Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 14, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:03756
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worker, 'Lucien Block'er, ? Council ft.w[ :

was' found guilty:, Tuesday Sibley
of ass4 l1t and battery in

a jury trial in the summer 1 ''f Run off i .,

terra of, County .' ; Charges

Jiidge'3 Court ,
underway .
for two weeks ., ... /Is SetIt

Bradford Ctounty ,Judge .. ,
Theron Yawn sentenced i4: < .
Blocker ; .'. .
to fix; months in the county I was tabbed as a
}all. Blacker have been dismissed
was convicted of :
: election and
quiet a near
an assault- with his list on "- .! Jf in the case of
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Annie .Maer.Wallace\ In Hamp ,$)- .. t' m'";; : record 1,670 Starke citi- former Starke Policeman

ton fast Jan.. 13. .Witnessesfor ,.", ';'';' ; ; zens quietly boosted new-
..& ''' Lane Sibley who was to
the state Included Dr. Pete IJIII"'' '. '. comer Bibby Biggs into
be tried this week for
Fetes and Bradford '
Peputy city hall as their chief of '
Sheriff Robert contributing to the delinquency
\ :; police Tuesday night. \
Blocker was scheduled for l iJ! RL of a minor.
But a second primarywill
trial Monday, !but failed to ,
Chief Bill Kosser sits quietly The charges against Sibley.:
appear ,then.Defendants. be required in two by himself minutes before a police sergeant who had

.. have .been found I\. weeks, Sept. 26. to decide votes were counted. been on the force for three-

Innocent in two Jury trial to Jjt ( :. "i: 1J the two council Meats being years,, go back to Januarythis j
date in the term. Two Lawtey 1j .. '..9 i'' .rJ./' \. ,.,. i.L> tree. contested. year when a warrant ,

men Wilbur and Cludy Strong ';"\ ori.! ,..1:": :' \ ...pIIIA Interest centered town door-to-door In the was signed charging 14m
were found innocent of charges : / '," ",,,:,,, around first primary the educator with statuatory rapeA /'
'1' .t J.I. the police chief cald he will redouble 1.Is efforts
of committing:, an affray by .:.' ,) hearing on Feb. 10. at
fighting' in a trial Monday -. ;\ ,,"., ... ..: ,:..-.I. ;, u",;., race which was predictedto during the next two which representedby
.... ... Sibley was
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'The two brothers denied that Police Chief Bill Rontwr, left, and challenger Bobby ousted the ..Ix-"f'ar Incumbent chief IOn: to 607. The up almost a 2-to-l marginas "It was a good race," was bee Scruggs, saw the rape

any.blows 'were struck In .the Bigg frame thin photo as they watch wIth Intense In- victory wan. not nurprlslng to most. city polltiUtuui but the he bagged 1,027 votesto the veteran Noegel's only charges dismissed "for want.
alleged incident i last Jan. Iat forest AS ballots were being counted Tuesday nIght. Blggw. huge margin wait. comment, "'I know it would of evidence to establish probable -
the home Of their mother incumbent Bill Rosser's 'be close, but I feel like I. can cause," according to-

Mrs.. Retta Strong.; County 607. beat him" the record of the case In the
Prosecutor Gene Shaw tailed In Tact, newcomers dominated Police Chief Bill Roarer sat office of County Judgo T. A.
Mrs. Strong: and Aretha Austin Timber Tax the election. Young Gerald quietly to one side as the Yawn. At the conclusion of
aa Witnesses lor the state. Dr. Wayne Whiffen /Is Named Williams, Independent ,ballots were seperated Tus- the heading however, a see- t

'A verdict of not guilty was Check ProtestedA Telephone employee was high day night, most of the time ond warrant was signed:
also returned Wednesday in man In the Group 4 city not speaking or smiling. against Sibley charging him

the trial of Oneal Odcll Reed President Elect Of ChamberDr. council race with 598 votes. ''When the counting began he with the lesser crime of contributing
who was charged with drtv- check submitted bv tImber Veteian city politician Ewell Nelson Blocker
Jng while' ",Intoxicated. .P'* -- owner Lawson, a former touncll- and laid "repeatedly as he a minor

in l other eases to date In Wayne Whlffen, starko tona Beach. He also suggested service that is on par with last. week for payment of his man and bond trustee, polled checked the two table*.!-"He's The Sibley case did not appear -
the 'trial "termr:" .*\ JI optometrist was named that a third sign be placed that of other towns ant: citiesin 1963 back taxes has been accepted 608 ballots and A. G. [Art: got me, he's got me" on the trial docket for.
William F. Pendarvli. Law- prealdent-elect of the Starke- on 110 as a moans of the area. but under protest, by (Louden had 472. < Even before the final the term of County''Judges'

Uy; chanted 'his" lea to guilty Bradford County Chamber of diverting traffic to US-301. In other action the directors Tax: Collector J. R. Kelly. P. T. .Nolln.) retired Brad- count was made the Chief Court Ii to! be held this week
In his taxes last
to driving while #Jntoxtcatd Commerce at a luncheon He was authorized to negotiate voted to recommend the paying ford equ t,et.and. :a new- walked up to his opponent. and ati August ;?Q entry lA the

>JudYAwn:'Javled,..a -meeting..of, ,AJ.rectotLo.Ja.&t .,."with! .. th&... JLUytona. appointment of Don;) ,IW of,, week :Blocker discount deducted"$CM a h.4vancent comer to politicalcircles' ,: Biggs, shook his hand and ._crtmin oc.ket.-JrI: .t ge .1 I
One of $100 or 60 days ,in Thursday. He will take office Beach Chamber of Commerceand Hampton as a replacementon : on was/ hlerh'lnTthe Group: / race said, '"Congratulations.; 'Bobby *-' Yawn'aofftoe states the case" .;

Jail !in' the ,caet'1nd. rrvolced a* president on ,February 1. ) other organizationswhich the Bradford County De-. had paid. toward assessment the In with 775 votes 80 more than you've got me beat. has been rlolle pressed. .
Pentfatvls"' drivers'.. \'* license'' for ;Dr. Whlffen was picked tosucceed would benefit from Increased velopment Authority for W. 1069.: Kelly takes position veteran/ Billy Noegel's 095 W. Rosser Wednesdday wished At the Feb. 10 hearing on 1
that the discount cannot be
90 day*. ,- H. H. [Pall) Everett, trafflo on 100 to see H. Maxwell who has resigned. F. BUll Owen had 133 votes. t iBlggs well when he takes the rape charges: State's (Attorney -
A second case against Pen- who will' assume the presidency if they would assist' financially allowed unless a man's taxes At stake in the Group 5 contest over the chief's Job Oct. 3. Ted Duncan of Gainesville j
are paid before ,the deadline. ,
.dartls.. for..voluntary Intoxication on October 1 as successor in erection of the signs. Presented( awards to representatives was the. one-year unex- 'I appreciate everything pointing to Sibley. 1
A:nola contends. Ino conteitl Thursday meeting, coats Bobby Taylor reported on media for their support of taxes when due, but made toward a partial
plea I was entered by submitted his resignation plans for the Calf Scramble: ohamber projects: John payment mayor early this year at the good job." man" evidence presented did
Harold Dean Swell' to due to being transferred. in scheduled for Saturday, Oct. Sanders of radio station. them, the"collector says. death of Mayor llandatChltty. Rosser, who has been police not warrant continuance of
said !he
Therefore, Kelly ,
charges: of unlrwrfu) speed the Holiday Inn organizationfrom ?. He said the list of donors WPXE: E. L. Matthews of chief six: years and servedon the charge that Slblev!\ !had
has accepted Blocker's $1,270
and failure .,to answer.a um- Starke to Meridian for the ,10 calves needed is the Bradford! County Telegraph Though he was high man. the police force before committed the offense with.
check for the 69 taxes under
mons. I1e. '*fine of $23' or five day in Fred Peden, vice president funds would be needed\ for of the Gainesville Sun. protest and has asked: tor an ,the votes were counted Tuesday vacation since December 1963 the age of 18 who was) of
opinion from the State Comptroller's -
J Jell In qob 4aM, ,. A third\ end manager of Owen Steel the purchase of pigs and -Instructed the secretary night whether ha would and may take one when he previous chaste character.
charge ',of< operating a, motorvetolcle Joist company In Starke, was other expenses. Taylor also to write letters to the office which the week.expects !: continue the race into the leaves office. He has stated Sibley resigned voluntary
'without a drivers elected as director to serve presented a certlflcata! from proper authorities requesting by the end of second primary. Saying he over the past year he would: from the Starke police fore*"
Blocker and four other
license 'against.Seweli wasasmissei on theboard as a replace Commissioner of Agriculture that continued we be madeof Con. "dreads' the two-week run- be a candidate for sheriff In on Jan. 30, the same day the
ment for Coats. Doyle Conner to the Chamberfor Camp BlandIng for tho plaintiffs, Rayonler, off race and that "what I've the next general election and first charge was mada.
tamer ,
JJX,Tuesday** action David On behalf of the chamber assistance in promotionof summer training of Florida Corp 'been doing will not be ,Wednesday sold that is still. Police Chief Bill Rosao
and Oilman Paper Co. entered -
Eugene Dyal changed his Everett presented Coat witha the Florida Festival of National Guardsmen of their enough," the former Starke fa. possibility" says It will be left to the
suit In protest
plea to'guilty in two eases framed certificate In appreciation Foods. elementary principal buys he "Extremely ,gratified," was City Council to decide
Agreed to continue the 1965 assessments! in Bradford
ontrlbutlo to the delinquency of his service to The directors voted to has a "lot of thinking to dodo Biggs' description of the whether or not the former
of a .JDJn r'.c.nd possession the community, and the employment of high school County but their claims were the next day or two." election Wednesday after he police officer should be reinstated -

of an.. .Ataohollo) bever.ge.by chamber. withdraw a resolution pro- student Linda Strickland for dismissed by Circuit Judge Noun felt before the Tues- had celebrated his victory \ the queation-com6s'; lip
John A. H. after
minor.. lie, testing difficulties In placing at least another month atassistant Murphree a Tuesday night The newly
"' was John A. Torode reportedon four-day trial In January. day vote that he would poll ,
sentenced to $28 fine five long distance telephone calla cent of the elected chief saldl he feels
"at least 60
chamber office
of a study made of the In the The timber firms were also per Armed RobberyRepeated
In '' those two from Starke after a report the main reason for the
Jail In
[days despite the fact that ordered to court costs /votes, and win in t the first
chamber's advertising pay
program by Bob Coleman district heavy &-3 vote In his lavor Is
cases and: also] a third charge primary By Wednesday noon
:of. contributing. to which he and recommended that manager for Southern Bell, funds for the Work Study and interest on their taxes Nolln had made his mind up that "people want a more Wed.:
Jan. 1. 1968.
owed after
,had.previously pled guilty. two signs be placed on I-7S who said he had Investigatedthe Program( have been Jlsroa-/ to go 'all out In the second efficient police department.
The i Court Wednesday passed directing traffic to SR-100 complaint and that tlnueJ.car Oilman has paid its 1963 primary. After covering the (Continued on P&ae'Two] At Minit Mart
the 'case.of J Pannjr Phillips as the shortest route to Day- Starke subscribers are getting [Continued On Page Two}

:'of XAWtey. charged with An armed' robbery which(

malicious! Injury, *n the netted two unknown med $721
;Recommendation of Prosecutor Two Women Have Local Tics Wednesday afternoon. took
Oene Shaw who' notified
place at the Jackson Minit
the Court' the 'chief witness Market on Browntee Street,

to serving in..the. armed,forces Assistant Police Chief Ken

.nolo"InT' :.Virgin.Vietnam..'contendre Mae to Terrell_ *. iharge pled One Still Missing One Found Deadnative Fuqua Fuqua reported.of said til: market the two,'reported employees --

of beer to minors
serving that two men came into
i (Continue* en lag. Twe) the .store. One stood by the
Two of ,the several mysterious locked the doors, and drove her husband from Lake of Blakeley, Oa. He door and the other approachedthe
'MEN AND \VOtaEN disappearances of young< returned to the store co check Geneva to the Florida State + ri'M I left Gainesville on August 18 counter with a pistol. .
women In the North :Florida her work schedule for the Prison, where he was doing ,to stay with relatives in Don-: The bandit Fuqua said told

area- in recent' weeks have following week. She lct the some temporary research alsonville. I| Webb Kersey to fill up a bag
Volleyball local overtones.Mrs. store alone, and never returned work.Mrs. Rivers came to the attention with money. Another employee.
Carol Persons, whose to the car In the parking Persons drove from of Alachua County law Sinclair Crews was countingthe
League t body was found In a shallow k lot. The car with handbag the prison to Gainesville and officers after his arrest In day's receipts, 72148.
grave in southeast Gainesville and groceries inside was kept a 9 am. appointmentat Georgia, when authoritiesthere The two employees handed

Sunday, lived-until the found In the same place on the University. She did contacted the Alachua the money over, Fuqua said
ORGANIZATIONAL time of her disappearance r the parking lot the next not appear for appointments sheriff's office for Information he was told. They were then
on July 27-with her hus h morning.Mrs. at 1 a. m. and 1 p. m. In theJ. on the youth. forced to go into the store

_MEETINGSMon. band. Roy, at Mathewson Wllke is described as Hlllls Miller Health Cen- b.b'l Women Warned cooler. >
Manor on the southwest side 5-5 high' weighing 120 ter.Lt. The Alachua I County Kersey and'Crews told Chief.

and Tuea.,..Nights of Lake Oeneva. Highway 214. ) pounds with reddish brown Ron Stanley of the Ala- sheriff's- office Imo warned Fuqua the men were driving
They had lived there about tl.o !.".;, rn hair, blue eyes, and a small chua County Sheriff De- women in the area about getting a light blue or light green
Old Armory f year ,before the tragic Incident. wart on the side of her nose. partment thinks !Mrs. Person b Into their automobiles Buick car and headed west
When last seen she was wear- may have gone to the J. M. hY j under unsafe conditions. County deputies and the Florida

In another case, which mayor Ing a blue blouse and blue Fields Plaza after her first "I.f. you see a strange man Highway Patrol have been
may not have connection skirt, and white slip-on shoes. appointment to shop. It is standing around for no apparent notified !but nothing had been

This Space' Contributed with the Gainesville crime, Anyone ''With information jjoesible that she was abducted reason, go back into turned up by 7 p.m. Wednesday
Mrs. Nancy Stewart Wilke A//; ,v concerning her whereaboutsmay there at gunpoint as the store until he leaves or .

Weekly t* PublletwCMMmnnity ktfaappeared from a .ut>ec- can collect to Chief Ray she returned to her car, then 'report his actions to the police Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish <

market parking lot In Way- Mrs. Wilke Pope, Waycrofis Ga. Police driven or forced to drive her Mrs. Personsgree ," the warning said: Is working with Fuqua on
: .Errata ..y cro_, Oa. on August 12 Department, phone 283-2349; car to a wooded area west It appears that Mrs. Per the robbery, the second 'to
The -v't'.' Mrs. Wllka is, the ,granddaughter was a cashier at the PlcTT- or Capt. Johnny Dixon. Georgia of Lincoln High School In mui/ter' charges have sons could have been abducted have taken place at the Brown-

Community of Mrs. Amy Green Save store on Knight Avenue Bureau of Investigation, Gainesville where she was been filed against Willie by a man who got into lee market In the .past, rear.
State Bank Foes' of 1837 Tbelma Street. in Waycross. She check- Waycross, Oa., Phone 283- robbed and shot, Stanley said. the car on the passenger aide,
Jacksonville. Mrs. Foes" is the out from work at 6 pm. on 6655 The young woman's body Samuel Rivers, 18-year-old 'pun in hand, after she got CLASS REUNION"
UtetvtA >mv* bunrttP later of former County Commissioner August 12, went home, Persona Case /was found burled beneath a student ..t Lincoln High In on the driver's side. The Bradford High 'School
i Russell H. Green.Jr. changed clothes,; and. returned Mrs Persons whose body few inches of dirt in an area School, who la now in the Women were also warnedto class of 1942 will hold its

'. t*.'>ti&oM'trFederal of Brooker who requested ;- to the store to purchasea was found Sunday, and her covered with thick brush and county jail at Columbus, Oar lock their cars, when parkIng 25th reunion at 4 p.m. Satyr
The Telegraph, to help week's supply of gioceries. husband. Roy, were both scrub trees. She had been Depoaltan '' ....... publicize a reward of $1.200 She and! a bag boy carried studying for doctorate degree shot once in the back of the connection with the August the floor apace behind the Mrs. Billy DoWIIre., An

.. "", for information concerningthe the groceries to her car In In psychology! at the University head, apparently .with a .32 89 shooting of James Lynn front seat before getting into member of the class are;.invited

.. .. mIMIng woman. the parking lot. Mrs. WOke of Florida. On :the' day caliber bullet. Moore, of Colqultt Ga., near the car. to attend. *.";*
The 20-year-old.. Mrs. WUka placed: her handbag In &the of her disappearance aha' Stanley said that first do- DonaknnvUle. Rivera la a



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I Mrs. Oarl Mathews vlsltei,.. qi Byron' ''I'erwt1le1Oar "ntered absentee can begin.

her nephew, Albert AV. \"Whlsler. his freshman year at the Col- Absentees, which totaled
who Is ,$ellerft' In Baptist lege of Charleston In Charleston 73, were counted in with the
: *-. jAemorlal Hospital S. C. last Monday. regular ballots Tuesday
1 rWiUfldSonvllle.: last Friday Col. and Mrs. Charles night There were 16 no
morning. I Mooney and children Lt. Jack :McComb 3f Mooty Washington D. C. were recent voter who mailed the tlttti 'to
GLADYS MOOTY AFB Valdosta Ga. spent last guests of Mr. and Ml's. his billot back to city: hall
Phone 964-7603 weekend with. his parents Van H. Priest. Col. Mooney and sent ballot to Clerk Edwards -

Mr. and Mrs. J. McComb.. is a former resident of : at his home the day ,

Mr and Mrs. Luther Wilson 1 Mrs Guy Sale president of Vote for Evvell Lawson! Starke. before the election. I t, '

of Green Cove Springs the Starke Woman's Club Mrs. W. B. 'Alexander and Mri. C. C Testdn of Kings- Three Incumbent candidates I "., :P I ....
visited his sister Mrs. S. E. Miss Delia Hosentwrif, Mrs. Miss Wilma Alexander visited land Ga and Mrs. II. C. Sor- Including Edwards : '

Sparks, Sunday. Paul Bridges Mrs. V. J. the C. C. Stantons In East enson of Mandarin spent the were unopposed and ware officially ': ....:: ''j,1, {' ;.. ... ,
Holt Johnson of Jackson- Spcnerler\ aaj Mrs. Lucian Palatka on Wednesday.Mrs. weekend with Mr and: Mrs, elected Tuesday I "
ville was visiting his aunt, C.-mner attended the Fall Arlln McKnistht attended C. S. Haddock and fimily. night. Mayor Carl Hurst poll / ""
Mrs J. E. Wilson Monday. Board meeting In Gainesville a supervisors' conference Mr and Mrs Pat Fimtaha ed 1.237 votes Clerk Edwards / .

Donald Thompson who last Wednesday and THUi's- at the State Board of of Elk-hart. Iowa returned 1,267, and Group 21| ... 'Qf I""''.'.'..
:has spent the summer working Health last Thursday .and home last Wednesday' after Councilman Jimmy McRae '

In Preeland Mich will"! day.Mrs.. Neater Petcher of Friday. spending:!' 10 days with Mr. 1.091. /7//. ,
arrive home Tuesday by Jacksonville' Is visiting her Mr. and:: Mrs. T. L. Caseyof and Mrs. Merrill Edwards .tPTO
plape and will enter the University sister Mrs. Margie Underhill Rlvervlew visited Mr. and and family. Timber Tax .
of Florida. and nephew) and niece Mr. Mr*. Oroover Conner over Mrs. C. B. TerwlJlejar: Sr.
Mr and Mrs. Gary Chewn- and Mrs. Dave Paulk, this the weekend. was an overnight guest of Check Protested
Ing and daughter Donna: cf, Mrs. W D. DuBosj and Mr. and Mrs. Terwlllegar Jr.
Cross City were recent vlst- week.Mrs.. Mary L ScoggIns of children of Jacksonville: were enroute to ner home In St. [Continued From Page One] I MOVE FAST

Itors of her parents Mr.\. and Columbus Ga. is spendingsome visiting Mr. and Mrs. O R. Petersburg after a month's : taxes
full total of $7.-
Mrs D. Ii Thomas time here with her son Alvarez Sr. Sunday after visit in New York State
Mr and Mrs Leo Champion and daughter-in-law Mr. noon. Col. and Mrs. T. T Long 068.The
will leave Tuesday for; And Mrs. C. R. Ccogglns.Kftllle Rex Brown of Miami spent arid Dave Long were In Memphis three remaining! plaintiffs I
PI t3burg. Ken far atwo, Seymour and* John I several days last week with Tenn. during the week- have Instituted appeal,
weeks visit with, relatives and Adams spent last veek In: his parents Mr. and Mrs. end visiting Mr. and Mrs. proceeding and posted sjper-1
friends Fayetteville Ark. I IMls.es George W. Brown. Tom Long and Infant son. sedeas bonds covering the[I
pil'y Dean Thompson has : Jane Adam, Vickie Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Warren Archie Green and Mike De- $48.000 still owed the county. Model End Clearance
They are appealing JudgeMurphree'a
entered St. Johns'River Jun- Struth. Marla Moore, and and son of Atlanta. Ga. Fllllpo who spent fast weekat
decision! to the
lot College. RlThard Wainwright will spent last week with Mrs. W. St. Thomas Virgin Islands -
First District Court.Terwillegar .
\frs. Merritt Williams entered leave: Sunday for Tallahassee T. 0111. were weekend guests I
:Bapti: Munorlal Hospital where they will enter FSU as Mr. and Mrs O. S. Dixonof of Mrs. L. J. Green enrouteto
Wednesday where she Juniors. Nashville, Tenn. are their home in Chicago 111. I

underwent siiwry- today. :Miss Phyllis Jones of spending this week with Steve Edwards:! will enter Is Elected I
)Jvir. and Mrs. Iimr wil- tavla. Ill has returned to Ba-I their son-in-law and daughter his fourth term at FSU

*" to of Lake Wales spent home .after spending Mr. anti: Mrs. Donald in Tallahassee on September To Head BCDAClyde
weekend: here with rela- tteek!: here with her uncle Bagwell. 20.
F., and aunt Mr. and Mrs. C. R. SSgt.| end Mrs. Robert L. G. Terwlllegar was'
u. for Ewcll Lawson Scogglns. Cooper and family of Savannah CourtIn elected president of the
and Mrs. Fostrr Shl Mr. and Mrs H. M. Rlch- Ga. are spending this Bradford County Develop-
Mr. andl -Mrs. GUY arde spent Saturday after- week with Mr. and Mrs. C. ment Authority at a meeting

,d Mrs. V!. B. Mundy neon In Palatka with their L. Cooper. ActionContinued in the Chamber of Commerce '
:sending: the Oepl. of son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Vote for Ewell Lawson office Tuesday night. i
.e ire Annual Confer- and Mrs. Lyle Buck: and' Mr. and Mrs. George W. He will take office effective 68 And Olds
1: Tallahassee today taanlly. Brown spent the weekend [ From Pans One October 1. succeeding H. H.' Chevy

a irrow. While !there Mr. and Mrs. Gail Mat- with Mrs. Norman Rigdon She was adjudged guilty by Everett, who has resigned'
a 'pjndy will visit Then *IPWS were dinner guests Friday and family and Maurocn returned Judge Yawn who Imposed) a effective that date. I
101 Miss JearJi' ;1 Mundy: night of Mr. and Mrs. home with them for Everett's resignation was
fine of $75 or 15 days in jail.A
>r of the Mental; Bruce Mathews and family a week's! ''visit. due to the fact that he will
,; ion program. AH Gainesville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James Cooper charge of permitting alcoholic become president of the

and Mrs. Leon Shimer and Mrs. Jim Weldon and family of Chief land miners beverages against to <']Clarence" servedto Chamber of Commerce on HERE SEPTEMBER 2151

Augustine will spend and family: of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rhoden was dismissed at the October 1, moving into that,
'ekend here wtth ,Mr. spent the weekend fore: as C. L. Cooper on Sunday.Mr position to succeed Davidl L.
request of Prosecutor Shaw
.."i ,. F. S. SmithSCiIEDULE guests of their> parents, Mrs. ant:!! Mrs. Harold Bran- Coats.
who told the Court he' has
-- Steve Weldon and Mr. and ham were visiting Mr. and Coats resigned as C'hlmber'president '' '
"Mrs. J. F. McComt Mrs. Thomas Coon in Green taken: testimony in the case due to beln, transferred 68 CHEVROLET TRUCKS HERE NOW
IF SERVICES and found evidence to be in-
E. J. Hazcn and son. Julian Cove Springs, Sunday.Mr. sufficient. I I from his position here.
: of Lakeland were week- and Mrs. R. O. Dansby In other action at the'
k, EDWARD'S CHURCH end guests of Mr. Hazen's were vacationing I In the Two cases have bee con I Tuesday meeting the Authority -i
tinued by Judge Yawn. The
: Starke sister, Mrs. A. E. McKinney Smoky Mountains last week. voted to pay half the I
nca.v: Mass: 9:15: a. m. Those from Starke attend- trial date of Gary Hampton: salary of a DCT student who

i urc3ay Mass: 8:30: p. m- Sr.Mrs.. W. S. Melson, Miss f 'ng the Women's Club Board charged with driving while will work Jointly for the I
:,', arulous Medal Novena: Karon Melson and) Mrs. Billy Meeting in Gainesville! : Inst Intoxicated, has been changed Chamber of Commerce and '
..1) ,day, 7 p. m. ; Melson spent Sunday In Thursday were Mrs. Guy from Sept. 14 to Sept. 23. The the Development Authority. I AIL 67 NEW\ CHEVROLETS AND OLDSMOBILES
trial of Mrs. Miller
< nfessions 5 1 13T Sandy
: p. m. and Hawthorne visiting Mrs. Mel- Sale, Mrs. Lucian Conner,
charged with petit larceny,,
'm and Mrs. and Mrs.
son'3 parents Mr. Mrs. Llllle Bridges Leslie HumphriesAccident
;: WtLLLUl'S CIIURCDKeystone Julian Boone. V. J. Spengier. has been )postponed': : from

Heights Miss Madge' Mlddteton and Mr. and Mrs. Prescott Gill Sept. 22 to Oct. 3. VictimIn

''Sunday :Mass: 7:30 a. mad Mrs. Ruth Fraiaer: will attend are. visiting Mr and Mrs. R. Prior to the beginning action '..
in the session scheduledto MiamiLeslie
9 a. m..Wednesdal. the Alpha Delta Kappa F. Prather In Jennings La. GO
last two weeks Judge Yawn
: Mass and No sorority Convention tn Titus- this week.
vdaa 7 pan.ST. vine thisweekend.. O. A. Gay, carrier for the complemented the panel of C. Humphries. 28
MARY'S CHURCH Sgt. Ewell Lawson Jr. of Florida Times Union has jurors on the fact that none was killed !Instantly In an -
Macclennar 4b. Eglin AFB Is spending 10 been, confined ,,10"; Ida home had asked: to be excused from automobile accident In Miami .
I 'fluty.! One member/ of the Jury '. The r' .-
011 Sepf mb f"B accident
Law- since
Sunday Mass: Iff.: m. days with Mri and! Mrs. with, a dislocated hip
son Sr. Tuesday was Mrs. Alice W. occurred on the Pal-
Sept. 3.
J' McGarvey one of tl.ree or metto Expressway as Mr.
Mrs. Allegra McRae has been
added! to the staff at Dr. F.O. four women in the county Humphries was returning USED CAR
U Felos' office. who signed up for Jury duty from work on a constructionJob. SPECIALS

.. Mrs. Vergie Flynn spent duty.Due He was riding with a N U M .
Sunday afternoon In Gainesville to the lengthy term friend, and both men 'were
I where Mrs. W. E. Faxon's scheduled Judge Yawn Intendsto thrown from the car. The
celebrated draw two panels of Jurors.In driver is still on the critical
with a birthday dinner was and refreshments three cases not on the list in a Miami hospital.Mr. 1966 FORD CUSTOM 500 OLD
in the afternoon.Mr. trial docket but for which the Humphries Is) survived MODEL SALE

i and Mrs. L. D. Green Court accepted guilty pleas by his widow and two cons of 4Dr. Sedan, V-8, automatic,

II II 1 spent Saturday In Lochloosaand Tuesday and Wednesdaywere Miami; his parents. Mr and heater, power steering __ $159500radio
: Mrs. Lester C. Humphries of
Earl Hicks two worthless Starke brother Robert C. 1959 BUICK
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green ; a $395.00
I check charges sentenced to of Miami and
Humphries ; a
Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Green Jr. of Gainesville and a fine of $25 or 15 days and sister. Miss Patricia Humphries 1966 FORD RANCHERO Mechanically good with air
Ordered'' to make restitution.
of St. Augustine./
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sanders
of Donald Lett, unlawful Funeral services were! heldat V-8 automatic radio I and
attended the graduation 1960 CHEVROLET
speed sentenced to a fine of 1:30 Saturday in 1495 $295.00
Bill sity of Green South from Carolina the Univer-In $25 or to five days In jail. I Flagler: p.Memorial m. Cemetery heater _____________________ 2-loor. V-8, std.

Columbia, S. C. where'! Bill Miami. i

received try. a Ph. D In Run off CALVARY BAPTIST' 1963 FORD GALAXIE 500 1955 DESOTO Runs $95.00

I Mr.. and Mrs. Sid Shuford
Sunday School, 10 a. m
Fast Back Coupe V-s
and children and Mr. and ,
Morning Worship, 11 a. m auto$109500
Mrs. Ben Hall spent Sundayin Vote Set Training Union 8:30: p. m matic,, power steering 1957 FORD PICK-UP $95.00

I Cedar Key. Evening Service 7:30.: Prayer Rough Runs Good

Mrs. Edith Christiansen Meeting Wednesday, 7:30:
and Mrs. Ella Moody return 1963 FORD GALAXIE 500
I p. m.-Rev. R. H. Butler
ed from New Orleans Friday 1961 FORD 2-Door
I Sept. 26Continued pastor. $295.00
,I after a visit with their chiltfren. I 4Dr. Sedan, V-8 automatic, po-
I 995
:! DEDA.V BAPTIST [Brookerl wet steering, radio, heater
Mrs. Edna Hart, Mrs. Alice One Sunday Services: Sunday 1962 CHEVY II. .
II Voyles. Miss Peggy Voyles, [ From Page $450.00
School 9:43
: a. m. Morning
I and Mrs. Neta Dyal attended Biggs 40, operates an auto Worship, 11 a. m Training 1963 FALCON STATION WAGON 4 Cylinder 4-Door

I a Leadership Convention body and radiator repair Union 8:30: p. m. Evening
In Jacksonville Satuiday.Mr. shop. He Is the son of a Service 7:90.: Wednesday Automatic, radio and $CQC00 1957 CHEVROLET
and Mrs. George Husr- prominent Stark heater $295.00
r I physician Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m V-8. std.
MADE attended State County
the late Dr. E. L. Biggs.Wflllams Rev. Leroy Olive. Pastor.
| Agricultural Meeting In Sarasota said Wednesdayhe

last Friday and Satur- Is "Very happy" about his 1955 BUICK
I Super
fOR day. leading vote, 598 in the it'" ruts eorvrv .Jt-fUnl' $95.00
Sen. and Mrs. Charley Group 4 race. toi-nr' aaaue'oltD COU.TSEI.OHIf'v EXTRA SPECIAL :2 Door II. T.

v i Johns spent Monty in "Yes doesn't everybody" IV: fHOIMTH
HUoDEDJOBS Monticello on business he answered when asked if In He: Estate of NANCY L
of KNIOHT, aim known ae N L. RAMBLER
Robert Wayne Newman $195.00
he thought he'd come out KNIGHT" unit ,
Miami and Sidney D. New ahead as a newcomer Williams Deveimad.. 1965 Chevrolet Fleetside l-Door Not Much
; man of New Orleans La. sees the main obstacle NOTICE TO CKKUITORS:
perioni having clntma or
.. were here for the marriage in the second! primary In demand. nitalakt the event of
"' of their brother Jimmy, last NANCY L. KNIOIIalso 1
maintaining voter Interest Pick-up 1957
weekend. Sidney remained fora known lai N. t, KNIGHT, and CHEVROLET Dr. 295.00
after the main attraction
al !SIRS D. E. KNIOHT: te-
visit with his parents Mr. the police chief race, has are hirobv notified and
and Mrs. Albert Newman. r.qnlr*
/ f Pf}rr,yyy. I Lynwood Walters will leave ,been settled.thinks, The he has young a politician good- of the Bradford office, of County the County Florida Jade In New Monteray Camper 1961 FORD Wagon $395.00
Friday for Southeastern tn* County Courthouse *t V-8
chance in the second round automatic,
Seminary Wake Forest N. C. Stark. Florida within SIC calendar power steering
Sept. 26 1f people turn out. .
pe-Shpunk' mo-nth from the date of
i Mrs. Barney Mtrrltt of "Ill be out walking the the tint publication of thus
Jacksonville was the guest notice or the same will become BOTH
streets again, he said. void according to la...., 1960 RAMBLER
Tuesday of Mrs. N. T. Hitch The veteran Lawson 92 Till Au.u.c 23, 1967. $19.95
t and Miss. Annie Darby. On votes behind Williams, "real Hollln V. Knlaht far,) FOR $ 1995 Tow Away
Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. 8. EXECUTOR
wasn't the
I ly surprised" by Holll V. Knight
I ELvI's; Howard of Tampa visited vote. Looking back over the aatt t/'l 1959
Mrs. Hitch and Miss Darby. years, Lawson said newcomers 'I FORD Tow away-$19.95
i Register III will always do well in city PLUMBINGRepairs
: ; leave Sunday to resume his elections.
studies at Athens

America's Original IJ' I I Athens Mrs. Ina Ala. Newman conege'j body"Nearly Is beaten everyttma it's been some a orComplete NO DOWN PAYMENT WITH GOOD

Orleans La. was here for a I .newcomer that did it", he Bath CREDIT

visit with Mr. and Mrs. Albert {. says. .
Newman. She will leave), Lawson expressed his gratitude Free EstimateCall

STUMPIS soon to Join her husband to his supporters arid 964-S088
Albert! Newman Jr., In Angola said he would try to entice Baldwin' Chevrolet-Olds
Africa, where he la Loudon's 472 supjwrters. After A P.M.

with Gulf Oil Co. as A weldnit City Clerk Merrill Edwards BRADFORDELECTRIC
inspector. says he will have ballots U. :S. 301 NORTH
DEPARTMENT STORE I Vote for Ewell Lawson dl printed for the second primary ANDPLUMBING

as soon as possible s6 STARKE, FLORIDA
PHONE 9647500Rlt't'on.


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Miss Thomas I Tea Is Given I PTA Workshop JonJtlns IV, presided.A president. of District:

r Weds Mr., Koan I For Mrs. Gruen Scheduled HereMrs. luncheon was served aU

In Antioch Church J At Felos Home : Harvey Clark, president noon under the supervision of::
I Mrs. T. F. Howell, chairman;
I of District 6, PTA, will
Miss Ooldle Annette Thomas. r. I The home of Mrs. Pete O conduct an Information work Mrs. V. J. Spengler Mrs. Paul
'-iiauarhter of Mr. and Mrs.I Felon on Beasent Road was shop for Bradford and Union I Bridges Mrs. Maurice Win-
Bishop Thomas of Biooker I i'w; scene of a lovely tea from Counties on Thursday Sept. gate, Mrs Prow Strickland
GLADYS MOOTY and Philip Ooodhart Koan, I 2:30 to 4:30 o'clock Tuesday 1-4, at the Starke Elementary and Mrs. M. L.. Proctor.
Phone 964.7608 son of Mrs. George L. Koan afternoon honoring the former School cat torlum. Registration -I The presidents of 20 clubsIn
of Deland, were united In Miss Donna Kandell, whose will be, from 7 to 7:30: District IV attended this
marriage at 3 p. m Saturday.)' marriage to Dr. Harry Gruen p.m. All officers and committee planning session.
11 11F Sept. 2, In the Antioch Baptist : of Starke was an event of chairmen on the Individual
Church with Rev W P.I +r August 20 In Miami. PTAs are urged to attend. Birth AnnouncedMr.
McElroy officiatingThe Hostesses::: on this occasion
L"e I
wedding vows were exchanged I Y't were Mrs. Felos, Mrs. Con. Presidents Council and Mrs. Linton A.
i ,against an arch of stantinos Kopelousos, Mrs. ;J.. Taylor Jr., of Jacksonville; ,
white carnations greenery, Charles Sawyer and Mrs. Carl Convenes Here announce the birth of A
P''' flanked by tall candelabra. I D. Minx. daughter on Wednesday,
+ I' The organist was Mrs.' Ya' Greeting guests at the door I N A Presidents Council meet- Sept. 13, In Baptist Memorial
\ !Jesse Thomas. and soloist fa t ti of her home was Mrs. Felos, Ing of District rv. Florida Hospital, Jacksonville Mrs.
J. a was Mrs. Ray Manning. assisted by Mrs. H. H. Adams Federation of Woman's Clubs, Taylor Is the former Miss
Given in marriage by her and Mrs. O. L. Hayes, Jr., who:' was held at 11 a. m. MondayIn Frances Landrum. Maternal'
rr father, the bride wore a invited guests have refreshments Linda Lou HarrisIs i the Starke's Woman.'s Club grandparents are Mr. and

floor-length gown of white I I to make plans for the en- Mrs. Merritt Williams of'
: peau de sole, with full chapel] The tea table was over- Engaged suing ;year. M..... Frank A. Starke.
train. Her ballerina, water- laid with, a hand embroidered
,fall veil was attached to a Wanda Marcia Whittle Exchanges Vows I whIte-on-whIte organza bride's To Mr. Harper r

pearl crown, and she carried With Larry W. Robinson In St. Mary'sMiss i cloth from Brussels. Flankedby Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Harris
a bouquet of yellow roses ten burning white tapers
of Zavalla Texas announcethe
centered with a white orchid Wanda Marcia. Whittie ivy and ribbon streamers. I was a lovely centerpiece of engagement and approach-: Now You Can Pay .

i l Miss Martha. Robinson wtu Olenda Ebersole of:mums and pompoms, accented of their ,
anai Larry Wayne Robin Miss ig marriage daughter
I maid of honor wearing a son ,both of Jacksonville, Gainesville was maid of hon-I with American Beauty roses. Linda Lou, to Speclallst-4 All Your Insurance r A... _
baby blue floor length gown were united\ in marriage t In or, wearing a blue cotton Pouring tea and coffee during Richard Leroy Harper son of s ti
ir'r of satin with yellow dais: St. Mary's Methodist Church dress with pink nower-em-I,alternate. hours were Mrs J. Mrs. Hazel Harper and the With N 4' pr5'J'' ,
flowers. Bridesmaids were W. Kincaid, Mrs. J. E. Den- ,
St. Mary's, Ga. at 12:30: 1 p. torolderej\ jacket, late Orlen Harper of Palatka. 61 1,
Mrs. Wayne Sapp of Starke mark, Mrs. Loyree Cocomlse,
m. Saturday, Aug. 26, with net headdress. Her flowers Miss Harris was a. memberof '
and Mrs. Howard Hadley olGainesville. and Mrs. D. W. Whlffen. a
carnations. the 1968 clanLltL'le
:Vtlw. Rev. J. L. Scott officiatingThe were pink ONE CHECKWhether
R \ Their dresses bride Is the daughter Milton McConnell, of Jacksonville -' Assisting the hostesses in of Cypress High SchoolIn
w were identical to that of the of Mr .and Mrs. I cv1 D was best man. caring for their guests were Orange, Texas and attendedSt.
honor attendant. Whittle, of Starke. The Mrs. Whittle, mother of Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. Er- Johns River Junior College -
Flower girl was Miss Jes bridegroom is the son of Mr the bride wore a green and ,vln Andrews, Mrs. George in Palatka. |I
sica Thomas. and linjbearei and Mrs. William Robinson white print cotton dress, anda Pierce, Mrs. T. H. Slade, and Mr. Harper attended Palatka you need life, health, ear,
was Jeff Thomas. Both are of Bradford, Pa. white carnation corsage. Mrs. Eugene F. Shaw. High School and has served home or property insurance try Nat ion-
cousins of the bride. Mrs. Gruen was presentedwith 27 months in Germany with PAY I'LAN. All
The altar of the rhurcl Following the ceremony, a wide's new PREMIUM
Ernie Daft of Holly Mich was centered with a. :ilghtet reception was held at the an American Beauty rose the U. S. Army. He is now' premiums can be combined and
served! as best man, !and ush and mahogany your
corsage a stationed at West Point, N. Y.
fwb while burning tapers home of the bride's parents,
1. ot! cross In installments. For details,
ers were Kenneth Thomas chopping board by the host paid easy
used The wedding will be an event
In tall candelabra were where pink camatlou, fern I )\
Gold&boro, N. C. and Don against a background of: and candles were tired in esses. of October 7, at 4 p.m., In. they', call me:
Dumas of Deland. palms! and:! greenery. decorating.A Approximately 300 guests First' Baptist Church of Zaval-i j
Following the ceremony, i a were invited to call during the '
her la.
Given in marriage by three-tiered wedding!
reception was held in the educational appointed hours. I BILL POWELL
Miss Harris Is a native of
father, the bride wore a
building of the, cake, topped with miniature
white knit A-llne dress with bride and centeredthe I Bradford County, and has
were church.Mrs.Assisting W C. Conner in serving of high neckline, and sleeveless bride's table.groom Mrs. W. G Wayne MundorffsHost many friends and relatives in Phone 964-6464 401 W. Madison St

Her short Illusion veil wai Ebersole, the bride's aunt, this vicinity. Y
Lee McRae Marvin Brown !Jacksonville a Misses Janet Starke Florida
Judith ,
velvet !bow
attached a served punch, assisted by Cookout
I I and Anne Towers, of Brook- .
Wed In St. Mark's Episcopal er; Mrs. W. L. Thomas of: headpiece, and she wore diamond Miss Linda Murphee Mrs. D horseshoes ands badminton
Starke! Mrs. Paul Branan; stud earrings, a gift ol W. Whlffen kept the bride's Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mun- were enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Judith Lee McRae I a background for the receiv Mrs. D. J. Dumas of Deland, the bridegroom. Her flower book. dorff entertained with a Carl BegRs were presented I
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ing line. and Mrs. Frank Tower Miss were white carnations with The couple will reside at steak cookout at their home with a gift as a memento of

\ttullan E. McRae and Gilbert The bride's table and two Yvonne Conner of Jacksonville 5824 Justin!. Court la Jacksonville Saturday night for Beggs the occasion. II I
'Marvin! : Brown, son of Mr. and I' punch tables were covered with kept the bride's book,, where Mr. RobinsonIs Gull Women's Softball Team. 1
Mrs. Gilbert S. Brown, were united In marriage Saturday arrangements of dalsts. fern, greeeted guests. visor with the Join Delhi and their families, coaches
evening Aug. :26: at 8 o'clock and satin streamers used on For their wedding trip toNiagara Home Is Scene Chevrolet Co. and sponsors. Games of at Cavers.The All Telegraph.sizes/ 30 cents ea.j Nttlojiwld:::: \ Mutual lit* Iniurjnct tniurinct': Company Company, :Come Nallonwidu offictt, Mutual Columbus' Fir*, lniur Ohio,': .ntl CompanyNatltfftwlde

Officiating: at the ceremony In both.Mrs. Falls, the brids' worea Of Reunion
St. Mark's Episcopal I Church J. W. Kincaid greeted printed royal blue dress;
was the rector" Rev. R. E. guests at the door and pre with velveteen coat. They :Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett .I
MacBlain.. sented them to the receivingline. will reside In Deland where of Lawtey held a tam Save On These Wonderful \
Standing baskets of gladioli,,I Cutting the wedding cake Mr. Koan is owner of Koan- fly reunion at their home on STARKE PLAZA
daisies and mums were used were Mrs. J. E. Tomlinson, Krete Products. Sunday, Sept. S, In honor oi Open All Day Every Day

against a background of tall Mrs. William F. Tilley, Mrs their son, Danny, and his FRI. &: SAT. UNTIL 7 P.. \!. BONUS BARGAINSNEW
fern trees and greenery, accented William Johnson of Bristol friend Michael Sapp who were
with green fern, balls. R. I., and Mrs. Maurice Win- GED Test on leave from the Coast /

The altar held two brass vases gate. Serving punch were Mrs.F. ApplicationDeadline Guard They had been or FOR FALL VARIETY OF COLORS
of daisies and fern. W. Strickland. Mrs. H. H. duty aboard an ice-breaker ir NECK
;Nuptial music was provided Adams Mrs. Mark Moody, Oct. 9 Iceland, and returned Wednesday %
by Mire Dee Walters organist, Mrs. Daniel Pater, Sr., Mrs to California to ocarc LONG SLEEVES.
and Gerald Williams' soloist 1.1. E Denmark and Mrs. S. G. OED test applications fox their ship.Enjoying. r Special Purchase! LADIES $2.99 VALUE
Given In marriage by her Denmark. Misses Jane Adams: the State High School/ Equivalency I this occasion with
:father, the bride wore floor and Linda Kay Holton. kept Diploma must be ordered the two honor guests wer STRETCH SHELL $177
length gown of silk organza the bride's book one week before the I Michael's parents, Mr. and !
over crepe, featuring a jeweled Others assisting were Mrs. testing period Oct. 9, according Mrs. Herman Sapp of Kaiford, PERMANENT PRESS EA. .
neckline and long sleeves ac- Paul Bridges, Mrs. Venner to Lawrence T. Oglesby,, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennett -
cented with daisy I'rim. The Spires, Mrs. Randal Chitty, official testing agent for this and Mr. and Mrs. Son. NOW A COMPLETE AND
detachable Watteau chapel Mrs E. D. Tenly Jr., Mrs. program. ny O'Neil of Daytona, MM, SELECTION OF STYLES SIZES AND NEW

train was appliqued with daisies Herbert Thomas, and Mrs., Prerequisites for the tests James Walker and family ol, L/ FALL COLORS.
and seed pearls. Her finger- Kenneth Grlder. Include satisfactory scores or I Highland, Mr. and Mrs. G. I LADIES REG. $2.99 ,.
tip mantilla of Imported Illusion Following a wedding trip verified high school creditsin L. Sapp, Rudolph Sapp and DRESSES
was scalloped with lace and through Kentucky Mr. and both American History children Mrs. L. S. Tinner': : SLIM JIMS-SLACKS $2 77
:highlighted with seed, pearls. Mrs. Brown are aC? home In and Government (Civlcsl.. and Gwen and John Zack,
She carried a bouquet of fea- Plnebreeze Subdivision Starke. Applicants must be residentsof Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bennett EA.
thered carnations and step- The bride Is a graduate of Florida 20 years of age, and children, Mrs. Floy ,,-, ..
jhenotls) centered withtf' a white Bradford High School and at- and must have paid the state Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. David HOTTEST STYLE ON TilE MARKET. IN A
.orchid. tended the University of Florida. testing fee of $7.60 In ad- Bennett and children and Mr. VARIETY OF COLORS -, 2 STYLES TO
Her only ornament was a She is now employed at vance. Applications tray be and Mrs. Clifton Smith. CHOOSE FROM FLIP-IT ((2 SKIRTS IN 1))
'carved ivory and gold flower First Federal Savings & Loan obtained from Mrs. Bernice f d r OR REG. PAISLEY REG. $2.99 NOW $2.77
1 necklace a gift of the groom Association In Starke. Bateman or Mr. Oglesby at I ,' \
Auxiliary REG. $3.99
Miss Cheryl Lynn McRae washer Mr. Brown is a graduate of the USO building. Applicantsare
sister's maid of honor. BHS and Murray State College' requested to bran,f their Board Meets I tt : : u ilr Sale
Miss Peggy Jane Shanbargerand la Kentucky, and Is employedat social security number with rt
Mr!!. Donald Wayne Thorn- the Florida Bank at Etarke. thf>m. :Members of the Executive I ;
.,ton were bridesmaid During the week of Oct. 9, Board of the Bradford County' ;

The bride's attendants wore Birthday Party the testing period will be at Hospital Auxiliary met Thursday b 41'i'i'' AND BOYS HIGH CUT THICK SOLE
:.pastel A-line gowns wltn Empire 1:30: p. m. and 7 p. m. at the morning Sept. 7, at the! k fr WHITE COMPLETE SIZE RANGE
waists! and short sleeves.'Tiny For D. BaldwinDwayne USO building. All tests mustbe hospital with Mrs. Loyree Cocomlse -1 1, -
flower appliques were completed during this presiding1. I F t $3.99 VALUE
{used along the waist and at Baldwin celebrated week: R. E. Edmondson, hospital 4t '
3 the bottom of the sleeves, his sixth blrthoay on Applicants who plan to administrator, Introduced E.i .'1'. P. E. TENNIS $177
land I the back of the gowns September 9 with party take re-tests\ must hive: been F. Saunders, assisting hospital 'SYy'1'
Wre}> fashioned Into short given by his parents. Mr. and enrolled in subject to be re- administrator, who will j; J

Strains. They wore bow head- Mrs. Gerald Baldwin, and tested''! or have waited 'or 90 become acting administrator'' NOW A GREAT SELECTION OF TilE BEST :
'pieces of maline and organza Mr. and Mrs. Owen Alvarez days, according to the state on October 1:), Mr. Edmondion ,
and short veils to match their Jr at the home of the lat regulations.The dee I brought congratulations 0 r, WEARING LONGER' LASTING :
gowns. Their flowers were cascades ter.Favors next testing\ period la to the auxiliary from the Hospital -: GIRLS REG. $2.99
: of white :daisies againsta of toy Tumpets scheduled for the second Board for their' fine ef-:
background of mint green were given and games played week In February. To be ele- forts during the past year I I { ti' SCHOOL SHOES $277 :
tulle and long streamers of i during the afternoon. glble for the spring testing Mrs. Cocomlse announced the j}'l. l
green satin. Refreshments were servedto period applicants should be appointment of Mrs. Ervln Andrews ; t lF rj': 8'/i' TO 3 ENTIRE STOCK

James Edward Brown sewed the 14 friends who helped enrolled In the 1967-01 program as finance chairman. ,
his brother as best man, and celebrate the occasion. for Adults. New members will be honored i A. e
ushers were Robert Sapp and at the general meeting HOME? HERE IT IS. LARGE HEAVY TERRY

''\1 Wayne Sapp cousins of the Shower Given Monday night, Sept. 18, at 7:30: : LARGE SIZE, WIDE STRIPE-ASST. COLORS89c
groom. Jeffrey Sco;i McRae City Purchases j'clcck: at St. Mark's Parish' VALUE
(land Bill Brown escorted the For, Miss DavisMiss House.
;bride's mot'ier and th,: groom'smother New $420 Mower. BATH TOWELS *
respectively. Lorraine Davis, bride- I ICoyer. 57
Mrs. McRae, mother of the elect was honored with a In a special meeting Tuesday Adjustable Vinyl Book I \ ; EA.
shower the Starke City Council .. All else 30 cents en. VALUES
given .5
bride chose a street-length miscellaneous (WASH CLOTH TO !MATCH 6 FOR $1))
sheath of pale green Jersey by Mrs. Randall Bra 1\cy and awarded a $420 contract to i at The Telegraph. I '

with overlay of white lace, Miss Martha Sterner last Ftuis: Tractor Co. of Jacksonville NOW AS NEVER BEFORE YOU SAVE.
scalloped sleeves Thursday evening at the for a new city mowing THE BRADFORD LARGE SIZE
and short -i LARGE FIRST QUALITY -
home of the latter. TELEGRAPH : ?
matching pillboxheadpiece COUNTY :
She wore a The-acflon was taken Tues- dt 100% DACRON POLYESTER FILLER
of maline The refreshment table! was -
pale green
day td get the mowing machine Published every Thursdayat "' $3.99 VALUE ANYWHERE
of with white cloth, fljACRON-COTTON
pink covered a
and lace, and a corsage
on the streets, which have I 138 W. Call St.

sweetheart Mrs. Brown roses., mother of the centered of pink with summer an arrangement flow- been left to grow up in weeds Starke, Fla. 32091 styles to choose from: Plea.., r BED PILLOWS\ $217

groom, wore a pale yellow ers.Games ) ently.since the old mower quit re- Second class postage paid and tuck front style with long 4k d .,

Jersey sheafti and a matching were played during Approval was also given for I at Starke, Fla. sleeves or self belt shirtwaist IT fIn -

headpiece of maline and of or 'the evening and prizes were the: Natural Gas Department : Subscription! Rate: new Fall solids or prints. As A Special Get A Full Pair Of
yellow '
Her waa .
ganza. to extend a. line 1,200 feet I In trade area: 'i.OO per Washable, (solid I i shirtwaist / Luxury Muslin Pepperell
sweetheart roses. The hostesses presented the I
out East Call Street to serveleveral .
Following the ceremony a .honoree with a set ->f stainless customers. The line will 'I year; 92.23: six months.Outside style also in half sizes.) Don'tmiss I' i

reception was held In the Pariah steel flat-wear and apiece extend past the city limits. trade area! '..50 this top value Carp buy? PILLOWCASES\ Only 8/0
House where arrangements of her chosen china asa per year; U. O six month e ,
of gladioli, mums, and daisies, I memento of the Decision. Book
tiered candelabra, Adjustable Vinyl E. L. Matthews, editor andpublisher
by Covers. All dies: 30 cents ea.at PRICES GOOD SEPT. 14 15 16 18
were used on the mantel as A Clamlnea AA m tbe TXXBGRAPIT Telegraph ,
I : brine. arwntt' The -I,






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To Seek 28Th Win I In Opener '!p,' .


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Hurse will field his usual 0' Volleyball LeaguesTo Coach Hurse Says
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'dJl I :' ; .1 t ) "" > ,
I r' / :b ftd""fff",
well-conditioned grad squad .... ., 1.I'II":
I 1 I \ !t : (. / Organize I
tomorrow night In the sea- Ii f h t ",!, .'., .'i'I.I.'>'.4t: : .
son's traditional opemv with .'.:I
Organizational meetings for
Baker County but it will be Vet Backfield 8 Lettermen
i\ Men and Women Volleyball
eleven with
an inexperienced ,
Leagues will be held Monday
thin ranks tar
Tackle Bobbie .--nalth : I and Tuesday nights 1'the
1 e Old Armory Wildcats Definite EdgeBaker
broken leg last week, putting t Give
The women will meet Monday -
hIm out for the season, wasa
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night, September 18, at
big loss to the InE"pel'en-1: 7:30: and the men, Tuesday County High has Macclenny, is expected; to, best lineman big, strong
ced Tornado forewall. The ; lettermen Including sink with the seven-diamond aggressive Tommy Wolfe
I j f night, September 19, at 7:30: eight returning
190-pound junior was being ky a t-" p m. i a "real goo I' back-''defense he has favored for another big, strong senior at

counted on heavily. I All persons! Interested:!' in field" as Tornado Coach David -! years The Wildcats will, have 170 ponds holds down the
But ,junior' tackle Charles i I' playing should come ;prepared I Hurse describes it, of all some new wrinkles offensive other tackle.
Smith 220 returned to practice r'' w for Informal play. I two-year veterans to meet ly, running from the I-for-I The 'Cats had a. very respectable -
Monday for ;the first! i! e Bradford High in the sea- matlon with the 5-3-2 record last

time In two weeks after being t ,t IM ) Illini GriddersTo son's grid opener in 1\01\ cc len-J the slot between the end and year and a Share of the Key-
out with a sprained knee. lIe ", Lr a ''ny at 8 p. m. tomorrow tackle. They are also pelted!! stone conference crown. Always
Is a top prospect. I I I Stay Here night. to utilize a strong [-formation tougher/ when they

Dnd Ronnie Grigs, n 155- 7 It I Ia "Their strength is In their with the halfback' in his face the Tornadoes, they will
pound junior, is also / ? Before UF Game backfield," the Tornado men- usual position.To be out to smash that 2<" game
aftr missing a week i nd al I tor says of his traditional win their 28th name In winning/ streak In the clash
half WIll: broken hln; Both 'A Starke has been selected
i the Tornadoes will traditional
opening foes. "Experience a row between two
OrUgs and Smith are ;h nr> "home-away-from home" for
makes a big difference and have to stop Baker's 'tbig) rivals
ing no ill effects from their the 73-man University of Illinois in that backfield definitely cuns fullback Danny ''Lamb.a .

InJuries. Hurse said Tuesday FIGHTING TORNADOES football team. art listed on the I starting 183-pound\ senior, who runs Jaycees PlanMembership
Danny Jackson, first fresh- I The Big-10 grldders-here gives them an rfge.' hard and is big and 'strong.

man to play for the Torna- (Left to rlg-ht-fo'ront) How : Tex Patrick Charles Rreedon, Larry Mercer Johnny Warren, tot 1 do battle with Florida's All eight Baker lettermen He's tagged as a "real bull"on DriveA
doqs in 10 Injured his Fighting Oators In toe: '67
years. Andy )Iayton. J. Uoy Chasteen! 1'leii Gnann, Allan: Crawford. I eleven and the veterans make the Tornado scouring re
knee taking exercises Mon- season will bed
/ opener membership drive U
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Second Row: (;ene Melvin. Kohbie Smith, Charles Smith Hill Adams Bill Ronnie the Wildcats rate tougher port.Right
day, is out of action. It has Belote down at the Holiday Inn on half Elmer Chews a scheduled within the next
not been determined: yet Gregg'N\\. Donnie Elder; Steve Crawford. U.' S. 301 Friday night' September coaches than usual with Tornado 158-pound senior, 1st+ experienced few weeks by the Stake Jay-

what is wrong with the knee Third How: Dennis Hall, Ralph Morgan, Willie Cohen, John Torode, Stanley Crawford, Hill 22, following their has good speed, and cees, President Frank! Williams -
and how long the six-foot 190 Busby Thomas Marks\ jet trip from Champaign/ HI. Baker Coach Tom, Covington I said after the club's
+pounder will be out. ,, Reggie Flynn Mike Norman Hutch ( reggs, Greg Nichols] Jimmy Temple. I I to Jacksonville. an experienced hand at la Quarterback a strong runner.Paul Oyal. a160tJOund regular meeting Monday

,J ckson'. injury is ajso abLg' The team will be. transoor- senior. has Quick night
blow to the line since he played at tinkle, end., and I slve tackle. out by last year's State familiar. and effective S-4 tad by bus to Florida. Field I moves In !handling #ho ball I Norman Ketchie is chairman
wa..S moved up to Till the hole middleguard. Mayton is a definite Scottie Smith an.1 Craw- Champion Tornadoes who allowed defense. But on offense In Gainesville Saturday New Raiford and throws well. of the drive.

left by Smith. all-sLur prospect but he!II forcf. both non-lctoermen, opponents I only 85 Coach"' Hurse has promised amore morning. Left halt David Roberta, a Fred DeVane district\ Jay-
la only one man. j have received much praise points In" dozen wide ,
Captain Andy Mayton 190- games open passing !game Exchange Set 150-pound senior, alotnj with cee vice-president from Live
pound senior has been' Juniors Scottie Smith, 1GO.- for their work in PI acttce.I while scoring 371. than even last year's team !New ScheduleFor senior end! Roger Godwin Oak, was guest speaker at
moyed to center to I'll' the: and Allen Crawford. 183 tackle willmove Line Coach Tony '-riffith But Hurse points out that which scored 20 touchdowns: For CutOverPersonnel 160 are tapped as tht Wild. I the Monday meeting He
hole in the middle of the into Mayton's | has been high on both the the only defensive starters in the air. Fans will pee the High School cats' top receivers. Roberts brought the local club up to
line. He has never played spat on offense They will also tackles also with middle-, back: are Mayton and corner- Tornadoes running from the
I Review CoursesA Is also an experlnced runner date on activities of other
that position although he has fill in for Smith at defen1' guard Willie Cohens, a 170- back Billy Belote. I-formation with both a I[ In the Live Oak with good speed. Godwin is Jaycee organizations in the
pound junior. Most! of the Tornado flanker and a split end' from office of Otto Wettafeln. OT,
The entire backfield has starters will go both ways a dead backfield. I| new partial schedule: has(president of North Florida tall and has good hands. district.
been Senior tackle Ware Barton, Plans are also being made
announced for Adult
been looking good. ('oachnw'se due to the severe lack of Hurse hopes his team will,,! ( Telephone Co. have released
fr 1 Education High School Review 190. will anchor the Wildcat for the annual Jaycee Christmas \
.M says. Timing/ Is better (depth. be able to throw tomorrow I concerning the '
Courses to start immediately forewall. He tabled as their tree sale .,'
and the backs were Impressive Offensive starters are: night in Macclenny.! but says! cut-over of their new Rai,
!in last Friday's scrimmage ends Plenn Gnann and more is needed on the 'Pf\'III-1 in the usa building. ford exchange which takes I
RCA VICTOR under the ltgh:". Donnie Elder; tackles ing game as well as defense. from 7 to 9:30: p, m. plan early Sunday morning,
The Big Tornado also Charles Smith and Allen The head coach readily Monday Sciences and' Sept 17,

credits the line with making Crawford or Scottie Smith; admits his squad has a long General Education. The new fully automatic
much progress during the guards-Steve Crawford and way to go before It will be Tuesday Social Studies.I Raiford exchange will serve MAYTAG(

.!: presents ) post week Their techniquewas Ralph Morgan, ana center able to play tough Lake City WednesdayMathtmatlcs.. approximately 200 subscribers
Improved and the Inex- Andy Mayton Backfield will Palatka or Bishop Kenny a ThursdayEnglish, and will have first class servo
perienced1' boys knew their be quarterback Billy mote, good football game. But Friday's Personal Typing and Business ice, the announcement said.

assignments- better In the running back. Larry Mercer, game is the opener and later.Education will be decided These subscribers were form, ;The Most DependableWashers
smart new ':scrimmage Friday, he said. fullback Tex Patrick, and he's not conceding the Wildcats '- erly served by the company'sLake
Something; ) unusual for this flanker John Warren anything The above courses are: aIm- Butler exchange.
early in the eason is that :Defensively, Willie Cohens He doesn't meet Pnlatka ed at providing an adequate: After the cut-over, subscribers Dryers You Can Own!
the Tornado offense is more will\ the basis for taking the OED of the Raiford Designed For Use
be at mlddleguard, Char- until the fifth game of ex. With
: : buys advanced than the defense, les Smith and Scottie Smithor season Oct. 20 while the Lake I[General Educational: Development change will have toll-free service -

just opposite the way it Allen Crawford at tackles, City go doesn't come up until ) Tests leading: to a with Lake Butler. Starke I Permanent Press Fabrics

should be. That worries Plenn Gnann and Tex Pat- 'Nov. 10 or Bishop Kenny State Bqtilvalancy High Lflwtey, and I Klngsley Lake Large |Cupuity Lint Filter

for the ,Hurse, a coach whose basic rick or Donnie Rider at !ends' until the final game of the School Diploma. Other classes The latter three exchanges I SALES odd. Uiit or \\.... h & Rinse

i philosophy' -U !1Ji( you" don't :.Mayton and SteveCrawford year: Noi,.34T .? ? ?. -,. arises will\ be set, up' as the need are served by Independent)I :2Year tart Free
0 %
'get scored on, y6u don't': 'get .at: linebackers,, Belote and After Baker County tonnes : Telephone Corporation f of Flora. .
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The Adult Basic Education i *r..1 ate: ". < _
'beat. Hurse uses his defense Mercer at dornerbacks and Santa Fe here Sept 22, then ida. Starke Lawtry,and Kings- '.
and a basically good kicking Warren and J Roy Chasteen St. Augustine away Sept Program, with Mrs. Bernice Icy Lake subscribers will have '
r4 swingingseason game to gain field }position! I at safeties an open date Oct. t'(', 29'J Bateman as coordinator\ includes toll-free service with the town I SERVICE 1 .;

for his offense, a fact borne! Tornado fans will see theT Bolles Oct 13. : of Raiford and the Florida ,.. ,. -
Elementary "'ti! rr., .
? w T The Tornado mentor has I EducatIon State Prison, but not with I M i:f '.. I .,
Grades 1-8. Mornings, afternoons .... }. ;
I !said that his squad has a Lake Butler. .---- _- -- .. ->oAS -._ _
and evenings General New telephone numbers have -- --
long way to go before !li t I -
could play Palatka or Lake Education and Consumer Ed- been assigned Co residents of

City, a ball game; he didn'tsay ucation for the housewife. the Florida State Prison who,
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Classes will be held Y
they couldn't do It, how throughout have previously >been reached
ever the. county. Subject will through extensions from the 0
I be taught for adults of all Prison switchboard.

I Union Riders ages.Housewives [Consumer Ed-,Cattlemen
Space-Saving ucation): How to buy ''

J b av++ '1 I Win Trophy How to cook and) sew WL'lelY'r' Name Directors, j| LITTLE '
F I family. How to bud'
y 'For 2nd TimeUnion family's finances. Set Meetings j

,; daises for 1967-68 are expected AS WE FINANCE
I to begin Immediately.Call The Bradford County Cat-
4 County Riders won the 064-6800 and en.-oH now. tlemen's Association;: met 10 Ter

,. ... floating high point trophyfor Office located In rear of USO Tuesday night in the Chamber Month OUR OWN
: <.. .. the second time list Saturday building o Commerce office, arid
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night when Lake City pointed seven director- and
was host to the trlcountyshow. voted to resume regular Buy The Best Buy Maytag

q + '4 4 I School Buses meetings on the second of
': 21.4tA$ )tp'' '& The first show was held In each month.
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x tt Lake Butler on July :?8, and Are Named;! as directors were:
the next one will be In InspectedThe Titus Olson J, R. Wainwright Winkler Electric Co. !

r Starke on} October 7. / Foster Shi Smith,''
shows fleet of 21 school buses David Smith. Bryant Reddish
Participants in
are the three best riders in belonging/ to the Bradford Bobby Dodd, and J. M. PHONE 961-7596 2U:) N. TEMPLE:
i4 I ,.: t ,' .,, "l t each class, from each club. Board of Public Instruction Edwards Jr.. I i
Has been Inspected and found I -
Starke had
some exceptionally -
Your Dollar Is teen antf' Junior Classes Florida Highway Patrol Sgt.B. .
H. [Hampl Spears.In .
holding the most! points in
T *. 1* Lr these two categories. for mostof a report to the School ,
Ttf the show. Board, Sgt. Spears listed .. .-.)", .
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Lake City >Li in the processof some detects found on some,, \' .
Worth Two reorganizing their club,I of the buses, but noted a

and ran little short .of rider: definite improvement over i
Regardless of the size\ of the two years ago when tho fleet i I :
was criticized strongly/ by a
.club their riders are giving .... .
state survey official. i I 10M..
ATNASWOR'IHY some good competition, especially : .
RCA Victor brings you in the Jack Benny Since then, however!, bus

color so real you'll think Class. They had ta run a routes have been consolidated W1uww&l

you are there! Rectangular Junior rider with the Seniors I in an economy move by Supt.

ili-Lile Color Tube ,S'HALFPRICE. in order to complete I the Tom Casey that has: saved :
$43, 888 class Even with this small I the county several thousandsof
with Perma-Chrome for ., boy on a horse, riding with dollars. The buses In worst I w-' t dv ill CD tE1D t ; tcL : 1
locked-in color '
fidelity condition
grown men Lake CH/ toot were phased out In -
during warm-up. the most points in the Senior the consolidation of routes.
Clowrleaf Supt. Casey said tie defects '

CLOSE-OUT ON 1967 I Lake Butler came out on found this year are lL iVl.iD Cam? ,.
top in the Senior' and! Jack minor ones which will be corrected -,,

Benny classes, however, giving In several Instances
MODELSDISCOUNT them a winning score of he said, first-aid kits were
FURNITURE missing. He said SALEBy 207 total points. Startle followed )
been stolen.A H comes as a shock, to most folks
up with\, 184) and Lake
City had 132. school held annually for Get ready now. Open a Savings
UP TO Total points earned by bus drivers Is In session this
Popular Demand Our Half- each class for each club in week for four days in the't Account her and add to ft regular

the first two shows: USO Building Drivers are V. Cushion the blow when the

Price Sale Is Continuing BRADFORD Pre-teen receiving instruction by a -
43-50: junior "'54-631 benlor state official on safe driving! time comes.Savings..

$300.00We Selections Are Still Great 39-46: Jack Benny 39-23. and the responsibilities of
-- UNION Pre-teen. 60-37; bus operators. |,

Junior 48-46; Senior, 60-58;
We Have One Of Best T.V. Teen. Jark Benny, 51-S6. CARD OF THANKS I;

Do Our Own Financing COLUMBIA Pre -teen We are sincerely grateful
27-33: Junior 32-24 Senior
; to friends and nel! hocrs for '
I C. H. NASWORTHY' 32-23:: Jack Benny, 15-41.. their many kind acts of sympathy '" am) Loan

1 Winkler Electric during our sad bereavement .
Inc. Our appreciation'

Furniture & Appliances TIlE RIGHT POINT for the cannot be adequately expressedThe ,4Zi, ASSOCIATION OF STARKE
way you write. Come ..In family of Robert
2.'. N. TEMPLE PHONE <)161-7.V!> ; and erct! your favorite E.S- Clark.: .j..j.l 218 N. +Tempi Are Phone, 9645000F.T10

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t "1.1. KOII lllllftii i omblnatlon of hydraulic. and The Estate Of Bald. Deiodont. hailer Slums his. wife by' Said Court the date of the first publication -
CARD OF THANKS -- r----- ---- .. rioHid t ur r..uiitv' Oom- manunl.l'uliload. You are hi,'r..by notified Unit I rtvxd, recorded\ In Offlulnl Reuoid I nv Delilah M. Moody Deputy of thin notice. Each claim'
n in 1 "IK Of lit'lid Co ril County I & : Shall bo a full ro- u wrltti-n Instrument purport. lioi, .>k Uii' tit PKKOI. 417. and Clerk or domnnd, inunt Da In writing
Tedious hours duilna my F i ilu Will Rvcvlvu SuHlvdIllrti. vuWliitf typo with guIde roll- tn. i.> bn (lie. Lust VI UI and UK .nlU lunUi ucluii descrlbud. 0/14 tt 10/0 und must mate the pluce or
rocent Illness) and hcupltali! u Id( :VU Uiliult' on 'lliu "'I.e." Tovtamimt of mild& Uecedoiilhu ,lie: o'.CtOlIl': and pout office ad-
immeasurably ,M, inn' ,; Of .lilolM-r 'I. I'M' !?, Atri Capacities: The lifting. cap- beuli ailinlttuil' tu prubutr Tho South half of (lilt Nnrthwoat !. The CnmmlT, J..dw.'.. CourtIm dreH* claimant. and faust I
gallon: wi-ie bilslucn. 1"\' i ',.mllioiiiiu Kur Tho -ol-< ni-lly of the drnglln/ ::* with, 3f> In thIs. Uuurt. you are horubyvomnmndfid Juurtur of the SoutnoaiitQilurKT : Sad V... nndfurd CuM..... be sworn to by the claimant',
U by the mans acts I'K"i fuel boom at itS foot rndluautut within nix ((8) oal- and the South half ofka Florida lila agent! or his attorney or
t>( kindness by friend* and ''O"i 'in'w (full) !)/l I yuidi with iun.ntifuc1urttr'a. MtandiMiiintfrwelKlit under niuntlm frum, tho date i olthu ( IMurthiMiKt. quarter 'of >_C.e In rnr: Kmtata of C. B. Oar-. It will become void ucuotdlnir,
i i ,,,1 I rll.(1). ) h"'Id"I' )' for dragline, firM publliotlun tif Ills S.itl: (usual quarter of S:; uilon2S & bour, DncaM0iI., to law.
loved ones A special thinks ,.. tlilH Uoui I Townahlp. 0 8oilth." Kknur toAL'DW BAHBOWIl .COLE
'" i "inmitili' it I ,11.1" Tlu operation over tin* side SiltS. ut notice tu uppuur. In Nntll'W TV CREDITOUS
to thr dixtois)( / an mi at I I'' |"I',M III,,' u, ,li I .I<.,,1 t xhllll h ,tlfV, 7 1 pur rout i>,f ttppliitc I / lonil.Hhiill und shoW i-aimc,, If any yun 21 I0ant lying within ?O feel All creditors of the estate of. AdmlTilHtnitrlx of the estate of
BtudfoH COIIIH" Hall I ,,,,,lfn""I1",,T .I'H IlltlrftlI bit not I I"H" hun t.dUO LUII. why the, ,union, of I his .>f "4,'h aid", of tin quarter C. U Iturbuur, dfroaatiU. urn C.: tt. IJurbuiir, dovvaaed.SBAr. .
}lio : I. i ,,mil, shutS tuny 'lilt, pound Court li> admitting I HUldVIII. a n'.Ito.ii hue' dlvlilliiMT' I the $out ii hereby notified and required ( .) -
pitol Mrs. Sarah .VI Call ...mi, ..." .1 fat-lory, warranty, Th. Muuk<.t: The bucket uliull beu tu |irobiit" should not .mujidlinrcvoked. half of lie Northwest. quarterif to file uny (ilalmN or deirinfidHwhloli Hworn to before me this 29th
,,,. tin- Southeast. "nuHrtur-; and : July, -1987.
"' i" IM HhU.ll hllVU II II eiUtp-| Hen KfcSlTVKDOliwn : ,n'"' ,,i "isiutl, .H Httuiilurt. by I thti 8/4 Cubic Yard drug- Tin-roil, A Yawn Jr. I iii. South hulf. of I Hie I NorthtwHtqinirtcr aid "Iale In the office of the Kulu K. t'ainoll" '
BIN: (;O i' "ti I '"n turer, i lun. mirli 01,110"- hue buokvtRlilt County JudtfONOI'ITH of the KoulhnaHt quurtul county judge of Bradford, Notary' Public for S. C.
Hold I \t1ll, "''I"ta'IlIt''l| | UN III11 isI, uru, rvqupHtcd fur till C SE.\1.) .' ..t HiiLtlun 23! Towuahlp 8 County Florida In the court First publloi\tlon on Sept .M..
will Ui
) '''amo .i I'h..".. M""dflcII'lulI"" foiluwliifr, iiiu<]plH, nutn"'ly: 9/U H IU/G Hniith. Uailitu 21 P.uat:, and be- bouts at Mtarke.! Florldn, withIn 19 *;at.uJ. av; night at A 3 '' clQ'krl I', "i"Hula, will b.. coimldprtMlii Ninth wont. Model DSD log GDI feat from, North to six calendar. months (rum 11/ U.it 10/5 ,,.. ,
St Edward's Parish! Hall iiulpinunt, Whei'o, I lit l.lnkl.elt Model I(78Amnrlcnn rl'<> CIIUUITOIIS! South; -
.5 t,,,' f ,.HII. ui ply. an ..oin'I"III.| Model All"l All vndliora. of tile eState. of anil that the Board or County
0the/ Catholic Chur.-li il\ "I i 11 pair .partH. for th.' 1' tt 11 Mudvl. 820Kucrlntc Nvllle Floyd: Knni'hpr Uecennud.uru Commlaalonora. of Bradford ,
I it "in, utr""utl and .III..list Model. 1103 I..r"h>> ilotlllHil. und l required County, will hold u public II
i ,,IK HO pa i'in In th. stilt. I.oruln !Model l 1,36 to file any clulniM or dumandii tieurlMK. r.o'.a"Itr"Q': : ':\:: i
I I Kill.iniltli. I'nlt Mod -1 IDIIII which they may have against. on the 4 .
12Wides.\ '" ',, 'r "imiMt. opuruto nnn Mil Krla Mod) 2211 .said estate In tho office of tile 1907 at 9:30: o'clock In the
( ,,"I,..h.d! liUHinttfm in (lie All Unim bid. (o meet the county judge of Urudfoid, Courthouse ut "Bturke.' Florida
'I I Kli.rliU.. following spi..*lf Icatlonw. : Uoiiny Florida, In. the courthouse ut which time all partlea. lu-I
Made II'| ,ifi. Ill. iol.ii. nf machine IIiiKln: U-M 371 or ICyiml. at Htarke, Klorldit., withIn er,"','" therein may be heard...
Cnstotn! ,I til 1 .1 Hi, oinpuny"' bhl.in Controls Mnnual-Hydraullc al S talundur montliH fionl, WITNESS: my hand aa
For Florida Livinc I IyOU l ..Bful I bidflfi, Hhitll. Hiipii Pi...forred.IJo the date of tho list publlou- Chairman of said Hoard. this
JI i .scTvlcPinitit niunualT .wer Loud J"worlnc1'1- Ion of thlv notluB. ENuit: cia 1m Ttll day of SeplembiT" '. 1967.I .
be bu In writing, ). t. ShufordAH
") i The ttiHclilnit' Hhull qulrod.. or di Get !More\ tlellxiti' ,'d l with" mifftcUnt tools l.ralll' Drum, ,ciihlo -V* Intrlirul'tu .and filiaL male tho plurn or Chairman of the Board ofCuuntv
I I'm riilil ndJiiHlment.Ki.tltm required' r..let."leu nnd, piiBt-offlLo nndrrmi )1- ) Commlrialoni", ,. 5rad-
Far Your $ $ ,,, : 'i'hn muulilno. to b* Hwlnw 81.ood-not !h'se' .. than of (thn, claimant and Cord <"ounty, Florida
I deli' 1 .il .under thU'. propoiialuhiill .I 4.G "PInltoit ,muBt, be .sworn tu by I hllolnlm..nl ATTEST: Churlri.. A. Darby.I
No Salaried or Commissioned \ I h,,' 'luteil... a full :3/4 line upend nM" 1 /less hl8' agent, or lila attorney Aa. Clerk of mid Hoard.It I
u)lit l, \ im ii I (vhov M' rated) than. ISO feet per minute or It will bucuina void 9/14 1
Employees .... ,', .,'u wI.* i "' ....n.I.d clrafillne. Uragllno >i'ePd not 'lean. than according to law.Si.pieuibvr .
"; r Ulfffrmjc' : Tho machine shall IM feet per minute ", 8ih' 101)7.)
I :
llKWd to Iftttft. than Hill. Y. MalimM, In The Circuit 'OIl.C Of tlradrwnl -
DAD & BKAD LARSEN i. Ut dl'l H\l 'r.1| 1 fully HolMt lino null not I Am Deeply Grateful To Every Person
:". .' ipoiati' UN a illUKllna" withOut 3G. H.ooo pound Attorney for ),Executor ('ou..r, Florida ,
LIKE TO WORK : ', cLMrs. i.r I...,."'). Tirngllnu ,pull not IOHH than Ilox 182 Lake huller, Flu four Nu. hIll
'"I \ U""L. Tlu. bmim.. hall be a 14.SOD pound. Peter L). Kuni'her, Jr. Haiidra Leo Uodwln Plaintiff Who Voted For Me Last Tuesday.We .
j.' .\\.t! :,: tum" \ v hitv, ::11(G font boom with .Maximum\( amount of counterweight Executor or the Entnt nfNollle v.... William Franklin Uod-
YOU Benefit! i", ilu avu Umirllno" I boom accepted .will be 10,000 Floyd Fancher, d>- will L>efendant.NOTICH RUN and WON The First
1 point, uritl, I Mliall Include. 1 five I 11... ceaned.Klrvt. OF SL'IT' 1 Have .,
I I ulo L. UaJnwright, president of tlko LdMllcH Nat Inn.al i i'i i tin. .l r MM i,1..11. Maximum amouVit of counter publication "September' TO: William Franklin GodwIn -: .
Sizes < '.tl It Thu ,'nb I sits II I'd fiiltvll unlttht shall I bo listed by bidl.'r. .- 14, 1907. GR779408l Half Of The Race
AU Display .
jn Auxiliary: of the Amertcnn CorM"C'tlonalJIHO..laUon., |>reMhlrn : I IMH. ,ll l tt I 111)I ) fhlltlf(1'1' pi OOfUluwl 0/14 4t 10/.1 >eclnl Services, Main Oy"-I, .
8-10-12 Wide over actisinna at the 07th Congrrewt In Miami Idat ttork. l'iill> rovolvlngfair/ ",((eIre"ulr..d. naslum I
\Vultfht, : Tin o1>..rnllnll' i so'rIvIc Building. N-24 t'iilted| States'
1ft Baths .1.1I wi'Klit' of I the ", ,,,'hln,, with :.16 I Two spied travel preferred Public' notice la. hereby given Niival, I StationNorfolk." Now Let Us Not Just CONTINUE
and Expandables i Florida Division Of CorrectionsHost i. 11 I I InMiin.. "It'H.* tlrnitlln I" .. biUi ,". pursuant to Chapter 3JH.10 Virginia I
,"t. Hlitill, bn tint lct.M then 45.110 .- This contract IS In be made Florida "HtutlitvM.' th"t.a rerno- You are hereby notified. thatan
." i l,, .> H\>M. \\M1i M,,nidiiid, ,'Illnhf.p'! 'nmlr, a lease purchase. agreo- lutlon haa. i lifvn udoptrd by the action for divorce und other But DOUBLE. Our Efforts As We
M t-iitlilH. und bidder will np. .r. "tlen t. Hoard of County, ('DIn n.issl'n-. relief baa. been filed uora'n.t' I
New and Used I To National Association I tty Htimiiiit, .T cuunterwelKhle I'j.Oon.OO paid on January 10, era of Bradford" County Florida you and you are lmr,by r Enter The Second Half. .
IncludedCrHulrm. I 1(110. tu connldpr. whether ald fltilred 1 to nerve a copy otyourwritten
,, : The overall Invth Itulniice In 4paymentff. of Board( nliull vaoato, abandon' defenses. to It. If' any,I
8-Yr. financing available I Louie U Wainwright Director Florida Division received l hlltbpra.lI.e of cruw tern slitill nut l>e I less eiunl I uniountuj" payable. on and dlHContlniio prnposnd. on Theron A. Yawn. Jr., Plaintiffs -
.. of the FlnrldlDlvlHlon for the well-planned I than. I I- 1"..<.t K I InolivM The January 10. 1989, /IH 70, 1971 road for which a right-of-way attorney: whose address SUPPORT AND VOTE FOR ..
I I I overfill width I of <.rawler Imae, 1913 with no Intercut.. was aufiulred, urrnaa Iho landulivrelnaftor I In. I'. O. Drawer RtO :'
Use Our Rental-Fur. [ of Corrections. who was com- meeflng- of which It WM host. hull 'lint bn lf..M than 10 fnnt The board rrHprvcn the right di> crllj..d, and., Florida, 3 (f)91. and fllo. 'Harke'l
iud width and-, all blda... Which road') never ionHlrnrted ) ,,| with tho Clerk
"chase Pten plating his year as President In commenting on the Congress 4 htl'h s Tbr to reject uny wan IKII ,
Payments i shall bo nut I I...HM. bun. 30 Incha (SEAL) .. find to I'onnlder [ibuve, styled Court on or before -
Under $50 Per Month\ nf the Correctional Admlnlatra. Director Wainwright wideBnHlr. Charter, A. Parby.IIAHI whether said Hoard. ahould, Oct"bi>r IS 1967. other- P. T. (TOM) NOLIN
: tors Association, was reelected said "We are grateful tlmt Mafhlno* A ntl-friction (" ..BH A. AItHV: Ct.ffftK, renounce and disclaim, any wlxo a judgement may be entered ,
to the Board of Directors" the Association choRe to hold hAririntr shell) 10,. lI..pd on nilnhafti 'O/H stai: right of the county und the against. you for the re-
I' subjected to VDeed --- .public In and totlione. lands relief demanded In the com
''i of the American Correctional Its 07th Congress In Florida, Creator than 41 H. P. M l. 'I'''. ('ouis4 y Jud.*'a ....... heretofore. acquired for such plaint.W1TNK8, \ I CITY COUNCIL GROUP 5
: NOIS'' Association at the 97th Congress giving many from out of state Umnri'. 1"n'lnlf.,, will t h. ",'< <>i>t- In And For BradfordPlnrldn ("u..t-y,' road rlght-of-wny. said land. *' my hand and theHIHI
able on sluiftH of I..s..or NpPtils.ft IK. Probate a.. having been acquired from nf .said Court .at Nlarko.rodrord I
; I : of Corrections in Miami the opportunity to visit the la pi', .ft'rrt'd" Ihal deck and IN HE: KBtn" of MEUWEI: Marvin tl. Johnson and Mary County. Florida this On September 26.Pd. .
Beach last Week. Florida yntem. We can be fiiffln! ,drt\ln tronra be nncloaed B'LOYI l FANCHBR: Dnrouned I r K.: Johnaun his wife Russell September 7tb 197.
Mobile About 2.000 correctIons -r- l that without and r uiinfrift, 'in oil NOTICT3 OK fROBATH | H. Thnma* and Iucla, Thomm.. (SEAL! ) I
exception .
:: Home Sites I p proud Cunti"1 ll- M.intial I Iilli "til' <>i' To All l'ftro"niJ"lhwro..l"d. In} hit wife end 13!: J, Illume and CHARLES A. OAR BY, Clerk ( Pol. Adv.) .
sonnel at all levels alt n led! those who visited! our institutions -

.;.iAVAILABLE: the Congress from 49 states, felt that we have a

Full Lake Privileges CanAda, and Puerto Rico. progressive system. Implementing

'Homestead Exempt- Mrs. Walnwrlght wife of modern techniques of rehabilitation Adjustable Viol| I Be.Ir

,T Financing: tie Director presided over sessions of the public of- Cavers. All she 80 rant Ca.at .

:,; of the Ladles National' fender. Many compliments were The Telegraph.

Auxiliary, of which she i Is, made of.our staff's dedication I

Lake Geneva president. Both Mr. and Mrs. throughout the Division." A

Wainwright are formerly of I i

Trailer Sales Lawtey.Several other Florida Division -:Hampton Picks; The Rancher; ,

of Corrections! personnel Three NewCouncilmen ".
:0- Rnute IDA. On* Mile BEKytone !: were elected to key positions 'USED VACUUM cleaner reconditioned -

Ilelfhta I during: the Congress, which ] If you find your name among the Clasf'lIied'Ads, IIS up. 10 different
=Open Sun. & Evening* was reported aa the finest [ name brands to ehoooa from.
lil I [PiRiEI
ever held. The staff of the come to The Telegraph office 'and receive Two Parts .A excellent repair aX
--: 7r Hampton's City Council make.. K1RBT SALE1S .A

will have a majority of new' FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- SERVICE 713 N. Main Gatnecrlllo -

"' I face!! at Its October meeting HOB I THEATRE PAS In. S7.-7110. If chg Supplies'' '

I as the result of Tur.1>iy's :

election. AT LAST!

Elected for two-year terms HASTINGS MATTRESS i A HOME OWNERS
29 .
Jones with .
votes. and R. J. Williams 20. "TIC' 710 Lemon St. Palatka Gulf ServiceUSKD ,
r. P. Itt ran Mobile
Incumbent ... .. is wrd.Eeeh _____'I. PARTS Homes
third with 17 votes. being I Furniture Repaired That Qualify
eliminated In his bid for reelection wind. a... III _.I7natra Upholstered &: Refinished Top>> Trice for Wrookod! pan II
24 Hour Wrecker 8rvlo. CALL THE :MAN!
rI I''

For tho one-year unexpired paI4 .a ..'!a.... ._ __..allMEMo.II. New Innersprinjrs Fuel Oil FROM\ KEYSTONE.

I term of Leaston For*:\\I'h' (treslgnedl "'JIIO'.' ?l0l.S '. I I George E. LaRue
Wesley Griffin was arnie ....". and Box Springs -SauOreessSt....$

Drop Us A Cord or Call 301 N. W.Jd. INSURANCE AGENCY
unopposed and received 34 CARD OF THAMH" Bwy. '
1 I Votes. Only 36 voters visited II* wards .> !.... 'Uo I PALATKA EA 8-016(1( MAIMSLACT Keystone Ilts. ..473-4692 ONE STOP
EarS!: ward *,.r a4k ___...00.I ,
I Herschel Parker was elected I P 209 E.. Adklna St. FLYtNO SERVICE way y a writ. Com In and MASONRYMATERIALS

marshal! with a toral of 31 _______ I UNDERWATERWEED Starts Agent FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Air- elect :your favorite. ESTER- I
votes. He was unopposed.:
plan rentals. Greyhound Bus BROOK foantata pen. TELE-!:
\' ---__ t. I Other unopposed: candidates CUTTINGAll Charter. Keep your party together ORAPH. I I

I I re-elected Tuesdaywere charter a bus. Phone
Mayor T. J. AHerman. Types 1H1-6000.' tfcbf SiNGER ZIO 7.\a '

,- I with 33 votes; and City Clerk a pI CONSOLE MODEL Ready Mix Concrete.! C- -
Mary Brown with 39. Bulldoeer: & INSURANCEAT SEWING MACHINE, A-I Crete meek Rmad, Reek,

C I The new officials take of- I I Drag LJn Work. REDUCED RATES shape. Zlg Zags. make buttonholes Cement Mortar Steel Oyster -
1.'rilE 1.
lice I\t the October '3 council AUTO, FIRE. BOAT fancy design, sews SheU. hjaeer ck. ...f
J. C.
meeting. 14 GardnerPHONE DOYLE E. CONNER on buttons, appliques monograms Gravel Prvravt Uatel* ...

Just Walk Right Hfi-172 rNSURANJE; AGENCY etc. Sold new for. over Wlndotv SUla. Everythl

Scouts Elect tfchij $300. MUST SACRIFICE. for Maejomry poutraettoei.ANNOUNCING .

SILVER SANDS LAKE I Just pay balance $94/ or as- :

Up And Bank I New Officers $2,700 to $3.500 I NEW! MOBILE: home.,' CJUokaaha stEno $8 monthly payments.Call .'

TllANK: YOU NOTESBeau- 20' &: 2V wtde, Baddrdamnon Credit Manager COL--' .
Boy Scouts of Tioop 70 tifully engraved la gold or GATOR BONE LAKE RIGHT POINT; for the LAyton Travel Trall- LECT. Jacksonville 353-1946 .AIew. .

anklnJt has never been so easy for people on elected troop officers for Tues the silver. $t.25: for box of 25, In. $3.575 to' $- way you write. Come In eu's. Liberty. Taylor A alea. anytime.! Will deliver. No I
I year flt their meeting and select favorite K8TFRBROOK trade. Tear lI8n'k' fI- Mix Plant
your buy. mil Ready
obligation' 9'28
the go. Our, street! level teller's window gives night. Buddy Paterson cluding envelopes. Bradford EASY TERMS 4tohg ,
I day IlMIntalnTYP'EWRITER Traitor Mart
tf pen. namclJVK': : Buckeye
you a world of time saving convenience. Just and Woodrow Ortffto HI were County TelegrrapV See S. E. McKay Inc. 8A78 :Roosevelt Blvd. FURNISHED COTTAGE...' atKeystone

walk right up and cash a check, deposit funds I elected Patrol Leaders\ ; No. 356' Developers! Over Keystone Height RRNTALS: : Orange Park S84-ai3t. 'tfchr Klngsley' Lake. Married couple : Heights

..or> withdraw money from your checking or sav- I Stanley Gay, Senior Patrol 9 acres, close In. Call for In- 473-4710 or ,473-1153 Day. week or month.Bradford only, 'until June 15. Call
Leader; Robin Mulllns Assistant County' Telegraph. Phone Power ToolsArea 833-2711. Itchg For Better Service To
Jngs account. We're the bank with added services. leader formation.No. Phoneni 473-4816 984-O306. tf Myers
Senior Patrol ; That Area.

Bruce Haddock, Junior Assistant 047 4 Lots! Approx. ANY CREDIT CARD ACCEPTED Headquarters For HAY FOR. SALE Baling
WANTED Service Station
HOME OWNED HOME OPERATED Scoutmaster; Steve 110' by 300'. Planted In grass NOW AT DAliMEWS Attendant apply L. B. Alava- Lawnmower Power Tools now. $24 per ton In field W. : We Win Not B.

: Kirkland. Sergeant-at-Arms; & ready to build on. Well & MtCulloch Chain Sawn S. Sherwood phone 964-6742.I Undersold.Bradford.
I DISCOUNT HOUSE. rex Service Station, 109 N. -
Michael Olssy, Scribe; and Septic tank. Buy one or all. I5mspa A Water System* ItchgFOR
r 112 E. CALL Temple
The Community State BankOF Quartet-mister. ST., 964-7923 Ave., Starke. tfchg Brtcp 'Btrattoo: Easlaea
Cox .
Steve Tenderfoot ceremony No. 542 Priced Right! Cottage f chg Rentals". Sale* '- Servtoa SALE -chevrolet Van!

A held, with David New- 3 rooms with enclosed FOR RENT -' Attractively 230 N.E.8th. AT*.. Type. 1W1. make excellent
STARKE was Priced at $"" 00.STROUT travel home. Exceptional
ham and David Oeorga pass11141 porch. furnished apartment. Air POWELL GalnerrllV. S7s44lItfchg}
condition. low 'mlleaae
MEMBER F. D. I. C. this rank. conditioned and Panel heat.CDuple !rOOd ; -
2117 N. Temple Ave., Starke, .$300. ,Vernon 'E. Olin, Lawtey. EngineeringCo.
.. ,. \ or an' adult. 337 N. '
-0; 'ai4d bath
Fla. (1901)) 964-6630 FOR P..1NT-4!: room phone 782-3664 Itchg
!_r LW Walnut St. Itchg furnished-& arttnent. CalU9646852. -

BadcocJtb FOR SALE:-BO gallon; electric FOR RENT 3'' bedroom CORNER LOT tfchg MANAGER TRAINEE .
FAMOUS PHONE hot water heater also Convenient two bedroom _, Career Minded .
I house unfurnished on paved "
milk machine. Phone, home large comfortable l"tRlIISHED'lIOUSE ; ,Young men who are inter-
HOLLYWOOD BED OUTFITS 961-5289 mixing road near Farmers Market. 2 BEDROOM' Phone Stark
7B2-3313 2tch3' 9U4 Phone 9f14- aOt. Itchg rooms. with screen porch and lot fronting 100 ft. ested in a well planned program -

; Ideal For. The Children's Room car port. Low down payment on paved road: 18S ft. deep with specific goals In 964-5403

0 I WANTED I FOR SALE Ford Tractor low monthly payments. Access to Crystal .Lake. 8.- mind. For quick promotionwith

or Spare Room Executive's Desk Swivel good condition 47S,00 cash. work, out. large Interstate corporation -
Compare at I $ Need Small Tracts!, clone In. 000. Terms to be d
'05995' I 128 SOUTH Chair and standard type Call 473-4508. 2tp 921| Two to 20 acres. Have buyers Country }Home over 2,000 call Gainesville 372- Keystone Ready
writer elite type. If In good Mix
1 ft. living' area. Large 9535. Advancement security.liberal ,
'. WALNUT waiting.
:* I condition an:}!, priced right FOR BALl!: IJaustNmplants oq.oaks 4 acres fenced. facing salary with Increasedpay Keystone i

+ *: *+ ...* J STREET will pay cash.A. I to 3 ft. tee. Cheap. BIIJ. POWELL Hwy., 100 In Putnam Hall. based on performance, 473-4285 I
Tel. ;P64-5701 Gladys Harrington. 337 N.
J. Thomas.

allowance excellent employee
Real Estate Price $l .OOO. Big: value .for car

___ 0 SAVE $17.50 by ordering Walnut St Itfht 401 W. Madison St. those who love quiet place to benefits. Let us train FOR RENT ...J 8 rooms SJK!

--t World Book Encyclopedia: before TWIRLING LESSONS will Phones: Off. 964-6461 live. James H. McSachem.: you to be a respected mem- bath furnished cottage. 515
!t be Realtor Keystone Heights ber of a crack managementteam Nona St. tfchg
_, j hERMAN Sept. 30. It can even given at the High School After lira. 533-2018 with vital responsibilityfor
held and shipped for Christ- Auditorium from 3:30-4:30: : by Fla. Phone 473-4108
WILLIS mas. For demonstration: head-ma lorette, Karen Patz P. O. Box 1089 Starke. Fla. 4t ':hg 92SNEFD | the profit and growth of GOOD. USED TYPEWRITERS ; -

Owner the organization. Aetna Finance from $35. Standards andPortable.
at 964- !
phone M. A. Payne every beginning
HELP Permanent
N. Main St.. .. Aim
ComfortobU.., mni ,'.rdy. '. 0380 your local representative Sept. 20. SOc a lesson. position all company IMMEDIATELY PROPERTY Co. 923 Typewriters
$4 9 Gainesville 3tehg for. Rent. Bradford County
Will fit meet. any tli. room.Jncludfif 9 since 1956. 2tchg 021| benefits minimum starting ON KINOSLEY Telegraph tf

sari 3tchg 928| scale. $1. 3. age 18-43. Apply Lake. Contact Buforl Mitchell FOR SALE Pony Saddle

""* rla. WANTED-Couple for'poultry Southern Wood Presetv.Ing phone 964-6833. P. O. anj self-priming! Irrigation .
M. .... H< N.odlJ IACH HILL FOR SALE 3 edroom Co. Baldwin Fla. Box 238. Starke. tfchg M4-6828. HAVE!: ACREAGE wn.LSELL ,
"n."p""' lu",? luft.d M.".... Oood Repair work. House available.-E. L. Pump Phone
Matching B.. Spring Morjw..d. Ug. U r DoWN WILSON : Paint. Small Blrt Box 4, Hampton,, phone 2tcng 9)31) Itchg OR TRADE FOR
39" New
468-1752. FOUND Female Setter, CITY PROPERTY'. Contact
Wide Manager Down J'ayment-Easy :Monthly ltp SIGN PAINTING white with tiny tan' epots. FOR RENT 2 bedroom Buford Mitchell phone 984- :

T rms. WALLS WINDOWS:' Owner may claim by paying furnished trailer. Westmore- 6853, P. O. Box 238. Ftarke.tfchg.

Badcock TOWN HOUSE ENTERPRISES WAD EXPERIENCED' TRUCKS ROAD SIGNS for ad end board-Mrs. R. A. land Trailer Park phone ; .
\W. S. Furniture And '
Appliance INC. WAITRESS. Muat be neat.
: W. BENSCH 084-7774 Nettle. Hlway H East. Itchg 964-6837. ItchgAdju
Contact Buford Mitchell References required, Apply -' -- TIlE RIGHT POINT for th.

4 ASSOCIATE STORE Telephone 984-8803:> The Branding- Iron. John Adjustable Vinyl Book FUR1."ISfIEDone' bedroom Ubl. Vinyl; Book way you write. Come in!

P O Box 238 Starke Fla. 'Wood or Rose Lee. Covers. All sixes 30 cents ea. ho\*j! for rent. 308 S. Water Coverm AD rise S4 cent ... .and elect ;your favorite (:*-

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i T Celebration at the Florida

'fe'w'i Sheriffs Boys Ranch, on. Sun-
., day, Oct. 1.
( MiTERTh Boys Ranch la located on
rr the Suwannee River, 11 mile\

i' : i north of Live Oak, and the
>B celebration will start at 12:3O:

{ y s y' Hampton's Civic CaRYir4&' FQ RY4 VALUE OF TREES p.m. with a free barbecue.
At 1:30: p.m. we will have
"' Dear Mr. Matthews:
Pride IsNeeded I commend you for your ceremonies dedicating the
newest addition to the Ranch
ti recent editorial [land Mr.

.p Here ( -EM EaT Godwin's cartoon) as It relates facilities a $36,000 fire statIon -
; and automotive repair
to concern for the
: hop built with funds donated
I CAKE' Shade Trees in our City. I,
by the Florida State Fire-
Interested citizens of Hampton too. am concerned and have

presented a petition with been for some time. Each men's Association U.S. Congressman -

some CO: signatures to their Council xw year we see more and( more Ranch Trustee Don, Fuqua will ,presentthe Boys
that the t of these trees eliminated or
last week asking town dedication address
left In such a
they are
K be improved both beauty-wise and Boys Ranch is supported
condition as to present a
I health-wise by cutting all weeds ? 7)to ) sick and unhealthy appear- entirely by public contribu-i
tlona. It was founded in 1957
along the ditches and more extensive ance.
and has current enrollmentof
mowing and cleaning of It is true, that many of
100 needy and worthy
our older species of ahi.de
i 'wI vacant lots. boys. It to not a "reformIIchool"
.rar trees are not the most desir-
correctional Institution -
Well, good for them! > I able-from the standpoint/ of just a. good home
adaptability to
long life
I I .. 1 1I It's nice to know that the day "city life," and are h.gh in for good boy. who have had

t .-:--;:-.::. of "interested citizens" is not en- : maintenance needs. BUT. some bad breaks in life
I In 10 the Ranch has
i Old Standard Station at Madison & Walnut tirely dead, and there are stilla '.' 1' with a little plan-itng andcal'e of grown from years a "wild Idea" to
few left with enough civic I branches.In past many of these a nationally famous Institution -

pride to get on their hind with facilities valued at
up : tree would! still be healthy
feet and let elected officials know and standing. Basle tree care well over $1,000,000. I an
of Its success and I
I how they feel. rules are not a secret and are proud
want the people of this county
easy to come by and! to fol .
especially those who ar.supporting
Judging from the pictures at
I H low.Many the Ranch tome
left the citizens of Starke might cities are awakening
W what bas been accomplished -
well emulate the splendid exampleset 1975; : to the need for preservingtheir .
street and shade!
by those of our smaller neigh- Sincerely yours
ordinances regulating the removal -
y bor. P. D. Reddish, Sheriff
NttwpepsS'H planting and main-
Bradford County
r trees In
As the pictures vividly illus- tenance of shade
/WMYelYa public areas. While readinga
l trate, weeds and underbrush past publication of ,the International -

growing in the heart of town, as Shade Tree Con- RECREATIONNEWS

well as in the residential areas ference [Arborist News! No-

have about reached the point of I&. vmber, m! '!l I noticed where

r.IL no return in Starke. They not only the city of Beverly hills
DIARYyou'd California. had estimated! the
constitute an eyesore, but are a FARMER'SWe're
T-eee to
value of their Street REGISTER NOW
definite threat to the health and 2
: be from 17000.000 to $30- FOR FALL PROGRAMS!
well-being of citizens. setting Into the time better have someone' 000,000.and, all other city Registration for fall pro-

of year when the people who check your place while you're facilities [excluding street IslDW underway at
___ ."'IP ";'.. I Only last week, County Sanitarian do not have sycamore trees gone or have Insurance covering trees] valued at $19.'>00.000. the Starke Recreation Center

Jack Trawick warned that are glad they don't. The tree such a situation. What value do we 'place on and participation should be
i Old Pure Oil Station at Same Location wonderful shade Unless
'I mosquitoes, of the type capableof provides our Shade Trees? better than ever before.

transmitting yellow fever, were but its leaves are starting to Usually when Sam is typ- there have been changes, the At this time of year. almost

I 'I turn now and soon they will ing these notes, the yard and last time I looked at. our city ''boy's fancy turns to
_'_ -- aSeaboard ---.J _._._ found in 37 out of 75 places every
fall and cover the ground. woods on the north tide of ordinances on the matter. of football. There will\ be leagues

i ', '. checked in the county, and three We're heard people' ray, "I our home Is alive win birds, trees, the subject was covered for all boys, age 7 to IT.

out of four service stations at wouldn't have one on my but this week, for some under a paragraph deal- Those 7, 8, and 9 years old
intersection were found to place.'" Ing with weeds and Dmsh. Flag
one strange reason, not a single will play Small Fry
be breeding spots. Old tires and bird was in sight. Not even There Is much to be desir- Football, while the 10. 11, and

other water-catching I items The berry growers have< cut the mockingbirds that nesteda ed In the handling of our 12-year-olcla will play Bantam
( under fumigated By Sam McGarvey Street and Shade Trees. As Football.
cover crops few weeks ago In a little Tackle
abounding at most service sta-
, the Boll and are waiting out runner oak tree and this addsto much as I am opposed to At the present ,time, we are
tions were said to provide i ideal the necessary period:!! of time 'possums and! 'coons !got the mystery, as the "moc- new and ordinances, I will registering only the Small Fry

breeding conditions for yellow for the residue to decay and there first, but In any event.they're kers" act as though they have to say that I feel it la and Bantam boys with the

fever mosquitoes. for the fumigant to do Its not. talking. own the place and. try to time that out city" officials deadline for Small Fry being

Job. Big factor from now on chase other birds>: off. seriously consider a city or- Sept. 22, and Sept. 15 for

After the mosquitoes are bred, will be the weather. for it When we' returned from But there has been no dinanceregulating the removal Bantam. The first meeting'; for

they like to hibernate in shady will decide when plants can vacation, we found that the scarcity of thecal1ed planting and main- both league will 'be Monday.

spots such as are provided by the be set out. especially if we electric power was off in our "love bugs", swarms of big- tenance of slalter; In Sept. 18. at 4 p.m. In the

weeds and underbrush shown in have a lot of flooding rains homej and that the food in winged black files, which public areas of Starke. Yes Recreation Center. All boys

-. our refrigerator "and deep smeared_auto,windshields\ so( terday was too late-today ,is planning to play are urged tot
tha.photographs at left. We gathered afew pears freezer was spollearTHe:" power badly that driving was haz- even later "....*"and tomorrow ;; there Registration. for the

It isn't as if we had to put up from our tree [the Orient company refused to pay ardous. We're told that they may proveMr, Godwin's: older boys ,will be at a later
the for the damages, claiming will and that drawings a date.
species] and that was go away soon reality.Sincerely.
with such
negligence on the part whole crop. We don't knowif that we had not notified can't happen too soon as far The girl. will not be left

of property owners. Section 10-8 this was simply an "off" them that the current was as most of us are concerned Don ChampionDear out this ;year, as we hope to

Right-of-way Off Call Street of the City Code plainly states: year for the tree, or if Its off [as If we could have organize a flag Football

' 1 "It shall be unlawful for the poor yield was because it Is known from 1,000 miles Especially the service station Mr. Matthews: League if they so desire.
overun with honeysucklevines. away]. Fortunately, we had a I noted! with" particular Interest PUNT-PASS-KICK' ::
owner or occupying or
person attendants, for they'veabout
_.__ Orient by the comprehensive Insurance your recent editorial Registration for the Punf.Pass .
The' ,
having control of vacant lot worn out their arms
' any is "eating" policy and our claim was cartoon entitled, "Walking Kick Contest, set for
good pear.
'i) or any premises, to keep or allowto way. a settled quickly and without scrubbing windshields in the The Plank," which offeredan Oct. 7, !is Underway for boys

'I remain thereon, any excessive question. past two weeks. We're told Incjsive) and graphic age 8-13. All boys have an
We had the aame experience the bugs come from West
growth of weeds, or noxious e sketch of the present relationship equal chance. to win u they
p44' with our pertlmmon; Florida; we hope they find
L' plants, or any unwholesome or of- tree; in fact, for tae: first Our point is: If you havoto this section not to their likIng between Florida's compete only In their own an
cabinet 'and the? Governor. For example,
fensive vegetable matter what- time since the tree began to leave your home for any elected age group.
and that they fly back will compete only
iaqwpst r- ever calculated to annoy any citi- bare, we did not get a single length of time and If you home. I certainly appreciate the against 8-year-old other 8-year-olds, withtrophies
fruit. It may be that the have a freezer full of food
zen, or to endanger public health. efforts of Florida's fine given to the lit 2nd

L The existence of any thing, or newspapers such as The and 3rd place winners

I} f "rj "p611 t, 11' condition prohibited upon any turkey is plentiful and fresh Telegraph, to keep the citizens This program 'Is sponsoredby and

premises shall be deemed and held I avacados: are available. This of 'this great. state apprised TerwUlegar Motors
of the true situation. conducted by fie Recreation
to be a public nuisance which NEWS And salad) makes 6 servings of
NOTES'r With all good wishes and Department. Clinics are being
one-half each
may be abated or removed as +l+ Four cup : lemon with warm personal regards, held each afternoon, Monday

provided for in section 6m( ) of For Today's Homemakers Juice, 1H cups teaspoons diced avocado, I I em, through Friday, from 4 to S

the charter of the city. 1 cup cooked [diced] turkey, Most Sincerely, p.m., at the Recreation Center
Dy Martha Sue McCain 1 cup cooked rice, one-half Fred O. Dlcklmon! Jr. to teach boys the fundamentals.

"In addition to the punishment County Extension cup finely chopped celery; Comptroller .

imposed upon the person for vio- Home Economics Agent fTh one-half teaspoon finely Stale of Florida Registration and classesfor

One-half :Block From City Hall lating this section, the cost of chopped green onion, 2 tablespoons our Center Activities are

, abating such nuisance as shown I ",i --- J -- ... mayonnaise, 2 table- Sept. 8, 196T now in progress and girls, and who grade are

by the bill of the person doing HOW no YOU MEASURE ness. At least every other day spoons sour cream, 1 tea Dear Mr. Matthew! : school Interested boys. In trampoline, archery -
of I would appreciate your
salt, several
such work, endorsed by the City UP you should eat vitamin A rich lettuce.spoon publishing the following open sir rlflery, and model
A recent study "vealed food such as eggs, deep! yellow by registerIng -
Council, shall, upon the conviction Pour lemon Juice over avo letter irt your paper_ if rousee building may Join
that although most American squash pumpkin at the Center. Ed Mage
of the person violating this cado. Combine remaining ingredients fit:
ari children are fairly wir fed potatoes carrots, apricots, will be the Instructor for these
I To all teachers:
section, be added as a part of their diets may be low in two cantaloupe or dark green leafy except lettuci. Mix I wish to express my admiration classes. ..1TEKN

M : the; costs of such cause, and when vitamins Important to l good vegetables, 'broCcoli or green well.Add avocado mixture and and gratitude to all DANCES

collected by the chief of police health,-A and C. peppers. toss lightly Chill. Serve onor1.sp of you who continue instructing SET FOR FRIDAYS
; The study showed that: chil Vitamin 'C helps prevent for the of enlightening The Recreation Department
lettuce. CalorlJs purpose
shall be paid to the city clerk." dren's vitamins A Intake was fatigue, gives resistance to serving: About 180. per your students will\ sponsor a dance for grades

The City has the authority and related:!! to: their feeling toward infection, assists! In healing Menu suggestion Serve rather than being concerned 9-12) In the Starke armory
dark and!! yellow veget- wounds and broken bones and
green in drawing a big :
with miniature hamcnryebreed primarily after the football i J'r1-
the to such game
prevent .
power gross ables which" are high in vitamin helps keep the walls of blood *

violations of its ordinances. The and the mother's: opin- vessels firm. Every day. you sticks! sandwiches radishes., carrot Serve pay In check.my opinion, you dedicated 14 day Sept. 22. Music will be
I law is clear. ion about the Importance of need at least one serving of a fresh fruit for dessert teachers are doing the provided by "The Evils Of

serving .foods rich in vitamin.In Juice, cantaloupe or tropical best Job of teaching. Besides, Lyre."

Two of the scenes at left were some cases the childrendid good source of vitamin' C suchas CARD OF THINKS: you are giving, .your/ .puulla an Admission will be $1, and

photographed at one of the busi- not care for these veget- grapefruit or grapefruit We, the family of the late example of Christianity and attendance! limited to studentsof
ables and In other cases the fruits such as guava, mango
Jack Crawford, who passed good citizenship .
intersections in the did not serve them and where available' ; Bradford County Schools.
est city mother papaya away Sept 4, 1967, wish to Very sincerely yours,
often enough to provide vitamin raw strawberries: brocoll brussels Activity Cards must toe showa
the intersection of State Road 100 express our sincere appreciation Mrs.\ Francis Meng,
.. .,, ,,,
""" """"-- -'-:=r '. .= =--"- '-'-- needed. sprouts; green pepper: to our many relatives Hampton, Florida. at the door.
and Walnut Street. Can you mother had some sweet red two servings -
Where the pepper; or held
Dances will be
View'of BUS Stadium Through Dog; Fennel and friends: For your kind every
of nutrition, and of a fair source of C
imagine the reaction of a visitor knowledge attention cards, food cars, AN 1 V1T.\TIOV: week. When the' Tornadoes
the father. had a 'higher than such, a s honeydew melon; TO BOVJ4 RAIL!
who came here for the purposeof average Income and educational lemon; tangerine Juice: watermelon beautiful flowers and expressions play at home, ,,the dance will
D.u Gene
seeking a home, or establishing level the families were ; asparagus tips, raw of sympathy during\ Please prlnt' this. letter amy follow the game. When they

a new business or industry, likely to have a satisfactory cabbage; tomatoes or tomato his Illness and d"ati. May personal Invitation to the plu yout of town, the dance

when confronted with such signsof Intake of vitamins C rich Juice, and green leafy veget-* Glad bless each of you. Mrs. people of Bradford CoUnty to will be on Saturday night.

foods. ables. __ Lettle Crawford and family. attend a 10th Anniversary
obsolesence, neglect, and decay? Where the mother had little If you had been Included I
:;.x1iiiIriiiir -- knowledge of nutrition or the In this study would the results -------

With a new Council being organized father had a low Icome, the have been different?

1, 5 y Y. in the next few weeks, Intake of vitamin C was usually Turkey-Avocado- Salad The Bradford County Telegraph
recommended le-
below Avocodo and turkey combineto
now should be a good time for the make a main' dish salad ESTABLISHED 1879E.

citizens of Starke to adopt the vels.Vitamin A and C are Important that's thrifty and nutritious.
L. MATTIIEWS Editor and Publisher
iY to health and are problem -
Avocados are '''high in vitaminA
7 7r and
tactics of Hamptonites
} petition -
1F 1 Vitamins. all throughlife and a coating of lemon juIce F1or ds'e Oldest Weekly Newspaper Pabtlabe Ooefl osslssr
the City for action. since adults seem to follow -
helps protect the bright /
Under The Same Mast Ebad.
+ +2r, food patterns estab- green color In the outer layer .
Indeed with a second primary lished In childhood. Oood Just ,under the peel and rich OQIPublished

I election coming up in the eating habits are Importantto golden' part beneath. tho green each 'Thursday and entered assessed CUe Matter mt the Poet oft)..

current council races, a thorough nutrition. The tartness of the lemon a* Starke. Florida under Act ef March. Srd. 181t.SubeerlptJeaa .
Vitamin A helps keep mucu- Juice enhances flavor.
I p city cleanup might make a popular cous membranes firm and resistant This recipe was developedand hi trade area 1. year, fi.OOj; a _atlaa. IUA

] plank in someone's ,platform. to Infection and the tested by USDA food Oatald trade area 1 1"' ".:10; 1 mettUus, S3.M ,
Neglected 'Yard on Orange Street
k- skin smooth and soft. It also specialists. It's a treat you
Certainly, none ia i more needed. protects against night blind won't want to mire whine


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1 PAGE: SIX BRADFORD cotnvrr TeuconAPCT.:: STARK!!, monmx ,TIItmSIMY. SEPT. K. 1961

CARD 0.' THANKS l''I.I. VOlt HUM cimblfmUon of hydraulic and The Estate Of Bald. Oeredout neuter. Blumo. hits wife by Said Court the date of the first publication
I rim... nuHiil, Of County. fomFUi'idu ,- miiminl. You are hereby notified that do..d reoordud In Official R.u- By' n ulli M. Moody\ Deputy of thin notice. finch! claIm
Tec.;ions hours during my ..,.,IN (or lI".lIr"rll" C..u..ty. I fc'itii'lontl./ .. : Shall be a full ro- u wrltt**!! h..tru"ollt, purport- old" lliioH Uti) at Pairen 417. and Clerk br demand ,muSt ba in writing
recent Illness and hospital Will Roevlvo. Bimlod volvliitf typo with guide. roll. tog to l>, the Lu 0' WIII And I 4IS. saId luiiils. being dmcrlbud 9/14 4t 10/B .and must mata. Ihft place or
1 IIldlit 1(1( :00 (". .loi'K. On IlivM 'in'R. Tcatami'nt, Huld ducedont,, a,: **" reHldum-o and pout office ad-
Jilt ion weie lahU-ni-rt Immeasurably < i."Illtf Of Ottulivi"* t 1. I'M.7. AtTh ''1 Capacities.: Ti) <] lIfting cupiiilty hail beuli. admitted I to probute Tho South .half of tint. Vnrth-! l. T.. CoHBtr ...<...'. Court droNe of the clalmiint. "I.duu"t/ ,
U by the many# acts :.. i '''.thoiirtu fr'ur. Tho FolMII ot Ilio drniiltiiB with 3f In thin Court. You are. hereby, west Quarter of tho !SoiitHoant !. \tiU K...r flradrurd C...,r, be worn to by the claimant,
't f kindness friends and .IIIK feet bot m at fl& feet ruilluii voininunuod.. within nix (6) culndur Quarter. and the South .halt .of r .'lorldnIn )lute l .....ent. or his attorney, or
> by n*'w (full) :.1/1' yardi .SOil with niHniifacturur'iiluiiinl stolid .. montlm from thu Into. of the' Narlheniit ejuerter .nr' ..theMouth Estate. C. Har It will become vuld acuordlnir
rn: of B.
loved ones A special' hanks < ,,>"i<.t<.J I rut,i-U) h,'n\ >' diitj' I r-wolirlit fur ()iii'iiultun If II tile tha trot pulilli of thin' ...iiut quarter. at SeullonL'l bour eca..eed.No1'Il'11 to law.
t( the doctors/( an aft at :_ I \SI it i "Iltmillll' ,tl tlllltfllllO." TlH. | over th. HI. |.. nnd. ut rtutlvH. to ttppvur. In thin Court !. 'l'nwn.hlp 0 South. Kuiiur T\ CREDITOl8C. MAfDD BARBOttn COLE
"i-i.i.. ni,I 'tiCiM-d' Hhuil,,I l In* ""W. 7r, tier cent for* tipping lomlxlinll und, Hhuw raiia. If uny youiun 21 .East, lylim within I'O feali .: ereiiitore of the estate of AdmliilHtrntrlx of the .nHtato. of
)pie Biudford count- Has I 1)1 IlUtIti' I,tIII I 'H Iii t,5I be tin action of his of the !
nut IIIBH tliun 4.600/ why >f eui h Hide quarter C. .
U. Uarbuur, d>>t urn e.: U. I in r bou r. "'o".a"ed.IIJDAr.
pitolMrs.. Sarah ,vl Cal) 4Tht'TT <';!. I .1 i ml ovhtUl. ' I the paiindn, Court la Hdinlttliitf" Hulil Will ......t ho ii HUM dl viii tilt; the Houihhalf hereby notified and ruqulmd )
umltu.,,, i "'" 8hull hnvu nil equtp- u HonilrlK type TM MOillumWttlwht. of the Houthuant I iiuiirter'' and : .
tliey have I of July '1 87.Kulu
IUNGO RESUMED': ,ni I J iiHiiid. a. Ktamlard, by the Cubic Norllimtat rouy agaInst duy
III 9/4 Yard drnc- Th"ron A. Yawn Jr. I hiKuuth hnir of I the said l eState In the office of tho ; K. 1''nlll1NoI'7 ,
0.111.l .1, lU""I'I .it UI Slit'11 1>1,110"- linn. burkvt. County JUd.o quiirti-r, "f the KoutlieuHt quur- .
county Judge of Hr ad ford Pulillo for a. C.
Rlnn'.i' :;amr will be Held i \tiii t". rniilpmont' $ tin eIII hut. hide are requested\ for till (SEAL li'iof Hiitllun. 22. Towunhlp. 6South. County Florida In the court 'Ir..t publlomion on Sept 14..
Gatur ay' night at d t dork J i'i, I'h. ..* rll I,,-eIrtLUt. tlutl8d following' 'lXIol. numbly 0/11 4t 105nurun Uunicu. .. :21 Kust; and be- houm, at Htarke.! Florida. wIll.n .- 1007.
MpoMnla. Vk III .be ,'on.lderodn North
Nnithwnat MoilH\ | gsnLlnkuolt log ctiv feat from to
St Edwards Parish Hall ) six calendar' month (ruin'' 914 4t 1011n
jn .
)' I n, "itiitjimMit| | vviii'i-o thi Model. LM7HAnmrlmn TO (' IJIUTOlutAll South. ; -
of the Catholic Churcb. i ild i o. i mi Htipply un ,..d''III.I.| Model 1 aDD credItors of 11... eNtitLe of and that the Board of CountyCommlaulonera
II"|,,t >' "t i pair, PertH. for thMH .> P lit II Model 830 Nellie Floyd Fam-hrr.. ,lece."r1..Ult of Bradford.
inn I I ufrvruii. 'lind iniiHli Kucrlllir Model. K03Loruln hereby, notified mid inquired County will hold a public
pr i >"n" MM |,iui,'IH In the Mlittfl Model. bail to file tiny claims or demand hiwrlritt; upon said revolution'
12Vides\ I .1 l 'I', .i .idn.infldt. Visit Model I 1320Ju which they may have analimtHlilil on tha 4th day of October,
I .. >',... \,. >r mtiHt operate anillHlHMl Erie ;Model. 22H estate In tim office at the 1967* at 9:30: o'clock In the
,< IniKincati, in tIe All units Old to meet the uounty judge of UmdfordCuuny Courthouae at Starku. Florida
I a ..--t I I'Mrldrt\ following erincatlona\ : i Florida. In the' court- at which time all pnrtloa iuoreHtcd -
Custom Made\ 'S tI|>. I tI.( -a I H OHM of machine,, CiiKlno; o-M 371 or Kqual.C'MilroU houxe at Starke Florida wllh- therein may be heard.
For Florida ,tiiiil .1' i i""nimny| bid. Manual-Hydraulic I ln id* calendar month from WITNESS my, hand an
Living > '4nMwrnl,. > bidrlci. Hhull Mtipi Preferred.Po. the date of the firm publlon-. Chairman. of aald hoard this
i.I l> .< .urvlce""' ,,till' mnnualTi .."'..r Load lowerlnn ru- tlon of thtv notice. f a<'h clnlm 7th clay of September ,1967.n. .
Vftl! Get More\ .u!..: The "niHchlne Hhull. be flulr..d.I or dt<.ltiun. delivered with mirflclunt. tools l>r""ir rirum cable -'1/ Inuli and must mate thu place urreHldonuH Chairman of tho Board of
IUU Fer Your $ $ fur field ndJtiMment.Hullim vaMu required nnd\ poHt-iffl< nd- County C.mh..lon"rII." ,Bradford -
!r' : 'lint iniu-hlno: tf> be Swing" Speed1. -not 1 lesS than. dress .if the cliLimnnt and County, Klorlda '
No Salaried .1.1 I,'''r,ud. under I thin ].rnpoiI ... 4.5 rpm insist be worn ti> by the ATTEST. : Cliarlpii. A. Darby,
or Com I slum' II I IM. ,1'i. to.i UM a full 3/. Holm linn speed nut' lotus. claimant. his ogrcnt or hili at- As Clerk of acid. Board.It
missioned Employees c', '., 'ubk'iird. (Hho\cl rated) than 160 feet per mlnutoIjrairllne tolney or It will become, void t/14 I
'., 'rawlri. mount. *'cl dra Kline.HlfffftiiB1 speed. not lean. than .according to luv.SHptembvr __.
DAD ,.:;" f' :: : : The l machine uhallba IDIi fed per minute 8th. *1967.lul "
& HAD LARSEN Y;' ', ... : dullx iTfd fully rltfirtvl to Holat IIno pull nut l lees than > Y. ilalnoH. la The Circuit (""..t Of tlradf -
LIKE TO WORK I ,'" iipnratf .an ,a diutfllne. .. with 35I 14,1100 poundstrRgIinu Attorney for Executor: "nl' .:o..t r, riorldnfa 1 Am Deeply Grateful To Every Person
\.1 :,::. I feet lOr h,,"'''. pull nut bus than Ilox 182. bake Uullcr, Fla ". xs,. IHI
." i Uudiri' Tlur bourn::, Nhall':I be a 14..rOlI/ I pounds. Peter. L>. Fani-her Jr. Sandra Lee Godwin. Plaintiff Who Voted For Me Last Tuesday.We
s ..J : ::':: : __ .
YOU Benefit! I hunt y liitv :iD fot. boom with .Maximum amount of count..rw..IArht Executor: : of the Estate nfNullle v... William Franklin Uodwlli -
i we slit vu di...if line I Ixvnn accepted will ue lu.OUO Floyd Fancher de-1 Defendant.NOTICH. .
II Mr.*. Louie U Walnwrtjht prenldent of Mm' Lixllew I point. and. shut. I I Inrlmle 1 five I lu'.. ceased OF SLYFTTO I ,Have RUN and WON..The First
National 'I |1'ii | < r I HI IT" HIM I II lloil.il Maximum Amount! of counterweight First publication September. : William Franklin Owl-,
All Sizes in Display Auxiliary. of the American Correctional Aiworlatlon, |>re- \ i> Thu cub MIuII!.. t to> rully Khali. lie listed by bid.tier. 14. 1967. win. C 77840 Half Of The Race.
8-JO-12 Wide I H ,I-H'''d with Mliiittn" '' pioo-f. l D/U 4t 1U/S Special, gertlcva, Main Oym-
I aI4it.l over 8loiit at the 87th Congnam In Illainl liutt week. M'IU'M li'ull rovnlvliiKfnnlead- naalumDulldlnv
IVi Baths W.'hjlit. ,, : The op *rutlnvui rb"ul." ..<\. t NUTICKPu'bllo ?N-24 fnlteil l Statea
.'!'Hhi, nf the iniiclilno with .I.16d Two np>ed travel preferred notice la hereby given Naval
and Expandable! Florida Division Of CorrectionsHost .*.i IFOMIM, 'INN, dtnilln" bti. tIti pursuant to Chapter 3.14.10 Norfolk Station Virginia Now, Let Us Not Just CONTINUE
I i. Mlinll. l bo nut I lets than 4Q.i"1 .- This contract 14 tn bo- 'fnnde FlorIda Htutiitee. that a resolution notified thatan I
_,-. i I .' lint, ivil(th M .in.dm,,ljiI ,count,** nnd. ..r a lease purchase. .rreu- haH .bren adopted' by the action are for hereby divorce and other But DOUBLE Our Efforts As We
:New and Used To National Association u HtfhlH,, I and bidder will I \ HI'P"-< tn.>nt. Ltuuril of County C'ummlNHlun-' relief has been filed u,aln.t
Ifv .'''''"lit of counterweights f4.OVO.nn) paid on January 10 era of Uradford County, Florida you and you .are. herrby required .
inc I odd. 1BII4.Itulniice'; tu oonaldiMwhether. aid to nerve a copy of your Enter The Second Half.
::;::6-Yr. financing available Louie U t'rM" .lorn, : The overall. length" In' payment offtifutil Board Hhull varitto, abandon written defenses to It. If' any
1 Walnwrlght Director 1.
Florlda. Division received high of craw'lorn ohtill not be I IH* uniountHf' payable on and dlo"u"tlnlle..rnp..d i on Theron A. Yawn. Jr; Plaln-
of the Florida Division! praise for the w llplannedmee than I :; i t...ot i N I neil.n.. '1'0' .iHitimry 10. It*!, I9TO 1971, road for which .a rlffht-of-way tlffa attornav whnee address
:.:: Use Our Rental-Pur- of Corrections, who WAil com of whloh It host. nwi'bll" width <>f awler, ban 1972 with no Intercut. wan acquIred ....rO".. thft lands I III P. 3.). Drawer 310 Starke. SUPPORT AND VOTE FOR ..
ng. wn Bhall 'not .b.i I.."" than. 10 feet The board rpHprvon the right hereinafter dPHcrlhed. amid] Florida. 32U91, and fIle the "riKlnal -
:- hase Plan-Payments pletlng his year M President In commenting on. the Congress 4 liiuh' ... Tho. tnmd width to reject any u..1bId". \ which road wee never ion with tho Clerk of the
:; : Under $50 Per Month\ ,I of the Correctional Administrators Director Walnwrlght! .11..11. bo nut ICSB. than 30 Inches (SEA L) Ntrtirted. and to roimltlcr above styled\ Court on or before -
= Association reelected wldo. Clinrlea A. Pnrby, whether Maid Hoard should October. 10. 1987. otherwise P. T. (TOM) NOUN
was said "We are grateful thAt Bade !Machine: Antl-frlctinn r-HARt.E8 A. DAUBY. Ct-KIlK': renounce and disclaim any a judwmnont may be entered
to the Board of Directors the Association choso to hold h"",r'lnK| Shu II bo HPd on n 11Mhnftn 'ti/ll\ (t K/21* right vf the county and the noralnet. you for the re-
of the American Correctional subjected to upeedn -.. public In and to those lands roller demanded In the .
i Its 97th
NoIqMobile I Congress In Florida greater than 41 H. P. Mlironro !. The fussily Jutlf' Court.In heretofore acquired for. such plaint. CITY COUNCIL GROUP 5
Association at the 07th Con. giving! many from out of state bnnrtnff, will ho g jut *-pt-\ Anil P.I r nr..4foril Coumty' road rlght-of-w Bald landa WITNESS toy hand anil c..m-I' -
I jrresg; of Corrections In Miami the opportunity to visit the ebb on haft. of .h'SHor Hpevdn. Florldtl.. In. P......<, 1\0.' .having been acquired from soul| of aald Court at ;
Beach last Week. rt U. pinferred, \ that deck And IN HE:: MMnt Of NELLII'' Marvin tl. Johnson. and Mary Bradford County Florida On September 26.
Florida system. We can be engine clrlvlnif, gears be encktaOd PLOY P.VNCHBH.' Dernaaed.NOTICIJ .r E. Johnaon his wife RtmHell "September' 7th, 167. '
:; Home Sites About 2.000 corrections :>,-1'- proud that without exception und I iinuiliiK. 'in oil | OK PROBATH H. T"onlllll and Lucia Thomas. (SEAL) I',
Bonnel at all levels attnl< l those who visited our Institutions CuntrolK' Manual .ill I ( Adv.) .
_;;;:- AVAILABLE -
the Congress from 49 states felt that we have a

:7": Full Lake Privileeesjjlomestead Canada and Puerto Rico. progressive system Implementing 'JI'I ___

Exempt Mrs.; Walnwrlght, wife of modern techniques of rehabilitation -
Adjustable VInE I Seek
: Financing tie Director presided over sessions of the public of I |
I Cover All sbe. 84 aenU ea.
of the Ladles National! fender. Many compliments were
I'I' at The .
Auxiliary of which she Is made of. our staff's dedication Telcrraeb.I

Lake Geneva president. Both Mr. and Mi's.' throughout the Division."

Wainwright are formerly of 1 I

Trailer Sales Lawtey. Hampton Picks ]I I
; _
Several other Florida Division I

of Corrections personnel .. h1ithi
:>>- Route tOOt( On. Mil SEKeyidon. Three NewCouncilmen I
elected to
were key positions VACUUM
USED : cleaner
reconditioned -

_:,::Open Sun.' .&Helphto Evenlntr I was during reported: the Congress as the which finest 1 I p''. .1IJl\I\! If you find your name among; the CIa..llIodAds- nm brand 113 to up.choose 10 different from. '

.!l;' ---i--. : over held. The staff of the I ft M come to The Telegraph office ''and receive Two Parts A excellent repair a 1

"'-- Hampton's City Council makes. KIRBT HALES A. livestock

'.,' I! will have a majority of new'' I FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive SERVICE! : 712 N. Main Oalne

: face! at 1U October meeting r-21a! THEATRE PASS vllle 376-7110. tfcbf ,

as the result of Tuesday's In.
election. I 1,1,

Elected for two-year terms' PAINTSTHANK I AT LAST!


votes and R. J. Williams 20. CLAsslpfltiTh-A1I R.VTKIMCWOItlAI. &'UP OLSTEltY WORKS I 'POLICYFor'
710 Lemon St. ralatkaFurniture Gulf
Incumbent F. P. >tt ran
"'.' .. .1 w.rda: ...__'t..O Mobile Homes
third. with 17 votes being! I Repaired USED PARTS* I ,

eliminated in his bid for reelection Mae. word. ..,.p III _..eTEztra '' Upholstered & Refinished Top Price for WreelMd Par That Qualify

I ..i.a.I'' ...ee MATTRESSES\ REBUILT 24 Hour Wrecker Service CALL TIlE !MAN\

For the one-year unexpired I .paid Ia .d.aaee ,_ _.JIll FROM KEYSTONE
Nev Fuel Oil
term of Leaston For*:I..h. [resigned InnersprinffS --
I *. HMHOf.r TlOltff I George E. LaRue
''I and Box '
], Wesley Griffin was U _.<. rt. mm -S&h1GreSfl5tflP" .. ..

unopposed and received 34 CARD Or Tn asks Drop Us A Cord or Call Hwy. SOt N. Wad. INSURANCE AGENCY

,, votes. Only 36 voters visited I lie ........ a. !.... _. .:3.>u PALATKA EA 0-9166 Ult-I998 Keystone Hts. 473-4692 ONE STOP,
I the poll. Esra.. word ."... ao __..,", I
Herschel Parker was elected _I LACY CONTVAY TIlE RIGHT POINT fur the
I I 209 E. Adklns St.
I marshal wIth a total of 31 FLYING SERVICEFLIGHT way :yea write. Com In and MASONRYMATERIALS
votes He was unopposed.: I UNDERWATERWEED Stands, INSTRUCTION. Air- elect your' favorite ESTER-

LW r FThi II Other unopposed cimdl- plan rentals. Greyhound Bus BROOK fountain pen. TELE-
CUTTINGAll Charter. Keep your' party together ORAPH.
dates re-elected Tuesdaywere
ici'i ( I (-1 TrT Mayor T. J. AHerman. charter a bus. Phone

with 33 votes; and City Clerk VS Type. W4-609O.* tfebs SINGER ZIG Z.\G I

-.:-:--- .. I Mary Brown. with 35. Bulldozer & CONSOLE MODEL Ready Mix Concrete, Coo-
c. The new officials take of- Agen'I INSURANCE SEWING MACHINE. A-1' erete Block Seed Rock

Ice at the October .3 council I Draff Line WorkJ. AT REDUCED RATES shape. Zlg Zags make but- Cement. Mortar Steel Op.tar .-

: meeting. C. Gardner AUTO FtBK BOAT tontioles fancy designs sews Shell! Lhmrock. Rest

Just Walk Right DOYLE E. CONNERNSVRANXE on buttons appliques mono- Gravel.. Precut" Umtote a.4Wlndetr
I PHONE 111<<..11:2'I :
Scouts Elect grams Sold new for. over SIO. Ererythlaa: '
I tfchifNT7VV $300. MUST SACRIFICE. ; for u.o.r,. ICohtne.

Up And Bank New Officers SILVER SANDS LAKE I Just pay balance $94 or assume .1
$2,700 to $3.500 I : MOBILE home. Chlek- $8 monthly payments.Call .
YOU NOTESBeau- asha 20' &: 24'-wIde,. Bnddrdenuion ANNOUNCING
Scouts of Tioop Credit Manager COLLECT I -
tifully engraved in gold or GATOR ONE LAKE THE RIGHT POINT for the Layton Travel. Trailer ANew
: elected troop officers for theyear Jacksonville 393-1946' .
Hanking: haM never been so easy for people on $3.575 to 34,275 way you write. Come In
at their meeting Tues. silver. $l.2lor: box of 29, Including *. Liberty Taylor "'ea. anytime.. Will deliver. No

the go. Our, street level teller's window gives day nIght. Buddy Paterson envelope Bradford EASY TERMS and elect' your favorite ES- buy "11. trade. Year bank ft.naJnCLndl. obligation<< : 4tflig 11128! I Ready Mix Plant

world of time tt TERBROOK fountain pen Buckeye TrminBT Mart .
you a saving convenience. Just and Woodrow OrtffU HI were County Telegraph. See S. E. McKay at

waJk right up and cash a check deposit funds circled Patrol. Leaders; TYPEWRITER RPJNTALS: Inc. 8678 Roosevelt Blvd. FURNISHED COTTAGE
No. 558 Developers! Over Keystone Helcht". Orange Park 264-3131. t/chf Klngsley' Lake. Married cou-j Keystone HeightsFor
.or withdraw money from your checking or sav- Stanley Day. Senior Patrol 473-4710 Day week! or month.--Brad- :
9 acres close In. Call for In- or 473-4133 pie only. 'until June 15. Call

Jnffs account. We're the bank with added services. Leader:Senior Robin Patrol Mulllns leader Assistant : formation.No. Phones 47S-48I3* 9A4-6305.ford County Telegraph. Phone tf Myers Power Tool* 5332711. ltchg:.i| Better S rrl To

i Bruce Haddock. Junior Assistant S47 4 Lots! Approx. Area Headquarters for That ATM.W .
Scoutmaster; Steve 110' by 300' Planted in grass Ljiwnntower. Per Tool
ton in W.
now. $24 per field
NOW AT DM1MER'8 Attendant apply L. B. Alava- W1U Not B.
Kirkland SergeantatArfl'EMichael ; ,& ready to build on. Well & MtCulloch Chain Sawn! I
S. Sherwood! phone 9846742.FOB .
The Olssy Scribe: and Septic tank. Buy one or all. DISCOUNT' HOUSE. ,rea Service Station, 109 N. Pump* ft Water SyRtemattrlgg Itch I Undersold.Bradford.
State BankOF *
Community Steve Cox. Quartermister.A 112 E. CALL ST., 964.7923 Temple Ave., Starke.
Tenderfoot ceremony ,No. 542 Priced Right! Cottage t.f choJ RentnU'-- Sale* '- Service SALE -chevrolet Van!

STARKE was held. with David New- 3 rooms with enclosedporch. FOR RENT -' Attractively 230 N.R: ,}6th Are.:. TYPe. 1961. make excellent

I ham and David Oeorga passIng Priced at $4400. furnished apartment. Air Gainesville S7S-M11' travel home. Exceptional I
this rank. conditioned and Panel heat. tfehj rood condition. low mileage ,
2117 Ave.
N. Temple Starke
.$500. Vernon 'E. Olin Lawtey I Engineering
Cbuple An'
-"- or adult. 337 N.
Fla. ((904)) 9646609FOR -. Walnut st. Itchg FOR R.1NT-4! roomd' bath phone 762.34364.: Itchg
furnished '&Partinent..clila..IJ64.:
BodcocJtb SALE-80 gallon electric CORNER LOT tfchg- MANAGER TRAINEE: I
: FAMOUS FOR RENT -:; 3 bedroom! 6852.: Co.
PHONE also Convenient two bedroom
hot water heater, house Career Minded
unfurnished paved '
HOLLYWOOD BED OUTFITS 961-5289 milk mixing machine. Phone road near Farmers on Market home large comfortable 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED; Young men who are inter
9114 rooms with screen porch and Phone Stark
782-3313. StchT Phone 9A4-A301.( 1 tcha HOUSE lot fronting 100 ft. ested in a well planned pro- -
: Ideal For. The Children's Room car port. low down
V VCompare WANTED on paved road: 185 ft. deep gram with specific ;goals In

at- or Spare Room Executive's Desk. Swivel FOR SALE -.Ford Tractor. low monthly payments. Access to Crystal ,Lake 6. mind. For quick promotion 964-5403

(good condition $475.00 cash Need Small Tracts clone in. 000. Terms to be worked out. with large Interstate corpor-
Chair standard typewriter
'59.95 .. :.:ri- I Ir 128 SOUTH and elite type. If in good Call 473-4508. 2tp 9121 Two to 20 acres. Have buyers Country Home over 2,000 ation, call Gainesville 372- Keystone( Ready

'+ ',-,,,. #. WALNUT condition ana priced right FOR SALE Llgustrum waiting. sq. ft. living area. Large 9535. Advancement security, Mix

I STREET will pay cash.A. plants 1 to 3 .ft. dee. Cheap. BilL POWELL oaks 4 acres fenced. facing liberal salary with increasedpay Keystone
100 In Putnam Hall. based on performance,
J. Thomas Tfl. ;364-5701 Oladys Harrington. 337 ?t. Hwy. 4734285FOR
Real Estate value .for allowance, excellent 'employee
Walnut st Price 15000. BIg: car;
--- SAVE 17.50' by ordering! 404 W. Madison: St. those who love quiet place to benefits. Let us train RENT -' & rooms and!

World Book Encyclopedia before LESSONS will Phones: Off. 964-8464 live. James H. McSachem: you to be a respected member bath furnished cottage. 513

a HERMAN Sept. 30. It can even be be Riven at the' High School After lira. 533-2018 Realtor) Keystone Heights of a crack managementteam Nona St. tfchg

WILLIS held and shipped for Christ- Auditorium from 3:30-4:30: : by Fla. Phone 473-4106 with vital responsibilityfor

: Owner mas. For demonstration head-ma lorette. Karen Patz P. O. Box 1089.Starke. Fla. 4t ':::hg 928! the profit and growth of GOOD USED TYPEWRITERS :

phone M. A. Payne at 964- every Wednesday .beginning HELP WANTED Permanent I the organization. Aetna Finance from 955.: Standards and

Comfortable" und sturdy. $49 9 6560 your local representative Sept. 20. SOc a Jeaaon.2tchw. position all company-I NEED IMMEDIATELY PROPERTY Co. 15 N. Main St.. Portable Also Typewritersfor.

Will fit "mist! any sue .room.. since 1956. 9:21: benefits. minimum starting I ON KINOSLEY,, Oalnesvllle 3tchy! 9'23'! / Rent. Bradford County

soya 3tchg 928| Telegraph. tf
Include ""* scale 91.33 age 18-43. Apply Lake. Contact Bufor-t Mlt-I' FOR" SALE Pony Saddle

??.?, ?.?,?,..?, IACi. FOR: SALE 3 hfdroom ,WANTED: -Couple for poultry Southern Wood Preserving chell phone 964-6853. and self-priming Irrigation .
M..".... ;
MaKMng IniMnpring.> Spring HardwMd Bull.n ,?.?U.,, >Mun._.._ OW5 KILL house. furnished. Good Repair work. House available.-E. L. Co.. Baldwin Fla. :, Box 238. Starke. tfchg Pump Phone 064-4028. r HAVE ACREAOE WILL
? WILSON, New Paint. Small Blrt. Box 4. Hampton phone 2tcng 9421. Itchg SELL!: OR TRADE FOR

Wide Manager Down Payment-Easy Monthly 468-1752. ltp FOUND Female Setter CITY PROPERTY. Contact
Terms. SIGN PAINTING white with tiny tan"pota.. FOR RENT 2 bedroom Buford Mitchell phone 984-

2HTERPRI3ES. !: WANTED' WALLS WINDOWS Owner may claim by paying furnished trailer. Westmore 6853. P. O. Box 334 rtarke.
\W. :S. Badcock Furniture And Appliance f : INC. Must 'be neat. ,TRUCKS W. BENSCII- ROAD 964-7774 SIGNS for ad and board-Mrs. R. A. land Trailer Park. phone tfchg:
Nettles. Hlway 16 East. Itchg 964-8857. ItchgAdjuiiable
Contact Buford Mitchell References required. Apply -- --- TIlE RIGHT POINT for the

4 ASSOCIATE STORE Telephone 084-6803 The ,Branding" Iron John Adjustable Vinyl Book FURN'ISlIEDone' bedroom Vinyl Book way: you write. Come hind

I P: 0 Box 233 Starke. Fla. 'Wood( or Rose Lee. Covers. Alt size: 30 cents ea. house for rent. 304 S. Water I Covera, AH !.. >. cents esat select your favorite ES-

tfcrt; -,_ 2t.1iI 0131: 0. Tis.. TeleUI\1 !3&4.. -ltd111 'I he T..np" TKKHROAKION' rtoWa .....







I :"I ..


i y Celebration at the Florida

,V Sheriffs Boys Ranch, on Sun-
i day. Oct. 1.

R z I 11II Boys Ranch la located on
r a the Suwannee River 11 miles

north of LIve Oak and the
celebration will start at 12.30p :

Hampton's Civic $ &' R'c R VALUE OF TREES .m. with a free barbecue.At .

Dear Mr Matthews: 1:30 pm. we will have

Pride IsNeeded : REAL) _n44 Leer I commend you for your ceremonies. dedicating the
k recent editorial [and Mr. newest addition to. the Ranch

Here THffM Ar Godwin's cartoon] as it relates facilities a 30,000 fire station -
and automotive repair
+ ,- ,,,, to concern In for: ,the I shop .built with funds donatedby
CAKE/ Shade Trees our City ,
Interested citizens of too. am concerned! and have the Florida. State Fire

ii ton presented a been for some time. Each men's Association U.S. Congressman -

r 50 signatures to year we see more and more Don Fuqua Boys
; & f Ranch Trustee will presentthe
of. these trees eliminated or
cil last week asking that dedication address.
they are left in such a
be improved both Boys Ranch is supported
condition as to present a
health-wise by cutting all 2a sick and unhealthy appearance entirely by public contrlbutlons. '
along the ditches and It was founded In 1957
rt and has current enrollmentof .
tensive mowing and It is true, that many of a
vacant lots. a our older specie! of. shade 100 needy and worthy
t t 11 r'V 1'i trees are not the most desir- boys. It is not a "reform-

Well)), good for them! / E able-from the standpoint of school" or correctional Institution
just a. good home
life adaptability to
long ,
It's nice to know that "city life" and are hgh in for good boys who. have had

of "interested citizens" is maintenance needs. BUT some bed breaks in life
Station In 10 the Ranch haa
Standard at Madison & Walnut tirely dead, and there with a little planning and years
from a "wild idea" to
I : :: : a few left with branches care in past many pruning of these of a grown nationally. famous. institution -

pride to get up on Phi with facilities valued at
dD 'k tree would still be healthyand
feet and let elected standing. Basic tree care well over 91.000,000. I am

how they feel. : z rules are not a secret and are proud of Its success and I
want the of this county
? easy to come by and) to follow -
1 Judging from the -- especially those who are

left, the citizens of Starke \ ; L\J/Vfr\ / Many cities are awakeningto see supporting what the has Ranch been accom- to

well emulate the splendid the need for preservingtheir
street and, shade tree plished.
,If set by those of our smaller Sincerely yours. ,
ordinances regulating. the removal -
bor. P. D. Reddish, Sheriff
Ikhllhlr r i planting and main-
: Bradford County
MWKIMM tenance of. shade trees in
As the pictures vividly
ju I I Iaww public areas. While readinga
'I 11I trate, weeds and past publication of the International -

growing in the heart of Shade Tree Con- RECREATIONNEWS

CSI well as in the residential ference [Arbor 1st! New, No-

have about reached the vmber, 1IK."!J I noticed where

no return in Starke. They the city of Beverly HUla
DIARY California had estimated the
constitute an eyesore but value of their Street X-ees to REGISTER NOW

\" definite threat to the be from $17,000,000 to. $30- FOR FALL PROGRAMS

well-being of citizens. the time you'd. better have someone 000,000a1'14, all other city Registration for fall pro-
\.; who check your place while you're facilities t excJ dinll' street at
I'. Only last week County trees gone or. have insurance covering trees! valued at $19,000,000.) the grams Starke Is now Recreation underway Center

;.- -- tarian Jack Trawick The tree such a situation What value do we ''place on should. be
and participation
Old Pure Oil Station at Same Location of the hade/ Shade Trees? Unless
I mosquitoes, type our better than ever before.
of transmitting yellow starting to( Usually] when Sam is typing there have been changes, the At this time of year almost

found in 37 out of 75 they will these notes the yard and last time I looked at our city every boy's fancy turns to
ground woods on the north tide of ordinances on the- matter of football.. There will be leaguesfor
checked in the county ray, "I our home is! alive with birds, trees, the subject was 'cover all boys age 7 to 17.
out of four service on my for ed under a paragraph deal- 9 old
but this week some Those 7, 8, and years
Y' 4 ..a ; one intersection were strange reason, not a single Ing with weeds and crush. will play Small Fry Flag

t 1i r 4x be breeding spots. Old bird was In sight Not even There la much to be desir- Football while the 10 11, and

rt, r. other water-catching i have cut the mockingbirds that nesteda ed in the handling of our 12-year-olda will play Bantam

fumigated By Sam McGarvey few weeks ago In a little Street and Shade Trees. As Tackle Football.At .
,'.,I'I abounding at out runner oak tree and this addsto much as I an> opposed to the present ,time we are
a r tions were said to : of time 'possums and 'coons got the mystery, as the "moc new and ordinances T will registering only the Small Fry
breeding conditions for and there fiat but in any event.they're have to- that I feel! It Is
decay kers" act as though they say and Bantam boys, with the
ir a fever mosquitoes. to. do its not. talking. own the place and try to time that our'' city* Officials deadline for Small Fry being

t? now on chase other birds off. seriously consider a city ordinance Sept. 22, and Sept. 15 for.

Aki After the mosquitoes for it When we'returned from But there has been no. regulating the removal Bantam. The first meeting for

I they like to hibernate- can vacation, we found. that the scarcity of. the so-called planting and main- both leagues will ,.the Monday..

spots such as are provided if we electric power was off in our "love. bugs", swarms of big- tenance of 8lja4e trees in Sept. 18, at 4 pm. in the
weeds and underbrush rains. home and that the food in winged black flies which public areas of Starke. Yes- Recreation Center. All boys

i J .... our refrigerator and deep. ,. smeared..auto windshields\ so terday was too late-today ,la planning to play_ are urged toba
the. at l left. ? "
photographs .
freezer spollea"Th'e: pow. even later f and tomorrow for the
: few pears was badly that driving/ was haz- ; there. Registration

I It isn't as if we had to needed."T. Orient er company refused to. pay ardous. We're told that they may prove Mr Godwin's, older boys will be at a later
for the. damages claiming and thatcan't drawings a
with such negligence 1 was the will go away soon reality.Sincerely. date
on had not notified be left
'' t know that we happen too soon as far The girls will not
'WIr: i
of property owners. an "off" them that the current was as most of us are concerned. : Don Champion. out this year, as we hope to

Seaboard Uight-of-wny Off Call StreetOnehalf of the City Code plainly : or if its off [as If we could have organize a Flag Football
known from 1,000 miles Dear Mr Matthews: if so desire.PUN'r'PASSKICK .
"It shall be unlawful : ,' it is Especially the service station League they
or away]. Fortunately we had a I noted! with particular Interest '
owner person attendants, for they've
insurance recent editorial for. the Punf.Pass .
by the comprehensive your Registration
having control of about worn out their arms
any pear. policy and our claim was cartoon entitled "WalkingThe .* Kick Contest set for.
windshields In the
or any premises to keep settled quickly and without scrubbing Plank," which offered Oct. 7, is underway for boys
past two weeks. We're
to remain thereon, any question. an incisive and raphlo age 8-13. All boys have an
I exper- the bugs come from
growth of weeds, or .. sketch of the present relationship equal chance to win as they
persimmon! Florida; we hope they find
4 : plants or any unwholesome ; tie: first Our point Is: If you. have this section not to their liking between Florida's Compete only in their own
cabinet and the Governor For example an8yearold
elected age group.
fensive vegetable matter began to to leave your home for any
and that they fly back will compete only
single of time, and U I you
) a length
calculated to
i rwi V:1: : ever annoy that the have a freezer full of food. home. I certainly appreciate the against other 8-year-olds. with
V zen, or to endanger public efforts of Florida's fine trophies given to. the lat 2mf;

The existence of any newspapers such as The and 3rd place winners.

condition prohibited turkey Is! plentiful and fresh Telegraph to keep the citizens This. program Is sponsored

premises shall be deemed avacaidos are available, This of this great state apprised by Terwillegar Motors. and

to be a public nuisance And NOTES ,i'' salad one-half makes cup each 6 :servings of With of All the good true wishes situation.and Department.conducted by Clinics the Recreation are being

may be abated or Four teaspoons lemon with warm personal regards, held each afternoon Monday

t provided for in section ( ) Homemakers" juice, 1'4 cups diced avocado lam, through. Friday from 4 to 5

the charter of the city. 1 cup cooked [diced] turkey Most $Sincerely, :p.m., at the Recreation Center -
Sue McCain 1 cup cooked rice one-half Fred O Dlcklmon! Jr. to teach boys the fundamentals. -

"In addition to the Extension cup finely chopped celery; ComptrollerState .
imposed the of Florida. Registration and classesfor
upon person Agent one-half. teaspoon finely
Block From City Hall lating this section, the chopped. green onion. 2 table- our Center Activities are

I abating such nuisance as spoons mayonnaise 2 tablespoons Sept. 8, 196T now in, progress and who grade.
and. girls are
school boys
1 !tea- Dear Air. :
by the bill of the person ness. At least every other day sour cream trampoline archery
salt, several leaves of I would appreciate your Interested in
a A rich spoon
should eat vitamin
such work endorsed by you and model
lettuce. publishing the following open 'air rlflary
--ii-; Council shall the -wealed food such as eggs deep yellow Join. by registering -
upon cquash pumpkin, sweetpotatoes. Pour lemon Juice over. avocado letter In", your .paper, If you building may
American Ed Magee
tion of the person apricots ., Combine remaining Ingredients see fit: at the Center.
Wrll fed will be the Instructor for these
letturt. Mix To tilt teachers:
section, be added as a In two cantaloupe or. dark green leafy except
I wish to express'my admiration classes. .,
of such to. good vegetables broccoli or green wellAdd
+ the costs cause avocado mixture and and gratitude to all TERN DANCES
collected by the chief of peppers. '. toss lightly Chill Serve on of you who 'continue instructing SET FOR FRIDAYS!
that: chil Vitamin 'C helps prevent Departmentwill :
for the of enlightening The Recreation
crisp lettuce. Calories per purpose
shall be paid to the city was fatigue gives resistance to serving: About 180 your, students .sponsor a dance for grades

The City has the ;: toward infection assists in healing Menu suggestion Serve rather than being concerned 9-12: in the Starke armory
veget- wounds and broken bones and
with miniature ham-cn-rye primarily in drawing a big the Friday -
the such football
power to prevent In vit helps keep the walls of blood after game

violations of its ': opin- vessels firm. Every day. you sticks bread and sandwiches radishes. carrot Serve pay In check my opinion, you dedi- Sept 22. Music will be
of need at least one serving of a the provided. by "The Evils of
law is clear. flesh fruit for dessert cated teachers are doing
vitamin. cantaloupe tropical "
juice or best job of teaching. Besides Lyfe.

Two of the scenes at children good source of vitamin' C suchas CARD OF TIUNKS: you are, giving 'yQ .pupils an Admission will be $1. and

photographed at one of veget- grapefruit or grapefruit We the family of the late example of Christianity and attend.! ,; the such ,
fruits mango
cases as guava
Jack Crawford, who passed good
Bradford Schools.Activity .
of County
est intersections in the them and papaya where available; .
away Sept, 4, 1067 wish to sincerely yours
vit brocoll brus- Cards .fee shown
raw strawberries must
the intersection of State express our sincere appreciation Mrs!!. Francis Meng,
sets sprouts; green pepper; to our many relatives Hampton Florida at the door.
and Walnut Street. had some sweet red two servings -
View of BUS Stadium Through Dog Fennelitfgawn'ig'giuiti'fc'jgM'.iw. pepper; or and friends; For. your. kind Dances will be held every
I imagine the reaction of a and of a fair source of C attention cards food cars. AN INVTTATIOY: week. When the: Tornadoes
than such a s honeydew melon;
here for the beautiful flowers anj expressions -
who came educat lemon; tangerine Juicer: wa- play at home, the dance will
' near O..nerPlease
w'.a duringhis
of sympathy
of seeking a home or were termelon; asparagus tips raw prlnt''ls letter as follow the ,, game. When they

ing a new business or cabbage; tomatoes or. tomato Illness and death. May my personal Invifatlon to. the pla yout. of town. the dance

when confronted with C rich Juice, and green! leafy Veget-. Cod bless each of you.. Mrs. people of Bradford Coilnty. to will be on Saturday night.
ables Lettlo Crawford. and family
0 attend a 10th Anniversary .
of obaolesence neglect, and had little!. If you had been Includle4 i if

or the in this study would the results -- -

With a new Council the have been different?

ganized in the next few was us- Tu erAvoeadoR1ce: : Salad The Bradford County Telegraph ,
le- I
Avocodo and turkey combineto
now should be a good time make a main' dish salad ESTABLISHED 1879E.

citizens of Starke to are im- that's thrifty and nutritious. A
: E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher ,
tactics of Hamptonites are pro- Avocados. are 'high In vitaminA V aaaG

, through and a coating of lemon. Juice a Florida's Oldest 1 Weekly Newspaper Published OonttsouMg
tition the City for action. to fol
, helps protect the bright/ 1147 Under The same Mast. ITfcad.PublMMd .
estab green color in the outer layer :
4 y ry Indeed with a Oood Just under the peel and rich lotI

I mary election coming up Important golden* part beneath tho green each Thursday and entered aa.Saeond Clans Hatter sit the Foe Otftosa
The tartness the' lemon '
current council raced, a of Stark. Florida under Act ef March find," 181f.Sabeeriptiea .
:;) mucu- Juice enhances flavor.
city cleanup might make and re- This recipe was developedand .tm trade areas 1, yew, .}..001 a i...entihs.. 5X2

ular plank in someone's and the tested by USDA food o.-.w.. trade area ,1 year, ".50; d _memtli* "J 0 4
Neglected Yard on Orange Street It also specialists U'. a treat you
Certainly, none 1 1i more ht blind- won't want to miss while

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J I2:> ..SWEET 10 '. Astor Coffee 38
16 HERSHEY< Mayonnais
#. 7 J.fu!,*KELLOGG'S Giant Box WHITE or BLUE ARROW Limit 1 Detergent Your Choice with $5.00 Food Order.
LLOGG'S *j-.
14czt'ELLOGG'S: / 38" .
BRAN . 39* r t" At I I9w. Detergent ..
,CORN FLAKES ,t. 29* At
: ,CHEX MATES '. 39* ; At Sore 3011..GET SET
.BABY. FOOD . 8/80 9tEfclFAMlt ,
: I ,& SIMALAC '
: "BABY/ FORMULA 27* : 2t ; Hair Spray 49, LIMITIWITH.OOO..E.,

: 5 J i.i.o ''GELATINS 4/44 '; 3c! .
4z.. ASTOR _____
t VANILLA EXTRACT 69* 4 6t .
PDP TARTS .. . 42* f( 3a< Cut SPECIALSI
I l lozO-: ... I Deep Special\ MORE DEEP CUT
: POP .'UP TOASTEMS 42* 3tIt
ReauTra 49*. 2-Lb. CRACKIN' GOOD 20-oz. DIXIE DARLING

Fig. Bars 39 i-B-Q Bread LOAF 25 ''M-oz' SWANSDOWN' ? -
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'.CAkE FLOUR /. 47*: It2t S
'TALL'CARNATION-PET & SILVER COW Regular 99*! .40-oz. DEEP SOUTH Regular )54. No. 300 Cons VAN CAMPS i;9

EVAPORATED MILK 3/53 : DETERGENTS Peanut Butter 79 Pork & Beans $ '
r ( : MILK 3/47 2t
..P.OWDERED.MILK. '93* 10a 1 "
S-O CARNATION INSTANT Paper Towels 29 ,Alka Seltzer 54:
I +COFFEE MATE 41. 77*
'5?COLONIAL Beef Stew Bread
2/89/ 5/1./
.SUGAR . . .49* 10$! .
> Regular 27(.. No .303 Con JTOKELY CUT 8-Pk. DIXIE DARLING HAMBURGER or
. 55 8
., :>Lby GOLD MEDAL-PILLSBURY OR Green Bans 20' Wiener Buns
BALLARD FLOUR 63. 6t. AF"ir 2/39/
: MACARONI I . 2/29 2a

ACCENT. UP FLAVOR. T . 31* 2* (j
: 14.TKRAFT ;
FANCY RICE e . '29* I 4 i
'AIM DANDY GRITS 43*! 6 -Ib.ICABIN HOME Maxwell House

CORN MEAL . 43* 4 a
BUTTER .......7514ft
18- z. DEEP SOUTH j f l a
GRAPE. JELLY . 35tI I !! 4a18er. MEAT DINNERS -. '.' '. ,39; .,
: GRAPELADE.. 0 39* 4a43oz. SHRIMP, 2 PKG. $189 :


HONEY 32-ci.; HELLMAN'S GIRL SYRUP 37* \ Meat Pies 61./ Fish Sticks 69 TIN


24-oz.MUSTARD.FRENCH'S PREPARED. . 33* .I. Fry Potatoes 3/891/ Margarine SL"89x
'RIPE OLIVES . 37* 2tfAt 'fS- ;
l Dinners 4.11.1 -
S 1-Gal.WHITE HOUSEDISTILLED I 21./ Margarine '<<

: VINEGAR 41* 4 ..........r........... .... ._. . .. .. .
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2oz.. HUNT'STOMATO I r. : :
CATSUP 45* I 2t2t : I / i 1 EX.TRA. 1 IEXTRA. : EX.-RA. I Ex.-JrRA: I
M-oL' HUNTS. DEL MONTE OR STOKELY ..' I I d7l GREEN...----. I .1'11....GIllEN._ _STAMPS. I I I I J.'Il....GREEN___STAMPS__. 1 1 '1 I 5.W .4'11._GREEN_w--STAMPS._ /1 4 It ww GREEN__STAMPS_. 1
TOMATO CATSUP '25* 029' 0..."KO.OF'--I-: II HI' ot. 11.ot.. PKfl00bD II j #27 ONiT 2-L.. ..IC". 1 "2. ONK. ,.......CUV 1 ,.. eM.a.Le. "IC.W 1
2'> AUROW ( :. Q .. Beef Ponies. .. Onion Rings : Q Cube Steaks : Qn Pimento Cheese. / Turkey w/GJvy. ,
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BATHROOM TISSUE 21* 2t .. AT aooo LOOAk THAU WINM..1.IT.. ; : .0000. _T""U. WI.an..N.U..17 If I.I .tG,51i AT'OOO LOCAL TMMU_WINM*."DUMB IT I; ooea LOBAL THRU_....17AT .. ; At.00.LCAL T""U__n...17. I 1 .
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BATH TISSUE . 41* 2t2t

JUMBO PAPER!ROLL TOWELS SCOTT KLEENEX.. 35* ( Beefaroni ; : : : : 33* Oyster Stew: 7 : : 39* Clorox Bleach: : '.' 35: *


PAPER PLATES . 43* 6t Lasagna'.' : : 'r 7 7 37* Clorox Bleach : ? .7 '; 22* Zesta Saltines. 7 :; : 35*

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Poultry Sale HORMEL FULLY COOKED HAMS 3 L6. $279-'

Florida or Georgia Gr. A CANNED CAN d


. Legs LB. 29, MORE BEEF SPECIALS I 1 1 I 1 ,

Breast La. 49; Roact 0 LB.99,; Ribs La, 49; 20 100 PAPER Lb Ct.Bag FONDA SPARKYCHARCOAL PLATES V WHITE. 79* 1 lOd+.' '.

FLA. OR GA. GRADE A FRYER CHICKEN THIGHS OR S k !B. 99 I. ee. 3 liS.87; TEA 48 Ct. LIPTON.BAGS L.vERlW; 23* 2!"'

L(; s "' 49; tee wvi 0 TEA BAGS . 65* 2tf ; '
, g o o 100 Ct. LE OR TENDERLEAF
f USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED Sirloin' or T-bon. W-D BRAND GROUND (Handl-Pock) TEA LBAGST : . 1.19 42... '

FRYER. ..J. 09 Round LB. 79si No.FRUIT 303 Con COCKTAIL ASTOR 25* 2ct.:


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I FRESH FRYER CHICKEN ; ; I I EX-rRA.d GREEN.!. STAMPS :;: (j r B ee f 5 p'PK':.. $199 No.BARTLETT.303 Can LIBBY' PEARS PEARS OR DEL MONTE.. ..294 33. 2ct-.2ct..., .
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, '" Oatmeal l Cookies, . 3//$1. CORN FED CHUCK. ROAST or TOMATO CORNED 12-0. THRIFTY MAID BEEF .. 49'*' r ;4:f." ,,

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29x LB "
Cream Cheese Bologna 1201.
5PAM OR 'PREM' 57* <:

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39x Franks 451, ? VIENNA No. V4 Cans DEL f'GE. "
Cheese .
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'..q f MILO Cheese LB. 69x Pork Roast La. 49; ;TUNA! I" tiy . 27. 2 f<,

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No. 300 Con .2
S-oz Pjtg. SUNNYLAND 5m,99 CUT ASPARAGUS. 37* '.,
w y; Ham 39: Whiting ; lit No. 303 Can THRIFTY MAID 'i'L9 "
Chopped CUT BEETS . 2/27 ,.24..:, .
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f' Bonus! No. 303 Can DEL MONTE EARLY GARDEN
Stamp LIMA BEANS . 29* .<4ct .
,.:' No 303 Cam THRIFTY MAID B "
f BAG <' GREEN BEANS 5.\,"f"
CUT WAX BEANS.. .254 2a.
\ VEGETABLE SAL. *. Con GREEN CORN GIANT .. 23* 2/t/k ,
No. 303 Con THRIFTY MAID 1 Sx. SWEETPEAS . 2/35 2d
No. 303 Can
:: 't'{ JUNE PEAS . e 29.* /!IQI;.i

iREEN, PEAS CUT CORN omatoes 2 Ibs 2 9 No.WHITE 2 Can BUSH HOMINY ".,/2'.*.***- ,. '-2, f.d';.. '"r ,

BABY\ LIMAS GR. BEANS No.CAiiri 303 Can Can* -THRIFTY SILVER**U fI MAID'p . J.HAyf"j00 2. t.. .

t. \ & BEANS .. 10- 2ct
\ U. S. No.1 1 REGULAR 10Lb. Bog 4U ... 89PORK' AMERICAN 19* '\ : "
BUTTERBEANS L 0 'G : / 1J1vv"W.IN :-?{

DECKLED. P Q.L",, .f.-. +II_ to DOG FOOD $3.23 16ct1-,
Plus 100 Extra Stomp 6l/i-oz PLANTERSCOCKTAIL. ''''rrL, ,
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EU, No. 303 Con LIBBY| 'T Con LIBBY GARDEN "
1 Bags ?': ; 5 '65 Corn. E. ': v's s'c 23< Vegetables ? 5 J 1 ;tq' -." IV BONUS DETERGENT 83* :: '4. *
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ROPING CLUBRESULTS I I Harper. Randy Joyner Gerald Joyner, George Lewis, FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOOF
Oirln Age Thru 19 Ralph Bryan. Charles. Craw- STARKE
I CloverleafDarlene Hayes ford.'

Sandi! Morgan Debbie Arena RaceAdro Brown, West Weldon St. and Ral

I Bobo, Jackie Hancock, Don- Gerald Joyner. George LewIs. ford Road.

na Bryan. Sonny Lawson, Herb! Wal- Sunday Services: 10:00:, a.m.
Following are remits, of the Barrel Weave Darlene I j dyers Henry Lawson. Sunday' School; 11:00: *.m.
I Bradford Roping C A': Competition Hayes. Debbie Bobo. Sandi Ladles 20 And Over Morning Worship; 6:30: p.m.

for Satui' iy Sept. Morgan Jackie Hancock. CloverleafHazel, Orlffis C. A. Services; 7:30: p.m.

9. Names are listed In order Buddy:! Pick-Up Debbie Imogene Bryan, Kitty Carter.. Evangelistic Services.
of finishing: 'I Bobo. Darlene! Hayes SandiMorgan Barrel Weave-Hazel Orlf Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. MidWeek -

Are 7 And Under Jackie Hancock, fls. Kitty Carter. Prayer Meeting
Cloverleaf Dora Trlest I Cindy Bryan. Buddy PIckUpImogene Pastor: Rev George Green

Cindy Jordon, DennU !Town. Arena Race ,- Darlene Bryan. Hazel orlffls. Kitty Jr. ... ... .. _
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Linda Orlflls Marie:' Hersey. Hayes, Sandl Morgan Donna Carter I -- ,_ .-- -- ..
Mike Lawson. Bryan Debbie Bobo, Jackie Arena Race MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL
ImogeneBryan BOATDRAIN
Barrel Weave Bobby Hancock Cindy Bryan. Hazel Oriffls. Sunday School 9:45: a. m. 1 NORTHSIBE; BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST
Carter. Boys Age 13 Thru 19 Morning Worship CHURCH CHURCH; CHURCII
Cindy Jordon, Dennis "Jack Benny" 11. Training CHURCH CHURCH
Brown Dora Truest, Mark Cloverleaf Tommy Cloverleaf Junior Her- Union 6:111. Evening: Schedule of Schedule of services: Sunday I Sunday School 10 a. m
; Hersey, Mark Joyner. Smith Kelly Forsyth Ernie Worship, 7:30.: Wednesday Sunday School 10:00: a. m., services: Sunday Sunday School, 10 a. m.
sey. Merrill School 9:43
Orlffls. Jo Ann School, 10 : a. m. Morn- Morning Worship 11 a. m.:
Morning a.m. Worship, 11 Morning
Buddy Pick-Up Dora Trlest. Ralph Morgan Danny. Forsyth. Prayer Meeting 7:30.: Worship 11:00: a. Ing Worship. 11 a. Bland
Worship 10:45: Evening Worship 8 :
a.m. and a. m. m.
: Trlest, Cindy Jordon Bobby Bass Johnny Lee. Barrel -Bob L.. Cooper pastor m.. Training Union 7:00: p. : p.m. Training 7 p. m. -Rev. .Leland A.
Weave Junior Training Union, 6:45: Prayer Meeting,
Union 6:80: p m. Wednesday
Barrel Weave m.. Evening Worship, 8:00: pm.Rev. Jack Baker pastor..
Carter. Mark p.
Marie Ralph
Joyner Hersey Jo Ann Forayth. m.. Stolte pastor. Evening Service 7:45.: MidWeek 8 p. m. Sing each Friday at a
Hersey, David Manning. Morgan. Tommy Smith Danny Buddy PIck-Up MerrillChlTfls Virgil R. Fipps Prayer Service Wednesday Thursday Visitation, 10 p. m- Rev. Harvey Lane paa-
Arena Race David Manning Base Kelly :florsyth' ,' Je Ann Forsyth Jun- Prayer meeting. Wed., 7:30p. : CHURCH 7:43: p. m a. tn. and 1 p. IlL tor.
Services m.Rev.. GOD
', Dora Trlest Bobby Johnny Lee, Ernie Treist. I ior Hersey.! HeldWednesday Virgil Lovett
Carter Buddy Pick-Up Pastor.DAYLESS. 422 N. St Clair St., Starke.. NEW RIVER
Cindy: Jordon LJndaOrlffls Tommy Arena Race Junior Her- SMYRNA MISSIONARYBAPTIST BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE
Smith. SnnM.y Sch ,, Dennis Brown., Danny Bass Kelly sey. Merrill Grlfflo.
Forsyth.' lUCITWAX Worship. Services, 11 a. m. CHURCH Sunday, School 10 a. i.Mor&inir BBOOKER BAPTIST
Ace 8 Thru IS Ralph Morgan.. Lea- Virgil ft.
FJpps, 53, of _._
Lester A33
BAPTIST -- TOA Pratt_ .ctf.. Atm/laftr Worship. Sunday School, 10 a. m.
ton Morgan, CHURCH are ; ---- -- --- 11 a. m.,
Ieu m.
Johnny Ire. Johns p. ztvu. weonesda
Cloverleaf Ronnie Hau, I Road in the I -
Junior Harper Arena Race Kelly For- Edgar L. Kirk part of Bradford western Sunday School, 10 a. m.: Randy Joy- syth. County died Morning Worship Service, 11 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. Worship, 8 Training Union. 6:30: p.m..
ner. Keith Carter Troy Han'cpck meat Tommy Services Held Sunday upon arrival at I Friday, 7WJ:; p. m.-SUv. p. m.
Brad Carter. Smith Danny Bass Ralph I Starke hospital a a. m.i; Training Unlgn 6:30 j L. S. Williams pastor. Training Union, 6:15: / p m. Wednesday night 'service: Evening Worship 7:30:
I following
Barrel' Weave Ronnie Morgan Leaton Morgan. .. Edgar Lawrence Kirk 79, sudden III n eas. a p. m.: evening Worenlg. 7:30p. : KDrOSUCT LAKE Evening! Worship 7 p. m. 7:30: p. tn. Everyone welcome.L. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday
Hall, KimbD Men Age 20 Thru 38 'caeai: iiiesaay,, Jsept. k, in a Mr. a. Everyone welcome .- Elder L.. Parker pastor. 7:30.: Vernon N. Williamson
HancOCk: : Randy Forsyth Troy Cloverleaf Adro Brown, local hospital after Ii brief/March 18 Flpps, 1914 WItS in born on Prayer Meeting, Wed., ':30 f BAPTIST CHOBCtt' T. C. Williams, pastor. I pastor. .
Joyner. Leo Thornton, Henry Lawson. illness. He was born on South Carolina p. m.; G. A. Meeting: Wad., CHURCH OF CHRIST
Brad Carter. Perry Bryan. and had live! In Bradford 7:30: Choir Sunday Scfcool. 9:43: a. m. FIRST IIEILBRONN BAPTIST
Ralph Bryan. George Lewis, March 16. 1888. and was a p. m.; Rctiearsal PRESBYTERIAN
Buddy Pick-Up KlmboForsyth Tommy Oasklns. Methodist and a Mason. County for 18 years' He was Wed.. 7ao p. m.: frothe: !londnaWorshiP, 11 a. m. Sunday: Bible Study 10a. Sunday SchOOl 9:43: a. m.
: Junior Harper Barrel Weave-Adro Brown. Funeral" services held a retired farmer and a mem- hood meeting, last Monday Tuafcflng Union ( ::15 p. R. Sunday School 9:49: a. !L tn.; Morning Worship and Morning Worship. 11 a. m.

:jSammy Hallmark Linda Lee, Henry Lawson, Bill Fbrsyth, at 10 a. m. Friday" ,wens Sept. 8, ber Church.of .,the Fine Level Baptist in each month. Rev David Evening Worship 7:30: p, m. Morning; Worship, 11 a. m. Communion Service 11 a. m. Training Union, 0:30: >> p. m.

1 Ronnie Hall.Kelth Carter. Herb Waldron, George LewIs in Jones Memorial Chapel lledelros, pastors Midweek Prayer Service. ; Youth Fellowship, B p. n. Evening services 8:30.: Evening Service, 7:30: Midweek

Arena RaceKlmbo For- Sonny Lawson. with Rev. V. J. Ragsdale officiaMng. Surviving are his jvjdow, Wednesday, 7:30: j>. m. Rev. Choir Practice Wednesday Wednesday Worship service Prayer Service 7:00
;iyth. Rodney Griff' .,,f Buddy Buddy PickUp Adro Interment was in Arvoeia Grimes Fipps; four HOPE OAFTI8T CttUBjCVIII Troy Johnson, Supply pastor.,8 p.1IIo J 7 p. m. Minister Jack F.Bell. p. W' Wednesday.
Luke, Troy Hancock Junior :,Brown Edward Williams, Crosby Lake Cemetery under'j' daughters,, Mrs. -Rosa Lee ( "l>way100 at Thirtsa J Come, let us worship together. ltav. Robert D. Buroh. i TroyJohnwn.
Yarbrough pastor.
and Sunday
direction Miss Cathy School 10
of a. m.
C. .
Funeral minnn both flf mi Home.Services -------- ----- .a -- -II IlL", J
ty:; Mrs.' Grape Harper, Training Union-7:00: p. m.' -

INSTANT HOUSINGNEW Held Georgetown, S. C., and Mrs Evening Worship 7:48': '
VIrgie Mae Drawdy, of Brooker p.m.
For Troy Bennett ; three sons. Johnny R. and Wednesday Night Prayer An Investment, In Your futureESSENTIAL

12 WIDES At Northside Irving Flpps, both of Bradford Services 7:30: p. m. Rev./ ..

FROM I County; ,WlDiam Fipps, Merle Paokhampastor.. I

$3,299 .UP Troy Bennett 61 of law' rlf AInrhiinr.: two 'broth"I'R.__ -_--- _5t-I_ ArrEmO
Reconditioned 'tey died (Monday In a Jacksonville ,bert Flpps, Cordele, Oa, and< DEDAN BAPTIST Breaker] flfif fa
8 & 10 Wides I hospital after a lIudI Harvey Flpps, Jacksonville: Sunday Services: Sunday

1, 2 and 3 Bedroom Models | den.. illness. five slater. Mns.Annie Grimes, School 9:49: a. an. Morning' Bfttil. Igwf.MM aI
I I A correctional officer at Cordele Ga.; Mrs. Zona Doug- Worship 11 a. m. Training

: ALL AGES ALL PRICES the Florida State, Prison. Mr. las, Lake Butler; Mrs Leona Union 6:30: p. m. Evening, .4
,Bennett was born in Lawtey Darling, MaysvlHe N. C.; and< Sennoe, 7:30.:' Wednesday

; Bob Dodson Bruce Martin on Dec. 16, 1905 and had two sisters living in :IWulllna, Prayer Meeting '7:30: p. m L .
I lived in this area all of his N. C. Also surviving are JH Rev. Leroy Olive, Pastor. -- .,....... =
life. His parents, were the late grandchildren.
FOR TilE BEST DEAL ON A NEW OR ,Richard and Hattie Lang Funeral services were held CALVARY BAPTIST r ; -

RECONDITIONED Bennett. at 2 p.m. Wednesday In the Sunday School 10 a. m TOO =

Surviving are his widow, Pine Level! Bapflst Church Morning Worship, 11 a. m i .
Floy Thompson Bennett of with Rev. Donald I* Ramsey Training Union, 0:30: p. m x ;
: MoBile Home Lawtey; one officiating- :Interment was In Evening Service. 7:30.: Prayer i V""""* Ito boys on the fleM \
"Esfelle Williamson daughter Mr. Dedan Cemetery with DeWitt Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30p. : << I"cWTytog the bulk of the gang but aJIflis toya on'ft!*,
Macclen- 5
C. Jones m.-Rev. R. K Butler bench are eagerly awaiting their opportunity to get in the Some will
ny; three sons, Buster, Donald Funeral Home in I game. get to play" ==
LOWK; DOWN PAYMENT\ ; and Gary Bennett all of charge IMMtOT.BCTDKL. I / otbaea woo\.; jet tach d. eeeontkl! to QM: teanvItarliiffpnicUco eactlw** .

MONTIILVPAXMENTS\ LESS TItAN lENT Bennett Lawtey;, two Ralford"brothers! John BAPTIST CHTTBCP 3 h. '' their effort help] bond a better tMia A
and Paul I II i
r FREE I Bennett. Lawtey; three alsters, Notice of Ap-att.. 'For 'Taxsea Sunday SohooL 10 .. m ; L..- lb fanettoM properly, a church must work as a'1 team The =
DELIVERY, and SET UP: I, ...... ..., MornJntr IXTAmhln.. tl a.. tM Pastor and Mil aaHoolateg
'" ----
D. .J'I-Ilner' ana Mrs. !! JtM.lW.; r. .. Evening -- = carry moat of toe load. Many others are: needed to 1
Clifton Smith, :both of Law- Notice !I. hereby gtven tInt Worship 7:30: p. m / r
help train
I MUSTANG( I tey, and Mr. F. 'L. Gapp,, Mr.of tk T... J.fM Alderman owing; certificate the holder Prayer: Meeting 7:10: P. in II and teach. or do :many other taako. However whether or not you can .

: Starke. Also surviving- are 12 baa tiled paid oertlfUjates for Wednesday Rev W. I X aero the Lord in some capacity, your pre*"," la the
iTandc"Udren.I a tax de&4 to be issued th re- Newmans, pat r.AIRPARK L ; ..
'. I on. The certlflrata number t worship services does help you and
I Funeral! services were held and years .f Uaua. >nc*, the de-: BAPTIST j +
i; MOBILE at 2 p.m. Thursday in the m'rlptlon of the property, and ... mot era too --- ,
HOMES I Northside the names In whtrh It wan aaaenfiAd Sunday School, ..
Baptist Church! with are aa Wows: 10 .. m. -!
I Rev Glenn Lawhon officiating. Cartlflcat No. 95 'Tear of Morning Worship. 11 a. m.
fxauanca. .
E INC. I Interment was in Evergreen 1966.ttawrlptlrm Training Union. 7 p. m Evening .

2LS. I Cemetery with DeWUt C. 1 of "BLK 19 In of N Property RENO 8/D Let> Service' 8 p. m.-.Rev.
IIwy.4 North Phone-752-2797 Jones Funeral .Home in charge. Name In 'which &..e...<1 Jda Lacy Conway, pastor., >
:' Lake: City, Florida '/ Active/ pallbearers were Dave May Tyaon.
AU of said property 4>lnir in PINE LEVEL BAPTIST
Shaford, Milo Smith Harold the rounty. of Bradford state

E: Headquarter> FAor Instant Housing I Eunice, Eaton Moody Fisher of Unlean Florida.uch certificate or Sunday School Jo .. m .
Gaakins and Luther Hilliard.w certificates ahall Morning 'Worship t 6
ba redeemed 11 a. m Mt ee
According to law the property Te-Servlow
-- "dPBc-rlhed"l'litleatAR In",wioh III h-_certificate- 'd ...". ..orhlvhaat ..... ''J"01UW- -_--_...1...-. ._._..A. C'...Band.....Q'811_
bidder; at the. .court Service 0 p. m. Evtnint
hotim door
on the first Mon
day In month of Ooto-ber. 1RH7 WOrship 7 .,. m. Midweek
whlrh In the 2nd day of Octob.r.
11167. Service: Wednesday, 7:30: B 1 aRV
Dated., this 28th day of Augruxt. m.-Rev. D. L. Ramsey
1967. pas-
T COLOR (SPA.LICharle": tor.NORTHSIDE. ? 'r

TV..what t a : Clerk of A. Circuit DarbY Court of d

Bradford County Florida :ro Yw"F
fantastic difference! By Boulah M. Moody I>. C. BAPTIST :
.. 11/7 4t tS Located on Bayw** rotb-! !
.. '. way [SR 3331M RattoM Road Y.ilNt
... 1f* lti. Of AppitraflOB. For Tax [SB 16J. Service
Ttrril1A4.1A. : Wundw'
--. 11I- .... e !School. lo( a. m. Sunday J
Notice If Hereby Given that. Mwnlag: Worship _
Mr 11 a. m .
T. J. Alderman
-- of the following the hOoldel'1. Training Union 8:30: p. m iYOsNYGYsIpeWegl.gb8kusV.. hf*,..Ia."At" InnWgt, rf fh.few \\N T1lt..'" rhi
wr hall filed Paid l Evening 8l"I'Vce. T3: ( WM- -..cimLsMoaornu..Mb8phahbY,9k.si. .....-iIIIooI
a tax deed. to. he issued thereon. -' Week ea press.. II e. .hue d s &
4 ue .
cCOSt.41GYSS 'Tha certificate Service. Wedne awp' M IfdItr a art d ab ail .. 1
I 1 and year of Imuance !ntrmbera the de- day 7:30.: -Rev. Glenn law-. .some V w....... otk..M buY.w Itr will Irrlall.. ",psi.*.......... J'iill!"
ncrlptlon. of the property and hon pastor. to.a selttb. pow"'" d.....-ikuM weal Its. Gent IN /Id.tats. .. it ft* mtOmt.. :
:: I tlion wo .the_names In which It wa* aaCertrflcate -, ", If....... ilia.... .... _. __ ........ ........... -' is,
rM .;, thought "R."" 81'8 .a.No.follow.188. :Year of FIRST METHODIST CHURCH .Mae k M teem ewe-I.Mi fti*Mk.ee .mm'i W.:MM. ::;|.-da9W7. '; Y'Q-I:! rp' ,
lamanca 19(6. Mb. ..tU hwrilal.iMfa MI .. "'
STARKE L- esit d$4.. .... : 4Ql nit
Deacrlptlon ,
.. of Property CT)M I ,
wi.t ,
on W Side. of RT R/W .on SEC: CoIo! J f.l j
Line A Run N on R/W 70 Sunday Church School
TSIT>. W *5 YDfI. 8 70 YDS TO 0:45: : a.m.; !Morning
SEC Lmn then TO to BEG \% 11 Worship,
A In /HRH: of BWU SEC: 85- a.m.; Snack supper for Thw
r ,Rr t Jl, T7HUE Name in which assessed. A ings MY?, 7 6:30: p.m.; MYF meet i Published in the Interest of a Better Con fonity: by the Follow-

b.ay i H.Ina\;; Kelsey.f. .eld l l Property being 8 p.m.MondayMeng p.m.. ; Evening Worship I J!. -* r.tj f'lf.' : a Llg Civic-MInaed Business Firms ,il'1'd''I11f, .ab',: **
Uto.f .
; -'
So-rTcfi: >>rf"d.! Club' meets
Unl I... such certiflefe"br 1'7' yFAULKNER
certificate shall b* redeemed. e-ftSr.; 7,_l\YF Sub-District C57ARKE c

.. described according In to.such laiv oertl the float property or .WednesdayiJoi..i.i; .y...... SINCLAIR SERVICE Edward Grocery & .., BUILDERS
certificate will be sold to She. Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. I
highest bidder at the court Thursday UiAUL. SUPPLIES, Inc.
Chancel .
house door. on the first Monday< Choir 'RENTALS; \ Mkt. J.
In month of October, 1987 Rehearsal, 7:30: p.m. Truck Trailer ,
which I Is the 2nd day of Octo- o a*.ri a Meats\ yeeMrlag Ac HardwarePate
ber. im. -Feed* Supplies
u...Dated. 1967.this 28th day of Auw- STARKE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Complete Lubrication _G.. .. ail i tf... / Complete-S Sporting Goode

(SEAL) Minor Tune-npa Ph. 964-5312. Slarke /* -
Charles JL. Darby Sunday Sunday School, Fins;; vrcirapK wren rs FIB.9r'St
Clerk' 9:45: a. m. Morning 709 S. Walnut
Circuit Court of Worship Ph. 364-5899 Sts. M4-8370:
... Bradford County, Florida at 11, "Repent or Perish" ..' 9pArghlsgtoa,
By Baulah. < .
M. Moody D C. f "
n Training Union e1 ---
9/7 tt 9/28 6:15.: Even-
.. ing Worship 7:30: "saved DOYLE CONNER ,ti X 'Law 'Meat Market ,

la Circuit KrOTTCB, TO C..DIIFJiI"ID r llradf.r< and Sanctified." Insurance Agency OF STARKE, INC. J AND COLD STORAGE

Con. y, FlorMav. !. <-.......,.. Monday OA meeting, /
I IHKNF3 MOODY Plaintiff T.. 3:30: ; RA meeting. 6:30.: S-A-V-E UJ3. 301 NORTH We Special! At Caner. S ngh I.

O ..t..uM.NlYI'TCIU FREDDIE. LEE blOODY D- Youth Choir Practice 7. Cottage Your Mutual Ph. tag Cutting A WrapplarWith .. t
' :. TO APPEAR Prayer Meeting at 'Met- Stark, Fla.Sinclair Prepared For Deep Fled*

.. $9erything !**. better on Color TV "M g\a !:"- C.'lor TV, Radio end' Tar Addr Freddie.*. Unknown Lea Moody fan Tuesday Road Chapel. 7:30.: 222 N. Temple Ph. 964.7369 I"II0NJll 864-7009

.. ...footbail.: .<;World Sericabaseball. You are hereby netlfled thata Primary Choir Refining( Co. _
& r o fli-Ft Mov your o'U' TV r-t to ..au.lt for "o"';. !haa been. and Junior Choir 3:13.
: comedy und dromn ..xLrl1Y'aganzu i10dltlg'TOombrdroomaeon: ( filed against you In the.abovtnamea bMUNe. 35A: Cln1A! :".._Sun-.In.... Starke "66" Service W. L. Themes, Distributor DeWITT C. JONI!
court; ann
r; ar.d tpectai.ulara: : Now> nil Uiew in bril3a' oani an*
the narvclous
( : election at
at 7 JO h
new you are required to larva : : Brownlee. -i GAMLlV'EIIKEROSENE!
-: liant, lifelike color. Uv it up ills tho low prices: at your d.nlur.THEP6'9 I copy'log to of the your complaint anwr or an plead' tt Mrs. W. A. Hogan; Ethel BILL EDWARDS Fuel 00 and Giwuc FUNERAL HOME!

I w : Plaintiffs Attorney Hon. Geer.a. : Biggs, home of Mrs.' M. A. Brake Service StarkePh.. 96462Keystone
,. M. P+ Balance Ph. B64-A346
*raa 4OI-4M M Payne: Lottie Moon\ at the
pie' Avenue and file the orig' church./ and Alignment t Helghta
inal In the ..o-fflo of the Clerk : Cottage Prayer MeetIngs ,
,.. NO MATCH FOR of the Circuit Court on or b*. at the homes of John,C. 612 N. -, Bradford County Ph. 473-3178
o FLAM6LES8 ELECTRIC... I for the 2nd day of October Greene and S. L. Peek I Temple- Ph. 964-7231
9 1987 ; oothe_". 4b. aillavatloa jr.
i elmmn br aic vun rM pl.F199I9A TELEGRAPH
y of paid Wednesday
Complaint -Prayer
M will be taken Meeting -
.. ,. aa eonfeaaed by you. 7::30. Cnurdj Choir Practice Charley E. Johns
Thl' notice ihall b* published ''
7' I ) P.O.WER & LIGHT I !:0H'APIY: once each wk for fourc&n.e"lJ'tlve 8:15.: TYPEWRITERS Hurst Shell 'Set
.. Agency New
HELPING BUILD FLORIDA ford County .k.'II. the Bra Thursday Visitation. 10 & Used
Dated this 8th Telegraph.day of September a. m. end; 7 p. m. Rport at 131 .. Walnut Ph. 904-0070 FOR SALE Oft RENT CARL HURS7Hwy.
1967. this time for
visitation GENERAL
assignments INSUBANCOB

Clerk CHALE3 ot the A Circuit DARBT Court., A.of Hogan prospects.W. pastor.. I H ftod7 Bat Nobody 11.JeneOtl[ ADDING MACHINES\ 301 a 100 Ph.,, I I

.. I1 4ti* C4wley B. John Ar e'eT Phone 964-6305: .*. a. Watant, eta. I




I --- __ H_"_ '. _': "_'__ L _

J\V'. !SETT It, 1907 .
.. -

gee Johns was released! from spent some time In Georgia Yellowstone National Park: in relatives. 'wn.w..W..Y.yryv. I Roberta. Crews last week. -

St. Vincent's Hospital after Mrs. Mary Watberson and Wyoming and many other OPEN:: ;HOUSE I|' Sympathy, is extended to I Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Patch tfj1i-..

HAMPTON' treatment for a kidney -ail Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Wat- points, of Interest.On the Aunt Maggie! Johniin observed LAWTEY the family of Jack ,Crawford spent Sunday with hi3 aunt I i; 'Vlneetn:

ment. terson and daughters of way back they stopped in ,, her 031'd b.rthdny; In hit recent death.Mrs. Mae W. .P. Smith and two M".....norlmw

By Jo Ann Hicks Several In town are suffer Starlce! visited Mrs. Myrtle Alabama to visit relatives 'for Saturday' Sept. 0. An Informal : L. .Hlnote of MiamiIs I other aunts Mis.; Beulah I ,- .aaMi'a..M.;...':":,'po ...... .....
ing from broken bones. P. H. Watterson and other friends several days.CITIZENS \ open house was jed! In lay Cnia Blanrhard visiting her sister Mrsl| Q. Revels and Mrs. Eva Lanier', ..-l; "" ._,..,...
1111..11. . Lott fell from a ladder;! at and relatives In .North Car SEEK her honor on Sunday afternoon J. Phillips They visited Mr. I who were visiting item =:
". ...............A A44..A. .. A... .. -
I FROM LAST WEEK work and 'received a "broketa. olina. CLEANER TOWN at the home of her and .Mrs. Leslie Phillips and I
NEWlUtRIVL arm and Mis. Ruth Dyal fell Rudolph Hackbarth suffered The City Council met SeP- brother and sister-in-law. Revival services wUl be at uns in, Jacksonville en Sun- ,Better Homes Furniture Co.

Mr \'lanj Mrs. David Allen while at Crystal Lake and a mils:!! heart 'attack and tember 5wlUi all member Mr. and ,Mrs. Dan Johnson i First Baptist Church! on Monday day. \ ClamtlOea ....4 m line 1:1.1to!: I 1200 S. Edgewood Are

tot Washington, D. C. broke 'her foot. was taken to Bradford County present! except Leaiton For- with whom she now ,resides. Sept. 23 and continue ROY. Milton Dukes, former OKAPB brine ru_ JjcksMmvlller Florida 33209
announce '
the birth of a daughter 'Mr. ,and Mrs. J. W. Home Hospital syth, who resigned last Paring: the afternoon approximately through Saturday Sept. 30 pastor of Worth Side Baptist
Andrea took 'Mr. 'and Mrs. J. -B'ForI 'Mrs. Paul 'Babyar rttendedthe month. 40 friend. -and The speaker will be Rev. J. Church, was Saturday over-,'

] 1. Gayle The on jII.temalrandpU'ents September -I syth ..to Highland City for a funeral of Mr. Bdbyur'I After taking care of old relatives dropped in to wish O. McLeod pastor of Collins night guest of Mr. and M1'8"I',' Come Where The Action Is .

1 Mr. and week's vacation wtth, -Mr. and .father in Chicago. business the Council gave attention her a happy birthday. Cake Road Baptist Church, JAck- Oisle. Norman. ,
I Mrs. Henry Hlnson. Mrs. Leabton Forsytn and Ronnie Dyal and Tony! to approximately 15 and punch: were served by sonville. Everyone (is .invitedto Mrs. Oscar Carter in1, Mrs. "

| PERSONALS family. Herman are 'attending St.' visitors Their spear K. B. her nieces, Mrs. Frand Wil- attend. Beulah Norman were visiting, BOBBY'S HIDEAWAYWALDO
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Howard( Mr. and Mrs. Y. u Kir- 'Johns Jr. College In Falatka. Watterson submitted a petition lliuiis of Gainesville! Mrs. ,CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mrs Pearl Gordon In Lake .
chalne have' moved to Starke. this "year.Mr. :"containing 50 algnatures James. Broome of Gainesville Grace Methodist- Sunday Butler Friday afternoon. LIqUORS-
daughter of Jacksonville
I Mr and Mrs. W. D. Carter and Mrs\! Walter- Rho-I primarily concerned with and Mrs. Arnold Hai-:' School 0:43: a. m.. Worship Colson Smith of Jacksonville
visiting Mr arv.ttlrs.
IE.were Adkins on Labor Cay. J.I I arts Mr. 'and Mrs. -AH'"Perryspent den and' faintly 'and' Edward' beautifying .the city by chopping dock of Hampton. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. MYF, spent Sunday with the Car- Music by "The Poor Souls"

Charles Johns, -son of Pled I a week camping In the Saxon were in Atlanta re- all weeds along the Wo wish, 'Aunt Maggie Wednesday, 8 p. m tel'S.We Wed. Fri. & Sat. Nights
-fltnokey! Mountains and also cently. ditches .and more extensive: many m''ve Happy ..Birthday:' First Baptist Sunday are pleased to note

--- ., Mrs. Grace Beal of Bahama mowing. Other complaints PERSONALSMr. School 10 a m.. Worship 11 that Mr. and Mrs Arthur ,GO-GO CONTEST
Wants:! was visiting her parents aired were noisy motor scoot- : end Mi-s. B. W. Roark. a. m. and! 8 p. m., Training preen brought thei: small Nights
.GLASS That's ''Our Business : : >over the Labor Day ers.'horses. In town and a Ruth 'ani: Miss Janice.. Hol- Union 7 p. m. Midweek ser- daughter Tracy Lynn home Wednesday

f weekend. general lack of law enforce- liagsworth of Starke spent vices Wednesday 8 p. m. ,from the hospital in Satur,, 11 Discount Prices on Package Goods
I Mr."and Mrs 'Tom Pala- ment. Citizens living on from -Iliursdav to Saturday Youth meeting Saturday 7 to day. She has,spent her life so ;
.CALL, :WRITE or VISIT dlno and Tommy recently Durden Road asked' the council with Denis t Buddy] Roark. 10 p. m. All teen: :tigers In far in the hospital until now.
FOR ANY 'GLASS: NEED r visited their daughter Laurie 'for "llineroclt 'for leveling who is serving in the Marinesat vited. Friendaale hoping and prayng P One Mile North of Waldo, U. S. 301

I In Tallahassee. While and filing holes 'Council Parris .Island, S. C. He la Church of Ood- Sunday that she will continue to|

We Design Modern Store, Fronts there they celebrated her 7th. okayed the dumping; of 'one to be shipped soon to Camp School 10 ''a. m.. Worship 11 improve. I
a I birthday. load for use on the 'road.'Mr. I -JeuiiAi, N. C. -or farther a. m. and 7:30: p. ci. YPE John Tye has retained to

'' Just. Mail' -V ,vtls", A Pattern. 'For >. Mr.: and Mrs. Tracy Kinsey .Green ant Mr. Johns offered training for four weeks and Wednesday 7:30: p.. m. Pray.l'meetlng Southern.College In Lakeland, GET CASH
.Table'Tops'. ''' and family of Hollywood>> 'to spread dirt and Hmerock then 'will be home on fur- Friday 7:30 ,p. m. ,where he attended last year.' I
I 't'c spent the Labor Day week- to Improve this street.'Council !lough. Highland Baptist Sunday Mrs. Quincy Cruce slid:!

end 'with Mr. and. Mrs. R. Jl) advised committees +''of Mrs. Juanita ,Hlnaon spent School 0:43: a. m., ,Worship children spent the weekend, I IMMEDIATELY .
SHEA'S GLASS .CO." Williams. other' streets to be improvedas the weekend ''In: ,Waililnxton'withMr 11 a. m. ands 7:30: p. m. with Mrs. Gertie Faye Cruce

c, 1 a : Mr'and Mrs. Joel Smith soon as fill Is delivered': J JMl' and Mrs., Du-iji Allen Choir practice 6:30: p. tn In Gainesville.
lflt's Glass We Have
; and children! of Jacksonville : Klrchaine guUnltted and her new granldauglit : Prayer meeting WeJresday Visiting Mr. and MM T. -V.
1313,N.W4th i PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR24333STALUXG'S Adkins II his. ''resignation as 'marshalldue 7:30: ,m.FI'lends .
visited the J. G. ''re- p. Duck and family on Sunday Dr>
I cently, and Mr. 'and Mrs. Calvin rto ''his moving to Starke. Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Wat of Troy Bennett were their son-in-law and > $25 TO $600

Richard and 'daughter: ,Council voted to meet at terson were in. aajiesvUle will be grieved to learn of daughter Mr. and Ml' D. E.

spent Labor Day with them.Donald 7:30: p." m. 'starting w.tti the Monday his death in a Jacksonville Nolan and children of Jack-

I Blade who is/ working !I Ott. 3rd
in Massachusetts, spent I Council President D. E. daughter Savannah spent Sympathy is extended to his Mrs. Bill Prcvntt end ..
.; / CORNER the weekend with his familY !lilt wishes to express !Ms appreciation the weekend :with John Parker. family. Susan Heath of Newport to those who visited Dimple remained for the
I ''Mr. and Mrs Richari Bennett Hialeah were visiting her
I N. H.. Mrs. Rosle Iiigetoth the council i and rhowext rest' of the week. non-lu-Jaw and daughter ulster-ln-lnw Mrs. Peal I Star- Too many bill to pay:?
and BUI Heath of Orlando their Interest in a better, Mr. and Mai,tR. H. -Parker -
LOUNGEYour Mr. and Mrs. Sonny O'- ,ling and family during tha
OASIS were weekend visitors with'Mrs. leaner! community. spnt Sunday with Mr. and Nell of Daytona were visiting ,week. |
I '!'Mrs. Jim Baker ,and familyIn DO YOU NEED :
l Lillian Ingeiilath.r dine: }Manlra- Brannen j Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Smith Reddish'
Mr. end Mrs. B B.
.CLOSEST Sppt,For Recent visitors Iat the D. 'Funeral services" fir -lrs. Orlando. the first part of last week.Othel' vUI1 relatives' in Maeclennyion :

LIQUOR WINES -.: BEER I W 'Swindell home were Mrs: Brannenwere 'held Monday Mrs. Ethel Tidwell spent, visitors were Mr.and Sunday. EXTRA CASH NOW?
l last week withMr.. and Mrs.
Princes-Vimbarly. Daytona at ::2' p. m. in the Memorial Mrs Wayne Goodwin of 4
9 A.M.,12\ rrIVt. l : and M's. J. D. Chapel of Seashole 'Funeral Clyde .Ralunes in Staike. Walterboro. S. C. Miss Elizabeth Terry spent]
Open t of Gainesville J. B. ,Previbtt spent several! the first part of last week LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR :
j i for the week Earl Wlmberly Parlors with Rev. Tavern Guests of the W. F. Moore .
I days in the Alachua General With nor aster Mrs. C. E.
9 A.M. 2 (
Friday .and Saturday .ArM of the Southslde
"Peyton of Keystone Heldhts. Hospital In Oalnesvlllo for family last week wera her ;,Strickland In Gainesville. II | MONEY PROBLEMS :

SPECIAL, DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTUS Mr. and'Mrs.. George iWlI- Christian Church officiating. !treatment this week. (Mister and brother-in-law, 'I Saturday supper guests ofMr. .
i hams and Mrs. Jessie Durban She) was 'born in .lIamp on \fl.. and Mrs. Cecil Wade and .
OR QUARTS ,of Lawteypent' two1weelw' i ''and moved to Jacksonville.in liams Mr..and and Irs.-.Oooffte Mr. and Mrs Wil Jeff sons of Tampa and Mr.Mool'e' 'were. and his Mrs.sister Bill and "I'othel'-I Oootebv I We Are Trained To Help! :

visiting In the western states 1992. She was a retired sister Mrs. C. Y.
Baker.and family were sightseeing In-law Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
,8 Mi. South of Starke on U. S. 301 "Theyvisited the Petrified school teacher and realtor. at Honut&a&sa .Springeson Mayo of Tampa is visiting .Foreacker of Brycevllle Town finance Co. :
Forest. Painted Desert and She was (survived i by two f them this week Sell-
Grand I Canyon In Arizona. daughters and several other Sunday.Mr. Mr and Mrs. Charlie .

'- --' --',,:-,- -._F-..:-". -'--. T ..".,.,.----:__ ___ :. I nar and. and family Mrs. ot Milton Gainesville Mls- land Mrs.ill Pearl spending Booker some of ,time De- ers ors of of Auburn Mr. and'ale Mrs were V1Slt-j( 226 N. Temple Ph. 96L7449 :.
were visiting John with her sister Mr George .
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DIRECTORY Parker Mrs on Barbara Sunday.. Pearson and I :
AREA : I 'family several of St.days-Petersburgapent last week ..

with Mr. and Mrs. ]M. M,

M. Matchett.. While here they

CO SALVAGEr Farm and..IndustrialEquipment LADIES WEAR Office Hancock Equipment OfficeEquipment .birthday celebrated Mrs. Mary' Klraberly's Watterion fourth has,I OWN YOUR OWN: I'

[BRASINGTON3ILLA ,C.herry:!'_sGainesville's : ,been last on week tho and sick we list are.glad for the I ..

MOBILEInc. Santa Fe Tractor, Moit.Fashionabla 8mlth.CoronaAuiiortzed! that she is improving.Appreciation. .
7 A <1T.s.,For Ladie.IRICSSF.88U1TIIVOATS.

SALES & SERVICE. F Inc.0 .RJ) MATERNITY> WEARACCESSORIES! ; Adding Clary Jktnohlnes. Victor Pealer-,.,TfttnJIla O&culatoreSALESSERVICE.RENTALS i i I

ne Selection of Unmi'Car* % AUTO STORE
7 W. University! Gainesville WESTERN
Taken On Cadillac Trades Farm Tractors' & Implements -
Ford Industrial Equipment!: SAVE'TIMK Discs 7- '
,,2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 ,USED EQUIPMENT
I requirements with n* flrct. mnfjf frfr f
PICK UP i DEtlVEKT! Phone -878-855
4483 N.VV. Sixth Gainesville & L Men's Shop I

4 Phone ,370.2548 ICE CREAM Western Auto Co.
Florshelm Shoes ( Supply foremost

!: ; Liddell Paint & '$1.19 NOW .79C' I leader in the retail business is
Authorized Sales A,.Service r r. Ladle .Sports Wear now engaged -
Johnson & Faris Inc. Glass
Arrow Dress Shirt I

06 E. rhone University.' 372-4281 GI\lnuvloll. Complete Line of 1.1 W. University, GitlneTflle" :KTANIZK 'PAINTS I IOIalM HAMPTON.SUPERETTE in the exploration of new developing :

H.F.JS-MANT: -Mlrron 1I1I1IIn_ Door- .
Crane's ImportsVolvo .uaectl..IPet. 1'Iuppl'FEUTlLlZERS' '- -. .. EnclMilres-Shower Door
"' MOBILE HOMES: '1Wlnddw.AwningCarpetWallpaper.Rterefroat > I GROCERY markets for expansion of its
(Mel'Cfld.-Beu) .BY POST OFFICE ;
'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'I Consultation' J'

FLtT. -uIILMAN. ;324 N.W. '8th Ave. MUSTANG ,I 116 'N."'. Sixteenth i 8t.OiUNESVJLLm Ill Thi Corsey, ',h.d".'. 'Cost., Associate 'Stores. \We seeking qualified :

[>201 ,,'N. Main Qalnesvllle PHONE S7S-O47 373.1191e lesdl.rd ,AJ,-.,.y., e'F' .arl.ta I I'' ;are
in Rx;
Phone S72-43731" 'aaln.. Fla. or Martha Allen Dll"'
rvllle. K-latB
I Mohile Homes, lace1ltbleevne' .... '
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J" 'HEWJNf.:( MACHINS: "rNoTirw: en'isMToRS: applicants for ownership of stores in this
DIArouot Mobile* I, r Alliredltors r-f the' i'mute, nf> ,
: decvaBOd, are beroh7'1'
Purchase diooUht! ton. >satire National Sewing notified. and ren'flr to ''fit'' and other of Florida.Minimum
chain.iruaranteehug| savings. .. -.. i any tlnlnm' op rt"m.ncU, whichthat' areas .
.. ,
'II .4"-- '
I may )pave 811'.ln.1 .. "
> Machine Co. Inc.I o..tmt (In flu. office or the .. kd '
t .e .
I NEW MOON CAPEIXA I Couoljr. Judirv of, Bradford', .. ...:/,
PACEMAKER .'I-.rhl.... In tha Court ,
County < .., ,
Beauty Academy GLASS CO., INC. New fTi>nrie, PYaff NeJco, Ffauiin nt Htnrko, Klorld.i" wltli- lO I
Used Mobile ,Homes Low Universal Sewing Machines In nix ttltndur : '''Ia19 V
[tf the flretpubllcsv: | | ""i
Sale A Servlo
., Priced. With approved credit *
KVEBYTH1NO. IN GLASS" tlon or thin I notice Ewholshn : .
sr. 'I'Jn.1I'uU Part Time '-UnitS .. : i : V.
f low'a* $100 down Nearly New monthly ord tn n l -must tut in .wrllliitCr, .
; 4UMJmn, .t state I
Store Fronts Mlrron With a ropy '
lTEVRNtNO, | CLASSESLow NW.18t1 ,St. 441 forthCMnmvllIe 'Budget Terms Avanable Uiii "pluno "" and
Windows :
Sliding Clue 4820 { pottt-rrrric*or.rt;:.))0i: of the i
Tuition Term Doots Tub- 'Enclosures. 1'J1J..1s.&eCALL 611 'tJDlTernlty.: OalneiTUte claimantand must bo mvor
319 r;.W. 10th Ave. COLLECT 878-1899 t or to bv his the attorney claimant or It hie will utfnt bu.come .
3038 N. F: Waldo ILL ;
OaJne. vlll 378-8764: void aorordlnir. to law Invesfmenf.$15000.00
listed this 2
Oalnenvtna<< 373-2084
ant, A. D. 197. .
TILES & PAINT Albert A. ir.iAn I I
CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST r MOVERS( An Admlnlitraror! or the RutnK:
of Murrha! Alloo I'lllitrd ll.>"n,
University Glass FLTNTKOTBTILEVinylVinyl d"O"Re.d. _._ - -
'/7 4tW
r-------- I
THAT ALL YOUR .. .Asbesto Asphalt I ,
& Glazing Co., Inc. long. Moving' Floor Finishing' ,ProductsCARPET .ti.. Of An.'........ Of Ta>

CONCRETE. PBODUCTS Local ray&J'eStorace 11- NAME\ ...;.. ... ;
: 'I I
...- Peeking prating. It.... t.I..... P* .H.Koklf'n I --- -------------------:-- ----- -----------------

ARE TUB'BEST! FROM MIRRORS Shipping In ,.hereby. irlvnn that. : ,.
WALLPAPERTenneyTile IIr. T. J. Alderman. H>n hol'lorof
FREE BSTDLVTE3 CULL tie following wrtltlastea. I I.I
Edward's Building has ril..d Mild ,crtlflciiti fora I ADDRESS ----------____-_____ _.....________..__------ I. eI
.[ : ,Tub Enclosure Shower HILL'S MOVING ,& ,Paint tax 'daed to he I..aued. thir... eI
Door Store Front on. Tile urtifloat numbers
:Supply. Inc. and y..ar. of LWance.the. d..- I : I r
&. Storage, Inc. 2223 N.W. 6th St.Gainesville Hcrlptlon of the< property and
1319 S. Main OalneaviU
The MiUn. S72-4844 378-1303 th. ju.ma...ln wltlvh 'It was aaawned .. Interested In This Area FI, I
S76-0051 ..
.334O: NJI. Waldo Rd. U.rUCker.are Noi.follows.: Y.-T Of I I'I'I I'n
.OAINESVtLUS, .FLA. Gainesville 873-4271 Iwiuanca. 11)1Uoiurlpton) e
TRAVEL of Prop.rtr Tx>tn .
IRON ORNAMENTALS : 10, 11. la In P..t..II1.. SEC OS, I I II
T-S-H. B'11-U!: (1a ,tore.) i
ELECTRIC lOTORSrELECTRIC MUSIC Nam .In which anauedScott '

House of Travel, All of strunir said JC property t. balnir In ,i' I Interested }In Other Area :,"" ; I ," "' 1 ;;

Ornamental Iron the county of Ilradford,. HUt: .

(. S Steel Stair.Fabrication* Lipham Music Co. INC. of Florida.auah cartlflcat or<''I II'nUaa I .,. 'I, :
,''artltl"a. shall b.. r.deem. duuonllac < : ,

Motor Repair Co. ,& Erection ot GaineevUle Shopping! Ctr. AIRLINES! dworib.d l In to auch lair the cvrtlflvat,i>ryportyl '
Light Structural Steel 371-0333 or nertltlcstes.wlll ba sold to I VAN D. HIPP I L LI :
Of Oatanrrlllet In*. Miscellaneous Iron 110 N. W. 10th AvenueAuthorized R.R. tha hltfhot. .blddr at the court
h"' door on 'the firm Monday
Repairing:-Rewinding Hotel.I Cw Rental! In month fit October, 1Q67, P. O. BOX 2736 I II I.
I I'
New and Used Steel Products Co. No Charge For Oar Servto which. ,I" the 2nd. day of Octo
ber. 1167.1 .. .. ..
Baldwin Pianos 3k Organs Weekday. 8:80: &0'5:00 Dated this J3th day of Augn -. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDATnt'1t '

s.VORK _OCARAMTEXD M ..wB......,O.l htNftIIe _.-Guitar .GUwco .. floya. Sat. .9 to 12. .t. un.dfJ..L i I "I'
Drum Ludwig Slinoerland' 3415 W. Untvanlty live. ( Cl,) rle. A. Darby. - - - -

Phone 372-8313 I I"C. 372-S381 Feuder Standard Amplifier Galnesnilo 878-1601 Clerk ..fCircuit Court or
.Mr dt pr. '
j: 5friMortS7vl'o.'f-? :
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I last day nlgltt. you for tint 'fIeliur| ilcmiiiiiluil. In It enti. ford. .. t t ..'a ru h h. ('lerk of the Circuit Court RALPH' U. THOMASAttorney :'!
About 00 people enjoyed this Rosier ucvcrul days Cwrdered Plaintiff
Ihn unmiJlHlnf" .' I t.me l at xtnrke, Bradford County Flotilla.ny for
\ occasion with the honor i week. Mr. and Mrs. Don Alvarez; Colored Citizens Title null,'r shall b" published I Florida. thin. m day of l'I..p-I Unulah M. Moody 671 KliiRHlov Avenue
; guests. Miss Gloria Dean Wilkinson and Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh once. ti week. for four ((4roinHMiitlm > t"mbir, Iitl7! Deputy Clerk Orange. .Hark, Florida 52079lASPECA
ui-eks In the ( (TABLES Ralph TA Thomas
Mrs. Edna Cason and Mrs of Pensacola is visiting Dennison recently returned News

Ruby Hobbs of Jacksonville her parents. Rev. and Mrs. from Chicago! Ill where they

Mr*. Earl Dobbs vlsltej; Mrs Susie Dobbs M. W. Wilkinson. several visited1; Men-yland Behumi i

> Phone 480-2001 Thursday afternoon. days tills week.O. and family and, Mr. Denni- = ...-..

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dobbs I D. Dobbs returned Sat son's brother. ,

Members of the First Baptist and family of PaJatka were urday after visiting his son- Danny Bennett and Mike
Church honored:! their Sunday night supper guestsof in-law andi daughter. Mr. Sapp left Tuesday after several -i I i

p $tOr. Re
Ms-wife on their 10th wed.nnJveraary family in Pennsylvania. He was met families the John lIennetts' I PH'C6.

41114 -. with a fam- Mrs. Jack Cason of Or- In Jacksonville by his son of the State Farm and th< -' ,

Uy night supper.nd pre- mond Beach visited her par- Marjell Dobbs. and family of Herman Saoos of RaIford. f

f 4,jnted them wLt.hL: gut.DeVVitt ents. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore week Madison with and him.thep spit. the FOREST EMPLOYEES'SERVICE SUPPERThe ( $$ 'I' NYLON P L 6"SEA.SdY /NS1'UECLOSUR

1 Mrs Orrln Reddish Jr visited Florida Forest l el'VIceof -

:. C. Jones Funeral Home her sister Mrs. A. B Union and Bradford Coun- i
... Whltehead In W.adford ties enjoyed a grilled steak t

County Hospital Monday supper at headquarters> on

: STARKE PHONE 964-6200 night !State Road 100 list Saturday'

Mrs. Robert night.
Mr. and .'
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176 Faulkner of JacksonvU'e' vis- Among those enjoying title/ --r

ited Rubye Yarbrousli and occasion were the fo'lowlng. ..
Rental Services Mr. and Mrs. !tarol:!' Yar- together with their children;: ,. N MDlP

brouslh and family Saturday County Ranger and Mrs. J.I,I \ ,' l + .. I MeSS''I \
HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Starling C. (Jake] Prevatt. Jr.. Mr.:f.t: :" \
; '
of Sanderson vllsted Mr. and Mrs. Dale Myer Mr. and) .. : ': C.ttVrN-UP' 111 \V:
CRUTCHES 'f .. ... \
and Mrs. Earl Dobbs and Mrs A. M. Jones M:. and :. '. /. "" > t I .. \"
I family last Friday afternoon. Mrs Wayne Hall Mr. and I ; .' f *
: Mr. and Mrs. Dock Addison Mrs. Jack Pierce all of ". ,, 't ,.". ", 1 .
I \
guests their Starke: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin '\ \
had as Sunday
I ..
sons. Ernest and Edward Addison Moore of Interlachen; Mr, . ii'''I,"f;!:;..'.,..,.,.',''..,....,.., ....1 \ 5

This pleasure trip will do you good! Mr., of and Camilla Mrs. Oa.Randolph Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Billy Dewey Norman:Boon and of I IN Tin SERVICE'M" ,I A 4 I \

Bryant and family of Lake Lawtey; Mr. and Mrs. Fate Staff 8gt' Robert Dlgge. \A\ \\

Butler visited Mr. and Mrs. Crlbb of Lake Butle.Mr.; son of 'Mr. and Mrs. John / '

Oeorge Dyal and family and and Mrs. Lynn McRa-l anderr Dlggs Sr... has been stationed

f.o"1A"J Mr. and Mrs. Dock: Addison .end Mrs. Earl Dobbs of with the armed forces in Ger- ..

Sunday n'ternoon! Ratford1.!' many for four" years. He reports _

Mrs. Emaline Dockery of Ws enjoyed the supper doing: welt In his career

\ Oreen Cove Springs visited very much and the wonderful and would appreciate hearing ..

,, '\. her aunt Mrs. Susan Dobbs. fellowship even more. from old friend WEST

and her sister Mrs. Orrin Somehow< It' drew all of asflcser SCHOOL MEWS'Parents 1 _
RESORT Reddish and family last together and gave ui are asked to please

xa .. Friday. a better understanding cooperate with the schools by '

Mrs. Gloria Dean Wilkinson each others pleasures and paying: the registration' fee of ; OVER

All IS BUT OF ALL IN THE SMOKIESI Enjoy the peoc. of Pcnsacola and Miss problem I'm sure we wffl $5 for elementary school and r cash & carryMATERIALS ( / ,

and quiet of the mountains-a riot of colors in autumn Joann Wilkinson visited their be able to continue In our $'7 for high school.
crisp cool days ,.refreshing, restful hights.. wonderful sister Mrs. Mlachel Dobbs, work together as a result of CHITKCH NEWS!'! I i L i. **-

food. Come back feeling fresh e.a. breeze. If you like an-1 family Sunday after- this occasion. MOUNT PISCJAH AME I BUILDINGG.; f .. >

activity' there's square dancing, horseback riding, craft noon. Church, Rev. George E. Young ITEMS TO SELECT y

making, wilderness pack trips, bear and boar hunts, boatIng Friends of Harold Yar- pastor. Sunday School 10 a.m. I FROM '

,"fishing-lots morel Furnished cottages, lottae. Rates brough will regret to learn !.. The fin-alt Court Of with Mrs. Anna Wright In l ) S' t
lower after September 15-lew crowded.)r mentation tint he Is 111 In Klnj Memorial Florida KlEhth. JuillrUIrirrnlt. charge. Morning Worship at
In Ami Fur BradfordCounty. ddsflBDeoteife
fliont. 498-2211. Hospital In Lake Butler. 11. Evening Service 6 p.m. *WE'VEBEENINTHE '
Earl Dobbs and Don New FRANK THOMA9!' P''TERXONPlMlntir Visitor always welcome..
mans attended tha HorseShow Defendant.TO NEW BETHEL Baptist

Sunday School 10 a.m. with ONE COAT LATEX FLAT j

c/o 8402 Larry Emra Lambert Av.. Anthony 'DeSiie in charge. 75 YEARS! ,,,
r- Rockford Illlnol 81111 Morning Worship at 11. A
YOU ARE HERBBY NOTI- business meeting will be held f

I DIRECTORY KIED hn. I b...that n riled n milt aitilnnt for you divorce a* Immediately after the morning Vecuclte I _
( $ Defendant by Frank Thomas service. All members are asked
P..t..rao". un Plaintiff In the nAN T[
above styled Court .und ('Case. to be present and on time. TOOOVI5IMQer0005f'
and you are required to file FIRST BORN Church of PAINT
your Aelvn or Annwwr to the the Living God Elder F. How-I yr

APPLIANCES, VIOBILE HOMES-USE! PIIERBARNETT'S Complaint vltli the Clerk a* r>filed f the therein Circuit ard pastor. Sunday School

1 Court In and far Bradford: 10:30: a.m. Morning Worship. ,
(1 Appliance: Color TV l ''iMintv. Cu..l'th.tlt..rk.. .,
service 3
Florida and ..erv. a cop 11:30.: Afternoon INTERIOR EXTERIOR
e> Stereo Magnavox 'thereof upon anld Plaintiff' p.m. The Five Blind Boys of or
Zenith,,::,Motorola I. & J. Swap ShopUSED attorney. Barton T. UouirlalS ", Alabama will be appearing in
43n.ral Electric Y Commercial and Portrait North Main Street P. O.
recital Service
Flor a Evening
Drawer 1128. dalneiville
Yoy',pet. A;; Mood,.Deal AtI -:, .. TRAILERS. Photography itla, on e-r before the 9th df* 7:30.: Public invited Zepha-, LATEX HOUSE PAINT
1947 and If you
Frames & Custom Framing of Ortoher, :
Campers from 8 20' fall to do 10 a Default. Judenient nlah Lane reporter. I

1033 HlunUIng Blvd. will be taken against ANTIOCH BAPTIST'
f Mobile: Homes 32' 55:I you for the relief demanded In
O. MIUERtoTOftc Jacksonville 884-1404 the Complaint, and thereafter Church Rev. L. W. Thomas
u.w / Trades Bank Bald Cauna shall proceed KxHarte. ; paatfor. Church School at 10 29
Financing $
*14...4 err r-*M> !..M. .WiTNESS. my hand and seal will be the only service held I .d' MFRS LIST

J" cknonvllle> Hgwy. 21, Orange lark of Huld Court this B d.y orS"pt.mb..r Sunday. Mrs. Risby in charge.
PIANOSFor 1981..t slants. .
Regular services will resumeon
Tel. 2G1-6321: Florida 7 BULL
Auto Sales & Service (itAL!!: ) the 24th.BETHLEHEM. I : t
Churl. A, Darby, Clark YOU
Circuit Court Eighth Judicial Free Will f
Circuit In And for Bradford Baptist Church Rev. Louis SAVE! ,
County, FloridaBy
.w McKay pastor. Monday: night
: Beulah M. Moody
.'. The World's Finest In Deputy Clerk Choir No. 3 and Ushers since
'/1 4tJ8 7:30.1 I i q
.> 4 Wheel Drive No. 2 will rehearse at
'Bold and Serviced by oils Tuesday night Choir No. 1 I892SOLID
tls Of ApplleutloC Fur Tav
Roberts' Chevrolet 4tZ i Qt x Deed and 2 will rehearse; at 5 pm.

Green Cove Springs, 9033 MOTORCYULKS ".,. 18".111.1 F. H. Wednesday night I Prayer / BRIGHTEN

Jacksonville 2 I-HOOO Established 1048Chlckerlng MR.Notice T. J.III Hereby ALDERMAN(liven that the Meeting. Thursday Circle will \H#.
ALL, MODELS & iiuiucr of the following certlrioaten meet at the home of Mrs. Annie % and ..
Other Name Brands hue filed Bald. rertliflCUIKS Lee Lott. Friday A BARGAIN
for a tax deed to be Issued night I 4 YOUR LIFE!
.y JEEp Merchants Green Stampe PIANOS CONN ORGANS thereon. The. certificate, Prayer Band meets at 1 PAINT ROLLEROUTSTANDING, VAlUfS
number and ).,ar..r leeunre home of Mrs. Clarence Cov- ON THIS AND MANY
Vehiclesr'jeep 2d.11: Park Jaclwonvllle 884-8319 the derlptlon of. the Ington. Choir No. 1 will sell FRAME AND PAN. 'MORI STttfJM llOHr

Wagoner Station Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M. property It and was the a.neH..ed luinea are a.InW'lfh dinners from the kitchen Fri I II'" "xrui1Snumi1l /

..,Wacon. follow.: jfmwon.ilvute day night. On Sunday the) WOOD *= MODWM 8 ANTIQUE
.Jeep t'nlvermaJn I Tues., Wed., Thur., Fri. PICTURE FRAMES 1984.V..rIJtlon .No. 137. Year ofIssuance Pastor and members will forma I i ALL THIS c eaJ s

Jeep Gladiator. Trucks Open Sat. 8 A.M. 6 P.M. of Property' : Lot. motorcade at the church and!I 'F U I Ig III\\g FOR 69

Aothoriard Part Service 4 NW'Ex tilt 13 8/D RD.of N'/ii SBC.'\ of 29.NK'4 T-7-8 of go to Raiford to render services i I I ONLYIn ,

.:Approved it-22E. ((1 A..I'''.) for Rev. Singletary. J
.. 4 Wheel Drive 2 What I Closed Sunday & Monday SPILLERS'GALLERY Name In which amieaHedClemon MOUNT MORIAH Methodist. 11/16"/ or full "4'o. thick, tongue '' '
Alexander and grooved, v joint, or plckwIck
-"Prlve All of said property beingIn Rev H. P. Hudson pastor. Random /
pattern. width boards.
EDDIE BLAND the County. of Bradford Church School 10 a.m. Morn- Make your .a,icrlon from 55 of '1 CUt '
Blvd. State of Florida. Ing Worship at 11. Afternoon the {world's matt beautiful wood.. I' MFR.
Inc. Standing Unless such certificate or 1 LIST
Picture Oil
; Framing certificate shall be redeemed service, 4 p.m. Visitors always Thrill to natural wood from naturo't your (34.63enchanting
8M W- ADAMS Jacksonville 111-8244: according to law the property welcome. for.itt. Beautify your
JACKSONVILLE 854-7781 Painting Graphic Art described In such certificateor living room dining .roomr game cooling I i ..
certificate will be sold to GREATER ALLEN Chapel }
room, bedroom, kitchen d.n 1 .
Unframed picture the highest bidder at the or Sk and
AME Church Rev. L. A. office. WEST :;
: Parrish Motors court house door on the first Is th world largest Imln
USIC 1043 Park St.-In Five Points Monday In month of October. Sampson pastor. Sunday supplier of SOLID wood paneling heating
which la the 2nd day of October School 10 a-m. with Mrs. F. B. Manufactured In our own wig Jo @

: !ALES -- Jax 333-8551 Ua?,. 1187. Delestre In charge. Morning! Doraville,Go. costs .lJ)

: SERVICE Dated this 28th day of August Worship at 11. At 3 p.m. the! .
: PARTS 1967. Choir Union will be held )
: Paulus Music Co. (SEAL) ina,
Macclenny _
4 I Charles A. Darby, . \
Clerk of Court of ... ._, HMO.Ml
Circuit host -
pastor. Evening serv-
-.-'82 Years As A Dealer 9 Band & String- Instruments Bradford County Florida '. : r : ; )!
Always Good Used Cars By: Beulah )I. Moody D. C. rice: 6 p. m. Public Invited.which 10.....
,ni Laun St. JacksonvillePhone e Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers H. & N.: 9/7 4t 9Retire /> c I INSULATION2009$36.90 LIST

In the and of Oflo- -
; 358-5634 "" School Supplies-Instruction SEWING CENTER Ot Application For Tai her 19d?. day Be comforta . .

Deed (SEAL> restful . +,,,
cozy snug
BEAUTY ACADEMY .... HMJU, F. a. Ch-rl... A. Darby ,y'
> Roberts Recorders Notlc. Is Hereby Given that Cl rk of the Circuit Court of when your most important investment -
1967 Singer MR. TJ.. ALDERMAN theholder 43 .
Bradford County Florid home is 75
your ,
j Americanr Music of the following certificates By Ueulnh M. :Moody O.
Ubrary-Expert has, filed said certificate 97 U fin cooler' during summer, ,.warmer
( Hairstyling Auto Zig Zag i i Repair Department thereon. The certificatenumber during winter Big Savinpi'on @
"*"* *
i B
F 'Academy and year of I..ua !. The riroli Court Of IN 19 STATES! fuel bills, too.VAPOR *
Florida Rlmtk Jadlrlnl Court.
Like .
New no. the dftHcrlptlon of the
41 \V. Monroe St. '. .. r
:21 W. MONROLVACRBONVILLE property and the name tn I. ted l- r Bradford ('onal. BARRIER BACKING i
('so N Jlt4
which It wa. assesed are a*
33V95B1 Jacksonville 935-8441 Console: Model makes fancy designs follow.: FRANCIS It. HATHAWAY STORE HOURS: 15" WIDTH .O IIOItlUII 4
Certificate No 175 Year of
3310 Beach Blvd. stitches, monograms issuance 196S.Deacrlptton hi* wlf., Plaintiff. v. Mon.-Frl.. 7:30-5:30: : : 3" THICK $363 :
RiversideHairstyling overcasts: sews on button., of Property COM: defendant JANIE. SA'oIPSOa: :\: widow Sat., 7:30-4:00: &: ROLL $2091 Q..*..1IST I ,
at a PT on W aide of K/W on 70 SQ. H.
\ Jacksonville 308-3091 make button holes & blind N Mne of !SEC' 3 A Run H I on SUIT TO FORKCmSK ARTICLES 3330 N. WALDO RD. $61.80
stitches. No attachments R/W 95 Yda. W 35 )'d.., N 9S OF AOREEMF.NT: GAINESVILLE _
to SEC Line then R. on SEC
Academy PHONE 376-2004
Demonstrators $8or $3 per line to BUO.: SEC 2, T-8-8!, Jl- Address unknown I
2659 PARK ST. 22-EName You. JAN1H SAMPSON, art Ocala 1224 S. Orange/ Ave. NEW LIFE
mo. Call Jax 771-1850 In which asiesed A. hereby notified that a complaint -
JACKSONVILLE 380-83.17: OPTICIAN II. Kelsey. to foreclose certain 6207967Orlando 1HK"BRING OLD ROOM!
Accredited 11. & N. Hewing Ctr. All of sold property belnir In Articles of Agreement OH the ISO W. Michigan//
the County of Bradford state following described property
Qualified Ave. 241-3414 PREFINISHED
r of Florldit.. to-wit:
.M derv Styling Unlem: such certificate or Lot 46 Bl, SI, Ea.t one-half Tampa 5306 N. 58th St. e /
b I, Monthly Clajj... certificates shall be redeemed TMsof 61. East: one-halt (It) of 629-7181 PLYWOOD PANELING
10. lots 81. Woodlawn, Section
WESTERN STORE according to law the property -
( "Where tomorrow1 stylist. describe In such certificate 31, 5, S3. according to< map Jacksonville 1143 llutnenSt. t
are trained" nr certificate will be void to of Wondlawn aa mapped andplatt..d
and Shown In Public
W the highest bidder at the courthouse
I (rrS'IC'N'\l OPTICAl door on the first Monday Rerorda of Bradford County $315
ELECTRIC MOTORS Jacksonville 150 S. Edne-
co..vPrescrlpUolUt LITTLE DUDE In month of October, 19117 Florida, and Containing sixty LAUAH,
: one tractor and lawnmower
Peavy Brothers Western Store
Filled Peiuocola 100 East Blount
> now locatnd on laidpremlaftw g e Real l Hardwood 3/16"Thick
//01" t .
f- Electric Co. Broken Lenses Duplicated "Where You'll Find Everything HAMMOND has been filed against you. a 20 Selections of Pan'ling

*T:, ELECTRIC MOTORS For the Horse and you are required ro serve men MM VT IOMI tTomi out to Choose From
ORGAN STUDIO a copy of your answer' or TO 9MlflMT
Sold--Serviced; -Repaired C Artificial Eyes EnthWllast"Weatern pleading to the complaint on
:t GeneratorStarteri Clothing Leather- Factory AtthorUedfluninond the Plaintiff attorney' Ralph

rw< Alterations : C Eyewear Specialists goods Saddles and Trailers OrfaaMe ; L. Thomas, Orange; 971 Park.1ingeleyAvenue Florida SATISFACTION GUARANTEED IK ALL

"** Armature' Rewinding I 213 Laura St. Jax 356-4595 Charles .& Sharon Petty *) S rtee .11073. and file the original answer -
tears to the "* wa or pleading In the office i TMaR Mdu.5. stdnESL1'
", 4044 Lenox Ave. B02: So. Kdgewood Ave. play vy of th. Clerk of the Circuit _,. %>
.: JacIuonvUl SST-2338 10S4 Park St. Jax 854-8618 Jacksonville 3K4-1210 11* N. W. Ittb Ave.41Marv1M Co..rt..n or before the 2nd
; YAopp4aS &)ea_ day of October 1987 If you
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Velluf'' derniindod (Iriulfiiril ('"uul)' Tnli'MTunli.IJi (,'.....1' of the Cluull Court, 1 RALPH U THOMASAttorney
this 1 Rattler. several days last day night. you' for the Hturke, "'lot Ida for Plaintiffs
About 60 people enjoyed tho unmplHlnt.' And ordered at Bradford Comity .
KUiftHluy Avenue
occasion with the honor: Mr. and Mrs. Don Alvarej] Colored Citizens Till nolh"h lI bn. .1"1 Florida title lit day of Sep-I nv Unulah Clerk M. Moody I Orange Hark, Florida 32073un

RAIFORD guests. week.Miss Gloria Dean Will n- and Mr. and Mrs. RaleighDennison eil'on"'ull once n wek weeks. fni In fciiir the( 'umber{ ., 1967t'LtrtlES: !::! A. OAKUY Deputy Ralph T. ThiililHB 4t 9,18!" !

Mrs. Edna Cason :and Mrs. /son! of Pensacola Is vlsttln recently returned News

Ruby Dobbs of Jacksonville her parents. Rev. and Mrs. from Chicago Ill where theyvlsltet' I.

87 Mrs. Earl Dobbs visited) Mrs. Susie Dobbs M. W. Wilkinson, several' : Merryland Behumc ,
..... "......
Phone 406-2001 Thursday afternoon. days tills week and family and Mr. Dennison's .... ." '< '". ." L ".". -'.. '" I'I..' .: ._ ;'. i
'W;""' O( c.j.-: .:.<"' ;;;)f'L. ,: : : : : ; ,,. : : : \ :
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dobbs O. D. Dobbs returned Saturday brother. .1"'

Members of the First Baptist and family of Falatka were after vUltlng his son- Danny Bennett and Mike

Church honored: their Sunday nlahtIupper/! guests In-law andi daughter Mr. Sapp left Tuesday after several j jf. I
PWtOr, Rev. Jack Sto'.to! aid of the Orvin Reddish Jr. and Mrs. Danny Brancott. days leave with their jI ? E

hl. wire on their 10th wed- family In Pennsylvania. He was met families the John Bennett! I SPiECAPRiCe j

anniversary with a fam- Mrs. Jack Cason or Or- in Jacksonville by his son of the State Farm and the

r night supper ind pre- mond Beach visited her par- Marjell Dobbs, and tastily ot Herman Saops of Ralford. I I

$aented them with a gilt. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Madison and thep sp\'nt" the FOREST SERVICE *.U 54&'P6''L4SS' tlo'NY1. N RLt.6RS (ASII. /NS1i4el.6'
week with him. EMPLOYEES' SUPPER

L Mrs. Oi-rln Reddish Jr vls- The Florida Forest t enrtce

DeWitt itPd her sister. Mrs A B. of Union and Bradford Coun- K Y rt
; Jones Funeral Home I
Whitehead In Ui adf ord ties enjoyed a grilled steak ( : TU8 ENCLOSURE

County Hospital: Monday supper at headquarters on t

STARKE PHONE 964-6200 night State Road 100 lint Salurdfey'

: Mr. and Mrs. Robert night. .... ,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-317G Faulkner of Jacksonville! vIs- Among those! enjoying this/! -r

Ited Rubye Yaibrough' and occasion were the following, --' .
1 N MDIP4"
Rental Services Mr. and Mrs. Harold1 Yar- together> with their children: :
I 1
brouKlh and family Saturday. County Ranger and Mrs. J. f. MeSS"eAAJ..elP
HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS Starling Mr. ( ''': ''''..).,i)'
Mr. and, Mrs. Sonny C. [Jakel Prevail. Jr. !
of Sanderson vllsted Mr. and Mrs. Dale Myer ]Mr\ and .. ,\.. 1- ri.l!ca_ ... V'l': ':. ,' .

CRUTCHES i and, Mrs. Earl Dobbs and Mrs A. M. Jones M:. and ':..;: t... ."r." ',<:,: ;,*...: -- \ v.

.. family last Friday afternoon Mrs Wayne Hall Mr and l '. ..: ,:'.{,,;:-.:,' I
I Mr. and Mrs. Dock Addison Mrs. Jack Pierce all of \, ,,' ; I fS
I. ,
had as Sunday guests their Starke: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin '.., "t

sons/!. Ernest and Edwaid Ad- Moore of Interlachen; Mr. I Q;1"..,:WJ ,,-!",',,......J" :

This pleasure trip will do you good! I dlson Mr. of and Camilla Mrs./! Oa.Randolph Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Billy Dewey Norman' :Boon and of I IX TILE: SERVICE \ 1.i

Bryant and family of Lake Lawtey: Mr. and Mrs. Fate' St."o1lf Sift. Robert Dll'gS'1! i 1.\\\

Butler visited Mr. and Mrs. CrlbtM of Lake Butle.Mr.; soil of Mr. and Mm.

i. Oeorge Dyal and family. and And Mrs./! Lynn McRaJ and I'' Diggs{ Sr., has been stationed I

O"1 Mr. and Mrs. Dock AddIson Mr.. IInd< Mrs. Earl Dobbs of I with the armed; forces in Germany +

Sunday n'ternoon Ralford1.Ws I I ,for four' yearn. He reports -
Mrs. Emaline Dockery ol enjoyed the supper. doing welT in his career, I II i

,1"G Green Cove Springs visited very much and the wOnder-I I and would appreciate hearing I II VVEST :

her aunt Mrs. Susan Dobbs. ful fellowship I'from old friend

4k and her sister. Mrs. Orrin Somehow it- drew all of us SCHOOL NEWS '

RESORT Reddish and family last floier!! together and gave! u, Parent/! are asked to please

.. Friday. a better understanding of cooperate with the /school! by

Mr. Gloria Dean Wilkinson each! others pleasures and paying the registration fee of ( ; oVEri'j

FALL IS BEST OP All IN THE SMOKIESI Enjoy the peuc. of Pens-acola, and Miss problem. I'm sure we will $5 for elementary school and J r cash & carry /

and quirt of the mountains-a riot of colors in autumn Joann Wilkinson visited their be able to continue in our $7 for high school. 4,000 ,

crisp cool days. refreshing, restful nights .. .wonderful sister. Mrs. Mlachel Dobbs, work together as/! a result of C.II'RC'" NEWS!t I BUILDING 1 .. oN A Q4 '*.
food. Come back feeling fresh asa. breeze. If you like ant family Sunday after this occasion.. MOUNT PISCJAH AME I *pt"v\ *' J"-'fr'j' S*

activity' there's square dancing horseback riding craft noon. Church. Rev. George\ E. Young HEMS TO SELECT t,

making wilderness pack trip, bear and boar hunts, boating Friends of Harold Var- pastor. Sunday School, 10 a.m. 1

,,.fishing-lots morel Furnished cottages loihte. Rates brough will regret to learn In Tie fin-Bit. Court OfKlorlilK with Mrs. Anna Wright In MATERIALS.PROM 1

lowe) after September '15-less crowded for nsttvatloiahorn / that he Is 111 In King; Memorial tClirhth. JmllrlnlOrrult. charge. Morning Worship at yr kTa/1
In A ad Fur' DradfurdCeunly.
( 4982211. Hospital In Lake Butler. 11. Evening Service 6 p.m. *WE'VEBEENINTHE
Earl Dobbs and Don New FRANK THOMAS! p"rER"n', Vlalfori always welcome. DecotlfeCOAT
mans attended tha horse PlnlnflfJ. vii NEW BETHKL Baptist I /!

FREE COLOR FOLDER: Dept DB. Fontana Wage, N.C. Show In Lake City last Fri PETERSON TO' L.INDT:: Daffndant FAY PETERSON Church Rev. A VUnon pastor BUSINESS .

Sunday School. 10 a.m. with FOR aNE LATEX PLAT a

c/o Larry Lamb.rt Anthony DeSue in charge. !
8402 Emra Av.. 75 -mw-e
Rockford Illinois 61111 Morning Worship at 11. A $
YOU Attn HERKBY NOTIFIED business! meeting will be held

I has been l that filed.n milt against for( you dlvorna anr Immediately after the morning Decoili *

JACKSONViLLE BUSINESS DIRECTORYAPPLIANCES >.rrnilant by Frank Thomas service. All members are askedto
,>i>ti>"rmiii, uii Plaintiff In the be present and on time. y..m"Ntco.fJ ,
above styled I Court and fuui" TO
I and you are ren u I.__dto ills FIRST BORN Church of I PAINT r I 4ar.
i I your rf,*rttn.<" or, An..w..r thereinvltlt to the I the Living God Elder F. How I

MOBILE HOMES-USE! 'HOTOCRA PIiER Complaint the Clerk at ft filed the Circuit: ard pastor. Sunday School

\ Court In and for Bradford, 10:30: a.m. Morning Worship.

Appliances: Color TV ''111111 tv., L and""rth"-..erv, e, a HlarkoFlorida copy. 11:30.: Afternoon service, 3 INTERIOR EXTERIOR

4 Stereo Magnavox BARNETT'SCommercial 'th.*r.of upon ."hJ Plaintiff p.m. The Five Blind Boys of or
R Zeruth-, Motorola J. & J. Swap ShopUSED attorney., llnrton T. Douirlai Alabama will be appearing in 4
P. O
Main Street
0.1 North
General Electric a and Portrait Drawer 112ft. Qnlnnsvllle, Florida a recital. Evening Service

-Joy Get A.. JkMMl, Deal At-: TRAILERS Photography on o-r. before the 9th dr*' 7:30.: Public invited Zepha- LATEX MOUSE PAINT
>Frames & Custom Framing of. Oc-toher 19H7; and It you
Campers from 8' 20' fall to do. ao a Default Judgmvnt nlah Lane reporter. I "
e. will be taken asalna ANTIOCH BAPTIST I
f Mil
@! Mobile Homes! 32' 55'Trade. Blantllng you for the relief demanded. If)
f. O. MILLER Jiic-knonvllle 884-1464& the Cumpla lot and Ih..r.llft..r Church Rev. L. W. Thomas
niwuV/ Dank Financing aald C....... shall proceed Ex I pastor.. Church School at 10 9
ew ws MFR. LIST
"no, _wi ar Ia.r Purte.W1TNK.SS!! my hand and seal will be the only service! held 4

I'k..onvllleJ Jllrwy. 21, Orange Turk of Maid Court title & day ofSeptember Sunday. Mrs./! Rlsby In charge. -- irOLL 42LOOK I 30
J PIANOS "' 1987..1 Stark,. Rejniiar services will resume+l th

Auto Sales & Service Tel. 201-6334 (Florida.jlEA1./, on the 211h.BETHLEHEM. I 7.. .wit GALLON I I

Charles A. Darby Free Will
LAND Fur Afimlcul.. Advice' Circuit Court. Klhth! Judicial
Circuit In And fur IIradfo..dC..unIY. Baptist Church Rev. Louis I ANNIVERSARY ,
ROVERfti McKay pastor. Monday night
: Beulah M. Moody
.Choir No. 3 and Ushers Board ,
Clerk ki
World's Finest In I Deputy since
"' 9/7 4t 821Nwflee I No. 2 will rehearse at 7:30.: I : 4e
i. 4 Wheel Drive. J
I t f e 1 Tuesday night Choir No.1 1892 _
Bold and Serviced by l4S Vow TlMeed .
: Of Application
Roberts'. Chevrolet :t.fL }jF I and 2 will rehearse; at 9 p.m. BRIGHTEN'YOURHOME
... .... I /
Green Cove Springs S03SJlacksonvUle IUOTOnCYCLJoS: It. 194.10. S. Wednesday! night Prayer /
Notice In Hereby (liven, that will .. a
2 I-BIOO) Established 1043Chlckerlng MR. T. J. ALDERMAN the Meeting. Thursday \ "
& I meet at the home of Mrs. Annie -
ALL, MODELS Haider of the following certlllcutes *
Other Name Urnnds .. hue filed Haiti cerllincattm I Lee Lott. Friday night 'YOURand LIFE!
for. a tax deed to be leaned '
certificatenumber. I Prayer Band meets at the' _i PAINT ROLLEROUTSTANDING VALUeS
,, JEEp thereon.' The
Stamps --
I and )oar..r. lsu- home of Mrs. Clarence Cov- ONrHISIANDMANrI'I
Vehicle. 2051 Park JavknonvUle' JtoH-oSie sure, the den >,l-lptlon of the Ington. Choir No. 1 will Bell SOLID r FRAME AND PAN. MORI smiSHUOHTHXTUHII
and the 'mine In '
Jeep Wagoneer Station Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M. property w'.h it waR ,aeaeeaed" are a. dinners/! from the kitchen Fri. I \\! / I

--Wagon follow: ju. day night. On Sunday the I WOOD MODERN ANTIQUE

.. Jeep Vnlver.aleJeep Gladiator Truck. Open Tues.Sait., Wed.8 ,A.M.Thurs.- ,6 Fri.P.M PICTURE FRAMES laiuance LOU..lout.Dencrlptloti. 1964.No.t>f Hri 137.""|i-rty Ywir.: tote of Pastor a motorcade and members at the church will form and')i I niflU1l 1 dJdI1!\4I li ALLTHISFOR 69 c .RA53 :

Anthoriard Her vice 4 NW4 A 13 Bx S/D RD.of NVa SEC, or 2:1!N", T-7-8.'. of go to Raiford to render /services "irtl I l'I' ONLY .'
r Approved' Parts for Rev. Slngletary. J
.4 Wheel Drive ,Z Wb.nl I Closed Sunday & Monday JI-22K.Name (2 In Ae./which annoMod. MOUNT MORIAH Method- In 11/16" or 'full %" thick tongue /' _ J
... SPILLERS'GALLERY demon Alexander.. and grooved, v joint, or pickwick .
Drtve st Rev. H. P. Hudson roes rile
beingIn pastor.
All of said property pattern Random width> boards. I
EDDIE BLAND MOTORS & CYCLES the County of Bradford, Church School 10 Morning Make your election' ( from 55 of 1 cut l '
Inc. 494D Standing Blvd. tttate Unless of Florida.such certificate or Worship at 11. Afternoon 'the Svorld'i moat beautiful i wood. I l $1729 MfR LIST
MOTORS Picture 011
: Framing certificate shell be redeemed. service 4pm. Thrill to natural wood from nature'senchanting yourcooBin 934.65
e 033 W- ADAMS Jacksonville, 771-8244 according law the property welcome. i foratt. Beautify your
JACKSONVILLE 8 .....nlll Painting Graphic Arts described In such certificate living room, dining room, game) > $ or
crrtlflcatea will\ be auld to GREATER ALLEN Chapel
Unframed Pictures the Ma-hem bidder at the I AME Church. Rev. L. A.I room bedroom, kitchen, den or I" and ANTIQUIAS1 .
oHice. WEST i II the world'
) large
: Parrish Motor court house. doer on the firstMonday : s* mi.rMMU141
MUSIC 1043 Park St.-In Five PoLit. In month of October> Sampson pastor. Sunday upplier of lOUD wood paneling. heating -
e which I I. the 2nd day of October School, 10 a.m. with Mrs./! F. B.I Manufactured in our own miU ia t

: BALES Jax S33-85JS1 lta7.. 1987. Delestre In.. charge. Morning I!I Dorayille. Co. costs VQ tD; ) lj)

S SERVICE Dated this 28th day of August Worship at 11. At 3 p.m. the I 55 VARIETIES OF EXOTIC
: FARTS 1967. ChoIr Union will be held In IMacdenny I, '-'
Paulus Co.
Music SEAL)
:\ Rev. Lennon
a Charles A. Darby ,
.. (
Clerk of Circuit Court of host pastor Evening serv- \ : .. ; q
-. 0' 32 Yean Aa/! A Dealer Band & String Instruments Bradford (County FloridaBy g.it TI )t /f.
Beulah M. Moody D. CT vlce 6 p. m. Public Invited. .. INSULA O1
:Always Good Used Car $89| ", ....
Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers K/7 4t 926Netle. .
In Laura St. Jarluon\Ul\ H. & N. IR' I LISTJ36.90

Phone 836-0634: School Of Appllrjitloa. Fa Ta.U.M hen which I9H7 the 2nd day of Octo B. comfortable relaxed .

SuppU.lnstruction SEWING CENTER MEAL) . )... t
BEAUTY ACADEMY .... I Watf. f.. .. ( Ch"rtt A. Derby restful I. s cur* cozy snug "' '*
> Roberts Recorder Notice: I*' Hereby Cltven that CUrk of the Circuit Court of when your most important in-
1967 Singer MR. T. J. ALDERMAN th"hold..r Bradford County. FloridaBy 43 ve tm.nt, your home, i is 15" : ...
AmericanI' the followingcerti
Music of Beulah SI. Mandy, D. C.
brary-Expert ficate hits filed said certificate ./ 7 4t 9/88 cookrdurng: [ eummer..wormer_
Hairstyling Auto Zig Zag 'for a lax deed to be Issued LOCATIONS
I during winter Big laving
Repair Department thereon The eertltl..al.numb..r. @ ..
Academy and year of !Lou.aner la Tkr Clrmlt Court Of I IN '13 STATES'! fuel bills, too.VAPOR "
Like New the dffMt-rlptlon of the Florida. Pl': .hlk JirilrUI Court. WEST .
41 \V. Monroe .
21 W. MONROE property and the namea In la And .Far. Bradford 4 oa.ty.Ceee
which It was aoeied are a*
4ACS8ONVIIXE SO el Console: Model] makes. designs FRANCIS>I N HATHAWAY
Jacksonville 333-8447 fancy follow: HOURS 15" ?
fc .
Certificate No ITS Year of
3310 Beach Blvd. stitches! monograms, faauance 1965.Description hi. wit... puintirr. vJANIR )Mon.-Frl., 7:30-5:30: : 3" THICK pm $3
RiversideHairstyling overcasts sews on buttons, of Property COM BA.MPSON: a widow. Sat.. 7:30-4:00: ROLL $ 9O9Cjf Mfa.'
at a FT on W aide' of H/W on defendant 70 SQ. rT. -11157
RD. 1
Jacksonville 308-1001 make button holes A blind SUIT TO FORECLOSE ARTICLES 3330 N. WALDO !
:N Line of !3KC: 2 A Run a on 141.80.
stitches./! No attachments TO: JANfE;/ SAMPMO f
to SEC' Line then E nn SEC PHONE 376-2004
Academy Demonstrators! $6or $5 per line to BEO. SEC 2, T-8-8. R- Address unknown .
2839 PARK ST. sa-R OralitV2\ S. Orange Ave.
mo. Call Jax 771-1830: Name In which aseed. A notified that a complaint e BRING NEW LIFE t
,JACKSONVILLE 388-8337 OPTICIAN to foreclose certain 629-7967
Accredited II. &: N. SowingCtr, H.All Keleey of said property being In Articles of Agreement on the Orlando ISO W. Michigan INTO AN OLD ROOMI!
the County of Bradford State following described P"OSI..Iy.to.Wlt. ,
Qualified Instructor Ave.-241-9414:

.Modern Styling: I of Unless Florida.such certificate or Lot 44 It, 51, East one-half Tampa 5306 N. 96th St.-. O PREFINISHED
Classes certificates ahall b. redeemed (4) of 63, K...t one-half of 6297181Jarkxonvllle
Monthly WESTERN STORE according to law the property 80. ,Into, 81. 82 'XVooriUwn. S."- PLYWOOD>> PANELING
"Wfcere tomorrow'are .tyUeu described In arch certificateor lion 31, S, 12. according to. > map 1143 Ilirine.
trained" certliflcate will\ be old to of Woodlawn a. mapped and f
I the highest bidder at the courthouse platted and shown In Public St. -3S5-0671 EXOTIC $ 15
ELECTRIC MOTORS rrs""N'\L OPTICAI door on the first Monday irnriln[ of Bradford CountyF9orlda Jacksonville. 150 S. Ed.e-
LITTLE DUDE and c-nnialnlnc sixty 3
COMPANYPrescription In month of October, 19117.
(eQ I Bt-rei, more or less. To In- woodvt388.0575 LAIIU N 4'
elude one tractor and lawnmower x 8't t
.... Peavy,Brothers C FUled I Western Store now located on said Feiuacola, 100 East Blount SHUT
pr.ndsee. -138-0375 Real Hardwood 3/16"TMck
f' Electric Co. Broken Lenses Duplicated "Where You'll Find Every. HAMMOND ice bean filed asalnat you.and : 20 Selections of Y
ad> ELECTRIC MOTORS thing For the Hone you are required to *ervea. MICH MM t tOMI ITORII BUITOUIIOMT Paneling
ORGAN STUDIO copy of your answer or V oChooso From
gold-Servlred-Repaired< S Artificial Eyes Enthusiast"Western pleading to the complaint on
i> CieneratornStarters Clothing Leather- Factory. AathorUmlIfonunond the[ Plaintiff attorney' Ralph
U Thorn til KingeleyAvenue
r" Alterations Eyewear Specialists good., Saddles and Trailers Orgy Orange Park Florida tf I
ii4 .Armature Rewinding 213 Laura St. Jaz 38M93IOS4 Charles A Sharon Petty BalM 1 .ntee 1073, and til* the original answer I I. I ie
In the ottlcfof
co 4044 Lenox Ave. 802: So. Rdgewood Ave. Learn to play the easy way tha or pleading Clark of the Circuit I I ,
.J.d..OftvtJ 887-2338 Park St. Jax 834-8618 Jacksonville' 884-1210 11* K. W. Itth A_ Court on or before. the 2nd
'f, f1aJ..YtIIe IYop8/y OMI/ dar of October 1187 If :you
I fall to do *. iudrment by de ,
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I L. KEYSTONE HIL1TESI1 Methodist 9:45 regular: a.m.meeting Church Tuesday held l their at Indians Ready 'After Woman Dies Chance ResignsAs Councilman Thomas ResignsBeautification

Next Thursday the Christian Wreck

I1-?? '. : Jim Fox Fellowship Class of the Methodist For
CD Head
1 t Meat. PfaotM. In Tear Item 473-4144 p.m. Church will meet at 8:00: Near KeystoneA ; Campaign

KEYSTONE 4 WOMAN'S- way 21 at Magnolia Park Kindergarten Pre-school Starts children from Friday NightA Nell Bute Hawthorne.died Monday woman-mornIng Mrs.- Jones Named Backed By Keystone CouncilA

Melrose and
CLUB : .[injuries; July 30 drowning surrounding: area
result of mluries received -
as a
The annual Open Hoarse at McQlrt's Creek [Orange atarted kindergarten studies # 5'

reception of the Keystone ParkRescue, unit: August 7, last week af Faith Presbyterian victory-minded KHS In. in an Aug. 12 auto- Ray Chance, Clay County city beautification and September council meeting, fy and clean-up ,the city

Heights' Woman's "Quo wiU house fire at Spe-sdsvllle; Church. Mrs. John Paul Plckleslmer dlan team will head for mobile accident 2.3 miles director of Civil Defense for clean-up campaign received a.I several members of the Key- r pr'or to the District 5 wom

beat the borne of Mr. and. August 9. first-aid, subjectbit will be the teacher Newberry Friday In hopes or north of Keystone Heights the past nine years, has resigned kick-off boost at the Keystone stone Woman's Club spokeon an's club meeting Oct. 1?.

Mrs.: Henry &:hulJier: ,'. -ol 'Clover by. scorpion: August 12, : and she will be assisted by repeating [or bettering] las on SR-21. effective Oct. I and Heights City Council the subject and described Approximately 150 women

Lane on Sunday 6ept three-" tell on power line at Mrs. J. W. Sapp. year's victory 6-0 victory All nine persons InvolvedIn will be succeeded in the office meeting Tuesday night. Mayor conditions In some areas of from neighboring communities

17from3to5p.m.. Highway 17 [Orange Park There are still a few vacancies over the tough Alachua the two-car collsion at ,the by Ernest L. Jones. O. R. Starnes ed vised the city as "deplorable" will visit Keyston.Heta'hts *

County team. entrance to Magnolia Lake Jones, a State Trooper council members that he Particular
' AU members. their families Rescue Unit; August 13 for pupils If anyoneis reference was for the affair.

.. and friends are cordially tar automobile accident on High- Interested In Bending: their Coach Roy Baylcss (has State Park were Injured. .The with the Florida Highway! would write a personal letter made to conditions along Suggestions were made far'

children. only one player on the accident occurred AS the 1962 Patrol has been stationed in to merchants and owners of highways leading !Into the council chairman Ray Watkins -
' vlted to Attend. way ; August 14, car on
.. Ttiei. : fire at Highway' 17 Orange School News doubtful list due to Injuries. Chevrolet driven by Herschel the Keystone area for five property fronting major local central business section. and councilman Everett
k-to-8choo1' card Sandy Ol'ayson-and expects Bole, 60, Hawthorne traveled and is resigning from thoroughfares to their
: Park Rescue Unit] The Melrose Mustangs will years urge Woman's Club representative Fox that city employees b*
': ( party. sponsored\ by the Key- : August his charges to give Newberry south toward Keystone the nIP to the CD
accept cooperation in clean-up
, atone 16. stand-by at Keystone open their football season Fri a. Mrs. David Nelson, expressed assigned clean-up duties on
; Woman's Club will
day night with a game against stiff competition. "The Indiana Heights on SR21.A post. His appointment was drive. concern that some over-time basis
:) tfo :. : Airport: government plane
.lh.eldcn.1I'rldAy Sept 22.
e are an experiencedteam approved by the Clay County As guests of the
Jacksonville Christian. The 1967 OldsmobIle, drivenby effort be launched to beauti-
schedule to }land August Council members accepted!
1* at the "MunKjlpai .Building. : ; ,
!. "
Bayless said confid- Commission at Its meeting
game will be played at Mel- Jessie Lee Wilson 51,
M Bchoo.1..wUJ: 'convene at"10 m 19 drowning at Orange with, regret the resignation of
o rose and will 'begin at 8 ently. Jacksonville turned onto (Monday.
11WI'th. the'curriculum int Springs: August 19, near- p.m. fellow councilman Walt
Probable starting lineupfor of liege of their granddaughter -' era have a new sporty lookingflbergla.ss
Everyone Is urged to supportthe SR-21 rom the entrance Jones will operate out of
drowning at Magnolia State Thomas---whose business Interests -
t eluding\ bridga cana.ua and ,
Park ,first aid and reacusdtatlon team 'by attending: these the Indians will be: Magnolia State Park. He was the same office used by Jacquelyn Haberstroh, In' blue fishing boat. have necessitated hU'
JsBraBDle. itrece will be
i Donnie Baker quarter- So. Wllllamsport Pa. Marcia and the boys are having lots
games. charged by Florida Hiehway Chance In Keystone Heights
administered] relocation to Oaln<<'svlne,
I held at 12 nooni; with cafe ; August
a back; Wayne Homer and remained with her brother, of fun trying it out.
20 automobile The Junior class has started Patrolman H. R. Hutta with and will have the same telephone Thomas that hid
3 terta-*tyle lunch being servediSby accident on requested
; Mike Murrhee halfbacks! ; -a William and family. and will Art Wheler was at Camp'
selling: magazine subscriptions failure to yield entering number, 473-4260.
, Highway 219 August 20 resignation take effect t; Im
tIJe< Woman'. club mem- ; Jerry Turner, fullback, John attend high school there this Echockafee at Orange Park,
to raise for their through highway.
money many I Chance said he was resignIng
hi'\ ber It Is requested that eI' drowning at Oleno State mediately.In .
McOrath and Malcolm Johnston over the weekend to take the
So if
projects. one of them
''boys and girL," wear their Park; August 22, search! for because of personal family term.Mr. a major Item of business \
ends; Mike Haakett and; I ordeal for the Order of the
comes around give them a and Mrs. George Watson -
, egular school clothes. For two missing glrta at A'achua be the kindergarten teacherat health problems" and expressed the council\ unanimously'
Olenn Thomas
I' Few. tackles; I Arrow In Boy Scouts.
break and help them out, of WUlliimsbunr Va.,,
1 all this fun. the donation Camp [both were found]; Hawes and Daryl Johnston, Faith Presbyterian Church.We appreciation to the Keith and Carolyn Crenshawand approved a proposal offeredby
Craft Classes are spending their fall
'?I will be only .1 per per on. Auguet 25. brush fire at Crystal A craft will begin guards: Jeff Baits, center.MELROSE. hope they like living: here Clay County Commission and tion in Keystone.Mr. vaca- two daughters of Gaines- local attorney Myron Pre

,f5: ; The -District V meeting& of Lake; August 28, first program and urge everyone to make the volunteer citizens of Clay ville, were weekend guests of vatt, on behalf of Florida
at 1:30
Thursday : at Faith
County for their "coopera- and Mrs. Stanley La-,
'J' Ute Florida Federation of administered to girl with Presbyterian Church. The -.-. .-.-. .-.-. .-.-. ...- then feel welcome. I Dee and Betty Morris.Mr. Oas Transmission Co.. to pay
program Coste will
tion. understanding, and assistance return next week
epileptic attack at Magnolia '
Woman's Clubs will be held 'Mrand Mrs. William Bowen and Mrs. E. W. Revels the city 2602.20 for extend.
Park is under the direction of In making,; Civil Defense after a visit with Mrs. La- .
State : August 28, man and children of Jacksonville ed easement rights for installation
Kaystone Heights, on home Mrs.
am again. Revels
Mrs. John of
treated for heart attack on Brennan Keystone spent Labor Day Weekend a reality In Clay Coun- Coste's brother-in-law and of a second natural.
|: 12 [Columbia Day). found that "the had
and la to "
tin will be the boat Highway 21 east; and August interested.A open anyone with her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. ty. sister in Hudson, Ohio. While settled In her fingers, and gas line through a section -off

,: ,, and!) It Is therefore desired 28. drowning at Dunn's ew craft to be taught By Joyce Row.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj. :J. J. Boyle. there, graveside services were she is now going to Gaines- Keystone Municipal Airport
' held at Markvllle
: that all members will Creek. this will be Recent guests of !Mr. and ville three times a week for property. The gas company;:
t Remember your Civil Defense ;year making: I the late Arthur Barber, a requested and was granted
participate at this meetingvand flowers from feathers. Mrs. W. J. GroIIck were her therapy. Mr. Revels' sister
Among NEWS NOTESBy lifelong friend, who made
: luncheon. More details to Rescue Unit phone Mr. Drothor-ln-law and sister, Mr. 25 additional feet of easement
and Mrs. of Mershan
other crafts to be taught will VirgIe I. Rowe Molly Hobby Ga.,
his home for the past five
'.fy Hollow, but please circle date numbers: Sheriffs Office at be string: craft, marble lamps are the proud parents of: and Mr. W. F. Woodrum of\ the la visiting them this week. rights, adjoining iU
Helen Kiss years with LaCostesyyyvyyy.vvvvvvvyyvyy..
Green Cove Springs 234- 50-foot easement
bon;f) your calendar now I knitting, sewing: and others twins, a boy and girl, born .Ja.ck onvllJe. Don Murrell spent last week present
CIVIL DEFENSE REPORT ,3379: Orange Park Police Department. 25 at' Clyde! with his Mrs. B. through the approximately:
4 that are requested.The Friday Aug. Alachua :Mr. and Mrs. Wesley grandmother,
: 264-9O12; and 2.7 mile long section \.t airport
; The following rescue oper- Civil Defense Director at only cost of +he program General Hospital in Gaines- Mrs. Nancy Bass; and Miss B. Watkins.
i atlons were assisted in during 473-4851 INDIAN
Keystone Heights BEACH
'August by the Clay County or 473-4260. These, units areavaUa.ble used, there is no chargefor I was born at 8:05: p.m. The visited Mr. and Mrs. Church Women' Circles son, George and Corlne and In ot.herbWllness the

i Civil Defense unit: July 30 instruction. boy, Dexter Robert, was born Virgle Rowe and family last will meet on Septemoer 18 Fred Thieman, of Jacksonville council approved a motion to

", drowning alert at, Hutcblnson In time of law emergency LIBRARY NEWS two minutes later. :Maternal week. 1 as follows: Afternoon Circles (Lain eess re) spent ,the weekend In Crescent, provide water service and Install -

:take false alarm]; July' 30, forcment M requested by fire en-department Member of the Clay Coun- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Carey and Mrs. Cecil meeting at 1:30: are: Mrs. By Michael H. OhtttfPh. (.a." visiting Ruben Lewis. a meter at Azalea Park.
automobile accident on High-( local ty Library Board, and staff Grant Rothhammer of Cedar Harris of Welaka recently Sara McDonald's at her 47511715SAAAAAAA54AAAAA While there they went out? onRuben's at a cost of approximately

author!tie*or. government members of the libraries at Key, and paternal grandparents -: visited :Mrs. Harris' parents, home with co-chairman, Mrs. ..w ) shrimp .boat and enjoyed $70. Installation of service to

Green Cove Springs, Orange are Frank Rowe of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Caflon. M. A. Schroeder, assisting. catching ehrlmp and fish. the park was requested by'the

CALENDAR OF EVENTS Park and Keystone Heights Oklahoma City and the late Another recent guest of the Mrs. Thomas Norwood's Circle Well, well; this i la your lone By the way they sure did Woman's Club to provida\
Friday Sept. 13 Bingo In :
: will hold a covered dish Mrs. Rowe. The Rowes have Itesons was their daughter\ will meet at her home some rolling-reporter with the taste good. water for azalea /garden
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS. the recreation air-
room luncheon meeting at the Key- another son Danny Keith.I Mrs. O. G. Thigpen of East, with co-chairman. Mrs. J. A. news. As planted there by the club. It
conditioned] of St. William'sCatholic you can plainly see,
In the motion that
was noted
stone Heights' would like to take this Palatka. Williams assisting. Mrs. Just all at once, all our business has
Library on de-
Churoh at 7:30
: p. the Woman's Club would be
Monday Sept. 18. Mrs. opportunity to thank those of Duplicate Bridge Walter Orolick's Circle will company has ceased. It seems creased. I Is
m. If have not attendedone guess everyone
you you who have done so much Because I was in the meet at the home of :Mrs. R. like every year after required to pay any tervlca
H. board
Emery their
i i. be sure of these to do sessions so as they, please are chairman Cooper and! Mrs. H. R. for me during my stay in the pital last week and boll-1 A. daunt with Mrs. E. P. ber gets here ( septem-I) busy settled getting In.. school. Maybo children things charges! $3.00 In excess monthly of the wate minimum -(

moat enjoyable. Lawrence, Keystone librarian hospital and since I have write my news column Egan assisting. Mrs Al La- everybody thinks that will pick up in a few weeks.I .

Saturday, Sept. 16: Measles will be hostesses to the come home. I find that caringfor I have the winners of two' 'weeksof gasse's Circle. will meet at la here, and they stop visiting I would like to remind aU of bill.
two babies can be quite Duplicate Bridge. the home of Mrs. David Nelson their friends at the lake. Heard a report frOm
Immunization. to be administered group, which will arrive In you that the water Is still
I MELROSE at Keystone the Clay County Bookmobile. hectic and it might be a Winners for the 22 were: with Mrs. A. P. Hallman We only had five visitorsover nice and the fish are still councilman Walt Thomas

Heighte/ School, from 2 to 6 The Bookmobile will be while before I get around to tied for f rat place Mrs. Gay assisting. The morning circle, the weekend. Katie and ,biting. So until. next week which confirmed that bodily

I : m. for an children: be- parked at the library and thank-you notes. Livingston and Mrs. Ray; Mrs. Roy Turknett chairman A. B. Howard of Starke, visited here's Leeon liability and personal property
p. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Court Unrnen and Mm. R. P. Good- meets at 9:30: at the home of Insurance coverage' al
publia la us Friday night and Tony LEEON'S
'f tween the ages of 1 amt'12, !4ie_ Invitecijo_ \1.1\, CORRNEBPrh
of I Joe and Mrs. E. B. Go.I ,3r Mrs. Nettle Stitohberry with Keystone City Beach WM
.,BUSINESSDIRECTORY who have not already had it from 1 p.m. until it departs ney Newberry- are visiting ; and Jean Ball and son, Shawnof clllttB Lo..."

the disease! or who have not later in the afternoon.. their daughter and son-in-law place; Mrs. Mary Cook and Mrs. :Arthur Ketch assisting.1 Keysone, visited Sunday.. A sunny day adequate.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stlnson Mrs. Emery Cooper; 4th place: Evening Circles; Nljhten- Approved a motion for
HERE THERE I The soft .
been previously Immunized.No spent Sunday with Otis grass.A '
i ( the city to purchase :an additional
and family.Mr. Mrs. Ray Becker and Mrs. pIes, Mrs. Cahrles Wallenlus
Miss Solomlto of
charges, fees or donations Peggy Mellon of Hampton. After we r gentle breeze
and Mrs. Lee Howell Roland Bryan. chairman will meet at (home $1,000 treasury bond.
will be connected with this Connetlcut visited her cousins had dinner at his house with hd a rlpllng brook.
and family of Mlcanopy visited Winners for the 29 were: of Mrs. Aughtry Vance at Agreed to direct a letter
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Slmer A pale blue
campaign. Scientific !aIr guns his family, Mr. and Mrs. Lon- sky
1'J.n 4vTr: 'SHOP will be used for the Injectionsno al, of Lake Brooklyn. The his uncle and aunt, Mr. tat place :Mrs. :Mary Cook and 7:45: with Mrs. Howard Tucker nie Melton, and daughfer' The waving trees. to the leaseholder of the
.. meet Keystone Beach facilities requesting
and Mrs. Dock Tison, and Miss Iva Hlllyer; 2nd, MrsOay assisting. Rebeccas
[ pain Involved. Slmerals entertained their Odessa McConaghy we went Pretty singing of birds,
'I KEYSTONE.3EEAUTY to St. family Other recent guest. Livingston and Mrs. Ray at (home of the chairman, And the of leaves. that public dances)
I Coach Herring: and hi. foot- guest with trips Augustine to Gainesville, and did a little rustling discontinued the best
ball teens have been hard at Daytona. and Silver of the Tlaons were their son tames8rd; Mrs. 11"". T. Rogue Mrs. William Warren, at 8. shopping. Two lovers together
SHOP and and Mrs. Phil Kromer 4th YOUTH FELLOWSHIP interest of the community.
work for .everal weeks preparing Springs. They also spent one daughter-in-law, Mr. and ; Lmbod Day we had a turkey Alone In the foreat.

M ....'61t, s... I : for this football' season- weekend with another cousin. Mrs. Bobby Tison. rtrs.. lmery.! Cooper and Mrs. Barry Wyman, director, extends dinner, and the following people Her name Is Priacllla, .

I The first game will be with Louis Franze of Tamj>&. For Mr. and Mrs. David Queue W. JT.. Wilson an Invit alien to all were present: Mr. and And his name Is Morris.
;. spent a few days recently WhIte Erlephant Closes teenagers .to attend the Sun- MURRHEEInsurance
Jacksonville Chrtatlan. The his birthday celebration. Mr. Mrs. Howard Bradberry of Oxford enchanting attraction

i .. .. .,.... team will be hampered by the Franze entertained his guests visiting his parents, Mr. and. The White Elephant Thrift day Evening Fellowship Ala., Mr. and Mrs. James Of love Is so sweet.It .
'q...... .. I Mrs. D. M. in Punta closed September 9th instead meetings starting SepetmberIT Agency:
B.s1 r. loss of several of their first with a dinner party at Lee's Qualle Shop I Sullivan of Wllllston. Hubert draws)! them together, .
.... .tana .* Beauty Outtm string players who graduatedlast Riverboat Restaurant In Gorda. Mr. and Mr Qualle of In October as an- frnm- T fn n II- TV m. In the and Palma Chitty of Starke A.d their lips slowly;; meet. Richard }[nrrhee, Agt.

N. Open Ta..a1.oi N: I year.Mr. Tampa Bay. are doing quite well followinga ouncod earlier,.The supply; : of educational building. This Ton.y and Jean Ball of Key- As they hold each other, General InsuranceCasualty

: cse..t: uena&y and Mrs. Tom Chambleeand Mrs. Don Home and her recent motorcycle accident.We merchandise was reduced invitation Includes young stone. They are bursting with love. nre Marti

:' >AT8I ftOTOTMlBILL'S I I family spent Sunday In sister. Mrs. Nelson Rosier would like to welcome rapidly that It was decidedto people of other denomina- Last Tuesday my mother And their hearts start to ling.LIke Auto Bonds
to our community Mr. and clone earlier than expected. tions whose churches "?o not Keystone Heidita 41S-47M
Cedar Key visiting: Mrs. Cham- and their sons, Ty Horn and and Grandmother Copeland the coo of a Dove.

.:. MARINE 'blee's parents Mr. and :Mrs. Mark Rosier all of Gainesville Mrs. John Paul Picklesimer Those in,charge of this project ''have an organized group. went to Jacksonville to take While they gently caress,
Picnic and and eight month old daughter, wish to thank the resi- Plans will be made for programs and! She looks In his
(c. Grant Rothhammer.Guests enjoyed a my aunt and uncle Mr. : eyes.
SALES!; SKRVfCn Beach with Stephanie, from Plkcsvllle, dents of Mclrose and the sur- of the coming year Her start to
last week at the swim at Keystone Mrs. Howard Bradberry to Ups tremble.
. -1 t'| Tb. Fun Fie,r aa" home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mrs. George Schaeffer and Ky. They are living In the rounding area for their support CHOIR NOTICESThe catch a bus back to Oxford, And slowly she cries. SCHEDULEOF

Service 4 XA. Allen Included Mrs. Allen' daughter Martha Jane, last W. H. Allen apartment Mr. In this undertaking. Carol Choir under the Ala. Mother and Grandmother Now she awakens SERVICES

AH Oath***** mother, Mrs. E. A. Chester, week. Pickleslmer will be assistant Brownies'Brownie direction of Mrs. George Copeland ate dinner and spent And it comes to her head. PARKof

. : ChryiJaw Leva."Star. Boats her slater Mrs. Earl Goodson, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Haynes, coach and physical education Troop 157 recently Canova will start practicing the day with another aunt for nearly three months

Met t tnt and another sister and brother- of Orlando, have been vUit}teacher at Melrose High went to St. Augustine for a on Wednesday. Sept. 13. from Mr. Houston Chitty. Her lover has been dead. the
rChr781ec' of the old The girls :30 to 4 o'clock for grades
School.: Mrs. Picklesimer will tour city. 3:
t poraer: Bte. ft A WMelroae. in-law Mr. and Mrs. J. B. lug their eon-ln-law and I rode In horse-drawn carriages 1-6. The celestial Choir, Last week, Otis and I wenfto PALMSSUNDAYS
" Psrrl b, an of Quincy. Alachua General Hospital
' Mr Mrs. Jack
't daughter and
: each
478 lgSl the and enjoyed 7-10 practice
!Mrs.' Paley Boyd and granddaughter Methvln. visit with her?] Kathy I Is through city grades to visit my cousin, Miss Hazel
all the famous land Wednesday from 4 to 4:30.:
LJBAKBBfl7C Mrs. Troy McGuire, staying In room 315. We hope Hallford of Bonlfay who was
i' Bobby Barber and Dan marks. ST. ANNES' NEWSSt. 11:00 A.M. 7:30() P.M.
pen1:' last weekend at Lake ill with a kidney Infection.
that she Is greatly Improved
Bradley, of Waverly Term.. They went In theoldest' Anne's Episcopal STUDIOFactory
? Kejtlonm Panoaonkee with relatives. as of this writing I However, she In much better THURSDAYS
were recent guests of their house and the Oldest School Church will have a permanent -
Mrs. Judith Oweribey and friend and former neighbor Mr. and Mrs Ed Dwyer Houae and also received free vicar starting Sunday, this week. She came home (to AntfiorimdHammond. : 7:30 P.M.

(ttl| dean*!*. Inc. children and :Mrs. Mary Alice Carl Hewitt. were in St. Petersburg last of the 17 the Rev. Wm. Isaac aunt Cor I no's house In Gainesville OrgaaBnfa FUNDAMENTALTEACHING;
juice as guests Sept. -
11., CL x. .,.,. DeWitt and children of Keystone orange .) Friday, and hopes to .
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lo- weekend for a short vaca- Chamber of Commerce. Jones. Due to the fact that A HerHr* mHJ.E
*-', 17,. CI ler't.sIa. Heights visited Mrs. Lion. start xohool to learn an occupation r-n. to ties
Jewskl of Wilmington Del, Girls attending were Debbie Mrs. Alex Brokas, presidentof play may way
,J"Int.tIa er FlmiXfi Joyce Rowe and chlldreaIut soon. AH Services Held In The)
are 'vlsltlng Mr. and Mrs.I It Is hoped! that students, Box Audrey and Dauphine the women's organization 110 M. W. 10th Av.

J 1 '' DaJt a-d/vSr." Thursday.Mr. Carl Hewitt. who are reporting to college Levine, Avis and lAss McPherson -. Is on vacation further Information Mr. and Mrs. Bowen Perrltt Gainesville Shopping Gent** Congenial Atmosphere;
.,*t W*.11p mod Mrs. John B. Boyle of Jacksonville spent? Sunday I
this month will notify this and Sherjrl and programs will Of The Lounge.
YjIfaSI BM.MB .Tlawthom ...... and family: of Jacksonville Last Saturday evening Mr. Cathy with their cousins, Mr. and Ij
reporter that it can be In- and ''Martha Singlefon. be announced later. j
spent the weekend 'with Mr. and Mrs.! Ronald) Andrews so Poppell, Gay Mrs. D. W. Carpenter.I .
.' eluded in our column during Vicki Tlaon. Marsha LUTHERAN CHURCH
IT1: : Boyle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Edward guess Roy Griffin will begetting
the next few editions. and Susan Sapp. Under the leadership of a
entertainedfriends Whltton
OTJonoghue ,
J. .J. Boyle. Another son of the 'bIg-head' with all
.; Concrete the Boyle and Ma faintly Mr. with a "Beatnik: We were sorry to learn that) They were accompanied by few local families, with Mrs. the articles we keep reading Car Shopping Minus

::4t& Supply Inc. and Mrs. Jerold Boyle and Party" at the latter' home Mrs. Dennis I Szabo. of Mm. Dock Tison, leader; Mrs. George Kaufmann's assistance In the paper about him and I _
; Guests who appropriately Gainesville In Bill Singleton assistantlead- the Lutheran Churchwas
I children spent Sunday with were passed away the bass. There was another
11 itEM them. dressed In their way- St. Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville er; and Mrs. Gene Sapp Troop formed last winter. Vicar. nlco one In. the Florida Times- I

'i'l' MIX I Mr. Berrrice Gano and Mr. out glad rags included: Mr. on Thursday Sept. Committee Chairman, and Ben Wallace Mooney has been assigned Union Sunday. Betty says the Money WorriesYou

, CONCRJT1I.1IW7. : Belle Crtder and children of and Mrs. Bill Reynolds Mr 1_ Mrs. Szabo was a former ny, Danny and David Bapp. / to this preach'nd station bass are biting real early

. *0 W. H vwF ..... Mlcanopy spent last Toursday and Mrs. Pete Throwwer. of resident of Keystone Club School, New and will begin his and real late, an<1.. the ahe-!! ,

..* 481-3f 3*. tOll I in Fagler Beach. Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Estates and we knoW' that School opened Monday. Aug. duties here Sunday, Sept.<< 17. crackers are on the deep sand I can leave all money women:. behind

FDT Bud Booby, Mr. and Mrs. Ed her many friends will bo sorry 28 for youngsters in jMeiroae at 11 a. m. In St. Anne'sChurch. bars. I when you shop for a car by leaving the
Mr. Ronald
and Mrs.
smith !had Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Don to learn of her death. She and the surrounding are' as Further planning Mr*. W. J. GroIIck and her .FINANCING to us!
as guest
a Morgan Mr. and Mrs. George was burled In Arlington Va the fall term started at Mel- for women and youth groups Inter
O.C. Mrs. Robert W. Kidd
Came Nursery weekend his mother Arrow-// Massa, 'Mr. and Mrs. Chart Our condolences are offered rose High.! This will probablybe will be announced! later. of Jarksonvllle, entertained, This means that you ran "play the field"

,........ ami. the last that (Mel roue PERSONALS "
1 MtoTsB Bridge McOlave. Mr. and Mrs. Bud to the family. year Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Tonga (a compare values right and left check all "deals,
:tt .. .hWtotfvrMTT Duplicate MlzeU. Mr. and Mrs. Roy will have a high school, as Loury Hughes Jr.. grandson I
Kent Reese, who made his recent brldo and groom) witha to get the best value. Wherever or whatever you
.t.. TtWOMllit. I Winners of the IMelrose Turknett.: Mr. and Mrs. home with Col. and Mrs.' plans era underway for a consolidated of Mrs. Ethel Weyman, picnIc Sunday. Twenty-one

'. PUatj: A mm TMM toi Duplicate Bridge Club last Chester Moody Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ches lngton, left last high shoo to be Is making a short visit! here friends enjoyed the affair. I buy, you can finance your purchase at the lowest

oM. from. NU>i Shade TTM. 'week were: lat place, Mr. Ray Fan-to Mr. and Mr.. Thursday! to report for active built *f' Interlachen. It Is prior to entering Marine Officers Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Smith'. possible cost on the most convenient termS;
......_ & 1Aa-'" Roland Bryan and Mrs. W. Bill Beam. Mr. and Mrs. duty with the UJS. Navy In scheduled to open in the. fall Candidate School at and son, who are frequent right here.
1?kat& AH to entalaer* J. Oroliclc; 2nd place :Mrs. : I
Buck Rutledge and? UTr and Great Lakes, 111. Aft.' completing of 1048. Quantico, Va. His home Is visitors of the Lucky Lutgens,
'H.nt anytto*b ca-i Gay Livingston and Mrs. Ray Mrs. Everett Fox. The guests his 9-weeks of basic In Houston, Texas. are moving back to Gaines Begin your car shopping by stopping In to

,alnUeaa.M Starnea:.3rd place, Mrs. Paiey enjoyed a cook-out and dancing. training, Kent will be home Mrs. Bertha Kelly of Brooklyn ville, from North Carolina. get all the facts and figures about our auto loans I
de M r, Boyd and Mrs. John Strawn BIGHT POINT) for the
J for a 15-day leave. THE N. Y. and Mrs. Sadie Mrs. Smith Is Mrs. Lutgen's You'll be glad you did{
Pbi.. M-S1W and Mrs. B. A. Allen and Mrs. Com ho
the way 7write.
Miss Kathy: McOlave, who Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wharton Sherman of Olendale. L. I. sister

CARS 3. P. ::Foster, tie. was ,Injured last week while entertained friends from and sclent your favorite E8- I are guests of Mr. and Mrs. (Mao and Betty McGowan and COME IN GET' ACQUAINTED
Mr. and Mrs. W. 3. GroIIck horseback riding at Camp; Gainesville with a cookoutand TERBBOOK fountain pen. M. A. Schroeder, son, and Jack and Lou Miller I

were boats I Sunday honoring Xmmokallee, Is a patient at swlwmmlng party at and children I
'Hanla Used Cars Mr and Mrs. William Walz camped out near
the newleywed.' ,oMr and Mr. Alachua General Hospital. She their home on Lake Brooklyn A CUMlfled At In the TELEGRAPH have! returned from spendingsix Switzerland, and shrimped and i KEYSTONE STATE BANK '

IG CASH DISCOVNTTRM Sammy" Tong of Gainesville. will' probably be In the hospital last Sunday afternoon. Guests bring reran : weeks with, relatives in crabbed over the weekend. Lou

About 20 guests enjoyed swim- for an additional two Included Al Crippen and his New Jersey, their former says they got six or eight I Member F.DJ.C Keystone Height. Fla.

81CILTRADJ: mfnff skiing: and picnicking: or three weeks so please beIIU1"e date, Peggy TUlman. Lee A".a.t&ble Vinyl Bee.V.eFl. home, and New York. pounds of shrimp, and piles ,

iis.1otW at the Grolick home.. to drop her a line for Scruggs and date. Albertine All ***. SO eente.ea.t Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ilaber- of crabs. Jack's foot started "Your Friendly Bank In "Your FrienJJy;
IM<< n-'IL Church News better yet why don't you atop Donaldson and E. B. Sapp Tbe Telegraph. stroh and Slaughter. Marcia bothering him so he couldn'tdo Community.

ThWSC3 of the Melrcse by the hospital for a sfhort [Continued on tuat page] I recently attended the marL much crabbing. The Mill-



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Farmers Cautioned To Certify I Police Puzzle Johns Commend men can travel thousands of Chapter: Unfortunately>; : '! die" flzed! .jtotlf 400 chares. of AIRPARK BAPTIST TralnlnB Union. 7 p. m Evening -
miles with, no worries.! has not beeri aftle to locatea common stock at $100 per m.1 I Service 8 p, m.-Rev.
ASC Guard Training Before each trip, it's a complete list of all past- share. IncorporateGeorge] : Sunday School, 10 a. pastor..
Over 4 B-E's Conway
Balloting Envelopes 'I Lacy
: ; At BlandingIn good Idea to make a routine presidents !bat if sun dbih Kopelousoa, and !Nell TucHter; '!Morning\ Worship 11 a. m'
check of the trailer, says the research for the necessary both of Starke, and James S.
Farmers were reminded today envelope. ,Farmers are cau- Nothing Taken a letter to Gov Claude Evinrude; Boating' News Service information.If Wer how of Gainesville. Filed .
of a very Important partof tioned not to enclose any other Kirk dated September 6, Sen. The safety chain should any of our readers Sept. 1, 1967.
the election process for material. Also they should not Police are puzzled .tf fourB Charley E. Johns expressed be (Inspected to be sure It Is should have records or any
Agricultural< Stabilization and write on. the :plain envelope.This Sc E's Sunday nigh and thanks for having the Florida properly secured so aa to information concerning the IN MEMORIAMIn I AnnouncingPREVIEW
Conservation (ASC) county assures the secrecy of Monday morning in which National Guard train at Camp keep the trailer behind the elected officials and other!\ of Mr. T. M.:
committeemen especially where their vote. locks and window were broken Blending 'this summer, and car in the event It should interesting' data, related .to : memory
ballots are mailed in to the The plain envelope should to gain entrance but voiced hope for a continuation come loose from the hitch. this topic, Mra. Murrhee: FInley who passed away Sep-
tember 14 1966.There's .
ASCS county office. In Brad- then be put inside the en- nothing was stolen. of this program.In Although the average boatman !:- Would be most appreciative If MEETING OF
ford County the deadline for velope with the statement Two locks were found at his letter to the Cover* will probably never experience ;you would contact 1.er at an open gate at the
returning ballots in the ASC the buck This statement Is I Food Pair on South Walnut nor, John' said: "As I know this, It Is an excel- 473-4264:! or you can leave end of the road through
election is Friday, Sepf. 22. certification that the ballot each..must go alone There'sa
a lent'safety
Street but the culprits went ;you are directly responsible for precaution.Most the literature at the schooladministration CARNEGIECOURSE
Mrs.! June Chapman, County: was marked by the farmer ,no further according to Asst. the National Guard remainingIn boatmen make it a ; ,. building; light we cannot see, our I DALE
Father claims Beyond
own. -
Office points out personally without undue influence
Manager Police Chief Ken Fuqua. Florida and training at practice to release the ten- On ThursdaY' evening
that two envelopes have been by any person. The when one more lock would 'Camp :Blandlng, I, and all of sion on the winch rope and Sept. 21; a combined PTA finds the happiness gate our loved rest.one I
mailed with the ballots sent envelope should then be mailed ana
I the business people of Bradford tie-downs when the boat! and:
have given access to the en- meeting and reception will be
and there is comfort in the,
to all eligible voters of record or otherwise delivered to the tire store.A i County, as well as the trailer are not being used. held at the' Keystone Heights ,
thought that loving God
In the county office. One envelope ASCS county office. counties, want to Before starting' a trip, remember a
screen door was torn and surrounding School Cafetorium at 8 rat SEPT. 25 IN THE
p. knows best. Sadly missed I MONDAY
Is plain and the other "Be sure to sign this statement 8 P.M. ,
thank for making it to.cure the tie-
door was jimmied! at Tastee you possible Mrs. Ray Farris publicity
:hasa statemet printed on Che on the the back of the by wife and children. |I BLDG. AT THE
Freeze on North Temple! Ave. for this money to be downs and tighten the winch chairman, reports that the CIVIL DEFENSE
back which the farmer needsto outside envelope, Mrs. Chapman .
giving access to the entire spent in the State of Florida. meeting will be relatively
sign. A witnessed mark will urged. "1f It Is not rope.A LEVEL BAJrmST I FAIRGROUNDS.EVERYONE .
place but apparently nothing Governor, it helped the econo- visual check should be short lit order to devote more
also qualify as a signature.The signed, the ballot will not be was touched Fuqua s-svs. myo f this section of Florida made to see that all keel and time to the reception for Sunday,. School. ID aa. m
ballot nhounld be marked considered as a vote. And we A window was broKen In and we taxpayers are very hull supports are in place. welcoming teachers to the Morning :Worship 11 ... fo, ATTENDING WILL RECEIVE A
and sealed Inside! the plain want eligible\ '
voter's certainly ballot to every count In the buck of Stanley Noegel's Auto grateful for this 'shot in the Also check the trailer lights community Pre-Servlces (Booster: band FREE COPY OF DALE CARNEGIE'S, BOOK &
election." Sales on North Temple Ave., arm'." to see that they are operating Clay County School Board Your People, and Pray AN AMAZING MEMORY' DEMONSTRATION
but nothing was reported Johns expressed hope that properly. Keep the rollers Members, Supt. Jesse P. Ty-' Service], t p. m. Evenln% WITNESS

yt..VVVVYVV..vTTHERESSA missing and a warehouse behind the Nat'lonal Guard would con. and winch properly lubrica- nes, ministers in the area; Worship, 7 )I. m. Midweek .,
the drink stand at tinue to train at Blanding ted and repack: the wheel and! all elected officials, have aervice. Wednesday, 7:30: p -SPONSORED BY ROTARY CLUB.
SELECTIVE Bobby Lewis' Texaco :station each year, and added. : "I understand bearings according to the been extended! an Invitationto
Ave "ntered the men who were manufacturers recommenda attend m.-.Rev. D. L. Ramsey INC. .
SERVICE on Temple was reception. A pee- p&a-j :\. INSTITUTE, ? ;
By Linda Crawfordaa.AUUSta..A..ur. but nothing taken out there were well pleased tions. lal invitation. is also extended to!:. .. .
"Maybe somebody! 1 Is Just with the camp and want to It's a good idea to usea to all residents of our. t "
.. Questions AnswersQuestion giving us a hard time." Chief return next year. Anythingyou frame hitch rather than a community. '" 11
Who establishes Fuqua says, nothing that will do to return the men bumper hitch 'when pulling a It Is hoped that ail of our x ., ,
Hope Baptist Church : police have a total of 488 to Camp Blanding during your boat trailer. Anotfher piece of residents will be In attendance -I ,
moral and phy-
Sunday School, 10 a.ra.; the mental, Into doors to check every night. four years In office will be equipment that will offer ad- to welcome both the
alral standards for entry out In the sun
Morning Worship, 11 a.m.; the Arulod Forces? greatly appreciated. vantages is an outside rear new .and. returning; teachers,': ,GET i
In similar letter to Gen. view mirror on the car.: and to ;
Training Union, 6:30 p.m.; Answer: Mental moral and Art AssociationTo a show that we recognize .
Evening Worship, 7:45: p.m.; standards for acceptance McMillan, Johns; said ". we With these simple/ precautions the Importance of the I I
Wednesday Night Prayer physical are prescribed by Meet Sept. 21 needed this money to be spent there will be no needto school within th communIIty. J.. When YOU'wlsh-
with at home more than at Camp when the road .
Service, 7:30: p.nu, choU worry: on .1
the Secretary of Defense. Mrs Jean Trammel], well 1 \
( ractice afterwards.PERSONALS the !Stewart, Ga. Incidentally, they with, ,a }boat trailer.!\ As an ,.
examinations Question Who to conducts determine known artist who maintains a 'will not even serve our Florida added safety measure) how Goodwill Story i .r. .i ;' but BANK quicklyand .
: studio at Orange Park, will : .
In the ,
and Mrs. G. K Craw- individual's acceptability? I, orange Juice ever, it's always good Idea II
And family, attended a an I conduct a program on Creative Station In Georgia, so let's to check the hitch. winch.; Told To Group I .'.. t. .' !
Away Dinner" given Answer: Personnel under Art at the Bradford County keep our money In our state. safety chain and, tie-downs. Last Friday 0 most comfortably-
Crawford's brother, the jurisdiction of the De- Art Association meeting Thurs- "I sincerely hope that now when stops 'ere: made along i .
, Crawford, /who left Satifternoon partment of Defense. .day night, Sept. 21. I the practice has 'begun, the the way. I. :
for Brigham Question: What are are respective The meeting will be held 'boys will continue to train at The Goodwill story was told ::1 I :. use our quick, convenient
University, In Provo areas of responsibility at 8 p.m. in the Civil De- Camp Blanding each year," _I by William G. relations !
ji .vlsio attending the dln- In connection with Induction fense buildIng at the Fairgrounds Johns added.ZipAList. rector of community
41' were Mr. and Mrs. Ron- .: of personnel Into the and all members and KEYSTONE for Goodwill Industries of Drive-In Teller
ald '-law-ford, of Orange Armed Forces of the United prospective members of the Kits HILITESFr North :Florida, at a coffee I
Park. States? ,Association are Invited to at .... held in Holiday Inn last: Fri-
:Mrs. Harrell Driver, of Yu- Answer: Congress prescrlb- tend. Will Be Sent day morning. Window Service I Il
J. C. Hesters the liability Selective It was announced that
lee, and Mrs. t ; To P. O. Patrons
of Fernandina Beach visited Service System determines STRAWBERRY CO-OP!' Preceding Page] Goodwill Industries will have

Mrs. O. L. Crawford Sunday availability; and the DePart- DUIKJCTORS TO MEET i Local resident will have and date. JUlllan Ford. the grand opening of the'I ,..ansr
Afternoon. While Mrs. Driver ment of Defense decides! acceptability. I monthto Starke retail! outlet at 9 a.m ,
Directors of the Bradford an opportunity this Alec Livingston, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Heaters were visit Strawberry Cooperative will put ZIP Into their mall, and MrS ''Oay- Livingston of Friday, \eept. 13:, at 333: N.

ing Mrs. Crawford, Rev. J. meet Tuesday, Sept. 19, at 9' o according to Starke Postmaster -I Nelson's Point, was )in Deer- Temple Avenue.
C. Heaters, Rev. Hiirrell CARD OF THANKS p.m. at the Starke State Farmers T. C Hazen Jr. field Beach, last ....weekend The meaning of the Goodwill -
Driver and Mr. Crawford took Market. Topics for discussion visiting! Miss Susan Hunt and rehabilitation programwas
The family of Martha A. During the last r.klf of Illustrated by the
the children sightseeing.Q. will be additional cool family. Alec was also at Boca showing
Hazen deeply appreciate and September the post office
of a film, "A Chance," which
I* Crawford a ]licensed thank Dr. P. O. Felon and er space for use by the Cooperative will deliver to every house Raton where minister\ conducted, revival'services all neighbors and friends for during the 1903 holder a kit of eight postal for h.Ia..Junior. yearat clubs In this groups or
at (Long Bridge Baptist Strawberry season, and the cards which :Florida Atlantic. area. IIi
cards visits food and can be malted( Edward Heist, of
Church last week. Sun- employment of a manager- John Allen !Is home for a president
ers extended to us at our back to the post office with I the Goodwill board of direct i
day afternoon there wa din- bereavement. Caudle Hazen salesman. A representative: of addresses needing Zip codes ylalt with! his mother, Mrs. I
ors, said "Rehabilitation
ner on the grounds and a Ole State Department of Ag- )Lena: Clemens, of Hlllcrest.
Mullen Albert Hazen, Harley Each completed card will" be to be understood all
sing afterwards Hazen Vivian :Witt Irene riculture is expected to attend sent to the post office which Friends of Mrs. Marge that more of the by so i
There will be a gospel sing Perrin Owen Hazen, David the meeting. services the "zlplass" address Tracy will be happy to,learn handicapped
held at Highland Baptist Hazen. and the proper code will be that she has recuperated very among us may receive the'
Church Saturday night, Sept BETOEL BAPTIST CIIUKC1- added before the form Is returned well from recent surgery, and J chance they need to live indignity FLORiDAr I IOne
16, at 7:30: pm. Everyone Is to the sender.! The Is now convalescing at the being txpayers" Instead -
invited.If the Sunday School 10 a. m cards require no postage. home of her niece, Mrs. Paul tax-takers. .
, has Morning Worship, 11 a. m Each of the eight cards In P. Holl, in Pittsburgh, Pa. ::.BrH'.K '
anyone news "
any ill
way you write Come evening!: Worship' 7:30: p. m NEW!: CORPORATION\ 1 .S'T'At'K'E I ]
We received
the news from : !
they /would like published, and select :your favorite ES- Prayer MeeUag. 7:30: p. IB kit will contain a message CHARTERED HERB .
Harold Stutton that his sonLee
please call 473.4812 before encouraging the
Tuesday. TERBROOK fountain pe.. Wednesday. Rr. W. 1 use of ZIP codes A ninth Is Improving daily, andit Secretary of State Tom of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group .

Newmans, pa ter. card will contain instruc' 13 }hoped that he wUl be Adams has announced the ,.

---- .tions. All will be folded together able to return home shortly.We chartering of Garden Restaurant -I Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
like a closed acCordIon certainly < with perforations:: between recovery. I
each form. In Addition WOMAN'S GOLF
TO THE PEOPLE OF another separate card will be Last Thursday the l ladiesof : I
delivered along with the kit the Keystone WGA In the form on a reminder of their first event for ire new '
the' local ZIP code.It year with a shot-gun t. STARKE YOU
is expected that about ment. This was also a
10 million of the ZIp-A- NASSAU tournament, which
LIST cards will be In the means In the 18-hole group
mails during the peak periods/ there are three,winning positions -
Thanks for the large voteI and they will be handled essentially recorded. Vesta AIken,
as ordinary post was winner of the front 9; I
cards with no burden or dislocation Vedma Menzen, of the back
I received in the Sept. 12 of service. 8; and Freda Wyman, president BEIIEUE.
j The ultimate result will be of WGA received first-
an Improvement in service as place! honors for the overall .
Election. ZIP codes are the base upon 18 holes. In the 18 hole ,
4I which the modern postal croup, Eva Hall had low .;
service is being built. "How- putts. I .
ever more widespread useage In the 9-hole tournament, .
I .
of the five digit zip code is Thelma Wallace had low nee Only
I necessary for peak efficiency and Joan Wright had low I $10950INCLUDING
all the
sincerely hard work
appreciate ," Postmaster Hazen said. putts. I
Persons) desiring more kits Following the tournament, HANDSOME CARRYING CASE
than those delivered to them 36 participants and guests attended -
everyone did for me. may obtain extras at the a business meetingand
local post office. luncheon at Mrs. Jim I
Zowarka's home. I II ;
I On I Thursday, Sept. 14, For this 'r

Thank You Hag Tournament will be a.//

at the Keystone Golf Course WORLD'S SMALLEST ELECTRIC
with tee-off
time set from
BOBBY BIGGS 8:30: to 0:30.: .
On. Thursday, Sept.,21, the ADDING MACHINE t" ',, L

(Pd. Pol. Adv.) North Central Florid WO-I
I man's "golf-a-rounoV will beheld .
: at our course,. with! Adds
r rf
Mr. eight ,different cluba participating : r
in the 'events. Thursday -/ Subtracts 4

,.Sept. 14, Is the deadline r

, Congratulations to Mr. Billy Noegel and for Club members to sign-up of the Keystone for this' Multiplies

Mr. Tom Nolin. Jai ''V. I tournament.On Thursday .Sept. :V8. the; 'Credit Balance. a

I annual I Grandmother's'

Even though I was defeated I will always I 4I Tournament Redfearn Trophies''with the, wiB Katby be I', TOTALS TO 999,999.99 VAt :9s.

By Lynn Hamilton held at the Keystone ClUb.
strive to have the best
government possi- President :Freda Wyman I
reports that next
month the

ble in city county, state and nation, for One BEFORE of the EACH big reasons TRIP for tried shot-gun again tournamentwill at' the be,I Last! A Portable Electric'. Adding Machine With The

I !believe this is what makes our nation ,',I In the outboard ever Increasing boating Interest is the monthly All-ou-d luncheon. -meeting.I t Touch, Speed Heavyweight, And: Keyboard Machine.Arrangement. Of A

equipment Itself. Manufacturers All members
I' eneouiagedto
strong and prosperous. I am very grateful work constantly at participate'in this event.
Improving their products so PTA NEWS APPROVED AND ENDORSED BY
for the great amount of voters who came as to make them more dependable The 1967-68 school year PROFESSIONAL

I, and appealing.! Boat marks the 20th anniversary PUB IC ACCOUNTANTSCBOOKKEEPERS

to the polls, and especially thankful for ', trailers are a. good exampleof for .the Keystone Ilei&hU .
.thJe. TriUerlng has become PTA chapter, according to
all who fit so easy and convenient Mrs. Jennings Murrhee, cur- Compare With Machines
saw to vote for me.Sincerely I: that even many of those people rent president of this organ Costing Twice As Much!

fortunate enough, to belocated ization. With the assistance
on the water are of other members in the SEEING IS BELISVING

winging ,to trailer boating community and this organ
I I because of the advantages! It aatlon. Mrs. Murrhee has
WILLIAM E. OWENS : offers With .a good boat been moat active In' compU- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

.trailer, properly balancedand ing literature concerning! the .
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Tntm I\v. SEPT. U. 181( ,
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HT/\fl.JJJ. Fr.muU\ IIIF.CTfON' ::1-T .", (:.I! Tffltn;

-Rev.Faith Presbyterian;t Church School 9:10: ajn. "Holy; BUdiarist. at St. Anna'* ii.oopsI j I BRADFORD COUNTY TEtB-! NotlrOf. Apnllpntloaj For Tai>rI f By B'ulnh M. Moody,
; R. Neale Jr., min \ 8 a.m each Sumday Church. Kcyatoa 'IlKl>ta Florida Star Enters 5th Year GRAPH. fleet Deputy Clark
I ister Mr*. W. A. Wallace organist Evening prayer 7:30: p.m. "'. Dated this let day of AuiCIIAKUD8 .S a.... 1B4.1H, F C.Notice 8/31 4t21
; Mrs. Carl u.e. e7. la hereu, given that _
Swlaher each tCYC
Sunday. 6:30:
p.m: A. DARBY, Mr. T, J. Alderman the holderof
summer organist. each -BaptistWcxnebip Clark of Ct.. Circuit Court. ; In Tae Court Of The C..".trliidal :
Sunday. the following certlflcateahaa
St. William'. Sunday. Sunday School.! 9:48: ajn. enrloea : Bundaj> With 4 Teams Top Contenders Sty .J3eulah M. Moody filed said certificates for plnvlilnExtnto., Bradford. Cuualr. .UtauieOf
Deputy Clerk. at." deed to be lasued thereon.
Mas 7:30: a. m. Wednesday, MornW Worship H a.m. Dally offices of Morning 11 a: m., 7:30: p. m. (nunsry (SEAL) The certificate. numbers Of Malcolm. TownallNOTK'HJ

MaN and Novena 7 p.; m. Sunda:;. (Nursery open both and Evening Prayer 8:00: a.m. open). 117 4t 9tiNell. and years of Ismiance, the description TO CREDITORS
hours.) and 5:00: The Florlia -.--. of the property and 'r All Cr..Utor. And Pereonairavin
p.m. Sunday School. :>::43 a. m. : Star Conference close battle aU season.7h Clalma Or Demand
In which It
.. the namea waa aaaeaaed -
Community Church Rev. Episcopal -LutheranLutheran Cnurscav open]. Tntlratoc Tv continues to grow 1 in Pala.tk Braves, who Of Appllrallaa Deed For' laS are aa follow.: Aicalnvt Said JSetate:

Leon F. Mllner minister. Mrs. St Anne's Rev. W. W. lon, .:30 p. m. (msTMry OPKI) size power, and popularity S suffered their ,worst season .e Church of Keystone 1965.D..rlptlon notified' and roqulrAden
Canova. organist. Mrs. orstall, Vicar.Morning each year the seven-team in almost I la hereby given that
George \ Heights Vicar Richard JUv. Lawrence Carroll as a decade, winning Mr, oJi.o.J.I Alderman i the kold.reC of Property COMat present any claims and ...-
wniUam Warren Secretary. : Prayer and Ser I Meyer ; pastor.BROOKER. league starts Its fifth :year of only four and losing six may the following certificate. N10 CORr of 4E4 of NEVi mtknd which you, or elthar of I''
Sunday School. 9:40: a. m. ;mon. 2nd and 4th minister. operation this season under be the dark horse for the haG filed said certificate. fora run S 9<4 Ft. for a FOB Hun yon, may have against the Km-.
Sundays W 299 Ft. 8 187 Ft. El! 399! Ft. tots of Malcolm Pownall d -
Divine tax deed to ba laaued thereon.
Morning WorshIps U >v m. 1 9:30>: ajru (nursery open.) I worship. Sunday 11a. ] & l the leadership of head coach 1987 season, end two new- Tha certificate numbers N 124 Ft. To POD SKC 34-T- orwaed. late. of said county to

Nursery' at 11 a. m. service Holy Eucharist and sermon m. Holy Communion *IM and athletic director >>UlBennett I corners Orange Park, and and years c-f tuauanca, the daacrlptlon 8-8. n-22-E ((1 Acre) the County, Judge of Bradford
Name In which aaeemed.. Al- Cntinty at his office* In theCourt
of the and
only. let and 3rd Sundays; 9:30: a. Sunday of each moDtb.I of Palatka High BoHec of Jacksonville could the name. In which property It w... ...- ma Orlffla.. (! IfouBO of said County at
-Pretlb11erl8q m./ (nursery open). Church I Service held Bohool. serving! his first termas both have something to say aeaaad are aa 'OUO"' .: All of said property being Starke Florida, within six, calendar
each Sunday Commissioner. about the conference title. Certificate No. 66. Year of la the County of Bradford month from the time .of
: :. .. 1911.D.lIOrlption State of Florida. the tint publication of thin
By Joyce Stoke" The strong Northeast FlorIda The St, ,,Augustine! Yellow .u..n. of Property BEQ Unl... such certificate or lIot...... I Hcb claim or demand

...... . . V.. .:.I.:, loop has had a hand In Jackets ,wfttf were the. doormat SO' W o* HE COR of Lot U. certificate shall ba redeemed hall tate b.the In place writing and, and realdenca shall
-----------.6 naming the State Class N 100'. W 100. H 100' K 100' to accordion to law the propertydeecrlbo,1
)- A in .1b&", conference last POD SEC 29, '"-5-s, K-Z3-E. In .uch certificate or and pout office adilraaa of. the
St 9s here .' football champion each season year when they failed to wina Name In which anaaaeedHelen certificates, will be aold to the claimant and ahall h. sworn
Mr., .and Mrs. G. B.: Green since the state playoff .single tame with nine Barren. highest bidder at he courthouse to by the claimant. hln agent
door the first Mon or attorney< and Much
and Cherle All of auld property being on any
been spending system benm In Class A looses and one tie, for the In the County of Kradfurtl day In month of October, 1K67. claim' or demand not mv filed _
@ several day of their vaca- circles In 1934. season may emerge from the 1t.te of Florida. which .Is the 2nd day of October shall. be void.
IIot tion out at their lake placeon In 1905. Starke the cellar Unleaa such certificate or 1967. TUB': fr.Omt NATIONAL
won this
Lake season. With 17 uortlfloatea shall be redeemed Dated this 28th day of August "- BANkT OP JACKHONVtr.? ARxecutor .
Wlnnot. State playoff from Wauchula returning lettermen, they .according law the property, 1967.SEAL : of the Last Will and
Airman'f1st class Jimmy Cox In the championship game boast much .more experince oI..rlb..d. In inch, certificate or ( ) 'TvMtament ur Malcolm Pown-
certlflcittea Charles A Darby "II.) Deteamid
will be sold to the
and wife ;of Fairbanks".las- and In I960 repeated as State than last season and also highest bidder at the court Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford rir..t pulillratlnn on the Slit

PORTABLE TYPEWRITER, ka, are visiting: this week with Class A Champe. defeating have a hew coach. Bob :kouaa door on' the first Monday County Florida day of August. 1867.
In month of October. 1867. liy Beulah. M. Moody, D C .
Mr. and :Mrs. Tommy Cox and Plantation In the big game Goodman. which I. the Ind day of October 9/7 4t 9/28 S/Jt: 4t 9/21

family and 'with Mr. and Mrs last December to defend the ,All in all, the 1M7 edition 1917

Mack Presley and family in title.Now could easily develop into the Dated .thIs tlth day of Au.. NO'rI'Y1 TO nF.FF.liD!:
uet J987.ai&A
Lake Butler. In 1967. Starke will finest conference! race in the < : *> I. Circuit Court, llrntlfartlC

:Mr. and Mrs. Donel! Stokesof be the defending champion: state, with any one of the Charlea A. Darby, MRS.an<7. LOIS Klorldoi THrtlHKN In kaaivrrr.Plaintiff FLORIDA

Panama City spent the I end, In spite of heavy losses seven members a. potential Clark of Circuit' Court' of.- .va adoption of BDUAR

weekend here with Mrs. Al- via graduation [especially on threat. Bradfoid Bauiah County M. Moody FloridaBy D. .C. NOTICE BARIj WEHB.TO APPMAK Defendant.. .

berta Stokes, and with :Mrs. offense] 'will be gunning for The conference schedule 11./* *t JM To: James K. Webb

Donel Stokes, mother,' Mrs. their third straight champ- !In which every team must You are 'hereby notified thata THEATRE
for adoption of Edgar -
!Null* Of Aenllratloai For Tax petition
Percy Green in RaIford. ionship. lay> every other team in the D_ !Mr. and Mrs. James Rhoden A torrid, and possibly frantic family, Is so spaced that 5... I.4.la. F. a. I agaInst you In the above
and family of Jacksonville battle will be waged for Notice la hereby given that namad Court and cause and/ Shorrftina-..Weekdays T
w there is .a league game every
:; Mr. T. J Alderman the holderof you are required to serve a
were visiting !Mr. and. Mrs. W. the 1067 championship In week for 11 straIght weeks the following cartlfliatea. copy of your anewer 01 plead. Sunday 300. Saturday 1
H. lucks and family Sunday the Florida Star which many starting Friday Sept. 15. haa filed said' certlflcatea for a log to the complaint on the
tax: deed to b. laaued thereon.The I'lulntlffs Attorney Hon. Lax:
It does so much j last 'week. believe to be the strongest when Bolles plays at Palatka certificate numbers and' Green IiItark.\ Florida and file FRIDAY SATURDAY
awea..a Robin and Suzanne Welch of Class A confereno In the and Lake City plays at years of issuance, the dancrlp- tha \ In the office of SEPT. 15, 16,
but costs so little Lake 'Butler spenf Friday with atate. At least four teams tlon of the property. and the the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
Orange Park to -open the namaa In which It was or before. the 18th day of
U. a. Mrs. Emma Lou Tomllnaon will be In the thick of the season. are .aa. followa* annealed Heptember. 1967 : otherwisethe Double Feature Program

and family.Mr. fight for the conference Certificate No-. 197. Year of all"Batlona' of said Complaint -
The complete conference Ie,"uanoe 1965.Dpueriptlon will be. taken a. con- COLUMBIA -I.-I.5
S .
$ and Mrs. David Fusses crown. .
feaitnd by you.
schedule of Property liEU
19 and family were visiting Mr. The Lake City Tigers were : at SB COR of SE" of NR14\ This' notice shall be published =41 S CIIgP4
15 Sollea at Palet-I
and Mrs. John Henry SurrencyIn runners-up In the conferencelast Sept. Run N 0'IT 80' 8 HO' B] "O- to one each week for tour

case _ _ _ Gainesville Sunday.Mr. season. losing only to Park.ka; lake City. at Orange FOB.Name SKC In S8-T-8-S.which R-il-H aaaeaiwd 2 consecutive ford Coulltyr.I.gr.ph.weeka In the. Brad. ,

S Tinted this ,Ifith dluv of AUfT- .
and Mrs. Mack Herndry the undefeated but once-tied Evelvn- Jnhn- -nn. -- -
Sept. 22-St. Augustine at All of nut, 11107.SEAL' :
aald property being In
Ragged.JVith are vacationing this week In Tornadoes. This year, with the County ....f Bradford. ( ) '
.., Lake City; Live Oak at Boles. State SIorby
6J Nashville, Tenn. their fast backfield Intact of Florida.Unleaa. CHARLES A. DARBY.
d' Mrs. Dewey Stokes and from last season, the Tigersare such certificate or Clerk ot the Circuit Court
Sept. 29 -orange Park: at certificates' ahall he redeemed
mother Mrs. Hall of Jackson expected!! to be strong ,
according law the property
Bolles Starke at St.
UtJ/JtJreJ1fht"&dpn'l ie vllle, were visiting; :Mr. and contenders If their line replacements : Augus- described In such certificate or

,.. Mrs. Leroy Stokes Sunday can fill the shoes tine.S Oct. ft Bolles at Lake hlcheat certificate bidder will be at sold tha to court the I may

afternoon. of All-Conference: Donnie house door on the flrnt. Mon.

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hicks Williams and Steve Chamberlain City.Oct. day In the month of October, save you up to '
13- Orange Park at 1917. which I. the and day of t
and family were the weekend who graduated. ,,_ October S

many important.features of Royal office typewriters! I guest of Mr. and Mr. Wilson The Tigers' stiffest competition Live PalatkAl Oak l :St.Starke Augustine at Bolles.at nut llated,: 1987.: thla 1957.Uth day of Auo lit S ::v.r

,Russ and family in Apopka. however.., expectd to 'Oct..' 20Palatka at Htarke: (SEAL) $125
I Mr. and Mrs. Shurley Tel come from Live Oak. which Charles A. Darby '
-c Full-size! keyboard stone were visiting Mr. and finished third last season Orange Park at St S Augus Clerk, of Circuit Court of (It'' ..") PLUS -

I I '* Pleasant, light Royal "touch" Mrs. Elwood Hester and family with a banner 7-2-1 record tine.S 27-st. Augustine| tt"Oct. at Bradford By Baulah County M. Moody Florida n. C .

in Gainesville Friday. and crowned their season bytying 9/7 4t 9/28 financingand "
I ; II Wide
writing line We to learn that S the Tornadoes. The Bolles; Live Oak at Otarke. .
I _' ,* Roll sorry Nov. 3Orange Park at !Notice' Of Appllratloe Vor' Tnt iiuclcljnig!
[ II 'n Ready Paper Feed: Mrs. Maftie Barry Is seriouslyill Bulldog team, is thin In Live Oak Palatka at Lake tired insuring

I ?i *. Quick-Set at the home of her daughter numbers, but to powerful In ; ..... .....111. F.. !I. 9IoiIng unal
margins in Halnes We do hope quality with halfback and City.Nov. Notice la hereby given that.
City. yournextcar
10-. Palatka ft Live Mr T. J. Alderman, the holderof
I t I I Retractable paper support that she will have a speedy co-captain Andy Cheney a Oak Lake City at Sta.rke.Nov. the following. certificate ?'
time ; has filed said cortlflcatea. fora '.
dangerous runner every Ask me about the State
!_ j I 2-color ribbon Also Mrs. Nadine' Stokes he gets the ball. The team Is 17- Palatka at St. tax deed to be issued. thora- Farm Car Finance Plan I I
_J has been a patient In the Augustine Starke at Orange on. The certificate numbers
; for used can.leeae cLcNgscPIR.EIEzilm
Guaranteed new or
for 5 years Alaohua General Hospital. expected! to give Lake City a and yaara of issuance, the daarrlptlon I

Park. of the property and -...< *',n..sa C .lecrf. tent !hi
I dl9j! !by 1m M
.s-YiAR but is now home and doing Nov. 23 Thursday' the namea In which It was ..- r rA
GUARANTEE. Royal Typewriter Company Inc. aaeaed. are aa follow.: UNIVERSAL PICTURE
guarantees Live Oak at Lake City. 1
Certificate No 41. Year of
replacement at fine.Cindy
of no charge other than labor and ship and Kathy Overturf FIRE REPORTOne All conference games will laauance 1952.Description C-T-OSBBM. .\..H7.TJI11TTWILLIAMS_uu _

S. ping. any defective part (except rubber parts, ribbons, or _._ .. of.. Jacksonville spent the start at 7:30: m. of Property 1 A r
parWMamaTJea ty accident or misuse) within five years of "fire "with two "acres SQ In 8W. COH of -5W(> j jr .
purchase. No labor weekend with their grandpar of BHHi 2 8ICO 14. T-S-3.. Jl-22-.
charge wltfiln first 90 u 17 18 19
days. Guarantee enta Rev. and Mrs. Lonnie burned was reported by the B (1 Acre) ;; ,
cover only the original
purchaser. Florida Forest Service In Brad- Notice Of Application. Vat' Tax" Nam. In which aaaeaaedModern : -
u_ Home* Conutr. Co. 117 N.
We happy to welcome ford County during the past 8.... IIM.18. .... 8. Allor said property being "a ITI1Es1YM.ENTJNE's
Stop in. See it. Try it. Youll love the spirited new Boyalitef are Miss week. Since Jan. 1 there hav Notice S/ S III Heroty Given, that In the County of IlradfordState f's WalnutPh. : DAlIMASSAeAE
to Joy .
our community: Mr. T. J. Alderman, tha hold.rof of Florida.Unleaa '
100 fires acresburned
been .uoh certificate. or
Justin of North Joy the' following csrtif teat.
a* compared with 71 haG tl1.d. said certificate for oertlfloatea ahall he redeemed. 1A 961-5391 !
is the sister of Mrs. Horace '
according to law the property
and 451.6 burned a taS d"tfld to be Issued thereon.
fires acres
stokes. Jr. and is making her the certificate number described In such certificate or
Also Full Line of Portables
home here !WIth them. She !to during the same period last and year of issuance, the daattrlp4lon certificate will be aold to thehighest
of the property, and bidder at the courthouse
year. I
a Freshman at Bradford door on the flratMonday
the nama In which It was cc-
County High. Rainfall reported during the .....ed are aa followaf In month of dortob.r.. I sTall ftA.'A.
past week: New River, none: Certificate No. 82. Year ot 1987 which I. lbS In STATE FARM
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sorry to hear that Oene Iieuanoa 1965.Dencription October. 1987. I[' I
Melvin baa a sprained ankle. Highland 8.2; Santa Fe. .7 of Property N Dated thle 21th day of Auvuat

hope he will be able to play Inch. County average, .73 Inch. 150'440', of of Nflor S 100'\ of 8W R nOd 4 )hOC of |W 8, (8HXAX.. 1HU7.) lesv.Aa1J! MUTUALMTOSOSILINIUINCtCOMPllT

in the first football rame. -8, R-23-B S Charlie A. Darby.
Nmrrie In which ("....... Jim Clerk of. Circuit Cnurt of I Home OMfcatBtaomhnrlon.Illinois
Cummings S Bradford' County Florida Cii
I TUB BIGHT POINT letway the AJ1 of said property being In By JBeulab M. Moody, D. C. p 52 S I*0Don't

y_ write. Gene M sad the. County of Bradford Utatoot 9/7 4t 9/28

alec. .* JW favorite. ) JG.8ftJI. .. Unless;riorlda.. aooh certificate' .- or --

BROOK *._.... .... TLL-: eertlflcHtaa hall be radaamedawoordlnc I

GRAPH.STARKE. to law the property I Get Carried Away
described In sucK certificateor .

the artlflcata hlchant will bidder be at cold the to 301
The Ultimate in Portables rourt houae door on the lira 5

Monday 1067 hllo':. month la the.Snd of October day.oi/

October, 197.
Dated this 18th day of Au.- DRIVEINS
list, 19D7.
(DEAL) .
S BUSINESS Charlae A. Darby,
Court o f
Clark of Circuit
.. .. . .: .' D. O.n .
t ".'. By Baulah H. Moody

; SMITH-CORONA. Adults 73e: Students 60&
.IUDG re'
TUB! rowwTir

: : (f. J ONAe.FERS YOU : also known aa N. L.
Sl\Unl-CO SEPT. 15 16 17
AT HOME-by ,
-__' ;: ASSURANCES KNIGHT., And a. MRS. D. J8 Chemical Co.
; Earl Garage KNICIHT Deceaaed. .
a'5 Here's a perfect example of'Smith- NOTICE CREDITORS Double Feature Program

"i Corona's master crafUmanship! A com ALL KINDS OF .All persons heving claimS or
0usges I
J elecuio built into a band .- AUTO REPAIR WORK demandS acalaat the estate of 539 E. Call St.
11 plate typewriter -7h9 fro going S'Laugha.mJnutel< <
J :, !;! convenience Lu Work Ouusrs.nteedPhase 'Thla August II-1957.uo.Lx1ndxt .
So : -
t; some portable. many i.- :: :! .
.. Inexpensive Changeable Type *M for lan -.'.,iJ, M4-7005 hollla V. Knlfht (Sr.) .
science and math Page O.ceT". --- rV,. Walnut Starfce T t'lJlI"X'.i.1I(01t|i I : S -S ..
QUAAANTEb Any 8mUh NANCV'. t; KNIGHT also IIl:2:
'\<> -Yt.i;) jeweled} main bearing. automatic! electric Corona branch: office will known .aaH.. L. KNinMT, and I Serving Florida
} ,
: ." .'. ; actions even electric shift and without chart K. KNIGHT,. da.
.' ,; 1/1 i repeat "' .08 AUTO SERVICE .as MRS, D. .
,;" Yt' t' .
,,$. : ',,;; thlpplnt. ) ant pert the required to -
I SM,,"i'.cO: RONA"" _1 for king-size jobs. prow.e da f '\\it t S yaara of purtna**data.No of Bradford County, Florida In
_ labor. .cxarao wlUilnO the County Courthouse at ... ... .. .
L1.ECtRl'fl.' _.. Standard OU Service within alx calendar .. ., .,..
; 'h 1 _ _ i day of .UIC Stotfo atarUa,Florida : I
'IPOaTAft.r. d '!. .>.,.,. _ _11_ _ _"_ !!: ( Warranty eevar all Darts ATLAS ..< [ month. from the data. of
l' !' +" I OKoaol motar, rubber heIret publication of thuiptIed ,
$ ;tl",( ';;'/ This sll-steel. vinyl-clad carrying cua \' ..art*, energy cellar TIRES b ATTlCai'4"Duellet .,or the eama will become

imJ'::"i"ti: J!t! "" "M ''!II' L Is yours st no additional charl :;.-. Ooaa ehartar not artaf eovar to dom....ye... Phone Term,*964-7071-RoW Service 3- I J T Void according law./31 4t' t/tl Mrs. Carolyn Cordially
f : l'' '
> .
"..., '' from accident or mltuao r
i..7"1'. ))1' "
>'\ ,",' _ _ _ _ I hid extends only to original 407 N.. Temple StarLHURST'S4 JHOTICB TO.nlllJPIDI'fD' itaJe'ativ.: Welcomes WAUJSNEY
:..: ( .:rt'f .. owner. IM CIRCUIT COURT BRAD-
..). '. '" l'J'AN' COUNTY VLORLDAI: Ph. 964-5812 You and Your .
complete selection .
Yes we carry a
AARON SUMNER 122 N. Bay .84. Family to Your
models colon and 31vlesiiaane1ectrictypcwriterthcspeed. SHELL' RO81B BU54NBB! .
of type Starke New Home Q aS
Ifi tree! Everything you could: want S Plaintiff.A40tt. S
Service Station
$10 Gift Certificate To ." oft RICHARD JOHN ..
DIAMOND _., : ..
Go OU Lubrication
touch. .- The State of FloridaIt
the ease that professional Graduates On Any. Defendant, ..
_ J967 Goodyear Tires Batteries' NOTICB' TO APPEAR ...
an aa in this itylish.! Smiih-Cogna./. Portable Over.. $10Q ROAD 8KJIVICHSOI : ToRlobard: 1. Diamond I* Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and Tftknlcolor*
Starke Address: Unknown .... .
__ _ _. and 100 Ton ,.are hereby nor fried that To Acqualri You With Your City., --- ---- .. ..
.a suit for Adoption of RichardJohn .. ..
METALWORK Diamond h.... baaa filed I

I (la the above aam d Court and If you are new la the area, a phone PLIJSI : ..
caaie and you are required {oarva ..

THOMPSON, plaadlntr a COPY to.of the your eennplalnta amawerof I eafl will bring you a prompt visit '

S Sheet Metal Works the PlaintIffs. Attorney TaMMCi1aiaC- :E
BRADFORD COUNTY 'TELEGRAPH Hon. ,Las Oraan ..Jtarka, FlorIda from your local hostess. Pfeaae give : C
L and file the orl.lnal In the ...
I -AH Types Metal Work- office of the Clark of the Circuit
'Court on or before the her a. call! She haa map. and many : :
Heat & Air Cond. Ittn day of September. 19S7

Systems .Installed aid otherWISe Complaint the will all.jatione be taken- of Tree, and wonderful gifts for you &(taaariiana m tm.aM-eeaCOLO*) : ,:

oonfaaaed" bY. from local btuineasea.. .
aa you.
J Rd. 16, E..-. Ph.. 964-5723 Thla notice .Shall be publleh.ed ..
opse each week for four
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!'Ri. ;8m. tit.. .9e7 BftAbtroitn rofuriT fiFLTditAtit' tiT'' ci!, noDIM 3Lc11tolr 3. ......


25 Years AgoBy ,. LEAN TENDER e 6 TO 8 LB AVG SAVE 11' PER_LB.smoked r ? -

Alice lUcGaney

More than 400 tons ofcrap
metal were shipped '
from Bradford County during /+, '
the drive beginning July 1 I,
1942 A house-to-houso. drive MV. **ti.mir! P Ir w )
was made to collect scrap 'V''' ?
metal and rubber for hio. war _
effort. f
fJ" :
} }
Foster Shi Smith new _
'principal of Bradford County
High School announced that (!!) __ '
the opening of high school T '
would be October 5. i.
In a report to The Telegraph \ -
he listed the following' LB l_ \
requirements for high school Prices Good Through The Weekend IQ.! : K _

graduation as passed by the Quantify Right Reserved fIlJ ., % I .
State Board of Education
March 24: Three units In ( )
EnglUJj. three units In Social
Studies, one of which must
be American History and !
Government; one unit i n
Mathematics; one unit In
Biological Sciences; one unit
In Home Economics for girls; PORK LOINCHOPS
one unit In Physical sciences _
above General Science for ORANGES
boys; 180-300 mlnuts a week
of Physical Education. A total -
of 16% units will be required ROLL SAUSAGE
including the above
listed. ..?...' QUARTER JUICEMORRELL /

Starke's!; first defense plan SLICED PRIDE C68C
was Hearing completion. It 39
'was\ a shop for manufacturIng PURE PORK \8. ROLL QT. J
I wood-work products for 25
the Army and Navy, by Al Hartman and ion Eddie \ it
The first contract was
for 100,000 ammunition box
es. The concrete block buildIng -
75 by 55 feet, was boated BACON WHITING II 19c .-
about where the northern
limits of the city then was COOK QUIK FROZEN 20oz.PKG.98C
and had 14 wood-working SLICED AMERICAN
machines. Plans were that
about 30.carpenters would! be CHEESE 18 69c .

New River School attendance -
was expected to be SAUSAGE LB 69C 1:
lower for the month ol Sep- ,
tember because many of the -
boys had to stay out In order "
to help gather corn \ Jr.\&\ 1 1U
"Hired help Is a thin; of the I[ .""' J.,.
past" quoted The Telegraph. I ]Jli' FOOD FAIRI ..
Fresh i ..... .u.... CHOICE! LIMIT-1' with $S.OOormoreorder. CHASE & SANBORttYOUR ..
Mr. and Mrs. H. Carl Jackson Daily I
had three sons in military :. ..lawmCUIMSTAMPS__._,__.,w.. :,
service; Seaman second I C1 ,.IM.l..IU lw./u..uru" 0 38 .
A8ct. '
class In Edward Naval Training Blake Jacksonwas Schoolat Bakery :t..eo..-........'''IN-....w..._.1.111.11..fl."...". -"-.....-.....-....:' COFFEE CA lB N t. CAN LB I

Perdue University, Sgt. W. '
I ___ .. I
Morris Jackson in the 124th .mD1------------
Infantry at Fort Bennlng: i ... i YOUR CHOICE! AJAX.;!.DETERGENT CT 48<- or FYNE TEX LIMIT 1 of your choice h\l + elylk
Ga. and Pfc. Robert C Jack- p..n. with $5.00 or more order. j "
eon in radio training at Biloxi i = CRtN.STAMKI :i

Miss. ......"...II T.:: 1111I1 r/ill ".. ._.li. DETERGENTS ;At 3 8 .
Starke Theodore saying Ooodge!"Hello"area and In FOOD FAIR --,...,-- ; .,it -:\ GT .

"Goodbye" to friends. He THIN SLICED .:, ------------Eii': lOX '. (f
had been stationed at Pert .. ...,....
but his to RAISIN ; :
Myers was on way I 1.ME.R CHANTS ; SAVE 21 c J- FOOD FAIR LIMIT 1 with! $5.00 or more orderSUNSHINE .
New York In preparation for : .ME.R iRMtN.!fTAMrf : I
.._...,. -
departure for parts unknown II2iX: 9 I.&le. .5
t .._........_....,, _..__.. I: CT.38c
:Mrs. A. ti. Alvarez enter- MAYONNA1E
tained at a family brlttiday Jc; :
1501. i "k:
dinner In honor of the 67th 27C iij-Ii 14..M1 .' .
birthday of Police Chief A. LOAF : : .
.... -
L. Alvarez. 1 Ilu ut :
Honoring her five rrand- REAL ONION i U : .III.u 1 BREADED (PIECES) ASSORTED GREENS . IT oz CAN 9c
daughters.' Elizabeth GeraldIne i .-...:.I.,; soul.. w u : .T N ,.'...
Bea and! m'.w:1
Patsy Mary ROLLS :::::::-::: : FYNE-TASTE
Lola Irene Cox, wha: were .. -
moving to South Carolina 12 lj SHRIMP: PORK &: BEANS .16 oz CAN ,,9c
:Mrs. Cox gave a lovely lawn
party. The friends Invited PKG 35 i a"+ i SAVE 6< REG.45LYBCES < .
were: Lila Ray June Peggy OF 6 c.I M.ICIWITS GREEN STAMPS._.. = .
and Frances Caldwell, Helen fM;;;-;IIIHCII.I- LB BEEF STEW .. 24 oz ,CAN .. 39c.

Whltfleld :Betty WIlliams FAIR BROWN J= r;. Q... IllT.s/N1.1N/... .. .... .... : 2 BOX 99 o .
Caroline Bradley Grace and FOOD ..>.mrf._..*.*...>,.!..fcM Mw.- .**-'....I". 0 SAVE UP TO 45* e VAN CAMPS 0 '

Sara Crews Botavla Marie Richardson Williamsand of 'N SERVE WHEATROLLS --F11 f.= LIMIT 1 with; "....or more order, o VIENNA SAUSAGE . 4 oz CANS 5/$1/
of Starke: Kenneth Tyus, -
Ennls Bradshaw Jr., and I .-...t", : SAVE UP TO 16< AIRMAIL BRAND .
JimmIe Warren.. ..i MERCHANTS CRUN.STAMPS. : 29 OZ CANS 4/$1/ ..
Mrs. J. O. Caldwell Mrs. PKG. 29 *....." .....

L Mary A. Jo Shepherd Caldwell and assisted Miss In OF 1 H ( I I t..I.:.._._O__.....4....aur.rN.._..,..............,...........:. SWEET LUSCIOUS SAVE 10* A-1 1 QUALITY LIMIT PLEASE -"

entertaining f .' -. SEE LESS BATH TISSUE . 4 ROLL PKG 19c

.. 1
l '' $1.09 ELSEWHERE .

k" x i t-1 GRAPES SCOPE_ MOUTHWASH . 12 01 |TL 57JC,
US No.1 .

: Y' II -19"C RAPID SHAVE LIME 61/2/ OZ CAN 61C .J

byAs 'COR'ZJ 1


Charley- A t. 1 0 COTTAGECHEESE : APPLES . 4 :::0' 49.


About '
"My landlord this question accidentally: LB CUP 2.9c : CABBAGE LI 6c CARROTS 2/29c/

injured a friend at a campsite (
his Homeowner I 2 LB CUP 55c ,o

Policy paid costs and .
damages. His sports equipment .
and camera were 16' .t. JAR 6, ENVELOPE' fKO. CARNATION i QUART

stolen_ his insurance KRAFT MAYONNAISE 43c IN5T. BREAKFAST 77c CLOROX BLEACH 22c
paid the loss. Does the Ee i
Charley E.Johns,, Agency t 14, ex. ,JAR 8 OK BOX KELLOGG'S 14 .t. BUG BOMB

have a Homeowner Policy HEINZ CATSUP. . 27c CORN FLAKES. . 22c REAL KILL . 87c
that la also available to 9e, *. JAR 141,4' es. e KEllOOG'S 12 es. CANS ,FOOD FAIR ASST. FLAVORS

tenants.Charley E. Johns r. pa FRENCH MUSTARD 16c !BRAN ;;'FLAKES . 35c CANNED DRINKS .. 15/$1/

131 Agency S. Walnut St. .KOSHER DILLS 39c_ REYNOLDS WRAP 32c MAYONNAISE ,. 49c
. PHONE 864-5070 t10L14j 2B es. PKO. es."CAN .ASST. 5 t0. lAG .. :.r ... .. ra ..

... : MINUTE RICE . 87c METRECAL K.IQ . 29c FLO CANE SUGAR ..,..' 49' 1


SUCAK ... 10 11 iAs $1.09 UgiiEUfeJMAU IIEAS. . .39c FLeUR . ', II c

>KO. AlSf. ___ 4-.4 STANDARD ft 30JtAN*. __41_- Il .22 w. POIfAAA ..1 :s..