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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 7, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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3 Timber i':'. ;a q1,4 .,r:. wp City Vote BoardDemands < :
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Three timberland own- 1 Starke residents will Courthouse '

ers have indicated they r't vote next Tuesday, Sept. ,

will enter appeals from a 12, on three city posts for

Circuit Court decision that which the races are grow- .

they must pay their 1965 ing: more heated each day ., ., Architect
Bradford ttt
taxes
County one city official says as w,

based on assessments as ? .' election day draws nearer.

fixed by Tax,, Assessor As It has from the start, the Criticized

Gene Long. chief of pollee race between .M .
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Oilman Paper Company paid Incumbent Chief Bill Rosaer, ''te ,\. Il f
Its $7.068 bill last week a six-year veteran and new 5 '

representing. the balance duo ---L_ __ _' _0'__ -.- -- comer Bobby Biggs, an auto ,, ', M' ,K;, For DelayFeeling
on 1965 taxes plus Interest body repairman, seems to be
and'! certain court coses. A Jacksonville man was apparently killed hiHttmtly In the 1JM15! Oldsmobile sending the most smoke. Both +a. ,

Tax Collector J. R. Kelly above' when It went out of control, hit a culvert mid turned over Just nuuth of candidates' have been busily ) :
ignored by Ar .
said yesterday ha had Just re Lawtey ou U33O1.Man stumping the streets and ringing ?
chitect Frank and
ceived a check for $1.270 from doorbells. George

Nelson Blocker. of Lake City, Both are natives, of Bradford r i rt, + growing more and more

one of the five plantlffa In Killed !In 301 CrashCalm County. Rosser Is running! on impatient at the lack of

the suite, but had mailed !It his record, saying his depart- 4 ,, C progress on Bradford's

back with the notation thatIt ment I Is. operated'' efficiently proposed new courthouse
was 29.30 short of :the full Biggs is given a good chance
on Bradford' highof Lawtey on US-301. report of Sgt. B. H. Spears the Commission
County
amount owed. Kelly jald that of the Florida Highway Pa in the race beaus of his
the Labor Day: The 1965 red Oldsmobile
ways over Wednesday the archi-
Blocker, like the other plaintiffs tech well-known family name. His h gave
had' made a partial pay- Weekend was shattered early coupe left the pavement and father was Dr. E. L. Biggs, a ; .... t > tect a two-week deadlineto
Bennett pronounced ,..
Monday when a Jacksonville traveled 242 feet \off the was -- ---.'" -- --
ment of 1965 taxes computedon local physician show
Brad- some progress.
Robert Beecher Ben- and struck cul- dead-on-arrival at the
man. highway a
of the
New officers Bradford Strawberry Cooperative
the basis of what they
ntt, 33. lost control of his vert turned: over, and landedcar ord County Hospital. Still In The two council seats could Clerk Charles Darby was
deemed to be the correct candidate too. seem pleoiuxl' with charter Just received from the Secretary
belong to
he any Instructed to write
and was killed just south on !Its top according to the the ear' after the crush Oeorge
valuation of their lands. Blocker was apparently! killed Instantly The three candidates o-eeklng of State. From left Ijanton Morgan\ Jr., vice president; who lives In Palatka and auk

paid 648.01 at that time the Group 4 seat are veteran Jimmy GankliM prowM-nt; and Arthur GuHklns Hecretary-. him to Kelly said; and In hi remittance city politician Ewell Lawson meeting Sept. 20 with e'ltdence'that '
The total )loss
For Timber Suit CostsCounty car was a treasurer
this week deducted a with damages estimated $!,- 59; Gerald Williams Inde- some progress is being
four per cent discount on pendent Telephone employee, made on plans for the new'
that amount. Kelly .said' he 700.The and A. O. [Art] Loudon. retired Group Organizes courthouse. Several members

could not allow the discount accident occurred at Clay Electric en lneer. of the Commission wanted'to

however since Blocker had: SuesSchool 7 a. m. just .8 miles south of Three more candidates are meet sooner with the architect

made only a partial payment Lawtey at the Intersection of also after the one-year GroupS but agreed to Commit-,

Initially. He said that Plocker 301-S. term: W. H. [Billy J Noegel. Berry Co-op stoner Jerome Johns suggestion
should have remitted $1,29989 Starke automobile dealer; P. of the two week dealline. !-,

for the total balance due. T. Nolan retired Bradford -..:,

"I have notified him that if Love BugsShould school adminlttrator, and W "He's lust Ignored i iusl".'!

he doesn't send the full Board E.. (Bill Owen dry-mill operator Commissioner Buck Norman
amount by noon Tuesday. I Last for duPont. flatly elated: Norman aakt'',the

will advertise his lands for City_Clerk Merrill Wwards J! Is Set architect had been asked to

.sale for delinquent taxes," .. .. ,_. 5- 7 ,.Days reported Wednesday that0 Policy meet the Board"Wednesday find .h
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Kelly said., absentee ballots have Already the meeting ,before that,, but
Chancery proceedings will be instituted against the Love bars which have
been cast with a. week still did not appear. .
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Bradford County School Board to allow the Board to Infested Bradford County
to He predicts a total of calling
go. Norman suggested
pay its pro rata share of the county's court costs in should last only S to 7 73 to 100 absentees, whichwould Permanent officers were elected by-laws adopted, the architect to tell him '1t

the suits against the five timber firms. days County SanitarianJack be enough to swing a and a marketing agreement unanimously approved ata ha can't produce' we'll get

County SchoolEnrollment .u Trawlrk told the close vote. About 200 new* meeting of the new Bradford Strawberry Cooperative somebody that will. Commissioner

I Yawn Bouncy. told the Attorney County T.Commission A.- Supt. Tom Casey, althoughthe nesday.A County. Commission Wed voters got their names on the .loaf.", .I.EVirlav..,u".1 nlartlf"!.".. ___ _____ __ Jessie. ChutAln backed

that the School School Board as a whole rolls before the books closed James t Jimmy 1 Oasklns may develop. He also expressed Norman up.' She drew a laugh

I Up Board receives about 60 per has not been Informed of thecounty' State Board of Health bring the total registered to who has been serving as tem appreciation to W.T. Menasco, when she apparently thought
l entomologist cave out that about 2.900.Edwards marketing specialist with the Norman was making JiI8-
cent of all proceeds when intention Yawn porary chairman of the
Information. Trawlck said, motion. and quipped
has predicted that statement a
I State Department of Agriculture
the timber taxes ero paid said. organizing committee w a selected
but didn't know where the 1,700 a better than usual valuable assistance "Do you need a second \
for his
Enrollment at BradfordCounty's and the Commission only 40 The Commission unanimously prealdent; L e a t o n ,
eight schools has per cent. The School Board voted Wednesday to take seemingly prolific Dug turn-out, next Tuesday. Morgan, Jr., vice president; during the organizing for that T" .

I Increased slightly' over last he says, has no authority to the action. breed. They were limited to Mayor Carl Hurst, City and Arthur R. Gasklni, sec- period. Chairman Dave Shuford<<

year's total of 3,700 etudents. pay court costs !In a suit. In said north Florida he mid. Clerk Merrill Edwards and retarytreasurer.It Under terms of the market- brought up the courthoulrwith
Action
School Supt. Tom Casey which It was not a party. planned. Yawn Main trouble by the halts Ckftrndlman Jimmy McSRae announced that negotiations ing agreement, each member the statement "At least
will have
was
ba suit but will
a
reported the following tentative Judge Yawn says. hoe been at local motets were !given their posts for the already under- producer must sell to the cooperative 10,000 people have asked me
the effect the are
of giving where tourists have declined next two years without oppo- all strawberries and- what ,the delay is on thecourthouse.
attendance figures: Law- The action to be pressed County a lien against the way for employment of a ." .' : .'y"T'te
to overnight because
stay sition.
tey Jr High-309 (Increase Is a friendly suit which has School Board" share of the manager to handle the 1968 or vegetables produced on his of
I know
of 3011); Anderson170 fro the tacit approval of one timber taxes in the amount of of the bugs. A sprayIng strawberry crop of the 22 mem. farm except for !the amount only delay not
CHILDREN'S' COMMITTEE; architect has
program has! greatly his own !Is that that
Increase]) RJE 555 r decrease reserved for use by
hers
school and ISO acres-
board member representing
share "
Its rata ((60
pro per TO TOUK ritlSON \ .Johns
that us any plans
helped< problem. produced
of about 1001) Ptarke family. He l is also permitted
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cent] of the court costa! The first fall meeting of the opproxlmately half of Bradford
Elementary 594 I Inc In- Trawlck[ even told the total to sell, at his farm, up to two said.
Two of the timber firms Bradford County Children's'Committee County's strawberry Into
"We've certainly
Increase) Southslde Eleven- Board the burs' Kcientifio flats of strawberries at any gone
; Oilman Paper Co. and Nel will be hold Monday production. "
Lawtey Mavor this thing In a hurry, one
try S80 [Increase of 351); name. [This reporter didn'tIft't one sale; provided however
Bradford School 1.- son Blocker have; paid their /It down], Sept. 11. A tour and County Agent O.T. Hugglns that the purchaser does not resell official chuckled, noting' It has
High 1965 taxes plus court costa luncheon has been arrangedat commended the member. on been three years and the
290 Increase[ of about ,801] Gets Pay RaisePaper "What the the produces,, but buys
194 and Interest from Jan. 1, common the Florida Stafe Prison. formation of the cooperative them only for personal use. courthouse Is not yet going
Hampton Elementary ->- 1966. The other three. Con- name, one eommitiNloner Members are asked to meet at and told them it is bound to

I [Increase of 30)] and Brook- work on :Mayor tainer Corp., Hayonler, and promptly asked the Civil Defense building, at succeed if they "stick to The marketing agreementalso QoIn other action, the Com..

:, er Jr. Hleh 84 (no Increase Charles Shuford's long await Owens-Illinois, are appealing "Love bugs." 11:30: am. The tour will end gether" in face of the difficulties provides than: mission:

], ed $23 pay increase was final- the Circuit Court decision. at 2 p.m. and the opposition thatbussed Continued[ On Page Two) Agreed to allow County
Casey Indicated that kindergarten ly completed and the Lawtey .Judge .T. A. Yawn to transfer
enrollment had City Council voted Monday fl,440 from his 1966-67

not been as heavy: as night to begin the raise retro budget to his new 1967-68 budget .
anticipated and felt that active to Jan. 1, when the At Bradford High to apply as salary Increases

I perhaps recent talk about increase was first voted. for his three secretaries
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discontinuing kindergarten Thel ocal bill granting the who the Judge said are .the

programs had confused raise was pushed through the lowest paid In the courthouse..

and that space for additional '67 Legislature by Rep. Eu -Was Informed by.Judge.
youngsters Is still available at gene Shaw but the Council Open Campus Policy'ondered Yawn that under the semiannual -

most of ,them. had' not been notified of Its auto Inspection law

Reports from county school passage until ,this month, passed by the 1967 Legislature

principals Indicate that Clerk Ethel Reddish said. On School officials are considerIng ] Only then Collins 1 told the school cafeteria if they across town to South- Board Member Hall agreed the county can apply to Inspect

opening day Tuesday went Shaw's suggestion the Councll /- an "open campus policy"/ Casey, would the school's liability wish. side Elementary. to ask the State Road De Its own vehicles or leave
off smoothly and that class voted the raise a second for Bradford High students In be removed.In It to the Department of Public
partment to place a caution
sold an to establish: a
open
Supt. Casey Agreed
schedule.
es are underway on official. said
make It al.o
time
tq grades 9-12 daring lunch when time to Safety. Yawn
,I requesting more campus probably won't hurt payroll deduction, procedure light on SR-100 at :SouthsideElementary.
:, The mayor will now draw the youngsters could eat off- study the new policy Temple present lunch room attendance .to assist,,teachers in having: Hall said motorists anyone with 6 certain number self-

ISO per month. campus. named several problems which which Is already down. Last monthly payments taken speed by the school of vehicles can become

VOTE Clerk Reddish sad Mondays The new policy !Was discussed must be solved. A method will year with a student body of from, their checks and be where children must cross inspected The Commission will It

meeting was 'calm and quiet. at a special School Board meetIng have to be worked out to keep approximately 1,200 at BHS paid Into a tax: sheltered annuity SR-100 creating a. dangerous have tb decide which way
Tax collector
Friday night and again at the campus closed to students the average dally attendanceIn plan. Starke Elementary situation. wants to go, he said.

CITY 13 InductedIn Ole regular meeting Tuesday, who do not receive permission the school cafeteria ,was only Principal Charles Francis Approved for payment, J. R. Kelly said thereare .In
Sept. 5. BH3 Principal Jim from their parents to leave the 484, he said. requested for the Brad at request of Architect Don about. 7,000 vehicle.
Sept. Quota Temple Tuesday requested campus during lunch; a policy Bradford County.
action Tuesdaythe ford Education Association. Morgan the following pay
In other
at the suggestion
more time to consider the move will have to be set to deal Instructed,
take 'he ments for construction: Harris
ELECTIONTUESDAY Board: that the Board) ac Jerome -
Thirteen local men will and to work out several prob with increasing student use of of Commissioner
for & Harris Construction
Refused because the tion. BEA: studied plans
be
leave for Induction Into tha U. lems. automobiles, and a new time Johns, that a letter
freedom of tax sheltered tor tad years Co.. $23.287 on the Brooker
deadline to file Department
S. Army next Tuesday Sept. "We have had a closed cam schedule would have to ba National School the written the State. Road -
and 135,332 on
to before settling on
choice forms for parents how
out
find
worked out.Temple to
12.There pus In policy, only, Temple children for a certain Variable) Annuity Co. of Hampton School) :and to '
sign : up the county ranexpect
said another
reason
are three volunteers! : sold Tuesday. Charles Batez- much money
Co. (88,-
Florida, Francis said.Agl'eed Brown Construction
school since passed,
has long
Tommy Mack Williams. James man. BI13 student personnel the open campus policy was over the next five years.
SEPT. 12 motherland to ask the Gulf 834 on the new Bradford
to allow' to parents a -
this due to the In change' of policy
Leon Nettles and William director brought the matterto proposed year The 3RD a
I Boyd Jackson.. the School Board Tuesdayand fact that 200 students will be her son, to enter their Oil Co., awarded the lchool'spetrolewn -Union Vocational Technical: has asked the county to name

Others are: Richard starling said it has the approval going back and forth between elementary grade chlWren In and lubrication Center. the secondary roads It wants
this school -Agreed at Supt. Msey'sauggeetlon
for con ,
contracts
Ronald Clane Crosby oi the faculty. Batezman said the new vocational school and Starke Elementary Supt. paved over the next five years.
tracts for this school to o evaluate the
Contributed Michael DeCanlo. Charlie tha only question was the legality the academic area now at the Casey and Board Member sear Johns said there Is no use puP
This Space route at
Hall explained that furnish written evidence that re-routing of a bus
Mack Williams.\ David Anthony of the move. present BHS site Other thanmaking' Rodney ting roads Into tha program
Weekly to Publicize Lawson, Levy McCloud\ Supt. Tom Casey conferred each student show a Starke Elementary has been their products meet specifications Lawtey so children won'thave which cannot possibly be fund
four-laned US-
asked by the Board. to cross
Harold Flnley Gerald Lee with Eldredge Collins of the pass It would be impossible to closed out after being filled ed.
Community Brent by Rainey Brady Leslie Manning State Department of Educationon know which t students were to capacity. Ray Graham lubrication engineer 301. Casey made the suggestion Under the state's new |10>
the Sinclair Refining after parent. J. S.
for a
the phone during the meet leaving the campus legitimately Met Underbill the mother'exPlalne4 000 required insurance cover
and Steve Marlin Bra.uun.CATTLF.Mi !
Board out the danger -
told the Eunice pointed
The CommunityState tha she mailed a Co. officers
ing. Collins I bearing outBoard the principal stated. age for law enforcement
Bank i'8 ASSN. Member Rodney Hall'seontentton Under the schedule proposedfor freedom-of-cholce form back that Gulfs motor oil! and In children crossing the awarded a tel contractto
the to the School Board but apparently gear lube to be sold the wide road. The situation has .
TO MEET TUESDAY that the school is the open campus policy the Charley)B. Johns Agencyto
would be lengthened !It never' received. Board does not meet specifications. been a problem for a longtime seven
Account now Insured The Bradford County Cat responsible for the students School day was Insure the county's
tlemen's Association will from the time they leave home six minutes, making school Her son. whose children in several places the fun-time deputy sheriffs ata

up to $15,000 by meet at a p.m. Tuesday, Sept. until they return said the let out at 3:21: Instead of 3:19.: recently moved from Jacksonville Accepted bids on several superintendent said. premium 'of 313 each.
12 !in the Chamber of Commerce school would have to require Students would have about 45 wanted to enter his phases of the new vocational; Awarded food scrap: bids: Instructed Road Foremaa!
Insurance. 13 minutes two' children in Btarke+ Ele!:\ school courses and Instructed to M. E. crlbba. Starke Ke-
Federal Deposit office. There will be a. a statement signed by the minutes for lunch, staff and R. H. .Jones to look at a road
discussion. of temporary winter parent or guardian of each more than on the closed cam. mentary. Both were told Supt. Casey to have his menary. Southalde. OB SR-lt which .James Davis)
Corp. grazing crops, and the student and mailed to the principal their children couli: go to evaluate them. the Bradford High for $35
forthcoming; membership drive. or School Board pus.Students could still eat tai Stark Elementary and be At the suggestion of [Continued On Page Two) Continued on Page Two) _,




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p. Mrs. Myrtle Dendy of Jacksonville Miss ChI' I a t a JOl'lIen.beckIIPt'nt

II WQ was weekend guest the weekend with lie : County Board 3 Timber Firms Ml.Tevtmnant of Malcolm POWII.j
Dec..IIIJ.
W of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. brother-in-law and sister Dr. Set To Flmt llblleat$Ion on th :: w. E.r .
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Mills end I nnd "Mrs. D. W. Whlffen while, Appeal day of Aug-im, 1887 I 0 W IE N
son. of Key West were vlnlt enroute to her home In. Miami (t/ii: it !M I i'2i, I I:10.1let' BILL

ing her parents Mr and Mrs after a five weeks visit with Demands 'Work [Continued Prom Pan One] 'I

Ray demons, over the week : nf H ILI'I:
.. GLADYS MOOTY\ her mother, Mrs. A. Joelle One of the .. Solicits Your Vole and
en _I beck, In Germany. pnrmmnt' to a Final7 Judu,",mini
Phone plaintiffs. Rayonlor I1has
961-7608 Jtlas Tina Cnson of or forCITY
High For s qualified\ pin I e\|>.Tlnrei On Courthouse filed 1'.10"1/1./ entiTid In HUP- :; Support
notice
Mrs. Springs was a Monday dinner of aPPeal, > and, Numbered l]*fl. In thii i ',iruu",' ,
Addle Wheeler of Taft: Mr. and Mrs. Pennia Wil.. iimn for jour K;hl'f vote foItll hall potted a $27.349.30:/ super- Court of Hradford, < ''tinty I
was visiting Mr. and Mrs. W,,, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie I ItOHKAr. Florida' I will ni'll Liui'a
liams and i'i""p COUNCIL
P. r children of Large)I t Cowon! ,and family. sadeas bond wlth\, the court. Cray nltuatcd i I In Bred?"rd 'aura>
Herlong the fast week. anti Air. and( Mrs: Paul Saluh; Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Moran Mr. and Mra. Brooks Paulk rContinued Ffpgj Pap Oqpl I all reguired by' law. This Fl'irldii" ,laua-ri' ,Iliod\ 1111: ZEYJI4 Group 5
Mr.
and Mrs. .
Marc JackBoh of Gainesville and daughter Karen and Miss Obnimenae ,
at
were weekend I imounit-. represents the oalanc th" Vorthi"'u"i iloinur
visited Mr. and \ and sons, Jerry and Steve. Charlotte says encroaches 8 to 8 feel iiT,, the, fi.llm\ .. ..
Mrs. H.. guests of Mr. and Leslie of Lake City owned for 1965 INK a : 4 l lllhtil '
Mrs. W. H. ) taxes
:E have returned to their home nBrookvllle. his plus Interest. (' jiiiriil ivf lanil i.. ">' For A Free Ride to the
Smith In. Williston ,, onto property. Davis .
on Sutur. I Gnhal ., were weekend guests of Mr want 5 .,.,, ,
L. ,/ and pro rata share of a'i.' mtiiiii| In tli. F a"
day.Cathy \atlas Linda Gr\gga\ of Atlnntn ., I. after spendIng and Mra. Dave Paulk. to fence his property and costs. "'11 HI tuna'f" I till) n," I I,", ,", &, Polls Call
Gllllngham of Jacksonville Ga. two months with Mrs, 'Mr. and Mrs. David Mont asked permission/ to place the 'I/a of the MotithvHMt/ 'i ,,l llion .. ,
wag home for t flic ,
'Moran/s mother, Mrs. P. A. Qwens-IUinoU has posted a fj, TuHiiDhlo it "suutli' ',I",
fence
spent the weekend with I, weekend.(:! gom her 'I Moore at Kingsloy Lake. which is In the road. a $}i99) bond! : anti has paid :: I ,,, 964-5046
I grandparents, Mr. and :Airs.: For i* qualified niuj exporlciHTilniun I and Mrs. Ed Montgomery Jr. i 111 I fiel I In tia'C" ( i 1
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pitiilknc. the required fee for an ap- Hefrlnnliitf, I thenne ,
Guy Sale. fur lit Interluchen on Monday. -Was told by Dr. A. Y.Covngton : run i South a a a a
>our jCliiffoto) r..rI r and family' were touring Ten peal, but the actual appeal 114 fnul.: thence run WUMI tUt(
Mrs. Adolph Gay and daugh. Hill RoHHer. Mra. J. A. Howe returned Health Department feat thenrun Nurth I 14 I
nor Geraldine I nessce and Kentucky the past to her home In Lakeland Sunday head that his 67-88 budget la had not. been filed up until feet: thenre.' run. Kant: I ion, rust lie Counted Vote Tuesday, Septe mber 12
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and Mrs. Eugene Mr. .and Mrs.' Bobby Welch ma.... i I 'U1." ....."' .,,... ft as...... '".L.--L... _. : .. I
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; Tanner and children were i''i and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bar-I I u Mr.: and Mrs. N. L. Wood.. after a montn visit wirn.. approximately $3,800, out of Container;: i Corporation Is 'belUved lit publli"iilo.. to n./.nnlnlf./the hllhl'8L
touring South Florida from nett of I her doubter, Mrs. it. A. New- balance since the department and hunt hinder for muSh, at
Crestvlew I
were visit burn and daughter. Candy Mr,. \ to be preparing: an appeal the ntrnnc.'H of the' (Cciunls"
Friday to Monday. I som. Mrs. Newsom had as I 1 must pay all of Its employees'Spclal
I ing Dr. and :Mrs.: O. L. Haynes and Mrs. Robbie Shaller and!L but so far has not post- Courthouse In Starke.. Florida
Jr. over the weekend. weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Security and retirement between 'I 1 1:00: a. m. and 3:00P. :
|Mrs. Betty and da .. ed bond nor filed the
Vote Register ugh necessary .
for Exvell LftwioitS Stanley Barnes of Lakeland payments. Covlngton said he m, on Hoptnmhur 11, 1D7!) at
ter Ann the week. instrument. 11:80: o'clock .
Betty spent Container A MCOUHT
l i : Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hel'seyand just wanted to give the tntormal'lon. I ( sEATs)
I lena at me wooauurn camp at. ,. owed a balance of $32,002: on
In
daughter. Denise. were and "get the Board to CHAUUEH A. HAItUY
Horse Shoe. Its 1965 taxes, to which will CM3KK CIHCirrr\ COL'RT
for
Ocala last Saturday night cry with( me.
\proJlAny type fr"ni lion. be added Interest and By Ilculah' M !Moody. BINGO
Now You .. .... the marriage of Mr. Hersey'sElbert. County Sanitarian Jack pro Deputy,, Clerk
Can Pay tp xe to C'uok-mrt.: 111'1,11I' I rata COFU.
>on, to Miss Betsy Trawick asked' the Board to HCfl..NKII>I':1II: : DITNAY
Ili.nifh, 211 I Park 'Pliu-c. The five suits which protested KIS 1 Amrrlrun" }HoiltUKi. I/If-,
Crenahuw. find a way to keen CIa County .
All Mrs. T. T. Langston of Man, the HiilldlnwJnckminvlllf.. I
county's
Your Insurance Mr. and Mrs. Comer Perry- residents f1'ODdumpln trash average Florida' : i
nlng, S. C. and Mr. and Mrs: man of Jacksonville\ will be. Into Bradford's Keystone land assessment of $78 an acre: Attoinoya. for HiilniirrIt :
W. A. Robinson and daughter on timberlands, were decide 8/Jl,
With weekend visitors of Mia. E. fill. The fill Is meant for garage I RE-OPENING I
of Sumfer S. C. were weekend In favor of the county on July
K. Ferryman Mrs. Comer > not pine trees and other fI'I'II'I'1
guests of Mrs. Arlen Mc- will remain for tho 28 Motions for new trials Th. Itrii.irurd. County Boai.
Ferryman large want that has been ,
1'u blI' liimriintlo-n,
Knight. were denied Invitee
on August 23. you
; week. placed there, he said. to hid on thn dTlly I runiovul of AT
ONE I
.
CHECK Herbert Thomas wa.< in Ml Mr.and<1 Mrs., W. H. Nollman Received a proposal from ill food. scraps| from, the follow-
ami over the weekend on busi In"r nchoirli fjr the 11167-111118
returned Friday after spend- Open Campus .
I the Caterpillar Tractor Co. Hihocjl" yviir' :
ness.Mr. ng several weeks at their on a Link-Bell dragline. JJriidfoid Ji-li: School.. Stark,

and Mrs. Charles C. summer home In. Highlands. -Was told ,by Clerk Charles Policy Pondered Florida., ST. EDWARD'SCATHOLIC
II'ohool'
Whether you iieed life health, car, Johns and daughter/ were visitIng -. N. C. Darby that a new state law Fl.Vi'lduK, Starke,
home Rev. and Mrs. John Brab .\pr..n-Any' type from llonteaneaw Continued! from Pate Onel) HontliHldo' I niHinuntary' School
or property insurance, try Nationwide' now makes women eligible for : :
itarko: Florida
ham in Davie over the week to Cook-mi Mr Alma
CHURCH
new PREMIUM PAY PLAN. All 1 jury duty the same ai! men per month: E. C. harvey $12fxcr Staike "Klrmentuiy' Hihoul.
end. lough, 211 I'urk' Pluc". SturliH' jo'''>rlllI.Aud..r. .
except In certain cases such month for Lawtpy Junior -
your premiums can l he combined and Mrs Netta underwent Mrs.Harry Mooty Is visitIng -' ....", Jr. flllfil Scliaol
Starling as pregnancy or young children High and Andewi\ JunIor I.ui w ti', )'. Kloilrla.. .
paid ,in easy installments.! Fpr details" I surgery in the AlshuaGeneral : her parents Mr. and Mra' Darby said that under Htah Supt Casey salt:! La"ley Jr.,i 1B1|| ., school: I I I

call me: Hospital last week. C. A. Sanborn In Lake Worth! the new law a questlonalre he will negotiate to obtain Uuwtij. 'luililn.( '' I STARTING!
from to Wednesday.Mra. i I Iliimpliiu>i Klcmi-ntiiry: School
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hart- Friday
must be mailed to each prospective someone to pick up the I lampion Florida" ,1
zell of DaytonA Beach were ( J. R. Hardy Is visiting I UiiK.I','-r .11." .
and fe uiwh
Juror male scraps at the other schools School:
visiting: her parents. Mrs. F. KBnlllnger :, her mother Mrs. Matfle lir'io.k'r Klorlila. SEPTEMBER 9
BILL
,
POWELLPhone male. He B-ugffeRt'url that 300 In a special session last You ,
in Bradford County Barry, who Is seriously 111 In iou 3r hhl..n I Indlvlduu I I
women be on the new Friday night the Board achuolM nil I m'huulu
964-6161 Hospital, and Dr. Bollinger. a hospital In Haines City. Itaf frit placed, of ....__ U ft__ : ,Sal U..r.r. inipily I ii format<'om.limiloii I
401 4 iimr : : HA nrbmnnupfl ii ii 8:00: P.M.\
-nw SI
W. Madison UCO B ;SI.OJK: contract ,
St over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Moore : L nn.-rm.itf I the amount of
Too"names.;; : ; ; -I
Each commissioner I to J. J. Hare to drill a food H'r"I'M| ian. be olitulnad
of Blackshear, Ga. and
I Jr.
Starke, FloridaNatiow1d Bill Ko Her best qualified will have to pick 60 women well at the new Hampton rom Individual I nrhoulH.
&uud experienced< for your Chief. I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Davis of I from his district. and awarded paving con- thr Contalnern Mohool will 'II W lie". In ST. EDWARD'S<< PARISH HALL
Ga. will be not ICIIIB
lershon, Sunday i.hoiil'
Misses Mary and Martha transfer In tracts to 1'1'11'1'1)t and. ..
l
Approved a Jack Baggett PavIng iniiMt > ulciiniMl)
Bolllnger were Monday overnight .: guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. the Sheriff's budget from I Co. of Lake City for dally by lIft MUCI.vHrul bidder AND EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE SAME
: Ritch and Mrs. Daisy Perryman lilt'l w III bn opi-nvd, In th,
of Mr. and Mrs
guests
/ on Santa Fe Lake. other expenses to salaries. Brooker School. $1,571, and .*rrin' uf i ihi. SiitxTlnt.. intent ."i TIME:
T'tnbhy Welch ,,
In
Crestview '
null u. tl n Nej.tsnilj -,.
-Discussed the road the< Hampton 'I3H7
School $2.550.
while] enroute to William Carey Mr. and Mra.\ W. L. Thomas at lu I 'mi, .\, M II' |
county is grading around Concured with BHS
;olleYiA. in. Hattleaburg Miss. spent the weekend at Clearwater ''S 11
Beach.Mr. Sampson Lake for access to Principal Jim Temole new
Miss Trudy Davis of Onan-
new lots there but took no :attendance policy\ Basically _
and Mrs. Frank L. Starl- _-_
cock. Va. has been the glies', ----
Mutual' Insurant action to change preaent plans. the policy calls for a studont- .
and
Nat cfwide' Lli. Company. Nationwide Mutual Fire Insurant* Company of Miss Jane Adams the past Ing were vlnltjmj Mr.
Imunno Company horn ollicei Columbus Ohio week. Mrs. Lonnle. Davis af Cocoa pirent-prlnclpal conferenceafter AijJEWELRY

Beach over tho weekend. a student compiles ?
-
- w- ---- -."----------- ." _: : '- -. :;l---I': :'; t... Mrs. J. W. Kittch 'was inlfew Berry COQPAgreement three unexcused' absences. I
: Port Rlchey on business -Rerouted the) Ha MaeReddish HAS
I
. KEEP, A and Wednesday. bus so the route I THE GREA.TESTVATCH\ 'j

'Bertha Pearce visited Set will terminate at tfe Jim j

Clara walls and Mr. and I Iu. Godwin Road at the State ;

I Qualified & Experienced A'k !..... ..-,. ........ .",.-."I.--.-.._' I-UI. ......:.:..........I Prison. VALUES EVER OFFEREDBiggest

Ga. over the weekend. [Continued From Page Onel -Appointed Mrs Lex I

till Ronaer bent qualified Baker as driver for the Melj j Selection
And
JHANJN OFFICE anal experienced for your Cn'e'' rose route.I Price Range Available
Mr. and Mrs. ;E.V.. Hayes --The producer shall give 24

arc visiting: Mr. and Mrs. John hours notice prior to the time \ VITA'I'ION TO lllltn I

I .Rc-Elect Ocas In Lake City for severe he ceases to harvest for the "' i't'uVttP'iG rrTR School I Time FOR THE MEN WHO HAVE

Ui ays. season. COMMISSION 'I'*,.I..U.. \s"I i<: EVERYTHING EXCEPT
EI THE
Local admittances fb Bradford --\ny loss that the Cooperative FI.OIIIII t

: WILLIAM (BILL) County Hospital this may suffer on accountof b.Competitive':received I lay Hralril the Htiite huh: Pur-will I I Is Caravclle BEST WATCH THE

J week include: Mrs. Margaret inferior or damaged condi- ,'he'Ing. .... Cmrnl.Ion. until
11\1. Learn, Ronald Underhill, tion of producfe at delivery 10:00: AM inion: dm., nlii.w'
H for sale. of su"i-ph lUM, '
nroiiertvHiptomlipr
:ROS'SERI'Ci : Smith. Mrs. L. F. shall be charged against the 1 II. 1 967 rim' Time ACCUTRONTHE

I Smith, Mrs. Carolyn Ann producer Individually.The Ou_ .
I Johnson, Mrs. Maxine StarlI 'Cooperative shall have Hid Blip nk' ., i i ndltlon I I ;i indHpflrlfUntlonH

I Ing Mra. Opal B. Bishop Phillip the, power to borrow money from the I. Htuto 1 innv, bit I'IIII'hll.'n.,,,'ihtiltn( .('II... FIRST TIMEPIECE GUARANTEED -

R. Elders. Mrs. Elsie Mae for any purpose of the Cooperative (*(),>nimlMMlun., Ronrn i, I 113V1I I -I
or the central I IIn m I). ninxhnin Uulhllnir I :, TO BE
f mar- ACCURATE
'l OF POLICE I Weber and 1<[trs. Louise Hodgesof TiillnlianHex, Florida.

._. Starke: Mrs. Mae Combs keting agency. on the security AJ.\ DayExecutive I TilE WORLD'S MOST PRECISE WATCH
of the products delivered to Dlrit of Macclenny; Rudolph Hack- '. .
Tiis| ad, is in the I feel barth of Hampton; Thomas the Cooperative.The \ Jt I K/T I $a -
_, .' paper as my oppoent'satatemenJs. I shall I Wh :; :-.
Cooperative establish -
.
I Combs of Lake Butler and .
to, the Bradford County Telegraph in the I Mrs. ElIte Miner of LawtcyAir. or adopt standards for .In. Thv. llrnildiril Cnnrt Of('.1'11..oalr,t''i.ntyPsiIwn. I&t..t.1. M" '. ... .... .-I !It{ I '.J

and Mrs. Harry Sellersof such products and shall make Of p'orl'lnKHtHtu' I . ..- .
August 24 issue should be { ""
answered. Of "II. ...
rules and Mnliolm f'ownall :
regulations .
governing
Ashevlllc, N. C. and Mr. : \: ..
'
NOTIl'K TO rltlctITO1-1a4 / : -'I! : ''''f7: :;:::; '"'''' J..
find and Mrs. Harry Sellers Jr. the handling and shipping To All Creditor And Pt-r.onHiivlnar j' )r-2' C'. .:t'" / s'..
/lStores alleys being checked at night there I 11penbuslneadoors 'j "I'' (\ .J .})
are ;
Inspectors Cluliiix I or Demand.Against .. I
: of Arden N. C. are visiting thereof and may provide ,. r ". ,. ,
10- '" ... \
checked every night including: his, weather :Mr.' and Mrs.\ L. F. Smith or graders to grade Raid Rntitti I I I ... 2' ,. .1 .., .
permHting., I by foot and patrol This has been the and the producer You and "II'h..r") "i .'1'.1' ,9" ....- \ ..... fl. \ :-{ ..
car. done 7'/j years this week. products: Murphy notified, ,nnd, r. quired, ]] '. .1 ",
..i,personajlyknow! ;, f of, For III qualified and experienced. agrees to be bound by such I to ,preflpnt. Hnv rlulmi, nnd. d*'* "\ ':: :, :: : f : I \ ; J )

I ..., for Chief grading and to observe such nuinitn which you or either of .. \ / ffi
"- man your ( vote for lutve, 1 & .
you may aKiilnut the pin- ) J
: :1o1iceiiienoiji 1 beaj (walking) It, is impossible for an officer Bill KoNner.. rules and regulations.The Into of MH|<'nlin P'n..lI.. deofamul ':" i4"i.\ '!

.tlihetk-17;( jmUefj" :of.bqplpesses;;}\ from one end of town to the otheron I' Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith Producer agrees to the. County, Into ...f HHlil of county,, to '"' ':::- i' J

: : JOL!? aml!! do! his othepj IutIs. and family were visiting 'Mrs. pay to the Cooperative for all at .Tudvo hiM attIc.T3mdfordCounty In the I .\ ... ,;' ". : S ".
I It. T. Smith on Santa Fe Lake produots delivered or disposed (" H"UM> of mill all ,,, .. .1
: ..3..Check'.street:: lights Approximately 4 hours week is over the weekend. 'of, the sum of $1 per flat (or ..ukte.. Florida: ; II'I'I'Itl'c -*I' i-; ."r. mJ'
a endar months from the lime of .. 1'
devoted Ted Connell of Starke and I flat equivalent) on all products the first ,
-checking:: : street lights, when they are found out they piibllralton thHj .s ..;
.
.' Mrs. Hattie Todd of Palatka I II aa liquidated damages for the not h'" Rarh eltilm: nr demand '
are called in and a work order is. made the ihull bi> In ACCUTROX "
by Utility Department I have been admitted to the 1 reach> of this agreement. wrltliiK, and hall I' 20CCUTROS "111"
fur-lhem;: to.be. -. -. .. _. ,.__ 'I-_. _______L ."n...._. Mtate thm .bliicA and i-aulilnn.. I Ianrt 10K g-old-fllled, staln-
replaced. :ItarKe: I.'iursmg nome. I"T .u. "IS'-C 'C'" pout ..trlep RddreHH t--.ii-ihe I 10K rolled gold plate
"*; Mr. and :Mrs.! J. D. Stal- been In effect for one year claimant .and Khali hi. ,nwurn, I F stainless lI eel lesa-steel buck water-
Interest in children the Starke Police ) I I to by tho claimant' hie agent back, *
Department proof. adju.statilamesh
helps naker and family of Brunswick '-from date of Its acceptanceby IT attornev and, ,nv iturh Waiterpi'onf.* brown.
fn many 'ways with the children. The Starke Police Department Ga. and Mrs. Don Ray the Cooperative, either rtulm, 'nr ,doinunil, not so filed i CHOOSE FROM OUR calf strap. ''bracelet with

sponsored( little league team of which I was assistant coach, I Tjlltey;\ of Jacksonville were arfy may terminate It In any hall be void.TMR LARGEST SELECTION fold-over buckle.

I inning the 'tournament( I have never heard of my opponent trying weekend guests of Mr. and year, on the last day of the RANkT JACKKONVII.r.K FI.oIUOTIfAr.: ...:. An. OF CAItAVELI..E
to Mrs. J. G. Jackson. : anniversary month In which Executor!: of the Last Will and
: sponsor anything for the young people. It is' open to all. Mrs. Edward Wainwright the agreement was accepted II I I WATCHES FROM Prices Start 00

: 5. Conduct of a Police Officer off was the guest lost week of I by notifying the other partyIn .-, S S125.L
on or duty-I I am of the
Dr. and 'Mra. William God- writing of his Intention. SCHEDULEOF 95 F" At
opinion this. includes
the chief. There te $
; one place will I 1A
you neyer I chalk In Charlotfcyille. Va. -For a fee not to exceed SERVICES
find me and that is in the back of a local beer hail gambling and They were joined by :Misses II!25 cenfa per flat the Cooperative -

drinking.\ Gerda Vink and Tiny| Dcbout'' agrees to'sell the products ST. EDWARD'S rutmcn U
LARGE
; who arrived by plane from and pay over. ratably ,the, net Starke SELECTION OF
'
((1)) One of my Police Officers has been a Sunday School Amsterdam HoUajul. They all I amount received therefrom as Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m. 'I

teacher.-. ...' : for 12 years.(2)'Another 1 spent several days at Vir-, payment In full to the Pro- Thursday Mass: 6:30: p. m. 1 A HULOVA PRODUCT BULOVA WATCHES

( ) was Treasurer In his! church. ginia Beach. ducer, after making deductionsto Miraculous Medal Novena:

(3)) Another was a committee man In the Cub Scouts. Mrs. F. F. SCamp and. Miss cover: advances interest Saturday 7 p. m. I

Lillian Stump of Staike Mr. upon advances cost of picking Confessions: 5 p. m. and T Plan
((4)) A wife of Police Officer Christmas
a is a den mother. and Mra. W. 11. Thomson and. gathering harvesting. rc 'elv- p. m. I


The. above are a few, of the things they do to show, their conduct and.famllv!Mrs.of J.ohn Monttcello: W.. Griffin and Mr.ofOchlochnee handling Ing assembling grading., transporting packing. Inspecting ST.VILLLUI'S rumen Happiness Now

: plus many of us belonging to many local organizations for the Ga. spent the ,processing, financing Keystone HeightsSunday I

: betterment! of our community.I ; weekend at Panacea.I1IU I advertising storing insuring Mass: 7:30: a. m.
and .
I Conner. -, .bent.. qualified selling, and marketing: 9 a. m.Wednesday i Reserve 4
do not wish to : Mass) and Novena your watch
conduct
this kind of campaign hut I can not mild experienced. for your Chief.Mr. The next meeting of Board 7 I

sit i idly by and let my' opponent make statements about the Starke and Mra. A. C. Williamsand of Directors will be held at ST. MART'S p.m. while selections are

Police Repartnient which he knows nothing about and is totally Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tilley S p.m. Tuesday Sep }9. In CIIUBCnMacclenny great small
deposit
TOtobiformed.. ,Jl( .fs evident: that the statements visited the new SportsmanRace the office of the Starke Settle! Sunday 1 a
printed on August Track at Daytona Beachon Farmers Market. Mass: 11:30: a. IlL
24th I on our layaway
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were meant to embarrass me and the Starke Police Sunday

Department. 11 plan will do it. I
Vote for EwHI': Lan THE RADFORD

wish. to apologize I COUNTY TELEGRAPH FROM THE AYORLD'S LARGEST MANUSAVE
to for -
you having to

my opponen 's statements, but I was left with answer I: HAMMOND ;_ IncetcrvvnBetter I IMIY Published" every Thursday !V Buy FACTURER OF FINE WATCHES.

no ORGAN STUPIO .,.._ .... at 133 W. Call St. .
choice I have ..... .."..." 95'rlCCS
as never run this type of campaign and : Factory Anthorlzedfltunmoqd ."....,.-..-........... SUrka ,ma 32091 Start.
., ... ..
..:: Ou. '" ., ..

'hope I never do again. 8aMi A, Service Organ !\\'.-), i ......... -- Second at class.Starke postage. Fla. paid' F Now! Dtr At 29

YOUR Laws to play the 'fUI"' WP.j
ACTIVE SUPPORT AND VOTE ', ,Subscription Rate: _
II* N. W. tOtfe A*.. Homes Furniture Co.
I
IS GREATLY APPRECIATED.: I OaJn..vUle Shopptnr Oaatar 1200 S. Edge wood Ave. In trade area: '..00) pee',. '

Jacksonville! Florida. St03 year; $3.25 six months.


-... --- .._-WILLIAM} (BILL) ROSSERPd. i : Outside trade area: $4.BOp WilliamsJeweIry
AOJaitablelnrl Book THE; JUQIIT PCMMT for the .r year; f 3.60 six montlus.E .

( Pol. Adv.) Covers.. All slues 30 cents eat .. way you write. Come 1ft :, L. Matthew editor and .

-Is- lli---1- --- .- The Telecrapb. and select ;your favorIte ES'II publish : Reliable, Dependable Jeweler"
TERBROOK
fountalf pep._ t II %V. Call Street '

[ _s I'l kIm__ .- .- _.. Phone 961-706..
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1 iniRSDAY.' SEPT. 7. 1987 ItnADFORD COtTNTV TEt.KRRAP. STARK. P1.ORiDA u____ ___ Srietlnn f._ .m** 1r


Shirley Mqrrison Woman's Club Farewell Party I bond forfeited.
I Eddie Sylvester Neat reckless -
i. Is Complimented I To Meet Sept. I 13 For Mrs. Schweern saI driving $37.50 bond for

I cited
I With ShowerMiss K. W. Hodges, sales. representative Mrs. H. H. Srn/ ft<
I Morrison and of the Tung Roc honored at 1goll1away; I I toxlcatlon, released'to VA hos
Shirley Paint Company In Gainesville, party last Thursday nightgiven pita
Donnie Bagwell whose mar- will demonstrate the art of by Mrs. J. E. Hitchcock Y
riage will be an event of
antique finishing to membersand and Mrs. R. V. Turnerat
GLADYS MOOTY Friday evening at 8 p. m. in for thai
POIWT
guest's of the Starke Wom- the home of the latter at THE RIGHT
Phone 964-7608 the First Baptist Church, an's Club Wednesday, Sept. the State Farm. Dr. md Mrs the war you write.. Com I*
were honored at a miscellaneous 13. at 3:30: p.m. The programIs Schweem and daughters are 'and select your favorite' ES.I -

shower given by employees under the Fine Arts Department moving Friday to McAlester. I TERBROOK fountain -
I
of Florida Bank and their with Mrs. Robert Okla. 1r I

!!' husbands and' wives,: last Green chairman. Following three tables of I !. The ('.....rllrmlritrd Jud.e's Comwi.
i Thursday night at the homeof
-r 11fu Hostesses for the afternoonwill (:e..ty. EI.rldeIn
canasta, dessert was served.
Mr and Mis. Jimmy Cros- Ha:
be: Mrs. Logan Gay Mrs.
The tea table was covered Estate,: Of Martha. Alice Oillurd -
byA Robert Ward Mrs. J. D. Odom Ha*..n, p.o..........
covered dish supper was :. },. I Mrs. I. N. Breazcale, Mrs. J. with a yellow and white lace NOTICE TO CRHDITOIW
cloth and centered with an All creditors of the .ut..te or-
held the where the
on patio
F. Dorco, Mrs L. H. Gibson .
/ ,' MARTHA ALICE! t>II.I ARDHAXKN.
I six card tables were covered Mrs. Tyler Jones, Mrs. Mer- arrangement of yellow pom- f. ,.1 '.. ,.( : dee.....il, art hereby
with pink or white organdy poms In a wooden container. ., .. notified and required. to file
jIsc1 i-ltt Williams. Mrs. George ,: 'i
r L LI .. .
The centerpiece was presented : any cliilma rw'' demand which
cloths and centered with bud ICopelousos. Mrs. Claire M. -,';::..1i;" .-a." :It" ."' they may have ..c"In.' paid
.
vase holding green pom- Knight, Mrs. S. B. McMalnes: to the honoree as a me- I! 1"' ; estate In the. office of theCounty
Ntyr poms. 1 1we Flossie mento of the occasion. Mrs. ,--!_.. ,...-- ; '- .. 'it- Judge" of Bradford
and Miss
Jennings.
County Florida, In the CourtHouse
Alice Anderson at
Following the the presided
supper GaskinsShufordMr. at Starko, Florida within -
couple opened the gifts and the silver coffee service.: I six ralendar month from
Birthday Party the .dute.of, ,the Imt. publication
then the went to
23 guests Oasklns of thin notlco. Each rlalm
and Mrs. J. B.
the Florida< Bank where S. "' Fo.r. Mr. HerseyMrs. I Bridal Shower of Lawtey announce tne engagement OP demand mu.t ,b* la writing. ;,
with a and munt state
L Peek Jr. showed slides of \ : For Miss DavisMiss of their daughter, the piece copy or re>IJ..nc. and
Peek's recent to the Clyde Mersey enter-
the trip t Clara Elizabeth (Betty] to poat-ofiricfl fccldritMa of the
Scandinavian countries. i : tained !with refreshments after" claimant and mint bo awornto
dinner on August 31 in honorof Loraine Davis bride- James Philip Shufovdi.! son by the ,claimant his agrnt
I elect of Sept. 30, was honored of Mr. and Mrs. George P.' or his attorney or It will become -
I Exchange StuJent Mr. Kersey's 34th birthday I void according to law.
Shuford. also of
,7,7I4 anniversary. at a miscellaneous showeron Lawtey. Dated this 24th day of August. -
Feted By MYF : Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Monday. Aug. 28. r.'. 7:30p. : ( The wedding will take A. D. 1947. .

.:. Donald Hersey and children< ; m. In the Church of God place at 8 p. m. on November ." An. Ad Albert ml nidi A..tor flaxen of the Estate
I I The Methodist senior MYF Donnle and Donna, of Palatku; I fellowship hall. Hostesseswere 18 at the Evergreen Bap of, Martha Alice Dlllard. flaxen.docBuflcd. .
Mrs. Royce Joyner and tilt Church. Friends .rod relatives .
honored Miss Ellsa Rellka, Lacln. Hersey of Fairbanks; ./7 41 !9/23
foreign exchange student Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hersey, Mrs. S. J. Osteen. are Invited.demonsNewman. __
I I from Lahti, Finland, at a { Gainesville; Elbert Heresy, The refreshment table was I I, WOTHll TO HKFKNH
swim party last Thursdayevenlna t" MIddlehurg; Mr. and Mrs. Willie covered with a lace cloth andcentered III e'irrulCo.r., nr.drerdCf..t7. .
Klorlila. In C.,...-. .
:at the Santa Fe Lake ,..laetalq eyyln1c'ak 'etar Hersey, Mr. and Mrs. De- with a pink wedding :: MOODY Plaintiff rr.IKKNK VI.FRKODIB .
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Witt Hersey and Martin, of bell tree. The girt table I Miss Patsy demons, daughter : : L.BH) MOODY O*-
I Bitch. r Theressa; and Mrs. TommyO'Brlen was centered with a white of Mr. and Mrs. Roy fend ant.NOTICK.

The eleven teenagers en- I + rlI of Starke. wedding bell tree. Clemons, and James' New- To: Freddie TO Loo APPEAR Moody

) joyed a covered dish supper ,"u'''' I,. 1 Games were played duringthe man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Addroii UnknownYou
F on the Rltch porch, after t evening and prizes were are hereby notified that
will be united
,.,' .- Newman n suit for Divorce :naa been
ilial Ci.I .z. ;; ;: awarded.
swimming.! "" .0.1. it WSCS WorkshopSet I In marriage on Saturday filed against you In the abov

Chaperoning the group Ida Lou Plummer Exchanges Vows For Sept. I 13 The honoree hostesses with presentedthe n .steam night, Sept. 9, at 5 p.m. in the you named are Court reiiiilred and to cause anrv ao
were Mrs. J. R. Walnwrlght.
Hellbronn Baptist Church copy of your answer or pleadIng
senior counselor: and Mrs'I'With Mr. Mercer In First Baptist A workshop on program : Iron tableware and a set of memento stainless of with reception following.All 1'lalntlffn to the Attorney complaint lion.on OeorII. th..
as a
't I I Odessa Mitchell. techniques for the Gainesville friends and relativesof II. Pierce 803-206 N. Temple -
It1 1 ; Little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Miss Gayle Hatcher, Mrs. L. lonl I In the offli- of the Clerkof .
WomenTo WSCS will be held Wednesday attend. th" Circuit Court on or before -
E. Plummer of Starke, N. Pickering, Mrs. Norman Goodman Team of October
the 2ml day
13
Sept. at the First Methodist -
Meet MondayThe and Albert Lee Mercer of Redding Mrs. J. H. Dennis, 19H7 : othnrwliie the allegations
: Gainesville, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. R. A. Coleon, Mrs David Church In Gainesville from Has Buffet SupperGoodman's Mayor's CourtThe of said Complaint will be takonThc. -
9:30: () a.m. until.. 2 p.m.A confessed you.
Little Women's Club Carlton. M. Mercer of Greensboro Penoyer, Mrs J. E. Hardy,,' "Ecumenism" ; notice h'r' be published -
I will have a covered dish were united In marriageon Mrs. S. E. Sparks, ,Mrs. Vasco, panel on Gulf Softball following cases were disposed once. each week for fourronneriitlve
will be moderated by the Dis- Brad-
team closed the season witha weeka In the
supper for new members and Saturday August 26 at 7 Hazen. Mrs. John Stephens and I trict Vice President Mrs. W.S. of In, Mayor's Court ford County Tal'Kraph.
I their mothers on Monday p.m. In die First Baptist Mrs. M. F. Hazen. covered dish supper last Tuesday night: Dated thN 6th dayof" September -
Ware and a play "The Convert -
Sept. 11, at 6:30: ( p. m. at Church with Rev. W. A. Hogan Passing out rice bags were Friday night on, the ratio: of James Alfred Starling:, drivIng 1967.SKCHAUSS.
will be
club house. performing the double ring Christie Redding and Jimmy the ,First Methodist presented Church by of the Starke Golf & Country while Under the influence ( |'A DARBY

I Betsy Lynn Crenshaw, Elbert Hersey Hostesses will be Joyce ceremony.The Hamlin. Ocala. Club. of beer, reckless driving, $105 Clerk of the Circuit ourq.2A
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Enjoying the affair were
Denmark, Martha Dennis nuptials were performed After spending some! time
Are Wed In Ocala ChurchThe After lunch, members willseparate the families and dates of the fine.Eddie
Baptist and' Sandra Register. ,before an arch of lighted, with their guests the couple) Into small! Leo Thomas, disorder.
tapers against a background ol f left on a wedding trip to the group team members. Other guests $52.50( Vote for Ewell lawson
for diHcu.mlon.All ly conduct by fighting,
marriage of Miss Starke. magnolia and potted iichfleur- West Coast of Florida. The meetings were Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Betsy Lynn Crenshaw to El- Palms formed a back- mol gown of nylon sheer las. On either side were pede bride chose for traveling a WSCS' members' are I Rayburn Mr. and Mrs. See-

bert Eugene Hersey was sole- ground for arrangements of over taffeta. Alencon lace stal baskets holding fan-shap. yellow silk linen sheath with urged to attend this workshop, ber Goodman Mr. and Mrs.,
mnized at 8 p. m. Saturday white and turquoise carna- was appllqued on the bodice ed arrangements of gladioli, white accessories with which and are asked to bring a sandwich Townsend Strickland'', and STARKEPLAZA

In the Fellowship Captisc tions :and porn poms entwined the bell skirt, and the chapel and yellow and white Fuji l she wore I,a yellow and while for lunch. Drink and des the Misses Sue Trlest. Dianne
Church of Ocala. with Rev. In candelabra. Nuptial train which fell from the mums and pompoms. Fuji mum corsage. sect will be provided by the Cox, and Sheila Taylor. o

Boyd F. Wood officiating. music was provided by Mrs.F. waistline. She carried a lace ;Mrs, Charles Francis. organist The bride attended Bradford host church. The buffet table was cen- e

q The bride Is the daughter James Brown pianist and covered Bible centered withan played nuptial manic as I High School and Is a graduateof tered with the sub-district ....
of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cren Mrs. William Wright I>soloist orchid and white carna- the guests gathered and ac Macon. Hospital School ol t second place trophy which
shaw of Ocala and the and sister of the briJe. companied Mrs. Vernon Red Nursing. She is employed al t Florida. He Is a Correctional 1 I the team won In the tournament -

bridegroom is the son of Mr. Given In marriage By her tions.Mrs.. J. Wayne Hersey of dish, the soloist' Alnchua General Hospital.! Officer II at the Santa Fe in August. t

and Mrs. Clyde Hersey of father the bride wore a for- Gainesville served as matron Frank L. Williams served I The groom graduated from Correctional Farm In Gaines Games were enjoyed after
of honor wearing a turquoise aa best man and the usher*I Chlpola Junior College and 1 is er villa The couple Is residing the supper at the Recreation

I street-length dress of crepe were James T. Haralln ,,brother enrolled at the University ol r In Gainesville. Hall. i

Before You Vote : jersey. She carried a nosegay In-law of the bride and C.

i of white chrysanthemumswith Hamp Mercer, brother of the ..
ConsiderQualifications turquoise trim. groom STARKE PLAZA

The maid of honor was Mrs. James T. Hamlin attended Open All Day Every Day j;
Miss Joan Crenshaw. and her sister as matronof GREAT NEWMatchmaies
brliesmatron:: was Mrs. Olynn honor and only attendant.She FRI. & SAT. UNTIL 7 P. M.

ELECTW. Mllliken both of Gainesville. wore a mint green! satin 1 ,
They were dressed like the gown with empire waistlineand
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H. (BILLY) honor attendant and carried lowered round neckline, tt
similar bouquets.The with modified A-lire skirl: She

NOEGELCITY flower girl was Miss wore a matching Bilk Illusion _

Kelli Wright of Ocala, nieceof I headpiece with a mint green ,
the bride and the ring- satin bow, and carried a cas-
COUNCILMAN Dearer was Martin Hersey. cade arrangement of yellow \A rJ I

GROUP 5 of Theressa nephew of the Fuji mums.
J bridegroom.The Given marriage by her Bold Multi Color 3rripes1> 6 t I f jfl 4l :
lU-cii a roHlclent of starke 40 year. best man was Sydney father, the bride was lovelyIn + l A I
fIre ., ,
biiHlnrHH. NiicrrHftfiilly In Starkn 28 years.Lewder Grlffls of Starke and ushers [ an Alenfon lace gown tea r f
were William Carter and turing an empire style bodice DUPONTBonded
and not follower.
Percy Sullivan, both of Key- with portrait neckline., A-line
f_ expcnnot. In ;jour city government.Your ,. stone Heights.A skirt and long calla lily ;\.. ;7:4: .. : /

vole will be apprwlutml.. reception followed! In the sleeves. The bodice was re- I k ,

No newcomer to city go\.enllll..n..rv..1. on city council educational building ct) the embroidered with seed poarls. ,
church. Her bouffant veil of silk iiluslon Orion

one tcrni. Mrs. Ted W. Taylor slater was. secured to a crown __

Only interest. In your Interest and !beat Intcrwitu for Hlarke. of the bride, kept the bride's I of lace decorated with seed ,
pearls and nequlns.! She carried, _
Eager to urns you as. city roiinrllnwn.Oetw book. Assisting at the rere-
cascade arrangement;\ of large Knit'Shift .
Mrs. DeWitt Horsey
things nccompllshiKl, his. |wtnt record Hx
Ittrlf.Kfflclent. For their wedding trip the with Ivy leaven. Her only ornament I

; and <*ffe..*llvn and economy In jririrrnini'iit.Lorul bride wore a pastel blue Mrj.twas Fliimmer a pearl chose necklace.for her
sheath! dress a cutaway jacket -
government needs HWy NIM' '! PI'H thinking. I white accessories and daughter's wedding a rose lace Dresses
headpieceand < I'a
the orchid from her bridal gown with matching
VOTE FOR AND ELECT bouquet. a corsage of pink feathred

W. H. (BILLY) NOEGEL Mlddleburg.The couple will reside In carnations.Mrs.. Mercer. mother of the w 1 '

groom, wore royal blue gown
THANK YOU with a white feathered carnation !

Vote for EM ell Lawson corsage.A _
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) reception wan held In the $79 I
church fellowship ball:! which I Iw
was decorated !
p schfleurlas;: and arrangementsof ;;; ;;;

white and yellow gladioli,
t Fuji mums and pompoms. !
I Believe Our Government Can a, :Mrs. Arlea'McKnlght greeted -
Wool/ & Yfoo191ends
,1 1 100% )
bAnd guests at the door and Compare _at > j ,

Should Be Conducted On An standing In the receiving line a
irwdrott walk
were Mrs. W. E. Dowllng the $10.95- Mis and match your own r..hlon.
these smart new vwMtilM.> Come -M t*. KM
bride and groom, their parents,
Economically Sound Basis Adhering .,and the bridal attendants. .*. ... r styling;, the quality workmanship, the greet saw

I, The 'bride's, table was cover- styled. colors you'll flip for them. *t Carp's
To A Code Of Ethics That ed with a white satin cloth Modified A-Hne ., if courul i

decorated with a garland of in choice of cowl neck or'' ''ll 1'I
Would Guarantee Each Elected Ivy and centered with fan- A. Heather lon wool blind ctrilifiii 'hi
shaped nosegays! of yellow and mitred square neck.They're f. 3 new beautiful fait. shad.$. Bade: $ 9 9

Official The Respect Of The Off wedding white mums.cake was The topped three-tiered witha 100% Orion and 34.40.r styling eomptomanU any outfit SUM ..* '

nosegay of miniature yellow bonded for wrinklefreewear.
1. fice.
I orchids and white satin r,. B. Rib and Cable Knit eardlian if 80!)%!
ribbon. The cake was flanked You'll love the / y 10 M
.
: wool 10% mohair % nyfon. $511I&
with in silver ,
'yellow tapers .
new Fall fashion colors.' Sills 34 4a
candelabra decorated with sassy multi-colored

Good Government Based On Cooperation, Yet Conceding 'nosegays mums and of white yellow satin and ribbon.white stripes see them t D. C. Wild and wooly bill plaid skirt .

This Is bonded Alice. color match $ ,11
Mrs Leslie Green and Mrs. *
Anyone The Right To Disagree With Impunity. Mason Padgett aunts of the day at Carp's. Sizes .d perfectly to either of the .above

bride, cut the 'bride's cake. 6 to 16. E 1 r ca.dlgans.: SIiis bra

I Promise I Will Treat Your Vote As A Trust, Not A ed The with punch organdy tables were
and carried out-the theme of wait, seam heeded A.Una< flecked s'99
Deed To City Hall. the bride' table! Presiding at Stripes are the "Iff shade of Opal blue. far green

the punch tables were Mra. and Nutmai.. Siita '8-18. ..


A. G. (Art) LOUDON, JR. Darby James Emily Johns and Bentley, Nancy Kay and Colson Dowllng.:Mlssoj tfo Fashion for Fall ) I L )leis Our Lay-Awaj; I

a Plant
Miss Ann Mercer sister of -
COUNCILMAN-GROUP FOUR the groom kept the bride's
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OOtTNTT TBMCOltAPn.! Ti111RSDAY, BCTT. 'I, 1B81
perils 1 V.ir* I mUDFOnn : : STAKHM. FtJtmiPJI
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described la such certificate or two year 1967. Thin August. JH. UB7.)
I Robbie Smith Breaks Leg rertlfloatea will be sold to the Croup 5 one councilman. .., for (SUAU) uoinotivaHulllH .
)
l'nllil'l(81'
highest bidder at the courthouse one year Carl Hu..tCARL V.
door on the first Monday Inspector For Said Election: HURST, MAYORATTEJtI.t' qHIUM' 'A IIIOH
In month of October, 1967, Mrs. 12rnetln Denmark, Mr*. : Merrill Edwards NANCY: I* I
r:1.ZSrIT.: :
which I I. the and day of October Myrtlce Dennis, Albert Foster, MKHPtni. KDVARD3 CITY;; know a. N. L :
19U7. Mr.*. J. H. Hardy, Mr. Margaret"' CLERK a* 1K3/ D. E KNIGHT, decoeaod -.
J, Dated this 88th day of Auall B William, Joe Vallnnkl, Mrs. 8/17 4t B/7 are hereby notified androfilrml
Injuries Take Toll On TornadoesInjuries 1997.SEAL. Kd: Prevatt. |\ to file their claim In
( John Simpson, Mrs. Ethel thu oft!<.o of the ,I'ounty Judge""
Charles. A. Darby Raymond, Mrs. R o Dansby, iv TIIH' tilt+YTY:\ .IUI/0E''] of BraclCord, County, Florida. In
Clerk of Circuit Court ot Mr*. Klla: Ma Chaateen (Alter- t'tl Dll; I' nii/tuvuitu COL'MTV.FI.OIIIKV the County Courthouse,, .at
II Bradford County, FloridaBy nate). Mr*. I.. N. (>kerlna (Alternate fctarko. Florida. within six. calendar -
Beulah M. Moody L> C ), Mra Ed Tenley (Alternate I* PIIOHITB months from the date of
Night
Rot nle will miss abou t The annual Parent's
Oiiggs
from that first string center i- NANCY L
resulting 94t 0/1 ) Mrs Peggy Sheller In Re: Estate of first publication of this
Tugged contact sessIons' have I ble Smith has been lost fo]rl I three weeks of practice du(' Is scheduled for tonight!Local Racing In testimony wh" >f, I hereunto KNIOHT, also Known a* N. L.. notice the or the name will become
begun to take theutoll the season due to a broker 1 11 to a oroken rib. Charles [Sept. 71] at the BHS Kym- mibHcrlbe my name and KNIGHT, and a.. MRS. D. Jfl.K.NMUHT void according law.
Notice) Of *i>i>U<.a lo. For. Ta cause the "Seal' of the said Deceased 8/81 4t 91tt
on the BHS Tornado arid| lee suffered In last Thurs..j Smith, 220-pound first string naslum. The program, will Include Driver WinsDaytona Deeder. town to be hereunto affixed NOTICE TO CHHUITORS
.i tackle Is still sidelined with short scrimmage sessions 1UI.IH.! >>. .. this. the 7U- day of August A. D. All persons having claim or Ewell Lawnon.
squad. | diay's practice. Defensive enc I and Notice I* Hereby Given demand ...al..t the estate of Vote For
an Injured knee but may report of both varsity
that, Mr T. J. Alderman, the ,
Coach David Hurse reports and backfield prospect Ron in time for the season junior varsity squads. RunLocal I holder of the following. oertl-) -
opener against Micclenny I flcatea. hue filed said "..rtltloete. -

Sepicmner is, omy a week i i Riot Control racing driver Dave for thereon.a tax The deed certificate to be I Issued Go Creative It's A Snap ,

away. G. vonHouser captured "I numbers and years. of laauanoe,

Sophomore Bill Bui>y haS,i Training Told class win at the Sports Car 'the arty, description and the namos of the In which prup-

been moved up to fill RobbieSmith's To RotariansNew Club of America national It was accessed are a* follow: Anything you can paint-old or new-can be changed to rich wood grain,
Certificate. No 1>S. Tear tlf
Get off f the slot at center "Bill championship races held at old finish .
Issuance 1869.Description age old antique, or beautiful marble-without removing the
., has a big responsibility techniques riot the 2.8 mile Osceola Florida of Property BKO
said Hurse, "but we know control, as recently learnedby road racing course over Labor 1ft1 W A 119' N of HH COR ef
Wtt of NEvI Of SR% Of NEWN With Old Master Creative FinishesA
Bench I that he can handle the Job. the Florida National 1 Day weekend. 76', W 100 Ft H 78', E 100
Coaches have shifted Scottie Guard, were reviewed at the VonHouser, driving? a Class TO BEG. SEC 29-T-e-a R.U-
SmitH from offensive left Rotary Club Wednesday by D 1000 c. c. Flat-Abarth B.Named Professional Finish For The Amateur
In
I which a *eed J.
end to Jie strongslde tackle Lt. Richard Jockel, commander Berlin OT sedan placed: Gordon Wager
And into the ; spot to spell the InjuredCharles of the local Guard unit sixth over-all In a field of 31 All of *ald property being. In
P'iith.Coa starters including many County of Bradford, State of I
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Florida.
special
The 32 hours of
1Hurse had special larger englned cars.! UnleaH. such certificate or
given at Camp
training! were
Came the praise for senior And'; May- During the early stages of certificate shall be redeemed I
on Blandtlng, where Florida according to law the property
tonwho despite having to Guardsmen trained this sum the seven-lap; pieUznlnary described. In ouch certificate or
vonHouser was chal- oertlflcate will be sold to the
shoulder race,
favor an Injured -
mer Instead of Fort Stewart .
highest bidder the
1TT at courthouse
has proven capable of playIng Ga. lenged by Bill McDill of Or- on the first Monday In
: Fiipg! Sice nearly every position on lando, driving a Class D month of October, 1967, which CHANGE
Lt. Jockel said that the Austin-Cooper "S" sedan, but I I. the 2nd day at October,
the field this fall. "As team 1967.
has rIot training was very effect- extended a lead of nearly 20 Dated. this 23th day of
captain, Mayton pro- August -
< ive and that he had confid- THiS
McDlll at the T.
seconds
'' vided leadership and inspir- over Al
ence now in the ability of ( ) r
.. ation to the team -particularly Florida Guardsmen to han De finish. Charles A. Darby,
the Inexperienced boys"I The win w& vonTouaer'sfifth Clerk of Circuit Court ,,* Bradford -
any( such emergency. In six starts County, Florida I
Why "sit it out" on the sidelines wishfully said Hurse. first place He By Beulah M. Moody. D. C.liT .
In the offensive' backfield during the past season.
waiting for the "break" that will put on the Caution Hit 4t 11/18
you Hurse rated Bill Belote, Lar- Light won second place at the -

winning side in the "game of life?" ry Mercer and Tex Patrick By Big Truck Montgomery, Alabama national Netloe. Ol AppllratloK Of Tax S

You can make your own "break" by liningup as standout performers In races August 12-13. ....-.. y ,

with the team of purposeful people who know ,recent practice sessions., A caution light in front of I Dave A. Stayer. Atlanta, Notice Sec.1 18 IIM hereby.Id. f given.. that .

that the difference between wishing and having, "Plenn Onann. Donnie Elder the pine Level Church, 3 Oa, owner of the car, also Mr T. J Alderman the holderof
,, Alan Crawford) and Steve miles west of Starke on SR won first In the D Sedan the following certificates
between dreaming and doing is systematic 30-lap has filed said \ ..
Crawford are also looking 100 was struck by a big 1907 class in Sunday's a tax dead to be issued ther..l I
saving! good on the offensive< line' International van last Thurs- feature race at Osceola to on. The certificate number'
\ is basic the achievement lead In point and year of Issuance, the deHcrlptlon >
Money-in-the-bank to Into the
he addad. move
I day, Aug. 31, causing $100 of the property, and I
of most of the worthwhile goals in life including I The battle for starting damage to the cab. standing for the Southeast the name In which It wa an-
XT. S. Division Champ- cussed are a* follow: i
YOURS! I position at strongslde guard em .
The light was hanging low- Certificate Nix 62. '1'. Of,
The way to GET it there is to PUT it thereon I still continues between Willy: er than usual after one of the ionship. with Issuance:: ; 11)60Descrlptnn) .
Cohen and Ralph Morgan. Sloyer will compete of Property Tx>t
an every-day schedule! supporting lines had been Fiat-Abarth for the 10, 11, 13 In Peetavlll SEC 85,
I Drills have been emphasizing severed by a State Road Department the T-5-S, a-8f-N' (lit Aero) /
I defense and the kicking' moving machine' Sports' Car Club of America Name In which a..dlal i ile

HOME OWNED HOME OPERATED game, but Hurse expectto of National championship trophy \} Strong But.: I
according to the report of said I property betnv In 1
shUt, attention to the passing at the giant America the County of Bradford. State Y
game this week-'with quarterbacks Trooper O.C. Garrett of the Road Race of Champions of Florida. ,

The Community State BankOF Bill Belote a.nd Lar- Florida Highway Patrol. i I at Daytona International certificate Unl.a" such\ shall certificate he \redeemed or

ry Mercer working to perfect No charges were filed. I Speedway Nov. 22-26. ccordlnif to law the propertyinscribed

STARKE timing and pass patters certificates In such will \be certificateor old to

with ends Penn Onann, the highest bidder at the courtnouse child* could do it. Yet the
The process is so simple a realism you can
I Donnie Elder and Mike Mo- door on the first Monday -
MEMBER F. D. 1. C. Use In month of October 1887. achieve with Old Masters will amaze and delight you. The grand part
Rae.Vote Given
Recreation Dept. which la the 2nd day of October -
1967. about achieving these effects is that you don't have to remove the old

f o..t. Dated 19<7.this tlth day of Au.. finish. This means. no scraping, no bleaching, no staining, and no special

For And ElectQEJI'ALD Of Old National Guard Armory ((SEAL Charles) A. Darby, tools are required to obtain any of these effects. Any piece of furniture

Clerk of Circuit Court of that doesn't fit its surroundings or woodwork that doesn't fit

"Bradford By Beulah County M. ,Moody Florida 0. C. the decor can be easily changed to complement its setting. The oddest

TJ.e of the old Starke arm- more consideration. said 9/7 4t 9/88 assortment of furniture and finishes can be made to look as though they
and Williams
ory on Temple Avenue by the McRae
Starke Recreation Department I' the action was not hastty, and NOTICHAVOVST belonged to each other.

granted the City Council both declared It generally understood T, lOOT
was by
_ 7. Carl Hurst, Mayor of the FULL INSTRUCTIONS WITH EACH PURCHASE
in a special meeting. last. I all along, WILLI.AMS. Thursday morning. I armory'would be made available tue of.!the authority vested lame A DEMONSTRATION WILL HE GIVEN AT THE NEXT

L The action !was taken follow'i to the recreation depart- Primary by law Election, do hereby to call be held a first at MEETING OF THE STARKE WOMAN'S CLUB SEPT. 13

iw t 1 ing an earlier inspection of the ment as soon as title reverted the: Fire Station, in the afore.

t building by council members,, to the city.Chairman. said Tuesday> City, September by qualified.' 19 voter, 1987 on A. f 4111' }j 4iJ1/ D & W
: Mayor Carl Hurst Col. Char- Ruby Johns said D.. for the purpose of Electing :.
: TOUR lies M. Gilchrlst, state quartermaster the City was not giving the th. following Officer. .
City Clerk for
""' ll and officers of the facility: to the Recreation De- Chief Of Pollc. two for two:year year

I local National Guard unit Following ipartmenf, ''but simply makingIt Mayor for two yearn. Builders Hardware and
CITY COUNCILMAN the Inspection, Col Oil- available for use ''?i age no two Group year 2, one councilman for Supply t

christ turned the keys to the roason. ,why it eould'Dot be Group 8 on. councilman for I
; building over to the council, used, Jointly by the City and I II
: a GROUP 4 A'I.' and also requested that the the Recreation Department," Vote tor EvwU Lan I I.I I. 301 E. CALL STREET PHONE 961-6163

i city considered financial sup ahO said.!

port of the now armory on After discussion, M c R a i j I>
Edwards Road to the extent of amended his motion to stat\

E *, providing utility service, totalIng that the armory be made avail.

; some $1,200 a year with- able tq the Recreation. Department .

..A' Young Man Who Will Serve All The out charge. ,but any changes In the. WOULD YOUBELIEVE. .I
: (Capt. James Bloodworth, physical structure ef the. facillty

commander of the Guard unit, !would have to be approved
w People Of Starke Impartially And To The urged that the request? lie In fcdvahce by the Council'

granted saying that the National .- !Mayor Hurst was asked tp..

I Best Of His Ability. i: Guard unit provides a Investigate the coat of a gasoline

I payroll totaling $613,000 annually tank and pump which ,wll

:"' He Appreciates Your Vote and Support In the community./ be given by the City to the
I I In making the building available new armory, In exchange for

.:.. (Pd. Pol. Adv.) to the Recreation Departs the present tank and pump
I menthe Council noted that/ which was left at the' old .

the Sohool Board had requesteduse armory building*

.OM I of the facility for voca .
tional-technical education classes
until the new center, now Notlcs 0( Apollcstlo. Tn. T..

; FAMILY BUSINESSMAN I under construction, la ready for Notice( a.l I... i hereby D.rd 4.ie.i F.0.given,. .haMr. '' Only $1 09 O .

use.Gene holder
Rayburn director of T. J. Aldermen the
... I of tIM following certldoatn. INCLUDING HANDSOME CARRYING CASE
the Recreation Department, has filed raid certlfle.tes' for
laid yesterday that he had no a tx deed to be 1..u.d there<
The certificate number!
MAN for immediate use of the on.
I plan and yean of Issuance, the de.
r. ,building' except for haperonedteenrage eurptloa| pf the property, and
.. 'dances following the the name In whioh It was a. '
.. follow*!' For this
sewed are
f football games.. 'When' the von Certificate No. 95 Tear. oX li1L' -
catlonal-technlcal use. of the Teeuane.. 1905.bewrtptlon i0 ?
c
building; III\ completed, about 1 of "BL.K\18 I In of N Property RENO 8/O Lo WORLD'S SMALLEST ELECTRIC
f six weeks from now. Rayburnsaid Name In which aa.e...d Ids
he planed to move the May Ty.on. '' 4.
being In ADDING MACHINE
I :t head All of said property
A Recreation ZJepartmcnt the County of Bradford. State .
quarters to the armory and of Florida.
C'nle.e uch certificate 01certificates '
alterations
make
also necessary Adds'm
shall be redeemed 4
for setting up a ceramics according to law the aroportjdeecnned : ;
,
1 room arts and crafts center, In tnioh ertltlcate or 4 a '
certificates will be eold to the '

i VETERAN ._ QUALIFIED and"Up'other to now facilities.our' recreationpropam. hoime highest door bidder on the at heel.the court Monday .. Subtracts t 3 t .

In month of October, 1947,
has been largely ath- '1f
I which la the 2nd day of October Multiplies o r, f
letic-centered, the director said, 1967.
: VOTE FOR bat with the armory facility Dated, f95T.this 21th'! day of Aucust <. Credit Balance .X' .

A at our disposal, we hope tQ<; (IeEAWCharles
.. develop the social and culture. A. Darby
Clerk of Circuit Court of
phases of the program as Rradford County Jtortaa/ TOTALS TO
well." By lieulah M. Moody'i D. C. 999,999.99At

BOBBY BIGGS Rayburn said the Recreation e7t a/ttl

I Department. would work with Netlee) O. A.._.....* for Tax
the BHS Student Council to- need
I ward the development of an N.,,. i.|-U,. V9! Last! A Portable Electric Adding Machine With The
I all-around teenage center, and Notice Ia Hereby 06... that.
I that the present center ,at the Mr of the T. J. Alderman following aaytlfloatet the holder Touch, Speed, And Keyboard Arrangement Of A

:: FOR YOUR Pratt Street playground wouldbe has. filed anld certificate for Heavyweight Machine.
., used largely for elementary a ta* deed lu be lMi e4 thereon .
.., I The certificate number
school activities and year. of Uauunoe, the description .
w.n At Thursday's meeting:, the oi the property, and APPROVED AND ENDORSED BY PROFESSIONAL;
the name. In which It Wee aaemed -
motion to make the armory are a* tullewe': ; 10 KEY OPERATORS; INCLUDING CPA'S, '

j CHIEF of POLICE i available. to the recreation- department Issuance Certificate I 1965.Description No. 596..sr' ol PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, BOOKKEEPERS: .

was made by Councilman nf Property COMon ,.
.. Jimmy McRae an4 seconded W aide of RT R/W on SEd
.' I by McTrltt Williams. Line v Run N on 1UW 70SD Compare With Machines Costing Twice As Much!
for W II TD8. S 70 YD3SKC TO
Vote Better Protection
: r: of Your Property ; Councilman Nell Tucker op- LTVW I Men\ r. to !EO $
A In tll V, ot 8W3c 8EC: SOl
posed the action at this time, SEEING IS BELIfiVING
T-T.S, R-U.E
w; and Family saying that a hasty decision HNaICmUt le.ya which _...4 4-
:
should be avoided. "The City

-- needs more facilities for its In All the of' County said property of Bradfofd being' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

own use,", Tucker said, "and State of Florida.
:. I Iw Unless. such cert'ftcat or
I[ think final action should be
II certificate hall b. redeemed
,
I delayed until We can give It tecordins- to law the property
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... u..>.WJO. ..nn...' COCNTY TELKCIRrn.. STARK:... n.onn. -- -- ..
T.It'RSnAV.. SETT. 7, 1307 .1 ; .,;N ''Whfildnr
UEUM:
.- ..; Notlro la hi-robv ttlven.! Hint '.otnpluliit UN fllod. rhorelrnltn ,iininliiTH,. :, '; ; and:| .. -: t1unOC of 1 lure' 51 It. T of J.thn A following' .
; thu
cn.vni ,
MOKU.VN! no.\D Clork of the Circuit ain'ii f'
:ili side .. lioM. .ri th .. .. .. fll d eald i.rtM'oaten
tempting to unsnap Mr. T .1 .Mdnnnan tho \UiwdCordL'oiiiuy. .. i l p""ly.l nridi 11Ie. >iain* tnnhlth flc-a.r nn ,.'
\\lei fill'< I dm-d ::oui-t lit at >
Deputy Disarmed \ firm the elder. Pgtts grabbed .Sunday School OilB: a.m lum i>( the flli-il fc>KHlrl lli>wln i-i-rtlflunt. cvrtlfli-ntu**. for atn Courtnouiaj. ", Htarkul'lorlilii. /"I .. \ 1WUII. ....MII".d aro aflfollown .ii..d ther'for a">n.tax Tho ,.,itlflcanumtiM1 |.\
and nerve tt coinLbnrcul : l Is '>
tils pistol CUesser Uiety ran ,'Morn.hiMT Worship at 11. Train- '* i-i'il| tu l"n (HHiiud tncrcon.Tlii .. upon' said' Plalntlff'fttoril (.'.'rtirii-itto No. U7. Yixir olIniiiinni' .,mid acJrEtlon jj" 'it .if to his car and secured hl 6l5: EvenltigVVoriihlp PI.rlirieale numhxrii' am! T. Uoimlnnloi ., 1094. I adqn. th. .. '.
Union p.m. ': liarton 'I IHo iani' >
)1"
nit ,. *, thn d..H.lpII..n pfn nrtv.; 1 w .
it Into: the yt iirH of iHHimnct Nurtli, Mnln Htrei-t I' () : Lrfitut in "
shotgun firing: I 7::30. Wcilnemlaj of tbu. nropvrty. and tin ; : l>uxi"vliitlon f.r 1'ioiiorty which It wa a..d
Melee halt the bova. He amiosiid irawor. lit. *. iliniUHvlUo, Jflorulu t A 1.1' ".1' of N'o uf :NK'i: of fOlluWHCnrtlflotttn: .
Three In ground to ." Meeting:. 7:30.Dob : uainOH" In uhh-h It wait tlm nth dr.f "1 .
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liirforo
Charged rayer .. .. rollow: on "> N Potts hid run nriK and 1 It"u
elder ,.
pastoro""II'1 mflT
saw the -- L. Cooper '. ,. Your of oi-i| i.r: : 1 U-iiK. (2 Ai-ri-H) .
( riirii-iit :N i.> 1117." JII
I 0< Mil a Default Ju.1R"In..1 'iMnillllodClunion .. ... ,
Into the woods by this time t Dllfo. 'III to > :.N'lilniIII: whl'll IKiHurlptton of Pr p rt> iOtat ;
,, tft.ti 18nIlI\II"" Im l.ik.Ml aifalnHIi .
will .
his l>i-wrliitlon nf Property Ill'Oit : .. In Alixander.All i 1'T nn W 9ld- of H W >nH
with pistol.Chesser ri-llnf the bnlnnIn
for
tllo!'. f.>H of HI 101 Ui of NII'4Him i ... thoi-Mirt"i ot aald uiuperty !' fjtin ofCMC I *. linn H rm
bad t radioed for TO HMKHMIV < : K > toHOW. he> <:n."I.'I." Hn,1 l thu County uf Uradford W SB> )ydn N It.In *
Bedford Lake lin\I N HO' W CO' 'M" DO' Bhu.ll. proceed E* H/W 00\ Yd*,
Near COURT. leI Cauvo: .
clllt'l''r o-f Klurliln.ITnluHii BT.rllr.
help and during tho! alterca- ), '. SMC KlI-T-H.S! It-Il-K St.-itw "HKO' : T.lne th"n N..n :
,>onp ('0 1'1': TY. lo'LOnU Nil In which nnwiinodISvelvn ., I-.rt.. mioh fnrttflt-ato 01ceiilflratui ... BKO. SEC! 2. T-H-3. Hr.
'Ion nay Chance, Clay County IN f'HANCKIlY. 11I0 Wli'N'na my \Imn.l and iionlf .lall bn rodnemadm. ,, to
Defense Dhector >N SWISBIIOSTE lit l JolinNun. .> Nald Court this n ilny olxoptuml "' orulnur tn law tho |>rc>T>erMdemrluod 2a-IS
Civil \AK t.ln.In l
HiHusrcii All of mild pi-opnrtv "..r, ton;, at (diarku. In mlth certlflaattor Name.. In which itMn-ned A
Lake.
County Deputy Fred duled before Justice of the to Bedford:! two Game Commission offlccrs tho rmmtyif liradford mate : .. tothu KolHi-y .
Clay with t'lalntlff. ['I. 1 1 In.Clutrlua r..i.tlftcnteg will b nulil It. .. .
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Chesser. of Keystone Heights, Peace J. R. Chaateen et 7:30: As Chester was talking and Bradford Count; of Florida.I'nlPHS "rtlCh..le. or Ouo'AI., hUhoxt; blildar nt thiconr All of wild proportv. li ln in
he said thit the p"lr.n JOIUDiAMO.M : iiuch c A. IJarliy. I'lerk' tho flrwt tho Cminty of Bradford. State
was stripped of his 1 blackjack: .:: ). m. Wctnesday was called off I the boys prputy Glenn Moore arrlve' \d<' \ of: lUCllAKD UAI,'tlf IcatuM fttin.11. ho railuwinndHoconllnic 'Ircull. Court HlKlitli, Judlolal hoimo door on uf. 1J.to",,". of t'lnrlda.tTnl .
( In month < .
car!: :Monday'
and pistol in an altercation when Chesser said ha could elder Potts pulled up In a on the scene. I>cfentlunt, In to Niii-h IHW. cortlfk-atti thn' |Iro..orlYd.HI''lhe.t | or (r'lnult .In And fo-r Uriidtordoimty which In. tbu :lliiU day nt uctol ..aii each.. cortlflcati redeeniuilacconllnu >rcoertlflnntoa

with several members of a not make arrangements for an that had been trailing! the The two Potts bovs wen SOT1CI4 TO APfEUnTo1 (.rtlfloato will lit Hold to thvhlKhvvt Floridallyl l rr. I9U7.Uil7. Khali Inw be the propertydemrllud
thedePllty"Was .1. 1 UlainimilA lluuliih M. Moody to
shortly state's attorney to motorbike and asked why and taken to Clay: : lllihiiril blild'ir. lit thn nnurt I cHitlflratror
Lake family assistant arrested Clvvk In iiuch
Bedford 1nknownVnti Uuputy Dilti'd,, IhlH 24lh ilny of AUKmt. -
Urns for the "picking" on hit elder Potts <1dr H,": tiottfli'il, tnqI h<>u.o door. on the flrnt Monilnv tIT! 4t 0/S8 i-ortrflt-at. ** will he .oM '<
after mldnlKht lost Friday. be present. new ol County jail. The nrohereby Ulrhnrtlull" .' In tti*. man th' of Ottobtr"ifl7. l'i! 7. "lildf-r at tlm courtIIOUMH .
Facing multiple < barges heaving wa not set. sons. A heated exchange was not arrested until Sat'urtiay '- wuit IHainfiuil,t'ur" Adoiitton, Inn of been. film \\'hl<-'< U the Slid. liny ofOrlul.fr. (SKA: "t'hai-l I..) *. .\. liMrhy, the ItlKhtnt door. on tho flrnt MunrtHv
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to Chessei-s re-: words followed and Chesser hi 1907.I .u.*tiiiiMi. r-i.r Tnilivril of Ootobor. 19 7,
released under 1 bonds totaling According morning, whiln on flip .tibovt* nnm-ri f'mirt tint \oili-e Of Ai>i Cloru of Circuit" Court icllrudfi'id In I month
and the said he was attacked by thOlvounge1' .in. requited tiir >"tml' this SSth ilnyf AUB- \ I ,. ,' Is tho Snd day of O.to1167 -
; $5.000 as a result ot part: ha spotted!\ three of lob near Ke tone. All threi .auae Hiii( vou lire .>..< > Potts and'' "wrestled .. n copy, uf your niixwoiD'niilltJ *>r<- .11..11. Ili-tllah. M Mn.Ml.i' l> CII I.-T. \
the melee are Thomas W younger Potts riding through were relased under bond Sat \''' tn. tho ciirnluln| (SEAL) U ilor.il\' iUn.. thnl\ > ;7 41 ll/jc (: Potts. Sr., Thomas W. Potts Keystone: .on a motorbike" in to the ground. During the urdiy nlsrht $2.000 each fo n / mo PlnliitlfC. Attornes, ChurU-H Circuit\. f)1'byc'l..rk Court ofBradford :ill*. T..I. AMMOUMNM: Ihiloldor ---- "cii-iioM, .\. nart>yCiik

Jr. and Danny Potts all ol' violation pf a new state law. tu.sa'e! one of the boys grabbed Potts Sr and Jr. and $1,001 .hon, l.t'x file Or."n.lh.. orl Staiku' \lnnl In IfkirU the>- of ('.""nl)'. VlnrldivT.y of IIHB, tho fllvd following HHld 1 1 cirtHIatna iortl'Itatae \-- I \i lli-t" Ofi.i llt-..|l..n r'or Ta% | of. the Circuit, Florida Court ofiIlriidforil ,
the trio unit County
Chesser nave chase to the: tria Chesser gave chase to for Danny. Clerlt of Hie Clr Iioiilali M.loiiclv I n. C I .*. for. n tax di-od [to IM-. Inlilml llroildec. D < '
Hi"
f M. Moody
Bedford\ Lake.A off. IP* f> tin. n1t 9/3R Tho ..1'1111"0..*.\ 111... ., Jo'. By Uouluh
preliminary Vienrlru( arhe-,.\and overtook them as they hand. Chooser /said that Potts Stw i .ult C'niii-l. of pn Uttiiti'mlx i>r before*!', 19Aintliprw'lnn therifon n Not' loo IH ll"rt-l>y11'011. tliitt 87 4t2S
Vmt whiU :
said -
turnd off SR 100 on do roa The deputy i charged with Interferhvwlt lltli '. Vote for Ewell I-avvsoii i he was on hir ifnres, at- >i an resisting arrest: ...hl l romiilnknt, will Da tamtii "

Pcts Jr. with riding thro .. ouiifrwK-d l TUlH. notlr .1>.II be piiblliiheil ** IB Ur.*l>v fflvon thnlMr.
-. .. -- o a motorbike. Interferini oni'.. eiiijh WK-ICH w<>..k fof In foulnoiiiK'iitivn th.IHtAniTOKO .... T.. Aldfrrnun\ th(> holder THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR
I with arrest and asmavatecnsnult nt tinfnllowlliK'' I'ortiril'HteNIIIIH
Dear Voter: COUNTY TELEGRAPH. .:: niil' Hnld pi rtlflcn, tow for,
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with a deadly weapon n lax ilirad to lu- lumii-d. tliproixn. .
; ; Danny Potts with ctsaull/ lint DC! this 111 day of AUBUBt ,. The tertlflontinumlmrh .
arrest 111117.> nnd :vpar of IKIUHIICO. thr donrrlptlon -
with
and Interfering t'HAHI.KS A. p.\ BT. of thn 1 proprrty. and' EXPERIENCE!
I appeal to'each of you I Chcsser sal;* the thl"d'per- Clri-k, or lint Cln-ull Court the numeH,, In whi'-h It waD HHeHw.d *- I
UeulHli &!. h....<1 .
the motorblka was Fly are an followa:
to unite in 'Ian effort to elect j son on wife. Pcpoty Clerk.SmA furtlfleat", !No' 43 Yi-ir, ofiHKiinnue
Danny Potts' ( !.) 1900.I .
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to City Council. ,/ 17 4.. 0/:1 itmrrlptlon, of Prooerty t A
me _
your
lax Carpenters 510' WQ In SW coll of SWi RETURN
During my 40 years in :.Nullre Of Apnllrnllon IVr Till "f 11I1"il1': \ (' SI\, TH" U23B ,
Picnic l>>nlXrr. [ M A.-rn, )
dedi- Enjoy 1IM.1II. f. ". whlh< nHHoimedMort'Mli
Sjarke I have been : ;: .II.I'n.. : I
IAt Lake Notice I I. her.'y t Kl\i-n. that : | .. foni tr. Co.All

catd to the growth pro Hampton :Mr.' the T. J.follDwInn Aldrrmnn c the..rtli'lcntIIHN holilornf tho .of mild ctvunly. propnrtv of Hrndford.tnto lifliiitu EWELL LAWSON

: Members of CarHnter'socnl | filed .siild. cerllflclt"f i>f rinriiiu.liilHfi .
and prosperity of our of.heir .> tux d..d l.. b.. Unuua tlnruiii. Hiu-h cfrtlftont.. or
gress
Ko. 923. members
I / The cTtlflcutu numunraind .?.rtlf I'-utnn. Htmll |10.> t'lonnuilirvordlni .
28 families and frluids tolling f IHHUUIU-O.. ttio di>- tho proport.tlowMlieil .
1' City. My : years experience >iar* o < to law TO THE
I ., on.1the .
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: 020 enjoyed: .wrlptliiii of the prnpartir In "" 'h o>-"rtiriiit orortlrii'iittfa '
.
successful business I persons immi'H,, In\ which It was anlomipil .. will be iml'l\ to llmlilvlunt
''I.' .:-.J. ..1' as ::1. pibor Day picnic at Hftmp- ar. .an follow\ 8: blddtir at tho court'irn COUNCIL GROUP 4
\ I'" (Y" will enable me to ton Lake. l'erllrh.I.l.. No.; 61V..nr\ oflitauanic .. door on th*. flintMttndav CITY -
man, 19H3.I In month of Ortober,
: 1'1
i ) ., ... .. ......... the problems of 1 Food for the picnic was I m-rlptlon. of I'i'oprrty, HCU::' I1H7 whlt-h ,In. tho Slid duy ofUcl'ilior
!r.Io.
,
approach provided by Kentucky: Fl'ledl iO' W *( KK: C'olt i>f l'"t Inn7. i
:
I't; and Iniluded -' N IUU'' W 1CU'(' H 1(10' H HIM' tn l 1.,1 IhlH 2'lll duy Of AnK.u.l. In YOUR
sound Starke
of Experience -
._ "; ,,..... ._.". _.... ... government with thicken chicken L'OU SHU: : ?a. T-3-8.!: U-52-E.. IIIH7.Cluirlon. 15 Years
atirfuuHodUl
73 barrels of wlili'li
Nam** In C SWA I.) \
business principles. I pledge to strive always for efficiency 23! gallons of cole ,&lowt' 23 ..n tiarttni bnlnitn A. Darliy City Government.
., \ mrly
,101 l >re>
All' of. | | : oftlrixlford '
of baked beam'! ISO .. Clork of Circuit! Court
in 'government and harmonious relations lalloos tl'."' "Ununty .C .trotll'1! Cnnniv. < ..FloridaMy I
and .
economy nrdrtlfltiliteM
between other officials, and between the City' of pickles. Muih. Hliall ciTllfh-iito ho rcdf' .pm.-dHH'&rilliiK D/7 41 98'' UK WILL WORK FOR .
Charles Braswell local manrUter ttlu"" the l.rrpiTlyloniiilbiHl ; I
and its people. of Kentucky Pried cnlccen In miuh i'1-rtlflunte or' In Tho ( Iri-ult. fnurl OfFlurliln Stnnil-in Power Facilities
busicst..day ".rtlfluaten. will be ..ld to thalilKhcHt Hl: ..lilh Judli-lut i iriroult O Impl'Ond; Btrretti, Irnini; ,>e and
said it was his blrtUi-r At the court, ,. !. .tad For llradford
since ,his jp'andlopening.. ,toiler. 'd..or on 'th<"* f4rni MOHluv -! ([.mi n Ir. I I letter Working Conditions and Higher Salaries for City
/ will do all within power to justify In month of Ortobor. 1967, )H'HANK TIIOMAH.: PKTKHHONF'lulntlff : Q
my fORTHSIDE BAPTIST Altlcli In the Snd Uuy of Octoor ,... r.fSn"FA Y |I Employees.Q .
1U4T.Djtixl PIITKKHOM.: nnfomlant.Til ,
Located on tsaywea: .-f'I1r' h-l till* 38th day of AuwINt. ; LilNDY KAY I'ETBUIO.V between nil rouru-ilmen imcl department head
your confidence. way [fSR. 2251at Ralford ROM? 1 I11.. Better relations

'. Sincerely, SR 161.] Services: Bund* I, SKAb Charlo) A. l>urbrCtCrtt I io flurry l!:inra.. T Av.anibertR403 ... If I fall to see you personally before the election please don't hold it
khool, 10 a. m. Sunday of Circuit Court of Roi-kford. Illlnol 1I11
'\lDrnln Worship 11 m Xradfnril, County Florida. YOU ARR HRRKBY: NOTI-I' I II agi .nst me. I will appreciate: your vote and active support.
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Jy Buuliill, M. Jlondv. D. C I -lEI> that a in It<< for divorce
W.H. (BILLY) NOEGEL raining[ Union. 6:30: p. m t-i' tt J2HNvllce I >an boon fllod .airalnnt, you AMLlofnndant
Evening Service. 7:38. Mid I by Frunk" Thoma. (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
l['otoraon a> Plaintiff In the
Week Prayer Service WedneaI O( AppU"ntlo. Fur T..I .ibave Ktyl..tl Court and Caumi
(''' ro Adv.) I ay. 1:30.Rft". Olerni Lawson Ih.nlOre. I and yon are rmiulrod to file,
pastor. ttH..... ... H. your defeno or Anllwer to the I ... .
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THE I WE'RE MOVJNG TO OUR NEW r STORE AND MUST ;




'HOVE OUT OVER 2,000 PAIR OF SHOES FOR




! SHOE WOMEN\ CHILDREN AND MEN ALL PRICED TO




GO NOW. SOME ,MARKED DOWN ,MORE THAN



RACK 25% BELOW OUR COST. SAVE UP TO 75% .




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Sale Now In Progress. For The ,Best Selections Be WOMENS AND CHILDRENS. 69 PAIRS JARMAN



Here Early __ Some Items Limited. -GOGOg !



WOMEHS! FLATS T 5 SLIP ONS SHOES FOR lEN

PAIRS OF B

941 r..c,... s.. TIES WHAT LOOK $ 99


BRAND NAMES OUT THEY GO AT ONLY --_..-.;......- DESERT BOOTS WE'RE B FIRST!

I SELLING COME
.. AT LACE UPS
GOING
VOGUE
99
,:1.. 99 ft THEM FIRST

FANTASY "" OVER 252 VALUES TO $16 99 FOR . SERVED
GLAMOUR ,." 2

DATE BOOK '',,' d"
,I
VALUESTO ; it' ANI> ONE GROUP OF

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$ .!).!) t... REG. $p.99 LOAFERS MENS DRESS OXFORDS
PENNY
OUR COST $1.10 PR.


EVERY PAIR OF WOMEHS., HEELS fe?_,4i QUANTITY LIMITED AND LOAFERS I

99 NOT MORE THAN VALUES TO $....
THEY
OUT
30 PAIR "

DRESS SHOES IN OUR STORE AT zw 2 T SO YOU BETTER HURRY -" to 99

GO REG.". $".'? I ;)

2'PAIR FOR PAIR -. '

$5.00 Children NOW 6"


99 Black. Red. White. QUT THEY CO AT



'M N'S "r BOOTS: For The Men Who Really. Vfapt- (. :, A Buy!



OUT THEY GO AT Values ,to "$74.99 REGULAR $ 9 ? MENS- LOAFERS AND& TIES BOYS MUCH rurrico PIIPPICC


NOW .
ItE>lOV AI. l'lI1CE $10.00 99

ONE GItOUl' OF :37 PRo GOING AT

I CHILDRENS)

Sandals$1171P ,


W omens SHOES This is a Store-Wide Removal Sale We're Moving to the. CanovaBuilding


VARIETY --WHITE PATTERNS Out Our Stock -
GREAT Corner and Must Clear
M ENS 'VALUES TJO $6.99 on
W O BLACK PATTERNS '


ALL WOMENS. SANDALS. PEIIHY LOAFESVALUES 2.99 AND 3.99 THE

CREKORS; R: '
INCLUDING OUR : >
UP TO $ 9

DOS AND .SALUTIOS BY VOGUE (:O THE LOW ;:; ALS RAW SHOE RACK



$ J.3VEOF 1/2 CE


1/2PRlC.E. 2.AT AND _BAGS. ACROSS FROM POST OFFICEnn


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Section! I Pate 9 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, 8TAKK1D FLORtmr TntTRSDAV. SEPT. 7, 1967



ment Commission which will of Georgia were weekend vllle 'was iat home for the Funeral Services -following described. property, Attorney for Plaintiff T-6-S. R-22-B
H. H. Everett To Head C of C be of benefit to Bradford guests of her parents, Mr. weekend with her parent tu-wlt: 971 KinKHley Avenue Name In which aniwimied. .. Jim
Lot U, 51. 62, Eu t one-half Orange Park Florida 82073 Cummlngs
be For Mrs. Webb
I County and that it may and Mrs. H. E. Priest and Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Lee. Oil I iif flH Knot one-hnir (!ill of u/7 U a28Noflre All ut sold! l properly' being In
announced soon. brother Lamar. They all Mrs. Mantle Futch has returned ,10, iota 61, 82 Woodlawn Section the County or Hradford "Mtaiu' ,

When/ Pres. Coats Resigns Oct. 1radford 1 In further action the I spent Sunday visiting rela- after a visit of two Held MondayMrs. of Wuudlawn Si. 6, 82, according an mapped map and Of ApplIestlea For Tullerrt ivf Union Florida.. Ufh curtlflratv or

Committee tives in Cedar Key. i .shall lie ri'deem l
certificates
: weeks with her son-in-law platted and chow In public "K-. ".'.111, 5'. 5.
Aneda Sullivan Webb Ueuiirdi of Bradford County, according to l I..w. thc I property" '
Heard an enthusiasticI''POI.t I Visiting nel. and Mrs. and daughter ana Mrs. Norton lit Hereby Olvon, th.tMr.
Mr. 75of, Starke. died .Saturday Klorldt4.. and containing. .sixty T. J. Alderman the lioluoi
.. Chamber of Com- \where h<, will also be In by County Agent; Hickox on Sunday were hit D. J. futney of Jacksonville... local hospital (6tll() uiruH, iliorv ur, Ivmi. To Include ", i I.., nat. ""..'lilac .. '...'"...n. ." or lurtirimtcB. will !h,. m,>lfl tn
in .
merere elect for 1963 H. I! ...!harxc of the in-seivloe: man- George Huggins on the upcoming parents Mi. and 1'1.'s.V.. L. Mr.aiJi Mis. Paul Mooreof afternoon a cum actor, and lawn. hne riled nald certificates for tile highest lilflclcr lit tli
| extended Illness ,door tin tllc *flrHt
hotiH1
after MaidprfitilaeM court
TPatJ Everett manage"-! of the n gnu lit trainees Oct. 7 Calf Scramble: I Hlckox of Jacksonville: anl! San Francisco, where he born an in Clay Countyon incwer. now. luuutcd on it on.tax The deed certificate to be laaueu nurnbnra there,< Monday In month of October.

Florida Hydrocarbons Plant at The Committee accepted which will be held under. the I his brother-in-law ani sister Is stationed wit). U. .J, Ser- She was her parents has Uuen filed against! you and year of liauance the description 1 11167, which .I I. the 2nd day of

Brooker will take ofllse Oct Coats resignation with regret. auspices of the Chamber theCattleman's Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnson vice are spending a two April 23.1892: and you are ,required to nervea of the property and October, 1967.Itteol 28111 dlly of Allfr-
were the late Riley B. and copy uf your answer ot the name. In which It was a.- this
1 due to the resignation* ol In other business at the Association, and I of Atlanta Qa. weeks lIst I 1U67.
leave with her parentsMr. Elizabeth. Green Sullivan. She pleading to the complaint on ensed are aa follows:
President David Coats. luncheon meeting at the Oar- the Farm Bureau.He Visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. and Mrs. J O. Bnerrell the I'lnlntlffa attorney l Ralph Certificate No. 13 Year of (I'I1JAL)
Jen: Restaurant last 'I'hUl"Sday said eight calf donors I was a member of the First U Thomas 671 KlngxleyAvenue laauance. 1065.DescriptIon ('har"'" A. Hnrby,
Coats, Innkeeper of the J Anders were his brother-
and daughter. Order o-f Circuit< Court of
Baptist Church and the Orange Park Florida of Property N Clerk
Holiday Inn. announced his the Bradford Chamberwas had signed up ao far, including in-law Newt Strickland ot 32071, .und file the original an- 150'. 8 61)0') of 1C 820'. of W Bradford County. FloridaUy
Eastern Star. :
resignation Thursday. Aug. 31. presented a booklet the Florida Bank at Tampa and Mr. and Wn N. of .wer or pleading In the oftlct' 440' u"rt NEW ,>ar SW'4 SBC LII. Benin M Moody D. C.ONE .
ScholarshipApplication Serving is one sinter: Mrs. of the Clerk or the Circuit I,
at a meeting of the Chamber's termed a "profile on the Starke. Art Schulz presidentof J. Strickland of Tampa, and:! Oreen.of Starke. Court on or b.rf re the 2nd ,. ..
Amy _..
county's economic situation the Cattlemen's Association -
Executive Committee. The Inn Mrs. Bill Rice of Orlando dny of October 1U67 If you

keepera\ reclvlng a promo- by two members of th.> Jackol'1le and Bryant Reddish, a :aver the weekend oundayvliltois Funeral services were held[ full rault to will do no.be judgment taken aKQ-lnet by, do-, 'I'I Serving Florida

tion and a tranfsfer to the \, \ Chamber of Com Lawtey Cattleman. were Mr and Mrs. Deadline is Sept. 14 at 11am. Monday in Jones I you fur the relief cltmiandwd" I Since 1930

124-unit Mississippi Inn merce's Area Development! -Requested Don Hill. Charles Stelnhouscr of Jack- Memorial Chapel with Rev. the uunipliilnt., 1"1.

Committee. Carl Rudlcill Hampton's representative on :onvllle. Mr and Mrs David I State scholarships in the W.A. Hogan officiating. Interment -! edT once' notice" a week Khali for be four publlah-: ((4) I f17fL arming oervfce, "n..
and Virgil\ \ Fox. The two: men the Executive CUlltI.llttee.to Johnson of Atlanta. Oa: and areas of teaching an! nursing consecutive weekii In the
Prevail Ceme-
told of Duval County's interest accept appointment to the for Labor Day Mr an
12Wides. In developing the rural Bradford County Develop James Anders and family of I for by next Thursday, Sept. tery. Florida Done,And thla Ordered let day at of Starke.Snptember : -

e. counties surrounding the ment Authority. The term of Palatka and Mr. and Mrs. : 14. according to L. H. Gibson 1967.CHAIUKS.

metropolis of Jacksonville. W. H. Maxwell of Hamptonhas Bill Anders and son joined official testing afnt! for FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD : A. DAHBV Cordially
Custom Made OF STARKE Clerk of the Circuit Courtlradro.d Mrs. Carolyn
Rudlcill president; of expired and the appointment them for dinner. Bradford! County.

For Florida Living Knight Paper Co., told the of a successor is madeon Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Application\ forms may be West Weldon St. and Ral- [ Hy M ulah County M. Moody Florida Eaves Welcomes I

Bradford Committee that Industry recommendation of the obtained at his office In the lord Road. Deputy Clerk I Representative.,; j
James Rosier
Get Mope Chamber.'VVVVVVVy. Saturday over- Sunday Services: 10:00: am Ralph I* Thomas.
YOU seems to be shying night were her sister Mrs. USO Building from 8 o.m. to RAW I* THOMAS Ph. 961-5812 You and Your
from locating In large 4 SundaY'' School; 11::00 a.m
For Your $ $ away p.m. da11y.Althoulth Your
population centers preferring v-wy yywyyyLAWTEY Sophia Starling at Ocala the applicantsare Morning Worship; 6:30: p.m.C. 122 N. Bay St. Family to

)Jo Salaried or Commissioned instead'' to locate in the niece and nephew, Mr. and usually current 12th grade A. Services; 7:30: ) p.m. SERVICE Starke New Home
Mrs. J. O. Morris and STATION
Employees more rural outlying areas. daughter Elane of Gaines students one of the nursing Evangelistic Services. S.tLESM.NStandard
The Duval Chamber's interest scholarships Is to 10th Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. Mid- I
ville. They were en route to open Oil Company The State of FloridaIt
DAD & BRAD LARSEN in Bradford and other grade students and adults. Week Prayer Meeting.
By Cnza Blanchard' South Carolina for Labor Pastor: Rnv. George Oreen (Kentucky) ban openings at
LIKE ro WORK surrounding counties stems day. The state-wide examination| Jr. stations III Jacksonville for Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and
from the fact that development -
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Spending the weekend:' with date Is Tuesday Oct. :C. Locally -, aalewneii attendant mln. I'' To Acquaint You With Your City.If .
YOU Benefit in the outlying areas
CHURCH; ACTIVITIESOrace Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starlingand the test will fce administered age 18, ochooling 9th grakle.rralnlng .
will also benefit Jacksonville.
If industry locates in Brad- Methodist. -- Sunday Owen were E'3' Olenn from 9-11 a.m. in Florida' 'In 1'10., fOlichth:.Circuit. Judlclul Court (Of:,,u.*. provided with I you are new In the area, a phone
guaranteed while In
AD Sizes an Display School, ::45. Worship Stirling stationed on the R. In And Kur Bradford Cnuntr- salary I
for instance the the
ford County Conference Room of .. '
< No. 1.14PKANPIM ;raining Honpltallzutlon Iniiirance
8-JO-12 Wide some of the dollats will 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., Choir? K. Huntington Destroyer now USO Building, Gibson stated. n ;; II. HATHAWAY retirement beneItn -- call will bring you a prompt visit
,
eventually find their Into practice Wednesday 7:30: p. In port at Mayport and Miss find EL.I2ABETH I K HATHAWAY I
1 Y Baths way
Jacksonville as a result of m. followed! by MY?. I Sheila McBurnett of Jack The application. for teaching hi. wife, PlalntlffH. v.. tork-purcliaae plan. from your local hostess. Please give _ _
and xpa.ndab1esew sonville. of JANIE SAMPSON! a willow, Htantlord 011 I I {Company
that and WSCS met at the Church requires a number dffenilant
city's large shipping
port facilities Rudlcill said. on Tuesday evening with Michael and Ronnie Den- signatures such as the coun- SUIT TO FOnECL/lSE: ARTICLES Kentucky) Is an npialipporrunlty her a call! She has maps and many

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eight present. mark of Jacksonville visited ty superintendent, the school OF AORKRMENT employer
and Used Fox director of the Jacksonville TO: JAN IM SAMPSON Vrlto U C Bell. StandardOil free and wonderful gifts for you
First Baptist Sunday their grandmother Mrs Lois principal. three current teachers AildrciK unknownYou.

8-Yr. financing available Committee of 100. School 10 a. m., Worship 11 Carter Thursday to and a medical doctor. JANIK SAMPSON are Company P. O. Box Z. i from local businesses.
: udmitted the Jacksonville Monday. hereby notified that a complaint Jacksonville, Flo. 32203.
rUN Chamber Is working througha a. m. and 8 p. jn. Training Miss Karen Lee of Galnes- Vote for Kwrll l Lawson ]I to rnrerloxv. certainArticle. I!!
Union 7 .
p. m., Midweek; services of Agreement! on the
Our Rental-Pur- selfish motive. but urges:!
Wednesday 8 p. m.
chase the Bradford Chamber to
Plan-Payments assist -
On
Saturday night Sept.
Under them In mutual :pi-ojects ----- --- ----.-
$50 Per llonthNOW. 2 the "S9turday Night YouthMeetinlJ" _
:
which will benefit rural areas .
was organized at
too. _
his Church with 36 present.
Bradford Is the third county The group will\ meet each

t on which the Duval I Saturday from 7 to 10 p. m.

Chamber has prepared a Charles and Helen Starling

profile Fox said. :are in charge. This la for _

Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE He said Us organization Is teenagers and all teenagers

primarily in helping develop ,are cordially invited.

the 12 counties In northeast Church of GodSunday EXPERIENCED WAITRESS i USED: VACUUM elvaneri reConditioned .

Full Lake Privileges! Florida which Immediately:' School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 wanted. Apply In person at If find name the Classified Ads $15 up. 10 different .
the Garden you your among ,
Homestead. Exempt- surround Jacksonville. As an 1 11.. m. and 1:30: p. m., YPE Restaurant. tfchi; P'JEiE! noJn brands to chooae. from.
)
Financing: I example of the mutual benefit Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Prayer come to The Telegraph office and receive Two Part & excellent repair all

which, could be derived I meeting Frlday'1:30: p. m. make. KIRBY SALES A : a

I.from the joint effort proposed Highland Baptist Sun- ., ; FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- SERVICE 712 N. Main Gainesville
Lake Geneva
., Fox said that. a survey day School 9:43: a. m., Worship ij.I1No. ; THEATRE PASS In. I 376-7110. tfchg
In Atlanta Oa. shows that i 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m.

Trailer Sales two per cent of that hUi6e Prayer meeting Wednesday I

city's payroll goes to Jack- 7:30: p. m. I DID YOU AT LAST!

sonville\ ] which is 350 miles We 'are pleased to nota'I KNOW It's easy to, HASTINGS MATTRESS CARL BEGGS A HOME OWNERS
O Boat tOO One !Mile! BE own a Long-champ Home 7 Bet.
!! distant. 1 that Mrs.' EffIe Miner Is improving -I & UPHOLSTERY WORKS' I' POLICY
KeyntoM HelfhU In ter built ,for\ Florida .living. 710 Lemon St. PaJatka. Gulf Service
,Open Sun. & Evenings Fox: said his group is cur Bradford County PAINTS Your plane or ours. Your lot For Mobile Homes
Hospital after having undergone
rently working on a project -I or our. Contact Buford Mitchell Furniture Repaired USED PARTS That
with the Florida Develop I surgery recently.Mr. Upholstered & Refinished Top Price for Wrecked |rare Qualify
= ; "L ... .:::..: --- phone 964-6803, P.O. Box
'"? and Mrs. John Morris CALL THE MAN
_ I I 238, Starke. tfchg MATTRESSES REBUILT 24 Hour Wrecker Service
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p .
I New Fuel Oil FROM KEYSTONE ? STOP
H. Innerspringsand
I C. Kelly -
Box Springs George E. LaRue
FOR SALE AAA S Jt U Green Stamp
BRICK
It's JiereLiwew '; ready for HOUSES Drop U. A Curd or Call Hwy. 301 N. Walde INSURANCE, AGENCY MASONRYMATERIALS
3
IV'Paints: occupancy. bedroom PALATKA EA. 5-9166 I
> M8IV9SLACT Keystone Hts. 473-4692
1 ,4 bath. Located just
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@ I outside of city limits In Pine. MKS. PEGGY SHAIXER THE RIGhT
POINT
fur thr
I breeze Small down payment 209 E. Adklna St. CONWAY I
elect
your favorite, ESTER.
Iloyalite Easy monthly/ terms. Long- StarUB, Agent FLYINO SERVICE BROOK fonntalu pen. TELE. I

( Ifl ford champ Const. Co., Contact Bu FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Air- way y_ writ. Coma In aud Ready Mix Concrete, Concrete
Mitchell. Phone
004-6833. plan. rentals. Greyhcund Bun GRAPH.
Block, Sand, Rock
P. O. Box 238 I II
Starke.
tfaThg Charter. Keep your party together I Cement, Mortar Steel Oyster -

I .. charter a bu*. Phone
Shell. Umerock. Roof
FOR SALE- Studio Couch, I
'j CL.ASM I flfc.lt: AfII > 964-4090. tfchc 1 Gravel Precast Lintels and
a be
I % 1'k.tt' can made Into day! bed. Excellent -
. di I ru- : condition. Also. break Window Sill. Everything

p 4_ t., t. II .....0.... ___ .(I,noRnph REDUCED INSURANCEAT RATES fast set; dropleaf table with 1 for Alanonry (Construction.

ward .. 4 chairs reasonable. Joe '
v IS \.ytKm AUTO, liRE BOAT Mar-

: .r. churn. If mot DOYLE K.: CONNER tinez. Ph. 004-6467. 2tp ANNOUNCINGA

I ".. I I imld' !I. mitvmmt. _*:. INSURANCE AGENCY

MKMOIIIAI.II.' nioitoM 15055 I tfc1l1t POSITION AVAILAIJLK I

S vast. pee ..,d Good opportunity for man 21- Ready Mix Plant

CARl OP Til 4 IKS -- NEW MOBILE home, Chic-k 33. Good starting: salary with

.. SO *..o.il. ... .UnatOark ., __ ....au TYPEWRITER RENTALS: asha 20 & 24 wide, Buddy. fringe benefits Including Insurance atKeystone

',. : weed OT.r M '__-.aMi' Day, week, or month.Brad- Clemson, Layton Travel Trail program. Must have I HeightsFor

ford County Telegraph. Phone era, Liberty, Taylor Azalea drivers license, experience not

3 BEDROOM: house unfinished. OG4-6305. tf buy, sell, trade. Year bank financing necessary. For progressive I' Better Service To

It does so much, :$ya acres strawberry land.'i\ UNDERWATERWEED Buckeye Trailer Mart, man willing tb learn. Apply In I
WANTED That
Service Station Area.
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mile from city limiU. $4,900.00. Inc. 8678 Roosevelt Blvd. writing, stating
'Oo but costs so little CUTTING Attendant apply L. B. Alava- qualifications. :
Ph. 964-9801.
I tfchg rea Service Station 109 N. Orange Park 204-3131. tfchg An appointment will be ar We Will Not Be

All ,Temple Ave., Starke. tfchg 1 ranged. All applications held I Undersold.
: THANK YOU NOTES--Beau- Types In
": Myers Power Tools strlckest confidence.

'B 995 tifully engraved In gold or Bulldozer A SLADK' GAS OF STARKE,
': silver. $1.2 for box of 25, inCluding Area Headquarters For INC. Bradford
Drag Line WorkJ. Lawnmower Power Tool
.. envelope Bradford POWELL 0 PO BOX 098
County Telegraph. tf McCulloch Chain Saw
C. GardnerPHONE STARKC. FLA. 32091
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Pump A: Water Syst maBrlgga

I Ragged FOR SALE ReconditionedTV 9C4-172 ft Strattoa Engine.Rentals EngineeringCo.

Sets $2500 Up. Bills Sale Service A. L. Crosby Jr..

r- Radio & TV. 9 miles South RENT WITH 230 N.E. 16th Ave.
SILVER
RANDS LAKE
east of Starke on Rt. 100. OPTION TO BUY GainesvWe 376-3411 SINGER ZIQ ZAO
-pgbi'fCJ1l1t"&dJlH'lrvl. $2.700 to $3.500 3 BR Furnished Home with
I : tfchg CONSOLE MODEL .
GATOR BONE LAKE Family Room. SEWINO MACHINE A-I
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No. 556 Developers! Over
$3,575 to $4.275 FOR SALE 1961 Ford V-8 Phone Stark
9 acres. clone in. Call for Information CORNER LOT run. good $293. J. R. Bolllng- shape. zig Zags. make buttonholes -

.. \, EASY TERMS Convenient two bedroom ton. 'fchg fancy design, sews 964-5403

: JFith many important features of Royal office No. 547 See S. E. McKay home large comfortable on buttons, appliques monograms
typewriters} 4 Lots! Approx rooms, with screen porch and etc. Sold 'new for over
110' by 300'. Planted In grant) Keystone Height car port. Low down payment FOR RENT-4 room and bath .. 300. MUST* SACRIFICE. Keystone Ready

; Full-size keyboard & ready to build on. Well & 47.1-4740: or 473-4153 low monthly payments. furnished apartment. Call 964- Just pay balance $64 or assume Mix\

j Septic tank. Buy one or all 1'tionen 473-4816 0852. tfchg monihly Keystone

: : I Pleasant, light Royal "touch" .N'.t. _CI.n..._, ......m._ ..._, ._....v__._. I..u. Credit$8 Manager payments.Call COLLECT 4734285FOR
B42 Priced Cot. .1 I
Right
"p Wide writing line tage, 3 rooms with enclosed FORCED TO SELL Owner Two waiting.to 20 acres. Have buyers 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED Jacksonville 3S3-1946.

I Roll 'n' porch. Priced at $4400. I lelng transferred. Pay equity HOUSE lot fronting .100 ft. anytime. Will deliver. No .
I
Ready Paper Feed STROUT REALTY nd assume mortgage. Con- BILL POWELL on paved road. 185 ft. deep obligation. 4Uhrf: 928| : RENT 3 rooms and

I Quick-Set margins 2117 N. Temple Ave., Starke,, rete block construction. 3 Real Estate Access to Crystal Lake. $6- bath furnished cottage. 515

to H < .. ,I Retractable I Fla. ((904)) 964-B609 'Jedroams, living room dining' 000. Terms to. be work 3d out. Will care for Infants up to 18 Nona St. tfchy
401
li paper -oom, kitchen W. Madison St.
support, tile bath, Country Home over 2.000
mo. Call 964-7770. lip
: .. :-Ih.: > j 2-color ribbonGuaranteed FOR NT-Small unfurnished icreened porch, patio. Land- Phones: Off. 964-6464 sq. ft. living area Large GOOD, USED TYPEWRITERS -

." tr1 2 bedroom house. Larg Icaped an.:! tree shaded lot. After Hn. 533-2018 oaks, 4 acres fenced, facing FURNISHED COTTAGE PortaJblea., from 155. Standards and
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for 5 years yard. Ideal for couple or :7all: 964-7420 for appointment. P. O. Box 1089 Starke. Fla. Hwy. 100 in Putnam Hall. Kingsley Lake. Married couple for Rent. Also! Typewriters
Bradford
: small family. 233 N. Bay. tfchg Price 15000. Big value for only, until June 15. Call County

5-YEAH GUARANTEE. Royal Typewriter Company Inc. Guar.. .. _ ltchg BOAT FOR BALE-14 tt.i hose who love quiet place to 5332711. ltchg Telegraph. tf

: antee replacement at no charge, other than labor and .hip- AGENT WANTED for established Fiberglass runabout with 30 live. James H. Mco.cbern.Realtor. : ,
0 ping, of any defective part (except rubber parts ribbons, or Lenwood Bobo hp. electric starting Evlnmd Keystone Heights.Fla. MALE HELP WANTED
I Insurance Debit. FOR. RENT Unfurnished 3
parts damaged by accident or misuse) within five years of i Must have and trailer $475: .00. Phone Cll- Phone MEAT CUTTER and beef go-
473-4106
TAKE YOUR CHOICE auto and have lived bedroom house, with central
,; purchase No labor charge within first 90 days. Guarantee ford Martin 964-7378. ner to work In Gainesville
Itchg
cover only the original' purchaser. Two delightful homes In 'n vicinity for number of year 4t :5hg:! 9128| heat. Centrally located. To State age, experience, and
Starke, each at (21600 : This la a wonderful opportunity .
priced HOUSE FOR SALE: Must? sell couple or couple with schooling. Write P. O. Box

: Stop in. See it. .00. Let me snow both for someone who want to 3 bedroom, 2 bath house. Loca. FOR RENT-2 bedroom un. small child see Mrs. Crow- 702, Gainesville Fla. 2f/chg
Try it. You'll love the spirited new Royalite you buy one, your friend the make a career 'In the Insurance ted Close to schools and town. furnished house. 529 W. son at Telegraph Office or 9/7

.. other. A. J. Thomas, Realtor. business. If qualified will Call 964-S083 after 6:00: P. M Pratt St. Contact Mrs. "'R. E. Call Keystone 473-4225. tf
.. Tel 964-5701. start? you at $100 per week
for appointment.\ Btchg -9-7 Mundorf at 839 E. Laura St.
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.: Also Full Line ot Electric Portables FOR SALE-80 gallon elec- R.whIle Morris training.for Call appointment.2tchg 372-3694., FOR SALE 1 boy's and 1 after 12 noon. Itchg LOST Bed' Docliihund. Experienced Typist will do all 9-

inc hot water heater also 9/7 girl's 24 In. bike. Also OE answer. to name Hadl, at kinds of typing In my home.

milk! mixing machine. Phone automatic. two-speed wash- FOR RENT Furnished 2 Klngsley Lake. Phone 833- Phone 94-7710. 2tchg 9/7

; 782-3313. 2tchg! 9114 room cottage on 301. Phone 2136. Itp
ing machine.-1105 W. Mad-
BRADFORD COUNTY ANY CREDIT- CARD ACCEPTED 964-6401. ,ltchg .
TELEGRAPH WANTED- HandUcapped ison St. lip FOR SAI..E9 Plymouth; 61
Physically NOW AT UAH- TUB RIGHT POINT for theway Ford wagon:' Magic Chef

r salesperson for Ctarke MER'S DISCOUNT HOU3E. Adjustable VinylO-il FOR SALE!: Mallard Ducks. you write.. Come In range; 1 Yorkshire and Hampshire
Goodwill Store. Inquire at 112 E. CALL ST. 964-7933 Covers. All atzes 30 cents sa. .
Call 782-3737. After 7"p. 1.i and select your favorite ES- sow. All very reasonable.Call .

,, Chamber of Commerce. lip -- .. $Ic> at The Telr ph. i 782-3200. Itp TERBAOOK. foutala .... 964.7 88. 2tp fl71

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