Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 22, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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TeachersGo Power Use boo! Retirement 1

Back On Rise

To WorkPreplanning P.lan-Adopted
r In city

began Monday .+
For the second straight
Aug. 19. for over 200 week the City of Starke

teachers Bradford who County made school power plant has hit its By Board
were to highest Gity
output in
feel right at home with the ___ according to Utilities
notice that lesson plans six ____ 1hfi Oscar Davis. Supt. ? ,
weeks in advance'will be .
: A kilowatt output of 4,525 ;,-
-. '
required. ,
a d dy. was recorded this week as
With school. set to open Tues- Employee
Starke residents bore down on)
day September 3, SUPt. Torn
alr-condltloners in the
Casey said Wednesday ,that all
hot August weather. Highest
but two teaching positions have
power output recorded priorto
been filled. One vacancy wa Request
this week was last week
created when a teacher resigned -
when the plant hit 4.375 KW's.the ,
Tuesday before beginning
exact amount predicted by
Orientation was conducted the engineers two years ago. ,t- 4 Granted
Maximum capacity for the a
w hwrl'
Tuesday In the USO Building 1 .
recently: expanded plant U 7- h
for 38 new teachers, but several 478 kilowatts, according to i ,+'t ti Increasing benefits by

had not yet: arrived. SuPt Davis r 'F 67 per cent the Starke

The teachers were inetructedWedneeday That Is no reason for complacency City Council officially a-
on how to write"educational dopted an employee
1 however, Davis
objectives" which notes. Subtracting the peak ment plan based on five
must be included in their lesson

output this week plus the 1,750 per cent deduction Tuesday

was plans.Miss Schooling Lucy Lang the,teachers a representative Shell cracker Catch KW reserve!' needed, there is i t mC lt, ,r night, Aug. 20 I

only 1,023 KW left to be used It has been in effect, unofficially '
..of tha ,. State De-
before!: something further w1l1IIPpd since July.
partment ot\Edueatlon.\ Three 65 fat shcllcrackers were caught Monton's Fish Camp 5 1-% miles from WeirMdale off to be done to the plant ,
Purpose ofM\\f the'!!,:'educational day afternoon by Corkle Croff, left, and C. S. SR-42. Croft said they were the fattest fish he's! Amount of power kept In reserve Employees were nearly unanimous -
objectives. MLs Lang I said, Uto Bush on the Oklawaha River east of Welradale. seen this year. should rusI in voting for a five per i
''"tell :you, ,ffn0 teachers) The Starke pair entered the River at'Thorn- always be the cent deduction, compared to the 1
nnicarnt of the
where largest engine three per cent set up in the
yon re, going and help flan> t
students to., know"j.hat Is expected Davis said. In Starke's case, originally, on July 8 for a big .

of theiri.1//:' /)/" Decision Set Within WeekSheriff's that is the 1,750 KW WorthlngliiKlon ,' ye4 ger paycheck when they retire. ...
The objectives become the ( generator just Installed. The council adopted the 21-

"center" for the'selection: and "That gap will close real page ordinance in a unanimous 1
organization, of subject matter, fnst, Supt. Davis predicts. S 0 decision. Chairman One Wiggins -

Miss Lang Mid. They are also looking Into the near future was absent. Tuesday due to

to be used Jo.select': learning when the new Bradford Middle Illness and Councilman Jimmy
experiences andWr..evaluaUonof / School and the new county Ewell Lawson hands his $f>0 qualifying fee to City Clerk Mi rrill McRae presided.

the program .wbrtf.' Budget courthouse' will be placed on Edwards just before the deadline at 1io4p1. Tuesday; Lawsoii la As adopted the city's new retirement '.,.

The State, Department repre- the lines challenging Council Chairman One Wiggins In Group 1, Wiggins plan will pay an em-
sentative told the. Bradford More people will Install air- Is now hospitalized with kidney trouble "'**. '* ployee 1.67 per cent of his final j

teachers of the support education conditioners too, Davis says. average salary tor each year

has been given In the past The plant peaked last year he has worked, compared to

year: with a-enerqlff'liPProprla- Qyg tjg..t- In July at 3,950 KW's. Should only one per cent 'on the orlgl-

,f tions by !! .!! ., ... the I consumption of electrical teal three per cent plan.irtratGRldrt.BASSwAioyaaa.
,"-' vM-fenFlnl?* tpt 4. V.at .t-- ,Iq "7Axf4eb'' ,'.1M.1.t.: es.Se.t--, -- ') : -,,':.". ,- ... ? ,1
tuprovement t of instruction. tr u -yei J's-1i7r'I! 1 owe 1l l- tiring after 10 years with a fi-

e n u_ .. _ .._ the 1,203 KW reserve will disappear nal Quota ,. salarv ", Moon 'Will,
I Uon nre to ai INUM4 del1ve-r reel,"-ldIa8 an conga-Lang :snerin: 1'.)). ueuuisn'a budget protest is still in question ( tast, Davis points ou". now draw.s5,67Perm ;;th. Under ;;- 1'

said. \\\1'1j this week but in Tallahassee, not Bradford County 3.3 Inches the three per cent deduction "

j "If we don't measure up to after the Board of Appeals of County Officers' Budgetssaid For CouncilJust he would have drawn $33.33 per "

i expectation 14 don't know if Monday, Aug. 19, it would announce no decision for Of RainfallIs County Buys month .',

j we can ever go before the '8 wpplr- The plan will cost the city $29.- s..
Legislature again.-> The Bradford Commlssloln 903 per year in contributions,
: said 1,1 i
:, 'At 2pm. .today.'(Thursday) and Sheriff P. D. Reddish both Ion's decision to the State Appeals Recorded New\ Grader two races have developed for the off-year city $12,475 more than the three per s y

a Bradford Education.: Association gave evidence, ,.backing.> written Board. An average of 3.3 Inches of election set September 10, the second ol1?--shaping up cent plan's $17,428. -y"
I meeting is scheduled in the reports previously submit During the first week In August rain fell on Bradford County just before the qualifying deadline Tuesday at noon. The city will not have to come ';
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i t .. ..a.. "'n'n "'...'.'n..... ."Tn. ... up with the entire I
, BHS auditorium,- SUJ)(. Tom ted!, to support their respective however, a representativeof during the past week from A""" U. Former councilman and bond $29,903 City
Casey will make: ,h's annual stands before the threememberstate the state comptroller office, Aug. 12.18 according to the grader has been purchased for trustee Ewell Lawson threw Clerk Merrill Edwards explained -

address to the''''.,;teibflen. board. Attorney Bill Sullivan Carlyle .Ausley, came to Brad- Florida Forest Service. $30,746 from Ring Power Tractor his hat the ring at the last minute way but got by without opposition. Tuesday night. The state will

of the Thomas and Pierce ford County and along witr Sullivan Co. In Jacksonville: by the to oppose) Council Chairman contribute. $3,000 to match deductions
law firm-and County Judge T. the sheriff's attorney, The Louis Hill Tower at Bradford County Commission.The "I'm by the policemen and
Orie Wiggins, a 10-year speechless, said Tucker
recorded the heaviest
: Sixth B &ECharge A. Yawn as the Commission's worked out a compromise. The rainfall at 4.4 Inches. The New Commission also purchased veteran and senior man in service a freshman councilman firemen, already ,under a. state

attorney, made statements to sheriff offered to settle the dispute a V-type .scarifier, a on the council, in Group Tuesday after waiting out the retirement plan and now under
River Tower recorded 2.7 In- the
the Appeals .Board, for a compromise figure of forked Instrument to attach to city's with state still con
essentially 1. Wiggins, however is In a noon whistle to end the qualify
ches over the seven day period tributing. .
103644. the grader to dig up hard packed There is $7.500 budget
MadeA re-hashing their written re- Jacksonville' hospital to undergo ing. Rumor had been that for-
and the Santa Fe
I Toweran ed for
reports. The Commission refused clay or gravel roads, and a an operation for kidney mer police chief BUI Rosser the retirement plan this
I \Sheriff Reddish, 'who has not Board Member Buck Norman's even two inches. 14-foot mold board for $150. etones. would qualify against Tucker, fiscal year, Edwards said, and

sixth person Roger had! a budget increase since 1965, motion to accept the compromise Rain fell every day of the Ring Power did not submit but he didn't show up Tuesday the two items cut the amount
Tetstone. has'' been originally asked the Commiss'on! figure dying without a sec- week. Heaviest rains fell on the low bid,' but the Commission Lawson, affiliated with Law. First race to develop was In the council must budget next

I with breaking and charged for $113,148. The Commission Aug. 12, .73 inches; and Aug. decided Tuesday, Aug.' 20, sons Meat Market a wholesale Group S where restaurant year to $19,403.
j entering ond.Bradford's case finally to 18, .93 Inches. to purchase the Caterpillar machine and 'retail concern and a meat Clerk Edwards ,was high In
approved got
with intent to comlt only a live per cent increase owner-car' dealer W. H. (Billy)
larceny In two different petty of S4.418 over the 1967-68 the State Appeals Board at 4 One forest fire during the because of the maintenance processing plant, has served Noegel qualified Aug. 13 his praise of the council for

in the current cases 'budget of $88.162. bringing the p, m. Monday, Aug. 19, an hour week burned .8 of an acre. aspect. One of the county seven years as a bond trustee against' freshman- CouncilmanP. adapting the first retirement j
investigation There have been 125 fires four graders has been down and six years on the city coun- plan for the city employees
under way by the total up to $92,972. late in a day which saw one .: T. (Tom) Nolan, an educa
partment and Starke Sheriff's De- The sheriff .said that was not sheriff! after another ask for since Jan. 1 this year, 29 more for maintenance more than it cil. lie was last elected in 1U63 tor. "Im real proud of the Council

The two affidavits Police. sufficient& to finance pay raises, budget Increases. than the 06 fires recorded during has been In use. and served until he resignedto Noegelt'ls malting his third and for the employees," the ,
were a new deputy and Sullivan the same period in 1967. The new grader was purchased run for police chief. He was clerk said, "That (a retirement .J
signed against Tet. tone this car, a Jail told the Appeals try in three years-for a coun- ,
Acres burned since Jan. 1 this on a lease-purchase defeated by former Police plan) has been one of my grievances. '
matron and agree-
week by Deputy Sheriff Robert a third radio opera- Board that Sheriff Reddish re- cil seat. He was defeated last
tor He year total 923, more than the ment. The county will pay 10. Chief Bill Rosser in 1065. I
Green appealed the Commla- (Continued by
who Is heading the investigation on Page Six) year -Nolin by 85 votes 606-
788,8 acres burned over the 000 down, one-half the balance Council Nell Tucker of 551. He was It was Edwards who pushed
Into also
breaking and a string of 23 same period in 1967. (Continued on Page Six) Croup 3, sweated it out al.! .he Nell Tucker in a close defeated by the council toward adopting a
entering race,
iplan and 'who lo-
robberies over the past several To State Board 561-526, in Iflfifl. cated the actuary to make the
month .,A Nolin is-"oervinfr: a one-year
proposal to the council.In .
Tetstone is charged with term, actually the unexpired
breaking and' term of Mayor Carl Hurst who other action Tuesday night
entering into 'c' Union Sheriff the Council:
Building c-- resigned his
at Bradford High 'Council seat to Chipped: in funds to send
School last June accept his present post
10 and into at the Chairman One
Wiggins, who is
[Continued On death of Mayor-.'Randal Chltty. ,(
Pap Two in
a Jacksonville hospital with ,
Appeals Budget Saturday, Aui ''2'f' ; Is the last kidney trouble, flowers and a ,
day to register to vote in the get-well message

THE Union County Sheriff John sheriff requested. M R ..}. 1,1 Sent 10 election. To date, 2.- Okayed a one-day trip to( ,
214' person are on the city's Clearwater Aug. 28 for Utilities i
COMMUNITYSTATE Whitehead made a strong appeal For the last four years her voting bookd.! Supt. |
Oscar Davis to attend
a 9
Monday, Aug. 19. to the and the two Union deputies
BANK Board of Appeals of CountyOfflcen' Board of Drcctors meeting of C'
worked 12 hours
per day Slade Describes the Natural Gas Association. *
Budgets for $15.000
six days
a week Sheriff White-
OF STARKE additional funds for his de- head told 'the Appeals Board. GOP ConventionIn Davis Is a director /
partment. -Was told by Supt. Davis (
AND THEFLORIDA Whitehead asked $500 per Rotary TalkTom that some service stations In '
"Under paid under staffed, month for a third deputy, town do not have grease traps \

BANKAT and under equipped," was the which the Commission okayed, Slade gave: his Impres- and must ''build them. The Council -

way Attorney Jack Madigan of and a new car for the third sions of the is concerned about reports:
STARKEWill the Florida Sheriff's Association deputy, which: the Commission! MlalILy Republican! National from the State Board of Health

described the Union sher- objected to. The third deputy Convention In: a talk at the that Starke sewerage contains .

Not Be for Uf'. department. Whitehead Is could use one of the two cars Rotary Club Wednesday. a high level of grease,

Business Open appealing for a budget totaling the county already has under a Describing the mechanics of -Was told by Supt. Davis
Monday, $69,898, about $15,000 more than pooling arrangement, the Commission that the joint city-county-schoul
sonlei<< the
Sept. 2, Labor Day his current one. 1.t nominating prooikses -
contended Monday board sidewalk
i project been
A Legal Holiday. The Union case was heardat through its attorney Hal V.Malnes. ,..,, ,rra r'ra Blade sald.that Reagan completed on Orange and Washington -

This space contributed weekly 10 a m. Monday and the mgx,have captured the nomination Streets. Work was to begin

to publicize community Bradford contingent sat throughthe Sheriff Whitehead said he if Nixon had not made it Wednesday on laying sidewalks

events by': entire two hours of it plus wants to raise the pay of one on the first ballot, but not Rockefeller on Colley Road, the last

the greater parts of the hear- deputy, who has been with him Middle School Nears Completion The New York Governor leg. The walks will ..be completed -
ings for the sheriff's from by the Sept 3 school
The CommunityState all 16 years he has been in office was In disfavor with the
Manatee and Seminole Counties from $575 to $600 per opening, Davis said.'
to acquaint themselves month. An increase from $475to Carpet started to go down In the new Bradford stallatlon of the floor covering In the 35,000 square party, leaders because. he failedto -set mJllage at 7.5 mills, the

Bank with, the Appeals Board procedure $550 WM asked for the second Middle School Wednesday one of the final Installations foot building. support Barry poldwater. In same as the last two years, in

Account Insured The Union hearingwas deputy who has been with In getting the nearly completed $413,000 Furniture Is seen stacked on the floor In the ,1964, Slade saidgf; preparation for making his 1968-

now: one of the longest, consuming the Sheriff's Department five building ready for school opening September '3. rear of the photo waiting for. the carpet to allowit The speaker, attributed Nix 69 budget. Clerk Edwards presented
about 2V hours.Sheriff the board '
,.op to 915,000 by Whitehead* years. The specially designed carpet has delayed completion to be {mailed. The carpet, desks, and other on's comeback to his unswerving for 10 months'with of the expenditures
appealed Attorney current -
Madigan cites salaries
Federal Deposit?nelgf- Ms 1968-69 budget request after of Florida Highway Patrol of the building past the opening of pre-plan furniture will match. party loyajty.* even during fiscal year, compared tothe

the' Union County Commission troopers which now range ning. The middle school has been built by Drake the Goidwater Campaign, and amount budgeted.

Inca Corp. offered an $8,000 Increase but from $533 to $685 and compared Supt. Tom Casey Inspects the building Wednes Construction Co. of Ocala for SU, 6 per square his hard work for party nomf- Wrote- oft 21 utility ,accounts:

refused to split' the difference the Union deputies' salaries day afternoon a* the first section of the carpet foot, but the furniture wUl add another $2. needs throughout 'the country in totaling $606 at the request of

for the remaining $7,000 the (Continued on Page Six) went down. It will take six. days to complete In* Clerk Edwards. One $177 bill Is
recent years .. (Continued on Page Twot ) ,

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One far..* Torn :1R tJr.: 'C )', 1 RRAISIRRtl tr/bNTY" 7711.EIIP41R1. _. .. tnlfm..., ... THURSDAY!: .. AUG. 22. 1969
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Mrs. Bill Edwards of Kings- Patrolmen "
I City .
icy Lake returned Tuesday NewB&E 'I .
'h'ttipi'spcndlng' a week in Hawaii I Being Recruited
with her husband Col. Edwards
who was on leave from Arrest Made Applications are being received
'Saigon. Vietnam. L I far employment as a Cityof
I a Alan Montgomery underwent Starke policeman, according:
''a'i tonsllectomy in Bradford i i to Police Chief Bobby( Biggs. ..
.. GLADYS MOOTY I a' 't bunty Hospital' on Tuesday. [Continued From Page tOne I Applicants must be., In good' "

Phone 964.7608 Mrs R. A. Newsom had as the office of ;;.' T. G. Rh tch. r B health a high! school graduate

recent: visitors Mr. and Mrs. Starke physician June {IS. ,and live in the city Ultli s.
Local admittances to Bradford John McGoon was visiting'A. C. Newsom of St. Petersburg Previously arrested In I the I
County Hospital this relatives in St. Paul Minn. and Mr. and Mrs. Howe B&E string were James 'Ben
week Include: Mrs. Zenobia last week. McCormlcku.of, Jacksonville on gamin Kloht 17, ana John
" Sunday.ni Henry Pond. 16, both Starke
Kennedy of Lake Geneva; Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Patter-
Mr*. Nellie L. Wilkinson of Miss Jane,>JLamb of Spartan- ,!Souths! charged with breaking Pixie
son Sr. of Mlllport Ala. were '
MaJviUe; Mrs. Margaret Stu- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Patter- burg S, Qiwaa-: ; Monday: over and entering with intents to Shop

art.of Grandin; Sidney Hansen son Jr. from Sunday to Tues- night guest ofnMr. and Mrs.H. commltt grand larceny'; on
A. Lawson. warrants signed Aug. >1. by
Mark of
Gomes Lawtey
ancf ;
day. They brought back their
Robert W. Drake of Keystone Mrs./ Lloyd Lewis of Wilmington Starke Policeman: pat Henry.
Heights; and Mrs. Louise granddaughter Marilyn Pat. Dela. and Mr. and 1 A juvenile petition ha SI| beenMOTMct ,Just in Ti rrjc
terson, who had spent two L- ,
Honker Buford E. McKinney weeks with them. Mrs. Dan Wlllolh of Washing- against a 15-year-old
Mrs. Erma Lee Knight Mrs. Ington. D. C. were Sunday youth. 1 F for School

C.fl Mathews. William R. Al- Sgt. Tommy W. McLendon overnight! guests of Col. and ab ., juices Sylv ste? :Fisher, 28-
va&z Timmy Blankenshlp ton. of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Mrs. T. T. Long. ''-" year-old Negro and J.i T.

Michael! W. Newsome. Mrs McLendon will leave Friday Mrs Merle Mardis and ,, ; Young 48-year-old Negro (both DRESSES
Bertha Pearce Jeffry Wainwright tor Bankok Thailand for a grandson, David Dibble of In- oft stark, have been charged: :

James Barron JixAltjcander year's duty after two weeks lialantlc.! and Mrs. Mae Jonesof .. wife twice, breaking anti entering .
H. Henry. Mrs1. )rave. at home. Jacksonville were Thursdayto L .JiJ It in two I AND
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. The Police Departmentf and
Irene Brooks. Dr. J. W. Fa- Weeksind Saturday visitors of Mrs.

tray, D. I, Knight and Mrs.ZilBhia ) daughter Julie of Tallahassee W. E Middleton.Mr. .Terwillegars Win Trip For Sheriff's Office have been I JUMPERSIn
Muse all of Starke.Terri and Mr and Mrs. George and Mrs. David Mont-I working on the multiple i I eases
Smith was visiting her K. Bennett of Orlando were gomery and family have returned for the past month,, tying' them

grandmother, Mrs. H. T. Smithon t, weekend guests of Mrs. J. E. from a three weeks' Outstanding Sales together and sorting them\ out., I Bright Fall Colors
Vilson at the Dell cottage on cation with friends and re-I
Santa Fe Lake last week. ... .. '
Jjiss Del Moredock of the [Kingsley Lake. I lAiyes in West Virginia Tennessee I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Ttrwlllcgar are pictured as they boarded Marie Elaine Smith To Wed Mr. Peeples PLAIDS and SOLIDS

University of Georgia will Miss Randlne Chism under- and Texas. ship for a Caribbean cruise last week aboard the S. 8. Independence Council; optsRetirement '
spejid the weekend with her 'T!nt) surgery Tuesday! In the Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones out of New York, The trip was awarded by Ford MotorCo. Mr and Mrs. Robert L. son of Mrs. Mary Peeples of PricedExceptionally
In Incentive program for outstanding sales of new Ford Smith of Lake I
aunt Mrs. J. E. Wilson. Mdchua General Hospital have returned from two weeks an Klngsley announce Hampton.The Low
of products In the Jacksonville district for June and July. Enjoying the engagement andapproaching 'I
vacation in the mountains PlanContinued marriage will take placeon
Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Fault Mrs. had
j, Margaret Jackson the five day cruise were 450 Ford dealership personnel from all '
I IMr.and North Carolina and Tennesseeand marriage of their Sept. 20 at 7 p. nin Cal-
of Lake vlsltlri
City were as
? guests during last week parts of the country. I' I
Mrs. Dave Caulk,over, ,Richard Jackson of Partilppany also visited Six Flags The TerwIUeffars by plane Wednesday Aug. 14, Joining other granddaughter. Marie Elaine, vary Baptist Church with a
the weekend.YiIl'J'' ', N. J. and Mrs. William (Over Georgia in Atlanta Ga. winners In New York where they boarded ship for the cruiseto [ From Page One] I to Michael! JM'kel< > Peeplss, reception at the Smith horn $$1 AND $$2

W. B. Sewell Is In St.!. ke'.1 Qrawbadger and 'children! of Mr.' and Mrs. A. a. Walkerof San. Juan, Puerto Rico From there they sailed for St. Thomas in the hands of on Kingsley Lake.
Hospital for observation anc Auburn' Ind. She has as guests JSfcyannah Ga. and Mr. In the Virgin Islands where they remained until Sunday flying! a receiver and All friends/ and relatives of
will be
collected. Edwards said. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Douglaswill
bark to Jacksonville Sunday night.
treatment.Mr. from to and Mrs. Gernard Walker and the couple are invited to at-
Wednesday Mondayhis The Terwlllrirars have experienced their best sales year In 1968 Refunded, at the suggestion\ leave Monday: for Atlanta I
and Mrs. J. S. Shuford! week Calista children of Atlanta, were Saturday ,
Miss Swear tend.
since they purchased the dealership here ten. years ago. of Supt. (Davis to pay a '52 time Ga. whre!! they will reside .. ...
and family were camping It: Ingen and Gerald Bert and to Tuesday visitors of and millage bill to a tractor while Mr. Douglas attends his ---- ..... M m ..
the Blue Ridge Mountains last Ralph Swearingen of Quincy, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson.
I company who worked on a city Junior year at Georgia Tech. \: When You elM An Andrews Charge Eallris
week. Ill. MrJ. Guy Sale and Mrs. W. iVtf. and Mrs. Burton Rhodeof S Mrs. John Miller and children tractor. but did not fix it. Davis ,
Mrs.. Walter' Wood and children Mr. and Mrs T. B. Hardingand B. n&ifgjr were guests of Dr.' Fort Lauderdale were Monday visited Mr. and Mrs said the Jacksonville firm to Miss Cynthia Scott of Jacksonville ''I Account ?

of Orlando are Tuesday grandchildren Debra, Don and Mrs. Neal Goss In Pan, visitors of Mr. and Mr I. Charles, Melster in Orlando take the tractor to Its.shop, and was the weekend guestof \ Your Prescription Tax Records
to Friday guests of Mr. and and Jimmy Harding and A ama City from Thursday to, Clyde Terwillegar. and Mr and Mrs. Jim Carters did 1.100: worn) of ,work which Miss Phyllis Haddock. are Kept For You By Us
Mrs. G. S. Newcomb... and Mrs. L. N Pickering.a/ Saturday and attended the Miss Ann Hogan. who ha s Daytona Beach from Thursday I the city did pay. Loren Conner of Atlanta Ga.
Mr and Mrs. L. C. Adams granddaughter Priscllla Pickering Goss-Wlse wedding Frida:!' been visiting; her parents. Rev'. to Wednesday. was Friday overnight visitorof Andrews Drugs
spent the weekend In Tampa. spent last Wednesday night w and Mrs. W. A. Hogan. to r Mrs. George B. Flynn Jr J
BIC PENS. Ball Point Re- his sister Mrs. Ida Mae Fur Flint Dial 064-7170
Jimmy Thornton of Kingsley St. Augustine Beach and 'Jacksonville Seaman tend Mrs. Jonn Spen- the summer, left Monday to r and Mrs. O. J. Phillips Jr fills. Bradford :
Lake had as' weekend guest Lt. Mr. and Sat- I County Tele- Shaw. I ,___.
Beach. The Pickerings gler were visiting Monte Vista Colo where eh C spent last Wednesday to graph. ,- -
Becky Moore U. S. Navy remained at Jacksonville I Mrs. Dennjs.: '\ Williams In Largo, teaches Home Economics.Mrs. urday attending the Florida
Nurse r Corps, Charleston S. C. Beach until Friday. AJ the' first f f T..the: week.SAVINGS J. E. Hardy and Mis S State Association of Supervisors -I

Martha Dennis went up to of Elections at the George,
Athena Ga. Monday and Tuea I. Washington Hotel in Jackson'
day to get Miss Janet Hard:V ville. I'
,4 from ,the University of Ceorgt!I Linda Hood 'of Palatka Is Right dealer
8A&N.TO I : where she has been attendin spending two weeks with her now any

# summer school. aunt Mrs. W. E. Dowllng, ands I II ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Andrew I family I
1 and Mr. and Mrs. Lavon An Mrs. Billie Hall of Orlando

&N 4 { rews and family spent the Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. ,
weekend at the tier's BUmmer DuPre this week. will offer

cottage at Rainbow Mrs. J. H. Fields visited a
I I Springs. Mrs. Harold ,Ford in Cocoa : you .

i Major and Mrs. V. J. Speng, last week.

ler and Mrs. Emma Badmar Mr. and Mrs. James McNee-
-- .: were in Sarasota last week a!s ly of Lake City were visiting I ,

41 guests of Dr. and Mrs. Geral Mr. and Mrs. Herb Thomas ,
deal. ,
Ewing over the weekend. big
& Cin&rella I DresssGirl's I Mr. and Mrs. L. !. Harde Mr. and Mrs. John Rule of I' '
,, .
of, ,, wnrkpmguests
Mr Oa..
I -.Tampaswerqvissiting Brunswick.# <: werg .
ga >1 )Dresses For Back-lS ehool Is a natural for work. and Mrs. R. V. 'Turner or of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar I I. u .q. .

mannhlp quality and style. Cinderellahas Sunday and took their nieces, Davis. i
led the way since the Old Shirley Kay Turner Carol Reddlsr Mr. and Mrs. Bill Costello

Temple rfaiys; Today they are going\ and Patty Bigham for a week s and family have returned from
.; altar ft than ever. All Perma-Presa. A visit a visit with Mr. and Mrs. W, Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds
For Little I GirlsIn I Large Selection Right Now Mrs. P. L. Wh.lffen of Sar I C. Young Mr. and Mrs. A. L"I says;
Angelo Texas is visiting Dr Whltlngton. and Dr. and

all the New Fall and Mrs. D. W. Whi fen fo William Murray In Charleston,
Checks, Stripes and SoUds.Plaids.All l HER MAJESTY several weeks. W. Va. While In Charleston, If the car isn't as sharp as the deal
Perms-Press. Rev. and Mrs. D. T. Far a. Mrs. Costello was hospitalized ,
SLIPS' AND PANTIES bee Jr. had as weekend visit In the Charleston General;
3-6x - $2.98 ors, Mr. and Mrs. Oordon Davis Hospital for a week. I
All Mothers know of Mlramar. Mrs. L. J. Green has purchased why bother ? .1
.. JUex. Majesty Because
3 for $8.00 y Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gliisor I the Glenn Norman I
they are so easy to take rare '
leave today for a months visit home on Ralford home and
7-14 of and wear so well and long. All Lit. with Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Gils will move there during the
- $3.98 tie Girls know Her Majesty because son In Tacoma Wash. first week of September. I

they are. so Pretty and feel so good. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Penoyei Jewell!' Fogg la confined toto
3 for 10.00 SAVE ON
and son. Robert moved I Riverside Hospital with a, A CAR
Daytona Beach: on Sunday, broken knee received In a
Mr. and Mrs. Garett Jones oj t boating accident. I .
Gym Suits and Gym Shoes-We're Headquarters Jacksonville have purchasedthe Orle Wiggins entered St. II"
Penoyer home on Morgan Vincent's Hospital last Thurs -,
road. day for observation and treat- WORTH OWNING
Capt. and Mrs. Franklin ment and possible surgery.
flitch of Fort Knox Ky. were Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green I

LADIES AND JUNIORS visiting Mrs. Hazel Ritch over and .family had as visitors, I
the weekend. Mrs. Bill Beck and daughterof I
Mrs. K. T. Duncan Of West Hendersonvllle. N. C.. and'
BACK-TO-SCHOOL With I I Point Ga. is visiting! Mr. and Mrs Irene Johns of Green I '

Mrs. K. G. Duncan for ten Cove Springs last Friday and .
days.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark of Eau !
EAGLES Leon Gray and daughters Gallic on Sunday. '
TIIE-NEW-; of Tallahassee spent the Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Hayes
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. of El Paso Texas and Mr. and II
SPORTSWEARDEPt D. Warren. The Gray family Mrs John Dens and daughter. I I
GATOR JACKETS former Starke residents have Martha, and Mr. and Mrs.
recently returned from two James Thrasher of Lake City I
Has Just Received New Fall Styles and
years in Selrra Leone West were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Materials by Bobble Brooks. Fraync Alleen For IIrr.J1yJI. JUJ5..; N a real demand Africa where Mr. Gray was W. Hayes over the E'I

Russ and many others;:;;" Stales" and Colors lam and E.,le'.)vlirMiMiintrain It Free employed.Mrs. Bill and Debra Furlong ofi

that really make you"glaO'lo: be a Girl for a Limited Time Annie Dempsey of Tlfton Oa. are visiting their I

See our Selection Today' ..:assTju.w: Clearwater was visiting Mr.and grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.'I
ts. Mrs: C. L. Cooper" the past V. V. Hazen this -week. j

two weeKS. Mrs. Vergle Flynn has returned
LADIES 1"-y fOYS '. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green from two weeks visit
PANTIES Tom' 'were at Miami Beach from with
relatives In
,Sawyer Mobile Ala.,
DRESSES Thursday to Sunday attending
BOX OF6Pr.$1.99 Back-to-Schoal the Credit Union convention.Mr. Miss Geraldine Gay left I
Sunday for Perry where she i
0 filIRTS In the New Fall Look and Mrs. Carl '.Mlnx 'will teach 9th through 12th
; have '
returned from two weeks
'grades. In the Taylor County,
Fancy Lace Trim "9111iyles" like the with Sissy Fronts. The trtto France, Germany, I High School.
Big Ones. Stripes Nehru influence Dres- Switzerland and Luxumburg.
..Sation tti Solids. Button Down sir and Casual by Vic Mr. and Mrs. David'' Browning t Alrman Frankie Hardy ishome

and Turtle Necks. ky Vaughn, Ton! Todd, and children are in''-Sua- on ten days leave aftercompleting
$1.00 Each Large Selection and six weeks basictraining
llrooks. Krlley sota "
visiting their 'soninlawand
:' '
at Lackland "
They are Feriua- AFB.
LADIES Press. Arden, Tammy Andrews daughter/ Mr.,'and 'Mra. 'Texas; He willthen report af:
Stacy Ames, John Buckley.Mr. .
L Syracuse. N. Y. for nine;i 1
Nylon Slips New Shipment Blacker Street and and Mrs( c. L. Cooper :months In language school

Lace Trimmed and blahs! Catalina Butte Knit-New Styles J a.a. b and family(UtencMd'''the' Cooper J rJ fl
Arriving Daily famllytT8unionat'lManate
Tailored In proportioned Sweaters Springs 'on'" Bund*?. I f 'TIIE''BRADFORD
\ lengths and
_' Dr. and Mra.\A.rJ."BBn't COUNTY TELEGRAPH\
with Shadow panels. IN ALL TilE mUG; liT FALL COLO1TS'FULL ,
and children'hlt1:8dded: ,'..ObI\te4I 1 1F
Only $3.00 SELECTION IN BUTI ON-UP SLIP-OVER tries and Pedtatrtcn Sitndnar'tJ"' Published every Thursday
at ,138 W. Call St,
TURTLE NECK; Daytona Beach'Yrom'Thursday'''
Starke. FU. 32091
to Sunday.Mr. .

New Shipment of Men and Boys and Mrs.' Clyde:: 'TeTwll- Second class postage paidat
legar flew to New York last'' Starke FTa.
PANTS .- By Farah One Rack of Mens Suits Wednesday where 'they' embarked I' Subscription Rataa. :

on a five day- cruise! to
In PHOW 96 -7500
trade .
San Juan Puerto- Rico and SC:: area: $4.00 per F
ONE RACK Thomas Island. I ;year; 12.23 six months.
Mr. and Mrs :'Jimmy Row Outside trade area: 4.50: ,
MEN'S SPORT COATS To $ and children-ot Sanford were per year; $2.30 mix'montrj.i ,
Values $95.00NOW 6S visiting their,parents, Mr. and I
$69.93 You First
Mrs. Robert 'Green and Mrs. : K. L. Matthews, editor and Putting Keeps Us First

NOW ONLY $35.00 - Eoline. Smith over 'tile weekend I.I f r L publisher


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THURSDAY. AUG. Z2. 1968 Section! One Page Tbnew

4 f['-"- ,- .".,. Donna Trawick Marie BlankenshipWeds j Parties Given Reading Program BAPTIST BAYLESS HIGHWAY CHURCH *..-

."" ,::, Ronald W. Kelly Sgt WynnMiss For Mrs. GodwinMrs. Plans Party
P:_, 'f l. : [ I Sunday School 10 a. m4;

k 1. .'" ," .j. '. J.IJ Exchange VowsDonna Marie BI&n. .
i. II. .
; :: and girls who filled their a. m. Training Union. 8:30:
: niece of Mr. and Mrs. Colley her family moved to Avon summer
,I.,,',"., ', "" "' of Mr.Jane and Mrs.Trawick Jack, daughter Luna- Underhill and Sgt. Willard Park over the weekend, was days with knights, castles p m.; Evening Worship. 730!

GLADYS MOOTY b//',' .) I ford Trawick and Wayne Wynn, ion of Mr. and surprised at a farewell party and dragons at the Bradford p. m. m*
bI," County Library will celebrate Prayer Meeting. Wed., 7:30:
Phone 964-7608 I r. ; Mrs. Willard Wynn were last Friday night given by her '
Kelly of
Wayne Mrs. B. ,
son united in marriage Friday mother. Mrs. Robbie Shaller with a party at 10 a m. Friday F m.: O. A. Meeting WMU
R. Kelly and the late Mr. Kelly night, Aug. 16, at 8 p. m. in and Mr. Shaller. Aug. 23, at the Starke Recreation 7:30: p. m..; Choir Rehearsal.
ta mvwY Miss Tonda Dixon r .01,., of Tampa were married the First Christian Church The five couples and honoree Department. Wed., 7:30: p. m.; Frother-
c 1.\: Saturday August 10, at the All children who Joined the liood meeting last Monday:
with Rev. Charles Reese performing enjoyed! games and refresh-
Gives LuncheonFor home of the bride at
Kirgsley the double ring cere- ments during the evening.Mrs. Tournament of Books are in-I in each month. Rev. David
Lake. Chaplain Captain EdwinS.
BridesmadsMiss Davis, U. S. Air Force: uncle mony In the presence of the Godwin was also entertained vited. Mnietrns ua"tMI -. _.
Immediate families. at a family dinner party I
of the bride, performed the _
Fl. Tonda Dixon! whose The church was decoratedwith given at a restaurant inGalnsvlllp
.; marriage to Richard. Hobbs a. m. ceremony. arrangements of white Wednesday night: ,
Decorating mantle In the
; \Winter School Of ;:
? 1/ will be an event of August 30 t living/ room were bouquets of gladioli and pompoms againsta Aug.! 14. Enjoying the affair
7f +, at 8 p. m. in the First Bapt'si .1 1 e yellow and white daises. background of greenery. were! Mr. and Mrs.. Bill Tilley

41 n church entertained at a Given In marriage by her Mrs, Eddie Akrtdge, organist, and daughter. Donna and Mr.

bridesmaids luncheon Saturdayat r ka '' father the bride wore a pale provided nuptial music. 1 j and Mrs. Robbie Shaller. DANCENow N
the Holiday: Inn. The bride was ,p+ yellow eyelet A-llne dress witha
Centering the dining! table 1 riage by her uncle, Mr. Under-
short matching tulle veil. Wayne McCarthyHas
for "N
was an arrangement of yellow Open Registration
She carried a of white hill.A
11 chrysanthemums centered by ; :: ''tr. miniature carnations nosegay centered :reception was held at the Birthday Party
u + yellow candles. A garland of I home of Mr. and Mrs. William -;:
with a yellow-throated orchid o BALLET ;
greenery extended the! length 1 t Hodge. Mr and Mrs. Harvey McCarthy
trimmed with tulle and I :
of the table. Bridal place card3 streamers.. After a short wedding trip honored their son,
marked the seating arrangement to Daytona Beach, the couple Wayne, with 1party on hit e TAP I
After the
ceremony a .
who reception 'I Kith birthday at their home on -
of the eight guests 1 held will reside in Columbus, Ga.
Included Mrs. W. C. Dixon The bride's was table on was the covered porch. where Sgt. Wynn Is stationedat I blR Santa Fe Lake last Satur-I 0 MODERN ."W

Mrs. J. C. Hobbs, mother of Fort Benning. day afternoon. :
with a white lace and embroi-
the bridegroom-elect and Mrs. 1' + During the party hours tho O BALLROOM
dery cloth decorated with a
Mss) Donna TaylorTo Charles Dai'by. Recent BirthsBradford teenagers enjoyed boating
daisy bouquet, and containing ....
Miss Dixon presented her attendants skiing, swimming, a hamburger ,,
Wed Mr. Coston with personal gifts bowl.wedding Cutting cake the and bride's punch cake County Hospital[ fry and birthday cake. I Beginners -- IntermediateAdvanced
during the luncheon. announces( the following An out-of-town guest wasWayne's ...
Miss Donna Taylor daughter was Mrs. John Dunkle and '
: cousin Miss Gall ,
t of Mrs. Jessie Taylor and presiding at the punch bowl CALL :
Miss Dixon was honored at Ann Weds Mr. was Mrs. Edwin Davis auntsof Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Sweat Weldon of Tallahassee ,
the late E. C. Taylor of Starke, a miscellaneous shower Tues-- Mary Dally Billing I
Jr., Gainesville a daughter '
and Vernon Coston. son of Mr. the bride. Assisting In serv I DOROTHY WINTER SALAZAR
day night at the Colonial Florist In Jacksonville Church Ceremony August 16. I Y
: InS were Miss Meg Davis and ..
and Mrs. S. J. Coston of Georgetown given by Mrs.: Johnny LABEL MAKERS from w

will exchange nuptial Johnson and Mrs. Don Bag- Miss Mary Ann Dally daughter floor length A-lina dresses and Miss Lillian Dunkle cousins Mr ,and Mrs. Donald LeeRowa.n 9.95- Bradford County Tele PHONE 964-7098 .
of the bride.Relatives Starke a daughter,
August 25 at 2 p. m. In'the' graph. Ph. PG1-6303.
vows well. of with tulleas
of Mrs. Marron Dally wore matching bows
Methodist. present Included I Patricia Dense, August 18. inn.
Georgetown I
The refreshment table was Jacksonville. formerly of headpieces. They carried Mrs. -
Kelly mother of the
Church. covered with a white satin Starke and William Thomas cascade arrangements of pink groom, and the bride's grandmothers .....
All friends and relatives of cloth decorated with a garlandof Dally of Arlington Ga.; and roses. -
Mrs. H. D. Trawickof
the couple are invited to at greenery and centered with Steven Farwell Billing, son of Robert Minor of Deland t
Tallahassee and Mrs. Jane a It's Girls Week' V.N
tend. an arrangement of yellow Mr. and Mrs. Fred Billing of served as best man. Ushers Anderson of Tampa. Other

roses! which: was used as a Hillsboro Beach, were united were Michael B. Woodard of members of the
family from
Miss Janet RakesIs door prize! Mrs. Bagwell presided In marriage on Saturday August Sarasota, and James L. Mar. out of town were Dr. and Mrs. ..

at the punch bowl. 17, In St. Paul's Church ron and John C. Marron uncles John R. Dunkle and family of 'A"CC
ComplimentedAt The gift table was centered Jacksonville. of the bride.A Gainesville .atfashion
and Chaplain and
Bridal Shower with a spiral candelabra hold- Decorating the altar were reception was held In the Mrs. Davis and family of Eg- ""
Ing yellow! tapers. baskets of white gladioli and Riverside Woman's Club where Itn Field. Also present ,.
Miss Janet Rakes, bride-elect'' Games were! played! during mums. Satin bows marked the the receiving line stood in
Chapman of Cape Kennedy ..,.,... ''mj
the hours 7:30: to 10, and
of David Jackson, was honored party family pews. front of mantel in the lounge close friend of the
at a bridal gnawer Thurs prizes! were awaidrd. Given in marriage by her which. was banked with magnolias <<- groom. .
Among the 50 guests!. were grandfather Joseph F. Mar and gladioli. The bride's
day, August 8. at the Brooker After a wedding trip to Long I j
Community Center. Hostesseswere Mrs. W. C. Dixon and Mrs. J. ron, the bride wore a candle- table was centered with a Boat Key Mr. and Mrs. Kelly

Mrs. Roy Carroll, Mrs. C. Hobbs who were presentedwith light satin gown enhanced with three-tiered wedding cake topped are living at 235 Sunnyside

Howard Douglas Mrs. Ernest corsages. matching lace at the neckline, with wedding bells and Drive Apt. 4, Temple Terrace, ::
,Edwards. Mrs. Henry Harrell The hostesses:: presented the hem. and cathedral train. Her : decorated with pale pink rose- Florida.

Mrs. J. C. Harrell, and Mrs. honoree with a set of kitchen bouffant: veils was attached to buds.

Pearl Markey. n' gadgets as a memento of the '1 headpiece of candlelight satin After a wedding trip to Palm Junior Women i .,.s.,, w

A yellow and whits J ',color occasion. embroidered with seed pearls. Beach the couple will reside at ,
out She carried a cascade arrange- HOlboro Beach. Seek MembersThe I -: c
scheme was carried, ((3 in 1 the FeteEngaged Permanent Press Ii
party decorations. wnicTT\ i in- Patrays ment of white roses. The bride is a graduate of
luded I Mrs. John W. Barbee of Bradford High School and theUnlver.s1ty Junior Woman's Club I- -
: arrangements of yellow CoupleAt i
)oses and miniature bride Washington, D. C. attended her of Florida. She is will hold Its annual member. or Easy
lolte. Supper sister as matron of honor. member of Pi Beta Phi soror ship luncheon on Saturday, l ;

I Games were played and prl- Bridesmaids! were Miss Maria Aug. 24, at 12 noon at the :
(es-warded to Jennie Rakes Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Patrav Moore of Kingsley Lake and groom attended the University Woman's Club building. I _

ilstcr-in-Iaw( of the bride and were hosts at a hamburger fry Miss Dianne Edwards and Mrs. of Florida and is now Young women between the t.
brace Bigham. Cake and Tuesday night at their homeon Edward Thomas of Jackson at Florida Atlantic University ages 18 and 35, who are inter {
Ralford road honoring: Miss ville.: The bridal attendantswere He is a member of Beta ThetaPI ested In joining the club are
tunch: were served. Pearl Cartwright and John gowned alike in aqua fraternity.THERESSA. Invited to attend this luncheon.For I :'
The hostesses presented the Harold Andrews whose mar reservations contactany

noree' with a nine-piece st riage will be an event of VI r.. ...... ...yy. Junior club member, or f $
>t' Revere Ware as a memento August 31. rs. Joe Gissy call 473-3031 by Friday noon. ?

f the occasion. The party was held on the Heads I DeaneryMrs. Sizes
I, patio where baskets of fresh J'-

fruit were used In decorating.The Joe Gissy was appointed ett and daughters of Monti- 3-6X

": ''THE SOUTIISIDE.CHURCH buffet table was centered to serve the 1968-69 termas By Dorothy Mill cello visited hla uncle and
with black Spanish candles. President of the St. Augus- Phone 473-4318 aunt tA
i OF CHRISTI Mr. and Mrs. L. K.Chllcb :
Among the ten couples enJoying -
tine Deanery Dioscean Coun-
Monday. Guests of the
Invites YOU :: the affair were Mr. and cil of Catholic Women, at a AAAA..A.......... Childs' and Miss Susan Taylor 7-14.. :

Mrs. Ervin Andrews Mr. and : Dioscean board meeting in Orlando Hope Baptist Church this week are MLsa Taylor'smother "
I Mrs. Townsend Strickland and Now arrivals In A-lln
on July 22. Sunday School 10 a. m. Mrs. Mary Taylor t \ i
To Hear : ?
Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce. tyles.. Lace trims, eyelet
Mrs. Cissy will fulfill the Morning sister and brother. and
Worship 11 a. m.: Jean
THE GOSPEL The honored couple was pre- unexpired term of Mrs. Julian Training Union, 6:30: p. m.: Donnie Taylor, of Miami. tr'y in Fall a huge colors selection solids to :
sented with a bedspread ,
Warren of Jacksonville who Evening Worship 7:15: p. m.: Rev. and Mrs. Merle Pack-
for but selection :
their hosts as a memento of Hurry
OF CHRIST moved up as Dioscean Presi Wednesday evening Prayer; JMRI were dinner guests of "'
the occasion. \
dent. Service 7:30: p .m.; with choir their daughter!' and son-in-law h

1 8:30: Sunday Morning OES MembersSet The Deanery Is composed of practice following the service. Mr and Mrs. Bill Phillips of j 714'I

36 Catholic Women's organizations 89 attended Sunday School Mlddleburg, last Tuesday. On BIG GIRLS SET
WPXE Radio Dial 1490 Family PicnicStarke In 17 counties of North Sunday morning. Friday the Packham Srs. and ".

Florida with a membership of Community Center Mr. and Mrs. Merle PackhamJr. '1
Worship Service} Chapter 224 OES will about 800. It is affiliated with The Theressa Community had dinner In Gainesville. Wool Skirt &

Sunday 11:00: ..4\..M. fr' commemorate Robert MorrLs' the National Council of Catholic Center to open each Monday Dinner guests of Mr. and _" I -: '
birthday with a family picnic! evening beginning 7:30: fora Mrs. Clyde Hall on Saturday Orion Sweater ;

Bible Study Sunday on Sunday Aug. 25. at 2 p. m. Women. recreation period to which all evening were Mr. and Mrs. Leather L Look '
at Gold Head Branch State community residents are in- Rodney Hall and family; Mr. 99 .
t8 A.M. and 7 P.M. Park. All Eastern Star members LEGAL FORMS Bradford vited. and Mrs. Jimmy Rltch; Rev. $5 "

3 !Ml. South. :3n>> US 30.1 and their families are invited County Telegraph. Ph Horsey Family Reunion and Mrs. Merle Packham Jr. VINYL for both '

to attend. Please bring a 961-6305. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips and
covered dish.! Ralph Merrltt on Lake Bedfordwas Mr. and Mrs. Hickson. Jumpers Colorful plaid dirndl

I the acting Sunday for the Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan skirt with 2 pocleetssfzesS399

Hersey family reunion Seven of Palatka visited his parents, I and elasticlzed waist,

ty-eight were present IncludingMr. Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan o with solid contrasting.

and Mrs. Leon Hersey, and their son. Percy Jr. cable knit long sleeve'pullover.
n& 1@mcc? : Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perdue, and family on Saturday.Mrs. : r Sizes 714. 1

sI Mr.and Mrs. B. E. Pamel, Percy Sullivan, Jr., 1.14.1' \
I : $$49J GIRLS
Chris and Gary Perdue. Mrs. and Percy III ("Rusty") visited .
Ada Hammock and Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan's parents, Choose from 3 dar] '

i Mrs. Jeri Samuels, all of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Strick-- ling styles in. soft I, ,, Oxford ,
I that
sonville: Mr. and Mrs. David land at Florahome Sunday. antique vinyl Ivy styled! ,button-downs
looks |lust like lea
g. Brannen. of Fort Stewart, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mills, trier. Needs dry in no-iron I combed cot-
> no
> I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hersey, Jr.. Lori Jason and Todd of el aning. 100% cot ) ton. Wear in or out
Palatka; Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Atlantic Beach visited their ton backed. White and colors Sizes. r

Hersey, Gainesville; Richard aunt Miss Dorothy Mills, Sunday I

I Harold, and William Shiver afternoon. Back-to-School Hosiery Girl Full Slips Cotton or Rayon Panties
and families Mr. and Mrs. I
Think About It
Huge selectionicrews! Perma-press Fortrel Big selectionl Full
Edgar Douglas, and Mr. and "The actions of men are like f' morpuls, knee-hi. and and cotton, lace and $ OO cut elastic leg .
t I Mrs. Warren Hersey all of the Index of a book; they point t over-the-knee.. Whites 5 embroidered trlm. ... | In solids or briefs :

I I Lake Butler; Mr. and Mrs. out what is most remarkableIn ,: and colors. 4-11.. ..... UP Sizes 4 to 14. i. Sizes 2 to 14. .
: J I Como Crenshaw, Mr. and Mrs.R. them."-Heine.
M. Hersey, Mr. and Mrs. ..

; I L. V. Williamson, Jerome Ortf- SING TO BE HELD .
fls, Mr. and Mrs. Raymon
: I Turner Mr. and Mrs. L. C. 0'- A Sing will be held at Pine Vs' !

Berry, W. H. Andrews Mrs. Hill Methodist Church on { S

Voncelle King Brenda Jones, Brownlee Road this Saturday. 1 ..
and Lancln, Clyde Dewitt, night starting at 7:30.: All sing- .

Willie, and Doley Hersey and ers invited. ..
families. 11sa .
Belated Happy Birthday wishes
: Boy, this is as smooth as the way they handle a to Cleveland Sullivan for -ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH, .."

August 17. He and Mrs. Sullivan Starke .

new account at First Federal. were dinner guests of Mr Sunday Mass: 9:19: a. m. .
and Mrs. Marlon Sullivan at
Thursday Mass 0:30 p. m. ..
the Branding Iron RestaurantIn Miraculous Medal Novena:

Starke Saturday. Saturday 7 p. m. \. .
Mrs. Gene Prandl of Hallan- Confessions: S p. m. and 7

t "Where You Save DOES Make a DifferenceSavings Mrs.dale James visited D.parents Phillips Mr.and this p. m. GIRLS TENNIS GIRLS OXFORD NEW SQUARE TOE GIRLS SLBP-OM

weekend. Tony Prandi. who -ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH,
.! has been spending a while Keystone Heights.Sunday $2.49 $178 OUR $288 OUR $388 OUR $499VALUE

: prxor with his grandparents returned Mass: 7:30: a. m. REG. $ REG. $ LOW.. :

and( Loan home with his mother. Guestsof and !:00 a. m.Wednesday Washable heavy duck 3-eyelet tie in soft Pat-' Smart Sabot strap with Styled in the new square ;
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips on : Mass and Novena uppers. Cushioned insole tina with white urid.r-. broiariv.ts.Tinyheel. to. with dramatic Monk

.....-.{" Saturday were their son and 7 p. m. and arch. In white. l y.Knitfitlined.Size. In Pattina or smooth strap and kiltie. Tiny.,
'" rap :: daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. 8J4-3) 410. 8%-3. finish. Sizes 8W-4. heel. Sizes 8i4.e' } .
ASSOCIATION OF STARKE Bill Phillips of Middleburg. -3T. MARY CHURCH. ,
I fl'4 ? and on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Macclcnnr.Sundar t tfell tI,
= 218 N. Temple Ave Phone 964-5000 i iA Harry Jeter of Hawthorne. Mass: tl ::3Q a. m. I 1

Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hatch :


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SN1I k i'4. Foar :

'r'mqri'Eit I cult for dlvore. hos b1i. fll..d a Default. Judgment will. *"a'
In'the EZERASE :
cil seat September 10 for the 1eI \ '
t two-month's stay In Birmingham -r Wiggins Set election. He is not expected to PAPElt.. ., Mlmeo Paper. Bond Cgflhtnt John' H.you Mo8wln on Defendant a* Plaintiff by I net taken demanded ugalnBt: I In you the Complaint I hall i <

I Ala. where she visited II be able. to campaign however. r.pe' vNotebook. ..1Ilegi...... Intth.\ above tyled Court and and I thereafter uttld Cause .' ..;
with cousins. Mr. and Mrs. J. RealtorsriV t Cauiie. and you are required to nrocved Kx: Part
HAMPTON Kllgore. She I 4 : ; For Surgery The chairman Is opposed by'' to df" HI Coatrty Telegraph.la ., file I your defense or ""re1 Wltnemt my hand and ..... of "
: V. Cl'ntervlll'] thfc Complaint: sic flli'd HUM Court thin 20 day of Aumru ..
:* I 4' former councilman and bond "The CIr'uIt'inrt' Of'Klnrl.iln. Clerk cif the Cln'ult Florida.
with relatives in Wallace/ _ with the t. Uti!!. at Starke
:ar Mr& MatT William Mrs. Hazel Salter and Sandy .,'-*. Friday A.M.City trustee Ewell Law'son. Rlithlti K...r Bradford Juillilal County llrrnlt. InAnd Court County, In and Courthouse fur. Bradford Starke (SUAL.. Charlci) A. Darby. Clerk

Youngblood left last Monday !\<>. HMit Florida, and nerve a copy KlBhth Judicial
Th, .. Alabama and after pIckIngs' ( Poll Shows Council One .JOHN H. MtSWAIN. Plain -thereof upon mlil Plaintiff Circuit'ult
CHURfCH NEWS for ptta1man PAYROLL tiff. v... LUCY f. MtSWAIN.Defendant attmney, Lex Green. 182-134 N Clr< for nradford County,
visited num.,1 scheduled to have ENVELOPES. 0lox 120B, In and
JoAnn up they a Wiggins in Court Strcut. P. .
cJirlsUan) Ci.U.ch! Rev. ber of well known places 'In .1g. George'.Wallace' swept 1,1 1,1I. si 'BU Fl'ldfY. Aug. 23.. at 8 with or without carbon flat.- TOt L.UCY'\ 1". MCBWA.INoo iHarke' Florida. 32001. on or FloridaHv: lWuh.h01.. :MoodyUeiuUy .
Cad,.Clarke. Lookout'' # kidney BradOI'd..County.Telel1'aph.. Co* TTalUr Vlllan A before the 16th day of Sept. Clark.. --.' "' ""'
eluding Rock City and :'i tlhe i field in An unofficial nt. for removal of a n .".WUmiMLun.. ..J.1weia.Youare..hereby 'Ju)&0 S, I' 'S/12
Sunday School .- 10:00: a. m... 1H68 ; and If you fall too do MI
Ph < H'd
Mountain before returning to straw ballot taken at a Chairman Wiggins\ suffered a 961-6305. notified that .
Morning Worship l 11:00: a. Hampton. Also during her I' kidney: stone attack on Mon. ..
of Clay-
meeting >>
m. Evening Worship -7:30: p. stay, JoAnn attended a WVOK' Hradford ,4 Iteaitors Association I rtav ADR. 12. and was takento

m.ffampton Baptist Church Concert Auditorium held In at Birmingham.the Municipal I held..recently in a the. Bradford It had been County 15 years Hospital. CEMENT W RK' I FISH FRY

Ret. MelVIn Hamel Last week Mrs. Sylvia Cox Starkel1e! fBurant.: since Wiggins had been bothered .

unday School10:00: a. m. of Orange Park spent one dayvlslUnll' \ With "On persons attending I with kidney, trouble] ',!accordIng ,_ 'j; i SATURDAY, AUGUST 31 ,
MdfnCng Worship 11:00: a. m !; the vote was:
with friends In Hamp to his family.
Training Union 6:30: p. m. ton. Sherry Norman returnee Wallace! } SJII( George A. The council chairman, who Of All Types, 4 P. M. -- Bradford Fairgrounds

Evening Worship7:30: p. m. home with her and spent several :! Smathers," "lj Ronald I EI I has served 10 years 'on the '4'- ..,...,.. '

Wednesday! night prayer sev- days. Reagan, 1 ; Richard M. city board was transferred to PATIOS. ,,* DRIVE-WAYS Adults $1.00 -- Children 75c
vicje-Power .Night 7:30: p. m. Wendy Hill left Tuesday to ''Nixon,, 1 ; Undecided, 1. \ St. Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville .

wlfil! choir practice ,following I return to the campus of Chlp- Democratic hopefuls Fast PulseClerk last Friday Aug 16, (, SL4B.qp! ? Sponsored by Bradford Roping Club _
tht service. .
ola Junior in Marian-
College Hubert II. Humphreyand to undergo tests alter
Merrill Edwards kids x-rays Given
pursing Home Service inStke A Pony Will Be Away
,where she will be sophft-! .
na a ] Senator McCarthy kidney stones were present. Call FonFree Estimates .
Sunday afternoon Councilman Nell Tucker by Jokingly Following the Fish Fry <.
more this fall. As a member of ,
failed to score. I According to his son. Gene I I ,,
2:4: $ p.; m.The "the t ] feelingTucker's pulse .PhonQ 964.705 3 -- '
Student Government Asso- as .
Those attending the Wiggins doctors in Jacksonville 't -", ,,, : :\ .
Christian Church
,a most successful spansored skifin :,au.t. n.early Wendy in order returned to assist two meeting included .A. J. the councilman nervously wait found one kidney has deteriorated Horse Show Every Sat. Night

;iparty: last Tuesday nigh the new students with their! Thomas, Sr. and Sen. ed for the qualifying deadline to the point that It JOE WAtKERiLICENSED
in l Lake Butler with 41 particlp gEstratton on Thursday. All and .i Mrs. Charley E. Tuesday at city hall. Tucker Is not functioning and the decision 7:00P.M.
(Ing In the fun. Those,wttoserved Johns of Starke Thomas was made Wednesday to ,
i 'members of the SGA will re- ; sweated it out but ended up
as chaperonea fdr J tlVeyoirfar Ister on Wednesday. Accompanying V. Duck, of Lawtey; without opposition for his second remove! It.Wiggins CONTRACTOR The Public Is Cordially Invited
people were Rev. and l McEachern has qualified for reelection .
Hi _
Wendy to the college James H 73S'N.JPIne'Street _
Miiij-Carl., Clarke; Mr. and< were her parents Mr.' aid< Keystone: Heights: Jo- two-year term. ( to_ his Group 1 .coun : -, .. ... --."ry ,- ,. .... . j .

MrJ.J MarKalee Norman; Mrs. Mrs. D. E. Hill. and her sister seph E. Neff, Green

Matjraret Crawford; and Mr. Debbie. During the summer five Springs: EvdenaHartzosr '
an4 i Mrs. Harry Lasseter. '
Evi Wendy worked as a typo ) ,. Fred II. Paul,
ijyone< had a good time and Ut for the Fruit
; Department of D. raulk,
pla. i> togo agaln.soon., ., rt"Vle I' anAJEmily
Corps In McCarty' Hall at the
{ YWAs of the ,B > StChtach ,,U:. of F. in Gainesville. OniPrlday Oange| Park.thJ I
night Shsix'present.
met Monday afternoon
during a go-
The program jwai ,ting-away party given by the I

a *{ dy..,of. the FanatopCanW' 1 Wflcejyorkers..and! ;. the. \head of .j.' E 'HUls ..."..
Zone and Rhodesia. Following the. department. Dr. A. H. Recent guests of Mr. and I

the }tfleetlng' there Wls T nurpprtsl Krezdorp\;: Wendy .was presented \JJrj. .Wallace olllI\.S were his
f; golng-away"paTtY"1Ii' wjtl h, a,10 ely-glft bracelet.,: slsfcr! ;nMrsAnna Oilley and NEW AlUOTLE! HOMES OhiC- ''TYPEWRITERS: Manual or :

honsr: bf Wendy Hill whet, left Visiting Ronnie,'Dyal this son Michael; and h.I3 niece and I If you find your name among! the Classified l Ads, kasha 20' x 24' wide. Buddy- El ectrtc. For sale or rent. -
Tuesday for college,IThosI enJoylag weekend was Ken Smith of nenheiVi1' B th and Thomas Collins ClemsOn, \Layton travel trail Bradford County Telegraph.] 1
;" the get together" Were Leesburg. Ken and Ronnie 'all from Alabama. I come to the Telegraph office and receive TWOFREE' ers, Liberty. Taylor. Azalea.

Llndtt' stone. Debbl Hicks were fellow counselors at R. Gail Saxon Is now home Buy. sell, trade. Year bank financing -
Nanjy BenckowskY. Debbie PASSES to Forida] Theatre or 301 Drivein. free sat and delivery
*, A. camp this: summer. aftf-fcendlng! two weeks with up George E. LaRue

and t Wendy.,HU1and, Mrs. Alan Blrt eon of Mr.' ,and he! .na tfraitdpwents.\ Miand Theatre Passes BUCKEYE TRAILERMART ,
Charles .Hicks. : Mrs. E. L. Birt and Randy Mrs., A O. Pope. In Eau Oallle. INC.! 6912 Blandtng. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto .

CITY? COUNCIL MEETSTljeLJegular""ja Hicks, son of Mr. and Mrs.! ;:, Warren and Larry Jacks left Jax. 771-8778. ffchg I
esetlngAof the R,, Hicks! left Monday for. a.. .Sunday for their home In Mem I. CASTINGS MATTRESS FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Re- USED VACUUM clemro reconditioned ''LIFE & ACCIDENT

city neU, 'was' held on .Tuesday we k'* ,stay at ,Trinity Youth phis. Tenn., after spending six & UPHOLSTERY WORKS frigeration Service. Home and $15 up. 10 different Keystone Heights 473-4602
:JiilghC ,Aag/.ld; : ..\lth all Camp. TYC Is a non-prod* .weeks wtthithelr grandparents, CLASSIFIED; AD KATES i '2 to Lemon St. Palatka Commercial.] Phone 473-3090 name brand to chooa from. I

offloers and councilmen pre- summer camp owned, and operated "Mr. and MrsV'P H. Lott. i,I Up to 15 word'* ____ 1.23 I Furniture Repaired P. O Box 19, Keystone. treblE Parts &: excellent repairs aM '
sent There, was no, old business by the Trinity Baptist Glen ,McRae of Tampa Is (Minimum charge) Upholstered & Refinished makes. KIRBY SALES .A WANTED, USED Gas cook ,
lo.be"carried jOver! ,from Church of Jacksonville of visiting I hla aunt Mary Jane, MATTRESSES REBUILT THANK YOU NOTES--Beau. SERVICE 712 N. Man Galnes- st-pve\> or electric refrigerators GUARANTEED Quality Watkins -

the previous meeting.'Two re- which Dr. Bob Gray formerlyof 'Jone and"family, and his un! Each word over 15 .07 New Innersprlngs/ tifully engraved in gold or, yule 376-7110. Uchf beds. dinette sets, bedroom Products- For free delivery
pre :ntatives of the company Hampton 1 Is, pastor. The cles. Wlllard and Glen Thomas! and Box Springs silver. $1.25 for box of 25, Including sets sofas and chairs. Phone phone 964-5094. tfchg

of 9a &.'.Tree Surgeons, Pete camp is. located on Hillcrest: and their 'families. .I Extra charge if not Drop 17s A C8II'1I or Call envelopes. Bradford DID YOU KNOW it's easy to 964-7923. Dahmers. tfchg
Sapj} and, E4!: H&.S npay." were lake in Clay County near Keystone P'rank"and Dot Brown and' paid In advance -__ .35 PALATKA EA 5-9106 County Telegraph. tf own a Longchamp Home? --: BUY:"" SELLTRADE

present; and ,presented a plan Heights. daughters ,of Winter Haven i AIRS. PEGGY 8HALLEB INSURANCEAT Better built for FJ r4a?: liv- TYPEWRITERS: Manual or BILL POWELL

for trimming and removing Mr. and Mrs. Wes Griffin recently spent .the weekend with his: Memorials, Resolutions] 849 E. Adklna St. REDUCED RATES ing. Your plant or ours tlectrio. For sale or rent. \'Real EstateAIrconditIoned

deacj jUmbs and trees! ;' in order celebrated their 21 wedding :mother* Ml*." T. 1". Brown Also I 7 cents Starl lIo Agent AUTO, FIRE. BOAT YOur: lot or ours. Contact Bu Bradford County) Telegraph.Used .
to correct' situation that has anniversary and were visiting Mrs. Brown this per word DOYLE K. CONNER ford Mitchell. phone 964- concrete block

PlaRp ',the city for, some honored' |at a reception held week were her granddaughter, I FOR SALE or rent-4-bed- INSURANCE) AGENCY 6853. P. O. Box 238. Starke, Mowers Push or Ride home'on' paved street -beau.
yeacs; the .councfl approvedthe at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J, W. Walter and son, CARDS OP! THANKS room, brick home air-condi f,1ol-14r We Trade We RepairFIRESTONE tifully landscaped and fenced.1650.'fl .

jjlan .as ?.. presented. ,The Jack Green on Lake Santa Fe, Bobby: and Mr son and daugh SO word less tioned and central, heat, fine tfchg I ,.' of improved living
war ,;*which will require two Phyllis | Griffin assisted Mrs. ter-in-law\: Mr. and Mrs. Gordon or --- 3.00 location, 323 N. Walnut St. Free Pick Up Service area- $400 Down approximately

weets- .t b ''complete. has.already: Green in: :serving the lovely Weeat all of Miami. The Each word over SO .07 I'. $130 per' month available' Au- PUMPSNEW I JIMMY MOORE'S i In City I 75.00 per month.

begun! tiered cake and punch. Enjoy occasion, for tlie\ gathering was gust 25, call Gainesville 376- AND USED I SUN SPORTSMOORE I Phone 964-7502 $100 DOWN 6Y.%" INTERESTTWO

TdeFtegtetratlon.! : books are ing, the celebration wlthtlQ\ Mrs.; Brown's birthday :' 9666' 8tchg 8/29 SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep tf HOMES AVAILABLE
IN '
nowt of en, {; ''l'orne's Store and and Mrs. Griffin wera.,' 'Kfvt. Clark: Dyal of Winter park TOWNLakeside I & Shallow Wells BOAT FOB I You don't have to be a vet to
will remain Mel Hamel returned home Sunday with Home YOUR MONEY
{ open until Aua31.. and granddaughterSusan
Water Softeners & Filters USED; FURNITIYREAND buy these newly reconditionedV.
If you,.1.re not registered! you : Nathan, Green; Mr. Ken Smith of Leesburg for a 2 IK Starke Ph. 6645791SERVICE A. homes.AtII .
we {urged to do( so! before this and\ Mrs. Charles, Hick*. .* I\Id\ >vlslt! with his parents, Mr.' and Story'- Rooms : Expert Service On .- APPLIANCES : .... 2 3 be*,
.. ? ft loriC4
date* .btb t1v181t"'ytu will not family and Mr. and*. 'M II. BertorDyal. ;.Clar: ,l-i has ;111'1' *( $9,150'1(1'111' \ AH Makes' SPECIAL' '. ?:- .. G :.. rooms. I rwr' -

be ajblejto, vote hi the city's John Green and daughter, spent the .entire summer with S. E. : Phone 961-7061 Ski Rig ______ ._,__ $393.00 FENNELL'SDARGAIN We ant V VA-FHA specialists.See .
elections. All 1 Susan. his grandmother, Mrs. Alma McKay Realtor
candidates lnterejted f ,DURRANCE PUMP New Model Engines arriving ubfor( quick move-In; All
; In running for city Saturday evening the Don, .'Dyal and his uncle the Horace Keystone Heights AND SUPPLY CO. every day. CENTER qualifying/ done In our office.
office In the Sept. 12 election Hill family was dinner guestsof Dyal
are Reminded that they must Mr. and Mrs. Horae'Dand | < :tend! BHS In the fall. ,- 473-4816 FOR SAI.E-.BRlC'K HOUSE I FOR RENT!: TV sets. baby I PAYROLL ENVELOPES.)
have their petition In by the family. After a delicious Mr and Mrs. Ronnie Long ready for 3 bed- with or without carbon flat
iEADUtOHTS ADJUSTED occupancy. beds. electric guitars and amplifiers WANTED {Someone to 'work
Aug; 31 deadline. These: petitions steak supper held outside *the have recently moved Into their $2.00 per vehicle, state approved -: room Itt bath. Treated just ,. refrigerators by day 1n nursery during cmirch hours. Bradford County Telegraph.,,,
:may be secured from D. group enoyed fresh boiled Pfa-, new home on highway 301. outside of city limits In
c Weaver Inspection week or month. Phone 964- Phone 8644499.( tfchg SEVERAL GOOD USED AdcJ.oInl"Ia.ch
E. Hill.: The positions' that are nuts. .The pet together was The, house "was prevIously ment. See George EQUIP"I Plnebreeze. Easy monttblyterms. 7923. Dahmers. tfcb \ nes for sale eleo
to tie ,filled In th honor of Debbie Hills owned by stanley Thomas..Phyllis .
upcomlnielection' : mile north of Starke on 301. NEW Longchamp Const Co. LEGAL FORMS. Bradford tries; subtraction credit bal
are: Mayor. Clerk, birthday. .: Meng daughter of Come out at your convenienceor Contact B .fOld Mltchi n. FOR RENT Alr-condltloned County Telegraph. Ph. anc.!. Bradford County Tele
Marshall and\ three; city coun- Sherry Sasser and her mother Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng recently call for appointment. pone 964-6853 P. O. Box furnished! efficiency apart- 9646305. graph. ti

cflm n. ., Marcella<, of Sylvanla Ga-1 ; I turned home alter Guaranteed. Ph. 933 Starke tfn4ie ment. Renner Apia. 633 McMahon _
PERSONALS spe.nt last Wednesday with the two month's In Sandusky, Ohio 964-5184. DoItYourselfSEAMLESS St. Ph. 964-6279 tfchg FOR SALE-3 bedroom, 1 bath FOR sALE By Owner.

Ms., Betty Hayes' and her George: Kennan family. where she stayed with her uncle ? tfchu MEN WANTED Laundry; concrete block: 'house. Large corner Modern, "3 bdrm. block house,

sister Mrs Eunice Morris and Mr.. and ., Mrs. Albert ,Blrt Ii.nd..aunt. Dr. and Mrs. AIR CONDITIONER Close-Out workers. Kitchen aids labour: ALUMINUM PRODUCTS lot. Located 1027 Butler Rd. close In town, plus 30 x 30

daughter Kath spent last and their friends Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vasques. While in Onto Sale-20,000 BTH $277.50, Slade I ers cottage Parents. watchman !- Awnings Patios, Cabanas Sll 500 Ph. 964-5887. Btpu-9-13 blk. Mdg.:' on ]location.) Ph.

week v&itlng! relatives\ in Georgla. Willie Stinson'all! pf St, Petejs- she worked In an amusement 3ai & 'Appliance*. Itchg I cooks and clerks. groundV Carport Boatsheds UtilityBUgri. ,. 964-5174. Starke tfchg
'Amon'F' those they visitedwert burg visited with Mrs. Maggie park, Cedar-Point. During htr I keeper truck driver. Five ;!taHecl. AD !Florida _
<< their: 41ije! .(.Mra' 'tR. p. Blrt and the Gene flirts this stay Phyllis also visited other ELEC'l'RIL'ALIlUHK\ ":-.- All FLOORING I day week:, eight hour day: Mobile Homes, Keystone Hts. I sale 1-2 priced. Dahmers Discount FOR RENf-Three room furnished
FutrUl of Sylve.sted.ana Mrs. weekend.Mr. relatives. types. Reasonable. tune stncKin : State retirement vacations,! Ph. 473-4178 tfchg House. Itch; apartment. :Atr-condl-

R. I. Patterson of Tlfton. and Mrs. Floyd Smith Friends .of Mrs. Raleign Keyston* Hts,. Phone 473- sick leave. If interested please] : AIR CONDITIONER Close-Out loned, automatic gas beat
14BU( or 473-452U.: WAITRESS WANTED ApplyIn
JoAnn StyUefJbua. ..tff; ,lt1y) and daughters of .Gainesville (Sue) Brannen will be glad to 2tC'*lg- -1:) ." \ apply in person. Personnel I person B & G Truck Stop Sale-12.500 BTU $194.50. Slade Across from high (school and

returned to Hampton after a were Sunday dinner guests of know she is doing nicely alter HOUSEKEEPER '- BABYSITTER \VE'.M. 'K' Manager Sunland TrainIng U. S. 301 South. tfchg Gas & Appliance. itch; elementary school. 414... W.

undergoing minor surgery In : Work seven" eight! hours Center. Gainesville Fla. Washington. Call Waldo 488885. -

: Attention ownerscfjsmall }businesses: the Alachua General Hospital on Tuesday- -caH S647741.J tf .' :KEYs: tfchg. ''A. J. Thomas Realtor General WILL TAKE CARE of children ._gto.-.8-23:
in.Gainesville on Monday. : Real] Estate and Appraising in my home, dally or weekly.
Hp1V Would these bills 3fr. and Mrs. Errol Baun WANTED men and 3\vmte'a ". ,. MAMA PRIEST Nursery fbr Estates. Corporations and _Call 964-7462. Itp Drag line hoe
11. ana front end loader worn pn
for 'i'- now accepting reser-
and family of Somersworth N. Moble} home! and Home Improvement Individual Owners. 30 Years Ex-
: He '.Pliid'' : vations., Ages 3 thru 5. Phone ADD MACHINE ROLLS \Wtt-tmo alter e p. m. cutton
j if' you were H., have returned home after Sales. Cabanas; car p'prlence in Florida Land 'Mattea's. .
WANTED-.Lot or small acreage. 964-T254. 8.29 F1Je Folders complete line ofItff Polk. 3tpd-8-22
: disabled tomorrow? .speJ1lIrt"tWQ!!! weeks with his I ports patio awnings scree,*!.en- near Starke or Hampton.. Frank 6tchg. \ 205 N. Temple Ave.. Tel. '/Jullplle"The Telegraph
parents Mr. and Mrs. MatthewL. closure Utility bldgs. Will '
( train.
/ 4-5701. TF
9R Chg MIMEO STENCILS and Ink. :
Call for Aluminum Stefllk.'Jr.. Rt. 1. Box 6.Bun. MEN WANTED-.Men cottage .
( Salaries (__) Light .(..) Baun on Hampton Lake. appointment. AIR CONDITIONER Close-Out Duplicating machine and :
-- Water (. .) Laundry WRUeLylslting the Products. All. Florida. Mobile, nell, Fla. 2tp-8-22 parents. Age 2160. Startingpay FO\R\ SALE-2 Walker puppies
( ) Rent (.. here young- Sale-12,500 BTU 16600. Slade supplies Bradford County
) JIes j
( )
eo .. : Telephone ( ) Taus $293 month promotion
-.* er'Bauns enjoyed a day at Home. 473-4178 Uchr 9 ckrid 11 months; 16 turkeys. 8 .
t. -:=--=:; MOTEL ROOMS for rent, very Gas & Appliances. Itch!? TpIgrab.
Marineland.. .. I opportunities and regular Increases Mal'ard' ducks. Phone 7823200or
low rate. Phone 964-
.. weekly
Nationwide can se6.that you get, the cash you need :: c CJiuck;; and Sally McGee and FOR SALE -14 If.' 6'In. Seafury 698!>. Underwood Motel. In pay. i hour day 823737. ltp OLD COINS-Bought. sold and i CLOSING OUT all Motorola color 1
-r: when you need ..it. Nationwide has a Business fag ly of San Jose,. Calif. were I runabout: 40lip.. Evlnrude' electric i, :. 2tchg 8-22 5 day ,week.. sick leave. -SBIC appraised): at Qulglcy's Museum ( 1'V at large discount prices. j

Protector Plan that makes sure your expenses are surprise guests of Mr. and starter:electric pushbuttonshift tions,: state retirement. PENS. Ball Point Refills 1-5,p. m. every Saturday. i Danmer's Discount House.
taken care of If you'redisabled oa.nd.cah't work. Nationwide'a -, ',Mr*. Delmar] Williamson last generator. MUrray' tilttraIlel' EDB WELDING ':- .All types terested... please i apply in .l- Bradford County Tele- 8chg-8-29 4tCtg-8-29 .
'Business Protector Plan "u day. The McGee family very ; perfect welding and repairs; porch rails son Personnel Manager. graph.
can provide up condition. Phone 473-3022 Key- land Training Gaines- IFOR SALE- Spinet Piano In 'WANTED USED WRINGER
Center. I
to. $1,000 per month, with a maximum of 80 cent was visiting relatives in Ocala &. posts custom made. 5 ml. DRESS MAKING Alterationsand .
stone Heights. condition.; 127 LafayetteSt. I
per to tfchg west on 16. turn right 1 blockon ville. Fla. 3tchg-9-12 ood washer: Will pay cash or take
of fixed business and.; traveled on Hampton .
allowable. Benefits Sewing. Mis.Effle
expense start \Spectality
call 964-5951 after 3 m.
J : or p. In trade on anything Dahmera
after 14 or 30'days, as select and contin (JSBook for the Williamsons. RUBBER STAMPS and Crawford Rd. Phone 964.7145 CVosby phone 964-6308 tfch
you + I 9646489.' COOK.WANTED. : Must be ex ? Jlcount House. tchg
They all thoroughly enjoyed FadBr'adford or 4tchar\ -9-5 1
County Tele- Trailer Park.
up to( 15 months. perlenced. Good salary. Apply Westmcn eland]
the' much too short visit. graph. Ph 964-6305. \ FILING CABINETS, Typewriter RENT
4tp 9-5 FOR -Furnished apart
FOR SALE-2 BR frame house, in person.-Longhorn Restau-!
f I .
Call'me: today for more details about Nationwide'a Among those from Hampton furnished one mile rant tf/chu Stands Desks. Chain ment. Living room, bedroom
acre. one
Business Protector Plan: attending the gospel sing at the LOST- White female Persiancat. west of Lawtey SR225. Phone HOUSE '.FOR SALE 3 bedrooms Safes. Bradford County kitchen and dinette. 331 Clark

Graham Baptist Church last Reward. Call] 473-4193. 782-3021 8-22 AIR CONDITIONER Close-Out 2baths, and Florida Trlrrraph. St. Mrs D L. Silcox. Itch I'
Saturday night were Mr. and Itchg Itpd- Sale 3.000 BTU $99.00 Slade room. Ceitt'ral: heat. corner lot.

; Mrs. Wes Griffin and Phil; WANTED- Experienced double Gas and .Appliances. Itchg Phone 964 '871. 3tp-9-15 AIR CONDITIONER Close-Out FOR RENT-Furnished farm

Mr. and Mrs.. Jack Green and o THE KEY TO entry bookkeeper. Must do professional Fu'-i' Sale-24,000 BTU 29750. Slade house off 301( North. For Information -
Nathan: Mr. and Mrs. John Gracious typing minimum 50 RUBBER STAMPS. and Space a Hone or Two Gas & Appliances Itchg call 9646937. tfchg
Living. Frame two \,bed room dwelling ,-
BILL POWELL Green and Susan; and Mr. WPM no errors. and take short Pads. Bradford County Tele- -
.. with modern conveniences FOR SALE (New 3 bedroom. 2 FOR SALE-.House. and five
and Mrs. William Carter and iraph. Ph. 964-6305. -
... .. Town HouseAPARTMENTS hand at 80 WPM. Applications
Phone 964-6461 : Lisa. must indicate previous paved road. Cftit of Town and a ,bath brick home on East Call acres land with 40 pecan bearIng -
404 W. Madison 'Sal STRAYED black and white real bargain tor $5.000.00. A. J. Street. 100 x 300 F' lot, duct trees. On. Florida Power is
St. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall employment. \'Y $400 .
1 steer. Owner may claim and pay Thomas. Realtor. Tel. 964-5701. heat. HotpolnO kitchen appli Light; air-conditioned! ideal ]location -
:: Starke, Fla. "e recently had their sonthd J Buford Mitchell per month. Send resume to for keep and ad. Call 964-5172. ances. Beautiful new door that on Beisent Road. Reason-
1 daughter-in-law Mr. and CUBB. Drawer 970. Starke. Fla. SEWING MACHINE Cleaned,
4tp-9-12 never needs ,waxing. Will con. ably priced. Call Gene Shaw.
Mrs. John L. Hall and family Phones I This is an equal opportunity oiled and adjusted in you"home.
I sider small 'house In trade. 064-5200. 3tcha9SFOR
of .MUW<<1Jkee', Wise spend 964-6853 904-6760 employer Itchg FOR RENT-Furnished 2-BR $3.00. Vacuum,' cealet.re-] WHU'KHEAP BROS. Phone 964-
their two weeks vacation with house. pairs also. All work guaranteed
EZERASE TYPEWRITER location. Phone 6512. tfchg SALE<..1964 50 X 10 ft. 2
The Man from Nationwide is on Your Side them. Wlj9ehere) the families HOUSEKEEPER I PAPER Mlmeo Paper. Bond 964-6560 after S p. m. M. A. Dennis E. Cogg/fiS' Rt. 1. Box BR Champlo.i Trailer. Small
Just visited and spent one day I WANTED Payne. tfchg 89, Ralford. > 4tjv-9-t2 '
-. Paper. Notebook Fillers. .. LEGTAL :FORMS.: ::- Bradford equity: and assume payments'1
In Hampton area. Colored or '
'acKsonyi'5; white. Good pay permanent po Bradford County Telegraph.INFANT1CIPATINO WHITE ELEPHANT Garage FOR SALE- .2 Bt house, nice County' Telegraph. Ph. $56.65. Call 64-7499. Htn

Those who are celebrating a sition. References required. Can Sale-West side Swan Lake. Rd. neighborhood. carl?-)>rt, etc. $300 964-6305.<
birthday |:'Oit ..week are David I 4681581. t'chg S210. August 27-28-39.: Bama down Phone 964.18' \lat. tfchg FOR SALE-1967 Homette 12'".
Stone. MrsY T. F. Brown. Her. A new arrival? We have anticipated Boyd. I FOR SA.LE-40 tip electric start 50* (Mobile Home, excellent con-
man Bower and Alan Bowers I FOR SALE-Purebred: German all your needs in Dresses. COCKTAIL WAITRSS WaUed IMercUryi motor. N-lt.; Borom dition. Two bedrooms, large JivIng -

:HWppy Birthday to all of you. Shepherd puppies $30. No pa Lingerie and Sportswear. EXPECTANTLY FOR SALE-1964 Honda "Trail -Mattox Long BrlditkJ dub 100. 'boat .tilt trailer all excellent room. and kitchen. Completely -

FOOD FOR THOUGHT! pers. Jack Miller. Phone 475- YOURS. 706 W, 55." good condition: also new 4 miles east of Lake Butlem condition. Phone 7823205.Itch ] furnished. Ph. 964-7854.

1 Go placidly amid the noise 2518. itchg University. Gainesville. Itch; crash helmet with ,bubble shield., State Road 100. Up ; ltD
Nationwide Mutual Fire Insurance Co. and haste and remember Both for $100. Ph. 473-4362. '
Nationwide Life Insurance Co. what' peace there may be in FOR SALE 3 ,bedroom houseon TWO BEDROOM house on 1 Keystone Huts 2tchfir- -29 FOR SALE 1962 Docile 440. 2
I Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. silence. As far as possible 1 acre lot; 150 ft. frontageon acre Pecan trees ''school bus dr. HT. Alr-condltlontyt PS & house. 3 bedrooms living room. Furnished cottage 3 rooms

Home Office: Columbus Ohio without ,surrender be on good Hwy. 100. 114 miles from at: corner. $500 down. $7,000 LABEL MAKERS. from PB. R & H. WW Tiri".. 54.000 dining room. kitchen. Contact, and bath. Available Aug. thru
terms with all persons. Keystone Heights. Phone 473- mortgage. Low monthly pay $9.9$- Bradford County Tele miles, clean. Phone 964 -&V78' after Mrs. D. L. Sllcox. 331 Clark St. June. Adults. Phone 533-2056.

4321. G. C. Payne. lIp! ments. Ph. 964.6240. Uchg graph. Ph. 961-6305. .5 p. m..or..weekends., H I t' Phone 964-77874 tlchg Mrs. Bence. n'.8-23

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THURSDAY.. ; 'AUCt. 2'-''. 1968 ImAn1"n"n ean M'Nfv> "" Trt..oHptf NTAitin rLoiuni -.-Section- DIM Pit* M1
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Parents Urged To Register I[ with. the ,meeting. be, -

I Children For Kindergarten ; { No More Coot Stew : \With YourflConhty Agent ihgj Orzanlzi just !po tlons-mnes' like away' out!;. Farm-.:

Bu eau aril Cattleman' AJ&OC.iatton -
Residents of Bradford County encs. But transportation will bo Fbr the put week we have fcmb. r 13.Sent. ft lot, to us in.oijr -"
are urged to register children furnished both t* and from had an invasion of beetle-Uke .'' 14-Annual meet'nv': of A t! melt 'programs. They"-..

ellelbletor kindergarten at tho school and lunch win -iwaertve- j lOdlun l's Island Revisited :1 insects (Pta, .do( no particular thuj : ;Bradford County :Farm: are; us and ,we'' enjoy,,.,..
school nearest them, with the served. 1I 1I I harhi,' but they are a, ,rsa4 j \Mla Butfefctj' Annual reports and workingwllth:' them anytime '* ""

exception cf St r'"e Elementary, Children arc etlg'blc' '.,r K'nderftarten ... I II. Mop. They .*ro .not'acting1: is pleity of ,fried Bradford County and i in anyway' we:' Dane. .,w
as soon as 1 rosii: ')le. : who wilt he five Tears! I. they ,should because.they usual chicken should attract. .more -W1MGIRLS.
For"the first tame: Bradford c.:> cr bef.rd. Jariwicy 1, IWiJI I 'Twentp' ;. years ago I rot" my By Goie Matthew; ,bye from the kitchen w1:1doW'When ; !* hide'durlna the day and thahi I ooo. paaplo.Oct. GYM 'jBUltSAVAILABLE _
fold 1[ ,
County Schools are i pret5; erewutr and: first taiU -,. we returned lost Sunday feed at night. They are-;In'Very'' 3-Farm" Bureau meeting NOW ,,n
making It I I Birth certificate and health f aileooler stew .on Odluad's- Island nfternoon she .was still in the unusual places .because you Involving about 10'' Coun.I Girl's bluen: \it;ym suits.'required; .*
possible for all eligible! :: ,child,'ei: I| rt'rcl'el; sell reqlt.lre4' for .wbjie; : the Suwanaee kitchen, with a "sheet cf newspaper normally would not'ttilttiem( ties to'' discuss programs and I MWdtoBibiool and Bradford '0High' .

, to >li i Scho l.(
Meklco.Islft. serve as an apron. These are ay
----- Building. They Stale Meeting Bradford Coun [
Hew. Agriculture '
'' "hfwre- the flat-top, and new-fangled le- bogie arc i mostly' found IrjH/ f dead! ty will' host this meeting and I Eailes: .Pare:&}ts'are eacaurageA,,;:;';

PAYROLL ENVELOPES lowing; aftef .* >>PH:.of; two decades Itat 'l. 'Nat dressss! don't have, ft. thing" on : mulch under shrubbery, base gain. will feature fried chicken to buy suits fa little large ago> -
with or without carbon flat- September 10.,19C>8:Sale of V hftnlKwtoff for another aA Mrs' Odlund. .OA. older' buildings, .wood piles, ?, Ilaror-fed to satisfy! any I I they may 'be ( worn more .than"."/"M

Bradford Count Telegraph.INVITATIOV I Pane: Gum I taste of canter nt-w., -fhts'Ore of around the Suwannee more inspiring is 78- and piles of trash.. Have nev ,rkmrwn bpoYs foals I I one. year. Price[ "$5.; Tennis_ ""*

B1:t Blanlts. Coml'ttons.' and15Declflcatlons 'Wk a an tavitaUon came from d x w, them to do any damage Oct.., 27-Farm Bureau State '"'"
I t controlcf >ly white, or Any, ,
year-old Granny, at the shoes -prefero ..?
may bo obtained( Suwannee Shores-a new land to plants or lawns. They are ,, Convention to be held in Dayton
TO BID from the State''Purchasing Com- dvrtlopment, In that neck of the her putboard: -Dowered skiff, supposed: to feed ,on other insects *., Beach. Bradford() County I color are also,\* required. -
: BY l4' + 7 7t chiiKilns! : to the mainland twicea '
mlaVcn' WHUamfD. Bloxhara woods-to mend a weekend yf Ix { and decaying matter.! H IrUO'
/STATE> PURCHASING" BuUd'ng, Rocm 112. Calkoun wmdu*,the old haunts, the urge 4'a w P ,h '+r '. 'day' on Sundays for services Tholr appearance and touch ...r *. ...OSLADET&

COMMISSION Street Tallahassee Florida. irresls-taole.. I accepted with ; nt the little Snlt Creek Baptist will>.I cause the ladles to jump r "
FLORIDA Ch-jreh.:! .'The skiff ba loaded
The '
Ccmmdetoa'reaerves! the thanks a and maybe'speak before think =
Competitive Sealed Bds! will be' rght: to reject( any or all bIds: 1. Now that I've been there w'th'! Other members of the ing. [ $

received ,by the State Purchas- I Executive Dlrtcta, eosin/ I'm even more thankful. Sa family, but Granny is always It t They have prominent forceps i'
,ng Commission' u"t1: '! 11:00: AM, I Al 'J. Day There's nothlnsr In Florida ,4"n, the. controls, as she.is with: all at the- tall end that may ,be / : :
on the date shown for the fol- 8.22-21-8-29 quite 1'ke' this still untouched other! af'alrs on OdH-nd's Island.' from a."-half to three quarters AIR' CONDITIONER ,'
This! Sunday, dean
paradise at the mouth of the r particular. Incl long. ThfesB forceps( look
ny didn't have to worry. about ,....
Sjwarmee: Riter. I g ti t ty like) pinchers or crab cla.wl.They .
Tkdnlr heaven nothing much being late tor evenl.ig: sen vices. are not known to sting -

FLORIDA THEAtRSh..UWkdav. has'' d ham* dinner tolD .
and he wan !! ..
: .eqI.
> '.JoM-!':unknownreason the Don't know why, but ,
In the kltchan-dining room whenwe
little settlement of Demory Hill I they are called EARWIGS
"! 7 Sunday 30ft. Saturday I the lumping-o8 place where arrived for cur afternoon II Gun, excea" lve and heavy rain '
yen embark for Odlund's Island: 4 + "t; visit. Granny's skiff, was his are' probably driving theft f
FRIDAY, SATURDAY AUGUST 23, %.1. .,_,N'"'now ,officially known as rl1} t" only means of getting; back tochurch. from their,:normal places. .
Double .
Feature Program Suwannee -but !It's still Deanery a If, yoU' want to treat along a I
a.--- Hill to me, and always Pointing' with pride to jar after sidewalk around base of door'I ..
Jir.: cf swamp cabbage. pre. 'I IRenembel" ,. n...
will be. or :wood nile. use Chlordani. lp
Greatest Surfing sorved ,.
fags, and various r getables -
1 But to go back 20 years (don't ( and follow all pre-
her home
from pardon
Film Ever' ''l"e' wish we co"'dl-the) flattop cau ons. JW
Granny told of plans Car putting ..
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wasn't acquired at Demory GOOD'EATING
,1 .R .J Made on two big d'nners In the near -
.METU8N8 Hill You couldn't get a haircut About .'.* weets: ago I boughtmy
futivre for civic and social
THEM ee. there !in those days, and you or wife a gallon of paint She ,IaAAt /
She also feeds t
MFraRNa "THE still can't now.Since I was headed ganizations. never! could get it; open so I r' Y
those who come to stay on the .....
for a couple of weeks In the stayed! home our days, last
well than 170 other rletles of fresh and island in rustic called ..
Tarpon, an as mort quarters .q
wirerneos (back in 1948)) week and used lt'upt.Had an
1m a salt water flih abound at Suwannee. This 115 pound specimen. I "the clubhouse," just a stone's .:''Z
aI no .particular destination in I extra day so I fulfilled a ;
Kick Cox test
ENDLESSSUMMER" was caught Monday morning by on a throw (or rather a biscuit'swhiff
I i ,. mind, I stopped at a small barber \ using! a 68M11 Mlrrolure. Cox (left) landed the huge bah after )) from Granny's kitchen promise I had been making 1'1"
O n m m aAFIFISFO shop enroute to get a trim .15' minutes during which the Tarpon made 12 jumps. This( was around for,. 23! year*. t TOOK HER .. .. .
"I'd show
my gar
you .
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.,, that would last a while. Ana Cox's seventh over-190 pound Tarpon of the current season At FISHING. Didn't have any' e ?
+ ......... __ I den, but can't get out there
.N it was the luckiest stop I ever Hghtis Dewey Wade., new proprietor of Siiwannee Lodge. you equipment so ,we went. where cil ....;.
BY ALLIED ARTISTS now for the deer files, Granny
made. A talkative barber and .
recommended they furndah everything uu.
good enough for customers.And velopment to mc'bue' homes and I laid
Odlund's it 18. She fries a mean tur lots are now selling Uke proverbial
SUN., WON\ ,,TUES. AUG. 25, 26, 27 quiet place to take a rest. And botcakes. Another pest that "base"'her muss It was the wrong day ....u
tle and her hushpuppies areas .
garden are the huge toppers ..
he was so right. for red snapper but a variety
Melm-Guklwyn' Mayer prescrU An Everett Freeman Production"" It's still a quiet place-but tar out of this world as I Mr Heath, who, in addition to -locally nicknamed Georgia of other made ?it pretty interesting ""' ...
Doris Robert there's no more cooler &tew.Coolerseining Suwannee it.seU. his career In entertainment has Thumpers-which literally cover Our '11 ''yea.r old Billy! a r .10.
Day' Morse-Teny-Thomas-PatrickO'Neal seems to be a Another new asset to the com also had experience in commercial the ground on Odlund's Island went along alas After Mamma ':

lost art In those parts, or munity Is Boyi Heath, resident joshing' and guiding, points at this season. had caught a few Billy I came -- r.._. --- aI ......
perhaps the coolers( delicious manager! of Suwannee Shores, out\! that Suwannee is a veritable We remembered them well over and asked me to tell ......
variety of'white-meat1' turtles) who has the voice of aU. S. fisherman's! paradise, with\ from 20() years ago.,, Mama to 'be quiet when she

i 0 have all been caught. Senator! the courtliness of 'a something for everyone, since It seems that Thumpers have caught a fish t didn't have ,..
Southern Colonel, and the appearance fresh water fishing is availableIn ......
On last weekend's pirerlmase the same general idea as our much control and this being a I, .
r our hosts at Suwannee Shores of a Shakespearean actor the liver, and salt water fishing notorious "Love Bugs". They first (trip, ,.I was going to let ,atG :. JVrw
Subdivision booked us into Su of another era. In fact, he in the Gulf. (More than 170 are always seen in pairs but her catah-em and holler all she p n'
was In the entertainment field different species of fish are aren't airborne
hoppers could.- '
wannee Lodge a tree-shaded,
..when New York tecameTun; City" 'wster-sfu r'ounded fishing camp for many years before falling available in the area including like our little lovers. Thumpershug Well,, when a !good fresh fish OOO BTU - 99.00 sow
under the spell of Suwannee. that king of sportsfUh-tarpon. ,
with cottages at the deadend of the grouncF-and you can'ttake supper costa you $23, you better no*
y PANAVISr( N 5*METROCOtOR' the highway, with Just a few In spite of his many duties Suwannee is also a :blyd-watCh a step on Odlund'i Island establish! the value in someway

canals and marshes ,between It 'overseeing a 240-lot development ers paradise, with majestic Bald without breaking up a tom other than eating It wasa 8,000 BTU - .. 166.00E500 .
and the open Guff. I (more than half of It al Eagles still Wasting. along fie a.nce.I good day.. weather was good I ,. W' .

WEDNESDAY,1'IiURSDAY. 28, 29I The new', owners of this delightful ready sold) he Inds time for Suwannee, and other'rartyDeaauch I Sitting on the end! of a / sea was. calm .and ,we are
spot-Dewey and BetV such extra: : rlclllal" activities as the 'giant blue er-beaten dock .and ready to go again sometime } BTU194.50 1!\
Wade-are one ot the nicest as frying to obtain/ a< fire.truck hero\.t\\! ,..,,# .imWml.19.n! !l o I -, things that's, happened to' Su for Suwannee which now has Water and( air pollution, smog Gulf of Mexico, It seems MEETING TIME

wannee Demory Hill) !in the no fire protection, with consequent I and !other manmade nuisances sible that the same state could Sept. 3- County Farm Bureau OOO BTU 27750: ,AI:,
20 ..
last 20 year, '. (Hailing from Dublin >lgh Insurance rates. are something Suwanaee won't offer two such different ways of officers and directors will M r .

Oa., they took over the picturesque Suwannee Shores is owned by have to worry about for many life as Odlund's Island and the be in Gainesville for a'District
but( then :neglected) Mahlon McKinney, Jr., Cross years to come. There isn't a alabaster ,,palaces of Miami meeting to discuss programs 29750):

...where. tti. end of World Warn began camp in March and' I have I City banker and large Dixie major Industry within 100 miles Beach, where I was exposed to and policies Dot the coming 2iOOO;; BTU------ =;
?! ., ... launched a .11ve-year Improvement County property owner The original up and down the coast. the: Republican National Convention year .Bradford County has .
COLUMBIA PICTURES Pmwtt A DINO DE LAURENT1IS PRODUCTION program that is already plan) was to restrict construction And Granny Odlund hasn't t; X'ist: two< weeks ago, attended this annual meeting! .IV*.
well under wa,.. Neither one had to permanent collages, changed much either Li spite of the deer files-and for several years and the meetIng No Down Payment ItI

*., H03CTT MITCHUMPANAVISIOfT. .IIIID. any experience !in work of this but due to public demand, Mr. f When we left her Island domain I Georgia Thumpers, I'll fetal Od. I has proven profitable to

TECHNICOLOR type, !but on previous visits to McKinney has opened the de I,, 20 years ago she said good- lund's Island County programs. i IMIY ,
the area they fell in love with i Sept. 10 Bradford-Union .
Suwannee ,and. ,both gave up - Cattlemena' Association will AS LOW PER. ;;;
well-payla and comparatively hold their monthly meeting at $ 1 ,

"qlv Jobs to take on the herci; > he ranch of Sheriff John AS 'MONTH :.:
lean task of running a successful : : Whitehead In Union County. "IxA..
camp and tourist stop, complete The Sheriff even with this not

with restaurant behig election ,year, will be Limited Supply -- Hurry: 'While : qT
With closer thanO"llIe.vUe..aa entertaining.*" Allocation
3,01 Drive-In no r parmen :
: ; m'les'! away v'th a Rood beef barbecue a"d 'They Last Compare and>
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and any type of labor equally P' this will be. supplemented with i i'til t ,,

hard to get Dewey acts up at the necessary trlmmtr s. Where You Save :
5. a. m..to face an 18-houu day 'e'lt hope to Dave the Executive!: Buy V
SHOW BEGINS AT SUNDOWN of chores running from mowing a } Vce! -Prealdent of our State I
ADMISSION : Adults 'Y5e Student. 60e' his five-acre island to dressing y v: .Association to preent.n =

Children Under 12 Free fish for star 'feoarders.B ward This tvpe m-etina SLADE ;
who''": hwld bthe one to
ttv. had done
never a.ttractJ
THURS.[ FRI.;SAT. AUG. 22 23- 24.. ,fxi cinklrur. except for her Sim-, 10ft per cent attendance! J

Double Feature Program fly, handles the restaurant with Sept. 9 Planning meeting* GAS AND APPLIANCES
philosophy rA with committee to set
"" the slmrl. that if up ac
: tivity
home-cooking to good enough). programs observing:: '
It's.not' who you con..it's ''w' fhowyou rl' for' her family: it should I beDon't Farm Bureau Week scheduled t 3.12: W.. Madison Phone 961-7701 :
I ; for. the week beginning ,.
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The Secret WarD'DtARRV i Advertised Prices .!' :..-

Total coat of contract Is '

.,. Dhat'RBALFAnCrb. Get Bullington i first'' To Renovate, Ni
I before y l
1 1 4
F ;
Oar .1
rigs are
yon payments
J. B. Bullington proprietor of Bulllngton'sStudio Several .other merchants are considering; ,. .

A UNIVERSAL PICTUR TECHWCOLO. .leas from', ''with 98 to the f In same per month,down and Gin Shop ''on West CaU Street 1 Is redecorating the front'*' of their businesses, r .. .

PLUS payment and number of congratulated by Roy Burnham chairman of Burnham says.Rulllnfton ., .

month to .*,.. *' per omt the'' Bradford County Retail Merchants Committee won the Chamber ., Commerce fY
tank' .neJ... Ne hidden for being the first to redecorate the August Bradford Improvement Award for the
g fjiArVfAN I Char *..TL, top manatee J IA
MURRAY lINn represented. I front of Din business with the aluminum siding/ decortintJob.. )'

r BE'(: : of Fashion, Inc. of St. Petersburg;.
DON R. OVERHEAD Waitress Training (daytime :
I '. .. i TentativeVoTech Center adult). ,. ',Ati 1 .
.M M gTROCOtOR. '. .

SUN., MON.\ TUES. AUG. 25 26, '27 Does< ,It! i "Course Offerings Announced; Training.Lineman and Cableman rl ...

RECOMMENDED FOR MATURE The Owners 'J ,.,;:; -.1" -ou_ < Distributive Education (Re ..
Classes win 'begin at the pounced at .a Later aaoe. taU sad Wholesale Bales Training
ADMISSION; 75c Dad I.and rad- I' Bndlord-Union: Area VocatlonBlTachnical Vo-tech center. tentative offerIngs I ). i i.t ..

Driver/ The Trucks .I' Center as soon as are: Other on demand. M ., ... .. i .
ALI> .SIZES ON possible! after the beginning of VOCATIONAL I GENERAL EDUCATION FOR I sincerely appreciate the confidence you have placed in :

a?+ DISPLAYAB' I the regular school term on September TECHNICAL CLASSES I ADULTS I +J- W .

t. l 10 -'12 WIDES I ( 3, Director Ted Oglesby. Diversified automcchanjcs.! Business English.Engliih. me as your'City Councilman from Croup 3. You have I :
'a .. ....
IK BATHS announced Wednesday Outboard and Small Engine '' !ff. .
,, AND EXPANDABLES If Interested In any of the Repair. Elementary Education returned me':t "this office unopposed and for this Im :
I classes listed .below, prospective Farm Machinery and Equipment General Math. 1 I. .

t I LflKE}( GENEVA students the VoCatlonal are requested-Techalcal:!! to Outer phone I II I II Shorthand Repair.and Typing (Vocational American General Education.,.History.Americanism deeply, I grateful, I will continue to work, for the betterment :.

t' I I office, 964-6130.: and give name, t tI ). Vs. Commun
MOBILE: HOME I address, ttlephlne number and Bookkeeping and Office Ma ism.' of community and will)) serve f iihfuUyh nest :
a nrl k'a title cf course, that would be of chine Operat'on.' !
Miry r + particular interest I Radio and TV Repair. Science American Government. I ly, and to'the best-of my ability '
SALESOne Students will be notified when I II Appliance herring (includingair ,
W Business Math.
I classes begin. conditioning) '
PLUS mile S.E. Keystone I Santa Fe Junior' College extension Cooking 'and Baking:(tor'res Home Economl (specific

Heights, on Route 100. I courses to .be offered at the I taurant. employment' > .ana.- Eo'be determined. by student Afr'N' NEIL TUCKER :
t vo-tech center in Starke will begin Peace Officer Training. needs). i
'Dr. Terror's Galley of. Horror'r *OPEN SUNDAYS 1 Oct. 1. Classes that are I I Data Proce-ulni!! (Including Other lasses, will be offered I II .I l :"tPd.I( Pol. Adv.1')'
Phone; : :
: 47.Vt.120: I scheduled for Starke and the Keypunch. on c1C'm\ll4.! =

registration dates will be aa- I If Wold1n a ..... w y i r

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T I nult for divorce liatf be... fII.dagntnt a Dafault, JudKinent. will,' betaksn
aeat in September 10 EZERASEPAPEU. .
ell the ,
the M.lief
:w -mon !'a stay In Birmingham I Wiggins; Set to MImeo :Paper Bond yon -as Df..nda.nt by aaalnut In you the for Complaint' I
-i election. lIe Is not expected .. John H Mottwmln as Plulntlff* demanded shall
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Ala. where she : be able to campaign however. F.perr" : -!' 4ek. .k-.: '-FlltowutiradfttM In I the above vtyled Court and and thereafter said. Cause I'"
with cousins. Mr. and Mrs. J. Realtors OBUHB and you are required. to proceed Kx!: Parl
HAMPTON Kllgore. She i For Surgery The chairman Is opposed by: Co.i>iy Telegraph. file your defenim or Annwer to Wit ne"" .my. luuid, and .u&i bf
V. Centerv1lt' the Complaint an. filed therein aid. Court thU 20 day of AUVUMt. "..
with relatives In : Yi/Wallace: I former councilman and bond ,.I *Th. rirrnlt"''r >ar( Of I Klorl-. with the Clerk of the Clnult 1988. at /Starke.: Florida.
:tBy.Mr*. MalT Wllliami Mrs. Hazel Salter and Sandy I Friday A.M. trustee Ewell Lawson. ilii. BlKhtli Juill. <..... Clrvult, In Court In and for Bradford. (SliAL.)
And For Hrndfanl County County Courthouse. /Htarka: A. nrhy. Clerk.
Youngblood left last Mondayfor a.' .. HNU Florida. and .nerve a ...py C'harlx EIghth Judicial:
'' ('Poll Shows JOHN H. MiSWAIN Plain. thereof upon raid Plaintiff. Circuit Court.
picking' One
after Council
ciiitcu NEWS Alabama and I?p. City Chairman tiff. v., LU<7Y F, M1-8WAIN. attorney, Lex Or.132.134 N. CI'"n'ti'd' Bradford County,
JoAnn. up they visited a num.I Wiggins/ Uscheduled! to have Defendant Court Street P. O Box 1200( In '.
Christian) Ci.U.ch Rev, ber of well known' places including I I George{/Wallace swept I surgttjr Friday. Aug. 23, at 8 with or without carbon fiat- TOL.UOY P. McAW AIN. Stvrke. Florida 82091, on or l"Iridafly: Hulah M Moody ., -

Cad: Clarke. / Rock CIty' and Lookout1' ,Me field inkn unofficial a', nf. for removal of a kidney. Bradford* ;)'.,.Telegraph.. 'Wtimia&LUfl.LvLws.c/o COX' 'i'Taflr VI1I .B O8M8! ,,before the lath day of Sept. j I DeilU.ty (;1...... ;.iirirt4EMENT
Sunday School: 10:00: a. m., to Chairman suffered a Ph 964-6303... 1U68.; and ,If you fall to do 110
Mountain before returning straw ballot taken at a Wiggins Youare..hereby notified that .
Morning Worship 11:00 a. Hampton. Also during her the Clay. kidney stone attack on Mon. -
meeting ot
m. Evening Worship -7:30: P. stay JoAnn attended a WVOK I Jlradfwrd. .Itealtors Association I nay. Aixr. 12. and was takento

m.Hajnpton; Baptist Church Concert held at the Municipal held,recently in a : the Bradford County Hos C WOltit I FISH FRY
Auditorium in Birmingham.Last pitai. Ic; had been 13 years
StarkfetBeataiurant.! t .
Re*. Melvin Harriet
week Mrs. Sylvia Cox since Wiggins had been bothered '
Sunday School10:00 a. m With t : SATURDAY AUGUST
of Orange Park ;spent one day with kidney.trouble .accordIng : ,
Mdrntng Worship. 11.00: a. m ; the vote was: '
visiting with friends in Hamp Il to his family. '
Training Union 8:30: p. m. ton. Sherry Norman returned Wallai-e'l 8j'l! George A.Smathers The council chairman, who Of f All Types. 4 P. M. .. Bradford Fairgrounds
Evtnlng Worship7:30: m ("! Ronald .
p. .
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home with her and spent s v. I i has served 10 years 'on the > '
Wednesday night prayer ser eral days. Reagan, 1 ; Richard Al. I city board was transferred to J tt PATIOS -. ; ,,* DRIVE-WAYS"" Adults $1.00 -- Children 75c
vlc'p Power Nlght.-7:30: p. m. Wendy Hill left Tuesday to ''Nixon 1 ; Undecided, 1. St. Vincent's Hospital In Jacksonville -I

with choir practice ,'following return to the campus' of Chip- 0 Democratic: hopefuls Fast PulseClerk \ last Friday, Aug IS, -SL4B; .LL.g IJ.j.! .. Sponsored by Bradford Roping Club .
the< service. ,
ola Junior College In Hubert H. Humphreyand :
undergo tests after x-rays
Ifursmg Home Service in na ,where she will be Senator McCarthy Merrill Edwards kids kidney stones were present. Call For,Free Estimates A Pony Will Be Given Away ..
SLuice. Sunday afternoon I Councilman Nell Tucker by JokIngly I Following the Fish Fry '.
more this fall. As a member of
... failed to
.. score. According to h1.s'son.. Gene .
2:4pm.: : The Student Government Asso- the feeling Tucker's, pulse as ,.., .Phon 964705a .- : '' '"
Those attending Wiggins! doctors in Jackson- y ; .
The Christian Church spo jjjhtlpn.! Wendy returned two included .A. J. the councilman nervously waited ville found kidney has deteriorated Aw > Show Sat.
meeting one Every Night
sored .a most successful sklj Zlifi early in order to assist
in* )arty last Tuesday nigh the new .students with their re Thomas, Sr. and Sen. for the qualifying deadline to the point that it JOE W AtgERnorse

in Lake Butler! with 41 part gtstratlon: on Thursday. All and ,(,Mrs. Charley E. Tuesday at city hall. Tucker Is not functioning/ and the decision I 7:00P.M.

cip,.0ng in the fun. Those i wfi) ,,members of the SGA will re- Johns, of Starke; Thomas sweated It out but ended up was made Wednesday to :

served;) as chaperones. fdr}, tte clster on Wednesday. Accompanying V. Duck, of Lawtey; without opposition for his second remove: It.Wiggins LICENSED CONTRACTOR The Public Is Cordially Invited
YOw people were Rev and Wendy to the college James' II L: McEachern, has qualified for reelection -I "'738-N."Plne'Street.. :

Mr*j_Cart Clarke: Mr. and i were her parents Mr. and Keystone Heights: ; Joseph ; two-year term. ,, to. his I Group. 1 "coonI r ., ,. .. ... ...._e.... -. '" -. I

Mi's' Markalee Norman; Mrs Mrs. D. E. Hill, and her sister E. Neff, Green ; ': I I ,"

Matfaret Crawtord; and Mr. Debbie. During the sum rive Springs; Evalena'

an Ev r vone had a good Ume and.. for the Department. of,Fruit and D. Paulk
p14.! to go again sodti. ,, ,corps In McCarty Hall at the I } ..Emily :
TIe YWAs of thfe 1 Bij|$) I Oange.. Park. -
v:. of F. In Gainesville.! On ,
ChOnch met Monday night Vv Vrlday afternoon during a fro

abc;; present. The program" vt.h ...fu -away. party given by the

a itjtdy...of_ the. 'an8lj,1QA'' Caria, \ ffIceworkerand c .:_ the)head. ot the'D' J Ej.;; ;)ll1ls.._.....
Zone and Rhodesia. Tolldwin g the." department Dr.' A. H. Recent guests of Mr. and I

the .(meeting' mere WaaW Krezdorp! ; Wendy .was presei\l l'4rt.; Wallace Collins were his '
prls,. golng-aw&y":party"M ed' wjthi aloyely-:: gift bracelet,, slsfcr! ;nMrs,,.Anna Gluey and NEW MOBILE HOMES. Chic- TYPEWRITERS: s Manual or

hon r of Wendy Hill' who left. Visiting Ronnie:'Dyal this son Michael; and his niece and If:you: find your,,name among! ,the Classified l Ads, kasha 20' x 24' WIde. Btiddy- El ectric. For sale or rent. -
Tuesday( for college*VThost enJoylBg weekend was Ken Smith ot nenhewV' Beth and Thomas Col-- ClemsOn, Layton travel trail Bradford County; Telegraph. t
;. the get together A';fwere Leesburg. Ken and Ronnfe lint till from Alabama. come' to the Telegraph office and receive TWO ers, Liberty, Taylor, Azalea.

Llncte* Stone. Debbl Hicks were fellow counselors at R. Gail Saxon is now home Buy, sell, trade. Year bank financing

Nan$ Benckowsky Debbie A. camp this summer. at4reeflding( two weeks with FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- free set up and de George E. LaRue

and* :' \Vendy.J131anct* Mrs .Alan Birt. eon( of, Mr. .and he| .na graitdporents, Mr. and Theatre Passes in. livery. BUCKEYE TRAILER 1
Chatlee Hicks. Mrs. E. L. Birt and Randy Mrs.. A. G. Pope, In Eau Gallle.I MART. INC.' 6912 Blandlng.Jax. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto .

CITY COUNCIL MEETS Hicks. son of Mr. and Mrs.,;C, Warren and Larry Jacks left 771-a776. ttehg Fire Homeowners

Tlje.'jfular""jn eetlng ,of the R., .Hicks.- left Monday for: a: ,Sunday for. their home in Memphis HASTINGS MATTRESS FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration USED VACUUM clexnan reconditioned ''LIFE & ACCIDENT

city'qouncIj' was hekIOti:Tuesday o week's ,.stay at ,Trinity Youth .Tenn. after spending six 1.& UPHOLSTERY WORKS I Service. Home and $15 up. 10 differentname Keystone Height. ,473-4602
InitfhC Aarf/v: ll ..with all Camp. TYC Is a non-prpfl*,:weeks withJtfteir grandparents, CLASSIFIED; ) RATES 710 Lemon St. _Palatka I Commercial. Phone 473-3090 brand to choose from. ,

offloers and councilmen pre. eummer camp owned and operated Mr. and MrftV'P," H. Lott. Up to 15 word ____- las Furniture Repaired P. O Box 19, Keystone. tfchg Parts .A: excellent repairs aM .
sent; There: was no, old busl- by the Trinity Baptist Glen ,McRae ,of Tampa is (Minimum charge) Upholstered &: Refinished makes. KIR3T SALE3S A WANTED,, USED gas cook
!nesa ;Jo be..carried ;.over! .from Church of Jacksonville of visiting his aunt, Mary: Jane I MATTRESSES REBUILT THANK YOU NOTES'Beautifully SERVICE 712 N. :Main. Galnevai *- stve or electric, refrigerators:: GUARANTEED Quality Watkins -
the previous meeting Two yepreeEtttives which Dr. Bob Gray formerlyof Jone and"family and his uncles Each word over 15 .07 New Innersprlngs engraved in gold or 876-7110. tfcb beds dinette sets bedroom Products'For free delivery -
of the 'companyof Hampton Is. pastor. The Willard and Glen Thomas and Box Springs silver. $1.25 for box of 25, Including sets. sofas and chairs. Phone phone 964li094.ttchg:

Sappa'iTree-, t Surgeons/ Pete camp ts.. located on Hillcrest and their I families. Extra charge If not Drop U. A Card or Call envelopes. Bradford DID YOU KNOW It's easy to 964-7923 Pahmers tfchg
and. Hosenplay." lake Frank''and Dot Brown and paid In advance __ .33 County Telegraph. tf -- BUY-: SELLTRADE
SapiJ were In Clay County near Keystone ALATKA EA 5-9184 own a Longchamp Home? :\
present,* and presented a plan Heights.$ ,- daughters of Winter Haven MRS. PEGGY 8HALLEB INSURANCE Better built for P?>rda liv TYPEWRITERS: Manual or BILL POWELLT

for trimming and removing Mr. and Mrs. Wes Griffin recently spent the' weekend with his\' Memorial, Resolutions I 249 E. Adktnn St.StmrId AT REDUCED RATES ing. Your plan or ours Llectrto. For sale or rent. Beat EStateAircondItioned

dea4 Jftnbs and trees" In order celebrated their 21 wedding :mother, MV8.:'. T. F. Brown., Also I I 7 cents Agent AUTO, FIRE, BOAT YOur> lot or ours. Contact Bu- Bradford County Telegraph.
to correct,a' situation"that has anniversary and were visiting Mrs. Brown this per word DOYLE B. CONNER ford Mitchell, phone concrete block

plagyed the. city' for, some ?honored ,at a reception held week were her granddaughter, FOR, SALE or rent-1-bed- IN8URAN1CH AGENCYtfehg" 6853. P. O. Box 238, Used Mowcra Push or Ride hornet' paved street -beau..
yeau; the.,council approvedthe at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. W. Walter and son CARDS OF THANKS room brick home, alr-condi- 984-1' We Trade We RepairFIRESTONE tifully landscaped. and fenced

tplan as ,. ,.pre nted. Thewor&.i'whlch Jack Green on Lake Santa Fe Bobby; and her son and daugh-- CO words or less __ 8.00 tloned and central, heat, fine I -1650 .... ttf of Improved firing -
will require two Phyllis. [ Griffin assisted Mrs. ter-in-law: Mr. and Mrs. Gor. location 323 N. Walnut St. Free Pick Up Service area.- $400 Down, approximately *

weeftsYtA 'complete. has already Green in. serving the lovely don Weest all of Miami. The Each word 'over 50 __ .07 $130 per month, available August PUMPSNEW I JIMMY MOORE'S i In City $75.00 per month.

begun! tiered cake and punch. Enjoy occasion for the gathering was 25, call Gainesville 376- AND USEDSALESPARTSSERVICE SUN SPORTS I Phone 964-7502 % INTERESTTWO
I $100 DOWN 6%
T&ejfRegistration: books are ing the celebration wlttuM). Mrs. Brown's birthday. 9&66' 8tchg 8/29 tf HOMES AVAILABLE
'and Mrs. Griffin : $. Clark Dyal of Winter park TOWN' MOORE BOAT FOR I
nowio en .HJO'1'tIe's{ Store and were. f
Deep & Shallow Wells You don't have to be a vet to
will"remain\ open until Aug. 31. Mel Hamel and granddaughterSusan returned home Sunday with Lakeside Home YOUR MONEY
Water Softeners & USKD FURNITURE: buy these newly reconditioned
Filters ,
If ; Nathan Green Mr. Ken Smith of Leesburg for a Starka Ph. 6615791SERVICE
yctI-'pe) not' registered, you ; mmfflpl
; 2 V. A. homes.
and Mrs. Charles [visit with his parents' Mr.i and Expert Service On
are "urged to rto so before this Hie\&. a\d .
I flglpck- 3 >bedrooms -
date) Sthtfwtse-y u will not family: and" Mr. an *JbM [MM. Berton..-Dyal. ;Clar>uj i has, ''III" $9.150'0\ 4'wilI-' All Makes : SPECIAI/! *. UPHOLSTERING .:- ? '*'*" .-.

be ajjle.to, vote In the city's John Green and daughter spent the entire summer with Phone 961-7061 Ski Tile ..____ ..___ $305.00 FENNELL'SBARGAIN We } VA-FIIA t' specialists.
; All it candidates In- Susan. f his, grandmother, Mrs. Alma S. E. McKay Realtor ,DURRANCE PUMP New Model Engines arriving See an for quick move-In All
us ;
teret,4; In runhlng for city Saturday evening the Pon. Dyal and his uncle the Horace Keystone freights AND SUPPLY CO. every day. CENTER qualifying( done In our office.
office In the .Sept. 12 electionare Hill family was dinner guests "D a1' .family. He plans to at- 1/ Mi. So. 301 Starke
of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Mend, BHS In the fall. 473-4816 PAYROLL ENVELOPES.
;Reminded* that they must DJPbg FOR SALE-.BRICK HOUSE FOR RENT!: TV sets, baby I
have their petition *in by the and family. After. delicious Mr. and Mrs Ronnie Long/ HEADLIGHTS ADJUSTED ready for occupancy. 3 bedroom beds. electric guitars and amplifiers WANTED {Someone to ;workin with, without carbon flat.-.
Aug 31 deadline- !- steak supper held outside, 'the have recently moved Into their Bradford County Telegraph.
; These petition I% bath. ZXicatcd just
$2.00 per vehicle state appro- ,. refrigerators by day nursery >during church Hours.
may 'be secured from D. group enoyed fresh boiled pear,., new home on < highway j 301. ved Weaver Inspection Equip- outside of city limits in week or month. Phone 964- Phone 964-6490. tfchg SEVERAL GOOD USED Add.
E. Hill.: The nuts. .The Tha house ,was previously I
together ,
positions that .Jo Plnebreeze.
are Easy mortthJy! tfcbgFOR '
ment. See George Ricks. 314 7923. Dahmers Ing :.Machines, for sale eleo
to lie filled hi thtf honor of Debbie; Hills Jljjflj owned by Stanley Thomas..Phyllis .
upcoming : mile north of Starke on 301. NEW terms. Longchamp! Const Co. LEGAL FORMS. Bradford tries; subtraction, credit bal
election are: Mayor Clerk birthday. .: Meng daughter: of Come out at your convenienceor Contact BI.fOi.d Mltcbtell. RENT Atr-eondltloned: County Telegraph. Ph. anc& Bradford County Telegraph -
MarhaJ] and\ three: city coun- Sherry Sasser and her moth Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng recently call for appointment. pone 864-6853, P. U. Box furnished efficiency apart- 964-6305. tt!
cilman. er., Marcell%, of Sylvania, Da. ; i a-eturned home after Guaranteed. Ph. 964-S184 838 Starke. tV-It" ment. Renner Apts. 633 McMahon -
PERSONALS | spent last Wednesday with the two month's In Sandusky Ohio DoItYourselfSEAMLESS St. Ph. 964-6279 tfchg FOR SALE-3 bedroom, 1 bath, FOR "sALE By Owner.
M s., ,Betty ttay% s' and her George Kennan family.Mr. where she stayed with her uncle tfchg MEN WANTED Laundry: concrete blockhouse Large corner Modern, '3 bdrm. block house

sister. Mrs Eunice Morris and ., and Mrs. Albert ,Birt a.ruL.aunt, Dr. and Mrs. AIR CONDITIONER Clos -Out workers Kitchen aids, labor ALUMINUM: PRODUCTS lot. Located 1027 Butler Rd. close in town, plus 30 x 30
their friends Paul Vasques. While in Ohio Sale ers, cottage parents watchi- ,Awnings. Patios Cabanas ILl 500 Ph. 964-5887 8tpU-9-13
dau4h er. Kathy, : spent last find Mr. and Mrs. -20.000\ BTU $277.50, Slade blk. tydgf:: on location. Ph.
week visiting! rclktlves in Gear.Ilia. Willie Stinson ''all pf St, Petej- she worked In an amusement Gas & .Appliances Itchg i man. cooks and clerks groundh Carport, Boatsheda, Utility I 964-5J74. Starke. tfch
'Amon those they visitedwer4 burg/ visited with Mrs. Maggie park., CederPoint.. During her I keeper truck driver. Five Bjjgri. ;,1n.taHedl AH Florida FORD AIR CONDITIONER For ,

their,: sisfe/?. .,Mra.tR. P. Birt and the Gene Blrts this stay, Phyllis also visited other ELEC''Rll.'ALUHK:' VAl FLOORING day week, eight hour day.: I Mobile Homes, Keystone Hts. I' sale 1-2 priced. Dahmers Discount FOR RETrt?-Three room furnished -
FutriU of Sylvested k and Mrs. weekend. relatives. types. Reasonable. ome btrickHn. : : State retirement vacations.! Ph. 473-4178 tfchg House. ItchR apartment. :Alr-'condlloned -

R. If. Patterson of Tifton. .Mr. and Mrs. ,Floyd Smith Friends .of Mrs. Ralelgn 44BI.( Keystone or 47J-4528.Hts, Phone 473 \ sick leave.If Interested, please WAITRESS WANTED ApplyIn AIR CONDITIONER Close-Out automates gas beat.

JoAnn Sfltet..bqs.; > ..tep': ,IUy) I and ,daughters of Gainesville (Sue) Brannen will be /glad to Ztrflgl ': : : apply In person. Personnel' person B it Q Truck Stop. Sale-12.500 BTU 19450. Slade Across from, high school and
retutned to Hampton after a 'were Sunday dinner guests of know she is doing nicely after HOUSEKEEPER '. BABYSITTER : \\VE. :"M' I\Kc\ : : Manager. Sunland Train-! U. S. 301 South. tfchgA. Gas & Appliance. ltchg elementary school. 414. W.

undergoing minor surgery In : Work sevemor: eight hourson Ing Center Gainesville, Fla Wachington. Call Waldo 488-

: Attention owners-eft small.businesses I the Alachua General Hospitalin Tuesday.:-..call 9647741.J tt ; tfchg J. Thomas Realtor, General WILL TAKE CARE of childrenIn 883. 2tp-8-23
: ,Gainesville! on Monday. KEY$ Real Estate and Appraising my home, dally or weekly.
: ,!1and Mrs. Errol Baun WANTED-3 men and 3 Vortien' MAMA PRIEST Nursery fbr' Estates Corporations and Call 964-7462. Itp Drag line, coster, .DOCK noe.
Hpy% ,Would. these bills and family of, Somersworth. N, for Mobile!} home and Home Improvement '.. '." School now accepting reser- Individual Owners. 30 Years Experience and front end loader work. fn.
Be vations.Ages 3 t.hru 5. Phone \ ADD MACHINE ROLLS 9M-6U10 alter 6 p. m. cutton:
: iiAid : If' you were H.; have returned home after Sales. Cabanas; car In Florida Land Mat
: spending.! ,.twq weeks with his ports patio awnings, screen,: .enclosure NTED..Lot or small acreage 964-1254. 6tchg.829 ters.\ 205 N. Temple Ave., Tel. File' Folders, complete line of Polk. 3tpd-8-22 :
.disabled .
? Telegraph
tomorrow Mr. near Storie or Hampton. Frank tier luppli.-
pareJnfs.; and Mrs. MatthewL. (Utility Will train.
Baun Hampton Lake. Call for appointment: Aluminum Stemk.'.Jr., Rt. I, Box 6iA, Bun- MEN WANTED-Men cottage 984-5701. TF ChI MIMEO STENCILS and Ink. :
(__} Salaries (__) on AIR CONDITIONER CloseO'utSale12.5oo Duplicating machine and ::
Light ( ?) Water : here, the younger All. Florida Mobile SALE-2 Walker puppies
(..) Rent (. ) Heatg <,,) Telephone ( 295' month BTU 16600. Slade supplies. Bradford County 1 j
.. : ) Taxec Home. 73-4178' pay $ promotion
Baurta enjoyed a day at ifchi 9 Bind 11 months; 16 turkeys. 8 Itch .
t -==- '- MOTEL !ROOMS for rent, very Gas & Appliances. !? T.legrarh.
opportunities and::! regular Increases

Marlneland.. Mat'ard ducks. Phone 7823200or
Nationwide! ."can'see.that} you get the cash you need :f luck and Sally," McGee and FOR SALEi-14 If 6'In. Seatury low 6905.weekly Underwood rate.Motel.Phone 964- in pay. hour day 7 2-3737. ftp OLD COINS: -Bought, sold, and CLOSING OUT all Motorola color t

-i.when you need ,it* Nationwide has a Business faggly of San Jose. Calif were I runabout 40. hp. 'Evirudedec.. 2tchg 8-22 5 ,day,week, sick leave vacations -.. appraised at Quigley's Museum '!'V at large discount( prices.ilailmer's .
trio starter:electric pushbutton ,. state retirement. :If In- BtC PENS. Bull Point Refills
Protector Plan that makes sure your expenses are surprise guests of Mr. and 1-5,p. m. every Saturday. Discount House. :
shift generator Murray tilt ED'S WELDING ; ,All .terested. please apply in per .t- Bradford County Tele. 2chg-8.29 :
taken care of If you'redisabled I8.ndcah't work._ Na-. ,Mt* Delmar Williamson last types 4tcng-a-29
tionwide's 'Business Protector Plan "Tuesday. The McGee family trailer, used very little; perfect welding and repairs; porch rails son Personnel Manager, Sun- Kraptt.
can provide
up condition. Phone 4733022. Key- land Training Center, Gaines !IFOR SALE-Spinet Piano In WANTED USED WRINGER i
& custom made. 5 ml.
visiting relatives Ocala posts,
of$1,000 per month, with maximum. of 80 per cent and.. traveled on to Hampton stone Heights. tfch? nest on 16, turn right, 1 block rifle Fla. 3tchg-9-12 DRESS MAKING Alterationsand :good condition.: 127 LafayetteSt. washer: Will pay cash or taken .
fixed business '
allowable. Mrs.
expense Benefits start \.Speciality Sewing. or call 964-5951 after 3 p. mtfchir. trade on anything Dahmers
aftef 14 or 30'days, as you select] and continuSupj (&100k for the Williamsons.Ttey RUBBER STAMPS and on 964-6489 Crawford Rd. Phone 4tchg9.5FOR 964.7145 COOK WANTED: Must be ex Effie CVosby\' phone 964-6308 Dteount House. tchg
to 15 months. I all thoroughly enjoyedthe' Padlt.Br1idford County Tele perienced. Good salary. ApplyIn Westmcd'eland Trailer Park. 1
much too short visit. rraph. Ph 90..- s05. 1 4tp 9-5 FILING CABINETS Type FOR RENT-Furnished apartment
SALE-2 BR frame house person-Longhorn Restaurant -
\' .
ClIne today for more details about Nationwide's Among those from Hampton furnished\ one mile tf/chu ..writer Stands, Desk, Chain Living room, bedroom
acre one
Easiness attending the /gospel sing at the LOSTWhite female Persiancat. HOUSE VFOR SALE 3 bed -
Protector Plan: west of Lawtey, SR225. Phone Safe Bradford ConntjTMerraph. kitchen and dinette. 331 Clark
,Graham Baptist Church last Reward. Call 473-4195. 782-302. ltpd-8-22 AIR CONDITIONER CloseOutSale rooms, 2\ baths and Florida St. Mrs. D L. Silcox. Itchg
'" Saturday night were Mr. and ltchg 5.000 BTU $99.00 Slade room. CeiVral; heat, corner lot.
: Mrs. Wes Griffin and Phil; WANTED- Experienced. double Gas and ,Appliances. Itchg Phone 964 4871 3tp -9-15 I AIR CONDITIONER Close.Out FOR RENT-Furnished farm

E Mr. and Mrs., Jack Green and o TilE KEY TO : entry bookkeeper. Must do pro- Sale-24.000 BTU $297.50. Slade house off 301 North. For information -
Nathan; Mr. and Mrs. John Gracious fessional typing, minimum 50 RUBBER STAMPS and Space Fey a Horse or Two Gas It Appliances ltchg call 964-6937 tfChg

BILL POWELL Green and Susan; and Mr. Living. WPM. no errors and take short Pads.Bradford County; Tele- Frame two \,bed room dwelling
;. and Mrs. William Carter and -=" Town HouseAPARTMENTS hand at 80 WPM. Applicationsmust graph. Ph. 9648305. with mod?. n conveniences I FOR SALE-INew 3 bedroom 2 FOR SALE-House and five
:' Phone 964-6464 'Lisa. paved road. Cnit of Town and a bath brick home on East Call acres land with 40 pecan bearIng .
\ indicate. previous experience -
.! 404 W.Madison St. ..Mr. and Mrs. Lynn HallSSP'e "I : employment. 'Salary $400 STRAYED I black and white real bargain lor 500000. A. J.' Street. 100 x 300 F*. lot, duct trees. On Florida Power It
? steer. Owner may claim and pay Thomas. Real fair. Tel. 964-5701. heat. MotpoinO kitchen appli- Light; air-conditioned. Ideal location -
:: Starke, Fla.NaUonwtde'1Iutual. :; \! recently had their son Buford Mitchell per month. Send resume to {for keep and ad. Call 964-5172 ances. Beautiful new floor that on Bessent Road. Reason
CUBB. Drawer
daughter-in-law Mr. and 970. Starke Fla. SEWING MACtINE Cleaned.
4tp-9-12 never needs waxing. Will con ably priced. Call Gene Shaw,
t Mrs. John L. Hall and family: Phones This is an equal opportunity oiled and adjusted In your
I sider smaUhouee In trade.
& of ..MUwaikee; ) ,. Wise spend 96I-B833 964.67CO employer, Itchst FOR RENT-Furnished 2-BR home $3.00. Val, lUm cleaner repairs WHrTEHEAD BROS. Phone 964- 3tchg-9-5
their two weeks vacation with' house. Desirable location. Phone also' All -work guaranteed. FOR
EZERASE TYPEWRITER 6312. tfchg SALE-.1964 50 X 10 ft. 2
The Man from Nationwide Is on Your Side them. W $9' ))here the families HOUSEKEEPER P.4PEU Mlmeo Paper. Bond 964-6560 alter 5 J). m. M. A. Dennis E. COglr/'J\\s, Rt. 1, Box BR Champioj\ Trailer. Small
just visited and spent one day WANTED Payne. tfchg 81. Ralfopd. *tp-9-12 '
I LEGAL toniVtS = Bradford
: r- in Hampton area. Colored 'or Paper, Notebook Fillers. : : equity: and assume payments'1 of
.Tacksoijyi'Je, white. Good pay permanent po Bradford County Telegraph.1NFANTICIPATING WHITE ELEPHANT Garage FOR SALE- B\} house nice 'County Telegraph. Ph., 136.65. Call 9647499. Itp
Those who celebrating
are a sition. References required. Can Sale-West side Swan Lake. Rd. neighborhood can \irt, etc. $500 964-6303.
,,birthday |Uit ..week are David 488-1581. t/chg 3210. August 27-28-39. Bama down. Phone 664-S8' tm. tfchg FOR SALE-1967 Homette 12'x-
Stone. MryT; F. Brown Her. A new arrival? We have anticipated Boyd. .. FOR SA.LE-40 tip electric start 50' 'Mobile Home, excellent con-
man Bowers and Alan Bowers FOR SALE-Purebred: German all your needs in Dresses. Jtpd COCKTAIL WAITR. S3 Waited Mercuryi. motor, 14-ft.; Borom d'tlon.! Two bedrooms large living -

iRHppy Birthday to all of you. Shepherd puppies $30. No papers Lingerie and Sportswear. EXPECTANTLY FOR SALE-1964 Honda "Trail -Mattox Long Brldi,93 Club ;100. boat tilt trailer, all excellent room and kitchen Completely .

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Jack: Miller. Phone 475- YOURS 706 W. 55." good condition; also new 4 miles east of Lake\ Butten-on condition. Phone 7823205.Itchg furnished Ph. 964-7854.

1 Go. placidly amid thenoise 2518 ltchg University. Gainesville Itch? crash helmet with bubble shield State Road 100. ltp 1tp
Fire Insurance Co. and haste and remember 'Both fop $100. Ph. 473-4362. '
Nationwide Life Insurance Co. what peace there may be in FOR SALE-.3 .bedroom houseon TWO BEDROOM house on 1 Keystone Hqrts 2tchsr-8-29 I FOR' SALE 1962 DocIle 440. 2 FOR RENT Unfurnished i KINGSLEY LAKE:r For 'rent-' .

,. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. silence. As far as possible 1 acre lot; 150 ft. frontageon acre. Pecan trees. school;;:; bus dr. HT. Alr-condlUonnd; PS to house. 3 bedrooms living room,, Furnished cottage, 3 rooms

Home Office: Columbus Ohio without purrender, be on good Hwy. 100. 1% miles from I at corner. $500 down. $7,000 LABEL MAKERS from PB R & H. WW Tfr(,... 54.000 dining room. kitchen. Contact; and bath. Available Aug. thru
terms with all persons. j ,Keystone Heights. Phone 473- mortgage. Low monthly pay. $9.85- Bradford County; Tell! I miles, clean. Phone 964 -&V8 after Mrs. D. L. Silcox. 331 Clark St. June. Adults Phone 533-2054.

4321. G. C. Payne ltp ments. Pb. 9646240. tlchg graph. Ph. 964-6303. .5 p- m. or weekends.* U; Phone 964-7797 : :UchgI : lrs. Bence. it' 8-22

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THURSDAY.-?; AUG. 22 1968 f1n1Tlvv" rn1TN'l'Y. TPR.nnnpw "Irrawstve nrmmif r ..Section! One Pate ft*<*

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( will 'hav *' better( Jhaa usual attendance .
Parents Urged To Register t 1 wltlj. the ,trteeUng\ ,, bet -
No/ More Coofer Stew Your .
I Coi
With AgenfFbr "
: :
ty ) .
Children For Kindergarten I \' d ,. ,, $ Ihgt Organlz4 Just fO doN mnes> I like away'our -Farm--"v:.ti "

I '. Buteau aril Cattleman's AAsoc.latton -
Residents of Bradford County ends. But transportation will be 1! + the past week we hare tdi+ ber 13. meili a lot to us in,,car* -
are urged to register children furnished both td( and from' had) an Invasion of beefle-llke t.' 14-Annual meet'n': of AsJ-ioultur 1 ,''prograniM.1'1153'- "

eligible for kindergarten at tho school ard lunch win 'toe>'serve. Odlund's Island Revisited insects that ,do no particular. thin| .Bradford County Farm: arc good to us and' we enjoy.tuwofrklnr ., .
school nearest (them with the served. harm, but they are a, rea'tla. Buvefcu. Annual reports and : wife' ) them anrttnlo. 'M'

exception of Starve: Elementary Children are eTtsr'Mo !,r It'n- I Mcp.. They .art,.not acting as pfelty j ''ot fried Bradford County .and i in an:'way. we-;' eon.al's.
as soon as .posil'sle. dergarten who wiltbs five 7'IY'S! I. ttfeir should because they usu- chicken'should attract. more. .
For" the! first tame: Bradford old c.i: rr before" January 1, 1169. ': Tweatjr' years ago I got':/ MY By Gme Matthew_ I ( Drat; crevcukr: and: first taste When we returned last Sunday feed at night. They arelnVeryunusual ; 3-Farm Bureau meet ; NOW'.m
County are making It Birth certificates<< health: |i 61 ''coolerstow. on Odlund'a Is. afternoon she was still in the I fe-ym ."
rY4 rU' places because you ing. Involving about 10 Coun-( Oiil's blue: luita;'teqlllrec
possible! for all eLjible\ children: : !I Ito crt.'jcntet arc required. < ha, land wb3ithe!; ; Suwanacc a kitchen! with a .sheet cf newspaper nor ally would no''ftrid"them ties,, to discuss programs and for Middle SifeJtool' and Bradford Y J".
h-ijs;) a klnderjartei: e\perl- registration. I Diver empties itito the CUlI of tucked around her waistto
roiimt..a. place like'out brand! '"solution! to present at the available'eC"
School.{ ar :!
Maclco.! serve as an apron, t&ese ,
be f Agriculture BuUdJuB. They State Meeting. Bradford County -
"I1! will. hwr' .the flat-tcp') and new-fangled disposable paper are| mostly' found UJH' dead wlll host this meeting and Eagle's.Parents: are encourased'?, ......
I PAYROLL ENVELOPES, lowing; I aft ot.*. I0_;.of two decades :1 Igot dresses don',t have.. a. thing. .on Mulcti under shrubbery ,base again' will feature fried chicken. to 'iuy suits |la .little large .iii. -

with or without! carbon) flat September 10? 19fifr aale. of -V Mtnltmtbtt' for another Mrs Odlund. .ot older' buildings, wood pUBs ., flavor-fed to satisfy any.b9d3'a theft may be I worn more than /"|w
Bradford County Telegraph. I Pane: Gum I taMte ,,of tooter 8t..w. Ore of the more inspiring! and! piles of trash. Have never\ taste. one year Price '$5:. Tennis '

B':j Blanks Cond'tlons. and I 'What an Invitation came from splits around Suwannee control Is 76- Wean them to do any damageto Oct. 27-Farm Bureau State shoes.Npreferslbly, white or, taty1"colojr .< ::
at the
year-old Granny,
Specifications may be obtained Suwannee Shores.-a new land plants or lawns. They are Coriventlon to be held in Day- .
TO BII from the iState'Pjrenasing! OJmmis ; development in that neck of the cf her putooord-powered skill, supposed to.; feed on other Insects ton*. Beach. Bradford County I are alsa\\ required. '
= BY 'cn, Will'am'D.' BDoxhirnBulld'ng. woods-to mend a,. weekend chugging! to the mainland twice and decaying 'matter. ; 'vxao ,
STATE PURCHASING! : '. Room U2. Calhonn ; \nnvadii ,?'he old haunts, the urge s A 'a day' on Sundays for services Their appearance and touch ----.
: COMMISSION Street. Tallahassee Florida I wasIrresUtable.' :I accepted with MF sI .nt the little Suit Creek- Baptist will| cause.,, the ladles to jump
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA The Ccmm'sslon' '! "'reserves the I thanks. (:h'Jfch.'The skiff may be loaded and maybe: speak before think SLADEr! : .:

Competitive Sealed B'dit! will r.jht: to rejoct any or all blds.Exerutive I' T*>w that. I've been there with! Other members of,the toga a"They i :
received ,by the State be'l I thankful., family, but Granny Is always at .
Director again I'm even more have prominent forc pat '
:ing Commission, u-tl! 11:00: I, Al J. Day I There's nothlntr in Florida Pr'mtJl; thp controls as she Is with: all the- tall end that may be ::::
on the date shown for the fol- 8.22-2t-8-29 quite l lake this still untouched M ofir' affairs o.i Odlrod's! Island.' from a,' half to three quarters AIR/ CONDITIONER
paradise at the mcuth of the This! particular Sunday Qran- Incl tons., These forceps look ,
Sjvratinee River. ny didn't have to worry about like!) Pinchers: or crab claws. ,....
r Tbanr'' heaven, nothing much being late for evening services They are not known to sting

has' ehanwd. excentthe- name. I ,She had the preacher' out for woman, boy or, ......
FLORIDA THEATRE or I bite>> man 1 I Ij'I rte)
For,soWfr"":unknown-: reason the Sunday dinner and he wall still girls Don't know why but I ..,..,
settlementofDemory Hill : !In the kitchen-dlning room whenwe
little they are called EARWIGS. -
..rtlro*-- Woekda,r 7 Sunday 3:00. Saturday I the jumplng-off place wbee: y.fl'V y. arrived for cur afternoon OUrl excessive and heavy rains I r r :=.rn111 \
yeu embark for Odlund's Island; visit. Oranny's skiff was his are probably driving Inert'
FRIDAY, SATURDAY AUGUST 23 only of getting back"tO)
2f means
.''j_M' now officially known as from their normal places. /
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Double Feature, Program Suwannee--but It's still Do r a'P' church. If, you want to treat alar* a I r.
mory. Hill to me, and always tainting with pride to Jir after sidewalk! around base of dooror -
JUt; (1 swamp cabbage, pre. .. ,
win be. Chlordam. 'I \>
wood idle use
i Greatest Surfing .!served .'gs,' and various vegetables ..
t But to go back 20 years (don'twe Remember. and follow all pre- '
Film Ever' wish we co,,'d?)-the flat- from her home garden. cautions. AWvu
Granny told of plans for putting I ...,,"
top wasn't acquired Demon GOOD EATING .
,JU Made on two big d'nners In the near -
JIETUN85 Hill. You couldn't get a haircut About elf: weeks ago I bought
futitre for civic and social or
THEN ON.. there In those days and you feeds my, wife a gallon of paint. She 1 ', .
NETVANa "THE still can't now.Since I was headed ganizations. She also never could get it. open so I twr.
lets IRE.. for) a couple of weeks in the those who come to stay on the stayed' home) four days !last .
Tarpon, as well as mon than' 170 other \orletles of fresh andsalt island in rustic quarters called ; .
with I Pew
back In )
wit'ernem ( 1948) week and used U1J)1; ) Had an -
WW water fish abound at Suwannee. This 115 pound specimen L I I "the clubhouse" just a stone's ., r*
no particular destination in extra day so I fulfilled a ". \ .... --
caught Monday morning/ .Alok Cox on a 25-pound test line, ", .... \
ENDLESS / throw (or rather a biscuit'swhiff .. ,...,, ---
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mind, I stopped at a small barber using a 68M11 Mlrrolure. Cox (left) landed the huge! flan after. promise 1 had been makingfor t m shop enroute to get a trim 35' minutes during which the Tarpon made 12 Jump. This was ) from Granny's kitchen. 23 years t TOOK HER :,..'!:.i..i"-----------... ,. .*
that would last a while. Ana Co,,'. seventh over-160 pound Tarpon of the current season. Alright t: "I'd show you around my garden FISHING. Didn't have any 1m: il-fJ"I8IIla-r," : ;; -I Mr**
,flAN Cocoa SUMMER"SUN. luckiest I of I but you can't '-get out there ""--';;- '.. = .' I .. .-.
AElEASFD I It was the stop ever is Dewey Wade, new proprietor Suwannee Lodge. equipment so we went, where <-,, "S" .i I I .. .
BY Alll ED ARTISTS now for the deer flies Granny -
talkative barber' .
made. recommended -
they' furnish everything .r !3a'v; 'I' nmitiiiiiiirt
good enough for customers.And velopment to mobile' homes and I 1 I said. ._
Odlund's Island @ '
as a you out about 30 or 35 .. m i -
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it is. She fries turtle lots selling like
a mean are now proverbial '
., MON!\ TUES. AUG. 25, 26, 27 quiet place to take a rest. And hotcakea. Another pest that "bugs her miles. It, was the wrong day :! I'J =- =E S AOlIt
and her hushpupples are ---=
he was so rI ht. gardeners the huge "hopper- for 0 red snapper but a: varietyof !!i 1 iii: = ==_ -::::=:.. c:::::: === :::= = I .. .*
far out of this as :
Mem/ CuUwyn Mayer)' presents An Everett freeman Pmluclion It's still a quiet place-but as Itself. I I Mr. Heath who. in addition to locally nicknamed Georgia others made it pretty interesting '. ===:::= -===-=== -=----=--::::;::::;:;;:: -=-:;;::! ..
there's more cooler blew. Suwannee his career in entertainment has Thumpers.-which literally cover 'ea1' ".!" .. = = -=--- ...
no old .
Our 16 Billy = .
Doris ) ,t.-., .h :... ::= = :::.- =--=-=- ;::;:-"'-'"
Day'Robert Morse-Terry-Thomas-PatrickCyNeal Cooler-seining seems to be a Another new asset to the com also had experience in commercial the ground on Odlund's Island went along also. After Mamma ."n"... ,'"''''. :! =- == ===-,-'=== _= -==-= _.-4".
lost art in those parts, or munity Is Boy1 Heath, resident J ihlng and guiding, points at this season. had caught'a ,few, Billy came !..:!I.m ,. =- === ===-=====--":'!=:! ......
perhaps the coolers (a delicious, manager! of Suwannee Shores I out 'that Suwannee Is a'veritable We remembered them wet over and asked me to tell '-x, m.t ::!i..u. :: = === == === =
variety of' white-meat1\ turtles) who has the voice of aU. S. fisherman's paradise, with! from 20 years ago.: Mama to be quiet when she 'mi! : :!r E E' S@ 3 ::

have all been caught.On !Senator. the courtliness of
Southern Colonel and the fresh water fishing! Is available : H -
last weekend's pngrlmage ap the same general Idea as our much control and this being a I '; =- .rw.sift
pearance of a Shakespearean actor in the liver, and salt water fishing notorious "Love Bugs". They; to let '
I. our hosts at Suwannee Shores first trip. :I was going I Joeone
of another In fact, he in the Gulf. (More than 170
Subdivision booked us into Su era. are always seen In pairs, but her catoh-em and holler all she
was in the entertainment field different species of fish are the aren't airborne r
wannee Lodge. a treeshaded.owaterauM" could.
...wheaDlewYohkbticalne"FunCity" for many years before falling available in the area including 5,000 BTU$99.00$ "
unded fishing camp : like our little lovers. Thumpers Well when a. good fresh fish
with cottages at the deadend of under the spell o Suwannee.In I that king of sportsfish-tarpon. hug the ''Q'l'ound-and' you can'ttake supper coats you $25 you better ,4Ono

PANnNSt( FI iSdMETRQCOljOR'. the highway, 'with Just a few spite of his many duties Suwannee is also a bird-: watch a step on Odlund's Island establish! the value 1n some
canals and marshes between It overseeing a 240-lot develop ers paradise with majestic Bald without breaking up a ram way other than eating. It was 8,000 BTU - 166.00 ;

and the open Gulf.The ment (more than half of It already Eagles still nesting along fie ance. a good day,, weather was good\ ; .,;
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AUG. 28, 29 new'owners of this de. sold) he finds time for Suwannee and other rare Sitting on the end of a sea was calm, and we are
lightfU spo'b-D wey and Bet- such extra-curricular: activitiesas types, such as the 'giant blue er-beaten dock:,and ready:!': to BO again sometime 12,500) BTUw4.0 :..4-i
''I I T Wade-are one ot the nicest frying to obtain] .. fir?.truck herow..D9&_ !:eAh\...A psychedelia sun et. weath'l' durin*
) things that's, happened toSu- for Suwannee, which now has Water and i air pollution smog Gulf of Mexico, it seems 'MEETING TIME
wannee (Demon: Hill) in the no fire protection, with consequent and :other manmade nuisancesare sible that the same state could Sept. 3County Farm Bureau BTU ... 277.50'i :
last 20 years. (Hailing from DublIn ..lgh Insurance rates. something Suwannee won't' offer two such different ways o.' officers and directors will 20,000 - ;

Oa, they took over the picturesque Suwannee Shores is owned by have to worry about for many life as Odlund'a Island and the be In Gainesville for a'District'

(but; then neglected) Mahlon McKinney Jr., Cross years to come. There isn't a alabaster ,palaces of Miami meeting to discuss programsand i'oo BIU297.5(): ;aw:

I ...where. the end of World War II. b.gaml camp in March and have City banker and large Dixie major Industry within 100 miles Beach ''Where I was exposed to policies> for the coming ;
.. .
." o. launched a, five-year 'Improvement County property owner. The original up and down the coast. the. Republican National Con- year. ,Bradford County has' y
COLUMBIA PICTURES Prisms A DINO KIAURENT1IS PRODUCTIONs program! that is already plan was to restrict con And Granny Odlund hasn't vention test >two weeks ago.: attended this annual meetingfor

3a03 EMT 1 TCHUJI..IIIIC" well under way, Neither one had I struction to permanent cottages: I changed much either 1.1 spite of the deer files and several :years and the meetIng No Down Payment;
.f any experience In work of this but due to public demand, Mr. When we left her island domain Georgia Thumpers I'll take. Od- has proven profitable to
L PANATOON-. TECHNICOLOR- [ J type but on previous visits to. : McKinney has opened the de-,, 20 years ago she said good- lund's Island. County programs' I
the area they' fell in love with Sept. 10 Bradford-Union
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Sitwannea! .and both gave up Cattlemen Association will AS LOW 510 PER, ;
well-paying' comparatively hold their monthly meeting at ;
1I8V: lobs to take on the herci". 'he, ranch of Sheriff John AS MONTH. :r
lean taste -of running a successful Whitehead In Union County .Ia, ,..
camp and tcurist stop com- The Sheriff even with this not

piece with restaurant. being' election ,year will be Limited Supply -- Hurry.'While '
3,01 Drive-In With no repairmen! closer than ntertainlniz.! hi> A'soc'aUon :
(O"lne..vlle. : m'les!' away- v'th' a Rood beef barbecue a-d Last Compare and
They ,
and any type of labor equally this will be,, supplemented with ,.;

hard to' get. Dewey sets up at -I Ml the nrcessary: trlmmlrgs. I. You Save :
5- a_ m. to face an 18-hour day "'It hope to .have the Executive/ BuyWhere ..
SHOW BEGINS AT, SUNDOWN of chores ranting! from mowing V'ee-Pre!' ldent of our State :.1
ADMISSION : Adults '75e, Student 60c hIs five-acre island to dressing Association to present an .-

Children Under 12 Free fish for star
&ttv. who' ,had never done should'\ bthe one t to attract
THURS.. FRI.'SAT. AUG. 22 23: 21,' 10O. per cent attendance.! .. i
PIT? conking: except for her family :
Double Feature Program handles the restaurant with r Sept. 9 Planning meeting" GAS AND APPLIANCES
the nlmrli that if s with committee to set
philosophy! r up ac :
honM-coeking .to good- enmigb i' ___ .I 1 IIUII.sias tivity programs observing: '
It's'not who you con./V'sT: SBqiv you cfo it! for her family it should 'be Farm Bureau Week scheduled 332: W., Madison Phone 964-7701 :
I tori. the ,.
I week beginning
II I Sep", .
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PAUL &1j itIEwINF Don't Be :.

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The Secret UJarof' Uy .Advertise Prices .


I what Total you coat actually of contract pay., Get I* Bullington/ Fir.s'f'To- RenovateJ. k ." 'I

F th. ''KKAL,?.FACTS. before. ; I jt r :
you sign. Dor payments are
R. Bulllngton( proprietor of Bulllngton's Several I other merchants are considering' u.
I .
from 98to fltt month ,
A UNIVERSAL PICTUR -TECHNICOLOR* .. lea* with the, SUM per down Studio and Gift Shop 'ron West Call Street is redecorating the fronts of their Dullnesses. : ,- .

PLUS payment; and number of congratulated by Roy Burnham chairman ot Burnham says. \ :

month to pwy. par omt the' Bradford County Retail Merchants CornBullingtan won the Chamber of Commerce nl .. .
THEfSHARPESTSECRETAGEAT OF THEM ALL .bank, flnandn' .:Ne hiddencharge .
Award for the
for first to redecorate the August/ Bradford Improvement
mittee being the
MGMs.rsrrirsIn *..Tea,> top mannfaolnrera J : : ./
represented. front of his business with the aluminum siding decorating job. .

,, 1 M OOMU(: Mf I I! Hof,I Fashions, Inc. of St. Petersburg- I ..

I LOW I '... .
OVERHEADDoe.It Waitress Training (daytime .
1 .
Tentative yo-Tech Center
40. .
MITOCOIOR ,. adult) .
Lineman and Cableman .

SUN., MON.! TUES. AUG. 25. 2627'' I I Course \Offerings Announced Training.' ".: ..
.Thelt ( j i Distributive Education (Re. .
RECOMMENDED FOR MATURE I W1Ient I "'Classes2"win "begin" at the nounced at a later date. tall and Wholesale Bales! Train-

ADMISSION 75cPLUS Dad .anourad- Bradford-Unlo.i: Area Vocation Vo-tech center tentative offerIngs Ing).
Drive,I'The Truck al-Technlcal Center as soon as are: demand.' .
:ALL SIZES ONDISPLAY I possible after the beginning of VOCATIONAL'ANDTECHNICAL GENERAL Other on EDUCATION FOR I sincerely appreciate the'confidence you have placed in ,

I the regular' school term on September CLASSES ADULTS ,""w

8-10 -12 WIDES 3. Director Ted Oglesby. Diversified automechanlcs. Business English me as your'City Councilman from Group 3. You have
\ IVi BATHS announced Wednesday Outboard and Small Engine English. I fl. .. .... ,

AND EXPANDABLES I classes If Interested listed: below In ,any prospective of the Repair.Farm Machinery and Equip Elementary General Math.Education returned me" f fcTthis office unopposed and for this I'm :

LAKEGENEVA) + '' i students Vocational-Technical are requested: to Csnter phonethe : I ment Shorthand Repair and Typing (Vocational I American General Education.History deeply I grateful,"' I will continue to work, for the betterment ,

office, 964-6150, and give name I ). f
Vs. Communism.
MOBILE' HOME I address, telephlne! number and Bookkeeping! and Office' Ma- '! of ourcommunity and will serve; faithfully;:honeet;
Kfl title cf course' thnt wculd be of chine Operat'on.: :

particular Interest. Radio and TV Repair, Science American Government. I ly, and; to the best-of .
SALESOne Students will be notified when I Appliance Serving' (Includingair Business Math. Fyablhty.
i i classes begin. conditioning). I
mile S.E. Keystone I Santa Fe Junior College extension : Cooking' and Baking (!lor'rea-I Home Economics (specific .

Height on Route 100. lI courses to be offered at the taurant employment>.,. 1 area tobe determined. by student .' -iil'H'' j NEIL TUCKERiil'H
vo-tech center in Starke will begin Peace Officer Training. needs).
'Dr. Terror's Galley of Horror' -OPEN SUNDAYSPhone' 47.14320: Oct. 1. Classes that ore ,Data Proccwlprf (Including Other clashes will be offeredon III > < Ail' Adv.)

scheduled fur Stai'ka and the Keypunch. dl"mf\Ad..
registration dates will be an-1, Welding. .. -==: --
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w' quire: a nnlllage Increase of alxs! Plus and;I Forfeiture "Fund, said necessary and unjustifiable," fund' la the smallest in the Json",to the case load :In Unionto F. M. Reaves and Robert ,Reaves, serving, in
: Sheriff's Budget tenths of one mill to '? a>sheriff Reddish could hire twi vlalnes said.Sheriff's state-, Maines said telling. the the four other counties men County Buys$ the Army in Vietnam; and two.
sheriff: his $24.786, ilvetio lew deputies and put one 01 employees receivedpay :Appeals Board that Sheriff tioned. Futch said he could Burial HeldIn brothers. Henry) and Arthur
The attorney also ]. S.301 he would pay for him increases In 1967.68 and Whltehead'a department hand !give no reason for the higher .', Keystone'Francis Reaves, both of Jacksonville.
Board of Appeals the sheriff for the past several years, led only 33 per cent of the case load In Union: and that he ?few Grader Funeral services were hero at
I Decision Pending should not be given more than self.Yawn said nobody ,was, accus- Mains said Union County ''case' load, or 168 did not have specific figures. M Reaves, 51. of 2 p. m. Thursday in Jones Memorial
.w .he $103,644 compromise flgurile ng the sheriff of acting in bat Salary of sheriff'a' deputies Is cases, in,..the- past year. The prison Futch said, contributes : ,t. ,'* Jacksonville died Tuesday In the Chapel with Edward We-
JContinued offered the Board Augoist 7 :alth; 111 fact( everyone li lot related to nor dependent Commission Chairman Elton greatly to the Union (Continued From Page: : One] Veterans Hospital at Lake City I land of Jehovah Witnesses (offi
M From Page One1 rhcugh that amount Is $10,001 please<< wind, the sheriff's per onn those of the Florida Taylor explaining the $8,000 sheriff's load. after a short Illness. Bon in elating Interment was In the
- quested $24.780 morel' In two ess than originally requester :.ormanse:: the judge repeated. Highway Patrol, Maines said, increase the Board approved, Maines questioned Futch's remaining Columbia, S. C. on May 20, ]917. Keystone Heights Cemetery with
Yawn also told the but is comparable to like coun- said raise\,were allowed for DeWitt C. Junes Funeral HomeIn .
J areas-Increased personnel and jy the sheriff the offer Indicate Judge statement about me prisor I he was an accountant a veteran .
: equipment for a third shift and .at is what Reddish really, need 3oardr of Appeals. that "yearl) ties. Mains contended Union 'h.tw'' deputies, secretary. In January 1971. The'' new'ma !of World War n, and a member charge of arrangements.
.". snlnrv raises for ;present per .0 operate, Yawn contended utom6t.o'duget increases" ar..nanda oimty is comparable: to Liber- Jailer and,the new deputy at toad asking if every prisoner-; chine also has a guaranteedtradein .of Jehovah Witnesses.
: tonne). In only ,three of the post sev, gry, -: /, Lafayette, Flagler, and Oilir'jir ;.,j per month. $800 was In- !defendant in the last term of value five Surviving are his wife: Ellen FILING CABINETS. Type
r Sullivan said $0.000 is needed n years has the amount budgetd "IttslDrUUa* government ti, ""Dr the 2,000-man prison :luded for increased car ex Circuit Court did not plead yearsf Reaves, of Jacksonville: two writer Stands Desk. Chair.
: for a new deputy to put .the in the .Fine and Forfeltur reverse titupurrent trend an population is subtracted. penses. Taylor ,Mid,., but' no Tuilty. Futch said! he could no' use daughters, Mrs Frances Raby, Safes. Bradford County
- county sheriff's office on a 24 "and been received. Yawn said \mrt.u'its"\ : means," yaw. Both Union deputies are pal funds were allowed for a. new ecall any that did not plead Keystone Heights: ; and Ardis Telegraph.:' 4
2 hour schedule Presently it is While "cash register justice' concluded.The more than those in the f ju: car. .
all Jacksonville
Tullty, but that he was not CLASP ENVELOPES; Jane Reaves ;
:necessary to get a deputy out I not.being carried out in Brad Bradford: hearing cor.. Counties used to compare Assistant State's Attorney ilzet. Bradford Count. Tele three! sons,, John and James SIGNS all kinds. Metal at
.M bed after 12:30: a, m. at night. >r Coucity the fines and forfel-: slimed slightly over 45 minute! Malnes aadd.ni : Mack Futch told the A"n-alloard :resent at all times. : 'Reaves, both of Jacksonville, Cardboard -, The Telegraph.
: Sullivan said. An additional radio jres turned in by defendant: kind was Jar more brief tha tine and forefelture "there la no com!aro graph -
- operator for the 12:30: ( a :s an income factor to be co* previous ones The Appeal;
: m. shift Is also needed, as wel dered, he said. c 3oard began hearl.lgs at 8:3:
m, aa a matron to care for -womei) Government costs: now re< ittI0 'i. m, and had one still to 8
prisoners! ns required under r, : per celt: of the.US gross no' when the Bradford case wavI
Ww law, the sheriff's: attorne onal product. Yawn said Nc 1 I oncluded J last ,before 5 n. in.
Buld. '>111 atlon has survived long wheV' I, The Union'.,and Seminole COIMIty TERWI'LLEGARMOTORS.
Salary increases for, tlt f J: ,reached 35 per cent, a level hearing: fir instance ran .
)persen0) personel totaling '((5t: !'ie United States Is rapidly ap- over two hours each
;'is also included in the shorff\, \ Caching the judge said. Thei. ntire County Commlssl.
.,request for J1H3.148/ Sulliva! The Commission living up went'-t"Tallahassee Monday
"Said. Thab includes $.">0 pel o its obligation to the citizens The sheriff 'was accompaned by
;,*honth raises for the six pre. Bradford County; the five} ,his chief dQpgtyDolph Reddish
,ent deputies, $35 per month\)lo. 11.0.S II cent the Commission has 'his bookkeeper! Mrs. Marlal 1968
" 'two, jallers $25 per month fo' 'j ranted the sheriff Is'all $tbQ 1'rnican.[/ and Sullivan. RoaiR. (105e-Out On All New
4wo office secretaries, and I" loard fels it can afford, Yawd eman E. Jones and:! : i
"'Per 'week for the cook at ,tnc* paid! .. '. \ !riagraph reporter complete!
,Jail. .U Bradford's population is stale urn Brnanro cont'ngent.
'Sheriff's' deputies work a minimum the county is not Importingrime Members .of the three-ma1
of 60 hcurs and up to 72 he said. Appeals Board were Herb BPIII-
'hours per week Sullivan saict.- .,'Judge Yawn twice coniratu-! I deputy attorney general; B, J. : :
: Sullivan also detailed ., i1P.Ol. ated Sheriff Reddish on the way Mawm.\ ner, assistant comptrol CARS AND
?.J.,n ,increases in var u IS gpeJ\{ !ic.hos operated his,off Ice. He lerrfliftid' lloyd! Hagaman. administrative FORD TRUCKSi
atonal' and equipmenUfex'such & )LWles i mphaslzed to the Appeal ,assistant to th'Governor.
: as uniforms for new ped I Board that Sheriff Reddish has ,
'Boniiel, additional car expensetor '!!- im an efficient a.id! effective
'; the third shift, food for th lepartment and that the ,,Com i
:jail,-increased utilities, etc. H nlsslon is satisfied with the Union.Sheriff f fi
'also said $4,075 more is includes sheriff performance. :
"in the W13.148 reqiest! :for "oth "While we' have good law en-:' Ride Wltll A WI !
,ier administrative expenses' foremen the Board feels five Appeals i Budget line,
'which.. he did not detail. er cent is all it can afford
:The increases Sullivan llslei 'ow." Yawn said -
totaled $24.786, over $20,0X( In the informal rebuttal: IIi.. Continuejl, from Pete One
,.jnoje than the increase thi owed by the Appeals Boar&
Commission has okayed. :ulllvt! : said he resented the to them.
:,?:Judge Yawn, representing! the den that the sher! should rIll< 'Madlgan'c'gave, statistics 'Intended .
Commission In a brief .sum- elve no more thin: his comriP! to u how that Union's No.1 In Sales Of Cars And Trucks 1.11
":..t\at'\ ', ''said the' sheriff is re.jQUObtlng nse! $103.644 figure.:! Thu1; situation Is not comparable to
. ; a 25 per cent Incrtase mount was offered with the Lafayette, Liberty! or Flagler
'over his current budget. !lear knowledge that the sheriff Counties which the Commission .
MBEradford County's aporoxi-, vould give up his additonal, apparently had comparedto
i mate anticipated revenue is epnty and radio operator and the salaries of deputies in
,:$500000, Yawn said, pointing he idea: of a 24-hour operation;; Union County, Madlgan said .
.out that the sheriff's $113.148 re Sullivan said. Union County has a population And Bradford County '
''quest is 18-plus per cent of the The sheriff's attorney, answering -I of 6,043AMW and 7,000 is pro- Starke q .
,,total revenue_ picture. It will re Yawn's reference/ to thel. jected. tWo/WO./ :
, Liberty County has a population .".
, of only 3,100 now and (R. L. Polk Registration) "
projections.show it I F
losing population :
, by 1970, '! I .
HOME OF Mad'gan said. : .
KOCH'S Whitehead pointed out there T1 NEW 1968 FORD CARS AND TRUCKS I ,
are *major: highways in 1
Flagler County which has a LEFT GET YOURS TODAY WHILE '
sheriff's budget of $67,302 and' ) 3 5 I
Sick Room Home j ttirea.deputies. SELECTION IS STILL' GOOD!t ,
Sheriff: Whitehead told the I -
Comfort Supplies Appeals Board in Justifying

!his low fine and forefeiture ...,
SALE -- AND .- RENTALS collections,* Uiat"he iwu' "elect "
ed by the people as a sheriff '
WHEEL CI1AIRS BED FANS who would prevent crime, not
CRUTCHES INCONTINENTPANTS u a money making sheriff. I '
WALKERS IUlsU"8-! ;you I could put a depu-I
ty. on,: SR-100 and
CANES .URINALSCERVICAL l lines and forfeitures. I :51tr
Whitehead ,said that after 16 :
.5 rn,<. 4itiGscOLLARS ', ,. -t 4aM ipip, #>dnerut'* ,offica:,h?. :
., Is, '.'in a position know what

*You' Can Rely on Koch Drugs for .1'ag enforcement.:'necessary" for He,efficient advised ,law the I B X11 R

Precision, Quality and Service Commiwl'on' a year an increase -
:rwouldbs asked the
Z-Yotir Prescription Will Be Filled With Care at sheriff ;'said.Madlgan .- I.I.

KOCH'S DRUG STORE. Fresh, Potent DrugsAt and the sheriff also I
a Reasonable Price. Filled by Fla. Register. claimed;;that the Florida State

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., Our Main Concern. :May We Fill Your Next part :In Union County, makes ,
Prescription? additional +'work for the Union I,
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"' Open Daily 8 A. M. 7 P. M. I Presenting the Commlss1on'sl

Sunday! 10 A. M. 12 Noon side, Attorney Maine told the I
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of these
Increase over the current Every one
fiscal year The Commission I ;
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. At this time twenty-five years

ago the citizens. of Starke were t o'p I Cs ,
talking about the coming city
, election. The office of mayor '
two council seats, city marshalland 4ev ti'' I! r a By PAUL C. rORAKE* j f
city clerk offices were to .XdUor.- hforawUo Swvlcei
be filled.
L For the office of mayor five What happens to a person ing quits. Then the chest mus-
candidates qualified. First two when he gets drunk can well cles no longer receive the
to announce were James F. Hol- r'p be illustrated by the man who nerve signal which keeps them
lingsworth and W. N. (Bill)ICarnaalen. !goes up too high in an air- moving. The man stops breath-
Holllngsworth, 28, plane without the benefit of Ing and after a few minutes of
T/as serving as County Supervisor extra oxygen. this the cells of the heart fall!
of Registration and had First, its judgement becomes -and the man is dead.
been an employee of Canova's impaired. Judgement knowing This picture of what happens .
Pharmacy. when and why and how to to a man cut off from a normal .

Carnaslon 'was a partner in do one thing rather than an- supply of oxygen exactly
d ; pK ownership of the Park Theatre other in different conditions- parallels the symptoms whena

and campaigned on a platform depends on the highest brain person drinks more alcohol
r: of "promoting harmony betweenthe center. This center, the most than his body can take care of
city officials and Camp highly developed part of the at one time.Alcohol .
Blanding." human brain, is the most sen- acts directly on the
tf. D. Walnwrlght. Jr., who sitive to lack of oxygen. brain to disturb its ability to

had resigned as mayor in orderto +t Next, the man becomes unable work. But when alcohol reaches
reenllst In the army had re- to govern movement of his the brain tissue the resultis
cently been honorably: discharged muscles in a cooperative way. similar to what happens
and felt that he should ;;'I$ He may sway or wobble if he when that tissue is deprivedof
tries to walk His hands oxygen.
seek the office '''because he had may
not finished the term for which move awarkwardly; and not After a certain amount of alcohol -
he had been elected. Henry A. work together as a team. His reaches! the brain, the
Manassa. proprietor of the local tongue-and lips will stumble as persons Judgment becomes im
h Bawling Center, said he was so he tries to. say words he does paired. As more alcohol gets
I happy. In his adopted cty! that not commonly use. there he becomes unable to
he wanted to serve the city. This failure of teamwork by organize the' movements of different -
Charles A. Darby, who was the muscles grows more and muscles in teamwork.
not running again for the council more ,severe as the plane rises This muscle disharmony be-
after serving two years, had where there Is less and less comes greater as additional
not planned to run for mayor oxygen. The failure Is not due alcohol, reaches the brain. Finally -
but was "drafted" by his many to the shortage of oxygen supplied with still more alcohol
friends. He was a partner in to the muscle cells. But the man loses concslousness! ,

I I fewer Guns Mean Fewer Deaths A. M. Darby's store,, the' brain which directs the or- and, if under certain condi-
Five applicants offered for the gaiplzed 'systematic actions of tions enough added alcohol
two council seas: W. M. the, muscles, is not getting should reach his brain after he
Take a long: hard look. to own and .use guns at will. What (Mitch) Edwards 'had served enougr. he brain becomes poor- Is unconscious he may die.

Not a pretty sight, .is it? the Constitution actually says is for nine years on the city coun- Lat and poorer director as it gets Alcoholism afflicts 180,000
I The.young: man,,.. slumped in his not that at all. In the words of cil and campaigned on "Read lest oxygen. Its efficiency is Floridians If you are one of
train seat isn't sleeping.. the Second Amendment: "A well- the Record." The others were >t cut down.If these, or if you know someone
He's dead-killed by a 16yearold regulated Militia, being necessary W. E: Torode. Van H. Carden 'Two's Company --- Three's A Crowd the plane keeps on icing, who is, you are Invited to

sniper who said he fired ut to the security of a free state, the J. L, Silcox and L. A. Rennolds. the man will flnallly/ ,block out write today for free Information -

three Long Island Railroad trains right of the people to keep and Torode managed the Chevrolet that Is, he becomes uncon- and literature on Florida
business started by his lather FARMER'SWhat DIARYduring scious. Then the most highlydeveloped Alcoholic Rehabilitation Pro
: "just-for the whim of it. bear arms shall not be infringed. '
. had recently receiveda part of the brain gram
Arid yet there are those who Pro-gun forces, such as the NRA, '
medical discharge from the the part which'does ,the directing Just mall'
when you'vegot to
do you do the en tire operation, your request t
argue that stricter gun control tend to focus on the second half Seabees and +. .
had previously stops working.Of FARP.'a:
leak under Information Services
water not crack ,
a pipe and in fact, did even
laws are not necessary in the U. S. of this sentence, but U. S. courts worked at Camp Blanding. J.L. home and you live out in a smile. course If the plane continued BPIC'' 1147. Avon Park Fla.
We'll bet the three children of have stressed that the right to own Silcox (Jim) had managed the your the country where plumbers S S upward, even the brain 33)125.) ?

Vincent Maher would think differently and use firearms is firmly peg- local Coca-Cola plant for elgh- are'' practically non-exiatant? Again by way of explanation center which controls breath-

4t ged to state militia requirements.In ten years. :Rennolds was the The answer is simple: you eith- ho had a "trouble light" ". ,

.{.if I On his way to work, as an eleva-- contrast to lax U. S. gun con- fifth candidate. er fix it yourself or have your which would have been most Bradford FFA annual forestry awards for cash
tor operator i in Mn!!.nrattanthe/ trol, England, which counted only City Marshall A. L. Alvarez house washed away in a min helpful during the Job, but :tfthere's prizes totaling J3r 0.
? thirty murders by guntfire last who had served in that office flood. Sam didn't, Some 50
31-year-old father was hit\in the or one thing FPA chapters through -
I neck by a shot fired from a sawed- year, imposes an elaborate systemfor for more than twenty years was want to touch during it, it was Chapter Wins the state compete each year '
off rifle. The "wbim-shooter" licensing gun ownership and opposed by one of his police Complicating the problem an electric Ught which might for the St. Regis awards in for'
Ben who later with-
stood on a sandy embankment near registering all sales of guns and Holteendorf. was the fact that the "crawl have provided some much Cash AwardBradford entry, which, with its $1.25 billion -
drew. HolUendorf had been
on space" under our place is very needed illumination, but which ] annual volume Is Florida's
ammunition. French Italian and
railroad trestle- firing'forspurtat << By Sam McGarveythat
; the
I a ? force for six years. Carl
around 20 inches also have shorted out
low somewhere might largest
Industry next to
train' German laws are at least as strict, Chapter of the Fu- tourism/
Johns clerk .
the moving city was unopposedfor
and high, and that a good: and given Sam a shock which ture Farmers. of America has The Paper. company has pre-
, Spanish procedures/' even
This isn't an isolated incident. reelection. part of that t amount was covej&gj& I his battleytjt ', the leaky would have brought this sorry won a $50 cash award fromSt. sented some( $0,000 in cash to
Similara,tl'1I d LA ul>UJkery'r"lire'mOtlAlffi'' .i'ttiC' rf"1 41'I Jn' 41to-MPto app: oplf..m, own"1 :: dror lY; Y'f'' .* ,; &tM .,.... *Mll'Ut. It.4iiM-*'.. ''t-I ','b 1I ....wonBYI'oof >...-tale1"'"" terwvfry; 'ivwyunhappywconclusion "TteBlarpaiper c :.Tr6r: ; 'placing! -ti... :*," """'2'lorfda"F( A- chapterd""during"I'
'' ) i : re I the explanation, all of this may ekln-div-
day in all parts yi the country.- the pipe leaked the deeper especially ond in Its district in the state- the 10 years it has sponsored
Sometimes it isn't just! onevictim.. handguns, and in most of Russia, ment of $10,000 of theannual water got. sound funny to others, but It ing Sam, the subterranean wide forestry contest. pie forestry competition.
)private ownf ship of rifles and racetrack fund. So far in 1943 S e e in matter of record that poor
plumber. These
Sometimes it's: four ,or five, or Paul Hutchins, chapter advisor prizes are awarded to
the collected
county $23,000
six or seven. revolvers is punishable by as much So armed with a bucket full old Sam did not laugh once and 'vocational FFA chapters who do the best;
from the this fund which usually agriculture
two years' imprisonment.The oi supplies, :including spare job of
being aa: year-round forestry man-
At last count guns were total led $33.000. The fund wa i teacher at Bradford County
used in 6,500 murders each year low rate of murderbygunin divided equally .between the fittings, wrenches, pipe compound : High ''School, received the chap agement on their school forests.
in the United States. these countries is indisputable County Commission and the etc., Sam crawled into ter's check from 8t. Regis at the These school forests administered
the "pond" under the house by vocational arlculturedepartmenf
in ten evidence that deaths and injuries Florida vocational agricultureteachers'
They are also involved Board of Public Instruction. Although to the
hands and knees, laboratory
on serve as a -
suicides'a 2,600 from guns are lowest where there the revenue from the convention in Jacksonville
thousand \ & accidental place where a torrent of water in ,which .students learn
deaths ; 44,000 serious assaults are fewest guns. tracks had been drastically curtailed was pouring from a mixed up big recently such techniques as reforestation -

; 50,000 robberies, and 100- So far, no law proposed has because of the war the union of plastic copper and The Bradford Chapter is five ., conservation, fire suppression. -

000 non-fatal injuries. sought to take guns away from recently passed cigarette tax galvanized iron fittings. His: times a winner of one of the insect control, harvesting
Since the turn of the century, anyone except convicts kids, and was making up. the difference. first problem was that the bucket arid"Oayal stores management.

three-quarters of a million Americana crazy people, but in messages to Mayor L. A. Canova had asked of supplies floated craz'ly
have lost their lives to privately its members the NRA argues that the National Catholic Community around. and had to be tied
owned third againas new law would be just the down. In that connection, have
guns-a any Service to act as a kind
many as have been killed in all first step toward final confiscationof of clearing house for obtaining! you ever with tried hand to hold and a flashlight drivea

the wars of U. S. history. all private weapons. rental rooms and apartmentsin nail with one the other?
As summed up in a recent issueof And so Vincent Maher and some this area. The large numberof .

Newsweek : "The U S. is a nation 6,500 other Americans annuallypay soldiers at Camp Blanding The main problem he learn

.where children get toy guns the terrible price for this who had families who wantedto ed, was that a plastic fitting:
at the age of four, graduate to air "constitutional right" to own and be near them as long as possible which joined a metal fltt'ngwith

rifles at 12, and go right on yearn- use guns with little or no restric- made the shortage of accommodations the plastic hose leading! to ,tt 'r

ing for the prestige and power of critical. the heat pump was not !even

I real guns. It is a land where roadside tion.This in spite of the fact that Everyone for rent with,/was one asked or more to trying to be effective, and in L

signs are often pocked with Gallup polls dating back to 1937, fill rooms out a questionnaire. The effect, resembled a. miniature Kingslcy Lake Property Owner
bullets fired for sport from pass- show majorities of 75 per cent or V. S. O. tried to obtain rooms fountain. In trying to correct

ing cars, and psychopaths like more of the American people have for service men. this situation, Sam was con- On Blocks
of Camper
fronted with the problem Protests
Charles Whitman and Richard consistently favored stronger con- .
wrench in hand .
holding a one
Speck engage in wholesale slaughter. trols over the possession and use With Our Men In Service.
other hand,
wrench In the
country of firearms. Some of our "men in service" a Editor, Telegraph: responsibility to the citizens of
It is increasingly a and holding a flashing In the By LynB Hamilton, of Southern Marine
where guns have become the deadly How long will it take Congressto were young ladles. Miss Evelyn other hand he didn't have. As a property owner and permanent this county.
] means for settling disputes." learn that the NRA isn't speak Stump daughter of Postmasterand resident of Clay County. I have just completed a permanent
the residence at Kings/)) : OUTBOARD POWER you have to select a small,
I writing concerning
Led propaganda from the ing for a majority of the American Mrs. Fred F. Stump was morning he lab- am
by So Saturday witha
the latest in this area to join failure of the Clay County Zoning Lake on property which has Outboard power hit new lightweight boat. Not so,
National Rifle Association, many people? the service. She was inducted ored mightily, and after completing Board In carrying out Its been zoned residential. My heights when .Evlnrude Motors 100 hp giant. It can haul
Americans have assumed that It isn't speaking' either for Vin- into the WAVES at the celebration the Job as he thought, property is located in close unveiled its 115 hp, high per three skiers out of the water
they have a "constitutional right" cent Maher. at the George Washington emerged soaking wet and proximity to the J. F. Flynn formance X-115 at the New even though it's mounted on
Hotel In Jacksonville of the first turned on the water pump. But property which I understand has York Boat Show last January. a 20-foot cruiser.
7 Will Get
anniversary of the organization on going back to the subterranean been and is in litigation concerning When news like this appears Customer demand for) larger

We Should Make Our Own Decisions i Miss Stump had been. member job, he learned that the the owners' allure to In boating magazines and in boats with more comforts also
t of Bradford County High School leak was still; leaking and that Degrees.From abide by the regulations of the newspapers it's hard to recall helps explain the horsepower
he had the job to do all over County Zoning Board.A the days' ''of the" dependable Increase. Cruising enthusiasts

'G"" "wiATuvtir......."... .ftll....t:in... long dispute over Sheriff P. D. able"job"i watching;; our tax, dollars Keystone Heights was instrumental erty Involves a portable camp- horsepower In fact as little long hours on the water.

Reddish's 1968-69 budget request, ] and at the same time putting in rescuing two soldiers Saturday afternoon, after a candidates from this er-trailer now mounted on con. as nine yeas ago& the biggest They wanted room and
we cannot become reconciled to the them where they are neded. It can and a sailor who had fallen off hurried trip to Starke for more area will be among 1,404 stu- crete blocks, contrary' to the outboard -in! Evlnrude'a line speed. The big outboard answered .,'

Idea of a panel outside the county, be noted that the county commis- the landing craft during the invasion fittings and he after dove hours Into the of fighting mess- dents receiving degrees at the zoning regulations./ was 50 .horsepower. Some 15 this call for versatility. '
such as the Board of Appeals of sion's rnilragre: has remained the of Sicily July Jl, 1943. again University of Florida when the I am enclosing a photograph years ago, the "giant" was Probably the beat part of the
with balky fittings,
County Officers' Budgets, deciding same for the past few years. Thatis When he saw. the men fall he triumphant with the emerged an-- summer quarter closes on Au- of this! camper taken on July 9 rated, at only 25. horsepower race Is that the
the matter. what the Board is striving for called for help, jumped in and nouncement that the leak was gust 2d.Graduates. in the hope that its publication The horsepower climb In out- fisherman -still the outboards

"It' is not the intent here to defend this year. swan to their aid. All three were fixed and that. the old homestead this month will be will prompt tho County Board to boards is similar to the horse biggest cwtomerhean.t been

or justify the stand of either What has most disturbed us saved.. would not float away. recognized at the annual com uphold; the zoning regulationsfor power "race" in the automo- ignored.
this bile business. On the part of In addition to high performance -
mencement ceremonies at Florida area.I
the sheriff or the county commission about the controversy over thesheriff's
CARD OF THANKS the manufacturer it was the models, more than a doz-
Field: appreciate indulgence:
next June.
since the decision Little did he know, though,
especially $113,148 budget requestis '
The O. W. Richards family degrees will be: In this desire to Improve total per en new fishing motors have'
is! not ours. There appears to be that it places on opposite sides that the problem was far from matter.
of the
wishes to thank Fathers Kirby Eterke Sarah Ann Epperson, formance. On the part been unveiled in recent years.
solved but late that night the Your very truly,
valid points on both sides; the two contingents of our govern- Griffin and Forthofer the doc- Matter of Education: David consumer, he wanted and demanded They sport better fuel economy
J. N.
water kept turning on Capt.
answer most palatable to most ment which have heretofore work tors and staff at Gainesville at regular pump Interval Indicating Gary: Houser, Bachelor of 1, Box 400C engines with greater lighter weight better
Bradford citizens probably is ed well together. The sheriff Medical Center and our many that the leaky-est leak in all Science In Journalism; Thomas Kingsley Lake, Fla versatility. Water skiing with a trolling capabilities, and easier
somewhere in the middle ground. has always gone to the Commis- neighbors and friends for the leakdom was still-leaking. Malcolm T tc's. Bachelor of 25 hp outboard is possible but starting.
The sheriff is supposed to be sion and explained his needs, vol- sympathy and comfort shownat e e Science In Broadcasting

by virtue of his position, first and untarily holding down his budgetin the time of the tragic loss So the next morning, after Keystone Heights Bernice

foremost concerned ''about law en- the past in the face of the Com- of our betoved daughter, Lillian digging up another fitting, and Kendln Brune, Bachelor of ArtsIn ,PR'D4'
forcement in Bradford County. He mission's money problems. The We will always be grateful to putting fresh batteries in the Education.: The Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED

cannot be criticized for attemptingin Commission has also, in the past, those thoughtful persons for the flashlight, he took another Lawtey: -Jesse James Moore 1879
possible to improvehis honored legitimate needs. many considerations shown at deep breath and crawled Jr., Master of Education.
every way and this time. Our prayers will be through the water to the trou- Graham-Julia Talbt Grlffis, n(ue eu E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher
department's this
We believe decision should
Thank You.
with always.
service. Indeed, he is to be com- have been hammered out in the The O.you W Richards family] and ble spot, which by this time Bachelor of Arts in Education. C o Florida's Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published Contlnonsly
mended for it. bad become Quite familiar, if Lake Butler-Elmer B. Ball, Teat
meeting room in the Bradford relatives. cigl Under The Same Masthead
not comfortable. Again he battled Master of Education.
The the other a'at
; (Commission on courthouse. It concerns Bradford balky fittings smeared <

hand, has many other considera- people 'and should be decided by IF WE DON'T HAVE IT compound on joints, rescuedthe Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office
tions. It must worry about financ- officials they elect. well ret It for yon. Office flashlight from under the ADDING MACHINES\ Manual : at Starke. Florida under Act of March 3rd, 1879.,

ing every facet of county govern- We sincerely hope this will be Supplies Furniture, Equip water a number of times and or electric. For sale at Subscription in trade area: 1 year 14.50; 6 months $2.3O
Tnent-health, roads and bridges, ment. Bradford County finally crawled out soaking. rent. Add subtract credit balance
true fn future decisions. Outside trade areas 1 year, f S.OO; 6 months, 93.75BRADFORD
agriculture etc. The Commission ,-- Bradford Countygraph Tt'le-
Telegraph. wet. but with the conviction .

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: .. Hilites! rYYvvvvvvvv MELROSE' 1-WVyVVV. NEWS NOTES INDIAN V-"ww'vyymyyyyy BEACH'Wee vw'vyy VOICE of theSPORTSMAN I Sportsmen's. Club Will Sponsog:;:j: :: '

By Helen Egan
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: :, By JIM FOX 07 Jojre Bow '., < :. < SMtte, Es) GUI Safety. Clinic OnSept..4LI il TIM;
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: Please Phone in Your Items 473-4148 .
A.A.A .. EASTERN STAR i. 475-8171' : I i jofo"'t:

r The Keystone Heights Chapter By Keystone Heights Sports phasls during, 1n.str.u.tI0.Q41.1ter, .

-S Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Tison of OE3 will celebrate the:, M.A.. .AAA.A.A.A Mike 4 men's Cub will sponsor Its first nods will be on gun, safety{ *utj

FELLOWSHIP CLUB Hartmann. Fred and Larry, visited Ma! parents Mr. and birthday of Its Founder, Robert i Hello Chitty annual gun safety clinic on Sat added that: some. time.. w,.\U heigWen ,
Mrs. Dock Tison. again all of you Indian Phone 475-2171
: Mra. Ethel Weyman. Preal- who are co-workers! for the Morris, with a covered dte I. Beachites. How urday, Sept. 21, north of State patterning, s U""r" :
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Rob- are- youliking
dent of the Keystone Fellow- Wilmington News Journal, I supper on Aug.! 29 at the Masonic 1Im''o.! ) 1 Road 100 in the vicinity of the Tl1 appearance of thpscla :

JMp Club has announced that .were both in Miami covering I erson are parents to a baby Hall. The time is 6 p. m. Una hot weather? Every 1 1flshiDi' I Keystone Heights Airport. Forces team will .be th%,'1f&t::
girl born August 2 in Bradford ,ona aya' that'this ib the hottest Good afternoon, all of you' I news forthi8 week., '
ihe club will have a covered the Republican Convention For further details contact Prizes for winner of the club's demonstration In. Northeast,,
County OP1taI. She has been any :'summer- that they can remem fishermen. Are they biting for Until next week let's get out
ttsh _Juncheon, at !Uie Masonic Mr. and Mrs. Hartmann and I Worthy Matron Paddy Gildrle Summer Fishing Derby, which Florida held by. IIICI\\, a" group"!
tora ;ber. 1C we didn't have the lake '
named Faye. Maternal you? They have been for some and catch'em.
jTertple, on Sept. 12. starting :son. Adam. returned to their II (Mrs. F, O.) or Mrs. Jo (Gilbert closes ,August 31, will bQ awarded for the public. "II i: .,x
to cool
off in. I think
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. don't we people. I hope luck has
are : your
.C t 12:30.: home tat Wilmington last Friday ReedCOMMUNITY, during the clinic, accordingto Fresh water fiahermej\.WhQ, ,
) ,could: make It. aunt Teenie ,
Earl My been better
than mine.
Johnson.l Paternal grandparents My
: Members and their guests! after a week's visit with CUVRCII President Don Morgan wish to'try; their:skill'wJWlQ\ )2

are Invited to participate In .Mrs. Hartmann' family the are Mr. and Mrs. W. The Rev. and Mrs. Leon IT.: i Crenshaw and and daughters, Joan I II father and I had a little trip: Keystone'sNew Safety instruction will be provided miles of Keystone! ,.Helgteg J' "!1.1! ,
Peggy Gainesville ,
D. ; Heraeyof planned for Saturday BUT we '
Jtte; "original hats" oonteet. A Herb Nelsons of Lakeview Robejhson.Mrs.. Elsie Saunders andMrs. I MUner will be vacationing in I came down Thursday to had little car trouble anddidn.t for yountf people\ and days- left!! ". to>.>..enfer! I .

Oanel of judges will'select the .Drive. Ohio and Pennsylvania, with,.I I a adults In small .bore rifles, large ing} De.rt\ 3'i\ 1 .
Olat Love spent Friday spend theday' with u. and. eo I II make it. I guess like my
Winning' hat oa an added at MI'. and Mrs. Kyle McMur- their two married sons and I joy the water. Tax Roll bore rifles, shotguns, and handr'!! Cqatest! rules rcfy! lre;.. Mtetall\
morning with Mr. and Mrs. R. Aunt says "all things turn out '
traction: to the regular. pro-. .try :'were in Atlanta last week M. Caaoh. families for the next tWOweeks. I I Sunday my aunt Clara. Sullivan for the best." Anyway we tuna starting at 8:30: a. m. fish! must, bff" takqn, legality!< by.

yram.; on combined business and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Sapp--|' During their absence! : of Wllliatoa and I celebrated would probably have loaded Firing ,by persons under: 16 persons possessing: a., valid'ty&h.,

Please be sure to mark this, pleasure' trip. Dr. Albert C. Holt, pastor emeritus our birthday with l years will be'compl priorto Ing license; that fish muetj lie.*
and children, have retUl'ne4from a the boat down with fish and Shows Gain'
*!ate on your calendar.WOMAN'S Mra.' ClIff Chapman (Jane) a ''week's vacation ta, will be the guest family get-together. I was sunk it. Ha. ha. Really folks the noon meal, and adult fir caught within a 12-mile.,:radius\

CLUB Is visitingwith Mrs. Lydia North and< South Carolina and I preacher/ for August 25 and twentyoneort; the 20 and I It came up a first rate storm ing will be! held cHjrlng! the after'; of. Keystone Heights; amt;::-thatany. '
The 'Stro11-1n'brUflC11,. and I 'Hurley of Ft. Lauderdale. :this i Sept. 1 Sundays. I protests: ( be filed .ia. i ijUhln
Georgia. wont say how' oM Aunt Clara complete with lightning. Idon.t tax noon, Morgan,, said.A l. ; w41n r.
Heights' 196849
ard by thoman'a wee .-Lydia was K former 'resident 1 Keystone '
party, sponsored Mrs. Mllner. Spiritual Life :was the 1 19. She might not demonstration of three",, days,, ((1thwtb'
Miss sandy :Bailey of Fatalka on know about you boys. roll totals $3,383.334 a gain'I special/ )
of ty" '
"" Club last Thursday. our eomm\II of '
l vlsitett' Chairman of the Women : lllcer ft. Times helping us celebrate but don't like military' firepower will be given Tournament. Chairman, Belle i 57KCystop
vas much fun ,that another Miss Pamela.':Farrls. dauglvter : Mr. and Mrs. BillySingleton I to be on the of $373,626 over the 1967-68 version :: .
ao has been scheduled for 'of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Far I !! and family. the Church/ Circles\ held\ a preparatory I : were: Mary and David lake when it la storming. according to a report during the day by a. team, trom .; ", >
Jbne the
meeting with Stegall and children Barbara Co. 20th Special Forces Official! jtry! ) : blanks 'canf: i bej
;September 20. More detail on rls, celebrated her sixth birthday ,Carolyn Tlson and Cathy According to Griffins Lodge made by Tax Assessor John C. ; '
Skinner 'Of Jacksonville visited leaders of each\ circle. Theyear' and Gary Sullivan and James!! (east shore, Santa Fe) the Gillls to the City Council last Groi-p. under the direction of obtained'i 'at area flshlntf camps
'*he future party Will be given ;with a party at her home, i 1a I '
>.t a later date in tnto'\ ''CoUniftS 'on. Thursday afternoon.,. Carolyn'd.. parents Mr. and i .. study program on"God's Sullivan of WlUleton: Tennis Shellcrackers are biting on ,the week. zt.; William Dampier, detachment where prospectiveprlzeHnplrij( \ >
Answers for Life's ProbIerm" and Roy Crenshaw and of commander of the team flsri will be weighed<< andVilrnessed. ; t;:
Friends Mrs. Dock Then family. son sandbars all day long. Everyone .t
Mrs. John Bird\ t' Ma tidlU, were'Invited to attend by James DeForest Gillls said the net total of I '" k" *
and Mrs.. Stinson GainesvIlle'', Palm and Hubert in last headquartered In Jacksonville .
fe Mr. Jerry staying the cabins
Jl venue was h l. s8'.and <*fctr- cook-out and swimming March. assessments on real estate :
and family are vacationing on Chitty of Statke. and Otis Mel- week caught from 15 to 30 DampIer said the main em-
ian of ,the "StrollIn.s:\ party. The Executive Committee of amounted to $2,904.840 while .. .;.
ton of Hampton. We all had
the Withlacoochee River a shellcrackers day. The bass -
a -- .
"DUPLICATE BRIDGE Mr. and 'Mrs. Dick Sunder'land the Church Women (Board I personal property assessments ;;a'' ..
Mr. and Mrs" Ted Flak: and nice day with no rain to speakof. are biting early and late and!
: Mr. and Mrs. Everett total Assessments
The Duplicate 'Brtdga Club Meeting)' for all Circle Chairmen $478,494. Notice Of FIIInK Petition For and must b.. .worn to :by.tftb
sponsored by the Keystohe Fox. and Mf. and Mrs. Clyde family are on a two week and Appointive Commit.I .- I My grandmother. Mrs. are still schooling. Roy went made by the city were basedon Final Discharge claimant, his. agent .or-..bl. at.,

"!'oman's Club" meets eachJWonday r ,Ash ton were In Miami last camping Vacation. < tee officers has been called by Copeland went home with my fishing for shiners Friday and figures used by the County Notice. Is hereby. given thai I torney. or to It law.will baooroe" 'Si void!:o' !..,
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Singleton: Aunt Teenie for a few days when he came In he decided to 1 have filed my final return accordIng"
I .
: evening at. the Municipal week for the annual' Florida President. Mrs. Roy Turknett I Tax Assessor. and Report of Final Distribution S/ Curl IA Johns ,, ',.
and children visited Mr and I and I went home with Grandmother fish up the shore line in front I CARL U: JOHNSS .:
Credit "
Building. Play begins Union Convention. The : The new tax roll is now and Petition for FinalDlscIjsrge
for August 28 at 1 o'clock in- .
Mrs. Soriny ffeitson' anoT familY: Chitty for a visit. Well of the for a while He a. Executor of the / Sandra J. Durkea"SANDRA !
three couples camp
;3>romptly at 7:30.: : enjoyed thefr educational building. open for inspection at the municipal I 1-jRtate of Freeman Register ;J DURKED ... .
'" of Interlachen.Mr. lets see what everyone else caught 5 bass in thirty min Co-Administrators ot the drtate -.
S Mr. and Mrs. Fremont T61- stay at :-Fontalnebleau. Bill The first General meeting of F building and the Council Sr.. dAceaMed: and that I have. '
and Mrs, Larry Thag- around the lake have been do- utes. Saturday he med Final Return and He of THELMA R. JOHN8deceased. :.
guided John
P8 tied for flrst'-place with r Beam flew down for the business the Church'Women will be on will meet as a board of equal my Distributionand iKugene
of Partial
;JAure Kyle and Btin LaCoete. meetings. gard formerly of Miami are lug Sldowskl and ,they caught 17 izatlon on Tuesday, Aug. 27 to port that on "September' 10th :, F. Shaw 'v
Sept. 9 (Instead of Sept. 2 (La :/' ":'StM
now making their: home in Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fisher bass. The largest one weighed Ififla. at 1:00: P. M.. I will apply KUOBVB V. SHAW .
Chree couples: tied for the next t Mr. and Mrs. Lytnan Rftgers,, bor Day.) All Circles will meeton I hear any complaints that \ West Call Street ..-3rT5Starke. -
to Honorable Theron
txwltlon.PAKK>> II! I""' 'Mrs. Virginia 'Stotts and Mr., Melrose. Welcome, we hope Sept. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Alvison and 8 Ibs. The rest averaged from might be made. A. Yawn.the County Judge of .. Florida .. ..
you will like it here. Mrs. Mary Ames of the Villa 3 to S Iba. The storm Attorney for Co-Admlnl tr..tom
: SALES SCIlCDt and.Mrs. Harvey Klein all of WORKSHOPMrs. Tax Collector Aughtry Vance Bradford County Florida for First Publication: August. _.
Ocala Mrs.''Jackie Beard and children Lagoon Motel in Tavares werevisiting afternoon cooled off the lake approval thereof and for Final I
were Saturday dinner.gue.5t8 presented her annual report at 19118.
Ladles of St. .
r Anne McLean Chair .
nine' Kxecutor of the
barge as
of visited Mr. and Mrs. Klm- 8/8 ftIt
[: at'the home of and I Gainesville some, and had the fish biting
Society\ will spotmor' ,.,...: man and Mrs. Martha Beam, the meeting showing that all Will of Freeman Register, Sr.
brough the weekend.
'Mrs. friends in Melfose last week. over good. The weather was bad onour deceased.
Jim Chesslngton of Loch real and personal property
ales, after the
3&.1XI co-chairman of the
; The Beards are former residents : Bazaar Pete and Joyce Barton and side of the lake but This August 11th 1968.
Utomond.rv we I I I taxes for 1967.68 had been collected ..
IBO following Committee, are ever grateful H/ Freeman Jr. *
''N. Mass. Proceeds fronvales Billy Belote, son of Mr. andMjs. I 'of Melrose. for the cooperation and attendance Mr,, and Mrs. Ralph Flllmon never did have more than a I and that the sum of I FREEMAN KEUlariiK.!: :: Jll.BXh.CUT.UR KEYSTONE

will : : < Bill Belote of Little Lake Mrs. Pat Sapp celebratedher and\ family of Tampa are sprinkle of rain. We could see $13,402 had been turned over ;
of 13 each
{ besentf9. : some ladies 8/8 4t S-2'J
birthday last week with a spending this week sightseeingIn the rain across! the lake but it
el1c Council Fund.. ,, was Visiting Wednesday, BUT, with these to City Clerk Vergle Homer.
In New Orleans last week. family dinner. the Smoky Mountains. doesn't get to us.Shlpman'5 Several councilmen 011CR nV IMKVflOM j TOu..u ,
UNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB few. com DrWeLi Theatre
many more hands are ; ; I IIoo'J
Mr. 'and Mrs. M. C. King attended Mark. Greg and Sissy Red- It' frl :
. Woman'a Lester Ketch has Just returned I needed to Camp (west chore, mended Mrs. Vance on the I Kit < 'III1VLM 11
The Junior Club accomplish the : !
extensive dish of Starke !
the ic Santa
from a two-week visit with Auto Auction are spendingthis Fe>)> reports that the fish'are
and good Job she had done in her Notice I. hereby glvn that
have interesting projects
Will a get-acquainted' party Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pitts and Palatka Friday. week with their grandparents biting good generally. The I new office. the umlerslgneil Under the
tonight (Thursday) at; the underway. It is urged that,t provisions of "Section 865,01)).
Floyd Courtney of Newberrj Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter spect! are still on the brush '
son, Keith of Tallahassee. Ben 23 24
'Iurld.Statut"/ ., I'JBB. will te zi21&t. Aug ,
some of Mrs. RU/ SfcWey of many more ladies come with M
/ ,
and his family will be moving is visiting his daughter and their and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. piles and a good many bream I) Ulster. with the Clerk of thuCI'cttit '. \ :. -'< ,.:;., ;,
Klngsley Lake. Mrs. Ray Farfls. Ideas, or to give a hand Court, In and for Bradford ,t :
to St. Louts this month, wherehe ; family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry and grandchildren of. are being caught off the dock.I The water's Just right. '
Junior Woman's Club prajpethL.Zn0rr.- Stinson and children. to the work already laid out."Bei'lnnlni' Jacksonville was 'Visiting them Slims County, 1f0'4'J.ot.
has accepted a position asditorwtttr Flsh-N-Stuff reports Not too hot. nor too cold. of proof, of publication I
1 __ :: "mummyTimin' .,....Iho..i..M.toM.-Juntor. Worn, "in September" the' on Sunday. that John Stewart caught a 7 Sometimes I believe. of this not"'"'... the flitltlour ;

hers. themuests, and' all tlon for an electrical concern., an's Club reported a very sue Workshop will meet on the Mr: and -Mrs.'E. 'D. Han Ib;*13 OB.'ttaCk-1 bass '1n"Silver It relaxes your soul. under name.cf-AIJ-WN which I)* ,am U.TRAUK engaged l'i In .

prospective i. 'member. are Inrlted I- Angel Kathy and Cherie cessful Bingo Party last Fri., second! and fourth Wednesdays.t and grandson of Savannah Ga. Sands Lake. and Josenh Edwards Just ,to dabble in the business 3 miles S. of Stark t. : : ;

to attend at 8 p. 'm. Eagerton, of Jacksonville, are day night. They wish to thank 10 a. m. (Sept. 11 and 2SI.Brlni' ). spent the weekend with Mr. caught an 11 lb. 4 'oz. With those 'ole hot shoes water.off. Starke Fla on, Fla.301, P. O. Box 1177 'EIl 'i\lS'\ r\l;, "'if;

HERE Mr. and N' THERE Mra.. tarry. 'Martin, house guests this week of Miss the following 'tous'ne&ses whc and Join your UplFELLOWSIIIP ideas I your lunch and Mr.Mrs.and George Ellis. black bass in Lake Geneva on Makes you just feel like flying Eddie. Fla Allen. sole P. O owner.Bo* 1177.Starke I 1.'I' !>. It.J\\. _!! \\T t.(.. : \'""
contributed for the Mrs. L. W. Nors- black
Roxanne Ketch. Angel the prizes a spotted worm. It can lift aloft. ''
of Dover Del. recent was CLUB you Dated this 8th day of August! .... 4
were "lucky winner" of the electric event: Rudolph's Barber Shop,, worthy were In Jacksonville Alfred Hudson and Johnny Evening! draws nigh. A. I). 106". Starke. Bradford
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herb I Nell's Style and Corrections The August visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Ell's' county Florida. S1'n; : Mon. Tues.
Nelson Ice cream freezer given away Shop Kelley't Monthly were fishing in Orange Soon the Sun will go down.It 8/. 4tp 8-29 .; .
and Luncheon
Mr Mrs. Fred Gold
... sand at Keystone Beach over the Restaurant.The Head State Hoydick on Sunday afternoon. Lake last week and caught 16 will soon be deserted ,f.. f.: 25, 26, 27
weekend. next Btngo Party will was held onIt's Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Revels There'll be no one around. la 1 her t'ountr Judge's ('0..' .
be. held sometime in October. regular 2nd Thursday. Jr. and family of Plant City, bass.Well that's In toil Par llra lf,,r.l County, HARRY FRIGGwith
t. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Nelson August about all of the Now the Sun i Is gone. PUrlda.. In Prnbat "No.
8. not
KEYST HIS. IU entertained Mr. and Mrs. Bill Misses Vicki and Irma Tis-- last week's M reported in are visiting his parents, Mr. Darkness has formed its ark. In Re: Estate of Thelma' R Paul Newman

Morgan and Jim Fox with a Qn Miss Susan $app, Dann The paper.luncheon and Mrs. E. W. Revels, Sr. And everything f la like it wu. Johns D..eIlM..d.NOT1CE! TO CREDITORS
dinner party at their home on and David Sapp attended askatlni' be meetingwill Mrs. James Bobbins has returned hard at work in their yard. Peacefully, at rest, in the All creditors of the entate of I _H'i
on Sept. 12 at Masonic from Thelma R. Johns, .. Tues. Wed. Aug 2829 t
Sunday evening. party In Gainesvillelast a trip to M'sml Well that seems to be all of dark. dei-naaed, -
Miss Hallie Quinn, of Orlando week. They were accompanied will be Resuming Game-Fun Day visiting her daughter, Mrs. the news for this week so are \ hereby to file notified any ilalms and required or- .--..........-..--.. -,-,... '

I HEIGHTSDIRECTORY is a house guest this weekof by their mothers. Mrs on Sept 26. at 1 p. m. Judy Thompson! and her aunt, until next week here's Leeon.LEEON'S demands which they may have $ ; : '
In St. Anne's Parish House. "4-s. against said entate In the of $ 1 ,'f1'J'/ .
Dock Tison and Mrs. EugeneSapp. !: Frank Williams.Mr. .
Miss Beth Jackson. of Little PERSONALSMr. CORRNER ADDING 1VT1CIIINES: Man- fire. of the County Judge/ of

I Lake Keystone. and Mis.! X. M. Smith "Another Day"I ual or eJ'.trlo. For sale or, ,. Bradford County. Florida.\. In i "

r SFC Dodge Lambing returned Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Smith and the Mrs. David O. Peters and family of Starke spent the A clear blue sky I rent. Ad(. subtract, credit bali -, Florida.the Courthouse within at six calendar Starke, f.,
are '
Saturday for a visit with were dinner guests of Mr. and VanBuskirk new owners of the weekend with Mrs. H. T. Came out today. nee.- Bradford County Tele months from the late of the
Mrs. M. C. home in Keystone Smith. Mr. and I I first publication of this notice.
last Mrs.
his family week. George graph.NOIKK.
Mr. and .
Mrs. And Racli
BEAUTY L. Club Estates. The I all the clouds, claim or demand must ',e
SHOP K. Lambing of Lake Brooklyn.SFC Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Mr. Peters spent Bolden and family of Palatka Have In writing. and must stato the. -t""':''!''''''''
and Mrs. King traveled to about a year In Keystone In visited them Sunday afternoon. away. place. of residence and post office
: KEYSTONE Lambing has Just com the late Mrs. Walker hous The sun i is shining address. of the claimant
pleted a tour 'of duty in Germany Green Cove Springs Sunday DorothY. Sam and Charles So bright\ and : 01" ":I.C'I"IO'\l \
and .
then warm. I Carl
touring various places and Visiting moved to Tuscon Henry Butler of Ormond hurst Mayor of (the
BEAUTY SHOP and will be assigned to Arlaona./ Mr. Peters At this. moment, City of Stark Florida, by virtue -.
Edith a language school in Kansas. Antiquet0JJ8./ wrote Beach) 'Dr. and Mrs. Steve Mc- Not a sign! 'of storm. of the authority vented In'' DeWitt C. Jones I
1 Johmoa. Owns Mrs. Jan Dont forget school registration -: Mrs David Nelson 'expressing Intlre of Fitzgerald Ga., Mrs. a me by law. do hereby call a I Funeral Home
Personal. Batts and The First
son, lake's Primary
A Creative Hair Styling their pleasure In 0'the so calm. Election to be
at Interlachen High reading Betty Butler and Mrs. Danzant held at the *
Jeff and Fire station
Miss Dana Hayes As slick In tho STARKE J
Every Form of as glass.
Beauty Community PHONE 964-6200
Church activi-- aforesaid
School next. week. Grades 7-9 of Jacksonville spent the week- City by qualified vot- .5O.S.
Culture Tuea.-Bat. 0-fi; closed were In Columbia 8. C. last ties In the Bradford To etay down here. er* on C> I 1(1',
IS week visiting Mrs. Baits' son will register on Monday Aug. Telegraph. A County end with Mrs. Jo Strandberg. Can erase the past.There's lass A. !>., : a/'theOI purpone. of: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHOfTE 473-317 ( '
NURSERY and daughter-in-law 26. Grades 10-12 will register hearty welcom" Mrs. Earl Voyles and daugh- Electing the following offlaera.
Mr. and has been extended to Mr. Just a slight breeze Uroup 1 One (Councilman,
Mrs. Warren Batts. Tuesday, Aug. 27. High school and Peggy have been visiting another For Two Year
.students from Mrs. Peters on their return to daughter the air. Group 3. One Rental I
O.C. Camel Nursery P Mrs. Bill Orawbadge (Lane) the Melrose area be permanent Kevstoners. Mrs. John To tickle your gldea For Two Yeurab. Councilman Services i

Rwy.100, Florahome 8592151zrPTy : and Ind. three children of Auburn, this will year.attend Interlachen High Mr. and Mrs. Bill Teska and a Klrkman few days.in North Carolina for Or ruffle your hair. For Group Two 6 Year.- one Councilman, HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS
were visitinglast i
Stock week family i limpet-tor *
Thousand have For
There will be a car wash at returned Guests at Griffins Lodge this :
Lane's .
family the Mr ErneHtlne
cf Plants A :Fruit Tre. toehP0ll8 Robert from a long Denmark I
Jacksons of Little Chlapplnis Gulf Station Saturday delayed vacation week are: Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Mm. Myrtire Dennis, Albert CRUTCHES j
from Shade Trees, Evergreens stone. Key from 9:00: a. m. until 2:00p. : trip and holiday to Key West Boykin and family of Savannah Margaret Foster Mra.. J. E! Hardy Mr.. fS
Jt H. William. Mr..
Landscape Plants in and other jli
Sp-5 and Mrs. David Sunder- m. It will be sponsored by Florida resorts. Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. Albert I'eiKHy Shaller. Mrs kM Pre S
containers. land the Methodist Youth Fellow Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tltu" Schramptz and family of Fern- IJ" vail. Mrs Ethel Raymond, !Mra li liD liE liP
,i.( Camellias & Atalea and son of Ft. Rucker, enjoyed 'an Mrs. R O. Mrs, Ella
unexpected visit ?
Lee tf. Do Tour Ala., are home for a visit with ship.Mr. andlna Beach and Mr. and BAPTIST -. Mae Cliasteen tr"Yf.L. N Pickering -

IAwIdllC&plnlf$- Mr. and Mrs. Dick! Sunderland.! and---__ _Mrs___.. Elumnrf__n ___ S/-hu-__un .from, -Mrs.. Titus- nephew Wiluam Mra. Carl Lana-ner----- -anrt--- .f----.J mliir! ley (Alternate(Alternate) ) Mra. Ed Ten

and Mr. and Mrs. John Phil ler and. son Warren, of River-I UOUIQ. He and a friend of Atlanta. Ga. First Baptist Church Rev In testimony whereof. 1 hereunto i

V USED CARS: dale, Md. are visiting her mother toured through the .southern ,Danny Lutgen of Gainesville Lawrence Carroll pastor. Bun- .. subsi'rlbe my name andortuse .
states. the Heal of the said town
and Mrs. Arthur Johnson Mrs. Pearl Wtngenbach stopping off in Keystone was in an automobile accident .Jay School. 9:43: a. m Worship to be hereunto affixed this the .

Hanks Used Cars of Largo, were recent Visitors at ,the Wlngenbachhome before returning to visit last week and was in serious Services. 11 a. m. and 10th,; day of September, A. D., ;
BIG CASH DISCOUNT house guests of Mr. and Mrs. for the weekend included N. Y.Gould's parents- Salem. condition in the Intensive Care 7:30: p. m. Training Cnion. 198SOARt. HUIIST MAYOR E i iN

.' TERMS Arthur Ketch. Mrs. Ketch to another daughter and fam (His draft board address Unit of the' Medical Center 6:30: p. m. Nursery open for ATTBST(SEAL.) !

BUY. -. SELL TRADE Mr. Johnson's sister. ily. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Os- at )I. He is a college- tudent last ,week. We understand he all services. MERltl!..:!. EDWARDS. CITY

Jtt.1Ir.x90 John Martin son 'of trander and daughter. Kathy Phoenix Ariz. Is doing better and is allowedto C.EltK D i

H,. .. 100 8 Mile B. Stark* and Mrs. E. T. Martin Mr.of of Apopka; and her son. and Lake Mrs.has Paley Boyd of Swan have visitors now. Hope CATHOLIC ,15 4t .-. I A

Lake Geneva Is home family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe sold her laftestde! you' are well soon, Danny. St. William's Church-Bun- i
on a
CONCRETE PRODUCTS 20-day leave. Wtngenbach and children of home and will Join the increasing Some of' the people around day Mass, 9 a. m. Wednesday In The Circuit vet Of B :

Miss Roxanne Ketch daugh. Gainesville.Mr. number of Keyston- the lake are still dumping garbage Mass and Novena 7 p. m. Klnrlrta 11ehth In Judicial Ami For CircuIt.. T"/l / L J
INSIST THAT ALL YOUR ers as of September i when ....
ter 'of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur and Mrs Richard Moore around the curve to the '-COMMUNITY CHURCH Coentr. t: s.

OONCBETB: PRODUCTS Ketch. was a recent participant have returned from a two weekN. Henry she takes DP residence in the. little lake from us. We have a Sunday School, 9:40: a. m. tiff nollle. -vs.villard McAlexander J. McAlex, E f

4EE TUB BEST FROMEdward's in the Guidance Counseling C., Banner Elk N. C. and East Mlcfeltf apartment on,I good garbage service out here Morning Worship, 11 a. m. ander. Defendant fi

and Testing Program held at C.. Banner Elk. N C. and Lakeview Drive. now which ,is reasonable, and Nursery at 11 o'clock service To: willard NOI'ICH J.or McAlexander PUT: i

Building Stetson University in Deland. Callaway Gardens Ga. Is much cheaper than being only RAV. Leon F. Mllner, Address Unknown.

Supply, Inc. Roxanne was in the top 3 percent Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Smith of things you haren't used for i caught by the law. Dumping f"\.V.fI' an You action Are for Hereby divorce Notified has. been that DEPENDABLE is the word for .i

'of those students tested in Jacksonville visited Mr. and garbage here is against the filed against you and you are
TM 8. Mat to-a'J2..CMIo Florida. Mrs. W. H. Allen last week. years. YeuTl be doing yourself law. That Is private propertyand -EPISCOPALSt. required to> serve a copy of Dad in this family. That's because he :
and your written defense, .
PtNEV1LLE.VLA.'WATCII! the'communtty a favor, Anne's Church If anv .-
Miss Another newcomer to the has signs on It. We have Rev to It on Eimene. F. Shaw Attorney
I Bonnie Iffret of St. proceeds from the sale go toward heard that William I. Jones, Vicar Holy for Plaintiff, who.e ..d- looks ahead, plans ahead and saves '
community is Mrs. Pat Crews some tag numbers
REPAIRS Petersburg, was visiting with community! Improve. Communion 8 dress I. 149 West Call Htreet. :
Carol Stephenson. last week. who is. moving here from Jas ment. were taken last week and will a. m. every Htarke Florida and file the ahead to always have "what it takes"
be turned First Sunday Holy original with the Clerk of theabove
Bonnie per. She is presently staying! over to the proper
and Carol
Anthony Crawford, friends whll they both became with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen DUPLICATE BRfDCE' !: authorities. Let'4keep our Communion. 8 a. m. and 9:30a. : September styled 2.Court 1948 on; otherwise or before in the way of money to provide for a
wereattending Winners lastweek at the m. Second, third and four- a judgment. be.
may entered
until she find roadways clean. It will also
Watch Repair Sevice FSU.1"YP'EWR.1T1tK. apartment.The an j Melrose Duplicate Bridge Club i help cut down on the flies that I th SUnda.ysMorning Prayer affalnit mantled you In for the) the Complaint relief de or- happy, satisfying way of life.

were: Mrs. Roland Bryan .and are so bad right 9:30: a. m. Evening Prayer Petition.
All: Makes and Models Melrose Action COmmittee Mrs. F T. H cue, lit Place; -Sunday, 7 p. m. Holy Days Witness my hand an v ..heseal ,
still I Mr. and Mi-.. of said
RENTALS needs donations of W. E. Kite Court' on the 6
: Mrs. Mary Cook Miss\ Iva will be announced.
Phone 473-4219 salable items for their Flea Sr. of Ocala. and Mr, and Mra.' dav of Ausrust. 19AM.
Day week or month.-Brad Hlllyer. 2nd place: Mrs. Gladys Charles A. Darby, KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember
.Keystone He l liU, FU.ntw ford County Telegraph. Phone Market. Anyone who has usable VanNetta and Mrs. Gladys B. H. Davis and family of -LUTHERAN A* Clerk Beulah Of: Said Court
By Mnodv
864-6S05. articles especially Jewelry Gainesville were Sunday visitors Divine Worship 11
tf Wilson 3rd place; Mrs. R. P. am A. Deputy Clerk.
y 100. 2M, Mile East of and dishes that they 'no longer I Goodloe an4 Mrs, C.: B. Goss. 'of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sunday. Holy Communion, 2nd 1988.First Publication: August 8. F.D.I.C.. 1tf'P'tone' Heights; ,Fla.

Keystone Heights want can take them to the .4th place. Kite Jr. Sunday. Services held each .5'5 4t 11-39

TYPEWRITERS! : Manual orE1ectri. home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mr. and Mrs. English Hilton Sunday at St. Anne's Episcopal In The CoA-ity ...de.... roars .Tour Friendly Rank In Your

i Watch for Sip in Front I '. For kle or rent. Moore or call them and they LEGAL rORMS. Brad- are down vacationing at their Church. Richard. M f'r.mln11IA' Of., Prnhate Brndfo No. .r..t..-....... FIco.ld.I. ) COllUllunlt Friendly

of House Bradford County:: Telegraph. will pick them up. Clean out ford Conrtty TrtodTuph .... lake place this week and arc !. In flat EMnte of Froejnaft ,. _
the garage: get rid of those 961-6305. Register $l. Deceased. ,

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Best People Available Needed 1 Services HeldThursday MADISON BAPTIST CHURCH STREET

ToServeOnASCCommitfeeABC For Sunday. Au*. 25 Sunday

Mrs. Myra Faulkner School 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship -
at 11. Youth Choir Practice -
county committeemen Bible voters may be filed at Mrs Myra A. Faulkner 70, Youth Fellw-
4:30:: p. m.
should always be I
the "beat' the county office any time be- died Monday. Aug. 19, In a ship Supper, 5:45.: Training Un-
people available! according fore August 28. Eligible! voters
Gainesville hospital after a brief '
to Mrs. June in. :15.: WMU Prayer: Circle
Chapman County may sign as many petitions as Illness.
I 7:30.
7:15.: Evening Wrship :
Office Manager, Agricultural they wish. Additional nomina-i Born In Sparta nl., on Oct. is MnlnETAOIN D H H HH
Stabilization and Conservation tions may be made by the incumbent : 27 1897 she lived In Jackson Monday YWA meetng 7:30:
Service. Slates of nominees to ASC county commit..
vllle most of her Die and moved
fill the vacancy on the ASC tee. The nominating procedure! p. m.
to Gainesville seven years ago Wednesday- Prayer!Meeting,
county committee are being seeks to Insure fair and impartial and In recent months lived In
Church Choir practice
: p. m. ,.
established .
at the ASCS county I elections by reducing vote Starke. "

office. The committee elections 'splintering of. minority. group The widow of James H. Faulkner -, Denton 8:30.: Sumrall. Pastor. CHURCH An Investment In Your FutureOra
wOI be held the third week in candidates. II, Mrs. Faulkner was a Sunday School 10 a. m .

September.. The election of ASC Commit- member of the First Christian FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11 a. m.:
"The committee system Is' tees throughout the nation will Church of Starke. STARKE Evening Worship 8 p. m

the backbone. of the farm pro. be held this year during the Survivors Include, three daughters Prayer Meeting Wednesdmj AT..TIII CIIIC.I 'i
grams" Mrs. Chapman declared third week in Sepetmber. : Mrs. George H. Davidson, Opportunities of the week: 8 p. m. Sing each Friday at f
"It's responsibilities: Include This year's election will be Orange Park; Mrs. Betty Sue Sunday. Aug. 25 Sunday p. m. Rev. Haney Lane pas
the conservation of natural .-i held by mall balloting during Powers Gainesville and Mrs. School 9:45: a. m. Morning tor.

of rerourcea agricultural, the stabilization ASC the period county committeemen September 1020.(are two Charles sons J.: Tyerrell.James H.Pensacola FaulknerIII ; Worship eousness at Exalteth 11; sermon A Nation."Right!"; CALVARY BAPTIST m1JlllI1Irnmllllln il f I I1 !U C l11IJIImn I I I l l m fll if'l.illImlmllm' f ( IC I! G m iQ mmmIllIJrnIJmmlmm.!(' III 1

ties, and .. commod.1 elected for ,three-year staggered and Harry P. Faulkner both j New River Association Execu-1 I I
ties which protect and terms. To be elected this of Starke. tive Board meeting. 2:30: Sunday School. in a. m .'

farm income. We need the best year one regular committeeman. Services were held Thursday Training Union, 6:15.: Evening MorninlJ'Wor8it1.p,, 11 a.: m

possible cross-section: of farm-I Two alternate committemen Aug. 22, at 10:30: a, m. In the Worship. 7:30: ; sermon ."He Tralnlrg Union 6:30: p. B : Top :
ers on the ballot to Insure effective will also be elected for Hardage Brothers Funeral That Wtnneth SOuls Is Wise." Evening Service 7:30.: Prays

administration of the one-year terms.Registration. Home at Blanding Blvd.. Jack Monday Cottage Prayer Meeting, Wednesday. 7:3: ( The Bible,"Cod's My Word"Is still the beet' I
various measures." sonville with the Charles E. meetings: 7:30.: Home of M. B. p. m.-B v. R. H. Butler teller, and most quoted book; e I, q
Jordan Ralford home of Col.J. (
In Bradford County, Mrs. ;
Set Rese, pastor of the First Chris- pastor. From the original. Greek and Hebrew
Chapman explained, more than tian Church of Starke. Burial A. Griffin, Camp Blanding;
:ZOO farmers took part last year For First Grade was In Riverside Memorial Park home of Col. H. M. Hatcher HEILBRONN BAPTIST this book has been translated i into

In'' programs administered! by And KindergartenMonday in Jacksonville. Jr.; home of Jimmy V. Cros CHURCH. IHWAY 16 N. many )language ,
the ASC committee. Funds cfia- by.Wednesday Through the centuries men R'' Y .
bused under the committee's Church Mem- Sunday School. 9:43: a. m have devotedly studied and
and Tuesday: August Mrs. Mable Wall
supervision amounted to bership Rally. 730.: Church Morning Worship 11. Training "
appsxlmately fr
2 and 27 have been designatedas ought out the truth in the
95000. Services Will Be Choir Practice 8:30.: Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening-Ser ''
registration days for those Bible.( When one roads the
Last Thursday. Friday. Saturday vice 7:30.: Midweek l
year, approximately 3- Prayer "
pupils who have not registeredand Held At Bible with an mind {,
KingsleyMrs. open
768 acres of farmland were Improved Revival Volunteer Workers Service 7:30: -Rev. L. Tommy:
under the Agricultual who plan to enter first Meetings, 7:30: p. m. Howe pastor. God's word is""iharpat i .brti
grade or kindergarten at South- Mable wi- '
Conservation Program costsharing !;- Alpina -W. A. Hogan pastor a two dyed b:
I side Elementary, and for first dow of Albertus C. (Bert) GRAHAM BAPTIST tword."
arrangement.The CIIURCII t
total Investment in conservation graders who plan to enter Wall, died Monday. Aug 19. at FIRST UNITED METHODIST
Starke Elementary Sunnyside Rest Home In San _
was about $66,000 STARKE Sunday School, 10 a. m.
A birth certificate or some Francisco, Calif.
Morning Worship. 11
with about half coming from a. m.
UM participating: farmer and other proof of birth and results Mrs. Wall was born on Nov. SundayChurch School 9:43: and 7 p. m.-Rev. Xeland A. _
the .balance from ACP. of a recent physIcal examination 18, 1880 and had lived In a. m.; Morning Worship 11 Baker, pastor. '' 1 r

The county office manager should be furnished to the Starke from 1918 to 1956 when a. m.; MYP Activities 6:30: p. Thursday Visitation. 10 ., :
school at the time of register m. MYF Meetings, 7 m.: ,
she moved to St. Petersburg. p. kr,
pointed out that a list! of eligible a. m. and 7 p. m.
voters In the county is ing.To She had lived in San Francisco! Evening Worship 8 p. m. ,
enter first grade a child Monday Church School c*1I
since 1939.
available In the ASCS county NEW RIVER BAPTIST
must be six years of before Workers Recognition
office. She explained that any age While In Starke she was a Party
local resident who is eligible Januwary 1. 1969 or 5 years of member of the First Baptist and Workers Conference, 7 p. Sunday School 10 a. m. I II IJII

to take part In an ASCS farm age before January 1, 1969 for Church and was directed of m.Wednesday Morning Worship, 11 a. m. I
program may vote in the county kindergarten. the school music program for I Prayer MeetIng Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening :
committee elections and he Children who attended kinder- many years. At the time of and Bible Study. Worship, 8 p. m.
garten this past year do not her death she was a memberof Thursday Chancel Choir I
may /hold office as a committeeman have Wednesday; night service "Ar"k
regardless of race color e-rejlster.' provided Hamilton Square Baptist! i Rehearsal. 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome.L. .

sex, creed or national or this they coming attend! year.the some Children'! school not Church In San Francisco. Church of JesUit Christ of L. Parker, pastor I
Private t"the
igin. For further Information services will be held
regarding qualifications of registered/ for first grade or Kindergarten later at Kingsley Lake Cemetery Latter-Day CHURCH OF CIIRIST
before [418 East Call St] JII
September 3,
committee membership with Rev. W. A. Hogan II..
farmer who Is eligible and who any 1968 will not bs allowed to attend officiating. Services: Sunday: Bible Study 10 I '

has Indicated that he !is willing first day of school]. Priesthood 8:45: ; Bunday H. m.; Morning Worship and Chutih b Cod'i oppointt4 ogmr ki Ah worM,for,'iproodlni", IM.iMwMfo II l lit pee'p AV i t

to serve. Such petitions, each Mrs. Maude Haile I School. 10:00: Sacrament Communion Service 11 .. 81.1 'for man end tl Hit demand lor men H rnponj""" lo!*ot'".by low,",kit..1. IIoi.WHIM*(i'f f

one nominating one farmer i EZERASE TYPEWRITER 1100.: Evening services 6:00.: 'cols iraundni< hi the lovi of. Gel, no |ov.mnwnf or(NMr'| ..w.r If.l.ph( silt t ftfl|' I I

and signed by six or more eli I' PAPER. Mimeo Paper. Bond/Services HeldIn Branch President Wednesday: Worship service -I pruvtro Sid...the (lr rwdomi whhh wo hold to"im" will kM.Hobl' ,..lIh(;Ttmtfon. ;wee_ i f' 1'i'i'i'I

Rutledge, Ga. I Dean Hansen 964-9278 7 p. m. Minuter Jack P I from a ullih point" ol' else, oni.. ihouU.. woport\ Mto Crutch hi 'lh... lok< of..Id*wriforo, \

I DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH .beD. I of Mmull odd hit.lomllf.liyotrf.. Met' ', "' ''11'', easy pnen .isM* "P*"" .d Pai- ,' r

3 DAY REVIVAL Ii Mrs. Maude C. Halle, longtime BROOKER Ihlpoto In UK' Chimh boeniu It,tilti .the truth eboui.l won't.. ltf....'dealt.04 tulhiy."'l; till ,

"' resident of Starke. died truth whkh atom will MI' him'Ire ,lo fin M.. (MM d( M.. :. '
Friday Aug. 18. In a Miami Sunday: School. 10 a. m. NORTHSIDE BAPTIST
hospital after a long illness. Morning Worship 11 .. m. CHURCH 02 Critml M.( n '
Mrs. Haile. the widow of W. Training. Union, 6:30: p. m.
Starting Thursday, Aug. 22 I' G. Haile, has been a resident Lacy Evening: Service: "' ::30. Rev.', Schedule -services.: Sunday I II ILII I I II 11 IlllhlLL IIi ; II

of Starke since 1925. She had Conway pastor. School, 9:45: a m.
been active !In the UDC the ing Worship, 10:45: UorD-1
Women's Society of Christian Training "nion, 6:45:
ChurchHOMECOMING Service and the Methodist Sunday ." .' ,' .
LauraBaptist I Sunday-9:45: a. m. Evening service.: 7:45.: ; Midweek 7 I : \' l "

Church. School. 11:00: a. m. Morning : Prayer Service Wednesday HURST. SHELL.: ..: STARKE "66"SERVICE
I. I t Survivors Include one son Worship 6:00: p. m. Training 7:43: p. .oa FAULKNER '. .
I Woodfin G. Halle Jr., of Miami Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening SERVICE "

; six grandchildren one Worship. SMYRNA MISSIONARY GULF SERVICE I .. ,'.. ,. .,. ,
I -
great-grandchild; two sisters, Wednesday 7:39: Prayer BAPTIST CHURCH ,
Mrs. Panola Mttcham. of Atlanta Services. 1st and S'-d Wednes- U-HAUL RENTALSTruck Carl HurstPhone', 984.611,1'24HR Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231
Ga. and Mrs. J. S. Adair 6:1: :. W. Pratt St. Sunder
nlght-7:00: p. m. Family
SUNDAY .. ..
AUG. Tire
25 West Palm Beach; and a Night. services: Sunday School 10 Tru-ing

'c-------( 'I' brother Travis! D. Curtis! Atlanta a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. Trailer
Thursday Rev. Hester FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH: Training .. Headlight, Adjusting"
I Union 9:43: p. m. Complete Lubrication :1' : .j L.n <1 : 4
Services were held on Saturday Sunday Services: Sunday Evening Worship 7 p. m. I: f kp. Service :
Friday - Rev. Jack Hall Aug. 17. at the Lithgow School. 9:45: a. m. Morning Everyone welcome Elder: Minor Tune-Ups -
Funeral Home in South Miami, Worship 10:43: a. m. Evening A. :::.=.1.. W&eel'Th lance and
':Saturday - Rev. Smith with further services In the Service 7:30: ( p. m. Midweek O. Flynn. pastor I .I ;' \4h nQAllgnment
Methodist W8ECKFjB'SIsRVICE, ..
I Rutledge Church, Service Wednesday 7:19: p.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 1011 N. Temple Avenue ,
,Sunday - . Rev. Willis Rutledge, Ga. Burial was In m.charles Reese, minister. IIIway'301, and$I'lOO .PROMP rllOAD SERVICE
I; II I the Rutledge Cemetery on FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Sunday School 9:45 t : a. av. PHONE 964-5899 !

Special; Monday Aug. 19. OF STARKE Morning Worship 11 a. m. 210 S. Temple': :Starke .All Minor Repairs ;
Singers Welcome
,: I West Weldon St. and Ralford Youth Fellowship 0 p. m. t 617: N. Temple Ave. Starke .

ADD MACHINE ROLL! Road Choir Practice Wednesday, ,.. . .
PUBLIC File Folders complete line office I ; ... .
INVITED Sunday School 10-00 18 p.1ft."v. .
supplles.The : : a. m. .
I Telegraph. :
Ph 964-6305. 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship; Robert D. Burch. SUPPLIES Inc.: LAWSON
6:00: m. C. A. Services 7:00p.
p. ; : -.' '.
Rev. '
Buddy Mercer, Pastor I BIC PENS. Ball Point ne- Wednesday: 7:30: p. m. Mid- Featuring Ace Hardware OF STARKE.,: INC.'
I Schedule "
Tele of services: Sunday '. .
fills. Bradford County Week Prayer Meeting. : .:' COLD STORAGEWe
School 10 "
a.m. 11 Paint
graph. Worship, Complete Suppliesand Lunch '
Pastor Richardson. Buffet
: Lester F. !-:- fl.25 "
a.m. and 7:30: ( p.m. Training: : Specialize In Custom Slaughtering -
Union, 6:3O: p-m. Rev. Jack Sporting Goods 11 A. M.. to. '2:PJ.d1: .

: IIOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Stolte pastor.KINGSLEY I Cutting and Wrapping :
SOUTH (CIIUI1CII I! OF CHRIST [Highway 100 at Therewa] LAKE BAPTIST "Check With Us First" Buffet.Dinner'-=.$L75 Prepared for Deep FreezeWIIOLESALE

f '
Training Union-6:30: p. m. CHURCH 219 Washington St. 964-5270 5 P, M.to0P.M..' I !

Morning Worship-11 a. m. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. i .

STARKE Sunday School-.10 a. m. Morning Worship 11 m. U. S.-301 North -''Ph. 964-760. .. AND, RETAIL
Evening" Worship-7:15: p. m. Training Union 6:15: p. m. :
-- Wednesday Night Prayer Evening Service 7:30: p. m'l II J>>Phone 961-7059.

i Invites YOU To Hear I Servcea-7:30:: p. m. Rev. Merle Midweek Prayer Service FLORIDA \ '

Packham, pastor. Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Come .. DAD &..BRAD,SALESMODULAR
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH let us worship together. Rev. .
Allen Price, pastor. EST 4\\ NEW METHOD
Sunday School. 10 a m.; HOMES
Morning Worship, 11 a. m; PINE LEVEL BAPTIST .
THE GOSPEL OF CHRIST Evening!: Worship, .7:30: p. m.; ONTROLIGOMKAlCa l''
Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m.: Sunday Scnooi, lo a. m 24-Ft, Wide'f.'.: : .
Wednesday-Rev. J C. Hes Morning Wwshii. 11 a. u New OwnershipYour
Pr-8ervioM [Booster band. Also 12-Ft.'Wide .
ters, pastor : Certified Master
a CHURCH OF GOD I Young PMfia, aa& Prays HOMES ,.

Service]. 99. m. Evening: ., MOBILE.; i.. .. .,,' ." Dry Cleaner

BEGINNING 423 N. St. Clair St. Starke. Worship 7 l* m. Midweek 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. Campers. and TraveKrailers. .
AUGUST 26TH Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship Free Moth-Proofing -
Service. Wednesday. 7:30: p Phone 964-5745 .
Services, 11 a m. and for FREE Keystone Heights
7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting, m. E. R. Bowers, D. D. pastor. Free Pick-Up and Delivery

: EACH NIGHT AT 7:45 FrIday Williams 7:30,: pastor.p m.-Rev. L. S. BOATDRAIN CHURCH STARKE BAPTIST Inspections: and Estimates and Lake Genera-Ph. 473-4320 311 N. Temple Ph. 964-5704

: Located 3 Miles South of Starke on 301 ST.CHURCH.MARK'S STARKE EPISCOPAL Sunday School 10 a. m.

t Sunday services: Holy Eucharist Training tuba 7 p. m. EvenIng .EDWARDSGrocery

8:30: a.m. Family Service Worship 8 p. m. Prayer CO.
10 a. m. [Holy Eucharist, 1st Meeting, Wednesday. 8. p m.- and Market
I BRO. HAROLD DOWDY and 3rd Sundays. Morning Rev. Virgil Lovett, pastor.
Prayer, 2nd and 4th Sundays Official Class Rings Better Service For Your Groceries Meats Feed

]. J. Thomas Staab, BAYLESS HIGHWAY
Rector. BAPTIST CHURCH Keepsake Diamonds Title Problems GAS AND OIL

SPEAKERs NORTHSIDE BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a. m.: BULOVA WATCHES Abstracts Jack and Gladys Edwards ,

CHURCH a.Morning m.' Training Worship Union.Service 8:30 11 142 W. Call St. Starke Title Insurance U. S. 301 South Starke :

I Located on Baying. Highway p. m.: Evening Worship 7:30 Phone 96..
: -706.1 158 W. Call Ph. 961.6881 PHONE, 964-5312
[SR 225] at Ralford Road p. m.

s i Hear Bro. Dowdy on WPXE\ Radio Services:(Sunday SR 161.] School, 10 Prayer Me't1nSWed.) l. 7:30:

p. m.; O. A. Meeting. We _, CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc.
a. m.; Sunday Morning Worship :
7:30: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 25TH 8:30 A. M. 11 a. m.; Training Union Wed.. 7:30: p. m.: Brotherhood Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Counties "Helping Our Members Live Better 1.0
9:30: p. m.; Evening Service meeting, last Monday
7:30: ; Midweek Prayer Service. In each Electrically"-Keystone Height=: Phone 473.4911 .
month. Ray. David t
Wednesday 7:30: -Rev. Glenn
I MiM< uxM, pastor, .
Lawhon pastor 'I'I'I I

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'paraUon) and layout. I few day;. derson-Show lu Tampa last Sun I Ulei'Uon will be held in .BmJ- fubllu Defouilor Eighth Jud- Htructloni, Districts. 8 and 4 I see, the Capital, this tK* -1flr.l.*
I tfevc> Gl Bill Applies To All Boatwright fuiil, Cuuuty. !, l aittlu: of Florida, icial Circuit! County Surveyor: I day of August A. D.. lIt88.-
Also landowers Lendea has re day afternoon.
I many may on Tuesday next succeedingthe I' State Senator tor the following I TOM ADAMS I
Who find themselves eligible for os- turned from a week's visit with Mr., and Mrs. Virgil Grl'fls first Monday In November. Senatorial Districts: I have In hereunto TottUndny let my Whereof hand and tj SECRETARY bf d'1'J1oJD"SmAL :!
Served salil l Tuesday Seventh
A D. the
/ Alter Jan. 37. 55 slstance and cost-sharing under her uncle and aunt Mr, and! and: family of Palatka. were visiting belnirtli 1088* fifth day of November Member of the State House arflxadtha Great Seal.' of ( ) Afit"A '
ithe Agiflcultural Conservation Mrs. Bill Woodard and family her mother Mrs. Nellie tofill the follow III''" of- of Representatives for the Stat of Florida at. Tallahas- ; ,

: Benefits of the new' OI Bill tees a :portion of loans made Program. Again, the county forester in Clearwater. Terry and Jim Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy Bock and tltVH.I'lllti-d: States Senator; Sixteenth Following and House Seventeenth Dlatrlcta.: .-- ,
aTQ limited! Vietnam veterans I through commercial lenders.On can be helpful at no mie Woodard are visiting here Lynn 'on Sunday. Angle remained H",urPH ntHil\,, In Congress, County Judge
but apply equally to those who ,home loans the VIA. 'will guaran- charge to the tree farmer. in this week. for a few day's visit. Mr. for l ,tinSnund<.t; ConxreHHlonall Sheriff Clerk! of the Circuit Court Keep It BeautifulIf .
served In the Armi: 1 Forces anytime te up to $12,500 on the loans. recommending ,which type of Mr. and :Mrs. H. C. Harley and Mrs. Malnes. Grlffis and Thu". buttes of the Sup Tax Assessor.

after January 31, 1955 ac On farm real estate loons, up to forest management assure A6C were in Avon Park for the week. children of Palatka were also "t'Phu'One Jiidf Court- '>f the District Tax Collector. of Public In- America hIred people for the Job, It would taker. Ih*
cordlne'to M. T. Dlxon of the $4,000, and on non-real estate approval.. end visiting her brother and ,visiting the family on Sunday.Mr. C'"u rl of Api, .al fur tii) FirstS HtmcUon largest sort of army to keep our country free of.!litter.(
Flodda:Department of Veterans farm loans up >to $2,000. The Eligibility may foe granted: depending sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. B, E. Reddish |pdlatc DlHtrlct. Supervisor of Elections -But there's no need to hire anyone. It's a Job we can
One Cmmunlseionor FloridaPUhhe Member Board uf County
Affairs, St Petersburg VA ,will make direct loans for on the partcular tract, Clyde Starling. Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Claud- Rowe ,, Scrilcc. ,." OommlBlon Commissioners, DIst'l!.:is 1, 8, do for ourselves. All of us. Every family that spradi
'Vf teratis> o had at least '181 homes: !1 In certain: areas. on any of five different management John Trlbula of New York are attended the funeral of Jim State'! Attorney Eighth JudI- I andI/ picnic lunch. Every boatman who cruises the lakes arid
day of active duty serviceahypart Medical care: The, ,V-A.- provides practices: removal of II' visiting the Harleys this week. Rowe in Macclenny on Tues. -cial Circuit .Member Board of public In- waterways. Every motorist who uses our roads,eIf4
of which occurred after hospital' care for r all vet desirable trees, thinning of an Mrs. Trlbula Is .Mrs. Harley's day. Mr. Riwe was Claud's -uncle I highways. \

JfcnJ; 31.11955-and have an honorable erans who\ served in the Armed existing stand, .close prur.U: of sister. and Mrs. Reddish's cousin. : It is the pleasure of the U. S. Brewers ,Association t' ::11
type discharge are entitled Forces after January 31?,,1955, truks of potential timber trees, ,Miss Arthurlne Blanchard of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey aid,\ NEED READY Gl\ each year to give its fullest support to the Keep America! IJ I
to the following federal whether their service Is classedas site jprepartion; to ready for Jacksonville spent the weekend children spent their vacation :
seedlings, and pic nting with Miss Enza Blanchard. On Beautiful Campaign. Remember: Every Litter Bit Hurts.,
Ibeneifts planting !
: wartime or peacetime, on the camping at Virginia Beach and
This is our land. Let's treat it right. ,.''. ;, ..a'
Mr. and Mrs. ,
iEducational! assistance: Fulltjnife same basis as veterans of earlier of seedlings. Sunday afternoon Chlncoteague, Va. They visited CASH
payment for college-type wars. It Is necessary, Prevatt said, Fred Dye and sons, of Fort Mr. and Mrs Drew Reddish .
.that advance consultation before Lauderdale and Lake Geneva: I C CFor UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. ,',
training ranging from $130!) a Tp priority goes to men need- and family in Wilmington, Del.. I
njojith for a single veteran to Ing treatment for service connected management work commences were visitors earlier in the spent\ a day Slght"eirlg''in'New I P.O. BOX 273 WINTER PARK. FLORIDA 32789 :

$ITS for a 'veteran ;with two de- or service aggravated : -fee' made If cost-shar- week. York City, and another In Washington .. t.I t.
pwMents. with $V() extra ;for disabilities. If a bed Is available Lag payments are to be ap :Air. and Mrs. Charles Shu- D. C. i Back to TIIYIE I

each additional dependent. a veteran may /be: admitted proved. ford spent. ten days with theirsoninlaw I
,(Wgh Schools: The lame pay. for any disability requiring Your Florida Forest Service / and daughter, Dr. and ., 'School Needs?
melts}, are available ''to a vet- hospitalization U they are un office, telephone 064-5436 Starke Mrs John Wright, and family In ('ollrt 'Of.Tim. rounly ..IildKP.llrmiroril ;
ern. while he completes high J able to pay for treatment in a or telephone: 406-4331 Lake Butler in Tampa Klorhln. In Probnte.Count. r. Hln.. Of.
s&ibol without losing any GI private. hospital. will be pleased to help on Visiting Mr, and Mrs. B. E. In re th*' ICmate of Ethel \iCLOTIIING FOR TilE CHILDREN '.
Epl eligibility :for advanced ed- Automobiles: An allowance of request.LAWTEY. Reddish on Sunday were her !Mundy To All AVhlte.) Whom Dec rnsed.It Concern REGISTRATION FEES
u&ittlonal benefits. $1,600 toward the purchase of brother and slster-indaw. Mr. : I
VVVttyttnt.V'W.VytVW'; and Mrs. Ray Dorman, and son =Notice /IMhereby given that
ticeship on. job, a specially equipped automobile
_Tllln W. White .Jr, has flied hit) OR VACATION EXPENSES CAN BE
f 4m ,training: Payments for for veterans with certain severe of Gainesville, and Mr. andMrS, Ylnal report an Executor of the CONSOLIDATED INTO ONE PAYMENT
a enticeship q on-ttie-Jota disabilities. suffered while in H. Raker of Crawfordville. estate. of Kthel Mandy White
deceased; that fitful his
tr g. based on .six months I service.In Mrs. J. T. Young of Athens, petition foi rnaedl r I

D OdS begin at $8{) per month addition to'VA benefits, Knut: BUnchard Gar .and Mrs,, Harold Sapp ,of nrKlthat 4)ounty) judge he ,iwlll: of applv nrad to 'n"l Come See Us! 9 ,
}he first period for a single veterans who served after Jan By Miami\ :: are spending some time Cnnnlv Florida, nn the

1 v t1eran, with added paymentsf uary 31.1955 are also entitled to a&&i&&a&&&& &&6A with A., C. Pearce and,,visiting' ,ifiroval veterans with dependents. civil service !preference In fed- Mrs. Pearce who is'In'R1i'erside :..cJlBflmrkfl.: ah'' "' Kx....utor of ap'i
F rm Cooperative training inc eral employment and to Job( SCHOOL NOTES Hospital for treatment1.!:' .. |i> Institutional v Parents, who 'u>lll have children Mrs. Is Fearce'sdaughter 1. on thin 13th day of ,I
\:: courses, pay- counseling and placement by the bung Mrs. August, 1BOM.
;pts range upwards: from 9105 :Department of Labor and.state In Kindergarten or first and Mrs. Harold Olin W. White Jr. IJbtl |
a onth.ocaUonal. employment service, officer. grade In Lawtey Elementary Sapp's granddaughter j :t( }:.':,'drwh e, floreaHed estate of I $25.00 TO $600.00 "
fUght'tralnlna: Dixon advises that for further School this term, will,register Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Peterson 8/15' 4t 9-5

P menu cover 90 per cent of information on any of these them en or before Wednesday, of Arlington were weekend visi- .. .._ I TOWN FINANCE COMPANY 111p
28. Those entering
established charges, for benefits, veterans should, con Aug. tors of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. LeeiKaren Be It known that 1, Tom '
ntlht training for veterans who tact. their local Veteran County dergarten ,must be live years and John Lee; and Beth > li'l118. Secretary of State of I 226 Phone
'N. Ave.
old .before January 1 and those the Rtate of Florida do hereby Temple 964.7449
hate the equivalent license of a valid' Service Office or write P. O. for) the first grade must be six MIxon........ .-attended-.-.-.- the Jimmie Hen- I give' notice that a General ,
prfyate pilot's Box 1-437, St. Petersburg Fla. I ." -
QI Loans: The VA guaran- before January 1. There will be .

1 k.: day some except one at Saturday the school and every Sun- I .,. :

Should Apply.For Seedlingslandowners day from 8:30: a. m. to 3:30: 'Tj' "
I p. m. I "'''

I : And Tree, Farmers On, Saturday of last week eSh' QICJ- : 'KG REI; 2,464 OF, 8"I ',.-.
I about 45 members of the First zwa.

Baptist; Church enjoyed a picnic HOT DOG ORHAMBURGER '
Orders for pine seedlings for helpful suggestions on land pre- at;.Picket Lake at Bran ,f=--
planting are now being taken, ually starts in December. ford. They met at Middle Florida : '
according to County Ranger J. County Foresters County Ran I ,
Baptist Assembly Camp.Mr. .
C.Prevatt|,' Jr. of Bradford andiron gore County Agricultural: I and Mrs. S. D. Andrewsof : 'ROLLS .; i
Counties. Landowners Agents! and ,S,33 Technicianshave Wildwood announce the arrival ,
ad* tree farmers wish'tW''plant .application forms which of a son on August 14. T
Befdllga during .the late faU' facilitate advance ordering of Mr. and Mrs. a. W. (Bill Anders -
Wi ter months upcoming: should the seedling stock for planting.The announce the arrival of a 239c'I'

'I make application as soon as pos trees are sold at produitlon son, Gregory Scott, August 16. O '
silje. cost In units of 1,000, or more. CHURCH ACTIVITIES

for the ,pgM4 dgl, Prevatt suggested also that Methodist: Sunday School as 'BANANA LOAF : -i t
years '
FS( s
has led all other-, tates Iii landowners ,why, are InterestedIn 9:45: p. m., Worship 11 a.,m. and IsAwtlUAatr. 1ODODiNutrDly.rHIU ,: {'
trop planting; Prevail said: planting pines, 7:30 Choir practice -35: AUGUIf 77 /4eh
.. thereby .urn- : : p. m. 7 p.m. CAKE Cluumr RIGHT'; RES/UfO ", t
nl ,the three Florida Forest Ig lost or :oiprodUctive acres flits and MYC 7:30: p. m. Wednesday, .
Be vice' jiurseMes expect a sell- profit should Installed by i
: contact the coun-J MYF officers were GILLETTE SUPER
ou of the 70!) million seedlings ty forester in his own county. Rev. Denton at evening service YOUR CHOICE: iIMIT. (orni WITH s.oo o* MOM IDOD OROI* I
not growing: Lifting of the The forester can study a pro- Sunday. They are Brenda Jones, AIMLESS S
young trees for transplant. us- posed planting site and make I President; Madron Duck, Vice- : 1

,. president: Cathy Scott Secre- BLADES UB" COFFEE SALE! I' r rt

tary; Pam Tye, Treasurer;
Wayne Bennett, program Chair. '::1

; trfanr: John> Lee,' entertainmentand t' 5'fs 4 4 MAXWELL IJ.J "
r.I .
: First refreshment Baptist: Sunday chairman.School SAVf 304 1 C1"'j r '<: .'".' '' HOUSE Ibca's triHALO t 4 FYNE TASTE Ib bag ; :

9:45: a..ItJ.}.., Worship 11 a. m. I ," :'
and 7:30:: p. m. Training Union HAIR. -- :I
; Business Directory 6:30: p. m. Midweek services 'REGULAR 14 0 e eh.e-A1 .

: Wednesday.Church! of 7:30 Ood: ':p.Sunday m. Schobl, SPflMY_ ;IJCTRA HOLD / : ; 5 8' [Off f l, 29", I

130& .. !
: I 10 a. m., Worship 11 a. m. and 49 ,. +
7:30: p. m., YPE Wednesday 7:30p. : CAN C .I,

Auto Sales & Service" I MOTORCYCLES m. SAVE sot ..................................................i........ '
: L: I Highland Baptist: Sunday ............... .a.......... ......e........... .................................. t i '

rParrish Motors r: } HONDA t teMONTESA School 9:45: a. m.. Worship 11 j
I.I and 8 m., Choir BBY'5 17ex CANSSAV116t
2. 2-&tf a. m. p. practice 5
7 'Prayer
p. m. FOR
BAIJ5SX< 'sl\ 11ft" PfASI .
SERVICE MOTORS ft: JDYCLES( CO. Wednesday 8,p. hi. WB ER RI iS. 1001 PKGS 41/ 1 I.
honoredwith STR A 4 .
Blllle Anders Jr.
.ABT9'Always Bee Honda's Hot 3601 was .................... I PEAS OR ..
a party on Saturday afternoon \ ,c. ,
4949 Blinding Blvd. SINGLETON FROZEN -
!In celebration of his fourth "

)121.: Lanr.Good St. Used Pia,.SS6-ban 6lSf MOTORS Phone A 771-8244 CYCLES eight birthday_children anniversary.enjoyed He playing and i S H R B i KIP" ell EO L E .........Box....PK0............19 C.O.. R N GOLDEN KERNEL OR WHOLE $100 .:. i ,

ACADEMY 4949 Blaridlnfc Blvd. 771-8344 games and his grandmother, CRINKLE CUTOR WEDGE CUT CREAM STYLE ...1.. .

; American MUSIC v. Tanner served Mrs.O.1., ,birthday, and. Anders'.Diann cake, and Bennett fruit LORD; MOTT .BEITS.JAr..J.A..10f, ::: : TEXIZE FLUFF RINSE ..................... 1..GAIION GVBd 79# .,: 'i iL : ,-

: Hairstyling Paulus ..Music Co. punch ,, ., '
I J ,Mr. "and, Mrs Richard, Carter : Batk-to-School; .: :'' f
: Academy Band 8t string Instrument. and children spent last week at 4 S
81)L W. Mole oe asZS: ; I91! Interlaebent.oq Mirror, Lake E '
V Gibson Gurtara & Amplifiers : S1 I
While there they celebrated the t p ec .
: RiversideHairstyling 4 School i "
Supplier Instruction fourth birthday\ anniversary of .
: Roberts Recorder their daughter Donna, ,with a : ,
I. Music Ltbrsry-Expert party.The.( children had p grand FRESH FILLER
: Academy Repair Department time playing together. Ice .U.S., CHOICE aEEi O /t
C689 Park 8-, S88-M37 I 41 W. Monroe 353-8447 cream and birthday cake were I l :
.. .
: II Modern styling I served to Donna andher, 14 'CHUCK PAPER .
Qualified Instructors guests Grandparents: Mrs. and FRYERS 'r ;i.S i.
PIANOS .. .. .
Ao/sredlted VA Approved Mrs: George p. gnuford and Mr. 500 COUNT .
: c
Pay or Night Classes and Mrs. Oscar Carter, were S1fiAIC[ :
For Musical Advice there for the occasion. S .
ELECTRIC MOTORS C. CARTER .MCB ..Lonnle Prescott ,of Kingsley .
Lake was Sunday dinner guest WHOLt -I : 68C :

: Peavy: Brothers ol his sisters, Mrs. Hattie Dar- BAGGED c : :

: Electric Co. l ley and,Miss Slnha.presc tt. Mr. 5. 8 FREE BOOK COVERS ,: G. ,'
and Mrs. Darley and '
children: of Starke visited in the SUPPLY PURCHASE!
t B4'Idserviced.Repairede Chlckertrig: and Other afternoon. .. dar, r
'j Generator*-Starter* Name Brand Pianos ,Joey, Bennett spent. last week 1 reh 1 .;-; 4 4II \
Armat.rp Rewinding\
,, Io44 KIMBALL "SWINGER" with his cousin Andy and Ryan .-
Uaox 387-2328 / .
ORGANS Williamson ,in Macclenriy. and a IHlIt CUf ROUHH I /IBM RIPE .,.":,... '
TERNITY WEAR Roosevelt Mall 888-8519 this week the boys are visiting e
with Joey RIB: OR BONELESS .. .

SEWING CENTER Visiting Mr. and Mrs.,Pierce } .OJ' "

: brother-in-law and sister, Mr w''t F6 25 ; L t 1tg :

:1-- H. & N. and Mrs. W. H. Richardson, of 4 savteoe 1' .. .. .'
Orange Park. On WednesdayMrs. '

."'= "" SEWING CENTER Crews and niece, Mrs. W. 'ci\;
: F.; ,Atwood. 'and son, BUI Jr., : GROUND i FIRM GREEMCABBAGE

Console Mode makes fancy designs spent the day In Jacksonville. CHOICE '

"Jtaciuonyllle'a" Moat Complete monograms;, Mr. and Mrs.'Earl Denmark.! :" BEEF _: Ir:.
: *hop for :Moth r-to-B: overcasts, sews on* buttons, of! Jacksonville spent the week. .t.,;,
make button holes & blind end with Miss Mary Julia: Futch a5
: I jjupY'sMATERNALANE- stitched. No attachment* and Mr. and Mrs. John Wyrlck 6c .'r.' .

Demonstrators $48 or $6 per in Tallahassee.Mr. 9 r 18 -.aFRESH :J..

1U07 Park St. 835-5015 mo. Call Jax 771-1850: and Mrs. Vernon Teston Ibsi *:
and three children o' Little ,

with his parents Mr. and Mrs'. ..

;: Triumph of tives.Lonnie Teston, and other rela I '. eEL E R y........ ......17 LEMONS ............................DOZENS fs2ffH

I "i r. .'Jack!ii>soii i 'ills LIITLE.DUDEWestern grandson Mrs. George, Richard Roberts Roberta and !

TRIUMPH Store were visiting last week with
Xca To O50co.Ae.y.
It ""'"+ Pad--Service Western,Clothing, Leather Mrs. Rn114ts' niece, and;! .'ne -
.Uiieot: Mot reyclo In Stock! goads, Saddles and Trailer!! phew. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
L28 rhllllpa Hwy' U. S. I 8. Charles & Sharon Petty Weaver,t and family in Boyntoii
9 ok 0nvtl]. 859-7245 I, 002 8. EdC( wood 384-1210 Beach. Melanie and Stephanie t tI
t_ returned with them to spend a .
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THfJjTtSDAT, A Uo-. 2%. IMS .._ ___ __ 'BRAD1"01U\> -' 'QO'>JPi'J"T1tTE0RAPEi, :-(, 8TAItlCT>. n.OIMDA f n. .. ,_ __ __ n_ Section.1...... Vac ..........,..n.
I r: ;
.' 'f Air. Force Commen- ...."..........y........................ .m Emma for '.
detergent la soft or hard wa-r the 17, 8.: Conservation Continues to( 'Alex and Morton I .
dation Medal &t Stewart, Air Effort taking him tore. RULED LEdALSteno ,p" c;.: .

,NEWS And NOTES T1For ter.For !/absica of cotton linen Force Bnlt'In., TennwtaBe. To Aid Farmers And SENIOR Our next meeting'will be held Notebook, Order $O.3e;

{ and man ade fibersIf : ,. 'Sgt. .GrlffU was'' ,decorated' Ranchers .: CITIZENSThe on August 27 at 1 p. m. at the etc. -, Bradford Count/. T to"' >-

Today's Homemakers whiter or colorfast. use for meritorious service"*s ,Recreation Center on Pratt St. ,..apb."
either soaps .or detergents; light fuels specialist at, gJTapao'Air- The Agricultural Conservation$ be approved for the full amount ... .,, AA. --Joo Kerrigan .u

By Martha Sue McCain duty for lightly; soiled fabrics. field in Thailand;'His 'outstanding Program/ continues to be effective 'requested. The ASC county Commutes I regular meeting of Senior ....
heavy du.ttifor those more professional skill 'and., helping Bradford Coun carefully considers: aU NEW CORPORATION
County Extension ;I heavily soUacl' knowledge aided immeasurably ty's farmer and ranchers solve 'requests and allocates funds tan Citizens t ho'jirti !it was was held very Aug hot weather 13.. AI-\ CHARTERED HERB GLASS -=:

florae Economics Agents -If not Colorfast, use l light- in dispensing ,nines than conservation problems on their ",partially to help accomplish; the
a large number of members
.. duty soaps or detergents.For a million. gallons' of'' fuel per 'land, according to !Mrs. June most needed\ and enduring con turned out. Secretary of State Tom Adams FOR EVERY PURPOSE :::...
..lr. --. ,. li fabrics "of wool and silk and contributed to ,the 'vital Chapman::: ASCS county office i i I[ servatloa work. The county allocation The Afternoon was has announced the chartering '-
: ; y and for blends ot these with other role, and -success' of .!the Air manager. Some 140 farmers and '' for 1968 Is. $22,880, and spent quietly playing games, I of the following corporation: l'.IUI.AO'rs' ;4141
)ECQRATIVE WINDOW to place new bars of soap In fabrics: *...,1 Force mission In' Southeast :-anchers}Jn the county are 'participating $18,996'has been obligated for, conversation, and refreshmentsof 'Saf-Way .Salvage Inc 213 N ..
|I tyrSHADES,, stored luggage! and in dresser -Use light-duty i. detergents or Asia. 'in the program so far cost-share approvals.The ) I iced tea coffee and cookies. Cherry St.. Starke. 1,000 shares FOR EVERY PURPOSESHEA'S
We all wish
o I r I Sta'rkeKtydalSYw m m drawers to Impart a fresh; soaps. ? *. Sgt. Grlffls to now at Sewartin his'year.The .. ,, county>I office mandrel\ Jackson for to'thank her donation Margaret -i Of common .at $1 per share.. rnq
W [ dogl.jjhades come withoutcur cleon aroma. A newer angle on -K heavily, soiled use a I.' unit' of the. Tactical Air county office manager explained urged farmers and ranchers plastic for of Dealing in: demolishing wreckIng
covers our to- :
I alns,?:-or) draperies and this idea is to stash soap under heavy-duty detergents.NEWS Command. that under the ACP the with conservation problem on bles. game or d'ssembllng! bu&ness Ii-: '
cre ,te a new note in decorating.Th ipholstery cushions for the Federal Government shares. I their land' to'visit the'county corporators: T. Jackson Sr.. GLASS CO.' ::,:
come"'In a wide range of same purpose. I 'rr..Ters7v.. .VVVv.aTv. .- vlth farmers and ranchers the >office, ,it they have not alreaoT. 'On-\: best hopes and prayers go I Margaret L., Jackson. Leonard 372.4315-372-4352 .
. 1. to Senior Citizen Mike Donahue, V. Moore, all of Starke, Filed -
rev colors, textures and de -: : :- most of carrying out approved\ done >so. Although funds are I I III N.W. 4th H. .
slg 8! anff can be used with Don't expect to "come clean" Colored. Citizen. conservation practices. In this limited, all requests wUl receive who entered Alachua General August 12 by Theron A. Yawn. Gai..m. _
mu h versatility and decorat unless they have adequate room ABOUT / ''T' t J vay ''.'Conservation p ,rtMj' ,'' consideration and the ASC county I Hospital last Friday. Thanks go ,Jr. I ".1""

ing I There',are more patterns, to Jog around In'the wsher. For NewsRECREATION ,ihlp" is formed to accomplish committee may be able to offer .
candy! stripes textured effects best results, avoid overcrowdIng needed conservation work so vi- some assistance 'I :
such as shantung, and woven the machine-and use sufficient SERVICE MEN tal for the cotitlrued! strength The ASCS county committee' '. "
reed and rolnbow range of col soap or detergent. : NEWS and, well belnq of the Nation. may be able to 'otter. some as 1 I aOe4

orscoratii'e! Pointer on' Soaps .AAAAAAAAAA.J3........-. The new'center" hours: >are 'Development, and conservation sistance. '
trimmings range' Specific laundering jobs require scheduled as follows. for,' the f jfthe Mil water, and wooJ ; The' ASCS,county office Is loegt.d I ....
froth ready-made fringes and specific types of soaps and MAJ. COLLINS NAMED Reno Recreation Center Fri land resources ou the farms and ( In' thr nw Agriculture ....
bra ids to do-it-yourself appliquesan detergents.The LEGION, OF MERIT' day and Saturday. : nights: ages'ranches throughout the O''>un ''Building and office hours are ,. .
I designs. Brass curtain .following recommenda Maj. William O. Collins. r.formerlY' 9 to lit: from '8 'to 9:30.: .'ages try Is necessary In order to as' from 8 to 430. .....
rings and plastic: butterflies I tlons take Into consideration the. 'of Starke. recently 13 to' itf. from 9:30: bo 11.: There sure a continued abundance of' .....
make unusual\ custom pulls.There amount of soil, the kind of fabric returned from Vietnam where will be no exception to. these. :Cod and fiber. i I s:
Is versatility and decorative the color-fastness of the he was assigned! as Mainten-- rules. I. Borne' of the approved conservation ,I ,* ,. 111Ilh ,'"
Impact in the new In- i dye, and the hardness of the ance Staff Officer Headquarters Parent are asked to please !practices being carriedout I 'S Zy' .n
stalatlon Ideas the 10. and down water No one type of soap or I Field Force Vietnam. cooperate with visits the center In the county under the ACP a; P ...
types have shades at the bot-- detergent is best on all counts Upon 'his departure. Mal have conferences with the 'irei .Establishing or improving : AG Iliii M

tong. and at the top that pun to For laundering Ughtty'-sMlei MaJ.olllns: was awarded the director to be Informed about .permanent pasture treating I ...
met in the middle. There Is fabrics: *" Legion of Merit for exception. the center and help supervisehe farmland with' timing! !! materials >tV
"bq toms ',up' 'type Installationat -Use light-duty detergents in ally meritorious conduct In the children. ,'planting or improving tor" .'
poor or sill level with coris soft or hard water. performance of outstanding SCHOOL NEWS est trees and planting summer ...
forGeasy j] side operation. If you -Use I'.ght-di.ty: soaps In soft service. 'The citation read. In School bells :rang In Brad- or winter protective covei, "
want to ,be adventuresome try a I or softened water. part: ford County for the 1968-69> crops .
.single color at candy\ stripe at; the other or for heavily soiled fabrics In a technical and practical knowledge ) Monday for teachers. ACP cost-share amount to less Ask '
thee are other suitable combinations .top-loading washer: Maj. Collins assisted Students will answer the call !than one-half of the total cost can be s-' ,a :.
\ that can be used in the -Use heavy-duty detergents, combat units in Improving!I Tuesday. Sept. 3. When happy .of performing the'conservation CharleyE. ....
rooms of your home. either high-sudsing or low-suds their materiel readiness posture faces will enter the educa--I practices. 'The participating/ THE PERFECT PERSONAL t ...-.
Besides shades on windows tag type in soft or hard water. and the operational readiness tional building with great en farmers and ranchers bear the "nL
you can..t tMI: attention to French -Use heavy-duty .soaps In soft. 1 of combat equipment throughout thusiasm. major part of' the cost them FINANCIAL FILE .
the II Corps Tactical Zone. KINDERGARTEN selves. Total assistance requenl l'
doors, disguise closet shelves or softened water. .
and perhaps 'perform ither ima- For general laundering and "As a result of his keen fore To; all. parents I You $!1U ed by the county's farmers and JohnsAbout FOR YOU,! 1 '
glnatlye: decorative functions.It's I for heavily soiled fabrics In a sight and meticulous attentionto have an' opportunity to register ranchers under the 1968 ACP .
detail, logistical problemswere through July'31' amounted, to
-:- -: -:- : '" your kindergarten children. ,
washer-Use: drastically reduced, allowing aged $55,00SInce( ( program funds'
a well-established custom -sudsing five years old on ,or before \\ .
I / three battalionsizedunits January 1, 1069, at. RJE!.: tre limited! all requests caunc" This Question: '
to become fully opera High. What could be neatervmore efficient, more

Serving Florida tional in minimum time after Please bring them Tuesday, "After losing my $2800 car convenient all around than ((1)) handy ,

Since 1950 arrival"During In Vietnam the Communist: Tet Sept. 3. All'' children living two Church School) at 10'00 a. m. In an Auto crJilMon[ ,' and checkbook stubs. for quick reference in :;.
miles or more will be trans Morning service at 11:00: a. m. having expensive camera: ....
Offensive Maj. Collins astutely checking on the date and amount of your
o- ported by bus. with the Junior Choir serving stolen I
equipment know
... ,, coordinated a'large number of Give ,your children a head all day. At 3-00: p. m. the Jun- in* value of being, fully in payments and other expenditures plus ((2)) ::
.. ." .... __ ......... emergency resupply requests start with this dhoir PleasanGrove' '
-.r- from U. S.' Army 'and Vietnamese by cooperating: or will sing! at \ sured. The' trouble is, the canceled checks that automatically beqpme .:
program. r 'od the Youth program.Evening all the IDe easy-to-find receipts Open a '1
Civilian"egenclos thpughr<<' .-HtlRCIf NEWS servlce-'at 6"r: p.! 'm. premiums on insure easy-to. ; ,
out the II; Corps Tactical Zone. ance I should carry run to checking account here'now'U bl, : .ft
Mrs Carolyn CordiallyEaves Pleasant Grave Mlth"llld! r Th* Scholarship ,drive wlll I ,..' I
\\.qv..al hundred dollars 'T 'I; f noO
His professional competence annually -
Church Rev. H. P. Hudson terminate\ : at tht is time. All 'p-,
Welcomes aqd. outstanding achievements pastor, ..1'4./ members-'are' asked to please, .- 'Can your 'agency
Representative are in keeping with the highest Church School ...t 10:00: a. m.I| cooperate' with yuur :o/ass,lhandle all mv insurance I: '

Ph. 961-5812 You and Your traditions of the military service A Youth Program will be held .Leader and pay your' pledge. ,'and prorate the premium F LOR I'.' o A'
122 N. Bay St Family to Your and reflect great' credit at 3 p./m.;'The speaker will'lie ,!MN I 'in monthly installments?" :
his unit and the
upon himself Jaunlta .
Starke New Homi U. S. Army." Mss| Griffin member 1 'Vr?..Aia,,?, ',,'". q N I .. '1 ,;.

Purlng Maj. Collins' tour In Church Greater. : Starke.Allen Chapel', AME. *: )\ e4 tractor tire? Charley' ... F. Johns ''."::0......:'..''8','}t'"N'K'" \ 'I I CA'1 I ''r' ,'s. .i'm/A'' I) :,'R,;1(""E' ,, "n
ij-fMni v _ig .', ; ...
Vietnam; his wife also torn "
The Stqtc of FloridaIt : Greater1 Free! Will Bethlehem) Agency .
erly of Starke. 'and their 'four Baptist ,hudch. Rev. Lewis! 1 'v
Is Our Desire 4'Toj' )lake You Feel Welenme.' and children resided in Orange McKay 'pji.ltot, service! schedule 131 S: Walnut St. I Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. =.;
To Acquaint You With Your City. Park. Maj. Collins was "select : 4

ed to atend the regular course! Monday riight-Choir No,_ 9 .PHONE 964-5070 : One of 30 Banks of the Florida National.. .Group... .. ... ..
_' --_' eo ""
t.; '
at the U:: S" Array Command and tTsh!!rs B"itd'NO''. S mocts. WX tf lit' \
If you are newlm the area a phone and Oene-al Staff ColIege."Fort Tuesday" nlghUCholr. .>' No. 1 c

call will bring you.s.
was recently selected for the .. ...,
\ Meeting. :
local hostess.( Please give .
your '''''' ,
We have In stock or can let ', 1' 4' II "'"
J* ''Aher '\' Regular Army.: Hour' I "J >
Thursday night -story
a call! She hall maps and many While moving ,to Kansas, tin Kt the Church. and ladles. Cir qulckTrra your TlAIS.OIL size.Atlas 'ft' .. :! : ..f"t,, ; : t .'.!
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I .Collins family enjoyed a 21- cle. W I. ) .' .
free and wonderfuf'Rifts for ;you ( -, .. ;n
day ,
camping vacation vls'tlng: Friday\ night Prayer Band. p ONI ITO. r, "" '!
from )local businesses. Interesting' : sights In seven Saturday night dinners, will fllVICIOVIt .
states. be sold from the Church kit
I II chen.I Call Your Standard OH

r Sunday School, 9:30: ; Morn- MAN IN STARKEK.

ing service. 1100.: Evening G. DUNCAN
service at 6 P. m. 964-5132,
GAINESVILLE Visitors are always welcome. "

Greater Allen Chapel AME I I Standard Oil Company(fc.JIIJCYL!,! II,MOBIIS
Church, Rev. L, A. Sampson f".L .-.. .1Ii. JIIh .JIII, _' ..... .. .. :
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f. NATIONAl. -' qf Jim Walter' Homes !, ...'

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OL 8MOBrLB .rConirW101AflcrioM .;It
BALES SERVICE' a Stanley Blacker Coats I
Fine Selection of Cmsl C.f* Arrow mess Shuts( LIBERTY NATIONAL CONGRATULATES
Taken On Cadlllnn Tradee Puritan 8wat r. "
2001 N.W. ISth Ph. 87S-B801 Peters. Jackets
Ladles.. .Sportuweiir ""
2 Storm -.13 W. TJnlver,
UNCOLN-MXRCT7RY and Galnenvllla Mall. :
Authorized Sale ft: Serrloe
2201 N. Main Ph. 372-4373

Crane ImportsVolvo Th. 3 ac,OXtORo

Austin HeaJey I I :Shelton loW MONTHLY ,.
> MCJ Wayne* Kidney son of =
608 E. University. Oaln_vllle MUSTANG Mrs; Carolyn Redgrave of BUILT ON YOUR PROPERTY ALMOST ANYWHftttriHISMW
Phone 372-4231 Starke: was appointed! 2nd Lieutenant nape y,. iwr. 10 AUMST ANT SUM Of INTniOR CMUUITIOM ,
Mobile Homes, Inc.Oalneavllida 'I la Co. 53rd '
D. Support
Qualified property owners need no cash -! not even
Beauty Academy I N?
Bn., the local Rational &..ald
i lIW'OU" .Mobile Unit following graduation' Sun 14' for closing c6sts. Jim Walter will build! on your property

POWELL'S Horn Baton! Lot. day from the Florida National almost anywhere with no down payment' //m-

Beauty Academy NEW MOON ICAPELLA Guard Officer Candidate Schoolat II ,HOlnlAI' 1 mediate' 100( )% financing ;is available. Why wait

Learn a PI'oteulon..1D Tom I As lOW as $100 down. Camp Blending 10 rAY 1 any longer?.
Spare Time. Full or Part Time\ 48ZO N.W. 13th 878-1340-' Fifty-three were I
210 N.W. 10th 378-270A commissioned exercises following! In commencement the- CHARLES E. ZIPPEREX Ii li-1!) 0 @lflffi1JB 'fF ."

ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC PAINT & CLASS Camp Blanding auditorium ..sunI Gainesville! District i ......._.. 1

I day morning. Maj. General Henry ,, .. S eTZATlaiAY
W. McMillan delivered the .

Motor Repair Co. Liddell Paint & graduaton was provided address by the, and roiwT"music I National Sales Achievement& Award dplent I I ._ Do because,,' put mortgage oH building money_your,now It sc honN r<..

Of GatncOTUle, Jao. CO Band from Jacksonville Naval ,._alia" .at '
RepalrtnlJRewtndnfNew \ Glass : Air Station. I I 'g it Complete financing mtrf

and Used .. Lt. Kinney .Is -. .....""..- "' I Liberty National Is- proud of the NSAA Award % JhnWohvHomsofftalors.mplfeinformalen wrllf of atop by tt.*. lea.r -

281! N.W. HUh Ph. 81R.'UAFarm Glass- Mirror Sliding Door Bradford High School and is bestowed on'this representative by the National ffon nearest yov. _
now attending the Umverviky u. '
Tub EnelonureB-Sliower: !
and Industrial Furniture Tope$1ndmsWindowsAwning" Florida.He; Is married to the Association of Life Underwriters.The Award, con. in THfPOUOWM + g y Now. the lime to Y.oell >
Equipment farmer Patricia Godbee. In the / lOCMONStJACKSONVILLE: Pe,
ferred successful Life Underwriters
local Guard\ unit he :is assignedas upon .
Santa Fe Tractor, 116 N. W. IBth 312-8101 a helicopter lepalrman. throughout the nation, is for outstanding sales Id* IIHUM Cottage Ih. HAVEN Cattogp

FORDFarm achievements during the past ;..just another ? Send for complete inform don
ImplemeauUSED year. & Stand-How coupon
Airman( 1st Class William H. SptctafaH & Cottage*__ __ __ ___-v ..
EQUIPMENT SEWTNC MACHINES Whitted recently graduated indication, ,that your Liberty National representative FLA. 3220 /-
SALES PART SERVICE from a U."S. Air Force' teats:: J"t"a'I" ( i JIM' WAITER CORPORATION i"
4488 N.W. 6th -' =:"6-2548 nlcal school at Keesler AFB. is considered among the best life insurance. 3281 W. Beaver St. a; aw'te (Mall to the nvareit oHIte) I|
P. O. Box 6248: + .. I would like to know more about your bufUna, end. f
Mtfs. where he was trainedas men in the nation. ,'
National Sewing ..
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GARDEN_ SUPPLIES Phone: 388-1585 financing" plan. PteaM wad IrMjaraloaI ,
a navigation systems repair- I am 'InNrettaJ In a... ,d HomeNAME 0 c.otae- ,I
Machine Co. Inc. man. His 'Wife. Pamela is ins .to watch \ .
& Paris Inc. over yourt" OCALA. FLA. 32G70 ; .
Johnson -
daughter- of retired Master .. ; ; ; ; -- .: : : : : :, ; .vv :f .. : ,. :- I l:
Pine. St. .
3001 S.
Complete lAne Pfaff -Now, DonmN. Sergeants ,' and Mrs. John J. Ht t ADDRESS ',
8EED8PJANT8IDlleCtft'ldPet of Starke. LIBERTY NATIONAL P. O. Box 051 I CITY tTATiL.. ..1"I';
UMM and fopnimemffd" Newman{: Phone: 822-Al1A Call
SuppliesFERTILIZER 4 write
-! or stop by today I T.UpSon- ,.- .+.
Ralrn-Rrpalni, All Make: Gerald liFE INSURANCE COMPANY J BIRMINGHAM. AlABAMA *:, '
: s!?t. M. Grlffls. son I My property It kxatad In CenBlyyI.
'We Rent Fertilizer t1l'l'f'adf' 1 of Mr. ;.and- Mrs. Roy GrlfHs -*. ..... ..
xtir-tnv.' :; 8th ri!h._:8W.-.."78 Cll W. nnlvnrtlty S1IJ..U2 of Routs 1. Lawtey. has recelv- 1.i 1. .. l _,



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U a X -" nan Silt mcAorontf'dart&tv TBUfcoKApn.!: ; stAnnm. n.onm, TIIURSD Y. AUG. It, 1M*

,James McLendon

Among Winners
S A V & L J )
In Story Contest E 4 ,r. A

James McLendon, of St. Au- : I i t 9 ; ) 1 D r, D t
urustlne. son of Mr. and Mrs .
R: P. McLendon of the State
:Farm was among the 300 win LLpL
sera. In the 34th annual Short ,,
Story Writing Contest sponsored A a
.hy "Writer's DIgest" 0 o
"More than 3,700entries were }
received in the 1968 contest. : Y : "
Mr. McLendon, a graduate of r :
Bradford County High School. VI That's right! No Need to Ask for this extra service. With our new Double Wall Double
4s currently employed as a staff
.writer witb the St. Augustine !
Record, and is at work on his BAGS '
thjy are double walled
first full-length novel
OOD STOW and twice as strong as they look. Then look again and:!:you'!! see THEY AtS: DOUELS BAGGED!
( ]till
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By Mra. O. E.: Un .by P R =t ,

& AAAALaAAAAAA.1U1birthday __ s WH'TE2 '
e $
1 1DOI.
,?Johns...;Happy to Mrs Fred ] Et1 f : -- .

Mrs. Beverly Spence of O O > .
:Jacksonville i was a dinner
guest of her parents Mr. and
Mrs. O. E. Crosby and her 3lb.Can.. limit; On W ih 15 00 or Mar Purclm, Excluding Cijor;( .ll.t
grandmother, Mrs. J. L. 1
Johns, Sunday. .: _
Astor Shor
:,:Mr. and Mrs. Mills Kelly of 'e..ing..5'c.
Lake City were Sunday guests : r
,situ Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby CARTON '
and Bute. _

...Mrs. Fronle Moody of Lake $299.
fButler spent Friday night with Topper' (igarette$
Mrs.' J. L. Johns. !F> .... .
,? ,Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby G 1
rand grandson. Speedy, spent 1 4-Pk.12-0*.FISCHER'S
the weekend at their cabin on CHIK Canned. Flavor Including JMSHT limit j 2 w/$5.0O or mara pvnhmt..xclva'lnf/. cigar/ .*****
the Oklawaha River. .' '
Mr.' and Mrs. Charlie Morris Drinks 12/95 Ale or Be.er19.
of Houston Texas are .

spending some time with -Mf. SUY ONE IS' tAR...OET ONE FREI..%-lb.CLARK'S 1<
and Mrs. W. C. Ward.
Mr. and Mrs. Tiny Lovell :

spent with relatives.the weekend Grandpa in Lovell Naples, Zag rout r Clarks Bar

who has spent the last two ,
months with his son Harry ano
,family, will return home with 9O-OS..CRACKIN' GOOD 30 FAMILY FAVORITES SANDWICH I No.3O3 Can THRIFTY MAID 17-01. __ Ho. 303 Can THRIFTY MAID ''

them.A We extend our deepest sym COOKIES...:..............31.1. APPLESAUCE.......... 6/$1. r ilMAMEA I .......... 3/$1. PORK & BEAUS.....10/iT; .

pathy to the Ellery Sapp famUy" 14-o> FANNING TRIAD A UTTEK : flCAL'KlN'; (;i0111y> (CKIiailS: :!\ No. 1 Can SWIFTS PARD "I. "..

"'last in,week.the loss of Mrs. Sapp PCKI.ES..4/I._ COiBIElIC BAGS c d49c COOKIES' 1.For.. $1.00 DOG FOOD.......,,',.......... ?/$!..'

We are sorry to hear, that 12....THRIFTY MAID 3J- *.THRIFTY MAID IRIAKFAST No.303 Can. McMUUIN WHITI ti AO-o& DEEP SOUTH ,

"MM.Gainesville Myra Faulkner hospital. We ls'lrtl"-a' 'tT11f"her tj. CATSUP.................. 6/$1. FRUIT DRIUKS..s..J/$1., ACRE PEAS..............4/I. PEANUT BUTTER.........79, ,*
a speedy recovery. 1 t Jumbo GAlA :a'' .o.. LYKI'S No 303 Can DIL MONTI 4-Roll Pkg.. VANITY' FAIR .. '

and.Mr. family and Mrs.of Edward Milwaukee Wise, were vis'tlng! hU'N'par1 "
ents. Mr. and Mrs.. 'WJ "H'I| T
Br wn. They were also in &!' *
, .1a ksonv1JJe. Mrs. Hill's parI -
I i iiU. Mr. and Mrs. George __
Wills accompanied the Hills on / 1 _. ,
their trip. ;
:Mr. and Mrs. Pat Dickens ',
and family spent the weekend _
in 'Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby 'e .. ..e' .. .. ,.: '
"' ''' __
the and, weekend Mrs..J, L.with Johns Rev. spent and fi IIJS}, [)' 6 ,, :CiB: ... I'SiWe, "18..E i' ';'F, "i"" ,_ _.

Mrs. C. A. Crosby In Linden. ._. .. -'h '''''I .' '"" :. ," ". "" ." __
Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Carterof .
were guests ,of
their daughter*and son-in-law, r I
Mrs and Mrs. Fred Johns Sun. ICOS .tl..149p' .
day and attended church Sun- .
dar night.Jtfr. e 0 0 _
and Mrs. Tate Alvarez W-P iRAND CORN FID 1 : e _.

visiting and Randy Mr. Alvarez's McOoverntAwetfe'sister1? l,, 1 AST B9 _
Mra., Rosa Green In StyVlcent's ; ,," .ti. D D /
Hospital in Jacksonville]: . r
Denise and Dennis ctmTlft' !
son;;:. l Gainesville spent''the" R..STEAK. 69'
weekend with their grandparent 'te:
}, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. cros- .
by.Sunday W-D BRAND BIEF -
guests of Mr. and '
and Mrs. Walter Alvarez were and 5 R I B..s 4',,. HORMEL CANNED u.s. No. 1 RUSSET WINN.OIXIK, .TON .. INC.-CO"'HT-' '' i!'SS
children of Macclenny Mr. MUK L.
and Mrs. Charlie Edwards and O 0'0 a j :..3AMSyl yl NG POTATOES.. 1 0 BAG La. 69
.. .
son-in-law and daughter of "- Pkg.W-D BRAND Ground Chuck or All Mal W-D BRAND REEF PLATE ,
Pe>!Isacola, Mr. and Mrs. Owen .,.

Summers Mrs. Alice Is of spending Hampton.Edwards this of Jacksonville week STEW. :. J99"STEW3.'l. 3,:'4 B. $299 RINES..4 'n. $1 1O:

with .D
Mr and Mrs. Tate Alvarea.

Mrs... Estelle Padgett enter- SWEET POTATOES.4 IB5. 59
a surprise birthday
supper for her husband, LoYd. 2 IYIS
at their home on Bayless Highway : : *
Saturday night. P_. : A
Among those the

Rudy evening Sapp were and Mr.children.and Mrs.Mr. GRAPES 4! ISS.YOUNO 1 CORN 1 eAtS 69*
and Mrs. Gerald Norman, Mr. w r e ADsc9!

family baby ,Mrs.Mr.Ovine and Mrs.Cowart T. and N. BEANS 2 49'# :FLOE 3'9'

\ Norman James Padgett of '' .::
Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs, Roy
Waters and family, .of Lake
Butler, Mr, and Mrs. .Jimmy 1Jt..AJTOR "THI RIAt THING"Orange
Adams of AJach a. Mrs. Eldon
Sapp and Kenneth and Cecil Juice.
:fa jgett. 3I /$1no. ;.

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