Bradford County telegraph
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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 11, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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County Casey New Constitution

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Worthy Document'Rep. '

FireProtection HousingAccusing

to t tr tr the County .

Commission of paving only
lip service for the past 4 Shaw Says

) y.df 1-2 years to providing .
funds for School Board

A first probe toward housing, Superinten dent

county financed fire protection Tom Casey; pressed for a Loses
was made to"the definite answer last Wed- County

County Commission Wed- ne dav. Julv 2.
nesday, July 3, by a resi- "I don't think we owe you a County Rejects
dent whose neighbor's thing." Commissioner Zedra On New Gas '

house almost burned to the Hamilton told' the superinten
ground. dent.But several others Chairman

Though ,he 'lives only. 3-4 Dave Shuford and !Commissioners Value ReductionOn Tax FormulaA
miles outside the corporate rt, Buck Norman and f.'

limits of Starke L. C. Brown k Jessie Chaataln, were less abort
told the commissioners the with the 'School Board.
.. city fire department would not Offices to houso Supt. Casey generally favorable at-
Timberlands titude is displayed by Rep.
come to his neighbors' aid. The and his staff have not been included Eugene Shaw toward the
City Council a few weeks ago 1 In the new courthouse.
proposed state constitution
adopted a policy of not going Casey has been! waiting for the finally approved by the
outside the city limta after Commission to come through Protests agansb! 1DB8 timberland inventory gathered over 30 Florid/) Legislature last
j I Fire Chief R. C. (Red!) Bu- with a mutually agreed on figure property assesHmenta by years or longer, McCarthysaid.
Dave courthouse
Chairman Shuford carves out the new $719,000!) ()() during a ground week.
ford pushed to have the Issue of $30,000 so the School three timber firma were rejected He likened that to a hypothetical t
first shovel full of gravel for Bradford' breaking last Wednesday. Shaw terms the new
I settled ceremony Board can erect its own office, by the Bradford Coun- cotton farmer who document the "greatest accomplishment 1
Brdwsi first approached' the 11 .-- -- probably an annexation onto ty Commission siting as the had to store his yearly harvestof I've seen the

City Council on Tuesday, July Courthouse the present USO Building: on Board of Equalization last cotton on the land each Legislature perform in the

2, but met\,.that body's new L tK4' North Temple lAve. across from Wednesday, July 3. year without realizing Income equivalent of five regular
I policy. He !drew 'Only Council y Bradford High School. It was the fourth straight from It. sessions."

mans Gerald Williams' agree- Contract Casey had been told that. year that timber firms have If taxes are paid on what "Some say the new consti-
I ment that county-wide fire when the contract for the new objected to the timberland evaluation timber firms pay for land, the tution is full of compromles,"
protection is needed and Wil courthouse was let and the of Assessor Gene attorney explained the assess- Shaw said Wednesday "but

I liams' suggestion: that perhaps Commission saw. hdw much of Longwhich average about ment would be 25 or 30 times It's not so much compromiseas
something can be worked out ExecutedTrlest its $1 million bond funds remained -
I $79 per acre. The formal pro- what the firm realzes from Its a desire, on the part of
I with the Oomml lon. the Commission would tests work for that period.
ground pos- crop grown over the Legislature, to write a
The next day Brown appeared then, consider giving the School
sible suits the firms might Thirty-five per cent of constitution that each and
before the Commission and Construction Comp Board the 30000. want to file later even though what the land produces goes' in Florida canlive
every person
explained his plight any's $719,436 contract to buildBradtord's The superintendent. last week
they were rejected. to ad valorem taxes now before under.
The Commission agreed, at new courthouse on 'presented the School Board's
Two of the protests were any expenses are considered -
"But compromisedon
Board Member Jerome Johns' the old American Legion site first formal request for the we never
made In person Ed McCarthy, said McCarthy. Shaw He
suggestion, to appoint a dele- on North Temple Avenue was Commission to provide offices principle says
a Jacksonville attorney, spokefor "Your theory makes no sense
voted generally for the new
gation to,meet with the City officially executed last Wed- for the school administration "
Contaner Corp. and1' J. O.Fendlg at all to me, Commissioner
Council to see what can be nesday, July 3, In a special staff.. He presented it at the constitution while he saysRep.
area forester for Oilman Jerome Johns told McCarthy.The .
Lake City
Ralph Tyre of
worked out for Joint protec County Commission ceremony. same meeting: the courthouse
Paper Co. spoke for his attorney's theory is 1 based .
tion. If nothing cornea of that. Trleit has 310 days to complete contract of $719,438 was sign- voted steadily against It.Tyre's
Johns said, the Commle-ilon can the two-story 33,500 ed and backed the School firm. A written protest was on production Johns stated. opposition was In ..

then con der.:;.establishing, \ Its square foot structure, starting Yfiii Board's resolution with a per- filed by Rayonier Corp. At Using that theory, Johns large) part directed toward the
own fire jM-otecUtnv' Commissioners seven tuys: after the official' i r sonal request. County Attorney T. A. Yawn'ssuggestion said he shouldn't pay any tax- redistribution of the state gasoline -

Jerome Johns. and Buck signing of the contract. He already rt Only silence greeted the superintendent it was entered Into es at all on his home becauseit tax.Shaw .

.-. Norman were. to meet with the has bullu"-ers clearingthe a'i'r until ''he said he the Board's minutes that only doesn't produce anything. in contrast voted for
Council. site. wanted some( kind of answer. two of the firms were person. < A strawberry farmer can't. the new' gas, tax formula, of.114|

County Judger.. A. Yawn,. Architect Frank George was' r even If it1 was negative' :* ." .represented.. be"tUM'on production, Johns area 114| population, and % C
... 'who said: nVsiible-Wiras: a present( 'for the sIgning and 'aground Hamilton was the first to re- The Board listened to a discourse said. because one year' he collections because "It could

citizen and who alo! >live, just ''breaking-. ceremony at ply-"You all can tax the county by McCarthy who said might make $1,500 per acre have been much worse."
outside tle'dty limits, said he which Commissioner .Dave too; you build this and build he wanted to "explain In com- but lose$500 an acre the next. Under the new formula

would personally like to see the Shuford lifted the first a that; I don't think the Com- mon sense language why we McCarthy admitted under Bradford County will lose
hovel. of ravel shortly afternoon this matter Container Johns' questioning that all about $60,000 down
Commission' ,, Inquire Into the mission has any responsibility pursue per year
Wednesday Present at : 1 is appealing timberland in Bradford Coun- 9228.419. j
cost: of maintaining one or to provide you space." Casey Corp. currently from $289,463 to
I more fire departments throughout the ground breaking were Architect I agreed there Is no legal obligation the 1953 timber tax suit ty is assessed on the same Clay County will lose $122- '

I the county. The Issue could George, Triest. Judge but pointed 'out that the In the First District Court of basis. "There's no arguementthat 000 and Union will lose H36
then be submitted to the pea T. A. Yawn, county attorney, + lIw'Contractor f courthouse has always housed! Appeals; the case will be lands are taxed on a different 000, going down from $237,000to I

ple for a vote on whether they and Commissioners Jessie 1 + all elected officials and he la heard July 23 In Holly Hill. basis here" McCarthy 101000. But Shaw expects

Would be willingto pay additional Clmstain, Buck Norma' Zedra elected."I McCarthy assured the Boardhe said "We're all treated the the positions to Improve after ,

taxes to finance fire Hamilton and Shuford. fall to get
.. protection. Inducted in the contract are' all comes from tax money. The treated well by local offlcals But the Container attorney Shaw. terms the new form-
Ills done in many states and. two alternates-a sprinkler Bay- Ernest Triest pens his signature to the School Board can get !by with but said! the press has! given"a said, timberland assessments ula an "honorable compromise -
In some counties right here in tern costing $1,398, and pav- contract to build the new courthouse lie has :310 daysto levying mill a lot better ,than! distorted, one-sided version should not be based on sales for our small counties."
Florida( ," Yawn told the Com- ing, curb, and gutter complete it. Looking on are Chairman Shuford and we canj' Chairman Shuford of the timber tax suits. alone. Johns replied they are There was bound to be a

rnteelon, "If would be a great costing $4,314.Continued. Four] Architect Frank George. (Continued on Page, Four) Contaner Corp. has! pine not"If we based It only on change in the new urban
step forward for this county.. [ on Page timberland that grows a crop sales you'd be assessed atthree oriented legislature Shaw

County Clerk Charles Darby but it takes 30 years to make times the present rate. says, and there were many'
sugge.ted that volunteer firemen pulpwood and even longer for The commissioner pointedout formulas proposed which

might be used to lessen saw timber, McCarthy said.A that one 1,600 tract of would have been much worse.

costj. He olted the Keystone timber company's annual timberland in Bradford Coun- Bradford and Union, for instance -

!Heights Volunteer fflre Department Favor 5 % crop of timber is actually an [Continued on Page Four] are down because of

as being very effective Employees area and population.

In supplying protection Big counties had the same
over a Wide area of Clay Coun- problem. however Flnellaa

needed the population factor
ty.Volunteer departments can while Broward would have

be effective when organized liked to see It based solely on

properly, the clerk said. Retirement Deduction- collections, Shaw said. There '"

It was also suggested by will be a hot legislative race
Judge Yawn that the county be in Broward County this fall,

divided Into districts for fire A several' other features of the council. Tucker said that five mostly on the Issue of the
would be $17.423
per year
but two of about 30 em-
protection with each district la not yet retirement plan to which: members men could make a better gas tax.
payng taxes to support Its awn: ployees voting Monday, July five per cent but it figure would prcJbablyho of the Council had ObJec- choice than one man and that The race track formula Is
department. The judge also added 8, favored a five per cent retirement around, $29,000. tions.: there Is no way of knowinghow apparently unchanged in the ,

r that cheaper insurance premiums deduction from their Indicated Tues Councilman. Nell Tucker for a different official !In the new constitution Shaw says.
The, Council
coming with fire protection payehec' Instead of three per It will Instance, di.-tliko.s tho fart that future might perform. although the language of the f
probably go
might go a long 'way cent, and a bigger check after day with night the five per cent If the one member of the pension plan "I'm not worried about. article has been change! The ;!.

toward supporting the tire'de- "they retire. made Mon budget/ can.' stand It. board will be appointed by the now. but 10 years from now" Bradford representative point
partments.Some No decision was and approved by the Tucker kept saying. ed out that under both the
at were
Council, Also dlHcusucd length mayor
questioned which wouldbe day night l>y the City But It 'was pointed out that old and new constitutions the
cheaPE'.r-one countywide (however, since no cost figures the Council can refuse to confirm state could chose! to keep all
smaller based on the five per cent de- and Is monies If it decidedto
department or several any appointment the racing
departments scattered over the duction are available. Attor Another Industrial Prospect protected that way. The vote do so. At the present time
county but nothing along ney George Pierce and City Iwaa 3-1 with only Tucker vot- .,;vt ue racing taxes are distributed

those lines was Bottled. study Clerk coats Merrill of the Edwards higher will deduction Eyes Bradford, Novak/ SaysNew ing against allowing the planto equally among the 67' counties.
minor remain as it 4s. Major changes !In the proposed -
and make Another suggestion by Tucker constitution
changes In the plan. Interest In 'Bradford munlty would be proud) to tt1 :' I
gained favor Allowing the governor tosucceed ., I
Decision to consult employees County continues to develop ?
have.He Council agreed to have the himself for one additional -
Church League made by City is convinced that 1968-
in the matter was with each passing day says pension fund audited' !by a cer term. '
Council Tuesday, July 2. after Chamber of Commerce execu- 69 Is the year for Bradford titled accountant each .'
public of
the office
Softball Meeting 'Fire Chief R. C. (Red) Buford tive Vice President Pete No County to make significant year. The plan as: written calls lieutenant-Creating governor, next Inline
voiced objections of personnel vak. grains! in employment oppor-
only for an "actuarial evalua- of
of succession Instead
Monday July 22 In his department to paying a According to Novak, hardlya tunity.: tion" which Tucker pointed out .
the senate president.Increasing
Into the r-
lower percentage pension day passes that some onehasn't could be,juade.'by' any auditor.
8:00: P.M.Recreation fund than they had been written telephoned or Wet-Dry ElectionSet J the size of the
Mont lengthy discussion came
paying In the past. Firemen the county a visit with Noun i.. House from 119 members
paid when Councilman Tom
Office 23 and reducing the
and policemen have participated at For July 120 members
the thought of looking In the
suggested a change sec
(Old Armory) cent in a retirement state sponsored.plan. fivepel' Bradford: County and considering In Clay CountyAn tion pertaining to the determl- Bullington First size 40 members.of the Senate from 48 to

either living, working or nnatlon of an employee final
The -proposed penalon ordinance Establishing a millage
In the area. election to determine for retirement
All Churches of Bradford playing average salary
still to(be adopted 'toy the liquors To Modernize ceiling/ of 30 mills, 10 each for
whether intoxicating in
Another Industrial prospectcame purposes. The section aays,
County Invited to Council although retirement deductions to Bradford County on a may be sold In Clay County, effect that .the final average counties municipalities and

deduction' began of three July per 1, sets cent a planned visit Monday of this and the method of sale, 'will salary will toe determined ,by 1. R. Rulllngton/ bottom right, owner of nulltngtcn'\ Studio and Giving school districts.the Leg latUTe i
Join. 23.
from wages to go Into the retirement week. He spent a con lderabe be held Tuesday July for or averaging the highest five consecutive and Gift Shop 104 Wet Call Street, U the first Stai-ko merchantto authority to grant home rule
In addition to voting final 10
of the
fund. On retirementthe amount of time gathering years .sign|| a contract with Fashion, Inc. of St. Petersburg. to modernize to the counties.
of ,
the sale liquors
Against credited -
of the employee's
employee would receive a facts and looking at a possible voters will also decide: whether years service. his. store front with aluminum faring and awning. -Removing the present con
CommunityState Webb of
monthly pension of one percent plant site. Development Charles Commission sales will be by package only, Nolin thought the 'languageof fimxlwynVhltf,Tallahassee" contractor who works. with fashions stltutlonal prohibition against

Bank of his average annual. sal- the Florida traveled with the tndustraliat or by package and drink. the section to be (confusing, Inc. Is at nulllngtoii'd, right. Standing ((1-r) !Sam' Wln- allowing homestead exempt-
of his earnings capacity. If this Inc. sales representative Roy Burnham, Carp'smanager tlonover $5,000Removing
Inspecting Bradford:! hla< fellow !board members ton, Fashions, ;
salary during the best 5 years Chamber Executive XAACP MEETI.VO agreed, (/but never could settleon and clutlnnnn of the Starke Retail Merchant. Committee -' the ceiling on
Insured should average $5,000, lie County. as NET: FOB ./['LY 18 better to phrase It. of the First Federal! state bond Interest rates, now'
Accounts now 'would receive a pension of $50\ Novak a way and B. F. (lIlid'llzrll.: president cent.Permitting.
at 4.5
up to 815,000 by per month. It Is not known how Novak says he's not at liberty The local chapter of NAACP Finally It wan, 'left a" Is for Sitting* and. I.iun AnHoclatlim.. and chairman of the Bradford per the state to "

Federal Deposit fnaroranc much a five per cent deduction to dtvulsw the name of will meet July 18 at 8 p. m. Attorney Pierce and Clerk Ed- Improvement Committee. issue bonds backed' by its

Corp. would increase It. the company looking at Bradford In the Greater Allen Chapel wards to. study when they gettogether. Work Mill begin next week on the building. The contractwas faith and credit.Continued .

Under the three per cent County. He can only say AME Church. All members are signed July 8.a C from Page Four!.
plan the city's contribution that It Is a company any com- expected to attend.:



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Section One Paire Two Httitl.l"OHU ItHTNTy. ......... .P". .'rMtflI! FMWttlttGLADYS / _ _ !!!..!!! V, "' ,V 11. "' ,.

prevau, Carol '
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson Mr and Mrs. Wilbur Grooms Miss Debra Johns Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. George r -- 1 MoKl.nney anti I Diane Thomas.
and Mrs. Mark Moody and and family, and Lt. Com. and\ friends at Satellite Beach. Orlando Powell and daughters c'j --r- T Walter and Carol >
daughter Connie spent last Mrs. David EpplIng and son and. Winter Park this I Wednesday for their home -v-----1'A-----r- were voted
week at Salt Springs. of Jacksonville were July .4 week. Roseburg, Ore .after a week's --__ r- -- --ri campers the outstanding from Bradford.boy and glEJ, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Harry Rabb. of Tampa formerly visit with his slater. Mrs. h-' by a majority vote County of ,
gave a birthday dinner on Adams at KIngsley Lake. John of Starke is spending Mary Lappe and aunt, Mrs. J. -r-J L- .- Wrr.1P members in camp. Dl&ne 4-a
July 4 at their Kingsley Lake Adams of the University of .several days in Starke this H. Fields. selected the outstanding wni\
MOOTY cottage for MaJ. V. J. Speng- Georgia was also home for the week, while on vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Lavern OUt- . cabin leader by the 4-H leader girt
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Phone 964-7608 ler. Also attending with the weekend.Mr. < local admittances to Brad- law and sons have returned r and guests. Walter was alijo
Spengler family were Mr. and I and Mrs. Keith Oilling- fond:! County Hospital this week from a nine days tour of chosen Council
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I Mrs. R. L. Spengler of St. ham and family of Jackson- Include: Willie festers Mrs. South Florida.Mr. and served In ,this
Major and Mrs. Vernon Mr. and Mrs Vernon Silcox Augustine.Lt. ville spent last Wednesday to Thelma! Johns Robert> Cooper and Mrs C. L. Dlnklns r throughout capacity,'
Glenn and daughter. Gayle, visited Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Douglas Seymour left I Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mr*. Lottie Addison, Gearre P. M. Barefoot( and Miss Sara camp. ,
who have been stationed in Biggs in Orlando over the Sunday for further duty In Guy Sale at Kingsley Lake. Canova George Smith. Barefoot scent Wednesday tc Bradfard County honor cabin
Japan the past two andi a weekend. Fort Benning, Ga. after 30'( Mrs. E. F. Miles was visitIng Vasco;: Forsyth and Mrs. Joyce Friday! In Clearwater with memfcers:: were Walter Prevail!.
half years, are visiting Mr. Miss Margie Dowling of Pa- days leave. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Den Wlndhnrn/ of Starke; Earlie friends and relatives.Mr. Randall Zipperer, zack EiU-'
and Mrs. W. F. Glenn Sr. for latka was home for the .week- Attending a barbecue dinner nard In Palatka last Wednes- Padgett and Mack Grlffls of and Mrs Forrest Mor I -I wards, Kimbo Forsyth, Debbie'
two weeks .while Major GlennIs end.Miss, at the home of Mrs. Beu- day and Thursday.Mr. L&wtey; David Lee o>f Lake neon of Indianapolis, nil. anf. Faulkner Sarah East. OUJ.
attending school at Eglin Janet Hardy of the lah Norman in Lawtey on the and Mrs. Charles Law- Bauer!! ; Mrs. Martha Crews of Mrs. George Monroe and children er ca-mprs were David Eumci"
AFB. After their leave Major University of Georgia, and Fourth were Mrs. Marie Wilson son and children of Tallahassee Hampton! and Alfred Comeau of Los Angeles, Calif. are Jerry Redding, Dale Traylof,
Glenn will report to Saigonfor Miss Jayne Hardy of Tilt College Mrs Madeline Roberts) visited Mr. and: Mrs. II. of Brooker. visiting, MT. and Mrs. Henrj Gary Prevatt,. Roger Redding;
a year's further duty, and were home for the week- Gerald Meng; Eugene Men !',
Mrs. Joy Norman, Qerrl Ron-i A. Lawson last Thursday Morrison this week.
Jerome Johns was in Orlando Kim
Mrs. Glenn and daughter will end.Mr. des Larry Williams. Diane, while enroute to the Panama Friday and Saturday attending Mrs. D. N. Denmark of 23 Bradford 4-H'ers Attend Thompson Nancy Lee Johns, Irlta, Sally
Meng. Craw
- return to their home In Shreveport and Mrs. J. H. DuPre Thomas, and Brenda Williams Canal Zone for a week's visit the Gator Frelghtway Jacksonville was visiting her Edwards
Susan and
: La. visited Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy and with friends.Mr. sales meeting.Mr. sister Mrs. A. Russell Norman ford Kellr
U Mr. andwMrs. ,J, M. Sewell Portain and family at Atlantic daughter, Jane of Gainesvilleare and Mrs. M. C. Wells and Mrs. L. C. Adams la.st Friday. Annual At LakeTwenty Richards.
S of Decatur. Ga. were Thursday Beach on the Fourth. Camp Cherry Camping with' Bradford
spending the month at and family had as weekend were visiting their son and Sgt. and Mrs. Gene Pass. I .
: Baker and
\ to of Mr. Mrs. bounty:
Sunday guests Randal Chitty and the Adkins cottage on Kings- guests Mrs. Charlie Parker daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. have returned to Fort Gordon.
U and Mrs. Bill Graham.Mr children were in Lakeland ley Lake. Visiting them for of and E. : Total Campers were
and children Cocoa week's visit with
M. P. Oa. after a
Flynn and sons, Sean and
three 4-H members camp and cabin clean-up 17 4-H members, 4 adult lea*.
: Howe
tytra. George GA. M. F.
and. Sunday visiting
ten days are Mrs. Guy'* sis P. Bitter of Hamlet.' N. C. and Scott., in Jacksonville on their mothers Mrs. Elise Pass crafts
. from Bradford County enjoyed classes in swimming and 6 extension
of Poplar Grove 11ll. and Chltty who was in the hospital ers agents. "j
; ter. Mrs. B. A. Pope Jr. and Dale Johns returned Sun- Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Betty Crawford.Mr. folk
: Mrs. Earl Garrison of Hayes- ant\ Mrs. Chitty. a full week of camping at safety, recreation and 4-H Camp is the highlight or,
daugher Mary Lois of Norfolk day' after attending: a golf and Mrs. F T. HogueSr.
S vllle. N. C. were Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wilson Va. camp in Plnehurse N. C. for and Mrs. Bob Harris have. had as visitors Mrs Cherry Lake. 4H Camp near games. a year of project work anti;
and family of Jacksonville Madison June 24-28. devoted
overnight guests of Mr and:! and Leila Afternoons were club meetings for 4-H members
: son Jerry, Mrs. Sue Hurst of Birmingham,; three weeks. Mildred. Felton of Dayton
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morning: activities Included cabin and council meetings,
Mrs. J. H. DuPre. Flume of between 10 and 14 of :
and years
S Randy Lyons Ala. spent several days with QM3] James Talley of the Beach on July Fourth and Mr age?
S Mr. and Mrs. M. J Dyal of Kings Mountain N. C. were Sally Lawson. I USS Forrestal left Saturday Jerome Johns on Crystal Lake and Mrs. Floyd McFadden of recreation and sports and a For many, this is the fir(
: Delray"Beach were visiting visiting Mrs. F. F. Flume last Mr. and Mrs. John P. JUdd for Coronado. Calif for two from. Wednesday. to Sunday.Mr. Atlanta. Oa., and Mr. an.<.' Mrs. B. S. Outlaw Jr. and free .swimming period under time to be away from home tat
Mrs. T. D .Dyal from Sundayto and Mr Henry Stefan Glen, of Melbourne were the supervision of a qualified length of
a week.Mr. and children of Macon. Ga, weeks training before gointr elli returned from ten Mrs. T. F. Hogue Jr. of Jack- lIOn !any time."r
: Tuesday. and Mrs. Gene Shaw were weekend guests of Mr. on to Vietnam. sonvlle on Saturday.Mr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lavern life guard.
a Mrs. H. P. Moye and< Mr. viBiteji\ : Mr. and Mrs. John and 1 Mrs. David Lawson.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Haddockand days relatives visit in with friends. and and Mrs. Robert L Outlaw last week. Glen remained evening programs included HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH f
a and Mrs. John Brinkley of Kopelousos In Birmingham, Pennsylvania.Mr. for two weeks visit. a costume contest talent show '
and Mrs. C. W. Cogdlll daughter. Phyllis. Mrs. and Mrs. Clvde Terwlllegal' Brown and Mrs. Lucille (Highway 100 at Thereaaa].
: Orlando were last Tuesday Ala. last week. They brought have returned from a week'svacation Albert Willliams, and Mrs. R. Hornaby have returned from a Weekend guests of Mr. and and skits by each cabIn' to
Jr attended
a overnight guests of Mr. and back little Katherine Kopel- In North Carolina L. Thomas were In Klngsland the Daytona two weeks visit with the lat- Mrs. C. L. Dlnklns and P. M. carry out the camp theme of Training Union-6:30: p. n\
500 at .
Mrs. a 8. Newcomb. ou os for a short visit. and Tennessee. I Ga. Saturday to attend the Daytona Beach on JulyFourth ter's son\ Edwin L. Hornsby Barefoot were Mr. and Mrs. "Gay Nineties at Cherry Morning Worship-11 a. m(
where Mrs. Terwllle-
Lake." The highlight of camp Sunday School-10 a. m.
Horn Stalling and family
of Nathan Harry
funeral gar's cousin Cale and. family In Sacramento .
__ Mr and Mrs. J. G. Holton won the race. The Yarborough Terwillegarsalso Calif. While in the West they and Mrs. Bobby Allen of Gainesville was a candle lighting cere- I Evening Worship-7:15: p. in.
weekend In Tifton. Miss Sara. Barefoot mony on Thursday evening. Wednesday Night Prays
Get these spent the ) met Semon E. Knudsen. toured points of Interest including and:! '
Oa. where th'y took Mrs. Hoi- president of the Ford Motor Lake Tahoe, Nev. of Jacksonville. Outstanding campers from Servces-7:30: p. m. Rev. Mety.
: early birdsavings ton's mother. Mrs. W T. Jordan / Co. while there. I Bradford County were Walter],I-Packham, pastor _,. -
to visit Mr. and Mrs. R. -
I \I rit.rl3A: L. Whiddon. IIJ- P-_ --- -Tm

: \VkA.LA AS LITTLE AS 50c Beth Mrs.Wimberly.Nelson Mr Green.and Mrs.Mrs. I ---

: HOLDS TILL FALL Don Hardenbrook. and Mr. '
a ____,_. I and Mrs. J. B. Bakken Jr.

I ; ILAYAWAY! and Fourth and .their family and a.t Mrs.children St.of Augustine.Mr. O.Indianapolis.S.spent Roberts. the\ TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

Ind. arrived Thursday for two
weeks visit with Mrs. Roberts'
mother, Mrs. Lola Johnson
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry God-

I win.Mrs.. LUcite DaVis spent the

weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Hundreds of Dollars
H. G. Davis Jr. In Gainesville tit
Mrs. George B. Flynn sr.
and Mrs. O. J. PhllUpa Jr.
and daughter Cheryl Anne,
J 4t BLAN KETSa spent Thursday to Saturdayat
Fort Walton Beach with

; Mr.Jr. and and: family.Mrs. Richard G. Kktd) ftw

Mrs. Ethel Avenger and Mrs.
Viola Lee of Mobile Ala., and
: 'z Mrs. Bessie Faxon of Gainesville -
were first of the week
: visitors of Mrs. Vergle Flynn. _
: Hal Goldvrtre has returnedto
his home In Lynchburg

P The WITHOUT WEIGHT thermal Va.weeks. after and with Mrs.spending his Gilbert grandparents.Mr. several Gold-. Our

amazing new wire. He was accompaniedhome During Anniversary Sale!
: weave process ads almost by Mr. Ooldwire. who

like a built-in thermostat. spent several days with Hal's
: Keeps cool In the summer parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray

. and extra warm in winter. GolSwlre before returning i -
Come see these beautiful home. -
: new warmth without John B. Wager of Starke.
: blankets. received a Bachelor of at Arts the s NEW AND 1
. degree first annual in philosophy commencement USED CARS AND

.. exercises of Florida Atlantic

... University month.Edna Stefanelli at Boca of Raton Ocala last Is '' I-tX TRUCKS TO' SELECT FROM

S visiting her grandparents, Mr. I''

LADY PEPPERELL and Mrs. Henry Setfanelll this I __ _
.. week.Mrs. 'F
M R. Sanders and _
: daughter Mrs. Douglas Imliansoent
the week with relativesIn
I Thermal Blanket Clearwater.Mr. -
and Mrs. Michael O'
,. Brien of Winchester. Va. have -

; 55% rayon 45% nylon! thermal and been Mrs.visiting T. H.her Blade parents, the past Mr.

: weave that's cool in summer, warmerin week.
. ; winter. Resists shedding and pilling Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Danaby
: bound in 100% nylon. White, pink $499 visited Mrs. Marvin Andrews NEW 1968 MUSTANGS NEW 1968 TORINO
In Ozark. Ala. over the week
blue gold! green. A perfect gift.; only end.Freeman /
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: SOc DOWN- Athens for the College.weekend.Ala. was home I )

Mrs. Thelma Mendoza and
Miss Gloria Johns of Jackson-
sonvllle were visiting Mrs. S2695
Carrie Bitch and Miss Annie S2345
Darby on Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. George C.
Powell and two daughters of
.. Roeeburg. Ore., Mrs. J. H.
Fields and Mrs. Mary Lappe
and daughter. iCathy, 'visited
Mrs. Harold Ford In the hospital
in Cocoa on Friday and 14 TO CHOOSE FROM AUTOMATIC, RADIO,

Saturday.Mrs. : WHITE TIRES C1S28
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Levon Andrews and
children returned last Tuesday -
: Check ihis Selection from three weeks visit
Big -
.. with Mr$. Andrew's mother,
Mrs. J. D. Neill l and family In NEW 1968 S
:: of Famous Names Independence, Mo.\
Mrs. J. L. Sttth and daugh I
of" ter Terry of VaJ4 It.a, Ga.
: BEACON THERMAL -- $ A 99 were rlstUng her" parent Mr. Ford I !
and'Mrs. L. F. Dinkina last Pick-Up
: Rayon-nylon-cotton blend treated f 0 reduce shedding? : bound Monday. to Thursday.

: with 100% acetate. 72x90 TIm Thompson and Jimmy

: LADY PEPPERELL THERMAL Yawn are Mending Boys 4_

: Beautiful rose pattern with patented nap 'guard finish to $599 State at TallahMwe ttito week.

::: resist shedding and pilling. 72x90. Color choices. 'f boys Charles to Schaeffer TallahajMe: carried Sunday the 12 TO CHOOSE FROM U

CANNON PLAID THERMAL *&;;#- remaining until Tuesday. He
Warm In; winter and cool in summer rayon.nylonJ $599 will retun for them Friday.
Frank WUttatne County
with 100% acetate satin L
a : binding. 72x90. r Director of CltQ Defense. and

a MORGAN-JONES TEX-AIRE City Clerk Mfetrttl\ Edward

: 100% Acrylic with all-nylon binding mothproof are attending a workshop & WITH CLYDE TODAY
nonallergenic. -: l$599 seminar in Asrwtn, N. C. $ AND SAVE
: 72x90. Choose from decorator colors. r from Saturday to Wetoesd.y. I
: 'FAIRFAX THERMAL Mr. and Mrs. jr. it Weldonof

: Multi-color floral pattern In blend of rayon and nylon by' $599 Oia d ly Jacksonville Weldon spent and Mrs.the Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and Union Counties !

Westpoinr PeppereU..a fabulous buy ) weekend at their co ate on .
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Mrs. Long HostessAt Slade Home Scene Hodges-Waters KOTAKY SEEK! FILM Governor would pay M:*' official
7 \ I '\
Coffee For ; Of Dinner Party ON: TURKEY POINTA visit to -the Starke club next

Mr. and Mrs. Herman F. Wednesday
color film, "Out of the
Karen Eubanks For Miss EubanksMr. Hodges of Lake Butler' announce "
Li the engagement! of their Rotary Club
Wednesday toy
Mrs. T. T. Long entertainedat and' Mrs. T. H. Sladuentertained daughter Jean to Mr. Ted F. J. H. DuPre telling the storyof Sunday Services: Sunday

GLADYS MOOTY a "coffee" Saturday morn at a dinner party Waters son of Mr. and Mrs. Turkey Point, zo: miles be- School 9:43: a. m. Morning

ing at her home on Washing Saturday evening honoring L. V Waters of Lake Butler. low Miami' ''where the Florida Worship, 10:45: a. m. Evening
Phone 964-7608 ton Street honoring: Miss Ka. Miss\ Karen Embanks, ''bride- The wedding, will bo an eventof Power & Light Co. converted i Service, 7:30: p. m. Midweek

ren Embanks of Chattahoochee, elect. July 23 at 8 p.m. at the a mangrove( swamp into, the ,, Service Wednesday. 7:15: p.
---- -- finance of. David Long. Enjoying! the affair were Mr. Johnstown Baptist Church. I| 'site of a nationally recognized m.Charles Reese minister.

1 Mrsi Jiohirj) MINer received ; ;. and.lrs: Paul Eubanks of All relatives Dud\ friends are plant and recreation: facility.) .
Chattahoochee, Dave of I Manual
Long Invited
: guests at the door, and Mrs. to attemi.! I President B. F. Mizell, Jr. TYPEWRITERS:
Slade presented them to the 01'18ndofJ': and Mrs. Michael I announced that the District I Llectrlc. For sale or rent. -
O'Brien of Winchester, Va.Mr.
receiving line composed of Mm. 1 Bradford County Telegraph.
and. Mrs. Robert Turner otStn.te
; Long, Miss:;! Eubanks, and her
w Farm and Col. and Mrs.T. .
mother Mrs. Paul Eubanks.
e 3t The. line stood In T. Long.
i 1 1SSJ j front of the mantel. which held IS The hosts. presented the 'honoree -
with several pieces of her
two line arrangements on either ,
chosen silver pattern, as a memento I
I end consisting' of pink of the occasion.. Cd ,
Friendship gladioli and white
:Miss Eubanks wo. compli- :
mums and centered by a Dresden -
I figurine : Hitchcock-Hines mented at a luncheon Saturday DurranceHicksMr. I
In the Pecan Room of the
The dining room table, over- DURING OUR
Engagement ToldThe Garden ]Restaurant' given by and Mrs. R. V. Durrance
laid with an Imported: white
Mrs L. D. Vlning. announce the engagement of
cloth with
linen embroidered
engagement and approaching Mixed summer flowers In an ,their daughter, Linda Ann to r
lace centered
Insets of Alencon was
marriage of Miss\ attractive arrangement centered Sanford Glenn Hicks, son of
bowl hold-
with a silver
arrangment, of pink, hy- Cathy Jo Hitchcock to Lloyd I the dining, table. Place Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Hicks, all of ?
Ing an Ernest Hines Jr. U announced cards marked the. seating arc Starke.
and miniature white
drangeas Mrs. Charles Sawyer I ''by 'the ''bride-elect's parents, :Mr. c rangement for the ten guests: The wedding will be an event

r r gladioli., O'Brien and ;Mrs. Joseph B. Hitchcock. I:Mrs.:\ Paul! Embanks mother ot of next summer, date ,to be an-
and Mrs. Michael pour-
Parents of the 'bridegroomtobe the brlde-olect Mrs. T. T. Long nounced later.
ed coffee at one end of the
'1 ,) t,, f Dun- are Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd K-VJV- Mrs. T. H. Slade. Mrs. Char- i LADIES ,., ONE GROUP
table, and Miss Margaret
est Hines Sr. of Lake City. les Sawyer Mrs. Michael
can and Mrs., Bryant Carroll The bride-elect Is a graduateof O'Brien of Winchester, Va., Mary BollingerWill : HATS :
at the silver punch
presided bowl, holding iced coffee, at Bradford High School and Mrs. Albert! Sawyer of Jacksonville Present LADIES DRESSES
will receive her Associate of Mrs. Gus KopeloUHoa, I
the other end of the table OthI -
,I i er appointments' on the talble Arts degree from Lake City Mrs. Bob Ferguson and the Piano Recital j I Values to $8.00CLEARANCE '
Junlon College on July 28. honoree.
| were of silver. Mnry Bollinger, a senior,
!Mr. Hines, a graduate from
s I' Assisting in serving were Columbia High School attended Shower Given music student at William Caiey''IICo1JeA'e : "v
I Mrs. E. U Matthews Mrs. Bob
Hattiesburg, MIHR.I'will |
Lake City Junior College for
W Ferguson, Mrs. Robert Turner, one year before transferring ,to For Mrs. ReddishMrs. present a piano recital at i

:1 ,r. and Mrs. Eve Baldwin. I Florida State University. He 8 pm.. Monday, July 8, In ,

Miss Kathleen Thomas Becomes Bride Out-of-town guests Jr. were Miss will begin his junior year in John Arthur Reddish Thomas Fine Arts auditoriumon I
Mrs. A. L. Summers the fall. was honored with a stork shower ,the rampm. I $1 SUb11IEItHANDBAGS

Of James W. McNeely In St. Mark'sSt. Diane Firth, Miss Gall Sum-Mrs. A July 20 wedding Is plan- << Tuesday night in the Christian Miss' Bollinger will Ibe presented .
Pam Summers
mers, II ned for 6:30: p. m. at the (Church fellowship hall. from the studio of Dr.
B. S. Carroll '''Sr., Mrs. B. S. John isiniclalr. Is the
KJ She
Hostesses were Mrs Pie-
Mark's Episcopal Churchwas with a white cymbidium or- Robert Florida State Prison Employees -
Carroll Jr.? and Mrs. Club vatt, Mrs 1:. M. Prevatt, :Mrs![ daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. ,
the Kathleen? ,/wed chid corsage. Hawkins of Jacksonville; :Mrs. Roll' Mrs. G. Bollinger, of Starke, and !
Smith, Charles Zip-
mother of All friends and relatives are
ding .of Miss Mrs. McNeely Lauder- i
lona Sheall of Fort Mrs. Charles Reese,:Mrs. will graduate from William 1-3 OFF
I lniV1t'C, '! to attend. perer fl
Thomas daughter of Mr: and the groom, was attired in a John ]'f. Howard ,
Mrs in
dale; Harold Waters, Mrs. Glenn Carey August with a bach
Mrs. Herbert M. Thomas 1 to nylon two-piece suit with ,
pink Howard .
.. and Mrs. John M.
.dr. I Moore Mrs. Gerald Grlffls,1\I's.[ elor 'of' music "degree in music
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James Wilson McNeely of which she wore a white cym- Fred Norton '
Lake Butler; Mrs. Family l '
Jr. of Robert Maxwell, Airs. Jim education. Ladies' & Juniors % ;
Lake City son of Mr. aDd bidium orchid corsage.A Mrs. W. !
Guy Miss Jane Guy Holds ReunionThe Faulkner and Mrs. L. Li Full- UVlIRII. Bollinger 1 b a 1964 ,
Mrs. Jesse Wilson McNeey of reception was held In the Miss Anne Long, and
N. Long wood. ) graduate
Anacoco La. atU rda Parish Hall where the fire- ofGainesville I Bradford HighSchool
on / Y Pickering
Mrs. :Michael family of Mrs. Trudy A pink I Rn June 22, at 5 p. Mtth'1.ev. place was banked with clus- ; and Mrs. Michael Holt Norton held a reunion on the refreshment' table Rtun<,IIgstlldt'nt dining her : F o
Fred O. Yerkes performing the ters of lilac mums, flankedby Va.
O'Brien of Winchester July 4 at the home of Mr. and and WIts entered with n blue four years at Willlum Carey. J!
nuptials Peter Novak was the brass candelabra holding Mrs. Long presented the honoree Mrs. Frank Johnson on\ Silver ceramic! 'te
Crucifer lilac candles. with corsage of delicate Lake. rruun, },e m'nt of white gladioli. Music Award as' voted nit l +
Mrs. L. A. Canova, organist.' Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and! Mrs. pink carnations and a princess Mrs.. Norton, who will be 73 The jiiinrh> ') howl lit one end! of by thfe entire fnru'ly;% !' 'l>f the 1\\ ? SKIRTS a : 'j

played the traditional wedding P. O. Felos greeted guests at ring as a memento of the occa- On> ,her -next blilhd.iy, Auyn ..1 the table' < was fiiciirlfd wit h 8<'hool. She Is also a memberof

processional! and recessional, the door and presented them; ilon. ',,110, has nine' living hUilrcli, u KM\ 11.1 nil.. i ur fern anil pink, li- I Oi-Jta;! Omicron, international BLOUSES -
and accompanied Gerald,Wll to the receiving line composedof Seventy-five frlen'1 fc called i: und! seven of them were with lies. I inu'iic, fraternity, and received

Hams, soloist, who'sang "The the bride and groom, their between the appointed, 'hours, her on this ocroolon. Slip also Approximately, fiO) guests enJoyed the Star of Delta Omicron -' SMELLS[ (

Wedding Prayer." parents and attendants.The 10:30: to 12:30: o'clock.} ( has 35 grandchildren; ..-- 21 of I the occasion.Breakfast Award She' nerved thisirgunlxatlon

Decorating the aWlrtf.we'e} bride's table was cover- them present" \ at the reunion -- \ na first vice preMe.nl '*-

arrangements of.lara r- wnl'ler ed with an embroidered': linen and 15 Kreut-giaiiUi-hlklren, all Given |111 I\6.117!((\ and] u>J pl'elll-1 II 3

mums, gladioli and! pompoms;. and lace cloth centered witha 4 City Streets of whom 'were pi e..e.nt.. dent t .during. the llt7-08!,; school
" 3 and white satin bows marked four-tiered wedding cake The reunion. U 'held annually For Fr. Fitzgibbon year Il 1 A

1 the family pews. which was encircled, with a on the 4th of July at the j

__ 1 John B. Rule served M best net ruffle and ivy. Planking May Be PavedPaving Johnson home,,, Members of.jatEdward's, A. ,111. It w4 M
.u\ churc1'l''hb'tlOred''
man. *!a"nd the" ushers were the cake were lilac candles in KnJoylng: this occasion with Catholic Father f/f

Bruce McNeely, brother of the silver candelabra decorated thn honor guest were the following Joseph' Fitzgibbon, CS THE BRADFORD TALBOTT

groom, and James Bonn. with net ruffles and' bows of of four city streetsat including their chil- Sp.) with u farewell break- COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Mrs. John E. Rule attended lilac satin ribbon. Mints were an estimated $16OOO() )( was dit-n: Mr. and! Mrs. Richard fast Sunday in the Parish

the bride as matron 'of honor. served in heirloom cut glass discussed for Inclusion( !, in the Muched.i' Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hull after morning services. Published every Thursday: SPORTSWEAR
dishes. Cutting the cake were l-'utlier FiURibbon.:: who has at 138 W. Cau St.,
and honor attendants were Council's 1968-69 ,budget duringa Ithrxli'n] Mr. and Mrs. Tom-
Mrs. A C. Brothers and Mrs. Misses Candy Wood burn and special session Monday night, my Hhuilen Curl Nm.Wn. Mr. been assisting Father Edward. Starke, Fla. 82091 1c111'

Daniel Alvarez. They were Sherry Lewis. July 8.Councilman. and Mrs. d. L. Norton Mr. KirbY, pastor, for the past Second class postage paid '

gowned! alike In floor-length The punch table was cover- :Nell Tucker suggested and :Mr: *. James Williams, Mr. nine months will return to'' at Starke, Fla. 1-3 OFF

A-line sheaths of lilac organza ed with a cloth matching the !! that 1,000 feet of paving and Mrs. A. R Selbert Mr. and his Mission in Blafray, East' Subscription Rates:
over crepe featuring round bride's table and the punch be planned for North streetIn Mis. J. C. Hartley Mr. and Nlgera, in In about ten days.I I

neckline and bell-shaped long bowl was encircled with Ivy. Reno from Oak Street to theOld Mrs. M. C. Harley; also Mary Randlne ChUmi gave the In trade area: $4.00 per

sleeves. They wore matching Pouring punch were Mrs. Os- Lawtey Road, and 1,300 Lee Hartley, Steve, Moody, farewell speech and Mike Gil- ;year; J2.23: six months.

bows of taffeta and ma line in car Davis, and Mrs. R. L. C. feet on Estelle Street \in Reno, Lynda Hickman, and Keith: and I liooly presented Father FHz- Outside / Clearance on All
their hair, and carried cascade Thomas anti:! Mrs. C. M Fowler from the Old Lawtey Road tots Celeste Sallas, all of Jacksonville gibbon with a gift from the trade area: ,4.50
bouquets of miniature lilac, aunts of the bride. Mrs. end. ; Lamar Johnson' of Law :I parishioners of Bt Kdward's.'' per year; ; $2.5O six months /71

Fuji mums with Ivy andstre'amers ff. M. Goethe, great-aunt of Two 'brick streets Cherryand tey; Mrs. Minnie Norton, Miami I PAYROLL ENVELOPES:'\ (c E. Ik :Matthews, editor and //BATHINGSUITS-1-3 OFF

of narrow satin bride, kept the bride's book. Walnut Utilities Supt. Oscar ; Carl Murphy Baptist I I with er without carbon flat-" publish
ribbon. Assisting in serving were ,Davis told the council also Children's Home, 'South Jacksonville L_
Mrs. | Mrs. Carleene Ash-,I Bradford. _County Telenraph. .
Given in marriage by her Mrs. Kenneth Orider need topping and he has plan ;

father, the bride wore a floor- Julian McRae, Mr. George ned that for next year If It can ton, Cheshire, Calif.; Mr. and
length sheath of roAepolnl Winkler, and Mrs. H. C. ibe financed.. Mrs. E. M. Norton and children First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Starke

lace over taffeta, with scoop Brown. I Davis estimated work on the Klnigsley ''Lake; and Mr. DIRECTORS
time four streets at $16,000. and Mrs. Carl Long and sons. 218 North Avenue
neckline and long sleeves that spending some Temple Starke, Florida
came to petal points..*> her with their guests the couple Tucker also suggested that a DOYLE CONNER OFFERING-:

wrists. Her cathedral train of left on a wedding trip to Or- sidewalk Ibe constructed! on Recent BirthsMr. Florida C'oimn. of Agriculture "THE HOUSE OF SAVINGS"s.

illusion fell from her shoulders mond Beach. They are living Pine Street from where the O. DENMARK:
at Touchton's Trailer I present walk ends three blocksto Owner Denmark Furniture C STATEMENT OF CONDITION
ana! was bordered with rose- and Mrs. Phillip Clark Park In Lake City where the I' the RJE High School. .
point lace centered with irid- of Keystone Heights, former
escent bead clusters. Secrlng groom Is employed at the I I' Tucker also suggested ,that I Starke residents, announce the RUBY JOHNS AFTER TilE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30, 1968
Councilman Tom Noun alsoa Entrepreneur PASSBOOKACCOUNTS
her shoulder length veil wasa Aerocraft Corporation. For birth of a daughter, Karen
white miniature flower coronet her wedding' trip the bride member of the Recreation Lynn on July 5 In the Alnrhua EUGENE L. MATTHEWS:

centered with iridescent wore a powder' blue linen Board, see If the Recreation General Hospital GVaiwlpar- Owner I'uMMier. ASSETS LIABILITIES AND NET WORTH

Her only weave dress with white accessorles Department can find funds to ents are Mr. and Mrs. George Bradford County Telegraph
bead orna-
clusters. and a white cymbidium light the playground area at Kaufmann and Mr and Mrs. Mortgage Loans _________'1)13,031,018.83) : : Having Account ...._____$.1,013,067.06Advunrnt ATManaging
ment diamond pendant
was a
orchid corsage the end of Pine Street In Reno. Charles Clark of Keystone: BAS COM F. MIZKLL, JR. All Other Loan _______.... 8,0!>:.Y80) From Federal
necklace gift groom
a handmadelace "I'd like to see all of it, but Heights.. | : ; Officer-First Federal Cash on Hand and In Banks. 3.1.1,831.03. : : Home Lean Bank ....__ 200,000.00C.
and she carried!
: '
we'll have to put it in tenta- C. A. ROBERTSBtiHlnewinian _.....
and linen heirloom hand- Colson-Jones Fixed Assets In Process ---- 01,020.24

kerchief. She carried a white tively," Chairman that Orle funds Wig- Bradford County Hospital Fanner Less Depreciation ....__ 0,007.17 Other Liabilities. ________... ,028.41 4.5 %
said births
gins meaning announces the following :
cascade bouquet of cymbidium Mr. and Mrs. Victor Jones, will have to be allocated for the Mr. and Mrs. Paul Landry, A. J. THOMAS: JH. Deferred Charges: / and General Reserves .. ______ 40,318.00

orchids and stephanotis with, of f Brooker of their announce.the daughter- Vickie marriage work. Starke, a son, Paul Dale, July Attorney Other Assets, ________ 5I.IB8.88 I Surplim _-___...- ____ .. 24.137.11
streamers of white satin ribbon Per Annum
Coundtfmnni McRae
Jean, to Michael Douglas Colon :( Jimmy 7. JOHN A. TOItODE .
and ivy. son of Mrs. Pearl Colsonof also suggested that Frances Mr. and Mrs Mitchell Craw. Owner, T oro d e,0", With Quarterly
Mrs. Thomas chose for her Green Cove Springs. and Myrtle Streets in the frd, Lawtey, a daughter, July $3,316.111,12; $2,356,471.72: Dvldend
daughter's wedding an azure)I Plnehaven area are in bad re- 8.
The marriage took place in
blue A-line cotton lace over I pair. Supt. Oscar Davis says OFFICERS .....
Walterboro S. C., on Saturday, .
., ,
crepe sheath complemented however, the entire Plnehaven
June 8. needs work 'but' that the A. J. THOMAS: Jit.
I four streets might 'be all the Chairman of Board 2

Man'sLUNCH city can handle in one year. Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday BASCOM: F. M1ZKI.L JK. .
Working I The city's fiscal year ends School. 11:00: a. m. Morning I'limldent and Manager

September 30. Departmental Worship. 8:00: p. m. Training Junn! 30, lOflt -- $0 CERTIFICATESAT
budgets are being readied now Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening JOHN A. TOHOI '.

I for study for the new year. Worship. \Ire I'rcnldent and Treasurer June 30, 191'$1( /, ,.)O_?,.In''''2.'1.)

I Wednesday 7:30: Prayer
I {Secretary June 30 1966 $2,127,374.58
CLASP ENVELOPES. all Services. 1st and 3rd Wednes- ,

sizes.- Bradford County Tele- night-7:00: p. m. Family

graph. Night. V" S June 30 1967- $$2,760,04455June30J968S3356.471.72 5.25'oether
K M P 1 L O E -

( than manager) I'er Annum
Meat96c I Steno Notebook, Order Books, ,
etc. Bradford County Tele- TILE SOUTIISIDE NilKO.V:'\ II. UKIJTKKIIJI ] $0000 Minimum

Six Month Maturities

Three Tea Coffee -ST, EDWARD'S CHURCH. .
Vegetables or

SERVED 11:00 A.M. TO 7:00 P.M. i Starke I II Hear We Have Just Paid DividendsAgain
: I Sunday MAM: 9:15: a. m. THE GOSPELOF THOMAS & riRKCK: ( ]
Thursday Mass 6:30: p. m. 3.SECOND
MONDAY THRU SATURDAYTUCK'S I Miraculous Medal No vena: .

Saturday 7 p. m. CHRIST lalnff'lIallt...
Confessions: 5 p. m. and 7, I INCOME
I p. m. 8:30 Sunday Morning MIII.Y IJCK: {WILLIAM: : ACCOUNT

-ST. WILLIAMT3 CHURCH. I \YTXE Radio Dial 1490

Keystone Heights. gtV1861Y.
DRIVE-IN Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. m. Worship Service /1Th

and 4:00!: a. m.Wednesday Sunday 11:00: A.M. Savings Arid) Loan Association 11 M Yl T

: Mass and No-I ,
MANAGED BY I vena, 7 p. m. Bible Study Sunday : _

-ST. MARY'S CHURCH. 18 A.M. and 7 P.M. 9
BILLY MOORE Hacclerkny. 218 North Temple .. 1 Starke t Florida 32091 hcf tappOP
) 3 Mi. South )R US 301
Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m. j_ t

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w flotiton One -P. e Veer BRADFORD _CXUTNTT .TfXKOTtArn: : ", rARK..,. WOWtDK.: .. "lIun nAv, JUIT.IJ.1961t

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t things, within the final draft the state and Its counties to outing to Camp 'BteJtdlng.; 'Unit $24.786 or 37 per cent over CHURCH OF GOD
:: '.CaseyAsks some people could attack. I solve their bwn i problems without will leave into.< Pratt/gifeet Center : Agencies Give this year's $88.362: figure. A 422 N. St. Clair St., Btatke.
refer to1 specific things which turning to the Federal go At 9 .. rb., wll?" return' .,3:3C: (] fifth deputy and a car for Sunday School 10 a. m. Wor-
could be attacked to kill the vernment. p.m... \\\.J' him are expected to be the ship Services 11 a m. and
M 'Office"Funds whole document. Shaw says that the complete gK, Thursday, \. uty118Anual/ {{ New Budget major increases for the she- "7:30': p. m. Prayer Meeting
: "That would be unwise! be- diaft of the proposed constitution trip to see the i Jet play. 'will Vlff to help meet Increasing Friday 7:30: p m.-Rev. L. S.
at 5 !
? overall I think It is a wilt probably be pub- \teaVe P..n. Williams pastor.
cause, duties and services. ,
goal.: ,, document. I just hope lished In the state's newpap- Saturday, fj'aiy 2.o..BPOEwill ( to CommissionFour County Judge T. A. Yawn

:; .Of. Commission. the people will consider it in era. Anyone wishing a com bo 3:30p.: give m.'pantfor L; all\ players 1MEN'S has submitted a $25.055 proposal DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH

.. r Its entirety." plete draft how, however may for the'coming year, alMOst BROOKER
jf The main body of the pro- contact Shaw at his office. SO' f TBALL LEAGUE the same as this year'sexcept' Sunday School. 19 a. m.
..: :Continued prom
,( departmental
Fuse One] budgets '
constitution is 55 i Morning Worship 11
a. m.
posed new HAS GARY faN AND have for an increase in social
so far been
:cold dairy, pages long. It the judiciary NOEOEL'3 'TIED FORt the submitted to : security'payments for his Training Union. 8:30: p. m.
:: .t: "(Pwsonaliy,>when the'court- article and the local government Courthouse LA LEAD / ''preparation County' Commission in employees; Evening Service r':3Q.l: Rev.
II 'holla* gets along and we 'seen article will be voted on li J for the new fiscal .Te.Recrgatfon. Departmenthas Lacy Conway pastor.. ,,
year to begin Oct. 1. "
tilt cost of furniture If there la separately In the November With ,I inly two Weeks left submitted a $9,160 pro-
:: $30,000 tot I'd be glad to help general election. The election Contract on the r thedule Garden and Sheriff P. D. Reddish' has' posal, almost three times the
.u the schools," the chairman con- article was set as a separate I SignedtContlnued Noegrel's 'are' engaged! In their submitted a $113,148 spending $3,442.12 It has received for
annual* bill for 1988-69, an Increase of
attle for 'the l
II blude. the ballot but after league Recreation
item on : ,, the past three years. -
: Commissioner Buck Norman the house turned down the From Page One champlc }:shIp.) : Director Gene Rayburn
II bald that as far as he Is concerned controversial voting age of 19 // SCHEDULEThur indicated last Wednesday July

.':: Commission "told It may be included In the Trlest was $26,026 below the r 1>.y, July 11-7:30: 2., he fully expects the Commission
.;; you '-9 months' ago we'd help main document. nearest bidder, Brown Con'Itruction Vs.1 Bro ker; 9:00: Hamp property has ,been removed;' I ,to,use a cutting knife
:':' ybu When the courthouse Is f In- strong''' points in the new Co. Gainesville, at Noegel. the attorney said the propertyIs on the proposal but asked at

.:: ilhed. That',where it stands." constitution Rep. Shaw pointsto $764,160. July 16-7:30: assessed at $7.200 but, estimates least a two cent Increase from
.. Jessie Chastain The Commission is pleased its value at $3,900. A
Commissioner decar-
are the stregthened Trl4At vs; Noegel; 9:00: Hamp "an ego standpoint so I can
:: Indicated, agreement tlon rights anji:!' the fact that with the Triest contract price. Owens. second Boree lot now aasess- ,we got an Increase for the
.w TheSchool Board staff Is M'I d at $1,500 wltha house<< valuedby say
the new document will, enable July 13-7:30: Gar :time."
'II c4.tt. fM. -Casey natd, 'addingthat ., L / Hampton; 9:00: Owens Thomas at only $200 with- fir,But JRaytourn congratulated -
.:: It k) "extremely difficult vs. ,Brooker.Wednesday.. out the building. Commission for participating Ask
'11 to oprate efficiently Hvith staft Denied a petition by another t.he"
/ < July IT-7:30T :
In. the recreation program
' '" scattered. ,We're all elected RECREATION NEWS resident who 40
owns of
lest vs. Garden; 9:00: No and said Bradford Is CharleyE.
N officiate. I Assumed', \e* would. g $1 vs. Brooker, land assessed at ".000. but of the few counties
'" bo hoUSed." one very
who did not sign an agrlculitural '
' / tn the southeast to do so.J1e .
;,, County Clerk 1 Charles Darby I > 'classification form.
m bald thore Is approximately TINY TOTS an entry of:10 teams will rep- county ,now has the finest
Sitting the
/Timber Tax as Agricultural)
, ."I $760,000 of the Commission's PLAN A TRIP resent Starke, St. Augustine / Zoning Board the Commission budget facilities' and person- Johns
; It million l left, but architects Gainesville ,Cross. City, Lake : ,nel In the state Rayburn said-
This week Tiny Tots launched Butler 'and Lake City. The Library Board members have
tees and extra'snot
furnlturet amy 'Denied' reclassification
""s anticipated-'now will have a annual program Parent preparing Night held for tourney to, be played at WestSide Pleas RejectedContinued J. W. Ellis who has a nursery .requested, .. another $15.000)' About this question:
their Monday,
Park, will begin Mrs. told
to com: from that: Darby) said with year.; >Turlel Norman
4.400 plants on Paradise'''
.lie doubts there ,wlll.be' $30,000 the last evening of each sum- July 22: and, will go through .At. Lake in the Keystone Area the; Board theyhave- found "I want'my' boat and mo-
left mer program. Sunday July 28. ({ From On] thellbrgryScan;:\ operate ade-
over. Pag !Ellis!: said hIS tor covered by insurance
assessment has
Thursday July 11, the twill havea I
well: assumed{ The men's tourney quately that figure plus
we on
had VI, a pretty g6ntlemC lI\I'a agreement will go to the Library to field of 16 entries representing Legion Post 56 Installs / ty. the Nelson Blocker tre.ct.'sold jumped from $900 in 1D62 to federal matching monies and against loss theft or dam
hear story. Pailatka i $19,500' :now.: he has' a home age.. What's more impor-
a cowboy
n over the:ptot 4 1-2 years) ." Starke Lake City : for $207 per acre "If we _without the assistance of the
1 Friday July 12, they will Cross. City Gainesville Lake assessed at 'that you'd be 'paying 770' feet on the lake and 39.7 which tang' is to protect myself
New from
- caseY began. Officers At Santa Fe Region
8 to visit Six Banquet ; ; acres of black jack oak land. I
leave at
a. m. from
-t "TOm-,"-1. .think something Butler and St.: Augustine This 'two or three times the ; !tIe> county dropped Itself a a damage suit for
will 'be done," Chairman Shu- Gun Territory. Parents of all tourney starts Monday, JulyS I I present rate," Johns 'said. I I Declined to redasstty as I ago. thousands of dollars "if I
ford said. children. who have been participating and will go through Sunday, Joseph A. Ol sy right] was I en: Prank Williams, 2nd'Vice/ McCarthy also commentedon !agriculture land one acre own- year AH Mrs. Norman asked was ran into a swimmer, or'another -
' In the program should August 4. Installed as Commander of Commander; Kenneth Or Ider how friendly the ed by John Thomas on' Bed-
"I appreciate even that much tnreeyearsuit that some funds be put asideto boat and seriously injured -
see that that child wears cool JonesdanglordWhite( Post Finance Officer; John Orew. Container is now Appealing I' ford Lake. Thomas said he
encouragement now Casey.. BEGGS GULF TRMS go toward a new library someone. Can
clothing brings a bag lunch has 100 pine trees planted'an your
slid. 56 American Legion at a ban- Historian; Albert Foster SergeantatArtns has been. He: Mid he In few She
and ,to rest on. They CONNER INSURANCE! the acre and It building a ,years. agency insure my boat
something thought might
in Albert
held night
Casey bold the Commission quet Tuesday : {( Lee hopes the coMeet'witlt the said the idea of renovating the .
several times during !Che discussion will return to the Pratt St. r t. Colonial florist and Beggs Holiday Inn. Presenting the Crosby, Post Service ('_fleer; county (Jan remain friendlyand Qualify: t.he' Board said It old Florida Bank has been motor, and my liability

: ha know everybody Center between 2.30:' and 3:00: Gulf continue to battle: for second gavel to the new CommanderIs and X M. Smith Char y' lain.: that relationships betweenthe would take about 700 trees. liven; up because a new building *.
!lavished,Ae would L"jU6t leave." p. m. place In the Women's Softball Department Sergeant-at- Commander Olssy arinounc- timber firm and county The Board of Eaualfeatloa be built with the .
can .
1-1. departed. with ,that. com-. LATE SUMMER: League (but Beggs: took Arms Charles Schaefer. who ed the appointment of>; Frank will remain friendly no mat- also adopted Assessor Long's amount of local funds Charley E. Johns
m!nt. SOFTBALL, LEAGUE a giant step forward by defeating served' as Installing officer. Williams as Post AdJ Iltant. ter how the suit is finally decided 1968 tax roll( Of $M. 96,6M Lame plus federal matching monies. //, Agency
league leading and previously Other new officers installedat Wives and dates and 'several which Includes $44.211,330 of .
not +t.31S.
The Starke Recreation Dept. undefeated Conner In this time! were: Charles special guest enJoj;"'M'' this Judge Yawn, who Is defend taxable property,an Increaseof The Commission has ,. Walnut St. :
New Constitution will make an effort to form a surance. Schaefer 1st Vice Commanded event with the Leglr inalres. I ing the county very ably according $1,490,300 over 1967 taxable acted on any of the budget re PHONE 964-5070 '
late summer softball 'league for Colonial Avon. its third game to McCarthy' also values. quests. ,

the interested area churches. of the year when Kentucky Cocoa 6In their third won the tourney by 'idefeatlng-'\ commented on the friendly atmosphere
Several churches have expressed Fried Chicken: was unable' to game the Garden dropped to Perry 248. i of the suit. I l ..;,
Good d DocumenttContlnued an Interest In such ''a field a team. It was a different the loser's bracket with a 5-4 I Donald Falcon and Larry Commissioner Johns how- I "

program and a meeting will !beheld story for eggs as. they loss In extra Innings to Danla. Hingle of Garden were/ selected ever said that while he appreciates s'at '
at. the Recreation office had to work hard to earn a Now began the long struggleto to the All-star ueam which the friendly: attitudethe Big Savings KOCH'S July Summer
[ From Page' 'One (Old Armory) Monday July victory over' Conner by the work themselves back to was quite an accomplishment two Judicial: adversaries. ,
22, at 8 p. m. to discuss formation score of''76./ The loss was only the winner's 'bracket, knowing when it is considered that the are taking, he does not appre
.. formula for '
Changing the of the league. All the second; one of the season that any loss will eliminate tourney committee1. had better elate the amount of money the III I
distribution taxes
e of gasoline' churches In Bradford county for Conner, and: both have them. than 600 ball players) bo choose suit is costing the county. I I,
,j ''I m Very pleased with the who are Interested! are. invitedto been: to Beggs once iri each Garden eliminated the following from. Timber companies own ,or
final document as welpaased1t
attend. I I
to the
teams semifinals
half. gain lease a total of 73.689 acres or
Rep. Shaw. says.. Each, team ''has only' two : Ft. Lauderdale 13-9, Sa- BPOK ('OI'SNTAM TITLE 37 per cent of all land In the

ed and it will be interesting to 14, Miami 12-7. The 1968 Bantam N t Base- I'' evaluation returnS for 1968 .....

Need.. tractor tires' ? Starke's Junior Boys Baseball see the outcome. Only team between them anda ball season came to Boys a close Container Corp. gave $45 per
team will travel to Lake shot at the Championshipwas
with BPOE finishing in acre as the average value of
Butler Saturday, July 13, to SCHEDULE Perry, who closed the gate the its ,
top spot. acreage/ ; $31,
compete in a' ,tournament .Friday July 12--7:30.: KFCvs. by whipping Garden 128. '
and Oilman
against Lake Butler, and Live Conner; 0.00: Colonial vs. 'Starke people should be very The Police Dept after a win $47. $1.19 STYRENE WIRE HANDLES '
in the play off over Southern In other action as the Board ii'i'
Beggs. proud of the Garden 'boys for
I Oak.Starke will play the winner Monday, July 15-7:30: placing CHEST
We wish to take this : 88c
of the Live' Oak..t.ake. Butler Beggs vs. KFO; 9.00: Colonial best teams we have seen\ assembled oppor- only -
'tunity to thank the coaches -Agreed to review, at As-
at 4:30 Should vs. Conner. together. Garden also
: m. they
game p.
and othersfor sessor Oene Long's consent, A
win this game they will play had the distinction of particI- parents sponsors For Hot or Cool Use Year Around 1 i
this complaint presented by Attorney -
making season a succesful -
against, 8:30.: If they lose the GARDEN RESTAURANT pating in the most games of ,
one. Arch Thomas Sr. on
We have in stock,or can getquickhr first game they will play at PLACES THIRD the,Kdbalc 7s game of tourney.Chattanooga, several events. have been behalf of Mrs. Emma Bores $1.98 STYRENE ONLY

,your size Atlas I 6:30.: Garden Restaurant made a Tenn., a ,team that hit better planned for all players: Thomas Indicated that a
Tractor Tires. STARKE TO HOSTSUBDISTRICT fine showing In the Fourth than 30 home runs in 6 games Saturday July 13-Annual building- Long still had on the ICE CHEST ,

{STANDARD Annual' Softball Firecracker Tournament Invitational -' only $1.49 .

The Starke Recreation Department held at Cocoa over the Fourthof

1 has been selected to July holidays.
CM Ybflr 'St ndard' Oil I host both the men's and wom A total of 40 teams from 88c MINI-CUBE ICE TRAYS 39c
MAN IN STARKE I en's AjS.A. sUb-district\ slow over ,the southeast competed in only

K. G. DUNCAN pitch softball tournaments. the tourney, Including several
964-5132 This is the first level of AJS.A. who reentry: have competedi.ln I WHILE THEY LAST! __
competition in advancing the World Tournament I
tHe District State; Region, Garden met West Palm .
'Standard! Oil Company(flncjn' '!.!Ky.) I and World Tournaments Beach in the early rounds and \ -- --,
;The women's tourney, with I shut them out 5-0 then defeatxYVhen -.1 J ; "

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I TiiURSDAY' JULY II. 19611 nAn"'nn n\"N"I'': Tr.. lean' ""rl .n.;'nn tr, s.t...n.\S\ .6aetWprOue.Cttr.. YWe. _

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School! Board Considers Pay Raises : -: t; I, r: ; :-1 << (.' ..U.iJ 1.*i= :1 -- .- .- ,'I, ::-- '

For 72 Non-Instructional PersonnelIn l ; ., : LeaverThe. J l
.. ... .......;;..." ......,"..,,,..".....y"
a three-hour-long These Hot SummerDays': ,
"work..hop" raise for school t>u 'drivers from- 'cafeteria rf'Ce'1'tli.' Bod member were also .
session Wednesday' I .. I: ')"(. '" .
Supt. Tom Casey noted that 1 Although no Increase In tho J presaged: a proposal .by Dean:

night, Bradford members. CountySchoolBoard > i(, drivers' salaries In. Bradfoi'J prlc*' of school lunchej Is anticipated Caaaels, newly appointed Ids/Ii> The,pleasant, relaxing atmosphere Is in keeping with our truly Delicious! .
began preliminary County ranked '''con.itJ-eI'ably :us a direct result of I ban: director; outlining need -:. 4 '
conukletutlon of the lower than the statewide av the, raise, Ca ey ai'd'! that the! for a new instruments and rcn Meals. -
county's opened 11)07-68) erage. I board might 'fcu force.:! to rule ovation of the band room. I ; ,\ 1 'fA. .

obu Iget. The proponed Increase would, the rlcea If wholesale fond( Camels e timated that about I I !
Primary topic of the unofficial up the monthly pay of the.. 221. cost!. were appreciably, higher I $1,600 would be required for i Whether it's a FumilytAffair; Dinner 1f 1
gathering was a thorough!: drivers to about $190: 'I ) about 1 f
during .UM coming' year.: Instrument repairs and foriTwoyora'Business: 'Engagement 1
evaluation of the Balmy stru- The board also took under''I An a.crojO. -thn-boa.rd annunl $7,000 for new In'.trume.n'usuitable '

ture of the county's .72 non- consideration a proposal' 'tot salary of $3,600, was proposedby ( to outfit a. 60-plece our frien'diy"courteous i
Instructional( personn.l.Tf'ntative hire one' or two tull tlnle'
< Otaey lor the county's 12 :band).
agreement was drivers to' transport students full-time custodian whose Con.ill: ions of the band,room + .vr l'd service 'strikes a note of gracious '
reached by board( members on on field trips' aryl! to I Sa
ptxalbly at BUS were-described by the z
pay nON ranges from $2.700 to ,
proposed county-wide salary: bus --r- hospitality. -- I
athletic teams .to and from $3,000. I director as highly undesirable
Increases for transportation, out-ef-town g-amex. for teirhlrvg and practicing! 1968 Tornado Yearbook I J
Current plans call for themploym..nt
food service and custodial
employee A $:.11). per" month Increasewas I mir-lc' -due to poor ventlla-
next of 22
possible)-with increases the 'subject for school of for the also county's proposed 33: by cafeteria Casey part-time- custodians year trlbu- tlon treatment.and total! lack of acoustic" Dedicated To Mrs. Simpson;: I ... .

ted among nine schools--at Iisugge
secretaries 'being delayed for workerwho were descntbedby "Acoustics are so bad in the Try Our Delicious Buffet
ted hourly rate of 150.
further consideration.In the superintendent as: "pro- I Increa-es- room." said Ca-sels" "that stu- John Simpson In presented a copy of the 1968 Bradford ,
In the size and salary
suggesting! a $23 a month bably the .hardest. workers i In of the custodial ;staff is dents can't even hear well High School yearbook. The Tornado, which IK dedicated to bin. I ,

I the school system." | vital! according to Casey- -to enough" to tune their Instru- wife Mrs. IiutlM-l F. Simpson! a long-time BUS Instructor who Served Daily'j .. .
It was noted that since the i adequately maintain school ments. died the first week In ..June.I' Text of the yearbook ready!: I ,

county's reboot cafeterias are property, ant,: to provide "a It was estimated several! I "It 11 an honor to pity tribute to one v.ho tiu' become xiirli: TWO HOT ENTREES I .'
FLORIDATHEATRE all -thei k." years ago that about $3.500 ) 'Lunch $1.25'TWO
operetta "in biw healthier learning environmentfor would '''be required to Install a genuine part of. Bradford High School. Her Interest In her Buffet -
wage increase ..f%*}$ .be.' paid students. ,
acoustical tile in the auditorium Student und her eagerness to help them have endeared, her VEGETABLES

__ bant and choral rooms. to all who have come under her Influence. Because rhe. means 11:00 a.m. to 2:00: 'p.m', .

Board members told Cosipls Ha much to en ninny, we the Htudentii of n.H.8. dedicate thin.. '

that his' requests would be con- page of The Tornado to !niri. Isabel' Simpson to whom we owe ASSORTED SALADS .. ,. ,. .... ,.

t sldeied in future budget sessions. much."
SIIO'"tIDlo-W.eekdars; 7 I Dinner BUff
Sunday 3:00. Saturday !1' 301 Drive-In Contributions to the Isabel F. Slmpnon college Textbook ROLLS BUTTER t $1.

I Loan Fund may b! sent to Bradford High School In rare of '

Fri.. Sat., Sun., Mon., Tues.! NOKTHSIDE BAPTIST *..I Mrn. Loin, Bennett finance. officer. TEA -, O COFFEE 5:00: p.m.. to 9Od:. p.Oh ,

July 12. 13, 14, 15, 16 CHURCH
SHOW BEGINS AT SUNDOWN Located on Bayless Highway:

Double Feature Program ADMISSION: Adults V5e, Students 60c [tSK 225] at Raiford Road ft' (ft) '
I .. ..
the claimant and shall be I la The County l .1. C lirt. In
Children Under 12 Free (ISR 18)]. worn ti> by the, claimant. Mi!' mil fur Mniflfuril< I.......C". Klur-. ',- -- .-.- ...-
Adventure, Laughterand Services: Sunday School 10a. I agent or attorney and accompanied l<.... W4-- .- ---I
,,by a flllnv fee of one Vile No.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday-July 11, 12, 13 m.: Sunday Morning -Wore dullar an'l such claim. .. or demand, In lie: Rotate Of Waddi-11" A
Love! ship. 1J a. m.; Training anIon) not no filed.. shall be void. Wullui, 8r, ales known an W. .
Double Feature Program 6:30: p: m.; Evening /I! William John CrllfyAH A. Wiilluce. I>Hieni M"1.'
Service. Administrator of the Estate NOTICE!! TJ C-HKPITOIU!'
7:30: ; Midweek Prayer Service. of Elva. M. Scott, deceased. "'0 all creditors and all per.
$ Wednesday. 7:30 Myron O. Previitt Attorney Sons having. clulinH. or demands.
: -Rev. Glenn
L' .
P O Drawer ass against Raid entatYun. p
\ ; Lawhon pastor. I Keystone HolKhtft. Fla. 82056Atlurnav and each.. of you art -. ..-r ---'-. -I-' ".. f
I for JCatate hereby nutlfleil and required/ to
Notice] or Application For' 0/27 4t T-U file and claim. .. and Tn* IJred I "'( \ you, or either of you
err. IU-I.KI. ... a. In Th. Clrrnlurt Of FlnrlilnKlKhlh may have against the entate ol "
Nntlre< | l I. hereby given, that Judicial. Circuit I. Anil Waddell A. Wallace Hr.,'" almj' tt
T.J. Alderman the holder l of for HriuKord. ounly, CivilArl known a s W. A. Wallace de.coaeed .
the following certificate. has I .... tBNt; > Ni' .,. *TIIllvelyn late of Bradford, County
riUd Bald certificate for a tax IX'Inrea Smith, plaintiff Florida. In the office. of the ".e ." .
deal to be ItMuvd. ihureun. The vs Phillip Smith Defendant County Judge of Bradford Cuun. p
certificate numbers and :years, (y, County CourthouM In atarke, '
of Immune. the description of The State Of Florida To: Bradford, County Florida I with.In 'r. ( :
s thy properly, and the names In Philip Kmlth -whoBe residence. six months from: the ante. of
which It wai assessed': are ait I. unknown. the first publication of this no S" A CarWorth
follows: You are hereby notified that tic,". aye
I Certificate 'No.. 105. Year of, a proceeding for divorce has Each claim. or demand! must
Iimianoe. 1968.Description. been brought In' the Circuit be In writing and must' State
PLUS Property Court for Bradford County, .I place I of residence I : and! pout
Snow IfI of BLK off Dowlln) Park: Florida, against you. You an office address of the claimant
8/D. hereby required to file with the hie agent, or his attorney or It
TH WAR WAGON ROLLS AND THE SCREEN EXPLODES) .>um. In which assessed. O. Clerk ot the Circuit Court your will be void according to law .
D. IPr..y. Km.. newer or other. pleadingIn/ Bach creditor shall deliver
White All of said In aid proceeding., and to serve sufficient copies of his claim' to
the County IIf"rFrl'or; btuta copy of Hlitnn' In Burton T. enable the County Judge to
of Florida. Douglas Attnrney for Plaintiff mall one to the personal repre Owning
Unless laid certificate or certlflcateB Pont Office. Drawer 1828 Qnlne sentative.Dated .
shall be redeemed. HOcordliiK ..vllle Florida, on or before .Tune 20th A. T>. 19R!
to law the property de.ftcrlliiMl 'tie 20th day of July, 11X18ITnreln Th. ""n.latlonn'' Bank Of
JOHN WI KIRK In such oortlflvate or fall' not or n'n"tD II JackitonvllleAn
certificate will be old to the will. be entered, i you. nxeoutor of the Lest Will ,
tiitflltiHt I bidder at the court Witness mv hnnil and "mil of and TeHtament of Wadditll. A
PLUSBRENNAN WAYNE DOUGLAS"THiWARWAGDN" house door on the first Monday I nald Court at Uturke, Hindfnri Walla".. Hr : I\/I<-a W. A. Wai-
< :In month of August. 1969 which. County Florida. this 24 day of lane, dwcenned ....:.. ..
la the fith day of August i. .1868, Juno. A. D. 10(18 nv: Fred 1. ThomnHon Jr. H'''''' : .
Dated thla lat day of July, 'If' a. .!t '.
!fiftH. .* A. pnrhv Rnthetein, A RI..I t .
:: (SEAL) fierlf nf the circuit CtmrVHv 'OSI! Florida Till Building l
Charles A. Darby Vlrnlnln F Darby, (nckiionvllle, Florida
Clerk of circuit Court, of Brad Deputy. Clerk Attorneys for Executor I .
I TECHNICDLDR4t/PANAVISIDNe ford County Florida, fl/27 4t 7-18 fl/21 4t 7"iTien ; .

BATWCPRKENTATON..:A MARVIN SCHWARTZ PROCtpQN.' UlrflllJ'iifUft!! 7/4 4t 7-W' I, '. .' ,.,..,..... : 'r" ,
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Di511V MOTH'] OF ITIXTIO): TitHKUINTKH >' ... '" ....... _. J;'
1VALT ; : FI 'rl''IOIlI4 NAMK \\ You VIM An Andrews Charge tea"y ". IiV '
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Notice IH herby given that the .
ONW. '''' Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed.-July 14, 15, 16, 17 unduralffned. under the. provlfflonn ..- Account gf- : ,
AND of Section 80S Oil. FloridaStatute
piilYif/Nffp7y7fOfNJI *. 1UH5, will rrKlMer with Your Prescription Tax Records e' IF THE CAR.ISNHT <.. :. .I 1 ;
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MKILAN l1IlHAL[ A... In the and Clerk for of the Hradford Circuit County Court are Kept For: You By Ui ::7 .

Florida on receipt of proufof f ;"" \. : :

the Ubl"'auon rictltloufl name of thin of HAMPTON notice, Andrews DrugsFor ft ,. .;. A5. GREAT '. ...W.;.w'. :

a 1 I am 1IILLWQHKS engaged In business under. whlrh at P Fast Delivery Dlul UG4-717U rC 11 f l t 6 t S ';' AS THE. 'DEAL :" ''t r.g1F: "%' K
O. Box VI: Hampton. Fla.George I
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93, Hampton Flu. Hole. ownerLiated ,"' ; WHY BOTHER? :. : .' ..
thin ijotti day of June, '1. ;

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In Tfc. Court ok Tke County _. It.. .j.... I I
Judge. Bradford ('....n'", Kloriiln. ".
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:. : soYIl I IIiRiiS1 Q wliliLtStctirllEmvjtl1ilTlq Re: Estate. of Elva M. Scott i
WALTER UeueanedTo HEIGHTS PIIOflE 473-3178
EBSEN IIIitimu kl t'lllRtulwrli NLI All Creditors Ant"] Persons : 6fVE n i
(laving Claim Or Demands WE (j I \ !
MM.-WTON .9lwlu08an8LAIR Against. Said inlat 1 BOTH t 4
SEDUCIIVEINNOCENCEofLOUtASAVAGE You and eauh ut you are Rental Services ', *
hereby notified and required to ,. ..

Wed. Thurs.-July 17, 18 HUNGER present, any u' ce claim either and demand of you, HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CI1A1U3, ,\ '. '.
lofaBUCK a WIDOW! ;may;; against the e tale ofi ,
a. H<-.io, deceased, lute of '
wild County, In the County CRUTCHES''' "' I IWUtEuLL1 '
Judge of Bradford County, Florida c'K IC"
at hiM o'"a'in the courthouse
TOUGNi\ of wald. On-untv at Plnrkc. ;" .,., ,,
\ % Florida within nix calendar I ," 1 ,. n..;..WJ.- .. '
oaRINI month. from the time of the
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Oy Advertised Prices

IT'S EASY TO WRITE ''i'iRESULTPRODUCING Total coat of contract IA C Come f '
what the tEAL you actually FACTS pa before). Get Early For A Better Selection: t

WANT ADSFollow Ii you tlga.'Our payment are .
from 98 to $.a per month
!less, with the tame down 4: utrie .. I
and number of '
these simple): rules to make your Want Ads brIng better results. I
month to S cent .
Remember a good Want Ad Is nothing more than salesmanship In print. bank flnancbif.pary. No per hidden i'. .,'. I I

Write your Want Ad in the eame friendly. etyle you use. when tellinj charted. Ten top maoufao- '0t"fCl" 1 ilhI iTIOCi : ..,... ... ''r 4

friends and neighbors about what you have to offer. I uteri repreoented. I I'

Don't. Abbreviate Don't be Penny-Wise and round- LOW jl.>>ltINt; .

Foolish I III
Surveys and studies prove that most OVERHEAD \\ II'NII I
Want Ad readers do not like or underIt makes good common sense to eliminate '-

stand abbreviations. Make it easy for unneeded words from your Want Doe, It! I

people to respond to your ad Ad, but make sure ':you don't ruin the I
don't keep them guessing with abbreviation The OwnjersDad .- wrsertlle .
effectiveness: of you Want. Ad by make H.,. s ell purpose) adding! mschins designed.
*. for yearn of dependable trout>l-frn performance. This
ing It incomplete Remember you're not Drive The- -Trucks. compact 10-K.y Champion lists 7 columns and totals,

Put Yourself In the Prospects Shoes! placing a Want Ad to save money ALL SIZES ONDISPLA'Y 8 ((999.999.99)). Electric' .; operation makes.. ffgurework
teat end .
you're Inserting your ad to get results effortless

Give full Information and all the details and make money. Making your ad 'too 8-10-12 WIDES rl,

about what you have to offer. short may save a few pennies that lose '
Describe your offering In benefit terms you dollars in results. 1 Va BATHS TO yn'Mime: it""PHOI* yb4/(-hodPutting

.' tell prospects why your offer I AND EXPANDABLES -r x1 JUMSTARKE
satisfies their needs. Give sizes dimensions And It Is Kasy: To Order Tour A6. lL\g-OI3EIMmi; ) I ;tt.FLORi ':" '" -

capacity condition, advantages. Trained competent Want Ad-Visors will LAKE GENEVA n1LtPU ,
And don't forget price! Want Ada ,
help you word your ad for bent possible
without price are 60% less effective results. All you do Is pick up your MOBILE HOME ADDING MACHINES" "hszs,, II I I

itan ads with price. telephone and they,do ,the rest AS LOW
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TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED ADS SALESOne I ., ..... ...... .. < j I I.

mile S.E. Keystone i You First Keeps Us First : :
I Heights on Route 100. I ,

PI lONE 964.6305 '. OPEN hone SUNDAYS 473-4320 I Bradford County TelegraphPhone .

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T.:: L. --- Almost Daily TOTAL UABfLITIES Tim. and savings depoalUi.
Mrs. Hamilton AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS of IndIviduals, partnershIps -
Services Held I 'Rains Average Tommy Seriously Hurt 8230HO.84M..r..II. and corpora.tluna -1,269,825.31

= _ !> l>oHlta of tnlt; . In Grace Average or total (19-. Oovernmnnt 28,237.45
T 1.98 Inches In Another 301 South AccidentMrs. posIts. for the 15 Depoalta. of States and political -
Trilby Lee calendar day ..ndInir ) aubdlvla-
'- ,. I with call date 5,051,258.00Average ions 1,552.171.91DCpoeits
::: 6C Lawtey, died 'Rain fell six of seven day of total loans of commercial -
\ Tommy (iLaTrelle) ''between Starke and the. Ala.. banks. 10000.00
morning in for
( a Staike i. the It calendar
In the week of July 1-8 but ..
Tina STAllS or FLORIDA' Cerlllled and oftlc.ra'chpck.
'Wfter' Hamilton. of Brooker, was seriously chua County line in an effort days endingwith ,
an extended 1.98 inches for V AT TUB CLOSE: OPBl'NINBS ) etc io,047.HLTOTAL
,. ____ averaged only Injured Wednesday: I to correct the : OX' call date 2.4J4.SJ7.0 DEPOSITS 4,101,698.
: wi..born In Bradford morn- dangerous con .11 !NU :lit, SCUM
the lower than usualIn Loan shown In
; : county. ...... aa turn .
: ing when her car went out of d.ltion of the highway. (A> Toliil I I ilumund
December 9. 1883. the past few weeks the Florida Cash, balance w.th other 7 of "Aaaeta" are deposits 1.54B.77895B
:: OJK::*<"1 of thOUe' : .4 ________ : .. I Forest Service reports. control on. ,a treacherous' Wednesday's' accicent.: was: banks, and cash Item. after deduction of ( > Total time ana
slid Emma Lewis. A : stretch of U. S. 301( near the \worked: by the city police. No In process of collection valuation reaerveaof savings depoSitS 2,655.81801
; Rain wa recorded July 2-7 285.986.30 12.115: : S3 Other 1I..llll1e.. 90,139.41!
: south cIty. limits where some charges were made against the
iftStflent;! of Bradford but (United States' Government
'and was falling slowly ,
h.. retired SO accidents have occurred in driver. ot>ll atloim 1.6J1.609.71 I. J. B. Tomllnaon, Cash "OTAr.lAfULITIEIl.
a ..,r ,' steadily Monday: July 8, the the past two Obll.atlon. of States and ler, of the above named bank! 4.191,736
a"tnember' of Grace ., week the years. political' nibdlvlulona
____ first day of the do
solemnly that '
swear report -
Hamilton former .
employee AeeonailaCommon
,. cAl. 'ch. .,. I. i Fore t Service reported.The of First Federal SavIngs Other "Loans and discounts 1,666.038.03- of condition la l true and : Cnpltnl 1St lick, total
&rrIvtnare'hIs' \ r.n : Santa Fe Tower recorded Board 2,427.034 correct to the best of my par. value 100,030.00
b 'Brltt, Walnwrlsht : ; 2.0 Inches of rain last week, & Loan* was on: her way I Bank premises knowledge and belie No. Shares .authorlaod -
.', ,. .: there to do some vacation relief furniture and 'fixtuns '- Corroct-AttpBt. : J. K. Tomllnsoi 8000
tV'-one daught, slightly more than New River's Applauds S. L. rEKK. JR.
work when her carl skiddedor and other us- No. Sharea
: iruerlte Brasye'l], 1.9 Inches and LnJwtey'a/ (Louis S. Q. DENMARK: : OutHtandlng2uUO
:: Beach.: Va.: eiRht sons. Scholarship Hill Tower) 1.8. aquaplaned, where water bank representing premlaex' 287,133.45 C. E. Bu1NWAl.LDirector.! : Hurplna. 100,0,1000
Recipients was standing on the road just Resident a Undivided profit 81,56825
R..I l Estate owned other
1. Walnwrlnht' J
: Two fires and four acres State of P'lorda.County : .
south of Earl
Goodman' Ga than bank
premium 1 1.00
:: nn,01, C. Wainwvight. State of Florida Regents' Sfholartihlpx. are to burned were reported In the rage. She had passed anothercar Listening to residents Other Assets __ -l3ol: ! Ga.: H. C.. Edward presented county for the week. One was And! was pulling back into complain about property TOTAL fore me th.s; 'ith day of July
:: :JSmes T. WalnwrRht \ and Beverly McKae both 1B68 Bradford lUgh caused and the ASSETS _6,220.14084. and I heroljy' certify I'OTAI. I.IARILITlEiSANI !
by lightning the outside lane when her station evaluation and zoning problems :m.I not ;officer :director
am an or
L wtey: Frank B. graduate; by ,Miss Delia RoMentarg, guidance coun- other M.bllltl,. > CAPITAL
fire which ..
was a legal
Isn't the
wagon hvent out of control ; happiest of Demand deposits of Individual f this bank. ACCOUNTS 4,453,304.70Mrniovsnda
WrtltiKMWllle' : Jack M. '. Mclx-od. was dais! valedictorian with a S.8 average and went out of control and burned ,' going Into the ditch, hit- chorea for the County Corn- *, partnership, (.SKAMJ. )..'
:: wflght. Waycross. :: ",.. MrRae was 4:1a.: salutatoclun with a 5.6 .average. two acres before the Forest ting the end of a culvert and mission but; the board endedup Tim and and corporations savings. ilepuslt:J.170.194.0D ...r"rh.II \ K 'ly.... At Notary L..rR'. Public, State Average of total 16

Dan C. Wainwright, Regents' Schol0rshlp.;> go only to dlirtlngulaheil' students Service could reach it. catajpultinlg 60 feet through applauding one man dining of Individuals, partner- Mv. <" "KiimlNxlun expires D"cemi.cl calendar deposits for days the endIng -
:: b"ifgh.s,. Pa.: one sister. honor There have bee. 124 Total distance lost hlflh.V and tnrnnm.. U. liB8.)
an polutaverags Of 8.5 or higher. To' keep the forest the air. travelledby Wednesday's Boardof .' --- --- rp- with call date 4.106,78091Average

Alice Laneford.Lake ; per quarter.;cHolanhlpK" past the.first. year the Mtudentu fIres since Jin.' 1 this year with the car before It came to Equalization: hearing. tlOIIBDeposits of United State 2.081,884.21 REPORT or CONDITION OF of total 15
loans for the
:: JJje, brother,' W. C. carry a 15-hour' load and make. : 924 acres jwUiht). Tampa; 29 B-ayerage. I to 94 and Mrs. Hamilton carriedin good things Deposits of States OK HTAKKB IKI TKF1 STATIC
pores fire 776.8 was Casper Brune with call date 1.708,048
dren, and nine great recipients plan to. attend Florida State Unlver- prcg b'...n.><1 over the same a semi-conscious conditionto of Keystone Club Estates ubdlvlalooa and political 795,862.96 IIIHIMONM' ATIIIR 0:> JtM'J CIORKOF1 W*, I..IDII* im. shown. abOve are

:: fh.U41'en.I' period in 1967. Bradford County (Hospital, the edge of Bradford {County Certified and OfflcsChecks ,,> 11M1H Afmrim valuation after' deductlana reaerveaf of

Funeral Services w I with a possible concussion, began. TOTAL DEPOSITS, ete. 5110569.67 U.G37.83 Cash balanrea with other! 80.302.00

::: at11. a. m. family plbt In Crosby are grateful for the presence Drive, asks for the cooperation ''back! Injury, cuts and bruises. Tve got :no complaint CA) Tof.1 Demand banks and cash Hem I I. Margaret I. Mlllnr Assistant -

: Grace Methodist Cemetery with DeWitt of Rev Pitts lit services lai -t "' nil women In the church In She may be transferred to the about anything. lOVe Uvellhl..e (In'Deposits Total time and 2,881.330.28/ lection In Tvooeflft of cnl. 1360,053( the Vice above-named President. and bank C..Mhlernt do

I :: Lawtey.- with Rev. prac'r Funeral Home In Sunday. Sunday School, 9:30. this effort. The captains are Gainesville Medical Center for some time and I paving' deposits 2,240.239 LJnlt*rt fltHtea. Government solemnly affirm that this re-
:: Tompkins and Rev. of arrangements! Youth Day will !Ibe observed making plans for the groups to when her condition permits. think Bradford County. I U a Other )liabilIties; I 42,49501LIABIMTFEs obllBtttlonn, 2.290.818.311! port of condition I. true and

ton, 'Offciating.. I with j the' young people In ''Arork for the success of this ac There nave been numerou- fine place to live and I think TO"' ''f.' Obligations. Of Plates correct knowledge to and the belief.CorrertAttent heat. of m>'

charca.: MornIng service at 11. tivity. instances' of cart "acquaplanIng" we've got good government. : 5.853.05168 illvUlonB Hill Political Sub- 6I.4U0.02 Margaret I.

Evening service, 6 p. m. Visitors Rev. Davis, of Jacksonville when hitting standing: "I'm very happy with the .. Other lunnff. anddlwountu Miller.
CapHftl Aer '. Leila S. Mundy
: NEWS OF TO COLORED always welcome. will render services Friday water on U. S. 301( south of county and the commissioner Capital: Common V 1,849,005.29( Pets O. Felirnli. '
Bank .
I.j = CITIZENS OF : The. pastor officers, and I night in the, Reno Theatre. Starke, especially In the north- ." stooK, total par prnmlnci'and rixtitrea'furniture O. Kpps Directors
COUNTYSCHOOL members wish Rev. Jeff Lee There wait only silence for value' $300,000.00
a Last Friday night's service bound lane. Oil and grease from and other entmctmrnprenpntlnK Hlnte of Flnrldn.
No.>> shares
authorljid -
speedy ,recovery from an operation was! rained out. trucks using the heavily tra a few seconds when Drone 13,000 bank County" of Ilradford. *.:
in the medical centerat velled highway' .have also con- flnlMhed-then a loud burst No.>> shares nuttandlnc premises 71.878 14 Sworn to and aubarrlbnd be-
Other :
NEWS You Gainesville. tributed of applause led by the five AssetS 2.385.53. fore me this Vth day of July
may register at the to the slickness of the 12,000 usa( and I heri-bv certify
.Head. Start .Ebonezer LEGAL FORMS. Bradford commissioners.IlKPORT Surplus. Boo.oon.on TOTAL
program I Recreation"Cent r. 'start- Baptist Church A-SSKTS 4.453.304.70 that I am not an officer or director -
1 full operation and the 8 from 4 to 8:30: p.'m. Rev. C.. Bennett pastor and County Telegraph. Ph.' road.The State Road Department Reserves VndIIded profits 44 'RS ;.BOMOQILB r,6I33.'iz l.lnhllltlr. ,. of thla bank
064-8305. (SEAL ) N-oima( J. !Martin
ill arf1 enjoying many new | congregation rendered! service recently let a bid for rework- OP. rONDITIOlV!' OK Demand t"i>oplt* ft IniUvldualn Notary. PublIc, State of Florla -
: formative experiences. NEWS for Rev. Johnson In, Waldo on ]ing the northbound lane of 301 Till!) TI.ORInA BANK AT CAriTAL ACCOUNTS t81.082.18 partnerahlpa. at 'large.My .
will be making many aervlaej: will be held his .anniversary July 9. The STARK:V" OK S..ARKJI.!) IN: and corporation 1,223,314 uommlBelon. expires January
XI. 197n'
trips. On their visit>l to at Antioch: Baptist Senior Choir rendered song ser -

Public Library Mrs. Rev. L., W. Thomas vice. 'I JI>

librarian., showed the Sunday School. 10 a. m. .'The church was grateful. for PAYROLLENVELOPES,
books on their level and at the 11 o'clock ser the.vtllitor. !last Sunday: Mrs. with or without carbon flat-

two stories, which were At 3 'p. m. an 'Ordination ,Vennie Washington, of Day- Bradford County Telegraph.

ed by all. 'SatUrday will be 'held for Elva tona. Beach; Deacon Moses Ph fle4-B30S.

be A trip to Crescent as Deacon. The Flo Brooks ,Jacksonville. ; and

Monday the students I Suwannee Singers will Johnnie Carlyle, of Gain 5'V'llle.Mr. .

the movie "Snow White. a program at 7:30.' To *. Bell, Johnson: a faithful
NOTICE (Thursday) the Choir will member IS ill in Bradford County -

Dell Chapter 168 will at .the home of Mrs. Hospital. I __ __ _
Thursday July 18, at, 7 A} ton, IMS Estello All Junior Choir members N4OW>! HOMES Ohic-' I

AH members are 9 o'clock. are asked to' meet at the It you find your name among the Classified Ada' kasha 20 x 24' wide. Buddy- George E. LaRue
: please ''be present and on icr Free Will .Baptist church Thursday night at 7:30: Clemson .Layton travel l trailers -

BKCREATION; NEWS Rev. Lewis ,,MoRay inxa:business meeting .of .vital come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO Liberty, Taylor' Azalea. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
All boys 13 to '17 Buy,,' sell trade. Year bank fi-
; Monday night\ ChoIr Ihrportanice to the group. FREE PASSES to Florida Fire Homeowners;
: planning to go out for the. and Ushers.Board.No. 2 Greater'Allen Chapel AJTE Theatre or 301 Drlv nancing free nit. up and delivery. -

'Reci );al)V Yon Basket/haul/ Tuesday .nIght..Cbolr; Church,, Rev: L. A. Sampson Theatre Passes In. .- BUCKEYE TRAILER LIFE & ACCIDENT

are notified. that there meets. Wodneeday/flight\ pastor. ,'Sunday .School. 10 a.. MART, INC.' 6912 Standing Keystone Height 473-4693

: 'an Instructional session, Meeting: Thursday\ m. Youth Day will be,observed Jan., 771-8778. tf.hg
gust B through 19. These ; AI
Story 'Hour1'at: the with "
9the' yOung' people in
rloii3 will consist of (ball ( :' also 'XjidlesvCircle.i 11. I : HASTINGS MATTRESS FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration USED'.VACtTUM: cleaners re- BIC PENS. Ball Point Re
; charge.Mominig Service at :
l \
: iwmmm & UPHOLSTERY fills.. Bradford County Tele-
trol WORKS I ttMdltlonad |1S 10 dIfferentfls.lflV.
dribbling' rule of win\ 1 he .j'old)( .':rim..: the. Even1ng.servile! at 6.. 110 Lemon St. Service. Home and up.
game, exercises!,, shooting on Saturday! ) ._ Mrs. E. Thompklns, chairman Palatha I Commercial. Phone 473-3090- 'bandV: to ehoom from. graph.
thrdArs, plays. and skill < officers and. ntembans' of the. Women's! Day i Furniture Repaired P.. Q. Box 19, Keystone. tfchg Part .* i excellent repairs alf WANTED USED gas cook
.. : Upholstered' & Refinished I make. KIRBY SALES ABFaiVICH
MATTRESSES REBUILT I'HANK YOU NO"l'JC.S.-BeaUtifully 711 N. Main Gainesville stove or electric refrigerators, "
'. engraved in gold or 7'I-7110. tfchg beds dinette sets, bedroomsets
New Innersprings silver. $1.25 for box of .25, Including sofas and chairs. Phone

1,1 1' Li and Box Springs envelopes. Bradford. FILING CABINETS Type 964-7923. Dahmers. tfchg

1f"sllel.el..Neu. V V V Drop Vm A Cord or Calf r rPALATRA County Telegraph. tf : 'writer Stands. Desks Chairs. LABEL MAKERS from .

EA 6-018fl Sales: Bradford V
: County $9.95Bradford Tele V -
900 E. Adklnn 8&. INSURANCE I graph. Ph. 964-6303.
File Folders, complete line office -
: I II I .SO Agent'!! supplies.The. Telegraph.!
Itoyaliw AUTO, FTRB BOAT BE A Ph 964-6305.

I ,1'V' Retirement or Small Fmnlly DOYLE K. OONN1ER: I.. c ( ..

I __ I Frame, two dwelling bedrooms nicely fenced finished yard INSIJRANpS AGENCY tfchg WIFE SAVER! I I BtTV\ -': -jALESTATE SF..LLTRADE

paved street. A real bargainat
'F- $8,000.00. GET HER A ,BILL POWELL

I A. <.. Thomas. Realtor.Tel. PUMPSNEW ,Real Estate

I t1I I__ V.r_ j.I j.. 981-5701: AND USEDSALESPARTSSERVICE, FEDDERS.100M I I 20 acres. lo>e 1J):High and dry
=j ; I : on panned/ road.x
FOR RENT3 room furnished CONDITIONER I 2 bec1ro m:1: bath house excellent -
apartment. Private Deep & Shallow Wells "World's Largest Selling Brand" neighborhood.

L bath central heat. Convenientto Water Softeners & Filters! : 84 acres unimproved. Priced

school and business section. Expert Service On .'V Winkler Electric SEEEM I to sell. .

204 W. Adklns. Ph 984-6225. All Makes 135 acres, Improved. Paved
,- WE llflKE tfchg Phone 964-7061 I '. TQDAYI. road ,.and ,railroad frontage.
: ... V Inc.
___ LOSE WEIGHT: safely with DURRANCE PUMP 404 W. Madison 8$

.- KEYS Dex-A-Dlet' Tablets. ONLY! 98c AND SUPPLY CO. 231 N. Temple Ph. 961-7596 Phones: Off. 964R484TYPEWRITER

'V at. Mitchell Drugs. Stp 7-18
H does so much FOR RENT 3 room and !: RENTALS:
e. &
REPOSSESSED HOUE bath furnished cottage. Phone P. tl Dlnklra planning an extra Day week or month.-Bradford -
: but) costs so little<< ; CLASSIFIED AD RATES I FOR SALE 964- :J37. tfchg room to your home garage County Telegraph. Phone
; :::
.... : 3 ''bedroom on one acre lot 3 Dm YOU KNOW Ifa easy to remodel or make repairs? If B64-6SOS.:; tf
; Up to 15 words ___- 1.25 miles North East of Starke on FOR SALE-.BRICK HOUSE: own a Longohamp Home? so, call Buford Mitchell Long-

$ V (Minimum charge) State Rd. 229. $3,000 cash or ready for occupancy.. 3 bed- 'Better built; for FUrlda) living. champ Construction for Free Out Of Town

> 99. V Each word o'v *r-lS"-.G1;;; will finance for 12 years with room 1% bath. JUicatcd Just .' Your plan or ours Estimate. Phone 964-6853. Three bed room frame dwelling

: small: down payment. Also outside of city limits in Your 1ot or ours. Contact Bu- tfchg i modern conveniences,
Extra charge If not; have another 3 bedroom to be Flnebreeze. Easy monthly: ford Mitchell phone 964- clean and nice 2H% miles out.

paid In advance __ JO moved. Call Collect 242-6813. terms. Longch&mp Coast Co. 6893. P. O. Box 238, Starke. Used Mowers Push. or Ride Paved Road. lot 80 x 200 ft.,
IlsUetI. .. Valdoata, Ga. Area Code 912 Contact; Bufoid Mitchell. tfo:1a: We Trade We RepairFIRESTONE garden land. Price 600000.

.. 0 Memorials Resolution or write Gordon Seago, P. O. pone 964-6853 P. C). Box Terms. A. J. Thomas Realtor.

Box 1331, Valdosta. 2tp 7-11 '38 Starke. tfchjJ. Free. Pick Up Service Tel. 964-3701.
7 cents word JIMMY MOORE'S
: per In City
wants employment WIGS by Sandra. Grand Opening -
SUN SPORTS Phone 964-7392&
JJlftrre/Jbt.&dJlll'llVu. for summer part-time in Saturday. Wtglet Sale. NO JOB TOO SMALLV:

CARDS OF THANKS I the fall. Shorthand and typing 220 tt. Temple Ave 725MEN MOORE BOAT FOR U OR TOO BIGAii
experience.> Linda YOUR MONEY
Durrance Ph.
50 words 1 lean __ 8.00
: Type Repair!
: .>i" 964-5669: or 964-7061. 2tp 7/11 WANTED Laundry; V Starke Ph. 961-5791 I I USED FURNITURE

ilk Each word over 00 __ ..07IN workers Kitchen aids, labor- SERVICE Free Estimates:
JP I -
many tmportantfeaturejof.Roijuj office.typewriters I I'V V well FOR pump.SALE One<.New used Vi rotisserie.hp deep era. cottage ))parents watchman SPECIAL, I -AND UPHOLSTERING APPLIANCES- I TETSTONEPLUMBING

cooks and clerks. Five USED FISHING ENGINES:
Full-size keyboard V V V 'TOWN Also Moon misc.Hotel.tools. Apply If Half day week. eight hour day.I 1964 Mercury SOuP I FENNELL'S I I CO.
: Lakeside Home State retirement vacations 1967 Johnson 9 &11P. I 21-Hour Service*
Pleasant. light Royal "touchHe FOR SALE-3 regiatreit Quar- sick leave. If interested please 1968 .Sears 7341fF. UBed I BARGAIN CENTER All Work'
';l"- Wide writing line 2 Story 6 Rooms ter Horse studs. 1 yearling, two apply In person Personnel Stumpknoekr.SEVERAL ,I l'/i Mi. So. 301 Starke

: Roll 'n' $9,150 2-year old. Call 91-9263. Manager SUnland Train- PHONE 961-6561
Ready Feed
V V 3tchg 7/2S: Ing Center Gainesville! Fla. : GOOD USED AddIng Ralford Tetntone, OwnerFOR
...:: \; i Quick-Set margins S. E. McKay Realtor FOR 8/4 h hchg Machines for tale electrics -

S I : ., -Iw.',,, SALE or rent-4-bed- ; subtraction. credit bal RENT-1 bedroom furnished -
: Retractable paper support Keystone Heights room brick home, air-condi WANTED-Driver for dIesel Prompt Service V cottage BHS and
Bradford near
ance. Telegraph
1/i > 2-color 473-4816 tioned and central heat, fine tractor and trailer. Must be ex County Starke
i,; ribbon tf Elementary. M. A.
Us'I, location. 323 N. Walnut St. perienced. Bradford EngineerIng For Repairs Payne 964-6560
: after 5
Guaranteed for 5 years CROSBY LAKE $130 per month available August Co. Ph. 064-B403. tfchg p.tfchg m.

Two halt acre lots on East side 23, call Gainesville 376- FOR RENT-3 FOR" RENT TV sets baby LARGE OR SMALL

S-YBAH OUARAHTEI. rtoytl Typ-wrtl.r Comply. |o.. gu.r. of Lake for sale. A J. Thomas. 9666. Stchg 8/29 house bedroom unfurnished beds electric guitars and amplifiers MIMEO STENCILS. and Ink.
MIMe replacement at no charg.: otter th ieti tabor and .hlpplna. Realtor, Tel. 964- 7)1.( modelled; air conditioned.recently re W. refrigerators by day. QUALITYPLUMBING i Duplicating machines and

of any defective part (except rubber part, ribbon, or Buddy Adams HEWING BIACHINK; Madison St. Phone 964-6512. week or month. Phone 964- I supplies. Bradford County
V '" parts damaged by accident or misuse! ) within five years. of 1968 SELECT-O-MATIC tf chg 7923. Dahmera. tfchg CO.i Telegraph
c' purchase. No labor harg. within flrat 00 day. Quarant. fOR RENT-3 room furnished ZIG ZAG I

: ::, cover. only the original pure h.*.*.. apartment. Private bath and Does all fancy designs. Buttonholes FOR SALE-Hound and catch NEED RELIEF COOK. 4 shiftsa Ph. WANT To Mow lalwns. Phone

n M central 'heat. No anbnals or Applique, Monograms, dog. Ph. 9647938. ltchg week, good pay. Longhorn 964.5039I 964-7178. Up
Wop (ti. See it. Try it. Y ou'U love tfo spirited children. Mrs. J. P. Roberts, Darns, Mends etc. Balance remaining Restaurant 301 South. ltehg I
new RoyalitetAlso 204 W. Adklns.. Ph. 964-7415. $43.20.& or pay $5 per $10 TO $15 A DAY for reliable GUARANTEED Quality Watkins -
tfchg month. For FREE Home Demonstration man or woman Distribute F. W. Strickland Products. For free dt>Jlv-

.,, i Full Line of Electric Portables BARGAIN-Deluxe TV, Wine. caU service ""Mgr.COLUECT Products nationally to advertised established Watkins customers NEED RELIEF waitress 4 FOR SALE-House 210 N. Cherry.and Ph.furniture 964-- ery phone 964-5094. .tfchg
378-1336 Gaines-
'N I shifts a week, good FOR RENT
Longhorn 6250
pay. or 964-7271. -Furnlshed
tfchg small
(jri.:: antenna and very tall vllle, Fla. In Starke. Full! or port
"'II 4trhg
Restaurant, 301 South :2 bedroom
house 424 Joffenon
tower. See at 2032 N.W. 32nd time. No car or other Investment FOR SALE-Corner: 3
lot. BR,
Mill Terrace. Gainesville. Itp; LOST-'Billfold% Thursday June necessary. All the help Itchg concrete block house. Air-con Street. tfchg

II BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 6. $10 harvard/ for return of papers you need to get started. Write FOR 'RiENT-''Small, furnished ditioned, tile bath Good location FOR RENT-3 bedroom
FOR RRNT -.>Lnrsrc warehouse.' and ,ibillfoll Keep money ''D'rt. J. -C U. Oirsttafson. 62-70 I 2-bedroom hou" at 746& N. Wal- in town.( 13000. Down unfurnished

V Call! 1M-I-C8SO. Mr Green.Ztchg no quostlom a'ked. W. J. Roze- W. F.. H. Crump Blvd., Memphis nut Street. Call fW 1-7444 or payment $30O. Ph. 964-6240. location.house' M. A.very desirable
V r 7/18: man. Temple Motel. itp Tenn. 33102.( ltp 964-CQ70. Itp Payne. 9346560 -
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JULY tt, 10fl- .ntADlTMtD' OOUNTT' TCXKORAPn.!:
8TARKKL n.oBIDA lIt..flnn. _I.\._ ._.._.._..... AnA n._'_"_
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In The Gay 90'sCourthouse ............ ... s/n.
Higher InterestOn highest' bidder at the ennrt
$3,895 ContractLet Name. In which annenund O. house door on the. first Monday
I D. Kersey Set In month of Aiifut.' 14AH which
THERESSABy Savings Bonds All of: xakl property' being in :I la the, eth day ot August, Issa.

Battle Fought With Food To Cool ,.To, Increase SalesThe I the Unlace Florida.County mild. of certificate Bradford,or Stateof ::cer IMS.Hated thin lat day of July,

Dorothy Mill tificate shall be redeemed' '
Phone recent increase in Interest cording to law the property Charles A. Darby
473-4518 ac-I'
At ''Mammoth'1 New River rates for U. S. Savings scribed certificate. In ouch will be certificate Clerk of Circuit Court of. Bradford -
Picnic r old to County. Florida''
yyyyyyy..y....... Health I Dept.A Bonds and Freedom Shares is 7/4 4t 7-M:

Hope Baptist Church, expected to lead to stimulated -

The occasional mention of the two towns during" these the suburbs of Lake Butler. been supplied by those present, Sunday School, 10. a. m. $3.<195 contract to Install sales of the bonds and notes* ,
the possibility some future courthouse elections: But they They came from the country to which most important of Morning: Worship, 11 a. m.;; I an alr-condltioning system in according S. I* Peak Jr., NEED READY CASH'ComcSccUs

date of some O& Florida's had their ll.ghter. moments also the scrubs, and out In the by- the program. ample justicewas Training Union, 6:30: p. m.; the Bradford Health Depart- Bradford County chairman of

. smaller counties 'being consolidated e and here Is a descriptionfrom way sand hedges. They came done by all participants. Evening: Worship, 7:19 p. m.; ment on Church Street in the Savings Bond Committee.

in the Interest of econ- the June 30 1898 "Flor- in wagons, buggies, carts The day was most enjoyably Wednesday evening Prayer Starke was won Wednesday.July The interest boost, effective( ; !

.omy bring: to mind the 50- ida Advocate' [one time Starke horseback, and a-walking, until spent by all, and' particularly. Service 7:30: p. m., with choir 10 by Brown, Refrigeration last month, raised the interest f E %L-
year feud between Starke and newspaper] of a picnic held about four or five hundred those who had the honor of practice following: ,the service. of Starke. rate on Series E and H Bonds r

lake Butler over which. town during one of the campaigns: persons had collected. addressing the occasion some Last Sunday afternoon Rev. The County Commission from 4.13 per cent ,to 4.25 per 311 M % We make loan for:

would be the county seat. LONG BRIDGE PICNIC They brought their wives of whom on their return were Merle Packham, Hope Church approved. the contract as it cent.' Interest. on Freedom any worthwhile pur-

An election on the issue was First Meeting In The CourtHouse daughters sweethearts, and surprised to learn that the Pastor, was at Hollluter Baptist met in special session Wednesday Shares (U. S. Saving Notes) V-f 'gi .
.held as often as the law allowed Campaign chewing tobacco with them Court House was still sitting Church to 'participate} In ordi-: i morning. Brown was the went from 4.73 per cent toper 5 A '

--once every ten years Last Saturday at Long bent on spending/ an enjoy- calmly and serenly where she itlon services there. Next week lowest of three bids submittedby cent compounded semi-an- $25 to $600DO

l and the courthouse was actu- Bridge on New River was held able day upon the verdant was In the morning. ev. P&ckham will be In !Linden he Slade Gas, and Thompson naully when held to maturity.

ally moved from Lake Butler a mammoth basket picnic shady banks of New River Fya., for revival' (services Sheet Metal. With tooth types the .new increase YOU IIAVE .

1 to Starke and vice versa, four which was the first meetingIn and drinking In the thunder- Bradford Clients Monday, July 5, through the he contract calls for two was to the full legal :
j or five times before the matter the new all-absorbing Court Ing tones of eloquence and following: Sunday at UndeR> General Electric limit ( ,. -Too many paymentsto
units of 61.
was finally settled by dividing House election campaign. ]logic poured forth by the Draw $44,805In Baptist Church During' Rev. 000 BTU's each. Mr. Peek also pointed out make?

the county In the 1920's. Early In the morning the mighty giants of Starke and June Packhams absence on Sunday, that FYedom Shares may now
The controversies of the crowd began to gather and Lake Butler. Welfare] July 21, services:' at Hope The Commission also appro- be purchased across the coun- 1'' -Too many bills to
they kept on coming. They The Church, will !be conducted toy ved repairs totaling $1,700 for ter from juallfied issuing:
present time mild politicians were there Public
are when assistance through t.
came from all directions Joe Shadowens, lay minister. the validating machine In the agents such as banks and savings '_ payToo
rings. and
compared anti-rings the
with the / and State
"pitched from Metropolis of Starke. and Department of from First Baptist Church In office of Tax Collector J. R. and loan asoclatlona. They many tnxe-
battles" that raged between I IWORLD'S some so flat they couldn't Public _
Welfare went to 1,318 Green Cove Springs. Kelly. The Commission and still must be purchased in com- ..C
ring at all-shaking/ hands oersons In "RrQ/lfnr/l. rvmnt.vin
I tl 1
Kelly will coming due
------- ------ Community House split the cost. bination with the Series E! :
with the
fellow citizens bowIng the
of June totalIng -
Community residents of.alt In amounts eaual to* or
and scraping/ to the ladles, 44805.(
ages are welcome at the recreation leas than the Series E. pur
Let Us
kissing/ the babies. Help With Your Money
Bradford assistance was the period held every Monday : Fuqua Joins chases. I
One could behold them elbowing
SMALLEST highest In
District 5, 'with night beginning 7:30: Problems
and smiling/ throughthe the exception o! Alachua, Putnam at the Theresa Community MIMEO STENCILS and ink.
ELECTRIC assembled crowd stir L and St. Johns COunties.. House. Sheriff's OfficeAssistant Duplicating/ machines and
hunting and putting in a prop In Union County, 431 per PersonalsMr. supplies; Bradford County TOWN FINANCE CO
here and there In behalf
ADDING of sons received.$18,064.In> : Clay and Mrs James Chllds Telegraph.In / .
1" his favorite location for 'tem- Police Chief 226 N. Temple Phone 961.7119r & & t:
,I "u a 1,010 clients: received, $27.828! and children of Ft. Pierce, were Ken' -
MACHINE pIe of justice until the Mar- neth Fuqua a seven and -
In a
Baker 463 received $15.780and > Sunday Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. .
t shal of the day announced In Nassau ]1,102 received L.. K. Ohdlds. i i half year veteran of the force Jiuli n'!.* Cuiirt Of Tin. (....ntr
a Mm that the meeting was for the 32117. Mr. and Mrs. Art !HaH of has resigned to become: a In 1'roniitn. iituntr KlurIdn -

purpose of ddscussing the' 1m the Hollywood were guests last county deputy sherff, It was. .in re1: 'Kutatff uf Chart,... DougrliiH -

r'I'I'I whys, wherefores.and howsoever B2S. ,, aged state-at-large and handicapped, 251.- week of her grandparents. Mr. disclosed this week. To Camper All C'i'...ditum,IxtoviiHerl., : And "roonn. BILL POWELLof
.: *, xiever-the-lesrf' the Deputy Having C'luliTiH or f
I 1 'persons received and Mrs. M. Z. Su ltvan. Sheriff Ashley JjvmundH
welfare help Axalnat Hald Kxta.lv.:.
CourtHouse question, and totaling $6,974.000( to help cover Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hammond Brown after working* eight You sod mach of you are
i that the big guns from Starke their costs of asd hla father William years as a county lawman and hereby nutlfled and required" to
W,1IYr, and Lake Butler decent shelter before present any clalnia and dentandH .
were Hammod of Hawthorne that as
are a Starke police- which
,. nourishing food and adequate you or either of
fr/ for bear and about to explode. clothing.In vacationing. In the Smoky policeman, has resigned to may have. against the entate you of t7'1
Then the mighty elementsof Mountains. move to Atlanta to work with Charles Ouufflaa Camp, de. Nationwide Insurance
ceanod late o{ Maid ,
addition to County to
.,j Starke and Lake Butler welfare Guest of Mr. and Mrs. Paul a building contractor. (the County Judge of Hiailforcl 5 d
i j. closed in thunderous uproar checks many recipients also Maynard last week was her Brown left County. Florida, at his office In
." Friday.
benefitted from medical July 5, the court hotian of enid. ) County
and darted blue forked streaks service slater, Mrs. Hettte lCutffi>el"t- and Fuqua will go to work for at Starka. Florida within alx Says:
; at each other, causing havoc paid for by the Depart- son, of Marlon. N.C. On Friday, the county next calendar month from th. time
and ment of Public Welfare. Wednesday, of the fleet publication\'' of thin
consternation Cuth-
amongst Mrs. Maynard and Mrs.
i July 17. Fuqua's notice. Two
move has' coplna of each claim
the audience and leaving the bertson visited their nelce, Mrs. been announced or demand hall .lie In writing "
CARD by both he I' $5.08-A-Month For Insurance Can
.. field strewn with the waveringand Carlton: Rolwell, at Waycross,! ahull mate the place of rettldetire -
Sheriff P. D. ._ .
| Mrs. W. F. Glenn is home 1 Reddlah. and mi t ofri-- *_ -n.iiAM---... -..-
convicted. of the I'lalmant. and shall be Pay $10,000 Mortgage"SAY
,j The fusllade was led by J. from Bradford County Hos- Ga.Mr.. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Fuqua is the third member Hworn to hv the claimant.. IllsRKCnt.
of the
L. Hill of Lake Butler followedby pital and wishes to thank of Palatka, were Sunday I resign in Starke favor police of force to or by attorney a riling and fe accompanied of one YOU'RE :30, just $5.08 a month pays for a

THE INDESCRIbABLE Unifrex M3 Comer L. Peek of Starke everyone for cards flowers Visitors of his parents. Mr. office In the sheriff's dollar and such Halm.. or ,demand Nationwide 20-Year-Mortcage] Protection plan that
the past; eight not
and expressions of kindness Cleveland Sullivan, years. HO filed shall lie void.
and the onslaught was kept up and Mrs. Brown Marjorie 1) will pay off a $10,000 if
Camper mortgage should die
I'. '; Compare these outstanding features) Largo capacitylists by J. B. Crews of Lake Butler extended to her. and their sort, Percy Jr. and in himself was the first AM ,fiilmlnlHtrator of the. KH-' and leave other you ,
10-totals 11. Credit balance: fast (ISO followed''' by T A. Knight of family. 1060. Deputy Sheriff Glen state of AH executor of the your life insurance for your family
standard keyboard Refit even Moore and Fuqua round out |j iit Will and Tr..la".nt of to live on. Call now.
cycles/min.). roomy Starke and ended with O. 'T.Markillie EZERASE TYPEWRITER Relent guests of the J. D. OlmrloH IJiiUKla Camper. dece-
touch, size-no larger than a telephone weighs Just Mr. and trio. I IIM"I.
Grlffls were
8'/i' Its. wellplaced.motor bar paper roll enclosed for of Lake Butler interspersed PAPER Mimeo Paper Bond First publication .
of All three held top Julv 4. 198"!
W. T. Zeigler spots
Mra. on
true portability, handsome carrying eKe Included. A with music by a Paper Notebook Fillers the 7/4 41 7-28 BILL POWELL
sensational quality-built portable machine for years of violin and guitar. Bradford Telegraph. Park and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney city force. Moore and Fuqua -
'1 troubltvfrtey:' service.,TERMS AVAILABLE/ During the Interim beneath : Grlffla, Jr., on: Saturday: Mr. had the assistant chief's Not"! Tav Of, ,Aiuilliintlnn urea. Per Phone 961-6161 and Mrs. R. G. ZeIgler of post. see. I".1.III/ F. S. 401 W. Madison
the spreading boughs of neigh-
ADD Notice !I.
I MACHINE ROLLS Gainesville, Sunday; and Don hereby given that .
,j Bradford County Telegraph borly oaks was spread a File Folders, complete line office Northcut of Gainesville on MASTER MASON DEGREETO T.the J.following Alderman rertlflcateH the holder ha of. Starke, Fla. .

tempting feast which had suppHeF. The Telegraph Monday evening. BE CONFERRED filed. .mild. tlfIcaten, for a taxtI.1 The
to be iHHtied, Man from Nationwide is on Your Side
thereon. Th.
.. : Runnel Lee of O'Brien visit Bradford Lodge No..35 F & ,rrrtlflcnt. number and year
lt. ed Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Le Sat- M. will confer the.. Master Ma- of Immune, the d"m,i'Ipllon\ ot Nationwide Mutual Fire Insurance Co.

:'H-, FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE...... .. urday* afternoon. son Degree at 8.a- m. ,Friday, th"'u.rly.which\ \ It\ was., and,anni'uwd the name are as 10 Nationwide Life Insurance Co.
Mrs. R. M.: Hera y, Jr., was July" 12. AU members are follow*: Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co.
shopping ttn Jacksonville laat urged to attend and 'partlclpate. Ocit If'Irate No. 105. Year of
OlT" Imiitiinre' I 19811.D."rlpllon). Home Office: Columbus Ohio
.. ., ;'t" STARKE, FLORIDA S'. Monday.Mr.. and Mrs. Gerald Hotoppand 10 or ALl< 2 of nf r>Property wllnir Park Lot

:.1! :\', ., .i children Maria, and Michele .

'\ IiJ', ,. I. STATEMENT OF CONDITION : who have been vacationing

: .. .,I I : \ : in the Smoky Mountains, Established 190f
II i visited her aunt and uncle,

"...r.. JUNE 29, 1968 .k;; .. :" Mr. and Mrs. E. S. SLbley en- BodceckbfURNITURI Summer

\ ,. '\1' this route week.to their home In Miami Clearance !

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ha.'rvey and APPUANCtS

and children, and Mr. and
.. Resources
Mrs. Richard Cunningham and
.I 1 daughter: are spending this ''r'
Cove S. C. iutT1 r Ilf.ryw 2-PIECE LIVINGROOM SUITE
week at Bear _
1 Loans and Discounts
$2,439,370.01 Mr. and Mrs. George Hanks e Embossed Expanded
Vinyl Cover
and children of Molrose netted

.! Less Reserve" for Losses on Loans "- f .II'_ 12,335.82 $2,427,034.19. Mr. and Mrg. (R. E. Hank& Fri ,,m' ? .':' ** 84"Zippered$.!! .Foam or Sofabed Cushions' on Settee

1 day.Mr.. and Mrs. Percy SullivanJr. .. Sown Foam on Back and Arms
;.r Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures :: F 287,139.45 attended the wedding: of ; +eyNr, +ea -.+ ': I > I I'.r INCLUDES,
t 1'
Miss Jackie Godwin-amrf Mike oRLO i n, F, it .o.mys..soralt.d
: : at Paran Baptist Church, i ,. 04A1' ( 3Y if Matching Arm Chair
Other Real Estate Owned .*.. \\n'> "" -r' ; -' -' 1.00 Weks Florahome, Wednesday.: Re- -, noel to duo i eoto.h 513'995 I

i x '" of the Sullivan .v.... e o*>. ,,
cent guests
j Prepaid Expenses : odes ? A4i "','. .I....
: 2,696.05 Jrs. and Percy in were I r $10 DOWN $2.25 A_WEEK
and Mrs. 'Elmer .Fulg-hum of
Accrued Interest & Income Receivable ''' 39,637.11 Palatka. Becky and David Mc- 5-PIECE LIVINGROOM SUITE ,

Leod of ''St. Augustine, and Available) In $.!".. Or Sofabed rv

:'.t U. S. Government Securities : 1,531,609.71 and Mrs. Frankle Jean Williams 100% Nylon Face Pile,, Covert. {i "y w i '
.;" 1 and Miss !(l Emily Brown Reveraible. Foam Cushions: r J <

.;; Florida County & Municipal Bonds 1,099,942.27 ,.j .. of Tyler Texas July 4; and INCIUDIS ., ,< s '
Miss Doris Ann Price on/ Sefabwl"
5 '
r Other Tuesday. : Club OwfeV ]14 99 S ,. .: .- *, :'.\
State & Bonds
,, Municipal i I 566,115.76 Think About It Motcnln0. Offoificwi. .
"It Is well to think well; It 2 ream flllow. v '-v -+. ''Nv '

,: Cash on Hand & Due From Banks 265,965.30 3503270.15 is Divine to act well.' Horace $10 DOWN $2.50 A WEEK rye *"wvv'""

Mann) 1 .

b'' TOTAL $6,220,140.84 Gets J I ,

',,,,,....w..niNi?.,c.rarta, ,,. I: i ..._._# ---n---.--.".".. .. U. Bradford

., : I j. 1. '11,1., Big Increase r'' O.Nt >OA.r
o.1a ooRMlye
:) I I ...;_.._ :;. .: .'r I In Racing Funds T cotolls: 'M.e .
.. r-
: '.i 1&( I ; .. '.5 to I Rnwn T"!"-.
r" i Bradford County received MgarOf f Olive
I Liabilities final payment of $24,000 in '

1.. I j'" I '<011"-'__ ., ', 'j race !track the funds amount.last. receivedfrom week. ...e# .-.... ,,,m'' 1'M 3 PC. SOFABED GROUP
300Q00.001r I -"yfr"R 4

Capital Stock ,. ,uw.tlaeel. ; _."-'''''..''''''''...._'+.. '# ,.,;. H ,.. ,. ,1. current this racing source season during to a the total + q" -. .,, With Recliner Chair

Surplus I i 500,000.00 of M9.000.. This to $24.000 -. Entire Group Covered
r with "Clove-Soft"
more than received from racIng 8/ Plallic

Undivided Profits funds during the previous .. 02C7 I COLORS
44,559.56. I ; ti ", /
M ..Ikt M ', ? season. tb I Olive e Dark Tea
the season Just gad'. ** T "9erine e TurqvoiM
Reserve for During .
Contingencies 122,522.60 Brewat
967,082.16 closed. Florida counties received CROUP INCLUDESiSofabed $ *
':. t N
...' a.total of 21.4 millionIn '' 5995 .
Reserve for Taxes Interest Etc. 47,042.95 race track funds an Increase Club Chair .' e
of $1.6 million over i e Recliner $15 DOWN $2.50 A WEEK

Interest & Income Collected, .Not Earned'' : _. : 95,446.06 67 funds season distributed. In the.1966-. MODERN CHANNEL BACK SUITE

Expanded Plastic Cover 1't
Deposits .x "
-war' "of. e : $5,110,569.67 VOC-TECH CENTER rI

TOTAL The BradfordUnion Area SOFA BED SUITE rci' '-
$6,220,140.84 Vocational Technical Center A-
Storage fct
will offer classes In Commer- and wmbe cpoce table curae
cial Cooking: and Baking and l

Waitress Hostess Training arm MarlHe and MaNiebpM. table)top TT : "
September 3. -
starting ..pan.....Platrl C.erS -w-
FLOR'IDA I The classes will be offered ,
during the daytime for adults

and high school students. For 19995 paMV

.. .. . further Information, contact

i BANK 1 'At 1 ;..fr3tltKM'On :! : I : he center at 964-6160. $20 DOWN $3 A WEEK cofoasl I,,.

I YWG h / Brown R.ig. ..Copper

L .of 30.;Banks.of. the Florida National.Group ,!.Member Federal Deposit. Insurance Corp.. Pad_ RUBBER...- Bradford STAMPS Count Telegraph and *i *%* fc JHMllr Iiil2.

v _. I Ph. 90'-0:105: 128 S. Walnut Street
"-1.- ,.: == =_ ==-- -" Phone 961528'JTIIURSDAY

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Section 1-A Pare Two STARKE,FLORIDA TntTOOn.v.T.v. 11ao,
-. ,

both of Chicago, who came VFW Post Legion Post 202 '
175 EnrolledIn Al
South to attend the N wedding Capt. Watson

Keystone Hilites of Mrs. Johnson's granddaughter To Meet July 24 Willlnat tll Keystone ,.GratiuateaFromAerospace ; Council Adopts
Stephen Twe-
dell, the former :Suzanne The local VFW Post will New Officers Swim Program Medicine '

By JIM FOX Johnson of Gainesville. While meet on the fourth Wednesdayof
Please Phone in Your Items 473-4148 In the State they ,also .visited each month with the next Keystone .Melrose American Approximately: 175 children Capt. Alfred: B. Watson Jr., New
their brother, R. E. .Old of meeting scheduled for July Legion Post 202 ,wUl, install and adults are enrolled In the. .a. doctor in the Air" Force, re- : City Slogan
Tampa and other relative In new.officers Thursday night,: LTth Annual swim program recently graduated from the I
I 24.County .July',11 .at o'clock.. District, sponsored by the Rotary dub
WOMAN'S CLUB line .of St. Petersburg. CommissionerElect second phase of a three-year:
partners Keystone.Net
Commander ',of Keystone lieihta.Inatruouon I We Invite You To Enjoy open and being used ,by thepublic.
The KOP lKeystone I on Pa- medalist was Mrs. Charlotte 1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles New- Ralph P. Bryan was the principal Beverly residency in the, Aerospace. .
Our Lakes The Scouts will clean
rade] ended on Sunday, July Roebuck of'Leesburg and man entertained 33 guests ...t speaker at the last meet- of Deland. Mid his o .Bloeee'l' has been proceeding Medicine Program [RAM) .at Of .Beauty. ,
7, with .a reception for the Charlie Head of,Keystone. their home on Lake Keystone, Ing. He was Introduced by oonduot the according to schedule, Brooks Air Force:Base Texas This new slogan for the up the area this week,and It
puollc to meet the artists at Bells were rung for freedomon with an old fashioned 4th of: Commander Julian McRae Ml L members are requestedto In spite of almost dally downpours +, He (s the son of Mr.\ <:Mrs.\ City''' of Keystone Heights was was decided to close ,the .site
., proposed in resolution to the effective Imme
the municipal building. July 4 at the city ball July celebration. The guests who urged members of the attend.Dr. with Instructors provldn Al ,.Watson of Keystone by public
H..H. Adams of ,Starke, ed by .YMCA Mayor I.' Starnes and adopted diately.
The KOP and Included Mr. and Mrs. Pale Post to be proud to sell old- Camp Immoka- Heights.
The art show well at- Swap\ Shop ;
was by the Council at its \
Susie He won the color television set lee City Only one bid was receive
Slpprell and family, fashioned patriotism.
tended with nearly 400 visitors trading post at the Masonic Dr. Watson completed: the
from Keystone, other cities building was a busy place Slpprel and family Dick Sip- pointed out that freedom ..which was given away by Post 'Thefinal fish rry will be first year,of,RAM training,, at :meeting Tuesday nlgnt. It on the old police: car and,the
of Florida, nine other with stalls and customers pa'ell and family :Mrs. Pat never comes easy, and that 202 at Keystone Beach on staged Friday night, July 19, the University of California at will appear on the city's offl- offer of Homer Satterfield for
States, and three foreign buying bargains and enjoying Chrlstoffers and family, Mrs. we should inform our youth July 4. This project was con- In conjunction with the presentation .Berkeley .where he also earned .ial brochures, and other promotional tl 1.60 was accepted.It .
countries. Seventy paintings home made foods prepared by' B. Chrlstoffers Sr. and Sue that with freedom cornea responsibility. ducted under the chairmanship of awards to those 'a master.of public health material. was reported,that all.,delinquent -

were entered and six crafts. members of the Woman's and Bob Spencer. The speaker of Henry Easterling and participating in the program degree He will complete his In a.quiet meeting with little ,garbage fees had

We hope to find more talented Club. The chairmen and,,committee .. Thanks to the quick.think urged that all members take 'his committee. Receipts from the fish fry are'' training In the practical application business, the Council heard been paid except .one. A registered
people ,during the year of projects wish to ing and action of Mrs. Vonclle part in community affairs, used to defray expenses' of the i of the academic, sub a complaint from Homer:Satterfleld 'letter will be sent to ibisdelinquent

to add to our invitation list thank everyone who hoped Ketch, two cars were saved school activities, and In the 1 program, and the support of. jects covered In phase two.. airport\ ownftger.pn- and the .matter
for the next KOP show In make KOP such a success. from ,damage ,when,,a.car left church of their choice. NEWS NOTES the public Is invited.in The doctor, 'who attended I: alter ,concerning) beer cans, t1.im d'over to Municipal
A special ,thanks to the with unset brake began to roll. Charles Sawyer, School I Melrose High School.received I)3..A I, paper and other rubbish Ut.I Judge Fremont ToUes for ac-

1969.The KOP golf tournament BradfordCounty; Fair Assoc Mrs. Ketch managed to stop Board member-elect, has been By llelen tEg 4UI and M. .D...degrees from.I 0e_>t1ne j _.tbe..J3oYout.a..on: .tI n.,1 if Jt remains unpaid.

attracted golfers from, Lees-: iation for the loan of art the,car before It collided witha Invited to speak! at ,the ,next ... North Carolina.. .While,there Emory University Atlanta. Crystal Lake which has been It was announced that studies -
burg, Palatka, Gainesville I screens used for hanging pic parked/ car. Just a reminderto meeting. COMMUNITY.CHURCH she entertained He Is,a member of Sigma Chi !. had beep,.completed on the
Lake City ,and'Hawthorne, as tures. other thoughtless drivers.. Veterans who served over-I 'The .Board, of Stewards-will] a group of social fraternity. tratfc light at the Intersection.
well as our Keystone golfers. ST. WILLIAMS! NEWS I ST. ANNES NEWS seas are Invited to attend. I meet Friday. July 13, at'7:30: I friends at ,A house party. His .wife, Barbara ,la the EZERASE TYPEWRITE!. of Hghway ooand.,,21, and
The winning team, best' ball, Bingo( is played every Friday The very best wishes go to I p. m. in the educational build- ,Dr- and Mrs. A. C. Holt. ,daughter of Col. and Mrs. PAPEK: }Mime ;Paper Bend it will be-changed in-'accordance -
night at the church hall. Play I The Rev. W. I. Jones In hon 'This ,: Hfhlje' >their summer home
blind partner consisted oBobby ,ing. reporter erred as to IPspr.| NeteboykFilter1, wiJi recommendation
begins or of his recent ordination to ;win ,:each English at the James A. Evans! Sr. of Savannah 1 { >.prevtou
promptly at 7:30.(
: date In last week's issue.
Hayes, a Junior golfer, the Holy Order -Priesthood. State Prison In Ralford. Mar- roonttiyied On Next Pap : 08.v Bradford: Commit\'leJenapJJ.'\ : by. the Council-
There will be a 'food sale .
..,, aged 12, and Carlton Paul, 1 The Board of Trustees will: -
on Sunday. July,21, at the St Anne's is honored and ,,ty took one of.our. cute black ,meet Sunday. July 14, for'their''B ---- a I, :' sr..wrrawr ,1
1 church. More details later.. proud to have .been-a small 'kittens home with him.N'e ,regular monthly meeting -
HERE AND THERE part In his religious ,life. Al gave another one to Ginny The first workshop meetingof

KEYSTONE Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mc- at St. Anne's wish FatherJones Bleasdale of Keystone Heights' the .Ch! ,rch Women: planning -
Lean entertained Mr. and the very ,beat In his Yesterday It sure Is bad to
. and programming for the
r Mrs. Harry Rudolph, and their life's endeavors.The let them,go,.but we still( have) Fall Bazaar, was held yester-
four children of Atlanta Qa.I EYC enjoyed a trip to ,ithe Siamese kittens to play
Drive-in TheatreFri day. It Is to everyone's interestto A
last week. Bonnie McLean returned Juniper Springs last Sunday :with for a1 few more weeks. try to attend each Wednesday :Statement of Policy
-Wednesday( we spent the
to Georgia with the afternoon for swimming and a at ,10 a. m., with Intermission -
day and had dinner with Aunt
Sat -July 12, 13 Rudolph family for a brief Dlcnlc. Those providing transportation for a sandwich. lunch.
visit. Mrs. Rudolph is Mrs for the group Hudson .PERSONALS I
McLean's sister. Miss Jan Paul and Tom .!Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Z>.Ii
HOSAURO RUSSELL Sgt. George Allen Is spending Olnny Oarnar. A canoe trip daughter. ''Fay Hamilton and Meyers.and daughter, of Hous-i
a week with his mother down Juniper Creek is now i In daughters were also guests ton, Texas, enjoyed: a visit
&MADEE1TCGHNICOUOK Mrs. Lena 'Clemens, of Hill- the planning stages for late Thursday Norman and;: Fay with ,Rev+ and Mrs. Leon F.; Lest there. be misunderstanding of.
Hwrulton and daughters Cor our objectives aims and motives
.IIOSIIIUIIID'S I crest. July. The EYC will have their" Milner lat; week. Mrs. Myers : in pur
Thomas.Ketch of Rome regular Evening Prayer Ser- lne,and Alfred Hudson and ',Mllner sisters.:i effort
and Mrs. are to legalize the
sale of
(Tony and Jean'Ball AH of alcoholic beverages in
Ga. Is spending .the :weekend vice and meeting next Sunday. Other recent guests of the; -Clay'County, we make the
: K f with this parents, Mr. and evening at 7 o'clock. Gainesville,were supper guest Mllner were' Mr. and Mr .
A UNIVERSAL P$;TUne\,/ ... Mrs, Arthur Ketch. FIRE DEPARTMENTTO I pf the Chittys. In the.middle, John C. Milner and children. .1 following .statements:
pf trying to cookout on, the
Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan HONOR TEAM of Fott town, Pa. .
Sun. Mon. Tue. tfrtU.lt. .came,a .toad strangler.)
of Nelson's Point have returned The Keystone Heights Volunteer Foster Holland, brother of'i '
July 14, 15, 16 from a trip: to New Jersey. Fire Department will l Put, we finally got It done Mrs. Marvin R. Bowen, reports ,
Their" 'grandchildren, Kathy honor the Little League championship anyway. Friday. night, Pete, that Betsy Rae who has been I
BANNINGRobert and Jimmie Klelndienst ofStittwater. team. The Vouivteer. Joyce and George Barton ateqpper I, We are.er.Rted.only In .
with Uncle on ,a cruise! ,since early May, an orderly, digni ]awe. :OChey.need; our:,help.'' Our aim Is to
WagnerJill N. J., accompanied with a partv at the fire house us. Sunday. visiting ail the Far Eastern fied, respected and legal system of liquor '
James and Aunt Clara Sullivan run ,the bootleggers>{ put 'pf .the county.
St. John them and will spend a long Saturday July 13 at 4 p. m torts embarked at Los'Angeles sales in Clay County. ,
summer vacation In Kaystone All members of the team are of Williston came up and on,July.9. From there she
Wed., Thur. July 17, 18 The -Sulllvans are happy to invited to attend. stayed until Monday.morning. will again board,the tourist 2 .
report their daughter Virginia President Huntley RedfearnJr. They are both pn vacation cruise We know and everyone else knows that 5. We believe that ,.if ,there' is a moral l issue
freighter which .will
this week. They are .golni there I Is ".Buch thing involved loin legal WE
control. 'HASTEN
ROUGH NIGHTIN Is recovering from a recent reminds members of the through the Panama Canal to as a workable prohibition -
Illness. department that the second mullet fishing on Tuesday and New'York City about August law in .our county. There is no TO SAY THAT WE ARE SURE THAT
JERICHODean Mr. and Mrs. James Cook are coming back up here to such law at federal level. Neither THE MORAL PHASE
stuffing letters for the an- 1. Mrs. Hazel Clark of Keystone is there ,OF IT IS ON
Martin entertained house guests, Mrs. nual association member drive smoke some of them. Heights will, meet her such a Jaw at state level. Therefore, how OUR SIDE. We say 'so because we
Geo. Peppard Cook's brother Fred Olds, and/f will be held at the fire house Mr. and Mrs M. J. Johns In New York and they will could! there be such a law at county level -know that it is immoral to allow boot- "
and on have been down vacationing
sister Mrs. Alice Johnson, Saturday night, July 27, at 7 and have had Jots) of spend a month at Mrs. Clerks leggers to operate in out county. Boot- ,
o'clock. summer home In Massachus 3. As evidence and leggers are criminals and law
company last week. They Included proof of the above state gangsters
The annual Fireman's Ball: : Tuesday and .:Wednesday etts. Both will return to Keystone .. ment, we quote from a story appearing violators who sell liquor to our youth at ,
I will be held in August, date :.Nor' and Mrs EHery, ,Sapp about-September->1. 'In the October 1948 issue of True Maga all hours of the day and-on-Sunday. We
to be announced later. Mr. and Mrs. Van Mllnerand
of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. zinc The story contains this believe that prohibition is immoral since
At the last meeting on July''Glen non, .:former Keystoners, statement
2, it was reported that the, Johns who and family of who recently moved' to Richmond frm Mr. Elmer L. Trey, former chief of the Tit encourages and makes possible the operations

department had only three, for Jacksonville the fourth. Thursday.were ,Alo.wn Mrs.' Va., write that they are U. S. Treasury: Department's Intelligence! of the criminals. The violation

fire calls during June. There Mary Johns; Mr. and Mrs. enjoying their new home. 'I Unit: "I think the Treasury's Depart of one law the prohibition law .
14 ambulance calls during Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. ment's Intelligence the violation
ar were Warren Johns and two chil- Unit has the greatest encourages of other laws.
d ,the same month.INDIAN dren of Jacksonville Mr. ,and Swinford and daughter .of crime-fighting record in America. We Prohibition encourages law violations.

-............... Mrs. Clyde Johns and three Gainesville of Mr, were and Sunday Mrs. J.visitors O.' smashed the Capone gangs, the New York
children Mr. and Mrs. Bar- gangs, the untouchable thieves of the Huey
field and two. children all of Hanson. and enjoyed the KOP Long and the Boss Pendergast 6. We believe that the citizens of our community

BEACH Starke and Logan Prosser of art ,show'during the afternoon. We solved the crime of the gangs. are entitled to exercise their personal -
r>. Swinford is Mrs. Hanson's century .
Jacksonville: Saturday Ntr.and Prohibition forbids
the Lindberg kidnapping. In two and this.
(Lake ..... r.) Mrs. John Langston and son.Mr. decades a half Citizens in m'any other counties in our
Check and :Double .Check. 871 Michael .O. Chttty two children and ,-Phil and and Mrs. Hill Brannon dollars from we recovered tax more than a billion state have this freedom. Why.should we
Jr. *, children of Birmingham evaders. BUT IN
.an '
Ph. &1 -Sl1J Ann Debllly and two children of Clay County be denied !
this freedom
Ala. have been visiting. KEEPING AMERICA\ DRY, WE WERE ?
of Jacksonville
: Sunday Char- ?
.AAAA. ......_
lie and Ola Bell Burnett of parents
Check all our banking services Including a 1 Howdy do to you I Did you Ralford. Looks like they have and Mrs. Boy, ) Bridges, of.. 7. We believe that
Legal Control is
Regular or Special Checking Account to fit your all celebrate with a big bang? had lots of help to enjoy their Lake Bridges Geneva.twin sister Miss of Marilyn Mrs. :' We don't think it necessary to elaborate on safe, Bound.and sensible system of the handling only'

needs. You can pay your bills quickly and conveniently Someone works going did.off We at 11:30 had: p.fire-m. vacation.Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lewis of Brannon; ,spent several weeksat world's this statement" ,except to say that one of the liquor sales in any county. We believe in
with on the fourth. Our lake was Ft. :Myers-were fourth of July the Bridges summer home law enforcement agencies being realistic about this matter. We .be-'
a Checking Account, and cancelled willingly admits that it is impossible lieve in
your to facts
relatively quiet for it to be a and weekend visitors of PQte en- facing whether we like them
' check is your receipt. So safe too. Let us holiday. Many people were out and Joyce Barton. Saturday the prohibition law. Since this law could or not We detest hypocrisy. .
swimming, skiing and fishing night visitors for supper were KEYSTONE not enforced at national level and at state
help you choose the Checking Account for you. and enjoying the weather. We James. : 'Crickett! and Mike level, how can we expect ,|lt. to.be enforced '
really did! have some rain the Chltty and Atha Copeland. at county level It simply cannot be done. .SWe: shall.-keep i in existence.The Commit .

last of the week and It-looksaa Mrs.'William Argo. and chil tee For Economic Development, Inc. We
KEYSTONE STATE BANK If we will have some more o' HEIGHTSDIRECTORY 4. We are interested only in civic and cornassure the citizens that this is not a -fly-
) If It had kept up our road munity improvement. Our aim is to assist by-night.orgagizatlon
,but one that! is.
Member F.DJ.C. Keystone Height, Fla. would have had as much: ,water Oa., visited Mrs. H. T. 'SmIth in increasing our over-all economy. Our jnanent and devoted to the betterment per-of
as we have under our over the weekend. motive is to assist our over-worked law
"Y ur Friendly Bank In Your Friendly dock. Speaking of roads, we MIss McEachin and: Miss enforcement agencies to enforce the liquor the that community.Legal Control 1 We works.fully intend .lo see
crutchfield were visiting their
called Mrs. Chastaln to fop d ,
Community, out the latest on our paving. aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. BEAUTY snop
She said that the money .,Owan'Brysrst. on Sunday. Mr.
would) be the ready the first and Mrs. Lagrasse and daughter KEYSTONEBEAUTCVSHOP

of August for the county's ;of Gainesville were visiting -.-- .
part and the State .Road, ,, them on the fourth, of -: --

Board lays the bids can be Julr. Edit "41'--"_OWMP We Trust .

let as soon as the money Is Sheryl Ellis and;'Mr.and i I I Personal Creative Hair Styling That We Have QUESTION NO. I
Kevstone Beach made available. Maybe i t .Mr. Kearns Ellis .of !Tampa'' Every; Form of Beauty Made, Ourselves I FOR S.Ilia, Intoxicating Uquor., ]II Tt
won't ,be as ]long as 1t bas and' Mrs. Quinn and.Johnny)I Culture Tue-Sat. 9-S: closed Clear Wines .*. sea. I:._ _
been. of Rlncon, Oa. were vlettag T

t/ On Monday night of last )fr. and Mrs Oeorgel&1,, lt-1> )]I I NURSERY So That You

: Keystone week we were surprised! witha 'The whole. Kite clan was on Will Better Sailing Intsalcstfny Ligeaa. _):
Heights visit from some old friendsthat hand to celebrate the ,..fourthof t O.C. Games Nursery Be Able AGAINST wfau or see. J_
used to July with Mr. and Mrs. ,
I live In Starfce. W. nwy.JOO. Flomhome
> To Cast An
Presents Mr. and Mrs. Martin Allen E. Kite Jr. ,Friday,. "Kibes Nu.-ry.. dtoakr> Thousands .
and son, Dale of Pompano attended the, LJOTW Club '(]ten of Plant. .Fruit Treo to IntelligentVote .t\\ :
Beach visited us and brought t fry In Keystone tIe %it.t t. ,,/Bun, choose from Shade Trees, ..
UNITED STATES PARACHUTE their nephew and niece, Mr day, Rodney pen.t., e.d&.3. :,' greens & Landscape Ever-I
and Mrs. J. R. Saul and son with his psreufa, containers.
CLUB AFFILIATEDSt. Marty of Starke. The Sauls I '.QUESTION NO. 2
Mrs. Latture who. hN been Camellias A Aialeu 1 FOR ,
Johns Sport Parachute Club have Just moved to Starke Visiting' 4n 'MK ffl ga n Iorputte. \ 4 : )t-et Us ,Do Tour Landscaping\ FOR Sates.., the.'asksgs ant, Drink =-_:). : ,' .' ,
from Georgia and Mr. Sauli awhile returned .
}iprne ,J1tt1! I- LEGALCONTROL X
Mr.Mrs.. lattuSe? ..st1V eek. II I USED CARS I I \ J
SCHEDULE Bill and Ppt .xut.Pnpe '

Water : OF SERVICES idsI ine ulna! pargbps.Ts; :find [ Hanka Used Cars 'I FOR S.lea by the rctcs Qnbj / >> -. : \ rOn

Jump Arthur Lufcfen. \\ for',few, i BIG CASH DISCOUNT
PARK weeks before BUI1 *m.be stationed T'E' R'M'S' 'I July .23 ,
', ,
I in :
Pjinftma"Clty On ;; ; TRADEd ..
of the the BUYRaiLBUoa -
I fourth} :.of July:JWyrye.arjd -

SUNDAY JULY 14TH PALMSSUNDAYS Red DaushUry: 1 1H Chad! 'an 11twy. too 8 Hue I,s. .stack I
I little FredrDs4rglitery, of -:Miami

Doug and Sharon Lutgcn, 1
Precision Landings on Inner Danny and;.<.43ue'Lut enof rrtixcttwc'IpINSIST CLAY COMMITTEE .FOR ,;s'
Tube 11:00 A.M..- 7:30 PM. Gainesville\ SJDltty'and"Roxle THAT ALt TOtTBCONCBUCTX I .... A:

Target : THURSDAYSi Smith of XjKUaanue, and ) PRODUCTS: .i ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT tL :4
i 7:30: P.M. Ruth and Fop p..IM rtjr' AJU) .3HDB RESTFROMFdward'a.Building "
JUMPING FROM | FUNDAMENTALBIBLE and children.,.of:'Jacksonville.spent { INC. i .
the day.wttt 6 the Jut- : :
: .
2:0.0 P.M. 'TILL 6:00 P. M. : TEACHING "41114. .Myruce, Ppd'yi,', +Pi4R
All Ben lees Held la The Daugherty..tb daughter and Supply, 'InC. 1 W. BURGH;STUMP,, ChairmanTIlE
,I New Bible Center. grandchildren of Jacksonville >72. 8. Mate-372-4S44'

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1-- .of the JaolcMiller*. Sunday I-We, 1CGn't-beI'--otfI.! e&It JohwiALM.; .h mma Gl'Uvel'j I roturrwdLLAaU u yuiu-'ti duly In I 8:30: a. m. I and will feature nil I'1kdugA(1, (1 7d1"+" n'eq' I"'l'es.j.Jdt.! )( ; | Kite Flying MayBe I EZERASE TYPEWRITER

INDIAN BEACH the Millers had as guests But some folios s>#y. .and children, of .South Vietnam Donna was In J1oml"D'\l1de cakes, pies, i>rownies.cup 'Glrftu l1 Kiicland: Ut vicepresident 'PAPER Mimeo Paper, Bond
Peggy, COburn and Suzy'RainofOalneav1Ue.Mracid That he's the President. Sue.Grover of Starke.and HarHarrto Hawaii to meet him. when he ,! cakes and fudge.. It is ; Mrs. W. O. Preston, 2nd Dangerous
Mrs.: Of the K. K. K. Porter of Waldo. returned; she had been visit. sponsored by the Junior Wom vlcepresldet; L. !B. Nicholson, I'Near Power LinesThe Paper, Notebook Filter -
John Ctialker and Judy and Here comei.de Judge, (.From .proceeding Pace] Charles of Kails Church;,., .Va., Here come de Judge. like to send cards to Rev. A. Don Meaohen: who .live there. The men !Ire. Melrose who !belong Bartlett Secretary and
childhood of kite
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Latsko and F. figglaston his address is Lt. McGuIre will report to Ft. to the National Guard Mrs. Retha Mae Wanton, sport
spent the weekend with them. ole.Judge be the ..Jiiii
flying can dangerous
Stewart next wt'tlc. FU. Stewart, Treasurer.Drivers
B'tHukkllewUm:, Avenue Bar- are training At
eon of Gainesville, John Mc- Blew .
Mr. and Mrs. Henry An- hia cool I last ifv eek.tUPPedms .State Board of Health warns, I
of North Clure.of Gail 41lF. Jur...and H.: wig boursvUlle?, W, Va. 20604. Certainly Mr and Mrs. Dock( Tiaojn. visited Ga., for two weeks.
.Springfield. : when kites
drews IJyal childrg u Up Pftk.
with his
spent Monday
flown electric
Va. are iMiikbig(l oC;him. II Chamiberlin] in Willlaton. a's Club meeting ',5lfJ Jpr. near power
and '
Mr. '-
Mod Mrs.Dyal Lpsesne Tier -BAPTIST 1
gs-de JudMe'I'hfre
and brother-in-law ,
sister! Mr. p.g \ I .Mr. and Mew W. E. Madden The Hinnant and: (Morris July 1ft at the home of Mrs.Rus.rell Must Show lines.
Mrs. L W. Norswor hy. of Brqo r. .. : "goea,,,de Judge. in other of
and (- ,family held a reunion Lake at 8:00 Incidents parts
Paul acid.daughter of Clinton S Ci.; on Dougherty : p.m.Don't First Baptist Church Rer.
Lee and-Oregory spent They and took Correct Address
They traveled o.n clown to came pur the country have generatedthis
the were guests last week of Mr. Swan. Those attending Inoluded forget the arts and Lawrence Carroll pastor. Sunday -
Sarasota and 'plan to'stzty:{ 4th of,JU&.AIKI( thenYefk-Jliis.( Judge. and( .Mra.!>;Rt F. aimmona. ,the 'parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Al- crafts class] held each Wed. Concern. Pour children In School 9:45: a..m Wor- --
end .with hls.moWter. ..JoStrandoerg. Off to the Parm. Motorists their
on the way back. Mr: and \ "Funny" ,Rev and Mr*. James Fink ,belt' Hinnant and Air. and Mrs .m>nduy at 1:30: at the ParIsh renewing Alabama were burned when I ship Services, 11 .... m. and
I ; 'Now 'they Mrs. John'Hoydick and daughter \ wp ,and family are ..vacationing in i Howard Morris, ant Mr. and House. There iwa an they, were using strIng witha
7:30: m. Training union,
4'axle M4bjr3.pf t G 1J.y1Ue, Where he'll do harm. make the clerk the p.
nobody types
Connie of Jacksonville the imnountabui of North Caro- Mrs. David Hinnunt and son ance last wek of 37. auend.1 metallic element. Another
spent 'Sunday with the Nors- was visiting! ,.h1& wster..JmdbrotherlnJAw..t'4r There wentde. Judge !II IJUja.' ,of Mlddleburg, Mr. u-rul Mrs. The bulletin board (( correct home address including three-year-old child In the 6:30: p. m. Nursery open for .... .

worthys. Pap fcnd'Reba spent .. .and. Mrs. -There'! 'werjt, de Judge. ,,Gue ta Jut.week of Mr. and [Donald ChoH&miin and son of community has been! put up at Zip code according to advice same state was electrocuted I all services.
the fourth of July at the Guy Fred.SwegpJ &p.r..QnnuusYt :, Bay'!.pdd 7001 .all know de! Mrs. K. :M. Robinaon ,IDqhld.d< Jacksonville, Mrs. Marian :Mor-' the Post Office Those with from the Florida Highway while, flying A kite with his. CATHOLIC ...
Andrews home on Kingsley $ Ray, .w R zaqma ..Mat.boll: Judge, .Is".'4ne. one. thfllr daughters, Mrs. Andy ria and son Mr. and Mrs. Russell -'Items they want put' up can Patrol father. Because a kite fell .
: ( William's
St Church
Mrs. John Rlbba of and three daughters:\:. are .>.stay and "The address and Zip code 1 24,000 I
Lake Ofiok! and children of Miami; Dougherty children, give 'them to the postmistress across( power lines perSons ,
Mass 9
day aa m. WednesdayMass
Gainesville also visited themon ing at Mrs. Swearingen _Sr. and Mr. and (Mrs. !Richard Connie MId< Carlo Morris (Linda Mrs. Mary McGee. are important because your' In California were with
Monday. lake place tbs.weeJt. They.are E.WS' NOTES' Logsdon AOd children of Orlando Price and Jlr. unit Mrs.\ There will too n story hourat renewal two years later depends -: electricity. and Novena 7 p. m. .....
Billy and. Jimmy Weber of from Jacksonville. ; and" two nieces, Mrs. Dean Crouch and sons, all of the library' on Wednesday upon having a correct The State Board of Health j I' CHURC1iSunday ,
Jacksonville spent the week- Karen Reddish' of.Starke May Hutdheaon .and children .:Melrose. morning in August. The time, address on record" the FHP I,suggests( that various cords or I School 8:40. m. """"
end with their parents. Mr. spent the1 weekend with' 'her 1 lOt .tCha&tatioog&i.I ( Tenn., and Rev. and Mrs Wm. A. Pop- will be annoucedl.ter.. strings may be used for kite,. Morning Worship, '11 a. m.. .
and .Mrs.Jamss.Ltobbine.. /grandparents Mr. and Mrs. XX ,[From iPreoeedlng Page] Mrs.:.Joe W. Smith: and chil pall]) had as guests lost' week Volunteers are still neededat says.Address Informaton for issuance -. flying,but they should not]I, Nursery at 11. o'clock' service "
W. Carpenter.Thursday, Mr. her mother, Mrs. F. F. Gaines Molroie: School sort from Tallahassee will only Rev I/eon-F. Mim er, ,:
Mrs. Ida WhItehead will In Montreal. N. C.. had the dren.of Stevenson, Ala. \ to help I contain,any ./metallic elements.
leave Wednesday to go back and Mrs. Fred Brock and pleasure of Dr. Holt baptizing .David'' .Fjirmer of Spencer, and nephew, Paul Stewart of library cards.M. ,be taken from drivers licenses However, any string even cot )j' syrEPISCOPAL _.._
to Columbia. S. C, where she children.: ,Mf, a rld,\dl's. David their -granddaughter.. iN. C., Is pendingthe. summer Fernandina Beach. Rev. Pop- A. C. renewed after July I. 1068. ton without any metallic element -
will have more medical work I Reid and sons and Mrs.'.Helen KImberly Ann daughter of with his grandmother: :Mrs. pell has Just returned from :Mr. Stevens, of the Farmers When the new system starts j will conduct electricity St. Anne's church Rev.

done. Walker and ucamdsona of Mr. and Mrs.!Ronald1 Putnam LTQbn A. \\Ro a. pending two weeks at Camp Home Administration in in 1070 a certificate to renew when ,it Is wet from rain or William I. Jones. Vicar Jloly ?"
While talking with 'Mrs. Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. of Rockville. Md.dldr3.Aiijrerva.Wheeler. "':The) A. H. Lowe family will Weed. Gainesville 'was guest speaker ,iwlll be mailed-; to the address' dew. i Communion. 8at .m. .every(
John Shaugneasy. learned Dolph Reddish and children for- hoMji' family reunion at Lake Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Porter. ,at t the Melro.so Action Com- on file. Licenses cannot be Sunday. First Sunday. Holy
and Donna < OevMtt'pf, Stailce: Susan July:( '21. field and daughters, Sheryl and mittee meeting last week. He renewed without the cerUIl\
that Mr. Shaugneasy' 8
pro- l1J.8111y\tar, Spring .Lake, has : a. m. and 9:30:
well visited! the Oewpenters. I 'Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Price Jeanie of Leiwiaburg, W. Va., explained what loans were \ GLASS
gressing his surgery. transferred her membership in cate.According a. m. Second, third and four- _
.Fred" Thieman In !will spend a few with( available and talked] about low
Hope to see him out and and Corlne\ ; the;. community [Church to !spent! the weekend visiting days to the FHP. a th Sundays Morning Pray.s'
around again" soon. have been to Hvn}{ >lsveyBlp.'\ .Kllapbeth; r Memorial Georgia.Mr., her twin sister and family Rev cost housing.In post office number Is not sufficient FOR ;EYERYPURPOSE! er, 9:30: a. m. Evening Prayer "
{ Mrs.-W.' D. laenhower and Mrs. James Neale, and other 'bu-rlnesa, '
to visit rrlends Mad+alepegd- Church ( and a Tory If a street address is
Mr. and Mr. James Klnch- Methodist Jackson- -Sunday, 7 p. m. Holy Days .,
Ing the rest of this week here. have-returned from a trip children.Mrs. hour for the library was dis available. A home address. including Mirrors
en had lots: of to vllto Her will be .announced. "
company. husband died a short'time (
on the lake. ", to dlnton.Mo., where they Ed Allen and childrenare cussed. Mr. Joe Mullein] 1 in the. Zip code must be:
them celebrate the .
help Well' this brings us to a ago. and Mrs. Wheeler visited..their daughter and son- spending the week in Jacksonvlle. charge of the program. on file. FOR EVERY PURPOSE
of July. Among the guests close of another exciting week Is now living with her son In lntow.Mr.. :and Mrs. Fred ]) Mrs .Roy Watkins. Melro "The entire operation depends : -LUTHERAN --
were: Mr. and Mrs Minchu.. on Indian Beach. Mother Is Jacksonville.The Locke and their son, Bob Isen- MelVin !Spires of Now Orleans School principal, talked about upon drivers telling the SE'S' Divine Worship II... m.;'

Mrs. L. S. Klnchen Mr. and I. tired) of typing for me. I ,was William Plnons. of hoHvwr. ] La., is visiting his broth. the remodeling that Is going: on ,,clerk their right address when Sunday. Holy Communion. 2nd
Mrs. M. C. Kelly and family Smith Lake have returned and :Mr. and at the school. :Mr. Sunday. Services.held
er sister-in-law Courtney eh
bittby a yellow fly Sunday Lt. and Mrs Troy McGuIreare renewing their licenses, then GLASS CO. _
Mr. Mrs. R. C. Howard 1 '
and ,
from their annual Memorial
hand visiting his parents, Mr. Mrs. A, C. Spires. volumtered his services. the Department of Sunday at St: Anna's : -
and..cannot,use my :,)Ie- keeping Episcopal
and !
and family, .Mr. Mrs. R- Day visit to LeRoy,'Kan.Mrs. J72- 3I5 372-4353 -
..:Mr.. 'Herman: andDonna's There will be a bake sale Officers for Church. :
cause It Is swollen so. .Since and McGuire the coming year Publlo Safety Informed: of any Richard Meyer
1.. Burns and 1 1313 N.W. 4th Place
and and
and Mrs. John family RStokes.: .,Mr.Jr. there:'is no news,' until :next / .Ethel\ Weyman ., grandmother, Mra. Pa- Saturday', July 13 at the Post were announced. They were change after renewal" the Gainatvilla minister. :
'week h ore's Leeon with ,a Arthur Coombs will return lq.B yd; f.t.: McOuire' has just Office.' The sale will begin* at FlIP said. -
and family all of Jacksonville. this weekend from their'an- --
Allen .FItzgerald' ; Rochelle' poem brought on. by Rowan' nual visit..In Pittsburgh. ; Pa. ; .

Ga. and Mrs. O. J. Hunter of and Martins Laugh In.LEEON'S Mrs.J. H. McEachern is,recovering -I SAVE 8t. HALVES OR

Abbeville, Oa. were visiting 1 CORRNER ; slowly! from eye surgery SLICES IN
Thursday to Saturday and I "Here,Come De Judge"Here and Is able to he up and MONOGRAM
brought Mr. K1nc hells' mother come de Judge. I about the house. Del Monte !:
Mrs. Veal from Georgia Here come de Judge. Mrs.Al Legasse'iwaa pIe to I
where she had been visiting Order In the Court room attend ,church: services 'last r LONG GRAIN
for a few.days. Friday -Wr. Here come de Judge. Sunday. She has been at CLINGPEACHES

and Mrs. Alan Kite of Gainesville Did you all know home .a few ,weeu"now but MAYONNAISE l I "
were visiting and Sun That the Judge Is coming. still requires a,great deal of :
day Mr.)and .Mrs. Jim MJzell It's cigarettes and whiskey _

and family p.nd.Ur. and Mrs. That he's always bumming.. rest.From time to time newcomers .
#26 29oz CAN LI/VUT/ PLEASE :
M. C. Kelley and family vis Here come de Judge arrive to enjoy our fine *' :J I
ited. Monday the Klnchens Here come de Judge. lake area. Recent,arrtvale_are
took Mrs. Val to Jackson- Just as we suspected. Mr. and Mrs. William Dykes SUPERMARKETS 3LB 0
ville. He is stoned again. and Infant daughter,.formerly 29c
Mrs. Rosetta Estes and He alnt been sober. of Gainesville. They are occupying CELLO
Barney Nelson of McIntosh Since Lord knows when. the former Turner '....:Juru.OA
were recent luncheon guests Here come de Judge house adjacent to 'Nelson ,Miff! GOOD rHUUOAY IHII1 ?,; ; .
Here de ,mi not Hid ..
come Judge. ..
Point south. Mr. Dykes ta an outmiir menu inima .
I electrician and his wife Is an

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.Always Good Used Car and Dean Stlnaoru of ..
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BEAUTY ACADEMY Paulus Music Co. Stlnson and uncle and.Mr.family..and Mi*.,Jerry:. l". ., BLUE .

American Band String Instruments Mr. and Mrs, Eugene:Map .'... t, )) -.,\ .... :
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Hairstyling ...School Gibson suppu.-.zn.atrucUon Guitars: &: Amplifiers Beach.Parker of Farmlngton_ aLee ; is 12oz, 4' discount health and "1.. ,;

Academy Roberts Recorders N. H., spent last week withhis ., CANS r beauty aids '
XI W. Monroe 885-9591 Music Library-Exp.rt step-daughter Mrs. Walter '

Repair Department Wilson, Sr. Mr. Parker a Dixie ChefSPAGHETTI :;
RiversideHairstyling 41 W. Monroe 305-8447 former tfelflnntsol tWaiarea t TURKEY .
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Peavy Brothers I Kate McClellan of Starke. ,?. ..6/$1' TOOTH PAST
Chlckerlng and Other :Mr. and :Mrs. D. I* Tuten f family Sit* "
Electric Cot Name Brand Pianos and children Dougle and< Paula, *** 61 --
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Generators:--6tart r. Roosevelt Mall 888-8319 er Mrs. Pearl Wlngenbach.
Armettare Rewinding' :Mr. and (Mrs. W. H. Align 'NI CHUCK '
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SEWING CENTER New London,Conn., where they;
MATERNITY WEAR visited Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cq- ., /
burn and children. Mrs: : Co-
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H. & N. en. Mrs. Allen] speat4ha week- ,
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J Console Model make fancy de. ing a couple of week In Ala- [

signs. stitches, monograms chua General Hospital.Mr. CHOICE ... o. CABBAGE -
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"Jaakionvllle'i") Moat (Complete make button holes _* blind\ ,daughtres.TpC. 'pf ,St,AugU- '" ." t rLS
Shop for Mother-to-Be Utchej. No attachments tlne spent. Sunday with his "( 7eI -..

'*. Prnionstretora J<& or IS 1 per mother }irs.fBersrioe.4aao.Iri, 5 I.'r>,1/'
.JUDY'S mo. Call Jax 771-1830 the afternoon they all visited 1 Ibs +a .
MATERNALANE Mr.: .and'Mrs. O..It. Gano at
their home on Lake Swan. as ,4eek,6akefh FAMILYSIZE RING, SWEET JUICY CALIFORNIA WHITE:
IttOT Park St. 3356015I .WESTERN STORE ,Mrs. Walter, :Wilson< Sr, .receIved $

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01 sing "Happy'Blcthday.".vMr. t;;
JacksonvilleTo Western Store and ,Mrs. ,BObby Tlaon
YNMAILt TRIUMPH of Gainesville< visited his 'parents
:eco 650co Western ClothIng Leather [Mr-. and Mrs. Dock Tison
dales Parts Service &,oodl. Saddles and Trailers and family.

Used Motorcycle la Stock Charles A Sharon Petty Cuets'of Mr.-and-;}Mrs.JjO.. -
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believe 12 foot boats and over had a big string of fish Mrs. B. F. Grimes and son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence,Adi- brother and. aiater-ln-law. Mr. Estes. veterans; Prior to the passageof
are required to have two lights Here's a tip you fishermen Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. kins of Bowling Green spent; and'.Mrs. Virgil Hollyfleld' all Mrs. Mary Jane Jones and this law, veterans of this
4 VOICE of theSPORTSMAN and remember to have themon might like to try. Many peo- Jimmy Dyal and family; Mrs Ii&veral'dll1ya with his parents. of Rutherfondton. N. C. Steve and Stanley attended a particular. period could be Issued -

even when you are fishing.' ple including myself, have Finley, and U. D. Dyal all o f Mr. and Mrs. J.. E., Adktns.. Mr,r and Mrs.' Oliver Murray family reunion: In Thonotoesaon ,. a burial flag only when
Check your game warden to been catching bream on a Keystone Heights; and Mr Mr. and Mr. Marvin 'Corley' .of1.-St. George, S. C. spent a Saturday. they had actually completed
be sure of all rules before It tandem bug rig. You take a and Mrs. E. E. Lewis and of Stewart !Miss and their week of their'vacation with their entire enlistment under
ByMike is too late. The game wardensare popping bug. preferably with family of Starke. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. relatives In this area.Mrs. New Law Makes honorable conditions. Than
Chitty out at night now checking rutirr!: legs and tie a fly about Mr. and Mrs. Edward,' Saxon and' Mrs. Jimmy Orantftamf Murray Is the former Betty meant that the veteran who
i boats so be sure "Better safe It t... 24 Inches behind It. The and children have returned Baton. Rouge La., spent Horne Flags AvailableFor had entered the Reserve or
; Phone 475-2171 than sorry." fly"should be the same color, home after spending a week in Thursday and Friday with Patti'- Kline of Plant City National Guard and reported
More VetsThe
Griffin's Lodge least shore but can be tfjffeient. The pop- North Carolina and Tennesee. Mr. and Mrs. Wes Griffin and spent Wednesday through Saturday for six months active duty

.....',.,.. ....". ... a:- Santa Fe] had a good week ping bug represents your fly One of the highlights of their! Phil.Friends IUI'a guest of Wendy Veterans' ReadJust- was eligible: for the burial
of fishing and lots of people lor nymph] after It has vacation was an excursion to of Mrs. Ethel Swin- HIlL
Greetings fishermen Been casting out toward the grass ment Act of 1966. the "Cold flag.The
out trying. Alan caught 9 bass reached maturity. The popper the Corundum Mines at Highland dell will be glad to know that Shannon Cox of Orange new law cnanges the
? I hookinga at the dock next door. 60 War Ol Bill" authorizes the
catching was
any Wednesday afternoon, and will attract the fish and you N. C. where they report- she Is now at home after Park spent Tuesday with to old ruling- and the flag may
few until I caught a yellowfly they seem to be moving In. Veterans Administration
Roy caught one weighing 7 will catch most of them on finding14- gems, including spending a week at the Uni- Sherrle Norman. now be issued to the next of
left hand [Cray Some of the ones we have furnish United States fla.gfor
bite on my Ihs. Roy Veal Herring and the fly. For those of you who three peridots. versity Medical Center. In Mr. and Mrs. Charles: Hicks a kin following the death of
it Is caught have been full of the casket of de-
handl) and now draping
typing James Udall caught 30 shell- do not have fly rods, this can Wayne and, Barbara Hinson Gainesville where ahe under! and children spent. Wednesdaynight in the.veteran.
swollen until I can't use it. My grandmother caught one ceased veterans who were
y and Thursday at Beverly -
crackers Sunday. The shell- can easily and successfullybe and children back dn eye surgery.
If out fishing these of those Santa Fe catfish, you the military service on or
you are crackers are still on the sand' used on spinning; tackle. Hampton for an Indefinite Mr. and, Mrs. Glen Thomas Beach near Planter with Jo 1-
days it Is a good Idea to car- have been hearing about off bars and they report several', This is done by using a stay. They have been in Baton and family spent Thursday> Anne's parents Mr. and Mrs after February 1, 1965. ADDING MACHINES: Man-
ry along some insect repell- our dock but we released It to good catches. The bass are plastic casting bubble tied to Rouge La. for several months through Monday visiting with John Dykes. This new law equalizes the 'nal or e1.,ctdo. For sale or
ant. However, before I got grow some more. still schooling and quite a few your rod with the popping where Wayne has been em- Glen's brother-in-law and Rev.' &nd Mrs. P. L. Estes Issuance of a burial flag to rent. Ad<", subtract credit balnee. .
bitten my grandmother and 1 I You people who are plan- of them are being caught bug about 24 inches behind ployed with an electrical company sister, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie'MC-. and Janlta' spent part of Sun- those veterans of service since } .- Bradford County Tela-
were catching some bream off ning on an all day fishing Barnhill Fishing Resort. the bubble. This also usableon Rae in Tampa. day with their son and daugh 1955 with the: regulations previously .graph.IT'S ..
have trip would be smart to take
the dock. Recently we (least shore, Santa Fel] also a plain old cane pole. So Debbie Hicks attended a Among those from Hampton ter-tn-law.Mr. and Mrs. Paul in effect for wartime
'been catching quite a few along some ice and put your
fish on It as soon as you reports some nice! catches. next time you are out why slumber party In Gainesville attending the Annual Fourthof
catch them. Some people we John Ham. Charles Rlgby. Mr. don't you try it? Tuesday night In honor of a July picnic given for the
STARKE know have lost some nice fish Melton and Mr. Thornton, all Well friends that Is all of girl friend Susan Arnold, who employees of the DuPont Co. ILLEGAL'For
beause It was eo hot. Believeme of Jacksonville, caught 30 nice the fishing news for now. So plans to leave this week for at Trallridge were:' Mr. and
this is really disappointing ahellcrackers, and Bob McCay until next week, don't forget an eight week tour of Europe. Mrs. Lester MoCullougTi: and
BUSINESSDIRECTORY to see such beautiful fish canght 7 bass, the largest your lights and licenses and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Allen Lynn; their daughter Iris
weighing 8tt Ibs. don't catch 'em all. left last Friday for their homein Hart and son Roy; and their
thrown also
away. It is very
nice to have something cold One of our neighbors, Red Santa Barbara, Calif after granddaughter Zlna Beth: Any Person or Persons to Engage in
mnvmy..wyntnvHAMPTON Young and Mr. and Mrs.Foster .
to drink with you especially Neal took a vacation last spending over two weeks with ;
week her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Hayes and family. The,
like and came up with a total
on days we have been
AUTO SERVICE having lately to help light ot 24 bass for the week.hat's W. Johnson During' : their stay affair was held at the Enlisted Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless
dehydration. After you sit ona ; a lot of fish.Slam's they attended! the Johnson'sa.nn118.l Club at Camp Blanding.. .

Gilbert S. Brown boat for a couple of hoursin Fish-N-stuff in Key- By Mrs. Mary William.u.u..aaa..a..aa. family reunion held Mr. and Mrs H. W. PHseter
this year at Kingialey Lake with of Ft. Pierce spent Friday
Standard Oil Service Station 90 degree weather even a stone reports that Lawrence'A. The Name Is Registered
approxhnately 30 members through! Sunday with the J.
., ATLAS little piece of ice can be a \ Rice of Jacksonville caught
a 12 lb. 4 lb. present. Others from Hamp- O Adkins. WhIle here the two/
TIRES A BATTERIES!: lifesaver, and It's mighty good. Black Bass on a GOING AWAY PARTY
ton families attended the funeralof
r You bug fishermen had bet- back worm; Mrs. Hazel M. attending this gatheringwere
Budget Terms-Road Service Tony Kennan was guest of Mrs. nephew. Read This Florida Law
Phone 964-7071 ter get on the ball because McMillan of Jacksonville honor at Mrs. D. W. Johnson, and Prlester.'s:
a going away party Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haddock young Olen Waters.of-Lake
Tuesday night full caught a 10 114| Bass in Brook-
.07 N. Temple Starlit was moon. held on ,
Saturday night
at the
r" The bugging should be at its lyn Lake, and a 914 one was home of the Don Hills Games. and children. Another outing Butler.automobile Glen on was June struck 29 by. and an ?H shall fe. unlawful for any person'! .r persons, mm defined ........ M
enjoyed by the Aliens while
peak this week, they always caught In Lake Geneva. ,
HURST'SSHELL decorations and refresh- they were here was a fish fry died on Wednesday July 3. ..pce" fciutacsa ma herein defined under a fictitious MUM mm herein des
bite best the
around full Last
moon. And while we are on Buddy Thursdty Elite and, Johnny Mr. Gibbs Ellis ments for the party which at Lowary Lake near Keystone The funeral was held on Sunday n.... without and unless said fictitious name anafl fe. recteUred with the
was held outside, carried out at the Baptist
Service Station the subject, you had best of Gainesville! caught 22 bass the theme of sports cars. the Heights.Fourth This of picnic July,, was held also on Church In Lake Butler. clerk .f the circuit court ef the county where the principal place., fcowfcMHta. .

Ga Oils lubrication have running light on your In Lochloosa. Saturday, my Tony, son of Mr. and Mrs. O attended: by Mrs. Johnson and l The community extends with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid a> af-
Goodyear Tire! &: Batteries) boat while you are bugging at father Buddy Ellis and Uncle
ROAD SERVICE all times. All boats, no matter Alfred Hudson went back and A. Kennan, plans to l leave the Haddock family. sympathy to Mrs. Herschel fUarlt ttgned by aD Interested persona, stating: under oath the names of
July 18 for Air Force Basic Mrs. T. F. Brown, and Mr. Parker in the loss of her
aol and 100 starke how small, are supposed to caught 12 more, the largest Training at Amarlllo, Texas, and Mrs. R. A. Brannen of brother-in-law, Lelanrfi Simmons -. say those, Interested In the business enterprise, the extent of the Interest
have at least I
one light on. weighing 7 Ibs. They really In addition to his parents, Bedford Lake attended the who passed! away on .. of each and the fictitious name under which said badness .hi carried[

and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill, reunion pf the DuBose familyat Thursday at Oneonta, Ala., .
... SaM registration may net be made until the person persons desiring
more than 25 young people Quincy last weekend. The Mr. and Mrs. Parker left Fri-
enjoyed the evening of fun DuBose girls are nieces of day to attend the funeral for to enrage In business under a fictitious name shall bars adrertlsod his or

CHURCH NEWS Mrs. Brown and cousins ol Mr. Simmons and returned Weir' Intention to register said fictitious name at least ones a week for. four
Six members of the Interme- Mr. Brannen. home on Sunday. .
diate Girl's Auxiliary and Mrs. O. 1... DuBose of Vero Mr. and Mrs. James Green- ,(4)) eon cutln weeks In some newspaper as defined by law .In the:eeontywhore

| their leader, Mrs. Don Hill, Beach and Mrs. B. I. Waddell ',lee recently returned to said registration is to be made, and .*M registration shall. not bo
bicycled out to the Kennan's of Sebastian were visiting Hampton after spendng two accepted '
Ii by the clerk of the circuit court except upon retiring proof ofsneh
home Tuesday where they their aunt, Mrs. T. F. Brown, weeks In Fayetttvllle, N. C.
I had their regular meeting and on Tuesday of last week. with Mrs. Oreenlee's son Ter- publication.If .

zS missionary program. Lunch Ada Mae Thomas, daughterof ry Paladino, who Is. currently
I was served to the girls before Mr. and Mrs. Willard stationed! at Port Bragg.

i returning to Hampton. Those Thomas, returned to Ft. Recent guests at the homeof you are engaged! in business under name
enjoying the trip were Phil Campbell, Ky. wth her sister the K. B. Wattersons were any
Griffin Sandy and Elaine Mrs. Watterson's mother, Mrs.
Patricia Holt for a month
Youngblood Joan Hinson Ar- vacation. A. J. Olttman; sister, Mrs other than and have had d this
New Bohn Rex Rotary Spirit Duplicator$ butus Pearsall. Elaine Ken' Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Pye Catherine Watson. and a your own, not name
nan and Mrs. Hill. and children of Hialeah spent brother, William Olttman: all

> I The Young Woman's Auxiliary -, Thursday through Sunday from South Hill, Va.; and advertised and
will be
will present Virginia with Mr. and Mrs Roy Wil another brother Willie, of properly registered ,we.

1 Brown with a gift Bible dur- liams. Richmond, Va.

ing the evening worship serviceon Mr. ands Mrs. Ted HuffsWck- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood J
Sunday night. Her forthcoming ler and children: and Mr. and of Memphis Tenn. and Mr. glad d to give you all necessary Information to
I wedding to Jack Mrs. Calvin McClellan of 'Johnny Woods and daughterof ,

Crawford will take place at the Ruther tordton, N. S spent a Tomnolen. Miss., spent the

church on Friday July 26. week here visiting with their Fourth of July holidays visiting what t you should do.BRADFORD ,,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene their mother, Mrs. Thelma
y Enjoying an old fashioned McClellan, and the famlles of Atkins and with the families.
,(1 ,barbecued dinner on the their brothers. Dewey and of their slflttra, Mrs. Pauline .
Fourth of July with Mr. and Henry. Lott and Mrs. Mary Peeples.Mr. .

open forbushu t, Mrs. Ernest Greene were: Mr. Weekend visitors. at the andi Mra. Henry McClel'
and Mrs. Eugene Waldron home of the W. K. Browns lan have had as guests In
ands family of Fort Stewart were Mr. and Mrs. Charles I their home Dorothy's mother., COUNTY TELEGRAPH

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I Glass Co. .'
New and Used
2816 N.W. 16th Ph. 372-8318

Farm and Industrial Tub 0'". El101o-MIno.1U'H-ShOWV.* Sliding Door Door- At Lull! A Portable Eectric! Adding Machine With The

FREE DEMONSTRATION -- ComeIn Equipment Furniture Tops-Window Touch. ,Speed, And Keyboard Arrangement Of A

Santa Fe Tractor, Windows-Awning Heavyweight Machine.

or Call.Bradford FORD 116 N. W. 16th 372-8191 .
Farm Tractors Implements .


I GARDEN SUPPLIES National Sewing Compare With Machines Costing Twice As Much

Johnson& Faris, Inc. Machine Co., Inc.

j County Telegraph' SEEDSPLANTSIneectleldeePet Complete Line of-- PfaffNew Home- Neloo SEEING IS BEL>iVINGBRADFORD }

.' ; SuppliesFERTILIZERS Used and Repossessed

Sale-Repalr All Make COUNTY TELEGRAPHBl'C'tlnn
'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'
1 831 N.W. 8th Ph. 37 -VI76( 111V.. University: 318-l.lfU! ,
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STARXE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1968 Section ITwo Page On

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I 'It t 25 Years AgoBy alco-'

Alice MeGarvey
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t t F"h VJS' '$. C> t tB1
city 98 years ago and It was a ;
C rCAUSEx,1.1 .
County Needs Fire Fighting Plan WE ? settlement at least fourteen PAUL J'ORABII* ..... ,

years before that.A editor: Xnfornutloa ...Ioe.
complete list of the early
"Why should a house outside be found that no water was avail
mayors could not be foundIn What are congeners? the psychologists said, showedthe
the city limits be allowed to burn able and water on the truck wouldbe fteiN fa the city records, but beginning They're the substances 36 subjects were riskier

to the ground when the fire trucks insufficient to do the job. with 1883 many well- which give whiskies their distinctive when they were drunk; than

and personnel of the Starke Fire -The old system of having out- known Starke men served In color and taste. when they were sober. And

Department are sitting idle?" of-town property owners pay $50 that capacity. From 1883 Lou They're also one of the reasons those subjects given bourbon

This is a question so often asked for a fire call was unsatisfactory 4' V 11 r Is Witkovskl Starke merch- boozers will take more showed significantly more"

by home owners living outside the because if the department was ant, was mayor. He was the chances If they have been risk than those given vodka.

corporate limits. It came up againat unsuccessful in saving the structure .. maternal grandfather of the drinking bourbon than they Regardless of their form

a City Council meeting last the owner did not want to ,V 1 t 11x r 4 n +fk present publisher of The will under the influence of whether it be bourbon vodka,
week.A y TELEGRAPH. He served for vodka. wine, or beer, alcoholic ,beverages
the fee.
pay ) ( 0n '., two and following him For there has been a serious
I rx-r- v s. ,4r ty$ years years are a problemto
resident of U. S. 301 North As Councilman
one expressedit
; Y ?'; ';ft for a one year term was T. widespread belief that a drunk six million Americans Including -
protested with some indignation "The City of Starke simply can i A. Knight another merchant. will take chances he'd shy 18,000 right here In

that the home of a neighbor was not afford to provide fire-fighting Then Mayor Witkovskl was away from if sober. Now a our home state of Florida.

threatened by fire and that the equipment for the entire county." elected again for another two team of New York psychologists These are the alcoholics In

Starke Fire Department refused This is not to say that the City years has confirmed this Idea our midst. And, the situationis

to come to the scene. would not be willing to cooperatewith 'qlp n. r u V t'9' Dr. J. C. Wills a pioneer and also reported a further even more appaling when it

Does this aoifid callous and the establishment of some druggist and medical doctor, finding: How much risk a Is realized that at least four

hard hearted on the part of the fire-fighting plan with the Coun- ? was mayor In 1390 and following drunk, person will take depends persons are adversely affected

City of Starke? It might-to ty, and at least one Councilman .& t' him was Comer L. In part on what kind of in some way or other by each
booze he
1 Peek. Mr. Peek a teacher attorney has been swigging alcoholic.
those who do not stop to think the
expressed this willingness.It .
matter and real estate man This Is where the congeners Contrary to opinions held
through. was suggested that the mat was mayor three years. He was come in. Bourbon has a hundred by some any alcoholic beverage
Starke's firemen do not like to ter be taken up with the County f } 'x I ava succeeded by T. W. Sweat a times the congener con can lead to alcoholism Including -

see a home destroyed by fire, any Commission, and the problem was merchant, who served for one tent of vodka, which being beer. It's a fact that

more than the owner does, but discussed at that body's meetingon primarily colorless grain alcohol one.out of every 15 persons

when they refuse to make a run July 2. Upshot of the matterwas a- 9 t4pJ year.Following Mr. Sweat, A. L. has few congeners. who will inevitably wind up
outside the limts ( The psychologists experimented as an alcoholic regardless of
city they are that the Commission appointed r "1. :ate Vonkern, owner of a shoe
acting under orders of the City committee store, was mayor for four ( on 38 graduate students what form of booze he prefers.
a to meet with the
all over :31 years of age, Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation -
Council-not decision -
just an arbitrary years. 1895-1808 M. L. Llddon,
Council to if
see a solution to the
at State University of New Program's two biggest
of their own. merchant and livery stable
serious problem could be reached. York, Buffalo All volunteered Jobs are prevention and treatment -
owner held the office 1899-
And the City Council had good
reasons for its decision of several We think it can, by working 1. .,t s 1900 to be followed In 1891 and all got $20 each for their of alcoholism. This IS ..
together. If nothing else, perhapsa by J. E. Futch. attorney-at- part in the project. They were your Program In that PARPIs
Weeks ago that runs outside the similar given four shots each, enoughto an agency of the State of
plan to that used by the law. Vonkern was reelectedfor
city would have to be stopped. : the 1902. make them "mildly drunk. Florida and as such belongs to
Keystone Heights Volunteer Fire year
Here are some of the factors con. .4 4 -,.,, l (Mj? ;plZ.4 Then they were asked on every FlorMJan.
be used here. In 1903 A. V. who
Department might Long
'tributing to that decision, as ex- the basis of questionnaires to If you are a problem drinker -
later became U. S. District
plained by the (Council last week : The Keystone volunteers finance give advice to a "hypothetl- or know of someone who is
-When firemen and equipmentare their highly successful operation Judge, was mayor. Succeeding person who is faced with a you can take'a step in the
Judge'! Long for
sent outside the city limits, with an annual drive for "asso t *Kea 1. 41+r 1y t + W. T. Malphurs one a year Baptist was difficult decision." A sample right direction today by writ-
ciate members," who gladly pay dllemna was: "The captain ofa Ing for literature on the sub-
property inside the city-which minister, who was Bradford
football team must choose ject which Is unbiased and
$5 annually for fire
supports the Fire Departmentwith County Judge for several years.
between a risky play that factual.
within an eight mile radius of ) r This
tax money-is left was 1904 and duringthe
unpro- r r' would win address
1r' mean either a or a There's no charge. Just -
tected. Keystone Heights. The Volunteer / : :.. ,{. .. next two years Judge loss
and a safe play that your request to FARP'sInformation
Department mails out some 1,500 "Hi/ram Long was again mayor. would mean tie." Box
-Leaving city property unpro- Hayseed Sez' a Services, :
tected could result in higher insurance letters annually to residents of the During 1907 and 1908 A. Z.Adkins. Results of the experiment. 1147 Avon Park Fla. 33823.
area, and gets good response- later Judge of the 8th
rates within the city and
the Judicial District was' mayor
enough .to keep department FARMER'S
possible refusal of insurance com operating in top notch fashion, DIARYat followed by C. F. Hoover eran of World War I and an Dr. M. A. Garcia
to claims resulting froma
panies pay photographer. Mr. Hoover
with financial headaches. officer In the local American
no The weather continues to be r Given Award
fire while equipment was else- held the office from 1909 Legion Post, again joined the
Surely] with our two governing seasonal with the sun as hot her hummingbird feeder through 1913. In 1914 E. E. Army and was Inducted In For ResearchDr.

where.It doubtful that firemen's bodies working together-with as an .o"ld pot stove loaded but although as many as threeof Canova, a turpentine man. 1942 resigning as mayor.L. .
the assistance of other with fatwood, but mercifully the beautiful birds have
perhaps was until October when
mayor A. Canova brought the
liability insurance would be in husband
r Manuel A. Garcia -
shielded much of the time by been at It time she
in the at one ,
municipalities cpunty the city changed Its election list
of early Starke mayors up ,
force if an injury was sustained !, of the former Peggie
clouda which bringing at male ;
are has not yet seen a ruby-
solution to this tme for six from October -
some satisfactory years to 25 years ago In the historyof
Caldwell of Starke. has been
while fire outside the
fighting least share of rainfall. All
our throated variety. Incidentally
1914 until October when
problem can be reached; before the city of Starke.
selected by the
city limits.If more property is needlessly de of which is good; for corn and on reading up on those birds the city changed Its election With Our Men In Service search of America
peas, cover crops and for the we .found that they have great Society
sent out into the county time to September and Instal- [1943] ] to
Calif. branch
f .t<> fight a fire.frequenUvJt'Iould, stroyed. pastures.-- ,...aa-.. .well...'as-the. woods, reputations as fighters attack and lation to October. Pvt. E. TJ. Orlffia. Jr.. whois receive tVentura.the 1968 Member Re-
that will
' they even C. F. Hoover again served stationed at Erie Proving search Award based on his
for the
No date set as yet hawks.
his city as mayor this time Ground Lacarne. Ohio spent a
opening of the tobacco markets S eWe fundamental analysis of the
'I but the farmers are busy"brrning" By' Sam McGarvey can Imagine It, for with for six years from October ten day furlough with his kinematics of warheads.The .
Promise Is A PromiseOver 1914 until October 1920. NextL. parents. Mr. and Mrs. ElbhaL.
their crops with the their great speed not to men- ward program was in-
A. Davis, partner in the
exception that the markets spraying the to cut tion their unique reverse
grass firm of Quigtey and Davis Capt. R. O. Kkld of Fort stituted to ensourage excell-
the past 4 1-2 years Brad- across! from BUS, where many will open In several weeks. down the rate of seed production gears we can picture one giving merchants, became for Benning, Oa. was here for a ence In research and provide
ford School Tom school administrative of tobacco the hot- but far know blue darter fit mayor
Superintendent personnelare Speaking so as we even a a weekend visit at the home of
two years. Following him recognition to members of the
Casey has, as he pointed out to presently housed. test place we've been In Is a nothing has been done on It because by comparison that Comer L. Peek served again. Mrs. Emma Canova.

the County Commission on Wed- There is also the fact that the field of tobacco around noon- yet. hawk Is nothing but a slow Paul E. Knight of the 2nd branch who have made out-
2 waited to be Commission is under time on a scorching day. AndIf moving bomber vulnerable to DeWitt C. Jones proprietorof standing contributions to the
nesday, July given County no the Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Post Band Camp Croft S. C.
the growers get good money Alice has a lot of customers a fast attack plane. body of technical knowledge
funds to build School Board of- statutory or legal obligation to Co. and later funeral director was at home on furlough with
fices nearer the main educational provide housing for the School for. the crop, they really earnit. served as mayor from his parents, Col. and Mrs. D. through scientific research.By .

complex-Bradford High School Board. As Supt. Casey was told C e 1926 to 1928. when Harold C. E. Knight. .

Casey is still waiting and we when he pressed the point last Watermelons have been Wall was elected. Mr. Wall,

can see no end to it with the atti- week, the School Board has tax- plentiful on the markets NEWS And NOTES an Insurance agent had also S

tude which has continued to be ig authority just like the Coun- again this season and prices been Bradford County Super- 4

shown by the County Commission. ty Commission and this could so low It didn't pay to ship For Today's HomemakersBy visor of Registration and laterin
the U.
To say the least, Casey has been raise its own funds for new them. Prices started out at S. Army became
chief of the Induction Divis-
led on, like a stepchild with half offices. It is also a fact that the 50 cents retail along the Martha Sue McCala ion of the Selective Service
promises But so far no $30,000has School Board has spent about two roads, but before long they
:._ dropped, and the melons were County Extension Board of Florida, stationed at
appeared from the Commis- million dollars in new construction St. Augustine.Dr. .
offered at five or even six fora
sion in lieu of the School Board offices and had it been planned, the new dollar.,Efforts to set up a florae Economics Agenta W. E. Middleton local

not being included in the offices could have come from that. marketing agreement among physician and later Superintendent -

new courthouse--which they are But the point is, as Supt. Casey growers have failed so far, of Public Instructionfor

not.It has said, school administratorsneed and perhaps that is a reason. BUYING SHEETS square inch of fabric.. Bradford. County held the
has been estimated by Architect to be housed centrally for a This is the season when Muslin 11 la heavier than percale top city office in 1936. He was

Frank George that it would more efficient operation.If At long last constructionof some stores will be having feels coarser and Is wov- succeeded by T. Frank Land-

have cost $78,000 to include Casey Supt. Casey thinks he can the new courthouse is un- their semi-annual linen sales, en with fewer yarns per inch. rum attorney, who later was

I and his office force in the new run things more efficiently from der way and If all goes well, and If you are in the market Muslin with 128 thread countis City and County Attorney s.
maybe this information will medium rather Mr. Landrum held the office
by next May we may have a weight,
1 courthouse. It that it USO think he
argued the building
was we
a fine new bulding to house be helpful. strong and gives satisfactorywear. until October 1938 when Dr. Lynn Hamilton of Southern Marine
would be cheaper to house the should attempt to find school our count offices. Contractor Most of the sheets and pillow Type 140 muslin Js. Middleton again became may-

school offices separately, like the funds to build offices. The Coun- Trlest Is hopeful that the cases are made of familiar heavy weight and sturdy It for two years.Following TEACH CHILDREN life Jacket or ski belt.

agriculture personnel. ty Commission could also help the weather will be good for building sturdy cotton muslin 1s the most expensive. Dr. Middleton In TO WATER SKI The dry land technique ,is

Casey has no objection to that; superintendent decide which way and not the way It was and percale. For the luxury- Percale is a finer fabric 1940 was N. D. Wainwright Children are naturals for most successful In teaching

in fact, if he had the $30,000 now fo go by giving him a definite several years ago when US-301 minded. Imported sheets and than muslin. Type 180 percaleor Insurance man and' !' memberof water skiing. They adapt very children the fundamentals of

he would probably have offices answer, even if it is negative. WM' four-laned. pillowcases are available. utility percale is lightweight the local Selective Service easily. to the sport and having water skiing. To simulate the

added onto the USO building, Points To Consider: durable, smooth, easy Board. Mr. Wainwright, vet- mastered it, they will never feeling of being pulled up bya
Road Foreman R. E. Jones Suitability choose one to launder, and moderate in outgrow the fun. powerboat a child holding a
reports that the county's new most practical for the person price. Type 200 percale or original The most important thing tow rope should be slowly pull-

grader mounted Robot mowerIs and use. percale. Is a very fine ends give extra strength. Corner for a child: learning to ski Is ed up by his Instructor froma

I H Everyone Should Learn To SwimIt's doing a fine job of clearing Durability Fabric with quality cotton which has fine. seams of fitted sheets proper equipment accordingto sitting position to a standIng -
right-of-way along roads In firm, close weave, even :yarns, soft texture and Is beautiful should be reinforced to with- Tom Dorwin. a former one. Hs knees should be
the county. It was used first strong unbroken tape selvages, In appearance. stand tugging and pulling. water ski champion and now between his elbows and his
along Bessent Road with such good !workmanship such as These are standards used Some at the fitted sheets have advisor to Evinrude Motors.It arms out straight In the start-

swimming season again, and benefits of swimming are too well good effect that now residentsIn even hems, cut or' torn on by all reliable manufacturers.Read elastic at the corners for easier Is a mistake to try and Ing position.

for all the joy it brings to mil known to require repetiton here, that section are asking grainline.\ and even stitching the label. An informa- handling. Check the seams teach a child to ski on adult After repeating this procedure

lions of Americans, the forecast but the survival benefits are more when the road will be paved. Appearance fabric with tive label gives the breaking in pillowcases.Look equipment. The skis are too a number of times, the
Ifl that it will bring heartbreakto important and infinitely more ur S smooth finish and uniform strength lengthwise and cross for sizing. Sizing is big and the child will struggle child is ready for a deep water

something like 7,000 familiesin gent. If you feel that you need weave. wise. This is one Indicationof starch used to protect the to stay In the bindings' being start which Dorwin recom-
exercise [and keep that stomach Weight easy for home durability. Breaking length-wise yarns during unable to stand up In them.A mends over the dock start.
the U. S. before is Part of the teaching is
summer over.
process from looking like a laundering and economical at strength varies from about 55 weaving, and will disappearwith good! rule says Dorwin Because a child Is light, he
Drowning is the fourth cause of Instruction in deportment in or barrel] the best thing to do Is laundry pound rates. to 70 pounds. Thread count is the first washing. Rub Is that the skis should not be should Just pop up on top of

accidental death in our country. near the water: no roughhousing, get a place In the country and Size correct width and another Indication of durabi two sections of the sheet to- much taller than the child. the water and you don't needa

The record shows that most of no pranks, no pushing and shoving, then try to keep the grass length for bed and pillows on lity. Oood wearing sheets have gether. If a fine powdery sub- Snug bindings are essential.He high powered motor to pull

those who drown are children and and no swimming right after down. Following a mower In which to be usec!. about the same. number of stance Hakes off. an overdoseof aso suggests that you him. You may even need to

adults who never learned to swim.If meals, thus inviting cramps. Apd these days will do. the trick-: C'olorto harmonize with threads in both directions. sizing was used to add bodyto pick a sunny day when the throttle back. When Just beginning

past experience holds true most important: no swimming In fact all Sam has to do 1 lit room decor.Pricethe. Th<> b st'tabel gives the a poor quality sheet. water is warm to teach a child It Is best for someone

more than half the victims will be alone-ever. There should alwaysbe to think about It and he breaks best quality you wel7ht, the amount of sizing For more Information on the sport. It should be fun to ski along side to assist hm.

under ten of who out in a cold sweat. can afford for the purpose. shrinkage, and size, It may Buying Sheets and Pillowcases, not an unpeasant experience.A He will soon be an expert
years age. a companion-and one
Shop around to compare tell whether the sheets are request bulletin by that title. child learning to ski should according to Dorwin If he
There are standard precautions can swim. And speaking of grass the prices. flret' or second quality. Less It also has Information showIng be able to swim and not be just remembers: "Anna

that the owners of pools, and supervisors The summer program offered by State Road Department didn't You will need to understandthe than two per cent shrinkage how to fold a fitted sh et. afraid of the water. Another straight Knee bent.

at lakes, streams, and Bradford County schools] providesfree do anyone a favor when It different types of sheetingIn is acceptable and will not interfere Important safety measure Is a

beaches may take, but accidents swimming instruction for all planted! that hateful Pensacola order to decide which is with fit.

have a way of happening in spiteof students, and the popular swim- Bahia variety along the high most suitable for your particular A good sheer.. is woven with

regulations. The greatest precaution ming program sponsored by the way. The stuff grows black:, needs family income extra threads In the selvage ORID4 The Bradford County Telegraph

and responsibility falls Rotary Club of Keystone Heights dirty-looking seeds that are expected wear and personal to make It 'firm and strong. 4 ESTABLISHED 1879

upon the shoulders of parents, and each summer, provides free instruction unsightly: but more Important preference. For example, a The selvage should be clean p

that is-teach your youngsters to for children and adults. brings It misery spreads to all pollen those that suffering bride-to-be different will choose sheet an than entirely and threads.neat with no loose, untidy r g E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher

swim, or let them take advantageof With such expert instruction to from respiratory ail that chosen by a mother buy- CHECK the Hems. Top D o 1 Florida's Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published Contlnoualy
several swimming instruction be had for the asking there is 19.1
no ments. Ing sheets for her child to hems are usually 3 Inches cigT Under The Same Masthead.
programs now offered, without excuse for anyone-child or adultto e e take to summer camp. 'wide on muslin sheets, and 4 o-

cost, in this area. go through life without And the stuff grows faster Cotton sheets and pillow- Inches wide on percale. The

A youngster who is anxious to knowing how to take care of himself than any weed as often within cases are labeled by thread bottom hem Is 1 inch wide. Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Poet Officeat

loin his or tier friends in water in the water. A few hours of a week or so of mowing count of the fabric. Thread Hems should be straight and Starke. Florida under Act of March 3rl, 1879.
sports is a willing student and instruction now might save there Is a new crop of black: count Is the number of 'flat sewed with, short, even
many Subscription In trade area: 1 year $UIO; 6 months, $2.W
fiwim at an early The health hours seed. There has been talk of yarns plus the stitches. Items closed at the
Age. of anguish __ ,_ number of crosswise yarns la Outside trade area: 1 year, $5.00; a months, J3.73!

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ty. with their' 1 son-in-law and Austin, and Mr. and Mrs. Milo they all attended the Barber- dent of Lawtey, was awarde4

Calorie Counters ar ar daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Smith and their families dur- Rowe famLy reunion !in Mac- I a silver disc as being the old
A few days while keeping ( liam S.' Kins. ing the '
# clenny. Ben Rowe of Jackson est member of the Rowe famlly .
WITH COUNTY my regular. check-up ap- .. 'L', Mr. and' Mrs. James Anders We were peased to see Mr.\ .
ville time resi present.
N pointment with my doctor he and children of Palatka spent and Mrs. Pearlle Phillips back a former long

reminded me of some advice the latter1\part of the week In their part time home here. -
YptJR .,,1. AGENT recently given at our civic with, his-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Debbie Gomes celebratedher I ir __ .J

club meeting, This nutritionst O. J. Anders. Mrs. Marian 9th birthday anniversary. Serving Florida

suggested three exercises Jura ttaQea oi4 Mars andlJeffery of with a party given by her I Since 1950

fOJ: men and guaranteed favorable ville Beach,,spent the weekend,\ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank .. .
results In losing weight; with the' Anders. domes. The nine guests en- ,V .:.... & II' "

I11] walk by the refrigerator Visiting Perry Davis and his I Joyed playing games and pri-
20 times a day and do not Wherein the swiftly passing at 11:15: a. m. I taught all dautfhter.vMris., Sallie Michaels, ,: ees were awarded the winners. -.r....,...,.,. ..... .....................
"! touch the handle. (121 Eat a summer brings much joy. I classes the music. Opened J, the last week were! Mrs. MIchael's' Refreshments were served with

l sensible amount at each meal! have a new great grandson School playing the organ and sona-in law and: daughters Debbie's cousin, Cindy Bryan ,' s .

and PUSH away. 13)) I have and the corn is knee high. taught the children songs Mr. and Mrs.\J. C. Hullett and of Starke, and: Mrs. James life. Carolyn Cordially
forgotten what it was.' After The days are fleeing, one by playing the piano. There were children Mrs. Kenneth Hul Starling assisting Mrs. Gomes.

z_ a his next Farm Bureau Supper one about 90 pupils and 20 teach- let and children, and J. A. :Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sparksof ReprSafve I*! We/CO/HeS
r3 ByGeorge I am going to practice number They pass forever from our ers and helpers. Such a wonderful Michaels of Clover, S. C. Little Rock Ark were visiting -
T. ; two. sight; happy two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey her mother, Mrs. Eliza Ph. 961-5212 9r you and :Your

IluggirlsFarm So much to do, so little done the dear children. :Now this anrf. family spent Wednesdayto I beth. Redding, and her grandmother 122 N. Bay St. F.amil.to, .Your
nay And ah I how quickly falls the Autumn when school begins
?? ? Thursday camping: at Stone Mrs. Alice Austin, last Newl Home
night. the minister and I will havea
Mountain, Oa. week. While here they visited

Bureau eau in Florida with more than Bavless HiwavBy The days, the months the children meeting each ,Vanes Futch of Clay Hill other relatives in the community. -

Bradford County under the 39.000 family memberships is weeks, the years i Tuesday after school, as we spent the week with Tereaa The State of FloridaH ; .
How quickly do they come did last winter. So I am lookIng -
Friends of H. W. Bennett
leadership of President X Harley and a .stood-Board of President Harley invites you and gol! forward to Autumn. I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond will be pleased to know that. Is Our Desire To !Make\ You ,Feel 'Welcome'and
Directors Is experiencing the -inquire about Farm 'Bureau a.IAAA AAA&AAAAAAAA.AAAIFriends They. bring us laughter mixed My grandson Fred's wife Williams and son of Atlanta he is recovering nicely from To Acquaint You With Your City.
most effective organization I and the beneficial programsit with tears; Dianna gave us the new baby Ga.. spent the weekend with a .everey burned leg sustainedtwo ,
They mingle pleasure with last morning
: boy Saturday Mrs. Williams' mother, Mrs. weeks ago
One that a/alable. :
'V ever.dent program has Stormy Weather of Mt, and Mrs our woe. Fred already had two girls, Ed Durban Ray Dorman of Jacksonvillewas If you are new in the .area, a phone'
Harley promoted;. PI.etll-1 Doyle. Crews and family will So much that we must leave so now he has a son. Albert Paul Dinkins Jr. of St of his brotherinlaw -
under.; > way a year i' I do not claim to know any- a guest call wiU visit '
ago bring la' prompt
-. Quarterly "family thing about the weather) so ]I oe Interested to know that he undone Frederick Price IV. We are also Augustine Mrs. Jim Burtonof and sister, Mr. and: Mrs. you
has retired after 20 years of When last we fold our handsto happy. Jacksonville and Mrs. Horace !
the. ground" meetings. TheN :: can blame someone else' for B. E. Reddish several! day from local hostess. Please give
meetings are held ln four dif-', predictions: that are not always service 'with the U. S. Army rest: We have had plently of rain Cox of Waldo were visiting last week. Saturday overnight
rent communities- the county satisfactory, You mlghi He and' his wife. Jackie, and Help us, each day dear Lordwe and the cornfields are' knee their parents, Mr and Mrs. guests of the Reddishes were her a call I She has maps and many
their children are living inStarke. pray. high and the soy beans look Paul Dlnkins, Sunday.
Attendance during the interested in knowing that Mr. and Mrs'Tom Barber and
first year was excellent and be Florida! Is the Thunderstorm Doyle is the brother To do those things Thou so pretty and green. Wheat ds Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gas- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Barber free and wonderful sifts for yon

Indications are-that members Capital of the United states. of Harold Crews and we all deemest best.Charles ripe. The gardens are lush and I kina and family are spending: and son of Orlando, and Mr. from local bnslnegaes.,

look; forward tO( ;these quar- Central; Florida leads in the welcome: him and his famly S. Harpe growing. The' young robins I the -week (\camping! at Mlrroi!, and Mrs. Oscar Moyer and fli
terly meetings. of thunderstormswith back home.Rfr. .. The summer in Indian!: 'has Sing'at'darwti In the big apple Lake :I children of Miami. On Bundaj I.
number .. ,
.. ; been delightful. Only "a few ttees next door and when I !TEllaabeth .; -
Walter Alvarez Miss : Terry'was' ,
ot 100 everyyear and\ Mrs. -5
The ,second, round ,and second 'an a-verage <: . ,
meeting at Lawtey will It Is estimated .that..na and daughter of Maeclenny, really hot days, and we have get up at 4 y'a1J\g'to me Gainesville the latter part In\\ V L
had lots of showers and nice The 'sky gets ]light'and rosy) her
: be held July 37.' The 'Farm tion-wldeat any given,:mom. and Mr. and Mrs. Richard the week visiting
breezes. I have so enjoyed streaks. SOOn the sun pops up C. E. ''Strickland ,
Bureau wil furnish-, Bradford ent'some 1.800 thunderstorm. Murray and baby of Jacksonville Mrs. '
County over. the were recent guests of Mr each passing day. I can hardly and I'thank: God on the Mrs. Strickland's niece 'and. ,
: fryers.I"a- in progress
dles.will bring vegetables and; are earth's: surface. Thunder and Mrs. Tate Avarez. Randy believe that at last I have 'arrived back steps looking up ''at the nephew, Mr. and 'Mrs. Paul 1,1111I.::
when each day is a sky 'for a wonderful new day and Detroit
N desserts to round Qut a delicious stormscreate.a variety; of McGovern returned home with pawlak son pf : r' .
.. meaL Conditions such as heavy rain' the Murrays for a week's visit. holiday. I think also having and this feeling of happiness. Mich., who were visiting fort.I ,. V
of been so sad with a heartache'for I get lots.of letters from the week. ..
OJ Farm Bureau eligibility Is fall bolts and streaks Mr.. and!. Mrs, Lola Newman
determined .thunder and! Kenneth about five years over old friends where I have livedeverywhere.'X Mr, and Mrs.'Charles
by. population of lightning heavy and Mr. and Mrs Knight)
Don's tragic death has made often hear from
.. the county, therefore In Bradford sometimes hall. We know one Etlxson and children were re- and daughter of Guild
County membership: thing, thunderstorms are great cent guests of Mr. and Mrs. me so much happier since I Daisy and Fred Lang's daughter and a niece Sharon
'Survived that time and now Mable'Parrish. She lives of Stevenson. Ala. are spend- .
open to everybody.Farm Bur- destroyers of life and proper Vernon Taylor in Jacksonville. '
: am free of heartache. I find In Avon Park and to weeks with Mr. and 23 1
goes ing two MODELSTo '
,I. ., Mr*. Betty King and daughter I ,
of San-Diego, Calif were living alone I have such peace Clay Hill to !pee her son Buddy Mrs. J. C. Knight.
of her brother- and quiet no frustrations and family' and her father Mr and Mrs. T V Duck I
DAY AND RIRHTVr recent guests Rev and hurt feeling, and I'do not She has such a happy family. and family visited Mrs. Duck's
'" in-law and sister. .
Mrs M. D. Medelros. worry about anything. I think I often think of my teaching mother, Mrs. Vera Brooklns.I Choose From
'Mr, and Mrs. Lavon crosbY 1 told you my son and 'wife days at Clay Hill and how In Columbus, Oa. during the
L children of Brunswick pay my bills take care of mN! the country looked then.''I week. Mr. and Mrs. Mike i
FLY Oa. .were'weekend guests of money, buy me things, and :1 think of the changes '''for tile Hughes of Thelma Ala. and,
am so happy over the se14ectlons heart well Sherrell of
very better, but my so Miss Ogletree i
: his Peggy parents and, the Ricky L. A.remainedfor" crosbys. of my JaugTiter-ln:' 'remember the old sandy rood Phoenix, Ala.were visiting the You :Meet The Nicest People On A Honda

.. law. Saturday she brought mea under draped i
'week's visit with their the giant moss DUcks on Sunday. They accompanied '
'" new dress and it fit so nicety water oaks. The good persimmons Vernon Duck to

Golden Maldrin Bait' grandparents.Mr and Mrs. Herbert Norman I wore It to church Sun- along) the fence In late Jacksonville to see him. off by

w Sugar and children and Mr. and day morning.I summer. We teachers boardedout plane to Honolulu, where he '

'" Mrs Edward Norman were recent still get sleepy so' early there In. the country. wilt toe stationed. Vernon has'I
and Mrs. and am in bed by 8 o'clock. There were four of us and been spending his leave at ;
of Mr.
; 'Golden. Maldrin Liquid Julius guests Jones at Lady! :! Lake Whoopee! we often went swimming after home. I St re it's :Honda' :

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Sal- Of course I sleep usually 6 school in a. nearby creek. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Dobbs i
ano have had as guests Mr hours without waking, and Such a happy time together. visiting'. Mr. and, Mrs. Lowell
: Sugar Linked Clear Thru With 3 Insecticides and Mrs. A A. Ortagas oJacksonvile. then I lie very quietly, meditating I Life was never dull. Alwaysthe !'I Parrish in Worthington ,

', 'Scatter Golden Maldrin sugar bait In area where houseflies Mrs. Bob Lyons and praying.until the dear children to come to' Springs last Sunday after-
and children of Tallahassee, clock strikes 4, then I get up us each j morning for school' noon. 818 W. University Ave. Gainesville
are congregating and feeding- It kills nest. and and Mrs. Mildred Latham of singing "Beneath The Cross Now the schoolhouse' Is empty Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Mitchellof I

.. Philadelphia. Pa. Mrs. Latham Of Jesus." I. feel so happy and silent save when an election Newport News Va. were I Phone 3762637IMMIDIATI

keeps killing longer. and Miss Debbie Lyons remained .-, and my heart Is filled with or meeting. visiting his brothers-lnlaw and !
.; for: a longer visit. Joy. 'As a Christian I love From Maine Golden Maldrln la registered for me In dairy burn, poultry -
Mr. and; Mrs. Nick Nortonof Jesus and feel I am God'schild Cake. Dobbs, Mr, and Mrs. Lester

rouses, feedlots, kennels, garbage area, patios, drUe- Tampa hare been guests of There Is a home' pre- Mix together' thoroughly
Mrs. W. C. Ward. pared for me after life is 3'4: cup sugar 1'4 cup butter
Ins use wherever files congregate Mrs. Harvfne McMahon of over, lam blessed with a humble and 1 *>
Shreveport La, recently visit- cottage here on earth, milk. Sift together 2 cups
WE CARRY HYPODEKMICE NKEDLES AND OTHER: flour, 2 tsp. baking powder,
ed her brother and slster-ln pension( and so many peopleto
LIVESTOCK law. Mr and Mrs. Freddie love and I feel a great 114 tsp. salt. Add to first mix- flCONSiiucnoN JI
Watterson.Mrs. thankfulness. I do not have an ture. Blend in 2 cups well ,'

W. C Ward and Mr. ache or pain I have no desire drained:! blueberries. Spread 4t
N TRIX FLEA COLLARS' FOR DOGS-WORMER FOR DOGS and Mrs. Pete Barton have anymore to travel anywhere: batter evenly in a well greased

been visitors: of Mr. and Mrs. I have been around the world and floured square pan.),
Anamycln Veterinary Wound :\l1edh'atlonntlbloUe- An Sprinkle top with this mixture -
", Claude Moore in Tampa. and lived in many 'different!
N have worked hard In : 213 cup suear. 1'3'' cup,
Pink And Wound Dressing Rev. and Mrs. M. D. Mede- states. I
tiseptic. Eye
r iras and daughters visited her my working! days. This monthI flour 'i tsp. cinnamon and' Q OONI O

brother William Andrews In will be 71 years old,'and am 113 cup melted butter. Bake; s "

.. STARLING FARM SUPPLY Perry. He has Just returned' proud of it and happy., at 375 decrees for 35 or 40 I' STOIIIVIC& R:'" wt Y y'('i eFbI ,
from a year's duty In Saigon. In June for two 'weeks I minutes, I plan to bake one

.. Mr anl:! Mrs. C. C. Crosby was a teacher In our" local of these for 4th of July, II t ttctt r.t ,
316 E. Krownlce Starke I'h. 961.6062 Whoopee! ) hr
were recent guests of Mr. and church Bible School. We met' [

N Mrs. Lee Flake at Swan Lake. every morning at 9 and Closed HELPFUL HINTS. When'I '
.. 1--- two sheets are thin and worn.I

stitch the two together and

all around the edge. They will OVIII
.Impala Custom Coup. 21
S be heavier and last lonccer. To -
4' s '
store a watermelon In the refrigerator .
cut it into '
wise sections. Then cut C1'088-j'
end of each half off tl -

.. Into the red. Stand each end

"q in a soup dish. It will save i.r r Awej4 t ww! +,+w .., : ,'_

M / 1 room get cold, and drip Into CASH ihIcI 3.8R, COMANCHE --
q > IlH.1 NIYI r rNNO.
t the bowl.I ? u
1 do hope each of you hasa .. uJ 1N.1.Nm 1d

'! happy: summer. This Is still ,
.. Ood's world, and although: we I cw

may suffer all will turn out i ANEW HOME
for the best for those who T" NObal

_.. love the Lord and look for WILL NEVER COST LESS NNa oWW I ii.
'" .
His return
God Bless You everyone .
I .J LOVE. LURA New home costs have Increased substantially since lust last'yeatand the trend

rm.a.f..mm..fv.L wi//// continue. Take advantage of present values. Buyat today's low prices-

t and watch the value of your home increase as construction costs rise.O'A .

.1 Ax A'W'T'E: y ': r:&! {} {fi j ib ,

.. r rata;; BtaaehardAAA \ J@n@)[ )@@ @ P O O o p Yr

Ai I'A A.... .. .
; A .A. The lack of
iJ ; tA .. .mortgage
Church Actfottles ,. .
... Grace Methodist Sunday, 1 I. morieywoTi t _be o problem .

School .;43ra.: .m.. Worship 11'a. + : when you, choose

m. '
.. V r First Baptist Sunday .USIfOIiTYIAIS rarer i r t i Jim.Walter to. build

I r'a School 0:49: a. m.. Worship 11
a. m. and 7:30: p. m., Train- f y"our..new home I
i '' ,'F +d V 1N,+ f 'Union 6:30: p. m. :'Midweek

H ittr. services'Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. '- -'; Millions are available
J Church of God Sunday .
v School 10 'a., m.. Worship- 11 -Speeiafafa BU! for mortgage!financing.Vhy : ) .
.. ,9r. TOP ""
a. m. and 7:30: ( p. m., YPOB: 41AIIRIA1Scrrictt QUAtlTY' 1 "J

Wednesday 7:30: p m. I SecowL-f-foute. wait ?
Highland Baptist Sunday e&

School 9-4S: a. m., Woratrlp'I1I
a. m. and 8 p: m, Choir practice I V FINANCING BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTY 1 AIINISNIO'TO

:; 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting I '
Wednesday 8 p. m. The pas-
tor.* Rev. James Walker'' and IN rnr' INTERIOR COMPLETION .
family, are spending their) IOUOWI'fG iOCII"ONJ, j iJM WAITER CORPORATION SX

V' + V. vacation" with' Mrs. p'
11 would lili '
wa1keT'lll t *to linn mor.about row Mnd' .
6 parents Mr. and Mrs. JACKSONVILLE::, fiiKiKlng plan N.ae MIH| m. a ff.. ca &o
Stover, m Atlanta. Ga.. I I I am lni.f.itJ In a...
Q Home
d J Conoy
4 0 S FLA. 82203 '
'" t Friends extend sympathy /
'" ndr. prayer* to'' the'family of 8381 Wrest Beaver St.
See your Chevrolet dealer His year-end Chevrolets and Chevellej. Not to mention r '4 j. Truby I.. Wisb'Wrtght'wh0 I ., {- APDHESS.crrr .

deals all his honestly attractive. you'll worth + passed away. Monday morning, : P. O. Box. 6248 STATf.JM _-,.-.
on cars are a
get car owning. Col 11', .
or 6Y ._
., July 8. :' 1 slop today 1, T Uphan
.. fhonrf SH8-1.185 .
"'\. Witness the special sayings on'popula'r V8's You get the biggest year-end savings S I Mr. and Mrs B 1. Wllltlson: /prapwly tt In1JHtlOft Cwnnl
I Ir'
').. and automatic transmissions for all big Just where you'd expect to-at your CI614rd. 8a1er.s. Brut-family npenf the"week'" .

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11.1988 -

arrangements.Active MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL:

pallbearers were :4a ..' BuM&1
SteWart Sunday m.
Floyd" '
Maurice Lee
; School 11:00: al) m.i. MorningWOlttilp.
t Edwin Chllson. Betnle Collins
r Crlbbgand James 6:00: p; to. 'I'r,1bIaa
Union,' 7:00 W.' Jyen1l1a
Donnelly. :, p. .. .
Warship. "
7:3(1( PrcrerServlces'i
G. C:E9riggeraSer.viC let and Jut'Wedn-

a Held ni&ttt-7100 pi m.: r'MmUiRight ,

In.LaEe: : ButlerFuneral *

cL services for Gilbert .
",'who Sunday Services:' Sunday ro- : '. i "I':' J' ''V'-
OV: [IBotteyl) Drlggers. .
L ji( died!' 'Friday. June '28 in School) .l9:45'al: m.' Morning LbNO''BRinOE BAPTIST '. .

Preaching Music Recreation Gainesville'Shands Teaching after an Hospital extended In Service Worship, 7:80:10:45: p.-a.m.m.. Midweek Evening; \.CHURCH' ) ':t .An.: Investment: IIi ;YbEir'' fJtkt.f e t

itinesiware held at 2 p. m. Service, Wednesday 7:15: p. Sunday: Behoof 'J 10,, a. ,a
Youth-Led Spiritual Renewal 1 Sunday' in the.chapel of m. Charles 1 Reese, mlnlaUr.. Morning'' Worship Ua.- in$. "
Brannon Funeral Home. Lake ''Evening Worship 8 .p. '... : ;

Starts Sunday At First BaptistA ; Butleri'wieh'; David Taun- CHURCH OF .GOD < prayer Meeting Wednesda< 1.' /1I1"'ffI'Ci; JI I Irt

officiating.. Interment was 42a N.st. Clair St., Staike. 8 ..p,' m.. EtnB'earli'R"'da"r.at'I iPI
tn DekUf Cemetery' p. nv new.- Harvey; ban. pa'tor.
week of spiritual. renewal University of Florida will be MfDriggers; was born inBaker'Ctnmty Sunday School, 10 a. m\Wot-: .
led by the youth of the the preacher; Steve Burton, the ship Service, 11 a m., and \, _
moving'' to _
church., will start Sunday. ,a junior choral'music- major LaKe"Butler area as a young 7:30: p. m. Pra,. Meeting. CALVARY BAPTIST ::;:;::::;;:.;.;.:-:.:-;-:..:;:.::::::::::::::::;:::::;:::*:::;..... ;: '

July 14, at the First Baptist at FSU.' be' 'music director; :man. where tie had resided! Friday 7:30: p m.-aev. U 8. rt:*,.:'
Church St&t'ke.This and Holt, senior" at Williams, pastor. Sunday School, 1ft a.' mMttrhlng
Jerry a ever since( Mr. Driggers owned t: :: hl ,
week will also mark FSU, will be recreation .direo- Bradford Worship, 11 a;, nTralnlrg { 4 I (
farmlands In Baker; t' ::: m +
Union, 6:30: p. 1p : N E1
the Youth Week observance torand discussion leader. and Union county,'and BROOKER .:,.
held by the church each year. In addition to the services also 'owned and operated a livening, Service, 7:90; .Prayw :'.0:::*. .
Richard Williams has".been each evening at '::30. there ttervlce'sUtlon and restaurant Sunday: School 10'a. m. Meeting: Wednesday,' ':1'' ; i ; ;.
selected to serve as youth pastor will be recreation and discus- In Lake,"'Butler until his,re- Morning Worship. 11 a.' m. p.*! 'rn.-L-R**. ,aV H. BUtte *$ Oneo'the'definitiomtor's(; f I

for the week, and Paul slon sessions after each ser th'ement'several years ago. He Training Union 9:30: p. m. pastorHE1LBRONN/. yt?. 4 net i.'a mare, 1 -,
trap or a
McLeod music director. Evening Service, "':30.< Rev.
as vice. As a conclusion the' was'the"first tax collector of -
Other young people of* the week of special services the Union County,. serving in this Lacy: Conway pastor. i BAPTIST- ;:: A'net i I. used to catch: a. 1

church have been selected; to Youth Choir will present office for many yean. He was CHURCH .HIWAY 10.N., I:,,: tub There are timer In '
fill places of responsibility In again the Christianfolk and formerly' a HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH a I
popular member
a '' .
the educational ministry during -I, musical "Good News." deacon in the Lake Butler Highway! 109" at TherensalTraining Morning. sundsy''Schoof Worship! .Training.9:45:: '..-aa. .;'e..':.;:' every man' life;when, like r s

the week.A on Friday evening July 19. Methodist Church. Union-6:30 p. m. Union;0:30: p. m. Evening Sec Job. he feels that Cod hat 'i f'r '
State Baptist Student The public is cordially invitedto Surviving are his wife Mrs. :. I
Morning Worshlp -11 a. m. vice 7:30. Midweek '
Union team will lead the services : "Prayer trapped him (In a net. Job 19:0' ."
attend. these special services. Myrtle Driggers. Lake Butler; 4
Sunday School-10 a. m. Service T:3: I.Rev.\.x.: \ : .TommyHowe :
during the week. Elford two eons C. A.' Driggers. Evening Worship.-7:15: p. m. pastor.' ,E:#,:; read.*"Knout W0 God
Clark. Jr., a sophomore at the : '
Starke and J. E. Driggers. :
Wednesday Night PrayerServces :
Jacksonville; two da\l 'htenJ. hath' ""nfrfhroHpn !me. end hetlt'., q
7:30: p. m. Rev Merle RABUB PT T''CHURCH .
Mrs Mabel Maglll, Clewlston; Packham pastor; I comparted mt'isftn'hff;! '' Mt. : \ I '
... .
Services Held Misses Patricia Ann and Linda and Mrs. Edna Banners. Miami j .t I
School. .10 "
Sunday; : *v m. '
: tqt
For Mrs. MorganIn Morgan both of Starke: ; and five grandchildren.. Church of Jesui Christ of Morning.Worsh**,':11 .,a:\,m.; .' ..i I'' : : t ''But. 'ouf. 'troiiblcs.., .''anil- affliction* :( v ,

four brothers, Dearl. Otis and< Latter-Day Saints and 7 ..p''obxtMr.: .:.X JandABaketv ,; .' r--::;:: ..never cau* d by our'Gct.'More: t t
Jones Chapel Eugene Brewer of Lawtey C418 East Call Stlf pastor,; *
and Leon Pver., Orange I\OTICB. ,of-I Twvriojr' TORI'IGIIIT.n '-' ;;: t over."His Word *av; He I k ever faldW,', 'if. ; '' ,
riCTITIOUM NAMH Thursday,\ +, VlsJUUon," 10 _w
r '
Mrs. Lorene Thelma Morgan Park; three sla J. Mrs. Marie Notice 'U. .herby >lv.n that. theund.ralgned. .Services: a.m.,,' and .7.\".-;m. { fut to deliver Hi.people..The.Pnlmiitan '
l under the provln- 4ty
Crawford and Mrs. Ruby Priesthood 8:45: ; Sundays :
42, of Lawtey. died Wednesday .. .
of Sftl! "i-SIB( OI FloridaStatute :
lona .
July 3. after a long Griff. both of Lawtey; and *, 1965. will resister with hool, 10:00: ,4 Sacrament NEW BAPTIST : : illness She born in Arkansas Mrs. Carrie Oreer of Poplar the Clerk of ,thfe Circuit Court, 11:00.: RIVER x shall out
wa In and for Bradford County. lh, Lordi /for h. pluck lilY'/hit
on April 12. 1926. and Bluff, Mo.Funeral I Florida upon receipt of proofor Branch President Sunday ,Sohitol. 10' a.' '' "
lived in Lawtey for 22 years. services were heldat the publication f.Clfltloue. name of this of HAMP-notice, Dean Hansen, 964-6278 Morning 'Worship 11 a. 111. S'+s.: of the net.
She was a member of the 2 p. m. Friday. July 5, in' TON MltXAVORlta wider whichI Tralnlnr'trnlon\7;; p. m.nlng Er/: :::: wonderful The
Bethel Baptist Church. Jones Memorial Chapel with am engaged In bt.lnei Kin" ,at P. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Worship s1 p.:. ,IlL How are HI promise! .: e;,

Surviving Is her mother, Rev. C. L. Redding: offlcla: O.George Box 118.E.1Impton.Davla.. P.' O. Box. Sunday School, 10 a m.; Wednesday ''11I h.terYt, e, '. :;::j: promise. are proclaimed from the pulpit 1 by rv '

Mrs. Autle Brewer of Lawtey; 'ting Interment was in Dyal 93. Hampton thla 20th Flu, ole day. own..r.Dated of June, Morning Worship,. 11'' a. m: 7S9: p.'m.' Everyone; ...loom.L. ... f:: your patter' each week for the blessing. and.
one son, Gregory Morgan I Cemetery. with DeWltt C. Jones A. D. Btarke. Bradford County, Evening'Worship .7:30: m. ; L// Parker..pa wr o C :::: '. I
Florida. ; p. : edifying of God' people. Won't attend
Starke: three daughters, Mrs. {: you
Funeral Home In of Prayer 7:30\ j : ,
charge 6/>0 4t 7-18 Meeting : p. m.i
Carolyn Crews Kingsley Lake; Wednesday-Rev. J C. Hes- ciitntciX OF CHRIST cr:: church: this week and partake of this ble *ing?

NM ttrfj pastor -to Sun si: Btbld cA: j. 10' r'f:::::::: ',.,..-..."..H-.1ft .'" .

: a. m.; Morrdn \Worship"and i f:&:::;$*;:y.v.ty.&Vi&yw:: :;;: ;:: ::::\;:\;: -:{:{:{:: },1 .:;: .::::*::::::::;:.;:..:i;::;::::/V::;:::;: !::::::;:::::::: : :;::::;:::::: :::::::::psi: :::::::: vNa4a:;:!::;:::: : : :;;:::::.:.:{;1}
I. OfSTARKB '. Communion, Sertlceiit> as. i

West Weldon St. and Ralford Evening services 6::00.Wedaeecrar. .' i: ,..CIIoftIIIIW........./...,...............IMnaM.wp.IMrra. .. 4\\N1111I ,
REVIVAL Road Worship servte :'::. ) r '..-..tf........lor_...................,...........,.......... :: .
I I '7 p.10. '5thntsS.rsot'' ::J: "" .._ II ...... If$4 M i""""". ....in,>..n ... "'" to" ,!:E:;
Sunday School: 10:00: a. M: BelL. < :::: ;' 1'- purr.M\\III..M.hr.Aldt. w W. s..will.t.rN.tlrhk.. 1Aadr."" .twit :. : ) :::
11:00: a. m. Morning Worship; '. '::::.. :; ....rah.....tf the. .a.ds.id. .p..4 ...CIMdI Ia 1M... If 5.slfea". :::'::
6:00: p. m. C.A. Services: 7:00p. : a: 1'If., ........ w. ...,. wt.lr ....Irlww.wurttr. alit.. rr2Je.. .. rw ? I::::
nv. Evangellatto Services. NORTHSIDK BAFIMTCHURClt I : + *t... Northside Baptist Church" Wednesday: 7:30: ( p m. MidWeek' ". :j::: p.r.wtta.su. .MM.*to.to fc......."IM. ,I -'IOln\t\v' %::;;
Prayer Meeting. "
Pastor Lester. r. Rl hard. Schedule of sennoesj 1 Ckin-: :r ::::

son. day Behool.9:49: a."m'JoIorD.,. t..ft:::;: ::.:::;::::::;:;:;:..:.PJ{:{:1,.:,,::}::::..,1'l.:N..: Y ;:JJJ frSAh'y::; ;:;: y1 y1Y.::mm&te&mfMFAULKNER ;::; ;: : ;: :::::::::::: :: :,:::::ei rrT:::: ::;::{:;::::;:::;:;:::::::;::::;:::::::::::{::.y:.$::::;:'::;:f::.{
!ing Worship, 10:48.: am
I I i NORTIISIDE. : BAPTIST Training ,''Union'', '::4B p:'m.
; SpeClalSrngingr CHURCH >Kv: dng Bervloe. >7:..... Mld-. "
Located oil Bayfcsa HURST SHELL STARKE 66"
; WseK: Prayer' 'Serrloa W.dnesday .
JULy C'" I [.Sa 229- ] at Raiford Road 7:44: p. M '

Services: Sunder! School. 10a. SMYRNA MISSIONARY,
I m-': Sun' y Morning Wor!. 'BAPTIST CHURCH TRAILERS Carl Hurst Phone 96.1.6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 961-7231

14-19 ship. 11 a. m.; Training Union 6'Jl: : W. Pratt St. 'Sundayservices Tire Truing
6:30: p. m.; Evening, Service : Sunda 'School 10 AND TRUCKS ,
"Each 7:30: ; Midweek Prayer Service, ,
i g. 11 a. m. fleadllghtAdjustingGoodyear :
Wednesday. 7:30Rev.: : Olenn TrainigPr eUnion Tires and Batteries e.
;Lawhon pastor: 5:43: p. m. 'i/ Brake'Service
evening Wor ltip. '<7 p. Ill.Evl'l'Jone i
8:00: P.M.; 't Night I FIRST UNITED METHODIST welcome ,-- SMsrA. Road Service-Wheel Balancing Wheel Balance and

] I STARKE O.: Plynn.; pastor. Complete! Lube Service Alignment
I Sunday Church School. Minor Tune-Upa .
9:45: a. m-; Morning Worship. ,w. .. HJway,301 and 100 PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
11 a. m.: MYP Activities 6:30: Sunday. School i.' *::45 a. m. U. S. 301 South-Ph. 964-5899 All bfinor Re airs

Rev: Vernon F. Johns EvangelistOF p. m.; MY7 Meetings 7 p. m.; Morning Worship 11 a. m. 210 S.'Temple' Starke P .

Evening Worship. 8 p. m. Youth ;'VWIowahlp. 6 p.: m. 617 N. Temple Ave.LAWSON. ...,; Stark
Monday Annual Wesleyan .
Choir' rraaUoe ARKE".BUILDERS
Sub-District picnic a\ Wednesday ST

Lake Louise, 5:30: p. nv 8' pja.lUv..

NURSERY OPEN EACH NIGHT Tuesday Youth Curriculum Robert.D. Sure SUPPLIES, Inc. .f. \ ,'

Workshop at Plrst MEAT'; ,MARKET
Church, Gainesville, 7:30: p. RAIFORD.BAPTIST CHURCH OP STARKE, INC. .
I .t Featuring-Ace'Hardware '
m. Schedule] of services: Sunday AND COLD :STORAGE
EVERYONE INVITEDREViVAL Wednesday Prayer Meet- School. 10 am. Worship, 11a.m. Complete, Paint Supplies Buffet Lunch $1.25 .
Ing and Bible Study 8 p. mThursday We SpoclalfzeT In Custom Slaughtering -
and 7:30: p.m. Training ,. -
Chancel Choir Union,,6130! p-m. Rev. Jack and Sporting; Goods 11 A. bl. t 0.. P. l'-(. '
Rehearsal, 7:30: p. m. Cutting: and: Wrapping"Check ;-
Sunday Morning Worship Stolte pastor.KINGSLEY .
service will be broadcast over With Us First" Buffet Dinner 91.75 Prepared; for( peep
Radio Station WPXE. CHURCH LAKE BAPTIST 219 Washington St. 961.5270 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALEAND

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 9:45': 1... m; RETAIL
STARES Morning Worship 11. a. m. U. S. 301 North_ Ph. 964.7600
Training Union 8:19: .p.. m. Phone 964-7059
Opportunities of service:
Evening Service 7:30: p. m.
Sunday School! 9:45: a. m. Midweek Prayer Service, FLORIDA \

Come and Hear Rev. W. P. McElroy Morning Worship at 11; sermon Wednesday 7:30: :>. m..It!(Cbma 4 DAD' 4'&' :BRAD SALES

by Elford Clark youth let us worship together..';-Rev.: f T fPEST NEW METHOD.
'- -
evangelist Training Union
Allen Price,
pastor. '
JULY 15 TURD JULY 20 6:16.: Evening Worship, 7:30: f
with sermon by Elford Clark. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST. CONTROL .

Monday through Friday onday Sono... it a. i is 24-Ft. Wide''
\v Under New.Ownership
! Song Service Begins at 8:00 P.M. Youth-led Revival Services Morning Wonhli 11 a. m fht6IItA1 at \
Also Wide
7:30: p. m. Prt-Servlos Booster.[ Itand.. 12-Ft. Your Certlfied'Master'
I Young PM.4.. aa4 Pmyw I I
Special Music Every Night! ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL Service]. 5 p. ,. Jtv'nln% MOBILE HOMES Dry Cleaner
CHURCH. STARKE 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. and Traveltrailers
Werahlp. 7 eo m. Mid Wish Campers Free Moth-Proofing: ,--
Sunday Eucharist.
services: Holy -
aenice, Wednesday: TSO: I' Phone 964-5745 for FREE
8 a. m. Family Service Keystone Heights and
10 m. E. B.!Bowers;D.; D. pastor Free Pick-Up Delivery
New River a m. [Holy Eucharist 1st
Inspections and Estimates! and
and 3rd Sundays Morning BOATDRAIN BAPTIST Lake Geneva-Ph. 473.4320 311 N..Temple ':'" Ph.:96.J-570.1:

I Prayer 2nd and 4th Sun CHURCH STARKB''
I days]. J. Thomas Staab
i Rector. Sunday School, 10 a.m.

Baptist ChurchBROOKER MADISON STREET BAPTIST Training Union; 7 p. m. Evening -

CHURCH STARES Wor hl1t, 8 p.. m. Prayer CO. Grocery' and'Market
I Sunday, July 14 Sunday Meeting. Wednesday. 8. p m.-

FLORIDA School. 9:45: a. m. Morning Rev. Virgil/ LoveU. pastor Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries-Meats-Feed
Worship at 11. Youth Choir
Practice, 4:30: p. m. Youth BAYLBSS HIGHWAY Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems GAS AND OIL,
HOMECOMING JULY 21 Fellowship Supper. 5:45: ; BAPTIST CHURCH
Training Union. 41:15: : WMU Sunday School. 10 a. m.; BUIOVA WATCHES Abstracts! Jack and Gladys Edwards

the Prayer Circle 7::IS; Evening Morning Worship Service 11 142 W. Call .' Starke .
Celebrating 134th Anniversaryof Worship 7:30.Wednesday: St. Starke Title Insurance UJ S. 301 South' > ,
a. nt.s Training Union 8:30: .
the Church July 17 -Prayer p. m.; Evening Worship, 7:30: Phone 961-7061 158 W. Call Ph. 961.6 8t PHONE 96 -53t2
I Meeting 7:30: p. m. Church p. m./ _, 1

Dinner on the Grounds Choir Practice 8:30.: Prayer Meotlng. Wed.. 7:30: CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.
p. !D.r; O. A.: Meeting. Ws
IF WE DONTT HAVE IT 7:30 p. m.; Choir, Rehearsal Owned By Tho* We Serve In Twelve'Northeast' Florida Counties "Helping\ : Our Members Live BetterEfecliically"
EVERYBODY WELCOMEL. irertgrtlt'farjov. Office vNnNfvr1 ': $'-p?: ''ftlii: ** 1"rOU." '*' .
Snpplle. Furniture, Equip hood< meeting last. MondayIn :=; Keystone{ Ife'ights-Phone 473-1911

L. PARKER, Pastor II I ment. Bradford County each month. Rot. DW

I Telegraph. __ Medelros.: va.tor. -- ii- I' ---

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Two w- Pan Font __ __ BIb.\DFORD COUNTY 'TLLh7fRAPBRIAf1IR! R"LORRD1i ___ ______ THURSDAY., JULY II, 19U

'Family Band'


At FloridaA

five-day stand of Walt
Disney's "The One And Only.

Genuine, Original FAMILY
Band" this Friday through
-next Tuesday. July 13-16, will
;provide local movie goers with
top-notch and light hearted

-entertainment,. Disney's newest contenderIn ,: ,. .. "r-- ;-".' Tr r- -,; "'' "..-. \\j} ," '
the musical field stars Wal- iU

:Lesley ter Brennan Ann Warren Buddy John Ebsen Davidson ., : Inspected and Graded >y | ,

and Janet Blair.
"The Family Band" Is set
in the homesteading Dakota United States Department of Agriculture

Territory frontier of the 1380' OOA c r OVL

and chronicles the adventures -' ;- "'. -'I''' --_.-. -.-.- -_, -;-; ..._...;* -___.._-_. ....... ....,..;. ...,, _-.. .. ? ,. ..,.. r,?-?_ .. ,1 I- -$***' i1 1- -r--- ..-..-.
;hof a musical family which '
embroiled! In the presidential QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVEDu-PftlCES GOOD THRU JULY 14
battle between Grover WINM" .DIXIC' "TOU.,'INa.-COPY.IDNr-Its.: '

Cleveland and Benjamin Har T 94 or. SALAD OIL limit One With $5.00 or More Purcnate Excluding; CqareltetMAYONNAISE .

rison.Originally Intended for . !
Christmas '68 release, the WESSON OL39

timeliness of "Family Band"
prompted the studio to resche- -

:'summer.>dule with the engagement political Its the play Following campaigns dates conventions In New to an leading coincide exclusive York's this to \ '$ 5: 9Mifrii r-f 1 11 Lb. Con ATOR$ FFEIO-:: : :: :: :'::: $j

famed Radio City Music Hall' 1-Lb. Can MAXWELL HOUSE Limit 1 One Colles of Your Choice" With $5.00 or/More Purchase Encludmg CigateHei J ,
the picture opened nationallyin r
June and comes to Starke '

only shortly! thereafter.The

film Is based on the
'autobiographical novel, of 84earold ooooooeeoeo 1
i / iv
Laura Bower Van r '
'NUYs of Rapid City, South ,, r ? J .-SW; 'tr.Ti.!; 1o.'CRACKIN'GOOD OLD FASHION, 125.Cr. KLEENEX)(

Dakota, setting ,it apart from I 1 I ,..COOKIES:4e.ei......4/l. FACIAL TISSUE..::..6/l..:
;most movie musical comedy's'which r 20'0.. DIXIE DARLING C 2.Roll P1g.

'.proven are Broadway translated shows from 1 ; DARE; EAD..2/'t DELSEY TISSUE.... 5/I. '

A bizarre and horror shocker, "The of Penthouse suspense I DINHER ROLLS.;.. 2/25* PAPER TOWELS..... 3/87<

," will play at the Florida 8 Pk DIXIE DARLING RAISIN -?. J2 O. KOTEX & FEMS SANITARY

next Wednesday and CINNAMON IU"S.:: ;.29' IIAPKINS.e..r..3/$1.
"!Thursday. ; July 17 and 18.,It ..' .
:tars only five characters, all 'to y<, .*. .

.virtual Morgan Rodway,unknowns Suzy Kendall Tony in Terence Beckleyand Norman 'A l AI fN GRAIN eeeeeieeeei 3 8 tG 39f' Nn'303ronT' TEARs.! ....4/fit- :TAMlpAX.$1.23.: ,12 LUNCHEON 01 THRIFTY MAID MEAT.... 3/$1.

Martine Beswlck. I .- 7 ol. CHERRY STAR WHITE MEAT 3o No. B Con VAN CAMP ,

,two"The people Penthouse'by threat depicts and how atmosphere } Jit JELLYllsffRIHE ..........1.. 9'', TUNA .:..J;3/l. TD RAN1 ................49t* VIENNA SAUSAGE... 5$1.'Mli .

'an lives. extent of another the can victims take two over to are such un-the '1 :v M A- :lv s:;:.,.l /49.. 'oI on A THRIFTY oES MAID CALIFORNIA.6/:: .! ; $I.. 'f G AE A" I'StE 12 CHEK, or. CANNEDf..48i DRINKS..1/79'

:Willing to reveal the happen 'S $1".19 NG li TtrTp E !;' .: : :'/$l. 4d FRUIT-or. THRIFTY MAID /$ *f,4-oi. GLENN FARMS STEMS & PIECES 4ty. '

ing. ..n RIIilS..d .'; MUSHR001VIS......... /$. 1 .

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LABEL MAKERS from r { ,.!
$9.95- Bradford County Telegraph. USOA CHOICE W*BRAND RNFO.UCK'llbA5T> 'OR'

.In Til*. Ph. 9646305.-.01:The County \CHUCK ST .K.

Judge.. nradford Cou.tl' Flu..1.1. rConrt OO0OO U-
.. In Probate. 'It 5"1
In Re: Estate of Elva M. Scott, -
To All Creditors And Person.Having
: Claim. Or Demands AI
Against Said Estate: Y S
You and each of you are 'I w ROUND. ROAST 8:4
hereby present. notltled any claim.and and required demands to : ; 0. :

which you, or either of you, '" ".
may; have against the estate of R1T IISDA CHOICE W-D BRAND RNFED _.
Elva M Scott, deceased. late of J .
.ald County.) In the County ,"! g '

Judge. at of his Bradtord office County In the courthouse Florida T::;::: rpo, 'ROAST: 6St..

Florida of Bali within] County six at calendar Stark., : ; . <, .< .L .
months from the time of the rJ
first publication of this notice. y- USDA Cho ceW.D Brand Corn Fed RounJ Bane BMder of Cote" W D BRAND PLATE BEEF
Two copies of each claim or de
mandhall be In writing, and
shall state the place of residence $ .,
and post office address of 4 IBS. J
the claimant, and shall be
sworn to by the claimant his B ta.
agent, or attorney and acoom5 -
anted...' an4 by such a tiling claim fee or demandnot of one f Woo BRAND BEEF SHORT W.D BRAND LEAN GROUND Plus' 100.Stamp i*0'

: oo filed .hall be void. J
/S William John Crllly RIBS.O39'lB. 99
As Administrator! of the Estateof BEEF 5,1
Elva. M. Scott deceased. :
Myron C. Prevatt AttorneyP. :
O. Drawer. 668 r
Keystone Heights. Fla. 8285S J
Attorney' for Estate
11111 ft 1.18 A ..t .1
!. The.ct..e.it Court' Of Florida JIOIMEt "I.I u .- .. oP --_
'Kllgbtll Judicial ClrrsJt I. *.. .

.Fur....,....Bradford Case No. Coa.tr'Clstltl 57 C-ANNEDHAMS..1. 3'C H 299 '(BA. RED
"Kvelyn Oelores Smith Plaintiff '-
vs Phillip Smith, Defendant -
$" f AT.RITE SlICED t r I TJ
The State Of Florida :
Philip Smith whose residents. $ J9 r
Is unknown. COOKED HAM.LL I .
You are hereby notified thatA 0
proceeding for divorce has
In the Circuit .
been brought
Court' for Bradford County ... ......................f1 \.... .......-;'.'.....................
Florida against you. You ar. -
hereby required to file with the EJOCTR/A, : leX-THAt.: :i ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
answer or other pleadings In I I rill GREEN STAMPS [ I I d?( GREEN STAMPS. ;; .
Bald proceeding! and to serve saw MM1.MM(MMM MM NMMM ; w .r..rr oJ
copy, of same In Barton T. i 1-- .. .ft B-LS PKH. :w7sa.. <.TSS.. ) I .. .
Douglas Attorney for Plaintiff .. ..
rU1l wee SMANO LCAM 'Q71 M" PILa." :
Post Office Drawer 1228 OalneevlUe -
Beef :
: Ground
Margarine I
Florida on or before .
::fv.;; :4t:
the 29th day of July 1968 : .oeoTMNW _juwr. 14 : a00 THRU.JULY 14 : S .. ,
Herein, be fall entered not or against a Defaultwill you. _... .....-....;: ::: :::.....:....... ;__._.. .'::::-:: :':. ....; GALLOMS U MAJttHE ; S
WI tn... mv hand .and seal of IEX..R
aid Court at Starke Bradford 1 EX.TAA. : '
County. Florida. this li day of I I'I I uM ICI /
June. A. D. 1968. < -im MWW..M rrw__.... tl ...._, ....Ww wW.rr I
RAL: ) 1
( .
Charles A. Darby .-w INILd3DS
Clerk of the Circuit Court 4 CANS: RICH'S. 71 C2 r-Ke. LAMSRICHTCheese : "I''A .
By Virginia F. Da..byDeputy Cake A1
Whip Topping
Cleric .. :If!:: :
//27t 1.11 ,,- -OOB.....THRU..'......JULY_...14 OOO......TlfHU. ..-JULY-....14 1 1i
:. _.. ... ,-.-._-..---. -..-... ..-..,, ............-...... I "" .
!. The Co..<'T in***'. Cffl,.r Is) 0
Aad Fur Bradford Cu..,,. Fbrlam. Ex..R EX.-RA. :

Pile In. Wo.Ret' Estate Of Waddell. A. I i I .I dx'';''GREEN" STAMPSSOUTHHW I I I 1 .til* Y.C'.RF.E"NwSw&istrMP:: WS i 1 1'i3 'f .

Wallace. Sr; also known. a. W : .' .'...0.. :\ IM A'Anrb'enpRefR.RWIThfnAD'' WESTERN PINK MEAT JUMBO t '
A. Wallace, D.cea..d.NOTIOE StlLC <4LS.. }LUMOSC : .

aU creditors TO CREDITORSTo and .all perone :,'tU1i Est::; Shrimp Burgers J.: ; .Connecl'Plcnic., .tlU1 ICE..N1. ..eIlse 6/$1 1 .CANTALO U PES 3/$ 1

having claims. or demandSagalnst OOOO....THSjU".......-JULY--...14 :L ....00IlTUIULY'.4".....,, ..-....' :i' 6 0. t'lBV"IEGlJlAROR'! NOJ/s/PIN411MONADE OR ..
said estate.You arehereby : .......-..--....... ................ .. 1
each of
and ;
you '
f -1 LIMEADE 9 1 99" VINE! I ICE ;
notified and required /
file and claims and demands Ex.TAA. HFitV..1:. '" .'LS" ". (
which you, or either of you, i I I At1Prrrrraww"e S I I'EXTRA. :; FROtfN'RfN T .
the estate o( I TOM 'TO ES 23 .
have against ,
may rr IT MtMWMl* known Waddell as A W.' Wallace A. Wallace Br.., also deceased 1:0.--- .*' ..L..O"MO"'W.D. __ :-nOTATOES.." ...... 5''BAG..79' . . . IB. .
late.of Bradford County SAND SSOAOSStAsriaTurkey. J71 g e B PK LISTSMINC : ) (FIRST 0' SEASON JUMBO -. .,1.
of the : .
Florida In the office 1 Toothpaste & .
County, County Judge!Courthouse of Bradford In Starke County eOOO TMKU""JULY. .14 i.'ifati .000 THRU JULY...,,.14 ;: raliTpK"315l.: -. N 79." .
Bradford County Florida, with- .........., 'A-- '-M 80.. acOMA CHICKEN B dF'L' R.TURKEY. .
in six months from the date of < . .

u.the...-.flrat publication of this no- ': --EXTR/it '1'U'I : MEAT PIE-: ::...... REGULAR NEW CROP VENT' .
Each claim or demand mustbe I dYl GREEN, STAMPS ( !' ;. w -,

the'In place.writing. of. residence and must and state post :: sawwwrrwwrwrr. I r ;0 1116Q NKEESBPREACEB"! %!:t 't."Ir'.' ... 99 POTATO ES .1 0 iei 69 .
claimant. $
office address of the 1r14.exeANnteN.atl auto' ( 8AO
Ms agent or his attorney or It i 1l! ; : / !: /e / J .
Plaste ; .i
will be void according to law.Each Black 1,+,rAy WB91... i' ; IOR"EFRESHSf&LKS' i
creditor shall. deliver .000 a ODD "
enable sufficient the copies County of his Judge claim to to :II.' -.:.''''''''--::::: ': :: ::: .-'' :.''''.::::: -:::::::.:.....::' VEGETABLESCHOP. "" Si1$1$1 t ;
2 3 9 .
: C E LE RY /
mall one to the personal repre- r 10 of ACTOR PEAS I CARROTS
.nt..Uve.. D. 1911 EX.TRA. : IE tX.TRA. : at LIBBYS . . . :

The Dated Florida Suns National.20th. A.Bank Of I dl. GREEN.. STAMPS. i .J.'Jt... GREEN..... STAMPS.. :' CREAM CORN.Itltl/e 5/$1. "4".
n 1IN Mt-tfMM n III-Klin ll Wtil --- "' '
Jacksonville I : : SANTA ROSA WHITE.SEEDLESS ft : :
As Executor of the Last Will I, TWO .'OS STL. .e'ta ,i*oi. CAN TNT' Y'F .- .
and Testament of Waddell A.Wallace : ;& .wpl rut .riauss aAffosN : (BUY OM".-GET; ONE FREE'-90"INClfTON'( '$
W. A. Wallace
Sr.: a/k-a Dressings Bomb Plums Sit 39
dweanedBri lass; ::z:: Bug Grapes IB
Fred J. Thompson Jr. : eOOO.....TH..U..LY......_-,.14. ,- 'eooo.. YM..U..JULY.....14 ,:' ) SHRIMP CREOLE i/ .. IBS._ : :
Trust Adams Officer Rothsteln tt. Sterel ..................... .'...,..._.'l..... _-............M.M..............4 f

... 101 Florida Title BulldingJark.onvllls .. '- ..
for Executor ... .
J ., '
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