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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 4, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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2nd Hew "': 'six ir- Beer Sale Casey Discloses




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: I 73,000 School





drinkers Early will morning(have to startan beer

By CaseyA their hour favorite later on beverage imbibing, Spending Deficit

but can make the loss up
second letter from the a later in the day, if a vote
!y. S. Department ofealth. by the City Council Tues

Education & Welfare ,. day night to change; the
in Atlanta has been .r ordinance regulating beer BoardTo

received b y Bradford J sales finally becomes effective.
School Supt. Tom ;Casey ML4/ 1 fi } d'k 7; L o 1

this one written June 26 Mayor Carl Hurst told the

but the superintendentsays Council it had been broughtto Ask

it still names no specific his attention that the city

areas of non-com ordinance controlling sales of

pliance.Instead, the newest letter alcoholic beverages was In
outlines element .that HEW conflict with state law and For Loan
asked that the ordinance be
Hays are required In a plan
for terminal desegregation of 'tI! 'I' changed to conform. The pre- ? Chu a s. Supt. Tom Casey dis-
sent 'ordinance sets time 'of
Bradford( school district.) It _:,.Vr a..al];i I closed a $73,000 deficit in
sale from 8 to 11'
/was written !by Elrldya W. Mc- a. m. p. m. the 1967-68 county school
Millan, chief education branch Operator Irvin Young put the county's taut Friday morning. It WOOl almost uncanny Monday through Friday and budget Tuesday July 2. to

Office for Civil nights in Atlanta new Roanoke Robot road mowing machine the way the hydraulic* ann could pivot, to to 12 midnight 'on Saturday.No the School Board and said

through Its pure fur a Telegraph reporter almost' any position to mow a road ditch or sales are permitted from $45,000 will have to be borrowed -
"I asked ;for specifics on .boulcl..r. midnight Saturday until 6 a. to pay outstanding

where we are 'out of compliance m. Monday. bills, such as teachers sal
," Supt. Casey told the State law sets the hours of aries..

Board Tuesday. "He respondedto sale from 7 a. m. to 12 mid It is. the second straight

a phone conversation not Robot Cuts It DownUndergrowth night with sales prohibitedfrom Aaron Saffun (second' ( from left) found Stnrke's new area 'vo- year 'of deficit spending for

my letter (of June 20))." He midnight Saturday. to 7 ratlonal-teclinlrul training center Impressive. as lin toured fi,,- the Board, which (had to borrow -
asked,the three board members a. m. Monday. $65,000 last year.
Illtles here Tuesday while considering f Starke IIH possible Kite
present, Chairman H. A LwwI Council approved the change The budget year ended June
I IOn, Seeber Goodman and Rodney on the shoulders ing the settled gravel undis- road The equipment 'operated and referred the matter to for a new Industry. Knowing Mr.' Sill'fan the voo-terh" renter 30.

Hall what action lie should ditches, and sides. 'of turbed and less likely to wash too well to suit one resident City Attorney George Pierceto were (from left): Ted OgleNby, director; Marlon Bishop, coor- At Supt. Casey's suggestion,

take Bradford roads won t stand a away In a rain. Vegetation on who complained when brush draw up the necessary dinator of industrial training for' the State Department of Edu- the Board voted to transfer about -

"I don't think we should' do chance against. the new Roan- the shoulders helps hold the and vines were cut in front of amendment to be formally cation: and Mlllurd' Brown, assistant. director of till training $23.000 from ,the county

anything:," !Hall replied. "We'rein oke Robot mower the County the dirt in place one residence. adopted at a later meeting. center here. current fund to Junior lien

a discussion of philosophiesthat Commission recently bought. Until now the road depart certificates, meaning that

will never end. Just follow The Robot Is a rotary mow ment has maintained. roads much can be paid with ((bond
the law" er run by a hydraulic motor by the old method:!. 'of "pullingthe Hearing Set 301 ResurfacingBids On Visit HereBradford funds borrowed against race

The .letter, which Casey: read attached to a road grading ditches." In Assault track tax funds being used to

to the Board, is as follows: machine. The long arm, also The Commlsslno traveledto build the new middle school.

"In response to a telephone hydraulically operated can Marion County to see B & E CaseA OpenedThe The Board 'originally borrowed -

conversation of June 28, witha reache into ditches onto road a Robot in operation before 1 $1.2 million pledged racing .

member of my staff (.Roio- shoulders and:!, even reach up they bought 'one. After months preliminary hearing is Impresses revenue, then went to that

ert Alexander), there follows to cut limbs of overhangingtrees 'of consideration it was finally scheduled Thursday July 11, resurfacing and widening source again for $500,000( additional -

specific suggestions covering while the grader stayson decided to purchase a Robotoutright for Robert Allan Bellamy, 18- 'of the northbound lane of building funds, the
elements required 1 in terminal year-old Starke Negro charged latter (being termed Junior lien
the road. by cash, a saving of US-301. between the Alachua
desegregation plans! for your The hydraulic pump which $1,500 over a year's. lease with breaking and entering( County, line and, Starke 'was Industry ProspectAaron certificates.. _
dUtrtct. to commit ? Casey told the Board it has
with intent a felony :
that, had
purchase
runs the mower turns up 135 agreement among projects on which; bids
,
''eur''pJan'IIMuld. Include and assault. with Intent to 1137,073 in accounts payable,
Chairman
horsepower, enabling/ the Robot been considered. were opened by the State.
the for Anderson mainly teacher salaries for
specific! plans
July
to cut small tree.. The Dave Shuford says. murder. vice
Road Department in Tallahassee Saffan president of Davina Corporation,
and
Junior and R. J. E High August. Cash 'on hand
long of the The mower was tested out Bellamy Is being held In last
arm
School which will eliminate mower operates Thursday. New York City manufacturer of women's sleepwear and (totals $94,880, leaving an act-
just like the hand of a Friday. June 28, on the Bub Bradford County Jail under Apparent low bidder on the
in
them ais Negro schools. This lingerie was Starke Monday and Tuesday making a ual deficit, after the transferof
robot: enabling the rotary Carter Road;!, north of Lawtey, $3.000 bond set by County 7.265-mlle long section of
might mean you will pair IwIth preliminary study of the area in copnection with the the $28,000, 'of $45,000.In .
.
shout the roughest grade in Judge T. A. Yawn..
blade to
in about Whitehurst Se
get Just : any highway was
'other nearby schools housingthe of his firm presenting the annual
same grades In the system position. It is manufacturedby the county, according to operator He is charged:!! with breakingInto Sons 'of Wllliston whose bid possibility establishing a branch operation financial report in rough
Irving Young. A blade a Reno place last Friday
the Harrington Mfg. Co. totaled 272008.
'or, it could mean that Before leaving for ,the Jack- draft form, Casey read his fig-
you would convert them to Inc., Lewiston N. C. was broken but that was the night. June 28. Deputy Sheriff Jim Ward SRI division sonville afternoon no experience but willing to ures from a steno pad. The

schools housing grades for the The mower cost 8440. but only trouble Young encountered Olen Moore is the investigating engineer at Lake City said Mr.airport Saffan Tuesday expressed train if a course is made avail. Sohool Board does not yet have

entire area such as grades 7.9 the Commission thinks it will in cutting the heavy officer the highway 'was completed himself as "very much impressed" able at the voc-tcch center; 'ithe figures and decided to delay

for the Starke area In the case be a solution to keeping/ the brush that grew almost in the about five years ago but that with the contacts made and 97 'WIth no experience, but work on .'the new budget

of R. J. E. School, and grades road sides clear 'of brush and heavy truck traffic had caused during his brief stay here. willing; to learn 'on the job. untfl: figures 'on the 67-68 fiscal

4-6 for the Lawtey area in .the undergrowth. It will also enable depressions In the road "People are most important," tuning his stay here, Mr. year 'can !be i presented) them

case of Anderson Junior High. the road department to which allowed water to gather he said "because they are the ,iSnffan met Monday. night with by July 12. A work session on

"Your plan should show that mow sIdes of roadways they during heavy. rains. lie said. ones who will help us grow members of the Development the ,budget was set for next

faculties are desegregated ays- have been grading thus leav- such spots are commonly call- and Insure our success if anew Authority for a question and Wednesday July 10, at 7 p.m.

wide e. *".. for every four ed "bird baths". in the road 'plant Is located here. Machines answer session and Tuesday Casey noted that collectionsof
teachers l In a school one wouldbe construction business. mean nothing without morning inspected two possible racing revenue and property

Negro Big Angus Sale Large puddles on the road! 'people to operate them," Mr. locations( : to 'house a branch ,taxes were higher than expected. -
plant the 'old Hampton
"In addition, a statement have apparently resulted in a Saffan added. "Your peopleare .
that all activities. are operated Set number of accidents in which friendly hospitable, and School building and 'the structure But he said the board's main

'on a non.( '.crlmInMory basis. ThursdayAt cars traveling. at high speed seem genuinely interested in formerly housing the tenance !budget waa 'over spent
Starke
This Includes central office have "aquaplaned" when striking obtaining and, working /iwith a bowling alley. about $40,000; $15.000 was
''Should the be established
staff, transportation, extra Farm HereSale the water, causing/ themto new Industry." plant (budgeted and $5 ,OOO spent.
here It will Initially!be a pilot -
curricular and school admin lose traction "between tires Mr. Saffan wns also favorably The superintendent noted
operation with from 30 to
istered affairs. of' 180 purebred Angus and road bed and going out impressed. with facilities that some federal and state.
50 employees This would be
"It Is expected that. school c of control. of the new Bradfor cattle 'off the farm 'of the J. expanded later If the operation.
districts will agree to under- M. Edwards Sr. is set to beginat 1 1 y / Ward said the low spots Area Vocational Technical: proved successful. ,School Board after several 'projects -
take only such expansion or 10 next Thursday will be eliminated by resur- Training Center, as well as were approved. He cited
construction of school facilities a. m. facing and that the road will /with the potential labor poolin Other phases 'of the operation one instance where a projectof
'which will make the maximum July 11. looked' Into by Mr. Saffan during -
to be the be widened by two feet In the 'Starke area. over $10,000 was approvedand
contribution. to the com- It is expected xy y G ) conformance with latest stand- His visit .here was the result his brief 'Stay here were less than $5,000 reachedthe
Bradford
cattle sale in
plete elimination of the dual largest/ transportation coats! utility
M 'of a. recent industryseekingtour board.
County history.A '4w ards.Other the establishment 'of .
a.tralnlnA'
rates
system has been d bids received at the participated In by representatives A total 'of $21,000 in State
'The following guidelinesare new show ring meeting last week included an 'of the StarkeBradford program and Inter- Department o f Education
offered on faculty: constructed. on farm.;"I west' 'of County 'Chamber of ComTiierre view with management applicant funds which had been approveddid
Edwards' Road The Equipment" to operate the county's auto Inflection' station apparent low bid of $24.839
Starke
.
"Professional staff will be on !
1 astounded after by Jensen Construction Co. of and the Bradford County not come through Casey
cattle will be auctioned. under arrived Monday, July leaving everybody rather
hired demoted, He Ted
promoted paid, Development Authority. When was assured by Og- said.
) the 'of Phil Sanders 'of the long walt (Civil Defense Director Frank Williams Jimmy JacksonvUe for roads and
gavel
and dismissed without regard the contact 'Was made in New Ic-t to race, color, or national 'ori Laurel, Mississippi.The Ricks, and Frank Jarvis of Starke Motor Parts spent a good parking areas at the Florida York City, 'officials 'of Davina training center that a train. National Defense. !
State Prison in Bradford and Act funds which had been approved
sale is being conduc while admiring the equipment and figuring out how to set It up. said they would Rive further ing course would be offered if
gin."In Union Counties. were $24,099 short,
.the event that it becomes ted by Mr. and Mrs. Maurice consideration to Staike if it Davina reached a favorable decision .
Casey said, noting the act nowis
nescssary to reduce total num- Edwards Jr. In a letter mailed July 15 Start SetInspection could be shown that at leAst ort locating here. defunct and monies were

ber 'of staff' because of desegregation prospective buyers the Mrs. Thomas 150 person were Interested in Mr. ,Snffan will report hIs apparently promised when they

the qualification of Edwards stated that J. M. Edwards employment.The. findings to Ilavlna's. board 'of not availabledue
actually were
aH professionals will be evaluated Sr. la dissolving his cattle Released On Chamber of Commerce directors upon his return .to to slow federal funding
in selecting those to be interests "due to retire Station conducted a survey and received New York, tout. gave no Indication -
released and the final. choice ment and recent accident. a total of 415 application l: a<* to when a final decision: process.
t Continued On Page Three The elder Edwards Is still in $15,000 J BondMrs. J70 with experience; 148 with would) bit reached. Should the timber suits to
be heard by the First District
a Jacksonville hospital recovering
from a hip injury sustained Sue WItcher Thomas of Court of Appeals In Holly Hill
The
Community Bank
ArrivesEquipment July 23 be In favor of the county -
in an automobile acci- Equipment Lawtey charge with, frist degree At Commission MeetCourthouse the School Board would
,
of Starke dent. murder In the pistol slay-.
$50.000
The cattle include 11 bulls, l"t of her husband C. W. receive approximately
The Florida Bank five 'of them between five and Thomas, was released Friday In revenue that presently
for Bradford's motor( vehicle safety Inspections Contract being held up Casey noted.
six old and six young June 28, from the Bradford
years
at Starke was delayed here Monday, July 1, and Civil Jail The school maintenancestaff
County under $15,000
bulls.Most any type of purebred Defense Dir. Frank Williams says the county is shooting property bond. has been cut back to\:'

And Angus/ cow will be availableto to have the station! operational by July 15. She had' been in custody Set TodayA .man foreman Casey BUI said.Graudon Two and other one

First Federal Savings buyers dry cows, bred The brake tester has already since the March 14 shootingat Signing men may !be placed on the payroll -

cows, cows with calves and been Installed and workis Is valued at $4,000plus.The the couple's! home in Law as custodians, he said to
And Loan Association rebred and heifers. underway to Install the County's investment in avoid them.
list losing
tey.The Selection of a Jury duty
The sale will be run on a headlight tester and front end the inspection station Is esti- IS.ooo\ ( bond was set 719.436 contract with Tm not too sure we
Court was
Will Be Closed Bust- for Judge's
For 'professional level with two lifter. If inspections are start- mated to be around $40,000 by bv Circuit Judge George L. Trlest Construction Co, Key- County for the Wednesday. shouldn't overhaul the whole
also
ness All Day Thursday, professional auctioneers pre ed by the 13th Bradford. will the time two employees, costing Patten after a hearing In stone Heights, for construction session on tap according to Clerk: maintenance system and have a
sent and several professionalring get under way 45 days later $10,000per year plus main- Oalnesville last Thursday of Bradford's long-awaited new 'maintenance engineer to 'head

July 4, A National Holi / men to take bids. Representatives than the June 1 deadline set tenance 'of equipment utilities June 27. Mrs. Thomas' attorney courthouse was due to be Charles Darby. .it," Hall. stated. He had opposed -

from the American by the legislature.. and telephone service are si....Vfe Scruggs! of signed Wednesday morning, The Commission met brieflY'Manday cutting back the. main
Angus/ Association and the The long delay has been addedIt Gainesville filed a motion in July 3. by the County Com organized as a boardof tenance labeling It "'\falseeconomy"

day.The Florida Angus Association Including caused by delay in shipping is also estimated\ that the Circuit Court two weeks ago mission. equalization with Dave to have buildingsand
President Bob Derlso 'of the equipment which was county will do well to break asking tba*. the 120.00O bond Work Is scheduled to begin Shuford as chairman and Mrs. not maintain them.

CommunityState of Tampa will te present order in February. even the first year on the set earlier be reduced to a within seven days after the Jessie Chastain as vice chair Casey also reported that the

Bank along with newsmen from the Another thing delaying the twice per year checks at $1.73 "reasonable amount." signing. man, then recessed until Wed largest item budgeted, Instructional

Florida Cattlemen's magazine. operation. installment of 230 per car per check. If, as some Mrs. Thomas was held un- The Commission was also. nesday. salaries, within 1
Accounts now insured Local citizens are Invited to volt electrical. Ines which have want the Inspections are cut t'l l March '1 under the Jurisdiction scheduled to st as the Boardof Valuations used on the new $5.000 'of the $1.2 million bud ,

up to 115,000 by attend the day-long affair to yet to be run to the prper back to once per year the of the Bradford Countv Equalization to hear com tax roll have been fixed by 'geted. He said, however that !

Federal Deposit In ar- bid 'or see the show. pleoces. county will lose money 'on the June's Court and no bond plaints from landowners on Tax Assessor Gene Long. The due to the operation of the
"It will be something dIfferent Cost 'of the building put up .Inspections unless the charge was set. Assessor Gene Long's 1968 tax Board of Equalization cannot vo-tech center, the school's
Corp.
anee for Bradford County," by Triest Construction Co., In the hearing last Thurs- roll. But nothing out of the reassess property except in utility ltd Ha have. averaged

Mrs. Betty Edwards says was $17,400 and the equipment [Continued On Page Twol [Continued On Page Three] ordinary was expected. [Continued On Page Twol Continued: on Page Two .





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0N Archie Green of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs,, Drew Reddish will be slightly longer :because May received food valued at

HI Is visiting his mother Mrs.L. and sons will leave Saturday $73,000 School of a longer Christmas vacation, $30,165. according to the Wel

J. Green from Wednesdayto for their home In Wilmington RECREATION NEWS\ from Dec. 23 to Jan. 3. There fare Department. The counties -

Sunday.Mr. Dela. after three weeks visit will also be a spring vacation! are: Alachua, where 2,884

and Mrs. Orle Wiggins with their parents. Sheriff Deficit as last term. persons received fool valuedat

v were visiting relatives in and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and Spending Okayed a payment of $84; $16.146; Dixie, with SOS

Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards. 090 to Drake Const. Co. for persons receiving $3,161 In

GLADYS MOOTY and.. Mrs. L. L. Hardee Mrs Marion Moyer of Jack- I (Continued, From One]:I work on the middle school food; Lafayette, where food
Phone 964.7608Mr. of Tampa were visiting Mr. sonville and Mrs. John Pageof Page -Delayed a decision to move valued\ at $1.137 went to 250

and Mrs. R. V. Turner at the St. Augustine were visitingMr. $3,300 per month compared to. renters from a house on the persons; Union where 433 per

and Mrs. R. te. Firth' Mr. and Mrs! E. J. Dnwllng State Farm and Roy Turnerin and, Mrs. F. W Strick $2,700 ''budgeter. vo-tech site. The Board Is 'sons received food valued at

gave a family dinner party on and Mrs. Floyd Green attended Lake Butler on Sunday. land the. past week. All achoo. cafeterias, operated considering making the house $2.263 and Bradford.The .

Sunday for their lIOn, Barry, 'I the detention! of the MarJorie ,Chief, and Mi*. J. N. Belche" Mr. and Mrs. K. O Patz in the buck during: the temporary quarter for a cos- Welfare Dept reported

Who\ recently graduated from Klnnnn Rawlinns Park find, flintily of Norfolk. Va. and family returned Friday pant year, Casey said althoughthere motology class for which 118 that food valued at $350,781

Jacksonville University. The at Cross Creek on Sunday.; will airtve Friday for several from a week's vacation In NewP01.t to aWl trom $4-5buo, I students have rcgUtcred. was distributed': to 138.888 per-

occasion was also his birth- I Also attending were Mr. and works visit with their parents Richey. federal funds due the food The three board members sons over the entire state In

day. Miss Janice Curwood of Mrs. Herbert Thomas and Mr. and Mia J. Q,' Caldwell Mrs. Myrtle Dendy of Jacksonville service system for last term. present were Chairman H. A. May. This included'11,989 Cu-
in Ftarke." and Mr.: and Mrs. and Broward Strick-| In other action, the Board: and
the Goodman refugees.
Tampa Firths' weekend Mr. and Mrs.Janies MeNeely] Lawson Seeber ban
A. C. Helchn in Lake Butler. land formerly of San Francisco -Gave the go-ahead to Ar-
hand to .o&t Hall. New board member
guest was on help I Mr. and Mrs James K. Rodney Twenty-eight counties are
Rohm Harris Jr. of Jacksonville :- Calif., were Sunday visitors -' chitect Don Morgan to ask who will
'
celebrate the occasion. Ulchle and laughter, of Jacksonville Oiarlej Sawyer now parUciiiatlnsr) in the com-
'( was a weekend guestof of Mr. and Mrs F. W.Strlckla.nd. bids on putting In a kitchen at an
Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Doyle were Sunday visitorsof | take office In January, was modity distribution program,
Three
Hampton Elementary.
\ Johnson
Mr and Mrs Jerome I
Andrews and family of Wua- Mrs E. L Crawford.Mrs. observer. 'and 15 more, 'including Levy
mothers/ Mrt. Paul Meng, Mrs.Donna
Crystal Lake. W. F Herlong] has returnedhome I
Wood are renting one of the Arlen McKnight was i and Ollchrlst. are to begin Issuing -
,
u Y+ I ,Hugh Crawford, and
Judge and Mrs. T. A. Yawn I after ae.cn weeks in StVincent's 1 '
J.ohn Dye cottages on Kings- In Orlando June 24-25 attend- Mrs. Royce Joyner appeared 'C:Commodities federally] donated food
an.? family returned Friday Hospital] and
Lake for two
ley weeks.
ing a meeting of the Home In July.
to Anna-, before the Board to ask that
after week's trip the Jacksonville Convalescent
..... .,.Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Duncan Health Services at the Statler palls. Md.a where they entered -i Center Twentj-nliie tiny tots prepare Friday Juno 28, to board a something: be. done about food DistributedIn Eighteen F Florida counties

and family of West Point, Hilton Inn. their son Terry, in the Naval Mr. and Mrs. John P. Ves- school butt for their trip to the Gainesville Fire Department. service at, Hampton.,Casey said have been designate as low
Oa. were Saturday overnight Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Reese 4 4gi
plans were to ahead with
go capita[ Income counties
Academy. covo of Dallas Texas will arrive per
of Mr. K. O. BradfordFood
guests Mrs.
Duncan. and find daughter of Salem. Va. Mrs F. F. Stump Is visiting Friday for three weeks the kitchen now since It wouldbe and therefore., recefrv. special
fire visiting! their son and Impractical now to satel- r-HerM' i slstnnce to help In
John W. Griffinin
Mr. and Mrs. visit with Mrs. Vescovo's mother -
Robert Warren is visiting daughter-in-law.] Mr. and Mrs. week. lite food from Starke. valued at $7.444 was distributing the commodities.
this
Orhlorhnee Oa. Mrs. M. W Lance.
Susan Rhodes in Siloan Ga. Charles Reese this week. -Authorized Casey to call distributed to 1,371 persons in counties to be:"so de-
Mr. and Mrs. Shi Smith Mis. Harold] Walter of Pom- Latest
this week. Mr. and Mrs J. T. Kirkland] for annual bids on petroleum and
In May
County De-
Hlldebien. BradlorJ! pinnated are Columbia
and grandson Danny pano Beach was the guest of ; !
"Iten-'ed. the wedding of their products, milk and bread and in June "
spent Friday to Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Holidaythe $6.115 to 1,342 persons Soto and Glades.
i --rcpr;: dni'shter-in-law: Mrs. :quarterly bids on food and the commodity distribution -
In New Orleans with Mr. and first of the week. Mrs. I through
Don't BeDECEIVED' JoAnn Kirkland and meat. administered -
Mrs Shi Smith Jr. and family Wafler and daughter! Mrs program
'"essard Boatright. both: of Arthur Holllday left Tuesdayfor ; -,-Approved seven new appointments -I by the U. S. Department of LEGAL FORMS. -- Brad-
1 ie i Oak at the First Pres- to Hampton Elementary
] State Departmeat ford County Telegraph Ph.
Local] admittances to Br d- Fort Benjamin Harrison! of Agriculture
byteilan Church in Live Oak Bradford Middle
and
on June1.. fcvj:! County Hospital this I Ind. where the latter will remain i1 School and Bradford High. I cf Public Welfare 961-6305.
Advertised week Include: J. M. EdwardsSr. with her husband whoIs : the Bradford County Com-
"By Prices LEGAL PADS
Mr and Mrs. Eddie Doug- Approved' transfer of four RULED ,
Total cost of contract li !1'-. were 'visIting Mr. ''and Mrs. ., Mrs.' Mandy Griffis Artemis stationed there Off'f f k JM students asking to change I mi'slon. Steno Notebook. Order BooksIF. ,
what you actnahypay. Get Jimmy Rowe and family, In W. Brown. Mrs! Clara Jim Hollingsworth. son of jcnooia' after fieedom-of-choice A teal. of 5,503 needy: 1 persons Bradford County Tele-
'the REAL FACTS before weekend. Mf'v Oriffis and Mrs. Ruby Mr. and Mrs. James F Hol- forms had been submitted but t I In five area counties In .
Snnford the graph.
over
you fig" Our payment are Miss Cheryl McRae will Brannen all of Starke: Mrs. lliwsworth of Starke. has been sf'Inners denied two other on groundsof I I -

from $8 to $15 p..r month Mary Lee Crawford of Lawtey: named to the Dean's Honor no authority under the 1901'' !'
'rnve! Sunday for Kansas City.
Tens' with the name Alillnerhool Civil Rights Aot.Authorized .. --
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payment .and tumner of Mo.\ to enter Weaver | --
ford; and John Dobbs of Lake Abilene' Christian College, I physician
.month. to 5 / for a month before as- any ;

:2>ank flnnncliuc.pay No per hiddenCharges. rent sl-nment: Butler Mr.] and Mrs TI B. Harding Abilene The Texas.''Methodist Women's In tlip Summer I practicing In Bradford. Countyto
: Ten top, numufttcmrera Mrs. Donald: Koretz, of Oxon Playground Bicycle Kixloo held at examine Ibus drivers.Appointed TEXACO STATION
represented. Hill. Md. who underwent: ,J". an'l ,children of,' Odenton, Sunday school class gave a I'ratt !Street rinygrouiul] Friday June 2", are- I -- Guy Andrews, a

surgery lAst week in Riverside Md. will arrive Sunday for birthday luncheon for Mrs. J. First. row-Paula Tunnor, Erie ItlggH. Robert. Manning, member of the Santa Fe River

w' :Low' hospital! is convalescing] at two weeks visit-: with their E. Denmark ]last, Wednesdayat Jackson<< I'rcvalt, Cindy GI'ey. ( and Kathleen M<<'<( ..a rentq. Mr. and Mrs Harding the Holiday Inn Committee to work on a bud-
,
S OVERHEAD the home of her mother, Mrs Second raw-Pom ICajUnrn' Cindy MtLroil, Susan McLrod,
Sr and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Clyde 'Terwlllegar won the get review board for bile junior
.. Arli-n] McKnight for two George 1'rowitt Jimmy llurdenbrook. and Jimmy ilHsy. ,
Lawson. Thunderbird Golf tourna-

r.. Doe It! weeks Mrs. W. E. Dowling and James Sullivan returnedlast ment at the Rio PeNar Coun- TINY TOTS Gissy, Pam Rayburn, Bette college.Was told by Supt. Casey Now Under New Management

fttnilv: attended the Golden Friday after undergoing try Cud] In Orlando last Thursday This past week the Tiny Reddish. that HEW has approved a
The Owners In Alachua General when 103 Ford dealers $21,933 for a study of
Wedding Anniversary of her surgery Tots numbered 29 on most After refreshing themselves grant FUIGHUM
Dad anaTTJradDrlv DB rents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ht spital.! and Ford Motor Co. officials days and all participated in with a watermelon feast. media oriented curriculum at \WfiLTER.

< "The" Trucks. Mathews In Palatka on Sun- Miss Louise Stern Is spending from Georgia and Florida par- the usual games and activi the rodeo contestants participated the new middle school. I

:ALL SIZES ON this month In Lenox. ticipated.Mr. ties. On Friday the group vis- in a seed-spitting --Adopted a school calendar of Test

D I S f I.':A-V lavMr. and Mrs. J. F. Blood- Mass, where she will attend and Mrs. o. J. Edwardsand ited the Gainesville Fire Department contest with Randy Manning '01' the 1968-60) term which : Formerly Super

S-10 12 WIDES worth and daughters attenj- the Musical Festival at Tan. sons of Atlanta. Ga. Station No. 3 where Jackson Prevatt, ani.: Georgt Supt. Casey presented. Under

1'ATBATHS./ prt the wedding of their niece glewood. spent. last Tuesday to Satur- they bserved demonstrationsof Prevatt the winners the 200-day teacher year and, *
with Mr. and Mrs. Henry 180-day student year, preplanning -
AND EXPANDABLES Sheryl Martin to .Allan Ted- Mrs Golda :Martin! Is recup- av the various fire fighting: Susan MrLsod and: Jimmy will begin Aug. 19 and
Godwin.Mr.
*r.r at the First Baptist "ratlni from a long Illness lr> techniques. The greatest thrill! Gissy were high point winner:
jchool' will the after
Church In Tallahassee on Sat- the Arch C"eek Convalescent and "Mrs. Dennis Wil- was a ride in the snorkel 50 far the second week and each open Uy: WEEKEND SPECIAL
Labor 3, and close
: Day Sept
LAKE GENEVA 'iams and daughters Largo
I '"rinv nlo-ht. Carol and Ellen] Him12505<: N. E. 16th St I feet into the air.' received a free pass to the June 10, 1969. The school
I Bloodworth served as bride Miami. 'vho are vacationing- for two A special day is planned for Florida Theatre year

MOBILE HOME I mal 'i. John Miller and Mrs Jen weeks at the Graham cottage this Friday, July 5, when the Trampoline appears;: to be. Complete Wash\/ Job '$2.00
Jimmy Dowling of Fort HoI ]- ale Apgar both of East! Palat 'n Klnssley Lake, had as! group will go on a nature hike the favorite activity again, ner Ins. 23, Kentucky Fried:
I bird Md. Is home for 21 "weekend guests Mr. and Mrs and:: will make homemade Ice this Chicken 4.
days j * t SALES' 1 before going to Vietnam. Nursing Home. Rick: Brown of Gainesville.Mr. cream. The Tiny Tot program school] boy or gir SCHEDULEThe

I Mr and Mrs J. O. Jackson and Mrs J. L. Gentry will not meet Thursday.: July and would ]like to tty your! games for Friday July] *

One mile S.E. Keystone I and son in-law and daughter well Mr.will and move Mrs.to R-ibert Milton Max this have had as visitors Mrs 4.SUMMER stcnl], meet at the old armory I 5 have been postponed.

Heights on Route 100. Mr. and<< Mrs Don Ray Tllley Marie McMillan and Miss : PLAYGROUND each FREE
weeken- where Mr Maxwellhas Monday and Wednesdayat I Monday, July 8-7:30.: Colonial VACUUM _.SERVICE
Marian Pennell of St. Peters-
OPEN SUNDAYS I of Jacksonville are visiting accented position A Bicycle Rodeo:: concludedthe 1:30: p. m. vs KFC. 9:00: Conner; vs
a as
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson In burg several days last week: second week of summer FOR ALL CUSTOMERSI
Bijl'
A /Kiiidtutball team Is being Beggs.
PhWJa 473-43,201_ : '.. Texas 'u1"Crlhte dent of the WateiPolutlbn'Control"Plant Mr. and Mrs. Hoist C. Beallof p'nygrbund'! activities. Some of !
Ar'lr"rton: fortwo' formed to participate in
I Friday, July 12 ,
--7:30, KFCvs
weeks. Macon Ga. dverthe week- the 13' prize winners are a tournament In Winter Park Conner Welcome All of My Old Friends- and Customersat
end: and Miss Elizabeth Se- ; 9:00: Colonial vs Location New Trade Welcome Also
shown in above photo. The on July 24 with other girl Beggs. My New -
gars and brother, Harold] Se- grand prize winner for the I i
..Ii.1t'8 teams from around the state..
]lars, of Camden S. C. recently oeat decorated( Dike! was Cindy Any girl] between the ages of .

Gissy. 10 and 14 Is invited to contactthe ,
JEffiei'e/ ..Nell:. Mrs Mamie Lou Edwards First second, and third Pratt Street Recreation
.. ani Mr. and Mrs. Drew Red- place winners In each group Center wd"

dish have had as visitors Mrs.C. were awarded ribbons and cer- Playground activities will 1.a

y. Mayo of Tampa Mr. tificates. They are listed as not be held Thursday:! July 4.
Bo aHw@TABLE and Mrs. Jim Edwards and follows In order of finishing: Superb Pitching Uighlightd

son of Atlanta Ga., Mr. and Round The Basket! Tight Bantam Baseball Race. ,. .1t
Mrs. W. R. Royster Jr. and
1st and 2nd graders: Rob-' The 1963 Bantam Baseball. -
family of Fort Texas
Worth.
ert Hall Kathleen MeGI'lft.Josh lie"
League is drawing to a clo&e-: '
Mrs M. W. Lance visited McGrlff .
TYPEWRITER the most exciting one In Its
her daughter' Mrs Macy 3rd and 4th graders: Susan history. Until the games of qt
Quinn and son in Invernesslast
MoLeod Steve Hall Tammy
Monday July 1 all four teams
week. Ravburn.5th still /'t 5 h .... Ir. .
were In contention for r .
Mrs. C. B TerwlUesar spent er
and 6th graders: Jim- second half first place honors, 4
last Thursday and Friday In my Harienbrook, Pam Ray-,' now two of the four are bat- t C"I'
Sanford with her parents. bum, Bette Reddish
royslAe tling for that spot.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Trulock. 23 Yard Dash, RESULTS
I'
and aunt, Mrs. W. R. Dyson. 1st and 2nd graders: Robert Thursday. June 27- BPOE-1

Ed Hall, secretary of Starke Hall!, Paula Tanner, Stuart ?
5, Police Dept, 3. This
Post Office Local 2782. attendei Rayburn. I was a I 4I
must game for BPOE to stay \ br\
the Florida Federation of ( .
: 3rd and 4th graders: Susan
In the race Southern Dis __.=l .
Potal Clerks
annual Convention -
u
wa+ McLeod. Hall
Me Steve
Tammy
count 7, Coca Cola 2. This 'e- l : .
) In Key West June 24-**. Rayburn.
I
feat gave the Coke Team it's I ; [
t 1, 1 e w e a a v, 5th and 6th graders: Jimmy third loss and put the pres- i

It does so much, : w r Hardenbrook Cindy McLeod, sure on them to win their remaining -
Inspection
Pam Rayburn. ..
but costs so llttl a a a r Basket leasing games Brian Johns
sparked Southern to victory,,
fa4 a a+ W e M a w 4 a, 1-st and 2nd grade: Kath- with ]
a grand slam homer the

: Equipment leen Paula Tanner.McOrlff Josh McOrlff. only one of the 1968 season. I' I

9ieonsol. .r Monday. July] 1 BPOE 4, !
3rd and 4th grade: Susan Southern Discount 2.

Arrives Mi-Leod, Gene Tanner Tammy Another must game for the
Ra 'burn.
Elks Lodge as they continued
i I Continued from Page One 5th and 6th grade: Jimmy their comeback battle.. BPOE r

Rugged.i r I Hardenbrook. Jimmy Gissy, only managed two hits off the

J. Is doubled. George Prevatt. pitching of Brian Johns but

Light l d' Bradford has about 7,000 Burst The nallown errors paced their way to victory -

"e automobiles and 12,000 checks I 1st and 2nd grade:! : Stuart Charles] Green allowed

'eJ1btm&dpn'l ,.. would have to be made for the McGriff.Rayburn, Robert Hall, Josh only three hits to the hard \\t. --.

county to recover Its invest- hitting Discount boys.
3rd and 4th grade Gene
ment. : Police 2, Coca Cola 1.:
The new station Is locatedoff Tanner Erie. Biggs David In a must game for both :J

JY ilk important Weldon Street on the new Norman. teams the Police edged Coca ,
many features Royal
office typewriters! courthouse site and adjacent 5thand 6th grade: Jimmy Cola 2-1. There was only one

to the county maintenancebarn. base hit collected in this

....._ Full-size keyboard Vehicles will turn off than tripled] since 1065 when game as Danny McKinney : tiYt.

)' Pleasant, light Royal "touch" Weldon to enter onto the Grand Inspection'Street' station to- Lena reassessed all propertyIn hurled the 1968 a no-hitter season. the Eddie:!,secondof Bla- '

'.'"' Wide writing line then' exit back onto Weldon ]- Value the county under the Just lock who pitched the other I'Fr'
Law and went to 100
,
Roll n' Ready The driveway Into the valuations. no-hitter, gave up a lead off
Paper Feed per cent
Inspection station
was. suppose'to single] to Dana Padgett and
I'' Quick-Set margins be paved'this week. I Timber companies filed that was the only hit of the
suits protesting the values !
new
,$, Vehicles with the last digit game. McKinney faced only
Ii Retractable paper support' : of the tag number of 4-7 will' and: one timber company. 22 batters and struck out 15

ill/I- 2-coIor ribbon be due for. checks in July] : 8 Container Corp Is still appealing of them while walking 4. '

or 9> in August, and 0-1 In Its suit. It is scheduled Colonial Florist Gains A |
Guaranteed for 5 years Septemberand! each six to be reviewed by the First Share Of Second Place

months thereafter.Courthouse. District Court of Appeals in With Beggs Gulf I
S-YEAR GUARANTEE. Royal l Typewriter Company, Inc. guar. I Holly Hill on July 23. '
enteea replacement at Just few local landowners In the second halt of the'
no charge, other than labor and shipping I I II a
of any defective part (except rubber parts ribbons, or protested the increased valuations 1968 Women's Softball play a ''
parts damaged by accident or misuse) within five years of I battle has developed for second "We Can Help You Get All The Modern AppliancesYou :

purchase. No labor charge within first 80 days. Guarantee This year's tax roll totals place honors between Col- Need To Make Your Job Easier-Start An'Insured
cover. only the original purchaser. about $62 mllion and shows a onial Florist] and Beggs Gulf.

Contract 1 $1.5 million increase In real! the team that finished second:! Appliance Account Today!"

Wop in. See it. and personal] taxable in the hat half Conner Ins
Try it. Y ou'lllove the spirited << property.
new RoyalitelAlso
IB Is estimated that will bring continues to hold the league

To B&SignedContinued in about $24,000( additional revenue with Kentucky Fried Chicken

Full Line of Electric Portables I the county to be commission divided between and occupying RESULTS the cellar. d l n' Savings( and() I Loan ;ynMc. :


[ From Page One] i school Long] board.said the Increase resulted Florist Friday 14.June Kentucky 28 -*- Colonial Fried ; )

cases where an Inequality- from business develop- Chicken 2: Conner Ins 9, %
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH found In. the assessment of two ments and from Improvementsmade Beggs Gulf 3. XTI7: ASSOCIATION OF STARKE

like properties.Bradford's on proportion<< throughout Monday. July !.... Colonial 218 N. Temple Ave.
Phone
9(515000tlon (
IIroll has I
r more the county Florist 13 U"CS! Gulf 3; Con-i!
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IHtTRSDAT.' JUfcT 4. 1968 BRADFORD COUNTY TEfJEORAPIf. STARKB.! FIAIRm& Section One Par Three
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Stork ShowerIs In The Con...r Jaitne's C.u,* O<

Given For I New Manager Named In Krnriforil Probate f.onmtr No. t-lsU Florida: _
In Ito: Bstate. of Isabel Mary
Fernando Simpson. also known
Mrs. Robt. MaxwellMrs. as Isabel F. IU., .. ""n. Deaea.......

Robert Maxwell, who I At duPont Plants HereLeslie ifemnnds. Notice persons against. To having CreditorsAll the estate claims or of

GLADYS MOOTY with Mr. Maxwell Is movingto Isabel Mary Fernandas Simpson -
also. known a. Isabel F.
Phone 964-7608 Milton this weekend was S. Grogan of Anna- Simpson deceased, are hereby
honored at a stork shower polU Md., has been named lege.Mr.. Grogan married notified and required to fUe
I the for .
their claims In the office of the
Tuesday night given by Mrs. manager of the Du Pont Com mer Alice Roe of Denton County Judge. of Bradford

Melissa Winkler Bishop-Williams Glen Moore Mrs. Jim Faulkner pany's Ilmenite mining: opera- Md. In 1946, and they 'have County, Florida, In the County
Courthouse at Starke, Flori.ttCwithin
Has Mrs. L. L. Fullwood and tions at Starke and Lawtey. three daughters Linda Stewart Six calendar month*
Rehearsal DinnerMr.
I Birthday Party Mrs. Charles Reese. at the succeeding Carl D. Hewitt Jr.. I' Cynthia Alice, and Leslie from the date of the first pub
home of the latter W. Call lication of this notice. or the
on who
da .
being transferred. to
Sue. They now have a home name will become void according
Melissa Winkler celebrated and Mrs. H. A. BishopJr. Street. the I .
company's plant at ndgeMoor ffeiI1t under to law.
construction
her fifth birthday anniversary entertained at a dinner in Gainesville ; This 10th day of June IDOL:
of mixed { : Del. where the Florida '
Wednesday afternoon of party Friday night in the Arrangements I and Mrs. Grogan and /3 John Parke Simpson, Sr.->"
,::1 summer flowers( were used to ore is made Into titanium. diox- their daughters will move to! Executor of the Estate. of Isahot
last week when her mother Pecan Room of the Garden ide ; Mary Fernandez Simpson alsf.>
highlight points of Interest In white pigments. Florida
upon its completion. known as Isabel F. Simpeosedeceased.
Winkler
Mrs. George gave a Restaurant for their son. Harold ,
the party rooms for the oc- For the past year Mr. Grogan I I Mr. Hewitt has been manager II
for her and 30 little
party Bishop III and his fian- Hollls V. KnlahtHtarke
casion and the same flowers -s'- ha's' been manager of the cornpany's of the. ''local mining operations FloridaAttorney
friends on their patio. cee. Miss Wanda Willoms I
& centered the refreshment titanium dioxide plantIn 'slncn F'"r Executor ,
July 1968. Ho is now be-
Crepe streamers and following the couple's wedding Mizell :6/13 4t 7.
paper New
table- Rotary PresidentB. Baltimore. Md. He joinedDu
rehearsal. I ing transferred to the cornpany's 1.w
I balloons were strung over the
Games were played during Pont in 1934 as a maintenance Edge Moore Plant near
I party area. The refreshmenttable Centering the long dining I
I the evening and prizes were F. BUll l Mizell foreman in the Fabrics Wilmington. Dpi. as assistant "'
was covered with a table was one of the bride- ( < ) Jr. (third from left) wiui Installed an I SERVICE: SCHEDULE!:

pink cloth and centered with groom-to-be's recent golf trophies awarded to the winners. prexldent of the Starke Rotary Club; at a Ladles Night illnnri burgh.and Finishes N. Y. plant From at 1940: New-to I manager, effective July 1. -ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH.

Revere bowl filled held lust Friday In the Starke.. A native of Nashville Tenn., '"
a miniature Merry-Oo-Round. a Golf & Country Club. Other I 1945 he held various engineering -
t The birthday cake was topped 'with an arrangement of white Services Held pictured are (from left) : George )llervc vlve president, and I : positions In ordnance plants Mr. Hewitt graduated from I Starke
Vanderbilt' Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. mThursday .
I with a tiny merrygoroundand mums ant'; gladioli.' Bridal For Mrs. Was Immediate |Pmt president; Ernie: Pain, secretary; and Ted operated by Du Pont for the University In 1949 Mass\ 6:30 "'
with a B.E. degree in chemical : p. m/
cards market the
seating
place
the five candles were secured Oglesby treasurer. Not In picture Is) A. J. Sr. Federal government and until
Thomas er- Miraculous Medal No vena:
I In animal candle hold- arrangement for the 30 guests In BrooklynMrs. geant-at-arm.. I 1949 was on construction' as- I engineering. He joined the Saturday. T ,.,
I who Included the bridal party. Du Pont Company In 1941 as an p. m.
era. New (director, In addition to the above, signments..: Confessions: 5 m. and "'
officers are: I operator ait. the Old Hickory, p.
and .
the parents of the bride Salomeja Was 81), of I
Assisting with the In 1950 he became mainitenance -
games groom and out-of-town guests.Mr. Starke died Saturday after- Ervin Andrew*, AI. A. Baldwin Fred Glen J. I). Doyle and ertown Md., and graduatedfrom Tenn. rayon plant. We was p. m.
were Mrs. J. W. Patray andMrs. engineer at the Edge '-
the of
Bishop and Miss Williams noon in a Starke nursing home Robert Burch. I University Mary transferred here from the com .5
Paul Moor and
Canova. The pigments a
plant
young- Music for dinner and land in 1940 with the degreeof pany's Johnaonvllle Tenn. plant -ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH.
presented their attend- after an illness of several dancing wan by the Dolores Stanton
sters later to
received favors by sUcking year was promoted
Bachelor of *
Science In civil!
with gifts' dur- months. She born In Poland Trio of GalneHvllle. Each where he was production sup. Keystone Heights.
their hands into a Jack ants personal was Roturyanii guest received a miniature .. .- production superintendent. In .
engineering.Mr. erlntendent and later plant en- Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. m. ;
dinner.Recent 1887. and
ing the on Sept. 21 sewing kit ux a favor.
Homer pie. Mrs. John Currie% 1953 he was advanced to ac- Grogan Is a 32nd degree
assisted in serving refresh- recently came to Starke from slstant plant manager. He 'was gineer. and 0:00 a, m. :
Mason a member of the Indian
I' California with her sonlnlaw The Hawltta reside in Keystone .
ments. BirthsBradford appointed, manager of the 'sill- Phi Wednesday: Mass and, No-
and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. con plant at Brevard, N. C., in Consistory. Sigma, Sigma Heights. Mrs. Hewitt and vena. 7 p. m. :
Second Vo-Tech fraternity and the Anne Ar-
School
Frank Collins. She was a memo Contract their three children, Carl D.,
I Outdoor Party County Hospital 1957. In 1962 Mr. Grogan was undel County Republican Club -ST. MABVS CHURCH. :IMacclennT.
ber of Our Lady of Czeneto-( I' Peggy and Cynthia will move

I For IntermediatesThe births announces: the following chowa Church, of Brooklyn, N. Goes To Brown Const. For $53,988 'plant transferred as assistant to the manager Baltimore and He Is chairman of the Finance to the Wilmington area later : /I
Committee trustee of the
Y. and a this summer. Sundar Mass: 11::30 a. m.. !
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wayne I was made manager in :August Pasadena: Methodist( Church. .

Intermediate "B" Moore Starke a daughter. Besides School of I Kelly Denise. June 27. Collins she is survived by one Prior to Du Pont Mr. S
1 Sunday Department of the second phase, merely reiterated part of the I Joining member of the boards of
the First Baptist Church held I Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lee son. Martin Llohota of Glon-I of the Bradford-Union Voca. HEW-Board meeting here and,Grogan had worked. for the ectors of the First Union d1r.1 When You Use An Andrews Charge jnnsi

an outdoor party last Thurs- Ellxson., Worthington Springs stenbury Conn.; two sisters,I tional Technical Center wa!I HEW's guidelines. New York 'State Departmentof '-lonal- Bank 'Brevard branch; Account
at the home of Brad Lee June 28. Mrs. Amllla Jaworski Toronto. Public Works from 1929 to
I day evening/ a sn.( and Mrs. awarded to Brown Construction In substance HEW charged Brevard Chamber of Commerce Your Prescription Tax Recordsare 5
Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Barry ont Canada. Sophia I Co. of Gainesville Thursday Bradford with 1933 as a Junior engineer. Transylvania' County United
operating a
t Kingsley Lake.SWimming Correction! Wronkiewlcz five grandchildren.Toledo, Ohio; and I night, June 27 by the! dual education system becauseof Born May 15,, 1909. in Newark Fund, the Board of Stewards of Kept For You By Us C

and boating were 'Bradford School Board. the existence of two all- N. J., Mr. Grogan attended "tjje First Methodist Church Andrews DrugsFor

I enjoyed after which a grilled The bridal shower given on 9:30 Funeral services Wednesday were in held her at I New construction will consist Negro schools -RJE High in Washington College Ohest- anrl a member of the Board of a

( served. June 14 appearing in lastweek' : am. of two vocational office Starke and Anderson Junior Trustees of Brevard Junior Col I Fast' Delivery Dial Ofll-IUO
hamburger was N. Y. Interment
I supper church in Brooklyn, I SI
issue. was for Miss education classrooms on a, High in Lawtey.
Approximately 20 was. in the St. Charlea Ill The Court ok The CountyJudMrv.
young Sharen Bryan. The article Incorrectly I base bid of $52.512 plus side Casey argues that Bradfordhas Ilrndfford County, "'1.- V.
and teachers Cemetery In Suffolk County Idn In Probnte.In ..
people enjoyedthis stated that the shower walks connecting the addition C
I
no segregated schools but
N. Y. DeWitt C.. Jones Re: Kntate: of Klva! M. Scott
outing was for Miss Anita Bryan. in with the present school on an that under the freedom-of- Doceaaod.To, -V--- /I
Funeral Home' was charge S
All Creditors And Peraona
MOS'f'9VERYTIIINGCLOSED : of local arrangements. alternate bid of 1446. Brown i choice plan on which the III.vlnCh.lm./ .. Or Dimianda. /II
PadgettMaricalMr. FOURTH was the only firm bidding. I J county Is operated the NegroI Against Said Eatate! : STARKE PLAZA /II
ON Vim and ouch uf you are, /
The project was originally I students':: attending RJE and hereby notified and required to _ 4th CI
I and Mrs. Earlie Pad- Most businesses city and Mrs. ThomasIs bid May 23. but the bids i I Anderson merely chose to at- prvatmt any clalnia. and demand. .

gett, of Law ley, announce the county offices banks, post office exceeded funds: available. The tend the school In their neigh may which have you,.aaalnat or either the estate of you ufISlva /II

marriage of their daughter. et cetera will remain School Board then eliminated borhood. M Scott, deceased. late. o-f> I. a--- /
closed all -
ReleasedContinued Judge of Bradford County Flor-
Floria to Thomas Marlcal In II
observance of the Fourth of and a data processing unit the Bradford Board sub- Ida.. .at lila.:. office In the court I /

St. Charles' Catholic Church July holiday. No local celebration and asked for bids a second mit a plan of how it plans to "hnuxe Florida uf said. .within. County.nix at calendar.Starke, _ a-.

1 in Orlando on Saturday. June I is planned. with most time. eliminate the dual. school system montha. from the time of thefliat as- _

15. at 1 p. m. pleasure-seekers taking off for [ Prom Page Onel The project was made small in two years by July S Two copieS publication.o-f each of claim this. notice or demand S

nearby lakes and beaches. day Scruggs appealed for a enough. according: to Supt. or steps will be taken to Insti- ahall be In writingand *1
Tom Casey so It could Khali mate the place of realtlnnco '- i V' 44
be built tute
lower bond. State Attorney T. an administrative hearIng -
and post office address of _ C
; E. Duncan acted for the prose- entirely with state and federal on the county's compli the claimant. and ahall be I : _
I i cutlon. monies. ance. sworn to by the claimant, hla

I The trial of Mrs. Thomas Brown was the only contractor Casey said he phoned the agent. or by attorney a flllnn and tee accompanied of one- AND I

t BILL had been set for June 5, but to rebid and the Job was HEW office In Atlanta Wednesday dollar.ao an'i flied audi ahall claim be or void.demandnut

PoWELL was postponed until the fall awarded on a motion by June 26. and after a /H William John CrlllyAa '.
i School Board Member Admlnlotrator of the KHtate 4'
term of Circuit Court on a Rodney full (!'l8ci.n.slon, an official of Elva M Scott d..ce""d.Myron .
Hall. The sidewalk alternatebid
motion by Scruggs. there agreed to submit In C prevatt. Attorney
was Included on the recommendation writing': a specific account of, P. O. Drawer,. 8 U8 -
\ Nationwide Insurance of Jim Wil- Bradford's non-compliance. Keyetone HelKhla Fla. 32858
I for Ellt9.te
Casey Receives liams vocational consultant Board Member Rodney Hall .Attorney. 8/81 4t 'w

I for the State Department of said it is up to HEW to prove I -.- !Mens Casual Permat
In The CIrr.ltCoert Of Florida _
LADIES
Says Education. that the board Is not in compliance IQlKhtlt JailUilal Circuit. In And I'ress for Hack to
: Brown who built the pre- and that If such a Sue UruilCurd. ('"u"'>", flvllArtlun. .

2nd HEW Letter sent part of the Vo-tech center -I charge Is made in written Evelyn. Cnno Delorea No. Smith 1U Plaintiff _ SPORTS WEAR

estimated it will take 180 form the board can proceed va Phillip Smith, Defend-1 SchoolSLACKS SALE _
days to complete the second from that ant. _
"Women Less Than Men point.
Pay [Continued From Page One] phase. The State Of Florida To: t STRETCH NYLON
Casey said that a point In Philip Smith whose renldunce

will be made without regard ,to In other business at the dispute with HEW seems to ta You unknown.are hereby notified thata Now $3.99 JAMAICA SHORTS

For Insurance"NATIONWIDE race color or national origin. special meeting Thursday. be the degree of faculty proceeding for divorce haahuen .

"Whenever teachers or principals Supt. Casey reported to the tegration. In-I[ Court for brouKht Bradford In the County.Circuit Beg $5.99

are dismissed after an Board that the Atlanta office In other action. the : Florida. .. against. you. You are Reg. $2.99
objective evaluation as a re- of the Department of Health. Accepted, with regret the hereby required to file with the
Insurance rates for women are substantially limit of desegregation no Vacancy Education & Welfare has resignation of Bradford High I unawer Clerk (o-f or the other Circuit pleadings Court your In Now 2.77

I in the school system will agreed to list, in writing. Prlncioal Jim Temple. ....... proceeding, and to serve _
Short Sleeve
lower than for men. Why? Because women ropy of name. In Barton T. Hoys
= : be filled by any person unless specific details on how Brad- -Requested that. Board Attorney Doua-IiiH. Attorney for Plaintiff Knit
Perma-I'rcss or
a no dismissed professional staffIs ford County Is in noncompliance Oeorge Pierce draw Poet Office Dra.wer. 1Z28 dalnHVlllo !! )
live longer. Ask about retirement and TRIPLE upa Florida, on or before Regular Nylon Knit Stretch
I qualified to( fill the ''VBC8lY.I ) with the 1964 Civil Right resolution asking the County he 2!>th day of July lOllX.

I benefit features. Call today. I "In the event teachers are dis.I Act. Commission to provide space Herein fall not' or a Defaultwill Shirts SHELLS *277Reg.

I missed after an objective evaluation Casey told the Board he received for a school board meeting Wltne be ..entered mv haod against. and neal you.of Sport _

I because\ of desegregation a letter from HEW In room and county offices. said. Court at Starke Bradford

BILL ,POWELL I ,.the district will. .be. prepared answer to the Board's request County I.-.n A,Florida.D. 1B68.this 24 day. of 3 For $5.00 $2.99 _

I to demonstrate uirougn (anAL)
Phone 9616.164, NATIONWIDE' the 'use of objective criteria --Charles. A. Darby .6/IJI./ _
'
I years of age and have been Clerk of the Circuit Courl Reg. $1.79 $1.99 "
404 W. Madison St. 'that auoh dismissals' Old not residents of Florida for five By Virginia F. Darby. Entire Stock !Mens

Starke, Fla. I occur becauae of race color, Long Quizzed years. He also.' advocated an Deputy Clerk 8/21.L 7-18 Short Sleeve S M L XL

The Man from Nationwide is on Your Side or national origin."I Increase In the $500 additional -
I exemption now allowed widows fa The Small Clntmw. Conrt OfHrntlford nTrItSPORT 00
Nationwide Mutual Fire Insurance Co. hope the information'On Tax Reform perhaps to $1,000. County, Florida Vmtt Boyn 3
NO. la-am: : $
above. is of assistance to Sleeve
Short
you
These Increased exemptionswould .
Nationwide Life Insurance Co. I Charles A. Davldiion. Route
and the Ward In our common cut the tax Intake very I Box 81, Lawtpy. Florida. 00
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. Plaintiff. VH Harold Mantel, DRESS $ SHIRTS
Home Office Columbus Ohio I seach for successful methodof By CommissionBradford little and Long feels persons wlione roaldence Is. unknown 1 \
: ,
complying with the law." on fl"ed.limited incomes would Dffondiint.NOTICW. Knits Jack Shirts' Reg.
TO APPKAR
benefit greatly by ''the exemp SHIRTS
TO: Harold Hartel whone re.
-- County In one of' Idenca la Unknown:

16 in the state chosen to sup-, tion.Long went on record as op. You stilt' are for hereby damages notified upon thata npromlHMory Size 6-18 Reg. $1.4 .J r. Boys Nylon I Stretch

ply tax assessment information( L posing the 50 per cent Inven- note baa. been filed Reg. $1.00Swim
I k to the new Florida Commission ,tory assessment for 1968 and airalnat you In the above-named
Court and ramie and you are
for Taic': Reform. the 25 per cent afflcxsment set required to serve.( a for I960.) the or pleading to the complaint -
I "I'm real proud we were,I Decreasing per- anawer .
CharlcmA.
chosen as one of the 16 counties centage of inventory will be of Davidson nn. the and Plaintiff.file the orlic- SANDALS 00 Boys Short Sleeve Kesr. $1
I' ," Tax Assessor Gene Long little benefit to the small 'businessman Inal with this Court on or be. '
| Kefir. $3.99
fore the 18th day of July, 1968;
said. The assessor said he has but of great value to otherwise th. allegation of said $ 3 Stripe Polo 87c.LADiiTTEHNlS

no Idea, why Bradford was chos- large concerns. Long says. Complaint will he taken aa con. .
and default I judgment Only
teased
Long alsoOpposed: bv you
unless it
-iiiwiiiuii en U the fact that 'he will he entered for the relief
has !been outspoken over the. the Green Belt demanded by plaintiff'
state in assessor's meetings.A Law as it Is applied to corpora Thin notice shall be published

L--::;;; lawyer representative> : tions. Idea behind the law to consecutive. once each weeks week. In the for Bradford four

George Scott, of the tax reform begin with Long says wa to County Telegraph.
Whether it's a family affair, din- commission was here Monday. !eneflt the small farmer. Dated this 12th day. of June, Asst. Colors

June 24, obtaining data from -Favored repeal of the pro 1968.Dolores. C. Dampier. *
10's 88
Clerk of Small flalma. Court Size 4 1.2 -
for two business vision granting banks, exemption
ner or a engage Long. Bradford. County, Florida :
The Bradford from taxes on tangible 6/13 4t 7-4

ment you can relax and leave supplying information assessor to Scott In, personal property. Long'stheory Mens


the serving to us. favored exemption a for$10,000 persona'homestead on a fixed :while banks individuals shouldn't be and exempt .I THE SOUTIISIDE WALK SHORTS Girls Nylon

''businesses are not. CHURCH OF CHRIST
Income who 63
are over
Ask Those Who/ Dine Here About Our standard Long also form favors on tangible using per a; Invites YOUTo Reg. $3.50 $3.99 Reg. $2.99 KNIT TOPS

THE BRADFORD sonal property instead of different 3.00 $2.50 now $1.00
Buffet
Delicious COUNTY TELEGRAPH I colored ones he has to I Hear

send to Tallahassee now. The Nylon Re*. $1.99GIRLS

Served Daily Published at 138 every W. ThursdaJ'I I many work forma he says.just make extra II THE GOSPELOF DRESSES ,t KNIT SHORTS

Stance Fla 32091 I The Bradford assesnor also CHRIST Now $144

TWO HOT ENTREES Second class postage paid I wen t on record as opposing the' All Sleeveless Pastels .

Lunch Buffet $$1.25 at Starke :Fla. Tax Reform Commission. That 8::30 Sunday Morning Reg. $3.99 Reg. $2.99
he
Subscription Rate: body will dictate all policy

11:00 to 2:00 says, taking decision making WPXE Radio Dial 1490 $3.00 $2.00
: p.m.
TWO VEGETABLES : ajn' In trade area: $..00 peryear away from the local anes ors. y LAWN CHAIRS

; $2.25 six month.. No group can sit in the Capitaland I Worship Service .

ASSORTED SALADS < Outside trad area: J4.SO make single sweeping policies Sunday, 11:00 A.M. Reg. $3.88 88
which would be tailoredto '

ROLLS BUTTER Dinner Buffet $1.75TEA per year; $2.SO m months I the needs of every county. Bible Study Sunday $ 2

E.: L. Matthews, editor and
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COFFEE 5:00 p.m. to 9:00: p.m. publisher I Ii ADD MACHINE ROLLS. 10 A.M. and 7 P.M. p

II 3 Ml. South an US 30.1 .
I File Folders complete Une office 0.

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!Section' One Paitc Four nRAOJl'ORO ronsmr TRf-icoiiApn. RTARKK.: FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 4, 1968
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Operates Bait Farm I tt rpritin1s llu utfjr: mUg I I Six Rainfall Months,Below' .' :,:I ,


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Local Henna Picked Here Mr. B. A Turner one of 50..Year Average .

And ThereABOUT I I r the leading merchants of La-
oufh Makes Worms Dollars
lswtey := PEOPLE YOU KNOW Crosse was In town Thursday. JV. near perfect record was

-- racked up by the Florida Forest -

.i....'. .,.. .._. .., Matters t.hailIave Occurred We have the finest and largest Service In Bradford .County; !,.
..-..- ,- -- Or Will Occur In The Near line of flower seeds ever last month with' only one.,
Capitalizing on the fisherman's ,
wvw" Future seen In Starke. Starke Drug woods fire with .2: acre burned ,
love for that tug on his .
J ... t J Co. June .
A reported during
line a 19-year-old: Lawtey was .
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-- Epitome Of A Week'sHappenings
for June'
teenager turned businessman Avel'age'rainfall
< i In Star! eI A social hop will be !given
has made the sale of .1 v In the county was 7.93 inches

fishing worms a money making I Pea-;; ab the New Commercial this as compared with a 50-year. ,
Seed
At Walter evelng by the Young Men'sSocial ,
proposition I Wills. I Club. average of 10 30.
"
Last winter the Bradford For the first six months of

High School senior, he received 1968., Bradford County had an
A"ir syr Fine neckwear at J. M. AIvarez'a Won't someone else please
-" k his diploma this June, be- I average of 25.25. some five
jump on Mrs. Peek's walk? It
gan looking around for "some- inches less than the /BO-year
thing to "!I" ''!In addition, to is very)" uneven and needs:
for the first six
growing strawberries. Hitting Note the change in T. R. jumping on badly. I average

Sweat's ad months, 30.88 inches.
on the fish bait idea young
T A. Knight says he has
Wilbur Waters started last
.. The hunting season ended fifteen different of
... I styles
August with one bed of 70,-
yesterday. spring roller window shades
r' 000 African might crawlers.He r rw. I
blur % I il l' from 40c to $1.00.
has since marketed over It I
The late will
peach
600,000 worms and, has 35 crop I -
I likely be good this year. Starke's set of sweet sixteens
beds. ,Young Waters has repaid
I cannot be excelled in the
.. Waters
his father J. I
who owns Waters'. Grocery in Fish are biting splendidly' state either in personal appearance -
in the lakes west of town. or deportment.Mr. .
the
Lawtey. establishing worm

farm. There is still about three
A 1 Don't forget T. A. Knight's Jul Browning and Miss
1 months: of the fishing seasonI .
offer for the next 30 days. Ida Underhill were marriedIn
remaining in which the warm MI
,
I 1i.
New River Monday by
'veather, worm can be shipped f '
I 1 and It'll be Wilbur's profit rk4 I ,. The weather Is very sugrgestlve Squire M: F. Moore. I Ask

from here on out. I of picnics and red bugs

Judge M.alphur' is offering, t
This winter the enterprising Charley I IEe
young businessman will spend I I For flu !grippe use Powell's marriage,,licenses l in blocks off p

alive and Fever Cure; it never falls to five at $1 each. j tv
his t
keeping worms
!
building additional sheds to : cure it.The 'i _____ I.

shelter still more beds. Wa- d/" t\ The sunshine of these gIOr-

ters plans now are to go into orange trees look as If ious spring days gives one a ,I Johns

the worm raising business! W.Kn I they needed an injection of foretaste of summer. X ,.
,i Xl r\ life ellxer. -
full-time along with a nine- M1 I
Harris.-Wire Buckle Suspen- About this question
( W.r hour load he expects to carryat f :
1 1.l M Santa Fe Junior College. You can buy a good pair' of ders warranted for 2 years at

But the have already pants at J. M. Alvarez' for 65 J. M. Alvarez's. "Burglars failed to crock
worms cents. open our .wife, but damaged it
into dollars for the ,
turned
HO biully It couldn't be opened.I .
Bradford farmer who For Sale-A. Hallett and Davis -
young
.'"'Ive' a new bright yellow Mrs. F. H, Todd of Lawtey square piano. Enquire of know our Safe Burgrary In-

Checrolet Camaro which he experts visited friends in Starke this Mrs. W. E. Todd Lawtey. Muranro will pay the damage to
week. our office and the cost of anew
the worms t- pay for. sole-but how about the
To save money Wilbur< placed A meeting of the Talblrd ,
hs worm beds under an old 4 Wanted- three quarts of Society will be held next $$3 we paid a professional safecracker -

house built high off the orange seed. Apply to S. P. Thursday afternoon in the ;: to get our cash and
"
q 4 valuables out of the old "wife
around, on his father's farm Crews Starke. Baptist Church.

Ronnie Patrick carefully counts out 03 worm at a tin. I Just west of Lawtey. The house, J Charley E. Johns
Mrs. Elmer 1> Alvarez of Good bread Is half the living -
he old Jovce Ann Sap place
and puts. then) In it cup for "Hhipmeiit The worms., tlili. k In the.'s ti about 100 old. Solid Johnny Lee Ron, left, and Ronnie 'I'ut. Iln'I1I! In boxes of 20 cups each or shipped( Albany Oa. visited friends In Joseph Eckert of the Agency

bells. are quickly, gallicied.. 1'rcnh. (pent In added. for fuel during .'I old beams 40 years to 50 feet span rick pack cupit of fishing norms. for "nhlpnient In lings of 1,0410) each. Shipped ut 4-0 Inches Starke this week. National Bakery bakes the 131 S. Walnut St.

shipment the house and Waters and his Saturday nlOrJlln The worms' tire the worms. grow more In transit best. Mail orders solicited.
T. A. Knight is sacrificingpart PHONE 964-5070

''T1I tbr. bumph':! of his stock. Now is the If you are "puny" or haven't ,

1f ....w.. """ 9T. o. .. But Wilbur savs "I'll take I MGt I 1 11 yp | time to buy. recovered from your winter I ig

'\ .1 cold by all means get a bottle !
!' quite! a few bumps to save al.noO"
GI $ I Mrs. W. E. Davis and little of Stewart's Sarsadrilla It

.. I Fa h worni' bed is about 4'/S" I son are visiting relatives in will entirely eradicate all disease -: 301DRIVEIN 1

feet across and run the width i Gainesville and give you pure, rich,
I I
of tie house. Plastic is placed blood. 75c. Starke Drug Com-,

.I I I arwind the house In winter Goods will be sold for cash pany.
.
\ \ I at cash prices stern- Editor's Note From the
_. ''''fJ and a space heater keens the by Truby, :

.. ; ,.. 11: worms around 80 degrees; berg Si Co. March,, I.. 1895 lssuepf The 1

\tI they die if It becomes very' Telegraph.. ], | ''

cold. Waters lost 20,000 worms Mrs. Roat. of New York I if I .OPEN SUNDOWN

I 1t: 'N'1 pnrly this year by shipping J spending thewinter at the Show Begins at 7 P.M.

: .. them to colder climates.He Kentucky House. GLASSFOR I'

.. .. has made shipment.. to.. ADMISSION
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oj .... :
Canada and Mexico as well as Mrs A S. Llddon has returned EVERY PURPOSEMirrors Adults 75e Students 60e

l' .1 manv states. in the U. S.. Including home after a visit with, I Chiloren Under 12 Free
I ,
'
)1' relatives in Ocala. .
,; '" I, I California One Ala-
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....,,..". ,>Iff"i: ,"'.. I bama customer has placed a FOR, EVERY! .'PURPOSE' THURS.. FR!., SAT.

standing order for 100,000 per Mrs. W. H. Hoffman of JULY 4, 5,6
River Junction visited relatives .-
month. I
This 1963 Ch'roh.tVII" "spun' completely around when Itpulled SHEA'S
The In here this week. Double Feature ProgramGAYUHUNNlCUnRAYMONDBURR
a
worms are placed
across. IIS-301 on the :Market Koiul rollltleil with the I

Ford Mustang. /': i the kgroiintl.' Nobody was. "seriously, In- r bed f neat.with two They to feed three on Inches the Hats at and below cost the GLASS CO. II I

jured. highly organic Boll and are also tt balance of the winter at T. A. 312.4315-172.4353

feed dairy fertilizer fcow Knight's Store. Mrs. Schro- 11313; N.W. 4th Place

manure! as well as commercialworm ., N i p t4y eder. I I Ga ....villo t'I :.

3 Treated Released
,, food that is 15 per cent 1 fi I I.
protein. Worm growers have, to

pay $50 for 15 cubic yards of

the manure. I FLORIDA THEATREShowtime
After 301 Collision
Each worm they are bisex- I II

ual, lays an egg every three to I I

Three persons were treated, kins! Plummer, 48, Orange five days. Each egg hatches 7:30
,! Weekdays Sunday 3:00: -
and l released from the Bradford I ik, that' was passing her. I from one to 20 new worms. It ; T Saturday 1:00: GEORGE PEPPARD is'P.J:1: I

County Hospital Sunday June :Miss Blown was charged toy has been estimated Waters I '

21, after a ,two car collision at 'Florida Highway Patrolman I says that one worm will multi- ___ .

the Intersection of North Tcm-,i with Improper change of lane. ply into 25,000 In six months. Young R'nters; shown with lilt. .beds.. ofAfrican old started. (the business. lust December" and FRI., SAT. JULY 5, 6 TECHNICOLOR* A UNIVUSA&,'ICTU....
'pie Avenue US-30U and Market : Damages) were estimated at Voracious types the worms
( ) .
PLUS
,,- .
night crawlers under, the old 'house IIIIH already repaid the debt he matte establishing Double -
Road. $400 to each vehicle. eat through the layer of peat FeatureProgram_ ,
I I which lie uses Oil shelter for thA .bed. of Atilt it.
Henry Harris 49, and Betty In less than a day and then
Jean Harris 15 start the fertilizer. fishing. worm farm In Lnutcy. The lU-jear- From LfIY 1i.1RINR! ( (LAWN.Ram)KIEBIE***,
occupants of I on dairy STOCK CAR

a 1963 Chevrolet that ,was i Theft Suspect When the diary fertilizer Is .-. THE IIUHT
advertisements in sporting I to GRAND PRIX!
crossing Temple Avenue from : almost gone commercial foodIs I
east to west, and Peggy Suzanne Arrested added. A new layer of peatis magazines and most orders i hI' .In writing and..intuit' state ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL e II I lAM
In Jax mall. lh place of ipMldiMire\ and pciittoffice 111111
Shad, 20, one of two''', added each two weeks, and come by address of the eia hnsat. CHURCH STARKE
ulsters In a 1967 Ford :Mustang dairy fertilizer every week. Waters hopes to double his hlN agent, or hit uttornov, or It
I 600,000 worm output by win will be void according to l \vKai.li Sunday cervices: HolyEuchuarist '
traveling south on US-301. A second suspect n the June The worms can be seen ;. creditor, shill were taken to the ho'pltal, but 3? theft of six AM-FM radios coming to the top of the (bed I .Iflelit copies\ tit his Inliii) to Sam. Family ser-
leleased. I from Gay's Home Applianceon to feed on the commercialfood. ter.He works up to six pickersat "II11hh'< l. the County. Judge! to vice and church school [Holy ( fINIS American IntwnMlonal'PIcturH I IEAIPHUHIIRS''.
mall the
to
one personal'
According to the Starke Pol- North Temple Avenue was If too much food is add one time and pays by the Hentatlve.Hated repie- Euhcarist.lst and 3rd Sunday

Jce Department, the collision arrested In Jacksonville Saturday ed the worms come to the top thousands of worms picked. June 2nth A. 1>. 19611. Morning Prayer 2nd and 4th '
I'ANAVISlON'
occurred as Harris driver' of June 27. and start crawling, but a One Lawtey youth, Tex Patrick JaekHonvllle The Florldaat lubal Bank Of I Sundays].- J. Thomas Staab PLUS sae ,1ItIcaq COLOR .UNITtD.--RiiSrs-.s

the Chevrolet attempted to Fred Carlton Turner, 30- water sprlnker wets the hctf. picked eight thousandin As Kxecutor of tile Last Will Rector. .T H .' A T'a a
cross the four-lnned highway.The year-old Negro who says he Is and sends them back beneaththe six hours. Each picking and, Testament of Waddcll. A. THE PRIVATE NAVY
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Wnlliiit Hr. nkaV. \\.1-1.
: A.
Mustang driven by :Mary .
an unemployed tailor, was returned surface. nets 25 to 35 thousand worms. lace, ceased. I
Kathleen Shad, 16, Jacksonville to Bradford County Finally a bed fills up with Two other Bradford: growers Trust Hv: Fred J. Thwji'mon, Ji., ,loll"'..k..nvlll.Florl.l'..i I i rile" rlda Hulldlng SUN., TIIRU WED.

wa- traveling south at ap- Monday July 1, charged with the expended peat which Albert Sappenfield and Vernon ,OfficerAlums Kothateln & Slefrel Attorney r'<.t i l i\ecutor", OF SGT. O'FARRELLWith JULY 7.10

proximately. 45 mph Harris'lipped grand larceny. Turner posted: a Waters says is very good plant CrosbY and Wilbur help each 6/27 4t 7-l
was r' stlmutcd at 20 mph. $5,000 surety bond Tuesday, fertilzer. Then the top layer other out on big ciders. He Double Feature Program

The Chevrolet struck the July 2, and was released. where the worms are, Is scraped even enlists the assistance of Bob Hope And Phyllis Diller

left front end of the Mustang\ Alfonso Harper, arrested the off and placed Into two his girl friend. Kay Colson PROBLOOMFor BEST Of THE MARINE .
according to the report of 1 additional beds. Thus one oud but "She doesn't like
In-I same day of says
the thefts TUES.JULY 7 8 9
on SUN.tiMON., ,
vcstlgatlng Officer Harold June 3, Is still In the Bradford bed makes two new ones. the picking but she Is good at : I CORPS BLOCKBUSTERS! J

Ciews, pinning! the Chevrolet I Countly Jail. The used peat Is thrown feeding and watering." The Discriminating Horseman IBRU7/E hAVAGFe .IHAE jRAEeN !
one complete turn. Damagesto (
One of the two men kept away. Waters Is willing to giveIt Worm farming is a full-
the | EXCITING ftl
Mustang were estimated DEVELOPMENT: \ m-
proprietor Oene Tanner occupied to anyone willing to load It time Job. Wilbur says, "I stay =! aTealarmaAn e.n
at $400 and the "
Chevrolet
at '
It does contain lime however Chelated Trace / AY151NaaeiYaAlrNawv '
while up. is still Minerals rTr'M
a total lossHarris the other carried here all days and there '
was charged with the two radios out of the store which keeps the worm, something I've left to do when'I ; v RGDTAYIORjYYEriEMIMIEUX r.'IPll)
PRO- I.XHI I.. a unique rut ,
to a waiting car. But Tannersaw beds from souring but would, leave at night"But Ion balancer formulated to
failure to have his vehicle ;
un- the theft being carriedout not be too good for plants I produce. valuable conditioning factor!. A produce manu- ? ; ,
der control and causing an ac- the businessmanIs N"
cident. He was fined $800:; In the reflection of a stove which thrive in an ,acid soil I asking for young more oik. He factured by fermentation of a rich tuna fish broth with e .JIM BROWN I II I ftGRr;

court cents In Starke Mayor'sCourt. oven door am:! notified the like azaleas.A hopes to double his 35 beds an alnimlanre of BI'wl'l'IPIL..t and Pure Cone Molassesnatural _

Bradford Sheriff's Department new bed of worms reaches this winter.In fermentation to preserve all the natural nutritional tj s 6
Tanner got the tag shipping size four to six inches fortified. fflfflSIsr B
In a iiecond mishap Friday. qunlitlra, with additional( proteins minerallt. :: \ !
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in few weeks. Then ,
June 21, a 1966 Chevrolet number of the fleeing car and a umlnt, and carbohydrates' : then air agitated and double nncoior 'mmmrnmmm B BJWS.
two three
picking begins or
Harper was traced to
driven by Webster 1. White, Jacksonville I homogenized 'to insure
wos< traveling north on Water the same day. times per week. The worms The. Countr, ;Ju Street and struck a parked car grow still more in shipment Ida.*%utl I'ur JlriMlforil. iMiiilr.. I*'lor*, Ion. Field. result. and testy from lending universities .PM15YIa9N sd YEnIWIOf. PLUS -

I 'owned by Mra.; Juno Wailer PINE LEVEL BAPTISTS while they are packed In fresh Hie J\,,. show that the fermented tuna fish broth produce not only

}(ol1l IlY. The 11)33) Oldsmobile PLAN HOMECOMING: : peat.Worms I Wiillaup.,In\ He: Hr l>;Ult oleo|.. Of known\Viulil.-ll., a* W A.. enzymes. nnd Imoterl.i but valuable growth factors!.. PRO-: WED., THURS. JULY )if{>, 11 COLUMBIA PICTURES Presents

I was not occupied Damages to are shipped in cups) A. WallHc., Ducenavri.Noruu BLOOM Ration Iltlnnrer, provides' four essential factors" SIDNEYPO1TIER

each car was estimated at Homecoming will be held of 50 each and in bags of 1- .: TI> (.1tJ''J'tlH!: (protein. carbohydrates, \ltainlni, and minerals, ) for good Super Mcrtter Superfcjr VS Groovy.9der 1
Sunday, July 7, at Pine Level 000. A 10 cent is To. ill errdltorn!I and nil perNona ; .a>fbelAsni..
$::100. per overage having claims or denlitnilv. horse nutrition-ull In a liquid form readily available to the i
Officer Crews charged White Baptist Church with dinner included in each shipment; against said
with failure to have his vehicle served after the morning for Instance each cup Waters hereby. Sal notlfltttl, ..uui)unit of H4uirttl you, .ari to

under control' and causing an service. The day will also cele- pack contains SS worms. A file and claim and tlHitianUH rr' JAMES. CLAVEU/S/ i' ooucrsmt"

accident. White forfeited a brate the 88th birthday ann- cup of the night crawlers retails may which hava you against or either the ornate at you m, Makes A Good Ration AwLL5MFRK UTO SIR
,
$27.50 bond In Starke Mayor's iversary of Rev. W. E. Hall for 65-75 cents he says. Waddell A. Wiillai.it Hr.. also : More )
of known ae W A. Uall.icf. de-l Effective ( J
Court Eureka former pastor of
At present Wlbur Is ship- ,
rea ed. lute of Bradford, County
Three persons escaped Injury I the church for many years. ping around 1,000 cups every- Florida. In the office of the AVAILABLE AT WITHLOVE"

Saturday, June 43. when a The Johnson Family singers two weeks plus his bulk or ty County County Judge Courthoimu of ara.1IorCoun.In \Stark.-,

1967 Mustang driven by Carolyn will be heard at the morning ders. Shipments are mostly tOI Hrailford County, KloiMu. within STARLING FARM' SUPPLY '

Yvonne Brown 10 t turned service, and will also assist bait centers all over the IT S. mix month.* from th" date of I MansIMelNOsuw5 .,,,,,.,, ,rjJ.rN

left Into the path of a 1S6UJlustantf ) I with tha singing during the,I The worms are sold through I ticeKuih the. firm puhll.'utlon. of thin 00-1 316 E. Hrcmnlee Starke Ph. 961.6062 OaetM'sCtfkx7oN (A/tA1N4cO.cRr 1351 i iMIttTMitU4alrr' TECHNICOLOR (pJ

:, driven by Penn! ili.ji- afternoon. claim or demand. must

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ISeal", *#* 1Ih.e. lC'WJ'0S4/ at 111 1NGVA1u Egg64

Iven P\I:1'\ : -' Hi the T1I-u"der'!:
I bird CasQ= '.49 Orlando last PAYMENT

'njiuwiW.! > JSWUB 87. I
T1eoI tournament. for

09 rgia.atld yio'K"' JHnJ" deal-

ere was SRWWwred by bite :Ford FREE

,1 ,Motor ''Ct>. ,ojf J.acQ'.mv.1l1& !Iud

1 ohayllCt,.aII,1Pw ate Plnor Country I :
AUTOMA TIC
a4n. Club ,l II) (Orlando!! home of ICE MAKERS

n.. 1 n P ie ..eartl' '!the tI'tnlllt.Cttitw..',*,.In''he,Qpe; n. 103 tournament tJealern. GIFTSModal

''I'e"'IU" J: won set a of ninesluminurrl
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I T enwft/ U. 3; Royal
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Iran( .wtoll'"''v 4ue $190, as first I I --- I' '

. rlise fw lw W
also lv"! f.tat; the low pet, 'I'II:' ::1. \ I I1.
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loitTmt drl"e. end< longest putt.A -..\\1...:.I' ; .tj:::! ,':,-- .2E." ,),, r
El 1 'I i
1889 Tht'nderMril was given n i iW I pIt :. ::':
-l':
''m'PJIf (
aw.y ail. A* drawing and was ; i., : !!9\.i. ,..... J I
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won by the Cuval Motor Co., ("'i 'ji, ... ,. .
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9 e ; f 'lIOI\t\ .[, I : ..1110! r i:
ay r taadl'k' strcyyr4 Wand WllHams. says she is f 6'1" ,. ,.. ; ..
r I i : -'j: ::' ,I ",, '" ,.- I. ::..,. ,
Hays B.wen. trophy now. ''';' .II' !;:iw.-"V ;t ./. ...
The oowjle will fly to Dal- .:.. :: I \' -.1 .
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1011 ,
54 Tw Sun-lay. July 7 where I DI 1 I I../'r._. -- '" -.----_- .. .
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''+ ,+l1A arvbc Bish will compel< te for the Na 1"A i hN -'Iow '
tlon'l 1 Publlnx title. It will ftlbe" ti I II.

eo a honeymoon for the r I Model RJP85 Mndol RSP99 tGrtrA, .dol RSP225 "I@:
nevHvwed They will returnto W J

( .Florida Saturday. July 13. I. /@\ ,Model' RJPSS \51 WESTINGHOUSE
Friday four-ball champ- RJJ42 111 Moaal RIMS! WESTINGHOUSE ; WESTINGHCUSE

onshlFrrfy, was the third i WESTINGHOUSE "FROST-FREE 18" *" "
Shine Goes Down Drain DECORATOR PANEL FRONT i* CECORATOR> \ PANEL FRONT
win In seven tournaments this DECORATOR PANEL FRONT*
DECORATOR PANEL FRONT '
WESTINGHOUSE FROST FREE 22"SIDEBYSIDE .
season for Bishop. WESTINGHOUSE I FROST FREE 19
When It cranes to be useful us evldrncn something him to REFRIGERATOR FROST FREE 16" TOP MOUNT REFRIGERATOR I

be done with those jugs and bottles. of niooiiHhlne Hitting LEGION POST 56 REFRIGERATOR REfRIGERATOR. I SIDEBYSIDEFront i

around the Bradford) County Jail. But It hoe to. ho legal .n PLANS INSTALLATION 14CU.FT."FrostFree 14CU.FT."FrostFree Front can be decorated to e F.4. nt can oe decorated to

Deputy Sheriff Glrn Moore hail to round up a pair of wltnemf a Front can be decorated tomatch match any kitchen 18 Cu. a ca't be decorated t tomatch riiiitcli any kitchen Jonea-Langford White American : e n 19.2 Cu. 122
before he could dispose of a gallon or two lust week. Install 14" never a 14" any kitchen 16 Cu. Ft Capacity e Completely Ft. Capacity-only 35, wide
never Ft. 32"
Post 56 will
Lesion a Capacity-only e
Namex. have to bl' on the dotted line thut the shine didn't go new officers! at a banquet to I sign of frost. Not In the re sign of frost. Not In the refrig- I Ft. i37.rb Tilt-Up ShelfIn Frost Free e slim Wall De. Completely Frost Free wide.e Big i Completely Krost Free Big
i in the freezer 'I I the Freezer Completely signed for extra bigness inside :
Not 280 Lb. Freezer 14 Cu. Ft.
down the 9,1 frigerator. -
wrong epout.rl be held Tuesday:! night. July erator. Not In the freezer a 155Lb. Freezer 280-Lb. Freezer a 11.1 Cu. 1
121-Lb. Freezer with full I I Frost Free Automatic with New Power
Refrigerator
at the Inn. Past Department 121 Lb. Freezer Automatic
Kolllday Ft.
Refrigerator e New Power
disFull Width Door Shelf Automatic : ,_
Maker fills freezes,
Ice
width door shelf Full Width Economizer saves electricity
Bill Ed-
Commander Ice Maker fills freezes
dispenses Economizer .
electricity'
.
;, wards, of Daytona Beach will Full Depth Shelves provide Ice cubes automatically I penses Ice cubes automatically Ice Maker fills, freezes, e Automatic slave Maker fills I e Automatic Ice Maker fills,

be the speaker and Installing storage to every corner. Spe Cantilevered Adjusta- \ Cantilevered Adjustable dispenses Ice cubes auto. freezes, dispenses I ice cubes freezes, dispenses ice cubes _
6 officer. claI2.PosltionShelflsedjust. Shelves: 1 full width, 4 half. matically Cantilevered Adjustable automatically Twin Juice
1 ble Full-Width Shelves for automatically e Twin Juice
'yif dV All Legionnaires and their able Full Width Vegetable I th shelves move to any Shelvos-1 full width I Fresh Can Dispensers .7.DayFresh
Invitedto holds %/ bushel of i wonderfullyflexlblefoodstoro ltion in seconds Slim and 4 half-width shelves move anrl ,
wives a.nf: dates are Crisper 7-Day Meat converts Meat Keeper converts to
age Keeper
for extra storto any position in seconds I I Keeper to extra
( attend.ornMOK. vegetables PLUS: Built-In keeps16.lbs.offreshmeatfor Wall designed i extra frozen meat storageCantilevered
f frozen meat storage
Egg Storage, Butter Keeper, week Vegetable Crlsper ageinsid 7.DayFreshMeat Deluxe Panel Glow Lighting I Slim Wall Designed for extra i I. Slim-Wall Designed for extra '
Deluxe Glow Panel e Large Vegetable Crisper e _
Keeper
Magnetic Door Gaskets, No holds bigness inside Cantilevered
over V4 bushel PLUS: Removable storage t inside e
Coil in Back COLORS: Avo Lighting Large Vegetable Egg Container Adjustable Refrigerator
\ ivnvrioM' TORKUIgTKIt Butter Keeper, Built-in Store Butter Server I Adjustable j Refrigerator I
Butter & Cheese 7-Day Fresh .
NAMK cado, Goldtone, Coppertan Crisper r Shelves Dairy Service Compartments
FfCTITIOUH
age for 22 Eggs, Magnetic Shelves*Utility I Compartment.
Notice Is herby given, that the White Servers Removable Egg Meat Keeper converts to a : e Removable ''Zgg
undersigned, under the provls- Gaskets, No Coil In Back Container Adjustable Door moist-cold crisper for extra i I' e Removable Egg Container I
Ions of Election 8511.09! Florida COLORS: Avocado Goldtone Container Utility Compartment :
Butter Server
e
: e Large Vege-
Statute". 1965, will reRloter, with Shelves Gtide-Out Adjustfruits and vegetables e Glide. I e Large Vegetable _
the Clerk'. of the Circuit Court, Coppertan, White Out tableCrisper.Glide-Out Adjustable
_
tJ tJ'tl able Rollers COLORS: Avo Adjustable/ Rollers e I i! Glido
Crisper -Adjustable,
for
In and
j Florida': upon rrfcO: proofof cado, Goldtone, Coppertan, COLORS: Avocado, Goldtone, i / Rollers COLORS: Rollers COLORS: Avocado,
:14'L publication of this notice 'I Avocado, Goldtone, Copper. I
Coppertan, White
: '' 00 White
$
the flptlllntiH name' or HA'fI' $22 9 tan, White Goldtone, Coppertan, White
t
: _
f,e5 I TON MILL.WORKS! under which
rr ar I am engaged'' In huslnexs at P I, W.T. i iW i Decorator Trim Kit Optional Panel Trim Kit Optional i; .Panel Trim Kit Optional Panel Trim Kit optional
r Jr- O. Unx IIl.: Hampton Kla.Un'iriro I $ 7.00 J
twp Ji::. Davie, P. O. Bon
'i 'fl' i a'. ,J i'J D1. Hampton, Kin., Mole own..rDAtod DO I
this 20th\ day of June, .T. $$359
$
( 1 A Florida., D. Starke, Bradford County $10 Per Month i $322-99. W.T. $499.QQ I $$549.00

r R/ZQ 41 l 7lIn {e $10 Per Month .


New Inspection Station K'sMk. .The ,Circuit!.Jndlrliil And. Court For Clrroll BradfordVniintr. Ol Th UKlnrlda > I, $$12 Per Monthl_ $13 Per Month $16 Per Month hIJI9 Per Month


Till. In the view inntnrist. will get from rand !Street'; of Civil "..Uo. N... 84:. -
Marlon R. Crawford Plaintiff
the new auto safety Innpertlnn. huildinff a* they. drive'In to vn Luola Ann Todd. Crawford

have their cars checked later thin. month. Only one lann of Defendant.NOTICE OF SUIT! \

the 917,400 building will function at flrxt.. The driveway will TO: Lucia Ann Todd Craw.
ford. 8 Clover. Street. Ureenvllle,
be paved, however, South Carolina.You .

Complaint are Liuuia. hereby for Ann Divorce notified Todd has Crawford that been a. Cool It With Westinghouse Champs

filed against" you add you are .
Bishop Duo Wins4Ball required' to larva a written
copy of your Answer or other
defennlv ph-ading. 1C any, to it I
on the Plaintiff attorney,
Philip Barton, Bsriuira, ZOO THE THEMIDDLE THEHEAVY

Title i In JaxHarold rills Northeast.Florida with First. and the Street Clerk file. the Onlnmi of the original i LIGHT WEIGHT WEIGHT WEIGHT NO DOWN .

above atyled Court on or before ''CHAMP CHAMP -
the 8th day of July un; If you CHAMPDON'T
Bishop, 21-year-old ling for the National Public fall to da ..o, judgment will l>e
Starke golfer, got married Links team blazed around the entered against you for the relief

Saturday night, but he apparently par 36-36-72 course in 33-34- Witness demanded my In hand the and Complaint the PAYMENT

didn't let the ''pre-\vec.p- 69. Miller helped out with a snal of said Court on June 11, ...

ding Jitters get to( him as he 29-32 71. Both had tour 1008.(SEA: .TO) .. ,..M,..

and Al Miller Jacksonville bli-dles CharlnH A. Darby E t Esll..Y I
NAS, teamed to win the annual Bishop who :Ihftdi a- weddin County Clerk Circuit, Florida Court Bradford! E j

Jacksonville Area Golf rehearsal Friday night, was By Beulah M. Moody, Deputy:
Association( Pour-Ball Championship alloted a first-off teetlme and ClerkLaworrice..'
0' Philip Barton
at Selva Marina after posting th'e' teaJn's'sec- Attorney For Plalntlrr Easy Terms
Country Club Friday. ond consecutive best-ball 66 lOft Northeast Pint, Street 1 Il iii h., ei -
aainosvllle, ,Florida 32901 J
The duo posted a. blistering had to rush for\home. Boa 41 f-4 I ,, ; tt
-..... aalkg, i 411i
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front b'raze)
flve-under-par the
on He received "a1''apdrfe" }
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The e. tmdm Coed Ofllrndford
nine and a one-under-par on and a tall trophy for his efforts Co..,,,, Florid *
the back nine In the best ball but wasn't' allowed to la Probate No. I-IS1-I Easy To Install
In Re Eatate of Isabel. Mary
play. Bishop who recentlywon call it his newst trophy forI Fernandas: Simpson. ale. known Anywhereelation

medal laurels in qualify- I long. His wife, the formeWORLD'S : Isabel F.:;; Of Simpson.Probate DeceasedNotice FREE Payments To Suit Your

To All Parsons r.itrantf l'
The Entitle Of Bald Decedent. : Kit GREAT COOLING FOR UP TO SWEAT ALL SUMMER
You are hereby notified thai
a written Instrument dated Oc..
tuber S, 19S1. purporting to be 4 ROOMS AND PERFECT COOL YOUR ENTIRE HOME Budget
the Lant Will\ and Testament of >
I Price $119.00
said decedent has been admit Rejr.
ted to probate In this, Court BTU FOR TRAILERS WITH ONE OF THESE
SMALLEST You are hereby. ; commanded 5,000 $99 UP TO 36 MONTHS
within six' calendar month
front. the date of the flret publication -
ELECTRIC 'rdr of thin' "notice to appearIn Reg. Price: $159.00 FREE INSTALLATION KIT GREAT ONES
this Court and* show cause.If .

ADDING :' nf' any this ydu Court can In, why admitting the action; said, 6,000 BTU $139 Sale Price: Reg. Price Sale Price Re,!{. Price TO PAY

Will to probate ahould not stand

MACHINE i'': unrevoked./. Oenrve. L. Patten Reg. Price: $199.00 12,600 BTU $229 $249 20,000 BTU $299 $329 AS LOW AS $ PER
Circuit Judge Acting A. Cotin 1
f'Itt tv Jud.e Of Bradford County, 8,000 BTU $177
Z/tUiruzx: Mill Florid Holllx. V.' Knlht.fltarke 17,000 BTU $258 $295 24,000 BTU $319 $369 MONTH

Florida
Attorney For Executor
/ll 4t 7.6NOTICw I

I
!: TO BFFn
C...... nmdford. '
IK ClTfmH'
(,'o."t,., Florida. !. {;h.......... ,
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c.* ale SOUND AMPLIFIER '
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Judy Ann Or'ff'i"' W.I. *!. ,,
Plaintiff' Robert Walker. .
f ntH*>nfKOT"3P:: TO APPEAR D..1 i THE jpteaeii"BUDuy V S_- -

T" MiRobert Walker' 7171 -
a g K..-t Unii-erslty Avenue Gaine Just insert A Westinghouse
.
...
Von llle are ft..er".". .-o.,lfled, that NEVtf IDEA FflQMWestinhouse Century Portable Radio- Model
stilt for divorce h t been rr.
filed sa-fllnut von In the above CR-560 inside its hood and back up for
named Court and cause and you"
.....
are required< to .e a copy 01 beach
sound. Perfect for the
really big
the i
your snswer or ploadlne to RADIO BEACH BUDDY(

nomitlalnt n rn"r Hon.on a the or"Plalntlffa e H. Pi...At....-. where it protects your radio from sand,

M3 01-2011. Florida North Temple and file Avenuo.Sturke. the.. With Purchase of Any Appliance wind and splashing. Ideal for patio or
INDESCRIBABLE Unifrex n.'orlnal'n' the offlc of the
THE Jerk of the Plrciitt Co..rt on or This Month! yard too.APPLIANCES.
outstanding featuresl! Large capacity h.fore the nth dAY o* Jnlvlinn .
Compare these ntherwln' the nllean"Ireof '
: ''
_totals 11, Credit balance,' fastISO(
10 taken
-lists paid rnmnlalnt will b.
), standard, roomy keyboard, light even nit, or.nfa.e.d. hv ..n..
cycles/min..lM-no larger than a telephone, weighs Just Thle nodes hell h.. pnbl.hasonce (
touch roll enclosed for enrh. week. fnr foitr rant"rntivv -
bar
motor paper AND
GAS
81h lb., well-placed w..ka. In the Bradford SLADE
A
ease Included.
true portability handsome carrying County, T"'lesraoh.nnttJ .
lensatlonal. rt.bl. machine for years of this- 10th. day of June

Voubl..(free service TERMS AVAILABLE' lees(3BAT-. > 332 West Madison Street PHONE 961-7701 Starke, Fla.TIIRIiIDIY .

1 rinrl.i A. T>arbriirlr "
of the, flwiilr{ Court .

Bradford County Telegraph ? Pv'' :noiilnn. ? M.. M.'V"U Dopiitt. "

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,.TUURSPAY, JULY .4, 1968
''Section One Page Six BR\Dli'ORn COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORm\ _'

.
not HO filed eh nil bu void.
rate unless all city employees help those who are willing! to Gasoline Theft Marjorie B. Camper
--- City Employees Will Vote --- administrator of the Ell-
could afford:! to pay the larger! 'pay a fee of $50. State A of Aa executor of the

deduction and Clerk Edwards It was explained that this Puts In Tank Lat Will and Testament of
.
replied! that In his opinion. had 'been a matter of controversy Charles Douglas Camper, deae..sPd.

: some of them could not at for years. and that First. publication July 4, 1968.

Sh ou'Idike their present salaries Council had finally been for Three,men were arrested 7/4 4t 728k
How A Bite
Big It was then suggested that ced to stop making out-of-clt: here June, 23 alter! A Florida Notice Of'Application i For
Buford and Chief of Police! runs because it placed city Forest Service' employee in a Tax Ilred
In while the< fire tower watched, them steal "N.' ... 194.19. F. 1'1' .
Bobby Biggs poll the members property Jeopardy Notice. 'la hereby given that
of their departments and determine trucks were absent, and might four gallons! of gas. .. 1'.', J. Alderman. the holder of

Plan Ta ? :! their wishes and that result in increasing insurance The trio, Jean C. Ouellet. filed the 'following said certificate certificate. for a ha.tan
Retirement Utilities Superintendent Oscar rates.It 18; Manuel Perez! 20. and deed to be liHued. thereon. The

Davis get employees of his was suggested that Brown Hugo Garcia 19 were arrested .of...rtlfl,laHuance ate number the description and year or

department together at 5 p and other! persons Interests! in Waldo minutes after the the property, and the name' In
City employees will\ be givena I a larger :monthly payment in night after Fire Chief Ft C. I they had been paying in the m. Monday for a ,.' ,. Incident. Each pled guilty to 'wli l Ifl( >, It was assessed' are ait

chance Monday to decide, their retirement year. Buford voiced objections of past.The with Councilmen at 1. I. ,' charges of petit 1 larceny and 5 follows$ Qoortltlcate: No. 105. Year of

whether they want a bigger The decision to consult employees personnel In his departmentto proposed pension ordinance time the pension plan 4 were sentenced to serve! five Icauanc:: 1896.Description. Lot
I of
bite taken from their paychecks in the matter was paying/ a lower percentageinto as read by Clerk Merrill be explained to them : days In jail last 'Friday' June, 10'' or BLK S of DowilnB Property. Park

now In order:! to draw I made by City Council Tuesday the pension fund than Edwards Tuesday night their wishes determined. 28. /D. .
sets a deduction of three per Council will then Traveling! ,south on U. S. D.Name Kersey' In Eust which aaaessed O.

cent from wages to go into the 3 p. m. Monday to 301 the trio spotted the Forest All of said property rtln/ta In
retirement fund. Upon retire- final! decision as to : Service truck parked at the the County .o-f

Robot Goes Through Paces. ment the employee would re- everyone should be foot of the tower but didn nf Unleaa Florida.said 1< certlfU-ate or certificate

cel.e a monthly pension of one same schedule. and realize they: were being watched cording.. to ohall low b the* redeemed property de.ai>-

per cent of his average annuals schedule shoul.:! be. ,' from 100 f.et up the tower. crlbed In such. certificate orcertlflca4e

!ary during best live yearsof The new ordinance as Deputy SherTf Robert ,Oreen will he sold the to court the
Hlirlteat bidder at
t his earning capacity. If sented by Clerk ( arrestedfie! three. In Waldo. 'bonUs. door on the first Monday
-
this average should be $5.000 Tuesday night. calls for ''n.month of August. 1985 which'
.1 ADDING MACHINES Manual ;la the 8th- day of August i, iteN.
he would rer-elve a pension of per cent deduction and Dated J this 1st day of July,
'
.. Ill! or el'xtrle." For sale or
,a I
; $50 per month. per cent return. If it is 1868,
Works rent. Adf subtract credit bal- slcAti
-- __ Several councilman pointedout ed to change this, Council nce- Bradford TeU- ( .Charles.A.' Darby
that! the original plan did notify the firm of County Clerk of Circuit Court of Dr n-

__ not call for firemen and policemen Boeder Smith & Co. Wlllam wae to hap' trapb. ford County.' ,Florida.1/4 4t ?_|

to come under thecity's velops the plan.COllncnman the auto safety In' !. The C...r* Of The Oimty
see ....d.*.. Bradford CoBittr. FI.r. CALL FOR Bins
r proposed retirement by Nolln!
r equipment arrive, dil, !. Pribl.. Tbe Board of County Com-
set-up since they already had tected to the proposed he even Drubbed a In reI Estate of Ch..rJ...Dou- ml.Blon. Bradford County
Klan. Camper. Ex-ceasej FlorMft' will receive Healed Did.
v pension plan authorized by ance because it did not '
for few minutes
a To All Creditor And Person..* 'n Wednesday July 10th at
MLhp special legislatIve act, authorlJng porate the actuary to the amassment of' laving: Claims Or Demands 'i 11 A. ro at the coirthn'uise,, In
S I them to pay five per! cent in his opinion. Pat Morgan and \ alnnt Said Estate: Staike on air conditioning. the"pmsI'or4
at
Unit
Cnnntv! H..1th
____ nto the retirement fund':!, and The frequently Lindsay. But th- *.-. You and ea..h of yoU are ..q' North Church Htreet. Spec-
hereby notified and reiiutrrd, to
receive 1.87 per cent of the question of having the Civil Defense director resent anjr claim and demands. .'flcatlon.< o"lce mav. of he the. picked clerk) ,! of un the ate

est five years' average upon which! made! it broke out In a cold sweat' nay which have you,against or either the estate of you of Circuit Court In torke.Charlen .

.r etlement.: Dsna-tment make runs i labor and had .. quit.I 1 7harlea Dnusrlan Camper, d'. >i. Darby.
: .- Buford said that men in his city !limits was raised t:< :eased, late of said County, to I rifrh. to, BoardPAYROLL- '1/4
S w department wou'd !like to remain when Carl Brown ]: he County Judge. of Bradford. '
,
BAPTIST Bounty Flc-rlda at his offlpe In
I under the higher deduction that his neighbor's the court house of Maid. County ENVELOPES
-J even though It cost them caught fire recently I ] STARKE! it .Starke. Plnrldn, within "txil .
flat.-
School 10 a. m I ndar months from the time with or without carbon
more. in order to receive north of the city !limits] ':! i>f the firM i publicatIon' of thinnotion. Telerraph.
Worship 11 a. m. Two copies of each claimor Bradford County,
more in monthly payments that the Fire Department
Union 7 p m. Even- demand' shall. be. In writing
J later on.Councilman. fused to answer a call and. shall state the- place nf reQldifnce -
P. T. NoUn said he'p.' 8 p. m. Prayer and post office addressof TYPEWRITE
Wednesday 8. m.- the claimant, and shall be EZERASE
that the pension plan should "We managed to put It Virgil, Lovett pastor.p sworn to bv the claimant his I PAPER.'. Mlmeo Paper. Bond
jigti be uniform for all employees Brown said "but I think agent or attorney and arcoomnanled Paper., Notebook Fillers. -
and the firemen should note Fire Department should by a filing I fee nf'inedollar
and such claim or demand I Bradford County Telegraph.
) allowed to pay the higher runs out'I"e, the city .
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By caNing the grader Hllghtly Into the high and' a good '18 feet from the road bed. )
"df. Itnn l
ditch Young trimmed brush. about 12 feet (See page one story),. 'it

110'"


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:t HOMES. CMC- Mrs.!:' R. M.' Rrd' S .1' i ". 'ijik;

20' x 24, wide., Buddy- !
If find
I you your Layton travel ,trail
IT'S MOVING DAY .
come to the Taylor 'Azalea. ,
.. ,' trade. Tear bank fi I'. Move Insurance
FREE PASSES to &', free set up..and de your

-: _____________________ BUCKEYE TRAILER business to "The Man fe' jjfit* lUtt W

_ _ '. _ Theatre Passes In. INC.-' 6912 Blandlng, from Keystone"
I. tfrhg
) _ George E. LaRue :
VACUUM cleaner re
-' 'u--"
\ : ; $ HASTINGS S15 up. 10) different INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
"MARY' & UPHOLSTERY brand. to choose from
710 Lemon St. .
\ :! & excellent repairs al) Fire Homeowner"
II e "" '. Furniture Repaired KIRBY HALHB *
LIFE & ACCIDENT J
I-'TE' Upholstered & : 712 N. !Main Oalnes-
1 ,l : .I\; M/iTTRESSES RE tfchg Keystone Heights 473-4692: ESTATE
'' REAL

: :n.; :;" \'I"N'.S: : : .. New and Box Innersprings Springs : CABINETS. Type WANTED USED -' gas cook BUY. BILL- SELLTRADE POWELL

AI ; Drop Us A Cord or Stands, Desk, Chairs .
stove or electric refrigerators. Keal l Estate
: .'
',..._i ,,... '" .,. ., ,. PALATKA EA 5-9168 I Bradford, County.
; beds dinette bedroom :
< sets 20 acres close in. High and dry

'i.; r '"''::62.. I.:'!. ,' .f.. .r.;;(.tn.' '..iat..,,',. MJtS.21)9 PEGGY E. Adkln SHALLEB St. ltp'I':I sets sofas and chairs. .FJiorw on'plllVed road.

". ("' b"P..''...':....,::Uo. !' Stuns",. Agent Johna 964-7923. Datallers. tfchg, I 2 bedroom' ., 2 bath house excellent
l neighborhood.
.,.,\ t( I 84:acres* unimproved. Priced
,
;,. ., <'.:i!.?'.: Retirement or Small "' !: COOLS IN SUMMER! to sell. :: J''
Frame
-- -- _____..1",_: p.'"Ut" 'fs. \ ed, two dwelling bedrooms nicely fenced 139 oeres' Improved. Paved
Ww\I.
'The big Wade of the. Robot !I... shown antlivmachlne up double and>Its huga pitw canted at the ::' paved street. A real : i-o4, and railroad frontage.

nlt In repute) Its elbow drawn riding angle. ;: 'W1/ij/! (. : at $8.000.00 I II ,, 49* W. Madison St.

A. J. Thomas Realtor FEDDERS Phon. l Off. 84484

Tel. 96,1-1\701(>l I ,
I I MIMEO STENCILS and Ink.
I
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH uppliesm FOR RENT 5 room 2 AIR CONDITIONERS Duplicating machine and

I STAKKE room unfurnished nuppUes '_ Bradford County

STARKE NURSING HOME [ close-In. 268 Park Place.! TelccravT I
Opportunities of .
service: 964-6088 2tchg WINKLER ELECTRIC INC. LARGE MORTAGE Company
I Sunday-Brotherhood meeting ,

808 S. COLLEY ROAD has several houses In Stark
and breakfast 7:30: a. m. FOR RENT3 room and,surrounding area for sale.

Phone 961-6220 Starke, Fla. .Sunday School 8:43.: : Morning Mil ished apaitment N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-7596 No' qualifying, $100 down low
Worship at: II Rev. Dick Roberta
I bath, central heat. monthly payments. Call Jacksonville *
guest speaker. Training to school and business I
1. We nine, complete nursing service for adult of I Union. 6:15: : starting eight :collect 388-0161. BUIMatheny.
II 204 W Adkins.:! Ph. AJ&.u 3tchg 74|
*JI age I months Bible Survey Course. I t&A&A LA
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I Evening Worship 7:30: Rev. Oat Of Town

I Roberta. WANTED TO BUY -one HEATS IN THE WINTER! Three' bed rOom frame dwell!
Z. Ue have R.N.'s and L.P.N's on duty S4 bo.. I CLASSIFIED AD RATES 5
Monday--Trustees meet at acres of land in ing,' modern conveniences,

: "y. ; church 5 p. m. Youth Choir Up to U words ____ 1.23 area. Write Oeorge clean and. nice :2 I% miles out.Pa.ved .
practice 7.TuesdayHecn. Box 92, Fla. KNOW it's easy to I I ARE YOU planning an extra
Hampton Road, lot 80( 200 ft.
(Minimum charge) x: ,
; Longehamp Home?? room to
your home !
I.'e have our own X-ray and l laboratory. (Mr. Masters Circle Ing price. 2tp : garage garden land. Price $6,000.00
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built tor F> rld IIV- remodel, make T It
> or repair
9:30 a. m. Ida Darby Circle Each word over 13 .07 '
Terms'
lame Moucrlef In our full time licensed technician STROUT 'Your call Buford A; J. Thomas Realtor.
2:30: p. m. at home of Mrs.J. REALTY will! : plan or tOurs so, Mitchell Long- Tel. 964-5701.
). A. Griffin Lorena! Extra charge If not closed until July 15. or ours contact. Bu champ Construction for Free '

son Circle, 3 pm., at paid In advanre __ .33 2tchg 6'27: Mitchell,,. phone ..964- Estimate. Phone 9649853.tfchg UTILITY! TRAILER x 8,

Wt4. \Ve are Ilii-nncd for 53 he,1H< hy the Stat lloikrd ,Mrs. Ceo. A. Anderson.EPper-1 .' O. Box: 238 S
of Health License No. 2. Bigg's Circle, 7::30. at Memorials, Resolutions DEMONSTRATE: TOYS .tt 1C St., Starke Itp

t .Mrs. :Myldrexl: Cuttino. GIFTS Party Plan. Used Mower* > Push or Ride
r Wednesday Prayer Meet. I 7 cents per word now 'til Christmas. High We Trade We RepairFIRESTONE JEEP: =1952, 4-rtieel drive

B. We have a modern fireproof building with central Ing. 7:30: p. m. Church Choir missions. Call or write \ MOORE'S station! wagon 30000. Call

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I I' 00001 Telephone! BOAT FOR I In City .TRAILER x' 38. :3 I bedroom
50 wordi or 1 less --_- 3.00 _3455. 2tp |
METHODIST % ,
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8. We are wlthla two Lluckn, of. the Brad ford Coua- MONET Phone 964-7593: : Elcar full 'bath $1,000. With

ty Llonpltud.. CHURCH STARKE Each: word over 50 __ .07 LOSK: WEIGHT safely Ph. 964-0791' tf alr-condlUonmg. 1100. Bill

Sunday Church School Dex. -IJlet Tablets.. ONLY SERVICE ..... Bill Costello'473-3014. Itfohg

.. 1. We have a line staff of Doctor cervlng .tfce 9:45: a. m. Holy Communion. IN TOWN Mitchell Drugs 3tp I ) FISHING SPECIAL: ENGINES: AND USED APPLIANCES" HONDA- --85 good condition.

11. Wesleyan Sub-District REPOSSESSED HOUE I' With mechanics manual, $125.
2 lluiue. Mercury &9llP;
.... Lakeside Home
.. Council Meeting. 3:30: p. m. FOR SALE : Johnson 9VHP< UPHOLSTERING -" Bill CWello 473-3014 Itchg

*.. MYF activities. 6:30: MYF 2 Story 6 Rooms 3 bedroom on one acre Sean.7&HT. Used I \
$. Ware V.A. approved. meetings 7. Evening Service. miles North East: of Starke pknofher. ,*. FENNELL'S BIC'PENS. Ball Point Refills.

.r. 8. MYF Fireside. 9. $9,150S. State Rd. 229. $3,000 cash BARGAIN CENTER' Bradford County Tele

:, t. We are approved. by the State Welfare Agency. I 9pm.Vacation dally.Church Monday School.through 7- E. McKay Realtor' will small finance down for 12 years GOOD USED Add- I'/i ML So. 301 Starke .. graph.' > _

Friday. Classes for adults. Keystone Itoighta have another 3 bedroom to ..1 I
Good
subtraction credit bal rug. condition Baa-
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10. We are approved under M.Iit'ae.Eii. youth. and children. Nursery 473-4816 moved. Call Collect &
.. Bradford 'Count"' .Tele sonable. .1103 W. Madison St.
provided. I Valdosta, Ga. Area Code tf Prompt Service 2tpd.

: We are large enough to give all Bunlng iervlc Monday Circle 2. 3:30: CROSBY LAKE or write Gordon Seago P.

-- ,*-" that an adult need but p. m. Methodist "Men.. 7. Two half acre lots on East side Box 1331. Valdosta. 2tp !: TV sets ,baby For ,, ADO MACHINE ROLLS.
= innj aniall enough Repair*
o. to provide a family atrau pliere. 'Tnesday Circles 4 and of Lake for sale. A J. Thomas EXPERIENCED( trlc guitars and am- I File Folders complete line ot.i .

,' 10 a. m. 5.r Realtor, Tel. 964-5701. TER,; --Will keep children in refrigerators by day LARGE OR SMALL i flee' i.pplle*._ The Telegraph'

-.- .. 'Wednesday Circles 1 and' home ages 2 and older. month. Phone 984- L I I Ph 884630S.FOR _
p. 12. Mr. J. II. Bloncrlef In. In charge of. complete laboratory tfchg ',
3. 10 a. m..VOBTHSIDE. AUTO ZIO ZAG McGee Phone 964-5607. QUALITYPLUMBING l SALE-1959 Chev. 1
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and x-ray '.. ..UUe". aliuratury No. Oil.: 1 -
ton
$28.00 WOULD RENT-1. bedroom fur I flatbed dump truck $600;
LIKK TO BUY u I
With Title :! !: BAPTIST! \"I860, Chev.-3/4 ton .
We Comply 6, Civil nights Law S mo. old twin nemlle, buttonhole Baby Bed, 'without cottage. Large room CO.. \ with steel
Loateg: 011 A)true 1gh. Phone 964-7008 driveway and I l body, wrecked $95. Ph. 964.
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C CALL, WRITE OR COME BY Nay ISR 22JJat Ralford Roac bllnilhem ovrrruHtqeitnvt oh. Renner Apts. 633 Ph. 964-5039 I, 5184. ItFO&
HOW on button*, I .
iSR. 181. Services: Hund> DCT ,
STUDENT wants 'Ph. 964-4279 tfchg
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WITH US.
AND VISIT
School. l 0 a. m. aunda) monogram patch make ment for summer part-time I ; ) 1 I I :J ,. SALE Camper "All

Lawton I). Thomas, Owner-Administrator ': :yiJrnlng: Worship, 11 a. m I inottt all fancy .fttltrhen.' Full the fall. Shorthand and -Typlat desk. 10 Florida'to excellent! condition.wttlt' ,
cUNh balance $ 8.00. FOR SALE House and furniture move
only -
refrigerator
$10.each. PJut964- and
= i Gaining Unlun. 6JO: p. m experience. ''Linda Durrance, .
Mrs. Certrude Kauffman-Asst. Administrator For morn Information write: 210 N. : 'sink.:
J i Evening Service 7:3o. Ml* 064-5669 or 964-7081. 2tp It Cherry.' Ph9&f-j ; Sleeps'.five. Call 964-6319
:: Credit Dept. 2109 S.\V. 13th 6250 or 964-7271. tt.f1tr :
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WE COMPLY WITH TITLE VI Week Prayer Service. Wednesday 2tp 74|
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St., Gulncfullle, Fla... or callcollect FOR SALE-Mar. pony I MAKERS '
73u.: \) -Rev. CKenu Law ))1 3T6-28iO( .ask for :Mr.Green. heavy duty cart and Bradford County Tele- TYPEWRITER!: RENTALS: PAYROLL ENVELOPES.

:Let Us Care for Your Loved Ones con. panto $123. Jim Faulkner Ph. Ph.- 964-8105. ford Day week. or morvth.-Brmd- ',l b.r
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COUNTY TELEGRAPHY


Y STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1968 Section<< ITwo. Pace One
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noRmA ALCOIIOUG ..zr ftOGRAlII


\ 25 Years AgoBy alco-1


4 W K N D FQLKS, I t RAT'NEF t''. Alice !Carrey

Our Civic-Minded fc I I
Neighbors NAv You ALL E SAfiET-
,, It does' seem possible In
,this age of emancipated women topics
If you visit Keystone ]Heights very worthwhile program in which that before 1943 a married

this week and doubtless you Rotary has the full cooperation of .',. .' woman In Florida had no right By PAUL C. FORAJSEa ')",

will like hundreds of other in the the community, as well as the to make a contract, or to sue .Cdltor.' lofonnatloa lorrkcf
area you'll find the place a bee- YMCA staff at Camp Immokalee or be sued, without the con-

hive of activity. which provides the instructors. Bent of her husband. Larry W., aged 33. was a many jail. sentences later,

Busy committees have been Mayor Starnes is justly proudof 'ibill Governor which Holland signed the recent patient at Florida Alcoholic Larry's wife divorced him

"working their heads off" for sev- his community and the activi- Lou Representative Mary Rehabilitation Center. and at the age of 32 Larry
eral weeks in preparation for two ties of its various organizations.The Baker of Plnellaa County Avon Park:, found himself without the
steeredthrough the
legislature
ALCO -TOPICS Interviewed wife and two daughters who
big annual events one already Keystone Lions have long despite four
S previous defeats. him while at the center, and had managed to help keep at
y in full swing and another to be been The bill
leaders in the in
area sight CR provided that married
he talked freely and openly of least a part of his life tied to-
:, launched Monday. conservation work and the secur- rf, Y nJ'Fp l 1 F'1 f 1. women may without consent his problem with alcohol. gether.He .

Mayor Starnes cut the ribbon ing of "eye wills." The Woman's of their husbands manage, "I started drinking with a began drifting around

Tuesday morning opening the an- Club now has a fine new building sell and control their own prop- gang of boys when I was 17," the country at. this point,

nual KOP Arts and Crafts Show, under construction and the KOP 1riw flue etry be enter Into contract, Larry told us. "But there staying "dry" long enough to
or
sued. Married
sponsored by the Keystone week activities will go to help pay may also become business women wasn't any particular sensation hold one job after another.

Heights Woman's Club and acti- part of the cost of this improve- hI of their husbands and garners receive -- at that time" He now Is During this period Larry
divorced and has lost his spent eight weeks at a rehabilitation -
vities will continue at fever pitch ment. Masons Eastern Star Es- their husbands' power of
during the week, including food trellitas American Legion and I attorney. family and business.By clinic, but he emerged -
the time Larry was 21 from it ready to pick up
sales, swap shop KOP tours anda Auxiliary Junior Women Fellowship
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County he was in the habit of drink- his old drinking habits.
golf tournament.Then Bradford Pair Association '!
Club, Homemakers and oth- ing each weekend, but not I only went to the clinic
Saturday, the Keystone all active and in had decided In 1943 to
ers are engaged necessarily getting drunk each because my brother wantedme
Heights Rotary Club takes over to worthwhile projects in Keystone stage than a ever"bigger before and There better"fair had time. He says his drinking be- to," says Larry. "I really

., kick-off its annual swimming program Heights.It : been no fair the preceding came a problem, however, wasn't motivated myself I

with a fish fry at Keystone often seems that per square ; year. Because of war-time restrictions when his weekend drinking wouldn't accept the fact thatIt
Beach. The free summer swim- foot, there must be more civic 7 ; there would be some became a dally thing! Soon he was me who was all screwed

ming classes were launched by pride and community activity in curtailment of regular features. was needing drinks every day up.-not the world."

Keystone Rotary back in 1952 and Keystone Heights than any other Caroline' rationing made trans not only before and after Larry finally wound up In

have steadily grown in enrollmenteach town of its size in Florida. Why portation handicaps. No live work, but on the job as well. Orlando everything lost,

year until hundreds, of all not look in on the activities this stock exhibits. were planned, At this time Larry owned and subsisting on anything
his and alcoholic he find Including
'but citizens were urged to en- own business was one could -
ages now take advantage of this week and join in the fun?
ter home-canned and cured of the most suoc sful photo- canned, heat.
meats, canned and otherwise graphers in the city In whichhe An Orlando psychiatrist re-
had his establishment. He commended Larry to the
preserved fruits and vegetables -
I Getting A Little Bit AheadFor Eggs of all kinds, Fair was 27 years old. Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation -

President S, A. Weldon said, A cycle began at this point. Center.
could be entered. Also needlework Larry began to realize his Before he left the Center
years our county has need- that much If $20,000 were put ina both garments and fancy drinking on the Job was hurt- after 28 days of treatment

ed a fast, efficient piece of equip- savings account it would amount 'work, were eligible. The fair Ing his business, so he quit; Larry told ALCO-TOPICS. "I
ment to .keep road shoulders in with interest to something like was scheduled for Novemberand the bottle for several months. realize now that alcohol Is a

shape with a minimum effort. It $75,000 over several years. would run for -a. week or Immediately his business was mental problem to me. It Is

looks as if the present County Then the county could purchase HENRY ten days. on the rebound. This called an escape. I'm trying hard to

Commission may have found the equipment from that special fund. k for a "celebration", Larry fig- find out what problem it is
Police officer Ben C Holt- "celebration" that makes drink. I don't
solution in the Roanoke Robot ured, and the me
Cash could be paid for even as big For A Safe And Sane FourthFARMER'S zendorf and his laborers under .
,
mower which reaches out to trim quickly degenerated Into another drink for pleasure, just -oblivion -
ditch banks and an item as a $20,000 road grader.As the direction of Charles A. Dar- drinking bout \Another If I can find myself
even overhangingbrush
it is now, the Commission Iby, chairman of the Streets "dry" period followed with everything will fall Into
while the road grader to usually spends the Road & Bridge ;Committee of the Starke City its accompanying Improvement place"
which it is 'attached sits sedately Fund DIARYvegetation. Council, were cleaning vacant .
considered up
all-important 2 In business, and then Will Larry find himself?
on the road. because the people can see where Now l Is But aside from purchasing the the money goes better than any- joy fresh vegetables, if you are And the mower can of high' 'grass were Each time the cycle was repeated Alcoholic Rehabilitation
$8,440 piece of equipment, the where else to the hilt. lucky enough to get some. even be suspended on the other "cut and breeding places of mosquitoes however, the drinking Program hopes he has at'least
Commission went better. We (Last week aide of a fence to cut out eliminated. If lot
one : our neighbors,
became heavier and the bouts been turned in the right di-
taxpayers were saved $1,500 be- Saving back enough to make upa Tommy and Geneva Barnes, dense brush which makes vlsa- owners did not cut the weeds longer Finally says Larry rection.
special equipment fund would billty along 'the road especially the city would do It and add
cause the Robot is being bought gave Alice a lot of sweet corn, booze "took over" his life. More Information on FART
struggle since the at intersections, impossible.We the coat to the electric light
with cash.A mean a now vine-ripened tomatoes, pepper The bottom dropped out, 'he Including free literature, will
lease-purchase agreement the county needs equipment all the and cantaloupe. and we really bill. lost his business and Larry be sent on request Just ad-
time. But if it could be done the enjoyed the treat. have an idea/ that thin. says he hasn't been able to dress FARP's Information
Commission considered too
was New of Our Men In Service
to
county could realize four or five new machine to going hold a job since. Services, Box 1147, Avon Park.
expensive.The We enjoyed all of It, but the transform our old graded coun- IBUH( :
cent Interest the In- Several and Pla. 33825.
per on money hospitalizations ,
Robot is in Cpl. Cecil Kersey, who Is
a case point real surprise was the corn, as ty roads within the next few
Cash still talks.Commission stead of paying out eight to ten It >was a white variety whichwe years and make them better stationed at Camp McCain,
Chairman Dave per cent on items purchased on 'had never tasted' 'before, awe By Sam McGarvey for traffic and a great deal Miss. spent his furlough with new Increase. camp.
Shuford has attempted for( several time.Shuford's. have always preferred the safer his family in the Pleasant More than 154,000 widows The week of August 12-17
Hope section who lost their husbands In has been set aside for 100 local -
Golden However
idea sounds mighty Bantam, we house has been authorzed, and
to get the. board to to .
years' agree learned the white Alice has her hummingbird Pvt. John Crews of GoldH- the service or who died of children this summer. The ..
net! .aside funds from -the Road fine to us. We urge the .Commis- has a much that,better corn vuilety..flavor &construction few days, number on it will start of..peo-in feeder. ytqand., U enjoying; ,.boro,.,N. C", was,,homo a.,,.thlt service connected, conditions Salvation ArrajHputs the cost .
and "Bridge Fund each year to sion to investigate thepossibilitY'of and' that "the more you eat of ple are asking what will be dally visits at it 't>y the tiny State Farm on furlough.Cpl. will receive between $1 and of sending one child to camp

, purchase equipment. Shuford !suggests establishing! such an equipmentfund it, the more ,you want The done with the old one. The marvel!. of the bird world. The James Trie't' of Drew $20 per month increase, according at (25.
half a mill about $2,000 or when it goes into its new tomatoes, .too, were' excellent, county commission has not yet exquisite creatures is in strong field. Tampa, was visiting relatives to M. T. Dixon director A letter signed by County

even less if the budget can't stand budget shortly. especially when cooled In the decided what to do with it. contrast to a pack of raucous in Theressa. of the Florida Depart- Judge T A. Yawn has been
refrlg, and then made into Some persona! are in favor of crowa ..which .frequent our place, First Class Petty Officer ment of Veterans Affairs St. mailed to Bradford residents
sandwiches? with salt and pep- selling the property outrightto and seem to (Spend most of Owen W. McRae is on leave Petersburg. asking for donations to send
per seasoning the highest bidder. their time hunting other birds' from Camp Perry Va. and he the youngsters to camp.
i Government Finally Faces Up nests and eggs to devour and Mrs MoRae are visitinghis Salvation ArmyTo Applications blanks for the

Folks are getting ready now Speaking of the commission, parents, Mr. and Mrs H. camp are available at the
I While it should not be necessary camping/ such action should be to set out sweet potato recently it purchased a dilly of With the Fourth of July M. McRae, of >PIne Level. Ask DonationsFor Bradford County Health De-

I to voice praise when authoritiesface forthcoming.The "draws" In keeping with the a mower which Is attached to weekend at hand, we suppose Sgt, Leon Dryden of Camp Summer CampA partment, 329 N. Church St.
up to their responsibilities, general public has every traditional July 4th starting an old grader and It promisesto there will be a .lot of traffic on Shelby Mliss. and Mrs. Dryden Starke and the office of Dr.
and
Mr
time for that crop. We set ,some!! the roads and that as usual spent a few days with Florence Jennings in the USO
there is reason enough to applaud reason to question why leaders of be one of the 'tocut buys the Mrs. H. L. Starling. fund raising campaign to
out one year and that fall we board made. It there will be a .heavy toll of Building on N. Temple Ave.
ever was givena
send to
action taken in Washington when our nation permitted a group of 100 needy children
had a bumper crop of some tvf live.. It seems a shame that
trial Road Foreman R
run by
"Resurrection City" was ordered several hundred persons to set up the beat sweet potatoes we'd E. Jones last week on Besaent the same cantrtvanee which allows Sgt. A. E. Wall, Jr returnedto the Salvation Army Summer

closed. an encampment such as "Resur- uver! tasted. Road and amazed at us to get over to the Fort Bennlng, Ga. after Camp at Keystone Heights
we were
Obviously acting in close liaison rection City." Such approval must .* the of the machine. ocean shore or down to ,the spending a furlough with Mr. will be conducted In Bradford Seaman Apprentice Samuel
with the federal government have been forthcoming right from Big doings at the courthouselast versatility* Gulf l la also so fearful In Its and Mrs. W. L. Wall. While County for the first time this H. Eunice, USN son of Mr.

Washington D. C. police not only fie! top level of government. week, when bids were potential for killing that we !here they also. visited, Maj. and year.The and Mrs. James H. Eunice of
If can Imagine a heavy-
you Mrs. H. C. of St. moved in and forced the encamp- While there are those who say for opened Bradford and a contract awarded duty tractor mower suspended are afraid.to use. It.. provided 'ree summer vacations guided missile heavy cruiser

ment to be closed, but also arrested the endeavor focused attention on new courthouse since County's 1902.first The on a boom arm that can be Housewives were saving cans for the past seven year usa Boston off the coast of
300 demonstrators in the of the and drama- operated In practically any po ''So what happens Is that a of
nearly plight poor new building Is sorely needed and for government reclamation to more than 1.100 Bradford Vietnam. The Boston has returned -
,
front of the Capitol. tized the necessity of providing as a number of the offices are sition, that's what it's like. lot of to people think stay'of home It, thatfe-' a tin. About 20,000 tons of cans youngsters at Its camp on for a second time to
Authorities were strictly within additional help for the needy it overcrowded and maintenance ,And we do,mean any position, come reflect per month were turned in but Bedford Lake, but has never Vietnam to participate in operations -

the law in both incidents. The also emphasized the hypocrisy of of the building getting to be for when trimming branches roads, pretty that we good are lucky placeto to have the ,It was estimated that 60,000 conducted a fund raising campaign with the U. S. 7th

permit for "Resurrection City" Issued so-called leaders of the poor peo- more of problem. every. day. from It can trees oven along be turned county upside liberty which we enjoy in this was tons could great''be since saved.most The of need the here specifically (for the Fleet.a .

by the National Park Service ple.Attired down to lop off overhanging country today. tin used t In ,the United States
had expired after being extendedfor in coveralls with shov- And now that a new court- came from Sumatra, Malaya" ,

a week ; and there is a ban in els in their hands when the TV .. Celon and other 'South. Pacific
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Washington against demonstra- cameras and news photographers' fruit has more Juice than a a real. Large numbers of tin

tions in front of the Capitol. were grinding away these same coarsc- klnned one. Skin and defects cans were neededto, package

Even so, based on past performance leaders quickly changed to fancy NEWS And NOTES discoloration, such as usually scratches don't affect food for men In tho armed service -

in handling certain law violators dress in fashionable hotels and eating quality ,

with kid gloves and actually rode around Washington in expen- For Today' Homemakers a Another product weight- IBr M

ignoring their wanton disrespectfor sive automobiles.All watchers can use is skim Some War'WidowsTo n. i

law and order many Ameri- the while they were encouraging By Martha Sue McCain milk, which usually contains Get IncreaseIn

cans doubted that federal authori- their followers to break the County Extension w less than two per cent butterfat -

ties would permit a showdown to law by eating at Washington establishments Home Economics Agent A glass of skim milk contains PensionsWidows

be reached with the Rev. Ralph and then refusing to only about 100 calories
or slightly more than half. that of some veterans
Abernathy and his Poor People'sCampaign. the bill.
pay
of whole milk. And, its an excellent can look forward on August 1 !
These leaders made little q
same
\ COUNTING:' CALORIES? added to casseroles salads, source of protein whichis to a raise In monthly heck
While there is reason to believe effort to run a tight orderly camp Counting calories? Don't sauces and dessert.. No matter so Important to those on a they receive from the Veter-
that Abernathy's arrest was prearranged with a minimum of difficulty. Instead Administration.
forget to also "count" the nutritive how they're used,, you get top diet ans
the fact remains that disorders were frequent and value In the foods you quality when you select Grade If you're counting calories, President Johnson signed an By Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine

the federal government did see fit behavior both disgusting and dis- A. eggs which are ideal for all don't neglect the nutritionalvalue executive order for the mili-
to bring the filthy shantytown graceful. eat.Those foods you allow your- purposes. This grade is avail- of foods you select. For tary pay raise! to be effective Picnicking with a boat. has grill for the food and a

venture to an end. This in itself is There is one way to describe the self should contain more than able in all sizes. The most more Information, see your July 1, 1968. Dependency and become a popular summer grate for the charcoal. Hibachi
a victory for the law abiding ele- entire project and that is to labelit Just energy. They should be common are Extra Large County Extension Home Econ Indemnity compensation received activity for many American stoves can be set on any flat
families When temperatures surface of the boat Larger
packed with vitamins miner- omics Agent by the widows from
Small
ment of society. a failure. Large, Medium:! and
our O> ELET Administration! soar a cool spot along the models, mounted in gimbals,
federal ala, and proteins needed to Size Independent of quality, FRENCH OR PLAIN the Veterans :
the if the of
govern- However performance
Actually based the shore of a lake becomes a are also available.
on
build and to Three 3 tablespoons Is computed
your body help is based on weight per dozen. eggs,
ment was completely in the wrong authorities Monday is an indica- keep you in good health dur- Nearly Including water, three eighths teaspoon correct active duty pay scale very pleasant dining room. Keep the menu simple when
everyone
when It issued a permit for the en- tion of the course to be followedin ing your diet and afterwards, those watching their weight, salt one-eighth teaspoon which will change July 1, and The most common approachto planning a meal to be cooked
campment in the first place. Certainly the future in dealing with those too. enjoys fresh fruit and most pepper, 1 tablespoon. butter, require the Veterans Administration boat picnicking is to packa aboard. Much of the work

no such endeavor ever who stubbornly break the law If you're eating less and fresh, unsweetened fruits have margarine or oil. to recompute the wi- cold lunch In a picnic bas can be done ahead of time at

should; be allowed again, and if it then maybe some good will have concentrating on nutritional fewer than 100 calories per Mix eggs, water, salt and dows'( accounts to reflect this. ket load It aboard a boat and home. It's usually. more con-

takes an act of Congress to pro- emerged from the encampmentafter values you are probably more serving. Of course sweetened pep'>er with a fork until yolks shove off for a secluded waterfront vlent if the food is prepared
hibit anyone from utilizing the all. concerned than ever about fruits and those canned in and whites are blended. Mean- spot all your own. .for cooking and then wrappedin
while heat butter margarineor roll and serve promptly on a If you want to make it a aluminum foil. Many typesof
public property in Washington:- for -Lake City Reporter. the quality of foods. heavy syrup are higher in cal- ,
Food technologists with the ories. All fruits have some oil in an omelet pan or warm platter. Makes 1 or 2 little more elaborate, take a- food can be cooked right

University of Florida's Institute vitamin C, but in varying lw a"v skillet just hot enoughto servings. Omelet should be long an ordinary charcoal In the foil wrapper. If you
of Food and Agricultural amounts. Florida citrus, Including sizzle a drop of water.Pourin tender and light, moist and grill. There's nothing like afresh are using a portable stove,
ORID4 Sciences recommend low cal- grapefruit, Is rich in PUB mixture all at once. delicately brown on the bot- sea breeze coupled with don't cook while the boat is
The Bradford County Telegraph orie foods that supply the this vitamin that is so important Mixture should 'begin to cook tom. Use a 7 to 8-inch omelet the aroma of sizzling food to under way say the Evtnrude

'off ESTABLISHED 1879E. I nutrients you need. to any diet. immediately at the outer edges pan or heavy skillet. spark up the appetite. And if people. Be sure the boat is }lying -

Eggs are a dependablesource For example, the "half-a- With, the fork, lift cooked POULTRY OR MEAT that doesn't do it, a. fast game in a protected area where
: : L. MATTHEWS Editor and PublisherFlorida' of protein iron, vita- grapefruit for breakfast" con- portions at edges so uncooked Fold one-half cup diced or of badminton while the foodis it will not be affected! by the

0 min A and riboflavin [vitamin tains only S3 to 60 calories for portions flow underneath.Slide chopped cooked chicken, .turkey cooking certainly will. action of wind or waves.
I9 0 Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published Contlnoosly B2J and they're one of the medium size grapefruit and pan rapidly back and or duckling meat Into For the family who enjoys And don't forget the cleanup -
> Under The Same Masthead. few foods that contain natural this can be added to other forth over the heat to keep omelet mixture before cooking cooking and eating aboard a detail.! Put all garbage and

vitamin D. Despite its high fruits to make refreshing appetizers mixture in motion freely to Or add meat to one can small boat a compact hibachi leftovers In a bag and dispose

Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office nutritive value, a large egg tasty salads or a avoid sticking. When mixture [IlO'il'( oz.l cheese or creamof stove Is the answer. These lit- of this refuse ashore. Trash
Is set the longer flows mushroom soup. Serve over tle stoves, which originatedin barrels are not hard to find
at Starke. Florida under Act of March 3rd, 1879. has only 80 calories, about 60 flavorful dessert. egg no
of which come from the yolk. Select firm, well-shaped freely The omelet is moist and favorite omelet Or try adding Japan use charcoal and are in most areas. This will, help
la trade
Subscription area: 1 year $4.80; 6 months, $2.5O cook crumbled bacon cooked Ideally suited for cooking keep the waterways clean and
\ Eggs are versatile too. They grapefruit that is heavy for creamy on top. Let it crisp. ,
Oil til rte trade array 1 year, $100; 0 months, J2.75 (can be fixed by themselves ov Its size. A thin-skinned grape- about ,one minute to brown sausage' dried beef smoked aboard small craft. They are mark you as a good boatman

r the bottom slightly. Fold or turkey tuna or shrimp. usually made of cast Iron with Happy boating.BRADFORD ,

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': Art Show Opens .

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Keystone jf:

4IJ. KOP Events Under Way

By JIM FOX ;

.. Please Phone in Your Items 473-4148 ;
L -. Mayor Q. Raymond Sturnei!
I j-: officially opened the 1955

DUPLICATE BRIDGE square dancing [ror vice versa .L Keystone on Parade Arts ami

Duplicate Bridge Club meetIngs ], we merely suggest that I.j Crafts Show In a ribbon-cut

will resume Monday you try it once I Many people r. ting ceremony at the municipal .

July 8, at the Municipal were surprised to learn how .j 11.1L : ItI. buiMlng. at 10 a. m. Tues

Building. Play begins promptlyat much fun It could be-Isn't ; day.Pointing
: Jr 7:30.: Due to ,the KOP Arts that right Mayor Starnes??' to the cultural: ,

and Crafts Show a session Well-known caller Jack i, I ; education, and recreational

I was not held this week. Oiiffiths, of Jacksonville. Is ., benefits of the annual KOP

-jJ: Winners of the last meetingwere to be congratulated forthe observance Mayor Starnei
as follows: First place assistance he offered to both praised the Woman's Club

'" with 22 points, Mrs. Anna the novice andi experienced and Its members who put so
.;.\ --- -- I James and Miss Sally Mansfield dancer. Enthusiasts are ten- much time and effort Into

New! officers of the Keystone Heights Lions Club (from ; second place with 21 tatively coordinating plansto the week's events.

Jeft)I M. J. Hitynea Immediate past president; George Mama, I ponts, Mr. and Mrs. Fremont organize group lessons Eighteen area artists are

director; E. L. Jones, president; Col.) Jobn Bledler, 1st vice Tolles; and third place with within the area. If you might exhibiting hundreds of origin.

-. president; Harvey Fenn 2nd \lce president; Thomas Bryant, I 19 points Mrs. Stan LaCoste be Interested, please contactone al works in the show which it

Lion tamer; fleorga Schueffer, tall twister; Max Mooneybam, j and Mrs. Henry Schuber. of the members of the ...... c open daily through July 1 1,

dlre.tOri and J. W, Ulldt, m-crrtary-treonurer. Not In photoare O'BRIENS CELEBRATE club. "Grannie with no admission charge. On
; GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY CANTRELL-PANGBORN an acrylic collage by Keystone artist Dorothy ", Sunday afternoon July 7, the
Ray Wliiun and Jame! Kland: directors.. I Mr. and Mrs. C. S. O'Brien, WEDDING PLANSMr. Chrlstoffers Newman, Is among the outstandingpieces. of art : ..., .. public is invited to meet the

-- I formerly of Euclid, Ohio cele- and Mrs. Q. W. Cantrellof on exhibit this week In the KOP Arts & Crafts Show. "Gran- Outstanding. among the craft exhibits In the KOP dhow I is artists and craftsmen whose

r- I' brated their 50th Wedding Keystone Heights announce nla" has been on the yearly Florida Federation Circuit Show this display of reramlca by Sir and Mrs. Ward Beiwette of work has been on display during

Anniversary on Thursday the engagement and approaching end has won other awards. Keystone Heights. the week.

evening June 27. Many marriage of !their Artists exhibiting are: Rosa .

friends and neighbors called ,. daughter, Carol Marie to Bykowskl, Patricia Cherne',

: c- to express their congratulations Roger Allen Pangborn, son of I Rotary Fish Fry I.- 'r, .. qualified Newell for the spring Suzanne Dwyer, Margie M
: Mr. and Mrs. Don Pangbornof primaries. the candidate gave Eland Evelyn A. Haney, Harry
Out of town guests formerly the same city. This SaturdayFor District 1 as! his residence. H. Hazen Ingeborg HutchInson -

of Euclid, Ohio, were Mr. The wedding ceremonieswill Swim ProgramKeystone "The clerk of the court Just Mlllard Judd Joseph
and Mrs. M. E. Sumner of be performed this Saturday qualifies a man as he's regis Kauffman, Vera Rockefeller

# Bradenton, and Mr. and Mrs afternoon [July 6,] at 3 Beach will be the tered. It':> not my responsibility Lambing. Nancy McLean, I
R. E. Larkman of Lake Worth p m. in the Keystone Heights Ruth Moore Malmgren Sara
scene of a Rotary Club fish to check on his rest ence,
lrrl Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien re- Community Church. The< McDonald, Dorothy Christ-
fry from 5:30: to 7:30: Saturday Carlisle said The clerk added
ceved many phone calls from bride-elect's parents will hosta offers Newman Regina Schu
July 6, kickng off the that the registration books
: former neighbors and. friendsof reception in the Educational annual Swim Program. were puiged last January and ber, Margaret L. Sung. and
Cleveland Ohio and Phoe- Building Immediately:: following Russell N. Thatcher. Exhibiting
that
Registration for the programwill he assumed: they were
nix. Aria.LIBRARY. the wedding. All friends craftsmen are Mrs. D. B

F ;r g' CARDS and relatives of the coupleare continue start at through 2 p. m. Saturdayand the Fish correct Carlisle, added that in his Lynn Agnes Ogden, Burton, J..1.Otto.

BEING ISSUED invited to attend. the would and duds WTlmott.
Fry. Late registrations will be I I opinion matter
;r' Mrs. Harold Lawrence. local _
Miss Cantrell graduatedfrom
Heights has taken
: '. : : ; librarian handled from 9 a. m. to 12 have to be taken to court Keystone
this
announced George Dewey High Monday. through civil action if Newellis o'i a festive atmosphere with
: New officers of the Keystone Heights. Lloneilan (from week that a new system has School, [class of 19581, Sublc noon Swimming classes will be I Hr qualified to serve, or if the display of banners and
left)I Miriam Mlngledorff. tall twister; Helen Wlldt, swre- been introduced in the Clay Bay Phllllppine Islands. Mr. along Lawrence
: held from 1 to 2:30: p. m Jim JCheftHlngton (right), new president of the Keystone' the runner-up In the race bunting
a tary-trcasurrr; Mlttle Haynea, 2nd vice prexldent; Trudy County Libraries whereby all Pangborn graduated from dally starting Monday July 8, Height Rotary drib, welcomes Dr. Del ton Scuddrr. speaker Luther E. (Cooter) Wilson Boulevard heralding the week

: Reaves, wire of International Counselor Tony Reeves; Lucille patrons must have cards In Bradford County High School through Friday, July 19, with at the Installation banquet. will be declared the wnner. of KOP activities. I
order to check out books class of '63. both received
Massa. ., 1st vice president!; Kitty McOlave, pre ldl'nt. They Instruction by personnel from Newell and Wilson the The KOP golf tournamentgot
$ Moet cards are now ready. so diplomas from Maaeey'sBusiness YMICA Camp Immokalee. Free Democratic candidates for the underway Tuesday, and a
if you haven't gone In to receive College Jacksonville Keystone Rotary Installs Slate
Keystone Lions And Lionellas instruction will be provided District One post faced each bell ringing ceremony was ft.
yours, please ask for it ROTARY FISH FRY
highlight of Thursday's 4th of
for everyone starting at age other twice in the May primaries -
on your next visit to the li- TillS SATURDAYWe At Ladies
Night Banquet July observance at 2
Hold Installation/ brary. six: and continuing through with Newell winning p. m.
Banquet wish to remind our
senior citizens.A by one vote In the first en- KOP tours will be held from
All children under the ninth readers of the Fish
Rotary
grade are required to havean to second Fish Fry will be I Keystone Rotarians, their Gertrude Houser, the club pi- counter, and by 120 votes in 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Friday
Fry be held this Saturday
: The Keystone Heights Lion the successful activities of held Friday, July 19 from 5:30: wives, and special guests enJoyed the special run-off orderedby and will Include pontoon boat
S Club held. their annual instal- the year. their application parents. These filled. out by evening at the Keystone to 7:30: In connection with the :[ a fellowship hour and I I anist.Walter Muhlhofer, a past the court for the second rides on Lake Geneva. The
forms Beach.
are Serving will begin at,
: latlon dinner and Ladle Individual gifts were pre- available at the library. New 5:30 Swimming Awards program., dinner served at the Keystone : president of Rotary, presentedMr. primary. tours will continue through
a Night on Monday evening sented bo the Lionellas as a borrOwers also : p. m Registration for Profits from the two fish Golf &: Country Club last FrIday Hutcheson with the Past I The results of the first elec- Saturday, and another Saturday -

: June 24 in the Masonic Tern token of appreciation. for their application may form and completean the annual swimming lessons fries are used by the Rotary evening. President's Pin as a remembrance tion were voided after a num- highlight will be a KOP
will .
receive be held at this time.
pie. assistance.MELROSE. a library card. Club to pay expenses of the Featured speaker was Dr. of his year in office. ber of irregularities were found Swap at the Masonic btiildlng.
.. Prior to the dinner and COUNTRY CLUB It Please support this event as annual swimming program.INDIAN Delton Scudder, chairman of The new president! Jim during a check of voter Iden- The public is asked to bring
ceremonies a social hour was .yyyyyyyyyyy ACTIVITIESWithout the helps annual to defray expenses for the Department of Religion at Chessington, introduced the! tification slips. Several Re- antiques or 'junque" for sale

held at the home of Mr. and meaning to be dero- swimming lessons YMOA-! Instructed rY9..y..y..y.-.. the University of Florida, who other new officers who started'' publcans and one independenthad or trade at this time.

: Mrs. George Massa on Garden I gative or offensive It can accurately HERE N' THERE effectively pointed out the Importance their terms on July 1: Char- cut Democratic ballots in

; Street. be stated that the David' Schaeffer was home .BEACH I of tolerance in the les Hutcheson. vice president! : the first primary, a check ol IF WE DON'T HAVE IT
t T emeeting..was presided lives of Rotarians. Bill Baker, secretarytreasurer voting machines disclosed.In .
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.By Joyce Rowe Keystone Golf &: County Club last weekend from Jacksonville we'll get It for :you. Offfe
S over by Lion President M. JtWhltey Charles Hutcheson the out- ; and directors Al Watson, the second election held
had a most ,
; "square"
visiting with (Lake BaaU Fe) Supplies. Furniture Equip-
a [ ] Haynes who- Introduced ........................................ ...... I In attendance last Saturday group the George Schaeffers.his family, Byi Michael U. ChlttyPh. going president, served as Lon Riishtcn, Dr. P. K. Par- in conjunction) with the sec ment. Bradford County
members and their master of ceremonies and In- sons and Bland Ware. ond primary. Newell steppedup
Mr. and Mrs. Ed evening-naturally we are referring Members of the Highlandand &152111.AA&A..A..A..A. Telegraph.
special/ guests. Tony Reeves a Longnecker : to that troduced the speaker, as wellas The dinner was prepared by his victory margin to 120
... past District Governor from spent June 20th in Tlf ton, Ga. choreography ever-popular Trail Ridge DuPont A......... other honored guests, including Mrs. Jim Zowarka and Mrs. votes.In .
where Mr. commonly called Plants attended- a dinner honoring -
Longnecker
this inducted the follow was one SCHEDULE
area Mayor Raymond Star- Arthur Ketch with the Junior commenting on the latest
of the speakers at square dancing. If you Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hewitt Happy Fourth folks! Guesswe I
Ing new members into the a Blueberry
Mrs. Starnes and Miss OF SERVICES
think nes Kills serving development in the controversy -
you are not meant for
club: Allen Miller, Eddie Pro- Short Course sponsored by at the Holiday Inn Rest- are all expecting companyor Newell said. "The I
a. kopowica, William Smith. Co: Abraham Baldwin Agricultural aurant in Starke, Tuesday going to be someone else's day
qualified in the
John Beidler, and Richard College and Georgia Coastal cation and teachers of the evening. June 25. The Hewitts company. Our lake will be I county clerk'soffice PARKof

"Myers. Plain Experiment Station. tinted Methodist Church met will soon be moving to New- buzzing with boats so let's all Clay County Commission Nominee was in was District assured One. that I I the

Charles McOlave, of the Congratulations to Mr. and last Thursday in the educational ark, Del, where Mr. Hewitt I be extra careful and make was
I Keystone club, and also a pasta Mrs. Gordon Tillman who became building. They discussed been transferred with the this a safe and. happy holiday. permitted not only to run PALMSSUNDAYS
but twice
once and I
District Governor, installedthe parents to a baby boy ways to build up the staff company. Mr. Hewitt was pre- Last week I went home with Has Residence Wrong\ DistrictClay probably still be consideredin would
newly elected officers ot last week. and attendance- the Sunday sented with a gift from his Aunt Teenle Creashaw and I
District One If I had lost.I .
the Lions and Llonellas. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. VirgIe Rowe School. staff members. L. S. Grogan, spent the week with her and can't understand 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M.\
Helen Wildt was presented visited Mr. and Mrs. Buster' Several members of the the new superintendent for Uncle Roy and their children! County's District One there. After checking property all the
panic because of the THURSDAYS
with the Woman-of-the-Yea Hines and son Bruce, in Brownies and Junior Girl both plants, was also present Joan and Jerry. I also visited Commission seat was still a deeds and descriptions Carl- possibility,
award by Lionel] president Gainesville last week. Scouts In Melrose have 'been Mickey Brokas. Sandy Gray- their other daughter and son- matter of controversy this Isle said that Kewell's new of Inc one new commissioner" be- 7:30 P.M.
seated in
Kitty McOlave.. Miss Sue Ann Riddling has attending the Gainesville Day son and Billy Belote attendedthe in-law, Peggy and Wayne Her- week after disclosure that home la located in Section 5, January. I FUNDAMENTALBIBI
The outgoing president of returned to her home In Win- Camp at Camp Tuscawllla in football summer camp in sey. all from Gainesville Aunt Homer Newell the successful which is a part of District 5, Wilson the defeated candidate -: TEACHING

the Lions expressed his gratl ter Haven after spending Micanopy. The girls have en- in North Carolina last week. Teenie, Joan and Jerry candidate in a twice-run race, not District 1. -has made no public.
S tude to members and their three weeks with her grandmother joyed hiking and touring local Mr. and Mrs. Belote and Mr. brought me home Thursday. resides 127 feet across the line Newell formerly resided In statement since the matter ofNewell's All Slices Held In The

wives for their assistance inKEYSTONE Mrs. Nettle Mann places of nterest. plus all the and Mrs. Brokas accompaniedthe Uncle Alfred Hudson of in District Five. District 1, but moved to residency was raised I. New_Bible Center

and her cousin. Patty Cox. fun of camping outside. Mrs.I 'boys to the clinic. Mr. and Gainesville, is feeling much Clerk of the Court George a new home in Dist-
Shuler P. Cox of Jacksonvilleis Diane Tlson has been helping' Mrs. Brokas remained in the' better now and is making: a Carlisle said last week thatit
trict 5 than
more a year ago,
staying with Mrs. Mann with the Day Camp. Melrose CarolInas to visit with friends fairly speedy recovery from had been brought to his
for the summer while he attends girls attending include Debbie and then returned home at attention that Newell no longer although his voter registration Register Now For Fall Term

the University of Florida Box, Avis McPherson, Susan the end of the week with the (Continued On Next Page] lived in District One, although had not been changed.

In Gainesville. Sapp, Gay Singleton, and boys.Members he is still registered Carlisle said that when he

HEIGHTS Mrs. Billy Singleton Is home Vicki Tison.Duplicate of the recently GADARA COUNTRY DAY

following recent surgery. She Bridge graduated senior class of KHS NEWS NOTES Los Angeles, Calif. better now.

is on her feet again and do- Winners last week of the left this week for their senior Mr. and Mrs. ''Robert Lambert -'I Mr. and Mrs R. C. Eddy, of SCHOOL, KINDERGARTEN J

DIRECTORY ing well. Melrose Duplicate Bridge Club class trip to Nassau. Larry By Helen Egan their two sons and one Atlanta, Ga, and their three

.. Anyone with a few minutes Included: Mrs. Roland Bryan Iiinsin. math instructor and daughter! Marlene, spent the children will arrive on July LIMITED
or a few hours extra time is and Mrs. F. T. Hogue, 1st claas sponsor accompanied the COMMUNITY past week with Mrs. Lambert's I I 4 for a visit with Mrs. Eddy's ENROLLMENT / 1 f

'BEAUTY 8HOP needed at the Melrose School place: Mrs. B. A. Allen and group. % CHURCH parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
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Library. Because the high Mrs. J. W. Foster, 2nd place; The annual DuPont 4th of Mrs.ORKSIIOP, JULY 10 TValleniua. .Another daughter Norwood, of Lake Santa Fe. For Children 3 To 5 Years Of Age

KEYSTONEBEAUTY'SHOP school is being moved to In- Mrs. C W. Hardy and Mrs.R. July Picnic will be held this Ernest McLean, general of the Lambert's, Helen, is Two other Eddy children have
terlachen many of the booksin P. Vogh, 3rd; and Mrs. W. Thursday at the Enlisted chairman of the Church Ba- touring Europe with a groupof been with their grandparentsfor Call Mrs. Heskett 473-4974
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the library will also have J Orollck and Mrs. Phil Kro- Men's Club at Camp Blanding. requests a full attendanceof friends. some time. They will return

Edith Johnson. Owner to be moved. Mrs. Alyeen mer, and Mrs. Emery Cooper Employees and their families church women for the first We regret ,to hear that Mrs. home with their parents, and
Personal: Creative Hair Styl- Smith, the librarian Is snow- and Miss Bessie Rutherford will be treated to a barbecued workshop meeting at 10 a. m. R. A Gaunt has been ill ond the three others will remain
jng Every,: :Form of Beauty ed under. She needs help sort- tied for 4th chickendinner.. Swimming, Wednesday. July 10, in the educational confined to her home under with the Norwoods for some 1

,culture Tue .-8at.- 9-6: closed ing cards in the card catalogue Ads And Craft. boating, and ground prizes pared with building needles.: Come thread pre- doctor's) care. She is somewhat time. The Keystone Heights

and would appreciateany An arts and crafts program will be offered during the day. thimbles .- I
and scissors, and be I_
NURSERY help that Is offered. began Wednesday, July 3, at The event is under the direction ready to contribute

The Melrose Action Committee the Episcopal Parish House of the two social clubs Ideas for the bazaar.your new I/-WlJy" JI Is How To ROTARY
O.C. Games NurseryHwy. has bought some base- for the children of Melrose. Five members of the Garden The Board of Stewards will THAT / CLUB
balls and bats for use In the It will be sponsored by the Club of the Lakes attended meet ; !
100, Florahome 659-2183 at 7:30: p. m. Friday, Get There
Nnrwry took: Thousandsof recreation program at school. Melrose Action Committee and the 24th Annual Short July 5, in the educational buildIng .
Plants & Fruit TreM to Mrs. Samuel L. Nickell Jr. is for children who will enter Course In Gainesville last -. Announces Its 17th Annual

choose from Shade Trees, Evergreens and her daughters Susan and the 1st through 8th grade in week. They were Mrs. Albert FKLLOWSHIP: CLUB ,
Nancy were hostesses at a the fall. Bachman president; Mrs. Lena A ,
&: Landscape Plants In I picnic type luncheon will in the '
containers. swimming party for the young Instruction will be given in Clemens, 2nd vice presi- be featured at 'the Fellowship Going Swim

Camellias &: Azaleas people of the United Methodist knitting. embroidery on burlap dent: Mrs. C.II: :. Mitchell, Club meeting on July 11, at right direc- Program -- July 8-19

Let U. Do Tour Landscaping and Presbyterian Churches metal tooling egg carton Mrs. Emory Cooper, and Mre 12:30: p. m. in the Masonic hall : iE : tion on the
. at their home on Lake creations, string pictures, seed L. C. Stripling. A social 'hour will follow the right road is
Geneva in Keystone Thursday. pictures and crafts for the .Mr: and Mrs. Paul Lewis of luncheon. .. : basic to getting -
USED CARS Those attending includedMr. younger children. Merritt Island were visiting PERSONALSMr. : where

Hanks Used Cars and Mrs. Richard Moore The hours will be from 1:3: ( with Mrs. Lewis' parents, the and Mrs. William Beam you want to fish Fry No. 1 -- Sat July 6
and children, Cindy Laura, until 3:30: p. m. for the first E. P. Menzena of Keystone Sr. left Keystone three weeks ,
BIG CASH DISCOUNT and Chris; Billy Schoene- four Wednesdays in July. A Club Estates for the weekend. ago by car for a trip that took go .

TERMS man. Tommy Whltton. Glenda special program Is planned for While here, they attended the them ,to Atlanta, Ga., Roanoke In Conjunction With Registration
PUT SELL TRADE Chamblee, Loretta Chamblee the last session. A five cent golng-away party for Mrs. Va.. and into Harrisburg, If your destination is financial security, the
11$. 1 Box: 90 and Curt Courtney, all of donation for each session will Lewis' brother arid sister-in- Pa., and finally to Ocean GroveN. surest way to get there fastest is via a savings account 5:3( Till Conclusion Of Fish Fry

.,-. 100 8 Mile b. Stark Melrose; Tina Bickle and Rick be charged to help defray ex law Mr. and Mrs. Robert J., where they were guestsof in this bank. Every deposit is another mile- I

Wheeler of Keystone Jim penses. Menzen.Mr. Mrs. Anna Prescott sister stone in the RIGHT direction. Further speeding

CONCRETE PRODUCTS Dendee of Greensboro S. C., Instructors will be Mrs. E. and Mrs. Robert Men of Mrs. Beam. A family reunion your progress is the liberal interest now paid on fish No. &
and Ralph Flora of Hawth- Bartlett. Mrs. James Neale zen and'cllldren, former residents of about 30 relatives was savings here. Start moving NOW! Fry 2 -- July 19In
INSIST THAT ALL YOUR orne.Mr. Mrs. Ruth Courtney, Mrs. Sue of Little'Lake Keystone held at Kearney N. J. They alto ,
CONCRETE) : PRODUCTS: and Mrs. John Cox Truchses and Mrs. Wilbur visited the family of Mrs. Conjunction With
moved Atlanta last Awards
ABB THX: BEST FROM have moved to Jacksonville. Sapp. The teenagers from the Mr. Menzen tp has accepted Sunday. Beam's brother, Fred Hooks, KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember

Mrs. Grant Rothhammer is United Methodist Church and a in Jacksonville on ,their return I 5:30() Till 7,:30
position with his uncle' firm.
Ed ard'. Building spending the summer with Faith Presbyterian Church On I trip.Mr. I F.DJ.C. Keystone Height, Fla."Your .
Saturday! evening. Robert
vr sister, Miss Loretta L. will help the instructors. and Mrs. Louis Kyle
Supply, Inc. Maltrejean In Long Beach Donations of cloth. burlap. and Jane were' guest} of hon- have enjoyed a two weeks visit Friendly Bank In Your Friendly : The Public Is Cordially InvitedTo
ns 8. MaIa3U4844OADJE5Y1LLP or at a 'J party )hosted by Rob-
Calif. wood scrape and yarn will be from their daughter, Mrs. "
: FLA. The Official Board of Edu- appreciated. [Continued On Next Page Thomas Hynda and their seven Community. I Il' Support This ProgramJr

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up there. Sunday. Mr. and Griffin's Lodge this week Include Io."V', \ school bus. cordially invited to attend $2.

Mrs. Ed> Carter and family : Mr. and Mrs. Peter I Mrs Iva Douglas was the any or all of these services. Application for title and

INDIAN BEACH stopped by to visit the Billiards I Heberling and friends Mr.I KEYSTONE VOICE of theSPORTSMAN guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ada Robinson and MarjorieSue the new registration can be

on their way to the and Mrs. J, It. Flnley and Plaster in Jacksonville.Mr. Donaldson of Lakelandwere handled at the same time at:

Wolfe Family Reunion at son, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jonas HILITES and Mrs. Paul Emory visiting Mr. and Mrs. the office of Tax Collector J.

'From[ Free-ceding Page] Gold Head State Park and family, and Mrs. George I and family were dinner guestsof Raulerson and family last R. Kelly. For previously registered -

the light heart attack ne Had, Mr. and Mrs Billy Miller Johnson and family, all from By1fike Mr. and Mrs. Kent Dokein weekend. 1 r, boats, old registration
and family who have been Jacksonville.Mr. I From Preceedins Page] Alachua Friday night. certificates will be accepted
two weeks In fact he felt
ago. stationed in Puerto Rico for I and Mrs. Ingersoll and I Chitty Glenn Davis is spendingthis I as proof of ownership. A bill
good enough to go fishng' Saturday two were weekend guestsof children of Hollywood are ert's parents at Beldler's Holiday Phone 475-2171 week with his father, Ce Boat Owners of sale should be provided by

and as long as ne can his years brother and family the I spending this week at her Restaurant. Close friends cil Davis in Columbus, Ga. owners registering their boats.
fish everything's fine I ( Without Stickers
and members of the family .
Jack: Millers. Their mother, mothers' [Mrs. Addy place. I -- ._. ...... The New River Baptist for the first time.
Aunt Clara and Uncle James were invited to attend.Mr. I information
The other
Mrs. Ida Whitehead returned I
Mrs Eunice Miller of Gainesville Church is planning a revival Violate Law
Sullivan of WIlliston came was also a guest. Billy home after an extended and Mrs. Robert A. Greetings fellow Sports-I Santa Fe I stalling Sunday July 14. needed to apply for a. certificate -

down last Tuesday, spent the will now be stationed at visit with her son and daugh, Hayes of Little Lake Keystone men, and a happy holiday to I Have you got your new "68-, They are preparing for this Boat owners are reminded Is the boat's serial number
night and celebrated Uncle business'' you all. I Imagine this will bea 69" Fishing License yet? If which can be taken from
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Layton attended a revival ,
Brunswick, Ga. by having cottage that midnight, June 30, was
Jamea birthday. nice chance for a little fishing you haven't, you better get It the boat's plate.
Whitehead In Columbia convention in Atlanta this capacity
of : ,
Miss Connie Hoydick prayer meetings begnnlng next was the expiration date for
Wednesday Mother and for many of you. Just In, before go out. Because
S. C. While there she had: week. you
Jacksonville: was a weekend week. On Monday night, July' boat registration stickers, and
Grandmother wentto case are wondering the "the man is surely out looking,
Copeland you
on her legs. She plans: Mrs. Bess Orosberg. Mrs.
guest of the :Norsworthys.<, surgery 8, prayer meeting will be at any boater operating now ADDING MACHINES Man.
the home of Mrs. A. B. fish are still biting pretty and he likes just as
money
to return there later this Nettie and Mrs.Jan '
Stltchberry,
Len Linda, and Tammy the home of Mr. and Mrs. without a new sticker is In ual or electric. For sale or
Howard of Starke, and spent good, especially in Lake Santa good [tor better] than you do-
month for more surgery.Mr. Batts were In Perry on 'I
Swearingen of Jacksonville, Zedra Hamilton Tuesday I violation of the law. rent. Add subtract credit balance
the day putting Fe. We have been catchingsome Believe me $33 can sure mess
up corn. and Mrs. Holden of of this week. ,
I were weekend guests of his Sunday night July 9, Mr. and Mrs. The new registration stick- Bradford County Tele-
Pete and Joyce Barton were nice Shellcrackers and up a fine day of fishing. So, I '
Plant City were Sunday Mrs. Olrard Evashavlk and
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mack Hendery, Wednesdaynight
weekend guests of Ralph and Bream off from our dock. In until next week, get that license ers can't be issued unless the rrnph.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. children of Pittsburgh, Pa.
I' Swearingen. I July 10 at the New
Pat Fillmon and children of fact Friday night I did some- and good luck P. S.Don't boat has been titled in accordance -
Revels Sr., and picked up house guests at the home
Mr. and Mrs. Koker and are I River Church: Thursday night, I with a new Florida TYPEWRITERS: Manual or
Tempa. thin that I've never done be- forget cushions, oars,
their daughter and the Revels'granddaughter of Mrs. Evashavlk's family,
Mrs. Pittman and son of July It, at the home of Mr. law I Electric For Bale or rent -
I effective January ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Johns vis- who had been the Charles Garners of Nelson's fore. My father had rigged upa anchors, ropes, and all that !
Jacksonville were Sunday and Mrs Wilbur Andrews Bradford County Tetegrapn.
I which requires application ;
have been enjoying their lake rod and reel with three stuff.BROOKER.
visiting the Revels. Point.
itors of Mr. and Mrs. Owen and on Friday night, July 12, for boat certificate of title to
place for the week.< hooks and three earthworms.The .
past Jimmy Webber and Mr. Cmdr and Mrs Edward F.
Bryant.Mr. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. be filed with the Florida MIMEO STENCILS and Ink.
James and Marsle Kinchenand Strickland of Jacksonvillewere O'Brien and children, Eddie, real Idea was to have a .YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYT..yy 1
and Mrs. Dolph Red- Thurston Henry: on Saturday I Board of Conservation. The Duplicating machines and
ions of Jacksonville are Sunday guests of the Mike and Patty, anda better chance by offering more
dish and children of Starke Kathy. night, July 13, at the home of supplies Bradford County;
vacationing at their lake home bait in a place. Well he went fee for the title certificate is ,
James Robbins famly.
her friend of Mike's Skipper
of Harrell.
were weekend guests Mrs Eva Everyone is Telegraph.;
for two weeks. parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Mr. and Mrs. Hayden'; Smith Plumb, all of Bethesda Md., up to the house to do some I i

Marian and "Preacher" Carpenter. and daughters of Live Oak, are visiting Mrs. O'Brien'sbrother '' work, and I took over for him.I -----

Winters of Jacksonville spent Guests in the cottages; at were Saturday night and and sister-in-law. Mr. had lust checked the bait By Joyce Stoke

Sunday at their place next Barnhlll's Resort are: Mr. and Sunday guests of Mrs. H. T. and Mrs. Ed Bennett. Cmdr. and cast it back out, when all .
door. They have been In Ten- Mrs. George Sparkman of Smith. Sunday X. M. Smith O'Brien recently retired from at once the rod bent nearly tAA.u.uAAAAAAAAaA. VtAA r

nessee for the past week, and Madison 111., Mr. and Mrs. and daughter Tern of Starke, the Navy, and after finishinga double. As I was reeling in IIOMEIMAKERS CLUB

have to go back to work Mon C. H. Ray and Mr. and Mrs. visited her and Mr. and Mrs. lengthy vacation in Keystone the line, ,there was! a real The Brooker HomemakersClub

day.Calvin Kirk of Jacksonville.Myrtiee Paulette. who had been visiting will be returning to hard' pull almost like deadweight enjoyed a picnic at Lake i 1 1Independence'

and Linda Pace and Dauaherty and her. returned to their Long Island, N. Y. where he When I finally got It Butler last week. This will be ; '

family are staying at their daughter and grandchildren. home in Macon, Ga. has'! accepted a position.We in I had two Bream and one their last meeting until Sep- !

lake place. As you can tell,, Ed Daugherty of Jacksonville. Mrs Earl Voyles visited her were talking with Mrs. Bass! all on the same line. tember. .

many of our Summer and: David and Sue Lutnen: andRoxie daughter. Peggy In Palatka, Ray Chance this week, and I II :Be l-'cs' catching them out Mrs. Oracle Dukes of Lake Day 131eJt

weekend friends are taking : Smith of Gainesville, and had dinner with her. I were pleased to learn that Mr from our dock I'm still catching Butler spent Thursday:! with _
advantage of the beautiful l at some on my fly rodaiound Also visiting /
were Sunday:! guests of the Spike Wlgeleyes., Jacksonville : Chance is improving dally Mrs. Pearl Markey.
weather we've been having. the dock. As you can this
Arthur Lutgens. Bill Lutgen and Jimmy Hen- the NAS Hospital, Jacksonville with Mrs Mark'-y
Mrs. Dick Hilliard spent the is scheduled to be home on drlcks were guests of Robert The Chance's son Gary, tell, the fish are doing pretty week was Mrs. Mattie Davisof

last two weeks In Quitman, the 4th with his new bride. Kite last week. who is a student at Columbia good around our place. Graham, who spent several

Ga. with her mother who has::1 II Guests in the cabins at Well folks, that brings us University flew in last weekto ,! Shipman's Camp [west shore days. ;
been ill Dick made two trips be with his father and Santa Fel| reports another Our sympathy to Rev
the close of another weekat i _
I 1 I Ito mother. On Monday:! of this Rood week of fishing. The James Temple in the loss of, O

beautiful Indian Beach, week Gary returned to New : good news from Shipman's Is his mother, Mrs. I. T. Temple,
and ft*'! you: can see business York City. Mrs. Chance reports -i that the Catfish. are biting on of Monticello. Mrs. Temple

DAY AND NICI1T ,, has picked up slightly again. that Mr. Chance is most I the brush piles. : passed away on Monday July!
Due to
a slip up. my poemdidn't
appreciative of the many I Among the lucky fishermenwere 1. I jOn
make it to the
paper
cards and telephone calls he Mr and Mrs. Steve Salcoof Glad to see Mrs. Lottie
last week. So until next week,
FLY CONTROLWITH has received. Mrs. Chance Staike. who caught 25 Jones back: home after spend
I'll wish you a happy holiday
asked that we please adviseour Specs. ing three weeks in the Bradford t
again and now-here's Leeon.LEEON'S ,.
'ORRNER readers that her husbandis Griffins Lodge [east shore County Hospital In

\ "School Is Out" still unable to receive vis Santa Fel also reported a Starke. Her grandson, Ronnie I

School Is out itors. We wish him a speedy fairly good week of fishing Windham of Orlando, is stay- r=

recovery Roy was sort of under ,the ing' with her for a few weeks.
I'm happy to say. I
Golden Maldrin Sugar Bait I was begnnlng to wonder Miss Susan Smith, a sophomore wrather last week and, did Ho is also visiting with Mrs, '
\ ..
at the University of Ethel Russ
If I'd see ever see the day. very little fishing but he did ,
Florida was a weekend guestat catch) 6'4-pounder and 4- Mrs. !Mary Green, Mrs. Pearl '
Now school Is fine a a : July 4 196? think- -
the Herb Nelson home, on Alan Markey. Mrs. Amanda Lewis ,.
paunder. Griffin caught
Golden Maldrin LiquidSugar If you like it. I guess.'!
But. this last Quarter Lnkevlew Drive. 35 Shellci'ackers last Thursday and Mrs. Mattie Davis were of the opportunities, t t.happiness

Vic Bannister, son of Mr. Alan visiting Drew Dukes in Worth- .' '
Has been one big mess. guided Saturday, /' health and .-., ,
Linked Clear Thru With :3 I Insecticides Homework and more home- and Mrs. Aubrey Bannister and caught an 8'/6'! pounder ington Springs Sunday '
riches that millions and millions of
work. is working in Anniston, Ala. and 4 others ranging from 1 Mrs. Doris Kelley accompanied : A

f Scatter Golden Maldrin sugar butt In, nn-n where house-. That's all I did have. for the summer. to 3 pounds. Betty Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Winston free people have enjoyed in the '
I Mss Marilyn Bridges Is visIting that the Shellcrurkers Kelley and family to visit Mr. .
file are congregating and feeding.. It klllx fiukt. and I typed so very much friends in Columbia S. says and Copperheads; were biting and Mrs. Roswell Kelley and United States of America since July 4,1772!

Till my typewriter needed I C. this week, and, will entertain "hand over fist" on the sandbars family In Cincinnati. Ohio fora

keep killing longer. salve. I a group of friends at and still are. Mr. Hammock week's vacation.
I Compositions and paragraphs. her mountain home the first Cherrie and Betty Foley of
and Mr. Costa caught
Golden Maldrin l III registered for use In dairy barn, poultry
To write every week. part of next week. 35 Wednesday, and 30 Thursday.Or)4mnn.caullrtt30 Lake Butler were guests of

houses, feedlot, kenneN, garbage'! arrow, pat.km, drive- ; I composed so much Lyndle Kirtley, former Instructor > BltiegIIIs Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harrell FL.ORIDA:
i, Till my poor mind grew weak. and coach at KITS ''/ off the dock around dark and family Monday.Mr. I
Ins use wherever file congregate' But I guess I enjoyed It, was vlstlng former neighbors with bag Luther Glllis and and Mrs. J. W. Pearson

WE CARRY IIYPOfJEKMICE NKKDLKH) AND OTHRR: When Even if I it stop did now almost and think. and friends over the of this weekend.week I friend caught 18 Specs 2 Catfish of Key West were guests and of|I ; iflltJ'"' :' : ,.,''PI ;'"',,' : !: !
I On Wednesday ? and 1 Blueglll on the Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Mann "NJ'"'.S'A'" 'N''K) ;A'1 is'1T \ 1'K"r'
Put my brain on the blink. Donnie Dowling left for six family last week. .. .. .. : .i 'il.,. I'HiI' I' I
MEDICINE FOR LIVESTOCKTRIX ; brushplle
SUPPLIES AND I
,I I made it pretty good, months of Reserve Mrs Lemuel Griffin of BelliIs

If I do dare say so. I with the U. S. Army.TI.alnlng// stonel Slim's only Flih-'n-Stuff had (IKey- spending this week with her I Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
FLEA COLLARS FOR DOGS-WORMKIl: : FOR DOGS;; But as for doing It again Mr. and Mrs. Gay one report parents Mr. and Mrs. A.
I don't really know- ston were visiting Eugene l'1 Nelson caught an 8 Mann. 1'1 One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
Black
pound in
Bass Little
Wound 1001,8tlonntlblutll An-
Anamycln Veterinary But that's all behind me, fly and friend In West Palm; Visiting Mr. and Mrs. George
Thank the good Lord. Beach the weekend. f week : '
over Tetstone this were
tlxeptlc. Fink Eye And Wound Dnwtlng I
Now I must go on in life, Mr and Mrs. Sam Gale, of" Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tetstone

And work for my reward. Chicago Ill. were recent guestsat SENIOR of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.

the home of Mr. and Mrs.R. CITIZENS Richard Nipper, Mrs. BettyN'lpper % ,
STARLING FARM SUPPLY
TYPEWRITERS) Manual 01Llectrlc. I L. Bridges of Lake Geneva ; and Mr. and Mrs. No pre-rinsir g,hand-vvashirlg or drying.An
Mr. Gale and Mr. Bridgesare : NEWS Sonny Bias of Starke. .
sale rent.
316 E. Brownlee Starke Ph. 964-6002 I For or both affiliated with the Carl
Bradford County Telegraph. -I I Mr. and Mrs. .:Thomas! automatic electric dishwasher
same company. of Starke were 'visiting Mr.,

_i I will be out of town fo r" Birth and marriage go together and Mrs. George Tetstone ; _. "x

the next two weeks with the like the horse and I Monday. endskitchen-sinkdrudgery '

Army Reserves, Mobile, Ala, buggy and June Is the >great Mr. and Mrs. James Tdwell J: Y. ,

GMawvwaurra Mrs. Henry Srhuber has offered month for both. Happy birthday of Brockton, Mass are spending 1 .1 ." ,'I) .Lta.:! --. ''
[ J to relieve me during !greetings! to Pete and Lilly ; two weeks here with Mrs., ; .JI.Slft.l.tJ:1IA.1

this period. Please be sure to Johnson Yola Vestal and Tldwell's mother, Mrs. Alberta I

inform Mrs Schuber of you Harry Rosenshlne. Anniversary Stokes. .w.... .."

news items. congratulations to Mr Mrs. Charlott Stubbs of t
Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. Robert and Mrs. Carl McManus who Abbyvllle Ga. is spending/ a'' r.rf .

McClintock of Orlando, were celebrate their 49th year and few days with Mr. and Mrs. 1 .

weekend guests at Bill Sim Mr. and Mrs. Al Nicola who I Aubrey Green and family I ....

I eral's home on Lake Brooklyn are married, 27 years. Dewey Stokes of Jacksonville .
Other dinner guests on Saturday of
the dinner guest
.i Y; I Thanks again to Tom and was
( included: :Mr and Mrs. Lisa Hanson for the (rood time Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stokes
... Louis Le Blanc and children,
Saturday.
we had on our last picnic. We I ,
." : of Green Cove Springs, and will picnic again there at Mr and Mrs. Clifton Hayes

_4 Al Simione of Gainesville. Lake Hutchinson on July 0, and family of Albuquerque N. ''

God willing We will meet at M., Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hayes

Keystone Heights Beach at of Madison, Tenn, Mr. and

__ I 1 11-JO t : a m. and proceed to Mrs. O. C. Hayes and famlyof
I j Tom and Lisa's place. Bring St. Augustine, Mrs. Edna

your lunch. utensils, chairs Hayes, and Mrs. Stella Lovely I

BAPTIST and card tables if you have of Gainesville, were visiting tt
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harrell last
them. The more we go together :.
First Baptist Church Rev the more fun we will week.
Carroll Sun- and Mike Col- A
Lawrence pastor have. Vickey Jones

1tIE I' day School 9:45: a. m. Wor At our last meeting' Brad- son were married on June 8.

ship Services, 11 a, m. and ford County Senior Citizens! They now have a new mobile _
7:30: p. m. Training Union home in the Brooker Subdivision. ,
Club!
passed the following re-
6:30: p. m. Nursery open for: solution: I _
all services. Mr.: and Mrs. Ronald Bristol
"Whereas: There are 750.- i
i iJiiIII and family have moved into
E 000 retired citizens in
the
CATHOLIC the
their new home. They are
I St. William's Church Sun State of Florida and whereas in the
first family to build 1
.
/ day Mass, 9 a. m. Wednesday : most of these seniors are new Subdivision Just east of r

Mass and Novena 7pm. living on fixed Incomes well the Brooker School) I R

1r -COMMUNITY: CHURCH below the amount they were Friends of Mrs. Billy Sur- .

Sunday School, 9:40: a. in able to earn, and whereas: rency will regret to learn that \ VTR

flflNILWil Morning Worship 11 a. m continuous Increases in the she fell last Thursday and '

Nursery at 11 o'clock scrvlc< 'taxes:ost of excise living taxes, drugs, etc. sales has broke her neck. She is in the An electric dishwasher can save you 90 minutes ; day1
only Rev Leon F. Milner Alachua General Hospital In f
Wst'n bitten deeply into the present Gainesville Mrs. Eva Harrell,, . for nicer things. You can stack dishes between meals and do /a
small pensions and also has
full day's load with
I 1 EPISCOPAL "educed their purchasingpower was 'visiting her Sunday. I push-button ease.
p
Glad to learn that Mrs.
A I I St Anne's Church, Rev i : : Alice Edwards Is well and Everything's washed and sanitized really clean with water much
WUllam I. Jones. Vicar holy] Therefore: be It resolved I at home. I II hotter than .
now back hands can stand. then dried In electrically-heated air.
4, i Communion, 8 a, m. every that we plead relief and ask! .
Sunday First Sunday- Holy respectfully ol our Slate Senator I Tony Castlen and Oene I r Safeguards family health. Lets you relax when mealtime is over.
!
Communion, 8 a. m. and 9:30: J. Emory Cross, and Raulerson spent Wednesday!
a. m. Second third, and fourth State Representative Oene with Glenn Davis, in Gaines- Also, an electric food waste disposer is the quick clean j

i Sundays Morning Prayer. Shaw! to work effectively ville. I easy way to end messy garbage handling.See .
9:30 Evening Our small fry are really enjoying .
: a. m. Prayer among their colleagues in recommending ;

--Sunday. 7 p. m. Holy Days that the $10.000 the swimming at appliance dealer
your or plumbing contractor
will be announced. Homestead clause be placed Kingsley Lake. The bus picks] 4. today. ,

the "' '""' af fit ma lively in the new FlorIda them up at the School Houseat '
Get most car
'1
LUTHERAN State Constitution during 8:45: every week day morning ';
I" '
for the least money Divine Worship, 11 am. this special session of the and brings them back -- ., THERE'S NO MATCH FOR

Get a year-end deal! Sunday. Holy Communion 2nd. State t Legislature <*> later. This is a very good program ,.r Make a clean break with the past ELAMELESSELCTRICC
'
Sunday. Services held each Copies of this resolutionwere / for our youngsters and' .Gradjate ,..it's cheaper,tool
on a youngmobite '" Sunday at St. Anne's Episcopal : : sent to Sen. Cross and we are thankful that It was ... t to electric I dishwashing.liars

from Oldsmobile. See your nearest Olds deafer Church. Richard Meyer, Rep. Shaw. possible for them to have an ,.w. s user ..wiserW.M. J
,
--Joe Kerrigan opportunity of going this year. I...L..r..
.. minister
V. R. Ferguson drives the -
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Funeral Services Cemetery near Raiford, with I of Wauchula; Leonard and J. urday On Sunday the Lees I

Brannon Funeral Home of D. both ot Oalnesvilll;; Otis accompanied his mother to |I II I
'
,Fpr Mrs. Bruner Lake Butler In charge of ar of Columbus Ga.; Horace, of her home. I r
'
II
In Raiford Church rangements. Tampa: and Vinjnt and Mr. and Mrs Luther Hil- I t 1 'YtF r,+r tvq a T b f'a
James MoKlnney, "both of liard were visiting her mother k #

John McKinney Starke: one brother. Bead McKinney Mrs. Sarah Starling, at
Funeral for Mrs.
services Mr. and Mrs. J. I
Starke; 32 grandchil- the home of ]
_.JSOail 3. BmiT, of Raiford Services Held dren, and 11 greatgrandchil- A. Ogilvie and family in Jacksonville I
were held at n) a. m. Thurs-
.
a day June :37, in the Raiford In Jones ChapelJohn dren.Funeral services were held Mrs. Lonnie Roberts of St.
;Bdptlct Church with Rev.
at 3 p m. Saturday in Jones George, Ga. and Mrs. Pauline
Jack'Stolte' :Mrs. A McKinney. 80 of '
officiating .da
: yk srK'
d a
Lake
Memorial Chapttl with J. E. Torode of Klngsley] were
: Bruner died Tuesday. June 25, Oraham, died Wednesday.
Sherwood minister and Rev. Sunday visitors of Mrs. George -
In a Lake Butler Hospitalafter June 28. in the Bradford .
R. H. Butler officiating Interment Roberts. On Monday they
brief Illness. Hospital after an extended -
> a County
was In l.tie; :. family plot all visited Mrs. Nell Andrewsat
.. She was born In Ashford Illness.. A retired farmer in Santa Fe Ceonetery under Griffin Lodge on Lake MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL RAIFORD BAPTIST NORTHSIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST
Ala., from Lovedale, he was born In Bradford I
movng
direction of DcWVltt C. Jones Santa Fe. Sunday::45 a. m. Sunday CUURjCU CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH
: Fla. to Raiford Community County on July 6, 1887 the
School. 11:00: a. m. Morning
Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs Freddie Din- Schedule of services: Sim- .
In 1931. She was a member of son of the late John A. J. Worship, 6:00: p. m. Training Schedule::; of services: Sunday Sunday School. 10 a. m. Sunday School 10 .. m

: the Balfond Baptist Church.. and Polly Parrish McKinney. .............................,..4............I...tt, kins grandparents of Avon Park Mr. visited and Mrs his 1 I Union. 7:00: p. m. Evening, School!, 10 a.m. Worship 11 day School.Worship 9:43,: 10:43 a.: m a.Morning m.- Morning Worship 11 a. m- Morning Worship 11 a. m.;
Surviving are her husband. He was a member of the Worship. a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Training: and 7 p m.-Rev. .Leland A. Evening Worship I p. ta.t'
L. Dinkins Friday.
iRee Burner, of Raiford; one Hampton Christian Church. P.Visiting Mr., and on:. Mrs. W.I I Wednesday 7:30: Prayer Union, 6:30 pm. Rev. Jack Training Union 6:45: .p. m. Baker, pastor. Prayer Meeting Wednesday

daughter Mrs. Mary E. Gist Surviving are his wife, LAWTEYBy H. Ooolsby Jr. and children Services. 1st and 3rd Wednes- Stolte pastor.KINGSLEY Evening Service 7:45.: Mid- Thursday Visitation. 10 8 p. m. Sing earh, Friday at 1

of Yuma. Colo.; three eons, Bonnie Younsblool: McKinney, I during the weekend were his nlght-7:00: p. m. Family Week Prayer Service Wed- a. m. and 7 p. m p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane, pas

Harold R. Bruner Corpus I of Graham; six daughters, tea BtanchardAAAAAAAA. parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Night. LAKE needay 7:45: p. m tor.

Christi, Texas: Bill Bruner Mrs. Cassle Thornton of Lutz; BAPTIST CHURCH NEW RIVER BAPTIW1
..... Goolsby of Baldwin.Mr.
SMYRNA MISSIONARY
and Ronald both of AAAAAAAAChurch .A A
Bruner Mrs. Carrie
Fowler Orlando CALVARY
; and Mrs. George P. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH<<: Sunday School 9:45: .. m. BAPTIST
Tampa two sisters Mrs. Mrs. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 10 a. m.
; Margaret Wise
and Mrs.
AotfvltesGrace iHUhway 10 at TberewMJSunday ]
Madge Ford, of Lovedale, and Emily Smith both of Tampa; Methodist Shuford, Mrs. Hester Hicks. School 10 S. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. 63.: W. Pratt St. Sunday' Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sunday School 10 a. ....
: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gaskins, Training. Union 6:15
: m.
Mrs. Willie Dee Snell. Dothan, Mrs. Gloria Hlnson Angleton, p. services: Sunday School. 10 Tralnlnr Union, 7 p. m. Evening Morning Worship, 11 .. m.Tralnlvg .
School 9.,1,5'a.. m., Worship 11 Mr. and Mrs. James Shuford, Morning Worship-n a. m Evening Service 7:30 p. m.
Ala.: 9 grandchildren and two Texas; and Miss Frances Mc a. and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Training Union -6:30: p. m. Midweek: Prayer Service, a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. worship, S p. m. Union 6:30 p. M

great grandchildren. Kinney Graham; eight' sons, m.We are pleased to have the Carter and' their respective Evening Worship 7:15: Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Come Training Union 5:45: p. m. Wednesday night service, Livening Service 7:30.: Prayet

Interment was in Sapp Gene McKinney, of One; M. I* new pastor Rev. Don Denton families went on a camping A.m. let us worship together. Rev. Evening Worship, 7 p. m 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome. Meeting, Wednesday 7:80:

Mrs. Denton, Tammie and party at Daytona Beach over Wednesday Nigh !gayer Allen Price, pastor. Everyone welcome .- ElderA. -L. L. Parker, pastorCHURCH p. m.-ttev. R. H. Buttes

Todd arid Tracy living in the the weekend. Services 7:30: p. m. Rev. O. Flynn. pastor. pastor.
JACKSONVILLE parsonage. Visiting Mr. and:}, Mrs. B. L. Merle Packham. pastor. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST : OF CIIRISTSunday

First Baptist ChurchSun- Wllklson Jr. were Mrs. Wll- Sunday Sonooi, 10 a. m FIRST l'REgYTJa1U:: : Bible Study 10 HEILBRONN BAPTIST >

day Sclaool;: 9:45: a. m.. Wor- kison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Church Or jeus Cbrlst Of Morning Worshi, 11 .. m it. m.?; :Morning: Worship and CHURCH HIWAY 16 N.
ship 1)) a. and 7:30 French Jacksonville Latter-day Saints Sunday School, 9:45: a.
m. : p. m. Sr. of Pre-Sorvloos Booster[: BanAj.
Sunday
Communion Service 11 School. 9:43:<< a. m.
m.
Training Union 6:30: p. m. enroute from a visit with relatives 1416 East Call St.] Young People, and Pray Morning Worship 11 a. m'l a. Morning Worship 11. Training

Business DirectoryAuto Midweek' services Wednesday in Miami. Tammie who Services: I Service!, 99. m. Evening I Youth Fellowship, 8 p. Evening services 6:00.: Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser.
7:30: p. m. *qi had been with them returned Priesthood 8:45: ; Sunday Wednesday Worship servIce
School 10:00.: Sacrament Worship, 7 n m. Midweek] Choir Practice Wednesday.4 vice. 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
Chid-cU of God home. Other guests Mrs. I
Sunday were 7
p. no. MlnUter Jack P.
I Service
I Service 8 7:30: -Rev. L. Tommy
11:00.: Wednesday, 7:30: p.m.Rev. <
--- School/ 10 a. m., Worship 11 a. Wllk1.lon' brother. Bill Willis: p Bell. .
Sales & ServiceLANDROVER MOTORCYCLES m. and;: 7:30: p. m. YPE Wednesday and Mrs. Willis and Andy of Dean Branch Hansen.President 064-6278. m. E. R. Bowers D. 13. pastor. Robert D. Burch. Howe pastor.
/ 7:30
: p. m. Wavcross. Oa.

Highland Baptist Sunday Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Heiken
BETHEL BAPTIST CBUBCP
School. 9:45 a. m.. Worship 11 received a message Sundayvia
The World's Finest.in HONDA a. ni_ and 8 p. m.. Choir PI'ac-1 Micra telephone from their Sunday School 10 a. m

4 Wheel Drtva. tice1 j 7 p. m. Prayer meeting son Virgil In Libya. Africa, Morning. Worship 11 a. m An Investment In Your Future

Bold and Servlce4 by MONTES. Wednesday; 8 p. m saying that he Is getting along i'j evening!: Worship 'i::3tj p. m

Groan Robert Chevrolet MOTORS ft: (CYCLES CO. I/tr. and Mrs. Hubbard C.I fine. Needless. to say that they Prayer Meeting. 7:30: P. m
Cove Springs! BOSS I
See Honda's Katfley and Mrs. A. Q. Smith were thrlled. Wednesday.-Rev. J. C. Hes
Jacksonville 2e4 96 A T 'III CltUICI
4949 Blvd. were< called to Buffalo N. Y. ters pastor. I
Blandlng I
Parrish Motor due to the death of Mrs. Har-I HEALTH DEPARTMENT .
Phone 771-8244 41nbU.rkls.saMk !
ley's nephew Bobby Trlbulawtio CLINIC HOURS CHANGED FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH


BALES 4940 MOTORS Blundbiff A Blvd.CYCLES- 111-8%.... hit! by had a car the which misfortune caused to his be schedule Following which Is the went new Into clinic ef- I School Sunday, 8:49: Services a. m. : Morning Sunday 11/// / //l/I/I// / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / IIIIIIIIIIIIIII/ t 1;

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HERVIC'BVART8:: Batti.
Mrs. Trlbula will be re- Worship 10:45: a. m. Evening ;
fect at the Bradford
aiembered by her friends as County Service, 7:30: p. m. Midweek '
Della Starling Thompson. The Health Department on July 1: Service Wednesday. 7:15: HIS FAVORITE.
MUSIC -Maternity and Infant p. I
I :rfamly has the sympathy of all m.Charles Reese minister. II
Always Good Used COM their friends here. Care: Monday afternoon. 1 to
*2I Laura !At. Ph. S36-S854 3:30: p. m. Registration startsat I
Mrs. Jack Brassell and ... FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Ah! Just' ;smell that...This Is his favorite.
.BEAUTY ACADEMY: : Paulus Music 'Co. children of Virginia Beach. -Immunizations 12:30.: and Blood OF STARKE : ..prepared Just the way he likes It. He's In fora i

Va. are visiting her parents. West weldon St. and Ral- real treat. Everyone has
certain foods that !
Tests Monday 1 they prefer over others and
American e Band AString Instruments Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright : afternoon ford Road. this is his.",
to 4:30: Wednesday 8 to 12
Gibson Guitars &: Amplifiers while her father Is noon and 1 to 4:30: p. m. Sunday School: 10:09:()( a. m. Many people have favorite scriptures...these words can excite and satisfy I
Hairstyling School Suppllea-IMtructlOJl, critically ill in Bradford Hos- -General Medical Wednesday 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship; 1 II
:
Academy .> Roberts Recorders I pital. Mr. Wainwright has the 8 to 11:30: [same as 0:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: the soul as. certain foods satisfy the taste palates.
best wishes and of all p. m. Evangelistic Servicee.Wednesday .
prayers
XI W. Monroe 855-9501 Music IAbrary-Expttrt old schedule]
Repair Department his friends. ; 7:30: p.m. MidWeek I The soul needs nourishment too. The church offers the be.t.
I,
RiversideHairstyling 41 W. Monroe 833-8...., Mrs. Ernest Wells spent FIRST BAPTIST CIIUKCH Prayer Meeting.
,, Sunday with her sister Mrs. STARKE Pastor: Lester F. RlohardNORTIISIDE opportunities. to satisfy your spiritual needs.: ;
Ruth Barthlow! and family In .1 r

PIANOS Mlddleburg. Opportunities of service: BAPTIST t
Academy Mrs. Joyce Futch spent last 'Sunday-Brotherhood meet Located on Baywoe arlg4! II k

2859 Park 8* 388-8637 week with her cousins, the C. ing and breakfast, 7:30: a. m. way [SR 223]at Rattord Roe
Modern Styling C. Sunday School, 9:45.: (SB 161.
For Musical Advice Curtclngers In Chattahoo- Morning Services: Bund? I
.Qualified InstructorsAccredited' C. CARTER NICEChlckering icheeher: daughter'! Miss I, Worship\ afc 11, Rev. Dick 'Rob School" .6' a: m. Sunda II
VA Approved Mary Julia Futch and Mr. erts, guest speaker. Training Morning' : Worship. 11 a. m

Day or Night Classes and Mrs. John Wyrlck: In Tal I' Union, 6:15: starting eight Training: Union, 6:30: p. mEvening Iii
I' months Bible Survey Course. I
ELECTRIC MOTORS lahassee. Service 7:30: Mil
Visiting Mr and Mrs. T. V'I Evening Worship, 7:30: Rev. Week Prayer Service Wednesday I r.,

:Peavy Brothers Duck: and family Is Mrs. J: Roberta .: 7:30.: -Rev. Olenn Law
and Other Duck's mother, Mrs. Vera,I Monday-Trustees meet at hon pastor. I 1M
Electric Co. Name Brand Pianos Brookins of Columbus. Ga. church 0 p. m. Youth Choir 3s

ELECTRIC MOTORS KIMBALL "SWINGER" Mr. and Mrs. Wallen Sapp'] practice 7. CHURCH OF GOD I

StloJdServicedRepalredGeneratoreStarter. ORGANS :and daughter, and Mrs. Annie I!' Tuesday-Helen Masters Cir- 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke.' UI
cle, 8:30: a. m. Ida Darby Cir-
Stevens of Jacksonville were Sunday School, 10 Wor-
a. m.
Roosevelt Mall 888-8319
Mrs.
cle, 2:30 p. m. at home of
-.. Armature Rewinding visiting Mrs. A. C. Pearce and ship Services 11 a m. and J
... J. A. Griffin. Lorena Epper-
4044 Lenox 387-2528 they all visited: Mr. Pearce in 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting
son Circle, 3 p m.. at home of i
I. MATERNITY I SEWING CENTER V. A. Hospital] In Lake City. Mrs. Ceo. A. Anderson. Ethel Friday 7:30: p m.-Rev. L. S.
WEAR Mrs. O. J.
Phillips returned Williams pastor.BOATDRA1N .
Biggs. Circle, 7:30: at home of \
.- Thursday qf last week after a 4i
Mrs. Myldred Cuttino.
I week's visit with her brother-

: I H. & N. in-law and sister, Mr. and Wednesday, 7:30:
M Mrs. .L.- H. Hinote in Miami. Practice, 8.MADISON. Sunday School, 10 a. m.
r rr SEWING CENTER She was accompanied by her Morning Worship 11 a. m.

son-in-law and daughter. Mr. STREET Training Union. 7 p. m. EvenIng _
Condole] Model brakes fancy designs and Mrs. F. T. Redd and son BAPTIST CHURCH I Worship 8 p. m. Prayer i _

stitches monogram of Macon, Ga. The Redds Meeting, Wednesday 8. p m.-
overcasts sews on buttons spent the rest of the week Sunday, July 7 Sunday Rev. Virgil Lovett pastor.
"Jacksonville's" :Moat: Complete make ,button holes b1IndIIUtches. here and returned! to their School 9:45: a. m. Morning 1Mai.dIMfi."ps1 .sd .....-w,..wiy.. nh.vI.I.ilNhN.. . \m 17ft

!:Z Shop for Mother-to-Be No attachments home on Sunday. On Saturday Worship 11; Youth Choir BAYLESS HIGHWAY tor--.I If NIt..-,hi a.c.N.....Ie""" ..""...Iot WI.........WiIIIM .

Demonstrators $48 or $& per Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips Practice, 4:30: p. m. Youth BAPTIST CHURCH sW. ...-.. r. 1M .M..11..1.. ..- -1tIr r nr If III. h.e. 9-
= JUDY'SMATERNALANE 1 ...-.-.I a.. .3r/-. ..Ia ....... ....
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mo. Call Jax 771-1850 and sons of Jacksonville Mr. Fellowship Supper 5:45: ; Sunday School. 10 a. m.; es is rvIo "y p N3.... ..... SB. :
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= .r a"..i 1M 0I00d0 1w, 1M... If N.Nw
and Mrs. Coleman and Training Union 6:15: :; WMU Morning
Phillips i
Worship Service 11a.
I 1\\ .13...+...11 w fill...,. ..,.. ...", __. ...., p.w th..lw wr :!
2 1007 Park St BISIS- OIIS children of Macclenny and Training Union. 815; WMU m.! Training Union 6:30:
I Noa r. 1M u....... .
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N r1.N.era .a.i's'NN...e.at w ....,. .N.
-. MOTORCYCLES WESTERN STORE Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips Prayer Circle. 7:15: ; Evening p.. m.; Evening Worship, 7:30p. : I .......,...........IIw Ie.........If lei. QlQi'" ,.. .
and daughter of Starke gath Worship. 7:30.Tuesday : m. I ,.
(. _.104..1M
ered with them for a family Circles 2 and 3 Prayer Meeting Wed.. 7:30p. : ;'

: Triumph LITTLE DUDE get-together. meet, 7:30: p. m. I J m.; O. A. Meeting. Wet.,

: Of Mrs. R. E. Lee and Mr. /Wednesday Prayer Meet- 7:30 p. m.; Choir RehearsaL

: JacksonvilleVAMAHA Western Store Lee's mother Mrs. Clemmle big, 7:30: p. m. Deacons Meets Wed., 7:30: p. m.: Brotherhood This Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the Follow.

Lee. of enigma, Ga.. who Practice, meeting last
TRIUMPH ns. 8: Church Choir MondayIn iDa Civic-Minded Business Firma
spending the week were Wednesday -
: eoco TO esoco Western Clothing: Leather- 8:30.: each month. Rev. David ,
r Sales Parts Service goods Saddles and Trailers supper guests of Mr. Medelros. partor. I
r Used Motorcycles In Stock Charles & Sharon Petty and Mrs. G. L. Peterson in ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL ULKNER Edwards Grocery & STARKE BUILDERS

- 4228 Phillips Ihvy U. 8. I & sea: 8. Edffewood' a84-ltlo Arlington.Miss CHURCH. STARKE DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH
: .Jacksonville S39-T245' Karen Lee of Gainesville BROOKER 1\
GULF SERVICE SUPPLIES. Inc.
- visited at home on Bata -,. Sunday services: Holy Mkt.

- I Euchuarist. 8 a. m. Family ser Sunday School. 19( a. m. ,

-- vice and church school I Holy i Morning Worship 11 a. m.j U-HAUL RENTALS Groceries-Meata-Feeds Complete PMttnrlng Paint Aee Hardware Supplies..

- Euhcarlstlst and 3rd Sunday Training Union. 6:30: p. m. Gu & Oil and Sporttac Ood
a Morning Prayer 2nd and 4thSundays Evening Service 4:30.Rev.: *

].- J. Thomas Staab I j I' Lacy Conrway pastor. I I Truck Trailer Ph. 964-5312 'Starbe' Fla. "CIIKPK WITH US FIRST"" -

I. Rector. '' ST. MARK'S I Complete Lubrication :919 Washington St. M4-C270
r I
r ADDING MACHINES: luan-I'i EPISCOPAL CHURCH

r ual or el'/trle. For Holy Eucharist 2nd 4th Minor Tune- .. -_. Lawson Meat Market
ups
- and 5th Sundays 8 a. m. 1i
rent. Adf subtract credit balI -|
AND COLD STORAGE
- i
Church School- Each Sunday
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9:45: 08.. m. 1011 N. Temple Ave. Ph. 961-5800
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Holy Eucharist 1st and i big Cutting Wimpphif. '
; 23 MODELS v I I 3rd Sundays; Morning Prayer -I U.s. 301 NORTH Prepared For Deep Frees*
2nd and 4th Sundays; Lit
Want more mileage? any and Ante-Communion 5th i Ph. 964-7600 Starke Fla. PHONIC!: M4-70S9

Sunday; 11 a. m. I DOYLE CONNER
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FIRST UNITED METHODIST Insurance Agency

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- Council Meeting 2:30 p. m 222 N. Temple Ph. 964-7369 Phone 961-6303
w MYF activities 6:30: MYF OHTR01

r r Chevron Gasolines keep meetings 7. Evening Service,,

r engine parts clean. Boost 8. MYP Fireside, 9. I Printing-Office Supplies I GBMKM co.

fuel mileage.TANDAROJ. Vacation Church School, 7-, Charley E. Johns
wr trey it's Honda 9 p. m. dally, Monday through'

olt Friday Classes for adults,' AgencyHEVEHAL. 539 E. Call St. Starke. Fla.

- .- youth, and chlldien. Nursery I BRADFORDABSTRACT Phone 964-5745 for FREE

-- provided. I INSURANCE Inspections & Estimates
Call Your Standard OilMAN
- Monday.Circle 2, 3:30p. :
: 818 W. University Ave. Gainesville \ IN STARKEK. m. Methodist Men 7. : *r-*dy But Nobody'>> CadenellaCtartey Company Hurst Shell Service

- G. DUNCAN Tnesday Circles 4 and 5, .. Jofcn Agenej '
,I 1 158 W. CALL ST. CARL HURST
964-1)1J2:
10 a. m.WodumldayCircles. ;
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Phone '376-2637 I 11.. SOl &: 100 Ph. 964-6111
1 and 131 s. Walnut Ph.. M4-S070 Starke ,
i 'Standard Oil Company(Inc.fn Ky,) I j Fla.1th.. 954-0831 MS 8.
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At Cross CreekRawlins r..v..rrvvm" v VY.vnTHERESSA Leod of St, Augustine. Lorraine drefn, Edith Kennan,I Ronnie l III the son of Mrs. Inal I last week with her cousins, villa earlier' In the year folnlwMr. -
Think About It Betty: Hayes Jane Keys; Bet- Horne | and Mrs, Littleton, Tew, In I Ing a.n Injury suffered wlylls
in Vietnam
July 4 -.a good tlrrle to remember ty Stone, Barbara Hill Lila Joan Salter left last week Arcadia serving "a
that the freedom we Dyal, and Charles Hinson Tony for Birmingham. Ala. where Dennis' "13"wJy"; I Terry Hayes eon'of Mr. ?n / Home Restored enjoy is ours because our Kennan, served a:* ,the music she plans to spend six week of Mr, and Mrs, cTRoark? Mrs. Foster Hayes left Mon-
By Dorothy Mills forr:: fathers worked for it, director, with Debbie Hill as visiting relatives left last ;\Thursday: to report, day mornIng with Charles!fin-
h .. Phone 4734318 fought for it and died for it. the pianist and June Haddock Mr and Mrs. OrUs Lowman for duty at Camp Lejune, N. c.1 I son to spend a week at Lake

And ..wV.evVrrVV.VVVVrV.Vvhope Too many of us take it for served as the secretary. The of S1J1! 'bury, N. C have been\! He was transferred to Jackson Yale Camp. ..
Opened To' PU&fic granted. It could be lost, One refreshment committee was visiting In the Home of the R
: made of Verdo Salter, Ethel L. Browns.
up ,
to it is to be : .
Church way keep [ informed -
Baptist
Funeral Home
DeWitt C. Jones
The house Tidwell, Juanita Peaprnll and Mr. and Mrs. Don Parnell '
where Marjorie occupied. by the late: PulitzerpMzerwlaningiad storation.: is being accomplished Sunday School 10 a. m.: on what's happening anda.o's Wessle Saxon. A large numberof have had as their guests Mr.
Klnnana Rowlings capturedthe ( hor. through volunteer contributions Morning' Worship 11 a. m.; \ doing' it in this country. parents attended the com- and :Mrs.:\ Preston Porn*!!; Mr. I STARKE PHONE 964-6200 ..
flavor of Florida's "scrubcountry" Under the direction of'? the Training Union. 6:30: m. Ten: pick the candidate you
I of money labor, and p. ; mencement program on Fri- and Mrs Billy Parnell; and
,
and its people is be. University oft Florida Found- materials: Evening Warship. 7:15; Wed- believe is best flttsi to Keepus day night at the close of the Martha Jane Pope, all of La- I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHOnE 473-3178
ing restored as it was when ation. Inc'..'much' >ef'-the> rep Located at Cross Creek, nesday evening Prayer Service going the way we startedon school. Following the servicethe mar, S, C. I

I near Island Grove, ana;! less 7:30: with choir practice July 4. 1773 and vote for parents were invited to Mrs. Merle Singleton of Ft. Rental ServicesROSPiTAl4
than an hour from Starke on following him, whether he is running each department to view the Myers and Mrs. Emma Rhoden "
I U. S. 301.,the Rawllngs' home Vacation Bible School: fcr mayor, county commissioner various items the children ot Lake George were visiting I' CHAIRS ..
GAINESVILLE: I, Is open to*the public on week Hope Church's Vacation: Bible ,governor, senator, or made during, the week. with, their mother, Mrs. Neta I BEDS WHEEL .,
days from 3 to ft p. m.; on I, School closed Friday even- oresldert.! Democracy:: cannotbe PERSONALS Johnson. CRUTCHES
Saturdays from 9 a. m. to S Ing with a social hour and .government.: "by the people" Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Melton I Mrs. Mary Watterson visited
.
p. m.;' and on Sundays from homemade ice cream at the n- the people speak. The I and Otis, and Mr. and Mrs _. .....
f' ....
1 to B PI m. Also open to the I I church fallowing: the last ses vote 1 1. "ii- way to make' your I Clarence Hagan and children I s
, Business Directory public is the new 25-acre sion. Average attsn'ance during voice heard. d ,JI''%! left Monday for a two week

I ., Klnnan Rawllngs Park, ad- I the week-long school, : was ........rem........" vacation which will take themto
'" jacent tp the house. The park 42 pupils and 20 fasvJty: mem- points In Texan, Arkansas
AUTO SALES .MEN'S WEAR' has pcnlcfac1l1tles and provides bers served: during the week. and Ohio.
access to Orange Lake Community House NEWS ABOUT Steve Hayes j was entertained .
BRASINGTONCADH.I.AO STAG .'N .P.RAG for water sports. A recreation: :: period is held last Wednesday with a surprise
every Monday; night birthday party at Com-
/...DMMUBII.E'BALES' In restoring: the house beginningat /
A SERVICE e Stanley'Blaivker' Coats whch the author willed to the 7:30: at the Theressa COm- SERVICE MEN mer's Beach on Lake Santa Fe fit
S Arrow pretta Shirt munity House Community Those who attended the swim
Fine Selection! of Used Can University, the original JumIshlngs'
Taken On ea.uuT..I.... S Puritan Sweater have been used In an residents! of all ages are invit, ming party' were members of
tOOl N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 e Peter. Jacket attempt to show the original ed.PERSONALS .A.a.u AA aaaaa. .......... the Junior Sunday School class: NEW if-iP'i1fif;

e Ladl<>. Sportswear house as it was when Mrs.. Pvt. Wayne C. Hardce son party Assisting was Mrs.Mrs.Hayes Shirley with Hamel the Hahn -Ele/
Returning this weekend
lived there and
CRANE Rawlings
2 Stores. ISV.. University of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hardeeof Wendy Hill and a girl friendBarBnra
from Camp Qllead at Polk
wrote her books:: including
Route 1, Lawtey, recently
LINCOLN-MERCURY and Mall
jQalneHvllIu Allen'-of
.,
'City, where week Gainesville
"South Moon Under -"Croee! they-sent a
'1 from
graduated eight weeksof '
AotHorlsuMl! Rales ft Skrvto spent the weekend InMarian-
earned by' learning Bible
Creek Cookery an] the 1933 ver-
boot training at the
Mar-
2201 N. Main Ph. 372-fJ73 na where they visited'' In the
'Pulitzer prize winner. "The ses were the following mem- u
HOMES ine Corps Recruit ,
MOBILE Depot home> of Barbar 's grandparents
Crane Imports Yearling.! Each room was researched .I bers of the New Life Bible Parris Island, S. C. He will I
officials I- Club: Frank Bailey Cindy
foundation
by now undergo from two to
nVM antI Ann Allen
MyrtW
Volvo MQ Austin Healey r 3 1r
MUSTANG Davis. Jimmy
Davis Kathy
the Rawlings colt
using four
i weeks of Individual com- and daughter Andrea Gaylej i
Gainesville
606 E. University.
Phone 372-42S1: ',r" Mobile Homea lection of papers In the rarebooks Payne and Charlene Williams. bat training and then after have recently moved ''back tai)
'Jnc. Mrs. James Da.
is visited
section of the TIP li-
leave
at home will report to Hampton. The Aliens had made,
Beaatv Al'adem.yPOWELL'S' UabUMVUIe's. / IIe. aunt Mobile brary. her grandmother.' Mrs. Minnie, his first regular Marine Corps their home. In Adelphl, Md Ittlr.ee | {
Gnann. In Gainesville: Monday i
Home S.ioa l Lot. The furniture was refinished assignment.: DiVld's' discharge from 1 r
in the vocations department On! Wrdneslay:!: ]Mrs. Davis -, the military servece lait No-1
NEW MOON CAPKLLA: of the Rilford State. and: Mrs. Sylvia Cox visited Army Speciallst-5 Albert I vember. We welcome them back
Beauty ..AcademyLeant As tow ai, $100 down. Pil'on and:! other services: and bits! Davis' mother Mrs. Frazier son of Mrs. Mary L. to our community. I IRonnie'Dyal
a ,Pl'OhI..loII ,ln 'Rout N.W. materials were contributed by Marian Qnann, at Macclenny, I '
Frazier 'who
48".0 13th 378-1310 of Route: 1, Starke, has been,
Spare Time.. FllJJ.OI'of\ Time individuals! and business firms I' an:4:!, Mrs. Davis visited her has been assigned to the nerving,as Program Ulrectoi I
219 N.\V. 10th S7H276BELECTRIC : In Gainesville: and vicinity. cousin Mrs. Joan Hartley, in 574th Supply & Service Com-i for the Royal Ambassadors at!
Office: Equipment The greatest amount of do-' Gainesville Friday afternoonMr. panv near Can Tho.Vietnam, the Lake Yale Baptist J.scm- -
MOTORS! nated help came from the supervision and Mrs Norman as first cook.Speciallst4. bly, spent the weekend with
of the entire projectby (Butch] Redding of Tampa his parents Mr. and Mrs. H, .iFr HFD <
ELECTRICMotor' Hancock OfficeEquipment Gainesville architect Arthur visited relatives here this Clinton Kelly O. Dyal. Ronnie returned" to

Repair Co. Lee Campbell who contri- weekend. Returning with them I I son of Mrs. Mable Tyson of Lake Yale, near Euntla Sunday
bute:) all of his services. to Tampa for a visit was Miss Route 2. Starke, has been as- night -490' Kex-Hntary Means\
Of Gateevrill, Inc. Smith-Corona Auth. Dealer The exact construction date Jan Searle. signed to Company B. 1st Also working with the RA ,,_ Juality
Repa.lrtngRewtndmsNew of the rambling "cracker" ,Mr. and Mrs. w. T. Zeigler Battalion of the 1st InrantryDlv1B10n's group at Lake Yale Is Charles SimplicityCleanliness
,and Used Clary -Victor TotaOUk rfevw!befbre las R(MM w easy*tf qnfek to!fiandl
butit any!. grandson. Victor of Orange 26th Hlnson, who will
... Machine Calculator.SALESSERVICERENTALS farmhouse is not known : Infantry near serve as a
2818, N.W.-lflth .. Ph. 872-8318 llng was in existence prior to Park and granddaughter Quan LoI, Vietnam. counselor. He left Monday la- laat prlothj u ft b BOW wIUIl MW Beta Electro- .

Farm and Industrial the great freezes of the 1890's Merle Zeigler, of Mont- morning and plans to spend a filnttt. I1a ', M conomJcal unit de loped to fit -
Equipment which destroyed most most gomery, Ala. visited the J. D. Robert G. Rhoden son of week at the camp. Tolltpoctottolydetlteadianrprlatlaenquketaenfs All Models", Use Printers Paste !
528 Maln Ph. 376- 551
N.. of Orlffls family Thursday night. and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hicks,
citrus groves in this part Mr Mrs. Robert L. Rho- Ink Won't
Leak Hun.(
Santa Fe Tractor the state. Friends of Mrs. Clyde Brad- den of Ralford, has been pro- who recently sold ,their home PtOiAuliMttl KaiiQF tottery bttlTflfiri! ofOct fbrm3ciuulK or
The building is a composite 'ey will be glad to know that moted to Army Speclalist-4 outside of Hampton have ( burg ut IIIIS ptfi1" BntarM m tit u fur-
FORDFarm PAINT & CLASS of three separate units prob she returned to her home in Vietnam, where he is serving completed their move and are
Tractor 8c Implements ably added at different times Sunday and is making a good with the 100th Engineer now in their new home at 1521
Liddell Paint &
USE!) EQUIPMENT During her occupancy Mrs recovery from recent surgeryin Company. NE. 19th Lane In Gainesville
SALES PART SERVICES Glass Co. Rawlings added bathrooms, e Bradford':! County Hospital. Specialist Rhoden enteredthe We will miss them very muchIn
4488 N.W. 6th r6-2648::
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carport, and widened and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maynardare Army in October 1968 our community.
GARDEN SUPPLIES Glass'Mirrors Slicing Door screened the east porch. at their home here for a and completed basic trainingat Sympathy Is extended to The TELEGRAPH Is Proud To AnnounceA
Tub Enclosures-Shower!: Door, The opening of the home month's vacation from his Fort Benning, Oa. before Mrs. John McKinney and chil-
Johnson&Faris Inc. and adjoining park add another work In North Carolina. arriving In Vietnam l lust Feb- dren In the loss of their hus-
Furniture TopsWindowsWIndowsAwntoc Friday dinner guests of He band and father. Mr. McKinney /- New The
Complete Line of "tourist attraction"which ruary. graduated from Dealership -- Complete Line of
is in easy driving dls- Mr. and Mrs. E S. Sibley Union County High; School in paused away last Thursday
8EEDSJ'LAN".t'SIDIleCUeldPet lie N. W. 10th 572-8191 distance of Starke and should were Mr. and Mrs. Carlos 1964. His wife Shirley, lives following an extended ill-

FERT1I.JzEWI'Supplied i Bradford bring' 'many and visitors surrounding from Youngblood afternoon of Wllliston.guests of Sunday the- on' Route 1; Macclenmy. ness Ronnie! Knight' U. S. CoastGuard : Bohn Rex Rotary Spirit Duplicator And .Mimeograph -
:
We Rent Fertlllzer Spreaders' SEWING MACHINESNational counties during the coming Sibleys were Mr. and Mrs. r.vvVv.vmvvv.vnvv.vHAMPTON recruit, left Saturday;
224 N."' 8th Ph! 378-0416 months. Morgan Darby of Santa Fe June Jacksonville 29, from Imeson for nine AirportIn weeksof Machines And Supplies.!

LADIES WEAR Sewing -, Lake.Mr.. and Mrs. P. C. Mabry 'basic training at Cape May,
EZERASE TYPEWRITER were dinner guests last Tues- N. J. Accompanlng him to the
Cherry'sOalnesvllle's Machine Co., Inc. By Mrs. Miry Williams airport on
PAPER. Mlmeo Paper Bond day of Mrs. Robert Hess in Saturday morning

Most- Fashionable PfaffNew Home- Nelro Paper Notebook Fillers. Gainesville. On Saturday, the .***************.*.****t were Yvonne Debbie Forsyth Hicks; and; >his his aunt, Bradford County Telegraph
Address For Ladle Bradford County Telegraph. Mabrys were in Palatka shop- couuJivs -
DRffiSES.sUn'6OoAT9MATEBNITY Used! and Repossessed VACATION IiIBLI-3: SCHOOL ( Anne and Lynda Foray.

WRAB.ACCESSOUrES Sales-Repairs All Make MIMEO STENCILS and Ink. ping.Mr.. ani,:!., Mrs. Cleveland: The Hampton Baptist Church r ..
Duplicating machine and Sullivan spent Saturday night has just concluded a successful I --- ------- -..
611 W. University 378-1308 Bradford County week of Vacation Bible School -
Two Stores:.7 .University Ave. supplies. and Sunday with their son s
There were 91 children enrolledand
and Gainesville Mall TelegraptIT'S and daughter-in-law Mr. and
Mrs. Percy Sullivan in Palat- an average dally attend- ;
ance of 89. In addition to the WOULD YOU
ka.Mrs.. regular activities of the Bible
Percy Sullivan Jr. and
school each department
Percy III visited Mrs. Su111van's par-
ticipated In
ILLEGALFor an outing. Rev.
parents Mr. and Mrs. .
Mel Hamel served principalfor J
Marshall Strickland and this years. school and was I
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. G. ably assisted by .the following !


Aiiy Person or Persons to Engage in i C.van Monday._Jrs.Conner Guests,this week at of Florahome the are Sulli-her la Mary faculty Slade Blrt,members JoAnne Jo Anne: Slade Dona Hicks Davie Carolyn Lu- gELIEUE00. i

cousins. Becky anji;! David Mc- Kennan, Shirley Hamel I

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless' ." :.




rue Name Is Registered \ 9ULEThjLqJL3a ( ( ) Only $$1 09 50. : .


,Read This Florida Law"It ,.

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shafl be unlawful for an* !'f1'801or! persons, u Ufiae4 ....rnla,1engage .

in business as herein defined under a fictitious nun as herein d <
$ ..5...
flned. without and. unless said fictitious nan.e shall he registered with the For this. .

lerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of buwtecMla. I, ,-.r,, v xtlJlt f f, j I i
h /ra4-
wit* registration shall,consist of filing with. the dirk: aforesaid an affidavit f IO-KEY WORLD'S SMALLEST ELECTRIC of

rigned by all Interested persons, stating under oath the name .,
ti ADDING MACHINE
.Jl thoM Interested In the business enterprise, the extent .f the Interoat .. ..-
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ef each and the fictitious name under which amid. bosfneaa fat carried ; 114\'I.I..N J'n

.... Said registration may not be made until the pel'llOllOl'! persona desiring Adds iI"J'n'

to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or : .. ?, OOOooo 000V } 1 KIMTIliC 1 I t Subtracts 1' e'

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their Intention to register said fictitious name at l least once a week for four' 1'r 1 t! '

(4)) consecutive weeks In some newspaper. defined by. law In the county k:t; :IIiElf 1, jlt.tINt4' ; Multiplies s+.r y' '
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where said registration Is to be made and Auld registration hafl not be '

accepted: by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof .* >; \\ HINI3' Credit Balance .: ; .

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I TOTALS TO 999,999.99 ,,r .
Htrt't a versatile ll-purpos adding machine designed "
If are engaged in business under any name for years of dependable. trouble-fre. parfanminc This e d ?
you compact. I'Key( Champion Hit 7 column. and totals
8 (999999.99. Electric operation makes flgurtwork
fast and effortless. At Last! A Portable Electric Adding Machine With The :

other than your own, and have not had this name Touch Speed, And Keyboard Arrangement Of A ..



properly advertised and registered, we will be 11&1U-PEIlAT() I) LL I : I I Heavyweight Machine.



glad to give you all necessary Information as it) ADDING. lrj'L"I.I'N' MACHINES '.;,"'I!; rya'; .19.r,. APPROVED 10 PUBLIC KEY AND OPERATORS.ACCOUNTANTS ENDORSED INCLUDING. BOOKKEEPERS BY PROFESSIONAL CPA'S :+;



what you should doeBRADFORD AS LOW AS"' f>j954)> ) ) ..!r"5ij, Compare With Machines Costing- Twice As Much .Y



e SEEING IS BELIfiVING.
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH J Bradford Counly 964-6305 TelegraphPhone BRADFORD COUNTY' TELEGRAPH :.


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lectten 'I Pare Six BHAPT-OBI OOPNTT TEttMHAm._trTAKKK. n.oalD 'rmmsDAT, JULY C, 1968

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10 1/13 It '.', ida, at his office In the court said Court, at Starke Hrudford I and Testament of Waddell A -
Sunday School.; a. m house of Bald County 'at Mtarku. County, FlorlilH, thl 21 day of Walluco Sr.l. a/k-a W. JA. WalLace .
4 Moraine Worship at. 11 with .. Tfce ronaty Jf.ri...'. Court OlBratlloril ,, "Kloilda within six calendar June A. D 1008SHAL deceased
the Junior Choir serving aU -uuaty Klnrldalla monthi'ttroin first publication' the ot time this of notice.the ( Charles), A. Darby Hv:, Fred J. ThomptlonttJr.TrustOffioer r- HEED READY CASJL

COUNTY day. Evening Service, at '7. : In Predate Re: testate: No. 1-IBS4 of Isabel Mary Two copies o-t each claim or demand ClerK of the Circuit COUI.tny Adams. Hothsteln A 81"w..l
WITH
The pastor and congregation Fernande.. Simpson also known aha.ll \be In. wrltlnc, and Virginia F. DarbyDeputy 1021 Florida Title. Building
Dnceased. snail state the place" ot r sldenott Clerk Jacksonville Florida ''
will rep.der'services for Rev a* Isabel Notice F.; tjlmvsun.To Creditors % and post office address. of GIn dt T-18 Attorney for Ktor; Come See Us
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YOUR ; t AGENT ohnson\ ; In Waldo on Tuesday All prison having claims or ( the ..claimant and shall boaworn 8/s'1. tt18 g .-
demand against the estate. of to. by the claimant, his In The County 15555'. Court !. 4
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night July.9.: ..The senior '
: Fernandea Simp-. agent( or attorney. and auoom .
Choir will tender! : song service Inn iMbel ala Vary: known ". Isabel. F. dollar anted by.. tiling fee' of one Sad. For Bradford County; FlnrIclM. STAFiKEBUSINESS a1 s.t% We make loan for
and
deceased. are hereby such claim or demand
Greater Allen Chapel AMB! Simpson *' No. worthwhile
notlfleil' and. required. to file not w filed shall be void. 'ln H.: table. Of Waddell,! A.nllaL any purL" -
ChUrch, Jtey, \?iL.0., ...sampson. their claims, In the office of the A*/a William John Crllly Estate \\' *. Sr ; also known a. W. pose. .
Administrator of the ,
'night Judire of Bradford
Friday ,Love Feast. Sunday Cdunty of Elva At. flarceased. A. Wallace Deceased.
j Scott
,' : School: ) t id:a."m.; ;. Morning 'County Courthouse Floriaa.at Starke In the, Florida County, Myron. Cj Pr.vlHt". Attorney. NOTICE. all creditors TO CREDITORSTo and all persona $25 to $600
.Worship'at' 11. within Hlx calendar mon)li* P. Drawer; gab cUlinH. demands
;/ ,Evening: service Keyetone HeightFla.; 88638, having or
from the Axes of the first putt' against wild estato. DIRECTORY
I : with, communion, at 6. lie.linn of this notice or the Attorney for Ifistute- You and each of you, are DO YOU HAVE .
All'member/ are asked! to con- .amewill become void according:' ,.. .. -/87. 4t T-18 hereby notified. and required. to

,tact'.the..leaders to fulfil your to law.Thie. 10th day of June 11)68) In The Circuit- Court'Of FloridallKhm file which and you, claim or either and demands of ; AUTO SERVICE : H"s Too many payments
obllvBftlori to Simpson, 8r.ienutor ; Judlolal Clicnlt. In And : ofWeddell' '
the.ch.urch. I'd John Parke have against I the estate
may make?
of Isabel Fur Krmttnrtt County, ,. ;'Clrll' L to.
Captains of the Estate : A. Walluoe Hr. also
for'the Women'sDay Fernnnde Simpson also Affinal. Ceee No. era t Wallace, deceased Gilbert : I
Marv: known as W. A. S. Brown
Ceorlx.. Drive:, aslf all members to known a* Isabel F. Simpson Evelyn, Delnree'Smith SmithPefend:! Plaintiff -' late of liradfo-rd Count.y.Flo..ld. F -Too many bills topay
remember deceased.Haul.' VII Phillip: .., In the office of the Standard Oil Service Station
the task; that is HUggltut .. V. KnlnhtStarlM. 'ant.The Jude of Bradford County ?
County
before them';and,strive hard Florida I State 'i'lorlr1a''I'f.'i.; r i Cotlnty.ourthouee; In Starke, ATLAS:! '
Executor Philip rlmlth whose. residence with. TIRES & BATTERIES!: !: -Too tau
to meet the demands to make Attorney For I I" unknown Hratlford County "Florida many
4 6/13 it T-tl You hereby notified that In nix months from the date of Budget Terms .Road Service! r
ths activity: are I
,, success. The \
of this
HUBRAHI' from Bobby eggs. A nickel per dozen drop .u--;; :; I "a proceeding for :"drvoiVs ha. the. first publication no- Phone 9S4-1071 coming due
.drive' will terintnateAUgust'1LRev In The .. The Co.aivJudge been brought In the Clnult, tic i' !
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Taylor and me and HURRAH! in price may nQt mean more '. Brndford County, Florida. .' Court for > Much claim.. or demand, must CI 07 N. Tempi Stark
County
from all our good farm people than about $5 per family per .?s*...bavi: $> of.Jacksonyllle la Predate Florida/I againstlye: ; f.* ''You nr ..1e.. In WrltlnK and must statetheplace .

who have pigs or hogs In the year, but It means'a 1o a'of, 7111 hold 'service' Friday" In De)
_pen or in the field. Right $915,000 to our era'Producers. j it tlleold! ,. Retijo'Theatre.' r To All Creditors And Person.Having' ... or other plaadlnirv In his agent or his attorney or It Problem) '
.My Claim. Or Demand aid proceeding" and to :serve will be void according to law.
now vaccination for the Their production costs do. not .. son. .PBp: Fklflclc W. .
prevention ABalrtst' Said Estate: copy of :name, In Barton, *T.Dousjlas. ''Each creditor! shall deliver
of hog cholera la not drop like this. There 28' a'1ot Castlen.' gave 1ne fr' great aur- You '..II pri' e Saturday notified Poet Office Drawer 12H, Qnln.CHvllle enable. the County Judge to TOWN FINANCE CO
jiecessnry. of food value for little coat .In : !and called< hereby and required to Oil Lubrication
mall one to the purnonal repre
Little three dozen mim.Jaaksonv}lle to come present any claims and demandswhich Florida on-or i : before Tires & Batteries
over years agoFlorida a eggs.Thursday pick you, or elthor of voti. the 2'ith! day of July sentative.Dated Goodyear Phone 964.7449
226 N. Temple'
was among the first July 11. .beginning him up.' He, :has' .b*en' In' may 'have estate of Unrein fall not. or R Default June 20th A. D. 1968. _,' ROAD SKUVICB: ?
t FI'VH' M Scott.lnd"ci: :...d, Iatu'rof, will. J w'onlarml. mjrulnHt( you. The Florida National Bank Of ..
.few at W&jZj Germany"f for the last 801 and 100 Starke
states to participate, In 10 a. m., J. M. Edwards aid County. In the County 'Witness my hand! and deal of I JaokHonvllleAM -
this program. During this Sr. will put on 'an; Angus seven irionthi;: He will be Judge of Bradford County Flor Executor. of the Last Will t .

:time all swine: going through Cattle Sale. To my knowledge home fdr,--.several ''days .afterwhkh'tftpe'he

public sales must have gone this will-be the b'iggtfs) 'wtil"report to .,.. -.;. .
direct to slaughter unless theythey cattle sale ever held in:Brl\d.\ OAklatid:.+'1, cillf. to' ship out sAVF --- .

had been vaccinated. ford County. A. sale. like thl for" w ."Vietnam. ,e 4 r TOPPER, CIGARETTES Qii, .OqP, :,'H, ;+J ; \'. ri.$;' + t
""There were times that a far- is evidence(! that Bradford .

3 X1 er! experienced inconven County has beef.cattle ,Just hi":Mta.: Lai": .,,.ifm* Court Of AVAILABLE ONLY AT WINI'.{-DIXIE """ lIow ,ou Uld'yau".t,

lence in having to have feeder- as fine as anywhere in. thl ..r.oJI..d. keuilf;. .1nlufWs. C.. >TOf>PER CIGARETTES ARE MADE FROM .- ,START TApAYt
;;'o12.al.( .. ", ,, I A BLEND OF CHOICE ,
IMPORTED AND .
size\ pigs vaccinated before Nation. This.will be.! 4 big 1 10e ? 30C
'OBut' rJ''' '..cD..h..Ob.. hoots. DOMESTIC TOBACCOS TO GIVE YOU A -- "
/IEEEslay 29c
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maiketng. Took some advance day at the Edwards' farm. Plaintiff/ .8l'V1t' Lawtsy,: : Florida. SMOOTH GOOD-TASTING SMOKE. ; ( n 1 O1a".i"'e'
planning to be sure this was Itartel, 2 FECES.. Telb4.elo11. R
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done to satisfy the three- .t .d'ntJ Frleldphce.ts, \ UDknowo.IC FILTER TIPPED MENTHOL PLAIN END ::.::ao:::

'weeks-before- TO. A PEA 3 PECES ..." 87<< am' ::-=- o".rii;:
require-
Colored Citizens 'yo, Fierpie l Ma/'tel. whose re. __
ment. .I.<.*n\le\ J.'I/n4trtown 4 r9ctsRly l 1.16 :;'.\aflAa.' __ : :...
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Well, they did believe in the NewsRECREATION YS'jAr.'l" by'.noU.I.d' and did 1 In'e lot ; dampgee upon a -.. O ,J. 1 rECE! $ Lly, 143 I ...".Auanw.. .. iNER1N0 I -.-rr
program they cooper Ieeofy.hbl1*> ha bean filed .1111 ..... Ilia I IJ
ate 100 per cent. Sometimes it -igaJneO $Iou fur the abdve-named> ( L.... Da'
C'qurt an 1 .uee'' and. 'you are r ANeMOAe.Conlirua.InounhoNbovellAlinglo. +ee N oa=,55,.,,,,,
took early or late appointments NEWS| .. 'equl..d. o copy ot your ,;;. Intlch you purchASe .thew "Is ro Lola r ------ +;++ :ir
to get the Job done. enewon oe IjUadTnip to the coin-. PER CARTON... -
OaES "
All fin .. 0N0ee
boys 1317. who
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SJ1- Pl*">tlf. Charles. .
Quontiry RloM&! lUMrvtii PncM Good
/ thru July 7
The swine is
producer happy A..p"
planning to nro for the and file the orls- .. .... .
out WIMP*n!s!S atrO*** IM 3.OB> MT-1B .
Each farmer had Court on t.
now. a parti furs 8th
in' making this dream: come Reno Recreation Basketball. th*.. day 'of July,19 eotheetgls. : 200'. KLEENEX Limit 5 With $5.00 or More PurchoM' Excluifo\J QfpratlO*. .
'allegation i
Team, are notified that there of sal< :'I
true. Co.nplalqlIll i | to* taken *. oon.
1 will be an Instructional basketball fed by you 1p d qdrauit.ludgF .
Hog Cholera has been
long .nt..IU bbentered for
session. August S the. remanded F
the leading disease of swine. 11011 (lf Ey plaintiff. eial Tissue'5.1$1.
I through 19. These cessions b. publish-
Once it hit a herd was never edTh.bi'nQe. aeshalt'
will
consist of ball control ; : *k fo r four
forgotten because in most Cenb.CYtlvd weSkA. in the A
Bradford
dribbling, rules of the game Cpuhtr Telo*raplI. ; p A 4 : 3.LIo. Cm ASTOR Limit One With, $5.00 Or Mar Food Order Excluding CaaratMy
cases it put you out of busi- -
exercises, shooting free throws D.t d tKf.) 'Uth.d"y of June. .
ness for awhile. Now our job 'f "ldelotee'C' ; ''
plays, and skull practice. You r
'Dalnplur
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is to help keep It.out. You may register at the Reno Re- "f 1 Cleric :.ot.. 8iaU CUIms Court 5hortening..i491GIANT

may. move hogs anywhere In creation ,Center starting July Bradford. : County. *,. Florid. .
ells It
Ute 7-H
without :
in state vaccin -- .
8 from 4 to 8:30: p. m. daily.
ation. Hogs coming into Florida SCHOOL NEWS "ftO'1'wk. L11F' 'PITkVTION! TO WHITE K BLUE'ARROWiLimit 1 With $5.00 or Mora Purchase Excluding: Gflonrtm i if
l must have health certificate REcUITER: '
Head ] KICTIT10VS; JSAMB! :
Start school will. .be .
and permit. So If you I brute neil [ i>
closed Thursday and Friday ... sUndeltheprovire\ 'Detergent:491
plan to go out of Fla. to purchase -, for the 4th of July. Studerits, lone'of...'"S4!<'tlllft( galo! ., Florida
St.tdt.; :
U6G
breeding or feeder ,''''' lI rbglater with
I will return Monday...ner.i"; thqClerkroC the-Clr..uh. Court _

:your swine permit, allow from some the time Divisionof to get long I holiday weekend. There- i Flbrhla' .fot'6'!. ...:.).fJ".ctOl'd recbJpt 'of County proof **-crUfTON'Limit( One With A $5.00 Or More Food Order Excfudtfifl Cigarettes /

will be two field trips, on July Of'\PUI I elf. this S g
Animal Industry, Tallahas 13 and 27 to make up for. the the.-;. ii$74) 1iWtlon.", ,,. '"Im 'bf MAMP-notice
see. Check with us for other lIf. "ORKSindll"whlch! 'Tea : _9
Information desired. two holidays. t, I I .ant '11\ F.. ep' .-tu"lne"! at P. Bags. ; sl
CARD OF tt.t. .
THANKS1 I 'Gr: .\i'tItVI'It.. Fla." ,
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Last week read little !
a .
you The Foster Mother of rtlle h' lamptce.' pi'" ael lown.r..
story about poultry in our late Eva Aldridge wishesto; l .D. t4't h15'5Olh"day ot June, ; '
I 1316' l..rDIJtlfDAIILING'UTTUMII "
county. Any Industry as big express her fondest tratltu )i tl.e t rC! 'Bradford County: COO' "ft'itPj'AS"1ON; (I << 1

os poultry in this county la. for the kind expression '.'J..w. f ''IJ'8'4t; tdl \ ; ........:.....4/$1.WtdGLET ,GUM.........69' BREAD............ ,. .:.2/49 WfHrffi: SAUSAGE 5/I.

bound to have a few problem shewn by her many.trends )n : Jail! /j: rt \ la'L'1 InnmA/ '. SANDWICH I o ."' / J
We have no problems that in: heClsenft R tear/ Of Tae.esjlt $nur: BUTTER. 79<<< :: '<< HUHE. '<< BEANS !
cannot be handled satisfactorily I, May the hours God ever of bless bereavement.and: keep Florri4m"j. }.'. .,;.-aa4tPop.. ; ..Bradford. Of .. ... BREAD. ............. ...2/49' : : ............. 3/89' LIMA ..._.. 5iy .

if everybody works together each! of you.-Mrs. Ollte Mae. r'Vp..e': : 0.,,CJeq.a";} R. to do a good:! job. Yes, we Cummlngs. tIffc \ ; tin 7 odd 'Cra.I ....- .......... .. ... 7/$1.

do have one big problem now, CHURCH NEWS I fordlDefoddant( :,... '
especially in the egg business Greater Free WUl Baptist, I. I .. OTIC1'1 tlPJ.' ;Ann.0.. JluMo'!' odd' Craw6r4. 'lSr E. 23<< 'tOMfl-fO JUICE 4/I. CUT biZTS. < ti' 'OGENT.

a fair price for the Church Rev. liewis" McKay #son i.C'aroltna.lover,2treel. .. .-'GreenVl1le.. ...e.Ie...e .e..fe, .. ... ........... ... 1QrsSH ......... 3/$1.
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product. The egg producer has 1 pastor. Vacation Bible School :You- Lucia Aon I"' Todd eos WHITE REGIJIAR SLICED ''V a
really been giving the consumer ; closed Sunday night after Mv J'ord ar", h,r.by notified. that. a

a bargain for the last year. days of successful activity. I C riled"J .laIbt for-blvurco has -ben
aitaln
"t you.; and you-Ire f
We are preparing: some information There was a daily attendanceof ,:required, toMrv a wrlltftn, C oN :If49 p'
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dopy, of ouAn. wf.r. IIotila r .
that may be helpful 91 students. The h1 heat at 55fJlSlv Y P *"? '. 'It
and interesting to manyof tenaance: was 111 students, .PlalntUf'* aattorneytPhilp5rtOn ,USCA CHOICE WD CRANO CORN FED BONELESS '

our producers. It will be with a total weekly attendanceof Northeast. First, Street K.qulr.,OalrtMylO and -
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distributed in the next few 426. Awards were given ",j Florida and tile the or- I ''i i DEL :
MONICOS
days. Sunday night at the 8-o'clock l IRilial above dried with Court-tn Cleric on or of before the s $139lt5D

A little information that service Mrs. Alberta Rlsby' the nth dayef. < July 198S; It you r- .
fail to .
: do
& judgment will b. CHOICE W.D BRAND
was the director. CORN FED ;
might be Interesting about .n t.""" al'allou: fort,the re.",
our laying hen business: we Weekly schedule: Monday lief demanded In the Complaint.
night Choir No. 3 and Usher Wltncei. my hand and the
have over one million layers Jjal l of aald Court on., June 11. POT ROAST 68"
in*'our county. Many hens lay Board No. 2 will meet. Tues 19oB(SEAL) e e I 1 e' t I e .
day night. Choir No. 1 meets.
20.dozen eggs in a year Cut A. .'
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Wednesday night Prayer CleriekCleoult Court, USDA CHOICE W D BRAND CORN FED ROUND BONE SHOULDER Cft '
Uptown to 220 eggs in a 12month Bradford

; period. I believe that I Ij Meeting. Thursday night. County Beulah, Florida M. ,Moody
Deputy
is j -more than 18,300,000 dozen' Story Hour at the church. low BjT. r CALIF. ROAST. ,; 79Wo

Also Ladies Circle. Dinners Attorney Office For at yuintlff Philip Barton I!* (

will be sold from the kitchenon 2flO .Northeast P'lret street t
L:1 GLASS Saturday. Sunday School Gainesville Florida 11801


:..FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors 9:30.Evening: Morning Service Worship at 6. at 11. .. The Cones-,..../1J.. Comrt 4t T-Of' j lis-: 391 SfEW-4 $1:

: r Ebenezer Baptist Church Brnrirortl!.. Probate Ca; .B N<
Pev C. Burnett pastor. The fn Re: Untate t>t Isabel Mary\ .
FOR EVERY PURPOSE Minister and Deacons Union Fernanda IIlmp. -n, also. known IB. IB.PKO.. $139 .
. terminated Sunday night with I v laabel:Notice: F. Of Slm Probate eon. Deueaeed. CHOPS 68Ji HAM .

: SHEA'S financial receipts .totaling To All Persona r.itereitod In . : . .

. $200. Thursday night .July 4. The Estate Of Bald Decedent; .......u...................... .......................... .... ,
. You are hereby
notified that
W all deacons are- asked to meetIn a written Instrument dated Ou- EXTRA.. : EX..RA.. :
GLASS CO. the church at '7:30. Bus tuber S, 19(11.( purportleg! to be I I ... GaUN. STAMPS : I J'N I GRUN STAMPS '
: .
.4 the Last WIII and Testament: ofsaid :;; ;: :;: : --
; ; Watermelons 79HAU
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; 372-4315 372-4353 ness of vital Importance to be decadent ..
bee been 'admitted ..... ... .
to : t 1( :!' : r. ...... ., .'U.. : 9-9*. OCOMA CHICKFM BEEF TURKEY
4th probate .
1313 N.W. Plac. discussed. Friday night. Junior Inthli Court Ground Isaf : C..d H..... 8

Gaineivillo Choir rehearsal;' 8 p: m. ron You; ;n the are six date.Hereby calendar'of the commanded first!months' pub.* !.l'O'.,-u- .. .. :."......"..lILfr,... .: ...-...I..... '.....o..Flu.. !._L..r. .: Meat, 'Pies 6$1FRENCH / '

. IlCaitlbn of thl. natlii tn appear ? :
' -- EXTRA. myPotatoes
M Court and show I I I I
I Dalyy' cause :! ::1 a, gAlINw3TAMP3 :
you 'can: wby the action
of thla; Court hi admitting slid ofIflEX.TRA. :.' .n es. .. .: SlAG 79/
Se"mc. Fiorld/ Will to probate Ihould not *tandanrivoked. I' 1 ; :, See.ketiss : 12-or. CAN LIBSY'Se
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1 Since 1950CIWIM I. Oeortre /* patttn ..,, ..o..u'u.. .. ......... .: GAL. SUf ERatRAND SHERSET OR
Circuit: Judas Acting AS Coun.ir ....... 1
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s.- ... :\ Judge Of Bradford. County ''I :: .Tm..iExTR ; 5/l/

......",..... .. .. .. .Florida.nollla.tark. ;..V: Xnlsiht, e I I EXTRMPA. ...... .. .......-- : I ....--.GRUN... .-STAMPS. ....... .: PAR 'Florida : .
yreNPt ....
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:Attorney For Executor ..A... ..u..n..._. .. ... ,-...... .... & !"' 4 ** $1
/ d/E'/t T-* f, .Mtlr I nf
:, ...::.u, : ., WhiM"Ace;;: P.el. :
II' new u" f .. .
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:'Mrs. Carolyn Cordially !. NOTICE Circuit; ; !] TO Court DEFT, (:aradferd l) :: ..... ... ... ...:.:.:... ... .::,....... .... ft.ft.' ..:!..u...loaf... .. ..:: ..
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Eaves Il C...*.. florldai In chaaieerr. EXTRA ::1" EX..A
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Welcomes I Case Ne. axe I .Jx GRItN STAMPS : I I..JN GI..N.. STAMPS"" _
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Representative Judy Ann Orlffl Walker --- ----- .. ( MFTy 'A'INES Ot U' Nn 1rF .W .

. Ph. 96I-5P12 You and Your NOTICE Plaintiff'. / TO va" Robert APPEAR Walker. De- :. ...OD...... i:II oJ", ... I. .ay ayj.! j..% i. .I. U CY PLUMS 3 LIS. $1 ONIONS 3 '' <. .

: 122 N. Bay St. Family to Your Toi Mr. Robert Walker 7ZT [ .N.. dl :.f 1'j'jer ; -" ; . . a 39GRAPESS

'. Starke New Jlom Cast University Avenue, Gain* .....; .......... .. ..... ......... "" : ry : .

r esvlll Tou, are Fla.her..b" notified thata ; :ifi j( ; EXTRA "i, i2TE us.'I'

'j a suit for divorce toe,: been i. -ht-G-.----.. I d..a-GNFBN. ..-STAMPS--._.. W'LJMV ,. P"'EA"A"'fC' HiS .111116 $ I
asjalnst you In above : :
The State of I ..... ... .
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