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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 15, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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MondaySheriff bonds Hoard totaling of Education $175- Vote SetOn Self Help 1 i iIs

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budget.appeal is set to be schools were sold Friday i
/ Touted
Ausr. 9, in Tallahassee, arivinjr -
heard Monday. AUjr. 19. at Supt. Tom CUBB .
9 p.m. in Senate Room 31 building and renovation Casey's
in the Capital Building in shot in the
program a arm.
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Tallahassee by the Boardof The bonds were purchasedby In Talks"It
Appeals of County Of- ;a
William R. Hough and Co.
ficers Budgets so Brad. of St. Petersburg at 4.338 per BoardAreas
ford County Clerk Charles
cent interest for 21 year. Con- is mv aim to get you
Darby was notified this $ tracts can be let as soon as to know what part you play

week.The case of the sheriff's demands mt1t t, e the bond are sold, accordingto in Bradford, Un in the community. We can
Harry Dean administrator ion and Baker Counties blend our voices together
to .. .
squeeze more .
money
from under the County Commission's 4 le, i ii' of capital and debt service in will soon be visited by mobile 1 ---- and they will be heard"
.k '' Supt Floyd Christian's officeIn voting boxes to enable Herman Johnson, memberof
W. Ii.
cutting knife lies exactlywhere (Billy) Noegel
dt .was left last Wednesday the capltol. residents to cast ballots on the local NAACP chapter -
Aug. 7, when the Board Dean said Wednesday Supt. persons to represent themon told those attending a
turned down a $10.864 compromise .;l\\ Tom Casey had been notified the Economic Agency in Race Set Community Action meeting -
of the sale by telegram Mon.
figure. The Board met each county.: for Bradford County
day but Casey Is on vacationand Three persons were nominated Wednesday nisrht.
:with the sheriff and Bill Sulli
van of Thomas and Pierce and Sidewalk Work ResumesWork not available for com (five will be elected from Held in the New Bethel Bap.
Carlyle Aualey. administrative ment. among the poor) at a Com list Church in the Reno sec
aide and field from The bonds bad failed to sell munity Action meeting held For CityCouncil tion of Starke the meeting at-
supervisor wait resumed this week on the $11,000 Orange and) Washington Strrrt sidewalks. will
the office of the state comptrol in June, where they were first last night at the New Bethel tracted approximately 30 Ne-
:]:Int tlly-county-school board Sidewalk protect be used by students going to BUS!, the vo-lech offered because of Interest rate Baptist Church In the Reno roes and Caucasians. Purposeof
ler.Sullivan started several weeks ao at the prodding of limitation and a tight money section of Starke. Persons at the meeting, sponsored by
said last week after renter. the new middle school, and Starke Ele \
the meeting that the !Appeal City Councilman Nell Tucker market. the meeting were confident of CUBB Economic Agency, was
traveled by
Road Is
Board In (Tallahassee will prob- Concrete was poured Tuesday on Washington mentary. Colley heavily Renovations! at Bradford getting other nominations.In two-fold: to have various
ably make a decision Monday. Street on the north side of Bradford High School walkers going to Southslde Elementary High School are planned with Bradford County the mobile speakers Inform the poor now

The sheriff originally asked and Its athletic complex. Sidewalks will also be Tucker Utilities Supt. Oscar Davis, and Street the major portion of the SBE unit will be traveling on Competition developed they can help themselves. and
for $1J13) ;N8. The County Com- poured on Orange Street In west Starke and Col- bonds according to previous Saturday, Aug. 17 and will visit yesterday morning in the to nominate persons from
mission approved only a five ley Road In east Stsrke. Goal Is, according to Supt.. S. R. Hicks watch the Washington. Street statements from Supt. Tom Starke, Lawtey, Hampton. upcoming Sept 10 city among the poor to be on the
per cent .Increase of $4,418 over Tucker to finish all three street' before school job adjacent to the BUS stadium TueNday. I Casey. Some cf the funds may and Brooker. Any member of election when car dealer- board of directors of Bradford
the sheriff's' 1967-68 .budget of also have to be spent in finishing the Target Area Population 14 restaurant!' owner W II. Members
begins In
$88.362. bringing the total up to September. the new middle school. years or older will be able to (Billy) Noesrel $92,972. Priority projects named at vote.Nominated freshman Councilman chosen to serve on the boardof
The compromise budget offered EHS for the coming year were at last night's P. T. Nolin. an edu- directors of CUBB (Clay,
last week by .the sheriff Improved lighting, and climate meeting were Thelma Dixon, cator. Union, Bradford Baker).
would have totaled $103,644. New Constitution Power Plant control in the existing BBS Susie Hampton)( and Elaine Lee, Noegel qualified( Wednesdayabout Continuing Johnson stressed I
Attempts to reach a compromise auditorium to outfit for large all from Starke. Of the five to-( 10:30: a. m., according ,to that they should think before
agreement during the week class and testing situations. be elected, three must be from City Clerk Merrill Edwards to they mark their ballot; they
came to nothing. Commission: ) Hits PeakAn Equal: priority was given additional Starke. one from Lawtey and 'make his third: try In three should vote their convictions. '
Chairman Dave Shuford: reported kitchen and serving one from Hampton.The years for a council seat. "If somebody comes and offers .
yesterday that the dispute\ Would Strengthen equipment in the' BHS cafe- Community Action meet- Nolin 'won his seat last year.Jjeayj to buy your vote, remember.
stands as left last week.' : all-time peak load of 4. 4ngvln, gnloacounty.i. l ache"dued -. .a g..NaeBeX 58.votes( ia-e-nm. ." .he warned, "this is the ....
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,... SlJerUt_.2a4d1sb'.D; 4o.threeI ; -UUL i- in nf"nurnimiu i ;;r .|, 7'-J" '.75' kilowatWlouI"S''W'U'1'etlt'hf'd'' : al'ger'load- next year with the ( for 8 p. m. Aug. 20 in and tuck second primary race. only thing you have.: Your vote
I of his staff members :will attend at the Starke power plant last middle school students. the Union County Courthouse !Final count was Noun 606 Noe is sacred."
the hearing !Monday. The week, according to Utilities in Lake Butler. Voting will be gel 551. "They can't tell your vote I
Plans for a $750.000 renovation -
Local
entire county commission plans GovernmentStating SUl>t. Oscar Davis. of BBS were presented to/ on Aug. 24. Councilman. Neil Tucker; also from !the President's" he said.
to make the trip Chairman The peak was remarkable because the School Board March 26 by These meetings are sponsored !up tor re-election this year, won "I've been In politics a longtime /
I Shuford reported Wednesday engineers Reynolds. Architect Don Morgan with by CUBE (Clay, Union, Ills seat in 19G6 /by' defeating and I'm only 23," Johnson .
Both plan to arrive In Smith, and Hills of Jacksonville, continued. But in
groups Bradford, Baker) Economic Noegel in a close race. $61o 26. I was
the to be done the
work
1 Tallahassee early.enough Monday that it opens the way for counties to govern predicted two years ago the over Agency and have a dual pur Chairman, Orb Wiggins! completing politics when I was riding a
morning to sit in on several themselves, State Rep. Gene Shaw of Starke is high in plant would reach 4,375 KW or next several years. When the pose-to place names in nom- 10 years (service dat- bicycle. If a man gave me a
SBE failed to sell in
other hearings scheduled before praise of the new local government article in Florida's exactly what it reached last June, however bonds even the audi- ination and to give people In ing ,bock .to he 40's la the t third dollar to work for him I knew
the' Bradford case Union County: ) proposed new constitution. week. the target areas an opportunity councilman up for re-election. he was the wrong man. If he'll
I' Sheriff John Whitehead Is also "Basically, counties In FlorIda At that time the load would torium and cafeteria work to hear elected officials and Wiggins however was. admitted buy' me, he'll sell me" J
appealing his :budget and the have been hamstrung," (Continued on Page, Four) [Continued on Page Fourl other 'representatives of the to the Bradfprd. County Pointing hi finger at )hits
1 the people Shaw says. "U this
hearing is scheduled for 11 a. Shaw Inform them how audience, Johnson said: "You
Rep. bluntly states. Presently article Is adopted it will be a community Hospital,MoodajwMAHWf?;12.,;'after
m. Monday he points! out. Bradford great achievement toward this they can help themselves. a kidney stone attack. can help get rid of poverty in
residents, aa would those in end." according to the Bradford + (Herman Johnson a speakerat His family reported late Wednesday Bradford County. First, he
MAYOR'S COURTMayor any county, would have to push legislator the Starke meeting asked ..that Wiggins ia feeling aid, go look for a Job.
a "local" bill through the The Telegraph to ;remind peo- fine now ,but faces tests to determine "No skills? "I'm happy to
Carl Hurst heard 10 Florida Legislature before any Rep. Shaw. also pqjntiuoutMkthat..th ple that if they serve on these how. the.stones in his say we have a fine votechcen-
cases In Starke Mayor's Court ordinance could _beconieftoo. ) .- 'LegtolflturefttUl can k 1 '' boards they cannot be employed kidney /will foetreated1.No, date ter where you can get skills-
Tuesday night: ..then ', exert control over counties by 3 by CUBB. If they are elected for his release-has been (given' It only costs $3." Or, he urged
Walter Elirta Regan unlawful -' Right now. Clay County passing either special or gen- and later want to work in Wiggins; Tucker, and Noun them to enroll\ In adult educa-
I -peed: find U7.50.: wishes to purchase the old eral law that would give or a CUBB program, they could qualified last Tuesday, Aug.. 8, tion classes and get a high
:; Gerald Travis Silcox running Dunbar School now closed withhold certain powers from resign! at that time.) for re-election. :v: school education If they lack
stop sign, fined $6.50 court for county use. But the county counties. Such laws Shaw says W. R. Heney, CUBB execu- Noun a l lAng-Hina Bradford this."You
cost has no authority to enter Into could run the gamut from the [Continued On Page Six] [Continued on, Page Pour] need an education, a
Rudolph Henry Bryan, driving such a transaction and is having completely restr'ctlve: '! to comrl klll so you'll have somethingto
while intoxicated, fined to wait until the legislature te self-government for coun- bargain with," he concluded. -

$37.50. meets to secure the authority ties.But For Improvements .
Leonard Alexander Cummings through a local bill. he continues, the proposed Carl Darden of Keystone
unlawful speed, license But the new constitution, constitution was ad'"tadby Heights told the group that
suspended for 30 days which: goes before the state's a majority of the membersof there is "no tragic: formula
Leroy Thomas Jr., disobeyed electorate this November 5, the Legislature and that ma- School Fund Use f .. traffic signal, fined 1250. states in a. new provision-Sec jority feels that local govern possibly to be born rich."
I Jerry Spencer Colby, failure tlon F of Article 8, on local ment should be extended more : He then explained that he
I to have vehicle under control, government: powers of self det rmlnatl:>n. .. knew about poverty first handas
fined $6.50 court costs. "Counties not operating un- He also points out that some J 1rt' hfeo family was, very poor.
Willie Edward McCullum, der county charters shall have legUlotors are fighting the new I4; I Okayed By StateBradford "I was three years old when I
reckles*'. driving, fined $6.50 such power of government constitution! with major objection lr got my first pair of shoes. I
cnurt: costs. A as is provided by 'general or to the local government r i can well remember both of my
,
1' 'Nathan Raulerson. failure to special law. The board of article. i, parents working 48 hours a
County has received official approval of its
1 yield right-of-way and causing county commissioners of a "Some (legislators! ) want to week and the two of them receiving -
1 1 an accident fined $6.50 court county not operating der a give up such power" as they request for $345,000 for its educational improvement $14 a week."

1 costs. charter' may enact in a man now exert over the fate of nrosrram.ATh However, he said, the children
I ner prescribed by general law, counties. Rep. Shaw states. Patronage request was turned down the University for brief periods were clothed and fed
county ordinances not Incon- he says Is still a big when! It was first submitted on of study. Total cost of this aspect and his parents! insisted upona
I Help Send sistent with general or special thing with many politicians ai June 4 but when some 17 pagesof of the program. will be $51- high school education.
law but an ordinance in con I[something they want to con ) detail 'were added (spellingout 086. Since graduation from high
An Underprivileged flict not to be effective within tinue to wield over the voters specifically what the Board Given second priority was the school about 18 years ago.
1 I. Boy or Girt the municipality to the extent that elect them.Emphatically /i verbal planned to do with the money), hiring of four curriculum coordinators Darden has managed 'to get
t 01. such conflict." stressed by / approval was given. at $12,270( each. This three years of college and
TaSalvation Rep. Shaw highly touts that Rep. Shaw Is the fact that it Official approval came Mon- will total 52080. now has a good Job with more
I' section of the new document, has: become impossible for legislators day from State !School Supt. Third on the priority list was than 20( men working under
I which he says gives the coun with the greatly Increased $ Floyd' Christian, Apparently the the hiring of paraprofessional
1 1i4t
Army ties the chance to stand on volume of local bills, program was revised even before personnel. This will include 27 him.What does he look for in a
Summer their own two feet. to be aware of what each bill being!: submitted to the teacher aides ((200 days at $14)) worker?- someone who Is dependable
Camp "That is the big thing, that's from each county contains. state.. (Supt. Tom Casey and for $80,1>00 and eight secretaries ) ; someone who will
Bedford LakeIf truly important," Shaw states. Yet each leglsltod must vote ? most of his staff are on vacation for $28.600. Total cost ot .this work when he gets! there;
Another new provision Sec on each bill, Shaw points out. and unavailable for ques part of the program will ,be someone who takes pride in
tion O Article 8, would allow\ ( An example used by Shawto Honing). It ,was some of these 109200. his work; some "who wants to
you would like to support counties, upon a vote of treld point up the fact Is a 40- revisions that drew 40 parents Fourth on the list was equipment get ahead-who wants my Job
this worthwhile residents, to operate under a year cable TV franchise grantto New Street SignsNew and teachers to the Bradford materials and maintenance and will work hard to get it."
charter govenment. Section O a former leglsator In another School Eoard's' budget meeting of equipment for $6448. Explaining how The Telegraph -
project contact County states: county. Shaw :said legs! on July 31 At that meeting/ the (The figures/ which include could assist the poor
Judge T. A. Yawn or "Counties operating under latora were not aware of what street signs and markers of the modern type! that reflect visitors fired questions at Sppt. salaries also Include money to people was Linda Staab Telegraph
any member of the county charters shall have all\ they were voting on. light and can be read even at night! are replacing old concrete Casey and zeroed In on two aspects go into the retirement fund.) reporter. She said, .A

.Starke Rotary Club. powers of local selfgovernment There are other changes In markers on Walnut, Cherry, Washington, Adklnx. Bridge, and: of the educational im- In the application the Bradford newspaper's Job is to make
not Inconslatent with the local government article tn Church Streets In the city. provement program Board had to explain the people aware of what goes on
general, law or with special the proposed constitution' such They questioned the reason. need for these in this
The CommunityState Streets Supt. S. R. Hicks and Fire Department Louis Mann In. proems In their!! communities reportthe
law approved; by vote of the as deleting the office of county lag behind cutting the numberof county. Giving stall develop- activities, the problems,
of Walnut and Jackson
stall of the signs at the corner Streets
electors. The governing 'body surveyor from the county officers one teachers' aides. from 36 to 27 ment first priority the application the opportunities. The Telegraph
Bank of a county operating under a listed in Seclon D. Wednesday morning. They are being erected with. the LOW budgeted and the effectiveness of the four explained In part) : "Many will attempt to report.
: charter may enact county or- Copies of the proposed constitution by the City Council: for the job this year. new curriculum coordinators teachers have Miater'a. degrees your meetings and activities.
Account now Ia:. and! dinances not Inconsistent with along with a section Mann IK making the signs and erecting them as an. extra Job on called for in the program. and several years erperience. your needs and desires. Come

j up to 115,000 by general law. The charter shall by section analysis can now be the time off from the Fire Department. The signs! .are made on a According to the application However, the majority of see us. call us, write Us and
provide which' snail\ prevail In obtained from Rep. !Shaw or machine owned by the city. form, the money will ,be spent the professional staff is lackingIn we will attempt ,to help you\
Federal Deposit Inoranc the'event 01'conflict between by writing the Secretary of the Eventually (the city will be covered by the new type signs thddon't IU follows: Staff developmentwas the knowledge of) improved make your voices heard in the
county and municipal) ordinan Senate or the Clerk of the given first priority. This teaching techniques and in .the community."
fade out like the old painted concrete ones. The City Council .
Corp. ces." House the Capitol TaUhassee, .will include such activities as use of instructional media.*' Dr. D. W Whlffen presidentof ;
That government which govern Fla. 32304. plans to budget lund for part of the job each year until It U workshops, curriculum development Citing the need foci the addt- the Bradford County Cham-

best U the one closest to finished and sending 26 teachers to( (Continued on Page Four) (Continued on Page Four)


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of Mr and Mrs Ai dFt 11I1S01\\. Illlld. Hi J.III' I I'. J\I. I Will "I" in I ii I IjHliilf1. of cause If any you can.
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,Sgt. and Mrs J.'iJV.t! A, Gayvfp l, Hiadioid, County. t 1.'I!>!'lch.. tllr1I1'I.rltv..1 TinHtnic NOIUIIIUHHIIO. "' ,ol' Ylurubllo. ,. all not. .,"10 lid revoked heon I \ A. YimnCOONTT .
and son vlsltO i.Vtlve l inqhlefland To Civitansi lliutbof.. and for Flnnlrlnu'Itarge .in. the oittiu : JliiitJK"
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Phone 964.7608 \ of Startle and fM, ill U1l.rle. ', constitution concerning Rep. Eugene proposed: Shaw / freeman' IIIa1JIYa'l'il.Hi':wlnt'-r: ., JKUXL.UUTUII .IrKIIICICVIAV : 'I I'1'xl,ll.nlrnI .nt, said tcproliatn,ill"'i dnt IIIIHiii In /' & (( $3'Atlol'oyx
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visiingltd! l AD9,, 'lutrf' lfR\ I 8/8 rchv ?niumandedwithin ,, ., !stnrke!| Fla. i
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The descendants of Roman Mr. ahd Mrs. George questions following his speech ore .i 4t .
Wells at Fort til1l\tn this rnlciiil.ir\ nionthn t l 7-85 ,1.
and 1M0WeAlvarez'/ held a family Brown had as weekend w.\\ Kftftf I : 1 Tuesday morning An?. 13. ('<>!'\'IY' Jl lll.H-H III" "II'1'. BX! ,

reunion Sunday at the home Mr. and Mrs. John Stoner. week. Mr. and 1:t\1'(\ Alen Con.; Ii his :;1ccch, Rep. Shaw was,, \ _._- _. .- -- .

of Mr. and JMrs.! O. R. Alvarez Fort Worth Texas, Miss Rose ner .of Orlando\P9 r\ Hspent> al ,,1 Ce in a sense dbat'ng' the ., 4/",. 6'

Jr. ,Approximately 85 guests en- Heller .of Clearwater and Mr. McRaes the have \app: 'iek heat a family* t1l; : char<{tes made by those oppose; :1 s4.,..a...#yten;..#,e..a..exs... //-i '. . . "" 1 '
joyed a..p'lcnlp!. dinner) on the and ''Mr. :Tom Stoner and Mr. \ / ( to the new constitution, J. E. f"1 -=-- 'I
lawn at noon. and Mr. Larry Stoner of Ocala. Fort Waltcu! \P0hWednea 'Tcmlinson, dab member: told [, /J). ...+ =
Mr. and Mrs Don Ray TUley Mrs. Gladys Canova of Gainesville day to Sunday. The Telegraph I ::i .uk : 1
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of Jacksonville were visitingher is moving Into the F F. { According; to Tomlinson, Rep < .: Leave

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Stump home .on N. Walnut street ''her making son an-ln-larr exPdQJ\, visit daughter with!. !Shaw acid that the legislaturepassed \ 1..)..4...rM.o'M,........-.., ..............."' .yy SummerDays:4 .lI.* .. ,*. Jackson on Sunday. this weekend, which she has the'new' constitution ban y ing These Hot
Mr. and {@ating, in
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Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman purchased. "overwhelming majority"but I
Jr. and children and Miss Helen Sarah and Paul Winters of Miami New Orleans, rfa those who voted against 1 II t .
Crow of Jacksonville were weekend are .visiting Dr, and Mrs. Mrs. Corine \\V V"JI\ tit Gainesville are now going to the voters to The pleasant, relaxing atmosphere is in keeping with our trujyJjlicioii3Meals. ,| ,

guests of Mrs. E. L. Crawford H. G. Bolllnger and. family this and Mrs" A A tllyue1d of try ,to get them to vote it down. :
:' '*: ....- ,week. Lake Harbor rAda1 l vlsU \" 1st. The voters will ''be able to I.'II I.
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tors of Mr. make their decision 0'1:1. a
Mrs. Maria. Siemer underwent Miss Anna Barclay of Greenville at the. gen : t
surgery Tuesday In St. Luke', is visiting Miss Babble. Sue ; long.Mr. '*I eral election on Nov. 5. Whether it's a Family Affair, Din- j; I i
and Mf Ju.CjISOn .
Hospital:,. Barksdale this week. I f:( riJ ,;-' 'J'" Rep. Shaw was iiiLroduecd, alI ... .
Valerie Laura and Craig and daughter''f'lI\ ttJl1j Mts.Jackson's o ner for Two or a Business Engagement ;
Mr. and'Mrs.( J. IB, Chastecnandliim2y'wexevistling '. a.td M.'S. the Tuesday meeting by the
Brown of ilacclenny spent the paret34\, \ Rev A.
: Dr and I W. Hogan.
H. E. Smith wvJ1l1\t.On!\ .over our friendly, courteous ,
Mrs. Argln Boggus in NewSmyrna weekend with their grandmother the weekend. I
"over the"sweekend Mrs. M. F. Brown. \ 11La.u service strikes a note of gracious
Leila! t\i."t\f\ wail
Mrs. H..lfK.Brownlce was the MrlJ.! M. VIckers and. daugh- Mrs. I In Court 0The. Ctmniy ..tuilrvllruiironl Jhospitality. I
weekend l guest of Mr and Mrs. ers. Jean, and MrS.::' MJltori* 'ens, S. Ct\ t..tr.A) Saturday lorlilu.. In Roy Chasteea Jin. >Winter of Brunswick,10;' ., 'Were to Tuesday to 5\\.\ tff.1l1etll\ \ In r.. the Estate of 1 1-Jtho, 1 1
.
Kejstpne; vigft'rlq, Dr. tacf Mrs: H."*nt'' ,of Mrs. W. BMJs. i:1f\j1ltf: :\ : Sr- : Mandy White. IXMBUBIM' I ,
Heights. W. H.Shefcheid. IJMrs.. 1Cgte To All Whom It May Con 1
\ am'& and Mr, and Mrs. S. G.Dl'nma.rk ... ., i
Mr. and Mrs. Roy demon from Friday"to Tues ( and TO, A.pl1. Mr?. A.. trv 11Notke IN. hereby, given thui t
and family' attended' the funeml! ... II Russell Norm"L!) 'i'' GOrke. And '''Olin W. White .Ir f linn filial hli l
of a' Mfeoe;"Misr,''T 1Chard -fur-! :day.rt '.. Spengler. returned Mrs! : Kathryn S Tq! (j\ky dn of Lake\ final extHtB. report i of|> Ethel:HH l')x Mandy"cuto.r White of th< Try; Our Delicious?!! ; Buffet;, .

,mh, in Jacksonville Monday Seaman! John Copp"lUesllay Cutler! attend V/ !{(i terr>\tion- : deu uttecl: that h.* haM filed hli + .V/ if": h
'Ib( rlaJ ''''Was In' tile' to New Loldori, : petition for flnul. dl haricu, .
1Dyat Cemetery PQarAma \ faopa
"I\.a
41 Convention
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after six 'days leave.! HtMl that he will apply. t< thi" Daily :
near .Jt&ilbronn .Springs! SO.c1eV\ r\1\ flew York\ 1 County Judge of Jirntlforr! Served '
Mrs. Parrish died last Satuida Daniel Mvarez'11as completed. ,City1 weeKv + "ta,. (',.unty I Florida. on th., Hull. ,
; last i of '! .
weeks training with the Xj.I. day ftfiptembur lunn for ap.piovnl
from injuries Deceived l:1l1.n. ftitomobUeMiacidenUon wo Rocky M. \\7rJ Rat' nf Hutm* anrl for fhiadlHiliiirfco TP.EI'S'r'
Gent '
Department .of Agriculture as HOT E ;
TWO i
I Friday. rl8 Of Hialeah Dbp Monday Viet an Kxekiitor of tinOHtato Lunch Buffet $$1 25
Tho i -
state meat Inspector in nf "iihi: >I Muniiy Whitedouuamri
,
Mr: OneMHrk. Carmen Maslello employed tors of 'Mr. a.JI V\\\d, .1. L. Gel\ i n tlilu. i:till day ol y yf
and Is now
masvllle, Ga.
,t I'I'.X' -j
J
and daughter, Nona!, of Wood IIfUH!; TWO\ VEGETABLES
with the State Department try.Mrs. t Oil", W. White .1.ItHxmutor '. 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. y yt
ridge. N. J. W .I i
were visiting Mr N. L. : an fam
in Gaines. If ..r till,,, UMtiilo o' I
:
Agriculture
add Mrs. R. 4;?Cojson and! ;:Mrs : of fly are in otlll 4p, IoWa( for \ Ethel JIumly White doieanvd \\1,
tj". F. Plume ,several days last ville. two weeks violtbR\{\\ Sls.\ Woo. Miss Karen Eubanks, David Long S/lfi 4t U-l ASSORTED SALADS

week..........::: **ih'i Mrs.,> T. D. Dyal Is visiting her burn's mothefv 'tf1lse() f4- Vows In Church .. -
i u_ daughter, Mrs. Ethel Ellerbee; t Exchange CeremonyThe l 'n.0 riiiitr .lii, .tI.l ."'. ('oar Dinner Buffet $1.75 i
Ml.*aMary/: Bolllnger, City :
In Panama and Mrfl. smith Jlr:. .of the bride's In Probate \n. -"(Hit
I beeJ1"'l'tbIJ'Ot'\! several! weeks Mr. wedding of Miss Karen marked the pews
has .returned; ....ta Hattiesburg. weeks.Nancy Fullwood is visiting her and ''daughter ptVVV t f.a1t.ton' were] Eubanks and David Long was mother and the gloom's I Righter In H.- Hr Estate D..8MOI'o-f'. Froemui.e TEA COFFEE 5:00:' p.m. to 9:00 p.m.ONLYTWO I Ir r

M1ss;*v ?ere @he wU peach)music\ Mr.. and Mrs. C. 'visiting Mrs: flyrlA'A\ mother, solemnized Saturday afternoon, mother.A i Notice I Of, ")-III..M'r Petition Foi I I, ;
,Jn th&JugbJs. lwx>l.:She was ac grandparents' for'two Mrs.! Luclle' >yBb1p\ \ last week ] Aug. 10, at five oclock in the program of nuptial music Final 1 DlwhargoNotice
\. Pratt at Lake Bryan I I.
companied Hattiesburg by her .. They also IVlsIV I anti< W" First Methodist Church' .of was presented before the cere- I htifiled, hereby my final jrlvfn return tTiH, I''
weeks.
sister. MflTilyrtu who returnedto Miss Alice Gay of Qulncy was H. G. Davis 'J\\:, QAlnesr'ife. .t Chattachoochee. Rev WilliamT. mony' by Mrs. Oien Baiiou.orga.n1st. and tlon Report and <>..r Final' Olntrtbti: =:- --='=;:::- @ :::=' __._::
1 Petition for -- -
Starjte! with another sister, the guest of Miss Geraldine Gay LOcal admltl 4 QQev to< Bradford Blair performed the double- Preceding the ceremony 'iJlMtlmrKe.' at. Xo"lIlor. of Finn tin.""I------- VUI\:.
Martha who Is home< for four Cbuntyihclude V\P14g1\ \ this week ring ceremony.The Billy King sang "En Sntutfl': of Freeman ItnIl'IMt'r\ I >
,weeks....a er. ftttendlng William last Rev.week.and Mrs. L. S. Williams : Arte1 k\ Af4wn\ Den bride Is the daughter of treat Me Not to Leave Thee: Sr? dncenHed.; and that I hay';1

Carey. College summer school. ire !In Dallas Texas this week nis Brown 'tIti1i... >ftl1e1 WOQ s. Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Eubanks Song of Ruth," by Gounod. At .;.. -.
Mrs. Lea :Awards anddaukJtteK. attending the Church of God Mrs. LouiseQDker/ \ hatch of Chattahoochee, and the the,. end of the ceremony, "A .
{ f::t.( .i ana
spent the weekend with-Mr. and Mrs: E. C. Morris Is In Pompano Russell Nor",1f.'tl., \ / Mrs. Thomas T. Long of sung by Mrs. William:
.MrsTDaVl: ;Browning./ Beach this week visiting Williams UA/\' 'A'obrt'(1 tea Starke. Kelley. The traditional mar- WEEK SALEONLYBIG \

''Byron. --TerwIIIegar, ,who, flag friends and relatives. Mr. and man. Ern'y/' r..DtrAy. JeWNU Tho bride, given in marriageby Chela'were used.Irnmedliately .
.been attending summer school Mrs. B. G. Denmark and daughter Fogg. Orie'-w iSaldA and Ml's. her father,. wore'' a floor- following the

-at' the 'College-. Charleston,, Joyce, ,will Join her over Mary Weldoii/\ l\I ot latke; langth cage effect A-line gownof ':ceremony, the parents of the SAVINGS ON
H. C. win arrtye! home this week. the weekend and all will attendthe Bobby Allen f\A\; )'tl's. Nettie ivory pure silk .organza and bride entertained the wedding

end tor two"week. vacation.TH&SOUTIISIDE :wedding of Miss Stwidy Sax- Starling/ of tl'-\jV\1 y: seeber Peau de Ange lace. which en- guests, with a reception at the
on to (Lt. Clarence Landon. on Moody Sr. of tj\\i\ 134tlef\: ; Mrs. hanced the bodice featuring a Woman's Club. Introducing
Saturday night. Ruth Shockfy\/ N Keystone Florentine" self-scalloped'' neck guests to the receiving line

i Mr..and Mrs, IE. J. Baker and Heights; MrS. //C.e 0111nl'l' of line and short sleeves. Lace were Mrs. L. F. Mosley and
,CIIiniCirOF CHRIST family of Jacksonville ,were sun- Worthington Vl,1W\ \ : and t MU. also bordered the hemline of Mr*.*. W. D. Rogers.

day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C. Dorothy Engglkd l Di.\ Meirosg. !I the gown. She wore a Chapel The bride's book, kept by

; ,Invites YOU 3. Haddock. .Mr, andJ.\ 'ly. Vltting Im'ithlatch.lXlfl' mantilla of Miss Emalyn Traylor of St,
: were'guestsf\, A6i. andy'Mi'tt':" \\tt : tfgi'on'e edH'ttft' / l lace Augustine cousin ottRe' bride,
Mrs. M L. Lawson and daughter .
.. To Hear Bailey were'visiting relatives LOUIS lancer \1)) 'tlfthta\ ., Oi.I und accented with lace medal and Mrs Ronald McDaniel ol
last week. lions held with an organza Tallahassee, was placed on a
In Auburn/dale last week.
I THE,.GOSPEL Mr.:and Mrs./0.-A' Gay have Robbie AbliIl 1 'tJ ..ole Dior bow, A diamond! pendant,' table overla'd; '! in white, decor
had as visitors Mr. and' Mrs. and Bill BrWK' 'fte 'e vlsltthg. a'gilt! from the groom, was, ated with an arrangement t
', -"OF CHRIST Gerald Gay and sons of Miami. Mr. and Mr, 'kr''ghtltt( Jt. in her only ornament. The bride's: featuring an anniversary can -
"* New Orleans- \h/\ '> Thurs bouquet was centered by two
., i T In -xj.tjQLSynday' and S-Sgt: Joseph') A. Gay and die.The
'8:' ( Morning family of La-wrenceburg. Tenn. day to Mond\', cattleya orchids with a cascade bride's table, coveredby
Sgt. Gay returned In July after Mr. and A<\!\ <$feAlea\ Biggs of ,phaleon.opsis orchids, a cloth of white satin held SUPPLIES AND CLOTHING

:WrXE_ Ila4io .p, ,:,11490Worship' r his second tour .of duty in Viet .of Murray *f1.{ .' \1'" lrtsitllag I which she carried on a white the white nix-tiered wedding
nam and will be stationed at Mrs. Biggs 'l\/flI; Mr. jUtd"" Bible a gift from. her maternal; cake decorated with a replicaof
Service Fort Jackson S. C. Mrs. HenrtJ.; %6fftneijl! this grandmother the bride's bouquet: An ar-

;,Sunday, .IJ ,oil ,A.M. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawsou week. The St i u\II\S'{ \ also have) Miss! Laura Gholson of Chat-! rangement of white roses and

and 'Mr, and (Mrs. M. I/, Lawson as guests thtl.Pel" Mills Kahy tachochee and New Orleans candles in silver candelabra Regular

", -HibIe,. Study.. .. Sunday. were (visiting relatives in Alabama McCormick .#// 'Wlvrf\ Jessie was her maid of honor. Brides- complemented the cake. Cut- I
i : and. Georgia' on Sunday.Mr. Biggs of Hef\y\V\ \) \ {/. matrons .were Mrs.. Vincent ting the cake were Mrs. Thomas PENCILS 6 Limit 2for5c3/or5c
:. yvawt: and i P.M: and Mrs. Harry Green Mr. and MtyV1 t. Thomas( Ferreira and 1 Mrs. Robison Long Jr, Jackson M'ss.! '

1,Ml.-South-''.... a .' ... .* DM-.-' US 301. and family spent the weekendin were visiting |1'k'y /I\Othef Mr: Harrell both .of Tallahassee; sister-in-law of the groom: and
St.'Augustine.FISH Groover They f ku\ 1'OCkerover bridesmaids were Miss Sue I Mr. Clark Gibson of Tallahas-
,-..., .I. the wee"li 4. Travlor of Blountstown the I I see.
Mr. and NI f\ Pjnk Starling bride's cousin and Miss Sara The punch table featured an
and dad\ftIPr' pare guests Boykin of Chattachochee.' They 'I arrangement of jaekstraw Regular l 9c '

i-4 FRY of Mr. and poly LCuer wore identical pale pink floor-'r 1' poms, white carnations, and

In EnterprU\, /M.\ over the length nylon gowns with short Regeleta mums flanked by silver RULERS 2 Limit 4

weekend.Lt. nleevea, portrait necklines and punch bowls and overlaid C
'. ; :SATURDAY: AUGUST 31r4P."Ml DouglaJ OIJr of port Empire waists. Deep' pink velvet with a cloth of white organza EACH '
,
Bennin Ga. vV 1lpltre for the .
white
..... ... ribbons accented the Empire over satin. Pouring
-*- -;,. Bradford Fairgrounds weekend. waists, with a bow and punch were Mrs Tom Slade of
: Mrs. Mary 1\;) 1 tend ta\Jgh- streamers accenting the back. Starke and Mrs. Lloyd Lewisof -
: 'Adults ter Mary Ai>u> (;\;( J kckgonvflle Dior bows with' double illusion Wilmington Del., aunts of --

-w *? $1.00, Children, 75csponsored"by were last TiN\ ,1' nlgntMartha veiling were used as head the bridegroom; and Mrs.

_- ; Bradford Roping Club ner guests p! ltd\ pieces. The maid of honor Wesley Hosford of Hosford 300 Count Paper 5'7 I:
Moore. carried a nosegay of deep pink and Mrs. William Ma.rr of
..." MM A Pony Will Be Given Away Mrs. Mart% Qftaore and rones fashioned with a fall of Memphis Tennessee the 4

,T !"I Following the Fish Fry daughter, M&\1Dr\j ; fIoe: attending pale pink velvet streamers.The bride's aunts.
a swim-lunchV\" the hQtte .other attendants camS! Misses Angela Summers and ,

of Mrs. W1II1Atlrlta f tn similar nosegays' of varying/ Anita Summers passed rice CHILDKEIN'S BACK- I'USCHOOLDRESSES I
';Horse: ; Show Every Sat. Night 1 Jacksonville 'WfI..1 t I\onol'inl\ r shades of pink ''roses. bags to the guests.A .

Miss Mary Jt tt 9ally\ bride. I The groom's brother Thonv program of instrumental

elect. as T. Long, Jr., 'of Jackson, music was presented by Miss
7:00 P. M.Public
JI Mr. and Mid lTl'ile bop bs Miss., served as best man. Ellen!: Sheip. -

;: : and Mrs. *, Conner o:f Ushers were Terry Eubanks oft For traveling the: bride 1 :
Is Cordially I Invited Gainesville vi\\( 1Jtogday vt41ors I Lakeland brother of the bride: chose a two-piece paprika red

of Mr. f\t'\\, \ 32rs. Felt Clark Gibson. Robison Harrell. suit with navy accessories.. Her .

Sapp. and Tom Holman; of Tallaha corsage was her mother's "
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Mi1, and Mi(\, 3t. Ilichl\rf. see. '' .. white' orchid. I"
f
son took a ''f liitgy trB t<: The bride's mother chose a After! ''a wedding trip to Day- ''I

NEED _READY GT Vero Beach Y@t ttJ1u"8'taY and dress of pale pink crepe In 'an tona Beach the couple will beat

its iM Friday. A-Une design with a full-length( home at 5000 Homestead
--_ Mrs. Henry t\\ 1Are t'etlU'ned deep pink coat of IIBk'Argtutta. Road in Orlando where Mr. BOYS SHIRTS.88c 'I

CASH Sunday fromf'eek$ vISit Her corsage was U Single! "white Long Is employed as an al'8l'tt.-1!
with Mr. and VVV, fc. M. Her.'1 j orchid and her' accesudrtea ant National Bank examiner
brand In Da f t\\ 13eacti and 1 were white. ".>,".**. tor the Orlando area.
Mr. and Mrs. P.t 1/4l/ N. ?hares\ .

Eor.::.Back-: I In Karen Winter Patz Pafy-f'lyl fam Me- wore The a mother mauve silk of the SHeathJ groom;\'I'thj* II for Schoold'46 I "
:- bodice TYPEWRITER Headquarters
: Leod are vlsit t1\11t>\ fagt'a Itrab School ,Needs? parents Mr. tw pr//I, 1'. B. ered with seed pearM.l'.Sh!' : Day, week, .or month.Bradford I

I Sanders in \I lJiQ/lbola/ : this| wore matching' accessories attd County Telegraph. *:"'''-" I
I week. a corsage of purple1'*brcftld' 4! Supplies
FOR TilE CHILDREN? The couplet exhhanged'Itluwa I' B64-6S05. '
.CLOTHING" I Miss Bertie 1\D11A1itl\ of 1tegj ; u
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REGISTRATION FEES? ter. Oa. is v1+\1k R \!>s. W. n.I before an altar "flahke'd'on I
Holland for either side by white candelabra COMPLETE LINE
-V'N > holding lighted white ta THE BRADFORD
VACATION: EXPENSES CAN BE I pers. In front of these were COUNTY TELEGRAPH 9' 1
CONSOLIDATED INTO ONE PAYMENT STARLiNfy l..ilo.m'Y
two white columns) holding ATTREMENDOUS
s t\t"\ a:'>l' Published every Thursdayat
The annual S large arrangements of white 138 W.
tfj1\\ family te- Call St.,
Come See Us! .union will be .,v Aday.: Aug Fuji mums jaekstraw pours Starke Fla. 82091 SAVINGS
18. at Gold HeVfinVch.\/> \ Stale white gladioli! and white
Park near Rights. mums. Outside the chancel Second class postage paid
We Make Loans for Any Worthwhile Key\4; t1' A
.. picnic lunch will{ fo served .t rail were placed large/ white at Starke Flo. '
Purpose 1 1 p. m. All rttf\fyg and descendants arrangements Subscription Rate:

I of tv\. V/v<1"\J'" are Invited -
In
trade are: ".00 per
to attend. Fujla.! and leather leaf fern.
$ 5.00 TO $600.00 iV'ADDING ./'..- On either side wtthin 'the 'chancel year; |2J3: six month BOTTOM DOLLAR

were trees mad of lade Outside trade ,
1\IJf W '; t J'ta area: 14.50
foliage. Jade trees were usedextell8lvely'
TQWJf FINANCE COMPANY ua) or elect I'\o\ aale' dr within 'the chancel per year; $2.30 six month ..

rent. Add..ubi\'t{\ efdtt, bati-. rail and altar rail. Stately ': El. L. Matthews, editor and 150 WEST CALL STREETIJMtlon
'226 N.' Temple Aye., Phone 064-7449 II I ance.- Bradfo- (! 11"1 Tel.i white bows with greenery publisher
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, Parties Given ''":Arrangement* of summer : I ...
Howard-Crawford
i itt i Recent ,Births J
flowers 'were used In For Mrs. Godwin I
+ I rooms. swkI Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Howard I, Mr. and MrsT-J.! C. Ariel ;
The members of the club presented
And Daughter announce the marriage of their .
I Suarez of East Molina, 111. announce
Yt Godwin 'with I
Mrs an engraved
daughter, Kathleen Ann, to the birth of a lIOn,
Mrs J. B. Godwin, and daugh' silver 'bonbon dish asa Loyd Crawford son of Mr. and Marc Daniel born July 18.
t't'I GLADYS MOOTY ter. Cheryl, of the State Farm memento of the occasion ,Mrs Paul Crawford of Lawtey. Maternal grandmother is Mrs.
: have been feted it several par Anne Terwillegor gave a swim The double ringceremony was M. F. Brown of Starke.
Phone 964-7608 ties during the past week. They party and ccokout last Thursday :,' performed July 19 by Rev.
.., will leave for night for, Cheryl Godwin.
- 4 P w. Avon Park this John Forsythe in his home Bradford County Hospital announces ,
Miss CartwrightIs t t weekend to join Mr Godwin Enjoying, the affair 'were memo the followingbirths-
bers of the Junior Varsity cheerleaders and was attended by membersof
who was recently transferred by :
Mr. and Mrs Marshall Lawrence -
ComplimentedAt the Florida Dlvla'on! of Corrections .team. i.I the Immediate family. Carlton, Starke, a son
Kitchen ShowerMiss yy A from the Ralfnrd State Anne presented Cheryl with a For her wedding the bride Raymond Douglas August 8. \
+ 4 M I Prison to the Avon Park divi gift as a. memento of the occa chose a pink lace sheath dress Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Pol i

H Pearl Cartwright. whose sion.Mrs: eton with white accessories.The lard, Starke, a daughter: Aug- ,
a$ marriage to John Harold Andrews + -= Ruth Jordan and Mrs. Denis Winkler entertained at firs N,f inducted Into ust 13.
was
will be an event of Au '. J. 'R Reddish; gave a dessert-, a surprise slumber party Tuesday groom Mr. and. Mrs. Milton Lee
gust ai was honored at a kit- t1Rv'r. bridge party Monday night at night tor Cheryl. the Army on August 7 and Reynolds, Starke; a son, August ,
.r chen shower (Monday night !given -L : the home of the latter at the The girls enjoyed a hamburger is presently stationed at Fort,, 14.
by Mrs. Billy Dodd and Mrs. __ State Farm for Mrs. Godwin. fry .on the patio and music Bennlng. da. The bride Is at
.r"w Kenneth Grider at the home ol uYR Butt, vases with miniature during the venlng. StricklandAldayA home with her parents. I I LEGAL FORMS: Brad-
the latter. roses centered fie four bridge A going-away gift :was presented ford County Telegraph Fb.

Arrangements of zinnias, sum tables and an arrangement of to Cheryl from the Janitor ..J. Strickland of Jacksonville 9R4.8.10S..
J mer flowers and magnolia orchids centered the dessert table Varsity cheerleaders who and Mrs. Fede' Scott of .JIIIII- -

l c SinM leaves were used to highlight : were among the 12 guests. Camp Blanding announce! the engagement When You UM An Andrews Charge i
points'! of Interest in the party a The hostesses presented the and approaching mac- Account 3
rooms. The refreshment table honoree with a small gotng-away Birth rlage Recent
Huff-Novak was covered ,with white linen gift: as a memento of the occasion to Dwayne Alday grandson cut Your Prescription Tax Records ''r

.. cloth and centered with an arrangement H / 4 4y Mr. and Mrs. .Ralph W. Martin Mr. and. (Mrs. A, E. Brown 85. are Kept For You By US

Mr.,and Mrs. Alfred !P'. Huff of zinnias and leath On Tuesday night! the Canasta of Lawtey announce the of Starke. Andrews I I"
announce. the engagement and er. leaf fern In a crystal bowl. Club: of ;which Mrs. Godwin has birth of twin girls, Karen Rebecca The 'wedding will take placjo Drugs
been a member for ten August 30 at the First Christian 'q

Presiding at the punch bowl years
forthcoming-marriage of their ,r and Sharon Deborah For+ Kant Itolkvery Dial a' 17170JHURF.RISAT
1 ,gave a dnner'! party for her at Church in the ft
daughter, Amelia Darlene, to were Mrs. Dodd and Mrs. born August 7 in St. Vincent's presence
Jeffrey Lynn Novak, son of Mr. George Pierce, sister of the the home of Mrs. T G. Ritch. Hospital. tae immediate families. .....

1.1" and Mrs, Peter John Novak of bride-elect.: r I I
' fitarke. Among the 29 guests was Mrs. t .o- ,, \
j The marriage will'take place R. R. Andrews mother of the 'h.

, November 2 at 4 o'clock In I bridegroomelect.The ," 9yr. rt

i the, afternoon In St. !Mark's hostesses presented the
: Episcopal Church. honoree wtth a Coming-ware: seas ONLY

, i AH friends and relatives of a memento of the occasion.. 'j Linda Kay Holton Becomes Bride
1 .
"the-! couple are:invited.DallyBilling .
i 1'1 Swim Party Of Mr. B dell In First Methodist Annual
f I August Spectacular!

I : For Jr.-Sr. MYFThe Mr. and Mrs. John O. Hol- quips and fashioned In a prin-
.
....Mrs. Matron Dally of JacksonVille ton announce the marriage of I cess A-line style. The gown
former Starke resident announces Junior and Senior MYF their daughte, Linda Kay, toE featured a bateau scalloped t
the approaching marriage had a swim party and cookout Russell Bedell, son of Mrs.I neckline and calla lily sleevesof rr t
of her, daughter. Mars Saturday afternoon at the Hoff- Joanne R. Bedell of Ormond Venice lace that came to
Ann. to Steven.Farwell Billing, man cottage on Paradise Lclce. Beach. The wedding took place points at the wrists. A detach-
son. of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bill. The 15 young people, were ac- Saturday August 3, at 7:30: p. able Wateau panel of Venice DY
j tog of Pompano Beach, companied by their sponsors m. in the First MethodHt lace over cobby net flowed
I I The 'wedding will take place Mr. and!Mrs. C, S. Haddock and Church with Rev. D. T. Fara- from a cluster of bows termin-
'*! Saturday. August 17, at 4 p.m, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hal:un- bee Jr. performing the nup ating into a chapel train ac-
In. fit. Paul's Catholic Church, 'brook. Also attending were Rev. tials. cented with ruffles of scallopedlace
Jacksonville with a ,reception and Mrs. DeWitt Farabee and Decorating the altar: were and half moon Irridescent
'1 following( at the Riverside Wom family. pedestal baskets of white gladioli sequins. Her bouffant veil fell
Oilir
an's. Club.SEHTlCE. Swimming games and refreshments chrysanthemums/ and from headpiece of Venice .! regular low prices slashed

;were enjoyed. pompoms, accented with yel- lace petals forming a flower

{. Wit.: >... EDWARD'S!: SCHEDULE CHURCH.Sunday : low rosebuds. Against the effect surrounded with seed ,_?. .. even lower for. a 3 day bargain Jamboree.!
Birthday Party fern '
background were large pearls and an organza bow. :; .. ",.:"x' .
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f tdlrfte.s ? For Marcy Sullivan trees and branched candelabra She carried a crescent bouquetof ,. ,.'' .
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with burning tapers. The family I white miniature carnations ''
,' Mass: gild: a. m. l .
pews were marked with and philodendron centeredwith "... ..
Tttursday Mass 8:30: p> m.&OraotilOua Mr. and Mrs. Dan Alvarezgave I I :
;; Medal Novena: a surprise birthday par. large white satin bows and ,, a large white, yellow NAND LOOMED / ,

, eaturday. T p. m. ty and weiner roast Saturday I fein. I throated orchid. Her only ornament FANTASTIC PURCHASE PERMANENT PRESS
'Oonfewlons: 5 p. m. and 7 afternoon for Mrs. Alvarez'brother. Miss Dee Walters, organist, were pearl earrings, a AcryIC
/,:.:t4.. Marcy Sullivan, on his rendered nuptial music and ac- gift of the groom.A Bulky $ Sorts
I ," eleventh anniversary.The companied Mrs Marlon Douglas reception was held In Fel- 2 ea.'valuesWoven Shirts
-iSf...WU22\M'9'C'RUItCII.' soloist. lowship Hall where the Sweaters
Keysloh Heights. party !was held on the Eddie Walton, brother-in-law were greeted at the guests I our rejr
lawn of the Alvarez home on
eunday Mass: 7:30: a. m of the groom, served as best Mrs. M. W. Greasier. Standing I Plaids H -
Raiford Road which was dec $2.99
adti)";:6o ..'in.: orated for the occasion with man and the ushers were Bill in the receiving line were the W.99 3 $2

,Wednesday:, Mass',and i No- blue and white streamers and Jordan, cousin of the bride, bride and groom their par [ to $8.99 5 1 .
T4n 7 P. m. and Art Nichols. ents and the bridal attendants. Misses' Shirts
r; jailoons.Tue 'j .
. Utt1e"frlendsMlet\.1oy\ Idea: Eddie Walton, 'outer of .The bride's table ,was .covered i values ourregS3
-ST.. T MARVB cmm.ca, 25 the groom attended as matronof with a white organza'cloth tnI t .
cardiaant
Mac; 1en.nr. games and received candy bas. honor. Miss Elaine Jordan and was centered with a three- Washable cro-f f Long tail|
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unda"" YaM,. 11:80: a m sets as': lavors. cousin of the bride, and Miss tiered wedding cake flankedby I| cable and stitched novelty styles ?' y 1 $ fcu/ar/ or ivy col.re-i

Ll Phyllis Haddock served as I silver candelabra with tall chat 9 .. .. solids
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.- -= bridesmaids._ The ... attendantswere yellow; tapers; Cutting: the I 3440LADIES j .. ,' i S-XZs orplaids.'Il .
gowned aliKe in floor, bride's cake were Mrs Mildred
An' Expression of Eternal Gratitude length gowns of white lace I Jordan and Mrs Eaton Jor- J 2 for

over yellow taffeta, 'accentedwith i 4 '
I dan.Presiding at the two punch BOY & JR.
bodice and
empire a long BOYS
The L. II. Gibson family wishes to thank
train of yellow chiffon. Attached tables were- Mrs Betty Register .. 59c
its many,friends for,the consolidation, sympa- to the back neckline were and daughter Sandra, and Permanent each .Perrna Press '.9 I
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thy, and all other thoughtful considerations long yellow satin streamers Mrs. C. S. Haddock and Miss An Incredible value! Long *' =
shown to it because! of the shocking and tragic which extended to the floor. Betty Ann Register.! The two STRETC -1 100% cotton shirt..choice of butO7t Shirts

.loss of the beloved daughter, Gloria. Their matching: yellow veils tables were covered with, white PreSS DENIM' fjSlim + ton down or bermuda) collar. 3238. "
were secured to white flower organza cloths and were centered -
The family, further, is deeply indebted to buds In their hair. They each with crystal punch bowls PantsV 3 toffl '

all those kind persons who so generously gave carried a long stemmed yellow encircled with fern and .cai na- ,f MISSES STRETCH NYLON 'I '
of their time and efforts to render assistanceduring rose with long yellow satin tions. C BsT. Sizes 3-18 "
this period of sorrow. streamers.The Mia! Latreze Stringer kept our rez vlo99ea.
bride given in marriageby the bride's book. for v LONG ,SLEEVE PULLOVERS! Penile

_ Thank all of you very much. her father, was. lovely in a After spending some time 1 DuPont nylon 75L coif N "'-. Mock or rutl turtleneck. Com $2.99 < < Press

'i The L. II. Gibson Family floor Venice length lace over formal peau gown, jeweled of left with on their a ten-day guests wedding the couple trip k 25 Ton%with a wear 9uaronte. of SKtsMA1.1"-/ ny value 2 JEA RS '

with halfmoon iridescent seI to Miami and Jamaca.'! The I yQ 1 year.
I.. bride traveled In a bonded i es 18 wes2
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Fall fors I
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I'' yellow silk shantung A-llne: New Misses Easy Mens Fastback ,

dress with white accessories I'
I The couple is residing at 411 SHIRT SHIFTS CANVAS JEANS

Blvd. N. E., Gainesville .
; ,; -- "R=mt'.s 7.emcJics I WLOHS\ ', I our r.j $3.99 our reg $4.99 GIRLS 3-6X..7.4'

I }, f Sales TaxCollections Postal print with button ( Slim styled no-iron fabric <$ Kwrrops

,r front. SU.v.U.* or roll$3 nt r creased $4
I i / 1 up s/.ves.( 1018. leg. 2936. Reg
Ii I i Still SoaringBradford 4foSheer t .', $1 ea' 2 tors Sl

NVLCN OO BOYS BRIEFS AND
,, Clay and Union $175
Counties, following the state- I mesh..run esaguard d HOSE _. T-SHIRTS .. 3 for STRETCH SLACKS
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I wide trend, continue to receive ) toe.8Ya-H.' *%% .
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I large Increases from the state's t LADIES OO LITTLE BOTS-GIRLS 3-6X fOO
sales and use tax collections. $100
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M I Clay County's collections PANTIES ...... 3X CANVAS JEAN
soared, with a whopping in- JACKET"S

1 i iI I, crease of 128 per cent over Chain PYLON \ OO JR. BOYS NEVER PRESSS200 I 'GALS 4 Jot
I collections a Triple
year ago. HOSE SLACKS OR!,
Union County showed a 68 Raincoat
68 per cent increase and Brad- LAD(ES LOAFER ,
,, ford received a 50 per cent Increase WENS O JR. BOYS "PAK-NIT" 3 t'950 I I
I 1 I Its tf, I in collections. J OUT IBZ PRESS GOLF BRIEFS OR T-SHIRTS Foe fl Set $1
t tI In dollars and cents terms 3 as
I
I .its this. means that in July, 1967, J"
I : ladll I I Clay County received $33.221 [ Hottest n.w.styi. MENS BRIEFS.T-SHIRTS, t JT 2. 5 BATH TOWELS 's$$100', Hey weigf.t vinyl' I .

. ,i .', I and In July of this year, 76. in black or tan. BOXER SHORTS' 3 for. ffL by Hope Matching snap elotn; : / !
, t .' L.k I 046; Union $3,719 in '67 and Sires 4.10. hat. 4.j.ROOM 1 : i \I

,t. .' r r O ;( ( ( ( I / I1F 'I I $8,272 went from in '68$27,659: and to $41,709.Bradford B0HPERCALE Pf fOME' FURNISH I NGPEPPERILL ; ; l; J

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Fred O. Dickinson Jr. PRINT \ SHEETS
said. "So far the collectionsare TWEED RUG
I hope the people at First Federal appreciate climbing at the rate we FABRICS
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I projected. It will be several $
I how hard I work for the money I put in my savings months before we can tell $197 DurrllS10
I whether the rate will climb beyond 4 yds for 72 X 108

account. I our expectations" Twin Fitted Plush viscose rayon with
Statewide collections nearedthe k foam padded back. Decorator

t $43 million mark. This wasa $11 0 \s Q color S'/3}' x: 11Y.ty } .
74 per cent increase over S
ty
. collections during the same ...
"Where You Save DOES Make a Dillerence"Savings month a year ago. ; Double 81X108 Fitted 217 CHENILLEBEDSPREAD jl

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and Loan Sunday services: Holy Euch Patterns and colors>,, sparkling white. Save now durio* 35
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ar1 t. 8:30: am. Family Service this 3 day sale. .
# 10 a. m. [Holy Eucharist let 35/36" width _,I ) Hull I size, pr.shrunkmact..in.
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!I yeaw.'J and 3rd Sundays. Morning 'f Matched Pillow Cases 51C ea. washable/ tufted rayon...
II ASSOCIATION OF STARKEp Prayer 2nd and 4th Sun whit. and colors.ii .
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HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH BETHEL BAPTIST
r y7Y tT ;fsrr ; Supt. Casey'a "master plan"! CarTruckCollision
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100 at Thcrensa]
[Highway
for oved $2.5 million in Brad p I Sunday School: 10 1.1. ,, m-;
; S ;r ,, 'w r.1. ford school construction over I Training Union-6:30: p. m. Morning Worship 11';' *a.. m;
; {
i S t the past three years. Morning Worship-11 a. m. Worship. ..7:30: I p. m.;
\Evening!:
,
i ii a : New Buildings! have replacedOld 4 Sunday School-10 a. m. '
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} 1gyp. } One Meeting, 7:30: p. m.:
S Lawtey Junior High Brook- Injures n Evening Worship-7:13: p..m. Prayer
y
M er Jr. High and Hampton Ele ," A"rIT ., MU Wednesday Night Prayer Wednesday-Rev. J C- Beaters -

aa "4 rw a +1 I% +ey? mentary. Additlora have bean I.to I. A' ear and a truck .collided r 7 V 1 Servces-7:30: p. m. Rev. Merle pastor

S made to: Starke and Sou'.hslde i r +. south of Stalks at the interjection u R JI I Packham, pastor.
Elementary Schools and Anderson : oi Sr-227 and US-301 a
MYS : Junior High at Lawtey 3:52: p. m. Thursi'av. Aug 8
Same .renovation!:: hat! been according to the Florida Highway SLADE'SAIR
i S done! at BHS, a new field hous- Patrol 1 here /

S S was built there, vo-tech center -I One person was slightly in- '
, has gone u*>, and a $413 Ju..0. Uamtsa to:>> the vehicle: .; (;J JL CONDITIONED
S t 1 000 middle .school la now near 'oial:d $2,650.According k ,
! S &;,, ing completon.: to the Patrol
Bids have been let and work I : Carl Charles Wynn of Starke,

! S :Is under way on the second drove his. 1966 Chevrolet pickup
.S. 4 ,Represent Bradford CountyAt phase of the vo-tech center. I $ t ? i, Into the Intersection In L

front of the 1967 Ford driver I CLOSE OUT
I, Sa Annual 4-H CongressWalter by Sandra Logan Parnell of I -
(' i Power Plant Starke Student Hampton. Rotary Club Donates $500

S I Sgt. W S. Peacock reportedthat
Prevatt, Stanley Crawford nero Commssloner of Agriculture Parnell swerved to To Salvation
Mrs. Army
i S Mary'Broughton and Ma- ; Miss Walda Ann William !Hits Peak Handed HonorsIn the inside lane and the right Camp
donna' Meng represented Brad- son 1968 Florida Sun-Flavor
collided with
of her car I
ford County 4-H at the Fourth. Queen; Dr. Noah La.igclale. I JournalismDave the rear truck. The car went into A check for $500 was presented lashed here '23 years 'ago.: He I s4gLi'
Annual Florida. 4-H Congress' President of Georgia State College Wednesday by the Starke Rotary said that for the' past eight j
r t Continued from Page One'have median strip and turned over.
S held at the University of Florida ; Lt Commander Frank K. to Club .to the Florida Divi-- years, approximately '.100 Brad-
taken
of Starke. Mrs. Parnell
last week. Ellis the only double, amputeeIn been top capacity for the O. Houser was sion of The Salvation Army In ford County children have enjoyed
M The trip, sponsored by the the U. S. Navy with night status power plant.Recently a senior at the University of Bradford County Hospital support of the summer cam; 'a week of 'camp at the
S Bradford County:<< Commissioners :, ; and many other outstanding however the power Florida College of Journalism, where she was treated and re- program on Bedford Lake, be- facility at no expense 'to tre

was awarded to these out- and Inspiring speakers. plant was expanded with .the ad- has been elected to member- leased. tween Starke and Keystone county. This year la the first = = _'--- ..
, 4-H club members for Other activities Included the dition ship in two nationalcollegiate. Wynn was charged with failure Heights. time that contributions: 'have i !1 _' =:' '
standing of a 1.750 KW Worthington I [!! !,,----- -- :: ==
i to right of way. ,, ..... .. -
honor societies.! yield ., .. ,.... -- .
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their achievements! in their club State 4-H Contests, and recognition engine. The expansion was The Rotary check was pre been sought locally in supportof ': :."!" :. .
S S and County 4-H activities over Banquet, a panel featuring financed with a $450,000;; bond Homer 27,. was .initiated sented by Vice President George the program; Anyone wishIng I'!!!'';'; !:l-;:' -I"'! :.., l
I, the. past year. 4-H members from Latin Amer- Issue, Wednesday into Phi Kappa Local Teacher' pierce (left) to Daniel K. Biggs to assist financiallY'' may :a::",.:!::: :'i [:It!: !!!:;I. I -' -
, Stanley and Mary were delegates ica, a State 4-H) Dress Revue An open house is planned Phi, a national scholastic honor of the Jacksonville office of the contact Dr. Florence Jennings, i1 umm :1; -- :

! w a to the stat.. ....11 :Club and a number of special interest :\ early) next month, Davis says, society which. .. .recognizes' Chosen For Salvation Army. The $500 con- local co.ordi.ator .for the pro- ,--J'
a Walter and Madonna discussions.The scholarship' in' all fields of 'will of m mi '! --=- -= ==
Council with group for the public] to inspect the expanded tribution pay expenses gram. -
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r servJng-as\ delegates-*t-large. delegates are exipected plant. study. pn Monday he was approximately 20 .underprivileged / Approximately 75 Bradford 9 !im !m i ==- =_ -= ;;

S /Walter.aa. district winner of the to relate their experiences to named.to Kappa'-Tau' Alpha, ..a Honors Group children for one week of County children will leave for "!mM':- :. = = -==--==-=-;= =-
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S Share-the-fun,Con test, also,participated 4-H,Clubs. "and other .groups in s national-honorary ,society' ,in camp. the camp next (Monday, Mr. mm" !! i :== =-= ==: == = -= '3
i show the : the next the (leld of )journaUemt Mrs. Mary Agnes Ferguson showed color slides Biggs said. -= = = "= =
, r In the talent, ;onTuesday County during\ year 'Race'DevelopsFor Mr. :Biggs m =- = :::- -= E ::::-
S evening.' and to inspire our young' people Both societies elect to'menibei kindergarten instructor at of the camp which' was estab \ :-- $! t:; m :! :::= ::::--===:: -'=== ===:;:: ==:=- :=:
' f.The delegates were addressed to ,work harder to excell! In 4Ip 'those.students'who Southside Elementary School t: :'. :. = ===- == =- =
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(by'' Stephen C. >Connell,.-Presl-. their ...H and other. 'worthwhile. stand in. the top 10 per cen has been tapped for membership :mS:::::$: .' :=:= -=;== ::=-==20 -====== =- ,
bent of the University of Floe activities:? CouncilContinued of their graduating class,..and In the Gainesville chapterof visor, was chairman of the Business '.". m.: : ====-=- ==== -=---==-
S idathe; Honorable Doyle'Con- who have maintained an hon PI Lambda Theta a national Education Dept. at Hills- .":m ; ==-=== ,
or point average of 3.0 or bet- honor and professional association ..borough High School In Tampa '
S [ Page One! ter. for women in edu- and a visiting professor at the
S nounced March 26 call for demolition Houser, who maintained a cation. University' of Florida before
, S School Bonds I of existing 'C' build- County Merrljl Williams educator on the succeeded council 3.8 honor point average at the Mrs. Ferguson was initiated f moving to Bradford County. 5,000 BTU------ $ 99$0.

S ing facing North Temple Ave last year. Williams was appointed U, of F.;, is slated to graduate Sunday, Aug. 4, into the organization I He has served as speaker, con-
nue. A round structure Is in in 1967 to serve out the August 27. He has been granted which recognizes 'sultant and .resource personat
S Sold FridayContinued the plans to .replace it. unexpired term of then-Council a teaching assistantship women of superior scholastic numerous local, state and BTU166.00

..AU other existing facilities man Carl Hurst who was appointed at Oklahoma State University, achievement and high poten- regional business education 8,000 .
will be ut1l'zed and some new mayor' at the death of and will begin graduate study tial fQr 'professional leadershipin workshops. Ellis Is currently '
[ From Page One] areincluded in the plans. Phi serving as chairman of the Jun-
S ones Mayor Randal Chitty. Williams In Journalism there In September. education The Alpha
'A system of malls and class- (Gainesville-){? Chapter of PI ior College Division of the Flor-i 12,500 BTU194.50
chose
planjied% next :year was set not to run last year. '
room walkways is planned to A native Californlan Houseris Lambda Theta was establishedat Ida Business Education iAssoclaI -
back.. w- ) Qualifying! deadline is noon p
WltrTJhe ..".9pprdval'' 'the connect the high school from next Tuesday, Aug. 20. Registration the son of Mr. and Mrs. the!'University' of FloridaIn tion. I,
SBE Issue, Muse\ plans will Temple Avenue west to the books' are open at city Herbert A. Williams of Long 195Sr and Is the only chapterIn t He holds a B.S. degree from 17,000 BTU21950
;probaMP go-bck'feito effect, new field house and athletic hall and will be open until Aug. Beach Calif.LEGAL the'southeast region.Mrs'Ferguson I Florida Southern College and I
r complex. : who has an M.S. in Business Education
although "official word will 24. \t. I
have to'come fron\' Supt. Casey I Morgan's .sketch presented to FORMS. Bradford taught five years. at Southside : from the University of Florida.I 20,000 BTU 27750
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when he returns\ to.work. I the School Board In March represented EZERASE TYPEWRITER County Telegraph. Ph. Elementary: working toward
"Future: :renovation plans an- the completion of PAPER, Mimeo Paper, Bond 964-6305. her master's degree in
early childhood education at Unity Stressed BTU297J50
the UP. She holds the degreeof 24,000 ;
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_.. ... Bachelor of Science In Ele- I
.S- Leon Ellis
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.. mentaryv Education from the
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Improvement tow PER:
$1 1
I\ S _...? h..*S" Business Dept. ber of Commerce, explained 1 I I IJ
how the Chamber work, told AS MONTH
s Fund Use of its "Clean up. Paint Up. i
A Starke resident, Leon C. Fix Up" campaign and told of.. j
Ellis of 316 N. St. Clair Street, Chamber efforts to get new Industry Limited Supply -- Hurry While
Is has been made Director of Bus- into the
OkayedContinued area. r
.-, iness Occupation Programs at
a He also told the group that I II They Last -- Compare and
the Santa Fe River Junior Col- he was particularly Interested!

[ From Page One] lege In Gainesville in learning more about the
Ellis joined the faculty at San- Buy Where You Save .
functions
of CUBB and Its
tion of four curriculum coordinators ta Fe as an instructor In busi- I
Et'S.BCI.ctllo the application stated: ness education. in June 1967. goals. "If we can understandthe
aHw@ I "With, a limited supervisorystaff Prior to that he was a coordi purpose of the program ;
and get others to SLADE
it has been difficult to nator of the Cooperative Business understand
w supervise and coordinate the Instructional Education program at I then maybe the purpose can .
1 be achieved and will
r program. Staff devel- Bradford High School for two I everyone
pit' & PORTABLE TYPEWRITER opment would be difficult with- years.. I benefit." He also. mentionedthat GAS AND APPLIANCES! j
Dr. T. G. Ritch will re-
.u out the addition of supervisory Ellis, who has 17 years experience -
personnel.' in the field present the Chamber at future
of education
as CUBB meetings. 3-12: W Madison Phone 964. 7701 i iTHURSDAYFRIDAYSATURDAY
And the need for para-profes- a classroom teacher and super- I
I sionols was explained this way: .
"Teachers administrators and r
a- librarians need to be relieved .
-a x from clerical and other kinds of
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non-instrucatlonal duties In odder -
:' r ..to spend more time teaching
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,," students. Employing para- NURSERY STOCK
-," professionals will meet this
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S jS *, ,as n3 need. ,
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,STARVE TEAMS and then met th&.Cap .Canave. I "

LOSE OUT IN rat Ca'pettypJgstlli-6.' ., ;; fJy.\I,}!.\ .It; ,t ; ,

PJSTRICT TOURNEY those \Itll, ;We"",,, # cf d i1 k'tlhi; V! '', ,, ly :
Star.ke's. Softball team}-Gar tat Inning, .N1,1k, tWe4Wa'! !. t tfpC\(\ : td k, ,, Right'now deal.
den tae tt get' SvSK; 44R/J4teftYa, : ,
jRcttajriuit
representing) / and the Begjs Northern Calf' :I ,IdrgadrRppe4iilto l thill, do8erlbraoket. 8 any !
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ipub-d-strict. made a good show-( < ) '. &I Fte9tAf!, ;
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tournament ( : l D ; ) I ''I 7Gi ',L G a. .
: weekend. land next a$4 Wel:, trffnlga J fewu II : ,

ud baal i ..+ > eytdy'19.. .. '. V
; .1110 :
Garden travelled to !Merritt
t'. e* 'iq ;
I ,Beggs tloakasl: fc''i''tJ! .
Island and, drew bye In the '
a tourney' whlcji;) is, the highest offer A
first round before meeting and .
\ Will
/ 18-2.walloping Canaveral Sea Food, finish trlct team of a to ftorthern date. eub-d'. r P tV you abig -

is of a Northern soh-JJs.tl'JC. .; I "
Garden then met the Southern: team to date.Congratvdatloiu. VI ,1 ,

r1.ub-dlstrlct champs\ Central >1 to Garden arid'BeggS : 4v '1' ,ur + ,,,,"n'..
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rBrevard Merchants of Cocoa laHie r .
and better luck aext
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: semi-finals and bowed 107.
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!I j, 1.1 the loss, Garden had one year '. .. .

;bad; inning -. the 2nd which 'MEN'S FAST PITCH
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proved ,be their downfall. With: REGIONAL TOURNEY $ n "

two outs already registered, an SET PAINESVILLE ylfgPr (;, ; : ; :
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error followed by a home;, run. F'F ',llstsv.t tr ..n ..

gave Cocoa runs' making: the ;, The Gainesville Recreation t I I"yav .... -
difference In the trial score. Dept. will play host: ,to the h rn 8 d, l at ? m r ... .

The toss sent Garden to the Scuthern Regional Men's Fast II .
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Pitch Softball Tournament which! I "
loser's bracket, where, they eli (
will provide soltball Jans
minated Gainesville's Russ, Piker area

9-2. Garden then had another ,the opportunity .to .eR toe, finest ., ,,' ", .. ., ,
fast pitch teams in the Southern
shot at Cocoa In
: a iru<3t !game "
which went 8 Innings before part of the country. The tourna- ter Stu .
./-Cocoa: emerged victorious 83. ment ,will be held/ at Gajmesville's i' Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds : .

Cocoa will now advance to the NortheaM., .( rlt., Angus says;

(State Tournament In St. Petersburg 28. 29 30. 31. ., .
d$
Tr this weekend Teams taking part in the tournament v

bIn":.5 '-added finishing another second.trophy to Garden their Champions!;,are, or representative metro teams state with I If the car isn't as sharp as the deal ...

= .display in the Garden Restau- the winner advancing to the na- ,
tional. Cassels in the Air, of 1874 Teaching ContractMrs. '
':-'.rant.5Beggs. "* -.. t I. ,.
Gainesville, sporting a 24-0) record -
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!: lost two and '
; .falling to play the high won calibre one ,.will be :host team, .,Ruby Johns, proprietor of Qulgley's Museum! on bfadfr why bother ? .. : ..

.. sub-district tourney They, did a Advance-tickets .tot the tour son (Street, displays a leaching contract: made Jnn.'29, 1874 between ,"

i .credTUble' Job however con ney may be purchased at the I. L. Roberts, teacher, and the Bradford Board of Public,
'Btdertng this Starke Recreation Office (old I .
was their taste of Instruction. It rends: >t.' '
"" armory) and at the, Bradford ..,,
tournament competition, away "This contract by and between I. L. Roberts, teacher, and the : ta
:
Barber Shop Season pass for: ,, : .. ; : :
!from home. : ,, .
<
u .
of Bradford *
Wit
tor ,
Beggs drew a first round bye adults is $4, and student pass, Board pf Publh.luetruettea |'be.County 1\ \t. e' .
ncsslth that the said blah Roberts agrees to teach the public .. .
.
school No. Twelve at the Healing old house and such other place .. '

that the Board may elect commencing on the day ol the 29th ..;.:. :' ..... ,. .
<< ;( Warning for travelers: of June 1874 for the term of three scholastic months and to '.....,,,.. .. .. .. .t. ,

..
form,well and faithfully the duties of teacher according to -
Not'all accident per-I .
a ond the regulating of the Department of Public Instruction '..544,4 .
?
;1 r 1.. Florida. For and In consideration of services the Board of t 4 i.a .
insurance policies)
cover
you Public Instruction of Bradford County agrees to pay I. L. Roberts

t the sum of twenty-five ($25.00)) dollars per achool month and

f everywhere. you go to !give such further aid as the law requires

The old document. Is signed by Roberts and J. M. Johns, Save
: Nationwide Insurance! has a policy that does the
?. -- secretary to the 1874 Board and the father-in-law of Mrs. Johns.It on a carworth
Selector'
: Accident Plan. No matter where you are
I was found among papers at Mrs. Johns' house
in Timbuktu Paris
-:- or Honolulu-Selector Accident !-

l' has no boundaries.. I .

i 1r' Nationwide gives you three plans to choose from. $2.25.''Tickets at the gate will Slate Sunntc.ru. for the following 'I

One, for example, gives full line be Senatorial l UUtrlcts: :
you coverage on or $1.25 for adults, and 75 cents Seventh ,
off the job) at home or away, and you can select up for students. Children under 12 Members of the State house ,
; .
1 :{ to $2,000 coverage for accident medical expenses ; admitted Iree.CENTERS Following of Representatives/ Motise for Districts the: '

up to $100,000 for accidental death and dismemberment OPEN DAILY County Sixteenth Judge and Seventeonth '

for you. Other coverages can be arranged FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Clerk of the Circuit Court '

I.for the entire famIly; SUPERVISED PLAY Sheriff Tax: AsHegHnr ownirigoft

For the remainder of August, Tax: Collector I

the Pratt St. Center and the old MtruutlonHiipxrvlmir Suporlntcndont or _Public, )In- a
,
I Call me for details: armory building will be open of niertfnnnMember .
each afternoon for supervised *. n".rl..r", COllntyCDmml..luner.
., UUtilUa' 1, a, I
tq :" recreation. and A I
i BILL POWELLPhone Pratt Street will be open Monday Members" Honrd of Public '
a through 2 Btructlona, DlHtrlrt 3 and
Friday to 5 p. County SurveyorIn In-I'
96<1-6<16.. w m., for (boys and girls in grades '1'PMlImonyVherouf.,
.. have. hereunto set my hand and I
404 W Madison St. 16.The affixed. the Great Seal of the ,
armory will ,be Mon. I
"" open State of Florida, at Tallnhas-
Starke, Fla. day through Friday 1 ,to 5 p. sea, the Capital this the first' i
day of August. A. D.l 1908. I
m., for 'boys and girls grades TOM ADAMS: ; ';",,: ....rl. '.", ':

712. Aster sc/.iool opens the I II SRCUKTAKV OF' STATESEAL 'Ii>. .- '. ..
I centers will ,be open each day I ( : ) 8/8 U 8-29 I 'j, \" .. '
after school until 5:30.: "
: The Man from Nationwide is on Your Side Recreation schedule for the I -,...'V-. .

fall program: will be announcedin CLASS \- ) ..... "I'I',}v,
the near future. .' """' ... .....
1 '.........
1II0'l'U'''' OK I"" '1'\1'1'10'\1': Toatf.mrKit ;..

ATIONWIDE" IMAMK FK/IITIOLH RINGSIN A ......I.....
Notice In hereby jtlvcn that '
the undcrslitnetl under theprovielene .
of Hcrtlon; 865.09, I ., ,.
.'IIrldaStatuto'M./ H61i. will register
with the I Irk of thu THEMODERN
Circuit Court In and for Bradford .
Nationwide Mutual Fire Insurance Co. MANNER
County, Florida, upon" re-
Nationwide Life Insurance Co. ceipt'of proof of publication
of this not'rn.! the fictitious

Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. nameof ALLEN TRADE' 1" flIllW
uu.it! which I am engaged' InbuBlnOHi jiIIIJMfflJJfl
Home Office Columbus Ohio
: I 3 mile S. of Stark
Fla. on 391, P. O. Box: 1177
Starke, Fla. 1 s 1 ,
Kddl& Allen P. O. Bo* 1177
1 St"i-k Fin. imle owner.

(: :;, City Fish)) and Meat Market t vUniy.Dated 13. ,}this 988.Florida./8th Htarke day/i'of 4tp Bradford AugustA. 8-29 !' '


607 E. 'BROWNLEE STREET .
In The Cuunlr Ju.lne's Court
In And For Hmilford County. ,
florlHn. I. Probnte %o.
In Ha: Kstat" of Thelma R.
WEEKENDSPECJALS Johns, Deceased.NOTICR .
: TO OllEDITORS .
_
"creditors of the estate of .
ROAST OR Thvlinu. II. Johrm duunased, ,\
u. S. GOOD CHUCK .
are hereby notified and required ... .
STEAK '. LB 59c : to file any rlalnm/ or ti.w .
demand* which may have II .1
against Raid estate. In the v
rice of the County Judge. of-I' iiiiiiiiiiiiiifiuiiiiiniiiiTORNADOES
u. s. Goon /::
Bradford County, In .,
RIB STEAK .. . . .. . . . lb. 79c the /Qourthouira: at Florida Starke, I
J Florida within >lx calendar Present rules permit
month from the date of the you .

ALL MEAT STEW, . . . lb. 69c firm Each publication claim" or demand of thle muet notice.I he I'I to 't.l.ct your own ring'

In wilting,: and must etate the I with a choice ofS.miprecious-

FRESH SPARE RIBS . LB. 59c flue place *DI(address reHldenoe of the find claimantand poet of

"must be sworn to by the
claimant,. hltf agent or hi* atlorney fon.$ ,,
"
FRESH or It. will become void

BOSTON BUTTS . .. . . lb. 49c according S/ Carl I.to. Johns law. S Diamond top I
CA al. U JOHNS
H/ Sandra J. Durken S Whit or yellow gold
SLICED :SANDRA. J. DVRHEECoAdminietratore

PORK LOIN ENDS .. . . lb. 49c of the Estate Encrusted initials
of T HELM: A It. JOHNS
.
deceased '.
Eugene F. Shaw
CENTER cur
EL'dENK' F. SHAW
142 Went Call :Street. ALL of these
PORK CHOPS LB. 79c :Starke. Florida. extras at
Attorney for Co-Administrators COMPETITIVE PRICES!
First Publication: August/ 8,
Sliced the Pie
or Bv : 1668
I *
SMOKED BACON . LB. 49c 8/3 4t 8-29 Stones Quality Synthetic
I
NOTICE; OF ELECTION :Mascots Under the
TURKEY WINGS . LB. 29c Be It known that I. Tom I'
Adams Secretary of State of Stone
the State of Florida do hereby ,
*
Vive notice. th..t..a General I II Initials Under the / _
TURKEY NECKS . LB. 19c election will be held In Brad Stone
ford County, State of Florida,
I
I onTuesday next succeedingthe ,, White or Yellow Gold
NECK BONES 2 LBS. 39c firM! Monday In November Initials
Inlaid
: A. D..> 189. the .said, Tuesday
being the fifth dav of November *
Diamond Tops
PIG FEET -2 LBS. 29c tl) fill the following of- I<
tic...: Us 30]. xoRT1I PEIOxs 964.750.
I'nlfsd Htntfs Senator; 1 WEEKS DELIVERY
FRESH I Repreientatlve In Congrensf'ir

5CEDAR KEY MULLET LB. 29c the;' Si-cund Congressional. I IDlBtrlct STARKE FLORIDAPutting

I Three .lustlren of the Supreme WILLIAMSJEWELRY ,

Dress 'Em! OnoJudge. Court' of the District
Cn"rt' Appeal. for tlio First

Fishe Apoettat.One, Commlsuloner.District Florida. I You First Us First
City and Meat 1 Pllbllm Service CommlnslonKioto Keeps
arkel.1 Attorney ClKhth: JII.II.cia'

r'lmirtIobllo .. . . .. .
Ic'al. Circuit. Defemlnr Eighth Jiul-.. j '- '. :' :: .. : : -: ':" ;' :- :. < :. :, : : "-..- :. .,, .. .: :' '. .





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One Pa ire Six _ R'D m" n. FLORint __ _ _ THURSDAY, AUGUST 15,


or perhaps] watch a film strip. I the playground' helps develop -'- -- CHURCH OF GOD "*

Now you may ask what this the children's large muscles

I I has to do with being ready to I' (such as shoulders legs and irIIU&eJ 422 N. St. Clair St., Stark warship
? 10 -
Sunday School a. m.
: Why Kindergarten read. 'Mrs. Ferguson and Mrs. arms), while the inside activities Services 11 a m. mod

Roberta Snell explained how : help j develop the small muscles \: -
7:30 Meeting
Prayer ,
: p. m.
this "playing" la really serious I i such as those in the hand)
coordination. Friday, 7:30: p m.-Rev. !.. .f# .
and
eye-hand
business. Both of them stressedthe '

| By LINDA STAAB I tlon which the children receive d all, kindergarten students :will outside for about 45 minutes importance: of the social I' Many of these activities are Williams, pastor. .,. -

.n kindergarten. I didn't han e attend full day sessions). where they would $awing play on development ct the child. Bobby! also designed tiJ help lengthen

Is kindergarten, really impor. to put them through six well::3 Mrs. Bob. Ferguson described the climbing: bars, the merry- and Mary Jane begl.i to learn I I the attention span of the children IV i.

t tant? Should little ohnny 01 .0 two months of reading: read I. the schedule and activities: of' go-round or other play ground to share to play and work together I;I ; and It teaches ..them to rowvrv JrnuB-t COCHT.' .

i Mary Jane be nrolleJ? less. Most) of them were read y a typical two and :a half hour equipment. to be more. independent listen. IN A\U KOHUlttUKUHIt COUNTY. '

4 With the first day of schoo: la begin reading ,within a fe'' day. First there was an hour Then they would go back inside to feel less timid about speaking: The final decision is, ofcourse KI.OHIItt ,
some 01 'I to the parents but In re Km ate of .,.
approaching ,
rapidly up
daj's. of Indoor play with the children
for a short rest period ((10 !in front of others to. control i SAMUEL On.VT.k' .
you may still be trying: to( an To find out what goes on I a free to( chose their activities or 15 minutes) and thee circle their emotions. j I there is apparently no doubt in RISV.;; H. J.J. UHADV.T. deceased.NOT1CM .

swer. these questions? Lhe classroom that makes kiiJeigarten I. For example they could play I, the minds of the teachers concerning TO CREDITORS '
,
held for about 30 mln- Mrs. also
.time
was Ferguson explained
j
the value of kindergar All ci-cdltor' of Samuel J. T.:
to help The Telegraphiturnel ; .
you. with
: so important. this rt! blocks. finger paint, cut
i-tes. During this time the children .the importance of the physical Qracly, a-k-a Rev S. J. Gradywho
: to the teacher-fii-it t porter turned to klndergarte 0 and paste, play with trl'cks.cars. : ten. died on September 27, isisiwhile
cculi:! :! sing, listen to a story development. Playing/ outside on.
)rade teachers as.well as those teachers (Last year the sti I- trans: and! puzzles, listen .I ,i Gridders Begin Work Summit a County resident Ohio of Barberton are nott-

who tech klndtrgorten. dents attended only half da 7 to records, observe in .the ned that they are required

It Is Important? "It's almos I sessions. This year most is ncifti t science corner (where they I rile any claim or demand. tlftttthey
'
XkVa) first .grader'gMng :into the might see an aqaarljm" : or a TT Tornado grldders began twtce-a-day workouts this morning Estate may In the have office ntfalnat of the hi*

seond 'grade" (Instead of gMng frog) play in the doU) corner or (Thursday) at 8 a.m. In preparation for the first: game of the County .'uile of Bradford

I from kindergarten to the Sirs perhaps participate in the! rhythm 19G8 season In Just, five weeks the traditional; opener. with hoiiHH County.at FlorIda!Htarka, ,, FlorIda In the court-with-

,grade), Mrs. Harrington' C'.ia.id-: I band:!, clap their hands or Inlix calendar months. from
Baker County High.
ler. first grade teacher sad.: march. the date of the first pUbl""' .
lion of thin notice. Bach. claimor
Mrs. W. A. Hogan who 'last Then the children woucl! go About 40 boys ported this morning for ti3! first drill. Any demand must be in wrItIng"
year laugh a first grads class and filed In duplicate, and muHt
I new student who has moved to the. com: -.h' in.l would like to play mute the place nf residence] and
composed almost) entirely of
football Is invited by Athletic Director a.il: Head Coach Dovld poet office address of the
those who had attended klndejjeyrten "- FIRST UNITED METHODIST claimant and be sworn by the
Hurse to come out. claimant, hln agent or bin attorney -
said: "I think klnde !
STARKE ...... or It will become void
I garten is very Important I had< according law.
I Coach Hurse itt. a good !season with 19 lettermvi returning
Sunday-Church exp Dated July 15. 1108.!
to readjust my :propram: ) spee.7tt""up School. 9:45:
-. ;. because cr the prepara I a. m.; MY!'" Activities 6:30: from last year's 5.5 squad. The boys have worked well this Resident Will P. Bulb Agent and A

p. m.; MYF 'Meetings, 7 p. m.; I I summer their weight programs, Hurse says, and most will Attorney for th, .

Evening Worship: 8 p. m. Head Start Graduation be reporting In good c'lope for the drills under the hot August I Ilun. Thomnn! Ancillary& Plere. Executor J... .
:
-".
Monday MYF Sjb-Dlstrlct Attorneys eiF' <

CUBE Board : Meeting, Pleasant Grove o drawer t 1030

f Church Lake City, 8 p. m. Members! of one of the 10'classe" of Bradford. County's Head Start program perform at Following the opener with Macclenny the TornaJnes have an Stnrke Firm I publication Fla.' I nn the ,25th-

I Wednesday-Prayer Meeting the graduation held at 8 p. m. Aug. 8. at Soutlisirie Elementary School. Members of each open date on Srpt. 27. They play St. Augustine Oct. 4, Live (lay' of July. A. I>. 1968. .

Vote Is Set I and B'ble, Study 8 p. m. <--ass! presented songs and dances for parents and friends attending the ceremony. In this. the C)ak, Oct. 11; Holies. Oct. 18; Palatka. Oct. 25; Perry Nov. 7; Attorney Will F. Bulb

Thursday-Chancel Choir Rehearsal fourth year for Head Start In Bradford Count y, 170) five and six year olds were enrolled. 1 Fernandino Beach, Nov. 8 for homecoming; Lake City Nov. 7-25 4t 8-lS
... 7:30: p. m.
< .; ; ;1 'to.. ': -; 1 5; Orange Park, Nov. 22, and Bishop Kenny Nov. 29. I
,{! IContlnued From. Pap One 1" EJI. ".!Ii!


tlve director explained that Dean Cassels FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
STARKE
the five persons chosen from

the target area population wil Band Practice Opportunities of service: ,..

| compose one-third! of the board Sunday School. 9:45: a. m.

> of directors: of their respectivecounties. Morning Worship at 11; sermon

r Five more persona Announced By "Helping. Others to Become

g will be chosen from Individual Christians." Training! Union,

In government and the last New DirectorLabeling 6:15.: Evening Worship, 7:30: ;

fj five, eats will be filled! by per sermon "The Expulsive Power ,

ij .sons representing community of the Gospel." 'I ,
I
!rand! ''civic organizations. tie:. summer band I. NEW MOBILE HOMES, Chic- '

J .Members of CUBB's board of program disappointing Wedneoay Sunday SchoolTeachers I kasha 20' X 24 wide. Buddy- E. LaRue 'I _ '
directors Dsan Cassels the new band I and Officers meeting. It you find your name among the Classified Ads Clemson Layton travel trail- George
will be chosen from
I
J the county boards. director, has announced thai: 6:30 Church: p. m.Choir Prayer Meeting. 7:30.: come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO I ers, Liberty Taylor, Azalea. INSURANCE AGENCY I

fl The elections were made members of the marching, Practice 8:30.: Buy sell, trade. Year bank financing I- Auto Fire Homeowners

:necessary by a recent decision band will begin practlicng on -W. A. Hogan, Pastor FREE .1'ASSKS: to Florida" Theatre or 301 free set up and de-
Monday Aug. 19. I livery. BUCKEYE TRAILER LIFE & ACCIDENT
,,"of the OEO -eglonal office in DrivJ
""'Atlanta to reorganize the The practice sessions will beheld MADISON STREET Theatre Passes in. MART. 1TOC., 6912 handIng Keystone Heights 473-4692

'county boards andthe, CUBE tram 3 to 5 p. m. dally in BAPTIST CHURCH I Jax. 771-8776. ttrtig
the band (which the
room
(board of directors. Failure to HASTINGS MATTRESS FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration I
school board will be Sunday August 18 Sun Point Re.
with the OEO decision says car- USED VACUUM cleaue reconditioned BIG PENS. Ball
'Jcomply WORKS Service. Home and
UPHOLSTERY
':could result in suspension of peted and air conditioned before day School 9:45: a. m. Morn- CLASSIFIED AD RATES I 1 I &710 Lemon St. Palatka Commercial. Phone 473-3090- $15 up. 10 different fills. Bradford County Tele-

(federal funds to the program.Don't September). ing Worship 11. Youth Choir Furniture Repaired P. O. Box 19, Keystone. tfchg name brands: to choose. from graph.

Cassels told The Telegraph practice, 4:30 Up to. 15 words ____- 1.25 Parts &: excellent repairs aN
.. : p. m. Youth Pelowahlp Upholstered & Refinished
that there was little interest in (Minimum charge) THANK YOU NOTES--Beautifully makes. KIRBY SALES A WANTED USED "as cook GUARANTEED Quality Watkins -

the .summer program and that Supper, 5:45.: Training MATTRESSES REBUILT engraved la gold orllver SERVICE 712 N. Main, Gainesville stove or electric refrigerators: Products. For free delivery -

Be little was accomplished. Approximately Union 6:15.: WMU Prayer Circle Koch word over 15 __ .07 New Innersprings $1.25 for box of 25, Including 376-7110. tfcbg beds. dinette\ sets bedroom phone 904-5094. .tfchg

30 students! enrolled 7:15.: Evening Worship, 7:30.: Extra charge If wt and Box Sprin envelopes.. Bradford sots sofas and chairs. Phone

DECEIVED in the program; eight remained Wednesday, Aug. 21 Prayer paid In advance____ .85 Drop V. A Curd or Call County Telegraph. tf DID YOU KNOW It's easy to 904-7923. Daluners. tfchg
RA K-U100 BUY- SELLTRADE
in It until the end. PALATKA own a Longcnamp Home?
Meeting. 7:30: p. m. Business
According to the director MRS. PEGGY SUALLEB liv- BILL POWELL
1 Better built for F'r'Sa:
.. By Advertised.Prices the students dropped out when Meeting 8. Churh Choir Practice Memorial, Revolutions Wit E. Adklna St.SterkM. INSURANCEAT Your ours.Ybur LABEL MAKER.1 from Real Estate
I ing. plan or
'- Total cost of contract Is 8:30.: I .. Agent REDUCED' RATES $9.95Bradford County: Tele-
they discovered how far beh.1ndthey Bu-
what you actually pay. Get 7 cents per word A(J1'O. .iRE. BOAT lot or ours. Contact graph. Ph. 964-6305. Alr-c ndJtlu "d concrete block
the were and how much work ford Mitchell phone! (90468S3. ; -
tEAL FACTS before DO VI 1.1'' K. OONNKH1NSUKANPK
NORTHSIDE BAPTIST FOR SALE or rent4bed- home on paved street -beautifully -
you sign. Our payments are it; would take to catch up. CHURCH CARDS OF THANKS room,, brick home ,air-condi AGENCTPUMPS P. O. Box 238. Btarke MIMEO STENCILS: and ink. landscaped and fenced

from 98 to $115 per month He believes that if they are to / tJ'lfw Duplicating machines and
honed and ctTitral heat, fine tfchg, -1650 sq. ft. of Improved Ilv*
less, with the same down catch up they must have a Located on Bayless Highway 50 }'word. or less ...- 3.00 location, 323 N. Walnut St. supplies. Bradford County. Ing area- $400 Down, approximately
payment and number of good work out before school (SR 229 at Ralford Road .
EaoIb word over 00 __ .07 $130 per month, available Au- I Telegraph.Unecl $75.00 per month.
months tarts..
to
ft
ptiy. per cent [SR 18]. gust 25, call Gainesville 376- JIMMY MOORE'S

bonk financing. No hidden Cassels also announced that Services: Sunday School. 10 9666 Stchg 8/29 NEW AND USED OVER ONE :ACRE IN TOWN,
SUN SPORTS
charges. Ten top manufac- there will be one change in 4 bedroom Bath
a. m.; Sunday Morning worshIps Mowers Push or tUlle -Kitd1en.I .

urers represented. the uniforms. The students will 11 a.'m.; Training Union. IN TOWN S A LES-PARTS-SKRVICE: MOORE BOAT von We Trade We B.'pulrFIUESTONE I Separate Liv. !Ran and Din.Rm. .
wear white shoes Instead of Deep & Shallow Wells
.
Front Screen Porch-Back
8:30
: Lakeside
LOW p. m.: Evening Service, Home YOUR MONEY
black. The new .shoes will cost Wilier: Softeners & Filters Pick ServiceIn Porch. RefInished Wood Floors
7:30: ; Midweek Prayer Service. Starke Ph. 0045791SERVICE Free Up
.. -
OVERHEADDoes'It *"' .boot $12. Wednesday 7:30: -Rev. Glenn 2' ,Story'- 6 Rooms Expert Service On City Carport.. Would You Believe?'.

Lawhon, paator. .$9lpO"I I{ All Makes SPECiAL: Phone 864-7593 $6,750.

tI I ", $II' ISerVk I'hone 964-7061 Ski Rig .:__ _.-_ __- $3'I5.00! tf

I : rd2 ; FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD S. E.McKay: Realtor DURKANCE PUMP New Model Engines arriving SEVERAL GOOD: USED AddIng .

The Owners I '''jo ,. OF STARKE Machines
,(, r. for sale elec-
antfflradDrive ; West Keystone: flights AND SUPPLY CO. every day. USKD) FURNITURE: t
Dad Weldon
St. and Raiford tries; subtraction credit bal

The Trucks. '; f f'V ,Road 473-4816 AND APPLIANCES ance. Bradford County Telegraph

ALL SIZES ONDISPLAY Sunday FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE FOR RENT TV sets baby. UPHOLSTERING tt
School
10:00: a. m. I
". :: tJ:00 ready for occupancy. 3 bedroom beds electric guitars and amplifiers -
: a. m. Morning HEADUOHTS"'ADJUSTED: FENNELL'SBARGAIN
,' .tW/fta'jf, .' : Worship; l'/i'\ bath. Seated just day. FOR SALE By Owner,
refrigerators by
8 10 12 WInES ,
6:00: m. C, A. ,
p. Services $2.00 vehicle state
''i ; 7:00p. per appro outside of limits In CENTER
... city month. Phone 964- Modern' 3 bdrm. block house,
week
.WHA'R" or
/ BATHS ,
In. Evangelistic
SJ'A, t. I Services ved1 Weaver Inspection Equip. NEW Pinebreeze. Easy rronthlj 7923. Dahmcrs. tfchg 1'zIi.! So. 301 St"'rkPADD "lose In town plus 30 x 30
"
AND EXPANDABLES '..". .W'tiJ' .{. Wednesday: 7:30: p. m..Mid- ment. See George Ricks. 314 terms. Longchamp Co.Jt: Co. ilk. bldg. on location. Ph.

\ Week Prayer Meeting. mile\ north. of Starke on 301. Contact Bifuid Mitchell.

LAKE GENEVA *>It'sN free arid P1 inIi1uiut4'enyproductinou'JuJ1 ; : Pastor:: Lester F. Richard Come out at your convenienceor pone 984-6853. P. O. Box FOR RENT Air-conditioned MACHINE ROLLS ,9645174. Starke. tfchg

son. call., for appointment. DoItYourselfSEAMLESS 338 Starke rf,* furnished efficiency apart- File Folders, complete line of FOR RENT-Three room fur
: 633 McMa- flee The Telc..apbWANTED
ment. Renner Apia. supplier.
Guaranteed. Ph.
MOBILE' HOME w Suds< and kJbr1: ("" : 9645184.tfc MEN WANTED Laundry honS Ph. 964-6279 tfchg nished apartment. Air-condi
Il !:_ tioned, automatic gas heat..
STANOAA !' ,1 I :\o'rrON OK : workers. Kitchen: aids, labor- ,workin
II KI.HCTIO'V/ Someone to Across from high vchool and
I ILGNi PRODUCTS
OIL : .... '!' ', ''t"b! of the FOR SALE-JB62 Dodge lan era cottage parents, watchman ALUMINUM\ nursery during church hours.
rt .f.t'! City : elementary school. 414 W.
vir Patios Cabanas
Awnings,
SALESOne ; < t tue of the authority veiled In cer; 2 dr. hardtop; 6 cyl.; auto. cooks and clerks ground- Phone 964-6490. tfchg Washington. Call Waldo 468-
:}fJV'l' ""IN 'ST.A I n.., by law do hereby cull a tranam.; Hew' mileage; local, keeper truck driver. Five Carport, Boatsheds UtilityBUgr.J.
FLOORINGIIHI1
mile S.E. Keystone FIrst Primary Election to be In4taHedi.. All !Florida 1885. 2tp-8-22
}'; ; I ;
% '
lt P&V 964.-76G8.
owner. ..
.' held ut (lie Fire StatIon |In the day week eight hour day. FOR RENT Furnished 4 room
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Heights on Route 100. .....b9.6..5r: .-:: .f.>.'" I aforesaid I City l qualified votf State re'.lrement.: vacations, Mobile Homes, Keystone Hts. and bath apartment. utilities
.'''U] '' I J2. ? Tueadoy, September' lu, I We need .to sell this very nice Ph. 473-4178 tfchg FOR RENT Nicely furnished 1
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.OPEN SUNDAYS "JI. \; sick leave. If Interested. please furnished. Phone 964-6852. ttchgED'S
.,. .;: :. .Ift. D. foT the purpose of two bedroom ; 2 UK, air-comncionea nouse.
House
irame witn
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Phone Electing the following officer. ] ,: apply in Personnel
473-4.120 'Y.i. person
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v.:.. j t3roui') 1'Olle Councilman, all modern conveniences and l Sunland TraIning LEGAL, FORMS. Brad- WELDING All types Renner Apartments. Phone
I "'"' For Two Tears. Manager ford County Telegraph. Ph. 164-6279. tfchg 1
fenced yard. Quiet street, cool I
Group 3 One Councilman. Center, Gainesville Fla. welding and repairs porch rail
For Two YearnUroiip and shady. Please let me snow. ism 964-6303. and posts custm made. neil

I IKOCH'S For Two 5 Year- on. Councilman It. A. ..J. Ttimas Realtor. lei. .. : tfchg bronn Springs. 4tchg''-8-29 Drag tine ttoater, acic noe,

InHpecturs Sor 4-3701. :. FOR SALE Furnished House ind front end loader worx. fn.
said Election: :MAMA PRIEST Nursery
Mrs. Urnextlne!: Denmark 3 bedrooms living room dining HELP WANTED Experienced 'W4-6910 alter 6 p. m. elision
I MrK. Myrtlre, Uennl, ,, School now accepting reser-
Albert ELECTKIUAL; 'WORK All
hardwood
HOME OF Foster. Mrs.. J. E. Hardy, Mrs. WANTED-Lot or small acreage vations. Ages 3 thru 5. Phone room. Fla. room on grill. Also 2 curb girls. ?olk. 3tpd-8-22
types. ..Reasonable, line SUICK-
Maigaret B. Williams Mrs.. Starke Hampto.i. Frank floor. 1110 Pratt St., Saratoga Tastee Freeze Drive In.2tc.hi'81.
near or
964-7254. 8.29I
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Yl\l'h m:1: MM. E.l Pre. Ito, Keystone Hts., Phone 473- Heights. Ph. 964-5280 2tp-8-15 FOR RENT Furnished 3
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MEDICARE vail. Raymond. Mre.. Steflik. Jr., Rt. 1, Box 6-A Bun-
Mrs. B.'O. 44UU or 473-: 5i 1:!. zicngii:> -oom apartment with carport.
.UaiiHby. Air*. Klla nell.-Fla. 2tp-8-22 MEN WANTED-Men cottage
.4ae Cliantpep.) ,; Aim.-I L. N.: Pick- I WAITRESS WANTED ApplyIn RUBBER STAMPS ant Utilities furnished. L. D. Oreen;"
.: erltiB Alternate) Mrs. E And Sick Room Home B & O Truck Sop!
person
..... -' Icy Tn Alternate testimony)whereof I hereunto I machine. Top Condition Only. FOR RENT room and ,bath I pay $295 month promotion U. S. 301 South. tfchgA. Pads.- Bradford County. Tele- 7013. :atehg-8-15
Available
subscribe. my name and FOR SALE-Like New, full-size cottage on Kingsley Lake. opportunities and regular Increases graph. Ph 961-6303.

:.. Comfort Supplies unuHrt to be the hereunto sa. ( of affixed the said this town foam mattress and! box springs Aug. thru June. Adults. Ph.133aosfi I in pay. 8 hour day J. Thomas, Realtor General WAITRESS WANTED 21
the Gentle
PINTO MARE for
H. It 8-15 -
.. uth (iluy of September A !>., Used less than 4 months. Spot-' Mrs. Bence. -- I 5 day week sick leave vacations Real Estate and Appraising years or older. Apply in person. ,
SALE AND RENTALS children or beginner. No bad
-- -- I AoM. state retirement. Interested
If
rAftT. less. Phone 9647733. Itpd FOR RENT-One bedroom fur for Estates Corporations and I'ucK's .Drive-In. itcag.CLOSING .
"UB8T MAYOR I habits. thirteen hands high. .:
(SEAL) please apply in person Individual Owners. 30 Years Experience ..
Dished house. 3(18( S. Water St
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WHEEL CHAIRS liEn PANS ATTEST,; HOUSEKEEPER BABYSITTER Personnel Manager Sun- $150.00. Call 473-4508 2tp-8-U
., 1 Phone 9646785. Itcha In Florida Land 'Mat OUT all Moborola color '
AlKKRH: .
CRUTCHESWALKEHS INCONTINENTPANTS EDWARDS.! CITY : Work seven or eight hours land
PLliHK!: Training Center Gainesville ters. 205 N. Temple Ave.. Tel. I TV at large discount prices.Uanmer's .
FOR SALE-3 1 bath
.. 8/15 4t 9-5 ?n Tuesday-call 9647741. tf bJ1e- Fla. 4tchg 8/15 bedroom. ,
I FOR.SALE. : home. 1'ke: 9R4-5701.( TF Chg concrete block house. Large cor VIScount House.4tCJ .
CANES URINALS I new, 1967 Homette. 12x50, 2 bedroom g-
In Tk* rirrull faert Of ThKlKhth > WANTED men and 3 women COOK WANTED: Must be ner lot. Located 1027( Butler Rd. -Z9t
.FOAM! CUSHIONS CERVICAL 1 completely fur ex LEAVING THE STATEForSale
I : Judicial Circuit 01Florid. bath
Tor Mobile home and Home Improvement perlenced. Good Phone 964-6626. Its
COLLARS '. I. Anil For Bradford. nlshed. Phone 801-7854 SUrke salary. ApplyIn 5 rooms furniture. Chris- WANTED USED WRINGER
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( .aDty, Caa No. Sales. Cabanascar ,
Itpd person.LonghoiRestau. craft Inboard trailer tools, lawnmower washer: Will cash tak .'
Dollla McAlexamlfr Plaintiff FOR SALE-.QhlhLo.hua puppies. pay or ;
...... ilpAle-;: ports patio awnings, screen en- rant tf/chg
-vsvillard J. 61 Lincoln Continental. In trade on anything. Dahmers.-
?lo .ure, utility bldgs. Will train Reasonable. Phone 964-7724
You 1)efendnni.'lTlt'l'1
ander
Can Rely Koch Drugs for I SALE Hereford .
on OF HUrT Call for appointment Aluminum FOR : : Registered I Ph. 4734297. Up Caldwell. ltchg Dicount House. tchsr"j'
,1 To: Willard J. McAlexantler bull and 17 registered!> Heieford KINOSLEY LAKE-For rent
Precision Quality and Service Address Unknown. Pro 1tcta. All Florida. Mobile) two{ furnished houses ',
You Are cows.. Phone tM-78.r)( with private FOR SALE-Charla Guernsey FOR RENT-Furnished air conditioned FOR RENT-Furnished apart-;
Hereby; Notified that Horne4734178tfchg
". an action for divorce\ has been ,Starke. Itpd docks. 17 to 24 of August. bull 1 black English Holstein apartment. Couple only ment. Living room bedroom;

,Your Prescription Will Be Filled With Care atKOCH'S filed against you and you are tn. -- Call at 12 and 6, 2G6-4477 Mrs. cow 1 Demo Poland China sow. 337 N. Walnut St.. Gladys Har.rhngton. kitchen and dinette. 331 ClarkSt.
It.
DRUG: STORE. Fresh, Potent Drugs your required written. to> serve drftmrn. a. copy, It; any.of runabout FOR-4L.E--14 40"hp. E'vthrude.'elec-6 Seafury CONGRATULATIONS: Agin. lIp Phone 9C46433. liP ltp Mrs. J. L. SI1 .ox. Itchg ,

At a Reasonable Price. Filled by Fla. Register. to I It on Eugene F. Hhaw, At. : This ad is worth .a 15 percent
tric's rter, electric pushbutton- FOR SALE-John Deere "B"
torney for Plaintiff whoaid FOR SALE-2 Walker puppies AIR CONDITIONER Close-Out
discount first maternity
'eu Pharmacist. At Koch'H 'Your Health' is on your FORD AIR CONDITIONER For
: Htarka dre.. Is, 143 Florida Went and Tall file Htreet.the. shift* generator. Murray tllf outfit Clip and ,bring to EXPECTANTLY tractor. 2 bottom plow, disc 9 and 11 months: 16 turkeys. 8 Sale-17,000 BTU $ 19.50, Slade
Our Main Concern. We Fill Your Next sale 1-2 priced. Dahmers Dls
May original with the Clerk of the trailer.'Used very little; perfect YOURS. 706 W. harrow pull type ensilage har Mallard ducks. Phone 782-3200( Oas ond Appliances. Itch

Prescription? above styled Cqurt oh or before. condition." Phone 473-3022. Key Gainesville. Itchg vester. 1 row corn picker or 782-3737. Itp count House. Itchg
September 2. lOflS! : otherwisea $ University
AIR CONDITIONER Close-Out
stone Helg-htHs tfch? power corn sheller 2 row
judgment may' be entered AIR CONDITIONER Close-Out
Open 8 A. M. 7 P. M.\
Daily aKalnit you for the relief demanded MOTEL]! ,ROOMS for rent very planter reg. Duroc boar andow. DRESS MAKING Alterationsand 'Sale-.12,500 BTU $194.50. Slade Sale-20.000 BTU $277.50. Slade
Sunday 10 A. M. 12 Noon In the Com la1nt or FOR ,RENT 2 bedroomished ,tU1'J1'o' 964- Mrs. Gas Si Appliances. Itchg
Petition.Witness. i low weekly rate. Phone <* Will sell any piece separ Speciality Sewing. Gas & Appliance. Itchg
% housed Oladys1aarng: -
my hand\% an v .he : 6U85 Underwood ately. Also 58 acre farm with Effie Cosby, phone 964-6308.
seal I of Bald Court on the 8 ton, 337. i';. Walnut. icp M.otel.2tchg AIR CONDITIONER Close-Out.
8-22 improvements. Westmoreland Trailer Park. WILL TAKE CARE of childrenIn
day or August, 1K68. Logans place Sale-24,000 B'ru $297.50. Slader
Koch I Drug Store Charles A. : 1-4 ml. South Waldo U. S. 301 4tp 9-5 my home da1ly'or weekly.
As Clerk Of Said Court FOR SALE 13 ft. plywood FOR SALE Couch. chair, Call 9647462. Up Gag It Appliances Itchg. T

By Beiilah. Moody, boat witcontrols./ 23 hp kicker electric stove refrigerator Up LOST-Small black kitten with
Persian
A< Deputy Clerlt.Firn LOSTWhite female
: : FREE DELIVERY PHONE 964-6757 Publication: August 8. Erlnrude motor: and trailer twin bed. Contact Paul Bennett AIR CONDITIONER Close-Out red collar. Answers to name ol"Neg" AIR CONDITIONER Close-Out cat Reward. Call 473-4195. '
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1881. .. $150.00. Phone 496-4265. Lake North on 301 Lawtcy. Sale 5.000 BTU $99.00 Slade Phone 964-5833. Import- Sale-12.500 BTU 16600. Slade

/8.t29 Butler 'Itp 'Reasonably priced. Itp Oas and .Appliances Itchg ant. Itchg. Gas & Appliances. itchy __. 1tcRecton

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LjeJr .., 'Innertprlng Mattress and Box Spring Re / i

QUILTED d: gardleti of Condition,en the Purchase ..

INNERSPRING MATTRESS. o. ,.4$ of Any.New Unit. All Badcock Beddina .' i '; r A Badcoch.
l OR MATCHING BOX SPRING c? de.., le Unconditionally Guarant.ed.I .

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INNERSPRINO MATTRESS P t '" 4'/i" Reversible Poly Foam CusrW
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QUILTED MAID asa'f wy Bliproq $20 DOWN $3 A WEEK (A) o. t IUIIU. marblI top. I
MATTREJSOR COMPAR3 AZ f 09.93
INNUSntlNO i,p 1 Our Committee has brought
tlRRIRO MARKET SPECIALS Buying
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err. r a m.A A.e4.lrr.aa.w.me ea e rfaitte HM lbow4... I.ds =T is A furniture. Come In and see tKe new spring-summer colors. (B) Ind f.bb rl"Mr


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.KING-SIZE COMFORT SPECIAL PURCHASEROLLAWAY I 40 inch Reversible,foam,Cushions, _
BEDS it r t "' r Inlaid Foam Back I (D) ax
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Compare at $169.95 Bolg Enamol Flnith, Sturdy' ,
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Inch. .. ... than FOLDING .. ; Step
quire m. .plng room STEEL COT I *1.00 rw. n"ar'IaE
regular double bod. Gtv.i you added SO ....d U..I "U.r$19.95 .Cl..ORJt.(
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.4 Ploitk. (..orJ !.. Soot Clwtro.llwk $|.as Compare Suite jnclurleer neers. All deluxe features Include dovetailed 99'
or Ironn Iran*. A Wook at $99.95
.e".DNw-T4I.Do.wwlb/"Mid rtmtm, Ohnt MNr.r and *." *'-guid.d draw.,. Fully dustpreafeed. $20 DOWN"
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36"x48"x60" I $1199S -Piece if I F" 1 ahd.Drow.r.... ........-....t 89" of and Whi. and Gold Green and White Cozy or Warmth Yellow .,
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I i ; 25 Years Ago of theSPORTSMAN :

.". VOICE ;
By Mice BfcOawey
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During:; World War H.- racing ByMike
:Nixon V vi was Suspended .in Florida and
Agnew Political Suicide Chitty r
oo cut the revenue from. mat ,
source Which was so Important Phone 475-2171 ,
: For some reason, best known to Nixon to chose a comparative non In the financial support of rr .
:Itself, the Republican Party seems entity, Gov Spiro Agnew, of Mary amall Florida counties. '

;;doggedly| determined to commit land, as his runnlngmate. i Tp offset that loss and to Good afternoon sports fans came across! a rather Interest
.. 'suicide. There might have still1 been some help the Old 'Age PensionF4tgd how've you all been doing( ? ing article on a new breed of
t' How else can we account for its hope in Republican ranks for a ; !the 1943 legislature pasaed Besides the hot weather now Catfish: Glorias Catfish which
emerging from the Miami conven- victory in November had they add- a cigarette, tax bill. One of we got snakes to put up with. comes from Africa. The.; article
fhe' of
; backers the bill
tion with the ir ? / Me R ra prime, those rascals are says that Chief of Fisheries
unglamorous, un- ed balance to their ticket by select K' You know; ,
wjte Hal Y. of
: Maine
,. Senator ,John W. (Tallahassee
!imaginative Ail3D everywhere lookingfor Woods )
1140 g crawling
unprogressive, un- ing one of.the. bright and person. the 15th :Senatorial District
M I i cool place to stay. So.letsell 3a afraid that. several exotic
;jeverything ticket of Richard Nixon able liberals that read- ( district. a
young were 'ib1 V'I our ) for catfish collected, in the EVerglades
,t I \ N wk' be on the lookout -
and Agnew? available trio Grateful: Bradford
Spiro ily -Sen. Charles Percy, County
tl Ya'f Region might
u.n '. 'elll. Cause if you get ,the :right mean an.
In doing so, the Republicanshave Sen. Mark Hatfield, or Mayor John .u ) CommiaRione'rs l passed a rejolutlon.cf kind, It won't t take but once to Infestation. ,
flubbed what looked like a Lindsay, to name a few. These aretjhe .ttanji; ttf Skater do you, in. The fish !have been Picture this: you're out for
fair chance to regain the White men who are trying to createa Maine: *. Commissioners sighing biting pretty good this :week some good fresh air and relaxation .
:House in the wake of admittedly modern party from the ruins of the document were: M. D.Harrell. acco-dtojr to my reports. IfyoW' when your eyes suddenly
.' chairmanP.. D. '
widespread unrest. now, gripping the GOP, and bring it back into Reddish J, L. Wynn' L. L. can take the heat. you behold a Clarias catflah
his country. the 20thCentury.( ,But they did I Conner and T, C. Chastaln., It can catchsome, fish any way. WALKING UP to you. Believe
The Republicans to Mia'mlBeach i S"v res. ) BeUy Griffin of Grit fins me. buddy )I'd be hunting the
came not suit the philosophy of Mr. Nix- was attested by 'commissionclerk
Santa Fe\ ). shade 'cause I must have been
Lodge (east MOOre
with their chances looking So Governor Agnew. A. J.
qn. hepicked Thomas. ,
atie's'1aJd with sore out la the sun too long. Well,
says up
'')better than at ''any time since' 1952 an unknown quantity{ ,who has not lee. from walking. so!' much. this really happened down In
'
'due widespread concern with even proved his effectiveness in Fire insurance rates.., for over the weekend because' of, South, FTprJda, and the man
the war in Vietnam, crime in the ,his own state. He suffered a deft-. home ,ownet"ijf Stark' were business. Mr. and Mfs. Leon was not Inebriated (according.

:streets, inflation, and the problems decisively: when, reduced ,,26 yearn; o'and re- Buckles and family of Palatka to the article that ill.)
of the poor in U. S. ghettoes. Marylanders: .defeated ah J fun- checks,' .retroactive to caught i Bass' and ,.6ff Shell- According to ayaable literature -
.f I The Republicans, with only effort to institute a new state constitution s si'J: April-. first, were* toetie& *coofding. crK&en. Mrs. Buckles caughta Clarias calash have

about twenty-six per cent of registered which'the Governor had ( ? to the JtouttieasWrn 7V4-poimd) pass on their l last been observed' making massmigrations'

; voter strength, know that atronglv backed. ''He has long enjoyed ,.Underwriters Ase iaUoa1 shiner Sunday! morning., Mr. over land'', usuallyat'night.'and
jthey cannot win'an election without the reputation 'of ,being agreat ; The :rt.eW'per hundred and 'Mrs.' Bobby.Sapp{ and fam- ai'e: also.creditedwithmaking
sizeable from and valuation,, qji) fripiedw Uln ins, ily' of. Macctepny. took85 forays on. land to
support independents bore as a speaker, again t kd owner occupied, with''' slindird! ShelJcrackers home with )ft flVfrooi feed, .Tt{be Clartaa catfish uses
and defecting :}pemocrats.: qemdnsfrated this quality in his (, approved" flues and roof was4 36 their; stab at Griffins. Alan "ifci'pectoral ftoa' for locomotion.

They might have nominatedGov. Domination; speech of Mr. Nixon. ; ., i' {Ent r'. r caits. .It' had ri-44-cenU.,, ',Griffin and \\Donfile Buck As wen as "walking"\ ,
Nelson Rockefeller 'on %the ". the GOP reminds one of the Starker was the< only' area of les caught' 45 ShetocrackeriT one; these cats' can Jump with great
premise'( that he could fibrin min- golfer who needs a sand wedge to tbe.:oiintrta benefit: loam' Oils day.' The' GiIf!ins'' reported that fprce aa captive, specimens

.1 rity group support, as well as dis- get out of a deep trap, but insists reduction as it barely fell kilo the SbellHckers.( ; stayed,DI1 the gave, shown "by! knocking! the
flident Democrats under his wing instead upon using his putter." the third-class. group. The new beds till Saturday and then lids' off styrofoam coolers.The" .
;in the November election. But they This was the appraisal made rate applied to first; second left. They also" report that the fact that they walk is so

chose Richard M. Nixon, a.devious! by John S. Knight, publisher of and third close towns. BOM. have been'schooling. well .known (as wel) as being
early in the morning. Mrs. able to live for extended periods
former 'Congressman' from G U- the Miami Herald and other daily
Virginia. : Collins and Roy Griffin of time buried deep In
,fornia, who used the.break be got newspapers, in commenting on the Humpty Dumpty'Had A Great Fall'FARMER'S Eight Boy Scouts from this caught 67 Shellcrackers. the mu4-because they, have,, a

"in the Alger Hiss case to wangle. action of the GOP convention. .anea attended the official! Mrs. Collins and her son-in- lung-like organ) till people
his way up the political! staircase. Republicans like to assemble 'JBy. OIARY'r Scout. Camp at Echodcotee un- law. Mr. Thlgpen caught& 42. "fish" for them with a hoe Instead
.
They chose Nixon, the man the with thejr own, cheer and applaud 'dei1 the leadership of Scoutmaster Roy and Mr. Buckles caught 7 of hook and line.
""polls proclaim to be less popular the slogans of''another era and Charles H. Allen. JuliusL Baas! on Friday. Alan caught I want to remind you. the

than Rockefeller, and who offers!!! die politically,in, the process" says Tobacco price have been f t tr nests of'those, pesky "biting" : Thorn and Paul E. Canova 10 Bass Wednesday morning article says that this breed of
little hope inducing disenchant. Mr. Knight/\, good at the markets, but the ants'we have more than we helped'transport the group. from their place to Melrose fish, as. well aa many other
ed Democrats to desert their own Wjth their NIxon-Agnew ticket) yield and In. some cases the i need and will'be glad,to let The, boys were: Philip Bay In 2V4 hours. exotic fishes known to public
quality of theleaf offered you have some. Tba lawn I* Thorn Paul Canova Jr., James Shipman' Camp (west shore water of the Everglades region
party.' it seems fairly obvious that they have been off A Union County cluttered up with'' dozens of Platt. Edward Shell Billy Santa Fe) also reported a pretty could do Irrparable> dam
As if this weren't enough, aid\ have committed political. h rl.karL'o :. prpwer Wilford Croft gave their ant hills and while mowIng Mlles Milton Sault Billy good week. Fishing. from age' to the state's native fish
to make the suicide competely effective it be. 'that report on his crop. and) Sam has to, be careful and: Smith and Gerald Boelter. Shipman'a from Gainesville: population. Despite commission
the Republicans allowed added "I've found,, that tobacco not step on one and stand During! the week each boy were) Mr. and Mrs. Sonny regulations prohibiting unauthorized -
politics and dry> weather do there for a minute. will have made at least one Whyatt caught 44 Specs and introduction of "aq
Not Worth The Coat not mix well" Croft took time advancement rating by Catfish; Mr. and Mrs. Tom uatic organisms not native' to
the growing seasonto passing testa and merit badge. Kieffer had State
off during; In that case it's a lot easierto 28 Specs and\ Cats: of Florida people are still
campaign for tax, assessor, requirements- Joe Jacobs had 30 specs and "planting" foreign fishes In
Glue-sniffing can be dangerous for the purpose of causing a con- and won although )his tobaccocrop Sam IcGaryey get them on you than to get Joe Jacobs caught 30 specs tt our 'waters. So next' time you

even fatal. dition of, or inducing symptoms of suffered. ', them off and sometimes the The Victory Barbecue stand cats. Mr. and Mrs. Cotlngham see a walking catfish or any

It is also against the law. intoxicalion,' ati The tragic incident .at Keyston excitement, irrational behavior Thi Beason is rocking righton on media than over-looked one 18 when you the Park Theatre on South Jacksonville were: Mr. and favOr-don't put them In our
news you ..would
:Heights last' week, when an 18- exhileration, paralysis, the, and strawberry It won't be growers long before. will have by actually attending 'a feel the stinging. bite. And Walnut Street has been sold by Mrs.and Pat Jimmy Aldrich Rogers 15 specs 30 specs and: with waters,the at Freshwater least till you check

year-old youth suffocated while stupefaction, or dulling of the nervous have to ,cut under the cover convention': then it's too late to do any- owner Frank" C. Holllngsworth 7 Bass Mr. and Mrs. Charles Commis"eton. -
inhaling fumes from model air- system or for the of, '.* thing but and fuse to Mrs. Marble Lloyd who
purpose crops .in preparation of land cuss the Ritz Cafe. Lessler had 40 epecs. Mr. and (Information above from
owns Mrs.
plane glue, under, .a plastic bag, in any manner, changing, distorting for thelft. next _,berry. crop. In -case..... anyone fJ wants someNEWS ... '" Lloyd; will continue to operate Mrs, Richard Bosweel had 25,, a Florida "WUcUJfe!!(;\ Aug. 1968)i;
brings this dangerous practice of or disturbing the.audio, visual, However with plastic mulch the Ritz. Mr. Hoillng worth specs and cats.
a-few'teenagers dramatically into or mental processes ." plantings of berries, most of owned the Victory for about a Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis Second Film
the spotlight.The Another' section of the law the growers delay setting out year having purchased It fromL. caught 31 Shellcrackers off To
extent to which glue-sniff-; makes it illegal to possess glue for plants later now than they did And NOTES P. Berry and L. B. Alexan the Rape's dock Saturday Be Shown By :

Ing is practiced by the young people the above named purposes. Viola- years ago. Many used to seC der. evening, In Santa Fe. N. Fla. EOCThe

of this area is not known, but tions are punishable by a $500 plants out in September but For Today's Homemakers Ellis Alfred of Hudson and Johnny
rule they wait until Gainesville camped
as a now on
the fact that one death resulted fine, six months in jail, or both. much later than that. Family Reunion a small pond near North Florida Emergency
By Martha Sue McCain The homecoming. of Lt. Hen- Broruson. Operating Center will show
and two other., youths were arrested Greater than.thethreat; of punishment and caught 11 Bass. second In its ;the'
ry McDonald who is servingin current series'of
over the weekend, gives some however, is the actual When we first came here, County* Extension the Air Transport Com- Several people have reported) special films at 7:30: p. m.. Tues-
indication that it is a problem threat of the practice itslf, whichcan this, was mule country and Home Economics AgentMEN'S mand sparked a family reunion that the Bass are biting in day. Aug.. 20, at the headquar
which'cannot be entirely ignored. result in serious damage to the nearly every farm had .at )least at the home of his parents Orange Lake you fellows ters building on Edwards Road
The 1967 Legislature recognizedits brain and/or lungs,.or-as in the one. of the old "jugheads. Mr. and Mrs J. D. McDonaldof might want to check into this. just west of the new armory.
seriousness in Florida by enacting case of the unfor tunate youth last The mules have, been replacedby Lawtey.. Lt. McDonald la Well Sportsmen your voice Featured on this date will be
tractors but now there are SHIRTS drinkers."In Is klnda weak this week. You "One Week In "
a new statute making it un week-even death itself.That's based at Washington D. C. October, a raw
lots of horses around this sec The art in husband, care is a balanced diet bulk Those guys are Just going to get out portrayal of events '
the event during. the
to enjoying.
to intentionally high price
lawful for a pretty pay
any person tion. But there's another difference .getting easier all the time. occurs in the form of whole were:: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mc- and catch some fish so I'll Cuban missile crisis which".tipped
smell inhale the for few moments of so-called
or fumesof a" : the mules, when so Time was when shirts werea grain breads and cereals and Donald and daughter Elizabeth have something to write about. : the United States to the
type of "model gue," or to induce "high. whole operational area of the So till next week, .
any minded were used for work skin and fibrous parts of Ann; Mr. and Mrs. Tracy R. "good luck brink of nuclear war. This film
any other person. to? do so, whereas the horses are strictlyfor their own- what with ironing! fruits and vegetables.. Sufficient Bell and twin daughters Eleanor and keep trying! was an American Film Festival
'
pleasure.We "turning" collars, and sewingon bulk is needed to prevent and Patricia of Willis- WALKING CATFISH finalist.
I Death Could Be prevented buttons. Now thanks to irregularity. ton: Mrs. David Bedenbaugh As I was reading the latest" The public Is cordially Invitedto
hear that the State Boardof durable-press most shifts never The first step to a sound of Tampa:: Mrs. Ury G. Sapp Issue of Florida Wildlife I attend this showing.

Health has entered Into the see an ironing board; turtlenecks diet conies at the beginning of and daughters' Johnnie Belle -- '... ... .. n..1,
Twice in this year of, 1963 dents could have been preventedhad "fly" problem here. and that: are fast replacing. collars the day with breakfasts plan Rhoda Ann and Sylvia; Mr. -
Starke residents have witnessed the crossings been equipped In case of violations that ; and some shirts even ned for extra vitality. The best and Mrs. Joe Harrell Jr. of
tragic car-train accidents thai with gates'placed 'directly'in the board< will take action. House have a shoulder zipper instead breakfast includes servings Jacksonville: Miss Elizabeth
of ''automobile at the files, which have become a of buttons. from at least three of the four Massey of Lake Butler
have taken the lives of three residents path! an cross and
.
railroad In nuisance at crossings.. ings.If are coming from manure think! turtlenecks belong. only Guide One built around a :
April 84-year-old J. T. Quigleywas, even-one accident could have at cage-laying. plants and behind the lawn mower are recommended pattern of fruit Mr. and J. B. McDonald h Y ,,
,
killed at the South Street crossing .-. been prevented with gates it wouldbe not from the 'chicken houses now accepting high-style col- cereal milk, bread and spread have three Mrs.of their' four- d I i

Then Tuesdaw' .night, Aug. 6, worth' the money required to which are .raising. broilers. lars. White and solid pastel Includes servings from three sons in the service. Besides 1 1{ ''iS I
o two teenage: girls I ;; Gloria Gibson, put them there, even if' it should 0 shirts are yielding to colorful of those four food groups In Lt. McDonald there'Is Pvt. Ira I NnS

o 17, and Lillian Richard", 18, died run into the thousands of dollars. Last week the weather cool checks stripes and tartans. addition it provides necessary Tillman McDonald who is stationed
o from injures received,in collision We do not find it to ed off:somewhat although you Coordlnatedand even matching bulk in the fruit cereal, and at Fort Bliss Texas
necessary
could easily tell it was sum- sets of shirts, ties and hand- bread.
at the Jefferson' Street crossing. and Cpl. Wallace Oliver McDonald
attempt to that with
cost
equate xnertlnie'.with', : the sun blazing kerchiefs may 'be selected for For an old fashioned treat
Significantly, neither of these the lives lost! Neither dq ,we thinkit away..And we had the usual what Is known as "total look" try this! : England., serving somewhere in

.. crossings Is equipped wjth "gates" nec nary, to .attempt to place showers which brought' relief Its the color story that has BRAN MUFFINSOne .', ..... -.. ,' ".... ., ."..:.4//{;_.., .
which lower when trains} approach.' the i fl1; l4me ,for the lack' of more, by dropping; the ,temperatUre. caaaed the biggest headlines.The cup whole bran, three With Our Men In Service
.. Neither are several pther cross.,, preventative measures at the 20 degrees! more. success of the turtleneck fourths cup milk, 1 cup all- ((1943)): By Lynn Hamilton I of Southern, Marine

o ings at secondary streets. along the crossings..These things certainly i* s w now familiarly called, the T- purpose\ flour 2Vi teaspoons Another S.tarke; boy joins the SELECT PROPELLERTO
( Seaboard Coastline R>ailroa4 I l should have,been brought home to There are, very few} birds in neck In men's fashion circles double acting baking. powderor Navy. Bill Parker 17, son of MATCH BOAT throw open the throttle. '
evidence at our place now, andit 3 teaspoons tartrate If you want to do your own
has
tracks that all. spawned a string' of Variations. or phostype Mrs.
us Gladys
pass through the Parker was\ recently
Out of of
mjd. sight put mind.
is 'our guess that they are There's bib T-neck one-half teaspoon salt, 2 experimenting you'll need .a
a
dIe of town. It is .time now to take action to hunting shade in the swamps with a collar and J fr0l1t panelin tablespoons butter one-fourth ville. Inducted at .Jackson- This is the sad lament of youroutboard's tachometer to measure the

Only the main state roads, like prevent: the loss of yet another'life. and bays, or busy nesting. contrast to the'body'' of theahjrti.there's cup sugar 1 egg beaten. Pvt. Robert Harris is propeller. No one revolutions per ''minute (rpm)
Brownlee and Call Streets, are Another death will come at a rail- But Alice still has plenty of an _overall\ printtartteneck Grease well muffin pans with stationed at Tullahoma. now single thing ia more important of your engine Maketeat:
equipped with gates.: road crossing sooner or later. if we customers at her hummingbirdfeeder ; there's a stand-up 12 medium! cups. Add bran to Mrs. Harris recently met Tenn.her to over-all performance.; run with each prop. The right
Four persons have been killed wait long,enough and do nothing.Our so we know that. they ruffW.which lends to the look, milk and let stand 10 to IS husband In Nashville Term Yet it receives little attention one is the prop that allows
are still around. of ,the 18th Century andthere' minutes. Sift flour for from the average boatman: your engine to run aa close
measure
: few
at railroad crossings this in : city council, county com S "V a days visit with him '
year as''possible
the Nehru collor seen and resift,, 3 times with baking Buddy Davis The sad story probably' began to.Abe maximum
Baker County, according: to the mission, and theoUicials of the This Is a good time olthe.. In .a tueked-tn version or as an powder and ealt. Cream butterIn Kessler Field. Miss wrote that from day you purchased a new rate rpm&.'' Thla information'Islisted
'Florida Highway Patrol station SeaboardnCoastline Railroad should year to remember j\recautlonaabout entire .shirt-jacket garment. a 3 quart mixing bowl will soon be stationed he outboard motor. The showroom in your owner's manual.,
:here. In 1967 five persons were begin work noW to remedy this rabid animals especially As with all new garments blend in sugar add egg and L olina State University at Car "eriglae'had -a 'propeller One'word of caution. Make.
killed at railroad crossings in Baker situation. It .should not be allowed so far ai 9oungat4rf jar; .. $n- the-manufacturers laundry di beat until fluffy. Stir in bran be win take a four-montn where on it so you.accepted this as these tests under normal operfltjng -

County and one in Union. to exist one day longer than necessary cerned. We remember* case recttonishould( /'caretully .folJopyed. and milk. Then add flour mixture course'01 training- Buddy was the "best availableWrong. conditions including the
In all' no matterwho has to pay for where a rabM probability, these acci- into a homestead aM. a little carry aboard.
, the gates. press"shirts, should be machine dampened. Fill prepared panstwothirds 1942 Bradford County Hlgn engineering: of Evlnrud Mo-
i girl nearly weatup.-to: it-end washed with tine( usual\ amountof' full. Bake in a mod School class and is' tors. The propeller on the --Sometimes- special "ski
Ri petted It. If she JMd'..*h* vroo- soap 'or detergent and theyaJoullS.not erately hot oven ((400 degrees) professor-- the University now of a' showroom outboard 'was considered prop", will cause your engine

The ably .would ,have I< "bean- fillies ,may, but SHOULD 25 to 30 minutes or until muf Florida School of Journalism. "standard" for the to exceed the maximum rpm
,o Bradford County Telegraph. and then would have had to be machine, dried with? a final fins average boat with ,. an average{ rating when you're not pulling
done
take beware are and nicely> .
r A ESTABLISHED .rabies shot flo" cool down period to maintain NEW CORPORATION load. If your boat 'is heavier a skier. If this happens: mere-
; 1879 of wilt] animals} that.acepv. to the"shape of a brand new browned.: Serve piping hot with CHARTERED HERE or lighter,than average the ly retard the throttle until

.E. L. .MATTHEJVS, Editor and PublisherFlorida' be tame:S ,wrinkle-free ahirt. butter. standard. prop may' not. deliver 'yo 're within the "safe"
eWe
'
The husband\ )has ,a high fash-, Secretary of State Tom Adams total engine performance.The :range.
( tilt Oldest Weekly' Newspaper iFnbUshed Contlnously. enjoyed watching 'the fop year, ahead of him withgatRenLa CARD OF,THANKS has announced the chaptering of day you buy your new 'Once yOu've 'selected) the
r10 ..XlMtar: The Same Masthead. OOP national convention on Which are easy to The recent bereavement which the following corporation: Slade .outboard start talking and right propeller make a few
r TV as it U one of the biggest care for.BREAKFAST. bas visited home Transport. Inc., 332 W. Madi thinking propellers. Explain to checks during the season A
lUb1Wed each Thursday and entered M Second Class political events of our, ton*. I...... FOB FITNESS brought greater my appreciation has son St. Authorized ttook: 85 your dealer the type""of boat' bent or broken blade CM ser-
at Starke. Florida Matter,at the Pat Office a short 'While, the Democretswill .Roughage. is one essential of share of common at $1,000 per you nave and the type of'acti Jtouslyaffect. performance. The
Subscription :'in trade under Act,of March 3rd, 1879. .stage: their show at Chla-, ()f an adequate breakfast. This. our friends. Such,kindnesses and share Dealing in liquified petroleum vities- you plan. 'If you enjoy Warning sign' 18 excessive'Tib-
Outside trade'area' area:,1 year 14.50; 6 month. 12.60 ago, and of course, we'relook-,, is often overlooked .by the neighborly thoughtfulness. cat .gas Inoorporators: T. H. high speed running. you'll :Ta1on< ...jour, marine dealer
: 1. year, $3.00;, 8 month. $3.75 tog forward to that lone" ,'I i too. qUick.cup of coffee glass pt never be forgotten. Mrs. Eva. Slade /Flora J. Slade. Nell need one type of prop. If Fan, repair 'most nicks'and
One thing for sure: you are milk-or.ether liquid' breakfast Feagle. Tucker,-all of Stinks Filed August you're a- water ski buff you'll dente If it can't 'be 'flxed,
!given a better idea of what's 2 by George H. Pierce need one that delivers maximum don't throw It away. Keep it a-

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THURSDAY, AUGUST IS, 196tt
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y I+nrtt.a, School 9:43: WorhHi'n"a:, 'ek: r" Sanford; Not of this time not oustratlon .killing-out fish iu required to> curve a copy ofyour COUNTY JtlUUtO'M COURT, utriifllonH. DlHtrlclK a.and. 4 jicu, Uia. Calli I"""' .. llilo the First
and 7:30: p. m., Training Mi' and ''Mrs. Xruiutui Nor-' of this place-Amlchal. a nearby pond so they can re- written defenne. ,ft any, IN ANII KOHKSiSSSSP County Surveyor day, of August. A. O.. 11)08.) :

L A W. I; E Y ion 6:30: p, mMidweek, ,_ ,. !}-,\' '. )..Jg, ..1\If\ Ao ,A W.I'.FlCTaoH., -. ,' ataekHBoating:- -' _.. tu It'rv on forttlI1etitrrwhO.j JfiuBHne; V. Hliaw.' .Atrwrn adz- .tOJNTY; _., JU2 h.r.unto Tentimony" eel my;Whereof hand andafflawlmUi. rhave' SECRETARY TOM ADAM(W, STATE 'I

tees Wednesday 7:30: p. m, .vacatlonltMr the mount death 'Jot *.;con; "man Bell: Safety 'a dree la 14t wart Call Street, In reI: Eatate'otBAMUEI. .e Great deal of the I (SEAL) -
? was. 111111.; Blarke. Florida, and file the T. ,
J. Oraay." a-Jr.-a ,
+ Church God Slut: ow Florida .t Tallahaa S/8 4t 8-29
By Enzst BUuoKihwd of. of &>*I* Carolina. a Naked' in '"December-" + Smith; winch! We leaned much about original with the Clerk of the REV.{ ) 8. J. 0RAPT. deceased
'I'A School' 10 a. m.. Worship 11 Edward; Edwards! tJaclte3no:, Sleepers: can km-t-Ja:(:'j Kill >Is the .Corrects! and above otyled Court on or befol'sNept.mber NOTICM Of PROMATU -----:6:
proper -
equip
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1
otherwise
1K8S
AAAWAWM t ,i1AU m.: and 7:30: pm, ,. TPE attended the' Methodist' a four lettet'' wo8 jhenj ta", .\ .boats. We'; I' judgment may be enteredairalnHt' person The State Interested of Florida l Iri( th*'to estate all'I DeWitt C. ,
'Grace nesday ,7:30: p/m. : f>>.l 4p<, Sunday. Edward JUVENILE )FICTION,,' were also advled! to not gQ'otft 1, you for the relief de of aid decedent:'' Jones Funeral Home
urclt cloyed .-Highland Ba41st f>eht th&ntst: part: of hU life '' Peterldn pipers mandedIn the -Complaint or von are hereby notified.that .
complete' after
The a that I Ia
person drowning, fvCltloa. a written
MefE
Its J\\ Bibliscliool School 9:45: .Worship *. :, 'lie $ 1 hand ana .h :.InBtj-ume&t [J'i..tc'I..lam."t ? 'JJ t ;{ STARKE PHONEI 964-6200
lr y grown to Lawteyttenlse Hale; The fire cat-Averljl unless you' have a life,'pea-server. Witness my Inn to bo, the l..t- Will ,
evening> and, 8 Cbotr ..al of 'aald Court on the A of .sad. | has. '
p .
m praFtke and Lisa Durban of 1: Spectacles Raskin; The t or a boat If there .
isn't of I probate KBYSTONE
with a programAland In' conclusion : any day of Auruat. 1949 br t1 admitted to \ In I II> HEIGHTS PHOITE 473.317ft
p. m., Prayer, meeting spent last week contender 'r-Llpsyte; .My frlend, I these such.. things around you. Oharle A. Darby. 1 1 Court., T I r
a film 'faa shown for nesday 8V Pm. ', Mrtldid Mrs. H. C. Wata- John -Z01otow, Me. 1 A. Clerk Of Said Court You are hereby commanded '
; ethen could
you try to swim I
; to Beulah Moody,
By
within six
the children. Diving social calendar month !
a
The Young Peoples od1Mrs Ed Durban Feagles, ; 'handful of thievesBawden -- Urn. Aa Deputy Clerk. from the date of th.. lint pub.. j i Rental I Services
hour :refreshment? were served met, with D MrandMr 1U. n< -,MtUflded vacation Bible ; Black-ejred 'Susan Flret Publication: August 8'-. I(cat Ion OaIJbl nnlice'to\ appear .
and everyone ehjoyed Gull Safety is a' real important' 1968. In Court and I 1
a season Bennett i.-" anewoauae.
Monday .ve HOSPITAL
on Bachmann; The .wlnnersWi- class apd most 3/1 4t l-2 If the BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS
of fellowship; for practice,.jwfl. to wake MUs. EOwbeth Terry was via eri: A book by Oeorgma- Freeman really liked everyone) action of a.r.lt'ud"nw:: : admitting .
(CHURCH ACTIVITIES ,weekly br jLdcast. I JWr p. E. Strickland in : The old bullfrog Fiys- to shoot. We learned said Will to probate, should $ CRUTCHES I
I be ,
to extra careful l'wb COUNTY not stand unrevoked. ,...
:
Grace Methodist n .
Sunday .. JUIIOK'B COURT -- 'iI
Ui
We
: are pleased note' Thursday to Satur- chet; If I were a. mother ..handling! stuns, rV AMDBHAOKOHU FOR Therftn A. Yawn \
School 9:45: ; Worfchlp.ll: a. m. Mrs. J. B. COUNTY JinxjB
t
Bradley is ; ; '
and 7:30: p. m. .c oir practice ins am} expectp! to, be The MlKumura Bus : girls Winners Harris i-;Wer Tbe;.f ., Flshtnif and fishing tacklaswas PLOHIOAIn Co11VTYl: ,. of.First July.publication A. D. on the' Z5th .. ,
and MYF Wednesday beginning : very;interesting because re: Estate of 1968'BuIDAttornsv
one day this''week! after a Will
WBdoKS.A happy owls Plattl
The '
; .great SAMUEL J. T. ORAPT,1aka;
7 p. m. |Bible ,jtUdy days in Bradford County arid "terrible' guest''' ;:" LovettBumble ;: learned &'lot about Jiow to cast REV.;''o.fic J. QRADY, deceaied. Thomas A Pierce :
Thursday 8 p. m w.: ,MYF members pital. JHe LibraryNew my reel properly1\, and .how toW TO CKEDlTORa Attorney i GAINESVILLE
Pup Carroll Under
; All creditor of Samuel J. T. 'I
will attend t Sub. District Mr. and Mrs\ .- P. L. the window'-- Oreenaway; the right'! kind- of 'line And Orady a-k-a Rev S. J. Grad P.Starke O. Drawer Fla 1090 i
meeting at Pleasant 'Grove on spent Boofes now available at balls who led-on September 11.111nwhn. I
Thursday\ and"J'I'J ; I From the mixed-up files of I a realdent of Barberton 7-S6 4t 8-16
August 19. The men of the with Mr. apd 'Mr1l. Horace. ie Byword,-' County Public Mrs. Basil E. Frankweller. rKonliburg .. I myself Tiave'really enjoyed Summit County Ohio are $tkfled "- T
church will meet on Monday at their home on Little L 4-H Wildlife Camp..I have leartKN / that they are required to NOTICE OF ELIIICTIOlf: :

August 25. 8 p. m. for the purpose Santa Fe. Air. jud Mrs Api41,,NON FICTION: JanoJfsr. Hecate; High Macbeth.spjTAlter William ;;' ed very much at Camp and I 'file they any may olalma have or demand agalnat that Me Adams Be It Secretary known that at State J. Tom of Business Directory()

of organizing Men'a, .fellowship. Burton of Jacksonville The sex game '...!. Bernard; I McKlnley. and me 'Elizabeth have had fun almost every secjond : Estate In the of tie* of the the Slate of Florida do hereby. ,

Saturday with the Diaklns. end(or obscenity; Bern- ''Konlsburg\ ; Henry and!i of Camp. It -has been the II i County County. Florida, In of the Bradford"courthouse Electionotwill held a In Bradford -- - -
First Baptist,,. ',- Sunday Mr and Mrs. Carl, ; Rousseau and I tbe Revo- the paper route deary Pate -)i best Camp I have attended. at Starke Florida within County, State of Florida' AUTO, SALES MEN'S WEAR
spent.the..weak ./lth: their .lon- Durant;. World Wa.r'1 ; [I I woUld} like 'to thaak th FI six calendar month from on Tueaday] next succeedingthe
Island Townsend: Ann\ r- th4 the first publication first Monday In November
in-law and daughter Mr. Amerfcan{ Heritage; Ancient Aurella and ; Ida Agricultural Extension Scr- : dothr* notice. Each claim:: A. ''D., 1968. the laid Tuesday BRASINGTON
Dorothy Car sal t STAG 'N
Mrs. Paul Djnkjc* Jr. and echafer; McCall's Oar- Little League\victory Bishop: ;J{vice. the! Federal Cartridge Corporattou and demand filed In must duplicate b* In and writing most. being/ to the r fill fifth the day following of November of- OApnXAO OLDSMUBUJE! DRAG- '

301) vld at their home on hook -' Harshbarger; Battle of Sr. George without:/ of Mfnneap 11e. Mlnne- slats the place of realdenc and floes: 0A1XS SERVICE Stanley Blacker' Coat .. {

Santa Fe Lake. *< numberS. and I- As- McNeil:, CorduroyFreeman; .,IOtA' and all the orgaolzaUpns\ poat claimant office and address b* sworn. of by the the United State Senator In Congrsss; rtna election of Used Oars Arrow Dress Shirts '

Mr. and Mrs. R*.L. Rela!! ; The two Viet-Nams JUVENILE NON-FICTION 'I' companies, and instructors who alahnant. !hi* avent or hi* attorney toel'.n. Second Congressional.: Whiten On Cadlllax Trade S Puritan Sweaters
Of Jacksonville all: )few Oxford {Hlatoryrof;' I helped to' make 4-H wildlife or It will become voidaccording District' ) 2001 N.W. 13th Ph. 378-5301 I
.
DRIVEINOPEN trere.} .w1s The tory of electricity': .and to law Three Justices of the Supreme :Peters Jackets
Mr. and Mrs. James Rosier. ; T. H. White Warner; rnagnefJ&m Seeman; Would camp possible. Ala*. Mr. George Dated July Court 'Ladles Sportswear
lI'.JlSult'es. t
'in J One Judge of the Dint riot
.
Sunday afternoon. Cripple Cl"eek-Le&1! Brown of Crowns Refrigeration win CRANE
you,put your in sandbank
money a Court of Appeal for the First
SUNDOWN .Mr. and }Mrs. Dave 1 In Credibility _. Ladd; = Lonnnan; Speed math of- Starke who sponsored my: Attorney Recldent fotetheand Appellate District;:: : \ I UNOOUT-MKRCtTRY Z, Stores IS W.; University.
Show of Jacksonville at the Rubicon-White; : Ancillary ExeoutorThomas One Commissioner, Florida and Gainesville Mall
trip to
Begins 8t':7. P.M. spent CJark;; Getting wtth'potltlcaKoopes Camp. Public Service Commission totliorlzod Sales A Service
with her mother Mrs. 'Chaplain .looks at Vietnam- : Harcourt Brace, intermediate PlerueAttorneys' State Attorney Eighth Judicial 2201 N. Main Ph. 372-4373
ADMISSION_ Futch. I ; The,, nnlraportano dictionary' P. O. Orawer Circuit
: :-Haaowt: 10JO Public Pefender Eighth Judicial
Adults 75c Students 60e .Perry Davts ,sod being' OscarLevant' ; No ,Hudden and Dudden ft Donald NOTICn OK. INTENTION TO Stark.., Fla. the lath Circuit Crane Imports MOBIL HOMES, !
publication
loves cockroach'-Bal-:: IlBMlISTHIt .VICI'lTIOtltr First on *! far the fol-
a tttat Senators
Chlloren Under 12 Free Mrs. Falley Michael have the'w OWeary-+jacobs: The color: of NAMIdNouoe day, of' July A. D.:''IMS.' owing Senatorial District: Volvo ,.' MG Aunt Ilealey i,
tine .
turned after a two weeks ; Odyssey; 'of a desert man-Cohen: The honeybees-: Ie l hereby stlvea that WiltF. BulbAttorney Seventh I
with two 1 .- Albert: New Oxf ', the i undtrdgncd, un4" the Member of the State Jf>"..n toe University' Gainesville .u'MUSTANG'
Thurs. Fri other daughters Russell
Bat. ; The ..white' rat's Fat e- Florida of Bert Ion 165.OB. 7n,. ; 4t I-II| of '' Representatives fi>r the Phone 372-4251 '<
history of music Oxford
August 15 16 17 ons-in-JawuMr and Mrs. ; Schlller: ; Horseshoe crab -Mc- Statute 1805, will r.- ,-s-- Following House District":: '
Mobile
Double Feature ProgramTECHNICOLOR' man and Mr. and Mrs. abetIJ the first- Wllhams: Clung Mars planet for: 'confluest Circuit whiter Court with the In and Clerk for of.Bradford time I.". The Celiatr'.....'. Court Ixteenth and. Seventeenth Beauty Academy "j.1 .. Homes,, Inc.
In double helix ''Watson:! '' Of Bradford C.u.t, FloridaIn County JudgeClerk
Savannah Ga. Onuntv
Plorldu--
They
reovlpt
: Bergaurt; Everday life upon of the Circuit Court
; : :: Pruba No. I-1 MO Gainesville's Discount! Mobile
making Lester Noon of proof of publicationof I POWELL'S
;
by Jacksonville for a in medieval times Rowling; 'thin not!... the fictitious In Re: Estate of Freeman Sheriff' *'. Dome 'Bal Lot.
Tax 18
Assessor
SSssk tim With .h1a son Henry Davis to Rangoon Haue; $!*mmetry- Razzes;: The high name of ALLEN: TRADE J"1 Register bt 8r.! Deoeaaad, Tax Coll..torBuperlntend.nt
\ Notice IPIlInc\ Petition For Beauty Academy'
family. WaabJn ton-: Flexner: deeds oft Fin Mao Cool-Sut- under which I miles I Km H. n of.,aged Starke InbualncM .Final Discharge of' Public In. NEW MOON PATELLA

Lf.U'U.up rr. Mr. and Mrs. James own worst enemy' -Led- have filed final return
and children Neva : : Carrlbbean' here' and. now'U11mU1 ner; Dinosaurs Stark, Fla. l'J 1 I my Members. Board of CountyommlsnloDctrs Spare Time. Full or Part Time
.W & their world Eddie Allen P. now 1177. and' Report of Final Distribution 4820 N.W 13th 3781346PAINT
the presidential de- O. Platvlct' 3.and 210 N.W. 10th 3782786ELECTRIC
; I.
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Tammie Wilkins and Prlngle; The emperor. and the Stmrlui, "Fin.s ''cole 'owner, and Petition for FinalDiecharge I allemherw ,
Anders -Frost. : r ?{ Dated thl. Sth day of Aunuit. a* Executor of the
of Palatka visited Kite
:
-Tolen. Board of Public In.
1 Estate of Freeman Register.Br.
u F1lCTIONIThe A. D. 19BH qthrke! Bradford MOTORSELECTRIC
} and Mrs. O. J. Anders on ADULT YOUNQ ADULT FICTION County; Florida.\ ". ., deceased; and that I havefiled & GLASS
day and the children operation uterBro A crack in the sidewalk- '/8 dtp a-III my of Final Partial t Return-. Distribution and Report I '
for a visit this week with ;' "Th predator-Xork;i "The Wolff; The mercy ,y.In \. and that on September 10th.
grandparents. Horse legacy-Hunt; The NAurlie' men- -.-,,. 1961. at 1:00: P. Id., I will apply Wanna start IOmeUl.lng"We Motor Repair Co.
Honorable TheronA.
: 'to the Liddell Paint &
Mr- and Mrs. Dear! of Her1>Slaughter; Next '-Tfc'cironlV'Coart. Of. Tile Yawn County Judge of Of GatnecvUle, me.RepairingRewinding.
Rtckth' eedlel.lr Mrnilt of '
of -Blakemore; The glass Bradford County Florida for
Jacksonville were : Youth Flarie. I. And/"or 2I..r4Co..t.1 approval thereof and for Final Glass Co.WaveMirrors .
M6Lean O charl tble r"s!
upper guests of Mr. and ; Ce.A: ]Na Discharge a* Executor of the N w and U.edeS.8
R. .L. --,\ Payes; (Dark1the. Dollle Mp MrAlex.nd.r Plain Will of Freeman Register, Sr.,
Bradley and Mr; & 4-H WildlifeAdventures: tiff. -VH-' U'lllurd i J.c Me. Alexander deceased. there's:.*. N.W. 10th Ph. 372-831
wherein friend is ..
'
,
Mrs\ Randal Bradley also my Defenders ,.i sumac DOOI
This August eth 1X8. I
= i NOTICH }p tilT
< -L wry Gods God- .
Jacksonville Rewiater.
Farm and
were Tai Willard' U&AlexanderAddreu 'S/ Freeman jr. Industrial Tub Enclosures-Shower: Doors)
afternoon visitors. ; King, queen Land( Knave-- UnknowC' FRPJBMAN!:! RBaiSTICR. JR.BXKCUTOR Equipment Furniture
Topa4lodowsWJndow.Awning
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph ;; Havoc Krtstenaen: /> You Are'Her,hjrj Notified thatan 84t 0.19
action for lorce- hat been
and sons were visiting "Miss Seeton--Cftfvicr (Editor's Note: The fol- f led. .a.ajn.'t.;'you 4i and,, you, are ,Santa Fe Tractor,

Wise's father in Opp.,Ala. penny' wars Sake; To Jowtiy prjrw sr.q Bradord4H'er _. _------- ---- FORDFarm 116 N. W. 16th 872-8191
the weekend. we steer-Kent; To the won second place carry a complete I line Tractors &: Implements .
Charles -Le ; The looters-Reese; among 1968 Wildlife Camp- : of
Carter who is dependable, powerful USED EQUIPMENT
SerTlDZ'
4 tioned at Cherry Point r Rosenthal; Unlad- .ers-at-Doe Lake). ;: -s 'Florid) Atlas Batteries., BALKS PART SERVICE .SEWING MACTUNESNational
; Sine 1950
Glimpse of stran
the a
weekend .with his By WALTER 4 4488 N.W. 6th :;:I'6-2M8
.Mr*. Lois Carter and other -Brown; Monkey on, a PREVATT : & S1AODi RD

el latives. Viertal] The obscenity ,, 'This year's. 44t Wildlife Camp "J' ,. -. GARDEN SUPPLIES Sewing

W., H. Prtagle of Wetzel" SO Wall streetVar was held at 4-H Camp Doe ...........,... .. .. '
... .. ..
MU5C&vadoHeckett: In 'W' Call Your: Standard OilMAN Johnson & Paris Inc.
;
Machine
was visiting Mr. and Lake, Ocala, National. Forest. 4 Co., Inc.
Pierce Crews'on Sunday; ., of,,,.lions *-, Hemp- There were 'approximately fifty: <\ f'l ? ) I IN;STARKE. Complete Line of -
i lug, and attended services : : 'The balt- OhnakThe) boys 'who attended 44 Wildlife Mrs. Cordially/ : K. G. DUNCAN '. SEEDSPLANTSIameogo5lesPet: Ptaft': --N Honie<<> mU o

First Baptist Church. and' the poppy-Oillettt Camp:\ :Tide: year, had .c.olyn- 'I 964.5132stancf8rd ,
t In .... we sew .. ; ... Snpplle Used and RepomeBseilSalesRepairs
Helen .1> ( '
I Kauffmann; arm
afternoon Mr. and Mns. eral prides' :for 'ilie winners at .. Welcomes RTlLlZERS

called on ,her I' grit :tPortls: ", Farra-- d1fterel$' divisMns.' We were' IRepreeentntly.Ph. '- on Com al1y Qrk'M!) !! .w. Rent fertilizer Spreaders'h An ]Kale' _
and sister Mr Mrs. TroY:> DUturbaoce on graded on a point system. 12 ", .... 4
A UNIVERSAL MCTUMMBwvBfioauH and D. Hill Fenwlck1 TheUn- 964.5 Yon and Your r" lrr! 8th Ph. 872-0476 (611 W. University 311-'S4lI!
Shaw, in Lacrosse and ; There Were four classes which -
122 N.: Bay StSUrke Family to Your
Crew's sister Mrs. Nora Karmarck; Les chases were divlded'fnto'two in the
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PLUS *'; I II !In Brooker. : Rosy is my r-e1at1v- morning:and two In the after. New Honir,

I Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie : My lord and bJ'otheI'HlU'coott noon, after lunch rite classes
eNPVUsa.tSNII J1CItNICOtOlt"
and two_sons visited )!r; :. The hone Is dead! I'were' Forestry; Game Manage- State of FloridaIt .o i, "
'MADIGAN" : Southern fried plus r"."t: 'Boating and Gun The ,
Mrs. Carl l Safety
Prevail during .
r 1 six ....: Fox: The rlslngr river-:' I ea : Milfle' ., ,.,'' ae cpmfgrt;cool on hottest days with
_.. lTAlIlIlHCIRICHARD suieetrywas IB Our Desire To Y..-F.1- Welcom and
interestIng
a very -
HEN.RY class. We got to go out and To Acquaint You i With Your City. reverse-cycle electric air conditioning.

FLORIDA THEATRE set- traps; and to hunt birds >

WIDMARK neat. We found out approximate. If, you are new in the,area, ,a phone, t K Cozy/warmth h winter) is your extra bonus'l'
fONDA ly bow old a tree Is .by cuttinginto .'
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811.IribH-Weekdap" 8 then counted the red stripes.We .
INGER STEVENS FRI, SAT.. SUN. MON., TUES. also had a talk on pickling from.your I local} hoe. Please fire : t%; :

snakes and spiders.- He also i t
THRU 20 "
AUGUST 16
her a call I She..has maps and .many! t 'iJ {,
talked -on (bow to skin snakes : ;'".

Sun., Mon.\ Tues., Wed. and tan them. r free and wonderful gifts for roil -
August 18 19 20 Game Management was a -
-
Double Feature Program MEET THE MOB class wtiere we had films and from. local; baeineasea.F .-,-e Ta

discussions, which ''Were very 7r =
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had a' dem ,', .
that set educational We also a
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when you can save for it here?
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I interest, as eani d- an give you the total, Uncomfortable'humidity banished. Dirt and pollen are filtered out

cost of,or the down payment on, just about: . Dusting is less frequent.Your home stays cleaner quieter. Your family is

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nrCREATION:: NEWS
Instructional basketball' bft-
can Monday. Aug. 5. with a
turnout of 40 boys. The pro--
grain will end Thursday, Aug.
-:15, It has been very successful
*fend Director Jackson to
pleased with the progress the
boys: have made. Regular prac- i b I l .
vtlce will atart October 15. ?' That's right! No Need ,to'Ask for this extra service. With our new Double :Wall Double
*".Starting Aug. 16 there will '
..e, different center hours for Strength bogs, you'r groceries are automatically in DOUBLE BAGS! '-. *" j\' "'4P

Satur-dayights' : 00D STOAES \ So if you.sho ld .think. that you're ,only getting ,one bog, remember: they are double walled! .;*'f,. .,

8 to 9:30.: Ages 13 to 18, from and twice as strong as they look. .Then took again'and you'll see THEY ARE DOUBLE BAGGED .
"830; to 11. There will be no exceptlon .
to these rules.: ? .
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NOTICE ----- ----- OMAWTITY'' ''' RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD: THRU AUGUST I 18
..:,Dell Chapter 468 will ,meet WINKD'.'. STORtt. l 'NC.-CO*>VHI2Hr' -!".
Thursday at 7 p.m. In the Ma; : l'
""f3 6ni0 -Hall 'on Brownlee 'St.. __ .. .. BOTTU .*...Limit' Oil of Your Choice' With $5 00 fr Mar PurchoM Excluding' ""
:'All members are asked to bit
present> and on time., e 6lJ.
... The local NAACP will.hold ,
'
on open meeting tonight 4 / HBO 9 o e
(Thursday) .at. 1>Oraaten.AUenChapel : .. e' r
AME I Church. Rev. 'she. IOTTLI 'limit Oft of Your Choice' With $5.00 or Mnr. Purchase Excluding Clgorm/ s.
, Wright of Gainesville will be _
:ue.se speaker! : : The organcatlon i. ___ CRISCO OIL..79It" .
Is always open for \mem. ._ :
;
Tjership regardless of. race. .. ,
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color creed.CLARKSAMPSON > -
or
JUMSO KL tP4IK PAPIR:.. a Limit 3 Rolls' With or '


,.tewlB Alachua:<< Js8'forthcoming Cynthia Nathaniel Is announced Louise Sampson marriage Clark by t the otMi of to' : : : :::3787! ,


Brtde-etect'a parents Rev. and, / Ot Mora Pureh.li {
lira/ : Ulysses Clark of SE 12Ut.
: DIT : .
Ave.The prospective bridegroom ifGl.flfoo .

ri'Uie aon of Mr., and MIll 't r O 00 0
Ruhr, Sanders of.Naples. i'1"
,*' An Aug. 18 wedding; is. planned ( )
at the home of Mrs. Itfella
'McCaslln grandmother t>f"fte\ M RGARINE
6i.i
bride-elect. ''at 4 p.-m. +TMpublic !
is. invited to attend. ;
4 Miss Clark Is a graduate of ..,. .WHILE-THEY
RJE High School class! olj 1968, No. :303 Can ASTON :4r: LASTTOW ..,' :' ..r:!.",.: y a.
arid her fiance Is a gradual. > :: !' COCKTAIL. 4/$'1 COSMETIC BAfS) EA. .
-of Carver High In Maples.CORRECTION .. ; 49 ;' :;
.;: : jrT law .. '
BtrrY CBOCKi LA>
In the memoriam in last 'P lHE

week's paper the date of death. t .ee.ee.i....... /$ CAKE MIXES......... 3/I. '
6f Mrs:Mary'Lennon was given Y R,' q )j '. .6-...THllllny MAID 'IHRlm 1
as Aug. 8. 1968. The correct' MAIO'ANCY LONO GRAIN' 'r .
/ '
date 1066. should have been Aug. 8, .TOMATO JUcI.4/I, : : RICE..3 uc 39t ,


Rev CHURCH JEbeneze"Carlos NEWS Baptist Burnett Church pastor., :, 'i : 0. \ .TUNA N % Cmn SlUI BAr FISH i..4/$ I.. .ARROW 3SO-Ct. NAPKINS I .,- j t

Sunday School, 10 a.. m. Morning UlS2S'i"iTlflIiI; : AID' < *ll- .MTORSMCIAIMCK .
Worship at 11. Evening TOMATOES 6/S1.
Worship."6:30: ; with the -Senior TEA BAGS.. .. ;
CholCtserving:: s/ar, ? the,,,daj.
\ Prayer: Meeting ThursdByJTjM. ; "J '"";,,. ;;'.. 'iwi.tJ f;' :
.,...m., Senior Choir'rehearsal i!'" "",,.. ." ,M :m--Z
Vrlday night at S. : J .t. }t 'I or.
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-*The: members, of Ebenezer. : ..... :!:: 4. ,..., ,'). ... 4. ..",..
regret the lllneo of Rev. Car.lOs I.: ..
Burnett's mother and wish Rt/1SDA:fOIeIW.D. .A"ir..1\: .;. .. ... .
/ "AND COIN IID T IONI.CLUI OR \ '
hera speedy recovery. -I.
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.Pleasant\ Grove Methodist& '
d Church.'Rev. H. P.: Hudson .SIIL'O'IN STEA'K I $109.1
. ,, I
' pastor Church School. 10 a. m .. Lamb
tJ
t Morning,Worship at 11. Afternoon Leg-0 ':'
service 4 p, m. Youth IDIDA!I CHOICI WD HAND COIN 10 .ONILiSStMDA 1 I ",..

29 nay: at,will.3 p.be m.observed August ROUND .S1EAK.; :. 99 t : -' : "' '-'. :- -",'.:/' '' Ml!

Jev.--,Mt. Plsgah George .Young AME Church pastor. fh' i
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Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn- CMOKIW-D BRAND CORN HO l a : Ky ..
b\g\ Service at 11. Evening. ,J ; :
wrvlce.,6:30.: --or .ROAS r '
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Church.Greater.: Free Rev. Will Lewis Baptist McKay . .' ..1 ;. :Si :Mtt

pastor.! ,Monday night."Choir < mmiOsb'iS'CMCIiie'.ilAM :
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WD1RAND
PlAY.n' |;
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No., :3 I and Ushers Board No. 2 USDA CHOICf W-D UND CORN fID BtIF CHUCl

will Choir night meet.No.Prayer 1 meets.Tuesday Meeting.Wednesday Thurs night.! : STEW IlL 99. STEAK,69: : RJf' .I I;

day night Story Hour at1'' the W.D BRAND HAN OKOUND (PI..I. 100 siompO) W-0 alAND HAN .!..IHORf /1 ..tts'D CHplCi'iiA'M
Church < I
and Ladies Circle. '* '
$ '4ff H I j I*B .
Friday night. Prayer Band.Baturda
$ night dinners will
sold from the kitchen.

School. 9:30.: Morning a
at, 11 Evening service 6 p.

:'Greater Allen Chapel. AME ;:
C ;urch', Rev. L. A. SampsoVpaator. : < ; : : .

Sunday School,. 10'j;)' .ii': .
m. Morning Worship "' ,II. POTATOES. .i IB. 4'!
C&olr Union. 3 p.; m.: AU BAOWISTIRN ;'
berg are asked to pleas Lam? VINI RIM "JUMBO"1,
operate with the choir. ";''': ''.

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:t ; BUSINESS M.".SARA tilPOUND. 6-Ct.: P..ISIUMO. DRUMSTICKS' "CORN ... ..- I 10 .EARS 69t
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One death and two arrests father became alarmed and open. Investigating officers later bone In his body." Prior to Fred W and Mamie Hall Ellis. Sheriff Jennings Murrhee, acting youths took him to where they The "high" obtained from

aa a result of teen-age glue- Sunday morning In Keystone He found the youth unconscious found a plastic ice bag with working at the station he was His father is employed at the on a tip which gave descriptions I I had disposed of about 15 empty I. sniffing; a tube of glue lasts

sniffing shook the Keystone Heights on charges of glue over against a wall witha glue in It. and an empty glue a carrier for The Telegraph in Ralford State Prison. of the pair who had glue tubes and some plastic approximately IS to 20' minutes

Heights community last week- sniffing. They were released plastic bag over his head.: container in the Ellis bath the Lake Geneva area. Funeral services were held purchased an unusually large bags used in the sniffing pro- the sheriff laid, and_ then I

under $100 bond each, ;return The Clay County Civil Defense room. Their report concludedthat "I had Just given him a (U 4 p. m. Monday In the Keystone amount of glue on Saturday.The cess. the process l la repeated_
end.Van
Ellis 18-year-old eon of able at a hearing before Clay Unit was summoned and death had been caused by vacation present," ald Eldon Heights Baptist Church boys were staying at I In order to get sufficient[ Sheriff Murrhee said that in

Mr. and Mrs. P'red Elite- t W County Judge Thomas J. Rivers mouthto- mouth resusltatlon glue Inhalation. KImmons Van's employer. with Rev. ,Lawrence Carroll the summer cottage of parentsof :reaction from glue fumes, weekend he ,did not think the

Lake Geneva died\ about 11 on August 21. was applied during the ambul-- Ellis would have been a senior The family had planned to I officiating. Interment was In the Latson youth on Twin : sniffers usually empty the contents practice,of glue-sniffing was

AFriday at bis,home as a According! to Clay County ance trip to Bradford County this fall at Keystone leave the next morning (Saturday the Keystone Heights Cemetery Lakes southeast of Keystone ,of a tube Into a plastic widespread In that section of

;result of suffocation.Iq deputies the father of the Hospital. where young Ellis Heights High School and had ) to visit an elder son under direction of DeWItt C. Heights off Highway 100. They bag'' which they put over the Clay County.

an unrelated incident two Ellis youth said his son went was pronounced dead on ar been employed for the past Charles, who is stationed with Jones Funeral Home. had returned to Keystone Sun bead holding in a manner to The 1967 Legislature passeda

Jacksonville youths Danny Lee Into the bathroom about 10 p. rival. two years as a par -tlme service the Coast Guard in South Car- Two ArrestedThe day morning in an attempt to make it more or less air-tight. law making glue-snifffng Illegal

,Mflhlgan", and Edgar Hodges m. Friday. When he failed to The physician in attendance station attendant. His em- ollna. Jacksonville youths were purchase more glue but found If a small "bag e" ,to used and punishable by a $500

'Latson.! both '17. 'were arrested getting no ;response from bis Dr. A. J. Barry said death ployer described him as "an Van was born July 29, 1950 arrested on Lawrence Boulevard everything closed. It is held over the nose and fine six months in Jail, or

come out. In 45. minutes theKEYSTONE I son. forced the locked door was due to suffocation. excellent worker -not a lazy I. In Gainesville, the son of about 11 a m. Sunday by Sheriff Murrhee said theINDIAN mouth Sheriff Murrhee said. both.

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STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY AUGUST 15, 1968
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J TEEING OFFU!! FIREMAN'S BALL I rvvvvvvvvvvv ...... Set /
: ." Reception
HUGE SUCCESS
On Sunday afternoon, members I For New ClayExtension :

Keystone Hilites of the Keystone Golf and Everett Fox general .chairman : MELROSEBy Council Dumps

! Country Club sponsored an 18- of this year's ball, and Ed- AgentThe

hole Nassau 2-BaIl Tournamentfor win Bennett. Fire Chief of the Joyce Row.IAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.4.4,5. ._ _
JIM FOX
By members and their guests. Keystone Volunteer Fire Depart- Homemakers Club of

: Please' Phone in Your Items 473-4143 The tournament was very well ment, annouced this week that Clay County are planning a reception

attended. 'with 32 DanUcioants the annual: Fireman's Ball was to honor the new Home
-- Mr. and Mrs. Al KUIian of
posting scores for the day'aevent. most successful. The.dance was Extension Agent for Clay County TaxBy
HERE N' THERE Morgan's parents Dr. and MrsC. well attended and everyone en- Hawthorne, and their daughterand Mrs. Imogene Rltenburgh of Garbage

, Miss Kay Sunderland, daughter M. Booher. Winners for the front nine Joyed ''the entertainment ;provided : son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Green Cove Springs, on Thursday -
of Ben Campen were dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mr. and Mrs. \\AUg. 22.
(Alec Livingston, by the "Witnesses.
score were Vonclle Ketch and
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guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
tog Sunderland her brother of Keystone, is visit- of Boca Raton, were guests o r Joe Petrock, and Mae Peterson This is the one fund raising King recently- I Guests are invited to attend I

Spec.! and and family, Alec's parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Joe Wildt posted the lowest drive that this organization has from 2-4 p. m. at the Home Extension Norma Morgan comprehensive study of garb Councilman Fox told the

Jand Mrs.' David Sunder- Day Livingston of Nelson's I score for the back nine. The each year, and the donations received Miss Carolyn Tlaon and Miss Office In Green Cove age tax Intake indicating dele Council he has contacted the

and son, of Ft.' Rucker, Point, last week. Alec, who la I team of Mary Brokas and her were greatly! appreciated Kathy Skinner visited Carollyn's Springs. Keystone Heights' five memo tion of that tax and Increasein County Road Department for
Ala.i
Kay mill be. returning on attending Florida Atlantic University by ,the members. parents Mr. and Mrs. ber city council Tuesday nigh
Friday of this son, Mickey, received honors for property tax would realize help with city road maintenance -
week. ., will ..be .a senior in the I the lowest 18 hole score. Dock Tlson. I unanimously approved a one savings averaging $8 yearlyfor while In process of obtaining
Mrs.
Harold SUtton, of Little fall. Mrs. Eugene Sapp and children mill,city property tax increase
Following the tournament; residential
Lake Committee, for them to sell at business and a replacement motor
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Keystone is vision 'WIth Mr. and Mrs guests remained 'to view thegolf vitally Interested. are visiting her 'mother, from 4.5 to 5.5 mills with concurrent for road
her mother and Quentin Cantrell.of their Flea Market In September property owners. Donohoe the city-owned grader
Va. family ij. Norfolk Lake Brooklyn, entertained match on television, and to FOUNDER'S BIRTHDAY Mrs. Hattie McElveen In may leave them at the deletion of the municipal pointed out property tax Increase currently out of operation.'

out-of-town guests last wek. enjoy a "pot-luck" dinner. Worthy Matron Paddy Gil Sumter S. C. I home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard garbage collection tax could eliminate pre Mayor Raymond Starnes and
Lt. Rhett Fox son of Mr. and rle announces that the birthday Mrs. Jerry Stinson! and chll ot effective November 1. vious deficits in tax
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hartmannand Moore or call them 475-4221 garbage Councilman G. R. Winans re-
Everett Fox returned to BINGO celebration of Eastern Star Councilman Everett Fox stated -
Keystone son, !Adam, of Wilmington, dren visited her parents Mr. and they will come and pick collections created by a small ported numerous complaintsfrom
this wekend after completing Founder Robert Morris will be a probable majority of
Del. and Mrs. Floyd Courtney,. In the articles.DUPLICATE percentage of residents who
a two-week are guests this week at the The Jackpot at St. Wflhliun'sCatholic up receive Keystone residents about
Jungle trainIng observed with a covered dish Keystone .residents had -
opposed
session home of (Mr. aJnd Mrs. Herb Church Is now up to Newberry.Mrs BRIDGE discounts for vacation traffic exceeding the speed
in the Canal Zone at the Masonic Hall the garbage tax quite some
supper 'I.
On Monday of this Nelson, of Lakevtew. Drive. Mrs. $80. .This week they will call out on Esther King is visiting Winners of the Melrose Duplicate periods and forget or otherwise limit in the areas from Lawrence -
week Butch Thursday, Aug. 29,' at 6 m. tier time. "They just plain, don'tlIke
p.
daughter. Mrs.
Hartmann Carolyn neglect to report when
flew out of Jacksonville for Oak- ls'Mr.; Nelson's U numbers for the lack-out. Bridge Club last week Blvd. at Nightengale"
PERSONALSMr. : it" Fox: eatd.
land, Calif., ;where he will depart daughter (iFred. who Is ,the Me Be sure to Join the group on Newsome in Hartsville.: C. c were:'''Mrs*, Roland Bryan and garbage collection was reaum- Belotes' Corner ant Lakeview
for Vietnam. We tro-editor for the News Journal Friday evening, at 7:30: and test and Mrs. John M. Walz Carolyn has a new baby girl Mrs. F T. Hogue, 1st place; Councilman Charles Donohoe ed, and a small percentage of Dr. between Lawrence and

.wish him the beat of luck.certainly Company of Wilmington, was in your luck I Even If you don't and family, who have spent born last Wednesday night. Mrs:, Loeb Duncan and Mrs. presented statistics! from a accounts not paid aa due. Highway 100. A motion to erect

the past three weeks visiting Mr._ and_ _MrA___ _Paul___ _Wlnir___
Miami laM
week win the
Mrs. Hill Brannon.. Jr. and giving press group promises you a m W.J.' Grolick, 2nd place; Mrs Garbage collection tax Intake four additional speed regula-

children, of Birmingham, Ala., coverage for the Republican lot of fun. in Keystone, ;returned Mondayto have returned home following F. S. Hubbard and Mrs. Paul YVSVVVVVYYYVI'VWyyyyyyy was $390 short last year and tion .signs was turned down.
Convention. It Is most InterestIng their home in New Jersey.Mr. a trip to New York and visit- Johnson now approximately $1700 short However the being
are vacationing at Mrs. Bran On Saturday evening at 8, the 3rd place: Mrs. C areas are
non's family 'home in Lake Gen to bear (Fred's account of American Legion sponsor bingo and Mrs. Treclle Hud- ng friends and relatives In W. Hardy and Mrs. R. P.: for a two year period, it was : observed and patrolled by'po-
the anecdotes which occur dIeton of Hurst HI. are visiting South Carolina. Their trip was 4th BEACH said. lice
on
eva. !Mrs. Brannon is the daughter at their hall. This Is also open Vogh. place.

of Mr. and Mrs. R, I.. the convention! side-lines. to the public.DUPLICATE the Arthur Mannerints. saddened as Mrs. King's father BINGO PARTY Councilman James Cook explained Mayor Starnes and council
Jackie Fox and (Leslie Beam Col. and Mrs. David Nelson passed away while they (Late Isata it)
Bridges, who the Watklna''ProP9
are presently stay The Melrose Junior Worncn' one mill Increase in chairman Ray -
ing at their summer.home in the returned home Saturday after BRIDGS CLUB recently returned from an extended wee in New York.Mrs. H_ Club la sponsoring a Bingo Byt mduMi a. cutty city taxes would absorb garbage to_ request-; Southern Railways -

I.I.Carollnaa. completing their 2-week posl-! Winners for l last week's session bl-yearly visit with for- John Paul Chlapplnl Iso Party to be held Friday Ph. 4732171IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA: collection taxes and be a'; make improvements on J
tons'! on the staff of mer friends and relatives in leave Saturday to meet her
Dr. and Mrs. Francis Me- Camp ;[m- of Duplicate Bridge in- the New husband in Hawaii night August 16, from 7:30-: uniform way for obtaining necessary the railroad right of way within .
mokalee.Mr. England states; While who Is returning -
Gahee of cluded the First 9:31) at the Melrose funds, by a communitythat met -
Orange Park, and Mr. following: place : p m. Worn. Keystone Heights council
i and !Mrs. Levllle Richardson:! and Mrs.: Stan LaCoste, of with 36 points was a .tie 'between enroute, the, Nelsons enjoyed a from a tour of duty In an's Club. Lola of nice gifts!; Howdy people, this here's ye bad been divided over the approval.

of Jacksonville, ,were' Saturday LaJtevlew"Drive, and Mr., and Louie Kyle, Stan Lacoste visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Viet week Nam. They will spend a,. and gift certificates from the old rolling-reporter with the sjue., f.,. lty poopertzjUx. c' -

'I. -.._evenlng..anem.., ea a. hlllll._ .MI: _. ;* Sl..Q5-fl1s.1 in" : ..Keystopnrsdw"resldlntr !: ,Wail before Qn..Wak1k1.J1eacla-Jra.IJa; ( local'merchants'win'be'a;!part fleWehtwetad&nIce'wteklast 'crease' or' continuation of garbage
'Xbwsoxi:/ returning to
Md. Mel-
Mr. and Mrs. Don Morgan of were in St. Augustine on Tues- Mrs. Heptenstall: third place ) of the prizes to be presented I week, didn't we? I guess I tax.'
Lake Geneva. Following dinner day and Wednesday of this weekat wlbh 35 points, Mrs. Bill Terry On their return trip they stopped rose to await further orders. to the winners.SCHOOL since I said that, this week The proposed $17,279 city KEYSTONE
over at Augusta Ga. Mrs. William T. Christianand
. party, the hosts and their the Ponce da Leon Motel. and 'Mrs. Pat Fraher; and REGISTRATION will be rotten again. It sure I budget for the coming year,

guests enjoyed dancing at the While there, the two couples enjoyed fourth, place with 32 points. Mrs. where they have some former and Janet children of, Mozelle, Emory, Melrose students who will attend was nice weather for gettingout .. and treasurer's report presented
military friends. visited I
Micanopy
Fireman's Ball which was held the presentation of 'the Fremont Tolles and Mr. Bill Interlachen High School and visiting, even though by r City Clerk Vlrgie Homer Drive-in Theatre
CROSS and SWORD Mr. and Mrs. Al Lagaase recently her aunt and family, Mr. and It did threaten to storm
at the Keystone Pavilion Terry. will be required to register!. at several ,. was approved by council.
Irs. Dock Tison and children
MaJ. and Mrs. Robert Jack returned from two times.
Mrs. Don Morgan and children a the school. All students who
The Duplicate Bridge Club la
left son and daughter, Beth, were weeks trip visiting. friends and last week. Their daughter, Jacquelyn The Chittys were aorta busy Mrs. Aughtry Vance, tax collector
Tuesday for Newcastle attended
the Melrose High School i Fri. IB 17
sponsored by Keystone Sat. Aug.
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presented the annual f
who has been visiting .
Pa. 'where they will visit Mrs. In Miami last. week) ,.visiting Heignts Woman's Club and is relatives around the Montgomery the last will be eligible. This is the last week. Last Tuesday, tax report. 11.__ :
Tlsons. returned home '
frIends and relatives. :MaJ. Jackson County 51
area Maryland. Grandmother _
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Copeland and !I
first that
s opened to the public. Play be- __ with them. year there will not "
was on a special assignment- gins promptly every Monday at nev. ana Airs norman w. bA a. htcrti_ _ooh/v_____ _at._ _It_.plimaA_.._ _. visited my cousin. Joan Cren- Tax Collector Aughtry Vance! l:: Butl a VUi.
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I with the National Guard during Walz and eons arrived Tuesdayto BM3 Walter Wilson Jr, currently Registration smw! while mother visited reported that all real and personal I'i': .
will be
7:30: p. m.NEWS, I August I '
their stay. spend a week with Rev. stationed In Pensacola, 26 for those students in grades Mrs. Ida Whitehead in Gaines taxes were collected for ':' TWIt ,' .

Mr. and Mrs. Lea Stephensonand Walz's parents, Mr and pent the weekend visiting hb!I 7 through 9. Students In grades ville. Mrs. Whitehead is Doing the year 1067-68. Tax books are I: fI'UUvi5\' \ 'I.L .

daughter, Carol. and Mr. Wm. Walz, of Lake Mrs'j mother Mrs. Walter Wilson. 10 through 12 will be required. fine now and likes her temporary currently open for Inspection l vi. .4 ,
and Mrs. Hal Adams and daugh- NOTES Rev. Walz is pastor of Sr. He also got a chance tovisit to new home. Friday at Keystone Heights Municipal L ", '
register 27. The time .
August RJ' .
: HEIGHTSDIRECTORY tees, of MIddleburg were vIsit- John's Methodist : with his aunt and uncle, will be from 900 until 300.: night, we were visited by A. B. Building.The "'.".Ii",. '
lug Hal's in the Carolinas Mr. and Mrs. L. Logan, of ; tax equalization board I ". !.. '
/parents Wharton N. J. He and his ,
B, Helen Rica: Mauldin Registration for students at I I and Katie Howard; and the u:: _-:::. ...... ,,_.."- I-e1-
last week family have taken an extended Mass. who are visiting Melrose Elementary will be I newlyweds, Michael and Koz- will meet Aug. 27.

MaJ. and Mrs. James Greek trip to visit his two sisters In his mother.Mr. August 21, 9:30: until 3:30: InStead ette Howard of Starke. A. B. Other business discussed In I Sun., Alon., Tues
of< NeWs Air Force" Base in Las Tennessee and Mrs. LeRoy Thorn- the! monthly council meeting 18
FELLOWSHIP CLUB and Texas, and \ of 8:30: as previously and Katie, returned Saturday, Aug. 19, 20()
Vegas, were weekend guests at The annual outing of the Fellowship have visited many historic ton and children, Gayle. David stated. and we. enjoyed a delicious Included Keystone Heights Air-

BEAUTY SHOP the borne of Col. and Mrs. Club wag held Sunday. places enroute.Mr. and Patty, are visiting/ his Students at both schools will shrimp and crab supper. Sun- port Mar Homer Sattertteld's Sweet Novemberwith
James! Chesslngton, ofLoch Lo- sister. Mrs. J. T. Green. The request for a mechanical road
Aug. 11, with a covered dish and Mrs.: Louis Kyle be i required to present their day visitors Included: Mary I Sandy Dennis
KEYSTONEBEAUTY mond. Mrs. Greek: and Mrs. luncheon at Gold Head Branch called on the F. P. Egan last Thorntons are from Houston, assignment sheets at the time and David Stegall and children scraper and wiring for additional
Chesslngton are sisters. Sunday to Introduce their 13- Texas. Her daughter and son- runway lights available
State Park. Thirty-eight members they register. These sheets Lamar and Lisa and James '
SHOP Mr. and Mrs. Ed /Maher and and visitors enjoyed the year-old grandson. Garland In-law Dr. and Mrs. George were mailed out from the ft ,Clara Sullivan of Willis- through surplus sources. Sat- Wed., Thur. Aug. 21,'22

six children of Jacksonville, Kyle, of Hermosa Beach T. Singleton, and children, erfield received council approval -
Bdlth Johnson. Owner outing. Mr. and Mrs. C. Mc- Calif. bounty office last week. Please tort/! Roy. and Teenie Crenshaw
Personal &: Creative Hair Styling and ,:Miss Susan Smith: of Manus and Mr. and Mrs. Garland had never seen his Marsha, Tom and Bob of bring these sheets when you and daughter Joan and Peggy to negotiate obtaining
Gainesville "were Sunday dinner guestsof grandparents, and the long bus Gainesville spent the weekend the equipment and having It; ? '
Every Form of Beauty Wood of Starke, were register.. They are Important. and Wayne Hersey of Gaines ,
I guests of Mr: and /Mrs. Herb with her. She also has as I transported to the airport.
Culture Tues.-Sat. 9-6; closed Gordon Baker District trip was eventful for him, as Youngsters entering kindergarten ville.-and: some of Wayne's (my
I Nelson. Honored guests were Mr. house guests her granddaughters Satterfield ala reported con
Commander of Veterans of a majority of the passengerswere and first grade will be brother) friends. ,,
..NURSERY and Mrs. Fred Hartmann of Wilmington. World War I. Three new mem- going to Miami Beach Cheryl and Nancy required to present their birth Pete and Joyce Barton,II tinued misuse of the city dump
Del. for the of New Orleans La. I near the airport and has been ,
this Republican Convention. r
enrolled at .Lana"1
: bers were certificate and their health Charlie and (
O.C. Carnes NurseryHwy. We were talking with Bill Dowing time. I Mrs. Ethel Moody sister of David Farmer will ,Vanetta Morris of I 1 deputized by council to arrest. ,
this week and he us day morning to return records. These forms are avall- [Continued on next Page) ,
1 100, Florabome! 659S163Knriwry : gave Is The Game-Fun Day program Mrs. Pat Loudon, Is undergoing -B.hlA---_ flfc__ the.__ _jwhrvk1______ Afftn__n!__.. u Afl.aignment _. I unauthorized persons enteringthe I
his son's address. Don iwho home in Spencer N. C.' after premises.
eye surgery in a Gainesville I !
Stock: Thousand in II sheets
20 will also be
will be resumed on Sept
with an Army Reserve unit in spending the summer with his r
of Plants A m-K onto House at hospital. Friends wishingto required. ,< _
Parish !
St. Anne's
Jacksonville, is now on active grandmother. Mrs. John A.:
remember her with
hoose cards
from Shade Trees, Evergreens 1::30 p. m. The September Covered School will open for all students -
duty at Ft. !Polk. Upon comple- Ross.
&: Landscape, Plants In be may address them to Alachua Marching; Forward
will September
containers. I' tion of his basic training he will Dish luncheon I I General Hospital.POSTMASTERS Jimmy Price Is in the Med UNITED 3. .
report to (Ft. Bam Houston Texas held Sept. 12 In the Masonic ical Center following recent METHODISTRev. -
Camellias A AraleasLftt I VILLAGE
Hall at 12:30: A special feature and Mm. Thomas Gey- BAPTIST
trained
he will be
V* Do Tour where : as I I Mrs Emily Ison has Just surgery.Also .
Landscaping
a medic. His present address is: will be the modeling of original returned from a month'a'vlsUwith In the hospital la Dean er will be hosts, at the regular Church Rev
ER. 149- hats by the mem ers. It is monthly meeting of the Chris- .First Baptist
Pvt. Don R. Dowllng, Crouch who la a patient in
friends and relatives in
Carroll Sunday -
Lawrence pastor.
USED CARS .1- 92365. Company B. 4th Bn., lit.BCT planned to have a speaker the Veterans Hospital in Gain,than. Fellowship Class.
Benham Ky., which was her .. Wor-
School 9:45: m
Bde., Ft. Polk. La. 71459. from the University of Florida. esville. Members of the MethodJ.stYouth
Hanks Used Cars home before retirement. She ship Services 11 a. m. and
Fellowship
COMMUNITY CHURCH are planning
Emmai Matthews. of
Miss Also on the sick list Is. Miss i
BIG CASH DISCOUNT Erie, Pa., .is visiting Mrs. Gros- Rev. and Mrs. Leon F. MU- also Tenn.visited and In Morristown, Colleen Bickel. We wish them I a car wash. to be held Saturday 7:30: p. m. Training Union.

TERMS berg, of Lakeview Drive. ner invited their house guests Mr. and Mrs.Bowling Dean Green Sargentand Ky. i all a speedy recovery. August 24 at Chiappini'sService e::30 p. m. Nursery open for .

BUY SELL TRADE Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kyle, of to participate\ in the Sunday family of Vienna N. J. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl L Station. all services.

Rt. 1 Box Ie Little Lake Keystone, have been morning worship service.! Hagglund Sr. and Mr. and I Byron Courtney and his son,
recent of his
were guests
Hwy. 100 8 Miles S. Stark entertaining their grandson Chaplain Oden M. Pullen his parents Mrs. Carl Hagglund Jr. areMr. Curt were hosts of a swim- -CATHOLICSt. .
the Merrill Sargents. Accompanying William's ChurchSun.day
and from Maxwell i mini party held at the home
Garland :KyleOf/ Hermosa wife son and Mrs. Robert Jones
Beach. Calif., ton the past AFB. Ala., spent the weekendIn the Dean Sarg-- and of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Nckellon Mass. 9 a. m. WednesdayMass
CONCRETE PRODUCTS daughter Terry, of Jacksonville
ents was Mrs. Eva Dorcus
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Lake Geneva. and Novena p. m.
Pullen. It for
month. Garland has certainly Keystone. Chaplain ; Danny Hagglund 01 r was
INSIST THAT ALL YOUR enjoyed the recreational facilities I who recently returned from a and family. Chicago: and Mr. and Mrs. the young people of the United COMMUNITY CHURCH
Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Plnatre
OONCBXTH: PRODUCTS made possible by our many three-year tour of duty In Turkey Moe Hagglund and children,, Methodist and Presbyterian Sunday School, 0:40: a. m.
ARE THK BEST FROM lakes. was guest preacher. of Remsay, Ind. spent a weekat Churches. Morning Worship, 11 a. m-
formerly of Hawaii soon to be .
Mr. and !Mrs. Bill Cherne' and The Women's Circle Bazaar their Village home. stationed In Omaha Nebr. After swimming and boating, Nursery at 11 o'clock service

Edward's Biuldinff sons of Tampa. are house Workshop isU'aently calling Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brennan In a strange chance meeting,, the young people went to the only. Rev Leon F. MUner,
and children of California
Inc. guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. for more ladles !to' attend the are Miss Carol Rotbhammer, wra home of Rev. and Mrs. James pistr.EPISCOPAL"
Supply the with
spending summer
Jim Zowarka of Lake Geneva. Wednesday! morning sessions Neale, where they enjoyed
was spending one day In Hon> -
their parents, the John Bren- ,
726 IIJ.OAlNtSVJLI.IC.. Mat -STB-4844 to learn that the fellowship dur- barbecued hamburgers
We were sorry and enjoy lulu enroute to Japan, was more St. Anne's Church Rev.
of Lake Geneva.
FLA. Van Ellis '18 year old son of ing the lunch hour. Christmas nans The new Lake Geneva post walking down the street ard; swimming, and games. I William I. Jones. Vicar Ho.ly Moving steadily forward toward worth-while

WATCH REPAIRS Mrs. and Mrs. Fred Ellis of Lake articles of unique design! are office Is nearing completion came face to face with MoeHagglund. Those attending Included Susan Communion, 8 a. m. every goals Is the family that has formed the happy habit,
Geneva, passed away at his being made. and there I Is a Nickel Curt Courtney,
whom she had I
Sunday. First SUndayHolY of systematic saving t -
on the same site, under the
evening. Van need for ladles to Chip Pov ell.! Carol and Glen-
home on Friday great more !
known In M!lrose. He and his
direction of Postmaster Bill p Communion, 8 a. m. and 9:30:
Anthony Crawford /would have been a senior at Join the work force. wife Invited she and friend I da Chamblee. 'Janet and John four-
a
a. m. Second third. and
Keystone High School this fall. Missionary Sunday was observed Baker. to have dinner with them.-That, Adam and their cousin, Pete, th Sundays Morning Prayer Every deposit in your savings bank account is

Watch Repair Sevice Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sullivan: on August 11 when night Carol left for Japan and I Brent Baldwin. Tina Bickel, 9:30: a. m. Evening Prayer a milestone on the road that will bring YOUR familyto

of Nelson's PoInt. entertained Mrs. Leon F MUner revieweda TYPEWRITERS: Manual, the Hagglund family left the, Tommy Whltton. Billy Schoe- -Sunday. 7 p. m. Holy Days the fulfillment of i its dearly cherished desires.

All Makes and Models friends with a dinner party at book by John L. Sherrill. ElectrIc For sale or rent. -I next day for the States! Talk neman, Mr. ,Courtney, Mrs. will be announced.

Phone 473-4219 their home on- Sunday evening. senior editor of "Ouideposts." Bradford County Telegraph. I about chance meetings! ,Incidentally .: Nickel> Rev. and Mrs. Neale

The party iwas given In honor It Is the story of Brother Andrew I I have received word I Mike Shulta and his cousin, LUTHERAN KEYSTONE STATE BANK

Keystone Heights, Fl.. of their house guest; Mrs. William who smuggled Bibles in- FILING CABINETS. Typewriter that Carol is now' in Japan.Mr. Debbie Stephanie Bannister, Divine Worship! 11... m

Hlwsy 100. 2H MUes East ., Mulvey of East Orange to Russia This is similar to the Stands, Desks Chain, and Mrs. Lee Howell I Martha Mathews, and Laura Sunday. Holy Communion 2nd (Member TJXLC. XeyvtoiM Height, FU,
N. J. Other guests Included Mr. work carried on by Dr. Peter and children visited his aunt., Shannon. Sunday. Services held each

Keystone Heights and !Mrs. Al Beranek of Sun Deyneka and the Slavic Gospel Safes. Bradford CountyTelegraph. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Tlaon last Sunday. at St. Anne's Episcopal l Tor Frl..dly Bank la TOOT' FrIen4I.. ;

Watch for Sign In Front City, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Assn.. in which the Community I week. PAYROLL ENVELOPES.. Church. Richard Meyer.
Schuh of Keystone Heights. Church suit Sunday School are SIGNS an kinds. Metal or 1 | Craununity.
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Atlanta Ga, and Mrs. Bobby lere's Leeon. parents on Wednesday, after] Power week camping in the Great. was also ripped off during. the layout !if requested.
INDIAN BEACH Parhan of Jacksonville and LEEON'S CORRNER I ending two vyeeks at 4Jie The Roy Roark: family have .-Smoky Mountains of 'North brief !Sunday afternoon "Storm. Seedling "planting pines) is a good wayto
Mr. and Mrs J.lf.Colernan:" \ >*.. .rti Bad and the Good" t l'' .MI e: )cal Center fhe doctors had u...house guest the past Carolina. On their return"trip A number of newcomershave Order.: JVIay turn otherwise" unproductive.

and "91(; of-J Jacksonville\ : .; .,sIt' ,In the house. 'irt ,,my" ., explained: that it will be three two weeks Oracle. .Diamond of( the two couple camped at 'recently moved into the Be acres into profit, Prevatt said
Mr. and)4rs. ,!laq-lII. KIn Wheelchair lot six: months before they willknojr Gainesville Indian River Campground in community or surrounding Placed. Now; He added that many landowners

From. Proceeding Pace brough and Mr/ and Mrs. Aid see. the people out' in the ) whether o.r'not the body Mr and Mrs. A. G. Pope recently Georgia arfea and ,we wish .to extend, a Although planting time J is may find themselves eligible
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Houston'', Texas were weekend Daryl! Barrows were..visited: yard.; "' will accept the eye;:: returnee Eau Gallic Also enjoying a camping warm welcome to each family. still several months Florida for assistance and costsharingunder
away
guests of Ralph and Pat Fill. last weekend by Mr. and Mrs. They're out there enjoying Danny Williams of Gainesville and were accompanied by vacation in the Smokys were Among those who are now Forest Service nurseries are the AgricuItural! The:>Oqnser.

.moj Mid family In Tampa. Jack Kemp and sons of Miami life .has ,spent .the. past week granddaughter Gail Saxon, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hicks making Hampton their home accepting orders now tor pine vatlon Program.'be of'helpb County
Mr*.?:Butcher of Jacksonville,, Mr. and Mrs 'Mac Humphreyof Working and playing so hard: 'In tl\8\ 'jM>me of Guy Haddock. -who is planning to spend several and children During their are the Anthony Benckowsky seedlings and several other Forester can recommefldit'wlpch! $re
was visiting. Marian and Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. I'd love just to be able. Carolyn Kennan\! Is home ,weeks with her grandparents. week's stay the Hicks family I. family from Cleveland Ohio; types of trees. also in manarement'uI I
Preacher"'' ,:Winters over the Tom Fraser and children and To go out and join in with after spending a week in South visited Rev. and Mrs. Paul the Donald Coopers of Starke, The FFS nurseries expect a types of forest val for the con- .
Weekend Miss Barbara Barrows of them. Carolina with re,atlves. On ,yf! :, and Mrs. Ernest Greene Travis and son Timmy of : and ,the Harold Rhodeu family sell-out of 70 million seedlings sure ASC IIJPP/ ,
.Connie: Hoydlck of Jackson Jacksonville. The Kemps are But when you are In a wheelchair Thursday: cf last week Mrs. recently' : spent the weekend In "Bryson City N. C. of Melrose. now growing so Bradford County servatlon program.

.vWe. spent the. weekend ,with the children of the Klmbroughs Kennan and daughters journeyed Fort Stewart Gar with. son-in- ,, The Carters Perrys and ,Those who are celebrating Ranger J C. Frevatt. Jr.,
Mr..and Mrs "Pap" Norswor- :Mrs. Humphrey' is the sisterof It: puts you in a hem. ,to South Carolina to pickup law ,and daughter. Mr. and Hicks were in the Smokemont birthdays this week are: Mike suggests ordering seedlings now; Dick Van flykc
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thy and son, Henry. Reba's both Mrs. Barrows and Mrs. Sometimes, even In kidding Carolyn: Mrs."Eugene Waldron. The Campground area during/ the Bowers. Mrs. Essie Johnson, for setting out in December.
ester! Kathleen Mclnnes ot Kimbrough; and Mrs. .Presets They'll complain" about working Mr. 'and Mrs B. Q. Waddell Greenes returned with granddaughter same week and enjoyed visitIng Mrs. Edith .Parker, Charles January, February,and perhapsas Trips through
Ocala spent.the week with her Mrs, Barrow's daughter I so.: of Wabaaso: spent several days !, Diane who spent the each other. .Hinson, Debbie Hill Julie Sax- late as March. !
,"Pap'"' spent the weekend at Mrs. Helen Walker! Charles But" "how much I'd give. !fo with their, "P-unt! ,Mrs. T. 'F.Brown. week in Hampton. Over this Mr. and Mrs Foster Hayes on, and Shirley Hamel. Deadline for ordering seedlings At
Florida
the' Robert Meyer In Jacksonville Walker and sons of Jacksonville work as they do. past weekend Eugene and and sons vacationed in South Miss Betty Durling, formerly is October 1, After that Spoof ; l ; (
: attending a company and Mrs. Dolph Reddish They I really can never know. Mr. ,and Mrs. Bruce Titus. Mary Alice traveled to' Hamp Florida last week. While in of Jacksonville Beach is now date, orders will Jbe processedIn
sates! meeting. and children of Starke, were .Just' 'to get out and run. and daughter',' Janell, of Starke ton Jo pick up their daughterand clearwater they} went deep sea at home tor an indefinite stay Tallahassee on a first-come. Dick Van Dyke!blunders and I.
Mrs. E. B. Watkins Is visiting weekend guests of the' D. W., Or ven'just to walk. were "* Friday night dinnerguestaof. while here they spent fishing and reported having a with her aunt. Mrs. Ethel Tid- first served basis for .species; /stumbles/ hla wM.i1lrsugh..IWe-'

relatives In North .Augus. Carpenters. Mrs. David Reid -Would -give" -me-such-- a jpleas-. ( ULej.C.Rged.fam- .some time with their parents) good time as well as a good well. She is presently employed I that have not been sold out. ver a Dull Moment,*' a Disney
ta, Ga," this week.. and sons of Jacksonville"; we. ily. Mr. and! Mrs Laurie Carter Mr. ,and Mrs. Lamar Brown catch. On Sunday they visited !in Gainesville. The minimum order for seedlings spoof or gangster movies which
Mrs. James Robbing Is visiting spent Sunday with the Carpen That I'd hardly be able to talk. were Sunday guests ot..the and: girls; and Mrs. Florrie Betty's brothers, Forrest Bailey Mrs. Frances Wadsworth returned ] Is 500.Prices will be on the Florida Theatre

her daughter, Mrs. Judy ters.Charles Since I love to fish, Reeds. Belle Brown enjoyed a day at and family of Orlando ,and hone/ Friday after per thousand are: Pine. screen Friday through Tuesday.
Thompson in Boca Raton, for Louise, and Paulette \wish\ that I could ,paddle. Ada Mae Thomas, daughterof St. Augustine'Beach. While in Mr. and Mrs W. L. Bailey in spending a week in Marathon slash, sand, loblolly, and longleaf Aug. 16-20.
a few days. Strandberg of Jacksonville And wouldn't it be great, Mr.. and Mrs.JWUlard Thomas the area they also enjoyed the Lakeland. with her son and his family $5;; red cedar Aridona cypress Also starring In the wacky

Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Argo and Sam, Dorothy, and Charles To .ride.throughthe, country-In returned to Hampton Saturday famous Alligator Farms. Walden Wadsworth of the Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wads- and catalpa, $10; and tu- film which revolves around a
and children. Billy and Donna Henry Butler of Ormond In a saddle I after spending a month Mrs. Margaret lII1'awforatrav Merchant Marines, son of Mrs i worth of Bunnel. The group pelo gum, $15. case of mistaken identity are
of Macon Ga., Hayden Smltt Beach were weekend guests of And if I could use my hands. with her sister, Mrs. Patricia I eled to Cape Canaveral last Frances Wadsworth, returned enjoyed fishing while in the All of avail Edward; .JRobtaaan.2 !! ._.Boatfby
these varieties
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and daughtersCandy and Renee Mrs. Jo Strandberg. Sunday, Good enough to write. .Holt in .Ft.. _Campbell! Ky. Friday .where she participatedIn home Tuesday morning after Keys Recent guests in Mrs. able at Andrews Nursery are, Chief. Provine and Joanna Moore.
"of"Live: "Oak- and Mr. and hey 'attenderf"the! Ha.1 -Mlzell 1 uld'cRjatestory each Mrs. Mary Williams spentMonday the State Women's Slow- some months of travel which Wadsworth's home were her Sharing the hflrwnrbe "a Disney .
land, which will make truck deliveries ,
Mrs. X. M. Smith and family Family Reunion rear.) Worth, day. uid Tuesday in Tampa I pitch Softball Tournament. took him into Japan the South sister and family, Mr and to the Forest Service short, "Mickey Mouse Happy
of Starke, were visiting Mrs. 'ngton Springs. Before.. I would say "Goodnight" where she attended a Post- Margaret' a member of the Sea Islands and Honolulu. Mrs. Joe Day. and their Station on Highway 10d (west) Birthday' Show.'rTJils. 30-mln- \,
H. T. Smith and Mrs. Ruby The .Art Wheelers are vaca- masters' Training Seminar I Beggs Gulf' Women's Softball Walden is a radio operator a daughter and her family. Mr starting in late November The utefilm celebrate! vthe 40th
Wolfe over the weekend: Mrs Cloning from'' Aug. '14 till the If I just could' talk plain. She ,was, accompanied" to the I team,of Starke, ,.return1! home board ship. and Mrs. Ben Cumbie, all of charge for truck shipments from birtday 'JOt.the. lltttt mouse.
Techla McGrUX: of Jackson- 26th, so the store..will be. closed enough. ). meeting .by 'Mrs. Mary Nor Sunday. On Monday the entire What was believed to be a Plant City. Mrs. Wadsworth's the is 35 cents per The Florida Theatre plans a
yule visited her mother Mra* during'this'time.. To';:spread"His glorious' word, .wood,r'' postmaster of,Waldo. team was treated to a steak small twister touched down niece and family were over thousand.nursery special party-t.of IMJoljey!\ follow
Smith. last week. Peggy Coburn and Suzy I know It would be so wonderful. Mr. and M ts. Gerald Adklns supper., approximately four miles southof night guests while her sister ing the movies which will begin
Order blanks be obtain'd '
Judy 'Olennie of Starke her Rain were in Ceda.r-ey.} on visited the/! eon-in-law and Wendy Hill recently ..spen'aeveral Hampton near the residence and brother-in-law remainedfor may -. at 2 p. m. Saturday.PrlsedW1l1
from the Florida Forest Service
brother-in-law and Ma:\ family Saturday ..getting some Jled-tysh To win lost souls for the Lord. daughter.'the: ,Calvin Richards" ; days in the home of of Charles Hicks and Donald a more extensive stay headquarters from the be given
John and" Diane Olennie and for a 'fish'fry on Sunday ,Co-- But you know. I used to walk' in. Ocala last Thursday. Patti Kline at Plant City. Wen. Cooper In addition to a number Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Parker :Bounty: .Forester's office or in the "T Angry JJre.ed'.1VQl: 1 tia the
son. Garrett of' Wisconsin fturn's;nephew. Butch Rain and And: play out In the yard.I Linda yrquhart of Miami ispealing' dy and Patti will be roommates of large trees being un were Sunday dinner guests of Vjrlculture Building the Fair- ,feature at the theatre onj Wednesday

came dqn ,.!last. ,Thursday and. friend,' Joann -Boone.',of.Gain. can remember 00 much fun' two' .weeks in the this fall at Chlpola Jun. rooted, many limbs of considerable their son-in-law and daughter rounds. The County Forester and'Thur day.
cooled 'oU in our lake. Much to esvllle;'>Mac Betty and Chuck Without thinking too hard. tome of Mr.,and Mrs L. N. lor College In Marianna size were twisted O' Mr and Mrs. Milton Misner of vlll also study proposed planting .
their regret John Diane and McGowan of Jacksonville.. Mr. I could get out and play TOley. and their son, Mike Mr, and Mrs. Hazel Perry snapped off and carried eom Gainesville. The occasion for sites and make helpful! suggestions TYPEV1tITtR&,7tTal0aal. bRElectric
Oarrett had to ''return home and :Mr: Jim Smith' and children For i several wonderful years' together, with .Mr. and Mrs. Dubb Carter recently spent a distance by the strong winds the gathering was to celebrate on land preparation and Forsale tr.ieat.i...
the; end of lost week, after a all helped the. Rain family And they were really great. 1; The roofing from a small shed Mrs. Parker's birthday. Bradford County' Telenanli. .

.two-week vacation in our beautiful and .Miller. family] enjoy the, Despite busted' heads and tears ----- ,
state.Len fish. '" 111 always remember. those
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,. Linda and ,daughter, It looks like the Millers1 are years, EATWELL GREEN LABEl .' .
Tl1at'wondeo1ul
Tammy Swearlngen. of Jacksonville going to the snakes. Jeff al- time of my,

spent the. weekend most,'.tepped on 24 Inch Coral life. Ai' TUNA F.
They help me now and the
with Fred and Vera Swearing snake. in the driv way'Monday.and future FAIR
,en. The (Swearingens attended killed It. Friday night'! a
the ,.funeral.of Jay Wlngate In Diamond-back rattler ,was laY. When with'strife.sometimes. I'm bothered'
t Jacksonville on Saturday. MrWlngate ; !Inar In the driveway, and 'Jeff( Pfin CAN 19CIIMIT.2
But, at least I can type.
,, was a friend of Mrs. killed it too. With this ho .

Swearlngen Sr weather, the snakes are prowlIng ). And:llgent use mind.my moderately" ..n Intel. n II
Mr,..and Mrs. Ace of Daytona looking for a cool place to WITH 5.00 OR w a '
"That give me a lot to .do. -
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visited Fred and CortneThleman MORI ORDERMONOGRAM
stay. So please watchwhere
.. ; With my somewhat abundant
Sunday. you ''step. (right, Jeff)? I time.I ,
,Mr. and Mrs. Leon Buckles Sorry about) that 'folks, but have such LONG GRAIN UDE
and ,family ,of Palatka spent that's all the news for another -friends. really great 0 SUPERMARKETS

Tuesday through Sunday al t, week. With" all the children .
Like Otis Melton my ,.buddy RICE
Griffins Lodge Guests there, around now let.s'all be cared And I truly'realize.. I
,this week. Include: Mr. an ful. When
driving your cars ..
.Mrs.: Kenneth Johnson of, and boats, keep a close .watch That{ without them, life ,wound ., .1' rAICCI, GOOO IHUlfan rH'U I t:1
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be smutty. JArU'OH AUGUlIJr .I1." .
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. 2 9 _.
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walking and swim And then there's CELLO It //IUAHmr IIGHr; "SilVIO -
my wonder
,L. Moore and sons of Jack mlng. Remember the child you '
ful family.
aonvllle. Mr.; and Mrs. J. T save be Q- TIPS
may your own. So
They'd! do anything to help me.. YOUR CHOICE!
.Bearman and
family of Gain until next week. "May God 1 LIMIT-Ile/IIWITN1.0001NoNFOOD! OIDII
Sometimes I think if I
swine, Mr. and Mrs. Teal 01 t bless and keep you an." NowJAcKSONViLLE was
blind. COTTON SWABS I : i

'" .. ,.. Theyd I'd see.help me so much till I'1 q COFFEE SALE !

I enjoy being able to fish. PKG .
And, going. ,to* wrestling and 0F54 I ... ,.. .t r.i.. q -- ... -. ,... :_ '
J uch.' 1

Whenever) { I stop .and think. + -1 FOLGERS ibcon .. FOOD FAIR 'ib c..

To. be thankful. I .have so. r 1tCOFFEEj

Business DirectoryAuto So much..it's .really ,.not as .bad. SUAVE, i i

As so many. .- people., might HAIR SPRAY. : InPptR1Jox ) 5'8'" 48. t
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Sales & Service MOTORCYCLES\ Blessings, CAN ,

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Parruh Motors H O' N D AMONTESA So 'I'm just working and biding \
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my time SAVE 16< FROZEN SLICED YOUR CHOICE!
SALES! In this 016,600, world.? '. IIMIT-I' DETERGENT WITH s.oo OKBII

SERVICE MOTORS' .A ,CYCLES( CO. And waiting. for 'my new body .STRAWBERRIES.SUNSHINE IOosPKGS

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4940& Planning Blvd.
Good Used cars Phone 771-8244 ASSORTED JUNE BOY FRESH KOSHER DILL .

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Hairstyling Paulus Music Co. .ox

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'1 W. .Monroe Band String Instruments Back-to-School
833-6891 Hampton Baptist Church. Rev.Melvin ,
Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers Hamel-Sunday School

RiversideHairstyling School Suppll--.lnltruction 10 a m. Morning Worship at .r WI &pe iae!

Roberts Recorder 11. Training Union, 6:30: p. m.
Music IAbraryrt> Evening Worship 7:30.: Wed- 1

Academy Repair Department day night Prayer Service, a u.s. CHOICI BUF FILLER
20S9 Park 8*. 388-8357 41 W. Monroe .. 835-8447: 7:30: with choir practice fol-

Qualified:Modem Instructors Styling PIANOSFor 4 lowing.Christian Church Rev. Carl -S 'jz CHUCKROAST L P4P.E.R,

Accredited VA Approved Clarks -Sunday School 10 .a. :
!Pay or Night Classes m. Morning Worship, 11. Evening 500'C.OU
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Musical Advice Worship 7:30.: 'a .
ELECTRIC MOTORS C. "CARTER'MCBChlckerlng PERSONALS ,
Again our community is r I

Y Peavy Brothers. deeply saddened by the loss of _

Electric Co. I Juanlta one of its Hinson members.passed away Mrs. 4.8.B '

ELli: nua MOTORSeoldeervlcedR.palred 4 FRIC BOOK COvERs
early Monday morning to :the WITH
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and Other University of /Ape4: .
Generator Florida Medical + SUPPIY f>UBCHASII -
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Name .Brand Pianos\ Center at Gainesville followinga
4044 Armature Lenox Rewinding KIMBALL "SWINGER" brief lllne s. Friends of, thefa.mJ.ly 1 .\\'eSr\( ; .
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ORGANS wish to express their I /
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MATERNITY WEAR Roosevelt Mall- 388-8319 deepest) sympathy. She win be
I greatly missed by all who TOMATOES
knew her. .
SEWING CENTER .
Rev. and Mrs. Mel Hamel
have returned from a twoweektrip CARTON

H. & N. which they to Montpelier were accompaniedby Vt. on rt OF6 2 5'<" I t a' VL1.I: ,

their little granddaughter,
SEWING, CENTER Susan Krenach of Key West GRO'u" "h.k
FIRM GREEN
.. While in Vermont they visited usonPHOICE
Console Model makes
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with, Bro. '
"JacksonvllleV Most Complete plans: stitches, monogram,' Mrs Mina Hamel's mother ABBAGE
Lynch and
Ms sis JBE1F
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overcasts 'sews
Shop for Mother-to-Be on buttons, ter's family Mr. and Mrs.
make button holes it blind
JUDY'S stitches. No attachments Robert Blanchard. (r' 1rjNesh.
Supplying in the worship services 6cl
MATERNALANE Demonstrators $48 or $6 per 5 f L8
during Bro. Hamel's absence e: c:. .v"
T 1007 Park fit. 8M- Ois mo. Call Jax 771-d850 was Rev: Louis Chester .

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MOTORCYCLES' WESTERN STORE as hosts for Rev.' Chester and ',9ft ; ;! LARGE STACK PASCAL ,U.S. ,NO. 1 WHITE ,it ..

Us family] were Mr. and Mr I'
TriumphOf Jack Greene; Mr: and Mrs. CELERY ACH J1 POTA T.OES..55 '
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Gene BIrt; and Mr. and Mrs... < :
LITTLE DUDE
JacksonvilleAHA Wes Griffin.
':.: James Ashley Jones, six r
TRIUMPH TWH '. .' at *Hmtn "'
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sales Part -"Servioa Western Clothing' -" Leather Mrs. H. F. Jones :recently bad 5: tZX: DRESSED PLATE f SHORTf
UNIt Motorcycle In Stock goods SaxUie)< and -Trailers an eye-transplant at' the. University !. OLEO f PIZZA f WHITING I STEW ff RIBS i
&;or 228 nilUlp. Hwy U. S. I & Charles & Sharon Petty of ;2 Florida+ Medical Center
JacksonvtH 329-7245 90S 8. Edcewood :I; 884-1210 Young James came home ,

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THURSDAY
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Uen. ; age restrictions. Please come day eJ1j1ltp. The fields: wpl '
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Mrs. of lUs parents Mr. and I Mr. aud",!Mrs. Reed LewUand out Thursday and bring a covered f operate on this asfa throughout lf' ...vwan..

BJIO.OKERBj: { i people Leroy Stokes. The young i family of Wlggina. MI,88., C dish. ; the "season, ao long as
; Dove Fields
enjoyed the
outdoor have retumed' their bome We'are
1 > glad to have Latrell : birdsare; plentiful. -the Oelt .
'Joyee,3tokesBirthday weiner roa, t and refreshments.Tony's after ,spending tyro;, weeksvac Hamilton home from the 'hospital Should\ ,tt i become necessary I itbCktaett .'
i birthday cake was decorated ation with';.Mr. and MM..C. L. after an automobile accident Set To Open : ,fields due ,toa, .soar-
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AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ I with ,.a miniature rock AUdnsort and.; Mr. and Mrs. E.! which had her In'the' city, of birds It will be an Mern
& roll band. Games were play' C. ;'LPra'W. hospital",both ,iIn Starke and ,
Party { .nounced ,far
"the u In advance as.possible
:ed and Dove 'hunters will have,:
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Tony CasUen ,was pleasantly prizes awarded .to JUr. ..aid,'Mrs Jack Elmore Gainesville, for several \weeks. .. 7
: Carol opportunity to try tbeirt-ehot-
; Galney Kathy Bristol, and ,,c hlldtren of Apopka were Sorry to hear that Mrs. Em- '
night t;
surprised .last Friday skill four "NortJ\e\ tRegion' The,number of hunters al-
Reeda Lewis, and Charlie .CBs.WORLD'S gun on- +
visiting tMr and Mrs C. L.
ma Mott Is In the hospital.In : -
lowed
PublJo -Dove. fields. according W the field will be determined 'I
.Adtlnsoi ,,%nd Casey AtklnnonSunday. Stark-.J.so Gene Raulersona Is to ...MajorRobert M. '.bjT the availability
.*:;Son Jackie Elmore patient ther&-bope they will
.Brantleyregional; ,managst 1 birds"and?.the number of hunt.ere .
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returned ith them after '
be able to home-soon.
come
for the Game and Fresh Water deemed sate for ,.the slqe:!
-spendtn.?'$ .t week M here Riceasey. h ,florJ1neRogers .of jp.ay.tona\ Fish Commission. of the field. Field operators NewBohn Rex Rotary Spirit 'Duplicator -1
Beach the weekend with
spent
SMALLEST The fours' Ileldal have a corp.Jblned \WlU. e.Iit..radlo. contact ,with/ .... .
>llr.,4gdJ Mts. >,,
} PrancJa Rues her parents ,4r.
and\ ,1f1rs.1E.
| the
00acres othermanaged, fields and
\ ..total.of ,
andtMr oyer ,
= and Mrs. Jaek Vance o.- Rogers. '"'
ELECTRIC F and ,jshould' ''produce good will direct hunters to these
and son,.( Chicago. I 4
,01. were community was-sadden I
cur shooting. .They .are plantejd -area* >:ln'the ;event that the
ADDING tie';; vefojftht/ guests ,of Mrs e the death of-Dave-Oreen Shunter number" 1
Ethel: Ruaa'laat' Friday last with'osuch dove ,attractor, ,as rule should' '"
..Thursday. Funeral SET
:Mr; i :"i Mrs Kennth I iota vices the corn: ..peanuts combine! pea.. come into',.effect.A I" I ....
.were held .at, .Brookcr ,
Tt: : millet. :
and several types of daily permit It
costing $2.00
MACHINEMiff and aon., ol' Gainesville were Baptist Church and interment : I t -
visiting -Mrs.' Ethel RUBS Sunday at the New River Cemetery a.'fh'e Douglas,field Is located Inaddition to" a 'regular''-hunting ..a

&a .. ,. ;. Sunday r near the Columbla-Olle t ,' ...license.. la required to hunt j ; .., : 1t ....
Co .tltyjlnethreeW1 a lout the lds. Thepermits be < .r. .
may j g
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,.Mr. -:'and'Mm., Richard Nip Mr. and ,Mrs. Pete Norton Port I !
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of White; off State Road: obtained at the rteld. 'on open I
pei'Amveon ,of Starke were and children of Gulf Port. '' ; .-
hfit .//tt. vThe .\Wa Ion field to iI In Colombia day..
1 kTHE :week end' n guests of Mr. and Miss, were dinner guests of rha r e,
l County, approximately .. .
Shirley Mrs Emma Lou TomUnson i J .
Mr.
,, ; Tetetone '
sUtal; : ''Lawrence! ..Wiggins/ ,and and '\.eons last Thursday nigfet.! : ,twelve, miles ,south 01 -'Lake I open for businas ; ...&
Cityoff ,State Road 47. The -The ;
rirr.lt Covrt 'el The ...
After dinner the .1 .p
,graiulsorRonnie|\ Wigging Nortons and Olustee :ICleld ,,1s located tn .Ba Klcktb: ,4..lcl.| circuit OC
8 e..t\.. \ten! :'' day in iVlrglnla the- TomUnsona visited Mr. and ; i VlurlJa I. A.d For Bradford ...
: .ker County} fifteen miles east I Coa.t-r. Case No. -- -- ,.;... '" ..
Mrs -
Bee4bVa'4'wlth; ; Mr, and Mrs. Doyle.Hazen and family 7
,. of Lake City on;U. .S, 90. The Dqlll. / bf le".nder Plaintiff ,Who says on etticiupireater: "votloble'ln born. fiancT aridj .
'CjlarleaWlggint and-family, 1x In {Lake Butler. Mrs TomUn -v.iWlllarJ J. McAI.s-I .
e'a and the Whltehouse field is located InDgvLC9ulltyeJout ander, Defendant.MOTICH' : i Jias.to be on 'yesoreNot Bohn. .electric models from"
a .was qul ', treat for Ronnie son boys spent weekend Of SUIT J21S plus aJ +
as U-..wift.hls first.plane ride iMr. i with the Norton at their ,, fWO.mllebweat .Tot Wlllard J. MoAlextnder I The front ana back trays of the f.E.T,

> ..\and,,Mrs.. ,Leroy Stokes :vacation lake house on Lake pf.Whitejicufle' on ,Halsema. ..Addr.ai. 'Unknown R-11 Spirit Duplicator close''Info' .
Road off U. S. 90. V Notified For free trial
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,and .family, .Mrs. C-,I.; .AUdn- Anne.TllESSA, -- The .Watson, Olustee ,and an act onefore dlvorc haa been I a handsome, compact, dustprool com in, ,
son I flied asafu.trou and .you .are Case. phone or lend hit coupon _
i Carol Oalney, -and ';"VAjarie j "
Bristol ",enjoyed -an'.,.afternoonand !.y.. ...yy y.... lWhltehoive Saturday.! ,.Oct.-fields, :S.at will .noon.,open I..equl..e.. to. .',.defen.e copy, If any of ) 'In performance, the R-11 has -- ,rw.uu

evening .visiting: ,ilr. ;and, JESTand ,ach '.Saturday.there- iorney'wn; for. :'PlalntIu.>whooe Shaw, At ad- mechanical' features that make t ::

Mia. Reed Lewis and family :r after jpie(Douglas field win '&jaa la."148 wet, Call Street, for clean, quick, Inexpensive Electric .. .
Unttrex ,
I DESCRIbABLE M3Compare and Mr, and. Mrs.. Paul Fauli Stark Florida. and file the copies. Patented wick distributes
open on Saturday.: Oct.vfl .at I Iprtgnel' | wlth-.ttue .ClerK of the
ner and family ,at Earlton!; above atyled Court. on or before' fluid( where needed -I...
outstanding feature Large capacIty By''' Dorothy Mill noon EST, and each Wednes- Supt.mbor, 3.- 'U968J otherwlieJuilvmant no flooding. .5"
Beach last
-lists ao-TTlolsilsj 11. Credit balance fast (ISO Thursday.' Phone 473-4518 a be entered, _An.automatic master clamp $ 5'0
...
.WOMAN'S CLUB f.r"rhe .
roomy keyboard ttght even you relief da mgkes It
cycles/min.).Standard as easy to Insert a master ..
touch else-no larger than a telephone, weighs Just A Woman' Club -for:Brook-. .." ..AAA AA .pak.Cindy Petition.1 mandad:tin: ,the\ Complaint or unit In this Bohn Duplicator 2'99, "
as
BlAe BB wett-placed motor bar, paper roll enclosed for er, is the aim ,of the meeting and 'Jimmy Davis attended ..
w Wltneaa .
hand .tieaaal to )feed sheet
my .n. of
handsome carrying case Included. Ul .,.JI.u"'t Church .Salt Springs -Baptist a paper Into a ......
the
true portabflfty, to.be.held --fTbuiwlay' *ll...... \ ot said Court on the 9 ..
a.naetlOnglr' quattty-butrt portable machine for years of m. at the Brooker Civic Cen Sunday .School, 10 a. m.: : Church Vacation B1 e\.School day Of August 1999.vcharle.Derby. ,tyoewriter. Only one control' .

trouWe-tre.* service. TERMS AVAILABLET ter. Mrs. OlcDJlda'i\ of GalnesvUla Morning Worship. 11 a, m,; :. last week at Salt Springs. At. Aa Clark Of Said,Court .knob runs the machine. No .Hand Model
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; all ladles Training Union 6:30: p. nt.; tending Bible School with them By tiaulah ,Moody, ,complications.'' '' .;. ,
..wUliapeetgltth ..
Aa : Clark
:1. Deputy
Bradford County Telegraph who are interested organ- Evening Worship 7:15: p. nt$: were their'' cousins'; Diane and Flirt .publication: AuBuat 8\, $ 00 A'

., }zing! a.cUibr! here.IT'S >lgrp-rtoo Wednesday evening Prayer Curtis .Davia. c"9 8.. \ ,.
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-iyg 4t 8-iia
hSarvlce -
'Mr. and'Mrs.
7:30: p. m.; with ch 11'pr.alltlce : Clyde Horne, 215

f\<, ( following) the service ,,01 t.fonl1ceUo; .were ,guests last ., ,___ ....

i' A. \tj dance at Sunday School Friday of, her aunt and uncle, ,m ,,,,,

EASY TO. ,WRITE i was 80 Sunday morning anda' Mr. apd .Mrs. L. K. Childs. .COUMTT .JDDOB'a ,.COURT,
: much enjoyed highlight ol Miss Jan Searle is in Jack IN ANi' FOR c w.

Sunday evening services was sonville this week visiting BRADFORD'. COUNTY ."
flESULT-PrcGDUClWG WANT ,,flDS i special violin music by W. B. Miss Annie Ruth BingamanjMrs. ; VIMHUtA In _1'8: Katata of .u

iMcKlnney'.of Starke. ." W. E. Dampler and .sA KKV.Ml.im.a._-J.J..+GftAl r.? ORADY.decried.a-k-a ,5.a.

rules make Want Ada bring better 88ut.! ammiinltj ,House Mrs. Rhoda Dampier had din NOTICE To CREbITOR5 I..
these to t
Follow simple= your 4 ....
_X recreation period is held ner,at ..Camp .Standing l ladt t tl AU oradltora of Samuel J. T. ,
The TELEGRAPH Is Proud To
Ad nothing more than sal n Wp.p| nL Grady, J. Qrady.rtlo : Announce -
Remember; a gpodWant ,sm. pr each Monday evening beginning Tuesday "night/ 'and "'"attended' : pled ri'.II:1! : ; 27, leo7 i ...-
Write your Want Ad In the same friendly ,style) you use ,wln\ 1telUPI'' at 730.; at the Therewa the "Blue Ceremony? .at :;Officers while a.County! ; t of Barbnrtun.: .1'
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Summit New The Complete
friends and neighbors} about'what you fta.vato offe.r.Don't ;. ,I .Community House. All com Candidate School\ Lt .fiodtthatuth.yare Ohio required ara noil-to Dealership -- ....
munity residents regardless pampjer r la Tactical Officer j ilia any clalma or demand that' --.
Abbreviate: Don't be Penny-Wise .UJ,4.Pound* they may have acalnat Ma Line of ROTARY
BOHN REX _
Foolish! :of ,age are .welcome. Mr. and *Mrs, Joseph' JE. Estate In the office of the 10
Sympathy Phillips (and sons' of' Miami, County :Judge of 'Bradford
and studies that most .
Want Surveys Ad readers do not prove like or underIt makes good common'ease to allml- Sadness I has come to the and. Mr and Mrs. James D. r house County at Florida Starka,..Florida, the, ,court.with Spirit i Duplicator And Mimeograph .,;.:

stand abbreviations. Make It easy for nate unneeded words ,'f rom your Wan* I community again this week Phillips and James m "tl Opa the in .Ix calendar months from, 9EY

people to ,respond to your ad Ad, but make sure you"don'tZUinfau: : ;, with the death of Mrs. Henry Locka have' returned to .their I .date of thla of notlco.the first:Each: publication claim Machines And Supplies. We Service ..
don't keep them guessing with abbrevleffecuveneaa tJuanita) JUnson Monday at homes after a 'vie with Mf.and r or. demand must ba In writingand o
of your V'abt,4dJ.Y Rising the Medical Center in Gain. Mrs. James D. Phillips filed In duplicate, and mum
ations.rut .
: .state the place of .realdenoe .ndpo.t Them Too.
it .incomplete.. Remember, you'raot: 'e vWe. Mrs. HloBon was well here. .Gene Prandl "of 'Hallan-)' office address of the
V .' Known and loved here dale Is spendtng!dthe week claimant and be sworn by the
Yourself In the Prospects Shoes! placing a. Want Ad to save monejl: much > claimant, hla or his attorney .
you're inserting: your ed to g t-eee1U and alncere'aympa.thy: Is extended here with his grandparents.. or It will become voideaaarding

Give full Information and all the deand make money. :Making your :ad"too' .&0 the bereaved faintly..Congratah1tlons Mr. and Mrs. Phillips.'tMandeMraY.Qsyeland ':,Dated .Idly to l';16 w,, 't88S.'

tails about.iwtaait you nave to offer- short may save a few plane bat: lose .? d ] SuK "' Describe your offering In benefit terms you dollars in results. To Mr. and Mrs. Clarence liven spent the weekend with andAttorn.yfor FREE DEMONSTRATION --. ComeIn ;

... ...&all prospects) wily your offer .L. I.King.on .the..birth,of.slaugh their son and daughterinlaw.Mr Ancillary Executor the
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satisfies their needs. Give sizes, dimen And It I. Easy: To 'Order r Too A tar, Shana Gen on July 31 at and Mrs. Percy Sullivan; Attorneya Thomas .oft Pierre or Call.Bradford .

stoicsca: actty.condit: advantages. Trained competent Want Ad-Vilon wlU Bradford County .Hospital In in Palatka. I P. O.' Drawer

And don't forget price! Want Ada help you word your ,ad for bestipos. Starke. Guests of the Percy'' Sullivan ,8tarka'r '. -ia. "lets

without price are 60% less effectiveIble results All youdo Is pick up your ..P.ERSONAL9JUlas Jrs. and Percy: III ,pver the :day First of July.publication:. A. 'D. on 1968.the Ilth
than ads with price. iBarbara Douglas of weekend were her cousins'', Will F. Bulb County TelegraphWOU'LDYO'U
; Lake Butler to spending the and David' < Attorney
Becky McLeod of
CU\SSiFiYE".r1.s\ Mil 4t S-1I
TELEGRAPH week'. ;With\ \\ber.\ .ter and St. Augustine, ''OnTuesday, .. .
brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Sullivan and Percy HI -
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: Doley' Hersey. visited .her parents Mr. ud..- -

GET RESULTSPHONE Visitors of the J, D. OrlffM' Mrs. Marshall .Strickland, .at j
.family :ion Saturday .were Mr. Florahome. I
and Mrs. Don Williams of Think About It '

O- 964-6305 Jacksonville, and on Sunday. This week's thought comes i Wa
Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Zeigler from the greatest Book -of all:

of Gainesville. the Bible. "He that is slow to'anger

Mr.. and Mrs. J. 3. Lee via- is better than"the mighty

ted relatives in Live Oak this ; and he tIfatruleth Ia..plr +

weekend. Visiting Mr. and it than he that taketh. 'a city,", .: / i
JGMJ Mrs. Lee this .week Sahis (Proverbs 16:32.) t
brother Wade Lee of Live
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.- 'l'In.IItlRAPR. n.olDlf ._..n'm un_CYiAV__._ AlTntTQT__ _' __, .
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I mid-August.! i er, 'Mrs. (Myrtle; stuns frtest of FIRST UNITED 'METHODISTSTARKE q
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Let's The spring! flush of hibiscus!I Starke; a sister, Mrs Ruth Ella .
CoCardening .
is about half-ripened by now, Noegel of Starke and three ,i.l"W.! ;
Sunday Church: School .-9:43; :
and will make excellent tI p grandchildren.
I MVP Lt.ea! :
.Actl .630
a. m.;
cuttings for propagatingpopular this Funeral services /were held at
ornamental.The the Hampton Baptist Church at p.,m.: MTP Meetings; 7 p.'Ib.':'
HoI Evening Worship, 8 .
I cutting should root in. 3:30: p. m. Aug. !14 with the Rev. p. m.
Monday MTOJiflulKXMstrlet!
about four to six weeks and Melvin Hamel and the Rev. : -
JJX By EditorAgricultural: Meeting, Pleasant. ,.Ocvve.
Mi Rervey Bnarpe the plants produced will bloomin Merle Packham officiating.! Interment .
Church, Lake City, 8 m. .
FlorIda Hx- p.
WI about nine months was in Hope, Cemetery '
., -...- Service Theresa under the direction of WednesdayPxaYerand JyteeUng\
P '*;
in '*
Bible ,study, 8 D. ;
the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
weI Sawyer Named Thursday-Chancel Choir ..Rehearsal. -!
Home of Starke.Services .
I Keeping green grass on your 7:30: p. m;. f ',. .
lawn la like keeping green ""d'.. ,.
:1 See.-reDS. 01 t L NO BRIDGR BAPI'lgT ,
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money in your pocket both Held ,
I CHURCH

a.: require So if your full-time lawn work.is like many 'LP Gas Assn. 1 For Mrs. Sapp FIRST BAPTIST STARKE CIIIYRqI, x'v:,:. Sunday .School! 10 .. m An investment, In Your Future

pocketbooks-bare in spots It At Heilbronn Opportunities at service: Morning Worship 11 a- m.; 'I

Is time to re-green it. Charles Sawyer, president of Sunday School, 9:45: a. 'm. livening Worship 8 p. m.
tbvii Even if you are flush with Slade Mrs. Gladys Hicks Sapp. 68
Oas Inc. was elected to Morning 'Worship at 11; sermon Prayer: Meeting Wednesday AT.TI.IIelllmCfiI
money, summer Is an ideal serve as Secretary-Treasurer of I of Starke died Friday, Aug.! 9, "Helping Others to Become 8 p. m. Sing earls Friday at r

sa time to Initiate a green lawn. the Florida PX3as Associationby In a Jacksonville Hospital Chris flans," Training' Union, p, nv Rev, Harvey, Lane, part
Summer rains and warm temperatures the members who gathered in after a abort Illness. She was 7:30 w. '
6:15.: Evening: Worship : ;
in promote rapid Orlando for their Annual Convention born In Bradford County on \

fat growth. last Thursday Friday Oct. 23, 1899, the daughter of sermon the Gospel."The Expulsive Pouyerof CALVARY BAPTIST 4i{:iGj S:::.:.;; .{,1.p v..;.:...h..... Y.,,}..:;;#f'.Y.: ::.:.:::rvn7R'?: ... ::'>.:. .rv-0v.vr. 'i.: S:.Y:,i{:Y;:..i.:::: .l:iy. v;,;:
With average luck along and Saturday.Mr. the late Richard C. and Belle School
Wedneday Sunday
with hard work-you can get Sunday School, 10 *. m
t inTI Sawyer has long been active Walnwrlght Hicks She was-a Teachers and Officers meeting
an outdoor carpet laid without in the affairs of this trade member of the Heilbronn Prayer (Meeting\ ; 7:30.: I Homing Worship.. 11 m
6:30p.: m.
a bare spots! before winter.So association 'which represents) Springs Baptist Church. Church Choir 'Practice. 8:30.: TrainlBg': ''TTnion. 6:30: p. III I' f r< M 1 d

If you have grass to some 350 tP-O&a Dealers 'and Surviving are her husband,: -W. A, Hogan, Pastor Evening Service, 7:30.: Prayer 9 {?
ai plant, do It now. LP-Gas Suppliers !In Florida. Ho Ellery Sapp. of Starke; six I Meeting,I Wednesday, T:3f: ( >: ,

of Start the lawn by either sod, has served as Chairman of Association daughters Mrs. Iris Johns, p, 'm.ttev. ,B. K. Butter W! J

plug or seed. Sod is the Immediate committees and has Mrs. Irene Hendrlcks. Mra MADISON STREET pastor ...
aini
answer to a ground cov- been a director on the Gas As Wanita Jarrell and Mrs. Marlene BAPTIST CHURCH f. f "-p4' ; :..:.:.:><
M er, but costs more than other sociation Executive Board, representing Conaway all of Jacksonville 'HEILBRONN BAPTIST t. : 1 m*. .
Sunday, August 18.- *$$ "t.
: Sunday i
oi methods. the north-central Florida .
; Mrs. Joyce George Orange : CHURCH, IUVVAY 16 N. .<'& .
Plugs take School. 9:45': a. m. MornIng fD:: 1.. .. .
H only a fractionof area. Park; and Mrs. Katerlna : .,:;ii I
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W grass as compared with sod. Approximately 350 representatives Lawson Dallas, Texas: two Worship, 11, Youth Choir Sunday School 9:45: a. m : :;;:;:;>' "'..:

T Sprigging takes even less grass of the Florida LP-Gas Industry eons, L. C. Sapp of Starke practice, 4:30: p. m.'Youth Fellowship l. Morning Worship 11. Training : ,:.... *w .. .,._.::::.:::::::':
vi and is quite economical on a attended .the sessions. and Edgar Sapp, Jacksonville: Union 6:30: p. m. Evening I'J.\ q* ',; ; . ...'. .i>!!!" :'::":
.5:45.: Si do-it-yourself budget. which were held at the Robert two brothers Raymond Hick/ Supper vice, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer :::! rM\ '1'.t. .":''L.o( ,:::
Seed Is rarely used except Meyer Motor Hotel. and Wade Walnwrlght. both o( Vnion. 6:15.: WMU'Prayer''Ci: ? $ Service,' 7:30: iRey, L. Tommy ':: h'It.". ', ... .r.v ;., ....--1......"..>;'t-r.!:'..;;:;": :;t.:':: .
for Mr. also won the Association cle 7:15.: Evening Worship; 7:30.: Howe pastor. ,:: 5i .'.m1('" .... fr. I'(<:
b.J bermuda,,. carpet bahia or Sawyer j Jacksonville; four half brothers : ,,: :. '"J, < : "- : :,,'l:
rye grass.Bermuda. golf' tournament witha > I j Aubrey Hicks Orlando: Heil Wednesday, Aug. 21 _'Prater fJ'"ji,: ; S&2 .. 1" > ,<.:H'i''' .:_:.::
M St. Augustine, centipede score .of 77 In a field of 60. bronn, R. C., and Eathon Meeting 7:30: p.. Wteuatness; .GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH : ,. ;j f ,(.f. r4 '!il: ', ,. 1 ; ; '
The 18-hole tournament was ,.. f.'+:: 1, a 1[.... d.Mai .h J
CI and carpet are prig- Hicks, all of Jacksonville; /one ,' .1'd :
o ged on 8 to 12 inch centers. played in Orlando last Thurs sister Mrs. Carrie Crews Meeting, 8. Churh Choir Pract i,., Sunday School. 10 a. m. 4,:,;<: &. ...',.... ;'I '" ',. ... .. .. e : ,
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I tl;' Slower growing zoyslagrass day. Starke: three half sisters Mrs. Lice 8:30.: ''i"! '.. Morning Worship, 11 a. nvI i'Wi: ; [ -.If M-" ."" .'' ,..,, .. ... :..1.... ... ....,. ,..\.' ..,i.\rI.I.\ :! : ::,::

0 should be sprigged on 4 to 6 Maxine Mace Palatka: Mrs. *. I I I And'T p. m.-Rev. Leland A. r44-.o X. 7ft'aawlaxvw'+xa:>xaY iC.xz6: +atislw: "" .&hJI

U Inch centers according to Lillian Richards Noreen Stoutamire Tallahassee ,NORTH SIDE ,BAPTIST ;J I j I Bakor, pastor. I t: : -- -

..t'.tI University\ of Florida Experiment : and Mra.'! Vertie Mae CHURCH ai"1 1I ".'?, Thursday' Visitation. 10 ''r- "%.* 9Q41QburW ift ,., "-.J'
Stations turf workers. Services Held Johnson Jackson Miss; 32 ,: a. ,and 7 p. m. ) '
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Plug set grass and even In St. EdwardsLillian grandchildren, and five great I Located on Bay .. Hlthwky' 11 _
tiT tip sprigged rows, tend to turf up. grandchildren. [SR 2251) at Ralford'Be4 NEW RIVER BAPTIST x t the fcwtw : d1'{
1a [SR 16]. I .Kflroy w the name of the man who had been there *
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Frequent mowings and Funeral l2 services d
generous Palma Richards 18. were held John
Services: : Sunday'School; 10a. Sunday School. 10 a. 1 Doe, the encyclopedia tells us, is the name used in legal documents to describe / W i
bi-monthly applications of died at j p. m. Monday Aug. 12, 1
of Starke WednesdayAug.
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m.; Sunday.-M' m4na .Wor Morning Worship, H a. N a person whose real name is unknown. / I
nitrogen rich fertilizer will 7 in a Gainesville hospital In the Heilbronn Springs Bap- ,, .ID'j : u i rf:::
t; cause the grass to level out. as a result of injuries tist Church with Rev. Tommy ship, 11 a. m.: Training.U4U>D. Tralnlnr Union 7 p. m. r1 You do not know the name of this darling baby, and his name may be unknown i!
J Keeping! the soil moist in Howe 8:30: p. m.:, Evening1! '' Service. ningrWorship, 8 p. m. !4! \ to us, but in his dwell
1 sustained in a grade crossing officiating. Interment eyes love and trust. His eyes are like <1 e.eY 8. Yet the male ) ;!>:!
9 between showers will aid the accident in Starke on August was in Dyal Cemetery under 7:30: : Midweek Prayer, BerviM.. Wednesday, night service i:1:* deer is a young buck, rather than a doe, and he is known for his swi t. running and :: ,. I
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8 Wednesday, 7:30: -ORev. Glenn 7:80: p. m. Everyone / :.
grass to grow at top speed 6. direction of DeWitt C. Jones .. welcome. N ,.. his ability to jump to high places. I
Lawhon, pastor. ">MW L. > i ii
and Funeral V pastor r:
cover the yard In one She was born in Bremerton. Home. ., ,"L."rarkerr e
growing season. Wash on Feb. 21, 1950 and Active pallbearers were N i 'Our prayer'for this 'oung man Is this: It !
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,0I Lawns may be watered any was a 1968 graduate of Bradford I grandsons of the deceased. FIRST ASSEMBLY-OV,00U '%! .>.CHURCH- .OF CHRIST t::F: :May]the Lord! itreitgtka and stdblvth vow Then as Isaiah says- in the 6cn I

time of day during summer. High School. She was a OF., STARKE Sunday. : Bible Study 10a. It? Terse of the 33rd Chapter, wisdom and knowledge/ shall be the stability oj thy time'f i
The main thing is to water member of St. Edwards Cath Services HeldWednesday West Weldon Si. and RalfoBd ." m.r; Morning Worship! and \\.sad itnmgtk oofoatto*: tSle fear ft/ the Lord is hit treasure." '
h lawns carefully and ;il
avoid pud olio Church. Road tIl. I
1A ,
Communioq Service 11 s m.
dUng. Where
puddles of
water Surviving are her parents! I I
::1 gather, the grass is likely to be Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Richards, ,For Mrs. Rogers Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. Evening services 6:00. !:m'M: ;% 8&i%& :.:mm M1: !.;:::.<:?n rJ;: S t:r::: : :: ::::.::.: :;::::::::::::::.:;.:.?.:jmJn:1:: ::::::: :::: :::::::::::;:?:@...:.::-:::::::::m' : :i'':::

scalded by sun heated water. and a sister Miss Kelly Marie 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship: Wednesday Worship service ;:M6.baGdiipslM/q.i: ..IlkusNhrynodMriii.; k.a.l.dselable.:. : i iN 11/fF;;: .r i I'I'tJ
Most watering systems do Richards, I Mrs. 6:00: p. m. C. A., Services: 7:00: :Ii .. Q .
all of Starke; andher ] Leola B. Rogers. 80 T P.1.. Minister Jack: ; tmmmi4m tnmihrmal> ... ..toIMlo""" .< >by Iwiin hh ooihbor.Wiiliut v 3:::
t';'+) not put out enough water to maternal grandmother, who had lived with! :her daugh p. m. Evangelistic Services BeO.. P'I' : H e Mi'' M.4hf kl *o .km tt tut .. fo>rniiiwil. el mMy. or woof/ lilt mil 100, CI : :: [
'j puddle on sandy soils If water Mrs. Mary Connors, of Butte I ter here for the past) rev Wednesday: 7:30: p.. m. Mid- I m I tmnm *.t..hnilnii- .Mid w koW, ..4.., .lll iw.ilaW. ,.,Ish., Thorofo,., "M I; 9 i i iy I

: stands In spots! in the lawn, Montana. eral 'months, died In a Starke! week Prayer Meeting. I J :: ..., iriM. p..of W *.., MM 4...../. utrrt the Onmli I 'Iw 'tho Hko <.rf HM ..110"/ -:. : t
,f check for the reason. There The Rosary was recited at hospital Monday afternoon, Aug. Pastor: Lester F. Richardson. iNORTBSIDE BAPTIST .: : .I MMOW. m4. .kk .....,. hpirf ..... Imow, i.., wmi KmU oeluM" oM ..orV- !:I :ii

I may be a hardpan near the Jones Memorial Chapel at 8 p. 12, following an extended ill CHURCH ::fi1: .dock. h ..Owdi IMM a Mi .. .Irarti.. ....., .....',Ulo,doia..d. tatty* .Itn.. l7 ii::;::'
surface or" tha .soil i 1\1-t.:\ ,;be .m, :Friday. Funeral Mass wu"he1d I$':: j, *Mt... "(Mck" .... ...tf.Y.lw. li kn M o choW, of CW. (,1N i if.i'!
: ness.Born : ,: .
l'acked'too' MghH//In"'yany ''tX 10"'a.! ;"''bi.: Saturday' !in In Cbauncey Ga., Sept Schedule of services, : Sun- t j b Adv.S.r.. ,1:: ,

case loosen the soil to prevent St. Edward's Catholic Church '22, 1887. Mrs. Rogers had .spent Carob.IMcrDjrBatata. of Jeans Christ of day.Scbool.otJ: ,. s-am..Morn- r. .. ,j mm r :.ir: :M: ,!_ kt tftT iliK1@i@ ::. i janm1It n@1:1l: 1ltj;
"standing! water from harming with father Edward Kirby of I moat of her life in Jacksonville 416 tout 'Wof' hip, 10:43: a. m.
[ East Call SU]
the .
grass.How ficiating. Interment was in where she was a member of Training "Union 6:48: p. m.
close to keep a lawn Crosby Lake Cemetery under New Berlin Baptist Church. Services: Evening .Service, 7:45.: Midweek

trimmed is very Important. direction of DeWitt C. Jones I She is survived by two daughters Priesthood 84S; ;:"" .SundSchool ; : Prayer Service: ) Wed- HURST SHELL STARKE "66"SERVICE

The fine strains of bermuda Funeral Home.Juanita Mrs :Merritt Williams of '10:00:: Sacrament, t necdair* :7:46: p; m FAULKNER
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and zoysios respond favorably Starke and Mrs. W. H. Miner of 11:00.: -

to tt to 1 inch mowing. The P. Hinson Cuyahoga Falls Onto: two sons. Branch President .SMYRNA MISSIONARY GULF SERVICE SERVICECarl
common bermuda does better R. and J. W. Rogers of
Dean .BAPTIST CHURCH
Hansen. '
.. If kept at least an inch tall. Services Held 10. ; a brother, A. E. 9644278.1BETIEL : '. U-HAUL RENTALSTruck Hurst Phone 961-6111 Bill Edwards Ph.. 964.7231
-1 St. Augustine generally looks At Hampton Austin of Indianapolis. Ind.; two i 63i: :: W. Pratt St. Sundae I .

best when cut about 2 Inches BaptistMrs. sisters Mrs. G. T. Knowles of .1\P1I TiVWRIMH,, ] services: Sunday School, 10 Tire Tru-ing
and Centipede and Broxton Ga., and (Mrs. '*.' m. Preaching 11 Trailer
Carpet Juanita Priest A. E. a. m. 7 ..
grasses will thrive if kept 1 to 46, died (Monday morning HInson Chapman of (Moultrle Ga,; 16 Sunday School ,10 a ni: Training Union 8:45: p. m. Headlight Adjusting

2 inches high.Frequency 12 in a Gainesville Hospital Aug.following grandchildren and 24 great Morning Worship ,11 .a. in! Evening Worship, 1 p. m. Complete Lubrication f Brake Service r
of mowing is Just grandchildren.The Evening Worship, ,7:30: pi. &>,; .
a brief illness. Everyone welcome .- Elder Minor
as Important I Rev. W. A. Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m.> Tune-Ups
as height of cut. Born In Hogan officiated ... Wheel Balance andAlignment'
Some authorities say never cut :March: 10 Green Cove Springs, at the services held at Wednesday)'.. J,.*"\Heater .- A. O. Flynn, pastor. .. -"
1922. Mrs. Hinson
more than a H inch of grass lived in !Hampton where Jones Memorial! Chapel, Starke, _, pastor ., .. .21-I1K./: WRECKER SERVICE ..
she wasa FIRST PRESBYTERIAN I 1011 N. Temple Avenue
per mowing. I[at 2 p. m. Wednesday Aug. 14.
J member of !Hampton Baptist V: Hiway 301 and 100 PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
Burial 1
in
.. ActivitiesIf Church. /iwaa Jacksonville HOPE BAPTISTCHURCHr Sunday School 9:49: a. AI PHONE 964-5899 .
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Memory Gardens under ''
J leggy poInsettias you'd better are !getting Survivors Include her husband of DeWitt C. Jones the) Funeral direction [Highway 106 at There***], Morning Worship, 11 a. m. > 210 S. Temple Starke AH Minor Repairs
pinch them
Henry B. (Dick 'I
) Hinson: three Youth
Fellowship, 6
back. To get low. bushy plants Borne. Training Union p. m. 617 N. Temple Ave.
daughters !Mrs. Myrtle /Ann Allen 6:30: p. mi; Choir Practice Starke
with more blossoms for Miss Joan Hinson and Miss Morning Worship.-11 a, m. Wednesday, STARKE BUILDERS
Thanksgiving and Christmas Alma Hinson 3 Sunday School-lO.a. .'ID.,' 8 pja.
; sons Wayne H., BIC PENS. Ball Point R.fins. .-
decorations, keep the pOinsettia Charles P. and Ronald L. Hin Bradford County Tale Evening Worship-7:13: p. m. Xev. Robert D. Burch, SUPPLIES, Inc. LAWSON
plants
pinched back until son, all of Wednesday
Hampton; 'her moth. graph. I Night Prayer ,
Senvces: -7:30: p. m. Rev. Merle RAIFORD, BAPTIST, CHURCH
MEAT
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Packham, pastor Featuring Ace Hardware OF STARKE INC.
Schedule'of services: Sunday'I ,

School( .10.. a.m. WorshlD.. 11 Complete .Paint.Supplies COLD STORAGEWe
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SOUTH CHURCH ST. MARKS EPISCOPAL [a.m Mid 7:30 p.m. Training Buffet Lunch $1.25
OF CHRIST Specialize in Custom Slaughtering
CHURCH, STARKE Union, 6:30: p-m. Rev. Jack and Sporting Goody 11 A.M.to2P.M.

Stolt pastor.KINGSLEY I Cutting and Wrapping-
Sunday services: Holy Eucharid "Check With Us First"
STARKE 8:30: ajn. Family Service: 'LAKE BAPTIST I Buffet Dinner $1.75 Prepared for Deep Freeze

10 a. m. [Holy Eucharist lat; CIIUBCII'Sunday 219 Washington St. 964.5270FLORIDA 5P.M.to9P.M. -

and 3rd Sundays. Morning! School 9:49 a. m. WHOLESALEAND -

1 Invites YOU To Hear days Prayer). -.2nd'J.". Thomas' and 4th'Staab"Sun. ,, (Training Morning ''Worship Union 8:15: 11 /p.a. m.m. U. S. 301 North Ph. 964-7600 RETAIL '

Rector. r' Evening Service 7:30: p. m. Phone 961.7059NEW

Midweek Prayer Service,
CHURCH OF GODS Wednesday'<7:30 pa....Come

THE GOSPEL OF CHRIST Sunday 423 N.School St. Clair 10 6t.a. ,m.etarke.Worship let Allen-us Price".worship'. -, 'pastor.together..)Rev.! I EST DAD MODULAR,& BRAD HOMES SALES METHOD

Services,' 11 a m. and PINE LEVEL BAPTIST', "
7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting<, ONTROL CLEANERSUnder
Sunday 8czIANJ. l9 .. :..
Friday; 7:30'p: m.--.ReY. L. 8. ) 24-Ft. Wide
Williams, pastor. Uomtng WersbJii. 11 a, m X AOUUUIOX New OwnershipYour
:b BEGINNING Pre-Servloes [Booster.bane Also 12-Ft. Wide
AUGUST 26THEACH DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH.; YwnaPeopI.*. aiU Fray Certified Master

BROOKER Service, 6 p. m. Evenlnm.: : MOBILE HOMES
Dry Cleaner
NIGHT AT 7:45 Sunday Sctaooi 10 *. it. Worship .,' ji m.: Midweek' 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. Campers and Traveltrailers

Morning Worship; 11 rviee. Wednesday. ":30 p Free Moth-Proofing -
ft. A Phone 964-5745 for FREE
Located 3 Miles South of Starke on 301 Training' Union, 0:30: }&: m.: m. E. R.Bowers., D. D. pastor. Keystone Heights Free Pick-Up and Delivery-

Evening! 8ervtce."::30..=. Re:. BOATDRAIN Inspections and Estimates and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320
. Lacy Conway pastor. *- CHURCH STARKE BAPTIST 311 N. Temple Ph. 964-5701


II'. MORGAN. ROAD CHAPEL"" ,r "Sunday School, '10 a. m.

BRO. HAROLD DOWDY Sunday: ....m. Sunday Morning Training Union Worship., p. m.II Even a. m. I WILLIAMSJEWELRY BRADFORDABSTRACT EDWARDSGrocery

School. 11:00: a. m.:' Mftmi Q ing' Worship, 8 R m. Prayer
Worship, 6:00: p. nvTraining' Meeting, CO.
Wednesday. 8. p m.- f and Market
1r J J'r. SPEAKER Union. 7:00: p. nv Bvenlnfj Rev. Virgil Lovett pastor. (
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' Worship. i Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries -'Meats Feed

Wednesday 7:30: Prayer BAYLESS; HIGHWAY
Services. let and 3rd. Wednes-, BAPTIST CHURCH KeepsakeDiamonds. Title Problems GAS AND OIL

Hear Bro. Dowdy WPXE Radio I night Night-7:00: p. .m.. Family Sunday'' SChool 10 .. 'm.! BULOVA WATCHES- Abstracts Jack and .Gladys ,Edwards. ,. '
on I Morning
Worship
Service,' 11 142 W.4: Call St. Starke
Title Insurance U. S. 301-South---Stark.
a. m.i; Training Union. 8:30 .
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Sunday, August 18th and Sunday, August 25th FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH p.p-'m."Evening m.; Worship, 7:30: Phone 9647064 158 W; Can ,Ph. 964-6331 .PHONE 964-5312, .

8:30 A. M. Sunday Services: Sunday Prayer MeotingJ; Wed., 7:30p. ,
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School, 9:45: a. m. Morning .
Worship, 10:48: a. m. Evening m.; O.. 'A. Meeting. We t> i CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc. a .
I" 7:30 "

-oj! : No Offering Will Be Taken m.Service Service Charles, 7:30 Wednesday: p.Reese m. minister Midweek 7:15: p. Wed.hood,p.meeting 7:30:nVS'Choir'Rehearsal p.;. m..last; Brother MondAj, I Owned By Those We Serve< In,Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live BetterElectrically"Keystone J


in- each months Rev. David -.- Heights-Phone 4734911B
Medetro, ,Doctor. ..


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