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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 17, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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FLORIDA'S GO-GO GOVERNOR VISITS BLANDING Oov. Claude Kirk made a hurried fly-In Inspection of }i

Florida's National\ Guard at Camp Blending Wednesday" afternoon

and pronounced It the bent> In the nation.

The Governor arrived via his Lear J Jt at Ke)' tone Airport .

at 2:30: was flown to Blandlng In an Air National

I Gourd plane visited) an armored tank division a machine

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH gun range, watched 20 !Special Forces troop. make a paru-

chute Jump and departed one hour later.

When asked by newsmen why the Guard wa training In

Florida this summer Instead of out of state the Governor

Official County Publication Established In 1879 aid, "They're my; troop, and I send them where I pleoiw.'
Actually<< the Guardsmen. are receiving pwlallsred riot training -

VOLUME: EIGHTY-NINE STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY, AUG. 17 1967 NUMBER EIGHT during the two-week encampment which breaks' up Saturday -

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Photon. (from (left): Governor In greeted at airport by

$$248,500 Bid Expenses Cut $22,419 Adjutant General Henry W. ItctWan.Tours! :: Blending

f-a by Jeep 3--Firm 50 nun machine gun mounted on tank.

4-Watches firing on machine gun range.

Is Apparent Low County'sBudgetTermed



On Power PlantApparent y c 2 Incumbents ,


:, "Realistic" .
winner of the Ask
Return
contract to tear down the old
part of the city power plant ', t }

and build an addition to L'' j j.r' at last the Bradford
house the new turbine ::4i Holding millage year's level
Indian River Construction: Co.was, ) +' ,County Commission adopted what Clerk Charles Darby To City PostsTwo

Jacksonvlle.) with a low bid of Grand Larceny termed a "very realistic budget" at a special session

$243.500. last Thursday night. Incumbents, Mayor Carl Johns It will be Williams'first :

Bids from eight contsruc- V Expenses were sliced $22,419 from the '66-67 level. Hurst and City" Clerk Merrill try for public office and
tlon firms were opened at the Band E Charges Edwards, are the only new Loudon's second try! for the
regular meeting of the :Clty Still waiting for several figures candidates since last week In council,
Council -- --- -. on expected receipts from Changes in the General Include
Tuesday night En- the Sept. 13 city election. % Mrs. Johns a veteran of
gineer's estimate of the cost Student WelcomedBy Draw ProbationAdjudication state taxes which Clerk Darby a $1,000 cut, to $2OOU, Hurst seeking his first full 12 years on the ,council r and
of making the change; was Exchange !has been trying to obtain, the for expenses and mileage for term as mayor after being appointed chairman for the post two

$247.000. Several of the bids Commission moved ahead to the Commissioners themselves, ; a few months ago to has not yet placed herS name
ran In the 270.000's and the Rotary Club adopt a spending bill before $1,600 increases in the budgets
of In
guilt was for the fax assessor and replace deceased Mayor Ran- contention for another
the exact total of the county'sMvenut
highest was 358000. withheld and five defendant!, dal Chitty paid his qualifying term.
tax collector which are identical -
were for 1967-68 U known.
The bids taken under Miss. Klinu Ilrklht, who arrived In Starkq from three of them teenagers,
advisement and turntd Saturday Receipts are expected to run at $21,133; a $1,000 slice, fee saturday Clerk Edwards W. H. [Billy] Noeget., local
io Engineer Gordon Friday over ,'. her home In Lahtl Finland, la greeted. '"at the Rotary Club placed on probation'. 'for..three, .aty) >ut \$10,000() .above the new, to $500 in repair funds for. seeking his fifth straight term automobile dealerih qualified -
yearin Clrmilt fcfcrelast
of the city's firm Reynolds, ednendiiy by Pi-enldY-nt; CJrarge" Pierre (I nf), At right'I I ls, Thursday Aug Ourt 10, after spending bill .of $532,089, how the courthouse.: in office, qualified Wednes for the Group 3 post. vac'r

Smith, and Hills, Jacksonville. Kllna, Is the first girl exchange student. to study here She." pleading guilty to charges of ever which la the reason Clerk Friday said he would proba- lug Bradford High& School aa a foreign exchange student. ,breaking and entering and Darby calls the new budget eral Fund Include a ",4110 Increase Qualifying deadline for the mayor to replace former

bJ.!, mike his recommendationat during the J987-68 term. _- grand larceny.The reall t'lc. in legal advertising, up Sept 13 vote Is next Tuesday Mayor Chitty, It is now held

a special meeting set Fri- Kaon year the Rotary Club sponnora. a foreign student. tonttrnd five are John' Wayne County Commission millage pected to $7,200 huge because legal of advertise-the ex- Aug. 22, at noon. Registration by Councilman Merritt ',WIlClerk -
18, at 6 to was set at 6.688, the exact
day. Ante. p. m. Underbill 17 Marshall
; Eaves
BUS!I through arrangem..ntlIh American Field Service 196667. The ment when the new state constitution
same figure
hear the annual re- 17 as
engineer's ; Calvin. Henley 20; Ray
*. So far, the club has sponuored three "student, all mond kendrick 'School Board millage is 10.208, Is up for adoption.
Robinson, 25, and -
port.Contract will be to demolishthe boy one from Norway and two from South America Gibson, 17. up 1.688 mills over 66-67 however Election expenses are also up a -rn e.
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to $6.600, because of the three
old portion: of tha power Kllnn: In the first elections expected the May ,
plant which was built In the will be In the !senior clans and will graduate next sprlnjr.Having kins Grocery In Lawtey, Tucks millage figure of 1.6946 on the the
next general
new taxable valuation of $42.3' : primary year
early 1000's, according to already studied five language. Including her natlvo Drive-In the J. B. White million. election in November and a
Utilities Supt. Oscar Davis, farm on SR-16 west of Starke, 1/ J Ye
FlnnNh ,she: would like to prepare herself for work as an In- Expecting the newly urban special vote on foe new state
and erect the addition. The and one In Reno. constitution.Four. a
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terpreter. oriented state legislature to
east: wing of the plant which Two Underhill and
During th" school year Elisa will reside" with Mr. anilMr youths take big ,bites in the county'sstatd elections for which: voters -
houses the five main tur- Eaves, were charged in three trudged to the polls during ,. '
bines and was erected in 1937 .*. Ernie PatS and family In Green Acre Subdivision. of the and placedunder derived revenue, the h
canes were Commission in its work over the 66-67 budget year -' ---. .. -- .. -' .-
will remain a* it is. he says. bonds of $3.000 each All now soar! to $8,479,
the past few months dwelt on.a expenses Edwards
The now 1.750 kilowatt turbine five youths pleaded guilty to theme of cutting far exceeding the $3,000 (budgeted Mayor: Hurstbooks

wtl! be positioned in Container Corp. one charge and Ifno others to meet diminishing expenses revenue. for elections. There was will close at noon Sat Hams, also appointed as Mayor -
what Is now the space between were dismissed by newly appointed The huge cuts apparently did 'the general elections putting urday Aug. 26. Persons who Chlttys' death who says be
the old and new partsof Assistant State's Attorney not materialize, although the Gov. Claude Kirk in office have not voted In the city' will not run. Noegel Is seeking
the plant, Davis says. The Eugene Whltworth. county's portion of the 7 cents lost November and three spec. within the last two years must Hurst's uncompleted term. .of
addition will extend 48 feet One Timber Firm The Lawtey grocery was tax has beend sliced lal election on Feb. 28, March to .
gas register again to be eligible one year.Incumbent
toward Church Street arid will entered July 2 and approximately and 14 and 28 to elect Senate and'
undetermined amout .
an Note The Councilman J..
vote. [Editor's :
be large enough to eventually 29 cases of mixed House representatives after
house two of the big 1,750 brands of beer taken. Under Bradford la expected less to receive In- the state was reapportioned. Telegraph, inadvertently left James E [Jimmy] McRae

KW turbines A parking:! area To Pay 65 TaxesContainer bill, Eaves, and Gibson were track about funds$14,000 that was pre- The straw ballot in' which( out the word '"not" last week now: completing his first term
race
will be paved facing Church charged with breaking nnd viously estimated. voters favored placing: the new in making the previous state- has qualified. for another
Street entering, !! with Intent to com courthouse on the American men. It should read "Persons term.Mayor
The City borrowed .650.- Corp. has agreedto full but all will In be excess of under$43 mit petit larceny and grand Racing af the funds 1D66-67 will apparentlystay level of !Legion site on North Temple I who have not voted ."] Hurst 40 is eeeklng
per acre paid "*1 his first full term in his pre-
000 to purchase the T W turbIne pay the county $32,092 In protest. larcey In that case. $143,000 to the Commission Ave was also part of the Previous qualifiers are Gerald -
the addition Cecil Ancil Tetsl'une. 22, March 28 run-off election, but Independent: sent office. He had served
and to construct back taxes for 1963 within 10 Other action in the drawn Clerk Darby figures Williams ,
to the plant reeded days, though part will be paid out court action has the tim HelVbronn Springs' aM Henley Now the Board feels the was paid for by private citizens Telephone Employee. end A. three full terms on the Council -
to house Contract for the under protest Tax CollectorJ ber firms' motions for a retrial were charged In the B&E huge cuts have only been delayed and cost the county noth O. fArt] Loudon, Jr:, ret.redClay the last, three years as
engine was let several months: R. Kelly said last Thursday or an amendment to at Tucke's Drive-In. Gibson for two years, mainly ing.A Electric engineer who chalrman and was beginning
ago for about $250.000 and a Judge' Murphree's set to be was charged J In the Tompkins ,because of the confusion and $1,300 Increase was also have entered the Group'4 race his fourth when Mayor Chit-
$35,000 swltchgear has also But Tuesday saw Ole tax heard Wednesday Aug. 17, Grovery B&E. All three were lack of agreement among the given the Bradford Coun.y LIbrary for the seat now held by ty's death saw him .appointed.

been purchased. The engine collector starting preparationof but mother of one of the firms'attorneys under $1,000 bond. state Republican-Democratic. which will draw $15,000 Council Chairman Ruby [Continued Six]
la due to arrive in Novemberand tax certificates for the sale became ill and It TeUtpne, who did not ap- legislature. For the county's [Continued On Page Six] on Pans

i.i scheduled to be in op- of the lands of the other four was postponed.. pear in court Thursday, Is part, plans are now to stay
dltlon next Arpll. timber firms Involved in the County Jodge T. A: Yawn served In the Army and is within the new spending bill
[Continued On Page FlvelReserved litigation with the county ov.r who in action separate from now back at Ft. Banning Oa., and perhaps have enough' over After 12 Years
the value of timberland. Unless Ma official duties as county according to Deputy Sheriff age, the albove mentioned $40-
he Is stopped by Foustaction judge and attorney successfully Dolph Reddish. He was under 000, to at least. soften the
SeatTickets Kelly said Tuesday he defended Tax Assessor charges In both Bradford and blow ,two years from now. Chairman Johns

will begin advertising the [Continued On Page Two] [Continued on Pane Six The county's bonded Indebtedness Ruby
For 1967 lands for sale on August 31 also will ,be a blow ,

with the sale date now set next year when it goes from r >

TORNADOFOOTBALL for Septemlber 29. Rec. Dept. Wants In $48,000 to $70,000. To Leave City Councilcouncilman's t1
The other four firms owe A majority of the Items In
under a ruling by Circuit the new spending bill preparedby
Judge John A. H. Murphree Clerk Darby were "tam. :Mrs Ruby Johns chairmanof tlmo at all hoursof
SEASONNOW handed down July' 26, back Backs pered wlQi" by the Board. In the Starke City Council anda the: day or night. I have
ON 'SALE onler. Inc.; $23,641; Owens- 30 of the 47 items listed were not to run for re-election increasing amount of time
Hy Illinois $1.227; Oilman Paper either raised or lowered. when her present term expiresin and attention.

The Cheerleaders __6.080, and Nelson! Blocker From Issue (Most notable cut In the new September.In Amopg "other Interest's" mlse that "a woman's viewpoint
1109. Totals unpaid. taxes Armory budget Is the $10,000 which announcing her decision, Is the Quigley 'Museum on E. will beof? value to the
5 ]HOME. : GAMES for I960 by aU five firms Is will not be given the Bradford Mrs. Johns looks back with Madison\. Street in which she city" Evidently the voters ,believed
$9.00 $64449. County Development. Authority mixed emotions over more recently acquired part owner- her. In.. those 'days,
Container has the biggest Getting its first formal llama both spoke up In favor this year. The Authority than a decade of service on ship. In recent weeks she has candidates' did nbt run In

If not contacted, call stake, however( owning 36,000 request for use of the O14 .of giving the building. to the has money In the bark, the the sometimes controversialboard pent many hours cataloging groups, and the two or threeas
i.t092 acres m Bradford. Armory on North Tempi Recreation Department. Commission members noted. and recalls some of its and rearranging displays of ( the case might be) polling
96 Judge Murphree's ruling< Avenue from the Recreation Former Mayor Billy Jackson Other noted cuts includedthe accomplishments, as well as museum Items, which number the highest number of
knocked down the timber Department. Starke's Clt\ suggested however that < $1,300 which has been some of the frustrations In the thousands. She Is also votes won seats on the counT
firm's contention, that Tax Council backed oft from the the decision on what to do going to the Suwannee River 'She Is particularly pleasedto managing the sale of antiques cil. In a nine-candidate field
This Space Contributed Assessor Gene Long's values problem Tuesday night to t with the old building be delayed Valley Authority, and $1.30( have been instrumental in in connection with the museum :Mrs. Johns waa second high*
Weekly to Publicize averaging $79 per acre were take a longer look. until It Is actually vac- of the $6,500 which has been getting Starke's first full-time and her plans even include polling only 20 votes less Oran
Community Events by too hdgh.' He ruled the firms The Recreation Dept. has ated by the local National going to Ole Bradford County recreation program .off the eventual relocation of the top man. .
Fair Association ground, and has seen it develop the collection on a U.s. 301
value A successful. businesswoman
must pay taxes on that developed 'a. "very fine' ath- Ouard ,unit Many personsare }
The CommunityState plus court costs. letic program Director Gene not_ yet aware the build- Fund for which expenditures Into one of the most site where it will be more of she operated Ruby's Beauty
The firms obtaining an Injunction are approved are: General outstanding In the State for a tourist attraction. Salon In Starke from 1946 until -
the' said
Rayburn told Council. ,
available he
Bank ,
Ing will be
two to Fund $286.017 down $7.- a town of Sfarke's size When Mrs. Johns first decided selling! out several years
; year. ago
Accounts now Insured stop Kelly from selling their but the social, cultural and and the Council will receive 673 from 1966-67; Road and "Now I think it Is time for to run for the council in ago to enter "semi-retire

up to $15,000 by lands for taxes owed paid 25: teenage program is still lack many requests for It .once Its Bridge Fund $125,<<0, down me to withdraw, and I am 1933: she had 100 campaign ment:. Since that time she
Ing. The Armory would bused $14,722 from last Fine sure I will sleep better at cards printed, and she has
Federal Deposit Insur- cent of the amount asked availability becomes known. year; says been aa busy aa ever"Even -
per for those aspects he and Forfeiture. Fund $101,328, night" Mrs. Johns said in recalling dldnt even give all of that busier I sometimes
ance Corp. by the county. Now Container said) Chairman Ruby Johns The building is to be turn- down $1,422 and the Health some of the many de- small number away.campaigned think" La the way aba puts.1 )

has announced it will pay in and Councilman Merritt Wl- .(Continued .on Page Two Itopnrtmont Budget, up $1,300.> ni.'iruln that are mod .on a She on the pro- ... .
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rtlll! TW0 nit: II/PoIi11, t.OIINTY TISi.NNIt 11'11 vruii' ;

Mi: and Mrs. S. R. Serafln' Mrs F F Stump was visiting Martha LongIs Robert Cason, Mr3. Alice opened her gifts.

and family of New Jerseyare Mr. and Mrs. John W. Armory DecisionIs Timber Firm Cason. Mrs. Joyce' Norman The punch table was covered

guests this week of Mr. Griffith in Ochlochnee, Ga. InspirationFor Mrs. H. L. Sapp Mrs. John with a lace cloth over

and Mrs. J. D. Warren.. the past week.Admitted Three PartiesMiss Green Sapp, Mrs. O, V Gordon pink linen and .held a center:

Mrs. John Greene and son to the Starke Delayed To Pay TaxesContinued Mrs. Gerald Orlffls. arrangement of pink sea

spent Friday to Sunday with Nursing Home this week were Martha Long whose Mrs. Hugh Rahn and Mrs. sonal flowers. This was flanked -

her parents Mr. and, Mrs. Ralph Ameslae of Inttrlach-: marriage to Dennis J. Blom Drew Sapp. by white candles In. cryS-

H. L. Chancey: ', in Montlcello. en, Mrs. Anita Webb of [Continue! Frum Page OceJ: [ From Page One will be an event of Saturday Several games with prizes tal holders.

GLADYS MOOTY Mrs. Greene attended the Starke Dennis Mack of Aug. 19, at 4 p. m. In the were played during the even- The 40 guests includedMrs. .
Phone 964.7608 graduation of her niece, Miss OalnoHville, and Mrs. Cora ed over to the City when the Gene Long's values againstthe
Rai- .
and
First Baptist Church ing, after which the honoree Long Mrs. Blom.
-- I Ann Lambert from FSU on Lyon of Melrose Guard) unit returns from five timber rims in a four
Saturday night. Miss Lambert Local admittances to Brad- summer camp and moves its day long court battle notifiedthe ford was honored at a kit-
Misses Julie Evans and Attending a family reunionat chen shower last Thursday
who received I her BS ford County Hospital this equipment to the five plaintiffs on, August
new Armoryon
Margie Dowllng of Atlanta,I the home of Mr;. Leila 3 thai' their 1965: taxes. night given by Mrs. R. A. ;
degree In Education, will reside week Incude: Mrs. Elizabeth! Edwards Road. : are '
Ga. were visiting Mar'gte'sparents \ Kewsome during the weekendwere I delinquent and asked payment Colson and daughters Mrs. You Are Invited To Attend
with the Greenes at Nasworthy, Denver Devrlck The Recreation director, I,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E.Dowllng : Mr. and Mrs Willie
LaRue
with six cent interest Mark Moody Mrs.
Klngslay Lake and will teach Mrs. Louella Struth Melvin pr I
Rayburn. said his depart-
during the weekend.Mrs. West and grandson Cal'lFJmlth
from April 1, 1966.Yawn.'s Williams and Miss Kay Col-
grade at the Charles Nettles John Wlndhem, Mar- :
second ,
ment could utilize the building -
Vestal will of
E. T. return Bradenton Mr. and
E. Bennett School In Green vin L. Lawson, James Leach, statement to the son at the Colson home on
this week after i visit :Mrs. Jack Pierce of Glen St. year-round for such In firms also notified them tax VACATION
I I Cove Springs this coming Mrs. D. E. Knight Darlene W. Madison street.A
In Zeka door classes and
with
her grandchildren Mary Glen and Dryden as ceramics sale proceedings would be
color scheme ,,
school year. Tbdd, and Miss Kate Struth pink was
New Orleans. and daughter Brenda' : of other activities. If the building : started August 14 unless
Riley Conner of Dayton. all of Starke, Mrs. Lois pay- carried out In the party dec ;
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Andrews Jacksonville Mrs. Rachel Is given to his department ment was forthcoming. Only
Ohio is visiting his uncle and Crawford of Lawtey Mrs. Eva orations. Miss Colson presided -
and family visited Mr. Franklin of Miami Mrs. Mae a supervised programof Container has agreed to
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Crowl of Brooker; Mrs. Hll- pay at the punch bowl. '
and Mrs. Bill Adams and Levings and son Albert of dances ands: other activitiesfor and Yawn and Kelly have Bible School
Tanner Hicks of Jacksonville One contest
Casey. ma was played
family In Perry last Friday. Lake City Mrs. Mildred teenagers is planned he postponed action to dispose of
P. E. Stone and Miss and Mrs. Elva Mae
Mrs ; and a prize was awarded to
Rev. and Mrs. Leo A Heb- Kinard and! daughters of their lands pending their payment -
ert and family of Tallahasseeare :; Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Mamie Anderson of Archer Scott of Keystone Heights. said.Rayburn told Councilman expected within a few Mrs. Harry Stewart.
to Tuesday visitors Nelson Ritch of Hlaleah
the were Sunday Among the 30 guests were !
spending this week at James Dever and daughters days.
Williams the Recreation
Kingsley of Winter Mr. and of their sisters. Mrs. E. was a Sunday guest of Tom Mrs. E. C. Long mother of DATE Thru 27th
Reynolds cottage on Haven Dept. would take care of all The five plaintiffs also protested : August 21st August
Davis. Jan Rltch.
M. and
Mrs. Jennings Starling of their 1966 assessmentsIn the honoree and Mrs. I. O.
Lake.Major BHS seniors who went and Charles Saw- painting and repairs from
The Mrs.
and Mrs. V. J Spengler Graham, and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. protests Identical. to their Blom mother of the bride
the class to Nassauin the Florida: funds already allocated the ,
trip atendlng
on yer are
and family were visitingMr H. Burnsed of Macclcnny. Injunctions and suits filed in groom-elect
had get-together Convention In Clearwaterfrom department the No TIME 7:30 P.M. NIGHTLY
June Gas by
I a City. : :
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and Mrs. R. L. SpenglerIn Mr. and Mrs. William K. 1965.: Disposition of the The hostesses presented
Sunday. Booth and of Fort last Thursday night at the Wednesday to Monday. extra funds would be asked suits la still and the
St. Augustine on family pending the honoree with a pink: and I
Vernon Silcox home to look Mr. Sawyer is on the Boardof he assured the Council.
remained] also l' about
Doris Spengler Walton Beach were Saturdayto taxes mounting white pompom corsage a,,
with her grandparents for a I Wednesday visitors of her j over pictures that had been Directors. A Council committee, head- $64,000 are still unpaid. The cooker. and cook,

week's Mrs. Ronald visit. L. Fitzpatrick Cressler.Mr.parents.. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. taken the by the highlights group and of the review daughter Mrs. Myldred Melody Cuttino were vac-and by appointed Williams to determine has been the 1907 firms assessments.have also protested their book pressure as a memento of a the "The Gospel Thru Magic"WITH

the former Kathy Myrick, and Mrs. M. C. Wells trip. Mr. and Mrs. Sllcox -served ationing at Daytona Beach best use of the old Arm- With $128,000 in anticipated: occasion.

has joined her husband SP4| have returned from a ten day refreshments during the last week. ory once it Is turned over to taxes still unpaid the County I

Fitzpatrick In Manhiem, trip to the Florida West evening.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dren- the Citv. Williams said: Tuesday Commission and School. Board On Monday night' Miss '
1! Clyde Slnclai- and nan Jr. and family of Columbia Long was given a miscellaneous f. .
night, however, the committee have jbeen placed In financial
Germany for the coming Coast and Cocoa Beacn. They
brought back their niece, daughter. Evelyn and Mrs.S. S.: C. are visiting Mr. has come up with binds for the post two yea!!.. shower all the home of f Rev. and Mrs. Carnal l WallaceFOR

year.The descendants of Roman Annette Parker of Cocoa fora O. Denmark and daughter. Drennan's brother-in-law and nothing "ironclad""Personally Both Boards this year ceased Mrs. Lenwood Bobo on N.

and Mollie Alvarez had:!, n week's visit. Joyce' spent Sunday to sister, Mr. and Mrs. Claude I think it I paid and it will seem like a Water street. Hostesses with ,
Wednesday! : of last week in Crowson this week. to count on the money being Mrs. Bobo were Mrs; Walter
covered
family reunion and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green would be best to give It to FREE TRANSPORTAEIONCALL
dish dinner on Sunday at and family and Mrs. J. H. Georgia visiting prospective' Mr. and Mrs. N. L Udell the Recreation Department.I bonus if it ever is. Perman of Keystone Heightsand I

the O. R. Alvarez Jr. homeon Field spent the past weekat colleges. They were Tuesday' and daughters of Mer.omonee don't know of a better The timber firms have 60 Mrs. Charles Hutcheson. i 964-6490
overnight guests of Mrs. Wel- Falls Wis. were Wednesday: from the July IV: rulingby
Bayless Highway with ap- the Merritt cottage on use." he atated.Councilman days Games with prizes were
:
by Griffith In Manchester, guests of Mr. Udell's brother- Judge Murphree to appealhis :
proximately 100 attending. ;Bedtord Lake. Tucker said he enjoyed:! by the guests during
Andrews will leave Oa. I in-law and sister, Mr. and decision. The hearln| on I
Mr.and Mrs. R. R. Jimmy Dowling hadn't made his the evening.The .
Larry David for basic training in Mrs. P. D. Fancher Sr. Is Mrs. Harry Mooty. mind up. a new trial in Circuit. Courtare : FUN MAGIC!
and grandson Friday that a number of facets need refreshment table was -
confined In Alachua General Mr. and Mrs. William C.
Andrews, were vacattoninrr: the Army after which he will consideration. pending. covered with a white cutwork -!
in West Florida last Wednesday be In the Military Intelligence -: Hospital. Smith and daughter. Helen He mentionedthe The county's 1966 faxes
cloth and centered with I
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cow- Lee. and son. Mark Atchley Bradford County Library from the rive firms are still! REFRESHMENTS!
to Friday. Division.
> .
Earl W.' Clem- en and family have returned of Bogota Columbia South which now rents space down- unpaid. Thus the matter of an arrangement of mixed
Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roy
and children of in Tampa over from two weeks vacation! In America arrived last Thursday town'costing the city $800 the timber taxes Is still very summer flowers.! Mrs. Bobo I
Crawford mons were
Zavalla. Texas have returned the weekend visiting his Tennessee and Alabama. to spend a 30 day vac- per year. The City would much In litlgal'ion. after mote presided at the silver coffee PRIZES!

home after a vacation with brother R. L. Clemmons, They also visited Mr. and ation with their parents Mrs. save money If the Library than two years.REVIVAL service and was assisted in I

relatives In Starke and Kings- who te. serlouslyi ill In the Mrs. C. H. Cowen In Hunts- Mell Atchley In Gainesville were housed In the old Armory serving by Mrs. Eolme Smith.

ley Lake. hospital. ville. Ala. and Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith he said.Tucker TO STARTAT The 20 guests included the I

Mr. and Mrs. Billy:; Hodw Mls Janet Hardy of the Mr. and Mrs. George W. In Starke.Mr. I also mentioned the LAURA BAPTIST Hospital nursing staff, and PINE LEVEL,

returned last week from a University! of Georgia and Brown had as visitors Mrs. and Mrs. Bill Edwards I need for more space In Cite Revival services!'! will begin Mrs. Blum and Mrs Long

two weeks' vacation In Ten- Miss Jayne Hardy, who has A W. Landon of Lakeland and children of Chicago. HI. I Hall apparently suggesting at the Laura Baptist Churchon I

nessee and Surfslde' Beach. been on the staff at Ridge- last Tuesday\ (! Mr. and Mrs. were Monday visitors of Mr. some offices might bu moved Monday, Aug. 21, at 7:30: Fellowship Hall of the

crest Baptist Asssmbly, N. James Oden of Mandarin and Mrs. E. L. Matthews.Mr. there. p. m. The evangelist will be First Baptist Church in Ral-I BAPTIST CHURCH

S.C.Mr.. and Mrs. Leonard: c: will arrive home today on Wednesday, and Mrs. and Mrs. George FlynnSr. Councilman Jimmy McRae Rev. Joe Oleshey of Oreen ford was the setting
Norman Rlndon and children and Mrs. O. P. Phillips Cove Springs First Baptist bridal shower '
Moore and family and David for the remainder of the cautioned his fellow Board Tuesday night
Cottle of Startce. and MU3 : of Mandarin over tha week- and daughter Cheryl were members not to give the Church. Singing each even for Miss Long given bv Mrs. IHway 100 West ((4 1.2 Miles Out)

Winifred Cottle of WbodWne mer.Mrs.. Cecil White read will at Cedar Key on Saturday.Mr. ing. The pastor Rev. Luther
end.Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gra- buldlng away before It Is gtv- PASTOR D. 1.. RAMSEY
Ga. spent the past! ; week In return this weekend after and Mrs. Hollis Hope I' en to the City. He pointedout A. McGee welcomes everyoneto A CtaMlfled! Ad hi the TELEGRAPH -
I dur-
the Smoky Mountains.' They surgery in the Baptist Me- and daughter, Betsy', and son. ham have had as guests the attend. brings remits.i .
the two weeks Lt. Recreation Dept.
'were joined by Rev. and Mrs. xnorla Hospital. Hollis. of Atlanta Oa. were ing past ,
Jim Rigdon and family of, MM. David Ireand is a Sunday visitors of Mr and\ Hank Graham of Newport''J made the first rormal requestfor
R. I. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis the bolding r.' -, rr't .
Jacksonville patient In Alachua General Mrs. L. D. Vining. --n' 'a: '
Williams and family of Lar- Chairman Ruby Johns, a ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dover Hospital.Mr. '
Mr. and Mrs. W. B Har- ?
,
i go Mr.\ and Mrs. Ted Welhe 'I long-time booster of the recreation \ \
Winter Hav- and J D. Morton t..t i
and children of Mrs. rison and:!. family of Perry. ; .
/ t tires
and daughter of Leesburg: eald the
en were weekend guests of and Mrs. Elizabeth Blanch- Ga. and Mr. and Mrs.!'! Wll- program . .
and Miss Barbara. Edwards of .. .1. '.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Naswor- aid' Mer Mies! are program loses youngsters once \'
C" : ; of: an. : lian Harrison of Rome Ga. .
'
Uiy. guests this week; of Mr. and were Wednesday visitors of Gainesville. Lt. Graham is they become' 12-13 yeors old ;x;i M r l v '. q1Ci
enroute to South, America. because there Is nothing for .
er, Mrs. David Coats. Mr and Mrs. A. B. Harrison. f
I aboard the USS Olennon for them to do. ......, .'. "

I four months' duty. "If we could keep them In .
ANNOUNCING. -0 .i;I..i. t
THE BRADFORD Mr. and Mrs. John Kope- the program then w* could

TilE OPENING OF TilE COUNTY TELEGRAPH lousos ad, Ala.daughters were Thursdayto of BirmIngham keep them" throughout high .. ; ,;? ." Back-to-School Shipment
school she said In support
Published every Thursdayat Sunday visitors of their lV
I 138 W. Call St.. parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. I of Rayburn's proposed pro-

WALDO BARBER SHOPOpen Starke Fla. 32091 Wainwrlght Mrs. George Kopelousos.and Mr. and gram for Recreation teenagers.The Dept. \ budget I "English Squire" Jackets for

Second class postage paid request of $24,155 for
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppeof
8 A.M. To 6 P.M.\ Closed Wednesdays at Starke, Fla" Tampa were visiting Mrs. 1967-68 was also presented< Guys and Gals

Subscription Rates: O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. to the Council Tuesday night.
EXPERT HAIR CUTTING
Kincaldi' from Saturday to It represents a $3.400 Increase -
In trade area: $4.00 per

M. L. CARLTONOWNER year: 2.25: six months. Wednesday.' over the $22,700 received V'. Boy's sizes 8 to 12 -
for the
J. C. Hobbs and Herbert present fiscal $9

Outside trade area: 4.50: Thomas spent the weekendat year, RaTburn declared. Hi P.

per year; 2.50: six month. their camp In the Scrub. pointed to the constructionof Pp. Prep sizes 14 to 20 .
II
Mrs. H. C. Broadway and the Softball diamond on $11
..
E L Matthews editor and
Your Business Will Be Appreciated her friend, Mrs. Gertrude the Conway Airport site as p.. c- ..

publisher Cotton of Chicago, returnedlast the major accomplishment of: I -,. Student sizes 36 to 42 .
I I', -
Friday from a four-day the program during 1966-67.1 .........;J. $13Here
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cruise to Nassau. Mrs. Cotton ?n other action the Council i/ ...
for a i1/ they are! The
will remain in SUrka : .' ever-popular nIl-weather

twoweekvisit with the Decided:' to hold up on .... ,.. : I b::. Jackets you've been waiting for. Note convertible
'
Broadways. an attempt to find housingin I .. .. '1 : collar, rugged front zipper, pockets, button cuffs.

Mrs. F. B Beard Jr.Miss and Starke for CUBB's Neigh- 1t .:f'\' '', :J... .... Wash-and-wear Reeves Poplin fabric: 65 per cent
of McComto
ss.A son will, visit Frana Mr. and Mrs. Beard borhood Youth Center pro- .. '.t\\., \J ... .... Dacron polyester 35) per cent cotton. Six col-
ject until hearing further I:" ,>, '( '
r Sr. next week. '; ," '\ if ors: Navy, burgundy light blue, yellow, natural.
:
from CUBB which hai notl- f .. ..I i British
I ; 1j Miss Annie Darby spent. \ :2 tan.
J ; fed the Council that plans I : .. :
the two weeks with Mrs. I : t
w past ; ;: : .
wII 6' .0. '.
Thelma Mendoza and Miss for a building are premature K'. :1.1i.. ',, '.D' .
: (
I now. ; : J
Gloria Johns In Jacksonvillewhile ,
j e.ee "
.
a .
f's' l Mrs. Carrie Ritch was Instructedi City Clerk Merrill '\ \ .t. MORDI( RAMMED

y'liw'rl visiting Mrs. N. T. Rltch and Edwards to write off I ..

.ee t 1. if ./ ( Nl}s"1)4ls) : ;, I Mr. and Mrs. Jack DeWees $12.096 In uncollectable util- Ji"'ib'; 'r' : t7 .....i* :

Jr. In Hlaleah ity bills from three months I '< e:}" i\\I : ..&, & FREE

Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Rich- to a year old. But the : t.)f. ,! .:,: .*tiCirttte\ *' -.
.
arde have had as visitors Council ordered the unpaid : ':

'Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck and accounts entered In Small''' l", ,. .\ ," Ir THIS WEEK ONLY

I children of East Palatka on Claims Court. : : t,!'( '. :.'\ '. .::..

I Sunday and Mrs. Annie Nor- Heard 1' .t. \ 'h \. .., 1" : 'I.. .,
.
I man and Mrs. Joe Htett and a third request' .. -, ..... .. .' ,\ "

daughter Kathy, of Jackson- from Clerk Edwards for department 'I ," 'tb.+', 1\ .' ..\ .\'...... "\;f. ..... I ,p'd', .
heads in
to turn ,
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\

ville Mr.on and Monday.Mrs. A. M. MooreJr. ne-w budget requests so the -rr!!I.A)- "......,....., \rY'"" .If'' .\..lI. l\\'-. -.7, :!., \.," 1 ,

ahead for will clerk can begin work en the I \. .
wnen you plan of Blackshear Ga. new budget. "..'''.'' '" I H'. ,. "
arrive Friday:! to spend a week +
... ..
retirement by saving here 1 with Mrs Daisy Ferryman -Was notified by the; -'r ,. "--- /. .t"' IAQdrid 7irnytra
I
i ;
at Santa Fe Lake. Charley E. Johns Insurance \ ; 'I""'
and set comfortable sayings i I :; ;>&Cl f: Jk-, : *, ASt"' f
own
START EARLY your Dural Ragsdale is assistingin Agency It will cost $13 per I''k: ,... .:. -.....' -.....",. } -:
pace toward easy living retirement years. Youth Week at the Cry- year per employee to insure' \, *.'Ii.;; 14+ fT
.
_, .
.. & .,,
Lake Methodist Churchin all *
Steady savings now builds Into a handsome fund stal city employees for $10,000 i
Lakeland this week and In case of accidental deathon

her, With earnings adding thousands of extra will assist In Youth Week at the Job. A state law requires Back To School SpecialBLOUSE'S ;..: .
dollar investment in future. Why Churchin
to
your your the First Methodist the insurance for all

not earmark a piece of your next paycheck for Lakeland next week. From" city, county, and state em-i

opening a retirement savings account with us?' there he will return to his ployees. For the city's 60! YL' "rt T.
studies at Florida Southern ;
employees It will cost $780.
I
College on August 2ft.

YOUR' INSTITUTION'S NAME I ISavillgs ; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reddish -Agreed to In take the a $72 Florida'advertisement ',' So appealing, with an airy little collar open Eiisf.w J

and Mr. and Mrs. Man- League of Municipalities'I to the breeze. Care-free 65 per cent Dac- *

sel Ayer and families visited ron polyester, 35 per cent cotton. White
magazine. Last the ,
year
I IJIT7 Mayport and the Jacksonville Council had a $42 ltd but' pastels sunny hues. 28 to 38.Our. SEinr.4jfa
-
andASSOCIATION 'Loan Zoo on Sunday. increased it at the< i Rose Eveyn Baroff of w& Mtf k ,3.i
} 1 Mrs. of Clerk Merrill Edwards. : .

: Sidney. Ohio Is visiting Mr. Instructed; the Clerk to Regular $4.00 [i

?; OF STARKE "" !'j;) i and Mrs. J. M. Barrel for prepare a new budget using' '
the
lea days. Mrs. Harrell wi'! same mlllage as 1966-67
218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000 : return to Sidney with Mrs. -7.5 mlHs.

t Baroff to visit her sister and At the suggestion 'of coun..r $$2.98


"Passbook' Savings in by 'the 20th Earn I brothers. Miss Cindy for three Sink weeks.la. home Department ctlman Williams Committee the 'was hl5t'' i&bsaffi | s

Instructed to find out why > A
f
after undergoing surgery I i < *-# 9 H -
the Fire Department Is not -- _. .. V LUJ..J. .. t HiVfiiirirti
from the First! Tuesday in the Alachua Gen- using the telephone alert

eral Hospital. system for which the City,

I paid $500. 1-






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THURSDAY. AUG. 17 11I87




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Mrs H M. Hatiher! Ji plimented at a kitchen-gadget!
MOOTY entertained matching' accessories
i I ihower Tuesday evening given -
Phone 9617603demonsNewman at "open house Jack Koontz of Oca\! icrv-
; by Miss Jane Adams and
Wednesday night ut the, as best man.
Mrs. Donald Thornton at the
'home of the latter on E Miss Dobbs who has made
s home of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. ,jJ
''Mrs. R. H.
Futch Call Street honoring Miss her home with the Nettles
Strickland on Klrmslov!: : Lake.
Honored On Shirley Morrison, Mils Mar- the past :year and a half. Is
[ I Several games were played
tha Long and Miss Ids Lou a 1967 graduate of Bradford)!
81 I during the evening und prizes -
st BirthdayThe Plummer.
i brides-elect High School l and was presi-
awarded to the winners.
o :. Standing in the receiving' e r dent of the Sub Debs /;
relatives and friends line were the three l-.onorees y The refreshment table was .
Mr. Mann' is a 1987 grad:
'of Mrs R. H. Futch of Law- and their mothers, Mrs. Hen- covered with a pink: linen uate of Columbia Military
tey honored her with n. din- cloth and centered' with an
4v
ry Morrison. Mrs. E C Academy, Columbia, Tenn
ner party/ last Sunday atStrlckland's !I Long and Mrs. W. E. Plum-I I arrangement of cockscomb. After a short wedding trip,
Assisting In serving were Mrs.
Landing mark- ;
i I i mer.% I the couple will be at hometo

Ins her 81st birthday annlversary The refreshment able in Strickland and Mrs. H. H. ..-. ..1 friends in Ocala where thu.

the dining room was covered, Adams. I' is
groom employed.
Mrs. Futch Is the daughter with a white cutwurk cloth Among the 20 guests were Sharlynn DobbsIs

of the late Mr. and Mrs. and centered with an arrangement Bonnie Graudon Mrs. Julian McRae, motherof MarriedTo
the honoree and Mrs. 0. \al>'lirn OK \iKvriov: ToIIKOMTKIt
Samuel Qrlffls the widow .
and) of yellow seasonal ,
Gets ScholarshipMiss KM 7'I'FIOl'vNA1r
:
S. Brown mother of the Robert Mann
of Robert Henry Futch. .. ? flowers flanked by yellow :/ KNotlrn ..
She and her husband tad 12 e.lw tapers in silver holders. Mrs. Bonnie Oraudon bridegroomelect.The! .. !I. hereby given rhitlith "
hostesses Mr. and Mrs. Elbe. .t' Net undernlvned under the rm>-
children, nine of whom are L. N. Pickering presided at daughter of Mr. and: Mrs. presented vlnlonn. of Chapter 20,%3. Lnwnf "
still living. There are also 39 the punch bowl. Graudon of Starke has the honoree with a canister tles announce the rnarrlagf Florida. Act. of !'U1! ,. wIll(
grandchildren 58 great- Fred set as iv memento of the oc- of their niece Sharlynn:! rglit: with the Clerk, of rhfCircuit .
Assisting In serving were been awarded a Wlnn-Dlxie Court, In and for Bradford -
grandchildren and on? great Misses Beverly McRau. Scholarship for two years. casion. Wynell [Shary] Dobbs County, Florida. upon r"r*
Kay daughter of Mrs. Wylene jelpt of proof o-f publication: great grandchild. Colson Lee Darby. Linda Bonnie graduated from this. notice, the flrtlttoilM. name
'r Those helping the honor ; Rae Rosier, Susan Wiggins Bradford High School In the Recent Birth, Harrell of Jacksonville! and of City Barber 8h'.p. 'un guest celebrate this occasion the late Marvin J. Dobbs: to which I am engaged. In bunlM ,
I Tonda Dixon Dee Walters class of 1967. and Is now -" at 107 F. Call Rt. Starke,
were Mrs J. Q. Futch and Mr and Mrs. Thomas T. Robert Kenneth Mann son Fla.
f of
Bobbie Sue Barksdale Inn
I Janet employed at Holiday
.
-_- Mrs. Bessie Welch both of Long Jr. of Memphis. Tenn. of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. MannJr. Carlo. Johnson Route i.
and She will her
Jayne Hardy, Mrs. Char- Starke. begin Box aa. I.uwtcy. Pin 12IIS&
.
Plant City; Mr. and Mrs. Lacy les Hardy. Mrs.l L, F Dlnklns freshman year at FSU" in announce the birth of a eon of Ocala. sole owner
The double-ring ceremony Dated thin 3rd) rlr v ofutfM..
Futch of Waycross, Ga. Mr. : Thomas Telfair Long III on
} and Mrs Marilyn September.The ., ,
7 Roberts. list. A [) tilt ut vtnrleev.'
Engagement ToldThe and Mrs. Brooksey Futch and K I" 4'4'r' Seventy guests were invit- scholarship is for $375 August 12. Paternal grand- took place In the presence of Bradford, (County, Fl..rl. itlu
daughter and Mr. and Mrs.I : i to parents are Col. and Mrs. T. the immediate family and a..1 I II S ,14
: ed call between the hoursof annually.
negagement and ap Carl Folsom all of Lakeland; T. Long of Starke. close friends In the home of
of Miss 8:30: and 10 o'clock.
proaching marriage
Mr.and Mrs. Dale Jones and Rev. Carl Sheffield! In Kings-

Patsy Louise demons to son of Starke: Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Crawford Weds Eugene Pass The honorees were presented Adjustable Vinyl BOOHovers. TilE RIGHT POINT for the land Oa. on Monday night THE RIGHT POINT for the;

James Arnold Newman U Leon Sauls' and family of I with bridal gifts from way you write. Come In and Aug. 14.Miss the way you write. Come in

announced by her parents.' Lake CIty; Mr. and Mrs In First Presbyterian Church Rites their hostesses as a memento I ( All nl/ps. 30 cents cant Mlert your ravorlte ESTER. Dobbs chose for her and select your favorite f.S-f:

Mr. and Mrs. Boy demons. of the occasion. BROOK mountain TELE- TERBKOOK fountain '
I Charlie Redding of Raiford; l The Telegraph. pen. wedding a lovely yellow Im I pen.
:Miss demons la a graduate The First Presbyterian carnations with deep pink fJRAPII TELEGRAPH.Carp's .
Hick-
Mr. and Mrs. Edward !
of Bradford High School Church was the setting for satin trim. -
man of Hopewell Junction.
Class of 1967. I of Miss Beverly The bride lovely in a
the marriage was
N. Y. Mrs. David Lartlnger
Mr. Newman son of Mr. and daughter Sonja, and Jean Crawford, daughter of white taffeta foor length Great Semi-Annual Sale!

and Mrs. Albert Newman Mrs. Betty Crawford', and F. gown with a lace cage coat
Mrs. Orene Smith and. fam-:
graduated from Bradford High M. Crawford to Eugene Wll-! accented with a long pleatin
ily, all of Jacksonvllls; Mel- 0
THUR-FRI-SAT ONLYMEN'S
School In 1964 and \r\ employed eon PrUvett. Mrs. Ola Star- ard Pass, son of Mrs. Willard back, held at the top witha

by Seaboard CoastLine Pass and the late Mr. Pass flat bow. Her bouffant veil! .
ling Mr. and Mrs. J. R. De-
He Is a member of the vore and family Mr. and on Saturday. August 5. at 4 was secured! to a lace petal

Florida National Guard. Mrs. Ouy Futch and family, p. m. Rev. Robert D. Burch headpiece decorated with fi"f 1Y

A September 2 wedding is Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling ,, performed the double-ring! pearls and Iridescents. She "I.
with time and placeto .
planned carried of pink
ceremony. a bouquet ;
and family Mr. and Mrs. ,
be announced later. Rudy Hlgglnbotham and Decorating the altar were and carnations and phalaen-. .

family Mr. and Mrs. G. W. two arrangements of pom- opsls orchids. Her only. ornament -

SCIIEDULE Sapp and Bonny, Mi1 and pom trees against a back- was a pendant neck-i

OF SERVICES Mrs. Harold Starling and ground of fern trees and lace.Mrs. I SkI II

family. Mrs. Robert Norman potted fern. This was centered Crawford chose for

ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH and chldren, Mrs. Maxie by arched candelabra her daughter's wedding a I at.

Starke Reddish and children. Mr. I with burning tapers. lIac two-pice silk dress with ...

Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m. and Mrs. Larry Norman and Mrs. E. M. Davis organist white accessories complemented -I .

Thursday Maas: 6:30: p. m. Rhonda Mrs. Mabel McClel- provided nuptial music as with a lavender cym-
i. _.._.....
>
:Miraculous Medal Novena: lan Mrs. Daisy Starling, and the guests gathered. bidium orchid. n

Saturday 7 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hlggln Donodi Falcon served as Mrs. Pass mother c! the Joan CrowleyIs "

Confessions: 5 p. m. and 7, botham and children all of best man and the ushers groom wore a two: piece h r

p. m. Lawtey; St. Sgt. and Mrs. were Leonard Duggar and beige knit dress with matching ProfessedMiss ..
tfr. r.'a PERMANENT PRESSBOYS'
ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH :Macel Pauling and son of Bobby Crawford.Mrs. accessories and a pink .a *

Bobby Crawford cymbldium corsage.A Joan M. Crowley now .....'>\ -
Augusta, Oa.
Keystone Heights attended her sister as matronof reception was held In known in religious life asSister \, a Sport Shirts
r.
Mass 7:30 m. i\ : :
Sunday : : a. Mrs. Janet Starlingbaked .
honor. She wore a floor the manse next door to the Irene Francis S. S. J.: PERMANENT PRESS
and 9 a. m. the birthday cake with the length dress of Church. MrJ. R. Wainwright 4, our reg. s
> Wednesday: Mass and-.No1 pale pink (Sister., of St. Joseph) was ./
traditional: birthday greetIngs cane organza with dairy ap- greeted guests at the $2.995 .wShout
versa p.m. received as a professed sis Jeans 2fet .w 1
ST. MART'S CHURCH on top. Mrs. Futch received pliqurs. In her hair was a door and presented them o ter on: July 2 in ceremoniesat Dress-up ,

Macelenny many lovely gifts on matching flat bow headpiecewith the receiving line composedof St. Joseph! College. Jen-

Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m. this occasion. e. short veil, and she the bride and groom their sen Beach. IN CORD OR TWILL { Inivi In dews new Fill or tolidi long,
carried a nosegay of pink mothers and the matron of pled and Stints A
She
is the daughter of Mr.
honor. fop quality 4 wits Bedford cord or SI?' $ beautiful tilKtlon ot a :
I and Mrs. Frank Cro-vley of SO) cotton polyester twill. Most wanted 7 UI tof HVlnl. 5 Ml.XL,
The receiving line srood, in ,
Kingsley, Lake and a grad- new back styling scoop pockets wide 2 f for ;
front of the mantel which
uate of Bradford County NM in ternllc new colors.SUB a to 1 13.OYV ., ti
(T? IDEAL FORBacl held a fan-shaped 'arrange High School In the class of t l Ir :
$3.99
; I ment of pink and while glad- 1963. After graduating' she our reg.

I loll.The entered St. Joseph Novitiateto NO-IRON SPORT SHIRTS r i.
-J bride's table was covered i.and
( & I become a nun and Is nowfurthering' Lent dews In taw ill solids and
to School with a white outwork II.... Pirnaiitnt. ?
( ) her studies at St. atrlpn. Ma. Cue nf. RSt ,
coth and three-tiered wedding A
a ;$
,v. I cake was placed at one Joseph preparatory to a .. "ORD or r"'l f
I teaching career BOYS' NO-IAON SPORT SHIRTS
end. Around the cake was a SLACKS :
Short ekava In Wide plndi ,1
garand of ivy. Centering the pints, roe back loerhool, 3 fur S
I table was the bridal touquet Shirley Morrison 1 t& our n. iL9t 51r' lie" $5.99 +' a

[1i1ttDJ : and a crysta punch bowl was 4...1"! Bidlonl tat or $5 dJA.
null. Wide ,
ComplimentedAt quillty tool" ;
: at the other end! Miss Patsy lOYtSHIRTS t PANTS f' coop pockMi" atn
Clemmons kept the bride's Mil end match, our nf II 99 ihul -> M fall lII.d... 9da.
r Bridal ShowerMiss 4 for 15. Out leg. |&2J put. i r a. .,11Me.
.'. Undirw.ir
book.Mrs. ,
( A. H. Harley m and rx :
I I Our tit $235 bilifi, or ni J235OTS'UNDERW
Koratron .. Never Needs Pressing Mrs. Barney McRae Jr. cut I II Shirley Morrison HAll 1 ? / s2,,Tahirts ar tit, $ L .S

I the bride's cake and insisting bride-elect of Sept. 6, was combed pik nit cotton. Our r r,, \ -... ""' .- Ywr dole to, 2 ,

r ni "for I In serving were Mrs. C. P.I the inspiration for a bridal Mi.ni. J.2.0S tl.n bid Tlhlrt 3 3 pick pats or Your our ahaitp. -? ? ,,,,,,F--C., ,

Farah is Nazworth Mrs. Charles Darby -' shower Tuesday evening in "" LADIES' ,

I Misses Lee Darby, Betsy the fellowship hall of the : sot ;150 QUALITY \ M ;

n. L never-iron with Fara press I Matthews, Oerri Mooty Alma First Christian Church, givenby 'fi'r Shift length >Iti "

1 a I Akrldge and Mrs. Olenn Mrs. H. B. Hamilton Mrs. SOTS' SOCKS GOWNS I
o n S 1
.t I \\ it These are the trousers for the young man on the Conner. Sheila Helen and Olen Moore Mrs. S. J. Martin Pins combed cotton "
I Margaret Ann Conner and Mrs. Robbie Shaller and with ninforctd' to* '
r I. r Co! Complete pre-cuffed for better fit and permanently and hHl), Novillypittirni a I e only ; -
l.-. Marianne Harey passed out Mrs. Johnny Johnson. In wow fut r a IWitt nil,
; pressed by Farah! rice bags. Potted plants were used to colon, 29c vale,, P for Rentals tricot with full

PolyesterRayon| and PolyesterjCotton: blends In After a wedding! trip to highlight points of interest In 4 toe micro Kind, 40O front cola ovirliy and lict.pintll Ma.of r t
I Daytona Beach the couple the party room for the occas- needle 19 dimtr. Run fuirdf. corns wuriiblo, plltils / a
smart new glen plaids and checks I
earl! { .iidhliritriidM.MlL.umliu / a
will reside at 128 N. Church slon. The refreshment table F.S 1 f

stret. The bride traveled in a was covered: with a white lace ,71'i
NYLON PANTIES
TRICOT BRIEFS
Prep Sizes 25 to 32 7.00 To 10..00Polyester blue two-piece dress with cloth and around the edge ,' Nylon ill In. Guirintitd for 1 t v N"" .'IP,

Mens Sizes 29 to 38 white accessories with which was a garland of greenery.' Washable. WIU 2 for yur. Wriiti t col.oil. $J r 1 "" n'. aI, r
I ,"andalaasua Rt|. A XLOllli. 3far ; .
she wore the orchid from her Centering the table was an arrangement \ Jt : ,
t of y do Sour
yellow rladloll ;
wedding bouquet. .1' !f
__
The bride and groom both and pompoms with yellow -S .'!!I ? :

I' attended Bradford High tapers extending from the rag. $2.99 LADIES' t .r t
Cotton Poplins In Solid :
School. Mr. Pass also Pttend- middle. At one end was a i I PERMANENT'PRESS "

Colors: ed two years at Lake CIty double ring cake topped by a
Junior College. a bride doll holding a tiny + I 2 STRETCH DENIM i p


Exec Sizes 31 to 46 umbrella.The white lace covered c [ Slim Jims. '

IPrevattHugginsWedding punch table held a bowl fill :J PIECE LADIES'Casual a

$8.50 June 2 ed with green punch with Tier & Valanca Set 2 $5 ,

green cherries and in the center a for d
.. ] 4
our $1,99 STYLES
I r.g.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude R. of the bowl was a mold
Mews Sizes 28 to 38 Prevatt of Islamorada an- 100% cotton. ASSORTED .
holding tiny cUPid with a Cnoua ham cot- our nt. $2.99Shut \ '
nounce the marriage of their bow and arrow, shooting a daordor 3 ,
daughter. Phyllis Elzabeth to green cherry. Was MeaIM 2fot ,, 2 for $5 OuPonf nylon.cotton blend for\ turn- :. 11.
$7.00
nhebh .. ."
,_ 'fort lit and sot: .or. Choost from oil 1 1-
Thomas Edward: Hugglns, son The gift table had a spiral 'IKo niwnt fnhloa colon :3idi 2if Mr.Woslubl .
TwIn Intuit' Tttrapi' and ahem Intaorttd ...
/ S 18. a
*
j of Mr. and Mrs. George Hug- "
candelabra CANNON24x46
with a bride doll colon end color com ,n.uonr. ,
'cI I E'I?; Prep Sizes 25 to 32 : gins of Starke. standing in the middle of \ "

The marriage took placeon
the spiral. t
$6.00 I June 2 in Folkston. Oa. Standing in the receiving =' Oath t 21x27 ': :: :: :..' LADIES' GIRLS l DIES'I00'VeI' I

i'Orange The couple Park.Recent .Is residing in Ine mother was the Mrs. honoree her Towel ; DACRON ;: ': :;.:;iif:= Vinyl Suede Stretch Nylon
Henry Morrison
PILLOW :::. :::: : *.. :
Doys 8 to 12 slim and I and Mrs. Donad Bagwell '
reg. 1 7S< Valu I' : Jackets
t : ; Shells
Birth mother of the bridegroomelect. hit tore md iMnty
Cannon quility towel"' 58c : our r... $3.99 r
rr $5.00Huskies Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Ki imirt. (."PIt pit- 5 100%!( Dacron polyoitir 'l r
I Mr. and Mrs. David Ire- Martin greeted guests at the torn. 3 fluid floril, palter cowor.Miiriy & $$4 .-
)iS land of Hampton Lake an- WASH UOTHS TO IMTCtl lid a I Irn, nildni ut $3 our r.g. $2 ,
'"; door.Fiftythree ( vermin, pioof. $2.99
26 to 36 nounce the birth of a daughter guests! were Invited .Pealed .

Kristy Elizabeth. August to call between! the t a. FLORAL FABRIC CHENILLE BEDSPREADS Sowtt 1 imirf ifyfit !to chooM

8 In Alachua General Hosp hours 7:30: and 9 o'clock. rot b.., S to Bet $899 wadding.. rl t"f <"f 77 from., oil/ "...Ilixd. Good total.. Turtlonoek. pullover with b $6.50I ital. school ddhas to4lade 11 pau.,n slid with. tuition' M I Ittf. Waolwn. IMI" 10-1" New nutijon Won,
The hostesses presented the Was 16" ....dll.. No-Iron, witliioio fI amabia IM L.&rIIm' .

I : I. honoree with a set of pots

I A CIlftecrCII TO the TELEGRAPH and pans as a memento of J4I Starke Plaza
the occasion.
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_j,' NEED CITED FOR PENSION PLAN, PAYJ RAISE FOR CITY EMPLOYEESA j



pension ,plan of a pay such a plan be made. Employ I A special meeting was set

TerwillegarMOTORS for the city's 00 employees ees should be offered: prospect i for 6 p. m. Friday, Au 13. .
raise : Sunday School 10 a. m.. Worship -I Leonard Wood. Mo. where he from Mitchell Starling that, (Card of Thunkn
was a big topic at attractive enough to, to hear the report. Thj Counj .- 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., will take advanced Infantry I he was married In Germany

Tuesday nights City Council I make them want to work for I ell will also be .looking' lori I Training Union 7 p. m. Mid-, training. to a. German girl on July 12. j We are sincerely grateful to

meeting. and a committee was the cIty. he said.Councilman i sources of new revenue which week services Wednesday:; 8 Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Clark Sp-5 Mitchell Starling Is stationed -' friends and neighbors for their

appointed to study the possibilities Menltt 'Willains, may be Indicated in the report. p. m. and daughter ShirlEY. of with the 3rd ArmDi- many kind acts of sympathy
I contended. however the emI Councilman
Williams Church of God Sunday Lawtey Mrs. James Hall and vision In HannIs. Germany during our sad bereavement
Councilman Nell Tucker I poyees would rather draw a noted Tuesday night that thesewoee School 9:43: ) a. mh.. Worship Mrs. O. J. Sullivan! and their and U due to come home la Our appreciation cannot be
with I decent salary to put more groceries service U
started the discussion not paying ,
11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m.. YPE I children of Ocala., spent December..
the suggestion that a oenslon: on the table tomorrow.A Its own way. Utilities Supt. Wednesday '7:30: p. m. Prayer Sunday at Six Gun Territory. adequately expressed.The .
plan be Installed. He pointedout I pension plan is needed he Oscar Davis ,has said that 7:30 family of
meeting : p. m. They had a picnic lunch Adjustable Vinyl Book
that the Fire aiu Police said, but the first step should the garbage pick-up serviceIs Felton Troy Smith
sal i The community was sad- along the way. Covers.. All sizes. 30 cents ea.
Departments aroady have be to provide adequate losing money and thatc1al'ges
fM' dened by the death of our Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Priest at The Telegraph.USEO'VACXTUM .
pension plans and said It I aries. providing' waterlines
oldest citizen. Mrs. Easter and LaMar have returned!
unfair that other city em- Williams who says lie won'trun to residents\ Is :a. losing
'I Wilkinson, 103 years ('J.d. The from their vacation In the
ployees don't. for the I office he la appointed proposition now.'VVVVVVV'V'VYV'Vyv. .
funeral was held at Long mountains. Mr. Priest's sister. _-w .
to until October: warned -
I _
Pension plans are customarily : = -
Mrs.
havea Branch Baptist Church Pauline Francis of Ft.;
the Council that "you
set up for\ employees of yyyVV'VI I Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. Myers, was Sunday overnight
I "

$ $ $ $ $ $ munlolpalitles that Tucker study said of "I bin guarantee job ahead.you had better Ida Shaffer of Pen- visitor. will do !
suggesting a start looking for a noW; and LAWTEYBy } nsylvania attended the Joe Ellis who is stationed This- pleasure trip you good
with
Methodist Church Sunday\ the Marines in South
IN)\ TifF: COl'NTV Jl'IiOC'S additional revenue. The city morning.Mr. Carolna. was greeted by his
ON THESE TRADE-INS ON (OUKT "f HIlADKOItO oan't Just depend on the ow- X uia $iaaehardA4AAA4AAAAAAASAAAj4.A1 1\
(I'Ol'RT Of PU4DKORUIN ; er plant." and Mrs. Robert H. fellow members when' he attended j < "
\/ PKOBAT13 NO Hlckox and children were the Methodist Church 40"1
NEW FORDS IN 1119lOxtutB: Chairman Ruby Johns appointed visiting Rev. and Mrs. John Sunday.
1967 or WIILIAM. !!IPI',, a committee of Councilman RECEPTION I
D..o'.d.' and Hlokox Sunday and attended. Madron, Cindy and Vernon
Williams,
n.I.If.JI1 1'0 ('UJI1I>I'I'OIU I : Tucker On Thursday evening of Church. Duck. and Reggy Norman t'.Giff.
All vruilltura having claim* Orle Wiggins and City Clerk last I '
;
.cir' d.n..nd", 81i1'not' the Btatif Merrill Edwards to study the I week a racepUon was Mr and Mrs. Charles spent a few da>e In Phoenix. \ -
: 1964 Ford V-8 given at the
by
Wlllnin, :II. Happ the abovnamnil parsonage f Chuck] Moore of Lake City
.
\ ilvuimBed, are' hurubynotifIed situation. members or the WSCS honorIng Ala.Miss ?
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mary Julia Futch of
of AilmlnlBtration RESORT
Unit nti Order The city clerk said he knows I the
6 Pass. t'nnpceminry. hal pastor. ,Rev., John W. F. Moore Monday. Tallahassee was visiting her
Country : the Council "
of
$ I bon cnceied by til* HonorableThrrop a source revenue Hickox, and MI'!!. Hlckox mother Mrs.\
The farewell Joyce Futch
$1291 A Yiiwn. County could tap that would pro- I who were'! recently married. party on
Sedan, One Owner .Cudve ; and that the total cimli! vide enough money to give Fetus! fours and punch were Monday' evening for Mrs. and other relatives Saturdayto tAll IS BEST OF ALL IN THE SMOKIESt! Enjoy the peICs':

than value Five or snltl Thouiand( vmate Dollar la teaR everyone in the city a pay in- served to those Joyce Futch was a lovely Tuesday. and quiet of tbe mountains-a riot of colors in autumn. .

(I >,000.00)) oxHumve or property di-ea.se. He declined to revealhis who included the' attending fol' affair and was enjoyed by Rev. and, : Mrs. O. J Raul- crisp, cool days;. refreshing restful flights wonderfulfood.
1965 FIAT FORDOR under tU. Constitution source however paying ho from owlng her friends. Rev. E. C. Harvey erson of Orlando are visitingMr. !. Come back feeling fresh as.a' breeze. If you l like
and Statute of the state of out of town:' Mr. and
Florida, ; und all\ crndltor of did not want to make it pub- Mrs. E. V: English Mr. andMI'S. gave a little service In and Mrs. I* P. Rafuse activity there' square dancing horseback riding, craft
"nlil .tate ore h r..bx notified lic. her honor. She received this week. Mrs. Bertha Stuc- making wilderness pack trips, bear and boar hunts, boat.

Good Condition $ .and o-r' demand reaulrnd. l tu which file any they ulalntw may The clerk cited the pension H., and L. HJckox Rev. 'of and Jacksonville Mrs.- nice gifts. Cake and punch ky of Jacksonville spent the ing, tithing--lots morel Furnished cottages, lodqc. Rate

$695 h"velgaln.t/ siild eitate In the plan of the City of Palatka V. J. Ragsdale of Starke. were served and ever one weekend. lower after September I 15-less crowded. For retcrvathia'

office IJraOrforrt of the Ununty County Florida.Judge& Jr of as one of the best In the CHURCH ACTIVITIES : had a wonderful evening.On Mrs. Bettle Miner. Buff phone, 4982211.

the CourthouMe at Stark. state. Friday August 11. Mr. and DavId\ were Sunday visitors -
r.r Florida within lit (A) calendar Grace Methodist Sunday and Mrs. Leo Dyal attended of Mrs. Effle Miner. Send for .

6 Pjck-Up first month pulmr-Ktion from. tile
? : : Virginia, Sapp Hills told the Council he 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., Choir Oa. when their son, Robert Winter Garden were -eekend ,
r gpoima. woud present the cltv's annual MYF: finished:! his basic training. parents. Mr.

f'.l; ., '" ., On.O\vner ", 1/21 4t 8/11 report Friday 100&h\\ .First Baptist Churoh After the services Robert and Mrs. James Rosier. j
boarded a plane for Fort Steve Starling and family i
| ; : '' \;/ >OHCB OP .nEnnTK's nti.n') have Just received a message !
l095 : $11 ..r Notice Is hereby given that J.
: $$1Chevrolet $ ..Jr P. D. IleddlDli. Sheriff of
." __ !N. Irradford County, Florida.. I
\ undor and by virtue of Writ oflixeciitlon
I -_ 1 tu Wit:' '


; : ) 1965 Plymouth 'Fury r.f fFordoe j Claims.I Kxecutlon rudiment. Florida Court Company., for iHHtieil pursuant. of Bradford IS.out Stance to M.of.a, County Lorvl.Tlmb.r Small Final Flor.. I''


'. : Ida" and ag-nlnat Kpno Thomas.itnfftmlunt. .
I. :
: : (In the amount of
$400.00 together with coats of .


: collection.Have, RUed and have In mvnoaHennlon .. II'Y' m._T".r.on.,.... ,.......... ... ,
the following d --- "- 4.<\-''' '' -I,
1
$ 1295. $$1 .$l i-rlbeil\ personal property to wanted. Apply in person ; I I cleaners reconditioned -,
1 I C
>M Wit:1967 Chevrolet Truck, ti) the Garden Restaurant tfchg If you find your name among the Classified Ads. r $13: up. 10 different' fj

I _-,......-.. --, No. C5B37B103318 T ag No. I FIIB. name ''brands to choose from. I!
4 CV.J7SA. ft come to The Telegraph office and receive Two Parts & excellent repairs alf'
;' ) 'For' the proprrty of the above F, makes. KIRBY SALES.! A
64 Jodge named defendant and that/ on j II
Monday the 21 litlny of AUK- mm FREE (PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- SERVICE 712 N. Main' : ,
.
oat, 1967It/ twelve o'clock THEATRE PASS vUle' 376-7110.( oalnf'S-1 I
Noon on Bald day on the prem- in.
:" ':' ; omjlp64 ir ,tonditl te I... of the Bradford, County 1 1COMF.R'S I'' .
.. "' Jail, twill offer for Hale und LAKEVIEWl
"
p pp
ell tc. the highest bidder for mmE5BI BEACH & COTTAGES:
.f: : cnsh In hand the abo\e do.- DID YOU KNOW it's to
fin'f. : bed said defendant easy HASTINGS MATTRESS CARL Spend the day with your family .
!f.. : 3oL1"' 01'1 property. of own a Longchamp Home? Bet & UPHOLSTERY BEGGS
;
to aatlafy the afol'eoahlExecu ter built WORKS on. SantlFe Lake\! Parking/
ti ; lion. for Florida \Jiving., 710 Leinuu St. I'alatka Gulf
'' Service $1.00 per car. Swim, picnic
or I '" I ,. r It '. H D Reddish, SMerifffli'adfurtl ; i4..,_, Your plans or ours. "Youv lot
I : free. Cottages the Week.
C unty, Florida by
< or Furniture '
ours. Contact( Buford Mitchell Repaired IT5PD!: PARTS
: EordCountrySquire: I 7/27 41 8/ltf phone 984-6803, P.O.; Box UpholsteredUerJnshed: [ Top PricM for Wreaked Val' Ph. 488-1129, )'I. ude Comer
)
238, Starke. 24 Earlton. 12U'flg824 ,
\ r : I l\o"'U'N tfchg MATTRESSES\ REBUILT Hour Wr oker< Service
y ,'I Ut M'I' j. iiiurT '
: W; gon ; ,Air Cpndtioned!; Curl Hurst Mayor. at. the FOR SALE BRICIK MOUSE New TnnersprinRS -. Fuel Oil 1 ONE STOP
4 City of Starke, Klurldu bj sir I ready for occupancy. 3 'feed- and Box Springs AT LAST! I IA
tue of the authority vested In AAAS&HGreen!' '

I me Primary, by,, law.1 ICIertlnn do hereby to be cull held H first at outside room. 1 of% bath. Located Just Drop Us A Card or Call SOt N. Wattle Stamps'Hwy. I HOME: OWNERS

12 $$1j5t} $$1 l ,the t l'l City ro Station by, qualified, In, the voters afoioBald ., >n breeze. Small city down MmUs payment.In Pine-I, PALATKA EA 5-0166 448-1999 I, POLICY MASONRYMATERIALS

J 1 U 10ft': Envy MRS. PEGGY SHAIXER:
__ TueHday tieptoinber! A.I monthly terms. Longs(; For Mobile Homes
l>.. for the purpose" | .at ElotUnu 209 E. Adkln St.
I Champ Const. Co..
.
Contact Bu LACY CONWAY That
thi ftillowlng Officers Qualify
: City' Clerk for two years I ford Mltcholl, Phone 964-6853, Slant, Agent FLYING SERVICE
:E O ordo Chief, Of ". 0\1\ ,.,. f"i, two. vearsMaynr P. O. Box 238, Starke tfchg'At FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Air- CALL TilE !MAN
for tw> years.Uroup ;
r .. : :2. OIK i nun' I Hmun I fur I plan rentals. Greyhound Bus FROM\ KEYSTONE Ready Mix Concrete, ConCrete -
.L'E2.\ ) (\ two years.Group Charter. Keep your party together George E. LaRue Block, Sand, Rock
4 one iiunullmun for ,
Mortar
.q' II CL.t5Cll'll.j: '- charter a bus. Phone Cement Steel Oyster -
; two years H VI'USVf : INSURANCE AGENCY
[ : I Group 6 one councilman, for I IS 9.-809.. tlebl' Shell. Umt'rlK'kf
one year t. 1.1 .....rd. _.._ ..1.I1t1.J.1a Keystone Ilts. 4734692FOR : Gravel Precast LJntel and
I Inspector. For Said l hleetlunMr. J.: W Furlong Window Sllln.
I !:
Everythingfor
3- .
.
: Ernestine tnmark.. 1111'''' word user 13 TKmlrn ,
I Myitlrf! Dennis, Albert Foster, Ci I Munonry pDomttrucUon.:
: SALE
: Mrs J. I. Hardy. Mrs' Margaret rlmrirr II not INSURANCE or rent large
!' .19 1'fQrd' Thunderbird! ; II. WllllaniH. Joe VallnHkl. Mrs.d paid' In n.l....<*. _.:IIaaE AT REDUCED RATES 2 story house 14 rOOmS 4 I
>: ITevatt. I p AUTO baths. 13.300. 514 S. Epperson. ANNOUNCING
: IORI : F1RK, BOAT
John .Simpson. Mrs' Ethel .aI. flIsoI.I news -
...: f .. ""r.! Power I Raymond" Mr. It U Dansby, I -.!. pee mart DOYLE F.. CONNER St. Y. U Klrchaine, P.Box I A-New-
.('u. I Mrs. Klla Mae Clmxteen* ( 78. Hampton Fla
tfehffHUNTERS
Alt..1 I INStThLNJCIII AGENCY
CARD or ThANKS
'
n"tel. Mrs. 1 N.

i5.85. )' '::" ;$MM:, : ;t : '1 : tirnatn ternate)), Mrs 11I1'*''Poituy Ed: Tonlny!! .('CAI'j has BO,: ward. word. ., o less... -.. -t.M_ ..00) I it&vm OANE GRINDER, need tfchjf'I Osceola National Ready Mix Plant

1 In tentlmony wherof I T pot. Must be in usable condi- NEW MOBILK: home, Chdck- Forest privately owned atKeystone

"'#: I I cause unto. subscribe the Seal my of the name said and I I tion and have a 60-gullon or aha 20' &: 24' wide; Buddy. campsites for sale as low as''' Heights
J town to be hereunto affixedthis I Reduce safe' simple and fast more capacity. State price. Ctamson, Layton Travel Trailers I$10 down. 11 miles N. of'

,, .the 7th day of August A. D. with GoBene tablets. Only 980.Koch' UNDERWATERWEED Write: Leon Whltehurst Jr., Liberty, Taylor. Ajalea. Sanderson on State Road 229 For Better Service To
lie!> 7.(8KAL

::1966:: Ford Mtaig! ((6))' J .I ( CAUL) HfH8T rarl :MAVORATTIJST. Hurst 3 BEDROOM" Drugstore.house lOitchg unfinished.. 8-24, :CUTTING Fla.P.O. 33.M7.Box\ 1297, Clearwater 2tp 8/17, boy sell, Buckeye trade. Year Trailer bank Mail financing. -. In.

..f': Radjb": r letcr.\ NstTirez: : : : Merrill. ijdwardHMEltUn.I : :354) acres strawberry .land. V6 All Types*. TYPEWRITER RENTALS: Inc. 8673 Roosevelt Blvd 4tehg 8'171 1 We Will Not Be
liD\VAIl! !! CITY Orange Park 264-3131. SINGEr
tfchj :
AUTOMATIC Undersold.
mile from limits.
city $4,900 DO.
I CLERK BulIdoEer .A Day, week. or month.--(Brad-
: 8/17 4t 8/1 i Ph. 904-8801. tfchg ford County' Telegraph. Phone CONSOLE MODEL

$1 : .:.risi:1fl1ONDA. : l :j Drag Line WorkJ. 984- 305. tf Myers Power ToolsArea Sewing Machine: Zig Zags
: THANK YOU NOTES blind stitches Bradford
;; ,: ) -Beautifully C. Gardner' buttonholes,
r; : mrmIP
} .. t silver. $1.20 for box of 23: including I PRONE 061-7729'' furnished. Call 964- 413 (day); Lawnmowers Power Too]. $300. Has balance of $32, or

." YOU BUY A NEW I' envelop Bradforc Keystone Height 473-4306 MtCulloch Chain Saw reliable party 'in this area can I EngineeringCo.

,<.' ,. :, ;$2'95'r OR USED CAR : County Telegraph. tt 1 SILVER SANDS LAKE (night). tfchg Pinnpa &: Water Systems assume $2 weekly payments.

,' .", I: ., .', .s, ., % ,, Brlgg & Stratum Engine Phone COLLECT: Jtvcltson.ville ,
x ', .. r I "" "' VI. .... ''I, THE KianT POINT for the $2.700 to $3.500 WANTED Service Station Rental Sale. Service 353-1946. Ask for creel man

t ::: :'"' tik'c .{ It \ i elect your favorite ESTER- GATOR HONE LAKE Attendant apply L. B. Alava- 230 N.E. 18th Ave. ager. Will deliver. No oltig.itlon. ; .
t
) ; !
t (O.245 ,lHps' FIND.OUTI BROOK fountain TELl-!: .
... :. : .... pen. $3,575 to $1,275 rea Service Station. 109 N. Gainesville 376-3111 Rtfchfr 8/31 I
:7 )" : .
d.. b .' 1 i4 fi'ki 1 way you wrt ..> Come In nod Temple Ave., Starke, tfchg Phone' Starke
!''t, ,,-. .. .... r- k&. ... 0 I .OHAPH. EASY TERMS( tfchg For Rent 3 bedroom. furnished 1' -

-', ,' ..:, J I See S. E. McKay Kingtlcy.. Lake house on Klngsley Lake. '. 964.5403
965 Ford' V8 WANTED Middle age coil- Furnished Sept. 1-June 1. Phone ,
1 Keystone house 22000.00, '
._4fr";)i'''' : ",.. : # 'I pie to. run a restaurant. Apa.r'ment 473-4710'Height 473-4U2 1 POWELL $3,000.00 down. $1 O.OO per 4 33-2233'1 Keystone Ready

Police .I Interceptor Radio-and: 1 I I310W and utilities furnished month. A. J. Thomas. Realtor. I IT"O
!: Heater\ Come to To Rena Motel U.& rhoneai 473-4816 Tel. 96-1. 701. LADIES want ride to Mix(
i 301 North Starke. U of Fla. will be permanent. #; Keystone
tfchg I I I
iC l : : .fI: 5 FORCED TO SELL Owner OPEN! HOUSE and Registration Johntie Hanson 498-1766 or I 473.4285 .
|C1$$1095Z > $ $ I No. :038 Developers! Over being, transfenred. Pay equity BEST BUY IN TOWN at Mama Priest Kindergarten Ext 28fl4 V of Pla. 3tchg 8/lT I

$' i i i1964ford CAR OVERS 9> acres, close in> Call for In'ormatlon. and Assume mortgage Concrete lovely .three bedroom home Aug. 17 and 18. Call FOR SALK- bedroom block

'. MAY SAVE block construction., 3 with panaled family room. 084-7231: for Information. house. 20 acres tillable land. FOR RENT -- 3 rooms and

{ UPTOn No. :S47 4 Loots! bedrooms livIng room dining Completely furnished and 4tchg S'Jl 15 Pecan Trees. Hozen bath furnished cottage. 513
$200I Approx Harley ,
Galaxie] room Kitchen beautifully landscaped. Pricedto Nona St
500'FocdorjAir tile bath. trehg'
f r 110' by 300'. Rt. 1. Box 41,
l I THROUGH THE i. Planted in grass screened porch, patio. Landscaped sell. FOR SALE -- 1961 Ford V-S Stark Phone
I Sf: ready to build on. Well St. 961-7938. tfchg
and runs good $295. J. R. Bulling- E. C. Dukes
tree shaded
i. i i; ,Conditioned( ,- .Automatic? i I 1 STATE FARM MUTUAL Septic tank. Buy one or all. Call 964.7120 for appointment.lot. OLD HOME SITE ton. .fehgWE
.
I CAR 10 with FOR SALE-: bedroom frame
FINANCE PLAN acres .
pecan. peur persimmon -
; .l.-l'' >One .Owner : i I No. 042 Priced Right! Cot- tfchg trees. This is the BUY, SELL OR TRADE. house. Call 4-772fl.. 321 GOOD, USED TYPEWRITERS -
Low
cost financing! tage, :S s rooms with enclosed The from $55.: : Standards and
Old Post 3
Trading ml. N. Clark Street.
place to build dream, Itchg
; E. through a local porch. Priced at $4400. J.lined VV. LeeFOR'SALE your Starke on 301. Furniture, Portables.< Also, Typewritersfor

|$1295 f" $ f' :'jf ) F[ cooperating bank; STROUT REALTY house. Se used. An.tlqlHcurl08.!) new, MULl< for sale.] $100. Call Rent. Bradford County

I and our low cost 2117 N. Temple Ave., Stance, 4 bedroom CORNER LOT picture frames, oetp. Plumbing 9616121. James Telegraph. tf
Newsome. Rt.
-Iig V' supplies used
lumber, heaters 1. Box 69. 1
Lawtey
: I ; distance to Doctor, store home, large comfortable washing machines Itp WANTED Ride. ft' Lake
stoves, re- Butler
1961 Falcon Wagon CALLTDDAYIMERRITT House FOR RENT unfurnished: 3, Call Bedroom 991S413. and Wall town to ,wall 3 tlochg to school. rooms with screen porch and frigerators", Iron bedatoods FOR -lngsley Lake arriving 8:10: am. ]leaving

I tf/thg tral heat and air carpeting conditioned; cen- car port. Low down payment you\ name it""! New brick $3 garage apt., 2 ER nicely fur-, Anytime after"3:30.: Call 8643140. -

1 low monthly payments. per 100. Also 'antique brick. fished, well heated pier privileges : :
Automatic! Radio' 1 FOR RKNT Small unfurnished large utility room. Living Boats. Come browse around. .. monthly rates. Phone
$$4'9500 WILLIAMS 2 beilrnom, house room with fireplace. good Hlzcd SACRIFICE Leonard and Ruby Griffin.. Carl Johns. 533-2884. tf
LArge chg
and Heater bedrooms.> Nice home for modern Have two small homes bath ; FOR SALE--Beagle ,.puppies
117 N. Walnut St. yard. Idc-al for couple ,or 2tp 8/17. a weeks'old, $20. 337 N.
convenient .
... .' i small fimlly 233 N. Bay living. Priced 1 out of.lty.. That must be sold. FOR RENT-FurnUhed nice Clark. ?
I Phone 964-53!)1 for quick sale. Partly flnanc1. WANTED TO RENT: Unfurnished bachelor apartment: near BlIS.Private ltp
Itihg 1. Phone 964-5289.: : BILL POWELL !
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS tfchg Bungalow 3 bedrooms
: entrance. ISO: month. FOR RENT-.Larlll'e furnished
STATE FARM FOR SALE- -1961 Chev. Real Estate living room, kitchen and
I.e. '00. 4-dr. garage Renner Apt. 383 VV. Wadhingon. .
123 N.
I Apt. Church St.: After
206 W. Madison Phone 96 &.7200 Mulwl,, Aulonuml" "* ___ sedan.. Standard shift 8 c'l.good BLUE: TICK female. No eol- 404 W. Madhon St. ; with shower or bath. Phone 9646279.. tfchg 3 call 964-6107. '
Intuiinci .
C5mpaiiSome __ condition. $430.) Dolph E. Jar or namoplaterau.t idnntl- F. G. Raymond. Rt. 1, Box Itcha'I
Your Authorized Ford Dealer in ,, Phones: Orr:981-64U
I Pu.meghe. .Oils..:Illillpil ........, Reddish, Ph. fy to get her. Robert;) StijcllJW ISO. A Shady' Ave., We*- FOR RENT!: -3 room furnish. HELP WANTED Female. I
Hrndford and Union Counties, 9647220.ztch After lIre. 5S3018! !
I. ? ai i I ftL ?, Box 1 ge. Starke. If&n.a&u& Mas. 01473. fit ftiuuCuieiit Ql dyA WeUttiu .O.narsl office. typing and CUIng. -

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Highland Gets the same period. 3 "'--7' ''' r...' ,r. ..!j,'" 9..." ,",, ;c:7': ) .'JU I Rabies ,Clinic ian Jack: Trwwlck.
In spite of an unusually! dry Escape i1 JGJ ., :! ,; : \ """, .t .r \ '. h JB t ,i it I The clinic will be held In the
10 Inches Rain spring, heavy summer rains Set Saturday park across form the Healtn--
In Past Week have brought the year's aver- Injury In : t"' } I' For Animals Department from 9 a.m. until :
age almost up to normal. I .noon. The Lawtey clinic will be
More than 10 Inches of rain From January 1 through Aug I 2 Mishaos A Rabies Clinic to vaccinate held from 1' to 3 p.m. at the ::
fell at Highland during the ust li, the three fire towers i i I pets for residents of Starko City Hall.Trawtck. .
week endingMonday, making recorded an average total of Two aitomobUa, accidents y y I and Lawtey la set' Saturday says there are soma .
It the wettest spot In thecounty. 83.51 Inches. The 50-year aver- Tuesday. Aug. 8, caused $)00) Aug. 19, by the Bradford cases of rabies In foxes In adJOlnlng .
age for January through July counties. He cited' one
New River fire tower damage to three cars but the County Health Department
recorded 3.80 Inches, and la Eo.78! Inches. drivers escaped without serious according to County Sanitar In Baker and eight In Nassau. :
No forest f I rest wer repol.'t.tdduring I
Santa Fe 6.60 inches
during the past week. Since Injury according to tOft ,I .
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Florida Highway Patrol. II
fires January with 1 788.6 there acres have been burned ttti :Mrs Minnie Lee Johns, 57, You Eat Better For Less
HAMMONDORGAN and Hampton, was charged with
as compared with 70 fires t
STUDIOFactory ,431.6 acres 'burned during the Improper collision on change SR-18 of a lane mile In east a When You Shop City Fish :;
same period last year.
Authorized of Hampton. Mrs. Johns' 1963 & I ..
Chevrolet coupe and a 1985 I .
Hammond A Service OrgaaiSolan TilE RIGHT POINT for the Dodge Dart coupe were lYavel- 1h N I, U.S. GOOD :
Come In Ing west on 'SK-18 about 7:45:
:Learn to play the easy: way the way you write. I '
110 N. W. 10th Ave. and select your favorite E8TEHBROOK -! a.m.The Dart, driven by Diane If f BEEF SALE :
Gainesville Center
Shopping
fountain peLTELEGRAPII'1 Lavern Champan 20, Keystone
Heights* pulled out to pass CHUCK : I
the Chevrolet. At the same '
time Mrs. Johns starl'ed a left ROAST OR STEAK LB. 59c..
turn onto a gravel road. The I
Dart slid 75 ft. before striking I LJZ t : RIB STEW LB. 39c ;
Bill Powell i iv z
I ; a iyr .
i the Chevrolet in the l left ... ,
'rear causing the car ,to travel # ,. a I BRISKET STEW LB. 29c :.
45 feet info the woods.
Of Nationwide I Mrs. John complained of I ALL MEAT STEW LB. 69c :.
pain but neither driver was
taken to the) hospital; Damageto
'RIB- STEAK LB. 79c :
Insurance Tells the left'rear of the Crevro- I
let was estimated at? $100 and II I ;
of the Dart at ROUND STEAK LB. 79c
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How! $200.In the second mishap, a 1966 1A' Building Gets Face Lifted FRESH GROUND BEEF .'

'Chevrolet sedan driven by 39c LB. OR 3 LBS. $1.00 '
i I Gene Ptckens. Cole, 30, Jack
"Nationwide insurancefor sonville-went out of control on
children U.S. 301 a mile south of I 1 WHITE BACON LB. 49c.
starts at $1,000, Lawtejr at about 11:2O: p.m., This |'It the School Board's do-lb-yoiinelf project a
jumps to $5,000 yet according to the report of 93.1,000 renovation of '.\' Building at Bradford High School. SMOKED BACON LB. 59c :
low the same" Trooper; K. Wade. Pickens, Arrordlng to Maintenance Supervisor BUI Graudon the building
premium stays :
who was not injured was Fla. Grade AFRYERS
will be ready when school begin In September, a goal
charged with speed too great
Supt Tom Ca ey once feared wouldn't be reached. LB. 29c
Take out a $1,000 Nationwide Juvenile Estate I for road conditions.Tha i
Builder policy' on your child any time before his I Vehicle was traveling After the mwvatlon the bnlMhijr 'will be Blr-oomJrtloned t P .1} .[jy :
fifteenth birthday. When he turns 15, the policy I north when the right front and carpeted. The huge hull down Its middle will be taken I FRESH PORK SALE
I wheel off the of
jumps to $2,500 yet the low premium stays the I the pavement.dropped It traveled edge 012 la as useable closMrooiii space and students. will enter the I

same. feet along the shoulder before roomy from two walkways down each side of the building. 09 c I ,
At 21, the policy jumps to $5,000. Still the same striking Information. sign I ''BOSEON BUTTS LB. 59c''
? Workmen above are tearing down one walkway, just completed -
low premium.It's post. 'After the Impact the
car traveled 10 feet more and two months. ago for south end of the building which : LB. 59c
a moneysaving way to get your youngsters ( PORK SIDE with RIBS
started on their own insurance program. Cash and came to rest eight feet from had It* face lifted last year and are putting up the new one.
loan values can help with college, starting a busi- the edge of the pavement. They'll be through by the end of the week The inside will 3 LBS. OFIDOWN

ness, getting married. Call today about the Juve- also' be repaneled and sealed by the end of the week tJruu- RIBS for B-B-Q LB. 69c
Bid Is )ApprovedOn
nile Estate Builder policy. I don says.Rotarians. I

PoWer Plant I .,_v____ I BACKBONE LB. 59c

I Told I twofold Dr. Elliott said, and Four cliMMrooma were converted Into long room In 'A'
BILL POWELLPhone rcontlnued From Page Onel other contributing facors are FRESH PORK HAM LB. 59c
'I Causes Of Building to carry out a team teaching' project under new
overweight and lack of regular -
Hauling the huge turbine BUS junior high principal Richard .lockel.
[moderate] exercisd. Ten- LB. 45c
,9&".6"6" 404 W. Madison St. from the railroad siding here Heart TroubleDiseases FRESH PORK SHOULDERS
sion Is also a factor;; but this The floor gets a sanding prior to laying carpet and at the
and setting it In the new
up cannot be eliminated under far end of the room air conditioning ducts. are .standing prior
Starke, Florida I addition wll be part of the of the heart account SMOKED PICNICS LB. 39c
'" building conract. for 55 per cent of conditions of our modern living to Installation.
I Low bid on sand Llastlng' deaths In the United States, the speaker said. .'"
I and painting the water tank Dr. Bib Eliot, co-director of Dr. Eliot was introduced by Into the club. of the Ernest Patz family .
I on the Pratt Street play- the training program, in cardiology Dr. A. J. Baorry, who had Special guests of the club with whom she will reside. ..
r ew ground came from J. F Decs at the University of charge of the program. on this occasion were Miss .
j Painting CO. for $3,430.'' Florida Teaching Hospital, Two new members, w. C. Ellsa Rekila, an exchange ,..
told the Starke Rotaty Club [BUll] Powell,.Insurance agent, student. from Lahti, Finland, .
AdJuatable Vinyl: Book Wednesday. and Fred Peden, vice president who will be sponsored by the Adjustable Vint Book I .
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jCovers. ..tJ.81_ 30 oents en.at V/E/ STOCK A coluv ETE LINEOF GROCERiiS:
Nitleawld Mutual Insurance' Company" Nationwide, Mutual Fir* Insurant' Company Covers. All sixes 30 cents eaaat Cigarette/ smoking :increases 1 and manager at Owen club while attending school at1 II I
Natlonwla:: : Lilt Insurance Company :homo olhcai Columbus.::: Stile' The Telegraph. the risk of_coronary attack by Steel Joist Co.,were welcomed. Bradford High, and members The leleg-aph. I
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StJC BHADFORn OOtrHTY TELEGRAPH."STABJtB. 'PLORD,1 t '''''''''DU. AUO. 17. 1967Florida's

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New Claims -1r Sentenced 3 Get Probation : with charged: (bond with set grand at $1,000.larceny In, Dated. CHARLES 1KR7.this lot A. day DARBY.of Aue- ',

zzrDescendants connection. of the theft of an Clerk of the Circuit Court. It'It'u"t ''I
outboard motor and other liy: Uaulah M. MoodyDeputy I

i In Circuit Court Action MondayTwo equipment valued at $1,600 (SEAL Clerk.

Law Is ExplainedQno L stolen near from Lawtey.Home's The Restaurant goods /IT 4t 917 j

With 221 living dcticend- I t NOT I CMNntlci : II
traced to Blcvlns at his
ants, Mrs. defendants were given tempted theft of a Chevrolet were ) la hereby given Hint I II. ,
of the 750 of cleared ,44t Easter: Wllklnon. home !In Jacksonville. \
committee. DuvlK who wu con-
pieces I I. Inhurn' K.
Ir-gl.ilution sent to tho governor I Details of the la.\\\"'. effect i m ., who died'Last Saturday jail terms, three placed on I Camaro from Baldwin Chev. vlotetl In tilt Circuit, Court of I
I at the probation, and a pre-sentence rolet. Hraufonl County, Florida, at tho
I age of 110 mightwell
by the present Florida Legislature have been published in a pnm- y'' Investigation' ordered in a 1.. C Williams, 18. was len NOT1CP1' TO neFnxn Spring 1H56 A Fall lOGS terma ,I'ahe.ot. '
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la claims law which the Florida Department be considered the inn- BRADFORD A. D.>> of the offenses
a I phlet by I!>f CmCUIT COURT
In Circuit Court tenced to four lit
sixth prison
allows the nl'.ite to reclaim, In I' of Public Welfare and I' march of Bradford Coun case years COUNTY, FLORIDA: of Forgery & Uttering A Fernery
ty. action before Judge J. C. Ad- after being found guilty of IN CHANCKHV.!: (2 cusi-ii) and Hpntenoedtherefor
some Instances, a port In i of are as follows: SUMNER to 3 years ((11I661) ando
klna Jr. here Monday. violating his probation. a; AARON
public assistance funds pied to Q: When Is the law effect- Numbered among her surI KOSU3 HUMNKK ( 1 year (l I9 BH). will apply
I Luther Jr., 24, local! 1963 of automobile theft. ,
J vlvors Johns a case for clBmem-y\ to the !State! Hoardof
children J'lalntiff.
|I are seven ;
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a after the recipient'sdeath. ive ,
person TallahMJiMee, Florida
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: 42 grandchildren man, was sentenced to five Robert Bellamy, 17 was v... Pardons
A: September 1, 1967. 87 great JOHN at Ita next regular meeting.
of RICHARD
I
Adoption :
of auto for four
for larceny an placed on probation
CtIf years ..
Tho new law sailed through Q: How much does the claim grandchildren '74 great, I I leliani U. Davis
mobile and five years /for years after pleading guilty to DIAMONDDefendant, (Apulluuiit)
session of the fl? great grandchildren, and 11
amount
thQ cur :
regular : 8/17 2t 8/21
breaking and entering:, the breaking into Paul's Store In NOT1CH TO APPEAR
rent Legislature after being. A: The amount of public assistance t i ii. great great great grandchildren terms to run. concurrently.Two Reno early this year. To: Aaron Sumner
on the books for t die past 10 payments mnde to or Address: Unknown -
\ other charges'agalst A rile\ Combs, 27, was placedon You art hereby norfrtcrt that
years or so when it never on behalf of a recipient after Mrs. Wilkinson was born '' of Klch..rdJohn
Johns were dismissed. four year's probation after 'a Butt for Ado-ptltm MURRHEE
August 31, 1967. before the Civil War and Diamond nun been fund

!&ON7) FIGHT BUGS! : There's One To Fit Everyone pent few her mile entire life withina cases Johns of was car charged theft, with breakingand two pleading tempted Introduction guilty to the of con at In cause the and shove you named are required Court and to Insurance AgencyRichard
as-sistance of her birth- of answeror
entering, and larceny of traband Into the State Prisonat serve a copy tho your complainton Murrhee Agt.
| : : place In the northwesternpart pleading; to
rectly to the recipient and Young: llartyIenl'! trying on helmet, ran barely get his of a third auto on the night of Raiford last December. the Plaintiffs Attorney General InsuranceFire
Bradford
(vendor paymenlls.. made for chin over the equipment counter In the new field house, bathe ; County. July 10. He pleaded guilty to Robert Hore, 23, was placedon 1 Hon.Wit. 'an4 i.ex the Green the. ,original!Mtark! In Flor-the Casualty Marine
I I I' I taking a 1957 Chevrolet fromNoeffcl'a four probation after office of the Clerk of the Circuit Auto Bonds
prescribed medicines hospital- found shoes and .a helmet to fit Tuesday a" grid l practice I years
the $40.00 Auto Sales, >taking a pleadirtg guilty to breaking'Into Court .on or 1 before the Keystone Heights 473-4788
(Including ,
.Izatlon
began and the B- quadpr wa as happy about things all nny :Chevrolet Corvalr from the 11th day.of September, 1961.
deductible under 7ltedicareiNursing ) THE RIGHT POINT far the the Blue Tavern on otherwise the allegation of I
$! Home Care,the $.3.00MedlclU'e I other recruit. the way you write. Come fa I home of Johnny Bates on BrownJee Street last April.A :. aid Complaint will be taken
and who Brownlee Road, J. F. a. confessed by you. '
: There were 48 boys vanity junior varsity reported I entering
premium payment and select pre-sentrnce Investigationhas Book
your favorite ES This notice hall be published Adjustable! \Snjrt
received by any recipient after I to the first 1It'.IDn l Tuesday morning/ Th.y will hold TERBKOOK fountain pen. I Hardy Auto Sales and taking 'been ordered In the case once each week. for, fourconaxcnnlve Covers. All sizes 30 cents coat

August :31, 1967. two minion. per day, 7 a-in. und 6 p.m., tu fight off the heat TELEGRAPH I a quantity of car tJtles and of Richard H. Blevln, 83, of BRADFORD' COUNTY w..k.1\ TELE-the The Telegraph.

Q: Who la Included an a recipient Until school .begint.County's Insurance papers, and the ,at. Jacksonville. Blevln I a Is OIKAPH.

of public' sslst nce? ....... II.
A.: Persona receiving Old

Ape Assistance, Aid 't,,, the Grand Larceny,
Blind, Aid to Disabled, and la BudgetIs
Aid to Families wliii Dependent B and E Charges

BUG-PROOI YOUR HOMEd adoptive Children parents the,of the legal child.Q or. ''Realistic' Draw ProbationsContinued

forced: When? Is the claim en- ( From Pass One) VAN H. PRIEST CO.

A: After the death of tho re- tContlrrued Prom Page One) Alachua Counties, but was :
a cipient.Q bonded out of jail In both I
e : Docs it affect the homestead In 67-63 since It separated Itself 1 places, picked up by, the Shore
0 ? from 'the Santa Fe. re Patrol and returned to his

A: No, as long aS he i prop gion.A. military base.Underbill I In Downtown Starke Has a Store Full of Finest Quality Merchandise and for Friday and Satur-
erty Is occupied as n homestead $1,350 Item for the Eaves: Tet stone,
by the recipient, his wife county-ifederal food commodity and Henley wore charged wil'.i day Many)Very Special Bargains Will Be Offered. Be Sure and Come In.

IOUS ROACHES FOR SIX MONTHS (or husband), or his children. program; Is new this year. entering Tuck's Drive-In last
Q: Does this claim give the Biggest Increase in the carefully June 27 and taking approxi
,GUARANTEEDpprayer state a title to the property? watched Road and Bridge mately IS cases of beer from
A: No. Fund Is 47,493 Increase In the store room in back of the
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Q: What docs the law allow salaries for County Road Department establishment. All four were -L: .
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the ac-encv: I'o do? employees. Purchase entering with intent., to com I..r.. -
---A: It allow. the.agency to of new equipment was sliced charged with breaking and ;P? ,ta t.r. "'""--- --- Large Beautiful ,.f FALL FLOWERED CENTERPIECE

make a claim against the $13,744, however, when one ,mlt petit larceny In that case. .'- : ""I" .

estate. of recipient of. the 'county's graders was Underhill and Eaves were i .:ht'i.t'l.izH'! : '' Heavy WeightBATH ,
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the oft.Repair. 22 ,. ., ,... .. ,
Qs: Does this law give paid also charged with the June : /"'. ...l..., .
; 9IUse gee Department a right to claim and upkeep (of equipment theft of a tire, wheel, and a .t'. .
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a all: of the estfite' of a recipient was cut $1,250 to $13- !spark plug pump from \I'lie J. .: : ...-......--,- ...,. JJh_ .oID:1I:
800. There la a $3,021 IncreaseIn and bond in '\ P"! n
? B. White place' ",
Df ". &
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A: No. This claim/ 1s the road tax due to municipalities that was set at $1,000 ::i -

professional "seventh" claim and takes Its up to $8,033, and a The City of Gainesville also I A,; I .
place after the cost of administering $1,600 Increase to $3,600 per had detainers on Eaves and ;. 'H: 1 $1UP T0$5
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the estate payment: of yearfor insurance. Henley for breaking and enter. $1.98 VALUE .
medical expenses Of the last Biggest change In the Fine Ing and on Underhill and Tet-:
: RID-A-BUG kills roaches fleas.fnosquito .
illness, funeral expense and and Forfeiture Fund la a new stone for receiving stolen,
ilverfiih and all
ceriiiin: other debts.Q $2,632 Item for the public de- property I Very Pretty
household crawling Insects, : What happens If a recipient feeder's, office. 'There' is a The defendant, Robinson, I Only $1.19assorteci
and leaves residual film that '
a kill for 6-8 months. sells or gives away prop I$1,000 cut, to $500, in witness was charged with a B & E at'i I
continues to erty which be owns after he :and Jury fees' for county and A, T. Paul's Store at 923 N. Indeed

I RID-A-BUG i il available at your receives assistance? :circuit court and'a $1,250 cut Pine St. In Reno last March. -. -.....-- -
Hardware, Garden Supply, A: If the deed to sell or I to $2,000, In other court costs
Builders Supply Point and Independent transfer the.property Is made :and 'fees.

!: Grocery Stores. within six months prior to'his I Sheriff P. D. Reddish's new, 10.Cpl.. Kimber

RID-A-BUG & RUST CURE death there will\ be question spending '''bill, a part of the
of the validity of the .leed unlessfull Fine and Forfeiture Budget, Vietnam Casualty,
i TOP, 4 UALITY COMPANIONS ) value ofj; the propertyIs t I. down to JS5.382 for 67-68 at RUGS18f'x30" I
t | For Further Information -Call: received. the Commission's request. The Buried MondayFuneral

Also, the transfer, of the Sheriff rearranged It, however
STARKE Lawrence !
for Cpl.
property may aflfect? continuedeligibility : ; to give his 12: employees,
Builder Hardware & Supply for assistance under raises totaling $3,815. Other Rutford Klmbler. 22, Starke,

301 E. Call Street the regulations of the Welfare expenses were cut back $1,550: killed In Vietnam, was held a x

Alary Carter Taint Store Department. to.$20,840. The Sheriff's sal, Monday afternoon at Crosby
303 N. Temple Street Q: May a recipient, mortgage .' ary remains at $9,000. along Lake Cemetery. _
Y
Starke Hardware property alter-,the claim with other county officers, He Is survived by his e 4 s t
Street the $3,000 for Investla- mother Mrs. Grace I. Jones; C
108 E. Call( and(
effective? S PA I(
law becomes i ink"G ;*
cMtbtg
tone and $6,500 to purchasenew I three brothers-Leon of New
IAWTEY A: Yes. The Departmentclaim cars and radios are that I Port RIchey Carl] of Key 1 $ALfOCD, STOR rT. FRt1'N !TOR wkN
J. 1. Waters General Mdse. does not affect, current
; same. West Charles of FreeportTex.
of -the property or
KEYSTONE: 1IF.IGfrrSk ownership .; three sisters Miss

Brooklyn Supply House property rights In an10 ay 2 -IncumbentsAsk Freda Ellis, Delanci, Mrs
Hwy. 21 during the lifetime of ,the re
.Barbara Evans and Miss, .
Keystone Height Lumber -
cipient.
Hwy. 21 & 100 Q: Can the recipient, wit; his Return Linda Dell Starke.WilliamsThomas I .. .

Itutl..dge Grocery to whomever<< he Funeral :8 57 Asa : 59c For
property Regular
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Lake Geneva Home of Gainesville was In : 39c
wishes? (Continued From; Page Onel] charge.
IF NO DEALER IN YOUR ,1Yes, but,at the time of I
AREA CONTACT mayor. Lwa L.fl 27"x48". Regular$1.98 For
probate of a will the Depart.ment' sa_ : QQ
KENCO CII} I1'CAL' & MFG. Iwlll be enfwce( lie has lived In Starke for YoCHOIC
claim ;
CO.; INC. 14 years., .since 1953. He now I( 10 QT.HOUND Q7.OCIAGOSDECORATED'WASTt.
P.O. BOX 6246JACKSONVILLE as a seventh claim against: the r operates the Shell Service 12 Wide I ; -.-'-_- DECORATED 30" x GO" Regular $3.98 -. For $2.33

: :, FLA. 32205 estate. Station on the corner of Temple BURCT WASTE BASKET
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Ave. and Madison Street. Custom Made 4' x6' For
Regular $4.98
$3.33yj
Hurst came to Starke as an I
For Florida I
employee of the Hercules pow-I, Living ,

company moved Its base retfo.: .. :
-I I Think main In Starke when the, YOU ; rr PLASTIC LADIES'
der Co. He held' that post for I For Your $ 1 :g

eight years but decided! to No Salaried ; DRAPES
re-I or Com FIRST
1 I IPaid eratlons six years MO. I missioned EmployeesDAD
Going Into the service QUALITY
tion business. Hurst has sta-I & BRAD.LARSENLIKE I J. .

That BillTwice. nted a. Sinclair station TO WORK I u; 11 Qt. OBLONG DISK t SEAMLESS

Phillips 66 and has had hU, MESH
I
present Shell station for two YOU Benefit! .

years. I NYLONS S
i Clerk Merrill Edwards Is
,I completing) his fourtn term.I All Sizes .n Display

I Seeking his fifth term Tie Is,I 8-J 0-12 Widen Reg. 3 I'r. $1.00

apparently very* popular as 1 Va Baths r. w tl I
evldencei-by. : the 4-1 maryln|I and Ex andables NOW

by which .the voters decidedto II

KNOW WHAT YOU PAID! keep' his office elective. a New and Used 3Pr.
few weeks ago. I
He first ran for the clerk's Very Special
PAY BILLS BY CHECK! 8-Yr. financing: : available
post against former Clerk Carl -

Johns and was beaten by two I I Use Our Rental-Pur c PairS 88c
votes. Johns retired after 44
: .* A checking account Is the nafent that term and Edwards was chase Plan-Payments QT. DECOR.DCCOMTE9 'INSIt DRAIN TRAP

: elected, beating Cliff Hazen: Under $50 Per MonthNonki BASKET
# and most convenient way to keep up ,
." ::1 for the post. He also had opposition .-.-

:*:;;." with what you have paid cancelled ''I In 1963 when Mrs. 30"X30"
CArolvn Redgrave, a cleric In
\ ; checks are legal proof of pay- his office ran against him.A .

I' native of Starke his HOSTESS BRIDGE TABLE
1 ment. Checks are easy to carry, great-irreat-erandfather
I camel Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE '
,_. easy ,to cash, and safer than cur- I here !In the 1830's. Edwards' All WOOD
worked himself from clerk to -

: rency. Open your checking: account manager of the A & P Store( Full Lake Privileges' CONSTRUCTIONWALNU'
, here during! the depression. He FINISH
I I Homestead Exempt- lwa,
here now! left the store In 1941 co work t ',
Financing ,MOISTURE aid
C for the Post Office Depart- (

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.TARKM. FLORIDA THURSDAY AITO. IT, 1967 I





! A NEWS And NOTESFor


f r Today's HomemakersBy

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4 Martha So. McCaia
"No The of Dear Mr. Matthews:
Parking" --- Sign Decay When we are having' so County Extension

much turmoil at home and Horn Economies Agent

Downtown merchants who would be in fundto all around the world today, r
stick money placed a 'RSsYvUAu.6OfA it is a welcome change to see ...-.. .........JhiiiI
together will thrive togeth- perpetuate downtown develop- someone who is reaoy to

ment. "MO IMY, LET ME DO IT"
er.This Gory help us. one fourth cup mayonnaise
was the message givento -Encouragement of office con- -' On behalf of Jonea-Lang- How many times have you 8 slices of bread. What to

Gainesville businessmen this struction in the downtown area to( lf I l'(+ 'TUE CAPTAiM'OF ford-White Post 56, American\ heard that' plea since school do:I11 Oet out, equipment!

week In a survey prepared by the increase economic stability and Legion I wish to thank Mr. has been out as your youngster and Ingredients [121 Put
Community Development Depart- r" t Tk s SHi1 / Rogers of New Method has been trailing you beans in small bowl. [(31
the number of retail customers. ,
around the kitchen?
excellent job
ment. Cleaners for an Chop celery and onion. Add;
-Increase the variety of mer- of cleaning both the Amer- There is no better time to to beans. [C4J Add Mayon

By inference, we can conclude chandise offered in the central ican Flag and our local post teach children to cook than naise. Stir together. (FS] Lay

that downtown merchants who business district. "Variety is one E. P.t4b colors. Everyone of our officers when they; first show enthus- four slices of bread! out on

don't stick together will sink to- of the downtown area's major assets say "thanks from the iasm. The good training can wax paper. Divide filling between -

gether. !! an increase in the variety l l'Fa1R depth of our hearts-for a begin with simple, easy-to- four slices. Spread to

I Actually, the problem i is not of merchandise will help E Job well done." make dishes that Involve nofrustrating edge of bread. [181) Top each.
Walter H. Lee problems. Be sure with, another sliceof bread.
that simple but the Gainesville :
I I
,
of
capture an Increasing portion
rF Chaplain Post 98. to teach your youngsterssome [71 I Wrap each sandwich, in
survey contends that merchants the retail tradeDevelopment," kitchen safetyfirstrules wax paper for the picnic.

must band together "and carry 1' 'as she fa Remind
of a better pub- Dear Mr. Matthews: cookini. SALADS AND MORE\
out their part in securing a pros- lic transportation system. By en- As a parent I have spent your "small fry" that SALADS
perous future for the downtown 'with all cooks wear clean clothesas
talking
couraging workers and shoppersto many hours Some how we always: get
area." If the businessmen fail, leave their cars at home, this teachers trying to find out fingernails.Here well have. clean hands and back to salads. There are so

downtown Gainesville may not exactly what the educational many different kinds of
could traffic and
I raUice, parking recipes for
have a future at all, the report needs and problems for Flor- are some salads and this is just the!
problems at the same time it increases the "small fry" chef to try
time of for them. Besides
I ida and Bradford County are.I year -
SLOPPY JOES
hints.What sales. convinced that the more salads we eat
am now
applies to downtown
Gainesville All of these, with the possible FEA is justified in Its courseof One cup chopped onion -just maybe the less fried
to
applies equally one-fourthi chopped
cup ) green
I' foods will eat. Reasonstoo
exception of the last item could we
action.I .
downtown Starke and every oth- pepper, 1 tablespoon fat, 2 i
be profitably applied to Starke. do hope that the teach- pounds beef 2 8-oz. numerous to mention
ground ,
er town and city in the nation for most of indicate
I us, wo
that the of this county stand behind -
Everyone agrees big ers cans tomato sauce, one-half
now feeling the cause in shopping should! eat less fried foods.
gest problem in the downtown their own educational cup chill sauce, one half cup
I habits of the American public Besides a lot of salads can
This battle is
district here, as elsewhere organization. hot water; 1 teaspoon salt. 3
and should before
be
I is fie yours, teachers. IF YOU tablespoons vinegar, 1 tea- prepared
adequate parking. Shoppers
time so they can bn
Says the Gainesville report: FAlL to back your oiganlza-. spoon dry mustard.
today have been "spoiled" by the thoroughly cMIled. A real
I "The exodus of a number of tlon, then you have lost the What to do: (1)] Peel onions -
of free main saled that is color-
acres parking provided by dish
and
cut Into
merchants to shopping centers! battle. tiny pieces
modern ful, nutritious and easy to
(as has been the trend here in shopping centers and Every teacher In this coun- with a paring knife or chopto is
have cultivated the habit of shop- should standi and be make 1 cup. Wash pepper, prepare
recent years) tends to lower rents ty up
SKY HIGH RICE SALAD
where remove seeds 'and white ribs
ping "drive to
they can up counted. Our children need
in downtown areas, opening the then cut into tiny pieces 3 cups cooked rice, 1 cup
the door and
park. Certainly afraid
teachers who are not
door for less desirable functionsto whole
with a paring knife to make kernel corn, 1 cup cel-
they cannot be blamed for taking to Silly we need quality edu- sliced fourth.
locate in the city center. In one-fourth cup. ery, thinly ; one
advantage of this convenience. cation in Florida. If they are
time, this leads to a degredation [121] Heat a little fat In a cup green pepper, chopped;
of the entire ". All of us are inclined to take the afraid to say this then they large skillet. Add meat and one fourth cup stuffed olives
area. "
easy way out, and if we cannot 'Walking The PlankFARMER'S should get out of the teach- cook and stir over low heat sliced: 3 tablespoons onion,

The report also commended find a parking place close to a ing profession. until brown. minced; one fourth cup dill

"Operation Facelift," an ambitious certain business, we are more Every parent in this county [31] Add onion and green pickle, chopped!r three fourths

plan for renovating downtown should urge the county pepper and cook about 5 teaspoon salt; fresh ground
than apt to drive on to a competitor DIARYdown
Gainesville, started in 1964 where is school board to give our minutes longer pepper to taste: one third
avail-
with the backing of the Cham parking space teachers a professional day ((51 Split hamburger bunsor cup bottled Trench dressing:

ber of Commerce and the city able.This Prices of 78 cents a pound at a cabin in the to attend the meeting In Or- cornbread! squires. Top 2 tablespoons chutney chopped

is a problem among have not been uncommon at "scrub" when one night they lando on August 24. This Is with Sloppy Joe mixture. fine; one fourth teaspoon

government. The plan was to en- several others -' that the down the tobacco markets tills sea- heard a lot of deep growling the least they can do to show Serves 12.NOTE curry powder. Combine the

courage store owners to repaintand town merchant must face, and son and at that rate, and a and attributed it to a panther our teachers that they too : first seven ingredients. Season -

redesign their buildings. Loc- solve if he to survive yield of a ton to the acre or Well, as Hollis tells the want quality education in. It the neighborhood gang with salt and peprer.: Into -
al architects contributed the design hopes un- better, the gross Income per story Charles perched) on Bradford.As did not show up tor this the French dressing, stir

work, and the city installed der present competitive condi that's a handsome return for n. top 'of the cabin with a shotgun a parent I want my meal, :you can freeze part of In the curry powder and

brick planters and landscaping in tions. acre exceeds $1,500, and on several nights follow- children to have as good an this mixture. chutney. Pour over: salad.
completed blocks. The problem was discussed at that is a handsome return ing, and then finally 'let loose education other children HOBO SPECIAL Toes lightly. Chill until serving
of for cultivating what Is 'with his gun, and yelled "I as SANDWICH time. Mound on crisp
The survey concluded with a recent meeting a special com- technically listed as a weed. got him." But Instead of a. and I am behind you 100 per 1 canned pork and greens. Garnish with hard
cup
mittee of the Starke-Bradford
some recommendations for Improving At that price, it's a good panther, Hollis reports with cent. I hope that other inter- beans, one fourth, cup chop- cooked egg slices. Serve with

the downtown area, County Chamber of Commerce, thing there are marketing grin, the. victim turned out ested parents will do likewise. ped celery. 2 tablespoons cold slices of turkey or chic

which are just as applicable to and several recommendationswere controls ,or else there wouldbe By Sam McGarvey\ to be a 10-inch. long. possum. Sincerely, chopped! onion [If you Uke It] ken. Serves, 6.'due .,
made. Among these were over-production and the 'Interested Parents" -y I
Gainesville.
! Starke as they are to to explore the possibility of cooperative prices would drop correspon the making. We've heard many such Route 2. Lake Butler, Fla. :; *Market pin
Among these wereDevelopment : Starke again soon, and hopeto Lake Butler.

r of'a"n all-day /:purchasing at a central dingly.. .' Aa result'otl air the rain stories fishing' around about this hunting section and rcorn -see your' men being more and O'Steen's Store 'at Pro-

! parking garage in the central parking lot for convenience of The Bradford Strawberry we've'had latelYf'pur; drlve-; end it is apparent that the Aug. 14 1987 helpful to stranded travelers vidence.Collectors turn their

business district. This would be downtown customers; the possi- Cooperative seems to be off way is once more a series of outdoorsman ,had a lot of fun Sheriff P. D. Reddish Sincerely, may
'' In at cf these
bility of' making' portions of Call that Martha Garrison: cone any one ;
downtown workers to a good start with t laraenumber puddles and we notice In the days when thereweren't Starke Fla.
used mainly for Street in who live in the [Mrs. Frank A.] locations.
order to
one-way pro of leading 'berry most people the restrictions. that During the past four years
freeing more on and off- have the same problem -' 2810 6th St. E.
with country
vide more parking diagonal growers signed! up as mem- exist now. years I have had the oppor-
street parking for shoppers. Sam has filled the .' Bradenton. Fla.
spaces; and lastly, the very aim bers. At one of the organizational tunity of staying to! your Landowners
-Continued encouragement of ple procedure of stricter enforce- meetings, the group worst holes In our driveway' Speaking of fishing, we lovely town several times, [Copy to Bradford County
A at- was told by an expert in the with old bricks, and while hear that it la good right Telegraph and Mayor Carl Should Order
Facelift.
of
ment the two-hour ,
Operation more parking and driving through many
field that Its hardest Job that has prevented the holes now, and that a lot of big Hurst
tractive central business district limit in the downtown area. would be In getting started, from getting deeper, driving bass are being caught. Sam many times. Seedlings Now

should increase retail sales. So far, the results of these and that seems to be well over them Is like the "rocky can't boast of his fishing, as My husband and I have Forest Service Landowners who are inter-

Creation( of an improvementfund underway. We asked a well- road to Dublin the only big fresh water fish stayed in your motels* and
seedlings -
recommendations at least to ested In ordering pine
which would set aside a known berry grower what he he's ever caught here was a have eaten in your restaur- Will Purchase Florida Forest
from the
our observation have been nil thought of the idea and he In traveling around the lunker of a mudflsh at Cross ants. Starke is a nice town,
percentage of tax revenues resulting How about some action ? It said, "It's the best thing that county, we've noticed the efforts Creek. and the people I have met Slash Pine Cones Service nurseries should begin -
immediately -
orders
may
placing
from increased retail sales ever happened around: here of some growers to cut have been extremely friendly. -
be later than think. Starting in eary Septemberthe : according to Tommy
we under tall growths of gcsbanla -
and higher land values, The for berry' farmers. And the only time h9 ever .
which were raised this Florida! Forest Service Bell County Forester
hunted for anything [ a
We had been visiting' In will purchase slash pine conga Some landowners last win
It isn't often that -ve have summer as cover crops. Someof wildcat which was making'
Jacksonville and were driving in north Florida to replenish ter were unable to obtain
long periods of cloudy and the plantings have reaches off with young plgsl. he gave
home Saturday morning, the depleted supply of seedlngs because they waited
I rainy weather, but we had a height taller than a man after sitting at the hog
Putting The County On Sound FootingIn one last weekend that was and It Is a tough lob to try pen up half the night end then Aug. 12-myself, my sister, seed for future nursery until the months of t/ovem-*
13, and sister-in-law. plantings. ber and December to plac
age
one big solid drip. It was attributed to cut up that much growth Iftt a field jacket hanging on my
by the Weather Department where it will rot and do- some the fence, hoping It' would age 13. I am 21. We were According to Aaron Jordan their orders. It Is anticipatedthat
these days when the cost of this year, almost every agency to a cold front good. scare off the marauder. alone because my husbandwas Reforestation Supervisor for as last year, the Florida

government seems only to spiral asked the Commission for an in- years ago in a similar situ When he went to feed the at Camp Blandlng with the Florida Forest Service, Forest Service nurseries will

upward it was good to see the crease in appropriations, each be- ation, and without expert Hollla! Knight tells this hogs In the morning he look- the National Guard. the present stock is down: to have taken orders for No-all
half yearsupply"" and at available seedlings by
Bradford County Commission lieving theirs the most importantand forecasting people would story about Chares Dei by. It ed for the jacket and found We had the misfortune of A least four year ,supply Is vember. .

take a realistic approach in mak- most justified of any request. have waited uneasly, fearing seems that Charles! along only the zipper. The row had having/ two blowouts in your needed. Seedling' order blanks and

ing its 1967-68 budget that a tropical storm, was in with some other hunters, was chewed. the jacket! into county. I imagine, from the "We will pay cone collec- price schedules can be pickedup
All were met with a firm "No, .shreds. way the tires were cut I local For
tors $1.25 per bushel for slash at any ot the
The new spending bill has been however, though the Board did must have run through some pine cones. On the average, a est Service tower sites or offices.

sliced $22,419 from its 1966-67 grant a few small increases while 'Best People Available' SoughtAs made by the Incumbent ASC glass not being able to see bushel contains about 200 .

level, though it still totals over lowering the over-all budget. For county committee.This in the rain. cones and we 'will accept

half a million dollars. But the fact instance Sheriff P. D. Reddishwas Nominees For ASC Group year for the first We had the first blowouton quantities as small as one- BUYS REGISTERED

that the Commission took the asked to cut his budget back time, the election of ABC the the road in front of fourth bushe Jordan said.

knife to the new document indi- about $5,000 to his' 1966-67 level ; committees throughout during Camp Blandlng. and we girls Normally the first' three ANGUS BULL
be held!
nation will
arrangement.The
County committeemen cost-sharing
ASC In Is the
weeks September
changed it, with several nice
cates more than the frugality but he managed to juggle expenses should always be the total Investment in conservation the third week in September. appropriate time for colleo- Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hicks,

which first meets the eye. and giye his 12 employees a "best people available according was about $85,300, Previously such elections had people help.stopping and offeringto tlon. However, Jordan says Sr of Hampton recently

small pay increase. There are to Mrs. June Chapman with about half coming from ben held at various times Indifferent the best way to tell If the purchased an AberdeenAngus
Demonstrating a farsightedness other similar in the Office farmer and The second blowout was on bull from Henry and
examples new County Manager the participating states from Jutr' cones are ready Is to put a
absent in too many govern- document. :Agricultural Stabilization and the balance from ACP., Highway 301 which runs sample of them In some 20 Jeahette ChItty of Mlcanopy.

mental bodies in these times of Conservation Service. Slatesof The County Office Man- through December. The 1986ASC through Starke. We were weight motor oil if they

"big money" spending, the Com- Operating at first under what nominees are being estab- ager pointed out that a list elections In Florida changing It ourselves, when float they are ready.

mission is looking forward to next seemed an almost certain disappearance lished at the ASCS county of eligible voters In the coun- were held in August not one, but three Bradford! "We must emphasize that IN MEMORIAL:

year when the county's bonded indebtedness of racing revenue now office for committee elections ty is available In the ASCS This year's election will, be County Sheriff department we can buy ontyi slash pine In memory of Wallace T*.

will double, and to two divided equally among the coun- to be held the third week in county office. She explainedthat held by mall balloting dur- automobles turned and came cones and they must be Thlgpen, Sr., who passed
September."The any local resident! whole back by us [301 is a fourlane healthy closed cones since
years from now when the state's ties and with the gas tax coming is ing the period September 18- away one year ago today.
committee system eligible to take part. in an highway] They cam. back open or partially open cones
urban Legislature will no back to the county in jeopardy, 22. ASC County commIttee- Cod glveth and God taketh
new the backbone of the farm ASCS farm program may by but not one of there men will have already lost some
doubt make another move to remove the (Commission had no trouble programs" Mrs. Chapman vote in the county committee men are elected for 3-year stopped to see If we were of their seed," said Jordan. away. He took you away one

from the county's hands saying '"no" to any and every re- declared. "It's responsibilities elections, and he may hold staggered terms. To be elect- having trouble. The only Collecting points for the year ago today We miss you

the all-important race track tax: quest. include the conservation of office as a committeeman regardless ed this year Is one regular person to stop to help us in cones In Bradford Countyare and we will always love you.
natural resources, the stabilization color, creed Wilson Toomer Ferti-
of race the :
drizzling rain old
funds.If committeeman for 3-year was an will
a Our prayer: is that we
But when the cuts failed to materialize of agricultural commodities or national origin. Further lizer Co. at Cherry and
colored
and
the plans of the Board and much to the amazementand and price support information regarding qualifications term. Two alternate. commit- almost man.finished when we were he Brownlee Sts., and Harley's meet you again someday. -

Clerk Charles Darby can be successfully great relief of the officials, activities which protect and of committeemen is teemen wUl also be elected stopped.I Oarage on Highway 16 east. Your loving wife, children,

implemented, the coun- the Board didn't give way to the Improve farm Income. We available '''At the ASCS county for 1-year terms. will be Collecting points in Union and grandchildren.
need the best possible cross- office. driving tnrough County are C. F. Miles Pro-
from the 1967-68 requests for increases. The
ty will emerge easy section Of farmers on the bal- .
fiscal year with $40,000 left above way out was not taken. lot to Insure effective administration vote Farmers In the who committee are elljible elections to Art Association

anticipated expenditures. The Instead, the Board and Clerk of the various also have the right to Meets TonightThe The Bradford County Telegraph

newly adopted spending bill placesthe looked ahead and made plans for measures," she added.In nominate by petition as a
ESTABLISHED 1879
county on sound financial Bradford County Mrs. candidate for committee

footing, not only for the coming future years to keep the countyon Chapman explained, about membership any: farmer who newly organized Bradford Q E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher
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year, but provides a cushion for a sound financial footing. 200 farmers took part last Is eligible and who has indi- County Art Association awns

two years from now when thecounty's The citizens of Bradford Coun- year In administered one or more programs the- cated that he is willing to will meet tonight [Thursday] O Florida'. Oldest Weakly' Newspaper PuMl.he4 OonMnmuly

be cut back while by serve. Such petitions, each at 8 o'clock in the Civil Defense 17 Under Tb Sam! MM DM*.
revenue may ty, they may disagree with ASC committee. Funds disbursed one nominating one farmer NPubnred

sharply and its bonded indebtedness some actions of the Board, shouldall under the Committee's and signed by six or more building at the Fair1(1"OI1nda. -

still on the increase. be grateful for the sound supervision amounted to' approximately eligible voters may be filed _h TlMmUy aa4 entered a* Second ChuM Matter a* tile Peel Offta:

groundwork being laid for them.It $95,000. at the county office any time 'A 'show and tell" program .t Stork.. Florida under Act ot March Sra, 187t.t .
Neither do the demands of the Last year, 'approxlmatey 28.
is before August Eligible
one instance where we think has been arranged with Mrs.
public for more and additional the Board is giving the county 4.900 acres of farmland were voters may sign as many petitions Ward Bessette, of Keystone .1I1N1orfpUea8 trad areas 1 year, 94.04 j S nmth, fJ.JII ',.
improved under the
services ever diminish. Even real service. Agricultural as they wish. Addi- Ontald bade arat 1 year ", JIOI; d montH.. p.aot
Conservation Program tional nominations may be Heights, in charge







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Branch Baptist Chinch IVVtVVYVYYvv7vYVYVYYYWMAXYILLE Wednesday they all enjoyeda anon Company, i. Florida. Corporation V2T 4t /17 may b.. .Harurod! Cfjtm: lbs Srp-
Lochloosa.Avory Every Auto Accident Affects And _liutt L.oisardQrittie. tor pool officer.
Tuesday afternoon. fishing trip at defendant. In th. DKWITT SINCLAIR 8UPT.Klor.ua .
Mrs. Ida Shaffer of Pennsylvania Slade visited Satur- \ amount or' $1,10846 together NOTICE Bid.; will OP be 8'LJISeal.d receivedIn ; Btat. Frl..n.
attended the day in Hampton with Mr. Your PocketbookBy with gout of' collection. the office of Builnen Man. 8(10 It 517
NaVe called and have In mypoucenelon ,
Methodist Church Hundwmorning. and Mrs. Colsle RlRdon Mr. aver, Florida State } I.on. P.
the dee- ,
Russell the drunken drivers oldsters 1 following O. Box 821. Ralford, Florida
By Knza BlaachardRECEPTION By Mrs. A. C. Sliule and Mrs. J. V. Slade Mrs. Kay crlbcd personal. property to up to and not later than 10:00A :

...LA ALA A A AAAAAAAAA Mr. and Mrs. Robert: H. Phone 2894491rvyvyyyyyyvyyyyyyyyy' Jessie WIllis and family and Probably your experiencewith and take youngsters word combined.Don't for It.. Wit:1905 Chevrolet Station M AUK 26. liter for S pa..nenger THE RIGHT POESTT for MM
5 ton pickup
my 3/4
Hickox and children were Mrs. W. M. Slade. Traffic Court has been Wag-on. ID No. 1133B5N203- truck car*-and I dump truck the way you write. Come In
Ask the judges of traffic -
visiting Rev. and Mrs. John Mrs. Dorothy( Water spent limited to a personal appearance your As the 790. 1067 Florida of' the 45-1006 abovenamed which are surplus to the and select your favorite ES-
On Thuradlay! evening of Hiskox Suridfty: < and attended NEW ARRIVAL Friday and Saturday In In, answer .to a violation courts. Look at the offic- defendant property and that on need of' the Institution Vehides -, TERBBOOK oiinUlp' pen..
list week a reception waa Church. Mr. and Mrs. William' Mc- Jacksonville with Mr. and and. of course ;you were not ial recoriS.: You will be sur Monday, the Slit day 01'I' \-Institution may motor be Inapeotud pool .between-a-t the TELEGRAPH. -
giren at the by Inanary of Jacksonville are Robinson and prised. wit, 1967 at twelve o'clock HAM. and I m Monday!
parsonage Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs. Bill to blame and the trouble and and tear Noon on aald day on the premInee p.
members of the WSCS honoring tChuckl Moore of Lake City the proud parents '}f their daughter. Friday night the annoyance of personally appearing You scream yourhair of the Bradford County through Friday Bid Forms ,'-

the pastor. Rev John were visiting Mr. and, Mrs. second child and first daughter Robinson family and Mrs. was very Irksome. when refuses your Insurance to renew :ll'"e; : \: for bl i>I erat';,

Hlckox. and Mrs. Hickox, W. F. Moore Monday. Kathy Rebecca born Waters enjoyed a cookout'! at It doesn't occur to :you company oanh In hand, the above deiarlbed -I
who were recently married The farewell party on August 1 at St. Vincent's Trout River that 65,000 people who your polcy or raises the rate. property of said defendant .
mt1, But did know that hereIn to satiety thp AforwiuldKxeoutlon
:you
fetlts tours and punch: were Monday evening for Mrs. Hospital In Jacksonville Pa- Recent visitors of Mrs. death last year in traffic accidents %
I
Florida
companies writing
served to those attending Joyce Futch was a lovely ternal grandparents are Mr. Dorothy Waters were Mr. would have been gladto P. I>. Redcllnh BhorlffBnulferd .

who. $Included the rol'owtnfl I affair and was enJoyed by and Mrs. William Mclnanary. and Roy Waters and familyof appear In your stead if I took insurance on automobiles cent loss > County, ITIorlOn \ .
a seven
from out of town: Mr and her friends Rev E. C. Har- Sr. of Jacksonville and ma- Jacksonville The Waters they could. per
last ? How lonj could
Mrs. B. V. English. :Mr. and 'I vey gave a little service In ternal grandparents; ere Mr. famllly have Just returned You don't know that more year :
Mrs. H. L. :Hickox of Jack- her honor. She lecelved and Mrs. J. C. Nolan of Max- from a vacation to the Great people have been killed in you stay In business $if you
had to operate at a loss?
sonville and Rev. and Mrs. nice gifts. Cake and punch vllle Smoky Mountains. traffic accidents than have
V. J. Ragsdale of Starke. I were served and ever one Mr. and Mrs C. C. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Jlmiiy Hig- been killed In all the wars Whether you realze It. or

CHURCH ACTIVITIES had a wonderful evening. Clung and daughter of Park- Blnbotham and daughter from the American Revolution not every automobile accidentis
YOUR accident. It reflects
:Grace Methodist Sunday I On Friday. August 11. Mr. ersburg, W. Va. spent a two stopped for a. visit here with to Viet Nam. If you havea Itself in higher Insurance I .

School 9:45: a. m., Worship i and Mrs. Leo Dyal attended weeks vacation with their Mr. and Mrs. Buford Hlgrgln- son In the service ba rates whether you were personally : : _
11 a. m. and 8 p. m., Choir graduation at Ft. Eennlnsr son and daughter-in-law. botham enroute to Tucson thankful-for he Istater/ -
Even
Involved
practice 7 p. m., followed! by I Ga. when their son Robert. Mr. and Mrs. Bob McClung.and Ariz. where they will make there than he would be at or nor. ; : .
when is Injured
no one an
M.YF. flnijhedi his basic training. attended the wedc.ing pf their home. They also visited home driving on our high 5
accident result In car
can
First Baptist! Church -1 After the services Robert their granddaughter. Miss overnight in South Carolina ways. ;:.:; '
I damage that runs into hun- I r 5, %
Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship boarded, a plane for Fort Gall McClung. with Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Sch- Accidents you assume, on- If
dreds of dollars. Ask
11 a. m. and 8 p. m., Leonard Wood Mo. where he 'l\rr.and Mrs J. T. Hendry mell and family ly happen to other people .
Federal
and state govern:
Training Union 7 p. in. Midweek will take advanced Infantry and Ira Henry:: of Jacksonville Mrs. Leon Fraser ai\l family but our cemeteries and hOs- ments concerned with the .. :
services \Vedne-xUy 8 training.Mr. were Sunday visitors o? of Jacksonville visited pitals are filled to overflowing Charley r -
slaughter on highways are _
p. m. I and Mrs. J. D. Clark Mr.and Mrs. Avory Slide and Monday of this week; with with poor, dumb souls clamping down with, laws I

Church of Ood Sunday I and daughter Shirley of family. Mrs. Avory Slade an* family. who figured Just as you do. that are going ,to find E.Johns.
;you
School 9:45: a. mh., worship\ Lawtey. Mrs James Hall and Mrand Mrs. Hank Palkerof Oble Taylor of Jacksonville They thought It couldn't:: more and morn irksome and .
11.a. m. and 7:30: p. m.. YTE Mrs. O. J. Sullivan and their Jacksonville were Funday and Mr and Mrs. Vines= Taylor happen to them but it did. tL I, ,
costly It drive Likeit
a car.
Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. Prayer ,children of Ocala spent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harris and famly left Saturday You champion "law and you I
meeting 7:30: p. m. Sunday at Six Gun Territory. Ayer Monday through for a vacation In Mndlson: order" unless It applies: to or not. only: YOU Thinkit can -_i, _...___y_
the situation.
The community was, sad They had a picnic lunch Friday of last week visitorsof Ind. with Mr and Mrs. Tay- you. If you would spend a change About this question I I"rn I

dened by the death of our I along the way. Mr: and Mrs. Ayer were lor's parents. Mr. and Mrs. few days In traffic court :you over. I Refreshing the Nation's EconomyWhat

eldest CTtlaen, Mrs. Easter Mr. and 'Mrs H. E. Priest Mr. AYer's sister. Louise and Harold Taylor. would learn .why .we are but- Mallard'sNew be out hunting soon I k the brewing industry worth to the American ,

.Wilkinson 103 years old. The! and LaMar have returned:, daughters of Dothan. Ala. On Mr. and Mrs. Don Elchel- chering more people
.funeral was held at Long I front their vacation In the son and family: returned highways than Hitler did in me.' This new Home-I annual outlays: in round numbers:

I mountains. Mr. Priest's sister Mr and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse' Sunday after a vacation In his concentration camps. StoreOpen .owners Policy Excise taxes (federal state local). ...$1.4 Billion

r r Mrs. Pauline Francis of Ft. this week. Mrs. Bertha:! Stuc- Cannan N. Y. with Mr. You place the blame on cover theft and damage to I Agricultural purchases (grains, etc.).$215 Million

; Myers. was Sunday overnight ky of Jacksonville spent the I Elchelsor's parents.Mr. "drunken drivers", speed FridayMallard's ", and hunting I Packaging: purchases:

FLORIDATHEATRE visitor. weekend. and Mrs. Ray Pellum crazy drag happy youngsters, my ,guns (wood, paper metal)...........,$550 Million
Joe Ellis who Is stationed Mrs. Settle Miner. Buff and family of Jacksonville and the oldsters who are allowed equipment and also my Salaries and wages. ...............$2.5 BillionON
with 'the Marines in South and David. were Sunday visitors spent Sunlay here with Mrs.F. to drive. They should 5 & 10, Starke's,personal liability for a THESE FOUR ITEMS ALONE-MORETHAN $4 BILUONThe

Carolna, was greeted by his of Mrs. Effie Miner. ". B. Coleman. have their license revoked. newest business enterprise, hunting accident?"

fellow members when he attended Floyd Rosier and family of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. BrownIng How about the Mother will have its Grand Opening Breweries America/ Pump Constant Refreshment

the Methodist Church Winter Garden were weekend of Jacksonville were driving her chldren ti school starting at 9 a. m. Friday. Charley E. Johns Into the American Economic System. .

Sunday. visitors of his parents, Mr. Sunday !visitors of Mr. and who speeds through a school Aug. 18 at its location. 113 UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION,.INC. @I

: Show-time-Weekdays! 7 MAdron Cindy and Vernon and Mrs. James Rosier. Mrs. Buddy Browning and zine plainly marked IP- miles E. Call St. There will be free Agency P.O. BOX 273, WINTER PARK, FLORIDA
Duck and Reggy Norman Steve Starling and family daughter. an hour at 25 or 30 miles? 'Walloons and suckers for the 131 S. Walnut St.
: Sunday 3:00 Saturday I spent a few days In Phoenix. have just received a message Mr. and Mrs. Dan Byrd of !How about the business man, children, and free gifts for I PHONE OS4-5070 h__

: Wed., Thur., Fri., Sat. Ala.Miss from Mitchell Starling that Mayo were recent visitors of with his mind on that extra I all.The
Mary Julia Futch of he was married In Germany Mr. ,and Mrs. J. O. Bell and dollar who runs 13. stop-light owners, Mr. and Mrs.A. .

Aug.1619 Tallahassee was visltlnir her to a German girl on July 12. son And Mr. and MM.: R. L. or Ignores a warning to T. Mallard of Tallahassee,

mother Mrs. Joyce Futch Sp-5 Mitchell Starling Is stationed Harris. yield? If the signs says 30, purchased the bulging:: several II

:double Feature Program and other relatives Saturdayto with the 3rd Arnv"i' DI- Mr. and Mrs. Gene John- you drive!! 40 or SO if It reads I months ago from C. JI. JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY

: .i-They're- going a Tuesday.Rev. vision In Hannis, Germany son and daughters left last 40 :you drive 60 or 70 and I Nasworthy, and completely .
: LaughamlnutelWALT and: Mrs. O. J. Raul- and:* Is due to come hime In Thursday: for a vacation with watch your rear view mirror remodelled it, Installing new
of Orlando are visiting December. father In Naples fixtures merchandise displays -
,erson Mr. Johnson's Instead of the road. in case
r there is a traffic officer be- lighting, etc. APPLIANCESAppliances MOBILE HOMES-USED .PHOTOGRAPHER
Franklin H1gglnbo ham of hind you. I The merchandise was displayed I!

I St. Petersburg visited Thurs- You may not realize it, and laid out by Mrs. Color TV -
I (
with Mr and nice Eunice Coleman. who has Stereo BARNETT'S
day afternoon but people like you.I Magnavox -
Mrs. Doss Hlgglnbotham en- good drivers smart cookies, been manager of the Mallard Zenith Motorola J. & J. Swap Shop

301 DriveInSHOW route to his home from who know better, are Involved store in Green Cove Springsfor General Electric I. Commercial and Portrait.
///I/ [ J Jacksonville.Mrs. in more accidents han all 19 years. "You Oet A Good Deal At- USED TRAILFRS I, Photography
Hlgglnbotham Besides the Starke and .
Frames
Das &
; : Custom FramingI
Green Cove stores thi Mal- Campers from 8' 20'
weekend In Jack-
BEGINS AT SUNDOWN spent the
Cheryl and Jeffery North returned similar storesIn I
USB
lards also own Blandlng Blvd.
son-in-law
with her MILLERfillO Mobile Homes 32' 55'Trades
sonville -
ADMISSION. : Adults /Sc, Students", 60c daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Monday after several Keystone Heights and F. O. Jacksonville 384-1464;
Children Under 12 Free and days In Virginia Beach Va. Monticello. They invite the: Bank Financing
: DISHEY Arthur Carter. entered with Mr. and Mrs. Russell public to attend the grand .1,.. II.e.t,...._ '00"

Raymond. ,. Kilgore Tobias.Mr. .Ttu-knunvlll, llgwy. :21, Orange Park
Thursday, Friday, Saturday Aug. 17, 18,19 the Naval Air Station :Hospital and Mrs. Gary Ben- opening and take advantage. PIANOS
of the opening specialson
Sundayfor many Tel. 204-6324
in Jacksonville nion of Decatur, Ill. arrived display. Auto Sales & Service
:
treatment. Saturday for several days visit -
3 BIG HITSNO.
j )frs. James Strickland and with Mr. and Mrs. John I LANDROVER For Mu.lral AdviceC.
family' left last week for her North. NO'IICR nV' MIIKIIIFK'M: HAM]' MOTORCYCLESHONDA
home in Hampton, Ark. aftera Notice l Is. hereby, .,)Iv.n that I. I CARTER NICE
1 I Cuyler, Mark Glenn and P. I>. nmlJInh, Sheriff of' Brad I
10 day vllst here with her ford CtMinty, Florida under The World' Finest In
amela Wilkinson of Jack-
: Technicolor'J'LUS parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doss "tuid by virtue, of Writ of Kxetutl 4 Wheel Prlve -'"
_-.---.-.--- Hlgglnbotham.: sonville spent several days "n tu Wit, Sold and "Scrvlvid! by o ta' ...",
last week with their grandparents Kxerntlnn l.,,ued out .o-f' Circuit
: 'Wel-I. 8.Jd bf '
Mrs. John North, Mrs. liotart Chevrolet : \
Court of Duval County. Florida "
with DOhNl. Mr. and Mrs. Drew ,. -
$ Dave Coverdale and son, and I pursuant to a Kltml Judgment Green Cove Spring, 8013 91OTOIICYJOLRS
ci ,1Mt<< JlS Wilkinson. for Oenernl Guaranty Iiiuur- Jacksonville 261-0000 established 1948

/,_ LuC11WT !tt I ALL MODELS Chickering &:

;, i TeCHNICOI..ORe A UMVtnSAL PCIUfll I"WIRONAuiT JEEP Other Name Brands
I Merchants Green Stamp< PIANOS "- CONN ORGANS

Oldsmobiles Vehicles 2631 Park Jacksonville 388-8910

NO.2Iii Jeep Wagonn-r Station Open 8 A.M. 1 P.M.
I Wagon

.I Jeep. I'nlveraal.. I Tuea., Wed., Thurs., Fri.
YtIIrII! ..CDLD ) -T.e Culp.,.,.... 6 C.Ihoun.ar./ of it..gIiwu .) Jeep Gladiator Truck PICTURE FRAMES
: A UNIVERSAL PICTURE w "< >e."*T*..> .> Authorised: Service Open Sat. 8 A.M. 6 P.1\1.

F UD below$2920? .) Approved Part .
; Sun., Mon., Tues. : FORTY ICRE .I 4 Wheel Drive 2 Whr,"l Closed Sunday &: :Monday

Aug. 20, 21, 22 c........ Drive SPILLERS'GALLERY

EDDIE BLAND MOTORS CYCLES

Fourteen Famous NO. 3 )
SwInger I MOTORS Inc. 4949 BlendIng Blvd.

: five you the do's and don'ts for th 655V.: ADAMSJACKSONVILLE, Jacksonville 771-8211: Picture Framing Oil

,\man with a roving eye and the urgr The explosive story of a guy with a guitar...and GUTS! That was before JM4-77M' Painting Unframed. Graphic Pictures Art


: ttostray! Parrish Motors

MUSIC 1043 Park St.-.In Five Points


SERVICE!'IAI.F.R' ._ ,Jax 353-8531

.lc\v; the sale. PARTS! _ Paulus Music Co.

SEWING CENTER

32 Years As A ,Dealer Band &: String Instruments .

I Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed. Aug. 20, 21, 22, 23 Always Good Used Care
921 Lauri St. Jiwk.onvllle Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers H.&N.

.'\. .... .. .Phone SIIR-twl
School SuppUIn.truction SEWING CENTER:
I; BEAUTY ACADEIY.American:\
. I AWARDED-BEST FILM OF THE YEARl' Roberts Recorders

i COPfNHAGIN FILM HtTtVAl/ _ 1967 Singer
Music brary-Expert
\ "A STARTLING, HANK EXPOSURE Of Hairstyling Auto Zig Zag
MORALS In a week.end of love and passion.4'I. ." .. Repair Department

I I .- y. Post _ _ Academy
I WHAT 21 W. !MONROSJACKSONVILLE !: 41 W. Monroe St. Like New .
-
A 3550391Riverside ,
;;'WAIT 1 3 ROEir.T'MJHTHAU WEEKEND I IDANSZN _ Jacksonville 333-8447 Console Model makes fancy de

/' 8310 Beach BKd. lips, stitches, monogfuot*,
: MOUSE :
/ _
overcasts, sews on button
< NEER STEVENS onor tit Jacksonville 808-3091
.',INC.- 1, HairstylingAcademy make button holes & Wind ,
: FRiuMCCAIZTIIY. Utchea. ., .
( -N. r.NewtACINCMAVIDCO ,No attachments _
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: IARLOFF.FR 2639 PARK ST., Demonstrators $64 or $8 ;per
PJNAVISIOH COLOR tyOtlUXE ""NATIONAL A.4. ADUITSXHMIVM _ JACKSONVILLE 388-8537 mo. Call Jax 771-1830:
OPTICIAN
A lUST CMHISTf' NMN rradvcUwt ...d.d b.1W." Schmidt ONLY
I
1 Accredited II. &;*(T. Sawing Ctr.
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1f ': Qualified Instructors
f PLUSTAKEN Shrewd move, 'waiting until now. Our annual Year End Sale Is going Modern' Styling -

.Wed. Thur.-Aug. 23, 24 full bore. You get extra savings on every young-spinted '67 Olds in _______________ Monthly Gasses
stock. Extra savings on front-wheel-drive Toronados. Extra savings ""'here tomorrow's stylists. WESTERN STORE

.FROM TRUE LIFE' on beautifully engineered Olds Ninety-Eights and 88s. Extra savings I,. are tralneU"

\ THE PEOPLE REALTHE on the value-packed VistarCruiser, Cutlass and F-83. Just visit the __ rES.SIOl QPTICAI'"'

TREATMENT INHUMAN f''Z biggest Y.E.S.-man in the business-your Oldsmobile Dealer-.today. I ELECTRIC MOTORS COMPANYPrescriptions LITTLEDUDEWestern,

Go Oldsmobile at'your nearest" ea( 'transportation center' j Peavy Brothers C Filled Store


) I.laM I II ELECTRIC Electric IUOTOR9SoldServtcedRepaJred Co. Broken Lenses Duplicated "Wber. Tou'll For the Find Horse Everything -


S Artificial, EyesEyewear Enthualatt"Western
AXONi..J\ ,I"'oe: OeneratorsSUrt
NTIO0UCINO ShARON$ \ Alterations C. Clothing .J.eat.ber-
4 C'suNo5iaIl.'.- Specialists &ood., Saddles and Trailer

i .= BALDWIN CHEVROLET Inc. Armature 4044 Leivyx Rewinding Ave.. 418 Laura St Jax& _338-5M3 Charles.& Sharon.Petty
BOa So. Edgewood Are
Jacksonville 387-2 28 10S4 Park St. Jax
_ _ 301 North Phone 961-7500 :334-3618 JacluomrlUa 8841410A"K .

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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I IThursdayl at 3 p. m. at the I I! FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

I Philadelphia Baptist Church STARKE

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY in Waldo. All members and
Sunday Sunday School ; :
I friends are invited to attend. Z = < Ara y % F
> 'X. % k IbrSfs ,
9-45: a. m. Morning Worship 1 y; e:?>, ;.ts$ySatJ
Ronald Strong reporter.
11 a. m. Sermon: "Come unto
(President Mrs. Z. P. Jennings MT\ MOR1AH Methodist rest."
me and I will give' you
I ; 2nd Vice President Church Rev H. P. Hudson Training Union 6:15.: Even-

,' Mrs. Ruth Holland: Secretary pastor. Sunday School 9:30: Worship. 7:30.: Sermon: "But'

Mrs. Annie Bell Anderson a. m. with Rev. Mrs. Essie I unto "
say: you. -
; Treasurer, Mr*. Corlne Holland in charge assistedby Monday R. A.. 6:30: p. := '
McNeil; Chaplain. Mrs. Sophia Miss Frankle Lee Jackson ; /
m. Youth Choir 7 p. m. ,
Royal; Sergeant-at- and Miss Carolyn Taylor Wednesday Prayer Meeting -

Arms Mrs. Annie Jane Dell. MYF meeting at 5 p. m. with 7:30: p. m. Church Choir ". -, '"= .- .. ,. I''. II.
The Installing officers were Mrs. Ethel B. Singleton Hallas
:
Mrs. Betty Brown District counselor: Youths come 8:15.Thursday
-Visitation Day BOAT DRAINPTIST UFORD BAPTIST NORTIISIDE BAPTIST C.RAHVM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAfllSTCHURCH
President:! ; Miss Mary Jane amyl::!! bring another. Nelson I
I 10 a. m. and 7 p m.W. CHURCH CHURjCH
Scoref leld. Sergeant-Arms Ohent is In a Lake City | CHURCH CHURCH
A. Hogan, pastor.
and Junior member of New- hospital convalescing from a Sunday School 10:00: a. m.. Schedule of services: Sunday Schedule of services: Sunday Sunday School 10 a. m.

berry unit. Other visiting stroke. His condition Is Im FIRST METHODIST Morning Worship 11:00: a. School 10 am. Worship 11 School 9:45: a. m. Morning Morning Worship, 11 a. m- Sunday School 10 a. m.

! IL.q. guests were Past District proving. CHURCH. STARKE m.. Training Union 7:00: p. a.m. and 7:30: pm. Training Worship, 10:45: .. m. and 7 p. m.-Rev. .Leland A. Morning, Worship 11 a. m.;

I President and Area President PLEASANT GROVE Meth- m., Evening Worship 8:00: p. Union 6.30: p.m. Rev. Jack Training Union 6.45: p. m. Baker pastor. Evening Worship 8 p. m.

, Mrs. Olivia Gray, whoIs odist Church. Church School, Sunday Church School m. Stolte pastor. Evening. Service 7:45.: Mid- Thursday Visitation. 10 Prayer Meeting Wednesday
I also member tf the 9:45 MorningWor meeting Wed. 7:30 Week Prayer Service Wednesday 8 p. m. Sing each Friday at 8
II a 10 a. m. with Supt. Leo De- : a. m.; Prayer : a, m and 7 m.
p.
I New'berry Unit; and the DIs- Sue In charge. Morning: Ser ship 11 a. m.; Evening Worship p. m. -Rev. Virgil Lovett. CHURCH OF GOD 7:45: p. m p. m.. Rev. Harvey Lane pator. *-

trict Commander Mr. Brown. vice 11 a. m. Evening Service 8 p. m. !Fastior. 422 N. St. ClaIr St.. Starke. NEW RIVER BAPTIST
ta ; The new president was 4 p. m. Visitors alwayswecome.Rev. Monday' Men's Cub. 7 Sunday School 10 a. m. SMYRNA MISSIONARY

'presented the gavel )ty the H. P. Hudson p. BAYLESS HIGHWAY Worship Services 11 BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School, 10 a. m. BROOKER BAPTIST
District President Betty nas tor. m.Wednesday Bible Study BAPTIST CIIURCII ain 633 W. Pratt' St. Sunday Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.

Brown who further explained BETHLEHEM Free Wlil and Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. and 7:30: p m. YPE Wednesday services: Sunday School, 10>> Training Union 7 p. m. Eve- Morning Worship 11 fe. m.;
duties to the unit community Sunday School. 10 a. m.; ( 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meet- ning Training Union 6:30: p. .m.
her Baptist Church, Rev. Louis a m. Preaching 11 a. m. Worship, 8 p. m.
state and nation.In I McKay pastor m.Thursday Chftnrel Choir Morning Worship service 11 Ing, Friday 7M:: p. m.-Rev. Wednesday night service Evening i Worship. 7:3(1: (
Monday Training Union. 6:1S: m.
p
-....- FIN her acceptance address night Choir No. 3 and Ush- Rehearsal 7:30: p. m. ,'a. m.. Training Union 6:30: L. S. Williams pastor Even''f11r Worship 7pm- 7:30: p m. Everyone welcome.L. Prayer Meeting Wednesday

THE SERVICE the incoming president, Mrs. ers Board No. 2 will lehearse p. m.$; Evening Worship, 7:30p. : Everyone welcome .- Elder I.. Parker, pastor. 7:30.: Vernon N. Williamson
KINGSLEY LAKE
M. .
MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL pastor.
Pvt.: Earl L. McQlnnls. son Chandler expressed apprec- at 7:30.: Tuesday night Choir Wed. 7:30p. T. C- Williams pastor
Prayer Meeting :
iation to members of the BAPTIST CHUKCI CHURCH OF CHRIST
of Mrs. Wlllobie McGinnIs of No.1 and 2 rehearse at 5 p.
Sunday' School 9:45: a. m. m.; O. A. Meeting. Wed., IIEILBRONN BAPTIST
Auxiliary for electing her as m. Wednesday night Prayer FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
Brooker has completed nine and outlined Morning Worship 11 a m. 7:30: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal, Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Sunday: Bible Study 10 Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Unit President Meeting. Thursday night La-
weeks Fort" of Cordon advanced, Oa. His trainingat last her goals for progress in the dies Circle wUl meet at home Training Union 6:15.: Even- Wed. 7:30: p. m.; Brotherhood Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sunday School. B.4S: a. fc. a. m.; Morning Worship and Morning. Worship 11 a. m.
,
tog 7:30 meeting last MondayIn Training Union fl5 R. Communion Service 11 .. m.
week of training was spent future. The District Com of Mrs. Daniels. Friday night Worship. : : p. Morning Worship 11 a. Training Union 8:30: p. m.
: WednesdayPrayer Meeting each month. :Rev. David Evening Worship 7:30: m Evening services 6:30.:
p. Youth m'l Evening Service 7-30 Midweek
In. guerilla warfare exercises. mander gave encouraging Prayer Band will ntett at Fellowship 6 p. : ,
During his guerilla training words and commended the' home of Mrs. Sarah Princeon 7:30.: Medelroa, pastor. Midweek Prayer Service Choir Practice) Wednesday Worship service 'Prayer/ Service, 7-00:

he lived under,simulated unit on being so well organized Old North Lawtey Road. Bob L. Cooper pastor HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday 7-30: p. m. Rev.I/8 pm. 7 p. m. Minister Jack: P. p m. Wednesday. Troy

Vietnam conditions for five and alive with the Am- Saturday night the Ushers Jim Rlgdon. pastor. Come let Rev.. Robert I). Wadneadll1'l) bell.: Johnson> pastor
days fighting off night attacks erican spirit. Board will sell dinners In the [highway 100 at Thcrtwm \\8 worship together.

and conducting raidson After the Installation ceremony kitchen. Sunday School 9:30a. : hold his last Quarterly Con- Banday School 10 a. m. _._

"enemy" villages. He was there was recreationfor m. Worship Services 11 a. ference at 11 a. m. Sunday Memlng Worship-11 a. m

taught methods of removing everyone old and young m. and 3 p. m. The pastor Aug. 27. Duel Day will be. observed Training Union-7:00: p. m.

booby traps setting ambushes and a delicious supper was officers and members will Sunday Sept 10. Evening Worship 745p : An investment in Your Future

and avoiding enemy: at- served. render service for Rev. Alfonso Morning speaker will be Mrs. m _
tacks. CHURCH NEWSEBENEZER Jenkins at Melrose. E. J. Walker. The 3 p. m. Wednesday Night Prayer

SCHOOL NEWSPreplanning BAPTIST The motorcade will leave the speaker wUl be Mrs. L. M. Services 7:30: p. m. Rev.

bells will ring Church: Sunday School church at 2 p. m. Evening:: Royal. Merle Packham pastor AiVEmlJ CUmaH mJ

In Bradford County t..t 8 a. 10:30: m. Morning Worship, Service 6 p. m. YOUTH DAY OBSERVED

m. Monday to start two 11:30.: Evening Service 6::30.I Everyone is asked to please The Youth Department of DEDAN BAPTIST [Breaker 4eaY.pghsaa tt list /g.tars Y r

'weeks of preparation by The Primary Sunday: School remember the services that Philadelphia Missionary Bap- Sunday Services: Sunday

teachers. Bells will ting for I was honored with a weiner youth of Bethlehem are tist Church of Lawtey will School, 9:45: a. m. Morning

the students on September roast on August 13 for participation ready and willing to give to observe Annual Youth Day Worship, 11 a. m. Training :. 1ii1: : +{ { ,.!1ill1W: ;':: ::$;:(:tit(;(;;:;;}:}:;:.r,:::.Sysfi::;:: ::::!:%:.) :w.x'xGi; :, ::::{S i:?<'::it: }'WX21.1'i: ::: : ::;; : ::-;::: ::;}&K.y., *
5at8am. : In various activities. help beautify the church. If on Sunday, Aug. 20. with I Union 0:30: p. m. Evening ?

AMERICAN LEGIONINSTALLATION The officers were grateful to you use the service the mon- Sunday School at 10 a. m. Servloe, 7:30.: Wednesday .., Kv
the for their Morning Service 11:15 with I 7.30 : ....-. ..,
parents cooperation ey does not go to the Indivi- : Prayer Meeting, : p. m lci' ;;-" ._, "
The following officers were and hope it will continue Miss Owendolyn Jordan as Rev. Leroy Olive Pastor 1 <. : '
duals-It goes to the church. r ... .. > P'
Installed for the year 1967- They have made great pro- guest speaker evening Worship /:: '", ;{ ,
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68: President.. Mrs. Altamaese Choir No. 1 will participateIn gress In their efforts. For Information 7:15.: very brief with a NORTHSIDE BAPTIST <::;:: N E G L LECT 'rl1(;, t.l" ;,,.4. ',.j ;
panel discussion the sub- t.:: ( :h" J tt'
Chandler; .eat! Vice the Choir Union tonightDon't I contact Deacon on Located on Bayiess ngv! <.: ,', ....j4 ..

_. Prince on Old Lawtey Road ject of "Christian Growth" way [SR 2251 at Ralford Roal i: r _. ..., ,:"',;. I-\\, 'f"F
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Growth. in
I phone 954-5136. iversus Physical [SR 16]. Services: Hund J ;:,:.: \,," ,: .' _
lieu of Sunday activities. ', <;; < "'I" .
Get Carried MT. ZION AME Church School. 10 a. m. Sunday'
Away Services will be held at 8 rF J .
p. ,
Lawtey: Rev: S. J. McKnlght 18 with !Morning Worship. 11 a, m I >....> .....-...-.. :--:-""""" ?'*.'..........".""""...'''->>;""}_yvnvcaovof' r) as: 1 ". !
pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m. Friday. Aug. Training Union 6:30: p. m 8oi" ;;,; ;;;;;:i;;;<:;:;::; :;.;;<; :;:;<.;<:;F9Sissck: :: : ';;:;;:;;: : : ::xssw:::;::; *:$i.;or.cwtw.rr.;; ::;: ::<:;::;.:::;:::;:' ? t .< 1. "
Rev. Thomas, Hill as guest '
.. m. with Miss Houston superintendent minister. Church of FirstBorn Evening Service 7::30. Mid I e i"Thl.

A, In charge. visiting choir. Week Prayer Service. Wednesday highway began to decay the day j
.... Homecoming will be observed 7:30.: -Rev. Olena LAW.
.u+ .
We are extending an Invi that it ceased to be used and repaired'
:: all day Sunday, with a num- hon. pastor. '.. '
tation to each of and a .
you Deterioration ten in with the ,.rv : i
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ber of quartets appearing.The special invitation to the' s" ? F,, p

public is Invited. Youth Department of our PINE LEVEL BAPTIST onset of neglect. When a nation' !f'fll a'

FOR FREE ESTIMATE MT. PTSOAH AME Church. neighboring churches. piritual life It neglecled'f"
Sunday School 10 a. m ",, ..
CALL 964-5745, Sunday Morning School.Worship 10 at a. 11.m. Rev.GREATER W. D. Dennis ALLEN pastor.Chapel Morn1nco'orsh1p'\ 11 a. B t there i le a possibility I t that.v "c"s' ;-.,''. .1I.i'f- : .f;.".;t.,t

Pre-6ervlo [Booster :b&n<, nation will not long :
Evening Service 6 p. m. The AME Church, Rev. L. A. -:: .e

Florida- Pest Control and pastor officers and mem- Sampson pastor Sunday Young People and Pray Let u* trengthen[ our ".. .. t "" :"' 4
Service] 9 .
bers were grateful to have p. nx Evenlf1tl I -c: '' .""JUI"- ..
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School 10 a. m. with Mrs. F. 'nation and our society by ,,\ "!F-P W' L.-:4.
7 Midweek
Worship m. .. _
Rev. Ulysses Clark and con- p ',1+ _,
Del. stre In Morn < .
B charge. Service Wednesday, 7:30: pm attending church regularly/ y. rl ..... ... ....
gregation from White !.
ing Service. 11 a. m. At 3 p :liI> .... "' ...1.-,1'" 4i: Chemical Co. Springs to render services last m. the Choir Union will be tor..-Rev. D..1. Ramsey, pas and reaffirming our ( t ..',r;;., J., '''r I','' ".1r.. ';"':"I, ::10.e,' )'."' --:-_-:- ..t.,....T. .. ..9
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"' Sunday at 3 p m. Rev. W. P. held at Hope Well. Evening faith In God I '. .. ", : -:
539 E. Call St. Jenkins Presiding Elder of Service 8 p. m. ) '\, .' } .. i. ;... ;;1
the Lake City District will BETEL BAPTIST CIIURCP "And l let l ui consider I ,, 1 :' '. '
Annual Women's Day pro- :::: "
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gram will terminate Sunday Sunday School 10 a. m one another to proooke unto' t; <..... .! .:Ji ;,I. j'r,. :.. --, IUd .?;pt ; "I
27. The 11 m. speaker .' {" ) #.(/ "1f':' .1 .. .. .5' ,, .'. .. '-..:,; ;;-N. i
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., Morning Worship. 11 a. m hue and 'to good works" I; ifi'. 1 ,Nk : .J ." .._ ... ,.
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will be Miss T. E. West Evening Worship, 7:30: >> m 'I' 'It' ,. I
:,:. Jacksonville. The 3 p m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.p. m Not forsaking the attembtinp \.',.._,'I>..". ( ., ,rf..'," .' ; .::r-.;:;....,'w
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.p.... speaker will be Mrs Bonnie Wednesday. Rev W. I of ourselves/ together at ',':'' t,:', '.,, ;" ;." ... "'.."..; .

., Collns of Jacksonville. Mrs. I Newmans paster. I the manner of/ tome I., : : : ::? .' ...,.);...l', ./' ', '&.. .. :
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'='"'" 1h i if Bessie Lee chairman is asking .' > .
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all captains to please see CALVARY BAPTIST I I ..' t ...
each member and remind I"nd. much the more, s A" .. 1.
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Sunday School. 10 .. m f : "" 'j' ", 4 i
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their
them of obligations at ye tee the day approach n '
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making this activity a suc- Morning' Worship, ,11 a. m j i ", :.j., ;'R;: ; :' '" .' :e
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cess.Mrs. asks Evening Service 7:30.: Prayer I '-\1\\ '' .:..:.'1 .Iw
Thomas DeS>ae Meeting : JgZS&KSZSZIThotlii : ;:;;:::''!'' : sxL'oi6tia'svsrw.aaR2a; ;mn'i'}7 colw} m; ,:,?. : ...
all members of her club to Wednesday, 7:30: i=;wGxhxxtFSadx: ;; : +iti:; k'< xpfI

cooperate with the dinners p. m.-Rev. R. H. Butler 1m 1 "
being held) at the parsonage pastor. 1 . f;: .foi mm Mid ol Ml donmnd. ,I.,man lo taped. ."lo Idol lava br toting" ftll mlolibor" Without, >* I)

Saturday.' Orders may be MADISON : Itiil' t>oundln| In 'tlio hoed Gad lie tov.fnm... .r or taker er ear st> I'1'' *,* hoe. : ? i:
placed with the following STREET.BAPTIST I :::1 posses, end. HM hoidomi. whKh bold H den nil, Inoillooly. eoilin. Thvoloio, no .:: ;

members: Mr$. Floss'e!' Lee PHURCH ,hen a MlflUi. oelnl' ol, >lo., ono ,hued, weport, the' (hwih ,In Iho who. ol .*. Mllonhlmull :

Mitchell. 964-7235: Mrs. Hilda Opportunities fur service: i%: ef> ond. hH ....11'. aped Idol' : .......,, way ojrwn should uphold ond .or.tkleoio Id:?:

Bell Morris 064-S535; or Sunday Sunday School, f'j:: ki Iho hutch. botouw. 1 hilt Iho Ifulh oboul' man. 'i lilt, dash ond /taHnm.. !tie OI :::

Mrs. Theressa DeSue. >:45 a.m. (Morning Worship, : lieu which' Dies. dill lot .Mm If*to liro Ol a mild ol God -.L ,.. / ::1
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CHURCH OF OOD In 11 ajn. Training Union, 6:15.: : .. .?i;::
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Christ Elder D. R. Williams WMU Prayer Circle 7:15: _;;"'nri:4xfx4x4iN.vf"::::!: : ; : '. ,KAk'Of':cmr: :;};m N.vitsSYFnALwGC:.;: wtFY::::fKFX'4K9YFWirAS.'; ;ftitiAtr G.dhW'Ai: _'' ">:,mtJ.W1': ;, .4Gt7C

pastor Pastoral Day will be Evening Worship, 7:30.:

held Sunday starting with Wednesday Prayer anti' ,
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,w Sunday School at 10 a. m.: Praise Service 7::30 p.m.

Bro.con Dewey Tom'Taylor Hall In and charge.Dea- Church Thursday Choir-Practice Visitation 8:30'1: Feature Published in the: Interest of a Better Community by, the Following

Morning Service. 11:30: a. p.m Civic-Minded Business Firms

m. YPWW at 6 p m. with I --! _. .
the president. 81s. Shirley FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD .... ,

I Marks In charge. Evening OF STARKE FAULKNER STARKE BUILDERS
i r p t ef Worship 7:80.: Everyone! cor- Edwards Grocery &. .
SINCLAIR:
p. dially invited. The pastor West Weldon st and Rai- I SERVICE

t131tsl ilflfitillHl2i. and members along with the ford Road. MkteGrocerfesMeatsFeea SUPPLIES, Inc.

[ family of the late Ike Jones Sunday ,Services: 10:00: am., U-HAUL RENTALS

are grateful to their many Sundayi School; 11:00': a.m. *"'Truck Trailer Featuring Ace Hardware
: -
,.. I friends who were so kind and Morning Worship; 6:30: pm. I Gas & Oil Complete Paint Supplleoiand
'helpful to them during\ their C. A. Services; 7:30: pm, Complete Lubrication Sporting! Good

hours of bereavement. Evangelistic Services. : Minor\ Tune-upa Ph. 964-5312 Starke, Fla.t "OImpE' WITH us FIRST"
Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. MidWeek -
f' Prayer Meeting Zl. \\Wanhlncton. 64-5370:
709 S.,Walnut Ph. 964-5899 o e e

DISCOVER tho convenience of a IN THE. CIRCUIT COtTRT OJ'aRADFORn Pastor: Rev. George Green, -t
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COUNTY,
FT.OR1DA. DOYLE CONNER t.OF Lawson Meat MarketAND
No-Frost Electric CAMP: NO. US
...... RefMgeratorFreezeiModern MARY ELIZA wrH WItiI3 i AIRPARK BAPTIST Insurance AgencySAV.E STAHKE.: INC. COLD STORAGEWe
also known an MARY I
"_ "" IJ'.h __- ELIZABETH WItCOX: Sunday. School 10 a. m. UJ3. 301 NORTHPh. Specialize: In Custom slaughter

Plaintiff. Morning Worship. 11 : Ing Cutting .* WrappIDc-
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a. m.
design adds up to 50% more storage space inside, without adding vu.B ,
O. WIIAIS.Defendant. Training Union. 7 p. m. Evening I With Your Mutual Agent 964-7600 Starke, Fla. Prepared For Deep no-
freezer and refrigerator .
inches outside. Larger zero-cold comportment spacious Service, 8
p.
section piovide ample room for money-saving food "specials." !NOTK] OF BriT PHONE 964-7039
222 N.
Temple Ph.
TO: R. O.. WILLIS. Lacy Conway. pastor.. 964-7369
Messy defrosting is ended forever. Whose. rooldenc I. unknown m-Rev'j Sinclair Refining Co.

Compare a new No-Frost Refrigerator-Freezer with your present re You ire, hereby notified that REVIVAL Starke "66" Service \V.. L. Jbomiuov DUtrlbittor DeWITT C. JONES
'. frigerator. There'i a world of difference an action for divorce has been AT EVERGREEN BAPTIST
the models home freezers too) at appliance dealer. filed again. you and you are BILL EDWARDSBrake OASOI-I.VKS KKKOSENH: FUNERAL HOMES
Get new now ( your
hereby required to serve a copy Revival services will start Fuel Oil and Gr oueoi"Ph.
I Starke Ph. 964.6200
of your written defon.ee to It, -
'1 at Evergreen Baptist Church, I e
f't If any. on Th.ron A. Yawn Jr., Service-Wheel Balance tt0482t6Bradford &
Plaintiff'. Attorney, who. ad- west of Lawtey Monday Keystone; Height .
..* la Bradford County CourtHouse night Aug. 21, at 8 clock, and Alignment ..
Starke Florida and file Ph. 473-3176
THERE'S NO MATCH FOR '.. the original with the Clerk of and continue at the same County : ..
: [I" 1 FLAMELESS ELECTRIC... [ I the above) .tyl..d Court on orbefore time dally through the 27th. 612 N. Temple. 964-7231 TELEGRAPHTYPEWRITERS ,.
August 31, 1997. other-
,
A oioxn Dr..k won the put. ;1' wla. a judgment may be entered Rev. Vernon Johns of .

------ aa-alnat you for the relief Jacksonville will be the ,i Charley E. Johns Hurst Shell]] Service
demanded In the) complaint. evangelist' and there will be ,
'I and the '
WITNESS hind
FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY Peal. of said my Court at Starke. special singing every night. : Agency New & USed
Florida thla Und day of July The FOR SALE OR RENT
pastor Re/ Walter CARL HURST
HELPING tUILO FLORIDA
'I'a.$' ass?. II 131 .. Walnut Ph. 964-6070
CHARLES A. DARBY. Mathls extends a cordial Invitation I GENERAL INJ'URANc.J ELECTRIC!
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to
Clerk of Bald Court the congregationand '
Reulah hMoody Ireneral'pUbllo to attend Nobody But Nobody tTndenettoIB. ADDING MACHINES Hwy. !SOI)) & 100 Ph. 964-9111 t

D.puty Clerk 7/2T 4t 1/17 all services during the week"j'I ( .,y IB. Johnoi. Agenev Phone 964.6305 ti03 8. Walm* StarkeTIiURRIAY










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JUNE PEAS . 294 4(2( LIQUID DETERGENT 83* 21t CUT ASPARAGUS 37* 2tt TEA BAGS . 23* 24
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SAUER KRAUT 211No 21t CHERRY PIE MIX 47* 24 LIMA BEANS . 29* 2tt TEA BAGS. . 1.1S 44
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PURINA DOG FOOD $3.23 16* JUICE 35* 4d VINEGAR 41* 4Gt PEARS 29* 24
25-lb. JIM DANDY OR FIELD & FARM 12z. THRIFTY MAID 2o-o. HUNT'STOMATO No. 303 Can LIBBY OR DEL MONTE
DOG MEAL . $2.39 10 6J:/ -oz PLANTERSCOCKTAIL !12oz. LIBBY'SCORNED 14-oz. HUNT'S. DEL MONTE OR STOKELY
PEANUTS 35* 41t BEEF . 59rt 44 TOMATO CATSUP 25* 24 COLONIAL SUGAR 49* lOc:
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2 Pk. LIBBY'S JUMBO ROLL ARROW 5.Ib. GOLD MEDAL OR
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JIM DANDY 24-oz. FRENCH'S PREPARED 10-oz. POP UP "409" SPRAY T
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18oz. KRAFT i 14oz. LLOGG'S 5-Ot. CARNATION INSTANT 28-oz. PARSONS
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from T. C. Watson from all others. Social .security can I salt haa boon filed acmnat you Noncn' or ncHirr'Notlca : aALr: No. C5HS7B10331B Tan NO., Notice la hereby gIven tliul
I Household Workers Advised To Give comes mean a money loss t() and BRADY EDWARD Mc- Is h.r.by given that I. 46CV-ITI the nnderelirowl. iiiulwi,r 'the pros"
I Jr. Social Securlb Field Representative benefit payment arc( him and his family at a time l.KOD. unmairled., In the abo-ve. P D. Reddish 8h,rirr of I AJ the property of the above visions of Chapter Zll.lim. Lawn
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Social Security Number To Employer in Starke. based on earnIngs. If a.workel"s when It may bo needs most entitled cause. : and th..t you are 'adfurd County FlorMa. ,, named def ndunt and that on lit 'lorl"lAo',*, Id l"1"l'k> 1041 ut. will IliuC'lriillt
virtue of Writ of Monday. the lint day of August roRlnlnr with the
hereby required to Ida your under and by
Watson points ou1that social secmli:' Household work 1 Is covered answer with the Clerk of thl. Kxacutlon, to Wit: 19117>>( at twelve o'clock ('uur!, In .and for Uiud-,.
"Houichol workers who: all ol,' the social security! pay- the social security account ber Is missing from the num'-I by social security If the employee Court and to nerve a copy Kxnoutlon, |.au.d out of Small Noon on said day on the promlaaa f..r fad to -tIle their social I menturlty which be due I number is the to the filed on his behalf Is 0 thereof upon the plaintiff or Claims Court ul Bradford County f of the Bradford County celpt of proof of publication ofthla
sec- s may "key" Ings( report paid as little as $' plaintiff. attorneys. i..hn". Florida pursuant to'' a Final Jail I will offer for Hula and notice, the fictitious nam
I numbers to their emwhen the time comes! to I worker's social security! account by his employer. le gets cash wages In a calendar. name and address. lal: DANIEL, Judgment for H M. Lewis sell to the highest bidder for of City Barber. Shop umlor
pjoyers may loose a part or claim them. This warning I It Identifies his record no credit for his wages That' quarter by. ono employee. MITCHELL! iUUOINB, 61)0 Atlantic Timber Company Stark", Florida cash In hand the. above described which I 107 am E.engaged Cull".'' Ut,In Htarki bual-. ,
I I -- National. .ttMiiK.. lAuiium. and against Fonao Thomas, property ofd def.ndant ness at :
.. The employer Is required toreport Jacksonville.. Florida not later d defendant In the amount of to satisfy the aforesaid FlH;
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these earnings to the than August 81 A.D. 19671C "00.00. together with costs of Execution Carina Johnson Route. 1Dox I,
1 you fall to do no, default/ collection P. D. Reddish Sheriff 85, Luwtoy. Flu 3.irS! .
Internal
Revenue for
I Service will be. entered agalnet. you for I II Have seined and have In my Bradford County. Florida sole owner.
Social Security purposes the relief demanded In the Complaint poanaaBton. the following deacrlbed T/2T .t 8/17 Dated this 3rd day of August -
"The worker should make I personal property. to A.D.. 1HH7 at !Starko.:
The nature of laid. suit being Wit: Aoricn'' 01"" i: TR'M'riov' TO Bradford County Flmldu
sure that his employer has for the foreclosure of the mortgage 1K87 Chevrolet T('uck. ID RBOftfTUH: KIITITIOUI 8/J: 4t 8/24
YOUR 75th his social security number encumbering. the propertyeevrllied NAME

The bent! plan la for him to Lot aa Fifteen followH., :Stork One, -

.Rive this number to hi*, employer HAKATOUA HB1UHTS, Unit
a\ \ the first day he goes One auoordlnir. to plat
SATISFACTIONNNIVflnSlUV I lh..rnof recorded I In Plat
i I to )work says.on a new Job" Watson Hook record.SI, Pane. 84 of of BradfordCounty. the public Banking by mail !

Florida,
I #.92 I; If you have any: questions, TOO hi: 'MBit WITH all fixture < *. **vis
you should contact Mr. Wat- attached to or used In vonnau-
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4' IS I ALWAYSWEIT I tlon with Bald prom lee., Including
I i son. He Is in Starke each the following:
| Monday and Friday morning 50.0(10( BTU Coleman apace
and la located upstairs In the boater
Kitchen Exhaust Fan
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GUARANTEED Agriculture Buldlng. Venetian Blinds
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I WITNESS: my hand and
Heal. of said. Court at ..
'vvvvnlyyyyyyyynllyeTHERESSA
rt : Florida. thle 20 day of th"l
A.1>, 19S7
: ftlAKLIOM:: A. DARRY
AT WEST!
Clerk of the Circuit Court
BY Boulah. M. Moody
Clerk.
8EfLruty
By Linda Crswfen5AAAAAA.uuA..uAAAAA. (COURT )
cash & (A copy of the complaint filed "
carry herein la attached to the copy
of this police which la mailedto ....
exult defendant for whom a
BUILDING ) w I IIOrE BAPTIST CHURCH residence, more opecrflc than a L4i
Recreation Isheld each state country wa given In : .
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the sworn statement filed herein
Friday night at the community by the plaintiff his. agent or ,

MATERIALS I SAVE Of/.4'J/S'SNEGrS ;. is Invited house, at to 7:30.come: Everyone and- attorney-. ', ) 7/27 4t 8/17 i 'not for the birds._! \,i

partIcIpate IN TI1R' COUNTY JtrnriE'S .J

Sunday School. 10 a m.: COURT' OF"OF BRADFORDIN HRADFORDCount Banking by mail is for people. .smart people

Morning Worship 11 'a. m., PROBA NO__,.___. .likevyou people who want more free time
ISH ED Training Union' 6:30: p. m.. IN HE: ,
EriN
I Pit Evening Worship: 7:45: ; Estate Deceased of WILLIAM M SAPP. for*l Im.r fun .'. people who want to bank

Wednesday night Prayer NOTICH 'I'O CHBIlirORHAll quickly and safely, from home or office. Bank

Service, '7:30: with choir. practice <- dnmanila creditors against having the cl..lm.or estate* here by mail nowl -r,.v v

afterwards. of Wlllam M. Mapp, the above
PERSONALSRev named deceased. are hereby i Ask or write for our free
PANELI.6I notified that an Order uf Administration
J C. ire.stora. Fernandlnn UnnecesHary has. banking-by-mail forms today .
r Beach visited Mr. been entered by the Honorable
Theron A. Yawn CountyJudge I.
and Mrs. G. L. Crawford and : and that the total caah
n
I family Monday night. value ot laid estate IH leas
Mrs. Reba' Crawford, than.Five Thousand. Dollar,)
exclusive of property
((13.00000)
397 I mother of O. L. Crawford: under the Conititutlon I

Tri I 430 was an overnight guest at the and Florida Statutes. : and. of all the creditors elate of of, FLORIDA I
home of Mr. Craw
tone Colonial Sivf Mrs. said estate are hereby notified
I ford and family Friday god.. rerilllrod to rile any .lalnnor
ANNIVERSARY demands whl"ho>' mahave \ .

Lauan GG Regular Price SPECIAL nIght.Mrs. Tom Young and family office Hradiford!: BHHlnHt of the County said.County. estate Florida Judge In. ,the JI1'Ihe' of .:'r :':/l".tK; / ,lft' ':S:'rA: 1 :''R 'KE': .

? ; and Dolly Varnada, .all 'Courthouse at Htarke,

of Tallahassee, visited Mr. Florida .within .six (8) calendar. One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
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months from the date of the
and Mrs. L. K. ChlJds/, Sunday .-
flret.publication or tma' notice.
lUina Vlrgln'aIapp' /:
Member Federal Insurance
W T. McClellan,-of Miami, .' Pntltloner .anti aurvlv \ Deposit Corp.

visited Mr and Mrs. L. K. log apouae. 7/ZT 4t I/If
1 Childs Monday. ---
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.' SLIDING I GLASS DOORS RUGGED YET STYLISH! AL Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Swin

dell and family. of OOnnISt.I: ,

COLUMNS Mary guests at were the all home overnight'of Mr AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYLADIES

OHLY' 5 7' 97 EASY TO INSTALL. . . 8 FT and Mrs! Walter Swindelland

&fc FLAT SCROLL $3.95 family Friday night. _
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swin- I
CORNER SCROLL $6.95
t dell and family' visited Alfred l AUTO SALVAGE Farm and Industrial WEAR Office Equipment .
FLAT LEAF $5.95 Underwood of Keystone
Heights Saturday. Equipment Hancock OfficeEquipment
CORNER LEAF $9.95 r Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Swin- r
BRASINGTON ., Cherry'sGabiesvilla'8
FLAT CAST $8.95 dell and Mrs. Swln ell'. '

mother and fell ot Santa Fe Tractor
CORNER CAST $15.95 sister. : CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILKInc. Most Fashionable Smlth-COrona-Au3orlzed
r Heilbronn Springs, Visited Address For LadlesDRESS Dealer
PATIO OP-PORCH' Mr and Mrs Walter! Swindell Inc. ES-SUITS--COATS

and family Saturday night. SALES SERVICE Clary Victor-Toiallln
LOCKS 11% : :ii- i, Mr and Mrs1..Walter'Swindell FORDFarm MATERNITY WEARACCESSORIES Adding Machines CalculatorsSALESSERVICERENTALS]
OF SUN'S
.m : and family visited 'Mr.and FIDe selection of Used Car
xuTRAYSIFIBERGLAS !
A Mrs. Curby Swindell and Taken On Cadillac Trades Tractors A.. Implements) 7 W. University Gainesville

family in Palatka Sunday Ford Industrial Equipment
FAST 2001 N.W. ISth. Rt. 441 SAVE TIME DIscuMi yon
afternoon. USED SX3UIPMKNTSALES

WEST HEATINGHEATERS ,0 Cheryl GrIffis, Daughter:! of PHONE S78-5S01 MEN'S WEARL requirements with as first.
SERVICB
PANELS Mr. and Mrs. O_D Orlffls PART SZ8 N. Marin\ St. Galneevllle
WATE R was a guest at the frame of PICK UP A DELIVERY Phone 876-S5S1
4488 N.W. Gainesville
HAS Karen and Terry Breedan sixth & L Men's Shop
COOL COMFORTABLI AND COLORFUL! Phone 376-2648
i daughters of Mr. and Mrs

a [J' Billy Breedan Sunday after- CRANELINCOLNMERCURY O Florshelm Shoes PAINT & GLASS
STHE'' GARDEN SUPPLIES
25 26".120"l noon.We Peso Plutna' SUltkS
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2PANEL/ $4 $330 9 7 are sorry to hear of Liddell Paint &

ONL 2..144. 40 the death of Mrs. Walter Authorized Sales 6 Service Ladies, Sports! Wear

t- $6.37 BEST!I .. f 30-GAL 30 GAL GAS Swindell's aunt of Port Johnson& Paris, Inc. O Glass Co.
t Arrow Dress Shirts
$43.97 ." Charlotte. We would like to 606 A. University, Gainesville
RICH COLORS RETAIN THEIR HUt EVEN ._ Phone 872--4ZC1
extend our deepest sympathyto ot8EED8PLAlq'8
Complete Line IS W. Divm1t7.G JnellVtlle KTANIZE PA17TTSOla
AFTER YEARS)SELECTION OF COLORS!
the family.
CLASS-LINING AND i -Mliror Sliding Door-
EXTRA HEAVY STEEL Rev. J. C. Heaters, of Fer- Crane's ImportsVolvo insecUeWea-Pet SuppiINFERTILIZERS . Tub Enclll ul'es-8hower Door

nandina Beach, visited, Mr. MOBILE HOMESMUSTANG -WindowaAwningOsrpetWallpaperStorefront *
and Mrs. O. L. Crawford and r(Mercedes-Benz) .
: { family Tuesday\ night. 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Connaltatlon.
TOPS IN QUALITY FIAT-HILLMAN
-. ,. ,'J.IIIDeaY Mrs. Reba Crawford. and 224 N.W. Sth Are. 118 N.W. Sixteenth St.

son Larry were /guests at 2201 N. Alain Gainesville GAINESVILLE S72-8191
/r PHONE S7211470Gainesville.
FIBERGLAS the home of Mrs. O. L'Craw Phone 372-4373
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ford and family Saturday Mobile Homes, Inc. ,

i INSULATlDna Rev. and Mrs. D. E. Willis : SEWING MACHINES

] visited Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beauty Academy I OaiMntUe' Discount Mobile
PAiNT WIDTH KRAFT BACK GLASSGAiNESVILLE -
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? Crawford and family Tuesday Home; Series) Lot.

"I I night. Purchase discounts on entire National Sewing
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m y MANUFACTURID BY NATIONAL ovrsuM co. "" r 1 Rev and Mrs. Merlo Pack- POWELL'S chain guarantee huge savings.

hr colzlr icoxoMicAt tut eooo auAiiTY iNfieioa ham and son Matthew. Mr. Machine Co. Inc.
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FULL NEW MOON CAPETXA
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VINYL FUT PAINT $329 and Mrs. Bill Cumbee and
P GAL. PACEMAKER
Beauty Academy
IAli d'bA: family, Mr and Mrs. Marshall GLASS CO., INC. New Home Pfaff, Nalco
e rW/1//10NAl.uiAtn.IONS IMTIM FULL e .- and David Ortffla. returned Used :Mobile Homes Low Universal Sewing Machines
Learn In TourSpare
$391 a Profession
D PROFESSIONAL'flNT GA r'.. .. home Sunday/ from a Time. Full or Part Time "EVERTTHTNO IN GLASS"!! Priced. Withapproved credit Sales A !Service!

rtlMIUM flTIA IOM art t. ass k kDiC week's vacation In tha Smoky low as $100 down. Nearly New Units 15 monthly
Store Fronts Mirrors
FULL -
Mountains. DAy
$579 EVENING CLASSES
PREMIUM PAINT GAL. "YEAR ROUND" COMFORT We are sorry to hear that Windows Sliding; Glass 4820 N.W. 13th St.! 441 North Budget Terms Available

: pfTC 'e .." oo..."..,.,.._." Mrs. Laura. Hall has been Low Tuition Term Doors Tub ,Enclosures Gainesville S78-1S4 ell W. TJnlvenlty.' Gainesville

LATEX HOUSE PAINT \ fULL W7 sick. J I 219 N.W.l0th Ave. S038 N. ]D. Waldo' Rd. CALL 'COLLECT 373-1335
Anne ,Gainesville 378-2786 .
A rFaA ; : $ 388 Phillips of. >Mlddleburir. -
visited her mother Mrs. I GeJnesyllls S7S-X084

LATEX FLAT PAINT Packham Monday. TILES & PAINTFLENTKOTE
POti)B 2" Thick There will be a gospel sing CONCRETE PRODUCTS MOVERS.

Y FUII CUAIITT .................0...<.... at Palatka Decoy, Baptist Churchi-tn night -r University Glass TILE}
497 INTERIOR Saturday
oat? CAI. WALL PAINT TOP QUALITY MODERN MAID Everyone Is Invited. INSIST THAT AIX YOUR Long Distance :Moving Vlnjl-Vinyl Asbestos Asphalt
& Co. Inc. Floor ProductsCARPET
DISHWASHERCITS Rev. Joe Olashae, of the CONCRETE PRODUCTS Glazing *> Local Drayage Finishing

GUARANTEED TO COVER First Baptist Church In Storage Packing -(Orating
$"fl Oreen Cove Springs will be ARE TIlE BEST FROMEdward' O MIRRORS Shipping!
IN ONE COAT STERILE eUA,NT JLO Q95'r
-l-J AUTO GLASS
: running a revival at Laura FRED ESTIMATES CALL.HILL'S WALLPAPER

l Baptist Church In Starke. Building .
Tub Enclosures ShowersDoors
starting August :21. Everyoneis MOVING TenneyTile & Paint
THIS QUALITY BUILT-IN IS MANUFACTURED EXCLUSIVELY FOR WEST BY MODERN MAID. Invited. Supply, Inc. Store Fronts
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"i;; & Storage Inc.
2222 NW. 6th St.
1319 a :Main OalnesrUIe

t2Jj OY :N and RANGE t ; 736 S. Main372.484OAINESVILLE .,89951I 3&40 N.E. Waldo Rd. Gainesville 378.1302

l $129th: AND IN THE'nR: CIRCUIT RltAD.'OltD.COURT COUN.TY. TN. FLA. Gainesville 873-4271

q r / FtoHtn.CVII. TRAVEL
;f y' ,,l afn, !=R THIS ECONOMICAL BUILT-IN HAS :. ACTION CASH'] NO. 100 IRON ORNAMENTAL
'-:; JL3 =-' -' MANY OF THE FEATURES TO BE FOUND WATKRBUrtV: SAVINGS BANK, ELECTRIC MOTORS

i ;... i : -. IN MORE EXPENSIVE lUlL T.INS. ;:nMOHTHWES 4 4 a Vtt.corporation Plaintiff MUSIC House of Travel,

43 LOCATIONS IN TIM STATES t BRADY EDWARD McW.OD, unmarried e Ornamental Iron

3330 N. Waldo Road-Gainesville-Phone 376.2604 DOlIOI.AS.< ;! ANNIE formerly MAUD known McLEOD m* ELECTRIC Steel StairsFabrication Lipham Music Co. INC.
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Stfere Hours: Mon.-Fri., 7:30-5:30: : Sat., 7:30-4:00: : ANNUl-- -)- !MAUD. DOUOUAS McLEOD.her husD.tendnnt. and- Motor Repair Co. S Erection of GeJttesnrnie Shopping Ctr. AIRLINES I

Ocala 12J S. Orange Ave-639-7987 Jacksonville 1143 EliUnes St-333-0671 band .. Light Structural Steel' 8TZ-5M3 STEAMSHIP\ !

Orlando 130V) llIchlK'sn'e2&13.UI Juclwonvllle 150 ft.Kdgftwood. Ave.-388-0375: : -norms' or $rrr Of G&J eniUe, Inc. 0! Miscellaneous Iron 11* N. W. lOta ATenueAuthorized R.R.
? Tampa 11:106: N. I16Ut St-621181.!) Pensacola 100) Fat: Blount 438-0373 THE STATE OF FLORIDA RepairingRewinding
x TO' Hotels! Cm Rental t
relcES VAST SOME ttOSH Out TO HtlCHTSATISFflCTlON ANNIB' MAUD McLEOD New and Used Steel Products Co. No Charge For Our Service!
DOUGLAS. form r I y Baldwin
'5 known a. ANNIE MAUD WORK GUARANTEEDPhone Pianos Organ Weekdays ISO: to 9:00:

} I G IF ., +r. McLFOD: Reeldenc Unknown .. 55 N.W.Wrd: Blvd,Gainesville Guitars GIbson Goya Sat 9 to 12.
and her hoa- Drum Ludwig
SUngerland 8415
0 0 W.University Ave.
,. I 1 Ewa I-VH hin.I. Reeld.nce DOUG.Un- 372-8313 872-0381 Feuder Standard Amplifier Gainesville 378-1601

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YYYYYYYYYYYYYTTYY. in Melrose this fall I 1
While on their .vay co a

Two Good Buys ,HAMPTON South and Mrs.Florida Tom vacation.O'Neai.' from Mr Do you let these

By Mm. Mary William South Carolina stopped for J ,

..........._ _.4a1 a short visit with her' par situations bother ?
ents, Mr. and Mrs Jim Williams you
RECENT BIRTH and famlb Amelia
1 In Office Equipment Mr. and Mrs. E. L. ITopsyJ) and Tom were also overnight b'l '1
Brown announce the birth of guests of her brotherinlawand tcp ;u' 4h

their first daughter In the sister. Alethla and Arthur a M4 ...
Every Business Needs University Medical Center at Redding. ,
Gainesville on August 11. Phyllis Griffin and Mary

The young lady has been Williams were shopping In : J
named Rents Robin and Jacksonville on Saturday i&f:
Joins her three brothers, While there they visited Mrs. rRl 0 \I IYlau
Randy Ricky, and Reggy at Eve Menefee. Also enjoyinga n
their home outside of Hamp- of
day shopping in Jacksonville when/w sln'1\"1't
.KIM ton. on Saturday were t tA Ift'... ",.NI.... d.I when you 'n.hl.. .a-
+ t ; on lan.lttwhK /
PERSONALSCapt. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill and
Leonard Mellon arrived daughters.
In Jacksonville by plane Mary Alice Waldron left t
'Monday night ands. was met Tuesday for a week's stay in 1 '
there by his mother, Mrs. Hawaii where she will join

Lonnie Melton, his brother. her husband who is presently ;.
Otis, and his sister, Odessla stationed at Viet Nem. ddJ ]

McConaghy. Leonard, who Is Visiting Mr. and Mrs. J E. W.dnad .
serving as a Chaplain In the Adkins on II'ftl.of .
b- Thursday were ..II'..... :/II; .ft. you avoid
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armed services, has been stationed Mrs. Alta Burk of Miami! and rocs' ''oeco.I.
In Viet Nam for a Mrs. Edna D>al of Jackson t
r
year. At the present time he 4

Is staying In Orange Park ville.On Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
: with his wife, Kahy and, Walter Rhoden and Henry ty,; Jt t ,
their chidren. After a month's' Rhoden visited the Jacksonville 4
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Model stay he will report to Fort Zoo. $. ;
Speed-O-Print 9-A PhotoCopierFactory I \
Hood, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pope ,t ''
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I Friends of Mrs. George and nieces, Barbara and Mary # 1 1Ar "h. .ulthlt wha,"v ftoell r
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.1. \ slims t...t.N 1
has announced increase
just price to $109.50on I, Saxon will be glad to learn Burke, of Elizabeth N. J.

this model We still have two in stock at the old that she Is now at home were visiting his motherinlaw \.2L
after a stay in the rest homeat Mrs. T. F. Brown, on ;

price of Starke. Friday. They were on their ..,Qpk.
I The communly wished to way home after spending
i extend Its deepest sympathyto their vacation In Miami. Mrs. Wilkinson Dies Begin to meet them confidently

Mrs. Mary Watterson and Rev. Paul Estes recently attended -
with the of the world-famous
help
$9950 I and L. L. Bedenbaugrh:; In the a conference In Washington -

'death of their sister Mrs.! D. C. after!! being At Age 110 DALE CARNEGIE COURSE
I Mrs Bessie Bryant of Ft. chosen one of 113 to nerve as

IF YOU HURRY! I Myers, who passed away on I an Administrative Intern Mrs. KiisCcr Wilkinson who, member of tho Highland Baptist
Saturday. Aug. 5. working with the National at 110, 'was Bradford County's Church. Hearty I tn'eryone.' ta JO WAYS eMs training/
I William [IBLIII] Alderman Education Association and oldest living citizen, died Sat- 'Surviving one son Andr..w.J. touched by workday bancfit you

Amazingly low-priced to fit any office or departmental budget. Copies I who is currently stationed In The Ford, Foundation. This urday morning; at the homeof Wilkinson, of Lawtey; six cares and anxieties. But, ...
ANYTHING; printed, typed, written drawn or mechanically reproduced.Will Cuba, spent several days at program/ which Is designedto her daughter, Mrs. T. T. daughters, Mrs. Amanda the important thing is a wt..onfld.no.' Pr arafof
; Think
home with his family. improve instruction in the Blackburn, of Lawtey with Blackburn, 'Mrs Celia Red- 'iMtfmhlp on vulfmt
pick color. Copies 9 in. by any length. do let them bother .
up any
: you Control .n.htl.l U-
Mrs. A. G. Warren and whom she lived In
recent ding, and Miss Barbara Wilkinson
secondary schools 'Is being
you? Or do you meet ...., hldd. abilltlM s.......
girls week with her
spent a directed by the National Association years. all of Lawtey; Mrs. Rebecca -
them confidently T h e frlindi'
father E. B. Henson, in Bre- of Secondary School Mrs. Wilkinson who was Chesscr of Glen St. Hntlvilv WI. mar
Dole Carnegie Course offers Work In Harmony with popl. .
known
to her relativesand
HERCULESFIREPROOF men, Oa. Principals. I many Mary; and Mrs. Martha Crews
I friends as Aunt East was i and Mrs. on established pro- ComM "I. t. Moat (loariyImprav
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tyre of Gladys Williams
One of our recent high
Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. school [born In Bradford County on both of Starke; three brothers gram designed to help your .i.mor
graduates, Wendy Hill, March 12, 1857, and her faith in
Otto Hicks Saturday afternoon spent Willie GriffIs, Glen St. you renew your
FILE -
J left Tuesday for Chlpola Jr. entire life within a few miles Mary; Nathan, Griffis, Ralford; self, meet problems -w-- -
, College In Marianna where of her birthplace. Her husband and Brooks Grlffls, Jacksonville -I squarely make positive
Three from this ,
men
area she will
begin :attending
the late
was Bryant Wilkinson ; two sisters, Mrs. Frances decisions.
Lamar Brown, P. L. Estes II, classes on August 23. Wendy and her
Letter-Size D-Label parents were tho Stalling, ''Macclenny, and Mrs. ,
and Markalee Norman' are! and her mother drove to the late Mr. and Mrs. Berry Grlf- Georgia!! Grtffls, Lawtey. Also Plan to attend the organizational .
(One-Hour Fire Protection) among the more than 2,800P9orida campus on Tuesday in orderto fill, pioneer settlers of the surviving are 42 grandchildren, Start making the most meeting. Far additional
Finished in Beautiful Decorator Colors National Guardsmen be there for aptitude testIng northwestern part of Bradford 87 great grandchildren, 74 of your abilities nowl See Information call the
who are receiving 15 days of and) orientation on Wed- County great, great grandchildren, for yourself how Dale office of George II. Pierce,
summer field training at nesday and,, Thursday.Mr. Mrs. Wilkinson remained In and 11 great, great, great- Carnegie classes con help' 96.1-5701. Sponsored by TbO
LIST PRICE $355.50One Camp Standing. and Mrs. ArnoW Had- reasonably good health, and grandchildren. you boost self-confidence, Starke Rotary Club.
Mrs. Lois Hughes of Ocala, dock had as dinner guests with sound mid and memory Funeral service were acid start you toward a brighter Florida Institute, Inc.
: Mrs. Free Hall of Gainesville: Sunday night, Mr. and Mrs. She remembered, as a child. at 2 p.m. Monday Aug. 14, in future.
Mrs. Sherouse, Mrs. Gertrude James Broomo and cons of hearing the muffled roar of I the Long Branch Cemeterywith
Only $325 I Slade, and' Mrs. Belle Brownof Gainesville. guns In the diHtance during the DeWitt C Jones Funeral
Civil War Battle of Olustoe Homo of Starke In charge of
Hampton were fishing In
At This PriceBRADFORD Cedar Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. near Lake City. She was a I I arrangements.
I
Key on Wednetday. George Williams on Sunday 4
I Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Parnell afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. '. ,

and sons enjoyed the week-, Leo Wiggins and MM. Eve
end in Columbia, S. C. where' Menefee, all from, Jackson
:, they, visited relatives. ville., Friday, Saturday, Monday Only August 18;,-19} *21Only, ) '

Betty Durling, of Jacksonville Sunday guests of Mr and .

I spent several days of Mrs. J. G. Adkins were their .
dI I last week with her aunt, Mrs.j I son-in-law and daughter, Mr. "
I I Ethel Tidwell. and Mrs. Calvin Richard and
Mary Williams attended a daughter, from Ocala. Also'
a tt I Post Master's Seminar In visiting In the Adkins' home ,
-
f + I Tampa on Monday and Tues from Sunday through Wed-

I day. She was accompanied\ nesday were Michael Adklns.

r. I I by Mrs. Mary Norwood, Postmaster and his fiancee Phyllis Mc- iidAJ
at Waldo. Queery, of Sandlego, Calif. ?
I On Tuesday, Mr.and Mrs. Michael Mr. Adkins' nephew, tY
Kad Watterson, Mrs. Mary baa just recently been discharged -,
I Watterson, and Robert Cut- from the service and Regular 2 for 5c

I chep traveled to Jacksonville! stopped here on his waO to PENCILS I 5 Limit 1 '
where they visited Frank Miami. \ (

COUNTYTELEGRAPH I I Hardin who Is a patient at Mrs. Jo Anne Hicks and I
Riverside Hospital.
children spent three days j
Linda Rhoden, daughter of last week with her parents,
Mrs. Bertha Rhoden has Mr. and MM. J. L. Dykes In
moved to Oraiwfln where she their home at Beverly Beach I Regular 9c '
will zbe living with her bro- :
near Flagler.
ther-inlaw and sister, Mr. Last week Rev. and Mrs. RULERS 2 Limit 2c

and Mrs. Jimmy O'Steen, Paul Estes attend the Schoolof
Linda plans to attend schoolWork '
Instruction held in Clearwater -
from Tuesday through
I Saturday. This annual meet-I Regular 67c 2 Limit
Ing Is for the county and,, -- .. ... .
= THIN WALL state leadership of the Flor-'' .
11'JIolf! l'
lc rr
12 CU. FT. FREEZE[ ida Education Association. :
They stayed in the Jack Tar
HOLDS 435 POUNDS Motel and while there they 300 Count Paper 43

Saving .APPLIANCES-at money ,saving prices! were joined by Mr. and Mrs.
.I 1 fit\PritfflShtlxi
.. Angus Butler and son, Bruce,
y ....a- : H. <:i ir IllriftAutf of Agra Okla. The Butlers
NtR( type iKk ;,
1 rtir fi.4ftirifi returned to Hampton Kith I

BIG CAPACITY I I. ir WirrMlf" Mr. and Mrs. Estes, where BLUE Regular 59c -- 2 Limit
ELECTRIC DRYER n.ueaana. they visited through Tuesday.I
1 ... On Monday, the Butlers Mrs.,
I
3 Position
Hut

''r Giant Selector Lint -- llo $199 9 95 Estes Marlneland.and 'Also Juanita: visiting went in to''
Screen :
f Knee-action .. the Estes home on Sunday I' Canvas Binders 43c
Door Later DOWN a .o.n l lo.. and present for the morning
,
,p'y 4 Automatic Cool Pow.X13995" with' trade worship service were Mr. and
-- Mrs. Pope Orlffln of Orange .
$ Park. Mr. Griffin is principalof
.- -- the high school there..

DOWN .v.n I... ;ORG
,4H With, trd lp THIKWAIL V Daily Vacation Everyday Jpecltts4A

DOWN 15 CU. FT.: FREEZER Bible SchoolAt

NCf Pine
Level
o FAMILY SIZE 4011 jfl| HOLDS 530 POUNDS

Rev. Carnal Wallace of '
MASHER RBHSK 30" ELECTRIC SANGEJJ4995 Stint.-liitftMmtllklf Hurst, Texas will return 100 ASPIRIN HAIR ROLLERS
'"'-: .1,a.cnn ._..,...:..__ : d.i.ryN: Wh 0 .}..1..d f/41 ..Kt..l/K'.t.n.,. Vacation Bible School at Pine
Ad' w.... M.N Own S I.'....'t'I''W" Level
..
Baptist Church.
i .I to*Wet.r -- 10' had .
,_ Ov PI 'IntftcMM. Uffct st..In W'1DIf Using his unique methods,
t, ill
.I WaN Ta.i..KM4 ChrwfM OVM fladk awn. oloh" I Rev. Wallace
unfolds the
l,0, tNa-L-... .,.. wahlrad. rr.t.chtslna.\ Bible sfories In such a man-i' Regular Regular
rw hcraw
No30"+ CAS RANGE ner that all can understand':, 1 0 33cflQflOMDPLA.R
t'' Do .189" : F.rul.1' :*IWM,-_>. $ $$19995 Li and enjoy. Theme for th e week j 19c C 66c
'. $13995 llo will be 'The Gospel Through

\ ::1 ..... !Las .-....0..a- taw. .:t, .v.n !... D1WN[ Sic, Magic.\ I j,
:::: slow with rod. S ...,oli'0.... ..4h cr_ n with. t,.d. of Rev.the Wallace Hurstvlew to the Baptist pastor'

] YOUR CHOICE OF COPPEIITOHi DR WHITE UTMIOII COLOR ON TInE FEATURED HORCt REFRICERATORS. | Church, Hunt, Tex. and Is engaged -'
I through the Bummer,
I months with Bible School activity ''
?V |j

Rev. D. L. Ramsey, pastor '
of Pint Level, extends a cordial .
128 S. Walnut St. Phone 961-5289 Invitation to all. The,
Herman Willis. Owner Bill Wilson. Manager ,school will start pitch evening: .
,at 7:30: / o'clock. : : >

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THE:: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH .




!KEYSTONE{ HEIGHTS --- MELROSE --- LAKE GENEVA ...9STAnKE




_ _ _ _ .__ _ _ _ _ _ FLORIDA, TIIURSDAY AUG. n. 1981
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River Jr. College this fall. I want to thank her for doIng Lions Club Two Melrose has been spending the sum- Clay County ,

KEYSTONE HILITES Mr. and Mrs. Julian King, such a wonderful! job of NEWS NOTESBy mer with her grandmother,

of Lake Brooklyn, are entertaining taking over for me. If it were Helen Egan Students Win Mrs. Nettle Mann, and her Schools Open ;>
Horse
their niece and famIly not for her, I would have ShowA
father Maj.' Schulcr: Cox.Mrs. 28
By Jim Fox Cmdr. and Mrs. J. C. had to give up my column. ScholarshipsScholarship August

Please Phone In Your items 473-4148 Eakin,and children. who have Recently I spent the day SuccessThere ,. FELLOWSHIP CLUB : Mann. Major Ccx and

just returned from an over- I with Otis Melton of Hamp .1 Mr. and. Mrs. Myron Pre-, checks were Patricia, left this week to return Clay' County schools will

I II I seas tour of duty in Ger ton. The Meltons were'! having vatt Sr. were honored guests' mailed last week to two to their home in Jack- begin their fall term on Mon
DUPLICATE BRIDGE were 125 entries In the monthly covered dish graduates.:! of Melroie High sonville. day. Aug. :36.
03 representatives in the many. The family will )be; re- a sort of reunion celebrating I at
Mrs. Henry Schubei, publicity state. seding In California m the a visit by Mrj.:: Mel 23 events at the 3rd Annual luncheon of the club en August School by the Melrose Wom- Mr. and Mcs. W. P. Boyd The first two days will )be;

chairman for the Key- HERE N' THERE near future. ton's brother; and sister-in- Lions Club Horse Show last 10. Following a delicious ans Club.; Recipients were Jr. and daughters of Panama half-day sessions, with.

toe Heights Woman's: Club, Mr. and Mrs. Marty Ramos Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mann, law. !Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Parsons Saturday and a nice profit menu of special dishes pre- Jean Lively, who will begin City are here for a few schools dismissing at noon.

announces that the regular formerly of Keystone of Raleigh N. C. were recent of Houston, Texas. Mr. was realized in spite C'f rain pared by the members, Mr. her second year of college, weeks' visit with his mother, Starting August 30. schools

sessions of ,the Duplicate, Heights and now making guests of Mr. Mann's parents Melton's brother Oscar Mel- which cut the number of Prevat, (, gave an instructivetalk and Carol Rothhammer. who Mrs. Paley Boydt\ will operate on a full schedule -

Bridge{ Club have been canceled -, their home in Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond O. ton was released from the V. spectators. on the Importance of will complete her fourth Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Kelley and lunch will )be; served.

until further notice.I are the proud parents of a Mann, Sr. of Lake Geneva. A. Hospital in Lake City, and Onlyi two events were wills, followed by; a question year at Little Rock Univer- Sr. and Mr. and Mr*. B. E. The school day generallywill

Due vacations and other summer baby son, Martin Ramos. III. During their visit the family Is now living with them. scratched) due to lack of en- period.A sity.The I' Kelley Jr. and daughter )be; from,8:15: to 3 p. m.
tries, although several bad to
activities, attendance' born Sunday Aug. e, ad St.Luke's joined the Mann's other Otis's brother, Leonard has short business meeting scholarships) are given Cindy, and Samuel Kelley attended for elementary students with,
be in
run the rain. The Lions
has and each by the Woman's some variations in the individual -
)been rather poor Hospital. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. just returned homa from year Family Re-
cleared an estimated $700 followed, at which time new Club to students the Kelley schools due to bus; sche-
It
therefore the club felt : Miss Jane Vietnam. deserving
Mann of
McMurtryvdaughter and Mrs. Ray Jr., las'weekend.
would\ be more advantageousfor I of Mr. and Mrs. New Smyrna. My aunt, Miss Mallle Chit- which will go to help support appointments were made, including who plan to further their ed- union in Hart Springs dules. The school day for

all concerned to continuethe 'I' Kyle McMurtry baa recently Maj. and Mrs. Jonh R. ty from Bonlfay, spent a few the Florida, Lions Foundation : Mrs. Hazel Davisas ucation. They continue each I Grades 7 through 12 will gen-

activities in the fall. completed the summer session King and children Nancy days with us last week and for The Blind. and other registration hostesas/ year, in the amount of $150. Rodney' Stewart of Long erally be from 3:15: to 3:30:
Lions projects. sisted by Mrs. Fame rianson; until the student I Beach, Calif. has been visit. with variations in
{lease! be.; sure, tQ notify your at Troy State Teacher's and James, were recent this week my cousin, Cindy completes o'clock
friends concerning this postponement College, In Troy, Ala, and:) is guests of Major King's Hamilton of Gainesville, is The following local riders Mrs. Martha Beam as gen- his or her education. Ing friends and relatives in the individual schools due to

now home visiting with her mother, Mrs. Dottie Sherman staying; with us. were among the winners in 'eral 'overseer" of the contribution Occasionally however special Melrose.Mr. class schedules and bus lICher -

CALENDAR OF EVENTS family. of Lake Brookyn. and Otis and I visited my aunt the various events: Ronnie box; and Mrs. Edna scholarships are available and Mrs. David Quaile r dules.

Friday evening. Aug. 18 Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kasln, his aunt Mrs. Nell Orayson. and uncle, Corlne and Alfred' Hall of Starke, 1st and 3rd Hook to act as cecretary through special memorial are both recuperating after a School Superintendent Jesse -

plngo will be sponsored by; of Daytona Beach, were Mrs. Sherman reports that Hudson in Gainesville over place ribbons: Ernie Trlest of during the extended absence funds. Miss Rothhaouner received 'Yecent accident in Ocala. Tynes suggests; that new

St. William's Catholic Church weekend guests of Mr. and:! her family enjoyed the many the weekend. We also visited Keystone, 1st and 2nd place: of Mrs. Emily Ison. New additional help Mr. and:!, Mrs. Clyde Wesleyof residents obtain information

In the recently airconditioned Mrs. Ed Dwyer. On Saturday: lakes in our community. Mrs. my great-grandmother, Mrs. Dora Trlest of Keystone 3rd merbershlp dues for the second through the Leigh Pearsall Gainesville, and Edga' 'rom other residents: :n their

Recreation Hall. This is evening, Mr. arid Mrs. Basin Sherman joined the family H. K. Chitty of Bonifay, she place; Nate, Shannon of half of the fear will be; Memorial Fund. contributed and Terry Easttrling of Eat! irea relative to the time that

opened to the public with and Mr. and Mrs. Dwyer for a two-day camping trip is staying with the Hudsons Starke, 5th place; Ralph 50 cents. bv: {ra. M-rt..* MacKe ,('hle. Gallle spent a few days last busses operate in their locality -
of Starke
starting time scheduled at were entertained aft the Ty at Otter Springs, )p-Ior to and resting after her oper 'Sherrie Bryan and Gail, 1st Chri.place toffer.; Through the kind offer of The program was started week with Chester Weslev I Parents may.also; get Information
< In October 1U03/ anj,, has to bus
7:30: p. m.Saturday Oarber's home on Nelson their for Mont- ation. relating
departure Grandmother Is
doing Arnold Larson of Lake Ge and Eddie Rothhammer
2nd and 3rd winners,
place
evening Ai'g. 19. helped five gina to further, and other regula-
Point. On Sunday evening. gomery, Ala. remarkably well)], after having respectively. neva. Parl Grove, cookout If you don't'see any Merose schedules
the Keystone Heights Volun- Mr. and Mrs. Henry' Schuber LIONS CLUB NEWS a catarao removed from her their education.:! Scho- week will tions by contacting their re-
Entrants were also regis- facilities for a picnic were accepted news next you
teer Fire Department-; will entertained the Garbers 27, the larships are given to students pectlve schools or the Couny -
On Sunday, Aug. eye. In fact she is'dolng bet- tered from Tallahassee. with thanks. It will know that the stork finally
sponsor their annual Flreman's Kaslns, and Dwyers with a annual Family Outing for ter than her daughter [Cor- with outstanding'scholasticachievement. School Office in Green
Ocala, Alachua, Doctors In- be held there at U a. m. caught up with me end I'm
Keystone raised
Ball at the Funds are -
dinner'party- at' their homeon Lions and their famlies will ine] did after a similar operation Cove Springs.
Heights Pavilion. "Little let, Palatka. Orange. Park, Thursday, Aug. 24. All mem- by members taxing them probably In the hospital with
Clover Lane. be held at the home of President a little while oack
,
.
and Jacksonville. bers are asked to bring; !a a nervous breakdown at weVas
Johnny Ace and His Qrchestra 'Lt. selves yearly through contri- :
and Mrs. Aired D. Huff, M J. Haynes on Lake My mother and father
,:' will furnish live music who be Charles McOlave, general folding chair, If possible, and butions made in memory of I .a new set of twir.s./ My jlstant leader and Mrs. Gene
are stationed: in Butz- Geneva. There will not ; were in Gainesville Thursday:! .
at 9 Donations chairman of the show. expressed individual table service. A and doctor assured me quite Sapp, Troop Committee
starting p. m. buck, Germany [near Frankfurt the regularly schedued meet- night visiting Alfred and Co someone: by; receipts

MH be $2 per couple. and I ] announce the birth; of Ing on August 28, but there rlne Hudson, Mrs. H. K. Chit- appreciation to every- charge of 50 cents will be; from occasional card parties.1vvvyyyvvvvyv calmly that our blessings; Chairman.
Jlckets can be purchased at one who helped make it a levied to for the food. would be twofold and I've School NewsIt
pay
a'daughter
Angela Dawn, on will be a director's meetingon ty and Mr. and Mrs. N. B. .
the door, I' August 10. Mrs. Huff is the August 22. Hamilton and daughters. success. The committee consists of vvvYVYV'MELROSE been In a state of shock ever was back to school for

: Saturday and'' Sunday. AUR daughter of Mrs. Florence Publicity Chairman Charlie Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Mr. and, Mrs. Julius Hanson, since. The expected tate for the teachers. at Melrose this

29-20.. the third Annual14ARS Forth of Keystone Heights. I. McGlave has announced that Sybil Braswell of Starke and Garden Club Mrs. Ethel Weyman Mrs. this event is Saturday.' week., as they reported.! Mon. .

Meeting Picnic will be Paternal grandparents are the Lions Club will be selling Trudy :Braswel and son Rickyof Of The Lakes Martha Beam, and Mrs. Ed- Duplicate Bridge day to their clases' prepare

Jield at the Misonlc Temple.' Mr. and Mrs. Aired, Huff of light bulbs; and Halloween Miami were visiting and na Hook. Chef for the ham- By Joyce Row Winners last week of the for the coming school year.A .

On Saturday evening a social Starke. candy this year. Please be enjoying swimming Plans SeasonA burger roasting will be; Pres- Melrose Duplicate :Bridge record number rf tu- I

hour will be held at the Mrs. Ray Renfro has returned sure to support these fund- Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Revels ident Hanson. Cakes will,, be .AAAAAAAAA43AAAAAAAjMiss. . Club were: 1st plaie, Mrs. tents are expected to register

lipme of Herb Nelson, Sr., of from a visit. with her raising projects. "vIsited their cousin Mrs. special meeting of the provided by Mrs. Weyman and Robert: clare and Mrs/ H. T. Wednesday for the chool]
'The Military
Lakeview Drive. Susan recently
:
System son and daughter-in-law, Buddy Alexander: of Foral Executive :Board and new Mrs. HOOK. Sapp I Dent: 2nd, Mrs. C. W. Hardy term> which will begin; August "
:-.Affiliate Radio celebrated her sixth birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Renfro, City last Chairmen of the Garden find 3rd.
:{ week. Members, please a and Mrs. P. 1'. Hogue;
4MARSI is an emergencytlvlllan Jr.., and their children. Don- Club of the Lakes was heldThursday Mrs. Dock Tison and 28.Rummage
radio net, which has I. Mrs. Ross reports that friend who needs and would Mrs./ Emery Cooper and Mrs Sale
nie and Julie. of Los Angeles .. 10 at the daughters and Buddy: Davis
Aug. ,
Johnny is much There will be
improved enjoy this special treat in an W. F. Wilson 4th. Mrs. T. O a rummage. ,
Calif. and his wife home Albert E. Bach- recently visited her sister, I
Ray are of Mrs.
after his
accident is able
and Parish
exhlllratlng setting. Barclay and Mrs. Phil Kro- sale at the Episcopal
both students at UCLA. St. William's Sunday to work a little now. mann, president. Mrs. A. M. Howell and familyof ,
BAZAAR WORKSHOPMiss mer. House Saturday, Aug. 19, "
KEYSTONE E James Marshall, Jr., of Mass, 7:30: a. m. Wednesday: Mrs. Ruby Wolfe, her Chairmen for the yenr are: Micanopy. '
Marilyn Bridges, gen- Church News from 8:30: a. m. until 12
Doylestown Ohio was a Mass and Novena 7 p. m laughter and son-in-law, Mr. Mrs. R. N. Sunderlauj.: Pro- Mrs. A. J. Cicen of Gaines- '
eral! chairman, nas announced Omar Huff was guest noon. It will be sponsored by
weekend guest of his aunt ind Mrs. W. D. Argo and gram; Mrs. Leon Wagner, ville visited friends in Mel-
and uncle, Mr. anji Mrs. Community Church Rev children, Billy and Donna of Garden Center & Library; additional appointmentsfor rose last Saturday.Mrs. sneaker Sunday morning at the Episcopal Church Wom ,

Gene Bishop of Twin Lakes. Leon F. Mllner, minister. Mrs Macon, Ga., are spendingthe Mrs. Lillian Raye Garden the Church Women's Gene Sapp and chil- Ellam Baptist Church in the an's Club. [

HEIGHTS- James i Is a student at Kent George Canova, organist. Mrs week with Mrs. Therapy; Mrs. J. A. Williams Bazaar: Decorating Committee dren visited Mr. and Mrs. absence 01 Rev. James Fink, Anyone who has anything,
'
University, in Kent, Ohio. William Warren Secretary sister Mrs. H. T. wOlne'sl. Horticulture; Mrs. Mrs. Roy Bridges and Earl Dowdy and family; in I who Is away on vacation. to contribute; to the sale may ,

Mrs. Gene :Bishop returned Sunday School. 9:40: a. m and Mrs. Keith Cheshire of Clifton E. Strickland, Jr., Mrs. Charles) Wallenius: Palatka.Mr. Filling the pulpit: at the leave it in the vestibule of i

home last week after a 22- Morning Worship 11 a. m. Alachua, spent the weekend I Publicity and Public Rela- Luncheon Chairman, Mrs. A. and Mrs. Billy Stinson Methodist Church while Rev. the Parish House. All con'trl-, i

MELROSE day hospital stay at the' Nursery at 11 a. m. service with Mrs. Smith. tions; Mrs. J. Miller Wrinkle R. Gaunt. Mrs. R. C. Punder-: :! and children of Dunedin are Steuart is on vacation was buttons of salable Items will

Medical Center in Gainesville only. Rodney Kite and a friend, Ways and Means: Mrs. land, Green Thumb; Chair visiting his brother Ernest. Broske, a lay speaker be appreciated, but It 1* ask-
; Jerry
where she underwent I were visiting his parents, Mr. Fremont Tolles :Birds and man, is making a plea f or from Wesley Community
Stinson and family.
major surgery. J Presbyterian and Mrs. W. B. Kite Jr. Sat- Conservation; Mrs. E. D. flower pots and large fruit Methodist In Gainesville. [Continued on next page]

BUSINESSDIRECTORY Herb Nelson Sr ard son, Faith Presbyterian Church urday night Longnecker, -Legislation; Mrs. Juice containers, and for Mrs. Bill Duncan hPd son There will be a meeting of

Herb, Jr., entertained friends -Rev. J. R. Neale Jr., min I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Joseph, Emory cooper. Corsage and everyone to start now1< for Tony, are now permanent the Christian Fellowship

with a dinner party! at their ister.! Mrs. W. A. Wallace organist I their son and his guest t < f Flowed Sh w** Mrs. Lena new planting of shrubs. She residents of Melrose having Class of the Methodist SCHEDULE

; home on Saturday evening. ; Mrs. Carl Swisher, Clemens. High School Gardeners moved into their trailer on OF SERVICES
Gainesville, were visiting the has a arge variety already Church Thursday at a p. m.
Guests, who treated to summer organist. J. Miller Lake Serena last weekend.Her .
were "Lucky": Lutgens Sunday.Mr. with Mrs. started at her home, which Brownies PARK
chicken a la Herb;, included Sunday School, 9:45: am.Morning and Mrs. slaver of Wrinkle, ,as co-chairman; daughter Kay, Is movingto l'
may be purchased now, rather :Brownie Troop 157 had
BEAUTY SHOP Mrs. Lola. Lyon, of Starke, Worship, 11 a.m. Bustle, were visiting their Mrs. R. 1.. 'Bridges, Trees and than Daytona Beach where she a of thePALMS
waiting unti Novem- cook-out last
and Mr'and Mrs. Curtis Malone Sunday, (Nursery open both daughter and sou-in-law. Anti-Litterbug; Mrs. Don will be teaching this year. Tu .i5ay;! at
_
I ber. Mrs. William Warren
KEYSTONEBEAUTY of Doctor's Inlet. hours.) I Dee and Betty Morris and Pangborn Landscape Design Mr. and Mrs. Archie Yeoman Mornlngside! Park In
i also welcomes :/.aur; favorite I ville. The girls built
Dr. and) Mrs. B. LizeUe and Episcopal children last week. Betty'saunt and Roadside Development; have returned to Mel- oalnes-I
SHOPEdith recipes, which will be Included own fires and
children spent Friday and Mrs. Sam Gardner World SUNDAYS
St. Anne's Rev. W. W. and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. rase following a two-week "
Johnson. Owner Saturday with Mrs. Uzeue's Gardening Mrs. Aileen Adle. In the Church Women delicious hot dogs hamI
Worstall vicar. Jim Greenaway and six children ; vacation.Mr. I 11:00 AlsT.7:30 PJH.
Personal mother Mrs. Bert Chrlstof- Mrs. R. H. Sch- Cook :Book. Please put your burgers.;
Telephone:
Morning Sermon of Arlington, Mass.. were and Mrs.
I Prayer and Tommy Od- THURSDAYS
&. Creative name and home state on the Those ,
fer, Sr. The family was en neberger Awards. attending were Debbie -
also
I visiting few '
2nd a days. Dees'mother
and 4th Sundays om are visiting in Melrose.
Hair Styling route from Memphis Tenn. The first regular meeting recipe. ; Box, Janet Box Avis McPherson 7:30: P.M.
I and brother
9:30 ; Mrs.
: Much
of their
am. (nursery open.) time is being
Individual Beauty jPara: where Dr. Lizelle was minister Holy Eucharist and I Bartow Ellis and EmU came of the club will be held Every Wednesday at 10:30a. : Gay and Martha FUNDAMENTALBIBLE
sermon
spent
Every, Form, of Beauty Culture of the Glen Park Baptist 1st and 3rd Sunday, 9:30: a. over for the weekend and Thursday, Sept. 28, at Mrs.: m., there will be; i>. get- Codle visiting Tommy's father Singleton Vicki Tison, Marsha TEACHING.

Open Tuea.-Sat i 9-0; Church, to. Cocoa :Beach, m. Church EmU is remaining a few days Bachmann's: home on: Lake together for work and ideas. Odom. who is a, Whitten and Susan
( )
Closed Monday where he assumed his dutiesas nursery open Please patient In the Medical< Cen-: All Services Held In The I
School, 9:30: ajn. "Holy Eu- this week and will celebratehis Geneva. Co-hostesses will be bring; a sandwich. Sapp. :

BOATS MOTORS minister of the Cocoa charist, 8 a.m. each Sunday. birthday; here. Mrs. Ed Dwyer and Mrs. Beverage and cookies will be II ter.Mr.. They were accompanied by' Congenial Atmosphere .

Baptist. Church last Sunday. Evening Prayer, 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swear- Fremont Tolles.Following provided. Every Tuesday at and Mrs. Marvin Odom Mrs. Dock Tlson Troop leader Of The Lounge. ''i

:: BILL'S MARINESALES. Mrs: George LaRue has returned each Sunday. E7YC, 6:30: p.m. ingen attended the weddingof the meeting, the 7:300: p. m., a workshop is I Charles are visiting Mr. and::!. Mrs. Mrs. :Billy Singleton, as- r
from a visit with hostess served refreshments. Perry in Atlanta Ga.
each Sunday. her nephew Frank Leigh held for the benflt of moth- I
,
&: SERVICE friends and relatives this Mr. and Mrs. John Culello
Dally offices of :Morningand and Nancy Hill In Jacksonville ers of small chidren and business ; ,
"The, Fun Fleet's In" week which and children I IN.
Included visits Evening Prayer, 8:00: -m. Friday night. Frank is folk. of Long Island ,
Service & Fart for and tours of 14 different and 15:00: p.rn.. the son of Vera's sister and the weekend with Mr. and PERSONALSCommuntyi Y. spent last week visiting ..

AU Outboard states. In Long Island Mary brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs.J. Mrs. Owen Bryant. church members; Mrs. Culello's uncle and aunt, | I

Chrysler Lone Star .Boat* visited with Mr. LaRje' cousins -I -LutheranLutheran T. Leigh. After the wedding As you sees the rain has were surprised to see Rev. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Orollck. II .

Chrysler Motor Mr. andi' Mrs.. John Sey- Church of Keystone they had a family get- slowed down the visiting a Russell Young, former pastor The Grollcks had !as guests
bolt Mrs. LaRue also visited '
Rte. 81 Heights Vicar Richard together. great deal. Only ducks could for the weekend her
JCorner & 26 ; at Sunday mornlnug ,
Melrose. 475-4851 with her mother of Mrs.Baltimore Margaret -! Meyer minister. Sunday, the Swearlngens: get out over the weekend. services. When the older in-law. and sister, brother'I'I
Ahlers.
Divine worship Sunday 11 visited their nephew, Mr. and Maybe this weekend will be members asked about Mary, Mrs. R. W. Kidd, of Jackson '
Md. Last weekend. Mr. La-
CLEANERS a. m. Holy Communion 2nd Mrs. Ray Maths and family: better. Untl next week, here's Rev. Young told of a serious ville. *
Rue drove to Baltimore to .5
Sunday of each month. who are spending this week Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Mc-
: join, his wife for a short vacation at the Swearingen LeeonLEEON'S auto accident with a truck, i
Keystone Services held each Sunday cottage. CORNER Olnty and children of Atlan
about 45
prior to their return Dot and miles south of Orlando
Sam Butler and
at St. Anne's "Football" ta.. Ga.
episcopal
are spending a month /
Cleaners Inc. trip home. Charles on their way to Key-
Henry of Ormond
O. K. Davis, Mike and Terr! Meth It's almost here again. Mr. and, Mrs. C. P. Berkle-
children of Mr. and Mrs. with of
Ev.ry Dry Cleaning Service with his mother, Mrs. Jo a number
Jack Methvin returned last Baptist And I know lots of people injuries, but is
laundry Finish or Fluff Strandberg.: Sunday they attended convaesclng man.Mr.
2 Day Service. Friday, after spending! the Worship services : Sunday the Hale-MIzelle Who wish It would never end at the home. of Col. and Mrs.\ and Mrs. Allan Taylor

Pick Up and Delivery week with their grandparents 11 a. m., 7:30: p. m. [nursery family reunion at Elzy We all have our favorites David Nelson on East Lake- and five chidren of Springfield -

Kejntom Ilafffhte 47S-8OM Mr. and Mrs. R. R. open]. 'Chapel near Worthington And we always pull for them. view Drive. Mass are here for a

Haynes, of Orlando. Sunday School 9:43: a. m. Springs. Even with the Most of us think our quarterback Mrs. William Bes1ni'sbrother week's visit with her rarents,

ONCRETE Delores Murrhee and Nor- nursery open. Training Or* :. weather as it was, around ; and wife, the Newton Col. and Mrs. Ralph A. Ste- .
ma Valldejull have returned 250 Just happens to be; a gem. vens Jr. \0
ton, 6:30: p. m. [nursery opeil] people attended, and Hooks, of Ocean Grove, N. i
Hawthorne We like to
Concrete from a week's visit with Mr. see our boys. Mr. and Mrs. James
Mrs. Strandberg says she hada J. Wellsof
Rev. Lawrence Carroll are visiting the Beams
Make the
and Mrs. Richard Murrhee nice time visiting :with score grow high. Quincy spent a few days :
&
Inc. and
Supply pasUf. John :Hooks at Lake
But sometimes i (
when )lose
I and sons, Rick and Tim at parts of her family that shehadn't 've Geneva. last week with her sister,
REDI their beach home In We almost want to cry.
Ponte seen in quite awhile. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen. I
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyINDIAN We
MIX Vedra. Me. I like the Packers, regret to hear of Mrs.
I CONCRETE Miss Margaret' Webb, who The Griflns say that the I think they're really treat.: W. C. Bryon's Illness at the The Aliens also enjoyed: a(;
fishing
picked this
lJw7. 20 W. Hawthorne Is a nurse at St. Vincent's BEACHLake week. Business up some And to see how they will do Naval Hospital in Jackson short visit from their son, I
goodat
was
very
John, who is stationed In
4S1-2333.: 2031: Hospital was a recent guest Griffins this year, ville. ;
Lodge and Barn-
of her brother-in-law; and ( Santa Fe) hills Camp over the weekend. I can hardly wait. Ed! RInehart will become a Los Alamedos, Calif. j I

NURSERY !I sister, Mr. and Mrs. Huntley Michael If our team makes the playoffs member of the Cathedral Maj,, and Mrs. James Mc-!
---- By: H. ChJtty Vacatloneers staying at Griffins -
Mahon and children NailingDown ...
of Ft.
,
O.C. Carnes Nursery Redfearn. Jr. Ph. 4751171&AAA44AAAAAAAAAAAAW this week are : Mr. and Towers new high rise apartment I
Lt. John M. Hall, son of Mrs. Clinton Isaac of Gainesville We are happy as can )be.; building In Jacksonville Mead, Md. are spending two I
:'IDtvay 10O, Florabon . Our eyes are glued to the weeks with her! parents Brig.
Henry Hall. Is home for a Mr. and Mrs. Albert under the sponsorship of the
JTur 21 MH. SB of Stark 30-dyi' leave with> his family, "Croak, croak, fellow Srantz of Fernandina Beach, TV set. Episcopal Church, bat; non- Gen. and Mrs. Phirxromer.j; My Future
Stock Thousand
ry To see what we can see. Mr. and Mrs. :Barury Cam
before reporting for a tour ofduty frogs" This Is rainsoaked Mr. and Mrs. David C. denominational.Mrs. .
o( ..Plant 01 Fruit Tree to your -
: When, we win the
champion and
of Gainesville ,
in Vietnam. family
Thomas of Jacksonville, and Louise Perry left last i
chooae from. Nice Shade Trees, rolling-reporter with> the ship. I'
Xtreryreraa A Mr. and Mrs. Huntley Red. news. I tell Mr. and :Mrs.! Ossle Wynn week for, her new hom3 and spent Sunday afternoon with Every Dollar Saved Helpsto
Landscape you, many more We holler again and again. I
: Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Gano.
Plant, All In containers team, Jr. and daughter. days like we have been havIng and family of Starke. Then we're really sure our employment In Atlanta, Ga., Build A Firm
PJ&nt anytime. CU1eWu..1e Julie a ended the Gulf Life' lately, and we will all Mr. and Mrs. David Reid team. where her married daughter Their daughter Lorna. spent/ Foundationfor

esajeas.. .Insurance Company's District have to grow gills. It has and family and Mrs. Helen Is the best there ever has resides. the. weekend there. A Secure and Happy

let a* do :your bmdpiD6. Picnic at Blue Springs rained so much lately, till Walker and grandson Kevin I been; We are happy to report Mrs. Bernice Gano and

Phona est-163 last Saturday. our roads are like mush. Walker of Jacksonville and that Mrs. Pat Loudon has returned Mrs. Del Crider of.MIcalnopyspent I Tomorrow I

Paul Kaufmann, son' of Then, when they; flnaijy dry Mr. and Mrs. Doph Rddish 11'011a.) Palatxa: hospital last Wednesday in

USED CARS Mr. and Mrs. George Kauf out, they are like a wash and family of Starke were I THE RIGHT POINT for the and is able to )be; about Flager Beach. A recent guest: COME IN GET
mann has returned from board. of Mrs. Gano's was Mrs. ACQUAINTED
visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. W. again, although she has to
.Hanlcs) Used Cars Chicago, 111., where he was Well. well)], well)]: It cure is Carpenter over the weekend! the way "'ou write. Come In have traction treatment at Karen Hllleary of Mlcanopy.: -

BIG. CASH employed for the eummer.! nice to )be; back on the Job. Randy Clark of Miami is vis. home. Mrs. Pearl Wilkinson, We woud also like to say I KEYSTONE STATE BANK

T E R < During his summer stay in Although it was nice to havea ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. and elect your favorite ES- Mrs. :Bud) Anthony's mother, Happy :Birthday to Mrs.Oano. _

BUY SELL DISCOUNT-'j. Chicago Paul was the guestof rest, after a while you get hester' Clark for a few days. TFRBROOK fountain pen.. Ls.. spending some time with! whose birthday; was, Member F.DJ.C. Keystone Heights, Flo.
Rt. 1 his uncle and aunt. Mr. tired of being unable to Mr. and Mrs. Everttt Bry- her folks who Include Mrs. Saturday. I .

Ilwy. 100 8 \ and Mrs. J. A. Redlln. He will work. I know my mother Is ant of Tampa and Mr. and I TELEGRAPH Loudon and Mrs. Ethel Miss Vivian Williams of, "Your. Friendly, Bank In Your Friendly

L. be.; a freeman at St. Johns glad to give me back my job. Mrs. Vernon :Bryant spent Moody': who are her r.unts. Jacksonville spent act! week'I'( Community.**

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r...yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Miss Susan Padgett of Iron and daughters returned SENIOR I 1 1st Defendant .Urine( !: I'tlttcil. fenced: lo ear year in prison! (Lila: A.pnlluhC',: Curt' ohlnlvf: )
Martinez. Gi*. Is spending Saturday from a two weeks MELROSEFrom Circuit. Court Clark Ch>Mli""< with Judge Patten' recom- 1 Instltut'r.STALLINC'S[ / ,
Bavless Hiwav this week with her cousin, vacation. CITIZENSThe Darby nay he has not been mendatlpn that It be spent In

Miss Annette Padgett. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lindsey FingerprintedSuing informed:: by state authorities __ _._
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long-awaited about --- -
By Hn. O. E. CrosbyAAA Mrs. Clifford Davis and of Fort Pierce spent Sunday < social what to do with the "row
Preceding Page security bill was reported out Court forms. Darby said they wnuKieb
grandson and Mr. and Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
by the Ways and Means filed with the cane In therlerk'
Johnny Cannon of Albany. Ward. ed that these Items tie in by
.
Committee for
office
action by the unless he !Is informed CORNER
Happy birthday to Miss Oa. spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Homer Friday( the 18th so thai they House and Senate early this Fingerprinting. of a convicted differently. / ,
Sue Crosby this week. We their sister-in-law and bro- Stearns of Tavares spent the may be priced !in time for month.A felon during court on a The procedure of finger-
wish her many more. ther. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ter- weekend with relatives here. the sale. general 12.5 per cent form witnessed and signed by printing la. the presence of a..
Mr. and Mrs. Charles New- rell.Mr. Mr.and! Mrs. R. J. Crosby : White Elephant" To CloseIt ; Increase In S. S. benefits has Bradford the judge was carried for tide out first In judge after the felon has been I j OASIS LOUNGEYour
mans and sons of Oainesvllle ands: Mrs. Fred Broad- spent several days wIth her' has been announcedthat been proposed whltti; will time last County Thursday Aug. 10. adjudged" guilty In court must
were Sunday dinner guests well and children of Jack- brother-in-law and sister I the White Elephant bring/ the minimum payments A juvenile George Fish Jr.. be carried out under a new CLOSEST Spot For t
of ,his parents. Mr. and Mrs. sonville were guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Masey, Thrift Shop will close sometime up to $49.50 per month. This was adjudged guilty of larceny law which come out of the just LIQUOR WINES DEER
Lola Newman. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby Sun- of Miami. I In October. This will be Is surely not enough as it of an automobile by Clrcui: past session of the Florida -
,Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crews Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby bad news to many of the means that the elderv: will Court Judge George U Patten. Legislature. Open 9 A.M.12 P.M.
and children were supper day.Mr.. and Mrs.| Lonzl Norman were In Jacksonville Friday Melrose Residents who have have to appeal to the State Fish was fingerprinted by Deputy Circuit Judge J. C. Adkins
guests of her brother and attended the Norman and Saturday. shopped this store for bar- Old Age Assistance agency Sheriff Dolph Reddish on. Jr. of Gainesville has already Friday and Saturday 9 A.M.\ 2 AJII
sister-in-law, Mr. and: Mrs. reunion at Kingsley Lake Mrs. J. Zi. Johns and Mrs. gains for several years. for supplementary ielef! If a Judgement of Guilt form taken a position ngaln.il the I
I they have new l law saying the fln erprlt-1 SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHS
Fronle Moody no other which then
Russell Crosby at their new Sunday. were The White Elephant 1 is li.come was signed by
should be
transact-j Ing procedure
carried -
home in Oainesvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew !ing business in sponsored by St. William' or support from children out at the jail. The I OR QUARTS
procedure
it must be
Mrs Beulah Kelly is Jackson and children of Friday.RAIFORD. Catholic Church of Keystoneand bill noted that this I the Medicare section of the interrupts the orderly I
spending this week with: relatives Jacksonville spent the week- members work voluntarUv. the House cannot be amended in proposed leglsatlon. procedure of the court causes I 8 MI. South of Starke on U. S. 301
In Gainesville. I end with their uncle and donating a morning' or but can be changed By 1970 all People 65 and delays and lowers the dignity ,
Marcus Conner and son aunt Mr. and Mrs. Howard afternoon each week.It erful considerably Senate by tho pow- over will have to take drivers of the court Judge Ad- asM3ifl} g .iMiHGLASS ,
Mike spent a few days?< at Brown and: Mrs. Nlta Brown. was first started in the mittee. Finance Com test which will cover sight kins has Indicated'' In an articleIn r
Cedar Key last week. Mrs. Fronle Moody and old store buidlng next to the hearing written and oral ex the Gainesville Sun.
By Air*. Earl Dobbs, Again the call That's Our Businesf
BOoS out to
Mrs. Bill Taylor and children Mrs. Becky Johns of Lake Phone 496-2601 Baplst Church and was the Seniors aminations. We think this Is The defendant Fish was senSTARKE -
receiving
of Oainesvllle spent the Butler were guests of Mrs. J. inspiration of the late Mrs. their friends benefitsand good but many seniors will "If It's Glass We Have It"
and rela- fall because of the lack of l -
weekend with her parents, L. Johns Monday. Mary Robinson. It was later tives to get busy
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby. Rev. and Mrs. M. D.: MedeOF moved to the old C. A Ford: your views of the and write correct glass and lor hearing CALL, WRITE or VISIT
Mrs. Mary Freeman had as I I present aids. Now is the time for ac-
Grocery store where it is proposals which we think FOR ANY GLASS NEED
-I guests Sunday her children are tion. Write your congressman
presently located. However i iIs It quite Inadequate..:!
Mrs. Alzy Thomas and and senators about this/ vital
BUSINESS!
now necessary for them to The names of the Senate sublect. We Design Modern Store Fronts
daughter Darnell, of Haw- .
vacate this building so 1 It Finance Committee .
are Welcome home to Mr. and
thorne, Mrs. O. J. Oreen and' has Russell B. : Just Mail Us A Pattern For
been decided to discontinue Long. Chairman; .
Mrs. H. C. Driscoll who nave DIRECTORY
Ernest Freeman, both ol the store. There will! Oeo. A. Smathers Clinton P. returned after a three i:1 Table TopsSHEA'S
I Jacksonville. ,be a big sale in Octobe and Anderson. Albert Gore Her- months trip to Wisconsin. :
Friends of Mrs. Harold all Hems will be reduced. man K. Talmadge, Eugene J. Canada and Rhode Islands AUTO REPAIRS
Yarbrough. will be glad to Mrs. Harold Deutern'an is McCarthy. Vance Hurtke. J. Mrs. Janet Bowden had the I y GLASS CO.
learn that she came home chairman of the store and W. Fulbrlght. Abraham A. pleasure of a visit from her Earl's Garage
EMBARRASSING from Bradford County Hos- Mrs. Anthony Danis and Mrs\ Rlbicoff. Lee Metcalf. Fred granddaughter Phyllis her ALL KINDS!l OF 1313 N.W. 1th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-13S.1&
I' pital Tuesday. Harod Sutton are co-chair R. Harris. John J. Williams! husband Leon and four AIITO REPAIR WORKAll I
I Friends of Michael [Bud] man. Frank Carlson, Wallace F. great grandchildren. Leon Work( Onarrant<>.. HOUSEHOLD i, Dobbs will regret to learn I Bennett. Carl T. Curtis. Morgan Is a minister of the Phone OM.( 10M
that he cut his hand badlyis Thurston B. Morton und Everett Presbyterian Church In Pen- I'IIf.' Walnut. Sturkn
In King Memorial Hos- day, Rev. Tom Collins and M. Dlrkson. nsylvania. Letter To All\ BowlersEffective
pital. We pray he recovers Rev. and Mrs. Jack Stolte It is also imperative that Our last picnic of the sea- AUTO SERVICE Open
PASTS and children.Mr an escalation clause be: inserted son was held at Tom and

soon.Mr.. and Mrs. Jack Cason and Mrs. Drew Sweat compensate In the for proposed bill to Lisa Hansen's home on Gilbert S. Brown Sept. 1, 1967 the price of bowling at

of Ormond Beach were visit- and Ramona were Thursday in living costs. continuedrise Lake Hutchinson. We had a Standard Oil !Serb' Ice Station I Palm Lanes, in Gainesville will be:
I ing relatives here Saturday.Mr. luncheon guests of Mr. and I good turnout and much fun. ATLAS
Hearing
and Mrs. Fred Hare Mrs. Forrest Harvey and and seeing are also Regular meetings will be held and
great problems TIKES & VTTKRIKS!' Open Bowling, Nights Sundays60c
for the
from now on at the recreatlon -,
and children of Jackfonville/ family in Jacksonville.Mr. elderly. The price of Budget Ti-rmn -Itoiwl.. Service! I
eye center on Pratt St. on Plus Tax
FORS4 and ,
Mrs. Harvey Williams -
TICKS visited Raiford Baptist Phone UH1-7071
glasses Is
$50 and over the the second and fourth Tues
MOTHS Church night. of the State Farm and 41)1) N. Temple|) Stitrl.
ROACHES Sunday cost of
CLOTHES hearing aids can be
each month starting
days
5 Mon.-Sat. Til 6 P.M.
Mr. and Mrs. John Green Daytime Bowling
i SPIDERS ANTS Mr. and Mrs. Drew Sweat up to $350 with the added August 22 at 7:30: p. m. ,
\. 6. -. and Ramona were Thursday Sapp and son. Wayne attended expense of transistor batteries Our sincere thanks for the HURST'S 50c Plus TaxWe
FLEAS US- night supper guests of Mr. the Williams Family every) week or so. These return of our coffee urn. i SHELL I
OR LET I and Mrs. Giles Tompkins and Reunion in Donaldsonvllle Items should be included In
IT fOil YOU Oa. Sunday. --Joe Kerrigan. I Service Station at Palm Lanes regret having to increase our
CHECK I family in Jacksonville. i prices but it in if to continuein
Gus. Oils. necessary we are
Mr. and Mrs. Robert!; Faulkner Friday night supper guests I Lubrication
i I of Jacksonville visited of Mr and Mrs. Robert Cason DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Goodyear! Tires & HuttwrleH. business. We will appreciate your help and cooperative -
PAY were Mrs. Rodney Smith of ROAD SICRVICU understanding so that we can give you
Mrs. Ruby Yarbrough Sunday -
MONTH 0Y THE ,I : and they all attended Providence and Miss Delores STARKE PHONE 96i-6200 SOl and 10O Rtnrk the finest bowling conditions you have ever had.

the Norman family reunionat Dukes of Worthmgton KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS PHONE 473.3176 METAL WORK I
I' Strickland's Beach. Springs I Interested bowlers should sign up NOW for leagues -

Danny Bennett son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mlkell. Rental Services THOMPSONSheet starting right after Labor Day. Schedule
I and! Mrs. John Bennett of I Jr. and sons of Deland. Mr. your league meetings and lane reservations at
the State Farm and Mike and Mrs. Don Newmans and Metal WorksAll
I HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS once. Phone Gainesville 376.4654.
children!:
\ of Starke. and
AND Sapp son of Mr. end Mrs. Mr.
I Herman Sapp are home on Mrs. Gerald Orlffls and CRUTCHES Types Metal Work-

CHEMICAL CO. I leave. They are stationed In children and Mrs. Mary Heat & Air Cond. PALM LANESJim S
I California with the U. S. Freeman were Sunday lunch- Systems InstalledRd.
I eon guests of Mr. and Mrs.
N8IVY.I /
Phone 964-5745 539 E. Call St I Mr. and Mrs. Drew Sweat Earl Dobbs who are vacationing 16 E. Ph. 961-5723 Hyland, Sr. Jim Hyland, Jr.

,I had as luncheon guests, Sun- on Brooklyn_ __ Lake I
Some of those from Rai- INS11ANT
,
ford attending the Norman I

Family land's Landing Reunion on at Kingsley Strick'' TAKE A SHORT O DRIVE

MOBILE HOME BUSINESS BOOMING! Lake Sunday were Mrs) Ruby SEE BOB DODSON OR BRUCE MARTIN FOR I t SAVE

Yarbrough and Misses Shar-I THE BEST DEAL ON A NEW OR
on, Sheila and Sonja Yar- I RECONDITIONED $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ AND
brough. I

Wanted I children Mrs. Joyce are Norman visiting/ and her,,'I

brother and family Mr. and I MOBILE HOMENEW
I
Mrs Beach Jack Cason in Ormond WHITEWALL SALE

I Mrs. Jack Sapp and chil- I
dren of New Smyrna Beach 12 WIDES FROM $3299 UP

Immediate Iy visited Mrs. Bessie Sapp Sunday Check your tires now! Don't spoil summer fun.

'I Refreshments. RECONDITIONED 8 & 10 WIDES, 1,
were served
I in the Educational Building 2 AND 3 BEDROOM MODELSAll OVER 1,000 TIRES IN STOCK AT ALL TIMES

honoring Rev. Tom Collins i.
. on the last night of the re- Ages & All Prices
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;' '.1 j{ 1 15 TO 20 'MORE/ MEN vival.The New River Sunday Low Down Payments, Monthly Payments Less ALL POPULAR SIZES REDUCED !

School surprised two of its Than Kent
members. Mr. and M/s. Ace
.$? Jobs Now Available In All Departments I Richardson In their new I FREE DELIVERY AND SET.UPMustang 9565013Plus I FE T4PLY

home In Sanderson with a I,
housewarming after-
Sheet Metal Workers noon. Among those attendingwere Mobile

Mr. and! Mrs. Elsie /
Oriffis of the State Farm. I 4 / .
' Roofers I Mr. and Mrs. MaUle Orlfflj.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Odom' HomesINC. % / 7 Complete Line

Lonnie Shadd Mr. and Mrs.
I Cabinet Men NYLON TRUCKS FARM'
Alvin Orlffls and Mr. and ,
Mrs. Morris Prevatt.Mr. I
and Mrs. Ancel 1 Star U.S. Hwy. 41 North Phone 752.2797 r I and
Sidewall Workmen ling and sons of Bartow visited Lake City, Florida

. i_. three days with Mr. and CORD Boat Trailer
", f We now'employ. about 70 persons, but need at least 90 In i Mrs. Mallle Orlffls last week. Headquarters For Instant Housing
. ,1 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Craw TIRES
/ order to keep pace with our orders.\ Liberal basic wages, plus I ford and sons of Orange. : 'I I Limited Time Only I .

Texas and Mrs. Amelia J' All Pint plus Ne.te pmoll line Oa.
,f weekly production bonus. 5-day week. Experience helpful but 'Crawford of Starke were k'I i I Serving Florida .

j not necessary: because we have complete training program. I Friday afternoon guests of Since 1950
,I Mr. and Mrs. Mallie Orlffls. c97or; &rv 9n4M 7 t
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anderson s :, dg ce. ,

'r 1j j Contact Mr. Ward, Plant Superintendent I Oa.and were family weekend of Columbus guests- ..eI'9I. .a ..,.............,....., <

I of Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie Anderson r
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_11 A Phone 284-9851 or 264-4241 ,lV I Saturday and family.afternoon guests Mrs. Carolyn 1'' y CordiallyEaves

Of Mr. and Mrs. Mallte Orlf : I Welcomes
fls were Mrs. Carol Breed- Representative

: love and children of TTouston. Ph. 96&.5812 You and Your by Uniroyal
TAYLOR Texas and Mr. and Mrs. 122 N. Bay St. Family to Your

Wilbur. KIrkland of Macclenny. i; Starke New Home s t.

.LF
(Card:: of Thank"I I The State of FloridaIt H

We are sincerely their I Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and r ,
friends and neighbors for
To Acquaint You With Your City.
kind of /
MOBILE HOMESREYNOLDS many acts sympathy i i
during our sad bereavement! j I
Our appreciation cannot be I If you are new in the area, a phone
adequately expressed.The .
family of call will bring you a prompt visit COASTALOILCOMPANY
Felton Troy Smith
INDUSTRIAL PARK I from your local hostess. Please give

her a call! She has maps and many
Adjustable! Vinyl Book
Box 455 Green Cove Springs, Florida Coven. All size 30 cents ea I free and wonderful gifts for you
at The Telegraph. from local businesses.
I Main Street Lake Butler

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M Fuller dash of water' frequently I Office of Tan ABMMior___--_--_____________..?__ il.133.84 Estimate of ftevemirw! and IKwritptA. Bradford |C.Mintylino Estimated Expenses
Forbes
ver and Rev other vounteers makes the plant miserable. Office of Tat Collector_.______--_.__-_*.______-__ 21,133.84 % Forfeiture' Fund Coimtruvtlon. (Special. Time. bnpoult) Bradford County

25 Years I Often the soil in the bottomof Salary. Circuit Judge_.____u .---.---. ___h___ .__ 825.12 For the Fiscal Year Ending September SO. 19K8/ For the Fiscal Year Ending Septpmln-r 30, 1968
Ago ________________________$917,40258!
Construction
Lawtey city Council: pass- the container becomes dry Salary Circuit Judge Secretary________-*.--____ 1386.00 Taxes 1.883 Mills on asHeMot] valuationOf Courthouse

ed several ordinances controlling causing the plant to wilt or Salary Cor/nty Judge_____________.-__._,-------- 9000.00 $42,505,00000\ _____________._______._______$ 58,908.89Fines \ Total Budget ___________________:-____________ 837.402.G8;

By Alice McGarvey the sale of beer and die. Keeping the plant:' roots Salary Cf runty Judgo'n Assistant' & Clftrks! ______ 11'/UOOO; & Forfeitures. "__"._, ....________________ 40,00000 This la :a true and correct copy, of the Budget as adoptedby
till kill
playing of Jook oigana These soggy them. with water Expenses Other Thnn Salaries County '''Judge____ ''3,451.30* Confiscated Equipment __.________.,___*._____.__..__ SOOOO the Board of County Commissioners ot Bradford Countyon
i, zoning
With gaso'lnn'! and tires ordinances the town a dealt 9 o'clock with curfew Most foliage plants grow .Salary &. Expense, Juvenile Judge AJ Council____ "2,00000 Tax: Redemptdon--------------__._-,-__...__'__"__ 200.00 August 10 1067.

rationed by wa.-Ume test fictions i on the sale of beer, and well at temperatures between Salary, 'SuperviHor of Elections____.___.4&-______ 1800.00' Civil Fees _____ .__ _______...__..___._.__. __._____ 2,00000 CHARLES: A. DARBY, Clerk Circuit Court

some local residents playing of organs on weeknights 60 and 70 deg rees. Mileage:' & Per Diem Supervisor of'";Elections____ :30000 Total Estimated Receipts______.__._--, ------..-$101,60889 D. L. SHUFORD.. Chairman

. dusted oft the surrey; took and 10 o'clock rn Sat- Therefore, in summer pro- salllrY'State Attorney.---_--_____-s,2---- '' 417.00 Less 5 Per Cent__ __..__ .___________.___________ 5,08044. .
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I Dobbin the out of retirement In urday nights. Also passed tect the plants from being Salaryy, Assistant State Attorney ', '93 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts______________ 98,52845 Estimate of Revenues and Receipts Bradford County
back pasture cracked the In
; whip, yelled "gld-a-yup" and was an ordinance prohibiting broiled don't alive by roast sun the rays.plant Secretary & C. Report._.._____...__...__.,,-______ 1,08000 Balances to Be Brought Forward: C sh._________ :5,00000 Construction (SpwrliU. Time Deposit>> )

drove to town. the sale of midnight groceries to Sun-from roots winter by placing the con- Salar/// Janitor_____...____________-- --..-_J::.___., ..,S1I.44Ml1lritenance Total Estimated Receipts. and/ Balances__________$101,52841\ For the Ftanl Year Ending ptrmher 30, 1B6R

William Sapp bought a Saturday day midnight>:! Mayor George tainer on a radiator. A Repairs Court.'houseul: ,,--- SOO.OO (Millage Levied Last Year 1.72; Estimated This Year 1.383 Interest __________________r_____________________$ 16000.00

"hack" In St. Augustine and F. Young said these ordinances Plants are also like peoplein Cou/thouse Annex Utilities & Fuel___if:_:_?',__ 4,70001V) Total Estimated Receipts _______________________ 16000.00

The Telegraph published a would be "strictly en- that they like their food 3f& 'ntenanco & Repairs, County\ Buildings___._ 300.00) Leas 5 Per Cent ______________________________ 80000))

picture in a-n August 1942 Issue forced." served at regular intervals. ',SIt ary, Attorney to Board-..-....._-4vra le" ---- 2500 Estimated Expense, Health. t'nlt Fund 95 Per Cent of Estimated; Receipts ___u_________ 15,20000 !
of the rlj. Passengers
The best suggestion on feed Bradford be Forward Cush __________ 822,20258
Mileage & Per Diem Attorney to Boards.125.00, : County Balances to Brought :
clerk of the circuit
were asked plants Is to follow the directions -
Court A. J. Thomas $:'r.. P. her Mrs.Christian W. L. Endeavor Andrews classto ing on the container. Law" Administrative Supplies________.:;,;;:.:._ .J-i..: ___ 700.00 For the FlM<.al Year Ending September 30, 1908/ Total Estimated Receipts" and Balances __________ 837,402.58

M. Barefoot C. O. Barkedale her home Friday after- Use a complete fertilizer In Elections & Registrations---) ___'___'.__._.___ 6.800.00 Sent to State Board of Health Under Chapter

and Will Bumey did .the noon for a swimming party. tablet or powder form.If 'Cfmnty' Free Library._..__.-.-.--._-' ______ 15000.00 1M02/ Florida Statutes_ ._________________ ..___$10,103.55 Estimate. of Itc-\'n. and Receipts Bradford. County

driving- Refreshments were served there are no directionson ''C, )tuners( Inquest& Fees__:..__..__.____...-_______ 200.00( Total Appropriations____________.___. .__..__ __$19,103..M/ Sinking (Reserve.) Fund

after swimming to guests the container, nix one Oommodlty Program____--%________...___,___._____ 1,350.00 Total Budget '(Should Equal Amount Available For 'the FI"c'lIl'ar Kmllng: SeptrmJxT 30, 1968

Blandingt Business formed men the near Kings-Camp Doris Payne Ruth Sibley. teaspoon of a complete gar-of Relief Allowance -.-...-'".__.___: __i.: .....__ 1000.00 I for Budgeting, Form CF-41S)___.______..____$19,10355 St' Petersburg Dank ______.:.___--,>--..::Ll.j.; _______$ 1,14693

ey Lake Business Men's Association Grace Dlckerson. Lee Ronald Jones, I I den water.fertilizer Apply in this one strength quart v I This Is 'true and correct. copy of the Budget as adopted .Total Estimated Receipts _______;_'____:_:___:_______$ 1.146.93L

( for the purpose of Andrews Robert !.Lee Rex Payne.Biv>oking3. solution every two to four Estimated.:. KxpenwA: General.. Fund' by tho Board' of County Commissioners ot Bradford County as 5 Per Cent ____________..:__-_____:1.1_______ 57.35

cleaning up "Boom Town Truman Dlckerson Earl Mc- weeks. Bradford County .' on' August. 10 1667. 95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts. ___*.,__.,------- 1,089.38
The 33 members of the group Qruder. and Merrill C.'ohen.) University of Florida: Agri- (, For the Pineal Tear" Ending September '30, :1908 CHARLES( A. DARBY Clerk Circuit Court Balances To Be Brought Forward: Cash ,-"::Tl------ 13,265.00

forbad membership to any Mrs. Andrews was assisted by cultural Experiment! Sta- Relief Allowances (Nursing Home)--_____- _..T___$ 3,000.00 D.> L. SHUFORD Chairman Transfers (Permanent) ____;._::__:_:__"'ftVa7- _______ 13265.00

sale business consumption man allowing of. whiskey the- Miss Joan Jones and Mrs. tions researchers give these Insanity Inquiries______..__..__.._.-_____: ..__._..,tlOOOOO Total Estimated Receipts!: and Balances27,619.58: :>
or plant
on their premises. Fred Dodd.. tips troubles.on Brown diagnosing tips 'or burred ,,'- T. B. Hospital for Imligents__..____...__.;-_-J I 1200.00 Estimate of Revenues. and ItwelptH Bradford County o::

Rent control went Into effect margins on leaves meat Hospital Service for, Indigent_____ __-__'._ g.61900 Health Unit Fund" Courthouse, Reserve.
Bradford County H1t h, along August 1, 1942 on all too much fertilizer, you've Jet Bradford County Hospital___.__._.__-::-_..__ 15000.00 For, The Flftval Year Ending September> 30, 1968) KHtlmtttol: Expenses Building

with some other! high houses. apartments and the plant roots dry out, or Ambulance Service.__ ._____________..-.__.._______ ''12000.00 Taxes .4721 :Mills on assessed ,'' Brwlford. .,!Cpunty I), I?, } ,
schools In the state were air- rooms Including hotel rooms you've let the plant become Salary & Expenses, County Service Officer 3,150.00 valuation of $42. 93.000.00 __________________ 20,109.10 For the. 1Tlsrnl, Year Ending, ;September SO 1968

minded. County School I I Prices were rolled back to wind-burned. Mileage .& Per' Diem, Service Officer 12500 Total Estimated Receipts ________________________ 20109.10 Transfer To Sinking Fund Debt Seeks: ,;.R.._-----$ 32,056.23
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Board announced chairman that S.a E.course Sparks in those charged January 1, Yellowing and drooping; of Civil' Defense.'______: ____.__:._-_..____::_... 12729.92 Lees 5 Per Cent __________________. __....____.......__ 1,005.55: Transfer To Sinking' Fund' ResorvejAccount __ 13,260.00(>
1941. Area Rent Director ''leaves' Indicates soil or// gas : Transfer To General 'F''und -,;C4untyS-l 91,808.73:
aeronautics would be offeredto Mosquito Control State City County-----37,550.00 Total 'Lstiinated Receipt's and Balances __u______ 19,10305 ..7r------
William L. Duke estimated fumes, over-waterln, 'poor __ .____..._ .r l_ :'ff ..$140.12800
seniors and some juniOrS' drainage or poor soil 'aera Rezoning ____ .________ ____...._..-__-.A.:.._.... BOO.00 (Mlllage Levied Last Year +454. Estimated This Year ,4721)) Total Appropriations .... ; .-------
kith the fall term of school. that there were 15,000 piecesof Total Budget __-________..__,_._'-_.i......________$140.12500(
rental property In this tion. Small leaves ruggest Salary & Expenses 'County Agent
: section which would come 'tight or heavy soil mixture, ; Assistant & Clerks_______________...____...__ 11,01600' Estimated! Expensed Sinking (Debt) Fund, This Is a true and correct copy of the Budget as adopted?

New River opened at with the I under lack of fertilzer 01- not i (Mileage 4 Per Diem: bounty Agent__......___.._.. 175.00 Bradford County by the Board of County Commissioners' of. Bradford Countyon

32 beginning pupils in of Mrs.August Cleo An- enough moisture. |I Forest Farmer_______-__. ._ ..____ .__.___--___ 2,00000 *For 'the Fiscal Year Ending' September" 30, 1W18 August 10, 1967. % '' .

rews' primary room ,Mrs control.Let's color Weak growth on otherwise or Hgjit*! healthy green Salary & Expenses, Home Demonstration: Agent.. 8,62200 St. Petersburg Bank & Trust t bo. Interest _____.___$43,91250\ ,CHARLES A. :yDARBT'Clerk Circuit CourtD.
L. SHUFORDJ: Chairman
Jessie Lee Lazenby who I GoGardening foliage perhaps indicates too Mileage & Per Diem, Home Demonstration Agent 150.00 Principal ---------------r--------------------- 10000.00 ;

taught the upper grades had much light lack of f fertilizer, Dem. & III. Materials 4-H Camp Boys and Girls._ OJ' '75000 190199--:Reserve for Cash Balance to Be Carried '

25 pupils. root-rot or poor root, systems. Fire Control ______-.._...___.:.._______ i-=:'_... 3990.00 Forward1,143.73' :; Estimate of Krvennen and ISwvlpti" Bradford County

Yellowing. witlng-' or soft Recreation _____.__________.__.___1:______ 6,783.12 Total Budget (Should Equal Amount Available Coul.thnu..e. Riiildlng Reserve Fund
Lawtey was In tho news growth means too much heat Publicity & Public Improvement (C.C. 6,000.00)) 6,50000 for Budgeting Form CF-. 5)---) ,---.---_______$!S5,6r:;625 For The Fiscal Year Ending Septamlwr SO, 19 because some patriotic citizens _______..__.. .. .i.:._ eB&Al! ___$147,50000
Injury.
By Ilervey Sharpe' editor or root This. Is true and correct copy of the Racing .Monies >4.; ;
: a Budget adoptedby
had erected an ftlrplane Bradford County Fair Association-....._._...___ 5,00000 an
spottingtower. The tower Florida Agricultural Extension I Small leaves and: long internodes Courthouse & Annex Capital| : Expenee.: __..__...___ 1000.00 the Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County Total Estimated Rwelpts( _J---___ i-_______$147,50000
I Installed and ; Service are signs that the 10 1P67. Less 5 Per Cent ____-.________-______.-,-__.:______ 7.37300:
had a telephone plants are growing iwith too Equipment County Judye;.,..__.__.-.__,__.;_____ 72.00 on August
______________
was. manned by Chief Obserugusf- Foliage plants fire like little light or the 'temperature Equipment, Civil Det lUe_-____________.-.:..'______ 3,20000 CHARLES A. DARBY 'Clerk Circuit Court 95 Per Cent? of Estimated Receipts 140,12300

people they too, reed a is too high for tlhs-plant.' Equipment ''MoNquito'Control----_____._._."-_____ 900.00 D. L. SHUFORD Chairman Total" Estimated! Receipts and Balances ._________ 140,12500

bath. If you are Just starting a Total Approprlatlo> _-_..______ __..._____.-...__$288. 1.0t Kitlmiited: Ealwnsra| Capital Outlay Fund Bradford County

Plants scrub-down won't tolerate but takeon a house suggestions plant project on .contain here'resome !Reserve for Contingencies_____..___-._____ 5,12083 For '' he Flnral 1 ear Kndhig: September 30, 1'WS! )

dally a healthy luster with an 'Total Budget (Should Equal Amount Available Estimate! of Revenues. and Rrrlptt Bradford County Agricultural Complex __________________________ '68000.00:

occasional leaf washing. Dirty ers.Wooden tubs are excellent If)( for Budgeting. Form 'OF-415))-___.____..-...-$293,787.87This Sinking (Debt) Fund Total Appropriations ________*_____________n__ 68.000.00"Re

foliage is unattractive, especially 'since wood prevents rapid Is a true and correct copy of the Budget as adoptedby For the Fiscal. Year Ending September. 30, 1M8! er\'e For Contingencies: ______________u____ 7,49018

in an otherwise spotless drying out of the soil. Jardi- I'I the Board of County Commissioners of Bradford Countyon Balances. to Be Brought Forward I : Cash__________$2300000 Total Budget __________________________________ 75,46018
Florida room. nlers usually lack drainage August 10 1967 i 19SO-Traninfers Permanent) J----------__________ 32.0M.2J on August 10, 1907.

, s If the leaves are heavy holes, which may cause :a )1 CHARLES A. DARBY, Clerk 'Clrl'ult CourtD. Total' Estimated Receipts and Balances__________$55,056: :\ .25Rxtlmated :\ This In a true and correct copy of the Budget as adopted
I pots
with grime use soapy water watering problem. Clay
I a soft cloth and a gentle I are fine and can be painted I L. SHUFORD, Chairman i>y the Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County

II touch. Rubbing too hard will to blend with the colors in oil August 10 '19H7.DltARLES.
I cause injury the patio. I Estimated Expenses. Road & Bridge maintenance Fund :. Expenses Construction: A. DARBY Clerk Circuit Court
, Slightly dusty foliage will Brass and copper pro Ideal )I Bradford 'County( (!Special Time deposit) Fund D. 'L. SHUFORD. Chairman

I spackle If polished with a, for table and mantle ar- 1 For"the Fiscal Year. Ending September: '30: 1968 Bradford County

I 1ft's flannel cloth. Plant ixUishes rangements. But AS these Salaries, Road Department____________________$ 70,793.20 For the FlM-al. Year. Ending September 30, 1IM8! Estimate: of Kf\emie and IltH-tlpf Bradford County .*
are available at the garden containers are usually small, & 'Per : Courthouse Construction.___________________ .__..__$837,40258
Mileage Diem Road Foreman.200.00 Fund
Capital Outlay
attention to water
before j
store. But you carefu
b use supply! them be sure to read the pay and fertilizer. Other Road' Supplies.____.___,_____u...It.fc/i.; *.*8000; .00 r:Total. Budget (Should Equal Amount Available. For The. Fecal Year Ending September 30, 1M8! .

directions.The Soil Is very' Important for :Gas ;Fuel Oil, Lubricants_':" _..._____________ 8200.00 1 for Budgeting Form. CF-415))___ __ _____..__$837,40258 Interest! ____________n______________________..__ 1.50OOO( :

proper wateringof house plants. Since they (1.r.lalntenl1J1co: County Road Buildings_______..__.,__, 2.0.00I This Is a true and correct copy of the Budget as adoptedby Total Estimated Receipts, ________________________ 1,50000

plants 1s more important must survive on a very small ( Repair Upkeep Equipment_____-> ___________. 13.500OO the 'Board' of County Commissioners ot Bradford County Less 5 Per Cent ___ ._" .. __.n____________________ 7500

: than giving them a bath. Too amount give them the best Small Tools & ImpIImenU._____..-___________....__ .. 500> .00 on August 10, 1967. 115 Per Cent of Estimated; Receipts .-___________ 1,42500

:,big a disaster drink or In none general at allspells' ,1' soil mixture available. There Road Tax Due & Payable ,to Municipalities.___ 8.033.20 CHARLES A DARBY Clerk Circuit Court Balanced To Be Brought Forward _-___________ 74065.18

most house plants require; a I is no best mixture. However, Timber and Other Bridge :Materials_..___________ 4,000.00 D. L. SHUFORD. Chairman I Total Estimated, Receipts and Balances --_-______ 75,490.13:

a Insurance ________..-__________..______________..-__ 3.600.00Expen.ses. ,
thorough soaking once a long-time favorite for
.week. many homeowners Is a mix Right of Way________..___________..._ 3,000.00

Don't use cold water as It ture of two parts peat and Purchase of 'New Equipment_____.__..._.______,,___ e,8RIS.00 I

shocks the plant. A small one part garden loam soil. Total Appropriations ________-..._________._____ 123,943 '
Reserve for Contingencies 7,258.16
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NOTICE Total Budget (Should Equal Amount Available W'ULU

The Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County for Budgeting Form OF-415)---) __...____...$131,201.56, YOU

jA>> will meet on 'September '6, 1967 at 10:00: AJM. for the pur- This Is a true and correct copy of the 'Budget ae adoptedby

I I pone of hearing requests and complaints regarding: the 1067-68 the Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County; .4 :

Bridget and from day to day thereafter If if is deemed on August 10 1967.
.
necessary. CHARLES!! 'A. DARBY. Clerk' Circuit CourtD.

i Estimate of Revenue. and Receipts Bradford County L. BHUFORD Chairman
IOU' General Fund BEL il E U E

For the FlHoal 1 Year Ending September 80, 1968 I "

1 know TAXES 3.5729 Mills on assessed Estimate. of Revenues and Receipts Bradford ()County ( .
Road & Bridge Maintenance Fund
Valuation' of $42,099,000.00_________________$152,18768 .
For the Fiscal Year Ending September 30 1968
Insurance Agents License_______________..____ 225.00
Taxes 125 Mills on assessed valuation
what License-________________ 60000
Railroad &: Telegraph of 42595000.00______....__________________-* 53243.75 Onjy $$109>
Boat Registration License____________________ :50000>
Gasoline Tax 20 Per Cent of 7th Cent_______ 19,000.00, ,
Mdblle Homes License.-__...___________ 1000.00
:Motor: Fuel Tax 20 Per Cent of 7th Cent800.00
Control State 1 'INCLUDING HANDSOME CARRYING CASE
that Mosquito Gasoline & Motor Fuel Tax, County Surplus.___ :02,00000
(State Board of Health)_____--. ...____ 13,000.00 (
Auto Transportation Mileage Tax 'County Surplus

Mosquito Control Stare 11 (Road Tax)___..__.-_____.-:: ._..______ 3,1SOO.00 F
._________________ 1000.00 y
;means (State Board of Health) Tax Redemption __ .______._______________..____ 30000 "
Aid to Indigenes For this 4
Hospital
City of Starke Reimbursement Temple Avenue 4.0OOOO ,4 M4" s
t (State Matching Funds)__-__.....____.________ 2, 6n.00 ; y
Total Estimated< Receipts______._____-__.______$132,843.75'Less
___._____________.______ 4.000.00Beverage :
Occupational License 5 Per Cent_______. ________________....____ 6642.19' WORLD'S SMALLEST ELECTRIC '
f It's back-to.school shop. License______._.___________.._.___ 400.00
95 Per Cent of Estimated Recerpts.__..___. 128,201.56;
ping time and people Adv. Delinquent Taxes from Tax Collector-______ 1000.00 ADDING MACHINE '
Balances to Be Brought Forward: Cash :5,00000
from everywhere are heading Tax: Redemption .__...._---_____________ :SOO.OO Estimated --------..n': ,
sad Balances.
Total Receipts _.__ $fSl,201.56
for fabulous new County Judges Office (Receipts)_____.:_..__:_____ ,00000 1.425 tr I #3 {T rti.
Mlllage Levied Last Year : Estimated This :
( ; )
Jacksonville.Regency Square With four Excess: Fees, (Tax Assessor)_____________________ 1,000.00Exceae I __ Adds : r e

of favorite de Fees (Tax Collector) _________________ 1,000.00 I Tear,1.23)j j I 4 S e 8 ytM+

partment your stores and doz. Grants, Donations Reimbursements I, Estimated: ExpenanHFine&: Forfeiture Fund i I Subtracts '

ens of other fine shops Mosquito Cont. Local)_______________- :5,00000 _
Bradford
County
_
you just can't beat it Federal Relbursement Civil Defense____________ 9,289.96 ", Multiplies _
For tile Fiscal Year Ending! l September 30, 1908
_
anywhere in the South. City of Starke Civil Defense_________________ 3200.00 : ,t _
Salary, Prosecuting Attorney for County________$ 300.00 i Credit _
(t's big it's cool, Miscellaneous. Revenue (Other Revenue Receipts) SOOO.OOPermanent' Balance
'Filing Fees& Costs, Clerk Circuit Court' ________ 2. 00OO- _
it's beautiful. Transfers (Racing Monies) ________ 102,378.75Total : | _
Witness & Jury Fees CircuiL----______.... 20000 _
it's exciting it's handY) Estimated Receipts___________._.________S309.250.39: -
::.
Other Court Costs Fees...-...... ----__- 2,00000: TOTALS TO
Lean, :5 I Per ent________...__.._____. _-'-__..____ 15.462.Ji2> --- 999,999.99
/ ___ __
See for yourself! : Witness A :Jury Feee County __*____ 300.00'
95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts__________..__... 293,787.87
Conviction Fees, County Prosecuting Attorney._ 3,00000-! :
,
.._________
Total Estimated Receipts and Balances $293.787.87 'Inquest Physicians Fees.__.________.__.,._______ '223.00
(Mlllage Levied Last' Year, 3.079; Estimated This Year 3.3729)F.4tbnat..d ) Maintenance & Repairs County Jail_____.______ BOO.0 At Last! A Portable Electric Adding Machine With The

'Eegeucy) Supplement. Public Defender__._________________ 2632.00 Touch Speed And Keyboard ,Arrangement Of A

'Salary of Sheriff_____?.____..._______.._--_____ 9000.00 ,
Square ( Expense, General Fund Salary Deputies &: Assistants ___-______________ 46,022.00Expenses Heavyweight Machine.

Bradford CountyFor Other Than Salaries( ....______.._____ ,20840.00
tlANTIC BLVO AT ARLINGTON IXP"",. the Flwat Year Ending September SO, 1968
Investigations ....__._ 8,000.00 APPROVED AND ENDORSED BY PROFESSIONAL
ALT US, 1 AT STATE RO 19 ________.._________$ 9000.00 ------ ----------- 'I ,
Salary, County Commissioners Equipment, Cars, Radios efc.____...___________.__ 6, 00.00 10 KEY OPERATORS;, INCLUDING CPA'S.
Mileage, Per Diem, Expense, County Commissioners 2.000.00 Total Appropriations __________$ 91.019.00 PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS'! BOOKKEEPERS
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_______________ ,
Insurance County Commissioners 1,000.00 9019County (Not to Exceed) ____u_____________ 1,509.45: % i' Ji"k"
Legal Advertising Del. Land etc.________________ 7.20000
94196-Sheriff ((10 Per. Cent of Total Budget)____ 3000.00
Communication Cost ____.. ._____..________. -- -- 1200.00 Total Budget (Should Equal Amount Available Compare With Machines Costing Twice As Much!

FROM STAUKE In Discharge Fee Prisoners_________________________ 10000 '
for Budgeting Form Cr-415).v--i: ) : _________$101,528.49 r
Jacksonville take I-9S 6applies, Expense County Commissioners___...____ 1500.00 SEEING IS BELUiVING
This la a true and correct copy of the Budget as adoptedby
I North exit on Alt. U. S. Salary Clerk to Board______________ _____--___ 9000.00 the Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County!
.1 and follow signs to Mileage, Per Diem Clerk & Finance Officers__ 200.00 ,
August' 1987.
10,
beaches about 7 miles. I Insurance County Offices___ .____ _________u_..__ 2950.00, on CHARLES. !: A. DARBY Clerk Circuit Court BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

i Court________:.._ 750.00
I.a.. . Fees & Recording, Clerk Circuit D. L. SHUFORD Chairman t'
:Supplies! Expenses, County Ortlc' .-_.._______ 5,00000 -.
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NEWS\/ ABOUT Frances" is the daughter of L a BINCJUA1R SUPT.State .

Rev. and Mrs Wari'tn W Plays This 'Weekend At Florida e'iurlda PHHon ono 3t I17 General Murrhee Insurance, Agt

of Lakeandi.
Willis
SERVICE MEN 'A Guide for the Married Morse's rules are demon- Adjustable Vinyl Book Fire Casualty Marine
less than 18 stars Auto Bonds
by no tap
light-hearted epotuIllusfrating
Man a ,
David W. Kirkland, son of various situations and comedians Including Art!: Covers. All sixes 30 cents e. Keystone Height 473-4788

A.....' ............... Mr. and Mrs. Wilford E. Mc- :I II ', which the a husband who I Carney, Lucille Ball Polly at The Telegraph.
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Capt. Vornicp O. Ragsdale Craney of Lawtey, was pro- thinks he wants to roam can I II Bergen. Joey Bishop, Sid Cea-

Son of Rev. and Mrs V. J, moted to Army Specialists I got himself Into, plays Sunday. ear, Willy Cox, Jayne Mms-
Ragsdale of Stnrke. leccntly while serving with the 630th Monday. and Tuesday Aug. field, Hal- :March Louis Nye, Come Where The Action Is .

arrived for ,July at Ai.diews Police Co near Cam 20-22 at the Florida Thcttre.. Carl Reiner, Phil Silvers, Tar
Air Force Base in Maryland.Dr. Military I Academy Award winning ry-Thomas, Ben. Blue, Ann
Rjgsdale a medical of- Ranh Bay Vietnam. I Walter Matthau, who pliiyH a Morgan Gullbert, Jeffrey I I { BOBBY'S HIDEAWAYWALDO

:I'er. is assigned to the Kirkland is a ration-run I husband with an 11-year itch.Is Hunter, Marty Ingles, and

Headquarters Command:! which driver in the company and I the would-be rover who Sam Jaffe. I LIQUORS}

Supports and services Air entered the Army In June?I would like to getf' away/ from Other lesser known talents t
Force Headquarters in the following graduation : I his wife, lovely Inger l Stevens. who aid the stars in the "tech ]Music by "The Poor Souls"Wed.
1966 demonstrationare / Fri. & Sat. Nights
nical advice"
Pentagon: and other units In from Bradford County High I Actor Robert Morse rlays a ,
who Matthau rules sti-eh lovely girls as Sue'
friend gives
the A Washington 1959 graduate: area.of Okee- School. ? --- 'about how to successfully get Ane Langdon, Claire Kelly GO-GO CONTESTWednesday

tho bee High School Dr I IJt. Stall Bgt. Monroe Grittls, y5 away without the wife findIng and Linda Harrison.IN II Nights
son of Mr and Mrs. leonard, out.Dale.

Oriffls of Starke, supervised % ii Discount Prices on Package Goods
: a group of advance:{ Individual ', I

trainees In Co. E, 7th .
Engineer Battalion in the w r Carnegie THE BRADFORD CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT OF One Mile\ North of Waldo U. S. :Jot Iii I

construction of a float bridge FrX RtDA.CASE .
I y. :: NO. 123;
at Fort Carson Colo. Set MARY ELIZABETH WILLIS, ,
of 17 Course -- --
Oriffls In a veteran alga known aa MART -
HOITag years' service In the Army, ELIZABETH WILCOX, -
Plaintiff,
I and plans to return to Forlda I To Start Here ''v..*.

I I after his retirement. Before' B O. WILTJH Defending !!! pleasure trip will do you good!
coming\ to Colorado, he was
j !NOTICE!: OP Bl'ITTO
I' George H. Pierce, presidentof
stationed in Germany : B O. WILLIS,
$ the Starke Rotary Club' Whone. roHlrtenua. .. la Un- "
ins address Is: S. Sgt.
: aeCLOSE has announced that the world known. o
Monroe T. Orlffls. RA-1430- Dale Course You are hereby notified thatan f.O"1A"
. 5988 Co. E 65th Eni Bn., famous Carnegie under the action for divorce has been
will be given here filed against you and you are
APO San Francisco, Calif. sponsorship of the club.. hereby required to aurrc a copy
w nt your written defenne to It,
e 96225 Leslie Libby The first Dale Carnegie If any on Th.ron A. Yawn Jr., \\.I\Gt
Course was given in Now i Plaintiffs Attorney whoa* ads \
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I dreHfl li Bradford County Court
Services HeldThursday York City in 1912 and has now HouMe, Btarke, Florida and. file
spread to most of ,the free tha original/ with the Clerk of r RESORT
( For Sets Art Goal the above styled Court on or
PRICESOn world. More than two million
OUT before Auvuat 28. 1997. othnrWIMB ..... .
:Thomas L. SappThomas succesH-rnlnded men and women a Judgment may be entered -
Hjralnnt for relief
the
graduates.The you
I are demanded In the complaint. fALL IS BEST OF ALL IN THE SMOKIESI Enjoy the peace:
I* Sapp, 71, of (Second In a aeries on local blued you have it Made course is designed to W1TNKH8 my bend and the and quiet of the mountains' riot of colors in autumn .
Starkp died 1 Tuesday afternoon Libby asserted.: help people gain additional Heal nt said Court at fltarke.. .
I ai Llats.lBy J I crisp, cool days...refreshing restful nights. wonderful
AllNF In the Veterans Hospital Making living for himself and self confidence, Florida thin 32nd day of July
; 1961REBELS Alice McGarvoy a courage 1867. food. Come back feeling fresh asa', breeze. If you like,
,, at Lake City following an ill- I and his wife Charlene consists thus freeing themselves from CHARLES A. DARBY ae activity' there's dancing horseback riding craft
I ness of several months. He Leslie L. Libby Jr. has an I I of a regular job with the feeling of Inferiority and Clerk Beulah of geld Court making, wilderness square pack trips bear and boar hunts, boating -
M.
was born Feb. 8, 1806 In Trenton ambition for his future. He i j Libby Sales & Service on self-consciousness. Those tak- Deputy Clerk.Moody fishing-lots morel! Furnished cottages loj e. Rates
I and had lived In Bradford knows where he wants to go!I I Temple Avenue the business ing the course are taught to 7/27 tt /17NOTICH lower after September IS-less crowded. For rescrvatlonx
County since 1941. He was a and he knows how he Intends owned and operated by:. Les-i express themselves better In phone/ 4982211.
World War I to there. What'smore ; well as private con \ or MAIM'
veteran of Bap- get lie's father, L Li Libby How public as
Sealed
tint, and a retired carpenter. he already has a good far in the future a fulltimeJob versation. A part of the 14 In the, office Ridawill of 'Huxlnona he received Manaitor. Send for ,

Surviving is his wife, aura. start in that direction.His !In Illustrating is has not sessions Is devoted "to memory / Florida stat. Prlaon. P. FREE COLOR FOLDER: Dept. D8, Fontana'Yiliape, N.C.WrRE
Pinner Sapp, of Starke; one ambition is to be one been caculated at this point. training as well as development O.up to Box and 221 not, Italford.later' than Florida 10:00

son, Wayne Sapp, Lake City: ; of the top ten Illustrators, The' art course was' made in many other A M. Aur. 25. 1007, for I pa.es.
a brother, James Sapp, Trenton especially of the female fig- possible through the O. I. education leadership areas. anger car 5 J/4 ton pickup

AMBASSADORSSEDANS ; and one sister, Mrs. Florence ure, In the country. Ills bill. LJbby'a mllltarjr; Pierce said ,the Rotary ClubIs which trucks are and surplus 1" dump; !Ie truck the,

I Gay of Fairbanks. means of accomplishing his service was spent near the pleased to render this serv- needa of the Instltullon. Yes

Funeral services were held ambition consists of a cor- cradle'of' the world's great ice to the community by|

:at 2 p.m. Thursday In the New respondence course in com- art, but he had little chance bringing the Dale CarnegieCourse !I

AND WAGONS Prospect Baptist Church near mercia art, -and lots of hard ''to see the great paintings to Starke. A cordial
Cross City with Rev. Meltnn work. He began both several ancient architecture,, or scul invitation. is extended to everysuccessminded :

Gardner officiating. Intermentwas months ago. I pture. "Too busy putting up person to Join I
in Summervillle Cemeterywith "You can work at :a Job to radar stations for the ,Air this group ,that Is now form-i LOADEDWITH

Prices Slashed To The Bone! DeWitt C. Jones Funeral make a living and Son can Force" he explained. Llbby'i Ig. For further Information Starke,?,
Home of Starke In charge of have a hobby that you enjoy military service largely spent' call any member of the

;arrangements. I II but when the two are com- In Turkey, was finished in Rotary Club. j iI

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..".;..-I; IIREBEL While stationed In Mobile, I

GET CASH ) I Ala. Leslie met Charlene, I GOOD USED
550 who later became his wife. camper In parts of North Carolina ,

I The couple lives, on North and Tennessee. |
2-DOOR w IMMEDIATELY Water St. in .a little house Dale Stokes spent the

which has a room that was weekend with his mother,
'I 1 STD TRANS. HEATER easily m-idc" Into' a studiio. Mrs. Betty Norton, in Lake

{ Thorp, after work and on Hamilton. I I TYPEWRITERSAt
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., $2168.72I Pr $25 TO $600 weekends 'artist Libby'Is .un-' Pvt. Patrick W. Castlen,
disturbed, So also are his enroute' from Ft. Leonard
materials because It has been Ktiox, Ky.,
!I Includes Tax and Tag Wood Mo. to Ft.
agreed that nothing shall be 15-day leave
is spending a
DO YOU HAVE. touched except when ho givesthe with his parents Mr. and
O..K.. unless It Is. a little
Too many payments to make? floor cleaning At fll'st'ln the Mils. Monday Leroy Stokes.night of Houseguest the Low Low Prices !

of good housekeep
Every '67 Rambler Is -Too. many bills to pay? ing.interest Charlene said, she usedto Stokes' were a buddy of Pat's'i
Leslie's Pvt. Gilbert Ouerra of Tam-,
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try,, to "tidv UD"
RED TAGGED work: table. and paints. Char- pa. |
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DO YOU NEED rne Is very understanding Pvt. Patrick W Castlen SEE THESE
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and enthusiastic about her and Tony Castlen were weekend -

EXTRA CASH NOW? I I I husband's chosen IteMl\ i. although guests of Alan Smith in I

she does nob have," any Auburndale.Mr .

HUNTER'SMOTOR LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR I desire to try painting 'helseLf.I : I and Mrs. Leroy Stokes GREAT VALUES IN OUR .
I Leslie has a brother Bob-, and son Charlie, were! weekend -
11fONEY PROBLEMS ': by. living In Orando who, !is guests of Mr. oral) Mrs.'

also Interested in a. career In Kenny Frank in Lakeland. !:

'I I art. Ills two other brothers Mr.and Mrs. Harvey' Phlpps
We Are Trained To Help! I I and two sisters have: shown of Jacksonville are visitingi

CO. I no special Interest. But' Bobby with Mrs. Alberta Stokes and AUGUST SALEROYAL

who is taking the ,same daughter Ruby. I
Town Finance Co. commercial art course, :has
I Mr. and Mrs. Roswell(! Ke1-
1918 N. Marion St. Phone 752-4084 already sold some portraits" y and family of Cincinnati.!
!! 226 N. Temple Ph 964-7449. I his special field. Ohio spent several days last
LAKE CITY. FLA. Although Leslie Is primarily I
: interested In Illustrating, week with his mother, Mrs.'I' KMM ROYAL HHE

he must as a pupil do All the Doris Kelly.
assignments required of the Casey Atkinson spent sev- "The Old Reliable"PICA Extra Clean Elite Type

I course. Many other rubjects eral days ]last week with relatives TYPE WRITES LIKE NEW

Portables have been tried and he In Apopka. :

The Itimatc in Electric fields shows especially proficiency cartooning.in other children Mrs. Ernestine of Gainesville Dukes! were and I I Only $55ROYAL $.85

With the determination visiting Mrs. Ethe Russ Fri-

THERE'S SO MUCH MORE ands apparent talent.wh1c" day.Mr.
this young artist brings to and Mrs. Ronald! Wig-
TO SEE AND TRY IN A ROYAL HE
Q.. ''SHOULD WE' ELECTRA COME IN his chosen work, he may be gins and family of Gainesville FP .
SMITH-CORONA. well along the road to his
were visiting Mr. and
GET AN ELECTRIC TODAY, AND SEE WHY goal. Mrs.. Lawrence. Wiggins Sun- Late Model Gray Finish! ELECTRICThe

OR PORTABLE. ? BROADSHOULDEREDELECTRIC ONLY SMITII-CORONA OFFERS '! A REAL BUY) '

.. PORTABLE-FOR YOUR OFFICE YOU ALL THESE; day.Mr.. and Mrs. Zedra Hamilton Ultimate in Typing
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--e AT HOME-by SMITH-CORONA ASSURANCES and Mrs. Eva Karrell .$125

1 Here' a perfect example of Smith- m.BROOKE'R', are vacationing In Oatlln $155All
= Coronas master craftsmanship! A complete burg Tenn. and parts of

et/f electric typewriter built into a handsome ........-_ i .) Stokes.AAAAAA.AAAAAAA.AAAAA South Carolna this week.
By Joyce)
portable. So many conveniences: :._ They will spend several: days Above Are Standard Office Machines
TU -"
inexpensive Changeable Type for lan ....aear.e with Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
science: and math. Page Cage ", "
GUARANTEE Any Smith. Croft In Tullahoma Tenn.
ewer automatic electric Mr. and Mrs WilliaM (Ned),
main will
l bearing Corona branch office
Mrs. Croft Is the sister of
repeat actions even electric shift and replace without charge Hicks and family spent last Smith-Corona 'Galaxie' REMINGTONPORTABLE
A., EASY! ( spacing. has everything : plus a 12*"* @ ahipping(except )for ana labor part that end week vacationing In Tennessee rell.Mrs. Hamilton and Mr. Har-

tJI! carriage for king-size jobs. proves dafaoijve within and other states.
SMITH-CORONA'
Mr. and Mrs. Paul' Emory PORTABLE
9 years of purchase" date. Mrs. C. L. Atkinson spent
No labor charge within dinner guests along
ELECTRICS ARE_ /I 9O daye of purchase.Warranty several days last wees In Au- were
PORTABLE! ,,MyEy p covers all parts burndale and Winter' Haven. were dinner guests along with I ONLY SLIGHTLY USED In Best Condition
except motor, rubber Bill Mussewhlte of Belle Oade
cast Pta t4TS' cell or Mrs. Atkinson's sister; Mrs. I
This ilUtael, vinyl-clad carrying parts energy
3 is yours st no additional sharp! charger after 90 days. Rosa Smith. Is critically 111 i' of Mr and Mrs. Kent DokeIn $105 $55
Does not cover damage Alachua Saturday titght.
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from accident or mlau.e.nd.xtanda In the Winter Haven hospital.Mr
Recent visitors of Mr. and
only to orig and Mrs. Horace, stokes -
Mrs. A. B. Adams were Dan
Inal owner.Yts
Jr. and family spent last
Doyle of Chicago, HI. and
we a complete selection weekend in North Caroline' I
carry
Norman Howell of New York. ALSO -- TYPEWRITERS FOR RENTDAY
with Mrs. stokes' parents.We .
of models, colors and type srvleslinanelectricrypewriterthespcede Sorry to hear that Little
It's true! Everything you could want are sorry to hear that
William Earl Tetstone Is a WEEK OR MONTH:
A. B. Adams' mother fan!
$10 Gift, Certificate To patient In Bradford County
the hospital in Lake City
the that professional touch Hospital with penumonia. We I
ease On
1967 Graduates Any with a heart attack. Mr. Ad- BRADFORD
are all in this stylish! Smith-Corojja.! ams' two young sisters 'are wish him' a speedy recovery.! COUNTY
Over $100
Portable Douglas Futch of Titusville
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staying with Mr., and 'Mrs.Adams
was the weekend guest of Mr.
here until their mother -
and Mrs. George Tetstone.
is able to return to her TELEGRAPH
Mrs. Annie May Jones of
home. We wish her a speedy I
Oalnesvlllu, was visiting Mr.I
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH recovery.' and Mrs. George Tea toneSunday
Mr.and Mrs. N. Ov HayesJr. afternoon. I PHONE 964.6305J
and family spent last

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