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 25, 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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Machine The assistant ,to the president !-
of St. Johns River Junior

u, ti a ,. t t 't College, 49-year-old Ralph Bill I
Diggs, has been appointed
A low bid of $11,748 sub pnncipnl of Bradford High :

milted by the Burroughs> School. .-
Company on a new billing Approval of the recommendation ,
and payroll-making- of the School Trusteesand ."
chine for the city was un- Supt Tom Casey came Faces Possibility Hearing Set> "

by the Monday July 22, in a frpeclal
Starke Council in a special meeting of the School Board. 7 P. M. Wed.

meeting late Wednesday DirKs was
approved sight un-
afternoon. v "f,' eeen by the Board, which based For Public
The action was taken on K'' +rA y,,. ,. its unanimous 3-0 vote on the Casey PreparesFor ,
recommendation of a special recnmmendntlona: .
committee, with Councilman Supt. Casey highly recom A $3.2 million Bradford it

Nell Tucker> ts chairman. mended Diggs, terming him an Fund CutOff school algal for 1968-69 "
Tucker said that the commit experienced educator and astern has been given tentative
tee, consisting of !himself City approval and a public hear-
Clerk Merrill Edwards, and a This is how Bradford's new courthouse will look as it faces Temple Ave.Bradford's Diggs, a native of ing set on it for next Wed

representative! of the city's engineering Arkansas, worked In northeast Palatka An attempt is being made to fix the new $2.4 million nesday, July 31, at 7 p.m. ?

I firm of Reynolds, ] Bradford County school budget so the possible blowof The new budget, given tent

Smith to Hill went to Sarasota New Courthouse losing: around $100,000 in federal funds won't crimp ative approval by the School

Tuesday where they saw too many programs. Board last night totals] 83,-

the Burroughs magnetic I istrlpe Supt. of Public InstructionTom 205.948. down slightly from '";
machine In operation and bout $96,000 of federal mon 3263.221 in 1967-63. ..
were convinced that Jt would Casey said Tuesday, July ies that "we could anticipate"being Reasons are that much less .., l
This 1 Is The Way It'll 1 LookErnest 23, the new operating bill Is
do the job required here. being deigned to continue cut off !if Bradford's school construction will M ,
The other two bids received I r 19 Aa most with with- funds are terminated. done in the next year but at

/were from National Cash Reg Trlest of Trlest Construction facials of Buff colored Brick parking and area of beantlfl- out federal programs aid. or Most of those fluids come 'the same time the State of ?

Eater for $12, 90; and IBM, Company, Keystone White Cement Concrete and cation. under Title I of the Elementary l Florida has funneled around
"I don't want to give the
for $18,680. Heights was speaker of the anodized aluminum he said. Trlest 'showed a color artist's and Secondary Educa $775,000 in new monies into &
An order will .be placed for morning at the Tuesday July Epoxy 'paints and tile floorsare drawing of the courthouse tin impiesslon" we don't need the tion Act he said, the county school system for I

the Burroughs machine, with 23, Starke iCivItan Club breakfast used in all] areas of heavy it will look when completed.He $100,000. Casey said "But Some employees such as teacher salaries and improve
delivery promised In 30 days meeting. traffic such as corridors, restrooms closed his talk with the everything possible Is being the new classroom, and clerical ment funds Thus the two ,.

and It.ia planned to have the done to see that all programswill budgets bear very little .resemblance -
Trlest explained !in detail etc.Parking comment that this was the aides being employed for
new system in operation by Oc plans of the newt Bradford facilities will accom finest piece of work yet done continue with as little the first time this and are not easily
chase If do year
as possible we
tober 1.Tucker. County Courthouse He pointed modals 120 cars. by Architect George and he lose would be cut, oft, he said. compared. '
Bald[ his committee up the many features of the There will be a colorfully was certain that George would 'n R the money. Even that Is being anticipated Teacher pay'I raises average .

was not yet ready to recom plans, covering such items as lighted water fountain for both receive some sort of national .fir rs Etr The Bradford School Board Casey said, and only half around $1.500 and the$344., .- .,
mend a plan for purchasing the 134 rooms on two floors in a day and nighttime vlewfngladling recognition for his planning."The was notified by letter last of the aides the county has 000 in improvement funds amount -
machine whether to lease or last week by the regional l office to about $1.700
;building which houses Bradford into a good sized pool. >people of Bradford : been okayed for will be hir per ?
buy it outright.It County's first elevator. Other The water will rise 18 feet into County have waited patiently of the U. S. Departmentof ed. That means that much classroom. The improvement

was decided to trade In unusual features are the de the, air. for their new courthouse. but d'' Health Education, and ]leas slack, left to take if funds will be spent for in- .'
the present NCR billing ma r Welfare In Atlanta that up service training [under
sign of courtrooms and the ac- Circular concrete benchesfor when this building Is completedit federal funds' are cut oft way
chine for an I allowance: of $80O, rouatlcal materials used such outdoor seating adjacent to will prove to have been well RALPH oleos Bradford's civil rights compliance Howl, new equipment, and new '
but: to keep the machine which as carpeting, ceilings. plaster, the 'pool( area and fronting the worth the wait" said Trlest.In ] case I has been referred Casey was in the process programs
Is now being used to make up etc. site on U. S. Highway 301 will the construction business only the 1967-68 school year to HEW'a Washington late Tuesday of trimming. Almost all the state increase .

.__ .,pie payroll aJncaji ia.only, two.,_.TrtesfcteM. of -the-excellent add 'Wthe'beautjrakmtf-wlthi l nearly-..:SO yeses; 'Trie-it'!' wns From. 1804-47 ha was.4 lncipii4 DYC. .'otflce- or three years old and would planning put into the new the many circular Concrete awarded the contract to build of Hernando County High proceedings for an administrative bill to balance It. budget biggest portion
bring only 1,200 In trade. Courthouse by its architect planters. the courthouse at a cost of approximately School In Brookaville; Fla hearing, leading to The superintendent said he of Shool Board's four sep
Council agreed that the city Frank George of Palatka. The .building will be set back $720,000, about A former coach, principal( and possible] termination of fed- would recommend a full 10 orate budgets. For 1968- 9. the .
might have a use for It In case George has given a great deal' from the highway about 160 $26,000 below the next lowest superintendent, Diggs moved to eral funds! to the county. mills for operating and .8 of operating' budget [Budget I] *'

of emergency, and that It of thought to minimum maintenance feet. Approximately three acres ibid received. Trlest was intro Florida from Arkansas. In 1958 There is about $145,000 of one mill to pay off district totals $3.409,778, up from $1.- (t'
wouM bring as much in a trade in the construction of will be used for the building. duced by Dr. P. E. Bollinger, and served until 1964 as the federal monies Included !in bonds a total of 10.8 mills 634.159 last year, an increase "
two or ,three years from now the building exterior using ma Sr. principal[ 1 and supervisor of Ly- the over-all $2.4 million pro- for 1968-69. That >Is up .832 of $775,618, ,
as it will today. man High School In Longwood, posed 1068-69 school budget mills slightly over $21,000. Ma lor sources of revenue ,.
Purchase of a new machine Fla., a 1,600 student school. from last
Supt. Casey says. But there year's 10263 mills. for the operating budget are
/was made necessary when state He holds a master's degree are parts of the federal monies Casey Bald he hopes to eliminate the state's Minimum Foundation .
sates tax was added to utilities which'! ho attained at Memphis going to school districts next year the deficit Program which puts In :

and the old machine would Rights Ruling May Be Eased State;! University In, Tennesseein that the Federal Government pending the Board has had $1.924,295. local sources total
not accommodate the extra 1953.$ He holds a Bachelorof has never touched in any to resort to finish the past 420000. the school lunch pro- "
line on forma. Science Degree In Education
billing two Then when the 25313.
county in which' funds have years. gram "'
The new machine can be from Arkansas State College been terminated Casey said timber suite are finally set Major expenditures will be .1

used for billing and payrolls, ] fled, the School Board would! instructional salaries, $1,811,- ;.
He named the $25,312 free
and .largely, automate the By Obscure House ProvisionAn Ha Is married and has three school lunch program operated be in tor a windfall he said. 391; instructional support personnel r

nark storing needed information children. under the U. S. Depart- The $2.4 million operating $100,800; secretary and .

electronically on magnetic Voting approval of Diggs ment of Agriculture and the budget Casey is recommending clerical $23.455; textbooks ..
tapes. were School Board Chairman Is than the and
$23,590 !in Federal Impact ; $775,618 more $22,153 supplies and equipment -
obscure provision passed by the U. S. House of said that at the very least the H A. Lawson and Board 1967-68 school year of $18 $156,917: -;= a total '

Post Office Representatives may cripple the U. S. Department of provision "would break the Members Seeber Goodman and Funds for which Bradford million. Virtually of the in of $1,914.696 that comes
Rodney Hall. Board Member County has qualified a? monies crease comes from increased under the heading of Instruc
Health Education and Welfare's plans to complete pace of the program at a crucial
Will Be Closed time Junt when the de Art HolUday was on vacationand which have "never been state monies voted in the tion.
school mixing according to Associated Press article
:, an Board Member Buster Ben- touched
regular session! of the state
On SaturdaysPostmaster published Monday July 22 in the Valdosta (Ga.) Daily partment was about to haveit The operating' budaetln
1 Continued On Page Two) That leaves Casey Bays a- legislature for teacher salaries cludes .
expenditures ot 8117,
Times and datelined Washington D. C. wrapped ,up
T. C. Ha.aenJr.. ....._ article __nA __ equipment, and improve- 310 for operation of .school
announced yesterday that the Afiv was jiK&iieu 11*""' '' ment funds. plants, only $31,000' for maintenance e
(Bradford School Supt. Tom Casey : ;: '
Starke post office will I.be. closed receTpl'iTTMWm{ aid by school Teacher raises In Bradford $69,935 for bus
Tuesday, July 23, by a "
all day on Saturdays starting' districts. t ; County for next year will transportation, $38.913 for
Bradford resident
Saturday, July 27, due to the pausing "As part of the Labor-HEW average about $1.500 and the ,food service, $119,248 for retirement
through Valdosta.' The article '
Congressional mandate to cut appropriations 'bill the provision ii r P county has: $344,000 in Improvement contribution,'' $14-;
back ''Federal employment to states: would be effective during ;' funds with whichto 838 remittance to Santa Fa

the June SO, 1963 level. By JACK R. IMIIXEB the current fiscal year. secure needed equipment, Junior College, and$45,000 to .

Hazen also said that starting "WASHINGTON (,AP)-Civil "The bill passed by the Home extra personnel and 1n-ser transfer to pay current loans.. Ii

July 1 there will be no further rights leaders say a Irttle- June 26 and before a Senate vice training. No such improvement It does not include a contingency I
extensions of city and rural noticed provision passed :by the subcommittee today appears' to funds have ever funds however. Supt. \

delivery until further notice. House would cripple the federal have a good chance of passingthe before been available to Casey Invited any board mem-

Prior to thk week, the post [ government' Southern Senate, according to a subcommittee counties such as Bradford. [Continued on Page 2] "'
office has been! open for window school desegregation$ program. spokesman
service from 8:30: a. m. "The provision sponsored by "The threat of cutting off '
until 12:30.: Rep. Jamie L. Whitten/ D- federal funds has !been the de :1
Mlss., 'prohibits use of federal partment's main tool for bringIng City Election ::
funds to compel ,busing of utu- about racial integration of .
dents to force abolishment of Southern schools.

Church any school or to force students "Civil rights officials said
to attend any school againstthe in a series of interviews that Set In September ;

Softball League choice of their parents. the crucial part of the provision
"'It says' the Department of Is that whtch deals with y> In ed 1053 .
:just a little over a. month again In beating Curl
Meeting Health, Education and Welfare the parents' choice: of a school
September ]0, a city electionIs Lamar Johns in a vote which ,
cannot use its funds for such for their youngsters."They i coming In which three city several veterans defeated by
+ lY i ii't. .
actions-or to force any such believe this would Si.v "t
councilmen will put their posts younger men. .
Tuesday, July 30 actions as a prerequisite for mean HEW: would have to accept the But
on Une.ChaIrman Wiggins won his seat
8:00: P. M. freedom-of-cholce deseg.rega.tlon I Orle Wiggins and beck'from Johns >In '02. He de .
Forester plans, even if the 6 i Councilmen Nell Tucker and P. feated Adro Brown In 1964 and '

Recreation Office County plans had failed to produce no I T. Nolin will be the ones facing was not opposed in 1964. H; > la.
Is SpeakerAt more than token Integration."The ; the voters.Councilmen a bookkeeper for the Florida

Supreme Court ruled Jimmy McRae State Telephone Co. >" .
(Old Armory) Rotary Club May 27 if freedom-ot-chalce and Gerald
After Heavy Rains Williams Olerk an accountant..Von
proves effective, "U Is accep Merrill Edwards Mayor Carl role' seat by defeating W.: H. .'
All) Churches of the Tom Bell. County Foresterfor' .
table but If .
It fails to undo .
Hurst and Police Chief R. E. (Billy) Noegel In a close race, .
Bradford and Clay Coun
County Are Urged to segregation, other means must Bobby( ) Biggs are In midterm l 61- 26. in September 1968..
ties discussed the "dying In
be to achieve this rod""Buoyed
having been elected in NoUn, a veteran educator 1 in
dustry" of gum farming in a by the officials Creek OverflowsA
ruling Alligator .
Send a Representative September 1967. Bradford schools, also won hi.
talk at the Rotary Club Wednesday of HEW's Office for Civil
Wiggins completing his first neat by defeating Noegel 1n .
/to This Meeting. Rights were confident they year as chairman, 1st the veteran September 1867, 606 to SSI ills .
Bell said there were only could complete mast of the : 9 3-4 'Inch downpour eat of Starke 'lust stand In water over two fret deep that) covered of the council! with 10 yearsof second primary rce. Nolln' '
four or five operatorsleft South the fall of 1069.
The CommunityState in Bradford gum County and by had They Wednesday through Saturday, July 17-20, flooded the. grade along side Alligator Creek whli they service dating: back to the10IO'a. succeeded Merritt Williams
previously set that time
attributed the decline to the for school Alligator Creek at the Starke Country Club line to reach their homes. Tucker is completinghis who was appointed to the.
as a deadline districts

Bank high cost of labor and the to compete desegrega east for more than. mile. County Sanitarian Jack Trawlck: attributedthe first term and Nolln is fin council in early 1967 when
ishing his first year after winning then-Chairman Carl Hunt,was
low price being paid for gum. tion. High water made the graded rood between flooding to simply too much water. Alll- the '
Beat vacated by State appointed mayor at UM deathof
Accounts now Insured Instead of the old methodof "The department. declined to RR-16 and SR-230 at the golf course impassable gntor Creek .Is) clear from Du Pont east throughto Farm Insurance/ Represent- Mayor Randal Chdtty.

up to $15,000 by tapping trees resin and give' any official Interpretation It ran over the road at least 80 trot! on both Rowell Lake, he *uy". The water running active Merritt Williams. A proclamation'declaring the'a

other gum produlta are now to the measure passed by the sides of the wooden bridge over Alligator down Into storks on a downhill !limply wait too All three men have indicated election will probably M en

Federal) I Deposit+ .....-. obtained as a by-product at House except to say HEW creek, causing severereddenta. to be unable much for the 10 foot deep creek to handle, he they plan to seek re-election acted at the Council's .August
the pulpwood mllla. and from strongly it.
opposes to 'leave their tames In automobiles for two _hi. although Nolln has left himself 6 meeting. Registration,books
toes Corp. the stump processing by Hercules 'Peter' Libassl, who was director ,
Powder Co.. he said. of the federal program day. It made the golf coune unplayable putting The creek h almost buck to normal now, Chairman room to back! out. are open now; about 2,200 residents =

The speaker was introducedby unto he joined the Urban water on hole 2. 8, and 6. Trawlck report. served on the council Wiggins two first are already registered
year Candidates begin
can quattfy*
Fred Olenn. Coalition a few months ago, Sanky Miller and three grandchildren above in the '
early 40'e. He was elect tag to August.'On ._(,__... ,

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Bonnie Graudon wpont the Mrs. Mary Beam celebratedher Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whitehead eral other appointments Mon- ended up spending closer to Salvation Army Ernest Trlest, contractor,
weekend with Susan Collier in 82nd birthday, anniversaryon of Brooksvllle. were weeV- n<1 $100,000, Hall said, near to spoke on the new courthouse
wI Winter Park. Sunday with a family get- guests of Mr. and Mrs Buss day.Kenyon B. Srgmer, 33, a pro- the bid they turned dawn. Summer Camp .:I.
.. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards. together at the home of Mr. Eberle.Mr. fessor of !history and political School maintenance personaldid Told To Civitans MADISON STREET <:
Jr. and family have moved and Mrs. Elbert Thornton on and Mrs. Jack Dewees science at Polk County Junior the work. I BAPTIST CHURCH : -

from the old Theressa Road to Kingsley Lake. Five of her sev- Jr. and daughter of. Hialeah College, was appointed the "It should be a lesson to The Salvation Army sum- Sunday, July 28 Sunday
417 W. Call Street. en children and their families were last week guests, of Mrs. third of four curriculum\ consultants us. We should not compete I held each
mer camp program Sihool, 9:45: a. m. Morning
GLADYS MOOTY Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Renner attended.Mr. Carrie Flitch! and Miss Annnte at $12,270 per year. With, private builders. We've year at the Bedford Lake, Worship 11. Youth Choir
Phone 9647608and were In Pensacola.. last Sundayto and Mrs. Boyd Cokerof Darby. Joining the family. from In} 1968-67 Segner was a lec- already spend nearly what the property of the Salvation: Practice,, 4:30: p. m. Youth Fellowship
UOc Friday on business. West Palm, Beach were Thursday to. Saturday was turer In education at the University bid was and still don't havea Army highlighted the Clvitan 5:46 .
Supper :
-- Mrs. L. H. Walker of Mul- guests of Col. and Mrs. J. A. Mrs. N. T. Rltch, also of Hia- of North Carolina and situation compatible with a last week. ; Training
""Mr. Mrs. A. s': Harrison Ricky Jackson is spending Griffin at their club breakfast Union. 6:15: ; WMU Prayer
berry and Mrs. Gray Gordon cottage on leah. In 1965 worked there training professional building"Nobody Bradford
.were In Fort LauderdaJe last several days !with his father and children of Sarasota were Lake Kerr from Tuesday to Sandl Morgan, daughter of counselors to work In Youth had a comment. T. A. Yawn,local chair- Circle, 7:15.: Evening Worship,
Week "Visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson Sr., In Bruns- Sunday visitors of Mrs. W. M. Thursday of last week. The Mr. and Mrs. Lcaton MorganJr. Opportunity< Centers and Job Complete detals and sup- County Judge Salvation Army "::30.
Harrison Jr. and family. They 'wick, Ga., where Mr. JacksonIs Wimberly. Griffins have as guest this ., spent Thursday Sunday Corps Camps for the Federal porting Information on the man for the fund raising Wednesday. July 31-Prayer
brought back their grandchll- working. 'Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Red- week Al-C Robert Haller of with her uncle and aunt, Mr. Government.He new school budget will be a- I summer camp of Meeting 7:30: p. m. Church
t jflran, Deldre, Man, Tommy and Mrs Keith Reves and sons dish and Mr. and Mrs.. SeeberGoodman Lakeland.. and Mrs. W. R. Shytle In Orlando has also been an Instructor available to the public at any drive, told of During the value the past Choir} Practice, a::30.
Richard Harrison, for a week's of Winter Park are visiting/\ her are attending the Mrs. Arlen MoKnlght and before going on to Dal- In history and social! .studies next Wednesday night. The Information six the or program.eight about 1.600 -Denton Sumrall.Pastor
'visit.Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Sheriff's convention at the son, David, have returned from las, Texas by 'plane to visit her at Florida State UniversityIn is kept on file\ in Bradford years youths have
: and Mrs .J. Huston Me- Woocin>urn, from Wednesday to Sheraton Hotel in Fort Lau- two weeks in Oxon Hills, Md. :cousins, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. 1961-63. the superintendent's office is County
Olana of Green Bay, Wis. and Sunday. derdale from Monday to Fri- where they visited Mjr. and Warren, and son for two Segner's wife, Louise, was avallabel' to the public at any been vacation given a one at' no week cost summer l; to TilE SOUTIISIDECIIUffClI
:Jj:Mr. and Mrs Bill MdClane of !Mrs. Don Koretz weeks. also appointed to teach at
Athens, Ga. are spending two Mrs. Preston Studstlll and day.Robert L. Harris Jr. of Jacksonville Mr. .and Mrs. J. :M. Harrell Miss Madge- Middleton is Starke Elementary. All Interested persons are them or to the county. OF CHRIST
Mike Cox, in financial
son were Frost- The need for sup-
weeks ''WIth Mr. and Mrs.
J !was a weekend guestof have returned from two weeks Other appointments approved
visiting Mrs. Marguerite Corn cordially Invited to attend the Invites YOUTo
.George B.: Flynn; Sr., and staying proof last: Friday, attending a vacation In North Carolina port has! arisen and Bradford
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns. in akeland this week. Monday were: Enid Leslie Cor- hearing next Wednesday
wedding and Mrs. Studstlll's asked to
visiting citizens
are now
at Kingsley Lake. Local admittance to Bradford and Virginia. bIn, Hampton Elementary;
Burnhamand Supt. Casey says. Hear
Mr. and Mrs.
mother, Mrs. Carl Lamb Roy contribute to this
: :Mrs. LJL FuUwood, attendedethe In Avon County Hospital this week Mr. and Mrs. Nate iJyal and children have returned Elaine Kay Brown, Lawtey Ploject'l
Garden Club District Five I Include: Alexander Rogers of Mr. and. Mrs. Beryl Casey from two-week vacation, with Elementary, and Mrs. I* A. Judge Yawn said. THE GOSPEL I
J Presidents Luncheon at the Mr., and Mrs. Mack Williams!! Raiford; Mrs. J well ;Richard, spent the weekend with Mr. friends a and relatives in West Thomas, home economics at Timber Suit It costs about $25 per child ,, .
Golden. Cduntry' Club In Ocalaon were In- Waycrosa, Ga. .last Keystone Heights;. Mrs. Julia and Mrs. Pat Casey in Fort Florida and Alabama.Mrs. RJffi' High for one week stay at the camp I
Wednesday week visiting ,their son-in-law Pendarvls. Lawtey; Mrs. Helen Myers. James Casey returned Transfer of Mrs. WaomeyAdklnson Judge Yawn said. He reportedthe )i OF CHRIST
2 :Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Davis and daughter Mr. and (Mrs. Black and Mrs. Catha Richardson with them to spend two weeks H. B. MtoLendon of Or- from Hampton, Elementary local Rotary Club has.
were vacationing in the mountains Charles MpQualg, and family. Lake Butler; and Mrs. with his grandparents, Mr. lando, who has been vsltlng her > to the. Bradford Mid. Is }Heard designated $500 to the project)I 8:30: Sunday Morning_
: lits North .Carolina end.Tennessee Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Morris Leola Rogers Miss Linda Bishop I and Mrs. T. L. Casey. brother and slster-ln-Jaw. Mr. die School was nilao approved and he hopes other organizations -
last week.. of Jacksonville were 'Saturday I IMersereau. and Mra. E. L. Matthews at will be willing to assist.j WPXE Radio Dial 1490
Aaron Paul, Mrs. Helen Mrs. P. ''S. Snow of Dublin In other action, the Board )
: Opl. Jimmy' Dowling left vtitors of Mrs. E. .L. Crawford.Mr. and Mrs. Carol Ann Kingsley Lake, left Tuesdayfor established the following pay Bradford County's remain- The Judge said the camp
Ga. and Mrs. McMillan I Worship
Betty Asheville IT.! C. where she ing 1995 timber tax suit which Service
a Sunday for 13 months duty in and Mrs. L. C. Worthof Hall of Starke. scale for: adult education Instructors often represents the only real
Vietnam, afte- three .weeks Canton III. are guests this Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jutte of Miami were recent- visitorsof will be. a guest of Mr. and Mrs : ,Rank I j (doctor's de- Container Corporation Is still living enjoyable experiencesome Sunday, 11:00: A.M.
:leave. *M, '. wok of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng. I John 1;?. Lowry, also of Orlando -: ) Rank I-A t'nnteotlnOl'. was heard Tuesday. of the youngsters ever'
and of Fort S$7.7000$9.50;
sons ( Recovery I'
._ Mrs. M. ft.-Judd and"daughter Crews. Ohio were Tuesday visitors of Mrs. H. M. Richard returned at their summer home. (master's plus 30-hours), $7- July 23, by the First District have. Bible Study Sunday
Monday from five weeks Court of Appeal in Holly Hill.
Suzanne, have returned Brenda and Marcia demons Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith. visit with Lt. and Mrs. HenryM. $8.8O; Rank II: (master's. degree County Judge T. A. Yawn Olin White was In charge!, t9 A.M. and 1 P.M.
from a three weeks trip to Holland and Oindy ParrIsh visited their Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly Richard Jr. In )K $6.70-48.10, and Rank!: the of the program and introduced. I US
Monterey, represented county at the 3 ML South )n 30.1
Germany- Austria! !. {and uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. have had as visitors Mr. and 'Calif.' and sight-seeing in the BHS PrincipalIs ICC (bachelor's degree), $589- hearings and Container Attor- the speaker. >.
,'jtaly. .: ttd: Parrish, In Jacksonvilleover Mrs. L. R. Tenley of Gaines West. $7.10. Supt. Casey said the ney Ed McCarthy of Jacksonville At; this meeting this week, ,*
-i Mrs. Lucile Davis was' visit. the weekend. ville on Sunday end Mrs. Richard rates were suggested by the
Sen. Charley- Johns and Je- argued for the timber
:;ing Mrs. Fred.JU Hafer II: and Larry Williams Miss Sheryl Wenzetil and daughtersof rome Johns and son Phillip, State Department, of Educationand firm

family,'Week. In Jacksonville., last Ward, Mrs. Sandy Alvarez and Gainesville\ on Tuesday. were in Orlando on business Appointed the county merely passeon The Court has taken Con- Working Man'sUNCH.
". Mrs. Faye Johnson: attended Joan Garner of JacksonvilleIs on Tuesday.Mr. the salary., If the School tainer appeal under consideration. -
unit::,,; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Goodge Board had set a lower rate, Ca-
the flower \
design school at the :spending two weeks wit
and Mrs. One' A decision will be announced -
lI'8J1d' Beryl Cagey :Continued from Page
son, .and, Mr. and Mrs. sey said, the state would allo-
George. Washington Hotel her Mr and
on grandparents and children returned to Quito, in due course.
:Jl'jyharlea":? Moody.. and daughter cate Mesa' funds to the l
i,' ,l>ent the weekend at ..the Jim- Sunday. Mrs. T. H. Slade, and with Mr. Ecuador Tuesday after 30 days nett of Lawtey Is recoveringfrom program. A similar suit, St. Joe Paper
Friends of Mrs. P' F. Flume and Mrs.Charles Sawyer, wihUe severe burns received in .
'"my Lee Cole cottage vacation here with Mr. and I Co. vs. Brown In west ;Florida
"::&n' .on Gran- will regret to hear that she her mother, Mrs. Jim Garner, Is Mrs T. 'L. Casey. an accident. la now' before the Florida Su-
.broke her hip In a fall at homeon confined with Illness. Debra Johns As principal of BHS, Dlggs Casey PreparesFor I preme Court. It was heard be- I
!:3:::0; Mr,. end'Mrk.George! : Hug- Saturday night and Is con- Mrs. Nelson Green will at- grandparents, Mr.Is visiting her will be paid slightly over $15- fore the First District Court I .
and Mrs. J. -
"Ins friends
& In Tampa fined In the Gainesville Medi- tend Christian Missions in of Appeals. .01: .
W. 000.The
Howard In Lake
Butlerthis I
tam Sunday; cal Center. Lakeland Board also approved sev- Fund Cut-Off -
n over the weekend. week. LLiU{ 96'I\ .
::2.I 1, Badcock Sets I \ i iI

,:: I tContinued[ From Page One] Open House For .

r hers to whittle on the budgetto This WeekendMr. I Meat :

I I.. I'I'I. create one when Rodney Three Vegetables Tea or Coffee
Hall questioned him. and Mrs.. Preston: :
n Stud. til1.{ owners and'man-
3O Budget debt service, for
SERVED 11 A. M. .4 P. M.
I L, 1968-89 totals $332.474. down agers of Badcock Furniture ) to .
lie Appliance Assiciate StoreIn
I $127.000 from 6763.< Revenuefor
II II I I the funds comes from Starke, Invite the public to I MONDAY THRU SATURDAY,
State Board of Education attend open house at the t."
bonds, $106,295; local monies store, 128 S. Walnut St.. this t
j ii.) going to pay off SBE bonds Thursday, Friday, and Sat- ; fI
,i. $40,362; race track revenue urday. i I
i.I $83.275: Investments, $115.275, Everyone visiting the store TUCK'S
I, and junior lien certificates, during the open house will DRIVEINMANAGED
$70.543 be given a free gift and may

The entire $332,474 goes to also register for prizes to be e

\ MALDNE pay off bonded indebtedness, given away at 5 p.m. Saturday "..
BY -. r
Interest, and to establish ,
"r for bond issues reserves / Mr. Studstlll announcedthat
j rr r- other costs cr: nected starting Thursday. Sept. BILLY MdORE ';;:z :
bonds. 5, the store will remain open
-.....,., Budget III, capital Improve-I until 9 p.m every Thursday. ;: ::;
I. ments, totals $335,170, far below :;-:;1 4K
1I 1 the 1967-08 level of $985-
"" '
t 860. Revenue comes from uncommitted -
e I funds available, or
II expected to be available-junior -
I lien certificates. $23,360; ACK
capital outlay and debt serv- j
I ice to accumulate with the

Both Pieces. state in 1968-69, $23,706; fed- j
eral funds due the junior lien

Mattress and Box Spring expected fund, $4,690 for ;Phase federal II of funds the Q. ) :" 1 1SCHO

vo-tech center, $58,658 and
the anticipated sale of $175-
000 In State Board of Educa-
8 tion bonds. tt

89 Capital improvement expenses I
.- will be: second phase

O y 't I Innerspnna; vo-tech $56.658: balance due
Twin or Full. on middle school $144.725; I
.1 t size set.iVfltWIffl furniture middle school, $70.- TERS--
V 513; architect fees due, $3.- .
II II4l''bA
526; Hampton Elementary t
Regular 119.95 kitchen, $5.000; middle school I {
paving, $5,000: BHS air-con- .SKIRTS
VALUED ditioning, $5.000: middle : v
school locker, $3.644. and a
cash balance of $41,104. SLACKS i iI
ft Budget IV, contracted programs
< Our finest value In BO I
year MALDNE";
> financed almost entirely
ConstructionFoam -
"Space Age"
oualitv manufacturing. with federal funds, totals .. I Ii
$128.526, down from $183.636
listed In the 67-68 spending i ,
J bill. Actually much less is
budgeted than is expected,
r Supt. Casey said.
u The federal monies will go
for: svatem-wlide administration. -
$10.758; !Instruction $86.-
is tI 544: secretary and clerical

I $15,457: equipment and materials -
$4429: ; retirement
contributions: $6.001, and
capital outlaw and other, $5.-

for bus driver custo-

over innerspring Mattress Silent-Seal box spring dians, and cafeterias proposedlast !
week by Casey and discussed I ;vct ) i iI

./.1.. A gentle resilient layer of foam that springs right 5. Even the bcHtdera ate multi-quilted to foam it's by the Board are included -
back to a comfortable, smooth, level surface for light, slim, and .Him. so beautiful that it seems a in the new spending I y
years and years. There are no cottons or sisals to shame to-oavf with(\ a sheet. bill tentatively approved.

lump up, squash down or sag. 6. The locked 4ge border gives an extra firm seat. also Board stated Member he Rodney thinks Hall the

{. 2. The beautiful gold blue and white wear-resistant i ing edge; prevents .edge-breakdown and f main reason the School Board /
decorator cover is Puff-quilted to foam for luxurious diatof eo. I had a deficit in 1967-68 was / /1. > .

surface softness. < : overspending in the renova-
7. The box spring is our advanced Silent-Seal dip
I 3. You need the gent/oven! head-to-toe, support of coated with .a heavy plastic coating to eliminate ford tion of High A-Building School. at Brad-
The Board
N Malone's carefully' designed and engineered 13 the possibility-of' noise, rust and.squeaks. authorized up to .$35,000 but Dyed to Match .
gauge steel innerspring coils. You're sure to awake 8. A "Space Ag cushioning between the Silent- a

more refreshed than: ever before. SeaJ.I swing!' mciit and the hardwood frame to

'f 4. Perfectly molded polyurethane foam corners insure insure, 0 quip. { pight's sleep. COUNTY THE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH .. .In new gorgeous Fall shades of gold and grey 1

that your mattress will retain its smooth, trim 9. The box spring frame is made of carefully selected two-tone. Sweaters are 100 o Acrilan acrylic .Inca'

shape, even after years of use woqds; foe. 1Ir.abiliWn.d{ ( long satisfactory servi.;o. Published' 138 every W. Call Thursdayat St.. choice of several styles, and guaranteed to )'vear. ,

for Skirts and slacks in bonded wool
Starke, Fla. 32091 one year. are ,
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Subscription Rates: selections are greatest.SWEATERS .
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{. In trade are: $UO per I
; year; $2.29 six month & SKIRTS $5.99 & 6.99

Denmark Fu rniture Co. Outride trade area: $4.00 .

!, per year; U. O lx months.E. SLACKS $6.99 '

M 434 W.. Call St. I L. Matthews editor and
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.,,'''rIRJlt;DAY, JULY 25, 1968 ..u.______. COTOTTT: TBUOBAPII. BTARKB.! FLORIDA .. Beetton! On Pan Three

Mrs. Charles Sawyer Cathy Hitchcock Diane Marie Davis 'David W. Jon Ell, voluntary Church of Jean Christ of

Man Charged Here Intoxication, forfeited $27.50 Latter-Day Saints
To Wed
Entertains For Is HonoredAt DansbyMr bond. [416 East CaU St] ?

1 Miss Karen Eubanks Bridal Shower and Mrs Edward M Donald Bert Eberle, reckless Services I
driving, fined 60 Priesthood 8:45: : SundaySchool
Davis of $6 court coats
Gainesville .
enter- announcethe Enters Alachua Suit Robert Leon Coleman, failure 10:00: Sacrament '
Charles Sawyer
Mrs. Miss Cathy Hitchcock, forthcoming marriage of 11:00. ,
to :
GLADYS MOOT tained at dessert-bridge last whose marriage to Sonny their daughter. Diane: Marie yield right-of-way and

PhoiM 964-7608 Saturday at her home honorIng Hines was an event of July to Mickey Dansby, son of Mr. Suit, for damages In excess of that the state bad! !failed to causing an accident, fined $6.50 Branch President i'-, -
court i'
Miss Karen, Eubanks ofChattahoochee 20, was honored at a bridal and Mrs. R. o. Dansby of $55,000 has been filed against prove the charge. Robert costs. Dean Hansen 984-6278 "
fiance of DaveLong. shower Saturday July 13, at Starke. I Alachua County Sheriff Joseph The suit claims ''that Med Swanson, BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH
failure to have' vehicle
Miss HitchcockIs Linda Kay HoltonIs the home of Mrs. J. T. Pre- The wedding will take place M. Crevasse and Deputy Ray ders suffered humiliation, embarrassment control and under acci- Sunday School 10 am.; : ."' ,
The 20 guests were seatedat Saturday 3, Newman in Alachua County; and mental and oauslng an .
vatt Jr. on N. Walnut Street.,, August at 3 p. m.1 dent, fined $6.50 court casts Morning Worship 11 a. m:
ComplimentedAt ComplimentedAt five tables In the Florida Hostesses with Mrs. Prevat'' In Weatslde Baptist Church, Clrcult.Court by a. ,Polk Coun- physical pain and suffering, Evening Worship .7:30: p. m,,; M

Dinner Party Bridal Shower room where arrangements of were Miss Tonda Dixon, Mrs Gainesville ty man who was arrested in impairing his health.It ADD MACHINE ROLLS, Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. m.:
mums were used. I' All friends January on charges of Impcr- Is also pointed out in the
yellow Johnny Johnson, ad Mrs. W and relatives of File Folders, complete line of- Wednesday-Rev. J C.. Hester "1'
After several progressionsof the donating: an officer.A. suit that Medders requiredto
couple are cordially in- was
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turnerof Miss. Linda Kay Holton C. Dixon lien minpHf! ,,.-The Telegraph *, pastor ..
awarded O. Medders is SherIff hire "
bridge, prizes were vited to attend the weddingand suing an attorney and to be tJ H
the State Farm entertained bride-elect of August 3, was The gift table was centered .
J. T. Staab. Mrs. Crevasse and Deputy Now from His
to Mrs. / the reception at the away job.
at dinner' party Friday honored at bridal shower with a Pink and white styro-I.
a a Randy Johns, Mrs. Marilyn church. 1''' .L. man for false arrest. The suit charged 'that the PORTRAIT ;
Miss Cathy foam bridal cake. The refreshment ,
night honoring last Thursday evening given
Roberts, Miss Margaret Dun- Medders Is charged In Brad- arrest was "actuated by ma- "
'Hitchcock and Lloyd Hines Dee Walters and Miss table was covered lass SPECIAL :,
by Miss can, Mrs. T. H. Slade and I Social ford County, on a warrant lice" and that It was 'consent l ? s;
the couple's wedding at the homeof with a red linen cloth and Honoring i ,
following Haddock
Mrs. George Winkler. signed by Bradford Deputy ed to, approved and ratified"by One 8 x 10 Silver tone
rehearsal. the latter on Raiford Road. The hostess presented the centered with a punch bowl Donald RamseysThe Sheriff Glen Moore, 'with false Sheriff Crevasse.: i' 7.95 Value ,
at around which was a garlandof
Vicky Turner met guests One game was played and honoree with a wedding candle ly reporting a crime The More than $3,000/ :in compensatory

the door and served appetl- Mrs. Betty Register. won. the. with holder as a memento of fern and white pompoms. Young Married" Cou- charge Is based on an alleged damages and more ; ONLY 89c' ":
cers. The buffet table was prize. ", I the occasion. The 16 guests played games ples class of Pine Level Bap- false report made by Medders than OOOO In exemplary 2tt ...

covered! with a white lace After the opening of gifts during the awarded.party hours and hat Church honored Rev. last January 27 that he was damages is being asked. I r One offer per
cloth over a pink underlay into prizes were and Mrs. Donald Ramsey of stopped by two police officers Although the alleged robberywas s
the guests were Invited family
and was centered with wed- Luncheon Given The hostesses presented the MeSQuite Texas at an Ice a mile and a half north of reported to have taken I .
the dining room where Miss gA' 'a No limit
ding bells and'green ivy. honoree with a vegetable age
: cream social Sunday night Wa 1: This was flanked by pink Walters served punch centeredon from a For Miss HoltonMiss server as a memento of the following the evening serv- Judge T. A. Yawn set bondat ders reported It in Bradford ? A! Groups $1.00 per
tapers' in crystal holders and crystal punch table. occasion. ice. The arty was held'' at $800 returnable July 30 in County and 4s charged herewith ,4 r a ,, person
rink:' and white bridal rib- a lace covered Linda Kay Holton, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Plea Day proceedings in Coun- falsely reporting a crime.MAYOR'S ,

bon. A wedding bell cake was Arrangements of summer bride-elect, was honored at a Birthday Dinner. Robert Sapp at the State ty Judge's Court. I PIXIE SHOP ....
for dessert. flowers were used In the party Inn
served luncheon at the Holiday Farms In the suit, Medders said he '
The guests of honor presented rooms. on Saturday, given by Mrs. For H. B. StokesHenry Rev. and Mrs Ramsey, was going through Alachua 114 W. CALL ST.

gifts to their attenl- The 25 guests Included Mrs.' L. E. Jordan and daughter, former Starke residents, County on Jan. 27 and stopped r o''

ants and received. gift from J. O. Holton, mother of the Elaine, of Jacksonville. B. Stokes celebrated were visiting friends here I at Schcnk's Bar south of Wal- In Starke Carl Hurst heard four FRIDAY JULY 26 HRS.126' -. I IJ
the) tio ts. bride-elect, Mrs. JoAnn Be- Bridal place cards market his 78th birthday anniversary over the weekend.DixonHobbs. do on U. S. 301 at about 8 p.m. oases Mayor's Court .
: Enjoying the affair with dell, mother of the bride the seating arrangement for I dinner party at his home on where he talked to Newman, Tuesday night, July 3: '

:Miss Hitchcock and Mr. Hines groom-elect, and Mrs: Eddie the ten guests. Centering the Sunday. July 21 DateIs the Alachua deputy. .
vf, their parents Mr. and Walton sister of the bride dining table' was a bride doll Enjoying the occasion were: Medders claimed that after '>>>> >; ;> '>

Mrs. Joe Hitchcock of the groom-elect,- both of Ormond and a garland of greenery Mrs. oleeta Lewis and Cathyof AnnouncedMiss he left the bar and was traveling -
state; Farm" and Mr. and Mrs Beach. extended the length of.the Alma, da., Mr. and Mrs north toward Bradford ] ---

Lloyd Hines Sr. of Lake Ciity; table. Earl L. Stokes of Columbus, County he was stopped and i Ul8
Tonda Dixon, daughterof
hostesses as-
The were
Leave The To Us During .
Cooking .
:members of t'.ie wedding par- The hostesses presented the Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Jasper robbed toy a group of persons :
In their mot- Mr and Mrs. W. C. Dixon, '! .
sisted eering by .
ty, and Miss Diane 'OlUlam hers, Mrs. 6. L. Peek Jr. and honoree with a sterling silver Byrd of Hampton, Mr. and< and Richard Lee Hobbs, eon of which, he said, included New- -"'I"'''...Jto/..."""............ .f'...".'.."
of Tltusvllle. house guest of Mrs. C. S. Hadcock. cake knife as a memento of Mrs. C. J. Tetstone Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs, man.On These Hot Summer Days!

the Hltchcocks. the occasion Mrs. Frank T. Scott and will be united In marriage' on arriving In Starke he notified -
Mrs. O. a. Dixon William here, tha suit
family police
August 30 at 8 p. m. in the The Delicious
pleasant, relaxing atmosphere is in keeping with our truly
) Jeffrey Byrd Buddy and First Baptist Church with a states, and was then brought

Lois Thigpen, Mr. and Mrs reception following in thee back to Alachua. County wherehe Meals.

Sonny Hinton, Bessie fellowship hall. was turned over to deputies -
Williamson, Mr. and Mrs and arrested on chargesof
All fiends and relatives
Faye Padgett, Lorrie and Gerald Invited to atend.Birthday Impersonating: an officer on Whether it's a Family Affair, Din- .,

Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Edd an affidavit sworn by Dep. ,
ner for Two or 'a Business Engagement "-
S. 'Polk. Mr. and Mrs. Olan Newman. r

I I Wayne Polk, Mr. and Mrs. Dinner Medders was kept at the Ala- our friendly, courteous

Robert Johnson Victoria For Mrs. JohnsonMrs. chua County Jail for seven
Johnson, Mr and Mrs. D. E. hours before posting ""bond. service strikes a note of gracious

I Stokes, Cora Stokes. Sandy Faye Johnson was At his trial June 10 in the

Scott, and Mr. and Mrs. Al- surprised at a birthday dinner Alachua County Court of Rec- hospitality ns
vin Davis and children. in her honor Saturday ord, Judge Ira Carter ordered
ohb :: a : night at Noegel's Restaurant, that the Jury return a verdictof
innocent for Medders
on a
StarlingThorntonEngagement flven by members of the Colonial -
motion Medders'
by attorney
Florist softball team.
Our Delicious Buffet
ToldMr. Try
The honotee's birthday,cake
LAYAWAY was shaped like a softball
and Mrs. Oran Thorn- SERVICE BCmCDITLE
diamond< complete with mini- "
ton of Jacksonville announce lure players. -ST. EDWARD'S, CHURCH Served Daily .

the; approaching marriage of Those attending/ Included .,

their daughter Theresa to members of the team and Starke Sunday :Mass: 9:18: a. m. TWO HOT ENTREES '4
Dan Starling, son of Doyle Lunch Buffet
SALE their husbands 6:30 $$1.25 r'
Starling of Lawtey, and the Thursday Mass : p. m.
Miraculous Medal Novena:
Saturday. 7 m. 11:00 to 2:00
The wedding will take place p. .a.m. : p.m.
Confessions. : 0 m. and 7
Saturday. July 27, at 7:30: p. West Weldon St. and Raiford
.' p m. SALADS
in the Hartvllle ,
m. Baptist Road ., t
2Biv iliXltSH '. ; Church, Lane Avenue, Jacksonville Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. -ST. WtLLTAIvrg cmm, 'lf
} Dinner Buffet $1.75
with a reception In 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship; Keystone Heights. ROLLSBUTTER -

.,. the church fellowship hall. 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services: 7:00: Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. m.
All friends and relativesare Services. TEA COFFEE 5:00 to 9:00 '
p. m. Evangelistic and ::00 a. m.Wednesday : p.m. : p.m.
invited to attend Wednesday: 7:30: p. m, Mid-
: Mass and Novena -
week Prayer Meeting I
7 p. m. ,,
Pastor: Lester F. Richardson. -
-ST. MARY CHURCH. -_ ; ---- &
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ll writer Stands Desks, Chairs, MacctoruiT. ::; AW

tH1G".II wq4 Safes. Bradford County TYPEWRITERS: Manual or Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m.

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*' RESOLUTION BUDGET II-DEBT SERVICE Madshal. Friends Are pl a ed Jacksonville.!

''Pursuant! { to the provisions of Section 237.12 Florida.. Stajt1992 Anticipated Receipt OEO Award for Poverty Nark ,to knorwthat :Mr*. Plem Star- C. Sellers of Auburndale and visitors of the wloores..
lirfg Is at home again Utter several their son. W. S. Crews of Jack Mr. and Mrs. George Shu
e '>>t,,,. 'AoUc6 Is hereby given that'a public hearing'; 8h la 1 S. B. E. Bonds : weeks the hospital.Spending sonville.Mr. ford spent; last wekengl with
.iflld ""by ;the Bradford' County Board of Public. Instruction Receipts' MJI,7-I" Shuford's brother end ls-
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I Goes To Herman Johnson the week with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ben-
: "on"Wednesday, July 31. 1968 at the hour of 7:00: P.M. in the)? Investments 60,
: CountyBoard.Meeting; Room in ,the Courthouse ait. Starke; Diet One Bonds Mrs. Pearson's brother and da- funeral of his cousiriv 'Robert II Shuford In Tallahassee,.- and

. (FttoijrWa.! .for the purpose of discussing: with the citizen of the? Receipts I .Herman Johnson of Law- challenge Is In the Isolated: ter-in-lawl Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crawford at Primitive Bajptist visited Panama Beach.'

: wun1the oposed school budget of said county for the. fls- (42,000,000 H .8 mill) 33,600 ., tey has, been announced as, rural areas ,'and you have Camp and children. Church on Saturday, and visited hre. weahlIDarliMepTnj\!!

. eat year beginning July ,,,1, 1968 ending June 30, 1969 which Cash ,Balance 0,702 40,362. recipient -of a Rural Service met It by' working to help Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Davis of relatives here until Sun Mrs. ole Carter'wevs 'yisttftig

' 'budget Is: Certificates of Indebtedness Award from the Office of Improve the 'quality of,rural; Jacksonville. were visiting Mrs.Davis's day. her jbrothernln-law and.plater,

." R.PROPOSED: BUDGET 196869BRADFORD Receipt*iRaclng Economic Opportunity, according life. Awards can never repay 'brother-in-law and Mrs Will} Edwards' of Starke Mr. and'Mws.! JohnrAmiajMi/ _> BOARD OF PUBLIC to Bertrand M. you for this unselfish# I sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark, la visiting her brother and her son, Earl Denmock: : and
) Commission Fund 83,279 "
Harding acting regional dir- dedication 'to' the welfare ok the first of last week. ter jn.I8IW, ,:Mr. and Mrs. W. family and other'relative* in
: BUDGET OPERATING Investment 82,000? 315,275, : Mr.: and Mrs. W. M. Douglasand s18-1
ector of OEO in Atlanta. your fellow man b"ui. they'd.o Moore, this week. Jacksonville last week.
. Anticipated Receipt children of Miami visited Mr. and Mrs. J. W. I
.. Johnson Is a Bradford affirm our deep Appreciationfor
Jr.: Lien Certificates .
' July 1, 1968 June 30, 1969 I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter last
e. County school trustee and a your work on behalf of
.. Federal Sources 23,690 -23, 90 Receipts. --Racing I I' member of the CUBS Economic I the poor"All weekend. They were enrouteto --- .
r Commission Fund 28,800 spend their vacation In the
: of the candidates were
State Sources Agency. NEED READY CASH'
mountains. Other visitors of
Interest Earned 1,742
: .MiFP: 1,758,158 Harding paid "16 community nominated by OEXXs were
the Carters Mr. and Mrs.
:. Adm. SBE Bonds ,I 8M !Investment 40,000 ,70,543 leaders and three organizations regional offices on the basis Wesley Arwood m of Michigan -
in Florida "whose dedicated of their efforts to the; \'
: :Race Corn Funds 3 ,IIOO GRAND TOTAL 332,474 help and Mrs. Pearl Cordon and ; Come See Us
efforts to alleviate the poor 1n their communities. .
e 'Textbooks 22,153 granddaughter Jerry of Lake
problems of the poor in rural Awards were sent to War oh
: Education 4.000 Butler on Sunday.
' License I 3.200 BUDGET III-CAPITAL. IMPROVEMENT America have helped createa Poverty agencies workers Visiting ;Mrs. T. L.. WainwrIght aim' We make loan for
3t Tag ,
., better life for our citizens"receive volunteers ,,public officials Jack 'Rite
Salee Tax Retlreenmt Matching ,,100,480 li924,29 Anticipated Receipt '. the OEO award.In and newspapers'' In over SaO on Sunday were any 'worthwhile pur
Uncommitted funds availableJr. awards of Wainwright family of Waycross7 ''r1 1 pose .
presenting the America's rural communities -
' Federe't'..t through State Agencies < ; Ga. and Louie L: Waln- i P
23,960' .
Urn Certificates Harding said:
Tallahassee.'Mr. and
School lunch acct 25,313 211,313 wrigrht) $25 to $600
; difficult
: C. O. & D. S. Balance 51.756 "America's most Mrs. Frank Walnrlght and
C. O. & D. S. 1968-69 23.706'I children of Jacksonville were
Current 420,000
: County 420,000 Due Jr. Lien from Federal Funds 4,690 Church visiting the first of last week. .
land attended
-- Incoming Tfianarere; 2nd Phase Vo-Tech Center ,60,053, :tettttyttstte7mm .sln'g-Baptist' Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Brown q ; i Too many payments
a i1 .- luterest Ruerve Fund 1,742 and children of Weatover, Mass ,
835,170 -
Anticipated Sale SBE Bonds 175,000 "
to ?
Church in' Alachualast make
S Oomm. Tex. Assessor & Baptist were visiting' Mr. and Mrs. s

: ot .. -- Tax'Collecior, .' 3.360 11,102 Anticipated Expenditures -. .' Saturday evening. Earl. Teston and Mr. and Mrs. -Too many bills to

::1' I3alan ea-at' Beginning Yea. ; Bond Payment 35,000 I & By Rosa: BIaac and picnic The Methodist Sunday School} onnie Teston on Thursday of .
was held at Strickland'sLanding1 last' week.
.Qub Balance .202 Interest J17.000 payToo
: .A& last Thursday after-
A A \ & .At Mr. and Mrs. Monso Tatum. many taxes
: Advance 11.276 11,478E Other CentReserve 43O ,
noon. Everyone enjoyed the
'I' ,
'cnuRcH"ACTIVITIES Mrs. Pearl Booker of Deand
Yr. End 1809 83.786 106.295 ,bountiful' picnic ,
; dinner ad a coining dueT
Mr. and Mrs. MelvlnWeaverand
E .. 2,409.778 Highland .
; ; :: gone visit 'ApproXimately 100
children and Mrs.
Bible School 'i\U4U begin Mon- r. and
Bonds 22.0Q0' took
: MtlclpatedExpendituree I, InterestOther 10.160BO, day, July 29, end continue part In this'pleasant affair Myron Knuth and children of Let Us Help With Your Money
: I :.July'I,14J68 June 30. 1969 through Saturday Ougust 3. I Bovnto Beach were last week

S .System Wfde Adm.. ._ I 745,745 40.145 Time 7 p. m. ea h evening. All Mrs B. E. Reddish attendedthe visitors of Mrs. George Rob Problems
To (Comm) 3,360 funeral of her aunt .
Operating ;iMrs erts at her
; cottage o Crosby
: .In8t-.t- ...C''" I .. Children. are welcome. ;; :, .
40,362'Banda Jim (Ada) Thomas tn Grove-
I Cash Balance Lake
Grace Methdtat l Vocation BIble -
Professional Peril. 1,611,391.Irlst.
..Sc11ootwiWbe'.heidetrig \ : land The Thomas family for' Visitors of Mr. and !Mrs.
; )
: Support Per. 100,800 1 ,eoO.. merly lived In Lawtey.' At onetime Pierce Crews during the week 964-7449
,, August l d and continuing' I 226 N. Temple Phone
: Secty. CIerlca.1 23.455 Interest 62,225" ,' through the following {Fridayat I Mr. Thomas. aeryed as.:) were his nephew Harry Sapp ,
j -
. Textbook; 22.153 Other CO
9 o to 11 each morning. All

: Supplies, Equip. &- Mat .156.917 ::1,914,696 Investment, Yr. End 1969 48,000 115,275, Children are Invited.' .
. ,r'atSon .
Grace Methodist: Sunday
of Plant I I Interest 48,750:"' t '
: School 96'1L: m.. Worship 11
: artes ,59SlD Other 60 'I.. ;' a. jn, Choir! practice.Wednaa-;

: ..Heat 'I+ .111OOD Transfer to Operating 1,742 .'J.; t r: day\ 7:30: p"mP; .' 1

: Utilities '. I 42.000 Investment: Yr. (End 1960 40,000 1o.M2 First papttetSunday;

: .MuppUes 'I.I ; 5,000 117.310 School 9:45: ''av m.- Worship 11 To all those dealers
032,474 a. m., and 7.;''SO p. m., Training

: :Maintenance of Plant q : Anticipated Expenditures Union 6:30 p. m. Midweek ser

: Salanu'' 19,401) Vo-Tech 2nd Phase 66,658 vices Wednesday 7pm.
Contracted Services .t 2,000 Balance due Middle School 144.725. .. ".w -"\" T Church of God: Sunday
' Other Expenses 9,600 31,000 Furniture !Middle School 70,513 ., School 10 a. m? Worship 11 a.
m. and 7:30: p. m., YPE Wed. who'iust dropped prices :
Auxiliary Services ", .. Architect fees due 3, 26'. new-lay 7:30: p. m.Xllghland :
(Hampton Elem. kitchen ,OOO ., '' Baptist: Sunday
: Transportation 69,935 -
. Middle School paving 8,000 School 9:45: a. m, Worship 11 .
Food Service 26113
' Bradford High-air conditioning 8,000 a,. m. and 8 p. m.. Choir Practice .
Health Services 2,800 99.648 Middle School-lockers 3,644 : 7 p. m. Prayer meeting welcome to where we

Fixed Char1res ," ". Cash Balance 41,104. 335.170 Wedn0day. m. "
e Rev. Lanvhon, a former pas-
InlSuJ'Bnce ( 8,000 .
; Tate tor, brought the .message at
a Interest on Loan ,500 r "''Sale of Bonds pending Increase tn state ,! If Nojtbside Baptist Church on were

. Comm. to Tax.\'SIleIl" & r': II I not 'sold will\ be necessary; to finance projects by securing Sunday.

: Tax Collector \ 3.300 a 237.27 loan. Revival services were held at :

Contribution ,to Ret 119.248 131,048 I.i i Northslde 'Baptist: Church last ,
I . .. ,
'- .
:Jr. Co1lege BUDGET) CONTRACTED PROGRAM FUND If. W-"W 'w J0/ Monday through 'Friday .

t wltha largo attendance?Rev.
' Remittance to Santa Fe Anticipated! Receipts .
Federal Sources I 'I' I \ I I Vernon Johns of 'to .
: College 14.838 ;,,4,838
89-10 Title I r' 1 I 81,911 'I* 4 brought a ,good me0Mge each .-

: Outgoing Transfers 89-1Q( Title III f I 94.933 ., evening and good.music. 'There

: Accounta Payable 8,650 ,From Operating L .' l,58f 1 T; were several rededicated and

. Debt 43ervice-Cur' Loan 45,000 several l n.membe.We: wishto ;

To Budget IV 1,587 M.23'l ''Fund Bal. July 1, '68 T 20,095 028,526: .thank our mighlboring Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds

S Reserve 256 Anticipated! Expenditures t '".., churches and!..the special sing- says;

System Wide Adm.r, t 10,758 ers that ''helped ''to make Jhe

GRAND TOTAL 2,409.778 Instruction "- 86.544 revival a success.

t Secty. & Clerical "'- 15,457 .s .' 1t The children's choir 'of Hi&hMlsc. :- If the car isn't as sharp as the deal.

, w .".. Equip & Mat 4,129

". Retirement Contribution 6.001 why bother ?

Capital. OutlayU>tfh>r 5.637 128.526 ,

Complete details of each separate part of the school budget'

umparlzed abov. are jon file and are available for:public in- \
.. .
: ..
I ,.pecUont-iha office of;She County Superintendent of Public '

.Instructional the' courthouse; Starke, Florida and will also ,

.toe !i YHbi" tor' a ch' ,public hearing' together with all' supporting -, .

statements and Information. All interested persons are .

N2ii'Eietii.PHnthe cordially Invited to participate in the public hearing and dls- :. S E. : :

; ; : cud ensuing the year.school program and budget for this county for the .. ,. ,. .. ., -. ,.

-....... ..- .. Thomas 1.. Casey!' Jr., Secretary: and
'- ... Superintendent of Public Instruction .
I .

Bradford County. '. :

IV 1908, then and there. to show :
(' >UWTY.-J1'DOE'S CO1HT. cause, If any there. be why theprayer. 'If 'U'S ,
j IN AND *-OHIIHAUFOHD of said libel should. not : ;
COUNTY be granted by calming a true .'
FLORIDA and attested. copy of this cita-
In re'. Estate of tion and order. of notice to be.
jI SAMUEL J. T. ORADY. a-k-a published In Bradford County.
lU V. 8. J. GRADY deceased Telegraph a newspaper printed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS' at Mtarke., Florida. In the county.
e All creditors of Samuel J.> T. of Bradford. It being a newspaper '
Orady, a-k-a Rev; S J. Grady publiHhed at or nearest. .
who died. on September. 27, 1167 the last known place of. _realdenoe < :
while a resident. of Barberton. .of the llbelee. In this
Summit County Ohio, are note ._te one. each week for three
.fled that they are. required. to week. successively. the last
that. to be. at least fourteen -
file any claims demands publication
they may have against his, day. prior. to the. return '
. .Estate Jn the office of the. day.
jCounty) Judge of Bradford It Is further ordered. that NoW!
'C<>unty. Florida, In the courthouse the. clerk .hall send.< by registered .
( at Starke, Florida with- mail with request for a
tin .Ix calendar months from return receipt. a copy of the I
she -date of the first publication libel and order attested by him
of this notice. Each clnlm within ffpve-n daye .arter'filing. ;
to the llbelee at the. last known
' or demand must be In writing
Dl Rex-Rotary Means- ,and filed In duplicate, and must postofflce addrewsr. and to the ,
iI QualitySimplicity Mate the place. of residence. and I relative. or friend .as stated. In ,
p.r. .
Richard H- KaefeClwk
oltilmant and 'be the
: : ..:i'rnr.. ( "s
I claimant, his attorney Esquire
Cleanliness Cntalfo..
or It will become voida.x'ording Alfred ,
to law. Att'x for Ijlbelant WHILE THEY
,Dated. July 15. 1988. Dover, New HampHhlreThe LAST.
Will F. Sulb for going In a true copy \
e l bOtO All Models Use Printers Putt I\ Resident. Agent. and nt citation and order. for pub'
I Attorney for the. 1 Ilea lion.
; 1 Ink Won't Leak or Run. i, Ancillary Executor. Attest: Richard II. Keefe.. ClerkRichard
Thhimaa &: Pierce. H" Keefe .
AttorneysP. ,.21\\ 8t. 8-8
10. Drawer. 1010Stnirke.

y ><*lrst.. publication Fla on the. 25th TYPEWRITER RENTALS: .
. '
.re. day' of July. A. D 1988. Day week or month.-Brad. ; A
Will F. Sulb
... Attorney. ford County Telegraph.-Phone
7-2M( 4t 8-15 964-6S05. If

?: The TELEGRAPH Is Proud To Announce \ TRIG STATE Of


: : A Ncyr l. The 88SUPKRIOU, COURT / // { k
Dealership Complete Line 'February: Term 106S GLASSFOR ,
. In the matwrof a for
divois.a and other. relief. which' ,
Is norw pending In the superior. EVERY PUROSEItlirrors
Bohn Rex'Rotary Spirit Duplicator And Miniit court for said county of.Btraf- US ,301 HOHTH MOM 96U-7SOO
ford i the original >of which Is
J'''fl!; on fllVe; In such ;court and maybe STARKE '
e examined' by Interested. par. FLORIDA
graph Machines; And Sup piese! ties as foJ l'e,,'ow.till r of the case befog FOR EVERY PURPOSE .

awl. ,. ice Haley, Br.Shirley.
> Haley
It art"..arlnif that the r...l- ,
dente. or the llbelee. Is unknown. CO.
'It .Is ortlered. that the llbelant I U.I ttil ","il l
Bradford County Telegraph give noil: PS to the llbelee to appear 171.4315372.4353 You first
Putting Keeps Us First
to 1>.. hd41dsa'at'rrover"Sn"siltcounty ( ; 1JU ".w. 4411. .
r\l Btrafford, on the c.h..m.
I first Tuo, .]ar 9t 8epteuiber

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JULY 23. 19SK 1Amti7PJ0 ooirn'"'' mfnSp1L!' .wr/tum./ .namA Section One h"{ ,1HnI
po -

too a champion you're goingto Florida. Charts. A Darby .,

I This Is The W'G'Y/ It I Was' : In 1390! ttiy Coach have who has Hurso to' act teccntly urges like. moved one any' "new to I.fine The August Oum."! Commission 1, .1968 Sale reRP.rvesj of Clerk ford I County of Circuit Florid Court 1h of Braf!7ra.". .1/

I Bradford, Comity ''and would .the right to reject any or 9J :* tl
like to try out for football to bids. THIS WEEK ONLY )

I (Items from the January 81, home at Wateroak Monday, the Married! ... ': gilt\ In touch with him immediately Al J. Day j I

1890 .Issue .f The Telegraph' ) 27th il8t.t" TJmbrelto China trees for sale ,Santa Fe Chuixjh cem! t,cy.; oit 11, '"at'''l!'. residence 'ot the good in the :|I 7,18:, 2t 723] 1 I--
at : "office at from lOc to 50c I II' '. 'n IHde'J; : 'other Mrs." Jones, ''poach participation ,; cmiitcii or non -- WORTH i.
the Sunday. 'q; by .
: : The RW J. B Davit Mr: N. D Gridders Not t / :weight program and. good I load-. i j'I N 4lr or Api>ll n Apiece.: prisoner escaped\, from :> ; Working ershtp by our seniors. I 422 N. St. Clair St. Statke Tat l.f.,1 On The ;
,\ .A':9ut" a hundred crates of the jail last\' Saturday night. .WVnn t*>.(l da* Lucy; Jonqs.pn > "So far, we have had rtclth- ,,,, Sunday School 10 a. m. Wor- NitUfm Mel.\ .hereby KII.IH, F 1 N. 12 FOOT WID' ".'
frlvon. tltnt
straWberries leave)Starke. everyday JaH break4ttth" -oc.4tfAl4' sund4y' 'night J'IL'IL1'' at er. ship! services, 11 a m. and T J. Aldnrmnn! thn 1 holder of 2 BEDROOM
1tThe JI ex 'e.si. mon occusteeace +tottp4Ar/sotleyr tho frmme{ of Ui. b'tde's'fa-* Responsibility is an aw- 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting, Iho( frillmvlnir. roi, .iririitua I has MOBILE..HOME "
beauty of Madison street that ItMr. faibFto.xciMht'1IJIIY\WiPt.. thqc. lytr.\ 0..').{.Alvarez by Rev Hurse DeclaresBradford some thing that most young Friday, 7:30: p m.-Rev. L. S. filed. MUM tn ho certificated(tanned thnrnon for A, The tnxriiwd 'ONLY <
Is marred by a lot of old lum- .. 3.: >:i1.t"T.anpie.; >< ber piled !in the ditch. phosphate ; WMWfltoad to Miss Prances At- it limiinnii, the I..rlllIon of
landa1noutllt Sflatt. they have accepted It. The the. property| ,, and th<' nnmnn. In '
If you cant keep your sidewalk Ida on-'*big. doom and,itbjct.,* ... I consequences of this letdown Is uhlfh It wee. aHHenMud are BH $13.93 :
\ in 'repair, take it up and number ofisiU" ar have ttoeen: ': \\\I; eyQninJ', Jan. 2J,,, High ,Athletic of bettering that record. usually covered in heartbreak, I TO BID follows, : ,:t .,
get ot out of the way. made'nea. i1t.ntownn9(""" .t t. 'at Qi_ te B dencQ of T.' W. sweat. rector and Head Football. DI'I But Tuesday July 23,. Coach and defeat. BY fKHunnpA(titiinto I9nilDonrrlptlon' .No. 105 Year of Including Delivery: .

The lucky ticket 1010 hail du Ing .the-psalt we.k.bht' Rm r, < ,:BJ, Davis crffictatli, David Hurse is worried Hurse issued ,the following "BH3 has the tlnest 10 I STATE PURCHASING of Property t.o-t| Set Up.-Sates Tax t.....
not called tor the music box at Mr. ands! m: Turk. and eon, Mfr. J.'W' .'podges to Miss Fan.. his 1968-69 griJders are not. message to his players:. l football. record of school year) I COMMISSION! TALLAIIAS- tiff 10 of. ULK :2 of Dowlint' :: Park Insurance& C'reditLlfe

ruby) ,.gternburgr\>> & Co. of New Totkestatex1iadA.ai,;. .itte. fw 1. :Mr. Hodges la ouryoga working out now with'weights These boys have a tremen in .,the State of Florida any, 84-17- {I SEE FLORIDA NAme In which assessed! O,
A Courtland rived for the) .. :popular merchant. to In for fall dous of D. I Ki-rsoy t:stAll
platform spring w4fttert,1'nhe..rThey :> \ : qnd get shape practice amount potential; This record Competitive Sealed Bids will:
wagon can 'be purchased cheap are tttapptaffwiUUfMna.K. wend\ JIi1.l Ia9, Fannie the youngest' iwdilch begins in 'mid-Au.:, could' go alj! the way. theY'1(16. responslb.lity:was, and built hard:on I:, be received by the State Pur I I the County ol said at i):opnrlf lliHdford., being, Slate In A. B.. C. ....

for cairh. Inquire at this office Strong an4xat! > 1Y''lt,. Mr' ;r t t wof Tate Powell, M. D., gust.The "However, 'they nave wasted work. Without these ingredients chasing Commission, until I ot FlorlilttIJnlOH8 ,
.Mr.'H. S. Walker will builda Mr.'Si>'''. Weinple:reports. the hlgh-tIly1nlf'I'omado footballers valuable time this the 1968 11:00: A. M, on the date shown." said: CTrtlflcale I or' cerllfloiitpM -. OI:
summer: by Tornadoes will
residence': upon his lots .on Melrose' aftdtOrien Cove.taX\-\ Robert: Cooper won two'straight Class: not working diligently on their. face certain defeats for the following: cniillnfr, to shall law I ho tho redennied property do an-* Mobile, Homes
Walnut 'utr. as soon as the road completed-'and ready tor .,",* A state championships but weight training program The 1! Bid Blanks, Conditions andi I "", 'J h,1 In HIK'h i-ortlflcate or
lumber can be gotten out. business;''.H*:took a
Rev. Shans, the new pastor entire length,
of the Method*:t church, has wttlttftlMmt .wctti: MrrS of spring practice in'May the If rcsponsjbllity entrusted Commission, William D. Blox-. month nf August I 198R. whlilv,
\ ee. kf"tHottert necessary we were to be the I to you by teamrmtc'.s IN the", Dth day,, of August, 1! ((1HDiittd ., Jacksonville' '*
arrived with his family and Is Don't lowtot\.the town tax Until : R. Cooper, 73. ol f r BUS. coaches 'had high. hopes first Class A team to win and coaches If you'ra going t to I ham Building, Room 112. Cal, this lat day of July,' PHONE 781..7322
located in Sharpe house. the street *Mditlott (htveo<<\>lCQIJI. Stark. died Wednesdajnaorrllna I hour Street, Tallahassee' '1IIHH.
I ;
; (!iN.\I! ) .
Count commissioners held a ";; unttHstwk. "hnr fire In a local hospital I .
call meeting on Tuesday the !protection< vn.tU"-tth: 4naiogeyatem > attar an. extended illness! : i ic ; l IN.
object of which was to approvethe is corapi .i and'matii" 5, jettted' lacmec: and, a '
bond of Sheriff Alvarez.Mr. the town Is cleaned: up..
'Walter Wills bas. pur- There is not a vacant store Church. Mr. Coo U.w U bomi::
chased of Mr. N. J. Jones an- in Starke, and three new brick In Bradford County on Nov..
other lot on Walnut street upon stores are under construction. 9. 1894' the son of the late 'RWILLEGAR MOTORS an.
which he Will erect dwelling The New River country'has ''I Robert and Katie Harris :
house at once. proven Itself the best strawberry Cooper. ,
The new railing to the counter section ot the county. Mr : Surviving are his wife
of the 'bask is a. great Im- R. S. Rentz sent to our sanctum Martha Ann Cooper of Starke; Y a.U
provement and makes the Interior this week the largest !seven daughters,. Mrs. 'Joan "
of the building look more atrawberry of the 'season. It is Thornton, Jacksonville; Mrs. ,
like a bank than ever. a new variety and the berries Thelma Bradley. Fort Pierce; ;
Mr. W7: 'H.; Rivera'has purchased grow so high that they are kept Mr*; ,>IoM Co hom.' PalatlUt nu
up to date 750 bales of clean' without: mulching. The Audrey',Mae. Beatrlco Betty Ips'Oijt.._ 00 All New 1968

CQtton this season and expects advent of" the new railroad Ann and Kay]( Sue Cooper,'all 1 .\
to make, it 1JXX bales !before through this section 01' the ot Starke: eight sons, Leon
the season is over. county will bring 'out 'many; William Luttxer.\ Robert'Bu-

Mr.: J. W. Hodges ij fitting heretofore undiscovered re bertr; Harvey.. and ,-Llmntecooptrr
: up his store building preparatory sources. ;- all of Starke; and "
to moving dn. Mr., U. D. Rev. W. S Slmpson-Atmore.: Oeorge Cooper, Orlando. Also '
I Miner the jewelry man, is rector of Episcopal church at surviving are 17 grandchildren FORD CARS AND TRUCKS"
f hunting 'a location. Gainesville Fla. will visit and 20 greatgrandchildren. -

Mrs. Josiah Lewis died at her Starke on Friday Feb. 7th, to .
remain several! days. He will Funeral services will.beheld .
-,-'.-. hold services while here and at 10:30: a.'tn. Friday In al 'p. t
ITS! NEW will be glad to see all who are Jonet, Memorial Chapel with : '

'and interested is organizing an Rev.. Donald >Willis, and Rev. "
IT'S DIFFERENT Bp'scopal! mission in this city Mercer officiating; Interm-nt t'L
He will make his headquarters' will follow In Dyal Cemetery '
,.. ..YOU REGISTER at the residence of J L..Frazee.Mr. under direction of DeWltt'C. '
., ,
THEN YOU DRAW R. S. Pe veil is the happy i Jones Funeral Home. -W41 ,.." ',',u'
YOUR OWN GIFT father not only' of one bounc .
Ing baby, but of two of them- Services Held u
FAIR! ENOUGH} the first twins born in Starke -. Y = 1 r
At Crosby'Lake I
YOU RECEIVE YOUR for many a day. 1968 'FORD' CARS AND I
GIFT THEN-AT ONCE Mr. C. T. Deremus representing ForJ. M. DarbyJohn
W. H Lipacomb & Co. of
NO OBLIGATIONSNO New York is a hustler. Alreadyhe Morgan DarbY: 76, of I TRUCKS TO SELECT FROM. '.
PURCHASED is the most popular man In Little Lake Santa Fe, died
'I'town and receives the llon'i Tuesday morning in' a local B
EVERY REQUIRED ONE WINS share of berries for New YorkJ hospital after 'an extended *

1 His house has the best of ref illness I .
OVER 100 GIFTS erences. Mr. Darby was .born in I
I The white teachers' of Brad- Macclenny on March 6,' 1892,
VALUE OF GIFTS ford county are requested to the son of the late Arthur\ M. I TRUCKS
UP TO $349.00 meet at Orange College In and":Ida Wolfs Darby: He t' : <
Starke on Monday the third moved, with the family to '
Drawing Privileges day of February at eleven o'- Starke, at a.n early- age and
Limited To, One To A clock. The object of the meet. was ..a aoclQte4'tor many WE HAVE 'EM RANGERS 4 tA. ,/w

_Family, or Vehicle ing will then be explained.: Every I years with his father in business -
teacher is expected to be here. He was a Veteran of CABS -

.A C.: present-J. I* Hill superintendent. World War 1 and a' member SHORT WHEEL BASE "1
B. of. the''' Episcopal Chi1 oh. I

The ot Surviving Ia' his'wife, JeanB. M nw u
strawberry Industry :
MobileHomes our county is assuming vast Darby; 'three slate,. Mrs.C. ALL OUTS + ,x ," "VI .M r11,
coming W, Chalker of Danesville;
proportions closely up '
to the cotton In net profits, Mrs. :S., 1. Peek Sr.. starke:
and this Is all money which a and Mrs. Phillip MaguIre of, *
few years ago was not even Washington D. C,; and one,
thought of. The grape industrywill brother,,' Charles A. Darby ofStarke.

6545 Normandy Boul. be fully as paying in a few ., 1
(At Lane Ave.) Jax. : years. Those who put out the Funeral services were held I CLOSE OUT SPECIAL .
PHONE 781-7322 first vines will be the lucky at 10 a. m Thursday at the 'I .
graveside In Crosby Lake
I ones. Cemetery with.Rev.. Fred I 1968 FORD XL CONVERTIBLE .

Yerkes and Rev. W: A.: Haganofflciaung '' .. .

interment was in Full Power and Air Conditioned, 390 V-8 ': '' ',7' Vi'J", :, <:.., .. .. . ,' .",, ,
'- '' -" -
Nationwide d Will Pay Your the family plot under.. directors 50.000Warranty- ,. r. ,
f of.PeWltt C. Jones Funeral '
Home - $4,449.94 .

.Rent. When You: Can't! :' July Brings I DISCOUNT 9QO.OO- these-

Near '10 Inches ;
If sickness or injury left you disabled and out of .... .fi
work, who would pay your rent? How would you Of Rain HereThe PEN PRICE : ''

keep up your mortgage payments? Nationwide's first 20''dwys of $3,549.94 '
Mortgage Protector Plan can provide the cash that July ,\
have brought almost 10 inches
you will need to meet your mortgage payments If of" rein to Bradford County '
you lose your earning power. Here's how it works: according to reports from three CLOSE OUT SPECIAL choice .:
locks of .
tire tower in the I." Big mean you gel a big ,
1. You choose the amount you need each month .rea.DurinS' ii'';, best-selling t Mustangs Torlnos, wagons, "
the week TORINO ,
endingMon 1968 FORD
and Ford LTO's. Immediate delivery. And.COUNTRY .
when you take out the policy. day, the county, received an the best prices of the year! Some on In- "
I average, of 3.64 inches, with SQUIRE; WAGON "'f: we're dealing.
2. You pick the length of time you want to be paid Santa Fe towers reporting the : .'. -.-. ." /
5, 10, 15, 20. 25, or 30 years. heaviest rainfall 6TO' .inches. .?90 V-8 Automatic, Power Steering + J: CL SE-OUT -- 'tt... '

3. Your benefits from Nationwide begin 30 days New Rrrer tower reported' '2 S Air-Conditloned_ ..".
Inches': for the 'week, and Louie
after you have become disabled -and every Hill ''tower at Highland had two LST| .PRICEDISCOUNT: - $$4,130.27 ALL 1968 MUSTANGS ,
month thereafter up to the end of the benefit inches.

period selected as long as you are disabled.. No forest fires 'were reported 630.27' 14 TO SELECT FROM .

See me today for more details about Nationwide'sMortgage _. 'during, the week. Since January FULL PIIICK '
-' "' I 1 there have been 123 fires 2345
Protector with 923 acres burned as compared PEN PRICE Stock No., 1610
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state of FJorlda to. allperaoft l
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You are hereby notified thata -
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me to the last Will and
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Heated Debate Develops Newcomers Vote For To President State EligibleTo Nov. 5 :Self Improvement Theme ."; iN"

Attention newcomers to 21 and October 5 for special I Stressed At NAACP MeetStressing
Florida! ballots.In !. '
( Even If you haven't lived In their application, they'I ., "

1 Over NSE Staff PositionLeaving Florida long enough to registeras must take an oath stating that : a there of selif- to get what I wanted., Robert Scott, Lawtejr '\ lty
: a regular 'VOter here, you they are currently qualified Improvement as the key to Other speakers expressed councilman, said he- >;vaa.,!
may still be able to vote for voters In the state from which community. progrets, Mrs. Cora disapproval of demonstrations. against marching also, ,,"and
: a much argued point from Clay County to Bradfor come to Starke to. discuss the President and Vice-president they have moved, that they are Roiberson, Galnesv lie educatorand to achieve objectives.. that much more could.\ be r ac.
U undecided, the CUBa (Clay, This would affect the project matter.) Elected to. confer on In: the November 5 election. now'bona fide residents of Florida .civic leader, addressed a complished. by 'esponst.ble.ma-. .

: Union, Bradford, Baker) Economic director, secretary and home the matter were Heney, B. R. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH That's the word from, Secre- Then they must authorizethe local chapter) meeting of. the ture efforts. -.',
I Agency decided to. move economist (when this position Fountain, deputy director; and/ :STARKE tar of !State Tom Adams, FlorIda Florida 'Supervisor to can, National Association for. the rTr If Herman Johnson, Lnwtey
: ahead with its plan for a four-. U filled), and, perhaps, the William Reeves and Harmon '9 chief election officer 'cel their previous registration.. Advancement of. :Colored::' People school trustee and county Neighborhood Service much debated' position of coun-, Johnson, board members.If Sunday, July 28 Sunday Adams called attention to. a I I As soon ts the Supervisor receIves here Thurday night, July '1 the recent Office of Economic
I Center project for the program selor. the project is approved, !School'! 9:45: a. m. Morning! new constitutional. amendment confirmation, of this can- 18.Mrs. 44 Opportunity Rural (Service
: :year Nov. 1, !1968. The addition of a counselor the new -centerj will be located Worship at 11; sermon, "Thd which allows newcomers from cellation, the new resident is 'Roberson, a leader of |Award f, told members and
The project, which will cost to. the NSC staff, suggested by in Starke (In the old agricul- Bread from Heaven." New other states to vote in Florida eligible: to vote a pedal ballot. the successful NeighborhoodHouse guests that urgent attention
: 9105,400, will add a Neighborhood "v. P. Heney, executive director ture :building' ), in Lake ButlerIn River Baptist Assu. Executive for President and VlcePre-! for President and Vice-Preal- community center in a must be directed! toward'fm-

Service Center (NSC) to. of OUBB, created a heated ( th.. Drlggeis Building) and Committee meeting 2:30: p m. dent even though. they don't dent.New Negro slum area of Gainesville\ ,, proAlng: Negro employment_,In
(Bradford, Baker and Union debate and consumed much of In Macclenny (place undecided Training Union, 6:15.: Evening meet the one-year residency requirement residents who could not dl':cus&ed the Importance of county and city agencies. '
: Counties.. Clay County already the time of the meeting. ). Worship 7:30: : sermon, "The to register as a voter register in their former state stimulating a "self-help" de. "Last year' only $3,000 In

I has four such centers, these Among those speaking In opposition Approximately $93,000 of the bins of. King Saul." In this State. To qualify, such because they were underagealso sire among Bradford County county wages came Into the
will be maintained at 105,400 will be used for Monday Youth Choir slum dwellers-and, to colored noted
a cost were Mrs. Mami sala- persons munt still be. register will be permitted to vote encourage I community, .
of. $70,000. Haymon, director of. the NSCIn ries. The director would receive ;practice, 7 p. m. ed voters in the states from for Pre-ldont and Vlce.lPresl- more Negro participationIn Jolnwon. -
It this project it accepted by Penny Farms, and Herman $550, the home economists, Wednesday prayer Meeting dent If they have reached the community affairs., ,I Increased Negro participa.
the OES (Office of Economic Johnson, board member, rep- $550; the counselor, $550; the 7:30: p. m. Church Choir which they moved. agp of 21. Cooperative effcrts, under tion In political affairs 'was

Opportunity) tn Atlanta, the resenting Bradford County. secretary, $350; the seven lead- practice, 8:30.: Adams emphasized that the 'This is a great step for- NAAiCP' leadership are vital, I 1 advocated as a possible remedyby
staff In ers (one for each center new law permits voting only she said, to better educational Johnson.Rev. .
presently charge of They argued: "Too much i Is ) $300 -W. A. Hogan pastor ward In our election ystem," securing :
the NSC project would move being spent on administration each; and the 14 aides (one i for Pre-ident and Vlce-IPresi Adams said. "No. longer are and employment opportunities ..' .' 4 f Levy Lennon, NAAOP!

." -Johnson; "Why not con- Negro. and one Caucasian for }:dent. It does not apply to other newcomers to our. State denied and Improved recreation t.,, \,.."", 'I'1 'chapter president, noted that
I Rider someone who_n _needs____._ fcha___ each center) about $200 a FIR"' T'NITED 1\IETIIODISTI offices' on the November. ballot the right to. vote in our most facilities for Negro ci .'.ll 1 ,/ ...r. Negroes must understand and

Don't Be Job We could find nobody month.In STARKE The Secretary of. State estimated Important, election. I urge all tizens. ... #: ,, :, participate in local government -
qualified (to. serve as a other action, CUBB: that between 100,000 and "I'm not a marcher," said .I -"If we are ever to deal
Church School new residents to take advantage -
counselor) In Clay County.- -Reviewed and discussed' a report 150,000 residents would toe eligible Mrs. Roberson, "It has taken Herman Johnson' urges em- effectively with the longstanding -
DECEIVED Mrs. Haymon; "We should from Fountain, concerning i U:45 a. m: Morning Worship, to take advantage of. the of this new law. me a great deal of ha-d work ployment Improvement for Ne- power structure."

leave one of the top-notch people Project Tear!Start In Bradford, 11 a. m.: MYF Activities, 6:30: new law, which was approvedby I II groes.
fly Advertised Prices off and give a job to some Clay and Union Counties. In o. m. MYF Meetings, 7 p. m.; the people In 1966 and is effective DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH
Total cost of contract Is poor people"-Johnson. Bradford County 180 childrenare livening Worship, 8 p. m. for the first time thij BilOOKHH I --

what you actually pay. Get In essence' the opposition enrolled, Union 124; and Wedneslay Prayer Meet- year. WANTED EZERASF TYPEWRITER MIMEO STENCILS ana'Ink
the 'REAL FACTS before wanted to. drop the Job of Clay, 168. Over 1,000 persons, ng and Btble Study. To. vote under this law, new Morning Sunday Worship.School.: JO Hum( a. m. Newcomer to. Starke wants to I PAPER Mlmeo Paper. Bond Duplicating machines and

you sign. Our payments are counselor ($550 a month)' and Including staff member, and, Thursday Chancel Choir residents! should' apply with I Training Union, 8:30: p. m buy used portable television I Paper Notebook Fillers. supplies. Bradford County

less from, with 98 to the 910 per month use the money to hire two aides volunteers, are Involved In Rehearsal. their County Supervisor of 1 Evening Service. :30. Rev Any make. Must be in good Bradford County Telegraph. Telegraph.
same down
payment and number from the ranks of the poor. these programs which will end Elections between September Lacy Conway pastor. condition, Reasonable priced
of Among those speaking in favor around Aug. 8. The three two- Write P. O. Box 995, Starke. a

bank months financing.to puy. No 5 per hidden cent of the counselor' were Mrs. month programs cost $95,000. ....... I -

charges. Ten top manufacurere tfertle Letdaire and C. F. -Questioned some Items on'accounts
represented. Holmes, board members fromCia payable." Mrs. LeClaire -
County. They argued: wanted to know why
LOW 'Counseling is a time oonsum- the: dental bills in the Head

Ing job; It cannot' be doubled' Start program were so. high
OVERHEAD up." (the director, for example, I more than $1,200 in Bradford
would not have time to do. both i bounty and about $600 in Clay
Does It! ,jobs)-Mrs, LeCIalre; "Any educational County). Heney explained that
program needs a nine out of 10 children having
The Owners dental examinations, need addl-
Dad airirlirad one. 'seems to overlook the objective tloul woik -whereas! only. one I
kasha> 20' X 24' wide. Buddy-
Drive The Trucks. of a service center. It 4s out of 10 need additional. medIcal I If you find your name among the Classified Ads' Clemaon, Layton travel trailers : George E. LaRue I II

ALL SIZES ONDISPLAY to serve the community! not examinations.treatment following physical come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO Llburty, Taylor, Azalea. I INSURANCE AGENCY

I provide jobs"-Mrs. LeCIalre. Buy, .ell, trade. Year bank financing :1 Auto Fire Homeowners
8 10 12 WI DES The Executive Director said Attending the Monday night FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or .301! Drive- free SAt up and de
I that he had added the counselor meeting were 20 persona, of livery. BUCKEYE TRAILER LIFE & ACCIDENT
1/ BATHS to the NSC project !because whom seven were CUBa employees Theatre Passes In.hASTINGS. MART, INC., 6912 Blending, Keystone Heights 473-4692
EXPANDABLES NSC:::' project had. One answer and nine were board I Jax. 771-8776. tfrhg
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was, a 'counselor on the staff.
FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration BIC PENS. Ball Point Re-
LAKE GENEVA Heney also] said. "I seriously MATTRESS USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned -
doubt If OEO would approve Make An Offer & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Service. Home and $Iii up. 10 different fills.! Bradford County Tele-
dropping a counselor and using mm 710, Lemon St. Palatka Commercial. Phone 473-3090( name brand to choose from gm ph.
MOBILE' HOME the money to. aid more alden" Must Be Sold At Furniture Repaired P. O. Box 19, Keystone. tfchg Parts & excellent repairs aM I I

Some Price Upholstered & Unfinished makes.' KIRBY SALES & WANTED USED i-as cook
The board finally agreed to THANK YOU NOTES--Beau stove electric refrigerators,
: or :
SALES approve the NSC project leavIng 909 Edwards Road. Small MATTRESSES REBUILT tifully engraved In gold or SERVICE 712 N. Main. Gainesville beds, dinette sets, bedroom NO JOB TOO SMALL:

the question of personnel frame home, needs some re- New Innersprings silver. $1.25 for box of 25, Including 376-7110. tfrhg sets sofas and chairs. Phone OR TOO BIG ,

One mile S.E. Keystone I pending until a telephone conference pairs. Convenient to school. and Box Springs envelopes. Bradford 9C4-7923 Dahmers. tfchg All Types\ Repair '
Heights on Route 100. I with those In Atlanta' Drop U. A Cwnl or Call Count: v Telegraph. tf FILING CABINETS. Type
could be arranged. (Heney and shopping. Immediate po- PAJLATKA KA 0-9166 writer Stands. Desks. Chain LABEL, MAKERS from Free Estimates:
OPEN SUNDAYS I I has since Informed The Tele. sersion. For Information call HItS PEGGY SHAIXJCBWO INSURANCE: Safes. Bradford County $9.95Bradford County Tele- TETSTONEPLUMBING

Phone 473-4320 graph that he is attempting' to Frank Matthews, 873-400' .E. Adklns SUStarias. AT REDUCED KATES Tel rapb. I I graph. Ph. 964-6305.

J I get someone from Atlanta to Atlanta Ca. collect 2tchg __ Agent DOYlE A UI 0, FIRE. BOAT ------- CO.
8-8 I FOB RENT -3 room furnished INSURANjCH AGENCY ___.'_ FEDDERS STARTS 24-Hour Service
i ) All Work Guaranteed 1
apartment. Private UcbgjPUMPS vrfth the idea you want the best
II bath, central heat. Convenientto cooling for your mon.T1i;: PHONE 964-6561
school and business section. r:
builds a quality* unit 10 sliver its Ralford Tetstoiie, Owner
1ft's f'
Ileretiwew'rR..n 204 W. Adklns. Ph. _
964-6225:1.: "--

well pump. One ued lotlsserlo.! Deep & Shallow Wells STAIR I nlshed cottage near BHS.and
llotlll Also. misc. tools. Apply Half Water Softeners & Filters I FEDDERS I Starke Elementary. M."Ai ,

'Moon Hotel. tfchg Fxpert Service On I Payne, 964-6560 after 5 p. m.tfchg.

FOR SALE-3 rejflutrecj Quarter All Makes CONDITIONERS"World's I i,

Horse studs. 1 yearling, two. Phone 964-7061
"' "' 2-year old*. Call 964-6265. DURRANCE PUMP Largest Selling Brand" GUARANTEED Quality Watkins :
Products. For free uteHv-' i
Stchg 7/25 AND SUPPLY CO.
mm: : ery phone 964-5094. "tfchgDelano
\Winkler ElectricInc.
,. FOR SALE or rent---4-bed- i -
room, brick home, air-condi Thomas *fr
kEfi; i tioned and central heat, fine ready for occupancy. :.1 bedroom FOR RENT--Furnished small.
.. location, 323 N. Walnut St.
-" 1U bath. Seated Just 2
bedroom houee, 424 Jefferson
L $130 per month, available. Au- outside of city limits in 234 N. Temple Ph. 964-7596 Street. tfchg

CLASSIFIED AD RATES gust 25, call Gainesville 378- Pinebreeze. Easy monthly '

0666. Stchg 8/29 terms. Longchamp Crust' Co. Robert O Hall NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY -
m m Up to IS words ____- 1.23: SEWING MACHINK: Contact Bifoid Mitchell, DID YOU KNOW It's easy to -Ambitious men trained -
(Minimum charge) own a Longchamp Home? ARE YOU planning an extra .
1968 SELECT-O-MATIO pone 964-6853, P. O. Box on .full salary for a management -
fTAi :938 Starke. Unh Better built lor F>>rlda l1vi room to your home, garage, career. Becausoofjour
Each word 13 ZIG ZAO
over .
I i ing. Your plans or ours remodel, or make repairs? If rapid ,expansion. we nee4ia
Extra charge If not Does all fancy designs Button- WIGS by Sandra.' Grand OpenIng Your lot or ours. Contact: Bu- so.. call Buford Mitchell, Long- man with high school education -.i
It does so much o a a holes Applique, Monograms, Saturday Sale. champ Construction for Free
: paid In advance __ .33 Wiglet ford Mitchell, phone 964- :. some college preferred
Darns' Mends, etc. Balance remaining -
but costs so little $ $43.20 or. pay $5 per 220 N. Temple Ave. 725 6853 P. O. Box 238. Starke.t.fif1a I Estimate. Phone 9846853.tfchg i but not necessary, in our' :

Memorials Revolution i iI month. For FREE Home Dem- MEN WANTED Laundry I management training program -
I onstration. call service !Mgr. workers Kitchen aids laborers This Is not a selling
$J t 2 cents per word COUIjECT.1 A8.$6. Gainesville cottage parents watchman JIMMY MOORE'SSUN Used Mowers!' Push or Ride I position and no experience Is
92.5 L He Trade We
L -..--. Fla. 4tchg 8/1 cooks and clerks ground- RepairFIRESTONE necessary. You can earn an,'
I : : : '! __ CARDS OF THANKS I keeper truck driver. Five SPORTSMOORE attractive salary while training -
DRESSMAKING< altera-' BOAT FOR Free. Pick Up Service plus employee benflts and
day week. eight hour day.
SO words or lens ___- 3.00 tions and all kinds of sewing State retirement vacations,I YOUR MONEY In City rapid promotions. Call Tom
In my home. Ph. 964-5348 Starke Ph. 964-S791 Phone 964-7592' Pellerin for appointment. Ph.
Bogged... Each word over 50 __ .07 sick leave.If interested, please
88 tf
IiJ.JA apply in person Personnel,, SERVICE 964-5010 tfchg
LOST-Beige wallet In down- Manager, Sunland TrainIng SPECIAL
town Starke. Reward. Ph. 964- Center, Gainesville, Fla. Ii : I BUY- SELLTRADE
1JlfbtJrelJbtm&r1J1D'lrvl"With Lakeside Home 6212. U tfchg 1 1961 1967 Mercury Johnson SOUP.BV4IIP\ AND UPHOLSTERING APPLIANCES : BILL POWELL

2 Story 6 Rooms FOR SALE-1962 Lancer: 2 I FOR RENTCafe and sandwich 1966 Sears 7'/4HP. Used I Real EstateAlrconditloned

$9,150S. dr. hardtop; 6 cyl; auto. shop In Reno area. 735 I Stumpknurker. FENNELL'S '
Oak St. Willie Brown. Ph. concrete block
transm low mileage local
many important.features of Royal office typewriters! E. McKay RealtorKeystone owner. ;$600 cash. Ph. 964- 964-6581. tfchK FOR RENT TV sets, baby' '/BARGAIN> Mi. So. 301 CENTER- Starke i home tifully on landscaped paved' street and-beau-fenced
7608 beds, electric guitars and amplifiers -
-1630 ft. of Improved
sq. TIng -
:::; freights SEWING MACHINES -clean- I
fr- Full-size keyboard refrigerators by day,
,, 4734816FOR FOR SALE 1963 Renault ed. oiled. and adjusted In your area..00 Down approxImately -
I I I I Pleasant, light Royal, "touch" Conv. Runs good. body needs home. 300. Vacuum cleaners '7923.week Dahmers.or month. Phone tfchg 964- $'73.00 per month.

ii .: i i Wide writing line RENT-Large warehouse work. $200.00 cash. 782-3982 Up repalrej. also. All work guaranteed Prompt Service 3 B!R,-2 bath central. concrete heat &blockhouse Air'
Dennis E..
Call' 4-588Q.( MM. Green. Cogglns FOR RENT unfurnished 2
: ii 'I II Roll 'n' Ready Paper Feed 2tchg BlI FOR SALE-Muskogee Ducks I Rt. 1 Box 89. Raiford. 4tp 8'8 bedroom C. B. house near For Repairs -Paved close to street school.-Fenced$650 Down yard._

: II [ II Quick-Set Hampton School. Call 964-
margins all sizes Phonf. 9647936.> Itl MAMA PRIEST Nursery Take over payments This

:: II ;;ffII Retractable paper support I $2.00 HEADLIGHTS per vehicle ADJUSTED, state approved FOR SALE-1962: Dodge Power I I School now accepting reser 5267. Uchg LARGE OR SMALL\ won't last long! '

: I((4I/ir; : ) I 2-color ribbon Weaver Inspection Equipment Wagon. 1 ton, winch, 4 wheel' vations. .Ages 3 thru 5. Phone9R47254 FOR SALE Electric Lowry QUALITYPLUMBING 404 4 W. Madison St. Ph 96464 -

: .__ __J See George Ricks. 34: drive. Body, tires engine In 6t.chR 8.29 Organ. Excellent condition. I
,. Guaranteed for 5 years mile north of Starke on 301. !good condition. $900 cash. FLORIDA SAFETY Inspection $350.00 Phone 473-4464' Keystone CO. RUBBER STAMPS and,
Come out at your convenienceor 782-3982. Up Heights. Itchg Pads.! Bradford County Tele-
: 8-YEAfl GUARANTEE Aoy1I1| Typ.vnlt.r call for appoIntment. Station open at Hill's Garagein I
Compeny. lno. gua"* era oh. Ph 964-6303.
am*** replacement at no charge, other than labor and ship Guaranteed Ph. WANTED-White lady to live Keystone Heights. Itch? FOR RENT-2 bedroom. 1 Ph. 964-5039 '

:: ping, of any defective part (except rubber part ribbon, or 0645184.tfchB! In with elderly woman, do bath, c. b. house. Recently SEVERAL GOOD USED Add
parts damaged by accident or misuse) within five year of light housework. Room and MEN WANTED-Men cottage painted. 331 N. Myrtle Ave $70/ ing Machines for sal electrics -
a purchase. NO labor charge within Grit M day*. Guarantee SEWING MACHINE board $75 month Ph. 964- parents. Age 21-60. Startingpay month. Call 964-6046 ; subtraction, credit bal
: cover only the SERVICEAny $295 month promotion FOR SALE-House and furniture
original purchaser.Wop 7254\ 2tchsr 8/1 3t.chg al: ance. Bradford County Telegraph ,
-, make or model sewing opportunities( and regular Increases 210 N. Cherry. Ph. 864- tf
,:: in. See machine oiled cleaned and MORTGAGE FUNDS needed in pay. 8 hour day, 6250 or 9647271. 'tfchot I
Try it. Youll love the spirited new IZoyal lie! ccmpletely adjusted. $3.00 $15.000 for 15 years at 8 5 day week, sick leave, vacations $10 TO $15 A DAY for reliable FOR SALE By Owner.

Singer Portable. round or long per cent. Secured by good first state retirement. If interested man or. woman. Dis- EXPERIENCED COUPLE Modern 3 bdnn. block house

: bobbin. excellent condition mortgage on Bradford Co. please apply in per- tribute nationally advertised for 6 unit cage layer poultry close In town, plus 30 .x. '39bik.
Also Full Line of Electric Portables $U. Call Jacksonville 763- Real Estate. Write "S". Drawer son Personnel Manager, Sun- Watkins Products to established farm. Inquire Rt. 227 3 mUes bldg. on location. Ph,,
,. 6820( collect. Itp A. Bradford County Tele- land Training Center, Gaines customers In Starke. Fullor west of Rt. 301 between 964-6174.; Starke. tfchg'
graph. ltp, yule\ Fla. 4tchg 8/15 part time. No car or other Starke & Graham. P. O. Box
I FOR SALE: 10 in. table saw; Investment necessary. All the I 323. Starke, Fla. 32091. ltp
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 18 In. band saw; wood lathe: WANTFD' -Someone to keep I COOK WANTED: Must be ex help you need to get started.I FOR RENT small unfur-
Jig saw: 8 In. Joiner.-Alfred and board 2 riding horses.. perienced. Good salary. Apply Write J-3. C. J. Oustafson.i I i TYPEWRITERS: Manual or nished house, close in. CaU
1 Dye. Klngsley Lake. 533-2621, Reply to "E' Drawer A.I In person.-Longhorn Restau- 83-70 W. E. H Crump Blvd.I Electric. For Bale or rent. 4-87a4: tfchg

1 r __ .n Itchg Starke. It,'I I rant. Jf/chg,I Ii Memphis. Tenn. 38102. lip!I Bradford County Telegraph. Merrill Oeea ,

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want to get acquainted with you So Summer Clearance Sale .".

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    Section Two Page Two __ __ 8TABKB, FLORIDA> THURSDAY, 'JULY' 213. 1968 __ ____ -
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    25, Years Ago i .,

    ; ale
    By. :

    ,' n'' k4 ; p 5' A surprise Civil Defense It topicsrth 4

    Q r Blackout during July of 193 .....____

    A Patronage Appointment"Governor pate caught': >F AVL 4 nBAZiES+ '- 1 .

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    Claude Kirk has done state's highest court, he has made Fir, ? Chief B.'. C; Puford got
    the telephony! message "Jack. during daily office
    little to add to the prestige of thisstage's unwise and controversial decisions. '' More and more Floridians clinic
    sonville Blu. : at 9:3$ p., m.. Hfimm becoming that Florida hours.
    are aware
    judicial system by appointing When he picked Adams to succeed .dlateiy\ bulled fcxwn; the, Alcoholic Rehabilitation Frequency: of visits varies
    his legal aide Wade Hoppingto O'Connell he sent back to the courta fire siren for two-pain.- : ,
    steady, Canter. at Avon, Park!; 'Is one according: to need but most
    \ fill the State Supreme Court man who had not practiced law ute bWt which meant."enemy of the finest Installations of patients begin with weekly or

    vacancy created by the 're-retire in 17 years. Now he has given the planes approachiing.'." Its kid in the United States-. tvlce-weekly appointments.Of .

    ment' of Alto Adams, who himself appointment to Wade flopping, Chief Bufjprd and ta! fire Of. But i not a. many Sunshine. course, when hospdtallza,

    was a Kirk appointee just ,a few who has the grand total of, two partment volunteers\ swung into. >tate. residents), are, familiar Hops'is advisable] admission to,
    months ago.". years of active law practice behind action' as air raid warden and with FARP's (five out-patient ttig in-patient Center at Avon
    attempted to get the Call clinics which are' located pnvenje.ntly. Park can be arranged, with
    This opinion expressed by The him. The other time'was
    ., Street merchants to
    put out stateotler1lll1 referral coming from the clinic .'
    (wound: the -
    Lake City Reporter. speaks fo; '.- spent working as aide to state supreme "
    : their 'JI&'ht'8.'J'Ihey, said the/ help.to anyone who will After completion of treat-
    mapy of us who were disgusted to (, court; justices and servingas & JrWt1! JI1iJ would 'put them out 'wihen the' merely phone 05' stop by for ment at the Center the pa-

    the,:,:point of nausea by the Gov- the governor's legal advisor."It : treat UgHts: were turned oft an appointment.The tient may return to the clinic

    enjor's recent game of, political is 'true 'that. the person .. ; ". ,; 1'I Unfortunately the street lights five clinics are FARP's nearest his home for follow .,
    foqtsie. with membership on thestate's named by the Governor at this '1'. never did get turned out. Ex. first line of defense against up and continuation of treat-, ,,
    .4 j i.. cept for the fire" departmentmen
    highest court. time 'to succeed the departing I alcoholism In Florida because me$.
    Continued the Reporter: Adams serves only until the first ROCKEFELLER .', .(',')Fi the test was a dismal they reach out Into the Miami Clinic 3201 Northwest ;. ". ....
    the of when the electedin : ;'" failure. About ones-third of the communities where the problem 23rd phone 633-2M5,
    "Certainly appointment January
    j residents went ouf into[
    : the Hen-
    exists.I.ecated'in f IVMBroward,
    ti .,j'IJ .
    wrapped as it is in politics is not November will take office. Evenso I treats, leaving their houselights Pa1niBeach
    r : 1 Mlapil, Tampa.: dry: Martin, Monroe,
    in (the beet interest' of the people'' there must be any number of t k '.1 (II], to sea where\ JhIj fire, Orlando Jacksonville and, ,,and St. Lade counties,..
    of this state and will do absolutely distinguished attorneys in this .176<:tiIIIRBIQ3 l } was.' Others complained 'about Fensacola. the, .. clinics are. :. Tampa; Clinic. 1001 SouthMaoDUl '--

    nothing to increase their faith in state who would welcome the opportunity { ; the siren 'being!, ,blown] .for so. staffed ,wttl;_ folk who"?,are. ; phone 253-3849,

    the.judicial process. to sit on the bench for I ... ..; .,,'! : long. and a\ that hour Still ready to help.,They are, train serves char'lotte.'Citrus. COl:

    "When the. Governor last November those few months. Not only would ..'. ,i1milT': others decided that' the '.I Iren ed professional, person: ,whore ): Her,. Hiltobprpugh.,;, Jlcrnando; i.
    serve I ii. A,. "f> must? bet stuck: In" treating Sarasota.; Les Levy.'Manatee;- ;
    ) unexpectedly selected it be an honor for them to ._. -,._ .... .__.a, w -'.... p The Camp Blending colonel: expcriened' f
    : as his choice for the court but at the same time they couldbe l-eople who have drinking Pascp. and Pinellas counties.
    Adams Waltz Me Around Again Rocky: who.was In!\, town fa;; th vacancy created by the resignation : making. a contribution. to the of evaluating the drill
    I aultlve staffs consist of psychiatrist Orange, prone 423-0509 serves -
    of Stephen O'Connell there judiciary. said, "Lucky it wain1't., a rald psychologist, social Brevard. DeSoto. Glades.. -, '
    was, immediate speculation that "I will serve out the commissionuntil M S. air raid:You'd have been.blasted worker, and medical doctor Hardee., Highlands, Indian:: '"

    the; 69-year-old Adams would next January," is how Adams R DIARY off.the!, face of the cart/* As we've already 'pointed River. '.,Lake, Marion Okeecnobee. -'- '!..:.

    merely keep the seat eola. PolkSeminole.i'Sumteqsand ; .
    Hopping became eligible to tit on that he would quit just as The tobacco"'makets here m n. sugar and water: than they appear School Trustees K. G. t>un-' to help] alcoholics'>who realise / Volu- '""
    Florida ,are, icially set to cap, .: 4-. W Jdori.nd' One :
    the court. soon as Hopping became eligiblefor ; "'in five-minute. Intervals ; they have: a problem. ala counties.
    open July 31, In accordance Wiggins gave notice that a verIImJ1ar In Jacksonville Clinic 2S27 -"
    "That speculation has now the appointment "It would ? and whack away until It is The cllnio Is.
    with the sale dates set by' the school wo4dbD
    meeting! : \ hold.] ,
    ( empty. Still it to be fact although at the not be fair to the court to do other-
    proven ,
    date of
    State of Georgia. The They wanted an opinion ot '
    to watch: these marvelous Patients. must COll\e,.of serves Alachua! ,, Batcec, 'Brad- .
    time J it was strongly denied 1 by;>> wise he added,, July: .24,.had", bee#,.selected, for birds and observe their flight, "all school patrons" on whetn., course on 4 voluntary basis. ford.._ Clay. Columbia;, DiXIe ,

    :bot ,Kirk and Adams that there "Now the departing Adams. InsIsts Florida market openings but which at times la Ilka'that of 'U" er ,the eounty schools ,shouldbe The clinic offers long-term Duval Flagler. Qi]}bert, HamIlton .: .

    was,, {anything; but the, best intentions he had no agreement with was moved! back. week: : yvhen helicopter and at other times opened August 2 or not until treatment and i* not equipped ," .Jefferson,<. Lafayette
    in the appointment. the Governor to step down. 'I know tobacco convpfujlaa: said ,they A da fast they. appear to be jet September 7. to handle emergency care for Madison. Nassau Putnam St.
    "Hopping did not become eligi- this may look like ''a big deal, to could not send" a.full set of!buy- propelled. It Would cost *60O extra to cute alcoholism. Costs are Johns: Suwanee Taylor tTn- .,
    "' ers before July 91. ,Growers, .. open the high school before' 'Voluslac.unttea] 1
    based ion
    tie to serve on the state court un- some people, but to me it's a very reasonable and are on and
    til last week, completing his' ten logical thing,' he declared."It have been. harvesting the crop d Speaking' of, 'ltffl ]ItbIIJ\Ii1J, the other) county: schools. but' the patient' ability ,, to pay. Pensacola Clinic 1202 West ;
    time but the trustee "other:
    for \reports on and .
    some Interested -
    Sam MeGarrcjr the initial physical Moreno phone 438-3008 serves -
    Florida Bar at looks like deal all righta Br Alice say a quail with a brood '
    membership big
    yea a yields are ,.not.',yet. available. I of Wttle.ones in the yard test parties": had.raisei, ) _Vf? exam psyphglogicaltest-! Bay: ,Calhoun, Escambla.nankUdt ,
    that time. big political deal. And Flori- with Astro-Turf and'put week, and they are so small necessary money. J. S. Norman Ing and preliminary; ; Interviews !;-, .. Ctedaon., .Oulff,: ".
    "It is most unfortunate that on dians have every right to expect In one 'respect, the growingof over that all see practically is was-ab ent from the meeting treatment Involves Holmes. Jackson, Leon..Liberty --.,
    the \two opportunities Kirk has something better than this when tobacco and'\ that of strawberries the mower: S away* ,for. good,, a streak you of motion. Come to' because of :Illness. but In a'letter psychotherapy; individually. In Okaloosa.1 Santa Rosa; '

    had_ ,to make appointments to the their courts are involved.. I is similar; both, (requirea Alice's hummingbirds are think of It, when It comes to he stated his preference groups with other patients Wakulla. Walton, and Washington ...
    long growing period and for an early opening date. A '
    her ,ragged, for. no running, the (big quail are by aiid/or with family members.Emphasis otmrttles.
    both; take a lot, of work between decision was put off until a
    .sooner does o she fill the feeder :no meara bowleg''edwith is on group, treatnjent. -; AddlUonal.tfomtatlon, and
    . This Is Rugged Individualism? : the time plants are set colored made of meeting which SuperintendentW. Sessions may last one literaturemay 'be! had anyUrna. .

    out and harvest time and pay a syrup 11:. Maddleton slated. for July- hour or more, and .come; : eye- by ,writing ,FARP's 'Information -; ,

    We Americans like to think we He put part of his farm land day. But there's this difference 13 at 10 a. m. ring groups are scheduled for Services.' Box ,1147, ..

    are rugged individualists.' We believe under the soil-bank program and good: prices leaf growers, while 'berry are assured grow. .- Several starke merchantstook ,those who cannot visit the Avon Park,' Flav ,33815.to :

    ourselves to be independentand used the payments for not grow- ers are lucky some years if NEWS:: And NOTES a full-page advertisementIn

    Jike, to think we can get along ing crops to pay debts. they break even and\ get their The Telegraph, :to recruit to hold meetings and church Miami Beach ,yvhere he re.-'

    by ourselves.But His elderly parents live com coats back;, For Today's Homemaker volunteer, airplane spotters for services.: ceived his com OJ1l..JrJ.*, .
    how much a part of American fortably in a small home, using the local observation! post. Through' Camp Blending official March. Ha 1 18 a "gcpund DI8.1)," .,

    life has assistance from their Social Security and old-age Some of our Bradford Coun- By Martha Sue MeCala The merchants were: Leila's a .building at the junc- In the Air Corps traindng.oe.,
    f armors, ..-",Leaiton :Morgan to Dress Shop:'The Florida' Bankat tion of the old Starke road and diets. '
    the Federal<<; ;! G.ov. \:; ;>nent.become);, ? assistance checks. Medicare covers : "CountTEdenslo :
    Many of us? are unaware of the most of their hospital and doc. name one raise both tobacco Stark, Bradford Hardware the new Blanding road known :J. G. ':Ahnare, son of MnI--
    receive. Consider this tor bills. and berries and as a result ere dome Economies Agent'TJSES ; Carpenter's 'Drug Store;;'Fred ta*::the 'o1d.Wall.e.ute.: ,was HIMabetle Bence.I now a &x>';.;';'- Rand .
    benefits we busy 12 months IL'year on a .. F. Stump,, Wonder! Gift Shop, made available for 'community class seaman at Ellyson
    story; The Farmers Home Administration ---...
    tight schedule without a break. Coca.Cala! Bottling Shafkln's.P. activities. Field, !Penaacola.
    A young man lives with his par- suggested building a pond;and I except for a. little: bunting< or. S. Stokes H. C. Wall Agency Equipment was to be addled $
    ents in a Bradford County home the Government. stocked it with fishing in the fall. OF'FRtr1TS rator until used Canova's Pharmacy, and later. according to G. C. Powell CARD OF THANKS 'I]
    purchased: with an FHA or VA fish. f Fruits are good' fjzen whole, IN SUGAR PACK: Sprinkle Starke Dry Cleaners. ,.pastor of the Starke:Meth-

    loan. He attends the public His family -uses" free books _WhHe! '. 9v r'a\ Keystone sliced! pureed, or as Juice* In the dissolved asborblc add.aver odist Church (He and membersof Our recent sad loss leavesus

    'schools, rides the free school bus, from the county public library. 'Heights recently, 'we noticed general, sliced fruits are pre- the fruit just before adding su Police Chief A. I* Alvarez; ate church were !workingon with grateful'hearts toward
    school insuredby that the lakes are still low, despite ferred to whole, since the syrup gar. although technically on a ten- the project. neighbors and friends for
    and participates in the free He banks at an
    institution the fairly heavy rains or sugar can penetrate the IN UNSWEETPEINEID PACK: day vacation was responsiblefor With Our :Men In Service many acts of kindness, beautl-. "
    lunch program. (In, some areas of a federal agency/ we've been having lately. On slices more thoroughly than in Sprinkle] the dissolved >aaborlc liquor raids which: resultedIn '(1043)( ). fill flowers, gifts of food and

    Florida the family might live in As the community grows, he reason for It, we think, is that whole fruit. acid over the fruit and mix the arrest of ten suspected Lt. Al Kay Carlisle, son of other thoughtfulness expressed

    low-cost public housing). signs a petition; asklllgfedera4.' --&T .tbfl cate/of .evaporation 14 1 very Very soft fruits may be thoroughly just 'before pack violators and netted the city Mr.! and Mrs. J: B. Carlisle, and during our bereavement. ;:We-

    Following his graduation from sistance in dgv@loping' an industrial high,at this .tlnje.ftf Uie.,year. pureed and frozen to use in Ice ing.,If fruit Is packed In water '800. lit. William A. Edwards, son especially:! want to. thank ..Dr..,
    Bradford High, School, he enters project'to: help the'eco1'ion' !The, clouds turn: loose: .somewater creams sherbets, and as sauces: 'dissolve I the ascorbic acid: !Eight were charged with the of Mr. and ,:Mrs W. M. Edwards Barry for his service rendered
    ,the Army and upon discharge de- of the area. ; but before long the hot over ice cream and other des- In. the water. sale of illegal whiskey and two recently reported to the in the home. These comforting .

    cides. to keep his National Serv: Ills children i in college receive ,sun la at 'work 'and the! moisture serts.:! Apricots, berries, cherries TN FRUIT JUICES: Add ascorbic on bcdtta charges.: At albout/ the Army Air Field at Carlsbad, expressions: of sympathy-have .'
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    ice Life Insurance.He financal assistance from the Federal : is drawer: back up again.Speaking grapes, peaches, raspberries acid directly to the same time Sheriff A, O. An- N. :M.. where they studied na- been: deeply appreciated.! :and);
    .' .. and strawberries make delicious 'juice. Stir only enough to dissolve dreu and a deputy made two vigation. Both men received
    will be remembered-
    enrolls in the University of l Government his son under
    ibombadier Lt. Car-
    of weather, we hada purees. ascorbic acid. moonshine arrests and captureda their wings.
    Florida and regularly receives, his. the National Defense Student 'very heavy,,rain in Starke They are heated. to the boilIng IN CRUSHED FRUITS AND still. Three stat beverage lisle at the Victorvllle. Calif.' The family of J.. E. ...Adkt'11aADDlNa ', ,

    GI benefit check. Loan, Program. and his daughter last Wednesday night, which point to make them tender FRUIT PUREES' : Add dissolved department men aided Chief Army Air Field and Lt. Edwards

    Upon graduation he rntarries a under the i Nurse Training Act. was accompanied- by a lot .othail. and to inactivate, the enzymes; ascorbic acid to the Alvarez.In his raids. at Roswell," Ff.M., MACU1NSSs Ma-

    school teacher and buys a farm live'in dormitories and study in : We hope the!, hall) did not then sieved and mixed with sugar fruit preparation and mix. Dray ton Colley: : .,son! of''Mr sal or' ;electric. For. Mla.etfJ 3

    with an FHA loan. Lacking electricity .' classrooms paid for, at least in bit out in thA county, ea it condo at the ,late: of one part su. Ascorbic Acid Mixtures The 1943 county tax roll Increased and :Mrs;,W. A. Oolteiy. ,, Is now rnt.Add. subtract.; ndtt:J al-:

    at first, the Rural Electrification ,part;; with federal funds. I a lot of damage to crops. In. gar to four to six parts fruit There are on the market special by$205,152 over the tax a second_lieutenant. ...tat4ortpd'at ance.- Bradford OountyT.Qjgraph. ,. j
    pulp; cooled, packaged end anUdarkenJng preparations roll 192 Camden, S. C. He fh efy wend '
    ,4eed'yna time we saw a corn o$ according to Tax -.Y, t*
    Administration, suppliedthe And sd'it'lis that we live each field !near (Lawtey one time frozen, usually made of ascorbic acid .Assessor I!e. W.''Hayes.: ; to Keealer, Field, (Miss: '.,; then :-.:
    lines and a'FHA, loan helped day, griping to our cronies about that had' beea subjected to a Apple] Juice, other fruit mixed with sugar or with sugar In 1942 the non-exempt lands ::!
    .' ? .. ,. .. ... .. ....
    him clear the land.
    high taxes, deficit spending, governmental lialLatojrm, .and practically all Juices, tomato: and rhubarb and citric acid. If you use one amounted .to; 1,707,38< The ,
    Later he goes into the farm interference in our that was left was a bunch of juice can be :(frozen and will retain of these, follow the,manufacture !1943 roll was. J1J47.B10, Homer "

    supply business, in addition to lives, et cetera, et cetera, et stalks' and badly shredded their fresh fruit flavor.' er's directions. In these mixtures mteada in 1942 came to $1,116 ""':\\.J!<',"' J.C''JW..J ''':''", '. .
    and To obtain( the but qualityand ascorbic acid :Is usuallythe 470, ad in 1B43 {. ,,5-0; ; .
    farming, secures help\ from cetera., leaves to, $1,233,350.: :: ;': : ;:"
    < : : f
    the Small Business Administra-j ., flavor of perishable. fruits, Important active ingredient. ;. : > :
    Andthere stand :. ,_
    tion when his business falters. we leaning on Budget time: J is here for va. such as berries and cherries, Because of its dilution with Members of the Starke "AU, .. ,' "::' .-fo"." ., .ffi
    His first baby is born In"'the our Federal crutch .-. demanding rlous ,boards"and.:.conpnissjoas} pack and freeze them the same other materials, ascorbic! acid Stars" softball tea5.welle: '. : ; ; ii'.. ,. .':\
    built. and accepting more and more cra- and pencil sharpeners are:working day harvested. ,Harvest them purchased in these forma may catcher; Tom g, pitchers '; :.
    county hospital, in part dle to thegiave'security.[ : 'qvertlme any tha old aspirin Hill-Burton Act, fu ds. Select mature peaches, apricots ascorbic, add. :' '( ,,, .:'f : '' .
    bottle is taking a. beating. On. pure sa; first( base, Buddy Bishop!' ; -! :" ; '
    official., summed up the situation plume\ apples and pine Citric Acid, Lemon Juice second hoes Monk r>Inking-: "\ :' .. .". ".": .' 'fI .
    I Phosphate Fever Nothing! New this way: "People want a apples. Let them, ripen to !best For a few fruits citric acidor third baIlS.I'Burton ',Prince; .. .. .B.1ir '? :
    lot vf services today, but no one eating quality.: Prepare at once lemon ;juce .(whlch.coJltaln shortstop, James Hobbs; short V aiNr
    wanta to. pay for them."! for freezing. both citric acid and ascorbic field( !i OIl1'htr1d-o! i Wln; left
    Apparently the discovery of Swift Creek rises near Guilford, Prepareand Handle Prompt. acid) make,a suitable antldarkenlng -,: flak George Kermis; ;center

    phosphate deposits In' this sectionof on State, :Road 100"west( ;of. Lake One thing that Is growingfine ly. Sort the fruit carefully. agent. However, neither Comer Perryman; right

    Florida is nothing: new. Butler and flows southwesterly In these days is the grass' in Wash, drain, trim and peel if is an effective as ascorbic acid.' fief: Herbert Grwi; utility .. ... .. .-.. .. ..

    This comment appeared. the the general direction .ot Provi our yard. It gets mowed and required Citric acid or lemon julce'Inthe men, Judge B. K. Perryman, By" Lfian.namUtonv ot Southern, cJarlae'' "=?
    editorial column of the February dence. The recent prospecting for *looks very, nice for a few days, .Scald.peaches. In hot water > large quantities needed In "Mr. :Medford Jack >yrfedler.;
    / :(for a few seconds; to loosen the some cases would! meek the and
    but then another batchof Williams: STEERING CIIECK'aEVENT8
    up pope slip out.oOf sheaves off the
    Wee op
    The in few
    1, 1890 issue of Telegraph: phosphate the last years,
    growth and before !knowIt skins. Cool promptly and peel. natural; fruit flavors or make 9AXLU&B
    you st8eTlD1r,wheel drum'
    "Not even our usually quiet and bas been concentrated in the Apricots may or may not be >the fruits too Bour. o
    have ]
    you to get out !the old Residents King ley Lake Every: season, xundreds of Inspect cablsa on outboard
    easy county is free from the phos- Dukes area, near Five Mile>-" Creek, mower, take a deer' J brea/th/ aiM s; peeled. .The peel of apricot con.taint Citric acid In crystalline or Village organized for the 'welfare pleasure boats regardless j ot and steering linkage on Inboard

    phate excitement. Great beds of south, of Lake Butler. whale away. at the nerefrandIng ; ; 10 to 16 times as much powdered form is available at lot! the; community! .and their 'type get In 19 z&ajor and *. Replace frayed: cables: .
    phosphate have been discoveredin At the time this editorial, quote chore. Wouldn't It k nice enzyme substance, as the flesh drug stores and some locker obtained a building in which minor scrapes because of and any .worn components.
    the western part of the was written in 1890 both of these ; ;of the'fruity! Scald and remove plants. :When using citric acid, faulty Yet.
    county to be rich and fee ably>l to afford .steering. periodic Pulleys should be :bolted not;
    the peel for totter cotor reten- dissolve it in' a little cold Water
    on Swift Creek. Several options areas\ were. still a part of Bradford ; to have the old place.done; "tion. Wallh'ata'd atone fruitsthoroughly beforeiaddng I to the fruit of ('heck. could have, prevented screwed into place.c If your
    syrup.Powdered moat'of these. outboard is fitted with me-
    were filed in the clerk's office County.We a
    t ) pit and. .slice. Or if according to direction for that )Pectin
    Syrup. The Evtnruda News Service hanlcal: steering system, without -
    for record during the week. cannot. help but wonder if small .
    merely halve or quarter.Prevent fruit
    1968 Yearbooki Three and onSrl&ird cups water suggests ,that you\ give yourbeat's pulleys and ropes you need
    Phosphate in this part of the state the recent phosphate discoverieswill
    ; Darkening. Sugar is Pectin For
    Syrup Peadtes, 1 and
    one.fourt)* cups sugar -, steering system a thor* only check securing,, at; the
    will be much'more valuable on account lead to anything more tangible Have Arrived; L" added to fruity for freezing: to Liquid or powdered pectin 1 package powdered fruit ..to. start is the steering.wheel engine .

    of being so much nearer>; to' In' the'way: of development, > than. Pick UpAt check-enzyme action and Improve added to the syrup used for pectin. ough. inspection, A good place If boat' is In salt
    market.. (End quote).. did those of !78years ago.. :I flavor, texture, and color. peaches give'a nice texture' and Mix water afld powdered pectin Wheels have been known to water your ; fastenings, look
    BradTor4 Highye ,Some fruits, such as aprii helps to keep the color bright. '' remove
    C feese-from
    The 1968 cots 111I&lreep&n.. Bring to boil ; corrosion: or lack for corrosion: and. replace. : anything -
    cherries and Before
    ; rbgA3W.'b: ) .Vt arrived. Ami' ?, :peaches getting your peaches and boll hand 1 minute, stirring of lubrica or,. Use a waterproof questionable.
    The> : Bradford County Telegraph Principal> Walker Stew w4 J4a-,, strawberries, need treatment in ready for freezing: ; prepare syrup .- constantly.' Remove from heat, grease q lubricate cables Inboard should make
    'Addition + owners
    "to suguto prevent according to of the
    one following ]
    8. and add Stir and gear systems! .located near
    % ESTABLISHED noupcedMpp<< ay. July; sugar., until, sugar the '
    f '
    is to same thorough, check
    darkening. One way add recipes: !
    The 'book be to dissolved. Cover .and 1 1eND. th.jrheel. Occasionally check l *
    may picked up '' ; recommended for the out;
    I sMIMea )S E. L.. MATn EWS. -. Editor and Publisher. at the high-school office .any:, use a corblo OlMohre acid asdWbio(Vj rsmin' acid C) To in Liquid Pectin and three-fourths Syl'1lpTwO :Makes 1 quart of .ytMa' .. .. the hub nut that on,the. steering board operate*, giving, specialattention

    0 / week day betw m .8 a. in. and C\fP'I Syrup should bQ m..ce. several wleeULaee it la secure.. to all underrwater__
    O ; cold ;
    r Florida's Oldest Weekly. : Newspaper Published; Coatlnously.t 4 wattr. water, 1 1-2 'cupa. aug'B.one- Cheek:-steering: ,wheel4rum''ta'be
    m.- hours 'bwfore _
    \If or the: day =
    Undqc, '''n.' Same },{utheacS.I IN 87&V:? PACK: Add the haM bottle liquid fruit' pectin.MIX .- steering components, rudder -?t.
    are sure the cable] feeds
    ntt.yextl"& copies of the you read to v" It"so Matt off t111er'ea'bles. transom brackst:=:
    1968 Tornado ere available for dissolved ascotfele add to the ":liter: and" sugax la I it has Ume to chill thorough. ,"rlll nd on the drvutti without ,end all items that; 'require
    Published each Thursday and aatsred Class "who failed IM T cold syrup shortly before using. saucepan.. Place over low hen'Stirring ... When'ready :to stacking or Jamming.. .:. Outboard
    as Second Matter at the Post Office anyone : _\o. >I y. use stir, ascorbic periodic lubrications'I to prevent
    : tt In won'tKtlr
    ,3yr gently so until tJ.-
    earlier in the year.etewarc you constantly acid in directed. steering cables may .
    at Starke, Florida under Aei et March 3rd. 1179. one carefully as eJCle8111ve.weK. All wooer
    says. They will be.,suM,>Qn... in air. Solutions- of ascorW gar is dissolved. Remove from .'.On-hatf", ,teaspoon stoeteh. They should function should be,
    per corroded
    Subscription In trade area: 1 year. $4,50; 4 months. 13.00 10 \\9 aciO.. ade heat and stir ,parts r
    first come, first serve 1I4MI... ttawM fe*.fl up. as In liquid fruit quart of syrup. .smoothly, with enough tension replaced. .' -1BRADFORD
    Outside trade areas l-year-fSOO;- months. |2.75 Deeded. Keep syrup in refrige. pectin. 'Chill. Makes one quart oo that 'steering .Hues ,can't -nti '


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    7BIPJRSDAT; JULY tS. 1868 BRADFORD cotmTr'TEi'Jofc'
    .- -- j
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    In Vietnam Pllar Pelllcer and TV .....f..... Hriiiir..rd Coastt"'lur14. -'.if tlm fl.*..... uliMuatlim of thlnolle. l..
    bravery In
    at held captive star
    a ceremony lied generals .
    I ., a.' Pr' 4.4ef Two oopleN' of each r4alm
    -at MadDlll: Air Ponce' 'the Italian Villa. owned by star Barbara Babcock play In, re: iOxtato of <'hai-len" Uoutflaa or fl..mainl, Mliall. be In writing

    $ 'Banner CoimtVI.:189QTeraph Base.. Tampa. .The cit Flolt., W, .the widgyr'edSylva, Kosclna, the feminine leads In the Camper All I'rertKfrira Dfcoeaiiod.To1 And. Persons Hl'Innce and 1 shall and state poet the office place. addrenavf of re.
    ; the nation!'* fourth highest dec, \the rtmtantic 1 interest. MOM action. .adventure film IIRVlnll,18In1M Or, DcmandM the claimant. and Khali bo

    '. oraMoi! \ an jl was'(' giver toMaJ.:, Playing, the, oche;. end of ed in Panavialon and .Metro-) Against Yom and Said' eiM'h UHtatn uf: you amhereby agent..worn, to or by attorney the claimant and acoornpanlnd his-
    I MORa for bravery displayed the double feature Glenn color. Co-staorlnij are Arthur, notlfltttl I 'tend "ronnlrccl toprpannl hy a filing foe of one.
    'wi combat sandL stars In fastmovingwestt4rkll and any olaltna and, demands dnllaix-,. ,a flytnjf missions a, Kennedy, Dean, Jagger, which you, or '** nlthnr '.r you O noi. ,ao riled.ttlalb:: :, void.Marjorlc .
    [ ; \a. aingt' t"'enemy: targets. "pay>: ,of .the Evil John Adnerson, may hays against the :atatc, ofCharles R. CamperA '
    iSeamah Mexican "' [hniCla., | e'nmppr. do- administrator of the TC..-
    : Samuel. Glamorous *
    Apprentice \ ,ciun: 0..a....d, .late 'tit *ald "'onnty, to atata" of Am executor of thef.a.t .
    ;H. Eunice, son of'Mr. and Mrs. the Comity Joe4e .if Hriulforrtnounty Wilt and Testament of I
    game. H;! EujxJcO of Lawtey, i" FJorlda.J" hl. offlp Inthe Charles" Douvlaa Camper, docayi'rat -

    . .. Jk General Desorlpttowt of that1,It maybe termed:.la' Uie" .tate''i''.t'nd with' much and no question ,eVer.. sked serving a/board/ the guided, mlaUe .- J at Stark court ,houHK'nf Florida I anld within:: County alxl),I all publication *. UU..
    -: .t Bradford ConintyvAml'CitaResources thing of the'Pad. andbettr! lireateit.p1dI.ti: : as to hla politic. c1 riser UlSS Boston oft the .' With \Your C CTb C'I bunty# 'AgtentLIVESTOCK i calandan.+mnnthatfrom the time I' /"Iy. 4t 'l-ar.

    paying industries'' are'' "belig f1A;' Ion8teri I 1.tft>>will convince He will find the taxe* as c'Qaet'.of Vietnam,' The ..shipprovides ,

    vUram the Feb. 31.. 13flO' -issue engaged In. .' s...r:::" Uia. traveler: >W three moreffcts low M can be, and the county gunfire;' support to U.3. A'N
    tit!. the Bradford County Tele- The great mcftey
    jlre 1 11 so' far been, and 'stillt1.5, '1SeA C1 and ealutictous.: the soil have 52 schools 4n the county the.enemy.: <''''''k''ot>< July .31-27: ,,1s HEALTH. 3O1

    :r.: The traveler who has visited Island ;] but'Wife,:' praftge prodiiotlrq'tAtld; tranaporta-. and more than a dozen post Pvt. (Robert J. Starling Jr., Farm JSaJety Week all over the Seems thttt during: the past ,1 Drive-In.
    -different parts tit the State of groves planted-7'eri"1tgQ'ere' ..thm'cdllblear'&r' excellent. Offices.' Churches; abound representing son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Star- State of Florida and the Uni- few weeks we have had an ..IsuOw

    Florida, on entering Bradford now beginning-to: Meld fruit I -.Th ; nd,+fS being covered .. the leading dencm- l Itpgr of Route 2 2, Starke, recently -. ted States. Each year'more unusual number, i of requestsfor

    County tmmediately''noticea''' In" abundance" : arid 'newgroves' wttjh 'In4'"ftrees and heavy nations: Negroes are few and completed a wheeled vehicle than<,,;fl.OOO, accidental poisonings Information on livestock:
    three things which have not '' going ftrto'r'''bearing '"eras*,'the 's; n'a 'Ira,. are only of a. peaceable claSs: Living Is mechanic course'at Fort Leo I occur! In Florida" = homes. nutrition. ,We 'plan to have a BEGINS AT SUNDOWN

    .ome under his cognizance year after year:
    .;.before Yiz.-the.'heavy turf' of Industry prorrtlse1' to soon AIM frdbd&-ot dear \mter','sue many things''necessary} : there course, he was tradned. to repair i frolCareless.; use of Items usually to discuss this, subject < Children Under 12 Free .
    glass which coats: the ''ground bring more wealth to 'the ,ofcttered"1 )vrywhere'and 'by can be dispensed with here Internal eonOUMttOf''englnee stored In medicine ca- and how Important proper

    .: vemyiwhere' ; the hard roads. county than ra(wm""' *>p>' to.keep ''H tlq'' without being missed.. Our and. Wheeled l 'vehicle olnets and under the kitchen iiutrltion is in making the Thurs., Fri., Sat. July 25, 26, 27

    : free from dust and boggy The yearly crop Jbft- air< 'cool.! Our"near "proxlihltyto' stores are well supplied) with chassis componentJeffW.VWa"rren."ao'n*/ slntc,,.We know that we,, must peer,.cattle operation econom- Double Feature'Program
    "places, and the'beautiful orfenge Ing of great bulk orange)and'welgh} \the .Atla tiC' and the Gulf gooderles. dry goads and have on. hand >and 'use these ically, successfuL .We are told
    . groves' our excellent roads art:'a allow the 'sea
    ::'1 The excellent 'pastures have blessing; very :nsnuoti .,apprecfated -. fcoef, "q' J3itui; gently durIng : TOWNS and Mrs. Jos. D'Warren: of Is the Importance' that ford to not use Vitamin A In
    r lately supported big herds of !, as over them a horse most of ,the ciay. The water $tarke..the county seat is Starke a atudenfc at.the, UnK must be placed on reading the )Jits feeding program. What is r1AV.NOanN
    contains lime'or other much r the largest town. Located of la label directions.If the of all these r''
    cattle, but stock raising has I can, pull twice as heavy load no verity 'Florida attending and following Importance DOWN NOUN SHIN-DICI
    i become so unprofitable late. deleterious Bubetances, and on the IF.' C. & P. rail Army Reserve Otllcqr*'' ,.Train you, experience an accidental \ltamlns and minerals? We
    as over other roads nGAINESViLLE
    - any .1tii/1 *h...co Pplt I)*>n of the otl is, road' It has 1.400 inhabitants. ing Corps 'aumimer 'camp 'at :poisoning at home, ')iope.,to learn more about. this 33; HIT SONGS .
    -- such that It absorbs and de.taogpy It'has 'many first-class, stores, >Fort Bragg, N.C; ':what will you do? It may be ..6ron.I u

    .; dlaease'''germs present mostly brick; a bank, a newspaper During the encaxopment' J he ..difficult for the medical doc 15 TOP STARS ,- .
    In the 'air. No malarial disease ,- two good schools 'fJ! Veral will recetve tix weeks t.;.'train. tor administer, proper treatment ,I 1. t' .t'r

    of any kind ever originated 'ch'll 'Ches, and many' line Ing: In leadership;:rlfla.Jharlismanahdp' unless .ne knows typed DIRICT nOM rat crease OF '8' .

    in Bradford County. residences., Two fine' hotels, physical cpndltlonlnj', poisoning.. Anytime, youi INVITATION TO BID
    The" oll (& candy town./ :; decayed .- will care for the traveler and,and other mLlitarY.8 ;1'9JecbS.' I tixst. move should be the BY 7 BARN DANCES ':

    / vegetable matter constituting two good Vry.ta'btee,, will; .Upon eucceseful'complettonof : quickest, way to the nearest STATE' PURCHASING i M .0'l'r-.!

    g Business large percentage., supply him: wits? conveyance. I summer camp"an. <;J, gTadua-,=. ?hospital( emergency room. A COMMISSION TALLAHASSEE ..j" Art,;Ikh..a- )I';'", to. Y1 I IJwe
    Directory"AUTO : Below-Isj' Mfi'Clay at different Starke is surrounded by orI tlon.from college;he..W'1llbf/, / ,;: 'number?' .'hospitals throughout ; FLORIDA ..J.,. ,, *)or! 1 1MLNr

    depths,-' t'-never 'lower' than I arige groves and strawberry glble for a oonuniselon as'2nd the Statn have.been designated Competitive Sealed Bids will ..,., ,,.,' :fd' lt
    SALES six feet under ''the ''surface. plantations. ,, and tran act.s. an'lieutenant, In, tile U. 3, Army. ,"as poison control centers be received by the State Purchasing ,-ee 'elee (Ht2 '" :." "
    MEN'SWEAn* This 8011'responds generouslyto Immense deal of business. The j'. Cadet Warren is a 1965 graduate and"'are properly staffedto Commission until 7 -

    za y BRASINGTON (Pert llzer' and will produce town Ja well lead out and has ot !Bradford) Klgrh, SohooMarine .. handle any type poisoning 11:00: A M. on the date shown t\1\ ." T r ara

    . '" ,STAG' 'N DRAG .anything that-. will thrive. .In. a. beautiful appearance every ILanoe Oooporal James S Statistics'', have proven that. for the following; o w l rll'
    , -La:.." -OUMBHOMUBBAUCS this climate. house being in'an orange .a.'f ed IU'II WEBVIGB S Stanley Blacker Coat\. Corn oats'Tye. 'rice cotton, grove; ''A' factory for canning Mrs.1 James; M. .Reddish ..oJStarhe 100 people velng insecticide Pine Gum. '

    'atAllis' Belectloo of Vied Oar I .. Arrow Dr M Shirt-' tobacco) sugar cane and' potatoes .fruits and vegetables and a ;' .Mk,;;lMua Om fh dfl1 1 s? Trade 8I Puritan' Sweater ; as Held crops,"yield rice m1fl'are among r the com Bn., '9rd'Marine Regiment. 3rd. Ing directions on the contain- obtained .
    .' Tun N.W. 13th Ph. 818- SOI frten Jacket heavily: of vegetables we grow ing enterprises, Marine Division in Vietnam er., -INSECT POISONS CAN Specifications may be ,

    Ladle. Sportswear any and -all 'which grout. Ill Ijawtejf 18'ne1lt to Starke In ,In addition to fighting enemy KILL YOU,
    CRANE the north''with much less fertilizer .'.1 Importance'( The town te also. forces, hits unit <1. also engaged f what,;, the.label ,,says. Remember ,
    ham Building. Room 112, Calhoun -
    . .... I410OUV-MXRCCRT:!: 2 Store 19 W. Universityand and labor'than-''neceu- situated" on the F. C. & P. In a. civic< acton 'program de. ,' with the pushbutton Tallahassee, EASTMAN COLOR
    Bale. .Gainesville ;1uy11 .zwll>:pad\_ Ms two stores a I Street,
    ft Servte ary there. L signed to assist'In Vietnamese e se'we.enjoy today, we can Florida.
    Main Ph. 372-4373 There Is no beginning and good hotel and abounds In people In completing selfhelp'prpJects fend a,, fog of poison Into ....
    no end; to. pur planting and tasteful residences. The whole such as the MtruC. i hooks,, cabinetsand corners i The Commission reserves .
    rane Imports MOBILE HOMES 'harvesting*, a0ons. we have town 1,8.a. strawberry; ,field; Non inf wells culvert., email aster1 than we think. the right to reject any or all ,..

    MO .. Austin \iQealey' fresh vegetables"the year .andthe: cultivation of the b gessagd;: echQQlee'laa FLORIDEW: MELON bids. PLUS -
    E. University Gainesville 'round. Our frutlls are'apples 1 ; berry wields 'her a large pro" I Donohue Crawford came by Al J. Day

    Phony 872-4251 'MUSTANGMo pears, peaches, native. Kelsey, fit. The citizens of :laxwtey :I'I 1Mi"-r" "- .. .. my house a'few days ago and'brought Executive Director

    Homey Inc. ,and Japan''fclutfci/'f: ;*. grapes; mreMery ttrtelUgent"and"pro i'J"-1-t ,: '".", "{.ot '.". .f.ff'5I )! either a honeydew 7118| 2t 7123Nntli'l When Doris goes West .

    zlJe..tY';> AcademyPOWELL'S: pomegranates b.a nanqa.e7ap; [greselv wondersT1.' 'and have' accompIMied. ?I! \ $!f..,e.,'..'.7".... '., ...1'...' 1,melon or, 'a Florldew" melon. Of Altpllnntlon For 4 tine West goes
    : ,
    :persimmons \ '1' Regardless<< of which It was. Tax, need y
    .. GaI Ien1JIe'. Discount MoMI !
    : I BOOM Sole Lot.' not ]east. oranges.juri| : '' I 'fake Butler on the the heart CL S.of&a ; t;;.. \.i;. 1I'-t.+ ,the'' tow hills in his gardendid Nodes 14.la....fi"IIM.Ifl rc.bv ,given F. N. thai (tArAMITYJ081[) fp chicken .
    P. road lies! in that good ,
    -. fcBeauty Academy Strawberry raising" quite \ prove our T. J. Aldernwn' the holder of
    : :: .NEW MOON PAPELLA an industry here. Our sol] I rich farming section:: Until IH 'f(, ." # .'''1,,. 1.. Bradford County soil will grow the following" certificate, has, I ...
    JLarn PrcC Mlon In Tour : filed mild certificate for a tux
    'town <
    a little
    '/ As law a* $100 down. suite this berry. *an )par Time. Full or Part Time <4820< N.W. ISth 3781348PAINT the 'great strawberryr T centerof ha beeR devoid .of railroad !\it.I of the honeydew melons we certificate numbers and yearr9f .
    :-l-t9:: N.W. 10th 878-2766 communication and has made 'f'r' .Y Issuance, the riMcrlptIon of r
    Florida." The. Bradford it.I find ,,.In, the market and last HID property, and l the names Inwhich V ,.J
    :--gfcECTRIC MOTORaELECTRIC strawberry; from Its superiol little 'progress. But henceforth I r week .they were priced at 7Dc It WHS H. e Hi>ct are MM \
    settlers folluwalrerllflt'at.
    she will be sought by :
    & CLASS flavor and each.
    appearance: and I II. .. Year of
    who ''will' make T groves and No. 105. ,'.
    earliness commands the high- I "The flavor Is good", he Inmiance 1906.
    est price Jn the northern 1 truck farms and cause: her to and of course will planto > Property Lot .w
    I. says ;fJ:t'JJ'tioo: Park
    4 Co. Dowlin
    Repair ,. Liddell Paint &: markets.: .' :fast season It .grow. at thecrosslng"oT have more next season.Soon S/D. .
    I' Is situated
    . Of OatoMvffle ,' brought 1 io this county. $100, railroads, as I show this one fora Nam. In which amoiied. O. ,
    s Upalrmf- win ,
    New and Used 000.No Is /surrounded: good 1 .nd All ot ald p.-opfrty' being' In Sun., Mon., Tues. July 28, 29, 30
    the flavor.
    part of the state has report on \ :
    fine'groves fan to bound the County of llmdford. Slate
    :iSte N.W. 18th Ph. 372-8318 better transportation !ecWt.1eand and : Our own experiment station of Florl Olag1Mtrrgrq .- SUOtt* Door'Tub'CnolameMbowef' to"grow. eape+ laTJy. as,,the O ITnluMi. snld"ftlflcirtwor; certificate t+
    han-we.r.have. few, as aid;work for several"years
    r, ::n4j.!: ... and IndustrialIEqulpment Door &. SB P. company has 'taliaaher .' Khali he redeemed. aoconllnir w
    good., :We live ISO to 200 miles underv their'wings.- 'cro ,!nlJ-) cantaloupe varieties ) to law the property, deKcrlbod -
    ;_ Furniture Tops-Window nearer the market than the timbereveI'Y'Whel' end even used the honeydew In allot certificate or
    There Aplenty of// certificate will be cold to the
    WlDdowl-A wnlDC much, boomed) sections south melon In ,their experimentalwork. bidder at the courthouse UNSPEAKABLE
    :;:Sa.Dta Fe Tractor in the county for
    I lessens freightage \', James ,B. .Tall, ;pi POQ3UJ3. ; .. In"about'. 1960-61 the door on the first Monday ,
    118 N. W. 16th 872-8191 of us and'lands can be : ..
    v sawmills, underi'Olna'tratnIna In 1068 which
    FORD* and allows;our produce: to had) cheap: our soil is rich Navy the Us Swift .Naval. Amphibious norldaV{i.tyetyn,, was releasedfor :l Ii r.ntr.hf4YU; : of August t. 1B68. TERROR I If
    'r&Jm Tractor Implement at
    : reach market'In good condi living to the production In ,Plorlda Dated this lit day Of July,
    17SS2Df :H3QuXPMB3IWPPAUT : and elves a coed. I Base near San Diego IDflS. 4- ,
    tion. Two railroad now 'spanour With. this .good that
    SERV1CBI. SEWING MACHINES careful tiller:' a home la owfly Calif in preparation for eyear's (SEAL)
    4-8A.1J1C8 I county and compete 'with Donahue 'Crawford gave me Charles A. Darby
    -...-!4488 N.W. 6th :26-2848:! excellent made; almost every tree tour of duty at Cam Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad //4i
    each other and our -the question la-should we
    from acutting .
    .. will
    or shrub grow up Rhan'' Bay Vietnam, where he ford County. Florlil.iIn wn
    public roads make cartage to wow a melon like this In 1"t 'I.U
    .:GARDEN SUPPLIES National Sewing ?, and to a few years will be attached to the Swift .
    station Bradford County? We will JJj
    easy. yield fruit and shade.\We can Squadron for coastal pa- The Court Of. 1'X. ..Countr. .
    :Beat ,
    'A-',. hnson&Fans* Inc 'Machine Co., Inc 'SOCIAL PIUVLEGE conscientiously; assert that no trol duty. know more next 8prin\
    As a' rule our people desire M
    MV. better locality can be found
    Complete Line of Talley the on of Mr. and< "
    Pfalf -New Homer Neloo immigration and will welcome living, for edu- 1
    SEEDSPlANTSIDIIeoUddeePet for making a Mrs. James B. Talley Of
    .e. Supplies Cued and Repo..ee.edBaleeRepair the new settler. They feel that eating children: and for Starke, entered the Navy In FLORIDA THEATRE l 1 Q,
    need his help In build :
    they should
    health. The homeseeker ...
    1966. He served :23 .oj
    YE ULUERB All Make ing up the,county and furtherits Inspect Bradfondi County before May. tiht
    *W* :Rent Fertilizer Bphader8' prosperity. Ftor' that reason months aboard the'alreralt
    :28* N.W. 8th'a Ph.. 873-0476 all W. University 878-1858 the new comer Is well received buying( land elsewhere. carrier use Forestal and was Friday, Saturday July 26, 27 ...11.
    at the helm July 28, 1967 Double Feature Program

    .........? .?........ when the dlsasterous fire
    broke out on the carrier. t t"

    Th. BIOOO FIEND will disgust and repel)
    ., NEWS\ ABOUT"SERVICE 3 Big Films It's not who you con..ft's jF/tow you do iff lhoi too weak la share living niflhlmar i

    MEN Set At Florida"Planet .. TECHNISCOPE ?
    PAUL ait' 1
    of the ApeS," 'Where

    ,,3fr .i st, W iorWas' are the educated and EWMAN .11 -- PLUS 0
    dominating race. and 'man ..:

    ...I lives In the wopds a ndt Is The Secret WarDf

    : 1 a, Yv twa, t.'py' v ATM. hunted for an n1ma1./,fa. a.
    / 20th Centu y1'ox' .,release FUmed I "

    In Panavislon ana: showingat ,
    .. the Florida Theatre Sunday, L.1i5FR
    E rough; Wednesday'July 28-31.( ;
    HurtUn? the viewer Into 'a PICTURE TECHNICOLOR'1 .
    -' -
    v F strange ", simian, civilization )

    where man U regarded, a.* a PLUS .
    brute to'be lontrolled and con -1
    I lathed lest he grow in numbers Aa f" lA ,rrir ,

    I PF b Y ds and strength.. and oUHmately ",,'

    : destroy the Ape cultureand !

    society/ "Planet of the. 'J

    ,Apes" stars Chaflton Heston.Poddy .
    MoDowalt, Kim Hupter. J S. -,

    Maurice 'Evans. James Whit- F NAVIS10NantMfTROCOlOa| ,',
    yore James Daly and Linda
    I You should? enjoy all the Harrison. devel-
    ; \ The strange situation Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed. July 28, 29, 30, 31 Wed.. Thurs. July 31, August 1
    benefits of A Full-Service ops when four American spacemen Double Feature ProgramABitefoplneMaprlEilHai
    ; thrown 2.000 years
    ;. and space f .. PUHET 'THE BPESMS AOLOCKBUSTEO. l -
    Bank, Checking Account Seaman Apprentice! TheodoreA. through' time OF E '
    : ,measured In terms of Interstellar ,,
    4 j Bryan spending two weeks ,...
    mathematics.: Th.'. fASCINATING I" i"By it.
    here...and ''now 1 leave with his parents !Sir and crash when ,their apace mat i ,
    1 Mr : W. of '
    Raymond Bryan!
    ( functions.:' -Liz Smith Cosmopolitan20TH America's Mast famous Swlnjers'The 1 l l
    Route 1, 'Lawtey.' He was a recruIt
    i \VithaFullrServiceBankcheckingaccounthere :- Paul Newman fans wU1 .get I I
    : Petty Officer during ...'
    ; you also have all of the other "best"modem eight weeks of basic training: to view their superstar as a CENTURY-FOX PRESENTS I IDLdnWhosThinkingSingleor
    when Untveraal'8avortd.'War Do's And Don'ta For The Married
    to at Great Lakes Naval TrainIn CHARUDN HESTOtl
    banking services' ou're likely II comedy In ] ,, ,\

    : need..,right here...convemently under one.. there? Center on' July end'13 for will 92 return weeks I Technicolor "The Secret in an ARTHUR P.JACOBS production, %, The Single Man Whoa
    the roof. War of Harry rrlgg" playaat JustThinkingl! .,p a
    and In Radar School. -
    I and
    the Florida Friday ANYTHE .
    .: MNr' tnnnl "" "
    Wlllard W. Wynn. eon. of Mr. Saturday. '1 WALTER MATTHAU ROBERT MORSE INGER STEVENS ..
    and Mrs Wlllord E. Wynn of Set. In. Italy and Germany "; ,

    ,,1 = t-O R i DA Starke.*has after, been promoted vuccesafu toSergeant story during has World Newman War as U a,bornloser'an the :. ApES PLUS a-

    i who ._ ., .
    army private ..
    completing: : NOO School at Fort EVANS'KIM s-- il.' "- -' n ---
    mlllatary) life In R mSf f McDOWAli- MAURICE .UEItT -.
    Banning, Ga. Sgt. Wynn is now spends his / /t1'UHEl' .'. ,. .
    1 :", I attendtg- Airborne School for 3 the guardhouse and escaping! HUNTER'JAMES WHITMORE JAMES DALY IIBI'JWIN FIN\EY Mz
    latter attribute ,
    at from It. The .SWNIEV CONEN1 "
    weeks BennIng.
    11:2 singles him out for a special LINDA\ HARRISON" *.'5''/1Cr'r p PTODUCllOHS-SoRfWRWAMS! ;'; ( ISSlttililSCHAffllER TWOmilOAW JT .

    Federal l Deposit Insurance Corp.; W. McRae, a mission. Newman II Is promoted 'ta'r ib a.wn Cdr w Dae.e ," '
    Major Arley
    Member to the rank' of general MICIAEINIISon. ;ii l H ROliStRUNC :fwt&wmT.'SiwiSmS'rMAyiSIMr: ;; COtOlIVCIWlteI H ,
    native of Starke; has been i
    One of 30 Banks of the Florida National. Group awarded 'the Silver' Star forD and assigned tjie. task of effecting. -
    the escape,of five ,Al- I

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    fJet't.1tMI J' Two _.Palfe.Feue '1 -- __ BBADFOHD COUNT" mxattim-'l: ,.ur/uam. nxmnnc THURSDAY- JULY 25. 198
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    Colored Citizens \..



    The Instructional baseball
    program for boys area! 13-1'.
    will start Monday Aug. 5. Al i h' J .1,
    boys who have not signed up
    are asked to do so at the
    Reno Recreation''Center from
    3:30 to 6:30: dally then goalong !L.
    with practice. ,

    the enjoy SCHOOL Head Jacksonville another Start NEWS field students Zoo trip Saturday will to' L LF f .-,.. : ; !pipiileil: anil iticHliifmf- --- iljs-; i ; ,f

    as another learning eXirrlence fI

    .please cooperate Parents with are asked the star to \ United States Department of Agrifci/Jture I
    on tre field trips. Op STO : ::
    NOTICE ___ f.
    The Vacation Bible School
    that was scheduled to start aNew
    .. .
    WIHM.DIXIC' .TO. ., INC.-COFVHiailT-tlM
    Bethel Baptist Church on
    Monday July 22. will start Ib. Om ACTOR IImE On Colfo of Your Choice With S5.00 or Mar PurchoM Excluding ClgonHM
    Monday July 29, from 7 to I
    9Rm. : '
    t. Morten Methollst 1 J oeooe_ 'o.oea; .A

    pastor Crurch:,Church Rev. H.School P. Hudson at 9:30: A r Mb. Con CHASE! A SANBORN UrI 0. toffee. of Vout Chain; Wall$5.00 Qt MOlD Jfurclrs fudlnll6ClQ..It'li' ? _. ICOFFEE. }I-

    Morning service at 11. Afternoon A
    service! 4 p. m. : .1!58 L LCianlWHITI
    Greater Free Will Bethlei ':
    : I Ii
    ] 'in Baptist Church Rev. ;: 000 . . 0 .

    Lewis McKay pastor. Monday i 8;Blue AIROW a
    night. Choir No. 3 and Ushers '
    Board No. 2 'will meet. Tues-
    .day night. Choir No. 1 meets. DEIE GENTI : 49' .

    Meeting.Wednesday Thursday night Prayer nigh i ; 4 ... e
    Story Hour at the church.'anc : : ILL SUPERBRAND (qhq f fI
    Ladles Circle.. Dinners will be :) ;:
    sold from the church kitchen i : .
    Saturday night. MARGARINL..6/$ .1
    Mrs. Sarah Prince Is home I A ;

    from the hospital and.would Carton TOPPER ..", ,.
    appreciate vlstls and cards to

    speed Greater her Allen recovery Chapel AMB (I.GARETTES. 2 9 :

    : .
    'pastor Church: Sunday Rev L.School A. Sampson starts .. . ;

    the day followed by morning P :
    service at 11. EvenIng service 14 e re CHCK All FLAVOR* We Cm t '
    t.-- .4g.I'

    will e.The p.end m.annual August Women's 11. All members Day- PAP RTOWELS..4/I. CAIiHED J1tEuI0/791 i HORMEL sp :;.. : HORMEL. CANNED
    I 303 Con THRIFTY' MAID Ha. 300 Con CANNON \

    Bernice are with Morris asked the to and captains please Mrs.cooperate Mrs.Au- APPLE E..6/I. MAYONNAISE............ 59* ASPARAGUS SPEA.49: .:" HAMS"" ;: :; t

    drey Mae Gibson.The captains !

    Are .working Mrs. Ernestine with the Tkomp-chairman GR FRUIT i DRINk.! ..41. DILL STICKS..39r'_ ( of Luxuary.Cosmetic..Bag Stamps'Wlth 1 Urciqd l 1 3 CAN IB. $2. ft'n:; '''

    k'ns to make this a success le.o1. DEEP SOUTH STRAWBERRY' 2 Roll PIp!. SOlV.. Rap 1RIQUETTIS! c J \ .
    ful affair. An Interesting pro- PRESERVES..39t< AURORA TISSUE. .23* C HAICOIL.-.88. <""!\ .'j ,.
    pram Is In the planning stage ...... )1'/
    for your etertalnment. .wi. ;. .
    Men's Day will be held at SDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORM FED CHUCK ROAST OR V '
    Annie York Missionary Bap-
    tist Church this Sunday July STEAK. .51 ;
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    Tax Reported CollectionsAre ,L T A_ D... .E LMoNIco7sTEAKfl! ":; t-

    1068 cigarette tax collections I t I
    reported July 12 by the
    State Beverage Director's office POT' IOAS" LI:68: f
    have totaled $7.411 for e..o0 fr

    the City of Starke through 21idb.11g. fRESH GROUND ALL MEAT STEW OR'IIIWAS jI :' I M:
    May up almost $900 for the
    same period In 1967. '
    Collections for the city GROUND 'CHUCR.19j'
    through the first! five monthsIn TI
    ,,1967 were ,$8,514. a. S a a
    Lake 'Butler has collected W.D BRAND LEAN..Plui: 100 Stomps With, Coy. .
    $1,540 to date In 1968 compared ; 1 "
    to 1.414 through May 1 99
    of 1967. Collections in Green BEEF t.S.l I '
    Cove Springs, have totaled J"D 1 ;
    $5,474 this over '
    year. up
    $4.867 In 1967. Keystone

    compared Heights has to $1,452 collected the$1,540 same R.b$ 45f S e 399? J i
    period In 1867.Brooker collections. to date 1 ....!. .IB.. .. r

    this year total 403.76. com- WRYERD' .
    pared to $362 through May
    : '
    1967. Collections In Hamptonare
    down about $80 totaling
    $206 through May this year FRESH GRADE"A'FRYER THIGHS OR FRESH GRADE"A"FRYER, iDramsticifs '
    compared to $284 for the same i 29 t'
    period last year. ..... ".59 Wings-........ : i
    Lawtey has collected $673 ..... ________..M__.. ______... ad7
    this year compared to $393 : Half r e f .!
    for the first five months of : I I -"
    1967. ....(-GREEN....-STAMPS--..... :. '
    Portion of the cigarette tax .: POUIO '.L.. PICO.. : ICE CREAM
    returned to Bradford County .cl'Ji OOOO LUCKMargarine
    through the first five months : t : I
    this total $323: Clay ..1..ooo TMHU. JULY._.... 2JK : }
    year .._ _.. ::..:...:._....; .
    County has received $1.647 :" M ::::: ......... -- 4
    and the Beverage Union $475 Department., .according to .u-u.n.i .X. .R : .n.ixTiR : 1 2/$ I '
    Statewide collections for I I WIN. ...GREEN....,MM.-STAMPS MW MWCM.lt M .4'1i.."..-GREEN....--STAMPS---. :. 7 : ,
    the month of totaled e
    May .
    $9.502.531. Of that amount I IAPI.a.L.>MILL PICO THICK I DNa ...09. i. __ _
    3781.741 went to the State : IQ:'!{ Sliced Bacon IQ.._t{. Parsons Ammonia : I

    General Revenue Fund $..- .: : 'J. "...aaOD.....THMU.. JULY......aa I ... 000...THRU. ..JULY.......Gel :. I PI
    246.399 to qualified municipalities ........M..M.... .... .-..--- ".....O...__..M.._...._._.. .

    $474.410. to and the 67 the counties.remains I- EXTRA: :.. EX.TRA. :.' I

    I .4'11....-GREEN YY-STAMPS-M.-YY. : I .4'1i..._GREEN--STAMPS .: I. ..
    CARD OF THANKS 1-1I .. .r'
    Jt'/i-L PKa. W.O.NANO : 'a7. CAMICMN.ON 1
    QUICK' PHOZKH J71 ( HAMO e10.. ., .... t 1
    Our heartfelt thanks to all I : : Beef Burgher. :. ..... '
    who extended comforting "''as OOD....THttU.......JULY. .2 .. OOO....THNU.JULY.......! j .V. r i
    sympathy and help In our :.....-"n...uu.........n......... -nnu--u.. ..n.t'M".......__.. :'' l r .
    recent sorrow in the death of -aOCOMA CHICKEN, BEEF OR. TURKEY MEAT U.S. No. 1 V...-Vu REGULAR WHITE .t.-Ii', ':': .f .

    Glenn'beautiful',Ray and service Sanders.other floral kindnesses For' the offerings :: I I EXTRA..4'1i..._GREEN....-STAMPS-- ... : EXTRA..4"11....-QUEEN......-:-STAMPS-:.......... :::', .I'IES' ,/$ I" POTATOES;:I 1 0 MGJ9''. : .,.. !

    I V ;.
    we are' deeply gratefuL The : J I Two PHO.. '."0'. '''.0''*. : SALAD SIZE MOUNTAIN CROWN >h '''tv- ... .'
    family of G. E. Sanders : .'..!. Pizza Rolls Johnson's Pledge : "
    ": \:
    : .OOO THRU JULY 29 000 YHIIU JULY 1. : '. TOMATOES 'LB. .
    : 14 at. No. TASTE O'SEA ET2. :
    M. JU MODLING WINS .._u_... .:::-::"'.. :;::__... ___..__ .. .:::::: :;::..._.: PERCH FILLETS .39* . ._. ... .BA' x,;:
    EX.TRA.. : EX.-R_- : ..MORTON ALL FLAVORS v '

    representative Nathan L. Modling.for Mutual sales of !: I I ..4'1i"...-GREEN---STAMPS-- .... :: ( .o.AH...._GREEN...._STAMPS_ :: ,.!.8MJ'IES..3/89'* ORANGE JU1GE..69* I

    Omaha and United of Omaha TWO rxaf PATIO' :: Ir.0'''. 'T N.T.. r..Q1 Hall Gol. THRIFTY MAID I
    In Starke,has been recognized : 71 Enchilada Dinners J71..... InJect Bomb :. LEMONADE... 9/99* 0 ;' 'f

    as one of the top ten first- :( ::;w.; ..OOOYHIIUIULya.... ...... ;:[ .sf 000..._.THRU..... .JULY......*. : 12-01. ASTOR "Th. Real Thmo'FlOAIDAer..e ORANGE DRINIC I .3/.S" .1' r _, .
    year i representatives in comp ...-- ....'.. .-..".....'.".".'-.-..........;-......................'. ORANGE JUICE69'* 1 I. I. ..... ,.',
    any-wide competition for the YOUNG &TENDER ;

    month Mr. of Modling June. Is associated [I I I EX-TRA..JfH.......GREEN......-STAMPS-..-... :: I I EXTRA.AH...!..-GREEN- '" STAMPS- --.. :: BREADED 2Lb.;THIJNOFBBOIT BRAND SHRIMP CHUNKEES ....$1 99 POLE BEANS.; .. .. 2 LEI. 4'9A:; j
    with the R. E. Holman gen- : : ;; .: ,: ; : 10.02. FlESH FROZEN SLICED '.1 i
    oral agency. in Jacksonville.. : I PKa D BRAND Of FIVCW :BCKFSreakette : lJ7I W.D BMANO LAN' : STRAWBERRIES 1 Hb. C.llo Bag YOUNG TENDER SWEET_JUIcY CALIFORNIA SANTA ROSA / I
    ::1 ,..", 1 Ground Beef .. ....... 4/S1.
    ::1 'f;; .. :OOO... THNU. ...JULY._....>. :'I l ::.v. .a.000....THRU. .,.u"y... .. MRS SMITHS LEMON MERINGUE,.COCONUT OR Carrots !2/29 Tr1"urns 3 LBS.'M. $1'F ;
    cardboard.Tb.SIGNS.an kind. Telegraph.Metal or ............-2....--..' ...-....... :.....-.............w..-- __u._.. flPPU! PIE...............2/S1. .. I : \ .i., .

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    l \. ._. -_STARKE FLORIDA ThURSDAY JULY 85, 196S Section! Thr'.* 1'ae" One -f
    h ,
    [ Which ,we all,need .more' of German-American.:. Club in
    n ,
    I 1::: Chance Keystone Scouts
    : .P 4s for perfect. Jacksonville.Mr. .'
    : WETS SCORE On Week's CampIn I like. In Jesus'.Love. and Mrs. Charles Par-1

    ..;;Key.stone, ,Hulks To.Be Buried North Carolina I I is we for, receive insurance through. His dee visiting of Lake friends Geneva and have relatives been I

    , : JIM FOX Arlington : word, in central! New York State.'
    By Eighteen members of Boy
    . : "--'Please- Phone in Your Items 473-4148 Scout I N ii| .rfor never, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Scales attended -
    :: Troop 105 of Keystone
    WIN IN I CLAYKeystone ere we ad with our Lord. a Grocers Association
    Hay E. Chance, retired V.:s. : Heights, accompanied' by adult B 1 fa for excellent, banquet-meeting ,In Tampa
    Navy lieutenant commanderand leades, left Saturday morningfor
    1 which .
    home wiU East weekend.We
    our new be.
    ; WARS GROUP.. TO :MEET Andrews -Episcopal:: Churcr In 4 resident of Keystone ,;." a week of camping activities :- S is fort to learn that
    . ,, The fourth annual1 Mars Interlachen] will be the guest Heights> since. 1952, died Saturday Heights 'PrecinctNo. County have varied .from !Ito t from' the First Baptist Church in the mountains'of: .North ,. like our peace (there ,will: be. Mrs. Nell ,Orayson returned.
    : [ Meeting-Picnic will be held celebrant for the 9.30: service July 20, In. the Jackson- 7. joined the rest of Clay 10 or 11. The law providesthat ol Green Cove Springs after Carolina., "S t is for Salvation, from a visit! with hell __

    % Ix. Keystone Heights on Sun- 01. July 28. Prayer will be vlHe Naval Hospital where be County in voting Tuesday to one license may ,be. issued refusing to drop his fight for Scoutmaster Steve Moore aU you need, and It'. :FREE.: ter In Southern Illinois onlyto
    t Iciay; in the Masonic Hall. lead on August 4 by the lareaders had been: a patient for the past legalize the sale of Intoxicating for every: 2,500 '.people; legalized sales.' and members of the troop be hospitalized with .ft virus.
    Visitors and their families. of the church. month. liquors by package and and the county's population ," Stump said he ,was approached spent Saturday night at the .

    irom all parts of Florida Tre EYC will disband until Services were held at 1:30p. : 01'Ink. Is now estimated In excess of by, his minister, and Rock Eagle 4-H Center, near M. L. MODLING WINS

    will':be here Saturday to enJOY the second Sunday of August, m. Monday 4n the W tiber- The vote countywide [Including 20.000. ,' a" deacon of, the ,church and Eatonbon, Oa. and were sched NEWS NOTES COMPANY COMPETITION
    golt, boating and relaxation as a result of so many of Its ry Griffin Rlvermead Chapel i In absentees] was 2.878 Sale of liquor will not begin "asked "tQ repent publicly.. vied to arrive Sunday ,at the

    .. Herbert Nelson, sr., members being on vacation Orange Park wtth Father J. T. for legal sale and 2,452 i In the county until licenses The.ongregatlon of the church Apple Tree Group Camp In By HelenPERSONALS K6. Nathan I* Modllng. sales
    chairman and host for this WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS Domino officiating; Intermentwill against. On the question of are issued by the State "'Will be asked to vote In the North Carolina, where they representative for Mutual of

    event said that MARS la an The Duplicate Bridge Club take 'place Friday tn ArIlngiton method of sale, the vote was Beverage Department, a1 pro- matter",i Stump >said, spent Monday setting up Omaha and United of Omaha.
    abbreviation for Military Affiliate -I rponsored by the Keystone National Cemetery, 2.557 .for package and drink, cess that could take several '* Rev. Tom RYan. chairman camp. In Starke. has been recognized

    : Radio System which Heights Woman's Club,' meets Washington, D. C. and 2,018 for'package only. weeks It Is predicted that or.the Clay county Council: on Tuesday the Scouts ,were Mr. and Mrs.' John Wats as ,one .at.the top ,ten. ,first-.
    is a.woild-wlde cornmunlcitlon every Monday; evening at tre. Mr. Chance'wait'born on January In the Keystone precinct, there will be'several'hun system operated by el- Municipal Building. Play be- 4'ueoe;' tn Spring Valley, the vote was 320 for legal applications for the lucrative I '*We regret' that the Doting Indian village and mu- have been'.tay1nsr at white any-wide competition for the

    man and military radio am' sr.ns: promptly at' 7:30.: 111. He entered the Navy in ale. and. 197 against: 287 for permits., citizens of Clay County have seum and see the outdoor pageant Feather Court, while enjoying month of June.
    {tears. -', Last week's, winner were: 1923, serving: 29 years before sale by package and drink W. Burch Stump, chairmanof chosen to legalize the sale of "Unto These Hills." a vacation and visiting Mr. Mr. Modling Is associated

    'This district Is in the Third first place with ,,43 points, retiring: in 1982. and 167 for package only. the Clay Committee for Intoxicating liquor in our Wednesday. ,Scoutmaster Wala't parents, Mr. and Mrs. with the R. E. ,Holman general
    !lArmy Group with MARS I 'Mrs.' Arnold,Larsan, and Mrs Since corning to Keystone Klngsley Lake Precinct No. Economic Development. the pommunlty. 'The experiences Moore was .scheduled to leada Wllltam Wets of Brooklyn agency in Jacksonville.

    [adquarters located: at It "Joseph' Dey second place Heights, he had been Very'active 5 remained dry by a narrow croup that ,led fhe flght,;for bf>'the next,two years. should group ,of older Scouts along Lake.'
    1cPherson.' Oa. Tht MARS with 44' points; Louie Kyle in civic affairs and served margin, ,voting 47 to 41 I legalized .sales., was' elated quite revealing,.after which the Appalachian Trail, from J. Azzle Williams I Is back:

    !;director. Wade L. Nelms ot and Stan LaOoste;"and thin as 1 aay County, Dir, of CIvil against-. legal sale. On the with the results of the election. time it may-be well t<> recon-: CUn man's Dome to .:Newfound home After undergoing major .

    Atlanta; will be the featured place with 42 points. Mr. and Defense from 1>58 to ;a967.: DurInjT question of package! and :"It only, ,shows .that, we aide: the issue." Gap There, they were surgery 'at the Veterans Hospital "r....Tfc... 'Comrt Bradford Ol Thu Vo...,.,Con.Flor.,
    Peak r for the occasionPOSTMISTRESS Mrs Albert Bachmann.ST. this time he activated Rescue drink the vote at Kinsley was want 4 progress in Clay County. According to Florida statutes to be Joined by the 'Test of in' Gainesville.. Ida. I. P..l.. ... ,
    ANNOUNC- WILLIAM'S CHURCH Units in 39 for the Mrs. Olive Stevens In r..: Estate. of Charles. Dotifflai -
    Keystone Heightsand package only, and 32 ." he declared., another referendum on party for sightseeing In and her Camper. Deowued.'
    .');8 CHANGE IN SERVICE Members/ the Altar Society other parts. of the county, for package and drink. Stump said he was'asked the issue cannot be held for the Smokeys. sister Mrs.: Mabel Husband,' To All Creditor. And Persons

    3- Miss Gladys Tlllis announcprf'thls ';. who';-sponsored a bake including: Orange Park and Estimates of how many licenses to withdraw ,his membership. two years. Friday the Scouts will try, spent'the weekend with their Roving Axalnit. Bald Claim.JtJvtate. Or: Demand
    ; week that In order ale SUnday July 21, wishto Green Cove Springs.\ will be Issued in Clay their! luck at mining for ru- former neighbors and longtime -I You and lICIt of you are I

    , foi"comply with limitation thank all who so generously He was appointed in 1965 to 1ea and other_ !ram--_ stones_u____ Jacksonville tfrfendfe, hereby notified and, required to
    olalmi and
    present demandswhioh
    , Imposed on the Post Office supported\ the activity,, fill an unejcplred term of Constable near Franklin. N.: C. Jack and Marie Crosby, In I you any,' or either! of you, .i..

    {Department by Congress in The profits derived will be District 4, day County, verslty of Florida. was a sister, Mr.\ and Mrs.:B"E.'Kel tage. The group will leave for the Kisslmmee. Olive Is recovering Charles may have .aialnst liouiflaa the Camper.estate deJ'd&I of- ._.
    JNlblfc Law 90-364, curtail used in support of the Catholic and was elected in I960 ,to complete weekend guest at the Berber ley. : TlnW end Pat FUlmon\ and leturn trip home on Saturday, nicely from her eye In- ceased, late County, to
    mcnt of Saturday window I Council .of St. Wil the remainingtwo" years. Nelson home. Buldy Qarbet DUPLICATE !BRIDG9f: i; daughter I of Tampa, were arriving In Keystone Heights Jury.Mrs. the County : of Bradkord
    Services:will be effective liam's. He served several aa of (Pete and Sunday Irene Schrelner Is County. Florida at his office. In
    : July. yeara daytime son of Mrs. Nelson. will leave ,Winners of the Melrose .weekend guests t: afternoon. confined the court house of' aald Countyat
    , 87. : I II Bingo Is played at the : officer on the Keystone Friday for Lackland AJr Duplicate Joyce ''Barton.! Other guests for ,to her home on Belmore Starke. Florida within six
    Bridge dub were:
    } Nochange will 'be made in hurch hall Frida. Heights Police Department, and were: Point with a fractured ankle. calendamonthS from the time
    every ; Force Base. Texas. where he Mrs.\ Roland Bryan, and Mrs7. : ,Saturday might supper of the first publication of this
    iVlndow .service hours. curtehtly > 'evening. Play begins at 7:30: was a member of the 'Volunteer will enter basic training. We T. Hogue 1st place; Mrs. Bill. ,and Elisabeth' Noegrel of Srlffi Mr.) and Mrs. F. W. /Hie will not be able to re- notice.. Two. copies of each claimor
    provided on Monday m. The big- jackpot still Fire Department, American Mr. and :Mrs. George i slime her work, In Gainesville demand shall be In writing
    p certainly wish Buddy the W. J. orollck and Mrs. 'PhO Starke, Murray; Charlie: :Evan) and and shall atate the place of re-
    , distributed and dispatched as .FIRE DEPT. NEWS Florida Peace ODflcer Aaan. duty with the Air Force. Cook and Miss Iva HlUyer and Oortne Thleman and Clem- ; Mr. and Mrs. I* /ID. :Anderson 'Mrs. Ether Krueger has returned sworn the to claimant by the claimant and shall, nl be*
    ' .1J.1Iua1: Chief Edwin Bennett In Mr.Chance la survived" by his Roxanne Ketch daughter of Srd place; and I Mrs. Gladys mle Greek of Jacksonville, and and daughter and son, (Mrs. to I White Feather agent, or attorney and accompanied -
    ,.*ANNE'S:: NEWS the absence of President wife, Mrs. Violet J. Chance, of Mi'. and :Mrs. Arthur Ketch 'Van Netta anl Mrs. ,Oladys Mrs. Greek's rioter 1 Josephine, Carolyn Simmon and children' Court after a five-week 'visit by a such: films claim fee demand of one.
    dollar and or
    , Due to the vacation of the Huntley Redfeam and Vice Keystone Heights and a lIOn, has been entertaining three Wilson, 4th place. of New',York 1 and Mr. and ,Mr*. Bernard Anderson 111 Illinois and 'Wisconsin. Little not so filed shall% be void.
    " ""Icar" WOMAN'S CLUB administrator of the Hastate -
    scheduled 8 a. m .services tegular monthly: meeting held at Columfbda on Sunday 28 and at the fire house. Three fire York City. Junior and family the Robert Mont- Last Will and Testament. of
    July Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mer- .8 1C., where she went to eee Mrs. Jim' Avis. Brunswick, Ga.: ,
    , August 4 will not bejfcelol: calls were reported during the In lieu of flowers, contributions lanowhiz and children ot' day Club night held at a meeting home Mon- her, doctor. We are worry to Mr. land (Mrs. James Sweat. ; tomerya,, ,of Jacksonville Charles. Douglas. Camper deceased -

    > I Rev. George Milam. ,of.St. month of June. First Aid may be made to the FlorIda Biunawlck. Ga., were weekend Mrs. the of say that. ,while ceiling for news Mr. and Mrs. Mailoom Mack; suffered, on their' way north First publication July 4. 19 US.
    ',- .. Officer Everett Fox' reported Sheriffs Boy Ranch at guests at ,the home of Mr. I Russell Dougherty, :Monday' we learned ,that Mrs.Whltehead and Mr. and Mrs. Amble Mc- for a vacation. In Souttj OeorPa !/44t, 7-ZS
    14 ambulance calls during the Live Oak. and Mrs Buster Aiken of Lake Another bingo party was fell Sunday evening Laughlin.Atlanta Ga.: Mr. and ( a, speeding car forced
    same period. Geneva Mrs. Merranowhlz Is planned: for August 16. and la now in the (Medical Mrs Eugene Monster and dhdl- them off the, road, wrecking

    :KEYSTONEiHEIGHTS I Chief (Bennett reported pro Mrs. Aiken's niece. It was reported that the Center with' a : brokeltpeJ'V'I' dren; and Mr. and Mrs. Henry the car and tossing its occl- I KEYSTONE

    ,I tress; on repairs to the peach same team and Norton In- Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Kel- bake sale, held recently, net. :' twn.,ViTe \iwfcih her a speedy. recOvery Gotezynskl, Hollywood, Cal.: pants into a ditch.: 'With multiple -
    'trept siren. At this point in. low, Velma Menzen Vesta Al..en 163', Jr. and daughters. Moire ted the club 151.83.. "' .' Mr, and (Mrs. Arthur, ?Tozzi. bruises" and I'great disappointment -. '

    I the discussion. it was decided and Mike Merranowhlz and Beth and Mr. and Mrs. In other business, membexa ''Mr. and Mr; :r mea Klnetien Nashville, Tenn.: Mr. and Mrs. at.having their 'Drive-in TheatreFri.

    that ,members would delay attendance were the members of the other George Plcard, of Worchester, were informed that their dock and eons of Jacksonville. (spent Bob Armstrong and children. ung-planned trip wrecked. 1
    at the Forestry second-place team. Mass spent their vacation had been repaired by Doe time at their lake home Alma, Ga.t Mr. ad Mr* Warren Mrs. Krueger and her grand-
    Service School due to the HERE N' THERE with their aunt and uncle 'Tilson and Carl :HawrUinl.. Dr. some week. Tyre and children, and a friend. daughter, Judith, continued Sat. July 26, ,27o.ssoeAi'

    :TOIRECTOflAU1Ibi tfY recent State Fire College and Cmdr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Karpovitch mid ,Mrs. C. A. Hoffman Jrl last MT. and Mrs. Morris Kelly Janet Boaibwrlght Lyras),,' Ga.: the. trip by plane to.. Western -
    orthcomlng First Aid Train- Williams ,and children ,are -of Keystone He1gt ..- of Gainesville donated. orneVVVWVYVVyyVyyyyy Mr. and Mr: *. I\ C. "-".. .., springs; ., wnere they,WjI
    .. *
    1 .
    ''''"' 'hi IjI(_."' arnm : m..1Itt.. .. tl' M'fS down Saturday'cleaning-' ,I and'Meflandt.. (' .....:.........._.M.C"' .!t'i'1If1I".ctAU8'hte1J' ; 'ihd fiinfly, ,

    ' raining will be conducted by and friends the Jim Zowar- and children_ _u__ __ nryn r..lt._ _m.i.. _,.__ .j were their'lot next' door to IM, and Fee, Ga.i,Mr. and Mrs.; .Stove She.also spent some time with
    1 I Civilian Defense Director cu's, of Nelson Point. Cmdr. ,' arrived iicaiie'Wednesday up had a nice WeLt with them. Wolfe aM three glrlav' Macon, her son and family In Chicago I
    KEYSTONE Leonard Jones and Charlie Williams will leave this week after vacationing in North we. Mn. Helen 'Walker of Jacksonville Ga.; Mr. and Mr*. Jamel811'aulk- and. then went on for, a I'

    * BEAUTSHOPr ." I tfcOlave, a member of the for Norfolk, Va., where hetha.s Carolina. INDIAN BEACH la pending' a few'days ner and children: ; Mr. and Mr. family reunion at the family Sun. Mon. Tues
    local fire department. been recently assigned Mr. and Mrs. Stan LaCoste and el W. V. Argio, and children\ ; Mr. cottage on Mirror(Lake Win.
    ' i Edith,.JotuIH.. Owner I Plans with,torotherJin-law\ ad U..... A recent letter from. Mrs July I 28, 29..30U&Os
    j are still being coordinated for his last tour of duty be- entertained. friends from (Late sbsUa Vt) I : ,Mr.,',and Mrs. !D. W. Carpenter W. J. Paulette; Mr.
    Personal &: Creative Hair t iyI.' for the annual F\1-e-\' fore retiring to their lake Jacksonville over the week- By Michael H. Chltty I tar Mr end, iMIIW. J. :M. La- and. Mrs. ..W. .A. Paulette and Pay" Olson's'niece in Unity,
    tot Every Form tofiBeautyCiflture man's Ball which will be held Pk." 475-J171 daughter. Camion. Ohio: Mrs. WIs,. reported that she hal
    place on Santa Fe. Mrs. Williams I
    and grandchildren
    : Tues.-Sat.; ; 9-9: .closed saturday evening' August 10. end.Elaine Imdea Edith IFInney. Indiana; : Mrs. Jallen] on ,the ,back ,steps and
    and the children will daughter of ..A..AAA.AAA.AAA..... of Jacksonville\ were Saturday J
    It is hoped that a record- Capt. and '( Phillip Douglas. Bellewlew: suffered a. small pelvis frac- r !
    remain Mrs.
    in Keystone for an Richard Lov- v18Itont 1 ."..,t .' ,....
    NURSERY _, ,1 breaking crowd will be in at- additional vacation.Mr orn, returned Monday from a Hello there, friends and Louise!! and Paulette Strand-I Mrs. C. F. Smith ad daughter. ture. She, has been ambulatory .
    'ndance. For additional. de- Salt Springs\ : Mr. and MM. R. but wanted her friendsto ry 'tlnaN": "
    and Mrs. Girard Evas- "Ix weeks tour of study of neighbors, tW is your ole eog- of Jacksonville are epend-
    d.c. Calmes ,Nurseryflypy. ,.alls contact members of the havlk and children have returned European history. by rolMngr-reporter with the berg another week with Mrs. B. Sheppard. Ldve Oak: Mr. know about the, accident iJ

    100, Florahome _.6159- UI3 organization." I I to their home in Pittsburgh She attended the confer- news. If we keep having rain I Jo ing Strandberg. Charles Strand- and Mrs. Hayden T. Qmlth, and as she owes so many of them ( f, !, 1' 1
    of Blch- ence'with like we've, !been- Renee and Candy. Starke: Mr. letters. Mail may be addressed
    The resignations having
    Hfrsvry Stock: Thousand* after vacationing with a group of students : eape. berg joined them for the week- (1. ,
    and Robert ?rom Central daily Saturday ad Mrs. X.M.,Smith. Mike and to Mrs Olson at Box 14S. -"- "
    rla. night)
    01') P1&nt.1A Fruit Tree to arl Ooetzmen Mrs. Evashavik's family the Jr College they end. Other guests during: the
    chpose from Shade Trees, Evergreens Menzen were submitted to the Charles Garbers. They studied In Italy. Swlterland von't have to pave our roads, week were Mr. and Mrs. Mack Terri. Pompano Beach. : Mr. Unity' Wis. 54488. Wed.. Thura.'July ..
    A: Landscape Plants in group at this time. Both of Keystoners were touched France and EnglandMELROSE lust put out marker botiytt. Ellis and four" grandchildren' of Trellle Cheshire, and children. :Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nor- 1
    Then Gainesville: Mr. and Mr*. Reigh wood, of Santa Fe Lake, are .31. Aug.
    containers. the volunteer firemen have deeply last week at the loss we can get in our boats Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs.
    i ,Camellias&: Azaleas moved from the city of Cmdr. Ray Chance. who ryvyT V.VYV Y V? y-vyy-y y. and go all /way to road 100...But foe Tyre and chiMren. Cheshire. 'Keystone Heights: entertaining their three, small

    ff, Us 'Do Your Landscaping BEST BALL TOURNEYOn passed away, at the NAS hospital meanwhile, we have what might Mr.! and Mrs.. Bob !Burritt Mr and !Mrs. Johnie McOul- grandchildren and Mr. Nor
    : Mr. be called oversized waahfboavds' lough. So there was a nice little wood's sister-in-law. Mrs.
    Sunday. July .21, members in Jacksonville. and daughters> of Jacksonville, .
    U&ED: 'CARS of the Keystone HeightsGolf I Chance will 1 long be remembered -complete with !water I guess were weekend visitors of Mr. crowd at Mrs. Smiithlsj. on Sun- Minus Norwood of Miami
    Beach. who recently lost her
    and Country Club spon'llored for the many hours he we'll have to look on the !bright and Mrs. W E. Kite Jr. Sheryl day
    By Joyce! RoweI&AAaAAAA4AAA&e side of dt-J-at lealat' our laked Well, that's all folks. So until 'Uueband. She will visit friends
    jIankiUs! Car. a Best Ball .Tourna-: donated to ,,the Improvement Nobles of Jacksonville, is visit-
    week Odd bless and relatives in the West before -
    will be next ,
    I coming up agialn.' Everyone few may
    of the for
    ment, with each team comprised progress commu Ing! !Rdbert Kite
    BIG. CASH DISCOUNT a.AA4 knows' and keep Now, here's Lee- returning' to make her
    need you.
    they to
    of four members. De- nity. .In his own unassumingmanner come day. (Rodney Kite and bill ft-
    I TERMS' rpite the heat humidity: and ,'!he was always work. Mrs. Mary Lou Sullivan has up a lot, especially we flabor- ends, Becky Sapp' were Sun on. home In the Keystone area. .
    BOY_- SELL TRADE hourly threats of afternoon lug, for his community as a ;one to Merchantvllle N. J. to men. So, there really is some day 'guests of his parents.Mr. LKEON'S CORNER Mr. and Mrs. John Kimble L
    Rt. 1 Box 90fly'
    get her laughter Mary Beth good coming from that rain. and Father "HapplneM"H spent Sunday evening for dinner -
    Civil and"Mnr.
    howers the 32 participants!| Defense Director, Constable Tamm
    8. tub
    100 8 Miles] '*ho has The is for Heaven, and entertainment at. the
    been visiting Chltty' (that's us)
    ntered very good scores In and most Importantly were Gardiner of, Gainesville,
    he club house. Low:net prizes ; as a conscientious:: citizen. andparent fairly busy last week. Mother's and :Mire:, Poole of Keystone where we'll tro some day.A .
    CONCRETE PRODUCTS Mrs. pat sister, Mrs.. Clara, Sullivan is for always.",
    were awarding to the to!- Our condolences are extended Olisson and of ClUb Estates were Sunday afternoon -
    her daughter of Miami spent two Wllllaton, stayed with us from, and Mrs. we'll be there to stay. STOP
    J t THAT aLL. YOUBI lowing teams: First place to Mrs. Chance and guests Mir.'
    I fXHVCRZTB PRODUCTS with a net .score of S3 in- lIOn Gary who Is now living\ weeks with her aunt and un- Tuesday to IFrkSay. Thuraday, Red ,Neal. P i ii for prayer, f
    t V ABB THE BEST FROM cuded: Miriam Cantrell,Everett m'New Yank ?City while cle. Mr and Mrs. B. E Kelley. another sister\ Mr. 'l'eenle Tim Carter. Robert Blagaln.

    J Fox. Charlie 'Head and studying' at Columbia University. Mrs. Vlrgle Rowe celebrated Trenahaw and daughter of .and Wanda and John Causatot, STEAMING
    Edward's Building Jill: Belote; second .place-with her birtrday Saturday at .her Gainesville' 'came up and spent all of Jacksonville, were guests :ttthii h' \ .
    !,8..was entered by two teams Jim McMurtry Is (now at tome. the day Friday, Uncle Alfred of Jimmy Weber on !being honored p N..e. "'V[ {I, '
    1 Supply* Inc. -Mr. and Mrs, Robert" Hayes home with his parents Mr. Miss Carol Rothhammer, 'a Hudson of Gainesville spent with a going away part ''AND SEE

    4728 A.i 11fa11 -S1J-1J<< and, Col. and Mrs. Jim Ches- and Mrs. Kyle McMurtry. after ormer resident of Melrose, the night and next day. He and 'Billy and Jimmy were. both -BAPTIST ,.
    OAIN1.8VJLJ..E.PIA.! -Ington were members'! of, the receiving" his discharge who has been attending Col- I did some fishing*!but had verypoor home-with their, parents, ,Mr. '''TJS ABOUT
    -- .. -= ( '" 'from' the U 6.: Army 'Jim <-ge in Little Rock. Ark., left .luck.\ ,,Aunt Oortne, came and Mr*. James RoWblns for First Baptist Church Rev r. L" ,
    1 laatiweejc lifter him Saturday with ,A Lawrence Carroll pastor. Sun-
    -- completed his tour of duty for a.j trip to Japan. the weekend. '
    : I at a Military Installation at She is on a student tour and friend. Mba Diane Chapman of Mr.'and Mrs: Fred Swearn-! day School, 9:43: a. m Worship A NEW:

    ; NOTICE Jo Q AH Members Painesville Ohio. He will return he ,and the other studentswill Jacksonville. was a Saturday gen' 'Jr were weekend guests ofMr. Services. 11 a. m. and I
    to'college in the fall. attend a 'University there. night and Sunday guest. Sunday and Mr. !Len Sweartngen 7:30: p. Training Union. CAR LOAN

    Lt. Rhet( Fox lIOn I' of Mr. Mrs. Florence Johns and was 'Wayne'e ( my Jacksonville. 0:30: p. m. Nursery open for ,
    I arid ; Mrs. Everett Fort will on.! Orady Williamson, of brother) birthday. Those helpIng Mr-.'&od Mrs Jack Miller and all services. -

    And Bingo Players leave Friday ''fol"' the Panama :J'hereiBa.. spent Wednesday him celebrate were: Blly children attended ,Jack's 25th

    Canal Zone, where he will afternoon with Mr. and. ,Mrs. Bell, Denlae (Dewitt, Diane Class Reunion' of P. K. Young CATHOLIC ,
    R M.-Cason Chapman. and Harold Snollen. St. William' Church-Sun 4 -
    I receive" two weeks of J' jungle School la Gainesville Saturday. I,
    Mrs. Susie Waye Is leaving' tomorrow for day Mass 9 a. m. Wednesday ,
    I training before, reporting for. Walnwright and Now we'll look at the OHSQHOMY .
    liOns of San Ft. Bennlng, Ga., for a little Mass and Novena. 7 p. m.
    t active duty in Vietnam. Antonio Texas : NEWS. This is the '
    American Legion Post 202 Lamar Hill was home from Tent; the day with Mr. and Army life. Otis Melton 'pent name of (Mr*. H. T. Smith's COMMUNITY CHURCH
    Jacksonville last weekend to "Irs. B E. Kelley last week. Sunday with. me. He and I visited lake home.'Mrs. Smith held s, Sunday School, 9:40: a. tn.

    \lslt with family and friends. Wnv P.Duncan Is $home and (Mrs.:,Ida "Whltehead and family reunion Sunday and the Morning Worship 11 a. m-

    has Brannan Elam Olisson Buck Bunce. moved from old location in
    and Jim Fox returned home a stroke tens. Now she has a real com (listed by town of residence) only.. a.rv..eon 7. :MUner,
    Several Melrose 'resldents panion. Aunt Clara Sullivan Techla Mc- rut"" ,
    pe.rmanent- Saturday after attending a Jacksonville: Mrs.
    building ''on Hwy. I 100 to two-week summer camp with attended the AH.. Lowe and her grandson of WUUaton -EPISCOPAL _
    L family reunion at Lake Susan. came Monday and 'brought
    the ArmY' Reserves in Mobile
    quarters in' the former House of Bar- near Hawthorne. Sunday Grandmother Oopetand? back.: SCHEDUL8 St. Anne's church Rev.
    i ,
    Ala.Mrs. My cousin, Jean, and her OF SERVICES William I. Jones Vicar
    4 Paul F. Holl and eon. were about 120 present. HoJ"1 I
    Communion. 8 a. m.
    i I 21 North. Mrs. Betty Price of Jackson. itulband Tony Ball, formerly
    Hvyy of Pa.
    building Alan. Plttsburg. were
    5 gains!! q : I MSltlng with Mrs. Roll's aunt. ille/ is visiting her' parents. of Keystone, left FrI., moving' I PARK Sunday. First SUndayHoly 9:30a. Why put up with a car you can't depend on? Geta

    I Mrs. Marge Tracy. last week- Mr and Mrs. J. Leslie Price, to Pittsburgh. Pa., where bit Communion. 8 a. m. and : new car now and enjoy reliable safe driving. To
    of the m. Second, third. and four-
    I BINGO *WILL BE PLAYED end. On Monday Mrs. Holland Sr.Miss parents live.' We are sure going th Sundays- Morning Prayer finance your car, see us,for a low-cost easytore.pay -

    l I Alan were 'visiting at Kay Trlngle of Palat- to miss them. PALMSBUNDAY8 ,' 9:30: a. m. Evening Pray Auto Loan. Our loan experts are ready to serve
    AT THE NEW; LOCATION, I I 'where Stetson's Alan campus.was to In have'Deland an, ka parents is staying Mr.. and week Mrs.with WillIam her- aonville'Barbara spent!Barrows the wekend of' Jack with. er--Sunday. 7 p. m. Holy :Days you, with speed,', in confidence.KEYSTONE .

    TARTING SATURDAY JULY 27 Interview in the registrar's Duncan.Mr. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. DarylSorrow 11:09: A.K.-7:3: P.M. will be announced.
    *. :Another daughter, .
    office They then continued and Mrs Paschal Carr
    their travels to Central j Florida and children formerly of Melrose klrs. A. T. Fravler and two I THURSDAYS LUTHERAN STATE BANK

    ; AT8OOP.M. I I where they were joined by have moved rrom Doug- sons of Jacksonville, have. been,I ':31 fM. Divine Worship. 11 a. n
    t I Mra." Hol/rfc/ friuhbaorf Dr. lasville. Oa. to Starke. He has visiting the Barrows for the I FfTNDAMBNTALBIBLE Sunday. Holy Communion. 2nd Member 'r.Du:. K"TUOM U.ht1'1&.
    wttr Pine past| month. Mr. Frazier Joined Sunday. Services held each I
    Paul. F. RolL The Holls have accepted a position TEACHING -
    I Ill future meetings of Post 202 (Keystone-Melroae; ) I been coming to Keystone M 'Air Farms them to spend ,this week. : Sunday at Bt. Anne' Episcopal Tew Frimdlr Baak Im TMUT Frienflj

    summer residents for many Mrs. Dorothy Land and four Mr. and 'Mrs. Johnny Hand I AD Servises H U I* TheN Church. Richard Meyer, .. ..
    ,, will be held in the new home. \ years. I children of Branford recently and children are spending two I I. vr Bible Center mlrW ', c..a..t7..

    Susan Smith of the Unl-! visited her brother-in-law anl wek! 1 the Lander rental cot-


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    n.vvv..YY-"'..v.nn ville spent Sunday and Monday program and provide special MADISON STREET
    with Mrs. Ethel Tldwell. counseling to students enrolledin
    Sympathy and best wishesare the program. BAPTIST CHURCH 'i

    extended to Mrs. George The automobile mechanics Sunday July 28 Sunday'

    Mr. WilltamaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Davis in the loss of her brother programs which will consist of 9rlleol,9:46i, : > a. m. Morning
    By Mary Robert Crawford of one adult class and two!* classes Worship, 11. Youth Choir

    - ..' oi Lawtey. for high, school 4;juniors and Practice 4:30: ''p. m. Youth Fel-
    . Mrs. Mary Watterson spent seniors, is supported by a $13- lowship Supper. 5:45: ; TrainIng -
    .BRIDAL, SHOWER the weekend in Starke with 913 federal grant, but Ia not Union. 8:15: ; WMO Prayer
    More than 30( friends and :Mr. and Mrs. Frederick WaU part of the Manpower Training& Circle, 7:15.; Evening Worship;'

    relatives attenled a bridal terson and family.Mr. Program according' to Santa ":,3().
    . shower for Virginia/ ;Brown and Mrs. Carl TrWsler Fe'a: Dean for Community Edu- Wednesday July 31-Prayer1'
    Liven Thursday night July 18 of Gossport. Ind. spent two, cational for Services Joseph G. Church .
    Meeting, 7:30 1: ( p. m. -- -- .. .
    by Mannle Watterson\ Bart weeks at. their winter home Wood. The adult,course I\vIJll'lln Choir Practice a::30. BAPTIST r .1'f
    bara Hill, Edith Kenna and "
    12< months while the high school -Denton SumralWswtor! CHURCH
    1 jo Ann Hicks., here.Mr.. and :Mrs: W. D.- Carter course will consist of 1,080 ; An InvQstment 'Your'
    The City Hall was decora-' and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Perryare .hours spread over the last two Sunday bchooi 10' e.I .' 'm"

    ted with numerous unbrellas vacationing In the Smoky years of high achool. FIRST UNITED METHODIST t Morning Worship 11A in.*, ow
    , covered with spring flowers Mountains Of North Carolina j 'Dventnr\ Worship a p. m. :
    -carrying;, out a pink and this week. James E. Adkins STARKE Prayer' Meeting Wednesda TEN! emnte; Yit:

    white color scheme. Umbrellas Mr'and; Mrs. D. E. Bill 'and School, t.p. m. Sing each, Friday at f
    were also used in the games Services HeldIn Sunday Church ,
    and refreshments. Wendy spent the weekend tl':45: a. m.; Morning Worship} ip: _.Rev. Harvey, Lines pas I rss: .
    with relatives In Bradenton.
    Jones Chapel 11 a. m.:': MYF Activities, 6:30: tor. ,.-, .
    | -'il'hOee: ${ winning prizes during Mrs. Shirley Hamel and -
    the evening were Shirley Fu- Phyllis! 'Orlffln spent from p: m.. MYP Meetings, 7 p. ,m.j 'CALVARY BAPTIST p..v ;.. .fj;, '.,..,,' + v.nl .: ,. ,, r ., C 4sae3'i /fa SOt: i
    qtia- Olorla Abraham and Thursday till Tuesday.1n_Key 'James E. Adklns, 94. retired :Evening: Worship 8 p. m. ,Wt1tll, ; > ..MtA.j: Io!> :"
    Laurie Hicks. Corsages were West with Mrs. Hamel'lIdaulJbter farmer and'' lifelong resident Wedneslay Prayer Meeting e j Sunday ,.School 10 a. m ;; f.tii4 ,.Z Jf"'t r...i 11: nth J.t: !' -' '' i t ?r .
    presented to. the honoree her 'r son-in-law 'Her :'of'Bradford County died and Bible Study. J I Morning Worship, 11 a. m 4'of)1'1'IQ'1: \ -" 'hr It Mi.'fl .,
    'an} : :
    Cliolti ,' >.C...
    1 Thursday July 18, at his home -r' Chancel 't j,... .
    mother.Mrs Lois Brown, and granddaughter Susan, accompanied Thursday: .'trainhUnIon.8:30: p. BBvirdnt > 't ; .." :;, .
    the groom's mother, Mrs. Let- them home for an1' 'near Hampton. after an extended Rehearsal. 1 Service 7:30./: / Prayei' ;fa--: ,. '"
    'tie Crawforl of Lawtey. !Indefinite stay. illness. He was the son r Meeting 'Wednesday. 7:8f: .: ; .' ...
    of the late Eli and Se1'aJSapp
    Lawtey.'BROWNCRAWFORD Mr. and Mrs.- Tom Hardy BAPTIST CHURCH .p. m.-Rev.' R. 'U. ,Butler has ... '. "J
    and lifelong
    Adklns a FIRST r
    was can
    Brown and Jack sere visiting their'' daughter, pastor. .. ....
    of the Christian .
    :Crawford will ''exchange mar- Mrs. E"..L White. Mrs, Bards Church.member STARKE .' 1 -.., "'10.
    Tiage vows Friday: July 26 at .
    mother Mrs. Olive HEILBRONN BAPTIST ::;;;,1
    the Hampton Baptist Church. Thomas and Mr. ;Hardy's Surviving! are his wife, Pen- Sunday. July 28 -'SundaySchool. CHURCH; .HI WAV 16 N. .ill
    Andrews Adlclns, of Hampton
    'All friends and relatives are Mater.! Mrs. Warsaw and family cy 9:45: a..,m. Morning i
    invited to. attend.nRSON'AS I in Miami last week. On r' three daughters Mrs Worship> at li': sermon, "The Sunday .School8:45: &...111I

    their! way back they visited! Miriam! Kelly Winter Haven; I Bread from Heaven." New I Corning Vfrorahip,1 Training j
    ':Frances. Lott has resigned 'their sister. Mrs. ThI9! Ham- Mrs O. June Ellis Georgetown River: Baptist Assn.. Executive .Uhlon, 6:30 p.:m. Evening! Service ..:
    Irom-.the South Miami'' Hos- monl. in Winter Haven.I S'. C.?: Mrs. Grace Beat; Hampton Committee meeting, 2:30: p m. 'I'::30. Midweek: Prayer ,

    pital to accept employmentat Tony Kennon son. of ,Mr. ; three IJ ns. ,Don ''Adkins, Training .Union,'ei5.'Evening Services 7:3JRev.: L, Tommy
    -theVeterans''Hospital'Inpalnesville. : end Mrs. George Kennan <'of Dundee; Gerald AdWns. Worship, 7:30: sermon, "The J H
    ; She spent a,week left last, Thursday for the Air Hampton: and Clarence' Ad- bins of King, Saul," .
    with .her. parents Mr, and Force.' He ,will take his training klns. (Bowling Green;c 17 Monday -:- ,Youth Choir:' ? CHURCH
    Mrs. F. P. Lott; before"mOving .InAmarlllo Texas. grandchildren 30 great grandchildren practice, 7 1 pJ; m: "
    'to 0a1ne v1l1e.1; : and three great Wednesday Prayer Meeting \; Sunday: School.I 10 i. ni.'Mitring .

    Mr. and Mrs. William OHll'a'rd great grandchildren. '7:30: ( p: ni'\ :''Church'' Choir\ 'W '8I11p,' U a. m.
    and daughters of., SOr- 4-H: ;'Boys Attend 'Funeral' services were heldat practice, 8:30.( Uct=7lp;" m.-l.ReV. Island A.
    2 p. m. Sunday in: JonesFuneral''Home Baker pastor.
    rento were visiting Mrs. Melvin
    Wildlife CampIn -W. A.. Hogan. pastor
    : ,.
    with Rev. Carl
    Qllllard and Mr. and "ThttrMKyVUT: Bon.; 10 Sometime the desire to run out the door and chuck ::.
    Mrs. '''Don Fort last weekend. Ocala Forest Clarke officiating. Intermentwas a. ...and ,7 p. m. I It aM Is when 'are '
    overpowering -with
    in the familly plot in Ben we confronted : I t:

    On fish Sunday fry at Mid they Lake enjoyed near a I Walter'Prevail "and Randall Sapp Cemetery neai1' New. River Church Latter-Day of .Jw ''Christ Saints of NEW RIVER BAPTIST |. the mesa of an aft r-d1nner tablet .a' :r '''trSometime. ;

    Zipperer of the South Starke Station. i
    Keystone.Mr.. and Mrs. Richard ,4-H Clufefend Daniel Rosier and I 1 1I 416 East'Call St] Sunday"<'BchoO*. 10 .. at- .,'insi'ght lets us see.that our lives are :

    MOwry and family,spent the Dean Traylof of the Lawtey 4- Service.Held For Services; : Morning' Worship, II a. n. quite mesa too..In fact, things seem such a jumble a Qi .';r. tq
    weekend with (relatives in ,H dub attended Wildlife Camp Robert Crawford Priesthood. 8:43: SundaySchool TralnmrUnion: .' 7 p. m. Evening : I.: that our reaction to this truth it acknowledged*, It, ts.'nnl r r.fi eHolnhiig.ip M iii, .
    Panama City. Mr Mowry went lest week at Doe take .-.u ; 10:00: Sacrament Worship, a p. m. ""What's the use?" e.rlre NendM,11"i.wfwpi NM Im O.7.t 'It"
    deep sea fishing i on Sunday. Camp In .the Ocala: National Accident Victim 11:00.: Wednesday'night ..ntee. .t hr non e+/d NM lm /hr.na h iii.t : ....1\\.
    Forest. : .. I Well of course, the only to do with the dishes Mi W a.l"hw M lerh..l ,;r1'Jr'''
    ,. Mrs Delmar Peer of',New Branch President 7:30 1: p. m. Everyone ..lcom.L .. tnmg kr <* ritlw
    Jersey and Mrs Vlrgle Hud- I These outstanding 4.H member 'Funeral services for' Robert Dean Hansen. 964-6378 L. Parker pastor .. Is to take them to the sink,put them In hot water,and 4 *h a W""I r Na h''I u4 M ref ( ,
    son of Savannah'' were I ,'.were selected to attend Crawford 35;of Route 1, Law- wash' theni with a good cleansing agent until they sxnl enhl, rry d N M'1' +a'rs::
    Visiting Mr. .and Mr i Joe,this special camp m'the basis of tey. were held: a, 11 a m. Sat BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ''CHURCH OF CHRIST shine.! Masi,w IM i{
    Forsyth en' Saturday. :their project work: and related urday' July 20; in.Union..Primitive i Yi h eia h.yihhr ,eHI mmrae,,wii t V Npt,
    .Mr\ and Mrs. Clarence Ha- I activities leadership ability' Baptist Church near Sunday School, 10 a''' in.; : 'Sunday: Bible Btudy 10lu Less obvious perhaps, Is what to do with a messed: qzi e.m.itMili p>M tf uliVt,m iIht Y'n+?ed
    .and n..; Morning: Worship and A Out!*f IM I.,1)a eMqv,J e.'
    personal development. IU
    pan and family of St.'' Au- They Starke with Elder O. M..YarboroUgh Morning worship 11 a.: ; life We Invite
    gustlne were visiting Mr. and will be required to give talks < officiating. Interment Evening Worship .7:30 p. m.: Communion Service 11 4. o. up ; you to seek an answer In church aN **t MI harp'iy M.r, y.ee, ',
    Mrs bonnie Melton last Sun- and write stories 'about their was In' Dyal Cemetery 'with Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m.t Evening services''6:00.: this week! You are sure to find there the Power who %r* M'i"' aid $.lro.e getU..N '

    experiences to other 4-H memo DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Wednesday: -Rev. J C. Hea Wednesday Worship service will help you with your problems;a power who cared ||(4 IM Oiwiti fa"r" H Wit; tar

    day.R.. E. Cutchen spent last bers, In the County., Home in charge of arrangements tens pastor ''7 >p. m. Minister Jadk P. '' immeasureably for your soul. e 'fNh; ea,1, ieeng, Na fir :ai ;
    r Highlights' of the camp were Sr.,.cii| tiln( t U
    weekend 'in ASnfoWA: r fah >( M f | r
    While' there 'ha attended a Classes in Forestry. Came Mr! Crawford died as a result FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD{ BeO.:,: "Coating all your care upon him,for fa cares foi' 'Net ) b

    Cutchen family reunion at the Management< Boating;' Safety, of Injuries received when '. OF STARKE '.(, Io o/Jlt_ you."I Peter 5:7: y '' .
    home of his sister.' Mrs El- Oonsorvaloni, iFJsh Pond Management struck by an automobile on XT. West WeldAh St. and Raiford NORTHSD3E BAPTIST
    more. All ,the children and and Fshhdng; and S. 301 South. Wednesday Road CHURCH "And. th4 crobkefahall! b'a'jftoda straight, and tin te3wasawr'}' +3}: ,
    grandchildren representing Fishing TacWe. During the night, July 17. He was a: brlrk rough places plain. Isaiah 40:4b.: %'...*"'"'".*&"" >>
    five generations Were i 1 present amp'the 4.H'ers were able to mason and, a. member of tre ''Sunday School:' 10:00: a. m. :SChedule of. servloes: Sunday IfI'

    for,the. occasion: actually participate and practice Primitive Baptist Church: 11:00 a.: m.Morning Worship: School 9:45: a. m. Morning :f AC4i6' } .
    Betty Durlmg 'of .J'ackson-' in activities: related to their Surviving- his wife Mary 8:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: Worship, 10:45 a. m. .. +'i Y. farevvCw3kY'ii4'laJC} >J }'Yf+jl'CYr r': AlV
    Instruction.The p. mu; Evangelistic Services.'.
    !.ee Crawford; two daughters, "
    Training. Union. 6:45: p. m.
    4-H members also had Denise and -Renee Crawford; _.:Wednesdwj; 7:30: p, m.,'Mld- Evmlnr"S rrtce. 7:45.: .', MidWeek tot 1; '
    '4 camp organlzwtlon to enable one son Robert Crawford,, Jr., 'Week Prayer Meeting. Prayer ,Service; Wednesday HURST SHELL STARKE "66" ",
    them to practice leadership, all of Lawtey; three brothers, Pastor: Lester F. Rlehard- FAULKNERGULF
    7:46 'p.
    citizenship and other related Mitchell, Donnie H., and Char- bon- : m "' ', ..

    4-H development activities. les A. Crawford all of Law- CHURCH OF GOD .SMYRNA MISSIONARY SERVICE SERVICECarl SERVICEBill ,
    The scholarships for (boys tey; six sisters ,Mrs. Cleo Led- BAPTIST '
    ware 'given'by George Brown' ford' Rock Rill, S. C.; Mrs. .. 422 N. St. Clair St., 8t J'ke. CHURCH U.HAUL RENTALSTruck Hurst Phone 96.16111e Edwa! ${-:, ;Ph. 964-7231

    of Brown's Refrigeration .in ::',ols' Crawford and Mrs. Lucille Sunday School 10 a. m. Wor- 63.,: W.. Pratt St. Sunday '

    Starke. Carlton'bOth of Lawtey; ship Services. 11 a m. and service: Sunday: School 10 .'. ?lire.44.. Truing. .
    Mrs Betty Davis Hampton; 7:30: ( p.'' m. Prayer Meeting, A. m. PreaclUn. 11 a. m. _.Trailer Headlight Adjusting

    Santa Fe JC Mrs. Shirley Sawyer Miami\ ; Friday. 7:30: p m.-Rev.'L.' 8. Training Union 5:45: p. m. Complete Lubrication '
    Ark and Mrs. Bonnie Lord Akla- Williams pastor.. Evening worship ? p. m.Everyone ; .Brake. Service
    Will Offer Auto homa City, Okla.
    welcome f- Elder!: Minor Tune-Ups ,, ..
    DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH -- --.. .Wheel Balance andPROMPT
    Charley \ Mechanics CourseWith James EdwardsOf A.: O. Flynn pastor. .. 'u'"
    BROOKER 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE .1;1;; llgnment
    the mewl automobile 'FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 1011 N. Temple Avenue
    E.Johns'. safety regulations' now in forceIn Atlanta Sunday School. 19 a. m. Hiway 301 and 100 "ROAD, SERVICEAll
    Florida this area will feel'sfast Morning Worship. 11 4. m. Sunday School, *::45 a. ai. PHONE 964.5899

    growing demand for quail NativeServices Training. Union 6:30: ( p. m. Moraine Worship 11 a. m. 210 S. Temple Starke .Minor.RepaJnt.fA
    Lawtey Service, ;
    Evening ::30. Rev.
    fled automobile mechanics. Lacy Conway pastor.ST. Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m. 617 N. Temple Ave.'.--:,$tirkeLAWSON
    (Helping to meet this need
    --- Choir Practice
    Wednesday, STARKE BUILDERS :JA&tL!
    for James Moore .
    About this'quctlon: will be a new automobile mechanics .
    MARK'S EPISCOPAL 8 p.m..
    Edwards 51. president of Ed-
    scheduled to f
    still haven't program CHURCH, STARKE 'Rev. Robert D. eb .
    I overcome tart In September' at Santa wards-Warren Tire Co. ofAt-; Burdu SUPPLIES, Inc.

    the loss I took, ,a few Fe Junior College.A lanta. Ga., was held Tuesday Sunday services: Holy Eucharist ,

    years back when a mid- special Advisory Committee July 18. 8 a. m. Family Service RAIFORD BAPTIST CHURCH I Featuring Ace Hardware. OF STARKE, INC. MEAT MARKETAND
    summer hail storm ruin to the automobile mechanics Mr. Edawrds, who died 10 a. m. (Holy Eucharist lat &Schedule! of services: Sunday

    ed my crops. Therqwasn't program will meet July 25 at Sunday. July 14. was on the and 3rd Sundays. Morning School, 10''a.m.' Worship II Complete Paint Supplies COLD ,STORAGE
    8 p. m. In Room 222,' Santa Fe board of directors. of the Prayer. 2nd .and ,4th Sun- Buffet Lunch $1.25
    enough left 'to a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Training We Specialize in Custom ( -
    Georgia Tire Dealers Association. SlaughterIng
    Junior College with all Interested days J. Thomas Staab and Sporting Goods
    harvest, and it was too Union, 6:30: p-m. Rev. Jack I 11 A. M. to 2 P.M..

    ,late to replant. Would The persons Advisory Invited'Council to attend., composed Born in Lawtey: Fla. heived Rector. Stolte, pastor.KINGSLEY I II "Check Cutting and Wrapptngw.

    hail insurance have paid of representative> of area : in Atlanta most of his HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH I With Us First" Buffet Dinner $1.71 Prepared for Peep Frees

    me the full value of my automobile and farm equip- life. He was a member of the [Highway 100 at Tbereitsa LAKE BAPTIST 219 Washington St. 964-5270 :
    CHURCH 5 P. M.\
    crop? ment dealers and garage and Clalrm o n t Presbyterian to 9 P. M. WHOLESALE.Li
    Training Union-6:30 m. Sunday -School ... .
    service station operators, Is ex- Church the Atlanta Athletic. p. 9:45 m. J'
    Charley E. Johns pected to supply help in select- Club and the Elks Club. Morning Worship-11 a. m. Moraine Worship 11 a. m. U. S. 301.North Ph. 964-7600' AND RETAIL : -A
    Surviving are the widow Sunday School-10 a. m. Training Union 6:15: p. m. .
    Agency Ing and providing students for the former Mildred Morgan; Evening Worship-7:15: p. m. Evening Service 7:30: p. m. Phone 964.7059a'

    131 S. Walnut St. the program. They will also a son, Army Pfc. J. M. Edwards Wednesday Night Prayer Midweek Prayer Service FLORIDA .'.n"_

    PHONE 964-5070 supply additional training aids, Jr., Huntsville Ala; Servces-7:30: p. m. Rev. Merle Wednesday. 7:30( p. n. Come \ DAD & BRAD"SALES 4..f

    .hear progress reports on the mother Mrs. Will [Mantle Packham, pastor.NORTIISIDE. let us worship together. Rev. I EST NEW METHOD
    Lou Edwards of Starke: Allen I"1'Ioe. pastor. MODULAR HOMES24Ft.
    ,''sters, Mrs. Rex Miami of BAPTISTCHURCH
    r PINE!: LEVEL BAPTISTbunchy '
    Jacksonville :Mrs. Jean Ra- .... OHTROLa -. CLEANERS"iJfr'C,(;
    Serving Florida thel of Salisbury. Md., Mrs. Located SenM. !. a. H '" Wide .' l:
    Since 1950 William on Baylesc_ Highway Momin Worship 11 .. Under New Ownership
    I Royster of Hurst mPr OIIMIW 0.
    [SR 225: ] at Raiford Road .
    Tex Mrs. Drew Reddish of .-Servlce. [Booster band, .. Also 12-Ft. Wide '

    .i4 7orrd i- a ie9af tg 8 ,. 11... Wilmington? Del., and a brother Services:[ISa Sunday 181.] School,,10 Young Peopl) aa6 ,Prayer MOBILE HOMES: Your Certified .Master

    William; Edwards Jr. of Serrloel. 0 p. m. xvenimWorship. :
    Garr-vlinn- .,__ I a. m.;' Sunday 1ofomtq.WorahlP. I Cleaner'r.ly
    .yrM1I rY0rI Starke. 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla.
    11 a. m.; Training Union, T rr m. Uidwwek Campers and Traveltrailers

    6:30: ( p. m.; EveningJBervl Service Wednesday; 7:39 p I Phone 964.5745 for FREE Keystone Heightsand Free Moth-Proofing -

    I Mrs. Carolyn Cordially 7:30: ; Mtdweek! -Prayer Service. 'nu E.!: R.. Bowen, D. D. pastor. Free Pick.Up and Delivery
    Dlosel smoking? Wednesday :'?::3<>--iRev."Glenn Inspections and Estimates Lake Geneva-Ph.,473-4320
    Eaves Welcomes Lawhon pastor. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST : 311 N..TeippTe Ph/96457o4
    Representative I CHURCH STARKE .
    Ph. 961-5P12 You and Your MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Sunday School, 10.. m. .

    r 22 N. Bay SI Family fo YoU S :..,;...,.,.SfuM. Morning 'WoraJ p. 11 a. m. WILLIAMS.JEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT :rEDWARDS.1ik\
    nJJWhoh1 Training Union, 7 Evening
    Starke New How an&wer ,aif6O'd: rA. I p. m. -
    ; :< 'tIi:Yf Worship 8 p. .m. Prayer CO. ""t at,"
    Meeting, Wednesday 8. p m.- Grocery .and Market
    TTnlon T:06: p: 1JJro.W6t'I ,. dieting
    The State oi Florida Rev. Virgil Lovett. pastor.
    \ :
    W r Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries -=M ata -Feed
    ''It' Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and I .Wednesday fA6: Prayer BAYLEss'mGUWA1: Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems .'l
    To Acquaint You With Your City.f Chevron Diesel fuels bum Services.-*4iW N Wedneonlght BAPTIST CHURCH GAS AND OIL- \ ;'f

    I clean, increase injector life; -7:00: .,p.f n. -Family; BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts
    triple fuel filter life. Nights J.Sunday School 10 a. m.; Jack and Gladys, EdWMf4'
    are new in the area a phone Mvndng -Worship Service 11
    you 142'W. Call St. Starke Title Insurance U S.
    301 SodthStarke
    STANlARDOll *. m.;' Training Union. 0:30 .

    laD. will bring you a prompt visit, r FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH p. m; Evening Worship. 7:30: Phone 964-7064 I .158 W. Call Ph. 964-6881 PHONE 964-3312

    I.... local hostess. Please give i Sunday Services: Sunday p. m. I ..
    your .
    Call Your Standard OilMAN Prayer Malting' Wed.
    school. 0:4 t 7:30: '
    if.mv Morning
    IN P" m.; a. A. Meeting. IWe .., CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE ', ..
    l fer a call I She has maps and many STARKE Worship,'10:45.: ft. .U. EvWUiltf! Inc. ,..
    K. G. DUNCAN service, 7:30pm.t: Midweek '.:30 p. m.: Choir Rehearsal
    free and wonderful gifts for you 964.5132 Service Wednesday1.',tW: p. Wed:: 7:30: p. m.?; roth r" Owned By Those We Serve.Twelve I Northeast. Florida Counties "Helping! Our'Members\ Live BelterElectrically" 'I'

    ftom -local ''bttslnAsaes.. m. -.ChaiWi';Reese! minister.i Hood imeeting. last Monday r Keystone HeJl'hts-Phone "*
    ."" "t94
    r i timfard On Company! (Inc.In ICy].:.I j let each month. Rev. David ...;

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    '" !TJmIt.5IDAY, JULY as, loss BRADFORD CfMTNTV" TltUr.OR-\PJI. STARK!, FhORi11? ItS'o SECTION :3 PAGE S
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    ....;:". "'" .'" don'tunderstand. the correct KIINUKAI: SUKVICKSFOR : / & July 20 at his home in Dundee I Jverybodyborne and bring a
    r not-eDSny-aat4! r I(I
    .- .. I effoctive In Santa Fe. [< rawers.Told. Responsibilities procedure or in a /small percentage KALKKiH WATKU.H basket,
    : Funeral cervices for Raleigh
    einoe ''We'had( sflcimjich ral>1 of case they attemptto !
    75ar& / the 1 lest 'week' tnere'\ ' : : eWti/ItfSelliiigFHie-Cured using someone else's cord."We heM at 4 p. Monday !In 1>11- REUNION\: SET EZERA3E TYPEWRITER
    abundance of.(Wringso,
    : .
    oj e, .:;:: PRTSM4N talk. about I' dare Baptist Church near The Griff and Wilklnxon reunion Bond
    PAPER Mlmeo
    is shoH .thfe $reekTM; 'o ything :, don't like to Paper
    ., Leaton Jir., chairman pounds sold may be obtah'l.ed'by Brooker, with 'burial in the will be held Sunday, July
    _-. I 'have left 'to' say 4 is.eJl Morgan penalties, Morgan said,,, "tout Paper; Notcbooa l"IUetl.-:
    .2 .AJ9C County subtracting'' the last two church cemetery.: 28, at the New River New Congregational
    'III' Bradford I Telegraph.
    9Let'e' go flahlng" (good ; en- when violations occur the committee I Bradford County
    ; .l; fluexvured tries on the' card. The Mr. Waters died Saturday Methodist Church.
    _. r- 'l Ytrtty t) Committee reminds: growerIs la obliged to assess the
    ".f': it:.'r-. .Phone 475-2171 J9y..yy yy. change*! in this year's use of should make sure that the and program regulations Thepenalties .

    -:: ,...... : tobacco WHU-ketiftg card under pounds entered on It match the for tobacco falsely IT'S EASY TO WRITE\
    _., .
    "'-- .' ..JIoI........ : V : the acreage-poundage program. I sale ticket. Any marketings Identified are reduction in

    ....- ?B.I BOI14 (a.( ;Been hawing catch fialu, t TliERESSABy; _.'Growers should carefully I above 110 per cent of farm next year's allotment and
    any luck'!! I hanrent. What Jlt- Griffin's Lodge (east shore" follow the procedures for marketing I j quota will be considered excess .assessment your of heavy marketing RESULT-PRODUCING WANT ADS

    : tIe ,tto":, I ttiq{:. t.Jto..1Ohe!\: Santa FeV.repbda)' that the bitaa Dorothy Mills .. tobacco, and safeguard tobacco and subject to penaltyof ;quota penalties. In addition ,
    lhs;3 weren't even schooling' .are biting. atound UIe ed&e Phone 47J-4D18' theirmarketing card from mis. *8c per pound. ,
    If In- *
    : xnuqfcyess) Mtlng.+ ; People-have early In ithfe-r'HOO.\IIIt'11.nd lute t 'maths.ohalrmmn said. Another grower respon lbiJ- 'eligible criminal tobacco statutes Is apply.pledged for : Follow these simple]: rules to make your Want Ads bring better results. 't,

    been Pitching: bass in Melroae In ,the ,evening and further out\ ..... A AA A r .. tThet) ASCa'county office will Ity is to make -sure' that the price support loans, civil fraua Remember a Rood Want Ad is nothing more than salesmanship in print.

    Bay yMl they were schooling, durtngp the dayYThe shellcraclc- HOPE BAPTIST- "CHURCH Issue a marketing card for each marketing cards are returnedto .statutes apply' ," the chairman Write your Want Ad in the same friendly style you use when telling

    as we tt at* on the' south shore. ers are still:IbJWng'? on the santt-\! / SanXtarrJScbool; ) a- m.; ,farm to Identify that farm's the county ASOS: offices a* ,eats. I' friends and neighbors about what you have to offer.

    Some people,have been catching bam.Tuesday/. caught tw6'' ,'z, AtorningvWorship) ,. 11 ..a; mot tobacco.,If needed, more than soon as. marketing'of tobaccois
    them on top, water baits, especially ''bass, a four pounder and a obi ItatMmig.Drlton'' '6:30: p. 'mJEvenlnjr t One card i:will be Issued to a completed. Don't Abbreviate: Don't be Penny-Wise and Found

    -the diving: kind. How.ever pounder, in SO minute; Weftl\ 1- Worship, 7:15: p. mt t neAt. Under \the \acreage.poundage STARKEGUSIRESS Foollsli/
    studies that most
    shiners are usually of the marketing farmer has the Surveys end prove
    more nesday, Roy and !Mr. ZeUnef6f the begtnndnff program a
    Wednesday evening Prayer Want Ad readers do not like or underIt makes good common sense to eliminate '-
    -eRteottve"1mWdi'ft'' 'will' dovery'ivelf Jacksovnfe'' the card, or privilege of" overra&rketlng.
    'caiig tf> nunq .Servlcs.v7:30 ... with hoit season up !
    p m > <
    tf'ytSii hii'Ve'n' MJI.rll bass; ThuYa'r1a' .Y.'Roy jQlani and practice following "the service. cards, will show the total to 110 per cent ,ot/ the farm stand abbreviations./ Make it, ad'easy. for. unneeded words from ,.yourWant; '

    ). When' fishing for schooling Glen caught. 'aheUcrockera, ; Joe Bhadowena, lay miniate amount of tobacco which can quota with ''prtC. :lInpport and people to respond to your with abbrevl- Ad, but make' ,sure you;don't'corn the
    don't them
    need ''aid I be marketed during( the sea no penalty. ,This flexibility] keep guessing effectiveness of Want.Ad by making -
    bass) you -a. fairly fast Friday, Allan Jean..caught from" '!rat Baptist Church 1 in i I DIRECTORY i ations. your
    boat, so th ..t.you an/keep up .even base''-.9I''t t'fd y, (Roy arid: (Oreen Cove Springs, conductT son.When tobacco' 4s marketed, helps a farmer evens out hits it Incomplete. Remember, ;you're not
    iwlth' them. You atop the boat Mr.- Z 11h\j.\ Wtaght+ eight *>**a ed Sunday's services In the ;the.: 'producer must, present his marketing from one year to
    Want Ad to .
    and begin. : casting into the mid ad 18 sheUcrackera., and Allan absence -of the pastor. Rev', i card when he leaves the tobacco the next, while helping to keep AUTO SERVICE Fut Yourself 'In the Prospects Shoes: placing a save money .
    dle of ,the oohool, and hope that and iMr., BeMfgy and eon of ,. iiXJhdteiViiiQtlcipatln I at, the warehouse.! The cardwillremain the supply in line with de you're inserting your ad to.get Jesuits
    itrlept Itham, who was Give full information and all the de. 'land make money: Making ad.too
    will trIk ..t"Thoilgh'ome.tiroes ': JackeonvllNVtgog7l ,eeJOTI'bielj' : ,, in, the warehouse mand. ,|y ;i your
    one ; ; ) In revS ( Gilbert S. Brown tails about whait' you) have to' offer- short may save a few pennies that lose
    you will' ''not 'catch any1- three epec sAdf.4Ihdl4cfa'k.' ':'/ ''l ri'l".em' es, ,until:( \ the,sale,.is,made and the Morgan mid that'Members of Standard Oil, Sere'Ice Station' Describe your offering in benefit terms you dollars in results 1

    this Is usually 'a good way to,,erg. '!'___ 'COMMUNriY' HOUSE ,producer is paid the county' 'committee! and ATLAS tell prospects why your offer f
    : !ICoMmMity\ 'residents of ai: I L, Chairman 'Morgan cautioned county off Ice'1 staff"''are avail-* .. TIRES I& BATTERIES satisfies their needs. Give sizes, dimensions And It Is Easy To Order Your AAt

    I II Ij Il I iierf'; are tovlted[ 'to participate ,farmen'to be care.'that their alble to' explain)1'any! ) aspect' of Budget Terms-Road Service |I I capacity, condition, advantages., Trained competent Want Ad-Visors will

    in the recreation period marketing card is returned. tobacco marketing card use. Phone 804-7071' I And don't forget price! Want Ads help you word your ad for beet

    I possible
    A new1regdbvUort The committee'sl'maih.
    ,each Monday evening, at 7:30: them-with their cheek. ; concern 407 N.. Temple Start' I without price are 50% less effective results. All you do Is pick
    kt the !; this year! prohibits 1-s that farmers'1' understand the up your
    :"Theressa' community ;
    I than ad* with price. telephone and they do the rest.
    House. I leading the marketing card at rules so they can'market air' the HURST'S,

    SYMPATHYThe th ,v warehouse:r once a sale iscompleted tobacco they're entitled to mar- '
    'community is saddened; .' This same proce- ket. Morgan'stressed that the TELEGRAPH
    by ,the death of Morgan Darby dure is repeated each time to. marketing card is to be used .Service Station

    'bt'Smnte" Fe Lake: on Tuesday -' bacco to naarketedtThe Chairman only for tobacco from the farm '. Oas .= Oils ;. Lubrication j GET: RESULTS'
    I July=23.-Mr,.,Darby. was1' 'strewed that the i producers for which it was issued. There Goodyear'' Tires & Battrerle

    f well known and,, lllfed", here should check the pounds are usually only two reasons ROAD SERVICE I
    i1 P y and '''sincere sympatJiy Is ex-' of,the,,sale on i the sales ticket 'why farmers have difficulty SOl and 100 Starke PHONE 964-6305
    l tedend'to thl!'bereaved> family. gainst the pounds entered on with their marketing card according 1 -

    1 I. CONGRATULATIONS:. the,,x(bacK of the card. The to Mr. M'ol''a.nhev/!
    -- -
    Y To Mr., and Mrs. Tommy

    j we Russell', Brad and Marty on

    ,"rII Alton, i QrffhJ eild Mead .iiatA, I totaling'over-art pnonn ---- -
    i caught ,tberwlilleso' (above .lot of""baas are being caught: member.,a son.named William Oil

    i photo) 'In.Santa Fe. '', In 'Xiochloosa "these. days. Besides Brett ,oorn Wednesday, JulY .
    IT.' Alachua General' Hospital -
    Wl biting 'plastic 'worms they E SUNSHINI ASSORTED '
    : Shlpmawa ((west,shore. Santa are being' caught'' on an uder- ) in.Galnasvllle
    Fe) reports'" 'that the epees and water bait called' "Hot-Spot." To MrS. Rhoda Dampier fornavtng GREENS I

    j catfishare still blt1nC'OD' ,the This'''bait 1s used in trolling and t been honored on the .
    i brush,ylte& .and the> hreani*are is often Weighted down with a "Salute to the Citizens of the

    ; biting' good.. off (the) dock.,* pece of lead to make t go deeper Day", feature of radio.station 160z 9' w

    i My cooitii 1 l and iher'busb&nd, Some people have caught WPXE In Starke on Monday CAN

    : Mary and David Btegali of'W11liston their limit in an hours. .time. I July 22. We call this 'worthy
    went tl hin'g"'in"a' small havent' heard too much about recognition of a::moat.deserving I SAVI UP TO 25< LYKIS ,

    lake) in Levy Gouty Sunday afternoon the "Hot-Spot" .being too effective person. VIENNASAUSAGE SUPERMARKETS
    and wugMT'nlne1' Safes) :In Santa 'Fe but' then BIRTHDAY PARTY I
    .. .... ,I', ', Percy Sullivan in,observed

    ...... .... ... his first birthday last Friday I 1"' .7.f

    ..4 .>.*.>'..- ,. evening with a family partyat s.r0lo.r Hitn' coon, JUt iHumotr, ist_,intiMN'iir rum ,_:ur'
    hi. .home. Refreshments of px .'? titmt sumo( -
    birthday cake and homemadeIce 4 ANS 5/$1-

    JAtg ONVILLE cream were served. Those ; "'
    present to help celebrate, besides YOUR CHOICE! limit-1' Ono WITH S.M m MOil root o iiifrozfjit 'r
    : _
    : Ill
    v:. k4.vBusiness his- parents Mr. and ,
    ; .. ,T
    Mrs Percy Sullivan Jr., wer 4C ,
    his rreat-grand-parente. Mr. ASSORTED FRUIT FLAVOREDDRINKS .iCOFFEE R :SALE!

    :. Directory and Mr .' Cleveland Sullivan; ( I ,
    his grandparents, Mr and Mrs. I

    Percy, Sullivan of Palatka, ,. MAXWELL .
    _, ".0$. and Mr'I. and Mrs.Marshall' .., ....., ..._ _. HOUSE ib..n FOOD FAIR 'I--(;; :; ,

    Auto Sales & 'Service'LANDQ.O.NER MOTORCYCLES Strickland of ,.Ftorattome; $ 0 f:1; '
    aunt and uncle;Mr. and Mrs. 0. '
    Elmer Fulghum of Palatka,, :ANS'I u /'

    The World's Finest In HONDA and great-aunt. Miss Dorothy .c ".: ""' \ : COFFEBJ i C 1H"
    4 Wtoeel Drives Mills. ITM IM. MI MISM --P 5e I ''" 4 8

    Serviced' PERSONALSA .
    Bold and 2/29
    byRoberts' PEAS / '
    !- 'ICliemetG. \ 'MONTESA belated Happy Birthdayto .......... .
    Cove ;ftprlngs! ,,8038Jacksonville MOTORS CYCLES( CO. Mary Hersey, July 18, and list. MtMIVttll slit M.: w

    **-P60OPSrfiiFi See Honda's Hot 3501 Doley Hersey, July t. SLICES.."...49* ...............................................................................................
    49491 'Blaftfllng 'Blvi 'Mr and Mr 7: 'Newell lloth ............................ ............. ..:.. .
    Motors of Miami are visiting her "ee.i
    Phone 771-8244 tIz' *
    parents Mr. and Mrs. Marlort = = = SAVE 964 $2.89 VALUE
    MOTORS A CYCLES --------- --- ---
    fj .L.- Sullivan. r
    BAUCflfXRVICB! 4949 Blending Blvd. 111-8%" JI 1
    Mrs. Chester Searla andchUdren. dL t ou REGULAR .rc'S .. .
    .r'yt' are In Orlando this P DETERGENtFAMILY

    ARTS. week; where Mrs Searle Is I 1 \

    t MUSIC attending -the OEO Multipurpose i\\
    I BETTY :
    t Always Good Used Cars ,..Training J Center for Valuable 3 BOXES OF '

    t *8| Laura St. Ph. 856-MM accountants at the Statler. MIXES ,
    i I """ Hilton Hotel Coupon 1 CROCKER CAKE $

    iBEAUTY j ACADEMY Paulus Music Co. I .Mr", and Mrs. J. J. Lee 1 119 1 99''SIZE
    visited his parents In O'Brien CUP a V/ITH/ THIS COUPON AT OOO MF R. ,
    American Band:* atrlng InstrunienU Sunday.MrsP.T. + REDEEM 1 COUPON IXPIRIS JULY 310, I960. t ,BOLD l el"

    Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers I' CVMrfWry' ; attended RT M/0 R..e--------- ail he A.
    ; ...._"Hairstyling School Suppllea-Jn.ftNctJ a bridal ;shower for'Mrs. Dol- \ b'Y '\:, '"
    I "* Academy Roberta Recorders 'lle Loper' at'Hivthftrne Baptist discount health and
    Church last. BAKED
    at.W. Monroe 8889891Riverside Music Library-Lexprrt' '4
    rt s> evening.,,"' Ol)\,, Frt ay, MrsMerv e ; beauty aids ",/'
    Repair Department '
    L .
    .1>'):, 41 W. Monroe 835-8447 w .u shopping in
    f I Gainesville, and on SundayMr. 0 1 SLICED 1 g SAVE UP TO,164
    Hairstyling and Mrs. attendedthe
    -3< Mabry
    : :
    Baptist Church In St. ISOPROPHYLCHEST
    i Academy PIANOS
    i t RAISIN
    Cloud Mid that afternoon
    : laB Park!: 8t 888-8537 l I I
    served as oest man and matron ALCOHOL
    I Modern Styling Mutlcal Advi'd ''of' Iw3n r' at'- .the wedding ,
    : Qualified Instructors P6r> BREAD
    of Mrs. and C. S.
    ; Loper
    :r: Accredited VA Approved C. CARTER''.NICE Burton:at the 'home of Mr. I 76ot8TL : J/II
    I 'Day or Night Classes il" LOAVES 9 .
    : __'._ .._>_..... ) Burton" 'aune" Mrs. Shults. 15oz o .
    I ELECTRIC MOTORS t .... :In"8L.C1! t d. a
    i ? J ,,Jim:' indJo:IPhinipa! of MIami 0 0 '

    Peavy Brothers F c_, are vUltlnar.helft( ( grand- 249c.

    I" "' .ChJcIter1nCand; ;<>fI: Ir JName. pl1'enQ:r Mr..'M'< 'Mrs. James E _
    Electric Co. ,BI"aDd .Piano B., Philltpe.-for-! 't cbuple of .AM..os" SIll 6SJ. 4
    ELECTRIC' MOTORS weeks. s = .
    t S,< -Serviced-Repaired KIMBALL--"SWI JOW JIM 'rccier/an' /' of Ocala .....

    t J3enera tors-Starters, OHQANSRoosevelt '' vlsltedhld' uncle*nd aunt Mr.

    I ', Armatare Rewinding -,'_ Mall 88$-IMF: amtt Mrs., L;>;K.' I Childs, last
    I .M4 Lenox 8$ 2S38 > week.
    ? tmtm I mm mmmtmm mmm Uim .. ir'r..auaaitDias.! ( I Mrs. Es
    MvTERNITY'WEARJacksonville's" SEWING' CENTER ale Johnson, and C. A. Brln-
    I ,. of LUSCIOUS RIPE Li
    Ron Miami, and Danny ''' /
    C J Prast Of Hialeah are visiting i

    i ''t+9rti+ f .' H. & N.SEWJNG3CENTER. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Brinson / GEORGIAPEACHES e H,
    this week.
    ).. .,r. 'J THINK .ABOUT;|T I {: I W4
    : I 'This) seek, 'a' thought from QUARTER '
    i f7.i -.. .' :- Console Model makeV fiMsignet : *& Ma'rctiALrelius: "No longer "
    ,; stitches, monograms, talk at all about the kind' .ofi PORK yv a

    I ( ". overeat::*. *ews on buttons, i man that a (rood roan ClUtI"U "It.
    : Most Oomptet.h'lSbDp"tOl'Kotherf maRe,< button' 'holes1blind fto'be f but b"PAYROLZ. ..

    ; -"' Utch...:, No' attachment. >. ENVELOPES. LOIN

    Demonstrators $48 'or 10 '''per with. er without carbon flai_ '
    "!- mo. Call Jam 771-18SO Bradford'(Joan." Teletrrap"GLASS. .

    _luro1 Park .8t.-.. 365.60131MIYI'ORCYCLES \ '

    WESTERN: STORE -fite4 oJed Ielo x U.S. NO. 1 WHITE


    t .o/t.>wti;; ,r.6tn J Q h LITTLEDUDEWestern "MiiT rs CUP CAKES .

    I 0'1. PURPOSI LB
    '- -- I "''c ubI\ViJJe\( Store '

    I TAMAIIArJOce ir lVH1'f SHEA'S
    'l We em'Clotl\lnl'< --:- Leathergoods. ,
    '&11m To68000Service ', Saddle.-,and Tr Hert' GLASS
    tJ.-lrotoreye...,..a 8&oek. Charles ,Sharon Petty CO.

    U3 FnlUlps 1Iw7// V. S. I siJacksoavUIe .03 8. Ed ewood S84-M10 m-4J If-> I7243S1lilt
    t .. SS9-TM5 N.W. '4rti Piece aa1T f ./ w.
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    ...- N.-- ..... ..... SRAfVO* I. COUNT*. -........ ...._ FLORIDA __ ''THPH8PAT.' J11LT'iS; 1888.

    va. Aero Lake City, 7 p. m. ,'I finally': For. a re-pottlng mixture diseara. It can t\mll'the center THEY' DON'T LIKE erlng Stlnkville, population. odiat Church on "iB<<'OWnltteRoad
    t Gainesville 1st Methodist vs. Let'S' &il' ,'' University.' of Florida hor- of your prized violet Into, a decayed "SMELLYCHICKENS"\ 72,000 stinking chickens .Un- ,,west of Starke. Everyone
    I RECREATION NEWS Garden, 8:30.: Gainesville RUBS 'tlcuUurlerta recommend a mix. maM. There Is no control Residents of' Bazetta town- fit for human-:"habitation.; welcome &Refreshments' .- will be

    Piker vs.. Winner of game one, sa ytlfM.:,iof onw-thlird peat, leaf once the disease hits. Destroythe waging .erved. '
    In Ohio
    10 p. m.Wednesday. ,., 1fIob14' or rotted manure, one- rest of the diseased plant, chip against a chicken are farmer war SING AT PINE HILL w
    I July 30-Untver- Gardewe Mfd sand, and one-third. good discard the soil and terlllze the '
    I whose stock they jay la odoriferous A Sing; slty City Florist vs. winner of ; *, gtttden' loam. Add about one- pot before using again. tin other words night, July 27, starting 7:30: Electric. For sal or renL \=.
    ame two, 7 m. Winners of half! +-Cup-' of superphosphate to To holt leaf spot or nail head
    w p. '
    A Bnarpe .>> "..irll"orlda smells ..bad.] They are taking o'clock at the Pine Hill Meth ; Bradford County Telecraph.
    games three and four, 8:30.: St. Bervey ea. b. half.' bushel l of this soil rust, try spraying: the plant the case to court .. .-
    I Augustine Harry's Curb Mar Agricultural Jta- mixture. with one and one-eighth talble- .
    Until,then, thy'' have satisfied *
    "C I I ket vs. winner of game five, tanelos "'"There''' are two popular aperies spoons of 50 per cent wettable ,
    themselves with this DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homo '
    10 p. m.I'IVllMER. ,. of ':African Triolets-(properly Captnn per gallon of water. I ?
    sign at'-the1 town limits: "En-
    PLAYGROUND African violets are 1*; nmr, -known ae Salntpaullaa. The -
    STARKE PHONO 964-6200 =
    ENTERS FINAL WEEK mer brides-they thrive' WIov '1 Ibantha: hM 'Teddtoh-brown 1968 Feed Grain -

    .. Twenty-five boys and girls and tender care. hairy leaves and light 'violet.' PaymentsTo KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3176
    r enjoyed a swimming party at 1 Since brides-young. n4{ 'old< colored flowers. The ispedea' ke- .l
    Camp Standing: Friday afternoon -<'have mastered the subtle art wensls has gJ'eeII1I leaves with Be Made Early In ;August::

    July 19. The weather was ,of enticing attention here ,area white hails:: There. are several Rental Services;
    Ideal and the kids swam and few tips that will keep the Varieties with blue, lavender, Growers participating: In the I earned on the established yield
    ,played games from 1:30: to 4:30.: plant lfe :in the home ttwpy i pink.. or,white flowers. 1968 feed grain program wUl l I of the planted acreage up to HOSPITAL BEDS. WHEEL cn AIRS
    The evening was capped off Don't: dash cold water on the ,, !For an Indoor project this start getting final program I one-half of. the farm's feed
    l "rN with refreshments.A !bride or an African violet. Both summer, propagate Saintpau. payments soon after August,,', grain base. CRUTCHES .
    w Doll Show was ,the week's like ,to rip their liquids,.slowly Has"by' Imeains'of leaf petiole Leaton Morgan Jr., chairman,
    ispeclal event, and was held A wick extended from!the< cuttings.Simply cut a leaf with Agricultural Stabilization and,
    Monday afternoon at the PrattSt. bottom of the pot.Isa. ., rood one Ito two inches of its petiole Conservation County Committee -
    ..:Fleet place winners In last WM-k's doll show (from left)I. Center. Twenty boys and way to offer the plant a drink. attached;/tick''' the petiole In announced .this week. The ",
    .. Erie Bigg" Dicky Proctor, Randy Manning, Stephanie<< girls entered dolls and stuffed Placing the pot In a dish of water moist sand, vermiculite, or a payments will cover any un H IT'S ILLEGAL ';. :
    "S, ?.Thomas, Denise Glassy, Krill Crosby' (Cindy Gluey, Tammy animals: in the show. la also acceptable. nliJd.ut'erot-sand'lUId! peat. paid part of the estimated. diversion
    Rayburn; ,' Susan McLeod, Patty; Bowen';!, and .Nancy Full- First place winners were: Violets like medium amounts With luck roots will form at payment and the addi- .
    wood. 'Prettiest Doll-Pam Ray. of'moisture.. .So. don't_ let their_ the base of the'petlole' in four tional price support to' grow
    burn; Prettiest Bride Doll- u to six weeks. Soon after that who .. ,
    rrots..Deoome too ary or irons a ers signed up and then For
    GARDEN WHIPS NOEQKI MKN'S PLAY-OFT Cindy Gissy. let them become water soggy small rosette of leaves will ap met applicable provisions of the Any"Person) or..Persons to Engage m l
    FOR. CITY TITUS The 1968 'iSubnDistrict oft- Cutest Baby Doll-Tammy Light-colored spots on the pear. When weN rooted, the cut- program. Growers could re-
    Garden Restaurant once a- ball tournament for men will Rayburn: Best Rag Doll-De- leaves are caused by cold water ting can be potted in a four quest that half of the estimated
    _ .. gain ,claimed the City Championship be held at West Side !Park nice! Cissy. on the leaf. If ;you must inch container.It .' diversion payment( be made In ,Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless
    In the local alow pitch starting July 29. Three games '(Best Foreign Doll-.Sarah surface water he plants use take about six to eight advance at the time of the .
    Softball league. And as It has will be played each fight- Mon Biggs. ; Bent Teenage Doll- lukewarm .water.- .'Rememlber, months to produce goad flower signup last spring.
    been for the past couple of seasons day through .Friday. Saturday, Patty Bowen. plants rot oft at the toil! surface -ing: plant from cutting. The l In total, these payments are Die : fered .
    ,Garden had to whip Noegel's Aug- 3, will eee the games begin ; Best School age Doll, and because of excess wateror number of plants also may 'beIncreased estimated. at about $41,175 for Name.1sR f
    to do so. Going into the at 2 p.m. and run through (Most Unusual Doll-.Sarah ton much fertilizer. by dividing old plants ,the exr>>nted 55 county TMrttat_
    -- -
    contest of Thursday\ July 18, 11 p.m. The !final of the 23 Biggs. The amount of plant food depends Into several individual crowns pants -In the 1968 feed grain :Read This Florida ''l E
    Garden' and Neogel had identical game elate Is scheduled for 'Ugliest Doll-Kris Cnulby/ ; on the size of the plant: or: rosettes and potting them program, and will raise returns Law
    ;10-1 records. Garden took Sunday at 6 pjm. Largest Doll- Nancy Fullwood The average size :iequlres"n: 1ft' 'seperate containers. taro' the 1968 corn orop sufbtantlaUy. .
    'that game 9 to 7 and then The following 13 teams will 'Smallest Doll--Kris Crosby; more than a teo poon-of a 6-<8b ?Violets are rather sensitiveto Farmers participating *lt Chan. bo umlawful tor any versen. or p... ..., mm defined lairs, Mi'-i 4engage

    ''sewed up the league 'championship participate In the tourney, Doll looking most like owner (NPK> fertilizer everytbreor; I Jl&'*t. With insufficient light, Jo the program are also eli .la business as herein defined mate* m. fletMoa* mnmtm mm hereto de Ii
    with an 11.7 win. with the winner and runner-up -Nancy Fullwood. four months. ._ ,plants. ,make vigorous growth, gible for loans on their entire Wlth.at.
    fined. and unless said fictitious
    shafi be
    name roaM ied with the 1\\
    Best Oharacter Doll Erie
    : advancing to the District play. To keep the plant happilyblooming ; but produce few or no flowers. 1968 production the crop.
    Garden 12-1; Noegel's 10-3; off to .ire held at Merrill Is .Biggs; Largest Stuffed Animal Te-'pot the 'violets' Wj.' Grow' the plants In a bright The national average loan ratela .cleric of the chrcnlt court of the county where the prtnctpoJ place of bul4a.alaIi.wltl G

    Owen-Joist 8-5; Trlest 3-9; land.Garden Most-Dickie Unusual Proctor.Stuffed Animal window'or :In full sunlight. duringthe $1.05 per bushel for corn. i : registration shall consist of fUln* with the efajrk aforesaid an ... [a
    Brooker 8-10; Hampton 211. Restaurant and Noe.gel' at' halt winter, but in the sum- For the larger.base farms, no
    night, July 26 7:30"l() >! '
    CHURCH LEAGUE -- Auto Sales of Starke; at the Pratt ''St. Center.' mr: place the plants on a northwindow diversion payment will be mode
    MEETING JULY 80 First Methodist Church University Loved Stuffed Animal-Randy Crafts, games;."an4" L's I' sill or" Juet..out of the for diverting: the minimum 20 all those Interested do tile business enterprise the'extent, ., thO'ta-H'. B''

    Only one church representative City Florist, and RUSH Manning. will Ibe presented by;'.t#e.lJP.j, : ;' sun'a,* reach in other location per cent of the farm base; payments I testiest.of oaeh and the fictitious name under which... bnstneM. carried '?,
    appeared at the meeting Piker of Gainesville; First GRAND FINALS SET dren. It has been the nustt1nan The beet temperature for for diverting more acreS '
    ... Said registration not-be made
    Monday night to discuss' forma Presbyterian Church and "Aero FOR FRIDAY- NIGHT- ----- .* jtsinltfi_.. IA enfavvtli. ,,8f1liMDauUas.4s.' 80 to 82 dewreeeight age than the minimum, up to may until the persoa or pee.eia dashing. ; 'jj U
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    tion of a softball league for of Lake City; Old City Petroleum Everyone is Invited to attend ateo.;( ; ;.r-, I ; and 70 to 75 in the day;;: the larger of 50 per cent of to.engage business' tinder a fictitious name.shall bale itdTerOsod hhi. or ''g jj
    area churches. and Harry's Curb Market the Summer Playground Grand time. the base or 25 acres,, provided
    All the children' /would like theft Intention register said fictitious name at I least once a week for four 3
    of St. Finale to be held Friday Night, Insects like the tender this is than
    That group Madison St. Bap Augustine; Raiford; Lamar plants.To ; no more the base -
    to thank Carl Johns for
    tint Church, Is ready and rear- PritclMjtt's Gulf of Lake Butler July 26, at 8:30: p. m. at the permitting our group to :havea control mealybugs' use an will be made ut the diversion (4)) consecutive: weeks In nome newspaper as defined by law ta the aunty

    Ing to form the league and Issues ; Woodmen of the World Temple Ave. Recreation Canter swimming party at Ms,lake equals' quantity of alcohol and rate set for the farm-45 per where said registration is to be made, and Bald. registration. hal (not bo-
    a challenge to ,the other and Huntley Brothers of Pa- (Old Armory). Exhibitions, waltw Alrmed: with a small cent of the total price support
    place last Friday. (Every 'he had accepted by the clerk of the
    '! circuit court ,
    displays. and other except Bpon recelTlng ..<(< o| "
    latka. many
    brush full
    churches to get on the ball and a,marvelous time and the relaxing paint: of this mixture, ('county loan rate plus the
    attend the,next meeting.We Schedule through Wednesday things are part of the agenda.'' atmosphere Was a pleas seek out the mealybug and ,price-support ''payment) times such. publication.
    would like to get things' July 31: Trophies will be presented to" ant change from the:routine touch: him with the 'brush- under way( by earty August;so' Monday, July 29-.tLake. Butler "Mr. and Miss Playground Followed most days. After, enjoying not wet the plant with the so- The diversion payment for
    mark this date and time on vs. Lake City Pretlbyterlan; ,the high point winners for the a picnic lunch,' the'children utlon. mall farms. will be at a rate of If you are engaged in business.underanyt name
    your calendar and ''!be sure to 7 p m. Palatka Huntley Bros. summer. voted' to have .toother ,S4trs ai, *"e a stunting of the 20 per cent of the total sup. ,, .
    attend: Meeting to be held at vs. Noegel's Auto, 8:30.: Pa- SPECIAL PROGRAM (swimming* party on Thursdayof dattpoor"! ; ,growth, and; few port times yield for the first
    the Recreation office (old arm- latka Woodmen vs. St. Augustine FOR TINY TOTS this week. Mrs. Joe\Glssy flowers!' Mite-infested plants! 20 per cent of the base diverted other than and have not.1rname
    ory) Tuesday evening,. July 30, Old City Petroleum, 10 The 4 to 6 year olds have Will be'our hostess at Crystal be'.diacarded-because and at. the regular 45 per your own,
    8 p.m. :p.> m. been> planning activities for Lake. I' the insect Is .'very. difficult to cent payment rate for any additional '

    STARKE TO HOST Tuesday, July SO-: Raiford'their final program Friday control.' Crown rot IS the 'worst Price-support conserving base uses.acreage payments divertedto (80( 'properly'advertised and registered/we 'iWiI( 6e

    Clean with the Unbeatables, -' cents per bushel for corn) are to all Information
    '' up ; I glad give you necessary as J to

    ... 1 Recent BirthaBradford
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    't't1 .whatyousboulddo.
    --"""" vyx;<--: : ",," : County Hospital .

    ,..., .. announces the following t\JI\ :
    : :. ""). .. births: "

    '; .; '" Mr. and Mrs Doyce Griff, 0

    ,,} t''N1- .. : :..:.";.. Starke Mr. and, a Mrs.daughter.Tommy July Junior 18. ', tG, H.,.

    ". iWi.n..i-:' ,' Hardenbrook, Starke, a son. BRADFORD COUNTY TEL APH .
    Tommy Junior Hardenbrook'
    .. ,
    I hA 11. July 21. : 1.

    Mr. and Mrs. George Wash- -- '. ----- '.' .
    Ington Johnson Starke. a ; ii ,}'

    daughter. Terri Diane, July ',': : Xl".'

    1 31.: ,I .\

    Mr. and Mrs. Robert t>-
    Hall, announce the birth of a ,.'y ,
    son, Edward Llndsey born 'IsrakingdvMars! 1
    : / i.
    July 18 In Alachua General .

    . Hospital. Grandparents are ... ,.. .o ..., .
    .. Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Hall '
    and Mr. and Mrs L. L. Libby.] ::

    .,. Electrically-pumped r;; y::: ". ,

    ,'.' INVITATION TO BID (( ll' ;: :; ;

    : t JA f I',.lit-. ... !. S S BY f/RIGA.TION" ,'..... ; : ,,
    : j PfofltillEljt.:
    I .. :. ,;. SEE. FLORIDA : : : ., ,..... :
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    Check bur year-end aeais on r Unbeatable Test Price an 'UnoeatabTe Chrysler! Jl'or.iust.' t. 8' tevr be Competitive received by Sealed the State Bids Purchasing will j '.,. "1! 11.&j( : '1{

    Commission until 'In11:!+
    PlymouthslThls! !dollars, a month more than the most popularsmaJler cars, compa- 11:00 A. :. ..
    Is the windup to the biggest year In Plymouth : M. on the date shown !w

    history So we won't take "no" for an answer, and wave got t the rably.equipped, you can own a Chrysler Newport. Check.. the. great for the following: :Thera'ii no denying: Irrigation can
    lose out deals C. August proper _
    on Newport Yorkers, too. 1. 1968 Sale of
    deals to prove it. Now's the time. Hurry for the best selection.y Pine Own. make every acre a bigger profit-maker-It's., a routine,

    I Bid Blanks, Conditions and f' production practice on thousands of Florida ., I
    Specifications may be obtained farms and groves where electrically-powered pumps1have
    1 f from the State Purchasing I '
    proved their "
    dependability andjeconomy, -
    .1r Commission William D. Blox- t.

    ham Building Street,, Room 112, Calhoun f. .Electric motors give years of carefree service) V

    Florida. Tallahassee ,Th.y start instantly. No refueling te'necessary. .. ', .

    The Commission reserves end no priming. Easily controlled time-clocks: V

    the right to reject any or all or float-switches. These controls can make irrigation .
    bids. AI J. Day labor-saving, and conserves water, too.,

    Executive Director \ tea.your equipment dealer or contact us. '

    718| 2t 7125| ----- _

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    BDOrIPury,, 0, .... 1M.IS. F. .M. ,
    Notice u
    ni hereby irlven. that t.
    r- T. J. Alderman the holder. of --
    Jim following certificates has. FLORIDA POWER ft LIGHT COII1PAt1Y t -
    .. ,
    riled .Id certificate for a tax :
    dent to be l Issued thereon. The to -Ht1PlNecuriofl0Ar0A ___- / ,
    t-ertiricnte' number and rara 4 :;

    >f luuanoe. the deacrlptlon of : r
    : a
    \ r
    : FOR YEAR-END CLEARANCE BARGAINS c the which property It wee and aMeaned the .names are aa In -....-......._ :-00... ,. .-..... -
    'i ".. follow* --: .:': ., "' ..:;.:..- .... .'.' :

    l' THE SUCCESS CARS OF THE'YEAR OU GOTTA;SEE. Issuance Certificate Description 1988.No.of Property 105. Tear Lot of I"'" ...... :,...., ,. -;.. --.- .:.:

    ... 10 of BCK a of Powlln, Park l :

    ."" ;.' THE'UNBEATABLES .. ; ". : 8/0.Name In which aliened O.
    ve D. Kersey Kot.
    All ot said '' In : 6 .
    r 1 the County of u.rlnlta
    I I of Florida. x
    1 % : 1
    .' Unless -
    said certiricat or cer-> TicT4 -
    tlflcatea hall be redeemed according
    ; to law the property de.
    I I //AUTHORIZED DEALERS CHRYSLER crlbed, In such certificate or
    " td MOTORS CORPORATION: wc I I hlffheat certificate will bidder be at sold the to-court the : o
    house door on the first, Monday
    In month of August 1988, which
    I I. the 6th day of August 1981. v.
    Dated this let day of July, ICI I-
    SEAL ;r A: MI
    ( ) .
    Charlie A. Darby -.... \

    U. S. 301 North a Starke, Fla. 1.,t...... Phone 964-f60t Clerk. County of Circuit, Florida Court. of Bradford ( .
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