Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04460
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1967
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>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04460
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; : AiI! N. merce office There will be a } Farm Bureau for October 7. Farmers Market on Saturday,
' TO MEET: TUESDAY discussion! of temporary win- Which A film was shown illustrating Sept. 30. A fried, chicken sup
I I I ter grazing crops, and Cao Mosquitos Carry Gives $200 For I how Calf Scrambles have per will be served to ,the 234
The Bradford County Cat- forthcoming membership drive bonefltted the cattle industry Farm Bureau members and
Calf ScrambleThe
' tlemen's Association will I President Art Shulz urges all In other areas of the countryby their families. New officers

meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday Sept I members and prospective members Yellow Fever Found HereMosquitos First Annual Calf encouraging young people will also be elected at thl

12: in the Chamber of Com- I I to attend. ; ''Scramble received another to start new herds, or improve flme.!

I (I boost Tuesday night when the I their presert herds. I II

which carry yel- one intersection In Stark Bradford County Farm Bureau I Plans wore also made at I Vott for Ewwell Lawson.
low fever have been found In were checked and the mos !BookmobileFinal
this for the annual
WEATHER BULLETIN! voted to donate 20O toward meeting Boo
37 of 75 placed checked! In fulto was found at three of I I Adjustable Vinyl
Bradford County, County Sanitarian them, the sanitarian said. ; PickupSet expenses of the event planned Farm Bureau Family Night (oven. All size 30 cents ea.

i I I Jack Trawick :old the Trawlck said the moaqui For Spt. 20 I Fe.l/ I I to be held at the Starke State _t The Telegraph_ ___
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.ls County Commission Wednesday tos. domestic to this area
and a program is plan- don't, breed in stagnant wateras The Bookmobile will make a :
ned to eradicate the strain. much as the regular mos final pick-up run through I ,
The State Board of Health I qultos but like junk yards Bradford County on Wednesday c-
plans to set up an area office and service stations. Sept. 20, following the, WATCH FOR '
in Starke within the The sanitarian also reported summer schedule. "
next few months and institute !. that ,the large number of The Santa Fe Regional Library !- I
a DDT spraying: program regular mosquitos In the schedule for final pick- I
here as well as In Clay past: few weeks has Just up of books in Bradford\

: ; c r and Union Counties where about been brought under County is. as follows: BIG SALE NEXT r
4d the strain of mosquitos has control with spraying by the Brooker School, 9.3: $ to 10
also been found. County Health Department
No cases of yellow fever The recent heavy rains a.m.Graham [Mrs. Lefever's]
have been found. Trawick caused l all the mosquitos to 10:15: to 11 am. '
I told the Commission, but hatch out at once, he said, Lawtey [1J] Junior High 1
,' ;;ltiI I plans are going ahead!1 to when water filled ditches School, 11:30: to 12 noon; [21
eradicate the mosquito, and creek, beds that had: been Anderson Junior High, 12:35: I Week On Amana'

: which also causes heartworm dry."About co 1:05: p.m.Starke Judy Canova
I in dogs seven batches Library-1:30: to 2

Four service stations at hatched out at once," he said p.m. Appearing! In .I
Hampton School ;2-15: to( New TV Series '
--------- Jax Carpenters plans and recruit all the help Any books remaining out Starke fans were surprised
I -- I possible ,to make this the beet after this trip should be returned Tuesday night to find "local
Enjoy Picnic carnival in years. As you knowwe to the Starke Library '
\ fl I girl" Judy Canova appearing: !' I MOTOROLA TV'S STEREOS
have beautiful AND
a new
At Hampton Lake as Mammy Yokum in "IJl
school and quite a norrbei "
Jack Crawford Abner one of the season'snow
Members of Carpenter'sLocal of new teachers, so PLEASE, TV comedy aeries.
No. 925, members of let's make a big show of interest Services HeldThursday Judy the daughter' of the COMING TOGay's

their families and friends ,totaling this. :school term. late Mr and Mrs. Ed Can-
I All parents who can help ,
920 persons enjoyed ova was born in
Starke and
at with ,the carnival please: come Jack Crawford, 60, died Monday
& Labor Day picnic Hamp- spent most of her early life Home
ton Lake. or call. at his home near Lawley.ooiii here. In her hillbilly comedy I Appliances
d I s Food for the picnic was' FORESTRY SERVICE In Bradford Couuty oil routines on radio she used to .'
Fried uct. 14, 1UOU, his were J JI
provided by Kentucky FIRE REPORT patents I say she was born in Unadllto -
Chicken of Starke: and included .,.o tale Hamilton it. and Clara Georgia, but that was
the exciting new AUTOMATIC 75 barrels of chicken The Florida Forestry Ser- roweil Crawtord. Ha wan u intended to be more comical
23 gallons of cole claw l 23 vice reported three woods fires retired carpenter and a mem- than factual. !,
III L CONTROLS I gallons of baked beans 150 I our> of the Union Primitive:
w !I;;;;. 111-00 Just DIAL comfortl in Bradford County during Judy was the youngest This Sale is to Celebrate the '
your I dozen rolls, and 18 gallonsof the past week with 19 acres Baptist Church. member of a I
OIL HOPE HEATER His pickles. burned. Since Jan. 1 there I surviving are his waft, Let- ent:d family,musically which tal-I)
top Charles Braawell local man- tie Udwards: Crawford; four
have been 99 fires with 807.11acres group, got their GRAND OPENING OF
Fried Chic I Miss Betty Crawford start
ager of Kentucky burned, as comparedwith daughters In the entertainment
gives you amazing ken, said it was his busiest 71 fires and 4,18 acres ,MI's. Basel Wynn and WJAX. field on I
Judy went
SUPER Ml day since his grand' opening. burned during the same period Mrs. Ploila Abraham, all olackaonvllle on to suc-
cess on the
stage in "Yokel GOODWILL\ INDUSTRIESNext
and Mrs. Vivian
$W fiD MG
FLOOR LnJs AT last year.Rainfall ; Merrill Boy," films, and now televla-'
Lawtey PTA recorded at the VIcKue, Starke; two sons,

The golden louvers in the floor heat outlet are motor driven to three county fire towers duringthe and Darrell Crawford both ion.No
Calls Meeting of uwtey; five brothers, H.R. definite schedule for Door to Us Friday Sept. 15th
rotate back and forth-iweeping the heat over the floor. AH new week ending Monday: New the on
and Louie Crawford: both screening of "m Abner"I ,
in To Plan CarnivalThe River 24 Inches Highland
performance, styling and exciting colon!, this new SIEGLER ; has been
Harold Bruce, announced yet by,
gives you a new dimension in heating comfort.See it soon! 4.3 inches: Santa Fe 2.4 of Jacksonville; the network. '
Lawtey Junior High, Inches. County average 2.70 and Kay. Crawford, all of,Law-
School PTA Is calling a spec- inches. tey; one slater, Mrs. Rose O'Neal
for Tuesday, Sept. Jacksonville; and eight
ial meeting Total August rainfall: New
DENMARKFURNITURE 12, at 7 pm. in the school, River, 8,4 Inches Highland, grandchildren.Funeral services :were held
library. 18.5 Inches, Santa Fe, 7-8 inches in the
2 Thursday
at p.m.
This meeting is strictly for County average for August Baptist? Church with
who wish to or will 1155 Inches Fifty Primitive
parents yearaverage of-
O. M. Yarborough
CO. Elder
help sponsor a Halloween for August, 14,03 In- ficiating. Interment was in the
Carnival and Fish Fry. Parents cnes. family plot in Dyal Cemetery OWN YOUR OWNWESTERN
431 W. Call St. Phone 961.5827 please come and support under direction of DeWitt C.
i your child and PTA. A Clamlflea AA m the TEXIB- Jones Vuneral Home.
This meeting Is to make QUA Pit bring rmmM& ,,

TilE RIGHT POINT for the I
the way you write. Come In I
KEEP'' AQualified and' select;your favorite" .ESTEBBROOK -
fountain pen.TCT.EORAPH. I first fall meeting of the

& Experienced Bradford Committee County will be held Children's Mon- AUTO STOREWestern
I Book
Adjustable Vlnj day, Sept. 11. A tour and
Covers All sizes SO oents ea, luncheon has :.been arrangedat
at The Telrrraph.Vott the Florida State Prison.I ,
for Ewwpll Lawson.JrfeMe Members are asked to meet at I
the Civil Defense building at
Re-Elect ll0: am. The tour will end

I e 1I7eu, at 2 p.m. I

WILLIAM (BILL) Auto Supply Co., a foremost


TYPE WRITESIt's I, Carl AVOI-S'l'Hurst. '7.Mayor iixir' of the leader in the retail business is
ROSSER City or Starke Florida vented, .by vir.In now en-
: tu* of the authority
: me by law do hereby call. a rir.t
Primary. Blactlon: to be held at
; Just In Time the Fire City\ Station by :qualified, :In the voters aforaHid on- gaged in the exploration of new developing -

September 13 1967 A.
CHIEF OF POLICE Tuo.c1I1Yl the .purpose oC Electing.
For the following Officer I markets for of
City Clerk for two year expansion

On July 18. 1967 a Special Election was called to decide If the City Back to SchoolOr Chl Mayor f Of for polio two for year two yean

Voters wished to keep the office of Chief of Police and City Clerk elec. Uruup il, one councilman for
two yoaia. Associate Stores. \We
tive or appointive.Out College Group 3 on. councilman, for are seeking qualified

of 1185 who voted, 921 wished to keep it elective with 242 two yearsGroup 6 on. councilman, for

voting for appointment/and 19 No votes. one year '
InHpector For Said Election: I applicants for ownership of stores in this
The decision of the majority of the people was to keep the office Mm. Ernestine Denmark Mr*.

in the hands of the people and not in the hands of a few. Myitlc Mr*. J. E.Dennis>Hardy, Albert Mr*. Margaret Fo.ter,1(|

In the Chief of Police race on Sept. 12, 1967 you are faced with II td!: William Prevent... Joe Vallnnkt. Mr. and other areas of Florida.

the same decision. .Jo1H John Hlmpaon, Mm.' EthelRaymun.I _
R O. Dan.by,
I am a candidate running for re-election strictly on my own, Mi"*. Ella Mae* Chateen. (Alternate -
depending on you the voter. I don't have the clique behind me which ), Mr. L. N. Plckerln (Alternate Alternate -
). Mra. Ed Ten ley (
tries to put candidates in or out of office if their bidding is not done. ) Mrs.' Peggy Shaller.In .

Do you, the voter, want a controlled Chief of Police or do you still subscribe tetlmony my wberof name, I hereunto aDd *

want it in the hands of the people? cause tile Meal of the affixedthin ald
town to be hereunto
A vote for William (Hill) Rosser is a vote for the People's candidate llffJfJed e the 7th day of Aucut A. D.

that a small group can not buy or dictate to. tinl.tweiDlet..4'Sphetil 1967.(1IItAL! )

Qualified Experienced ATTKHTMerrill MERRILL: EDWAKIHJ Edward CITY Minimum Investment $15,000.00I

RE-ELECT A man who has had 7l/z years CLJSKK 8/17 4t 1/7

experience with the Starke Police Department. "dammuch .
w $ !! - - -

RE-ELECT A man who has served 6 years as your but coolsw 9.s IN ItOTICB'CrRCUIT TO COURT DI'JII'1II1'ID' BRADFORD '
With many important AARON SUMNER SUMNER' *. I ---------------------------------:"---- ------------. -------

A man who has had 12 years business features of KOHIB Plaintiff.. I ,

experience. Royal office typewriters: DIAMOND Adoption of RICHARD JOHN I ADDRESS ----------------________________._________._______ I

RE-ELECT A sober reliable Chief. Full-size' keyboard NOTICE Defendant TO APPEARTo I I ', : I II II
man as your ? Diamond
Pleasant light Royal : Richard J. ,..:

Before you decide who to vote for, check the qualification of each "touch"Full-slz carriage' -light a Address suit are for: Adoption hereby UnknownYou .notffled of Rlohard that I I i I Interested In This Area CI II II I II

candidate and vote accordingly. and silent,too 4 John Diamond has bean. filed'I '
Two-color ribbon In the above earned Court and :
I will try to see each and everyone of you before election day, Roll 'n'Ready Paper Feed cause aerv' and a copy you of are your required nwr to I I II

Sept. 12, 1967: If' I am unable to, please accept this as my asking for Guaranteed for 8 year* C of pleading to the complaint

your vote ,and support. an the Lex Oraen Plaintiffs, Starke AttorneyHon. Florida I Interested In Other Area .0 I I II II
and ill the original In the I
Also Electric office of th. Clark of the Circuit .
Keen the CHIEF of POLICE officein 11th Court day of on September or before, 1X7 the; I II I II

Portables otherwtae the allegation of
the hands of the aid Complaint will b* taken
people. a* oonfeiaed by you. I VAN D. HIPP J JI
And Standard This notice shall b* publlahd

consecutive' ono each week week for In four the I P. O. BOX 2736 J JI

ut, 1987. I
( Pol. Adv.) Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH CHARLES .A. DART, - - - - -
Clerk of th Clroult Court.
By Beulah M. Moody
Deputy Clerk.
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'''rtlm 1-B-Parr OR.\DI"OItD COl"NTPSLLFQR.1r11' MARK: r1.ORIDA r11i11t9liSY. SEPT. 7, lte7

Maj. A. W. McRae -Air Force Reserve Officers Vott for Ewwell: Lawabft-.

I tity Plan Under -
Pension Investigation Takes Part In Training Corps program.' TII!: RIGHT POINT for the

Vietnam Raid THE RIGIIT POINT for the way you write. Come tit

I way you write. Come in and select your favorite E9.

A consultant to work withA I Jimmy McRne and Tucker torney George Pierce both They are still paid that Maj. Arley W. McHae. son and select your favorite E3-j TERBROOK fountain pen

Starke Council committee I who will meet with the ex Recreation Board members. way. Edwards said, under: instructions I of James W. McRae of Route TEimKOOK fountain pen.

Oil the possibility of establishing The faot that the Council from the Council. Hunting Calendar For New Season 2, Starke recently tool part -

a pension pjan) for all i I pert.Tucker has said a pension now gives the Recitation Mayor Carl Hurst, un the in a highly successful mU-

city l employee; la being sought. plan would be one step toward Board a lump sum of ivoney council when the move was slon over North Vietnam i I
City Clerk Merrill Edwards I, making employment with and allows the department to made, backed the clerk up.:; Set Game Commission ,when he and his fellow F-4C This pleasure trip will do you good!

was instructed' to find a I the city more attractive The : keep its own books and pay Auditor Scott reported to By Phantom jet pilots Inflicted -

sultant at the Council discussed the move at its own bills has been crltlclned the Council that. the Oeneral heavy damage on vital enemy

Councilmen Orle '''' con-I length.A continually by Clerk Edwards Fund and Utility Fund now I Florida's I targets. u "
huntingnlendar of State I
brought the matter up proposal, also made by who says the opc ration have a complete set of book I for the 1067-08 season' asset : Road 50. Maj. McBae'g plane destroyed tfo\11 ,
the second time Tuesday Tucker, that bills of the City of his office would DP simplified with receipts posted through by the Game and FreshWater April 7 Spring turkey; six supply trucks In a I
night This time the Council] Recreation ..Department: be if the bills were paid AUI{. 31. Fish Commission Is gobbler season closes north southbound con v 0 y. "W

went along with him and ap-, processed and paid t.irough through/ It.Councilman. He presented the Council as follows: ot State Road 50. caught them on the move/'I 0 \\\.j.\GI

patently the matter will be the City: Hall ran Into strong Williams said with a list of delinquent accounts September 16rC'hel'y, Shooting hours forJl res he said "and there were two
) the Recreation Department Is through Aug. 31 totaling tremendous fires and numer-
looked Into by the clerk. I objections from Councilman rail and Ralinulu season open ident same are from one-half .rye
Retting along fine under the $601 which were approvedby hour ous smaller blazes in the
before RESDRT
Councilman One Wiggins Men-lit Williams and City At-1 statewide. sunrite: to one-
When bills the Board for transfer to "
present system. helf hour after area after our attack
October sunset. bhoot- fv
1Archery sea-
were paid through the city Inactive status Bad accountswere ing hours : The Stafke officer is a
.- son closes except for managed for ducks geese
# hall some were several months cut In half over July member of the 8th Tactical
I hunts and regular sea- coots, rails' galllnules, wood-' I tAU IS BEST OF All IN THE! SMOIOESI Enjoy the peace
being paid he added. Pierce when they totaled $1.200.In Fighter Wing based ft Karat
son bow hnntng.October cork and snipe are from one and of the mountains riot of colors: in autumrr.
quiet ?
What backed him up. saying 'the other action, the Council Royal Thai AFB In Thailand.
J are you doing to legal 7 First phase half hour before sunrise to crisp, cool days .refreshing, restful -nights .. wonderful
Council has been given
: Known the Wolf Pack
as If
dove season opens. sun ea Legal hunting hours food. Corns back feeling fresh as.a' breeze. you likeactivity'
authority to allow the Recreation -Was given contract forms for dove the 8th is the only triple ace horseback
riding craft
November 8- First phase are from 12CO: noon there' square dancing ,
Department to keep its for the $235.000 addition to standard unit in Southeast Asia, crcd.Ited and boar hunts boating .
time bear
dove season closes. to sunnot.' making, wilderness pack trips
increase e. check? own books. the plant to be sent with the most
power enemy
{ morel Furnished cottages lodse.!. Rates
lots :
your pay contended November 11 Deer, bearturkey. Hunters should check their fishing-
Auditor Ned Scott :MORE MORE MORE MlOs shot down over Viet I'-Iesa crowded. For rtservatiout
lower after
backing Tucker' stand the successful bidder. In- squirrel, woodcockand summary of hunting rules September
...... for quail season opens In and regulations for special! nam.Maj. phone/ 4 8-2211.
"' that there is no authority dian River Construction Co. McRae attended the
In these times, that's a question you budgetary First, Second Fourth and regulations local exceptionsand <<
the Council to relegate: They arc to be filled nut and University of Florida and received I Send for '

ought, to ask yourself, especially! if you're authority to another : returned to the city. The Fifth Snipe Conservation season opens Districts state- regulations wild life managementarea his. commission In FREE COLOR FOLDER: Dept. DB, Fontana Village,.N.CBUILDING
f bet ccn'thevaffcs of 25 and 43. For, during board. A look at ths ordinances forms were given the Council wide. Hunting licenses 1956 upon completion of the
are !
required of all
tin Recreation -
establishing by Engineer Gordon Friday
thomo'rrncial, years! most men either Boia'd brnught tn lI11ht t\t Tc vnnlr1a Smith and W11sWent November 18Deer, bear. hunters except residents overt
makeB%od"or they don't. They begin to no such authority but--Pierce --'- ; -'over the on-thft-; turkey. .squirrel woodcock the age of 65 and children I .

II realiztiirtsir'jnbitiorH! or slide slow said he would look further.A Job Inspection services, the and quail season opens In under 15 to hunt all residentand
ly into. the stifling routine of averaffe motion by Tucker to move engineers 'Will provide' nnd Third! Conservation District.: migratory game. A duck: <

jobs. ;,... ,:. ; the books back under theauspces what the city will be responsible Second phase dove season stamp !la rfjulrej:; to take !
of the clerk failed for on the power plant opens statewide. ducks and geese and a. man-1

Too nJuiY'm:( n who could be making twice 3-2 with chairman Ruby addition with Friday. November 23-First phase agement area stamp U required

their:| t jHalaries! I are: just coasting.: Johns breaking the deadlock Agreed, at Utility Supt.| duck opens goose statewide and coot huntIng ,. to hunt on wildlife r4
Tucker and One Wiggins Oscar Pavls' request, to call
I They' "postpone" theIr way through the November 24 Rail and management areas. I
Williams '
for It McRae11,1'
j voted : for bids on a new mowing'
I most :.productive years, of (their lhes They against. machine. It will cost $200 to gallinule season closes.

pass ftjfcJh&usandtf: : / : of dollars in added Pay for the Police Department repair the gearbox to the November 26First phase Adjustable Vlivl Book '
du'k.oose, and coot season
incomeForttoiaielyilhere!'...*- I also came In for a long present mower and a new one Cover All sizes 30 cents en.
_> .- I discussion which solved nothing will cost about $400. Davis closes./ I at The Tclee-aph.

-is .always time for the I hen Chief Bill Rosser said. Meanwhile, city streetsare December 3--Second phase I wSlkt
dove clows.
man who" face: *Tip to reality. He analyzeshis I asked the Council why his not being mowed. December 7--Second phase I
patrolmen are being paid $84 Asked1' Davis to see if it I
true worth, painful as the process: duck goose and coot season; I..S
week when the city's pay feasible to
per Is economically extend
may tS.::Th'cn He'sels his goal and finds i scale adopted last year, un- gas lines about 1,200 opens statewide. I o xt ..

out djtttor\ ; ,>nake himself promotable, der which all city employeesare feet east on Call Street to I December\ 16 Third phase 1 kt

how to i gain greater income, recognitionand : supposedly assigned a, service four to six cutomers.1 dove season opens statewide- .. rhA '
pes a salary of $87.50 per the mooting to request natural : ;
the btni1e-l< .::lot. important factor to suc- January 14 Dsr, bear d
available to him
week. lI'as'be made I a.Jx
cess JnbHity!'! to deal -with people. That Chairman Ruby Johns attempted and several others. season closes in. First, Second ;

mea noli the ability to lead instead of drhe, to end the discus- _Referred to the Santlta- Fourth Districts and Fifth" Conservation I a' :
{ to thIAlCand:: JaIl on his feet any time, sion several times by turning tlon Committee a report by season closes'/ In First, Second'

any place;to get others enthusiastic! about ; the matter over to the Chief Rosser who said his derpnrtment in* Fifth Conservation Dis Ask '

himself and his ldeasH learns that Pollen ":'ommlttt'!'. which: was has received complaints tricts.
finally Hpn': Before It .ndl-' that waste matt fromBradford ,: CharleyE.
Second phas
these personal abilities vital January7
are as as
Engineering Co.'s!
ed though the ;pay scale! c-mt- I
duck, goooe! and coot season
technical:. t skill or job experience. In for crltlcihm and !it was concrete plant Is creatinga closes statewide.
found the policemen tire not nuisance to residents on .
What: b : January 8Third phase
utyou7, How many times have on it. Cherry St.Asked .
dove season: closes.!
you iJttadfc.X; mental note to seek ways to They are paid. City Clerk I the clerk V" secure January 14 Deb, bear Johna''

titvehrrp.Jhese abilities" in yourself? Edwards\ stated, under a special written evidence that the and turkey season closes! In

An invitation and -a Challenge. order established last October School Board Is willing to Third Conservation District About this
.. reimburse the city about $3.-
by -the Council. Until Woodcock season closes BLOCKS
You'ffnever[ find a better time than right then policemen were drawinga 000 the cost of extending statewide "Vacation travel includes

now, nor a.mpre: effective program for straight $72.50 for 48 hours sewer lines to the center new vo- January 21Turkey seas- the hazard of accidents,
cational-technical on
personal adfancciqent, -than the "Dale i work 3310 raise department( ? ,l'e- "We' Conway"Alrpoi't."Ye -- !sorb,>In Fourth Conservation. theft, or injuries-in far To build a house...to build a secure future...
) 'District
quested'a and to tie ]palj closes
Carnegie Course.: Rest: of all, a class is on a 40-hour week likj other Instructed! the clerk to call Fcburarp 25 Quail: and away placew. Does the,|

i now forming in Starke and is sponsoredby employees.The for bids on life Insurance' squirrel season closes In Charley E. Johns ..Agency' or to get whatever you want out of f /life- ,

the'notary Club Plan now to attend Council then agreedto which must be Issued to all' First Second Fourth and have connections with insurance ,

the free preview meeting Monday, Sept. pay patrolmen $73.50 for law enforcement new stare; law.officers under Fifth Conservation Districts agents and ad build your savings account here.
a I
25. 40 hours Policemen still work March 3-Quail and squirrel Dusters all over the count

48 hours however aiid are -Increased the National season closes< In Third {1
II Florida Institute, Inc. ry to give prompt claim
__ paid overtime for the extra Guard stipend from $20 to Conservation District
eight, making them earn $84.o $50 per month since the March 9Spring .turkey service in any emergency -
Guard's utility bill I It much gobbler season opens south of ?" .
higher at the new Armory State Road 50. 4I Savings and Loan

iectt't I II The unit hid: requested $100 March 23 Spring turkey Charley E. Johns .

o ? l6 th. per month. gobbler State\ season Road 50.opens northof Agency -. sJ

-Vinyl- Book March 24 Spring turkey 131 S. Walnut St. EL J ASSOCIATION OF STARKE
r,? "' Covrra. AH sizes 30 cents, ea gobbler season closes: south PHONE 964-5070. I 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964.5000

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Phone 969.4271 Starke, Fla. Tlic Ultimate in Electric

t f 1. We all aK'M.funve complete nursing!! service for adult. of Portables

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.5 f .,
:!. 1V'e have R.N.'a and UPJS on duty 21 hour.
a day.
Tat <

S. We hate our own X-ray and laboratory. (Mr. '' 1.,Q.. SHOULD 1 vyt*, .ELEC r TRA120; TO SEE AND'TRY'' IN A

June, Moncrief to our full time licensed technician SMITH-CORONA.: COME<; IN
f.Ve are IIc.t'n'or 00 bets by the State. Boardof PORTABLE FOR YOUR OFFICE
Health LJrenw No. 2. -- -
t Here's a perfect. example of Smith-
5. We have a modern fireproof building with central = Coronae master craftsmanship! A com
'Bndltloner and heat. plete electric typewriter built into a hand- ."-_ .
some portable. So many conveniences: : :-::.... ..;::
inexpensive Changeable: Type r" for l Ianwages "-.. .
6. W'ft are within two block of the Bradford County science :and math. Page ageTlfo, -"
...... .. C main electric GUARANTEE, Any Smith.'
Uuttplturl. jeweled bearing automatic ... .
t;:.<" dt ', S C .n5 branch office, will.
I x Rev' by SMITI -CORONA' ) \ >., dF: a repeat actions even,: electric shift and replace without, charge
t r.1':/ ..:,..[,AS'V'I. + 0 ( spacing It has everything plus a 12 @ Mcept( : for labor andtiippmcV
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Only/ $159.36 Lawton II. Thomas, Owner-Adminmtrntor BRADFORD 'COUNTY TELEGRAPH. '

... Plus Tax Mrs. Cfrlrude Kauffman-AssU AdministratorWE .


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!!! William' Sunday \
Mass. 7:30: a. m. Wednesday.

Mass and Novena 7 p. m. .. -

Community Church -iii
Rev. -
Leon F. Milner, minister. Mra. '-
George Canova. organist Mrs.
(William Warren, &cretar;}!. !
Sunday School. 9:40: a. m.
Morning Worship. 11 a. m. 7/ .
Nursery at 11 a. m. service SAVE t \ .

only. ,. .., ..
-Faith Prmbyterlaa Presbyterian Church @ ..,.. ..t...-\,.;" :r'!., 10 lB g '
-fte. :J.: R. Neale :Jr., min. ".< ,. .' f 1_
'ister. Mr& W. A. Wallace organist SUPERMARKETS ; .d : )
; Mra. Carl .. ,
Swiaher. FROZEN
fLasH .:.
summer l
organfat.Sunday .
School. 9:46: am Prices Good Through The Weekend .,>' plRCH I.B ,::; 1 .
:Morning.: (Nursery Worship.open 11 both SUB.Sunday. Quantify Rights Reserved 1\'J'eO\ { f I1.LE.1'5' iiii. ;.. -1. { .
hours.) f. !-t:::
LB I G M.r
St. Ajine's Rev. W. W. .
Wontall. vicar.Morning .
Prayer and Sermon -

9:30 Moly: Eucharist em. (nursery'and sermon op.n.) CHOICE .r BREADED STEAKS.....................IB 79#
lat and 3rd Sunday. .::3O a.
sa (nursery open). Church
School 9:30: LIft. "Holy Eu- .l
dIaIi! t. 8 a.m..ach Sunday. 'k SUNNYLAND'S
Oventa: Prayer.. 7:80: p.m.

fach each Sunday.Sunday. ETC 6:30: p.m. 1 A : CARDINAL BRAND. SLICEDBACON ,

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Dally offices of Morning pr
and Evening Prayer 8:00: &.11I.
and 6:00: .
p.m.Lutheran / I / 1 1J
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tone. Height) ; Vicar Rlcivard FUlL "
Meyer, minister. 5&LO
Divine worship, !Sunday! 11 r r
e. m. Holy Communion and y ba
Sunday of sack month.Becrlcos .
held each Sundaj c ft'
at St. Anns' Ik>lsooplCfcurcb. iAiBH'H3r .nT.tt'Hfl., !'
Keystone 'JeI.a'b. A ttffTSTrwrrJ'tjyif'jr'

-Baptist All MEAT SKINIESS ,
Worship e,1.m : 8tY It 1'. 1 /
II L m.. 7:90: p. ... massy FRANKS49C' 1 I r
epen). ; ,
Sunday School 1:45: a. m
taunay open). Tneftntn T* J
kit f::3. p. m. Inurssry open! FULL
p- J* v. Lawrence Carroll, { LB / ,
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IV.,... Of Apvllrntloa. For Tax GIANT 1001 9. 0 g 79 'i MERtHANNTSGREENST R( jS :I HOLSUM CREAMY LIMIT -i WITH $5.00 OR MORE ORDERYOUR "
Reed : ........-...-.... : ...t .
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Sec. 18-t.lll. F. 8.
t $E 1.1 IN IUPI/III Pill' 1
Notice is hereby given that
:Mr. T..f. Alderman the holder 1001 JAR conga. CNUS' ;: P E AN U T ','" .
t of has. the filed following said certificate certificates for ..;;;;;-.; ,.::." ..;';';; ;; ,r....

1 a .tax The deed certificate to be Issued numbers thereon .. CHOKE! II.V.ITi" I V/ITH/ 5.00 OR MORE ORDER 1-- 2 LB 59' '
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1 and year. of Issuance the description
of the> property and l VJ B U T T E R JAR
aeiiaed the. names are In as. which follows It: was ae- DETER, GENT l S I: MERCHANTS"e."T""GREEN- STAMPS :: ................. ,
Certificate .No. 141. Year of I : ;'' .
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I Issuance 1986.Description of Property COM i i'j j SAVE 3SC REG. 27C EACH
at NB COI of NMV4 of NEIa' _. .. :
W run 299 a 96-1 Ft. H Ft.167 for Ft.a E FOB 899 Run Ft. COLD FYNE- .::-:'-:-::":'--="-:'=''... ''''-''''' '' DEL MONTE PEAS..........................16o1CANS5/$1. "r-

: iN 9-3.Name 128 R-22-K Ft.In To which(1 FOB Acre aoHeaaed SEC)..:. ..Al-.T- zY POWER 4 8 c: TEX 38 C !mII "' I! SAVE 15-CREAM STYLE '

tna Griffin. : != /w/t tNTwA i DEL MONTE CORN..............-..........16or CANS 5/$1/
All of said property beingIn
the County ut Bradford, : ":=w, ,"." : SAVE 25< PACIfiC ISLEIN HEAVY SYRUP :
plate of Florida Mill ifiiriIS

according.f certificates Unless such to Bhall law certificate be the redeemed property or LIMIT -i 1 WITH 5.00 OR MORE ORDER !".mB..__...... /...HHMINIUMERCHANTS ........: SLICED PINEAPPLE..................... 200z CANS 5SHORTENING /$ .
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described In such certificate orcertificates .------------- -. SAVE 111 -REG. 39t EACH TYKES

fclgheat. In. door month bidder will on of the be October at sold first he. to courthouse Monday 1967.the* B AKE .. RITE s CAN LB 8 i @I;! CORNED BEEF HASH.................is/,< cANs3lSAVE ___ -:;.

wlllch. Is. the :2nd day of October ........ ....... : ewer tN/ GIUiNSTAMPS ; 10C -FAUL TLESS
1967. ._.
uhf patcd. 1987.HEAW .this 28tli day of Aug.. i; $B f IMCH./-w.-w. i SPRAY STARCH...............................22,1 CANS 39* 'rlaw.la. .,
Charles. A. Darby. .;:.', =::,;,.:::;;.' :..,:;;.: :::11.: SAVE 4< -SHOWCASE ,., .

Clerk County Beulan of Circuit FloridaBy M. Court Moody of, D.Bradford C.: 1401 I: j( a-,.... li, HUDSON! NAPKINS" .........................600.2/25/ ". .
97t 828.STAREE' H U N T C AT S UP 9cI
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... :: MERCHANTS n ;;::...7.GREEN"';.;,;:;STAMPS;;-.".;' :: BANQUET!II MEAT PI ES..................801 PIGS 6.1$1./ i .. .P. .

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Phone M4-7005
So. Walnut Starke


Gilbert S. Brown ,,; L.
Standard on Service Station ..
Budget Terms-Rood Service! A
Phone 964-7011 n LB 23c&e1 ______ _
407 N. Temple BtarUe _
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Service Station L


Goodyear ROAD Tire SERVICE&: Batserlo] tAAYOr"NAlsm 43c INST. BREAKFAST 77c CLOROX BLEACH. 22c

SOl and 100- Start JAR 14 BUG BOMB
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Metal WorksAll P\a F E CH MUSTARD 16c BRAN FLAKES . 35c CANNED DRINKS. /.$


Heat & Air Cond. tlOSHER 39c WRAP 32c MAYONNAISE . 49c

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16 E. Ph. 964-5723 W El 6 If UTE RICE . 87c METRECAL< LIQ. . 29c FLO CANE SUGAR 49c


l\4iceS\ SUGAR . 10 LB BAG $ .09 LESUEUR I PEAS . : 29c FLOUR ; 39 '

SMALL PKO. ASS7. etAP.l(j +wrr STANDARD 303 CANS _MTf.mrrROYAL : 22 a:. FORMULA4O9

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STARKR.! FLORIDA. TJlUR DAY. SEPT. 7. 1967 Section_1-8- Paso .

team's prospect for the season -
also guests at the Koons' Measles Immunization Set Bayless said: "While I

I KEYSTONE HILITES home. NEWS NOTESBy Coach Lauds Indians' don't know too much about
Mrs. Cecil Harperof
Mr. an:*!
:L. Keystone Club Fstates, For Keystone Heights AreaThe our opposition, I feel that
Helen' Egan we will win our share of the
By Jim Fox camped out over the Labor
and I expect this
_ Please Phone In Your Items 473-4143 Day weekend. Clay County Medical mental retardation. Attitude Discipline i year's squad to give Keystone
Herb Nelson and son, Herb ,
Society In conjunction with "This protection can COMMUNITY CHURCH their first Conference Cham-
Jr., left last Saturday for a' the Clay County Health Department quickly Immunize all ruscep-
The Executive Board of P'ew sew coaches Inherit a Returning QB Wayne pionship." Bayless ala? predicted -
KEYSTONE WOMAN'S College, Kansas where Ste- visit with their friends and assisted by the tlble children in the area." the Church Women, In their squad as good as the one Homer will be sid lined for : : that the defensive line

CLUB fan will enroll for his fresh- relatives In Wilmington Florida State Board of Mrs. Miller eaid. ""The aim Is first fall meeting, set up ten- that greeted Roy Bayless at the starting game due to a would again be outstandingwith

The Keystone Heights Wo- man year of college. He was Dela. Health, has announced plans to do all that is humanly\ tative dates for special events Keystone this year. Departed severely burned hand. Bay- Heskett and Baits as

man's Club will start the awarded a full athletic scholarship Last Sunday evenln Mr. for an extensive campaignfor possible in preventing an oc- during the next two months. Coach Lea Rhoden left him less believes he has fount a standouts. He is also expecting -

season with a "Back-to-: by this Institution.
School card party on Friday On their return trip Mr. and and family. of Lakeview les.Mrs. area." conducted by the president. fullback and a running back. Donnle Baker who will I t:'e the Hinck In the backfield He

afternoon, Sept. 22. This will Mrs. Brokas will visit friends Drive entertained their Jack F. Miller, chairman No charges, fees, or donations Mrs. John Bird, authorization The line lost only one man. starting QB in the opening suggested that the Indian
... and relatives In Ohio Pen- friends with a cook-out and of Clinic Mothers for will be connected with
T>e an unusual party If you was given to Mrs. R. A. show game. fans keep an eye on Turner
what records as
like to turn back the clock nsylvania and New York dance at their home. Guests! the Keystone Heights School the forthcoming campaign.New Gaunt, chairman, to proceed'' from Condition of the team Is who might turn out to be the

for one day. Additional de- Pamela Farris, youngest who were treated to( Chef has announced! that the vaccine scientific air guns will' with plans she presented for the best defensive line In the I good, according to Bayless "surprise package In the

tails concerning this party daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kaufmann's specialties Included will be available at the be used for the injunctions the purchase of new dishes Conference. ., despite a rash of pulled: muscles backfIeld."

will be given at a later date. Ray Fan-Is has returned : Mr. and Mrs. Eamle school from 2 to 6 p. m. on so no child need be afraidof for the kitchen.Rev. Coach Bayless, In commenting -I' encountered In the last The Indians open their

however. Iease be Sllre to from a Jacksonville hospital, I Tomes Mr. and Mrs. Joe Saturday Sept. 16, for all the use of hypodermic and Mrs. Leon Milner on the team after the few days of practice. season against Newberry
this after undergoing major surgery Tomes Col. and Mrs. Graham children between the ages of needles. Mrs. Miller said. I
circle your calendar for will present the program for first two weeks of practice, When asked about tha (there on ,Friday. Sept. 15.
I last week. Mrs. Farris Hutchison and sons, Mr. 1 and 12, who have not already With this type of Injection, the first general meeting In ,

date.Members of the Woman's reports that Pamela Is recuperating -,, and Mrs. William Plnucan had the disease or who practically no pain Is Invol- September. Later In the had nothing but praise for II'

Club, and also their iamllles well, and Is lookIng of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Phil have not been previously Im ved.All month the Church Women their attitude and discipline.

and friends recently nnjoyed: forward to her first day Up Clark. Jim Fox Mr. and! munized. resident of the Keystone will give a reception for the He said that the boys were DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

at of kindergarten. Mrs. Norman Felscher, or Cllnlo Mothers plan to Heights area., with
a covered-dish supper pastor and his wife, which easy to work with and were
.' Gold Head Branch State Eric Garber, son of Mr. Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. I). help with the records, and children between 1 end 12 will be a community affair. giving 100 cent effort. STARKE PHONE 964-6200
Park. and Mrs. Ty Oarber of Nel- Thermeros of Gainesville the immunizations will be years, are urged to turn out Rev. Mllner has announ- per I

CALENDAR OP. EVENTS son's Point, left Friday mornIng Steve Wade, Edwin Best, given In the newly decorated and take advantage of this ced that Youth Fellowship I II KEYSTONE HEIGHT -7- PHONE 473-3176

." Thursday. Sept. 7: The for Philadelphia, wherehe Donna Vincent Linda Wynn clinic. opportunity. meetings will resume on Sep. NOTICE) TO DIIIFIIIND I
Keystone Woman's Golf As- will be a freshman law and Wayne Wynn of Starke. The vaccine Is aimed at, "Please make a note on tember 17 from 7, to 8 p. m. I. Circuit: Court: Hrndford Rental Services

sociation will resume play student at the University of Mr. and Mrs. Kyle McMur- the "real" measles, not the your calendar and be sure However, on Sept. 10, the County., LOIS Florldm' THTOPEN In dmncery.MKS. .t-luln-.:

with a "shot-gun" tournament Pennsylvania. try and daughter. Jane, left so-called German measles. your children are among youth group will meet at tlff v.. adoption c Iff EDOAK, HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS

at 8:30: a. m. There Mr.and Mrs. Frank Ottln- last week for Troy State The former Is a most venous those who are protected for 6:30: In the educational EARL WEBB, Defendant.

S will be a 9-hole and J 18-hole ger were camping out at Teacher's College, Ala., where disease which can cause .a the upcoming measles sea- building and go to Gold NOTICE To: Jamea TO APPEAR E. Webb! CRUNCHES

tournament, followed by a Daytona Beach during the Jan will be enrolled as a hearing loss, blindness, oryyvvyvyvyyvyvyvvvvyv son," Mrs. Miller urged. Head Branch State Park for You are hereby notified that
meet- Labor Day weekend.We Junior. a petition for adoption of Ed-
luncheon and business -- a program. 1
Itur Earl Webb hut been flied
Ing at Mrs. Jim C. Zowarka's were sorry to learn of IIOMEMAKERS CLUB axalnHt you In the above I
Lee Sutton's automobile accIdent Mrs. Frank Ottinger entertained Jacksonville, and the Robert named Court uml uauMe and
'm residence. All members are Mrs. Mildred Payton presIdent That's Our Business
friends with a cook- of you are required to .erve a i G LAS S
last Opet family and friends
in Boston Mass J
asked to attend. i and Mrs. Helen V. copy of your gnawer or plead- ,
Thursday, Sept. 7 7: Organ- week. We hope that he Is out at her Lake Geneva INDIAN BEACH Gainesville.Mr. Egan attended the Fall Lead- Inw to the complaint on thePlaintiff t7 "If It's Glass We Have If
included Mr. Attorney Hon. Lx
home. Guests : and Mrs. David
_Ivnflnnnl_______ .ml.n..m! Mnff_ u.for the,__, oreatlv Imnroved as of this ership Training' Meeting of Green, Starke, Florida and file I,
Keystone Junior Woman's I writing and will be able to and Mrs. Ed Dwyer tSu], (Lake _Mote F*) and family and Helen Wal- the Extension HomemakersIn the o-rltflnal. In the office of1 I -t-.', CALL, WRITE or VISIT
and Mr. and Mrs. Mr.. the Clerk
return home soon with his Jim Fox. ker of Jacksonville and of the Circuit Courton
: Club. at 7:30: p. m., at the Paul Farina and children Byi Michael H. Chttt/ Reddish and Green Cove Springs Wed- or before the 19th day or FOR ANY GLASS NEED
and Mrs.
mother, Mrs. Harold sutton. Dolph
Clay Electric building. Mrs. Ph. 475-2171 nesday. They will present the September. 1967 i
Steve Moore, President of' the Lt. Rhett Fox [Butch], son Paula and Andrew, of Glastonbury family of Starke, were week- program to their club! whenIt tha alienation of. .oth..rWI.1 (_J. We Design Modern Store Fronts
of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox Conn. &&&&&&&&&AAAAAAAAAA&A end visitors of the D. W. plaint will be taken a* eonfe .
S club. will be the featuredspeaker. meets at 10 a. m. on Sept. ed by you. i I e
: left Saturday morning! for Miss Margaret Pater, Greetings friends this Is Carpenters.Mrs. 20 In the Clay Electric conference This notice shall\ ba published I' Just Mail Us A Pattern For
his new assignment at Ft. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryant has returned once each week for four
Friday, Sept. 8: Bingo in Polk La. Dan Pater of Nelson's Point, your mIxed-up rolling-re from a trip to the room.FELLOWSHIP. connecutlve wtfkn: In the Brad Table :TopsSHEA'S
of St.William's with the CLUB ford County Telegraph.Dated I .
recreation porter
room news.This
.Jthe Alec Livingston, son of Mr. is visiting with her uncle and mountains. She and Mr. Bry- this 25th day of AU.uet. .-
Members of the Fellowship
Catholic Church, Mr. and Mrs. John M. weather is enough to attended 1967.(8KAL CO.
and Mrs. Gay Livingston of aunt. ant the Harvey / GLASS
Club will have their regular
at 7:30: p. m. Nelson's Point, 1eturned, Whclan of Summit, N. J, mix anybody up. You ran alt Family Reunion on Lake Alto ( CHARGES) !'! A. DAUBY I
covered dish luncheon
HERE 'N THERE I In the house and look out
She will fly to Boston this Clerk ,.f the Circuit Pouri.
home last Friday, after at- Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Brokas. tending two-week session week to Join Mrs. L. B. Clark the window and It looks like Mr. and Mrs. E. L, Elsen 12:30: Thursday Sept. 14. Uy DelIlah M. Moody. 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353
Stefan Jeft lastS Fall, but when outsideit Several new members Joined I! Deputy Clerk I
ana son at Ft. Banning. who is also a resident of you go alcher and family had their 'vat 4t 9,21: .
for WJcMM State is just hot at the cookout last month/
as as ever
Mrs. Clark
Keystone. Bill Pace of McLean.
Miss Susan Hunt, of Deer- son, to attend
.t. i field Beach was a weekend Margaret will then return to The ChItty household was Va., and their nephew from and are expected L
-- this meeting. They ore reminded -'J -5
really buzzing the week-
Keystone bv car. over Falls Va. visiting a -
guest at the Gay Livingston'shome Church that the order of the -
end. Last aunt
over the Labor Day Robert Pater, youngest son Tuesday, my few days this week.
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. How- day Is to provide your own
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS weekend.On of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pater, Mrs. W. E. Kite Jr returned -
ard Bradberry of Oxford, Ala., covered dish table service
Thursday of this week returned home last weekend came home with Grandmother from Virgina, where and beverage. William BeamJr.
Lt. John Hall [tMacl], son of after visiting with his room- the she picked up her daughter, will show color slides of WE'RE LOADEDWITH
Copeland on bus. Grand-
Henry Hall, left to report for mate, Jay Carter of Lumber- mother Copeland has been In I Alicia. She said she enjoyed the Islands he visited whileon
active duty In Viet Nim. ton N. C. Jay accosnpanled very much the old home on tour this summer.
: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Boyd Robert home, and will be a Alabama several weeks visiting I the farm which, was fillet COLLEGE BOUND

.. of Oskaloosa, Ohio, are visit- guest at the Pater's home, that Uncle relatives.Howard To show! Js crazy you with antiques. Saturday the Carol Warren Is attending ,
return to Kites attended birthday
ing Mr. Boyd's brotherinlaw until the boys a
evening classes at Santa Fe
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Florida Central Academy. about fishing; the first thing party for Mrs. E. W. KIte sr. GOOD USED
Junior College and Is em-
I he did when he got here after
: MELROSE Floyd,. Koons of Twin Lakes. at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
ployed at the Florida National -
riding 14 hours tat night!)
B. H. Davis In Gainesville
Mr.and Mrs. Albert Coil also Is
Bank. Suzanne Nelson
.. without sleep or food, was:
residents of Oskaloosa, accompanied TUB BIGHT POINT far the Sunday, the Davis family attending regular daytime
walk out on the dock and cast
) : BUSINESS the Boyds to Flor the way you wrll Come In out his rod and reel.Thursday and Robert Kite and familyof classes at Santa Fe, and Pat
ida. Mr. and Mrs. Louis favorite ES- I West Palm Beach were
and etoct your Cuendet is attending the
we all ate dinner I
Story, Huntevllle., Ala. are TEHBROOK fountain pen. visiting the Kites. Mrs. Kite
: University of Florida. Patty
with my aunt, Teenle Cren- I
DIRECTORY left Tuesday; taklnaRobert
: TELEGRAPH. shaw in Galnesvlle, after I back to the Sewannee Military Shaughnessy Is employed at,

went to register at Santa Fe Academy In Tennessee, the University, and all four I
Classified Ad In the TELE- Junior College. The Bradber- girls have an apartment In
BEAUTY SHOP I I SCHEDULEOF GRAPh hrlnr _It&. rys and Mrs. Copeland stayed where he will go to schoo Gainesville.Well .

I SERVICES with the Crenshaws and next PaD year.and Reba Norsworthv

: KEYSTONEBEAUTY I PARK HAMMOND went to Williston the next spent Labor Day on Kingsley Low Low Prices !
morning. has returned -
our company
: SHOP ORGAN STUDIOFactory Lake, vlsltlnaMr.. and Mrs.
of '- thePALMS Saturday, my aunt and! uncle Guy Andrews and other to Alabama, everyone

Edtth Johno Owner I' Authorized Mr and Mrs. James Sullivan members of the family.Mr. else has gone home, and an-

S Personal Hammond Orgaa of Wllllston. came to and Mrs. Grady Dene other long year has started. I

& Creative Sales A Service spend the weekend, and and children: Mrs. Woodrow until summer Is here again.I SEE THESE

Hair" Styling SUNDAYS Learn to play the euy waf brought the Bradberrya/ and King and Mrs. Turnage of The lake is very peaceful and :

: IndHTidoal Beauty para I 11:00: A.M. 7:30 P.M. 110 N. W. 10th Ave.GaiaeivWs Mrs. Copeland back here. Baxley, Ga. spent the week- quiet In September since all I

.. Every Form of Beauty CUlture THURSDAYS Shopping v.aw Other Saturday guests were end with Mr. and Mrs. David of the children have Ltarted,
Open Tuea.-Sat. 9-6; I Mr. and Mrs. David Stegal to school: and there a.e no

Closed Monday : FUNDAMENTALBIBLE 7J30 P.M. and children, Lamar and LIsa Rape.Betty and Mao McGowanand more vacations. : guess I GREAT !VALUES IN OURSEPTEMBER

MURRHEEInsurance of (to settle down and I
Wllllston. and Katie will have
the weekend
BOATS MOTORS son spent long -
TEACHING and A. B. Howard! of Starke, Miller get some fishing in this
with the Jack:
.. AgencyRichard and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ball month before I get started
BILL'S MARINE AD Services Held In The family, Lou says that her
U Mnrrh, Agt. and son of Keystone Heights. to school.: So, until next
Siamese cat is coming along
SALES ft SERVICE Congenial AtmosphereOf General Insurance Sunday, we were Joined by fine with her three kittens week, here's Leeon. SALEROYAL
The Fun Fleet's In" The Lounge. Fire Casualty Marine Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crenshawand LEEON'S CORNER
and the three puppies that
Service & Parts for Auto Bond children, Joan and Jerry "ea ta"
she adopted and 1 18 feeding.Mr. .
: AU Outboard. Keystone netghte 47S-47M : Billy Bourg. and Peggy and Mrs. Leamon Slaver [turn In Siamese

S Chrysler Lone Star Boata and Wayne Hersey all of Anent the weekend. with There are many kinds: of -
.. Chrysler Motors Galne vtlle. their daughter and family, pets. KMM
(Corner Rte. 21 & 28 I I Fred and Corlne Thfeman Betty and Dee Morris. In this great wide world. I ROYAL JiBE

I had most of their family Judy Weber daughter of Some are prefered by a boy, '
Melrose. 475-4851 down over the weekend to Mrs. James Robbins, passed And, some are prefered by :a I "The Old Reliable"PICA Extra Clean Elite Type

CLEANERS I help Mrs. Clemmia Greek her State Board exam and' Is girl.I TYPE WRITES,. LIKE. NEW
Corlne's mother] celebrateher now a registered nurse. Tues used to be crazy about

Keystone 81st birthday. Attending day. .Bobby, Sherry and little dogs Only $55 *85ROYAL
the. celebration were George Bobby were visUInathe In fact I still love them. I

Cleaners, Inc. and Sybil Greek and daughter Robbins. Friday, Mrs. Rob- But lately, a cute little cat, I

O. K. DaviKv Sybil: Venus and Hazel bins' sister Betty Jean Nanta Is more to suit my whim. I

.ry Dry Cleaning' Bcrvlee Altmon, J. T. and Audrey her sister-in-law Carol Most all cats are fun

Laundry Finish or Fluff Greek Jim and Jean Greek Strickland her dad. .William When they're young and full ROYAL FP HE.

2 Day B.rvfce and children, Vangle and were vlaltlng. sU11d' y, Billy of zest. I

Pick Up and Delivery Morgon; Betty and Buddy Weber and Ricky and Mickey But In my honest opinion Late Model Gray Finish ELECTRICThe I

Eeyiten. Helfffcta 4TS-MM' Mangum and?' chIldren Robert Tolandi were down.X. A Siamese cat Is best. I A REAL BUY

and Lisa; GeraldIne'! and M. Smith and family of Any kitten will play I Ultimate in Typing ;,I
CONCRETE Red Lee and daughter Don- And sometimes climb a pole. *
Starke Mr. and Mra W. S.
na; Kathleen and Norman But a Siamese cat will play,
Hawthorne Concrete Murray and nephew and $155
Walton and Pat Prltchitt. No matter how much he
niece, and Mr. and Mrs.
& Supply, Inc. Carry The Ball! Pete and Joyce Barton and Charles Evans of Jackson- grows old. I
son, George spent the long They sometimes rest at I
flEDI weekend in Panama City with ville and Mr. and Mrs. Hay- night All Above Are Standard Office Machines
MIX Smith and family ,of
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brummet. Any place they can find to
CONCRETE The man who carries the ball to a touchdowngets Thursday night supper'I Live Oak were all visitingMrs. lay. ,
Hwy. 20 W. H. T. Smith over the
481-2932: lIawthomel, a lot of help from the other ten members of guests of the Bartons were I weekend. But you can almost bet, Smith-Corona 'Galaxie REMINGTON '
the Dick and Jinny Roddermaa That they'll cut- and
team. Teamwork is equally important in financial Fred and Vera Swearingen up
and of Brunswick.
NURSERY I matters. We, at this bank, would like to Ga. attended the Mathews famIly play all day. PORTABLE PORTABLE
O.C. Carnes join your "team" and help you in every practicalway reunion in Jasper Sundy If you've never seen one i
Bass fishing
Nursery picking ,
up I
don't believe
to achieve financial not Both of the Swearlngena are And you me. ONLY SLIGHTLY USED
goals. Why
IDwmy 100, FlorahonwM your come Betty Griffin says. Roy on vacation this week and Just visit a friend who has In Best Condition

MOM SB of Stark in and talk it over? oaught nine bass Friday, a will be visiting In Jackson one, I

Knrwry Stook Thousand ten-pounder Saturday, and vllle. And you will plainly see.
of Planti A Fruit Tree to'' several: others. Mr. and Mrs. I $105 $55.
FULL-SERVICE BANKING Preacher. Marian and Oln- So If you take my advice.You'll ,
Holland and Mr. and Mrs.
cfaooM from. NI Shad Trees, i get a Siamese cat.
ny Winters down for you
Evergreen% it lAndacap Checking accounts special checking accounts auto Draughton of PInehurst, Ga were
the weekend and are getting "Cause as far as a. loveablepet'
Plant. All In containers _I fished Saturday and Sundayand ,
boat and appliance loans, night depository! bank ready to concerned. ,
build a for their
I caught 150 shellCY&ckers. pen
Plant anytime.. CamelllM.*V by mail boxes horses You certainly cannot beat, ALSO -- TYPEWRITERS FOR RENTDAY
azalea I safety deposit saving accounts, off the sandbars. Mark Tom- so that they can ride

Let n.. do your" Ian4eaplnf' certificates of deposit. 1 linson and family fished!* last them on weekends that. |I Ig Y WEEK OR MONTH

Phone 6M-2K3 : 1 week and caught bass and James and Marsle Kinchen .
shellcrackers. Mark'"sister, and sons were down for the -'"%

USED CARS I COME IN GET ACQUAINTED Julia, caught her first bass, weekend and had tome of
a five-pounder. 'Betty said. their married' children Visit ,

Hanks Used Cars I KEYSTONE STATE BANK she laughed and cried until Ing. .mIncetcnwn.. I

BIG CASH DISCOUNT I she thought she would havea Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Ellis ) .
TERMS Member F.DJ.C. Keystone heights Fla. heart attack. Quests:'at the and Children of Tampa spent o TELEGRAPHPHONE

BUY SELL TRADE "Your lodge this week are Mr., and the weekend with their father -
Friendly Bank In Your
Bt. 1 Box 90 Mrs. Ralph Gentry and' family o. W. Ellis, while Mrs. Better Homes Furniture Co.'

Ilwy. 100 S MUe ,K. .--.,I Community. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heb- Ellis was In Savannah Ga. .,131)0) .$.,.Ed&ewood Ave. ,{
,. etllng and family arid Mr. to see her granddaughter Jacksonville Florida 32205 964-6305 "t:
j and Mrs. James Udall. all ol graduate: .from Nurse 8G1iOOI. a I t?

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..,..,.. 7, 1967 BIMOflfl XmN'I'Y ?....,""' ,.... IOTAR_ natranA> Section ,-n-* S. .

Services Held Cordele. Oa. on Oct 17, 1890 Interment in the of Florida.UnJosM ohrtJflnate., .hall fts redernipflaucordliitf niinrher' and yeara of isauanct. Oum Cnurtliouse. In.. Ktarke, Florida tntittialde fIlamentary School ,
atlntf. was \ Htioh certificate or to law the propurt] .', tin1 iltfHcrluttun of the iflil Olalikn, conditions nndMpentflontloiM .I.I v ,11 .n. J 11 1 "Do) ii in and 2.OIl Starko FI..ldR.Itlalko .
For Mrs. FancherIn and was a member of the I family plot In Crosby Lake certificates shall be redeemediioc'Oidintc rteacrlUnd. I In nuoli certificate onertuiciouia propcrlj.' nnd. tin. nnmo III may bv itbtalned p. in. in "*nptf mber' 11, 111117 utU JCIetnentary: lie II., .4(
I' First Presbyterian Church of Cemetery with DeWitt 0. to l law the properly $ win .ba mild to tUhlKliunt ) which It Wile iiaaoased aro u. from the Stat: ., l'urc.ia| *liinOcnimiHsion :30 o.' loek A M.COURT Bturke, Klorlila.Ancloraon .
of Starke. .itewrltieu In Huuli certificate! -c.r. bldilvr .at the court follows, : J loo in 1 II, William ( SI'J.VL: Jr. hIgh" >1oh".14.l lIicwtoy
Jones Chapel I Jones Funeral Home ta. certlfl. ictos will bo ,Mold to tliehlKhewt 11-j.uae dour on the firm CertIficate No. in7. Year ofZashnino I). rnonlium Building! (CHARUKS 'rt. UARRr Florlrla.Uawtey .
Surviving are two sons P. c1/4\r80./ bidder at the court MOOdIlY, I In. moiilh" of uotobimIHII7 11461.'Ioae'rhptli.n I. Tallahaaaei.' Florida. c-Lii..nK: Rcrrr' COURTly ,lr. Ihah, School
Mr Nellie F. Fancher. 76. D. Fancher hoiuiu. door on tli. ftrat Monday whIch Is the Uni Uny olOc'tol.or u4 Property$ : Loin Al J. Dayliucutiv. llmilah M. :Moody Ijlwtey FloridaHampton ,
Jr.. of Starke. In month "..t OoLDob" IKC7. 1UD7.F'nt.il ) I it l 1:1: :H.'lt, of :NV- ,> of Ni':', oNW <, Ulroctorllll Deputy rlerlcMCII.NKIIHSII MlernentaryHampton lIeh.,1
I oi: SUuke, died Friday, Sept. and William E. Fancher of Mrs. Mary Chalker which .IH. tho 2nd day. of Octo- ,. tItle JttU il.iy nf .\UKu. I. MX Kti. BKt:(?' 2P. T-7-S 21 P/1 : &.. DKNAYti.lf FIoridilJtrnukiir
1. In ft Gainesville hospital I! Birmingham Ala. brother 1)",.. un.Ju" ..., 10'7.( I U-22l(2: Ai-ien) Amwi'ieicn" tl.'rllicsro L.lff Tlr. High School
extended Illness. : one Services HeldIn "'.... tills BSlh day of Auituat. ("''J>.;A,1. Name In \% lil.l); :iSHuaaei In The fwurt Of THe a.ie.an George Floyd of Tallahassee '. J307.tffKAJ L.h.ill I.e A. I IIIIJy, 11.nI."anll"r., ; .mat Fl' .rldicAttoraoys limy. bid on IDlIvI4u..luuh..11I
Sh 18 the widow of I : and one grandson <) Clerk of Cln.uli I'ourl ofBrttdfi 'All ..'.r. .......ls. ftr.. .tiepfv h.hltlirIn tl.lMilK( FL.rl.ln llrpdfor.l. tuiiiiity. for Plaintiff all I acliooli. of my .>mhlnHtlnn ,

Capt. P. D. Fancher. and Jived Funeral services were heldat MiddleburgMrs. Chiulcs' A. Derby : liuuliili ril Cntinty I ,1'lvrlda. (1 the County;;; ;;i" liradfordbtHte ; ".LXiim: ur Ma ii'.h 1)1 Fownall. .__._":' I It s/lll .thereof.the .amounts foformallcnctiticemniK ">ffood
M.lo..ily, D. ( .
ly oif Florida.l'nlcss
.Iruukt, Court ofJtrmUi.4U NO'lfrUI:/ Til CIIUHITOHMTn .
ol ;
t'lvrK> '
at the State Farm before :\o'rie-i<< ; sp'reps ian he oAitsJlietlfiom
I 2:30: p. m. Wednesday In 9/7 It 1M IIU.'" certificate or
Mary Cone Chalker. County, Floridatly All Ciedltom And I'orHunHrlaMnit Indlvldu..1,1.I \ ...
moving to Starke several I .' '. rerttrieuteN. shall. be reilei'nedouurdlnpr ,... ... Tin' llruilluin' Collitlv tloltl'd
Jones Memorial Chapel with Uinilali !9* Moody J' I Online'I or Containers owneil by
94 of Miidleburg.:' \ died Sun I I'tilitl.' I 1""lr'h'Uon I Invites I youId
years ago. She was born In I Rev. Rabert D. Burch ofllcl- ; 11/7 tL D/I"" tm 'I V.. < Iri'nlt. ...... Of tu liiw lli. propurtyduMcrlbnil .\1<..11181 !Said Kntale: : I bill, on the d'HIv I removal of. I h.k'h..1. will not Inav. Mehooltiropwrty '
in Starke after an extended :l, \ hi aiifh certificateor .. ... .
day I. '''''' > llilk JuiJIvlalLlrenll certificates, will',,, ....ltl It volt and .eh..f you art. all I fooil. straps from the follouIliK ami must tleaned
Illness. She was the la And Pur Jlrudfonl. hereby notified, .nnd reijnlred I lloola f.i. tin- I lUlir-IHUS I ,' dally by thin sureesaful bidder
!>vlIre Of Al>. ll<- ait Fur Tnllrtil I V..n..r the highest bidder at the lo prownt ulalms and detimnda : :
BIds wilt i Int opened In the
: liool ,
I widow of George A. Chalker I K11.VNK THOMAS" 1'UTJSRIOSflaljitlf. !: court lioueu door on the first' which you or elthur of HI vearHriulfoi'il Hfh: 8elui.il 1. Starke.. "rri,.,. of the Superintendent. olInatriKitlen
1 1c97otdt tj| Mid was born In Florida on See 1IH.1O. .. HNtnUf .', ys. "U1.NI>- h''Af Monday In month' of fietoberwhich you... only lia\u H KM In HI, th.., RHtnlo jo'l"rld.. Hvptembur. B, UIT
Serving Florida I I ll jlnrvhv .llv.tl thHt.Mr PE.rt.tt"'OV.n.lo.' .nt. I I'4 thd End day of October i>r ;Mnliulm, 1'nuiiall. I".- .
Jan. 20 1613.Survivtnr r K .I I I II:: II'ff h 1.1 h", l I. S.like( at 10 'HI A :M.
Since 1950 JI I II i $ '1'. .J. Alitorman,. the liolderil TO., : UI>l>Y ".\* I'KTOtr: 1087. reiiMut. lati I .ii.f "Mild uonnty.I to .in"," ,t.lu_ lit 8/it!I
i Is a grandson. < tlit following uortifluatcuIIHH SOX.. ,Ut PhI. the County Judire, of Bradford | po '"
Illl-ll Cal,) CtTllflOlltCS full. ,u IHlrry I.eiiibril" wind tblM USlli day of Aug. CriiinO. '. "t I his ftti'e In I tin'
illfeed.Ig S 3 ne.Airs. I! John Chalker, of Alexandria, h1l -4.....i! W l 1...u"a tlinre-. 1144111 .Kiktrtt:' Av.. UK. I. I9'I7. Coin: ::: l Ifniimi of HII'i. :(loiintv :idStnrke ; I

... Va., and a. dauehte -ln-l_. 01The .Htlo..le{ .,.....ber* !tAllM>l. -.r..... .....,. ... ... ... .. I und yuetll '*..uII."cIbd Uuff.'l flinrln A. nrby. 1'111'I'I
& .. ,. ..... ..... Mrs. C. W. ChaUcer, of Gain ot Yi),U.AtUd$/ HKKUJIY{ ; .NUTIKBli [- enilar "nmnthH from the I time ;
tfftlt P""I.u.'ty.1. .. Clerk. of Circuit rourt ofrirndfnnl .
ot li..tI|
| |>%llr |l ( ( | > (liUt\ a Suit lop dln Iiid. the flint piihlloiuton; of
I esv11lc.I the imm' $ in, wlilr.i: It..' wan .MMtfHMH ...: iuiui1', flli'd HwAlnat )''u tin :;: County i : KIi: >rldicJly : notlc., '' I''h: elalni ur ill'"nmniLHluill I
ftHt. ni I llnulah I M. Mot..lU! !f, IMMEDIATELY
I Graveside services were t'rrtIfIoei. 5t. ''t6S. y..C ,:ilt......'...... HM .Plaintiff. In the lt/7 Carolyn Cordially I hid at 10:30: a. m. Wrdnes- iieuaaCt965' .abbVH atyloil Co-urt. and Catinf'and : HIM. .1! punt .....flea nddrwH .r I Hie I '
day'' at th MJddleburB Ceme- "'........lplJ.... of Vropefty com 1 1.nvr you'eru r.qull'ild| ( t6" file :II....... nt Anplleatlon: : For 'lea clHlnmnt$ und ehall I I be nuointo I .
Eaves Side of IIY H/W on 81JC1I. < I I tuur (lefeneu ur Annwer t* .the tired I by the laliniint. Ills nK, in' 'I
Representative 4 Welcomes I tery with Rev. Alfred'' Walking I.in* fe Uuu. ,"\ oft !VW 70 : CI"llIt'- ajl filed lunruln Hfe.. lIM.Id. 0-'. pastor of. Mkk"ebur* I ynlV"'SJ ''H"" III' IS W8 .::1:0: r'oiii lth i thK'.l. !I.!*!! 'of tho -Clruult U- Hereby liven thai' .'mim I or uemnnd not no Cl I I'll IJIF" $25 TO $600
Ph. 961-3812; You and Your jjIficiaUnit. si.I i I i.i'Ni' I: t moii 12 tu I' U0 Court In .alld' fill'. tttdtu'rd". Mil\ 1'. t. Al.liK.HMAN!: th'. MhMll be VMrlTHK .
thodli.t Church. A III SK'i:: <,r tiW U SEC: : J.11. ... t'uulil: CtvHVl'hourie' ;; : tur.i.KliiriU holder lOC tile. following c'prtlflciitea I- .: l"'ljC>MUI\ \TOXAL.. ,
t 122 N. Bay I HL:;& family to Your I Interment was In the church\ !. ...;- n-ja-w: .., and Met""Ve a copy ..: IIIIH filed said oeitlflcuixta KAN: (II"' J.VCK ONVIUJC. "AnKxeeiitor
Starke New Home cemetery with DeWitt C. Niittio la which aanoHH"d A. thereof. upon" arId. Pilntlffhu.ttcrnuy "' ,r..r''a tax deed' to be I". : of the ijvut Will I ntidTeetnuietit I
M. Kala.ey tinllon. T. t'onKlaa, .110,1. I Iliereun., Tin1 ,'OLt I flint It' t>f Marcolm .
Jones Funeral ;Home 1 Incharge. All .. "'lid p'u.rty belu4. vliW.' .Nollh lluill. Street, l>. .OluawAr numbers, and yenra I of liiuwnon. il II. I I'"c..n..ed.Flrrt .. P..n.1 DO YOU HAVE.Too .
\ In IhCo"nty of tlrndto-rd. "" 1X2; !*. UiUnnnvlllo. & '. Flor.MH the ileucMptlon "f thrfiroperly Plihli It a4lon on tlui 3tst
The State of FloridaIt iSliiti. 'of l-'lorlda. bn or before' tliC llth) oi"Tof H.nd. the nfiuiea In day atUIfU.I.. 19117. many -paYllt.nte'.. make
Lnlow HMvli\ oerllfluata& or Octoiirr.. inn: and, It YOU which It was HHHOHGd. are .ur 8/81 4t 081OTIC I

Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and GI Students uccunllnR Cal tillcHlvi/ tn Bhull law )Lie the 'tir redfl'ilu'd. "",|>vrtyUnyortuLu : fall,: to.Will tly. no.nicnt It', u IL .)taken'lta.I..: follow Certificate: No 17" Y"R..f II -Too many' bills to pay?
Jn .BUL'li.. c 1I1'Ullc..Co. 'orcmtlficat r ....' \ M op ".\1..:
.... ifoe .t. relief 4cvinanUvdr lotho Issuance. ..1953.leurlptlon .
To Acquaint You With Your City. Must Notify .. will bH u4d tu tluililltlu'Ht I Cuniplulnl. C l. and thvrxafternald of Vi-opertv 'OM Notice IM hereby "Riven that.

bidder a't' tlie, 'Court C"u.a ella)) iroveed) KfParte. !: nt ic ]" '1' on' W SIde of R/W Oil, .,.urallu. n'' IM u Klnnl. Juilamintf ., ..
I VA Promptly ho".... door on thu firm MundurIn I .' N bin of HKC"" : I S! At Hun. H on .I"i'ro.. luMiire. ..nt. .. of InNutriberotl rin, ...M. DO YOU NEED

If you are new in the area, a phone iiHipth of Ootutmi; 1967.wlllu'i \\ ITNI.tIIIY: hand and ncmlof .1I ,Jl/W D,'. YU*. V146 yI.. N 11ft) .' 120 III the 'fir.Mil. i "
Q. reminded l I" tlu> iuii day "f Uciubor. : SMC' fdn thell, 11. oil 3KCline : C'iti" t of I llrailfot-il !( .unlY. "
All I. stui !uU are to : :
llrav.; I :::'lb.r.l."U. ln 'I.n; g .rrk1. H'lurldn. I win Hell t the property EXTRA CASk NOW?
p 1 7, to. HK1I BKO: ?. T-H-H. HZSI5 -
will ,
call bring visit Ad- situated '
you a prompt b/ the Veterans baled this 28th day of AUK Flo..'Ida.CIlarloB. in Hradfttrrt Coutttv. -
Plr.rliiii$ ".,' ",' AHCommence .,
ministration to be sure their $ I U'IIJAIJ'' P Nfl, In whlili aseeaed A
from your local hostenH.!' Please give. 'tir.lJ'l.Ch.'I. A. I>"rby. Clerk M lCi'huiny.tU at the Northnaatoornnr HELP
college: notifies .thet TA ".. A. Darby circuit' Court. EIghth!: Judicial. ri aald property holnic Inthe uf tho following dne.crllxxl LET US YOU WITH YOUR
lor e..k..C. Circuit$ of ,I'arol-I, (of land ,ti' wit '
acceptance Cuurt Uradfori) ,
promptly upon t.'li'oult In And Sec mateof
) her a call She has map and many re-CTrrgHnwnt for the toll ttruUloid. l1>unl>, I' I corner
Uvulali M. loody. l> C. .
I fly' : Bnuliili M. Moody Niiah" ..rUtl..at..r
emestew' "- 1 V/1 4t 9I2.ottc Clerk I :t..n"t the Houtheiist 'i of 'snr l ,
free and wonderful gifts for you I I:> aty orrtlfleates Mini II be redeemedneeonllnar I. 'TtrvrnHhlri:: Ph SouilfItiinire : ;
from local businesses.DANIEL I Albert L. Crosby. Jr.. 8/7 It 9/2: to Imv tho properly, L'2 I Hunt. .anil. th"'i i Are Trained To Help!
i >: ot ApU.aIlo. For TaxO "' Aenerllied 1 Innnoh. ,i-ert 111011 liar "' .nub. I 114 I f..e ,. .
said | I I the P. lilt
Ofllcer i iHeirinnlnir
County Service *..* !. THe fountJuHitr'n Court.llradford .I .ertrflcates* w III he ....nlil 1 to I : tluwice run iiovlli| I II
t, that prompt action hy the Bf.. .1; iiM.ifl.' .. .. Cnuatn Florida' llo highest bidder. at the. rivnrt lit f.'l thence run \Vent 1 0. I
I l colleges..and!' students will Nvtlnv l. ..11."f Given", 10 H.* h.p.u, door on the first Mnn- f...el' thi.n..,. "tun Nil, Ti tli I, I III.I I Town Finance Co. I
Mr T. J. Alderftign. the In month of 4)-th.ir. IIIH7.ninth .
tluit. $ lilHtatv Of ;Miirthn Alice Dlllatd ilul Vet: then,,, ,tin ISinU 10,1* feel
enable the Y terms: 'Admlrrtstratloii holder of the following certlfloat HHSLMI., pMfeOHed., l I. the. Sni] day vf October. to I tin.. rint I nf iwurlnnitiB I I Ial I .

I to process) the applications > hue rued said mrtilluMteji $ -. Norioe Ti EDITORS I1H7 I imhlie, ,,"I|... ,,, ,. I
;} EUBANKS 'I quickly'and' thereby' tlOr.lltireon.$ ta.. The diitjd, ccrtlflratunuinbr to bu itinurd :'o1.'IITtl.I.ICI'J All II1H1XOIB of the nlL.t.\f uatilte "f '(tlE.\fJI'ChalIce, A. Darby ami. Lent bidder. ,. for t U II| ..ash.4'10..1.,i At 22G:: N. Temple Ph. 96".744

in uie timelY' payment to ;.Zhethousands .and yvira of Uaumict IIA! :/n.N. deep4I..uI.. are'' .hereby Clerk of the ('I.."tt Court of tllo'iptra..",'" .>r the (. .(iinty a
I of students expected -r '... iK..npilnii'' $ ..uf the 1'1'0.- notlflotf and itnitilred. to fUn Bradford' C"""' .'.' Florida
i I erty and tho names hi which cia. iie r d.-umndii' whHIithuy ]By llculall M. :lioohv. O. (f*.
i,, to be In school under 11 .ua uoapnoed are an iulluCvrtlfliato ".: any may$ luivu. agruliiBt snldrnlHte SI 7 It 9/28 '4 4t
': WELL DRILLINGPHONE I the 0. I. Bill this fall. I II Nut 1S3. Year of In the office of th* i
'I .
I..u..n"u iSGI.UeecrIptloi County J "dlf" of IiradturlCounty. $ l"4iTtTtt)% 10 DIi)
The O I. students them- I of Troperty BUll:: I'Murluti. In the t'ouiUHOUIID IIe1'.tlP
I selves should remind the college 16V &. UK1 Nor IoJ: ('\Jo1"f at Mtarkr' .. Kl.irUla within It ItV %$i11 .1.1I ,t :t .i
WH of Nl 't of 8U)4::) Of NVlh: nix ralvmlitr. .tiir/niha fremhe ('OMM0SNI0 TtiI.AlJAMUI1
WElL I ; that they are unier the N 16'. \V 100$ "Pt' H 7'\VK li'O1' dato.vf tlie (Ire' publlcifclon 1 FI''tt' 'I
New O. I. Bill otherwise! ;TU; ,J3KU.: SEC 33-T-9-S 11-6*. { of tIlls iiotf. "". lOilch: elnlin,, Compel It I vea Healed Kills will How about

w__ will be treated( aa non- nr domand must bo .n writing be recelvei) tif the State Pur-
they Named In whloh a..enaed J.
I wIlls H copy .and munt atale chSvlAv (iMiitnlaslon, until
veteran students VA will Dordon- Wager/ ... tinilium'' ur rcnldeiu and 10xl: ) AM 1iT.: on date allow n
t Ite notified *nd! i no 'All ..C.ialu $I'nopurty beIng( In \>oMt. not) I'jjunty "lIf.1Ifll<,l"l'd.' Stato: ot rJulmant. and muxt be wtn'n. Hept.mi.er 14. 1067 -- Fine
nionry wU be received. Crosby Fbi l.lu.Unlo to by tu* lalnuint, IIIM iiffuiil.Or .
added. .. Burh, crrtlflpnt orrtirtirivateii hill ..t '''''Ii..V. or It will hoI 1
ahall bo fi'dtwiicditucorillnur I come Void "....ordlu..; to I...".. toBY
: : to law the broi .rtiileHcrlbod Dated thin UII'| day. Recent Birth I In ouch certificate otiertlflntttf A. U ,lDtl7.Alliert 1ittAttL4ta#
I : uui Ie UI w j .14. c.". i f A. HlaMi,
\ hlKhant bidder I at th courtIIOUBV ,Aa Administrator. of the Katiit": "
I Mr. and Mrs. Jamcj Mar- on thc tire. uday. In ,..t Aim.llm Alice Dlllnrd l JUiun.deceanud. Lclta tO( .DAtU(
announce "wnuulli of ("'to......, 1 1&.7. wttlch)' '
tin: of Tallahassee In the 2nd' dlly..t Octobur, 8n 4t 9/8$ .1'j
'the birth of a daughter. 1KI17. '
Sept. 1 In Dated this 28th day of Aql =
Shara Mlchete. on KOTICM TO DI'III'Io'II"' : IW1AIL?
Un', 1567.enAL I .
tHe Tallahassee Memorial ( ,. .. (JrrnK {;ea,'. llradfnrdimlv .. '
florlilii In. ('tiar> .,>
Martln the Charles A. Darby.Clerk '
p1tal. Mr*
tlo 'e 4
Dennis of< Circuit Court .>f Brad IKKNB: : .MOODX Plalnllff\ '
former llenree Lou ford County "'It>rld.. rPIIGDDIII 1.J:1tIWUU;: ) Pu- .

'daughter of Mr. and ,urs. J. liy ,i$",b1ill '),1. Aloud y. I). C. fomlunt.t.NtYI'lt'bi.'l'll' APFBAIl Start banking here by

Dennis., Ii ', .11.. Ii"'t./a Lee Arc..dy ...
TotAtldrens Freddie ) mail ri ht'now and
473:3081 Unknown. _, 't .
I.H. I
:..(!"!. Of A....llrntloB Of T.. 'Von. ,ere hereby notified that I have t that much more

I BtwUoid\ County Hospital ..8.( ... .n:...:.. 8-: a cult for dvorre: tins beenfiled.
PUTNAM HALL, FLORIDA jnnounces tho fallowing Notlue !I. horrlijn, elves thai .. named a"a4n Court$ you and In cause the above and ; ; 71 time to, enjoy the beautiful -

births: Mr. T. JI. Aldariitaa, itin holder yon arer'. roquliod to' ....V.. a I _ { summer days! Write ..
of the following/ V"rIMatitv. of iinewer. o-r pl.Inlf ......- .
Daniel Eubanks is Well Equipped to Drill Wells I ilj. and Mrs. eugene; La- h... filed. unlit .,oirtlflv.l.n for 01)171" lu tM your) ooiiii/lalnt on the I _ or) ask us for our free
Law toy, adauhtter. a taxi lion. Om.r-
map ]Eunice.!: / nalntlfr Attorney / maii forms
From 2 In. Up To 10 In. Benlna LYnn. on. Tie cirtirfcat* number d* II. Pierce. ) H03-303 N. Tem banklng.by-
and y are of laauanoev th1de.: pie Avenue and file the' nrlwInol A today. Then you can bank
Sept. B. xlptlon of the protH rty.And/! In the, o-fiflcn of the, Cl k I

SPECIAL DISCOUNTS Mr. an.1; Mrs. Stanley ,I the Bf nm-n, name are aa In .;inf.l! !It"ryca.; ";... ..of the the,. C'lreult End day Court. of on i >,.'I"b..r.'r brfore i here at .any hour on any

James Norman. Gainesville. CHrtiUcutK) -=N K( Ji.\;: Year ofiHMiianeo 11)47) ;. otherwlHu. tlu allegatIons day right from your
ON BIG WELLS FROM: I IN. UP Randall James Sept. 1. 1903LHtucrlptoa of aM. C.nnplnlnt will be tak
a son of Property .1.<... en. .aa ..on r".ed by you. I home or office!
I 10. 11. 13 In Peotivllle BKC !tSS. Tale notice bn publish *=or a good deal on auto _
T-SiH. ll-ta-K <16 &cal ed once: each .h""a'. for foureoneecutlru
13 Years Experience "%otl''. or Apiillea l For Tlleeil Mil in. in a hlihHooit *.!.....oI ......k. In the Bradford fire and life Insurance.)
Ht ,>nv KHt. County Telegraph
'. s.e. lltl.KI.. .... 1.N'Xlpe All of vald.profMirtr bolnir" In Uatvd this Cth day ut Sipfml MERRITT
that. tlie County of Bradford, )Bint _
:- l I. hereby arlvon "r 1\ 07.(8KAF.
FREE ESTIMATES: Mr '1'. J. Alderman, tho holder of FlorIda.I' < ,' ( .) WILLIAMS filCh. laid I FLORI.DA I
certificate* L'nlcu! nuuh Certificate, or C'llALJIH A DVnUV.
.' followUm
4 of th ., 117 N. .
I lui H filed saId certificates. fur lItlo..t" shall be rudeemedi.urdln Clark of lh" Clr.ult Court A
Issued thereon .<- 10..1_W" iht, prOertytimetri 11/ 7 4t 9'81
4 h. '
Guaranteed it IH* *le,d 10 ... '' a fluPh961L39t .... I
.. :
Satisfaction : ...rllflcatu I number. > 1 In .0. erlir4ate| y. \
TIT" -
.Issuance.. Hie desi.rlfttlon. or vrrtlfli-atrK will .b.- Held to : -I\ .( : .
.mil. ... ui.ru of K': i SI'T.lfRiK.E:
> Of .4o..II..lle. for Tav :
nOiirt > lre
i i uf th.. 1..I..rty.. t4fl1tht' ,, th* hlrltext bidder at the, : .,
Speed I
In which, It was. asyoHiuvl honee door on the. fIre Monday j
11ml..th of ... 141.16. I' It.Noti"
Ontc-b-r. 1957.
rtlfl lire..ute 5 a foHowair' :%';O. KB: Yuar. fixaiiance which lath* ind.day. of October la hereby 19G7. Mn. T. I. AT-UKRMAN the lIons Offices: BloomIngton, Illinois
PUMPS IOCS. of Property. ltI Ha4ed. Ib//. f3lt 'day of Autp.imt. hotdur of the fulltiwln* cntlfiestas :- 8
: '
scrlptlon 11140/ 8/1> 7. ., I linn filed sold eirtKI. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
1 I n& ULK 18 In N Ida ($ All) -t H os tea toe a tardt. tu b.. : IN 1,663$
: And Irrigation Systems Name. In which aaaossed Chnrlnn A. arby. sued. tneruoti." The csrtlflcuti"
I ,
May All of said property bolnij In Clark of ( ',eult. Court of
o Bradford '$?ounty, 'Florida
caVE US A CALL! tho County of Bradford
By IluuUh >t Moody, I). C. ,
1/7 4t 9/S8 SEMI-ANNUAL
I ...

:>...... Of A..pllpa.lm K_ Tat

. II.... '.Hoed...11.. F. X.;:' '',1

Notice la h*.>riby fflven. thet 3.,5A.J 19th q. U"p h.
Mr. T. J. Alderman., the hnlilef TRADE IN
Gospel Meeting of the fellowlnr' certificates
h... flleil Nald .r"-t.. f'* .. BatkCI $
tix d.er1 to fee .laeued thereon 25
The! certificate number". and I Iy.

v ...... of 'igauanoe., the' .fUKMTUM md AffUANOI' ;. .
tlon of the d."rlp"j
ne mo. In which, 44 was asanvifed r TRADE-IN CLEARANCE :
are aa follows: I
SOUTHSIDE CHURCHOF Certificate N' 197 Year of ._
I of rsoperttat !lltn .
wfl colt of MRS: of ?'aE'E s avmiB
Rwn N" 5*' W /sGs) t6" H to"< to..I ,i$1 10DOWN Par You* i 11 gau fl/4 IJtL
t'On. 8KO 2 Tll! < R-SJ-rS:! s -
:--oln"' ., In which ....esnrdfSvelvn I Old *. Uvtn re m Tr...-.> level i*> 'In -

"," i3--'fp'; ; 'telnV I I J l 3E3JsaJeele' > .....In... WI".t' LIVINGROOM
I I, DfUVEUr t' : ...._1.... """"' !
the C'nty f llredford Htateof .
> .
Invites You To A Tent' Meeting Fl rld.. ifrpivww II > r ;,"' .", ...

.i4.h c"rtIi.ato. or .

ONE BLOCK NORTh OF HOLIDAY I INN ON. 301 i..o'rd'n'eertlflcatejt Cl...,....11.... Clee.he redeemed'..,nnert'c, AmiANCIDOWM" 'to; 1i' ;,,1,. :. -: \ p. BEDROOM

.1..e.rIh.d i In such rtlflrate orcrlirifates / : : I
will h.. anld, to th* I ROOM

STARTS MONDAY, SEPT. 11 8:00 P.M. 1 .'.. 'door hlff/loi.'on. the.( tire.hrt ,Mont*0,11'Siiv.uqn $5 "" d- :

I In !1'. m"*!'* **f O4nhr : *
:' ,.,. I- fap; -.?., .doy COfti .i'FURNITURE'' 1 jI J
>bcr. 1907 I
,.... .. hln Slth day if Ausinrt ;- DELIVERS u'4 ic ,, .. .
..-. ,I .4j/ .__..-' /4e.I.JIte llm" I. take .v.nl09 tr
1G47. .5 llbwal .... _ll. ....
HAROLD DOWDY\ (sEll.) .j .. any J ; 1 e lr .I. w ix*<
; "** k. Durby BEDROOMno -. your M Uvlngr. 0m 9t B.dr. ..m fornHur ...

;ierk.' or: Clr-ult.; Curt: of, .jaiL 3-PiocoTABLE END SECTIONAL *. 5pi..l f u. ftutt end dl. ._
rn- t Ciirty.. florid .
.In"." number. will .V .Nmt .i
(OF JACKSONVILLE t. Iiy .Beulali: M. MO' ''-. I>. f : 'r' ........ .. J y ..
mt'' .00dlt..1 .
F I .
9/1 'St'9f21 ..
1k B. tuN |10 ... Ihl/ very. vrolilaaLJvingroom .
,. I ..
I I Sectional. AdoplofaU
W .
%atie 'U A5t'hltaa Few .
EVANGELISTNo fit'.., T."I DOWN .1 to any ,li. livingroom. Truly a ::
I ..... W I 1 _
a.- M> ." f .
/_ M/.'_. i I. '< that DELIVERS ntalional Market Sp. iall .
: >r.tv., irlven : ( }
I .,"' .. ....
:\". T. J; Aleertnan.. Ut') IJ"J" r I I J :
r lh.- follnwlnaor) .lft.pteIM ..ya;
.>. .. fl1..d..II.' 'rtlTIatl. Jot. UV1NOROOM] 400% Nylon Face Frkz. Covers
Collection Will Be 1 Yndi.,((1 tn V>.. .IHMII.H] there 7
I. :TUe rUfJopte : Built-in H-Pr.uure Plastic Table
,numherHmrl I ,. Topi
..qee ff l .e.,iin>.. the; Aelu'Ve a '.- -

_ Taken Up : .' ".tm..of'ln the i esi. Brnoerty, it "a*,ian4h cca.lI I [ $5 r 4OncliR} .v.rabU} d* -

)* (! n re J'Is 95
r'.rft0.1'.. J.1 'l"I'V" )
|. ?.r' Of. I End Cushions _
f 'I.a'pnse! < l igj. DOWN
, O.'P'' lnn ef "pT._.....rtyIf'' DEUVCRSDINfTTC Inlaid r Mirn' Rot* WITH' !
..noo In PAV v> .. / t ow.er-
f1S'i IiQ: Ui.; : fl-Is- '
,. r ...In which aaneesedbfo _. B avttfvl D. oMrtr Color* |10 DOWN, BILL WILSON, Manager

128 S. Walnut St.
harold :Dowdy of aald propuril; nelnsj/ I -
!n the founty of Bradford.
..."' j*. ...1__ ._ S Phone 9645289I
L7nlest such .rtflat.: orl$ -

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1-R-Pa.. a<< BRADFORD rmmrr TELEGRAPH.! !: "AR") ". FLORIPI THURSDAY, SEPT. 7, 1967
t -

ncBday night Plans are In dents All parent, and guar- Mrs. Anna Wright in charge to hear Gospel singing by the. Choir No. 3 and Ushers Mt. Summit. Just down the ves In a low pan. Bru-sli Inside >.tli--. /tpHllvntUm vr
the making for a successful dians are asked to cooperatewith There will be a joint Sunday various choirs. E-entru ser Board No. 2 will rehearse! at road from my village where with melted butter, and fells. .... N.

Colored Citizens school year. The president. school, officials m this School with other Church vice, 6 p. m. with message 7:30.: Tuesday night Choir my son lives and has a gas sprinkle with sugar 1 add a :Mi NiXl.M T .1. 1 IH Aldermen 1 liinvkty 1 :: "',lie', 'nhof::::
News William Holland asked for matter. Letters will be sent Schools of the city. Morning ''oy the pastor: No.'. 1 and 2 rehearse at S. station.! One can often smell bit of water in Uw pan. of III- following uorUriulitcH
the cooperation of all par- to all parents and guftidlana. Worship at 11 with Mrs. E. MOUNT MORIAH Methodist Wednesday night Prayer the catsup cooking and. I Bake at 400 degrees oven for hUN filed, HAld i'ftrtltirnt for
ents and Interested educators OES NOTICE O. Walker as speaker. At 3 Church. Rev. H. P.' Meeting, Thursday night. love to drive past the factory, 40 minutes. Brown lightly a H 011. lax The sired. certificate to ba IHHUHII niimbviH thori'-

NEWS Meetings are held on Dell Chapter 168 will meet p. m. the Midway Gospel Hudson pastor. Church Ladles: Circle meets at home to see the pretty flowers and sausage link for each aquas h: and warn of liuunnfo. the d l, -
SCHOOL held its the first Wednesday of each tonight [Thursday] In the Choir of Jacksonville will School,. 10 a. m. with Rev. of Mrs. Annie B. .Vlosley. th flag waving In the breeze half., place in each squash crlptlon. of the property.,. and
RJE School PTA the nttlmiH In which It was aH-
of the tothe month. with planned pro- Masonic Hall on Biownlee render a program H. Floy<:l Mrs. Essie Holland In charge Friday night Prayer Band as I smell the catsup. Whoo- and bake about 20 minutes .H..a are a. follow:
first year
meeting grams for your informationand St. at 8 p. m. All members will be the guest speaker! at assisted by Miss Frankie Lee meeting at home of Mrs. pee I So I find life so wonderful longer. I'artlfltatu No i r.II. Year of
achool cafetorium Wed'-I entertainment. are asked to be present and 6 p. m. The fourth :And last Jackson and Miss Carolyn Shaw Missionary Meetingwill again I still walk down Immune lase.UexrrlDtlun! .of
NOTICE on time. Sister Alma B. Quarterly Conference that Taylor. Morning Worship at be held Sunday night. the road and get an apple to HELPFUL HINT. Use a DO', W irf HIS I COIl Property; 'of Lilt BRO 5't,
I Il School bells rang for the Bacon. W. M. Rev. Damon gave a report of the year's 11. Afternon service at 4 p. Sunday School 9:30: a. m. eat at the old orchard. I grapefruit knife to cut corn N 100'. W 100', H 10W 10! 100' tu

C3U It I children in Bradford County Dell. W. P.CIIURCiI work was a success. Rev. O m. with Rev. Hudson in Visitors always welcomo find Four Leaf clovers and from the cob. I find GabbY FOB Name 8121'"In 29, T-5-8 which, H-22-E.a<:ii Tuesday:: morning, some for NEWS E. Young pastor. I charge. Everyone invltedl l Mrs Mabel Jackson of wave to friends driving by. dog stays stronger on cooked Helen' itarron.
O l) ; BETHLEHEM Will Daytona Beach, foster daughter I 3V hamburger and drinking All of said. property beingIn
the first time. There it: a fee MT. PISOAH AME NEW BETHEL Baptist Free often walk the miles the of
County Bradford
,. aV of $5 for elementary clUldrn, Duel Day will Church'j Church Rev. A. Vinson pas Baptist Church. Rev Louis of Mrs Sophia. Royal of course. milk. State uf Florida.UnteHM .
.. I and $7 for high school stu Sunday School at 10 tor. Tribe Day will terminatethis McKay pastor. Monday night. was a weekend! visitor of her Stuffed; ) Acorn Squash: cut So our summer Is almost .such certificate or
......... :::; I Sunday. Sunday School. mother and other relatives. !In half lengthwise and scoop) at an end. The great writer according" rUtlc'o.t. to shall law be the redeemed property

..... -- ca '110 a. m. Communion Service out seeds. Place squash hal- GOETHE wrote: iledcrlbixl In mirh. certificate or
:z:: cA: Make Your Car "Sing1 11 a. m. Youth Hour nt 3 p. "Use well the moment: certificate hltfhevt. blddur will at be sold the to court the
I -I- m. with Mrs\ Gloria Jacksonin what the hour Vtuira. door i>n the firm Monday
SM charge H. C. McCutcheonof Brings for thy use is in thy In month of October 1887
".". I'.. We Specialize In Free Will Baptist Church 301DRIVEIN power; which, 1907.Dated
,"" : The And what tills 28th of
Q.I r;,) will be guest speaker thou best can day Aug.
Motor Tune-ups Tribe will terminatewith understand uat, 1887.
51 Program
'. :z: tm514Charles)
Miss T. L. West teach. Is Just the thing lies near- ,\. Darby,
Nw Road Service er at the Starke Vocational- est to thy hand." Clerk of Circuit Court of
lyAura turgessAolfrWherein ( Bradford County Florida
,... Technlcial School, as speak You can always know :I am 1Iy Henlah M. :Moody D C,
'S invited to at- 9." 4)) 1188
.... er. Everyone thinking all of you fondly
STEAM CLEANINGLawtey tend.FIRST i I recall; school beginning great grandbables. Such OPEN SUNDOWN and saying a prayer. -
"' aa aCI Of
Adjustable'tny1 Book
:I in Florida, and I beautiful little girls, and I OOD BLESS: YOU EVERY
..... .:I A t.:7:' the Living God, Elder F.Howard thank God every day that at held the smallest girl, who ADMISSION ONE. Covers. Alt sixes 30 cents _
O.A I pastor, will sponsoran last I am happy again and just smiled at me and sat Adults 75c Students 60c LOVE, LURA. at The Telegraph.

N z dc. Standard enjoyable singing\ pro. well Belowa Prayer: happily on my lap at least Children Under 12 Free ---
V : gram at a p. m. Sunday I have guided them, each day. half an hour until feeding -
ca:: 0 ; Sept. 10. Appearing will be Sought to train them :n Thyway time. Her name Is Angela, FRI. SAT. SUN.
,,. ,
the Gospel
= the BSA and
: .
..... SERVICEL. : and her sister Andrea. Theyar -
.... ""I; I Crusaders. Everybody come :: Now their steps are ranging both very fair with blonde Sept. 8, 9, 10 INSTANT HOUSINGNEW
out and enjoy good spiritual
'I wide- hair and blue eyes. My other
z: P. Rafuse, Operator Ph. 7823977STALU1WS singing Zephania Lane
I Thy grand-baby, a girl Is named
t Keep them. Father by I.IIBimJPIIuI: PRiNntiSotniwa
L.. -, I reporter. side. Stephanie, with brown curly 12 WIDES ;
g ANTIOCH Baptist Cnurch, Thou their Savior Friend hat and br>wn eyes and not .
School 10
W I Sun/fay/:: a. m. Meet them in youth's direst so much. They all live now
stJ' Morning Worship at 11. need or my son s farm in modern' GmrFBD8E Reconditioned 8 &1 10 Wides

CORNER Afternoon service, 3 p. m. At When the tempter's snare Is homeit with colored TV and "' AUGER 1/2 and 3 Bedroom ModelsALL
I4 7:30: the southland Jubilee cast. such 'lice r ngs. I am happy .
) Singers will render a pro- |I August here cool and Viii'
wr Father, hold my children was ;I AGES ALL PRICES
m f' I OASIS LOUNGEYour gram. Choir Rehearsal fast. pleasant. We had rain and _.. (
at 8 m.n: the xrxrt ',r <""T*.***"*'
Thursday es
1 I I p. Help of mine can only reach my yard Is nice and green. So Bob Dodson Bruce MartinFOR
OL&Jtltld CLOSEST Spot For home of the pianist Mrs. By the trurths I sought to many nice vegetables to eat 1 SEE
Bernice Alston 1813 Estelle
teach; now Corn and green beans 1 par.n uIi.NE -
= Q >- LIQUOR WINES BEER St. The public is Invited to But thine arms can stretchso beets tomatoes. Here one can HAI ffiy.JA0M5.P) l1amwo! TilE BEST DEAL ON A NEW OR
ZZ services.
attend these I
see great fields of tomatos
.... t.rJ. 5: I I Open 9 A.M.12 P.M. GREATER ALLEN: Chapel Keep. them Father, where i as we have a canning p.'ant In A JAKPES-PAULDffilRAND Production RECONDITIONED

tC : : I Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M. AME Church, Rev. L. A. they are. 1 -- =im9NMEI 1RI1ICIlIII"YWNG pO&
Sampson pastor Sunday -Ruth Olbbs Zwall Mobile HomeLOW
-:- x.O SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHS School, 10 a. m. with Mrs. Whoopee I Another Sep 1 PLUS -
I I Fannie Bell Delestre in tember and glorious Autumnand FLORIDA

-J I OR QUARTS charge. Morning service at. school time again. These Hotter than DOWN PAYMENT
: II 11 with the young people In days I have always loved I
R" 8 Mi. South of Starke on U. S. 301 charge The choir Anniversary nd love to recall the opening HellS i!R MONTHLY PAYMENTS LESS THAN RENT

It will be held at 3 p. of Clay Hill school each THEATRE

Sunday. Everyone is m'l Fall. What a ,grand and glorious I Anaels! ",t."i7: FREE DELIVERY and SET UP

u _" time we had 'earning ( 1 w. '3
; -J"-' playing, slnglnp praying and Shoavtiaaa-Weekdays 7 I 1

having a deep love In our Sunday 3:00, Saturday 1 I MUSTANG
I hearts for each other It Is

AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY such a wonderful profession Fri. Sat. Sept. 8, 9 (
teaching. In my heart I shall I IC

; always be a.. teacher and be Double Feature Program GI MOBILE HOMES
J Interested: In chllldren and

:AUTO SALVAGE Farm and Industrial LADIES WEAR Office Equipment young flows with people.love My for heart all man-over- INC.
'U I
Equipment Hancock Office kind. Now I have been gone $0Iy.
u.s. Hwy. 41 North Phone 752-2797
from C'ay Hill 21 years. The
J BRASINGTON Cherry'sGainesville's EquipmentSmithOoronaAuthorised school house w closed and WILD 1 1tIWIAMIDIUWS.JfANNf' c \\lK I Lake City, Florida
sllenti. Perhaps sometimes it
CADILLAC-OLDSMOBCUC Santa Fe Tractor, Most Fashionable : one was there and listened fstlie fi SB E M msuTATtoi .Mrpiocoum I II Headquarters For Instant Housing
Address Ladles
Ino. For i Dealer you could, hear the echo of I I,
Inc. DRESSESSUITSCOATSMATERNITY footsteps of the children and
ALES!: SERVICE!: : WEARACCESSORIES Clary Victor-Totallla maybe even my own voice .. ,
FORDFarm Adding Machines CalculatorsSALESSERVICERENTALS which still is in the school '
Fine Selection of TTed Oar WHIb 1 1 '.>.J.L..... .." .
7 W. University, Gainesville room. I taught In all rooms g M"r ',, ,,,
k !
Taken Oa Cadillac Tradee Tractor Implements
but Primary. At least it Is a WHDftANETCINDERLLA I t tI f;
"r Ford Industrial Equipment
2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 USED EQUIPMENT SAVE TiME: Diems your happy thought. I BETTER LIGHT ,.,,
MEN'S WEARL I know now with: great joy I
PHONE 378-0301 SALES PART SERVICE requirement with o* first. my school children are '-1'Qwnand
528 N. Main St. Gainesville 4ra.
PICK UP & DELIVERY married with lovely lightensHOMEWORK!
4488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville & L Men's Shop Phone 378-0351 families. They have such -PLUS- .aaaa..a.a

Phone 376-2348 nice, comfortable lovely homes
CRANE Florshelm Shoes- at Clay Hill now with /
PAINT & CLASS good paved road. I know that s. .
.. GARDEN SUPPLIES Faso/ Plum Suits
LINJX>LN-l\IERCURY some of their children grad.
Ladles Sport Wear Liddell Paint & I uatedi from high school at f ,
Authorised Sale. & Service Orange Park last Spring I
Johnson& Paris, Inc. Arrow Dress Shirts Glass Co. had an invitation tl'the ass t4.
.00 B. University, Galnavfll commencement from Wayne

f Phone 8724261Crane's Complete Line of 13 W. University, Qalneevtlle KTANIZE PAINTS Johns eldest son of Floyd ... ,.

t SEEDSPJANTSIOlleetic1dPet GlaAs-l\lIrron Sliding Door- and Louise Wilkinson Johns.It 'rAr .. ... .... r< p., .,.' J)
Imports SoppUeaFERTHJZERS Tub EocJu ..8hower DoorsWindowsAwningCarpet. g
made me so happy.
MOBILE HOMES .- My life is still and It. .iueeatOdxlo\ 1ECHXiC01097isERaMD < .:, ..,:,w...._ e.Ii
easy .
: >
Volv (Mercedev-Benz) ., ..........
Fertilizer paper-Storefront happy, now I am used to living I ':.
'We Rent Spreaders'
Consultation. I have. ,,.X 9 I ar
FIAT-IITLLIVLVN alone with Gabby. t at.lvV
234 N.W. 8th Ave. I sir
MUSTANG 118 N.W. Sixteenth St. time to read writs walk, -.-- .
: 2201 N. Main Gainesville PHONE S72-047S GAINESVILLE 372-8191 talk and just be happy. I

C Phone 372-4373 Gainesville, Fla Mobile Homes Inc. don't want to work and I SUN., MON.\ TUES. '

: am so thankful that at last Sept. 10, 11, 12 % : S
Galnecvllle'. Discount Mobile SEWING MACHINESNational I am retired. I never was %
; :
: Beauty Academy GLASSGAINESVILLE Home Sure Lot. I lazy or counted lazy by cmmraLmbMAw3 : .

Purchase discount on entire Sewing friends, but now I can relax ;

chain guarantee hug 8&vIn&'s.NEW and be just aa lazy as I wish
: POWELL'S and do only the things I .
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