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: August 1, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Teenage Polk Man .

Parents Quiz
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Cyclists' M w PleadsInnocent

Swell Supt. CaseyAbout

A Polk County man, Al-
Plea DayA wyn Odell Medders. has entered

a not guilty plea in
''Countv Judge's Court here
number of juvenile to charges of falsely re- BudgetVisitors

motorcycle and automobile portinar a crime.
drivers increased the Plea Medders had been scheduledto

Day load to 100 cases in appear before Bradford
County Judge's Court. : :' County Judge T. A. Yawn on $3.2 Million
'r' .
Tuesday, July 30. Plea Day Tuesday Aug. 30.
Failure to wear protective .". His attorney however came to

helmets) and' ing motorcycles accounted for '- o-;; entered the Innocent plea.
several cases. i '..,:;.; o."J Judge Yawn transferred the Passes TestA

Three of the young defendants case to the trial docket but

.ipled guilty and County : set no date for the case. The of

Judge T. A. Yawn suspended judge also continued Med- about group half' of them 40 persons teach-,
ders' bond at
their driver's license for 13: $800. attended
days.; The Polk man was charged in ers. the Bradford

Eight of nine others charged kti* ; a1.t /tooth Alachua and Bradford School hearing Wednesday Board's budget

with the same offense pled Counties from events which allegedly night
and ran Supt. Tom
guilty and were fined $25 each.A took place last Jan. 27. through the
ninth defendant had hie case Medders Is suing Alachua!County his $3.2 million wringer before

continued until' Aug. 29 go that Sheriff Joseph M. Crevasse bill was approved.spending
the law AS It applies to wear- and Deputy Ray Newman In A- It was the
first time In
Ing "glasses can toe clartf led. lachua County for damages, In
many years that
"This court Is being flooded excess of $55,000. Hewas many peo
ple appeared at
a school budget -
'with. Violations by operatorsof charged In 'Alachua County
at the'School Board budget hearing to question the
with hearing Wednesday night
motorcycles and motor bikes Impersonating: an officer.
and it has got' to stop. Judge Medders is charged In Brad- listen patiently aa Supt. Tom Casey explain the new 83.2 mil budget. The meeting was mov-
ed to the
Yawn stated "You young 'people fcird County< >i a (warrant lion upending bill for the 1068-61) term.' Showing: more InterestIn courtroom when
ere going' to have to com- y signed by 'Bradford Deputy education tWin In many yearn. the parents then quizzed the Supt. Casey's office provedtoo

ply with the law regarding > ;;!!. raeMaalS1') Sheriff Glen Moore, with falsely superintendent on every phase of the program! Supt.small Casey said he
use of such vehicles.'* reporting a crime. The was
Belongings of the four occupants of thin 1968 on U. S. Sol south of Starke. One passenger "really tickled; I wish !it had
Five juvenile defendant, charge Is on an alleged
Plymouth Barracuda are gathered after they 73-year-old ROH| Lee Howard, died been 500. He spent the first
'who were convicted.! for: various 114 a resultof false report made by Meddera!
and all four were thrown out when the To State Board hour of the three-hour long
offenses' Including speeding. persons juries received In the attldent. Three last January 27 that he was
reckless driving: encl< 'violationof car went out of control and wrecked Tuesday! others had minor Injuries. stopped by two 'police officers 'discussion !going over the leng-

license restriction lost a mile and a half north of thy school budget.

their licenses temporarily. Two Charged Waldo and robbed of $65. The spending,bill approved
Length of suspension ranged Judge T. A. Yawn set !bond Sheriff Appeals In a 3-0.vote Wednesday

l from 15 to eo days, 'depending at $800 returnable July 30,In .' night totals $3,254.533 just a
," on the circumstances.' Plea Day proceedings In County fraction leas $8,933 to be"exact. -
In the case of a young girl Judge's Court. less than the document
charged 'with driving withouta In the suit. Medders said he Decision tentatively approved' and adr .

000-word)( essay on discipline County on Jan. 27 and stopped :, last week.
end respect for the law to be at Schenk' Bar south of Wal S M lnly-concerned'about the

aubm.ltted'ore Aug. 29. do on U. S. '301 at about 8 p. m. An appeal to a state'board has been Initiated by Sher salary and number of clerical

Six teenagers charged with 'where he talked to Newman iff P. D. Keddish to the Bradford County rCommiMion'-- and instructional aides to,, be......

.... malicfoysj\ \\p).!:!S'v.JJ.J; h Il\YUJg{ .. -Fat Tor-Woman' the Ataochol.la deputy; decision to limit his office to a five per cent Increase! over "Mredrthe; efftotirenwoftfour /**
eggs:at a car gave their version Medders claimed that after the new currlculm coordinators -
: $88,362 budget he has
of the escapade. They he left the bar and was tra- operated on for the past three and the possibility of
claimed three. other 4 youths-. ,... ,....' ...-._- -----..- -<- < veling north ,toward Bradford years. the cessation of federal funds

started. it.Judge A 73-year-old Starke woman out a" drivera !icshe':;: "$2"ltd:' :""t1itt"'tCCCMeet.-vwcored. County: be was stopped and it is the first time a Bradford sheriff has .ever ap In the coming school year.

Yawn continued the ._, Mrs._ _Rosa_ Lee__ Howard_ was. sentenced to.$500 fine or at 5:05: p m. Tuesdll.y'---uu_ rcontlnued ()r 'Palre1"Our" )_ pealed a bUdget. S the visitors bore into those
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'case for a month and requestedthe meet wearaesaay awn injuries six montns in jau on that Sheriff Reddish requesteda JJOJnts.JaI::, $. .Supt.:Casey. whQr .
sheriff's department" to investigate received! Tuesday in a one-car charge. $24,786 increase for a total Department. Comparing his (fielded !virtually. every question -

automobile accident on U. S. Howard, the husband pled 1968-69 budget of $113.- department to the Florida was quizzed extensively

In a companion case to the 301 three miles south of guilty to' allowing an unau- 148 or 28 per cent more than Highway Patrol pay scale. on almost every phase' of the
re? Sheriff
throwing Peach Crawfordwas Starke and three other Reddish pointed' out budget.
egg persons thorized person to drive and the current budget.! A five that his two
charged and found guiltyof were injurled. was also sentenced to a $500 per cent< Increase would be ,ties nlne-year'depu-. The three school board
allowing an unauthorized Linda Marie Howard 24, $4,418."I Dolph Reddish and Rob- members present ChairmanH
person to drive his. car. He Wall and her daughter Alisa Re- fine Mrs.or Howard six months was traveling. ,J'J'r t ml,ire feel it is necessary to ert Oren at top pay of $550 A. Lawson, Seeber Goodman -

fined $15. nee' Howard 5, both of north on US-301 at approxi- serve the people like I oughtto per than month earn only $15 more and Arthur Holliday, remained -
Not guilty pleas !were enter. Starke. and Ellen Jean But- mately 90 mph when the 1968 and especially to stand be- the startingFHP trooper quiet almost the entire -
ed by ler 18. all salary of $539. .An experienced three and half hours-
CUfftirdj Schoolboy" Gainesville were Plymouth Barracuda she was hind my employees," the a
of ,to of treated at FHP trooper earns Board member Hall
Kelly Lawtey charges the Bradford Coun- driving went out of control sheriff said Tuesday. Rodney
issuing worthless: checks maintaining ty Hospital. The five-year-old according to the report of Decision of the state board $750 per month, the.sheriff, and 'Buster Bennett were ill.
a place for the sale of child was kept over night and Florida Highway PatrolmanW. of appeals, composed of the said exhibiting an FHP aelary Mrs. Joe Olssy began the

liquor in a dry. county and released Wednesday morning: A. Watson. .. governor state comptroller, scale. questioning by >asking why
possession of whiskey with Intent she had cuts and bruises a ,Iihla iM and attorney general will be The sheriff also said thata the number of aides Included
to 'zejtn a dry oounty. The car traveled almost final. corporal in the patrol In the new budget had been
The cases ./were set for thetrla.I Mrs. Howard and her husband 1,000 feet after first leavingthe The Commission trimmed draws as much as his $9,000 cut back from 36 to 27 and
Charles Mathew Ho- road before !it came to salary
docket. ward:39 who not involved $32,000 from the proposednew the salary from $200, per
was rest
against a pine tree. It
Also set for trial after the N6What Pay raises requested In the !hour to $1.75.
county spending bill last
in the accident are being struck
a road sign wound
defendants pleaded innocentare held in the Bradford County on and off the pavement hita A Halloween week in an effort to hold sheriff's budget! totaled $4> Casey said the $2 salary
: Conley 8. Bush fishing: 956 for 11 employees. figure was never establishedfor
millage at its present 6.678
Jail as result of charges
culvert 'and broke
one pine
with too poles: Enoch the aides. also
many He
Would brlleve 100-lb. That's what the at level. Taking a budget request to said
stemming from the fatal ac off before the third tree yoil a pumpkin ) one
Strong Jr., driving without a the state level Is they would be the first em-
license.In cldent. The dead woman IsHoward's stopped the car. left weighed when palled from the vine three weeks ago by 8hel Increases the sheriff Included rare action
In the $113.148 budget for a sheriff but. most who ployees to go In case federal
outer action the Court: mother, :All' three occupants were bert RoHlt-r; above request are a fifth deputy have done so have had their funds are cut off since they
Withheld adjudication of Linda Marie Howard was thrown from the car along Rosier had 10 of the Big Max pumpkins which totaled 803 a third shift on the county request granted. Sheriff Red- are not contractual personnel.The .

guilt ,'but placed John Ira arraigned Wednesday on with their belongings/ Trooper pounds. lie grew them In an old hog pen In hill present garden radio a matron at the jail dish said 'that three of five number was cut back,
Warren Jr. on probation for charges of manslaughter while Watson told a reporter at pi",,' adding some commercial fertilizer. The big fellow noww..lghH Cnow required under state sheriffs who he knows appealed he said because the Board received -
two years. Warren had been Intoxicated. She faces a preliminary the scene. It Is thought the local $23,000: less In MIni-
93 pounds and the. one at right 74 Ills.RONI..r [law), and salary adjustmentsfor a decision received -
arrested this on a hearing Aug9. Mrs. woman killed thrown out
early year was
what mum Foundaton Program
lives un U. S. SOl north of Starke near the Bradford 11 full-time and two they asked and
trespassing; 'omplalnt: signed Howard has pled guilty in the rear window of the car. two got more than funds than expected becausethe
Furniture lie part-time employees.Pay they re-
Company says It took two men and a burlap bag
and after he County Judge's Court to
toy Lena Hammon operating The automobile was a total quested.. Board employed five leas
pled guilty, a premntence' in'vestigatlon a motor vehicle wlth- wreck with damages listed at to get the biggest. pumpkin from the garden to the house It was. ) raises are apparently a teachers than authorized last

was ordered. too large for one man to get hiit, arm. around It. sore point in the Sheriff's (Continued; on Page Four) year. Under a new law 100

Continued t q Page Four! per cent of (the personnel

authorized must be"hired to

Darby To Finish receive full funds.
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Quarterb( cK Mrs. Olssy and Mrs. Betty
Sue Denmark both stated
Club) they felt the number of aides -

County Budget Trimmed By $32,000 they should were not the be cut ones because that

FIRST MEETINGOf would assistance.directly The give parents teachers said

New Season
they felt the money should

Monday. August 5 Two more hours of cuttingand road and bridge, and health probably be restored to the Green, as he noted 'that cases Chairman Dave Shuford then creases totaling $204-but no be used where it would help
trimming: !by County Commissioners department. Authority ''When outstanding in Bradford County had In- explained that the commissionwas more. their children.
8:00: P.M. Thursday !night Total county expenditures in settlements from timber suits Several also said
creased from 10 per cent of hisoffice' reluctant to grant such, Finally, Commissioner Zedra parents
brought the 1968-69 Bradford the coming fiscal year will 1 actually are received. '' the. aides
work load 'last year "big raises" and pointed out 'Hamilton moved that an Increase were the primary
BUS Field House operating (budget down to be much greater. For "But we just can't swing It (covering a 'm county area), that the agriculture depart- of $1,30O be granted, and request of the teachers. Supt.
$585,891 enough' to preserve: example there is $66,708 in now" said Johns. to over 18 per cent this year. ment received 3 per cent salary specified that Asst. County Casey said the teachers first
All members and prospective 6678.the county. .zn large rate at race track tax revenue (besides Another reduction came This said Green, represents an Increases last year.Commissioner Agent Bobby.Lee Taylor get. wanted a reduced, pupil-
the $99,000 included in about unexpectedly when Pub- increase of 300 cases in the J. M. Norman $600 raise; that teacher ratio.
members secretary Faye
are Although 'the budget figure the general fund) going to payoff lic Defender R. A Green Jr.
of less
county In than a year. said he favored granting In- [Continued On Page Four] The superintendent pointed -
urged to attend this Important represents a $7,673: deficit in the $1 million courthouse Gainesville amended his earlier The commission approved out that additional teach-

comparison to anticipated reve- bond issue. request for $7,200 to $3,600 Green's amended budget of $3- ers have been hired M thatno
planning meet- nue of $377,416: Clerk Charles There is also a carryoverof for handling non-prison cases 600. gross overloads,-as last
Darby assured commissioners $ 5.000 in the county capi- providing that sum is allocated Commission members) also 7,337 Get Assistance ChecksIn year will exist in any

ing. J that he could balance the budget tal outlay fund-.money the only.Green lightly reduced the amounts .... school in the county. Ele-
The by making adjustments, !in county has 'saved. There is advised that -the state budgeted for 'civil defense, mosquito Bradford County In July mentary schools next year
CommunityState various accounts including theCounty's $756,000: remaining of 'the $1 Is supposed to pay legal fees control, and county office here will have from 25 to 30
hospital outlay fund. million bond issue. for the defense of prison in- supplies. pupils
he said.
Bank Darby told the commission All of the above blow up mates-which represents about /County Agent George Hug- Public assistance payments totalled $3,032,563 with the per teacher
Referring to the reduced!
that they had devised "a pretty the total budget picture.In one-third of the ,county's case gins appeared again before the totaling $49.070 went to 1.331 State paying $1.731,489 and the salary of the aides Mrs. Den-
Account now Insured good budget. and !noted that cutting out slightly more commission' and appealed for Bradford County residents! In remaining $6,301.073 paid by
a mark said. "I think the
person -
the July to help cover the costs
finalized document would than $32,000 in anticipated ex- public defender said $2,500: increase in his matching Federal funds.
op to $15,000 br: be advertised soon and adoptedin penses, the commission achieved that he was requesting an Increase of which 2,300 waa for budget salary, of decent shelter (food, and ade- Statewide there were 151,963: should who be paid guides my than child the

a public hearing In mid-Au- Its bigglest slice by dropping hi his $2,632 .budget to Increases for members of Ms quate clothingThe persons receiving aid to families more "
Federal Insurance who the floor.
Deposit Florida person sweeps
gust 'Department of with ,
$10.000 tentatively appropriated compensata for the upsurge of department. dependent children
She referred to the fact that
Corp. The $:s8 .891 operating fig- for the Bradford Coun- cases In Bradford County in Welfare provided financial 73,297 recevlng old age assistance -
tire includes the county's four ty Development Commission. the past year. Commissioner Jerome Johns assistance to 233,806: aged 23,732 receiving aid to custodians will receive .com-
moved for approval of Huggln's.budget. and handicapped the parable pay to the aides
person over
separate .budgett.he general Commlnsloner Jerome Johns "We are experiencing a but the motion died for the state In July. Welfare disabled permanently, and 2,813 and totally Casey said that no one has
fund fines and forfeitures, said that this amount would crime wave, gentlemen,' Bald lack of a :second cheeks receiving aid
to these
persons [Continued On Page Four] C Continued on Page Four]

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I Local admittances to Brad I II .-r ..'-'_. -T' '_ ,' sol with lace applique, scallop Mrs. Sonny Hines Janet Rakes

ford County Hospital tills ; ed neckline and Bang tapered
I week Include: Edwin 'Osborne I ,, sleeves of daisy lace accented Is Honoree At Is! ComplimentedAt

'I and Terry Hamilton of Ral-I with a single pearl. Her shoulder i( Bridal ShowerMrs. Bridal Shower

J ford; Fleam 'M. Starling of length 'veil was attachedto

Lawtey; Mrs. Thelma Smith of petal cluster and accented Sonny: Hines. bride of Miss Janet Rakes of Brooker -

Keystone Heights: and Law- with pearls. Her train, at- July 20 the former: Cathy !! bride-elect of Aug. 16.
GLADYS MOOTY ton Cbrtner; 'Melvin' Nettles, tached to a satin 'band en- Hitchcock: was honored at a I was honored at a bridal
Phone 964-7608 I Mrs Virginia Oatlln, Donald circling the waist was of chif- Tuesday shower Tuesday night givenby
bridal shower on
I Brantley Mrs. Alice McIntosh fon over daisy lace. She carnet Mrs. Hank Green and
Community -
r I night July 1C, at the :
Mrs Ethel Sue Hardee I a bouquet of pink carnations State daughter Donna, and Mrs
Craig Brown of Macclenny :Mrs. J, A. Howe of Lake- Club House,
and'* MiBi'Allsa Howard, all : white pompoms and lea- and daughter
L. Bonnie ,
lsM,visiting his grandmother land' 1 14 pending a month : of 8Ui'fc. Jierleaf fern, with :baby Farm, given by Mrs. O. Elane, a t b> the home
Mrs. M. F. Brown, this week. with her daughter, r.tts. It. breath, Jordan Mrs M. W. Shealey
Mrs John P, Jones and k i) pi Godwin, Mrs J. of the 'latter on Broadway
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thompson A. Newson. Mrs Newsom had 'For> her daughter's wedding, Mrs J. B.
I Ito
daughter. Phyllis, will return) ) L. Reddish Street.
} F. Tompkins, Mri. J.
'as several days last :
guests Mrs.
Gnann chose blue
Jr. and daughter Jan- rittf a baby
their home BataVia. 111. f The linen covered refresh-
week. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. I | bonded dress' and Mrs J. T RIchard-
Mr. and
elle, were visiting I on Friday after two weeks crepe one piece menttable was centered

Miw Nick Selbert In Satsuma .. Peddy of Miami Beach. visit with Mr. and Mrs. C R.ScoIIKln. a, with matching accessories and son.The refreshment table was with a pink tiered styrofoam
recently. Steven D. Mattlngley, son wore a blue carnation corsage.
:Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. John A.--Mat .. ,p Mrs. Redding mother of the covered with a cutwork cloth, wedding cake. Mrs. Oreen
W. J. Spengter of St. I presided at the punch-bowl.
Roy centered with! an arrange-
tlngley of Route 2. Starke groom, 'was attired in a yellow
Augustine Is visiting Major will attend Florida Military I daughter, Martine of West aw" 1 carnation ment of pink and white Two games ,were played

I and Mrs. V. J, Spengler this ,I School at Deland. for the 1983- Palm :Beach spent last week I Following corsage.the ceremony, a mums and balanced by silver during the party hours and

w 'ek. 69 term. with Mrs. Mathus' mother, reception was held at the Edu- candelabra with pink? tapers. prizes awarded.Among .

Robby Barksdale and Billy Miss Sally Ann Epperson Mrs. L. F Smith. 9 cational Building of the church, The gift table was centered the 20( guests was

Myrick are attending Drum daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. James Sullivan reentered where ,the tables/ were decor- with an arrangement: of Tro- Mrs. Eddie Jackson motherof

Major's camp at Leesburgthis J. Epperson will become educational Alachua General Hospitallast ated with silver candelabraand olcana roes and white: glad- the bridegroomelect.The .
week. representative for week for further obser- the color theme of pink ioli.! The punch bawl was hostesses presented the

Al/c James O'Brien of Eg- IBM Corporation In Savannah vation and treatment.Mr. and white was carried out. encircled with fern and pink honoree with an eight-piece!

Ih -AFB Fort Walton Beach, : OB this fall; and Mrs. c. N Patrick Mrs. Chester Searle, aunt of flowering vine Miss Patsy place setting or her chosen

was home over the weekend. Mrs. E D. Tehley entered and family of West Flol'ldaw111 the bride, greeted guests at the Hitchcock kept the bride's silver pattern as a mementoof
Mrs. 8. O. Denmark Is visiting Alachua General Hospital on spend the weekend with door and presented them to the book at a table holding a silver the occasion.

Mr. and Mrs. J. M Monday for hip surgery. I Mrs. Patrick's mother; Mrs.' reclvlng' dine composed of the candle holder with a pink ADD MACHINE "ROLLS

Vickers In Brunswick, Oa.. Oene Ivey Jr. and Miss Gladys Weldon. : t bride and groom and their par taper entwined with pink File Folders, complete line office
_ several days this week. Janet Hardy of the"HJnlver-' Sen. and Mrs. Charley ents and attendants.Mrs. tulle. supplier.- The Telegraph
;;;Mr. and Mrs.,Ju&h: I* .it :"'of'' Georgia spent! the Johns were in 'Dade City I s Rodney Hall and Mrs. The mantel was banked!

Brownlee 01 ,New Orleans, weekend with Mr. and1' Mrs Tuesday on business. '," Charles cut the cake and Mrs. with magnolia leaves and i THE SOUTHSIDECHlIItCII
Lj. and ,Mr, ;andMTj; Peter Fred with fan shaped:
3., E. Hardy. June Hardy accompanied Marilyn Patterson is in Ernest Triest, Mrs. Ben- (centered a
: OF-
Hettert of Charlotte' }? N. C- / them back as far Mlllport, Ala. for three weeks n will be weekend guests! of '' in serving. white sunier floweri.
a1* Forsythe, GA. to1 spend visiting' her'irandparents,
Invites YOUTo
Mr and Mrs., H. ll Browrioearjd 't1Se'd'eek'lwithher'r\ sister I Rice bags were distributedby Standing in the receding
Mr.' and Mrs. R. E. PattersonSr.
Mr.and Mrs. J It-:?>Cbas Jayne' Hardy, at ,TIft College. Misses Jan Searle and Dora 'line were Mrs M W Shea-
teen' Jr. Lea B. Hit h"oc't' ,th'
Janet, ,June, and Jayne will Mr. and Mrs. Comer Per- Triest. ley, Mrs. J.
:JAB Billy Dean Thompson After the reception the ,bride b'noree. and Mrs. L E
spend the weekend with M*. ; ryman of Jacksonville and Mary Lou Gnann Weds Mr. Redding THE GOSPEL
and left on a wedding Hines Sr.Approximately,
who has completed basic and Mr..., G ne Ivey Jr. in groom
Mrs. E. X.
training at Lackland AFC. ,:tucker' da. : this week Perryman at Kings-are In Hope Baptist Church Ceremony trip to South ,Florida. For her 101 Riipsf!
Texas, has been transferred Mrs. Jim Brown Godwin : spending wedding trjp, the ''bride chose a were invited to call between OF CHRIST
to Lowry AFB Denver., Colo. and daughter Cheryl, spent ley i .I Hope Baptist Church at The- dices accented with white daisy pink shantung one piece dress the hours of eight and ten
foj- 36 weeks. last week In Avon Park Mrs.' Addle Wheeler of reaaa' was the setting on June lace, 'with scalloped! necklineand complemented by a pink carnation o'clock. 8 :30 Sunday Morning

where Mr. God win'has been Taft'spent last Wednesdayto 21, at 8 'p. m., for the weddingof 'back bow, featuring a trainof corsage.
transferred by the Division Saturday with Mr. and Miss Mary Lou Gnann, chiffon over' daisy lace. The couple Is residing at 208 H. E. Starlings WPXE Radio Dial 1490

THE BRADFORD of-Corrections. Mrs.. Godwin ; Mrs. W.- 11'. Herlong. I daughter of (Mr. and Mrs. J. Headpieces were light pink satin 1-2 South Albany St. in Tampa. Worship Service
COUNTY TELEGRAPH I and Cheryl plan' to move to Mrs Dennis Williams and'A. Gnann, and Norman (Butch) petals crowned with pearls. Among out-of-town guests To Be Honored
Avon Park the latter part of I daughters of Largo are visiting -I Redding. Jr., son of Rev. and :,They carried nosegays of pink attending the 'wedding and reception Sunday, 11:00 A. I.

.Published every 'Thursday August '' her parents, Mr, and Mrs.. Norman :Redding of carnations, white pompoms, were Mr. and Mrs. N. Mr. and Mrs. Harley E.
: at 138 W. 'caw Bt, ,M/Sgt. and Mrs. L. J. 'I Mrs. .BUI Graham. from ''Starke. Rev. Redding performed and leatherleaf fern, with baby' > L. Redding and Mar. and Mrs. Starling/ will celebrate their Bible Study Sunday

I Stark, Fta. MOM' Richardson and family of 'Wednesday to Sunday. Mr.' the ceremony, assisted !by breath. Ben Davis, grandparents of the 50th wedding anniversary with tS A.M. and 7 P.M.
will Williams will Join the family Rev. Merle Packham, pastorof The bride, who was given in bridegroom, and Mr. and Mrs. i reception In Graham on
'.Second class postage paid arrive Vandenburg Sunday AFB.for"a Calif month'svisit o!!er the.."w.eetend. I Hope Church. marriage by her father, worea J. W. Redding and Cindy Red- Sunday Aug. 11 at 2:30: p. m. 3 Mi. South in US 301

at Stark, 17a. with her. mother, Mrs. Word has been received by :Mrs. Mona Canova, organist floor length gown of peau de ding, all of Pensacola. All trlends and:! relatives are -

Subscription .R&tM M. W. Lance.gt. Richard' : I. Mrs.. C. D. Williams, Mrs. !! played the traditional wed- invited to attend.

Ip trade aha:'- f<0d per son la retiring1 and will be Henrietta Hunt, and Mrs, L. ding processional and recessional -

year; $2.23 mix. months employed at Gape Kenned! \ D. Green of Starke. and Mrs. and accompanied Mrs '
Mr. and Mrs< James ,Cash I Irene Johns of Green Cove Marion Douglas, soloist.
Outside trade area: $4.60 and family of Orlando spent Springs' their their nephew, A large candelabra at the altar
jer year; 93.50 six 1DOI1t3'i the weekend with Mrs. Steve Clark of Eau Gallic flanked by two smaller

1:l. L. MattHewa. editor and Cash's parents. Sen. and Mrs was killed in a plane crashin candelabra with 'pink candles, 21 SHRIMP 9.5
and baskets of pink carnationswith
pubtUhir Charley Johns. on Sunday
f I- Charles Fields and sons of white 'pompoms decoratedthe
Jacksonville visited' his mother Church. ''Family pews were

Mrs. J. H. Fields, ort marked ,by tiny arrangementsof

5 SPECIAL OFFER Sunday.Mr. tied pink with and, white white.atln.. baby breath :
and Mrs R. E. Firth French Fries, Cole Slaw Buns :
Steve 'best man and ,
Tilly was
.w N: TO THE HARD OF HEARING Dilleronce'I will return this weekend from the ushers were Plen Gnann, ,
two weeks vacation in Oat- In A Basket I Ij
'Iwothsr of the bride; Roger
linburg. N. C.
Register for the Drawing to Win Free Hearing Aid Lt. Hank Graham, who Chllson, and Bill Phillips. Miss

by Taking Our Hearing Evaluation Test. At Location spent the past four months Christy Redding, sister of the

and Date Below..(There's no obligation) on your in Europe, is home on ten groom Duane Searle wa flower, cousin girl of, and the

at an.) days leave, before- reporting
part ,
'bride ''Was rlngbearer.
t to>' San. :Diego., Calif. Aug. 8
Attending the bride as roa.tJ'On'of'
5 for thee months schooling honor was -Mra Bill
Mltta'S prior to returning to"
DRUG < Vietnam
STORE Phillips, and honor attendantswere
I MJV and Mr' Carl Broughton ,Miss Sylvia Dodd, Miss o"t
and daughters and t
Judy Jo Thomas Mrs. Jesse TUCK'S
J27 East 'Cali) Str et Starke, Mary of Graham returned Ann and
Lee. They 'were floor length
Tuesday of last week from
dresses of pink peau de sole be>-
SATURDAY, AUGUST 3rd two'Janine weeks Gay tovrr' visiting in the: West.her

10:00 A.M. 3:00: .P.M. i father Arlen Gay, and Mrs. EZERASE TYPEWRITER
Gay In Daytona Beach for PAPER, Mlmeo Paper. Bond

Also see the one and only Miracle Ear no cords, two weeks. Paper. Notebook FlIlers.dr"r" -

wires or tubes Plus the latest eye glasses. Ear Mr and Mrs. George Pierce fount TVIrrraph.'

levels and cord aids. Repairs and batteries'for all and! children visited Mr. and p IS

makes of Hearing Aids. Mrs.over'' Bill Adams' ,in Perry In 'I'he fuunlr Circuit, FlorlilnCivil Cniirt F"..i"llrnilfiinl fire'' I V till'I I I II ail I''

; the weekend Ai'tliMlt '... MN! I I
Equipment and Consultants Sponsored By Mrs. Carl Roberts and Mrs MOICTUAOI3Peter l

4 Randal Chitty spent the FnHBCLtIMt'RR 11 l ( .I..hn''n and, LIly!
JACKSONVILLE HEARING AID SERVICE weekend with friends at Day- .1.t Jnh"8"". hi.* wife, Plaintiff' ., the
v. TCdwnrd Priik Sr. and R"lm" Place
: 229 .W. Adams St. Jacksonville, Fla. tona Beach. I.. Prak, Ida. wife, and Civic B. kT
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phll- Miller and Htndrn,, H Miller :

lips and daughter Beth hlH Notice wife Of Defendant Mortgage Pnrwloi.ur .
were vacationing the past .* Ante I
two weeks, visiting' Mr. and Publln. notice I M hrrehv (given. I
'that nurnuunt ti> end In utrlrtrtiordnni'c
Mrs. Neil Phillips in Talla- with the Summary OPEN 10 A. M. MIDNIGHT
hassee: and relatves in Lake Final Jmlirm' (.nt if Foreclomtre | .h w
l dniS' ? City.Mrs ll nt.red 1..t. 1555 In, the thin. IIn".r.IKn.cnu.on l : July aaolork .r TIL 1 A. 'M. FRI SAT.

L. A. Canons ofKlT18'.iey nf auld Court, will onthe
12th any of August. A. n.
1..h/ Lake is moving Into 11HI3, .noil the following ilnmTlhA1 -
the Alderman home, 417 rent property Bltimte In Where You
) N. Walnut St. thin weekend. Bradford wit County, Florida. to. Get Service With .

Chaplain and Mrs. J. T. The Nth of ot17 and 1 1f 18 c' y i
.. A Smile Like w-&
Tompkins and family of Tal- Addition,nini-k to 2 the nf Town It. N. of nowllnirK'1 Stnrkeml Alma's .

lahassee have moved Into theE .> lininir. In tIKV nt HK%,
J 1v 11'. Mayton residence at ortlofi '1, Tnwnnhlo 8 South.Range .
83 Uniit. an Hume an-
the State Prison. Chaplain n onr-4 n( re oril, In, OI.PI. Rook
Tompkins is supervisor of P Pnrf'.. B57.County nnl>Florida lt<. records.. ofnradford LARGE
Chaplain for the Florida .t puMi, mirtlnn to the hlirhiit 1r '
Divisions of Corrections. hliHer. for ..n.h at the. A 9> 'j, atgttlht
outh front door of the FtrailItarhe y tr 4 i1yP d r11t
Mrs. Titus Olson, Mrs. "
.r4! Co..v { nitrt U".e In
Charles Sawyer, and Mrs. .FlnrMii' durlnw the lehoni. .. ,.
"0' of .ale' to-wlf:
Jack Eaves attended the n-.rdd ,0,1.| gist day of July.
Methodist School of Missions A. n. 1168. PIZZA
N' Char, A. 0.r>wPier'
VisitorsDay in Lakeland: on '" of the (fr| "''. Pourt of
Wednesday.Mr ni-Rrtfo-i., ro"o'v. Florlila. ,

and Mrs. Jack Mc- iA'O-&R fiorttF I *lit W l"rirF pterne. _
Comb were In 01ftB Mr' 'h ,
G9 camping Georgia r Tewnie AenueQt _
r and North Carolina the .Attornpyi rt'e TM"" for ldn Plaintiffs.I'llHI

f past two weeks. 'a/1 It Combination _
Mrs Merle Mardi of IndI !- '
-, t
atlantic spent the weekend "VOTICI"! i. I
I with Mrs. W. E. '')lIcdletonI Notice III hereby. given' that Pepperoni
I the County A.ne ""or of Tnn.
and I Mrs Madge Middleton. ,
for Bradford County Florida 'r'n ftfi ,
I Mr. and Mrs: Lamar Shaw will meet with the Bonril. of n
qty aunty C".I..n.'. .h/d/
Of Miami are' visiting Mr. (County In th* offlre. of the Sausage
ind Mrs Carl'Lame' '! John <"'lerk of the Clrp"''f Coiir' ntRtarka
Florid. at 'in:01 o'clockA
this week. .Y Pllna") tfie' family !O.. Auillut, 7. A. D 1AA8. for

you notice how the First Federal D. Bennettmid:on Ttwsday wet children* Mr. O of. ,0',.. ntirno. end e rdrelvlne of hearing teetlmonyi romly'alntfl 1 n Cheese

to the vnlue of any ornnerty -
smiled when I Jacksontflfa1.Mr. ; r..nl.r""nn1,, or Intantrl-
emptied my bank on I :'tfrteT' :Mrs John P. Ves- bee as fixed. h" the said' ooun- : '
of Tasty Treat
AwenBor Taxeo
ty on hln' Ate From
covo and family have' returned -' ...ment Ttnlln for the venrIH4B .. .
I'll bet it's. not every. day.they.see. to Dallas;;' Texas "after lof perfectlnir.and, for receiving the ptirpone and

three w elw visit with her enuallalnir ouch .......m.nt..
money. mother. Mrs M. W. :Lance. The' enunv Asne,nor of Taxes.
end the Board of County Com- OR TRY
They all spent one week at nnlseloners. may continue In OUR
Fernandlna Bead\ where .$a.,lon from day. to day. or a* :
"Where You they' 'Attended Me"' Lance |nn.All .B parsons"p."orv owning< nronertrnMprt .
Save DOES Make o family reunion. to asH..ment In nrftri'f"M MINI

Mrs. L. V. Hardin left today fled to County ainnear Florida at Biich are meetin"nnti.' PIZZA --1 1 Serving Any CombinationLet

for two weeks visit with or meetlnvs. to mnke euchftomplant ,

her mother, Mrs; Russell a. to'' the. value or. "rive of Any testimony rronrty. -
Savings and Loan Stover. and f amity'at Mt. rent or personal n..* fixedHy
the County, Tnx' Anmfnnnr. of
Lake Park Md. She will be Tnxes noon MN. n.hemtmentroll TUCK'S Do Your
accompanied ft? Mrs1.; ''John .. they may de*.lre CookingBILLY
ti liven hy order of the Boor1ef
Currie aw W as Krtshaw. S.
County Commlu-lnn.rn of
\cV: ASSOCIATION OF STARKE l C. whore Mrs. Currie will df""i Coun..> Florida on

218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000 visit her! parents Mr. and I July Charles.-* a. n.A.: .Party..55:' ("'"-kai MOORE,. Manager
Mrs. Sri\! flake*!'. It

0 I,

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I i it ,,I Shower Given I Miss CartwrightIs I i elect The hostesses presentedthe Birthday Party ', Karen EubanksComplimented :Norman. Family Duncan-Crawford

For Diane Davis Honoree At i honoree with a. piece or' For Janine GayMrs I' Plans Reunion /Engagement'' ToldMr

I k s4a Q At Tucker, HomeA Pre-Nuptial PartiesMiss I Corning of the ware occasion.as a remembrance W. J, Epperson entertained At Two PartiesMiss Relatives, ji.nd'triends of the and :Mrs. Kaspar O*.

at a family dinner late S. J. and Emma. Carter. ,
Cartwiight,' Duncan announce the engagement
bridal ehower was held Pearl Karen Eubanks, fiancee -'
Miss Janet Hardy hostess party Monday evening in the Norman will have their annual
t i Monday evening at the homeof whose marriage to John Harold was of Dave Long, was com- of their daughter,
GLADYS: MOOTY Mrs, Nell Tucker, honor- Andrews will be an eventof at a hamburger fry Sat- Pecan Room of the Garden plimented at a dessert-brid I reunion Sunday Aug. 11, at I Margaret Rose to Rudolph A.
i Phone 964-7608 ing Miss Diane Davis of August 31, was honored at urday evening honoring Miss Restaurant for her grand- party Tuesday evening given i i:Strickland's. Landing on Kings- Crawford, son of Mr. and
I last Thursday Pearl Caitn right and John daughter Janine Gay on her Icy Lake Mrs. Lonnie L, Crawford.A .
Gainesville, fiancee of Micky a bridal shower 14th by Mrs. Gladys Hatcher and
Harold birthday.A 1
i Dansby. Hostesses with Mrs. night given by Mrs. Wal- Andrews. Mrs H M Hatcher Jr, at the A bu.iket! lunch will be nerved fall wedding/ la planned
1: Tucker were Mrs P. T. No- ter King Mrs.. R C. Buford, The party was held on the white and( yellow color I home of the latter on E, CallStreet. at the noon hour.
Hutcheson and patio where the dining motif was carried: out In the .
lin, Mrs. J. T. Lawson, Mrs. Mrs. Charles SERVICE SCHEDULE':
T. C. Hazen Jr., Mrs. S, E. Mrs. William Carter at the tables were covered with red table decorations Including After several progressionsof -ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH-1
in Green checked cloths and centered a yellow and white pompom Ing napkins tallys and plates ,
Sparks, and Mrs. C E. Scott. home of the former bridge, prizes were awarded. -
Quests were greeted at the Acres. with hurricane candles. centerpiece Favors of yellow were used on the four card I Starke .
door by Mrs. Tucker and The refreshment table was Tha thirty guests attending baskets with mints were at The hostesses tables! set up on the porch Sunday( Mass:, 9:15: a. m. ".->,
presented to the bride-elect; covered with a lace cloth and included members of the 19R5 each place setting and the honoree with a presented piece of her overlooking the lake. After Thursday! Mass, 6:30 p. m.:.
white birthday cake decorated .
was -
her mother Mrs. Edward M. centered with an arrangement graduating class with their : Miraculous Medal Noveruw
t chosen china pattern several progressions: of
HA a
with yellow
+ r Davis; and Mrs. B. 0. Dans- of variegated zinnias wives husband: or fiancees. roses. Saturday, 7 p. m
memento the
occasion I
by mother of the bride and summer flowers. The Out-of-town Ruests were Ed- Enjoying the oc'aiDn'lIth bridge prizes were awarded. Confessions: S p. m. and,'
groom-elect. gift table was covered with die Noesel of Lake Butler. the honoree was her father, Joining the players for dessert i p. m. '
Mrs Noun invited guests avacado green cloth and Buddy Sellers of Jacksonville Allen Day, Mrs; Gay and Mrs.: Bob Ferguson and were Mrs T, T Long,
:Mrs, Juhn :Miller'! -ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCIZ"Keystone
into the dining room. Pour- I held an arrangement of caladium Gene Ivey Jr of Tucker, Ga, Wendy and Todd Day of entertained mother of the bridegroom-' ;'
I ing punch were Mrs Rodney in silver bowl. and Mr and Mrs. Mike Sis- Daytona Beach, Miss Sally at a dessert-bridge( party Heights
x. : leaves a elect, Mrs John Watson III,
l Sunday Mass: T:30: a. lit
Ann Eppeison Bill Gay and Wednesday afternoon at theE
Hall and Mrs. Edward J. Davis I trunk of Gainesville.The .
.6. .,, + l of Gainesville The table The 23 guests enjoyed I Miss Becky Jackson.to i L, Matthews! home onKingrev :Mrs Fred Guy Miss Jane and ::00 a. m.Wednesday ""
: .t the hostesses ''
games with prizes during presented a' ':.'
| was covered with a cutwork I Guy Miss Madge Middleton : Mas and N Lake Miss
party hours. Amonj the gift to the honored honoring
n v4I cloth and centered with an couple I Eubanks and Mrs H, M. Richarde. vena., 7 p. in.
arrangement of pink gladioliand guests were Mrs George I and also to Miss Diane Davis be married this Saturday.Assisting M
I The hostesses
sweetheart roses In a Pierce sister of the honoree and Mirky Dansby and Miss,I in serving_ were I Arrangements of summer presentedthe -ST. MARY'S ClItJRCIl.cclenJtr ."' "
| Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Andrews flowers were used in decor-, honoree with a portable .ft
silver bowl. Cake squares, and Mrs, B. R- Andrews, I Linda Kay Ilolton and Ruse!
| and Mr, and Har
Mrs. J K ,
'' sting for the occasion. Wed mixer as a memento of the Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. me1E.1ILLEGAR
nuts, and mints were served. mother of the bridegroom- Bedell both couples who are' dy. I I ding bell favors with match- occasion I I.
Mrs Lawson Invited( guests, u ,
MA into the Florida room, where, I
t It r gifts were displayed.The .

bride-elect was pre-
sented with a corsage and
the covered vegetable dish to

A;s T .' (1 : raWanda her china*, Corsages pattern were by the hostesses also-i MOTORS !

presented. to the two mothers. -

Guests from outoftownwere ,
Mrs. Elsie Schmidt,

Marla Mrs Robert D'Angelo Huss, of and Albany Miss,, Close-Out : ;"
On All
Sue Williams Becomes Bride I N ChrLstgau Y. and of San Mrs.Jose Douglas Calif.! New 1968 ,

Of Harold Bishop In St. Mark's Church

I Brown
Miss Wanda Sue Williams,' Mr Bishop Jr attended his
daughter of Rev, and Mrs. R. son as best man and the Holds ReunionAt
T. :Williams of Dalton Oa, ushers were Sammy Warrenof I
formerly of Starke, became Atlanta, Ga., Ted Hansonof Crosby LakeThe FORD CARS AND TRUCKS !
the bride of Harold Arthur Lake City and W. H descendants of the
Bishop III. son of Mr and Johns of Starke. late Jasper and Lou Brown I
Mrs. H. A Bishop Jr., on Miss Joan Williams of Dalton held i
reunion Sunday
a. family -
Saturday June 29, at 8 p, min .i Ga, attended her sister : .
at the home of Mr and
St Mark's Episcopal as maid of honor. Bridal attendants -
Church, Rev. Williams, father were Mrs Harold MTU. Foster Shi Smith at
of the brIde performedthe Williams' of Dalton Ga, and i Crosby Lake Shores. r
: Mrs. Smith presented car- tlles breaks .11
nuptials Miss Hope Holliday and Mrs.I I nation corsages to the only July $ !
Decorating the altar were W H. Johns of Starke. All' two living children, Mrs. My- recordsk
attendants dressed alikein
two pedestal baskets of ra Dyal and Mrs. Beula Pre-
white gladioli, chrysanthemums floor length, aqua blue scott of Starke.Approximately.

and pompoms against chiffon gowns over satin, 200 persons,
a background of fern trees bodice enjoyed the basket lunch at!
featuring an empire .
and branched candelabrawith rounded In, noon, and swimming, bout-: \ !t :
neckline. I .
burning white tapers. ins and skiing dining the ;, ,
56 0 -0
,Miss Dee Walters, organist, their hair they wore a afternoon. .lW "
I played nuptial music as the matching rose which secured I Those from out of town'' '0.' : a : ')) #!r i.:

I guests gathered and accom-i their aqua shou'der! length were from Fort Myers Tampa ..... 4 ....,.
ponied Mrs. Paul Canova.: ),i veils They each carried a'' Ga., Jacksonville and Atlanta, NEW 1968 FORD CARS AND l. : 0>'" .. ....... !"!::: '- .r, 'w "..
150loiltt single golden rose with yel-I ;. ,, !\, :;

', TRUCKS TO SELECT FROM 'r ,. t: :. : "., :k.'"
t low satin streamers. ; t. ( : ::

t Time e to SevBackfoSdiool\/ Miss Deborah Johns, cousin '''=J. }) .,...'"Vil..r..)!<\\'ik.',? '& / I
of the served flower 1t
groom as !
and Hal tt ) d. / .
0 0 for girl Williams err J- +r \ :
nephew of the bride, was \ ;,'!f.1't< .,,'.tI :
.ring bearer. ,; L .lu1iP'v, Itv3w' ,iii ti' .>ty..t. ,' ..\\ ," I :.
The'bride: given in marriage -: t -- ..L'. '- '

by her brother, Harold : T R U C KS
Williams of Dalton Ga, worea r\ F 1
white peau de sole, floor:
length gown, designed with .
I lace sleeves and Insets of: WE HAVE 'EM -- RANGERS ; .,
i'a fA ASIONUyd lace In the ,bodice, and ,lace CUSTOM CABS LONG AND hA .'
chapel train. A white beaded a 1
rose secured,her elbow length SHORT WHEEL BASE
veil of illusion. She carrieda s

white cascade roses arrangement centered with of: ALL CLOSE OUTS ____ 44? _.

Phalaenopsls orchids.' Her

tA RK) only groom cross(! ornament pendant center, a was with gift a a of silver diamond the- r -- ----- -- .; r .rt t ,.

Mis Williams chose for
her daughter's wedding a We Mean -
pink linen sheath with
white accessories, complemented ae _
( with -a pink cymbidIum -
v orchid corsage
Mrs Bishop Jr., mother of
the groom, wore an aqua Business!
d dtUPt falle sheath, coat dress with
white accessories and a pink
cymbidium orchid corsage.A .
jy eMtee reception was held at
the Starke Golf and Country

'p Ultra blend or I Club.terest Placed were standing at points basketsof of in- Save A .
of these
white gladioli, chrysan- I Every one

Springknighf Prints urns themums of fern.Standing and, pompoms, and

in the receiving :
\ -'- .ULTRA BLEND line were the bride and a
groom, their parents, and the Bundle 8 Fords

1 prints.drip By Sprlngmald dry In,35/36"machine In widths.SPRINGKNIGHT 100 washable a. cotton bridal bride's attendants.The table. was cov- must be ,.

ered with a white net cloth
over white linen and centered II Big stocks mean you get a big choice of
with a threetlererlwed!. best-selling Mustangs, Torlnoa, wagons ;
305" avril rayon and 5Qa rayonIn ding cake topped with two and Ford LTD's. Immediate delivery. And
b.autiful n.w Fall prints. love birds. Balancing this While the best prices of the year) Borne on In- a
35/36" widths. P.rf.ct: for were two silver candelabra 1 we're dealing. ;
dr.ss.* and blouses. with burning white tapers
Miss Suzanne Judd cut the CLOSEOUTALL
bride's cake. I
The punch table was cov- 1968 MUSTANGS
BATES SPRINGMAID! ered with a white linen cloth Last .
and centered with a crystal' They 14 TO SELECT FROM .
COTTON PRINTS STOWE SOLIDS punch bowl encircled with

All fin. cottons in Avril ivy and white pompoms. FUIJ.I'UIC'KStuck [
, th. Bat* quality durable rayoncottonIn Mrs Sammy Warren kept $2345 : ;
tradition. Beautiful fabric tightly J the bride's book, and assisting No. ,Kill, ) .
woven Inn
lction.. 1SPRINGMAID J 1 in serving were Miss i .
3V36.:' widths. yd 44/45"n.w solid widths shades. yd Linda Bishop, Miss Mary ;Z Year Warranty or O.OOOlit'M() : !
Kllgore, Misses Catherine' USED Hank Financing 'M; Mo. to Pay Mustang

and Carolyn Swink, Mrs. W. That's our rock bottom clearance price for

SPRINGMAIDRACQUET C.and Powell Mrs, Id.LaRue Mrs. Williams Lew Chaff 6 MUST i1111 N 1Ct ip! Mustang Save on optional equipment,too.

TREMODE After spending some time
with their guests the couple I 6 and 8 Cylinder
KorcM) and cotton Cora'el and combedcotton.
left on a short wedding trip
bl.nd with For .

p.rman.nt press durabl.88 C wear.skirts Solid and shades.sports- $ 119 traveled to Jekyll in Island.a two piece The bride pink I TERW11LEGAR MOTORS\
ness. 44/45" widths linen suit with white acces- !
44/45" widths sores complemented with the

STARKE PLAZA orchid quet.The from her bridal bou/ 18 TRUCKS TO CHOOSE Your Authorized Ford Dealer 1 in Bradford .. :

: .' Open A11 Day Every Day at couple Klngsley is presently Lake. The residing FROM and Union Counties l I.I snBRADFO'ftD 1 :

Open Till 7:00: P. M. Frl., Sat. groom will resume his stud .
ies as a senior at FSU in the ; .

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_t t4l1N- -' Nce Minei'. IIR.4'1W'hRD otntN't'1' TtUnn\PtI: : sr/tttittB. noRmJC THURM/AY', AtTOttftt] 1.Assist. tiled _
away from 'ita Jolt. Saturday.. | Luther :Reel &Hd. daughter: of !. The Circuit Court Of Th.EIIf..t. estate mortgage executed brI
l. t t' I :Polk l'Man The suit charged that the r 1rt Mr. and Milton Mlsner and Winter .Haven, Mr. and Mrs Brmiroril.. Judicial Con Circuit; air. Klorliln.M011TOAOK !. hadp'o. |'I I hoi-Buy.Bliik Lehociky his. wire and tOo Ethel the 'FlorIda Le--
arrest was "actuated!( by ma # family of Gainesville spent Elks'of No Bank at Starke under data
Eben l Charlotte, C. 1H88 given to
lice" and that it /wa "consented with Mr. and Mrs. R. FORJoCLOSUREI I of December 20.
Sunday .
principal sum of
Elek LthOL'Bky end EthelLohoe.ky the
tsrta'h'1'1O'W'e'' swure
Checks Pleads Innocent to, approved and ratified' H. Parker. Mrs. it -ot hi* wife, Plaintiffs. I 17200.00, and recorded on .me. >
) by Sheriff Crevasse. Mr1', and Mrs. Wallace Collins Greenville. S. S., Mrs. Billy V.. Albert K. Hode More than $5,000 in compensatory lynn and Stephen recently Oalloway of Forrest City. N. ndantM.. of Bradford County,
.[Oontlnuoj From' Page One]' Notion Of Mortaane Foreclosure -
, Continued From Page One] damages and more spent several days In C., Mr and Mrs. Michael Ad- Hale aVpubV auction" to the high-
tb ttle blth, than 930,000:$ in exemplary damages Chattahoochee State Park inAlabama Mrs. Public notlc, In hereby ilven eat bidder for cash. at the
klns Alta Adkins. Mrs.
in addition to welfare' checks, robbed by a group of persons la being asked. visiting with Mr that purMiiant. to and In iltrlutHoRordanuft Houtll. front door of the Brad-In
Court House
with the County
imfthy' rdelpleftAs Man benefit : which, he Bald, Included Ne if ratal< fcMdioa.1 services purchased I I reported to naive taken Mr. and Mrs Frank Groov Adkins of Miami Mr. and entered In ,this. cause on July3lrt gal hours of sale, to-wit:
for'them by,the Depart. I On arriving In Starke he 'notified place In Alachua County, Madders er of Dade City spent Sunday Mrs A. P. Hallman, Mrs. Virginia ,1908 of ,natd the undersigned Court, will, on usClirk Dated li. I"8if. this, slat day of July'
vHD8jitAllxnitlon.and pre. police here, the suit reported it in Bradford with Mr and Mrs. J. A Wil Kelly, 'of Keystone the ,11th day of t:11.tin:: :: A. D.19nS ; A. r."rkeBofA-thD.BIC>rrouU
the decrlhpd ?
sell I Court
scrlBed medicine services go to states\ and was then !brought County and is charged here. ]llama Heights.Mrs. real property altiiRte In Bradford ('ounty, Florida '
rtcbp'lents' ,, aid tofamilies with back ,to :Alachua County where Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Childs Helen Rlchar and Bradford. County, Florida, town THOMAS 41: PfI'RCE
dependent Children,' And to the he was ,turned over to depu- and family of Lake City were Tbye of t By George!! H. Pierce
Ocala spent Monday Temple Avenue
HWS of 812 W of Section in. 2113.206 :North .
,Wind, 'And atd'to'the perman ,'' ties and arrested on charges Sheriff Appeals visiting Mr. and Mrs. George with,, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Ad- Township, A "South, Range 21 SUrke. Florida 92091' 1 -
ently' .hdl I totally'\ ''disabled.\ 'of impersonating an officer on ...- Williams and Mrs. Ida Wiggins kins. Eallt.. containing.. forty (to) Attorneys for Plaintiff all it
1 I.
acre more or sn.
1 I
Nursing: home,care to purchased an affidavit sworn to Iby 4-H last Sunday.Mr. SUBJECT to that certain real
rf* the aged, the Wind! and Newman. Decision Girls Attend CampPictured and Mrs. Wesley! Griffin '.
the ,disabled, Fedders was kept at the .Ala Budget and Nathan Green spent If f,
chua County Jail for seven from left' to right are Janelle Thompson, Diane last Saturday at Daytona '
hours before posting bond. > >>> >> >>>J.> L :'
I Continued Ft cm Page One) Thomas, Kelly Richards, and Debbie Faulkner, who attendedthe Beach.
PiDay'll1tB t At his trial June 10 in the Judy and Emily Williams mA" l lr.i
Kollege of Klertrlc and Automotive Knowledge at 4-H ..+
Alachua County Court of Record In getting a budget appro Dtf Gainesville spent last week
Judge Ira Carter ordered ved over the head of the Camp Hoc Lake. This arthlty was sponsored by the Florida with Mr. and Mrs. Arnold] LeaveThe Cooking To Us During -
verdictof Agricultural Extension Service! In cooperation with Florida : JJj ,
t that the Jury return a County Commission, however, Haddock and family. j
Cyclists innocent for' Medders on a the sheriff in effect assumes; Electric Cooperative Anon., and the Florida Farm Bureau Insurance Mr. and Mrs. J. 0 Broome "*** !
motion by Medders' attorneythat responsibility for any' mlllag divlHlon. The girls participated In activities 'and I and family. and Mrs James ,These Hot Summer Days f
[Continued From Page One, the state> had failed to Increase necessary' to rais workshops Involving basic electricity, lighting the home, and Broome of Oainesville were :
--Found Claude Starting I prove the charge. the money. In thia case 1 n made an extension cord and, pin-up lamp. Also Included were visiting Mr and Mrs. Dan The pleasant, relaxing atmosphere is In keeping with our truly Delicious''',' f
The suit claims hat Medders .
guilty 6n six counts of worth-' Bradford County a $24,78 depth perception and general' highway rule*. The girls were Johnson on Sunday.Mr. "
l *i 'cliec'ks' and ,Imposed aenteiKe Buffered humiliation, embarrassment Increase amounts to sllghtl y accompanied by Miss Martha Sue McCain, county extennlon and Mrs Mel Hamel] Meals.
mental and e
<<(If' W: served
agent of
and Im- an girls for the
: \ but .Starling will be al- sical pain Buffering To Initiate an appeal to 4-H Round-Up. spending the next two weeks Whether it's a Family Affair, Dinner -
Itrttred to serve'all" alt eoncuriitttly. pairing his health. the state board a sheriff ha visiting Mr. Hamel's motherin 1 r
It Is also pointed out in the I 10 days to petition the state Vermont.Mr. for Two, or ''a Business, Engagement
'-a7ned<\ 'Lee?Henry: ]Davie 125 suit that Medders was required board after receiving written 786-'tout was granted only a S and Mrs. Jeff Baker 1
oil' each of Wo ''Coulo ts,of 'resisting to hire an attorney and to dies I notice of the Commission': Parents Question per cent Increase above last and family spent SaturdayIn our friendly, courteous !

: arrest. decision. The petition according year's budget of $88,362, givIng Daytona Beach. service strikes note of gracious
to state statutorylaw him 92780. Recent visitors of Mr. and a .
-t shall set forth' the bud- School BudgetContinued I Under the law, the sheriff Mrs.: Foster Hayes and fam- hospitality.
Nationwide will get as approved by the Com- 'may appeal the board's action ily were, Mr and Mrs. R. L.
pay mission and the proposal the : to a state. review committee Spencer and family of Albany v
sheriff made. The County [ From Page One) consisting of the! governor, Ga., Mr. and Mrs r
your bills when can'tIf Commission has five days comptroller, and attorney gen Charles Roberts of Sylvester,
you after receiving Its copy of yet determined how the new eral. Oa., Mr. and Mrs. Alan I Our Delicious Buffet
the sheriff's petition to reply]: aides will be used. They may Hunter of Lake Wales also Try
''to the state board of appeals be used in the classroom, or I, visiting them for a while was
If or Injury left you disabled and out of Within 30 days after receiving perhaps In clerical posts, or Mrs. Hayes' mother, Mrs. W. Served Daily
jirork, could you pay your bills? Nationwide's Income the county's answer to relieve teachers of non \ M P TON L. Bailey of Lakeland. Steve
with monthly the board of appeals will, according classroom duties, the, superintendent + Hayes returned home with'
Protector Pliancan provide you a .
to state statues, consider said. his! grandparents. | TWO HOT ENTREES
CASH income for one year, five years, or, if you the case. A representative The parents also questionedthe By.'Mrs. HUT. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lunch Buffet $$1.25TWO
qualify, for life. may ,be sent to Bradford, effectiveness of the four Wadsworth and daughter of
The Nationwide Income Protector Plan provides County to mediate the dispute -, curriculum coordinators Supt. r iDefinis' Bunnell spent the weekend VEGETABLES 11:00: a.m. to 2:00: p.m.
the sheriff said Tues- Casey has hired at 12,270 Boark of Camp L/e- with Mrs. Frances Wads-
>'protection> for ALL these possibilities:" day, or a hearing may be per year. They said some of jeune, N. C.' and Frank Ro- worth.' ASSORTED SALADS
.*. Total disability due to accident held in Tallahassee. that $50,000 could be cut I ark; of Trenton, N. C were Mr. and Mrs. Charles
.. In any case the board of back and additional class- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hicks and family are spend- Dinner Buffet $$1.75
Total due sickness ROLLS BUTTER -
disability' to Roark llast,
appeals] has authority to ap- room teachers or aides em- weekend. Dennis ing two weeks camping in
.*.. Partial disability due to accident. prove the sheriffs request, ployed. was mfde a Corporal last the Smoky Mountains in
Supt Casey said the week. I TEA COFFEE 5:00: p.m. to 9:00: p.m.
the Commission's approved cur-
'""' Accidental loss limbs North Carolina.
of .
.. "Arthur
riculum Mrs. Milliken of
figure or to amend the bud- will ,
Those from out of town at-
: Accidental loss of sight get Item by Item It's decis- work with teachers in behalfof Ocala, Mr.* an.d Mrs Glenn tending funeral services of
the board in Milliken of Gainesville, and I
ion Is final. evaluating L @
James Adkins were, Mr. and
; In a budget meeting July what is going on in the Mrs. Sylvia Porter of Homestead Mrs Paul Howard and --.- --,
u. .
See me today for details.BILll I 17, the county commission classroom. I were visiting their daughters and Fons Howardof
discussed the sheriff's budget "With all the demands for aunt, Mrs. T. F. Brown on Mrs
I I Jacksonville' Mr and
," request and In a 3-1 vote quality education, we have to .
POWELL with only Commissioner Buck be certain our teachers are
J Norman in' opposition gave producing quality educatIon -
Phone 964-6481 the sheriff a five per cent ," the superintendent said.
,. 401, W. Madison St. ..i Increase. School teachers now receive
-'I- Starke, Fla.I Motion for the proposal fora professional salaries and the You Will Never Better 2
five per cent hike was School Board should receivea Buy a
made by Zedra W. Ham- professional response from
ilton seconded by Mrs. Jessie them. Casey said.
Chastaln. and supportedby Several parents never agreed
The Man from Nationwide is on Your Side Jerome Johns. Norman with Casey's reasoning in
said he felt a 10 per cent hiring the curriculum coor,
i Increase was needed to meet dinators. They suggested to th&Price!
i higher costs.ADDING for the coordinators School Board be that droppedIn funds pc.Sofa-SleeperSuite 1 ,

e favor of hiring more aid
MACHINES Manual es. The board refused and ,
adopted the superintendent's
or eleeuJo.For sale or budget' ----,
as presented.
I rent. Add, subtract, credit bat Supt. Casey also told sev-
.Nationwide.. :Mutual Fire Insurance Co. eral visitors that whether Compare Elsewhere at $129.95 or Even $$139.95
Nationwide Life Insurance Co. ance. Bradford County Tele federal aid to Bradford
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. schools will be terminated remains $89 95

.. Home Office: Columbus, Ohio graph.IT'S tion. He an said unanswered no wholesale ques- Chair and Sofa with Durable Vinyl or Nylon Cover! .

-" one switching school of to another children to from sat For young homemakers and others who want to furnish their homeon

; isfy the federal governmentIs a conservative budget here is an exceptional opportunity to
planned, that present assignments ; ; ; Your Credit is Good at
; ILLEGAL. something will hold."It' on an attractive and durable 2 piece living room suite. The sofa
we hope
f won't happen," he said.Casey does. double duty too it opens up to make a comfortable bed Denmark'sTake

"' For.Any person or Persons to Engage in said about the$80,000 schools if federal would funds lose when needed! Comfortable coil spring and foam construction, this i

are cut off.
sofa-sieeper and chair ensemble may be had with either vinyl or
"One teacher presented the

:Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless Board riculum with council a plan in which for a parents cur-- Ion fabric upholstery in choice of colors Danmark's makes Months To Pay on

and educators work to- it easy to take advantage of this wonderful value too Pay only

4 l the Name Is Registered! study gether for to build a school a course system of $ I 0 down and take months to pay the balance arranged to suit youi 'EASY TERMS'!

: under a curriculum super

,J 7 zRead This Florida Law visor.Parente also budget. ,
| questioned the
e w Mpttw MMwrK'"NrMayrkey
: lM/
... qualification or. formet Brad- #, ? T V ''fy'" ""rf'rw''""""""MM rre ? >

Mil'ynaO lit CI\Ia.Wfat for ally BOTSW .r aarxnia, aa dfta.4 Ionia, t* ford High Principal i Connie

......* In htuineaa as' herein dwfhrwd, under a fieUtteoa a... aa hanla ... Clark as and a currlculuqi those of I former".coordinator k bF4 A.t 9'e r!; V y

final;:witKut. !''andTnnlerM Bald) fictitiowi'naiii.. anaO b* n M ire4 wit3 the Starke Elementary Principal

b dint l of tiie circuit. court of the county where. the principal play. af IxubuMto. P. T: Nolln to be a purchasing -

wltti" 'refiattaito! l *'ahaH consist *f flllnr with the el rfc af reeds aa af-. Clark agent.present at ,ttie" ses-' :

fUarli'aicnea'' by all interested'persona, 'IIf. tm. tander .ath th. Mantes ''ef sion told:l the parents he
J .
nil th. Intereated l In" thi 'buarln_ enterprW, ,th. ""aktent'. tt., .fa'J holds a bachelor of science t

'J' .l... ., each and the' fictitious name taie which sold hoalneaa .to earrM Ball and a State master's Teacher's degree College from

j M. Said regletratloit may not'bo mad. until flat''prs.a .r persona desiring plus 24 semester hours be-

e t. enca>re In bumhieas! 'trader a,flctlttova name ....| .... .era..a hi.*'*r yond Supt.that Casey lever Mid Clark. was f &&t

i! Uttir Inleatlon t* register said fictitious name a(l.s.t.oee l s week for foorr chosen as one of the four _'ti't

(4)) consecutive weeks In some newspaper. defined by.law In th* eanty>'' curriculum coordinator's because (r:' _
; of his ___
where said registration la to be made, and aU. rejiotratlen. ahafl not b* go in the classroom"unique abilityto and

*" accepted by the clerk of the circuit court eieept upon receiving prwef *fj work with teachers without

j *o.h puMIcatloa.j arousing" resentment."

j If you are engaged! d in business under any name County,BudgetTrimmed 1't I

other than and have had this I Ia I
; your own not I name y rlr. 4 I
yrYbp.6"r I

j properly advertised and registered we will be Marlow Continued] foe given From a Page$600 Onel Increase ] I

and that part-time secretary -

glad to give you all necessary Information as to $100 raise.Anne Greene be givena "It's A Fact You Can

With the support of Johns -* -

should do.BRADFORD and Shuford, the motion carried ---- ,.. .. Do Better At"
5 3-2
you -over opposition from
Norman and Mrs Jessie Chas-

e e talru Still unresolved with respect Denmark Furniture Company

to the !budget Is the $20,363
cut made last week In the bud-
; Ret of Sheriff P. iD. Reddish.
COUNTY TELEGRAPH The sheriff had asked for
o UU.148-an increase of $24,. 434' W. CALL ST. PHONE ...-5827 STARKE, FLORIDAMle


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I Bche" iad nlnltM>tor. H. mea fared as a re+ut.qt| the ever I''Jtor electric hour meter, 'rainTinp. : Dated thin 11 di>r or1' July A.". :

Men's Slow/ Pitch t + 1A5NC fctw*am *wV ', rovOhlq .I clanging it'uati&iiA{( MnHtfreiUT' terrine'' hydraulically and brake, acttmtod nclomd.onuratorn D./9 1955.''Chart] ''it-. Daj-b/ '
fty a large suburban in) a couixterliuiurgency\ ;\ opera J'; cab with .af.ty glace\ Clark of theo ClrqUlt. Court o w :
w.k \* :z. tI n and to find'Ways' "ajid, *J fo.i hydraulloally ahlftabl Bradford Cowntr, Florid.* 2Z1:
trd'f. Idbuard either 1 hydraulic or '
r r film-'b' means to qplvoIposw/ i pJPOblms.4(i mW'hinicnl: I 1 type control:, ither

Tourney Goes HereGarden 4(' ,NFo iNa AI CNGOt# out-standing record? .a*"rf8aL5-1 '*..u energetic application. of l Dower titanimliMlon. nMft or'with direct oil''ooolrdmkatur drive 803-aOJ By (OecTK North H Tempi.v.nue. Pleroa, >jatarko
rF ten superiltttetu\ : eilk''rkl4re him i extensive knowledge has I cliituh having Indvpendnit Flrlda. S80.'
'war bet rflVef ooflMdr terlally contributed to. the .premura 1 luhrlpntlon I I yntem Attorney (or Plalntltt" ill
n1 and' featuring at leant tt for, 8/ 1 It.,.
Restaurant of Starke, day afternoon Aug, 4, at 1:90: ? + 'tan ,'one'fbr actt'of'the'fiveareasef f orts Of the United States' '' xvtrd and 2 reverMe. speeds And
4'l. I .4 t of to 'I '< >\I' 14 10 ply tube type tVe!' 1.....
RUBs Piker of Gatn.svljle, Lake .4:00: and 0:30.: t mph*sllG TWo these !M sslon the Republic of Viet- Bllown* option will be V typeaurlfler.
City Afro, and Palatka'a Huntley i, Monday RtWuttn ,? '\hWv' ''ibeeii: '.employ** at this. nt m to assist that !country In a.. H itf'S NEW '--:"
Broa..,posted Wins Monday; i Lake Butler 15, Lake City'I IPresbyt.rJan tlm)l'' They '.w HujfllMdArthur : -- ridding Itself of the communist ''*hif Bnard nf County C"ml""lon..r. ,", and --
$ t who will server in1.".I lu.a"* ...'......w.. to .u> freedom. will take Into. 'con
and Tuesday July 2 :
8 hid
as play ; Palalka : I 'glerntlon'' I the total co t ITS DIFFERENT .
began In.the Men's 1968 Florida Icy Bro 7, Noegel's pf Hunt-I titan, and James 'M.fCaUoway.' "His Initiative zeal;;, sound i.n'I. lh.. full two year warranty
rbr Communtcattons. ju nt and devotion to ; ;
,' gem hid.Suo.eeafufbidder
Area. 'Softball.Association 5; Palatka Wo dn\en' will paint YOU REGISTER
Sub-district IX, Slow' Pitch! ',,.World 11, St. :Augustine! Ole I t bs. ; dt ty have been in the highest .h* Prf. lfofrt (CJ-'intv Roq 1 n"* THEKYOUPRAWVYOUR
ty I 4rtm<*nt and No. 61 on eachxllle
Tournament at W tll1fl|( ..Pe.rk City Petroleum 8. I- l s tradition of the United States t.> of the machlno.rtri OWN GIFTFAm. :.::.
n X41 r ..
I A and reflect credit .
here. | Tuesday Kesulto ( 'ffc.: TerreffIs my great 4 jk. DarbyChnrlen
(( .
Lake Aero 16, Raiford I 11 him and on the military aerviked' A. Dnrhv ENOUGH: ? !:;
Wednesday night' games' City ,M Clerk to Hoard c l I .( .Jt .( .
2; Garden Rest. 1'7. First Meth- i1 < I-1 :lit/ R-I!
were rained out. They will be ; j: .
ij.-rell wls a 1008 honor YOU REGEIVB YOUR; "
made up by playing tour odist of Gainesville 0; RUBS Ad''Bronze d'
1 graduae( of Bradford< Hlgtxdoliool GIFT THEN-AT ONCE
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games Thursday' night( Au* Piker of Gainesville 8, Lake I ,. He is one of eight "'in The' f'Ir.'ulV. ,4>...- -f..TliKlubih . '. .'1/0/ h.
1, and live games, Friday. .,.City 7.1Hew. i t :/ .lii.ll.'li.l (.1.....* I.* ..'.d NO OBtKJATIONS "-11

nijrtjt) Alta,',2;1,;. '/ ; t : Sure Bradford in Vietnam.County to -be killed Inaction I For ".llruilfard..I. ... ...".CnuHIr.,".......*.IH Fin.. ,. NO PURCHASED r4 -
The tourney will conthtuqthrouglk 31! .ntruan' REQUIRED .
StationsSet (uhfi: .i
I FOKVValtir( ( 1O.
Suday Aug. 4. Three I ( llenilemon and Kntellu : EVERY ONE. .WINS r..
games are scheduled each night Pfo. Rob rtGF.. Terrell; killed NORTHSIUE BAPTIST < II..ndion, his wife, f'laln .' ,, "t u
through Friday, Aug. 2. Up For CHUKCII turn v. Willie llubbert. Ji''nndMettle' OVER 100 "GIFTSVALUEi
April 2ft in Vietnam has llubbert. bin wife ro.-I I ':\. ,
Saturday's schedule calls forth been posthumously presentedthe Jftatftd on BuylvsH Highway ff fiduntfl.NiMli'e. '
[SR 223} at. Kalfurd Road t>f Mortgawa Foreclosure : OFuGiFTSUt }J'J'I
first game,at 2 p. m. and DerbyAdditional BronBe Star medal for bravery !
\.SR. mi], ; Suss: h."lty' TO S49.00BwT; ,
one every hour and a half thereafter In action. > 'bIiU notice In giventhnt I : l I/J./ .. I
with the latest set Terrell, of :Mrs. Lula Services: Sunday School,;. 10 unrviiunt t<> and, In strictaet'ordunce I -
at It p. m. game weighing stations registration have been and de- School Receives BIP Award Belle Terrell son who lives on U. S. A.,) m-f: Sunday Morning Worship Klhul Judirnivnt with l of the Foi Summary"""cl >iur. I I Drawing' :PrltObes'{ ', .J ,#: I IJ

The finals are slated Sun- signated for ,the Keystone 301 north of Starke was a ,.IV a.', m,; Training Union. .ok..r"oJ in this oaune on July.. J!iolitd 1.Tn.,:: One To.A;.., .umu -
Heights Sportsmen Club'a. member of Company' D, 2nd 8:iso ,p. .n.; B"enlng aervice, Clerk.11)/) 1IHIH of the add" undersigned Court! i will' on a Family, or Vehicle 1 .-"
I Hampton Elementary School Parent- Ing project at Hampton Elementary. In addition Battalion, MIlt Infantry. His 7:30: ; Midweek Prayer Service. onl the 12th.: day"cvf" AuKunt-.. P *
Fishing Derby which started following tie. *a*
I D. DOA Hell the
'TIIIS' WEEK ONLY July 1 and /will continue thru Teachers Association became the fifth recipient to exterior landscaping, the group Is 'citation reads: Wednesday, 7:30: -Rev. Glenn ..'. ibe.l' I r".1 l property ifltuatIn' A( ,.:
THIS Augut 31 according to club of the Bradford Improvement Award also currently developing a decorative pool I "For distinguishing!\> : himself Lawhon, pastor. TlrtuUurd County. Florida, .1

AD IS $5 00 I president Don Morgan. Monday. Aug. 29. area 'In the covered' entrance to the school by outstanding meritorious service I IO'ru'N' to mPI wit"" .SKi Weth175Ffe. 7.1 rltet 9&. <.MUm.
In !\ ,. 1 'he of the
WORTHOn In addition to Rutledge's on The DIP award I In, given by the Bradford BIP Committee Member Charles, Sawyer connection with ground (The Haurri of Cmjnty CommtNtflonum t -- Edith 174 feet Plunk' 17, Mobile/ =:
Lake Geneva and the Standard "Derations! against a hostile of the ''w"y,Town of
will Kjl
County Chamber of Commerce to Individual, made the presentation to the Hampton PTA. rprelv "Mcvlcd/
The Purchase Of ANEW Station in Keystone official force In the Republic of Viet- blaa 1 1 fur one ,new motor dgrsder''I wt..v.. 1'nulforrt (County, KIor ,,
12 FOOT WIDE I or organizations making a substantial improvement The Bradford Improvement Program will nam during the period 17 February to,. lie opened I AutfllHt 14. Vim I Ice and In Sertlo-n it. Tuwn- "" n"/: I :
i blanks and weight verification .. 38 Kant:
I at 10:00.: (( a at lhs l OuiurltiptiHH <'B.ilp t South hang an
2BEDROOMMOBILE can be obtained at Pat to the community. Mr. and Mrs. continue throughout the year to promote improvements 1968 to 26 April 1988. In Rtnrke, Flnrltla. Per! mel\ or pint an recorded In Homes' '
I Bradley's Western Auto in Harold Waters were on hand Monday to receive of all types in Bradford Countyand "Through his untiring efforts .Motor QravlBr' must have. atleant flat Hook No. 1. Peas 39 puhIrecord. :
HOME 19A flywheel horsepower; "tpt of Bradford County
ONLY Keystone Heights.To the award on behalf of the many persons to recognize those! worthy of recognition. and professional ability, he nix,, cylinder 4110 enblo Inch
Per Week enter the contest simply who have contributed to the land cap5. I consistently obtained outstanding I Ilia weighing cement not Kllrnct ION* fniflno shun/ *3,6IIOm and 'pall at puMIt- bidder auction.for cash tn'the, at hhehI the- (At Lane; Ave.)., 4' Se
take your fish to one of theselocations _.. results. He was quick to > >r iihiill! lie equlu- Hulitlv. front door of the '
-- -- the g"i'Jj: : elwtrlo I : Ktnrt- tnAt, Onunty PHONE 78I7322'r :
complete the entry : grasp implications of new ..,.. daring nro".j I I .-
$13.93Including .., .._ 'i Inrir,. ljv tyiw air ,rleuifM'. fort "" > Florldn, .
blank and have the weight Speckled Perch children .C' .:) problems 'with which he was operated. ,nrrelerntor.. Oo-nlerii-' '\ I letrnl!, hours .of .mile. : ** v
length and girth verified.To under 13 .-: k j '-- -' __ __ _'___' ---"t -f I .
Delivery let and 2nd. ---
:1!. J .1
Set Up-Sales Tax ,be eligible. all fish must 6. Bream (allspecies), men, .4' a. < : J/s. ,: (+ 1 1.J ... ..
taken \
"fie by legal methods
Insurance & Credit Life from the waters within a 12 women, and children; largest. .i .. ,:.. : I ., .
mile radius of Keystone 7. Plckeral; men women, >:: : I it : -.J{ .
A. B.C.fobile ,I Heights (approximately 50 and children; largest. a; : :; :
; I .
,,4 I '
lakes). Bass and !Pickeral must be ,,.
1 .
If' %f.' ', .. I !
call i '
Categories are as follows: taken on rod and reel live\ or WI ", '}l _. _d '"" Towho an tho's d
: : eat erg
Homes 1. Black Bass men over 15: artificial bait. Speck and ri-- .oJ' ''', .1", :

1st and 2nd. Bream rod and reel or pole, .
6545 NORMANDYLane 2. Black Bass, women over live or artificial bait. _
I!115:, 1st and 2nd. .
Ave. Winners will !be announced:
Jacksonville) I 1 3. Black Bass, children under the first week of September at 1
PHONE 781-7322 15. 1st and 2nd. the Public Gun Safety Clinic n yV jilisf dropped prices::
.women 4. Speckled 1st and Perch 2nd. men and program.Here's r A } .t r I .

r ,_1 i ea_ dYCS. .t.aY._-_-L- '_1 t.____ where

A special DIP award was presented to Mr. and Mrs. ]M. W. I welcome, fo we:

f Your Chance to Own the Best CresHkr. 308 :North Cherry Street Starke, ]Monday after they f

redecorated and landscaped their home. The special award

was given In connection 'with the Paint-up, Clean-up) Fix-up were, : ( .
Drive which ended Juno 20. II b e

Practically all the work on the home Improvement projectwas ,
THE GREATEST dime by the Crawlers. BIP Committee Chairman B. F. :, '.r

Mlzrll Jr., president of First Federal Savings and Loan here, ,
presented the award. I


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BUY EVER Orientation Set Thursday I Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds l : saysf l; f: I 1 1If

1 Bradford County School chrit, Dixie, Levy and Nassau liiv-ovT'M/r 1 r
Supt. Tom Casey will join superintendents Counties to 'bring about I / / |

as Frank Gifford Says: Bounties for an from s11-day six orientation other five changes specif for areas Improvement of education.The in. I the car isn t as sharp: a's" the deal lJ; i

'Compare and You'll Buy Westinghouse' t, in program Lake City.Thursday Aug. I childhood five(kindergarten areas are ) ;early exceptional I btitKer; 1

They, and some forty other child education; seclondary whyb ;

I educators from those, 'Bounties, | education (with emphasis : _
,/ '111 1 be briefed on the operation on vocational studies);
of the newly established evaluation of the .
county In- :
Columbia Rtrlonal Education structional program; and com1 .
I iii iiiI Services Center.In I,1 munlcatlons. The latter Is a

b'i the planning stage for .broad term which embraces all
more than a year the Services forms of communications from .. ,
WESTINGHOUSE I Center has been funded under public information to communi- I '. f'" '.,J -
"' .
Title III of the Elementary and cations .between and among I :': rr1"'T., i"';Y ,
Secondary (Education Act of jarents teachers, pupils, principals i 't .,
965 (ESEA). < superintendents, admin
' Slim Wall Objective of the program iso istrators, and school board.
Design .
' ', I.rtl. assist school 'systems' In Columbia Director of the Service Cen- 1

::1:1I I Bradford Union Gil-\ ter is John W. Bott, a veteranBMCTRiC I ,


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for yon of dependable troubls-'... parformance. This' fiIii5o '.. ; ';10 I: ; ':I Ia
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and APPLIANCES, .,'I, 'I j j1l

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Service Friday How Doth The Little Sloth cats that are opposed to any are left holding the bag. Those to take over, and' what tomorrow MADISON STREET BAPTIST
form of control or discipline.: honest God fearing citizens are will bring la anybody's CHURCH STARKE :'

.t 1 .' ; I'r NY i1"or'(; Mrs. Stiller I. Each Shining# Hour They contend that all over 30 'afraid to walk our. streets afraid guess. Sunday, July 21 Sunday
F '; In Jones Chapel : Improve > years of age are so stupid and to call their souls their ; School, 9:43: a. m.; Morning
cs'h 'c > : dumb they are unable to grasp own and as they Jook over the FIRST UNITED METHODIST Worship 11: Youth Choir

al' i .: lYi: 'Mrs. LetlA Balsden StUley,, By Russell" Kay mused with glee the truth and are warts on the list of aspiring politicians who' CHURCH. STARKE Practice 4:30: p. m. Youth
1 bit But the World is much UPSIDE arch of prgresa.I seek their rotes, see nothing Fellowship] Supper '5:4S.
i7 Sometimes j :
.4 starke died in a loca; I find a : of tight Sunday Church School,,
that indicates
hospital Wednesday morning the most effective! way DOWWER' than me." I I are warned that if we aid or comfortas Training Union 8:15.: WMU
: a. m.; Morning Worship,
With Idon't ''Stand and deliver we can far as they are concerned.The Prayer Circle 7:15.: Evening
,following an extended illness to express my feeling so I contribute all the crazy marching I law 11 a. m. MYF Activities, 6:30: .
and order have
'", _,, : She was born in Starke on the following: for 'rw1IateveI' rioting, civil disobedience, and expect .to flee our cities burnedto they : p. m.; MYF Meetings, 7 p. m. Worship 7:30.Monday. : .
y been to maintain
'December 29, 1880, thr'laughter thought-provoking' ability protests over Just about any the ground, our government trying are July 22 R. A.
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tH 7afpt Evening
1 1 I Worship 8 m.
and colleges crowded day to day as Jawmakrs. p.
schools Meeting at the 7' .
destroyed, our church -
thing throughout p.at.
our today
of the late .George it may \possess. .
\ Monday Prayer Oroup.
W. and Martha' Adeline Turn- THE SLOTH we seem to have lost all taken over, and our leaders courts and ether agencies 10 a. m.Wednesday. YWA meeting, 7:30.:
I lln Balsden.! A sloth asses t slovenly
; Prayer MeetIng
the trouble maker the
sit around biting
tree.AJthoueh a point where so many folks ? 7:30: p. m. Business
'She was a member of thMlrat Clung tight to his and 8 p. m.
little : fingernails : Indigent agitators, who
Uhdir pink
Christian down are screaming for a guaranteed M etlnw. 8; Church Choir
.., .Church o upside ThursdayChancel Choir
'rl M'
y, about how ian: do anything 1 say anythingand
.,...,F 1/1 Starke.' He knew he was FtfttQE.". income !without work, more votes worrying they might lose if hide behind the same constitution Rehearsal 7:30: p. m, Practice. 8:30.: (
authority many
more control -
,'' the.Bt'Jr; g. Gulf Women's North Sub-District Surviving are her daughcer While other varmints Aid whether qualified or not-the they say this or how many that was designed to Request for Bids: .
Mrs. R. C. Buford, ol Sought Federal orotect and FIRST BAPTIST CIIURCII On or before Aug. 18. 19(8.
the honest citizen
if do
11 Slow win they
pltrh team are pictured. Demanded their rights world truly seems to be UP- votes they may I One Whlteprlnter. New and
""te. with "-h"m she ha, snm'! DOWN.It that. deter the crlmiinal. STARKE [ Factorv Rebuilt
made her home for And marched in paradesMr. tin Volt A.. C. 80 Cycle
Wins there, seem that about all In the meantime the millionsof MaYbe !we can roturn to sense J' Sinn-la Ph.ae
Beggs Championship Sloth just hung our Sunday.; t1y 21 Sundaj tmp .1100
: two sons, Ted B. Bill- and sanity 'before if: /is too late, Watt.o..ratlnw. Current 2O
with his lot. institutions of hard working taxpayers who School .
Content higher learning 9:43:
...1... VJ.a.iiU ', fetlllej a. m. Morning :iam> at in Vold A. c.
!n Women's Sub-District'Meet' nf-j Jacksonville; one* sister, And seldom gave life a serious have accomplished as far as I are called upon to provide the but the outlook is not:: promla-I Worship at 11; ser;non, "Stir j W. reeerve the rlrht to're.'

Mrs. Alice. Jones, ,of Starke;; thought, I i education is concerned, is to money for work without pay, Ing. Public apathy haa'permit-f j lice, 7 p.:1,. feet Gene any Long and all Tax olds Assessor

four grandchildren, and five "Sure I'm upside down he have produced a new breed of'I and authority without ability/!ted hate Intolerance and agreed Bradford County Starke, Fla.
Beggs oulf of Waldo, re with an average attendance; e sit te 8-1
presenting Starke in the 1968 I 'f over 500. These land were great grandchildren.
Women's Northern Sub-dU- rewarded for their .PI' eftCI e; : ]!Funeral service will beheld

trlct slow pitch Softball ;tournament vith some well"played'gamesind at 11 e. m Friday In -- --= = "'=- i'

,, defeated,King's' Food some exceptional ,. plays Jones Memorial Chapel with
Host of, Gainesville, to cop, The 11 teams- scored354! i Charles! Reese minister of the
that champlonahlD.. runs, and 445' hits 'wer're: '''Wn"t' ,> Cli..ht'an' Ch"r" 'lj., ""ffieating. '1
Showing awesome power corded in the 90 ametl.,play-, Interment will follow fl
with the bat, Beggs rollec ed. Thirteen home rons" 'were, In the famOy; plot In Crosby ,
over five opponents enroute hit, 10 of .these.by the' ''two Lake Cemetery under dlreo
''to the championship without Starke trams Carolyn Bedding tlon of DeWitt C. Jone'

'absorbing a toss In scoringa of Conner'Insurance I led Funeral llorre./ :. I
total of 88 runs, Beggs all home' run hitters wit,);4 1i ',:-

'pounded out 83* bale hits, detesting The most exceptional ptavof : Cub>I Scout: : .' :
Lake 'Butler 7-6: the tournament, I
-oni Need Help -0 'a.'v'' ';
Cross City 37-10; Royal "
which most fans never have! ,
et.t Poultry Augustine of Oainesville'23-8, andKlns's 3.1; the !pleasure of witnessing., Cub Scouts Pack 70 "des .It,. ; srib "" r.
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was the triple'play! executed ,
perately" needs volunteers to "
.Food Host 11-10. by Beggs in the : '.
championship be den mothers, den fathers, ,
Patsy Nettles Diane Cox. game. King's Food Hos' committeemen etc ., accordIng .
"and Sue Trieste were the big was batting, and had runner : to Cubmaister John Sim .... .!.
guns for Beggs. Nettles bat- on first and second ba<*e. Thr mons. \

"tlhg average of .650 was high batter lined a shot to the second '
for the tournament, and Diane baseman Diane Cox. to Anyone take part interested Is invited 'i\; Hew Dohn Rex Rotary Spirit Duplicator. ,

Cox was second with an Diane made the catch for outnumber E For further '.....' ,
Information -
contact 1 .
average of .583. Diane had
one. Diane then .
Simmons at
KIngsley I..
14 hits, the most of ,
any play- threw to first baseman! An- Lake, 633-2984
phone for a
w 1:1': ., with 2 doubles 5 triples nete Kelley. to''catch the .i 4r
meeting in -midAugust.DROWNING .. ... ...
and 3 home runs. King's runner off first who though .It''" '\. .' r I
": ''ood Host placed second in that the ball war !going.to b* .,,:
_the tourney and along witheggs a base hit. The runner at THIRD .,

:: will 'represent this' dis- second base made an attempt Drowning. .bas 'been Florida's '
:;.trlct in t:e District II Tour- 'advance. to, third but 'Kelley third leading cause of accidental .: Iii'" .., ,: ..' i
ttament to be played In Cape fired the'ball r
( to Patsy, death for years, says the '
.iJCanaveral August 011. The Nettles who made the tag,to tate !Board of Health. .. "" ,' .,I" '"; .

winner of the District will be complete the triple play. I .. .'. .
=eligible to participate'In' the Congratulations, :''go'to) *, the .CREEPING. ERUPTION .:." \ 1,1'1.:; '
&tate Tourney. Beggs will team and. to the 'three ,.'girl a '' 1 :; I', dpen businos* .
' "Creeping 'eruption1' is actually ,. :
": p1aY Friday"night, 'August 9, who executed the play:""-on;; Q : : : .
-at 7:30: p. m. that very few ever .have the an animal hookworm tryIng : .
*,to live within the of \/ ,' .
The crowds at the tournament -- '
to' do'f:
= were large each night opportunity. \ the.human skin..VANISHED. .. .i. Who says on since, ... -tipiTeafor Avalfabl?"- both,-, nancfanj- ."
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rr :; I: ,' hastobaon.yesoreNotBohn, electric, models, from $215 plus
r' ? DISEASES : \ h The front and back trays of the F.E.T.

v ''Malaria is. R-II :Spirit Duplicator close Into .
still consideredan'Important' '
ahandsomeoampactdustproof For a fre. ,trial r I com I In,
: world-wide disease
....I, ,' but the State Board ofHealth !: Case. ._ phons or lend_IM coupon '. '
; i
,,,+, says! that.it and Yellow, ,. f .? In performance, Ihe> R-11 f has> s '
n { Fiver have been of mechanical
wiped out features 'that make .,
:td the .V. S% for clean, quick, inexpensive Electric- 1 :- f

MOSQUITOES copies. Patented wick distributes .". .i :" ':. ." .. .r?::
i / fluid whero r.ocded, no Hooding.

f I.. .,, ,. If the yellow fever mosquito, : An automatic master clamp $ 5 0 ..f

: a' T r x i'I' AedM, aegypti, >is. aroun4 your makes it as easy to insert a mos. ;' : 1 "' .r' ," ,
"0 1 2 9 9 ; i I ,
X11f home, the State Board of ter unit In this Bohn Duplicator as ..' .; ,,:;
wpm 4. Health warns that you or yourneighbor 1 to feed a sheet of paper Into a .
may have grown typewriter. Only one control ,
f t ;r' u, Ujem. ''Their '' effective flight knob runs 'the machine No Hand Model I ',r' I (

range is bout one block. y .. tompKcciions.

pounds:. He will make a I 'i $ 00 :
a o; ,,picker .by,,and by. berry/ 215 '



:?:. ,Playground. Winners .,k "' .v"'Winners 1 .
';"'- '
of"the Starke Recreation Drpertuient'sjBWnmerPlayground ; ..r,:....:::... :. ,.wIi
Participation Program are ((1-r/ .Jhwmy. ; Gto y, By Advertised Prices '
Total cost tlf contract In .. .
first place. boys |Cln< first : .
second ; ly Glnsy place'glrto8opjl >BlffK, what you actually pay O.t t. .. '.. ,
place girl, and Erie Ulgjrs second place-,'boys1' "" <, tttt REAL FACTS before ('
:. h.. 1. A 1'1-:. t.- yon sign. Oar payments are '. The TELEGRAPH Is Proud To Announce -
StTNNYSIDE' .. from $B to IU per month .. ,
SITTINGS ,' are at last-laid.Uonjrif.'here( : less, wit*, toe: saco*, .down A New The Com-
.1' Dealership
and --
look .
now 'outfit'j; ; business.
paroMnt and number mT ", .*.' .' .
[From the Jan. 31, 1890 issue Stra.wberries areiSob1li',Well, months.. to pay: B pert /. Line of ,
of'The Telegraph] only they need more naln. Several bank .financing. No hidden plete BOHN REX ROTARY ,
Still dryand warm. I ] shipments'have already charges Ten top tnanufao-

People are clearing up land been made from,' ..tl s.potnt:' : fasts represented. Spirit Duplicator And Mimeograph

for another year's crop. There' Orange trees are ;;bJOO1 .

wlll.be; quite a lot of cottonplanted bountifully; which W1a/1 LOW Machines And Supplies. We Service '
>in this 'section thisI; good crop of fruit .r' OVERHEAD

year; as well as other,'crops i I D. L. Phillips, .'refused, $500 Them Too.
We are Indeed sorry to hear!!i for his place 'last, weekHe: Does It! .
of Sheriff Epperson's1'' death. wants more now; but the,,place '
We do hope the murderer will is still che .p. '" .. 4 The Owners .1 "' '

be caught, as he 'deserves Rev. Wm. P. .""Majphurspreached Dad .anff Iirad- '. ; i

hanging without a jury. two very interesting .Drive' :The Trucks. ( :i:._, .E. .,. ,
We understand .that Mr. M. sermons here, on-.-.last Saturday ALL SIZES .ONDISPLAY "
J. Brlnson is. going to move and Sunday. .There iwere five : FREE DEMONSTRATION Come '
his family to our settlement I members excluded fro.m:'the .i -- ., .
.8 10 12 WIDER :';
on his 40'acre tract He is' determined church' last SaturdayJ"Your '
to have two groves, correspondent was IVt' BATHS In or Call.Bradford '

one on the sand hills and one down to the Lake Qensva: settlement AND EXPANDABLES
on the flat woods. last week'and found

Last Sunday there was afire everything well..,1 saw:acme LAKE GENEVA
.at D. L. Phillips. The fine strawberry patches''' ,land

rough grass which had not i saw some .lara'e'shipments
been burned for six years made. I'must not forget' to MOBILE 1 HOME

caught fire and old man D. L. mention Mr. John Knight's

called lustily for 'Help. Nine fine tangerine 'orange;' .tree SALESOne .. .. .'
persons' arrived at once and from which he picked 'Mind' County# Telegraph

the fire was put out before packed 12 boxes or orarigea.Mr. mile S.E. Keystone ''
any/serious damage was done. is hard
Knight a worker Heights Route 100.t t
<< on
Great interest is taken in and makes a good living.
our Sunday School. Let all do We saw our friend Fox OPEN SUNDAYS

their best to help. worth. He wore a smile It''_ Phone 473-4320

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They Said It We.Didn't. topic s \

Five of the seven members of' tees In how many other countiesfeel '
> .At1'LC. POlAfrEtt wft f
Gov. Claude Kirk's Gadsden County the same way. And certainly .
1enIoer,, -
"advisory committee" resignedand they just cause. I."

Issued an open letter l last Sat. Many in the Republican Party .)'iften hundred alcoholicsat Jects of the study on the pos

urday accusing their .erstwhile"white regard Rockefeller as virtually a a ) r a New York medical center Bible ,{relationship of alcohol

hope" of the conservativesof traitor to their cause. One such are soon to be the .subject of and" oral cancer will not be

betraying their cause. spokesman said in a recent let- a study to find out If heavy just' -"down-and-out. winos off
drinking causes cancer of the skid row," but rather a broad
The straw that broke the camel'sback ter:
'mouth' and vocal cords.
"I t is hard for him (Rockefeller representation including successful -
was Kirk's endorsement of -
4r: Dr. James R. Kimmey Jr professional people.
ultra liberal New York Gov. Nel- ) to pass himself off to the na- of U.. S i Public Health Service This is an extreme necessity

son A Rockefeller for the GOP tion at large as a Republican. He which la sponsoring the study in any study involving alco-

presidential nomination: ) in pref- never sounds like one. He never ;r says. "We have a lot of clinical holics, for the simple reason

erence to cortaervlitlves-\ '' Richard takes the orthodox Republican po- ,, impression and some other that- only a. minute segment jof

Nixon or Ronald Reagan. sition on issues and in the 960 reports that. lead tothe problem drinkers are of the

The chairman of" the Gadsden and 1964 presidential campaign he : .. ; Fd drinking strong suspicion contributes that to heavy oral skid row Alcoholic variety.Rehabilitation In fact, Florida .. -

County committee said that Kirk betrayed his party.
'Program .
says that, contrary
ran on a conserVatIve'' platform "In 1960,he demanded a repug- : ''However, although alcohol-, to. popular opinion skid row

and talked like a conservative dur- nant liberal platform as the price MOORE 'Ics are known, to have an abnormally types account for only five to
ing his campaign and' early days for his 'support' of the Nixon- ,high rate of oral ten per cent of the alcoholics

In office, but "in my' opinion Mr. Lodge ticket and as a result of cancer, .It may'not be the In Florida.

Kirk Is just out for Mr. Kirk." his negative efforts in behalf of Alcohol alone that la the, Alcoholism is noted as being

Another member said that the his party New York was lost to cause.. Alcoholic_are.notorl- the fourth greatest health
oualy heavy smokers and have
group's hard work to''bund Kirk's the Democrats by 383,646 votes I poor The'object of problem In the United States

image ''as a conservative had "gone "In 1964 GoldWaiter won the Re- the study will be to determine and statistics say I It is well on

down the drain. .. publican nomination over, Rocket aria t to .what extent' these various its wayto becoming third in

The committee's acid letter list.ed feller's opposition but spoilsport factor stimulate the development Importance. Here in Florida

a number of grievances, and Rockefeller remained hostile. We of cancer :and pre-can- the situation Is the same.

noted that Kirk had hung an ,.ul- had the spectacle of the leader of cerous sores of the mouth and One of the first lines of de-

tra-liberal tag his Democratic the'largest and richest Republican voice box.Another. fense against alchholLsm is a
on v
1 ,+ well-informed public Florida
rT' U. 8. Public Health
opponent for Governor-the late 'state organization hostile to theparty's 't r Alcoholic Rehabilitation Pro-
k yYy a'i tM Service officer Dr.,. Richard
Robert King High-but had "turned presidential candidate. By 3 Hayes, the researchers gram has considerable litera-

around" and endorsed Rockefeller a huge and costly advertising cam- .. atop will says be :trying to find out ture on- all aspcctn of alco-

a man who "is so liberal he paign, he urged Republicans to "Welcome To Florida"FARMER'S what kind of, alcoholic beverages holism which is free to any-

would make the late Mayor High split their ballot to vote for John- may contribute to can one asking for it.

look like a staunch conservative.." son and Keating. As a result, the cer. He says there Is no information If you have a drinking prob-

"We supported you when .you party lost seven (Congressionalseats DIARYcreek as yet as to the possible ,lem or you know of someone

promised to bring economy to our as well as the Keating sena- THOMPSON effects j 1>f social' drinkingon who does, write today to
Florida government" the, letter torial seat. By these betrayals he While moat of the summer cancer. FARP's Information Services
flowers have wilted away from for instance, to keep a Jimmie N. Moore, son of Mr. However: information gathered Box 1147, Avon Park, Fla.,
to leader- '
to has lost right party
continued "yet you've
proven and heat there is constant water level here. And
the sun a and Mrs. Nelson Moore, and BO tar Indicates that 33825. :
be the biggest freewheeling ship on the national level. f riot of color provided: by crepe yet, not so long ago we heard William D. Thompson eon of anyone ,drinking more than There '180.000 alcoholicsIn
spender in Florida history. Yet this is the man that Gov- the i a lot of complaints that Water are;
myrtle, particularly deep- Mr. and Mrs William B. 8 54 ounces per day of alcohol Florida. The message of
"We belived you when you prom- ernor Kirk for reasons of pure red variety. TWa'' buaU requires Oak was flooding nearby land Thompson, all of Starke recently Is Increasing the arlsk. of getting the hour ;)1s. "Alcoholism la
ised there would be no new.taxes.yet political expediency-and his hopeof little or no care, and yet and that' It should be cleanedout completed basic train- .oral cancer. Treatable:") : You can help

you raised our taxes to a rec- becoming the vice presidential blooms'over 'a long period of so the water.' could. run off Ing at Lackland Air Force About .15.000 persona In the spread the by writing

ord high. You have' ,:..,betrayed us. ..nomineenow embrases and en the summer. An expert once h Base, San Antonio Texas. United States will contract for a free front license plate
( told that It should be 'of weather' gale Airman Moore will remainat
(You have betrayed'your' cause. dorses on every public occasion.No us cut Speaking cancer of mouth thla year, which will tell Floridianseverywhere
back will 'be next the .AIr Force
Above all, you have betrayed the wonder members of his drastically early every warnings flying Technical plus about 6.000 new cases of you go that there's
spring to produce !beat results., Monday, ibut instead of a tropi- Training Center for specialized
Gadsden cancer of. the vocal cords. help for the problem drinker.
of Florida. We want
people no partof County are ;
Overheard teat iweek-"What cal disturbance, it will be the schooling as a security police
you and those of your stripe." puzzled:! disillusioned, and dis did we ever do around here be- By Sam McGarvey' GOP Convention down at Miami man. Thompson has been assigned .It .was. stressed, that the sub-

So spoke five of thai; seven mem- gusted. No doubt they speak the fore we had air-conditioning" thunderous denunciation to the Air Force Tech- .

bers of Kirk's committee In Gads- sentients of many others who In' our case, .when -we lived In fall The first ,one 'held !hero of the Democrats will un nical Training' Center at Low-, 6gt.! 'Perkta served as a'supply Oa. 31905.: :

den County. We cannot help, but once took the Governor at his the old house which often gotas last year was a great. success\ doubtedly aet .the hot as the Inside of an oven, and present plans call for a re- ing. schooling as a special electronics -,
wonder ho many other:, ,commit- word. .. i over. He formerly resided In Mal -James A Peterson,
there'WWI always the porchor peat 'performance with perhaps e technician. Lansing, t Unfulfilled Promises? better .yet, the shade of a. an even 'bigger show. .Last yearit Of course, later In the month Both airmen are 1967 graduates -. of Col.! ,and Mrs J. W.
big oak tree in the front yard. ;was agreedthat the';event 1 the' 'Democrats will ,gather in of BradfordHlgh'School.! Seaman t Apprentice Samuel Chesaington of Keystone

Some things are Impossible for rated in the state' law was taken And it was always\ a lot cooler wan onE of .the moats popularof ,the Windy City of Chicago, and -' H. Eunice.;'11) USN.;son of :Mr. Heights, is a member of a unit
the layman to understand. One of almost verbatim from statutes in down in the woods, where old its kind ever held in Brad- when it comes to taMttng? up a kina Master Sgt. Cloyce' L. Per- and Mrs. James"H. --Eunice of that has, earned the U S. Air
Flnnegan- 'our, 'water pump, ford County. storm;.,the Democrats are right whose wife, Jeanette*' lathe ; .LawteyMsaerkhlg! aboantfhe0ufded' -''' Force Outsfondlrrg: Unit Award. '
the that have
these is the fact that with all, other jurisdictions been '" :>
''served,' '" .>,' .'. ," '> .. >" "daughterof Mr: EHluWOrlffls "
tonipemieatall aa. the 'lajssile ,21.&e.vy''croiaer
in"the running. So U looks a* An alrcraff: commander in
I i high-priced legal brains In the upheld by the U. S. Supreme Court. Have ,Tiad fresh of Lawtey recently received '
notion suited. him; you .any" if> ,the month of-'August will usa Bostort otto the -coast' of the 381st Tactical Electronic
1 country, no one has Vet been able Commenting on this turn of peaches yet this season? We make political news as a cur- the Air Force" Comment!,' Vietnam HW ship Is presently Warfare.'Squadron at Nha

obscenity events the Florida. Times-Union Along with the,, relief from got some inStarke last week tain-raiser ,to the' slam-bang datlon Medal during his re-. providing naval gunfire support Trang Air Base in Vietnam

t ( said "The traffic in publicationswhich the heat which alrcondttiolWngbrings and really enjoyed them, t+spe- general election coming in November tirement ceremonies at West-. to U. S. Marines and Al- MaJ. Peterson will wear the

court.In S pander to the most 'sordid .there, la the solution clally as a topping for a stackof over AFB Massachusetts. lied forces ashore. distinctive service ribbon to

the meanwhile f, some newsstands tastes and basest Instincts' a the bug problem which had us pancakes. We were told that e A 20-year service vete'ran.. mark his affliction with the
"bugged" badly. Back then, the supply will last only a'few lat Lt. Ham: Loper, son
in /Starke: a* elsewhere in cause of growing and justifiable To ,us, the national political unit.The
had to -have the windows !weeks were going to of and Bennie
more eo Mr. Mrs. Loper
you squadron operates spec
the State and nation reek with alarm among all respectable per- conventions are one of the big- son-Liake that Monday.A .
open, but screening did not get them while we run.S of Route 1, Starke has completed ially-equipped C47 Skytralns
material that would make even a sons who have had occasion to be- keep tiny 'bugs-,the "no-see- SC gest shows on 'earth. We still revival at Pleasant Hope a 16-week I.helicopter; to provide reconnaissance data

person with a strong stomach gag. come aware of the kind of filth ems"-which were drawn by In this period of heavy rains remember the famous one Church was conducted by Rev. pilot course at the Army Primary for all Free World forces In
which was Walter -
many years ago, Sa-pp. On the
It was distressing to many that is now being widely circu- your reading light, and it was drainage continues ''to be prob- deadlocked for\ mo ,long whenat annual meeting of Sunday''the church Helicopter School, Fort Vietnam. .:
when two Duval County Circuit lated." next to impossible' to read with lem, especially 'In some sec Welters, Texas. During the
the start! 'of each roll call was held with dinner on the
Court judges recently held in effect From time to time offending scores of bugs crawling over tions. In that connection, we vote you heard. delegate 'pro- grounds.,, course he was'trained to fly NEW CORPORATION
that : Jaw you and taking nip row\ and heard the view expressed last Army helicopters -and learnedto CHARTERED HERE
Florida'sobscenity[ newsstand operators have prom- clam. "Alabama cants her vote Master Pete Roberts of The- .
; then at'a' tender spot. week that the county la getting use them In tactical maneuvers Secretary of State Tom Adams
is unconstttutional Their rulings ised a local committee that such forpacar-E. Underwood. reuse Melted this grandparents,
over-drained and that the time has announced the chart-
be to higher Mr. and Mrs.. 'W. oIL (Roberta .
will appealed courts material would be removed if -
We bear there :is going to be will come when we'll have to Lt. Loper will'now'take ad- ering of the following new cor-
and we can still hope that some- found objectionable and offensive another .Calf Scramble this dam up portions of Water Oak of (Lake City. vanced flight training at the poration: Pine Level Baptist:
where along the line a court will to our community. In spite of this ; The Thomas family held a Army Aviation School: Fort Church. Inc.. Starke. Filed

give us a weapon with which to much of it still remains--avail- 25Years Ago reunion J5unday>i Those presentwere Pucker 'Ah .' : July 24, 1968 by Chesley V.
: );[1'. and Mrs. Lee Bur* '
combat a sinister' force 'that able apparently to boys and girls holts of Hampton; Blbert: Britt ,- Morton, 604 S. E. 6th Ave.,

threatens to undermine the'morals of any age as well as adults. NEWS And NQTES. ...' !9ByriVlbe'McGarvey'; of Lake 'Geneva, and':MrM and Pvt. .Jo eph B.Starting; son Fort 'Lauderdale. Fla. Subscribers
of L. Starlingof
Mr. and Mrs. V. : Dr. E. R. Bowers
of the nation. Some day perhaps, our lawma uJ-. < -*'-- '" Mrs. J. Ct Sharp'and daughter
y.# i'.1 Lawtey.: ; Is taking\ basic Myrick and J. R Bullington,
Shrewd attorneys defending' kera will be able'to"give"Vs a'defi- For 'Today's Homemaker Dola, Lee'of'> Mlddleburg.i, I training at Fort Kenning Oa. all of Starke.
those who traffic in of that will stand About one half of the 1943 -
such vile material nition obscenity and would appreciate hearing
argue that the Florida law up in court. Until then, we must By Martha Sue McCain Starke'''population. (had come to J.:;C. Wynn of Sampson City from friends. at the following
the area-as the-result of -the
deprives them of their constitu rely on the public to use good judge Extension of Blandlng Was 'honored..with a -birthdayparty address: Pvt. Joseph E. Star EZERASE TYPEWRITER:
County building Camp Bond
to celebrate his
60th anniversary. PAPER Mimeo Paper
tional definition ment and refuse to ling.: RA-67098148 Co. C 2nd
rights the buy such
because ma- some ae army personnel, others .'11I1'1'11.-'
Home Economics Agent All of i the membersof Infantry Paper. Notebook
t' Bn., 'lat Brigade USATC, -
of is and terial and take it into their homes. '
obscenity so vague as owners or employees ot: the church were invited 'to and Plt Fort Bennlng. Bradford County Telegraph.of .
indefinite that it provides no true No newsstand operator would con- businesses serving the camp.' dinner .for. the .occasion': .

standards. This, in spite of the tinue to stock it if the public re- However, other business

fact that the definition incorpo- fused to buy it. FRENCH FRY RECIPES TEEN'S PIZZA POTATOESPlan .leaders were natives of this section Mr. and Mrs. George Kope-
The numoer one vegetableon a Party in the Kitchen. ; or had come here before lousos bought ,the Edwin L.

t We Second The Motion! the market today la. frozen Two one -pound packages Blanding for quite different William homo on the corner
potato products. They are nu- frozen French .fries! : two. 8- .reasons. For instance, L. A. of Church! : and .Washington '''

The Telegraph has long felt that' farm so I use the pastures.) I just trious and easy to use In menu ounce packages'sliced Mozzarella Davis came" because he wanted Streets.Mr. .

today's youth who assume the cur- lie down and think about people planning.' And,best of all, they cheese; one 8-otince can ,his little daughter to have Kopelouiros was a part
are good. Frozen potato products seasoned tomato sauce;, Sal- the advantage the "Ooad ner of Nick ..Stavrlanoa the
rent "hippie" philosophy are some- and what 1 can do for them and
contain amounts of ami. Pepperoni!, smoked or .school" in Starke. Mr. Davis Park Cafe' on South 'Walnut
what misguided. It has seemed to how I have behaved toward them. Vitamin C, B Vitamins, cal cooked sausage. cut up; Ore: had owned a sawmill at' Cran- .St.- He ,;and 'his; wife, Stella.

us that better ways could be found "The 'drug' I use Is fresh air. 1 cium and minerals. Serve frozen gano or chill powder. dall in'Nassau. County but decided came Starke.three years ago'

for teenagers to "find" themselvesthan inhale as deeply as I can and all fries, potato rounds hash Arrange frozen fries in sin- that he wanted to farm. when he and his partner purl r

through long hair a dirty' at once the world seems much brorvns puffs, stuffed, bakedor gle layer in IS x 10-inch pan. He bought 100 acres near town chased the1 l mite from TItUs! .'.
slouchy appearance and becoming brighter. Then 1 remind myself to rissole for meals or snack Top with layers'of Mozzarelll and, in 1924, went into the Olsen. '

"flower children: smile more often because when 1 time. Try some) of the fOllow- cheese) tomato' sauce and' lumber Ibu lne sWith J. T. -

An Oregon teenager writing to smile I; find that people smile backto ing recipes for adding versl- meat. Season with( oregano or Qulgleywho, had remodelledhis With Our Men\ In Service
11ty to your summer m au. chill powder Bake at 430- -degrees J home here ((1943))
"Dear Abby has expressed it as me. ZIPPY DIP'Dipping good for 14 to 20 minutes. Cut brothers J. C. Mrs Skolnik In New York City
The. Hoover ,
well as anybody could hope to In "Before I started taking thesetrips' for crispy hot fries. immed- '
w Into squares; serve and C." P: !toad travelled alt Pvt. David Skolnik will meet .
a recent column written by. syn.. 1 was very small and selfish 1 pint sourcream, onehalfcup iately. 6 to 8 servings. over Florida with- >their port' while he to on a 15-lay fur By,Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine

dicated columnist 'Abigail Van person. 1 thought only of my pizza flavored catsup one- DQES TWO EQUAL ONE? able photographic equipmentand lough. They will :then both goo '
Kuren: :. r.; \ self. Now 1 think of others. Maybeif half cup finely chopped green This la not a riddle, but a a portable house. That was to Fort Sill, Okla., which. Is J his FUNDAMENTAL RULES way Is ''called "privileged"but

"DEAR!: ABB: : 1 am a teenager a few hippies would try this onions and tops 1 teaspoon reality that applies to two egg before the advent of the house .new station assignment.Pvt. SIMPLIFY SAFETY has the obligation to

land 1 am writing this -letter be- new; 'drug' they would learn to horseradish, 2, drops Tabasco yolks substituting for one trailer; as we know; )t today.. .Robert Myrlck spent Confused by, detailed boa maintain course and speed.
sauce. whole in recipes you fre- 'Starke" several days in the Pine Level i'Irig'rulea' that. may differ from The vessel not having tho
egg found "a.
cause 1 have something to say.. love the world better and wouldn'twant They very
Frozen French'Frie*- Com- quently use. such as those for progressive town" and decidedto section with friends and rela one part of the country to the right of ;way Is "burdened"and
love to "take trips" to find my real to escape from it. Sincerely bine all ingredients. Chill and scrambled eggs, custard pan- settle here Joe Hoover said tives. He to stationed'at' Jack-! next? A 'Uttlq common sense must take necessary action -
self 1 don't use drugs or LSD: but yours Karyn Ed West Linn Ore- to avoid the possibility of
serve as dip for. French fried cakes, breaks, simple cookies, that- cotton and strawberries: : eon. Miss. in boating arid.a knowledge of'
what 1 use is just as effective. gon.Abby" crinkle-cuts it potato rounds. and cakes. produced wonderful crops'' in ,CpU outs> S..Bmdtts ofJ.von I the fundamental of the collision by turning slowing.

"When 1 feel low or disgustedwith saw no reason to answer NOTE: Serve potatoes with While eggs are plentiful, why those dayt and that Starke "was Park Air field Is spending a road can be applied almost stopping:, reversing.

something or somebdy 1 that letter, land neither do we. It hickory flavor catsup; Its a not consider new ways to use a very pretty town, also. They 15-day: furlough with J his I mother everywhere according to the Sailboats are always privileged

"take a trip" by going to. some speaks for itself. dip to use right. from the bot- leftover. eggs? Here are a few built their 'photographic studio Mrs. li, C.' Smith, of, Gra >"Evinrude News Service. over power boats exceptin
quiet secluded spot. ((1 J live on a tle.PARTY suggestions from USDA's Agricultural in 1908. The Hoover family had ham': The basic rule to remember a rare situation when they
PICKUPS Perfect Research Service: frst settled in Lake City,;com This was old'fashioned hospitality la that a vessel approaching are overtaking boats under
snacks for the crowd. HAM'N Use raw egg. yolks in: ing from Cedar Rapids :Iowa -when Boots and. Nel you from 'any 'point, dead power. Fishing boats whether
son' Green: entertained with ,. ahead to within a ninety' degree anchored or underway have
CHEESE DIP: one-half can baked custard cakes, cookies, when the boys were youngsters..
oR1Gq The Bradford County Telegraph cheese soup; one 4% ounce can quick breads homemade noodles Social! Events of IMS chicken pilau supper cooked In angle coming from the the right of way.

ESTABLISHED 1879 deviled ham one-half tea- Mock Hollandaise sauce The nodal news of"the Pine a big syrup kettle. right has the right of way. A good rule to remember
spoon minced onion, dash of scrambled eggs, meat loaf and 'Level section of the county was The feast was in honor of When two boats approach when .approaching larger vessels
= 1n E. L. MATI'HEWS Editor and Publisher bottled hot sauce.MUSTARD meat'ba1I8. written for many years by Mra. Sgt. and :iMrs.: (plot' Green) head on. each should steer to such as freighters la thatyou'may *
Rese.ffllghi: hen and more than the or'starboard side. technically be pri&
CREAM DIP -Use raw egg whites in:, Hj-lI: .McRa*."'In'July of .that right -
0 O Florida' Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published Contlnoosly One-half cup sour cream one- cakes, cookies, breads, meringue y.a.-*.h. reported that the 25: cups of. rice' went: into the When one i boat la OV irtsking vileged.In .
; Under The Same Masthead. fourth cup prepared mustard. souffles omelets extra young people of PIne LevelJOhlUrch. pot along -with the poper sea another, he must keep clear'of any emergency It Is the
74 2 teaspoons:'dill,weed, one- whites), fluffy. sauces and .. enjoyed an tea cream aonlnga, and k after the JO the slower-moving boat duty of the boatman to stand
"' + served there'''was'IItIIl has the of :. all
fourth teaspoon salt. puddings. i guestswere which right way. by.and, reader possible as-
the of-Neal'
and entered at the Post Office supperat home '
Published each Thursday aa Second Class Matter
l left:'lAl o'featrired' leaving dock have and
Combine all ingredients for -Use hard-cooked eggs or plenty Boats the .. Common eense
at Starke. Florida under Act of March 3rd, 1879. each dip and spoon Into separate yolks in: raMeroles, egg sauce, Crosby were Katie Bell (Green) Wim- no right of way until they are boating courtesy should prevail -
Subscription In trade area: 1 year, $4.CO; 6 month $2.80 bowls. Serve hot French garnish salads, and.sandwich Many people of the same sec ''berlys famous cucumber ptok In open water. in all situations.

Outid trade area: 1 year, f 3.00; A months, 12.73 fries. spreads. tion held a fish try at Samp- iea. ___ _,_ ._ The vessel having the right

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NOTICE! r er Meeting Thursday .6. p. m.. and Mrs. C R. Mozlngoy ,Mic visited the family.

Colored Citizens Dell Chapter 168 will meet Junior, Choir rehearsal Friday ky and Barbara.. ,bra::'J '
tonight (Thursday at 8 p. .' 8 p.'m.'i: All members are Pats of St. Stevens,8'; C. and Mrs. Arthur Green gave a I II

New m. In the, ,,Masonic Hall on asked to be present. The ,tMrt. Gregory Carteret.! N. >J. birthday, party for her Available To Tree Farmers I Serving: Florida
.; Brownlee' St Junior Choir ',,wit sing fox Staying for a week's: : visit' ire daughter, Tracy, on her first Since 1950
HEAD START NEWS services all day :.Sunday.; the F. D. Camp's Mrs.:.CVR, 'birthday anniversary. The Forestry assistance to the forester contact him now. O7wii' a.-"g : 3 ; ffntk
Head Start students will The Senior.Choir of Ebene!: MozinBo. and', Mrs. Gregory. three ,Uered cake was decorated private landowners of the I Bell can be contacted at the ., ce1M .

': RECREATION NEWS / I experience another Held trip zer will be the guest choir. on Sofka. wlth pink roses and County Is available through Florida Forest Eervlce P. O 7/Yr! r -- ....... .,..............
All boys 13 to 17 who are to Carlton (Dairy in Haw the Women's Day: program At Mrs. Joyce' Putch with ,topped: with one candle. Re County Forester Tommy Bell, Box 638 Starke Florida 32091. -
planning to go out' for .the thorne this week. The pro-I Greater Allan Chapel AME :Miss Mary Julia ,Futch and freshments were served to who serves Clay and Bradford

Reno Recreation ,Basketball' gram will close Church. ''August 11 at 3 p m. Mr; and'Mrs. John ',W111ck'Of the gueste.! who Included the counties.If Mrs. Carolyn Cordially
Team are notified 'hat there with graduation. exercises 9'1 Greater'' Free Will Baptist t Tallahassee;
will be an Instructional ses !..for ,Thursday;' .Aug. 8. 'at 8 p, Church Rev, Lewis McKay Futch family of'Starke spent and Mrs. W. H. Green, maternal er or tree farmer and have 1AM BIIAUPOHU> FOH COCVrY, Eaves Welcomes

lion August 8 through 19. m.1 All parents are Invited to :pastor. Monday. Choir No. '3 last week with Ralph and grandparents< Mr. and forestry problems such as,''In F1.OHIUA Representative J

These sessions wlH consist' of attend. The busses will run. and Usher Board No. 2 will Terry Futch and families In Mrs..Joe Dorko, great grand- what should be done to In-, SAMUEL re-' Estate, J. T.of Grady,, a-I<-a Ph. 964-5812 'You and Your
ball control drib &Ing rules CHURCH NEWS meet. Tuesday night, Choir the mountains of North:Car mothor Mrs Ernest Wells crease the growth of timber: KKV 8. J. OKADY. clereamd.. .
122 N. St to YourNevr
Bay family
of the game sklH practice does it need cutting now OF rilOU.AI'I'J'
Ebenezer Baptist Church- No. 1 meets. Wednesday olina. Mr. and Mrs Alvin B. Howard are The state, of Flurlda to all
etc. You may register at, the Mr. and Mrs. O J. Anders Jr. : i you receiving the maximum paraona Interenttd In Starke Ilonx
Sunday School. 10 a, m. night Prayer Meeting Thursday :Rev and Mrs. Donald the estate
Reno Recreation Center from Morning, Worship at 11. '' night.' Story Hour at the attended the Swllly,. ..family Denton and children return from your woodland or of You Hald are decedent horeiijr: notified that

4 to 6:30: p. m. dally.' Evening Service) 0:30.: Pray- church, and Ladles Circle. reunion at Hart Springs on I Mrs. Frank Brown and chil- any other related problems a written Infvtriiinent purporting The State of FloridaIt
r r'l Friday. night. Prayer "Band. Sunday.Mr. dren Mr and Mrs George you need contact: your local Testament. to be of the said lust Will and
decedent him
-' Saturday night, chicken din- ; and :MOs SpurgeonMasey { ,,Ragan, and Mr. and Mrs. county forester for assistance. been admitted to probate in Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome: and
ners sold from the kitchen. .Mr. and Mrs:: : 'Gary' H E. Priest and Lamar. The county forester works Mild' Court.
You To You With Your
are hereby Acquaint City.If .
GAINESVILLE Sunday School. 9:30: a. m. Bennett and Mr. and .:Mr" CHURCH ACTIVITIES with the landowner to In- within alx calendar commanded month.
Morning Worship; '11 a.. m. R. L. Bradley attended the Orace Methodist Sunday crease his woodland productivity from the date of the, fIrst pu bIIc..Uon
YPOU 4 wedding Miss! Janice Vln- School and thereby Increase of title notice to ap aro new In the area, a
I. p. m,, Evening Ser- 943.; Worship 11 a. '.pear In Bald Court and allow" you phone
vice 8 p. m. zant to James Dear!.,Bradley m. .apd 7:30: p. m.. Training profits. When the county for-. i-aua.. If any. you ciui, why the ; ';
ester examines the action of mild Court 'In admitting call will bring a prompt' visit
The' annual Woman's Day at the home of ,her' sister in Union 6:30: p. m. Choir prac- landowner's' laid Will/ to probate should< you )

Business Directory program .was. -a success last Gainesville on '1'rtdaztJyly tice' :Wednesday 7:30: p. m, woodland he recommends I not stand unrevoked. from local hostess. Pieasegbp!
\ Vacation which areas are best 1 Theron A. Yawn your .
Sunday The pastor..), officers, 19., .. Bible School will suited COU.TYJtroaw
.. and Members u are, grateful to Mr. and. Mrs.. Maine (riff begin Monday, Aug. 5, 8 p. m for tree planting which need First pnhlliiulon! cm the 26th her a call! She has maps and many
timber of '
AUTO SALES MEN'S WEAR everyone who helped make !is and sons and Mr. and First Baptist Sunday stand improvement, July A. Will D I'XIII.e. Bulb

.. this affair. euc es.. Mrs: Virgil Orlffis, and :'ft+m- ,.School 9:45:<< a. m., Worship which stands are ready for Attorney free and wonderful gifts for yon
-. BRASINGTONOADILI.AOOLDSMU Greater Allen Chapel AME fly of Palatka werevialUng'' :'11 A.' m. and 7:30: for harvest or which stands Thomas A: Fierce
pm., Attorney from local businesses.
". aH.m STAG 'N .DRAG Church. Rev U A. Sampson Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson.Mrs.> Training Union 6:30: p. m., should be left as they are P. O. Drawer 1030 .
pastor. 'Prldayrnight, Love Daisy BocH and Lynn during Midweek "services The county forester can suggest :Stnrke. Fla.
BALES a Wednesday 7-25 .
..' Vine Selection Stanley Blacker Owata. Feast' meeting's' D.' m. sun- the weekend: '' .T. .'7:30: p. m. i ,improvements' which may 4t t-le "J
of Used Oars '' : !
Taken On CadlHan Trade Arrow Dress Bblrta day,School, 10
2001 N.W. 18th Ph. 378-8301 1 l .. Purltaa ,Sweater.. '' ,, / ser SundaV wthAtb, : ( School 9:45: a m. Worship 11 manta under the Agricultural .
.. Peters Jacket vice. 6 'p. in. Holy, ''Communion parents, Mr, and Mrs' A. 'D.Oobbs. a. m. and 7:30 p. m., YPE: Conservation Program or he
ladle SportswoM: at 9 au service. Visit- / 7:30 may help the landowner qualIfy .
s r CRANE p. ; -VHU; :1 '1/. i n- "Wednesday : p. m. .
V UNPOLW-MKRCURT 2'Stores 18 W. UnlversltJ ors always welcome. Mn.- Selma Norton ,Nancy, Highland Baptist Sun for a forest loan from the .. r No trays.. .no straws..,.
The annual Women's Day and Chuck and Mrs Selma, day School '0:45 Farmers Home Adminlstra- I >
and :
Authorized Galneavlllo Mall a. m., Wor.'ahip no but.
> Bale! tion.
'2201 >. A: Servfo program will 'be held 'at Eunice spent i ...the-weekend' 11 a. m. and 8 .. paper cups, ..
W Main p. m.,
372-4373 Greater Allen 'Chapel on with :Mr:"and .1t&s.i''Tpra":seri ,''C iolr practice 7 p. m. Pray Other assistance prodded IJ .
: Crane MOBILE HOMES'' August 11.. starting with Sun- ry and family In Atlanta and er Meeting Wednesday 8 p. m. by the county forester include
:Volvo HO Austin \ day .School. The morning Jimmie' Eunice In., ''Decatur'j Visiting Mrs. Hester Hick'*'forest timber marking assistance., ENE-Id :. ';::4
Heals ..
Chuck drlio for management
speaker will be Miss Alice the week were her son- plans ." '
606 E. University Gainesville MUSTANG' '. Turner of Lawtey. The 3 p. visiting the Berries, returned :, in-law and daughter, Mr. marketing; assistance and ,'.

Phone 372-4251 m..IIJeaker',be. Mrs. Shar- home with his mother.\ ,. : and Mrs Bill Wolfe and many other types of forestry '.J 01).

:Tteaaty Academy Mobile Home; .Inc. ry Wlngate of Gainesville. On Monday evenlng'of ol:,last three sons, and a friend, assistance' I"'" '
Theme for'the 'day: "All weeK! MI's..r: ; C. Tye and Pam Eddie Brunt, of Wilmington/ Although the county forester
POWELL'S' Gatae.vule'. Dtooount ....... growth that is not toward attended the 'bridal -shower Del..;They also 'visited Mr. will not make timber or land

Home Bah. Lot.'' God'la growing, to:decay."-. for :Miss Teresa Thornton In and Mrs. Glenn Shuford and appraisals. 'he can provide the

Beauty Academy O MacDonald:' the Sky Room Of .the Independent children, names of those who do, as
Lara a Profession In Tour' NEW MOON PAFELLA i Pleasant Grove. Methodist Life'. Bglldg} Jack- .Joe- Shuford of St Augur- well as names of landclenrlng I C
'Bpwra Time. Full or Part Time As law as $100 down..; I, Church\ Rev.; 'H."'FV > Hudson isonvflJe. On ,Saturday'Mr; ; tlne) and George Shuford or tree planting contractors. '

819 N.W. 10th S78-27OT 4820 N.W. 13th 878-1S49, pastor.. Sunday School 10 a. and Mrs. Tye and.Pem.were 'were "visiting relatives In For large areas of woodland I

m. Morning Worship at 11 present at the 'wedding: I ,of ,Virglna, durng the week. he can recommend the land-i 4 I It

'ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC' Evening Service 4';' p.m.. Miss Teresa 'Thornton and Mr.:and. Mrs. J. C. Knight owner to consulting or Indus ..,., ..

PAINT & CLASS Mt. Pisgah AME; Church Dannie Starling, at"Harl.s'vtne' and sons. James''and Andrew, trial If fores tere.; '. : :
Rev. ;George .Young pastor., Baptist Church In 'Jackson pent the weekend camping you are In need of forest- i ( ':
Motor Repair Co. Sunday School 10 a. m. ville. I i, at; Daytona Beach. try assistance and desire the ; ( r/' 5:1 f ; ;
) Uddell Paint &: Morning Worship at 11. Mrs. Joyce Futch was/ Of GmlutmvWe;
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!Reparlng-Rewlndiq! Glass Co. .Evening..service: 6p. m. Monday afternoon- gHKh*?T'\-*il .. .v./, Y.Y..VVy t l---: t
Rev. and Mrs."Edgar(Wilkinson '. ) !
New and Used I ....................., In HOllister: Bavfess guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. E t S :
2818 N.W. 16th Ph. 872-8318 : Mr. and Mrs. .R.'Jevare Hiwav Crosby and Mrs. J. L. Johns A "drive-In" that's free and fun ::: .. :.; '
GIaM MIrron Pesw .
Farm and Industrial Tub 'EnelOIUrorShoerer'DeertiFurniture .'0 L ; T'Vacation. "and, famUy;;and'Mrs.; ( ,, ,John By tin. Mr, and Mrs. Freeman" and the most comfortable way to '

Equipment AWiE Adkins spent' last.week with O. E. Oro.br.AA. : Crosby were transacting bank quickly. .. on your way to ''c
Tops-Window Mr. Devore's relatives In Atlanta .. A AAA& A in Jacksonville 'work "
the kIds'
AAA..AA shopping, or carting .f ,
Wlndowv-Awntnc Tuesday I
Santa Fe Tractor By Eos* BlaneliarC and spent--a. at
118 N. W. 16th .. 8728191 .... StJ}e Mountain cllmbtBg'and: .'oJIappy'. ,birthday to Mrs. Sympathy Is. extended. to : I to swimming; and you can bank ,:.J

.Farm Tractors FORD'* .- ,' A AAA AAAA AA.&AAA&.. enjoying the* scenery and Bernice Kelly and Mrs. Wan Mrs. Eleanor' Lyons In the i'. "just as you are"f
: Implements da Crews. loss I
w USED EQUIPMENT Bible' School began another day .at Six.. '.Flags bf her mother this week ;
''MACHINES' Morday'July29." and Over Georgia.\ ,.' \ Mr.',and Mrs T.:' N. Norman Mr. and Mrs. \ I
,SALES PART SERVICS! J SEWING '' ',Mr- ., Fred Broad-
4489 N.W. 6th ::*S-2S48 . will: continue. i through' Friday.' Mr..and-Mrs.'L:; : ,M. McC ei-; ,and Mr.and Mrs Eldon Sapp well and children of Jackson DRIVE-IN BANK AT OUR :. )
9 t lan were* visiting their-" and Mrs Rudy villa were
r 'T I'National"Siwm. August 7:30: ,eaqh evening .- : ton Sapp recent guests of
GARDEN SUPPLIES "',*, *< !a and daughter-in-law.: Mr. and children were supper the L. A. Crosby 1 DRIVE-IN TELLER WINDOW I: t

,Weekend guests of! Mr. and and :Mrs: Ronnie tMjcCl l lIar: 'guests: of: the-Joe Sapps In Miss' Sue Crosby :; \

Johnson & Fans, Inc. Machine Co.; brie I :Mrs. o. E..Pearson-. and :Mr. and children,, in Sylvanla,. Oa.: ''Jacksonville Rev Saturday night.. ..ing this week with her Is spend I

Complete Line 'of r- .' I"and'Mrs.; Tom iTatum Jr. fora 'Mr.- and Mrs. L.. C'Hilliard"Dyrl iros and and Mrs. M. D. Mede- er-in-law and sister Mr broth

SEEDS-PLANTS,....; 4 Pfaff -New Home-'Nola. I. reunion of .Mr.: Pearson' and Susie. ,were In Lake-, daughters returned ,Mrs. Bill Taylor and ,
in Oa'lnes
Insecticide* Pet SuppliesYERmuER14 "U."ed' and Repoeeessed'Sale.1teptttr. "* family were.Mr,., and I Mrs. lend 'S nday 'visiting11'''I*'1 $acton unday 'after two weeks vac vine DrA
Hllliard's mother,"" Mrs.. with Mr. and Mrs. 'FL.ORI I
: Bill Gamp Mark.. and Lisaof C.rll Mrs Pete
AU Make. Hllllard. and Claud HUlIardand'famlly' in Los Angeles. Calif Parrish and chil
OWe Rent Fertilizer Spreader.' Rldgeorest,. Calif'Mr.: and Mrs. en, of Linden ,
"" with "whonaj, .l!., Marie Bllxson: of and Mrs
Mrs. Ed Debbie and Jake .
224 N.W. 8th Ph. 872-0476 '611"W.1 2 triuverslty; 878-1SU, Camp; Gainesville Parrish and .

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Mr. ,
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Paula and.-JamwHllllard Kenneth Ellxaon Tuesday J

who were 'visiting night:' PAYROLL ENVELOPES Member Federal Deposit insurance Corp.

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\( ; :OJnpl13.,1..space satins last Friday." They took and Mr and Mrs. Sherman Bradford County Telegraph.

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Keystone Hines Albert Louis McMickle 83, NEWS NOTES Services Held '-

ot Park-of-the-Palms Key- ; B7 Helen Eisa At Keystone

By JIM FOX stone Heights, died Monday 9R0

Please Phone In Your Items 473-4148 in Alachua General Hospital, Harold D. Scales, 38 01
Gainesville He was a retired FELLOWSHIP CLUB Keystone Heights, WU pro-

.. POStal clerk and a member of The August 8 Club lunch- flounced dead on arrival at

the Plymouth Bretheren eon meeting will be held at'' Bradford County Hospital
INVASION FROM MARS I at the Municipal Building.
'I ling Church. Gold Head State Park,. with Thursday July 25. following a
The men from MARS again Play begins promptly at 7:30: .
Mr members and friends heart attack
McMickle retired from prOvid- while at work In
Invaded Keystone Helshts last Results from last week'iplay ,
the postal service in New ing the usual covered dish, Scales grocery store .t Keystone -
Saturday and Sunday for their were most amusing to thE t
York State last January, and and own table service. Mrs. .
annual plcn1c-meetlnll. There It is
regular participants a
I IL moved to the Keystone area. Ethel ''Weyman, President Mr. Scales was born In Mo-
were over liS visitors present well known fact that Mayo)L _
Surviving are his widow, will have the assistance of neasen, Pa. on Jan. U, 193D,
including the 8-week old baby and Mrs. Ray Starnes haVE
Martha Roberts McMickle, of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hanson, and wu the son of the late
of Mr. and O L. Joiner been In
Mrs. first place more than I
Keystone Heights; one son, and 2nd Vice President, Mrs. Walter R. and Mary Cunes
of Alachua. once however It is unheard of
Albert L. McMickle; and one William Beam Sr", on soconiodations. Scales. He was a member of
The businesa meeting Wall for them to receive the "b0o- the Episcopal
granddaughter Anyone needing Church, and
held at 1 p. m. Sunday In the by" prize I It is even more lronic Funeral serVices were held transportation may call any the Moose and Elks Lodges of ."
Masonic Hall with Bill Wells when learn that their .
you at 10 a. m Thursday in Jones 'of the above named officers. Gainesv1l1e. -_ > -
YMCA Receives
.Galnesvllle Master of Rotary Club Check
of as son and daughter-In-I who Surviving are
Memorial Chapel at Keystone COMMUNITY CHURCh one brother
Ceremonies. Wade L. NelmS, have tried on many.occaalonsto I Heights. Interment will As Thanks For Swimming Help The Bazaar Committee Is W. A. (Still Scales, of Key-
director of ThIrd Army Military defeat their respected eld- follow stone; and two sisters Mrs.
in the Keystone endeavoring to have more Little
Afflllate Radio System ers, took first place honors I Heights Cemetery under di.rection MIke Hillegass, Y\ICA: waterfront director (center) .nel members and their Mends Mary Jeanne Drew, Fernan- League
[MARSJ, from Atlanta, Ga., Now that the Junior Starnes Pierce Long ) dma Beach; and Mrs. Bonna
of DeWitt' C, Jones (right camp director at Camp Immokalo attend the WedneSday WOrk-
brought the uptodateon have returned to their home
group Funeral Home. are pictured receIvIng a check from Yoi. James Chet""ngtoll, shop meetings starting at 10 Newton, Punta Gorda.Jl'uner .
present MARS policies and in Pensacola, we can only hope
*l services
were held Winners
a m and enjoy the
presIdent of the fellowship Trophy
Keystone Rotary Club, 811 a small
discussed future plans for that the senior Starnes have repay. at 'the noon sandwich lunch at 3 p m. Monday In the Oswltt -
member.. Third Army MARS a change of luck. clpants are all to be Congra- Rent for the fine In8t..uctfoQ and supervision provided by The committee provides the C Jones Chapel in Key-

is 'VerY progressive and has The scores 'posted for lastWeek's tulated for making this year's YMCA personnel dUring the recent swbnlng program., I bevera es. There Is need of stone Heights with ReV''.. l"redG. Little ,
Learrue President Elam Glisson, and the coach
been the leader In follows event most
establishing play were as : successful Yerkes officiating. inter- I
new polcles and procedures In first place with 9IW points HERE N' THERE .which materials and yarn from ment was in the Keystone Charlie McOla.ve. right) is Barry Wyman, Sr., were un-

the U. S. Mr. Nelme .stated Mra. Milton Starnes Jr., second On Saturday evening Hen articles.members create attractive -. Heights Cemetery shown presenting. the 1963 able to attend.

that there are approximatelY place with 7IW points, I Nelson Jr entertained friend, EASTERN STAR championship trophyto Joey I Team members attending
1.000 members in Third Army Mrs. O. Grollck and Mrs A. from Keystone Heights, Gain. Johnson one of the managers the party' were Gene Buffing-
MARS. all of whom are itcenme4 James; third place with 117 esville, amd, acksonville wltl Mrs. Paddy Gllrie Worthy is now able to walk a 'lIttle of the winning team -.The j ton Kevin Wyman, Frank

radio amateurs located in points, Mi. and Mrs. P'rem.ont a party at his home on Lakt Matron is of om Chapter 279. but is unable to aee. It, in the Volunteers sponsored by Bally, Terry Davis Ricky I

the seven southeastern states. Tolles. Geneva.Mr. arranging for the annual future, be 'Is j .able to travel the Keystone Heights Volun- I Hall, Jimmy 1Cuykendall

All of the members aft Ill- TID-BITS FROM and Mrs. Everett To, Robert Morris birthday party they plan to' bring hint to teen Fire Department. 'Eddie Akl'ldge, Dana Goetz-
the latter part of the month.It .
ated with MARS donate their TilE GOLF COURSE returned home Sa.turda Melrose to visit his friends. The presentation was. made man, Donald Ashton, DonnieTniest
time and equipment for government .. The following members of evening, after accompany will with be a covered'dlsh supper Mr.. and Mrs. Bobby Tison at a hamburger party for the Jimmy Akridge, Bruce

use, without recelvini r the Ladles Golf Association Ing their son. Rhett, to Char. to ,be time and date yet visited his parents, Mr and beam, after which the boy Bleasdale ana Eddie Dickin-
set. Robert Morris
any monetary g&ina. Mr. nave Improved their handicaps lesion, S. C. Lt. Fox.flew Founder of the was Mrs Dock TIson, last week. were given a' tour of the fire son.

Nelms went on to say that between -- during .July according to from Charleston to Panam8 Eastern Order of: Eddie Rothhanuner, who house. The other manapr

17.000 and 20,000 dIrect L handicap chairman, Vonelle for Jungle Training, prIor tcJ __ hear that Star the first We regret Worthy to !baa been- living- in -Ft. Worth, .

phonepatches are made each I Ketch: Vesta Aiken ((2 strokes his tour of duty in Vietnam, Matron. Beatrice Schroeder, Texas latives, nu been visiting re- . . . ....
in Melro e. He Is V'5yyyyyyvyyyvyyyvyvINDIAN esvtlle and Michael Howard
month betwen service men in ] : Velma Menzen 11strokel Buddy Garbet, son of Mrs has been now ,i
Vietnam and their families I ] ; Hilda Jackson (1 Herb Nelson left Friday for 1 quite 111. .7. Azzie staying with his grandpar-, and Cozette Kearce of Stark "

here in the united States,. stroke: Phyllis Hussey Ci Lackland Air Force Base,, Williams past patron fa improving ciliA Mr. and Mrs. Clyde BEACH Michael and Kozete will be '1
through the assistance oi r strokel : and Mqe Peterson El where he will complete basic Santa nicely at home on Wesley, In Gainesville.Mrs. marrIed August 8 Another '
MARS training in Fe Lake.PERSONALS : .7. T.. Green.has Just member of the HoWard famIly -
operators.Ed stroke] I It would seem that the Air Force (Lake i ...Ia Fe)
returned from -a two months Kathy Howard was married -
Croft of Pensacola Div some people play their best program.Mr. i- The C. H. Haberstrobs 87&& WctiaeI R 0Im7

trict vacation She visited her to Lloyd Crawford on .'
Director of Florida-I. golf In this hot weather I and Mrs. Robert Mor- [Jack
and Gladys] are enjoy- Rt.,4714171&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
daughter and family Mr. July 19. Good luck to all
spoke to the group and commended On Monday of this week gan and daughter, of Bay- you
Larry Fulstone of Pro Lea Stephenson was host town, Texas, returned home Visitors From England Enjoying Ing a, visit and'his of their two 8OJ18 William -and Mrs. W. G. Lang and Howards and In-laws.

.Jacksonville the out-going to the North Central Florida last weekend, after children children, In New orleans, La. Mn and Mrs. Torn Frazier
visiting Tour Of Florida Debbie and Chris, and Jack From there she went to Well hello there how you and children of
district director. Ed Hannum 21 Club which represents JunIor Mr and Mrs. Bill Morgan Highlights Haberstroh all Jacksonville
all of these
Williams- getting along days.
of Eau Ga11le. the district di- [ golfers from this area. Over and sons of Lake Geneva. Bangs, Texas to visit her sistar finished up a months vaca-
Touring Florida of port, Pa. .. Holly has be. Mrs. T. C. Regan and Sure has'been hot hasn't it,' 1.lon with Mrs.
rector of Florida-2, expressed 30 participants entered the Jackie Fox and Leslie Beam spots and other advantaees. :. I Mr.aDc Daryl
gratitude for the splendid c0- competition which will be left for Camp Interest for the past three An especially interesting spenamg me summer witt I tnen to Brownwood to visit heard that JWU .upto 103, Barrows and returned home
Immokalee last
operation in Florida MARS., finalized next week at Iron- weekend where they have weeks has been a pleasure feature of the visit is that it her grandparents, but wU:I her stepmother, Mrs. Jesn- degrees last ,SaturdaY, Otis Sunday. The children had
accepted return with her father, Bill, i Melton and ''I' were out riding
for three visitors from Shef- ette Brown and spent 8 their
A wood Golf and Country Club positions marked a reunion of Mrs. family, and I weeks with
. drawing Wall held after on, the staff.
and uncle Jack While here in the boat and both
,, got
r the meeting and won In Gainesville The boys have Mr. and Mrs. Veazy Walker field, England; houseguest8 Driscoll and her sister, who her brother,' Lang Thornton grandparents the Barrows'
at least two valuable everyone been plaYing together aU sum- and son of Jacksonville of Mr. and Mrs. Houston C. had not seen each other in the sons are assisting in L July 7 she attended the: rather. wen done., I imagine Mr. Frasier's sister and
prizes ,
some home improvement and I that he felt real good worknll
; -
Driscoll of Lakeview Drive 42 Thornton'' reunion brother-in-law, Joan and
surplus electronic equipment mer, and have had a wonderful were visiting with friends and years family IrI !
donated bv the MARS direct- opportunity to play on relatives over the weekend I and Peach Stl'eets. During their stay here, "the best of all everyone is pJoy.ins Coleman,.'rixas, and had I. Monday. "Didn't you Fred Relohet't of Indiana,
Pictured above at Busch Drlscolls swimming and boatlni_ chance ,toys&t with four. OtIS. J, were visiting' them during
ors and fellow MARS members many courses during this Mrs. Paul F. Holl and Son took their guests to I
Several : period. From the looks of the departed for their Gardens In Tampa are I from Busch Gardens, Cypress Gar- Many local people WeN I I bzuthers. i4 three 81.sterlaJ'ld p I We ad anotherbusy ,weelf, thpweek: Dot1e l Barrows and
gag prizes were awarded home in 'Mrs.
to Rev. and ,. and -
left I : Mrs. Drbcoll: happy greet their"f.milies.. The we bad a nice group att two
Mrs. friends 'oL
to scores posted, it would seem Pittsburgh Silver Springs, St. Lang p I Jacksonville
Ml' Nelms. who, by the this week, after J.. -
R.- Smith one 'dau hter people on.8und Monday
was11tltes -'- that members of the PGA Vacll'tronlng In Nellie MCGolrick, her sister: Augustine, Marlneland, Stephen returnecl' with her and are,t y. weTe- vl&Itingthe BalTOws' on
Keystone HeIghteso Keystone and
and son, who are vacationing aneI, Wednlllda7l'Mothel' vIs-
Mrs. Dorothy spending their vacation here Saturday
will be and Pulfrey, a Foster Memol'1al and
well that he spent some BOOn having some other places of attraction '
ood competition from their in South niece; and Mrs. Caroline pul- other attracLions. The visitors In Keystone at their summer They were Joined over the;; lied Mrs. Ida Whitehead Mrs. Dolph .ReddJsh and
tlmfl Saturday ooklng'' at local Florida.
real estate. -, "off-sprinR'S." Mr. and Mrs. Eul1e Rush- frey, Mrs. Dl'lscoll's sister-In- were greatly impressed home on Bedford Lake, the weekend ,by Dr. and Mrs, who ,Is.In the Medical', Center children of Stal'ke, spent

SWIMIUINO PROGRAM: ton of law with the friendliness and former home of the late George T. Singleton and with a cracked .pelvic bone. (Continued On Next Page 1
Herb Nelson, Sr,"who ha, Atlanta were recent The three visitors from Ralph Copeland. Rev Smith' family of Gainesville She was scheduled for Mon-
MOST SUCCESSFULPierce hospitality of all Americana ;
bee a MARS member for 13 guest of Eulle's parents. Mr. present pastorate is at Jef- day, on her legs plastic surgery -
England members -VIvian Williams of
Lon/f. YMCA Director and Mrs. are of Anglo they have met and were Ja.ckIOnvme -'
years and a licensed amateur / Lon Rushton. fersonville, Ga., where the ], She Is getting along
Relations Association an'' hhzh in praise of the beauty hu returned home i
since 1920. waS complimented at Camp Immokalee an- on Saturday evening, the organization which encour-I of Florida older daughter I.s married after spending two weeks i very well, aU things..consldered. KEYSTONE
nounced this
week that the
on a Job well don, host "early bird" arrivals for the .
to and
.as annual swimming lessons MARS ages visits with friends and They wIll leave Saturday resides wIth Mrs. Nettle Mann and Friday evening, A. B. and
the roup. meeting were entertained relatives In the U S of- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sipe MIllS Patty Cox. Katie Howard of Starke,
which are soonsored by the by I on their return trip to Eng-
and Lola
WOMAN'S CLUB NEWS Nel- returned from several weeks came down and cooled off
fer1nll reduced Mr. and Drive-in
travel Donald Williams
rates Mrs
land by plane Theatre
Keystone Heights Rotary Club son, at
Ol\\ Thursday Aug. 15. there home on Lake annual visit with relatives are ''vlsltine relatives In With us In our lovely lake.

will be a 'Stroll-In" Brunch were highly} successful. Instructions Geneva. Guests were from and friends In .Meaclville, Pa.I. SOuth Carolina.Mr. My brother, Wayne did not''

and ards at the home of Mrs. by six qualified were administered instructors -- Harbor Cantonment Chipley, Indian of Nelson's Point, are enter- rvvvvyvvwvvv. . 'vvvyvvvMELROSE. Unfortunately, their home- and Mrs Truman Perry receive his orders, 110 he is Frf.. Sat Aug. 2, 3

John Bird. Magnolia 8& This Beach, Jacksonville, taming house-guests from coming was a most unpleas- and famly and Mr. and still with us and waiting. ._
from the -- -- -"'-
event will be sponsored by theKey.tone camp: Mrs. Jean Pensacola. Gainesville AIaChua Caldwell, N. J. this week. 'ant one, as entry had been ; Mrs. Rhoda Dampier and Sunday dinner guests were:

Heights Woman's Gratteau and assistance rendered Tallahassee and Atlanta Guests included Mrs. Clifford made and considerable van-, family are camping in the Otis Melton of Hampton; it! E'Goon
25 ladles of the
Cluis com- Ga Needless to say, dallsm in the home. Mrs.I
Buddy and
H .upt. and son. Robert and mountains in North Carolina. Merle 'Ellis of
AU details will be given Innextweek'i munity. everyone'had a wonderful Mrs.' Haupt's brother Robert By Joyce Rowe Sips said that they had had Mn and Mrs. Albert Schoenernan Gainesville; Clara Sullivan, ttrnEBADel'lt ..
column. This Is For the first time since the, time. Greenhalgh. such a wonderful time "back I and daughter. and family. '
inception of the program. the' Mr and Mrs. Ty Gerber, .... ...... .......4 A44A.u. home" I pent Sunday In and :\ \
Just a reminder to circle this The Sullivan's grandchil- Daytona leach Mary David Steeall and !!! J19LX
participants were allowed to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dwyer and t
Mrs. Grace VanBullt1rk of
date on your calendar It dren Jimmy and Kathy Miss Carolyn Tison and Mrs. Shtiler Cox and children Lamar and LIsa of '
promises to be a lively affair. qualify for both YMCA and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ottinger Kleindienst of StilIwater, N. Miss! Ruth Fagan visited Car- Keystone Club Estates has daUl'hters Nancy and Evelyn Williston: Billy Bell and Harold :; .CUN'f."EA5rWOOD

DUPLICATE BRIDGE Red Cross certification. Mike returned home this week, J., returned to their home olyn's parents Mr and Mrs. been home the past week, as of Jacksonville, pen the Snellen of.Keystone; Don .

The Duplicate}Bridge Club, Hlllegass waterfront Director 'after vacationing in the Carolinas thIs week, after an enjoyable Dock Tison her home has been purchased weekend visiting Mrs. Nettle Norris of Jacksonville; and ::;un., 1\100.. Tues '

sponsored by the Woman's at Camp Immokalee. estima- OVer the weekend the month's visit In Keystone.Mr Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sapp and she plans to return to Mann and MIss Patty Cox. Hubert and Palma.Chitty of Aug. 4, 5, 6
Club'meetS even- ted that 1711 men, women and three couples were joined by live In Confluence Pa., her Starke. Hubert
each nday and Mrs. F. L Steppens and children spent last week Claude Martin returned and Palma
Children participated In the another Keystone couple, the 'of Nelson's Point, entertained in Ol'mond Beach.Ml'S former home and' where her home Friday evening follow- had Just returned from a two
program which was held at I E. T Martins of of Lake Geneva sister Tesldea Mr VanBus- week vacation whIch he FITZWILLYwith \
: friends from Jackson- Lillian Reed and four Inll recent surgery at the
KEYSTONEaEIGHTS( Keystone Beach. The couples orginally "
rUle and New York City over children of Marietta, Ga. vIs- kirk passed away last February Veteran's Hospital In Gain- caught a'25pound Creva .
Col. Jim Chesslngton. pre- met In Franklin N. C., where the weekend, ited Mr. and Mrs. Richard The new owners are for- esville. ''deep-sea fishIng with the D. Dick Van DyVed

sident of the local Rotary they aU tried their luck at Mr. and Mrs. George Scha- Moore and family. mer Keystoners.Mr. MrS. Maurice Mayberry Is a V Williams family (Palma's' _
Club. expressed appreciation "gold digging. effer and daughter Martha Ronnie Harvey, who has and Mrs. Houston C.Dntscoil patient In Alachua General sister's familY.] Later Sun- '\ Thurs Au/C./ 7, S
for the expert performance The Garbers left the group will leave early next day afternoon visit-
Jane, returned home last been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hospital. we were
demonstrated by instructors for a weekend side-trip at Thursday, after a 2-week vIsIt VI1'gle Rowe and family for week for a month's stay in Duplicate Bridge ed by: Johnnie MErle Man- 5 Million Years

and theIr assistants. Lake Toxaway, where they with friends and relatives several weeks has gone to Newport, R. I. Winners -last week at the nina and son Lamar, Johnny To Earth
DIR: ciO.RYBEATITY The YMCA staff local vol- enjoyed several rounds of Ellis Sr" and Elaine Ellis
E In the North. Mrs. Schaeffer Hendersonvllle, Tenn, Melrose Duplicate Bridge .

unteers, Rotarians, and partl-I! I I golf.Mr.. and Mrs. J J. SullivanWORLD'S particularly enjoyed return- Mr. and Mrl. Billy Singleton eneman and son, Billy were Club were: Mrs. AI Bach- and some friends from Galn- a

Ing to Meadevllle, Pa.. where and children spent last hosts Thursday to a party for mann and Mrs. Ray Becker, I.

SHOP I she pent most of her child- Wednesday visiting Mr. and the young people of the Uni- 1st place; Mrs. Roland Bryan

.KEYSTONEBEAU.TjY hood.. yeal" before moving to Mrs. Gene Sapp in OrmoDd ted MethodIst and Faith Presbyterian and Mr' 1". T. Horns, 2nd I A BIG BANKROLL
Keystone. Beach. Mra.
Churches The par place: Mary Cook and
SHOP Mrs. Kenneth Williams Miss Jacquelyn Christian ty was held at their home on MI88' Iva Hillyer, 3rel place:;

Ifdlth Johnson Owimsu'Peragnal SMALLEST and children left, for Vir- of Mlcanopy Is spending two Lake Wlnnott. Mrs. E. M. Byorlck and Mrs.

Ie Creative, Hair StylIng ELECTRIC alnla Beach, on ondaY of weeks with her cousin; Vicki The young people swam, Sally'' Mansfield, Mrs. B. A.

1 Every Form of Beauty the week: after visiting with Tison. played base ball and had a Allen and Mrs. 'J. W. Foster
: former neighbors and friends The Melrose Junior Wom- cookout. tied for 4th.
CUltkre Tulll.- at. 0-6: closed ADDING -j
the .Jim .Zowarkas' of Lake- an's Club is planning a Bingo/. Those enjoying the occas- Girl couIs

NURsERY MACHINE view Drive. party to be held at the Wom-, ion included: Mr. and Mrs. The Melrose Junior and

an's Club Aug. 18. from 7:30: Richard Moore and children Cadette Girl Scout Troops

i! until 9:30: p. m. Laura CindY, and Chris. went on an overnight camp-
o.ce Carnes Nursery ?h'utt&x: MIII ,
Miss Sandy Bailey of Pa- Tommy Whitton, Curt Court- ing trip this weekend at

UwyIlOO'Florhome 659215agnr.r7 latka spent the weekend with ney, Martha Mathews Jim Camp Kateri near Orange

.stock iTbO1I1d5o ,s l; Mr and Mrs Billy Singleton Martin, Olenda and Carol SPrln s. SOme of the girls

Plants Fruit TNee to and family. Chamblee. experienced for the first time

choose fronl Shadtl Treea..Evergreens -BAPTIST The Story Hour, Which'was Last Wednesday was the putting up tents staying

& Landscape Planta In FIrst Baptist Church Rev. slated to begin:! next week last day of Arts and Crafts overnight In them, Cooking

containers.Caniellias. Lawrence CarroU ]pastor. Sun-1) has been postponed until this at the Parish House. Articles their meals over an open

Ie A.ales. day School, 9:43: ain. Wor-, fall.The made by the children were fire.Those
Let "1s' Do Your tAad.-pbi. ,, ship Services. 11 a. m.. and Melrose Action Committee put on dIsplay for those who attending were Kate

7:30: p. m.. Training ;tnIon, Is planning to sponsor came to see what they had Gaboardl, Debbie Box. Vicki

USED 'JARs ; 8:30: p. m, Nursery open for another Flea.Market sept 7. done. Tison, Patricia Rldaueht,

aU services.. Mr and Mrs. Richard Much work Is being done Helen Minton Kristine

H mIca ,Used Can \ Moore and family spent last,I at school to prepare for fall Thompson, Gay Singleton

BIG CASH DISCOUNT -CATJlOLIC weekend In Ft.''Lauderdale. .I classes This will be the first Debbie Mills, Betty Keeler,
st. William's Church-Sun- Albert Scho-\I year that it will be just an Muriel Dennis Marsha Whit- Make sure you11 have money when you need It .
Mr. and
BUY 1SLLnADE day Mass. 9 a. m. Wednesdi.3 Mrs. elementary school. The audi- ton, Kim FIsk, Phyllis Beck- with a sensible savings plan to suiL your individual

Rt. 1 Dos eoRwy. Mass and Novena 7 p. m.COMMIJNTrY torium Is being restored and ham Teresa Gaboardl. Rob- needs. A Savings 'Account 'with 'our' bank offers

100 8 )fli..MiRtark.CONCRETE ; .- CHuRCh th Sunday&- Morning Prayer the office is being moved to erta Hard, Donna Martin Interest, compounded regularly that will help your
Unilrex M3 SUnday Schoo1 9:40 a. m. larger quarters. Mrs. Maude Jackie Christian and Lois bankroll
THE INDESCRibABLE 9:30: a. m. Evening Pray- grow faster. Come In and let us help you
PEODIJC'TS Morning Worship, 11 a. m. er-Bunday, 7 p m. Holy Dan Watkins will be principal of Howell of Mlcanopy and' start your money, rolling now
Compare These outstanding featuresl Large capacity Nursery .t 11 o'clock service will be announred.LVTIIERAN he IIChool. Sandy Bailey of Palatka.

INSIST THAT ALL YOVRCONCflZTE -/lsta/ lo-totals 11. Credit balance, fast (180 onIy. Rev. Leon F. Mimer.rrnr. High school students In Accompanying the girls

PRODUCTS cycles/mIn.), standard. roomy keyboard,weighs light even Just M1.ro8e! will attend the new were Mrs. Ted Flak Cadette
touch. sIze-no larger than a telephone, -
LEE TJIJ: BEST FROM SVz: Ibs. well.placed motor bar, paper roll enclosed for -EPISCOPAL Divine Worship, 11 a. m High School nearing comple- leader, Mrs. Dock Tbon, JunIor KEYSTONE 'STATE BANK
true portability handsome carrying case Included A tion in Interlachen.Mr. leader, and Mrs. Billy

Edward'. Building sensatIonal, quality.built! portable AVAILABLV machine for years oftroublsirsm William st. Anne's I. Jones Church, Vicar, Ho.lY Rev. SUnday.Sunday. Holy Services Communion held ,,,each 2nd .. and Mrs. Miller and Singleton leader. Assistant Junior M.mb.r.. .F.D.I.C., Xe71doae Ileighte' Fla
servic. TERMS family visited In Melro last Mrs. John Box, Jr.Mrs. ,
Supply Inc. Communion, 8 a. m. every Sunday at st. Anne' !: ts- .y.ar .
week. Mrs. Miller 1.1 Ret.A.' James Gaboardi, and FrieacU Eaak, IA Tour Friendly
'JS So MI5.374M4QAINT.SvuIr Sundl13. FIrst SundayHoly copal Church. Richard l\.leyer\. F. 1lIIleston's: cBurhter: She Mrst James Dennis assisted In '

vL*. Bradford County Telegraph Communion, 8 a. m. and 9:30: I minIt.e'' reported that Rev. EgglestonI. transporting the girls to and C.maunlty."

a. m. Second, third, and four- from the camp site. U

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Section Three Page Two fmtmrr Tn. mRApn. MTARKIB. II"I.OKm" THURSDAY AITOTTST 1. 1068
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Think You're Safe At Home ? Cuthbert and was among ,, FIRST BAPTIST' CHURCH" -
I those who worked successfully; STARKE
to establlh the Cuthbert Par- ,
Figures Say You're Not ent-Teacher Association serving Sunday. Aug..\ 4 Brotherhood ,

__ as treasurer tot many Breakfast and Meeting.I

Most people feel safe at University of Florida's Institute years. Shewas
home yet statistics show that \ of Food and Agricultural the Benjamin Hawkins Chapter II 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship]i

more than twice as many disabling Sciences more than 6. 0t( peo.p1e Daughters/ of the Amer. 11 a. m., sermon, "SomeJ I I
Injuries occur In the were accidentally] poisonedby Jean Revolution, and served In Christian Joys.; Training UnIon -

home each year than on the various chemical productsIn many chapter offices and as 6:15: p. m. Evening Worship .
nation's highways Florida last year. Most vic State Cl1alm1 n. She*wa. Regent 7:30: ; sermon "David, s

+Carelessness and negligence tims were children under the of !the Benjamin HwklnsChapter the Man After -

are. by,far the main causesof age of five, and many required 1858-60 and was a Heart." I
most accidents In the hospital treatment. Some charter member of the COlum. Monday: ,
home" according to Miss Mar- even died bus. Oa Chapter: of the'National -Mng, 5 p. m. ; J
tha Sue McCain. County Extension "The most serious single! Society Daughters of Practice; Deacons :' ..

Home Economics cause of accidental poisoning American Colonists In which I I WMU Council Future 11

Agent., "Farm Saftey Week continues to be overdoses of she served in offices on a ,
which has just been observed common aspirin. Two-thirds of chapter and state level i mrTuesday !
nationally should remind us all poisonings reported last Mrs. Day was a charter r tjlsh Luncheon :
of the dangers that await even year resulted from medicines member of the Cuthbert Garden -; business' and .

within the four walls of our such as aspirin., Other house Club and other activities' ing, 12 noon.Wednesday .
homes" she continued. hold chemicals cleaners pestIcides Included the Georgia Federated .
Most home accidents are and poisonous plants Music Club for which Cabinet' Meeting, :
fall Loose throw rugs! slippery accounted for the rest of the she served as state chairman Prayer Meeting : !;': ::; : j
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floors In showers and cases reported" Miss McCain the American Red Cross and Choir Practice, 8: :::: : ,: =
:: :::: : ,; : :
bathtubs and makeshift lad said. the Tuberculosis Association. ;

ders are the main culprits. If a poisoning accident She was a member of the I :
Miss McCain said. should occur, call your physic Cuthbert :Baptist Church for MADISON STREET : ; I
\Also children should be told Ian at once or go to nearest 50 ;years, and was active in the BAPTIST CHURCH .'

how Important It is to keep I hospital emergency; room. Sunday School and the Woman'a Sunday; Aug 4 : _____
toys in areas where they will Many hospitals have been Missionary Union. School 0:43: ... : '
not be stepped on or hipped designated, as Poison Control Besides her son she Is survived Worship. 11 a. m. I

Centers. Be sure to bring the by her husband Frederick Practice. 4:30: p. :
and burns are the next empty container along so that : W. Gay, of Cuthbert; one Fellowship : : '

most serious causes of injuries the poison may be Identified daughter Mrs ,Elizabeth Oay Training Union : : ,
and most of these acci- and proper.treatment Iven. poacher Decatur. Ga.; eight Prayer Circle 7:15: ; : I
dents can be prevented with a Finally the power mower is grandchildren and four great Worship 7:30.Monday : : h
little caution. responsible for many senseless grandchildren. R. A. c
"For example turn the handles ''Funeral services were held \ C<
accidents every year No ma. p. m. WMU bu !: < :':
of cooking utensils to the chine Js any safer than the operator Thursday July 25, at the 730.: Brotherhood : :
bade! of the range so they will who uses It. r graveside In Green,, Wood Tuesday Circle : B

tae out of the reach of chil- Clean up your yard beforemowln& Cemetery with Rev. WUHam 9:30: a. inWednesday.' E
dren. Keep matches and cig- Selman officiating. f
Pick; up stones sticks! ; <
arette lighters where children' wire and other debris in the
can't get at them. Kitchen area. These machines can I i Practical ing 7:30: p. m. SIh
; ing. 8:30-: : Church
grease fires and :heating equip strike foreign objects whirling
most common: Florida"Miss. then out'of' the machine at Course OfferedBy tlce.. 8:30.Denton: \ : itC

McCain said.Careless high speeds. These projectiles Santa Fe JC I
storage and hand- could. kill or injure bystand I '

ling of flammable liquids cau- ers. Selection of students for the FIRST, ASSEMBLY < _
ses many injuries and deaths Also keep the mower away annual Licensed Practice! OF '

each year. Such fires will be from loose' clothing which Nurse course is now being conducted -: West Weldon St. :; :
less likely If flammable liquids\
are-'stored in approved metal could become parts entangled of the machine In themoving by Santa Fe Junior I Road ,, I *. That smile 1'3'!! ,: r '
College. '
I I at them both. "
containers out of reach: of Miss McCain warned. Sunday School: :
The 12-month which
\ course
youngsters. 11:00: a. m. Morning : I they both the f:4: -
NOTE: Here's an easy way Includes classroom instruction IOfI
Many home fires are causedby 6:00 m. C. A. ; : ::1: copy of her1 :
to'each your youngsters the and clinical experience at local : p. : Iht Own k Ml epeglMW. eeMcy k MlwM ,
overload electrical circuitsand danger of poisonous products hospitals and a nursing center : p., m. Evangelistic : see that there j 'lor iBCMdlnf. .. .Hw.. kuwMei*t Ml.lewter ,

faulty wiring.Many around the home. A free comic ; will start September 30 Wednesday: 7:30: : the bright 'r .SUM. ,,set, .)Hit.emu*(HIM, *Ie..metes'le ...
home accidents Involving book, "Dennis the Menace with selection to be completed. Week Prayer : '1 *. Her dream Hut.. l len by .iMlnf, Mi .ndghber... .. WHlMst" j ) '

chemicals children and poisonous Take.- A Poke at Poison.: Is by August'\ IB. I )':tIP; Pastor: Lester V. i: i outgoing. IBM yoMslflf... Ie.l Hit.. .taw H.w,w esma.SMM .

ment fires occur are each probably year the In available by writing1: tof} Agrlcupture Graduates of the program son- ;. humor and in e> McMy. et err el. Mt .HI .lse|

? University of Florid become fully licensed practical I N"ae"e.nt .Itn "Imeim.Kk M.koUMt ... w ; .
latest Florida. According to' the Gainesville 32601; The children nurses, and .a Job has been Church of Jesus I(; protectivenes wiN .WtVftakly. pMIHl, RMfCfOflf WMIms .'
figures compiled by the will' love it, and learn a good ambitious but . .:
available. for every Latter-Day e Mltie etM el IHIW,em ilmM MfeM)
lesson the same time.FPneral.Seryices.. Snits 10-year history.l1'8dua.tel [lIt East CaB ; I work Just fO His"" CIo....far.HM... Mke II)i...wtHut .

GLASSFOR The program is open ta men MM e,J ail .....,. *i<*4.. .art. ..

>} and women over 18 years, of' Service; : ; both have. 9 every emeu timid, petM.. God PwIkJ. 01..1.,

EVERY ,PURPOSEMirrors For Mrs. Gay age who are high school. graduates 'I' Priesthood. 8:45: ; ; ;1! and Saviour Q MM Sam, kuou .Mk.. .w fm* '! >

or Can pass an entrance School 1000: church. Their -'! .... .Ann. '" est)fatten .Hit.hob. ..*.*.,* I
In Cuthbert, Ga. examination. The fee of (40 11:00.: :; .kmtoe.. .11 w 1M Ire Ie se r 6 dal.1.
Foil)' EVERY"' "'OSIslmNS Includes textbooks and laboratory -, Branch .
Mrs. 'Frederick'William Oay supplies for the year. I Dean Hansen, j the righteous! f I I IOCol. ,

died TUesday. July 23 In Patterson Since! the course Is offered' : but the /face S T"

.Hospital Cuthbert. Oa. only once a year, Interested. / I Peter 312.
following extended Illness.
an Individuals should cdntact _
GLASS CO. Shle was the mother of Logan Mrs. Martha Bell at the old' _
Sunday School
: :

372-4115 HIS N.W.-.:.4th S72-43S1 Piece Kingsley T. Gay. of Lake.Atlanta: Oa.. 'and Hotel Hamer at Thomas the College or Dr., tele-Phil' Morning Worship :, : :: J,::; : ';!;:: ::: ?;;: :::::: .;: ::;.::mwrm;:: : ;r::;:;: :?i:1j@m::::!: : =mt.lli1iiii1::::;;;:; %; yeiaww: .:",: .:::-

Evening Worship .
Gar IIMM"\' "'- ,' Mr9--'O of' ; : :. ,
was a member ,
y ; '
phow"378-8311 extenslon'-41 '
: ; ten-
prominent southern families I' Pi yer Meeting : : :I {; i:: :: :
or 42, as soon .as possible Wednesday-Rev. J
having' been .former Annie I :
Melissa Thomas daughter of ters pastor SHELL STARKE "66"SERVICE

the late Dr. and :Mrs. Logan IN'COtlN'I'Y DOE'S: COURT 41aln1.kr.'n:

I* Thomas she was born InPuMton IN AM. FORBRAUFORD I HOPE BAPTIST I
County. Oa. on Jan.
FLORIDAIn (Highway 100 at
25. 11199. re- Estate of I [ Phone 9G4-6111( Bill Edwards
After finishing school In SAMUEL J. T. OHADT. a-k-a Training Union- : Ph. 964.7231
KBV S J. deceased. :
Terrell County she attended NOTICE RtltJorbl Morning Worship I Tire Tru-ing
Andrew College at CUthbert.. All creditors of /Samuel: J. T.. Sunday School-
Grady, a-X-a 8. J '
She moved to Cuthbert with who died I on September Rev '2rli Evening Worship : I Headlight Adjusting _
her family In 1917 and since whilst a rculdent of Barberton. Wednesday :

that time had been active In find Summit that County they are Ohio required are not to*- Servces-7:30: p. m. it Brake Service

Ask civic; social and 'religious life file any olalme or demand. that Packham pastor I ,,
of the community. they may have avalnat his =:;:::0.-.:. Wheel Balance and
Estate in the oft!... of the
Charley She was very active In the County Judge of Bradford SERVICE Alignment
'\ County. Florida In the courthouse
Peed I Woman's at Starke, Florida within CHURCH STARKE
E.., .\lx calendar month from y 301 and 100 PROMPT ROAD'SERVICE
the date of the first publication : .
of thin notice. Each claimor Sunday services All :
Johns demand must be In wrltlni : Temple Starke Minor Repairs
and filed In duplicate, and must arlst. 8 a. m. :
BUSINESS state the. place of r nld nce. and 10..&. m. [Holy 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke
po..toftlce address of 'the
claimant and 4>e sworn by the and 3rd Sundays. :
About this question: claimant: : his agent or his attorney Prayer. 2nd and I
or It will become volt.
according to law. days] J. : LAWSON
"A hold-up,man took $341 Dated July IB. 1969. Rector.;

from a merchant at Grand Will F BulbResident. Agent and MEAT MARKET

Junction;; Colorado, after SERVICE Attorney for the. CHURCH OF GOD : STARKE, INC.
Ancillary ExecutorThnmaa
making him lie on the floor Gilbert S. Brown & FierceAttorneys 422 N. St. ClAir Lunch $1.25 AND COLD STORAGE
of his store beside his
Standard Oil Service Station P. O, Drawer 1030 Sunday School 10 : We Specialize In Custom
watchdog-who was sound ATLAS Starke First, publication Fla. on the '16th ship Services, 11 a. : bi. to 2 I,. 1\1. Slaughter
asleep. (Question: Can the TIRES a BATTERIES!: : day of July A D 1908 7:30: p. m. Prayer tog Cutting and Wrapping_
merchant add'the cost of Budget Term*--Road Service Will F. Sulb Friday. 7:30: p m.-. _
dog food to his loss to lie Phone ,"-'Ion '-25! Attorney 4t 8-1B Williams pastor. $1.75 Prepared for Deep !Freeze

paid by his 'Storekeepers (07 N. Temple starke TUB HTATR 011'NICW DEDAN BAPTIST I M. to 9 P. M. WHOLESALEAND

Burglary & Robbery Pol HAMP8UIHR8TRAFFORD. BOOKER :
icy'? SUPERIOR COURT Ph. 964-7600 'RETAIL
February Term, 1X8 Sunday School. :
Charley E. Johns Service Station divorce In the and matter other of relief a libel which for Morning Worship. : : Phone 964-7059

OM U now pending In the euporlor Training/ Union, 8:
Oils .
Agency court for aid county. of Straf Evening Service. ": : BRAD SALES
Ooodyear.Tire. A Batterlee. ford the original\ of which I*
131 S. Walnut'St.PHONE ROAD SERVICE on the In suoh'court and mar Lacy Caraway.jpaator.NORTHSIDE :\ NEW
be examined by interacted parttee I
964-5070 101 and 100 Stark the title of the case being, HOMES
a. lollowetLawrenu.> '
.- .. Haley S... CHURCH : CLEANERS

NEED READY CAS!II'! r It appearing of the llbelee V.Shirley that le unknown the Haley residence Located[BR 83SJ on at Baylest r ( I -12-Ft.. Wide Wide Under New Ownership

It i* ordered that the libelant [CSR 16]. Your 'Certified Master
give notice to the llbelee to appear :\
I Services: Sunday I HOMES
at the superior court nextto ] :
Come See Us! be holden at Dover, ta said a. m.: Sunday ?, Dry Cleaner

,,2 county firm Tuesday of Stratford of September o-n) the ship 11 m. m.: and Traveltrailers Free _
1908. then and there to show 6:30: p. m.: Evening : '' Aloft-Proofing.
44.l, + % We make loan for cause If any there be, why the 7:30: : Midweek: : Heights Free Pick U
prayers of said libel should note p and Delivery
any worthwhile pur. e granted by causing a true Wednesday 7:30: -Ph. 473-4320
zt and attested copy of thla'citation pallor 311 N. _
; p' pose. and order of notice to be Temple Ph. 964-5704
published In Bradford County
$25 to $600DO Telegraph. a newspaper printedat MORGAN JROAD.
Starke, Florida In the countyof
Bradford It being a newspaper
YOU HAVE published at or nearest' Sunday-r-fl:.5 a.m : : EDWARDSGrocery
i the laat known place of residence School].. 11.011: ) ft, ja
of the llbelee In this CO.
Too many paymentsto state once each week for three Worship, 8:00: p. m.
weeks. uccesalvely, the last Union .,7:00: ,p, ,.. ; and Market
make? publication to be at least fourteen '
I days prior to the return Worship., Service For Your Groceries-Meats--Feed

r -Too ."&87. bins ,to day It Is further ordered. that Wednesday ':' : Problems
the clerk shall send by registered ServIces. let ftfed 91 GAS AND OIL
PayToo mall with request for a
many .laxe! return libel and receipt order attested a copy by of him the nlgat Night-t JOO' ( po" m. Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edwards

r within. seven days after filing
coming doe to the llbelee at the last known 1 Insurance U. S. 301 South Starke
postofflce address. and to the
relative 'or friend as stated In FIRST CHRUTZAV Ph. 964-68S1 PHONE 964.5312

Let Us Help] With Your Money the libel Attmtt Richard 'H. Keefe, Ounday Services;
Clerk. :
Problem Alfred Catalfo Require. School" g45: a. to. : COOPERATIVE Inc.
Airy for Libelant Worship. 10:45: as. m. : ,
Dover New Hampshire : ;
Service! 1:30.. m.
TOWN FINANCE CO nf lication.The citation foregoing. and order I. a. true for pUb.copy Service Wedaeelay1, : : Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better

226 N. Temple Phone 964-7449 Attest: Richard H. K<*efe. Clerk. m. Charles 3lkew. I SD Heights-Phone 4734911flWAUI"OW
Richard H. Keefe, acn month. R v. David
7-2S It S-. JUexlclros, pastor.



AUGUST I. 1968 ,--
.. ... _..- BRADFORD COUNT 11tLIGftAPJl, !: STARKB. n.0BID& .. !Ug )TIOE- 3Third .->. r4.O..
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'f D
r *r .41"p1lhen(? and decided,he should yyyy.. !Y!;;"nr.F..mTeTflJflESSi Sullivan4t ..Palatka.Think'About J4'lren.t conduct, drinking! as .a- minor, .' :
"" ,"':.. "'" I not i r'eak.'thoa' famnftf! tradttlqiV:! It .1 I t Funeral services f fined $27.50 bni each charge.

\ :i t I, Charles; the-eldeft KJrkjAndon. .1 Stafford !Brooke sajd< "1 l;1rM", + ikiary4lr | .rasa killed In a plane crashnear jew more, \ smiles of \agent sympathy ,. primitive ,Baptist I I minor, fined $21. O.
1J J 44 f Largo in $863 white '.taK'ing :- d a fenV more tender ptarke, with Elder Ancll Teston Jr.,' disorderly .,
{ 1 a ; r're rna a FgpnI ,: flying, IQItru lod. Me was """"AAAA"' '''...... words-' l little more' restraint", )rough .officiating. : I conduct by 'disturbing the r
in his last meirt r;of architjectural !-. In', temper may make air the will follow In the peace forfeited $Z7.BO bond. .. ..
engineering at the University 'fllfope'Bapust Qhurch I ilffererrce; '.between! happiness' in 'Dyal Cemetery I Ella 'TLupipklnS, disorderly
t. of'Pterkta'Duringttia fiuqiAay' School, 10 a. m.M ., and (half.!hapjvbiees to those I C. Jones Funeral conduct by use of profane language
.J/I: I 'i 'L "g' Fisher] competition 'days he :
-.;. V "J.. ,.....,. .,: 1 won four $150 awards, with the Tralftl.n.U..1on.: .. 6:30: p. m., Visiting Mr and Mrs. Wa $*?.50 or five day In jail.Annn .
& ; 4"(. '. cjcooniipanylng four trips to Detroit .;, ]J)#*nlflg"''Woi1fMp' ,: 7:15: p. m4: I hair! :Beahler for the past! couple LQtt, fflpprd@riy) > conduct
J. .., -..... ,... '"... ......,- 1 A k'ik't I ; a $1.000( national styling ,Wednesday!" ; 'evening", Prayer Ser-, of'''weeks have been grandchildren MAYOR'S ,by fighting sentenced to .":
scholarship; ind bold one of bile Viee' ,' t:80: ty.,, m.; P \\1, rhodel* to the Guild rorI'$&M.' _...
KhkltindBroftier : >practice following the service.CoinmQnlt rt 'Of Eau Gallie. This .weekerid ,4161Ordlll'f Jail.! _
Lein o. the second Kfarkland '''OURe the Beahlers took Bryan Carl Hurst Roy Brasw ll. reckless driving '";
I son, also won four $\\\150 awards' A. reception peried to whichoottvmunJty and Jean home and .brought Mayor forfeited 17.60 bond, .
'in ..
Starke ..
/ t,.. 'f with lour tripe t6 Detroitand; .'residents of all ages 'back another grandson David, eaves. Willie, HankerBon iwckteri ",;:
Tuesday night, July :
Wins' a, $3,000 national scholarship are invited is held each! Mon1tb'S' 'who will .be visiting them for driving fined d.$0! court coats.
Of 4 Von : b u A5 0. this award.! With .the aajdoUnce' of t evening. ;'''beginning at 1:80.a : a 'while driving Willie! fined Turner'$27.: Jr.O. Wllltam/ :Bnown, failure,i to ,to,::
.: fund 'he studied for' the l 'th*>Th_ Community: bliss Tamoay Heresy i, have vehicle under control and
: 1 aJEt h ..tt'1' 11\1\ l.try' an4" M now Special House.Iforsey. spending -this week with her I[beat Paul' Higher Lewis( than, causing an accident timed 0.110<> ..
Model AwffdlTotal Activities, Director ?1
/ In the
Car youth' Family PtenloA. costa.Joseph .
... ., grandparents, :Mr. and Mrs. Ed: ,forfeited a $ court\ '
1.', Department of .ithff .: "' alts
i motif 'family 'get 'together"hpaorlnplDwlght Douglas! in Lake Butler Edward Wilson reckless -
f : "" :.t.1 P..If'"' God Heaoquart-' ., I Hersey,"who. 'lev. and :Mrs Merle Packham I speed Those forfeited F. Resued$ ., driving placed on proba ;::
$7,000> 'I h>| Natiortal'Fisher ? : ers, Cleveland Tenn.. is leaving! 'today for'service '4h are vacationing this !Week ? Maruca, tion.. .
I 'Charles.! and txynzo ,..DaY'ld
Body probably the U.S. Army,IWBS held Etun- In '''Franklin, N. C.Mm. J ..
conduct; e
Cgmpetititn' drinking "
set a precedent !iby,winning\ the',day at Brooklyn Lake ThoIIIe at JtendMgt Sarah Hunter visited forfeited bonds
Gross Earnings, By Trio rot ao,1t r4 regional divisions competition(junior' In and different senior 'i'Pwlght> Hefiey'besides, 'were'MK' and Mr.Mrs and her'' daughter and son-lnilaw' John?,..WllUngham..' \ Cardboard... The Telegraph. ? ,
Mr. 'and Mrs. Don Selrfer. at "'
Continuing what has 'become and Alabama. ) and attending the National MrsWillie. Mersey, Clyde Her-' S 1 --
their home on Lake Swan, Stn.
almost 'a family tradition, David 1 Topping this fierfennance, he GQlld idpavention together& sexy>; Mr. and Mlrs. Donald Har.sey -
Kirkland son of.Mr; and went on >'to 'iwlla 4 ,$lflOO.( tyllng '* quite likaly'the firvt: brothers- Donnie and Donna of'fa.- day.< DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home ""'
MM. J.: T. Kirkland has won scholarship in natU>nat oiMfivpetition tOI i est such. a, record.: I la1-kat; ,Mr '*jld Mrs.' Elbert Funeral; ServicesSet

state regional and .national at ,the. acpiual avld's. win of the regional.. Hersey and .Mr and Mrs; q 'STARKEP1IOYO', ; 964-6200. II...,.
honors in the 1968 Fisher Body National A.wiatxl J- (Banquet thl yea' wound tetao. to set: Wayne''H.r.ey of Gainesville; Friday HEIGHTS- PHonE 473-3170

Craftsman' Guild model. 'car' .. staged during tb. NaWo al smatter record=wthree ibrotherswUming Mr.- and Mrs. ,David Brannon For Mr .HowardMrs. KEYSTONE" ,....
competition. Guild Convention 'in Detroit. top awards' ,In.. the: stiff and David *f Ft. 'tewart. Ga.; *. On,

Entering!: his Junior year''at Mich., last week., 'b .*st s t f copnpetitlon.' Mr.' and Mrs.. Edward' <(Douglass Rosa Lee Howard, *73, R.enV l Service .
Bradford High School thts.falllDavid'1 ; ''la the And: it their. 'younger brother aqd family of Labs Butler; Mr. I ........
twinning regional] contest wife of Mack C. Howard, 01
won first state honors David' ,iwas following In David J. Rlrkland of Starke IB }pictured with Keonetb N.I : (Richard,.intention 14,,carries of out entering hlannounced. .- and :Mrs. Dewitt Hersey andMartin Starke, died Tuesday night In HOSPITAL .BEDS; '\VJIEEI, CHAIRS .....
: :
Mr and Mrs.Doley
for '''Florida In the' Junior dMslon' -, the footsteps of two older Scott, general manager of lusher IIody and a vic. president of the ; ; the University' of 'Florida Medical "
-of the competition and Ibrothers ,the late Charles Kirkland | competition: next yearand Horsey, Tammy and Robin: e'! CRtTC! !i!! ,. ..
General.Motors, after winning $1,000 I styling scholarship to 'wine-4t fls -safe. to pay and. Mi*, and Mrs. Lansln' Her- Center from injuries aus- .4.I NN 111
Ills model wee then judged (tops' and Lpnzo( T Kirkland talned in an auto accident five
the finals ef the 1968 Fluher veegrd''for
model a nattonal family
Body ear competition in Dwight is a graduate' of 1
in the four-state region of both of whom won 'regional! and sey. miles| !lout of Starke on V.: S. I, ".
partiolpattaa Ja the'tiulld oon- Bradford: High School and was .....
national honors dn the model SOU. The accident occurred
Georgia, Florida Mississippi, prize-inning
tetti utiil ban feeen set. employed at Clay Electric !
In y
car competition prior years. Thursday, July 25.'
Co-op before entering the army, ,.
Altogether .the three. Kirk Elvis, AlanckHead' and.- landa have netted around $7r oommuulty .re with him as lie 3, ,1809, in: Georgia' and had re-
: 000 from their the Local service sided in Starke most of her Jul urivein ,:oe
entiQas| in : l goes,Into .
IT'S EASY TO WRITERESULTPRODUCING I Fisher Body competition. >> rsouils.t| I rMrs.Myrrs'Vaumadoe life. ''She was a member of the ..

I ]. Aa first state winner David MOye'W ek : ''' of PaJ.atk -' Union Primitive Baptist ...,
\I WANT ADS received a cash award' of $160<< visited :Mrs. Rhode. Dam. Church. Besides her husband, SHOW BEGINS AT SUNDOWN
and as regional chomp/ be was .t .1 pie. jonl Mwnday. .. .she la survived toy .two daugh- ADMISSION: Adults" Yfo Students 60c ,...
given.a'. trip ..to.tile National BlvUi] Presley teams ,with
Follow these simple: rules,to make your Want Ada bring better reau t. Guild Convention in ;Detroit ,Nancy, Sinatra. Mn taat-mov- .. .dI>> Jig the weekend war, : etarke-r and 'Mrs. Lola RUBS,
Remember a good Want Ad is nothing more than salesmanship in print. last week. While there he and Ing and laugh-spiced' ;VSpeedway" Mrs. Thetona MUlikln of Ocala.; Chicago Lake 111.: 'two sons, :Ardell THURS., FRI, SAT. AUG. J,, 2, 3 ...,
Howard/ and M. C.
other regional' winners were filmed In the exciting: Mr. "and Mns Oleror: ''MIlHkln City; I .
Write your ,Want Ad in the same friendly style you use when telling, '' Howard, Starke; two brothers' Double Feature Program "
treated to a tour of the hydro environment of .stock car and :luef (I alnesvllle'OeptSylvia ;i. II
friends and neighbors about what you have to offer. electric plant >on Niagara. (Falls racing with authenic racing \iPortef', UqAFr'' NurseCorps Diehard; 'Davis, Jacksonville; __i-: Fpri_ ",

Don' AbbreviatesSurveys Don't be Pennr-Nlee and Pound- at Windsor, Ontario Canada.. foptage Sunday.Tuesday.; Homestead -A1FB' ; Mrs. and George W. Davis, Homvs plwn.e:
the convention 29 Florida ,: .a' a Springs; 10 grandcijll- .
Foolish During August -8, at the Hilda Chttflth Ho11YYOO111rs.1: .
and studies prove that most I young craftsmen were awarded' "Theatre. .. Rutb-Broadway'> 'istarke: and d o..I.nl1.bE.{ greatrgranddhllfeatfng I b r eak "; r

Want Ad readers do not like or underJt makes good common sense to eliminate !- university scholarships' totaling Ten cameras filmed In Dinner guests of :the Sullivan I ..
stand abb11lv1 .Uon.. Make it easy for unneeded words from your Want $51.000 4n the finals of the Panavlslon! and Metrocolor ..t Ml -eual--Broadway. CanadC "J' air ihi11}..: -.

people to respond to your ad Ad but make sure you don't ruin the 1968 \Fisher Body competition. flit .Charlotte, N._.C. Speedway on Sunday were !Mr.-and'Mrs. Blgh..t. bills ''i I. ...but make ....
-- '
don't keep them guessing with abbrevl.effectiveness I David was one among 16 who Percy Sullivan of Palatkaj: Mr. : "- II damn Sure. .
of Wan Ad making
ations. your by won '$1,000 styling> scholarshipson !'Speedway"" coats I Elvis ;..s and .fttns,, (Flayd ICroa; ", the ..
it .incomplete.: Remember,'you're not the 'basis of design excel- a stockcar racing champion-< iSta keft.iMr,'1N\d' Mrs. Percy; stranger doesn? ....

Pot Yourself In the Prospects Shoes placing a Want Ad to save money lence. whose prowess on the ''trackIs ..sulUvan :fT. and Percy Dl; Har- t
you're inserting your ad to 'get results! The model car. which David 'matched 'only by his1 ged. old"1'4' "$, and, Waa, Dorothy CraWlout : ;
Glv full lntol'D1atJon'and i ,.all. the deand make money. Making your ad too describes a..a a twod)or "futur. eroslty In charing his.- winnings ,Mii4c\ of town -
I tails about what you have to offer. short may save a few pennies that lo.e istic" hardtop ID new ..IIha4.I with 'people In need. iNN. 3. M.. Burton of Haw S alive! .-.
Describe your offering in benefit terms you taU prospectwhy I your offer around 150 hours to complete. .Bervloe agent' ;< wttk! her son a and -daughter-in- e MGMf tents ..
satisfies their needs. Give sizes, dimensions And It Is Easy To Order!, Your A6. It was carved from.botea' wood. ployed'' to check on ] em-I' lawMr/ : and Mn:'10,'S. Burtonof I I An Allen Klein Production staffingTbnyAnthony ...

: capacity condition advantages. Trained competent Want Ad-Visors will and covered with several coat- MUBlc fane will >alao )have > Keystone Heights. Mrs. Burs : Fgel, (Budget Plan; t .
An4 don't forget price! Want Ada help you word your ad for beat possible Ings of fibre: glass, sanding their minutes with the .. even ton also attended Gadara Bap- n/en low monthly! ..
Without, price are .B0% less effective result' All you do Is pick up your I down carefully (lbetrween'eacll numbers Including thie title tist iChurcJi,''"Where" !her 'castor: through UJ".h atlOg S IOn.i r r
than ads with price. telephone and they do the rest. coat. song "Speedway.. Revs Bowen), formerly pastor Zs
I In addition to the $50 cash : Don JCnot.t.a .heade '.a double Of keystone Heights', (BaptistChurch ; STANDARD

TELEGRAPH award. David will receive' a, bill Friday: and Saturday, )e conducting Teviyalsorvioea. l I OIL
CLASSIFIED ADS: I large Qufld trophy for his lovably TIC1116i3110A'u.Ind I .M
Aug.. 24., a4 he all Your Standard OilMAN ) er t sts In Metrocolor
GET RESULTSPHONE himself- and a'Certificate of spoof on westerns "The of Hampton visited Mr. and ; IN STARKE -"':
Design sac\Xtatftanteiiydilpi I IIn Shakiest Oun In'' The West." I Mrs.. Percy Sullivan Jr. Tues K. G. DUNCAN SUN,'WON., TUBS., WED. AUG. 4, p., fl, 2 ..d, '
I winning his tint award, KnotU plays a troJ) ter' dentist day.ven1DC. 964-5J32 .Double Feature rrogram 'I. -:=
964-6305 David was inspired by the previous who wants nothing more Percy Sullivan III spent

.I successes of_ his older than to set. up shop isi 19U Tuesday! night with his ''grand*j' '$tendydQKCornpenyMaMKr; (!!! .)_ ADMISSION THIS PROGRAM 1.00. 'a'I-J"'J l=
Century Western Amerlcji. parents,. Mr, _d 'Mrs. Percy
Instead he sets involved with) ; .
Indian, gun runners, and a tti l aigoBsSt1TOMMY,
: ea beautiful redhead. Barbara

WO'ULD 0BELIEUE Bhoade Mies Rhoades makesherfilm .-,. FLORIDA THEATRE HOLDENal; '., ,,
debut after being discovered s (J THE ,
in the Broadway play SALESMAN, ,In, .
"Funny Girl." In..which she TIIURSvFRL, SAT -. Aug. 1, 2, 3

I did an IS-month. stint as a. Doable Feature) Program
; t

: ,., ,'.I i featured"TheFearleas lancer. Vampire

M'. 1 Killers or Pardon Me But
.,. >- 1 : "
M : :Your'Teeth Are In MyMtck1t .'

. .:, .:.- taiiring: '.Roman Folanskl"and in TECHNICOLOR and GIRL-O-RAMA
:, .: '.:. :: produced by Roman PolansklfllU 1 with #
ti ,TMs\ 'r. ''i?: the second half of thetoufcle { MARILYN MANNING

:. :i/ff/ L-:
; Base Ferdy. Baas. Fenjy. -PLUS- "
o3)) : ,Mayne, and Terry Dowries.
$1'0950 "The Carpetba gge>e '..-.wa
an Rll-staj-east.-play: :next LOVE IS, A WOMAN

Wednesday 'and ''nlIUlld ,. .
,1-.r.tk4 Aug 7-i. Based on thenpvelby tll lM l'OQPAUgFLiiyNC1ULE'{' '. "
; r
.t. $? { Hanold. Robbins find, flmed ) r. THURSDAY, AUG: 8' ADMISSION $1.00 .. ,..
IB. Panavlslon and TJtohr ,4..,. .... If
For this. nicoJor it star pe rte yPpard ...
Alan TAdd; Bob -Cumminga > -PLUS-' 0H STAGE-LIVE
.' Martha :' : .; m.
felW 'ti'TRt1RSDAY.
beth MhJey.'Lsvr' Ayre, MarIn -
ADDING ( 'Balaajn.VRalpOi/CPaeffer{ I DR BRIKI1 ELL
MACHINE Arcble-s ;Moore. and Carroll e r

.Baker- .. Okt',r If oa sows ,.
t. i'
: 1 ; ?
f 1

Adds J ecen, # llJ.fjj ;, ; A '

Subtracts j Bradford I County Hospital Ue
'announce.* stile, allowing
.Births: SUN* MON, TUBS.--.AUG. 4, 5, 6JVIGM. ,
I *Multiplies I( ''Mrw and' Mr.1'bar1' Jack 4

son.;: Starke. ...,ac.>, Shaun ''
Credit Balance Michael, July 26., u'AMaerQisilc

:' Mr.- ind., Mr: ....D T :,id ':;;Earl: d i "l lViSiM'( ',

Woodard, ."tarkd 4".&.
TOTALS TO 999,999.99 ter. Betty Suaan.. July' 38. .4 r' d l'ter' .
Mr. and ArF: ,-Enna: CDes''.. v
VJ, ter Uaritt. :Jr., .Waldo a. son,
Christopher-Jason. :July I S8.Mr. ...'
At Last. A l Portable Electric Adding Machine With The '.\ and afro wilUam .Earl K

Touch, Speed, And Keyboard Arrangement: Of A XJulc .k Lake .Butler. -* son, r .

Heavyweight Machine. William, Drew July- 30.,. .BIIIBIXBY
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10 KEY OPERATORS. INCLUDING CPA'S, I'i '. t'' George 'H. 'Onnt of Stub ,. ? pe'thtrt'

PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS BOOKKEEPERS has !been elected to 'member '

f ship in the, American !'Angus Ri'YVtjG..1, 8. -'ANDtiealaltietedetia810I .'.::1Iij1. .
( Association at St. Joseph,, Mo. 'f' ,
Compare With Machines Costing Twice As' .Mu h! Orejflry.--..-- itr. Jeo'of .
Starlu, .JiMJbecn; ,i aram..clJlinlor : v It H urtfc ittiii>fl Will WttlMc In a Uletinw 90(hatmwr .

SEEING IS ''BELIEVINGDRADFOAD /DDberabp which entitles il .
skim fo rlvleges'"f the G" I
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"I'HtmSDAY, AUOUST I. 1988 IIRADI'ORD COUNTY TEi.JcORAI'1I. 8TARKE. nORmA" Section! Three Page Four

ed down a little. :But I would Cook and family of Jackson Wants. to hear about my cat. height of two Inches.Be wigs are becoming a nuisance,. of seed protectant through th: FIRST UNITED METHODIST I

say that this is to be expec vllle. spent last week .in'' Mr. But I'll try to do my best sure to remove the heavy you can try chlordane or tox opening and mix it with th' STARKE

ed around this time of year Abshlre's cabin. To,think of something to clipping from the lawn. Leaving aphene. Many of the earwig I seed by shaking the packet
VOICE of theSPORTSMAN I personally am just sitting Peggy Voyles was home write. them on the lawn will almost will survive the insecticidE i Spergon, Arasan and Semesa,:1 Sunday-Church School, 9:45: I
and waiting "on ready" for from St. John River Jr...College Although sometimes I could- smother the grass (a, application. However, the feel., are among the chemicals yo a. m. Holy Communion. a.

I 'those Mayflies to move in on over the weekend.. and n't think ,up one, death. Ing that you are getting revenge may choose to use for treatln m. :MTF Activities: 7 6:30:m.p.Bvenlng xu.-

the lake .[those tan looking sang at lbs Communlt If :stayed. up all ,night. Centipede lawns often take I will give y>u a moral I seeds. SITu Meeting 8 us.MondayComm1s1iOfl p..

By files with long tails Last Church in Keystone, on Sun When you try to write one on a yellowish cast following victory even If the pests ;remain Worship p. on Ed-

Mike\ Chltty year they covered Santa Fe day. different. leaching summer rains. as unwanted guests. Mrs. Ella Kersey 7 In. Official Board
and everywhere you looked Spec 4 Robert E.. Powell. ,Each,and every week. You can restore the 8'1'88Tlcolor Watch out for army wormsIn : Services ucation, p.

Phone 475-2171 Bream were'striking them. In and Johnny Powell,of Stafke, .You\ > sometimes think so long by spraying the grass the lawn. They can ruin FridayIn 8 p.WednesdayPrayer Meetingand

fact. I even saw some of the and Ruth McKelvey of' Daytona and hard, with an Iron sulfate solution. Bermuda. and S:. Augustinegrass Bradenton I Bible Study 8 tn.

Bream jump clean'out of the Beach, were down :vlslf- .TUI; your mind begins to Apply a spray mixture of 2 in a hurry Sevin or tox Chancel, p.Choir Rehearsal -
Greetings fellow fish lovers, Saturday morning and water after those, flies. My tug us MondayRobert' Jus equeek. teaspoons of the Iron compound aphene will control this pestIf ; Mrs. Ella Onann Kersey, 85: Thursday-

did they bite for ya? They caught 18 Shdcrackers.Leon. Uncle Alfred'Hudson and I returned from A 'six month Well.. what do you know my per 3 gallons' water used accord In J to the man- died Tuesday night In a con- 7:30 p. an.SatuMayStlY.
; Picnic.
S.... bit pretty good for some peo, ard Plotts caught 8 Bass. tried every bait we could tour of duty In Vietnam: He friends,, per 50 square feet of lawn ufacturer's recommendations valescent home at Bradenton

.pie, even though they've aorta' Shlpman's Camp [west find, but nothing' worked. had already completed one ,While sitting here talking to area. Chelated iron productsalso DDT. an old stand-by chemical She was .the sister of Mrs. L. Club l

,. slowed down because of thhot shore Santa Fe] also reports Finally after It was too late year there before this tour. )'OU.t are recommended for coloring will kill the worms In U. Morgan of Route 2. StIu'ke.Besldl'S Quarterback ." .

weather. While Otis Mel- that the fish klnda slacked we found a couple of artifIcial -'Robert will spend hi*. lat!; 'seem to have formed a up a washed-out colored some sections of the state. her sister here, :she To Meet Aug. 5 *
ton and I were out riding off a little because of the Mayflies and caught a eleven months In service In poem. lawn. Annuals Is survived by two other listers

around In the boat we stop- heat. But In. spite of the' few on them. This year. I Germany. All letters ,will ":be And till next week It'll Just Don't become alarmed If you Get ready for fall annuals. Mrs. Bertyce Gnann Phoenixand The Quarterback Club will

ped and asked several people thermometer, Skeeter Proctor have the Mayflies and I'm appreciated very' much.; i. have to do. discover earwigs in your lawn.A Remember most of the choice Mrs. Ellen O'Nealboth/ of hold Its first meeting -of the,

what they were catching. ,and Billy Tomlinson and ready for 'em. I Just hope English and Romania.H1J. )- number of home owners annuals are planted during St. PeterS'bu' 'g; one brother, new season at 8.p.. m*.Monday

One man said he was catchIng daughter of Gainesville, 45 theyll be waiting/ for me. ton of Jacksonville were have reported them recently. August and September. George Grann Deerfield .Aug. 5, in the field

Shiners and another Specs and Bream. There,werea Well fishermen that's all down over the weekend enJoying Let's GoGardeninv These vicious looking little For best results. University Beach; and half-brother, Ro- house. President iJohn C.

man said nothing. But. when number of other nice the news for another week. the lake. insects may startle you. However ornamental specialists recommend phile Gnann of Casaie !Fla.Funer.il Stephens urges all"past, pre

you consider that they were catches ,by folks from GVllle. Let me know about that big Once again we.come to the the conspiclous pair of sowing the seeda f In a services will be held 'sent. and future" 'members

fishing In the middle of the. Jax. Tampa, and Baldwin.My un, and'I'll be glad to put It end of the news. Since thereIs hooks at the end of their abdomen Hat. In these shallow boxes at 11 a m. ![Friday, Aug.: 2,. In to attend and help make
day, you'll understand why grandparents Hubert In my column. So till next no more I'll Just say "May belles the looks. Ear- you can control condition Sharrcn Funeral Home Braden plans for the upcoming sea-

they weren't catching fish. and Palma Chltty of Starke, week. "Good-bye and GOOD God bless and keep. you." wigs do not live up to the superstition better than If you planted the ton.

Because, as you probably were deep sea fishing in Mo- LUCK:! low, Here's Leeon. of attacking peopleIn seed In the flower garden. son.Regular meetings will beheld
By Hervey Snarpe! editor CARD OF THANKS
know, the fish move out to bile last week.Hubert caughta LEEON'S CORRNER the ear.UnIversIty. To Insure disease-free seed on the first Monday of
deep water when it gets real 23 lb. Cravelle and Palma "Stymied" Florida Agricultural Extension of Florida Agricultural / Ungs. purchase disease-free We are sincerely \grateful! each month at the same time

'hot. While riding around. we landed five :Bluefish. Here I sit I'm stymied. Service! Experiment Station seeds and plant them In clean to friends and neighbors for and place.
saw a real neat outfit. especially INDIAN BEACH their. many kind acts of sym-
Last week my aunt ,Clara What shall I write about ,. entomologists say earwigs are soil. You can make the soil
.-' for fishing on the Sullivan. caught her first now? Don't give your lawn a close harmless to humans and are tee of most germs, weed seeds pathy during our sad berea- CARD OF THANKS

brush-piles. It was a boat large baSS. She and Uncle A boy or girl In love? shave when you return from a not apt to damage lawns. and soil pests by bating! the vement in the death of Robert We wish to thank. our

(about 10' by 20'. and It James went fishing Monday [From proceeding Pagel Or maybe a lonesome cow. vacation.A He says they are commonly earth In an oven for an hour Crawford. Our appreciation friends for the kindness and

had what looked like a evening and'she landed a 7- I'm sitting here at my type crew-cut especially after found beneath boards, in woodpiles and a half at 170 degrees. cannot be adequately ex sympathy shown during the

creened-ln party room bull pounder David and Mary Sunday with her parents. writer. he grass has grown tall and under leaves, and In Prior to planting treat the pressed. Father mother wife loss of our loved one, especially -

on It. With the roof on It. Stegall went late that even- I and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter. Trying to think of a rhyme. shall'gyIa more torture than other plant material. They become seed to prevent decay, pre-ern- and children brothers and Dr. Barry and the staff
the people could fish while Mr. and Mrs. David Reid and most stand. In well and sIsters. of Jones Funeral Home. The
Ing to the same small lake 11 don't get on It grasses can numerous kept emergence damping-off
sitting in the shade, and the and caught 8 bass.tfi1 i children of Jacksonville arrived I:11: never be through on time Get the grass back In the la\*'TI'I. Earwigs are largely other' aliments it takes only family >of Robert R. Cooper.JElito'Kf. .

bugs were kept out by the Monday morning to I could write one about Honey well groomed habit by nipping scavengers feeding on dead a couple of minutes to treat a RULED LEGAL PADS,

screen. If you've done any spend week with the Carpenters only an; ''inch or two at the and decaying organic matter. package of seed. All you need Steno Notebooks Order Books, ,

fishing on brush-piles, you But I've already done that. fIrst cutting. Then' after three They rarely damage plants.In do to tear off a corner of thepacket etc. Bradford County Tele- gu rI --- -
know how nice Mr. and Mrs C L. Ralne -
a roof over : And I doubt that:anyone else. to five days, mow, down to a the. event. you. find ear- toss In a small pinch graph. t
your head would be, of r Jacksonville, ----1 1I
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Griffin's Lodge east shore David Raines of Talla-1

Santa FeJ.) reports that the I hassee, were at the Raines'
:Bass have been biting around lake home over the weekend.

daylight, and about dark. It's I The David Raines' plan i to
Just been too hot for them I spend thlff week at, the Jake.I 7i1Lsi

during the day. Tuesday and Regina Hall and Chris of I

Wednesday Alan Griffin guided I Savannah, Oa.. Minnie Ogla.

Jim Wade. Jacksonville, I Johnny and Joan Quinn.' of'
they caught .6 Bass on Tues. ; Rincon. Ga., and D. E. White "

day and 7 on' 'Wednesday.t of Waycross. Oa.. are visitingMr. .
Saturday Alan guided Mr. 1 and Mrs. George Ellis.
Zellner -Jacksonville., and Dr' and Mrs. Carl Caven It you find your name among; the Classified Ads, kasha 20', x 24' wide. Buddy- George E. LaRue
Clemson, Layton travel trail-
saught 3 Bass and '36 Shell- dish of Alderson.W. Va.. and .A1V-O IMM HVfii'll
come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO era. Liberty, Taylor, Azalea. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
crackers. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Richards -
'Roy Griffin guided The bass In this
picture Buy, sell, trade. Year bank fInancing I- Fire Homeowner
Mrj Zellner and Mr.. Cone on were caught by Boy' Griffin of Augusta.. Oa.,.were FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive. free sat up and do- I Sfl'lMtf
....Thursday and they caught 9 and William Rogers ,a' game down at the Cavendish lake I livery. BUCKEYE TRAILER LIFE & ACCIDENT,

Bass On Saturday Roy guided warden from Way cross,. Ga., ,home for a visit recently. Theatre Passes In.HASTINGS. MART. INC., 6912 Blanding I Keystone Heights 473-4692
Lt. and :Bro-
John Sldowskl and they Jax 7718776.USED tehg
As you can teilby. these shear are ,visiting Mr. and I

caught 18 Shellcrackers. Len- reports. even though., fish i Mrs, Doyle. ,James. Lt. Bro- MATTRESS FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR R t- VACUUM cleaner reconditioned BIC PENS. Bali Point Re-

Jacksonville went out early were caught, they .have.'slow- shear leaving for Vletnair:L & UPHOLSTERY WORKS frlgeratlon Service. Home an d 415 up. 10 different fills. Bradford County Tele-

r oon. "Good luck. Sir!t" CLASSIFIED AD BATES lift 'Lemon St. Palatka Commercial. Phone 4733090P. ( -- name brands1 to choose from. graph. GUARANTEED Quality Watkins -

I Mrs. Jackie Lanler and I Up to IS words _____ UBS Furniture Repaired O. Box 19, Keystone. tfch,! Parts tf: excellent repairs aS WANTED USED nas cook Products. For free delivery -
.sons are vacationing In,:MI'I -' & Refinished makes. KIRBY SALES ASHIRVICE phone 964-6094. 'tfchg
Upholstered : ,
(Minimum charge) THANK YOU NOTESBeaRtitully' : stove electric refrigerators. ,
JACKSONVILLE I I ami this week. / MATTRESSES REBUILT engraved la gold o r 712 N. Main.; Qalnes- .
and Mrs-Phdl Lintel oi r Each!: word 15 beds dinette sets bedroom
Mr. over 4)7) vale 376-7110. tfcb.g'FIliNG
Nejjr Innerspring silver. $1.25 for box of 23, Including sets, sofas and chairs. Phone BUY- SELl.TRADB
I Jacksonville are : Extra charge If not 'and l Box Springs envelopes. Bradfon j 964-7923. Dahmers. tfchg BILL POWELL
the Lanier cottage, thli C. A Cord or Call t f CABINETS Type-
paid In advance _, .35 Drop County Telegraph. : 'Real EstateAirconditioned '.
week. PALATKA EA 5-9166 writer Stands Desks, Chairs. LABEL MAKERS. from

Business Directory) :Betty Mac end Chuck MeGowan 'MBS. PEGGY 8IIALLEB INSURANCEAT !: Safes. Bradford County $9.95Bradford County Tele- concrete block
Memorials Revolution .1
of Jacksonville! spent
:309 E. Adklna St. REDUCED!: !: RATES Telegraph. graph. Ph. 964-6303. home on paved street -beautifully
the weekend with the Jack:
Miller family. Mac is recovering 7 cents per word I Stark, Agent AUTO FIRE BOAT landscaped and fenced
DOYLE B. CONNER -1650 sq. ft. Improved livIng -
:Auto Sates & 'ServiceLANDROVER MOTORCYCLES nicely from a heart at CARDS OP THANKS ADDIACIIiNE ROLLS, INSVRANCB] AGENCYPUMPS BE A area. $400 Down approximately
tack. Coburn and Sirzy .
Peggy, .
File Folders;complete line office tfchj I $75.00 per month.
Rain'' and Ginger McKln- WIFE
60 words or 1 less 8.00 Telegraph. : SAVER!
ney of Gainesville, were Sun- aupplles.The OVER ONE :AORiE IN TOWN,,
The World's Finest In H 0 N..D A.MONTESA. day dinner guests of the Millers Each word over SO .07 Ph 981-6305. I 4. bedroom-Bath-Kitchen.
4'. Wheel Drives ,I- GET HER A
,,Denise Middleton of Ft A: N. Holllday > Separate iLiv. !Km. and Din.
[ .Bold and Serviced byRoberts' Myers, visited the Millers NEW AND USED Rm. Front Screen Porch.-Back

Chevrolet Sunday afternoon. IN TOWN I FOR SALE or rent-4-berl- SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep > : FEDDERS Porch. Refinished Wood Floors

Green Jacksonville Cove Springs! 3033 MOTORS & (CYCLES CO. Peggy Coburn. and SUZY Lakeside Home room, brick home, alr-concli- & Shallow Wells ROOM AIR CONDITIONER 't' I.I I. Carport. Would You Believe'
a64-96UO See Honda's Hot MOl! tloned and central heat fine '
Rain and Ginger McKinney '0,750.RUBBER.
Water Softeners& Filters
4949 Standing Blvd. spent the weekend at theRains' 2 Story 6 Rooms location 323 N. Walnut St. ;I "World's Largest Selling Brand"

Parrish Motors Phone 771-8244, lake home. ,$9,150 $130 per month available Au- .Fxpert Service On STAMPS andPads.
gust 25, call Gainesville 376- All Makes I SEE 'EM Bradford Tele..
MOTORS CYCLES Mr. and Mrs M. J. Johnsof Winkler Electric County
S. E. Realtor 9666 8tchg 8/29 Phone 964-7061 ,
.BALES 4940 Blandlng Blvd. 771-8214 Jacksonville were down TQDAYI. traph. Ph 94-6303.
enjoying the lake
: Keystone freights AND SUPPLY>> CO. Inc. SEVERAL GOOD USED AddIng .
end.Pap 473-4816 Machines for sale electrics
and Reba Norsworthy>> '
Ph. 961-7596
MUSIC ZIG ZAG 234 N. Temple ; subtraction, credit bal-
'. Always Good Used Cars attended the Green-Owens Does all fancy designs Buttonholes FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE ance. Bradford County Tele

P11 Laura St Ph. S56-S854, ,, "__ '_ 4-. family reunion .in Lake City Call FCRR'F-Lerge 8M'886. Mrs.warehouse. .Green. 'i Applique, Monograms, ready for occupancy. 3 bedroom M L. Conner graph. tf
I at'the home f .u-.o- Darns: Mends, etc. Balance re'irain4sig' > l'/4 bath. Treated' Jiul;; DID YOU KNOW It's easy tolawn I ----- -
BEAUTY ACADEMY : Paulus JMusic Co. on Sunday. Over 100 r people : :\' "M- .3.20.. or pay $5: per outside of city limits In a Longohamp Home?I MIMEO STENCILS and Ink. FOR SALE By Owner.

attended tWs -affair, from' 1 month For FRRE Home Demonstration Flnebreeze. Easy raonthlj F Better built for FJwlda liv Duplicating I machines and Modern 3 bdrm. block house

American Band it: String Instrument Florida. South Carolina, and :HEADLIGHTS:A.D.J call service Mgr. terms. Longchamp Const Co. ing. Tour plan or ours. supplies. Bradford Count close in town, plus 30 x: 30

Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers Louisiana. 'This family arrived $2.00 per vehicle state approved -'COLLfflXnW378-1356( Gainesville Contact Bi fold Mitchell,. Your lot or ours. Contact Buford Telegraph. blk.- bldg. on location. Ph.
Hairstyling Florida about 1850 from : Fla. 4tch "8/1 Starke.
School Suppllee-InatrucUon Wearer XncpecUonBqtilp- P0646&53.4'j.l.' Boi: Mitchell phone 964- 964-5174 tfchg
Academy the Barnwell district In ment. See, George Ricks," '314 338 Stark, 'tf Ptarke. Used Mowers Punh or Ride
Roberta Recorder nw 35Q 11: 238.
DRESSMAKING -. alterations ..... FOR RENT small unfurnIshed -
XI W. South Carolina., and settled mile nOl"th'of' Stark: on'. 301'. -..... .W.: We Trade We RepairFIRESTONE
855-9591 Music Llbrary-ExpItI't around Lake City. Come but at your'conven1e and aU kinds of sewingin LEGAL FORMS. Bradford I house close In. Call

RiveraideHairstylthg Repair Department Mrs. LJnnle Norwood returned or call 'for appointment. t .my home. Ph. 964-5348 County Telegraph Ph,. Free Pick Up Service* 964-5724. tfchg
41 Monroe ,
W. 395-8447 8'8
i .. ,- -. to Miami, after a visit Guar nteed. Ph. ,9940184.tfctig 4trhg 984-6305. JIMMY MOORE'S In City HELP WANTED-Motel and

with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nor- <. : FOR SALE 1962 Dodge MEN' WANTED Laundry SUN SPORTS Phone 964-7599: kitchen work. Keystone area.

Academy PIANOS- .. 1 wood and is leaving soon for Lancer; 2 dr. hardtop; 6 cyl; workers. Kitchen -aids labor- MOORE BOAT FOR tf Write "P" Drawer' A, Starke.
to Colorado and Wyoming -
a trip
2609 Park 8!!*. 888-8537 Make An Offer auto. transm: low mileage; ers, cottage parents, watchman YOUR MONEY Itchg

Modem Styling local owner. $600 cash. Ph.I cooks and clerks ground- Starke Ph. B64-8TO1 USED FURNItURE
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Day : Must Be Sold At tf
Qualified Instructors For:' ,Musical.: Advice j FJorahome. were visiting 964-7608. keeper. truck driver. Five SERVICE AND APPLIANCES This is for you.Special Groupof
Accredited VA Approved Some Price day ,week eight hour SPECIAL
C. RTERjMCE| their daughter and son-ini UPHOLSTERING dresves' in our Summer
Day or Night Classes ,I State retirement, vacations USED FISHING ENGINES: __ .
L law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 909 Edward Road. Small Clearance $8. EXPECTANTLY
ELECTRIC MOTORS ..j't, >". u < SchmItt on Sunday, Mr.. and frame home,..needs-some re sick leave.If Interested please 1964 Mercury S.9IIP. FENNELL'S YOURS 706 University,
ti in 1967 Johnson 9 IIP
apply person PersonnelManager ,
Mrs Robert Kelly and familyof pair Conftl1len& & schools BARGAIN CENTER Gainesville. ,Itchg
: ,. 1966 Sean Used ,
'. ': Sunland TrainIng 7y2HP.
Peavy Brothers : Gamnvllle were also visiting and shopping."Immedlate' I'/i' Ml. So. 301 Starke
po- -
the: Center, Gainesville Fla. Stmnpltnnrkrr. FOR SALE-Heavy duty Ken-
Electric Co.ELECTRIC Chickening and .Other Scitinhtta.1 nesclon.1 Foe'Information': tfchg more double load washing machine "
T C."Miller.Alan, OrIWn. I
Frank Matthew, .813-4001
Name Brand Pianos 6 month old; $100.
MOTORS KIMBALL "SWrNaEB" and Jean Schmitt all celebrated Atlanta, 'Oa.. collect, Xtchg I FOR,RENTCafe and sand- bed electric guitars and amplifiers Ph. 964-6947.. :Itchg
SeoldBervlcedRepalredGeneratoreStarters their, "Tues wich
birthday on shop Reno area. 739 Service
ORGANS day.: "Happy Birthday y'alll"! i .'-8 Oak 'St. Willie Brown. Ph. refrigerators by day Prompt HOUSE' FOR SALE-3 bed.

Armatmre Rewinding Roosevelt Mall .388-8519.. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ross of I WANTED 964-3581. tfchg week or month. Phone 964- For room, 2 bath living room, dinting -
4014 7923. Dahmers. Repairs
Lenox: 387-2328 I. tfchg
Jacksonville are down:; at I Newcomer to StarkeVari.ts: to I.i ; room Idtclhten! : and den.

MATERNITY WEAR SEWING CENTER their lake home 'for three I buy used portable television. I NEWDoItYourseff SEWING l1A0H1NEScleani' FOR RENT unfurnished 2 LARGE OR SMALL Central heat;corner lot. South
weeks. 'Any make. Must be in good ed oiled. and adjusted in your II bedroom C. B. house near Water St. Ph. 964-6871.

:Betty Jean Nantz and sons. condition, Reasonable priced I i home: 300. Vacuum cleaners Hampton School. Call 964- QUALITYPLUMBING tfchg

David, Kevin and Darin of Write P. 0 Box 995 Starke. repaired also. All work guar 5267. tfchsr
H.&N. I I anteed. Dennis E.. Cogging. FOR RENT-Three room furnished
Jacksonville spent Saturdaywith
Rt. 1 Box 89. Raiford. 4tp 88| CO. apartment. 'Alr-condl-
her sister, Mrs. James FOR 9AJLE-4662 Dodge; Lancer I FOR
RENT Alr-condltloned
.tf SEWING CENTER i tlon d: 'automatlo'gas heat.
: Robbins.Billy and Jimmy ; '2 dr. hardtop; 9 cyL; auto. j MAMA PRIEST Nursery furnished efficiency apart- Ph. 964-5039 Across from high school and

Console Model make fancy designs were home for the weekend' transm. tow mileage; local SEAMLESS School now accepting reser ment. Renner Apts. 633 McMa- :,, elementary school. 414 W.

stitches monograms, with their parents. owner. Ph. 964-7808. vations. Ages 3 thru :S. Phone hon St. Ph. 964-6279 tfchd Washington.' Call Waldo 468-
Mrs. ,Ruby Wolfe and Mrs.H. 964-7254 '
6tchsr 8.29
overcasts, sews on buttons 1885. 2tp 8-8
OLD COINS Bought, 1I01d, FLOORING 2 BEDROOM Trailer for rent.
.1aek onV1lle.. Moat Complete, make button holes & blind T. Smith were Sunday Vernon Crosby
Shop for Mother- -Be stlitches. No attachments dinner guests of Mr. an4 Mrs. and appraised at Qulgleys MEN .WANTED-Men cottage Screened in 'porch. West Market -
X. M. Smith and family in Museum 1-5 p. m.'every Sat parents. Age 21-60. Startingpay Road. Ph. 964-7460 ltp I FOR SALE-House and furn- FOR SALE-2 display cases
JUDY'SMATERNALANE I Demonstrators $48 or $6 pel'mo Starke. The X. M. Smith'sreturned urday. ltcligMOV'INOS4j.ote $295 month promotion iture 210 N. Cherry. Ph. 964- with sliding glass doors 36xl8x-

Call Jax 771-1850: home with them. .- !WE MAKE( : opportunities and regular increases FOR SALE-Purebred> Chihuahua -. 6250 or 964-7271. ,tfchp 40; $15 each. One Bundy clarinet

1UO7( Park St. 81.1-5013 I Sunday afternoon. Keith heater, $25;-10 gal. water cool in pay. 8 hour day. puppies.Reasonably priced.Ph. I FREE=Kittens, just right age 4734793.; $23.: Phone 964-6707 Itchg or

WESTERN STORE Cheshire and Willie Wetts-,er, $10: dressing: table, JSTree-' : KEYS, : 5 day week sick leave. vacatIons 964-7956.: 2tp for children's pets. Ph. 964-
MOTORCYCLES teln of Gainesville,, were. via?i ord 8 : ,< state retirement. If Interested : 6813.
player, records, 15 atlll Up
r ; -, '
iting the Smiths. please apply in person FREE-8 pretty. healthy
fife .
oil painting '$25: other FOR SALE-Two house trailen
TriumphOf Louise and Paulette Strand- items. J. W. !Plympton, Law- .... Personnel Manager. Sun- ; 2 males and 6 females. 2 SEVERAlTReglstered'Quarterhorses : One 1-bedroom and one
LITTLE berg of Jacksonville are still Fla. ''J FOR SAiUE-S (bedroom home land Training Center Oalnesvllle months old. William R. Reed for sale Ph. 964-6743./
DUDEI Cnorth 801 2-bedroom. Westmoreland
on ]large Fla room. 2 acres land. Fla. 4tchg 8/18 'Tit. 2. (Box 216HE:, south! of Itp i
Mrs. Jo Strandberg.
I visiting 1st dirt road to loft). ; Trailer Park. Phone 964-6857
JacksonvilleQTAMAIIA Western Store and Charles cams down 4.& miles West of Lawtey. Starke on 3O1 First chicken
TRIUMPH again to spend the weekend atchg 1 Phone 782-3420. 2tchg 8-8 COOK WANTED: Must be ex form on right. Itp FOR SALE-1962 Ford PIckup or 964-7961.; tfchg
Western --- perienced. Good salary. Apply, --- LWB Radio and heater. Electric I
ytco To 600co6aM Clothing Leather.goods. -
with his family. Alfred and FOR RENT-Vurniahea! cottage I _
-'Farts Service Saddles and Trailer :FOR SALTO-One Coon""Hunting in person.-Longhorn Restau-! PRODUCTSAwnings I stove refrigerator. R. P. FOR BALm Two bedroom
Zaclc.Tompkln! of Lake City on 'Hampton Lake, available ',
I hound : 'Patios Cabanas,
dog. Phone 782-3265 rant.
Heed Motorcycles In Stock Charles A Sharon Petty tf/chg Bryan. 964-6208. Itchg I frame house on one acre. Well
2Z3 U. s. I S. spent Saturday with Mr. last two weeks in Augustand J Lawtey, Fla. Carport Boatshed.t. Utility
Phillip llwy ftp
903 8. Erigewood water Clay Electric Newly
384-U10 Strandberg.Mr. all ''September. Contact I I. .1 B H H HBMBM. FOR ..
JW9-7245 iSAIJ Used electric IBU .11nItalsd ,An 'Florida TYPEWRITERS: Manual or
Jacksonville. decorated. Small
and Mrs. Ra.vmondj I!Nate Dyal. Hampton> Lake, attar -r I'TWO NAYMKXWERS: ; 1 hay 1 rung! Call 964-5103. Mob.le Homes, Keystone Hts. Electric. For sale or rent. -I payment. Phone 7500.96-1-6684.down

6 :p. 466-1225.. ItciJg 1 rake for sale. Ph. 984-6742. Itpi j _. .. ._ 2tchg 8-8, Pfc. 47.3-4X78 ._ Jtfchg Bradford County Telecraph. -'0.Itp.


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