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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 8, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Official County Publication Established In 1879


VOLUME NINETY STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1968 Rf\\\'t NrMBER SEVEN

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StringSolved 7_ 4 I Lawtey Budget



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Herman Johnson visited

ow' .. ...... Lawtey Council meeting Board
.Aatrfnjf, of 23 break '. with "the same old cry I've Rejected By

ing and entering and rob- had for a long time -

beries over the past sever- there is no money for recreation -
"
al months has been clearedup .

by the Bradford Sheriff's After some discussion be- Goes To
tween Johnson and council v
office and the ritarke;
;: council
members, and among
Police Department.Five members, the problem appeared
persons nave been tfw _
to be not a lack of money F'
charged in live ot tile a:: at Ks!; w fy ;;wt l ___ AppealBoard
but a lack of Interest on the ___
and more will Have warrants or _
part of the Board of Recreation ).
Jt-'veniie petitions signed against
in Lawtey.
.them in trie'remaining 17 cases
According to Johnson the \
witmin DUB next lew flays, according
County has allocated $950)' for
'
to Deputy tmenrr Kooei
recreation this and $950
year
Green who is keeping' taos on
-- -An" for next The problem Is
year.
the 23 cases. By their silence Brad
James Benjamin Kigtit, 17, This was the scene a few moments following ferson Street crossing: Tuesday night. that the money must be collected ford (County Commissioners -

and John Henry! rond.. 16, both the car-train collision which took The passenger train, the Silver Star, i is through the Recreation turned down Wednes-

HtarKe charged iwith youths breaking, .nave and Been entering the lives of two teenage girls at the Jef in the background. that Board the; and board the has council been agreed Inac- day, Aug. 7, ''a compromise


grand larceny and grand larceny cilman O. E. Pearson pointedout Sheriff P. D. Reddish

on warrants signed August that Lawtey will lose the through a meditator from

1 by Btarke policeman Pat Hen- 2 Girls Die $r>(<) unless It Is used before the state comptroller's of-
Teenage

signed against a 19-year-old: Council Chairman R. E. matter Is now left for a

youth. Starling said that he would Councilman Neil Tucker, One Wiggins (chair- state appeal board to decide.

The three are charged WIth talk with Commissioner Dave man), and I*. T. Nolin hand over their $60 checks to Commissioner Buck Nor-
breaking into a building at zuu Shuford the next morning and the
man's motion to accept
East Call St. on Star tee, owned In Car-Train CrashGloria try to untangle the enarl. Clerk Merrill Edwards after the council meeting Tuesday $10,864 compromise Increase,

'iby Benjamin 'Barge Bustow.: / Council agreed that they shoulddo night.Their half what the sheriff originally
The building was ,iBroken into on what. ever is possible to receive three seats are up for grabs in the upcoming asked died for lack of a sec-
two occasions July 17 ana 211. the money so that it Sept. 10 off-year city election. Mayor Carl Hurst officially -

James Sylvester ,s" slier. ztf. Gay Gibson, 17, and Lillian Palma Richards, elate at the services, ISurial will "won't go dead" at the end of called for the election Tuesday. ond.The Commission was silent

'(Continued on Page Two) 18, were fatally injured in a car-train collision at the Funeral arrangements for September. Registration books are open at City hall after that and Carlyle Ausley.
I 6. Miss Richards had not been Apparently only the Negroesin and field
East Jefferson Street crossing Tuesday night, Aug. administrative aide
completed at pres time Thursday Lawtey have any type of
Miss Richards, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rich- Recreation at this supervisor for the comptroller's -

j' 2 Accidents ards of 627 Francis St., lived more than 24 hours after time. Johnson program owes bills a- office, said Sheriff Reddish' -
Is set for a hearing
Reno Sewer case
the collision. She was taken to the University of Florida mounting to $310 for equipment ProjectSet before the State Budget Appeal

i On U. S. 301 Medical Center in critical condition and died at 11 p.m. Hampton Girl 7 for the past two years. Council Board Aug. ]19 at 3 p. m In

t, to Jones Funeral Home here. agreed that this should be
Wednesday, according Tallahassee. A decision la ex-
In 5 Minutes Miss Gibson, daughter of Mr. Struck By CarA paid. By City Councily pected that day.

and Mrs L.. H. uioson Of 1U31Wut. Also receiving some discussion The compromise budget

,;: 'three.TwoM1apcciilentRclgygiytng vehicles! occurred five ,," Uilc.Madsk1nJ..ltreet.'tI !dtrat tM"'mMfOl'County was ,proI1 -. / "'of Wi'the, >ll.at Central. ..**Truck_, '<1r.Line<,'r'o.,. OffM < "-""e"itlrf"hQ11k\ seven-yeai'old* 1S flf"1'I't\W\\f""Wnetf"1 l'< {\ Hampton\!:\ II'II1fbtr-rtt""t1\'e"was\ "-the 1 post> dramatic*wvyeanr reduc-'*tor,\* ....A.*MuniivKr stait on i i. :extending- M*
" minutes apart" on 301 south of Hospital ehoiuy alter Both girls :were pinned inside struck .by a car last Tuesday the amount that. Lawtey receives service to the Reno section, have first priority however. $113,148. The Commission bas

Starke on a rainy Wednesday the accident occurred at 9.27 the automobile: police Juicer afternoon, Aug, 7, as She rode from the county from using $30,000 left] in the 1964 Sewerage additions In Renoto approved a five per cent Increase -
afternoon July 31.' Tuesday night: Mas Gibson was lat Henry received a badly lacerated a ,bicycle the Road and Bridge Tax. In sewer system expansion project come within the $30,000 or $92072, a. $4.418 Increase -
driving ner latnei's car. arm as men worked to Marlene Campbell, .daughter; 1966 the city received $1,173; over the sheriff's present
\ None of the seven persons was approved by the will consist of a pumping station
. free tile girls. of Mrs Marcelene Campbell of In 1967 $529 and $475 Is bud-
; $88,362 budget.
Involved was hospitalized Beth girls were 1'JbS! graduates Starke City Council Tuesday and a forced main, but
A witness told Chief Biggs a Hampton, was treated and re- It
In the first accident, at 4:30 or Bradford .High school. geted for the coming year. night, Aug. 0.Recommendation. will not provide immediate In the compromise, presented -
I freight had passed a few minutes leased from the Bradford Coun-
was thought that. the reduction to the commission by At-
'
p. m., a 57 Chevrolet went out Funeral services for Miss Gibson fore the additional hook-ona. Remainderof
Before the girls reached tile ty Hospital( fane! had a. lacera-
might be due In part to the torney Bill Sullivan of ThomasIt
of control skidded 108 feet on project was made by EngineerDon the work will be done in
will be held at Jones Memorial clear tile
which as
'tracks '! were
tion of the been to
thigh. has
fact that the county Pierce, the sheriff agreed
the west side of the shoulder, chapel m btarke 'inms- Ruckman of Reynolds stages as the money becomes
WiuardHines
car approached. Buildings: closeto Driver ot the car was using Its equipment to work on drop his request for a fifth
I hit SRD and continued and Hills and in- available.
Smith
sign
a was ,
2
day Aug.! 8, at p. m. obstructed the view ,
the track 511*, of Ora/tiam
another 90 feet before stop stated the city streets Council agreedto cluded In a list of items the A .1962 study set the cost of full-time deputy and a third
of tracks, Chief Biggs
The 16 Ford station the Hines was charged with drivIng Shu-
wagonin talk with Commissioner radio shift That. Sullivan said
ping. The driver,< Eldon Dar engineers told the- Council extending !sewer service to the
which the two girls were tra. in his report. while intoxicated He pleaded ford to clarify the matter. cut the budget $9,600.
rah student Waldo should be next entire .
a at was Miss Gibson was ,born in in budgeted year Reno area at $80-90,000
demolished. guilty county Judge's
veUnj. was totally
In other action council: A matron for the Jail re
charged by the' Florida.' Highway Starke: Sept 21, l\ 50. she was a Court Wednesday, Aug. 7, and Electrical Engineer Gordon Ruckman said in telling the
Patrol with falling to Traveling west on Jelterson. member of the aim Presbyterian was lined $150 or 60 days in Paid bills $3052 for opera- Friday, also of R, S,. & H, Council it ought to begin the quired by law now, was left In
have Ms vehicle under control. according to Police Chier .HD(- Church ion of the police car; $18,90 recommended that..a. new project now, the compromise offer and a '"
Damages to the car were estimated by Biggs, the car failed to stop Jail for operation of the city truck: water cooling tower be built at "It's been In our annual report part-time deputy' who would
at $300. at the crossing. A witness Surviving are ner parents, and $35 to J. R. Kelly (county the power plant with $35,150 for several years but it's have worked 24-hours per week
stated the signals were operating Larry H. G1 Son and MaXIne IJHYAVT nEnmSIIICEAJ' '
The second accident, at > tax collector) for preparingthe left In the 19(16( constructionfund always been put aside,", Ruck- was added.
'llie train was .the teaOoardoastUne's ; Peterson uibson of Starke; a ( OrNTF.f) Most of the $10.672 increasesIn
two road and bridge statement. for the plant ex- 'ald.The .
Involved
4.35:; p. m., cars, power man
Gerald L. GIbSon of E, Reddish, uf Law-
Silver mar passen- brother: Bryant .
/ the compromise would have
both traveling south 301 Agreed to begin replacing Council had In mind
on pansion.The securing
Merritt Island, *'ia.. and her tey has been reappointed to
south of Starke. ger train, traveling. north stop signs around the city. engineers also recommended federal funds for the gone for salaries.
maternal grandmother, Mrs. the adfoicl: County Develop
According to the FlIP a 1962 me car was knocked :S5 I:) lect Mary Peterson of Macoino. 111. ment Authority, according to Decided to push their invest- minor projects to be Reno sewer>project But Ruck- The compromise figures pre- ,.

Valient driven by. Francis Rose north toy the impact it was' Rev. Leon Morgan will offi- announcement from Tallahas illation of purchasing another carried out as far as the man said the city Is in no position sented Wednesday were "bas-thesheriff's
ed the
knowledge that
McKinney of Hampton was Lake truck (probably used) to re- money goes. The new Reno to ask federal funds; on
stopped it>y trucks parked bacK be in Crosoy bemetery. see.
office would not
traveling 'at a reduced rate of (Continued on Pane Two) sewerage equipment and the (Continued on Page Two) operate
speed "because of'road conditlons" 24-hours per ,day. but'!
would operate as ic is now,"
driven when by Mars a 1967 Davis Pontiac Cooperof Telegraph Editor Visits 'Opposition' Sullivan said.
"If that Is the way law en-
Jacksonville
approachedfrom
forcement is to be run in this
the rear, was unable to
slow down and skidded Into county, these are. our figures,"

the rear of the Valient. Sullivan told the commissioners -

None of the the four five passengers persona (Including in- With The GOP At Miami Beach 110 vice., "If. .you" want 24-hour. ser-

the McKlnney car) was serIously .| "What do you think ]law en-
forcement costs Bradford
injured. Damage to the
Valient was estimated at $ISO Nixon Nomination ForetoldIn haps its last- of a. National no doubt to "the power of the Miami Beach's greatest need delegates weren't troubled County citizens now?" Com-
and to the Pontiac at $200. Convention, One day was press." he didn't& have the Is more shade. Spreading oaks enough/ to listen while he said missioner Jerome Johns asked

Cooper was charged 'with Ovation Given To GoldwaterThe enough. After all, there are nerve to say !it. The ticket was- never looked more beautiful it. (They only had ears for "Is it worth it." Sullivan

"speed too fast for conditions" limits to human endurace and ours. than after trying to stand in Barry). asked Johns, returning QUes-. -
nomination of RichardM. Miami weren't really thinking and sacrifices that must be the non-existent shade of a Spotted and jotted: tion with question.

Nixon as Republican stand- anew. They were still thinkingIn made on behalf of readers palm tree for a couple of days. One man (believe it or not) Johns accused him of evad-

Help Send ard-bearer In the presidential terms of Barry Ooldwater. even those! as loyal as ours. Nixon had the biggest and wearing a Stassen button ing the question, then said law

t sweepstakes came as no surprise and the man he was support- For a while It began to l->ok most signs around town, but (May have been Stassen, unrecognizable enforcement in the county, and
An Underprivileged to one who attended the tog for the nominationRichard as if we weren't going to makeit RockY's Rockettes wore the in his new wig). its towns cost $201,000 per year

Monday night session of the M. Nixon onto the floor of the conven- shortest mini-skirts. Beautiful old ROney. Plaza. or $1839 cents per person
Boy or Girl GOP National Convention In At that point, the ultimate tion hall when, after almost a Republican men aren't hotel at the foot of Lincoln "We have to weigh the possibility
Miami Beach. outcome became obvious by day long attempt to unravelthe swayed by the dictates of male Road being torn down tomake of raising taxes against
..ToSalvation'
Although Nixon himself did deduction The observer had red tape of getting the fashion. There were more crew- room for another glittering Increasing services; we haveto

not appear on the convention only to ask himself this Question necessary credentials: for ad- cuts In convention hall than condominium.Huge worry about roads,' agricul-

Army floor-in .fact, didn't arrive In : "How could these Gold- mission! the last! guy with his were bangs and sideburns. pink elephant near en- ture, and health. Johns said
Miami Beach until Monday water-cheering delegates'!! bring hand on the coveted ticket, Beards and long hair were trance to the convention complex "Not Just the Sheriff's Depart

Summer Camp night-the tip-off came with themselves to vote for the liberal looked up archly and Inquired, seemingly taboo. -symbollc.no doubt of ment. I, personally think we

the rousing ovation given Bar Nelson. RockfeUer, even "Is The Telegraph a Republican Best male voice among the othepink elephants to be seen are doing a pretty conscientious
Bedford LakeIf ry Goldwater and the almost though they know they cannot newspaper?" Monday night speakers -Sen. by delegates before leaving for job."

fanatical cries. of "We want elect Nixon without the votesof By that time we were more Charles Percy who came home. The attorney said the com-

would like to Barry" we want Barry" Democratic defectors and than fully aware of the elaborate through crystal clear In spite Cops with rifles pacing 'the promise figures are. reason
sup-
you that rocked the mammoth con- Independents?" Even at the procedures that had been In spite :of the hazards, we of the poor acoustics roof of convention hall, and able.
port this worthwhile vention hall. risk of losing the election they devised to frustrate Demo- wouldn't have missed the opportunity Worst male voice-GOP Na- security guards so thick they "Be it $16 or $20 it Is the

project contact County When Goldwater started to could not bring themselves to crats, demonstrators, and gatecrashers 20 t attend this historic tional Chairman Ray. Bliss, even watched each other. best. Investment taxpayers'can

Judge T. A. Yawn or speak and until he finished, accept Rockefeller, a man In general from en- event -the first national who sounded like sandpaper Miami Beach police hauling make, unless you want something -
a hushed silence fell over the who e liberal philosophy, in tering the hall, and we had party convention! to be held feels (Unfortunately we left off cars parked under "No for nothing and that's&
any member of the hall which had heretofore buz- cluding tax policies, they dla- visions of that ticket going not only In Florida, but In the Miami before getting to hear Parking At Any Time" sign what we've been trying to getaway

Starke Rotary Club. zed like a beehive as other trust. back Into the drawer. But even entire South. But well thinka what the acoustics did to the along Collins Avenue. (What! from here "

speakers-some of them pretty As for Ronald Reagan, des- under those conditions we- long lima before we attemptto overripe tones of Senator No courtesy cards?) Sullivan was interrupted by

The CommunityState Important-might as well have pite his photogenic qualities like you know who -couldn'ttell buck ai'other one however. Dliksen.) Florida. delegates wearing Zedra Hamilton and Jerome

been speaking to a teemingant and "stage presence" on tele- a lie You can learn much more of Mayor John Lindsay of New flashy ,.orange: jackets, and Johns-
Bank hill for all the attention vision, he apparently was "It's Democratic," we mum- what is going on, and In Infinitely York came through. well and bunking at the plush Dora "How long have you been

they received. It was easy to never taken seriously bled weakly, hoping the dirty more comfort by turningon got a warm ovation, 'but as Country Club, some 15 miles) here, young man?" Hamilton

Accounts: now insuredup see that the GOP heart still As one TV commentator expressed word would be ]lost in the surrounding your TV set, or picking up one commentator put it, he from convention hall. asked, and Johns echoed him.

belongs to Barry It, "Wouldn't it be disturblnir hubbub "But you the morning newspaper sounded a little as if he were When asked where Gov. Kirk: "A few months. ." Sullivan

to $15,000 by In spite of the oft-repeated to see the candidatefor won't hold that against as, Just to make our trip deduct- trying to eound ]like! Winston was staying, a member of the said. J
convention theme-"we must President or Vice President will you?" we ended, some- CI1ur h111. Florida delegation is reportedto "I've been a tax payer !In
able, however, here are a few
Federal 1 Deposit Iiurarance think anew and act anew"Itwas of the United States making what lamely. choice bits that might have. Said keynoter Gov. Dan have replied, with some this county for 2'7))years. I

Corp. clear at that point that love to Barbara. Stanwyckon From the" expression! on his escaped CBS NBC, ABC AF, Evans: "It IK time to reach coolness: "He has two yachts know what we've been paying
the grassroots Republicans the ]late, late show?" face the ticket-holder wasn't down and touch this troubled a houseboat, and suite in sev- for ," Hamilton said.
who largely made up the 2,60S This was The Telegraph's 80 sure he didn't, but thanks UPI and the rest of the alpha- spirit of America., But the (Continued on Page Two) "I respect your position on

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AMlc Edward Jackson, also Mrs. Bertha !iMattox and Mrs. HUNTER REUNION FIRST HOSPITALThe

son of Mr. and Mrs. Blake Alton iMattox ot Gainesville With\ The GOP I I
first (hospital In the
/) j Jackson, visited here over the !mere Sunday vumrs of Mrs u. SET FOR AUG. 18
States. was built .by thaSpanish
United
D. Williams and Mr. and Mrs.L. ,
weekend while his brother was famuy Ke- '
TJie\ annual Hunter
at St. Auguatlne in
1 home. Edward !Is stationed at D. Groan
At I Miami Beach union will be held at the Suwan- 1597.
YV Eglln Field at Pensacola. Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green nave I a nee County .tteCI'eatlon.enier I

-'- Mr and Mrs. Brooke rauw returned from two weeKs visit) .,N err .,,1 +y al in Live OaK on Sunday I: Au. .
of Llke cittf were weekend with their son and daughter-in- j I I i [Continued Piorri Page One located at 215:
18. The center is
GLADYS MOOTY guesu of iMr. an4 Mrs. Dave law, Dr. and Mrs W. H. Green r' I descendants TilE SOUTIISIDE
All
eral hotels So It's hard to N. !r!;. Uuval St.
Phone 964-7808 fauiw. in Arlington, Vii. uuiey were tell. of wimam: Miles !Hunter are CIIUI CH OF CHRIST
Mr. and :Mrs. Kmrhew!; K. ,joined ''by tne ureeh's daughter, rid I A ,Baauet wncn
Gore Vldal, the liberal commentator urged to attend.
Ferryman jr. and family Mr.. and Mrs Pat Casey of ilr. and Mrs. Maurice Ed describing the GOP will be served at 1 p. m. Invites
!\ Pit. tttflt arrive Siitf- text tier son. JLer. wan nIB
;T"ort?; Myers are visiting Mr. wards Jr. and family were In day tor two weeks visit wife grandparents Mr. and Mrs curUs delegates as "slight/)" spooky" NOTICE I Hear
'and thLs Fort Pierce adding "They don't like
Mns T. L. Casey Sunday visiting jars Perryman/: U. Sanders sr., in spartan-
Mr. and Mrs. 6. O. Long and Rockefeller. He's too much a in tne BUS: iuo
feek. Mrs. Rosa Green is undergoing .burg, S, C. WnUe a.way, Mrs. Any person GOSPELOF
Mr. and Mrs R, R. Chasm brought back Mrs. E, C. Long, surgery today in !St.: Vin Lex Green went! turougn tne part of the 20th Century." graduation: class who wlSnes to THE

and'' famly were Bight-seeing in who had been there a week. cent's Hospital. Jonns-HopKins Clinic: in Baltimore As for the understatement of donate money toward noivers
Clearwater and St. and W. T. Brinson the how's this excerpt funeral ot Uiona Uio- CHRIST
Tampa Mr. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs .I!;;, U. rata andfamily' Md. .t ,, year lor tile
Petersburg. last week. of Valdosta Ga. were Sunday; spent;Saturday: to 'lues- Maj. and Mrs. Vernon Glenn from a memo Issued by GOP son and Lillian Richard leaveit

Mr. and Mrs M. J. Dyal of luncheon guests of Mrs. Betty day with Mr. and Mrs Ole tau and daughter! Uau, have returned headquarters to affluent wom at the BBS office. 8:30: Sunday Morning

Delray Beach were visiting Reddish Roy Turner returnedto ntsen in' New' Fort Ki&ney. W melt home in Bnreveport, ; 1 en delegates: "Furs will not! Radio Dial 1490
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Mrs. T. D. .Dyal from Sundayto Valdosta with the Brlnsons Judge George :1., Fatten is at La. alter three ,weeks visit wife be needed at any time In Miami WPXE -

Wednesday.Mrs. for an extended visit. tending the American Bar Association Mr. and Mrs. W. 1". Ulenn. Maj. Misery For KidsOver Beach, especially on the EZLRASE: TTJ'EWRITEi.PAPioK Worship Service

Mamie Lou Edwards Mrs. Guy Andrews attendeda and the .National Association Glenn will leave August 2ts for convention floor." Mimeo Paper Bond

was in Tampa last week visitIng luncheon at the home of of Trial judges. convention a year's duty in Vietnam'. 6,600 new textbooks were plied In the board room at P. 8.- We didn't see any Caper NotetJOk>> Fillers.fcradfoM Sunday, 11:00 A.M.

Mr. and Mrs C. Y. Mayo. Mrs. Robert F. Head Jr. In in Finuadeipnia tins Mr. and :Mrs. i*. 11. jouinson\ either.Sheriffs. : couuty Telegraph.
the USO Building this week to be Inventoried and numbered for Bible Study Sunday
Mrs Clyde Sinclair and Gainesville ,on Wednesday.Mr. wax\ nave returned alter an extend!

daughter Evelyn Joyce Denmark and Mrs. William '11. Fresh shelled peas by quart ed visit wrtti Mrs. Johnson's distribution to county schools which open In several weeks. LABEL MAKERS, from' 15 A.M. and 7 t .M.
Mooty and daughter of Winter Brother in Salem, Oregon. Four Cadillacs onld! have been purchased\ with the 116,580 It I
J. Roy Chasteen, Terry or bushel. Cowling Prodube I 89.95- Bradford County Telegraph. 3 Mi. South :3n US 30.1
Minx. John Torode, Mike MitShell. Haven were Sunday visitors of Market. Mr. and Mrs H,M. fcrf!; or tne took to get tile nevi books for Bradford 4,000 students, Supt. Tom Ph. 064-6305.

Stephen Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moot,. Mr.- and Mrs.; L. c. Aoants or Temple e Motel nave Had as re Casey, .ys.

) Warren returned Tuesday SN Ken Thomas !Is home on Bedford Lake nave had as visitors cent guests Lt. and Mrs U. U. Mrs. Joan Chltty, left, and Mrs. Ruth Darley are right In the Compromise I

from a six weeks study "0 days leave after a year In Mrs. Asta Jensen of bt.: Crawford and tamiiy ..of .Pensa I middle of it all.Itorcouncllman. -__._ A. -

', our in 'London"and Paris. Vietnam.. .. u He____.will report___to.__the.__ I,, Petersburg last:Wednesday! and cola, Mrs. Louena Kicniey .rindlamely .
*. Tom Edwards is parOclpa- U. 0. navy Pre-C\\JmmJaI5U'11' MTiursaay.. ana Scliool! la Newport R. I. on and Mr. and and grandsons Maro and Bruce with Rej cted'I Q : DE
Jlng In the'' National Angus ; Flynn sons and stated!: he ap-l I ling's, risner: IS charged [
Showmanship contest In LexJjngton Sent 1.Spec. Mrs. Uawid Jetty of Jacksonville Ely: of New symrna Beacl.: : proves of the new cooling tower -J breaking and entering Starling's I KOCH

:. Ky. this week. 4'Robert Earl Powell over cue weekend. Mr. and Airs diaries uur-- because it "has to be' on July. 4 and 20 and stump's [IContlnued From Page One] j MEDICAREAnd

.. Mr and Mrs Lee Edwards Is home on 45 days leave, after Mrs. Agnes Ueliusclo: ol Fa- kee and children ot: cincmhati done," but would like to think on July 7.Warrants.
18 months in Vietnam, after latka is a patient in tne Stat: 'Ye OhiO will arrive Sunday lor two about the additional projects for ''Breaking and entering that" Sullivan said and sat
JJ>f Fernandina, were visiting visit with Mr. and Mrs. Sick Room Home
which weeks
David he will go to Germanyfor Nursing Home until the next meeting The with intent 'to commit down.
Mr. and Mrs.; Browning
further duty Mr. ana MrS Linton Taylor Carl Lamar J&nns( at Kings- list .of priorities apparently petty, Jarcency were signed Sheriff Reddish Intervened I

:Jjn Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall of and daugnter' ol Jacksonville ley Lane.: suited the other council members against me pair by stance: **oliceman then asking Chairman: DavaShuford I Comfort/ SuppliesSALE

Mr. and Mt 3. Larry Stoner Memphis, Tenn. spent the past were visiting Mr and Mrs. Merritt Fresh shelled peed by quart however Willie Searcy:! on July to bring the matter to I

Jand' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Watson two weeks with Mrs. Duel. Williams on Saturday. I or bushel. Dowllnj !Product In other action, the Council: 22. Both pleaded 1 guilty before a vote and avoid argument AND -. RENTALSWHEEL
:*>f Ocala were weekend guests Miss Dell Moreoodt m ua and I I
Prescott and attended the Market. -Was advised by Ruckman County Judge 1' A. Yawn Norman's! motion which didn't
of Mr. and Mrs. George W.Brown. Brown family reunion recently University Georgia spent the Mr. and Mrs. V. it, Kramer to begin enforcing the ordinance after a preliminary nave been get a second followed I CHAIRS BED PANS .

:; at the Snl Smith home on weekend .with '!Her aunt, Mrs. visited Ur. and Mrs. William requiring service stations! bound over to Circuit court. II I CRUTCHESINCONTINENT

.. Mrs V.J.' Spengler and Crosby Lake Shores.Sp Joe Wilson. stone at Hiviera ueacn from and garages to maintain Kignt pleaded not guilty wnen WALKERS PANTS

Daughters and Mrs. Emma 4 Jeffery D. Jackson has 'Mrs. M. R. Banners and Thuraaay w suriu .y. traps Ruckman said arraigned and requested a !ipreimmary leant Ira flywheel horaepowernix URINALSCERVICAL
Badman visited the Stephen just completed a two week daughter: Carrie: 'were visiting Alan and Laurie iL&W ton ot grease : .nearing wnicn has not ryllniler, 4110 cabin Inch rile I CANES
Memorial Mr relatives in iwytneviile and Had- Ta11a81a see spent 'inursaay to he had received a letter from been .held. 'placernent;! ell end I tnglne unrjw FOAM CUSHIONS .
:poster; on Sunda) leave with his parents, the State Board of Health that yet ,lrhln( t not IPNY (him 21.6(10( '
.. Mrs Rodney Waldrop and and Mrs. Blake Jackson of lord, va., tne past two weeks. Tuesday with their grandparents Pona ,waived a preliminary pound( Grader shell be equips COLLARS ,
and oil In the Starke .
:Children of Charleston. S. C. Starke. He will be stationed In Miss: Mafia Moore of *''SU: Mr. and sacs H, A. .Law- water grease sewer system had reached hearing, pleaded guilty, and Has pad Insr. with dry type direct air elmtrla.('rlcuner. BIUI foot. t-

.are guests this week of Mr.Jjnd Vietnam with the' 82nd Air spent the !weekend witty tier lIOn Joining the family On been bound over to circuit: I operated i accelerator. dnrelera-
Koch for
You Can
Mrs J. P. Bloodworth., Borne Division. mother, Mrs. atartna iMaifreOTU2 ). ; Tuesday were Mrs Joe Jordan 49 part per million, a point Court. I i tor. electric- hour meter, rain Rely on Drugs
I
that is almost cap. hydraulic-ally
Tom Moore ox WowolHva. I and children ot Lake City and explosive. and' actuated
M The .Police Department Rteerlnfr and broker. em-loned Precision Quality and Service
I will IM name tine .weexenoAirs. Mrs. Bill Morar and children ot Ruckman said periodic aneriirs Ulnae ,nave been worKing I operators cab' with nafety RIaxN, ,
checks over a 24-hour period 12 foot liydraullcall.v I BhirtaMc I :
3 revealing facts '. Morgan Klcnarae , showed a level of 38-40 parts
.,. visiting Mr. and! Mrs. Lyle BUCK Mr. and Mrs. H. b, Hamilton past montn, ueuig teem togetn- type contralH,, either
in East Palatka on Sunday and attended the wedding ol A niece per million a much leas dangerous er and sorting teem out. power Hlilft or
tell you why Monday. Donna .Rae Uartoer to Jesse level But If the present "One thing Jed to another" clutch havlnw with oil Independ soled'maxtrr a Reasonable! Price. Filled) by Fla. Uegister-

Tom ..H.1tcl.Ill'. la ihome alter Oarcla in iMelQdurne on Satur level continues it could cause Deputy Green said, lealing ent prexxurP lubrication" ny tem ed Pharmacist. At Koch's 'Your Health' is

you should protect your talcing a six weeks course at .tale day. They also visifed!. Mr. and contamination of Alligator and through die tnick lues. and< featuring and 2/ reverne at leant ftpeedfi II forward and- Our Main Concern. May We Fill Your Next

Florida Presbyterian Uouege tn8t. Mrs. Don Andres and son in Cocoa Rowell Lake the engineer said Fisher and. Young were ar 1400 x 24 10 ply tllhB type tlren.. Prescription! 'lOpen
Shown a* option will be V
family with Nationwide'aCrlaaatder Petersburg. over; tn! weekend. -Instructed Clerk Merrill rested, for instance alter C1ty ..en rl flor.I type
Local admittances to Brad Mr. and Mrs W, I 1". \Herlongfad Edwards to turn, over to the Willie saW tnem I I The Hoard of fountr: Commlnnlonem Daily 8 A. M. 7 P. M.
O'ttcer Searcy
ford CoUnty\ Hospital; tale weeK as visitors- Mrs. Carrie city's Insurance company a '. will take Into cnnHlderntlon '' Sunday
Income Plan running witui two boxes in Heno. I the total' rnxt bid 10 A. M. 12 Noon
: include: Mrs. Annie cooper, Adams and nepn'ew, Hay Hesse claim for damages by Alvin The effacer had heard tne pair and the full! two year warranty ,
Mrs. Kiia) Jean smith! Paul of Saluda, tl. C. on Saturday ana Mann Mann's wife was injured Keno bid

1. On but of every three men over 35 will be disabled I Newsome, Mrs. orace page, Mr and 'Mrs W, H. Stemmeyer and his car damaged at was. 25! selling cents per cigarettes pack. He in kept !the I-urcp".ru! Bradford bidder County< will Road pnlnt ne Koch Drug StoreFREE
Charlie Coward and Mrs. KUDJ Mr. and Mrs. 1". V, HerKmg. and when the under carriage ana later nartment and No. 61 nn each
them under survellance <
before .
65 Hide ot the mxrhineChorlex
Johns, all of stance; Mrs.. liana: Mr. and Mrs. Mark nertong ol caught on a manhole cover at charged tne pair witrf the A. arbv I

2. The average length of disability is 5 years Mae JUtties Of Lawtey; KonaiaRaiulerson Jacksonville on Sunday. Brownlee and Water Sts. Starling( U Hi E's. Clinrle. A. Herb! DELIVERY PHONE 964-6757
and Mrs. KmmaM0t Mrs. Ernest: P. Boiand and -Accepted $27,535 Recrea Clerk to Hoard
3.
500,000 people are' totally disabled each year. 1-1 2t 8-8
of BrooKerWoodrow; Kit- children of Athena, ua. are vis tional Department budget re -

NationwIdeV, Crusader Plan is more than a disability ler of Kaiford; ana Mrs. Mae K.: King tier mother, :Mrs. H. L.. quest from Dlr. Gene Rayburn. Needs I .

income Combs IOf Macclenny. Speer, while Mr. isoland is at The repuest asks an Increaseof lawtey
plan it be
can a COMPLETE
Stephen Frevatd A1XI-3: is.home tending ReServe oificers camp. 3740. Rayburn said $1,500 WEEK ONLY

HEALTH PROGRAM FOR YOU! this !Week alter nine Mr and Mrs. uuoert Gold is planned for improvement of ONE I

I ,It months aboard w tne Bnangrl-Le wire ,were visiting Mr, and Mrs. facilities In Reno and that $''J20 Rec Funds

+ alter !iwniich he ,win report to .\ 1.Ite Uoidwire in 'ort Myers is allocated for salary Increases. B01S, .
MENS
Call me for details: ., Cecil field." from Thursday Mrs. M. H. Lang has returned Mr. and MrS Herbert 'J.lI1omaslItent The Recreation Departmenthas

,A nJ .8n td tier .name in defray tease the weekend at) their enjoyed a busy and pro place the present city truck. ,"'j ," r '; 1 'f
; '
BILL POWELL after two months visit with Mr camp in the scrub.: ; Mr. Tnotnaa ductive year and old Armory Put off until next month's 'IV ; WI'

and Mrs. Paul Raymond at the gave a surprise birthday barbecue building has been a big help in meeting work on the tax rolls } 1 'l' A 1-.M'" "S' I-I2', : \i,!

Phone 964.6464 4 r State( Farm. "dinner Sunday for Mrs. U'no- operation of the program, and the budget. ,. "I' ] > ., :} : "

401 W. Madison St. tq grandchildren Mrs. Jose Alvarez, l elena and, Hannan tnree mea Mr. with and 19 Mrs.guests snerrod attending.Hamilton Rayburn- said.Approved an ordinance meeting Attending were the Mayo Monday Charles night ....,,:t'11I": .C'I fir: .,.""r'; : A. ..:.",........; ,.I\.IIj \ """ ",...

Starke Fla. '
and uarietta Hayes ot Miami, and sons Paul and Jim, will promulgated by City Attorney Shuford Chairman Starling, .. .,. ':':'! '"."'- ,', oid' .
I were guests last -weeic or Mr... leave Friday for two weeks visit George Pierce that brings the Robert Scott Mrs. Barbara ....;t. :' SAVE

and 'Mrs.' K.!; W, Hayes at Kings- with Mrs. Hamilton's parents in city's alcoholic beverage servo Jordan Pearson Marshall M. NOW

ley Lake Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Winder, Ua. and WIth Mr. ..Ham.uton's ing hours !in line with thestate's. Jordan, end Mrs. Ethel PAY

The Man from Nationwide is on Your Side drove their grandchildren and motner and relatives in It provides for sales Reddish clerk The other council UTERI I

Mrs. Alvarez mome and spent 'Madison Heights, va. 7 a m. to midnight on weekdays member. Mrs. Louise Rosier MENS WIDE WALE
the weekend t with their son and Mrs. J. H. fields and! \ Mrs. II
but none on Sunday. was unable to attend because 1, ,
daugntel'-in-law', Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ureen visited Mr. and t
I -Accepted a list of auto tag of Illness.MADISON >
W, is. Hayes. Mrs. cnaries Fields in Jackson-
registrations prepared by I CORDUROY -,
e Mr. and Mrs Keith uiuing- vine on Sunday. Frank Williams for use at the :" STREET

ham and I tamUy or Jacksonville Mrs. carrie Adams. and ne county's new inspection sta. BAPTIST CIIURCII i. 'r

are spending tnis montn wan phew, Kay Hesse1!, or saiuda, S, tion. (.

I Mr; and Mrs. Guy sale:: at Kings- C. were visiting Dr. and Mrs. -Approved the purchase of Sunday, Aug. 4 Sunday \ \

ley Lake. to School, 9:45: a. m. Morning $$12.95
.. I H. H. Adams from Friday $700 worth. of gas meters for
Mr and Mrs. Marvin Cassel Worship 11 a. m. Youth Choir
Tuesday.
Nationwide Mutual Fire Insurance Co. i the Utility Department
and son ol Chevy Chase, Ma. Practice, 4:30: p. m. Youth value $988
Nationwide Life Insurance Co. Temporarily settled a double
'were recent visitors ot Mrs. Fellowship Supper 5:45: :
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. Nelson Green and tamiiy. Reno Sewer sewer billing problem at Training Union 8:15: : WMU !
the Westmoreland Trailer Park
Home Office: Columbus, Ohio I Peas shelled for your freeier.Dowling Prayer Circle 7:15: ; Evening Fan
I owned by B. C, Holtzendorf.Holtzendorf .
Produce Market. Worship 7::3D.Monday

e Is being billed as R, A. meeting, 7 Perfect knock-a6out jacket, smartly styled in
;, Set i a commercial user accountof
on
Project water used at the park, p. m. WMU business meeting, corduroy with quilt lining Stitched detailing.

:. )}} wnlch fa supplied by him. His 7:30.: Brotherhood, 7:30. Leaf or bronze colors sizes 36 46. Great
Circle I meets
Tuesday
e ,
[Continued From Page One tenants are also being chargefor 9:30 quality at a sale price!!
: a. m.

>> tk4J'eave; : while; some still is unspent 1 a sewer fie said.services as individuals WednesdayPrayer Meeting -

U ie The Cooking To Us During the sewer plant expansion. Clerk, Merrill! Edwards said 7:30: p. m. Deacons Meet- Laminated Nylon J JSelf Jacket '
The Federal Government Ing, 8:30: ; Church Choir Prac ( .
gave
<< '. 4.i"
tt; .. .. Holtzendorf's
bill can be split flee, 8:30.: collar, alp f front lea:
the city 30 per cent or $140.- !
These Hot Suittrrier Days
so that a minimum water with quilted lining., -,
000. of the funds to build the Denton Sumrall pastor W"et 88
new treatment plant and ex charge ((5.000 gallons or $2)) isl I rapeUn' and stainresistant $ 9

The pleasant, relaxing 'atmosphere is in keeping with our truly Delicious tend the lines. deducted from the amount of FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Siva 3646.MINS .
water used at the park. for OP STARKE
An additional broJectrltcoin
'
Meate. every trailer. But Edwards West Weldon St. and Kaiford ?
mended
by Ruckman la
an said when the new billing machine Road MENS MENS
anti-rust protection treatment

Whether it's a Family Affair Din for the water tower* That !is has said 1$the Installed split billing the will auditor be i|| Sunday School: 10:00: a. m: Parma Press Turf len ck Nylon- Parka
I
In the present
already budget ,, stopped. Edwards said hedoesn't 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship: ,,
for Two Business ,
ner or 'a En ; at $2.730 by Electro-Rust '
know what will happen 8:00: p. m. C. A. Services: 7:0: ( ;..y
Proofing gagement, our friendly, courteous l Ruckman said he dctean'i\ ''tftftik i' -Set a cases special then p.Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. MidWeek It'

service strikes a note of gracious the council wlll-'get' ariotner meeting Prayer Meeting Docnn-cetton fly- 'a Y Orion *
link-Mitch
'I Thursday, Aug. 8. at 5 m. Thermal lined for
I bidder on that srrtfcll A'pWJ @1. to go over the retirement p. Pastor: Lester F. Richard front |,lack** with. .h.ll, piu lined warmth without::
hospitality. \ ,' If the $30.006'''tIliIdli Ctft! system son. llnk-itltch eland ond popular new weight. Hoe ....ndBOYS -
/ I Ruckman also recoMMend! '' proposal for deductions up ollar-Fullplle. turtleneclc collar up collar with eon.ceeted .
s purchasing sewe?" cleaning*' at I M 5 per cent. Clerk MerrillEdwards I lining. a xL. White, gold, blu. hood. Navy
: said that will raise S.L. 6 maple" a:'"
16,000 and rebtod!: g>, alift', NCTICK
station at 'embfbvadd''': t Pratt l the clty'a cost from $17.000 to The Board of County Com-
129.000. mlaelonere will receive eealedbldff BOYS
Try Our Delicious Buffet Streets ,I for one new motor grader v
-Ordered parking on Church '
to be opened AuKUHt 14. 1988
the '
Work at p-ifcer'pjfa-rt- Street changed from the Past at 10:00 a m. at the Court.hnnxe Nylon Perma PressCorduroy
recommended b$"'Prlttfcy.\ ; wiba,> .sMe to the west side at the request In barks Florida. .--
Motor Grader
Served Daily moat have at
also, approved "as far
on\ wan of a group of resident
as vie can (go" deaf lj. First I Clicker .

TWO 'NTREES priority was given. the ,>\ atw THE BRADFORD : ,
HOT Buffet f jjjj leLd5t cooling tower after" Prittaysaid Band ,
Lunch
# m COUNTY TELEGRAPH
the present 6A( 'Is) abbutl) I :s 5 899 99''

TWO VEGETABLES 20 years old and'WWn" Published every Thursday $$1 0
11:00 'to
: a.m. 2:00Buffet jJ.m. I
Other recomfrfentiatlons\! ty Solved at 138 W. Call at, t ; I,'
Prlday are a test>IriOicftor tor SUrtw, n*. 82091 Alt "nylon shell with t -
'ASSORTED SALADS the power Dlanfen8lnite, and Dacron (' First tint, permanentreti I
Second clue postage paW concealed hood'neln" \ t corduroy ae this
a start one ne' engineer's
ROLLSBUTTER Dinii r .$1J5 report the oVern&d distribution '! [Continued From Page One] at Stark), Fla trolling trim on collar 'I low price Has zip-off
on knit hood, knit, collar and
Subscription Rate: f front, packets and -
system. Th&' Jpaster! year-old''Negro anaj.', Young, cuff*. Sliet 8-18. cuffi and heavy quilt

TEA COFFEE 5:00: p.m. to 9:00: p.nuVUA. I I plan Is 10 years W.' Friday 48-year-old Negro, both ort1rJte. In trade arM: 4.00 pw"' ,. "il II A lining. Sixes 6-12*
said, and a new byte Should be nave been charged witn year: |2J5 six montna. t---: ;I -

-+-:. drawn up and new m6.PIt''twice to-ealcing and entering Volley / BOYS Orr'Zi

I I made. :l Starling's Store at Brown- Outside tied area: $-&..BOper Turtleneck Jackelue

s .JI The Council i'rIWr' \red' Frt-'" ]lee and St. Clair Streets and year; 43.50( *ix moot** Link-knit 100S orlon .h e e Collar
can
_ day's r6c6VnmeiuntNta\ wU1I\ rtOhtp't Department score once worn .1 ulor* or turtleneck- tIre:.'PP.r front $1199
\' vote ciat by Councilman Yttrti is charged in only one >a. L. Matthew. editor tad with T-Bird emblem on chest. Blue or,goU I 10-18 | j '
pub..hel'
1 Neil .Tucker The aQd- cane: line July 20 u it K: at star 4'1

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TRURSDAY' ,. AUGUST 8._. 19R8 BRADFORD CO17NTT TEUEORAPII. STAHTCE. ..."Rto.< Srctkn One Pare .Three


Ilr i Michael (Sistrun:. Kennetrt '1'ltp-< TAP To Elect I Aid To Low Income Farmers I be limited to gardens of not less era may go as high at 80 per

mas and inward 1 uavis. than one-fourth ot an acre ana cent.In .

A reception was held in the CUBB Economic not( more than 2 acres. The aid
Hall .ot Vile! cnurcn, I Set In Conservation Program I IL
Fellowship Agency DirectorThe may Include a share of the costa Th. Vanttt '3uAgrfonrt

err' alter wnion tile couple left for lime fertilizer, major tillage, or llrnilfitr.i County, FlnrlilltTn ,

rI a wedding trip to the Gull coast Target Area PopulationIn L I Secretary". of Agrioulure! Or- servation (ASO) Committees to protective fencing and pipe to In Pruhnte Its. Rotate 5... 1-le441 or FreemanR .

The Urute !is a graduate ot fK Middleburg will elect their vote L. Freeman has announced adopt. >.the prog-ram further to provide .water. < K-lxtiT." Mr. UttoeaRBd.

GLADYS MOOTY Yonce and tne ,university, olriciida own district or community re provisions)) of the national Agricultural the needs of low-Income farmers The Chairman said another Notice. Discharge Of. Flllnfr Petition Forf'lnil

Phone 964.7608 and is presently/ a Kindergarten presentative for the Economic,,.1 : Conservation Program ." Secretary: Freeman said. type of special aid to low-income Notion Itt hereby given thatT .

teacher at the Ala (ACP) for ..1969, offering special "With: wide latitude for judgment have flied my final' r..t..rnll.
Tne Agency\ Board of Directors on farmers will be the cost and Rcjuirt nf Final' Dlmrlbiitlon -
'I chua Elementary: siaooi. August 8, with voting from Jo. I aid 'to low-income farmers in they may set the 'public sharing of Christmas tree plant- and Petition for 1o'ln..1 l
Bridal Shower Bedell-Holton groom Is a graduate of Bradford: lana lMchurK% UM Kxot'utor' of theEstate
.1 combating cros.on ot tneir share ot tile cost ot selected conservation -
m. to 9 p. m. at St. M.lrk'sUaptlst lags for sale. of Kruvinan Register.
Given For Wedding PartyEntertained High school and 1 is a senior in Church: Middleburg. and improving their food supply practices at higher Hr,, ,d<*(*0RfMl I; and that I have
I psychology at the university otFlorida. A low-income farmer or flied my Final Return and K**
I A similar election will! beheld through: conservation ineasuien than normal rates approve: .
Caaet Major rancher as regarded far ACP port or 1'artlal DlntrlhutlctH,
He is amo a I
Tonda Dixon drainage: tor cultivated
practices
in Bradford County onSaturday for home gardens.In and thot..n H..pt.mb"r lotn,
In tile Air Force. HU'l'C.Services purposes, according to the Idea. at 2lO:< P. M., I will apply '
addition to assisting low- crops as well as far hay and
Mrs. Joanne K. Beaea or or- Ails. 17, from 8 a. Chairman, is one who is depen- to the honorable TheiwnA. .
to 10 income farmers Secretary Freeman pasture land' and provide costsnare Yawn County Jiutaof..
M1sa Tonaa Dixon whose mar mans Beacn entertained at a m. p. In in the Reno: dent on his income from farming I
Uradforil County, Florida for
assistance lor CO.lsel'va.lion
Set said, major conservation
riage to Richard HOODS will bean dinner party last Friday night section of Starke. < or ranching and whose total approval thereof and for Final
Union County's election is emphasis: : in litbtl will be placed measures necessary to ai) I1l' ,rhlirK an Kxvulltor of the
event ol August 30, was complimented
in\ the Pecan room ol the Harden I income and financial resources .
on practices .that (help abate: adequate home garden" Cost. Will of Freeman Register Sr.,
at a bridal smower Restaurant honoring her tl Friday For set for August, 24,. and Baker are usually so low that ,l1I'pa"pl.
: air! and water pollution benefit share rates normally average Ath 190S.
Monday evening given Ay Miss son, Russ Bedell, and his nancee County. August 31. the county committee does not This August
The wildlife, and improve the quality about 50 percent. I SFrewman" neiilxter. Jr.
Susan Wiggins. Miss Linda Kay Hoiton. Mr. Feagle 66 decision was made by consider It reasonable to expectnll1'l FIIBRMA.V: HKdlSTKR. Jit.
the OEO regional office in At- of our environment while According' to Leaton MOI'gan'i EXECUTOR: ;;
A bride doll was usea as a following the couple's: wedding ; to carry out\: needed conser- _
4t 5- )
lanta to reorganize the county conserving our soil and water Jr., Chairman. Agricultural, ,- AlA
centerpiece on tne retresnment rehearsal. vation work at .the usual 50 percent I'
table w-hicn was covered wltn The dining tattle was centered services: will be new Friday boards and the CUBB Boardof I resources Stabilization and Conservation or less cost-sharing rate. TYPEWRITERS: Manual or

a wrote cutworK ciotn. Mrs. Von with an arrangement ot white AUK. 9, bar William *. i-'eagie. Directors. This makes it "I am authorizing the Agricultural County Committee cost-sharlnz Llectrlc. For sale or rent -

Neel presided at tne punch! bOwl tube roses and yellow chrysan BU, of Starke who died Wednes- necessary to have ten members I Stabilization! and Con home garden conservation will! provided to ,other farmers. Cost- |I Bradford County Telegraph

and was assisted in serving by themums. Bridal place cards *:'r day. AUK. 7, following a sudden each for tbo categories! of I____._-- -_"--. ___. __. I sharing------with low-Income---farm----' .
..
illness. ""' -- ..---
Mrs. one Wiggins marked the seating arrange civic and community organizations I..n'-
Mr. Keagle, had ,been a stance 1
.several games were played ment for tne IB guests WhO included T l lI lI and government lisen.clt's.
1 resident tor two( years. tHe was SUMMER
Failure to )
during. tile party hours and members ot the wedding I Florida t state comply with ti
retired from tne
,prizes were awarded. party and the immediate! fami I the OEO decision :could result
die worked :m!
l'rlSOIwllel'e
lies. in suspension: of federal funds
The 30 guests included: Mrs. years to the program .,,,
'W. U. Dixon mother CUBB Deputy Director: Ber- 'MA
oree. end Mrs. J. C. Hobbs Recent Births 19D1, he was a member ot the! tram R. Fountain and staff t. ',

motner of tine .bridegroom-elect. MethodIst Church Masonic <"" .> ,
members are busy this week > 'r"
Bradford an-
County Hospital ;
The honoree was presented Lodge of Ralford. and Woodma making
necessary arrangements
with a set Of stainless steel I nounces the following births! of the World.Survivors for
tne
election by informing -
Mr. and Mrs Clarence uene
Ills Wile:
rom tier Hostess 'as a memento include

ot the occasion.Rehearsal King. starke. a daughter BiianaUen : Mrs. Eva Edwards Feagle of encouraging those them involved to take and ad- NEW SHIPMENT CLEARANCE ON TURN THE TIDE TO
July 31.
Starke; two sisters; Mrs. uudoi : -
Mr. and Mrs. David hlweil vantr.ge of this opportunity to '
OF LADY BIRD LADIES SUMMER
Party Lawson Slarke: a .daughter. Trl- i cia McKenzie of Jacksonville make their voices hoard In the SA VINGSDRESSES
i and Mrs. irma. Uhatin ol Mc-
cia Kay. Aug. 2. I' selection of this group of

For Dansby-Davis Mr. and .Mrs Marshall UuaneKooerson KonougJi, Ua.I spokesmen.; It is hoped and DRESSES' LADIES
I .
Services will .De held in the
Wedding Party Melrose a daughter Jones Memorial Chapel inStance believed that a large number
Lora Faye, Aug. 2. will! cast their vote on tha

Mr. and Mrs. R. u. uansoy Mr. and iMi's. James Howard Miss Davis Weds Kev: w.at A.11 Hogan a. m.pastor Friday ol with tne scheduled dates. Just in Time for I

//were hosts at a supper party Fimey, Kairord a daughter SWIMSUIT
Mr. DansbyIn First Baptist Church oinciating I Jack-to-Scli! (>l I'
last Friday nignt in tne recreation Mellisa Ann, Aug. 2. Boy EvangelistTo
Burial will be In Oakwood Cem ,
room of the westside Baptist
.
Mr. and iMrs. Henry Franklin GainesvilleMiss
etery near Milliard, if'la., With PreachAt
Cburctn in Gainesville honoring Hodges Lawtey, a son, Donald ..
Masonic Rites at the graveside. a
their son, Mickey uanaoy. Marie Aug. 2. inane MarIe Davis and Clearance
RJE
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home High
and Ma fiancee.. Miss Diane la- \Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. Pat Mickey/ Rogers!! Unnsby! weiv united I
or I Starke: Is in charge ol ar
Via loliowing tne couple's wedding in Saturday! Aug. 'e
rick, Lawtey a daughter Debra marriage rangements. Rev. Thomas Masters 1(1( -
rehearsal. Michelle Aug. 6. 3. at 3 p. m. in the westsme wonder boy minister from! <

'l'neJUnet\ tUlle was covered Mr. and Mrs. Jonn Arthur Baptist cmircn. uaanesviue, Pasadena Calif '
and an ordained 1 1i
Wlbh a green linen Cloth edged KeddisA. Starke: a daughter.Aug. with Kev. JaCk A. Shaw: per- Homer Lee Geiger evangelist!:; will preach I 'd Y a
la lace and was centered witn a tormlng ..the nuptials .
7. in Starke
I Services Held August 15 at H p. m. I 05 )
pink) moral arrangement Around Tae 'ibrtde is tile daughter ol I
at KJE High School. I
tile punch boWl was a garland Mr. ana Mrs. Edward M. Davis Monday Aug 5 I '
SILCOX-ELL1NC.TON- Rev. Masters has appearedon '
of ivy ana iwtiite daisies. ot Uamesville and the groom is I 2 e7 $ ;
STRICKLAND FAMILY the Art! Llnklettcr House .,
The 24 ,guests included me REUNIONThe the son ot Mr. and Mrs Ko; gel's Homer Lee Geiger 47, of Party four times. He has !'t.. Mrl

wedding party, parents or tne U. DansDy of 8t U'ke. Starke died Saturday. Au!.!. 3. corded() four record albums entitled
bride and silcox-hJlilngton-BtncKiana; Baskets ol White flowers arrival at a Starke Hospital Jr +t .,
upon t.
t groom, and out-oi- "What Is Your Destiny l d t ,
town guests. family reunion will e ,held sun- against a background ot palms following a sudden ill- i In a Sinful and Dying World,"
day Aug. IX, at 1 p.m. at Strick: and candelabra decorated tne
Assisting in serving.were Mrs. ness. "Here Comes! the Champion"
land's Landing Kingsley Lake. altar. Music ,was providet t\y
A mechanic, Mr. Geiger was
Rodney Hall and Mrs. P. T. MOim. "The Diffeinoe Between Your
Each!: lanruly !is requested to Mrs. R. L. Lassiter, organist born Oct. 25, 1920 In SopiTton, Boss and Mine" and "Tho

1 ,bring a covered: dish. and Richard, Scott: soloist. Georgia and was a member of Midnight Cry."

___ _--I I The bride, given in marriageby I Pentacostal Church.
: .her lather, ..wore a floor I Survivors Include his wife McLeocl // f 1 r'.y"
length silK organza cage dress SelectedFor
Mary Dlcandlo of Starke: his

\Winter School Of ribboned in SKIrt and bodice mother Mrs. Oscar Geiger of Florida State
with satin and trimmed with 4th-qt
Starke; three daughters Mrs. Honors I a
lace. The mantilla was ProgramPaul
Alencon i
.. Wanda. Rhoden and Miss Mary I
made f matching Alencon lace,
Lee Geiger of Starke; and Mrs. Ii
DANCE and tne train was silk organza.She I McLrod of Starke son

carried a cascade ot white Sue Montgomery of Crystal of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. McLeuU. i All Name Brands ;;n'.
River. Fla. Harvey
I ; a son Is 23.
among" top high school A
carnations and ,
Now Open for Registration v>Mrs.:' l.lStllie1riJtga'I avy: : ; '" ot Geiger of .Tallahassee;/.Flo.; -ilCiolarsltJlected/ from 2.0(10( Y 9.pY rrt
two brothers Herman and Marked Down
: (tf
(
San Jose Caw!, served: as ma- Incoming Florida State University ,
Ottls Geiger, both of Starke;
tron ol honor wearing a floor freshmen for theschool's
BALLET and sister Rhetha Ben
O length rose crepe gown With punk a Mrs Basic Studies Honors ?

I velvet ribbon on tne bodice .sue nett C of Starke. Program.The 4 1/3 and 'Vrz
Services were from the Jones rf
o TAP I carried! a basket of pink daisies Memorial Chapel In Starke on highly select group will \ )

and wore a pink daisy hairOand.I go through accelerated course
Monday Aug. 5, with Rev. L.
O MODERN I Misses Linda lnssiter and work and, anew twist fesh- .
S. Williams Burial '
: Frances Lott ot Uaanesvilie attended officIating.; man seminars on a puss-fail/ C' AND SOME
followed in the family plot in
as bridesmaids.\ 1'hey l system.
o BALLROOM I Dyal under directionof y
floor length Cemetery Requirements !
pinK for
wore pale the advanced
crepe gowns With matching Velvet DeWitt C. Jones Funeral program are, for Florida ':: Below Half-Price

Beginners .. IntermediateAdvanced ribbon on the bodice, pink Home of Sluke.Services students a score of 4.10;; or : ,

I daisy halrbands and earned: higher on the 12th grade place .

baskets ot pnx: daisies. Marla Held ment test (top 10 per cent, ,'

CALL :U'Angelo, cousin ol the bride ot For Mrs. MathewsIn and overall grades of 3.5 out ol ; Two Full Hacks of

Albany N. Y. served as Junior 4.0 or higher. : I

DOROTHY WINTER SALAZAR I bridesmaid and was attired Palatka Oui-of-htaters must have !.l Ladies Brand '.

Identically to the 'bridesmaids. similar scores on the College SHIFTS and SHIRTS Name

PHONE 964-7098 Mr. Uansby attended her son Mrs. Dell Wallace Mathews! Entrance Examination and a

as ,best man and tne'users werendtfs 73, ot Palatka. died early Alan1 1 3.5 average or higher. Loner Sleeve Short n .
I I day morning at) the snnnds I Florida! I
residents
Teaching Hospital in unmesvine. 172 and out-of-t>tate students numbered j Sleeve) and Sleeveless I '! I\l i sportswear What a Wave of

I She was born on April Z':'>, iH'iaI : 62. .

fIn I II Fru'Hland' Mo. and lived in .. '
SAVINGS I
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3'S
In Broken Sizes
Starke: a number of years be-


T l ernedies 'ore Surviving: moving to are Palatka.her iKi-sonnd, 1\t'IV 01 i''>rv KOI.11 i iAMI r.irs roucr. I I [)...P.PI" .C.PI. ) AND ONE BACK Large Selection tot

I
Roy Mathews ot PalaUa. two nit suit olltl c'oi/.vrv./ _. ..
-
daughters, Mrs. Leighton Hood In I'l.OKIIIV; I IHAMl1' -- -- AT J Choose From
re: KHtnta of
Palatka; and Mrs. Margie IJowl-
__ '.I. .1.i T. ortAnv, a-h-a
Ing Starke; three sons Koger, JtI.v. H. .1. llttAUr, ,loc.i.am.'d.
and James of Palatka, and i.cl-!; NOTIfH: I'll "CHKHITOKH:" '
All i-ti'flitorN" or Hiimuel .1. T. $6 1-2 PRICE o 0h
__ weird| Mathews, Osvmesviue., Ormlv. /1-1<-11 lifv. H. .1. Oriidy [ [ffi
_ Also surviving are 17 grantchildren. !-, XV h.i ill Of.I on :Si-lJtvniher, 27. Ian' ?
walln. rcxldi'iit. nf Hi "ill.-rum.
'
Hmnnilt County, Ohio an notified -
Funeral servies were 'meld at that they im-" 'iRiiulnd, to
far any cliilniH or dPtnnndN that
11 a. m. Wednesday in PalatKa. th"y may have, iiioilnxt hisNslalo '
; / In tho office of the
(I'oil, n I yudge of 111'8 ti rord On These Hot Summer Specials
4'- OCS GraduationSet County Florida, In the i .nn't- o
liouNfl at stiirlti.. Flnrlilii, withIn

C v For Aug. 18 :the(lon:: .Mix Into I:of; 'this calendar of flour the *months.first I Kuril. puhlln-I'lrilm from::I i Just In Time For BackToSchoolSUMMER

/ 91A h : At Blanding or fU-rnand'' must. be In writingand / I
r filed In duplicate, and "mast
.' 10 lh<- platen rfKldcncp.
or ;rod
i Between hiss and 1.'OU I : <
per
.
Y- : pant offion ndilrmit jf thE:
; Sons aie expected) to attend ilalninnt and bo sworn by the
Hay ,Claimant his| |. aunt or his ..itlorrii.y. SUMMER FOR THEINFANTS
; graduation ceremonies for 54 ofticer or It will hm-omo void BLOUSES
i4 I' candidates now in training awarding to law.Lllltuil '
at, tne Florida national : : .lillv tr>: Illfl"I( I "
will SHORTS
!F". Hull
o .1 Guard Otncers candidate H..It'pJlt' Aocnnt and I Cf.lhlclfoDRESSES ,,
:School! Camp Hlandmg.I A""Jlt'y' for f hAncillary ? That dm ;( ,
sxrrutorThnmae ,
Maj. Oen. Henry W. McMillan & PI"rre I Some Sues Already We }Have an Assort.
I AlluiIMVMI' Kchool J Ke- ,
tile Adjutant Cieneral or jo'ior.'ilia. I O., 'Uniwr .1010 I Sold, Out t, Hut if You really Just night for a Hot ment of nre8SteAre ,
.7 ; .9 'will be guest speaKer for 8Urrll"' '.'In
the ceremonies to 1 be held at First 1 puMlcatton'. on the 25th the Right: Size diced For This:'! SalePrice Start Hack-to-School. Shorts, riaysuits, etc. '
day of July.. A. l II. rtrts.
10 a. m. Sunday Aug. IK. in tne Will 10'. Hull You Can Save MARKED\ !DOWN MARKED DOWN :
Camp Blanding: auditorium. Attorney"
T-21 4t S-1H
He just got an increase in his allowance; I In addition to the 54 members
'
011 .doe graduating: class, this SERVICE: l4CHEOITLE: 1/3 Now2 1/3 Off 1/3

year's ocs: is composed ot 4i( -ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH
haven't seen him that excited since he got his junior (first year) candidates

now .undergoing two weeks 01 Starke
first savings dividend from First Federal. rigorous training which purni Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m.

leis Chat ot the active Army Thursday Mass 6:31): ( p m. I
-- ----- ---- -
Miraculous Medal Novena
:
..... ...y:(' ""1 e'7:S.tTa'TiI1Sa; .. Utlicer Candidate Schools vine
.. Hlan&ng: OCS is the primary Saturday. 7 p. m.
Confessions: 5 I p. m. and 7 MENS and BOYS ONE LOT LADIES :
source of junior officers for the 00
"Where You Save DOES Make a Difference Florida Army !national Uuara. p. m. I

DATIUNfIl! SUITS! TENNIS SHOES ;
-. Attendance at OCS is open to -ST. wrtuAM-s CHURCH. ;

all Guardsmen ,upon application : Keystone Heights. $3

\ provided they meet certain Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. m I r "
mental and physical qualifications. TI: WERE $5.00
and Loan nd ::00 a. m.Wednesday .
Savings ( : Mass and Novena WHILE

Men attending from tile stance 7 p. m. 1'A OFF

rtr Ler unit are Ronald Thomas. Wayne THEY

ASSOCIATION OF STARKE Kenny, and Jonn KuyKendan. -ST. MARY'S CHtTRCH.Unoclennr. .

candidate Kobern Bcnupp, ot LAST.-n

218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 961-5000 Jacksonville Bundar Mass: 11:30: .. m I

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Time To StartPreparing year or so? For that matter and be granted attested by copy caunlnir of this a citation true.
have you? and order of notice to be
I For It's a !good time to get squared Telegraph In Bradford County
Good If printedat
Coach Hurse Sees Year a new paper
Back ,To ,School away on everybody's health Starke, Florida In the county
status for the months to come. of Bradford.published. It being at or a nearest newepaper -

; ''Suddenly some' the laat known place of real
'.iCoach David Hurse says he's Hurse has been able to; move Most important position on back now was the Tornadoes' and fullback Gene Melvin at phy works as hard as anybodyon fine 'morning Teen, frrATH OPNKW dunce of the llbelee in thUatate

.been, char: "l'rg' at the bit to him to the end gap since Jie I any defensive team, Hurse leading pass receiver last sea the Inside spots. Melvin lattered the team Is a tough com it Isn't really summer HAMP8II1IIE. ) .weeka once successively.each week for the three last
anymore. Labor looms
Day on STKAFFORD. :
:all season roll- ,found out Willie Cohens! can says are the linebackers. The son and is expected to con- at fullback last year and petitor, and can't be kept out the horizon and 85.SUPEREOR COURT publication 1 to be at least fourteen
just beyondthat .
.111IeJ.nce last Nov. 10 the dls- run the ball Tornadoes will have three tinue to be a target. should come Into his own of the line up somewhere February Term 1161 days prior to ttia return

"astrous. night his Tornadoes Danny Jackson, a 213-pound boys who could be outstanding.Steve Mike Norman, 155-pound this'season. Now at ,170, he Is Hurse says. When Is back-to everybody school time.around: divorce In the and matter: other\ of relief a libel whton got a7.It l Ie further ordered that
:wEre humiliated before Brad- sophomore. Is a guard with Crawford is the quickestbut junior will back up Belote. the only experienced fullback Other wide outs expected to In now pending the superior the clerk Ihall lend" by reglss I

../.rd fans by Class A Champ- great potential. He's only 15 the smallest; Ralph Morgan Norman improved a treat dealIn returning to that position. see action are Ben Moxley I the Idea house(the has youngsters digested woefully that,! court ford, the for toald..rhrlnal..f county of which Strat U- tered mall, with a request copy o* the
Mit1p take City In a 59.6 drub. but he can take a lick and is averaged sized but does the spring, Coach Hurse Two -other running backs ex- and Keith Patray. Both have on rile "In such court' and may libel endeorder attentxd by him,

.bln presses 250 pounds right now, not have great speed and David says, especially in the final pected to see action are Den- good hand Hugh Stephensand I,"comes the parents the calmly-to-gleefully moment'to start, be ties,examined the title by of interested the cane being par within the libelee seven days at the after last known flline.to ,
.. I.: '., And now the long sum- Hurse is quick to say. "That Nail! has size and good week. Norman can run the OP- nis Hall .1 159-11. and Dale Arthur Williams are also ''preparing. The back-to-school' as follow: postofflce addreBK. and to' the
aaer) Is almost over. ,fall grid boy with the right attitude speed. Even though Nail missed tion play, expected to be big Johns 150-10.. Coach Hurse expected to be In the thick of procession! Is quite Institution .Lawrence- Haley, Sr. relative libel.or friend aa stated In
an v. tbe
practice beglne next Thursday could be one of ,!fie best we've spring practice, Coach !in the BBS offense next sea hopes Hall has fully recovered the fight along with Tyrone In American homes thate Attest: Richard H. Keefe,
:Aug. IS, and Coach Hurse Is: 'every had Hurse say, he still is an ex- son well enough so that if from a hip InJury that side- en It appearing thealreal- Clerk.
eyeing! the biggest football Junior 3ill Buby a 220-pound( cellent prospect and Is countedon teams key on Belote at quarterback lined him, last ,season. Johns Blye.Mike Patrick, a sophomore ches tailing many preliminary'to the mar. dance It It of ordered the llbelee that Ie I the unknown libelant, Alfred Catalfo Esquire,
: a parade stationery
:squad he's ever had here letterman center, could really heavily. Norman could move though 'only; ,a sophmore has fullback, shows promise of be- store for school !Vive notice to the libelee to appear Dover Atfy ,for New Libelant Hampshire
.Players will report at 8 a I come around If he wants to be Defensively, the Tornadoes in and Belote], could move to good 1 speed and could see plenty coming a rugged runner. lie to the clothing and shoe supplIes, to be at holden the superior at Dover court In next mid The foregoing Is a true copy
gym for twlce-a-day drills for tough, Coach Hurse says. 'I will be running a four man running back. That might be of action. has shown much Improvementand for merchants county of Strafford. on the rtf citation and order for pub.

"..the first two weeks of work Robbie Smith, 210-pound( senSor -, line quite a bit. Hurse says. done anyway, Coach. Hurse Both Bill Adams and Tim could be a. help to Cohens, to the re-outfitting toy shop In interest per.haps first 1868. then TueHcIav and there of September to show Attest l lication.: Richard H. Keefe. Clerk
under the hot sun. Junior varslty center seems to be running These three boys at linebacker says. Murphy looked good at the Griggs, Melvin and Brown before of and I muse If any there be, why the Richard H. Keefe,
: and Coach Hurse looks real well after being out all loom large; the loss or injuryof Belote will be throwing to wide out flanker positions In the season Is over. And peace one other pre-choolbell harmony; I prayers of aid libel should not 7.25 at 8-8

>.for a strong JV team too, play- last season with a broken leg. either could be a damagingblow his running back and fullback the spring. Both caught the Christy Chandler gained trip, well the' list:
on In importance
:ers will report Aug. 22. Eight His return could help the Tornadoes the coach, says. probably more than the wide ball well and both did fine quite a bit of experience at up

..JV. games are scheduled. six1t tremendously.Joe I Going down through the positions outs. Hurse says jobs at defensive safety. middle guard in the spring office: the for visit a back-to-school to the doctors Fish and Meat Market
home. Green, 193-pound Junior,! on a penciled roster he Adraln Brown Is expected to Adams has been plagued with and could back up Cohens checkup. Some families make City '
w j Right, now, the Tornado mentor is tabbed by Coach Hurse as constantly scans, Coach Hurse push Griggs at running; back injuries ,.which have kept him there. He will be pushed by this ;
a enterprise others
,who has twice" guided Brads a guard prospect that Just also named Jim Temple. Mortis and both are excellent receiv out of action but Is a fine ath- Jim Shuford and Tommy .alas, don't group make'It. Which: Is BROWNLEE STREET i I
J"forjd elevens to Class A state won't wait. Green didn't playas : Aarons, and Donnie Jack ers and could be moved to ,the l Ipte, Coach Hurse says. Mur- Blackshear. because a
.,Championships, is eyeing a 1968 a spphQtnore but shows son as ends who could push wide out spots with Cohens' 'ments pity or a substandard neglected ail I I
i
condition
great potential. Into a spot. WEEKEND SPECIALS
-tine that could average over of general health '
200 pounds. Besldas those' big men, the The weak side tackle will be have Its effect can'I .
on classroom '
e' "We have good size for a I 1068 Tornado squad will have handled by two veterans in ,performance. This I
to
: change," Hurse says, when he 19 seniors the most ever In Allan Crawford and Scottie applies
S says that he smiles Coach Hurse's 11-year tenure. Smith. Both boys will share heart sight,, )lungs hearing or any nose other, throat item,1 U. S. GOOD BEEF 'i
"Good senior defensive strong side end
leadership will responsibilities.
: Five players are over 200 ;Lof standard equipment. .
be of the Junior CHUCK ROAST OR
one keys to a good Tore '
pounds. and another Is at
now Back I
esason," Hurse says. Marks will push them. Other to school checkup time STEAK LB. 59c!
105. Tackle Charles Smith from 'La also -
a good time to
"We tackles to catchup ,
: : Is expect a wood year see action are Tom
Lawtey. a 230-pound senior.
a .a co-captain with quarterback with the right attitude and a Eiland Gene Harris Lennarf on needed'shots.l vaccinations or RIB STEAK . ., . . .-. .. ... ; ib. 79c
lot of hard ,work we could win Cummings Say Jordan, and ,booster' How about protection
Bill Belotc. Smith looms
; AS avery
) against '
the state ." Jerry Cummings. whooping '
SHOULDER' .
:
a big man in the Tornado
cough?
The Tornadoes will have At guard, David Nail and Diphtheria? Tetanus
forcwall. ex- Smallpox *!. . .. .
: lerienced hands along the line Joe Green could push so hard ? polio? Measles? ROUND STEAK lb. 79c'

Veteran :Tex Patrick J ,200-/ ., and for the first, time in years that Morgan and<< Crawfordlast Have your children had tuber .
pound senior, has been moved I Coach Hurse will be able to year's mighty mites, could culin skin tests within (the last;"! ALL MEAT STEW . .. . lb. 69c .
: ,from fullback where he started
platoon to a degree and allow end up as defensive special. '
all last season, to tight end some boys to specialize Ists, Coach Hurse says Jim IT'S NEW GRADE "A" DELL f
: to( fill a big Patrick hasplayed
a six positions gap. .and Coach Don Elder and Tim Murphy Shuford. Mike Rhoden Butch andIT'S FRYERS .(Whole) . .. ... .. lb. 33c ,
Griggs, and Christy Chandler
are experienced ends. Elder DIFFERENTYOU . .. . .
improved quite a bit in spring could see a lot of action there. SMALL HENS ... .. lb. 25c

practice. Hurse says holding The boy with the physical! IJA REGISTER
down a starting post. assets to( make them all work : THEN YOU DRAW' Bt ,THE PIECE I

FLORIDAIYHEATRE Three tackles Charles Smith harder is the big sophomore YOUR OWN GIFT SMOKED BACON .... .. .. .. ... .. lb. 49c !
: Allan Crawford, and Scottie Dan Jackson at 8-2 and 21? a :

Smith, all lettermen have that pounds. "He has the most potential r ': FAIR ENOUGH? WHITE BACON . . .. . lb. 39c '
of any boy on the : f-I
( position well staffed. :. YOU RECEIVE YOUR
Ralph Morgan Steve Crawford squad. Coach Hurse says

and Tommy Blackshear titude carefully.he "With the proper at-" GIFT THEN-AT ONCE FRESH BOSTON BUTTS . . . .. ... lb. 49c ,
could be
Shffirtime" --Weekdays 7 a-e experlerced guards. Bill a starter. __ NO OBLIGATIONSNO ,
: l Sunday 3:00. Saturday I Buby has a* season under his A real battle is expected for t' ; PURCHASED FRESH BAR-D-QUE'
belt at center.A the center position where BID L ? FOR

; FRI.. SAT. AUG. 9, 10 I wide-out. end, Ronnie Buby, 22n-nr>und Junior is 3. -rt' __ REQUIREDEVERY ONE WINS SPARE RIBS . . . . .. :. lb. 59c'

Double Feature Program Griggs has'been moved to more experienced Tommy Members of the sub-district champion Gar land Tommy Darns John Watson, Kenny "

: running back where his hippy Blackshear at 160 pounds anda den Restaurant Softball team are (kneeling .Ten ell. Wayne McLeod. and Cliff Griffis. OVER 100 GIFTS SLICED

movements and speed can be Junior, is aggressive. Robbie I-r): Walt Edmondsnn, Tommy Clark Larry The team will travel to MerrlU Island PORK. LOIN ENDS . .. ... .. Ib. 49c
/aYeaapY Smith, if he successfully recovers VALUE OF GIFTS
utilized as a runner as well as Mercer, Dwight Elder, and batboy Eddie Thursday Aug. 8, for a long weekend to
a receiver. Cohens will from his injury along UP TO $349.00 FRESH .
pass PIG FEET OR
mt Hazen. Standing are Jack Hazen, .Tommy compete In the district slow pitch tourney.
be new at fullback as will with John Torode and Bobby lid NECK BONES . . .. . ... ... .
"".. Slrlek- lb.
1 kl d T 15c
area Adams Grlggs at running back but Chesser could figure In plans. t al l oy. W oody SL r c a. ow n 6e Drawing Privileges

'both have experience at other The veteran signal caller. Limited To, One To A FRESH Oft t/1.J./ ,
positions. Cohens Bill Belote from Keystone Family, or Vehicle SMOKED '
w aw cat. will still be at quick his as old a Heights, should be much Im- Garden Cops Sub-District PICNICS (Whole) . . .. . lb. 39c

middle guardjpot on defense. proved for the coming season.
Fans can expect the Tornado His speed has picked up, Be. FRESH

offense to be exciting next sea lote ran.a lo-flat 100 and a 4.7 Slow-Ritch Softball TitleStarke's C.Mobile BEEF LIVER . . .. . . . lb. 49c
son. Coach Hurse promises;; 40-yard dash. He has been I

The passing game looks .to working hard all summer and We Have Fresh Fish From Cedar
-- be above average with quarter Coach Hurse 'expects bis passIng Garden Restaurantwith Starke teams would have. ,, Thursday night game they will Keys.
iBmatar lEMstnri Fwunum muse back Bill Belote even more, ex- to bje improved. Belote sparkling defense posteda "mate the trip to Merritt Island. 'I' play Friday at 10 p. m. We Clean 'em.
perienced and throwing at a threw over 200 times and completed perfect record of five winsto Winner of the District will Homes
PLUSGrizzled. -, flock of talented receivers in 43 per cent last season cop the 1968 A. S. A. Northern ,. The' championship game was advance to the State Tourna- ;
Ronnie Griggs, Adrain Brown when the Tornadoes had onlya Sub-district Tournamentand an exciting game to watch, ment. and "the Garden has a'very 6545 Normandy Boul. City Fish and Meat Market

Tough.ARawhbtom Bill Adams Tim Murphy, Tex 5.5 record. will\ advance to the DIs- especially the first, four inn- I good chance of doing Just j, (At Lane Ave.) Jax.

Patrick, and Don Elder.. Ronnie!? Origgs at running trict Tournament at Merritt Ings of It, and provided spectators that. ." predicts Rayburn. PHONE 781-7322 ROWNLEE"STREETWOULD
|
with fine Softball
.,land. as !
.. The _Northern_ __ m____ sub-dlsbrict play as one will see anywhere,I I
a t tourney fielded the largest en- Recreation Director Gene Ray-

tries in the state with 13 teams burn says. Neither team was
competing in the double elimination able to score. ; I
I I 3O1 Drive-In event. The tourney Russ Piker had only one

produced plenty of excitementwith base runner until the 6th Inning YO'U
the teams being more and he was thrown out at
evenlY'matched than in the the plate by Tommy Clark on I,
: SHOW BEGINS AT SUNDOWN beautifully executed play.

: i ADMISSION: Adults VSe Student 60e past.Of the 24 games played only In the bottom of the 5th inn-

Children Under 12 Free eight of them had the winning Ing the Garden broke the ice,
a MumumriciuMS"", team with more than a six run scoring the first run and before

CharttonHestonJoanHackett advantage. Six games were decided that inning was completed
FRI., SAT. AUGUST 9, 10 BELIEVE.
by only one run, four they had crossed the plate

3 BIG_ PICTURES by 2, and two by 3 runs. Three eight times..
.DonaldPteasenceTftknleolor' games were won in the final Dave Bingeman of the Old .

: _lU.'lKWMK>mcOLOItRlMMi! By RCMJWT Picture*II inning of play. City Petroleum team from St.
I OF The 13 teams produced 353 Augustine led the tourney In ,
1" U rr 1 THE "I runs and 535 hits which Is batting with aisUJ.tO, average,
considered comparatively low Mike Thlbault of the same
Ii.InM@ In a 24 game slow pitch tour- team was '..a.econd'with .6 II, Only

ney, indicating the teams Woody Strickland of the Gar- $10950For

: SUN., 3VION., TUBS.August played good defensive ball. den was third with a .578 and
> ;" Only 13 home runs were hit Noegel's Claude Hardee was
11, 12, 13 'm-REY' =-._ -=- ;/ !.,' \ I and three of these were inside fourth with .528

w LAm m m wmljL.. '. the park. The District tournament will
'fia Tourney fans came close towltn.eSoBlng be played at Merritt Island

-AND- I a no-hitter when with the Garden scheduled to r
Palatka beat Gainesville First play Thursday August 8. at
is Methodist 8-1. Only 8 hits were 7.00: p. m. If they win that WORLD'S SMALLEST
: "FP"1HIS': jiic WOULN: ,* made In the game, with Gain- game Garden will play Friday ELECTRIC

a esville's only two coming In night at 8:30.: if they lose the ADDING MACHINE

the sixth Inning of play.
,
;; Garden en-oute to the ADDING MACHINES Man-
:
ijj mf.f- championship, played 5 games, ,,
; t
i 1 J.I"'II! ual or electric. For sale or
[ r ea ; defeating Gainesville First rent. Add. subtract credit bal Adds
a a. ._ __. .._\., ,' Y r. r r_. Methodist 17-0, Harry's of St. ance. Bradford County Tel-

COLOR By OcLUXECINEMASCOPe -1 Augustine 3-2, Lake City Aero ..,a ph. Subtracts
: !: w' .. i,\ 14-4. and Russ piker 3-2 and
,. ,.-..... # 82. ,l !I
t
THIS ONLY *
Attesting to Its defensive I WEEK I Multiplies t
-PLUS- ability, Garden allowed only 10 THIS I ,
runs to be scored an AD IS $5 00 Credit Balance :
averaged I I
J of :5.75 hits per game. WORTHOn II
1 W VL lVDEAlt1CT Garden's pitchers allowed I I _
The Purchase or ANEW r
I ..OIP1111YtU0N' only 29 hits for an average of I 12 FOOT WIDE ,I TOTALS TO 999,999.99
5.75 hits per game. In turn
/ ass the Garden scored 43 runs and I 2BEDROOMMOBILE I
4r
I ethOltsa 4 recorded; 60 base hits. I HOME -

{ Russ Piker of Gainesville, in I ONLY At Last! A "
GS COLOR by DOME A SEVEN MIS-HAMMER PRODUCTION placing second, defeated Lake Per Week i I Portable Electric Adding Machine With The

Ved., Thurs. Butler 8.7, University city Florist Touch, Speed, And Keyboard Arrangement Of A
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-Agg.,14,15) of Gainesville! 9-8, Noegel's $13.93Including
SUN. MON. TUES. WED AUG. 11 12 13 14
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201h,..C.nturyFoox, ) Auto 6-2, while losing to the l Heavyweight Machine.: _
Garden 3.2 and 8-2. Delivery I 1

FROM Noegel's Auto Sales finished Set Up.-Sales Tax :APPROVED AND
ENDORSED
UAMHBKD9W5 third In the. tourney attestingto BY PROFESSIONAL
,. Insurance & Credit Life .
v 10 KEY OP : -
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the fact that Starke teams ERATORS' INCLUDING CPA'S.
IUS1YWOVU rI usually make a good showing PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, BOOKKEEPERS -
I against outside\ competition. A. B. C.


meetrjfe THE HOTTISTD8U81Z .-. ', game Noegel's to lost Palatka their 73.opening then!\ Mobile. Homes Compare With Machines Costing Twice As Much! ,"

"OS(PH 'to.. '" came back to whip Harry's of
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Bill ( St. Augustine 3-4, Lake City 8- SEEING is BELIEVINGBRADFORD .
: I EVlfltWUI, P 1S6f \VApq 6', University City Florist. 11-2. 65.15 NORMANDYLane

PANdYISIDN' C CO ijY DELUXE s 8M 118 Old City Petroleum of St. Augustine A,'e.)
I I+ iECNNlcoloR PANAyIS1oM CQIflAPANIYISIQMs'' 9-7.;, and then lost in the Jacksonville COUNTY 'TELEGRAPH t

SMA eNauw..a.... larruuw. I St'l11l'fInnli to Russ Piker. lied: PHONE 781.7322 ,

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TUUHSDAY. Airr.iTST, a., in/in/ IIOttADlryltth TOTTNTV'" TFXP'onarn. mr/tnim./ rmnm/L Rerilnn. One _.Pan Flva'Double' >
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/ ; ; per cent!' c hip ete. Carpet'- '' and College. Guy Andrews a pre[' I the walls.D'scussed. IF WE DONT HAVE IT
Raises Disclosed In Ag Department furniture still have to go in but vliiUs! appointee'! ruled In.I, : changing but well get' It for yon. Offle!*
Drake Construction Co. has ellRibla\ since, the member has ]routes toward Keystone I Furniture, Equfi kmerit.
done all. It can until the carpet to boo on. 'the Bradford. Scllool'! '! i Heights to pfcK ,up children Supplies. '
Pay raises :Dave apparently State Department lot( Agriculture 1I i';.budget *sir the IUS-4Y! meal year, Otho agriculture' departmentgot cultural, at Me recommendation arrives, the architect said. Board! | iround Santa Fe Lake who I Bradford. CouSy
I
Been given county agriculture ) has given them a nice or Which j-j.suo( was lor salary Mre) per cell salary increases employees county, it was disclosed: at a No .representative tot i> tne department in a budget, session t\o favored' increases totaling ''It'rled.' New York. He said he has Stancll to drive the school bus t tto lave ,been eliminated at Mel-, en' g---
County> Commission meeting county agent's oilice was at tne 'TtmrsdayJojiy :27. J334- and no more. Accepted" Loni's otter to see been promised delivery by Santa Fe Junior College. I'ose. Member Rodney Hall
Wednesday.!:! AUK. 7. I meeting. rue commission, alter debate In other''' action' Wednesday: if the Masonic Lcaje will provide Aug. 27 and that it will take .Resided! to con nue with laid, and the students: who Gears grinding
But tea Commission did not Word of ih. "dowDis". raises IMg 1C: ttrfWly' \ approved a $1,300 toe Commission) : a corner stone tor tne new Drake a week to install it Banker's Fidelity Insurance I ive in Bradford County, will
.xllscoss tne new situation wnen not to ,the xoihMiSSitv! trtm employees ,increase with Asst. County Approved a $l ,tJUU amena- ctucttiou.se.Was, Drake will not be liable for; eel, with the Doyls Conner Insurance have to be transported to
a. Uelegrniph) reporter would not who dx not receive Airent BOD.DV Taylor and Secre- ment to the !Koael sr Br.dge told by Commissioner late damage on the carpet Co,'as! the local agent ;
promise, commissioner 4edra raises, tie: -Wtetettw\ t Ikarned. **ry'Fa>* Marlowe e ettm WOO Fund 'after Clerk Darby said, the Hiiniuton\ tlat right-ot-way is be- because it was not ordered for, student accident Insurance, Starke.Was told by Stipt Tom
Hamilton not to print what. was one commits: ler saul otner tttudytf; tt'e6 and' Iat1"ttime'a'ecietIW : gas tax amounted to more tnan :.ig cleared Mr!' the sidewalK through him but through a .-Told the purchasing gent Casey: that the county has
said. county empioyeB"\ \ sceptically:! 'Anne Oreen: getting. anticipated tnus creating a rom 'tl8 to Hampton Elementary Cocoa, Fla. firm. to ,' pursue bids for carpeting igrlcd to move some gravel a Rid
"Well we Ml walt then Hamilton menll>-:1: wlcn'1'I.or- large carryover School! in 'Hampt'On.uscussed Only hope to avoid conflict and sound deadening equipment t he middle school ale
said. The commissionersaid are cMgruntlett.' \''tlll.a'irl the' disci: ">sso.i: iwoum involve Clerk Charles Darby told J i the diasaAtfh h". 11I the new courtnouse construction I Uepartment's slcwness, sit starting that the carpet will arrive room at Bradford High. NoUn
personalities: and ne didn't: commissioners the auditor has I I vCbtAtnAitU iter 'Jerome 'JonesitantiFlllav JOb; W7,)4i to uriest Const Co. work on the Santa Io'e LaKe earlier than Aug. 27, Morgan estimated a cost of $1,500 for Raleigh Brannen, head m chan :
,,want. that in the ,paper. said one coucity can wait to advertise \ ..we Muggins' tntf!!! yJMu > as first payment. K2: ,ttl1I!> tor materlaJ Road, but tock no other acu: >n.Keceived said, and everything is being the carpet and accoustlcal at I the school bus barn, $BOO ear lubricants keep
commissioner Buck Norman I tie: budget lor adoption ) tttbi l crs'ssi-but' ;" tot no secondid storage, JlT,8a for Donds an Otter from Mrs. done toward that end. Furniture sound blocks to be affixed'' to t o $6,300 per year. meta surfaces moving
,brought/ tne subject' up cannot be Installed until I k, s a'>4 smoothly, quietly; cut weab<
ne ,would lUte to go over it, of fieptemoer.it Ekve Shuford in the tecfa tee. part ot tie: ,old J, w. 'Prevatt the carpet is down. ... .
again 'I' Cohnty Agent-''G. T. Huggins;i ,,Jftiy 2-tneeting.: oojectea ui > -Approved 1 Owens-Illinois' reQUest Estate: tiat! is adjacent to the In other action the Board: ';_: _-.JIll 4>- [STANDARD I"..
"It's my understanding we, quested a $
, Association request to ,i A..unt aka- *" L.. -c\.J
'i make payroll deductions for Call Your Standard
r, r2a : hII didn't eo'() that far. however slonal standards the Metropolitan Life Insurance Your Prescription Tax Records IN :
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SER8di881d/ saying the' county crew Is good The Board requested Morgan Co. on a tax sheltered are Kept For You *- By Us K. G. DUNCAN I ,
II IIarw but he didn't want to. get into'j to seek additional bids by next annuity plan.Appointed. I Andrews Drugs 964-5132 0111'MAN
another ,
A-bulIdlng project that Tuesday. member Rodney '
does not come up to. profes-! Morgan also reported that Hall to the Budget Review I For Pant Delivery Dial 96447170 "Standard: Oil Company(Inc.In' .. :

.,the new middle school Is 98 Board of the Santa Fe Junior I, ......... w._ -I- -,,..:..... "

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Bids on food, equipment,
and construction were the major
toplo at a lengthy School .

Chamber Signs NancyFirst 6.Board meeting Tuesday, Aug. On-All H-e" 1968 T

Best deal, of the day for the t ,
to Join the Bradford County Chamber of Commerce Board was a milk bid accepted
at four tenths cents half-
during Its annual Membership Drive kicked off Tuesday. Aug. 6, per '
pint lower than last year:
was Nancy's Flowers. Foremost low of three t m
was
Mrs. George (Nancy) Robert, proprietor, Is fhowi present! I bidders 'I at 6.29 'tents per half
lug. Chamber Membership Drive Chairman Clyde' TerwIDegarwith pint. Foremost. had the bid last FORIJtis TRUCKS '
'a check.So I year lit'-'8.1 cent.', Carlton AND .
far, 14 new member. have Joined the Chamber. The drive Dairy was at 847 and Skinner .
.has been extended through next Wednesday, AnJ(. 14. at 6.05.
Theme for this year'. Membership Drive Is "It Take Two American Bakeries won the ,,.
-'The Chamber of Commerce And You." I IMATTOX'S school bread and bun bid over

II I Flowers ville. Determining Bakery of factor Jackson was

barbecue buns two cents per sks j'eilt till eclJl't/l

dozen Gulf cheaper Oil: of Jacksonville than Flowers.was July .

awarded the petroleum products
bid for the year. Gulf I .
bid gasoline at t' 20.46C, motoroil
at 57c per gal., gear lubricant : i
at $1.25 per gal., heavy I
duly grease at ISo per pound, 46,
,fuel oil at 12.9c per gallon, and
I Kerosene at 13.18c per gallon.
Othsr! bidders were Shell and!
I LONG BRIDGE Sinclair. ,
Bids on various foods and l" t '
meals office equipment main NEW 1968 FORD CARS .AND N, w ,

CLUB 100'I I tenance; 40 new typewriters, TRUCKS TO SELECT FROMTRUCKS ', ', ,
and three calculators WAr"
.
I taken under*. study. ;They will .. .:.L'
FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1968 lie awarded at a special meet- 'J'-'
Ing next Tuesday, Aug. 13, at
70::! p. m.
"FISH The transportation system
FRY"I will! also be discussed next
Tuesday .
I. Purchasing Agent P. T, Noun i (
Dance to a Live Band Every Friday notified the board that bids
I I liaVe been called on'142 Items WE HAVE 'EM RANGERS-
,and Saturday Night of' classroom equipment for CUSTOM CABS LONG AND '
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the coming year. Bids are due
In Monday, Aug.( 12, and will '*: SHORT WHEEL BASE ,t ,, '' ,, trU, ti
HOUR 5:00 PM 7:00 PM
HAPPY -- ? to i also be awarded Tuesday

I right.Bids on a photocopying machine ALL CLOSE OUTS
OPEN NOW 12 NOON TILL 2:00: AM were rejected as too I ,

PHONE 496.4173 high by the Board. They will

4 Miles East of Lake Butler on i be meeting.received again at Tuesday's I v .

State Road 100ULcthjrDi.Ld Architect Don Morgan was S : '
II I I requested to obtain additional S, S. 1 _
bids on the Hampton Elementary We Mean 5s 4Ma _
kitchen project. Morgan: __
reported only one bid, from _
Masters It' Co., Gainesville, at
$4.618 has been) received andIt I A
was hot fbi" tile Entire'job)'
( ( ) Morgan Mf\ !'suggestedhavin\ the'
county maintenance crew assist -'' B.I I'

Board. Member Rodney 1fa11_ ,j J n es s .
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;4e ItltStt) Don.tJe.DECEIVEDUy ,, ; Save A Everyone.9fthese

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a ; Total, Advertised'cost of contract Prices In' 8: F be .I
I
iiiit w+t what :you actually pay. Get tds tQ _
""i 1 .I" q '" the' ''REAL FACTS before Bu d Ie:

t: W4Na A''" I._ from yon a1..OUr$8 .to tilt psytnent per month are I n t .l ) li stacks 'meaA you get a big choice of} :

I I .. -" 'r. .f toM with the Mine down S ""Big -aeIIInQ Mustang, Torino., wagons ...
: 3CiJO t' payment and number of SO N' OW Ford LTD' Immediate delivery. AndWh '
i Wr.V..ooa;$' BMO1UCHera's : months bank financing.to pay. No 5 per hidden cent! i"r. ,the; bet dealing price of the year! Come on,Inwe're ':

.;,.I OO .J4' charge Ten'top maniac '

,I$ .:I'''1 v >" .
i J.Fp'It LOW

r : AIIINI1 OVERHEAD CLOSE-OUT ALL $1968 MUSTANGS


Doe Itl! T 1e" Las.t.0 14 TO r SELECT ;
a v.rsetn..il-purpo.a adding machine' designed ;i FROM.
for years of cllpeftdable troubl-fr p.Aovm.nce Th!. The Owners -
compact, 10-K.y Champion lists 7 column and total Dad an I'8d- FULL '
8 999999.99. ElKtilc operation mafca' 8gur work" '
Drive The Trucks.
.ffortl....
fast and
ALL SIZES ONDISPLAY $ 2345: I PRICE

'" '. 8 10 12 WIDES -
'" USED Stock No. 1610

IIA1IOI9tMDLU$ : r I AND '!EXPANDABLES/ BATHS S

HA\'I.I..N LAKEGENEVA MUSTANGS Mustang Radio $1 Extra '

ADDING MACHINES ii"t't b:: ltif 6, and 8 Cylinder THUUS., FHL, SAT ONLY Mustang

AS LOW As".S.4ISI :, shoe. ,o MOBILE HOMES i 5 Year Warranty 50,000.J\lIJes\ That's our rock bottom clearance' price' for'

"'' ..,.... r .<:1:1 :. Hank ,Financing 36 Mo. ta .Pay Mustang.Save on optional.equipment,too.

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One mile S.E. Keystone USED CARS AND -

Bradford County Telegraph Heights OPEN on SUNDAYS Route 100. TRUCKS TO CHOOSE TERWILLEGARMOTORS I :

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FROM
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"HUon One PH..-. br ._.. ....-.. ....,........... ___ ___ ___ _
l1LU. _OLJUIJ.t"I'nr TXL.rI5J5IFII.!; STAR RI!:. FLORIDA
THURSDAY AUGUST 1988
__ 8.
KOTICH: or BMCCT10WBa NOTICE TO CREDITORS 'M TM't'! Of. BtlTTi -
More; Take Less Pills vvvvvty4vyyvvyyyvyyyi : It known that Jiat.-r.ol:: All creditor* of lit.. nstutof. n judgment may Im enteredagainst .
I'Rest Adams, &euretnry of Thelmn R. Johns. ,<: Wllluid J. MuAlexundqrAdrlroHH FILING CABINETS. TrpeTYPEWRI"1'J: RENTALS:
deucimnl.
you for the roller do-
Relief *the Ive att: notice of that Florid. .It* do O..nOlr..1Jo.e hereby. are ulrej hereby to notified and rc- Ijiiknown., banded In tlie Coinululnt'' or writer Stands, DefJks Chairs. Day: week, ar momh.-Brad.

From HeadachesWant NEWS ABOUT tlon will lie hold In Bradford .I demands: ; whlcli flls\: they any claims or You Aro, llt-roby I fotlfli-l( that Petition.Witness. Safes. Bradford County ford County Tolegraph. PhoneTelexraph.
County State of Florida against. mild.. may have nn, action, for "llvurt-i.IIIIM. horn my hand and l the
'
on Tuemlny next succoeainir '. estate In tho of- flied IIKaln..1. and seal of mild, Court on the II f4-6Of'i.! :; it
the you you are
: U1' ..
fast relief firm In Novewbcir, County JudBff of day of .A UIfU .t. 1055.Charles .
from the Monday
head- headaches? It isn't easy. Pills Bradford County. reiiulrod t" uervo a copy of
A. D.. /lOSS the Mid Tumidity. the' Florida. In yourvrlltfii t ...r.' if r A. Durby.
I ( """ i any,
ajhps!: ? Millions of Americana and drugs are not really too Courthouse tit Stnrliu" As Clerk. Of Hum' Court
..
SERVICE MENAaha&&Aiai.Aai.j tIng riorlda. to It on [>:iiKt>ne K. .lih.: ", At.
: withIn
do. Seven out of ten adults helpful. A recent study of 5.- :ber: to fllltuhafolr.r.o"v.l[ : : *' from the six..liLt. ,cali.ndi.iniuntlm of tlm, "- lnr",'" ,I'nr. rinlntlff. whose ntclruRH ]- lJy Hvultih Mooriy WORLD'S
tftRe flcen.: first publication. !I'< i II? Wnut full. Street, A* Deputy Clvfl;.
pain-killers of .
for headaches thin .
000 notice.
people showed that .
no drug ,,
@ iEach: si;'Irii'> "Klnrlda. and fllo the
United StateS Henator ; claim or demand First Puulluutlou: August/ 8,
aleast; :, once a month. Every worked any better than dummy Representative In Conores!I writing, and must mato must lh biin -- "..llflnKI, l with the ('lerk at the 1988. SMALLEST
year! 24 million people accord. pills. A headache researcher for the. Seuond CongressionalDlittrlct ':: L place of residence unit punt of "I I A 'it' 'h'J, .' iVytiri" I on or before .
8.29I
floe address 4ej.t." HJI: "i MnlH. otherwiseFOR 'S/8 4t
I Iflfcr.to one estimate are distressed the late Dr, Harold. Wolff, Tlirve; JuHtluea of tho Supreme and' mu.t be sworn of the to clalinunl by /the, ELECTRIC I4:. ', ,.'
enough by headaches suggested cutting down on the Court claimant,. his a"Hnl 0!' hla at, '
One Judge of the Dlntrlot torney or .It will be como 'Volel'acoordlnw '
onsu1t ADDING
their
ttt doctors. Head- number of things you ordinarily Court uf. Appeal for the First to law. : : .
a &&s are hard to Ignore. do in one day planning re- Appellate Klutrlct S/ Curl U Johfm, I .'-

'!Vhat triggers headaches? A 'tular periods of rest and' relaxation Public One tier Commissioner,'Ice. Commission, Florida. H/CARL Sandra, tj..: J.JOHNS Purkon:! I r -I I MACHINE f, i i//c/ "I,,.

variety of things; fever fati-- and being less' of a per I Htate. Attorney Eighth:! Judicial SANDRA .1. DURKKB I ,

gimr- a meal skipped a stuffy fectionist. Public circuit Defender. Eighth iud tide Co-AclmlnlBfrntorn of' THEU..MA! 11.or the JOHNS/ M:;". Thsit&cxM1ff: ,/:

r' m. But mostly big worries Common aspirin does. 'o) icial circuit det-naigiul.S'ug.n.. F. .Bhmv' % 1-k

and little annoyances short, course often relieve the pain State Senator for the following EUOWNK,( a'. SHAW ,,

tension. Tension headaches can of headaches. U you have. frequent .Seventh; Senatorial Districts! H3 Starke.West Florldn Call Strait 'I __ .1'

range from minor to unbearable headaches. or very severe of Members of the State Howe, Attorney for -AdiiilnlHlrii.. <,,,,i-t .

: they are what really afflict ones by all means consult Following k""re"ntaUveM House tar Districts the:: 1909.first Publication: AuKiixt S C'S'2 ,. -
,many persons who think Sixteenth and Seventeenth T '
your doctor. 8/8 4t H-2!
they are suffering from ml- County. Judff A2se4asc'a: ;:;
Clerk of! the Circuit Court "
gate headaches. Sheriff KOTICH IXTKNTIOV;: ; TO i ,

Mental conflict may stimu TICK DANGER Bobby'. Allen,.,:20, promoted I Tax Assessor RI-HI'I'rtl&NAMM: 1"11'1'1"0' 14 ;

late the nervous system with to captain June "'is I Tax CollectorSuperintendent Notice I. hereby wlvcn Hint "
changes! In the caliber of blood !Rocky; Mountain i spotted fever 10. assigned' of Public ln- tho undernlitnml.! .mirtor t thr
ve&.els.& I has been 'reported lri'46 of r to, the U.\S.: Arm,; Comba.1 Struotionupciriior tirovlalona Of' Heel"Ion KflS.flfl/ ) '
says Dr. Arnold P.Frlec1ham $ | Florida. .
of HleotlonsMember Htntutes. I UBi!. will ,fa
Aviation Battalion Due S.
at Hoa'Vietnam.
of New York's Mon. SO states." It sftprea4'l. ..lti the, *. Board of County liter with (hi. Clerk fir the, .
teflore American''dog.Uck 'In'Florida, ; CommissIoners, Dlxtrluts 1. 5. Circuit Court, In unit for nnul-, '
Hospital Headaches: 1 Captain1 1 Alien Is .: and R ford County Florid' .. inn' the State idaard.af Health.. .present! ,
lays <-el' t of
Clinic "Or with contractions Members. KoArd( of Public In. | proof of puhllciitlon
of* skeletal assigned; a aviation )Jason! I struetlbni. DlHtrlcta. 3 and< 4 "f thin. nn"'.. I he fifttio| '
muscles. ,,. .
particu nap .f ALLPN
IT..r.1-1
otficer-' the' 23th4 County Surveyor : l'r
Vietnamese
l larly those of the neck. RUBBER STAMPS *. inflPads. lit TflNtlmiiriy. Whereof I "nd"r which i' am pniruirei'l" In
,Infantry ..Division. have horeunto *>itHln.. 80t mv hand- and ,
Bradford
an you prevent tension C.antyTete: 'On'- "la.on'. 301, P. O. pox 1177: ,
cli1ve from
duty 'the'1i.1rd affixed: the Grant Heal: of the I THE INDESCRIbABLE Unifrex M3
I(craph. Ph. t84-83e$.. Spt;\Bn c'f fhe Florida *Hints. nf Klnrlda, nt Tull..."...- !Stark, Fin..
National
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KVMio
Allen P. 0: CbS 1177
see, the 'Capital thin the "'
r. G Btd', based ,in :8tarker\ A )" of AtlKUflt.-A.. 'ID., 1308.'Int'ellO St...,...' 1"1".. coin owner. Compare these outstanding features! Largo capacity
Bradford ffrivetf. TOM ADAMS Dated this 8th fifty of Antrim, .! lists 10 -totals 11. Credit balance, fast ((180
County High School len' ; over/ieas;/ 'last ..00,0.bar. SECKBTAnt OF "STATE' A. n., 11148. cycles/min.), standard. keyboard light
roomy even
%, ,He :Wav -a I'\lember'\ the q.SAL ) .. County. Florida.

OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL local! unit until. going on active' 8/8 4t 839In ,-8/8 4tp 8.211 Gddiag! & Clark Motors 8Vi touch Ibs.size, well-placed-no larger motor than bar s telephone paper roll enclosed weighs Just for

duty in July lOttfi. .Allen .i! the ---- Inc. true portability handsome carrying case Included
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STARKE In The ( 'lrml. Court Of '.'...
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FLORIDA 32091 former ? manager'. of,'Eagles', KlKhlh: Juil'r'til ('....." or sensational quality-built portable machine for.year* of
Deilutaent% tore here.,; The Cunnfr Jaifre'. Cusjrt 1 Florida. .'n And' For llrnilforil 1012 SOUTH MAIN STREETGainesville trouble.lr* service. TERMS AVAILABLE'Bradford
In And' for .
Bradford 1
August 7, 1968 His wife.. the former Jane FiCrida. In- Probate N..Conmtr 'en., Dollle".,. C'llur MuAle.'ii,. gander. I"al"

Open Letter To Bradford County Dlnkins :ofj ::fitarke' resides; at Johnci.In Re Deceased.Katate of Thelma' It. tiff -vsWlllurd' J. Mi\ :Alexndor ;; Ph. 378-2311

High School Parents 103B- N., E. 6th Terrace; InOalnesville. Defendant! i I County Telegraph

/" :'AiIen'a'.;mother. .. I. ,

_n._._".a. .P.. _...."."........a'.. tin, HAtnnlA:-' ,1Mtitaw- .Ifvttb .51 :
1552 '.AJamo' .Drive Lake : :
*" ., City '
Education has received during the past year :' ,.' :. .ffLRancl'er): .

more national publicity than at any time within Army Private First Class '.. ., !f; ,

the recollection of man. And not all of it \\waa' James L. Nettles 19,' son of !; ... iIg;: (. ;

true or helpful much of it only 'diaturbinjr. Mr,'and Mr.' Grady .Nettles. '

I Bouts! 2. SlarkeFa] .,j completed : ; : sJ tt1'W': 't

This is your school. It was built .with 'your : a Jiellcopter J repair! ,, "

advice to( fit the needs of your children: We be-' ,course July"22 .at',tJ'Ie Army '.:(f, .liA''. (

.- lieve Bradford County( High School ia on the : Transportation School. ;?, FtEus .. :'''.:,.:...' ,- ;',;' ''J(' I
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threshold of .is. .Va. "'"' I !! 19 ; ... I
a great school : NEW
MOBILE
year because HOMES. Chic.
our
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ents want the best for their par-' During' the 13-week course. find I kasha 20' x 24' wide. Buddy. i '; ''S p ie.<
children'and our be was trained '1n the'repair you your name among the Classified Ads, > George E. LaRue .
teachers dedicated Clemaon, Layton travel trailers .
are to .
their tasks. .maintenance of the, Army'scarEo come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO Liberty. Taylor Azalea..1 INSURANCE AGENCY .,:.. $ I J tS" .

The school board, administrators, ..andteach[ and troop-carrying.., bell-. Buy, sell, trade. Year bank financing I Auto ,
ers are going to try extra hard this year at what. cO tera.1' FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 DriveTheafre free sat up and de. 1 Fire Homeowners .t nl Jt t\N )lUtO\\r 1'1

ever cost in labor to see that your child learns 'His wife Yvonne lives Route Passes InIf. livery. BUCKEYE TRAILER;I LIFE & ACCIDENT ;,:- }\4':{ ) :t I Nr

everything of a worthwhile nature that he is '2. Williamsburg, Va. I MART, INK?., 6912 Blanding:,, I Keystone Height 473-4692 : 8h"'I
capable and desirous Jax. 771-8776. tfrhg, : !
of
learning. This ;
dp .
we can NORTHSIDE BAPTIST '
only with your utmost encouragement at 'homel CHURCH I&HASTINGS UPHOLSTERY MATTRESS PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration USED VACUUM cleaner reconditioned BIO PENS. Ball Point Re ( t ,rj {".i t f'( M."I'k" :

and your support of the teaching staff at school. CLASSIFIED AJ KATESVf WORKS Service. Home and $lIS 10 different fills. Bradford County Tele- .
: 110>> Lemon St. Palatka up.
eai d''on ;
L 'Bayles; Hlfbwa Commercial. Phone 473-3090 name brands to choose from. graph. ,_t ll" )iilf.ttlO.t: \'

We are working for the same goal -h'ei.'best t'.I''' SBV225 at Ralford Road to"15 word* '... ... Us, Furniture Repaired P. O. Box: 19. Keystone. tfchg Parts & excellent repairs aM

education possible for your child. .Together: we w ; :(SE:18]: '' (Minimum charge) Upholstered< jan attain this goal. v Services'Sunday( : .Sdhoo.'10 MATTRESSES REBUILT stove or electric refrigerators t GUARANTEED Quality Wat-
712 N. Main Gainesville
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tifully -
EisohsvuM. over 15 AtZUtra engraved la gold or
..:m.; Sunday Mornln 'Wor- ,New Innersprings silver. 376-7110.( tfchgpro beds dinette sets, bedroom I kins Products. For free deliv-
$1.25 for '
Very truly yours,, *: : '-.bl1S11.' .,m.Ttairuig:, Union; charge If notpaid aid Box Springs envelopes.box: of 25, Including .. sets sofas and chairs. Phone !lphone 9g4-B094. tfchg

6:30: .p. .nv; ',.Evening Sfrrvlo, In'advance'' __ Drop 17s A Curd or Call Bradford 964-7923. Dahmers. tfchg
: Ja)
RALPH County YOU? KNOW It'a easy to
DIGGS.'Principal: 1 "' Telegraph. tf BUY- SELLTRADE
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own a Long-champ Home
LABEL MAKERS, from BILL
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; Glenn 'Memorials Better built lor F) rlda living.
'. ,. Lawbonp .lt.or: Benolutlona_ I *.)9 R. Adklna St. INSURANCEAT > $9.95Bradford County Tele Real EstateAirconditioned
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REDUCED graph. Ph. 964-6301.:
t, cents Starlaft. Agent RATES
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word
per :
Your lot or : Contact Bu-
... ..A, .1'" I -- .'- AUTO FIRE. BOAT ___ __'L'ours._ _n __._ "_h_ .w __ ._ concrete block
,I. 5.. LZU100C DOYLE E. CONNER lora jvutcneu, pnone uoi' ,u'.a"u.i'" anQ Inll. nome on paved street -beautifully -

CARDS,.OF THANKS J I INSURANCE AGENCY 6853. P. O. Box 238, Stark e.:! Duplicating machines and I landscaped and fenced
FOR BALE or rent-4-bed-, -f. tlif supplies. Bradford County,
: :t'8H 1a -1630 sq. ft. of Improved living .
BO word'or, lese __. fl.OO r room, brick' home alr-conrti-- tfchg: Telegraph. area- 9400 Down, approximately -

Each.word over 60 .07 Uoned and central heat Lint $79.00 per month.
location l 323 N. Walnut St JIMMY MOORE'SSUN
I P-UMPS Used Mowers PiiHh Ride
1130 per month available August -- SPORTSMOORE or OVER ONE ACRE IN TOWN,,
We Trade We
a w@ IN TOWN 23, call Gainesville :37(1eeea ( NEW AND USED'SALESI'ARTSSERVICE BOAT FOB RepairFIRESTONE i. bedroom-Bath-Kitchen.Separate .

stchar 8/20{)I Uv. 'Tim. and Din.
Lakeside 'Home YOUR MONEY Free Pick Up Service..
Rm.
,_ ''DRESSMAKING alterations Deep & Shallow Wells Starke Ph. 1.645791SERVICE In City I Front Screen Porch-Back

{J OABYPEWRiTEA 2 Story-.i GRooms; l and all kinds of sewing I Water Softeners & Filters Phone 061-7502 Porch. Ref. .'nlshed Wood FloorsCarport.
Would You Believe
,$9,150 ,I In my home. Ph. 064-5348 Fxpert Service On SPECIAL: tf $8,750.

; 4trh 8'8' 1 I All Stakes\ t'SED FISHING KNfllNKS::

S. .E.)McKay. Realtor l : ; Phone 961-7061 1064 Mercury" 3.MIF.) USED FURNITURE ADD MACHINE ROLLS

__________ Keystone freights :: I'p DURRANCE PUMP! tORT Johnwn 9.i\ liP, AND APPLIANCES I File Folders complete line of

4734816BEAi3tW1TS II AND SUPPLY CO. f Stumpknnplter.1966 Sears 7'iHP., Used UPHOLSTERING .. flee suppHf,,._The Telegraph

il SEVERAL GOOD USED Add

ADJUSTED .. .. FENNELL'SBARGAIN ing: Machines for sale elec-
: ; FOIl. BALE-BRICK HOUSE FOR RENT TV sets, babj
$200 per 'vehicle state approved I ready for occupancy. 3 bedroom beds electric guitars and am'pllflers L-I CENTER | tries; subtraction, credit bal-

Weaver Inspection Equip- Ut bath. Treated. : just refrigerators\ by day.,_I'/i ]Ml. !So.'; 301 !Starke'; ,I' ancs. Bradford County Telaftraph. -

__ mont.- Bee George Ricks, 314| outside of city limits in week or month. Phone 964- I tf

: I mile north'of<< Starke on 301. I Pinebreeze. Easy rronthly 7923.: Dahmers. tfchs MALE HELP WANTED For FOR SALE By Owner.

Come out at your convenience I tcnn.i. Lon champ Coast Co. -1 I position as assistant manager in Modern 3 bdrm. block house

or call for appointment. Contact Biloid Mitchell FOR RENT Alrcondltlonedfurnished I, finance office. Apply in person close In town plus 30 x 30

It does so much, Guaranteed. Ph. 9644184.tfchg I ; pone 804-6893 P. O. Box efficiency apart:- Town Finance. tfchg blk. bldg. on location. Ph.
ment. Renner 633
938 Starke. t.fl'h"< Apts. McMahon -
but I NEW 1 REGISTERED Hereford bull 664-5174. Starke. tfcha
costs so little St. Ph. 064-6279 tfchg
!. 'I and 17 registered Hereford cows FOR RENT-Three room furnished
Make-An Offer LEGAL FORMS. Bradford ,
FOR SALE-Purebred Chihuahua I- for sale. Phone 964-7834 Starke.
apartment. Alr-condl

!ff9.5consol. Must Be Sold At DoItYourselfSEAMLESS I fllIl-63GS.f) County Telegraph. Ph. 'Ph. puppies.064-7956.: :Reasonably. priced 2tp Itp! I tloned automatic gas heat.

.
Across from.
high school and
Some Price WANTED Someone to work ,
MEN WANTED Laundry ALUMINUM PRODUCTS -- in nursery during enured/ \; Hours' elementary school. 414. W.

909 Edward Road. Small workers, Kitchen aids, laborers Awnings, 'Patios, Cabanas i. Phone 964-6490.( tfehg Washington Call Waldo 468-

frame home. needs some repairs. cottage parents, watchman arport, Boatsheda. UtilityUg 1885. 3tp 8-8

ll l1t1ed... Convenient to >cho Is '|I cooks and clerks ground-i >-lnCtat18d., AH Florida, FOR RENT- Furnished 4 room
FOR

and shopping. Immediate I[II keeper truck driver. Five Mobile Horn ell, Keystone 11t 8. and bath apartment. Utilities I. SALtE!:-Two house trailers
po- FLOORING \
'ht weh1.( _. information can I day week eight hour day. Ph. 473-4178 Itch g!. furnished. Phone 964-6852. ttehg : One 1-bedroom and one2bedroonv
Westmoreland
'.&Spwiteil State retirement vacations
Frank
Matthew. 813-te.l. sick leave. If interested. please
Atlanta Ga. collect Ztch* .. WE apply in person Personnel need for paint room fore, welding and repairs, porch rails or 964-7961. tfchg
'
54 MAKE'' J I Manager Sunland Train man. Must be experienced In: and 'posts custm mode. euibronn FOR RENT: Furnished apart

ing Center Gainesville Fla. colors 'varnish and laquer. Con- < (Springs off IB W., crawford ; -
.. 1 WANTED" Road. }'In. U64-7143 or atJ4- ment. Lights water Included.
t act Buddy Fowler at Wood
.W itll, many important feature*of':Boyd. office typewriters! Newcomer to'Starfee' wants to 'KEY! j tfchg! Products Inc. Gainesville. Pt 1., 6489. 4tchgr-8-29 Phone 964-7271 or .964-6250.

buy .used portable television. FOR RENTCafe and sand- 3725355. tfchsr
", Any make. (Must be. in good I I wich shop In Reno area. 733 itch. HELP WANTED Experienced -

ry' ,' FutVtfze' keyboard condition, (Reasonable priced. I FOR BAIjE-3 (bedroom hom..e.,' I Oak St. Willie Brown. Ph. FOR SALE Furnished House,, on grill. Also 2 curb girls. FOR RENT Nicely furnished
2
I t I I Pleasant,' light Royal "touch Write P. O. Box 895,.- Starke .I.IFOR l large Fla. room. 2 acres land. ,, 904-6581. tfchg 3 bedrooms. living room, dining Tastee Freeze Drive In. Renner- BR, air-oomutionecl Apartments. Phone iiouse.
4.5 miles West
of
Lawtey. 2tchg'-8-15
room carport utility room. Ill 0
: II Wide SALE-.1962 Dodge LamP J hone 782-3420. 964-6279. tfchlJ
writing Una Ztchg 8-8
I SEWING MACHINESclean- Pratt St., Saratoga Heights.! !. Ph.
cer 2 dr.
; hardtop 6 FOR SALE
; cyl.; auto. Plymouth Station
: II !-1I Roll 'n' Ready Paper Feed transm.: ; low mileage; local Bernard J. oJa.cotsenLOST' I ed oiled and adjusted in your 964-5280. 2tp- -15 E Wagon -59, clean. Phone 964-, Drag line, (ooater baCk noe.
home $3.00. Vacuum cleaners and front end loader worn. fn.
: /AWJI/ Quick-Set owner. Ph. 964-7608. I 7823. It
margIns Small black and tan i repaired also. All work guar LOST Small brown leatherwallet 964-H91U alter 6 p. m. Clifton

: I7VrD I I Retractable paper support Would like to fiaoy sit at my male dog mixed breed. in I anteed. Dennis E.. Cogglns In phone booth in Starke. FOR SALE 0. E. Air-condi, Polk. 3tpd-8-22

: :i m1j I 2-color I home curing the day. Pnone W4- Kingsley Lake area. Small re Rt. I Box 89. Ralford. 4tp 88' Please fiend C. O. D. to 1805) tioner, BOOK irru. Keg. 110 plugin. -

ribbon ,,7lflf9 for information.: 4tong :ward. Phone 533-2t 72.: lip. S. E. 47th Terrace. Gainesville,, Excellent condition, $80. Ph. FOR RENT Furnished 3

: ___, Guaranteed for 5 years- :MAMA PRIEST Nursery Fla.. no questions asked. Re 964-7571. lIp I room apartment with carport.
We need J DOUBLE OVKN
.to sell tius very nice : electric stove. Utilities furnished.
L.
School now accepting reservations. ward. Itch j D. Green
: .S-YLUI GUARAKTL two bedroom frame House witS A-i snape. like new. IJanmer's i Ages 3 thru 5. Phone L. WILL KEEP children: in myhome 18U5! Rilfora Road. .'nonl tW4-
n.y.1 lypewrtw Comply. Ino. all modem I Discount!' House.
gu*r. conveniences ana itcnsWANTKI WAITRESS WANTED ]
Apply 7013.
2tch '
S anWu replacement at no 084-7254. 6tchg 8.29 day or night. 1418 S. -8-1S
charge, other
w VIM labor and hip fenced yard. Quiet street, cool I in person B & O Truck Stop,
ping, of defective Thompson St. Phone 9645693.,
: >
any part (except rubber Cattle squeeze
: pert*, ribbon*. or and snady. i Please let me snow MEN WANTED-Men U. S. 301 South. tfchg WAITRESS WANTED -' :21
parts damaged by accident or misuse I gate ;prefer metal in cottage lip
) within live good or
of It. A. J. Tnmas .
years Realtor. Tel. parents. years or elder. Apply in person.Tuck' .
purchase. No labor charge within list 90 lair. condition. Pnone 004'61111. Age 21-60. Startingpay .
days. Qusrante
W4-57U1. Dnve-in.
WANT bo mow lawns. Call 98 !PINTO MARE Gentle for itcnar.
Covers only,the original purchase Up I $295 month, promotion 4It
7176. children or beginner. No bad I
ELEai'RICAL opportunities and regular increases
( WORK All ADD MACHINE. : ROLLb

flop in. See it. Try it. Toutl Jov **. spirited new Boyalitel land.types. Reasonable Outs stnca-. in FOR' field SALK you!: -Haul Mulcn pnone nay baled u) 46921. i. 5 day week In pay.sick 8 leave hour, vacations day.- A. J. Thomas, Realtor General-] $150.00.habits. Call thirteen 473-4508 hands 2tp-high 8-15,: File Folders, complete line office
Keystone Hts.
Phone 473. .uppllesTbe Tclefraph.
Real
and
Estate Appraising
4ttU or 473"' 21f. Ztcftg- -lS UP. state retirement. If Interested FOR RENT Ph 9S4-6305,
for Unfurnished I
Estates.
Corporations and
: Also Full Line of Electric John J. Windtmm please apply In per- Individual Owners. 30 house 2 bedroom living room,
Portables LUST Eyeglasses: in Winn- I son Personnel Manager. Sun. Years Experience CLOSING OUE all Motorola color -
kitchen
DIxie store. Kinder land in Florida Land 'Mat and bath. Crosby Lake i TV
please call FOR SALE Used electric Training: Center, Gaines- at large discount prices.
782-3377. Reward. Uchg range. Call 964-5153. yule Fla. 4tchg 8/15 ters. 205! N. Temple Ave.. Tel 1,, 1 Shores. $40.00 month. Contact: IJanmer's Discount House.
964-5701.: ( IT Chg, Mrs. Harold Smith Road 100 \V.ltp.
4tcng-$-29FILINQ
: BRADFORD COUNTY NEED experienced couple to 2tchg 8-8' COOK WANTED. : Must be ex 'I _
work layer arm. Lave on or
TElEGRAPHq RUBBER STAMPS and perienced. Good salary. Apply r TYPEWRITERS: Manual 01 LEGAL FORMS. Bradford CABINETS. Typewriter
otr. Jamr! Patterson. m. IM- I I5O:1tI. i Pad*-. Bradford County Tele- Stands Desks, Chairs,
: in person.-: -Lonuhorn Restaurant Electric. For sale or rent. -
\ County Telegraph. Ph. Safes.
a. I : 111,I i graph Ph. 961-8303., I tt/chgi Bradford County Telegraph. 'j I 984-6303. I Telegraph.- Bradford County






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__ ______ STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY AUGUST a, 1968! flirilon :2 Pa..e One
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n.oJlD. ALCOHOLM ,ulGn iI0M noaRAM

25 Years AgoBy


XY) HEED Alice McGorvey : alcotop -

Is 'There A Better Way? Er ,...,. w

Twenty-five years ago FBI i c sy J4

After attending: Monday night's world realizes that the United director J. Edgar> Hoover was ,

keynote session of the Republican States is tortured by racial strug- iI! warning parents that the Increase
In delinquency PAUL C VORAKERToday's
National (Convention in Miami gle and unlicensed gun-play, bled among ,
and their fault
boys girls was
Beach it is to understand the gold loss sweated soaring fdlfaa. naiat.atlas. Servlae
easy by by a \oRc lack of discipline and ,not
'puzzlement of the rest of the world cost of living, and outmaneuveredby Roi knowing where their children ALCO-TOPICS will Answer-An alcoholic !Is. a

over, the fantastic phenomena Soviet strategy in the Middle were. Those kids are the par- consist of a question-and-an- person ,who excessively and uncontrollably

staged by our two great political and Far East. ents of today and Mr Hoover swer session. Readers :are always drinks to a point

parties once every four years. We "To observe the men who must /C apparently has not made much Invited to sendln their where his drinking Interferes

understand there is nothing like master these issues, wreathed in progress In convincing the questions os alcoholism to the with any vital phone; of his
these conventions anywhere else smiles and booming platitudes be- ,,, u WH L parents. The delinquency rate address listed at the close. of life

Id the world and after seeing at ing hailed by a swarm of overex- of 1943 was mild compared to this column. Question Will the annual
that of 1968.A Question-What does treat- Schools of Alcohol Studies be
]least a little of what is in progressat cited adults cavorting to trumpetsin
ment cost at Florida Alcoholic conducted again this year by
Miami Beach this week, we can a huge hall, is an almost un- chicken supper on the Rehabilitation Program? FARP?

well believe'it. fathomable paradox to the foreign grounds of the Lawtey City Answer-Patients treated by Answer Yes. The South

.What is true of the Republican mind. Except for the ages of the Hall was served by ,the Lawley TARP pay on a sliding scale Florida School .Li scheduled for

Convention in Miami will likely be performers, it looks like 'Youth Auxiliary qf the American Red based on their ability to pay. Marymount College at Boca Ra-

duplicated-or even exceeded-in Day' when teenagers take over rr'r :'r CURR LCO WM; C RDlNEVIDR;'. >{ Cross at fifty cents a plate. No one is ever turned away ton. August 4 through 7. Central
noise confusion, and garishnessby City Hall to play at government." Where can you get a good din- because of Inability to afford Florida School is set for

,the Democratic Convention in One foreign correspondent, who ., ner and do a good deed at that treatment. Lake Byrd Lodge at Avon

,Chicago later this month. has lived through four national e price today? the sale Question-Whot does alcohol- Park September 15 ,through\ 18.

After a first hand look at the conventions in the U. S. has this went The to furnish proceeds day of room at ism coat (Florida Industry each North Florida School will be
a
t< 125 year? held at Camp Weed near St.
4P'1
proceedings, one cannot help but to say about our method of select- Camp Standing. Mrs. Edward

'wonder-how much of this hoopla ing presidential candidates: "The Burns, executive of the local Anawer.Florida's community. suffers annual Industrial through Teresa 9.QuestionWhere Beach. October 6

could: be eliminated with the resultof convention is on a very fragile Red Cross, said that women of losses estimated to be in execs can I obtain -

increasing the dignity of theUnited basis. The emotions, the manipu- Brooker were also furnishing a of $36 milllln due to alcoholism films and "slides pertaining

States in the eyes of therest lations that take place the room. plus untold loss In, to alcoholism which can

of the. world with no.loss- ability of people to pretend enthu- Increase In-prosperity- of terms of human suffering, be shown. to civic> school and

or ,perhaps even' a gain-in the siasm when you know very well Bradford County was Indicated broken families, and economllc church groups?

quality of the men nominated for there cannot be all that much en- by the yearly bank statements losses. to the Individual and local Answer FARP's Informa

the most powerful office in the thusiasm. A demonstration for a from the Florida Bank at community tion Services department and

world. delegate is measured in decibels, Starke. The cash on hand and Question-What part does alcohol Community Services department -

'It Isn't as if great issues were how much noise is produced in a due from other banks was listed play In fatal traffic accidents maintain a film library

discussed, pondered, and settled on unit of time. Nobody can be so as 542348.13 at end of the In Florida? from which films and Glide aeries -
Answer Alcohol Is are available on a loan
definitelya
the- convention floor. They were enthusiastic ''about any man to fiscal year. The 1940 report
basis. These deal with
leading factor. As as many
(three months before the beginning many
frequently touched on in the open- keep screaming for a half-hour. of construction of half the fatalltes in the Sun- and varied aspects of alco-

ing, sessions at Miami Beach this "From Miami and Chicago this ) showed $195- shine State !Involve drinking holism.
Camp Standing
week but even if anyone was lis- summer, the rest of the world will 584.34. drivers. Forty-town percent of Question What Is the "ty-

tening, he could hardly have heard not only !see America, but will hearit t' 1iNS "innocent, not-at-fault" fatalities pical" patient like at the. Avon

what was being said on the convention too. The clash of rival bands i. P'41I N According to County Agent L. were killed In accidents Park in-patient Center? -

floor. trying to drown out each other, T. Dyer Bradford County tobacco with drinking drivers. AnswerHe Is 45 years old.

The disturbing fact is that the the exuberant shouts ()zealots and sales had not all been Question Are there caloriesIn has a high school education,

only persons who clearly heard the hecklers, the mindless barrages of Casey At The Bat completed for the reason but alcohol? and Is above average In Intel-

speeches! at the :,opening ,sessions competitive applause are going to most farmers had received Answer-Yes. One pint of ligence.
more than forty cents per whiskey contains 1.200 calories, For literature and additional -
those
,were who stayed home and be all too real.
FARMER'SPrices pound and a few got fifty but'provIdes none of the minerals Information on aolcholisrn
watched the tele-
proceedings on "The idea that need several DIARY
you
cents. or proteins needed by and the Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation -
vision. Even the keynote addressby bands, or any music at all, to Because of a cool spring the the body. Program write

Gov. Dan Evans of Washington choose a president, is not automa- were good at the datton site crop was not heavy and although Question-'What Is a simple FARP'S Information Services.

State was almost lost in the shuf- tically comprehensive to Euro- opening of the tobacco market 116 farmers were elgl- working definition of an alcoholic Box 1147 Avon Park Fla..

fle of) delegates, alternates, news- peans. last week In High Springs.most No doubt the old courthousewill ble to plant 319 acre only 64 ? 33B25. There's never any
that the
for
ftten! ; and spectators trying to lo- "If the oratory could be kept part considering, the growers were selling be missed in some ways, farmers planted 178 acres. charge!

cate'seats, carry on conversations brief and sober, and the animal "sand lugs" or leaves from but no tears will be shed for -
with friends, or grab a cup of coffee the old courtroom. A school The price" for the 1942 crop
spirits of delegates reined by the the bottom of the plants. How- Interim Loans On Tobacco
board held there averaged thirty-five cents. Dy-
or'a hot dog at the perimeter meeting was
serious problems now facing the ever, we learned from a veteran
snack bars. there is last week and the night was er said last year's crop to- I
Apparently
Blandsection -A -
from the
country the rest of the world grower Available For 1968
little if any attempt to maintainrlter' : Ralph Emerson, thatthe'yleld'this hot and sultry, With the big taled 140,273 pounds planted by Crop
America is
might feel that aware
convention which will be old fan buzzing away no one 67 growers on 193 acres.
during of its predicament and treating the season what going Flue-cured tobacco farmersare better the
could hear was on, quality or and grower -
the off by at least 10 cent. He
masthe' to per
disconcerting per80'n' selection of its leader with the se- iso it was turned off and then Contracts were signed to able to obtain an advance has compiled with his .acr-

trying to make a speech. riousness that it deserves. said decrease that other:in poundage growers will saythe By Sam McGarvey the audience just. about swel- build, twenty ,FHA houses In price> support. loan on, their age allotment he may receive

Some may say it. is a sign ofgood The nomination of a Presidentis be ]larger,. possibly as high as tered, In the courtroom. The Starke at a coat of 72000. All 1068 crop of tobacco, according.,", a.Joan.} : ),oM5 c.efts per pound on
health, high spirits, and poli- rain in one section of Galnenville windows were open of course, of the houses were to be rental to Leaton Morgan Jr., ciialf ,, upto-'liaf: jpe .)end of his 'markeUhg -
statesman- 20 cent.
i matter calling for
per
tical vigor that! American} corjven'tlotis a. *. '- ,* and yet, nearby .another and when a "semi" ,thundered homes,'for civilian war_work- matt -' Agricultural JStablllza?: t "quota. The tobacco Is
are so' ItVelyTlBurwTSen; delegates ship! rather than 'showmanship. Th'decrease;; ,' in yield.. Emerson game 'was played on schedule. by on US-301 all dicusslon was ers. Each would )have three lion and Conservation County then sealed and retained In the
!! deck themselves out in Whether or not he looks good on lost. bedrooms, space heater; stove Committee A elmJlar .program storage facility. The facility
said,: has been caused by
color television should hardly be ; and refrigerator and would was available during the latter must be of that will
,gaudv: }hats and other trappings, very dry weather early In the Field corn is reaching ma- a type retain -
parade up and} down the aisle''* at the deciding factor in the selectionof growing season, which prevented turity now, the stalks and Weather experts say that cost 3600. Pierson and KIrk- part of 1967 for" that year's the quality of tobacco until -

the slightest provocation, and turn a President of the United the plants from getting off leaves are drying out and this summer has been hot but patrick, Gainesville contrac- crop. It Is sold. Commodity Credit
that amounts only a'one- tors planned to start about This. Interim loan advance to
serious matter of.the selection States to a good start and developing turning brown and yellow, and It to Corporation funds arc used
the rise in the as August 16.Circuit gives eligible! producers an make the loans.
degree average opportunity
weevils boring
take the hungry are
it is time to said
along he
of into blast the Perhaps normally. However,
'a president a big ,
at the ears, hoping to compared to former years. Court Clerk A. j. to obtain operating At the time of sale, the a-
that of tobacco away
hard look at convention a lot high quality
resulting wonderment on the partof our beat the farmers out of the Maybe ao, but we've had a lot Thomas planned to build four funds'prior to the actual delivery mount of the loan Interest of 3
observers in the rest of the system and see just how muchof has ,been produced this You wouldn't think thata people tell us that we've had on his property at Walnut and of tobacco to'an' auction per cent will be collected by
season and. that undoubtedly it crop.
'world can'easily be understood. the "sound and fury" could be will weevil cculd make much hot weather over a longer period Washington streets-two on the warehouse. It also serves as a the marketing recorder. If the
bring very good prices. ,
There was'a time when all they eliminated at no expense to the .' noise but one time when we of time this. summer than west side of Walnut and two supplement to the 'regular loan tobacco goes Into the price

knew about :our political conventions quality of the candidates selected. Scarcely a day goes by with. stored some corn in a shed, they can remember for some on the north side of Washing- program administered. by the support loan program the

was what they read.but'nowthat Indeed, it is even possible that the out a shower or two at our we heard a loud humming time. ton.Mrs. Flue-Cured Tobacco' SLablllza-, Stabilization Corporation, does
every move is seen throughthe quality would be improved if place and we had thought that sound indicating they were Bertha Pearce contracted tion. Corporation. not equal the amount of the

eye :;of the television camera, statesmanship were made the criterion the whole area was well sup. chewing away and we lost no We can vouch for that, as for five on the subdivisionback The'Cha4rman outlined how loan, the 'grower will be requireed

the horseplay ''and time-consuming rather than showmanship. plied with moisture. But the time in dusting the ears withan our Little Red Wagon, when of her Madison Ave. re. the, program will' work: to pay the difference.

demonstrations 'must seem incon- Granted the national conventions showers are apparently localIn insecticide. And that stop. left parked In the sun gets to eldence. The grower goes. to .his local Chairman Morgan furtheri
spectacles and many instances. For exam ped the weenlls feast I be the nicest little broiling Vincent and Frank Ferrara ASCS county office and applies i explained that this new program
time when'more and are great pro-
gruou's at a than pie In talking to Donald Dukes oven you ever saw. and at father and son, will build three for a loan on grain. The,County will not only enable far.
more serious thought is being giv- vide more entertainment a who lives out at Providence, Construction of cur new times the steering wheel Is almost houses north of ,their home at office personnel will obtain mers to obtain advance loans,
en to a'war'that is. claiming the three ring circus, we would like to too hot to handle. How- and Streets. the
he said recently that they courthouse !is moving right ahead Madison Orange appropriate information. A but at the same time will al
lives of sixty young Americans see them get back to fundamentalsthe hadn't had any rain out therein in spite of frequent show. ever, after driving a few Ouy Salea plans two at the county ''committee representative low orderly marketing.

every day in battle. selection of the best man as two weeks and that the ers. In fact we are told that miles, the temperature goes corner of Madison and Park will then visit the farm Tobacco producers Interested

'\ As one commentator put it: the party's entry in the presiden- land was extremely dry. the rain actually helped the down to roasting, and later to Place and explain the program to in applying for an Interim loan

"The whole world knows that the sweepstakes. And this does not contractor when the site was Just' simmering, so there's no J. W. Andrews, Jr. will have the grower. He will also Inspect are urged to contact the ASCS

United States is shouldering an always mean the candidate who is As another example, one being prepared as tho moisture use of complaining. But there be two built on, the north side ,of $ the tobacco for quality county office In the new Agri-

immense burden in Vietnam, a job capable of putting on the best night last! ; week a Softball helped to settle! the fill glad are times to sit that on, a Sam cake would of Ice, Lafayette street at Monroe, and estimate. the total pound- culture Center at the,' Fair

Europe his neatly evaded. The show. ',. game.was called off account of dirt used to build up the foun- cool off. and H. A. Carlton one on age. 1 Grounds.
Just to
South Street at Bay. |If the tobacco Is! of_ ,average

I Some Parents Take A Look Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beaaleywill .... .
Sky at Morning-Bradford; As .' ., ...,""' .... ...
have three houses erectedon
sault-Kelly: And The Wife
the south aide of Madison
It was an unusual sight for interest in what goes on in our Ran Away- Weldon: Hear No Street.

Bradford County's old courtroomlast local school system. NEWS And NOTES ;: Evil-Bowen; A Man of PartsChloto With Our Mea In Service

Wednesday night-the big The group last Wednesday had ; Out of SeasonMaut- O913> """*
For Today's Homemakers t' ner; Over the Fence-Terry;
noisy place was filled with school about school aides they Woodhouse; The Capt. Louis S. Davis turnedup

jargon instead of legal. wanted to help in the classrooms Wolves Bush Baby Klrst- The Queen's in town recently. He will

''For the first time in some 20 A cutback in the aides' pay from By Martha Sue McCain Confession- -Holt: : The Golden be remembered here as "Pin

years a group of citizens, about $2 to $1.75 was criticized. Also hit County Extension Stars-Leslie: Jesus Christs ky" Davis. He entered the

half parents and half teachers attended was Supt. Casey's hiring of four Rome Economics Agent" Langguth: The Grass Widow's army as an officer as a resultof i

''a School Board budget curriculum coordinators at $12- Talo- Peters: The Demon in his several summers trainIng ial a lry k. ,-

hearing.. 27(0 per year. Questions were asked The Sun.Parlar-ooron; The in CMTC and was rapidlypromoted
Eight or ten parents actually about the possible cut-off of The Sun Parlor Goran The to his present rank. .

got.up and asked some questions. Federal funds. A reduced pupil- PRE-SCHOOL HEALTH til they are difficult to correct.Don't Instant. Enemy MacDonald: Buck McMillan la In Navy
TIIECK-UP IMPORTANTYou handicap your child in The Sky Suspended -Bassett; Radio School at Balribrtdge.
They probably didn't get all the teacher ration was discussed. The
have probably planned his school work by neglecting The Hole in The' Zero-Joseph
answers they wanted or expected ; budget was examined thoroughly. Md.Another
your child's wardrobe sufficiently facors that affect his health. Myra Beckenrtdge Vidal: Bradford County By Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine
in fact, they were so new at the Those parents and teachers hada to see him through the first PALM DATE JELLY Naipull: A Dark and Lonely resident studying at a navy

game they didn't know, at first vital interest in at least several few months at least. And you Boil fruit to extract juice. Hiding Place- Benger: Strike radio school la Walter King at SAFETY TIPS FOR a failure Is rare, why not be on

quite how to ask what they want- phases of our school operation. We probably have chosen a study Two and one fourth: cups Out Where Not Applicable Auburn Ala. TRAILERSAILORSTrailer the safe aide.

ed to> know. hope they continue to be interested lamp and school supplies. juice one half cup ]lemon juice Freeling; Proxy-White. sailors have to think Faulty trailer lighting is a

But they kept Supt. Tom Casey and recruit more to their pointof You're all set, you think But. 1 bottle ((4 oz.) liquid pectin 4 JUVENILE NONFICTIONThe 3.67 InchRainfall. twice about highway safety, once common problem. You can

busy explaining the huge $3.2 mil- view. are you? and one half cups sugar. Long Search Sootln: for the car and a second time avoid this with periodic checks
Have you also prepared him Mix sugar and Juice bring to for' the boat
lion budget and School Board poli- We commend them for attending The Honeybees Russell; trailer and routine maintenance. Checkall
c'e' for three and a half hours. Casey the meeting. We have a for the GREAT ADVENTUREby boll. Add certo, bring to a boll Ideals( and Ideologues' -EUls; .. Bill Spaeth: manager of engineering wiring for frayed or worn
responsibility seeing that he Is!. Physically again. Boll one minute and! put ,
did almost all the talking for Wind Song-Sandburg at Kvinrude Motors, offers npots. Repair< or .replace It Immediately -
to know what is
goingon to do his best? The In Week
ready condition in glasses. .
the school officials the three JUVENILE FICTION these suggestions to help Make sure all bulbs
and to to understandour '
school board members remaining attempt of his health will definitely Soace Ark Lightner; Roam you avoid a serious mishap to are In .working order and put

almost completely( mum. ) education system. affect his. performance. NEW BOOKSAt The Wild Country-Elite: The Rainfall averaged 367 Inchesat or from your favorite boating some spares In the glove com-
There's no better to find If you 'haven't done so, makea !waters. of
way
We wholeheartedly with Kidnappers Upstairs- Rosen- B-adford County's three fire I partment your car
Supt. Casey. It's high agree time parents out) than to attend meetings and date with a pediatrician fora The LibraryADULT baum; The Programmed Man towers during the past week. If .you recently purchased anew Today's high: speed freeway:
physical checkup for '
your -Sutton Lightning Slinger- boat driving can be rough on i trail-
; July 29-Aug. 4, according to or motor you probably )
,. and 'teachers took some ask questions. child. Make sure\ that all his
NON-FICTIOV Gcssner; A Pocketful of Crick. the florlda Forest Service. kept the old trailer.Most ers. They're subjected to tremendous -

immunizations are current. The Phllby Conspiracy et Caudil Avalanche Dog Rainfall by towers was: New people do( says 8J>aetb, and oft 'heat and friction. At
Take him to( the dentist and
pPloq Bartos-Hoppner; Marassa and en times It's a mistake. All trail- least one a year remove the
The Bradford County Telegraph have all repairs needed taking Page: The World of The Wolf River.. 3.9 Inches; Louis Hill
Dawn of Zoollgy Wildcat Under Glass Zel; 3.5 and Santa Fe, 3.6. ers have a maximum. wtlght ca- wheel bearings and repack.It's .
-Rutter
of :
4 care even on temporary
ESTABLISHED 1879 tllda. Goes to Town-Brand; pacity. When this !Is. exceeded a good Idea to check this
p Our Own Worst Enemy- There forest fires
teth. before they affect conditions Ley: were no
Prisoners of Space-Del Ray; you're opening the door to periodically throughout the sea-
Lederer End of Obscenity reported over the week. an ac
M'oiawta E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher for the permanent teeth. : Williams Wildcat Under Gloss' -Zel; cident. Play it: safe. Heed the
Rembar Beyond Belief- -
q. o y Florida's Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published Conttnously preschool Eye examinations children are even for ; An; American Genius Geedyup And FriendRichter.CARD 15.50 Total Inches rainfall recorded for July at was the advice of your; marine dealer. Se- son.Wheel lugs are subject to vi-

% q41 recog- Chllds Luther Alive-Simon; lect a trailer matched to your bration and can loosen up.
Under The Same Masthead nized as Important not only because ; OF THANKS Santa Fe tower, 12.50 at New
4r/0)a vision, tem- From Battenberg to Mount- Our heartfelt thanks to all River, and 8.90 at the Louis rig. Besides an extra measureof Tighten them periodically.; The
poor can batten Cookrldge( ; Quarterbacking who extended comforting safety 1 the right trailer will correct tIre: pressure :will
sym- Hill tower at Lawtey. Average
Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office porarily affect the child's school make
launching and loading
-Starr. pathy and help In our recent for the month of July was make towing a lot easier and
at Starke. Florida under Act of March 3rd, 1879. work, but because an examination -
easier.The. The marine dealer will
ADULT FICTIONA sorrow. For the beautiful service 13:30: Inches up 1.43 Inches safer.
Subscription hi trade area: 1 year 94.SO; A months, I2.8O and follow-up may prevent Hilltop In Hazard-Rider: floral offerings, and food we over the SO-year average for next 'time: you have your have a chart listing the correct

Outride trade are: 1 year, 19.00; 6 months $2.73 such conditions frm as "lazy eye" The Murder League Fish: are deeply grateful. The family July of 1087 Inches car In for service! have them pressure for your rig Once
(ambbopla)
developing un-
Caught in The ActLee;; Red of Lloyd Cauthern Padgett. Check the ,towing bitch Although again, check: this (periodically.BRADFORD .




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tlJP<< One Page, Six! BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY AUGUST. B. 1968
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\ NOTICH Or ELECTION NOTICE TO CREDITORS Mtrur.' ov HUT
Be. It known that I, Tom All creditor of the "8tat.. of jmlfcmftnt, may tm untriedagalnm FILING CABINETS. Typewriter TYPEWRITER RENTALS
1\ Rest More Take Less Pills vvvvvvv'vvyYvvYvvyvNEWS : 1 Adums.. Sec-retiiry of State of Thelma K. John,. duuimmul, or... Willuid, .1. MuAlexanderYou you for the relief do- Chairs Day: week, or month.-Brad-
I the State of Florida do hereby are hereby notlllod .and ri'ciulred .dI t,ioes lJllkn..wn., inanded, In use Complaint or Stands, Desks
.lve notice that..a General. : to file any fliilmi' ruemands Notlflpd that Petition Safe Bradford County ford County Telegraph. Phone
Arts lluruhy
For Relief From Headaches Election will be held 1 In Brad which may have Witnee. my hand .and the tf
ABOUT ford County. State of Florida 1 :: ,' against. nnld ornate. In the of- jin notion' ffti, (I llvtircf i ; htm bevii deal. of Miiid. t'ouit on the 0 Telegraph. 64-6SOn.
on Tuendny next ..ucooe4nCthe ; rice o* the County Jude of rued ofrulnHt. you. and you are day of AUKURt. Jim8.)
required to uervo a copy of ..
fIrst' Mondoy In November,1 Bradford Churl A. Darby
Want fast reUef from headrs headaches? It isn't easy. Pills\ mid Tuimdaybeing County. Florida In ycrur, HtllttMi I ilcroiiHo if any ,. --
A. D. 1 1968. the the Courthouse;. at Suu-lte. An Clash Of "Ham Court
)\! ? Millions of Americans and drugs are not realty too SERVICE MEN the fifth day
do< Seven out of ten adults] helpful. A recent study of 5. rice..to fill the following ot first publication from, the of iluto of t th..i ,ilicH'-, I I- I 112 I WfBt. : this notlivacn :sI i.,UK (IM.irlilH and tile the First Puulluatloii: Aug-uat 8.
tftRe pain-killers for headaches: 000 people showed that no drug United States Senator ; claim. or demand' muni I be oilKlnnl, with the Clerk 'if, the SMALLEST
si:,least once a month. Every I worked any better than dummy ." ..&". &" '" Hepresontnllv: In Con:.iron* place In writing.of and mum utato the "ts.\> -tvl* ''I t ('mi'" !boor before IDAS. '
residence '
for the Second' CongressionalDUtrlct und pout of 8/8 4t 8-20
Hril.ml.i' :J I fillS otherwll
year 24 million people, accord1zto -'I pills. A headache research ; fice addre&* of the claimant. I | ELECTRIC

I : one estimate, are distressed r, the late Dr, Harold Wolff, Three' JuHtlees of tho Supreme .and claimant must. hit be agent worn or to hi by.* al the.' "
Court
headaches suggested cutting down on' the ADDING
enough by Jude of the Dlntrlut torney It will become voidacuordlnr
One ,. .
.
W'tfonsult! their doctors. Head' number of things you ordinarily Court of Aupval for the 'ii.t to law.
S/ Carl I.,
acbds L are hard to ignore. do in one day planning re- Appellate Klutrlct Florida I* JohnBCARt JOHNS I Ii MACHINE : *

at triggers headaches? A 'lular periods of rest and relaxation Putitlc One BcrIce: Commlitslontr.. CommlSHlon SANDRA H/ Sandra J. J.DUnKKB Dnrkcn. I i -Q4T1rx I 2" / ., ,;' 551ftifrt.ex

vaclcty of things: fever fatigue and being less of a per. 'I olul State Circuit Attorney Eljhth Judl- Co-AdmlnlHtratom of the nu- : MIII s
.
a meal skipped, a .stuffy fectionist. Public l>,fender Eighth Judicial de tate
r&. But mostly big/ worries Common aspirin does of : Circuit F. Hhmv

and little annoyances-In short, course, often relieve the painof State. Senatorial Senator. blatrlttat for the..,following 42 Kt'OBNK Went Call F. Strei 8HAVt .5 S (;II

tension.: Tension headaches can headaches. If you have. frequent Seventh Mtarke. Florlrtit. : //5c
Mambcrs the State. HouHeof I
of Attorney for C"-Adllollll..II'ul'I/
/
range from minor to unbear- headaches. or very severe
'r'
preBi-natlvn( fur the Pint Publication: AuwUHt H C .r S
able: they are what really afflict ones by all means consult Following House OlHtrlcts: 196$. t 4
Sixteenth and Seventeenth 8/8 4t 8-2!<
who think
many
persons your doctor. County Judge
they are .suffering from ml- --:1 Clerk of the Circuit Court : I
Sheriff IVOTM'M' OF IXTKVI'IO-V TOIHJfiltTBIt
SCatte headaches. --- '
!: FIC1ITIOIM"
Tax AssessorTax
'Mental conflict may stimulate TICK DANGER Bobby' R. Allen.'20. promoted CollectorSuperintendent :\AMK Notice: I. h...r..by nlvc-n Hint

the nervous system withchlll'lges fever to captain June 10, 'is assIgned of Public It>- the underxlffnefl under I ITnrovlelone
in the caliber of blood Rocky Mountain.spotted' to the U.'S. Arm '; Combat HtniotlonSupilrvUor < vessels has been reported. In 46 of ) of Kl.rtlonMomherH .. Florida. Statute.*, 1405. will ,K
says Dr. Arnold P. 50 states.-Itis.spread/by', the Aviation Battalion- 'at Duo. fins. Board of County Ulster with the. ('Iprk of the, 4.
Prledham, of New York's Mon. : Vietnam.. '- Comml loners, District, ,1, 8. Circuit Court In and fin Bni, American dog: tick In'Florida, and /ftMemiipm ford Cmintv. Florida. 11..11, ".
teftore Hospital Headache says the State (Board of H alth; Captain1' Allen Is :presently Konrrt, of Public In.trucUbn. celpt of proof of |uhllf-atlon
Clinic, "Or with contractions nf thin notlr-n the flc-tltloiiK l
assigned ai .alavlaUon/ llaslon *. DlKtrlcti 8 and 4 nam, of AI.L-KN': tf.THAMB IT
of skeletal muscles. particularly 'I I U1eer' too' tile'.2th' '-Vietnamese County' Surveyor .ntl.r which I am inirnfrerl 'In.
l those of the neck. RUBBER STAMPS. ..;& Infantry ,Division.On In Tftntiinony. Whereof' 1 '.n.lne..i* 8 nillex, 8!. of 1 Stni-l, ,
have hereunto and M3
Cotmv hand Unitrex
Wi.nn l 391, P. O. fox 1117 THE INDESCRIbABLE
'
"JCaa you prevent tension Pads.- BradZord countj'Tale' active; duty from,'tha:"C3rdpptsjJit. affixed ,'the Creel. Heal of the Starke. Fill.KMI .. .

irraph. Ph. 98.-G3es.; ; .',cf' he .Florida National Ktate, the nf Capital!Klnrlda, this at TiiHnlmaaee the.First- : ... Allen P.. 0: nr.x 1177 Compare these outstanding features! Large capacitylists

a iI GtJ- td'. based la .fllarke. AlI -- day of AiiRURt.' A.' :)., 19118. MIerice.Dated! Fla.this flth coin day owner of 11I,<11"1. 10 -totals 11. Credit balance fast ((180

Bradford I leh> arrived"'overseas last ..Oo'oher TOM ADAMS, A. D, 1P48. stnrko, Brad foul I cycles/min.), standard, roomy keyboard, light even
School SKCRBTAKtr OF STATE:
County High County, Florida.. than telephone. weighs/ Just
.He'wM-a the I .. touch. size- no larger a
I r member, SISAL) 8/8 4t 8-29 8/8 Up 8-L'i:, I 8>/ IDS., well-placed! motor bar. paper roll enclosed for
OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL local, Unit \lihtil. going on active ,- Gddiag & Clark Motors Inc. true portability handsome carrying ease Included.' A
duty In July 1966. 'Allen'is the
In The ('lrpt,1t, Court' of 'IMi. >> sensational quality-built portable machine for.years Oftroublefr
STARKE, FLORIDA 32091 former. manager of,',Eagles' l-l: .hlh Juil'e'nl. Iri'iil* OfKlorlilu a service. TERMS AVAILABLE'
.
? la Th. Count r J.de'. CaejrtIn ) Innd l For llrnil"orl 1012 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Department Store' here; And for II roil font CouCt?. Crnntr.) Cllsi* 1 I\...
.. August 7, 1968 His wife. the former. 'Jane Florid I. PrabHte N.. Dollle McAlexander., plaintiff
Dinjciiw 'of'Starke; ; resides: at In Re: Katate of Thelma It. -vii-. Wlllard J, )McAlcxandor I Gainesville; Ph. 378-2311 Bradford County Telegraph
!
Jolmtf. DeceasedCLASSIFIED .
Defendant.HASTINGS I
Letter To Bradford '
Open County 1938, N.E., ..6th '.Terracs :; InGainesville. J J _

High School Parents \ ,'.. .;Allen's, ';,,;Imother, 'c \ -

Dear Parents Mrs./ Minnie Murray., >UVe a.t
'
: ": 1552. ',A.aino':Drive, Lake .City
..
Education has received during the past year ,' \

more national publicity than! at any time within Army Private First* Class 'I

the recollection of man. And not all of it \was' James L. Nettles, 19,* son o:.
1 Mr.''and Mn.' Grady' .Nettles,
true or helpful much of it 'disturbing.
only
I Routs 2, Starke,' Fla.. _"eqm-

This is your school. It was built ;with your : pleted.a helicopter repair ------ -__ '-.-. ,_, _, ._ 1'.. '
course, 'JIIlY"22 .at,the ,Arm' 1 N- .
advice
to fit the needs of your children: We believe
'.. "
:Transportation( School....,;, FtEUstis I'I i
Bradford School is the 'iiiFj
County High
.- on '.Va. "ft NEW MOBILE HOMES.: Chic-' I 'a_

threshold of a great school year, because our par' During' the 13-week course, Jf you find your name among the Classified] Ads, kasha 20 x 24' wide. Buddy-,: I George E. LaRue _
ents want the best for their children'and
our be was trained'in the' repair Clemoon Layton travel trailers -' ,

teachers are dedicated to their tasks. Maintenance of the Army's',!! come to the Telegraph] office and receive TWO Liberty Taylor, Azalea..1! INSURANCE AGENCYAuto

'cargo! :and troop-carrying hell- Buy. sell, trade. Year bank financing Fire Homeowners
'
The school board administrators, ,anfteachers copters.7: ,. FREE PASSES to Florida( Theatre or 301 Drive- free sat up and de

are going to try extra hard this year at what.. livery. BUCKEYE TRAILER LIFE & ACCIDENT
wife
His { Yvonne lives Route
ever cost in labor to see that your child learns '2. WUliamsburg Va. Theatre Passes in. MART, :INC., 6912 Blanding,, Keystone Heights 473-4692\

everything of a worthwhile nature that he is I Jax.. 771-8776. tfrhg
:
capable and desirous of learning. This we can' dp NORTHSIDE BAPTIST MATTRESS FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration USED VACUUM cleaners BIC PENS. Ball Point Re.
reconditioned -
only with your utmost encouragement'at 'home, CHURCH & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Service. Home an,S $15 up. 10 different fills. Bradford County Tele-

and your support of the teaching: staff, at:.school.. Located i ; 'on :Baylesa i UIjw&y AD' RATES 710, Lemon St. Palatka Commercial. Phone 473-3090-- name brands to choose from. graph.
!
i \ > Uoi5word.'; __ 'UaMlnlrmun Furniture Repaired P. O. Box 19. Keystone. tfch; Parts & excellent repairs alt
j
I8BX225
at Ralford Road
We are working for the same goal he'est'education Upholstered & Refinished WANTED USED tan cook
\ : :-tan( 'im) ( charge) : THANK YOU NOTES- Beautifully makes. KIR3T SA1J3S A GUARANTEED Quality Wat-
possible' for your child. Together:we ,.. .. MATTRESSES REBUILT stove or electric, refrigerators
\ rv.1eesSl1ndI&Y, .S hoo1. 10 engraved la SERVICE: 712 N. Main, Gaine kins Products. For free delivery -
can attain this goal. : Ewch .word over 15 ..07Extra gold o r beds, dinette sets, bedroomsets
i, e.'.mt:' ,Sunday 11oi-iilng'Wor-; ; I New Innersprlngs silver. $1.25 for box of 25: In.
Very truly your ,. '0'; : lp.'jtla-' ra.lTtalnln:. tTnloai; !: charge If not and Box Springs clurlinjf envelopes. Bradforc I 864-7923. Dahmers. tfchg
: 6:30P.. :m-:. '.Evening Servlot, paid III 'advad'___ JJ3 Drop Us A Coord or Call County Telegraph. tAT f PfD: you KNOW It's easy to BUY- SELLTRADE
RALPH DIGGS.'Principal';: ,j 7:30; MWrareek"Pray 8erv1o PALATKA EA 5-9166 own: a Longcnamp Home? LABEL MAKERS, from BILL POWELL
.... |( MBS. PEGGY 8HAIXEBMO built living.
Better for FJwlda Tele-
Lwednesday, 13: G-R4V. Glenn $9.95- Bradford County Real EstateAirconditioned
I Memorials: Resolution INSURANCE
'
E. Adklna St.Agont .
oJo. ', "-, ,.. ,. Ir1ioflr.< : : :: '. --.>/f*-'t;,'t"p.., Sr<, "r REDUCED RATES Your plans or ours graph. Ph. 964-6305.
".7, cents per word Starlatt Your lot or ours: contact Bu- concrete block
- .G ,; I AUTO FDJE. BOAT ford Mitchell, phone 964- MIMEO: STENCILS and Ink. home on paved streetbeau-
J. C. HobbS
... DOYLE E. CONNER
Duplicating machines and tifully landscaped and fenced
dAR 8 ov Tn\vir 6853. P. O. Box 238, Starke.
.. -----7.-- ------; j FOR SALE or r INSURANCE) AGENCY tf/.i supplies. Bradford County -1650 sq. ft. of Improved living '-

It'8 Ilereifvezr '. ..' ; :" 60 words. 'or less --: a..OO room; brick: home rent.--4-bert-j tfchj! Telegraph. areaS Down, appro-

.tloned! and central heat, finelocation I xlmately '11S.00 per month.
Each, word over BO __ .07 I 323 N. Walnut St. JIMMY\ MOORE'S Used Mowers Push Ride
I PUMPSNEW or
ONE ACRE IN
OVER TOWN,
: 1130 per month, available Au- AND USED'SALESPARTSSERVICE SUN SPORTS We Trade We RepairFIRESTONE 4. bedroom-Bath-Kitchen.'
gust 23: call Gainesville 3T6B666 -
BD.IJ.W MOORE BOAT FOR
IN'TOWN I Separate Llv. Pam and Din.
gtchff 8/29 i! YOUR MONEY Pick Up Service.,
L&keside 'Home Free ? ,I Rm. Front Screen 'Porch-Back
'DRESSMAKING alterations Deep & Shallow Wells Starke Ph. 64-5791 In City Porch. Refinished Wood Floors

2 Story,: -.6 Rooms and all kinds of sewing! Water Softeners & Filters SERVICE Phone 961-7302 Carport. Would You Believe

'PORTABLE'TYPEWRITERIt ? : :' .$9,150S. .in my home. Ph. 964-5348 Fxpert Service On Sl'KCIAI.: tfi. 6750.:

4tchg 88' All Makes USED FISHING RNGINKS: !,1-

_____ E. McKay Realtor Phone 961-7061 1064) Mercury 3.HIIP, USED FUKNITUKE ADD MACHINE ROLLS.
: 1047 Jolinton 0V4I1P. AND APPLIANCES File Folders, complete line of.
Keystone Heights' : DURRANCE PUMPAND 1968 Sears 7y2HP., Used fire suppllell.The Tele..pb.

473-4816 SUPPLY CO. !Stnmpknnrher.'; UPHOLSTERING -
SEVERAL GOOD USED Adding

FENNELL'S Machines for sale electrics -

HEADLIGHTS ADJUSTED -'" FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE FOR RENT TV sets, baby, BARGAIN CENTER ; subtraction credit bal-

$3.00 per vehicle, state bvptoVed :- ready for occupancy 3 bed- beds electric guitars and Starke ivnca. Bradford County Tale-
1/ Mi. So. 301
,
Weaver Inspection Equip room Ha bath. Treated. : Just plifiers refrigerators by i graph. tf

__ ment.' See George Ricks. 314| outside of city limits In week or month. Phone am-I
MALE HELP 'WANTED For
_
mile north of Starke on 301. Plnebreeze. Easy monthly 7923. Dahmers. FOR SALE By Owner.

: : Come out at your convenienceor terms. Longchamp Coast Co. I position as assistant manager In Modern 3 bdrm. block house.
FOR RENT Alr-condltloned finance office. Apply in person 30
call for appointment. Contact Bifuid MItchell. close In town, plus 30 x

Guaranteed. Ph. pone 8Q4-6853, P. O. Box furnished efficiency apart- Town Finance. tfchg blk. bldg./ on location. Ph.

does co much, g 9U6184.tfchg NEWDoILYourself 338 Starke. tfoh" ment.St..Renner Ph. Apta.964-6279 633 McMahon tfchg- 1 REGISTERED Hereford bull 964-1&114, Starke. tfchg

but cost so little U and 17 registered Hereford cows FOR RENT-Three room fur-
LEGAL :FORMS. Brad. FOR SALE-Purebred Chihuahua for sale. Phone 964-7854. nished apartment. Alr-condi-
'* 4. Make-An 'OFfer Starke.Up
ford County Telegraph Ph. puppies.Reasonably priced.Ph. tloned, automatic gas heat.

: I Must Be Sold At. !81-630S.. 964-7956..: 2tp_ Across from high school and
WANTED Someone to work
(9 -
elementary! school. 414. W.
console Some Price MEN WANTED Laundry ALUMINUM l'R.ODiUlCTS-) in nursery during cnurch Hours. Washington. Call Waldo 468-

cas.llBgged" _ _ _ _ 909 Edward Road. Small workers, Kitchen aids, labor- Awnings, Patios, Cabanas, Phone 964-6490.) tfchg: 1885. 8-8
frame home needs some re- SEAMLESS' ers, cottage parents, watch- Carport, Boatsheda, UtilityBlclgo. 2tp
I man, cooks and clerks ground- ( jinltalted.) All !Florida FOR RENT Furnished 4 room FOR SALE-Two house trailers -
pairs. Convenient to schools
,' keeper truck driver. Five Mobile Homes, Keystone Hta. and bath apartment.; Utilities : One 1-bedroom and one

and shoppingImmediate. po- FLOORING \ day week eight hour day. Ph. 473-4178 tfchg furnished. Phone 964-6852. tfchg 2-bedroom. Westmoreland

ht irelgbi.'.&Sprited. seisioa.Frank MatthewS For Information. 813-.call Ol. sick State leave.retirement If Interested.vacations please MALE HELP WANTED Urgent ED'S WELDING All types Trailer Park. Phone 9646857or
9647961. tfchg
Atlanta, Ga. collect lickS apply. In person! Personnel need lor paint room lore- welding and repairs porch rails
'r and cusun made. tteuibronn -
WE posts
.' 1-' MAKE, Manager, Sunland TrainIng man. Must be experienced In Springs ott in w., craw- FOR RENT Furnished apart-
Center Gainesville Fla. colors. varnish and laquer. Con- ment. Lights, water Included.
lord Road. Fn. SM-7145 or aw-
.. .. .1 WANTED 'KEYS; tfchg tact Buddy Fowler at Wood Phone 964-7271 or .
Newcomer! to Starke wants to Products, Inc. Gainesville. Ph. 6489. 4tc.hg-8-29 9646250.tfchg

JTith many important( /ea.tuo". Royal office typewriters! 'buy .,u.ed portable television.' I FOR RENTCafe and sand 3725355. Itch HELP WANTED Experienced -

Any make. Must be In good "' < wich shop in Reno area. 735 FOR RENT Nicely furnished
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Tastee Freeze Drive In.
: Write P. O. Box 993,: Starke :large Fla. room. 2 acres land. I 984-6581. tfchg 3 bedrooms living room dining Renner Apartments. Phone
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FOR S.ALE-1962 'Dodge Lan- ; Phone 782-3420. 2tchg8-S Pratt St., Saratoga Heights.!! Ph.
I Wide writing Una' SEWING! MACHINES -cleaned : FOR SALE: Plymouth\ station
'c cer; :2 I dr. hardtop; 6 cyl.; auto. 964-5280. 2tp-8-15 Drag! line, doster, baCk hoe
: :., .' i i Roll 'n Ready Paper Feed tranam.: low mileage; local 1 Bernard J. Jacoosen home.. oiled.$3.00.and Vacuum adjusted cleaners in your Wagon 782S '59, clean. Phone 964-It and front end loader WOTK. Ph.

: h cli;: Quick-Set margins owner. Ph. 964-7608. LOST' Small black and tan repaired:, also. All work guar LOST imall brown leather tfM-BUlo alter 6 p. m. cutton

Would like: to baby sit at my male dog mixed breed. In anteed. Dennis E.. Coggins. wallet ir hone booth in Starke. FOR SALE G. E. Air-condi Polk. 3tpd-8.22
: 'M1! /s1 I I Retractable paper support Please fjenl C. O. D. to 1805 tioner uuuu trru Keg. no plug-
I bomB Curing the day. PhOne w47H8U Kingsley Lake area. Small re Rt. 1 Box 89. Raiford. 4tp 8 8 'FOR RENT Furnished 3
: ..:i r 1; f"f I 2-color ribbon for information. 4tong ward. Phone 5J3-ZU72. ltp S. E. 4Vf? Terrace Gainesville, in. Excellent condition, $80. Ph. room apartment with carport.
Fla. asked. Re- 964-1571. ltp
questions
:MAMA PRIEST Nursery TH
: _., Guaranteed for 5 DOUBLE OVKN electric stove Utilities furnished. L. D. Green.
years'5YEAR We need to seU tillS very nice School now accepting reser- ward. ItchgWAITRUI11
l11U5 Ralford ROad. none Wrt-
two ,bedroom frame House WIth A-I shape like new. Uanmer va tlons. Ages 3 thru 5. Phone WILL KEEP children In my
Discount House. itcngWANTUD WANTED Apply home day or night. 1418 S. 7013. Ztchg-8-15
: aUAJUMTBZ.
ftoyvl Typewriter, Company. Ino. flu f all mOdem conveniences ana 11114-1254. 6tehg 8.29 I
C .*... replacement at no charge, other then labor and ship fenced yard. Quiet street cool : Cattle in pers'n B &" O Truck Stop Thompson St. Phone 9645693.Itp. WAITRESS WANTED\ 21
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: parts damaged by accident or mltuse) within five years. of It. A. J. Tnmas. Realtor. Tel. parents. Age 21-60. Startingpay Tuck's Drive-in. itcng.
purchase. No tabor charge within IrM 90 day. Quarante* 5W457U1.ELECrrRICAL. fair condition. } none \UM61M1Itp $295 month promotion WANT to mow lawns. Call 964- PINTO MARE Gentle for

covers only the' original purchase. : opportunities and regular increases 7176. It I children or beginner. No bad ADD MACHINE ROLLS.
habits. (thirteen bands .b1gh.I .
\ WORK All
FUR SALE MUlCh hay Dated in pay. 8 hour day, File Folders complete line office .
types. Reasonable. line suricic- A. J. Thomas Realtor' General $150.00. Call 473-4508 2tp.8-15
flop ,no See it. Try it. You'll lovt fo tpirited in field. you haul. pnone 'JtH- 5 day week sick leave, vaca- supplies The Telegraph.Ph .
new SoynliM
Real Estate and
473. Appraising
land. Keystone Hts., Phone ,
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44BO 473-4 211. B-1S : -
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please apply In
per 2 bedroom
John J.. winonam ., Individual Owners. 30 Years Experience house living room. CLOSING OUE all Motorola color
: Also Full Line of Electric Portables LUST Eyeglasses in winn- I son Personnel Manager, Sun-. in Florida Land Mat kitchen and bath. Crosby Lake TV at large discount prices.Uanmer's .
land Gainesville
Training Center. '
Dixie store. Kinder please call Shores. $-10.00 Contact
FOR SALE Used electric month. Discount House.
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Alice McQarvey

ti Is There, A Better Way?

Twenty-five years ago FBI topics \

After attending Monday night'skeynote world realizes that the United Iq ti 1 1 director J. Edgar Hoover waswarning ,
session of the Republican States is tortured by racial strug- parents that the Increase
National Convention Miami and unlicensed bled In delinquency among By fAVL C. VORAKBR
( in gle gunplay, ,
boys and girls was their fault,
Beach it is to understand the by gold loss sweated by soaring W4u.. 1aIonII.Mlon. SeevToday's .
easy a ?1 \4' lack of discipline and not
'puzzlement of the rest of the world cost of living, and outmaneuveredby DiNE knowing where their children ALCO-TOPICS will Answer-An alcoholic is' a

over the fantastic phenomena Soviet strategy in the Middle adti ''L'-r were. Those kids are the par consist of a questlon-and-an- person ,who excessively and un-

staged by our two great political and Far East. ents of today and Mr. Hoover swer session. Readers are always controllably drinks to a point
parties once every four years. We "To observe the men who must 1 .t..t.Wh. apparently has not made much invited to sendln their where his drinking Interferes

'understand there is nothing like master these issues, wreathed in ;, progress In convincing the questions os alcoholism to the with. any vital phase of his
these conventions anywhere else smiles and booming platitudes, be- .W parents. The delinquency rateof address listed\ at the close of life

hi the world and after seeing at ing hailed by a swarm of overex- 1943 was mild compared to this column. Question Will the annual
that of 1960. Question-.What.( does treat. Schools of Alcohol Studies be
least a little of what is in progressat cited adults cavorting to trumpetsin
ment at Florida Alcoholic conducted this
cost again year bY'
Miami Beach this week, we can a huge hall, is an almost un- A chicken supper on the Rehabilitation Program? FARP?

well believe it. fathomable paradox to the foreign ,ia'N.. r grounds of the Lawtey City Answer-Patients treated by Answer Yes. The South
+
What is true of Republican mind. Except for the ages of the 4 1 Hall was served by the Lawtey TARP" pay' on a sliding scale. Florida School l'I scheduled for

Convention( in Miami will likely be performers, it looks like 'Youth ytwr & Auxiliary of the American Red based ion their ability ,to pay. Marymount College at Boca Raton -

duplicated-or even exceededinnoise Day' when teenagers take over CURRICOUJM. Cross at fifty cents a plate. No one is ever turned away August 4 through 7. Central

confusion, and garishness City Hall to play at government." I1 Where can you get a good din- because. of Inability to afford Florida School is set for
by the Democratic Convention in One foreign correspondent, who \".. .s\ i"a, ti Plt 4 ( ner and do a good deed at that treatment. Lake Byrd Lodge at Avon

Chicago later this month. has lived through four national price today? Question-Whot does alcohol- Park September 15 ,through 18.

,After a first hand look at the conventions in the U. S. has this The proceeds of the sale at ism cost (Florida Industry each North Florida School will be
W(1"tw t went to furnish a day room
( ? jiy year? held at. Camp Weed near St.
proceedings, one cannot help but to say about our method of selecting Camp Blandlng. Mrs. Edward
; 4 Answer Florida's<< Industrial Teresa Beach October 6
wonder-how much of this hoopla presidential candidates : "The of the local
k $Vj Burns, executive community. suffers annual through 9.QuestionWhere.
could be eliminated with the resultof convention is on a very fragile Mn4J't Red Cross said that women of ob-
R { losses estimated to be to excess can T
Increasing the dignity of the basis. The emotions, the manipu- \ \ \ \ \ \'t \ ; 7 Brooker were also furnishing a of $36 mllliin due to alcoholism tain films and "slides, pertain.

United States in the, eyes of the lations that take place the t t1'r41'1a tr room. plus untold loss in ing to alcoholism which can

rest! of the world, with no loss- ability of people to pretend enthusiasm Increase In prosperity of terms of human .suffering, be .shown to civic, school and

or orperhaps even' a gain-in the when you know very well Bradford County was indicatedby broken families and economllo church groups?

quality of the men nominated for there cannot be all that much en- the yearly bank statements losses to the individual and local Answer FARP's Information

the most powerful office in the thusiasm. A demonstration for a from the Florida Bank at community, Services department and

world; delegate is measured in decibels, Y r. 3rr Starke. The cash on hand. and Quc.stlon-What part does alcohol Community Services depart-
TIt isn't as If great issues were how much noise is produced in a Ngt43'Op G G? '' r rtiL1 due from other banks was list- play in fatal traffic accidents ment maintain a film library

discussed, pondered, and settled on unit of time. Nobody can be so ed as 542348.13 at end of the In Florida? from which films and elide series -

the1 convention floor. They were enthusiastic ''about any man to fiscal year. The 1940 report Answer-Alcohol is definitelya are available on a loan
basis. These deal with
leading factor. As many
before the beginning many as
(three months
frequently touched on in the open- keep screaming for a half-hour. of construction of half the fatalltcs. In the Sun- and varied aspects of alco-
big, sessions at Miami Beach this "From Miami and Chicago this showed $195- shine State !involve drinking holism
)
week, but even if anyone was lis- summer, the rest of the world will 58434.Camp Blandlng drivers. Forty-tour\ percent of Question What Is the "ty

tening, he could hardly have heard not only see America, but will hearit "Innocent not-at-fault" fatalities pical" patient like at the Avon

what was being said on the con- too. The clash of rival bands I According to County Agent L. were killed in accidents Park in-patient Center? .

vention floor. trying to drown out each other, s 4 T. Dyer Bradford County tobacco with drinking drivers. AnswerHe: Is 45 years old.

The disturbing fact is that the the exuberant shouts of zealots and sales had not all been Question Are there caloriesIn has a high school education,

only persons who clearly heard the hecklers the mindless barrages of Casey At The BatFARMER'S completed for the season but alcohol? and is above average in intel-
at the sessions to farmers had receivedmore Answer-Yes. One pint of ligence.
speeches: ;i opening competitive applause are going most
than forty cents per whiskey contains 1,200 calories For literature and additional -
,were those who stayed home and be all too real.
pound and a few got fifty but provides none of the min information on aolcholl.im
watched the proceedings on tele- "The idea that you need several DIARY cents. erals, or proteins needed by and the Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation -

vision. Even the keynote addressby bands, or any music at all, to Because of a cool spring the the. body. Program write

Gov. Dan Evans of Washington choose a president, is not automatically Prices were good at the datlon site. crop was not heavy. and although Quesdon-.What' la a simple FARP'S Information Services
State was almost lost in the shuf- comprehensive to Euro- opening of the tobacco market e 116 farmers were elgl-, working definition of an alcoholic Box 1147, Avon Park Fla.,

fle of delegates, alternates, newsmen peans. last considering week In that High for the Springs most No doubt the old courthousewill ble to plant 319 acres only 64 ? 33825. There's never any

and spectators trying to locate "If the oratory could be kept part, the growers were selling be missed In some ways, farmers planted 178 acres. charget

,seats, carry on conversations brief and sober, and the animal "sand lugs" or leaves from but no tears will be shed for
vti th"friends, or grab a cup of cof- the old courtroom. A school The price for the 1942 crop H
spirits of delegates reined by the the bottom of the plants. However Interim Loans On Tobacco
fee or'a hot dog at the perimeter serious problems now facing the we learned from a veteran board meeting was held there averaged thirty-five cents. Dy-
there is last week and the night was er said last year's crop to-
snack bars. Apparently Bland
from the
the rest of the world grower Available
country, the big planted by For 1968 Crop
little if any attempt to maintain feel that America is aware section Ralph Emerson, that hot and sultry. With taled 140273, pounds
might
old fan buzzing away no one 67 growers on 193 acres.
whichrhtirat1 this
order convention the will be
during a yield season
of its predicament and treating the hear what going on Flue-cured tobacco farmers quality better and the
could was or grower
at least cent. He
be to the off by 10
disconcerting per
per- selection of its leader with the seriousness BO it was turned off and then Contracts were signed to are able to obtain an advance has complied with his ,acr-
said that other
Ion trying to make a speech. that it deserves. the decrease, in poundage growers will say By Sam McGarvey the audience just about sweltered build I twenty ,FHA houses in price support loan on their age allotment, "he may receive

,Some may say it is a sign of The nomination of a Presidentis be larger, possibly as high as in the courtroom. The. Starke at a coat of 72000. AU 1068 crop of tobacco according, a.'" ..J Joan} ofj'15 cents per pound onup'tar'lliJ.jpe
I good health, high spirits, and political !- of to be rental to Leaton Morgan Jr., chat .
matter calling for statesman- 20 per cent. rain In one section of Gaines. windows were open course, of the houses were ( .. of his mar.
h vigor that American cqnven"tions } a rather than 'showmanship. .. V.*. ,,. -ville- and yet, nearby;apothor and when a "semi" ,thunderedby homes 'for' civilian war ,work malt', :Agricultural 'Stabilize?" keTUi quota. The tobacco is
.
are so WetyT.Burwnen: delegates ship The- decrease.I' In yield' Emerson game vas! played on schedule. on US-301 all dicussion was ers. Each would\ )have' three tlon and Conservation County then sealed and retained In the
deck themselves out in Whether or not he looks good on said,, has been caused by lost. bedrooms, space heater, stove Committee. A similar program storage facility. The facility
color television should hardly be and refrigerator and would was available during the latter must be of that will
,gaudy hats and other trappings, very dry weather early in the Field corn Is reaching maturity a typo retain -
parade up and down the aisles! at the deciding factor in the selectionof growing season) which prevent. now, the stalks and Weather experts say that. cost $3,690. Pierson and Kirk- part of 1067 for that year's the quality of tobacco un-

the slightest provocation, and turn a President of the United ed the plants from getting off leaves are drying out and this summer has been hot but patrick Gainesville contractors crop. til it is sold. Commodity Credit
serious matter of-the selectionof States. to a good start and developing turning brown and yellow and that it amounts to only a'one- planned to start about This interim loan. advance Corporation funds'! are used to
the degree rise in the average as August 16.Clrcult gives eligible producers 'an op make the loans.At .
'into big blast the Perhaps! it is time to take along normally. However, he said the hungry weevils are boring
'a president a ,
to compared to former years. Court Clerk A. .s1. portunity obtain'operatingfunds the time of sale, the amount -
hard look at our convention that .a lot of high quality tobacco away at the ears, hoping
resulting wonderment on the partof has been beat the farmers out of the Maybe so, but we've had a lot Thomas planned to build four prior to the actual delivery of the loan Interest of 3
observers in the rest of the system and see just how muchof season andthat. undoubtedly produced this It crop. You wouldn't think thata people tell us that we've had on his property at Walnut and of tobacco to'' an auction per cent, will be collected by

'world can'easily be understood. the "sound and fury" could be will bring very good prices. weevil cculd make much hot weather over a longer per Washington streets-two on the warehouse. It also serves as a the marketing recorder. If the
There was'a time when all they eliminated at no expense to the a *' noise, but one time when we iod of time this summer than west Aide of Walnut and two supplement to the 'regular loan tobacco goes Into the price

knew, about :our political conven- quality of the candidates selected. Scarcely a day goes by with stored some corn in a shed, they can remember for aome on the north side of Washing program administered ,by the support loan program the

tions was what they read"but'nowthat Indeed, it is even possible that the out a shower or two at our we heard a loud humming time. ton.Mrs. Flue-Cured: Tobacco. 'Stabiliza. Stabilization Corporation does
every move is seen throughthe quality would be improved if place and we had thought that sound Indicating they were Bertha Pearce contracted Eton. Corporation.- not equal the amount of the
eye ''of the' television camera, statesmanship were made the cri- the whole area. was well sup chewing away and we lost no We can vouch for that, as for five on the subdivision The Chairman outlined how loan. the grower will be required

the horseplay ''and time-consuming terion rather than showmanship. plied with moisture. But the time In dusting the ears with our Little Red Wagon, when back of her Madison Ave. re. the, program will work: ,. to pay the difference

demonstrations 'must seem incongruous Granted the national conventions showers are apparently local an Insecticide. And that stop. left parked in the sun gets to eldence. The grower goes. to .his local Chairman Morgan further

at time when'more and are great spectacles and pro- in many Instances. For example ped the weenlla feast! be the nicest little broiling Vincent and Frank Ferrara. ASCS county office and 'applies i explained that this new pro-
a entertainment than in talking to Donald Dukes r oven you ever saw, and at father and lIOn, will build three for a loan on grain. The Coun- gram will not only enable far-
more serious' thought is being giv- vide more a who lives out at Providence, Construction of cur new times the steering wheel la almost houses north of ,their home at ty office personnel will obtain mers to obtain advance, loans
en to a war ,that is, claiming the three ring circus, we would like to he said recently that thy courthouse is moving right ahead too hot to handle. How- Madison and Orange Streets. the appropriate information. A but at the same time will allow -

lives of sixty young Americans see them get back to fundamentalsthe hadn't had any rain out therein In spite of frequent show ever, after driving a few GUY Sales plans. two at the county committee representative orderly marketing.

every day in battle. selection of the best man as two weeks and that the ers. In fact we are told that miles, the temperature goes corner of Madison and Park will then visit the. farm Tobacco producers Interested

'' As one commentator put it: the party's entry in the presiden- land. was extremely dry. the rain actually. helped the down to roasting, and later to Place. and explain the program to in applying for an Interim loan

I "The whole world knows that the sweepstakes. And this does not contractor when the site was just simmering so there's no J. W. Andrews Jr. will have the grower. lie will also inspect are urged to contact the ASCS

United States is shouldering an always mean the candidate who is As another example one being prepared as the moisture use of complaining. But there two built on the north side ,of the tobacco for quality county office In the new Agriculture

Immense burden in Vietnam, a job capable of putting on the best night last; week a Softball. helped to settle the 1111 are times sit that Sam cake would of Ice be Lafayette street at Monroe and estimate 'the total pound- Center at the Fair-
to
glad on a
Europe hdq neatly evaded. The show. ,- game.was called off account of dirt used to build up the foun- Just to cool off. and H. A. Carlton one on aye i Grounds.By .
South Street at Bay. |IU the tobacco Is of_ ,average

Some Parents Take AIt Look Sky at Morning-Bradford; As Mr. and Mrs. O. L, Beasley
will have three houses erectedon
sault-Kelly; And The Wife
was an unusual sight for interest in what goes on in our Ran Away Weldon; Hear No the south aide of Madison ,

Bradford County's old courtroomlast local school system. NEWS And NOTES Evil-Bowen; A Man of FartsCbloto Street.With Our Men In Service

Wednesday night-the big The group last Wednesday had ; Out of Season -Maut- ((1943) *
school aides they For Today' Homemakers i ner; Over the Pence-Terry: +4 sN
noisy place was filled with school about The Capt. Louis S. Davis. turnedup
Bush Baby-Woodhouse;
jargon, instead of legal. wanted to help in the classroom
Wolves Kirst The Queen's in town recently He will I Ak ,,.,
By Martha Sue McCain ;
.For the first time in some 20 A cutback in the aides' pay from Confession-Holt: The Golden be remembered here as "Pin.ky"

years a group of citizens, about $2 to $1.75 was criticized. Also hit County Extension Stars-Leslie; Jesus Christs Davis. He entered the

half parents and half teachers, attended was Supt. Casey's hiring of four Home Economics Agent W Langguth; The Grass Widow's army as an officer as a result
ia School Board budget curriculum coordinators at $12- Tale 'Peters: The Demon In of his several summers training r lF.t +

hearing. 270 per year. Questions were ask- The Sun-Parlor-Ooron; The in CMTC and was rapidly .t

Eight or ten parents actually ed about the possible cut-off of The Sun Parlor Moran. The promoted to his present rank.
PRE.. $got up and asked some questions. Federal funds. A reduced pupil- Instant Enemy :
They probably didn't get all the teacher ration was discussed. The CHECK-UP IMPORTANTYou handicap your child in The. Sky Suspended Bassett; Radio School at Balnbrldge.
have probably planned his school work by neglecting .
The Hole In The Zero-Joseph
answers they wanted or expected ; budget was examined thoroughly. child wardrobe Md.Another
your sufficiently facors that affect his health. Beckenridge Vidal
Myra ; Bradford County Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marina
in fact, they were so new at the Those parents and teachers hada to see him through the first PAUl DATE JELLY Nalpuli; A Dark and Lonely resident studying at a navy

game they didn't know, at first vital interest in at least several few months at least. And you Boll fruit to extract Juice.! Hiding Place- Benger; Strike radio school la Walter King at SAFETY TIPS FOR a failure is rare, why not be on
quite how to ask what they wanted phases of our school operation. We probably have chosen a study Two and one fourth cups Out Where Not AppUcable- Auburn. Ala TRAILER-SAILORS the safe side.

to know. hope they continue to be interested lamp and school supplies. Juice one half cup lemon juice Freellng; Proxy-White. Trailer sailors 'have to think Faulty trailer lighting Is a

But they kept Supt. Tom Casey and recruit more to their pointof You're aU set. you think. But 1 bottle ((4 oz.) liquid pectin, 4 JUVENILE NON-FICTION 3.67 InchRainfall twice about highway safety, once common problem. You can

busy explaining the huge $3.2 million view. are you? and one half cups sugar. The Long Search Sootin: for the car and a second time 'avoid ,this with periodic checks

budget and School Board poli- We commend them for attend- Have you also prepared him Mix sugar and juice, bring to The Honeybees Russell; for>I the boat traIler and routine maintenance. Check

c'ei' for three and a half hours Ca.. the meeting. We have for the GREAT -ADVENTURE boll. Add certo, bring to a boil Idoals and Ideologues-Ellis; Bill Spaeth: manager of engineering I- all wiring for frayed or worn
ing a responsibility -
by seeing that be is Physically again. Boll one minute and put p ,
sey did almost all the talking for Wind Song-Sandburg at Evlnrude Motors offers spots. Repair or replace It immediately -
know what is
to goingon
ready to do Ills best? The In glasses. In WeekRainfall
con .
the school officials, the three JUVENILE FICTION these suggestions to help Make sure all bulbs
and to attempt to understandour
dition of his
health will
definite
school board members remaining Space Ark Lightner; Roam you! avoid a serious mishap to are in ,working order and put
education system. ly affect his performance.If BOOKSAt
almost completely mum. NEW The Wild Country-Ellis; The averaged 3C7, Inchesat or from your favorite boating some spares in the glove compartment -
with There's no better way to find you haven't done so. make. K'dnappers'! UpstairsRosen- B-adford County's three fire Mraters. ,, of your car
We wholeheartedly agree date 'with
It's high time out than to attend meetings and a a pediatrician for The Library baum; The Programmed Man towers during the past week. If .you recently purchased anew Today's high: speed freeway
Supt. Casey. par-
physical check-up for
a '
ask questions. your -Sutton; Lightning Sllnger July'' 29-Aug. 4, according to boat or motor, you prob- driving! can be rough on trailers -
teachers took
ents and' some child. Make that all his
sure ADULT NON-FICTION Gcssner; A Pocketful of Cricket the Florida Forest Service. ably kept the old trailer. Most They're, subjected to tre-

immunizations Take him to are the: dentist current.and The Philby Conspiracy: Caudll Avalanche Doc Rainfall by towers was' : New people do, says Spaeth and often mendous !heat and friction. At

ORIt4 The Bradford County Telegraph'ESTABLISHED have all repairs needed\ taking Page: The World of The Wolf Bartoj-Hoponer; Marassa andW'l River, 3.9 inches; Louis HU1. times It's a mistake. All trailers least one a year remove the
4 care of even .on temporary, -Rutter: Dawn of Zooligy cat Under Class Zet; 3.S, and Santa Fe, 36. have a maximum alight' ca wheel bearings and repack
1879 tilda Goes to Town-Brand; pacity. When this U exceeded It's a good idea to check this)
Own Worst Enemy- There forest fires
A Our
teth, before they affect conditions !- Ley: were no
Prisoners of Space-Del Ray; you're 'opening the door to periodically ,throughout the sea-
an ac-
Lederer End of Obscenity reported the week.
u eu : E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher for the permanent teeth. : Wildcat over
r Rembar, Beyond Belief-Williams Under Gloss-Zei;; cident. Play It:. safe. Heed the

q, o y Florida' Oldest\ Weekly Newspaper Published Contlnously preschool Eye examinations children ,are even for ; An American Genius Geedyup And P'rtend-Rlchler. 15.50 Total Inches rainfall recorded for July at was the advice of your marine dealer. Select son.Wheel lugs 'are subject to vibration -

flat Under The Same Masthead. \ as Important, not only recognized be Childs; Luther Alive-Simon; CARD OF THANKS Santa Fe tower 1250 at New a trailer matched to your and can loosen up.
g110 cause poor vision can tem- From Battenberg to Mount- Our :heartfelt thanks to all River, and 8.90 at the Louis rig. Besides an extra measure Tighten tMrn :periodically: The
batten Cookridge; Quarter who extended of safety, the right trailer will correct tire pressure will
at the Post Office comforting sym- Hill tower at Lawtey. Average
Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter porarily affect the .chlld'sschoolwork
backing-Starr. pathy and help in our recent for the month of July was make launching and loading make towing a' tot easier and
but because examination
at Starke. Florida under Act of March 3rd. 1879. an
ADULT FICTION sorrow. For the beautiful service 12:30: Inches, up 1.43 inches caster. safer. The marine dealer will
Subscription in trade area: 1 year, 14.50; 0 month, J2.8O and follow-up may prevent A Hilltop in Hazard-Rider: floral offerings, and food we over the 50-year average for The next time you have your have a chart listing the correct
such conditions
"lazy eye"
Outrfde. trade area: 1 year, $9.00: 6 months, 12.75 (ambbopla) frm as developing un The Murder League Fish; are deeply grateful. The !tfarn- July of 1087 inches car In for service have them pressure for your rig. Once

Caught in The ActLee; Red ily of Lloyd Cauthern Padgett. check the ,towing l hitch, Although again, check this Ier1od1cally.DRADFORD ) .




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,. Bob Morgan and his friend.
F PLANNING LUNCHEON _ FIREMAN'S BALL
_ v-.i'- ''''r
Miss CalUouet of
Mary Palatka. .
I vositea wittn .1SO 's family tne HELD FOR GARDEN The Volunteer Firo-, >epa,Utr
7 Keystone HilitesBy CLUB OF THE LAKES TU ',. -.
Hut Morgans on saturoay. VOICE of the ment ''WIll sponsor! cneir n.tm ..JFireman's

aaward Mellon, ol iMount Molly 6F'i T' '. Mrs. Sam Gardner first vice. Ball on Saturday
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I JIM ,FOX N. J.. :Is spending his 2-week -, A president and program chairman evening, August! lute, at tne

Please Phone in Your Items 473-4148 vacation at tile home 01 mis aunt of the Garden Club of the SPORTSMANPhOfl:47571 Keystone Pavilion.. Music 'and

and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Lakes entertained at a luncheon By entertainment for: the eveningwill
McMurtry of Litue LaKe: Key in her home at
noon Wed be provided by "The Witnesses
WOMAN'S CLUB Postmaster Gladys\ Tlllls. of) stone. I nesday, .July 31, when program Mike Chitty ," well-known group located

./1... "Stroll-in1: brunch and Keystone Heights. John ,Martin. son .of Mr. and plans were completed for the in Gainesville. ., ,

cords. sponsored by the Wom Regional Directors. Banks Mrs..E. T. Martin is home fora coming club year. This tuiKl-ralstaz project win

an's ,Club of Keystone Heights. G Gladden will be the keystone week's visit wiui Ins tamiiy Attending were: Mrs. Albert'I' be opened to .the public, so

will be 'held on Thursday. Au- speaker at the opening session. while participating! in the Sixth Bachmann. president; Mrs. Howdy. sports fans. Your piles, and the bass were please make your plans now to

zt '15th. at'the home of .Mrs. Postmasters will ,spend the remaining Naval District Tournament at Lena Clemens, 2nd vice preal rolling-fisherman has :some sad caught by trolling between the '

John Bird Magnolia! Avenue. two days ,attending. NAS, in Jacksonville. ry( .. dent; Mrs. William Warren. news this week. Our fishing hours of) daylight to 10 a. m.,
p : "stroll-In classes on a variety of subjects TEEING OFF I I I secretary; and Mrs. Emery has 1
J-he will begin at 10 dropped drastically, due to and 3 p. m. to dark. Occasion
a.m., YOU are to stroll over toZCrd's dealingwltti' postal problems. On Sunday August the nth Cooper parllamentaian and the hot weather. I guess. ally, bass are being caught attend.KEYSTONE

house HERE N' THERE Ute Keystone Golf and Country legislative Don't know whether
brunch as you __ you saw while schooling during the
Mr and 'Mrs. Bob Club'wlll sponsor an 18-hole
Bellamy
like Jt play IDle game of your It t in the Gainesville Sun or middle of the day. Some good
and twins Jean and .Jeffrey of Nassau Ball Tournament. This ,
ifloice.t and then stroll out when not but a man caught a dou news Is that Shellcrackers are
will be a snot-gun tournament Drive-in
Baltimore, Md.. were house Theatre
y.u please. Valdosta Ga. spent the week ble-mouthed bass In Little on the beds again. Allan and
with tee-off time set at 1:30.: It
juests lilt the home of formerblends end
visiting Rev. and Mrs. Santa Fe recently. It had
jEnis: mid-summer affair wll'jralp a regular Glenn Griffin caught 26 Friday
is male's choice and U is hoped
add Mr. and
neighbors. Thomas
Geyer The Geyers also mouth in the right place,
revive any cases 'of vacat5jin evening, and 35 In two hours
doldrums. Will be looklna !Mrs. Quentin CantreH of Lake that estaoilan the individual tneir own couples foursomes.will L... .- --- had their son-in-law and then another mouth under its last Saturday morning. Roy FRI, SAT, AUG. 9, 10
Brooklyn. daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C Sorry I don't have
forward members and : more guided Dick Sidowski last Saturday -
to
< seeing Dr. and Mrs. P. 1C. Parsons Following the tournament. To Celebrate 50th Anniversary Maxwell, of Gainesville as' information l but that's all I and they caught 14 bass.
Ujelir 1 guests! ,ntertained friends with Here will! oe a pot-lucK dinner
a partyat guests
Saturday.
Their know.
JitcJtets: may ,be purchased Jar their home held In the new annex. Pleasebe Rev. and Mrs. Milton grandson Several others did all right,
on Lake Geneva, J. ScriptureThe Freddie Williams
of West While
on the subject of also. Including one catch of 22
It,25pZUs tax. Place table reservations at the
ast Saturday evening; The turn- sure to sign: 'up pro Palm Beach is also
staying wlerd .
I fish In
with Mrs. John Bird a* red guests were Dr. and Mrs. ahoy) If you; are interested in en- Rev. and Mrs. Milton .J. in Gainesville and Hamilton, with them. Mrs. things here's another: one day.

4T3: .4709. Edmund!: Green' of Jacksonville tering this tournament.On Scripture Camp Immokalle Cincinnati and Kenton, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Burwell Wlth- Carolyn Lintel of Jacksonville I had a couple of individual

,:The contest winners: ror snap In the very near future.. Dr Monday morning .of this .Rd., will celebrate their 50th Both Mr. and Mrs. Scripture erspoon) and four children east shore was of fishing Santa on the reports this week. Mr. and
sots or tile most beautuul trees week .the Woman's Golf \Association wedding anniversary with Fe last Mrs. David Rape caught 25
Green ww estabusu a permanent an taught for five years in the' Jack, David Mark and Carol, week and while casting
14 Keystone Heights were Mrs; >practice> ere m iteys&one..! conducted) a board meeting open house from 1 to 4 p. m. Toccoa Falls Bible College Ga. of Santa Ana. Calif are visiting hung she bream off the dock on Santa

Albert Bachmann a member oftje Other guests Included at the club !ihoust. Tentative Friday. The party is being/ The Rev. Mr. Scripture is the' his parents Mr. and Mrs. black an wiggler.otter on an artificial. Fe, after the Sunday utorm. W. SUN.. MON. TUES.
She
him ,
almost
Woman's Cub and President' and Mrs. Jim Clare, cmdrI plans were made for several planned by their son and three son of a minister. and his son I A. .1. Witherspoon. to the boat got E. Kite made three casts and AUG. 18 19 20
before be
M the Garden dub of the Lakes. Mrs. R. (I... Bridges; Mr. and tournaments to be held at the daughters. All of the Scriptures and three sons-in-law are also' Mr. and Mrs L. O. Baldwin I, broke her line and off, caught two schooling bass ,

stir tier entry representing, in* Mrs: BUT Belote Mr.: and Mrs club In the near future. friends are Invited to the ministers. and family of Branford are I Better luck next time swam Mrs. Lin Sr.Sunday and evening Johnny Ellis.,, A GUIDE FOR,

Ctarden Club. :Mrs. Henry ,Schuifcr. \ arlton :Paul. Mr. and Mrs. i Mr. and !Mrs. Herb Nelson, party. On Saturday the Scriptures i spending/ some time in Mel' Mr. Gibbs, of Gainesville ; THE MARRIED.MAN
of the o oWGman's Herb. Jr. and Susan Smith of The Rev. Mr. Scripture has will renew their vows following telThe caught 12 nice bass in _
as a representative Bland Ware. (II<4t. and Mrs. (I only) report I have Is
NI celebrated (Mrs. been in the ministry. since the rose.Guests a Orange Lake last Saturday.
Ciuo.was also a urstpjace Watson Hardenbergh, Mr. Gainesville wedding of their grand at the home of) Mr. half-way decent
winner In her division, Mrs. Wilbur McDanlell. Mr. and Nelson's birthday with a dinner 1919 and has served in church- daughter Amy Jayne Smith toes and Mrs. W. H. Allen last I Griffin's Lodge which week from Sorry, fellows, but that's It I Wed., Thurs.-Aug. 14, 15

S Mayor Raymond Starnes was Mrs. Myron) prevail, .Jr., aaa party In Gainesville, on Saturday in Pennsylvania, New York Tom Houser at 2 p. m. The week Included three of her that catfish and warmouth reports for this week's news Hope, --,4'7 '
evening. and Florida. Since his retirement Rev. Mr. Scripture will officiate sisters and their are business picks up again soon.
tje. donor of cash prizes. The Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reynolds I, families Mr. being caught on) the brush
purpose .of the contests was to Jr. Mr.: and Mrs. Frank Ottlnger. In 1962, Mr. Scripture at the wedding at the and Mrs. James Wells of

stimulate! interest ant appreciation Mr. and"Mrs. whitey Haynes of Lake Geneva, returned to' has served as interim pastor First Allliance Church in Quincy; Mrs. Jessie Bradley .

ol tne many loeautilul tree entertained. mends and iamiiy their/ Home on Saturday evening Gainesville.at and daughter Gall and son blem of stray dogs in this i

located in the Keystone area. with a cookout at ,:their Lake after a 2-week vacation in ,the Craig, of Tallahassee; and. area made their report. They PAPER.EZERASE Mlmeo TYPEWRITER, I
Bond
Paper
Vera Lambing and RegJneacnuber !I Geneva. home on ul day. Guests Carolina I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Baker and; reported that those who live

: nave a two-week; joint attending from) Jacksonville :Included their lake home. Their son enjoyed writing It. Until next I children Janet and Tommy, of In Alachua County can pen up Paper. Note'-ok Fillers. _I'I

showing .of paintings In oil at Mr. Haynes' brother and .""'YYY9yyyyyy.yyy and family Mr and Mrs. Nor week. good luck, and may God,I QuIncy; and her mother, Mrs. the: dOffS_ (for-- CAtak____. _Anti__ *__all_. tha .-Bradford-County Telegraph. r- ..""

:TJhe" Gainesville Medical Center sister-in-law, Mr. and (Mrs. M. Barber and children spent bless and keep you all. Now E. A. Chester also of Quincy Alachua County Sheriffs

'(he exhibition win end .on Sun C. Haynes Mr. and Mrs. R.obbJoiles INDIAN BEACHs weekend with them. here's Leeon. (Remember this I, Other guests: included Mrs.I partment and they will De-I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

day. August 17th. and Mr.:and Mrs. Al Snyder Mrs. Helen Walker of Jackonville Butch?) Mary Allen and Mrs. Elsie someone to pick the

'. DUPLICATE BRIDGE and Mrs. Dolph Reddish Ralfard of Pensacola and his. up. The animals
and lEEON'S must be
daughter, Karen. (Lake (ante ;F.) tORRNER I pen. STARKE PIIONB 964-6200
:The 'c duplicate bridge club. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Darby ol, Byi' MIcbjMl H. Chltty and family of Starke, "The Tragedy of Mike Chltty" brother and cister-in-law. Mr.!I ned.There

sponsored by the Woman's Club, Jacksonville: and Keystone Ph. 470-2171: spent the weekend with Mr. By Mike Cbltty and Butch i and Mrs. A. W. Allen of Jack.' were 19 present at the I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PIIOITE 473-3176

iteets every Monday evening at ,Heignu. entertained mends and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter. Howard (1958) sonville. I I meeting.

the Municipal Building. Play beg'ins from Jacksonville. Starke and tAk.S.A AAAAkA&AAA.. Robert Kite spent last week I know a boy named Mike. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Keener -

promptly at 7:30: p. m. Keystone Heights following the Good afternoon friends this visiting friends In Ponte Ve- And this here boy we all like., and children of) Houston! Rental Services

;:During we past; /weeucs summer christening of their granddaughter is tour rain-weary: Ira, and Kevin Thomas returned His. hair is red. Texas spent last week with his '

visitors Joined the "reuJars Kimberly Michelle Stephen- rclllng-re home with them for a visit. His eyes are blue. stepfather and mother. Mr. HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CI1AIR3 .
porter With the news. Lately
,", since tile cum is not; limited son of Jacksonville.-Mrs: :beve; d- every time plan something Rodney Kite celebrated his And he walrs a size 2 shoe and Mrs. Ernie Howard.
you 0.h: Mrs. Katherine Griffin of CRUTCHES
'to woman's. duo/ members it son will be remembered as tile, for the afternoon. It rains you birthday Monday and Well anyway one fine day.
was honored with Palatka is visiting Mr. and
is hoped, they will be able to welcome former Miss (Patricia: Darby. out (right Wayne Braswell?) birthday party given a surprise by his This little boy went out I to Mrs. R. M. Cason. -

new visiors on a weeiuybasis. Father Edward KIrby officiatedat I I mean to tell you, we really fiance play. Residents In the
Becky Sapp in Gaines- area are
The 1 louumng ;is aircondittoned. : -I the services.. had' one Sunday. it was bellnn1ni ville. When along came a little gir 1, urged to use the community -'k''

and therefore Is a per- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hayes I to look as If it wasn't Billy Weber spent the week. Who set his little heart in a bulletin board at the Post Of.

lect; place to matcn rwits iwitn tel- and family of Ft. Lauderdale going to stop. We had what end with his parents, Mr. and Now whirl. lice which has been placed 0' if it'svacation

l low bridge enthusiasts.Last and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ken might be.called a replay ..Sunday Mrs. James >Robbins. He also as the story goes I there by the Melrose Action

week's winners were as driik and children: of Lakeland. of what happened a couple celebrated a birthday on Mon They fell In love and Heaven Committee for our use. .
-
follows: First place :with 62 I were recent guests at tile home weeks ago except with a day. Mr. and Mrs. knows.In I There will be a bake sale at ---- '
Harry .
points. :Mr. and 'Mrs. Albert [of Mr. and iMrs. Bob Hayes of few different people. Wayne Shlmberg and children' Harriet Just about a year or two. the Post Office Saturday morn Ask _

Bachmann; second place was a Little Lake Keystone. Mrs. Kendrick Braswell and son Rick Gloria and Harry Jr. spent Tuesday The count of kids was thirty ing. The sale will be sponsored.

tie with 58 points between Mrs. and :Mrs. Hayes are sis Newsome Bob and Judy Glen- with the Robbins'. two. by the United Methodist Par: Charley 17 1 money

Joseph Dey Mrs. Arnold Larsen ters, and Bob and Richard are nie of Starke. and Bob's brother Mr. and Mrs. Nick Frlssele Well as you know this is quite sonage Committee. i I "rsW

and Stan LaCoste, Louie brothers. and sister-in-law, John and of Savannah, Ga., spent Sun. And a bit. MelvIn Chamblee, son of E. need
Kyle; and fourth' place with 58 Eric Carter, son nf Mr. and I Diane and son Garrett of Wit day with Mrs. B. B. Watkins. everyone though) he was a Mr, and Mrs. Tom Chamblee, you

points Mrs. Stan LaCoste and: Mrs. Charles Garber of Nelson's cousin,. came down Sunday to Dawn Weaver of Marlanna,, hippocrates.Well celebrated his ninth birthday Johns

Mrs. Henry Sthuber.I'OSTMASTEES _. Point. was at the Naval Air enjoy our lake. Well WayneB. spent a few days last week :sone the word got all over last week.

TRAINING Statin, last wekeend where .he received ., Rick. Bob, .John and Oar- with Mr. and Mrs. Charles town, Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
And
SEMINAR !. a group .of tests and in rett decided to take a beat' ride Schmitt and family. live Mike Just really couldn't O. Dann for the weekend were I LEAN ON
It down. i US
More than 250 Florida !postmasters terviews. over to the canal. Yes you Techla McGriff of Jacksonville He deslded her two granddaughters, Miss About this question:
to
,will meet in Tampa on Mrs. Jim Peterson and chil guessed It, they got caught in is spending part of her move away, Marilyn Bryan of Dade City
dren cnris and a rain storm for quite a while. But his wife said no not I to l I 1608 APR'66 M.P.43.
August 2th and Juuie. and
3th for a, two- returned vacation with her mother, Mrs. Miss Rita Sue Grover of '"Fire windstorm i
day.
day discussion of 1 improved mall to Keystone on Wednesday of But this time they stayed un- Hi T. Smith; and aunt Mrs. Starke.Mr. explosion -

service. Occasion. la jhe jourtu tnls
annual Postmasters Training Seminar In. the North.' In Columbia, it to quit. Only it didn't stop Starke. is also visiting his She didn't was want fixon to to leave. and daughters Sherri and Sal I can cause a loss of rental ( come true with the magiC'of

scheduled at line University Conn.. they visited with thechildren's so they got' wet coming !home grandmother. Mrs. H. T. Smith. make the ly of St. Augustine spent the I
number thirtythree.And ready cash I Personal Loans
after an the income for
waiting. "You'reJust several
of South Florida. The paternal grandpar Charles Strandberg/ was vis weekend with his mother, Mrs.
nar is being held at the a ents. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pe- gonna have to stay away iting his mother, Mrs. Jo could this stand was more than Mike Bernlce Gano. months in offices or mer- from our Bank are fast easy
I from ,
.request of {postmasters, aeml'j terson. 'In Now York City .they r the canal Wayne. Guests Strandberg over the Mrs. Thomas A. Prevost and'cntile
visited I who arrived later included weekend,, So he bought a gun and blew i buildings. Does the low-cost. You can lean on usl!
\
attend with !Mrs. ( : and daughter Sandra
on a voluntary Peterson's picked up his wife and I off of New Or-
) his
tbeIr .own expense. ter. Mrs.: Arnold Leo. They ss'j: Billy. .Bell...M Harold. Snellen und daughter Louise and Paulette i head. leans, La are visiting: M-. and Charley E. Johns Agency

Among wise attending 'will ce 'visited mUll many UtenllSW4SnlJ1g'tOn In u visions iriena Marsna]S and took them to Jacksonville,: Mrs. T. A. Prevost, Jr. and supply insurance to reimburse
rvvvvvvvvvvv-'vvwvvvw' -
u. c. Pardee and Pat Haley an f They have spent several p family. I ) (\

Mr. and Mrs. :Jc&: lawyer were Ernie Williams. with Mrs. Strandberg weelu while' Mr. and Mrs. L. Logan and I such loss of rental Income

REYSTONEHEIGHTS visiting with' friends la Daytona, Before, I forget I must apo. their house was being Painted,MELROSEBy children. Peggy, Paul and I ?

over: the weekend. loglze and correct a mtataki.a Paul Lee, and Gregory. Tommy, of Mauldrln, Mass.

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cooper are that was made last week;. Strandberg of are spending two weeks with
Jacksonville,, Joyce Bow
visiting with friends and rela When I mentioned that Mlchae 1 also spent) the weekend. Mrs. her .sister, Mrs. Walter Wilson.: Charley E. Johns KEYSTONE
lives In Indiana Howard of Starke will mam f I&&A Please STATE BANK
this week. Dur John Hale and children and AA445544,45,4 AJ' do not forget school Agency
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ing their absence. their son, Larry I Miss Kozette Kerse this week, Mrs. Myrtle Scarborough of Registration Set At registration August 21. All Member 'F.DJ.C.

will be staying at their So misspelled please excuse her name Kearce. Santa Fe, visited Mrs Strand Melrose Elementary children must be registered 131 S. Walmit St. 'I I' Keyxtone f Heights, FIa. I
me friends
home. berg on Friday. All Birth certificates and health "Your Baak'ID r
DIRECTORY students Friendly
Last Friday. who plan to at- Your
my mother. Friendly I
Cricket helped Mrs. Ida C. Bobby and Bubba Lanler tend Melrose Eleraentan y certificates will be required for I PHONE 964.5070 !
,' ": are spending two weeks In School must all kindergarten and first Community."
(Siu.WU', :i-1. WhItehead move into Gainesville register at th BEAUTY snop Jacksonville with grade students. i
Extended their grandparents School August 21. All chlldrei I IIT'S
Care and 0
C Nurs
DI" y
"It Duplicate Bridge
Richard
Lanier and must have the
ing Center from the Medical I blue sheet front S
KEYSTONEBEAUTY Mr. and Mrs W. O. Coman. the County Melrose duplicate bridge
assigning
-BAPTIST Center. If you would like to' them U 0:
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Davis and this school. New winners last week were: Mrs.
send students
SHOP a card I'm at
First: sure she'd be family of Jacksonville in tending W. .. Grolick and Mrs. O. W. I
Baptist, are the
Church Her happy to receive school this EASY
Edith them. The address' ;yea TO
Jotmsoa. OWSMT 1st WRITE
the Lanler cottage Hardy, place; Mrs. B. A.
Personal& ,. Lawrence Carroll pastor. Sun is 1000 S. W. 16th Avenue this week. who have not received these
Creative
lug Hair Styl. day School. 0:49: .. m Worship Gainesville. By the Fred ,, and Vera Swearingen L forms must fill out a choice Allen and Mrs. J W. Foster I
: Every Form way. Mrs. '
of 2nd
Culture Beauty Services. 11 a. m. and Whitehead is have returned from a vacation of School form and mall it to place; Mrs. Ray Becker nESULT-PRODUClHG WANT
Tues.-eaL 0-6 getting along: II ADS
closed and
; trip to Clearwater Mrs. Phil Kromer, Mrs. I i
7:30: Beach. Lake the Putnam ,
p. In. Training tnion! very well in fact they took her < County Board ol'
E.
NURSERY 8:30... p.. m._ Nursery open for to breakfast in the dining area NOW Alford. .and Silver .SPrlnas'l Public Instruction in Falatka. Mansfield M. Byorick tied and Miss Sallle II, Follow these elm:1e rules to
.*. lt' time fni- These forms for third place. ): make Your Want: Ads
-- letter
u services.CATHOLIC in a wheelchair Monday -- --- are available at bring ,! results.
O.C. Carnes Nuriery Otis Melton and I. along poor Sperry people to work the school and should be fined' Anyina interested In playingwith Remember, a good Want Ad Is nothing more than salesmanship In print. I
another year. out the group may do so. The Write Want Ad in the I
with his parents Mr. and immediately, in order to your same friendly style
Tlwy. Mrs.
100 Florahome 658-J1M Mr. and Mrs. game starts at 10:00: YOU Use when tell!n
st. William's Bobby Sapp have their Tuesdaymorning I friends ,
.Tanary Stock Thousand ChurchSun.P Lonnie Melton and their grand school assignment: and neighbors about what you have to offer. j
of Plants day Mass, 9 a. / daughter. Robin Melton at- and family of) Jacksonville: blue forms by August 21. and the charge is 50' ,
ft Frdt7le.s to Mass MM. Virginia Collins of Jacksonville Students cents. Bring a sandwich anda Don't Abbreviate
and Novena : Don't be
ehooae from Shade Trees"Ever" 7 p. m. tended the wrestling matches without these forms friend. Pennr-lVlM and PouiidFoollahi I
Coffee Is
greens A COMMUNITY CHURCH: in Jacksonville. We all had and Mr. and Mrs. will not be allowed to register. furnished. Surveys!
Landscape a and studies that
Plants in Thlgpen M. A. C.James prove
of Atlanta moat.
containers. Sunday School >9:40: a. n. good time especially the Mel- Ga.. are There will be a public kin I Want Ad readers do not. like _
Camellias & Acaleax Morning Wor-hla. 11 a. n. tons. because they had never all staying 1 at Griffin's! Lodge dergarten for the first time at Sayes of the Florida stand abbreviations. Make it or underJt for makes good common sens! to eliminate '
Development
this easy
Let Us Nursery: at 11 o'clock aeev1c been to the week. MElro! e. Kindergarten and Commission was unneeded words from Want
Do Your Laadfoptog! < matches before. first people to respond to your. ad your,
guest
speaker
Mrs. at
Jewell Ralph the
only Rev. Leon P( M1lner, Lou Miller and son Jeff. till Peterson ride students will be required monthly regular don't keep them guessing with abbreviations. Ad,,; but make sure you don't ruin the
meeting of
J"Mt I spent last week at their to have the Melrose
Mrs. Ruby a birth certificate effectiveness .
Dyal of Gainesville of
USED 'CAR.qManka: lake place. and Action Committee. Topicof your Want Ad by mak-
and Judy Chalker of Alexander. a health form filled out by ing It
EPISCOPAL News 'is this week discussion) was the facilities incomplete. Remember, you're not
Va.. spent short I a doctor. They will not be
re
In
Used ,Cars ,. St. Anne's Cburcb.' Rev Daytona. Lou and Wednesday Jack Miller imagine ft 'has a lot to'do with gistered without them. available and the needs for recreation Put Yourself In the Frocpecto Shoes! placing; a Want Ad to save'money .'"

BIG CASH William I. Jones, Vicar Holy those thmderdftowm we'reI Forms In the Melrose area. you're inserting
DISCOUNTH for your ad to
along with Pete and Joyce application of Give full Information and all the de- get reselLs
TERMS Communion. a a. m. every I vetting Tartly, don't ? I birth It was decided to take a and make money,
: you Making
certificate
I Barton ,spent the weekend with I I I and health tails about what have to offer- your ad too
you
BUY SELL mmx Sunday. First Sunday: Holy Ralph .and Pat Flllmon and I ::don't know any tttlng else l to. forms- are-- .uaiinM*.-.., MAI414. <- '..''a..,"" vey. Specific plans for the sur-I Describe your offering in benefit terms short may save a few penn! that ices .
BLlBox9O: : Communion. 8 a. m. and 9:30: daughters in Tampa. blame it eft. This week I have school office. vey will be decided at the tell you dollar in result, i
,'. tOO 8 Miles 8. gtarkt a. m.Second third and four there Whll a real trett (ton torture) for AU students must meeting. Mr. Sayes will also aUoflea prospect why your offer And ,
they attended the register, their Give It III
th First attend this needs. sizes, dimension Easy To Order Tour AI-
SIJ1IdayIMDrnJnc all. meeting.
Pray you Wh9e
cleaning oat
even If I
Annual Blue Grass they attended Melrose *, capacity condition
Country
advantages.
C NcttETE PRODUCTSoraisrr er, sa::30 a. m, Evening Pray Music Festival. Patti Flllmon some papers.. I found a copyof last year. In other business it was reported And don't forget price! Want Ad Trained competent Want Ad-Visors will
er-6un4ay,7 p. m. Holy Day the first bit of Poetry Oral' that the average attend- help
Registration you word .
returned home with them anewill will be held without your ad for best po.*.
price are 60% less
'.THAT ALL, route will be announced. I had anything to 1fe with. from ance at the arts and crafts effective lble results.
;.An 8:00 All
visit Joan Miller this! : a. m. until 3:00: p.. m. than ad with price. you An Is pick up your j
CONCEITS: PRODUCTS LUTHERAN week. Lou and PattI were In old friend of mine, Butch Hqw- Mrs. Virile Rowe visited classes sponsored by the M. A.I telephone. and they do the rest.
ARE TUB BEST. FROM ard .and I used to fool around Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C. was 32. It was also reported
Jacksonville.
Divine Wesley
.. Monday to get
Worship II
F tWUc und.ay. Holy communion.a. 2nd m .Joan who had been spending writing stories,..AIM;! ,what. anl M and her nephew Eddie :Roth- had that the story book hour I TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
: been ADS'
'BuiJdin loosely delayed until
(
extremely after
loesaly hammer
Sunday.:! Services hId MOIl the week with Mae and Betty ), of Ft. Worth. Texas, the
might be calted P 8k'7. So I've In Gainesville last beginning of school.

Supply, Inc. Sunday at St. Ann* BJrfa-: McGowan Mr. and and Mrs.son William. Chuck. Barber copied it Just, .it wu written Mrs. Winnie Gore Wednesday.of Otter Plans for the Flea Market GET ESULTS'PIIJNE9646305
to
7011. MM31444lT.SVILLIl copal Church. Richard be held in
Meyer September
nearly 11
of Jacksonville: nave been years.ago misspellings Creek visited Mr. and Mrs. were
FL&..., minister. spending two weeks vacation and all, Be I hope R. M- Cason Tuesday.Mrs. also made.
you all It The committee that had been (
enjoy as much as we -Lexle MacDonald of -
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sponsible ,,1.0 our County Com- 3 Gun Hunts Managed Archery Hunts Set the st.cI'ch of burning rubber.' equipment, totally demoll.'lhlnll' film features the cycles -tIt
missioners, and the tearing shriek of metal It.
i surf and the swingers that
I FARM BUREAU Set In Citrus In Bl and ing Game Board against metal. Filmed 111 8tuort Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday make it all got I
By
COUNTY
If
WIT ; you' and your family missed Iowa at a small-town qual'termlle AUil, 11-13, the Florida
the recent family meeting at dirt track that Is typical will screen a red-blooded war -
Lawtey, you Just can't make It In November .A managed archestry hunt issihedaled resdents! 65 and lOVer of stock car racing and I movie, "The DevJl's Brigade"
GENT
YoUtt UP. Those quarterly supper In the Camp>> Bland- Archers may also pursue the Its avid followers, "Fev rI It features William Holden, ADDING lVAClIINE8s 1KaDo
I meetings are serving a good Three controlled gun hunts Ing Wildlife Management Area. sport of bowhuntlnll during the I lIent" stars Nick Adams Jan- CUff Robertson and Vince Ed- oat or eJ'ttrle: For sate serent. -
dt In helping members 'nine of TV "Pc'tlC'oat' I Ad?. subtract, creak bat.nee .
a 4 purpose our have been scheduled; for the Cit- in Clay County during weekends I regular hunting season and ,will Riley words. Holden has the tough
n from all ever ,the County get JUllc1on"! fnm along,, with I .- Bradford Count Telrgraph.
,
! rus Wildlife Management Area from October 19 through November be required! to obtain a.. wildlife Job of moulding a d1sruptable,
I I Nr better acquainted 111 Citrus County The three 3, according 10& the Florida management area! stamp when Norman Alden and Vaughn I American outfit and a crack << .
!! President Lonnie Harley tells hunts will be restricted .to h"'lt- Game and Fresh Water Fish hunting on wildlife management '1'Uyol') I': AUbtl'alla.n unit Into a top
I me that we will close out the ers who hold 0. special Gun!. ''CommissIon. areas during the regular season. Special racing nights wE're' fighting{ force for one of the
\, 1967J8<< year with about I 325 Hunt Permit and !Will be limited The local hunt will be one The archery ,permit is not required held nt the Stuart, Iowa track toughest jobs of World War II. RULED LEGAL PADS!
members. With an average of to not more than J200 hunters of a series of nine special hunts, for bowh.unt1ng during wh'rB some daredevil and Next Wednesday and Thurs- Steno Notebook,. Order Book,
I a zY 41 i! four to the family ,this means per hunt. over the state sponsored by the I. the regular hIIloUnlJ season, ar courageous movie filming took clay Aug. 14./5/ will see Tony etc.&Tapb.- Bradford County Tele-
1 i that 1300 ,persons are Involved Dates for the three hunts ,are: Game Commission' in addition: taking migratory birds durln place. In one instance. a. fast Franclosa Michael Sarrazin
in Bradford County Farm Bur- November 9-10, November 16- to the regular archery seas.an. the migratory bird seasons. moving car zoomed off the and Michele Carey star In PAYROLL ENVELOPES

! '' n George T. eau.For September we will have 11 and November 23-24, Florida statewide archery Archers may also participate track and crashed head-on Into -( "The Sweet Ride" IntroducingJacqueline with or without carbon fJat ..
,
af not hl'ntlng season opens, one-haIr in the managed bear hunts
i lOur BIG ANNUAL MEETING Individuals or parties $ .OOO of sound and actiolll nsset; the color I Bradford Count Telegraph
Irugginsi .
ii more than five hunters, wishing hour before sunrise on September scheduled for the Apalachicola
i Gut at the Fair Grounds, this IMy
to participate In one of the 14 aid continues with daily and Osceola National Forest -------
i, usually attracts about 500 .or .
three special gun hunts should] hunting thrugh September 29. and 70moko. Wildlife Management
,. more iPeople. Lots of felLowship
I GEORGE T. ImGGINSI nel was Included. For our per apply to the /office af the Game Other managed archery hunts Area In Flagler and Volu- "
lots of
I For the past few weeks you sonnel, the range was from 81,(0I) and visiting and good. and Fresh Water Fish Commis- are as follows: sia. counties. TOo hunt bear during -
takes at this ..
eating place annual
have heard a Jots and read a to $22,00 per month. We appre' slop at Tallahassee, or the regl- Citrus area, Citrus County the' Apalachicola' and To-
Officers and DI-
lots about budgets. one ques- elated this! and always appre' meeting nal offices located at Panama September 14 through September ,I moka hunts archers will have to .
rectors for the 1968-69 will
tion that has been asked me elate the Interest and considers- year City Sake City, Ocala, Lake- 29; Osceola area, Osceola National be a member of .one ..of the organized .
be elected. Farm Bureau is involved
several times during the last' Lion of cur Commissioners, It 1 iI 1n in- land or West Palm Beac.h. Of- Forest, September 14!I I bear huntinG' pnrt.letl. I
two weeks "was Agricultural easy sometimes to use tht the :Interest many of lOur programs Membership ficial application forms and In- through September 29; BlacJtwa- To hunt during the Oceola hunts I .
personnel the only ones who got wrong word or leave out a wore our County and our State formation will then be mailed to ter area Santa Rosa and Oka-' the archer ,will be required toj
a raise In salary last year," or cut a sentence short and leavE bear hunting permit
boss counties $5
We Invite your interest and SUllli'est each applicant, for completion September 14 obtain a. I A A
tlhlllt was the Impression report.ed the wrong! 1mpre&slon. Your Agricultural you learn more about Brad- and return to Tallahassee by through September! 29; J.W Cor- but not the archery perm ,t.
two weeks ago. In February Extension Employeelare ford County Farm Burea.u. September 30 for a public drawing bett area, Palm Beach County, Florida. hunting' :regulations
1961 several departments, 'received a part of your County government HOG CHOLERA on October 1. weekend hunting IOnly September provide that bows .used for taking -
a five ((5) percent salary bust! ,the same as offi' We Still have several calls Hunters may not participate In 14 through September 29: deer ..or bear must be capable -!.
Increase from our County 0Im- cers In the Court House We 1J1 I each week about our hog vacclnatlon more than one ''Of ,the specIal F1sheaUng Creek area, Mizell of casting a lOne ounce' bunting .

missioners, Agricultural person- Agricultural Extension are re,. pr.oli'ram. About the first Ihunts. \Application forms may Island POrtion only Glades arrow 150 yards All .crossbows
of July Florida was declared contain names of from one to County September 14 through are prohibited and the possession ; ,
free of hog ch.olera.. There has five persons and will be conse- September 29: Ocala area, of any firearms during
been no vaccination IOf :hogs In cutively numbered as received Gala National Forest weekend the archery season or managed 'kvvWhir
GAINESVILLE Florida, The livestock board has In Tallahassee 'No name will hunting, IOnly. September 28 archery hunt is prohibited, i
also declared that no hog cholera be honored: on more than one through November 3: Eglin
vaccine be offered for sale. application. The application area, Eldin Air Forc Reservation Western Drama .
Hogs may be moved and sold must also indicate ,the .hut.: October 19 through November would
anywhere In the state of Florida choice age and the wildlife 3; Eglin !Main Base area, Heads Slate you rather logo -
Business Directory management area .stamp num- either sex deer October. 19 .
Hog Cholera teas been eradi-
to the bank
caned In Florida as result .of the ber for each member IOf ,the par- through December 1 and Dec, or go to the beach?,
fine cooperation IOf an the livestock ty'. 14 through January 5: Guano At Florida :
AUTO SALES, MEN'S WEAR producers. For more than There will be no special area, St. Johns County wild hogs I
three years hog producers were charges far hunters on the area I only, January 18-19, January 25- Charlton Heston POl'traVII aI, BANK BY MAIL ,

BRASINGTON STAG 'N required to have all stock vaccinated : other than the regular hunting ,,26. February, 1.2, February 8.9, middle-aged cowboy, grizzled/ ;
DRAG license and the regular. wildlife February 15.16. and I'awhldl'r who
I ADILlAO-OLD8MOIIJLIC for prevention IOf chol- tough a I Ask or write for :
management area stamp appli- To participate In the statewide there Is to us our free banking-bymail
,SALES: .I: IIEBVlCID! Stanley Blacker JORt. era before movement 01' sale : finds more Itiel I
Plea t8eleeIhm oJ VI Van Arrow Dress !Shirts The only exception was that the cable to most management archery season ..01' managed than he has known when bl u.u. I forms right now-then bank here by mail at

TIWea 011 0adW1IIO TradM Puritan Sweater. hogs were going .direct to areas archery hunts, hunters must lOb- tiful and stranded Juan Hae I any: hour, anr day; from your home or office.FLORICA.
2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 878-MOI Peters Jackets sla\lghter: We are proud. that taln an archery permit in addi- kett comes Into his exlstllllce ,
Ladle Sportswear' hag vaccination is no longer tion to their regular hunting license In "Will Penny" playing Jo'rl-
CRANE necessary, ch trying to cut tilt ]last sprig except when bunting on day arid Saturday AUK 9-10, ''
LINAutborl2ed' -MERCURY 2 Store IS W. university' LIVESTOCK MEETING of grass. the Eglin Military Resel'vatlon at the Florida 'J'hcah'e. I
IaJe.! cI: Service and Gainesville Mull Beef cattle nutrition Is always Carefully removing a ring of When hunting on Eglin a special "Will Penny" is nn action, i
22Ul N. Main Ph. 312-4373 important In the program Cattlemen 'A program is being placing the turf with an inch hunting! Icense'! Is required rat'l- a Paramount release finned Ln
Crane Imports MOBILE 1I0l\IES worked up by Bobby L. Taylor layer af white gravel, Dr seashell er than the stutewide archery Technicolor that rises above .
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on Cattle Nutrition and ,will! be will prevent shaggy perm I t. the usual western shoot ,cut: i .
Volvo MG Austin H-'ey' ; ( : : / ; : ; :'L' : ( ; :
presented at our August meeting looking grass from clinging to The movie also stars Slim BI"H'K'A' 'lIr" ; A" R"K E :
Archery permls cost $5 and. '
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GOO E. University Gainesville I "( I ,
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Phone 372-4251 MUSTANG tree trunks and will give your will be available at the office! Pickens, Donald Pleasl'nce and I :. ." ; '. '

Mobile Homes Inc. Bradford Union Cattleman's yard a dressed up Sunday look ,of all County Juodgoes. No ar-I Introduces Lee 1\Ia.lol's
Beauty Academy Association announces that this seven days a week. ,chery permit or hUIDU.n1l license Second half of tile double bill j Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
MobileBeauty meeting will be next TUESDAY, The gravel will serve 'will be required for children under I Is "Fever Heat," a film of the I One
POWELL'Sn Lot. AUG. 13 at 8 p M, In the Brad- other pUl'pose. Instead of an-I', 13 years lOt age ar Floridan" tumultous wOI'lel of dll't.track of 30 Banks of the Florida National Grouu

Academy fIOrd County Agriculture Building 1l1l.! he shins of the tree.. car raclno\-n(\ world filled with )I. .
NEW MOON PAFFLLA: The Association now fias a the lawn mower, you Will get
Learn a Profession In Your' A. low as $100 down: membership of about sixty five your shins barked by flying
Spare TIme. Full or Part TIme 4820 N.W. 18th 878-1846 cattlemen. Meetings are held gravel If you push the mower Clean with the ;
219 N.W. 10th 878-2766 Unbeatables
monthly, alternating between into the gravel pit. This built- up

ELECTRIC MOTORS Starke and Lake Butler. August In protection will save many

,- PAINT & GLASS 13 will be ,agood, meeting In bleeding trees If you hire the ". '"" ....". ,,\ 'h' ," .,.." .., ,0. .,
ELECTRIC Starke. grass cut by someone who Js
more Interested in money than I

Motor Repair Co. Liddell Paint & trees 1A ,

t OJ OalnetIVUIe, Inn.RepairingRewinding. Propagation
: Glass Co. Let's GoGardening Some folks claim they don't

New and Used have good luck In rooting
2816 NoW. J6th P.h. 372-831& plants. Now Is the time to
Glass-Mirrors stlmnC DoorFarm prove that they are wrong.
and Industrial Tub EncJoeore -Shower Doors Check around your yard and
EQuipment Furniture TOJl'l-'ndow. you'll discover that you have
WlndowI-Awn1n! < p7 Dervey Sharpe/ Editor propagated a number af plants
Santa Fe Tractor Agricultural ItatenAlo -
,. Florida without half trying.
FORD 116 N. n n. 16th 872-8191 Service Check around the azaleas. If l

Farm Tractol'll A Implements In a weak moment YOU "hid"a
usun EQIYIPMENT Pines are like people you brick by tossing it Into the
SALES! PART SERVICE SEWING MACHINES can hurt their feelings by clump of azaleas you may
4488 N.W. 6th ::6-2548 stepping on their "toes." have rooted a plant The brick
in holding a branch of the
can't talk, they
Since pines
GARDEN SUPPLIES National Sewing suffer ln silence and often die plant In contact with moist soil

Johnson & Faria, Inc. Machine Co., Inc. without hinting that you crushed form.has likely caused roots to
a vital organ.
Complete lAne of Either you or FIdo -
HomeNeco/ stakes enclosing tiny
Dfaff. New Four
8EEDSFLANT8IuecUcldFet scratching dirt or mulch on
811ppUM Used and RepossessedFEBlIIJ pines. In a safety zane Is one the lower limbs of a number
way af protecting the future af plants will result In plant
Salel-Repalrs All Makes shade trees. This will keep
'We Rent Fertilizer propagation. Digging around
Spreader"
whirring
the
inching
from .
/ 878-ISM you plant&-suCh IIL crepe myrtle- -
224 N.W. 8th Ph 812-0416 611 W. University the last fatal In .
lawn mower
wUl causer nn'a you cu t t o "
I.
I send ; a plant, .
FIRST I Around hedges are good ..

; accidents.places to Birds look for and propagation squirrels Check our year-end deals-on unbeatable Test Price an Unbeatable Chrysler? For I Just t a-few

I the usually shade take The their left-aver"loot"seeds to Plymouths! ''s the windup to the biggest year In Plymouth dollars a !month' more than the most popular smaller cars compa-

of their meal often become history. So we won't take "no" for an answer and we've got the rably equipped 1 you can own a Chrysler Newport. Check the great

I living plants, My best pyra- dears t.o prove It. Now's the time. Hurry for the best selection..I close-out deal on Newport Customs! 3005 and New Yorkers! too :_

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AUGUST 10 AND 11 I, route.If cantha. came via the feathered _

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nature or accidents are i
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND not propagating the plants you ,,
I desire then consider construcI -
Jimmy Strickland and His Band I ting a rooting case. Almost any
wooden box on knee-lrIgh legs
WITH GUEST STAn GLENN REEVES : wlll take the stoop out of the .
chore. ,

Construct the cave at least
All Mobile Homes Reduced eight inches deep. Fm with
five Inches of rooting medium :
leaving head room for leafy
Ups of the cuttings. .
2 AND 3 BEDROOMS Rooting media are plentiful I

PEn Sand Is the most widely used
12 WIDE $ 60 In cutting cases. Other mater- BportFary
lIONTHOther Ials Include vermiculite, peat .

FOR AS LOW AS _ I moss peanut hulls and saw.dust. -
t.I lHewpgrt', ;'..tI.r4Ig".

I For your rooting project set -

Mobile Homes for as Low as $100 Down t i four lent ting, inches leaving softwood long the tips Trim upper, three the two cut-or or FOR YEAR-END CLEARANCE BARGAINS ON' :


$62 PER MONTH sert three the leaves cuttings Intact Into, Next the ,root-in- TIlE SUCCESS CARS OF THE YEAR YOU GOTTA SEE ,

medium. .
Ing After nODding in. 'I"

REGISTER FOR FREE PRIZES Keep cover cheesecloth the the cuttings case or clear with:damp phLStlC.glass with, THE UNBEATABLES r => ,; ":" "


daily mlst-IJke the Jra 4' ,
sprays on \ u

Grand Prize -.. Automatic Dishwasher lea ves.I .
I If you use plastic] or glass .
cover be sure the cutting """UTHORIZED DEALERS CHRYSLER .
project is ]located In the shade i y MOTORS CORPORATION
otherwise you will .stew the '.
I
HOME BROKERS I plants Instead of root them.

MOBILE STARKE CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH I INCa". I

5887 Roosevelt Blvd. Jlwy. 17 South 1 Mile N. of NAS Main Gate 1 I PAPER EZERASE, Mimeo TYPEWRITER Paper Bond ,

JACKSONVILLE FI.A. Paper Notebook Flller.. U. S. 301 North ( Starke, Fla. ....'. rhone864.6G11
PHONE 388-4618 j Bradford County Teleirallll.I .
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i 1'M'IIww4'I. I tn I and attending vacation Bible FIRST UNITED METHODIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

school 'S7VARKE STARKE
Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Dan ;
t nie were visiting Mr. and Mrs. I Sunday Church School, Sunday Aug 11 Sunday
'9:45 School 9:45 a. m., Morning
: Leslie P. Phillips and sons in : a. m.; Morning Worship :
., try toon BlKnchKrd Jacksonville the first of last ::11 a. m.;; MYP Activities, 6:30p. : Worship 11 a. m.; the sermon:

week. Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. ; m.; MYF Meetings, 7 p. m.; "What Makes A Good Dea-
"ate
-t L11i14. ..Aaaaia.at a Lois Carter spent last Thursday :Evening Worship, 8 p. m. con"; Training Union 6:15: p.

''f i: tlptt. Bible: School at with Miss Debbie PhillipsIn Monday Circle 2, 3:30: p. m., Evening Worship 7:30: p.

Jis i1 }.,Bail tut.,Church closed Macclenny. :m.; Methodist Men, 7 p. m. m.: the sermon: "Deacons" -

last..Saturday' evening with.a. Mrs N. J. Strickland of .Covered Dish Supper In Fellowship Stephen and Phillip.

>prw m, followed:,by. a .weiner Tampa and Mrs. Elmira Rice Hall.TuesdayCircle. Monday, Aug. 12 Lottie

rftSfeC and, 'hamburger': !! fry. of Orlando were Wednesdayand 4. 10 a. m.. Moon Circle, at the church, .. -

ThmMttd' a .(good week.of study Thursday visitors of Mr. Circle 5, 10 a. m. 7:30: p. m.Tuesday. LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST .
e 94. in. 'attendance. of approxmutely and Mrs. O. J. Anders. Wednesday Circle 1, 10 a. Aug. 13 Helen

t .90.Everyone, enjoyed Kenny Phillips of Gainesville m.; Circle 3, Picnic Meeting Masters Circle, at the church CHURCH An Investment In Your FutUrOTTEJI

th*"fellowship" Is spending the week with Mrs. with Mrs. J. W. Ritch.; Prayer 9:30: a. m.; Ida Darby Circle, Sunday School J 10 a. m ,

Blrst:!. >Baptlst. Church vaca- Wells (Mama Mae) and his Meeting and Bible Study, 8 at the church, 10 a. m.; Lor- Morning Worship 11'a.. m.; '

ttofljSlbla, !!:;,School continued for grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. p. m. ena Epperson Circle, home of I Evening Worship 8 p. m.

twO.w: ek$ with! ., a, good attend- Joe Dorko and attending vacation Thursday Chancel Choir Mrs. Floyd< Green, 3 p. m.: Prayer Meeting, Wednesda C.IIIIIII

ftnoe.Theyv, heldtheir, closing Bible School. Rehearsal, 7:30: p. m, Ethel Biggs Circle, to be announced 8 p. m. Sing earn Friday at f

e.at' ,Ftid "r.-evenlna; with a Randal Bradley of Jackson 7:30: p. m. p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane pa*

pix" 'am.rt.aarreanments wereA"ved ville was visiting his parentsMr. I Theodore Crews Wednesday, Aug. 14 Prayer tor.. ,
I,.. ,' ,', ., -:&' !1m:: *?: ;:
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< : : r.f\1:1Jfil@;
s. ( : during. the fellowship and Mrs. R. L. Bradleyon Services Held Meeting, deacons to be nominated ifqllfi\ ::" : '. -, -k'l: !"!' : ,:.. :
hur: Monday. CALVARY BAPTIST .. ,' ,,,, "
7:30: p. m. '
.Vacation Bible School began I Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Har-Monday, Aug. 5 ..... Pf""I..".. ,. ." -,,t '. > I:
-W. A. Hogan, pastor. it
a@ brace IkAnfttfirilat. Church nn... dy of Bridgeport. Conn. have- Sunday School. 10 0. m :J.f .q I 1''s '.' i.:,".' 4t 'I .j:

of)riday morning at 9 a. m. returned to their home after a. Theodore Crews, 62, of Law- Morning Worship, 11 a. mTralnlrg ,7 ,'.,' f. ....v..d, therh ::
t
I i dd! will continue through the three week visit with then; tey died in a Gainesville hos- MADISON STREET ( Union, 6:30: p- IIJ ." %?,i', 1. '.1-.1 K. :,, ,,\ ':l

iVt k'With"' closing exercises on son-in-law and daughter Mrs pital Saturday morning, August BAPTrST CHURCH Evening! Service, 7:30.': Prayei \ t : attJr ..?,:.J lot ...... mt', ... .",: .
Saturday .night. S. C. Harley and Mrs. Raymond Bryan. 3, following a brief Illness. Meeting. Wednesday, 7:3f: : ;: \ .'" :r.-\!, N ", ",. :F :::I.. ,. [ .g
ui', ''conducting adult bible Miss' Gerty Fae Cruce ol Born in Lawtey on Nov. 17. Sunday, Aug. 4 Sunday ''p. m.-Rev. R. H. Butler fIrjIfI.rtji-Jff.UE"f-. ; ] ;(( 'Ri.'-''' "',: "! o/i'jj.'t1J a.r: io!.; 1' :.: 0"9 ; ,

'sOhuql each evening this week. Gainesville spent the weekend 1905, Mr. Crews was an employee School 9:45: a. m. Morning pastor. l1ti <<
,fl er'yone.is invited. with her parents Mr. and Mrs : of the Florida Develop- Worship, 11 a. m. Youth Choir i ij:;{ : :t .r w: ( :lJ" if A'rm

< hEel;;Activities Frank Cruce. Her brother ment Commission. He was a Practice, 4:30: p. m. Youth I HEILBRONN BAPTIST .. ," \ '" : -I ;: J 1
,{:rOtace; '' Methodist Sunday ,''Marcus' returned with her for<< member of the Smyrna Bap- Fellowship Supper, 5:45: ; CHURCH, IUWAY 16 N. ': ; ;f !!t : ,7+ i. 1$]! 1r\ ; ;mi
Training Union 6:15: ; WMU .. '\\1'# ro, ....... ., "fr. *'
School 9:45: a. m., Worship 11 a visit. tist Church. '.,'"It'" ?f.", ""1":& Q..., .; ., C'1"';; '.. :; ; )<'I-' <:j:;
ak'inland\: 7:30: p. m., Acting Postmaster Coral ::I. Survivors include his wife, Prayer Circle 7:15: ; Evening Sunday School 9:45: a. m 'w tt; \. .. J .Jfj :: .
I <". ;:: :
LP&St'' School Lee of will attend the Annie Mae Crews of Worship, 7:30.Monda.y : Morning Worship 11. Training f;; "' '
Baptist-Sunday Lawtey ; \ Lawtey; tjtt ".; :t'' ,;tprl; \' ."(Io '''! :l'.p'1": : I:;:
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9 43'sv. hi.. Worship 11a.. m. 4th Annual Postmaster Tka'nleg five' daughters: Mrs. Alma R. A. meeting, Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service God

Mid'7:30: 'p. m.. Training Unite Seminar at the U of South! Padgett Mrs. Carolyn Hodges, p. m. WMU business meeting 7:30.: Midweek Prayer ) ;
8:30: Midweek ser Fla. !In Tampa ATigv 1213. and Miss Louvenia Crews, all 7:30.: Brotherhood, 7:30.: Service, 7:30: Rev. L. Tommy '
p. m. '
l'Wtltt; ff jt ; :(:
'bt.fll is-. ,.Jt' l ,"
Tuesday Circle I meets, Howe pastor. } %; 'tt ;;;''fi
1Cks; .Wednesday 7:30 p. m.Church of Lawtey; Mrs. Shirley Pad- !!ft Ii! :.? ; 191' r #.
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of God Sunday fVVY yyyyy.yy.yyyyyy..Hiwa'f. gett of Clay Hill and Mrs. Annie 9:30: a. in.Wednesday ;. ; J
Meet- *' < '$
Prayer GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH /'I1 :--j -
10 a. m., Worship 11w.and Lee Smith of Ocoee Fla.; I "' ,)t { ::
: : :
Olt M
Deacons MeetIng ., ,
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Ins 7:30: p. m. : vwhenyouJfeSi
7:30: p. m. YPE Baless four sons: Sinclair T., Wayne, -'i,. .' iin<.9 """:: '
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8:30: : Church Choir Prac- Sunday School. 10 a. m. 4, to be Q" be ds-, ': :::; :;::
teems
and Archie pbll'r
Jednesday 7:30: p. m. Crews, all of ., truit. : : ;::::
Hlfhlatid, ,Baptist Sunday' e lC.'a. Starke, and Joey Crews of tice, 8:30.Denton: Morning Worship 11 a. m. : seems tC b?Fear neither be din
'j -Mn. b Jit1, f
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not
0.
I SumraU). pastor and 7 p m-Her. Xeland A.
fikhool 9:45: a. m., Worship 11 Lawtey: ; a brother. Louis : i" teut IZIt, .. :?:;.:"" ,
ty I; m.: and 8 p. m., Choir practfi 'sa Ji.Jl .i &&....... JI.&&:..&&au CrewII' 'of Starke, and slater\ I Baker, putor.Thursday :if
: T/p-'M. Prayer serviceWednesday Miss Alma Crews of Jackson FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD VMtatton 10 a, with you good news for ;:::::
I am
Mr.-\ and MM. Harry Faulkner OF STARKE m. and 7 ... for
a.
8 "p. m. The youngpeople's ville. p. < Yi : secret th M.tti:
and children were guests i.of West Weldon St. and Ralford open'
choir are
at the home Services from the
met were Smy time you 53SS3S that
of'Mrs. Mr1: and< !Mrs. George Da.vld'3: Road NEW RIVER BAPTIST ,gee' Y be 'e \I'( @
",John, Brown on Mon.d rna Baptist Church at Starke i,1 of time
and family of Orange Park ., 1 S 0'.1' ': '
y evening and the weekly ton Monday Aug. 5, with Rev. A. fat : :
School 10:00 a. m. you. :
: "a.
Sunday : shortencw
SIIII*!rda!'. Sunday School. 10 A. &4; ia
b' oadcast was made. Mr. a.nd'Mirs.' A. A Orta-jus G. Flynn officiating Burial 11:00: a, m. Morning Worship; Morning Worship, 41 a. m.Tralnlnr God' in heM'ts posSHS 3 d?:.::
i Friends of Theodore Crews Was In the family plot In the 6:00 m. C., A. Services; 7:00p. : ;, M!:. He cannot hear'i that we ": ,h alt be :
were of Jacksonville were gue&ts.of) : p. Union. T p m. eve : ., .,. i nB mlay pt the lord W
of his
grieved to learn Lawtex under direction of De- working
Mr. 'atid Mrs- 'Wallace- m. Evangelistic Services. ning Worship 8 m. keep on God. 'The shall :tt. :;
ditath Sympathy < : Sal hno Witt p. : ,let tlS with and' the Lord .r
3. C. .
on August Jones Funeral Homeof Therefore lort'and peace: call, :;.ar'
MidWeek : :
Wednesday 7:30 m. shal'
:
*$)d prayers go out to' the and Mrs Annie Saunders. Starke. : p. Wednesday night service $>..*>>gyiyt:: land of real and com S89 "Then thou, s:.3
f4t 11y. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Waters of Prayer Meeting. 7:30': p. m: Everyone welcome.L. f?:' : f r'> the '' He fella I in Isaiah hai, Here i ,,m.N '; ;
'reward. fay i
? Richardson. :
Lake Butler spent Tuesday Pastor: Lester F. I ::>:;,}};r{ shy ; and He May 1M ';
Parker pastor
;,(Mr, and Mrs. T! L. Casey :>.; : <:% n -M! /with Mr.i' and' Mrs. Butler spent Friday night with answer be attend
toyd will
honored l Mrs.; WII', Moore with a fam- Padgett. / Mrs. J. L. JoJiJw. CHURCH OF CHRIST : :!4;. i N: ?::a: that the church atrd'I "twart interNl" (''d' We :'
ivu. and Mrs. Otis' Crawford Mrs. Otis Crawford 6f Gainesville of J::* '::;*:'"i; We pr.wv where your .':
1It dlaber on Sunday ';.Jn: .ob-| Church of Jesuit Christ Sunday: Bible Study 10 I :: :m: ; :: hh' be the place :{
of Gainesville drove spent Sunday: with her
Mrs.
sirvadcJe: of her birthday Herbs parents Latter-Day Saints
annl-j Williams to visit Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby. H. m.; Morning Worship and IJII.} service* this week
rirs .,(' Those [418 East Call StJ I: j .i Iti
eventy/ with her were Mr. Moore I Mrs. C. C. Crosby Wed-jresday. I Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Mrs.J. Communion Service It a. on I :e:# : ..::.. ......wv::;; :::>.8Rr:::::: ::x;:tvs: : :;:*itW1ml; .;? i'i11 ,

add 6Sicky.Mr.: ,. and. .,'Mrs. ,,J., Mrs. Crawford and. Mrs. Williams L. Johns were guests of Mrs. Services: Evening services 6::00. I ne 0MdI h WI araekse/.p.q. 101 tItkW 1M.ode,.the. I.e...ed...e.,tlt s.we d \N 17ft
m ,Thomas and family of Live had been visiting relatives 0. S. Crosby and Mrs. lola Priesthood 8:45: : Sunday Wednesday Worship .
&el'Vyl ..
11; Maeewd.lNhdwdMawbny.ndNllMhwwhragIss. "" f ""eIhleiWs* ;>
Okk, Mr. and Mr... Dannie I In Tampa. Green in Gainesville on Mon. School, 10:00.: Sacrament ice 7 p.M.. Minister Jaok P. ,::;:: Mta fMnOfif is MM .bM W CW, M smfiMMnl m McMf w ear si Wt will .hen : x#

Thompson of Jacksoovllle andAifady Mrs. .Alice Edwards. 'Mr. and day.Mrs' 11:00.: Bell. ':k:#::: passes eel lilt hlad_, wIIkII es IM Ie s.or. e1N w ,iaarew.Ieea.' / ; .: ,: '$::1::
Mrs. Harry Edwards and Mr. Bury Sapp entertained Branch President .
Andrews of Wildwood. !d tram, I nllM,Pin. W rhe. .see *MN.. "n'"m DM peale DM Me erne. wWINclfoli 3"::;:1
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee celebrated and Mrs. Richard Murray and with a birthday supper far her Dean Hansen 964-6278 r::: ., kleaa.. .. led hh 1aoIiIr., tenet Nut, b.e.w. mry reed. eh.e4 upheld. ed, re. :-.::
,:thalr"daughter Karen's baby of Jacksonville visited Mr. husband. Among those attend NORTHSIDE BAPTIST tI' .. MIll Nw.
to ifMd kmra k MN Hit ram skMl+ee't IKt, andelwr; i$
and Mrs. Tate Alvarez Sun- ing were Mr. and Mrs. Loyd ofOIlI\
birthday anniversary with a BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH ::. hey, ,wkkli tint will Nt Ike.. 'hw N IIoe M e ttiM' tl. tut.FAULKNER *:: '
special dinner on Sunday. Be- day. Padgett, Mr. and"Mrs.. T. N.

sides John the grandparents, Mrs. Beverly Spence of Jacksonville Norman. Mr. and Mra. Barney Sunday\ School. 10. a mi; Schedule of services: Sunday 1[ KiXni! ; E'llE:1* {: ltw m m11Um m 1f;1fn M.wZii jJZ1; :iWZZXJJ.S$mT; mid

Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Petersonof \ was a dinner guest '-of Ejgers and children'and Mr. Morning Worship, 11 a. m; School, 9:45: a. m Morning : : -

.Arlington. were there for.,the. her' parents Mr. and :Mrs.; 0,'i and Mrs. Joe Sapp and children Evening Worahlp, .7:30: p..m.$; yorahlp.\0:45" : a. m . :. -
occasion. E. Crosby, and tier grandmother > of Jacksonville' Kennethand Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. m.: Training "Union, 6:45: p. m.

Mrs. Joyce Futch was visiting Mrs. J. L. Johns. Sunday.Mrs. Cecil Padffett and Mr. and Wednesday-Rev. J C. Hester Evening Service, 7:45.: Mid-

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Durham C. C. Crosby and Bute Mrs. Gerald :Norman !!, pastor week Prayer Service Wednesday HURST SHELL STARKE "66"

In Jacksonville on Thursday Crosby accompanied Mrs. Ber- Miss Beverly Eggers lOt Jacksonville 7:45': p. m
of last week. tie Williams! to \they home In visited her grandparents SERVICE

Bettie Fagan of Boynton Jacksonville Thursday and visIted Mr. and Mrs.. T. N. Nor HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH SMYRNA MISSIONARY GULF SERVICE SERVICEUHAUL

Beach :Is visiting her brotherinlaw ''Mr. and Mrs. Arnold' Was. man, last -week.i Highway 100 at Thereout.] BAPTIST CHURCH Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231

and sister Rev. and din and baby. I i: Mrv ad Mr. Arthur McRue RENTALS
.Mrs. Don Denton and children. Mrs. Fronle Moody of Lake were guests. of Mr. and Mrs. Training Union-6:30: p. m. 63.7; W. Pratt St. Sundaff I Tire Tru-ing
.T'I Morning Worship-11 a. m.

I I :::::: =: ,I. N..'"..Norman_. __,Sunday L. __...afternoon.WHO. .. I Sunday School-10 a. m. services a. m. :Preaching Sunday School.11 a. m.10 Truck Trailer Headlight Adjusting
? ; UCUIIIDTOWn 01 Jacksonville Evening Worship-7:15: p. m. .
NEED HEADY
: CASH is Training Union 5:43: m.
_ visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday Night Prayer p. Complete Lubrication Brake Service
Howard Brown and, Mrs. Neta I Servces-7:30: p. m. Rev. Merle Evening Worship, 7 p. m. .

I' Brown. Packham, pastor. Everyone welcome .- Elder!: Minor Tune-Ups :.: Wheel) Balance and
Come Sec Us! Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman A. O. Flynn pastor.

of Jacksonville and Mrs. Sally I 24-1IR. WRECKER 'SERVICE' Alignment
I Crawford and Mrs. Leah Brownare ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 1011 N. Temple Avenue
yxr We make loan for visiting Mr. and Mrs How- CHURCH STARKE Hiway 301 and 100 PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
Sunday School 9:45: a. ... PHONE 964-5899
worthwhile ard
any pur Brown and Mrs. Neta All Minor
?i' r f pose. Brown at .their home on Lake Sunday services: Holy Eucharist Morning Worship, 11 .. m. 210 S. Temple Starke Repairs ,

Sampson 8 a. m. Family Service Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m. 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke

$25 to $600DO Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Taylor 10. a. m. (Holy Eucharist. 1st Choir Practice Wednesday STARKE BUILDERS
and 3rd Sundays. Morning
of Jacksonville
and Mr. and 8 p.m.Bev.. '
YOU HAVE Mrs. CharlesWewman' and children :: Prayer 2nd and 4th Sun- kj LAWSON
Robert D.
Burch
of Fairbanks visited their days] J. Thomas Staab, SUPPLIES, Inc. %

-Too many paymentsto parents Mr. and Mrs. Lola Rector. RAIFORD BAPTIST CHURCH MEAT MARKET j

make Newman, Sunday Featuring Ace Hardware OF STARKE INC,
CHURCH OF GOD
Schedule of services: Sunday ,
AND COLD STORAGE
:
-Too many bills to COUNTY I\: AND FOKInl.FOIlU JfCUU'S COCBT.: 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. School, 10 a.m. Worship. 11 Complete Paint Supplies Buffet Lunch $1.25 .

pay? VOVN'rr,. Sunday School, 10 a. m.. Worship ..m! !and! 7:30: p.m.. Training' We Specialize in Custom Slaughter
I Tao many taxea In FLORIDA Service, 11 a m. and:: Union. 6:3O: ( p-m. Rev 'Jack and Sporting Goods 11 A. M. to 2 P. M\
w ret Kutat of
C ing1Cutting and Wrapping ,
r SAMUEL J. T. Orady. a-k-a 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting, Stolte pastor.KINGSLEY ,
coming due? KJSV.; R J. ORAJiY. diceased. Friday 7:30' m.-Rev, X S. "Check With Us First"
IVOTICB O*' PHOUATH:: :! : p Buffet Dinner S1.7& Prepared for Deep Freeze
The Williams, pastor.. : LAKE BAPTIST
State ot Florida to an
porno Internted In the Ontate CHURCH 219 Washington St. 961-5270 5 P. 1133\' to 9 P. M. WHOLESALE *
Let U With Your of sale .. .
Help Money < flCctrfSnt: '
DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH
You are hereby notified that Sunday School 9:43: ... m.
Problems a written Instrument purportIng BROOKER Morning Worship 11 a. m. AND RETAIL
to be the last Will and U. S. 301 North Ph. 961-7600
Testament of said decedent has Sunday; School. 10 a. m Training Union 6:15: p. m. Phone 964.7059
been. admitted to probate in 11 .. m Evening Service 7:30: p. m. C
TOWN FINANCE CO aid Court. Morning Worship. '
You are hereby commanded Training Union. 8:30: p. m, Midweek Prayer Service, FLORIDA

226 N. Temple Phone 964-7449 from within the six date calendar of the first months pub Evening Service, ",::30. Rev', let Wednesday 7:30: pm.. Come \ DAD & BRAD SALES

lication of this notice to ap. Lacy Conway paator.NORTHSIDE us worship together.JRev. EST NEW METHODN
pear in said Court and show Allen Price, pastor. I MODULAR HOMES .
cause If any you can. why the
aeeee.ae action of said Court In admitting PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CLEANERS
said Will to probate. should BAPTIST OHTROL
not stand unrevoked. CHURCH Sunday Scnooi lo 24Ft. Wide
a. m
Serving FJorIBlnce
Theron COUNTY A. JUDQB Yawn Located on Bayless Hl1>waj. Morning Worship, 11 s. m i 011illl1CM Ea .Under New Ownership
1950 First !publication on the 25th [SR 223] at Ralford Road Pre-Servloes (Booster btiuL Also 12-Ft./Wide
& of July, A. D. 1969. Your Certified 1last'erlUOBlLE \
& wsftg &. gull Will F-. Sulb ISR 181. Young People aa& Pray HOMES
4\
Attorney Services: Sunday School 11 I Service
_ Thomas A Pierce ). 8 p. m. Ivenln Dry Cleaner
-- --- .. .., ..w-,...: Attorneys. a. m-; Sunday Morning Worships Worship 7 t* m. Midweek 539!) E. Call St. Starke, Fla. Campers and Travellrailers .
P. n. Drawer 1030 11 a. m.; Training Union Free MothProofingFree -
7-25 Starke. Fla..t 8-15 6:30: p. m.: Evening Service, 3ervice. Wedneodcr.. 7:30: p Phone 964-5715 for FREE Keystone Heights

Mr/ *. Carolyn Cordially 7:30': ; Midweek Prayer Service: m. E. R. Bowers, D. D. pastor. Pick-Up and Delivery
Requwt for Bids: I Wednesday, 7:30': ( -, ey. Glenn Inspections and Estimates and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473T-1320: 311
Eaves On or before AUK. 15. 19R8. Lawhon, pastor.. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST N. Temple ="-- Ph. 964-5704:
Representative WJ Welcomes F'flt5'rol One Whlteprlnter.Rebuilt New and CHURCH. STARKE

Ph. 984-5812 You and Your A. C. 60 Cycle MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Sunday School, 10 a. m.
Single Phase Lamp Unit Morning WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT
Watts Operating Current 20 Worship 11 a. m.
122 N. Bay S&. Family to Your EDWARDSGrocery
Amps at 115 Volts A. C. Sunday-0:45: a. m. Sunday Training Union. 7' p. m. Evening -!

Starke New Home We any reserve"and all the bids.right to reject School. 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship.: 8 p. m. Prayer''' CO.

Gene Long, Tax Assessor Worship 8:00: p. m. Training Meeting, Wednesday, 8. p m.- and Market !
Bradford County Starke, Fla Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Rev. Virgil Lovett pastor.
The State of Florida 8/1 Zt 8-8' Official Class Better
Worship. Rings Service For Your Groceries Meats Feed i
I
BAYLESS HIGHWAY
It Is. Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and \ Wednesday! 7:30: Prayer BAPTIST CHURCH Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems GAS AND 'OIL
To Acquaint You With Your City. GLASS Services. 1st and 33: Wednes-

nlght-7:00: p. m. Family Sunday School, 10 .. m.; BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edwards y

If :you are new ,In the area, a phone I FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors Night.FIRST, a.Morning m.i Training Worship Union Service, 8:301:11 142 W. Call St. Starke Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Starke !

call will bring :yon a prompt visit CHRISTIAN CHURCH: p. m.; Evening Worship 7:30p. ': '' Phone 964-7064 158 W. Call! Ph; 9T64-6881 PHONE 964-5312 j

FOR EVERY PURPOSE m. I
from local hostess. Please give. Sunday Services: Sunday '
:your Prayer Meting Wed., 7:30p. :
SHEA'SGLASS School. 9:45 a. m. Morning ta.t O. A. CLAY ELECTRIC C OPERATIVE Inc. '
: Meeting. W*< ., ,
'er a call! Sheihaii maps, and many Worship 10:45: a. m. Evening 7:30: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal. L
i.* Service, 73O: p. ,m. Midweek Owned By Those We Serve la Twelve Northeast Florida
free and wonderful" gift for yow .. I CO. Service, Wednesday, 7:15: 'p. Wed.. 7:3:
from 11Clt1 ti i bS* atleeHeeraerr \ 372.4)15> 172.4)51 m. --Charles Rr !sr, minister. meeting month last MondayIn Electrically"-Keystone Heights-Phone 473-1911
ach ;
1113 N.W. 4lh PleaGahwvlll. flat. PavKl>

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; I 'JCJ1"IImI1MI"" : Omrof'Miami; 1 .Rev. and Mrs, Roosevelt Dell I itors always welcome: -,.,. .. v rj ''' .

I landscapingRequires ; SENIOR,, and Tony Prandl, son of Mr. : Sr. of Starke uunoUnuer the Greater Allen Chapel AMID Register : : :.Vr.

CITIZENS. add Mrs. ''Gene Pnandl of Bal- marriage of their daughter Church. Rev. L. A. Sampson g: ftiJ(1l.ho::( I { ..'
Some ImaginationWith ; I AI'. I \ Percy Sullivan III spent Last. Mary Virginia, to Sttss Suggs, pastor! Services will begin -
After a1' ten-day. vacation, enJoying Tuesday and Wednesday with' kon of Mr and Mi's. Norman( Friday night with Greater Term On 1 '' ; -

m little Imagination, out one 'teaspoon I* fiftr gst l. the dun and sea.at :Mi- bis grandparents. Mi. and Suggs Sr.; of Starku. Free Will Baptist Church in ,two C-...
something as ordinary( as your) Ions \w&t.ert\ ) .,Hdmm wmra .I1II..iBNCIt it WM..* great Mr... Percy Sullivan at Palaea. I The wedding will be an charge. Women' Day will be' ;' u ..
driveway can be. turned into" should select ;.ii"simple i,pattern M among' old ; Thursday and Friday he event of August 17 at 7 p. m. observed Sunday starting with Freeman* Register Jr., coca 1 aiding 'I 10 boys,;' to get "'
an inviting entrance to your it they're going to ;day tit* Inlands.Oand members of the abdale. In Pleasant Grove Methodist Church School at 10 a. m. Miss Gulf Oil distributer. 'was unanimously cattle 'buslneft-j the .\ $ .
home that you'll be proud of. I' brick .themselves McSClweft: : Batter Cttlaena Club visited, his grandparents, Mr Church. A reception will beheld I Carolyn Taylor will be guest recommended by the ted. .'.':\ .,-*
Dr.'vjwayj walks, patios and said.i, i, .(!' \ I f' :TOaay ,!Mann: to Alex Morton and Mr .1: Marshall Strickland at the home of the bride superintendent and teachers Board of Governors of the Bradford' -l iM'r.'
other paved areas are aa 1miinportant -I Unless you have\ a aood.8adaeof '!9or conducting: the meeting .of at Florahome. On Saturday. >parents> All relatives andfriends will be Mrs. Mary McCloud Starke-Bradford' County Chamber gram Chairman\ Bud ,; '
part of landscaping color and ..JleaUCn (fttoctf:(.,,&+! ffulyrrt, andlao ,to his wife afternoon he and his parents, are invited. Adults; Mrs. Elaine Lee Senior of Commerce for re-ap- gave a, report; >f the : v'"'*.
around any home and they tempt to :Install, 'flagtttoM 'Stem: tortlio' article written Mr. ;and Mr*. Percy Sullivan IN LOVING MEMORYIn Class; and Mrs. Margaret pcintment; to the Bradford mittee activities W.>.
can add to the beauty and yourself because\ the resides" to-'Thn\ : \TMegt ph and to the Jr and uncle and aunt. Mr. remembrance of our lov- Diggs, Primary. Morning Worship County Development 'Authority.The committee had \ -""-
convenience of your ;home if ,maybe dl* jpoinart .-. :JWcT othersVtuU, helped make the and Elmer :Fulghum of Palatka. '!nll mother. Mrs. Mary Lennon 11 a. m. with Miss Alice action came at the regular first home improvement / !
an attractive type of )paving is flagstone isn't the. moat .Inexpensive ,. meeting. a. "success during our visited the Jacksonville who passed 'away August Turner of Lawtey as guest monthly Board of 'Governors for clean-up!' 'p .\nt-up t -'"'
selected. Of course there's no material either.. absence.! : too. The Sullivan Jrs.. Percy,! 8. 1968, "When here on earth speaker. Services will terminate meeting Thursday August during the" month of '"*
one kind of paving suitable for But :this tar U* Material' 1 U I 'Mrs "' .Cofnntlne) Meyers! m. Mias Dorothy Mills and our face Is run we' see face of with the 3 p. m. service. 1st. Register had completed Mr, and Mrs,:"M. W. *
every need but it pays to ideal ,for(wUkwaw) and. pa I4tIj'I daughter pf Mrs. George .Mo5ranuslydta Harold Mills were dinner the setting sun. When we shall Speaker will be Mrs. Sherry Ms four year:term,,of officeon of 368 N.' ,fcherry : -"""
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Know which materials are and the size :.of aha piece"- ali ; 'a( visitor' -at the I koesti. Wednesday of the Sullivan hear that final call we tell the Wingate, who was reared In the Authority ,July. 20. The Starke. Mizell'/said the

available says Dr. E. W. Mc- be changed !U> :lit the .-ca1e.*l l,last jt')9ttng! !|Mr McManus I Srs.. at Palatka. world It was worth 'It all." Tallahassee and Is now an enabling legislation which created slots have 'done an .of..tv*
Elwee, ornamental horticulturist the area. Extension Service has been in poor health for I Think About. It Gone but not forgotten.-(Signd LPN ,in Alaohua General Hosbltal the Development Authority job of making their Mi?:
with the Florida Agricultural engineers ,recommend laying some time 'add has gone back "Men exist tor' the sake of ? > Mrs Leola-Su&s. 'Rev. Levy and past president of Williams specifys! the' responsibility most attractive in the w.
Extension Service. the! stones ion( the ground and with her 'daughter to i Arizona one another. Teach them then Lennon and,. Mr. George Elementary PTA. A repast of the Chamber of Commerceto 'The Regular monthly report"f' i
"Straight or gracefully-cur moving them ,!luntil a sattofac where ItJJsw! hoped that her ,or bear with them.Marcus ,Jrlff'n. will be served after the recommend persons to serveon mercial awKrd was ...">
ved walks and drives are more tory color,,;And ,(I. pattern are health impreVes.' I ,\.ureI1ua.Colored. CHURCH NEWS' evening service. Guest Choirs the Authority. Actual appointment tothe. Hampton PTA H.*...
likely to be In keeping with achieved. ,Toe spaces betweenthe Happy Birthday' was sung Greater Free Will Bethlehem will be St. John's Baptist Choirof is made by Florida's effort put forte\ by that ,.

the street and house than those stoner, paw.'then_ be... filled, for July toilttary' Allen Eileen ,. Baptist Church Rev. Lewis Lawtey for the morning Governor. ization In landscaping : **
that are strongly curved. This with ,concrete 'or gravel or Dui lhiec: Helen McManus. and 4 McKay pastor. Monday night' service and Antioch Baptist In other action, the Chamber grounds of the 1 new
Is especially true of short, 'even grass. JOlt Kerrigan Many happy re- CitizensV Choir'.No. 3' and Ushers Board Church and Ebenezer Baptist heard a preliminary report School. This project was : : ;..I
walks and drives. It may be The imagination "or the' "ffeslgner tune .'< '417.( No. 2 will meet. Tuesday Church Choir for the afternoon. from G.: T. Hu&rlnai County operative! program : ; .,.

necessary to curve them -to is about the only limit Six lawmbars of the Library News night Choir No. 1 meets. Wed Antioch Baptist Chuch Rev, Agent on plans for "the County SchoolBoord : : '';...
avoid shrubs or trees or to fit atlon on the way concrete maybe Committed; Alex, and Emma nesday night Prayer Meeting. L. W. Thomas pastor Men's forthcoming Chamber sponsored County Commission. : : : + .
them into the contour of a used. The appearance of", Mortoa, .;Helen McManus Yola Thursday night Story Hour at Day will be observed starting "Calf Scramble" which will Mizell concluded his l; 0.'
slope. They should, join other this m terls.1. may be made: Vestal. .and 'Joe and Dorothy HEAD 'STARTGraduating' the church and Ladles Circle. with Sunday School at 10 a. m. be held in October. Muggins with the presenting of : n.*
walks drives.! steps and landings more interesting' :,byr changing-< Kerrigan'j): met and fulfilled exercises will be I Friday, Prayer Band meeting.: Morning Worship ,at 11, Evening announced a broader; more ust!! SIP award to J. R, '
at pleasing angles. The Its color texture form :At1tractive their regular stint repairing held tonight (Thursday) at 8 Also the pastor. and congregation -' service 6 p. m. encompassing activity to create Ington, who is the first ; : : i
walk and drive are often combined line, form may be books. .look la the Sauthslde School will render services at wide spread involvement of plete a refaclng of his : ***
to eave space arid avoid! ,"achieved by.sI11.\ header Jessie Bowden's granddaugh! eafetorlum.: children must Greater Allen. Chapel AME!:, MOUTIITOMOUTHMouthtomiouth people in the program. Desire front on the West Call >-'

chopping up the front lawn Into boards of redwood or other ter. Phyllis Morgan, four children be'' ,coompaned) by their par- Church at 8 p. m. All members .: ') la. now .the of the Agricultural Committee Starke. BulUngton : P..J.
; several small areas Mc- rot-resisting woods. Even be- and husband Leon are ents. The buses will run. Refreshments and friends are invited to: most used artificial is to have 100 persons commit operates Bulllngton's > *.'
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Elwee said. ginners ,can handle the con- visiting from New Jersey for will be served. The attend. Dinners will be sold' respiration commonly In attempting; to I ted for I financial support of $10 and Gift ShOP: + 3

If'you're ambitious brick can crete if they pour it in small 10 days. 'Leon'preachtd.thesermon Head Start program teminated Saturday night from the kitchen \ revive' drowning: victims ac- each than ten persons at -$100 Chamber Exec: : : *,
be hand-set and the result is' a batches....and the cost is relatively at the Starke Presbyterian August 9. ,' Sunday School at 9:30.: cording: to the State {Board of each Hugglns said. dent Pete Novak gave a : ft'',*
truly( beautiful driveway, walk low. Church last Sunday. Miss Ida Mae Sugga received Morning Service at 11 with the Health. The first Chamber ef Com' on' Industrial ,

way, or patio. It may ,be installed ''Then there's always that Special 'dell 'ery letters were hep.;\ high school diploma from youth incharge. YPCL 4 p. msrce "Calf Scramble" pr* tlvit'es'! of the Chamber ';'ft"
over tamped fine sand popular and inexpensive solo, sent from the Bradford County Bradford-biubrt Area .Vocation m. Evening Service''' mission I TYPEWRITERS:. Manual or Ject was held I in October of absence of Industrial: I '
base which has been laid over tlon to almost all paving dozens 'Club Ur State; Senator al Technical Center on June 28.DELL8UGGS' activity with Mrs: Mary Me- klectrlo. For sale or I'8nt.- 1967. It brought! the County I ment Committee : '*.
other Emory (Red) Croas'mnd: representative Cloud speaker 6 Vis widespread well Biiford Ml'chell.' Novak ....
crushed rock or some needsasphalt.. It can be Installed Gene,, Shawduring as p. m. Bradford County Telegraph publicity ni as .,.

material that drains ,rapidly.. dulcklv and used moon .__...__ d the. St au ,. "'."
The use of cement la optional. thereafter The -cost- of -having the epeclal BQMIIMI VK _. ..._ y... ...
the -' -
Government* last JUhe on' -
of the oldest and meat ',.n
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Some
walks and asphalt Installed by a contractor new.. Florida State;' Constitution .

Interesting terraces in Florida garden were laid is with about concrete the same when as paving ,the We the asked clallse for of their$10,000 support Home for mv : : -4 :: ..'u.8aked

sand without the use of t n tft-
on still owner does his own mixing stead Exemption "for 'person*'96 Bood1
mortar. Many of them are
Pouring.For
and years ,and .'older' be inoluded.. .
h"
.
In today.A '
\use
more information on We didn't receive :a reply from PEACH
wide of colors and
range landscaping your home see either gentlemen. We wonder
types of brick add to the desirability the .. Extension Servlce's new why? : r., &u :
of brick paving. The circular 179-C entitled "Land.roanlg Next meeting will be held at COOKING PIES BLEACH :
cost can be low if you "do it Florida .Homes," available the Pratt 'St. Recreation Carter

yourself" but the cost Is high free from your County Aug. 13 alp. m. The t nrY ,..
if the work is contracted. The t Agent's office, by writ' I1w
or more we meet ,together tM OIL 39
texture of the brick pattern offers tog te: Agriculture Unlvers'ty happier we- will itoe. L C a ,.rn"
contrast to smoother of Florida. Gainesville. 32601.
I -roe Kerrigan .
forms of paving and It also 0 SUPERMARKETS -
bLAYRRcHOcoLATi ...
provides a fairly slip-proof yy .y. .... "...!.. 48otJfifL I
surface. TOOTH DECAYp ,t CAKE .::

Brick surfaces in Gamp locations Many Florida cities: have: added THERESSA: NlrI/ OODfHUISU'.fH'U I. a.. !._ "?A
+
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!) may become very slip flourlde to their water sup- fu.or, AUGUSf sr ro'A ". .
QUAMm 515X,5511(55(0/
pery If moss is allowed to ply 'because the State Board T 65. ...
grow on these surfaces. But of Health says this reduces 'By Dorothy Mill .1 \, -'"
moss can be easily controlled Phone 473-4S18<< << FROZEN YOUR CHO CEf .
dental decay as much as 65 SPRINGTIME IIMIT-I' tone WITH I.M 01 Moll roan 01(11 ,
u
with a very weak solution of ; f" : : ::1 .
water and copper sulfate (ab per cent. AA A. A..AA AAAAAA. In BUTTER BEANS "
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n Hope BapIWChurch, E DALE
C'G'FFE' : '
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'Sunday School, 10 a... m.: GARDEN. PEAS "
Morning Worship.' 11 a. m.; ,
JACKSONVILLEBusiness' Training Union 630 p.. m.: OR MIXED CHASE AND ,r, ," .'r'
[ Evening Worship 7:13 1: p. m.: '' f .,

Wednesday'evening Prayer set. VEGETABLES ............:..:, SANBOR- |Ibcae II III'4 .- :' FOOD FAIL 'laces ...
vice 7:30: p. m.. with choir '

practice following itbe service. goes POLY SAGS "
108 were la Sunday School ,
Directory "
Sunday /imorl 11i. ,in> the"absence 5'B"e 4c

of Rev. Merle Packham. 4 .

Pastor who was on vacation ',' ,
Sunday services were conducted FOR :' -'" ,

Auto Sales & Servlde MOTORCYCLES by Jim! Johnson lay",minis! .na..a.. .. ... .... ....... ......n.. .................................u.r..a..u..w..S.y..a..u.a a ........" 5:
ter. First Baptist! Church.
Parruh Motors' .
HONDA Green Cove Springs. "

Rev. and Mrs. Packham returned YOUR CHOICE! LIMIT HTUOINT WITH s.oo oiott.. :
b ant "
MONTE SA this week from a weeks HALLMARK early |on. poi, baby limai, fcfacky great norASS'T : .
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: MOTORS *i CYCLES( CO. vacation as guests of Mr. and 104 :
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8ALttScfiJ' See Honda's Hot 3601 Mrs., Bill Cumbie and familyof VEGETABIES;.. ,. DETERGENT
HaInes City at Franklin: Motel :
4949 Blandlng Blvd.
Franklin, N. C. Rev and DIXIE CHEF.
Always Good Used gars Phone 771-8244 ,1'I t I :
Mrs.' Packham report a moat .
Ml Laura St. Ph. SM-ftOM MOTORS CYCLES!! SPAGHETTI 151/2oacANs6.1$1 tirsi.yii N
4949 enjoyable vacation; however .?...\.....,.... of
BEAUTY 4CADEMY: Blending Blvd. 771-8244 he says' .that .111& ,oU game DIXIE CHEF GIANT #I FYNE 49 ,
hasn't improved any since last 'TIDE 59 .. TEX. :

American MUSIC year. CHILIth beans 1S1/2osCANS/ 6"$11" 1 \ r GIANT
Community House .... ( OX
Hairstyling Paulus Music Co. The Theressa Community .

Academy House Is open each Monday n .)::. discount health and ",' :
Band String Instruments evening, beginning at 7:30.: fora --tt\ r .

21 W. Monroe 3g5-9B91 Gibson Guitars A Amplifiers I recreation period to which -eSh 1I RED OR WHITE beauty Bids/; :I :
all community residents regardless .
RiversideHairstyling .School SuppUlDatrudlon I
't.o;?
of lop are invited. RIGHT .
Roberts Recorder : ,
PERSONALS SLICED QUARTER
Music Library-Exptort Mr..'''and Mrs*.' Dewey Chap.
Academy. Repair Department man and grandsons of Miami PORKLOIN GUARD !
2699 Park 8*. SSS. W? 41 W. Monroe 800-8447 visited her uncles. Clevelandand DRUMSTICKS .'
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Modern Styling.QuaHfled Marion Sullivan and farri- SPRAT DtOPOftANX N

Instructors PIANOS illes oh Saturday, enroute to a 3., /
Accredited VA ApprovedDay vacation' 'in Georgia with Mr, OR LEG QTRS. gBJt 3'C
or Night Classes : :::'
For Musical Advice CJiapman'a relatives. On Sun. ; "V* i N
day. Mr. and Mrs*Jasper Bennett CHOPS 3Hir .
ELECTRIC MOTORS CARTER'm
C. B of.Clearwater visited his '

Peavy Brothers "- .... ... ... .. --- sister and brother-in-law. Mr. LISTERINEANTISEPTIC -,
Electric Co.: ( "_\. ; on their way to a two-week 68c. : .
ELECTRIC MOTORS ,. -. .. ,- vacation in N. C, ,, 14..an 6& .. :
Jk'ld-Servlced--RepaJrecl Chlckertnff and Other Mrs. Marie Taylor of Gain IB1 ,r': SAVI4cH :

Generators Starters Name Brand Piano esville. Miss Susan Taylor >and .. .J :
Annatare Rewind tn* HOIBALL "SWINGER" Mrs. L..K.', Child were In Orlando \"e ..
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4044 Lenox 887-2028 ORGANS last Tuesday.' Thursday rw
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Child.1'' CALIFORNIA .:"-
MATERNITY WEAR I Roosevelt Mail 888-8919 were his grandsons Tommy N a rIb ; CHUCK IAROI HEAD r '

Helton and family of Ft.

SEWING CENTER Pierce. ICEBURG .
Mrs. Don Zelgler of Melrose .
,
P I visited, Mr and Mrs. Percy \ ,,4f ROAST LETTUCE 1 '
H. & N. Sullivan Jr, Friday afternoon, &-

Mr. and JoIrs.. Billy Hall recently -

'1n.d.-t.- SEWING CENTER visited her parents,. Mr GROUND 2/37/ J i
>> and Mrs. A. 8. Rollins and. her USDA .:
Conaole Model makea fancy designs ulster and brother-in-law Mr,
"J4ekaonvllle'e" Most Complete stitches monograms and Mrs. t>. A. Thornton and CHOICE LAROI JUICY CALirORNIA a
B E E F -
Shop for Mother-to overcasts sews on buttons, family at La Grange. Ga LEMONS :
make button holes ,i blind Mrs. Hall's, niece and nephew. ..
JUDY'S sUtches. No attachments Susan and 'Freddie Thornton ilbs II

MATERNALANE Demonatiaton.' or |6 per came back I with them >and returned 5 SAVI11*IB CINTIR CUT FOR 341 C :
mo. Call Jax 771-1830: to their home Sunday
1007 Park St. SSiJSOtS :
after spending a week with the RIB ROAST : LAROI IYI SWISSCHEESE "-
U.S. NO. ,1 WHITEPOTATOIS. :
MOTORCYCLES Haifa at'Fort Matanzas. i
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WESTERN\! STORE. Mr., and Mrs. J. D. Phillips' 1 99 USDA? LICID OK .10 o59 .
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9 8 C'
Triumph two oldest 1 grandsons, James .CHOICE) i; CHUNKS ,. 794 ...... ..! "l ; i
Of and Joseph Phillip of Opa ..
LITTLE DUDE Locka., returned to their horn .
JacksonvilleYAMAHA N-t B7I4SU' .
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In Miami Sunday alter a ten- J
TRIUMPH Western, Store day visit 'here' Visiting Mr. SOFT
Xce To BSOco Western Clothing Leather- and Mrs. Phillips! this (week : J Jr
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Used dales Motorcycle.- Farts -In Service Stock roods Saddles! and TraUeraUZII are their sons and families ''f

Phillip Hwy U. S. I S. Charles) A Sharon Petty Mr. and Mrs. James B. Phil M
and James m of ....
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elIr4pry; VVwwvW Ve"Ottm and attending vacation Bible FTRST UNITED METHODIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

school. 'S.VARKE STARKE

Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Dan I
nie were visiting Mr. and Mrs. / Sunday Church School, Sunday Aug. 11 Sunday
S:43: Worship School 9:45 a. m.. Morning
Leslie P. Phillips and sons in : a. m.; Morning :
... Vf Kniim BUuiclwraVacation Jacksonville the first of last ::11 a. m.; MYF Activities, 6:30p. : Worship 11 a. m.; the sermon:

week. Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. ; m.; MYF Meetings, 7 p. m.; "What Makes A Good Dea
A4 .:laWaAVUa.4 Lois Carter spent last Thurs- :Evening Worship. 8 p. m. con"; Training Union 6:15: p. j

i B.blo School at day with Miss Debbie Phillips Monday Circle 2, 3:30: p. m.. Evening Worship 7:30: p.

JjiihJWKJU".Baptist.,Church closed in Macclenny. :m.; Methodist Men 7 p. m. m.: the sermon: "Deacons -
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l lost .Saturday evening with aprottram Mrs. N. J. Strickland of Covered Dish Supper in Fellowship Stephen and Phillip.

> r followed by. a .weiner Tampa and Mrs. Elmira Rice : Hall.TuesdayCircle. Monday, Aug. 12 Lottie

rtftfet 'anU, "hamburger"' fry. of Orlando were Wednesdayand 4, 10 a. m., Moon Circle at the church, -- .. .

'Tdmr. .bad *. stood weekof, study Thursday visitors of Mr. Circle S, 10 a. m. 7:30: p. m.Tuesday.. LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST .
afiiji.aji." :attendance of approx- and Mrs. O. J. Anders. Wednesday Circle 1, 10 a. Aug. 13 Helen CHURCH

inutejy .BO..Everyone: enjoyed Kenny Phillips of Gainesville TO.; Circle 3, Picnic Meeting Masters Circle at the church, An Investment In Your Future
th-fellowship:' :Is spending the week with Mrs with Mrs. J. W. Rltch.: Prayer 9:30: a. m.; Ida Darby Circle Sunday School 10 a. m

. FOrst; .Baptist Church vaca- Wells (Mama Mae) and his Meeting and Bible Study, 8 at the church. 10 a. m.: Lor- Morning Worship 11'a.. m.;

UbpBlblec; ;. Sblwol continued fortaOweclu grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. V. m. ena Epperson Circle home of I Evening Worship 8 p. m. W

; with.a, good attendance Joe Dorko and attending vacation Thursday Chancel Choir Mrs. Floyd Green 3 p. m.; Prayer Meeting Wednesday a"fll CMIIICI

..They ha W,.,,their closing Bible School. Rehearsal 7:30: p. m. Ethel Biggs Circle to be announced 8 p. m. Sing each :Friday at r

.iaslr' '..Fridayevening with appdgrstw.v. Randal Bradley of Jacksonville 7:30: p. m. p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane, pa

l. .Refreshments were was visiting his parentsMr. Theodore Crews Wednesday, Aug. 14 -Prayer tor. .. ,
sieved during the fellowship and Mrs. R. L. Bradleyon Services Held Meeting deacons to be nominated r., / "rvt**Awi'? .. **. .' v** #**".*'.:'- ." '"'i; $=im'--: kt ll 'uJX+"!:ZimTI: *
} '!':'Y' < .h
HUT. Monday. 7:30: p. m. I CALVARY BAPTIST "f' .-. :. f' -'Jf. .1!
iiVacatlon Bible School began Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Hardy Monday, Aug. 5 -W. A. Hogan, pastor. '....".,. .,.'k...,. 'N". :" '". "., '. .. .
aS .brace Methodist Church on of Bridgeport Conn. have ]I I Sunday School 10 a. m '.',. t"'" h' '. 4' iM'" J t.:
!.$ddat morning at 9 a. m.gd 'returned to their home after a. Theodore Crews 62, of Law Morning Worship, 11 a. m ...., .:,' .
l thelong
. will continue through the three week visit with then; tey died in a Gainesville hos- MADISON STREET Tralnlrg Union. 6:30: p. w "'1 '." .....rl. ., i! .: 4?.;:;, :::' t l
:
9It 'With' closing exercises on son-in-law and daughter Mrs pital Saturday morning: August BAPTIST CHURCH Evening Service, 7:30.: Prayer .. .. :. ?y.1.11\-\ ,, opt '1 'ft i. .::0:: t%
Saturday night. S. C. Harley and Mrs. Raymond Bryan.: 3, following a brief Illness Meeting Wednesday, '7:3: ( 1jrIi ttt1>/. '.t..t' .-1t.J! JIf {@
1! ;
1 14i '\ conducting 'an adult bible Miss' Gerty Fae Cruce ot Born In Lawtey on Nov. 17, Sunday, Aug. 4 Sunday ''p. m.-Rev. B. H. Butler f _.. -s: '" ,. .:
. ,
school 1 .each' evening this. week. Gainesville spent the weekend/ ]905, Mr. Crews. was an employee School, 9:43: a. m. Morning pastor. 1!! ;fgf ,, t.t. i tWA.i"1, ; #! l ,m

.tjyeryone-te invited. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. : of the Florida Develop.. Worship, 11 a. m. Youth Choir "11 bfe JfJ pJ lrR.Jm.iritt; ; -f": ))1 Armof '

CJmrCh, Activities.. Frank Cruce. Her brother ment Commission. He was a'';, Practice 4:30: p. m. Youth HEILBRONN BAPTIST ,. ': : .;.. /11 J. A-; .. { : t6! .11.; .. $,:;
.cOrace: Methodist Sunday Marcus returned with her far. member of the Smyrna Baptist Fellowship Supper. 5:45: ; CHURCH, HIWAY 16 N. y .\( f 'i' : )P IIt':1'): : : ::f : r:"!
Training Union 8:15: : WMU ..... ,' .... .... F. : .
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School. 9:45: a. m., Worship 11 a visit. Church. ,. "' !--f : I ''=I'
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afetm.-'and; 7:30: P. m., Acting Postmaster Coral .,. Survivors include his wife, Prayer Circle. 7:15: ; Evening Sunday School 9:45: a. m '')1'n ttJ;;;}, .....'I".. ...1'I .Ht. 'j ..bf Y;1' ..roW;;. i'fJl" , I Worship 7:30.Monday : Morning Worship 11. Training. .,. .j" ..... "'"! .to..
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,First* Baptist-Sunday School Lee of Lawtey will attend the Annie\ ; Mae Crews of Lawtey; "" $ : .* \ : :

,4S"1L', hi.. Worship 11 a. m. 4th Annual Postmaster Tra'm- five' daughters: Mrs. Alma R. A. meeting, 7 Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service :'l'i" tllbd '1:30: 'p. m.. Training Un- Ing Seminar at the U of South! Padgett. Mrs. Carolyn Hodges p. m WMU business meeting 7:30.: Midweek Prayer .J"Y 1d':: t ., : .t "' .1. ..,:.".;,:* ::

half 8:30: p. m. Midweek ser Fla. In Tampa' Aug\; )1213.Bavless and Mbs Louvenla Crews all 7:30.: Brotherhood Circle, 7:30.I: meets Service 7:30: ( -iRev. L. Tommy "I' ; ( Mbt { t ; :: I
I Tuesday Howe pastor.
7:30 of Lawtey Mrs. Shirley Pad-
Wednesday m. ;
.fchurctr: 'of God: p.SundaySfcJbopJ '................................."." ." .."' 'P r gett of Clay Hill and Mrs. An- 9:30: a. m.Wednesday. 4 .t t: ':ff IJ?- 1'4Vi t '.rt .. 1
Prayer MeetIng GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH spW fSB' iaS iW W Pi>W' '. *1. f iaiim .
10) a. m.. Worship 11 nie Lee Smith of Ocoee, Fla.; Ct.
'
I ?t.t! .., ajim.and&! 7:30: p. m. YPE Hi\vav four sons: Sinclair T., Wayne I ,. 7:30: p. m. Deacons Meet- f;$iH :Z';[ :: ',' slowly when" ou Choir Practice School 10 growing }
Wednesday 7:30: p. m. and Archie Crews all of ing, 8:30: ; Church Sunday a. m. s church teem' 10 be fruIt. ,,un,:. t'be di e14.4 ::::
KUrhlajidBaptist, Sunday Starke, and Joey Crews of 8:30.: Morning Worship, 11 a. m. 'ifq1 be times W to bear' ,ty be &dt. #
(
: seems
hoof 'BMr*. O. E. Crosby | Denton SumraU. pastor and 7 p m-Rer.' Leland ,.. J r. There may :Yyour' work fear not neither ii
9:45: a. m., Worship 11 Lawtey; a brother. Louis Baker putor.Thursday' d\Kouragcu\ in Deu t. ,1121: ;.:::: i iU
!a&' m.- and 8 p. m., Choir' practice A & AA A..U1I Chews'of Starke. and a sister, beCome lOl'd would say to y' f.mw
7 *p m. Prayer service Miss Alma Crews of Jackson FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Visitation, 10 :'
cauraged:
> .; and Mrs. Harry Faulkner OF STARKE f t :ffi
\tedne day 8 p. m. The young ville. a. m. and 7 p. m. w' ...
le'8 choir home I and children were quests jofMr1 Services West Weldon St. and Raiford t .:; :.J
O met at the were from the Smy ;
and !Mrs. George Pavidiain: Road NEW RIVER BAPTIST #e &SSS&S&S&Ikt :: tt
o('Mrs.,.John! Brown on Mon.d I rna Baptist Church at Starke

y evening and the weekly Saturday end family of Orange Park '.'on Monday r 'Aug. 5. with Rev. A. Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. Sunday School la "a. A. i, & .FI; :::; '
0. ;
b oadcast made. Flynn
was Mr. and' Mrs. A. A Orta'jus; officiating. Burial 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship; Morning Worship, 11 a. m.Traininr #>;:
Frlenda of Crews Was in the
Theodore in the
cf) Jacksonville were of family plot 6:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00p. : Union 7 p. m. evening k He that' we ; all be ron +
guests| praying lord th
Were grieved to learn of his. Lawtex! under direction of De- waking' and the ,>#
Services.
Mr 'and 'Ws- 'W' l1 m. Evangelistic Worship 8 p.' m. keep "The glory shelf
: ce' Sal bno let u' God- Lad :
6 with
dltath Sympathyadd
!: Witt he M
on August 3. C. Jones Funeral Homeof 7:30 Mid w Therefae' std Pt acc' call I. and'
Wednesday m.
and Mrs Annie Saunders. : : p. ,Wednesday night service z and com,or tbou.halt
prayers go out to' the I Starke. ? of, 9 Then ":"
land
family.: ,. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Waters of I week Prayer Meeting. 7:30: p. Everyone; welcome.L. : :.,f r}: tbe "esue tell us;in s sha81 II'' Here'1 /i.m." 4;

;; iMr. and Mrs. T! L. Casey L Lake Butler spent Tuesday; Pastor: Lester F. Richardson. L. Parker pastor ; >s:> <' < thy rcwar'halt cry nd He say' ueasure. May the ,:..18

honored JWrs''ACaaey's': mother, n "*..*. with Mr, and' Mrs. tx: >ydPadgett. Butler spent Friday" night with ik ,.,j }'' answers thou felloWst will be your :dearest a attetai :;;
Mrs. J. L. Johns. CHURCH OF CHRIST std 'ti '' We invite i yal
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Mrs. WJ>. Moore wits| afamilfr I Imj F", mat the church ....-art inters IleII. ?
', .and Mrs. Otis'Craivfordcf / Mrs. Otis Crawford of Gainesville of : W c pyay where Your ''' '.:.:
i dloher. on Sundg)!.t;In obervaite Church of Jesus Christ Sunday: Bible Study 10 I ? :%: place "
of her birthday aitnlvirsaryy Gainesville drove Mrs.: Ber spent Sunday with her parents Latter-Day Saints {,}y church' due
a. m. Morning and ? week-
Those "enloytng'thisbent ; ; tie Williams to visit Mn. and iMr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby. [416 East Call St] ; Worship .,;. ";:;< {erVlta .-. '1y 1 '
Mrs. C. C. Crosby Wednesday. Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Mrs. Communion Service 11 a. m I ... ....., :* :lli.k1 f11J j
with' her were Mr. Moore I 4 ,' "> ;;}:ice: ::::: ::::::::> : :::; : iohos # aowi NeGwr :;r
add Micky...Mr and ,Mrs. ;Mrs. Crawford and Mrs Williams J. L. Johns were guests of Mrs. Services: Evening services 6:00.: a
; : .1'1 O. S. Priesthood 8:45 Sunday I ;. Ownk h item l onwwIW opmy In Mm netM he MrtedlM" "Hit" kimMft.I Mi' 'In* A i.
V*!. Thomas and family of Live ] had been visiting elalives Green Crosby In and Mrs. lola/ School 10:00., : ;Sacrament Wednesday Worship service 1 "::f q for_...of Ills......r.r-Ie .. Ie......,.....,In...""" .........*...... r.1}
d*k. Mr. and Mr. Dannie I in Tampa. Gainesville on Mon : r::
*; 11:00. 7 p. m. Minister Jack P. fr Mil t"'l"l. h .*. .h.t of BW, M fwmiMiit w mMr" ir My' i* Wt mar... .buf r Q ':;1:1':'
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Mrs. Alice Edwards, Mr. and : :
Thompson of Jacksonville andAtdy \ day.Mrs': Bell. ..fj:::::: ,--. end UK.. ........ ..iM... n tea. M bar wM !HwvlloWr pri..*. t wt i nn A.;i ,: J.J
Mrs Harry Edwards and Rury Sapp entertained President '
Andrews of Wlldwood.iMr. Mr. 'with Branch '1d: tram HHhk. ft. >.... M .*MM. MfpMt. .HH Ownli (M ... ... WIWnHMNclHt 1:1 f:::
and Mrs. R. E. Lee celebrated and Mrs. Richard Murray and a birthday supper for her Dean Hansen 064-6278 :::
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:: of "Mang s./ Ills r. ,. ., IMf; hnna.ay. prier oIIevtoI upheld std pea J
,.the!,. daughterKaren's baby of Jacksonville visited Mr. husband. Among those attendIng NORTHSIDE BAPTIST
tI ....
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: : / In Mw aII'I' N4,deems aid galley -' r.J
''birthday anniversary with and Mrs. Tate Alvarez Sun- were Mr. and Mrs. Loyd iffflw
a CHURCH .. .
special dinner on Sunday. Besides day. Padgett, Mr.: and'Mrs.. T. N. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH :>.::.::... ham wftkk dau. wmHtMiiifntltHnn" chile tl w. CiC..._............... l<.:?..,:

John the grandparents 'Mrs. Beverly Spence o!Jacksonville !: Norman Mr. and Mrs. Barney Sunday School. 10. a mi'; Schedule of services: Bitn- h.!j ,$T.mmmf: iWt:1MlM: : {.m1lW11niU: : +.YGGrRC.......}M :7ic:' irmt.m-'ZJ.z:1: : J: 1t'SJ: ;...WJ: k23<
Mr.. and Mrs. O. L. Peterson was a dinner guest 'of Eggers and children': and Mr. Morning Worship 11 a. m; day School 9:45: a. m. Morning -. -

.Arlington were there for,the' her parents Mr. and 1\1rs..o, ,and Mrs Joe Sapp and cill- Evening .Worship, .7:30: p..m.:; )"lor 1I'P.' ..,'Qt5: a. m. .
occasion. E. Crosby and her grandmother dren of Jacksonville"Kenneth: Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. m.: Training Union, 6:45: p. m.

Mrs. Joyce Futch was visiting Mrs. J. L. Johns Sunday. and Cecil Padgett and Mr. and Wednesday-Rev. J C. Hes Evening Service 7:45.: Midweek

Mr and Mrs. G. W. Durham Mrs. C. C. Crosby and Bute Mrs. Gerald Norman term, pastor Prayer Service Wed- HURST SHELL STARKE "66"

In Jacksonville on Thursday Crosby accompanied: Mrs. Ber Miss Beverly Eggers: lOt Jacksonville nesday. 7:45: p. B* FAULKNER

of last week. tie Williams to her home In visited her grandparents SERVICE

Bottle Fagan of Boynton Jacksonville Thursday and visited Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Nor HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH SMYRNA MISSIONARY GULF SERVICE SERVICEU.HAUL

Beach :Is visiting her brother- ''Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Was- man last week.i :. Highway[ 100 at ThereMa BAPTIST CHURCH Carl Hurst Phone 964-6111 964-7231
in-law and sister Rev. and din and baby i Mr ad Mrs. Arthur McRue RENTALS Bill Edwards Ph.

Mrs. Don Denton and children Mrs. :Fronle Moody of Lake were l guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. T. Training Union-.6:30: p. m. 6 3.'W.; Pratt St. Sunday Tire
. Morning Worship-11 a. m. Tru-ing
... services
, 1 N. Norman Sunday afternoon : Sunday School 10
School-" 10 m.
Sunday a.
Mrs, Leailt! Brown of Jack a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. Truck Trailer Headlight Adjusting
Evening Worship-7:15: p. m. .
;
NEED READY
CASH'ComeSee'Us sonville is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday Night Prayer Training Union 8:45: p. m. Complete Lubrication '
Howard Brown and Mrs. Nat Merle Evening Worship, 7 p. m. ii Brake Service
Servces-7:30: p. m. Rev. -
I' Brown. Packham, pastor. Everyone welcome .- ElderA. Minor Tune-Ups c ;:" Wheel Balance and

; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman Q. Flynn pastor.

> of Jacksonville and Mrs Sally 24IIR.{ WRECKER SERVICE Alignment
fit Crawford and Mrs. Leah Brown ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 1011 N. Temple Avenue
ter '1 Pf% We make loan for are visiting Mr. and Mrs.' How CHURCH STARKE Hiway 301 and 100) PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
Sunday School 9:45: a. m. PHONE 964-5899
worthwhile ard
j;* any purpose. Brown Brown at .their and home Mrs.on Lake Neta Sunday services: Holy Eucharist Morning Worship, 11 a. m. 210 S. Temple Starke All Minor Repairs ,

2I A Sampson.Mr. 8 a. m. Family Service Youth Fellowship, A p. m. 617 N. Temple Ave. Starke

$25 to $600DO and Mrs. Vernon Taylor 16 a. m. [Holy Eucharist 1st Choir Praotlc Wednesday, STARKE BUILDERS
and 3rd Sundays. MorningPrayer
of Jacksonville
and Mr. and! 8 p.m. .
YOU HAVE I. Mrs. Charles Newman 2nd and 4th Sundays
and children LAWSON
Ray Robert D.
Burcfe.: SUPPLIES Inc.Featuring
of Fairbanks visited> their; J. Thomas Staab, .

Too many paymentsto parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lola Rector. RAIFORD BAPTIST CHURCH ., MEAT MARKET

make? Newman Sunday, Ace Hardware OF STARKE, INC,
CHURCH OF GOD
Schedule of services: Sunday

-Too many bills to I.C01TNTY AND Fontaa.vuroiw'.JVDGIII.S COURT 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke School, 10 a.m. Worship, 11 Complete Paint Supplies Buffet Lunch $1.25 AND. COLD STORAGE

pay? VOIINrr: ? Sunday School 10 a. m. Wor a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Training We Specialize in Custom Slaughter1m -
h -Too many taxes In 5. 4fl 55 Eetato% ship Services. 11 a m. and Union, 6:30: p-m. Rev. Jack and Sporting I Goods 11 A. .y." to 2 P. M,
ret of '
o Stolte /; Cutting and Wrapping. ,
: SAMUEL. T. Grady a-k-a 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting pastor
coming due, REV. S.' J. O-RA4JY. dwelled.. :Friday, 7:30: p m.-Rev. L. S. "Check With Us First" Buffet Dinner $1.75
NOTICE OF FtaoilATM Prepared for Deco Freeze
KINGSLEY
LAKE BAPTIST
The Williams pastor.DEDAN .
o State of Florida to M I ;
persona Interested hi the etitateor CHURCH 219 Washington St. 961-5270 5 P. M. to 9 P. M
,
WHOLESALE I
Let Us Help With Your Money BHia (aocrf6nt: ,. '
You are herebY notified tha t BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 9:45: .. m .
Problems a written Instrument purport BROOKER Morning Worship 11 AND RETAIL
a. m. _
Inir to be the last Will and U. S. 301 North Ph. 964-7600
Teat amen t of uald decedent hal Sunday School. 10 a. m. Training Union 6:15: p. m.
been admitted to probate in I Evening Service 7:30 Phone 964-7059!
: p. m.
Morning Worship. 11 a. mTraining .
TOWN FINANCE CO aid 1 1 Court. ,
You are hereby commanded/I Union 0:30: p. m. Midweek Prayer Service, i FLORIDA 4

.226 N. Temple Phone 964-7449 from within the BX|date calendar of the first month pub e Evening Service, *7:30.: Rev let Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Come DAD & BRAD SALES

Ilcatlon of this notice to ap. Lacy Conway pastor.NORTIISIDE as worship together..Rev. EST J NEW METHODOHTROL
pear In said Court and mt\o\i I Allen Price, pastor ..
MODULAR HOMES
cause if any you can, why the
action of mid Court In admit BAPTIST I PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CLEANERS
ting Bald Will to probate shout
Serving FloridaSinee not Bland unrevoked. CHURCH I Sunday Bcnooj 18 a. m '. 24-Ft. Wide
Theron .
A. Yawn
COUNTY JUIX1K Located: on Bayless Highway Morning Worship, 11 a. .m a OIIMICAL cod Under New Ownership
1930 PI rut publication\ on the 85th, [SB 225] at Raiford Road Pre-Senrloes {Booster ban!L. Also 12-Ft.:Wide ; '
of I
.. e Jle,.. &.... 6-. July A.Will D. ms.p. Sulb [SR 181.] Young People aa& Pray MOBILE HOMES Your Certified Master
10a.
Attorney Services: Sunday School. Service]. 6 p. m. Evenln: Dry Cleaner

IV. ..,'t- sw. .' --- ...,...... -- ...... ." Attorney Thomas &: Pierce m.: Sunday Morning Worship Worship 7 n.. m. Midweek 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. Campers and Traveltrailers
4 P. O. Drawer 1030 11 a. m.; Training Union, Free Moth-Proofing _
7-25 Starke. Fla. 4t 8-1S 8:30: p. m.; Evening Service, derviee. Wednesday. 7:30: p Phone. 964-5745 for FREE Keystone Heights
Mrs Carolyn Cordially 7:30: ; Midweek Prayer Service m. E. R. Bowers D. O. pastor. Free Pick-Up and Delivery
Hide Inspections and Estimates and Lake = .
Request for : Wednesday, 7:30: ev. Glenn Geneva-Ph. 473T-1320
Eaves On or before Aug. 15. 19B8. Lawhon paator. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST 311 N. Temple-' Ph. 061-5704
Representative' J Welcomes One Whlteprlnter. New and I CHURCH STARKE

Ph. 964-5812 You and Your F'i"lt5orhJretulb. 81} Cycle MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL Sunday School 10 a. m.
Single Phase Lamp ISO'
Morning WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT
122 N. Bay St. Family to YourS Watt Operating Current 20 Worship 11 a. m. ,
Amp at 115 Volts A. C. Sunday-9:45: a. m. Sunday Training. Union 7 p. m. Evening EDWARDSGrocery
k. New Home We reserve the right to reject School. 11:00: a. m. Momma Worship: 8 p. m. Prayer
CO.
any and all bldH.Gene .
I
Long, Tax AaHevHor Worship, 6:00: p. m. Training Meeting Wednesday, 8. p m.- and Market
Bradford County Starke, Fla Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Rev. Virgil Lovett pastor.
The State of Florida 8/1 2t 88GLASS Worship. i Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries Meats Feed

BAYLESS HIGHWAY
It Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and \ Wednesday" 7:30: Prayer BAPTIST CHURCH Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems GAS AND OIL

To Acquaint You With Your City.If Services. 1st and 3xl WedI1es-

night-7:00: p. m. Family Sunday School, 10 a. m.; BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edward

you are new ,in the area, a phone I FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors Night. a Murnlng. m.i; Training Worship Union.Service.6:301:11 I 142 W. Call St. Starke Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Starke

call will bring yon' a prompt visit FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH p. m.: Evening Worship, 7:30p. : Phone 964-7064& 158 W. Call Ph. 9TG4-6881 PHONE 964-5312
FOR EVERY PURPOSE m. I I
from local hostess. Please give Sunday Services: Sunday
your Prayer Meeting Wed., 7:30i: I
SHEA'SGLASS School. 9:45 a. m. Morning m. O. CLAY ELECTRIC C OPERATIVE
A.
p. ; Meeting. Wed.. Inc.
her a" call! Shs}.has. mape and many Worship 10:45: a. m. Evening 7:30: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal ,

free and wonderful glfta for .yo. .. CO. Service Service, 7:3O Wednesday.: p. ,m. Midweek 7:15: p Wed.hood. 7:30: >p.' m.; Brother Owned By Those We Serve In. Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better

meeting, last Monday
from {EIitti) benlaeaaeh. !1.nan.umrr.m.r 372.4)15 111!:N.W.-4th J72-4JJJ Place m. Chartat Rfi'vlsp\ minister. In arti month; flat, pavklMtxJel ) Electrically"-Keystone Heights-Phone 473-4911


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'' I ''EJ"I"IIDIPI! rand' wnrofMiami; Rov. arid Mrs. Roosevelt Dell8r. I i Moro always-'Welcome-' -.... ; ed" he would"e,:vfltiing'gvCt41'
Do-it-yourself : rids calpiii SENIOR., > Recommended 4'To 2nd I companies who Itav:shown.! t0-.
I : and Tony Prandi eon of Mr. of SUrke announce' the Greater Allen cnapel' AMI! "
the .
1 CITIZENS add. Mrs. 'Gone -Pttuidl'''of' Hal- marriage of their daughter Church. Rev L. A. Sampson: t terest in .Stanka. ,
Requires Some Imagination Pi', \ i Percy Sullivan m spent last. Mary Virginia to Stlas Suggs pastor. Services will begin! while he was vacationing 5'-

After ,'a\* Un-day vaoatlon, eaJoying Tuesday and Wednesday with. kon of Mr, and Mi's. Norman Friday night with Greater On Development i Authority his family' in 'the -Ntw Y.
the dun and sea at Mi- Mi. and Suggs lir., of Starke. In New Jersey areadaring two _
With a little Imagination, out one, teaspoon M fifty gal* his grandparents, Free Will Baptist Church Aug
something. as ordinary as your Ions of \\waier. ), .. .Koinwwrwwshould "" ,'.talBeaoa' It wasa1 great Mrs. Percy Sullivan at Palata. .- I The wedding will be an charge Women's Day will be weeks of his vacation ,ln ".
into'I' "' tieasure-'ftjt be among old and Friday he ., of with Freeman Register: 'jr. local aiding., 10 to get into the ust.
driveway can be.turned. select ; iir.simple ipatte, nIt : Thursday event August 17 at 7 p. m. observed Sunday. starting ; :l,'Cbah'hiajl"J Jof
an inviting entrance to, your they're going to ffayi, U. ftdenda.Ynd: member_ of ,the abdale. In- Pleasant Grove Methodist Church School at 10 a. m. Miss! Gulf';JOU distributor ''Vw unanimously cattle bOii the agent sta- Clyde' Terwl11elat Membership :;;
homo that you'll 1 be proud of. I brick themselves, McElw: : ScJflBr Citizen Club., visited, his grandparents Mr. Church. A reception will be Carolyn Taylor will be guest recommended by the ted. ; the Chambers'Committee rundown If"4">
Driveway walks patios; and aald., 1., ;nc Many: ,Shanks to Alex Morton and Mrs.i! Marshall Strickland. held at the home of the brldaV superintendent and teachers Board of Governors of 'the Bradford Pro gave a 'Member-;:
other paved areas are an 1m-I Unless you have...a jtood >sonse :lot meeting .of at Plorahome. On Saturday parents. All relatives and will be Mrs. Mary McCloud Starke-Bradford' County' Cham- gram Chaln&ian Bud Mlzell plans for the one" day '
important part of landscaping of color and -deail0n. IdoWt...at' c eOndllC7ithe' : to his wife afternoon he and his parents friends are invited. Adults; Mrs. Elaine Lee Senior ber of Commerce for re-ap- gave a, report:'f> the BIP com- ship Drive, set'for TUesd$3s"Aug. &I*"'.
6. Prizes being offered
around any home and &they tempt to -install, ''flagstone : written Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan IN LOVING MEMORYIn Class; and Mrs. Margaret pcintment to the Bradford mittee activities stating the
can add to the beauty and yourself because ,the results! ': and to the Jr. and uncle and aunt Mr. remembrance of our lov- Dlggs. Primary. Morning Worship County Development Authority.The committee rieuf' awarded its those who sell the most :.menVwbershlpa "?'
convenience of your' home It .may i be dtoappdtntnta.) .. :*tttf 1 others "that helped make the and Elmer Fulghum' of Palat- 'ingr mother. Mrs. Mary- Len 11 a. m. with Miss Alice action came at the regular first home improvement award ant first place'* gold"

an attractive type of paving is flagstone isn't the moat inexpensive ,. meating a' Success. during. our ka, visited the Jacksonville non Who passed ''away August Turner of Lawtey as guest monthly Board of Governors for clean-up p'aint-up activities telephone which will Telephone'be' Ipso"*
Florida State
selected. Of course, there's no material. either.. tt&senee. : BOO. The Sullivan Jrs.. .Percy 8, 1968. "When here on earth \Speaker. Services: will termin- meeting Thursday; Aug- during the" month of June to ed by laohxtt4-
one kind of paving. suitable tot But this' tiiraWit material 'U 'VMrss" .J; >Centinttne( Meyers, m. -Mias Dorothy, Mills and our 'race: Is run we see face of ate with the 3 p. m. service. ust 1st. Register, had completed Mr. and Mra"M. W. Cresslerof Company Other prize

every need but it pays to Ideal for--walkways"" and. vatiM)' daughter pf .Mrs. George MeMaatLVIV82' I Harold .Mills were dinner the setting sun. When we shall Speaker will be Mrs. Sherry his four year term of officeon 368 N. .'.fcherry Street. two gold derringer-and desk five clalr ash"!
( arctic lighters
!Know which materials are and the size .of;the pieces Ian, ; &. visitor-at' the Ebests Wednesday of the Sullivan hear that final call we1' tell the Wlngate. who was reared In the Authority /July 20. The Starke. Mizell ,said the Cres- state Chamber .
available says Dr. E. W. Mc- be changed to tit the .*cal... Elwee ornamental horticulturist the area. Extension Service! has been In- Poor health for Think About It Gone but not forgotten.(Sign- LPN In Alachua General Hosfcital [ < the Development Authority of making their home the Commerce Membership ,...:
with the Florida Agricultural engineers ,recommend laying some time 'laid has Bone back "Men exist for' the sake of ?di' Mrs Leola Suggs 'Rev. Levy and past president of Williams 'speclfys the,' responsibility most attractive in the block. 1968.' -*w

Extension Service. the stones ;on the ground and with her '''daughter to Arizona one 'another. Teach them then Lennon and,. Mr. George Elementary PTA. A repast of the Chamber of Commerceto The regular: monthly com MADISON STREET
"Straight or graeefulW-cW% moving then !until a satisfactory where it.!a"') hoped that her' *r bear with them."- Marcus :Srlrf'n.' will be served after the recommend persons to serve mercial award was presentedto BAPTIST' ......-

vc>] walks and drives! are more cOlor1Id.,: : 4 pattern are health improves.: Aurellus. CHURCH NEWS' evening service. Guest Choirs on the Authority. Actual appointment the Hampton PTA for the CHURCHI tr -_-10,,',.
likely to be in keeping with achieved. ,.The spaces betweenthe Happy Birthday' was sung Greater Free Will Bethlehem will be St. John's Baptist Choir is made by Florida's effort- put forth!\ by that organization Sunday, Aug. 11 .-. Sunday ,

the street and house than those stones ,pan..''then be. filled. for July 'tolTttary 'Allen. Eileen If Baptist Church Rev. Lewis of Lawtey for the morning Governor In landscaping the School. '9:43: a. UK, MorhlngJ,
that are strongly curved. This with ,concrete 'or gravel or DondRua,1 >H ton MeManus. and ( J McKay pastor. Monday night service and Antioch Baptist 'In other action the Cham- grounds of'the 9 new Hampton Worship. 11 a, 'm, Youth 'Choir

is especially true of short 'evgn, grass. Joe Kerrigan\ Many happy re- Colored.. Citizens Chotr'-No. 3" and Ushers Board Church and Ebenezer Baptist I ber heard a preliminary report School. This project was a cooperative Practice., 4:30 p. m. yontn Fefc.lowshlp :....
waits and drives. It may be Tha Imagination! "or 'the' 'ffif-( IUdS M<
necessary to curve them _tc signer is about the only limit Six anvmbars' of the Library News i night. Choir No. 1 meets. Wed- Antioch Baptist Chuch Rev.L. Agent on plans for "ths County School .Boord and the Union. 6:15; WMO 'Prayer Or'J Jcle.

avoid shrubs or trees or to fit ation on the way concrete may Committed.; Alex and Emma nesday night Prayer Meeting. W. Thomas pastor. Men's forthcoming. Chamber sponsor1-' Ccunty Commission 7:15; : EvenIng }yor llip;
them into the contour of a be used A The appearance of Morton -Helen; McManus, Yola I Thursday night. Story Hour at Day will be observed starting ed "Calf Scramble" which will Mizell concluded his report : r'...

slope. They should Join, other ;this t material, may be made Vest )* and 'Joe and Dorothy HEAD 'I START the church and Ladies Circle. with Sunday School at 10 a. m. be held in October. Hugging with the presenting of the August 7:30.Monday, 'Aug. .12.:- ,Vacg4bn, .a.
walks drives steps and landings 'more interesting .by, changing- Kerrigan) met and fulfilled Graduating''' exercises will be 1 I I Friday Prayer Band meeting Morning .Worship at 11, Even- announced a broader; more BIP award to J. R. Bull- Bible School Monday through

at pleasing angles. The Its color texture form Attractive : -'' tMir regular stint repairing held tonight (Thursday) at 6'clook Also the pastor and congregation Ing .service, 6 p. m. encompassing. activity ta create Ington, who is the first to complete Friday 8:43: to 8:45: P. m.. ,.TWA i
walk and drive are often combined I lineforms may be books. ln< the Seuthslde Schoolca'fetorium..All will render services at wide spread involvement of a refBeing cf his store Meeting. 7:30.: 't
to save space arid avoid "achieved by using. leader Jessie Bowden grsinddabgbter Children must Greater Allen. Chapel AME MOUTIlTOlIOUTII'Mouthtomou.th. people in the program. Desire 'ront on the -West Call Street in TuesdaY 'Aug. $- 'Circle'r.:'-'
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chopping up the front lawn Into i boards of redwood or other Phyllis Morgan, four children be' .accompanied' by their par- Church at 8 p. m. All members fa, now the of the Agricultural Committee Starke. Bulungton owns and and Circle ;,3 meeting-7jSOp./,
several small areas Mc- rot-resisting woods. Even beginners and husband. Leon are ents. The buses will run. Refreshments and friends are invited to Is to have 100 persons committed operates BUlllngton's Studio m- ?'
most commonly' used artificial '"
Elwee said. I can handle the concrete visiting! from. New Jersey the for will be served. The attend. Dinners will be sold respiration In attempting for' financial support of $10 and Gift Shcp.1CI'.amber ,Wednesday.- Aug.-: .14-P"t1f-" : ::
If you're ambitious brick can I If they! pour it in small 10 days.! Leon preached Head Start program temlnated Saturday night from the kitchen revive''' drowning victims according each than ten persons at $100 Exec. VicePresident Meeting 7:30: p. m.' Churcn,
be handset and the result is a batches,..and the cost is relatively sermon at; the Stark Presbyterian August 9. ,' Sunday School at'' 9:30.: : to the State Board of each Hugglns said. Pete Novak gave a repor. Practice, 8:30.: '"'"
truly beautiful driveway, walkway low. Church last Sunday.Special : Miss Ida Mae Suggs received Morning. Service at 11 with the Health. The first Chamber of Com on' Industrial Development acitlvitles I Dentram v SumraJl :Pastor
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or patio. It may be installed Then there's always that delivery' 'letters were hen- high school diploma from I youth In charge. YPCL.; 4 p. msrce! "Calf Scramble" pre of the Chamber in the ..o"i... .
over tamped fine sand popular and inexpensive soW, sent from the Jradford County Bradford-t7nlon' Area 'Vocational m. Evening Service mission TYPEWRITERS: Manual 01Electrlo. ject was held'' in October of absence of industrial: Develop r ,AIGNS.
base which has been laid over tion to almost all paving. Ctttaens Club to-State' ; Senator Technical Center on June 28.I activity with MM.: Mary Me !: For sale 'or rent..- 19C7. It brought! the Ccunty I meat Committee Chairman an fctml*: '''I '...*
other Emory (Red!) Cress" and repre DELL-SUGGS Cloud as speaker, g Via widespread publicity! well as Buford Ml'chell. Novak report rrdh iard Tbe' Tekgn .
crushed rock or some needs asphalt. It be installed .. p. m. Bradford County Telegraph. us < \I"' ; ;:
can :
,.-.. -...... tentative dan- Shaw during ,_
material that drausa .v.u.J. : "
quIckly and used soon
of the State
the
The use of cement Is optional. thereafter. The cost of having special-session _. _. I "-'
Government last' June on I the : n
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Some of the oldest and walks mcst and asphalt Installed by a contractor new Florida State i I CotutituttonWe / .
interesting. garden is about the same as paving asked for' their. support forth .u
.
terraces in Florida were laid with concrete when the ti clause of $10.000 Homestead !8 7 P :' _

mortar.op sand Many without of them the are use still of I owner and Pourlna.For does .his own mixing Exemption personae !F
years and ''olderl be .included .
lij today.A rMLL STRENGTH
use' more information on We didn't receive :a reply from PEACH
wide range of colors and landscaping your home seethe either gentlemen. We wonder
types of brick add to the desirability .. Extension Service's newcircular why? Fu I =
of brick paving.. The 179-C entitled "Land- Next meeting will be held at COOKING+ .C PIES BLEACH ::

cost can be low if you "do it foanl"g. Florida Homes," a- the Pratt St. Recreation C n-
yourself; but the cost Is high vallable free from your CountY ter, Aug. 13 a 1 p. m. The a. nr
If the work is contracted. The I;t Agent's office or by writ-' more we meet together the OIL 8" 39

texture of the brick pattern offer lug t$: Agriculture. Unlvers'ty happier we. will e. ONLY c GALLON O '1.14?

contrast to smoother I of Florida, Gainesville. :tOOl.I : -Joe, Kerrigan .
forms of paving and It also A IAYER CHOCOLATI SUPERMARKETS ;

provides a fairly; slip-proof I yy 'y. .
surface. TOOTII DECAY ,1 kewttty CAKE .' ::

Brlok surfaces in camp locations Many Florida citle have added THERESSAVy .iA ,4f55-, Hitit' CUM mutton mm L1iI, .,;"

may become very sUp. ftourlde to their water sup ISex 'U.HfIIl ntuteti uses tutuit! uurrra tiMoikSPRINGTIME ? .
if moss Is allowed to 65'"
pery ply because the State Board OMIT Nru
these surfaces. But: Dorothy Mills -.L
grow on of Health says this reduces "
moss can be easily controlled I dental decay as much as OS I Pbone, 473-4S1S FROZEN YOUR CHOCE| IIMIT-I cons WITH ". e* MOM '001 011.1 .:
with a very weak .solution of \ -e'': : ::1 'T..,
per cent. AAA A& A .&& AAAAA.' BEANS ":
water and copper sulfate (ab BUTTER ,

I n Hope Baptist i Church a COF FEE SALE '
Sunday School, 10 a.. m.; GARDEN\ PEAS :
Morning Worship.' 11 a. m.;

JACKSON'IILLEBusiness Training Dn1on. 630 p.. m.; MIXED. CHASE AND ''''1 .'"'
Evening Worah1p. 7:15: m. '
p. ;
PEACHES FOOD FAIR u
ibc.
Wednesday, evening Prayer service > VEGETABLES S BORN, (bean T ,

7:30: p. m., with choir .
practice following Ii i the service. $*$ :
sea POIY BAOS
'
Directory : 108 were in Sunday. ''School 29oz CANS *ISanbornl- COFFEE ;
4
Sunday morning.,in the.ab 58' ( i48'

sence of Rev. Merle Packham, $100

Pastor who was on vacation ,. A
Sunday services were conducted FORH -' -'"

Auto Sales & Service MOTORCYCLES ter.by First JIm" Johnson Baptist lay Church i minis, ............................ .............................................................a.............................. A

Parriah Motors' HONDA Green Cove Springs.- ; .

Rev. and Mrs. Packham returned YQII CHOICE I I WITH 5.00 r
eAIB MONTESA this week from a weeks HALLMARK orly iun. peas, baby lima. blacky' p.." 8r.ot northern b.ontASS'T LIMITTtA4tNT ORIIR. '.
.
SERVICE MOTORS A CYCLES CO. vacation as guests of Mr. and '
( .IO
is ir2ea/ cAN
ARTS See Honda's 3 Hot MOl Mrs.. Bill Cumble and family: VEGETABLES::.. DETERGENT :
of Haines City at Franklin Motel I
4949 Blvd.
landing Franklin N. C. Rev. and DIXIE CHEF. .
Always Good Used cars: Phone 711-8244 Mrs.' Packham report a moat 1tM > I 'I I :N
Ml Laura St U8- 8M SPAGHETTI ftJSal.r./ .6/$1/ .
Ph. MOTORS a CYCLES .
enjoyable vacation; however ..... ....
4949 Blandlnr, Blvd. 771-8244 he saysthat hit. golf FYNECHILI #&
game GIANT t
BEAUTY AIIADEMY: \
49
hasn't Improved'any since last DIXIE CHEF TIDE 59 C TEX. ... :

American MUSIC year. I with beans lS -/ CANS 6.1$1. GIANT
: sox :
.O
Community"House ..... .. C I
Hairstyling Paulus Music Co. The Theressa Community .

Academy House Is open each Monday S.':, discount health ant :
Band if Btrtnff Instruments evening beginning at 7:30.: fora \ .
21 W. Monroe 3ga-9S9t Gibson Guitars A: Amplifiers recreation period to which an"'eS'\I' RtliIiWHITE beauty aids i : :i :
all community residents
regardless ,
.:School suppUImItruetlon I
RiversideHairstyling
Roberts Recorders of age, are invited. 'SLICED : -ii- I RIGHTM: : :
PERSONALS QUARTER M
Music Llbrary-Expwrt Mr. and Mrs.'' Dewey Chap.

Academy, Repair Department man and grandsons of :Miami PORK GUARD .
3659 Park St. 938-853 41 W. Monroe 855-8447 visited her uncles Cleveland a I .' .
1
Modem Styling:, and Marion Sullivan and farrfilles SPRAY DEOD flAN 4

Qualified Instructors PIANOS oh Saturday enroute to a LOIN, A AA
Accredited VA Approved vacation' ''In Georgia with Mr. 39c AM
Day or Night Classes For Musical Advice Chapman's relatives. On Sunday CHOPS :::' i M

Mr. and Mrs.-Jasper Bennett H79'3ac t
ELECTRIC MOTORS ,
C. CARTER MCR of.Clearwater .visited his

sister and! brother-in-law :Mr. -'
Brothers '- '" '
Peavy and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan
Electric Co. l ., on their way. to a two-week 6 8 C ANTISEPTIC 1'-.
.r 'W .. ., .. .
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.ELKCTHIC MOTORS&ddServicedRepaired ''' vacation in N. C. ,. 1... Rif 69c'l
Chickening and Other Mrs. Marie -Taylor of Gainesville B _".'):;'': SAVe .IK :
Miss .and '
Susan .Taylor
Generators-StarteraArmataro Name Brand Pianos f'
Rw1mlln KEUBALL "SWINGER" Mrs. L. ,X., Chide were in Orlando e :
last'' Tuesday. Thursday t .
4044 Lenox
< : 887-2028
ORGANS guests of Mr. and Mrs. Child? i 1 CALIFORNIA o III ,
MATERNITY WEAR Roosevelt Mall 888MIISEW were his grandsons Tommy \ '4'' % LAROI HEAD rI
I
Holton and family of Ft. I
G CENTER Pierce. I I'CEBURG :

Mrs. Don Zelgler of Melrose
a
P I visited! Mr. and Mrs. Percy LETTUCE :' :

H.&N. Sullivan Jt, Friday afternoon, a sAvcGROUND .

Mr. and'Mrs.. Billy Hall recently -

qn4a-task SEWING CENTER visited her parents Mr 2/37/ .J sB
and Mrs. A. S. Rollins and her usoA ..
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Console Model makes fancy designs
sister and brother-in-law Mr,
"jAcksonvllle's" :Most Complete stitches, monograms and Mrs. L. A. Thornton and CHOICE 1AHOI JUICY CA&IPO.N'ALEMONS .
E F -
Shop for Moth.r-tG-Be overcasts, sews on buttons, family at La Grange Oa. E .. :
make button holes ,* blind Mrs. Hall's, niece and nephew
JUDY'SMATERNALANE lUtchea. ,No attachment. -. Susan and ;Freddle Thornton 12 I
Demonstrators $18 or $6 per came back'' with them i stnd' re 5 FOR 3g C :
lbs SAVE 11< La..CENTERCUTc ..
mo. Call Jax 771-1850 turned to their home Sunday 0
1007 Park St. M5- 015 LAIOI .
after spending a week with the RIB ROAST l: IVI SWISSCHEESE A.K '.
MOTORCYCLES I Halls at, Fort Matanzas.. i U.S. NO. 1 WHITE :

WESTERN STORE Mr., add Mrs. J. D. Phillips' 1.99CHOICE 98 t : f ncia. e POTATOES ,10 LB ,59 .., ,,It :

Triumph two oldest 4 grandsons James &I' : CHUNK;, 79* ..........., ..
of ,,1"
Of and Joseph Phillips Opa
LITTLE DUDE Locka., returned to their home
JacksonvilleYAMAHA In Miami Sunday after* a ten-
TRIUMPH Western, StoreOCo day visit bere.. Vteltlng Mr. "BIG'S' M SMOKEDo

: To 600co Western Clothing Leather and Mrs; -Phillips this -week tJ

Veal Vain,Motorcycle- Part. -In Bervfca Stock foodo. Saddle and TrailersCharles are their cons and families. 1 1L
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Phil
& Sharon Petty
4228 Phillips Ilwy U. 8. I &
Jacksonville 839-7249 1 1902 8. Edcvwood 884-1210 lips and James m of Opa t
Locka; Mr.:J:and Mrs. Joseph

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4t3eoHee Pare 5i >shIDVORD ixnnirrv TKUXIKAIW. .UTARKK. rLORm /'rIf' lSDAY. AUGUST 1L lISt

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"'''IR The ronn r. "."or"-" Covrlor .' ,, ,
",..lfu." r'D.. "in Pr."Bjte No. 1-1O4O
In Rni Estate. of freemanTlnfltlRter.
Sr. Doce",.". vE
'Notion Of FIIIIlIf'.Petition For
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4
'Finn. .] Dlsrhnrfte. T L.Ar
Notice I I" hereby Riven thai >
f have' riled ,my final. l return. J. /
"und Report and Petition or final for':DUtrlbutlnn Finn.::: -) i

DliKharg-e" a* Executor'. of theMatate
: of Freeman R."llIt.r.8r. ,
., deceased: and that I have.
filed mv Final. Return and Report
of Partial Distribution. A
and that o-n I September. lotl1'J06S r I
at 2:00: P M., I will apply
to the Honorable Theron
A. Yawn, County ,Jurist of|
Bradford County. Fmrlda for 8'a
approval. thereof and for Final I
U'.chltrlf"' a a ISxorutor: of the
Will) of Freeman Regteter l. Sr.. Thot's right! No Need to Ask for this extra servic.J. With our new Double Wall -Double'

.jdnrAAsedThla SFreemen Annual. Register 6th 1JI68., Jr. I \ Strength bogs, your groceries are automotico.lly In DOUBLE BAGS! I 1/:

fHRKMAV EXECUTOR" REGISTER.: JR. 6 l So if you should think that you're' only getting\ons bag, remember they are double walled

2RL 8-2:! O STOats and twice as strong as they look Then look agairtpnd you'll see THEY ARE DOUBLE BAGGED!

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COUNTY JVDO :'e '''COVRT. 2-Roll Pkg. DELSEY BATHROOM "
IM A\0 VOHBRADFORD .

In FLORIDA re: Eet.te'of COUNTY: i

SAMUEL. J. T. GRADY, a-k-a t iy 1 57i.1
"RBV.NOTICE a. J. TO GRADY CREDITORS, deceased. USi SU.E i :

'All creditor. of Samuel J. T.
'Grady, a-k-a Rev 8 J. Grady O .ou.
'"."Who. died on September. 27. 19efwhile

Summit a County resident Ohio of Barbtrton.are notified 1A k., 'j 1-Lb. Limit 1 Coffee of f Your Choice with '.OOwMo" Purchase Excluding Cigarettes.O .
that they. are required to e s
file any claim- or demands. that :
they may have against MaBatate
In the office of the coon
County Judge of Bradford FI ')
.County Florida In the courtihouse / '
at Btarke Florida., with. 9
InIx calendar months from / '
the date of the first publication O O t1Lb. .
of this notice. Each claim.
ior, demand must he In wrltlr.it Con FOLGERS Limit I Coffee of Your Choicer with $5.00 or More Purchase Excluding tia'areHe
and filed In duplicate, and must
,state the place of residence. and t4
poet office nddreaa of the
claimant and be sworn by the
:::
claimant, hi* agent or hi* .at 0 / 1LL4 k
,'torney or It will become voleaccording
: to law. t
Dated. July 15 1888.
Will F. Sulb I
Resident. for Agent the andAttorney L A A ,___ '
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,,. Ancillary Executor Giant WHITE & BLUE ARROWDETERGENT
Thomas A Pierce.
Attorneva -
P. O. Drawer. 1030 -

Starke.First, publication!Fla on the 5th
day of July.- A. D. 19B5. 41

Attorney Will ft F. Sui b'MI 8-15 I [



TRIO' HAIHP8JIIHH1 HTATH, OFNKW 12.... CHK CANNED All FLAVORS INCLUDING FRESHr 21>>-... ARROW SPRAY 20-ox RUNT'S' '''t. p A6-et.THRIFTY MAID fRUIT ,;' f.R.39' /:I

6TRAFFORn- SUPERIOR. 88. COURT rinks.iO/79' 'St rth.; at.sup..3/I. rinks..4/.J
February 161 :
In the matter oi iml'lb fordivorce ; .,. ._. .

, now pending and. other In the relief superior whletila ie-i.. TROp'lCAl STRAWIIRRT :31-ot LILAC LIQUID oj* f, 13-oi. REISI PEANUT BUHER CUPS No. 303 Can DEL MONTI CREAM STYLI "

court on file, the.for In said original ouch county.court of' of and whloh Stratford mar la Preserves. 39* Detergent 3/$1. Can 49* W.EC. Corn ((5/$ _
y.
be examined by interested. par. .,. . . . : : .
lied' the title of the case being { ,L
an followi I [ t to'lXl HIT SIIFRISINOsSeoLL BKIQUITTES 'tSMtntrtjf BIO Roll ARROW PAPER No. 3O3 Can WHITE ACRIW/SNAPS %\

Rs, Lawrence Haley: Sr'.. ., ( : ;
Shirley HaleyIt : :5HNURN Charcod 20 89 Towels 4/$1 Peas. /$
appearing, that the. reel- :9AG : . . . ;
.
dance of the Itbelee I I..unknown. .
It I'e ordered. that the. ltbelantgive ',... Can SLICK 1
to county be notice at holden of the. to Stratford superior at the Dover llhvles court,on In to.next said appear the oar -Ale..79, Dog) Food J2/Io Applesauce 6/LBeiiiis..v. .5/$1.- :

first Tuesday of September, Llmit26-Pk.wIS;or more. pu/t'hdw .xcludlrq cigar.ttel. 1 .
UI8. then and there to. show. __ 1 '.
sauce If any there be, why the .
prayers of eald libel should not 4
be granted by causing a true
.
a.d attested ropy of thla citation 1. HORMEL. Plus '
.and order of notice to be ry ,

Telegraph published In n newspaper Bradford printed County. I

at Ptarkr, Florida In the county 1 1 1 1' 1l o8116mH ins
of Brndfmd. It being a new- : Cure 139

faperipuhliffhed,, .t.or of neareat rcn'oVixe ':- '

of the lltxte'e I : .In thin S
grate once each week for three \
.
weeks successively the last A r
publication to be at leant fourteen l
day prior to the return .
. _
ay.It I* further ordered 'that USDA CHOICI W-D BRAND CORN *ID r .
the. clerk. ahall lend. by rrgdtt W
reil mall with request foa
return receipt, a oopv ..r. the S.TEAKS..LIO'
libel'and order attested by him. :
within seven days after. filing.to ,
.the. llbelee at the last known 't'
poatofflce address. and t.. ther"IILUv" USDA CORN *(D
or friend aa stated. In 1e

the. libel.Attvitt Richard K. Xu,.. e Y" AST. 69
t1.
Clerk. / .
Alfred Catalfo Require': e .
Ally for Llhelant. aV W-D BRAND STEP
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Dover. New Hampahlra 1 t
..The foregoing la a true copy
'v>f. citation and order. fox pub
lication. TT : ..49
Attest: Richard H lOefe.. Clerk. '
Richard H. Keefe. o.oseoo.SHORT oWD
7-25 at 1-1. BRAND. PLATE '.


:The Board NOTICE of! County Comtnlselonera BEEF STEW. 3 as. 99

bias for.one will new receive motor. grader sealed. .

to be opened. August 14, 1VS
1.. 1-I". GOOD LUCK( Urn" .
" 10-00: a. m. .at the Courthouse )
In Starke,' Florida. h'<
Motor Grader must have at 0. ..'. MargarJ.Q
least 125 flywheel horsepower I I.I 4L..J.
.I ,oyllnd..r 460 cubic Inch dis SUPERBRAND SHERBET OR

tt3tnotdl{ : les* englae than 23.500 and ...;.. .. .
pounds Grader shall bo equipped .iXr A ICE'-CRE-'A M
with direct electrlo atartln il i 1d7
-, dry type air cleaner tootoperated I I
accelerator. Accelerator ....(MIWWAN GREEN*, -STAMPS_.......... :, 4'IouR 1
electrlo hour meter rain ....
actuated Y. Ixa.. :
steering cap hydraullcatly and brakes, enclosed. 1 Q';( eras .000 LIICIC HALF ,
operator cab with! safety glasa.II 1 ....... Margarine : GALLON 59
foot hydraullcally shirtablernoldboard 1 woo TNeu AU tl !4r!
,
either hydraulic" I ormeehanlcai ..4... .... ,.. ... EA
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:: I type control, either ..... .............' ..w.........4

power master. ahlft clutch or having with direct Independent oil cooled.drletrinamlaolon .. .. ..................... .....-.........................

pressure. lubrication "system EXTRA. : :
and featuring at least 8 forward I I EX..A
. and 2 reverse. speeds. and dT! GREEN STAMPS : I JfM. GREEN STAMPS 1,
1400 x 24 10 ply tube. type tire. wm recs.M w-w 4r xw- ..... -- -.
Shown" aa option will be V type. bus IRS. : pou ia:ox, CAN i QUANTITY RIGHTS' r
carlfler. ws'Race LUH : Tell TOP 1 RESERVED!
The. Board will I of take County Into Commlaalonera consideration ; aster ,. Ground Beef ://1 4 Apple Juic : PRICES' GOOD THRU ,. j e"t +

the total cost bidand I Iii 000 THRU AU.. II ; .[ : .000 THP.U ua. II : AUGUST 11 1', *
the. full two year warranty _._._ ... ....,_. cress...n.-. :,." 11I14 .._..._ _... 1 W'N"' ..'.'. "0"". lee '"
bid .' -... I!! ..,-....- .-..... .. ...t I CO..HT-, ..... A 1 e
Successful bidder will paint .. '

the Bradford and County No. 81 Road on. each Department I 411 GREEN. .STAMPS, : I I EXTRA : ? 0
aide of the machine ;: GREEN:!.STAMPS i
Charles A. Darby !.II. TWO '.o*. p"ea. : .. i !;.
Charles A. Darby' 1 I'I OLD "''He.; PK ( PACK I 4
Clerk to Board : Onion W O SHANOStaokcne [I
l-t 2t 1.8 ::. \: Ring, : : I'I } 1
: MOOD THRU AUO II : .-. THRU -'. II : t (
"_'_"W_ "' ; I I" ......,..., .. t
STARKEBUSINESS ..... .. .. .. .. .. ............ ...... .-.-. .. 1 a Ne, iI

.'I,. I I EX..R :. EX.TRA. : .
d}( GREEN STAMPS I I .I'/( GREEN STAMPS : 1'4.''{ ". Poly log SHOISTRINO FRINCH FRY

::: :: : w, ;:: ;r-w- FRESH FIRM HEADS MOUNTAIN GROWN
; '+., u RHOrmetA.TFto AT Two ,.. A OR .A. .i"
.. ... ..
Potatoes
Q,. O. .IIN WN. f1 I0 ,
''I/ DIRECTORYAUTO -r t II r.tpA Cut.Up Fryers : CABBAGE 2 HEADS 29,'I..

S--7- ". ".... ,-,... "..eeoo. .THRU, ...Aua.,: II :i ..... LI.n's..IGULAII. 1IMIADI OR PINK 0 0 0 0 0
"'..".''L.- .... .........-.--.. ....... .-......... .....'......- ,

SERVICE EXTRA. : ErRA.. L em on"d e 9/$1 LAROI.IIISHSTAIICS & .

Gilbert..S. Brown ..).( GRCEN STAMPS :1111 d7l GREEN" STAMPS ; CELERY 2 39.
II' ---- wl-ww 7-lk.. Pkg. TASTI O' PERCH STALKS ,
Btaadard Oil'Service) SUtloa g1.O0woNTN Jj: ;, . . . .
.0 orBlack.CN.II.' '
ATlAS
I Candy' StCIIKS 99'PANCY
1TBE8!: BATTERIES: RLS: Ito 000 TMHU AU*. ;II I .OOO THU Pepper AU*. II 1C ; e R R R GOLDEN BANTAM Soled Size. IASKET

Dodges Term -Bo** Service .. ...........:: "':::...w :Ii L "al .. ..... .., ; MORTON'S'APPLE, PEACH
:::,. ... '- OH COCONUT FRUIT
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phone 964-7071 -........ ... .. .. ..... .. Corn to
1 0 69 Tomatoes 29 .
ce 7 K. TeaoptoHURST'S M&rtrtI I XTRGX lR IRJwa Pies 3/n$ 1. EARS .

JfH:!<< GREEN c STAMPS---...- ::1 ,AH, GREEN STAMPS R e o R o . .

: : *m MWHMtB[ l l0 tttimm.M*T.N.T.- -WON I ..... SINOISTON'S...BUY ONI GET ONI FREfl Half 0.1. THRIFTY. MAID(IO-CAL) ORANGE U.S. No.1 YELLOW


Gag .SII Olla ELLService-Station Lubrication' I' &,n ::tl:Aluminum OOD rrN[) THau!e" ALCOA AU*Foil*. II' t r x Z!( *.ooo.,Ant.aOAEM rxau.._a f. 1 Shr mpCreoBe Drink 3/$1.1 Onions 3 :l1AG: 39 ,


Goodyear Tires. AB *tK>r*l .m.u., ...........,...................... C.
ROAD BEBVICB

801 and 100 Startle
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