave un lea<
Joan Crawford and LAND For Musical Advice
Williams emphasizes, Is "Be'' single. AU ot the Ter-; ; runs
Betty Davie careful. Having a National were unearned as the Yankees ROVER MOTORCYCLESJEEP C. CARTER NICE

farm Safety Week Just heLpsto erred :In the third inning and The World's Finest In
stress the need for practicing gave up 3 tuns.Bandy 4 Wheel Drives .' ,
safety. But we need to Craws coUeoted the Sold and Serviced! by HONDAMOTOISCYpLKS 1itr

lone single for the Yankees and Roberta', Chevrolet '.

Sbowtime-Weekdays 7:00Sunday 3:00: JEUwin COnway singled tor the Green Cove Springs, S033 -

Saturday 1:00: Tigers. ..JackvIDeD600. ; Established 194SChlckerlng

.. -. Wo games were played Fri. ALL, MODELS A
day atternoon 'because most of Other Name Brands
Small; Fry boys
r Double Feature .Program the Overnight went ou Merchants Green Stamps PIANOS CONN ORGANS
Camp Out
Gold 1 to Vehicle. 2651 Park Jacksonville 388-8319
1 Bianch. State Pa 'h. -
A STA.NDLNG: : I. Jeep Wagoneer Station Open 8 A.M. 7 PM.
I e' "
Tigers 4.1;; Yankees 2-2, I.I Jeep Wagon Universals" Tues Wed. ., Tbur, Fri.
tf ati{ Cuba 1-3; filets: 13.SCHKUCLK PICTURE FRAMES! %
: !;: Thursday i.t Jeep Gladiator Open. Sat. 8 A.M. 8 P.M.
I Anthori/nd Service -
iI I Iit 20 3:00 Yankees
vs Meta
'# .> Approved Parts
..4' J.30 Tigers vs Cubs.rMol'ldwly 211eol Closed Sunday & Monday
.4> Wheel Drive -
1 h9NA b "'1 Is A FUTURE-LENGTH HIT FROM THE TV SHOW IN COLOR +i n'y Mets vs Cubs, July :M 2:00: Drive" SPILLERS'GALLERY
3:30: Tigers VB DI.OTOBS\ &: CYCLES!:

s al., rS A Universal Picture ,. Inc. sole! !Blandlag Blvd. Picture Framing Oil
.PLUS Conner 655' W. ADAMSJVCKSONVII.LK Jacksonville! 771.8211:
TopsWomen's Painting Graphic Arts

: Wayne means adventure, fIICIINICOLOR League SVt-7751 ,",- ... .- Unframed Pictures
:4 Parrish Motors
'I d: Powder PuffersRain MUSIC 1045; Park St.-In Five Points

E4 I la still hampering the SALES! Jax 8SS-SSSI

; Women's SEBVICR
league but
cu r have __ .
7- managed to !TARTS{ -
9i play a few games Paulua Music Co.
and Conner Insurance remains SEl'ING"CENTER: {
t '
1 1 undefeated 32 Yean As A Dealer .1Jand; &_String Instruments
1 One game was played Fri., Always Good Used Cars P '_'Jf"1 aJ"" '

a July 14.. before the second Oil Laura St. Jacksonville t Gibson Guitars Ii 'Amplifiers "t & N.
fSUN'MON game' was called. In the ?
: A IWAMOUNl DC KUASEV game Phone 356-5654
i that was completed Beggs edged School. Supplies-;-Instruction SEWING; CENTER
'" .
KFO 7 to 6. KFC held a .BEAUTY ACADEMY; .
S 'to 1 ]lead after' the 2nd In- *. Roberts Recorders, 1967 Singer

i nlng, Beggs tied it In the. third American Music Library-Expert ,

and' went ahead in the fouih.. i d Auto Zig Zag
Wherever are going TUE. JULY 23, 2t,'23 4 to 8. HairstyjingAcademy f epair Department -
you At the end of S innings the 'i

score was knotted at 81111"and 21 41 W. Monroe St. Like New.
by plane train bus
,uuusTOpuEn PiummtR Beggs tame up With the winning 353-8391'
Console Mode] makes designs
833-S447 fancy
run in. the seventh.1
j The
or car this vacation1BE 4 -& :.t'', ROmvSnin iuERTnzunaHournan second game was called In* the 3310 Beaclj Blvd. stitches, monograms:

( fifth' Inning with Conner. l leadIng RiversideHairstyling : 0- overcasts sews on buttons
,. Goodman :5 to 3. -- Jacksonville!! 398-3MU. make button holes tc.: blind
CHECKS GERTFROKCinuomcnucER In games played \. A.'
Monday stitches. No attachment _
/tRAVELERS !Ir. night July 17th Crews"
S I Goodman 'and Academy __, __ Demonstrators $M'oil\ $4';per
:the sofa money' .., .. suffered a double for- 2659 PARK ST.
way carry your ._.. '... 'felt as neither could Held a JACKSONVILLE;, 388-8337 OPTICIAN mo. Call Jan 771-1850:\

J.wn! .rguv e. cost so Iit"leluiit. ..**w..j r'' nun RYnfER team In ,the second game Con Accredited -' U. & 'N. Sewing Ctr.

ner trounced Beggs 26 to 11
.r (ByY\ YOURS HERE J I ............IOON'" for their' 3rd consecutive" win. Qualified Modern Styling Instructors- .

::f:':.:1 RE HARoY'JACQUESr: CBERTRAND J-TEffiEYOUNG; Friday SCHEDULE July 21. Conner va "Where Monthly, tomorrow's Classes:\ ': ,stylist I >tare Th IYESTERN'' : STORELITTLE

1MULBERTRAND KFC; B .gg* vs Crews. trained .
f j I JACQUES- PrOOuctiorl :tea toss
wwwlc"'AC01O/Hettw .
; Crews' vs KFC. DUDE

. FL.OR i POne /\ WEDNESDAY THURSDAY( JULY 26, 27 -Goodmanand STANIXO< Beggs: Conner 2.2,, Cxews 3-0, Peavy; Brothers Prescription, "Filled': Western Store

1.3, KFQ 03. Electric Co. Broken Lenses Duplicated "Where You'll Find Every

r rr vtaai ra mr ELKCTRIO: MOTORS thing For the HoneSooldJervlcedR4rpalrod

':BA'H''K:; : ltt 'St'A; ltK'E, ii 1'rilnve/'e Artificial Eyes Entbu last'"

-. ,. I Generators=Starters Western Clothing Leather-
THE:' RIGHT POINT for Uts AlterationsEyew.er Specialists !goods, Saddles and Trailers

of.( 30( Banks.of'the'F1orida'ational'Group \ the 'Wa y'you write. Come so Armature Rewinding :11$ Laoin* St. Jax SM-30.1. .' Charles & Sharon Petty
\1' A and select your> favorite ES 4044 Lenox Ave. 94* So. Edirewood: Ave.

Member Federal Deposit Instance Corp.. L e .e A 1. e aruryr1U /. TERBROOK: fountain year Jacksonville ,,387-2523 1034 Parr St.,-Jax i.\834-361 JackM: >aUI,!. 3841210P'nF. : '

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T ,,fiUB3DAY. n'L" 20. wet
BBADFORTI COTTNTT _"'.n.'..... STU"". rt......... PAAIi M/RTTiLN

VS Go Fishing Game CommissionSays f County Judges or authorized potlentlally dangerous public liam Slade nD CONTJ.YQKN: IFS: $ 10A43TCWCU .... .."JI.II..IIIAItIIIt.1I:1jt

CJ- license ''I gents.Pish health problem. rouse BfOGEJTJEn; : KXrCVDlTUVCSI, $3,21 I',4.1 saute liltC'RIP'fIUN: ttXKwrfV.i ."'':' .:
1'1'I 1'w
I with and Miami. I ..lr.. +
only pole This warning comes froth levy 9 .
V8 line rod and reel spinner Dr. Ben veterinar tended\ the ( Randall qulnn Price LOt 9. 10. 11. 1| a** .VuBlk 1O00
But# Remember The Rules I hereby certify ,that. thin la a true and Correct copy"of 'r t r. 3 i In IrC Orllotta......" ,c t :: n'SD
VS or trolling. Nongame fish ian. Florida Ticulural Ex- drews Unit I .r' +

- I.may be taken with bush tension Service. Slnxle: and General\. Fund Appropriation Budget adopted by Ute TOOf'n August./ O. )1111'1'1'iK ,Lois 1 k 4:t "if' 'l q lye 1 'Jfoot.Outf

hook set line or trot line Most animal rabies cases aud visited, at Its regular meeting July \0, 1967 held at the Com Corlloltn, UnrT'l'Lot ,..
- Relax, plan a fishingt timely ., Toinniy H CiHaarl >. I. f. S. 4 ..toI/ a
reminder and
I to freshwater baited with cut bait or othet In the United States Dr. Wallace Center J: Brooker Fla. ( 1.-1IiG
and fishing but I l'hotta
go keepin C
t ip fishermen. Mra.! W. L. :JDDlk
substance not including live Plummer explains, are found '" *
E. Cox
the following list ] Tommy
min of Have a proper fishing license fish OP any part of any gam4flsli. la wildlife, particularly. in ily aril; Mr. \ tlMrrell Lot I. 7 .V I Of'BlkB cto ;

tilings to do" Issued by the I Old licenses expired ,' skunks foxes and bate, an in West and| Town"" Clerk gorllotta 8/D"' *... .

Florida Game end Fresh Water June 30. New licenses are Trot lines are limited to 2? domestic farm, animals. In Those I 1-202t T-27 IIW'I,1', L, Titetino Lot la A. 13 of Blk. .. SUO
$> .' J.
'e Fish Commission as a' available at the office of aUS"ALLING'S hooks when used for taking, Florida the raccoon Is the ritory In IT Corllotta Dnrt* ( *
1- Ted O. DisbaR! Lot E! i 'of
non-g>a.me fish: for i lrersonal wild.; animal most commonly Mr. and 1>11' 'i T ''I**" ""' 1", '.
I The Board If 1qun11aetI0nlOf the Town of nrook r, Brad Cornotta.Unlt,
'. use with a regular fishing., li found. with rabies. told, family r aunty Prbrldn.! will hold a mcotlnir. In the Town tlnll-tlom- Rfllola. ;!) RlulernonVlctitr Lots 1I'.Ii 8'of Blk 7 I lo4/f.
cense Among domestic pete, doss Henry \ Center nt (honker on Aniruiit. f. 1981 nt OiOrt+ p.isr, M Corl ottlL 111111) 't"""- .

Use of set lines or bush and cats, are the most com- (Mrs. Mary ".. any 'and all rlti luna and their cnmi>l..'lnt'.' h. pl>rtlrtn In R. Jones. .....(. II A.. II of Ulk 7 3. ,* '
awnrnnment. and evnltintton of'the rest .'
property 1 wlthln' > the Cor'llotta UnH'I!' *" :
n CORNER hooks are prohibited" In the monly infected species Dr. ter robin, wn Ilmlt...an4 the mlllagu, to "be .
ratp>> atCI.hprnto. for Ad ,, Howard K Curl Lots Ii A, t"of 1Corllotta
IJlk 1
.. iO i-- i M'
Smyrna. Ga.
Fifth Conservation District. Plummer says. Tht Extension ; Tan purnoRea (Jnlt,V "
Nongame fish other than lists five with Mr. TaeabluiA.er.eed[ .
veterinarian :
Marlon Uodico t"i
Lot. 8 A >t Dlk ICorllotta *,00.' 2.'"
OASIS LOUNGE catfish may be taken by man- things the individual pet and family. pnrt( .'f''' 1 ,

ually operated spears gigs owner should do to help prevent Nah and ,...., n-riptlOli l'Ju.mpt' : Value Carl, ) florip., rot' 'I A. I '**, all ic.I I .5,000Corl'ot yQq"I :
'or bow and arrow during rabies in his commun- them buck.Alt' .\ / ,* i.'t1"1'
1 Your CLOSEST Spot For Ir, : : Uooriie. / ,, O. \plurrei' Lull' A I*. 11 e,00B. .
an'J : 1.j
: daylight except .
hours \In waters ity.! ; Mtulimkrr. emit *, 'tm ('n. "f' I 11 Iennn II of 111k15'CuHletts' t
. .' LIQUOR WINES BEER < where this actiylty is1 Most important of all It is and Hlk' 1T Him .:V TO Unit I Ilrt ,' .

prohibited by local, law. Un- imperative/ to> have one's pets vidiled iU tXrnoi ft fora. rim ti W' Af HO ft flee N5n < A. .K. MulMtvld. IH'! '" of. NWJ4' 1i[' '* "'! 4J "f. _

Open 9 A.M. 12 P.M. lerwater swimming or diving, 'vaccinated .against the dis Drown, over rt w! 59 ft RI\ fttlj ;v 'ukSttr, :

is prohibited when using ease. Safe and effective vac- Mrs.( Ma ,'c' } 1PpBfx

Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M> such,, devices except;; In the cines" that fllv" maximum family of O. Harn-ll' 'td 1. 1. 13. U of 5.000.. 5.500.:!

Santa To and\ ichetucknee protection against the rabiesare Prevatt of Blk.Utx i ,,Clay Kleclrlo!: Cu-uu About a A a* deao. In ._. : 0 17,1''"
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHS I : Hiirrrll >ea S. 4 of Blk UI S.POOB.OOO ,11 Deed Bk 67 Pair. 9* ,1 .
Rivers and in Wildcat Lake readily available. are spending L. Parker "' t.'B.' 8. 7. 1. 9, of .1,1, I and 'Derd Bk 0 3 Ft
Oil QUARTS In the Ocala National ,Forest Strict adherence to leash then p en I Blk U In Ward City 1O i ,i-c. ...%" i .. .7n .' ana 'other. *ae>

Fresh water fishj may not regulations (:fc Important.. ,9o 3. Prevail.Mr. A. that partp. land. 1 4""IIJ..1 ments'.and rla-ht-of..

& ]Mi. South or Starke on U. $. 301 be taken by ,the use of lines Is the attaching of licenseand ( \ "and Aof' N Blk: ,lf I b.A.- i properties way.> i and contained other

-' attached to reefloaUng; unattached rabies, inoculation tags. llama wore ; ,tween lot. A Chi. r- h'< the corporate llm
devices the to the collar. lotte Aye. '- H.,' _f jlyoO k.f. .i'la.. ,"

.... -.- - .-- .. .- --. .. use' of snatch hooka, firearms Another pets preventive measure' Durban; .Jitr<\, and\, |\n l ? R. Mott L;.' 11 or Dlk 1* 4,.son '0" Hvabouid fii. .. ,. Airline, .. >, KT i Kctsament way and other rlght-of./ "I 0 .1.U3; .

explosives, electricity Is' to report the presence n. Mott Lot 10 of Blk in a.noo 0 properties -
moved their !' A.f. Coliun Lot V |, 11. II ofBlk ,280:! .., "n, .',' r cnntnlnedwithin
of the
nets poison or:, by the use of stray or tiomelesa Qo0 next to tie' l T 0 corporate

any ocher deleterious sub- .the police or local'pound..: week. They 1: a. Ilayi Jr. I.oteS.II !8, 10. of Blk 1li 0 t.950 Ma I IIMJ/e tot Urooker' ,

stance.C And teach children to avoid In Tampa A. Poison >t. 4, 1. 6, 7. I of 0 4.950 hlurlh 1"1." ... Tola. Co. Kasement rlcnt-of.
Never fish with more than wild animals and not to play MsDuniela. wilt' If I way aiul other properties > o 11.000r

three poles and lines or three with pets they do not know. E. (ire.*,, t.nta 1.I.. r. ,11, 13' ofBIK 0 13,500 contained:
rods and reels at & time. If a person la bitter twf aanlml' Miss SO ,,'lthJt., ... GlJl'po.a
'' of AJColson: Lot B, 8. T. 8 of Ttlk 0 ..4"" Hmlta' ot,. Jlropker,
abide 'be
+ifE Be familiar with ant
by the dally ball l1mJtj estab- washed' carefully with soap Jeff Baker. ICodnei. I..... 1. 4. 0. 10 of BIle 5,000 V80 Southern 011 A NW'4 of1NWg' J:X'1 010'>
lished for fresh water. :, game and" water and a physician .. 80 ?1 Cb..lo.1. Co; A h1 of ny' f. .. ,

I Ii fish.. should be" notified. Notify: !Mr. and n. Plnholntor! K.t. Lot I of Blk SI It 4,500 W; d. SIRna..r....! "J 210' IIf'N tl31' uC 1.000. 8.nO
*' ? .' < .
KEEP It Is unlawful to refuse to the local board of health or family spent (> Jones Loie'tl,' IS 'Blk t\\ 0 1'.1n$ tt\Y\c\ oLSWl4 "
Lakeland C. Melvin Lot I' of Blk'' e'' m... M. Lewis. All N44 or 8 r or lW f.41i q
produce fishing license; Identirtoatlon. police department. If possible ; I.( I4oq v" :"N"or n,)C

\ and fish for in- the animal! Inflicting the Air. .and. \ -\>. Colion e Lbts'S. 4.5r5.7.( e. 0B.ouo Y50aiBo ft.H. Rr f PI' x
A. 10 of Ulk 81
i request'.of' an should be capturedand J. UI.k, of IOx"m "
IT apectlon upon wound and eLutue
family 1.. Green Jr. Lul.< (. S, : 4. S. 10, .. 1,110, O A flWi4. I.U' ..
authorized, wildlife |.officer. confined so it may: be p..nCIoy\ \ \ 1\\. 1J of JI1k) 'S3 :

The use o{. goldfish or observed for signs: of rabies.: mountains in Sowell Lot Q. 6, 7,. S of Blk I : Edwards! 10!:, 200' .e 11'61 pert tot UG8: ?

&\ CLEAN carp or the minnows of bass Constant vUtilanco Is necessary. 52 'f ,N N'A or 0'RT NW45 of'HW4: S
diseased or U Parker. tom .at flW Cur o* e :.BOO Bouthnrn'Uu
is unlawful and' Dr J; Plummer} says A 8WY of' SW'4 or 0 311.40e
flB" SWt4 rim
illegal bait is subject to con- since each year some 30.000 nUHIVIKIt NOTIC'M: OK. N'BO' f 'for Pfi11. h.mloli.! Ca sw4A I 'A' In ftf 0 tior'

fiscation. persons are required to submit Notice In font rT t9O ft W If'IO I of HW Sr.,. of ISW tt ..

It Is unlawful to sell offer vaccination against thu .!/( ft. 0 140 ft. W 400 fl. lOX t/W
IW vlnl.mit. uf / / N AO\ ft. 'w 100 ft. to. C"yde Co.. $NV of'II4' EX fit It Robe""'
4 1 for sale barte, purchase, or tine'. always fatal disease. TheU. of Vlor4dii. I'OU0 C. Melvin C.. tL' : A\klnlOu\ (.ot.l. I. A: 10 orJlk 0 7U"

exchange for merchandise S. Department of Agrl- roKUtcr with T. Slew On lof 50 ft K *.. 8 1.80D 0 1 Ju Ward City'
any fresh water. game fish. culture reported 3.689 con- Circuit Court .iby 100. ft iii) *.. 'W In. (ituy AI1"/1 LoU 3. 4;tJlk 1 Ward lI.aoo e
toed County. .
MW cor of BBV of
Check: special :regulations armed eases ot animal rabies. proof uf p. SWM '414' City ,
estab- tle.. the Q T. Te.lona fat I oC Ulle I Ward I 16.
before fishing on an .
In 1968. B Adam.
JNI10R.V( '7 Coin 879 ft. H of R\V 4.060\ Q City:
America the Beautiful. 0<11" lished fish management. .. nor of BB\% ot SAVVi .. U
S: SOl HoiHh\ A, theca
e.ntmmrrmnt T ; Jame'' U. *.. run E.O5 ft, N 2<0It. 'o/o H. ir. Green Lot II of blk' 1* .Ward. 0. ''GO
W It ft. B | ll ft. Jr. City
Is Everybody's Job area.There 411 Stark, |
is no closed season Dated this to pt of BKd p. Aljlneerj% Lot I oC BIH 1 Ward "n.

It's the job of every family: that spreads a pknScma and no size limit on Flor'dA'sIresh HAMPTON\ D 1107 at [ C. Melvin' Jr. Ben. 180''101 of f' W our 0 tioO CGuch' City. i" .
roadside table. water fish and fishermen County. of SB'i]! of 8WU A ; u>t (ii.J. Lot II of. Blk I.Ward 1 .
Htill' N 1140' W Clty'trlnklsy
It's the job of every boatman who cxufeoa tha may fish twentyfourhours By )r..... Mary WIWaroua'uiu.A..u&.AAA&.a run ur a Ion' to FOB ,Y Tucker. Tab. 1, 2, 1. Blk 3 '.&QG.
fctfcea. and waterways. a day throughout the No'r1'N fix I lot In NR dor1 I .011<) Ward City

Evei7 driver, every walker every flier., !. llr; <.i.l. H. W 1i Ijltliol\ I Jluss Lot
of .
That why our Association throws its TvnoTe- year. ".....P, arlw. W. Green Com at BM >Our of HWU 11 080 1 ,,1.l Ward.f City Blk" 3 In ISO-

hearted support each into tho :Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Adams A. run W Stir for i rs, U. W. 0ui| |> Lots 1, 9 of
year Keep America All Pets Shoulde EDNA i'OB Cont W BO' N ,1 500 50
Jfeautiful' campaign.hanbtfo.. and family of Bcllsvllle HI. and tiff. v*. 1 + 1 f af 11 ,p40' 10 Ward City -'
Blrt and CU.U" :1. V. V. MclJaviU. Lots 7. S, 0. 10 Ulk
1 'YdY.ld4kta 9atr4tNY ..4ghtom' E Inoculated :>jr.; and 14ra. Albert 0 1.000
.. a Want City -
of St. Petersburgwere HUMS. Fruol. Silk t t.ooo 0
cc miry IN left keep If that troy. Against RabiesEven daughter visiting Mrs. Maggie\ Blrt You Tn: Marlun are b* I B.:' Cothren Blk 10 ." 0l.BBO 1.lQO! W.o/o M.M/Law n. ti hon L tJ. Lot S. 4, of Blk I .JiO

UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION J last week. Mrs. Adams will be .a butt fur Clark Lota1 I ? of Blk 11 I 10 Wallace Ward!: City
PA BOX 273 WINTER PARK FLORIDA .though rabies seldom, remembered as 'Martha: '",oho. niuiitxl tiled niculnat Court J.; Baser: Lot 8 of Blk. 11 ,03.3BO"" '.II6' W., M. A HutliLawlion .L..t. .. 4 of Silk it: la, 1 lOG
Is the cause of death In Mildred are required. o"o> ; : : ; .., / Lots 4. ,. O:10.11. II .fI 'j.of Ward City .

man in the United States Deavers.son daughter' of Mrv. ,- .. your oomplalnt'.tnnwer on City: Blk 11 In Ward. I 0/0 ood.r'T>av1d' (. t

the dread disease remains a We are worry to hear that tornoy lion. : - Mrs. George Saxon fell last Court Street C .U Atklnaun. Lot 5. 7 of Wk) l\\ :! 0 KX. W 1(4' 111' Ward. .
and file the A. Castle Lot 5 of Bile 11Lots" 1.150 0 City
/ her She !Ie .floe of the-. .
week and broke hip. > '
Court I Hodtfe A f'o0 Blk U *,lIi 0 J. T. Bus. 'W' 1..' of B%( of i.soo
In the Uedical. Center in Gain of Auvuet on. or' r- rn'' Ward' City I 1. Kracl lilk 9 &" lute

I OFFICE SUPPLIES esville. allegations 01 J. Jones Lot' 10. 11, It of Blk 1,050. ,0 ,. a. O, 10. 14. 17. II.
: CHECK YOUR I .Mrs. Helen Jacks and sons' wilt' b. takeo I5'In''War /'Clty 'lit! of BIN a 'la Ward

: .. ... of Memphis Term are visiting you Thl, notice Markey Lotrr I 7, i of' Blk 18: 4,8041.. .0 City

:Mr. and} Mrs P H.: l/ott. once each .. In War" QUO State. n..pt. .uf W.,. oP Kraol Blk ft 1. 01
? nutter, Lot 4. 5 9 ot Bile '
utrve I. ,1,080, p, Acrloultuie\ A.. all Fried) Blk 4 A
Do You Need? Have It! Mrs. Robert Cox and"chdidren County Tolo / II In Ward City Hilt T RX: lots. 1. *,

't' What ? Vfe of Orange Park', were, vlstu Dried. this. ..M B, Kvlly Lot 1. t. {1, It of I, .,3.200 r 10 A 11' A-.. all lot. _
big, friends this week 1 87.IStlAL.. Blk 13 In Ward. City II. 13. 14. 111 ...t Bill
.' M. Duuiitaai Lot I. 4 o< Blk.. 13 S IQOIn S'ln Ward City.: 4. etabetween
Janie Hicks Mrs. JoAnne H .. -
(Mrs. !: Ward. City .me.
Hicka and children and Clerk" ef Doug-la' lots 9. 10' .( Blk ISl 4.10 0Iln J., H. Hardy. Lot 8. '/,'10 A It of I 1.70
JlouUh .
Ify '
''Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hicks Jr. .. l Ward City illk 7 A 8t.. between,
Deputy '
united \h chair and children enjoyed ari'butlng Harretl l.oti'1 4 Of Blk 14 ',.,4,160 ., O. lime '
'99"$\ Mra B. M. Halt >t.' 2. 1. *, 0. 7, 10A '119 1
company'S395 at Hart Springs near Trenton DouylaeI. iVS 6. I, t..:.H' Blk! I O 4.a0Q 4! ., 'f ", it of Blk." *,

.Buy a Heyer EIIecutlve. last week. TUB .B WInnle'I4,4. Tx>t* 1. t of Silk SWard t.85. '
CoteunI. Lot I, It of Blk 14 0 4S0! .
Posture 'Mrs. Ivy Bowdea. Of, Macon< !, Q/OI Truoyrfud' City
the way sea Colson Lot I, 5. I. 1 11 fUlk 0 .
Mode! 82 Ga. Is visiting her slater Mra. 14NU *. '1Gd C.hurJlb of.!,Christ. Lots 13 IJ: A: W I*' S
and wlaX)
or tot 14 ...r- Hlk "I ,
Duplicator and get a1 Neta Johnson this week. TERBROOK! U W. Sowell of Lot* |I. ,2 oflllk 1"00 S In' Ward City.

Spirit Mrs. T.. J. Perry la on the TII LEG & 15 R edwlnar CarcieraIne. t.ol* 341. 16\ A. II of I II.JO'
FREE13.00 Starter Kit! sick list this week.' .. L. Molt Ml At4.) W of Lot I 1. t *tBlk 8000 0 Hk), 8' |I'o Ward' City .

Mrs. T. F. Brown MlsaJ Adjustable I ULots B iptlpt ParsonageAA.M. .. Lot* t A 4"of. Blk 14W 'a .
/mvtng t.w 1UPI1CaW ti5its lOG-1 I Slepi '*. Hicks 'I: 4 of Blk IS 8.<00 0 ..rd qit/ )T T > -
.... to die Mae Brannen and R. A.
.. poet. dover. Att
wlhut.. I eolon S.urhbl.0 i Betty Qainvy. 'Lots'' 5 EX N S3' .At 1.000 100 F. 14 la ,1
with ih.rve Loiehella ) Lot T of Ulk .
,;:,::: ordlmq. pw ...i .;::. ... .:. Brann were in JatkagoyUle. at The II t ;JO of lot I A" W '. .. Ward City *
met to meet Mrs. KathrynCBrJOn.e. of A.. Lots 7.
Yr/ Sunday II' lot ,
uIe" 00'1 '
ao1 Y 4.461'C.
S o Moo
:"'- > BIle 13 ,ln Ward City
.A : |.
Mrs. Brown's daughter UUJfIG : 5ae.of3Ik//
\ MelVlo Jr. .I"Lof A W by f.7 G.
r ; of Kllzabeth; N. J. Mrs I UBAFU. ,.t MelTln Lot,* >0, .It of Blk II :5.410 1 s Itlt" Jl ipo3& 81ft": tr'f/I1 '
T5 e 0 :'!*
l Lewis Lot II or BUc II 5 cor of pB-4! ef BW' i"

: Starling Lot. 9 A. 10 of Blk If 1.160 o'C' M.. Barnrsre. Corn 74* B of 8B our 1,000 '

TOWN Of' BIwu. R Bias"", Lot. 5 A.. 4 of Blk 14 l.tOO 0 of SB-4 of 8W.4! A
: Crawford La ii iy I ot' B\1r\ H ..0I8'0 j N" 150"' for POB. W
Now can uuOKEU. ,F141t1$1PaaF.y.wU 'n'ef 80* N 180' EW. 'g
you \ I... T.Plnkitof' Lot ; Blk IS 0 .. 110' te POll' '
trutiu Green II of It 1.900 e' '
.Lot Bile Ma Bunle' Mutt Com W of 8Hcor ... I.
label anything! BUP4t1T: ; BEVENUEtAND: lliXfRf! ?! Colon. J"rao* lulls '17 tBX B 0 13)5. .. .. ., 1215'{ id A.. run
40' of W 100' 'In Ward 1I W 17B'1 N 140' B 175'
WITH IJAJqQIfD', ; '. CALENDAR. YEQi. 191W1 I. .City]ft-8tEa lol-l ME f 0 55 t.rnuol B 1,40' to POBCom'
the a.w *' '' '
JU'V"; sot n 81' B. 8IUItI at ill!] ear. of 4..fjO':
Tensor : lUrrcll. U 4"' of W 100, .of 000 I, WW A run W J3V
21..h. I Road Bridge Fund-Bradfot'd CO.. Fred l Blk (7 To 1'l"UO"E..J' 1 3'I\ 2l0'

Taxes ., 1* o.I t pon Jr
An it .ot\4 y.orem Stake I Cor* at 8W eor of '.001 fW! p J. Qree c..m" ITS'1 w *r ameor 4,360 4))
I I Penalties .. Interest ., 8WU of "BE"4' : A run. r live or % .A run N

Writ. .. .11.ny*.,,,.*...I***. | Lamp Garbage feee :I ,K: 401 f/' It.. K1 14* .. 144" W MW 8 340'. B
8 "
....... IIlaU''.., wood. cloth', quality, ft. W'1 ft.'to TT ef fl.No I 8EQ; I aOo' to' POD 350
I lathr' ,ate. REVICNUIII: R iby Stokes Com at 8W eor of 1.000
4MI, waxed paper, hf'.II. t-1.IMIP. Total EX lot I I. HVfJ ot Alberta Stoke. BWH of 8K4 A: ran

PflMANCNTWATtWfllOOr' It II.l .).lrtprk. *. EXI' NDTW1 f j, ?. ; 100'z, .1iI R %' ,W. by-100. ft. 0/A\ r.t. of BJ1 007 JI$. ft.. W:' :340' ,

49 Y IINISTRATJVE I vy "7 i/i ft. M 140
13.98 ., 9ENERAL & J. Jonas. Com at 8W cor of 1.000 +ao to pt Of 'BBO ex Sot
FAST o YIN, -- jla a tles. HW'4 of tll1'!: 'N 140'* i.1( In NW .oo* JIO.JCAW'Iy .
-- .
:: I for POB B !./ 1114'w,16 10*' N3
-- '
; N ) .
Insurance 0' a !0 to vpif ,
./ T B bby J. Jane ram ai.BW nor of, 1,000 400t
Building ;MaIntenance ) WIA of BRH N 14**
JOllel.. Com .s1' t3 ft. n Rees 'iO' POI!! "IS! 110 N
l1Wlt1ea .... : from 8W eor.. of SW h y for/ W'UO'' a !. O"' tao
I LI-of e0110 .. rtllW'If '

Legal & Accounting 140 f(. B 144.. 1/3 ft. .I. V. Bd wards poa. of" SWU ofig '.". '
"Sticky" Problems a access Office: Supplies ft.H 244 tb PT f(. of W'BBO 144 /.'" .All<4 E't]sTotJlD.:1' -... '

Election l:xpeneeDueg Coue J p134 of NR14 A E 495ft. L000 T.50 VI.otorR..1oue.. Com IOT'1/yH'' from 8000. .50
timer's C/ui/ -Aa .r J.; << .. of NW><4 Of NWkBH BW coI aL BWH\ ofIEH
&r05 N n
"" .. Com V of KB>U A 13 481' o I.fl' ,; ur
Urner" Eaoxy, Glu* r:== Otflc. Furniture & Equipment 'of NW% of 14SH: of '.'.1/1' 8' 44' W

,... Tax Roll Adv ., .u.4 : fiBO 17-78-IOB boat 144 1/y to ttt'or BEG
I Elmr'i ContJd Ctmeol w. .-., '". j;165 >5cr., 11 C ant *f Pubilafit All BH. 'r SWHIofJ1K14 *. I
', r:'WIlli r Charges to Road Ie Bridge! Fund 8\"".. .W SOT 1/3f..1MW I.\loa\ 051 lnrtructl.m \ 1 -N' ." KlB > ,
There, 5 *" Administrative '4 of NH1' A M lit CDe' ,< of NEM:\ A B 'U'. 10 LOGO !.OO
Elm"/ ', glue for uN DESK CALENDAR Total General and 1/3 ft. of NBVs of NW r T' .. o' 'NWfi aNB%

awry jot you dol t --_. N.w Model No. 21. Com iITIIERT; ; 'DEPARTMENT ', 4 EX N I8S ft. W.: I),.Plnmamrnnls I 8Q A. belaa IK BQ ,1 .3S1

I binea handy memo and .Utilities. K. Curl W 128w25 tt p1 NB 950' In tW cor-'oi/ 11: side -
Tilt lordiit Cheralal Comjaof' ppdtntment p* *-* '4 X, ot WH .., .Nil:\\.io thai ,

/ 350 Midiwn, Avenue. en an In 1. Bais In piaitiawalnut Mowing : ...d K.-'Cwrl Lot t thee. 14 BIM 1. S lltglt . J Ua| N" of _T HWIfLotm <
Hew York. New Yofll 10017 ; or Uvjr .1.J. Lot. 3, 4. B, 41 ol Blk (M, Hodif \ a of Blk, 1Corllotta !.0.0 .
Total Street Dept EapeUsel!: I and Lot I tnfu ItKlk "8/D1' r '
"P'I"NT Lets | tar' ,, 11 ci;,4*?Coa." I r Partial'' o(' W 34.t/r I l..1'1'
lUll) 4. U>\U tj Id,ill .Jf R 7M.t/r'of WV,
Contract ServIce. : It 14 Blk S&fu'01.. 0/. NO(4 com at NM
thru 11 Blk A IMS / W
eo of NW14 run
VII5E DEPARTMENT: ,. 4.; 1. .. 3'*' 14)) Ink IJ3.3J' 8, au.'" POD
Salaries 7 A Lota 1.; I HI to'" IA I il. I301.t' to'S 'II.* of

Just A Few o/ The Hundreds of Items Lot.. 1 thru .II lllk NW t4 r, W, lw.p'. K
Repairs .... <*>"CorltottaT> '318.;"' BI FOB
,,.. \ 1. Unit 1 A. EX';: l.a ,I
'f 4'1" : 3 ....111.. Lot 7 A I of BlkCorllotta. < 4.90 .
: Can Help You With Insurance of 4 A KXT '.' It. II, C. .
We .Utilities "'S ...1. "nofUII" I > Cml.. f
LI eye. C'Wne4 Isle T I'eft4YI ,1sai t I
Lot II A 11 of BIle M
L wl
: ..
;;, rg1rUotta' '.IJIP A
I lo Corlotta.P A .
Total Fire DApt. Expenses f '
Blk ... TOM1ITTOVR fl:. COX e
< lot* 1 a 10 of i .-.:.. '
PAUK DUAIn'MPT I I A.. eUa g RtV4 CLlC1t'N
r Lot*
P*(* Ku15l' 1121 *t /H1w
PJII1": r I .I a Iytiltlietp __ : ..
Nwusq ... """ "" .. .e "oItI"
""" "" '-: .0 5 e.ar .. a .. ae 1

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.. T Mayas rommlaslonorItriv NOTICH Of" ( C1FOHKCLOHt Range" ill East liitemiwts. theKanKTlv of beginning, thence runNorth"'ly Suction 84 Township B SOlltb.HAn..e ., tlo-n. thereof described In
'hit-h llllam
*ieKCo. with exi'hun"" u first' parcel heraIniLhove -
Yto- any 21 East and more mortgage
Adjustable the Eaat.rlyrlaht particularly
of the right -
i W (Tarter" II Jut ( nmmisaloner : Iin MAIMNotlve boundary ,
I .... may be Hdituil pi lor to andconstituting of State Road 220, of way line of .said State described as follows:: )
.. All sUe 3t enU e. I the Commission. nnd for ad- Edwin I.I Mnwin UN } hereby given pursuant of way The. defendant the UNITES:
of beginning comment -
the Horlda PublloServke to a. final Judgment (IfJo'preclo.ure and. run thence South..lyalun" Hued 2Jj a distance uC 75 C..ItOo For a point
Justmenta In its rates. CommlsHlon, tills 14th dated July III, 1967 the Lluaterly: boundary the point of befrlnnna} :. being 'e at the SW corner of STATE OF" AMKRK'A a soverelenty
charges for various Inluesllaneous of of said one lot 1 110 J feet Emt by the sw 14 of the NEVI: of ....IdSe..tI"'n shall have 120 day.
MOTICF) right
furnishedthroughout day of July 1967.Rolling and entered In the above styled of the way date of the sates hereunder .
I will not be responsible. tor services said. exrhxngss.In ('. 8tanluynECCT11'14 cause I will sell to the highest road a distance of 143 feet fora Went and 75 feet North by 14, and run North...''dqual'tAr from the within whleh to redeemeither ,
debte contracted by anyone BBCKKTARYltch of beginning from the South and lyliiir In the Northwest alonir the West line of ,
nny Florida : bidder for Cash ut tliiMouth point ; ,
North said piertiespureuanl
other than myself Lewis ni-' thin applliatlon.. 770IN ; Front" DoOl'l"' 'of the Bradford point or beginning thus den quarter ((NW(4( of Ih.Norlhw..t auction a dlstan of or both of .. f
( requests tlon ((0)) ">
lint! Rt t. Box 319, Lawtey Telephon mpany County Court house. In Hl.iilt, rlhvd run Easterly: at a rightangle quarter (NW44) of 4!r. feet them liuKltrlv: end to allow. (
if mil'h niljustnuma 2410\ of !the FedrraiJndlclal
k approval
of Section
Flu. ...ndehar.e. Bradfvrd County. PlorldH. at to the right of way of.al.1 the Southeast quarter ((810U: ) parallel' to the South line ..
7/6 4tp7/27 In its riitvK THE!: IMKCI'IT\ COURT FOR 225 ll.l- of Section 34 Township A mild quarter auction a distanceof \ CodeCHARL13S
,. as. will proitutH an 10:00 block A M" on the' :list Slate Road a < A. DARBY
('OIJNTY.'I.oIUDA Kast, feet to point thenc
HHADKOltD feet thence run South: Range II 820 a
increase of approximately, day of July, 1987. the folluwln anus of 110 ; Clerk of Said Circuit Coui
NoTrcb .. described. South and parallel to the and'HubNefiuvnt9 run South and parallel to theWent
annual properly Bltiiatc In
I1I7.101 In net ByS/ BeulHh Moody
VII.l'1'ION line of said quaver section
that CI Bradford Easterly right of way' of said pereeltThe
Notice I. Hereby vlveo operatlnK" Income which II County Florida to- 1 mortgage ,
.. CASH NO 79 325 a distance. of SETA& ..:' of Section thence run Iipuuty Clerk
the Poonly Alw "m>r of Taxes states would require an $Increase vIsmi' wlttTlrnt" State Koad NW\\4 of the
FIRST FEDERAL) IIA West a the South line of said (Circuit Court: Seal)
Florida thence run Township 5 South
Cor Bradford County IIBK-: 75 34
of approximately _
y.'oft ASl.nA.N\ ASSOCIATION; OF morlgege 1'.1'' 110 feet. morn or and also. quarter section a distance of THOMAS A PIERCE: \!)
ivlll meet with. ha Board,, of 000, In Its annual oporelingrev.ntis. distance of Range 21 Saab a
II'r\HK"":, CommenuB at a pplnt wherethe. the Easterly H26 feet more or lens to the Attorney. for Plaintiff
"ounty Commissioner of Said lens. to a point on strip of land 4t fuel North by .
ounty In toe office. of the At said. time and pint" ..e ill I9ehtlff, .. North! linn of the Northwest right of way line. of said Mouth and 825 feet. East bY point of beginning, exclusiveof 208 Southeast Sixth Street
l (r-loik of Circuit Court at 8tarke, Interested partlcu, ill h.' dh! ','nSn v quarter (NW\ ) at lhaNoittheast Htaii. Road J2D laid point be-. Weal lying" In the South half easements and rights of Fort. Lauderdale Florida 81901
o'clock A.M N/.AH: ind OTHERS: quailer,\ (SI9'4) of of the NEW\ i tlr ,. and uxcpptlnic uor- w tt 120H
Florida at 10-00: opportunlt> 'lit i I"<' fiilli < I": tl X :-AI.: lUll 7u feet Swath "if tli< point I of the SWV\ way save r '
\tiB-uat: i. A.t.>. I il7. tot thepurpos. By tlUJJ'TIO'll: ..Is.i ", ,ii. u.n" I 1,t. fo "dnn">H Butitlorr 14, Townnhlp 6 South,
of hearing; complaint

i .the and _vHiua.reonlvlnir........ or any testimony. property. ,as un'flu to, 4 N5f Bar Mlt.al Iae.r.e.r a. r r Ir-- wi tt9I a.wr w a2r E1.

leraotidl or IntantrlDle persona. ] .. t
fixed by the wad county An '
Hosaor ofc Taxes. o-n. his. Assess '" ( GET UP TO
ment Holla for the year. 1687 and : Menhants B

'Hi ruottlvlny for the/ purpose and'. The wiuallvlnff County uf perfecting AssesHor suckassessments .. 0"fj :'Ij I GlADE "VA' FRESH FLORIDA ,' ) B

o :
County Commlaalonera may con' ,
tlnue In sestina. .. front day to day G
for one week or tie lung ai STEWING ; 1B
Promoted necessary.All. EXTRA FREE STAMPS
Alvarez owning property ,
'I ... .
subject to assessment In Bradford .
'On CompletionOf notified g. I
County. Florida are .OV.
.such tneetlnc STAMPS WITH| 5' FOOD ORDER
to appear at 100 FREE
Inn TrainingDavid or meetings, to make-such. complalnta E : a I I

It Coats general the value or of give any testimony property' a.real to a 11'HE J wor, I 200 FREE STAMPS WITH $10.00 FOOD ORDER 'I.

or personal e. fixed by the N 5
manager of Holiday Inn. of County Tax Assessor of Taxes R 300 FREE STAMPS WITH 4's.oo' woo ORDER
.. '
Starke. Inc. announces the upon his Assessment' rolls a. '' ,. 3

promotion of Travis D. Alvarez they Given may by desire order -of. the>:,Board" ..'- CI!> 400 FREE STAMM WITH| *20ro ORDER..

from managementtrainee o-f County Commissioners of ))0: .
Starke Inn to Bradford County Florida July ) ,,4
at the ,
assistant to the general man- Charles A. Darby f;. IV130L2 IN ADDmON TO THE STAMPS YOU RECEIVE WITH YOUR PURCHASE.B > .
of the new Holiday Inn Clerk ,, ,
ager ; c s0'
under construction at Hammond .lt'o. 7/20 I \\ ,.* Good Through The W...fcend !"' ( d B-> Js NME_VOID AfTEb 7-2667 *."-Eels.rr rs-\.

La. DOCKET NC't676TP: Quantity' Rights. Rtsarved J> '1UUWOOD .
Mr. Alvarez started hta train- FLORIDA PUBLIC SH.RVICB. A .IOW....... :. j
Ing In September 1968 and received COMMISSION
extensive training In ..... 1 -i
of the food
and lodgntr industry under and, :- :
the supervision of Mr Coats. ALL OTHER INTERESTED! 11161EESTYNE
He is the son of Mr. and. NOTICE Is hereby given that BRIQUETTES l't
Mrs. L. B. [Red! Alvarez of the Florida Pobllo Service Commission L2.-T: is 0. IK I
Starke is 25 years old. a grad- a Commission. Member 1 PEACHES :: I
appointed by said Commission t 1. visitAN
uate of Bradford High School, or an. examiner. dealvnated by 1IBA9 79 f
and served eight years In 'the said Commission. will, hold a 120 S AYE 00 __
publlo hearing conuneivlna7 at a
National Guard before Joiningthe 1
10:00: A.M., Tuesday. August 1. i -'" "
Mississippi Management 1987.: In. the Circuit'Court RoomIn .
group. Mr. Alvarez is the first the 8uwanae Coitntr-; CourtHouse LIMIT OF YOUR CHOICE WITH $5.00 OR MORE ORDER CHASE & SANBORN FOOD FAIR 11
to successfully complete the Live Oak; Florida: YOUR CHOICE! SAVE UP TO 20 .

training program at the DOCKET the application)leo..ek7SA'POn ( .North

Starke Inn. Florida an adjustment Telephone in'Companyfor ,the general ; :
The Inn at Hammond, is i9c9c0Q
'schedule of rates and INSTANT cOFFEE
owned by Mississippi Manage- charges for exchange; telephone ;
ment Inc. the same group that service furnished by
owns and operates the Inns at said Company Its Alachua
Branfprd Brooker. Callahan ,
Starke. Lake City and Jen- Cltra, Crescent ,City., ,Fort > ''IN TEXDETERGENTS

nings Merldan Fla Miss? and Vlckburg and White Htlllard Hastings Ihterlaohen., tllgh'Sprlngn' Jasper. YOUR CHOCEI! SAVE UP TO 27'* LiMIT OF YOUR CHOICE WITH $5.00, OR MORE ORDER. :-;:; : BOlD -

Jennings. Lake Butler. Live
Mr Alvarez will assume his Oak tmravllle. Mayo.' Mclntoah. CIANT GIANT
duties at Hammond on August .'' Melrose,' Orange.Springs.
1. Waldo. Wellborn. and White BOX !!oX 3SAVE
Springs exchanges-,, .together ii :.

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NOTICE ,Dinner win bet, -served- on

Deal Chapter 168 held the 1 the'grounds at 1:30.:: 8rvic ORN OIL.1L 59
I, : !
regular: monthly meeting will terminate, 3:00 p. m.: LO!

Monday night July 17. Meetings The youth, of hettllehelFree m "!)
will not be held In Aug- Will Baptist Church wUI I

us}. The next meeting wU) 'do jobs such; as cleanin

be held Sept. 7, at 8 p m.'In! yards,. washing-. windows, and al (G -' I 'f -
the Masonic Halt.' other Job to obtain ,money to t. 3 = 1 ,

Rev Damon Dell W. P. Is : beautify,, !role! church. Mone ..,.: DAILY-FRESH .... i -
In Bradford County Hospital. goes 'to /the church and not lWU'ENDER. FRESH GROUND DAILY .

All members and Mends are 10.t.heo.. tndi vIdua3a.. :For infer. '; : U.S CHOICE
Invited to visit him and tend matron; contact Deacon : : 'BAKERY ., OU D BEEF 1

m* get well cards.Remember Prince on Old, Lawtey Road _

: Mr. Kelaon.w or call p&4- 136 ). ........... MEAT F 5ALE'KEY
.r'I BE
Ghent a citizen of Stark,.
Visitors, are.>.always. welcome I
and Bradford Couny is In Qjh/ .
,//to worship with ua. Ware liME ..--- -
the hospital. Mr. Ghent'sut.ered making:o\pr ,
a stroke last week at beautiful, place of'worshipWe ; I
his home. ; 4 I. U.s. CHOICE BEEFCHUCK
are<< painting1 and putts BIES8.fntt.59 .d -
Remember Mrs. JuliaAl- In new pew. ,and ,floor car'- ; c < If
bert with Get Well )II -1' J. 'to
your \
pets.,Mrs,. OUdors Blare, one of ; LEAN MUtT ,
thoughts, who is In the hospital. faithful members is lithe .t '\ I ;
e our ::. ill I' SPARERIBS..49C>
Medical "Center:,In' Gain- v I (58
FUNERAL NOTICE Remember'her "'wttlyour I l 0 "
Clarence RElierson 01 ."... : "LUIIROSE .IMPORTED ..lIt..I.I. ; ,,,i* [8- '
card and visitations.\ IG OF 6. SAYE 44 rlJl.",* :: t
9(7( W ITith Street died Saturday'at 1 ; 162/ie 59 .....
b Antioch :Baptist Church COOKEDf MA ID.N.S.. .. ....... 'r'' .
the Medical Center. .. ww-...... .
He was born in, Starke and L.day W School: Thomas wflTbe Pastor.held Sun at I MAC !lOO N f DHICIOOS SMOKED U.S. CHOICE BEEF ... 'jlth.f 'S"M 1 4 I 4\\'I 0 it #r { t .

lived past several in Jacksonville years He for wee the a at 10:00:11:00: a. a m.m.:.Morningservici Even4nIf'aerv- .( BACOItNN.e..I..W........,'1..49JSLAB RIB OR ROUND aBU
member of New Hope .
M Ice at 7:00: p.m.wth: lacy. L. PK > r i
i \
W. Thomas .will'deliver, the i# ) 8 f fL' aDANISH
Survivors Include life.,. I CAKES CALVES 'LIVER !v.69* Ii \
Mrs. Ella ZHlerson. son. Willie messages. ......................... STEAA i It
GrettteT' Allen. AMI
Chapel- "'" \ f 1
Morris Ellerson. daughter-in- .1- '' l 9Y FAil DI.ICHEBCANNED ...
Church Rev. L. A. Sampson
law Mrs. Evelyn Ellerson The and congregation =:: //49C
two grandsons brother ,iWll Pastor. will{pastor render ervto BISCUITS. ... : '
lie J Ellerson. Tampa. and SARA lEE FROZE! ASSORTED _
sister, Mrs. Pauline' Jefferson, at Hampton: )',Friday!: night 1..t l '

city other reatlves, and I 8:00 asked p.. to m.please All members accompany an: FRESH GREEN CABBAGE LB. 6

friends.fPuneraJ held the pastor there. All member SAUSAGE:.:..-:49t SAUSAGE t1is 49*

services were will meet at the church at ..

Wednesday' July 13. at 7:00: p. m to form, a motorcade '- < '1IAISTONi'S11G.OICAlIfOINIA/ y .. {,.un..SARTI>; aHA
Greater Allen Chapel AME PASTRV Ifr" '
to tot1. -J. &
Church with Rev L. A. Ham oo111yH1 I begli COTTAGE CQEESE:N.an.su.ee.tee....A9C 29.
Sunday.Sc RED PLU 1-
Sampson officially. Ctatet .. ...
charge oi at 10:00: a.' m. with Mrs. F. CIIENOEU r,,"",

'end funeral Baker in B. Delestre in charge MornIng I t.lnleo ) Sg SIn- ; 41 CUBE STEAKS so.eM'(vmowcVfinl $.. ..rev?(- 1, : l
service will begin at BEEF ;;
CHURCH NEWS lot ..... ....... jisi\
the .
11:00: a. m. JunIor:
Mt. Mortals Methodist choir In charge.. Morning. .& f UA9EO nOUNDH HAIUUT. WHITING PUCE "CI i Uila. >;
Church Rev 1. P. Hudson i /"_""-'- i
service will begin at ii:0: < .99t '
Services will begin FISH HllEISLBJUBi irn.... !!.. /
Pastor with the Junior Choir serving s..tnORnOZlRPllcu.aruD. .. -.... \
with Church School at .9:4B asked to .. .
All das ,leaders .are .
with Rev. Mrs. Essie Holland. reports at' SHRIMP .2 : $1.59 Jb 4' \
please give their '
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Miss Frankle Lee Jackson .. _lmnl l'lliliii "
3:00: ,po m. The evening service f .f-'
.. =
itctoarg .
and Miss Carolyn Taylor 4 )
Zior dI
will be held at Mt. -- t41"eshJANTALOUPES .
*. Morning service. at Lawtey. Rev McKhtght, pas ; ( ,- ;r.."
.. .
at 11:00: a. m Evening eer- tor. The pastor, and congregation JUMBO SIZE LUSCIOUS 1.1ttll! ... a >... ., ;'.f'
-vlce at 4200 p. m. All members 'charge ol .. ,
will be In "r: "
and friends are Invitedto service Choir N. 1 will le'1'Ve.The' QJI ,
attend these services.. Missionary Union wll' 3. fOn 1'$1 !

Bethlehem Free Will Bap- be held at Lake' Butler In St. .C' V J

1&; Church. Rev Louis Mc- James AME church-* Rev :.1///1/N.' -" i r '

Kay. Pastor. Schedule for the Levy Lennon Pastor at 11:00: (( $ ;:1: r ,
week:: Monday night Choir a.: m. All members are asked .At. tbk ,e.. ., ( Jo, ,
Ushers Board. No. _ _ 1. .
.No. 3 and activ
to cooperate: with: this i _._
'3 will rehearse at 7:30.: Tuesday ity. /[ CT. 9-IN WHITZ =m/"L.lllll:!:/ lllllIM! IIUn : I.r-- l' -

night Choir No. 2 re ( PLATES 3ft.J 'I j -JPJ.Wl: : t
4 hearsal. p. m.. Wednesday .....1M..e..... I7a1a' wrt>* iP1vJte1a.uJ'. .' kI 1 I ., 'I ara.rrwpeuexrsa
7 .e..arna
,::30 general Prayer meeting !
i '
night Story SODDEN
Thursday 33{
25.iCIUNI t
at !the Church. Ladles ,Circle /TOMATO JUI ..se..<....... J Ik-1 t I 61. NLIj9ia, i : 1r IININ/N. / :'i: 1T? iiris'eiJpj'Aooo pwIMIANT

and Prayer Band meeting' ORGAN .STUDIO (( : tiGHT MAT( MA I i R y..66 CJO .ass ; 1 e I aso: SPlIA : / :S I lj gCl;! COTTACriClUesaIU4J \ 8
r.M :
Friday night at the church. | f HAIR l:=::;': :':.w Ness- .i ti:= s.-mmmmm f; :==::.::.;::t6 =:
jtstEl.AaifIt..a. DEL filOMTE'. TUfJA ?.3/$1 J w -
Sunday') School 9:45: ,with Eraee.y' and '-- R:
Mrs. Rlsby Superintendent. tooparge. .- Ovgsa. 5AVr28 FAMILY SI2E'8# OFFbeout s fr.------- : .: 21 'i.r&: :i, -

Women's. ',Day lr.A.:1'.yvb, rGan "' GARDEN W'IaellUNt71M1S.41' PEAS !)- ; ":t! > C1EANS..7lf I I ,........" _._ .a_ .11: _.. ..T.." I
The annual '
will terminate Sunday 'The M ghlg..t.l. ,.a.ywty % 'C all I ;11IIUW!!!sew-weaera/'STAMPSe! .IPC BIEINSTAAIPEIINIRCIIANTSifl.rww-a.r i! % StAAM-PS

morning speaker 1 is Mrs.' E. lie V.:W. 1ttIM Av. WHITE CREAM CORM ) ,* .- +1-,Qidlrf. WtNI1N, twrJia<:rrswd/fMaK. Toe !! allm.nrt 51- ....II lID \'off,," ;tI krona.pxaw.ulallram TWIN"Ace I

T. Williams of Jacksonville: U.lR.tM,l Pt/W A7ala/.. t.r.rpINSIRui. = : czg: '", __ "': ( g -POUT.-". CHIPS..,_:II'!
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At(be 3 churcb:00 ,, p. will m. the hays youth tiiarg of*. .. VEGETjPi leeN..._:.... .1a.f1._...... jv .ifel?}:J I'',' ;> a..1 M..tla._- l> _'!/yM!: 1 =..rJ

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