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 18, 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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SundayIn Lake I "_ ,, Stand To Lose r(p

MishapTwo k.r.f, -: Federal I Funds' 1

deaths occurred at f 61. "

Gold Head Branch State *r ) HEW Refers

Park Sunday, July 14, .. : r
when a 30-year-old Army .. .. Bradford Case
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sergeant drowned and his Reno Delegation

48 year old stepfather, :\ n ... For Hearing.
watching from the beach, ," '( .k ; I

collapsed and died.: ,:;$iJW14., CouncilA Proceedings leading to

Sgt. Kenneth Edwin O od- iikj : Quizzes possible termination of I

an accidentally drowned while ; Federal funds to Brad-
attempting to swim from the
ford Schools have
beach to a float about 7:15p. : : delegation of six Reno residents, headed by Rev. County
been Initiated
m. Sunday, according to i Levy Lennon, was assured by the Starke City Coun by the re
gional office of the U. S.
the Clay County Sheriff's De- ; cil Tuesday night, July 16, that conditions will be
partment. His atep-father, improved as fast as the city has money available.A Department Health,
Olen Ray Sanders", Gainesville Education, and Welfare in
delegation! of six Reno
suffered) an apparent said there are many streets in Atlanta.
residents headed by Rev. Levy
heart attack on the beach as Lennon, was assured by the Staike that need paving or School Supt. Tom Casey released \
he watched the drowningSanders : Starke City Council Tuesday resurfacing. "Many streets Tuesday a letter writ-
have been let all over town ten 11 Paul M.
was rushed to the nIght July 16, that conditionswill go July by Rilling I
Bradford County Hospital but be Improved as fast as until it will cost money to repair regional civil rights director in
: I them" McRae said, the Atlanta office stating
was pronounced dead-on-ar- .01". .. the city has money available. ,
rival, according to the Clay The group appealed In "We'll work with what we that Bradford's "compliance
sheriff's office. ,; '. 'i. to question the Council aboutits have. Our problem Is our bud file" is being referred to
'. "
Ooodall was about. 15 feet 'rrf': ": -".. :}LiL' 1' x tentative plans to resurface get." HEW's Washington, D. C. office -
from the float when he called t", ::!! :'J : >.:,'__., __ Eatelle and North Streets The group was assured that to start proceedings toward -

for help, the sheriff's office in Reno If funds can be Included the present city council wantsto an administrative hearing

reported. A brother and' an Sale Attracts CrowdThe In the new budget: ; due do something about the for the county.
unknown person went to his Angus to be adopted In September.But problems in Reno and'' will as HEW's latest communiquestates

'aid, but were forced to relinquish before they left they had soon as funds can be made :

their hold on Goodall new show ring on Edwards Angus Farm was mate of Maurice Edwards! Jr., who conducted the discussed a number of Items, available. "Following the staffs June

and he went under. His body crowded with buyers and spectators all day last sale at his farm on Edwards Road, spent the day such as problems with dogs, Mayor Carl Hurst told the review of your school system's

was located about 9:30: Sun- Thursday, July 11, when 175 lots of Black Angus outhouses and ditches that group the Police Departmentwill desegregation plan and its
day night. here.There need cleaning out. take care of the dogs if conferences with and
The sheriffs office said cattle were sold at public auction. Buyers, includingsome were two professional auctioneers and a you
residents will call when they I
Rev. Lennon Is presIdent of members of your school board
Ooodall apparently realized he from Bradford County, came from Florida, crew of professional ring men to run the show.J. around.
the newly organized local are this office wrote June
couldn't make it to the float Tennessee, and Alabama.Mrs. M. Edwards Sr., due to retirement and a recent chapter of the National ASSO-\ The group was told by 26 stating that your you school
and There Edwards said after automobile accident has sold the Edwards Road
panicked. was no Betty Monday, assessingthe elation for the Advancementof Councilman McRae to refer system's desegregation plan
report of any kind of seizure. sale "We were real pleased" and termed the sale farm to his son. Many of the cattle sold belonged to Colored People. Mrs. Maurice the ditch cleaning problem on as It was being implemented!!, ,

Services were held Tuesday, "a pretty good success." him. White, another memberof Old Lawtey Road to the Utility was not an effective meansof
July 10, for Ooodall and Wed Commissioner school of Department. But Utilities the schools
Agriculture Doyle Conner, a the group, is secretary desegregating
nesday, July 17 for Sanders. the NAACP chapter. Supt Oscar Davis was presentand in your district and Indicated

Sgt Ooodall was on leave The group was told the heard that request. order to achieve com

from services Ft. Carson.at Jones Colo..Memorial Following -\ On, New Budget ...... ".: .. :...:..,!,'.: Council plans to resurface Es- County They Sanitarian were told to Jack contact Tra- that? w1'V'" '!;'"' you Ii.l''
S. telle and North Streets and school system .should adopt a
Chapel In Starke his body was construct a sidewalk on Pine wick about unsanitary out- desegregation plan which
sent to Colorado florin, fol houses.
Stieet. would effectively eliminate
where military rites and burIal "It's the wishes of this!
Lennon first told the Coun- the dual structure of yourdistrict's
were to be. cil the residents understood council to do something as fast schools.
Sgt. Ooodall Is survived byhis' "
allows! Chairman
as money
from an account In The Tele- "Specific suggestion of acceptable -
wife Luanne two sons: .
; Orle Wiggins told the group.
graph that the work "may or means of bringing
Phillip Austin and Kenneth E. ddt ..4ar ; In other action the Council:
may not be done. They were the system Into compliancewere
Goodall Jr. all of Colorado
Agreed to allow the coun-
assured that council members made.Because. .
Springs, Col.: hIs father, ty to amortize
over a two-year
KnifeBradford had surveyed Reno and had ": your school system
Joseph! Ooodall of Melrose\ ;
determined that North and period the $400( It will cost to has not given this office an
his mother, Mrs. Glen Ray
run underground utility con-
Estelle were two of the streetsin adequate assurance that. it
Sanders' of Gainesville; four nections to the new court-
worst condition and in the
will adopt and implementsuch
brothers: Gilbert. Terry, and County Com- flee, but commissioners requested most traveled and most populated house on North Temple Ave. referring
a plan, we are
Stanley, all of Gainesville and missioners Clerk Charles Darbyto Architect Frank George and
began sharpen. areas. school compli-
Larry K. of Melrose two sisters your system's
Invite the public defendertc Contractor Finest Tlleat appeared -
: Kclle and Florida Streets
their cutters
tFlrmoo" : budget ance file to our Washington
Mrs. Marchant of
: Beryle
to make the
rn a second: special budget alto need' paving, the group request.
last night in the opening office for Initiation of administrative -
Okinawa and Miss Elizabeth
next Wednesday nightto -Was' told by Supt. Davis
Cession told the Council
round of sessions set to proceedings
Ono that work on the joint school-
his "I've lived in Starke all
explain report. my of
; possible termination
Capt. Samuel Bevlns and balance a $66,000 deficitin
county-cltv sidewalk project Is
; 'A Phased of the proposed bud- life." Mrs. White said "Andin your district's federal financial
the pastor of the North Cen- the county's tentative at a standstill while men are
other areas all the old main "
tral Baptist Church of Gainesville '68-69 budget. get escaped trimming and assistance.
officiated. streets are hard surfaofd [Continued on Page Four] Supt. Casey did not Indicate
Biggest slice of the eenlngcame [Continue on Page Four) Councilman Jimmy McRae Tuesday in releasing the letter
Mr. Sanders:! was a watchmaker -
at the expense of SherIff -
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and a member of the any
Baptist Church. He formerly P. D. Reddish's proposed made to answer the letter.
budget of 113148. Casey did however, that
operated a business In Starke. say,
Surviving is his wife. Eliza- In a 3-1 vote, the commission the School Board will prob-
beth Sanders of Gainesville: amen'ed and reduced the + 1W ably hold a second budget

two step-daughters: Mrs. Ber sheriff's budget to Include an hearing next Tuesday. July 23.
yle Marchant of Okinawa and increase not to exceed five and the topic will probably be

Miss Elizabeth Ooodall of per cent of the current figure taken up then.

Gainesville; four step-sons: of 188.362 This results in a Supt Casey has contendedand
Gilbert Terry and Stanley Gary Prevatt, 11, and his small palomino cutting cut of $20.368 from Reddish's his Board apparently

Ooodall. all of Gainesville and horse ,also put on a show for spectators at the Ed- proposed:\ budget. agrees with him that Brad

Larry K. of Melrose; four wards sale. The 4-]( youth and his horse worked the Commissioner Buck Norman i r'rt ford Countv is in compliancewith

brothers: Horace, Norman. cattle from holding pens with ease. The auction opposed the move, stating that the 1964 Civil Rights Act

and Clyde Sanders, all of went smoothly and was worked fast with one lot en- he felt a 10 per cent Increase with Its Freedom-of-Choice

Starke and Harold Sanders of tering the ring right after the other. would be needed to cover plan
Phoenxvllle, Penn.: three sisters matching funds for social security The superintendent for
: Mrs. Elaine Sandlford of and retirement funds 1 .r months this spring and sum

Macon Oa, Mrs. Kathleen and the salary for a. matronat 4 mer had numerous telephone
Marchant of Warner Robbing. Warrant Signed HereIn County Jail as required by calls with regional HEW offices -

Oa. and Mrs. Jean Johnson of recent legislation. in the Atlanta office

Port St. Joe, Fla.. and his Reddish was not present at over Bradford's compliance
father, George E. Sanders of status with Title VI of the '64
the session and was unavail-
I False Crime ReportA ,4 r Civil Rights Act. Casey finally
able for comment.
(Continued Five]
on Page brought the matter to the attention -
Also axed was a proposed: of the School Board In
Polk county man, Alwyn lice Chief James Huckaba, recreation -v'w, of $12,501. early June, saying he could

North Florida Odell Medders, has been Waldo Policeman Pat Boat- In a unanimous vote, $5.501 tJ get; nothing on paper as to
charged here with falsely! reporting wick. James H. McCalllster or was trimmed, leaving Recrea- specific areas where Bradford

Civil Defense a crime. Waldo, and Alachua County tion Director Gene Rayburn County is not in compliancewith
Area The complaint Is based on Deputy Sheriff J. R. Hooten. with a $7.000 bUdget-up only HEW guidelines for de
an alleged false report made Although Medders allegedly $217 from this year's budget.An segregation.The .

by Medders last January 27 reported the robbery to have Impasse developed after Board authorized the .,-
PRESENTS that'he was stopped by two taken place in Alachua County lengthy consideration of the superintendent to write HEW's

"Though The Earth police officers a mile and a the offense with which he agriculture budget. County Atlanta office requesting a
Be Moved" half north of Waldo aDd! rob- is charged took place in Brad- Agent O. T. Hugglns presented written explanation of Brad-

(The Alaskan bed of $65. The warrant was ford County. requests amounting' to a ford's areas of non-compli

Earthquake) signed' July 11 by Deputy Appended to the complaintIs $2.500 increase over the cur- Wednesday Night Sheriff Glen Moore charging a lengthy report of an In- rent budget of 16337. Of the HEW office Casey contended,

Tuesday July) that: vestigation made by the Al- increase, $2.300 Is earmarkedfor gave no such specifics.
23 .Medders on Jan. 27 achua County Sheriff's Department pay raises.Chairman Further communication then

7:30, P.M. gave false Information to into the reported Dave Shuford Man Dies In Bizarre Accident led to a. trip here by two HEW
Deputy Glen Moore concerning robbery. and! commissioner Mrs Jessie officials here from Atlanta
North Florida Civil the alleged commission of a According to that report Chastain questioned Huggins and a meeting In the Bradford
Defense Area Hdqra. crime In which Medders Medders stopped at a bar in concerning the amount of the A bizarre car pedestrian accident U. S. 301 at about 11:45: p. but an Investigation la under- courthouse on June 19. That

Edwards Road Starke said he had been robbed by Waldo and said he was a Polk pay hikes and the agent last night at Hwy 18 m., his attention was drawn toa wayHis also ended inconclusively after
two police officers in Alachua County deputy en route from countered that several of his and U. S. 301 south of Starke pickup truck sitting at the death was attributed to a two-hour discussion.!

PUBLIC INVITED County knowing that Informa- his home In Highlands City to staff members were underpaidby claimed the life of 35-year-old crossroads with the driver's massive head Injuries. A second letter written June

tion to be false and that no :Baxley, Ga. to pick up a prls- state standards. Consider Thomas Robert Crawford. of door standing open. Bradford County Sheriff's 26 was sent to Casey, but he
The CommunityState such crime had been commit- one ation of the matter was con- Rt. 1, Lawtey When he looked back at the Deputy, Glenn Moore, reported found that no more conclusive
ted:" He said that while at the tinued. Crawford was reported to roadway Cowart said he sawa observing Crawford's 1968 than the earlier commun-
Bank Medders is not in custody, bar he talked to two police Study was also continuedon have been atn.1ck-as he was man lying crosswise In his Chevrolet pickup parked at iques.

but Bradford County Judge officers and later, they fol- a request by Public Defender lying across the Inside north- lane-and swerved awaybuttoo the crossroads at about 11:00p. : HEW*, all along has asked
Accounts now lnnrd Theron Yawn set bond at $800 lowed him up the road, stopped R. A. Oreen Jr. for an bound lane cf 301-by John late to avoid striking him. m. but saw no signs of for a new plan showing how

up to SI5,000 by returnable July 30 during Plea : him and then robbed him Increase from $2,832 to $7,200in Robert Cowart of Jacksonville. No charges were filed! the man as he passed the Bradford County schools; will

Federal Invar Day in County Judge's Court. of $65. his county supplement. Cowart told State Trooper against Cowart. truck. be completely desegrated in
Listed as witnesses in the The accusation was checked Green submitted a report Cunningham that as he approached State Troopers were not able Crawford Is survived by a two\ Casey and the
rnnr Corn. complaint in addition to thoroughly by Alachua County outlining the Increase in caseloads the Junction of Hwy to confirm Crawford's condition wife and three children.

Deputy Moore are Waldo Po authorities, Including a hear- being carried by his of 18 in the northbound lane of at the time ho was struck, 1 .(Continued on Page Four). i

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Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathewswere Mrs. Evelyn Norman of Or- '- :- children of Gainesville were and son. Orady Williamson, WOODS FIRES J

Saturday dinner guests lando was Tuesday overnight visiting Mrs. Ethel Russ Sunday visited: Saturday aftemcon.

of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mat- guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Mrs. Rhoda Dampier: .abS' tfjBradford County hA" anl
I dtyA
ti hews In Gainesville on Dawn Ncwcomb. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Russ bias Cheryl Griff were ,''11:1-:; 'v\v ;-a'ge of 3.60 Inches of ralo<

Matthews' sixth birthday. Mrs. Harry Mooty and 3 3.eLJtr. and family of Gainesville were ,Jacksonville: Bench: Saturaj* last!,, eek. bringing the July

Mr. and Mrs.: JTaite Dyal and 1 daughter. Miss Gerrl Mootyof Sunday dinner guests of Mr. afternoon for the appparan-e total through Monday to 5iij)

niece. Faye Dyal of Graham Gainesville will spend the andl;! Mrs. C. L. Atkinson.THERESSA. f the Navy's precision Jet Inches. I

.... GLADYS MOOTY were vacationing the past'l two weekend In Lake Worth and flying team, the Blue .Anee; !, .., _fiv z the week ending Monday,
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N Phone 964-7608 weeks In the mountains. of will v Slt Miss Mary Lu '!..Y..9..YY.. Friends of Mrs. Herbert CIa- New Rver tower recorded 3 804(

North Carolina. Sanborn In Palm Beach. /ersettle will be glad to ,knoW'he Inches; Louis Hill tower a*l

I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stein- and Mrs. C. E. H at hcme and feeling .'} .II'hland had 3.40; and Sanj-j4) !
vis- Sgt. .
Miss! Janle Orlffts was Mickey Djirjjby returned\ M.fr 1 in c'11a'e '
Mr. and Mrs. Mark -etter after twr days WpJBO.:, / 4
lung Mr. and Mrs. Robert Saturday from four weeks meyer and' Faschnat of 'New Cumberland Pa'a.tk'l"'It. /' ,\' .,
Hos'-ltad in MjioIlres were reported 1 1y1
and children of Jack- ;
In Savannah. Oa. the at Herlong Pa. were last Friday luncheon
training at
"1' Cooper ROTC camp By Dorothy Mills ) :
weeks. sonville and T. J. Layfieldand guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Mr and: Mrs. Bill PhlIltef J'tw/SlKrloa' \; Forest Service I isi
past two Forbes Air Force Base. Kan. Phone 473-4518 th*!
,. are visiting : bier: County the
Eberle Mrs. Layfield Sr. of Fort H.ardenbrook. : : patf
and Mrs. Russ Diane
Mr. Miss Davis of Gainesville -
and daughter, Ruth and Miss fiancee of Mickey Dans- White were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ewell 'Lawson .vvvvv v vv vv.vvyvvv' OR'-kh'ms this week. A .\$tefttf( Since January 1 theiojhiftve' ]

Tresa Whitehead of Brooks- by spent Saturday to Mon- Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong.Sen. and Mr. and1:!: Mrs. Jimmy The George payne are in been 123' fires with 922]
Hope Baptist Church few weeks vaca- AWrts! burned:, as cOmpared'
and Maine fcr a
yule were vacationing In day with the R. O. Dansbys.Mrs. Lawson attended the Woods '.. ,
1 Sunday School, 10 a. m.. i\ -4t11)04{ fires and 776,8
Johns and grandson Philip In Allendale "on. ) acres
Pittsburgh, Pa. the past two V. J. Ragsdale of De- family reunion a' 4 ChCMser :? '
Johns. have returned from S. C. on Sunday. Morning; Worship, 11 a. m., Mr. and Mrs. Milton 'btrfriecl during the same period '
weeks. Bary formerly of Starke
Rev. and Mrs. John Brab- 'last Wednesday overnight was three weeks in GlenUlle\ N. C. Evans Bedsole of Laurens. ; Training Union, 6:30: p. m.: and son Mike of Ml Mr. and Mrs.. C. Hoppeof Evening Worship, 7:15: ; Wednesday overnight guests of hla ....
ham and family of Davie for- guest of Mr. and Mrs. Leo p. ;. S. C. was Sunday visitor ofMrs. -
evening Prayer Service: brother-in-law and sister, Mr. ...
Tampa were weekend1 guestsof
visiting W. B. Mundy.
of Starke .
merly were Champion.Mrs.
... Boys' State 1:30: with choir practice fol- D. Phillips,
friends here over the weekend W. E. fowling 4s Mrs. O. L. Beasly : Miss June Harding of Atlanta ; *nd Mrs. James home Tuesday.

,. and staying at Klngsley Lake. spending this week visiting and Mrs. J. W. .;: .icaid. Oa Is visiting her par Jimmy Yawn, son of Judge and Mrs. The .wing.: Rev. Merle Packham Hope ;nrorte to: a vacation in Norjh;} .:r1a11) AbftU* It I "
will! Mr. and Mrs. David ScottJr. ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Carolina. Thoreau said It: "Be not Mrs. J. R. Wainwright her mother( Mrs. Dell Mathews 1 ron A. Yawn, and Tim Thompson, son of Mr. and Church Pastor Is In Linden of Mr. an,?Mrs. Paul/ ,
of Ga. Guests
and son Atlanta. Sr. from Tuesday to Hop-nlv- good bu.t good
]leave Friday to spend a week of Palatka who: Is In Hardlnu I fort
and spent the past week with Dr. Thursday.Miss Mrs. W. B. (Bill) Thompson, report they worked Fla., this week for revival serVices Maynard for a barecue 8U9pJSunday something." I II

with daughter.her Mr.son-in-law and Mrs. John the Alachua Medical !Centerfollowing and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. I Leona Bush of Mobile, hard and learned a lot at Boys' State last week, July at Linden Baptist evening were Mr. and ;I ___: .:

surgery Montffiy. Mr. and Mrs. Max Furlongand Mrs. Vergle 7-13 in Tallahassee. Church. The revival continues Mrs.: p.hymer Howell and Dou-:: ::
Kopclousos In Birmingham, Eric, Kevin and Scot McIntyre Ala Is visiting ( THE SOUT'URiDE :.
Ala. of Jacksonville are visiting children of Tlfton, Ga I Flynn this' week. They spent Both Bradford High School seniors-to-be had the through Sunday. During RevPackharn's ijlas Brown, of Starke: Mr.
are visiting their parents Mr. In of for office and losIng absence this Sun- .nd Mrs. Marvin Holmes of I C1UTKill! OF CHRIST ,..
Rev. and Mra. D. T. Far- t their'grandparenbs, Mr Tuesday and. Wednesday experience running a political .' .
Mrs. V. V. Hazen and lay, Joe Shadowens lay minister Lake Butler' : Mrs. Jan*II..cL1ml t
vaca this and Tampa.L. but both said they had a good time. Invites
abee Jr. and! family are and Mrs. J. H. DuPre First D. YOUTo i
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Furlongthis Beach from Baptist and family of Washington
of Vero
tioning for two weeks In week. C. Smith Charles Schaefer, state American Legion sergeant
Church :In Oreen Cove Springs Brldwell of Cocoa
GulUord, Conn. Reeda. Debra and Randy week. was .Saturday! overnight guestof at-arms, took the pair to Tallahassee and partici C.: John 01- Hear
will conduct the services. Ole
Mr. and'Mrs. R. F. Lewis of Wiggins Miss. are Mrs. Charles Hardy was visIting his mother Mrs. :Henry O'- Yawn flew Beach; Mr. and Mrs.
Pra-the'l in the for two days.'Judge
have her mother. Mrs. O. E. Hara. program I' ,Community House on and daughter of Oranne'
returned and daughter to .their home, in Mr.trending and Mrs.three Paul weeks Faulknerand with McOauley, In Palatka from Mrs. John Spengler and Flip (he boys home Saturday. A recreation period Is held:! Park and ShJ"lev Ptcer of THE GOSPELOF

Jennings. La. after two weeks Mr. and Mrs. Emory Mon-day to Wednesday.Mrs. Graham went' to Cape Ken- each Monday evening at 7:30: Crystal Lake. The occasionwas

visit with the Prescott Gills I Lewis In Starke and Mr. and Edna Hart Mrs. Edith nedy last Tuesday to Thursday -: Odom and In the Theressa Community I Mrs. Loring's WrthdavVisitln CHRIST:;
; Odom. Miss Sara House. All community resl- the Mavn rda this
Christiansen and Mrs. !Reba to Seaman Spengler *
and J. D. :Ppyles. Mrs. C. L. Atkinson in Brook- see
Mrs. Walter S. Vanderlip of er. Crawford. visited Mr. and Mrs. who was docked with the USS Roy Odom, Jr., all of Tampa; 'ents are invited. week from Orlando' are Mr. 8::30 Sunday_ Morning

Ronald\ Crawford in Orange Thomas 'A.: Edison submarine 25 Years Ago Merline Rogers Daytona PERSONALSCongratulations are Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Johns
Tucker. Oa. Is spending a S. G. Denmark and Ken- Beach: Mr. and Mrs. Walter to Percy .. WPXE; Radio -,Dial 1490
Park Monday evenlnor.. and children.
Mrs. Harry Mrs. Ella Moody and: Mrs.
week with Mr and neth Orlder attended the -
: --B- Atkinson Sr., Mr. and Mrs. 'Sullivan III his first birthday Sullivan
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bakken Cove on Mr. and Mrs. Percy '
Mooty and.mother( Mrs. C. Furniture Mart in Atlanta, Pearl Colson of Oreen By Alice MvGarvey Mr. and Worship Serrke
Walter Atkinson, Jr.
: Friday, July 19. Palatka visited his parents.
A Sanborn. Ga. from Sunday to Wednes and sons have gone to Wah- Springs and Mrs. C. W. Beas- of
Mrs. Larry Atkinson, and Weekend guests of Mr. and Cleveland Sul'l- Sunday\ 11:00 A.M.
Mrs. H B. McLendon of Or- peton. N. D. to visit Mr. and W of Gainesville vl-Jted Mrs Mr. and Mrs.
day.Mr. Mrs. Bakken Sr. for three Edna Hart and Mrs. Edith of children all of Donaldsonvllle Mrs. E. S. Sibley were Mr "an. and th'lr son. Percy Jr.
lando la the guest of her and Mrs. R. F. Prather The Withholding provision Oren HTrard Bible Study Sunday
Oa.; Mr. and Mrs. ind Mrs. H. Nadeau of North evening.
brother and slster-ln-law. Mr. and daughter, Charlotte of: weeks. Enroute they visitedMr. 1 Christiansen during the week- the federal Incomo tax went |I ': of Albany rmi I family Tuesday
and: Mrs. DeRltch OreenIn end. and children :Miami\ : Mrs. Shelley Mocrer Mrs. Percy SuHJvan Jr. and fl= A.M. and -
and Mrs. B.' L.' Matthews at Jennings. La. were Friday Into effect July first just 25 Elite ? 7 P.M.
Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Jes'le Powell and daugh- HI visited Mrs. Sulli"Sn's -
St. Charles. Mo. They were "ercy
Klngsley Lake. Last weekend. of Mr. 'South' US
night dinner guests I Oa. 3 Ml. )fl 301
years ago. Bainbridge
Heard of ; Power
ter-in-law Mrs. Verna Mr. and Mrs.
... accompanied by Eollne Green pirenN.
Mr. and Mrs.: Matthews and and Mrs. Pat Thornton.Mr. Recent ChangesIn '
who is visiting her grandparents. In the process of changingover I Mrs. Toye Rogers, Mrs. Shirley 'f South Miami Mrs. Sibley Marshallstrirk'Rfld, In Flora- -
: Mrs. McLendon visited theirS and Mrs. Jack M.11e.land -. -- -
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Benefits For from a lump' sum pay- Tetstone Ronald Lee Mrs. Nadeau. Mrs. powell anc? ------ .-. -
aunt Mrs. L. M. Edwards son of Key West are vls"tlng ,
ment of federal income tax to Windham Casey Lee AtkinsonPatrick :Mrs.\ Mooier are the daughter
and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wll-I ." her parents Mr. and Sublett. In Murfreesboro. Disabled Widows Charlie When Von Use An Andrews' Charge 4'
the "payajj-you-go" tax. a portion W. Castlen. of the' former Mr. and Mrs. c.
for three weeks.
.. cox in Fort:,:Lauderdale. I Mrs. Roy demons for two Tenn. Mrs. C. I.. Account -sr' -
75 Castlen, Mr. and A. Youngblood of The1'essa'T'he
approximately percent
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Tresc.otl weeks. Beverly Kay Raby, daughterof Important changes in social
1942 tax "for- Atkinson Mr. and Mrs. Leroy sisters attended;! the Your Prescription Tax Records
of the was
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rabyof \ -
: of Macon Oa. were weekend Cindy Parrlsh of Miami If< security payments for disable ,
guests. of Motor and Mrs. V. spending several weeks with Bedford Lake. was christened widows have been made re- jrlven." The empowering: legislation -f Stokes and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Youngblood reunion in Brook are Kept For You By Us

: J. Spengler ar.d Mrs. Emma her cousins Brenda and Mar- Sunday at St. Anne's cently. according to T. C. was the Ruml Act. We Rogers all of Brooker Lewis; Reeds of r on Sunday. Dinner guests Andrews DrugsFor
Randy and Debbie if the Siblevs Friday even-
sha Episcopal Church In Keystone Watson. Bradford pounty are all used to the method now on
S. Badman: ,, Clemens. .5 S
Heights. Godparents are Mr and most of us welcome It Wiggins Miss. Ing were Mr. and Mrs. C. H
: Dr. 'and Mrs P. G. Felo? Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cooper Social Security representative Fast Delivery Dial 901-7170 SCI P1 %
and, Mrs. Tony Woods of rather than the old method by Cpl. John Lewis of Germanywas Ynunirblood and grandson of
: and "son. spent the weekend and family of Savannah, Oaure "Benefits are now( payableat
Jacksonville and Mrs. L. C which had to, a visiting his wife and infant Wllllarton.: Mrs. Florence John-
at Daytona, Beach. visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. age 50, Mr. Watson said we once year.
: Cooper this week. They all Adams of Bedford Lake. Before this change a widow meet a: tax payment that always son In Santa Fe, and his

a _ _ _ Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smithof could seemed to be than parents Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm : I ISav
... visited Mr. and Mrs. James not obtain benefits un- bigger ,
.. Cooper In CWelland, on Sun- Jacksonville were vMtlnu til age 60, unless she had a expected. Lewis last week.
her mother. Mrs. E. A. Wink- child in her care. Kathy Prescott Is spendingtwo '
War made tax increases
day.Mr.. and Mrs. Harold Bran- 'or, and family on Tuesday.Mr. Here's, how a disabled:! widow and the 20 cent weeks in Tampa with
ham were Sunday dinner and Mrs. L. D. Vinln goes about qualifying for bene- necessary per Ml'is Linda Joyce. s

... guests of Mr. and Mrs. I visited Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Its. She must be at least''81 withheld was the highest rate Mrs.! Wanda Whitman and \ ,

Thomas Coon in Green Cove Vining in Palatka on Satur- years old. and her husband of Income tax that we in this .faughter are visiting Mr and

.. Springs. 1 day.Mr. must have worked long( enoughfor country 'had ever had levied Mrs. Ira Hoover in Tampa.Mr. '

Mrs. Lucy Wine of .West and Mrs. Charney Wil- social security; benefits to! 'against ua. The Treasury and Mrs. Orrle Piescot! "You More.

... Virginia is visiting her I Hams had as (guests; over the be paid. She must have an hoped to raise an additional and family of Tampa and : .. I .
.. daughter Mrs. Beryl Casey, weekend on their housebOat Impairment severe enough to $16 million to a total of $25 Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Fowler C CA CI

.. for two weeks. on the Ochlawaha River. Mr. prevent her from wOrking. million In Income tax. Other of Hampton were visiting Mr

: Ask Mrs. Walter Stewart and and Mrs. Vernon' Williams of This condition must have last- taxes: brought In $7 .billion. I and Mrs. Paul Prescott ,last I

Mrs. Ken Stewart and daughter c1enny. ed or be expected to last 12 weekend. .F & .

:. Charley ElIIIripI of. Gainesville were Friday Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williams months. In addition she must The painting 'Bclshazzar'aFeast" Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes ,9" 9ii5j.4it : ; Beauty: 4ds.HERE' .

night supper guests (of Mr. Sr. ;are visiting Mr. and Mrs. have been disabled before herhusband's and Tony Castlen were visiting -
which In the Gospel
j' hung -
Billy Powell in Maulden S. C.
and Mrs. C. L. Cooper. death or within Mrs. Kathy Clayton In
: E. Mr. and Mrs. John Van- this week. seven years after his death. Tabernacle' for many years Dundee and Mrs. Alphle par-

Koolbergen were Saturday Miss Maria :Moore and Tom If she received benefits be- went on display there for the rlsh in Auburndale ast week- PRIJ'OFI:

_9 ana..::..:.;: I evening visitors of !Mr. and Galloway of Tallahassee spent cause she had young childrenshe first time 25 years ago. $ : .

; Mrs. R. R. Chism. the ;weekend, with. Mrs. Martha must have become disabled Painted by the 80 year old end.Mrs.. Alberta Stokes Mis. ,
Mrs. H. O. Bolllnger and Moore. within seven'yeaTS ot mother Mrs. Stuart Fletcher. Ruby Stokes, and Mrs. Wilma -

:. About' this iest1on: daughter Marilyn were in Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Thomas when these mother's benefits of a Starke resident, A. E. Flpps.! along -with their house

,Hattlesbursr. Miss. Sunday toTesday were visiting friends at Cocoa stopped.For Fletcher the 12 by ;25! foot canvas guests Mr.: and) Mrs. James

: I don't .know of a friend of last week 'to. attend Beach over the weekend. details about< disability depicted the biblical \story Kidwell of Boston Mass., were I.llhiI1llI $1.15 SIZE 4

who' hasn't lost an expen the piano recital of the Bel STO2 Tom Moore left Tues- benefits for widow's contac' of the "handwriting on the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. .

slve" rjngi .Watch, or otherS lingers eldest daughter. Miss day for the Naval'base In the Social Security Office at wall." In bright colors and and Mrs. Dewey Stokes and
Mary Bolllnger on Monday Norfolk Va. after 30 days 409 SW 2nd Avenue In Gainesville family In Jacksonville.
jewery had it stolen
or leave. 'with great realism the artist LISTERINE
night. phone 376-2575 or see Valarle and Kathy Bristol
: or damaged. Nothing seems Mr.; and'. Mrs. H. C. Ritch had painted more than 230 fig
"E4 Larry Stewart of the Mr. Watson in Starke on any flew to Washington, D. C. ,
: BO vulnerable as jewelry. Is Jacksonville NAS was last have had as visitors at their Monday or Thursday' morning ures of the story. She was uald Tuesday to spend two weeks oJ, .

a it true that a $30 premium Friday visitor of Mr. and Kingsley Lake cottage Mr. In the old agriculture building. to have toellevei that she had I with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur I outhwash -

': will cover $1,000 in jewelry Mrs. C. L. Cooper. and Mrs. Ed Shealy of Atlanta. been divinely inspired to paint Oass.

a for three .years against Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Mogen Ga. last week and Mrs. Eva Numbers NeededTo the picture that took her more Patrick Castlen and Mack 14 oz. -

: loss, theft. or damage? and daughter Anne returned Whitten of St. Augustine over than seven months to com Robinson spend' two days In LIMIT
.. Saturday from week's visit the weekend. Claim Social plete. Daytona Beach: last week. USTEBINE _

: Charley] E. Johns In Hattlesburg and Merldan, Mr. and Mrs. Felix- Sapp Security BenefitsOver On vacation this week are
People from all over the
Miss. and a week at their cot- have had as visitors Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carroll and! -

: Agency tage at, Pensacola Beach. Mrs. William Oreen of Jack- 25 million people are country have stopped to view I family. and Mr. and ;Airs.

: 131 S. Walnut St. Mrs. Marguerite Corn of I sonvllle Beach last Friday now receiving social security the painting. N'ed Hicks and family. .

> Lakeland is visiting Miss Vivian Saxon, of Pompano Mr. and Mrs Roy Oreen es..l.d. -
: J PHONE 964-5070 'benefits. Many of these have 1 ,
Madge Middleton this week. Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Adam. the same name but none has ICe!. Joe Hill Williams of. and family enjoyed a nice '

a Meister of St. Petersburg on the same social security num Lake Butler was reappointed by j j vacation during the 4th of 'mrI 'E./ 79c Size

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Monday. ber. "It's very Important for Qov. Holland as Assistant! State July weekend. They had a : CRESTToothpaste
Local admittances to Bradford A'
those applying' for social. security Attorney of the 'Eighth Judicial : family reunion Sunday at At

STARKE PHONB 9646200KEYSTONE County Hospital this or Inquiring about their District for the next four yc-ara. Kingsley Beach .
week include: Mrs. Latrelle benefits to bring their social Col. Williams had already Mr. and Mrs. Roy Oreen t.7c

HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176 Hamilton of Brooker; Jahn security number." T.' C. Wat e.ved<<. In,this capacity tor sev- andi;!' family had dinner with LIMIT
Morgan Darby and Mrs. Ruth son. Bradford County sOcial eal ;yeas. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor and
Shockey of Keystone Heights; family In Palatka on Thurs
Security Representative sakthis" ,
Rental Service I Richard i> Chesscr and Mlsv week. When a wallet or purse was day. Allyne and Alan stayed 98C SIZE $1 SIZE -

Jeannie Qrtffls of Lawtey "You may think that your lost during these :war year* with the Taylors and enjoyeda

HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL, C11A1R3 Mrs. Jessie Thomas of Lake name Is enough, to locate your It was the ration books that trip to Crescent Beach the GILLETTEFoamy '_ HEAD &

Butler; Mrs. Doris Stricklandof records but 'this'Is not true," the (owner advertised for in- next day. -
CRUTCnESFlllmH Maxvllle; Mrs. Emily Sllcox Mr. Watson 'added. stead of the money. Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce Shave SHOULDERS
of Kingsley Lake; and Mrs. Nearly ,150 million social flew to Oakland Calif. to

Joan Solze. rll. Clara MP.eOrlffls' security; .numbers M.VC ).beenIssued ,The- Orange bus Lines. serving spend three weeks with Mr. Shampoo
and James A. Ne- / Ot these. tbtre''./ rebr ;JCamp Blanding. was ad. Pierces mother Mrs. 'Stanley 57

man of Starke. I example, 1679.000 !people yertlslnr for women to train Pierce. ( _
I John H. Powell returnedlast : as BUS drivers Mrs. Erma Russ and fam-
named Smith} !43,000 of.these!
I week after two weeks In are named .WilUairi. Smith. The ladies were paid during ily of Apopka spent Saturday .,

I Riverside Hospital where haunderwent and 55,000 are',nairted Mary training and were made to feel night with Mrs. Ethel Russ. 11 OZ.
I surgery. that the Job was worthwhile, Walter Atkinson
Smith. Mar4li; have\ as Mr. and Mrs. -
2 Sets of Dishes 1 Mr. and Mrs. George FlynnJr. the same mddld' I 1ia3. too. a service to ,the war effort.BROOKER. and family of Donaldson- LIMIT 2

spent Saturday to TuesdayIn No / : vllle, Oa. and Mrs. Sara Odomof

-, 2 Sets Teflon Ware Tarpon Springs and Ttun- ."e.8 1r t,! oineone. VVVYVVyyyyy'VvIv'.yyy. J Tampa. were weekend guests 69C SIZE $1.09 SIZE
pa. While away their son. else matteri"'o/"hA .. of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Atkin
Gray visited Mrs. Roselyn son. ALKASELTZER- BANRoll
Will Be Given Away IIIt while
Saturday, Rhodes and sons In Eustis. :;: and Debbie
ther, 1lt'Iaysdt1nllC'AUOJ1A)1'.tit. Reeda Randy
a6\c\{ '
Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Rlccardl ) ...... \ Lewis of Wiggins, Miss. are \ 1I On Deodorant

July 27 at 3:00 P. M. and son ot Miami are visiting J rh
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Strick, '=&:U.nV y Mr. and Mrs. .C. L. Atkinson ,

Come By and Register Today land for a month. The Strick- the number, each person's cor- &A4AA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAFamily Mrs. Ophelia Moore. and Mr.
lands also had as Sunday ''Vis 46
J.ect!: X.ecOLvi: can .be located. It Reunion and Mrs. E. C. Lewis of
itors Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Moy'
With Every Purchase Is very Important: that each The Atkinson Youngblood Starke.Mr. .
er of Jacksonville. person who files applicationfor reunion was held at the and! Mrs. W. C. Atkin-

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk jocial security'pringhis Brooker Community Center son, Jr. and son of Donald 25 TABLETS

Line Headlights for InspectionALL and Mr. and Mrs. Brooks account'! .number ard. It Is Sunday, July 14. 'Those at- sonvllle. Oa.. and Mr. and LIMIT 2
Paulk of attended
Lake City *
Mrs. Roy Odom of Tampa
enuaUy lInpQxt4)1t
X0r beneficiaries tending were: Mr. and Mrs. I
CARS the Atlanta to bring their numbers Harry Nadeau. Jessie Lee I were weekend guests of Mr- i ._,;. ___4BUFFERIN
$3.00 baseball series in Atlanta Ga.
( and Mrs. Stokes.
when Inquiring about benefits. Powell Mary Arroyo. Edna I $1.49 Size
last Friday to Sunday.Mr. (By'doing this' YOU 9.'l1l"'l1eJp Powell( and Shellle Young- Mr. and Mrs. BlUe .Heard 580 SJZEKOTEX,

and Mrs. Ralph Morrison the' people lit th social security blood, all of Miami; Erma of Bainbridge Oa. Is visitingMr.

FULGHUM'STEXACO Mr. and Mrs.Vlrgll Morris office give' speedier. and i Russ and son, and Livingston and\ Mrs. ,C. I* Atkinsonand -
on. and Rupent Morrison of better .service '"'" I Russ of Apopka; Mr. and Casey Atkinson this week. Pain Reliever A'

Leesburg were visiting Mr .Mrs. Roy Odom. Mrs. Sara Sorry to hear about Mrs. ''s,, i ; Sanitary Napkins

and Mrs. Henry Morrison on CARD. -OF..:rIUNKS Lugenla Odom. Johnnie A. Thomas Hamilton's automobile -
STATION Sunday.Mr. I accident .last week. We ,

and Mis.. Dave ,Montgomery jXedlpus ,fco.W& during mylllno all wish her a speedy recovery. 87 (: k' :iJ2 8

231 North Temple Phone 961-6301& and family were in .::1; <:,eq 3 and, .cepit3jza4jom ADDING MACHINES Manna Mr. and Mrs. James Kid- .

Baldwin Saturday visiting. were brl t.el\ft4\ rnaeasby" ) or electric For sale or well of Boston Mass. were "I ..- ..
FREE VACUUM SERVICE Mrs. William Bell. w rw: .jff .many1 acts of rent. Add. subtract credit bal. dinner guests of Mr. and BOTTLE OF 100 t

FOR ALL CUSTOMERS. Mrs. A. E. McKInney Sr, .4p eSs byi, I )da p1.qqved( ance.- Bradford County TrleCrnph. Mrs. Leroy Stokes and family LIMIT 2

visited Mrs. Jettye Hazen in; fI. l} rt1! o( ,hwm : Monday. L _L--: _
,, Gainesville last i r/t P. ) _
( ) Friday. !J4 ) p. J >Jrs.: .Ernestine JDufcea and .: -




Brown Family Miss Loner To Wed Beta Sigma PhiDinnerDance

iiiir i r- Plans ReunionThe Clinton BurtonMrs.

l lrf families and descen O F. Daniels of Yey- Members of Beta Sigma
dents of the late Jasper Brown 1 stone Heights announces the Phi sorority and their husbands

[known to many as Uncle I 4M approaching marriage of her !. or dates enjoyed a dinner

GLADYS: MOOTY I Jakel) will gather at the homeof daughter Dollle: K. Loper. to dance Saturday eveningat

Phone 964-7608 Mra. Eula Mae Smith on Clinton S. Burton of Key- the Starke Golf and Country -

Crosby Lake. Sunday July 28,, stone Heights, son of Mts. .1, Club.

for their annual family re- M. Burton of Hawthorns The buffet table, was cov-

52nd Anniversary union The wedding will take placeat ered with a white line'clothn

Observed By Mr, and Mrs. Brown were the home of Mr .and Airs. centered with an arrangementof
IY MiiI1i among the early settlers In Luther Stults in St. Cloud on yellow roses, the sorority
Jeff T. SmithsMr. Bradford County and made July 21 at 4 p. m. flowers. Idlvldual tables were

their home around the Sampson I Mr. and Mrs P. C. Mabryof arranged in the ballroom for
and Mrs. Jeff T Smith I
City area.
Lake Geneva will attend the dining.
celebrated their 52nd wedding A large number of kin, relatives couple at the wedding. Guests Included the soror

anniversary on Saturday night, and friends are Invited to ity's director, Mrs Charles A.
July 6, when their children. A. + attend. An old fashioned basket CARD OF THANKS Darby, and Mr. Darby. Thirty
: M. Smith of Frostproof; Har- \
i dinner will be spread at people enjoyed:: this affair
old; Smith of Lakeland. Mrs. To our many friends whoso

Weldon Bartlett of Starke, the noon-hour. ..., faithfully stood by us dur-
and Mrs. James Stroud of: Tra ing our time of trouble and died July 17 after an extended

Leesburg entertained at a din- .jl.jlii wick-Kelly Brenda Jean Clark sorrow, we wish, to express our illness. The funeral was held

ner party with 46 at the attending.BrandingIron ;:% i- Engagement Told Held Crews At Reunion Brooker To Wed In August most appreciation.sincere thanks We especially and deep In Gainesville on Saturday

Following the dinner a mu- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lunsford Robert W. Clark of Melrose, thank Dr. Barry. Dr. Rltch and burial was in Memorial

sical program was presented Trawick announce the engage- formerly of Starke, announcesthe and the nurses and staff; of Gardens Palatka.

by the Smith grandchildren: ment of their daughter Donna The descendants of Mr. and approaching marriage of Bradford County Hospital for, .

On Sunday. July 7. Mr. Jane, to Ronald Wayne Kelly, Mrs. B.C. Crews held a. fam- his daughter, Brenda Jean to their attentive care and devo- SERVICE SCHEDULE
Smith celebrated his 77th son of Mrs. B. R. Kelly and ily reunion Sunday at the AIC Michael Carlos Stepp son tion to our father and hus -ST. EDWARD'S CK1: Cll.
'1 Janet T Louise Ra kes birthday anniversary when his the late Mr. Kelly of Tampa. home of Mrs Nora Sapp In of Mr and Mrs. Wendell Steppof band. There will always be a

family gave a barbecue din- *a w Miss Trawick graduated Brooker. Dothan, Ala. warm spot in our hearts for Starke
i j' Wed Mr. ,
1 o JacksonMr. ner party at the Smith home I from Bradford High School Among those attendingwere The wedding will take place each of you. Words cannot express Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m.
y and the University of South( our gratitude and Thursday Mass. 0:30: m.
and Mrs. Virgil Rakesof near Starke with approximately : Mr. and Mrs. E A. Sapp August 17 at the home of the
Florida. She Is presently thanks to all of you for the Miraculous Medal Novena:
Brooker, announce ,the engagement 60 attending. i, in and Mrs Fronle Moody of Lake bride-elect at 11 a. m.
teaching TampaMr. beautiful floral offerings kind Saturday. 7 p. m.
Among those attending both J.Sapp After week's wedding trip
and approaching Butler; Mr. and Mrs. M. a
, marriage of their daughter. I affairs were ,ten grandchildren Kelly graduated from Mr and!! Mrs. H W to Sarasota the couple will re- services delicious foods and Confessions: B ". m. and 7
Brandon High School and theUnlvel.slty
I of and m.
expressions sympathy p.
Janet Louise, to David Eu and two great-grandchil of South Florida. Sapp. W K. Richardson and turn to Montgomery Ala.,

gene Jackson son of Mr. and dren from, out-of--town: Mr. He Is in the insurance business -' son, Fran Honeycutt, Mr. and where Mr. Stepp is stationedat good win -BT. WILLIAM'S CHUttCH.
:. Mrs. Eddie Jackson of Starke. and Mrs. Sam Davis, Olen Da in Tampa. Mrs. Hassle Rhoden and Mr. Maxwell Air Force Base. Mrs. Truby L. Wainwright Keystone Heights.

The wedding will take place vis. Mrs. Hubert Harden. Mrs The wedding will take place and Mrs Harry Sapp of Jack- daughter and sons. Sunday Mass: 7:30: ft. m.
E. Watford Robert and Sharon Yvonne Bryan Becomes Bride
August 16 at 7 p m. In Laura August 10 idn the Trawick sonville; Mr and Mrs. Demp- and :00 a. m.Wednesday .
1 Baptist Church Starke. with Cindy Watford of Okeechobee; Of Mr. Brewer In Morgan Road Chapel home in the presence of the sey Sapp and family of oming. : Mass and Nom -
.N a reception following.All Brenda Burke of Mobile, Ala.; immediate fern 11'_._.. Gainesville: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Glover with Mr. and Mrs. Williams Tuna, 7 a. .
friends and relatives Mrs. William A. Smith Sr.. Miss Sharen Yvonne Bryan feathered carnations with Crews of Miami; James crews and Doug enjoyed spending The community extends
Invited to attend. are Mr and Mrs Eston Hill and daughter of Mr.and Mrs.LoydJ. touches of ivy. Her only orna- I I and children of Lake Mary; Friday through Tuesday with sympathy to Mrs. Otto Hicks I-ST. MARY8 CHURCH.

Mr. and Mrs .Perry F Smith of ;Bryan Sr. of Starke and ment was a single pearl pendant Alderman ReunionSet Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Richardson Pat's father John Will In Bar-I.Jr. in the loss of her father.) Uacclenar. I
Lake Wales: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and tow, Ga. Sunday Mass: 11:30 a. m.
J District Governor Kenith Eugene Brewer son of a gift of the groom. For Gold HeadThe of Orange Park; T. J. Darus of Waldo, who
William A Smith Jr and son Mrs. Autle Brewer of Lawtey .Mrs. Bryan chose for her Mrs J, W. Kelly and sons of Mr. and Mra L. A. Wiggins
q Pays Rotary Club Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Smith and were united in marriage on daughter's wedding a brown Southern branch of the Brooker: Mr and Mrs. P. S. and Mrs. Eve Menefree of .

-: daughters of Melbourne; Mrs. June 22 at 8 p. m. in the lace sheath with white acces- Alderman family will hold its Crews of Lawtey; and Mrs. Jacksonville visited Mr. and
Official Visit J. .L Godwin/ Miss Mary Ca- Morgan Road Chapel. Rev. sories and a white orchid 7th annual reunion on Sunday J. Z. Johns Mr. and Mrs.C. Mrs George Williams on Sun-

therine Smith of Frostproof; Bob Cooper pastor performedthe oors "(,e.Mrs. July 21, at Camp Mont- C Wynn and Mr and Mrs. day.Mrs.
District Governor Harvey Mr .and Mrs. Harold Smith, nuptials. Brewer, mother of the gomery on Crystal Lake. More A. J. Thomas Sr. of Starke Carl Brawn and sons CASHFor
Cotton, of Pensacola paid his Sylvia, Greg and Donna Jean Decorating the altar were groom wore a white and than 100 persons are expectedto report that they had a most

official visit to Starke Rotary Smith of Lakeland; !Mrs. baskets\ of hydrangeas and green plaid sheath with which attend, coming from Flor- enjoyable two weeks vacationin

Club at Its luncheon meeUngWedne&d.a.y. James Stroud and sons of white Fuji mums and she wore a lavender orchid ida, Georgia, ,the Carolinas, Tony following the evening Bermuda. The family droveto
giving an Inspiring Leesburg; Mr and Mrs. John Boston ivy against a back- corsage.A and Maryland. New York and from there:
service on Sunday Those assisting -
: talk on the four branchesof Barrett and daughter of Or- flew to the Islands. On their Medical Bills Basic
ground of palms and branched reception was held in the Members will start gather-, Mrs. Kennan In the Big
Rotary service: club, com- lando; Mrs. Percy Bartlett of candelabra. White satin bows church reception hall which ing at 10 a. m., and cov- hospitalities were Leila Mae return trip they enjoyed a

munity national.A .vocational and inter- Dlxfleld. Maine: Mr and Mrs. and floral fern marked the was decorated:! with arrange- ered dish\ luncheon will be Carter and Lorlne Young- shopping excursion in New Health Insurance Doesn't Cover
James H. Smith Mr .and Mrs. York. The boys
family pews. ments of yellow carnationsand held at noon.Prelldent blood. Tony left Thursday, for thoroughly en-
Club Assembly was held Virgil Lovett and son, Mr. and hydrangeas.' Standing in of the !croup Is Joyed the flight over and back.
Mrs. Bob Cooper, pianist, Air Force basic training in '
Tuesday night when Governor Mrs. Weldon Bartlett, Mis' of Balt- Mr. and Mrs. Orville Brook-
the receiving line were the O. Carl Alderman
accompanied, Miss Donna Craven Amarillo. Texas.Baptismal r
Cotton met with officers,. di- Kim Bartlett, and John We- bride and groom the bride's more.Md.[ Ins have recently attended reunions New Major Medical Plan From
in of
soloist, a program I services for the
rectors, and chairmen of the therington of Gainesville;I nuptial music. parents, the groom's mother. Hampton Baptist Church held for each side of Nationwide Insurance:
club to receive reports and review Mrs. Vie APpler Jr. and their family. The Brookins
Edward Crawford, nephewof I I and the bridal attendants. I were held Sunday afternoonat '
plans for the new year. :ers and Vic Appler Sr.dau8h-1, the groom, served as best' The bride's table was covered or any time after January 31 Mr. Home's place on Mid- gathering was held at Florida
Caverns State Park In Mar- Pays 80% of most surgical and eligible
Augustine, and Mr .and Mrs. man, and ushers were Gary with a linen cloth edged 1955 will have their eglblllty Lake with eight/ candidates
TYPEWRITERS: Manual orElectric. Chuck Chitty and son of Tal-I Brewer nephew of the groom, with lace and centered witha expire r fal 1 20 years from the being baptized: Phyllis Orlf- lanna. Martha Sue and Bernice medical expenses above the deductibleyou '
and children also attended
: For sale or rent. lahassee. and Loyd .1, Byan Jr., brotherof three-tiered wedding cake, date of the veteran's death in fln, Mrs. Elizabeth Green, this choose. ..
: Bradford County Telegraph. the bride.. decorated with yellow roses service, I Ibl 1 20 years from the Laurie Hicks Billy Hayes. Lenora reunion. The Killings-

LEGAL FORMS. Bradford Mrs. Judy Neesmith' attended and green leaves and topped date of the veteran's dis- Earnest. Gall and Joy worth Headland reunion, Ala. was with the held in E. Offers you from $10,000 to $15,000 protec-

County Telegraph fa. ADD MACHINE ROLLS as matron of honor. She with a bride and groom and charge, or icl March 3. 1976, Saxon, and Mary Lou Cooper. W. Hodges and the Vernon I tion for each accident or illness (dependingon

.,. 964-6305. file Folders complete line office wore a yellow crepe sheath love birds. Flanking the cen- whichever is later. After some months of repair Parmenters also attending. the amount you select).
candelabra I
supplier.-The Telegraph terpiece were crystal and remodeling the Hampton
with empire waist adorned Widows who think they
... decorated Mrs Frank Brown and
with yellow tapers
.... with lace? and pearls and a/ might qualify for GI loans Baptist Church is now enjoy- daughters of Winter Haven
floral fern. Miss
with infor- ing a beautifully finished aud- CALL ME TODAY
long matching train. Her yellow should obtain further visited over the weekend with
Open Friday and Saturday illusion veil was secure:! bride Linda, cut Carter the, cousin wedding of cake.the mation from the Veterans itorium. In addition to freshly her mother-in-law, Mrs. T. F. I
painted walls
with a large matching bow Armlnlstratlon or from their, with panel- Brown.
She carried a nosegay of daI- The punch table was cen- local County Service Officer. ling on the lower portion,
i Until 10 P.M. sies and baby's breath. I tered with a crystal bowl encircled hardwood oak flooring has Earl William, son of Roy BILL POWELLPhone
: I with floral fern and been put down Williams, who has been on
of the ; a new and
three large yellow pompom! rytyyyvw..v.awt..vHAMPTON -heavier electrical the West Coast for sometime .'
has 964-6464.
i "It's
Finger bride and Debbie Gomes cou-
bowl arrived here last a
at the Friday even-
Presiding punch
replaced the old o"
I ; and beautiful 401 W. Madison St. ;r
sin of the bride, served as ,
Good"ENJOY was Miss Tondia:!, Dixon. assisted new natural finished Ing, and will make his home '''
Junior bridesmaids. Miss Bryan Crawford pews Starke, Fla.
MU Barbara
were delivered last week. A
t wore a nile green floor length niece of the groom.. heating and air conditioningunit
J sheath with matching velvet- Mrs. Mary Dixon kept thebride's By Mrs. Mary Williamsuau..uauauaaau which has TOE BRADFORD
already been
train and matching bow in In COUNTY TELEGRAPH I
book and delivered Is to be connectedthis
her hair. She carried a pigtail
; COL. SANDERS bouquet of white carnations, serving were Mrs. Palmer Williams MEETING week. Also to be Installed Published every Thursdayat The Man from Nationwide Is on Your Side
: RECIPE daisies and and Miss Cathy Green CITY COUNCIL this, week is carpeting in the 138 W. Call St.,
: ; d I lacopodium yellow pompom fern. Miss Gomes cousin of the bride 1. The regular monthly City center aisle and front area of Starke Fla. 32001
: I After spending some time Council meeting was held: the building Everyone Is ex-
i Kentucky I wore a canary yellow floor with their guests the couple Tuesday night; July 9. In addition tended a friendly invitationto Second< clans postage paidat
with matching
length sheath left on a wedding trip to St. to Mayor T. J. Alderman visit the church and wore Starke. Fla. ATIONVSMDE

t ti velvet ribbon and matching Augustine Beach, after which those present were: ship In its lovely new surroundings Subscription Rates; "-" '"
: Fried ';: : velvet bow in her hair. She they are residing at Rt. 1, Box :Marshall n. H. Parker and I
carried a pigtail bouquet of In trade area: $4.00
123 Lawtey. The bride chose three CTinrllmen. D. E. HIM. SUMMER PROGRAMSThe per
t!. ,. AI white carnations, green pom- year; 12.23 six month
threepiecedress Griffin and Jones.
for traveling a Wes Tracey County Summer Recreation .i
i pom daises and lacopodlum coat suit of and Interested townsmen were A.
Chicken SHRIMP Program Is reportedto Outside trade area: I4.8O Nationwide Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
fern.The white checked. linen weave O Haddock. Carl Dennison. be very successful with be- per year; |3.59 81x months"
AND FISH bride in marriage Nationwide Life Insurance Co.
I with beige accessories comple- Wlllard Thomas Seymour tween 15 and 20 children: '
by her father wore an mented with a white orchid Bailey and Pat Glover. Mr. from this area taking part In B. Ik Matthews, editor sad Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co.
1 all-lace creation in the cage corsage. 1 Thomas reported on the volunteer the swimming classes. The Home Office: Columbus, Ohio
PHONE AHEAD 961.5126 silhouette. The grown featureda The bride is a ,graduate of fire department and afternoon. classes held for en- publbhU'I I

YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY I semi-cathedral detachable Bradford High School, class 1 announced that a fire drill for enrichment, remedial reading,

i ,EAT IN OU TAKE OUT I train with row after row of of 1966. The groom also I July 20 at 3 p. m. All Inter- and arithmetic, have about
sequined cameo lace. For her graduated from Bradford ested parties are asked to be 25 children '" "
i enrolled.PERSONALS
i 1601 N. Temple Ave. U. S. 301 North headpiece she chose a tiara of High School in 1960 and is present. A motion was made >>, .,.... .>,..r.rd' >.

I crystal beads accenting the employed with Eli Witt Com-:] and seconded to approve In- The community extends a ___
C. R. BRASWELL, Owner-Manager ===
Jr. full length veil. She carried pany, Gainesville. stallation of a sub-station! as warm welcome to Mr. and f.l.. m -

< .'" I a crescent bouquet of whiteS I ner Florida Power and Light Mrs. Herman Bowers and sons, I fMt&StM> Leave The Cooking To Us Dur-

!', UnremarriedWidows Cnmnany's request.BIR'11i former residents of the e."'.. ": f.
Ro- P
- %i <.. tf Ar* ',/i iVjf41&'. i.&*
9 < -* .
,: May Get Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cooper chelle bought the area.Otto They Hicks recently Sr. Ing These[ Hot| Summer Days!

I GI Home Loans are the proud parents of a farm and have just completedtheir

i fine baby girl born Sunday, move. The pleasant, relaxing atmosphere is in keeping, with our truly Delicious(
YR Recent changes in the Gl I. July 14. The Cooper's have Mrs. Ina Home Is at home
; ly.j' II Home Loan Program should I. one other daughter. and reports that she had a Meals.
make it easier for thousandsof CHURCH NEWS wonderful weeks vacation with

F Ff Fi Fp unremarried widows to get I Virginia Brown received a Mrs. Myrtle Watterson at her Whether it's a Family Affair, Dinner -
GI home loans. Basic eligibility white Rift Bible presented by home in Dana N. C. While
I requirements are that the members of the Vow* W"mn's there, Ina visited' many of for Two or a Business En- '
j I I widow's husband either die Auxiliary of the Hampton the well known scenic spotsIn

i! I Ion active duty or from a service Baptist Church on Sunday the Smokey Mountains.Mr. gagement, our friendly, courteous
I connected disability and nltrht The Imoresslve candlelight and Mrs. Lonnie Melton
dur- ceremony was held during returned service strikes a note of gracious
\ I the veteran' service was and Otis Friday
ling World War II Korean the evening' worship nervlce. after spending two weeks with hospitality.

f b I Conflict or the Vietnam era. The YWA members, each relatives in Texas Arkansas r
-.. according to M. T. Dixon, director carrying a different color and Ohio. The Meltons'
: of the Florida Depart taper symbolic of threads to daughter and IIOn- n-law,

p ment of Veterans Affairs.A be woven into the formationof Clarence and Joyce Hagan.

new law permits the VA a new home wore lone and sons also accompanied Our Delicious Buffet
to guarantee home loans up to I gowns In pastel colors. The, them on their trip. Try

i I'' $12,500 of the loan amount I I presentation was made by Mr. and, Mrs. George Wil-
but not than 60 cent I I YWA President Carolyn Ken-
more per liams and Howell also returned Served Daily
of the loan The higher ceilIng|I nan. Others participating In
"IT ) OUND TO HAPPEN Friday after spending two
WA.S, GI loan interest rates the service were: Debbie and
on weeks on a trip which took
which went Into effect' Wendy Hill, Lynda': Stone, them as far west as Idaho TWO HOT ENTREES
recently should! help these wi Brenda Brown, Debbl Hicks, and carried them Into 13 dlf- Lunch Buffet $1.25TWO
Mary Lou Cooper. Jo Anne
dow GI loan from a
get a
rent states. After leaving here
commercial lending institu- they spent the first night 11:00 ajn. to 2:00: p.m.
1 tion. Many eligible widows had j Edith Kennan WMU President with relatives. Mr. and Mrs.

AT FIRST FEDERAL! husbands who served in World Tony Kennan was the Claude Houser, in Flatrock, ASSORTED SALADS

War II, and under current soloist! and was accompaniedon Ala., and from there visited

legislation they still have blood.the piano by Elaine Young- such scenic sights as the Bad ROLLS BUTTER Dinner Buffet $1.75

/INGI more years to obtain a OI Lanes Black Hills and Mt.
loan-until July 25 1970. En- Mr. and Mrs. George Ken- Rushmore in South Dakota; TEA
Savings and Loan titlement for qualified: widowsof nan were hosts for a reception and Jackson Hole a hunting COFFEE 5:00: p.m. to 9:00: p.m.'l'lIURSDA'F. .

:t'i : men who served In the given In honor of their son I resort area, and Yellowstone
Korean Confllce Is not schedule 1 National Park in Wyoming.One .

'e.c7 I :! to expire until January FILING CABINETS Type- of the most delightful W

ASSOCIATION OF STARKE 1975.Widows writer Stands Desks Chain, parts of the trip was seeing -- --. ( --
218 N: Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000 whose spouses served Sates! Bradford County and playing in snow at Bighorn .

.< during the Vietnam era- Telegraph", National Forest in Wy- ..J

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Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathewswere Mrs. Evelyn Norman of Or- children of Gainesville were I and son, Gray!! Williamson WOODS FIRES

Saturday dinner guestsof lando was Tuesday overnight visiting Mrs. Ethel Russ Sun visited: Saturday: aftemcon. ,

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mat- guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Mrs Rhoda Dampier: .antic f adrord County hay'> an

hews In Gainesville on Dawn Ncwcomb.Mrs. day.Mr.. and Mrs. Kenneth Russ Miss Cheryl Orlffls were'. .' Vvp-age of 3.60 Inches: of rain

Matthews' sixth birthday. Harry Mooty and and family of Gainesville were Tarksonvllle: Beach: Saturday \Wl-! week, bringing the July

Mr. and Mrs. ;t. te.Dyal and daughter! Miss Daryl Mootyof Sunday dinner guests of Mr. afternoon( for the appraran total through Monday to 55;

niece Faye' Dyal, of Graham Gainesville will spend the I and;! Mrs. C. L. Atkinson. f the Navy's precision Jet Inches.

.., GLADYS MOOTY were vacationing the past: two weekend 'In' Lake Worth and flying team the .Blue .f'\nR't'I ;'..flV the week ending Monday.

Phone 9647608 weeks in the mountains. ol will v sft Miss Mary Lu 'vvvwvvvrvvvvvvrvevvTRERESSA Friends of Mrs. Herbert Clo-, ?jfjew.) Rver tower, recorded 3,so

______ ____n North Carolina Sanborn In Palm Beach. versettle will be glad to know .Inches; Louis Hill tower a*

Miss Janle Oriffls was visIting Mickey Danjby' !! returnedSaturday Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Steinmeyer Sgt. Mr| and Mrs. C. E-:: -he I It at brine and feeling ;'$hand! had 3.40; and Santa l
Mr. and Mrs. Robert from: four weeks anj'Mr.' and Mrs. Mark Faschnat of New Cumberland, etter after two days In 21el\t? a.2.60.

" Cooper in Savannah, Oa. the training at ROTC camp at Herlong and children of Jacksonville -: Pa. were last Friday luncheon By Dorothy Mills sale' Hos"'lt'\cf" < in Pa'atki.' 5rMI' : itd"fires were reported 'by r

past two weeks. Forbes Air Force Base. Kan. and T. J. Layflelc guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Phone 473.4518.vvvvvvv.v..vvwvvvvv' and::! Mrs. Bill Ph1l11P6< .tI'l'f1i1.rlcr1da.4 Forest Service I II Ib7ord in,
and Mrs Layfield Sr. of Fort i ] are visiting th&0a I County the
Eberle Hardenbrook. it Mlddleburg: : pas
Mr. and Mrs. Russ Miss Diane Davis of Gainesville ,
White Sunday guests of' this week. > ;,:1WeVr ','Since!. January 1 there
and daughter, Ruth, and Miss fiancee of Mickey Dans- were Mr. and Mrs. Ewell 'Lawson -kh ms ;'in' ,
Tresa Whitehead of Brooks- by, spent Saturday to Mon- Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong. and Mr. and! Mrs. Jimmy The George Piynet are nave') been 123 fires with 922

ville were vacationing, In day with the R. O. Dansbys.Mrs. Sen. and Mrs. -Charley Lawson attended the Woods Hope Baptist Church Hame for a few weeks vacMr. \'( ;, as compared
Johns and grandson Philip! Sunday School 10 a. m. 'S"bllrned.' 778 8
Allendale : acres
Pittsburgh, Pa. the past two V. J. Ragsdale of De- family reunion In "n. :': +
" weeks. Bary, formerly of Starke, was Johns, have\ returned from S. C. on Sunday. Morning; Worship 11 a. m., and Mrs. Milton Che M' the same per-

Rev. and Mrs. John Brab- last Wednesday overnight three weeks In Glenviille, N. C. Evans Bedsole of Laurens Training Union, 6:30: p. m.;: ser and son Mike of Ml Mr. and : C. Evening Worship! 7:15: ; Wed overnight guests of his ....
ham and family Davie for- guest pf Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mrs. p. S. C. was Sunday visitor of were .
of Tampa were weekend'! guestsof nesday 'evening Prayer Service brother-in-law and sister Mr. .
merly of Starke, ,were visiting Champion, Mrs. W. B. Mundy. < "'
... friends here over 'the weekend Mrs. W. E. Dowling 4s Mrs. O. L. Beasly Miss June Harding of Atlanta Boys' State 7:30: ; with I choir practice fol- and Mrs. James D. Phillips, home Tuesday.
and Mrs. J. W. ,Kincald.\ her .':.wing. !pnrovte to: a vacation In North. It I ,'-
" and staying at Kingsley Lake. spending this week visitingher : Oa. Is visiting par Jimmy Yawn, son of Judge and Mrs. The 4'blok.Abept;
Mrs. J. R. Wainwright will mother, Mrs. Dell Mathews Mr. and Mrs. David Scott ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B.Hardlnn A. Yawn and Tim son of Mr. and Rev. Merle Packham Hope Carolina Thoreau said It: "Be no uI
ron Thompson
Church Pastor is In Linden Paul
Atlanta Oa and
leave Friday to spend a week of Palatka, who Is in Jr. and son of Sr. from Tuesday to Quests of Mr. i-1mplv I"' good( bu.t good font:
and : spent the past week with Dr. Thursday. Mrs. W B. (Bill) Thompson, report they worked Fla., this week for revival services Maynard for a barecue supper something.? ii I I'I
with her son-in-law the Alachua Medical Center ; '
daughter Mr. and Mrs. John and Mrs. O. L.:Haynes Jr. Miss Leona Bush of Mobile hard and learned a lot at Boys' State last week, July at Linden Baptist Sunday evening were Mr. and --
following surgery Monday\
Kopelousos in Birmingham, Eric. Kevin and Scott McIntyre Mr. and Mrs. Max Furlongand Ala. is visiting Mrs. Vergle 7.13 in Tallahassee. Church. The revival continues Mrs. Phymer Howell and Douglas ( :: .i' THE SOUTIISIDECIUJWCjrOF' : ::
Ala. of Jacksonville are visIting children of Tlfton Oa Flynn this' week. They spent Both Bradford High School seniors-to-be had the through Sunday. During Rev Brown, of Starke; Mr. ;

Rev. and Mrs. D. T. Far- their grandparents, Mr. are visiting .their parents, Mr. Tuesday and Wednesday In experience of running for a political office and losing Packham's absence this. Sunray and Mrs. Marvin Holmes of : CHRIST,. ,..

abee Jr. and! family are vaca- and Mrs. J. H. DuPre this and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and Tampa I but both said they had a good time. Joe Shadowens lay min Lake Butler; Mrs. Jan'Lortnn Incites YOUTo
tioning for two weeks In week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Furlongthis L. C. Smith of Vero Beach Charles Schaefer, state American Legion sergeant ister from First Baptist and family of Washington D- V
Church in Green Cove Springs, Bridwell of CocoaBeach
Oullford Conn. Reeda, Debra and Randy week. was .Saturday overnight guestof at-arms, took the pair to Tallahassee and participated C.; John Hear
vis- will conduct the services. and Mrs. Ole 01- .
Mrs. Charles Hardy was Mr.
Mr. and'Mrs. R. P. Pra-ther ,Lewis; of Wiggins, Miss are his mother.} Mrs. Henry O'- in the program for days:'Judge Yawn flew ;
Community House of <;(
have iting her mother, Mrs. O. E Hara. on and daughter OrangePark
and daughter Charlotte, rending three weeks with
returned to their home In Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner McCauley, in Palatka from Mrs. John Spengler and Flip (he boys home Saturday A recreation> period is held::: and Shirley Piper of THE! GOSPELOF

Jennings La. after two weeks and Mr. and Mrs. Emory : Monday:: to( Wednesday. Graham went to Cape Ken- each Monday evening at 7:30: Crystal Lake. The occasionwas

visit with the Prescott( Chic I Lewis In Starke, and Mr. and Mrs.. Edna Hart Mrs. Edith nedy last!; Tuesday ,to Thurs- and! In the Theressa Community i' Mrs. Lorins's b'rthdavVlsltlnn CHRIST.
Odom Miss Sara Odom House. All community resi- Mavnords this
Christiansen and Mrs. !Reba the
day to Seaman Spenglerwho
J. D. i Brooker. see
and Dpyles. Atkinson In -
; Mrs. C. L.
Roy Odom, Jr., all of Tampa; 'ents are invited. 01'Ian're' Mr. B: Sunday Morning
Mrs. Walter S. Vanderlip of Crawford visited Mr. and Mrs. was docked with the USS week from :30
Ronald Crawford in Orange' 'A. Edison submarine 25 Years AgoBy Merllne Rogers Daytona PERSONALSCongratulations are Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Johns
Thomas ''
Tucker..Oa. Is spending a S. Q. Denmark and Ken- Beach i Mr. and Mrs. Walter W'piq IJadio Dial 1490
to Percy ,
week with Mr, and Mrs. Harry neth Orlder attended the Park' Monday evening.Mr. Mrs. Ella Moody and Mrs. and children. .
.,.Mooty and,mother, Mrs. C. Furniture Mart' In Atlanta and Mrs. J. B. Bakken Pearl Colson of Green Cove Alice McGarveyThe Atkinson Sr., Mr. and Mrs.and 'Sullivan III on his first birthday Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Worship' Service
A Sanborn. <3a.. from Sunday to Wednes and sons have gone to Wah- Springs and Mrs C. W. Beas- Walter Atkinson, Jr., : Friday July 19. of Palatka visited::! his parents.Mr. '
Mrs. H B. MeLendon of Or- peton, N. D. to( visit Mr. and W of Gainesville visited Mrs Mrs. Larry Atkinson: and Weekend' guests of Mr. and and Mrs. Clevelard1 SulM- Sunday\ 11:00 A.M.

lando Is the' guest of herbrothel" day.Mr.; and Mrs. R. Prather Mrs. Bakken Sr. for three Edna Hart and Mr*. Edith Withholding1' provision of children. all of DonaldsonvilleGa. Mrs. E. S. Sibley were Mr van, and their son. Percy Jr.n.11 Bible Study Sunday
; Mr. and Mrs. Oren H. \nd Mrs. H. :Nadeau: of North evening.
weeks. Enroute they visited family, Tuesday
weekend \
Christiansen during the -
and sister-in-law, Mr. and daughter Charlotte, of the federal Income tax went I Albany .
at Mr. and Mrs. DeRitch Green !. .a rd. and children of Miami: Mrs. Shelley Mocrer Mrs Perov Sullivan Jr. and tS A.M. and P.M. '
and Mrs E. Matthews: Jennings La. were Friday Into( effect July first Just 25: Ellle 7
In St. Charles, Mo. They were Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jessie Powell and daugh- ercy IH visited Mrs Sulll- '
Lake. Last Mr.
Klngsley- of
dinner guests ML.'South' US
3 m 30.1
rMr. and Mrs. Matthews and and Mrs. Pat Thornton. accompanied by Eoline Green Recent ChangesIn years ago. I Heard of Bainbridge, Ga.; ter-in-law Mrs. Verna Powerf "' n's!! piremt, Mr. and Mrs.
who Is visiting her grandparents. In the process of changingover Mrs. Toye Rogers, Mrs. Shirley South Miami: Mrs. Slbley Marshall Strlrk'pnd.. In Flora- -
: Mrs. McLendon visited! their Mr. Mrs. Jack Miles
: and
. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Benefit for from a lump sum Tetstone Ronald Lee Mrs. Nadeau, Mrs. powell and J ... ___
aunt. Mrs. L. M. 'Edwards, and son of Key West are vis- pay-I
ment of federal! Income Wlndham Casey Lee Atkinson Mrs. Moot the daughter
: and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wilcox ''ting her parents Mr. and Sublett. In Murfreesboro Disabled Widows er are When You Urn An Andrews Charge
Tenn. for three weeks. the "payaa-you-go": tax, a portion Patrick W. Castlen Charlie of the' former Mr. and Mrs. C
.. in Fort:Lauderdale. Mrs. Roy Clemens for two Account
. daughterof approximately! 75 per Castles Mr. ands 1 Mrs. C. L A. Youngblood of Theressa
a Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Trescott: weeks. Beverly Kay Raby, Important changes In socialsecurity
1942 tax < "for Atkinson, Mr. : of Macon Oa. were weekend Cindy Parrlsh of Miami If Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rabyof payments for disa.bledwidows cent, of the was Prescription
Bedford christened The legis- i Stokes, and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Youngblood reunion in Brook You Us
guests of Malor and Mrs. V. spending several weeks with Lake was have been made recently given empowering Kept For By
: J. Spengler ard Mrs. Emma her cousins. Brenda and Mar-' Sunday at St. Anne's according to T. C. lation was the Ruml Act. We Rogers, all of Brooker; Reeda r on Sunday. Dinner guests Andrews
. Badarap sha Clemons.Mr. Episcopal Church\ In eystone Watson. Bradford County: are all used to the method now Randy and Debbie Lewis of '\f the Siblevs on Friday evenIng Drugs
? Heights. Godparents are Mr. and most of us welcome it Wiggins, Miss. were Mr. and Mrs C H
and Mrs. Robert Cooper Social :Security representative. J
: Dr. and Mrs P. O. Felo For Fast Delivery Dial 0847170on
and Mrs. Tony Woods ot the old method Cpl. John Lewis! of Germanywas Youneblood and grandson of
rather than by
.. and'son. spent the weekend and family of Savannah Ga. "Benefits are now payableat I
at Daytona Beach. are visiting: Mr. and Mrs. C. Jacksonville and: Mrs. L.' C. age 50" Mr. Watson said. which we had to, once a year, visiting his. wife and infant Wllliston. Mrs. .Florence ohm
: Adams of ,Bedford Lake. tax that always son In Santa Pe, and his
Cooper this 'week.. They al Before this change a widow meet a payment
J. visited Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smithof could not obtain ,benefits until 'seemed to be bigger than parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Malcolm w

. Cooper in Chlefland on Sun- Jacksonville were visiting age 60, unless she had a expected. Lewis last week. y
. her mother. Mrs. E. A. Winker Kathy Prescott Is spendingtwo
child in her
care. ,
.. 'War made tax: Increases!
.. day.Mr.. and Mrs. Harold Bran and family on Tuesday. Here's how a disabled widow cent weeks in Tampa with
and the 20 Saves
.. ham were Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. L. D. VininI goes about qualifying for bene- necessary per Miss Linda Joyce. :

.... guests of Mr. and Mrs.I visited Mr. and Mrs J. C. 'Us. She must be at least SO withheld was the highest rate l\1rl.!! Wanda Whitman and< \ . .
Thomas Coon in Green Cove Vining in Palatka. on Satur- years old and her husband of Income tax that we in this 'daughter are visiting Mr and o .

.... Springs. day.Mr. must have worked long enoughfor 'country had ever had I levied Mrs. Ira Hoover in Tampa

Mrs. Lucy Wine of West and Mrs. Charney WIl- social security ,benefits .t to against us. The Treasury Mr. and Mrs. Orrle Piescot Y'Otl More.

.. Virginia Is visiting her Hams had as guests over the be paid. She must have an hoped to raise am additional and family of Tampa and .
.II. daughter, Mrs. Beryl Casey. weekend on their houseboat Impairment severe enough to $16 million to a total of $25: Mr. and Mrs Dewey Fowler< :" -'. .(;
.. for two weeks. on the Ochlawaha River, Mr. prevent her from working. million In Income tax. Other of Hampton were visiting Mr ,

. Ask ,Mrs. Walter Stewart and and Mrs. Vernon' Williams of This condition must have lasted taxes .brought In $7 ,billion. I and Mrs. Paul Prescott ,last

.. Mrs. Ken Stewart and daughter Macclenny.Mr. or be expected to last 12 weekend. Aids .
, of. Gainesville were Friday and Mrs. Roy( WilliamsSr. months. In addition ''she must The painting "Belshazzar'sFeast" Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stokes ,FampMJlfilJth '&, Beauty ,

.. Charley_ night supper guests of Mr. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. have been disabled before her and Tony Castlen were visitIng -
1" which hung In the Gospel I
and Mrs. C. L. Cooper.Mr. Billy Powell in Maulden, S. C. husband's death or within Mrs. Kathy Clayton in

: E.J'L.. and ;Mrs. John Van- this week. seven years after his death.If Tabernacle for many years Dundee and Mrs. Alphle Par-

5 Koolbergen were Saturday. Miss Marla Moore and Tom she received benefits because went on display there for the rish in Auburndale last weekend HERE'S P.RO'OF': !

..:..;. evening visitors of !Mr. and Galloway of Tallahassee spent \ she had young childrenshe first time 25: years ago. ; .

. Mrs. R. R. Chlsm. the ,weekend with. Mrs. Martha must have become disabled Painted by the 80 year olo Mrs. Alberta Stokes Mis. .
. Mrs. H. O. Bollinger and Moore. within seven' years of mother, Mrs. Stuart Fletcher, Ruby Stokes and Mrs. Wilma .<- "' ,, '

. About thIs question: daughter, Marilyn were In Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Thomas when these mother's benefits of a ,Starke resident, A, E. Flpps! along with their house
. Miss. Sunday to were visiting friends at Cocoa stopped.For Fletcher Mr. Mrs. James
Hattlesburtr the 12 by 25 foot canvas guests. and:
: I d n't .know of a friend Tuesday of last week to attend Beach over the weekend. details about disability depicted the biblical story Kidwell of Boston Mass., were 1.15 SIZELI5TERIHE i

.. who hasn't lost an expensive' the piano recital of the Bol- STO2 Tom Moore' left Tues- benefits for widow's contac'the of the "handwriting' on the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. w '
lingers eldest daughter Miss day for the Naval base in Social Security Office at and Mrs. Stokes and
. ring; ,watch or other wall" In 'bright colors and Dewey
.. jewelry, or bad it stolen Mary Bollinger, on Monday( Norfolk leave. Va. after 30 days 409 SW 2nd Avenue In GaIn- ''with great realism the artist family in Jacksonville. LISTERINE
night. esville, phone 378-2573, or see Valarle and Kathy Bristol ;
: or damaged. Nothing seems Mr. and' Mrs. H. C. Ritch had painted more than 230 figures .
the Mr.
E4 Larry Stewart of Watson in Starke on any flew to Washington, D. C
f : Jacksonville NAS was last as Monday or Thursday:!: morningIn was \ Tuesday to spend two weeks (
4 it true that a $30 premium Friday visitor of Mr. and KIngsley Lake cottage! Mr. the old agriculture building. to have ibellevei that she had with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Mouthwash I

: will.cover $1,000 in jewelry Mrs. C. I* Cooper and Mrs. Ed Shealy of Atlanta. been divinely inspired to paint Oaas. '

a. for three years against Rev. and Mrs W. A. Hogen Ga. last week and Mrs. Eva Numbers NeededTo the picture that took her more Patrick Castlen and Mack 14 oz.

: loss, theft or damage? and daughter, Anne, returned Whitten of St. Augustine over than seven months to com Robinson spend, two days in LIMIT 2
. Saturday from a week's visit the weekend. Claim Social plete. Daytona Beach'' last week.

: Charley] E. Johns in Hattiesburg and Merldan Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp Security BenefitsOver On vacation this week are .
People from all over thecountry .rw.ww ..
have had as visitors Mr. and a.
Miss and a week at their cot- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carroll and
: Agency tage at, Pensacola Beach. Mrs. William Green of Jack- 25 million ,people are have stopped to view family and Mr. and ;Mrs,

: 131 S. Walnut St. I Mrs. Marguerite Corn of sonville Beach last Friday, now receiving social security the painting. Ned Hicks and family.Mr. .

: ,PHONE> 964-5079 Lakeland is visiting Miss Vivian Saxon of Pompano 'benefits. Many of these have and Mrs Roy Green
Madge Middleton this week. Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Adam. the same name but none has Ool. Joe Hill Williams' of:, and family enjoyed a nice '

. Meister of St. Petersburg on the same social security num- Lake Bullet was reappointed by i i vacation during the 4th of 79c Size

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Monday. ber. "It's very Important lor Gov. Holland as Assistant! State I July weekend. They had a
Local admittances to Bradford -
Attorney of the '
reunion at
''those applying' for social sec- Eighth Judicial I family Sunday
STARKE PHONE 964-6200 County Hospital this urity or inquiring about their District for the next four years. Kingsley Beach. h r% S. '
week include: Mrs. Latrelle Col.: Williams had Mr. and Mrs. Green
benefits to bring their' social already Roy 1i''c
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176 Hamilton of Brooker; Jahn security number: T.' C. Watson e.ved In ,''this capacity rot sev- anti'::: family had dinner with LIMIT
Morgan Darby and Mrs. Ruth Bradford County Social cal yeas. Mr. and Mrs. j. T. Taylor and
Shockey of Keystone Heights; family in Palatka on Thura .
Security ;Representative said,
Rental Services Richard L Chesser and Mls When a wallet day. Allyne and Alan stayed
,this week. or purse was 98C SIZE Fill $1 SIZEHEAD -
Jeannie Ortffls of Lawtey;
You may think that your lost during these war yearsIt with the Taylors and enjoyeda
HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL, C1111n5RUCIIFRIEE Mrs. Jessie Thomas of Lake name is enough ,to locate your was the ration books that trip to Crescent Beach the GILLETTEFoamy &
Butler; Mrs. Doris strickland records but thl.Is'not true," the owner advertised for in- next day.

of Maxvllle; Mrs. Emily Sllcox, Mr.. Watson added. stead 'of the money. Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce Shave SHOULDERS

of Kingsley Lake; and Mrs. 'Nearly ISO million social flew to Oakland, Calif to

Joan Solze, Ir". ,Clara MaeGrlifis' security, ,number> hive/\ .been .The, Orange (Bus Lines! flervng" spend three weeks with Mr. OI88ef d Shampoo

S and James ANew-' ,Issued. Of these;tlieire'ior: Camp:: ,Blandlng. was ad- Pierces mother, Mrs. 'Stanley
I man of Starke. example, '1,679,000' !'people vertlsinir for women to trainas Pierce. 57( slit
John H. Powell returned bus
named Smith}r 45,000( of these drivers. Mrs. Erma Russ and fam-
last week after two weeks In are named' WUllairi' Smith, The ladles were paid during ily of Apopka spent Saturday

Riverside Hospital where heunderwent and 65,000. ( ,ared", !Mary training and were made to feel night with Mrs. Ethel Russ.! 1102. ""
I surgery. Smith Ma ;' :have' that the Job was worthwhile as Mr. and Mrs. Walter AtkIn- __ / 2.4 OZ.
2 Sets of Dishes Mr. and Mrs. George FlynnJr. the same mi I .. .too. a service to ,the war effortBROOKER son and family of Donaldson- LIMIT 2 '.M Atwu' LIMN 2

spent Saturday to Tuesday vllle. Ga. and Mrs. Sara Odomof
No matter ; .your,
In Tarpon Springs and ..Tampa. ......... .
-, 2 Sets Teflon Ware name. a ne '. .yyy.' J .y. Tampa were weekend guests 69C SIZE $1.09 SIZE
While away, their son. I has .10 fa .i & .' of Mr. and Mrs. C. I? Atkin-
Will Be Given Away Saturday Gray, visited Mrs. Roselyn Ml'"W./ai A Itfuft t- while son.Reeda ALKASELTZER- BANRollOn
Rhodes and in Eustls.
sons ;>5>-.; ft t\lcaHfaWsmr Randy and Debbie
Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Riccardl therft'.1JJ Debdorant
Lewis. of Miss, ,
Wiggins are
I () 4 *
July 21 at 3:00 P. M. and of Miami visiting !
son are By Joyce Stokes4A.AL4Aa.AA.AAAAA443A spending several weeks with ,
Mr. and Mrs. F. !W. Strick GrJty" r-n: Vie.Ahe. 16 Mr. and Mrs. C. I* Atkinson,

Come By and Register Today land for: a month. The Strick- the number, each person's cor- Mrs. Ophelia Moore and Mr.
lands also had as Sunday 'visitors 46
act ;7 xecqrjd can .be located. It Family Reunion and Mrs. E. c. Lewis of (
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Moyer baT
With Every Purchase of Jacksonville. is wry Important that each The Atkinson Youngblood Starke.Mr. t5IcLIMI
person who files application reunion was held at the and! Mrs W. C. Atkinson -
and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk for'. ocial security Jorlng his Brooker Community Center Jr. and son of ,Donald- 25 TABLETS

Line Headlights for InspectionALL i Mr. and Mrs. Brooks account! t .nuniber card. It isequally Sunday, July 14. 'Those attending sonville Ga., and Mr. and 2
Paulk of Lake City attended
)nt Xxjr Mrs. Roy Odom of Tampa,
BravesGiantsbaseball lmpojrti: : beneficiaries were: Mr. and Mrs.
CARS the Atlanta to bring their numbers Harry Nadeau. Jessie Lee were weekend guests of .(r.
$3.00 series In Atlanta, Oa. 'when Inquiring about benefits. Powell< Mary Arroyo Edna and Mrs\ Leroy Stokes. $1.49 SizeBUFFERIiV

last Friday to Sunday. 'By'doU g khds you Mil' help Powell and Shellle Young- Mr. and Mrs. Ellie Heard 530 SIZE
I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morris the At the of Bainbridge Ga. is visiting :t:,,
people) social security blood, all of Miami; Erma
FUIGHUM'STEXACO on Mr. and Mrs.Vlrgll :Morrison office 'give?' speedier.. and ::Russ and son, and Livingston Mr. and Mrs. .C. Atkinson KO EXQ'
and Rupent Morrison of better:.service. ".." (Russ of Apopka; Mr. and and Casey ;Atkinson this week. Pain Reliever .
Leesburg were visiting Mr. to hear about Mrs. '
Sorry -
Mrs. Roy Odom Mrs. Sara Sanitary Napkins
and Mrs. Henry Morrison on CARD. XF.JHANKSf: Lugenta Odom. Johnnie A. Thomas Hamilton's automobile / 1
STATION Sunday.Mr. accident ,last week. We II

and Mrs Dave .Montgomery :tedious; .ws Curing myreceat ; I all wish her a speedy recovery.Mr. D-R(: 8 ? 28 ;.
231 North Temple Phone 961.6801, and family were in ,.Jllness' .J.and' Jjospltallzaion ADDING MACHINES Man- and Mrs. James Kid- .
Baldwin Saturday visitingMrs. .t.l .were d euw ,sal or electric: For sale or well of Boston, Mass. were ..- .
FREE VACUUM SERVICE William Bell. ): '' bY'..W.many'acts ,01 rent. Add, subtract, credit bal. dinner guests of Mr. and BOTTLE OF 100 _. "I I

FOR ALL ,CUSTOMERS .Mrs. A. E. McKinney Sr, as by. 1tJ.ds a qvEtd ance.- Bradford County Telegraph Mrs. Leroy Stokes and family LIMIT 2 LIMIT 2L'
visited Mrs.. Jettye Hazen in; I< rff t:'I kp(, Monday.rs. .
. Gainesville last I Sqz i e34t, Pfy. -
(f2-- d Friday., \ R. }!, .Ernestine! jQufees and ;; : ':'.

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JULY it. 1968 BRADFORD COUNTY TELKORAPH. STARK!!. Ft.tJBlDA: !!led,... On Pare Ttoe

19 Brown Family Miss Loner To Wed Beta Sigma Phi

Plans ReunionThe Clinton BurtonMrs. DinnerDanceMembers ',

families and descen' O F. Daniels of Yey- ,of Beta Sigma

; r- dents of the late Jasper Brown stone Heights announces the Phi sorority and their husbands -

known[ to many as Uncle approaching marriage of her :! or dates enjoyed a din-

GLADYS MOOTY Jake] will gather at the homeof daughter. Dollie K. Taper to ner dance Saturday evening

Phone 964-7608 Mrs. Eula Mae Smith on r.hk Clinton S. Burton of Key- at the, Starke Golf and Country -
Crosby Lake, Sunday July 28 atone Heights, son of Mrs. J. Club.

; for their annual family reunion M. Burton of Hawthorne The buffet table was covered

52nd Anniversary A: : ? 1: The wedding will take place with a white Una clothn

Observed By 1jr- Mr and Mrs. Brown were at the home of Mr .and ;Mrs. centered with an arrangement

( among the early settlers In Luther Stults in St. Cloud! on of yellow roses, the sorority
Jeff T. SmithsMr. Bradford County and made .w July 21 at 4 p. m. flowers. Idlvldual table. were

; their home around the Samp- Mr. and Mrs P. C. Mabry arranged In the ballroom for
and Mrs. Jeff T. Smith I
son City area. of Lake Geneva will attend the dining.
celebrated their 52nd
wedding A large number of kin, rela- 1 1'Brenda couple at the wedding. Guests Included the soror-
anniversary on Saturday night, .. tives and friends are Invited to ity's director, Mrs Charles A.

- July 6, when their children A. attend. An old fashioned, basket CARD OF THANKS Darby, and Mr. Darby. Thirty:

M. Smith of Frostproof, Har- i S\ W r dinner will be spread at I people enjoyed this affair
old, Smith of Lakeland, Mrs. To our many friends whoso
Weldon Bartlett of Starke, 4b'K .._ o.io. the noon-hour. faithfully stood by us during -

I and Mrs. James Stroud of Tra our time oJ;:: trouble and I died July 17 after an extended

Leesburg entertained at a din- wick-Kelly Jean Clark sorrow we wish, to express our illness. The funeral was held
. ner party at the BrandingIron Engagement Told Crews Reunion most sincere thanks and deep
. To Wed In August in Gainesville on Saturday,,
with 46 attending appreciation. We espeolally

-fir Following the dinner a mu- Mr and Mrs. Jack Lunsfoid Held At BrookerThe Robert W Clark of Melrose, thank Dr. Barry, Dr. Ritch, and burial was in Memorial
Trawick the and the and of Gardens, Palatka.
- sical program was presented announce engage- formerly of Starke. announcesthe nurses staff:
by the Smith grandchildren: ment of their daughter, Donna descendants of Mr and approaching marriage of Bradford County Hospital for ,

On Sunday July 7, Mr. Jane to Ronald Wayne Kelly, Mrs. S.C. Crews held a fam- his daughter, Brenda Jean, to their attentive care and devotion SERVICE SCHEDULE
Smith celebrated his 77th son of Mrs B. R Kelly and ily reunion Sunday at the A1C Michael Carlos Stepp. son ; to our father and hus -ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH.:

,,1 Janet Louise Ra kesi birthday anniversary when his the late Mr. Kelly of Tampa. home of Mrs. Nora Sapp In of Mr and Mrs. Wendell Steppof band. There will always be a
Miss Trawick graduated warm spot In our hearts for Starke
family barbecue din-
\ gave a Brooker. Dothan, Ala.
; o Wed Mr. JacksonMr. ner party at the Smith home from Bradford High School those attendingwere The wedding will take place each of you. Words cannot express Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m.
and ,the University of South Among our gratitude and Thursday Mass. 8:30: p. m.
near Starke with approximately A. August 17 at the home of the
and Mrs. Virgil Rakesof : Mr and Mrs. E. Sapp
60 Florida. She is presently thanks to all of you for the, Miraculous Medal Novena:
Brooker, announce the engagement attending. and Mrs Profit Moody of Lake bride-elect at 11 a. m.
teaching In TampaMr. beautiful floral offerings, kind Saturday. 7 p. m.Confessions .
': and Among those attending both Mrs. M. J. After a week's wedding trip
approaching Butler Mr. and
Kelly graduated from ; : services, delicious foods, and : 5 p. m. and 7
n marriage of their daughter, affairs were ten grandchildren Sapp, Mr and! Mrs. H. W to Sarasota the couple will return -
Brandon High School and the expressions of sympathy and p. m.
,1 1 Janet Louise to David Eugene << and two greatgrandchildren Sapp W K. Richardson and to Montgomery, Ala.,
,.. Jackson, son of Mr. and from out-of--town: Mr. University of South Florida. son, Fran Honeycutt, Mr. and where Mr. Stepp is stationedat good will. -ST. WILLIAM'S CHUKC'H.
He Is In the insurance busi-
: Mrs. Eddie' Jackson of Starke. and Mrs. Sam Davis, Glen Davis Mrs. Hassle Rhoden and Mr, Maxwell AJr Force Base. Mrs. Truby L. Wainwright! Keystone Heights.
Mrs. Hubert Harden Mrs.E. ness in Tampa. daughter and sons.
of Jacksonville Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. m.
The wedding will take and Mrs. Harry Sapp
The wedding will take place
Watford and Robert and Sharon Yvonne Bryan Becomes Bride
,', August 16 at 7 p m. In Laura August 10 idn the Trawick : Mr and Mrs. Demp- and <>:00 a. m.Wednesday .
,n Baptist Church, Starke with Cindy Watford of Okeechobee; Of Mr. Brewer In Morgan Road ChapelMiss home In the presence of the sey Sapp and family of omlng. : Mass and Novena -
Brenda Burke of Mobile: Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Glover
.> a reception following.All ; immediate fam1l1es.Alderman Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. with Mr. and Mrs. Williams. 7 p. m.
friends and relatives Mrs. William A. Smith Sr., I Sharen Yvonne Bryan, feathered carnations with Crews of Miami: James Crews and Doug enjoyed spending The community extends

Invited to attend. are Mr and. Mrs Eston Hill and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd touches of ivy. Her only ornament J and children of Lake Mary; Friday through Tuesday with rl sympathy to Mrs. Otto Hicks, -ST. MARY CHURCH

Mr. and Mrs .Perry F Smith of J. :Bryan Sr. of Starke, and was a single pearl pend- ReunionSet Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Richardson Pat's father John Will, in Bar- Jr. in the loss of her father, ttacclenny.

t.i! District Lake Wales: Mr. and Mrs. Kenith Eugene Brewer, son of ant, a gift of the groom. For Gold HeadThe of Orange Park; Mr. and tow, Ga. T. J. Darus of Waldo who Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m.
Governor .
William A Smith Jr and son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins
Mrs. Autle Brewer of Lawtey, Mrs. Bryan chose for her Mrs J. W. Kelly and sons
,i 1 Pays Rotary Club Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Smith and were united In marriage on daughter's wedding a brown Southern branch of the Brooker i Mr and Mrs. P. S. and Mrs. Eve Menefree of

0 daughters of Melbourne; Mrs. June 22 at 8 p. m. In the lace sheath with white acces- Alderman family will hold Its Crews of Lawtey; and Mrs. Jacksonville visited) Mr. and I
Official Visit J..L Godwin. Miss Mary Ca- Morgan Road Chapel. Rev sories and a white orchid 7th annual reunion on Sun- J. Z. Johns, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs George Williams on Sun-

District therine Smith of Frostproof; Bob Cooper pa&tor performedthe corsage. I day, July 21, at Camp Mont- C. C Wynn, and Mr and Mrs.A. day.Mrs. CASHFor
, Cotton Governor Harvey Mr and Mrs. Harold Smith, nuptials. Mrs. Brewer, mother of the; gomery on Crystal Lake. More J. Thomas Sr. of Starke Carl Brawn and sons!
of Pensacola paid hisofficial Svlvla] Greg and Donna Jean that most
t.. Decorating the altar were groom, wore a white and than 100 persons are expectedto report they had a
... visit to Starke Rotary Smith of Lakeland; Mrs. baskets of hydrangeas and green plaid sheath with which attend, coming from FlorIda enjoyable two weeks vacationin
Club at its luncheon meeting James Stroud and sons of Bermuda The family droveto
and orchid Georgia the Carolinas.
. white Fuji mums she wore a lavender Tony following the evening
Wednesday, giving an inspiring Leesburg; Mr and Mrs. John New York and from there
back- and Maryland.
Boston Ivy against a
,: talk on the four branchesof Barrett and daughter of or- corsage.A service on Sunday. Those assisting flew to the Islands. On their Medical Bills Basic
ground of palms and branched reception was held In the Members will start gather Mrs. Kennan in the
Rotary service: club com- lando: Mrs. Percy Bartlett of candelabra. White satin bows church reception hall which I return trip they enJoyed a
I'1' munlty, vocational and Inter- Dlxfleld. Maine: Mr .and Mrs. covered hospitalities were Leila Mae chopping excursion In New
national.A and floral fern marked the was decorated:! with arrangements !! Carter and Lorlne Young- Health Insurance Doesn't Cover
James H. Smith Mr .and Mrs. York The boys thoroughly enJoyed -
family pews. of yellow carnationsand held at nODn.PI'p'lldent blood. left for
Tony Thursday:;
Club Assembly was held Virgil Lovett and son, Mr. and hydrangeas. Standing in of the group Is the flight over and back.
Mrs. Bob Cooper, pianist, Air Force basic training In
Tuesday night when Governor Mrs. Weldon Bartlett! Mis') Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Brook-
the O. Carl Alderman of Balt- r
the line
accompanied, Miss Donna Craven receiving were .
Cotton met with di- Kim and John We- New Major Medical Plan From
officers Bartlett bride and the bilde'sparents .more.Md.. Ins have recently attended reunions -
soloist, in a program of I groom services for the
rectors, and chairmen of the therington of Gainesville; nuptial music. the groom's mother, Hampton Baptist Churchwere held for each side of Nationwide Insurance:

club to receive reports and review Mrs. Vie Appler Jr. and daughters Edward Crawford, nephewof and the bridal attendants. I held Sunday afternoon. their; family The Brookins
plans for the new ,year. and Vic Sr. O!.St.I The bride's table cov- gathering was held at Florida
Appler the groom, served as best was or any time after January 31, at Mr. Home's place on Mid- *
Mar- Pays 80% of most surgical and eligible
Caverns State Park in
. Augustine, and Mr and! Mrs.I man, and ushers were Gary ered with a linen cloth edged 1955 will have their eglbillty Lake with eight candidates
lanna. Martha Sue and Ber- medical above the deductibleyou
I Brewer nephew of the groom, with lace and centered witha expire r lal 1 20 years from the being baptized Griffin expenses
TYPEWRITERS: Manual of Chuck Chitty and son of Ta!- : Phyllis nice and children also attended "
: : Electric For, sale or rent. lahassee. and Loyd J. Byan Jr., brotherof I three-tiered wedding cake, date of the veteran's death In Mrs. Elizabeth Green this reunion The choose. .<

.:: Bradford County Telegraph. the bride decorated with yellow roses service Ibl 20 years from the Laurie Hicks Billy Hayes, Le- worth reunion KUllngsI I

LEGAL FORMS Brad- Mrs. Judy Keesmlth attended and green leaves and topped date of the veteran's dis- nora Earnest. Gail and Joy Headland, Ala was with the E. Offers you from $10,000 to $15,000 protec-

:'' ford County Telegraph Ph. ADD MACHINE ROLL. as matron of honor. She 'with a bride and groom and charge, or tel March 3, 1976, Saxon, and Mary Lou Cooper. W. Hodges and the Vernon I tion for each accident or illness (dependingon
.... File Folders complete line office love birds. Flanking the centerpiece whichever is later. After
months of
964-6305. wore a yellow crepe sheath some repair Parmenters also attending.Mrs. I the amount you select).
supplier.-The Telegrap. with empire waist adorned were crystal cande- Widows who think they and remodeling, the Hampton Frank Blown and

....." Y .i with lace. and pearls and a labra with yellow tapers- decorated might qualify for GI loans Baptist Church Is now enjoying daughters of Winter Haven ""
floral fern.MIss ME TODAY
long matching train. Her yellow should obtain further Infor- a beautifully finished aud- visited over the weekend with I

i Open Friday and Saturday Illusion veil was secured Linda bride, cut Carter the, cousin wedding of cake.the mation from the Veterans itorium. In addition to freshly her mother-in-law, Mrs. T. F. w1
painted with
with a large matching bow. Armlnlstratlon or from their, walls panel- Brown.
She carried a nosegay of daisies The punch table was centered local County Service OfficerHAMPTON ., ling on the lower portion, I
Until 10 P.M. and baby's breath. with a crystal bowl en- hardwood oak flooring has Earl Williams son of Roy BILL POWELLPhone
.. circled with floral fern and Williams who has been on
put down a new and
I' "It's Cindy Bryan, sister of the three large yellow pompoms. #..................... heavier. electrical wiring has the West Coast for sometime 961-6,I -x '' '
Finger Lickin' bride, and Debbie Gomes, cou- ,.
-. at the bowl arrived here last Friday even-
Presiding punch .
replaced the old: and beautiful 401 W. Madison St.
sin of the bride, served as
assisted Ing, and will make his home e
Good"ENJOY was Miss Tonda Dixon, -
l Junior bridesmaids. Miss Bryan new natural finished pews Starke, Fla.
by Miss Barbara Crawford, were delivered last week. A
wore a nile floor length
/f f green niece of the groom. heating and air conditioningunit
' sheath with matching velvet [
Mrs. Mary Dixon kept thebride's By Mrs. Mary WilliamsVAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 THE BRADFORD
which has already been
train and matching bow In COUNTY TELEGRAPH '
book and assisting In
delivered is to be connectedthis
her hair. She carried a pigtail I
COL. SANDERS ,i bouquet of white carnations I serving were Mrs. Palmer Williams week. Also to be Installed Published every Thursdayat The Man from Nationwide Is on Your Side
and Miss Cathy Green, CITY COUNCIL MEETINGThe this week Is In 138 '
; RECIPE yellow daisies and carpeting the W. Call St.,
7 pompom cousin of the bride. ,, regular monthly City] I'
i lacopodium fern. Miss Gomes 'I aisle and front area of Starke, Fla 32091
After spending! some timeswith Council meeting; was held: the building. Everyone Is ex-
i KentuckyFried wore a sheath canary with yellow matching floor their guests the couple Tuesday night: ; July 9. In addition tended a friendly Invitationto Second class postage paid I

velvet length ribbon and matching left on a wedding trip to St. to( Mayor T. J. Alderman visit the church and wor- at Starke, Fla.
vs a f fi Augustine Beach, after which thooe present were ship In its lovely new sur- Subscription Rate:
velvet bow in her hair. She
: ,*$ they are residing at Rt. 1, Box Marshall I?. H Parker and roundings.
carried a pigtail bouquet of In trade area: .00
i per
123 Lawtey The bride chose three. Ci'inrllmen. D. E. Hill SUMMER
tdd. _._ ,. white carnations, green pom- PROGRAMSThe :year; $2.25 six month..
for traveling a threepiecedress Wes Griffin and Tracey Jones. County Summer Re- a

I fliirbn I SHRIMP pom. daises and lacopodiumfern. coat suit of green and Interested townsmen were A creation Program is reportedto Outside trad. area: H-SO j: Nationwide Mutual Fire Insurance Co.

i: { white checked, linen weave O Haddock. Carl Dennison, be very successful with be- per year; 93.6O! ate month I Im. Nationwide Life Insurance Co.
I AND FISH The bride, given in marriage with beige accessories comple- Willard Thomas, Seymour tween 15 and 20 children:

by her father, wore an mented with a white orchid "ii<.v and Pat Olover. Mr. from this area taking part in : L. Matthews, editor sad Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co.
3 all-lace creation in the cage Home Office Columbus Ohio
corsage. Thomas' reported on the volunteer the swimming classes. The publisher : ,
PHONE AHEAD 961-5126 silhouette. The grown featureda The bride is a graduate of file department and afternoon classes held for en- I

t YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY I semi-cathedral detachable Bradford High School, class announced that a fire drill for enrichment remedial reading

i ,EAT IN OR TAKE OUT train with row after row of of 1966. The groom also July 20 nt 3 p m. All Inter- and arithmetic, have about
sequined cameo lace. For her graduated from Bradford ested parties are asked to be ,ss''.'tiasL1Ae
. i 1601 N. Temple Ave. U. S. 301 North i headpiece she chose a tiara of High School in 19AO and Is present. A motion was made 29 children enrolled.PERSONALS ". )/",;,).r )>;-,..,..;.-.,.--" >,

I C. R. BRASWELL, OwnerManagerr crystal beads accenting the employed with Ell Witt Company -!), and seconded to approve Installation The community extends a _
a full length! veil. She carried Gainesville of a sub-station as warm welcome to Mr. and II "

-, I a crescent bouquet of white ner Florida Power and Light Mrs. Herman Bowers and sons i J-Leave The Cooking To Us During

UnremarriedWidows Oomnnny's request. former residents of the Ro- "".\ "2.'t. ' ''' '''' ''''' '''' .''''''-
-1 BIRTH '' '' '
May Get chelle aiea They recently These Hot Summer Days!
: Mr and Mrs. Earl Cooperare bought the Otto Hicks Sr.

GI Home Loans the proud parents of a farm and have just completed

i ; fine baby girl born Sunday, their move. The pleasant, relaxing atmosphere is in keeping with our truly Delicious

Recent changes in the GI July 14. The Cooper's have Mrs. Ina Home Is at home

Home Loan Program should one other rfaiKriiter. and reports that she had a Meals.

I make it easier for thousandsof CHURCH NEWS wonderful weeks vacation with

j unremarried widows to get Virginia Brown received a Mrs. Myrtle Watterson at her Whether it's a Family Affair, Dinner
GI home loans. Basic eligibility white gift Bible presented by home In Dana N. C. While ti a

: requirements are that the members of the Ynuw' Wom there, Ina visited many of for Two or a Business En-

i ( I widow's husband either die .an's Auxiliary of the Hampton the well known scenic spotsin

on active duty or from a ser-: Baptist Church on Sunday the Smokey Mountains.Mr. gagement, our friendly, courteous

i vice connected disability and nleht The Impressive candlelight and Mrs. Lonnie Melton
service strikes note of gracious
the veteian'5 service was during ceremony was held dur- and Otis returned Friday
ii I World War II Korean 'ing the evening worship er- after spending two weeks with hospitality.

i I Conflict or the Vietnam era vireo The YWA members, each relatives in Texas Arkansas,

according to M. T. Dixon, director carrying a different color and Ohio. The Meltons'
: of the Florida Depart- taper symbolic of threads to daughter and IIOn- n-law,
; f,1 KI ment of Veterans Affairs. be woven into the formationof Clarence and Joyce Hagan,

i A new law permits the VA a new home, wore long and sons, also accompaniedthem Try Our Delicious Buffet
i r ri .4. to guarantee home loans up to gowns In pastel colors. The on their trip.
$12,500 of the loan amount, presentation was made by
Mr. and Mrs. George Wil-
i : : but not than 60 cent YWA President Carolyn Ken- Served
more per I Hams and Howell also returned Daily
r of the loan The higher ceiling nan. Others participating in
TO HAPPEN Friday after spending two
J\S MOUND the service were: Debbie and
on GI loan interest rates weeks on a trip which took
NEW- which went Into effect Wendy Hill, Lynda: Stone, TWO HOT ENTREES
them as far west as Idaho
recently should help these wi- Brenda :Brown Debbl Hicks, and carried them, into 13 dlf- $$1.25
Mary Lou Cooper. Jo Anne
dows get GI loan from a
rent states. After leaving here
commercial lending institu- they spent the first night 11:00: ami. to 2:00 p.m.
I.. tton. Many eligible widows had Edith Kennan. WMU President with relatives Mr. and Mrs.
AT FIRST FEDERAL!" husbands who served In Work Tony Kennan was the Claude Houser in Flatrock ASSORTED SALADS

War II. and under current soloist and was' accompanied Ala., and from there visited

legislation they still have blood.on the piano by Elaine Young- such scenic sights as the BadLands ROLLS BUTTER Dinner Duffel $1.75TEA

more years to obtain a GI Black Hills, and Mt.
loan-until July 25. 1970. Entitlement Mr and Mrs. George Ken- Rushmore in South Dakota;
and lI. for widows hosts for COFFEE 5:00: p.m. to 9:00: p.m.'nIURIIDAr. .
Savings 0 qualifiej nan were a reception and Jackson Hole, a hunting
of men who served In the given in honor of their son resort area, and Yellowstone

II I I Korean Confllce Is not ache- National Park in Wyoming ,

473&7 I, duled;) to expire until January FILING CABINETS Typewriter One of the most delightful,

ASSOCIATION OF STARKE 1975. Stand. Desk!, Chairs, parts of the trip was seeing --- -A

218 N.- Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000 Widows whose spouses served Safe Bradford County and playing In snow at Big- wTrs

during the Vietnam era- Telegraph horn National Forest In Wy- | _

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B &; E Assault Dismissed 18th
Charges Bishops
Schools May official on June 19, that no Commission : PI. yA sical education at Florid
? -JUnlVersity Bishop lans to
new federal funds can be allocated 3
In Natonal 1 ttr".out'for the Seminole golf

I,,. Lose Funds Present this federal county.funds, Already Uses Knife WITH COUNTRY Against Ralph Allan Bellamy,18Charges ," ,team next year.

_::, coming to Bradford:: in A of breaking and, en. bound over earlier in the same Amateur Go ,His next tournament this
the amount of about $150,000per YOUR G E N' terlng with Intent to commita case. He and Turner, both summer ,will probably; 'be the
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Golf & Club
, .... year, will be continuedthe felony and assault with Intent from .Jacksonville were charged Starke_jfolfer Harold Bishop' Starke : Country
Board have! contended the county is ruled out of were approved by the com Ir Mw 1 'IrrF ''dt to murder against Robert ;! on the June 3 complaintof finished 11a two way tie for cbamplOlUlhtptournanent* for
.. present freetiom-of-choice:! ,compliance with the 1934 Civil mission. These included:!:; t r + t t Allan Bellamy 1.8. Starke Gene Tanner owner of the 18th place in the National which, the rquafffping'bounds:
Rights' Act in an administrative health unit $23.372 (up from were/ dismissed after; a preliminary appliance store, who said one Public.Links Golf Tournamentlast ..ro,, being played,-pow h.\1 '
accept-able.; hearing before federal I $19.1031): civil defense, $15,884I \hearing Thursday July of the men kept him occupied week in Dallas, Texas. ,. MADISON STREET: BAPTIST
. = goal, Casey repeatedly stated examiners. lup I from $12,729]; mosquito 11. In County Judge's' Court. while the other carried the Bishop represented the CHURCH STARKE
. ..w' that ,43 per cent Bradford,- If the School Board still control, $35,360 [down from The complaining witness radios from the store. Jacksonville area In the tour .i ,'" j
students now attend schools took no action to have a new $37,5501; library $15.000 Melton Simmons, testified Tanner told the Sheriff's: ney and carded a four-day'to- Sunday July; 21''-fSLndayschool
- = .piedonUnately another race. desegregation plan approvedby [same as present), and county 1 that Bellamy Is not the man Department he watched the I tal of 78-77-73-77-305. It was I ,'' 9':45: a.1n.tiMDrn1ng!
-. He points out that choice Is HEW, nothing further Judge 25955. Who broke into his home June radios being carried out in the I the second year in a row Worship, 11; i'Youth Choir
F :open to any student. :would be done by HEW. Ac- A proposed budget of $139- 28 and beat him. Bellamy had reflection from the window of Bishop had made the cut;In i Practice 4:30: 1>Mnv f Youth
....... .The HEW officials, how- tion could then be taken 790 for road and bridge main- BY. been held In the Bradford a store Tanner got the tag the national amateur tourna Fellowship Supper. 5:45.:
- -',. ever, say that the 'allNegroRJE through the federal judiciary, tenance 'IUTJ from $131,201] e George T.Iluggide. Ccunty Jail since the assault. number of the pair's automo- ment. Training Union; 8U.: WMU
High School in Starke however, if any party file: was tentati ely approved pendIng In another hearing before bile which was traced to Jacksonville He much Improved his performance Prayer''Circle l 7:15.: Evening"Worship !:
and the all-Negro Anderson suit contending a student was I. further discussion Wednesday : County Judge T. A. Yawn, over a year ago but 7:30.rf:
Junior High School In Lawtey being discriminated against. night. Fred Carlton Turner was Harper was arrested In was still dissatisfied! with ,his Monday 'July"22'R.' ; A.
,,are not acceptable They also 'toodS. bound over to Circuit Courton Jacksonville the day of the showing last week Meeting at'the''church '? p.:
Total of these He showed
budget for
the countyas It is a pretty well known, use "
'say that Bradford's faculty grand larceny charges He offense. Turner, an unemployed Mrs. m.1 WAmecting7:30,
Bishop, son of Mr and
- how to catch and use
tentatively outlined by fact that County Agricultural them
S., :.. ,, Desegregation has not progres- ;False Crime Clerk Darby is $643.18587 a s and Home Economics I certain animals and fish. He is charged ,with stealing six tailor was arrested, by H. A. Bishop of Starke has Wed. July 34- Prayer'Meet-
"' Agents ...
sed far enough, that there AM-FM radios from Gay'sHome Jacksonville police Saturday, two area tournaments this ing '7:30: 'p. m. > Business
against how to
anticipated receipts of f employees of the showed them preparethe
., -should be ,at least-one Negro Agents are Appliance.'Alfonao"7iarper. June 27 on a Bradford County I summer and placed second in Meeting 8; Church 'ChoirPractice.8:30r !
$577,416.77 based the land for planting. When I
on cur- Extension Ser
teacher in each four! \Warrant Agricultural : : had been warrant, ; : .* ,"'.::;.JJ :
Beyond that. however. HEW Signed rent millage rate. This leavesan I vice. This organization is cooperative : planting time came, he showed
amount of $65,769 to be between County and them to take three fish
' .'N has so far not submitted. any made up by increasing the State. The County Commissioners place them with their needs

.- ''once.specific. areas of non-coanpll t Continued From Page Onej millage! rate, or trimming th are responsible for, the pointing in and their tails, out I

.-, Supt...Casey has contended ing before Alachua Co. Judge budget accordingly. Co mm Is. organizations and employeesin like the spokes.of a wheel land 'These
sloners determinedto seed in ,the Cen
appeared each county. The Extension the planted
._ all along that Bradford's degree John L. Connell and a line-
.-.'.y of student.mixing is suf, up of all Alachua deputies in follow the latter course. Service Is a part of County ter. ,Bu, this 'was the first
.. Commissioners also heard a government just the same as method demonstration, a type
;:'M" ficient' to aa/tlsfy! HEW at which Medders was asked if
least for the 1968-69 terrrn he could identify the officer request from Herman Johnsonof any of. the elected officials. of Agricultural Extension ,
with only ,the, possible transfer who allegedly robbed him. Lawtey, requesting tha t Extension employees are responsible werk-ver recorded In American : -

..-:;.-.. of a'few more Instructors. :Medfiers picked out a deputy county agencies consider': em- to the* County Com- History. Mustangs
,He cites. the progress madeso as the officer involved, but ploying more Negroes-because missioners. The Commissioners Other periods, by special' < \ 1
far by the freedom-of- it was quickly determined the the-colored: community was have the major responsibility acts 'of Congress, date the:) beginning ;

choice ,plan and says thatthere' deputy had not been in Waldoon heneflttlng t from county pay \ for the personnel ;;.and of agricultural school r
is no reason to believe the night in question, but r\\?l1s, operation of county programSometimes' in some states 'and the U.,, S. I .
that further progress won't be had .been home with the flu- a person asks department of Agriculture. In .
how old Is this County Agent order to extend the Information ..
made under/It In the '
coining: There were many other discrepancies Reno work? Well, several dates echools land have.jo '
years. He the Group come from these I
contends iF-C
I in Medders' I 1
plan is not acceptable unless revealed by the investigation story, Into the picture that take U the USDA to ,the people of:,th*j go.
"',. it leads to complete and total a pretty far ways back. About United,States, an act providIng '
the Alachua states.
.integregation in two years. report Quizzes CityContinued 1620 or 21, after a terrible for Cooperative Extension '
Referral of Bradford's' compliance The crime of falsely reporting winter and famine around Work was passed in. 1914.A '
I.." a crime l;: a misdemeanor. Plymouth Rock area, an In- and .r
status to' Washington / [ From Page One) l lot of knowledge ex-,
for an admlnstratlve hearing dian called Squanto, because perience had been gained anda i a"
on vacation. he could speak pretty good .
r :
lot had been done since the At
Decided to wait until after English and was a leader ;
the 10th month of the fiscal among his people, helped in I time of Squanto so that' the our .
Working Man'sCH Extension Service could be
y year to begin holding work calling a meeting of some of )
sessions on the next buget.CouncUma.n :! the people. He talked to them i launched with plenty of,work .
about agriculture and fishing. to do. Extension programa, of
P T. NoUn sug-
gested that Some of the Pilgrim Colony work have not decreased'
:L.U 'N work begin now,
but Clerk Merrill Edwards were actually starving because Changing times and. desires of
.. didn't recognizesome the people have continuously prices you
..-...-. said the practice has to wait they
until he can supply figuresfor of the edible plants and Increased the responsibilitiesof
animals around them. Squanto the Agricultural Extension:
10 months
of the fiscal
year at the end of July showed them how to make' people. I '

*> l 96c ready ment McRae-Was to for recommend told that Electrical by he Councilman is a Inspector not replace-yet Paychecks Hit I .c: can't say NoY( r rIIIL I Ia

: Meat Merrill Dees who resigned to New Federal Surtax

I work with the new prison re- ...... .. .. '
lillUllL.ulIII.Ji., 1J'I1' I1 11II\> 4f 1 : _
Three Vegetables Tea Coffee center in Lake I
or Butler. u(: In.! :

...:- SERVED 11 A. M. to 4 P.M. -Discussed the problem of I Official Since Mon.making .
shoddy city lots, but took no I
action Tuesday. The clean up
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY fun Is It became official Monday, the extra deduction.,
:!! overspent and! city
.-- ..., .. July'15U, S, wage earners The 10 percent Increase [son
mowers are busy on streets. '-
will pay the federal government the federal tax Americans -
Okayed the purchase of afire
-. v I pressure indicator for a bigger tax bite as the already have been paying, not ..!
the 10 per cent Income tax surtax on their total wages. .:I
power plant at a cost of
JOCK'S recommended by President If $20 had been withheld
DRIVE-IN ,, 8442Approved Johnson and passed June 28 from each weekly paycheck, for Y
a trip to Orlando -
became effective. withholding taxes, for example .
18 for a
on July Supt.
I All paychecks received after wage earners will now owe w
Davis to attend of
Mw a Monday must reflect the surcharge the fl4leral'aovernment! $22. : "
"; t ,' MANAGED BY the board of directors of the through an Increased All paychecks must account

Florida Municipal Utilities I deduction for federal Income for the"Increased withholdingto

? ; ',, ::, .. t-A BILLY MOORE Association. taxes. Many employers, real- cover the surcharge even
I izing the law' Is retroactive If the money was earned before ... '
un __.____ this week. OnlY- persons ; !!
in the lowest Income bracketsare a 3 r
exempt. .
The tax is Intended to help I )ill I I Ia :
. .. : meet the cost of the Vietnam .
-_.v ; W'O'ULD YOUr War-now running more than .
$28 billion a year: to keep
President Johnson's Great x
-- ."'."...... Society( programs rolling; to :
--1'-. stem Inflationand to reducea ; :::-::

r rrr budget deficit which In the i .;
r_w. last fiscal year rose to about "=l:"

r_w.a $25 billion, fourth largest In 1
'B'E.il'EUE.' history
Coupled with the surcharges
- -- a congressional mandate to if f
_. the administration to cut gov"'
-r. ernment spending by $6 billion :
In addition to the surcharge J i :;'1

E... Only $$10950 on Individuals and corpora- h.
; tions, the new law also speedsup
_4'I!) collections of corporate in- --::....
come taxes and extends the
:. f"
-... 'I 10 per cent excise tax on telephone .
.service and the 7 .
percent ;:
:. ,. i 'hW1'' t manufacturers excise on t, :. :: 'r.n. !.t"l. :, -
n :1..
e::: J "For: this .' automobiles The corporate tax Is retro- ? 'a ""' !: C1 I: } ;.

i '' 'WORLD'S SMALLEST ELECTRIC active to Jan. 1.. 4- ''ff,.Jl ....1 r.I. .:.
:. 'I' The enUre package is expected a 1' t:. '
.. J ,d.
ADDING MACHINE to increase revenuesby ,, : '''-\1 j..;
r-: .
I 4. J II:! ;::
more than $15 billion in i 1,4
a 1a f the current fiscal year which .
ends next .June..30 with the -If ii r 'kN :
Adds ", individual surcharge accountIng -

for $7,75..billion[ of this.
I! Subtracts 4 President Johnson originally 0----

submitted the __ surcharge to ktl% N (S Ya>'F* .., .. .. -
Multiplies Congress last Aug. 3 and K
asked for an Oct. 1 effective

I Credit Balance tI date When for Congress Individuals.failed to act I .. ..... ..

i I last year President"Johnson
changed the effective date to ,
TOTALS TO 999,999.99 individuals to last :April I, a' .. "

\' w, date June.the measure approved finally by Congress,passed. in in g r. 4} Mustang 2345 -

At Last! Portable Electric Adding Machine With The Because of this retroactive :< .'.

I: ,., Touch, Speed, And Keyboard Arrangement Of A from feature paychecks, the wont tax withheld cover 41 I' That's our rock bottom clearance price for !

I all the I Mustang Save on optional equipment too. '
1:, Heavyweight Machine. I money individuals will -- ... ,I
owe the government by the
end of December.The .

10 KEY OPERATORS INCLUDING CPA'S be paid when Federal Income

d' : PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, BOOKKEEPERS tax returns are filed by next.
April 15.This .

: Compare:: With Machines Costing Twice As Much! fewer refunds will mean next smaller year and and Terwillegar Motors"Your

larger payments of additional

I calendar 1968 as a
whole, the surcharge will represent -
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I. an over-all Increase oft I Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and
7.5 per cent since !twill be Union, Counties"
paid for only nine months oft 206 W. Madison St. Phone' 964-7200
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'arntmsD/iT.! / JULY, is, toe*. IIR"PPn1Qt; f I 'IINTTwo .nr.InRAt. .M ,rrAptt VrflRtnA .eegtlanITaAeFl.
.. ,- --.--- .. "* --

.' '' Villiama Named "2750.
Dead \ Guard Transportation Unit Barbara Valinsfcl, failure
I u. S". Region III ylelii, right-of-way and eauslnicnldent

I ;. D. TreasurerBradford .. :. ; fined (860
jn Lake .Outing Battalion/ HQ Formed Here County Civil De- ',costs.Harold, J Roy' Faster: Jr.

'erase DhectoiFrank: Williams irlikinv M a minor forfelte!
from pue ,One Headquarters of the 453rd IAS been elected treasurer! of $27.80 bond

Starke. Transportation Batta'lon of Region III [southeast:> U. t"-4MKML I M MBBBBBBBPBSHHpBpBB

Burial was in {he famfy1 I he Fieria( National Guard 1 Civil Defense Council. Need more pull?
plot )In Long Branch Ceme LLhi nd( u headquarters: detachment Williams was chosen the
tery under Direction, pf D Wltt has; been transferred( week of July 710hen hi
_CJonefl, { ,', Funeral" Horn of horn Tampa t) Staike.Mi and Assistant County CD' ,DI-
Starke.',Cher\ ,tRee e. minister d } lor General Henry W. vector Me)'rill Edward, Stake
'il ti'J9r 'McMI'II\n of city clerk, attended Region
Lof the j-irit t'. Christian adjutant general
Church, officiated'at' the ser the "State! of '"'Floilda. announced (cit convention In Ashvllle,
vices. ';: the transfer Monday and North Carolina..

mia"e a trip ,to the new home
- It the unit, the RancUt F. VIA YOR'S COURTMayor
_Don't Be "hlttv "'l'mo"y. to welcome the
ei d" t w: n
r + ;I! r A d s
"oprnandn1 ,of the 4S3rdLTC\ Carl Hurst heard:! six
DECEIVEDHy'Xdvertlsed _'*\av-i! L Kennon of Lake CtY'i: -acs in Staike Mayor's Court Atlas cleats Tractor dig In ort maximum
Io"Htlna a.b'sttallon head.Miprters \ Tuesday night July 18: traction.
s Prices In Stark will faclliri Budlne Murray, failure to:

Total coat of, contract In. hater a-imln'stratlve!! and ;.vle'a' right-of-way, fined an
what you actually pay. Get tralninq'supervIsion of the $37:: .SO. sraoo
\the ,REAL ACTS? before non-'!n1ttallon xtn'ti of tie 53rd 4 Jerry Fisher failure to yield
,r? ,yon algo.. .Oar payment! ..are, Infantry Brigade In northeast .' tk right-of-way and causing an Call Your Standard OilMAN
f ftum'g'to $15 per month Flqrtda: Oen McMillan ex- {ir accident, forfeited bond of IN STARK.E
lees, with the name down lalnl The'e untu Include Major GeGneral Henry W. MacMlllan welcome 2750. K. G. DUNCAN
payment and number of the 153rd Engineer Companyof LTC Floyd Kennon Jr. of Lake City, commander o Curtis Whittle, wilful and 964-5132
montjHi, to pay & per cent .lake city, the 253rd Signal( the 453rd Transportation Battalion, to the Randa wanton reckless driving for
'hanfc.; financing(;. No, hidden Company [Mgr' ] t-Avn. Part] feited $3790 bond. .
ell...._ CTen top maniifacurera (* of St. Augustine and Troop E. F. Chitty Armory Monday. CPT Richard JockeJ, com Clyde MoRne. wilful and' ,Standard 011 Company(Incjn-KyJ. -)<. .
represented. -i 11M Gainesville.:: 'Cavalry of Ocala and raander non. of Co. D, also was present to greet LTC Ken wanton reckless driving fined |I I '

LOW The- Headquarters( Detachment -

OVERHEADDoes. I Mechanic Pete Barton puts the county's I Is commanded by Capt. AR iNSPECTIONLet
I Ralph G Greene of Starke.
VehiCleChecks tester through Its on
It! I I new headlight paces, The HO unit will employ
n Williams'
(Civil Defense Director Frank car.nit i three full time technicians

,The Owners had flunked earlier but made it i I who will move to> Sttrke from Us Help You -- We Check
Dad anfl Brad- 1 through Monday. Headlights out of adjustment Tampa: Mal Robert W, Ten 4spe ..
Drive The'Trucks. caused more cars to be turned I Elck Capt. Rnnald! R. Hall I .ttyd Headlights; and Turn 'Signals'
J down than, anything else the first three and CWO Eugene! W. Gravel p
r Windshield Wipers
fj 1 days. Id i Organizational ceremonies( !II l

8i, 10 12: WIDES : Started In which the new unit was I! Brakes Tires
federally recognized by the U
1'/, BATHS "' Horn Steering PartsAll
I 3 Department of the Army :
AND EXPANDABLES Bradford's $25,000 auto safe y and In which/ the orders of I
I ty Ld.''..del.Un IP. LAKE GENEVA for business! Monday, July 15, lelrt'at 7 p. m. Monday. The Check ($1 Set-Up Charge)
as Civil Defense Director :nnlt will cnRlllt l of six offi-!
Frank Williams, in charge of era and 12 enlisted men. I C I I By Appointment.
,, HOME the had promised. PEe I A L
MOOiLE. | project It .wUl\ l be composed: of men
Hours the station will be
I who live I in the Staike area Only .
open are from 9 a. m. to 7 p. and who have been attached members of the spew 453rd Transportation Bat

t ,SALES, m. Tuesday through Friday M 4',. Iaa1M alvnar. stalhNnh talion Headquarters Detachment received their orders Thurs, July 18 Thru Wed. July 24
One and from 8 until noon
a. m
mile S.E. Keystone 1 In Jacksonville Co. D [-] and were federally recognized In ceremonies
on Saturday. It will be closed
Heights on Route 100. from noon Saturday until 53rd Support. Battalion r ere. Monday,;night. Headlights Adjusted Approved
'OPEN ,Co. D and the HQ':detachment -
SUNDAYS Tuesday.The I I '''' completely separate units unit must turn in their present Equipment
Phone "P"j' \ of the 453rd\ Transportation I
473-4320 and
etatlon has been busy ? There even has to be a parti- field equipment t.
ever since except for two hours Battalion will both occupy tion erected In the supply make a new draw from equipment Single Beams $2-Double Beams $2.50
--. 5..- Tuesday afternoon when brake I This hydraulic lift picks each vehicle off the floorenough the new armory in room to keep equipment sep- which will be brought I ,

.._- so that the front end suspension and steer I Starke but will operate as arate and members of the new from' Tampa, ___ Align Front: End: And Balance, Turn
ing .can be checked. The station was ;turning them ---- ---- ----

Serving Florida out at better than a car each eight minutes Monday:f Recent Births I Front Tires, $8.88,

Since 1J>50Mr (Parts Extra If Needed)
tester went on the blink. Two must bring the tag receipt or Bradford County Hosrlta

97L a r S ce, ffn* employees of the station were'I car registration al&ng. ; announces the fotlowlnj, /(

_. .... also ill this week and Williams It was announced Monday births: FIRESTONE A&4 A I SUPPLY
'rrrrn. I
aw and Road Foreman R. E. Jones by the Florida Highway Patrol Mr and Mrs Bail Daniel
took over that a 30-day extension Cooker, Hampton a daughter
It has been a rough I has been granted motorists ] Vicki Marcela July 4 INC.
*. Carolyn Cordially ningc ,however, with )begin-I scheduled to have their autos 'Mr. and Mrs Leonard Ed-
Earea' per cent of the cars going( Inspected during July. A aims ward Kru'lrotf, looker, fdbughter :312 W. !Madison St. Phone 964-7592
Welcomes through the Inspection flunk- lIar extension has already July'! 5Mr
Representative according to Williams. been granted those( who were STAKKE. FLA.PORTABLE .
.and Fred
Ing Mrs RogeisBrooker.
P d..964eCa912. .... You and Your ... ., bDOStJaU. because..of,,..one [-supposed! ) to have their vehtelea a daughter/ Lisa Ma I w
,122". : X."Bay ST ilytoYW kind of Unfit or the other; Inspected; : in JuneyVchlclei I rie, July 14, I

Starke New Horn many cars hale headlights ad'usted with tag numbers un______ u __.__
I ', Iminopsily That ac- ending with the numerals 4 jjjjj4jjj1b
I counts for about 15 per cent and! 5 were due to be,inspectedIn
,' The State of FloridaIt of the cars. Williams says. June, 6 and 7 in July rand
Faulty brakes are found on 9 in August 0 and 1 in El'8 Ilel.el Lwe wIiovnhite
is .Our Desire To Make You Foci Wt'IC't"'t and about five per cent of the ve- September, and 2 and 3 in
'To' Acquaint You With Your City. hicle" October. Each vehicle must

I Williams reports that some be inspected each six months *
persons don't like It when thereafter. Vehicles with spec-
f! you are'new in the area, a phone their vehicle falls to obtain ial tags will be inspected .In 4 Bradford Youths Attend

. call)) will bring you a prompt visit the blue sticker signifying[ It November I

r from your local hostess. Please give passed But the Williams first time asks around.that Services Held Doe Lake 4-H Wildlife Camp ;: r''', ,7 TYPEWRITER
"everybody bear with us
- her a calll! She has maps and many get the cars In shape." For Four Bradford County vocational Bradford Chapter: and Joseph a--i
Two policies have been established I agriculture studentsare Starling and Ralph Morgan,
free and wonderful for
gifts you for the Inspections: attending the 34th annual Starke Chapter
from local businesses. 11 the $1.75 fee must be paidIn Lloyd Padgett | Florida Forest Service For- Some 250 boys are attending _
IAe cash, and 21] each driver estry Training Camp at O'- the forestry camp which is
I Lloyd( CAuthorn Padgett 28, Leno state Park this week the oldest and largest of 1U
I Starke. died suddenly Satur- Selected to represent their kind in the nation Qualified
day morning, July 13. following local Future Farmers of Instructors! give specially a 1-1|
(' a sudden illness America Chapters were Ron- apted courses In forest man- 7 p3" 3 F" .F .E.Er
Born In Brooker, March 31. ald Oarver and Richard Sapp. aeempnt and practices i i x&
1939 Mr. Padgett was a member -
I of the Bayless Highway Gasoline Tax was the daughter of the late I
Baptist Church. A. W. Redgrave and Mrs. Min a x s. 4 J it a i i r

Surviving are his parents: June Take nie Edwards Redgrave who resides It does so much, i, w r a R ,
Lloyd Cecil and Mary Estelle in Staike. She was a
. Waters Padgett, Starke; two member of the First Metho- but costs so little
. Slightly Up
sisters: Mrs. Catherine Sapp dist Church.
and Mrs Annette Norman. Gasoline tax collections to- Besides her mother. Mrs.I
i three brothers: Kenneth. Cecil, taled $57.583 In Bradford Johns Is survived by one 9.5
rat I and Elwood Padgett, all of County during June' 1968. up daughter, Mrs. Charles Dur-I

Starke. $2.133 over June 1967, according kee, Cincinnati. Ohio; ono
Services were from the Bay-' to the office of J. Ed son. Carl Lamar Johns Starke; )
less Highway Baptist Church Straughn. director of the Flor-
two sisters: Mrs. Joe
I! Monday July 15. with Rev. M ida Revenue Commission. Mrs Edwin Torode both Bolled.. I 1
D. MaderUw officiating Burial -' -.i '
Collections here were down of Starke. I
I to Dedan Cemetery I Il1f'ar
/considerably from their $80.- Services were from the Flint
1 Brooker under direction' 735 total in May 1968. how- 'l '
Methodist Church In Starke
Jones Tuner! LlgbtJYell1l1&dJl
I of DeWltt C. U
ever.The Monday, July 15. with Rev.
Home of Starke. i two cents returned to DeWitt T. Farabee Jr officiating. -
the counties gave Bradford Burial wan in the
Local Chapter $23.C89 In June. Of the remaining family plot in Crosby Lake
: 'seventh .cent, ,the 20 Cemetery under direction of With many important features Royal office typewriters J
to the county
NAACP Meets per cent: going DeWitt C. Jones Funeral 1
board'' was $2,105 and the 80 '
: per cent going, to the State 1 Home Full-size keyboard
8 P.M. TonightA
Road Department was $8422 Pleasant light
The first four, cents of the Royal"touch"
WHAT: ARE YOUWAITING chapter meeting of the National\ Asso gasoline tax goes to the fed- SENIOR ,* Wide writing line

: I elation for the Advancement eral government.Clay CITIZENS '* Roll 'nf Ready Paper Feed
County gas tax collections
FOR? of Colored'People is set :
; *
for June 1968 were $82.- NEWSDue Qulck-Setrriargtn.3
Thursday. July 18. 'at' 8 pm. Y

; It's so easy, quick, and very convenient to I In the Allen Chapel'l..A. M. E.. 662.June tip 1967 Just and over up about$1.000$4.000 from : a *| Retractable paper support

BANK BY MAIL here ':- whether you jive or Church Is Invited to attend over' the May 1968 collections to the Inclement weather z ftfl 2-color ribbon
Anyone Union collections for our picnic at the home of
workiseveral blocks or .several milesfrom according to Rev. .Levy' Len- June 1968 were 814. 88. down Lisa and Joe Hansen was cancelled Guaranteed:' .for 5 years;

here-and gives you more free time for other non president. $125 from Jim ]last year, but Instead! we enjoyed a .
things, such as just'' plain taking 'it, easy! Purpose of the meeting, ac up about $4,500 'over May bingo session at the Recreation S-YEAA OUAAANTEC. Royal' Typewriter Company, (no. push
cOl'dlnato Rev. Lennon Is to 1068. Hall. an1..s replacement at no charge, other than labor and ship
Write or ask us for.our free. BANKING. BY stimulate Interest of members We happy to welcome ping of any defective part (except rubber parts, ribbon, or
MAIL forms today. In the organization "in the were part damaged by accident or misuse) within five years of
back Mr. and Mrs Donohue
Mrs. Carl Johns
activities sponsored by NAACPfor purchase. No labor charge wHhln Drat 90 day. Guarantee
the progress of our com' Dies Saturday former New Yorkers, who are cov.rs only Ihe original purchaser., .
now making their home In

FLORIDA I munlty.Gainesville Mrs Cora will Roberson be guest of After IllnessMrs. Starke.Our president Joe Kerrigan' flop in.See it. Try it. Toull love the, spirited new Soyalitei

Thelma Redgrave
speaker for the meeting. and his wife Dorothy are vacationing -
of the late
John 63. widow

:- :B".AN: : 'K ,''it t :S'T' IfK'E councilman Robert Scott.and Lawtey Herman city Builder'Carl Johns:: Supply, owner died of in Starke the The next in Miami meeting Beach.will be Also Full Line of Electric Portables

Johnson( school: trustee from
: Bradford County Hospital held on Tuesday July 23 at
will also speak.
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Saturday evening July 13. following the recreation hall. Everyone
The Youth Community an extended illness BRADFORD COUNTY
Choral,: droop will sin* \pntrl- Born mC'hmonc1V1r..tnla welcomeninma\ TELEGRAPH"I'
One of 30 Banks of the Florida National i Group In -
,.-, .- __. .... ... -d_ .-. mir and -opirltunl worma. on'Oct.:' 14, 1904. MM. Johns : Mnrstn. Tress, _n_

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II I 11 ::00 A M. on the date shown O. Han tia. llaiiii. JI. Kin, Merle of the Circuit Court or domain,, nhull lie lit wrltlnit:, -
New Bandmaster Sees Q onr" B. Davis,' I'. o. Box Hy Virginia. F. Darby and ahull state the place. of residence
for the following: 93b ilarnplon.' : Fla., 'ol. owner. Deputy Cleric' and pout office addressof
I August 1, 1BC8 Sale oPine this ZOtrt'; day of June.; 6/27'? 4t 1-M, the: claimant:: and shall be
.:..- -? than FlorldaStlirk. *' Briufol' County .sworn to by the .claimant his
IB The ('oual,. Judge. (10.... I.), anent, or attorney ant, accompanied \Y7DgLFgJ( (
L1 ]
'": Tough Task At BHS Specifications Bid Blanks. Conditions may be obtained and- In T... Court-...' 1110 Tn. tt County 1-15 And Vila. No.Fur Urailfuml. ('''.D.,., PlurIllM. .. dollar. so and by filed. a auoh. .shall flllnit claim l be tue or void.demandnot of one

from the State Purchasing Jude.. 1I.'ord Coenty PineIdn .
Marjorie B. CamperAs
uI" : In Probate. In Ret Estate Of Waddrll A.
1 """'Strike up the band! .. high school band." of this expense would go toward Commission, William D. Blox- In n.: EState of Elvtt!: M Sl'1>ttTo Wallace, Sr ; also. known aa W. of administrator As. executor of the of Estate the "
;, "US! an old expression and one In addition to the ordinary ::! application of acousticaltile I ham Building Room 112 Cal- V..II..d.. A. NOTICE Wallace. ,, TO eceased.. CHDOITORa Last Will and Ti-atament. of ..

..... that leads most of us to visualize hard work involved In rebuilding In the bandroom and aud- liouii Street Tallahassee, lOosing All Creditors Claims Or And Demands Persona To all creditor and all p..r. Charea| pouirlas. Camper, dece-
.... : a stately bandmaster the Tornado band In time itol'lumand Installation of FJOI'Ida. Against. Said. Estate. : one having claims or d.mand.a3aln..t aM..d.Firat publication July 4. 1068

who with a dart of his baton I for the season's first football un already-purchased! air 'I he Commission reserve) hereby You and notified each and of you art and aald. each eitate.Vou of. you are 7/4 4t 7-26 $ : _

literally ignites the air with I game, Cassels has encountered conditioning: unit In the bund the rlelit to reject any or all i which prottnnt you any, or claim either I and required ilenwnJ"of .you to rile hereby and notified claims: and and required demand,: to I 4s:1: :; ai)50)t.r)

the dramatic sound of "big another problem. room. Wdi! :may hav against the amate. o, which you or either of you .
-:. brass." That, he explained: is a lackof The board Informed Cassels Al J. Day Klvu M. Hcott, IncuaKwl, late o-f. may Waddell have A.against Wallace. the estate 01 IT'S NEW 'S j

j'-. But of course, it's not that t funds to repair damaged:! that "every conslderatlDn": Executive Director .liidice Bald' of County.Bradford In County the County Flor known as W. A. Wallace 8r.., also dereased andIT'S .

= simple. ;nstruments, replace worn out would be given his request, 7i8; 2t 72S! ida, at his offlo In the rourt late of Bradford County, 1 it1g ,4I
Florida In
iK.uMeof said. .. office of the ,
Starke "
Bradford High School's new ones and renovate the band- at ,
but would make no financial Florida, within six calendar County JuilKe of Bradford Coun _. io' -
-. ban director, Dean Cassels, room at BHS -all of which committments. !\...tJ...' Of' Ai i'i'Ii"nU"nI ,i.. For montha from the time. of the ly. County c.'ourthouie: In Stark., REGISTER I ,! Tt :' ::' :"' fI Hj'L"IDI.tN
I 1'nv I> '! firm'' publication Bradford County, Florida, with
=: will be the first to tell you Cassels considers prerequisitesto Cassels sali: Tuesday:! that Hn>. III 1.1II', 5'. H.N.illoo Two ooplea. of earn of claim thla notice demand In alx months. from the date o i THEN YOU DRAW
that building a good school organizing a "respectableband. I IH. lii-rnliv, Klvfn, that or the first publication of thIs L
shall be no
unless funds are approved : In writing, and YOUR OWN GIFT .
.1 ofllm S
"'.n AUIonmin.) thn holder shall state. the >
-. band program is one of the soon. it would be too late to: I fol low In r ,oprtirioiiten I has leone) and post. office place addrem,of .renl-of I tice.Each claim or demand. mils *"I I ..;II"aI9t;
Cassels presented rilnl,i Niilil 'llflciilcfi for 1t"x lie. In and .
toughest jobs going. a proposed ( fi the claimant, and shall be writing! must stat FAIR ENOUGH? Y' J
get the instrument repaired ,, r'r g
"In fact" said Cassels. "as- budget to the county school or order needed new horns ilm'il oi-rtlflcatn I to l h. Ispul nuiiilHTB, I I Illfl-eon anti yearn The. agent sworn or to bv the. claimant, hi* office the place. address of. residence of. the claimant and pos, : .

\ sembling a respectable band board July 10. He pointed out )f ianuaiu'4' ,, ", Ihu, (1oHMlpllon( of l>iinl, ..d bv attorney a flllnK and fee aocotn-of one his. agent or his attorney. or I 11 YOU RECEIVE YOUR t_
Involves as much work from that about 20 instruments before school started. /II,.. ;niotxrtv.,..unil t MM* nnnien, .In'hlh dollar. and .mioli claim. or demandnut will be void according to law GIFT THEN-AT ONCE ,;.: It !: i
Citing next year's $2 mil- \\ WI HUHeHHIMl OPU HKrnllnwK HQ filed .hnll! hlk vnlrlS Each creditor shall deliversurtlelent I
a* many people as fielding a needed repair; purchase of 12 : / Williamj i -' copies. of his. claim tenable
lion school budget up nearly Ct-rtlflrnto. No. !100. Year ofDoHcrlptlnn n Crllly the NO OBLIGATIONSNO : ; t.- )wjI; '
football team." new horns was required, and ..... Aa Administrator. of the Estate County Judge tn : : \\j' IIINI3'
1..IIll1. 1900. mall the
.".: .:- "Cassels, 27 comes to BHS air conditioning and acoustic 500.000 from last year, the of rropcrty L.ot of Myron 151 va C.M.Prevail Scott,, deneaaed.. one. to personal represontatlve. PURCHASED ':;';'.' ., w _.....,""' ,._
tlpm Columbia High School in treatment would be requiredto new band director commentedthat 10) of BL.K I 2 ot Uowllnii, ; ParkSD i P. O Drawer 60S Attorney Dated June. BOth, 'A. D. 19)8 REQUIRED --
., ,I he could "see no excuse"for "' Keystone The Florida National- Bank or
Helffhla. Fla,
Lake City where he directed make band room conducive Name In which assessed. O. Attorney for Estate.. Jacksonville '
the highly rated Tiger band to proper Instruction and the board:! not providingthe D.: KirHpy EHI 6/2T 4t 7-18 As Executor. of the. Last Wilt Hare's e veiMtil*. all-purpos adding machine designed
requested funds All of mild |i.opc-rty' home In and Testament. of Waddell. A, OVER 100 GIFTS for years of dependable troubl.-,... performance. This
for two years. practice. Ih*- Count*, : uf Bradford, state In The rtreal* CoiTrt; Of Florliln' Wallace. Sr.i: a/k-a W. A. Wa1. compact 10-Key Champion
;\ ''The young director said Board members determinedthat "A band the community 'if Fliriila.ITnleHH Eighth .......el.. Circuit' IB And taco deceasedyi VALUE 8 ((999.999.99) lists 7 column. and totals

-- that he joined the BHS staff about 15.000 would be could be proud of weighs in tlflcitteH* ? said nhall! cnrtlfloate bH redeemttd or, cer-aoortllnK Fur .Bradford Came No. County*'715 CivilArllon. Trust I Fred Officer.1.. Thompson Jr. UP TO OF$349.00 GIFTS 'fast and effortl..s.ILl.flD.OPEIMmII) .Electric: operation make flgurewo*
because he "likes the challenge required! to satisfy Cassels' the balance" said Cassels. ,' to law the property d... Evelyn. Delorea. Adams. Rothateln. *. Blerel

:- : of building:!: a small townLet's request. Approximately $4.000 ''rll'eI. In Hiifh will be oortlflcat sold to-. the ortfrlirii'inrtt tiff v. Phillip Smith Smith.Defend Plain 021 racksonvllle Florida. Florida Title .Building Drawing Privileges
,. HUrlicHt blrtdi.r the antTh Attorney for Executor
--- at court State Of Limited To One To A
Florida To-
& hfiime, ,door on the flrnt Monday 8/27 4t 71'In '
-- After clearing away the bed blossom. If you find yourselfin In ,, Philip Smith! whose residence
month' of AuifUHt.' 1908 which I. family or Vehicle
this then give :In thn: nth day of .Augu.t\ t, unknown. ( ) ,
site sprinkle the area with a predicament 1908 You are hereby notified that llie Court Of The County L LIj
;: GoGardening generous amount of commercial the plants something to lean I UttSSICAL'1)1.. <1 this lot clay of July. ''a proceeding for dlvorre had .h. \ been brought In the. Circuit !. Pr......... IJALPIOI. 'L "
twine attachedto ( ) A.B.C.Mobile IUA ;
fertilizer.:: Mix the plant upon. Green Court for Uradford County, In re: Estate of Charles Dou- \ : I
food :Into the soil andi rake green! stakes and strung Clerk("harlea nf { A. darby Florida. against you. You are 'tIn, Cnmiier Deceased.To *>.. ,.. "
circuit ADDING
of the 'ourt of Brad- hereby required' to file with the All Creditors And Perxons MACHINES :::' I IAS
two-thirds the height furd
the bed smooth before seeding. County Florida Clerk of the circuit Court your Having Claims. Or Demands ;
Plant the seed no more plants will help the flowering 7/4 4t 1-2i .answer. or other pleadings In iKilnst Said KRtate: LOW
said proceeding. .. and' to serve You, arc! ..ach..r. you are AS..S''i; : /
and '
than stalks to stand wave o-r.r.
an 18| -inch deep andon't up ." ] OK f.TIO.5) TO copy of same In Barton T hereby notified and, required to ]
: editor firm the soil too much. their blosslms skywards. Space In.I. I'II5. FU'I'ITIOtTH: :II"MIi Douglas Attorney. for Plaintiff. present any claims and demands' : : ,
By Rervejr Nntlfx '
Bliarpe 6-inch IH herliv given that the Poet Office Drawer 1228, Oulnesvllle which' you, or either of you, "' ,
*" the twine to form ,
In fact the earth so as ;
pack ndiTMlMrni-d.
you can under the
provis .
Florida Agricultural 11::&- Florida on or before. may have Against the estate ofharlea Homes j
.*\ tanalon Seirloe) with the light spray from the squares. If you have only a Statute lon".r. !. null Suction will 805.09. .Florida with. the 29th day of July, 1908 ". Douglas. Camper deeaafd jj
rpKlnter Herein. fall not or a Default. late of said County to j
garden hose. few spindly plants perhaps It .
the Cli-rk: of thn flroult Court, will be. 'he.
entered aicalnftt you. County Judge of Bradford 6545 Normandy Boul.
...... In warm, soil zinnia seed will be easier' to stake each in Florida and, for Bradford County Witness mv hand, and seal of County. Florida at hlx office In Bradford County Telegraph
plant and omit the maze of upon rorclpt of proof aid Court at Stnrke, Bradford the court house of sntd County (At Lane Ave.) Jax.
'Try the trusty zinnia if germinate within a few days of ptlMlcntlnn of thin notion, County, Florida. this 24 day of j at Starke, Florida. within .six
;you ha'Ve about run the and produce an easily identi- string. TON the flrtltloim MIIjIvWORKS nnmn of TIAMP- Tune. A D. 190*. ftlendar months. from the. time. PHONE 781-7322 Phone 964-6305 I
under which
'to:!" gamut of the alphabet flowere. fiable seeding:! that most like Inspect the zinnia bed each I am enffHKed In business at P. 'oat Charles 4L) A, Dnrhv; 1 notice Of the., Two first( copies publication... of each of claim thla' I II
afternoon. It there is the
.! ly outgrow the we"ds. However .. S
): .. ... "'" .._ JI.
These giant. long-lasting for fastest flower: growth b' slightest signs of drooping

flowers are sure to add brilliant sure to pull out the weeds pro leave flood the soil, wettingt He ,
'! well below the last root of h I II IJ
-,' color to your garden I perly as they are a hog for Youfll Jind _
C during the hot days ahead. water and plant food. the plants. Don't sprinkle the
leaves of the plant, because
i;, you are hunting for the When the zinnia seedling') it in the 3
you are inviting trouble from
u. odd
And the unusual. plant send forth their first true
mildew. It this disease shows
We' varieties. that present contrasting leaves thin them to stand I 8 I
up apply ether a sulfur dustor
colors such as the to 10 Inches apart for the I
:- -: Peppermint Stick and the I small flowered varieties and a a neutral copper spray ,
For more blossoms. pinch
Ortho Polka. The Dark Jewel full 18 inches for the giants.
out the bud of each zinnia NEW :MOBILE) HOMES, OhlC-

a I-' :wW produce: a flower withtwlstej Delayed thinning will resultIn plant Just before you think If you find your name among: the Classified Ads, kasha 20' x 24' wide. George E. LaRue I
and spiky petals. stunted growth and few
:: the plant is about to set a sin- Clam on, Layton travel
: Dahlia flowered. California flowers. jle flower bud. This may delay come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO ers, Liberty, Taylor INSURANCE AGENCY

Olant and Super Olant are To overcome the horrors of flowering a few days butt Buy- Bell, trade. Year BuddY-I Auto Fire Homeowner
eye .- catching zinnias with wasting the plants that are will cause the plant to send FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- nancing free set up
mammoth size:: blooms. They thinned try planting the Uvery. BUCKEYE LIFE & ACCIDENT
ip to or more flowers and Theatre Passes In.
: aw easy to grow. The mainS seeds:: about twice too thick add a massive bank of blossoms MART. INC.. 6912 Keystone Heights 473-4692

essentials are hot weather and only on half of the seed bed rather than a single color Jax 771-8778. _ _ _

unshlne. and transplant the thinned head. HASTINGS MATTRESS FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrlgeratlon i BIC PENS. Bull Point Refill .
So select a sunny spot for plants to fill USED VACUUM cleaner reconditioned -
the entire bed. &
Finally for fanciest cut 1IRIWE WORKS Service. Home and *. Bradford County Tele.
-.- MM ,flower bed. Next, loosen) This is good garden psychology flowers you have ever seen, 710 Lemon St. PeJ lat.kaFurniture Commercial. Phone 473-3090- $15 up. 10 different from.graph..
-' the soil with a spade to adepth Often the transplants name) brand to choose
try covering some of your Repaired F. O Box 19, Keystone. tfchtt .
of 12 Inches Part it excellent repair aNmak
or more. thrive better and
produce plants> with cheesecloth before Upholstered & Refinished WANTED USED 5B3 cook
During the process be sure flowers quicker than the undisturbed the, first flowers are ready to MATTRESSES REBUILT I'lIANK YOU NOTES--Beau .M.' KIRBY SALES Gain.stove ABBJRVTCH or electric refrigerators
to :remove Invading tree roots seedlings.If I tifully engraved la gold or ) 712 N. Main.
open. The filtered: light and beds dinette seta bedroom J
from the bed site. These intruders silver $1.25: for V'JIle' STO-7110. tfcbf : NO JOB TOO SMALL:
can't New of 25 Including
you bring yourselfto Innersprlnga ,
nrotectlon from insects make
_ _ sets, sofas and chairs. Phone
.-.- r will give you grief thinning, then It Is likely lowers of super giant size, and liox Springs envelopes. Bradford 964-7923. Dahmers. tfchg OR TOO BIO PAil
]later ,by robbing the flowersof the plants will grow spindly- clear color and suberb quality. Drop Ua. A Cart or Call County Telegraph. tf FILING CABINETS. Typewriter Type Ra|>ulM
plant food and water plus tall anj,:!' will fall over when PALATKA EA 0-9164 Stands Desk. Chairs. LABEL MAKERS from
stunting growth. decked out with giant-size MRS. PEGGY ,SIIALLEJZ INSURANCE Safe*. Bradford County $9.95- Bradford County Tele Free Kstlmu.t

SurtaxOfficial 249 Storiaa K. AdkliM, Agent St. I AT AUTO REDUCED FIRE. BATBS BOAT' Telegraph. I graph. Ph. 964-6305. I TETSTONEPLUMBING


I' ? FOR RENT3 room furnIshed -I INSURANICH AGENCY: )tfchg COOLS IN' SUMMER'! 24-Hour Service

BUCI'S apartment. Private All Work Guaranteed

bath central heat. Convenientto PHONE 964-6561
school and business section. PUMPSNEW
204 W. A klns. Ph. 964-6225. AND USED I Rairord Tetstone, Owner
.1 Monday .F.EDDERSAIR
r tfchg SALES-l'ARTS-SERVICE ,. FOR RENT-I bedroom furnished .

Deep & Shallow Wells cottage near Bits and
,GROCERY LOSE WEIGHT safely with CONDITIONERS Starke Elementary., M. A.:
: [From 'Water Softeners & Filters
Page Four) ex-A-DIet Tablets." ONLY 98c Payne, 964-6560 after 5 p. m.

: the year. _at. Mitchell Drugs. 3tp 7.181 Expert Service On tfchgr

aS The surcharge Is scheduledto FOR SALE All Makes WINKLER ELECTRIC INC.
-New & hp deep GUARANTEED
Quality Watkins -
: :, AND MARKET expire\ next June 30 but at .. ( '\" '" .> well pump. One u.'ed rotisserie Phone 9617061DURRANCE Products. For free delivery -

least one administration of- Also misc. tool*.. Apply Half PUMP 234 N. Temple Ave. Phone 9647596hkA&LA phone 964-B094. ..tfchg
"" ficial. Undersecretary of Commerce : ( : :MAKE Moon Hotel. tfchg AND SUPPLY CO.

-. _-,0 Prices Good Fri. Sat. Sun. I has Howard urged J. its Samuels extensionof already : !)(SYS :I FOR SALE-3 regiatieii Quarter FOR 3ALE-BRICK HOUSE: FOR 2 bedroom RENT'Furnished house' 424 Jefferson small

--o help to pay the nation's .. ; Horse. studs. 1 yearling. two ready for occupancy.: :3 bed- AA&ik Street. tfchg
S., U. S. GOOD LB. I social legislation costs. -. ', '. '. .. ... I 2-year old!. Call 904-0265. "tooBu I Mi bath. located. Just: I

That decision will be up to I Stchgr T/23 outside of city limits in HEATS IN THE WINTER! I FOR RENT--3 bedroom unfurnished -

--4 : the administration elected In CLASSIFIED AD RATESUp FOR SALE Plnebreeze. Easy monthly i house, very desirable
ROUND STEAK..89c or rent-4-bed- location. M. A. Payne 964-
November, and! to the newCongress. terms. Longchamp Coast Co.
SS : to 15 words .___' 1.23 room brick home alr-condl- Contact ARE! YOU planning an extra 6560 after 3 p. m. tfchg
Uoned and Buloid Mitchell, J DID YOU KNOW lt'3 to
(Minimum charge) central heat fine easy I room to your home garage
psrnS NOT SLICED President Johnson signedthe location. 323 N Walnut St. pone 964-8353 P. O. BOX .own a Lous-champ Home? remodel or make repairs If LOST on 301 July 12. White

--I I .. LB. surtax into law June 28. Each word over' 15 __ .07 $130 per month available August 238 Starke.. UI'IbR ;Better built for FJ.)rlda liv: so, call Buford :Mitchell Long dog. few beige spots female

-- S.5 It became effective after 15 Kxtra charge If not 25, call Gainesville 376- WIGS by Sandra Grand Opening ing. Your plan or Our*. champ Construction for Free mixed breed. Wearing flea
SMOKED BACON days but since that was Sunday 9666. 8tchg 8/29 Your lot or Contact Bu
39c paid in advance __ .33 Saturday. Wiglet Sale. ours. Estimate Phone collar. Snowball Child's pet.
the 964.6853.tfch
. practical effective 220 N. Temple Ave. :ford Mitchell phone 964- Reward. Ph. 964-6818. Up
I date for collection of the surcharge SEWING MACHINE 724] 6853. P. O. Box 238. Starke.tftlal.

8 MI. BUCKET ZIG ZAO lined! Mowers Push or Ride .
I I -Ambitious men trained
7 rent ]>er word Does all fancy We Trade We RepairFIRESTONE
designs Buttonholes MEN WANTED Laundry I
SdS ; I on full salary for a management
PURE LARD 99c TO BID Applique :Monograms. workers. Kitchen aids laborers JIMMY MOORE'S I career. Because of

.,' I BY CAICU: OK THANKS! Darns Mends etc. Balance remaining cottage parents, watchman SUN SPORTS i Free. Pick Up Service I our rapid expansion we needa
r, STATE rURCIIVSINO; $43.20, or In City
pay per cooks and clerks. Five man with high school education
Sd '" With $5.00! Food Order COMMISSION: TALLAHASSEE 50 f woruH or less. --...- 3.00 I II month. For FREE Home Demonstration day week, eight hour day.. MOORE BOAT FOR Phone 964-7393 I ; some college preferred

FLORIDA .:uc'h word over 50 ._ .07 I call service :Mgr. State retirement vacations. YOUR. MONEY tf but not necessary. In our
PLANTATION 1 LB. PKG.; Competitive Sealed Bids will\ COLLECT 378-1356:\ Gaines. sick leave. IT interested, please Stork Ph. D64-S791 I I management' training pro
be received by the State Pur- j vllle. Fla. 4tchg 8/1 apply In person Personnel SERVICE ,
gram. This Is not a selling
chasing Commission, until IN TOWN Manager Sunland SPECIAL
; Train. position and no experience la
or Lakeside Home at Spring Lake near Ing Center Gainesville Fla. 1904 necessary. You can earn an
8/4 h Mercury S.9IIP. UPHOLSTERING -
\VFF.K: ONLYTII14 4hchg
attractive salary while trainIng -
Keystone. High and nice.
dry 1067 Johnson!' 9V4I1P.
DIXIE LILY 48 COUNT I 2 Story 6 Rooms small down payment and FOR RENT- Cafe and sand- 1966 Sears 7/ HP. UsedStwnpknocker. I FENNELL'S plus employee benflts and

AU IS ; 5.00THIS I $9,150 terms 650.00 or will trade wich shop in Reno area. 735 I rapid promotions.!! Call Tom
WORTH Pellerin for Ph.
for anything of equal value. Oak St. Willie appointment.
TEA BAGS 39c 3. E. McKay Realtor Call 964-5184 lip 964-1581. Brown. Ph. Hi Mi. So. 301 Starke i iI 904-5010<1 tfchg'
On The Purchase Of ANEW tfchg FOR RENT TV baby
. . .
12 FOOT WIHK' Keystone Heights HONDA 3-
KANSAS QUEEN 5 Ill 2 BEDROOM[ { __.473-4816 $200. Ph 964-7465 lip' oiled and adjusted In your refrigerators by day. BUY- SELLTRAnI!:
week month. Phone 964- BILL '
MOBILE HOME! home $3.00. Vacuum cleaners
TOR RF.NT-3 room furnished FOR SALE- John Deere "B" 7923 D hnierc. tfchg Prompt Service I
ONLY apartment. Private bath and Tractor & Mower: 2-bottom repaired)! also. All work, g'uar- Real Estate

FLOUR' 39c Per Week entrul heat. No animals' or plow; 2 plow coulters: disc' anteed. Dennis E., Coggins, FOR RENT unfurnished 2 For Alr-condlu. d concrete block
I I I I I I S I S S Rt. 1 Box 89. Ralford. 818lIEADLIOHTs Repairs .
children. :Mrs. J. P. Roberts, harrow; pull type ensilage 4tp bedroom C. B. house near home: Hrt >ave<9 street -beautifully

NON-RETURNABLE HOTTLES G FOR $13.93Including 204 W. Adklns Ph. 9C4-7415. harvester: 1-row corn picker; ADJUSTED Hampton School. Call 964- LARGE OR SMALL landscaped and fenced

r tfohpf( corn sheller: 8-hole hog feed- $2.00 per vehicle. State appro saer tfchg -1650 sq. ft. of Improved living

Set Delivery }FOR RENT -Large warehouse.Call .er; 2-row planter; registered ved Weaver Inspection Equip. FOR SALE Electric Lowry QUALITYPLUMBING areaS Down, approximately -
SOFT DRINKS 49c.e. Up-Sales Tux \\JtH-886. Mrs. Green. Duroc boar. Also 58-acre farm ment. See George W. Ricks Organ. Excellent condition. !)$>>.00 per month.

Insurance & Credit Life Ztchfrt! 7/18 with Improvements. Locrans located 314' mile north of $350.00 Phone 473-4464 Keystone CO. I 3 B It, ,2 .l 4th>> concrete blockhouSe

Place. 114| mile south of Wale Starke on US 301. Come out Heights. lip I *-J (Central heat &: Air

4 LBS. A. B.C.Mobile HEADLIGHTS ADJUSTED do. U. S. 301. Itp at your convenience or call: Ph. 964-5039 I Paved/:street. -Fenced yard,
$2.00 per vehicle state approved for appointment anytime. I NICE 3 Bedroom house for close WjwhooL$630 Down -

Weaver Inspection Equipment LAYER FARM- 7.500 capac- Guaranteed Ph. 934-S184. rent on Road 229-A near Hell- Take over payments. Thin

PORK NECK BONES. $1.00 Homes See George Ricks 3'4'! ity. Everything new. 10x50 ltchg bronn Baptist Church. Call won't last long!

u. mile north of Starke on 301. I Mobile Home, 13500. Terms. 984-7244. Itp FOR SALE-House and furniture 404 W. Madison St. Fh 9646 -
-. Come out at your convenienceor i Ph. 964-5096 Itp Philip E. Mobley 64
: l-Z GAL. 6545 NORMANDY call for appointment. FOR RENT-2 bedroom 1 210 N. Cherry. Ph., 964-

Lane Ave.) Guaranteed Ph. 9645 184. DRESSMAKING alterations MAMA PRIEST Nursery bath. c. b. house. Recently 6250 or 9647271. tfch-. SEVERAL GOOD USED Add

FOREMOST ICE MILK. 49c Jacksonville tfchg and all kinds of sewingin School now accepting reservations. painted. 331 N. Myrtle Ave $70 ing :'Machines for sale eleetrlcar -

PHONE 781-7322 t.I t. my home. Ph. 964-5348\ Ages 3 thru 5. Phone month. Call 964-6046. NEED RELIEF COOK 4 shifts I I :"subtraction. credit bal
Harold! K Davis! 4tchg 8:8:, 964-7254. fttchg 8.29 3tchg all a week good pay. Longhorn ance.; Bradford County Telegraph

I I Restaurant, 301 South. Itchg . UJ



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kti'ly'lr\' STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY> JULY, 18 1968 Section ITwo Page On -.
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I i 'rM 'r I'' Wet Election TuesdayClay I I i .. I aA

KeY: &oe Hilites Dry + 'YA* 444 ',m,

.' County residents will which time they plan to name rants to attract tour tuts."
'r \< ,.By JIM FOX go to the polls next Tuesday" various committees to work I Stump sayes he expects a
Please Phone In. Your Items 473-4148 to decide whether the county for their cause over the week- .I turnout of about 0.000 voters
.. ,,' '
..' rr. will continue to be "dry," as next Tuesday. ,0 ':i ',A
1\,41i' \Pfi; /; 3 'ask at present, or permit the legal end.The "wet" forces, rallying Strong opposition to the 'V '
WOMAN'S CLUB) NEWS program.; Have you seen the sale of liquor under the title of "Clay Com- "wets" is coming from some
KOP [Keystone on Parade) new Woman's Club building Clay Is now one of only 12 mittee for Economic Develop churches and Is lei:! by Tom
week's festivities were so well .atel)'? It is worth a "drive- Florida counties that remain ment." have waged a strong Ryan, a Methodist minister.
received this year! that the :3y" Inspection at this point. "dry." permuting only the sale campaign of advertising In now a land developer in tile
Woman's Club Is getting' requests DUPLICATE BRIDGE of 3.2 beer. Bradford CountyIs various media. area. I :
and suggestions for The Duplicate Bridge Club, also one of the 12. W Burch Stump, chairman "Any type of liquor Is available ;
next year's KOP week. sponsored, ,by the Woman's The "wets" and "anU- I of .the group says: "We want within ten minutes from '
The enthusiasm of our fel- ;21ub: meets every Monday; ::1V wets" have both staged militant : to create a climate In Clay Orange Park" Ryan says.
lowKeystoners Is appreciated venlng at the Municipal liS campaigns In recent weeks,; County for modern social atmosphere "Being wet will bring! the, _
an,;a1; will surely spur us on to ouildlng.: Play begins promptly! ____ seeking to Influence voters[ and a modern industrial honky-tonks down U. S. 17
.:a bigger and better program tt 730.: Last week's winners when they go to the polls I and Blandlng Boulevard to us. 7
.lor 1969. were: Pony Given To Boys RanchClay next Tuesday. climate. We have Actually there are no revenue On Cruise To Nassau
The'chairman of various Mr. anI Mrs. Fremont Tol- The "drys" have scheduleda I I Highways IB, 17. and 21 benefits, and Instead of beinga
projects and committees 'es. 1st; Mr. Larsen and Mrs. County Sheriff' Jennings Murrhen In shown accepting series of precinct meetingsfor through here but no modern help it will Increase the Pat Wrinkle, Leslie Beam, and Dorothy Hardrnnergh, fill ,

thank all who supported th Dey, 2nd: Mrs. Terry and ; a pony from Donnell ChrtatoffrrM, eon fl'> !\Ir"",. PIt ChrUtoffen ,- tonight [IThursJayl: at motels, lounges, or restau- cost of law enforcement and of Keystone heights, are hn bidding bon voyage bl-f retaking
Mrs. Fraher.; 3rd. and the'! late Dr. Ionald M. Chrtatoffrr, of Keystone will be an added: tax expense a cnilwe aboard the steamship 8. S. Ruhama Star millIng -

All area bridge players! are Height, donated to the Florida Sheriff. Boys Hunch at Live' V. w................. as well as a nuisance within from. Miami. With the ship tied at the dock In downtown
KEYSTONE Invited to play as this meeting Oak. the community," dry leaderssay. JViiHuuii, It wax easy for. the girls. to whop swim and lfhtiten| ,
'! not limited to club NEWS NOTESBy i .
members.Is The I'OOQ18 1 air Two other ponies, with saddles and bridles, were also donated INDIAN> BEACHLake antI also to enjoy the native nightclub entertainment.FACTS .
to Boy Ranch by Local 234: of the numbers and Steam-
;conditioned: and we have a Helen Egan:
Drive-in Theatre fitters Union of Jacksonville. They were owned by Charter
Bmte Fe
group. .to congenial players. ( )
Why not join some Monday NUlls' of Mlddleburg. who Is. a member of the union. Byi; Michael n. Chltt? ,
Frl. Sat July. 19. 20 evening? ;,/The> presentation wan made through the Clay Mavericks I COMMUNITY CHURCH ..... 475-3171
ST. WILLIAM'S NEWS Saddle Club at its 4th Annual Horse Frolic. The first workshop meeting ;
1...am ufcniiati .i mISTWUY &AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&6 THE !
for the Bazaar was held Wednesday -
' On Wednesday evening Jul y ... .. .
10th the members of St. Wll July 10, with 12 mem- Hello out there again, dear
'lam's Parish honored Fr. Keystone Rotary bers planning and creating friends and neighbors, this Is

Joseph Fltzglbbon C. S. Sp., Hears Talk OnJohnsManville attractive articles for sale. your rolling reporter, slowly
with) a repection at the church It was decided! that the la- rolling, with the news. Muchto
MARRIAGEANDStarring i ir !ball. ilow.IAAAAAAAAaAAAAAAaaa.. dies would meet every Wed- our surprise we had a 1. Clay County is not dry. There i is no such thing as a dry county.

r Fr. Fltzglbbon was a mis By Joyce nsday morning at 10 o'clockvlth rather nice weekend, especially Liquor is sold and used here just as it is sold and used elsewhere.
ionary of The Holy Ghost Tony Baker production supervisor .. \ a sandwich lunch at on Sunday. I guess that's
Fathers In Nigeria, Africa, for the Johns-Man- I noon for the balance of July why I'm slowly rolling this
'Dean Martin before coming to Starke and ville pipe plant at Green Duplicate Bridge and all of August morning [Monday] AS if Just 2. You will not vote July 23 for the sale of liquor.) Neither will
Keystone:> Heights to assist Fr Cove Springs! spoke at the Winners of the Duplicate On July 6 the marriage ol being Monday wasn't enough. you vote against its sale. You cannot vote for or against the sale
(Sun., Mon., Toe Bridge Club for the laU tw
"Coward!:! Kirby. regular meeting of the Key- Miss Marie Cantrell and Roger My uncle and aunt, Roy and of liquor. YOU WILL SIMPLY VOTE ON HOW IT WILL HE SOLI
:21, Z2, 2S weeks were: [July 2nd! Mrs
July He has now ben recalled atone Heights Rotary Club last Allen Pangborn was performedby Tennle Crenshaw and childrenof ILLEGALLY OR LEGALLY.
J. B. Coleman andi Miss
'o Blafray Est Nigeria Friday. Or. Albert C. Holt pastor ) Gainesville were Sunday
The chaIrman for the Hlllyer, 1st place; Mrs. Roland! emeritus of the church. visitors. We bit
re- The speaker said that the spent a good
PriS&fSIM >er>tlon were Mrs. Harold Oreen Cove plant employs approximately 2nd Bryan Mrs.and B.Mrs.A. F. Allen T. Hogue and,, Gary Cooper, who Is recuperating of the day swimming and :3. Under the present system of prohibition (the world's greatest

Button, and Mrs. Leo LeBlanc, 150 people with, Mrs.: J. W. Poster, 3rd; Mrs. In Japan, expresses messing around In the water farce) Clay County gets the empty bottles and near-by wet counties
an annual payroU exceeding Paley Boyd and Mrs. John thanks to everyone for the and, that can really get to get the revenue from the liquor used in our county.
[Continued On Next Page) $800,000. Supplies purchasedand cards and letters he has re- you. So that's why I'm aksking
Strawn, and Mrs R. P Good-
, used ceived. youu to axcuse anyee mlstooks
outside services by
I Did you hear 1 SCHEDULEOF the plant exceed 14 million Ice for and 4th. Mrs.Those K. B.for Oosj July, tied 9 Mrs. Clifford:: V. 'Phillips, of. I maak. 4. Where liquor is sold) legally there is less liquor law violation.
Baker said.Tiie Swan Lake, is convalescing at My buddy Otis Melton; his There is less crime less while less
f the one about I SERVICES annually. were: Miss Iva Hlllyer and drinking: driving, moonshininpr,
Tho Traveling I IWed. *, Green Cove plant start- Mrs. Mary Cook. 1st plare; her in Alachua home after General major Hospital surgery parents Lonnie and Norman less bootlegging, less drinking by minors and less all other evils
Saleslady IJ PARKof ed' production In January Mrs. Roland Bryan ant Mrs We regret to learn of the sister Melton and of Hampton family Joyce; and and caused from the mis-use of beverage alcohol.
1966, and all the plant employees Mrs.
F. T. Hogue. 2nd; day automobile: accident of Mrs.Esther :
the Clarence Hagen and two boys
except the plant L'vingston'! and Mrs. Ray I
and, manager of ser- Hol- Krueger, who was : of St. Augustine just returned 5. Where prohibition prevails there is less respect for the law.
PALMSBUNDAYS manager ; Starnes. 3rd; Mrs. R. P.
., Thun-fnly 24, 26RhIiIVUL/ traveling with her son and ,
from a two-week vacation.
vices?. were hired and trained 'lis and Mrs. John Shawn the Prohibition breeds crime. Prohibition creates disrespect for all laws.It .
family Roger Montgomery They traveled through 13
locally from Oreen Cove
4th. of Jacksonville to Chicago states, and visited relatives In encourages corruption.
11 :110> A.M.-7r30 PJM. Springs and surrounding Boy Scinita 111. They had an accidentIn several of them.
towns. Baker Thirteen Boy Scouts returned -
,but, escaped with
THURSDAYS week's Georgia 'Miss Cindy Hamilton of 6. Clay County is listed as depressed county economically. Most
The speaker was Introduced Saturday from a minor cuts and ,bruises. Mrs. with a
Gainesville us
9f DWlJlS : 7SO P.M.I'UNDAMKNTAL. by Roy Watkins camping at the Baden Powell Xrueger was able to continueto from last Tuesday stayed till Friday of the other counties in the state are progressive and prosperous.

-y ftviMMd. .miu I : Scout Reservation near Mel- ; the home of her daughter She returned hoine when, we They are because they faced reality. Clip' Copnlyalbptore) | : to offer
; 7f lEctuucHiwr/uwra/ ).umaraWith BIB E TEACHING TFISH FRY CONCLUDES rcse.U.JBQS'. at Western Springs Ill.. She went to visit hefljtfgfcartdpimentet in the way of creating prosperity than&irJnhy of the counties') that
T MI A TN SWIM PKOGRAJVI FRIDAY' .... : ' ( All Q,n Icca!! Held in The. I nected with camping out, the
July 19, according to Mrs.
and OF IIYPOCKISY for control.
:1 The Keystone Heights Rotary son; Cindy's mother Fay. by voting legal
Clint EantwoM d :i I New BillIe Center will second boys worked on their merit Frank Bleha of White Feather who has been sick for several
Club stage its bades. I
-- Court, where Mrs. Krueger. weeks. My grandparents Hu-
l"h fry Friday night, July Wednesday:! night was visiting resides. bert and Palma Chitty of 7. Within the last four years, five counties in the state have done

I 19, at Keystone Beach from night, when the parentsgot Mrs. Nettle Smith !Is visitingat Starke, came down Friday away with so-called prohibition by voting for legal sales. Record

Register Now For Fall Term 5:30: to 7:30: p. m. It will be what an the opportunity boys have to been observe doing her former home In Clifton\ night ant:!: brought their baby, show that in each of these!; counties progress began to grow. fluidness -

held In conjunction with the Forge, Va. Mlschelle, to stay with us increased. New industries located there. New businesses sprangup.

Awards Night program: for Boys from Troop 109 Included Pat Wrinkle, Dottie Harden- while they're on vacation. Motels and tourist attractions sprang up like mushrooms. Revenue -
GADARA COUNTRY DAY ergh> and Leslie Beam have Mrs. James Robbins was In
those participating in the Tom Whltton Billy Schoe'Continued registered for the fall semes- Jacksonville, shopping with I to the county and the cities increased. The need for new taxes

SCHOOL KINDERGARTEN I club's 17th Annual Summer On Next Pagel] ter at Mintreat College Mon- her son Billy, and her daugh ceased to exist. Law enforcement Ima.'roved.

Swim program. treat N. C.Marshall. ter. Judy. Billy and Jimmy accompanied

LIMITED ENROLLMENT More than 200 youngstersand ADDING MACHINES Manuat -I Ream, son of Mr. their parents home 8. The citizens: of Clay County are as intelligent as the citizens in
an.?'> Mis. William Beam Jr., a
adults have been enrolled for the weekend Sunday they
or electric. For sale ot counties sale of alcoholic have
other Florida" where legal beverages
spring grad"ate from Mon- sister
in the program which con visited Mrs. Robbins'
For Children 3 To 5 Years Of Age cludes Friday. The fish fries rent. Add. subtract credit Telefraph. bal treat. Is now Pvt. James Mar- and family Mr. and Mrs. been voted in. They are entitled to prosperity the same as:. citizen
Bradford County -
enable Rotary Club to finance -. shall Beam, Platoon 395, Co. Richard Poland on Hall Lake, in other counties.
Call Mrs. Heskett 473-4974 this activity. II., 3rd Recruit Bn., Marine Mr and Mrs. James Faulk
I Corps Recruit Depot, Parris of
ner and children Macon
FILING CABINETS Typewriter J.?'a"'I. q r -) "OS. Marine regulations 3a, Mr. and Mrs. X. M 9. Where prohibition exists local merchants lose in trade. Local
Stands, Denlu. Chain, / forbid! a recruit from Smith and family of Starke. citizens going to counties where whiskey, can be bought buy other

CITIZENS OF CLAY CO. Telegraph.Safes. Bradford Count havlni any outside communi- and Mrs. Tachla McOrlff of I commodities, such as! clothes, hardware, automobile tires appliance!
II cat'-ns fir the first eight Jacksonville were weekend and so forth. Their conscience won't let them make a trip out of the

VOTE DRY IGNS.. all kind Metal OTrardbonrd weeks, so Jettefrom friends guests of Mrs H. T. Smith. county just to purchase liquor. They spend dollars for other items
Thi Telegraph. will be an1'reclated.Marsha1l's Paulette and Louise Strand- that should be bought in Clay County. .
I grandmother, berg of Jacksonville are spending "
BECAUSE: --..--.-- Mrs Martha Beam had a the week with Mrs. Jo .
"The Bible. says, "Woe unto him that giveth his neigh- farewell dinner party for him : Strandberg again, while their There Is much more that could be said In favor of legal controlof

bor drink." KEYSTONEHEIGHTS on) Saturday evening, July 6. house Is being painted, and alcoholic beverages. But we feel that we have given you enough

facts to assist in making decision how to vote in the ':
Tcontlnued On Next Page! | [Continued On Next Page J you your on '
VOTE DRY Because This Is a Moral l Issue.' A Vote for July 23: election. We DO NOT ask you to change your mind on how ..
feel about the of alcoholic beverages. That is personal :
use your
Liquor Is a Vote for All the Sin and Crime That Liquor right.

Spawns.VOTE I STOP .,

DRY BECAUSE: No industry can operate successfully with drunken DIRECTORY

employees.! Not even a barroom will employ a I' STEAMINGAND OF; THIS COMMODITY. Vote against prohibition which causes!'! so
drinker. I
heavy liRA"TV SHOP much evil wherever it exists!
VOTE DRY BECAUSE: Any sensible employer will seek to locate his Industry I SEE
where there is the least invitation to drunk- KEYSTONFBEAUTY

enness for his employees.! I SHOP ;: US ABOUT I Vote for Legal Control on July 23

VfflTK DRY BECAUSE: We want nice eating places and motels: not dive in I FAith "Johnton Own** ,
Personal it Creative Hair StylI )- A NEW
our county.
I ng Every Form of Beauty 4

VOTE DRY BECAUSE: You can not tell your children not to drink when I Culture Tue .-8at. 9-5; closed CAR LOAN ,

they know you voted for liquor. QUESTION NO. 1 ''n

VOTE DRY BECAUSE: Liquor Is the principle single cause of highway ac- V1TRSERY ,a y cp FOR Sllln9 Intoxicating Liquors, >> X]8 V @} .
cidents. wrecked homes, unemployment and crime. O.C. Carries Nursery y Wins of BurS.IUng

An increase of liquor consumption in our county ,i Hwy.100. Florahome 659-2185:

would increase, not decrease, law enforcement and urs.ry' Stuck Thouuastdif '
Intoxicating Liquors, >> ) 4'
crime. Plants A Fruit Tress ti AGAINST .
I choose from Shade Trees, Evergreen Wints or B .rQUESTION
VOTE DRY BECAUSE: The real issue Is Do you want more or less liquor & Landscape Plants In

drunkenness, poverty, and crime in our county. containers. :
Camellias 4 Azaleas t \
VOTE DRV BECAUSE: None but the worse elements of our population Let U. Do Your Landscaping
would benefit by legal liquor sales All others ,
would lose.

VOTE DRY" BECAUSE: It and Is be time counted.If for morally. upright people to stand up I, Hanks Used. Cars FOR Sales l by the Package and Drink >>_) I; X>> a


You Vote for Liquor and Some Drunk Rapes Your Daughter I BUYT M TRADE I Why put up with a car you can't depend on? Got '6 \&

Or Wrecks our Car Or Kills Some Member of Your Rt.SELL I Dos-BOairy. I a new car now and enjoy reliable, safe driving. To FOR Sala' by "*. Package Only >>_) .j. ,' 1
I finance your car, see us for a low-cost, easytorepay -
100 8 Mile S. stacks I
Family Don't Complain -- FOR IT.
Auto Loan. Our loan experts are ready to serve \

you, with speed, in confidence.KEYSTONE ,
For Your Children's Sake For Right ousness ,IrONr.RF.TR; PRODUCTSQVSIST *



VOTE DRYFred I Edward' Building F.DJ.C. Keyatom Heighto, Fla.I I ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
I ww.a
Supply Inc. "*Y.ur Friendly Baak. la Your FrIsnd1J);! INC.
S. Dodd Building Contractor, K eystone! Heights. This advertisement is I VV. BURCH STUMP, Chairman

placed in behalf of-the Christian People' of Clay County. TZ8 GAINESVILLE 8. Ml.-S7J-4M4:, FLA. I I Community." ,I IJ II I

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Section!! Z Page Two ___ ___ naAn"tnnIrNTY Tv.'.ralt': \rn. NTnRfP.': mr.onin/. ,e.m.-- --?rKEYSTONE --
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Ronl Cooper.Mr. are not paid. It would be a them. spent last week In Huntsvll'e! weeks In Monroe N. C. with I He'd lie down on the table ,I .

and Mrs. C. I* Tolford, big help.if everyone In the Mrs.\ : Ruby Cjt pack: will as- Ala. visiting Mr and Mis B. her sister and family, Mr and And place the cue between
former residents of Keystone community would do their aLvt.your reporter in gathering E. Roork and family. Mr. andMrs Mrs. Jerry Gullcdge. Mr. Rape his toes. ,

recently visitetf::, their former share. news of. the busy community Frank Nicosia tot Brock- went up last week to get her Now here comes the good 7 'h \
HI LITES: neighbors Mr. and Mrs. Char The Department sake. everyone of'.Hlllcrest. For a starter, she ton N Y. are spending a few and stayed four days. Sheryl part, ,

les Garber, of Nelson's Point. to pay $6 per year to( reports that her recent guests, days this week with the Thie- I Gulledge returned with her He gripped it under his nose. Learn the: ;)r 1 ft !I.
Mrs. C. H. Mannering of help 1 pay the expenses. !Payment 1 Mr. and Mrs. Antfrew:: Sharp mans and have been doinx aunt and uncle for a'visit. He loved to shoot: the hard

[lllori rech dtng Pagel) Cypress Ave. and .Mrs Charles can be made at Chiap- of Tltusvllle. spent last week some sightseeing Mrs. NicolaIs ; While the Rapes were In Mon shots '
: Donohoe co-hostesses, recently pints Gulf Station. Let's have end with her. Fred's sister and this Is her roe, Mr. an.;, Mrs. Dwight Gul- At them he was really good. secrets of :: !/ ;:1-
assisted'by 'thMcommittee" ] ,entertained friends at. abridge 100 per cent co-operatlln this Mr. and Mrs. Pete Cooperof first visit to l"lol'ld\" ledge spent their honeymoonin He could shoot as quick and i i>?*> n'I:
'Miw. Emery' Cooper;: Mr*. Lena party.' Prizes were won year Miami Beach were recent Saturday, nIght Pete and the Rapes' guest cottage. straight, i \
demons, Mrs. Clyde :Ashton, by> Mrs.,E. Birch and Mrs. D Methodist Church guests of Mrs. Cooper's Joyce) Barton had a seafood While here they visited Silver As any pool shark could.,:! beer cookery

and MM. ''El-nest Tomes. Sarda; of Gainesville, and The Christian Fellowship daughter Mrs. Loye Head, and supper that was out of this Springs, and other points of When 1 Ls; really got hot, .
On Sunday,-July :21.''there Mrs. a. Clark and Mr .,T.Bryantof Class will hold the regular family. Young Timothy Head wcrlr.. Tho e enjoying the delicious interest. Ole Jack could make the run. I Find out !v\rtb"\m'aJte\ J'

will be a bak<$' sale at'the .,Keystone .Heights. monthly meeting at the homeof returned to Miami with his oysters, crabs and Last weekend, \::-S Judy And his opponent was lucky. < r? '' '
cljufcb.1: : after 7:30: and 9 0'- Judge and Mrs..George cra- Mrs. O. E. Reed In Earlton grandmother Mrs. Cooper. fish were: Prest'n and Alga Cha'ker: of Falls Church, Va., If he even shot one. delicious $y*i tiM'dishes'$ !.

cfoctt" masses' 'This'will be go are entertaining their Thursday at 8 p. m. Flllmon and children of Tampa ntrl t Kingsley Lake, was visiting Then the big day came with beeru4 o as.Beer!' ,i

Sponsored' by the''Altar soc- daughter Mrs John McfCim Attendance at the MYP' : Jim and::( Carol Seplrh and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mil- The championship game was meat loaf, beer chicken,. It.l'...,
lei11} ;:'a" unit"of the Catholic of Mllpdtas. Calif and: ,two meetings has been picking ut>. INDIAN BEACH baby of Flushing, N. Y: Rob- ler and family. Saturday night, that night. beer sausages and beer,, .;, 1
Council of'> St."William's."Jfylngo grandsons. Kirk and Brent Members who have drifted ert and Novice Ward and Judy and T C. attended the And when ole] Jack got going, '
1 I' } Is played every Friday McKlm. away because of lack of .Interest daughter, of Starke, Frank Lance at Keystone Beach. It really was a sight., cake. And then there ara l, : "I" ,1

Wnlngat the'parish hall. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley La are urged'' to return. anj-:! Alice Nicosia of Brockton. Sunday, the Millers and Judy First he hit the 1 ball such gourmet treats as .i: l:
[From Preceding Page] .
3 lay! begins promptly at 7:30: I Coste spent last week at.Or- Meetings are held Sunday MJ Y,: Fred and Corlne Thfe- were sight-seeing in the Ocala Then he kissed off the 9. Send In this rarebits and Carbonnades. .' ../
'Jack pbt awaits a lucky mond Beach where they were nights at 6:30.: Charles was down for the man of Jacksonville;., James National Forest. They took Then he sunk the rest of coupon for our ,. I
Wither.. The. hall I.s.air confrtkmed joined by Mr.and Mrs. Ray It la also gratifying to see weekend. Dot and Sam Butler and Crickett Chitty and son, JudY back to Kingsley Lake, them pamphlet 011 free. Flamandes.Beer :t r/r" '
and a pleasant place Becker Melrose'' and' Miss that Church, attendance haa and son, Charles Henry of Mike? and Earl Murray. Sun- on Monday. Monday night Just as if they were waitingin recipes with on boer.cook- cookery is as ..,..
ib"&a6irehd'a i tew4 hours, Elizabeth: Morris of Fort Lauderdale also picked up. Ormond Beach, were also day quests of the Bartons in- I Mrs. Ruby Dyal was a guest line. traditional as yesterday t ,.,.. a ": "
LTIHIARYNKWS:' ,,I '. J. PERSONALSMrs. Charles cluled: the Preston Flllmoni' Finally he won the match,
weekend guests. Henry for Jack's birthday dinner. as modern as tomorrow. 4,;, .: ,
Mrs. Lawrence, our librarian I. Sirmons ''of'' Lake stayed until Tuesday, when and Mrs. Alene Moore of Thursday, the Millers were His opponent just had 21.
real flavor treat: '
reports that 40 children City spent the weekend with (Mrs. .Strandberg, Louise and Tampa; Robert Ward. Mr?. afternoon and supper guests of And Jubllent Jack was happy, Beer adds a .. .
have signedl up for. "Tourna- Rev. and Mrs. Thomas G yer. Paulette took him home and Calvin Ward and Cheryl Mr. and Mrs. John Chalker BUT his success had just begun .
mnt'tof Books,'* a summer! Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sapp attended a band concert In Ward of Starke, and Mrs Mae and children anl, his motheron I' L I ..

reading program.A spent Sunday afternoon in which he performed.Mr. Watterson ands,:! two daughters, Kingsley Lake. Sunday. Jack went on to the big-time . . . . . .. .. .. . ... .. .. i
display of shields,' made Jacksonville with WlVbur's and, Mrs. Dolph Reddish of Starke. Barbara Saunders ant Lewis He was really a master of the :. '. ; ,..
by'the: children.'"will 'fce'exhibited [ From Preceedng Page ] cousins, Mr. and Mrs. John and children of Starke, are Mr. and Mrs. James Kln- Smith of Gainesville; Mr. and game. : I'm Interested In recipes for evoking with *W. Sand r, m I"my.' :,. .",

( at the library on 'August neman, Eddie Sapp} Benny Sapp.Wendy .spending this week with her chen and sons, Jimmy and, Mrs. Mac Shea and son of His name will always be free pamphlet- t':,:'::i.
21StWlien" Cx> Paul Morris, Jim Martin, and Ricky Harse of parents' Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Larry and Mr. and Mrs M J. Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs.' famous, '.--:-::.
visiting the library I Chris, Courtney, Rudy Damp- Long Island, N. Y. are visiting Carpenter.Mrs. I Johns have returned home to' Arnold Middleton of Fort My For he is now in the Pool's Name_:'__ M, i. I"".. .-'i
netlce the clever display of Hall of Fame.RUBBER .
their grandparents, Mr. and Kathleen McInnes of .
Knights and Dragons made by lier, Mike Mills, Rick Wheeler Jacksonville after spendingtwo ers, visited the Millers. Street t"" ,t'
Afro, '' Curt Courtney, and Donald' Mrs. George Hars Ocala spent Thursday to Monday weeks vacationing at their Well well, well, we have .
Lawrence. '
'I Mrs. Effie Bass spent last with and fam- to Wit
""tHave Martin. her sister lake homes. come to the end:!' of another STAMPS ndl. City ,
you called for your'I week In Jacksonville with her Mr. and Mrs. L. W. ;". ':il
new"ttype library card?, If you Several of their eponsors lly. "Pap" Mrs. Linnle Norwood of Miami week at our lovely Indian Pads.- Bradford County Tele-, ::7p:1:
ate: 'atrcaly member thelibrary managed to spend a night"or son.Mr. Norsworthy. Is visiting her brother Beach. Now here's Leein. I graph. Ph 961-6:105.: I IEZLRASE Slate :
a and Mrs. D. Munger of Guests at Griffin's :;
i Lodge and slsterln-law Mr. and Mrs. LEEON'S CORNER
included .
two with the boys/ They :: t
your enrd'Is ready. I Art Wheeler, Scout- Fort '''Lauderdale spent the are Mrs. Ruth Kirkland and T. L. Norwood for a few days. Pool's Hall of Fame" UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
HERE. .AND THERE master; Clause Martin, Assistant weekend with Mr. and Mrs. 'family; Mr.and Mrs. Qualrfat( Peggy Voyles and:!: Lewis Let me tell the story > TYPEWRITE p.o. BOX 273 WINTER PARK FLORIDA 32789 ..-f
"Bfflwurd Gardner; son of Mr. PAPtK. Mlireo Paper,
Richard Moore. and family; Mr. and:%! Mrs. George of Palatka, Sat- ., '
and< Mrs. Quincy Gardner of I Scoutmaster; Al Schoene- were About a guy named Jack. Fpper. Notebook FIHJW.!i it'radfor1 .: ?:
East Lakewood Drive, enjoyed 'man; head committeeman, and There will be a story book Charles Fleming and family urday guests of her parents, Who became an expert at : Coufy Telegraph. I j . . . . . .. ... .. ...... ... .. .
hour at the Melrose Public
all of Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Voyles. Shooting while his II
a1!' Byron Courtney. pool on I ,,'
visit from'bta good friends, I i ;.1 11if
Library starting August 7 af Mr. 'and Mrs. Fred Thleman
For Geyers Mrs. David Rape spent two back. .
Reception .
Piddle Hinkle from Pletou- 10 m, and will continue ," :S.rft; .I i;
Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Gay _.' .. "
'Paipel, Taiwan, Republic of each Wednesday for four. -
China, formerly known as er will be special guests at a weeks. ..I' 'Ida!

Formosa. Eddie' father E. H. reception given in their honor Those who are Interested LYKES '.4:
Hinkle, and family hove'"been by members of the United
Program ,
in the Arts and Crafts ; : .,
living in that area for a Methodist Church.
at theParish House are
{ !
Mr. Hlnkle'is associated with The !reception will be In the Invited to observe the students ."."SH. !:

United' Nattons. Fellowship Hall of the United at the final session, which BEEP "." I:

Mlss Beth Jackson recentlywas Methodist Church on Sunday will beheld.Wednesday, July
hostess .at a ..beach party. July 21, from 3 till 3 p. m. 24. They are 'ivlted-to come '
Special guests were the Everyone In the communityIs between 3 and 3:30:' p m. : A J : .
Topics: ," a. group whose members invited to attend and be- STEW A
are Steve Perez Chad' come better acquaitend with i ___ .'::i,.,

Taylor, Stuart Covington andJftjold the Oeyers. NOTEs I .
EspO ttn.: Also attend- Fire DepartmentThe :: ..:
ing the party were Michael Melrose Volunteer Fire SUPERMARKETS
O'Brien Cindy Scales, Kendall Department has launched Its :
err i ih."r i iy
and Valerie' Turner Sheryl yearly delve' for contributions. I From Preceding Page] ::

Thrift, Annie Cardenas and I Although there is no intentionof __ C ......... :
The family is proud that he 39 ... '
nitre and nephew} ROSS. and. letting'homes" burn. if dues. placed second in the Marine I F.n 'au urUIDH''(11 NnrrAUNrt/rsrrD"'GOOD JUl'IHUISU'IIIN lOIN tHIU .'-...\../.....! .. {. ,

We are sorry to hear about SPARKY HARDWOOD "I : :d-: _;

JACKSONVILLE Mrs. Olive Stevens' accident. YOUR CHOICE! LlMIT.tcD"1I WITH 5.0005MOCI50050151A
She was working in the yard CHARCOAL -fil

and Your eye.a pine reporter needle erred penetratedone In the BRIQUETS : COFFEE SALE! ':';;;;

Business Directory correct name of Mrs. Bessie
$ Rae Bowen'S "brotherY.' "tt N.' CHASE ANDSANBORN .t: "l '1.' ,../'\ '!')"
should be Foster Howell, who C a
20 Ib --. cFOOD FAIR :"'!" 1';:
the of her Ibcan Ibu"
provided news c ..,;.. .
88. ..::J. '
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I.Auto cruise by tourist freighter. raa

The regular luncheon meet ............................ tCOFFEE.i. .s.\
II. ;
/' ing of the Fellowship Club SfKINOTIMIIROIIN a 53c .' r' uSc .
The .World's Finest in HONDA was held in the Masonic Hall GARDEN PEAS OR "

4 Wheel Drives on July 11 Another picnic MIXED VEGETABLES .. .' .''
Sold and Serviced by type luncheon will be held on d ,.
".,. Roberta' Chevrolet MONTESAMOTORS August 8 at Gold Head Branch PKG 10 ( itJ

.Green Cove Springs, 3033 A ('CYCLES:: CO. State Park. ....................e..,.... ... .. ..... ..................................................................U.H..........:.f.........- :. :: :::
,.Jacksonville aftt-9800 See Honda's Hot 350! Mrs. William Beam Sr., 2nd

Parrish Motors 4949 Phone. Blending 771-8244 Blvd. vice arrangements president was and$ in presidedat chargeof SAVE 10* UMIT-r DtTMGINT WITH S.OD OR MOIL ORNR l "":tI'

MOTORS A CYCLES the business meeting. It APPLE .:: ;

-SERVICE BALES! 4049 Banding Blvd. 771-8244 surprise was a summer was in store treat,for aa a mem-real SAUCE If DETERGENT :

ARTS bers. Mrs. Houston Driscoll'ssister .
Mrs. Nellie McOolrle, "
MUSIC who she had not seen'In 42 FYNE-TEX .:;
!-tways Good Used Cars years and her sister-in-law, FYNE TASTE <
nl_Laura !St.' Ph. 858-5B54 Mrs Carrie Pulfrey and 2/:25 ( GIANT'' BOX :49c :vry..:'

Paulus Music her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Dot :
Pulfrey, arrived by transatlantic ; WHITE, OR BLUE ''o..i.. /;'t
Band & Instruments plane from ..,j. .
American String 4. .t ,
for three weeks visit. n IIH "1'
England 1 .
"I t : ...01...'_i..;,. ,
M Hairstyling Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers This Fellowship Club .. .. ',h' .. ,\ 'rt; ,!
.> School Supplies--Instruction luncheon was a real treat for ..' :fl

4 Academy Roberts Recorder them as they do not have 15 1/:2oz I" T'4' discount health and .;"., ;"

2'-' W. Mom-op 335QgOiJ b Music IAbrary-EXPltrt anything like It in their coun- CANS FAD beauty aids .. \",.

Repair Department try. Mr. and Mrs. Drlscoll plan .,.,
'. ,r I
J f<*( Riverside'* 41. W. Monroe 855-8117 dally tours and trips around

Florida for their guests while HALLMARK BRAND PACQUINS
'ij Hairstyling 'I
7}' they are here. SLICED WHITEBREAD

.11. Acadei yit PIANOS The Roy Klncaldes, of Le- EARLY JUNE SILK-N-SATIN nc-O

2g5 p Park,,:8*."- 888;8637 Roy. Kan. were welcomed / LOTION Y
'-# Modern Sty "" back to their home on Smith PEAS, GREAT .

!.QuaHflcd Instructors' For Musical Advice Lake. NORTHERN BEANS 5.25o.IOTTLI.SAVU4' .,, H .
Accredited! .fiVA'Approved: I C. CARTER NICE President Ethel Weyman '' ; .
_'Day or NightELECTRIC Clears arrived home from a month's USDA S BABY LIMAS & ( ;,: .:
Visit in Pittsburgh Pa. and 25 ...
bav se NChlckering BLACKEYE PEAS 2Ooz -
MOTORS l will assume plans for the CHOICE ."..>.


Electric Co. I I and Other TOWN? EACH 1011 : ,' : :

Name Brand Pianos Yes, there la-and everyoneIs "fl' ,: 1
ELECtRIC MOTORS8cddServicedRepaired KDI ALL "SWINGER" real happy in the coming '". Mt SIY1 7111 191 SO ,. :,......

ORGANS of Dr. Edon Green and small ,.. .,.. r esK .... ;"1
Generator*-Starters taken _. 'IW Oj .. '
Koomvelt Mall 388-3519 daughter, who have up # .
temporary residence in the 1 FIRM alrl .
__f*044 Lmio 887-2K28 ,Of.. ," .. .:
I William Lee home on Brook Io .
MATERNITY WEAK SEWING CENTER lyn Lake. Already folks are 's'' : ',;Ii TOMATOES :....

talking about how pleased L

v H. & N. Oreen they are and, and his family welcome to the Dr \ .. / ./ ||$ CARTON OF6 25 c S T ."" I.

Announcement is also) made kt rtt f3 /" :
7f SEWING CENTER of new residents and business \ pal: PORKCHOPS t',

folks. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Lowery YELLOW GLOBEONIONS !
Console Model makes fancy de. GROUND
formerly of Palm Beach.
signs, stitches monogram,
have moved Into the formerSpenceThomas'
overcasts sews on buttons .
"JaoHsonvilleV. ] Moat Complete' make button holes & blind home on East BEEF 4
No Lakeview Drive. They are the _
Shop for Motber-to-Be attachments .
Demon tratol'1l 948 $8 new owners and operators of 10e
JUDY'SMA'TERNALANE the Dairy Dasher on Highway r 1B
Call Jax 771-1850: ;;
;710. .
21. They have two small sons. .
lbs ...
Dr. John Saw professor of .
I '
lqo'l Park St. 855-B015 statistics at the of

MOTORCYCLES WESTERPTSTORELITTLE- ." Florida, and University a professor!' "$ EB A.R4 612KRP REAL ALE SAUCE J SWEET LUSCIOUS RIPE ... HkbH';""1

friend:: of his are newcomersand -ft'9 ***.

TriumphOf I DUDE Lindsay residing Walker In home the on former W R .0 LOAF CAKE s u. ,!:,...39 GEORGIA PEACHES..................21'129*

Lakeview Drive.

Jacksonviller Western Store Mr. and Mr*!!. Stanley La-
r \ TRIUMPH / Coste spent several days at .i'
.', 1: ':4': "* :Gee to 650co: Western Clothing Leather Ormond Beach. They were
Mulf '- Fart's --' Service :goods,. Saddle and Trailers Joined there by friends from ,,;. flOASt'M' ]"0
Used Motorcycle In Stock Charles & Sharon Petty Fort Lauderdale. Mr. and Mrs.
ma rniuips iiwy U. s. i a ...
S. Edgewood 884-1210 Ray Becker of Melrose joined
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STARKE. :, FLORIDA TIIUR: !;DAV. JULY 1B. 1968 Section! 2 _Pap Three

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Dear Editor:

HQMMRGtE As a 19-year-old Christian .

Kirk's. Latest Switcheroo daughter of Christian. parents :

tv/. student and resident of '
nurse 'I."
,', Those who helped elect Claude No wonder they are incensed at GF Clay County, I am shocked at .

.Kirk as Governor, ,of Florida on the their erstwhile darling of the con '!'Nt''u T'RY.a,, a the lies that some of the people ( : toforautio ferric! ---- .- -

'rounds that he was a conservative servatives. of Clay County are send The road to alcoh.Ilsm; often do all It can 'to. prevent eic0":

'f must be .dfsJbusioned." and Among the most outspoken of ing out through the mail con-I has Its beginning In the holism through its far-reach:
cerning the sale of liquor. '
i p ;zled-to say'nothing of embar- the GOP critics is Mike Thompson.Kirk's am shocked that parents are living rooms or "dens"' of ing educational program |
American homes where teenagers Literature on all phases r
i nfcssed-r-by his endorsement and former liaison man in \ even considering the sale of
t'A watch high-pressure TV alcoholism may be, ha* free! of"'
I campaigning behalf of who said the
active on Washington, Governor ( s3 liquor becoming legal.
writingFARP'S !
advertising read colorful
4 ( and charge by merely
I liberal Governor Nelson Rockefeller has. "begun to destroy the 4.piAt The main push on the Issue '
magazine; ads, both of which Information Services,
of New York. foundation of \ seems to( be. "Oh need It
t a two-party systemin we '
seek to make young people Box 1147, ,Avon Park, Fla.::
|Kirk's latest escapade in the poll Florida" for our economics." I have feel they can't appear suave 33825.. :'

i icEfield! demonstrates ,once He charged that Kirk has sur- never heard a more absurd and sophisticated unless they

I a; :ain that he is an, opportunisto rounded himself with "ultra liberals statement. It really Is saying: swill down liquor and:or beer. r? .w. ........ .

|, the Nth degree, ready to sacrifice earpetbagging' public rela- We don't care about the Fact of the matter Is, however
wrecked lives wrecked homes
principles friendships party tions hucksters, and the clique of and vnjis mending an eternityIn well-adjusted teenagersand Bavless HiwavBy \ "

slid anything else to advance him- selfish and arrogant firebrands." hell -all we need Is ocono.Uu. their adult counterparts

s,lf on the national political Says Mr. Thompson of Governor .... Where in the world are an alcohol well usually do not need Mr. O. 1C. Crosby'a..AUUUAAIuvAA&A4' j
In form in orderto
front.. Kirk: ''!He- has embarrassed those : T t ht 'i'Ka' ii.'ACE the values of you. as parents get what any they are looking
j Backed by the millions in Rocke- Democrats who helped elect him and voters of our county? for out of life.Psychiatrists. n

,feller's campaign treasury. Kirk to office,in 1966. He has ignoredthe 0'r. A recent circular that came regard alcohol- Our '

started a national speaking cam, pleas of associates to settle to the voters from "Clay Com- lam as a "fire escape" to permit by community the death,was of C saddened uth.. .
'r.I4 'r. -
paign Alabama\ this week, car- down. He has bullied and clownedhis mittee for Economic Development people! temporarily: to flee en Padgett
early Saturday
rying on his feud against the third way through crisis! after crisis ( I statement, Inc."There started is with no moral the from burning inner desires. morning at the home of his?.,

party candidacy of George Wal- -many of which were of his own issue." Has it ever crossed Thus an awkward highachooler'a patents Mr. and Mrs:' Lloyd

and trying to activate a making. He has become neither a 5; r1G your mind) that about 90 per Inability to carryon Padgett. FUneral services were,,

"praf Rocky" ground swell whichhe liberal nor a conservative, but i'r'is' cent of all the men In Ralford comfortably at a party-or held in Bayless Hlway Baptist.

,hopes might put him in as the rather an opportunist of the first r State Prison are there becauseof another to win timid friends teen-ager's makes failure Church Monday afternoon. We.,
liberal New Yorker's vice magnitude. +3* extend sincere sympathy to
presi- Idquor? I've seen young peo- him feel conspicuous, or a- .
dential running mate. "Now, after a mere 18 monthsin ple my age already become shamed. This may cause himto the family.

Kirk' plans to make the tour in his only public office, Kirk has ruined with liquor doing turn to beer or liquor so he Mr. and Mrs Randolph ,
of Maxville and Mr
grand; style. He'll use., bigger jet demonstrated that he will go to A." i ww things under the Influence of can fit in with the herd and Crosby and, *<<
Carolyn Crosby son Af
than the extremes to abandoning t liquor that they would never boldly "act like Actually .
souped up job under lease any -even them- a man. Gainesville were visiting the
from North American Rockwell his executive responsibility do otherwise scarring of course this youngster -
of their C. C. Crosbys Tuesday; after-':_
selves for the rest
and, television networks will be ...".-to grab the brass 'ring of national lives-and you want to havea !Is merely acting the part noon. ,H

used in every state to get the Kirk power. wet county! of the sheep.Humiliation. ,Mrs., Bertie Williams of

message across in prime time. The "So' to preserve the stability of e M4IENRy A statment also written Ina fears often, shame and the Inner Jacksonville spent iron,

Rockfeller treasury is picking-up the State of Florida and to preserve circular that came with the into taking goad cowardly Thursday to Sunday with th..
all the tabs healthy two fty above mentioned there will be person a C. C.j Crosbys. She is now visIting ,
naturally.Kirk our new, party aw-' / GObw 111 road of flight Instead of -
the opportunist flew down system, I call on Kirk to becomea "less crime, less drunken driv- bravely facing up to ,whatever Mr. and Mrs. Otis Craw-..

from Baltimore last week with the full-time Governor and to fire The $64FARMER'S Question ing by minors." I want to problem besets him. ford in Gainesville.
Speedy Crosby of Oaines-,,
liberal Mr. Rockefeller and announced those aides who daily are deceiv- challenge that statement. Itwouldn.t Lack of social ,,or athletic villa, Is spending part of, thisweekv -

at a joint press confer ing. him and the public," Thompson to even realize take that a state first skills or dread of being drafted with, his grandparents,,

ence that he was'renouncing his concluded.As grader into the Army may coerce ,
truthas Mr. and Mrs. O. E.' Crosby,
ment Is as far from the
I DIARYwhale the timid into
designation as Florida's favorite pointed out by The Florida it be. teen-ager and-Mrs. 'J.- 1.; Johns
son candidate, giving his blessing Times-Union, the Rockefeller en- We've ,been having great They say that industry and vainly trying to get courage Mrs. Mildred; Latham;' who.> .,
of bottle beer
I -for what it is worth-to Rockefeller's dorsement is especially!'! surprisingsince (weather lately-that la, for tho which brings forth a calf fine motels: will not come to a out Older a married or can.try spent the last month with haw,

I candidacy.The Kirk broke into politics as makers of windshield wipers. i that Is 16-feet long and weigh county that' is dry. The Holiday to hide from their men terror may of mother,'' Mrs. Annie :Sounder "

most general reaction toKirk's chairman 1960 of the Florida Had to replace one on Sam's three-quarters of a ton! With Inn and numerous Indus- cuddling their and l her broth -In-law and:.
little Red Wagon and if this that in mind Art .Schultz and to sister! Mr. and ,Mrs. Wallace
tries have recently

endorsement of Democrats for Re- come
Rocky was Nixon-Lodge stein of beer instead of their *
rain; keeps up, the other one members of the Bradford-Un Bradford County our neighboring Solano returned Sunday tq
anger-as might be expectedonthe publican ticket.It will have rubbed itself thin and ion county cattlemen have wives her home in Philadelphia. ....
part of Florida Republican just goes to show that thereis to hoot dry county. To effect a permanent
have to 'be replaced And If the something at. statement Is that a Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crews
leaders. It is generally recognizedthat i nothing Kirk won't do in the rainy keep up at their present disadvantage Another under a dry "cure" for alcoholism it is and l children were visiting-In,.:

the New York governor lead- name of political expediency ''and pace 'Sam will have to put water How about the good news county la. "the loss of personal necessary to put out tlint' Jacksonville last Saturday

er of the most liberal ,wing of ,the to further his own ambitions. wings on ,his new Puddle that Bradford County has been freedom." To see the slave burning inner terror or shame.Fll' afternoon., ,
'once the fire Is
party is poison to most Florida Will he head the message of Jumper declared free of hog cholera! that liquor makes of people the victim doesn't quenched need any, Mrs, Claude Moore of.Tampa

GOP voters. His name at the head Thompson and other Florida GOP e We well remember the, times the loss of personal Integrityand more "fire !I" spent the weekend:!! with
Sam escape '
'of the Dally showers pose problemsfor By McGarveyclear when we had our hogs "doubletreated" freedom! undera Mrs. W. C.: Ward and'Mra..
national ticket, they feel, leaders ? the loss of : In other words, the basic .
Nelson "
the tobacco iby Green
would swell Florida's Wallace vote With the roar of the jet in his farmers, who McClane and wet county should make us cause of the alcoholism must Inl'l! Kelly.

stifficienty to guarantee the Demo- ears the jingle of Rockefeller dollars are busy now "barring" their sunny days during the more lately by stop abruptly and seriouslylook be found before the victim'cnn Mrs. Louise,Ward: Mrs. .A lI-
crop for If the leave get wet cool or cold part of (the yeara George Hugglns and It Is welcome
at the real I+sue. No it Moore and
ene Mrs. Freddie
cratic national ticket the in the background and the be rehabilitated. Actually,
the curing process Is made happy arrangement not news -to stock farmers ?!

State seriously crippling chances vision of the vice presidency blind more difficult. Incidentally' reports shared. .toy other 'pILI'.i..O'. ,the that this precaution Is no longer fare Is not for economics people or better a better wel- there Is no ."cure" as such. ,Saturday Wattersonwere se -"e', in .Gainesville-r <...

for liberal ]legislative' and con ing his eyes, the answer' is "no." Indicate' that tho leaf country. necessary here. Now with It's whether want Once an Individual Is an 'al
county. we coholic, he can never drink Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones
gressional GOP ,candidates. growers have a good\ crop and proper observance of regulations -
liquor so easily obtained in our again if he is to maintain and daughter his.
that prices. will be high again Cattlemen like to brag about Bradford County can ba visited" '
county that young people sobriety, Thus the word "re- mother In Brooker last 'Sun-
I this year. the large size of cuhca' produced kept free of the disease which
iitait out life In this "wonderful '
habilitate is more fitting day;
by their herdi. But they often caused great louses to '
It Can't Come Too Soon However the rains and the have to take a back Heat whenit hog producers freedom of liquor. to describe the alcoholic' who Mr: anj Mrs. Edward Nor-,

clouds which produce them cornea to other species! of ,e Don't kid yourself about the has returned to sobriety. man. and Mr. and Mrs. Hcr-*

hold down the heat which otherwise mammals as we've just' read! Strawberry grower are already real motive behind voting for This is the job of Florida bert Norman and children .via
We are pleased to note that the catapulted .60 feet in the air be- !would be scorching with of a 1,500-pound "cnlf" The in production of "run- a wet county. I ask you to Alcoholic Rehabilitation Program ited relatives in Brooker, Sun

State Road Department has open- fore rolling over. the sun so high In the sky. Fortunately honor of producing a buoy' of neis" for next yellr's crop and think about us as young people with its 58-b-d in-pa- day afternoon. '
ed bids for the of the We've related grim details of and you as voters and let tlent hospital at Avon Park
resurfacing we. get mont of our that dze 'Ibelongs to the gray there In more than enough Mrs Fronle Moody of Lake
northbound lane of US 301 south some of the score or more other moisture around for the new the Lord direct your way of plus five out-patient clinics Butler spent the weekend

of Starke. serious wet-weather accidents that plants to root ''down and grow. voting locatrd at Miami. Tampa. Orlando with Mrs. ,.J, L. Johns. They

Resurfacing seems to us. the have occurred on US 301 between However grass and weeds also In closing a verse from the Jacksonville, and Pcn- attended the Crews reunion in
are thriving now, and keepinga l' Bible comes to my mind thatDa'idv sacola. Brooker Sunday. '
most satisfactory way to correct Starke and the Alachua County NEWS And NOTES
runner patch clean Is almost showed me: "Woe to Trained psysrhologlsts psychiatrists
the poor drainage that has created line during the past year. Mr. and Mrs.. R. J.. Crosby
endless job. hIm that gtveth his neighbor social workers
treacherous wet-weather We've also pleaded with the an were Sunday dinner guests of
such For Today' Homemakers S drink." You might think th's counselors and chaplains seekto
Mr. and Mrs. Oreen Bowersin
driving conditions.It State Road Department to do Last time we tried to rate. Is old fashioned, and not unto uncover what Is "bunging"

can't begin soon enough', something about it. By Martha Sue MrCain runers, we:had them planted in ( data, b'lt' I'm a young person each patient. When this is Jacksonville.:

however for even as plans are be- Results are on their way- County Extension a patch where there\ was a lot and i know that the word brought out into the open -

ing laid, this perilous section of thanks to the efforts of Jim Ward, of Bermuda grass. It was an of ('ky1 meets mv need, nnd rehabilitation and a return to( ADDING MACHINES: Mom

highway continues to produce tra- division engineer for the SRD at Home Economics/ Agent ,. uneven battle though as any- that It HrnHes, to today I've a normal life of sobriety Is gal or e""'.trlo. For rale at''

gedy. Lake (City. one who har> tried to clear out iroon 'u work and never has It often lust around the' corner. rent. Adf subtract; credit bal-

Most recent victim is Mrs. Tommy Mr. Ward has assigned top priority -- ------ that grass will know. It spreads failed. FARP's job is not only to I nee.- Bradford County.U.M

underground a& well as on the At>n.'B nil. utmost desire treat alcoholics but also toBy graph.
Making Good Decisions mv
Hamilton of Brooker-serious- to the resurfacing project, : factors dial limit or circumstances surface wound with
that will begin Your Job as a homemaker we up la that the people of America. --------- ---
and work that can't control.
ly injured last Wednesday morn- assures us you a lot of' grass and only a few ,
ing when her station wagon"acquaplaned" within the next few weeks. requires you to carry out decisions Your resources may be limited plants. specifically Clay County

off the rainclogged We hope you're right, Mr. so that you make or there may be other personally you.' will comp to
know the "perfect peace" that
northbound lane near the Ward. It can't start soon enough.Don't things happen rather than let !soals more Important to the Alice Is harvesting some tomatoes
them doesn't need liquor or any
happen. "Act. or be act family Resources within the
south city limits, hit a culvert and ed upon." as the saying goes. community as well HI within some from time ago plants In a she!bed ''f..tout we subs'lt.ut Christ Is all w-

Good choices don't often the family must be considered had for hibiscus.' \ The hibiscus need He's the answer VOTE

just happen' they usually In setting {tools and arriving are far more beautiful than the DRY on July 23.

Knock A Good Thing result from careful planningand at decisions which achieve tomato plant, but there Is no Sylvia Dodd
patient forethought. goals. So, your de-I lon may argument as to which taste Keystone Heights

The homemaker who has be more of a compromise be- better especially on bread and
Bradford residents began Mon- We all want to ride in safe auto muoh Information related to tween alternatives lather thana (butter with just the right "OOOH NEWS" TO REPRESENTED

day to experience the effects of mobiles. We also want' other drivers her job is better equipped to choice The most satisfying amount of seasoning! FRIDAY

Florida's new vehicle' safety inspection 'on the road to be doing the make things happen. Her decisions( a family arrives at The G"+pel folk mu'lcal."OOot ,

law. same thing for our own safety.We knowledge Includes: more than are likely to be tied: most With boating bathing and News." which was recently -

Some twenty per cent of all cars often don't think aboutmaintenance the work aspect of her Job closely to( their strongest water skiing at a peak now presented by the Youth
;' (procedures, materials sup values and beliefs. this Is a good time to observe Choir of the First Baptist
going through the inspection station until our automobile! plies and tools)I.
It also In-
Accept the responsibility for thn rules of water safety. Beat Church. will be p-e"-ented! '
r the first three days flunked stop running. Most any good me- cludes family members preferences your choice and all Its possible bolts In a car are a good Idea again Friday night at 7:30:: Lynn Hamilton ,of Southern Malta

the test-about fifteen'per' cent chanic will tell you its a wonderas goala and habits. consequences; then plan and but the wearing of a life preserver In the First Bapt'st' Church

because lights were not adjusted many cars as do pass the safety Decision making begins organize activities to carry out when out on the water as the closing service of the MATCH TRAILERTO boats based upon the total

;! properly and almost all the other check. when you recognize a problem the choice. You are more Is pot, ir-"e1y flrnort >Yes It Is youth-led revival medlnas. YOUR BOAT weight of your outfit and the

five per cent had brake trouble. Preventive maintenance is a about which something must likely t? do this If the cholre an rxtennlon+ of just plain old The public is cordially invitedto Planning to buy a new boat? net trailer capacity*,In determining -

Naturally the owners of some good practice. It can save moneyas be done or a situation that Is meant to strengthen/ an common senC8.pSl'ent attend. Have you given any thought the total weight of
inspection well lives. needs to be changed, Explorethe Important value in your fam to the trailer that will trans- your boat be sure to Include
failed as
that to
i, cars pass situation thoroughly. Can ily. port your new rig or will It the weight of the boat en- :
Bear that in mind and
miffed. remem-
became somewhat do be an afterthought to be
you really something aboutIt gins and any gear you planto
t But please let us point out- ber that what we expect of others, ? squeezed Into the remnantsof carry for camping or fishing -
knowledge and! found' useful.
new and using guidance
; these safety checkups can be a we should also expect of ourselves. List different solutions to : a budget largely consumed as well as smaller Items
technological Information( In and to help children
I discipline
Life is offering great new
r good thing for us all. We know Let's not knock a good thing, the problem. These may be by the purchase of a top like food and cold drink
rapidly Increasing: amounts
how important good brakes are even if it does cost us a little time limited or there may be bring much that : influences grow.Two of the most important challenges to all people at all quality boat engine and access coolers. The manufacturer

I and we've been blinded enough by and money. other goals more Importantto our day-to-day living. The Jobs held by any person age levels. If you would like rles? should lint the trailer capac

the lights! of cars we meet. the family. answers cannot be found in male! or female-are choosinga an opportunity to work on Yet an Inadequate trailer ity. Never exceed It.
can be just as disastrous to A good rule of thumb is'that
Think through these
other the past-and we connot see life partner and rearing common problems In a positive -
choices boating fun as a broken propeller It the weight of the boat engine
: What would be the
very far Into the future. children. "Should we not expect situation discover what
consequences: for examplethe or running out of gsa and gear you expect to
can valid Informationbe to put as much considered -
I Y 41 your county extension home According to Evlnrude News haul falls within 100
present problem be pounds
may a found
to help meet thesechallenges effort into( good performance -
p 104 The Bradford County Telegraph result of another Important ?" "From community here as in other areas economics program li discussing Service the Important thingto of the rated capacity of the
decision have / In the areas of par- consider when Detecting a trailer you select get the next
you already "
o resources, among whichare of living? No one is born
ESTABLISHED 1879 ent educat.on. human develop trailer is to match it to your larger size.Another.
made. ,Over a period of time.rnltnv those cffered bv the Florida with human ,relationship skills.
I : wM'twrawtt E. L. MATTHEWS, Editor and Publisher smaller decisions help Exen.lon Service." They are learned practiced ment and human relationships boat. A recent report by tho consideration in
By so doing will Boating Industry Associationon
selecting trailer
to solve the central problem, Exten.ion Home EconomicsIn evaluated and Improved. Often you a is a good
expose yourself to an obJective the results of brake and braking device. to
0 Florida's Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published Contlnoosly and put together determinethe Bradford County are Involved human resources are was- According
If41 look at your own sItua- hitch tests concludes "Boat the results of the Boating
Under The Same Masthead. success of the "big decis! with many areas of human ted because we fall to see
tion. Challenges will be trailers (lit properly matched( Industry
ion. In other words one cen- relatHnshlps Some top their importance In all else accepted report brakes are
tral choice may be so important ics currency being studied that we do. for action and your life to the boat] are about the effective In controlling panic

Second Class Matter at the Post Office and far-reaching that it and can be more stimulating and safest type on the highways stops even at speeds when
Published each Thursday, and ,entered a* exp'or by extension Put yourself in the picture.
enriched. because they the same without .
i at $Lk,k.. Florida under Act of March 3rd, 1879. may make other decisions necessary groups Include improving! Discover new information that carry hitches spin.So
load all the time and the
: as an outgrowth. ; when you are buying/
Sub crfptlo In.?.tra area: 1 year ".150); e months. $3.00 Make your choice. There family c-mmunlcatlons; the will aid you and your family load nearly always fits In the that new boat don't forget
'trade 1 ",00 6 month $3.75 changing roles of men and to live more satisfactorily and MIMEO STENCILS and Ink.
Outsld treat year, ; are same place just where it the importance of a quality
many ways family members -
I women the
: rplatlonshlp of effectively Find out what Duplicating machine and l "
was designed to fit. trailer.BRADFORD .
ti can share or contribute parent, chili and school: living other people,are thinking and supplies". Bradford County Trailers _
matched to .
.. to the decision. There may be with teen-agers being
feeling what
a have
facts they Telegraph
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SECTION -PAGE FOOTI ,"''I flAlU'Y11t1/.' cnvNTV!! 'rzx 1CUlAru: BTA.BK.. P'al11RIp f r THURSDAY..
may be picked up at the Pratt ,. and his' wife Dorothy are vacationing I JUZERASK/:: : -TYPEWRITEsa. .

,V.v+4wM, Is N.7 x i j j d I IM 'Y +./ a'e ..r Strttt.lUcraatlou Center.: 'held.i I In Miami meeting Beach.will beheld Paper.PAPER;,Notebook Mime PaDOr Filler;;H0nd. -
r riI A Doll Show will be The next ?
I MCIEATION: }{ : Kit: ral I : Monday, July 22, from 4 to 5. on Tuesday, July 23, at: Bradford, County Telegraph.TYPEWPJTERSs .
p. m: at the Pratt Street Center {i the recreation hall Everyone Manual of
Boys and. girls are asked welcome. Fair _Ieor- rent.s
I Electric.\ :
OAR1IEWAND:NOEGEL Oulf and Colonial Florist] to''have their dolls and stuff- -Emma? Morton" TreaO I Bradford. ,County.. Telegraph.. '
ed animals at the Recreation
HEAD; 'FDR'SHOtVliOWN.\ placed quite a game to. the; <
-Garden' ah j i Noegel's, each deUghi o.{the ppecltojs.) ; Oo-| Center by 3 o'clock Monday -
wlUi one lou 'In! the second. Ing into the game, these two, Prizes will be given for: Largest NEED READY CASH'
Doll, Smallest Doll. Prettiest1
haft of"play, are headed for teams were tied, for secpndplac : \
this week and"with each knowing]: Doll. Ugliest Doll Cutest ,
UMt.b-showdown' ; *
; etennlneolthe'' winner of that. a win" would'qualify: ] j. Baby' Doll Foreign Doll. Best ;: -
Rag' Doll Doll That Looks ; Come See Us!
the Men'. League second half. them for the right to repre-, ,
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EBth: team has one loss" and seht 'Starke.; along with Coniner ] 4 i Most Like pwner.,' Smallest Largest: '
,, Stuffed AhfmaT: '
the y..'wUI..T'pft: ..for: ? tlme@ in \the aMfr'flXitrlct, : play Y 4 Stuffed Animal,,' Ugliest Stuffed jam' IIr% We make loan' for'
this! week, with the season offs next week. Beggs scored a l''
; worthwhile1
Most Unusual ppr.
scheduled tq.closo out, Friday first, picking up 2 ir.:the sub- I any '
w I.Doll. Best Teenage Doll, Best; .
district play-offs next week. % '*
night. ,,
School-age Doll, ,];Prettiest ; lI "
:Results of 1 last week's gurn Beggs scored first, picking up Le
ea: 2: in the 2nd inning and 1 in Bride Doll. $25 to $600 : '

'July 9-No gel:7: Owen Joist the 3rd to take a 3-0 lead. *, 'aToo
'Brooker Colonial closed the at 3-2 DO YOU HAVE I. i.. ..
0; Garden 7. gap 1968 ,
In the 5th. made It 4-2 SENioR>' ..
.July I 10Garden 14, Owen Beggs <
2j: Trtest 10, Hampton 8. In their half of the 6th. but Danny McKinney, Eddie Blalock, Dwuyne Ilanlee, many payments\- ,
.July 11- Noegel 16. Hamp- Colonial came right back to Joey Thoniad, Jimmy Ilardenbrook. Blulork and CITIZENS. T to make?
tdn 1; Brooker 14, Trlest 1. tie It 4-alI In the bottom of pitched no-bitten--the''others were homo run hitter NEWS '
.July 13.:-Oarden'15, Hamp- the *th. In the final inning -Too many bills to:
.. ten 2; Brooker 9. Owen 3. Beggs came up with 6 big runs : s.pay! :;: :.
:Standings: Oardea'l'' ; Noe- to put the game away. r Due to the Inclement watth- '" -Too many \taxed I "
tflttrl" ; Owen 6-8; .Trlest 3-6; BANTAMS JUNIORS er, our picnic at the home of
Booker.S.-8;; Hampton 1.10.a8chedule EF OY OUTING I Lisa and Joe Hansen was can coming due? ,
for Thursday, July The Bantam Boys and. the .' celled. Instead.' we enjoyed a
If.....TrJest VA 0..en/.7:30: Oardon Jr Boys baseball players, about 1 bingo session at the' Recreation .1.
vs Noegel 9. 50 in number, enjoyed the y I. Hall Let Us Help With Your Money' .:; "1
;PfWiy, July 19-Brooker vs annual outing to Camp Bland-: 1I We were happy to. welcome Problem 1';
ijampton.,; 7:30: ; oegel I vs, ing last Saturday. Swimmingand back Mr. and Mrs. Donohue, A.
gar:]l'en' 9. hamburgers were the order i former New Yorkers, who are '
Saturday., July 20 Final of the day for fun and now making their home In ,TOWN FINANCE CO ,' ', ,
.between Garden and then trophy presentationswere ; :.Starke. ,i,'
!tit If needed: lib:. decide made to the following' ;; Our president., Joe Kerrigan, 226 N.; Temple II''
First place BPOE: Second I I o. .
QONNER REPEATS place. :Police Dept. 1 .rid nhtS', K. +,w b, .1" :;,.
CHAMPIONSHIP! Individual< awards went to I / ;+r 6ttq tit attraction"c J : .01. :' "
$f WOMEN'S LEAGUEIn the following: 'r't ,

games played last Friday, Hitting'a home run-Danny, Downtown '
Conner cinched the League ,McKlnney.' Brian Johns, De ..
CNiamplonshlp with a forfeit wayne Hardee, Jimmy Har- )
ifln,over Kentucky Fried denbrook.' PLAYGROUND HIGH POINT I 1 On The :ti
Qhlcken. Pitching- a no-hitter -Dan- It to K! Qlnny,1'atz, Denise. GlrlSY, Jimmy Glssy, (". i : '.
-;{In the second. game, Begga McKinney and Eddie Bla- Tommy Babyburn. Nor-. Square* .. 'j 1 .l r j

e lock< _ket. of Gainesville ":., '::

All Bantam Boys, Jr. Boys, Admission of $1 I I ... ,,
GAINESVILLE and their Coaches are invitedto will be charged for I \
to go, to Jacksonville Thurs- nament games. A ) t .
day July 18, to watch the pass, good for all ; we \ ( i
Meta play Louisville. Bus. will be purchased for i, Our 1
i Business Directory leave the Pratt St. Center at will be no charge : a A' 1\teratlon.-;
8!. p. m.. dren, the players, were .
All players are requested to husbands. ,, Ray- ,
uni- TWO BANDS of I II InI
M &. !!Q'' SALES MEN'S 'WEARSTAG I form.wear:their bantam league FOR FRIDAY game :-

BRASINGTON I Saturday. July 20 all Ban The Starke ..... I :
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'N DRAG I tam players are to be guests partment will the, .'
..QADOLLAOOLDSMOBILIOsALEB. of Elks Lodge 1802 at the Dance this Friday, ',,"! I ,. .I .r
I Hue' : *. 8KBVICB Stanley Blacker Coat I lodge at 3:30: p m. Players will 12 p. m., for all : : for ,.", S'I I '. t
CMeeUoa of Used OnTMMa Arrow Drove Shirt meet >at the Pratt St. Centerat County teenagers, be- e : '" I'L
On Cadniae Trade .
Puritan Sweater 3, and will go to the Lodge at the Old Armory. : ,
gpOl :N.W 13th I
Ph. S78-8301 Peter Jacket from there.WOMEN'S. is $1.25 and the : r
Ladles Sportswear' SUB-DISTRICT be provided by '
CRANE' mallow Steamshovel . .
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:9 Store 13 W. University .
r.1 vOLN'-MEEOURY. :The 1968 Women's Northern, Open Book.CHURCH party
TLwtkoribMd SalM ft Bervio* and Gainesville Mall Sub-District Slow Pitch Softball LEAGUEAn And' SemiAnnualL
2fi01 N. Main .
4 .. Ph. 724373Crane Tournament will be played
MOBILE HOMES at Starke' West Side Park to form a late : re :; I
; Imports starting Monday and will end pitch softball league slips,
'4t wo HO' Austin BeeJeyJto Sunday July 28. Eleven teams area churches will ,
E. University.. 'Gainesville representing nine cities will the Starke
tj. 0 'Wion. 372-4251 ,MUSTANG compete In the tourney with ment [Old 'Armory], ,] ; .

!l-.tJ' Aeli4t'DW Mobile Homes, Inc.GaIDHvIJIe' the hope of advancing to the July 22 8 p. m. Stocktaking I
.. District play-off which will be TINY TOTS
:. : QWELllS Dlscooot HoMI held !in Cape Canaveral, August The Tiny Tots '' .
Horn Bale! lot. 811. trip to Six Gun '
!Beauty Academy Participating teams are: July 12 and enjoyed ,
NEW MOON pAPEIXA ious entertainment.
barn a Profession In Tout Conner's Insurance of Starke
As law as $100 down.( Beggs Quit of Waldo, Sullivan ride was the main
I' Cfwre Time. Full or Part Time I pened our activities but not OPEN
219.W.W. 10th'- 878-2766 4830 N.W. ISth 378-1348 Car City and Aero of Lake SUNDOWN
City, Lacrosse Cross City, Show Begins at 7 P.M. Clearance I
Royal Poultry, and Kings
ELECTRIC and Bell. Adults 75e Students IOc
:Motor Repair Co. The tourney schedule calls Children Under 12 Free t
Liddell Paint &: for three games- to be played AND SATURDAY
Ot OabMwvtUe loo. each night Monday through JULY 1920' Thurs.. Fri., Sat. I
: RepaldngRewlnd1nj Glass Co. Saturday, with finals to be DOUBLE FEATURE July 18, 19, 20 StartingMonday. I
I W' New and Used played Sunday afternoon. The .
N.W. Iflth Ph. 872-831
i t8 OlaM-MlrroM! Door- first game each night
BUffing begin at 7, the 2nd at 8:30: VOUVEGOTTOSlNGuSWINGu
i and Industrial Tub Cnoleanre. Shower Doort JULY 22
t and the 3rd at 10. \ AT 9:30 A. M.
Bqulpment Furniture Topn-WTndow OPENING ROUND AND DO OUROWN THINGI : J JSave

:Santa Fe Tractor, Windows-Awning SCHEDULEIn "a LtehoOolRin.Mq+rs..YMAgalBtbPOJndha .'
[ Order Of Playing]
..._ FORDnunTractor 118 N. W. 18th 872-8191' )
j Monday July 22 Sullivan'sof R1oCJWN /IIfO t, ., I
Implements! ii '
Lake City vs St. Augustine, UIIV: MoreThis

4488 'N.W..6th;. 66-2548 Bell Twisters vs Royal Poul- .j= Go JfbJJ.OWS I
try of G'ville.Tuesday. i _
ARDEN SUPPLIES. National Sewing July 23, Conner vs'
King Food Host of O'vllle,
Johnson&Paris Inc. Machine Co., Inc. Lacrosse vs Winner of Mon- ) HE iJI I SBERa111s$ Plus '

C. Complete Line of day's 7 p. m. game. Cross City a is store-wide clearance sale whenWi1son'1.
J SfiXDfl PLANTS" --. Pratt -N_ Horn Neloo vs winner of Monday's 8:30: PLUS f't: a ,

:ImaeottctdOB-Pet,.SanpUefll Used and Repossessed game ., I
Wednesday, July 24 Aero of
et l FERTILIZERS' Sales-Repair! AD Make Lake City vs winner of Mon- fIU6 s' x r t KING- broken 1
'f Bent FerUUsrJ Spleaders' 'z ,
J X41! '80 0478 611 W. 878-1858: day's 10 p. m. game Begins < IS BACK
-Phi, University j t
., Loser's Bracket LooSer's Brac-
II: V. b 'THE WITH sizes and color l ranges 'and d manuf sourer-dis: t

\ .' 'd4mill...m..lr.bHUMPHIle', QUEEN'I. continued styles, so shop early while selection .; I

JULY 21, 22, 23 BQGART HEPBURN I are good.

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I. TrQmaoi Cip.te'; () "

t.,1 '. IN ot IJ.ULO)1) '1IJl111'blJronClllC! lIII NEW 10 MONTH$

< ". t..<.....".'- ..-...' CB.A.More .
23 MODELS Sun., Mon., Tues.. Wed.
r r July 21, 22, 23, 24

IN COLD BLOOD than, 200 families in the Starke area enjoy theconvenience t t

a ToChooseFrom "ONE OF THE, of a' C. B. A. (continuing budget 1

.. account). i

a. YEAR'S 10 BEST !" .
i You'.Meet 'T/JO Nicest People On A Honda I S No waiting from month to month to buy what you need today, i
CUE MAGAZINE'JATUKDAY REVIEW S It's. an open account never needs to be paid in full. '

r.Y NA1IONAI BOARD Of REVIEW JUDITH CRIST.NBCTV'WEDNESDAY : a The conveniences, of charge account with no r money down and'up *

to ten months to pay. -
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Streit's Hondas METOO-OOIIiWYN'MAYER-.... Or you may elect to pay your balance in full each month. i


.. LEAN'S FILM' Charge $50 to $300 Pay $5 to $30 Monthly .. '


i 'J. -..- ..W. University Ave. Gainesville 25 nerRZiil Open a' C. B. A. Today.Now 10 Months to Pay '

.: .. Phone :376.2637t. HELLS CHOSEN FEW AGO'IN SHOP MONDAY: =SATUI: DAY 9:30, A, I"J',M..,.Q.,P. M.

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e e t 1 t t w t.'t t t.r't' i/1't' t m. Starke was Sunday dinner cess. FIRST UNITED METHODIST

: "guest' of the Estes lamlly. All boys who have not turned ClltJRCJl, Tl\nKB

LAYT'EV.By % The Mitchell Brown family, < In .tnetr' baseball shorts
-j Mrs. John Brown and daughters 'are. 'asked to please do so: Sunday '-Church: (School,

Mrs: Bill Powell,, and'Ja- 'Awards an>; certificates'., v:4: $ a. m.: Mordlng Worship' ;;
1:1I.: draao6hrd nttt and< Eddie Bailey epcnt:'a were' rlven., to)' all Bantam' boys I I'll a. m. MY7' A tlvttlee. ff30p. ;

.. ... .. A. week .vacationing' 90< .lC1ni''':leyUte. for their participation' In City I,, m.f; MYF' Meetings' 7 p. 'tn. '
During:'the. tlme';Johnnie ,Learu9txUeball.. Evening Worship; 8' p..1 m:
Vacation Bible ; 1 wW ,,Brown taughfan...' 1-2 .ltd .'" The! t.Instructional' baaebatt. ". Monday: Prayer Group..

begin:/ at First Baptist, Chiucn toa.8I.,ls very proufl of ,t h, program1' for'' boys, age'U-17. 10 a. m.We4nesday.

on Monday; .Jijjy\ : ,22, "nt 8 a.,zn. Ing a fjsh,tMt lailr b. ,11.-. ....U1. tart *tonday.Auj.5.,; AU PrayerMert-" ""
and continue: at jU1'ttiVMSUihe. \: HihJareJ '".$apft t Church i il 'b iys<%ho fftivo'not\; signed ujaV > mi 8- p. tit.; ,
Monday, through, "FrkJay for l Is' the' bWie Thursday Chancel Choir
'holr meeting at :> a e ked tit do itS.a.t the Re- .
two wee .. All children wel-. qf M1. Johf BraWQ for ''Pf1/ >S ''TIlt flebreadon entet,,from Rerh! Mrsal,. ,"::30'. p- m: 8Af.tIST';; tr t..., :f,1I' j Eel I '_ J
*. :- "' : LONG BRIDGE: .. .
cow .jJCHURCH \\i tlee'on' Thursday': ?venif j_ Q i3': : 'k H ".
l'1vJf1E8' : this U '1 uriwe MADISON STREET BAPTIST. .CHURCH' Me" I '
w pk.
Grace Methcrdlat: Sunday to B bbY b Bl daily CHURCH 9TM ** .- tvv n InlfJI.t.m.eni in Your FuturePARENTS' :
are earn that honored ,eurudny>' 8cnooi l IQ 1; 'f* .
=45 \
Softool e. m.j; Wofihiplla. pyal wh 'received a' teg onrrher lath. birthday ]last Morning Wornhtp '1'1' .a. ,m.BvAhlnt '
.Sunday, July 21 Sunday "
in. ,Wound; early lit'w'k., has"rVcovered. "iSattirclar th 4 party .at. 5,70;, I 'WoT .
,8cliooi \ hip.p. es
Baptlit ,0:45'a., : m..Morning: )
First : Sunday! school: Is''k "machine'! mi'nlncr eUICI
He ( .j-"I"I 1
; ttfelortJW' honored r ivadmarij "' I
Meeting. Wedn.lMt"I"p
11 Youth ..Chorpractice. | Player )
\VorllhJP. :
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9:45: a. m.; Worship! 11 a. m in that9t1fr Mteau7tllhrii'copter ': \ '* ,
and T:30: p. m. ; TrainingUn I t>hrtstoi\, ., In+Viot'Naini' ..( "usrtul-gjrt!: i : .;4:30: p" m. :Y. utbl"UCSwahlp : n- felrth'' *tfrtday llgt: I. .
"REI Supper, 4:45.Training :: pC me Rev. her\a> tane,1.e '
ion *: PMidweek; services Plelcu'Ba e''Jrt: iV a' iuiemWcq n(, .:
er pf thgltCaetern,9tir'v6tj1'ni !: Union, II 1:1.: WMU t.or. ..I'-'
730 r-ut"fr / : :
Wednesday ; p ,m of ,the, Gheetil .; t Ipnlght) ;(Trturi- I ..
Church of Joel: Suday School gd8r. I.PraXer- Ci"c1I1111.) Evening .. I
Mrs. Jennie and "
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t" .
Haltontee '' .
10 ...in.-Worship; 11 a. in: and daughter, ;.Essie-: ; were"yieltft g ,. ( hasonlc:'. I s.Worship, 7:30.: '. ,CALVARY'RAFTIOTilunday/
7:10: ''p. TO. YPE Wednejyay;: friends herenIomdajatdriionn : : St. *t,8 p. m.. ;Alt Monday, July 22 R. A.MwtTfWattrrecfiUrch7 School :
7:30: p. m.Highland. : .M"n''l' 1rtlltribil'a are .asked to please] I I. "p. 19 V 0 111 J RESPONSIBILITY"Trutn i'i
; be present ant. on time.Mrs.? : m. YWA meeting 7:30.: MornlpB Worship. II a. nTrtlnr I ,
Baptist: Sunday Jennie Ott and grew up ,here.This' A Bacon',.WM J. .. Franklin.WP. t Onlnn. 8:all .p. 'a'
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School. m..and.8 I 9.6.A1.: p..,-m.m.,; Choir Worship practice ,,11a. In ,good was; her first vlslf bad*. ., v J I Wed.; 7:30.: July p.24.-m.Prayer- BusinessMeetlns. (Meeting 'iiV* 1.i' l
7 p. ID- Prayer meeting Friends a of many Mrs Years.;Mamie Lou CHURCJI 111.'NE:rflgTM' t: Church\' Choir. i I.llelrttn< ".a'edneadar'' 't ;"' "17:81:. bid... h will' not'depart from |It.. Proverb. ) '229; .
: of '
tl1 session cr''iQ'lIn.: a. ft sutieiI'pas '. '
'I Practice, Wednesday ,,8 pVacation:. J HJdwnrds W' re sadden 'to hoar .Siiriaajr 'and 'BTU ;.i$ "-- a' '
Bible school will begin on July of'the'sttdden deaWoT ner'Sdn.. ., C'n4lesr. school AlQtlliaq tq h.Mount"S1nal. ;' .iST'r' ..a ";,*. ?: Ask, anyone what his most,prey'possession; '. ""I is, .a nd'h, "will[ .almoitInvSjiably ; ; ,:;:

29 apd continue for one :task. Jim Moore JtdWarde,-'1n'At-I 1 : Missionary saplet''AS3hJ"wfll FI ''i .8'"APTlst-1.J;: CwuR'cIISdry ; ', IIEILBRONN BAPTIST i'I .! fey, ''My children..*Tfne. desire for the welfare of out children :
each evening through Friday. lanta. Mr Edwards and'a1l) :
Rex,Gerald Braddock of Jacksonville > f Cbilyerie T ly fcHCRCH, HIWAY. 16 N. enables us\to "move moiirl tarns""\\Ve will do anything, give. them/ anything, + J
other relatives' have the a .
svm 'I' ; '
I6.73'' lt ir ; Sqnday n Ji .
Ilealan < { ve \ \ ; ,JulYal1
has been filling In for if tMnkLit will nelp'them.
'of {
and we
pathv prayers' tlelt' l choreh ellr Keystone: ,If elahts. School, g'U' a. m. M'Otplnw, ? Sunday School. 0:45: a. m' : 1
the pastor. Ray. JaTqw .Walker 'frianlda; ltl+ot Let'dY D'airis'li'ist'ptrstor.Ebenezer worshl"' t..11; 1 !: "SU1' Morning'Worship 11.:TraininsUnion6:30 '
while he I la on vacation.' Mr. and Mrs. O. :J. Boyetteand I The most thing we can do tor'tb.cm. however, slta t +
Baptist Church. Up The Ql'rt or;Qed,:f.hat I.t : p. m. Evening Ser. one important. ) ,
Mra. Katia la pending Hodfes the.of week MaCclesi7g' ;- children' of 'V \\doirtB. Ospent" .; Rev,,,. Burnettpa.far.. Sunday Within Y6.VlTratriln4''Onlon.. :' .vice; 7:30.: '. Midweek prayer instill In them a love of God and desire to t

with\ her eluter, Mrs.: : Mamie mother the, Mrs."weekend'Ed. Durban.with her School;' 10'a.; 'Vri''. t1Pr.n a I 8:1: $. Erenhrgtwprphip:7:30: ': : Service," :Io-Rav; L. Tommy obey him.The cnui'ch can help you in this d .1
Fiich. ':Worship! at. Jl. Evec 11' d' r- rermon by Richard"Williams, :Howe ,paster,,; :
Mr,. tMhte,Futch and niece ( t; inspire and'strengthen you.
'vice eiSO with-.tfj d youth pastor. .
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Mr. and Mm. -Eddie Rogers Mr: ;. -c.fmlto: ..Morris,1! visited BAPTIST CHURCH invite to take your to'churchthis
of;North Carollria spent Saturday Mrs. Morris's: parents Mr. and Choir 'retidet tnr "aonfr semceThe. Monday-Youth Choir'" Practice GRAHAM. We you family :
Junior Uahfr Boird.. of 7 p. m. week. It may mike a ,
of last week wlth.MTand '
Mrs. I> **v p.rvev l hi t":Mac* Sunday! School! 10 a. m .'
1ira.lLeeter! Prefcttt. Mrs. Rogers clen y. Mr. Harvey 'to'"..Mrs.Futch's Ebe er f8undaly'agd held their; ana. Wednpl'daySunday' "SchoolTeachprs Morning Warship '11 t.. .mtnd great difference in the;life .
be remembered as L .e. COO :and 9tPIe ,Meeting. I
Ruby will PrevatV. : ..brother. tessfirf'activity[ was' reportedby 0:30: :;',I'rayer M..ttqW, ',"'p nv-' *v. Inland A. direction! taken by your'children. ,

Bp. .l're'dem1c' Crews whq Mrs. Thomas I :Barnes Master Ronald Strong. 7:30: Church.. 'Cholt 1Pr'actl!e, Baker.paetor."". .. .. .
has been serving: In Viet Nam, nvelmUy/ party 1n. celebration' '-" Greater Free Win Baptist 8:3IJ.: .., '. Thursday' 'fill""'[ 10

is {spending: a leave at home. of her son, Tommy's first. Church, Rev. ,,I ewia McKay: -W. A. .Hogan, pastor. a.' ,m.and T p. m. .. .. :s birthday anniversary on Satur : "
ia..Joyce Futehyeturned pastor. Monday night. Choir W1 W } :lj y : I
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after a vacation,with day. ..July" 12. Hts aunt, Mrs.iflavd.Tntch .}io. 3 and Ushers,Bparia: ; ;No. ( NEW'. :RIVER BAPTIST: ir .
Saturday made ftpeCial 'cake Chureb Jesus Christ e ..:,c:' :it M :t 1; W 'Q."M : '. :' '
he-} sons. Ralph and Terry,,, and! decorated with roses and top- 2 wm meet.,,Tuesday .A tg\t, Latt'er' .-pay Saint!! Sunday! School.! 10 a m- "' : ,: ..:;':; < ::;*:: ;II'( .. '.<' +,:
In Black Mountain Choir Kb' 1 mep is. Wednesday :>: r':" ",," -" :
their- families [US East Call en] ." ..'..
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pad .with one candle which the MeetIhg'ThUrs' Morning Worship, 11 a m. "' '" .: >.
,''N.-C..She with her land- night, Prayer :; \ I <
'' honoree ,:'prpmptly: ;! Dlew'.otit,. My hd* lt Story Hohr7at' the Services: .Trainlnr bitten,' 7 p. m. Evening : {
Tommy seemed\ (To think it woe Worship t p. m. $ k yQIIN'p
raFd. also !
.. Church Ladles Circle. Priesthood 8:45: : Sunday .
Wesleyan. Camp MeetingIn a fine affair. 4. Dinners: will be sold from., the School 10:00.: Sacrament Wednesday: nljht service, ew p.nt A w. ."..".,.,d ary I. aka '-

Union Point, Ga., tropa.'.Tuesday iSherreU Ann PhllHtm of kitchen::on Saturday. Sunday I 1100. 7:30: p. m. Everyone welceme.L 1'' let......M IM. .1hI.. ..d. lit .Na f.I'
uatll3Wr1day. ft.atK':; was Saturday overndght SchoofcSF-SO. Morning Worship. Branch President ; Li Parker, pastor !arsill wl rl.III! ......let....MnNpe/ -

;Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sapp visitor of her grandmother at H.. Evening Service; 6 Den tiassen!, 6.6a78rr.iELBAP'fIST 4, ,fi r, "il .14 "tlMl'" ,ItVC W .IftVlM. !Ml .mafchr. | .:ndieU,"" I
and great granddaughter Deb- Mrs.! O. J. Phillips Earl Phillips ra \" p'l CHURCH. "OF CI1RI9T. 'I .";wt v y lilt! rMirilf4 hi I Hit .Im /1 f.... .M. immMM / t ;
of JackaoiwUl is spendtnd r CfIUitC1ISunday fct rt Mflriy ii nr II W.. *.. .MlfMWt l'
Bush -ctMtamluspent! last Crewel Allen l3 Sunday is
Me Chapel l AME : :Bible Study J JM. t0 .. .
the week wtth.hH Brranfftnother MV "tM" nMMlHI flwck" t4 HM Mim
weekend. with Mrs. A.. C. and Tier aunt and uncle. Mp. Church Rev. L.. A. Sampson School, 10 '''a m-; m.; M>rnlng .Worship and 1 4 ;''' iril .liwirHaMy.. fob*. Ditnlut" .011 .

Fdacee andMra. A. W..Gaakliui and raster f fiunday\ Ilcl'PPL,2Q' a.Ih. Morning Worship, 11 a. 'mr: CtwnMunloti' Service! '1\ 41 m .c ; kx.IwllaNisdrke.aiMldwwel. I ...
L spent '
Jltrs.A. ; eappenfleld Morning Service at ll.Choir. '
tHe weekend with Mrs. James children. Evening Worship, .7:30: p. m.: Evening services G::00. 4 m 41d'i O/ 'tin Omni.) he 11II Iris.. M IN. nltaK f IM :r :.
.,Union, 3 p. ra. Evening Prayer' [ tt .: irs.d l01I 'astir. hr.M 1IIIt. M.irw
1.. Waters at 'her home on M".. E. C. Harvey Elizabeth Reeling 7:3or: p. | Worship service e i
Crariclin- / Lake. and Andy! .!spent! the .week vteiting Service.: 6 pm.; Wednesd -.Rev. X P. festers Weanevday 7 MQnUter'Mk P. 4 5 rwr .p".....,..",..&d. '!" ,., d,.. II
The Sunday p. ID. : '
Mrs. H. 'H. 'Hamilton of her sons, Ed and George, School Missionary pastor '. .v h' 1', o .e.. O.nh. hien II t.4 111I rntl"" rlrif #a 1 .
and friends in Perry. and League convention of I lelL. 4 ., ''r _Y II.. MeM w.+ danar IIIIInIItt/ dan l I. '
the West Jacks nvWe' Dlstrlfc( i FIRST ASSEMBLY OF .GOD. i chr? 'rkw, ra wl. .Ala. kw .a IM n e Still rf I, ) ..
was In session Wednesday and i .1- .i
OF 8TAKKK w. r ,
: 'GLASS Thursdav of thin week. ..pet!< i. NORTHSIDB BAPTISTSchedule J.
.1 West Weldon. $ and JRalfordRoad .em i .
Colored Citizens r f
I sates! atteridlngsare f'Car'oly : :
FOR EVERY PURPOSE Thomas and Deborah Olvens.tr ,I. .'.. a, 4 ._w.aalrelaY4rbrr.. -; +4IfI"c. .
<:: .
of services (Sim-! .
I : .. .
I New Sunday.School: 10:00: a. m. 'N.. .:+: : ", .'K

I 11'f.-lor .. .. .....-. ,-,.. ..-. -1.... I I, -- r_. ...-.. _.' "- -- 11:00: a;: hi.'Morning: ;) '' Worship; eng..'Worship..1.School45.; : : ( A0:4s muiMorn-: ,a. .-..-. r +I :1 xaka$
6:00: j>. A..Sjsrvlces, ; 700
FORfEVERY& PURPOSE, JIKCREATION..NEW8The; : I vns. jnoirr RAVB.rr- I p. ni ,, Evangelistic Services.. r Training* ':' nIon, 1:46: p. m. .

Reno Recreation City well get It ;" Wednesday! ':l'1:30': p. m.-.Mtd- 'Evening Service 745.: MwdWeek'Prater' HURST SHELL STARKE 4d66"SERVICE
Service Wed-
; f"I week Prajer etInC. FAULKNER, ;
League baseball program was Supplies. Pastor: Lester [f. Richardson. ;nesday1, 7:46: p.--'a'' ,
very successful this year. DI- .- ,'-...-T'T' SERVICECarl '
CO. .
II rector Jackson. is" grateful to .men'Brad'ot4, :County. ::SMYRNA MISSIONARY ,,GULF ,,SERVICE., >. i

172'4J1S1724153 IUStof.W.. 4th Hoc to all their coaches fine cooperation and players! for In Teletraph.- ., CHURCH OF GOD ..BAPTIST" CHimClCa. '. ;"' '. U.HAUL--;" '. .. : !RENTALS: Hurst ,Phone 964-61)1) Bill. EdVards t; i .',:,*,: \;-Ph..' 96- :i23i'- ,. ..

0./.11I./ making. this programs a suc- 422 N. St. Clair St.. Staike. .: W. Pratt S&&. Bundaffservices ,'" '. ... '::Tire TlruIng:; '<>
e Sunday School, 10 a. tri.JWor-: : Sunday'' School -10 ;

.- -. ," "- --- ship Services 11.4 m. 'and a. m. preaclUnx.: it'"" In. Truck', -.Trailer. Headlight;Ad,justing. .11 tl
i 7:30: p. m. ,Prayer ;Meeuttg. .'Training Union 8:49 'po 'to; "
FridaY 7:30: p m.-,iwv: L. a.WlUJams. pvenlng Worship ? p.' 'tn. Complete'" Lubrication Brake;;Service.:. .. ,.

{ ,paator. ''Everyone,!: welcome Elder: Minor Tune-Ups Wheel aianee'.rtd
t ; ,:double blessing! Twirfpurposereversaqycle I II '. s --., yi.Alignment1 ,
G.. : DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH A.: 'd. Flynn' pastor.
I ( 'electric air conditioning 1011 N. Temple Avenue u

Sunday School., 10 a. m _FIRST- .PRESBYTERIAN. ; .. "' Hlway 301 and 100 PROMPT. ''ROAD 'SERVICB!; I ,

: cools In surrrner' .and Training Morning ,Union Worship.830;. 11 p.a. m.i m. Sunday. Worshlpl'sobool, a:4a'ii:: 's...' 'm ai.MonUnir .:: ,PHONE. ..984-5899. 210 S. Temple Starke ."i:.All, ,Minor' : Repairs. b to i;'

warms in Winter. Evening Service, ":30.. = Rev. Youttt .1re1Wl( ih I,. _b_ p..:.ta, 617 .N. Temple. :Ave. Starke'
Lacy Conway pastor.ST. '
i Choir Traotlce Wednesday STARKE;' BUILDERS I '

44. .. MARK'S EPISCOPAL: 8 pay. 0
z;) CHURCH, STARKE tun. Rdbert'D.:.tturoh. .1 SUPPLIES,; I Inc. ,. .LAWSON

ill / Sunday services: Holy Eucharist. : MEAT MARKET
8 a. m. Family Service l'1 ft- Featuring Ace /jFIardware OF STARKE INC.!

J Jf 10 a. m. (Holy Eucharist, lit Sched' :e of services; SundaySchoo ) AND COLD. .STORAGE 7 '

and ,3rd Sundays. Morning !, 10 a.m. Worship; 11 Complete. .. Paint" Supplies.... .... Buffet Lunch $1.25 '
Prayer 2nd and 4th sundays a.m. ,and 7:30 p.m. Training We Specialize'In-'eu tom ,Slaqghter-:

f I ]. J. Thomas ;Staab, Union 6:30: pm.- Rev. Jack and Sporting. s ll A.M'toZ; ; P. 1\1. .
lug, in i Wrapphpja..
,, Rector.: Stolte pasto. r I Cutting < ;

CHURCH' "Check With Us First Buffet Dinner, $1.75 Prepared for peal Frew.WHOLESALE I
I r' 3; Y 'Me% pIt I (Highway l 166 ,at Therensa] I .219.. Washington. St. 961-5270, 5 IVBi.ito9\ P. M. .

Training Union--6:39: p. m. Sunday School 9:43: '.. nAMorgtnq '' '
f4I %) ''Morning Worship.-11 a, m. Worshi1i'd."m.: ; U. S.:301 Nortlj!: .. Ph. 964.7600 .... ..
Sunday School-10 a. m. Training Union 8:15: -p. -m 964.7059

Evening Worship:15 p. m. Evening Service ,7"::3<<1 p,"m, .:

.Wednesday 1 Night .'PrayerS Midweek: Piteyer "Service, FLORIDA
vc -7:30: p. m,',Rev. Merle WedntiMa":3: p. asrWna DAD & :BRAD SALES : :
I Viz Pacttiam. pastor.NOKTUSIDE. let. os r, worship {together; Rev.Allen EST w wJfONTRdL NEW METHOD' :

; ITice, 'pastor.PI MODULAR HOMES : .
-' E LEVE1:t..BAPTJSTau :
1 .
ay Sotooi(- 1. 'i, g 24-Ft.: Wide Under!New Ownership( .
rI Located on.kjhiyte'a I Highway'
[ bJ,11tt-r, : s onwcAica
I \
I Y .q ) I8R 225] at Ralford Road PreSen1oeeOY Booster t Ib mk,\ Also 12.,:Ft. Wide Your Certified Master'Dry

(ISR 18]. y unf ,,Cvp9l.<..:'.... rrer.- MOBILE\ HOMES
Services:: Sunday School] 10a. Service*, '4 p. .Jt..." Ittmrot ., Cleaner :
v! P m-.t Sunday Morning Worship : 539 E. Call St. Starke I'ia.Phone Campers! and Traveltrallera
Worship 7 tf.rn' MJdweakrvioe.
1 1Sin'p1v.dial : .
I 1, Jl a" m.; Training TJAloO. l I Free Moth-Proofing -
'. ) "cpol" pf 1r 1rJ' ,,8:30: p. m-; rveQ1A.: fierytce: f dtweday; ''I30! +' .984-5745 for FREE Keystone Heights

,'q.. '... .... ."warm". presto I Compact, 7:30: : Mhlweelf'Prayer( Service. m. E. R. Bowers D. D/p'iaSor.; Free Pick-Up and Delivery. :

'4 ,VIB'; ; '- REVERSE-OYCLEuAht'do,,' Wednesday. 7:30: -Rev. Qlenn i B6ATDRAIN "APr'S' !' Inspections. and- Estimates and Lake, rl' Geneva-Ph.- 473.4320 311 N. Temple Ph. 964-5704-
I g '
both I I.A'double feature": in .Lawhon: pastor,
CHURCH. S1'ARK6sundsyBchopi
ilamelesselectricairconditioning. :
I '. : .now bargai!' -priced the lowest ever. ,, McVkOAH! R6AD'- '-vifAttl'L84nday9:4s. ( t. 10 a. m. WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT

Morning Worship; 11a.; m.TrahilnLUniori'q EDWARDSGrocery
I REVERSE-CYCLE\ "Is year:rpund right 1 fire : m.Schoor Sunday p.'m. Even: :.

!(?.' ?, In every room. Indispensable on hot.days i!1 Jl:00: "a.- m..Mprnln* wiflf '..Worship. p.: in. prayer l! CO. and Market
and humid nights. necessary-during occasional chilly weather. ,Woreltrp. 8:00: ; m. 'lTafiUh."Unlpn. Meeting;, WerJnssday.i p'm.-'|
.." I .. 7:00 p. m. Evening Rev. Virgil Lovett '
Over a million Floridians cool andheat,, their/ homes this rnodern Worship.' } ," pastor, Official*" ) Class- RingsKetpMke Better Service For Your Groceries Meats! .- F.eej. :

electric way.'They know it's worth much,more than.it costs BAYLESSDIGHIPAT!: ', t '
7:30 Title GAS AND OIL
Wednesday : Pray er< Diamonds Problems )
1ft'c4eanliness, comfort cqnyeniance.and( : happier, healthier living. ;Services lat and,3rd Wednes- BAPTIST' CHURCH;: .
BULOVA AbstractsTitle Jack and EdwardsU.
See your appliance dealer or air conditioning contractor today .nlght-7:00" 'Pm.. Family. Sunday school. 10 .. at:: : WATCHES-' Gladys

-1",>[-J''. .lit'. ;Night; Murmng Worship! Service. II il2' w.. Call St. Starke Insurance S. 301 South..;, Starke :
a. m-rTraintzlg Uidon. 8:30: I

\. c 4FIRSTf q fUSTIAN CHURCH p. m.; Evening Worship,' 7:30: Phone 964-706t 158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 PHONE. '.6"-5 .: ,

ol 41..1 j i1 TH RE'S' MATCH FOR Sunday, .Services': ''"Bflhdiy P.., : .
Prayer Meotlng. We-1.- 7:30

Mcfi a doanbreak Wththepast..araduateto. FIAMElESSELECTAiC...it's cheapN. toolfiemelesealeoaidreveio'hycleairconditioninp. ,School.Worship 9:43:.1045; a..a.m.. i in.Evening Morning ,. 11'1',0.: A.- Meeting. we '' '
'! .. _. $ervfc*. 7:3O p. m. lll< /ireeis\ ,1:30 Wed.: .p.7:30:m.;p.Chou"m.; Rchet.aL'Brotherliood. -,' (Owned:. By. Throe We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live" BetterIjJecticMly"Keyatono'

U'I a rf.Ul I innt, Service .Wednesday,.7:16: p.
:., .. U'! ,. \ .. .. -ChatlerReen'tnt1' ; llter. -,! ? UIOt1a,,. lash> Mondsy I ': ( Heights-Phone 4T3-49:)
In each. mOTd.LU.. ... Park
Med >lroa. 111UW. I

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VOICE of the 'r,' ', SAVE O


Mike Chitty r
Phone 47S-2171 ',,
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Hello out there, all you fishermen noon jathes B el li caught 38

; this >is your rollll1a.1sherman Sl1 llcrack rs. Alan caught 4

.... with the latest. I bass Friday, that averaged 3

;{"AlEho gh my dofck"fllng: has pounds each: Late >jfrlday:

,Ulcen,, drop we are still evening Mr. .and Mrs. Pat

'cm: china, Bream.and She:1- Ray of ,Jaclc3onvlUe.< caught

,crackers on."the beds and atoiind 46 Shellcrackeri.. Orjfllna re- i

the eUfte.' Some are stlU >jtarted .that the Spee Wf Sat r . : : .
;Xelug, cauuht'on files and unsay:: and' the .ba 3 bit all

Luna!' Be'.leve: me. If you: have day but_ mere very hard to
;.Vever caught a nice Bream o<- hang although they' did get S United States Department of Agriculture

.oe f:y rod with good: light at- one that weighed IVa pounds.Shorty 51'pR<

;titan, you Just don't know how Thlen caught 3 Specs,
"*nach fun you are mlsilng.! 7, Shellcrackers and 3 'Bate.

:'With a good rod you can Sllm'3-. Flsh-'N-EItuK [Key 11Pt FISCHFBS [

'yfeel every move he makes.'practically Hone]: reports that Mrs. Hall '

/ every time his gills ramrht a 13-pound/7oz. Bass. lr
cfeera and clods you feel it. Another lady caught a 9- OR ALE..A$15'l

'"Tlils is really a. thrill you will pounder in Lake Geneva, 1 '

;,"not forget for a long Elmo I Shlpmtn's Camp tweat
.fused to think: 'catching Bream shore Santa Fe] also report a > TOR REGULAR ORIP'OR W/ ClgDt+N te

on a fly rod just couldn't be good week:: Billy Tuten and

";;,tun. because all, you' did was Bobby Johnson' of Waldo. r I : ::::::: 81

'drag them in. Even; though I caught 11 Boss: the largest,

tr".;?laven.t set any records at one weighed;:. 1n at 12poundsH .
,.catching. fish on:my fly rod, oz. From Earlton Beech
'I really enjoy fishing with it.'j33 Gene Hall and Tony York! >SWi jTB t'innt WHITE R PII IF ARA W Limn nee Deer nl of fmrc nit.Wnh SS 00 of dtore PefGilOr Iuludno Cgwdln ,

: I suggest/ *that if you reallywant naught 25 Sp cs, and Mr. and I IMn.

."" ta have some fun get Don Morrls. caught KFdends I e 111r't

;:you a. good 1 lightaction fly Base I

rod and some files and some and 'relatives of; eooe

-"l' >ufrs, and go fishing.Barnhlll's : mine have been catching) 'quite e *<>.? I -
Resort [east a few Bass lately Two of ; mnf AIRY Cteire or Mnre {

whore"" SantaFel reports that uncles.. Johnny ElHs and my AN I
'Mr, and Mrs. Dance of NAS "rred Hudson caught 9 Bass I1R E' T:: 69

.caught 40 Bream nigtit-fish- Thursday In LochUxm. Abousln.

'Jng. ,. Buddy Kills 'and friend .
Orlffin'ar'Lodge r feast shore Mr. r .,l
l Olbbs went Friday and "
jBanta Fe] o GOOD DIXIE) JUMBO !nl.! !tn.TIABRITf'- -v I
reported fairly caught :
11. Saturday... ; Buddy, PIES t
rood week >of fishing but my .father, and.. Alfred .3/I. TOOTHPASTE 68
'father slow berause''of'all the caug-ht 0, white: Johnny. and .i iSO .
fa1n. .They .tptd me thAt the fjlh@a; caught 12., o'. DIXIE DARLING I FAMILY LOAF : torts Tuba HEAD SHOULDERS _..

Ahellcraclcers'ttpre! on.thejS'rom .; beds 'Wel J: ola bU<1l.JIJllJtJ'm..a.rUW, .- '!I. BREAD..4/19* SHAMPOO. 77*
; Tuesicay:! till 'Biturdajr :'wne-ttj' : ''b"'ttfe"'n'd'' an. .....

but I never had a 'chance t3fo : other column' '.
( "
tevent though
*" '*" *
out there. Roy.: Mr.: Zellner! Bass sea+oh ,!is"fiver.""many are o EFP SOUTH WHO E + OZ HERSHEY No' 503 fan BFl MONTE CUT 3R [b. KOCKINGHAM WHOLE ,At't -

,and i Mr. Cone ofvSt.' Augustine / !still belnar "clU! ''ht; Don.t' 29< CANDY: KISSES..2/49t* GREEH BEANS 4/l. CANNED C '
i "* caught 68 Shellcrackers think It's ,about} time: to catch ...*......... .. .....- .. i.-......:89

'\ t>n Tuesday'Alanand. Roy a few I'll say'sp.long Tor now Jumbo SCOTT HnIF Gal No 303 Con THRIFTY MAID CREAM STYLE 08 OIL DEEP SOUTHPAPER '

1-siiBht. 30 Bhellcnat-kers. lat arid' until next week'aooD' : 29* CLOROX BLEACH 29{ V/.K. CQRM
\ .Wednesday. 'Thursday: ;! 'after-: LUCKIII" -. TOWELS.......... ......... .............6/I. MAYONNAISE:.....?.... 49.

nn .I 100-Ct. O*WHITE *0 O' ARROW No. 303 Con ASTOR FRUIT vv.. ARROW

Ii' :.Vutlcr or Ap.II atM| ,far. not en filed '.hltl/-/ ;peg 'void.9 PAPER 69* SPRAY STARCH .39* tOCKTAIL $ PAPER NAPKINS..29.
+ Tern Herd. /, William John Crllly PLATES........... .......... ............... / .
'' Nee 114./e. P. ,.
1': AdinliiiHlrator of the
tNjtlce. I.| harapy.Lena' that of. Xlva M."i Scott, .d"<:...Estate.d. 17 o.. THRIFTY MAID A&07 THRIFTY MAID lyot CANNED ALl FLAVORS' INCLUDING fRESH'f

T.the J.follow Alderman" Inn ,certificates'the holder haa of 'P..vi-on O. Drawer r,. Pt."atltt".n..y 6 deed filed raid -certificate.for a tax Xe,. ton. Help-hut. ;.Fla. 3?su ......... ..... :. .......
to be. Inaued lheron. TAe Aitorn.y KMBU
Certificate .num4ara, >and year V \ CHOICE W.D BRAND CORN FED
A/. <
t. 7.1
,af ...n.... th* deaprlptlon pf 1 ;
,.the prop. {rtv, apd .the* name. In I* Th. <-lrcl.(CetTrt ()f' Florida.11. -; lA'i $. !&* .j niiap M n r< ,._. ./
,. Mfh It wa aeeewed,ar.,.a* FltXhrH Judicial. ,()'*..".'!. And
fiilloivst, w w 98
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igpitanoei, ;CerrlflKiite 1D68.Np.. {to&I.Y.ar v :; of Cane If... >'TO .. V / 1 / f'I 000000 L..'
,Aeecrlpllon at Pron. t...4 Evelyn pr!loran. Srnlth./ Plain'
; rty
o(> vt BLK: 'II of powllnc.. ; Park' tiff-. T/i/ Phlillu" ; Smith,:.Defendant USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BONELESS
:f/D.Valni'Iriwhlal. *, \ ";.+ 'a.>i>...01 p.; Th. State (N1Florlda.Tdi< D

xAr! haKf..i ._ I I.Philip imKndwriYuu mlth'Whoae; renldom_ r AST := 98
at ;, '
1 the' :71D. f.! operty "belrii In are hereby notified. thata : -
't Rtetlda County: ; ,- ., lrpdfftrd i \ l, bNle" proceedingfar.! .divorce ha* u. ,
... bean broug-ht In the Circuit
;: Un. .ald rtjflc
o >t* or cor* .
tfIgate. 'Khali' Rv radvcmed ao- Court Florida for,. Bradford. County, USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND 1,
eortllnr follow the airalniit you:" Ynu lire -
In tuati proirty. dv.ICrlDed hereby reiiuLred to file with the M
/lj/'r lfJell.l.II'. curtlfUale.. I Clerk of the; Clrcuft Court your iOAS T'
wHJ .ba .Id '10 -th. fcnawer-, :? 8
J1.'Irf' rat DIdAr" rt'Irw, uuuft ojotherryt1e4, Ina Y i r.ln' ''
....uaa. -doorjo( .\II.!fI"Mt, M'mdll.Y. old\. p.ocNldln'y.nd .o ,Io.llrvr' wq OOOOOOO IBVV0 .
copy 1 'fafne la TSAtt n- ', ?
/ 11 t1,1hOn 01 A..1I.I. Ietl9 .whl""ll.!f"DbU.IIi" $ "/A Jl.rI".r'J'lalil1'h.. ; .
A..i{,. 1911 : ; .
I"Jtf.-'l.\.r".t.! day' vl July', POM,0f.. (" pe DtffitffUiv: ): ., O&ln'e BRAND LEAN "JIt1"
l %
J\.; vUl JII' FlijTa.jaritor: 1 evrwu
'1' [. "' >7< ,19th\! 1'd4J1'I'.rJ' : 1y,1r i""iiBHrln
(1:110"41.: ; ) : 'fullVnut/ ,.n-Y.it.. Clef4uiwHI.he !
t .
Clmrlea/ A .
C Dnrhy.Olflrk.of GROUND BEEF $199
.ehterod din) ..- 5
.. : <-IT. (p.'f.Florida:\ : ', rodttWrdtqutfty .tti.M, :,mA, /nHiind A 1I'>nd't':I ynii.W o el l of: 185.
KBj4t" I. t"uiurt at,6lirke
rd' -ii' ,' ..- ?/* it **** County ,"11'pr'nfor* 1
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'&VOTICU OP IVTIAVTIOV TO Jni.,..ir"...i.A.) t'.:,!*eCl<{:.'_' -; !>o." -' WD BRAND fAN BEEF SHORT p Mo WD BRAND BEEF RAW Jf* .
"RClI1O'1''JIl arrrfouN,.. NAJila Ch.n.. .i''A....Ckirhy.. :t't
t,;,endetalaned,7undxr''i I[Notlt I l la harky: given the hut.PCOVIM-tF.e clerk Uv .Vlrrlnlit'P ofthe' r'IronletrouYf. [ R8b 45 Sf '3 99
I yea -of Aertlon'aBa.UB; Flarldu Deputy -. e W LliS.
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lathes IDflS, will r ,,1..1.1' with ., IetrA . 0
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h. Clerk "f the Circuit. Court. ; ; 'Et.17/ !
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in and' toy Bradford County ; i ; ,1. ,. .
TlnrlOH.: upon rrurlpt of- DroufDf i In The r itr *.. publication of' tl1la ..no-tin. tiMl For Br.4ford; C.gtwFlwFib ; 1 1 riM''
.. :
tt o tlotUlou' numa of HAMP.M1U.WORKS : ''' ''\. ; ;
T'ON( under which' l N.. .. 'I* .
I-am' tnfmfta, In bu lr.nn at P. Irt RAt "F-stat. Ofl.W den\ A .:'
O.. : Box 9J. Hampton'. Kltt.w Wallace. 8n' ; al'.o' kao>wifaa",, .'\\ +l
.?elM'c. B.. Davis, P. O. Box A.lValtncelt7ecaared" .
II: Haniploo Flu sole owner.JDntctl CNEgITC11ia; 'I .
thin 20th/ day: ofua., .. 1'... all orudltorfc.' / andalt.( per'
Ai,.D. HturkaBradford' 'Cuoiitr.Ftnrlda .on liaylnf rpM/hlhrMQentaadF/ ,
e.tafa.-y e"
ft/U It I i'7'f Yuu, end'' each of lid.'' ire" ICEtCREAM..59 e
herahv notified'and/ reitulr. '. to
!: Tk. C.nrl D' Tae ruumJO > rile and (.lalttut and\ demand.
..KO.. Br.rtfor. which uur< '''. .
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l la. FrobHt. V have ..atn.,1 i.tI".r.. .. ot QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD THRU JULY 21 o1.1W.a.(
SI He: Kutme: Elva M. Scott, WqJddl lgae Jlr ateo ''WJNN.DIXIA: eroetr. INC.-CO.Y..H't'-' / .
..'anet]: .- known;; a* 'Ay. AWallace: de- .. .
To All Crrdltora And Pirnona t..a*>d, late' of .Bradford. County !
1Gtrtua C'lalmn Or PemaiKlait Florida, In'' the -off ItOf' the" 1. -1
it Buld Uatata'Yu County Jurttre of Bradfordluunly 'T i W-D .RAND OR."A" QUICK IROZ.>; {AKINdGREEN .

: 'ant'! each of you.. are. L'ountyCurthDUay :Clarke: : dK..... STAMPS........... I /, 1
btretiy nptlflod and rnqulred tuVtrtrnl Bradford County 'Florida' within .WH. MIMM Mt : 4 "a
any clalma and demand eh, months (rom. the date bf 1 a pxaa. H E N 5...,I&.Av,. 39.a ) awl
wrtlc-n ;you or .ther j>f youmny he: first.pub. ra .un'; d Mnr. xurarra : r''
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liav mtalnut ti <>i>t t* > I If r: Vi 1. ,tri w. axnet oa wnraltq O II.
ntva.' M Sentt dcetlu. ., Ixte u-f Knch! .clalM( ,InnJdarnaa vinuat .,., !06 OMLTa :.
.Id County In the County' .i.u.. In writing, BndVtl. ., ATf .000 YH"U uuLr al
Vat .
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Jnda-a, nf Bradford County Klur the place. ufLrrifV,,; >n<...;YtdlDdxeoftlrs (< s < -< << w : .
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Ida at hl' offlc In tha court .1 ---- -- -- : ----- -- ---- ------ rI1
henna of .said 't'wtatval'Slarkx. hN! arant S.9RiSs.MMOISR.xfouor* .
Florida 1 within UN calendar will Le '! EX.--RA. : EX-THA. :
months from the time of the :- :): ei I I I
ftmir! t>u'irioatlnn' of thin noli"" .: i fr''ldJt' rOfYr. .. //q t flJno I .d7l.,.w.nuww GREEN.STAMPS wu/!WM : awl AX(lwnr.xwnllw GREEN' STAMPS awwrw =! I /
Two oopl.x of each claim or -demand enable. 7y7mAdt/dr., ... 1 I 'r e

shall atat ba-the In'wrttinQand'hall place t 1 or reel-.:ldei mall......IUI"one... :toj\/.A4.itKtl. .,,aSArdprtr.. ... r') 11 BuoBomb U-OI.Te. .., :: .u1l Beef."... to-a.os.Burgers.WoO : ,
.c. and punt) utflce aildreftH. v( Dot.d !,IuejlIIllst1', \ :l 'PASThe :
ltwu., claimantreJ' ehall ba Florid{ Yailoh 71;' > i'nF. Of 9 IJ: 'OOD THRU JULY SI : l lttM:: ODD mm Jute tet
worn to ,bv: the l claimant. ,Ala IaCkxnnYlll, .A4 "..:. .. :' -\.0" .. .. trta ,
steak panted attorney by ..a", flUnn.fr end .of.*..rnm one Itq A", Teitaiaent'bii i tb1.W.ddell t...antil .'W Ill ......... ""m ;::?:: ::....-J.L.---..--. ...:::::uu.a:...-.1 ::41I i li,

dollar an4 auc.il dean or demand v/nllnre. en.; ../H-a boy A. ,
I i.ro, deceased.' '?. A'I' EXTRA. Ex..YAA. I '//1'0. ., .w
I nv: .>red 3a Thomnwin. ; '. .fir. ..t I I GREEN STAMPS I I rt'. !'"' '
.6/ .6'J1. GREEN STAMPS ; ,r'fi1\! ; .P .
'i rust Offlif-r' ..,.--..a+,x.raura anlxw MM,_...?_. rx'.M ..; W ,0'' .,'" ) t .4-
;PAYROLL ENVELOPES: Arlnm". R".1.t', ; *.' ""I'.j' A pKae. .J: 2-L.. PK.. W.B) I'ItIORTOI'f AH FIAVORS t'(1.'nY.o;..:. 1 IWEn'WHlTI SEEDLESS CALIFORNIA ;..?ern .:W # 1r .
with cr without'carbon flat.- '021 Flnrlda" 1'I\I..II't\0114In.' : +.1 "CH'.CH'COLA"C! ,+'1 Clu'COCP"OUNCU.tr, /$ ""-- ,t.\ !!""" \ :- :; -. r
l'a""n' 111Ns: rinrldaf. L: '. Eclairs .u ; ...., n. '
Bradford County. Telegraph..STARKE Attorney! for Kneoutnr7': J .11'w .OOD..H..U..UL... M ::J.J!-!_! Beef Sreakettet ( P. ... 29.1 ... ,1.;) ; ,
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1l .00D'nC"U.J..zt.
... t. .- : "''t. "m"M" '" ,t. .. .,.. I GRAPES" Mn 1'YR;,Ilftr/A" 'M.v' ;;

{ .i TIe Pear. ---i.Dr f-r: C}J**.tr. ;;"_______.___ ..u............ ___:'_____ ..__.__"." _"_..._______ .1ACII I . . ./11.
'. ... iniliiRm4f: ; rd 'CnNi/1ty! 1. Ninth...' EX.YRA. : :4 .! U"IooFRENCHFRYSHOESTRlNQ t f "
iln. |* ProMnt*. Ex..YRA.t : w-IE.RIP! t
In r*' R"t tatt' nt.' n H-ir,p r.>our .. I I Jii GREEN STAMPS : I I dT/ GREEN fW'
STAMPS .4/$1 .
i BUSINESS! '!Ina ( !N Tn All "edlt"fi' And Pr;""on.. : PL*. ">. A OKA. : wn.ure .: ....... -
'.fnvlrertilml. :'O' Dtte"n.\\.. :1: +.1 BftO VVM OR CUT-UI : +'I TH. reraN LOIN 17.0" ASTORTHEAEAL7HING" .. TOMATOES' 29.t
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LDIRECTORYGilbert ".rely I d.rl1' e:. y ii, .and *%<(it\' ..at '.""" f .are .'. Fryer : fork Chop f ; >, E
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: heb lint If)<<'4 And :lr' n'lr| troremnt > JULY 'OOD THRU JULY at Orange Juice 2/69.: a
,datrmtidawhlrh iIV .. .,... Jle : 1P'J .
any c.Ltlma;ahA : .M.. .. DELICIOUS 7UMB0" 'r
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vou, er fUnnr'rtf" ':vou.niv ; ". . :: :
"WI} F.n\'Ir.E+ : have. "...ln't 'the .ebtr oflite ; td c #
rhaH.a n""h" lrnmanrJ. \ t d I -'I-- xT A .f"1; 1 iJlerries '
reseed. of, nild'-roilfitv,, ,tothe : ; Straw 2/89' HON EYDEWS.
> S.: Brown Coiin'V.. ,hrdvb'nf. nrgdfordrnenty dK. .GREEN STAMPS. ( .'' \ 69 '
rn M vuu.nw- wN Wa .. .. .
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FI-MMd*. |"tie gDtlreln' t J m xnr wwwarrp -- "....l'I4"
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BUhUr l Oil tReMr. Hlaltofi the. i"""rt h-" "* "f ab! 'founty I [d otJAIL. ft.rx. 1 .-1' 0;": ., I
"*.v ATLAS lit St rke QI'"ridn. wlrhtnr' / MXc1endn : Dttr aOnTM ; J71 NaTLa QUICK' : : of Vent'.Vu 80g REGULAR WHITE i ;
froni: (thn. alma PeanutButter I Chocolate Shr.lmp $2 49 M
!\TIHBS A BATTER.EHUnAfet : of rhw ,' 'mnnSN., \t Ilratlmtnf >thlanotice : .000 TH"U .ouLY | .I" DrinK .. .. .. .. .. t""!
T ..-tttmi ScrvkwA Tw c"nl'' nf eauh )Ittim, ets ., al'I: A 000 THRU JULY SI .
.: man WW.707I nr 'demand' phall he Inwrnlnir e.- "_._. .. :::::: ::: : ... :''I[ 2(1. ., : EGGO FROZEN J ,dr L. 1 POTATOES 1 0 tl.> i, 69

4...7. ta-: .Temple IktIrID' Hldi AnA.nre"and teta.iM tmatf afflri.1lAdrMdn nlare'nf. n' .i .X-.R; .r---.i .xr ; ... _j:... ...SA.G.
} aAe .Ialm."t..Ii\h..U'} \ ] l19c I
.. 1nth.... ..I."a"t.hI.. ; ; Waffles r r r r r M r '.lb. CDIb T'Y "
w.-H'URST'S .i neon nrn rr stlernA r. "RAA' .1.4' pmnnwl.yl ,!!2!.w waw ,. ::I .,?".vw.GREEN,a !..STAMPS nnw..x : BD. YOUNG TENDER r -.

SIJEL'L, aqA.ar D......hfI"I'. tit/ .,",' fM;.....etnlnd nl boadnlNr II 91 OO WORTH OF :, 't O.'ItAeL.wHIYA. : 6 er. SINGLETON BUY ONF..GET ONE! F Ett ,:+ ; trt :: :
f 'Service StationOU n,,. an. ryt.e. anrt fI" .,,,Id; z Candy II.I.u}.( Fabric Whitener -ICARROTS -: 271 29Az
rrloi"'r..7j! ; } !i df' :.1h'''';F...;: tfooo THAU JULY 2' : v.' .000 THNU JULY al : SHRIMP CREOLE

: OU Lubrication *. "riwiVcnfp'r paodyear, Tlrw. A BatMrlo Lot-tat of will ,and ,.,...\\Game..,. '.f. -........................... .'------_ "- .. .. .
HOAD 8KBV10Br Charley: pouirlaa Camper p.r4atrd. -
: and JOG Start F"st pubhAabq.July' 4.. J tU. fI
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