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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 27, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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County Wins t Timberland SuitsA







decision favoring Bradford at the cost of the -plaintiffs, officials in the office of County Assessor Gene Long reliedon en by Judge Murphree follows v..,"::-or' ."I', ",r" I" '.F"t'"
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( Clerk Charles Darby. the market value approachor : f ," as
County in the celebrated which should mean a saving .h '. ,
dispute over timberland assessments of approximately. $5,000 to The decision amounted to a what a willing buyer would The above styled cases came '::1' ..I J .;." ,,,,'. \" .

was handed down Wed- Bradford County. major victory for Tax Asses pay a willing seller. His values on for trial together by agree- .;., ."f".
nesday night by Circuit Judge Over the two years the suits sor Gene Long, whose values averaged about $79 per ment of counsel. The Court J, "/

John A, H. Murphree more were In question the timber' were upheld, and to County acre. Plaintiffs failed to prove heard all of the witnesses and ;. clfo. '"

than six months after hearings firms paid the county approximately Judge T. A. Yawn who defended the assessments are arbitrary, has considered all of the evi i i. .",..' a ,
concluded.In $44,000 In taxes, according Long's assessments In a discriminatory, or excessive, dence. Counsel have arguedthe
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a carefully worded decision to their assessments private capacity. The Bradford as they charged.The cases orally and by written ,

ilx pages long Judge prior to 1965 when Assessor attorney faced five at. suits originated In 1965 *' memoranda. Upon confederation -

Murphree confirmed the 1065 Long went to 100 per cent 'torneys from the timber' firmsIn when the timber assessmentswent the Court finds as

assessments of Tax Assessor values.It four days of hearings before from about $15 per acre follows:

Gene Long on the lands of five has left the county $128.- Judge Murphree from (ItO $79. The timber firms pro 1. For several years before
timber firms Container 000 short of anticipated revenue Jan. 1619. tested the new values to the 1803 ,plaintiffs' lands were

Corp. of America, Owens-Illi whirl would have been Plaintiffs took three daysto Bradford Board of Equalization grossly underassessed. But for 1, ', lI lIf

nois Inc., Oilman Paper Co., divided between the School rest their case while going but the complaints were the tax year 1963, Mr Long ;

Rayonler Inc., and Nelson R. Board and County Commission. through a list of 26 witnesses. not allowed. the Tax Assessor, made a '.
Blocker. Neither board has been Judge Yawn took one day and Judge Murphree'a decision bona fide effort to correct this ,

Injunctions Issued In 1965 able to prepare a realistic bud called two witnesses, Assessor reached Starke about 8 p.m. condition by raising assess s f
prohibiting Tax Collector J. get because of non-payment of Uong and Timber Consulant Wednesday by way of Attorney ments on all timber lands and

R. Kelly from selling the Lands the funds John Hudson. Hollls Knight who other property throughout the

of the timber' companies at "It's the first time I've The timber firms argued .brought the decision to Clerk county. Plaintiffs' assessments -

auction for failure to pay thought about money with a that timberland should toe as- Charles Darby at the request were raised from an .

taxes as assessed by the smile on my face since before sessed by the capitalization of of Judge Murphree.The average of about $1500 an ,,;, "' ,
county were also dissolved. the Legislature met this session net income method. Under Circuit Court decision acre to about $79.00 an acre. ", \' a
The suits brought by ," School Supt. Tom Casey (that method they argued their They duly protested their assessments ; ,M: .f
In. the is to appeal. before the County
case
open .
in assessments should '
the five timber firms were said Wednesday night a average t .
gathering. of jubilant county around :$20; per acre. The complete. opinion writ. (Continued on Page Three! .
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TELEGRAPH Just a glance at Tax Assessor Gene Long will tell how Bradford County came
BRADFORD
out In the decision. Judge John A. IL Murphree handed down In suits brought by live

timber firm. protecting' the county's assessment. of tlmberbmd. I

The decision. carne Wednesday night six months after hearing. concluded last

Jan. 20.Steep.
Official County Publication Established In 1879
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VOLUME EIGHTY-NINE STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1961 NUMBER FIVE

Electric


School Budget ,r


Hearing At 7 p.mA


f pubUo hearing. required Rates Purchase

under Florida law the
1'f+, ,1' d' Sa School Roiird'it proponed on

budget/ totaling/ $1,590,052)
..1 Cr. -. for fluent 1067-08 In. set tonight

(Thursday) at 7' p.m.

In the Bradford. (CountyCourthoime. Other ServicesPower


Three members. of the

School Boordt( ) VloeOhalr-i

man Rodney Hull, Arthur
Ilolllday, and Seclter Goodman Electric rates In the City of Starke are high but

r tir.i. met with Supt. Tom Cut are made necessary because of services rendered and

Casey Wednesday afternoonto expected by the people but for which no revenue is returned -

go 'over the proponed a top city employee contends."If .

.pending bill and to make Bv Accident we had a garbage and trash collection fee. we

way limt minute change could possibly lower electric rates" Utility Superintendent
None WWI made however,
when Supt Casey told them An accidental plant shutdown Oscar Davis thinks. That, service has been costingover .

tho- new budget doe,."not caused.by.ma inexperienced $44,000 per year ''with nothing coming back"to the

have. a single loom penny.Except operator was k. for teacher' salaries :for Starke'a complete 80-mln-
t<,s44 $ tttlar : ute failure making a concerted effort to cut costs.
which are now below power Tuesday "Go' many people feel like

New Voc School Halt most surrounding counties. night, according to Power they are CompletedWork according to Supt. Casey, Plant Supt. George Graudon. trash pick-up," Davis year When period the another 1953 $2,0 garbage<10.

the spending bill Is. "bare It has not been determined says, "but they are not doing truck finally wore out Supt.
l Is proceeding, ; at breakneck speed on the new ;Bradford-Union Vocational. boned" The Hoard memberswere exactly what. made four of the so directly only through utility Davis attempted to turn the

Technical Training Center on the old Conway Airport. It 1 III now considered 50 percent concerned shout plant's engines "to go off the revenues." Of a total City necessary purchase of a new
shortage of funds for secretarial board" (quilt producing current
complete by Architect Don Morgan. budget of around $8:>0,000 over truck, costing $11,000, Into an
help, mainteminceworkers ). Nothing was wrong
Brown Construction Co. of Clnlnenvlllo .Is doing a "fine job" putting the $.170OOO ,- two-thirds comes from theutility economy measure.He .
the Janitorial .stuff with the big turbines, Grau- system, for which reve- ,
) structure up, Morgan says. Completion deadline Is Nov. 1 but Brown In shooting. and cafeteria. workers. and don said, ,but It took time for nue for the current fiscal yearis get a presented truck large his enough plan to to

for u September date no the building ran be ready when school open. supplies. and maintenanceof the plant to be started up estimated at $579,000.: cover half the town in one day
school building Ill IS again since one engine at a Utility revenue Includes
to the City Council and gotit
Principle Jim Temple also. time has to be started and that from the electric system approved. This way, Davis

For was limiting for funds for synchronized with those already gas, water, sewer service figured garbage service could:
Man County Power PlantOperating for ueadcuslodepartment running, and the auxilIary -
Charged supplements charges, a 10 per cent utility be cut to two days per weekon
headx.. system to each one cut '
tax, service) deposits, and tap- residential areas thereby'

Supt. Casey, however in. on fees. cutting the number of vehicles

With Violently Confusion Now stuck to his. position. that Some circuits were without No revenue however, comes from four to' three and eliminating -
ReignsOn there III not a. penny to current only 15 minutes and from such conveniences and one garbage truck and

.spare anywhere.. Both he the longest lights were off in necessities as street lights crew. The move should save

Arrest At Near PeakDemand and> the Hrtiool Board memo any section of town was 27 police protection, fire protec- the city 36,000 to $7,000 per
Resisting bers backed. off from cutting minutes, Graudon saId. tion, etc.Hidden. year, Davis says.
New teacher la1oI'1'I..8."T.hat's The employee on duty Tues- services such as the "It's been running better

A BudgetThe the loot place I'd day night on the 4-12 shift/ garbage and trash service also than $40,000; now It'll be
23-year-old Saver Lake on the municipal drop funds," Hoard Member had been, on the job only seven are financed from the utility dawn to around $36,000 but
resident Whitney Beale Read power plant is at an ell-time weeks, Graudon said. It was Davis calls this service "
system.
Hull said. "I don't that's still a lot of money,
III, was bound over to Circuit outlook now is that the County Commissionwill peak now, according to Jtll- Rodney want child attending" his first night on duty alone. a hidden expense since many the superintendent says.
my
arrest Court Wednesday for resisting adopt a budget and set the 1967-68 tax millage at its ity Department Supt. Oscar school with .a second rate An experienced, power plant people think they are payingfor He admits things will be "a

with violence, a felony. regular meeting in September according to Clerk of the Davis.We at teacher. and that's all we're employee, Ira Allen, arrived at It directly. little difficult until people get

Read pleaded not guilty to Court Charles A. Darby.The are operating row going to get with lower two about peak capacity;
charges, voluntary Intoxication just Four] and trash
Continued( on Page four garbage pickups a week instead of
clerk said It has been pay.
and destroying county passed. by state law when the Davis said this week, "and .. vehicles last year cost the city three."
for him to make -- --- --
property both misdemeanors impossible 100 cent valuation statute we are having having some and fuel for
per $37,519. Repairs Davis' has also
Those (two cases were placedon up a firm budget because ofTall.aha.nee of went Into effect a couple of anxious times, as when severe the equipment cost another department records In
conflicting information out begun keeping
the County Court trial lighting storms gave us
years ago. $4,912, and the cost of equip- where
flrd
other to out
areas
concerning reve-
docket by Judge T. A. Yawn. The miltage increase possible trouble the latter part of last rkwM ment depreciated over a 10-
Action the nue cuts to counties as a result every dollar goes. Revenue
on resisting arrest week.
under law would be only .6678
of legislation passed at from sewer service charges,
charge was taken In a pre- (little more than half a mill) All five big engines at the v Instance eslmated at
the recent 90-day session for are
liminary hearing 'before Judge and would raise about $23,000: power plant now are being And June but fig-
In this
Yawn In which five witnesses "I can call three offices May $23,743 year, no
different on the county's new assess run continuously, Power available. the cost
Tallahassee and get three ures are on
were heard Including the arresting ment roll. This would be only Plant Supt. George Oraudon .. Bring Rainfall of that service.
answers on any given providing
officer, Deputy Sheriff ,
half of the expected $50.000 t
Continued On Page Four] subject," Darby said in pointing $23,000: says. Up To NormalIn No records are available,
,
shortage leaving some
out the confusion in interpreting "Last week we went right either, on the cost of runningand
much of the new to be cut by trimming fatIf up to 4,000 KW" Oraudon spite of a dry March and maintaining water lines in

F.AJ3.A. legislation.It any can be found.from the aays. Peak capacity for the AL April, which almost reached the city. But the Utility Department -
trouble arises
is expected that losses In The five engines Is 4.250 KW, or drought proportions above la for the first timekeeping
WOMEN'S fact that the 1967 Legislature,
at least three areas gaso- a. O KW per engine. normal rainfall in February these records. A chartIs

SLOW PITCH line tax 'Inventory tax, and while cutting county revenue failed The plant also has a 720 1 (May, and June has broughtthe made of each service added
in several categories, :
SoftballTournament personal' property tax will to due to Oov. Kirk'sthreatened KW Fairbanks engine which average for the year to plus the material and time It
cost the county around $50- pass actual vetoes bums diesel oil which, If run date (through July 25)) to a took to install the service.

000. Another $40,000 to $50- new or taxes that would continuously, could put out total of 4271 inches one Employees In the difl .ent

Tues.,. Aug. 1 000 loss In race track funds have any provided additional revenue 600 KW It Is only' used to Inch above the 50-year aver- departments now keep timecards

ThroughSat. was averted by a last :minute to be used by counties for peak loads however, since It gjgy : age for the same, period. so then Utility Department -

., Aug. 5 legislative fluke when time ad valorem tax relief. Is expensive to operate. Average rainfall. by monthsfor can.determine how many
ran out on the extended: session with the In each depart
hours are put
1907. as compared
for the
West Side Park With less revenue coming Peak capacity
before House and Senate Outdoor Education Lab follows The .sewer water, aid
la : ment.
but 50-year average as ;
asked KW
In Starke In, and budget Increases plant, then Is 5,720
could get together on dittel'ent 1967 :SO-Yr. street crews work togetherand
It maintained only
by several county agencies that could be
Three Tuesday versions of how much the toaepara.te
games 4.87 4.33 it has been Impossible
Is. obvious that millage will lMi-2 hours per day \Vork on the first phase of the Outdoor Education Laboratory January
Wednesday Thursday.Two small counties! should be cut. 8.00 5.83 the costs of each.
(February
"If the race track cut had have to be raised, or services Oraudon says. The plant'scontinuous on the old Conway Airport at Bradford High School nun 3.07
Friday and March 1.67 have also recom-
Engineers
games reduced of Including
or perhaps some capacity
gone through, we'd really be been completed after two years under the supervision of BIIfa.t'ulty 1.19 4.63
and o
Saturday. both. Fairbanks la April mended, are expected
small ,
In the ," Darby said, the above. at the entrance.
soup member Bill Shiner shown 2.72
(May 5.72 do so a.galJIn the annual report *
Games start 7 P.M. One glimmer of hope for a 4.350 KW.
"with around 100,000 to make bit of Increased revenue Ie held The lab now contests. .. of two marked trails totaling one June: 13.40 10.30 due shortly, that water
Adults 50c reached
When the plant
tip with local funds, or else" out to the counties by the new week mile In length with shrub' and trees marked. Edge of the July rainfall, through Tuesday tap-on fees be Increases to
last
Children 12 25c that amount. 4,000 KW output
over cut services by .
Sentiment on the Board of safety law requiring aU motor the fifth engine was running, Field Trail Is 1-4 miles long and the Woodland Trail Is .-. totaled 7.80 inches. The $73: an amount sufficient. to
'vehicles to' undergo Inspection 00 year average for the monthof cover the city's cost of tav,
This Contributed County Commissioners at rec- leaving only the small Fairbanks miles.
Space Inches which stallatlon. The charge now Is
10.87 ,
Is
twice at a cost of 11.79 July
a
year
ent meetings has seemed to In reserve. If demandever Future work Include another trail about 3-4 mile. long
Publicize
Weekly to inspection. might be reached before the $31 for running a water capon -
per
Community Events by favor a "hold the line" policyon The law allows the counties passes 4,250 KW the and two panda which will be dug out to total an acre. One month is up, 11 dally rains Supt. Davis says, but the
tax millage, and several Fairbanks would have to run
will be stocked
with fish. continue. meter itself costs The themselves first refusal for the privilege reserve -
CommunityState members have expressed continuously, leaving no
Shiner la this week to work on The of 1967 has without counting other materiel -
as opposed to any raise. of setting up their own Inspection in emergencies. leaving Bradford County summer .
Bank Even If an Increase should services, rather than allow This could very easily happen his. doctorate In Outdoor Recreation at Syracuse UniversityIn //been unusually wet and cool or labor.

Accounts now Insured be decided upon as a last desperate it to be done by private Supt. Oraudon says, New York' Next term Pat Dunlap biology Instructor at according to' the Jacksonville Supt. Davis thinks the Utility -
firms. Of the 11.75 fee, the weather bureau. This is attrib- Department can be of
effort to make ends September and further
school in
to $15,000 by when starts RolE High School has taken over the maintenance
up shift 11the great service la these
counties must remit 23: centsto uted to a jet keeping
meet the board boost weather
Federal Deposit Insurance can only end the development of the lab. Mrs. Laurie Mullins, Soathnlde kind records that eventually
air currents so
millage by ten per cent of Its the state, and keep 1.50: stays as hot as it usually Is stream .- passing
Corp. last year 6.678 levy. This cell- for themselves Thus, each car In the peak months of July ergarten earlier, will plan the program for the lab. It will be over the continent at a high every dollar spent can be

used by both elementary school students. tttltude. tracked down. _...
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TWA nninronn COTTNTY TF.1.F.r.n.\pn. !STAIWE, FLORID Tut'RSO.\v, .IITI.Y 2'7' l'HJ7!]
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I II Roy Turner has returned Wayne McLeod will attend, I father the bride wore a flooi ''Miss Judy McRaeIs
I home after a month in the orientation at the University' length gown of white satin.
(\hospital and nursing home In of Georgia in Athens, Ga. over The bodice was fashioned witha ComplimentedAt

'Valdosta', Ga. the weekend. tY penrl.stulddE'd lace neckline LuncheonMiss
Thoso from out-of-town attending Mr. and 'Mrs.' Leonard r bell-sbr4ped
i .,..' : : and skirt with ap-
the funeral of John. Moore have had as visitors, i tar pllque ofi. medallion! and seed Judy McRae, bride.

H Wells Jr. Sunday afternoonwere Miss Winifred Cottle and j pearls. The chapel train was lest of August 26, was com
GLADYS MOOTY Mrs, John H. Wells Sr., ,Mrs. 'Myrtle Sasser of Wood- accented with a bow at (hf plimented. with a delightful
Phone 964-7608 :Sirs. Mary Colson, Mrs. Qernad bine, Ga. on Sunday and Terry' waistline Her veil of Illusion unchenn Saturday at the

tte Pitman and Miss BettyJo Sue Moore of Gainesville on I I was attached'/.o\' a/ pearl crown. ; Garden Restaurant given by
Bo J Ifoid of Pensacola; Edward Monday and Tuesday. ; lf bp carried bouquet of pure Mrs. Kenneth Grader and Mriierhert .
Mi and Mrs.. Leon Ellis (Mr. and Mrs. George For- Wells and son, John, of Final Siuimirr! Clearance White orchids, feathered carnations Thomas.The .
have moved from the H L tunas and children of Apala- Thomlaton, Ga.; Thomas Wells thin Thnra., Fri mid Silt.enxoH and tilies-()f-the-valley white linen covered

Brownlee home on Cherry chlrola were visiting/ her par- and family of Alexandria La.; Dr $3, $.1, $7 und up at : against a background\ of tulle j unchcon table was centered

street to 316 St. Clair! strcot. ents Rev. and Mrs R. E. Mac- E. P. Ritter of Hamlet, N. C.; Leilu Dress. Fhop| and IVy. Her only ornament 1 : ,.Pith an arrangement of day
:Mrs. Odessa Mitchell has Blain, last week and also visited Mr. and Mrs T. F. Hutto and M/Sgt.\ and Mrs L. J was a pearl pendant. and
;moved from St. Clair street to points of Interest around Mr. and Mrs. Wayne ai'- i'' I 1r ,llles, yellow roses greenery. -
family, Richardson and children of theAll' Mis.\ Edwards chose for herdaughter's ryr+iit Bridal place cards marked
the Brownlee home at. 009 N. St. Augustine and Daytona'Beach Kinney, Mr. and Mrs. Brad Force Base in Vandenbuig.Calif ( a sleeve the seating arrangement for

Cherry St. while here. I j Locke Mr. and (Mrs. Franky spent the past week less mint green! sheath crepedrcBS the seven guests who includedMrs
Mrs. R. V. Turner and :Mr. and :Mrs. O. JR. Alvarez !Hutto of Jacksonville; Mrs with her mother Mrs. M W with arcp i neckline and Julian McRae and Mrs.

daughters and Mrs. Alice) Anderson Jr. visited Rev. Roman Alvarez !Avalee Cozie, Mrs. Janet Lance. Joining/ the family over ?. -. d short train in uck. With this .usbell McRae, mother and
will spend Thursday 'to In the Whltfteld Memorial Green, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- the weekend, were Mrs. B, R I she wore a yellow sweetheartrose : lit rt il ',',it'sSa grandmother: of the honoree I

(Sunday In Miami where they Hospital In Demopolia, Ala. on ward Wells: of Jacksonville Quinn of Inverness, Mrs. Billy I tar corsage. I d? al ,, Mrs G. S Brown and Mrs.
will attend the wedding of Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Beach; :Mr. and Mr a. Fred Burbank of Fernandina Beach, 1! Mrs. Lawson, mother of the ny '. '.' end Brown mother and I
E.
!Mrs Anderson's niece, Miss Alvarez was enroute to Koennecke of Frederlcksburg, Mrs. R. M. Carswell and Boy- f I'I groom, wore a dusty rose r ,' ." 1rr;! I J. of the bride I
fishery Johnston, to Bob Starke when he was Involved I Texas; Mrs. Kitty Hoppen- kin Clark of Wuycross, Ga.. dress wih crepe skirt and lace .. .. ..,,,1. I !grandmother]

Shnrkey on Saturday night. In an automobile accident. atedt and Mr. and Mrs. Carl and Charles Lance of St I, bodice with three-quarter I... !'>II ...t. t ,.)1' i: .groom-elect.The hostesses presented the
Claire Turner will attend her Joe Cooper of Lakeland was Hoppenxtedt of St. Petersburg; Simons Island and their child length sleeves. This was complemented 4 r-..ti'bti;; lI'( i '"" with a piece of her
cousin as flower girl. In the Saturday visitor of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ambrose of with a pink sweet- honoree
china pattern as a
ceiemony. :Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. C. L. Cooper. Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs ren.Mr.. and 'Mrs.\ Mark Herlongand tr I heart rose corsage. Griffis-Lee chosen of the occasion
Airs Tumor will also attend Gail Baker of South Bend George Sheppard of Gainesville family of Jacksonville I, A reception was held In. the memento

several prenuptial parties Ind. was visiting' Mr and Mrs.J. ; and Mr. and' Mrs. J. W. were visiting Mr and !Mrs. W. I church educational building'where Engagement Told

while !In Miami. T. Lawson from Saturdayto Stalling and son, Mrs Morris F. Herlong on Sunday I; i t'\1 1k potted ferns and blue Marcia WhittleIs

Mr\ and Mrs. Alien Hill and Tuesday. Stalling and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs Marc Jacksonand I'and white floral arrangements Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gail' Its
.
children of Florence, S. C. Miss Betty Jo Warren Is Miss Diana Starling of Gra- !Mr. and 'Mrs.\ }f. E. Smith 4 2 'were used in decorating. The of Thcrrsaa announce the engagement EngagedMr.

were weekend visitors of their visiting her uncle and aunt of Williston spent the weekend I bride's, table was centered, witha and approaching. ,
cousins Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Sera- ham.Mrs.. W. M. Wimberly returned at Spring Lake. 1 1I. three-tiered wedding cake marriage of their dau,;liltfr, and Mrs. L. D. Whlttlo
Hamilton fin, in Cranfoid. N. J. for Sunday from month's Bill Jordan left Monday for( topped by a miniature bride Marcia\ Lynn, to( Jesse J a LoJ'I I announce: Ute engagement and
two weeks. visit with her son-in-law and service In the National Guardat I 1I and groom and decorated with Lee, son of Mr. And :Mra.: KV. approaching marriage of their

Find Summer f'lfiiruncc daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Fort Bragg, N. C. r I light blue florets This was \ Leo of O'Brien Daughter, Marcia\ ,to Larry
thin. Thur. .'1'1. and Nut Schneider, In Concord, Calif. Mr. and Mrs Harry Pickup balanced, by three-branch The brUle-clctt Is a 1064 Wayne Robinson, son of Mr.

SEE IlJrf'S, $a, 97 and up at :Mr.: and Mrs. Johnny John- of Tampa were Monday overnight Y sliver candelabra. graduate of Bradford High i And Mrs. William Robinson, of
...... Shop. ion and Mr. and Mrs. Jim guests of Mrs Vergie Mrs. Shi Smith greeted school and IH employed by the I Bradford, Pa
'Brummctt spent the weekendn Florida Bank at StaikeMi I The bride-elect it a 1901aduate
Mrs. John E. Green of Flynn guests' at the door ait the re-
"HINEIGHBOR" Jacksonville and Randy and Panama City with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Voor- ception, and standing In ,the '. Lee Is a 1060 graduate ',- of Bradford High
Johnny Greene of Tallahasseewere Mrs. James Brummett Sr. hees of Jupiter were weekend receiving line were the bride of Suwnnnee County High: School l; attended Ring-ling
Saturday visitors of Mr\ Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper guests of Mr and Mrs. Fred and groom, their parents, and School In Live Oak nnd U ,employed School of Alt lu parasota; the
md family of Cocoa were the Coca-Cqla Bottling S Johns River, Junior College
and Mrs. John Croone.. Craudon the bridal attendants. by (
W /isltlng (Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mr and ':Mrs. Marvin Johnsof Barbara Sue Edwards Becomes Bride Of I Co, In. Gainesville and preaanly attending
Mr.: ,and Mrs George Mrs Buddy Patton. and Mrs.
over the weekend. The and Mrs: Irene I. The wedding will be an the American Hairstyling
cooper Jacksonville
Lawson In Church cit
with Brown were visiting Mr. and James E. CeremonyThe Lou Chaff the btlde's. cake
Mrs.: James 11':. Oden In Man !two! couples along with Sgt. Johns of Green Cove Springs and assisting In serving were .event, of October 6 uta p.m. Academy l in Jacksonville,
i I and Mrs. Robert Carper and visitor' of Mr Church at Mr Robinson, served four
Jim Watson darin on, Friday were Sunday Madison Street Baptist were a royal blur latin floor Mrs Elaine Smith Mrs. Betty In Hope Baptist
firs Harold Branham and and :Mrs L. D. Green. Church was the settling for the I I, length gown with matching ,Edwards, and 1-lra. Shi Smith Theresaa, with a reception following years In the U.S. Navy and
Albert Lee Sr.
And On 'I Crosby re 'amillcs. visited the Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Dyal of marriage of !Miss Barbara Sue lace train attached, to a bow Is employed at John Delhi
turned to. St. Vincent's Hospital A of fern
garland': Interspersed -
Mile Zoo on Saturday. Delray Beach were visiting Edwards, daughter of Mr. and an the waist line In the back. All friends and relatives of Chevrolet in Jacksonville.
August 1 1967 on Sunday for furthe' :Mr. and ;Mrs David Coats Mrs. T. D. Dyal last week. Mrs.- Robert E. Edwards to 'Her nose length veil was secured with pompoms( was placed the couple are Invited to at The wedding and reception
Observation and treatment. returned last Wednesday of Lake around the pun/eh/ bowl' where ,
Sunday
Dukes
., and family Mrs. W. M. James Elton Lawson, eon of to a crown and tend. will take place on
Mr. and Mrs. Milton, Hartzell from a week's visit is visiting Mr. and Mrs.E. Miss Annette Thomas Mrs. Aug. 27 at 3 pm. in the
Hear Special Guest City Mr. and Mrs. W. E, Lawson. she carried a nosegay
I of Daytona Beach 'were with relatives In Meridian, C. Dukes and Mr. and Mis. Rev Felder Rowan performedthe of white carnations backed :Bobby Crawford, Mrs Bill Starke Woman's Club
visiting her parents. Dr and Miss.
Curtis Edwards July with light blue .tulle and
nuptials on Friday graduated from Bradford High
George Huggins Mrs. F. E. Bellinger on Sum Final Hummer (Clearance Mrs. D. W. Whlffen ami eon Musgrove presided.
blue satin atl'eamel'a.1IIslles
,day. tliln Tluirx. Fri. and Hat. several days recently 14 at 8 p.m. light Mrs Wayne Harper kept School.! Mrs. Lawson Is nowworking NOIt I.\'I FAMILY
,
spent The altar highlighted
was at Prudential Insurance PLANS REUNION
Bradford CountyAgricultural (Mr. and :lira Gailand Hultt Dresses 1X3! $J, 17 and up at with her sister, Miss\ Chrlsta' with two pedestal baskets of Marie Gasklns and tho bilde's book. Co. in. Jacksonville. The

Agent i'of Con.Wed, N. C. and Mrs' Lrlla's Dress! Shop. Joellenbeck, in Miami white gladioli, mums and Robin Rose served as bridesmaids The couple left on a wed- attended St. Johns All relatives and friends of

i Boyce Hol'ar: of Clermont, N : Mrs. Norman Rigdon and !Mrs M. F. Brown returned pompoms against a back- In gowns( and headpieces ding trip to Daytona Beach groom River Junior College for two the late Samuel J. and Emma

w 6:45 A.M.on C. 'were la-'it Thursday visitorsof children: bf Man'darln' spent the Monday\ after two weeks in ground of ferns, fern trees and I Identical to the honor attend- after which they are residingat and Is now attending Carter Norman., will hold their
Mrs. J. H. Fields. weekend with her parents, Mr. St. Vincent's Hospital where branched candelabra with : ant's, except in baby blue. 2338 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville Massey years Business College, annual reunion on, Sunday,
and Mrs. George W. Brown. she underwent !eye surgery. They' also carried nosegays of Tho bride chose for Strickland's Land-
:Mrs W. A. Hogan is visitingMr. burning: tapers. I studying IBM and accounting. Aug. 13, at
The Browne also( had as Sun- She has as visitors her bro- white carnations ''backed by traveling a white flitted sheath A bas-
I'I' and Mrs. W. A. Hogar Mrs Levy Ganova played Ing on Kingsley Lake.
POWERFULCHANNEL Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Tom clay guests,. Mr. and Mrs. ther-in-law' and sister, Col.! nuptial music as the guests medium blue tulle and satin with a brown dotted Swiss ket lunch will be served at

Ray and family In Pensacola Larry Stoner and Mr. and and Mrs.\ J. W. McNeor\. of gathered. and accompanied Dr. streamers. jacket. A OJjssified Ad In the TELE- noon.We're .
,. 12 I 1 and her Tnmther, Mrs W. E "Mrs Tom Stoner of Ocala. New Port Rlchy. John Harris, soloist who sang Given In marriage by her The bride and groom both (.RAP" "rln. rp.utf.,

King, in Oxford, Misa. for twcweeks. Mrs. Neater Petcher of and :Mrs. Carl Edwards "Dearly Beloved" "Because,"
WFGATVJACKSONVILLE Jacksonville wa visiting her f land family of Columbus, Ga. and "The Lord's Prayer."

Dave Paul Wft In Gadsden slater, Mrs. Margie Underhill i are visiting Mr. and Mrs. William E.: Lawson Jr. served -

Ala over the weekend_ to attend and Mr. and Mrs Dave Paulk Curtis Edwards: this week. as best man and the ushers

... the ,funeral of a cousin, last week. I Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips were David A. Lawson, Ronald\
.. 'Mrs. Pearl Anderson 'Mrs C. A Bauer and daugh-' Jr. and \daughter, Cheryl Ann, Lee Norman, and Robert I'''. busting out

r.. ,ter, Beth, of Greenville, JUia. Mr and Mrs. George Flynn Sr. Edwarda.
were last Thursday overnight and Anne Haynes and Neva Mrs Corky Norman attended -

'' guests of her sister, Mrs. Alice Jane Flynn spent Sunday at as matron pf honor. She
'I
: BILL POWELL:\ -- REAL ESTATE Anderson while enroute to, St. Augustine. t
Miami to attend the John- :Mrs. Martha Jane (Wainwright with the

: r r ston-JSharkey wedding thia I ) Bailey and three Mr and airs. Lloyd Abbottof year'slowest J
TO
; Saturday night. children of Tallahassee. spent Tampa were Sunday visi-

: I Friends will regret to learn last week at Klngtlcy Lake. tors of Mrs. W, E. 1Ill leton.
I
BUY-SELL-TRADE plummer.. of Macon \ -
:Miss: Lou National
- tho death of Fred. E. Francis Jphn Adams attended a
of
t 10 In Tampa School of Nursing, Ga. Guard drill at Little
: : Jr. on July
,CALL: 9616464AFTER c 1! General Ho pital. Mrs. Francis was home for the weekend. Rock Ark. last Thursday to

- HRS will be remembered as the Mrs. Vernon Crosby and Tuesday. lIe was accompanied prices
i
: 533-2018 former Miss Pauline Priest of chlldi'en, are visiting relativesIn by his mother, Mrs. H. H.
t- Cincinnati, Ohio for two Adams who the time
yew' WRITE: P.O. BOX 1089 : Staike. I spent
j' R. E. Mathews weeks. with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs.
- ;Mr.
VISIT ; Gwen and Greg Braswell of .1. It. Mo.scley in Memphis,
.. : 401 W. MADISON ST. of Lakeland were (Monday visitors Miami were visiting their In _

.. STARKE of Mrs R. A. Newsom. uncle and aunt, Mr. and :Mrs: Tenn.Mr.
i I I Mr. and Mrs. Carl White Jr. and Mrs C. S. Haddock
two
C. R. Braswell, the past
- FARMS ACREAGE and family of Miami were have moved from their home
.
.
_... ,weekend guests of Mr. and weeks. on the Old Lawtey Roard to
- F"tate Local admittances to Bradford -
Broker
HOMES Cnitcr
COMMERCIAL
- Mr. Robbie Shaller. County Hospital this the Morris home on
Ralford Road which have
they
== .
& week Include: Mrs. Elmlney
-.. purchased. The Carters are
Smith Mrs. Faye Andrews,
renting the Leon Norman homeon

-: What should you tell Julian Ellis 'Rosier McRae, Leroy Ralph Dungan Gil pin,, home Road at 223 their until farm their on Road new cy: =

Robert Cooper, Merren\< Llzen- /
child about money? 16 la finished.
your bee, Mrs Pauline Torode, and -
w all of Sgt. and MI'!!!. Rex Anderson .
, > ,..... Mrs. Louella Struth, retired, and family of ". JL ',' ,_, .... ,. _.. Mustang Hardtop
"
-
.
l SUrke; Mrs. Ida Perry of ..". -" ... ....- --- -
w .. ,
t' -
""
- Lake Butler; Mrs. Rosa Sibley Niagara Falls, N. Y. have purchased ....... ........... .... ...... d' ..
the Haddock home -... "" "" ...._:'!!- .
on ...
,
Cernl of Keystone .. .
.. and Mrs. Molly '" .. ,.....- ---- -- [
the Old Lawtey Road and will .. '" '"
Mrs. Lucinda .. ?
- Heights; j !l
- Perry of Hampton; William move In on August 10. Mr. __U !!:::1U11S11!!!!! 'r i; ISS
.. ,
Tetatone of Brooker; Miss Anderson will bn employed at w _

-.. Cherrie Bullard of LuwtPy. ; the State Prlnson after Sept t I\ : ___. ibJJ /
.. \ ;. '
and Edward Perkins of R&i- 1. '_... ... .,
-.. ford. I.rr. and Mrs. C H. Haddock ., ;;.,.f'' .

-, !Mrs\ Grady Baggett of and son, Bruce, will attend .

-.. Jacksonville was a weekend the wedding of their niece,
guest of Mrs. Martha Moore Linda Jean Baker, to Glen '
" and daughter, Sally. Sally returned Harrcll In Jacksonville Saturday } Fad Oeku 5002 Dosr Herdic.

-. to Jacksonville with afternoon. Miss Phyllis

r ; I Mrs. Baggett for several days Haddock. will attend her cousin -I
.
. 9 tr visit. u maid of honor.
.
r IMrs. Selma Eunice of Luw- Mark Hamilton Is attending
,I tey and Julius Durant of orientation( and registration
Chlefland have been admittedto for his Junior yen at the thil- Bargain hunteu ;

.. the Starke Nursing Home. verslty of Florida on Wednesday i
-Of'' Mr. and' Mrs J. II. Moncrtef and Thursday. I

.. 0shiiu1 and Hon-ln-loiw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Patter. i
- Mr. and Mrs. R W. Underlll, son and. family of 125( W.

-.. tellyourchfid and family of Indlatlantlc Washington .Street are moving !
spent several days last week, this weekend to the Bill bust In NOW! I
- Shiner- home at 1234
... In Nassau. The Underllln returned Blandlng
.. to Klngsley Lake with Street, which they have purchased
r 4 swrxwkana-aewat.a.isa., .. the Moncriefs for a week's
!!
.. '--'V .-: visit. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith Now's your chance<: to save a whole fistful of money on the hottest YEA s. frD

- 'Mr.\ and Mrs. Joe Bakken Jr. and Family of paxton will selling pair of 2-door hardtops today. Smart, sleek Galaxies are !

- This new free booklet and famUy are vacationing arrive Sunday for several days improved at more than 150 key points to make them the strongest, _
. this week in, the Smoky 'Mountains. \ visit with their parents :Mrs.
.. has the answer! I Lucille Davis, andloll'. \ and quietest Fords ever. Luxury extras Include SelectShift manual//

- ]Mrs. Lillian Phillips of Lake ,Mrs Smith Sr. automatic, power front disc brakes, scads more. Big' savings on PRICES
The sooner your.children learn to manage money, the Mr.: and Mrs. S. M. Slmmpna
City, Mrs. T. J. Thomas of much-imitated too-still
.. better. of Richmond, Va. Were visiting Mustang America's No. 1 Fun Car by

: This new free booklet, "What You Should Tell*Your Child I Favor Valdosta of Ga.Miami, and are Mrs.visiting Emily their aunt, Mrs Bertha far. (Also tops 'em all In resale value.) Come savel) :. '

.. About Money.." offers authoritative help. Clear and down their slater Mrs. Bertha Pearce, last Wednesday to '- .......- Ourprlcesar.&ulow..edon.tdar.quota..

to earth. I Pearce, this week. Friday. r em., a<"f selection! Great trades. Hurry!
The subjects covered? Money-a fact of life.. Learning ;Alias: Jane Adams will re-

begins at home. Allowances-how much end when. How I I and Mr.son and attended Mrs. Morris a family Carter reunion turn Sunday after visiting Save now at yourFord eaer'sTerw.iI'Iega'r
Miss
to determine spending money. Pa"rt.tlme Jobs. Summer II Trudy Davis In Onan-
|: at the home of Mra.Carter's .
And much cock Va. from Monday to
Jobs. Importance of a goal for saving. more.
.parents, Mr. and Mrs.
In and free You'll find It helpful.Savingsanil I Thursday and will be a brides-
Drop pick,. up your copy. R. C. Davenport, In Bedford, maid for Miss Conde Wieder-
- -.' Va on July 15 and 18. The
I sum In New York City on Saturday
I Davenports were celebratingtheir night Motors

vixu 60th wedding anr.iver- Mr. and Mrs. R..,E.. Patterson ,

((1 Loan i' sary.Mr. and houspguesta.i. Mr, and ,
and 'Mrs.\ 3. W. Shiner Mrs. John Ring-water of Col-

: "' and .family are moving to umbus, Miss., spent last weekat.
; Syracuse: N. ,Y, today where Miami Beach and
Key
: ..- ssASSOCIATION; OF STARKE .: k Mr. Shiner will work on his West Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and Union Counties

; 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 96.&t-5000 I PhD. In Forestry at the State Patty Budd of JacksonvilleIn
208 W. Madison
St.
University College of Fores visiting her cousin, Betsy Phone 961-7200& Starke,, Fla.ACE .

try. Matthews, for ten days. .

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1'lnrn.o\v.!'; JPLY 57. 1967 BRtDFORD COUNTY TTXKORAPH. STARKB.': FI.ORml\: PAGe THREB.


Mclver-Rhoden growth rate figure at' Jl cords nearby counties were show Man
per acre as applied to their which support the conclusion: Charged
Marriage AtWainwright Bradford County lands and in of the assessor.

HomeThe support of an expense factor Taking the approach of adding With Sodomy
a of $1. 0 per acre not Including to the estimated bare I

H. C. Wainwright home taxes, and a capitalizationrate land value the estimated value A sodomy charge for carnal
of 7 per cent, in estimating of he standing timber thdefendant's e I
GLADYS MOOTY Yr was the setting for, tho mars molestation of a lO-yuar-old!
M value from Income. Both ,
witness Hudxon,
lage of Mrs. Walnwrlght's sin girl has been filed agalirit a
Phone 961.7608Shower the items of $1.60/ and 7 per gave testimony based upon his I
ter. Rebel Starling Rhoden, to Hellbronn Springs/ man, Carl
Jesse Mclvcr of Arlington, Va. M 11rMht cent appear to be reasonable, 2'/a': per cent tlmbor cruise ofplaintiffs' Stewart 40, according to the
Given ( Birthday Dinner but judging from the entire lands
In a candlelight ceremony Friday and his knowledge Bradford Sheriff's Depart
For Mrs. Brown. For H. B. StokesAt evening, July 14, at 8 u evidence in these cases there and experience aa a professional ment.
for uonest difference
was room an forester for
o'clock. !Mrs. McIver is the manyyears Stewart Is being held In the
At Pine Level Brooker daughter of Jesse Starling of of opinion by the asses In this area, that plAin- Bradford County Jail under
sor as to the productivity of tiffs' lands plus the timber
Bartow.
$10,000 bond. The girl father
Mrs. Dale Brown, a recent H. B. Stokes was the Honor The mantel was beautifully the plaintiffs' lands. thereon as c: January 1, 1965 s
jbrtde, was honored at a bridal 5. Plaintiffs'. lands were assessed signed the warrant.
guest at a dinner celebrating decorated with a had an average value of ap-
a large arrangement The offense occurred TUPS-<
Lower !(Monday night In the his 77th birthday anniversaryon for 1063 on the follow- proximately $113.00 to $120.-
[ of pink gladioli, day, July 25: at approximately.
educational building: of the Sunday. July 16, at hU ing basis: 00 an acre.
:Pine pink, mums, and fern flanked 12:30: a.m. in the home of the
Level Baptist Church.Hostesses home In Brooker. Pine and potential
) on either side by silver candleholders pane 7. The plaintiffs offered considerable girl, according to Deputyiheriff's
( were Mrs. Vernle Enjoying evidence
with pink candlej, as by experienced Glen Moore and
fThornton, Mrs. O. R. Alvarez the honor guest and Mrs. I :.*.,.''l.A. : improvised altar. I Non-pine, $30.00 an acre. and competent, witnesses Dolph Reddish who Investigated -
(Jr., Mrs. Woodrow Thomad", Stokes, who was hostess on \ I 4ar The double ring ceremonywas I This resulted in. an average in the field of forestry, together the case.Interact .
(Mrs.. Hugh Hutson and Mrs.Jesse this occasion were: Mr. and .. ,l..t'. ... performed by Rev. V. J I ansetwment of approximately with documentary evi-
; Ricks. Mrs. H. B. Stokes Jr. and ". .?; Ragsdale, pastor of the First $78.00 an acre. dence, concerning the nature
'I Mrs. Thornton greeted daughter, of LaMarque, Texas; ft Methodist Church of Starko. Jane Ella Wailer All of the plaintiffs except and quality otf their lands, par- Club
guests at the door and pre- Mr. and !Mrs. Gerald Robertsof of Oilman submitted: their returns -
: to
V" t The bride wore a .street ticularly as growth poten-
(eiited them to the receiving Starke; Mr. and Mrs. EddS. length dress of blue lace Arthur Holliday under .ilhe above classification I- tial and value as derived from Meeting Set

'ilino. composed of the honoree, Polk and Mr. and Mrs. C. I fashioned with a. matching lace Engagement ToldMr. but when this contest the nppllcatlon of he 1964 revision For August 3
her mother Mrs. Robert Mo J. Tetatone and children, of jacket. Her headpiece was also arose they offered to further of the woodland section
.Rae and :Mrs. Fate Brown Brooker; Mrs. Faye Johnson classify their lands for the assistance A of the Interact,
of blue lace and she carrieda and :Mrs. Harold C. Waf of "The Tax Asnesaor'8 Guide" meeting
Potted greenery was used to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Waters bouquet of pink Sweetheartroses. ler of Pompano Beach announce l of the assessor and 8. While thla Court might Club' will be held at 1:30 p.m.
((advantage in the party room Mrs. Bill Touchton, Mrs. Cora: the engagement of ho County Board of Equalizers have assessed the plaintiffs' Thursday Aug. 3, in the BH3-

for, the occasion. The refreshment Hilltard Richard Stokes, Mr The bride's only attendant their daughter, Jane Ella, to The offer was declined. ands differently it cannot auditorium. Any boy in grades
table was centered with and :Mrs. Alvin Davis and was her sister, Mrs. Al perser Arthur Lamar Hollldiiy, son By way of gratuitous comment from[ a consideration of the 10 through 12, who is interested
Jan arrangement of yellow and children, Mr. and Mrs. Frauk of Jacksonville. of Mr. and Mrs Arthur N. for the future years Hnould entire evidence In. those cases In becoming a member
lavender pompoms and lavenjder Scott and children, Gloria r Louie Lee Wainwright, of Holliday of Starke. be more meaningful for hold that the assessor was so (including past members) l lf!|
pompoms also cental td tne Stokes and daughter, Mr. and Tallahas ee, erved as best The bride-elect graduatedfrom I the assessor to use a more refined arbitrary, discriminatory or urged to attend this Important
gift table. Mrs. Ronald Polk and son, A. asaY..,. _, a Pompano Beach Senior classification, of timber excessive In his assessments meeting.
honoree The hostesses presented the Z. Padgett, and Mrs. El fie man.Following the ceremony) a High School and will graduate lands in making his assessments as to eliminate every reasonable Interact In sponsored l by the
with a Thermal blanket Padgett, all of Gainesville; Mr. Joann Carter Weds Paul L. Estes II reception was held in the from Lake City School of such as suggested by hypothesis of legal as- Stork Rotary Club. David'

casion.Forty as. a memento of the oc- and Mrs. Morris Johnson and In Hampton Baptist Church RitesMiss Wainwright home. The bilde's Nursing In April 1068. the plaintiffs, or some reasonable Heattnicnt. Penoyer Is president.
children of Waldo; Mr. and table was covered with a linen: :Mr. Holliday graduated from modification thereof, the
guests called between Mrs. Charles Williamson and Joann Carter, daughterof ness. Her bouffant veil of silk cutwork cloth centered with Bradford High School and Wil- necessary Information having
)the hours 7:30: and 9 p.m. children of Hampton; Mr. end Mr. and 'Mrs William I). Illusion fell from a pillboxof two silver candelabra holding liam Curey College and will! been furnished to him by the

I Mrs. Carl Bird and children, Carter of Hampton, becamethe organza topped with roses pink tapers. enter the armed forces In. plaintiffs In. these suits In so
'THE RIGHT POINT for the Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Bird Mrs. bride of Paul L. Estes li and a perky bow. She carrieda Mrs Norma Forest served September.No far as their lands are concerned -
way you write Come In said Berly Barnes and granddaughter son of Rev and Mrs. Paul L. bouquet of white carnations punch and Mrs. Patrlcl1! date has been set for the subject, of course, to verification
elect; your ravnrtta ESTER- and Mr. ana' Mrs. Leroy Estes, also of Hampton, In the centered by a white orchid. Waters cut the two-tiered wedding. by the assessor, If ho
BROOK mountain pea. TELE- Olive of Starke. first Baptist Church of Her only ornament was a cul wedding cake, which was dec- follows thig suggestion.
GRAPH. Sixteen grandchildren and Hampton on June 23 at 8 p.m. tured pearl with small dia- orated with tiny pink rosebudsand 6. From' tfne testimony of
I 17 great grandchildren were Rev. Estes performed the mond above it, a gift of the pink forget-me-nots. their timber lands should have 1 Mr. Long It is apparent that
among the 63 guests enjoyingthe candlelight ceremony.The groom. Attending from out of town been assessed according to he relied largely on the mar
/JA Classified Ad hi the TELE- occasion with :Mr.! and Mrs. altar was decorated Mrs. Carter chose for herdaughter's were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Star- Plaintiffs' Exhibit H for Identification ket value approach In. arrivingat I

,GBAPH brings remits. Stokes. with an archway entwined wedding an aqua ling, of Bartow; !Mr. and MrsJ. \ which was used in his values, although he did

I with fern and on each side embroidered sheath with short D. Starling, !Macclcnny; Mr. argument, as follows: give consultant! t to the in-
A NEW IDEA FOR A NEW ERA was a '!basket of white gladioliand : sleeves complemented with a and Mrs Theron Groves, :and: No. I Pine ((80 per cent come factor in his effort to 1 '
mums. Two t ranched white rose corsage Mr. and Mrs Wallstein Allday, $62.30 an acre cbmply with the provisions of I If Ir Ir
"ALLIN candelabra with ,burning tap Mrs. JEstea, mother of tho Gainesville; Lloyd Rhoien, No. U Pine ((80 per cent Chapter 193.021 K.S., which
ers came to a point behind groom, wore a yellow sleeve Boynton Beach; Mrs. Patricia slain 20 per cent long leaf) contains the seven criteria to ,
1 the archway. less A-llne dress with a white Waters and Mack Sander., of $34.20 an acre be considered by the tax as- i
(Miss D :bble Hicks, pianist! rose corsage.A Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. L. Swamp (cypress-hardwood) sessor in making his assessments -
-M. I played nuptial music as the reception Was held In the L. Wainwright and ch'Mren, $20.40 an acre. ; and that he also asses-
.
.... guests gathered and accompanied recreational building where of Tallahassee; Mrs. Clyde They contend that these figures ed the plaintiffs' lands, In- : r
OHE"HOME Rev. Eaten, soloist, who arrangements nf gladioli and Wainwright Mrs. Norma are consistent with the iludlng the timber .thereon, as r
sang "Dearly Beloved," "Be- mums were used In decorating. Forest, and Miss Bonnie "willing seller willing buyer"rule agricultural' lends as requiredby : I
cause," and "The Lord's Prayer. Standing In the receivingline Baker, of Ocala. of Walter v. Shuler, Fla., Chapter 193.22 F. S. f .
." were the bride and The couple will reside In 176 So. 2d 81, and other recent It was: hm opinion. that '
I
t William V. Carter, brotherof groom, !their parents, and th3 Virginia, where Mrs. McIver cases, arguing that no one 'plaintiffs' plno lands would -. .
the bride served as best bridal attendants.. has accepted employment in a could pay more and make a produce a net annual incomeof
man, and the ushers were The bride's table was cen- school reasonable return on a sus- $6.00 an. acre, thus Indicating GENUINE TOP GRAIN ,
PROTECTION Charles Hlnaon and Wayne tered with a tiered wedding tained yield operation such as a growth capacity of a ,

Hinson. cake with a garland of fern theirs. cord an acre per annum anda GLOVE SOFT LEATHER
i and blue at the bane. dicatrJ. If the plaintiffs' 73,000 acres I
pompoms value of $10000 If capitalized
Nationwide's \Mrs Barbara Carter, sister-
popular new HOMEOWNERS POL. Llnnle Williams and Mrs. Under these circumstancesthe were assessed on this basis it .
in-law of the bride, served aa Mrs. at 6 per cent, or $85/ 00 an -
ICY protects your home against fire, theft, lia- matron of honor and Miss Imogene Bryan cut the bride's plaintiffs cannot shift the would mean an average as- acre If capitalized at 7 percent -

bility plus wind, hail and other damages. It's Joyce Conklin attended as cake. burden of proof to the assessor sessment of approximately and expenses of $1.50 an :

convenient just one company, one agent to bridesmaid. They were attired Mra. Betty Sapp and Mrs to justify his asses ments. $4300 an acre. acre were allowed.
deal with and with Joanne Hicks presided at the They must prove that the assessments The plaintiffs submitted sales of timber acre- Casli
you can save up to 40% ( alike In light blue gowns Several !
depend
discriminatory considerable. evidence, to -
punch table. Around the punch were arbitrary, support I ls-
ing on where live) empire bodices of chiffon avertaffeta. age in Bradford< and In otherEND
you over buying these cover bowl was a garland of fern or excessive as to Shumaker and Colle's :
Flowing back panels
ages separately. .
of chiffon were accented ny Interspersed{ with blue pompom overcome the presumption of )
bows at the waist. Their light good faith on the part of the -

.blue net veils!) were attached Miss Kay Carbett kept the assessor in the performance NOT 7. NOT $5.
to light blue carnations In bride's book. of his official actions, and the OFMonth ,
their hair. They carried blue. After a wedding trip to prima facie correctness of the
+ Beach tho couple will of legal assessment Harbor. -
Bill 'PowellPIIONE carnation nosegays centered Daytona BUT ONLY. \
re reside In Hampton. The bride assessments, to the exclusionof ... e.
., with white roses \
chose for traveling. a white every reasonable hypothesisv.
9 t-6l6l of tho
Lisa Carter, niece A-llne linen dress trimmed In K. Van. Anderson, as Tax
404 Went. Afadlton Street bride, and Juanita FAtes, sister -I Assessor of Citrus' County, I

Starke, Florida flower of girls the In groom light blue served A-llne as pink.The bride is a 1964\ graduateof etc., 134 So. 2d( 816 ((1961 Second I .
District).
dresses with lace/: Bradford High School andIs I
street length
employed in the payroll department 3, The woodland section of
bodices. of Big Dad Manu- the 1963 revised edition of
The bride, given in mar'l"'l.li'"' '' facturing Co. the 19139 manual, entitled ,
by her father wore a gown of "Florida Tax Assessors' I
silk, organza. Alencon \lace defined The groom graduated from Guide", (attached to Plain-
the empire bodice, low Orange Park High School In tiffs' Exhibit 21, Defendant's r v ..
and short 1964 and Is employed by Na-
neckline,
scoop Exhibit F for Identification)
sleeves. Lace medallions cen- tional Cash Register Co In contains data relating to the Close-Out of Summer Goods!

tered with pearls and crystal Gainesville. evaluation of timber lands by I
scattered over the - - ------'--- Choice of- /j1 ;
beads were the capitalization! of net Income : .
Miflnawid Mutual Iniuranc Company* Nationwide Muter, Fire 'Insurance Company I front of the skirt and the method. It suggests a LADIESJamaica 1 1 'LADIES 1
Nttldnwldi. .. Lit.* Iniuftnc Company .homi officn.Columbui. Ohio, chapel train unfolded from the capitalization title of 6 per i I j
\ l Knit Cotton NylonSHELLS 4
swirl of full Stylos
In a factor
back yoke County Wins cent, and an expense : Shorts i i
There is a
I I. I, of 62c an acre.
table on page 118 of Indlcaed Ht-

SLADE'S Timber Suits yield per acre derived from Keg. $1.99 Resr. 2.99 : $2.99 VALUE I / ar
AIR CONDITIONER the "U. S. Forestry Service : F

volume yield and stand tables : $1.77 $2.44 $1.50 ? $1.77 I )

for second growth southern i, ,
TERMSAs [Continued From Page One) pines", U. S. D. A. Minedlaneous v, r ", .. ,, .. .. ,..
Board of without Publication. 50 as Interpreted -
Equalizers
success and then brought by Florida Forest LADIESSLIM 1 1 : LADIES I
1
Little As i t SALE these suits. Service. It also contains a JIMSRe : \ \
2. It is the plaintiffs' contention table on page 116 of Indicated I Sleeveless
$10 A Month l that the burden rests values per acre of pine wood- $2.99 '
: .44 : !
upon ,the assessor to justify land on the basis of capitalization $2
this why summ.rl melt his assessments !by a prepond- of net Income. derived I NOW : Blouses

erance of the evidence be- from growth. I I II I
__ cause he failed and refused to The 1964 revision provided II I 4T'
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_____ follow the directions of the for a capitalization rate of ]Boys Short Sleeve :, Solids!' Print! Checks II

{ ;: -.._: _...._. Comptroller as to the methodof 7 'per cent: instead of 6 per Knit and Reg. $1.99 VALUE I -
__ assessment and the measurement cent, an expense factor of for ,

I _.__._._...__ of values to be used $1.50 an acre Instead of 62e, Sport Shirts i 2 $3.00Mens
F which were promulgated pur- and indicated growth rates I A
F
,\. suant to the provisions of considerably less than those p
for
shown In the woodland section $5.00 r
Chapter 192.31 F. S.. particu- 3 Short Sleeve 1* 'w
larly in the light of the Su- of the 1963 revision, whichare Truly r pSpectaculaN
preme Court's decision in the taken from "Growth and 1 Reg. $1.99 Asst. Sizes ...
of natural stands of the Sport Shirts
case of Burns v. Butscher, 187 yield ,
;j i f So. 2nd 594 (June 1966)). southern pines" by F. X.. Shu- '

:::::: : ::,: ::::.. For such directions to be maker and T. S. Colle ((1980)). LADIES SUMMER : $3.99 VALUE

" binding on the Tax Assessor, 4. By applying the data and Dress Sport Flat I Purchase!
11! 'however they must be approved method contained In the wood- I $1.99 $2.50 k

: by the State Budget Commission land section of the 1964 edition SHOES ..
:: U as required by Chap- of the Tax Assessors' v Croat Savings ..
!!l.1 : \a: ter 192.31 F. S. Guide the plaintiffs. urge that I
': : Mens Perma II arM.N
':: : : : : : The Florida Tax Assessors' I $2.88 $3.88 I'ress I
M Manual of 1959 (PftsEx.. 16)) SCHEDULE Dress CasualSLACKS For You -
:: OF SERVICES .. ., ..
: : :: was approved by the Budget $4.88 ,
.
: Commission and Is, therefore
":tt: :;i i You can be sort If it's official. In 1963 a tentative ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH
revision of the manual (De- Starke v rI Red
westinghouse GJVy

fendant's Ex. F) was published Sunday Maaa: 9:15: a. m. New New New! $6,9 9 $5.00 I ) _
Mass. 6:30: m.
but the timber Interests Thursday : p. I
,took exception to the wood- Miraculous Medal Novena: Over 200 to Choose .. "

land section and that sectionwas Saturday. 7 p. m. I From Boys No-Iron SchoolSLACKS I I .r1 M
5,000 BTU $ 99 17,000 BTU $266 revised In 1964 (Defend Confessions: S p. m. and 7 FULL '
Girls Dresses
ant's Ex. 7))). So far M this p. m. '
Court is advised the woodland ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH SIZE RANGE' 1-; ;'


8,000 BTU $189 18,500 BTU $$288 been Budget section approved Commission.at least by, has the never State Sunday Keystone Mass Heights: 7:30: a. m. $2.99 $3.99 Size. 8.18$3.99 $3.00Reg. I y () All shoes.the Fine quaHUe leather found. glove In much soft hl&flerpriced finished- all I


I Chapter VI page 51, of the and Wednesday 9 a. m. MaM and Novena I .. .. I I .i hand whipped new cowboy heels, knit-fit lininI'I
i 1959 :Manual relating to rural 1 I -a buy you just can't miss. Sizes 5 to 10..

SLADE GAS and APPLIANCES method"the land capitalization assessment states of Income that ST.7 MARrS p.m.Macclenjxr CHURCH !j I ]lay-Away f for Back To School I I I (Penny Loafer style also In EEE width) *

appears to be the
332 W. Madison St. Phone 961-7701 most accurate", but no stand Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m. I I ..

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Defender R. A. (Buz- Green's projected case loa. :Vir
zyl] Green Jr. doesn't have I enough moiw' to run his I felonies involving defendants: run around $7,300.: In addition, Something !lice this U!I A session .to plan a program
office In the n .- fiscal year I termed indigent by the, the county would have to pay liable to happen anytime until I for the 1007-68 Jaycee year is
bat he told tin Alachua courts. the cost at'One or two persons we can keep men on the Job I set Thursday July 27 at 7:30:

County Com-1sslon last ,, Green told the Alachua to do the inspecting. long: enough to be trained," p.m. by the Jaycee Board at
Tax Collector J. R. Kelly Giauclon said the home of President Frank
t
week It's the county'S worry Board last week he will have jt1ro
I s
estimates there are around It would bo good experience Williams Interested membc..
not his. i to turn over about 40 cases
7,000 licensed vehicles in the If the plant could be shut are also Invited to attend.
In airing his budget prob- I to private lawyers In August,
county that will require the down and started up for prac- Program for the luncneo.,
lems before the Alachuaboard
and 30 more in Septumber.
I inspection service. Art $3 each, dice, Grauclon said, when a was a replay of the Jaycee '
the public defender He estimates It will cost
atflr
this would mean a gross reve- new employee is being trained. Forum July 17 Just prior to
saA4 the, Florida Legislature Alachua County twice as .
nue of around $21,000 annual- That, of course, Is not possible the vote on appointing or ---
appropriated only $28,000 of much the
to pay court-ap- since the city must be electing the city clerk and ,
requested. The ly.Aftel' TEAM WINS TROPHY
the $54,000 he POLICE
pointed attorneys. the initial cost of supplied with. power 24 hours police chief. It featured City
counties In the Eighth Judicial mtya "Which of the two systemsIs the marginof day.Stolen. Councilman ( .
equipment is paid, per Merrltt William. hjmplonHhlp
Circuit, Including; Bradford employed is up to you 'I City Council Chairman Ruby Johns presents
w profit to the county might and Nell Tucker, City Clerk
will have to make Ronser. I'hiirles Illnlmk was coachof !
up I gentlemen. Green told prove to !be attractive.The Merrill Edwards, and Police trophy to Police Chief Hill
the difference or. Green said the Alachua Commissioners, board will have its final Goods Chief Bill Roaser. tlm winning Police Team in the Bantam. Bops League.

he'll have to let his assistant I meeting as a Board of EqualIzers The Jaycees are considering _
n
defenders and some Of his next Wednesday, and is Are Recovered sponsoring pre-election Inform-

staff 80.'I111& Resisting Arrest expected to accept or reject ative programs of some type'! scheduled services of the Pine BOATDRAIN BAPTIST

menas Green went on, I Tax Assessor Gene Long'snew From Jax ManAn aa a regular activity. Level Baptist Church on Sunday .- CHURCH
that the counties again including tax roll at that time. July 30. The Quartet Sunday School 10:00: a. m.,
Bradford will have to Charge Made originates from Jacksonville Morning Worship 11-00: a.
pay private lawyers to defend Gold Telephones Are PrizesIn outboard motor and MESSENGER'S! QUARTET: and can be heard over area m. Training Union. 7:00: p.

Indigent persons when ap- CC Membership DriveB. other equipment valued at WILL BE IIEAKU radio stations. m., Evening Worship. 8:00: p
pointments are made by the Power Plant $1,600 stolen from Home's
[Continued AT PINE LEVEL
From Page One] CIIfRCII The pastor, Rev. D. L. Ramsey m. '
Court. F. M\f.ctl\ Jr., president of First Federal !Saving. & Restaurant near Lawtey has Invites everyone to attend Prayer meeting, Wed. 7:30p. :
It also means, he said that Dolph Reddish 'been recovered the Brad-
Loan Atnot'lutlon, and Ernie I'litz, manager of Independent by The Messenger's Quartetwill ill services of the day. m; -Rev. Virgil Lovett
the counties [which must, All three charges developed Near PeakContinued ford County Sheriff's Depart- sing at all regularly Pastor.
of Florida, dlwiiftH the Chamber of
Telephone Corporation I
under a new state law, pay from a call Deputy Reddish ment in Jacksonville,
for the defense of Indigentsl' Commerce annual membership. drive being conducted today. received the night of July 12 Richard Harold Blevins of

may pay much more than It ITO has donated two gold telephone. to the Chamber as to investigate a disturbance Jacksonville! has been charged

would have cost to handle prizes for the team producing the highest dollar volume of at Silver Lake, where Read ( From Page One] with two counts of grand larceny LIVE .IN, A BETTER BUILT HOMENEW
resides in a trailer ,
the work through hU office new membership In the one-day drive. Other prizes for the August. in Bradford County, ac-
of countiesIn Deputy Reddish first charged and to Sheriff
Bach the seven cording Deputy
three teases be with. mlnla-
next highest will desk ash trays Utilities Supt. Davis says
the Eighth Circuit will be Read with voluntary Intoxication Dolph Reddish. Part of the
tnre gold telephone symbolizing the 1007 membership drive the; plant expansion Is
but then had trou- power
asked to pay a pro rata shareof equipment was taken the nightof
the $26.000 It takes to affixed:" to the tray ble getting the youth Into his on schedule. The new 1,750 July 25 and ;part the nightof BRDCK HOMES
finish out Green's budget request car to take him ito jail in KW generator has been or- June 27.
I $17,500 and he had law that court-ap- dered and bids building
and make the Defend per year provides Starke. Reddish said he finally on a Deputy Reddish traced the
er's budget total of $54,000In i no aid from the counties. pointed lawyers can be paid subdued Read and got him In- addition to house the new stolen, goods to Blevina in
I Now the grant has expired up to the amount allowed for to the car. generator will be opened/ at a Jacksonville. Ha and Jackson-
the 1&67-68 fiscal year.Alachua BUILT ON YOUR LOT ACRE
County Is being and! Green finds his office defending capital cases, $500 On the way to town how- council meeting August 5. ville Detective Sgt. C. F. Carp- : or
asked to contribute 819,938 left with half a budget! if the per case. ever, Read ripped loose the "We hope to get construc- enter went to Blevins' home
but. has yet given Green no counties do not contribute. The defender told the protective screen !between the tion under way the following and found the stolen goods In. FHA INSPECTED & FINANCEDAll

answer. Alachua is being Aladhua County Commissioners Telegraph Tuesday' that on back and front seats of Red- week," Davis states. his possession. '

asked to bear the lion's shareof have argued trial the his present state allocationof dish's patrol car, the deputy Expansion of the power Blevina was arrested by i have to do to own that 3-bedroom, 1,1-'1 or 2-bath home Is own
Public Defender Is a state you /
testified. The other two Is financed
$28000 he will probablyhave plant being
the counties' load since Carpenter on a vagrancy
officer, and should be own lot or acre in town or country, and we custom build for you -
the major portion of the de sup- to appoint private law- charges developed from that. through, a $600,000 Issue of charge. Warrants charging, your
fender's cases come from ported by the state. Bradford yers In 300 cases In the com- Read is free under $500 ;revenue certificates, which him with grand larceny were not prefab or shell our homes are brick veneer, tile baths, hardwood

there. Green's office is located County Commissioners, in 'ing year which he estimateswill bond. He was represented at will be paid off with Income Issued from Bradford County floors and beautiful birch cabinets!!, ample closet area. We build for any-
in Gainesville for that the past, have asked the cost the courts $200 per the hearing by Attorney Ralph from the utility system. Wednesday. Reddish went to one, anywhere.
reason. same question. case or $60,000. This stacksup Thomas of Orange Park. Jacksonville to serve them

Bradford County will be However the counties do against the $-::.000 Green: Witnesses called were and to return the stolen... prop- NO DOWN PAYMENT

asked to contribute about contribute to other state- is asking from the counties.I Robert Rogan, Read's neighbor tower Cutv only.
$2.300 as Its pro rata share created offices such as the Besides the defender' who called the Sheriff's De- PAYMENTS AS LOW AS $48.15 MONTHLYWe

"It will be cheaper for State Attorney, and a sup- Green's office: staff now consists partment about the disturb-
plement salary of Circuit I ance which Reddish said he Jaycees Plan
them [Bradford County of two assistant defenders Bathroomsand
AccidentContinued also do Home Improvements Florida Rooms
Judges. found evidence of when he
no
Commissioners] to come In, a secretary, and one paid I
Green says "t will effect an Green says that of 17 pub- student clerk. The present arrived at the scene; Jail To Attend Room Additions. Financing Available.

ultimate. saving over what It lic defenders In Florida, his state allocation would cut the Radio Operator James Gnann,
would cost them to retain office is the only one receiving staff to the public defender, Terwillegar Shop Foreman [ From Page One] District CaucusStarke FOR FREE INFORMATION & BROCHURE NO OBLIGATION

private attorneys." no local support, one investigator, and a secretary Arthur Brock; Jailer Levy the power failed at about WRITE OR CALL

Green's office, which was "I have the dlstlnce responsibility Green says. Norman, and Deputy Reddish. 10:30: p.m He Immediatelyshut '
made plans
Jaycees
created by the Florida Legis- of trying to get The staff during the fiscal down three of the four at their luncheon
lature four years aghas' the work done," Green told year Just ended handled 443 engines which were runningand meeting to attend Monday thte District Lifetime Homes Inc.Local
never received! much financial the Alachua Commissioners educed the .
felony cases, but a New BudgetAll began process of ill[ Caucus Saturday, July 29,
help from Alachua County. last week staff could handle no more starting the plant up again. in Live Oak. I

Bradford County contri- "Either sufficient monies than 150, Green estimates. When Allen arrived the four Twelve members plan to at- Bradford County RepresentativeBill
buted $2,400, as requested, in will have to come forth The defender's case load has Confused engines were running, thoughnot tend the 'business meeting and
Powell 40i& W. Madison St. Phone 961-6164& &
1964 when Green had his office from some source In orderto been growing each year by producing current, and the barbecue to which wives and ,

in Starke but has not get the job done, or special 10-15 per cent and is expec- temperature was rapidly buildIng dates are invited. Local Jay- P.O. Box 333 Oceanway Branch Phone 768-0525 Area Code 901&
contributed since the office defenders ted to at least that up in them, Graudon said.
assistant public average [Continued From Page One] cees will leave Starke In a JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 3221&
was moved to Gainesville. will be appointed l and during 1967-68 plus capital I The superintendent blamed caravan Saturday afternoon

For the past two\ years for their services the courts, and juvenile cases which under -I Inspected twice a year would the shut down enltlrely on the _._
Green's budget has been without discretion, must j new rulings now come yield the county $3. nexperlence of the employee.He --- -------

supplemented by $35.000 in award fees." under the defender Juris- Darby said it is estimated, said three of the four

Ford Foundation funds. He noted that new state diction- in cases of inolgency.: that initial cost of setting up power plant employees are InIFREEZER :&.tobu.hedl904" SPRING FABULOUS


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JULY 21. 1961 !
nR.\DP'ORD COUNTY TF.I.F.OR\PJI. IIITi\RKT.. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
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MXUISON! !STKEET(1APTIST : aunt .of said. O'urt: nl "'". "'.

I Teachers Salaries By Far Largest ]Item[ In School BudgetBy ( CIIUltCH Klriida l 1987.' CIIARt.HB this ilSnU A.day DARBY of July ttclirk .

Opportunities for service: : of Bald Court!
Sunday! Sunday School I ISrulivh' M.[ :UupdyOi
far the largest Item In $1,122,380. going for teacher' that teachers wlji higher degrees 8H5: a.m. MOl'nlngVorMhlp., i>utv Clerk, .
the proponed $1,539,052) county salaries. 1/ '1 it ft/It
'I receive Increments of with exceeding a safe 11 a.m. Training Union 6:15WIMU : .
for speel..
school budget fiscal ,
That amount is budgeted for $500.: A Hunk II or Maulers '15 Growers Sauce Wayne Iloark 41. of : Priyor Circle 7.10B .
is the huge
1007-68 sum ofFLORIDA
.,.= teachers, under tho etate's Minimum .'Degree teacher receives. a I lump ton, cloned out th} day );)von Ing Worship, 7-'M:; ( .
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Foundl1l.lon Program $5,500: starting salary in For New .
Sign at 11 pm. when his 19101i'ordsedan () Wednesday Prayer an.
Non-"MFP"
salaries account for Bradford County and a Rank < left SB-IS four nitluv Pralso Service 7-:;.0 p.m
another $16,000.Instructional I or 'teacher with a Doctoral'' I II Berry Co-Op cast of Hampton and struck! Church Choir Practice 8:30:

lalurles 1 Inuthcr I receives $6,000 starting, sal a utility polo, breaking It off Thursday -- Visitation, i
words, account for about ary. I I i II at tho top. Damage to the p.tn.
80 per cent of the $1.3 million. Yet another factor which | Two new members during front of the car wan estimated I
THEATRE\ plus; operating budget of tile, affects teacher pay Is contract ,,I the print week hAve brought it $100. -I II
Bradford County School 1 status. A teacher Is either on the ',total number already sign 1
I The car traveled 43 feet THIJ ( ,I'Ol /ItT ".fIIHADKOItLl home
Board. annual contract or has what fd up for the Bradford County IN \ 'lItl TIT protection at
ShO'wtlm-Woekdays 7 The state pays the biggest U termed a continuing con- I Strawberry Cooperative to after leaving the pavement ut t.YiIIN4'Ye'I.1Ntl1)A.) ; less cost with a

Sunday 3CO Saturday I shao, of the salary bill, however treat which in. this county it r 15 members reprejonllnff: 110 a, speed estlmned at :.1. mph CAHU< ) NU. If Homeowners Policy.
with Minimum itruH. >y Trooper Sundbeig. Koark MAIlK1.IZAUK 1 I'll WIL.L.1S:: .
FRIDAY SATURDAY Foundation carries a $200 pay boost. ''s charged, with wilful and aim) known UH ;MAltYnil.l.AI'KTII Contact me today I
Program funds. For every Annual contract means the The newest members to sign : : :: : WIIX-OX
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JULY 28, 29 27 'pupils In average dally attendance contract must be renewed eucfl
Double Feature ProgramJeRRvleJi the county earns an year by the School Board. hKflu'r. VHil. (II i %UIL.I.IS' Merritt H. .
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allowance of MFP funds sufficient If a teacher has a continuing d '. de" i "tor' nliriiln' ar Three Boys State I ur.ud'Lnt.. WilliamsF
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> roll nv HI II'
to hire one teacher. ./ contract or tenure for Ywt original Incorporations l la Aug Delegates Heard I'D H. O. UllLIU,
For each Instructional un.lt which he Is eligible after tot 1. Growers who would llHi H lioito, reHlliiu IM un 117 N. ....

the state lust year paid Bradford three years In the same county t to sign up before that date By Rotary ClubAn \.u.I
County $3,950.(; It's a the school. board must. give I may do go at the Starke State I Jtitlun are fen. "1\0'"'' liar bei*[. ; 1q ,
tricky situation, however to reason why the teacher is being .HI'rrn-rx Market, or by noti- enthusiastic description illctt UKiilnH you and yon are N
filSII determine Just how much of released. Teachers with I POPULAR PASTIMEJohnnie fying: any co-op member. if the recent Boys State session hereby required to .urn a cop) d 961-5391
of your wnctpn dofensex to It. ,
that amount comes from the tenure must be rehired each. The next meeting for the in Tallahassee was given If Rnv. on Tlierim A. Yawn Jr.. :t ..n.
state because each county is year as long as a vacancy exIsts 0".11 dem.m..tr"tl'< a backward flip on the purpose of adoplng a constl.utlon !- Wednesday at the Rotary Club I'liiliiUrr Atturtmy.vhunn .mllriHM .- .
mD required to lruinx| >llne, onn of the fa\orlte aithitles of | by three youths the < la CotntHuUKf .
101IA
El contribute to the in the county but must I and by-laws will beheld attending .. .
still anil flictlu rMINSU.ANC
)MFP according to (L its:. tivxpayIng first bo approved by the liijground pruKriuii will will Jue UH. grand tlnulullouluy: TucHilny. Aug. 8. Tim veek's activities from Urad- i ",il rliiil l l'I, IIIiu,.' t 1'iorlc, 01iht
ability which is based o continuinSc and place of t the meeting will c..r* High School. Hbovn ( ,"rt on 01't tImfiiru
xse ., 11MIT' othervlnu .
fists AiiKtint JS. -
I'IIOOUCIUlI the ,county's: share of tho en- contract.A be announced later Theron Yawn, Jr., David \ a JiKliiiiumt. ", "itiay" be entertil -
the wealth in the state.A teacher wlui. a Rank I 1 and Randy Jones allogrl'eu lcnoyor uMHiiiMi you Tin, tht. relief STATE FARM I INSURANCE COMPANIES
teacher's salary is fur ,, learned .1..1 l In tin, tiiniiilalnt"' /Home Offices Illinois ,
certificate, 10 years experience nk l they union /e : Blooimngton,
3 and
Wrecks WITNUMM inv' hand' in*
ther f .
complicated by the fact and a continuing contract l Y we state and local governlolit -

l J that no teacher will this year In Bradford County next W In a week than theywould '.
receive lean than $3,000: start year will receive $7,700 for Reported FridayThree have ordlnarly in a IHo-

Ing salary. Everything above 10-months work, the highest tinie. Six hundred boys from :
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the $3,950 the county must salary possible in this county minor single car accidents a over tho state attended11 thr j'

PLUS- plunk dawn. on its own mean for a classroom instructor on i but no injuries were s sloes n.
ing Bradford County will pay 10 month Randy and David I
duty.Principals : were elected
"'" sported Friday July 21, by
f"" ... at least $1,060 above the MFP and, coaches make I the Florida Highway Patrol from their city group to 1 I

program even tor beginningteachers more by virtue of their jobs! The first occurred .3 mile!! serve as representatives in LlielegHlature : Say Brother
H ; and much foi ,
E.L.P-PJ more | and Theron
others. or extra duties. Teachers/ who north of Lawtey on U.S. 301 wax I
i work in the summer program kbout 1 a.m. when a 1962 admitted to the bar to pl'lLCI I
""m 1ft t I Under the proponed 67-6F also! receive mipplements of Pontiac driven by I Kenneth tire law during the session ,
budget, Bindfoid U. due total 1
y
a 20 per rent of their bane pay, 'Chat'leu Crews 38, of LaKe The Rotary Club and American
of $932,777 in MFP funds for
Of the county's 190 teachers City went out of control and. Legion I'ost C8 cooperate
QRBrT4 teachers salarloi alone. Of the ones receiving, the .kldrled Into the ditch, causlpfvppro.Mmatel annually to send delegates to I
that amount the county will hlg-hcst salary can be counted ) $30 damage It each session of Boys SUKe.
1l be required to put up a totalof on one hand. Many are young )I lie right side of the vehlcla. That's Servicer '.
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$10( .6l7: to match thu
"Y Inexperienced teachers with The Pontiac was traveling in I
t MFP funds from the state, one or two years in teaching. I the inside lane and ran off Recent Births

making, the state contribute But the number who are ::Into, the median while going
{)Oh tb- $827,120 in 'MFP salary funds becoming permanent residents- around a slight curve accord- I Bradford County Hospital

,, Bradford will also receive who obtain continuing con CC Membership Chairman ing 'to Trooper W. E. Sund- in no ii noes the following .
l '1". MFP funds for transportation tracts and, who are obtain- berg. births, : .
$36,750, and current expenses ing their blaster! Degree or Signs Up Newest IndustryClmmher The car sklddud sideways, iMr. and Mrs. Joel MurrayAsh

$60.232 for a total MFP allocation Rank II status Is rapidly came buck across both southbound Lake Butler, a son, Joel We couldn't agree more! When you can do ALL
of 1029759. growing. the kind of of Commel'C'elembl'rlOhll': | Coniniltt w> C'hulrmiin traffic lanes and skidded Marty July 24. I
ucOI They are your banking business!< under ONE roof from
lI""T Clyde Ter\\'lllrjfiir iwreptM clerk from Fred I'eden, vice Mr. and Aim. Louis Leon
But for iia.'arles alone, teachers the current admlnlsratlon pr"'ddrllt into the ditch. It traveled a making a deposit in savings account to getting
Bradford County will have to la seeking. of Bradford C'ounty'n: lu-went Industry. Owen Stei-1 Joint. total of 530 feet after first! l Manse Lawtey a daugher your
& ;nn auto !loan tnal moved, is SERVICE! We
spend I $300,000 of $540,000 the One other factor will'\ af- of Florida fur a one-year membership Goal for the one-diiy leaving: the pavement. Crews Mary Lou July 22.

ftecHN'cOLO' :School Board has to spend as ect teacher salaries in the drive .Mug conducted for new niemlwrnhlps. today In. !$3,000.) { was charged with failure to IMr. and Mrs. James Clyde call it FULL-SKIIVICK" banking. You'll call it
have Manning, Starke, a son, James a big help in handling finances!
I' of ,It desires. Many expendituresof coming year. The state will The Chamber'. currant motto Ins "It Taken. Two The the vehicle under control. your
:, A UNIVERSAl.I I the Board are fixed by state raise its pay by $393.50 under Chamber i>f C'lxniuiirre. And You. The second occurred 2.. Richard July 21. I Savings account, checking account loans of all

.. 'a PICTURE I law. Oov. Claude Kirk's miles south of Starke on IT.S kinds, safe deposit boxes, letters of credit a
also teacher bill, but this increase 3O1( about 8 p.m. when a 1058
Teacher pay varies as pay THE BRADFORD banking connection here puts every banking serviceyou'll
do MFP allocations for salaries will be worked into Studebaker driven by Joseph; (: COUNTY TELEGRAPH "
day are guidance counselors In Bradford County there Brewton, 41, Staike Negro ever need at your immediate command : .
SUN., MON., TUES. with two other factors the pay scale as previously music 10 ftancls in good stead when need credit
experience and rank. In the stated. A beginning teacher teachers band directors are administrators 2 supervisors went out of control anu Published every Thursdayat you you
JULY 30, 31 AUG. 1 coming ''term no Bradford will still receive 5000. supervisors, roaches, and 7 physical education struck a palm tree In. the 133 W. Call St., references works with you and for you in ,..

teAcher will receive less than Many different kinds of administrators and the exceptional instructors or coached. median of the four-lano high Starke. Fla. 32091 ull matters financial. .,
I child teacher. The oldonet'oom Therefore teachers who
way. Urowton lost control orthe
5.000: the salary for starting specialists In addition to the
one-teacher schools have extra duty during' the wet pavement and the car Second class postage paidat
teachers. will Irv to I
That figure classroom are required I
a PAKULA-MULLIGAN crease $100 each year for 10 I run today's school with their j I are very much a thing of. the. regular school year and alao .kidded sideways onto the Starke Fla. HOME( OWNED HOME OPERATED
s.aaease I
past work In the .summer program median, struck a palm tree, Subscription Rates:
years. additional subject matter and The state helps take care' draw the highest pay. Summer and skidded around Its
QPYKDOJMN, Rank affects the salaries in student services. Needed to301 -,, again. In trade arm: $400 per
of these work carries 20 cent of ,
overseers too. Administrative per nut to rest In the median R
I year; $3.23 six months. The
service agentsare baso pay as supplement after traveling: out of control Community State BankOF

/ allocated on the basis of The group Includes principals for 248 feet. Damage tthe Outside trade area: 94.90

I one for every. eight Instructional couches, supervisors, right front of the car was r per year; $2.80 a\x\ months
DRIVEIN ( units They are called and some classroom. teachers. estimated. at $200. STARKE

; STaiR I Administrative, Supervisory Brewton whose upeao was E. L. Matthews editor and .,.Ir,

: Instructional Service Units or Auto Skids 'stlmated at 50 mph was publisher! MEMBER\ F.. D. I. C. "

1 SHOW BEGINS AT SUNDOWN ASTS units by the State De- charged by Trooper ?i>nihprg

The year's # 1 best seller ADMISSION: Adults 15c. Students 60c partment Since educators of Education.employed In Heavy RainA

picks you up Children Under 12 Free under a county's ASS units -T------1 .ul.t" ,

I and never I must usually be specialists 1066 Chevolle sedan went TAJt
lets you In one field or another they out of control on U.S. 301 '

i down. TIIUKS., Fill. HAT. JULY 27, 28, 29 neccMoarlly command a higher Sai'.urdiiy! In a heavy rain, .L1m.
Double Feature Program salary. Bradford has 18 such slightly Injuring! Its driver
units mostly and when It truck tiee
I I principals a palm .

1 GET OUT OF coaches.Salaries Involve stilt\ third James Lewis Houston 19 I.u,I.
a of Lawtey had bruises and
//1' THEIR WAY category of payments!! -supplements abrasions but wan not reported U

...11.YOU CAN !. which are paid taken to the hospital ..
I MCOIIIIIWtO KM teachers with extra losponslbilttles The Ohevelle was traveling '"

I WtlMt MI .UKil or longer after school north on U.S. 301 .6 miles # ..,

hours. Coaches and principals north of Starke according to ,m "'
':I; ;CAUAYEIEiimrJAMi.-fAaMEa JpNAYISIONCOLOR I ; are again prime exam- Trooper J. K. Wade at a t, whf )

ples. speed apparently ton fast. for I q
_.CHARLES GRIFFITH _..DANIEL HAUER.BURT. TOPPER ...
'I A coach, for example, is existing road conditions. '
Starring Academy Award WinnerSANDYDENNIS (C 1987 American InKrnitlonil' Pictures/ hired first as a classroom instructor Houston/ lout control after thei i : .

J J1krrT Usually he teaches car spun around! on the wet': ,; I II

-- ""'US- physical! education, but ran pavement, j

teach math or science or The vehicle xltlddfd< I broad" I to :
:
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English as other classroom sldf on. and along the median! '' n
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any I ,
wE'STAPthoN't BCCKE pool? JOHN WAYNE' RICHARD WIOMARX LAURENCE HARVEY teacher for 112 feet before alamnnngr !' \ 'rn.

.-..:a8Ea:: KAUFMAN -"TAD/VOSEP; n I(Je Is paid. just as any other. ag.ilnnt: a palm tree in the II'I

--:3 ALAN1PAKUTA"RC&ERTMULLgAn J N 'ITHE ALAMO'} ( classroom teacher plus a median. Thoiv were no fcldd' ,..."...

L handy: \ 'm..eu by Wwrtf To\1o ;;it'CSJ: T1cxRlcataR- supplement. paid by the hour marks or scuffs on the paver, "

TOICCLOr.::* FROM WARNER BH3S. U u..-UNITED ARTISTI. .Lives A ITHIAT"I for the time after regular mcnt according' to '1'rooPIJI'I, J
Wade. who ,
estimated the ,
school hours he
with
spends
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are the sports of football mph. j "I

WED.. THUKS., FRI. SUN., \MON., TUES. JULY 30, 31- AUG. 1 basketball baseball and track.A Houston was charged with ...
AUG. 2 3 4 ouble Feature Program traveling at a speed too : ......
Rink III coach receives $3 great ..,..
NO. 1 NO. 2 per hour. Rank II. S5.50 per I II for conditions. ,11r

The Big Mouth I hour, and Rank I, $6 [none I j
ROmRT"'ELKE': ( are In this ran&e.1It ) A eq: 1 ....II
\\V s Court ...,
rho Big Mob! STACK SOMMER() is estimated that the foot. '"' '
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Warnerl3ros.unlocks ball coach spends 120 after
'", NANCY CHRISTIAN school hours with his charges. The following cases weredlnpoHcd

s KWAN'n.; MARQUAND{ all the doors of the for Instance, and a Rank IIIco.wh of In JUnyor's Court I 'l'" "..
Tuesday night: 1 f
in football would re-
sensation-filled 4 $600.Goachex Lillian Birch, disturbing the I '-
\ cplye(
'' 'tA peace' profane and Indecent i :
;i best seller. B 'THOtL can be Involved in '
i-:11A
language assaulting a
:..tiS moro than one sport The top police. .
ar&yt coaching mirptaments. lit the officer; 15 days. I a is .t
;;. 11i
'I. \ I county\ of which there. are Alice Mae Birch disorderly w. t 1 ( _
.. ; conduct by disturbing the
I twt?. arc 1485.: The athletic I
} voluntary intoxication
peace
C
I dlrfotor receives no compen.ia.
tlon for his duties other than profane and Indecent language -
ON THE MESSENGER'S
c; I the, regular coaching supple- ;; 15 days. QUARTET
Marcus Wray l>Ulnklns Mac-
YdUe110AREHA.WERNER PETERS iAoiatiareiwR1 I 0Ir0ete0I. wa..MwS. rn'S ment.
d .. mQlM. ,
-" .. I """ clenny. flight to avoid arrest,
JAMES HILL -Z. GARYARENTZ I neHHicoa *FBOM"SmiTMos. Principals are paid still dlf-! $ 2.50. To At All Serv ices 30th
BRIAN CIIIIENS I ferent.ly. He first draws a Wlnford Lee Atkinson St.George Sing Sunday, July
.--.WACHS8ERGER/ S"r;::: pm!! $7.r>(> supplement for bin administrative On, flight to avoid I II
nr.Iaiw.aa.Nat. a..wq--.... \ rexponslbllitles. arrest $52.50.Bernice .

In addition, he receives 91 per Rosa, disorderly I
conduct ,
CO UIIBdPC9aE3... Wed., Aug. 2 R. C. Night student based on average dally canning accident; six I .,

d LFWIS I .- :. .v attendance.per year He for also each drawstlOO year months Michael probation.William Klmball.Jacksonville I I Pine Level
experience a* a principal
I up without Baptist Church
. -=.- A Martin! Radon PtOOuction .t.t.-: :+ -i .,......w.STXI'ClO to five years. permit, S37.CO soliciting bond: for- :

' ., The principal IP ,
,2.."I3. '>!iw fr l average 'eited. *
NIfrJ'hLNUJ Bradford! County draws about
XICH / '4< .- James McNelll\ Johnson,
,:. $9,445, though some In mall Jacksonville, soliciting: without
r (H'J Miles Out Hi way 100 W.)
ulok hilt CttLZ BL"GY .... ... schools. receive lea or Home permit $37.SO: bond for
LISTUS1N .t' ,
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,Cf'Efl, Y l ''J1S.F, I R llalf AlR11 .C"..'..t'.CclJbvlRluxe., .'f"-----.A" :.., more.with, higher degrees receive feited.'V Thomas Fredrick Chamblec Sunday School 10 A.M.--Morning Worship 11 A.MEvening Worship .7 P.M.D. .

RIAMOh--IwaYlh-- t 4YL4R1Srulnw Supervisors are paid just as Melrose, Improper turn, causing L. RAMSEY PASTORTIIITRS"V.
Inca ADMISSION:\ 6 U. C. CAPS classroom teachers phs a$7QJ \ accident; 00 days proba-

--:-- yo ..... J __ > supplement. | tlep. ., .

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAflEJ FLORIO.\ THURSDAY. JULY 27. 1967
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-. ----- iv, Florida pursuant to S Final
I Ronald Blvlna a* double.In !scored for the first time in the Judgment for K M LewIs
Millard Judd the second game the 6th Inning as T. I. Clark belted r TImber I Company' Htarke, FlorIda -
I Yanks were downed 6-1 by u 2-run homer. Neither team I und araltiut Fonso ThotnaH.defendant .
of
the league-leading Tigers crossed home plate again until I I $400 no. toffftthor, In the with amount coSts ,,folk

From Hobby Artist To NearProBy Edwin Conway pitched for the 9th Inning, when Garden KaM: ,'(tI Ion Mlied. and huvu In my
the Nnegei'a
on
[ the Tigers, giving up only put pressure j ,n.HI..n the tull..wluK. deH-
two hits-a.. double by Randy )by scoring 3 runs in tht op ,I"_ d l peraoiml. \property toW

( First of A Series! on Area Artists i ) I Oca la. Then when Suzanne Martin In the 3rd inning of the Oth, but and Noogel tic-l. u. i,ame I'HIT l-hi'Vrolut Tiuok. ID
back nce
I
Alice McGarvey _..n' I who is now teaching takes and a single In the 4th by light "1 i. CBB37UliaUHU : Tag No
With the recent fo.'mationOf n n net, new job as an. airline hostess David Galnes. Ten Yankee again. l5Ct..Iil
Bach team: scored tinglo i hi property c,f th. abovedefendant
The Bradfoid County Art he and Mrs. Judd will go batters were retired by iatiJL.ll' and that on
Association an-: large attendance I '- to Europe. There he will seethe I strikeouts.The runs in the 11th inning and Muniiu>'. the Slat day of Au.-
going Into the llth the score Jet. 11187 At twelve o'clock
at, area art shows a old masters and study.A Tigers were allowed 6-all. In the top of the Noun ,)n saId day on the prame -
lively Interest has developed Inour love of color and attentionto only 2 hits a single by was 14th Garden scored twice and > .,f the Bradford, County
local artists among them detail Is apparent In Jll'dd'soils Lance Seeding In the 1st ill I will offer for sale aniljell
win bidder for.isi
: then slopped Noegel'a to < tit the highest "
Ulllard R Judd I He has recently started and a triple by Mike !SandersIn : the 1st game 8 to 6. In hand the above denel -
From n hobby painter( Judd to work In water colors and the 3rd Inning. The big defensive ,-o!). bed \property of said defend-
This a '
was .
game : .nt t to utl fy the aforecaldTJXHCUtlon.
r
bas become a serioUs professional : says he likes the cleanness and difference seemed to be In game as Garden rapped out 18 7 .

w'n') displays his worksat freshness of this medium. Also the pitching, as the Tigers. hits. Noegel's had 14. Woody LA' ,. U) Keddllh., SheriffiMdfxid

most i f the neartoy shown he adds you see results collected ft walks in their B- Strickland led all hitters with .' ...- .....","'"... County Florida 7/27 4t 8/17

ins a pi mant-nt: dlspay at a i iI I : 4' sooner. run second Inning, and had 3 hits In. 6 tries. The 2nd .'.. ...

local leManrant and sells I Formal training In art for 11 walks for the 5-lnnlng game was a far cry from the iii' '. .:; ,,"..l-. _., N 'run' COUNTYiUl'KT JUDOE'S
Sfianv of hm ploturm. Ho :still! iI ,. y'' :. Judd has come from art ball game.Garden. 1st as Garden took It easily '-"-_ .-. ,. '" OP OF"BRADFORDIV MltADPOUDI'OfllT !

manages his floor and ceramic I teachers, Mr. Baker ot Mac 14 to 3, to take the championship New 1: PUOBATn! NO. -_
t.lf (contrnrtlng business as he clenny and Mrs. Fish of Jacksonville and end 'the 1967 Men's Category AnnouncedIn 'I RRKHtat:

hHs the last 20 years, but but In childhood he Takes joftball season.CALVARY CC Membership Drive ..D.ftceaiif WILLIAM I M SAPP

hupcs t u: retIre soon and spend t had the advantage of a mother Men's LeagueChampionship \...rtci! TO ('UF.lu'rou"
full time painting and studying I who was also interested In BAPTIST Sgt. B. II. fiipe....... of the Florida Highway Patrol and i All credItors. havIng claims

Before the tile business, I painting. He has a sister, Mrs., member of the Chamber of Commerce Membership Committee ,ir f Willani demands. M.against Hnpp, the the. estate above

Jjr was one-time manager ot Milly Simmons of Starke,, Sunday School, 10 a. m uciept. the first check for the ChaJnlxr'a new Small' Business.. named. deceased, are hereby.
the Bradford!' County Farmers' who also paints. A New Or- Garden Restaurant, for the Morning Worship 11 a. m notified that an Order of AdminIstration -
Membership In Mlay'< .. one-day membership. drive.. First tr Unnecessary. ha.
,
'Market and spent four years leans employed In New York City I Judd With Self Portrait I the old quarter Inspired In crowned Men's Softball Evening Service '7:30.: Prayer Join the .Chamber In this special category wall City Councilman >heron[eon entered A. by Yawn the County

hotels him a desire to "capture It on League Champions In a best Meeting, Wednesday 7:30p. : and State Farm Inmiranre representative MerrlttVII .fudge; and that the total each

and I under the beds, Mrs Judd said you ideas and makes you want I canvas and It Is from that I two of three playoff m.-Rev. a. H. Butler llama. than value Five of mild 1'hOIl8..nrl 1 1 estate. 1J1 In>lIar.len"
"
T have been painting" the only solution was to sell to Improve" Judd' explained. time that; Judd feels he founda I Noegel's Auto had won, the pastor. (U.OOO.OU( ) exclusive of prop-
studying art all my Ute Judd some. A Jacksonville man was The two Judd children, Suzanne real merest! in painting. flrat half Garden took the irty under the. ConHtltutlonind

sold but I have" only touched the first customer and others and Ray. figure in the "If you are serious about second half, setting up the Have Belied' and have In my rrlhi'il. properly of Maid, defendant Florida stutnten, and of all the creditor.elate of of

the frinue have come through art shows. long range plans for artist wanting to paint" he advises playoff. \OTICR OP .IIIKIIIFK'M! NA1.R pniiHHHMlon the following d...- to "satiety th. AforeHult, mitt estate are hereby notified
About five years ago Judd "Competing with from, two Judd. In a few years he hopes "set up a special place where Garden had to work for the 'Vorlc IN hereby given' that I. ,rllitftl penmnnl. property to Execution.I'. ind required to file any ,clalmr .
P. II.) RncldlHh Shorlff of Urod- Wit I t: Li.) Kmlillnh. Sheriff demands which they m.y"ave
sold a PK('ture for the first to three hundied other artists t to turn the tile business! over you and your materials can be first place position all year ford ("c>unty, Klorldn under 19011 Chnvrolet Station liradford, County, Florida against. saId entate In the
time Since then he has made is stimulating too. It gives to Ray. who presently 1'ves InBANTAM : undisturbed" and the playoff was certainlyno and by virtue of Writ of Kxerutlnn : Wagon ID Ni, 1I1855N203T 7/27 4t 8/1- ifflce of the County Judge of
to Wit 1407 Florida 45-1001)) Florida. In
rira< ford Oounty.
:many sales a recent one to a different, as the first game (execution Iniiimil. nut ot Circuit. As the property of the .above I he Courthouse at Htarke.
Maine resident. run and a single Keven Kelly wasn't decided until the 14th Court of Duviil County Florida laniHil defendant, and that on NOTI.OF!: SIl.. nIFF'II l SALI: [-lorldn.. within nix ((6) calendar
ws'I a triple and Allen Akridgea Inning had been played before 'nrx, '"''' t<. .n I'lrml ,lutlirinent" !VIonday., the Slat day of Auw- Notice I. hereby gIven thut I months. from the date of I the
Although Judd paints for for General Guaranty Invur- liNt. 11)07) at t twelve o'clock }', I U RedillHh. Sheriff aUrarlford I firm publIcatIon of thin notice.
double for the winners. Garden pulled it out 8 to 6. .'
he fe.>ls that all"-'' iVinimny. Kloilda Corporation \- Noon. on wild day on the prttm-. 011 n ty. FlorMl 1 101 lma Virginia, Happ,
his own pleasure For the losers, Dale Haas Noegel' led early In the und nirfftlnHt Leonard Ices of.. the Bradford '*"n. tinder nnd by \irtue or Writ i> I Petitioner and aurvlvinis -
selling sets a value on his Rowe arirrin. defendant. In the .1..11.. I will offer for ale and fxm,,lltlnn I I'r I ftpouie
had a single Gary a I fame by scoring one in the 1st .
.>> 4H IICII t the ijluu, Execution Issued out of Smalt
'larkf1'S.. Judd gets credit amount of SiltS tOIl'.thIJrwith to highest I t 7/27 4t 817Rancher
\ double and a triple! and I ind another in the 4th. Garden c".ts of collection. cash in hand, the auu/va: Jen- I <:'11'11I", Court of Bradford" Coun I I
irom her husband for his first -
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sale; When their home became ;

crowded with pictures on the ;iia I ;i./' .,; -- .
walls in the closets and even ,4-
5Mt J

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EXPERIENCED WAITREss USED VACUTJAf cleaners reconditioned I

wanted. Apply in person at $U up. 10 different I

the Garden Restaurant tfehg If you find your name among the Classified Ads, name brands to choose from.I a.
I 1.1[ ,
I Parts & excellent repairs aW
-p l bring to The Telegraph office and receive FItEE makes. KIRBY SALES A I ; Si -

J i SERVICE 712 N. Main, Oalnea-
THEATRE PASS 1'ASS to Florida Theatre or :301 Drive-In. vllle 376-7110. tfchg


COMER'S LAKEVIEW''

BEACH & COTTAGES I

DID:: YOU KNOW It's easy town CARL BEGGS Spend the day with your tam. ]i

> a Lon.gchamp, Home? Better ily on. Santa Fe Lake Parking

built for Florida living. FREE Gulf ServiceUSED $1.00 per car. Swim, picnic I

Is \\V orthTWO LEAGUE OUTING PAIMTSFor !ifour plans or ours. Your lotr PARTS free. Cottages by the week.

I > ours. Contact Buford Mitchell Ph. 468-1129 Maude Comer I
Top Price tork..d pars
phone 964-6803, P.O. Box 4\\I Earlton. 12tchg 8-24 /
Fond anti swimming were the main attraction at the 238. Starke. tfchgfleese \ 24 Hour Wrecker Service .

annual honoring the Bantam Iloyn BawhiUI, Lrugue.
I' party ', Scott ... Fuel Oil ... AT LAST! ONE STOP
The outing wat hold ut Ctunp islanding" la-st Saturday.. : I.t1 I. I
'- FOR SALE BRICK HOUSE .V\A S & II Green Stumps. A HOME OWNERS

; ; I ready for occupancy. 3 bed- Hwy. 301 N. Waldo .POLICY MASONRYMATERIALS
I Small Fry Baseball Results 4.631998LACY I
AT room, 1% bath.. Located just For Mobile Homes

The Mets downed the Yankees Gar;. Rowe again led the'"J Dutside of city limits in Pine. CONWAY That Qualify

Nasworthy'sHalf I 6-2 In the Small Pry Mets hitting with his triple I' )reeze Small down payment. FLYING SERVICE

Baseball League on July 18 j,and a single. Jackson Prevatt I Easy!: monthly terms. Long- FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Air- CALL THE MAN

with Dale Haas pitching for..also collected a single for the champ Const Co., Con.tact Bu plane rentals. Greyhound Bus FROM KEYSTONE Ready Mix Concrete. Con
II I- rord Mitchell. Phone 964-6853 Charter.. party to- E. LaRue
the winners, allowing only losers. Keep your George crete Block Sand, Rock.
out 12 I The Yankees scored all of P. O Box 238. Starke. tfnhg other -- charter a bus. Phone
two hits and striking I ; INSURANCE AGENCY Cement. Mortar, Steel Oyster -
Met batters. Randy Martin their runs In the bottom of ""' .6090. tfch* Shell. Umerock Roof
All Purpose.MAKE I ; (
Keystone Hts. 4731692SALE
collected the two hits for the the fourth inning as Steve VL54II'Ij'I. :.. "U INSURANCEAT Gravel Frrcaat IJnteli. and

I Yankees a double: and a Noegel led off the innln i II'I''oM; REDUCED RATES leeR or rent large Window Sill. Everything

single. with his second of three singes I 0 t?> f. 11 word ?.,S1.00 AUTO. FIRE. BOAT 2 story house 14 rooms, 4 for Stiwionry (Construction.
Price all of Infield hit to the'' I I I
i The Mets scores:: an baths $8,500. 514 S.
DOYLE E. CONNER Epperson
Buck word ... 13: _.....OT
their runs in a big first Inning shortstop. The big scoring $ I r INS1nAl\ AGENC1'tfchlf St. Y. L. Kirchalne. P.O. Box ANNOUNCINGA
with 5 base hits, 3 sing- rush was aided!\ by 5 walks .. ..1I..c. If noC 78. Hampton. Fla. tfchg
les, and 2 doubles. Gary and 2 doubles.! The Yanks I .t mid. I. a4w..e.MMORl5I.5 __.211

Furniture Rawe: led their hitting attack brought 14 batters to the : ....:1101.1 TIOX8 FOR SALE Meat Market
with a single 'and a double. plate In their scoring attack. I 4 ...t. per vrosd VEW MOBILE homes Chlck- fixtures: 2 walk-in boxes, 2 Ready Mix Plant

Also hitting lone singles for Gary Rowe pitched for the I VAliD OP 'r".' KBO tsha 20' & 24' wide, Buddy- chop blocks 1.18 foot freezer. i atKeystone

the Mets were Chuck Hutch- Mets and struck out 10 Yankees word. ... Ie.S _- 52.541> lemson. Layton Travel Trail. 1-18 foot reach in dairy and '

SALES eson Lonnie Ellis, and Larry but served up 6 hits and bach ...... o...r to ..OU irs. Liberty, Taylor, Azalea. veg. case, 1 sausage mill, cub- I Heights

I Tlliter on. Danny Geiger hit 10 walks. Randy Lawson RESERVATIONS S Si >uy sell, trade. Year bank fllaincuvg. er, electric saw, scales cleav-

the other two-base drive for pitched for the winning NOW for Fall Term Mama* Buckeye Trailer Mal.t.rnc ers, knives, etc. Make me an I For Better Service To

I the Mets. Yankees going all 5 Inningsand Priest Kindergarten and Day UNDERWATERWEED 8678 Roosevelt Blvd. offer all or part Call i That Area.
allowing only 4 hits Care Center. Call 064-7254. )range Park 264.2131. tfchg Mrs. O. F. Odom, 964-7712

S V( I The Tigers continued' their walking 4 end striking out 9 6-8 8tchg 7-27 CUTTINGAll Power Tool after 6 p.m. 3tp '7/27 We Will Not Be

winning ways by out-hlttlng _ Myers Undersold.
i Types :
and running the Mets 16 to Mets batters.In Reduce safe, simple and fast Area Headquarters For FOR SALE 1964 Corvalr,'

I 7 In a game played July 19. the second game last with GoBese tablets. Only 98c. Bulldozer & Lawnmowen Power Tool cheap. Call after II p.m. 964- Bradford

I Starting off with a big 6- Thursday afUrnon the Cubs Koch's Drugstore. lOtchg 8-24 Drag Line WorkJ. McCulloch Chain Saws 7302. 2tp 7-27
first rush the queezed by league-leading Timers S Ii
A run inning 3 BEDROOM house unfinished Pinnpn & Water Systems
Tigers batted through the or- 3-2 In a well played l SYa acres strawberry land. V4 C. GardnerPHONE Brlgg & Stratton Engines FOR SALE -- 2 puLpwood
ler and started again! with Small Fry game. The Cubs EngineeringCo.
Rental Sale. Service
mile from city limits. $4,900.00.Ph. 984-7720 :1 e rucks, 2 chain saws 1 crawler ,
he first three lead-oft bat- i scored''! once In the second .
: 964- 801. tfchg 230 N.E. 16th Ave. 1 farm tractor. 317 N.
ers. They batted again Inning on a single( by Allen FOR: RENT Unfurnished, tic Grd nIght Gainesville 376-3411 Orange! Ph. 964-3338. Up '
PilE through the order! In the sec- Akridge, folowed by t. walk THANK YOU NOTES-Beau- two BR house outside city. tfchg

ind Inning collecting C more 'to Jay Oodwin and ,i field tifully engraved in gold or Furnished I apartments In ,'WANTED -- Housekeeper for I I'light .

big runs, and added 1 cnother er's choice by James Olive. stiver. $1.25 for box of 29, In- Starke. W. H. Nollman. tf chg ; HOUSE FOR SALE Law- housekeeping duties, to I]' Phone Starke
''n the third. The game went The Cubs added two more cluding envelopes. Bradford care for lady convalescing -
: Frame house 1800
inly 3 innings due to the runs In the third Inning tf SILVER SANDS LAKE ey. square from Illness. Prefer someoneto
County Telegraph. feet with central heat & air
964-5403
time l1mlt.Lellidlng when Scott Akrldge reached l $2,700 to $3.500 HASTINGS MATTRESS : conditioning 3 bedrooms, family live In. Write: BCT, Drew-
the Tiger hit parade first safels; by an error FOR RENT Small unfurnished GATOR HONE LAKE UPHOLSTERY WORKS er A. Starke. Fla. trchg
& room, living room dining
i was Edwin Conway with Kevin Kelly doubled, end Al- 2 bedroom house. Large!: ralatkaFurniture Keystone Ready
$3,575 to $4,275 710 Lemon St. room carpeting included. FOR RENT -- furnished 1
homeruns, and a single. ''en Akrldge hit his second yard. Ideal for couple or small. Mix
EASY TERMS: Large garage. Call 782-3450: or bedroom cottage. Large living
Teammates Lame et.odln.It< Jingle. Repaired
Keystone
family. 230 N. Bay St. tfchR '
Larry White and Jimmy Cis Keith Kelly lei:! oft with a See S. E. McKay Upholstered & Refinished 064-7826. 7/27 room_ and kitchen, tile bath 473-4285
air conditioner., Drlvate driveway. -
added! singles and Mike single to start the game N. B. Rosier .
sy Keystone Height MATTRESSES REBUILT .
Near school. Apply 633MoMahone
I FOR SALE or lease Large
Sanders chipped In a two while Kevin Kelly collecteda WANTED Middle age cou- I'hones, : 473-4816 New Innersprings/ Sit. until Sunday Mot responsible for debts of
TI: 1 bedroom frame house, corner
Matte Allen Akrldge
.'Lja hIt.Mets double and restaurant. Apart- 1 473-4740 or 473-4152 after then 383 W. Court Shoe Repair after July
led by to account for ple to run a and Box Springs lot. Fenced back yard, new monUng ,
hitters had 2 singles
Dale Hass with a were triple anda the Cubs 4 hits. ment and utilities furnished U.S. I MAN or couple to live in with Drop 17* A Card or Call roof. 746 S. Westmoreland St. Washington, anytime. tfchg IS, 1967. Edward A. Hall. 8/3
Motel
add- only Come to To Rena elderly person. Call 533-2493. PALATKA EA 5-9168 >r phone 964-6975. tfchg Stp
homerun. Gary Rowe The losing Tigers had 301 North. Starke. tfchd HUNTERS Osceola National

ed another triple and Jack 2 hits a double by Lance :3tchg 7/27 MRS. PEGGY 81IALLEK Klngnley! Lake Forest privately owned FOR SALE Honda, phone

son Prevatt rounded the Seeding and a homerun by SINGERDIALoMATICCONSOLE 209 E. Adklns. St. campsites for sale as low as 782-3633.: ltchg
Over Furnished house $22,000.00,
bases! with a homerun as the 'Sdwln!: Conway. No. 356 Developers Stands, Agent $10 down. 11 miles N. ot.
for 9 acres clone In. Call for In- MODEL SEWING 13000.00 down, $15000: per Road 229 FOR SALE 3 bedroom
ball hard time catching
had a Jimmy Olssy pitched Sanderson on State
formation.No. MACHINE. Must place In nonth. A. J. Thomas, Realtor.Tel. frame house $4,500. 301
up with him. the Tigers allowing hits In. ''the heart of the forest. 259-
I your area. A-l shape. Zig- 004-3701. North. Phone 9647390.
Ed Conway downed 9 Met and serving up\ only 3 walks. 347 -- 4 Loots! Approx. Zags, makes button holes, 7652, ]Macclenny, Fla. Itp

i batters by strikeouts, while Scott; Akridge pitched for 110' by 300'. Planted In grass but. 4tchg 8'17
fancy designs sews on
Come see I and Ii l ::. R. Scogglna FOR SALE: John Deere "B"
Hass struck out 4 Tillers the winning Cubs giving up & ready to build on. Well & tons, appliques monograms ]
for yourselfthe served up 12 walks. onlv 2 hits. 4 walk*. and Septic tank. Buy one or all. etc. Sold new for, over $300. I Tractor 'arter, hyd. Lift. T
terrific I striking out 7 Tiger baUers.In MUST' SACRIFICE. Just ] BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY FOR RENT 1 bedroom Duplex disc, bottom plow, all for 1495;

buys on our The Yankees were heldscoreless No. 342 Priced Right! Cot. balance 63 pay$8 I'' Due to the death of my hus- Apt. completely furnished 1 row pull type corn picker,
$ or assume
doubleheaders tags S rooms with enclosed and air conditioned. Teachers J135; 30" cordwood saw $30;
i for three Innings by Monday's regular Will Lake! >and. an established Rawlelgh. ,
floor-
the Mets. on July 20, but pitting the Mets porch. Priced at $4400. older monthly machine payments.In trade. Call Fo* Safc At .... ] Route in Starke and Lawtey. and professionals preferred. 3' bottom drag plow on rub-
fourthto the first STROUT REALTY WILLIAMS 907 Apply 633 McAIahone: St. un- ber, $63; 6' ''brush chopper,
9 X 12 came on strong In the against the CUbs In credit COLLECT JEWELRY Contact Mrs. C. J. Hansen. I
I' win 102.: Th* M-etj!! Jumped name and the tongue-leading 2117 N. Temple Ave.. Stance, Jacksonville manager time., Myrtle Ave. Green Cove til Sunday morning, after $-15; 2-row cultivator, $100;

LinoleumRUGS to a one-run le3d In the Tigers against the Yankees In) Fla. f 1904)) D64-6609 Will deliver 353-1946 No obligation.any I Springs Fla. Ph. 2843461. then, 383 W. Washington, anytime '59 Chevy "8" station wagon.

: first inning when Gary Rowe the second game the> Cubs FOR RENT: 3 Bedroom 4t.chg 7-27 3tchg 8/10 tfchg i runs good -- $95. Logan, 1/4

I I led off with a triple and and Tigers came out winners House, unfurnished. Call 9618413. mile So. Waldo, U. S. 3O1. Itp

$3.99C. scored on an error on the In the first game the Cubs tf/chg FORCED TO SELL Owner FOR SALE Alvarez Store I.
next hitter's ground ball. surged ahead with a 7-run being transferred. Pay equity I air conditioned. Reasonable I.I.I.: FOR RENT furnished apt. CLERK-TYPIST! with abilityto

Another run was added:! In first Inning scored 4 more and assume mortgage. Con Phone 96&.1\093.\ 4tchg 8/11 D with living room, bedroom tile meet people on friendly FOR RENT 3 rooms and
H. the third inning when Haa In the second. and added:! 3 LOSE WEIGHT safely with crete block construction. 3 bath. kitchen, dinette. Com basis. Some experience desir bath furnished cottage. SIS

NasworthyFurniture singled advanced, to secondon more in the final 5th Inning Dex-A-Dtet Tablet Only 98ti: bedrooms, living room. dining pletely furnished and air con ed. Interesting varied work; Nona St. tfchg

a hit batsman, and movedto The Mets scored 5 runs in at Mitchell Drug. 6tp 7/31 room, kitchen' tile ''bath: Now Open For Business -. ditioned. Teacher and professionals good salary and other outstanding

andAppHances third when the next bat- their half of the flr.it. but screened porch, patio.. Landscaped -' Shoe Repair by Phillip, 121 J preferred. Apply 633 employee benefits.
FOR SALE 1961 Ford V-8! lot. McMahone St. until Sunday: Southern (Discount Company, FOR SALE IS ft. Sport-
,. shaded
ter walked then scored when were held scoreless from an! tree North Court Opposite Cour t
Lonnie Ellis grounded out to I there. runs good |293. J. R. Bulling- Call 964-7420. for appointment House. 3tp 8/<'3 morning after then, 383 W.WlLtIhtni'to" 116 N. Walnut Street Phone craft' Camper, fully equipped.Ph. 8/10 l.

first. I David Kuhn had a home- ton. .Itchg' tfchg .anytime. itfchg 964-5010. Itchg 904-6583.) Stchg
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TARKR.. FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 87. 1981Florida's

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i,! #VZORCOLLEG2fI 25 Years Alice McGarvey AgoBy



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"As a nation, Americana
Flamboyant, Go-Go Governor haven't 'been fighting: this war

-not by a long ahot. A comparative

Covers of the current Issues of tionable campaign funds (now I I rg0ic'k4 : handful of boys and

two national magazines are em the subject of a law suit), Kirk r officers have been fighting;
and eagerly. But at home the
bellished with flashy labels heralding soon set Tallahassee on its ear fighting hasn't even begun

articles on "Florida's Go- by: r yet. ,Most of America la earn

Go Governor," and "Florida's -Demanding a special sessionof lag big money eating well

Flamboyant Governor." the Legislature to rewrite the : A + rolling up new betting record!

Whether the articles will do Florida constitution, without "Y". at the horse races! dashing
the -, around the country ,"
much to enhance Governor Kirk's previously conferring with ( ,r

image as a possible candidate for President of the Senate or the Does was not'this written sound today familiar7It but

nomination for Vice Speaker of the House. .
the GOP
Is from Life
quoted magazine From l heft: Evelyn liesxelte 2nd l vi'o' prcnlili-nt; Ward
President is doubtful. Neither Is -Appearing at the InauguralBall of 25:
years ago
llfiwtto, president; T. It. Hahn, treuNiircr.; Katherine Stephens -
particularly flattering, thoughthe with a "mysterious" blonde
mvrotury. (Florence' Stuurt list vice' president, not In
Coronet article ended with companion with whom he romantically But 'the country and Brad

the comment, "He's so fun-loving, disappeared at mid- ford County was becomingwar photo.)

you have to like him." night, leaving affairs of state to BHandlng1 conscious growing with and changing Camp Art Association

Perhaps the Florida Legislature run themselves, while he and his :the society and economy

wished that the Governorwere companion later to become of our area Also some Nazi Elects Officers

a little less fun-loving whenhe Mrs. Kirk enjoyed a five-day saboteurs had slipped. into the

failed to show up Monday at cruise aboard the Wackenhut country recently by way of Officers for the newly organized in the new association, was Issued -

the opening of a special session Jacksonville Beach. A knitting Bradford County Art Association last Thursday to Gary A.
yacht.Getting class was started at St.iMark' were elected at a Farber of Starke. Other
himself excommunicated
he himself had called on the ( %
THOUGHT 1 HAD Church for
Episcopal
Churchfor meeting held lost Thursday charter members are: :Mrs.
the Episcopal .
the by
vital matter of financing
,
the of making warm
purpose night!; in the Civil Defense (Millie Simmons Mrs. Wilma
state's junior college program.As acquiring a new wife too soon N ENOUGH 'To GET 1M-- things for service men Mrs.. building at the Fairgrounds. Emanuel, Miss Donna Craven,

the legislators fretted over after his last divorce. R. J. Davis was the first pupilto President of the new organization Miss Joy R. Novak Mr and

being called away from their -Asking for a private police BuT'NOW finish her muffler it la Ward A. Bessette of Mrs. Carl Minx. Mr. and Mrs.

homes and businesses so soon force "to fight crime," financedby XKNOW DON'Ta measured 73 inches long! Keystone Heglhta; 1st VJce Peter J. Novak Leslie Libby
funds and using President is Mrs. Florence Jr.. Mlllard R. Judd all of:
after the recent 90-day session, private f A group of Girl Scouts hal (Stuart of Starke; 2nd Vice Staike: ; Mrs. Fremont Tolles
the Governor was in far-off private detectives. an outing at the Crystal Lake President Mrs. Evelyn Bessette Mrs. Henry Schuber. Mrs. Sara

California, communing under the -Doggedly defending his cam- cottage of the Frank Landrum Keystone; Secretary,, McDonald Kirs.! Suzanne

Redwood trees with Ronnie Reagan paign pledge of "no new taxes"in family. The girls, led by Rev. Mrs Katherine Stephens of Dwyer, all of Keystone

and "Tricky Dicky" Nixon. spite of conditions that madeit C. H. Allen and assistant leader KIngsley Lake; 2nd Treasurer, Heights; Mr. and Mrs A. E 7.
of Idalou Davis were: Betty Thompson B. Rahn, of Rai- Brandt of Gainesville; and
He did manage to get back to clear some new sources reve-
Ann Flynn Madge Brownlee Raiford.
Joseph A. Kauffman
Tallahassee Tuesday in time to nue must be obtained if educa- Idell Landrum, and Janet ford.The club presently has 23 President Bessette has caU-

veto the $21 million supplemental tion, health, agriculture and other Anderson. charter members and will con< ed a, meeting of the Executive

appropriation that both Demo programs were not seriously cur- tinue to receive charter mem- Board for 7:30 p.m. Thursday,
cratic and Republican leaders tailed. I The local American Legion berships for the next two or Aug. 3, at the Chamber of
'- Post ate hot dogs and potato three regular meetings Application Commerce office Topics to be
for the
considered necessary Jun- These are the irresponsible actions
chips and drank colas whlo for membership shouldbe discussed' at this time will be
ior college program during the taken with great "Savoir "First In Education" they debated whether or not sent to the Treasurer, Mr. plans for various work pro-

next biennium. faire" to be sure that have it was patriotic to hold the Rahn, whose mailing address jects and Instructional activities -

Although Kirk has denied that somehow endeared the Governorto county fair during war time. !is Box 221, Ralfurd Fla. to be recommended to the

he is actively seeking the Vice his following in the state and Governor Spessard L. Holland The first Life Membership full meeting on August 17. It
FARMER'SBack DIARYbest later settled the mabter withan is hoped to be able to start
)
Presidential nomination, all of his have (according to some polls
actions indicate otherwise. What increased his popularity until 'official' OK.' Young Men UrgedTo some form of actual painting
Named to the House and sessions", as soon as a program
other purpose could his junketsto now by some mysterious magic home again after a things in this world. Grounds Committee were H. Apply For is adopted.It .

Washington and California of press agentry he is being two week's vacation In New We also had lobster e. coupleof A. Carlton S. A. Weldon, and was decided to hold regular -

have served? Certainly he did talked of in terms of Vice Presi- Jersey and New York, which times -broiled or boiled W. B. Sewell. They were responsible Service AcademiesYoung meetings on the 'third

not seek advice from General dential material. Included Jet flight from but needless Newark Airport, to Jacksonville .I per helping you don't have It building other than regular men In Bradford
Eisenhower, President Johnson, But in spite of all the fancy In the Incredible time of three times a day. meetings. Among those using County Interested in being appointed -

Ronald Reagan, and Richard Nix facade, the SEP writer concludesthat one hour and forty-five min the hall were he Red Cross, to one of the nation's Job Counseling

on on how to run the affairs of ", the fear is that all of utes. To: one who Is used to Our trip by air was the first aid, Ambulance Corps and three service academies are Service OfferedTo

r Florida. His time could have been Kirk's brave notions are in dangerof potting around his area in the first commercial flight we've the plans called for the hall to being urged by Congressman Vets

\ much better spent in Tallahassee, going the way of the Kirk Plana Puddle Jumper at a sedate ever taken, end we'd say if be used as an operating room Don Fuqua to make applica Vietnam
rate of 55 mph It was an un- you only'' have two weeks to In case of emergency, so must Lion
j doing his homework in prepara- ( grandiose scheme he once devised said that he will M T. Dixon, of the Fla.
.Xorgetable experience as it spend up north that lit is the be kept as spotless as possible. Fuqua
tion for the upcoming special leg- to rehabilitate the entire of Veterans Affairs.
,
I I was about 500 miles faster best way to go. You get to name at least one appointee to Dept.
islative sessions. Latin-American economy). His than we were used to going By Sam McGarveyopen \ your destination before you Gasoline rationing had just Annapolis, West Point, and to urges veterans of the Vietnam -

With his usual show of "mod- call for constitutional revision, and a drama unfold. have a chance to realize It, gone .into effect and the local the\ Air Force Academy in era who are unemplcy-
local Vet-
I esty," Gov. Kirk is quoted in the for instance, has simply been lost; Spent several days In the and the return trip is over board, under clerk Dempsey January. ed to contact their Represent.ative .
Mountains and no- ,hours instead, of days. Sapp, handed out 2,071 "A" Fuqua said that his policy eran Employment
SatJ.J.r.daY..evel1ing. ... osLarUcle-as. jaornew herein.the .wind._ Aside Catsklll .. Clam.a-wel-.t.he..omer of the within in the local State Employment
such
to make appointments
ticed that the corn up there he had his But right noW' we're-glad to cars), for regular passengeruse. is
local his day for Sam as
Kirk from of corruption for
that he Bobby cases
saying ( ), merit, and that each appli Service Offices
Totals Issued by areaswere on
at the at old slow
1 was only knee-high fill of Llttlenecks which, he be back our pace .
j Kennedy, and Fidel Castro are all war on crime has been noted ; Starke 1,329; Brooker, cant is required to take a Job counseling and employment
!time of our visit. That section considers to be one of the in our home again
about the same age and "the more for its flash and roar than Is only about 100 miles 83; Liawtey, 139; Reno 43; physical examination as wellas placement.

three of us, now, represent the for any important victories. Whatis from teeming New York City. Graham 33; Hampton, 08; a Civil Service test t to determine Employment counseling and

three alternatives for the world in more, caught by his pledge to and yet It Is sparsely settled Camp Blending 376 and four their qualifications. testing is provided when
from for referral
noted that men and priority
He young needed
the future." It is easy to see who hold taxes at their present levels, and each day we saw
the Governor considers as the Kirk is faced with the prospectof coming out of the woods to .. "cold bolt" of lightning sidered' on the basis of this Ing programs and Job open-

destined saviour of the world as, a financial crises. He has already browse in the fields.Into The the For Today's Homemakers, .9.l struck one end of 'ithe Unit B Information and their high Ings for eligible veterans with,

in the next breath, he implies announced that he will be 60s temperature at night dipped although It was I ... of Bradford County High school records of leadershipand first consideration given ta

that he is the anointed ohe to cutting educational frills a warm ano sunny in the after- By Martha Sue :McCain School and did about $100 scholarship. the disabled veteran.
.
that has raised \1 damage.A "We have a number of applicants This is a service renderedby
the country from "the Ken chilling proposal
save ;
noons. County Extension 4. at
I for these academies United States Departmen -
the
.
the Johnsons and the the chance of a statewide teach-
nedys ,
Economics furnished room in the present with each district allowed of Labor and administered -
Agent
Home
ers' strike." One official is quotedas In and around New York .
Humphreys. N county could be rented for a limited number of ap by the State Employment
observing "The tragedy hereis City the air was sultry and.: a -. alternatesare
: However
week.
The Post comments that Kirk from, $250 to $3.50 per pointees. Service.

"materialized virtually out of nowhere that we have a man, quite an haze most of of the smog time.hung In fact over we It GOOD DAY! SALAD DAY. ned fruits as port: of the liquid given consideration slot for
ambitious chunk who is awfully salads for add- Taxes have been with us vacancies other than the
-
an obscure financial entrepreneur crossed the George Washlns- An attractive. main dish In gelatin nominated.We Need For Fishing
which are
and they
from Jacksonville"and long on personality but, alas, on bridge several times but salad for luncheon, a pretty ed flavor. since recorded history for to see two DependsOn
pleased License
were
"with somewhat short on substance." because of fruit salad for your dinner -For large molds cut the 'probably always caused arguments
won the Governorship visibility was poor we were InterestedIn
men
flve ago young
Twenty- years
this is the who has air pollution and the Hudson or a luscious frozen dessert liquid to 1 and threefourthscups this method Three ThingsFresh
little more to commend him thana And man when you're party for 1 package fruit-flav- an attempt by the state was selected> by
salad
huge, unflagging grin, swash- the audacity to consider himself a River was practically obscured. minded- planning.: How easy I it Is' to ored gelatin, or 1 envelope made to assess real property this year" he added water fishermen\. are
notions about what he'd Vice Presidential possibility As a result, we rut 100 per cent of value. It The Congressman said that
buckling there thanwe find Just the. right salad for unflavored gelatin. reminded by W. T. McBroom.
like to do as chief executive, anda Incredible! even if it were the do heat here more at home.up every occasion! The almost -Prepare large gelatin was found that counties assessed.valuation lit the he wanted every young man Chairman. Florida Game and

style of life reminiscent of not for the chilling realizationthat limitless ways to combine the molds a day ahead of nerving state varied In 23 the cent to interested in the these appointments Fresh Water Fish Commission -
from per to have opportunityto
Fitzgerald's Great Gatsby." Vice Presidents, in several We saw thousands upon tho- mineral ,and vitamin-rich so they will be thoroughlyset 65 per cent In the attempt to be considered and. urged that the need for afishing

After winning the election with instances down through history, usands of peple, but few cattle We foods make which their preparation go into a salad easy -FlU before molds unmoldlng.as full as possible standardize at 100 per cent that they write today for the three license things Is dependentupon where

the aid of some $75,000 in ques have become Presidents!II did even see in one the flock countryside.of sheep and fun. From, a nutritional for easy nnmolding. valuation were the raised state from assessments $ 2E-! necessary Those application interested form.are requested you fish how you fish and

but not a single hog or evena standpoint: and because sal- -For large molds moistenthe 108,837 to $2.126.823.848.Bradt'ord to write to Congressman your age.
Stock ads are such delicious food" surface of the gelatin, 122J, If you leave the county In
solitary phlcken. assessments Room
I A New Package Of Traffic Laws"Just raising has apparently all but bl them.?ees, they ere becoming and the serving plate and rose about County 220 per cent. Longworth Don Fuqua House Office which you reside or fish In
and more Important unmold as directed above. the established fish
more of
there, except D.C. one
disappeared up Total tax, Including. real, per- Building, Washington
in the daily menu When the two surfacee are management areas you needa
for the Wall Street area, for both
what did the Legislaturedo have given his consent to submitto picture. wet it's easy to center the sonal and railroad license.
of schools;
where there are plenty the general fund and
that was good?" That ques- a chemical test to determinethe ''bulls" left.Another There are certain basic mold. Remove excess moisture rose from $48,784 In 1940-41) Dramatic Film If you fish In your home

tion is frequently asked these alcoholic content of his blood. principles\ of salad making with a towel.8urround molds >to $31,367 In 1941-42. Sponsored By county by any method! other
that are well worth KeepingIn large with a cane pole for
days of the 1967 Florida Legisla- New legislation also gives the impression of our mind. with salad greens after un- Hampton BaptistsHeralded than commercial purposes
trip that is st.ronaIs! that non -
ture which adjourned last week Governor authority to contract people In the metropolitanNew Serve Salads Like This: molding: they may break If ened. Add additional milk If as a new dimension you need a license.
"occomps.nlm.ent unmolded crisp greens.
without doing anything to relieve with federal state, and private York City area all live salad"-As to an be eaten with the Individual on molds may be necessary. !in free-world strategy, If you are under the age of
so close together all lammed :: 5 Pour batter Into greased Die For." a 15 or a. resident over the age
the ad valorem tax: load and with agencies in seeking benefits of main course or to garnish turned out directly on "Something To
where or
up !in houses or apartmentswith 8-inch square pan. dramatic molon picture pro- of 65 regardless of
nothing much substantial in the the Federal Highway Safety Act the meat platter. Sometime greens. crumbled blue do not
scarcely enough room 6 Sprinkle duced In Singapore will be how you fish you
of 1966 for Florida. salads are served as a first SURPRISENow
way of help for education. for a person to turn ground! are ready for a cheese and toasted sesame shown Sunday July 30, at need a license.
take look at five- Florida became the fourth You may well Imagine whata course appetizer.As salad"or you well, seed over batter. 7:30: pm. at the Hampton All non-residents except
dish salad you
Well let's a a "main good recipe-
a 425decrees
state in the South to adopt theDriver's relief It was for us to get salad and 7, Bake in hot oven [ Baptist Church. children under the age of 15
favrite
point traffic safety package that which 50 of trees "salad plate. serve your for 20 to 25 minute. In
License Compact home to our acres -As a "dessert! saJad" or to go along with it try this According to the producers need a license to fish
'State Treasurer' and Insurance provides for Interstate exchangeof and greenery. "party salad." Sesame Cheese Corn Bread.It Serve hot. Makes 9 squares purpose of the film, is to show Florida's fresh waters.

Commissioner Broward Williamssays information on convictions of Remember These salad is very tasty with salad. the students of Asia and the
However, some people like anything. I rest of the world that tho -
most
makes Florida number one traffic offenses. pointers: soup or Adjustable Vinyl BOOK -
the bustling city life like chilled and think Its about the best tex Christian faith has vital integrity -
been -Use only HAMMONDORGAN
The state has also -
in the nation in this field. approved Sam's sister-in-law Char Cover AU sizes 30 cent ea. for times such as this.
salad ured corn bread I have ever
One new law requires every licensed as being in full compliancewith lotte. They mved to the suburbs crisped Greens should greens never extend tried. at The TeJurapb It tells the story of two STUDIO

driver to be reexaminedevery the National Highway Safe- not long 'ago, and when beyond the edge of the SESAME. CHEESE Chinese high school students Factory Authorized

four years, beginning July ty Act of 1966, thereby becoming Sam remarked on it, she said. plate. Excess greenery can CORN BREAD THE BlUnT POINT for the and their desperate search for Hammond Organ
eligible for 5.6 million dollars in "Oh no. We're not out in the write. Come In truth.
1, 1970. dwarf a salad1. Two tablespoons sesame the way you Scales. &: Service)
Other laws in the package include matching Federal funds, 40 per country. The railroad tracksare _Try for color flavor form seed toasted; :2 I cups enriched and select your favorite ES- The film Is being sponsoredIn Learn to play the easy -r

issuance of photographic cent of which is for county and along our back yard, and and texture contrast when self-rising corn meal: one- TERBROOK fountain pen. this area by the Hampton 110 N. W. 10th Av*

drivers' licenses by the Depart- city participation.The there fire station Is. a police right station around end the combining salad ingredients. half cup sifted! enriched self- TELEGRAPH Baptist Church. Oftlaoovtlle Shopping_ Oerts

ment of Public Safety, starting State Treasurer's office corner." She likes noise, and -AlwayS chill canned rising flourI: : tablespoons
fruits and vegetables. sugar: 1 egg', slightly beaten,
July 1, 1970; raising the age for has given deserving praise to the would be scared to death if
canned fruits on fourth melted shortening
-Drain one cup
obtaining restricted driver's licenses Legislature, the Governor, the she lived out in the quiet paper towels; vegetables in a or oil: one and fourth The Bradford County Telegraph J

from 14 to 15 years, and Citizens Safety Council of Florida country as we do. cupS milk one fourth cup ESTABLISHED 1879

requiring the person occupyingthe and the Florida Federation of sieve.Arrange any salad on a crumbled blue cheese. A
minor to Safety Councils for their aid in METHOD E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher
front seat beside a chilled plate for[ bowl] in. a 5U

be at least 21; semi-annual inspection pushing this program to comple One thing we enjoyed wasa simple manner. Avoid a clut- 1 Toast sesame seed under G Florida's Oldest Weekly... Newspaper! Published ContUoualy
at theatre
play we saw a
of motor vehicles for tered effect. broiler about one minute. 1547 Under The Same Moat Head
tion.These which was part of a large
brakes, horn, steering mechanism, new laws, given time to shopping center. Stock companies -CombIne or arrange sal- Seeds should be deep brown.

windshield wipers, directional signals become effective, should prove a put on plays there. ads Just before serving for a and 3 Combine corn meal flour, Puba.hed each Thursday and entered a* Second Class Matter at the Post Offles
sugar.
and tires, beginning in June potent package in reducing traf- Just as they used to do for fresh appetizing Salads appearance. 3 Blend melted shortening at Btulte. Florida under Act of March 3rd. 1879. '
Pretty Molded: egg
1968. fic accidents. Our highways, so many years all over the cun-
aren't trickyto or oil and 1 milk.
molds cup
try and It was a treat to Gelatin in trade : 1 '''.00; 6 months, 92.25
One new law deems the holderof important to our state's economy prepare but a few Mo'sand 4 Add liquids to dry in- uboeripttaiu area year
a Florida driver' license to will be safer places to travel. once again see the house 'don'ts' may be helpful: gredlenta and mix lightly\ until Ontelda trade area I 1 year. ".:SO; 6 month. $3.BOBRADFORD
the curtains
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CUT GREEN BEANS 2/25 2' CLEANER 29 2
No. 303 Can GREEN GIANT
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PEAS with ONIONS 31' 2'
CLEANER 57 2i
No .303 Can WHITE ACRE
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No. 303 Can STANDARD Regular SizeCOMET

,TURNIPS GREENS IT 1W 1 CLEANSER 17 Y2
No. 303 Can THRIFTY MAID 15-oz.

SPINACH : : : : .. 15' 2i TEXIZE PINE OIL 43 2* 5
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18-oz. KELLOGGS 4 JAM 39 4 ,aI
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12-oz. POSTRAISIN BRAN CEREAL 39 4 t APPLE BUTTER _: 332

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8-oz. Pkg. CEREALCAPTAIN CRUNCH 37* 2 SIOUX BEE HONEY 95*! 4


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BRADFORD COPNTY TELEOKAPn: ? FLORIDA' THURHOAY 3VW 21. 1967
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,y.y..TYY.YYY9 anil 1 MI-B tj; C 11I1\'IS..f l .Ja> ksonvuie All: ana AIM H. H. Hamilton Lynn> during the weekend. NOTICK OF HITKNTION TO OTHER CONTINGENCIES $ 1Q0.4, TAXABLf

her aunt Mrs }X. A. I have returned from an extended With MK Ft. E. Lee at the nnat Notlco,,-r la R FICTITIOIM hereby given' WA! thai>I'':: TOT.il. BUVOETED KXPENDITURE8: $3,216.4.: ; NAJtW DESCRIPTION( AMHEXHKIRXKMPT VALUE' ) C

LAWTEY Cruce and nephew Etigrcne: trip to New York Sunday School plcnla wera hi)l' the undersigned, under tho provision levy 5 mills
and children also of Jacksonville -. Indiana, Ohio Illinois and mother Mrs.\ O. L. Peterson! of Chapter 30,9119 Law< Proposed Randall Quinn Price Lot t, 10, 11, 11 OfBlk 0 1,000

and Mr. Clark's motherMrs. Wl. ?onsln. They visited of Arlington, two sisters and or Florida with. Act.the of Clerk 11141 of, w thCircuit 'IIriRlKior I hereby certify that this is a'. true and correct copy of S/I Unit 8 In 1 Corllotta

By Knza Blunchord L,. U Clark of Stark friends and relatives in each children* Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Court In and for Bradford the General' Fund, Appropriation Budget adopted by the Town August C. ITarrero Lot 1 A 3 of Blk 4 0 GOO

air.\ and Mrs: Bill Patrick state. Whetsell, Richard and. Robin proof County.of publication Florida of thin upon notion Council at its regular meeting; July 10, 1967 held at. the Community Corllotta Unit 1

.. .LAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AMrs. and children visited her aUiorMra. Gayle Shuford is visiting her and, Mrs. James Trescott, the. flrtltlouii. mima. of TUB Center' Brooker Fla Tommy ,B. Cox Lots 1, 3. 3, 4 A S 0 1,250

GeOl ge * ( : RESTAURANT. U. of Blk 5 CorllottaBD'

visiting her slst; Mrs. Pearl family In Green Cove Springs Augustine this week. her aunt Mra. C. E. Titusof H. 1101 South Stark, Fin.Jame Tommy E. Cox
H. Earnest. p. O. BOY Haael HarrellShirley Lot 6, 7 of' Blk G.OOO 11,000
Soiiker, in Orlando anil relatives the first part of last week. Rev. Tommy Howe and fam- Hawthorn and a cousin, Mrs.\ 414 gtarke. Fla. sola. owner. Town Clerk I D Corllotta SID

in Plant City last w ak.Mr. After their meeting on WednesdAY ily were visiting :Mr. and Mrs Gary Hunt also of Hawthorn.Mrs. Dated till 3rd day of Juir A. 7-20 2t 7-2 L. Tetstone Lots 13 A 18 of Blk 0 100I

: and Mrs. Clifton !SriHh evening the MY/F/ and George L. Shuford on Satur J. R. Devore and O.County 1H67, Florida.at .Stark, Bradford I 5 Corllotta; Unit 1

I and Prisctlla Tanner were those In charge enjoyed an ice daughters and Mrs. R H. f, 7/8 4tp 7/27 ivoTicn or 1l1U\RING 'IT.d D. BiajhamRalelfh Lots I, 3 A 3 of Blk B.OOO 1,800

visiting Mr Smith a brother. cream social at 'the parsonage dayMr.. and Mrs Charles Sterling Flitch visited Mrs. Lillian 'rho Board of Kualtantlon of the Town of :Brooker. Brad 7 Corllotta' Unit 1

in-law and sister Mr. and Mis. there were 18 present and and children, Mr. and Futch and family In Clay Hill IN: THre rmri-iT roniT I1* ford County Florida will hold a meeting In the Town Hall-Corn Raulenon Lot B 8 of Blk 7 0 1100
AD FOIL \UFORO COUNTY. munity Center at BrooKer on AuirnHt 7. 10H7 .at 8-00: P.M. to Corllotta Unit 1
had nice Wne.C1flTRCJ1 .
Blllie Baldwin In Bennett a they a Mm. Edward Grlffla end during the week. KLOIIIll.li hear any and all elttsens and 'thelf, complaint1 as pertain to Victor R. Jones Lot 11 A 12 of Blk 7 0 lOt
Point S. C. over aha 'weekend. ACTIVITIESGrace !' children and Mr. and Mrs. W CIVIL ACtION thn assessment. and evaluation of the real. nrooerty within the Corllotta Unit 1

Brenda Bennett Is visitingher Methodist: Sunday C. Hardce attended the |,\K-nlr CASH' NO. lOll town limit and the mlllaire" rate tOo be affixed. thereto for Ad Howard R. Corl Lot S & 4 of Blk 8 0 IIOD
J. C. PREVATT. JR. and wlf Valorem Tax .
purpose
unIt and aunt !Mr. anJ School 9:43: Worship a.m. given by St. Mary's Craft last OENEV113VB PREVATT. Corllotta Unit 1

Mrs. Alli'ii Carter In Jacksonville and 8 p.m., Choir practice Saturday.Mrs. Plaintiff, fI Taxable:< Harlon Hodr Lot B A 8 of Blk 8Corllotta B.OOD 150

Wednesday 7 followed by and MIH J\MCHHeil. Unit 1
this week. p.m. A. C. Pearre MELVI.V
:> B. FtJTCH. ET AL., Carl Hodge Lot -7 A 8 of Blk 8 G.OOO 8111
Mrs Hester Hicks, Mr. and MYF. Troy Bennett attended the Defendants.. Name UeacHptlon"IV Jl.JfR1pt) Value Corllotta Unit I

Mrs\ O. J. Ande.,". the Glenn First- BRl'tlst-: Sunday\ dedication of Morgan Roa t ; sT, I Order at Publication. and >otlcor OeorK o. Pierce Lot 9 A: 10 11 A G.OOO 1,8GO
Unit In the flan of Shestate
Shuford family, Jlr. and Mi';. School 10 a.m., WorshIp 11 Chapel last week. of Florida" ')'01* V.. r. HtntnakerVT. rn.n ". "' n' i'..,. 0 $1 on" 12 of Blk I Corllotta

William Wolfe and sons were a.m., Training Union 7 p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Ronny Mi- The following;: tt for 17 a* pf Bin of N1 Unit 1

dinner guests of Mrs. Anders Midweek services Wednesday Clellan and son of Sylvania:, 3. Clan A defendants the unknown .- the*,.* run W Kl) A. 11'. McDavid 8W>4 of NW44 0 ".8GO
heir, devisees; grantees.legatees .
and Mrs. Hicks' brother and 8 p.m. Ga. spent the weekend with Honors creditor and ito tf 'PI 60 ft S (tit "

elstel'-ln'iLw! Mr. And :Mrs. Dan i his parents Mr. and Mrs. L. M other claimant by, through under to POT .. .
Church of God Sunday .
\ O. ITarrnlltaf T.nh 1 U 13
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against each Lacy R. 8.300
or
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Parrish in Baldwin on Wed- McClellan.] On.. Tuesday they r .
School 10 It I1lk 1'1 '
a.m., Worship de '
Ovid Futon
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e': c.'J.d : Clay Electrlo Co-Op About S A a* deo InDeed 0 17,600
neHday: of last week. a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Y.P.E.!: visited Six: Gun Territory.Mrs. each lute of Hlllfibornuirh. Hnrrelf. Lots I. 4 of nik 000 in' Bk SI Page 99
The. Wolfe's reurneU to their Rossie Reddish U; visit County, Florida. Onnle R. '/* I Parker
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Tx>ts 6. 8. 7 I. B. 10.850 and Deed Bk 62 Pa
Prevail deceased R. M. Pre
Del. her son-in-law and daughter Blk in In Ward ( 79 and Other .
home m Wilmington, meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. ing vatt.. deceased and Gertrude easemnt -
aftia visit of several days > : Sunday Mr. and Mrs.]\ George Guth- Futch, also known all MarGertrude lit that part. of and rlght-of-:
Highland Baptist lying N of Lots 8 way and otherproperties
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deceased
wih< Mrs Wolfe's mother Mrs. School 0:45: a.m., Worship 11 all in Baltimore Md. late of Bradford Futch County, FlorIdlk. each- A of Blk 11 lit contained

Hester Hicks and other rela- a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Choir Mr. and Mrs. George La t- A I tweenlo.t A In the corporal limit -
inger of Daytona Beach visit- And to the following Clam B lotte Ave. of Brooker, Via.
6:30 Prayer
tivesMrs Joyce Futch was :In practice : p.m., ed their sisters Mrs. Battle defendants; the Florida Lane .T. R. !Ifott, T.ot 11 of Blk 1* On'' Seaboard Airline RT Easement right-of- 0 21,943
meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. and Immigration Company a and other
way pvoprtle -
Sinn Pres- By Lynn Hamilton M. R. !Mott Lot 10 of nm 18 0
Allddlpburgr Saturday evening Teresa Devore was honoredon Darley and Miss Florida corporation, whose contained
V-here she attended the wed- her 9th birthday anniversary cott. With them: were Mr. and Evlnrude DealerCIIANGK charter hall expired, and all Unknown R. A. Colaonf. BTk",1' *. It, 0 0.250 within the corporal

ding of Miss\ Nancy Floar and with a party given by her Mrs. Richard Bennett and Mrs. tinder or against claimant It,by through Chicago N. O. Hayes. jr. tots 2. 9, 10, of 0 J.9SO Fla.limits of Brooker,

Harry Taylor. Mr. Taylor'sparents mother Mrs. J. R. Devore and Kersey of Holly Hill. On Florida Association, whose R. A. Colson' Ixrt 4, 5, 8, 7. 8
0 4.980 North Fla. Tel. Co. Basement
Mr. and Mrs. Harry afternoon, they all members, partner buslnas' rltrM-6-f- 0 18,000
!
Thursday
Linda. Games were enjoyed by OF PACE: : :agents:: representatives, office YilklI way and other prop- ,
Taylor are former residents, of the 11 guests and prizes were attended the family get to- lNCUFaS,; Ft'N and. place at business I I. unknown O. n. Oreen. Tots 1. 2. 11, 1J 0 8:1,600: ertle contained

Lawtey. awarded to Douglas Jonea and gether and fish fry at the ,' and all unknown claimants liIkIO .. within the corporate

Jack Wainwright and family Debra Jordan. The birthday home of Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Water skiing and fishing. against by. said through Chicago, under FloridaAssociation. or. R. A. ColnonIQran 20 Lots 8, 6, 7, R of 0 4,480 Kla.limits of, Brooker.

of Waycross. Ga. were visiting cake, cup cakes ice cream and Prescott and Lonny Prescott Water skiing and flsMog. Too Hod**.* T.ntllt.: 4. 9,' 10' of 1.800 Southern Oil A: NW, of NWU EX 1 0.800
IMr.\ and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright punch were served. The party on Kingsley Lake. many outboard owners fall Into Also. to each of the followingdntandnta 20 Chemical Co. A N of RYW. -.,

the first part of last table was covered with a Mr. and Mrs. Maines Oilffls i this rut. Granted It's nota dead or. alive not to-wit known: Edward!: to be T. R. Plnholster Kst. Lot lot Blk SI BO't 0' Ooo C. Stahiakr 10) 310' of N 827 of II,000 .,no

week, "Happy Birthday" table cloth.Teresa's and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Grit t.s bad rut to be In, but your N. Dlckeraon. and If married, Philip Jones.. Lot 11, 12 Blk 0 1.760 SWfc of SW4ii. \

Visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. D. I grandmother Mrs. R and their children of Palatka boat opens the door to dozensof his unknown spouse. ., !Thoma" JHurrln C., P. STelvtn Lot 2 of Blk SI 0 400 M. Lewi All Eq *r 8V, of :aw 4,400 0
and If his
married unknown -
WilliInion. 'i( N of Rr EX B!i :200NU
Clark on Saturday were her H. Futch was also there for were visiting Mrs. Nellie other family activities. poue Jenneete 13. Bur- R. A. Colnon. lot... S. 4. IfI. (I, 7, 0 8.850 ft. '
Mra.' Palsy Boch afrf A change of pace is usually tin, and If married, her unknown I. 10 of Blk II H. J Black .
brother-in-law) and sister Mr this\ happy occasion:! of SWU\ EX El
-- -,- .. I just what the doctor ordered, spouse C. C. Harris, A. I* Green 'J. Lots 1, 2, 4. 9, 1,780 3A 0 8,860
Erasmus O. Hill Frank Oaurr. -
II, 11 of Blk 22
the Bvlnrude News Ser- .... If ottle Edward
says and married his Unknown -
E 200 of that 2,250 0
Tenth 8ow..11 Lots 5. 6, 7, 8 pf 0 2,460 part of
vice. When return to spouse, B. H. Alden. and
you your 22 8% of I swv\ of awy
If married. his unknown spouse. J 5 of RYSW'C
/ be
old favorltelJthey'U even If alive., and If any of them b. L. L. Parker 'om at "SW' Cor 0 500 Southern Oil A
E Two Good Buys more enjoyable. dead, then to the unknown living RR'.4 of SWVi A: .- Chemical Co. riW A of 8WH\ of 0 89,400
: Give an evening cruise a devisees heirs granteosif'gata.a N 80 ft for \%af : 2 A In 810cor (;]

try. You'll be surprised how honors creditor, and! Cont N 190 ft R EX RWa 8W4? of UVV'A
other claimant* under or ft. S (40 ft. W 460
.. different a. familiar lake IsateI' against each such deceased. defendant N 60 ft. W tOO ft. Clyde Cone of ssf4? EX AD 0 3,060

dark. This la especially POB to C. Melvin C. U Atkinson Lot* 1. 3, A 10 of Blk 0 760
all unknown
Alno to
persona Harley T. Shaw One lot BO ft N 0 1 In Ward City
: popular on hot summer nights. claiming any Interest In or lien
In Office Equipment Combine a cookout with on tho following land In Bradford by 100 ft K lit W Ruby AHun Lota 3, 4, Elk 1 Ward 2,800 0
County Florida. to-wit: MW cor of SB: '" City
boating. Take along the char The Northwest Quarter of the SWU G. T. Teston Lot S of Blk 1 Ward
coal grill from home or InvestIn Northeast. Quarter (NW\% of A. B. Adam Com 119 ft. H of 0 City 0 110

Every Business Needs a small hfbachL Pick out a NE '4) of Section 21.'Township cot of SE\% of Srun' \\ Mrs. J... A. Oreen Lot II of
: 6 South. Range 22 East, by A R 91 ft. N "/0 R. H: Blk 1 Ward 0 360
Orson
beach and ashore. Jr.
pleasant go through, under or against each ft. W 91 ft. S ::113 City
Mont people have a. natural nnd, every said known named to pt of BBC C. L. Atkln'soa Lot 9 of Blk 1 Ward 0 all 0

interest In what type of birds Class A and Claus B defendant, ,Cecil C, Melvin 1... Beg 6iO' B of 8W 0 250 City
what you and each. of you are hereby SEEK: of SWH 'Church ot nest In the area or typesof notified that a suit ha. been
H 119' N 240' City
of run t't'of
flowers are most common. brought against" you and each
you by J. C. Preyatt, Jr. and 119' 8 240' to Tucker Lot f Jf. 3, BID! 8. 8,600 II
With the aid of a pocket Clenavlev. Prevatt his wife a. EX. lot... In NB cor Ward C'ltv"? '

guidebook, priced at around plaintiff, and also a..alnllltheir icAw, Ethel Hues l--4--: ; of Blk 1 In
ro-pareerners Annll Futch David W. Orson. Com at SB cor of BW 0 160 Ward I 0 260
$1.00 in most bookstores you City
and Margaret Futch., Ms wife,.I 14 A run \V 228' for I Mr*. a. W. Sapp
i can. go on a nature-cruise. Van Fntch and Helen Futch his FOB Cont W 60' N Lot 1, 3 of Blk 3 GOD SO
Keep a log of the various wife, Mr. Lacy R. Futch, Sllai, 240' E 60' 8 aG>)' to Ward City
.1. Futch Melvin B.: Futch, and POtS A. F. )McDavid! Lots 7, 8, 9. 10 illk 0 1.000
species you see. Mildred Patch to partition the a Ward City
Ernest Russ Fracl Blk 9 2,900 0
Take a photography cruise. above described land between W. Jtf. LawrTion But
Select a particularly scenic said plaintiffs! and their said Fredereo B. Cothren Blk 10 0 l.'00 c/o l\In. I. L. \Vard Lot S City, C. of Bile 3 I,259
co-parcerners and .ald Class A Polly Clark Lots 1 I of BIle 11 1,650 0 Wallace
: area and bring along cameras defendants. and to subject. the V. J. Basar a of Blk 11 0 1,850ChurchBaptist' W.ai.
Lot ItuthLawnon
01 Lots S, 8 of BIle 3 la
and plonlty of film. Keep a Interests all co-paroernars ,to 0 600
an equitable lien In favor of Lota 4. 8, 9, 10. 11 12 0 Ward City
logbook' of each picture taken. plaintiffs and atlfy the .same of Blk 11 In Ward c/o David L;

After the pictures are developed from the proceed of any partition CItyC. MoodyMra.

and put in a scrapbook. sale and to quiet the title S. M. Molt EW of Fracl Blk 5 800 0
to of said' plaintiffs thulr (aid cqpoTeerners I* Atkinson Lot t, 1 of Blk 11 2.S50 0 EX: W 144' In Ward
I II. you have a complete guide : and :said Class A defendants byes A. Castlen Lot 5 of Blk 11 S.150 0 City

the area. to said !land Interent against lien Pete Hodgre Lot 1 A 2 of BIle 13 2.B50 0 J. T. 'Baas W 184' of EH of 1,500 0
another the right, title
Boat-camping Is and claim of each laid Class U In Ward City Fracl Blk 5 lot

popular activity. Most camp- defendant, ) and you are herebY Robert 1. Jones Lots 10 11 12, of Blk 1,050 0 8, 9, 10. 18, 17, 18,
I Ing equipment (air mattresses, ummonsed ana q r"fJl "fft: 13 In Ward City 19 of Blk 3 In Ward

sleeping bugs, etc.) can be or before August 8, Pearl Markey Lots' 8. 7, 8 of BUt 12 ,800 0 City
Model\ your answer or other defense I to In Ward City
Photo-Copier rented from sporting goods the office of the State Dept. ofAgriculture W% of Fracl Blk 8 0
; Speed-O-Print 9-A or marine dealers. What youcan't Clark said suit of In said Court at Stark, I. P. Baxterj Lot. 8, 4, I. 1 of BIle 1,050 0' ,. A all Fred Blk 8 oW
12 In Ward City
Florida.and. to serve copy Mm 7 KX lot 8. 9,
rent improvise. For your there of upon plaintiff. attori. harla B. Kelly Lot 1. 2, 11, 13 of a S.200 10 & 11 all lot
: Factory has just announced price increase to $109.50 first overnight, stay close to eye. Thero-n A. Yawn and. Holl.. Blk la In Ward City. 12, 13. 14. 19 of Elk

home. V. Knight whose aidre" I Is Por I tva M. Douglas Lots 8, 4 of BIle 11 0 BOO, 8 In Ward City *. at*.
: on this model We still have two in stock at the old DrllwJ F, Btarke, Florida, In Ward City between same

If you want to Join In on otherwise, the allegations of the F. It. Douglas Lots 9, lOot Blk 18 4,100 0 J. K. Hardy. Lot 8, 9, 10 A. 11 of 0 3.700
price of .. .. ", the newest summer pprt. give complaint will be taken a* con In Ward City Blk 7 Sits. between
tossed by you.
skin diving a try. A snorkel It U hereby ordered that Eva Ilarrell Lot 1 A I of Blk 14 8.180'H. ( same

,breathing device, swim fin and this Notion. shall be publisheS( C. Douglas Lot II, 8, 7, 8 of Bile 0 4.900 Mr*. S. M. Mott Lot. 3. 4. S, 8, 7, 20 1700 0
4 A 31 of Blk 8
iinoe a week for the) next
a face musk can be purchijeU consecutive weekly Issue ot 13 Winnie Hod Lot 1 2 of BlkI
i R. A. Colaon Lot 8 12 of BIle 14 0 610 ? I.IGO'
$9950
: i for around 1000. The Bradford County Telegraphi. 0/0 Truby Nudge Ward City
r publish R. A ColsonMr Lot 8 I 10 11
cf
: qualified newspaper 0 3,450
.. id In Bradford County Florida ink lIS. Church. of ChristRedwlnff Lots 23! ft 23 A: W 18'ot 0
.
CARD OF Til.VNKS Lot 24 of Blk 8
I r.'d.: having County.a general circulation *. I* W. Sowell NH of Lot. 1, 2 of 1.100'Blk In Ward City

IF YOU HURRY! Words cannot adequately Witness my hand all Clerk of ISflH Carrier Lot* 24, 2S A 28 of 0 3.700
our deep appreciationfor I said Circuit Court and the 8artf Freda I* Mott Et Al of Lot. 1, I ot S.800 0 Ino. Blk 8 In Ward City
express Bile IS
said Court at Starke. Bradford Baptist Parsonage Lots 3 4 of Blk 14- 0
and -
the many kind sympathetic County Florida, this Sr W. H. Hick Lot 3, 4 of BIle IS 3,400 0 Ward City

: Amazingly 1ow-r riced! to fit any office or departmental budget. CopiesAN'TIIIN acts that came to us .CIRCUIT lay of July COURT 1987. S-BAX.!! ) Mrs Betty Unlnvy Lot S EX N S}' A 5,000 100 F.&A.M. Ledge. Lot '1' of Blk 14 InWard 0
at the time of our recent be ([ a 50 olot 8 .* W
drawn mechanically reproduced. A. Darby. K r City
(; printed. typed written or of''/'S/ Charles 13' of lot 8 A. Lot 7, .
The family Court Of
reavement. Vs Clerk of Circuit 3phelU Moor Blk S3 in Ward City 4,460 0
: Will pick color. Copies !9) in. by any length. i Florida.78 .- 59ofBlkls.
County
up any Gracie ,Mae Thornton. Bradford Melvln
? C. fi
4t V*? C. C. Melvin Lot 10,. 11 of Blk IS 2.450 0 Jr. 1 Lot 100' A W by 4,760 0
240' N A S In SW
E. M. Lewi Lot 13 of Blk IS 0 800 nor n' SKU' of HW U
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HERCULESFIREPROOF Ken Starling Lot 9 *. 10 of Blk 10 3,350>> 0 C. M. Barnes Com; 879' E-of 8EJ CoP ,,80D.

TOWN Of BKOOKEKUKOOKfcUt Ell Bla ta; Lot S A. 6 of Bile 18 1.200 0 of RW'i' of BW-4 tk:

; FLOKIDA Sari;: Crawford Lot 7, t of BIle 16 I 3.000; 0 N 120' for POB, W
.". .-. tlO' N 120' B 80 .
Wlllln T. plnkston Lot 11 of,Blk 18 0 1,500
GENERAL FUND 110' te> POB
FILE O. B. Ocean Lot 12 of Blk 18 4,900 0
Mrs. Banl Molt Com 875' W of S0 8,400"
IHI: >UET!: REVENUE; AND> EXPENDITURES. FOB R. A. Colaon Fred Blk 17 EX B S 13,880 cop of SWV4 A run

CALENDAR YEAH 1U08 40' of W 100' In Ward W 175 N 340 B 175'
City ft El lot lirMHcor 8 240' to -POB

Letter-Size D-Label REVENUE: to BtalnakerR Samuel B. Smith Com at SET oor,'of 4,650 0
Fund-Bradford Co --- -- $ 356.15. O. Harrell. R] 40' of W laO' of. 0 300 HW 4 A run W 32V
Fire Protection Road & Bridge Fracl Blk 17 '* ,
(One-Hour ) N 240 B 22S' 8 3401'
Ad Valorem Taxes 2000.00 to POB
Finished in Beautiful Decorator Colors 10.00 Ruby Stoke! Com t. SW co/ of s.ooo SSO Dave 1. Green. Corn" 278' W of SB 4,960 0
Penalties & Interest 8W<4 of 8EU\ A 'runE cor of 8W"4 A: run N
& Garbage fees a:>a.oo 607 3/1 ft. ff 34O I 340' W 100' 9 340' B
LIST PRICE $355.50 ft. W 607 2/8 ft. 8 C 100' to FOB
: 240 ft. to PT of BEG
TotalGKJSE1CAL IiiyNUEEXl'LDETVItE .. .' $ EX lot In MW COP Ruby Stokes Com at BW cot of 6,000 SSOSWV4
; ...* t 150' B A W by 100 ft. "/0 Alberta Stoke \ of SElL A. run
-..-........ N&8' : I K SOT 2/3 ft. N 240""
: & ADMINISTRATIVE W 807 2/3 ft. S 240
Bobby 1. Sense- Com at" *W cot fSWU 1.000 400
to pt of BEG EX lot
: $325 300.00
One Only Salaries $ of fEtt N 140'
... for POB i 150' N 100' In NW cor ISO' EAW

.. At This Price Insurance .. .. .. 2.5.00 W 180'8 t 100' to POB *w* "A,' by 100' N49 "
66.00 i'V. Bobby J. Jone Com at SW coy of B.OOO 400AWlS
Building. Maintenance \ of SEH N 140'
: .
Com 867 2/8 ft. B
R. Jones 1,000 iso
Utilities 123.00 for FOB B 150' N
,_. from SW cot of SW 100' W ISO' 8 100' tOo
30.00 V4 of 8EK'" A rim N .
Legal & Accounting POB
'
240 ft. ID 244. 13ft.
Office Supplies 60.00 S 240 tt.V 344 1/8 .. "t. t. V. Edwards: All BH Of 9WK of Z.SO 0
ft. to PT of BEOKVt 8B4! S of RD

; Election Expense M.OO lyde Cone of NE14\ II 49* 5.000 'I.000 Vldtor R. June Com 807 2/3' B from 8,000 SSO
I I Dues 53.00 ft. of NmV' of NEKEH \ BW cor of 8WU\ of
8C14:\ A run N 240 111
; Office Furniture; & Equipment 60.00 lydei. Con of NEU A B 495' 1,9'10 244.1/3' 3 340V W
of NWVt\ of NEK\ of
Tax Roll Adv l O.OO SEC 17-78-2012 about 344.1/3' to pt of BEG

66 acre Board of'PublloInstruct All Eli of SW% of 0
Charges to Road & Bridge Fund 2G.00 I SE\14 N of RD
Ruby Stokes W 807 I/I ft. Of NW 5,000 ttti >n
Total General and Administrative Expenses $ 93:>.0tJ u of NBI4 '.. E its Clyde Con Ett of NEW\ A B 493 S.OOO 7.000of
2/8 ft. of NB',4 of NW NWH of NB14\

STREET; DEPARTMENT % EX N13D5 ft. ,W. Ii:. Flummer I BQ A betas 310 SQ 104

Utilities! 11,110.00 Howard R. Corl W 1221 2/8 ft. .< NH .ISO In SW oor on B aide
% of NW\* 01 WIt, of NEK that

:Mowing 40.00 Howard R. Corl LOIS 1 thru 14 Bile I, 0 11,700 lie. N of ST HWY
ii iiI Lot. a. 4. V, 8 of Blk- Dennis Hodf Lot. 1 .. 2 of Blk a 6,000 0
i Total Street Dept. Expenses 31,106.00 2 and. Lets 8 tlrru IS Corllotta BID
BIle 3 Lot 1 thru 13
SANITATION DEPAHTMENT Clyde Con Partial of W 324.1/3' 0 3,970
Bile 4, Lot 9. 10, 11tt of H 739.1/8' of W14
Contract Services 780.00 14 Blk S A LotS I of NE14:\ A. com at NB
thru 13 Bile 8 A lot rna W
cot of NW14\
FlUE DEPARTMENT 4, T, 8, 9 A 10 Bile 138.33' 8 185."' POB
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I Salaries 12 .00 7 &Lotsi.2 Blk 8 8 axol.r to a line of
BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH A Lot 1 thru 12-Blk JfWtt\ W T08.1' N
Repairs 6000 S In Corllott 8/D
.'.. Unit 1 A EX 1 A 1 3388.3' E: POB
Insurance 20.00 of 4 A. BX I, 10. 11. C. J. etal.*k r Lot T .. f of Blk I .,80D'

E Utilities ..\, 22.00 A 13 of Bile S Corllotta Unit 1

E. M. Lewis Lot 11 A 12 of BIle 0 S.800 Lloyd C. Wood Lot 7 A: 8 of Bill I I,10D' I ICo..llotta

I Total Fire D 'pt. Erpenaes! 212.00 I In Corlotta 8/D A: Unit 1
lot 9 A 10 of Bile 2 TOMMY B. COX
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PARK DEPAKTSIENT: ]< M. A. Payne, Lot 1 A I of Bill I 1.100 TOWN CLERK:

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELKfiRAPtl. HTARKB. FLORIDA
TmmsnAT.: JULY 27, ins


Brown, Cindy Jordon, Kim Prescott, Bill Sherwood Bill AIRPARK BAPTIST

ROPING CLUBRESULTS Prescott, Augle Fox. Forsyth" Ralph Bo'an. Sunday School ..0 a. m.
Age 8 To 13 Barrel Weave: Van Prescott Morning Worship, 11 a. ni< I

Cloverleaf: Randy Joyner Bill Sherwood Adro Training Union 7 p. m Evening -

Klmbo Forsyth Betty Ann Brown Henry Lawson, Mitchell Service 8 p. m.-Rev.

Orlffls. Sanity Morgan Rod- Crawford Larry Oocek. Lacy Conway pastor.

A Til-County show will be ne Oriffis. Johnny LPB. Basket Weave: Adro Brown F1KMT BAPTIST CHURCH

held Friday/; night. July 28. in Barrel Weave: Betty Ann Van Prescott. Henry Lawson, STAKKi;
Qrlffis Kimbo Fl>l'Sytb. Ran- Mark Adams, Ralph Bryan .
Inks Butler with riders participating Opportunities or service: I
from the Bradford dy Joyner. Sandy Morgan Larry Oocek. Sunday. July 30 Sunday
Union and Columbia Cunty Rodney Orlffls Johnny Lee. Buddy Pick-Up: AdroBrown School. 0:45: : a.m. Morning
Basket Weave. Johnny Lee. Van Prercott. Mit-
Clubs. Worship 11 a.m., sermon
chell Crawford, Bill Porayth,
The competition! will be be- Rdnsy!! Orlffls. Steve Gay. "Why The Disciple Were -- --
tween the three best ridersIn Klmbo Forsyth( Randy Joy- Ralph Bryan. Edward Wil Called Christiana." Training

each age group from each ner. Dean Brown. llama Union 6:15.: Evening, Worship, nOATDRAIN BAPTIST RAVORD BAPTISTCHURCH I NORTHSIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM: BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAP'1TSTCHURCH

club. Festivities will begin Buddy Pick-Up: Klmbo Men 39 And Over 7:30: sermon "Ye Are Epistles I CHURCH CHURCH 'CHfRCH

with a chicken barbecue Fan}tho Dean Brown Perry Cloverleaf: Ernest Trlest ." I I Schedule of services: Sun Sunday School:' 10 a. m.
School 10:00 m., Sunday School 10 a. m.
a.
Easter. Sunday :
Jim Schedule of servicesSunday:
starting at 5:30: p. M. Show Bryan. Rodney Griffis John- 'II (Monday R. A. meeting: ( day School. 9:45: a. m. MornIng Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Ernest 11:00 a. Worship 11 a. m.;
Morning
I Barrel Weave Morning' Worship. : 11
: 10 Worship
School. am.
events are scheduled to start ny Lee Randy Joyner. 6:30: p.m. Youth Choir, 7 p.m.' Worship 10:45: a. m. and '7 p. m.-Rev. .Leland A.
I Trlest. | m., Training! Union. 7:00: p. and 7:30: Training Evening Worship 8 p. m.
Council
at 8. Ace 13 To 19 Tuesday -- WMU a.m. p.m. Training Union. 6:45: p. m: i Baker pastor.
Charge for the supper will Cloverleaf: Ernie Trlest, Basket Weave: Ernest Meeting. 11 a.m. Covered dsh: m., Evening Worship 8:00: p. Union, 6:30: p.m. Rev. Jack Evening Service 7:45.: Mid- I 10a. Prayer Meeting Wednesday
Visitation
Triest., Jim Easter WAIU[ m. Stoite Thursday 8 p. m. Sing each Friday at 8
be, $1.25 for adults and 73 Kelly Forsyth. Leaton Morgan luncheon, 12 noon. pastor. week Prayer Service Wednesday
Buddy Pick-Up: Ernest 12:30. Pro- Prayer meeting Ned.. 7:30: m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane, Pas-
Ells Orlffls. business meeting :
Greg Wods. 7:45
cents lor children. The public!: : p. m
Trlest, Jim Easter m.Rev.. Virgil Lovett, tor.
Missions CHURCH OF COD
Is Invited to attend the show Elizabeth: Easter. gram, 1 p.m., "Christian BAPTIST
NEW RIVER
.
at no charge. Barrel Weave: Kelly For- Ladle and The Tide of Nation- Pastor.RAYLESS 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. S\IV: MISSIONARY:\
Cloverleaf: Joyce Warden, alism: Zambia and Malawi." Sunday School, 10 a. m. BROOKER BAPTIST
Winners for July 22. In or- syth, Ellis Orlffls. Leaton IIIGHiIS.IVBAPTIST BAPTIST CHt'RCH' Sunday School 10 a. m.
Greg Woods Ellis Oilffls Imogene Bryan. Jo Ann For- Ethel Biggs Circle will be In Worship Services. 11 a. m. 11 m. Sunday School 10 a. Di-
Morning Worship a.
der of finishing: Ban 633 W. Pratt St. Sunday'
Age 7 And Under Elizabeth Easter. I syth. charge of luncheon arrangements CIItmCH and 7:30: p. m. YPE. Wednesday. services: Sunday School 10a. Training Union '7 p. m. Eve Morning Worship' 11 ... m.
Trlest. Oreg Barrel! Weave: Mildred ant; the program. 7:30 m. Prayor Meeting Training Union, 6:30: p.m..
Ernlet :
Morgan, : p. ,
Cloverleaf: Mark Joyner ning Worship 8 p. m.
m. Preaching, 11 a. m. '
Bobby Carter. Dennis Brown. Woods Elizabeth Easter. Easter Imogene Bryan Joyce Wednesday' Sunday Sunday School, 10 a. m.; I [ Friday, 7:30: p. m.-Rev. Wednesday' night service. E v.e n I nil'' Worship 7:30:

Dora Trlest. Basket Weave: Kelly For I Warden, Jo Ann Forsyth. 'School Superlnendents Cabinet Morning Worship Service, 11 L. S. Williams, pastor. Training Union, 6:11: p m. 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome.L. I Prayer Meeting, Wednesday.
Meeting 6:30: Midweek : Training Union 6'30 Evening Worship, 7 p. nv 730. Vernon N. Williamson
Barrel Weave: Dennis syth Ernie Trlest. Leaton Basket Weave: Imogens p.m. a.m. L Parker pastor.
Brown, Bobby Carter, Mark : Morgan Greg Woods Eliza- Bryan, Joyce Warden, Jo(Prayer Service, 7:30.: Church p. m.: Evening worsnlp. 7:39: I KINOSLEY LAKE Everyone welcome .- ElderT. pastor. .
Choir Practice, 8:15.: : C. Williams, pastor.
Ann Forsyth. p. m.
Joyner Kim Prescott Augle beth Easter Dnna Bryan. BAPTIST CIHTRCnr CHURCH OF CHRIST
Fox, Dora meet, Buddy:: Pick-Up: Kelly For- Buddy Pick-Up: Joyce I I Thursday Visitation, 1" Prayer Meeting Wed.. 7:30p. : IIE1IJRROVN BAPTIST
a.m. and 7 p.m. Meeting Wed.. School 9:45 a. m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Bible Study 10 School 9:43 m.
Basket Weave: Cindy Jordan syth Ellis Orlffls. Leaton Warden Imogene Bryan Jo m.: G. A. Sunday : Sunday: Sunday : a.

Dennis Brown Mark Morgan, Ernie Trlest Greg Ann Forsyth.Practical. -W. A. Hogan,, pastor 7:30: p.m.; Choir Rehearsal Morning Worship, 11 a. 1i.; Sunday School, 9:43: : a. 1'11.1' j a. m.; Morning Worship and Morning Worship, 11 a. m.

Joyner, Curtis Brook., Bobby Woods, Elizabeth Easter Wed.. 7:30: p. m.: Erother- Training Union f 1:15: p. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Communion Service 11 a. JU. Training Union, 6:30: p. m.
To 38 Services SundayFor hood meeting, last MondayIn Evening Worship. 1:30: p. m. Evening services 6:30.: I ,
Carter, Dora, Trlest. Age 20 Nursing, j Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m. Evening Service 7:30: Mid
cBuddv Pick-Up; Mark Joy- Cloverleaf: Edward Williams Mrs. ThorntonIn each month. Rev. David Midweek Prayer Service. Choir Practice Wednesday Wednesday Worship service week Prayer; Service? 7:00:

ner, Bobby Carter, Dennis Henry Lawson Van Course OfferedTo Medelros, pastor. Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Rev.18 p.m. I II I '7 p. m. Minister Jack P. p m. Wednesday. Troy
Jones
Non-Graduates Chapel HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Jim Rlgdon, pastor, Come, let I Rev. Robert D. Burch. I I nail: I Johnson. pastor

I Gracie Mae Thornton, 43,, us worship together. I I
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home '| Another opportunity to long time resident of Starke. (Hlchwar 100 at Thereraa?

enter the Licensed Practical died Thursday::: July 20, at Kumdny School 10 a. m. I I

STAHKE PHONE 964-6200 ,Nursing Program (LPN) is her home following a linger Morning Worship.-11 a. m
being offered to persons who ling illness i
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-317G have not graduated from high Training Union-':SO p. m
I MrsThornton was born In
school.! Perry on Jan. 2, 1024. She Evening Worship 7:** An investment in Your Future *%.

Rental Services To help interested Individuals I was a member of the Churchof p.m.
who missed the required Jesus Christ of Latter Day Sunday Service Sundae\) m8F

HOSPITAL REDS, WHEEL CHAIRS I 'set: to qUAlify for the LPN I Saints. School. 10 a. m. Morning li i. M I1J t!: COCb7rCCtia.atw.wfrarra4i f fI
the entrance
program' feet I surviving is her husband, Worship 11 a. m. C. A Youth
CRUTCHES 'will tie administered again in i Owen Thornton, of Starke: Group. 6 f. m. Evening Worship -

the nursing program offices her mother. Mrs. Sarah 7 p. m. Prayer
Ion the 3rd floor of the Old
Wilson four Thursday. Meetinll'l
; daughters 7:30: p. m.
Post Office Building.!! from 1:19: :
Anne Thornton Mrs. Judy Le-oy Llghtsey.

I ( Serving Since: 1950 Florida JI I!i I -9. :5:15: p.m., Wednesday, Aug. and Padgett Mrs. Mrs.Mary Alma Jane McRie.Kuhn. DEDAN BAPTIST (tBro kerl I.. \\\\\\\\\\\\\ \\\ \ \\ \ \ \ \ I 111 I IIII/////I i / / / / / 11/'

The LPN t Is 12-
program a all of Starke; four sons John Sunday Services: Sunday

4Wodda Cree"g Sem, ffno month course starting September Thor' 'rvton' serving' with the School. 9:45: a. m. Morning
28 which fully quaMI ( PRIDE AND JOY !
I U.S. Marines in Vietnam; Roy Worship 11 a. m. Training i
-. -'w....... e'M..M"...I..IY"aI flea graduates to serve as Licensed Russell and Vernon Thornton Union 4:30: p. m. Evening /

Pracical Nurses and Is I all of Starke; two Sisters!: Mrs Serviue 7:30.: Wednesday:! > '

!1 over open 18 to both years men of age and Classesin. women :I Annie Cooper of Starke, and Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m' -Proud Father.,you bet... this ta my child. she's sweet, trusting:, lovely and /
CordiallyEaves I
Mrs. Carolyn Mrs. Maggie liars, of Palatka; Rev. Leroy Olive Pastor. V '
: 'the program are held on I
I Welcomes I the 3rd floor of the Old Post I and Funeral 11 grandchildren.services were held at NORTHSIDE BAPTIST I I
Representative J Office Building with practh.al ;
Ph. 964.5812 You and Your work In Alachua General Hos 2 p.m. Chapel Sunday with in Jones Rev. Memorial Andrew -- Located on ttayuma; etlgh! provide for her She thrills me, and already I am making plans for her future
pital the Gainesville NuiMlng. way (ISR 2231at Raiford Road I
122 N Hay St. family to Your Center and the Shands Teaching Varnes officiating Interment (tSR 161. Services: Hund all dressed and getting ready to go to church. I love her, and
Home was in evergreen Ceme- I Bight now we are up /
Starke New Hospital. I School 10 a. m. Sundat
tery under direction of DeWitt
Anyone desiring additional C. Jones Funeral Home of Morning Worship, 11. m I I want the best for her. I want her to know early about God, and that he means a /1
Information should contact the Training Union, 6:30: p m
The State of Florida Starke. l-
Dean of Continuing Education, Evening Service, 7:30.: Ml" lot to
God to
lot to me, and I want mean a
and at Santa Fe Junior College 01 \Week/ Prayer Service Wednt I
It Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome
; telephone 378-5311: extension Funeral ServicesFor day, 7:30.: -Rev, Olena Lw' : Mt
To Acquaint You With Your City.If : her, tool V w u
44.
43 or Mrs. LeGrandeAt hon pastor I a 1, ?


you are new in the area, a phone EvergreenMrs. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST I

THE IUGI1T POINT for the' I
call will bring: you a prompt visit select your favorite EST"R.I Martha Summcrltne( Le- Sunday]' School, 10 .. o>
TELE- Grande 36 of Starko died Morning Worship, 11 .. n- I

from your local hostess. Please give I I way BROOK..>.. fountain writA. Come pen. In and Tuesda', July 18, after a long Pre-Servl (Booster bane .
Illness. She was a native of Youi rf People and (Pray*' I
her a call! She has maps'! and many GRAPH. Sparks, Oa.. and lived in Service!, 8 p. n- Evening t '1 d

Gainesville before moving to Worship 7 p. m. Uldwl I
free and wonderful gifts for you
Adjustable Vinyl Book Starke three years ao' Service Wednesday, :30: tm. I

from local businesses. Cover All sixes 30 cents coat Mrs. LeOrande was n retired! .-R.". D. L. Ramsey', pas I _
Q I The Telegraph. dietician and a member of the tor.

Episcopal Church. She was )

the widow of W. L. Leor'ande. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCI
Surviving are two daughters': I II I I .
II lH. ,
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Mrs J. V. Chapman cf Talla- Sunday School. lOa. m II I I ,

hassee, and Mrs. S. L. Heat Morning Worship 11 a. m

of Boulder Colo.; a son, W. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m I
'I I
irrigate O. LeOrande, Daytona Beach; Prayer Mee!'lni. 7:30: p. m

five grandchildren, and eight Wednesday. Rev W. I I

greatgrandchildren.Funeral Newmans pastor. I

for profit. services were held I r ; l x xI
at 2 p.m. Thursday, July 20 I ) r d
at the graveside in Evergreen MADISON:' STREET:

electrically !" Cemetery with Rev. Earle C. HAITIMT CHURCH I i :. .es kase4.4.r d,III.tae \N TIlt /
Page officiating. Burial was in 1110 CIooodI It k(.u. LIM N.'ry' 11I11III. lw M.Ng
Evergreen Cemetery under Opportunities for 'service: la_, .....11II......M ss Ie.nv.....41.. ::1,5I.. .*l.*. |!Ml..m. .*.,.WWW, *

; direction of Johnson-Hayes 'Sunday Sunday School, Ikk. |.TMIII| h .MM Im rf .... .. tmnniMl .wgryIeNdSlaaSgel" < n,

Funeral Home of Oalr.etvllle. 0:43: a.m. Morning Worship I .......r. N'""'.,I./aI. .did w.... ...as M18.Mrnha. cares._ AB i! :
11 a.m. Training Union, 6:15.: I I- New t ....*.. H**, *.... w *...*yrt 1M panty ,* "IM" .** II* .*. ","""* O .1!

John H. Wells W'MU Prayer Circle, 7:IS.: I 0 wart.. r 'II .talNl,. Mead. .a... .. ...... -1 r... dwll.. Id. "d. 1..

Evening: Worship, 7:30.: I Iki_n h "es" OUR Worn N Ml. "Its" Mi*ewe aerie IN.,.....r. MdMp.. .a "'CI OlIl\\
+ Services Held
YID I aIllll Prayer and' .r.all.rwalNMMae.NNN.e.IMIM/. ...
'
Wednesday dl .
c..._.........
In Jones ChapelJohn Praise Service, 7:30: p.m.
Church Choir Practice 8:36.: I

I H. Wens Jr., 62, died 'Thursday Visitation, 7
I Thursday July 2O, In a local, p.m.
1I1"\'w hospital following a lingering : This Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the Following

I illnerv.Mr CALVARY BAPTIST'

I I ti Wells was an electrician, Civic-Minded Business Firms
I II lH ii \\t associated with Wells ElectricCo. i
l 10 m
Sunday School a.
., and was a member of the
Morning Worship, 11 .. m 1
Ze19'a Catholic Church. He had livedin fAULKNER BUSH'S STARKE ,BUILDERS
f -- Training Union, 6:30: p. m I
Starke for 20
years.
.. -; Evening Service 7:30.: Prayer SINCLAIR) SERVICE GULF SERVICE '
I Surviving are his wife, Julia 'SUPPLIES, Inc.
j 'I Meeting. Wednesday, 7:30p. :
Winkler Wells, of Starke; m.-Rev. B. H. Butler I U-HAUL RENTALS Tune-opa Brake Repair
% three step-doughUers. Mr. II Featuring Ace Hardware
: : 'I I i pastor. Wheel Balancing
tI :NN'I ) Dorothy Starling, of Graham; Truck Trailer : Complete Paint SnppUe

;Afro.: Arlene Manning Athena, I and Sporting: Goods
MOIUJAN: ROAD CIIAl'KI, Lubrication Most Complete Line of Bait
Ga.; and Miss Barbara Jean Complete
I and Tackle in Bradford "CIJEICK: WITH US FIRST"t9
Masters, of Starke; his father i Minor Tune-upa
and stepmother, Mr. and Mrs Sunday School, 0:45: a.m. Washington St. 904-4370
John H. Wells fir., of Pensa- Morning Worship, 11 a.m. I 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5899 263 N. Temple Ph. 964-7361

For farms and groves an eUctric i1Tig'Ati1system :: cola; four brothers, .iMallon.. C. Training' Union 6:13: : p.m.
Bvenlng' Worship, 7:30.: Prayer I Lawson Meat MarketAND
higher-quality yields. -, Wells, Starke; Thomas J. Edwards Grocery &
>
1 DOYLE CONNER
increase
will Well. Alexandria, La.; Ed- .Meeting, 7:30: Wednesday.Bob COLD STORAGEWe

It's a profit-making, labor-saving production ward B. Wells. Thomaaton, L. Cooper, pastor I Insurance Agency Mkt.

,: rain and much Ga.; and Robert Lee Wells, Specialize tn CnntomInc. maacht.-
as
right
: tool that's cff Jefferson town, Ky.; nine sisters I S-A-V-E Groceries Meata Feeds Cutting A Wrappla
dependable. Turns water on and Mrs. Avalee Kozie. Jacksonville Prepared For Deep FreeuPHONE
With Your Mutual Agent
more Beach Mrs. PaulineKoennecke FIRST "IETJlODISTCJlVRCJI Gas & Oil
;

., automatically. Fredrtcksburg, STARKK 222 N. Temple Ph. 961-73C9 Ph. 964-5312: Starke Fla. 964-700
of Texas; Mr*. Susan Brugger-
after Church School,
year Sunday -
gives
An electric motor year smith Louisville. Ky.; Mrs.
9:45: Worship DeWITT C. JONES'
.. : a.m.; Morning "
trouble-free service. Simple pumpControl Mary Abble Myrtle Gave, lla.m.; Snack supper forfY1I' Starke 66" Service

time clock or float switch. Fla.; 3ulr.. Margaret I. Dnxx, :\ meetings, 7 p.m.; Even- BILL EDWARDSBrake i& : FUNERAL HOMES
; : with a San Bernardino Calif.; Mrs. Ing Worship, 8 p.m. Starke Ph. 964.6200

f match for flameless Helen Foster New Rochelle Tuesday Executlce Committee Service-Wheel Balance OF STARKE, INC.
\ Remember, there's no N.Y.11'11.; : Marie Ann Arbuth- Keystone Heights -
of VVSCS meets 9:30:
too! not. Lake Alfred; !Mrs. Berna- and Alignment U.S. 3.01 NORTH Ph. 473-3176
electric it's cheaper, dette Plttman, and Mrs. Betty a.m.: Business and. program

'" dealer or contact us. Joe Bodlford ,both of Pcnaa- meeting of VVSCS 10 a.m. 612 N. Temple-Ph. 964-7231 Ph. 964-7600 Starke, Fla.
Bfble Study
-
equipment Wednesday '
See your cola; and one grandchild. I
and Prayer Meeting. 7:30: p.m.
,, FUneral services were heldIn Thursday Chancel Choir Charley E. Johns Sinclair Refining Co. Hurst Shell Service
Jones at
Memorial Chapel
,
7,. COMPANY .4 'p.m. Sunday, July 23 with Rehearsal. 7:30: p.m. Agency W, L. ThunuM' Distributor
LiuriT
POWER & Charles Reese of f-.e: I CARL HURST
minister
FLORIDA a OASOLr.RKF.ROSEXIII:
II 131 H. Walnut Ph. 9B: <) ()
HELPING BVIL" FLORIDA .,..,.... First Christian! Church, of tlc- HI-WAY CHAPEL j I Fuel Oil and Greases
ASSEMBLY' OF GOD I OCNEIIAL INSURANCE
lacing Interment in Crcu- '
was 301 & 100 Ph. 961-4111
'toy Lake Cemetery under direction West Weldon St.. and Ral-.I Nobody. But. Nobraty'VodmeeOs. Ph. I Ka.UU Hwy.906 H. Walnut 8Urkv

trf fj Wltt' C. Jflim Funeral I runt Ro.a 14T I 'bA.rt.l _E._John_A(.noV
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JULY ?1. 1967
FLORIDA THURSDAY.
BRADFORD COUNTY
PAGE TWELVE TELEGRAPH STARKB _
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.yVVWyyVyyVVVVVVyyVV1 I daiihter of noHHvllle. Oa I Betty May and Mcl
spent Monday with Mr. and George S. C. last Saturdayfor the organic material and soil centers, to church and seldom The show will als feature"' /tint" "I'HiiNt* anti. you lire required -( .) Circuit. In anti for fli'Bt &publication ot, thin iiotlcnKach
take distant tripe Many seldom Billy Oar and the Country to file your Defence orn.wer Bradford" County, Florldil.Hy clnlin or ilt-mnnd must bein
HAMPTONBy Mrs. Charles Hawkins and a two weeks trip vlsltlna: with a spade.In / .\ tn the Complaint am : Beutah: M: Moody wilting: and muat state the
and
family Debbie and Rickey Canada and other points olInterest muck soil leave off the drive more than 10 or 11 Lads:! the Dixie Ramblers filed therein. with the Clerk of Deputy Clerk plaie' or residence and pontorfk'B
returned home with them for organic application and applyan miles a day .but would be Country Gentlemen. the Circuit Court In and fur 7/20 4 8/10 Hddreim of the 1'lulmant
Mw. \William .
Mary! ,nut bH sworn to by the
---I Bradford County C'ourthotme. and in '
two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. 0 CoPeland 0-8-12 fertilizer contain- severely handicapped If denied! INVITATION TO BID Slurke Florida. and serve ne i-lBlniant.... hln agent or his attoi-
..................... Mr and Mrs. I... A. Wigginsand of VaIJosta. Oa. spentsevel'al ing only phosphorus and potassium the ,use of their cars. HY8TATIO iiy| thereof upon mid .'Iah.- I.V COUNTY Jt'DOlB'B (COURT. ney or it will become void acuordlnv ,-
Taxt service U no costly few Pl'KCIIAHINU: I ilf( M attmney tlitrtiin. T. IN AND FOR BRADFORD to law-
Jacksonville with !
Turk of week
Julia -
Mrs. days this July 1 18. IB47.
DcvuifiHM. 103 North SItuhuiSti'i'.t
Church Acllil'lraChristian (?COUNTY FLORIDA.
oldsters could afford It and UOMMIHM10NTAL.LAHAS8KE.I :
Mr. and Hall. Before planting vines close siGlith( liirrin DeMauro
Church were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lynn : FLOH1UA" P.O. Drawer 1218 In re: EMI.le t of /
: :KundajSrjiool Mrs. W. H. Maxwell and Mrs. Mrs. T. .1. Perry entered to a tree. remove the tree few have friends or relatives Competitive .Healed! Bids will b.r..relved dalneiivllle. Florida, on or before JEFF" ORIFFIS! a/k/a EDITH ORIFFIS
:: 10 \. m. wi'ji morn who. can drive them and they the 2lBt day of Auiruit. J. F OHI "FIK. dwoKBfdNO DeMALTROAdminhittratrta
PurchaInic *- .
H. B. Wiggins on Thul'tny.Judy :! Bradford County Hospitallast roots In the immediate areabut by the Htal 1967.: und If you fall to do soUL "IK 1-1 'toBEol'rofl' of the
ln", worship; at 11. Christian resent, being a burden to any Communion until 10:00: A.M. Estate of Jeff Qriffle
Williams of Gainesville week for treatment. not too many roots or Pefault Judgment will betaken All creditors of the estate of
Ciusadcrs at 6:30: and evening trees RUT: on date shown for the >ai" against you for the relief left arlffl a/k/a .1.I F. nrlfflu >, Ki .1.I F. Urll fie,
Is visiting her aunt. Mrs. Ralph Williams son of Mr. the tree may die. Such one.I property..AuguNL deceaiiod.
worship at 7:30. of nurplui demanded In the Complaint decoaeed. artherehy notified !
: June Haddock. this week. and Mrs. J. A. Williams as sand pines will not stand can understand the position H, 1P67 Pine Oum und 'thorenrtiM, laid tutu 'iuiril'| tn rilf .....y iHlmH TII( '\1.-' Ai PIBRfE:
Baptist: Sunday' School, If( Katherine Car bone for four more much root snitching. of Insurance companieswho file< Blank. condition. and "pe! ,'- r'aiiee shall pr'o, end Ex Part.. .,.i, ,maiidH, .will h t, 11n, ,.% in",,:,u ivm C.r.,:, Vi,rth Temple Ave.
a. -m with morning worshli, Mrs. signed up are hard pressed ''to stayIn ,iMfntlonn' mny I he obtained from) UTTNKHH: ,,7',.' Hand and lea" i lJuiII-:t i suift "unit: 'in, ,ili1ffi SluiKKlorlJn, '
eturned hme Sunday after a years in the Navy. He left The soil at the base of ma- the State Plirrhanlnir. rojiun'nMlon at aid ('iMirt tint< l HI" duv "if'oh .> 'f .1* i In ''in'" v )judwi" .r I 1 r.* ,in,,,]hi, ,ii, iithMi on July 20.
at 11 Training Union. 6:30: often business today. due to the William D HI.... ', \ I II I'ltt- sta'l-k,&, ]In 1'in-'
veek's visit with her mother last Thursday:! to start this sonry construction: contains Km I U. ] ii UI"d'" I d 1"' rlilii' '
'
evening worship. 7:30: with //Irs T. P. Brown. tour of duty. I ; trouble-making lime, so heavy losses they experience hum, ,,, UulUlln' THllttlmnHui-, l-'l'ir Florida h II'h IIM. 11, Hlnrk.. Flor- 7/20 It 'S/10
mid-week prayer SPI'vices orWednesday from the steadily rising accident ""'.
Mrs. Don: McMahone and Mr and Mrs. J. H. Day of remove the contaminated soil AI, J. DayItxecutIv'
rate.However. __ .
'
7:30.
at
Baseball' Club : hlldien spent several days Plant Clt, are spending several to a depth of 18 inches. Re- they should not Dlr..tori20 2t 7/2.. ....,-.n
iMth her mother Mrs. Mary ,iays visiting Mrs. O. P. olace it with a normal acid
All boys and:! men 16 01 penalize anyone fully capableof -
from another lo
ATatterson. this week. Wadsworth and Mr. and Mrs soil taken
over who would like to la driving both mentally. and i l-l: TUB: CniCUIT COURT OF'FLORIDA. ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hall M. M. Matchett cation. EIGHTH JUDICIAL '.
soil leajtuc ball are u ked t physically regardless of their ..
're visiting Mr. and Mrs. Al- Mr and Mrs. Jeff Bake'and Planting VinesThe ('J IKOUIT. IN AND PoEt .
meet at the ball field Saturday age. And there are many BRAOrOHD COt'NTY -
crt Ferrell in LU. .lma. N. family spent Sunday at planting season Is OIVOKCU AND OTHERKBMRV
at 5 p. m. Mr Fame! people so qualified.
:2. this week. St Augustine. 'tbout any time the notion While dldsters suffer
urges everyone to come ou the many IJNDA QA11 HOKN.
Kelley of Yankee- strikes you provided
and let's get a ball tearr Grady afflictions' that ;hinder their! Pie I n I orr,
town was visiting Mr. and vines are small. thrirt.v.: CGntllinerarown -
ability' 'to drlvn'/ such as heart I -VBLAWRENCE-
started PERSONALS Irs Jim Adklns on Wednes- let's GoSGardenins plants. Just before trouble; diabetes. ,arthrltU and Defendant GILBERT HORN I

'"av. the rainy season starts GILBERT I' .,
Blends of K. B. Wattersorare other ailments Including poor TO: LAWHBNCK
We are glad to have the ''s a good time to try your hearing or eyesight, -fairness HORS
'id to see him able ts Ojom o3 ,
{ horse show back In town and:! luck. Deciduous vines wisteria demands that tests and examinations Apartment Scott Boulevard ; % '.' 't'
recent fall.
ba out after a I
%
''t was well attended last Sun- trumpet-vine; and others at frequent inter Decatur UeoricU I
Mr and Mrs. Gordon day.. It will be a regular do best when planted in the) vale should be provided >o YOU ARE hEREBY NOTIFIED and-
Wee and Bobby of Miami! that salt fo-r divorce
=vent and will start each cooler seison.. that tnose who are fully settlement of the parties' prop
spent the weekend with Mrs llervey Bluu-pe! Kdltor either c'ntain- qU.dl-1 custodY. and
By hlld
Sunday at 2 p. m. In planting tied ''.o drive and can roy right
T'F Brown. Florida Agricultural Eitennlou "balled and bur- ,,'inport and attorney fee forPlalntlrf'
J. O. Adklns
Mr. and Mrs. r-grown or such auul'aftram'' their doc- him been
Mr attorney
Grifflrf -
Mrs Wesley
and attended the birthday supper Service 'apped" plants, dig a hol. torn and from driving tests: riled avalnBt you a. Defendant
and Phyllis rpent from of their daughter Mrs. Helen which Is slightly larger' than) houl4 not be denied the privilege -' ,%t v

Thursday to Monday vlsltlns Richard at their home In Vines serve many usefu he ball of earth about the strictly on the. basis> of >Y,

rehiU.es) in Stewart und Eup'a Ocala list week. purposes for the Hardener oats. If the plant Is 'n a age. I ,,",- ':' '
Mis\ and character ,,
) They lend contrast '
I J. W Horns. Billy Home ontalner carefully rr.l"lovhe $ Legislators In cons.-rerlng "I'S-
'Miss Martian! I."wls, and to landsae: ; plantings .
BiLlie and and Mrs. Martha Williams orNl'W architectural \ p'ant wllhut dlstwblngie the situation shOuld provide t } ..
Mrs Barnes and accentuate ,
about the
earth
biU of :
Port Richey Joined Mrs. regulations requiring regularcar .
the closelj %
--_ : lines especially:: ,v t and settle It In the hole Inspections; and driver ?

clinging eperles.):) at the same depth it was lithe _
'with and
tests physical
GET CASH Many of the creepers color are: container. menltal along teats of all age.. and \ %C _L Ij

adept at introducing Partially fill in around the feaulre strict rules for the ... '
form and texture onto other-
IMMEDIATELY -lant with rich garden soil.! protection of both the drivers I \.

wise uninteresting shtubs O'I Water thoroughly. Finish and the publlo.! I, We Specialize In I

I trees. Mlllng\ the hole and water Alarmed at the situation the MICA

I Many are gardeners the best say plants:: tha'vines yet !again American Persons Association and the of American Retired -- Kitchen CabinetsAt Ii i Come to Chevron Islandfor fiarcf-working,


EJ"- $25 TO $600 ,, to of give tropical their living homes by an using air Association' of pat.red I I Popular Privet super detergent action RPM motor oils./
Insurance -
Teachers are !advocating, an
\ *,hem ta cover paJsigeways! ort program to aid: oldsters FREE ESTIMATES: I -- -- -

form patio walls. in their'' dilemma.
,
DO YOU HAVE.Too Ornamental vines as a They have' ..t.up a.. driver AU Work Guaranteed ; K. G. DUNCflK AGENT _
well adapted to a
group, are education through, 004-4107&
MEN program Call
ERVICE)
many payments to make? I wide range of soils. Most of which oldsters may take r- or 8G4-7IWI STARKE, FLA. JSTANDAR ] ]
clay
them thrive in sand :
AND WOMEN: fresher coursei. from capable
-Too many bills to pay? ,I marl or rockland provided Instructors together with WILLIAMS OIL
T.
It.
food .and moisture are ,
plant mental and physical examinations -

DO YOU NEED ''i I adequate.i Is most -. that will attest to their Owner .TftADCMAHKt CHEVRON. AND OHfVRON. DtiiaN, *eOPYNIOMT] ITANOAMO OIL COMPANY frV t .)-1WT
I i preparation qualifications.Those lit E. Washington
I: Important In a vine planting I regardless of age

EXTRA CASH NOW? ''I I project Time spent! In work- I:who can meat the strict regu- -- ------ -- -- -- -.

I: inn the: soil into good tilth lations can then secure automobile ., .
will Insure that will pro- '- -i1t" the St.AREA
you Insurance through
'I I
LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUU
I duce vigorous plants and 5>ossibly organizations from a reputable -

MONFY PROBLEMS: I have trouble-f care I company BUSINESS DIRECTORY

later. Tests of their program,have

To !net a project underway. !been introduced In Florida and

We Are Trained To Help! I sread: about 4 inches of ., (Minnesota< and If their pro-

compost:! : peat. leaf mold, or gram proves constructive and i I
well decomposed manure practical It will be extended to AUTO SALVAGE Farm and Industrial 1 LADIES WEAR Office Equipment

Town Finance Co. over the area where the II other staie4.Oldsters/ Equipment I
Hancock Office
vines will be planted As a Interested. In this ,

226 N. Temple Ph 964-7449 I\ topping, sprinkle- the area program should write the BRASINGTON Cherry'sGainesville's I EquipmentSmlthCoronaAuthorlzed

with a liberal amount of. 6- !American/ Association, p' Retired Santa Fe Tractor
,
Persons, Automobile Insurance CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE Most Fashionable

I. : Program, 932 Ponce Inc. Address For Ladles Dealer

Jo Leon 'Boulevard, Coral! Inc. ORESSES-SVITs.--COATS'

Gables, Florida '' SALES &: SERVICE MATERNITY WEAKACCESSORIES Clary Victor-TotaJlla

FORD Adding Machines, Calculator.SALESSERVIcERENTALS
'. Fine Selection of Used Cars
Country Music Taken On Cadillac Trades Farm Tractors! &: ImplementsFord 7 W. University Gainesville I :

'Set.lnGainesville Industrial Equipment
Show
2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 411 SAVE TIME Dlscuwi :your
'LPie USED EQUIPMENT

ill@ ,. : 'ID un.,_,. ...,t:!, ""." .. ,'e ,. PHONE 378-5301 SALES PART SERVICE MEN'S WEARL requirements with us first.
528 N. Main" fit. Gainesville
Human E. Waldron.eon Roy Drusky and his band PICK UP & DELIVERY
Phone 376-53Jl
of H. E. Waldron of featuring Curley Harris wIll 4488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville & L Men's Shop

@% BUILT WHERE Starke. is participating. In present a country style Grand Phone 376-2348

@ "C Eratiori Akron" In Viet- Ole Opry show at 8 p.m. tonight CRANELINCOLNMERCURY Florshelm ShoesF --

YOU WANT TO LIVE. nam with his unit from the Thursday, July 27, In GARDEN SUPPLIES PAINT &LASSLiddell
11th Armorei Cavalry. Gainesville at the Gainesville .,i8o Pluma Suits

NOT WHERE THE DEVELOPMENT ISI! A mechanic in Co. M, 3rd High School Audltoilum. Paint &
Advance tickets available Authorized Sales & Service Ladles Sports Wear
Walter's builder don't have to build in a development Squadron of the regiment
When Jim your you Johnson & Faris Inc.
at the Bradford County Telegraph Glass Co.
members .
and other Arrow Dress
Waldron Shirts
or near a city, or even on a paved road to be eligible? for full conducting office, are $1.00or 600 B. University, Gainesville

100% financing. Jim Walter will build a new home almost anywhere of search the and unit destroy are aperatkms Phone 372(261Crane' Complete Line of 13V.. University (Galne\ll! KTAN1ZE PAINTS

for qualified property owners and finance It 100%. through the dense jungle. He -:--- -'- ..... SEEDS1'LANTSInsectIcIdesPet: Glass. Mirror Sliding Door-
You need no cash I Imports 8UppUMFERTILIZERS
Tub Enclosures-Shower Door
November
entered the Army in -
1963. and was 'ast assigned L :MOBILE HOMES: -WlnolowiiiwnlngCarpetVaflpaperMtorefioat -
12Wides. I I Volvo (Mercedes-Benz) \

in Germany. We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Consultation
ii FIAT-HILLMAN
224 N.W. 8th Ave.
Airman 2nd Class Virgil F. Custom Made\ MUSTANG lie N."'. Slxtnth' : SL

:I j. 'wlR 4IiI Felken. son of Mrs.! Virgin For Florida Living 2201 N.Phone Main 372-4373 Gainesville PHONE 372-0418 GAINESVILLE: 372-8191

.ainr :: Heiken, son of Mrs. Virgil\ Gainesville, k'la. Mohile Homes Inc.

r,s'ei graduated from the U. S. Air Get 1\10"\ ,
I
technical training\. YOU SEWING MACHINES
Force For Your $ $ Beauty. Academy Gainesville' Dlitroiint. Mobile,
GLASSGAINESVILLE
school at Keesler AFB Biloxi Home Sales Lot.

9m Miss. I No Salaried or Commissioned Purchase.. discounts on entire National Sewing .

_ He completed the radio repairman ; Employee chain guarantee huge savings.
POWELL'S
: 1-r-J- course conducted by Machine Co. Inc. '
1r": .: :, '{ 3.b.droom:; ;;OXFORD l r; the Air Training Command DAD & BRAD.LARSEN NEW !MOON CAPEIXAPACEMAKER ,

_ '. ,_.. .. ._.fWalter-.-, --:.'" which specialized, provides education technical programs and- LIKE TO WORK .Beauty AcademyLearn GLASS CO., INC. : New Home, Pfaff Nelco r

Used Mobile Homes Low Universal Sewing Machine
nation's a Profession In Tour
for the aerospace
YOU Benefit! 'EVERYTHING IN GLASS" Priced. With approved credit Bales & Service
Build the Jim force. Spare Time. Full or Part Time
way
I low as $100 down. Nearly New Units $5 monthly:
A graduate of Bradford Store Fronts Mirrors .
it's wise DAY A EVENING CLASSESLow
:
High School. Airman Heiken AU Sizes "n Display Windows Sliding Glass 4820 N.W. 13th St. 441 North Budget Terms Available

It's wise to choose) a builder with a flexible homebuilding plan which can be made to fit ts being reassigned t Wheel- 8.JO-12 Wide Tuition Term Doors Tub Enclosures 811V..

your 'financial requirements -. Instead of trying to stretch your budget. The unique Jim us Air Base in Libya, es a 15/i Baths 219 N.W. 10th Ave. Gainesville 378-1346 Unlverslty Gainesville
3038 N. E. Waldo Rd CALL COLLECT 378-1335
Walter homeowner's plan Is designed to help you get the home you need while still maIntaining member of the Air Force and Expandable Gainesville 378-2764 ....

your budget. You may purchase your new home built to virtually any stage of Conmunlcatlons Service. Oalneavllla 3702084University

completion from the basic shell home to one 90% complete offering you the opportunityto TILES & PAINT

make big dollar savings by doing all or any part of the Interior finishing that you wish. Radarman 3rd Class Ivan New and Used I CONCRETE PRODUCTS MOVERS I

You may purchase Interior finish materials from Jim Walter and Install them yourself. 1\. Starke USN son' of MrI'1 Glass FUNTKOTE TILBVinyl
C. W. Starke of Route 1 8-Yr. financing available I
purchase them installed by Jim Waiter or make your own arrangements for interior com stone Heights has returned' : : I INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Long Distance Moving -Vinyl Asbestos Asphalt

\ pletion. It's up to you. Whether you choose the basic shell home or one 90% complete, you fo. Long Beach Calif. after a I Use Our Rental-Pur & Glazing Co., Inc. Local Drayage Floor Finishing Product

can be sure of getting top quality at the lowest possible price. It's what you expect when tour of duty In the Western chase Plan CONCRETE PRODUCTS Storage Packing -('Crating: CARPET
-Payment*
build the Jim Walter MIRRORS
you way. Pacific as a crew member ARE TIlE BEST FROM Shipping
board the attack transportUSS Under $50.Per Month AUTO GLASS FREE ESTLMATES CALLHILL'S WALLPAPERTenney

\ 1h. RETREAT 1h. LEISURE Bay-field. During the Edward's Building
Tub Enclosure Showers
... -
WttktnJt Vacations Rtlltemint, six months the Bayfield was Inc. Doors Store Fronts MOVING Tile & Paint
with the 7th Fleet. she traveled NOW'Mobile Supply,
Don't *..oif; until next againt! & Storage Inc.
year 2222 N.W. 6th St.
a ::! 32.000 miles, transported 1319 S. Main Gainesville ,
100% financing/ Is now available/ / % : 4.000 Marines and conducted 726 8. Maln3724814GAINESVILLE 874-9951 Gainesville 378-1302
; I
Walter's lino of' 3340 N.E. Waldo Rd.
Jim complete ;
on : four search and rescue Home Site FLA. Gainesville 372-4271
SECOND HOME COTTAGES missions. ,
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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH



KEYSTONE' HEIGHTS MELROSE LAKE GENEVA
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RTARlfR. FLORIDA THITRSn,\V, JULY 27, 1967
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session at Camp Immokalee. ."' ."' ''''''''''' had as her guests her son of Samoa recently visited hU

-I-IKEYSTONE HILITES Jackie Fox. Kathy Mc- NEWS NOTESBy 500 Attend Rotary Club Fish Fry 'YY''y..1 and daughter-in-law. Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. A. C.

Olave.: and)! Dolores Murrheeleft MELROSE and Mrs. Ralph Prugh. and Spires Sr. and other friends
last Saturday to be children of Houston Texas. In the community. While
Helen l
By Jim Fox Counselors at Camp Immo Egan To Close 1 17th Swimming ProgramThe Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen here they were guests at a
Please Phone In Your Items 473-4143 kalee. By Joyce Rowe were irt. Quincy and Tallahassee party given. by Mr. and Mrs.

Margaret Pater spent last The new home of Mr. and .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA last week. Ed Allen. Other guests. Included -
weekend with her famliy; Mr. Mrs. Charles Wallenius, of 17th Annual Swimming munlty, were Jim Fox and: Mrs. Martha MacKeachie Mr. and Mrs.) Ovid
DUPLICATE BRIDGE year, the goal is to join the and Mrs. Dan Pater of Nel Bellalre Point on West Lake- Program sponsored by the Jeanne Gratteau. Duplicate Bridge left Saturday for a trip to Oano, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Winners of the Duplicate Florida Federation to have son's Point. She is attendingthe view Drive, was the attractive Keystone Heights Rotary Georgia Murrhee served as Last week's Duplicate California. where she will visit Mathews and Mr. and Mrs.
Bridge Club meeting on July workshop meetnngs and to offer summer session at the setting: for a coffee honoringMrs. Glut' came to a successful waterfront director and co Bridge winners were 1st Mrs. with friends. Woody Blaslngame. The

20 were: First place with the opportunity to meet University of Florida, Kenneth Sayres from 10 finish last Friday with an ordinator assisted by Kitty Paley Boyd and Mrs. W. J. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Boyle group enjoyed slides taken b)' ..
68 Va points, Mr. and Mrs. M. area people with similar in- Mrs. Lewis Muir and son 1 till 12 noon last Thursday.Mr. estimated 500 persons attending McGlave. Assistant Instructors Orolick; 2nd, Mrs. Robert spent a week touring Florida. the Spires in Samoa andi\ the
H. Fallcel! who are visiting terests. John of Baltimore. Md. are : and Mrs. Sayres and the traditional closing fish were: Joy Baker, Sharon Clare and Mrs. H. T. Dent: Places they visited included Oanos on their recent tripto
from Indiana; second place The next meeting will be ''vacationing at their home on their four children recently fry followed by awards to Morgan Kitty Martin MarIlyn 3rd, Mrs. Emery Cooper and Ft. Myers. Sarasota. Daytona Mexico.

with 63 Va points. Mrs. Amid on Thursday, Aug. 17 at 8 Lake Santa Fe, for several moved into the former home participants and instructors. Bridges, Kathy McGlave Mrs. W. F. Wilson; and 4th. Beach and St. A ust.ne.; Mr. and Mrs. Archie Yeoman .
Larsen and Mrs. Joseph o'clock In the Civil Defense weeks. of Mr. and Mrs Wallenius on Enrollment this year totaled Norma Valldejuli Harriett Mrs. J. J Brennan and Mi's. Guests at the home of and daughter left Sun-

Dey; third place. Mr. and Building. If you are Interest Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. ''the Point., Mrs. Ruth Tom'in-' 171 youngsters from Keystone Harper, Nancy Wood Vlvk E. P. Wright. Major Gen. and Mrs. R. P. day for a vacation: that. will
Mrs. R. B. Hurley of Jensen ed in Joining an active art O'Donoghue have returned to son, of.Gainesville, moth r of Heights and surrounding area Home and Cliarlena Home. Voluntwi Tire DepartmentThe Hollls: are their son-in-law and take them to Canada to Expo
Beach; and. fourth place Mr. group please be sure to attend their home on Lake Brooklyn( Mrs. Sayres, was also a guestof Certificates were presented to The Rotary Swim Programwas Melrose Volunteer Fire daughter. Rev. and Mrs. David 67 and possibly on to Alaska.
and Mrs. Ray Starnes. the next meeting.We after a short vacation.On honor. all !those completing Instruction started In 1951 and has Department sent cut reminders Prltchard and children Mrs. Dick Logsdon and
The Duplicate Bridge ClubIs have been asked! to Monday of this week Mrs. Wallenius was assisted, In the following( divisions: become a highlight of the' last week to those of Americus. Ga. They will children of North Little;

sponsored by the Keystone place in our column a special Pvt. Jimmy McMurtry left by her granddaughter, Miaa Minnows, Fish Flying Fish, summer vacation season In property owners who have i be here for four weeks. They Rock. Ark. are visiting her
Heights Woman's Club and reminder to Woman's/ Club for Plalnesvllle, Ohio to return Helen Lambert, of Atlanta. Sharks, and Junior Lifesaving. Keystone Heights and the surrounding not made their annual $6.00 spent Friday. at St. Augus parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. oJ
meets every Thursday night members that there will be a to active duty, after Ga.,, and ''Mrs. Joe Daurer, of' Clay County Sheriff Jen- lake area. Thousands contribution. The support of Robinson. and other friends
at the Masonic Temple. Tills picnic at Gold Head Branch spending a 17-day leave with Melroae. nings Murrhee served as of youngsters have received all residents and property; tine.Col.!. and Mrs. Parmley and and relatives in the com
Is open to the public .and! State Park on Tuesday Aug. his family Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Invited to meet Mrs. Sayres master of ceremonies, Intro- valuable swimming Instruction owners Is essential hi order four of their children. and munity.

visitors are encouraged to at- 22. It will be a covered-disn McMurtry. were the 1 Immediate neighborsand ducing all who assisted with during the two-week coursed to maintain and :improve Mrs. Parmley's aunt;, Mrs. Mrs. Ed Simmons Mrs. W.
tend. supper for club members; and Peggy Hewitt spent last other friends and associate the program. which are financed by the safety ''through the Fire De I Junski all of Gainesville O. Preston Mrs. Nettle Mann
WOMAN'S: CLUB weekend!! attending the church workers of the Instructors provided by the Rotary Club with, an openingand ,
their guests. Serving will begin partment. Improvement plus spent the day with MaJ. Oen and Mrs. W. E. Wentworth
KOP artists and craftsmenwere at 5:30.: Please circle this Soutihern Sigma Chi week- hostess. They Included Miss YMCA, through '!the courtesyof closing fish fry each year. ordinary upkeep [Insurance. and Mrs. Hollls. CO!. Parmleyhas went to Archer Thursday to

Invited to a meeting of date on your calendar. end, in Memphis Tenn. Marilyn Bridges, Mrs. J. Miller Pierce Long, director of Charles Hutcheaon, KeyStone gasoline, etc.) cost money. It Just returned from VietNam attend) the Santa Fe Assoclational -
the newly formed Bradford When you are In the Key- Mr. and Mrs. James Jack- Wrinkle, Mrs. Frank llgen, Camp Immokalee, were: Jerry Rotary president, described is not fair for a few peopleto and the family will WMU meeting.

Art Association on Thursday.' stone Bank, please be sure to i son returned last weekend Mrs. Kenneth Cooper, Mrs. WhRehouse, Lon Constantine" this years course as have to carry the load. soon move to Washington.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Gana
Ju.ly2G.. at the Civil Defense notice the model of the pro- from a visit with friends and Leon F. Milner Mrs. Van Mll- Butch Hosler, Calvin Marshal, a success from every stand- Everyone needs' to help. and Mrs. E. H. Bartlett and daughters of St. Augus- .
Building.: Bradford County posed Woman's Club Build relatives in California. .nor Mrs. C L. Tolford. Mrs. and Perry Scruggs. Other instructors point.. Contributlns can. be sent" to have returned from Mr.\ Bar- tine recently spent the week: ,

Fairgrounds, In Starke. Ing, and also the bulletin Last week Mr. and Mrs. William Warren, Mrs. Richard from the local com- Col. Ralph A. Stevens P. O. tlett's; 50th class reunln at with Mr| and Mrs. Ovid
Sunderland :MIss Sunder-
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Six Keystone residents board which includes photosof Edward Dwyer hosted a sur- Box 139, Melrose, or at the Berea College and reported a Gano.
land Mrs. A. C. Gaunt MrJT.
have joined the new assoc- the KOP Arts & Crafts prise birthday party for Mr. Chlapplni Gulf Station. wonderful time. One of the Mrs. BernIce Gano spent
G. Barclay, Mrs. A. 1 IS.!: Anthony My father and Tbny have itlng also.
iation. The new members Included Shows courtesy of the Jack- Dwye<<'8 mother Mrs. Ed Society Of Neighbors interesting things was the Wednesday in Mlcanopy with
1 Mrs. A. G. Louden, Mrs. been working on the carport Mrs. W. E. Kite and son
Mr. and Mrs. Ward sonville Journal. These photos Dwyer Sr. of Keystone The Society of Neighborshave presence of Prof. Dick, a Mrs. Delle Crlder.
I Ethel Moody, :Mrs. Ralph when it wasn't too hot or were in Jacksonville last
Bessette, Mrs Edmund Dwyer -: will be of Interest to Key- Heights, with a dinner at placed receptacles\ in professor who was 96 years Miss Melissa Gano left
James Zowarka
Naples, Mrs. ( raining.Sid week while Robert had some
Mrs. Sara McDonald, Mrs. stoners who missed! the show. their home on Clover Lane. Mrs. W. Mrs. the stores of Melrose. The old. While there they stayed Tuesday from Jacksonvillefor ,
James Voyles wisdom teeth extracted. His
Fremont Tolles, and Mrs. Over 200 guests who signed' Quests Included the honored Harlunk Thacker Mrs. Robert and Joyce Forbes and donations from these will be with Mr. and Mrs. Other. a two week trip to Camp
Henry Schuber.If the guest-book at the art guest and! her husband. Mr. son of Jacksonville are staying friend Robert WaJker visited used for equipment necessaryfor Oliver of Berea, Ky. Weed near Corabelle.
Cole Mrs. Francis P. Egan,
him over the weekend and
in the Abshlre
has from South Florida and Mrs. Harry Peters and cottagefor sickrooms for Mrs. Harriet of
the association show were Mrs. C. H. Haberstroh, Mrs. any patients Hanlln Mrs. George DeVulencls
helped to keep the dull times
enough members by next and out-of-state. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schuber. Al LaGaseee, Mrs. Audlne two weeks. The Forbes are sick recovering.. This Columbia, S. C. is visiting spent the weekend in Miami
HERE 'N THERE Mrs. Gay Livingston left Mrs. Nettle Stitch- the family that I lived with away. worthwhile organization is Mrs. Paley Boyd. Mrs. Barium visiting her husband who laIn
Brooks
eon Alec, of Nelson's Point, when I went to school In Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller
On Monday evening Mrs. berry. Mrs. Matte Smith, Mrs. sponsored by the Woman's and Mrs. Boyd spent the the hospital there.
Janice Batts entertained Mr. spent last weekend; with Lewis! Lebert, Mrs. Phil Jacksonville so I it's like hAvIng and children, Jeff Joan and Club and furnishes !lckroom weekend at Crystal River. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cox and

\ KEYSTONEHEiOHTS and Mrs. Ty Oarber and friends and relatives in West Cromer, (Mrs. Roy Watkins, my old family again. T. C. and) the MacOowans of supplies, to anyone who Mrs. Paschal Carr and children Death Takes Mra. Edna
daughter. Mrs. Olrard Evas- Palm Beach and Deerfleld (Mrs. John BHIsson, and Mrs. Like many other peooto 'that Jacksonville were In Tltua- needs them free of charge. of Douglasvllle, Ga. are Baker
havlk [Carol!] of Pittsburgh. Beadh. Mrs. Livingston visit- Vic Maston. we know they have been ville over the weekend visitIng Methodist Church News visiting Mrs. Carr's parents. Funeral services were held
Mary Ann Carlton ot Lake ed with her mother. Mrs. S. PKKSONALS having car troubles. Last Friday Jack's aunt, Ruth Miller, Next Sunday is Fifth SUn- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McOulre. Sunday for Mrs. Edna Baker

Hutchinson has returned R. Turner, of West Palm 'Mr. and Mrs. Stanley La- someone ran into the and camping on Fox Lake. day when an offering will be Rev and Mrs. Charles wh died here Saturday. Burial
home after a two-week trip while Alec was the guest of Coste have returned from a back of Sid's car on Atlantic They returned home Sundayto received for the support of Bartlett of Hanover Park HI. was in the Melrose Cemetery

In the North with her aunt Miss Susan Hunt and family few days visit at Ormond Boulevard. It knocked him a delicious Red fish chow- the Methodist Chlldrens' are here for a week visiting with Rev. James Fink:

and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Al in Deerfleld. Mrs. Livingstonalso Beach, and then spent the across the road into the der, prepared by Coburn and Homes. his parents. Mr. and Mrs.l E. conducting services. She wasa
L. Brooklns. In Baltwmsvllle, attended a dinner partyat ; weekend with Mr. and Mrs. ditch. He didn't think he was Peggy Raines. Clint Blanken- Rev. Steuart will be at H. Bartlett. When they life-long resident of Melrse

MELROSE N. Y. they were guests of Mr. the Hunt's home on Sun- Ray W. Becker of Lake hurt ....t the time, but hada ship of Gainesville was a Rustle Camp this Monday leave they Intend to Journeyto and member of the Baptist
and Mrs R. M. Monroe and day afternoon.' Mason, near Melrose. pulled muscle In his back. guest also. Miss Denise Mid- through Saturday. In case of Canada where they will Church.
in Ontario they were guests VOLUNTEER FIREMENThe Mrs. John Bird president of Now he has to go back to dleton of Ft. Myers was visiting emergency call the Methodist Visit Expo 67. She was the wife of C. A,

of Dr and Mrs. O. E. Reed. regular monthly meetIng the Community' Church Women Jacksonville everY'' morningthis during the week, and Youth Camp, Leesburg, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Durbin Baker and sister of Mrs. Ida
BUSINESS They also spent several days of the Fire Departmentwas recently appointed Miss week for therapy. The Miss Susan CXowlni of North and leave a message. have just returned from a Perry and Mrs. Susie Preston
touring Washington, D. C. held! July 5 having been Marilyn Bridges as General man who hit his oar gave Palm Beach was an over- Anyone with any news and trip to Lexington Ky all of Melrose and Mrs.
Mr. and! Mrs. J. A. ,Williams postponed one day due to the Chairman of the Fall Bazaar, them an Insurance company night guest of Joan's recent dates of meetings in the Mr. and) Mrs. Evans Spires Nora Alexander of Waldc.
DIRECTORY of Lake Santa Fe. have holiday. The meeting was and Mrs. Don Morgan as co- that had gone out of businessas ly Church for the monthly .
had as a guest for the past caled to order by lesldentRedfeam. chairman. Committee appointments his Insurance. His wife Pap Noraworthy flew to News Letter, please have it in ..

two weeks their grandson will be made later. gave them another company Richmond, Va. Monday on the Church Oflce by July 30. I That'8 Our Business
Edward A Timmina Jr. of Chief Bennett .reported two Mra. Pearl Wilkinson of when they couldn't locate the busines8.- -PERSONALS GLASS

BEAUTY SHOP the Panama Canal Zone. fire calls during the month, |Cross City spent the weekend)I man again.! They left the car -Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gulled MrMrS.. J. W. Sapp! I (: "If It's Glass We Have It"
Edward Is the Host Scout and Everett Fox reported seven with her daughter and family, at a gas station that night. ge. daughter. Wanda son spent last weekend at Doff-
KEYSTONEBEAUTY
from the Canal Zone. Since ambulance calls. A discus the Bud Anthonys. and someone stole It took it Dwight and girl friend Sylvia tona Beach. CALL, WRITE or VISIT
SHOP his visit to Florida he hasmet sion regarding cars and motorcycles Mrs. Margaret arenas left over to the north jetties near Branter of Georgia were We wish. to express our: FOR GLASS NEED
EdJUa' Johnqon. OWIMHT other Host Scouts from folowlng firetrucksand ,|last week for an exetnded visit Fernandina.. stripped it and weekend ;fvlsltors- of Mr. and deepest sympathy to Rev. ANY
''J Personal.! several southern states. Last amuglance while on call with relatives and friends In.RocUfovd burned it. So now they have a Mrs. David Rape and 'took James 'R. Neale," Jr. whose I We Design! Modern Store Fronta

1 A\ Creative Saturday all of the Host Constable Ray Chance that Ill, her former 1 lawyer trying to straightenit their daughters Sheryl and mother, Mrs. Edith Carolyn
Hair: Styling Scouts left by plane for Chicago such violators will be arrested home state. out for them. Sandra home with them. The Neale passed away last weekIn Just Mall Us A Pattern For

Individual Beauty (.Dare. and Yellowstone Na- in the future. Mrs. Ethel We/man and Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Roy girls have been visiting the Winter Park. Table TopsSHEA'S
The secretary was tnstrut- Arthur Coombs have returned Joan and Mrs. M. Pearsall has
JOy..., Form of Beauty Culture tional Park enroute to the Crenshaw Jerry Rapes this summer. L.
cted to write the County j(from a two-month visit with and .
12th International Boy Scout peggy Wayne Hersey ,
TueSat. 9-8 W. Revels
Open Mr. and E.
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Commissions of Bradfordand : Mr. Coombs'' daughter and GLASS CO.
Closed Jamboree at Farragut State came over for a swim. Mr. ,
Monday have returned from a vaca-
Park Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Counties asking family, and former friends in find Mrs. Otis Lee and son, and lot Sunday afternoon. They
to Alma Oh'
tion trip ,
BOATS MOTORS Williams accompanied their that they request the Florida. Pennsylvania. Bert stopped by for a visit visiting her brother who was may' be building and moving 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353
grandson' to Atlanta, and Fire Service to make controlled down to join us soon, as Mr.
BILL'S MARINE visited with relatives and burns In the vicinity of also.Preacher and Marian Win- sick., and Mr. Aldrich hopes to has go improved home- Dupont may be working' In

friends prior to their return the county dumps to prevent Morning Prayer and Sermon Gainesville soon. -
ALES SERVICE ters are off to Tennessee fora next week. While there. Mrs.
**Th. Fun fleets In" trip home on Sunday.. fires from sprea<1inl'. 2nd and 4th Sunday vacation visit and to bring Revels broke out with the Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Benton r Don't Get Carried Away
On motion of Beam and 0:30: ajn. (nursery open.) affair fish fry .
An Outboard Mr. and Mrs. Jack Little Jimmy home. They will be shingles.We' had a family
ChryBtar' Lone Star &.... and daughter. Marlene of Tyre, it was voted that only Holy Eucharist and sermon back in a couple of weeks. I were very sorry to hear at their home recently. Those I

I M Chrysler: Motor Monessan, Pa. were recent authorized qualified active 1st and 3rd Sundays, 9:30: a. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Medlockand of the death of Mrs. James enjoying the affair were: Mr.
Borrloe A Part for guests of Mrs. Little's brother members of the Fire Depart- m. (nursery open). Church family of Jacksonvilleare Robbins' brother, Francis: and Mrs. Ferrell Asbell and,
....,.._ Hlgt 47S-4MB. and sister-in-law.] Mr. and ment could operate the air School, 9:30: -m. "Holy Eu- staving in the Fleming Marshall Strickland'' In an children Mr. and Mrs.. Ken-
Corner itt... 21 28 the air compressor. Fox and cJiartst: 8 a.m. each Sunday. neth Benton and
Mrs Bud Heeler of Peach St. cottage this week. Bill and auto accident Saturday night. chlldren'l
Bradley then moved to return 7:30:
Prayer
Evening p.m.
Mf'Imt'M! '475-4851 While they were visiting in Agnes' Van Norm spent) the We would like to express our Mr. and) Mrs. ,
to the 6:30
the compressor each Sunday. ETVC, : p.m.
Keystone, the Littles also fam- es and children Mr. ano
weekend with them. sympathy to all of the I
CLEANERS enjoyed camping out at Oold Civil Defense Director, and each Sunday. Sorry to report that John- Mrs. S. J. Benton and FOR FREE ESTIMATECALL
I this motion was carried. Dally offices of Morning ily.Mr. and
Head Branch State Perk. nv Ross had an accident and Mrs. Gerald Kee daughter-in-law. Mr. '
Keystone Bennett will 8:00 a.m.
Chief securean and Evening Prayer : and
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Farris of SCUBA!' with his riding mower last and children of Bath. S. C. Mrs. A. K. Bowen Ch1l-1
Cleaner*, Inc. and children have returned equipment inventory, and arrange to and 9:00: p.m. week. His pants leg' got visited their parents, Mr. and dren and Mr| and Mrs.

O. K. Davis from a vacation which included have any outstanding equipment -LutheranLutheran caught In the drive shaft, Mrs. K B. Watkins from Simmons and children Florida Pest Control and
Mr.
HJvery Dry Cleaning: Service travels and visits in returned to the station. Church of Keystone twisting his ankle anl cutting Thursday to Friday. Mr. and Gainesville, R. E. Bowen, and f

laundry Finish or :Fluff Tennessee and North Carolina General Chairman of the Heights; Vicar Richard his Ifg. He Is hobbling' Mrs. Lee Tompkins and chil- and Mrs. Gene Benton L.

I :3 Day Service last week Mr. Farrls reports Fireman's" Ball, Everttt Fox Meyer minister. around on crutches now. dren of North Augusta, S. C. children of JacksnvUle of, P.Dado' Chemical Co.
and children
Pick Up and Delivery that the mountain named the following subcommittees Divine worship. Sunday 11 Hone you are feeling better, were visiting the first of the Benton
T. E Benton
Keystone FUlglita 4TS-SM4 bears do not respond favor- ; : Table and chairs. a. m. Holy Communion 2nd Johnny.Mr. week. Mr. Watkins is a pa- City Mr. and Mrs. -
ably to a camera. as one bear Bennett [Chalrmanl, Mas- Sunday of each month.Services and Mrs. Dick Billiard tient in the Medical CenterIn end daughter of Charlotte -

CONCRETE was In pursuit of Mr. Ferris sa. Tyre and R Tyre; Gate held each Sunday: were visiting In Okeechobee Gainesville. N. C. of Airman and Mrs.Airforce
when he tried to tako the i Committee, Beam [Chalr at St. Anne's Bniacopa where" they went to take Mr. and Mrs. Bert Davis Frank Frye Homesead -
Benton and
Hawthorne Concrete bear's picture. I man], Tomllnaon Bessette Church. Keystone. lelghU Dick's brother home, and andi Mr. and Mrs. Harold Base H. B.
Hall and
& Supply Inc. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rush- and Bradley; and. Decoration 1"lt." Vero Beach over the week- Smith of Gainesville wereSunda.y family of Putnam Rain Go
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ton have returned from guests of Mr and Mrs. S. J Benton, who I ,
Committee McOlave I Chairman -
end.The
of them all.
REnt mother
Memphis. Tenn., where they ], Redfearn Paul Tyre Baptist Norman Barbers will Mrs. Harold Johnson. !
MIX attended the funeral of their and Donaldson.At Worship services: : Sunday, be moving back to Jacksonville Paul. Lee and Gregory Last Sunday the Bentons ,

CONCRETE nephew. Capt. Wayne Rush- the conclusion of the 11 a. m.. 7:30): ) p. m. [nursery this week. With we Strandberg were weekend had a barbecue and swimming I Away! \We're :
Jlwy. 20 W. Hawthorne ton who lost his life on the meeting. Fireman Sunder- open]. could persuade them to stay. guests of Mrs. Jo Strand- party and T. L. Benton I
481-2932.: 2031 School] 9:45 a. m. ar.d cut and children of Dade City, H. ,<
battlefield In Vietnam. land showed two films pro- Sunday : but with both of them working berg, and cleaned ,
GAS Kathy and Laurie Bender vided by the Florida State fnurseiry open]. Tralnln" ''On 'there, I know it will be her yard for her. G. Benton and children of'' q

son are attending a two-week' Fire College.St. ion 6:30: p. m. [nursery opal] more convenient. She says Mr. and Mrs Earl Voyles Jacksonville and Miss Kath- Not Ready
Keystone Saf-Gas Rev. Lawrence Carroll, they will be back visiting often spent several days in Jack- erlne Bronson of Gainesville

pastor.: though.Mr. sonville, while Earl was play attended. I
Bottled Gas MURRHEEInsurance and Mrs. Owen Bryant ingina& tournament at That seems to be nil the ,

and AppliancesSee Agency .vvvvvvvvvyvvvvvvvvvv'. spent the weekend with Mr. Dunes Golf Course. He won news for this week, so heres For A Rainy
and) Mrs. Lagrasse in Gaines 3rd place in the second flight. '
Us For All of Your Richard Murrhee, Act. ville. They went fishing to Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Ellis LeeonLEEONS CORNER I i
Gas Needs General Insurance INDIAN BEACH Watermelon Pond and I spent ]last week in Savannah, "Michy Bimhwelser" I,
William' SundayMass J JU's
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Phone 473-1351 Fire Casualty Marine< caught some nice bluegllls. I and Mrs. Judy Neace of Guy- Mlchy Buschwelser, j
Auto BondsKeyetona 7:30: a. m. Wednesday, (Lake ..>... :Fe) Day! ;
4778 Mass and Novena 7 p. m. Dolph and Shirley Reddish ton, Ga. returned with them. Was his name. i .
NURSERY 1 Hetftita By J Michael H. army and children of Starke spent They took their granddaugh'ter Drinking wine ,

I Community Church Rev. Ph. .1 -ll11 Sunday with her parents Susie Ell of Tampa Brought him fame. ''I
O.C. Carnes Nursery Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Carpen home, and their grandson He drank wine.
Milner minister. .
Leon F. Mrs.
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caught water.I I
mway 100, Florahonie SCHEDULEOF George Canova, organist. Mrs. ter.The Johnny QuInn. They Like a-- horse drinks '
31 MflM SB of Stark* SERVICES William Warren Secretary1. Hello again this la your shellcrackers were on 23 shellcrackers Monday He could get drunk the more serious pursuits of life, a savings account -

Nur ry Stock ThousauS* Sunday School. 9:40: a. m. happy go lucky rolling reporter the bed for three days last morning around the trees. For a dollar and a quarter. provides the "umbrella" that will enable you
of Plants A Fruit Tte. tochoo. PARK Morning Worship. 11 a. m. with the news. Things week according to the Qrlfflns. Oeraldlne Lee and daughter He'd drink that stuff, : to weather financial "rainy days."

.. from. Mice Shade Trees of-the :Nursery at 11 a. m. service were fairly quiet around our Their boats got around Donna Gay were visiting her Till he ]left this world. I When you have a steadily growing savings account -
Bvergreens Landscape only. house this week. We haven't 300 of them. We didn't find parents Fred and Corine Thle- He'd rather have wine, in this bank you will not only be ready forlife's
Plants. All In containers PALMS8UXDAYS had as much company as usual out about them in time to man on Friday. The Thiemans Than to have any girl. "
but will have what it takes to
Plant anytime. Camellia. Presbyterian Lots of our friends are'' on try them. Mr. and Mrs.. O. "J. : and Bartons were bugging! two But one fine day' "rainy days, :
azalea Faith Presbyterian Church vacation. so guess ,they will Andrews of Mt. Dora and : nights last week. and got 35 He met sweet Gin. make all days "sunnier! .

Let; u> do year landscaping 11 OA.M. 7:30 P.M. -ROT. 3. R Neale Jr.. xnlnItter. be bock soon. Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fella- one night and 41 the other. She sat his heart.
Phone 684-216S : :Mr. W. A. Wallace, organist Corine and Alfred Hudson. bum of Savannah. Ga. are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph! Fil-" In a little spin. COME IN GET ACQUAINTED I
THURSDAYS ; Mrs. Carl Swteher Fay and Norman Hamilton spending this week at Griffins mon and children are spend She said to Mlchy.
USED CARS 7:30 P.M. summer organist. and children of Gainesville, Lodge. ing this week with Pete and Here's how it's going to be. I

FUNDAMENTALBIBLE Sunday School 0:49: ..m. and Jack and Ploy Taylor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Joyce Barton. Joyce Is on Your gonna have to quit KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember
Hanks Used Cars TEACHING Mornta Woraht11 ..m. Apalachicola were! down for a Kldd of Jacksonville are visiting vacation this week. wine Ing, I I

BIG CASH DISCOUNT Sunday, (Nursery open both fish supper. We wanted to go her sister and brother- Sue and Don Ritchie! and If you want to go with me. F.DJ.C. Keystone Heights, Flo.
TERMS AH Services Held In The hour) bugging, but the weather in-law. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. son were down working on But ole Mlchy,

BUY SELL, TRADE Congenial Atmosphere didn't cooperate.. We tried Orolick.: Her brother and their beach this week. He knew what was best. Tour Friendly Bank In Your' FriendZj;
Kt. 1 Box SO I Of The Lounge. -Episcopal again Saturday but It still family Mr. and Mrs. ThomasJ. Bob and Virginia Dupont He kept the wine, ** f
Hwy. 100 8 Mile* B.! Storfce 'St. .Anne's Rev. W. W. wanted to storm when we Hudson and family and and three children of Jack- And said "to heck with all Communlty.L .
WorstaO, Yicar.: should have been fishing.' guest .ot Gainesville were vts- eonvlHe were down at their the rest." I I



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Id.... claimant. his agent or his attorney dead or alive to-wit. Edward dofvntlaniH. md to'' 'Ubjeot the
played 'in Saturday AUK I 5 fun. B. L. Moxley, Jr. Shine StillBroken Al .r I DayDx.cutIVe or It will become. void aoctofdlna N Dlckoraon and If married Intni.wti. .,1( ..M ,>-Pftrc rn m to
The first vll! l-.nln at I Johnny Powell ana David Director to law. hi. unknown apoua, Thomas ..THurrln .an equltal. l<- lien In favor of
TourneyFor Kame I Elected Head ?Iu at 7/87 July 18, 1967 : and If married. hi* Unknown plaintiff.. ..ind. nntlfy. the wun
great
'7 each night. Alvarez accomplished n UpA (t>/ Krtlth' Qrlffl. DeMauran potifitt, .Tonnette K Bui- rita the iiri'' >" its ,,' tiny par->
The meet is a douh'e\ : elimination -i feat on the trampoline After Of Country ClubBen COURTKKMliP 011" IT!i OHU1F18 If' married, bur un tltlnn i nit" '. niKl, ''It I, H"\1 '1st the titlef
IN THI: i-rnciiT( &1\V..n"'I ., their aid coparcernepM -
DeMAUROAdmlnlBtrutrtx ; "
Ilarrla. said plnh.tlflH
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win only a few moments practice .1.llrTHCIALl
affair with the 1o'1.0IUU.1'lnll'rH I i; of the Qau- and said ClttM A do-
\Women Set Eraamu O. Hill, Frank
ner and runner up el.glble to a backwards flip wa addedto L.. Moxley Jr. was deserted 300 gallongroumd 'j IUlit'I'', IN: A:Ni): FOB.tlllAlFORi ''I Estate. of Jeff Urlffla //1'01'', and If married, Ma Unknown I Ivndnam to mild land ana/ nit

represent the N01'ther.al'ea our trampoline stunts. elected president of the Starke ::! 1 bog type moor.thlne ': ANT:- COLNTYlitVOltCl OTHER a/k/a J. K. Qrlffle. apoua, U. U. Alden and the right of title.eni'h, interest said CIA.lien B

in the District tournament to This Friday, a Campingtrip Golf & Country Club at the still was broken up July 18 THO.MA.S deceased.Ac PIERCE It alive married, and hiM If unknown any of them upouae.It bw. dvfomlantn.and rlKlm and you are h.r.byummonind
Here Aug. 1-4 be held in Deland, August is planned for girls age annual meeting held last! by the Bradford( County L.INHA CtAllj IIUU:>;. 203-5 North Temple'' Ave. dead then to the unknown llv- and required to ivn
10 to 14. The campout will be Thursday night. Sheriff's Department along plaintiff Htarke Florida InK devl"....., hemp, eon.luirateea or before Au&u.t 8, 1967. file
10. -Vlt-- First publication/ on July 20. ereAltora", andoth.r an8w..r or other defenae to
elected at this state and federal beverage :: GILBERT MORN Itenora yuiir
Teams competing in the held at Strickland's landing Other officers with I.AWltfoNC"T 1H87. claimant. under or anuS I unit In the office of the

The 1967 Florida Amateur tourney include last year'ewinner. camp grounds at Kingsley time were: Guy Andrews vice agents. TO: LAWltlNCl lefrndiiflt.!:' GILBERT 7/20 4t '31oTirn aralnRt each such deceased. de- Clerk florida.and of mid Court to nerve at Starke.copy
Lake. The girls wUl stay president; Fred Glenn, necre- The Sheriff's Departmentwas HORNApllttment ndnnta
Softball Association women's upon plaintiffs attorney -
Conner Insurance. Alao to nil unknown peranna there of
!\; IXTUVMOV]' TO
or
slow pitch: softball tourna- and Goodman's Quit both of overnight and return Saturday -, tary: and Jewttt' Fogg treas called Into the case. according "Mmtt t t D-3 Boulevardfitintiir. ItF.CM'ltCH: 1"1'1'1'101111iAlll>l claiming any Intereat In or lint .. Thoron .t. Yawn cad Hokll
Kill: I
I whose addrem )la P.
afternoon. Come on urer. to Deputy Dolph I :NotiCe 19. hereby/ ffrvvn' that on the following landa In BradCord V. Knight
lleoiRiaYfUI
ment will be held In Stark, Starke: Sullivan and Econ- to-wlt O Drawer .". SMrke Florida,
:
Tuesday, Aug. 1, through mat of Lake City; Police- girls, let's help make It a In addition' to the officer .Reddish, by the state and MtH IIISKEBY for: NOTI-and the vlnlonn underiilg-ned nt Chapter, under Sl.( 5a the Law.pro-. I T1i.CnuntTPlorlrta.Northwmt Quarter of the othitrwlm. the allegations of the.
divorce
Saturday Aug. 5.. The tourney man's Wives and Kings Food good time. I/et's go camplng- the following were elected to federal officials. The still was KIKI mttlemcntf)." ,tlmt* HUlt the parties' 'property of PloHdn: I Act o-f 1941': w'l I Northeaat. Quarter (NWV1 of complaint. will be taken. .a con.foitend
la sponsored by the Florida The Tiny Tots will travelto serve two-year terms on tho found six miles west of I rlRhtH i'hi Id custody anduvpoi.t revlMter wltli: the Cleric of; the NN\\Ii ) of Scc'llcm 23 TownahlpI by.you. ordered that
Host of Gainesville; and an South, Range 22 Knat, by It In hereby
.
Circuit Court In and for Brad-
1'01'PI..Lllllrr' '
Amateur Softball Association the Children's Museum In' All-Star team from 8t. Aug attorney has be..nfn"II County up.np..oor
On Adams, Bill Epps Clyde Torwllleffar SR-100 In owned, and said. known namndClnaa .a week for the next 4rnnnerutlve
District 11 and is the ustine. Jacksonville this Prtday. a posture nimlnKt you a. Defendant of puhlioatton of this no- every weekly. l 18.U. of
Carl LaMar Johns, Container l Linda (lull Horn an Plaintiff HIM th. flrtltlouH name of Tlira A and Clam n defendant
Popeye'sPals by Corp. hy
'. Monday. July 31. Bradford County Telegraph,
first level of tourney pla NailOllN KlSTAURAJMT.: OI you and ah of you are hereby The
will have our Tiny' and J. D. Odom. The still located in a I In 110.> iibovo Htylvd Court notified that a ault ha. been a qualified newspaper published -
): BOt South Htarke, Fla.
Entries In the tourney represent ,anil, i I CHiis and you me required Bradford County Ploritlit.end ,
friends as guests. So everyone It was announced that Harris : pond. pond had been aband- tn rile your Defense. or JaniCe H. Knrneat. Pj O. Box brought aajalnat you and each of In olrcolatlon
the best two games Summer Program Gainesville ,' lo the Complaint a. 41*. Stark. Kin. Holeowner.. you hv J. C Preratt Jr. andOenuvieve havlnw a venerul
Green engineer.Is Aniwei ,
future T.V. pond had been abarud11ns .
watch for I In 8Altl County.
our Prevatt, hla mlfn a. i
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Dated thl 3rd
of the affiliated cities in the UI. .1 Ih.'I..ln with the Cleric of day of Jurv A
northern area of Florida. All Grand Finale stars. compiling the necessary Information to Deputy Reddish. There tlif t'lr.lI/I/ Court ill and torUr..dfuI'I1 D. 1987..t. aturka: Bradford their plaintiff. and alan Anrll airnlnal Kutch .raid Witness riri'iilt m)Court' hand and ae Clerk the Heal' of"
ofImprovements I. rn.p"rcern.
on a County. Florida.
program CourthouseHlarkc.
last Saturday. the Bantam was not much equipment County oC auld Court at Starke. Bradford
and ruti-a. nla wife.
games will be played atStarke's Set For MondayTen at the club for Klorldu and curve a 74tp 7/27 Margaret
Florida, this Sad
Bojs) were honored with their present except the :300 gal- tlii'KMif, mild Plalntlff'H Van FiiM'h and Helen Futch his County
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new ball field. West which loan was recently copy I upon Mrs L K Fntrh /Miles; day l of July. l'167.CIlICrIT .
a wife
*"!y
lon pot which was destroyed. Barton TiMMiKluH.
at '
annual swim party Camp attorney +
: 'lnrUIT COURT IN roruT SEAL)
and :
( :
Sie Park located on Orangeaflreet tired girls finally Workon ivA1U J. Putchv Mrlvln 1Fut"h.
the FHA. ) North Main
Blanding. The 34 boys enJoyed approved by Nothing was confiscated. loa KOH'BI'AI>POHU COL.rr %- .: Mildred Kutrh to partition tho> /S/ Chnrleii t. Darby
starting Tuesday made it to Strickland's the projects will begin Stri''l' ',, EJO. Drawer U'ltt, KI.OHIIAIC1VII.. above dxarrllied. land( betwwn A* Clprlt, "I t Clnult Court of
t and ending Saturday :!' hamburgers and hot I Clulnoftvlllv. Florida on or be- ACTION: ...hicoparnern.r. Bradford County, Florida.
/Aug Landing:! on bicycles from after data has! been submitted acid plaintiff nnd their $ I
furc the hat day of AiiKunt,
dogs after their 6wlm. Indi- Rabies Clinic C'\MIoJ NO. KM and paid Claaa A T/6 Aug 3Three Staako. last Thursday. After for home runhitters to FHA for final approval.The I 1U67 and If you fnll to do00 J. C. PRKVATT, .1R.| and wife
awards
vidual
games wil be playedon the long hard trip Boo for the
were presented to aKaiimt you relief Plaintiff,
Tuesday Wednesday and swimming and packed I Irrigation and drainage
demanded In the Complaint Va.MELVIN.
Thursday nights, with a doubleheader -I lunches before "riding in Dyal.Johns. Carl Frank Where Stokes. Ricky Eddie projects. tennis court. electric For Animals ( .p, iiliMll. and proceed thereafter ICx Purte.W1TNKHH eaUlJiHi B. FUTCH Defendant ET Al.., This pleasure (trip will do you good!
set for Thursday cars* back to Starke. Except cart shed, new equipment -
tinnd and e..1 .
Hazen Danny McKlnney. The Bradford County J my Order of Puhllrntlon and Native
night and the finals to be for one flat tire the trip wasINS11AN11 I shed and other items. of lilld iVurt, thin nth tiny of of unit In the >nmf of tkellnle '
Kent Oraudon, Mike Schultz. Health Department Is sponsoring July. A.U> 1967 at Starke uf Florida' 'TO ",1o"1 \
and Fred Goetwnan Afterwards a Rabies Clinic to vaccinate Florida.. The' following:
Charles A Darby. Clerk .
I each Bantam prayer of ClaMH A defendant the unknown
for residents
pets '
Court
Circuit 'OUthlh ,
helra, davlieen. vranteea,
received a ribbon Indicativeof 100 Youngsters Starke and Lawtey on August Judicial. / I Circuit. In. and for l I"KatoeM. lli/ >nom. cr"dltor. and
the position their teAm fin- Invited To Attend 19. according to County SanItarian Bradford. County. Florida other claimants' by through un.d.r' -
1I0USINfj By: Bnulan M. Moody or Ralimt each: l..y R.
ished. Coaches Charles Johns, Jack Trawick. Deputy> Clerk flitch Filtrh. de'eaauJ \.t
Southern Discount: Charles Summer CampOne The clinic will be held in 7/20 4 8/10 d': ;.h"1'Ic..v; : vf HIllHborHCh : '"

Blalock, Police Dept.; and Bill the park across from the County, .Florida. Omil. It.
Prevatt. deceaaed }t. M. pr.-
Bradford
hundred .
Oraudon BPOE. were presented Health Department from 9 vatt. deceased anti Gertrude RESORT
SEE non DODSON OR BRUCE MARTIN FOR plaques in appreciation County youngsters have been a. m. until noon. The Lawtey Iff COtTNTT ..It'IXIK'HOimr.. Flitch-; ci..,.. known a. Wary

THE BEST DEAL ON- A NEW OR of the work they' have Invited to attend the Salva- Clinic will be heLd! from 1 to IN AND POIl. FLUitlUA.UltADFOKDCOUNTY. > O late.rtrud''of.r Bradford Futcli dooeaaed County. Flor-eaoh

done to make It possible for tion Army Camp on Lake 3 p. m. at the City Hall in In r..: Htuto: of FALL IS BEST OF ALL IN THE SMOKIESI Enjoy tho peace
the teams they worked with.! Bedford during the week of Lawtey. JKKF." K milPPIri ORIKFI3.,: d..pu..d'O"'U" akaJ. ida.And to the followlntr Clans B And quiet of the mountains riot of colon in autumn. .

This Saturday. the Bantam August 14.Children. The Health Departmenturges 12 TO tltbltlTOIUI and defendants Immigration; th." Florida Company Land, a crisp cool days.. refreshing, restful nights. wonderful

MOBELE'iiOME I Boys League, Pony league who are eight all pet owners to have Jeff All UrlfriH creditors a/k/a of the, F.eiitale Orlffla.deceuHnd of. Florida corporation. wholecharter food. Come back feeling fresh as.a" breeze. If you like

coaches and umpires are Invited years of age but not yet 14 their pets innoculated.Competitive are hereby notifiedand haa claimants expired" by and through all unknown activity there's square dancing, horseback riding, craft
to see the Jacksonville may attend unaccompanied. <1 rwiulreil, to file' uny claim under or airalnat It, Chicago makIng, wilderness pack trips bear and boar hunts, boat-
Suns the nternatlonal by an adult. Children be- or demand .which. they may Florida Association, whose ing, fIShing-lots more! Furnished cottages lodge. Rate
play have ag-alnxt Bald entitle In theoffice
League leading Rochester tween the ages of three and 8eBird Blilx will be of the county judge. of members., rrDresentatlve partners bualne.eagent. office lower"after September 15-less crowded. For reservations
I eight' years may attend with received by. the stats rurchnwnx Bradford County Florida. In and place of buHlnesa. !I. 'Un plwne 498-2211.
at 5 .
team. They will depart Inininlimlun, until '10:00 A.M ijurthoutte, Florida
at Starke.
NEW 12 WIDES FROM the
UP and all unknown claimant
$3299 knownv -
p. m. and return alter the their mothers as a "Family i EOT, on riot Hhnwn for th. inlioj within ala calendar by through undor or Send for
Group." I nt HiirpMm prorIYAIIN'II"t month from the date (o-f thefirat .
against said Chicago Florida
RECONDITIONED \ game Saturday night. II, un Tin Gum I IHkl publication of thin notice FREE COLOR FOLDER: DB Fontana N.c'
& 10
8 WIDES, 1, Well. boys and girls, summer Eligible children may obtain EIlankM. corxlltlmm, and spec-l. Knch, claim or demand moat he Association Also' to each of the following Depf. Village
I recreation fun has al- applications at tAe Itlratlonn may he obtained from I II I In writing and mum utiua the defendanta. not known to be
Bradford Health! Department lie I Htate Pur,''hHHlnn Comm.-! June.. 'IIP resitlence and poet .
AND County
2 3 BEDROOM
MODELSAll
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We have
must come to close. Blun, Jim. I It2, Wllllum 1), HI..ithum r fflc Hdilri-Hn, ..f the .claimant -- =' == =. --
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made many friends and have or at Dr. Jennings'office UuUfllnjr TallHhaBHBu, Flor-, find moat be Hworn to by the ,= -
Ages & All, Prices fond memories of the experiences in the U. S. O. build-

have'had this sum- ing. These must be completedand I

Low Down Payments, Monthly Payments Less mer. So.we to top the summer returned on or before I I: JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORYAPPLIANCES

Than Rent off Grand.. Finale ias' been Thursday August 3, and will WALL to WALL
planned for M6nday.' July 31. be accepted until all places'

FREE DELIVERY AND SET-UP I Starting with. >a Small Fry are filled. Successful applicants -'
II I baseball game at 3 p. m.. wil be notified before'' MOBILE HOMESUSEDJ. PHOTOGRAPHER

evening of final fun begins. "Clinic Day." \

Mustang Mobile Entertainment for all with a I Appliances Color TV -

i iI trampoline Tot exhibition at at $3OOO Is Goal I CARPET .. Zenith Stereo -- Magnavox Motorola & J. Swap Shop BARNETT'SCommercial
Tiny program
6:30.: a .
I In Annual Chamber General Electric and Portrait
at 3,
time
7, Story program ustru; TKAILKRS:
'. awards ceremony Drive "You Get A Good Deal At- Photography
HomesINC. and an Membership I Frames & Custom Fra.mlngtDna
at 8:30: has been planned to Campers from 8' 20'
show Interested' mothers: and Bradford Chamber of Commerce Y ...". .... BlHmllng Blvd.
Y2 Mobile 32' :59"\:\
16 PRBGESALE Homes
fathers what the sunimer recreatiOn ate a hearty breakfast : O. MrLLfR'fiJt JorkHonvlUe 33-i 164

U.S. Hwy. 41 North Phone 752-2797: : program is about this mort rill', Thursday then I IF. Trades Bank Financing
.
So, come on boys and girls set out In teams of two mem- I j .,., -it 5. iiJiwksonvills
Lake City,., Florida I II I lets meet together ,Monday bers each to raise $3,000 In'I We have several Hundred Square Yard 'Roll ends' ''I Ilgwy. 21. Orange Park

Headquarters For Instant Housing I night and end the summer new memberships. I and Remmupts -. beautiful colors and patterns, Tel. :. 1MOTORCYCLES PIANOSFor
right.' It'a'our; :last chance to The 'annual ""membership i I ideal for any room or your' complete home. Auto Sales & Service -

be together, this summer. drive began with the break

i fast at 7 a. m. and 'will end 100% NYLON-DUPONT NYLON LANDROVER Muilral. AdviceC.
CARTER NICE
at 4 p. m. when the teamsreport
SOME AS LOW AS
Garden i
back to the i
I II
II Ii i Restaurant for coffee a.ndl, YD. 2.95 The World's Finest in ..,......-' ..... ; .
2.95 SQ. Drives
I 4 Wheel
-- finalizing the day'? activities -, Sold and Serviced by HONDA ..&W a' 'iWm

| I Robert. Chevrolet 4J f .- ",", "
Slogan for day Iii, "It I S033Jacksonville M O T 0 Key |C L K: S .
I Takes Two-The Chamber of NO DOWN PAYMENT 3 YEAR FINANCING Green Cove Spring 261-9600, Established 1948

Commerce and You." i ALL CARPET MUST HE, SOLD- I ALL, :MODELS Chickering &

I The Chamber team with i. BEFORE AUGUST 15TH INVENTORYCall Other Name Brands

the highest volume of new Us' Now for FREE Estimates Tn Your JEEP Met'chants Green Stamps PIANOS -- CONN ORaANS

I memberships will receive gold Home. We Will Bring Sample!'! Vehicle 2631 1 Park& .k"onvnle 3HA-8.119
telephones to be Instaled In I
their place of business or residence .Jtrp, Wagonecr Station Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M.

'N-EW Hahn EIeetoPNnfet f'e courtesy of Independent FREE MIAMI BEACH I Wagons.
VACATIONI Tucs, Wed.. Thurs.. Fri.
Telephone Corporation.The Jrp l'nlver'ial!" PICTURE FRAMES
4 DAYS AND 3 I
teams willreceive Gladiator Truck
next three Jeep Open Stilt. 8 A.M. S P.M.
__ desk ashtrays with a WITH EACH SALE Authorl>d Service -

miniature gold telephone as S Approved Part..*
winners In the drive. JACK SMITH COMPANY"Interiors I S 4 IJrl"8EDDIE Wheel Drive -v \Vneti l Closed Sunday A: Monday SPILLERS'GALLERY


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INVITATION TO BID I of Distinction" BLAND

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( Qualityifcyjrteftre friends and neighbors about what you have to offer. DEAUTY ACADEMY: Roberts Recorders
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JOUfpockot.JOIII'duk.andOIItprlntiagreqlliremcnb. All Models Use Printers Paste Want Ad readers do not like or uniterIt makes good common sense to eliminate Academy 41 V.'. Mimrnegt. Like( New
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capacity condition advantage< Trained competent Want Ad-Visors will Modern Styling '-

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ELECTRIC MOTORS For the Horse
Soldervice4Eepaire4OeneratorsStarters C Artificial Byes Enthusiast"Western

GET RESULTSPHONE Clothing Leather-
Alterations C Eyew.ar Specialists goods, Saddles and Trailers

Bradford County Telegraph Armature Rewinding 213 Laura St. JAX 33853031034Park Charles & Sharon Petty
964.6305 4044 Lenox Ave. I 903 So. Edffewood Ave.

Jacksonville S87-2528o I St. .Jax 334-3818 i i.3 Jacksonville 8S4-1210


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dehtu eAntfkrtcd r by iinyuno i Court Htrtot. Hturhi'. 10'1"\(18. i \ W\'I'IIII'\ty I':I:. \ SA1N<3M U\. K. ..mil nili" >' 1':1'\\' Mil'i iI i"i.. .'n .iihn" ". ,u, pili ..", ...1' I"... ,... ,., '. ,., \l 1.1. .I II *i m ipproxlmatftly one IM ri .;. \j jI'
other tn n myntK. Levin Klllott l- nnd flk the .rlBinnl In the of- a 1'1.1"1 pot, "lh.lI.1'1o.lnI'f.. I 1.1'I :OC' >. iiriinni" i 1I'd.l 'in i ,h", i in \. 1 il[.. i ...., ,n.,.in,.<.li.il. In I I'h illI'nuk ,' "t I liiH 11.il''I''' "IIIh I* n, ,,01. ilt I I'' I I. xl "I I I Ii i H..only dUPdcit to Jnm..i*
Mr Itt. 1. Bus Sir Lawtuy ri< i> of tho CI.ur, \ tho Clrtnlt mid 'Ihil \ .. ,, ,, .. .., i ':'' : 'i '111" I )' [I" mil: :I mint: I I/"UII'' 'm all-bolnir ittliatwl
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iviiuirud' rili \'''ur II ii-i'iiilil' of H..dt..rll 'Hid ,'Ifli. .. County
< ni < imirv HHM :Minn .
of Antruut, 1987 ; othm-wlRO the HH.IIIU'lUI :M lwl'U: >D.un- "'..W".lh i Iho clork .nf. thin i MUIIIN.. FloridaTOOICTHKU ulatu lii tin "fir. ult i .int, of ", ,,,,"II. .nle.. to rnV brnhent
nr 'iiUIHIV '111lh .
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HUKallon f>(- nalil <.omplnlnt "' "I'rl.dNSn; MA til' M"'t-IX>lJ .. KIVlll Ciiiiriiv. !''rhlu' '. I will Hill I I" Ht bidder for ...aah. at the
AA &A& A &&. OTICIQ TO KFRM> will bu taken .an ci ..l>i'ity. Hltimttd In ,' I ",nl County Oourthourto.. In
upon orI.'ulllllrr' liy til* plaintiff' III I! ..
agent 01attorney .
n..11 Court. llrnilfordCoKXr. you ': MAUT) MuI.KOU. und tn or uaed In oonne<*- Coiinlv. Blorldn. d..8'rlh..d : ,'. Plncldat between ll'0:
Mrs Terry tyon and Klorlda. In CbuBnrry.Cum Till notice xlmll. be iiublUhailnnea HOI'HUAS( her huMliand -, ,l mi'' ,n nil" addrmH iittnrni-v III.* KANUOlll wiiowinil ,,' tlnn \\llli mild' premlie*, In* ) 1/fl U Thnt ,portion nf thi,< H\V.IIOV"I.iinil J;no pm, on 18th day
8/IT
daughters were visiting relative No 110 .eacn W"..|t for (our pnnwciitMt \ ICHIjl.lv' A JIHIOINM IIOU AtIuilli i''ludliiK' th*' follonlnK: tii." HI:'* or tha < -II"t. 10A7
In Nahunta EDNA 'MAlil VOOTCU Pllilntirr. wcokff In tho BradCordCt In.rondantN.sni ,:: : Nnlli'iinl: R :nk llnllilliiirI !111,0110.. IITH "CulvlllHIl apoco s". iion 2H!i. T..wn <'HAI Go. over n. MARION LKitov vo- Ct )' Tpl..ph.. 'i'>'11] 01'!< "i 111 .I,II-KHIIIM'III''. Klorldu. not lulu, III lltnrKit.\ HI in h iMn(r as KftKt ""I.J 1lK CIRCUIT COURT
thd weekend. OKI.,, DA'cnditntNOTICK Uuted thin Bth day ot July. 'run I si'xris en- FLORIDA ,limn "\.IKIIHI' ::11 1 A U iui'7If -hun ICxhaiiHt Kan r.V TI1V! PlrteillT COURT tNAN1 : ,," t h<* 1':111.Id.: .* of ( S..RO
Rev. M. D. Madeiras I rni7SBAfj'. Tt). ni-lliin BlindVITNIISH )> l''OK BRADFORD: < COUN- I,, iMtff II..ml, .and. riv llenlah. M Moody(
< was TO APPEAHTo' vou nil ti> vlu HI default \ : : inlinnd and thii'iil
( : TY. lI'I.oIU.PA), I''". th..r"\l1I" .. lot
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ANNII M VIJD MftEOIJIH Deputy'Cleric
In Perry last will IM ""1..1 I IIlInl"M'I'\ I'"rt fOIHi. ,' of nnld' C'mirt. at 'ainrh.,
Thursday Marlon VCIKP! IIUN..4''A1r, !! P'I'AiNC1I! .
Leroy OMAR1.RR! A OAR T. >U 'niur iiiMiimiili'' il in i lii ruinI.IIIHII ,Miiililii, ml* JO ditv. of July. COMPANY, Florida : W..''Ml, Mlili. of until. .. lundfl, ) HWK.
Friends of Mrs. Vincent You are' her bjr notlfii'd thata (lurk of th* Circuit Co..rt.liY known im \NVII2 MAI'PM'J.I"OD : ,;. 1 a Corpora- h\vav Road will be mitt tof Dlvnrce hA. b.en Hvulali M Moody, Rosldonc'e Un- A.n. l'187 tloji "1<,ItIKHt, Mllllliil'" ""U'l Hllll .., ,'. Florida 32107
Kelly glad to know lied iiKulnit, you In the nbove lipputy I Clerk I.. 'n, und her. hu.- 'TIlH. IIHIIII"" "f HII Id "lilt. III'lllffni ) <-i i\mrcs A. DA RUT plaintiff ': 11""| WP.' nnil h ,
that she Is rapidly Improving named Court and CUUHU Ri.il" vuu 1/6 it 7/37 -band, _______ DOIO-: tin. f'Ti'l'iHtiri" of ,thi I "nnil, ,, l "cii-ik" nf thi' flu,,tilt I'oiul '''. II.OW. : uriiir or Ihe .. It T/27
folowlng surgery last week
In St. Vincent's Hospital in

Jacksonville.Mi ,
\ and Mrs. Barney Egg- Price

ers and daughters of Jacksonville SMOKED I t ___ irunniMMiifo Mi'ni' i.iii M m? '
and Mrs. Ancil Nor Good Thru '
B GET UP TO
man of Waldo were Saturday .
dinner guests of Mr. and WeekendQuantity
Mrs T. N. Norman and Gerald. _
'. I

Mr. and Mis Eldon Sapo .
were visiting their son and i Right A. 5 a

dauglhter-ln-lavtr. Mr. and !' Reserved. H EXTRA FREE STAMPS L
Mrs. Joe Sapp In Jacksonville WITH THIS COUPON
Saturday'. D

Mr.and and son Mrs of Charles Ocala Crosby spent SAVE UP TO 24 LB. B 100 FREE STAMPS WITH $ 5.00 fOOD ORDER

last Tuesday night with his 200 FREE "AMPS WITH io.oo FOOD ORDER 0B
parents Mr and Mn. L. A. 0n
Crosby V **i s**
Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Pad '. .
gett of Jacksonville spent SUPERMARKETS 400 FREE STAMPS WITH $20.00 FOOD ORDER
the weekend with his par "

ents, Mr.: and Mrs.*" Ix>yd rices Good Through The Weekend l B .
Padgett. i'' IM ADDITION
TO THE STAMPS
YOU RECEIVE
WITH
Dewitt Padgett of Martinez Quantity Rights Reserved YOUR PURCHASE
Oa Is visiting, relatives VOID AfTCIt, July 29, 1967 maff fnfgM

here.Mike Conner Is spending BUTT CUT or WHOLE HAM lb.55* COOK QUIK VEAt or CHUCK WAGON ((8 to fh. Ib.) .

several days In Miami with

his Mrs.uncle A. A.and Johnson.Mr. aunt, .Mr. and \ ISli'eamded' 5TEAE
and Mrs. O. E. Crosby .
and Mrs J. L Johns were 1
dinner guests! of Mrt; and
Mrs Sherman Crosby and
family in Gainesville Sun

day.Mrs.. O I* Sapp and ,
grandchildren weie visiting/ LEAN FRESHLYGR.
Mr. and Mrs. H C Taylor In
Mlddleburg Thursday.
Mrs Marshbum Reddish BEEF
and children and Mm. M. D .
Medelras and children were
attending to business In Valdosta -
Oa Saturday.Mr. 3 tiS $1.39
and Mrs. Kenneth
Ellxson and children were

visiting his mother, Mrs SAVE 20* REG. $1.59FRANKS
Marie Ellxson. and Mr and
Mis Bobbyi.. Crosby In Gain
esville Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Sapp
and grandLhiUen Susan
and Jean were shopping In
Jacksonville.Mr. .
and Mrs Don New SAVE 10* REG. 59*

mans and chlldi'en and Mr. FARMER GRAY SKINLESS
and Mrs Jerry Dyal and
children enjoyed a week on,
the lake near Keystone last
week <<1..'

Mr.and Mi s. A. A Ortagusof
Jacksonville spent- the 498TO
weekend! with her brother
and elster-ln-law. Mr.* and
YOUR CHOICE!
Mrs. Wallace Solano.
Quite & large number of
the Boyless Hlway folks attended
the dedication of 1IMIT-1 COFFEE OF TOUR

Morgan Road Chapel Sunday.Mr. CO"iIf' ,IF F' .I't I'I,. CHOICI WITH $5.MOH >
and Mrs. Nick Crosby MORE FOOD OROil.
and children Mr and Mrs.
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Rufus Crosby of Salt Springs '
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and Mr. and Mrs Loran I .
Conner of Atlanta enjoyed a CHASE & IZXn i i AMERICAN BEAUTY MIXED VEGETABLES 15oz.can
tour of South Carolina and SANBORN C ,
CRKM STAMPS
MERCHANTS
= ._ I FYNE TASTE
North Carolina. \ 3'8 : J CUT GREEN BEANS, 16 or. can ".
1 LB. CAN 553? III'NISlII.IUII5. = KING COLE j-
CAN t RUTABAGAS 160
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THE i :::===:== ,... =--_ : MASHED YAMS, Yam Balaya 17 or. 8 FOR $1< Mf*
RIGHT POINT tt-r th
the way you write. Come ID ',: ,l ( - - - - I rf1; 11:_:''Io..AI! -I': CR. STYLE CORN, Walnut, ii ?,. 'EM u .

and Bflett your favorite ES t.., TWIN PET REG. 6/49 Limit 6 with $5.00 or more order. .... : _
''TERBROOK fountain pen. .. II P."T. _ _ --'- _
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Covers. AH sizes 30 cent eat .__--.-ttt----1-1".ty.y.>nKiiMv....K.*If "' d PDNEAPGPLrG 20.oz.. CAN 19'ce c. .. .

The Telegraph. COLD POWER REG. SI.43. Limit 1 with $5.00 or more order, I .
aj J IEGUlAR 4/49_ lED IIRD I

DEl\1jInRGEradty.'/ KING SIZE 99 = P..XT". .. : ......II\NIMtA\ c ..US" I":'! .. CAN.ltft .
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STARKE u; MERCHANTS WKNIrWUNPOWMaHMMMBa CREEN STAMPS* i 11IIi/f' u.. 'lIP "i

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AIJ KINDS OK VILED CRABS. IPAIe 79(
AUTO KEPAIU WORK .. f'

All Work Guaranteed HAIRSPRAY 99< Elsewhere Reg. or Super t Ii I' \
Phone 9A4-700) I .."...n..... I .rlhI"li 6ak :
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Roll; \ Walnut Sturko MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS I dgoodd

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Gilbert S. Brown LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC :=: 1 --==::: JUICY FRUIT-PIE. e ONLY. lA9c ,

Standard Oil St'nlee Station f i
i jo-oz. lorru WOO FAIR FRESH BAKED 15 or. REAl 1


Budget TIKES Term*ATLAS*BATTERIES Road Service 95c i.co:; t.. _KO!!. i BANANA Loaf Cake ONLT 35c

Phone 004-7071 ag;:: Hra* ol TWIN _,crr. rOOO FAIR HOMI STYLI SLICED ,'
,407 Ji. Temple StarLe! !._._.._ 2!' ..,c:.!:!!!' _,: l'
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fian Oil.* Lubrication
Goodjear Tire. &: Battnrfo. !!
ROAD 8ERVICK GLOBESD"Y.
301 and 104) Starke L
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PAGE SIXTEEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 9TARKE. FLORIDA": THURSDAY JULY 27 1987

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garden Holds1st I N.leRe) .. trounced Register I I been a battle all year Gar- [ st Augustine starting! Friday -I pitching duty to give Live I after an extended illness PERSONALS dale Hospital in Pulatka.Wednesday. ., hospital.
Oil I n-l: I den ,came: out In top. 6-3 July 28. Both Garden Oak their second straight She> WHJ- born in Starke on I Mr. and Mrs. Nowell July 19. Mr and Mrs R M. Ileracy
Place inMen's In tin OuaUcn-rcl Con and all but eUmlnutoU Noe- and NOCIIC)'" will participatein win of the night Mixon Nov l 1. 1904 and was the Home and daughter Sandra Mr. and Mrs, O L. Craw- Jr. and Willie Hersey attended
League trol game Garden walked off gel's Irom the 2nd half. this tourney and both havea started for Live' Oak and' daughter of the late Raiford of Miami visited. Mr. and ford and family attended the Atkins family reunionat
with the game 10-3 outfitting championship. Noe.j-rt's: out- good chance of advancing Heath relieved him in the I' and Viola Gore Strickland. Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan last week. Homecoming services at Decoy Kingsley Lake last Satur
t Garden Restaurant remained the losers 15-9. Woody hit Oarden 9 to 8 but' to the District.Southern 0th. Lake Butler was leading Surviving is one daughter We are very sorry to hear Baptist Church In Pa-
In first place in the Strickland led Garden get couldn't get them when they. 8-7 going into the 7th and Mrs. Louise Edwards of Hialeah that Matthew Piackham. son lat a. Sunday. day.Mr.. and Mrs. P. C. Mabry
Men's League last week by ting 4 hits for 4 times, at bat. were needed. D. Falcon led Wins final inning but Live Oak four sisters Mrs. V. D. of Rev. and Mrs. Merle Mrs. R. M. Horsey Jr. and visited Mr. and Mrs A. J.
downing Fla. Pest Controlon Lamar Sanford had 3 hit the Garden hitters with 2 came up with 3 big runs in Mitchell and Mrs. Nina Packham. has been sick this Mark recently visib.d Mr Lowery in Jacksonville Fri
July 19 and Noegel's for Pest Control. home runs and a double. 2nd Place In the top of the Inning to take King both of Miami; Mrs. past week. We aU hope he Hersey's sister Betty BlaJr
Auto on July 20, In the only In the !game between Garden The Northern Bub-District Bantam LeagueIn the load! 10-8. Lake Butler Ada. Pier Cleveland Ohio will have a speedy! recovery of Perry. day.Mr.
other game played last", week. and N gel'8. which has I Tournament will be held in could manage only 1 run in and Mrs. Frances Meek ot Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Mrs. R. M. Hersey Jr. re- and Mrs. P. C. Mabry
the play-off for 2rd place their half and Live Oak had Fort Myers. Also surviving Jr announce the birth of cently visited her aunt Mrs. went to Quitman Oa. Sun-
between Southern Dlscout! and another victory 10-9. are five grandchildren a son, Percy III in the Glen- McRae, In the Gainesville day to take Mjra home.
BPOE. Discount took two The final games of the Funeral services were heldat
straight games and won the tourney were scheduled for 11 a. m. Thursday in
\ f 2nd place trophy.> Wednesday. Jones Memorial Chapel with
In the first game played Rev. Donald Willis otficla-
last Thursday Discount had to Legion Team ting. Interment was in the
fight off the Elks to squeeze Kingsley Lake Cemetery un-
I out a 5-4 victory. Discount Plays G'ville der direction of DeWitt C. IT'S ILLEGALFor
took the lead in the 2nd Inning There Tonight Jones Funeral home.

by scoring 4 runs then .
"A SAVINGS ACCOUNT ELIMINATES added their game-winning run Starke's Post 56 American rvvvvvmvvvmvvvvvveTHERESSA
- in the 3rd. In the bottom of Legion Baseball Team will
kA LOT OF LITTLE WORRIES!'' '* the 3rd Kent Oraudon of the Journey to Gainesville today -
,
Elks hit his 3rd home run of [Thursday] to play Any Person or Persons to Engage in
the season and Discount led Gainesville In the 1st game
after 3 innings 51. The Elks of the District TournejThe By Linda CrawferdSLOPE

t never gave up as they added two teams will then AAAAAA4AAA AA u Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless
one run in the 4Bh and In the return to Starke on Friday.'
6th fell short by one run as BAPTIST CHURCH
The winner of the District
they picked up 2 runs with will be determined with a 2 Recreation is held each l f Hie Name Is Registered
the final score 5-4 going .in out of 3 series. This year Friday night at the community -
) favor of Southern Discount only Starke and Gainesville house starting at 7:30: p.
I The loss by BPOE sent the are represented. m. Everone is invited to come
Read This Florida Law"It
play-off Into another game and participate.
I the next day Friday, July 21. Mrs. Lottie Boree Sunday School, 10 a. m.,
Discount was determined to Morning Worship, 11 a. m.: .
I take the 2nd place trophy Services Held Training Union, 6:30: p. m.; shall be unlawful for any person or persons, aa defined ......, toengage

home as they jumped off to Here Thursday Evening Worship 7:45: p. m.: I in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined
a 5-2 lead 'and the Elks had Wednesday night Prayer' without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with tk.

I I to BPOE play catch-up added again.one more in Mrs. Lottie Boree 62 died. I Service, 7:30: p. m. with choir elerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal. place .r buatoeMla.
Saturday morning in HlaJeah practice afterwards I
: the bottom of the 5th to wit registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit
take 6-4 lead. In the of
top
And I the 6th a and final inning stated by all Interested persons, stating under oath the names e<
a Savings Account here at this bank
'[ BPOE scored one run tut fell WALDO LIQUORSBOBBY'S kQ those Interested In the business enterprise, the extent of the Interest -
grows. with good bank interest, as I
short again as Southern Discount said business Is carriedon.
I of each,and the fictitious name under which
earned. Also, you can make your savings took the game and'! 2nd HIDEAWAYU.S.
account grow even faster here by adding I Place 65. Said registration may net'be made until the person or persons desiring
1 The to engage In business under a fictitious name shall hare advertised his or
deposits regularly every payday.
301 One Mile North of Waldo their Intention to said fictitious at least week for four
larger your savings cash reserve here, the 13 Teams Fight register name once a

fewer your worries.Start saving here now! For Second In u LIVE MUSICWed. (4) consecutive weeks! in some newspaper as defined by law In the county'

Women's LeagueAs where said registration is to be made, and paid. registration shall not be

., FrU Sat. Nights accepted by the clerk of the circuit court eicept upon receiving proof sf
Conner Insurance all such publication.
but wrapped up 1st Place In I I GO-GO GIRLS
the Women's Softball League iDiscount .
FLORIC-A I the race for 2nd Place is real
I close between three teams I Prices on Package Goods If you are engaged in business under any name
Goodman's Gulf Beggs Gulf,I

'; -jBfNK: ; :, -;''At', .' ,,1STTRl/ I :: ; <:--e: ., ,,I and Goodman's In Kentucky games stayed played Fried light Chicken.Monday.in I Owned & Operated by Bobby L. Bryan other than your own, and have not had this name


One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group the thick of the battle by
I downing was Begg's led 63.by Shirley Goodman's -' properly advertised and registered we will be

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Fuqua and Barbara Masters, STALLING'S CORNER

each getting three hits, with glad to give all Information to
Barbara hitting one over the w you necessary as
fence. Helen Ingle also had
three hits for Beggs. OASIS LOUNGEYour
what should do.BRADFORD
In the second game, KFC you .
after winning by 80 forfeit CLOSEST Spot For

from Crew's Sunoco played LIQUOR WINES BEER
.- Begg's and trounced them 12
-4 behind a 15 hit effort. Open 9 A.M.12 P.M. e
Hlnson led KFC at the plate
with three hits as Billy Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M.
a Crawford and Lois Willams
>' : ... : had two hits each for fiegg's. SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHSOR COUNTY TELEGRAPHTHE
6 Standings:: Conner 6-0;
\. -..,_.. .- Goodman's, 3-4; Begg's. 2-4; QUARTS
KFC. 2-3: Crew's 1-5. 8 Mi. South of Starke on U. S. 301

New Bohn Rex Rotary Spirit Duplicator Live Oak Leads

> .
:Junior BoysTournament


PROOF OF ITS SUPERIORITY
: Live Oak took a commandIng -
lead in the Junior Boys
Tourney Monday by sweepIng IS IN THE USING .
I Starke and Lake Butler.
I In the 1st game Live Oak
1 1 behind the one-hit pitching
I of left-handed Heath, shutout d
open for business Starke 30. Starke's: atural as
only hit came in the 5th In-
I ring-on Larry Brown's, single.
Mark: Graudon hurled for
Who, says'en eTticib... -opneafor Available! both 'hand; 'and:) Starke, pitching a very good Efficient At So Little Cost [[j ;
has to be an The front and back trays of the f.E.T. two hits. Live Oak's runs 1
R.11 i 1 were unearned as they were
a handsome Spirit Duplicator close Info .. For a f rt.trial com.'In', scored on errors. I Jobs Like Air Conditioning, Heating,

case. ,compactdustproof:.k- phon.'!._ *_ or..nd th!.coupon The second game was, Cooking, Clothes Drying, and Water
In performance, the> R-11 has much closer, as Lake Butler'' Heating Only Means Bigger Savings ._
mechanical features that make Electric- played Live Oak right downto When You Make Your Home An AU- _
the final out as Live Oak Natural Gas Home! -
for clean:
quick, Inexpensive _
pulled out a 10-9 mjueaker" '
copies. Patented wick distributes $ 50 Mixon and Heath combined
I fluid where needed no flooding.An .
automatic: master clamp 299 -- --
makes It as easy to Insert a mas.
ter unit In this Bohn Duplicator as

to feed a sheet of paper Into,a Hand Modeltypewriter. WHY Don't YOU .. .
Only ono control (
knob runs the machine. Nocomplications. Too, Go Natural 4f Wi .
00
Gas

$215: ,

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I. Machines And Supplies. We Service GAS a
"Hurricane DETSY could c-]

1 Jl J Them Too. just as well have hit ,, CALL !
Starke as Miami. If I havea HOMSSo
,
I Homeowners Policy to, 964.5361 ,

f FREE DEMONSTRATION -- ComeIn full value, does it automatically .
give me full
hurricane -, _..ti -,.
Call.Bradford coverage against -
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