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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 1, 1967
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Stand AgainstTruancy f:i, -. -;; .. Farmers Eye Co-op .:



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CasesTruancy
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h e7a ha To Market Berries

case! at Bradford

high School next

fall apparently will be met I

with organized action beginning ',. Formation of a grower-cooperative to lease space at

with the teacher the Starke State Farmers Market for the operation ofa

and leading all the way to Baccalaureate strawberry and vegetable deal waa among several important

the Juvenile Court.A decisions reached at a series of three meetings!

group of BHS teachers, > held here in the past ten days.
five of whom will act attendance .
as Services Set The other !significant decl- _________________ _____
officers next year/,
slon was a unanimous vote In tlon of dealer. here.
and Principal Jim .Temp, new ,1; a co-op
head at BHS, met with County :" :i favor of switching to the use Widespread dissatisfaction has
of the so-called new "pulpcups"
Judge T. A Yawn and Juve- 1" : Sunday NightBaccalaureate been expressed among growers
and "cheater flats" In
nile Counselor Florence Jennings with the handling of the straw-

laat Thursday to Iron J \ 'C..I'.1 .Jo'.AN' !' :Yr'.:', .,.j," JII't."w.!:' (,; ., "..- _......,.,rlIIII! )jj\.1I. : ; marketing crop.A next year's strawberry berry deal here In recent
out communication problems services for years.A .
between the !school and the Pile of loose son at the bottom of the'! mwnglrd. cable Bobby Hell, 24 Wmlnemlay night. It. was" nK'enwrry to the 1007 Bradford High School group of leading straw- group of grower. from

court. The group also agreedon left after local residents and pamwrn-by' frond driver tunnel under the cab to fits the driver. graduating class will Nt held berry growers met with mem- the Lawtey area broke! reL Ttlona
a procedure that will be Sunday, June 4. at 8 p. min bers of the Starke Market Advisory with UM Starke market

followed In handling cues of Taken To Med Center the high school auditorium. \ Committee In the Civil last season and launched a
excessive absences. Main address will be given Defense building Monday night successful deal at the old Law

But Principal Jim Temple .. by Rev. Polder I.. Rowan. and decided "to take the bull tey platform, operated by Ben-
pastor of the Madison Street by the horns" in the forma- Star Farms, Inc.
Was quick to point out thatmeasures
dlnfuased Thursday, Baptist Church. -- This group was contacted at
Driver Pinned In Cab As Truck
for handling truancy Is Just Flips Rev. W. A. Hogan pastor of one of the preliminary meeting

part of the school's attendance ... the First Baptist Church will Missing Man held here last weekend,
prpcedure for next year. A give the invocation and bene- with a view to perhaps gettingthe

total program, which Includes It took over an hour diction. The BHS Chorus will' Found Wounded two groups! together in the

regular abscences. .Is.. being Wednesday night to extri- render "Give Thanks', The formation of one large co-op.

worked oat, he said- cate 'the driver 'from the BHS band will play 'the traditional The Lawtey group said, hoW-
Judge, Yawn complimentedthe A. "Pomp and Circum- Near Midlakes ever, that their plans for next"
cab of-. demolished r
/ totally
a e'
educators on their plans toflee stance" for the processionaland season's opera.tlon'had* advanced -
( steps to curb truancy. He Ford tractor and trailer z.frr Triumphal March' for,the Francis P. Egan, 72, of Key- too far to be changed now,
said the system may succeed which flipped off SR-la recessional. atone Heights, was found making any immediate:consolidation \- r;

after students find out It .is where it rounds Kingsley i wID"1 Graduation exercises are set about 0:30:: a.m. Tuesday afteran impossible. ,

more desirable. to attend school Lake near the intersectionwith ( for 8 p. m. next Friday, June overnight search Joined In At the (Monday n1..Imet.-
than to wind up in court. SR-225. w 9 In the BHS auditorium. The by deputies of the Clay and ing, a special .six-man.\ .committee
Plans developed by the new r Welcome Address will be given Bradford County sheriff's de- was named to ,investigate

BHS principal, Temple, call for Nearby residents heard the by Jim Godwin, a high honor partment, and personnel from the procedures Organ
crash and were the first to Address Icing a co-operative and report.
two attendance officers to senior; the Farewell Clay Electric Co-operative.
workn/ the high school as investigate. will be given by David Sllcox, Egan was found /by Bradford back at. a .later meeting,. *med i
hey. dd-,/ successfully\ In the Bobby Stewart Bell 24, of rr Yi t a.V a. an honor student. Deputy Robert Green sitting to the committ../wiry O+,1', ,

junior high this term. Theaame Sylacauga, Alabama was tak- G op. Rev Robert D. Burch, pastorof on the ground about 100 4 Bub) Carter Jimmy.:f4)t'lnj): .
en to the University of Florida "' Luther Hllllardi 'Art! sk..
system will be carried on 0 the First Presbyterian feet from his car, which was \us.4l
the Medical Center with eye damage will "the Invoca- Ins, Leaton Morgan. .Jr.:,.' aft4.
In junior. multiple. Church, give parked on the east side of Bolt :
and fractures
Ise addition, a new post of tion and benediction. Lake (sometimes called Mid- Oscar Carter., : -s,..'1

Pupil Personnel Director Is being Preliminary. Intemal x-rays, however, p. .,,e s Two members of.the.graduating lakes) just inside the Bradford This same comml tee''wlllsnake .
hewed injuries
no tripe-to.study.e( "pperatlon -"-
created. It will be held .to Florida,Highway class Jayne Hardy and County line, off Highway .
according:
down .by Charles Baetzman of ;the new. Santa ;Y'e.
Patrol H. George LaVon Collins, will sing the 100
about Trooper Vegetable Cooperative'\ .Ala- .!
who will have Jwo-thlrda .
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." The- Mid-that ffigaik- ""1\\
deput
of each day fre from teaching price. .. class *ong "Walk With A S6ngin.Your cbuat1Il: 1+'tr l'ay.ncJ..wt1t
duties to work on 'attendance "He's l lucky he's not dead" acsv 6f'k Heart." had /bled profusely' from what travel on ,June ,'7' to Webster

H;:.Is Baetsman who will\ Price 'said. 'Thetrooper''estimated t r Presentation of the graduates was lash apparently in his throat.'a self-inflicted He bad for a similar'' study; of-.the.sucrcessful
keep track. of all excessive the tractor as a total vegetable r co-op that
will be made by Superintendent '
wreck with of $18- lost considerable' blood Green has been there for
make recom- 'damages operating .
,
cases
truancy 000. to the trailer, t0ek of Public Instruction said, from the wound which five six '
roendatlona for referral to the Damages : tt ','\\I ,\ or years. k ,
which carried load of John Thomas L.' Supervising was inflicted some time Mon- the meeting -
juvenile court" and work closely:! a ... lJi.'ltJo.' : "" j._: Casey Farmers attending .
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with Dr. Florence Jennings. He.will Madsvllle pipe picked up In Principal Connie M. Clark, day afternoon with a single- here Monday night ,represented -.
e work with theprincipal Green Cove Springs, were estimated Side view of the! wi t'kt'll tractor and trailer show the concrete pipe strewn over edge razor ''blade. Egan told the around 150 acres of
also closvly and Senior High Principal
keeping him informed at 91.000.- the; ground with the mangled cab In the background. Kyiitaiiilrrft. examine", the wreck ; deputy that he believed he had berries, which would form, a

at attendance, problems andsteps The' truck traveled off the just after the injured\ ; driver wan pulled from beneath the rob. Harland A. Sprow fainted several times during good nucelus for .the new.

wlille leaving him free pavement for '260 feet, then (Continued on Page Two) operation.The. .. .

to be an administrator. Baetz- flipped on Its side and skidded t proposal met with .enthuslostlo -

also work with the 30 feet' more,,'Trooper Price ,' response, and one
will
man school's attendance officers. said-, Bell ,was',pinned In the -= More In Open, Chairman Says .. grower remarked, "with a setup -

cab,, his back on the door and like that we can go backto
Head Coach and Athletic one leg bent. 'back, under the farming again.. .

worked Director with David with attendance Junior Murse. highboys who and door.Local residents were first to Utility. Dept.. Has Changed City Operationmen lease The space proposed on co-op the Starke would

discipline
will\ work In the scene., They propped the market : from .the state c and
this year, truck up with a beam and .would employ a manager .to
the high school as attendance then tunneled under the cab The operation of the City of scooting back'and forth, many-: its approved by all three members the Utility Department, Mrs have had to run the city. handle I Its operation. Hope was

belle year.- Guidance Counselor and freed Bell. But the long Starke Florida has changed a times unable to flnlaii Its re- of the Utility Committee Johns says. "It's almost a full time Job" expressed that the co-op would

Rosenberg will work difficult task took more thanan great deal in the past four regular mute on rfcnetiule.. } Councilman Men-lit' WU- "It all goes on record now," she says, "Really, the chair- promote a vegetable ,deal, as
with girls. Another coach, hour. Trooper Price said years, according to a 12 year -Use of the city's chair line llama Nell Tucker, and Orle Supt. Davis states whenever manship should be a full time well as strawberries, on the.

Tony Griffith, will work with the accident : occurred at, approximately veteran city council member for private 'work 'UJHM: to get Wiggins electric, water, sewer, or gas job, but maybe ifs [the city market here. In recent years,
the junior boys and Mrs. Adele 8:13: : p.m. and Bell and its chairman for the second out of hand.' City employees have also service .Is. needed anywhere In is not quite big enough." the vegetable market .has de-

MitChell will handle the girls was not fried' until around straight year The-diag; line Is etlJl used been warned about doing town. When the request comesto The chairman views the revamping clined almost to the vanishing

as she did this past year. 9:30.: "Until the establishment of for private work-when It U things on the orders of one the Utility Department a of the operation In point. .

Referrals of students guilty Bell apparently went\ to sleep the Utility Department the not being used in the city and -person and without the auth- work order card Is made out. city hall as a continuation of W. O. Whittle, .Chief of

ef oesskveiabsen.ttem will go or entered. the'curve at too council didn't know what was for the going price. But .now orization of a work order from It lists material man hours the Improvement In the operation Florida State Farmers Mar

ire mtle'tea.cher to the great a rate of peed Trooper going on," Mrs. Ruby Johns Involved, and the foreman Is. of the city. She thinks kets. attended the meetinghere

.attendance officer, accordingto : Price said. But no charges will will tell anyone who cares to even required to sketch the location a modem bookkeeping .system last Thursday and' said

preliminary plans call already for be pressed. Inquire. Until four years the BHS Awards Handed Out of the job on back of will allow the council to keepon that the marketing; division' '
laid down. Plans now Two wreckers and a fire city council chairman and the card. top of the city's financial would give all possible assWt-,

a visit with parents director by after the truck from Starke were at the city clerk ran things, Mrs. 'This way we can see where situation.But ance to the cooperative If

pupU personnel but scene. The wreckers had not ,Johns says. Junior and sentor high Mathematics medal Billy our money goes," Davis says. Mrs Johns says the new plans for'its,formation are.carried -
five unexcused abscences the numberIs succeeded in moving 'the rig Today, In contrast, at least school academic and honorary Dean Thompson. Math Certificate The various city department system Is still another departure out.Lawtey.

some educators felt be cut. at 10 p.m. three members of the council awards were handed out in a Jearleah Johnson. gas, water, electric and sewer, from the way thing have
too high and It may from at- Bell was headed west on [whatever committee Is" Invol- two and a half hour long assembly Chorus'award.Reelna Ellis.. work by the work ordersThey been done in the past, "and

Referrals officer will go to the pupil 8R-16 toward Starke when the ved 1 are aware of any project in BHS auditorium last Science' medal '- Bobby have been told not to leave people are slow to accept Girl
tendance accident occurred about 6.2 that is going' on or any spec- week. White. their work or change schedule change."
who wiU attempt
personnel director miles from town. 'A manifest ial'request made of the city Pour scholarship were Social Studies medal -Sandy .. unless the order comes As one city employee put it.

to solve the problem. found in the cab Indicated' 'he by* a resident. awarded to.three seniors, two Sanderson. Bosch. and through proper channels, "You can't blame the clerk. it BHS StudentBradford

[Continued on Page TWo1 was due In Hickory; North Utilities Superintendent Os- of them going to the top BUS Lomb Science Award Jackie meaning from the Util.ty De- has been the procedure." Top '

Carolina at 8 a.m.. Thursday Davis agrees with, the chairman graduate, Jearlean Johnson of Campbell. Donald 3alaz- partment.City "I don't know If it'll pass or i
with the load of pipe. 3.9 not" Mrs. ,Johns says referring -
: The Utility Department Lawtey, who compiled a Edwards High School's top
Clerk Merrill
Tornado Fans! One man, among. the first' aro.Other to the upcoming July 18
"helped pull all city departments honor point average. She received awards.American has control over the meter student 1 1. so small and. quiet.
to the scene, said. he heard the together. It's helped us a 200 Student Government Legion certificatesfor election to appoint the city her classmates they hardly
readers who work directly un- say
,
sound of the crash all the wayto well outsiders," Davis scholarship and a $123 outstanding student. -- clerk and police chief.
Turn Out For old 8R- as as der him. But If a request for ever know she's around, but
Nail's Grocery on says speaking as a city: employee grant from the Starke Clvltan Jearlean Johnson and Billy new service Is made to him say "If people want it that way little Jearlean Johnson has a
Final 16 cut-off. Club. Jearlean also has a partial Dean Thompson. (the old way], we may as well
electricity to bo BIO 39 honor ipolnt average.
request for
The man said when he arrived a and let it the chair- '
Flsk relax
to attend State go.
scholarship Boys participants -
at the scene several cars It used to be Mrs. Johns connected, he relays the request Her favorite subject U
that all had to University in Nashville, Tenn. Bruce Jackson Paul McLeod. man says.Four mathematics which she plane
there. Bell was says, anyone to the Utility Depart-
already
Grid Scrimmage pinned were In the cab calling for do to have concrete poured in Another high honors grad- and.Theron Yawn, three jun- ment. A work order la made to take up next fall at Frisk:

help and the call had :just; gone his driveway or on hU side- ''uate Donald annual Salazar] receivedthe Clvltan iors.Rotary Award out and relayed to the propel'department. Cases University,. a, Negro school of ,'
Friday June 2 out for an ambulance and the walk was to contact the chair- other Club Anion about 1.800 students in Nash-
.cholarshl). An honors graduate [band]Donakl Slazar. .
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Committee until recently Tennessee. Her favorite
man. vine
In Set For Trial
patrol The Utility Department.
highway
Bill Meng was reclpent Gold Masque [Speech Club]
8:00: P.M.! When It was seen that Bell were not active and the I other words plans and organizes pastimes are writing poetry
could not be freed through the all-powerful chairman's orders of the second Student Government Awards. : the work: it coordinatesthe On June 7 "If you call ,it. .that." sawing,
Grant. Sharon Tatum. sophomore,
of the cab and were carried out without and reading
Don't Miss This door of the top city's activities. But It's
for her portrayal of the lady
student in academicareas
that his leg was caught under question. The top ofRoaring "one of those things you don't Jearlean U the- daughter:jot
; sheriff in Guns
Preview of the 1967 the bottom door, the tunnelingwas In fact it was tradition the received a medal and Gulch."Blazing work out in a year or even Four cases are set for trial Mr. and :Mrs cephus Johnson

started from both sides of present chairman say. other outstanding students received two," Bupt. Davis says.A of Lawtey. She is one of 14
Steve Wade, junior, for ne..day.
Football Season. the cab. ".It has taken this long. ."." certificates. They were: ; request to repair a side children "the eighth from the
the 'dual role of hero and vll-
But it :WWI a slow process. she sighs but now the Council Art medal'Eleanor Orlffls. draws the attention of Florida versus: oldest." M he puts 2$. ,
with Bell jconsalous: and calling"for .works "without any politics in- Certificates Jayne Hardy, lien In "Blazing" Guns of Roaring of walk Supt.now Davis. He contacts Jesse Dean, assault with intent "I wanted a challenge. she

help much of the time and she -
This, Space Contributed .The fire truck was parked as"I know,"' Mrs. Johns &(fda. Matthews, and Beth Scogglns. -Jean Hodges, outstanding Chairman Johns personally Purvis E"I!: .Griff, possessionof transferring from RJB: ,!High
call the three members -
Weekly to Publicize on the-highway and hoses run .Two example., both of English medal Jearlean performance .. "Alice in "Alicein of the Street Committee.Anything still and still apparatus de- to BHS two years ago..Jear

Community Event by to the truck in case dripping which have been discussed op- "Johnson Certificates: Prancls ,- Wonderland. controversial Is discussed signed for manufacture of lean U the first Negro studentto
dleael fuel caught fire. :Traffic, enly at councll.meetings with- Van Pelt and Bibby White.. -John Walker for his role moonshine whiskey and possession top ..Bradford,.High graduating
..... as the Cheslre Cat in "Alice in prior to beginning of moonshine. whiskey.
The Community ;hour. Home Economics medal
blocked jor an ,
was in the past few ;yean were. The committee Involved class .
Mary Lee Cooper.: Betty Croaker -. Wonderland., work. Eugene' Brazil], six countsof
cited by Mrs. Johns: Two other Negroes boweper.
Bank of the council, always -
State HOMECOMING AT The old practice of calling Homemaker of Tomorrow :JUNIOR" HIGH AWARDS a majority informed assault by a state prisoner have complied outstanding
on any
EVEROREEN DPfIST'EV'erpen' --Sue Alvarez.. Math Freddie Oraudon. stays with a deadly' weapon. athletics field.
the garbage truck from Its regular records on the
Account now Insured Businee4! Job, Mrs Johns says.Now William Chester Cole,
BaptUi. Church route to make a special. General Education Science: Mike No:man.English escape Steve Baker was an outstanding -
J up to $15.600) by will have Its annual Homecoming pick-up across town. This resulted '. awards-Sue Alvarez and. Linda x- Linda Stone.. retired* since selling her from State Prison (case trans- basketball'player'last year

Federal Deposit Insurance Service"on"SIJ lClay, June In Irregular service to ,Devore. Social studies= Larry Kelly. beauty salon Mrs. Johns Is ferred from Union. County.) and Is now playing it in.col

Corp. .4. Everyone is Invited to come many citizens she says, since Cooperative Business Education Musio-Paul Faulkner. quick to admit that the has Judge J. C. Adklns. Jr. will :lege. Larry Brown who' will

and':'enjoy. _the.' I.l.. with I ,u.. the .truck. lost much. '.time award-Rita Rowe. Continued[ on Page Twol more time than most chair- preside. .. M (Continued on Page Two)





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o/o !SfRa FRANCS!: 1 r: ",urr House, !mturkn! ., Flot'lda.j I Clerk of Bold Court To All Creditor and Persons. office In the court house of voidaLUC'ILE
Girl NORBFCKmi !': and file the original with UK By Vlriclnla F. Darby having Claims or Demands I aid County at HtarteiPlorlrta' M CREWSLUC1LI3 !
Lawtey C litreetPhiladelphia Clerk, of the above" styled: Court I Ai Deputy Clerk AtcnlnHt. Said Estate: within nix calendar month. from I IJXDCUTRIX A1tTeIELLCREw6MN of the
Pcnnu. on ur before June 19, 19117othorwliia (Seal of Circuit Court) You and each of you ,err" the time of the flint publication La.1I1Will
Tot AHW UliltliHY: NOTIFIED a JudKment may be !illS 4t 6/8 hereby notified and, required to of thin notice Bit'i'. L'.IITO! or and Testament of
THAT an ai'lion for divorce enteipd, utfiilimt you for the relief present any claim and demand. rt.mnnJ shell ba In n-rltlnir.I and LUCTLE 9HAFFTSR MIT
1 Top Student ban boon. tiled against you demanded. In the Complaint In tho Court of the CountrJuilici which you, or either of )'ou. hnll I state the:: place of resldencu.ud { CHEWa deceased
and you ore. raquliad tu curve or nolliluu.' *. llrMdford County li'lwrlilM may have against. the nutate or pout off 10Hddtoss' of tho Flint uublluatlon May 11, 19B7.
I n copy of your written d<.rriim-H. i Witness mv: hand, and th. .e..1 l In frokntr.tn LUCIUS SHAFFER MITCH ELI.ducwaatd. claimant. and Hhull li.. worn toby
It any to It in Thron A Y.I i\vn \ of said. Court al ,iitwrkw. Flui iUu. ne: lactate. ivC .. lava.. ot said County I the .-hUmi..111. li.-i" agent h'-r 6/18 4t 6/8
GLADYS MOOTY ( 4*" Attorney tar Plaintiff' wit"Nadlrn. this 18 th day ..r May: m'.7 LUCiLle 1J"-I" +Jrln!: MITCHELL to tli..' Courtly, of, Bradford I attorney and un,y such claim
tpontlnued\ From Page Onel II .. I IC, Brudfonl" ('''11111'' HARI.P-S!: A 1JAKWY, An Deceased. County! TTIoijfila, n.. his or donmgil'! not no flint!< uliulr' '' lie
]?hone 961-7603

graduate with Jearlean next
n-iday', la mn All-State football\ O 'L ALL DAY EVERY DAY-$:30 A,11TILI, 7Ut11'.3L FRL & SAT. ., .,
Mr and :Mrs! Tyler Jones Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Edwards -
player and has signed
spent the weekend In Alken, Jr spent the weekend a PLAZA
S. C with their aoa-in-law] in Sweetwater, Tenn. and scholarship with the University S'T ARKE Carp's- started in 1918 and because of your valued patronage now has 65 stores throughout

and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. brought home their son Tom, of Kansas s Urn midwest and south. We intend to keep bringing you the Better Values and Bigger Savings

Charles Godfrey, and attended from, the Tennessee Military Jearlean In accepting her challenge \' ? you have come to expect from Carp's, so that we can alwavs sav.-"11'$ SJuiB to Keep.) Rolling

Home' Economieschemistdyi, ,4 ) Ut-AAV. I'UAN-'"
daughter (Clalno Godfrey from Miss Mary Bollinger of William ; Libll: QUA

kindergarten. Elaine returned Carey College, Hatties- American history, plane geometry 0
and physical education _
with her grandparents for a burg, Miss is home this week I
a'S B Junior and' ma tralght--
weeks. )
visit ''if several before returning for summer y ;

Rev 'end Mrs. J. O. Youngand school. She will be accompanied A's.This l

son, James of Arkansas back to college by hen! slater year she Is taking hu- k L __ BP'S.' GREAT BIG 49th
manities, physics, PAD, Math :
Ark. wore weekend _
City Martha, who will also attend I'
guests of Mr. and Mrs. I,. N. summer school there. IV. English and Spanish T.I; __ # __
She made two B's.-in human- _
Pickering.Mrs Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Stith and _
F F Stump spent last family of Valdosta Oa. were ties and physics I

week with her son-in-law and visiting her parents, Mr. andMrs. "It's not really more diffi I
Mr. and .Mrs.: John cult" at BHS, but she found
daughter L. F. Dinkins over the //0<0
W Griffin In Ochlochnee, Ga. weekend. herself behind In certain: areas r'h riM i iI

such as algebra and English. ii I
home by
She was accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. Larry M. Stoner I
:Mrs. Griffin who spent the of Ocala Mrs. Sam Oakes "My vocabulary was not verygood" i
Jearlean
weekend and daughter of Jacksonville aays.
Miss Bonnie Graudon will baa "When we first saw her, she
and Mrs. Norman Rigdon and
weekend guest of Mr- and children of Mandarin were looked so little and frail we f

Mrs John Josoy In Jackson didn't think she could makeit. r
weekend guests of Sir. and
ville and will attend the Bollcs Mrs. George W. Brown. ." Principal(! Sprow said. But

School prom Saturday night he added with a grin "She's
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Oraddick
and the breakfast at the Seminole >and 'N. N- Stringfellow of stronger than she looks..e

Hotel as thaguettt of At least one hour per days
Dothan, Ala. were Tuesday to
Into study at home, but
Johnny Josey. !goes
Thursday visitors last week ot
Mrs. Bertha Lang of Delray Mr. and Mrs. N. R. crawfordand Jearlean can't always study as i
Beach Is spending several much as she likes because she
:Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Law-
weeka with Mr. and Mr. Paul has to work But sometimes on : a afT +

Raymond.Mrs. son.Mr.. and Mrs. George Pierce special assignments! it takes I II I
:Mae Jones of Jacksonville four to five hours she says. -T----T100 :
have as guests this week !..fra.Plerce's .
is visiting- her sister Mrs. On one occasion she recalls a ""

W E. Middleton for several wright, and sister.Mis Mis Pat Pearl Bawls Cart-of staying up until past 2 a.. m. % STRETCH NYLON ,a ,. 6eK'

days. Knoxville, Tenn. quite a feat for a tiny little ; "
YIOCK TURTLENECK ,
Mr and Mrs. M. A. Baldwin girl who has to rise at 8 a. m, 1 -
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Edwards '-
Jr, were.on a ,business-pleasure and ,Io ehores before school. : ) .
and daughter, of Fernandina
rip to MendenhaJl! Mlaa. frpro !Beach were weekend guests! of How does she study ,with so I Shells' .00% ACRYLIC BULKY

Sunday to Tuesday. many 'brothers and sisters 1J
Mr. and Mrs. David Browning. .
Rev. and .Mrs. V. J. RagH- around? Ten of the 14 still
Rev. W. A. Hogan, Rev.
dale are in Lakeland this week live at home.

attending the Florida Metho. hon Felder and Rowan Rev, Rev.Lawrence Glen Law-Car- "We Just all get togetherand S5 }fl Car.d
o:9!: .
dist Mrs.annual Bill conference.Elchuk and Miss roll are attending the Southern I help them. ; J I gan'tIh ''' .a

,
Soule Gregory of Jacksonvillewere Baptist Convention In MI- TWO tt +.f- p w
ami this week.
Tuesday visitors of Mr. quality and'c completely washable.In ry':"', 7t''= 1x \
I Mr.,and Mrs. Robert Barks- ry
and Mrs. F. W. Strickland. 'I BHS Awards choice of black white maize lima V7
dale and daughter, Bobble Sue, ; \1.
.I S
Brad-
Local admittances to
ford County ,Hospital this I and Linda Rae Rosier were on green, orange pink and fight blue.STRETCH ,.. weate'

camping trip to Gatlmburg, S'rf "

week Strickland include of :Klngsloy Mrs. Lakai Myra; I ;Tenn.,from Monday to Thurs- Handed Out .. ,. --- -...... ff t "" ,

,day of last week.Miss y
Robert Richard of Keystone DENIM'i
sMISSES'
Ida Lou Plummer of .
Heights: Guy T. .Anderson, I rcontlnui-d From Page One} 1'
Macon School of Nursrg: Macon $ 5 5 r
Lacy Brown. GeorgeBrown I Oa. was home for the JAMAICA $7.99Shorts.
_
and' Marlon Boatright of : weekend. Home Economics Louise 5 1t3
Lawtey; Mrs. Audrey Ruth Batten. VALUES .
of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cole
Kite Mrs. Maude Drills,.Mrs- I ? Art-Frank Patterson-
,Cbula Vista Calif., were stayIng -
_
Louise Wendt, Mrs. Leona: BoYS physical education

Sapp Mrs. Dorothy Johns I at the Magnolia Hotel Cecil CJasklns and James MoOollie. )ur lteq. $1.99' y
from .Friday to Wednesday
ZoItowsU. Mrs. Ab- \ CHOICE OMM NY STYLES
Sylvester while visiting friends here. ---If ? r
ble Jessie James Lee; Girls physical education 9 For'
Harley
$ '
and Oldon Barton, all of They are enroute to Marylandand Sandra Leach and Kay Davis. $300 '" JfOW! e. what' l tnitiMnfous special purchase buy for ourJi..J W "

Starke. I New York to visit relatives. American :Legion Leadership; I 1 Anniversary Sail! Full fashioned, hand detailed in various \ P 4 ., \

Mr. W. 0.,/Thom8s ST., and Mrs. Cole Is the former Mrs. Award-Larry McLeod.American < I $1 "59 ea. knit patterns and collar styles. In all the newest fashion '

Mr. and Mrs. W. O- ThomasJr. Frances Olmstead, of Starke! >Lealon Leider Tailored for comfort fit In cotton and i I( colDvd completely washahla. Sues SM-U Don't miss
Mrs and Mrs. M F. Hazen. f a'
ship! Award eighth grade W yolous Carp value .
and children of Jacksonville .
Washabla colon
stretch deninv,
Mr, and Mrs. V. V: Hazen and Gloria Crews.. nylon l. .. *" "
of /
were weekend guests "t>-
Mr. and'Mrs. Fred Bennett. Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Hazen of navy, white, beige blue, green and i-I + .f tDorange.

attened the Hazen family reunion Sizes 8 to -
Mr. and Mrs. James Biggs of at the home of Mr. and
Atlanta. Oa. will visit her 18.'t
BHS Takes "
Mrs. W. M. Hazen In. Gainesmy
parents, Mr. and Mrs. He .ville on Sunday. \ '
: Purchase!
Stefanelll over the weekend and Special
Mrs. Curtis Edwards
and Mrs Bill Torode .of
Mr
children visited Mr. and Mrs. Firm Stand ACETATE
St. Augustine, and Mr. and TRICOT y ivl
Horace Redding In Jacksonville -
Mrs. W E. Torode spent the on Sunday.Mr. L- SHIFT LENGTH / NO IRON lx

weekend at their camp on.the '
.
I and Mrs. W. F. Herlong On
Ochlawaha' River. of Saluda N. C. and Mr. and Truancy Gowns MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE I
.
Miss Cynthia Scott of Jacksonville Mrs. Charles Burris of San '.,
was a weekend guest of \
Dlegoi Calif. were Monday II
Miss Phyllis Haddock. overnight guests of Dr. and [Continued Prom Page Ones I: at an AnnivarsarrSpecial r ? Sport Shirts
and '
Misses Carol Fisher,
If he is
,Mrs. H. H. Adams. unsuccessful the case Purchase
Janette Frail of ,Oalnesv1lle! Y Y
Is
Mrs and Mrs. Dan Martin turned over to the principal
were Sunday afternoon visitors ef Brunswick. Oa. were Sun-, for referral toha, Juvenile Price of Only --I>
e e e
Jackson
-W -
pf Mr. and Mrs. T -
day visitors of Mr. qndMrs-I court; $
'
M. 1..1 LaWIlOn. A family study will be made $2.99

will" Mr.spend and the Mrs.weekend, :Ben ,Rowland with :Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Edwards by by> Juvenile the Juvenile Court, usually \. t ,, $199 $ .**.7* : VALUES 2 f.- r ;

attended n going-away dinner : Counselor Florence 1 Value m t.
.
their son-in-law and dau4h-'
at Jennings, and I '"
for Mr, and Mrs. Ed rich a disposition m:
Jer, Mr. and Mrs.: _Dwight
the Harvest House In Jack- made a> early IJ,1t ponalble. The 6 r" r
Marshall and family in Apa- sonville Saturday given by director of pupil personnel will j xn r Full cut and lIeautifu"l) tailored with Choice of top quanty tan River woven

lachlcola and will attend the members of \the: Arlington always be present, for- the bearing I' 9A front overlay nylon sheers plaids or Klopman's Dacron and cotton

:graduation! of Sandra Marshall Church of Christ and h" will maintain. a I g ; and delicate lace trim. In Pastels and >solid colors. Ideal Father's Day gift.- /

from high, schooL and Dr.. and Mrs. H. H. Adams watch over the pupil's attend- + + bi.li shades. SML k Sizes S. M, I L. XLHO.IRON MEN'S NO-IRON
Mrs. John Kopelcnisos
and daughter.; Jane, and Mr- ance pattern when the truant ,
daughters, and Mrs., Michael
and Mrs. W. F. Herlong attended youngster reenters school, If 'i .
//fatsos and daughter of Birm .a 50c PANTIES Walk Shorts
the aw ;
the funeral of Dr. pupil was. only warned, in .. a DRESS SHIRTS
ingham. Ala. are spending.ten. -.r ,1.t i h 1 .
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Adams' sister, Mrs. Betty court. t 1 Short sleeve Dacron % M .
days! at the Kopeloinos' cottage! In,, coats where the a 1 and cotton In whit*. *Jtnvn
pn KlnRsleY' Lake. They will be Strohmeler. In Jacksonville is student Run proof elastic lei ) 4 14V4-17. Our rei. $2.99 f, mj Our Reg.
their husbands over Monday afternoon. placed on probation the white end colors. GuvS. S for $1 / S. $3.99 $333Smirtly
joined by .
Mn and Mrs. Curtis Edwards juvenile counselor also keepsa anteed tor 1 year. +l'-I =' y4 a T-SHIRTS
the weekend. BRIEFS SHORTS
:
watch on the vl
of the
nnd family will vacation laFort progress !"* ."' s0
'Mrs. Lillian Phillips of Lake r Firnou* Pak Nit proc
cases. styled belt loop shorts inn
Lauderdale! from Saturday .
v nt ehr+nk
City and Mrs. Mary Lane of: Tuesday. I 69c NYLONSSeamless =' 1. i ..... pr Shorts In fine *.J ,, the new hot colors of Chill, Gold,
:Jacksonville! were visiting Mrs. r brocctaloth '$220 OilY ui) Elicit Sue).29 to 40.
Dr. and Mrs. 0. L. Haynes .
YOUR CHOICE SALE
Bertha Pearce over the week- Man mesA or pltin with
Anne Mr.and Missing
Jr and daughter
fcnd. run guards In toe and lop.Newest ,4 4c I
A. N. Holliday, Mrs.
QM James Tallcv and John Mrs. t color. 8i>' to 11. '
O. L. Haynes Sr.. and Miss Found Wounded
Aida of the usa Forestal
Jane Waffler attended the
>Torf oik*Va. were visiting Mr.

and Mrs. J. B. Talley over the graduation: of Mr. and MM. [Continued ytomi Paja Onel MEN'S WHITE = BIG BOYS
:Weekend.Mrs. Bobby W. Welch and Arthur : [ Ladies Loafers L ADI ES' & CHILDREN'S .y. 3*

L. Holllday from Wimam- the nJght, and no motive ,, ,mss DECK OXFORDS ty DECK OXFORDS
gave ,
: A. L, Carr and Roy J. TENNIS SHOES ;
:Andrews of Jacksonville were Carey college Hattiesburg.Miss. for his action. STI 57 ;p. 43.99 Si 83 F r_:.. .
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JHundar visitors of Mr. and On Saturday.Mrs Egan was brought to Bradford Value mar $1.69 Value I '" Value S3.491-I IT
George B. Flynn Sr. County Hospital and Val".* C
Mrs- R. O Dannby. Popular penny loafer stytw
"_ Tern] Dopant underwentfoot and.,granddaughter Cheryl later carried to Clay Memorial with full knitfit linin,. Cordo- Cushioned I eliotcj I of 9 '9 Canvas uppers and ip.cil! r Canvas, uppers aS3.49r" special u
surgeryIn the University Phillips are spending a week: Hospital in Green Cove vm and cobbler tan In sires colon Insoles, squeegee cola Sizes 6Vi to 12. war =n' sole.: Sites 2 to 8 in white only
all
JMcdlcal Center on Monday. In Athens. Oa. with Mrs. Springs, at his request. His.. 5 to 10. I res. A real great value. Stock up now (fot the summer.9rX12f ,

r K. T: Duncan of Went. Point, Flynn's grandson and wife. condition was reported as satIsfactory ,'(;, ...
and William Mc- ..
Ga. spent Sunday to TUeldayWith Mr. Mrs. Wednesday night

his parents. 'Mr. and Mrs. Clane. Mr. and Mrs. McClane and it was expected that he BOYS' ,& JR. BOYS'
will graduate from the University would be released. soon. ,
K. O. Duncan. He was accom-
of Georgia Saturday.Jim Egan Is said PERMANENT PRESS !
on to have left
,anted here by his sister Miss ...
'
Shuford is confined in his home on akevlew Drivein .
ATarvaret home.Duncan who is regaining Alachua Oeneral Hospital witha Keystone early Monday 100% (

broken leg received In a high afternoon, and his absence was ; Sport Shirtsr. '
01 Mr. and Mrs. WaIteStew- school football practice: last reported by his wife when he 41 ;1.

j rt of,Gainesville and James did not return 'Nylon I { .
Wednesday. about 4 p.m. : of #(
Cooper of Chlefland were Sunday A t ,4 ,_ 1 Our Reg. $ .
)[r. and Mrs. Robert Oreen sei-ach was organized, using 5. .
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C. and. daughter. Marian and maps of the area provided by ,, $1.99 3. for': .

..If Cooper' vesting' f the. Coopers 'Mrs.\ Eoline Smith,, spent the- Clay Electric: CooperativeDeputy Pile Rugs '
this weehi are S'S; t. andMrs.- .
weekend with Mr. and Mrs- Green said he was 44

SavannaMr Jimmy Ho;*. in Sanford. on. his way .to Keystone when ALL OUR REGULAR $1.69 EACH. 1

Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Denmark stopped near Mldlakes by an Bit selection in solids, plaids and :!'t.:

. and. Mrs.Harold Br n- and daughter, Joyce, will attend employee of Clay Electric who $29.95 .$1888 all t
prints
79c'd -
ham were visiting Mr.; and the graduation of their said he believed he had spotted )., VALUES Fabrics permanent press. BoyyiB

'Mrs. S. J!:. Branhant Palatka. sont-Stevev, from Gordon, Mill- UM missing man's car. ,. ;;;;, 5:,. to 18. Junior boys'.3,. to. 7.BOYS'

!\ '' ,. ,,,f ,
:Ion .toll41.11' J/
Sunday.' tary, College. Barnavtlle Ga. : A tremendous value In decorator tweeds and solid .
Mr. and "''frs. Charles' >Ic- on Sunday afternoon. "' ; i 1'1< t'
s IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF colors. Extra thick deep pile and thick cushion ,G KORATRON .SLACKS.
.jQualir ol Wascros Oa. were Misses Diane Firth and Jan. TUB EIGHTH JUDICIAL CtR- !backing. Nylon bound four sides. 9x12'ijSale/ 5 7 $
oo
Sunday visitors of ,M&., ndirs. !ice Curwood of St. Petersburg CULT OP FLORIDA IN AND. yd. Wash, dry and'wear. Ivy, continental aad wide loop stylist 3

>, Harold Godwin FOR ,JBRADFOIU COUNTY. proximate size. I la durable twill. Sizes 818. $;1.99 Value.."?-_ .?._...._ _...
Junior College will %e in ,Atlanta JOHN KRANKLINWEAVER, '
. Dr. M, O-BUth\ Washing--. '. Oa. from Friday to Plaintiff, 27"x4S" TO 30"x50'RUGS\ $ 88 fabrics Choose -from permanent a huge selection press of and Dan regular.River ,IR. ROTS PERMA-PRESS SLACKS $ 88

Jton. DL C. spent..th.weekend .Wednesday to take the Georgia LO'I"TTA.. frORBECK "WBAVBR!! 1 Also Piaywear.ducks end Signature ,cottons.Catton.PDly.sIM In ..half. .boxer waist and talT front 31 to .

-wlth Mr. sad, Mrs., J-. R."Chasteca !Dental Hygiene. Board exami D.f.ndaat. oir> $2. 99 Values YOUR CHOICE Don't.miss. this 22c yard saving sale.. ,7. Our ."1-, V%<*,....... I '!, .. ..,t-_-' -, .-, :- n--r-
nation. Hoi-ion rrrTO
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; BRADFORD OOtTNTT TELEOKArn. STARKB. FLORIDA ..... TIIRLRt
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BPW Installation I Shower Is Given i' Garden Club' Installs. Officers, Road Surveys

Held FridayThe For Mrs Burch.. Picky:; 'Member of, The Year' Started At

wGLADYS .. ._. _._c ..... ._ __ L 1ke. Santa Fe
Starke BUFIHOHH & 1'0' Mrs Robert D Burch was 1 I
tensional) Women'! Club hold +ra houoieil at a. Illul'U. shower YIdw '
their nnniml installation. Jiii- TueuJay l night in the I'resby- Surveys have been started

MOOTY ner Friday evening at the tel Ian manse oa Chatty'\ surest; on two road construction proJects -

Phone !964-7603! Branding Iron with Delia given by) the. ladles of UN i which will core areas

_____ RoMenborg prenldlng Dorothy church.A ', )bordering; on Santa. Fe and

.P--------I. ..t Mllbergcr gave the devotlnns blue and white color Little Santa Fe Lakes.
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-' ----- r y and Evelyn!: Haney the addreai scheme Walt carried out In 7 L'hMrs. One of the roads will be built

v of welcome. decor Uona. The mantel held! from the south end of SR 21A

1 z. Quocta fur the Hnner weriincoming an tkrramemt-iit-< bluo.. andwhits to the boat ramp on the east
71. .'Al+ITtF l .. 1 I
Little The
e ''T district director Con l 4 chrysaathemuQift! gypmophlUa ". shore of Santa Fu,
nla. l i I other one starts! at SR 21, near);:
McKenzie, Ol.t Lee :Means! liydiunntfR, and delpliInluin. ,
H Marie. Saunders. and Evo .LL flanked by white tapovs "" : .: Faith Presbyterian Church
; Clark of tho Lake City Bl'W 'M1 p Nir1r In silver holders. I mining westerly to the big

I I club; Sybil Bcazewell rind The lace covered refreshment .... lake where It will extend
Wf&.Gi Glenda Sue Alvarez or StarknGlenda table held, a punch bowl I J '$ILII\I'\ .f' .. north and south. to serve portions -

Silo rocpiveil, the DfW: ,\' a n ilkr'4 t ta tilled with crushed ice and 'J .: of the eastern shore\; act

r yh award for being the ontslaml Coca-Colas at one end of the ." ; tlement.{
III ing senior girl In bmUnoflfl tub table. The bowl wus encli'elect' .. : Estimated coat of both JoLwIs

jucts at Bradford High-::I hool..I11'1J. with a garland of Ivy and hy- : ... ,.. "!';r. 1 $110.000.
riy Sue Allen Deas To McKenzie installed the drangea blossoms. At the I. ',I .. The two Jobs, which are

e following>! slate off! ofUlcvi-m other end was a tray of cakesquarea I '. '",t"iJ \ listed as.one for contract purposes -
T --- '" -
Wed Mr. ThrasherThe President, (Mildred Doyle; P'II'II'' I+' decorated with blue I' --1"----- have top priority In
Vice Provident, Evelyn. Han v; booties Centering the table I .IfHHlo Vmrjig (irrond front lt.fl) rw".lv...H tiwttnt from Bradford County's secondary

engagement and approaching Second Vice President, TVllu Mary Lynn Bees I X was a cake made In the shape :IrH. Margaret TVIJIIt-r ax. nin*' club offlivi-rn. offer rnngmtulit'tluni rpad building program.

marriage of Miss Roaenborg: Recording Secretary To Wed !Mr. Ritch of a bnby bassinet with a doll (frani "U-ft) Mrs' Norman, Mrs. Hirnlln, Mr' Fullwuod,
Sue Ellen Dells and James
Dorothy Milberger: Corresponding I baby lit the center. In back of idol MfH. Marling/ HTOKY HOLlt
Fletcher Thrasher is knnoun-! Secretary, Ruth Mr. and Mrs. Robert Webster. the) cake was a threebranchsliver < AT TUB IJIJ1CVUV:
ced by the brlSe-elect's parent's Haddock; and Treasurer Dear Hot of Fort Lauderdale an_ i candelabra. with white Tho Stai-ko Garden,/ Club held president conducted the tu: lnuHS l-
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Rhoden. Its annual covered, dish when "Animals Are; The Funniest
meeting antiuiU
reports -
notmre the engagement of he' candles. A tray held blue and supper
Deas of Lake City. The groom- Desta Dyal Introduced the daughter Mien; 'Mary: Lynn white checked diaper favors and installationof officers of vlce-pre.iklonth and\ People" will be the theme for

4, i; to-be Is the' son'of Mr and guest speaker, Mrs. Mclveniia, Bees, to James Hamilton filled with mints. Monday, night at> the homo of QommKtee chairmen were glv-; Story Hour at the PubUo

I i iI Mrs.Lake N. B. -Thrasher-. ; also .of who spoke on "How... Good are Rltch of Went Palm '''Beach; Games were played by the Mrs. Maxie Carter Sion 'on. Chairmen for tho coming Library this afternoon'Thur<, ...

a.. I City. Women Bosses, Hon of Mrs. Grace Ritch ot 30 guests during the evening Klngsley Jake your were appointed. Mrs. Winkler
Miss Deis Is the {grand- day) George
4 Starke. Mrs. Point scoring for achievements -, Mrs. R. F. Young Installed
and prizes were won by
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. :E I!:, Pupils PresentedBy The bride-elect Is. graduate Tom: Jackson Jr. and Mrs. of club members showedMrs. the/ following officers for IDbT. will be the storytteller, All

W. Hayes of Starke. of Fort Lauderdale High Charles Wlemer- :: R. V. Young us wjua! < :''I 08: Mrs, .A. Russell Norman children 6 through. 9, are In.

The bride-elect graduated Mrs. EdwardsThe School and the University of The honoree received many of the Garden Club Member: president; Mrs. I> V, Hardtn, vited.

I from ColumbUu Hlh School Florida lovely gifts from the guests Award{ presented by the Com.. i first vice-president; Miss Del InRoMonbcrg'
and attended Lake City Junior piano. pupils of Mrs.
State Bank at Starke. second
munity vlreprestdent -
:Mr., Ritch from white and
graduated and of
Martha Peirce Sanders Becomes Bride I College..Sh: 1 iq .1 employed as W. H. Edward were presented Bradford High School and the blue chrysanthemums a corsage and del- The Savings Bond Award was ; ;Airs.: I... L. Fullwood,

I receptionist and bookkeeper in a Spring recital last University of Florida He is presentedby Mrs*) George, MIl-,I third vlce-preeldent! ; Mrs. T. I.
Of Mr. Inman In Church. Ceremony I for Dri It. N. Williams. Thursday evening at tho First employed 'thy the Internal Revenue phiniums. ler for- the bank > Mersereau. secretary: and Mrs. HAMMOND

:Mr. Thrasiiec: also graduated Baptist Church :Mrs. A. Russell Norman, T. B. Harding', ttenmirer
Mills Martha ''Peirce Sanders! bride's grandmother and worn from Columbia. High School' Ushers ''for1' the event were Service In WestPalm Seniors Leave ORGAN STUDIO

and Charley. Douglas UIn Jr. at her wedding The 'bertha and Is manager,of Eagle's Deportment June Hardy and Debra Prevatt. Beach.The couple, will be married For Nassau Sunday I
jxcjKyiged nuptial vows Sat- fell to the edge of the short Store In Live Oak. Floor' baskets 'tof pink gladoll in Saint Jerome's Catholic Youth, 16, Burnedy Factory.. Authorized -

UCday.Mny-: : at ItfO. BJnIn puffed>> sleeves which were dec- The marriage- will be solem and white-daisies !in an artistic Church Fort Lauderdale, Twenty-five members of the Hammond Organ
on RocketFuelI'
the First Presbyterian Church. oroted- with I pearl bead work. nized': on Saturday. July 2Q. at!) tan arrangement were placedon I August 5. BHS Senior Class will leave $ : Stiles A ftarvlca

with Rev. Robert D; Burch She wore a multiple strand 7:30: turn in the First! Baptist each side of the baby grand I Sunday night after Baccalea.it- I' Learn to play thin tony _y.
:Rocket fuel 18-
| prepared by
performing; the nuptials. The seed! pearl necklace and from Church, Lake City A< receptionwill piano. reat for.a five day trip to Nas I I'' year-old 110 N. W. 10th Are.Cento.
bride Isth daughter of hep head / .be held in the ohwoh ....... Jimmy Yawn backfired Gainesville *
plr? fell a lace edged mantilla > The 20 students taking part 1'1 1 1st Baptist WMUTo sau. The group will be accompanied :! Saturday. and sent him Shopping
and Mrs.: M R. Sl1oI(>I''*. of dyed to match the antique \.ton,1ulJ1.\ tminedii: alter were: Jimmy Prevatt, Beth by- Mr. and Mrs- Vernon '
to the \ Instead of \the
Star e'ana the !gro.guX.l3), tha satin bridal, gown. She the we<{t2lill! {. AH t'\'l ignd\' and Davis, Carol Ann Coleman, Till Meet TuesdayMiss Silcox and Mrs. J. E. hospital
son of Charles D. Inman Sr. carried a cascade relatives are invited M attend Thornton Jan rocket toward the moon.
bouquet of Searla, Cindy Hardy of. Starke, and Mrs. Leslie 'I eon andMrs.
oX
Judge
of Morrlatown Tenn. and the feathered carnations at.pha-t both the wedding and reception Oinsy, Cindy Stephens, Sherry Josephine Jones, executive BIns of Birmingham, Ala, Jimmy -...
., T. A. Yawn Jr., was re- t6'
late Mrs. Inman. node, daisies satin .streamers Norman Carol Bloodwol.th.Linda secretary of the Florida '
Starkeby '
The group -will leave f Sncetcrwn.:
The *,;altar was decorated!! and leaves.Mrs Woman's !Missionary Union for ., leoj.ed. from the BradfordCounty ;
ivy; Stephen, Debby Mitchell charted bus for Miami :, IV*iv iwet wattctM MKMtfMO
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a' -- I' Hospital Tuesday. He ._,
with background of greenery Sanders; rhone for herdaughter's Landa Thol'ntooS011ja more than 22 ;years, will bt where they will spend the r'.l : ONtv'kOMN".' ,MU WI
was burued on the face and
tall'wjiitf tapers In guest' Apcker at the general I ,8I Qualm' want UIIA4NI.M
\ wedding a -beigelare Biggs Donna Prevatt, Pam night and on Monday morning .. : .,.......
guests at the door, and stand- v arms when spontaneous., com.I I '
branched candelabra,. and was ,dress, with matching acceasorles Perry, Randy Chltty Jnnella meeting; of the. First Baptist 'will have a tour of Miami. 1T, !. .> } \' 1
centered ''bya. ftunburMt arrangement and a pink carnation Irg In the receiving tine were'tihft Thompson Karen Gliwy, Cindy Church WMU. on Tuesday, U. Ba i MI'' :i' ..,t'i.><( :. I, bustlon occurred in Uie rocket
will board the 8
bride' : Mr. and They _!lt. f, \\i:; fuel with which he woik-
of whty} : ,g)adloll, corsage. parents, Mitchell, Ellen Bloodworth June 6 A covered dish luuchi hama Star Monday afternoonfor ,,,".:u '_ ...:. ,.'..!!.....:.._ -11. was Better loans FnnUtur Co.
ZUra Barlow; 'of ing. Judge Yawn described the
chrysanlhe.m.uin% .and bajjv's l ."ilra.; D. W. Barlow grand- grandfather Cindy Koegel Juno, Hardy eon will ba served at noon.
arriving Ave.
the their five day trip, I 1300 8. Kdgewood
groom.Charles laman Sr. Green-Howard burns "as less than third degree -
breath. I raplhqr:> of the ; Levon Collins Debra All thelri and
wives
groom, was attired and members of the wedding Prevatt i pastors back In Miami early Friday ," JaeknoavIlle! llttr4da'' S22OSSCIIIOXJI.E
Mrs, E. M. Davltfv ecgajtlat. \ la,a blue lace dress! complemented ; and Cella Haynea.' WMU members of churches! In morning. They will return by EngagementMr.
Jimmy "put pretty
'party. can on as -
provided riuptldl'music: as th4 !, with a white. carna-I Following the mu.ilq pro- (he New River Association are bus on, Friday arriving In I a fireworks show as! you'dwant :!
JVIlud JviVwnle-
guests gathered. tIne corsaf( Graham Sand- gram. refreshments were serv Invited and urged to attend. I I Starke around' 3 p. m. and 'Mrs, William H to see" with hU chem -'
Wilbur Frederick Hunera A reception was held In the ers cut the bride's cake and Centering the refreshment Green of Lftwtey, announce icals, his father said.IM.1LIri .
served as best man. Ushers ,Presbyterian manse on Cherry Mrs. Guy Andrews, aunt of table was a low arrangementof WMU members from the Candy Stripers I the
were Ralph Inman Jr., and Street. The mantel held a fan- the bride assisted in serving. gladioli and daisies, Miss First Baptist' Church of Lake their daughter, Bonita Fay, to -

Gary King Inman, brother of shaped arrangement of pink Miss Beverly Crawford and Debra Prevatt poured punch Butler will. be guests at thl Receive ,PinsThe Alvtn., B Howard Jr.. son ot ; T.\\ KKl'KIITS: : ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH
the groom. gladioli shasta daisies and Miss Linda Paterson presided and assisting as hostesses were meetlhg.HoffmanFrees Mr and Mrs.. Alvin B. Howard !SHOW INCREASE

Mrs. Bobby Crawford at-, baby's ''breath, flanked by at the punch bowl. Mrs. Randal CUitty Mrs. Har- Candy stripers held a Sr..,ot .Starke, Stajke
Sales tax collections Sunday 4a.s&) : 9:15: a, m.
white meeting Wednesday in Bradford
tended as matron of honor tapers. Afterupending name time ry Hatcher Jr, Mrs.'' J. T. called last I Miss. Green Is a 1900 graduate '
and MUft Carrie Sanders 'was The. ,brlQ 's table was cov- I with their guests ,the couple Prevatt Mrs. J. E. Hardy M... night In the library of the -= of Bradford High School County allowed a 5.07 pep' Thursday Mass; 8:3: ( p. m. *

maid of honor., They, were at- ered with an organdy cloth left on a wedding trip to Daytona W. B. Thompson, and Mrs. a -Jtf Phi- Bradford County- Hospital and la employed at the'Atlantic cent: increase for April over ,MU'ft iUou8 Medal. NovenaS.turday.j'l .
'Mrs. Charlotte Frees und
tired ldoiUlga0y In pale pink over satin. Ivy garland around Beaoh. The bride traveledIn Frank Mitchell.. I where the girls were given National.Bank of Jackson!: I ip P. Hoffman Sr. were united t 5 p. m... and T
Identification ptn
cage organza over taffeta with the edge were caught at the a two piece green: linen null personal ,vllle. Mr. Howard Is now servIng 1007 collections\
in Thursday, May totaled }23-
marriage on
matching flat .how headpiece. corners with white satin bows. with eggshell accessories. She, purchased by the. Hospital In. the U.. S Army. p. m.,
with short veils. They carried At one end of the table was a wore the corsage of white carnation UDC LuncheonThe 23 at 10 a Churcb m.In the First. Auxiliary.Mrs The wedding will be an 3:18.611.1I: cuiiiptuud U> J216O223 ,- HIV WUXIAM'I CMUBCJIKeystone

pink ,daisy nosegays. punch bowl surrounded by tnt a. her bridal bou- Methodist wtth'Rev.V D. H. Penoyer sponsor, event of Friday Juno? 9. at I 8 ; for April 1006. Height
performing the
The bride given. In marring (feathered carnations and W. T. Weeks chapter, J. Ragsdale the also presented the following p. m. In the Hellbronn Baptist Union County showed a9. Sunday Maos:, 7:30'a: m:

by, her father; wore an Jietr streamers and the wedding quet.For the lummer. Mr. and' UDC will hold 1U annual cov- nuptials !In the presence and of few girls with Volunteer Pins'for Church A reception will beheld per cent decline for tho slime, Wednesday: Mans and Novena -

loom gown'of ivory! pane 'crepe cake at the other end. In the Mrs. Inmar will reside at ered dish luncheon and instal- immediate families a past loyal and faithful service following the ceremonyin month, 7 p.m.ST. .
and Clay col-
satin. made on princess lines, center of the ,table was a rep- 112i/x' BeU'' .Ir Road In Clear- lation of officers on Wednesday -,i close friends. to the hospital! through the Florida" State Prison \ County MAKr'8" CIIUKCHMacclennry
ending; in a abort; train The lica of the bride's bouquet, water. Thej plan to resume June 7, at 12 noon at the Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman are their activities connected with Club.house. lections were off 1f!>G pep' cent. -

sabrlna neckline, waa finished and Oliver candelabra with their studies at Florida State KIngsley Lake home of Mrs.I residing 'at' 809 W Cypress the Candy Striper program: AU friend. and, relatives are Sunday Mass: 11:30 ..- m.

with a deep rose point dutchess burning white' tapers UnlveraM* k ,the fall. F. B. Beard. Street. Bonnie Thomas Betsy. Mat.. Invited.

lace bertha' belonging to the, Mrs. T. A. Yawn gieetedl I I thews Jackie: Hines, Karen'' ,I. .
!Wise Oerrl 'Mooty, and Sever-
'! ly crawiora. I NORTHSIDB )BAFTIST!

On 'Saturday' the 'Candy i. cated.on: / Bayiooaway iflBh! BIGSELECTION
Sttlpers: held:! a beach party aft f Silt 333lfti Bedford' ROM I

the home of Mrs. E, E. Thorn II [SR 161. SerulceaHund4,> :
ton on Kingsley Lake where a School 10.. m. SundaeMornlaa ''
cookout and swimming ,
I hamburger !\ Worship. 11 a, m
was! enjoyed.Luncheon Training Union 6:30: p. m
OF.
I Svenlnk: Service, 7:30.: Mid
Given I Wednesday I II
Week Prayer Service

I For Lee Darby I I 7:30.: -Rev. OlenM !.,.,"
,
hon pastor. I Just'GRAD

Mrs. Bandy Johns entertained WATCHES Ar

I tOW1aIdt'i at a delJghtfulluncheon I
; last Saturday at her home on
PV THM CIKft'tT ('Ot'nT OP '
GIFT FOR
Bessent road honoring her his- VlJOltll.KlIlffTII} .TUI1ICIAI.[ A GRAND GRAD!

ter. Miss Lee Darby, a, iBHS OIKC'UIT. IN ANy t'Oil VHALtt.CAHU \rl

I graduate.The 1.-on 1) Nl). 88JAMKS ..1'I I
I buffet table was cool : M. DKVIKONH: FAMOUS MAKES
l; eyed' with a white cutwork ','I'luiutlft' .
i
cloth and centered with an arrangement BISTTV vs.- t.nIl! DRMMO.VS,
I of pink and white I fufnlldiLnt.'
fto'lJCi-l': ) ntr MIIV, roll s ? 95
sweetheart and baby
roses
,I |>I\OH. <'ilTO ? S
breath. The two card tables
JIWTTY J..JJIII: UKMMOMH Q 4
where the eight senior\ girls Yuu are hereby notified that
A cojnplalnt for dlvert-ik ban buuufllud ] 0
II were seated. were centered: Htfalnut. you and you urn. I I

( \\ with arrangements silver. cups of holding stokesift small andaardenlu. r plaint.
I 'At each place setting Ralph" Ik Thomas. d11 KlnxvlvyAyenu 01.1
was a small gift for each. ..t- Oraiiir Park, V'lorldn'',
32073, and file the original
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Mrs. Johns was assisted! in snnwer
I serving by her mother, :Mr. of the bf r.\\- &d1:11h Circuit'otftue: I II SPECIAL ,.

I ; i 7 'y"I Charles Darby. I on.Court or Bradford bMfo..i.. the County Iftth Florida.day olJun ,,
I ., 1DU7. It you fall. to di III",I KEG. $7.95 BOYS AND GIRLS
Judgment by default will be taken -,
Mrs. Davis Presents
airalnHl you" for. the r.li.l daniandBil I
', lu. the ,e.tnplainb WATCH BANDS $4.00COME
Piano Students -
DON tat. OKOBKKD: at
Blarke. Flo*Ida, tide Hth day.
Mrs. E. M. Davis will present ot 4fay. lam.l'hnrl I .
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'A.
DnrliyCI.ICHK
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her pupils in a piano : CIRCUIT. '
OV THH
A J recital on Friday at 8 p.m. In COURT SEE OUR TREMENDOUS SELECTION OF
By'I Jlnulah M. MioUjrDeputy
the Stark Woman's Club. The Clerk GRADUATION CHARMS

: a SLEEPS TV0COMFORTABLY publlo I I. Invited. RALPH .I. THO)!.'"
'
JJ '' Appearing:? on the program Atm ney for plaintiff "
1 ; c ti7it KlnirHley. AvenueOryn
ti wU| be Jennifer Base. Debra e "ark' k'lorltlafl13. LARGE SELECTION OF GIFTS FOR
e f f"It's SCott Barbara. Schmitt, .Jim- ftp ant
mle Andrews. Joy Andrew. THE GRADUATE AT LOW PRICES
.' STYLE COMFORT VALUE! Charlotte Whitehead. Denies
Winkler Patsy Carter Janie THE BRADFORD SPEIDEL WATCH BANDS LADY BUXTON

4 I. 4. < Like modem? This fs the group for you! Cosy-cars wasfidbfo Carter, Melody Cuttlno. Walter jll COUNTY TELEGRAPH AND LORD BUXTON BILLFOLDS

s leather-like 'vinyl that wears arid wears! You II lika the cam 1 j Prevatt, Carrie Sanders, I Published every Thursday *

: _. .I fortable- channel back design of- sofa bed and chair. Converts 1 erln Peek Dale Ifaa, Diane I II at' 138 WV Call St., BRITISH SXERLINq; COLOGNE &. AQUA

., r ,,-,=7e easily Into bed for 2. This group includes sofa bed, chair, 2 step ', I Mary Ya'vn,stw'Vndornilh,Sh rlenS' pllln'= \ ton, and I Starke Fla. 32091 FULL LINE 01llfL." JEWELRY CLASS

., ". tablescocjkfail' tabU and beautiful lamps Com in* I ? I Second class postage paid RINGS

''k 'tind- ses it, you'll agree it is a real bvyl l lJ' I Lorenzo Greens .! nt Starke, Fla. .

i :Subacrlptlon! Rt.:
Charm Free
Bracelets
Plan-
ReceptionI -I Engraving ,
In trade area: |4 OO per _
+ Your Choice Lounge Chair or Platform Rocker With this group.AFact' I I Open House will be celebrated year; $3.23: fix month..
I ,by Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo SAVE BIG, e Buy Your Gifts From
........-. I I 1 : Oreen on their 30th' wedding Outside trade area: '..30

anniversary on Sunday, June j per year; $2. O sU month
You I .
," Furniture Co. 4, from 3 to S o'clock at their E. L. 2latthew. and Williams JewelryI
editor
Can Do Better At" ellm. home, 1806 Raiford Road. I publisher .
I relatives
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rum BKAPFOnP COUNTY> TELlO......... STAIUCB. 1'WRWS' _TIHJnSDAY, JUNK_ 1. 1907


bow to "live at home." I Skin Cancer New 'Freedom Shares' Will Earn PINE LEVEL IIAJ'TIlfT Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m. HI-WAT CHAPEL :
Early History Of Bradford County In the early 1890's) the I I Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Result From Sunday School 10 a. m
I Georgia Southern & Florida] May ; Wednesday. Rrr. W. XNewmatia
Railroad was built throughthe Too Much Sun 4.74 Per Cent Upon MaturityPresident Morning Worship, 11 a. m pastor. West Weldon St. and Rai-
Pre-Servten Booster( bemo. ford Road 18.
Told In 42-Year-Old county, which gave birthto
Newspaper New River Sampson City How excessive exposure to -Lyndon B. Johnson battlefield. Many of us must, Young People, aDd Pray AIRPARK BAPTIST 7 p. m.-Li. I* Parker pastor.

and Theressa. It crossed the the sun's strong rays is an launched the 1907 "ShareIn quietly and firmly do what Service], 6 p. m. Evenlrn Sunday Services Sunday

From The Telegraph lion had Increased sufficientlyto Seaboard at Hampton and acknowledged cause of manyof Freedom" campaign for the we can and all that we must Worship, 7 p. m. Midweek. Sunday Services: Sunday School] 10 a. m. Morning

IxHiie. June 5, 192:! send a respectable! quotaof added -Impetus to -the growthof the hundreds of skin cancer sale of U. S. Savings Bonds here at home Buying bonds, Service, Wednesday '1:30: 9 I School. 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. C. A Youth
soldiers to fight for the that fine little city. About cases which will develop among with an announcement of a regularly. Is as important to m.-Her. D. L. Ramsey, pas Worship, 11 a. m. Training Group 6 >. m. Evening Wor-

(Author t'nknoun) Southern cause No battle was the same time the Wannee Floridians in the summer companion savings 'note, to be this nation in the long reachof tor. Union 6:30: p. m. Evening ship, 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting: ,

fought In this county and the branch of the Seaboard was months ahead is emphasized. in known, as a Freedom Share. history as almost anythingwe Service 7:30.: Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Thursday.:
Bradford County began to only depradatlon by Yankee built from Starke southwest, a free pamphlet, "Sense In The The new security went on iale can do." BET1IEL BAPTIST CHVBCP Prayer Meeting, 7:30: Dm -Leroy Lightsey, pastor
tie settled about 1S30, mostly soldiers was the burning of a and gave birth to Ward City, Sun" now being made available May 1.Freedom. Tens of millions of Americans Rev. Leroy Olive, Pastor. I
tot farmers from middle Georgia turpentine still at Saxton and now Brooker. And soon after to the public. without cost Shares will be Bold now hold the popular Sunda School, 10 a. m

who came well equippedto several hundred barrels of the Tampa. and Jacksonville ,by American Cancer Society only! \\n combination with sales Savings Bonds which got Morning Worship 11 : m

hew new homes out of resin. The melted resin flood- Railroad was constructed from Information Offices and Field 'Of 'Series fC Savings .Bonds:!, their start in May 1941. Today I .- --- ----- ---.-- -
the forests They chose mainly ed nearly an acre and traces Gainesville to Sampson City, Representatives through regular Payroll Savings more than $503: billion is ---- ----------- --
the rich well-drained lands and thus Graham Into and BonJ-A-Month Plans. outstanding in the hands of -
of it can still be ecen. came
lakes.A The pamphlet tells how skin
the rivers and
along By this time Starke had being. The railways Increased concer Is the most prevalent The new security will earn Bond purchasers, representingsome I \

few were slave owners and made her debut, with stores the settlement, afforded new of all cancers yet has a high 4.74 per cent interest when 23 per cent of the pub .
raised cotton and corn, In for both necessities and luxuries shipping points and made the held to maturity- 4'/a' years licly owned portion of the national
rate when detected and
large quantities; the others --- as went then. Enterprising forests available. Saw milling cure propctly treated In time and It must be held for one year debt.Savings Come on in! The water's fine atI
cleared only enough land for merchants with I tie-making, veneer making, could be before It Can ,be cashed. Bonds have long
props for their own needs and capital settled here and bought and naval stores manufacturing many cases outdoor preventedby Series E Bonda will continueto been a major tool l in the development .

went In tor cattle raising. cotton coming all the way started up and have flourished taking precautions. earn 4.15 per cent Interest. ] of thrift habits and

This was a profitable business from Columbia, Alachua, Clay, l ever since. It is especially Importantthat when held'to maturity 7 in helping the governmentmeet I I
The range", abounded In, good and Putnam coun'les. Starko The third great turning citizens of Florida be years. its obligations and combat i
pastures and the herds Increased made aware of the effect of Shares will be sold inflation I i
was then the only trading point In our County's history Freedom =
fast though receiving -- the sun on the skin a Society It is ,that dollars I ONTANA
point of any consequence' for took place when In 1921, In tour denominations $23. expected ,I
very little attention from 40-50 miles.Hampton the portion of the county spokesman said. Floridians $50, $75 and $100 with purchase Invested in the new Freedom I
their owners. The animals came Into beingas east of New River separated spend a great deal of their prices of $20.25 $10.50, Shares will be dollars that

when ready for market were Cross Roads and Lawtey Itself from the west of the time outdoors. They enjoy 60.75 and $81, respectively.There would ,mot otherwise enter the
driven to Jacksonville and had already won the reputation river. The latter 1s now Union basking In the healthful sun will be an annual limitation savings market.

sold of being the ]largest ]logging County. What was the rays on the beaches. They fish, on holdings of $1,350 VILLAGEaoa
sail. work afterday
Eastern Bradford County station on the railroad. first thing this young Brad- ski, Many day face value. With an investmentof ,

nettled up slowly. The first Saw logs were carried to the ford County did, after it was outdoors In many occupa- $39 a purchaser can get
settlers made their homes big mills at Jacksonville and, free to do as it I pleased? Onlyto tions. These citizens, ho said back $50 half In 4'/a' years,

along the old Newnansvllle & the cross ties were shippedall I bond itself for over halfa particularly those of fair complexions the other half In 7 years. The t U CAAOUU /
whose skin leJt'.erw: --
Middleburg: Road which en- over -the world. million dollars '->r good combined yield of the two securities I'
tered the county south of Our county, like all other roads! and blisters, rather than tans, If each is held to full I

Hampton and traversed it in southern sections, felt keenlythe should protect themselves. maturity, Is 4.39 per cent. '
a NFl direction. This road effects of ,the war but the ,...........y......... They should enjoy the sun In introducing the Freedom HEW HEATED -
in small doses. should 1
but They
or lather trail, carried a people struggled on bravely Share a temporary additionto r:t
great deal of traffic. Cotton, to rehabilitate' their scattered wear hats shirts and garmentsthat the Savings Bonds "line" 'arM, SWIMMING POCtx>
hides and other products were fortunes. Their children start- THERESSABy provide shade They President Johnson said: '. '
brought from the big plantations ed more farms and new set- should seek recommended "Fredom must at all timesbe Here you have your oxn ]peiwa4 -- +.Tr

in Alachua County to tlers came In. Linda Crawford screening lotions, creams, or defended, because It is at Ask eottage-go omimming when you "-

Middleburg where the pro- About 1878, the railway was I ointments designed to help all times besieged. Not all of want to in Fontana'si kcmrkras,beaterS
ducts sold] to & && AA protect exposed parts of the called to fight on the
were or shipped enabled to put immense quan- us are
body. Charley swimming; pool.-.enjoy the Lappieetholiday
Jacksonville: on barges or tities of land on the market; I Hope Baptist Church
steamers on Black] Creek, a lands that had been grantedto Recreation is held each Friday Besides literature, the American Get AcquaintedDay you and yow sing:,

deep and navigable stream the RR by the State but night at the community Cancer Society has a film have had in years!

which flowed into the St. which hitherto had been in house, beginning at 7:30: p. m.. on the, subject"' of "Sense In I Is Set Jots Fontana Village. is the Gnat" SaaakyMountains'
Johns River litigation. They were well advertised Everyone is invited to come The Sun. Free showings to For
KindergartenWednesday
I adult, clubs and organizations largest net .... ?
Plantation aupprles were in the North and and participate.

brought home on the return were eagerly bought sight There will be a Fellowship may be arranged by contact- June 7, will be About this question: not far from where yeti, >nie4'DEAL _-- ::..
trip. Great droves of cattle, unseen. New settlers came in dinner at the community house Ing local] Society offices or "get acquainted day" for chil- FAMILY RESORT, \

fattened on Payne's Prairie great numbers and made this Friday night. It starts at Field Representatives. Book- dren whose parents plan for,, "A most tragic occurrenceis
fe
excellent in FbofcnM
for the film should be Fishing Lib
also passed along this road home all along the railwayand 7:00: p. m.; the community is Ings them to attend kindergarten'' to think insured
to Jacksonville. The settlers miles away from it on invited. made well in advance of meet- Southslde or Starke Elementary you are in May and. Jane, and there's. craft
then when loss !
a
along the road did a thriving both sides. Sunday School] 10 a. m.; Ing dates.MAYOR'S next fall. discover that making, square: dancing, sense taunt,, z
trade with the teaniaterstak- Starke grew at a great Morning Worship 11 a. m.; occurs, your
Children are invited to tennis shuffleboard horseback
rUicg
_
ing worn-out draft animals In rate, Cross Roads was renamed Training Union 6:30: p. m.: COURTThe spend 30 minutes visiting In insurance has lapsed. Can _
exchange for fresh ones and Hampton and erected Evening Worship 7:43: p. m-: the classroom betwen a and 9 this happen if premiums! plenty more to see and dol '

selling", commodities to them. brick stores, and Lawtey from Wednesday night Prayer Serv- following cases were a. m. or 12:30: and 1:30: p. m- are not paid when due?" Supervised play for children baby ( :

Some of these settlers acquired being a mere logging campof ice 7:30: p. m. with choir prac- disposed of In Mayor's! Court To be eligible] for kindergartennext sitters available. Write plume far Vreservation Send for I
of cattle. furzy white men and tice afterwards. night E. Johns
large heaJa rag- Tuesday : Charley
year children must be .today-(ask tat Reservation FREE COLOR FOLDER
About 1850 the settlement ged Negroes, became a smart, Personals Vivian Burch Starke disorderly -
of the county became more clean town of refined Northern Mr and Mrs. C. R. Alvarez conduct by fighting, five 1, 1968.years. of age before Jan. Agency :Mgr. Fontana Village Resort,). Dept DB Footana Vfflage, R.2873S j

general and the undulating] settlers. Orange groves and family, enjoyed( a Sunday attempt to do bodily harm 131 S. Walnut St. ? i
lands along lower Water Oak, were set out everywhere and at Cape Kennedy. with bottle: 20 days or $105 Parents are requested to PHONE 964-5070
around Hampton, Theresaa all business was booming. By Jimmy Swindell, of Hell- bring children to looms 16, J1

and toward Melrose] were lit- I 1895, the orange growing here I bronn Springs, visited Mr. and fine.Van, Rollins Starke, disor- 17, or 18 of the new wine at

tle by little ''becoming oc 'had become immense and was Mrs. Walter Swindell Sunday. derly conduct by disturbingthe Southslde School where they /
cupied. so profitable until general Kirby Swindell, of Palatka. peace voluntary Intoxication will be assigned a room. to '.1 I
ISTAILISHCO It04BocUocfeb '
In 1858 the railroad from farming was neglected. was a supper guest at the petty theft: 10 days on visit. .
Fernandina to Cedar Key was Then came the fatal freeze, ,home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter first two counts. Theft charge OUTDOOR.FURNITURE FOLDING

completed (through the county I killing nearly every orange Swindell, Saturday night. still under investigation. CHAISE LOUNGEr
It bore the ponderousname tree in the northern half of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swin Wilbur Lashley] Starke driving voluntary] Intoxications; $37.50 Dress.Up Your Patiofor / r Tubular tf

of the Florida] Rail Road the state., dell and family visited Mr. and without license, running bond forfeited. Spring and Summer Fu-s' Artnt. With Spun .

& Navigation & West Indies This waa the second important Mrs. Leroy Rhodan, of Hampton stop slg-n$52/ : or tun days. fndt. Ad1ud.nT| '

Transit Co. It was promotedby turning point of the recently. Gene Edwards, Staike, vol- THE RIGHT POINT for the .- Weather Resistant 1.1'_ Rcmiltons.'

Sen. David Levy Yulee. county. The freeze was reallya Minnie Rhodan, of Starke, untary intoxication.; $37.30 select your favorite) ESTER- 519E ,may
a Jew from Jamaica, an exceedingly blessing In disguise for was a guest at the home of bond forfeited. BROOK fountain pen. TELE- Colorful and Comfortable t

able man who did had it not happened, the I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swin James Colin Small Lawtey, way :vim write. Come In and Constructed' of At 1IOOWM COLORS*

& great deal of good for his orange industry would have dell Saturday afternoon. reckless drlving$37SO; bond! cod Aluminum. with I3W, ca w Turq. .
III. Z. N
long syntheticwebbing ;
adopted state. been overdone. It is Sidney OrlHis Jr. and forfeited. OreenM
Non n.
The writer has before him true that many welltodo daughters Brenda and Carol, James Geiger Pressley] Palm I J I.g.. tip 0\ y l.wl a Pumpkin
yy1.C howl
in Atlas printed in the 1850's men became poor I were dinner guests at the Beach reckless driving in /f l
'+ C PATIO
when Bradford was a part of overnight and many others home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. school] zone; $1230 bond for; GRAPII.RAP 'Camp. Aluminum
New River County, but the were so discouraged until they 'Ortffls and family Sunday.' feited. i r ROCKER HOLDING CHAIR'
only place shown is Whites- sold] their holdings for what Mr. and Mrs. John Easley, Annie D. Johnson Milburn. ; / rr rn ,. tart Diu.. Folding F./rad.dArmt With

Vllle, located apparently where they would bring and went of Helena. Ark. were !guests at N. J. reckless] driving in school l l r'T7 at$9A3 \ Rockvr. Doobl f formed End.. Non.
Starke is So until that the home of Mr. and Mrs.W. forfeited. Square Arms. Tubular '
now. away; but those who stayed, zone: $12.50 bond Aluminum From tip Legs. Folds Flat.OOlOHSl .
time, the county was "terra had to live somehow --- and E. Dampier, Sunday. John William Cecil Fadgett, a Turq.
COLOSSI
Incognito." learned how to live. In the Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall Jr. r Starke disorderly conduct by J \>t more home protection h a0n.n 1 Green/While

The railroad brought settlers eastern portion, strawberry and family went to Crescent fighting voluntary Intoxication In one package .! Pwmplttf; .'Pumpkin sIR

and business. The mag- growing took on huge propor- Beach, Sunday. carrying concealed weapon at less cost with I ST98 ; $398
nificient pine forests were tions, and was found to be use of profane and Indec- Homeowner
laid under tribute for now 80 profitable] until the orange OEUAN BAPTIST t Brooker] ent language; $12750 fine, or cur Nwl tt tt'i ..
Policy Call today I j DOWN
tU last there was transpor- groves were soon forgotten.The 20 days. '
Sunday School 10 m-
tation. Saw mills, log camps western part of the a. Earl Jenkins Starke, failure '1' 1 DUSHIONCHAISI
Morning Worship' 11 a. m. Merritt H. SPECIAL' !
& turpentine stills sprang up county soon had large fields to have vehicle under con- 'i VALISE! Deluie Attractive" .Waihablo

along the line. of provision crops improved Training ning Service Union, 8 7 p. m. Eve-Rev. trol, causing accident: $6.50 : Williamsr" 3 Piece Group STACK CHAIR Fiord Pattern Covering -
When the War between the bred in I p. m.- l -. / b IV Polyloam
hogs were great num- court cost. CFoldingChaiseL.unp Tubular Arm. "H..
Lacy Conway, .
States broke out the popula] bers and the ]learned pastor. 117 N. Fillet I Cushion, Non tip
people Ous Johnson Jr., Starke ": ; v 2 rarainp Chair s laxaform" Soot. ,
]arc legs.
.) ii; Walnut St.Phone Non-tip Lags.
.w t COITAL Carrie,>are alMdmi
$2488 $2111.93 b
C
\* Turq.
PrkedSeparately. .Gr..n/Whll. $ 8$

1'' 964-5391 Chaise Oelux Uung. ...,.... 51100COLOSS DOWN DEUVUS .Pumpkin 1 6
The Ultimate in Electric Portables D.lu.? : i'K $498 sl'DOWN AwndanIC.Y..

.T8472- .._"_,e MM_ Folding Chair ... .. .... 6" Or.... .Turq. a Pumpkbt. s



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THURSDAY JUNK 1. 1907 ,

Brown leading Crews 15-13 after 5 man, 8:45.:

-- Last Time To See Champs -- 13-19: Ernie Triest, Kelly innings. I I Mon.., June 5 Goodman vs
Forayth Ellis OrlfMs. Ores Crews knotted the score at Crews, 8 p.m.StlAU .
1'1 Woods. 19-all in their half of the sixth,

20 and over: Van Prescott, and neither team scored again : FRY BASEBALLREGISTRATION

"SCniOl1tS. Gridders To Vie Friday NightFootball Merrill Orlffls Charllj Jones. until the eighth. In the extra SET
New Varsity Ralph Bryan. Inning Crews came up with AU boys aged 7, 8, and 9,
5 and KFC 2. who to in the
--- -- ., BUDDY PICK-UP: runs, picked up plan participate
7 and under: Keith Carter, JoAnn Scott and Hazel Grlf- Recreation Department's Small

fans will hive their and will be as clone to a real Bobby Carter. Augle Fox Kim fls each had 3 hits to help Fry Baseball Program, can
ac I Crews with its first win. Judy register at the Recreation Cen-
final chance to ape Bradford football game as it can get Prescott Dora Triest Cindy
High's lilttS Clan A State cording to Coach David Horse I 1 Jordan Broughton had 4 for KFC I ter starting Monday. June 5

Champion grid squad in action Regular officials will call the I i. 812Ronnie: Hall, JohnnyLee Standings: Conner, 0-0; Deadline for registration,is Friday -

ellI, unit Friday night game, the band will play cheerleaders I Klmbo Forsyth, Rodney Goodman's, 3-1; Beggs, 1-3; June 16.Adjustable.

June 2, when they take on the will yell and the 1966. Qrlffls, Ricky Moore, Nate KFC 1-4; Crews, 14.
nrw varsity In the annual 67. Tornado yearbooks will be Shannon. Schedule: Vinyl Book
spring contest. distributed( at the halftime 13-19: Ernie Triest. Greg FrI., June 2 -- Crews vs Covers All sizes 30 cents ea.

The game Is set for 8pm. intermission I Woods, Lea ton Morgan, Charles Conner, 7.30: ; Beggs vs Good at The Telegraph
The Seniors can put stale
McKlnnev.
I championship material all the k' -20-; del:: Charles Jones I. }!1I/IIIMiIII"/ "

FLORIDATHEATRE way across the line and fill 6, ,; Van Prescott, Men'111 Orlfris,,
the backfield up with it too 4Sa Ralph BryanConner
At center they will have Eddie 4. I!
I
Have You Met
Stancil or Wayne Blankenship, Rally I
'at guards! Roger Chilaort and

i Leaton Morgan, at tackles Jim rk Keeps TeamUndefeated
and Ronnie Tomlinaon. ''y I Y
Shonrtimit-Weekdays. 1 Godwin I BILL POWELL
and at ends Joey Reese Larry II
Sunday 3:00, Saturday 1 Brown and Sandy Sanderson. I
Conner Insurance the only
SATURDAY JUNE :3 All-State quarterback Wayne : I remaining undefeated team In
McLeod will be at their helm
I
Double Feature ProgramTHE I and hard running Randy Joy- I II I I i the had to Women's rally In Softball the final League Inningto

ner will be there again to rip II __ f preserve their undefeated he could be just!' as Important to you as your
the holes opened up
-- through status. Bcggs Gulf scored 2 in doctor or lawyer because he represents Nationwide .
STORY OF THE by the state ('hamplonshlptorewall.
11 l Speedster David I the second and 3 in. the fifthto Insurance the company with new ideas fora
IMMORTAL HANK{ lead Conner :)-0 after 4lj
i his business
Shannon will zip around the I new ern. A trained insurance expert

WILLIAMSLn ? ends and quarterback Harry I ; Innings. I is bringing you new ideas to answer your family's
awl In the bottom of the fifth, '
I Hatcher will fill out the 'back-' P Conner closed the gap to 8-4 I| changing needs. Put his name in your address book

field. where the score remained un-I and call him soon.
There will also be v.bout a r
I til Conner's final turn at bat r
dozen other senior boys on PHONE 961-6481
with
P when they came through
hand for the contest. A
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r 401 1 West Madison Street
4
the Varsity will y qj ; } the tying; and winning runs.
J Defensively
Kelly and Godwin hit safelyto Starke, Florida
!
Donnie : !
,1. Jl have Plen Gnann and ,
., J load the Bases, and Dyalthen
Elder at ends, Charles Smith "1'>.ur
t. drive in 2
(GEORGE HAMIL ON-SUSAN OLIVERREDBUTTONSARTHURO'CONNELL and Allen Crawford at tackles, : singled to

Robbie Smith Willie Cohenat left and for the Red. teamIn runs, and Conner chalked up
or for 20 yards( around
Patrick and J. Roy Chasteen and John I r Quarterback Laury11'11'.4"1': novas win No.5. Carolyn Dyal and
_IIOPANAYISION- mlddleguard, Tex norlnunuKO. End I'hm Gnunn thrown. u. body blixk oil had 3 hits
Crawford at line- Warren, tt safety.OUenslvely hint Friday's lntniMiiiu| Adel Mitchell each
PLUS backer and Steve, Larry Mercer and Smith will be pursuing. White tram tuckAlliui Crawford. Another White tram tackle, Charl for Conner, while Cookie Mun-

Billy Belote at cornerback at center, Steve Crawford, 11, Smith chews. Mercer dorff and Billie Crawford accounted --
and ,Ralph Morgan, 10, at for 4 of Beggs' tt hits
guard, Charles Smith, 11, and I around," he added. The coaches I Crawford, a junior tackle. p, m. to proceed thrown' the with 2 each.Kentucky I

Allen Crawford, 11, at tackle: were "well-satisfied" with thehitting Mayton next year' captain, business district then disperseto Nationwlifi: :, Mutual Insurance Company. "hunt Nationwide alien' Mutual, Columbus Fin, Interstice\Ohio Company
NutHJfiwidt Company
the Life Inturane
'THEJE[ ) and Plen Gnann 12 and Don-: In last week's set'1m- separated his shoulder. in a let everyone attend Fried Chicken almost -

30:1: nte Elder, 11, at end. mage, and said the boys have I: fall off a dock' at Klngsley: weekly Horse Show at the pulled off an upset of.

The ,backfield will be Belcte, learned their assignments bet- I Lake last weekend and will not Fairgrounds. Conner,but once again the undefeated ,.
THE In, the Fri Winner at the show last throughIn
Warren. Patrick, and a new- participate game team came
FLASHER AND THE HORROR HORN. DRIVEINOPEN comer Larry Mercer at quarterback ter.Tackle Charles Smith, a 223: : day. Sophomore Jim Shuford Saturday were: the bottom of the seventh I For-HII
Dennis Hall, J. Roy pounder from Lawtey who will will also be out for a year HAT RACE: to pick up the win 8-7. Mower Free

EIIAMMEDHORnallS Chasteen, and Gene Melvin will be a Junior next year, received after ,breaking his leg, a compound 7 and under: Keith Carter Kentucky scored 2 runs in
SUNDOWN also ace 'a lot of action. praise from Line Coach Tony fracture, in practice last. Bobby Carter, Linda Oilffla, the first and 1 in the fourth
I "I thought they had improved -I Griffith for both his offensiveand week. He Is still In Alachua Dora Ttlest Cindy Jordan to take a 3-0 lead. In the bottom .

ADMISSION over the week before," defensive work In the General Hospital In Gainesville Mark Joyner. of the fourth, Conner ,
l .... ..,_.._w M1I I Coach Hume said of the I I but may be released to watch 8 to 12: Johnny Lee KlmboForsylh came up with 2 runs to make 3o
..........-- ---1I\Ij\ Adults 73c Students 60c scoreless Intraaquad game last scrimmage. End Donnie Elder. 'the game tomorrow night. Paul Brown Ronnie the score 32. Conner took the' s

TECHNICOLOR rhOM WARNER BIU"" Children Under 12 Free I Friday. "In fact, they've Improved 11, and senior Andy Mayton The game will wind upspring Hall, Rickey Moore Jimmy lead in the sixth by 7-3, but'I J

pretty well all\ the way' :also looked good as did Steve practice. Brown. in the seventh inning KFC
I Friday, Saturday, Sundaj 13 to 19: Kelly Forsyth. tied it up to set the stage
SUN.. MON., TUES. June 2, 3, 4 Leaton Morgan, Louie Noegel. for Conner's win in the bottomof

JUNE 4, 5, 6 Elks Hold On the first Inning and led 1-0 Baldwin was able to make Ellis Orlffls. the seventh. Jan Corbett had
I Double Feature ProJtt'amGUO until third period. The auto only 2 more runs. 20 and over: Merrill Orim!, 2 of KFC's 6 hits, while Ann
To 2nd PlaceIn boys then added four more Jane Crosby and Diane Cox Jim Draughty, Ralph Bryan Godwin had 2 for Conner
"BEST IN HB OWN WAY runs and Garden scored 5: to. paced the Builders with 3 hits Frank, Starling
HEB.PERHAPS.. Bantam Boys tie the score Q-all after three each, while Sheryl Ward had 4 BARREL WEAVE: Crews Sunoco, after taking I

F0Ire. THE. The Elks Lodge team held innings. for Baldwin 7 and under: Keith Carter, it on the chin for 4 straight I
MOSTDANGEROUS on to It. second place in the Noegel scored 4. runs in the Standings: Baldwin, 2-1; Mark Joyner, Kim Prescott. games, chalked up a mark on
OF I 'Bantam Boys League by trim- top of ,the 5th, held Garden Starke Builders, 2-1; Jackson Cindy Jordan, Dora; TrIes!, the winning side with a 20-I ,
MAN ming Lawtey Recreation 95. scorelosa, and led 9-3: at the Building, 02.Schedule Augle Fox.CLOVERLEAFi. 17 victory over KFC.
'1966J!" WHOEVER end of the 6th. : : This one didn't come easy
Johns combined ,
Graudon and
.. In the 6th Inning, Noegel Thurs., June 1 Starke for Crews, an Kentucky stayed
... )d/ UVtUI pitching'effort and threw a I 7 an':* under: Mark Joyner, i I s.. ,
National .l
"t. j } a picked up 3 runs to Garden's Builders vs Jackson. right with them and forced the }+y'AIVI y
Prescott ,
Society 3-hltter at their Lawtey opponents Bobby Carter. Kim i
.
team' able to Tues June 6 Starke
2. Neither was 8 innings.
to
ol Film Ctltlc The Elks rapped out I Cindy Jordan, Dora. Triest, game go
score In the 7th, and Noegelwon Builders vs Baldwin.; After Crews held an early
.. 11 safeties enroute to the win, Augle Fox. CLOSE-CUTTING
the 12-7 In the A
game lead, KFC caught up
1 8 t with Rhoden leading with 3 Total hits were 21 for Noe ROPING CLUBRESULTS 8 to 12: Ronnie Hull> \ Keith fourth Inning to tie it G-:). MOWER FREE f
hits in 4 attempts. James Tes- Jones, Klmbo Forsyth, Sandl INTERNATIONAL
16 for Garden. : scored 8 runs in the
gel
Crews
\Carlo Pond Production ton went all the way for Law- I Morgan Ricky Moore, Jimmy
I Antonioni'sBLOWUP tey and struck out B. Claude Hardee led Noegel fifth, and Kentucky scored 10, WHEN YOU BUY A NEW
I with a perfect night at The ,. CADETThere's
CUB
plate going 4 for 4, while his The Bradford Roping Club INTERNATIONAL
Southern Discount defeated brother, Terry had 3 for 4. held its regular monthly meeting 1 ESTATE a MOWER FREE-for-all going on now at
Lawtey 11-1, picking up 9 hits night at the Fair I BILL POWELL REAL International
Vanessa Redgrave enroute to the win. Eddie Jim Watts paced Garden also Monday MOSLEY'S LAWN MOWER SERVICE, your
David Hmmine Sarah. Moles 1-hitter at with a perfect night, getting grounds.It Cub Cadet dealer in BALDWIN. Yes
Hazen a
EAfWDOD.aFIS1lPLiDoIIAU pitched
3, while Townsend Strick- was decided' that the TO
3 for
COLOR Lawtey while Ricky Johns sir, if buy a new International Cub Cadet Tractor
you
'
shows werea
Ipr 6T .ifi land got 3 for 4. Saturday evening
A ftam, 'laducttoM Ca.: .....MMM I en,.,by .R.,.....Hu., and Frankie Stokes each hl I nCHHICOLOlUNITED MTOTS over the fence. ment will start next Tuesday. .by the contestants, International mower at no extra. charge. Join the

WED. THURS. PLUS Schedule: as well as spectators. Those CALL: 961-646 MOWER FREE-for-all today, at MOSLEY'SLAWN
Southern Discount and the
: Tues., June 6: Garden vs weekly shows will start at MOWER SERVICE in BALDWIN Buy
8
JUNE 7
Rio is where it's ment league-leading locked horns Police May Depart-23: In Register, 7:30 pm.; Pest Control 7.30: p. m. to allow tune the for 1 AFTER HRS: 5332018WRITE any new Cub Cadet, and get the mower for free.
have
9. the event and still
Noegel's,
vs
Double Feature ProgramJtOLSHOIi
/ better Little League BOX 1089
one of the P.O.
:
happening, baby! Thurs., June 81: Noegel VB show endlnj' at a reasonable
ever played on Pratt MOSLEY
games
I Garden, 7:30; Register v. Pelt houi.
MADISON ST.
VISIT 401 W.
Street diamond. : f :
NAY0t0tptRilY69tI Igfuaol lira k uronms mains[ Control, 9.Starke. The Arena Committee will
Only one player reached base STARKE
slate of events each I
set up a MOWER SERVICEWE
LAWN
by the other team committingan
HISTHEM" : Builders month to run for the entire ACREAGE
error -- quite a feat in FARMS -
Little League circles. Only 7 month, thus giving trophy neg. ...,Ut WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL
MLLET hits were collected) In the Upsets LeaderIn competitors an equal chance. Estate, llmker. HOMES COMMERCIAL Phone 266-4267

< Discount Each
Southern
'by
I pitcher, McKInney for the Starke Builders moved intoa Ladles Class[139 and a Jack and over Benny ]-. SENIORS OF STARKE FIRST BAPTIST
GIRLS Police and Dyal for Discount, tie for first place In the Class years CONGRATULATIONS,

faced only 21 batters only Girls Powder Puff League by We well hope attended.A to .see the classes CHURCH. "WE LOVE YOU. EACH AND EVERY ONE"
minimum.The Baldwin Chevrolet
3 more than the downing
dItRCOl6R _ABE game was scoreless 21-12 parade Is being planned
for Saturday, June 17. in cele-
when the Police came to bat After three Innings! the .
in the last Inning when Green game was tied 10-10, but the l biatlon, of the club's first annlversaiv
at the
will form
It
HEm drew/, lead off base on balls, Builders kept scoring while :
leave at
I high school and 51
PLUS took second on. a passed ball,
then scored the winning run f
MMV* DIE when Geiger singled. fr
dftgMful HauMi amoa___..1'B2N1rtA's HEALTH FACTS

: lAoAYAP. 'COlUlltIIA PICTURES mnsr fil:" I Lester Olive threw a 2-hltter of 7 r .
l [* Elks teamas NERVOUS TENSION f tr.w
..............'.Ra14ee_ "TECHNICOLOR at the second place /
the Police Department
clinched a tie for the first Is another one of the many complaints that + n M
half championship with a 6-4 respond favorably to Chiropractic care. Sedatives or 4"Y '

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home win The third Inning was the tranquilizort may ease the tension temporarily but I
big one for the Police as they permit the condition to become progressively worse.'

STARKE PHONE 964-6200 came Alvarez up paced with 4 the scores.Police David In Only the removal of the nerve pressure by a properly

trained and equipped Chiropractor will correct such
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE 473-3178 single.hitting with ,a double and a conditions. \

The Police team needs to Your Chiropractor is a Specialist in this field. Phone

Rental Services win only one of its two remaining him for an appointment today.
games to win the first 1p

HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS half The battle now will be TOMORROW NEVER COMESA i'J v ft M1t

for second place between the service of the North East Florida + N( I..
CRUTCHESDon't : Elks and Southern Discount. ( public i 4r ) rt fir,
I Standings* Police Dept.. 6-1: Chiropractic Assn.) y its; r r' :

Elks, 4-3; Southern Discount i ,
1 I 16. I II ', ar ''
3-4; Lawtey, I d rr
Get Carried Away Schedule: ,
I Thurs., June 1 Lawteyvs Lee Frank Hardy, Jayne Hardy., 2nd row Jimmy Godwin
1 That' Our Business ht row (l-rt I Hurry IfuUher III Darby .-
Police, 5pm. Discount vs GLASS Jttiieltis Pollard", Dale Crosby Aldo Zelnyor. Srd row Genie Strickland, Leaton Morgan 10. Wayne McLrei. -
Elks, 6:30.: : Sundernon, Murry >\lclla., Reese Moore
( SUrox. Sth! row Wendy
I W. Hay If 4th rowi Auttln Edwardi, David
;;:; i Sat-, June 3 Elks vs Discount "If Ifa Glass -

e I I S p.m.; Police vs Law CALL WRITE or VISIT
tey, 0:30.Noegel's: SUNDAY SCHEDULE
GLASS NEED
(:'.:. '-. FOR ANY
I : "
ni )wage. "There Is A Lad Here, I
Auto W Design Modern Store Fronts) 9:43:; am-8enlo/'ll'" Sunday School. Mr* Wright '
.. (John 6:9): ).
Farnvt.
FOR FREE ESTIMATECALL \\ speaker WJCTTT Penney
', Wins First Half Just Mall Us A Pattern Fo 5.00: p.m_Banquet.. honoring our Senior Garden
Table TopsSHEA'S 11:00: .m..-Senior* march In together. and sit '
i In Men's League I Restaurant.
\ .
Books presented
together In church.
Florida Pest Control and Noegel's; Auto clinched the to our Graduate Every youth and 8:00: p.m_Baccalaureate! Service, High School

\ First Half Championship In the GLASS CO. parent will want to hear our Factor's. Auditorium.

Men's. Softball League Tuesday I i
Chemical Co. \ night, defeating Its rival < wo' A. IIOGAN, PASTOR
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Garden Restaurant. 127. I 1313 N.W.4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 1 -

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Old Issues Of 'FloddaAdvocate'TellStory I I. foi< Ttmpa. Nt\n' i iforu I." vs. :Mi-,. LiJUioLCiobV.: al ningcd.;
In the history of S'..ulh !" cm .. :Classes Set Mis Willie Mae Demon I \ll'.*. I Students are eligible rr
' .- : Helen Johns and Mrs. Sandra; these programs( who nave bee(

Of f Starke Guard. Unit In SpanislrAmerican War night oitomont Almost as everyone thcie was in to 11\,n,i L.-J/" ; : I,For Classes Junior In Developmental High Miller! will .teach Mrs. at Mable Starkuelementary. Fetcher -I recommended.. of by the their school tt'IMhtregal'dles. th: ,'

was present at the Armory ''o and Mrs. Beulah Lennon I now atu J1d.
Reading are being organized'
(Starke's "Guard Company" (giving order for the companyto from the Bradford County bid the boys a lust fan i t.xtU now for a six-week oummer will conduct the program! at1 I Transportation' will not 1 bfurn.Vsheh

w 'i ithe first In Florida tOountr assemble at oiwe and take Guards marched over to their A large number of them U M.' program in the Bradford RJE and Mrs. Zephoi Jpn-j'' : : oy:; the Board c

I for active duty In Home action! In regard to vol- practice grounds to practice women, and it was easy to se! .,- i County schools. Letters have nings at Anderson Jr. Public Instruction and thel

I Spanish-American.I War.. uitoerlng. The Captain Ismied shooting at the target The that many of them were or< .i ; ri'w. been sent to parents of children Classes at these schools will\ \ will be' no supervision of stu
Th" spirit' of those exciting orders for the Company to assemble boys did some fine shootingat relatives to some of the I-'! who have been recommended bo' scheduled on an. hourly basis -
partingsoldiers.. On all ii,,, I 1 ana! 4:30: ,/>. m.arh dente other than In the reading
last between :
times\ la caught In these ex- at the Armory a distance of 200)( yards. -, I : for the program by
('.i- "I" from the old "Florida night and the boy responded They all said that they wished women Were silently weepingand .. I their teachers. Enrollment will: day. Monday through I claP;'. No malce-up) Wor
I Ad diatc nobly. Amid tremendous cheering the Spaniards were near where tho throngs that/ so c i- H Ht for credW: or promotion will
( a weekly news- .. ., be limited so that b) /Idual F-idav: | b
In the* volunteering began. the target stood.-- 22, thusiastlcally cheered the I
that Apr. .
1 rpt< was published will have involved.The
attention can be given to the Mrs. Jane Trawltk I
t- t I.1 UP around the turn ot the j Thirty-five of Florida's hardy ,898. Guardsmen/ concealed many a 't. ,
('C II\?ury.! ) ,sons offered to fight for the C brbken hearted mother atalci! improvement cf reading<< skills clius-ei: fur students who \vill| Reatiing Program] u, under

bUAKDS VOLUNTEER, II flag and when orders are receIved ('0. n FIRST IV: STATE or awetKJicart, for whom the \ I II The program for children bi' in !'Jdos seven through the direction of !Mrs in.

I 1TO11 WAR WITH SPAIN to march the entire TO VOLUNTEER glory of war had no charms, \ I who hve recently been In 11 illt. in "A' building!: of the rUle Payne, Elementary Sup

Capt. E. 8. MatUiewH, rom- Company will be ready to go. The President has called for now that their loved ones were .. i I; !grades one through fvn! will BrnclToid/ County Junior High[ / en\\Isor.

mnnder of Co. B, 4th Battal-! I --Fla. Advocate, April 22, 123,000:) volunteers /nnd 750:; will going Into real ]1), a. F.S.T., deceived n\ loiterv 1893. have to be furnished by Flor The Company formed at the BPW Business Award _._ .
I :tfitUiy from Ma.jVplHtI', I ida. Starke will probably furnISh Armory and the ladles pre- l.
I C. '' ( ovonliij a squad 43: or CO of her gallant sefnted: each man with a neat
>mm nl Mruml Mrt. C. It. Alvarez of
,. sons to be used in fighting a little case In. which to carry Slid AKiiredaughter
----- -- ''foreign foe. The time for partI scdssors, thread, etc.: The ladles Keystone IK'iRlitt' I IH l>r."tenteil, a, *2.1 (Havingllond; an the i

1 Serving Florida J'I inff is almost at hand and aJBo; served Ice cream and cake oiitst.imlinir. / Vocational Office Education .ittmlrnt at l ISrmlfuril Motofs

Since 1950 1 perhaps before the Week has to the boys, and it I is safe tosay '.i High. President MIMwd, J>nyle prewnt1 th' '. award, on Terwillegur ()
that the Guards will
II passed away our Sear boys never ,.
licliiilf of the Himlneim and I'rnfpwilniiiil" Womaii'M ('liii
glorida reeling oervtce' ffne.l will be en route to the battlefield forgot and greatly appreciate I
some of them never to their kindness In preparingsuch '

.%. .. ...,.. ............................."W"' I return again. The ttlme Is almost a dainty feast for them.
here when mothers Several of Starke's Oliver Walt Disney's Last And Greatest

sweethearts and brothers will tangued' orators were present

Mrs. {'arol'n; CordiallyWelcomes 1'bId their loved ones a fond, and l rendered enthusiastic Dream \Will Be Florida RealityWe Buy Now And SAVE
goodbye and tell them to fight I speeches for the occasion. The

EavesRepresentative like men, die for the dear old speakers were as follows: ,
stars and stripes tha.t has are fortunate that Flor- Walt Disney" featured in the
MiLl. I. "E. Wcbeter, who delivered -
nnd Your never been struck to a foreignfoe. ida was chosen as the site for June issue/ of Readefs" Digest.It .
Ph. 961-5812' You an interesting talk in Hundreds Of Dollars
the "City of Tomorrow" as tells an amazing and Interesting -I
122 N. Hay St. Family to Your behalf of the Company and ,
1 visioned the late Walt DIsney
Starke New Home Starke and all of Bradford 4 th mttallon.: He was followed by storv of the mental

County feel proud of our boys .l ,by Col. C. L. Peek, who activity of one of the !meatest,
who so quickly responded to made an enthusiastic speech The City of Tomorrow will men America and the world

The State of Florida the call to arms, for brave old regarding the departure/ of the be a feature of the $100 million has ever known aril: Rives us 011 NevI 1967 ORDS!

Company B was the first company b!ys. MaJ. Bugg was next 1 Introduced < "Disney World" that will the hIghlight of Diinov's last

It Is Our Desire To Make\ You Feel Welcome and in the State to volunteer. and made an appropriate ) occupy an area twice the step dream and Its relation to

To Acquaint You With Your City.If -Fla. Advocate, Apr. 23, 1898. talk which wan loudly of Manhattan' Island. In central Florida. Famed as California"'.
Florida bteween Orlando Disneyland may be. Disney
cheered. Col. J. T Wills made

The Military Company Is the clotting speech of the even- and KissImmee. World In Florid:., will surpass! We Are Out of Used Cars Therefore We/ Can
are new In the area a phone I such decree that
you going into camp near the baseball Ing and he was heartily applauded On his death bed as Walt I, ic to a you ,
\ grounds today. The boys time and again by the Disney discussed the future will find It difficult to envision,
call will bring you a prompt visit will stay in camp/ here until large crowd present. During with his brother Roy his active -|i and some day your :-lilM 1'en,
Offer More For Clean! Used Cars
from your local hostess. Please give they are ordered to Tampa.- hi| talk he presented the boys mind was filled wltn plans' and join your children's ctiildirn --
Advocate, May 10, 1898. with a beautiful silk flag for his greatest achievement, will those of the entireworId

her a call! She has map!'i and many:' niade by the ladles. Disney World. He hod plannedthe who come to see ani:I enJoy -
GUAltD.S: OFF TO WAR future well and knew that I this marvelous world of'

free and wonderful gifts for you The Boys!' Left Last NIght KKOM OIK !SOI.imCK: ROTS his brother a ad1:!' the wonderful tomorrow.
from local businesses. For Tanipn" In Camp at Tampa organization: he had built\! couldbe Disney World will bt .... mon NO REASONABLE OFFER WILL\ BE RE-

E! Company B, 4th Battalion :May! 14, 1898 depended upon to carry out ument to Walt Disney: mid the
under Capt. K. S. Matthews, 1 ear Advocate: his plans no matter what happened wonderful oigani/n'lon\ lie
We arrived bore about 12 to him. built during his IIfo f t fnvis: FUSED ON J ANY NEW! \ CAR OR TRUCK
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-- -- ._ o'clock yesterday after a terilble No man In history ever provided dedicated to making/ '( so His

night of travel, none of the world with as much wishes, known and understoodby !

I us being able to steep: a mom- clean Joyous entertainment a'.'", his closest assocnfs, will
THIS WEEKEND/
iAIiSiiLLE BRING YOUR
: ?( BUSINESS DiRECTORY i-rit nnd the boys are feeling did the loveable dream Walt be carried out to the letter as i'' TITLE
l awful tough. To add to our Disney. His cartoons from final tribute to their great

troi'bli'! our tents and other Mickey Mouse on thrilled and chief.

supplies had not arrived, and delighted millions' of youngsters All Florida, will benefit from AND LET'S TRADE

APPLIANCES FARM\ EQUIPMENT PHOTOGRAPHER I'onpequently after a very light and oldsters:! as well his last, great dream. \
dinner and n still! lighter sup throughout the world.
Appliances Color TV per we hail,! to sleep with nothIng -

.<, Zenith Stereo --Motorola.Manna.vox. Ford Tractors"South's BARNETT'S ,but the, the beautiful boys surely sky looked an acovi'Hnfe ney's Disney last World ant: greatest was Walt dream. DIs- Corporal L J. Smith IHI.- I CK WITH\ CLYDE TODAY! }

ate H. Austin. II. F. IV-nni. ,
p General Electric Most Complete .' Commercial and Portrait It was to be the ultimate In his ;; "
sour this morning.We long career of outstanding successes C. L. Carter, J Hart' is, :\CM; I'' ,i11 i//,
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Yco Get: A Good Deal At:- Ford Dealer"Guaranteed Photography /
//il.
Reconditioned Frames & Custom Framing are vamped right on the and he chose Floridafor Jones P. Kite. C. I-I. \T 1"1\1' !
Bay near the old breast-work: its development. dale, T. J. Moore, 'V. H. Ro,>!, i iH. I
fiffAr.! Tractor and It Is a terrible place. The C. Wil- '
F. O. MILLtR Every Tool Known to Farming 1958 EUndinir Blvd. lIe brought fairy tales to life Tlmberlake. A. J. ;
Jacksonville" 38 i-I 481 sand Is about six Indies deep Hams, Gordon Richard l, J. ; ',
"
.. "" .... with such feature movies as \1.1' 1 3 .
-n. H M./PM ru.IM iaaJaek.onvtlbe JacksonvilleFord and as hot as blazes. We hada "Snow White". "Cinder Prescott, R S. Adams, O. I .2i I
tim list night. All the boys Benton, M. Chanrlloi)'. W. 1.1 j
ella, "Allcp In Wonderland
Tractor Co. bunched up on the ground and and "Peter Pan.". His wildlife Deaver, T. F. Hemingway, s.1|
Auto Sales & Service PIANOSFor most of them were thinking of and animal films were equally B. Hedges, :J. T. Lyle i, J. J. "

Beaver St. K. of Lane home. Tho Tampa baud la outstanding as were his histor- Moore\ Owen Owens J J:
LANDROVER Jax EV9-8831 practising now. They played I Ward, and Pvt. J. M Jones
ical productions such "Dan-
Musical Advice\ .. "All Coons Look Alike to Me" leI Boone." as Advocate, Aug. 23, 1898.
C. CARTER NICE yesterday evening on guard rTIfyon Trri-g
The World's Finest In mount But Disney despite his fantastic -I HOPE UArTlSl" CIiniCH

4 Wheel Drives MOBILE HOMES: USEDJ. C--- --" --' JMiiy. 13 successes consltentlv!; : like going ,
found himself with financial [Highway 100(' at Theress.i, ) ; >
Serviced brKobortV Our teats haven't come
Sold and yet
l\L\ ilIf{ at"dlIl, problems for no matter how I1ITHCORONA
U "first class" like this
Chevrolet. and we are all hungry ami Sunday School 10 a. m. you'll
_. .. many millions his production ,
..
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Green Cove Sprinm 303} & J. Swap Shop --- sleepy.[ We did not rest very produced they. could! not keep Morning Worship 11 a. m
Jacksonville 261-9600 well last night. I went all over Traveler.CLASSIC0
Established 1948 .
up with his amazing vision and Training Union-0UO: p. m
USED TRAILERS & the grounds of the Tampa Bay
Chlclocj-ingr dreams of future achieve
Campers from 8' 20' Other Name Branas Hotel today and It Is the pret- ments. Evening Worship If-:
JEEP Mobile Homes 32' 55' tiest place I ever saw. ArchI- p.m.
Vehicles! Trades Bank: Financing PIANOS CONN ORGANS bald Johns was with me. We Recognizing the merit of I
.I Jeep YVugoneer StationWagons 26.51 Park Jackon\nia. 338-8319:) did not have much for dinner Disney's last great dream of.
IICWJ' 21, Orange Park today but tho boys are not Disney World and the ability I
TeL 204-G32I losing spirit. of his ell-built and loyal organization Adjustable' VInyl I Book
.> JI>)> Unlversll.1 to carry it out, the I Covers. All ulirs' 3D/ cents eo.ut .
.I Jeep Gladiator Trucks) I went out to the camp of '
PICTURE FRAMES: I Florida Legislature passed the The Telegraph.
the this anJ
S AuthorService! regulars evening
MOTORCYCLES It In have necessary legislation to Insureits
Approve Parts a great sight. They
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S> 4 Wheel Drive 8 Wheel about 12,000 !with ,twelve band:: development. I ... %
Drive and they can surely play. Lacking the brain and ImagInation -
SPILLERS'GALLERY of Walt it \\3 .
EDDIE BLAND HONDA You all cannot realize whatIs Disney .
here. difficult for ordinary mortals I2Wides.' i
going on down Tampa
conceive of such ambitious .
MOTORS Inc. and! to an
OTORCYOLEBAll U Just packed with troops
Picture Oil project and In view of _1
ails: \v. ADAMSJArK8ONVIIJK !' Framing more are coming in every day. Custom Made
MODELS have 1200 mules this fact I suggest that you .. .
33-1-7751! Arts They pack For Florida) Living; '
Merchants Oreen StampeOpen Painting Graphic and several regiments of ('8\- read The IJUng; Legacy of L .
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Parrish MotortBKRVIOB 8 A.M.: 7 P.M. Unframed< Pictures I nlry besides:: the batteries They win Get More

Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri. have got 'big store houses in
Open Sat. 8 A.M. 6 P.M. toss; I'ark St.-In' Five Point' town just packed with sup bread for our boys. lie ahlppcu IUU Tor Your $ $ .

rALM Closed Sunday & Monday Juv 353-8331: :, plies. Any where you go you 500 IOUVUH Sunday night and I No Salaried) or Com
: and the: balanceJonda.y.: .
can see cavalry Infantry
PARTS MOTOKS & CYCLES bands parading the streets. We A telegram from Capt. I 10. S. missioned Employees _i $ pT

4949 BlendIng! Blvd. SEWING CENTER can hardly get around on account Matthews\ says that be received -I DAD} & T1R.\D LAIJSEN
of the streets being so 1 the bread etc. that wan
82 Tears AM A. DealerAlways Jacksonville 771-8241 LIKE TO WORK
sent to him from this I'
packed.We place
0004 Use4 CUll TLJ
921 Laura St. Jacksonville have about :2,000 State Sunday night. He said that ,, YOU Benefit 1 T-:
Phono 856-50&4 H. & N. Troops In camp and we are the boys were preparing for a'' .
MUSIC\ feast and would have a regular
about five miles from the reg- .
BEAUTY ACADEMY SEWING CENTER ulars. We had< to sleep out picnic dinner. that day. I AU Size'* on Display; ''

again last night but thanksto I 8-10-12 Wide I 12 1 ,
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American 1967 Singer the railroad company! our, HOME ACt.UX I 4 .Y.N,
Baths
IVi V'5a "<>'" '''''
When the train
Paulus Music
Co. tents: have at last arrived and passenger by SMITH-CORONA : :
Hairstyling Auto Zig Zag before night (Sunday) we will rolled In Tuesday morning the I and Expandable ., '!\' """ "-'"
\ Band A String Instrument have them up. people witnessed a pleasing I This broadsfiouldered portable outperforms everything In Its .,': ; :
Goodlfolretpln
Academy Gibson Guitar & Amplifier Like New Several of us went bathingthis sight -- 31 of our home boys I New and Used ,, class. It's handsome, versatile, easygoing. and built for -">" S!,.. sawan' .'! > '
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21 W. MONROEJACKSONVILLE School Suppl1es-InatruoUun morning and we succeeded In blue marched. down from Um i 4 extra duty at home and office. rstirasoa"a'ase ,
333-0301 Roberts Recorders platform and< on to Cull St .. ....... .. ," .t' '..-#::,
Console Model" makes fancy designs In getting some oysters In 8-Yr. financing available _-.. ,... ._ -" "y -...". ." ", .. n :i. .
where they were loudly< cheered : .." i;' <
Music Library-Expert fact in L :
we are now better I r
', stitches, monograms, < by hundreds of enthusIasticcitizens y '0'.y ....... ..... '
RiversideHairstyling Repair Department shape. All the boys are well
overcasts, sews on buttons and by your next Issue I will who came to the train I Use! Our Rental-Pur I I *,
41 W. Monroe !St.! make button holes 8c blind give you some better news. to welcome them home. I chase Pton-Payments CHANGEABLE TYPETM. 40 optional special accents

Jacksonville 3515-8447 stitches. No attachments -Tate Powell Jr., The boys formed In line and I Under $50 Per Month : :\\ : and characters that simply snap on; gives you a custom
Academy 3310 Beach Blvd. Correspondent marched to their armory v keyboard in an instant. Five
Demonstrator $64 or $6 per _''; ", inexpensive sets.
2689 PARK ST. Jacksonville 398-3091 a a where they stacked arms and<
JACKSONVILLE 388-8537 mo. Call Jax 771-1850:; After hearing from the boys received their many friends I NOWIMobile R' .' JEWELED MAIN BEARING for Ions-lasting: rao
II. Sc N. SewIng Ctr. who crowded the large armory I 'Jrj
Accredited In Tampa Sunday and finding< ; tory-new precision and perfonnaaca.'
Qualified Instructor that they were in need uf In order to shake hands with i
Modern Styling 'bread the good people of I the boys they were so glad to : KING SIZE CARRIAGE'. .two Inches longer than: most. for extra bIg,

Monthly Classes OPTICIAN STORE Starke went to work and ship- I welcome home again. Home SitesAVAILABLE I typing jobs,like reports, charts and ledger sheets.
WESTERN I
"Where tomorrow's stylist ped the boys a supply uf : Througn the efforts of citizens I
are trained" I bread meat, etc. Several of the of Starke and Capt. II S. tl HANDSOME VINYL CLAD STEEL CASE ; at no added cost

I ladies baked amount of Matthews, commanding Com-1 Full Lake Privileges
any COME: IN TODAY
ELECTRIC MOTORS! 'puny Mist Florida Regiment, Homestead AND TRY THEM ALL.
LITTLE DUDE biscuit, light bread, etc, and I' Exempt-
the ,whole lot was shipped to the boys are all off on a 10 Financing

Peavy Brothers kG, 'S510\L CPTICAtPrescription Western Store Tampa on the Sunday night days' furlough and will go to1 I Only
Huntjvllle, Ala. at the expiitt- 27-50
VC train. When the boys receivedIt
cc.N; PAn
Electric Co. "Where You'll Find Every- I Lake Geneva
they gave three cheers for tion of that time. ,
BLCCTRIC: MOTORS Filled thing For the Hors the good ladles of Starke. The following are th names j Plus Tax
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p..e1ed.Repatredoenerators8tart. Broken Lenaes Duplicated Enthusiast" a a of those who retun.ett and Trailer Sales
Leather-
a.Artificial Eyes Western Clothing The Joseph Eckert Bakery were Ulndjy< furnished by Sergeant I
Alterations goods Saddles and Trailers received a telegram Sunday / J.P1', Adams: Capt. E, S'I| I
Armature RerrlBdla Eyewear; Specialists Charles & Sharon Petty' from Capt. E. Matthews: i M.tthews, 1st Sgt. J. T. On Route 100, One Mile SB: 1 BnADFO COUNTY TELEGRAPHr
4044 Lenox Ave. 213 Laura St. Jax !838-3395 J !I 90} So. Ed ewood Are. ordering 2,000 loaves of bread. 'i Adams Quartermaster $gt. I I1 II II. Ir Keystone' heights 1 }]
1034 Turk St. Ja-.:. 834-3018 Jacksonville 384-1210 Open Sun. & Evenings'; !
Jacksonville 307-2323 Mr Eckert kept tho
all tUy Sunday: < haklliI I tm i II Wi.Un. i hi and< (I. A Mooro 1 I.1
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,- ,,' jIO.y.; JUNE 1 nn.tnroitn rorrj-rv TKLKGRAPII.: STAHRK. FLORIDA rAGF E_ 9 ,w.1_,

.!! 1,1067- .. .. ..... ..'u I ll ,. I, Wit.
< rltm/ I \ "iliiiriMniKi l 11 tin ii ir< I ,11 '
intervals will ,I I jih tiuiiii intuit, bt in \\iit, |\pry\ ,hiIi" \ ," ,,] .i lh.'I"1' v,,, ,;, ;I l.llll,. ,I..,, il n:
ions at
weekly I inw. *u'.orn t to. h"i, thv I'laltriHnt. nlrtxtti\ .iiffalimt the <"Miti I ,? .. : his MK"ltt 1010..n.. .,
3 Minors Fined For Possession ()f Beer kill mildew fungus( I liU agent ur H\tn'toY., and filed IHMiA I. l'\KKiil: (loo0m" ,. .und. (city "I'h ,ihiim," i.i it I .-
; I Another welcome sight It wlilttn Hiild pvrlnil, amt must ,...n.\ ,I. \I II'NI contain the pine ur residence !lute of BAld C..llnty..t Mt R. Xfoirlit
caused by l leaf spot whose centers and |p..al. l orf t".. ",iIilr..H of the I'Mfirlilu. within six ,'at ...r,1(1 nnivr r:. Morn-tM, An'\,'. -.-
are grey in color with purplish (I'\lit lulltlit' '' A ropy or sin.Ii i-laliu llllllltllM flll'll' the tlllll. ,f Of til.I. last Will ,Mill I T.. ad, I
r Three minors were fined $601 jail terms. reddish brownorders.( ttlml) ulMii I",,. c1ullv r,>il to tlm, "II'''' ,,"hll'ull.,.. ..r this nor < ,, "f nuns, l., (MI-N::;"O.N; )
y I I or I::1 li I 1'':it, der.nlaed!
each for poawiwton of beer! The biggest fine. $100 wa Truck Miller saId it Ukel. to appearcuring HKnttf %V. l':nKrUfPlxorutrlx ,01.> j I"I, 11111". null,, hull, ..t.lt". " II 'when they pleaded guilty\ to''' levied. :!, on Junes: F. Watson, Body identified; I Pick-Up I Council Opposes : ; any season of toe year I cor the KKIIIK: "', |plua, "- nf i "r'i.'. <. .anil,I in HI <> I" U a
or Lillian MmniHln.p'
offense before of
that Bradfordt who was convicted speeding and results from general plant S-l 4t 622INVITATIdN
County: Judge Theron Yawn in at M m. p. h. on VS-301 and h" Misses TurnA neglect and drainage. The !,

e ilea day;;; proceedings Thurs- was lectured sternly. Migrant NegroThe I l I'Severance TaxA use of Ditlmne poor M45 or Manebfor : -:/ TO BIDJIY i STARKE NURSING HOME
. day. May 25. Another driver Evelyn1'1:: 190B Ford pick-up; truck I black spot control will usually '
. The three John Wayne Crews was fined $ was damaged but Its three control leaf spot. too. He 1'\1'1" Pt"HC'1 tI IP1N tCINGtu11 :1 'I
Klght, Melvin W. Eberle and less driving and $35 for not body of .1 imn: funnel cupants were not 00-1 severance tax on inlneialH also! suggested improving growIng TAI.f.HAMHia, FUR1I 808 S. COLLEY ROAD
It Sarah Shenly were arrested In having a proper driver'a license dead bfsldo the Seaboard railroad II when the driver m\a\ el a turn lakan from tho ground 1. conditions. -omiutltlvii( Htnlpil, Illils will bnI'lM'Hlvitrt i I
the slate Puri'haHlnff
hy
II a raid at Tuck's Drive-In last Tuesday May 23. has onto a. side road from U. S in bcln; opposed by the Stuiku tnmilMnton.. until tOuft): ) A.M. '' Phone 969.&271 Starke, Fla.
Because of state's Ion3 -
Friday night by Starke city During an Intermission of been identified as James armstrong -| 301, according to a report filed City Council In ,\ unanimous : growing ',r.O, title shown for" the!
I said it's not '
_ '.police and beverage agents. court. Judge Yawn met with a decision mado Wednesday< season. Miller null of etrplna i>rn|>ii'iv service fur ulultn'
I 62, u Negro migrant j I by Florida Highway 1 tune IS, taxi I'liin. iota' i 1.Ve Move ruiiiplete minting/ of
Clarence Rhoden. 53 drlver'R education class of morning In a special meeting. unusual/ to see rose bloom eightor : : :: I
and
. pro- I worker according to Deputy man O. C. Qarrett. old 1 Hlunkii' i-cin.lltlonn mieul all ages.
. prietor of the drlvc-ln. who Bradford High which attendedthe I Sheriff Dolph Reddish. The truck was driven patrol-I Such 'ti tax In one form nine months of the year In flimtliHiN mnv. b* obtnlnitd frum {'
was charged with permitting session and answered a identification was/ made by yeir-old Daniel under consideration. by the north Florida, Some south tliv .MfMtf Kin* I Hi.MIlliiiii 1-urrlniHlnir: !:, : A.(N"inmlniIon. Mloxhiim I I
beer to be sold to minors number of questions.The tracing some addresses found man, of Lawtey 'I'hel'e'el'e I i fi'lorltla Ienlnlaturu in its Floridians enjoy them every UuMOInMT 1 'rxllslmesxee|| | B'lor-' 2. We h."u RJV.'a and I .I'JV'H. on duty :2-I huuMu .

pleaded innocent before Judge following defendants on a piece of paper In the two passengers Ruth r"elson'l I search lor new incomo. month, he said. Uln. AI..f'. Ion'uxrcutlve ...,..
Yawn yesterday and the cane pleaded Innocent and had clothes on the body. Arm- 18 and Lane Carter 16. I Counc'ilman Jimmy McRae. "But these plants must be : Ulreolorr I

was transferred: to the trial their cases transferred to the Htrong had been dead several No charges were filed but i tin (employee of the !UuPont pamperedand that Includes n SJ5it:i 0/1 8. We hate our own X-ray and Inboratory., (Mr.
docketA trial docket. days when he was found bya Trooper Garrett noted in his: Company here told his fellow regular spray program It's not
I In The <'<>nr* of '1'hv. fnmttr JIUIIPH, Moncrlef U. our fall time licensed tech-
waitress at the drive-In, Marvin Tlsdale, I oonard train crew.Armstrong' report that Norman exceededthe : members that, in his opinion, Just a matter of planting rose Jiiilnillriidl...| (.....nl'. Flurliln,
Vir) inh. Mae Terrell, who was Smith Jr., and Edward Hamilton has only one liv- safe speed and failed to DiiPcmt would close Its plantsIn bush and forgetting about it' In Probate.. l I dan).
charged with serving' beer to charged with contribution ing relative, a brother, Theo have his vehicle under control. 1I1'adfol'and: (\ Clay Counties I Miller deulnred. In I'AltKIOK r, I: KcinU:(fllil'Tlv,of nOI1.I.DOIL.V I It.. I I
minors, failed to appear in to the delinquency of a Armstrong of Atlanta Ga. Tho The front of the truck was If a heavy severance tax la. imposed Additional: information on MI'NMON) Tlrii-ilHril, .I. 4. We aro tircimwl fur 50 Zeds. by the State Board
court to answer charges, and minor: Harry Wayne Phoden, brother ciimo. to Starke to assist damaged as estimated $250.Norman I on Florida Industry.The growing roses in Florida is '1'.> All (('r"dltur"'!r0l.1I. or and D0niuntlAviiliiMt PiT. .r>niIlnvlnNT of health License! No. 2.
Judge Yawn ordered her bond assault: Walter Artlw Alvarez Identification council went unanimously -
in makingthe was traveling southon available from your local county Hnlil IOHtfit0You ':
forfeited and that a warrant speeding: / : John C Norris Reddish slid. U. 3 301 2,6 miles northof nn record as opposing sucha agent's office ask for Exten- mil enrh,, if you' are
for her arrest be Ise.led. of Starke, removal of Indications are that the mig- Starke when he ran off the tax and instructed Clerk sion Service Bulletin 180A. bvicitlfleil" and rniiulrBtl to 8. "'., have a modern fireproof( busting with central

Two Camp Blanding servicemen nroperty under a lien; HerbertD rant worker, who commuted road. and Into the right hand Merrill Rdwardx, to write Rep I Irv air-ruiulitli and heat.
Durwood Clyde Sun- Alvarez, two counts of assault regularly ,between Miami and ditch According to the acci- Gene Shaw Sen. Red Cross, .t
der and William H. Rankin and battery Cllford died of natural and House Speaker Ralph rum (-'PSTY( 'BI
: : Jacksonville dent report. Norman said he J1fnul: 6. "'., are within two blocks. of the Bradford County -
.
Jr. who had been charged [Schoolboy] ] Kelly. worthless causes, the' deputy says. Dr.Robert attempted to make a rightturn Turlington of Its utand. rOT'UT. TV:- AND Wilt( Mil ADroitr '
Councilman Mcftae made the > (ror'VTY:- KI.OCIDAmoHXTH ( : I IloHiritiri.
with giving beer to mirrors In check. I Cllna Gainesville pathologist onto a side road and ran l NO I
another case were not in Two men Samuel J. Brown signed the death certificate Into the ditch. recommendation that the city IN TIIR MATTMII ("|r TIIW
court, but Judge Yawn said and Charles E, Geiger, pleaded: stating tho Negro died write the legislators In protest "t"MHTATM 114110", .] hl'rl'ANISO11'1'11.1 OP": I.II.I.IX.V: MVW 1. U'0 have a tine stuff vf Doctors serving Mia
the military orlclalsl'lU han. guilty to charges of not having! of natural caulles.Armstrong rtv..vv.vv.vvvvvvBayless I of the tax. % i;: '.'<> fi ISn1'1'ou'tAll 4 I Iloinn.

dle the prosecution. sufficient lifesaving devices in way. buried at ,, i'*.rHinn' having.. e1111nix, on, '
cl
.inilnrtiiKnlnxt
I1 "lOntnti: >f
The Judgp released with a: their boats and were fired $25 the expense of the county. stake.N'ortutlately. l.llllnn Mac ninhup, rieccitHvil I
warning two Juveniles and a each. The remains were so badly HiwayBy the right lung- iiri> inillfloil In nit. mich olnlmi i 122 E.; Washington 8. 11'9 are Vu\ approved.

19-year-old girl who also] had decomposed that Dr. Cline lust icicle will coutrol black spot Judge In the for attire Kruilfiiril' n-t time''niintv.country at FREE \ '

seen chanted with possessionof New Civitan Club week could not tell whether :Mrs. O. E. Crosbyrvvv.v.v.vvvvvvv..vvvv l and other fungus diseases the lila. (within'''''rlll"nix"",,, rnli'mlui tit Mtiirk, irioi. It. T. Williams, St'l 11 0.Ve are approved|>|, by time State \\'el rare Agency.

beer by a minor Installed Armstrong was' Negro 01 One of the newest Is Daconll friini, the ditto. ,r I the drat months pithINntliin .. Phone
Traffic violation cases dom- Officers white .nf 'Illln Null., .1M"| they I '
2787.Other will beocimo void Phone ffil-.11i7; (; 10.) \\" .urn. approval| under 1\1t' inated the docket and although Miss Susan Padgett of. :Martinez fungicide such as Dit- Inn iii-nrctlnK ti
the judge meted out the Civltan 1967-68 Club wereInst8.l1ed officers for Civitan Awards <":11.. spent the weekend I hane M-45, Maneb and Phal- J

two stiff fines, there were no at the group's year regular break- Two with Miss. Annette Padgett. I tan will provide just as good,,I I h II. We are large enough to give aU cursing services -
cases of flagrant speeding and fast meeting Tuesday morning. ScholarshipsThe ;.Mr.( and :Mm. Johnny New- control but Daconll will do the WALDO LIQUORSBOBBY'S that un adult may need but tunwll enough

They are: Charles Frances, Starke Civitan Club's some of Perry were Friday same job If It Is applied! every I to provide a family atmnnphere.
TilE RIGHT POINT for the president: J. E. Tomllnson, annual $125 college scholarships and Saturday guests\ of Mr. other week. The others must be'' HIDEAWAY
and (Mrs.: Pitt Newsome.Mr. .
way you write. Come In and,' preglden.t-elec.-t; Dolph Reddish, were awarded last! weekto and Mrs. F. O Smith applied each week--esi>claJly 12. Mr.1.. II. Mtinrrlrf In In charge of complete laboratory -
vice-president: Jim Lawson, two Bradford High School during the "rainy" season and x-ray facilities. laboratory No. 024.
and children
were vUltinK srlwt" you' favorite: ESTKR-: !secretary and Oscar Davis, seniors. when black spot is most troublesome North of Waldo '
treasurer, Recipient of one was Jear- In LaCrosse Sunday. Miller stated. We Comply With Title 6, Civil Rights Law
Jlr. and
Mrs. New-
Tommy
TELE-
BROOK iountalr pen. Iran Johnson daughter' of Mr. Another disease, -
niivrtni'i/ ore Marvin/ Blown some of St. funiius powdery LIVE MUSIC
Petersburg were
GUArl II (.. B"lllnif.. <'i', Hllnkr1'e"np., iinrt Mrs.' Ccfus Johnson of Monday! and Tuesday guests: of mlldew--occul'S c'ur'ng: : the CALL WHITE OR COME BY

I i I it V i Cohl Tmn.v' and Sheiirt 1llwt.v.: Jeiirlrun compiled II !Ill'. and< Jtrn. I'llt Now3i me. spring and again in the fall Wed. Fri., Snt. Nights AND VISIT WITH US.
Iiamiit.nlo.oo.oeoO..000 3.0 honor point average and J. 10.: Waters of Dundee It's not too much of a problem
I ;; ;.O.O.O in mis' top graduate.. I spent the weekend with his during the mid-swnmer month GO-GO GIRLS Luwton It. Thomas, Owner-Administrator
The other went to Donald IUrn. Gertrude )Kuuffmun Asst. Administrator
brother-in-law and sister, Mr when black spot is at Its worst. 11, -
Salazar son of Mr. and Mrs I
t t : I is and :Mrs. Loyd Padgett. Miller said.Powdery. WE COMPLY WITH TITLE VI
A Salazar. Donald also
Hay
o 1 I 1 :Mr.\ and Mr. Kenneth Pad- mildew will cause, Discount Price on Package Good
O a high honors graduate.' gett of Orandln are the par a. lasting distortion of the leave
o I Owned & Operated by Bobby L. Bryan Let Us Care for Your Loved Ones
O ents of a son born May 28. but It won't cause defoliation.:!
g You 1 Can Always! a a Property TaxCertificates Paternal grandparents are Mr Unlike black spot whose spores I,

SoldThe and 1\11'11. Loyd Padgett are. spread by water, mildew '

Oo i 6iWEE mm o e annual :stale of tax cei- Mr. and and Mrs children, Arnold of MPdeirus San- spores The plant are wind-borne pathologist he recom-said. I' JACKSON' UIIJJING) SUPPLY) )

: o Iututlrs' to rollout delinquent weekend Francisco with Calif Rev.spent and Mrs[the mended the line of Actldione OF STARKE, FLA.
pi "pl'rty| taxes was held I PM which Is an eradlcant fungicltie. -
o Thm xd.iy June 1, beginningat Dave Medeira.1.: Two or three appllcat- CHERRY AND WELDON S.
At Your HBS Store:: n noon.Property. Mrs. Myra Faulkner/ of I PHONE 1-6078(
o taxes have been Gainesville visited her son and =
o delinquent since April 1 If unpaid d.iushtcr-in-law' Mr. and Mix.Jl.iny I :BOLEi S

SAVE! V3 OFF AVERAGE but Tax Collector J. R. Faulkner, Saturday. .
RETAIL PRICE I Kelly: said Wednesday after- ''Mr. and Mrs T. N. Norman, :HUSKY TRACTORS (IASIt J SPECIIS

. o ON QUALITY MOBILE PAINTS nuo i people were still pitying Gerald Norman and :Miss: Ann
o Mildew Rtiiitant Outside White thrum! off to keep their prop. ette Padjfett wore visiting T
o ; city from going up for sale. ii. Sapp in the V.A Hospital

5.45 e He Thursday's! suit In Luke City Sunday after n\9'\ _. ...., ,.... ....,. ,
0 Per Gal.REGLULAR. !. I predicted / '--' vdlDlO le."k. zh= "'-. ""' j' =m'''' iI """" a J 31
o I 'k e would bo "one of the .ttn/illoMt/ noon.Mrs
E COLORS .
Walter Clemunn Jr. '
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G In B long time" !but could nut t
o e'' "sap how many cprtlflr.i'ti.' and daughter and Mr. and Mm S IiNIw :SIlEt: BCP MOBILE

o 5.155 Per Gal. o I would\ be sold became people. Wayne Clemons were visiting .. .. .,.. ", ... .; COUNTER TOP 11
9 datives In Roddick /
the
w< /(' paying tuxes I light up to over
I O o I the wlie. weekend. ANGLE IRON .'OH IICA & CONSOVVELIJ.
o for FREE 64 Page Illustrated Catalog 9 Mr. and Mis. Marshall .
O Mail This Coupon Today! There Is No Obligation. 0 I 6 Negroes Charged Crosby of Gainesville and Mrs. CHANNEL 30"x9 SHEETS TWIN PALAIS-INT. EXT.
'eO Anna Ruth Johnson and uhi'd-' SQ. FTHANUOM .
10. NAME -------------------------------- With DelinquencySix ren of Jacksonville were weekend take FLAT BARS 390 Latex Gal. $2.69

________________ e guests of their parentsMr. REINF. !
STREET _______________ Negro girls horn 13 to and Mrs. Floyd Cronby. MESH ; SIZES:
HI) years of age are chargedwith :Mi' and Mrs Perry Lyons the work out of REINF Hi Gloss Outside!! lions
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delinquency In Juvenile and childien were dinner die faintOur )Finest
O SEND TO: HOME BUILDERS SUPPLY : C-oiirt, here and a 17-yeai-old guests of Mr und Mrs. H. O. vard care : Mildew Resistant

O P. O. BOX 939 WINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA o" I Xigio boy, William Lane Jr., Stokes in Baldwin Sunday.Mr. Dear Customer: I 1 1 I
01 'is' hated' with contributing to and Mrs. Billy Joiner :.1 Reg. $7.20 Gal. $L.48 Gal.
o to announce 50' WATER
pleased
We
9 Uu delinquency of minor.. and baby visited his brother are very 4'x8 SHEETS .V
a to that we are
Lane 75 cents to and sister-in-law and new you
t was paid
O A.9S
o I ; I I tnke three of the girls ,to Wal- baby, :Mr.! and Mrs- Davey now handling I3olena Outdoor I 1-1" INT. IJD. $ Porch and Deck Enamel

o do Saturday night In his car. Joiner In Mlcanopy 1'rldaynight. Power Equipment for I HOSE $2.95
o featuring Quality/ Building Products Since 1925 C) The other three rode a bus this area. Helens features SHEET Keg. $6.53 $5.88 Gal.

o o th"1- e. All six spent all night Loyd Padgett visited, his a complete line of compact (All Sizes Available)
\ o 4205; N.W. 6T1I STKKET{ e Saturday night In Waldo 1.0 father' J. F. 1'0<.lgeLt in Gulnos- frame I
tractors hinge
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GAINESVILLE PHONE: 3781619oeoooooooooooooeo o cording to Deputy Sheriff vllle Sunday ,
o 99 o o o o Hubert Green. I It's a girl; fur the A. 11 units riding mowers, lawn SHEETROCK JOHNS-MANVILLE 1 ROOFING
e Whitehead Jr.'s. She was" bm mowers and tillers.

Sunday May 28 In Brad LOW PRICE ON Dolt
County to Hospital.you Congratulations power stranger equipment to the industry.outdoor JOHNS.MANVILLEFIBERGLASS;\ 235 HEAVY STRIP SHINGLES Square $7.79

Mis. Marie, Elixnon of (Lialnesvillp -
Bunlington'S In fact the heritage be- 90 ROLL ROOFING Roll
$3.39
spent Tuesday nightI1nd ; -
of 116 REINFORCED
Wednesday with her ant hind this product

and daughter-tn-law Mr. and I years still stands strong. SHEETROCK 15i AND 30J; FELT Roll $2.28
Mrs. Kenneth Ellxeon.Y Bolens is a division of


GRADUATION G/ft SPECIALS I Food tion .(Machinery FMC\ ) one Corpora of the 'I WALLBOARD 1 1 HEW LUMBER j IMOLDINGS 1 t '

largest and most progres t
I ) Let's GoGardening sive corporations in the ,

i I JEWELRY\ Camera Outfiti I F T S t world.We now take this opportunity Treated Pine 2 BASE SC' LF

ALL to invite you to nee A( CRANE COLOR Reg. Yellow Pine

Close-Ont $11.95 up and use this quality pro Commodes New 2x2 FIR 91l c LF

Phonographs duct. We would take pleasure Check with us for all your
fly Ilervey Sharpe, Kdltor I Turquoise Blue Green
: in demonstrating unit Builders needs: and Save Money
Watches : Florida Agricultural Ex- (All Molding Available)
i GENTS % tension Service to you. Mosleys! Lawn EACH ;)
RINGSt0 DiscQimtI'lEKCEl 9 t Mower\ ,Center which has' $24.9
%
40 Discount been serving this area for
I 20 % OFF Flui'Ida's climate is ideal for 18 years with complete I 4" LAVATORY Keg. $7.81

I Ladies Diamond ); ) growing loses. but It also :av- service and quality pro- FAUCETS ea. PLASTIC PIPELOW

Princess and Pearl' Identification Bracelets tho development of pesky fun- ducts is proud to Intro- $5.49 ALL SIZES

S t.93 Earrings KUS diseases. duce IJolen.i! to you. We
up "The two worst offenders are COMPLETEBATH : PRICES YJ"dOO' Uoll -
20% Off black spot and powdery mildew look forward to servingyou $2.10
; Rings .
ROOM SETS .
with this fine
TIE TAGSSHOP & Case Of these, black: spot Is probably equip .
the biggest! single] threat to ment in the near future. Low Prices NAILS 1 Roll $ ;
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I ) Whltlncr & Davit $1 50 up roses In Florida. Left unchecked Sincerely yours, : $3.3
JEWELRYPSJCE $1.00up It can spell almost certain SfL..IU: UIlNG ... ." .: ". "

WITH US doom for your prized: bushes," W., MOSLEY. STAINLESS STEEL COMMON NAILS l"x00! Ito, '5.7;)
warns Dr Howard Millar' plant
1/2 (;Genuine Cultured the Agricultural Compartment
: pathologist with POUND CARTON
Ioubl with
FIRST I Stations Mosley's LawnMower
PEARLS Experiment i
DIAMOND:\ Black spot requires a year Faucet and Strainers (All Sizes! Available)

NECKLACE Keg. $37.: : O 'sound vigil/ especially 111 the Only $37.95 c.90
You'll Be Glad warmer parts of the state. Infected Center

J up flOW 24.95 leaves usually turn yellow Check With Us for All Your Building Needs and Save Moneyro

$8.95 You Did! and fall from the plant.s Kt. 1. Box 112 U.S. 301 S.

Name in Gold Free old long age.before Once they defoliation would from sets!II] Baldwin Florida 32004 JACKSON BUILDiNG SUPPLY'leas
upr1 Phone 2664267We
I 1 \WALLETS & BIBLES $4.95 In the plant's health. Is weak-' Service What We Sell'

1 cUt/oj arul HJ nurvlrl is ..t j I.J I.. I .

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I I 964-5003.; 2lp 6.8

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,, house. 3 bedrooms
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BHS Chorus Presents Soino of the other It'ndlnK parts In "The' !'Ilnlln'r."h/ I

itiitit", uero ennctiMl by; theHn Mtmlfnl. ((1st row l-r) Sandra I

"The Singing Freshman" IllHlop. Regina Klnn.'; and KriuiceH. McKliiney. 2nd row (I-r) : : l : !

Aldo( /clayii. Larry Koherti, Tim, harvey C'lmr; !<'N Illnson, undnubf.r'

Debbie Lavender who Rang too litadlng role of Zlnita (thpprinces Dye! I !

.*) in the BUS Chora. production of "The Singing uri ;.........-_ ,,"'- ....--_._.......--... ..
FfHhmun" wa prr"t'ntt'dtit, \ bouquet of red 1 ruMeN following -

thefinal p rformnnce last Thiir-Mliry night. I'retwutlnjf

the rOM Is. Paul Smith (left), prenldent of the Chon,". Also '

.m..lvlng gifts. of appreciation were Ronnie. Dyal (center) who ?

sang the leading mala role of Oordnn xultor to th>> PrIn4'....,,; ; :

and Jlnunlelarez, the HoconipiinUt. < .
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w& I sale 1957 black

t i$4$ ; $110. Phone 964-6836.

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The 07-membtr Chorus. i Is. under the direction of !\Irtt. ,r I'I Experienced Front
Brake mechanic to
Diana B. Ilaml muilc Instructor.Algr. .
modem John Bean'

I I Equipment. Sober,
: Apply In per
I 312 W. Madison
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-File attractive-- member----. -of- tim Chorus; -- pause for- refreohmpiit : : I I ltChg

New red pota-
at Pop' Place, the i
college hangouti (from left) Linda I
rabbit. 40o lb. live
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and Linda AliI....
I Will dress. Inquire at,
i Shell Station Lawtey.

r r ; 7-'T : ,I i ___._2tchg 6-1
-: r \ :i'l 'i14 I Garbage TruckTransmission : '
A CountyEscapesMemorial ) I Roll-up Hoa-
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WreckBradford Is InvestigatedThe :): I One Brldgston tfchg

: I Bike, excellent condi
County came Knowles, Rt. 1,
through the long Memorial city's/ new garbage I Starke. Ph. 964- I
-.' Day weekend without a single ruok: has been here nearly a 3tp 6-8' -
I automobile accident week but has not been, used r I
L I In fact only two happenedall due to a substitution of transmission ;/ LE 2 BR House on' .

r 'rr'W' 1 j' last week; no one was injured by the miccessful bid. I 3200. Needs some :
and both occurred before der Baldwin Chevrolet.A 401 Alton Rd. Flnanc-.
r- __ f I the weekend began last Friday meeting of the City Council Orange' Park 2646948. '
Ii according to the Florida Wednesday morning failedto tfchg *
i Highway Patrol station here.A solve the eituatlon. What, Is j
.S k 1967 Chevy It sedan, driven. needed, according to Utilities I
WEIGHT with
by Craig Vernon Padgett 18, Supt. Oscar Davis Is written safely
Tablets. ONLY 98o
Lawtey, crashed into the rear notification from General '
of a 1959 Chevrolet sedan on Motors and the manufacturers Drugs. Stp 6/22 I

U S. 301 last Thursday, May of the garbage truck body, VACUUM cleaner re-
I,1211. at 7:45: p.m. 1.5 miles south Florida Equipment Co in Jacksonville >I'' $lIS up. 10 different
of Lawtey. that the substituted -
Padgett was charged to choose from '
: by FHP Trooper J. 1<. transmission is heavy enough.I.'I''I'I I excellent repairs aft ,
I Wade with failure to have his Both GM and the body firm I KIRBY SALES A, ..
vehicle under control. have Driven verbal approval to :, ( ) 712 N. Main, GaInes- '
I The ,big Chevrolet driven by the: substitution of the New : tick,
Thomas Edward Manning Jr., Process 041 transmission, but '
20, had just pulled out onto the council haw refused to il" -- furnished 1
US 301 when Padgett crashed low the truck to be used until cottage. Large living
Into the rear of his car 247 the ,written approval 'Is ,'ecelv.ed. I kitchen tile bath,
i feet from SR-200A. which should 'be only a : .. driveway. Near school.
I Damage to the rear of the day or two now. | St. Call 9646277. 633
. -- J I Manning* car was estimated at City Clerk Merrill Edwards Street. tfchff
I $150 and to the right front laid he has notified both the ( ;
Ed Robert. of the champion Ormoml Reach OIII..ol'eam I I
1 and side of the Chevy II at body firm and GM. that written : I :
receive t.he huge winner's! trophy from Mayor Carl .$600.i approval of the substitution i : )

Hurst.Orniond. i The other minor accident is required. I I & SupplyCo.
I
occurred last Tuesday May lu the specifications for the I I
I Beach \Wins 3rd Annual I 23, when the left front wheel truck the city asked for a I .
came off a 1066 Corvette con Splcer 5652; ; transmission, I
vertible driven by James well-known brand which would ; ) [ & Service
Arnold( Newman 20 of Starke. have required an. axle that : I
Softball Tournament : I I N. Temple Ave.
Last WeekOrmond The sports car was travelingeast would withstand 22,000 poundsof ,;,
on SR-227, 34 miles east I force or one equal to
of Graham, when the wheel Splcer.: The New Process 541 ,I 1 I I : 964-7601
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Beach Optical an Fire Dept. 10-5. Tallahassee began to come: off. The car takes an 18,500 pound axle i I
entry In. the Annual Starke 8-7, and In the final game beat veered to the right shoulder which Is all Florida Equipment \
Invitational Softball Tourna- Tallahassee 103. where the wheel came all the Co. said the garbagntruck I I
mentor three consecutive There were plenty of softball way off but the vehicle cameto requires, Supt. I I CAREER
years came out on top of all thrills and excitement rest in. an upright position stated.
teams .In this year's tourney during the 23-game tourna- No charges were made by Since both ,the truck I I
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last weekend. ment. Almost everything possible the Investigating officer FHP body manufacturer have okayed < FOR MEN
Ormond took the first to occur In a ball game Trooper W. E. SUndberg. the transmission Davis WOMEN
place trophy toy defeating Buddys took place -- even a triple he Is sure it i la all right. I
of Tallahassee last year'schamp play. believe it or not. truck will sit idle however. I ambition and at least
10-2 In the championship There was a total of 636 Head Start until the superintendent Is given I school education.
I
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game. hits, and 385 runs were scored the goahe.t.LI.How ( I experience preferred
The four finalists of the A total of 31 home runs were ) I I required. We will

tournament were Ormond Tallahassee hit out of the park. SetForJune 19 To File I : I you to earn upward
,
Tltusvllle, and Garden To verify the fact that tome I per month limited
Restaurant. closely: matched teams were Claims Under I : I your willingness to
Tournament play ''began Fri- participating of the 23: Summer Part B MedicareIn ; ability and ambition.
day night with Noegel's! of games played!' 13 were decidedby mental classes in develop- : j '! hospitalizatIon and
Starke handing St. 5 reading will be heldIn ( I Medical' Inxurance.
Augustinea runs or less withI(i another effort to speed |
23-8 defeat. Noegel's advanced gomes having only one run air-conditioned A Buildingat : Life Insurance and
Bradford payments for doctor bills under
Junior
to meet Tltunvllle and High I Benflt, Free
was difference. Of the home runs the Medicare Blue I ;
School and will be to program
dropped to the loser open Benefits, Guar
bracket hit per team, Tallahassee hit ;
Shield of Florida has preparedand
next year's 7th 8th, and 9th .
by a 16-1 score. Noegel was 9, Ormond 5. Perry 5. and graders. Several one-hour is distributing a comprehensive I Income to those
then eliminated by Perry In a Titusville 3.Twentytwo. I while In train
folder entitled "How to
morning sessions will btigln aSam.
17-12 contest.
players hit home !
file a claim for medical benefits
Garden Restaurant was sent runs with Givens of Tallahassee Individual attention will be under Part B of Medi- I : I purtle must be
to the losers bracket In the and Allman of Ormond hit : responsible have
opening game !'when Fire De. ting 3 each. Lyle of Perry hita given to improving reading care. .. dit rating, and hate
The Instruction form
skills with Mrs. Jane Trawick provides
partment of Jacksonville whip grand slam. Dull of Tallahassee bUll In_ background.
as Instructor. "seven easy steps to follow -
ped 'them 8-7. Garden then and Tuck of Tltusvllle each TEAChERS AND
Classes start Monday, Sun* In completing a Part B :
fought back from the loser' hit 2 consecutive home runs in PRO""ESSIONAL'
19, and end Claim form.
Tuesday, Aug. 1
''bracket to earn fourth place. one game. i WOULI) DO
Enroute to fourth position, rn individual hitting, Allman July 3 and 4 will be holidays About 15; per cent of all TO INVESTIGATE: :
claims submitted to the Jacksonville
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Garden eliminated/ Perry 9-8, of Ormond collected the most I A supply fee not to exceed I AD. '
office inaccurateand
Jacksonville 10-3, and was one hits with 13, while Wandzek $2 may be required.ed must be returned are to the ''I I I Immediate personal;
victory away from gaining a of Tallahassee had 12. The 10- i I Interview
shot at the finals when Tltus man All-Tourney Team selected patient, it was said. I I Jim Arnold, Area'
folder contains ,
vllle shut the door with a 4-2 included: Terry Hardee, a success. Plans for next The instructions new emphasizing specific : II at Starke

victory.Enroute to gaining third Pruitt Noegel's, PRAC.Auto. .769.818;; Claude Roger year's event include expandingthe : the mistakes made In filing a : I Court. Room 25,
team entries to 16 or If claim. These folders are avail June
place. Tltusvllle defeated Noe.gel' Hardee Noegel's Auto .727; I 3, 10
16-1, was .sent. to the Mike :McNern. y, Gainesville, I teams- able In Social Security District : 1 I till 10 p.m. Ph..
loner's bracket by Tallahassee .727: Jim Watts, Garden Rest- The Parka Recreation Department Offices and the 17 Blue Itchqr-
21.1. then proceeded to eliminate !- aurant, .692; Frank Stafford wishes to expr.....' Cross-Blue Shield Branch Offices I ; ;
Sanford 6-3 and Garden Sanford 667: Carl Allman throughout the State. I
appreciation to all who helped
Blue Cross-Blue Shield of
4-3 before being dropped again Ormond Beach .650; Ronnie .
,by Tallahassee 63. Thomas Garden, .611; Frank make the tournament a success Florida has added 773: employees : SALE
Tallahassee gained the finals Wandzek, Tallahassee, .600; and special thanks.go to and established a night I ; FLA.
and the /imner-up position by Larry Hingle, Ormond .500. the City employees who worked shift in order to speed Medicare -' ,

roiling over Jacksonville FRAC In order of finishing, the .tTreleaaly to get the new payments. and
4-2 and Titusville 21-1 then teams were: Ormond, Talla- field Blue Shield was appointed. !
dropped an 8-7 decision to Or- hassee Titusville.., Garden ready to play on. last year aa the contractor to :,
mond 'Beach. Restaurant, Sanford Jax Fire handle Part B Medicare claims' !

Tallahassee ,then defeated Dept., Gainesville, Perry, Jax TilE RIGHT POINT for th. for physicians'! care In Florida !: | FRIDAY
Ormond 14.1 to gain the berthin PRAC Noegel's Auto Jim & the way you write. Come ii !
the championship game. Bob's and St. Augustine.The and select yaur favorite ES. I I I
In earning the champion- tournament was playedon TERBROOK fountain pen. Adjustable Vinyl Boo.' I Light In Key
ship Orniond whipped Perry the new ball park and the TELEGRAPh (overs. All sizes 30 cents ea' !' Melrose. Bluff
1i-9 Gainesville 23-12 Jax high school field and was Judy- : i
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I. > 1967 B H S GraduatesI










I Students Class RosterAlma : High Honors Class


ProphecyIt

jf,1n, :- 'I David Zeigler Griffis Robert McKinley Patrick ,' ; -'- .- .. '.'''.'.,.,..
.;, .,,1. ::' I ,\. tl Jane Akridge 1I ,
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I! \r" "J 'ill .' Judith Yvonne Alkire Eleanor Griffis Jerome Pelham .: I Is the year of 1977. We
I h
...t '" & .. 1j', Griffis Erma Janelle Pollard .r, are
\ .. Glenda Sheryl Alvarez Jeanette looking forward to sea

I ... I'- Larry Ray Alvarez Judy Ann Griffi Ruby Lois Pressley '. what has become of the Senior
'.
: .' t : Linda Paulette Alvarez; Roger Dale Griffis Katherine Genelle Frevatt ': ', clods of 1967. As we look we

)l d Lorraine Alvarez Linda Yolanda Grigu Wayne Laverne Prevatt ;r rel rt see our former class president
David Silcox as Governor of
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Franklin Edward Hardy! Alice Mae Proctor
Baker
Venetha
Florida. As look
( we on in politics
James Marshall Beam Jayne Eugenia Hardy Patricia Raley I t we find Bobby Patrick,

( A Herman W. Blankenship Hubbard Randel Harl 'y James Gregory Reddish Gary Brewer and Danny Watt
c : -
.. Wanda Gall Boatwright Larry Mitchell Harper Joseph Tyson Reese ers are now Commissioners of
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Melanie Bradley Ramona Louise Han ell Roy Ronald Rhoden I Agriculture for Lawtey. David

Ardel Franklin Brannen Harry Milton. Hatcher.: HI William Scott Rhoden Griffis, la now Mayor of The'.
reto.
: Dwight Oliver Hersey Linda Sue Ricks I ,
Gary Wayne Brewer
Entertainment
world is ournext :
) Dennis L. Roark I a.
Sanford Glenn Hicks
[ Linda Gale Britt stop. We find Venethd
11tThr14"a Janet Marie Brown Wendy Lee Hill Donald Mack Robinson Baker, Cynthia. Sherman and

Larry Brown Jacquelyn Hines Rita Ann Rowe I"" Regina Ellis have now got the

Elvis Harry Brunson Sandra Lee Hislop Linda Joyce Ruis :' top record on the chart and

Shirley Joan ChristensenJack Charles Priest Hinsop Donald A. Salazar I I"I: they have replaced the Su-
Marlie: Joseph Sanderson preme Robert Dyal and
Barbara Sue Johnson i:'
Edward Campbell "
'_f. Michael Deverick are the two
I I I' Brinson Wesley Savage I': ... ..
Jearlean Johnson ... ..
Roger Allan Chilson ;': J. stars In
leading the Broadway
new
McRae ; -,
I Joe Kauffman Dale Crosby Gary Beth Elaine Scoggins .
Duane Jordan
Shirley Christenson Virgil play "Romeo and Juliet' .
I Jearlean Johnson( Billy Dean Thompiwn
I Brenda Jean ,Clark Jerry Earl Jowers David Michael Scott 1 Michael is, playing the part of

< Patsy Louise Clemons Phillip Randall Joyner Kenneth Ray Scott Romeo and Robert as
: 'e
.
.Clara Mae Sellers I Juliet We
+ Annette La Von Collins Joseph Anthony Kauffman ,:, rA I see Danny alias
u? : Kenneth Sellers 1 Ringo Cowan I la now drummer
Laura Cowen Paul George Kaufmann ,
for the band called the
David Shannon Very
Larry
Doris Sue Kelly
Daniel Miller Cowen
Dense. David Scott la now tha.
: Raymond Ashley Craven John Reuben Gregory King Cynthia Luvenia Sherman new Batman and David Smith
":1'I I Vernon David Silcox
Beverly Jean (Crawford Connie Yulaine Kirchuine la playing the part of Robin.
Gary Windell Crews Janice Diane Lang Travis Gerald Silcox Donald Martin has become the

Ronald Jack Crews Linda Elaine Lee Charles David Smith -', r Michael Caine of 1977. William
I Leverson Elaine Marie Smith r Gault now stars In the aeries
Beverly )
i r ,1C John Franklin Crews
1I of Comer Donald.
Jane Linda Smith Pyle TJ.S.M.C.
Thomas Neal Lyon, Jr.
Dale Albert Crosby .
4,4 Salazar has just joined the
I -L 'lk William Eddie Cruce James Richard McCarthyIvan Robert Louis: Soto C Tijuana Brass. Kenny Brantly -
Carl Edwin Stancil
1 I -:: Nancy Lee Darby :McCollum has taken over as the Jolly
,
'' \I Teresa DeAngelis James Alan McCrary Carolyn E. Starling Green Giant and !is still /growing -

.' ',.t, I !' Denton Edward DeVoe Samuel McCutchen Daniel Doyle Starling green peas. Margie Dowl-

,.\" .. < '; r & .,,> Linda Darlene Devore Gloria June McKinney Danny Carl Stewart Ing has just created her latest .
,4. J Strickland dance routine the type we can-
pr Emogene
1" r .t i i j, Charles Michael Devrick Melton McKinney not tell.
i. t f t, Dobbs Stephen Wayne Mcl.eod Oral Stanley Tanner
Sharlynne Wynell
} We see Joe Kauffman coming -
I Robert Earl Terrell
'; .. .. I Margie Ann Dowling Aldrey Murry McRae our way l tan't he a nice
'j. ,- ". '. : '::. Gary William McRae Bonnie Faye Thomas
"' Robert Krueger Dyal
Gloria McKinney : Ronald Odell Dyal Walter Buddington McRae Larry James Thomas guy.Joseph Tyson Reese and
I Bonnie Graudon j' Ramona Harrell 'j : 1 1f
Austin James Edwards Sandra Lee Magyari William Dean Thompson -, _. Janelle Pollard are now working -

... ...... Connie Diane Thornton I t9gether! in a Joint marriage
-' --- -. Donald Willard Martin '
Godwin
,, ; Linda Sue Edwards Bobby White,, Jim service
( r 't : Elizabeth L. Matthews Frank Stephen Tolford \ counseling when
\ :: oiB : Robert Franklin Edwards
I '.,: I .. ; ,' I .i Ronald Eugene Tomlinson .,... .. -- they: are not working they are
William Michael "
'i Meng '-
Ellis .''
Regina : IoJt.: ;'N--- .. I 'l.\\ busy taking care of the little
;I': "j Francis VanPelt 1:1iiI1."J.il.!: ..Jr" ,
.
.... Elijah Bryan Erwin Lawrence Peter Meng r ,fr7b b 1\ Tyson's. .Betty Matthews'anu
Samuel H. Eunice Jimmie Nelson: Moore Gary Daniel Waters 1 A"S Bill Meng- are now happily

Iii I .4 Carolyn Adeline Faulkner Renee Margaret Moore Jimmy Dale Were ""S \ ." married at Hampton. with I*
Stanley Frank West little .
Menge.Some
Carlos Earl Moss .
i John Friedman \
j ir Geraldine E. Mooty Fannie Mae Wheeler ..... ''Of bur students have
Shirley Ann Fuquay really : In the world
ti J I Robert Wesley White -, gone up
Leaton Union Morgan III
Laura Cowen ,
such as Frank Hardy) Bryan
Eliane Bonnie Whitehead
Ij Gene Dale Garbett James Leon Nettles Erwin 'and 'James Bond have

j William Ezra Gault, Jr Ronnie Eugene Newman Brenda Dale Williams ',.1: now teamed 'up' to become 3

r' James Brown Godwin, Jr. Estelle-Annette' Padgett Linda Kay Wilson ) of-the" -world'* greatestcrtmi< -.

.. Bonnie Lou Braudon Randall James Padgett Karen Wise nal investigators. Scotty Rm den -
'Willard Wayne Wynn and Larry Thomas'' are BOW
Charley Robert Griffisthe Patricia Palin Aldo Rubon'n Zelaya beverage agents class 2A. for

the state of Florida. Alma Ak-

ridge Is now entering .the conv

thing. To anY' underclassmen In detention, hall. I also leaveto leave the memories of all the test for Miss America. Jackie\

r I leave the art of gettingout Darrell Crawford my ability good times we have had this ; r iV Hines is leading playmate at

t \.. of class for various reason to skip lat, 2nd, 3rd, and year. ". tho Playboy Club in :Miami.
L.. .. ," 4th and backIn Some have taken their jobs
I and perfection this art such periods yet get To Andy Mayton, I leave ,
Hill time for lunch. And last, the good ole State Farm and in the world Murry McRaa
Robert Terrell David Silcox Wendy as I did To Danny Waller I \i'--I' 4
I : leave an empty stool in Mr.Stewart's but not least, I leave my great hope you will keep It up.I I \ now owns Tostee-Freeze. Uon-
,. ability to sit and look at Mr Linda Lee being of sound ale Graudon la now head sales
Ir' r.WSA ffft room and the art of
Lope ,through math cla.s. lj mind and body, do hereby man for Apex contact len
passing anytime any ono of his Sandy Sanderson Brenda Jean ClarkCynthia I Co. and Is assisted by Shirley
Barbara Crawford as he'll need leave to DIanne Adktnson and I t ]
many many tests- To William -
pop Christenson. Judy Griffin and
someone to watch over him ElaIne Brown all my English .
Alk Scogglns I leave a new next year too.I assistance jobs( next year. And ,_- _- Renee Moore are still workingin "

f A track and track coach, have Linda Alvarez, being of to Sharon Thornton and Gwen the B.H.S. office. Dennis
f t3,. fun. To .the rest of the people uncorruptable mind and body, Jones, I leave next year's lit. Roarke and Jamea Nettles now
In this Institution I leave memories do rnot, willingly leave the bookkeeping class In hopes that own Hurst's Shell station

heartaches, and -R bottleof mall bun on 301 and Leon they will learn what they were 1 O'Neal Crosby Is now manufacturing -
\. pepto blsmol. Cleveland. To Kathy Frees, I suppose to have learned this I a f Boys State 'II'"-

I, Jayne Hardy. telnir of leave 2 empty cherry ,bottles year. And to Bobby Dodd, I I shirts. Palsy Clemons and
) sound mind do h?rebv where the chicken feathers are' leave my place In front, of the Linda Brltt are still stringing
2I'.I leave to Marilyn, Bolllnner on a Brooker Road, and to any radiator In upttalra C- >ulldng tobacco Ardel Brannon Is now

wM .,', Little t Women and heed l photographer half-insano junior my ponltion first period.I yr 1' t owner' of Bradford Bus Burp.
1 % It, I : I leave Sandra Register all .ecl'e' : ry-tl'easurer of DOTCBB. Glenn Hicks, being of 4 Glen Hicks I.l still driving .a

... and Martha Dennis on' '; misty mind and sound body, ,. truck for i Gay Appliance,
4 ; ticket; to Kay Coition I leave I, Elaine Whitehead, being i do leave Mr. Costello with 1;*:; Wendy Hill and Pat Raley

,..;. all the miles you nn put on )f unaound mind and rickety I sound peace of mind. To Dar : have gone Into the! hair styling

;\ r. your car Just rH'n around' body< do leave to any deserv- rell Crawford, I leave any of business.

,.'....,M'.....,, I leave Mr. Shiner rnd al' ng junior my ability to do my abilities which he may Here comes Joe Kauffmsn
i '' I his section question to Kath"Frees lathing and atlll maintain need that I have yet to \(lnd. I. and Isn't he nice.
J t and Elaine Murray: to asslng grades; I leave to the I, James Austin. Edwards, do We see many of our students
'--- .1 'ur..or'\ Brooker Bombers that leave this wonderful institute have taken. over Interning and
I Bill Men' Wayne McLeod Jeanette Grill letter Linda Crews I leave a 10-pni" their love affairs may be con. of learning with the hopes that teaching. Janet Brown and
: to all the sen'or of 8"
Lake are now teaching -
Shirley Fuquay
:Inued on the seven mile cut the remaining Kingsley
the memories of the Oats an* off from the two moat beautiful B.B.'s will keep up the fine I tig' e : at B.H.S. Francis Van Pelt

Ooats queen and the ability t t" Moodyvllle queens- May the quality of the B.B. organization Is Interning for Mrs. Herring

I LAST WILL AND TESTAMENTI I find replacements. all thr ten lor's of '67 remember our which, as everyone knows 'Ronnie Dyal has become ban4

Sophomore girls I leave great year of being State l Is twice as good as the Goats : Sherman France'' Van Pelt director for B.H.8. Billy Deal
"youfriend". :Champ:: and our memories that and State Farmers combined. I. \ I Thompson l la Interning for

Herman Wayne Blanlcen- ling the football In open fieldto ba's barnyard and fruit basket I, Randy Goat Joyner, cV will last forever of ole BITS. To Steve Crawford who shall ._ ___ Mrs. Zaleskl.. Danny Starlingand

ship, being of aound body! after the opponent who ran 6ft turnover to anyone who wantsIt. hereby leave Dog Mans Tex And to Marilyn .Bollinger 1 be the King B.B., I leave my '... Danny Stewart have be.
of football under yards resulting In a 7-7 tie Patrick, all the dogs In Law. leave the book and the wonderful wit In hopes that he r,. come Ag Instructors. Wendell
3 years tey hoping: he won't come In ,. Crews has taken over :Mrs.Haney'n : .
for .he. greatest
truly Its
girl to
single It
Coach. Hurse and questionable! with Live Oak and coming to I, Randy Harley, leave to all will use
Ooatland and Goats B H.S. Robert
get my needs it. the Goats.The place at
mind after 8 years of teaming: school the next day to be blessed Seniors of '68 Mrs Koun ijfam's advantage against '
And I'm taking my surfer I, Sandy Sanderson leave future Beth and Melanie T's Terrell Is now an English/ Professor.
at Bradford High School leaveto with all the confidence typing class so that they can locks with me, because Dav Della Wilson the memories of Waters leave to Kay Colson .

Larry Mercer, one possum: given me after such a deed. help her with her 'omat'::t Nurse haa had them long the past and the promises of the ability to hang on to a Ronnie Crews hid now taken

to J. Roy Chasteen my key to I, Jim Godwin; being of-sound with Mr. Adams. Maybo Mr, enough.I the.future. Waters' boy long enough to to : over Mr. Payne's place. Ron-

the sugar shack; -to Coach mind leave Andy, May tun the Lopes will have better luck Melanie Bradley! being: of I, Bryan Erwin being of get him to propose. f nie Tomlinson, ha professor'of
Nurse I leave a lock of my hair State Farm in /hopes; that, he next time I Any deserving senior dilapidated mind and worn, sound mind and body do here I, Janelle Pollard, being of electronics at Columbia Uni
.and gold surfboard to remember I can! maintain the glorious ,do.I I leave my sleeping placein out 'body, after attending: this by 'leave B H.S. for good. sentimental mind and sound versity. Roger ChllHon la Instructing

me by; to the Juniors ,on I minatlon over the OoaU and Mr. Jacobsen's PAD class. school so many tortuous years To Wilbur Waters I leave bodydo hereby leave Brad- o- a course on goat

the football team I leave a other minor groups such as the I, Pat Raley, of unsound leave to any and every junior my: position as lead off batter ford High School with many calling and Wayne BI8l fen.
broom and the role of King of State Fanners of ))67 have doneI mind after being in the company the challenge of finding our and hope that .he will not get happy memories To Jackie r ,hip has come back to asUat.

the Shower that us seniors: Carolyn Faulkner, toeing of of my "dizzy" compan- what ever happened to all hitI' also leave Wilbur the Smith, I leave "our" bench Coat Hurse on the side he

held; to any junior with a disabled mind and body dr ions but of sound body, leave those great ole senior privileges back seat, of the bus and between B and C building in __ I Is the jailer at the County

heavy foot, light gas pedal, hereby leave Linda Ramsey the to my Keystone buddy Inky, you hear about all : please don't talk so loud about hopes that she and Paul will Jail.. -
roaring engine and en open lake and the gossip To >Shirley my great ability to find trouble through the years In hope! what you. are buying for the use It well. To Barbara McRae, We have a special group to
road. I leave Sergeant Spears Moody the C-bulldlng' bath when It doesn't find me first that they will have more luck prom. I leave all the Joys of bolngr name now. Ramona Harrell

Judge Yawn and -my jail cell. room and the tip: -t. Debbie and to Olenda, my ability to be discovering them than I did To Paul McLeod I leave captain and my ability to control Dottie Sue Kelly and Elaine
I leave to Lynda Strickland t. Akklnson she will Whitehead are the :3 contest.
Coach Mason and Coach aa
Also, since being a loat. we Pickett, I leave one little tiny I tardy to practically every class my temper
: the job of keeping the I for Miss Smoker
be sent to detention Kings- In hopes he will be need It. To Sandra Register ants running
yet
challenge anyone to climb goat scared- "-\ and hope-she leav does ,! class never, I'm sure shell need UI I Ir ley Lake B.B.'s from being their right-hand man. leave my ability to buy a -.-. .&.. .. __....,. w J.,.... title for 1977. Buddy )k lae
the best to Pat Morgan.
mountain and to challenge i.er ; overrun by' the Starke Goat, To Richard Williams I leave from the Jiffy has just received his surfing|
certain
> of one 'great time and "-WheV!'1 Fannie Mae Wheeler wlll- product Donald'Sal.u. r I Shirley l Fuqua
TO the football am In his
goat To
hope that she can restore the.privilege of being: number tore to set her hair with. award which he gained by
next year we leave the challenge Pat Morgan. Has anybody! seen Italy leave. Bradford High School them to their rightful posI- 1 and a slightly used bottleof all Juniors, I leave Dear Ole excellent display on Samson'

to be state champs!! again Her" with one thing In mind tion, No, 1. Also I leave to "How to gain weight pills". Bradford In hopes that they lifeguard at the State Farm radio station, hoping he won't Lake. Sue Alvarez has been
for the third straight year. To I, surfer Marshall nicotine as I l leave to always abide by all Juniors the right to find To Randy Jones, I leave my will make good use of their swimming hole There will burn It down. To my sister 1 I named Homemaker of the

Johnny Warren, leave the surfing Beam, being fount:! mind and the high moral and'ethic as much happiness at BHS as left-field position, my patentedhit short remaining time here. also be a detail map left to leave Bryan Erwin.I. Year. Jimmy Moore Just received

commando's In hopes that sunburnt body do hereby leaveto standards of Bradford High. I have In my senior year, and and my batting .average J, Joseph A Kauffman 11, him telling of a good place to Dottle Sue Kelley, leave the "Don't give a darn"
he will keep It going. Anyoneon William Scoffglns! ,several School especially" to the upcoming "He can use it". being of mind and body, do hide his .".. I want to appoint to Jackie Smith and Paul Mc- award for the year Leaton

the football team with hair cans of liquid refreshment for I, Paul Kaufmann. being; of varsity cheerleaders, the right To Robby Smith..1 leave a hereby leave the junior da-is John Warren the conv Leod the Brooker baseball Morgan has been named a

over an Inch long I'leave the next track: !season, and a packof feeble mind and weak body after to'enjoy cheering as one of bill for $6.00 and a used pair all of the senior privileges mander-ln-chlef of the surf in field in hopes they make as judge at the Bradford county
name surfer and a pair of scls Wlnstons on the cross country attentlng BItS do hereby I the greatest experiences they'll: of baseball shoes. (remember you can break In commandoes and Tommy good use of It next :year a* fair strawberry festival:
cots course. I also leave to' the leave for the last time. To any ever have.I To Donny Elder I leave him the lunch line If you go there ) Blackshear the official cook, they did ,this one. To Sue Here comes Joe again and

I, Stephen Wayne McLeod.! athletic department one' case junior I leave the bench In Linda Rule, being of sound president of the "scrubs and -also want to appoint Andy hoping he can make a better Douglas, I leave the ability to he Is still nice.
somewhat of sound mind and of surfboard wax to used for front of B-bulldlng as a place mind and body, do hereby leaveto watch your language on the Mayton as the pro of the golf breakfast than those canned! take the family car off with- Now we see a group of boys
body do leave any junior footballer next years surfing tearou I also -I of total confusion and fun and Mike McRae, my ability bench. course 'behind my house and in foods and drinks. I want to out permission, to have It and In the middle Is Robert

the challenge of fumb leave my seat in'' Mrs. Bum- I someday someone wlU name' to spend all my break period.* To one special person 1 hie spare time he can be the leave Steve Thomas the WPXF. (Continued on next Page I Continued On Fag 111THURSDAY




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I I LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT I joking, Karen mood.I Wise, betmj: Of I I II

sound mind and J body leave tp
the juniors of the State Farm,
E'VCRTAD IS [From preceedlng Page 1 perlences' ahead of Y"u. Keepup 'field house and also the post the ability to ride Bus No. 0 \
: the good work. I am proudof of president of the electronic and not get In trouble. I also I
JBIII TTie Future break down, to push It two I you all. club to any one who wants it. leave to all juniors of BHS
miles, and to get back without I, Brenda Clark of sound I. Eleanor Griffis, of sound Senior Year !in hopes that \Ux! :y 1967
is in yourhands her parents finding out To all mind and body do hereby be- mind and body do hereby leave
I II Cto the Brooker girls I leave our queath my earthly posseaxioiis all of BHS to those who want [Continued .>n next pate]
I I pup tent in hopes that one to all my friends. I do hereby it. I especially leave Mrs.
night they might all gquoeza leave to Sheila Magyar], all Haney to keep you quiet In I I
In. my shorthand notes in hopes the hall of upstairs C-bullding I
I, Ronald Jack Crews, leaveto that she will use them to a and Mrs. Simpson to teach you
all the juniors the abilityto better advantage than I .1ld a perfect life. Of course you
N&l walk in and out of the I leave Linda Allen, all the juniors are jrolng to try, but i
\a frerh: smelling rest rooms ummet boys In Bradford Hlg:1.: you'll never be a* good as the I
I l
without fainting from holding class of '67
And last but rot least, I leave I
Kings and Queens- keep their breath. I also leave to Rita Ellington period. I, Linda Griggs, being of
for Aces. 1 s/ the juniors the ability to eat I, Lavon Collins, being ot Round mind and fat body, do I
working In the lunch room and keep a sound mind and body, do hereby hereby leave to anyone who 1 f

Congratulations! straight face. To Elizabeth bequeath to Janice Padgett, wants it, the smashed-up garb- I What a perfect occasion .I
Thornton, I leave all the Mr. Shiner and his great 5th age can in back of Frank 1 1Hardy's ,1 i
garbage cans, hoping she will period physical science classI house. I also leaveto to say "Good for You", : :
find the one of her choice and fyand
It offers Wayne Wynn, hereby any overweight person the
unlimitedopportunities live happily ever after (private leave to Theron Yawn, an air- name of my weight doctor and hope you'll be happy
1 joke). To my sister I leave strip 150'> wide, and 5000' long my weight pills. Aa' I leave,
Leaders of tomorrow, nothing except a piece of bubo I whatever do"
V 1 for ground-loop! and crosswind leave my place In Mr. you .
: for you to Th.r.'a plenty of ble gum in one of the lockers landing, if you're a pilot like Sprow's office to a worthy Sr
"Do elbow In C-buIldlng. That's all I can will need inch of '68 who
"Grab on" It"Goocfwi.h. room for you myself you every can get caught )
leave because I spent my last of It. every time they skip tot 3 S6.rWISHES'
... cent on that piece of bubble
I, Jlmmio Moore being of years i fl1c571!
: 1.967Conner gum.I big body and little mind do I, Elaine Smith, of mound
John Friedman, not beingof hereby finally leave BHS. mind and body, do hereby write
Baldwin sound mind nor body, will Amen. To Lillian, I leave my my last will and testament.To '
rr/T/ to anybody who has the guts, all the Good wishes flat ara
charm, wit, a chair by; my underclassmen, I .
Insurance Chevrolet Inc. to walk Into the boys restroomIn drums, and especially/ my way leave BHS In hopes that you foil of respect.
C-buildlng and not die from with teachers To Mr. Stewart, 1 enjoy your years here as much
Agency. smoke Inhalation,; also I will I leave 1 pencil, which I could 1 as I and the rest of the senior )I YOI'" earned them.& /"
my "free Jumping" rig which 1 of socks class have. To
not afford and pair I Susie, I leave
: For Your Insurance Van H. Priest, Co. Highway 301, North consists of leather bons, ankle (I now wear footles). I the memory of prom night at
NeedsPhone r I, braces and one smashed brain I, Carolyn Starling, not be- Keystone and 0.1the/ rest. To Independent Telephone
; !961-7369) !) Starke, Fla.I bucket to Red Barrett I leaveto ing of a sound mind leave th'.s Faye I leave the memory of CARP'SDEPARTMENT
222 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. Mr. Sprow, 2 boxes of SegoIn school what little brains I have all the fights on Papa Berry'sbus.
his favorite flavor and one left. I leave to Elaine Murray Corporation of Florida
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genuine reducing machine. To the ability ,to handle 2 certain! I, Duffy Soto being of
I Mrs. Boggs, I leave a book ct-: teachers finish school sound mind and all-American
and just STORE 110 N. Thompson St., P. O. Drawer 40
r titled: How to be Nice to This ;being my last year I body, leave to :Mr. Leon Cleve
Your Students !in and Out ot would say its been great but land Ellis my universal physique Starke Plaza Starke. Fin.A .
Class. it hasn't. Good luck to all of and my real Identity. I am
I I, Paul Artemus Smith, bo- eally chicken man. After
QCittr :yon. see-
,, A r ] ing of sound mind and locker, I, Randy Padgett, leave to Ing me at the lake I fooledou f
leave the bench on the Key anyone my ability to skip ;- as Charles Atlas but now
stone road to Lamar Unxleihil' school, get kicked out and quit you know. Don't get jealous
and Bruce Sunderlaml the one school and still make it. Mostly and don't tell anyone, and 1
that I caught 14,000 rides to I Just leave. won't tell anybody you're LOOK AHEM JJBJfiHTTOMORROW
I that great town of Keystone I, Leaton Union Morgan III really Donald Duck. ;

; on. To Carolyn Marie MengI being of sound mind and bodyI I, Jack Campbell, with I
j : leave my ability to eat lunch ( think) doo. leave BUS hap- sound mind and body do here j CLASS OF 67 '
I II I early and go to Jiffy any timeI pily as heck. To the varsity by leave some senior of next :
,. please. I also leave to her football team I leave Dayllgh! year the ubilitv to rrsl.it the AND THE' FUTUR1 I I
my molded, ganggreen. mouthpiece will temptation of when BELONGS
I Savings Time so that they laughing TO Yr"
my heart, and my brain, have another whole hour of Robert Edward tells the
: Keep your banners' hoping she gets more use out fun and enjoyment. To my teacher she must have slept rII -
of the latter one than I didI brother, Ralph I leave him on a bed of nails: the night
: 'hig"t": UIt Judy Grlffls being of nothing but a ,big black eye before, when she is not m a II IIf IIt
t
A. '" able mind do leave to Emory from
fc --:- which he will receive me I
: > --- Prevatt two of his favorite In the senior game.I I
SetyouraL4'ron9ratulations leachers, Mr. Stewart and Mrs.
Dean be-
Billy Thompson,
f' Zalcske. I leave Mr. Kills and queath to Jackie Bennett (the( J
: Wali. ill of his headaches to Pat ftafiiatioDBecausa[
nath whiz of BHS) all the
.
v._ > ... J Morgan and Ruth Nelson I fine memories and remember-,
y ;", 's "
yoirDAY also leave my typing abilities ances of Mrs. Zaleske and her
I I to Mary Grltfis with hopes t 1967r
-'' cuts And I hope that all future !
: andJtJpod that she, too will use it math students will use' !

wisely. Jackie as a fine example.
We've been with you. I, Ven tha Baker, being of
Wishes
? I, Ronnie Pyal, being of ,62 :
w.re with you today' round: mind leave Hattie MaeiTwrymy"WlUy sound mind and body leave to

i and will b. an the way. ) ..to be a book- all the juniors, in the band, the I
,/ 1'_ BKlS keeper, also my ability to back scat on the band bus k'k'r r
"Go- dance. Have Fun. I leave to Mike l : You're ready now for
X, Beverly Leverson, beingof Jackson the right to wear theo L14 ,
sound mind leave Margaret white unlfoi'm. I leave to Bob- /4, ''Vv the bright approach to
Kelly my ability to style wigs, by Dodd,!, the joy of beating /
,
'- t also my bow legs.I his drums at the games.
fields ahead
wide
,' .. w .h P. D. REDDISHSheriff Linda Devoio do hereby I, Genelle Prevatt, leave BHS open
leave the bench behind the to all the wildcats of 168.They
: FLORIDA PEST CONTROL Ag Building that J. R. and I.. might learn more than I did.I luck to"you.
'. had so much: fun on to RrenoAdkins Sandra Hislop, being of 6
; and Jimmy demons in sound mind and body do here-
I ..: and Chemical Co. hopes that they will have as by leave Francis MrKlnney.
: much fun on it as we did. loud Edwards and Market !
the ability to speak as Grocery
j T, Shary Dobbs of dusty and to have as big a mouth ,I

: I mind, and tired body, leaveto aa me and the ability to goof I .. Theron A. Yawn
the entire Junior Class the
: .
I things up.I I
ability to remember at all Betsy Matthews, being of >..M.54., (iroceries.Ieats! Feed, Seed Gas & Oil

f times to refer too. sentimental mind and sound Becausa you'velearaed'how County Judge -Phone- J64 5312 Starke Fla.
I"tLo.okAhead I To Randy Jones, I leave the body, do hereby leave Bradford ,
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ability. to understand and. work I High with many happy mem- ta I. I .
.: I with the Faculty as your position I ories. To Judy Whitehead, I .
as President of Student I leave 1 very well used C-build stay With lt..
Council. log bathroom, knowing tha"she ..-. ""
tlfr r r. .. I
To Mr. Clark, I would like wilPfua* it as well as 1 ,
to wish the best of everythingin j have. (Smoke Gets In Your
your new work approachingyou. Eyes.) To Della Wilson, I
And many thanks for leave by ability to sneak
4,. being a friend to me in my 'around class without getting G. S. BROWN
short time here at Bradford.' caught. ,,

To Bobby Dodd, Mike Jackson I, Rotnie Tomllnson, beingof Service Station
and David Penoyer, I questionable mind and phys-
leave one cigar, and a Lake Icnlly unique body, leave the Temple and Pratt Sts.
Butler Hamburger name "Sunshine" In the oM.

: S & ( 1 And to all Sub-Deb membersI

: f would like to wish all the .
I happiness and challenging ex-i
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WILL' AND TESTAMENT I of me I'm sure. To aU the Jimmy Moore's qulcksturtt.. tailed work Hurso!! I also! (envn-.the! }1:1J.: on to the collection! In .Jiln senior .._.|.knowtafs ,..of how to play thaI
teachers and kids that have I, Regina Ellis being of I, Franklin E, Hardy, beingof leDge for anybody to Sl'l,)' in ,,I year. I( game fruit basket turn over
been a help to me In any way, sound mind and body do hereby sounder mind than most, do as much trouble an I did. I I, Den ton Dovoo, not being Wheneverthey jet 'bored. Totattle.
[From Preceding bagel sound mind and :body do for next year's homecomingfloat I leave my sincere thanks and leave to Ruth PormenUr hereby leave to Harold Bowen leave .1.- Roy 'and Johnny ,the of sound mind or able body, ( ., Lrry a big bug of
may have fun. hereby will to Paul McLeod and skit I'd will the or- I appreciation and my heart- and Darlene Starling/ the alto the ability to walk In and out Bandit I leave the fhalionge' leave thin school to ariVoflu pennies so' she won't have to
I, I and Steven Smith the privilege deal of the prom to you but filled desire that their foudeatdreams section In BHS chorus To of the library any time of the to conquer our,' athletic) acnlovimonta. ;- I who can stand It. I alas l leave,, borrow any. 'more. To Rellen
Bobby White, being of of being the class carpenter you have already struggled/ come true. For It was Hattie Terry, I leave my beautiful day without a pass note In I also leave' .. goo'1- ole C-bufldlng! bathroom to the Houston a package of bobbt
through that. To Randy JonesI them that made my years at I voice and personality. To hopes that he will seek thu BHS for what Its wQrUI.' ..And president of the New River pins., T.also proudly leave BH3.T .
I leave the ability to stay out BHS a delight, when they Patricia Denisfiold, I leave the knowledge that I always have. to Sandra Register, I Icnve! all swamp rats, Clyde Slim Jim Roger Chllson, being of
of hot\( poker games on basketball could Just as easily have beena ability to play the piano with- I aujo leave my great abilityas my future.I Moody.
: I sound mind and body leave to
MOST LIKELY trips while all the other disaster- out ever taking a music le "fII. a lover to Gary Hamilton Eddie Stancil ,being of ,
I. Patricia Palin under.
of Andrew
EVERY'SUCCESS being Mayton one
players are bring caught by I. Francis Van Pelt, being I also leave to everyone I in the because he sure needs It. To doubtful mind and- body do'I
sound mind and do here rub dUcim male In
weight :
SUCCEED! Coach Aclklnaon, To any of sound mind and body even chorus the ability to have a Stephen Smith, I leave all the leave BHS with judilant' shouts body er
by leave to next year's stud Italy, 1 In hopes he can ineak
} worthy basketball player on after going all year to marvelous chorus next) y ar. flab I've caught every time of Joy. I hereby leave Math
ents of Mrs. Rumba
1967] '. next year's team I 'leave No. Herring's clang, do leave Mr.l! I, G rrl Mooty, bring of we've gone fishing. And please IV to any student who is dumb Inn [Continued on next page]
, "'" 21 to any who would get the Jacobsen a word of thanks for sound mind and body do here- try and get some gas for the enough to try it. To Rouble!
} .IS Jun.( I II' pleasure of playing for B.H S missing/ : weeks of Star Trekin by leave to Sheila Taylor my boat motor To Steve Wade, I Smith, my uncanny ability to I I I
) i that I did ) order to serve at hU post place In the dark room in the leave one worn pair of levl's snap football and to all football I
? iI iI I ir I, Annette Padgett being of aa advisor to our Chess Club. hopes that she won't get which I wear 4 days out of players", August.I &to2
I feeble mind and etrong body I, Renee Moore, being of caught as many ,times as I every week In hopes that he ..nrnay'If'nae, taking of e''
/ rr do hereby leave all juniors In sound mind and body do (leaveto did; to Sheryl Ward, I leave will wear them proudlyVatch suppressed mind and deteriorating i I .
3 r BUS.., especially Elizabeth any junior, dear ole Mr. my ability not to get caughtfor out for my dog Steve. body do hereby leave ray'', nnr;
Thomas and Janice Padgett Costello In. hopes that they get everything else; and to any I, Connie Thornton, do hero- seat on the Gold Star Kiddle J : ;:
who love to giggle In Study along with him as well as I junior who wants it, I leave by leave the VOE classes to Row to any junior who( oan g
Hall In hopes that they may did. I also leave to any junior my place in the Green Pit any junior girls who attemptto equal my record. And, to Mad- I
have joy and happiness always. the art of skipping clashes; I, Wendy Hill, being of free tackle them. ran Duck and Mary Jean Dees
I, Janet Brown do hereby one art which I have never mind and self-sufficient body I, Donald Salazar. being of I leave Mrs Haney. To UinnnalAdkinson
leave the ,bench beside the been able to perfect. with no unjust features, da( questionable mind and body, I leave Mr: Stewart. I
horns economics; room to all I, Ramona Hurrell being of hereby leave to Rita Mcng my endow to any who wish It, the I, Loraine Alvarez:, being of I
.+ my Lawtey friends. mentally sound mind and uncertain ability to tear down tho curtains use of the BHS band; for evil mind, and very sound )I
r I, Frank Tolford, leave this body, do hereby leave In the USO not once: but booking and rates, see me. I body, do hereby leave to Linda, ,
s tTr wonderful school In hopes thatI to Bobby Jo Parrlsh the 7-mllo twice and neither pay tor nor also leave to any junior ,who Sandra and Debbie Allan I
I will leave by its ethics and cut-off in hopes!'! that she may replace them In the hopes wants!! this privilege, my chairIn and the Creek and Clay, pita. I i iI 11
moral code the rest of my life. get even more use out of It. To she'll do as well as I did.I Mr- Stewart's fun physics I I I also leave to my cousin my I
I leave Mr. Stewart to anybody Janet Louise Rakes I leave my David Z. Grlffls, of noisy class bedroom' and my bottle collection I ..
who can stand him.I Uttle brown BB gun In hopes mind and body do leave BHS I, Charles Michael Dcvrlok, and I suru hope 'he'' adds. tiWi
1i Build 01-ni bad reel Jearlean Johnson leave to that she may shoot out that gladly. To Matthew Packham, being of feeble mind and lary \
r s the students and faculty of :500-watt spotlight above her I leave the town of Keystone body, leave Mrs. Bumba nnj
etwLI if f bib pried'iir" BHS a smite I've been saving front door. To Sue Douglas Heights In hopes that he'll the Drama Club to Mike Jack
I leave her all the luck she have as much fun as I dl> .
for that
when I
Look Into the glorious day
pot idle drums! get out of here.I. needs with her many loves. I To all underclassmen I leave son.I, Jeanetto Griffin, leave all BET WISRES
future) and met Also my front seat In the you old BHS and I do moan our many senior privileges to
Cynthia Sherman, being of
vary challenge. Brooker bomb !the juniors and hope you enjoy 1967 '
elevated mind (due to the old.I
Wst'ra countingon Kentucky Fried educational standards of BHS high) I, Robert Franklin Edward, Patsy Clemons, being of them. Ha-ha. 'L 11
you. ? and generous heart (a natural being of sound mind and physIcally sound mind and short body I, Danny Starling being a ( )
Chicken"It's asset) do hereby submit sound body, do hereby do hereby leave good ole BHS senior of 67, leave to Mr V
last will and testament. my To leave to any junior the chanceto with pleasure. To anybody, I Adams, Miss Koumjlan, one of -
Finger Llckin'Good" ask Mrs. Zaleskel what she leave the ability to gel away rrrg -
The BrandingIron each member of Mrs Bumba's4th his favorite admirers In hope v
class I eats for breakfast Nulls?, In with, all tho things I got away that they can work things out :
period speech
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Restaurant tally Brenda Jones, I leave urec-an our swinging math IV class with and never get caught for between them And I leave to : .
Charlie Braswell
I leave Donna Green, the title doing them. Roger Padgett- any girl who .
Individually, cellophane
367 N. Temple Ave. Owner Manager ped "blackberry." This wrap-token of Moose In hopes she has. just I, Thomas A. Lyon, being of can handle him while Linda
_ as much fun with it as I did, i
will brind fond remcmborance :somewhat sound mind and had already graduated. I also
I and to Randy Jones I leave body, do leave to any undeserving leave to the electronics class
the key to the State Farm bus junior the wonder and all they think they can, get N I II
I, Shirley Christensen, beingof mystery of Mrs. Herring's 4th away with II I I
3L967fl an unstable emotional state, period class To any other junior I, Harry M Hatcher III, No.
THE DOOR TO do will to Bobby LApp my I leave the wonderful mystery 12, being of sound mind and c
ability to drag Into class after of being a senior Though huge massive physical fea-

g the second bell and always lt Is the best year by far It tures, and of goat origin, do ., 1 1lr
YOUR FUTUREMay think of a good excuse tor )it. Is the last. I would also leave hereby leave my goof hoofs to
I would also like to will to a ride with Robert Soto but anybody who Is worthy of t 1 ..
Glenda Starling, a motto my he will soon be departing intoa claiming them. I also leave my l With ability Learn more-
notorious friends and I have strange new area of his life i surfer brown locks to Coacn ....
used. this year: What a web About
science. ,. nature and
we do weave, when we practice /

to deceive. I people including .yourself.
I, Linda Sue Edwards beingof I
sound mind and body
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htlre-I Good() Luck.
by leave to I'atsy
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ci the great memories of Bus & The weyyou'v.done Start That, Grad, Off On.'The Right 1 Foot
:3 I and the kids that ruled NO'I you'll reach
With 'An Insured Savings Account
Go State Farmers To .
the top and more 1
I Shiner, I leave the ability to : Ut

sake ere i iI iI ,not be late get for sent class to detention every day halt-and I Don't look back! '" I aoma day, u Savings' and Loan

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To Roger, I leave our steps '
ise in hopes he can make it next The road ahead is not A. R. JOHNSON
I year by himself. I ,1 a: : r rd t' A*>sociatfon,,ofStarke
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f I, Linda Ricks, being or for stumbling and we Johnson, Farm. Supply, SIS N.'Temple\ Ave.

'batim! I sound mind and Halt-able bodydo ,., .
yoi hereby write my last will know you wont.. I .
COj and testament. To all of my -
Yon are n important sad
underclassmen, Best of luck !in
j worthwhile you'll need it in Mr. Jacobsen's
persus It b. one PAD cia SR. I also leave ti>

4 Wi think 38 tool of many leadingto Danny Rhoden, all my Informal
hangouts for Saturday nights.

your I, Bonnie Graudon, being uf I
cherishedBradford goal I unsound mind and body do I,
i hereby leave my unusual abil- Feaea.A ,
I ity to lose my contact lens In rI
k Community State Bankof the strangest places, such a,): iJ -i ;: r

basketball games, the beach .
Starke County trash cans and the bathroom
drain, to Joyce Denmark. Have
: Starke Florida Abstract Co. fun tearing the sink apart I I t
I also leave my official Spanish 6 Ii IiA

--- -- name "Snooky to Mary Sue .. ."",", .-<.. I
Thomas, and I hope she doesnt I *
J get as embarrassed as I did.I i

. Joseph Tyson Reese, beingof .1
sound mind and body do
hereby leave to Mr. Shiner a
'4 pair of socks which I very seldom Hurst Shell ServiceCarl
wore, and to the varsity
footbnll players of '08, all the
long, hot, ''tlrcHomc. monotonous I
fatiguing days of summer Hurst
practice. I alao leave to Sherry
S. & Sit. 100 Starke Fla.CRADMTIOflLTIME .
:McRae! and Plen Gnann the U. 301 ,
litttle red bench that You
Know Who and I used so often -
and a pair of shoestrings for
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We Wish You Much Success With Your Future Plans, #
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Time Congratulations'Time -
Whether They Be College, Career, or Military Service.

Jump the lances and
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We Invite You To Continue To Shop With. Us In The I inch the horizii's iJji. BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONTom
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Future, As You and Your Parents Have So Generously > "Well Done. Casey, Superintendent
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Done In The Past. \> ; Vice-chairman
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,vvvvvvuvvvuvyyvv,,, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilkinson and file the original with UiClerk S No. IVftcrlptlon Amount of Taxes) No. Description Amount of Taxes, NI Description Amount of Taxes

and baby, of Kingsley Lake. or of.before the above Juno atylod\; 111, Courton 1907otherwUe : of land S T R A Owner and Cost of land 8 T K A Owner and Costs of tend S "B A Owner find Costs

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Raul- a Judgment may bu .

." LAWTEY erson spent the weekend with onteretl BMralnet. you for the rollet S.,10-Lot* 1 A: 2 Of 8013-Com at NW 8588-B] 84 Ft of
demanded. In the Complaintor Ulk 14 A Lot 1 Of Cor of SWVi of Lot 1 of Elk H Kx:
their son. Marklee and family petition Hlk 19 In N Reno. NW 4 run E H3K1 'S 10 Ft B 84 Ft ... .
By Enza Blanchard In Monticello. Witness my hand and the neal. SID A O Jenltln. 7.04 for POB- ETa', 8 of Lot Between.

ot said Court at loll"..ke, Florida SStf-Lot, 1 of Bile 132' W 72'', N 182'fur Pike B II10 in N
Rev. Glen Lawho: pastorof this 16th nf 19H7.CMAHUES J Jones Add Juanlta W Farnsworth
;, cluy May, "
......A A.AA..A..A.. 16 In N Reno SID Ida. May Tyson 3.78 roB) 21 ( tl Cecil E Leach 24.603022Lot
A. IJAItBT AlClttric :
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Northslde Church is attending r> $ ? 14vrf )
3 of Btk
uf tStiltt C.'ourt) 2S21-!x>t T of FlkId ) 8838W Ft of
Church Act .'it- the Southern Baptist By Virginia F. DnrbyA In N Reno. SID Maria Jones 2.76 3 of White Acres Lot 8 45 58'VI' 68' I't .
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Grace Metht : Sunday' Convention in Miami this Deputy I'lc-rk 2B22-Lots S. 4 of e ". S/D )'rrg. W Winkler 632M o-f Nii of x.otI

School 9'J5 a. m, Woi hip 11 week. (Seal of Circuit Court) Bile: it Iii N JUno 8080-W Id Ft of E ot Blk 1* In Tern-
6/18 4t 6/8 SID tlQFtofLotI .' Add .A D.. 21."
pies 3 "
a. m nn.l 8 p. m.. Choi' practice Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starlingand ( Frances Jenkins'!! 4.93: A 8 of Hilt 17 In "'- ..
26U--I..ot. 5, (II I otIt 8704--fat 8 of
7:30: Wednesday followed Owen viblted!. Mrs. Star- I'N THI3 CIRCl'IT COVRT OF Ik 19 In N npno one Town ofSUtrke V Knl.ht 39.26 In tuwlln;) Su0'a

by Seniors MYF. ling's brother Earl Denmark FLOR1PA KICJHTH JUDICIALCIliUUIT. BID Sarah F Jenkln ..92 "', ., 1, Dlv M DowlK B.70
IN:I AN1\ FOIt MltAD- 3120 Lot 8 of Blk '. '
2527-Lot 9 ot Ulk 8707-Lota 6 A 7 of
Members of Church
the And family in Miami over the l KORD) I COUNTY i : 25 In OrlgTown T' "
for fABH NO. 88JA.UOS 20 In N Reno SIT Rally P William 81.0 Minnie Blk 2 In Dowlla
farewell
gave a dinner weekend.Mr. of atarks H QuIgUr 11.94 ;J 80452V
BID BowlIng
: 2B53-Lot f. 4
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Rev. and Mrs. Bailey at the and Mrs. Bryant Red- Plalntltt.v. nik 1 In (InliitBnn 3120-B'/i of Lot 1 8708-nik 3 El 1

church after services Funday- dish were weekend vMtors of -- -- S/D Ex R/W' Willie Plttmnn J,. 8.04 A 1t't:6: : 3'1 In 5, 7 Orlir, of -.. Lot In NW Cor a. S ..- ..

They will leave!: this week to their eon Ray Reddish and BETTY LKI5 DEMMXJN8.ljr : : 2563-Lot 5, 22 of Bile Town ivf StarkA l 1001 N & S by
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live in their home leceiiUy family In Miami. ()'I'itIl!ntlunt.Ml- !stir l )o'OltItl I'/D In Oahiiftan. .1 Ex' ,R/W Shell- Oil., c.- 18.18 Bowling s/p .. >farl.,u p Lone ,.. J.pO

purchased in Tampa.Mr. \ Ollt ..] 2RM! rot Robert C Lea 11.94 1158-Com on 8Slda .. 3739-Lots 5. 0, 7 .*
8 of Bile 1
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TO: BETTY L.UM UKMMOXS: : of Cull St SofIiik4inJGAlvarel
and Mrs. Edwn! Starling BRtDFORDCLAYREALTORS You are hereby notlfiud that In O ah ft ran SIT/ where It Int H Add William C Johnson" 40.80

visited Mr. Etarlirm'n I TO .:\IEET a romplnlnt for divorce han been wSl /TlofBHcI Robert Lee 4.93 Side of Court Ht 376)-t>ot !. 4, 8,r 8 i .w. .i J.*
riled uvalnHt you and you aruruiiulicid run E 98 814Ft & Fraol LoU A B >.MM*..I *.
brother-in-law and sister, Mr.and The Bradford-Clay County to nerve a copy of your In Gnhnjran BID! for A POB then *, t ..',,,.,..." of Blk 85 In ;J M
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Mrs. Doug Scott in ; inHwur or pltndlnff to Ole complaint Ex R/W Aaron :Holler 2II.U run H 83 Ft.I} ..> ,",,,vr>" 5 '. > J iP!>> .. Annette L ',I'lIck.r
Gainesville Board of Realtors will meet at on the .....Intltf... attorney, 2607-Lot 8 of Bile 2014( Ft.: N 63 Ft ? Adll. Stewart .....

Sunday. 7:30: p. m. Thursday June 1 1. tulph L. Tliomue, 671 KlngrnlpyA 2 In aahairan 8/D Levy Lennon 2.762500Lot W 20'4 Ft to-POn 2S (
First Baptist: Sunday, School at the Garden Restaurant. M. A\ Orange' Park, Klorliln I I : 18 A Sat 3188-1 Lot being" ,. *>w .> ,t'' <..,.
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10am. 8 Training ..12073 unit! rile the urlRlnaliinnwer % that Port Lying _'
p. m., S
and// of hutS a> De o DB PIT < >u. 110 It tl '
Union 7 Midweek services -I M Smith Jr.. executive secre- of r..I k'dl .11'h hCc'i ttitu; 1 'In luhtt" S of Hilt\ 81 inOrig 358 A fix E80'In **.
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tary of the Florida: Heal Estate of tlio I ", w. iuor.. ia.7 Town of City Park S/D C' Bat
Wednesday 8 p. m c-oiirt. DruJford Coun ty. Florida, 2B2S- Port of Htnrke Ex N 165'BndE&Sby |; cIa Mr. Mary Powell
Commission. and Frank A. nn UI' Ix.fur" the. 1 IIIl h day "t N 000' on Ei SIde L. ".11
Church of God Sunday ,. pp
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Wilkinson general counsel of June 1907. If you full to do HO,. on W RR W t. '
:1,11I:6; : ... .. by Thomp. 382 -Jl-Com' at :NHCdr
School 10 Worship 11 > '
a. m. default will be taken -
judgment by NWH of mon St' A Deso. In
the Commission: will be honored BE 14 at'OO'
a. m. and 7:30: p in.. YPE nit a I nut you for the. relief de- BW4! E of Or Rd or Bk 16-186 'J L Andrew 161 NHI14'; .0.1* run W
guests and speakers. All tuft uiiI I In thn coin|>lulntUt I. being tha., B I
1250tt ( 22 IS Aaron Holley. 19.88
Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Prayer 3214-Co-m at SB) S IS', W 50'
>:NI3 AM:: > OHDEKBD atItnrke. .
members and associate mem- 2642-1 Lot In '
NW14 x Cor of Call A t.It. roe
: then :1145 0 '11.4
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meeting Friday. 7:30: p m. /, Klo-rldu I ihla 44Ut day of p
bers. with their guests, are of May 11167.l'hHrl..H SWU Corn at Orange Sts &: run S 160'. 'W 50',
Highland Baptist: Sunday NW Cor, of SWU run % Ft .. N 100' E 50' to
to attend. A. Dnrliv or Fl6ll ? .
urged .T. "
School 9:45: a. m.. Worship 11 CI.KHK: OF THE CIRCUIT of SWM & run Non a W 128 FOB .. . 29 8 II 3 W Alvarei. 40.603833A.i3uug
8VSec 740 Ft Ft to St then Nto 15'V

a m.. and 7:30: p. m Choir By COURT: Beulah M. Moody E (100 Ft fr POB .. Beg 21 (8 I 21 M..... B J Dowlina"; 61.93 *: 1 U' N of SBCor
practice 7:30 m- Prayer A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH then S 100 Ft 13IOF'tNIOOy't& '
: p. Jipputy Clerk 3218. -Com! at. NR' of "WJ4 ofNMA
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'Meeting Wednesday 7:30.: The brings! results.INVITATION RALPH 3... THOMAS: W 50 Ft ior or oradlso-n A '-5--. 5pa -V
to rOD 23 ( S3 1 Tucker. Kt Al 8.9.8 'e'
Attorney for Plaintiff Charity Orange !Ht' A run H, N 60', 100
revival- -- -- rlose--' Sunday.- after ------- <1171 KlnMTcley Avenue. 2645-Beg|!! at Tom 13 74 Ft N 105. .' .. Ft, S .60', H 100' to .. r
a good week. with dinner on Orange I'ark, Florida HnllIt/, In Nat Ft W 90 Ft to St 4 Beg 29 6 22 J Qprdon W|'...rE 7.1|

the grounds. There was a large TO BID' 6/25 4tp 615In William. 8/D run then S to Beg Ex 3909-.Lot 5 of Blk I

WYSTATR 13 on Cooper. Or u ., R/W 38 8 S3 Mary Bessent. 46.70 In Butler Crt "'/D >ro...r Th9ipp\>> .'1. 1
attendance each evening and 200', S to Peterson ; .
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PlTRCJTASt.VO Tne Court Of The Cnuntr St 100' .'j ''t 3222-Lots 3, 4 of 3911-1 Lot being
especially on Sunday.Mrs. ('O5tMU44INTAT.T.AIf44IF: : d.......... Hradf.us5. County- Florida,. Peterson,St thenon W Blk I 1 Ex R t In 84: N A: S by 110'13&WBndMby

Richard Carter, Den / FLORIDA In frvbat. :. J D Jones Add R A Green. Jr. Kt Al 81.74 ."1Lot .... ....
100'
N 100' to POB26I2 .
txirTptVffl 22. 6.31
Compel tIve //-Icnle.1 llldn will 23 Tom &LI.sI.: Hall (
In : of DORA L. .
ru: Katat .. ... 8227-Com at NW 1. a by Lot I,
Scout (
Brownie
Mother for .. -
tho !State Lot 9
hy I'lirrhaHlnB- o-f Blk
L.TNaoN .
1'ARKKR (formerly DOHA Car of Call. & Bay W by Lot 4 In Silt
Troup 135 entertained the (rVumnlanion I until 10'Mfl: AMKDT. : .. :\ : ) Ueceaiwd.T 1 nf Nat Williams St., run N 218 58 1 Cutler Crt S/D ,j ,Itlo"m& It: '7)i9a) !i>> 41.64

members at her home on Mir- ..of on Hill-plus(Into, propPrty..Itinp hown .for thnnle i All Creditors and Person SID Jon Harmon 8..3828110Lot.7 Ft. W ll3Vi 'Ft 9910-W 100' 04 Lot

Hiivlnn, Clamp Or Demands A 10 of for POB run N 2 ot Blk 12 In ..
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or Lake last Saturday. They 12. 1IHI7 Pine Gum Bile 2
AKn.lnnt Said Eatate: Nat Williams 9431
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P'il'! 1318 nk. conditions unit .npcrlflGRtlrinn Oankni! Add Lot
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81i"lf8 j'BElY
and ton and ",u'h of arehereby SID
spent the day swimming may:, hp obtain* trllltl you Maybelle. H Roberts 6.48 155.77 Ft, Bolnw 100' K fc W
enjoyed a weIner roa.it. Mrs. the. Stnto, r'ur.-hiiHlnK CommlHnlon notified claim and rnfiulred deniand to 20111-Lots 19 & 23 Ft 155 Ft to by 210 N ft 88SBH Joaeph N Leclalr ruo

Carter was assisted by three Tim 112 William D. Dlox preaimt which you.any or .either and of you, of Ilk 2 In Nat ,'.. *** 88' |3 W J Studstlll 73.86 _W'4 of I..ot 8

George' ham, litilldlnir, Tnllnhnam-e, ],'101'- may have airalnat the estate of William. S/D Willie Mott Walker 8.04 33-10-Com at NB Ilk 12 Ga.kln. .
: of the mothers Mrs.
., Ida. ollA L. l-'AUKEll < f<>rni,'rly 2I1M-T..t 2U In Stilt Cor of Broadway Add Mf" N B Itoal'r n.<
Shuford.. Mrs. Floyd Futch. Al J. DnyExutitIv 2 of Nat Wllllama M
DORA( L. MUNHON) dcoeaned, t06cr'Ft.mru 4120ACom at Pt
nircftor SID 52'4 ,4 *.. !| .-*:itt > .. .
and Mrs. Millard Jorian. Into of said County at Htiirko W V Handorsoni' 3.86 } /
n/2.1 2t 0/1 Florida within nix calendar 2B70-Lot 2$ of Blk Ft, S 105 Ft. W Line r1U..T.d. 81, hit
celebratedhis
Eugene Starling "ninnthn from the. time of the 3 In Nat Williams 02(3( Ft to POB 38 6 ?fa Roman M Alvarei 51.58 E: R/W Line Alton /

birthday with a family r>r TTIF rincuiT roi'nr OF first publication of thlu notice. SID Levy Lennon 22.08 8261-Com at Tnter '. Rd, S 62K: !: 4 0' '

dinner last Sunday His mo THE EIGhTh JUDICIAl CIIl- Each claim or demand ahall be 2677-Com At SW of Nly Bndry ofCrt&BBndry Par a lt/W'L.in. .
'culT DP PIjntllI IN AND In writing:, and Hhall .elate the Cor of NW4 of !/ mot<'lld Ht 150', Par

ther. Mrs. Daisy Starling FOR ;JIRADPOIID COUNTY. place. of residence" and pout of- SWtt A: run E 2 on of Chtn. St run .. B R/W Alton ltdtoSRWotEu .' .'

made the'pretty cake for the JOHN FRANKI.tX 'V] ,\VEH. Clue addre. of the claimant *4 Sec Line 7UO Nly 190' for FOR I..v ..
occasion. Those taking part Plalntll'f and, Bhall be aworn to by the Ft for POB. then E 100'( N 75', W cud /St., W on S
'aLOTUTTA claimant, hi. agent hip attorney N BOO Ft. R 100 100'. S 75' to Beg it 6 J3 Esther Walker R/W oj' Euclid 0t:
In this. beside his mother NOnnECK: WEAVERPofpnilant and any Much claim or, demand 8 W Banders 53.94 to POB4165 150 Brlnnon. ')V Vavare. 8.31

'Were Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Sapp .. not BO filed ahall be ...'.Id. fotI t to Irota 22 6 22 Mary Lennon 8.30 8387-1 Lot Approx. -Bfg 25.04''l'ot '
MfTK B OF1 "CUlT a/Albert IS. Morrl"AI.BIin'r
141 Ft W A Wby 140' S <>f NW
and son Mr. and Mrs. Rudy TO: IX)HKTTA; NOnitECKWISAVKU : H. MORRIS, A* executor 2680-Boir at SW 105 Ft N & S of SK'4' oKSEM,

Higginbotham :and children, nf the Lad Will\ and Testament Cor of N\V" of Bounded E by Ry cont S oo Ht Itg /\'\(
c-/i," :MR.*. FRANCES of r>O It A I.. (MUNSON) SWVt A run B .
and Mr. Mrs. J. C. HIg- N bytiuncan Land 'f" 1 'I ffi r, N .. -
and KORUTCCK2X31 : t'TtI by Ennls A 8 to
glnbotham and family. C 8lre..tPhllndelpbllL.. First publication :May 18. 1907. BOO Ft for POE N .. .
Penim. 200 Ft B BO Ft. by Mlddleton 28 6 23 ;Mrs. N N Norton 13.008296Lot FOB A B trw Of
5/18 4t 6/8 I ,
Mrs. Jayce Futch ana Mrs. YOU AKH HEHKHY NOTIFIED H 200 Ft to '4 SAO 1, 4 of IoIt. It 8 81 Th ron. Bqyer! 10(4

Selma Eunice visited Cad Pre- THAT an ac-tlon for dlvhrcn Line W along; K Elk B In L T 4166-Bcir Z504'' Bof
has been filed against you In the Court cot the Countylitilice. Her Lire 60 Ft to Cos 8/D Ex R/W NW Cor "tSE'4
vatt In the University Medical Iirni ford County, FI..rliJM ,Paul Hankerson 8.383302,1.ot.
und you are requlrod to servea POH U. 22 Levy Lennon 9.122639ACom 1 A 3 of '__ of flliJ'4 run
.
Center last Sunday.Mr. copy of your wrlttun In I'rftltnte.In at SW Blk 7 In L T A 8 on TO R/W of St ._ ..

and Mrs. George I.. If any to It on Thorun rn: KxtHte of 'or of W< LIJCILK SHAFFER MITCHELL '
Jr. for ,. Mack Lane 134.84* to W Line '
Shuford and his mother Mrs. nddrena Attorney Is Uradford d"tonO'8'j Docenned.. '4 of' SWVi, HI 8320-Lot 8, 4 of *c* 7.05.. of SEtt of Silk 'ot ". .
39.4IS to. Old. nil.
John Shuford were visiting ('onrt T-tmixe dtnrlre' To having All Creditors Claim or and Demand.Portions N 118 75'', E l 520.B51 Cos Blk S/D 13 In L T A W on Line 111.61'; -

Jim Shuford at Alachua General -I Against Said Estate: to I'OB ront FJ 332S Lut Metta Harmon I.8Metta to POll '29 f .12 0 W Davl. n.n

Hospital last Sunday HAMIViONDORGAN YCIII and .each of you are 100':, 8 9.1.76 W -' 2 of Blk '.p" 4170-Reg 28.04'1}
L T A
hereby notified and required to 100'. N 93.75 tO> "rj'n Co. 45410': SofNW
''Where he is confined with a Car ot SB'4 OfSEtt _... ..... .
,v STUDIOFactory present any claim and demand POD 22 6 21 Moae Covlnston 8.52 Harmon a.7' T r "_"tI.. j .. .
broken leg f Jim is the son of which you, or ejther "f you. 26!>6-Cam. at 1JW ...... 3321-W 83' of Lots _..," ._ /. B '7.ir, S '< :" .
a & 4 of 75. W 88.08' N -1It-f: vJ -"
may have against the ornate of Cor of Blk It J-
8WV4 .
:Mr. and Mrs. Sid Shuford of 11") ,. ;
Allthorl7H LITr-ILK( SITAFFKR' :MITCHELL SWM A run ofM $$4 In L T A: Co. SID 75' to Her 29 ( II Owe RAlTar... Jr. tS.lf
.
Starke. II locuaHud.. lato of said County 1329 Carrie Coleman. 1.79 422-J .
Hammond Organ 520 Ft for a POB -B 88 Ft of -Com at SW.
to: the County Judge of Bradford then Lot Cor t>( NE14 of
Visiting the Earl Padgett Sirie & Service run !a II 100 Ft 4of13lkI .
County, Florida at his 1160 Ft N 100( Ft &EgOFt of Lot ..... SEW run N 400' .
family] on Sunday were Mr. Learn toO play thm, easy way office In the court houan of W DO Ft to POB 33 ( 23 Mid State Homes. S&4of33iklOIn -.- to POll Ely 848' .

Padgett's brother and: sister 110 N. W. 10th Ave. said County at Starko ."Florida Inc 21.9 L T Cos BID toPtlOO'Nof U
within six calendar months from Mack Coleman. Jr.
Sao Line N 99.5'to
In-law Mr. and' Mrs. Broward I J697--Com at NW
: Oalneavllle Shopping Center the time of the tint publicationof 3330 ".t. 24.24Ellsb < E W Hayes ..
-Lot .
Cor of 2
children of Cleveland Each claim SW14 of of Blk '
Padgett and:! this notice. or 17 8/D Wely 837' to-
A N
mand, shall be i In wiltIng and SW&runSl6OFt I : B' of Lot 4 Soc Line
Ohio. % M
(
for A Port B1k17&520'of
hall atate the place. of roaldenpe. .
Mr. and Mrs. John Morris 4-... and pot ufflt-e. address of the then run H 200 FtSIOFtW200I.'t: Lot 4 Elk 18 in 13.8' POB '2' II 14..1' rwigtQ0
t.Raleigh. 'It : L Urlffln 1050
of her claimant, and shall b" sworn toby T &: Co'* SID
were Sunday visitor .th
l4:1 Olvens 9.34
rovanceto'M'n > the claimant her agent her N BO Ft to POB 3331-A-N 30' of W 4212-Com at BE'

parents Mr. and Mrs. H. E. ......,C' "",'coo"' attorney. and any such claim Ex R/W 32 (6 I 21 Cox T.92 V5 of Lot 1 & W'4 Cor of NEfe, N 44
010''''''''' _....... .
Priest. Mr. Morris is stationed ON" 'IO ,..".... or demaud not so filed shall be 2(199( -Com at NW oJ of Lot 2 of Blk dtirmes W 5*.03'
,
p at Fort Stewart Ga. ..:... Qu.. '. ..... .1Oa. void. Cor of SWW of 18 In L T A Go's for TOO N 44 decrees u .
1N 01 ANO OUItOt S/L ?("IL1'1 :M. CREWS NWV A run S 210 W 871.1ft to
Mr. and Mrs. Marklce Starling =- L17CIL13 MITCIIKLLCRE'WSas : Ft. R 100 Ft for S/D Aaron II Holler '.18 Hwy R/W. NEly .

of Kingsley Lake attendee d EXECUTRIX of the Last A POll, run 8 100 3383-N 80 Ft of on R/W 72.8I'1:
Will and TeH'nment of Ft, 13! 259 Ft, N Lot 4 nf Blk 18 B< 311.5'. ft S21.85.
Grace Methodist Church and Better humps.. Furniture Co. LTJCfLEJ SH FFER MIT- 100 Ft W 2B9 Ft In L T A Co. to Beg Ex R/W 83 6 33 D It Thomas 186.AS

visited with friends Sunday. 1200 S. Edgewood Ave. CHKLU deci-. ....ed to FOB 22 8 2] Llnnle Tyson Et: Al 9.48 BID Jake GrIffIn' 18.88 4243-Lots 5 thru

Miss Elizabeth Terry visited JlIl'k80n'Ule Florida. 32203 Flr.t publication May B/11 18.4t 19A7.61NOTICE 2700.-Com At NWrni ... .. :1345-Blks! 33 A:_ 26 -, _.... W 10 of ilai.-Bile: !I lUD8 In U; .- .
> nf atiru nt In Li T & Cos S/D .JftTflUWiitI
Mrs.\ C. E. Strickland' In -
SW'4 A: run 8 si6 j Randolph LII E"A" of Magnolia J

Gainesville from Monday to Ft K 360Ft for 3347-R HO1 of Lot 3 St All Ex R/W D L Thoraa 13.3'

Wednesday. ';Notice Is hereby given that the following described lands A Pon then. run of Blk 27 In L T 4285-SE'i of NE<4 .

Visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. L. will be sold at public auction at 12:00: o'clock noon, on the N 100 Ft B 110 Ft A Cos BID A T,Paul 4080 of 8W14 Bx R/W .' ,
S' 100 Ft W 110 A Ex> Par Des, ia
Wilkinson over the weekendwere 2nd day of June A.D. 1967 at the City Hall City of Starke Ft to POD at 3 S3tt Marie. Jones. 3354-Lota 3. 4 of or Bk 2J-2S1 ., 32 6 S3 10 Victoria McFaahlon .13
Blk 28 In L. T,
County of Bradford State of Florida to pay the amount due c/o Jesala Randolph 8.8S'
4279
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wilkinson A Co. BID A T Paul 15.06$355E4 -NWU of NW
with all 2704-Com nt NW 11. !4 of its % Ex Par
Jr. and children, Mr. for taxes herein set opposite the name, together & of Blk 29
Cor of SW4 of Sold< A: Ex Lot
and Mrs. Jerry Wilkinson and costs of such sale and advertlB g. !'I\V'4' & run 13 810 .... .." In L '1'Cas S/D M E Robert. 28.10' Drab or UK 20 PBT

fnmllv of Jacksonville, and Ft. 3 110 Ft for 3358-W % of Slit 549 A Ex: R/W AEx
No. Dmicrlptlon! Amount of Taxes POB run W 60 29 of L T A Co. Par Deso or f.

of fcind S T K A Owner and Cowts Ft. 8 100 Ft. B BOFt SID M E: Robert. 10.13 Bk 23 281Bk
N 100 Ft to 8367-S 50 Ft of 28 281. ; 13 |, 23 4 Victoria McFasMon"
POB t 23 H L II.U 11.6*
STARKE 2324-Lot S In Green Hartler Lot 4 of Bile 33
Acres. Annex. Thomas I Mersnreau 67.88 2717-S 8A of 1':% In L. T. & Co. S/D Frank L William 4298-NE'4' of NT*,

2355-Com at SBror of :-IF.' % of SW'4 let Al 5.53 Vi of SB 44 Ex ParSold
of SW Vi Ex Lot Ex R/W AEx
of SEtf of .
3375-Lot. 1 4 ot .
,
BUSINESS NW>4 A run W In SB: Cor 100' N Bile 37 In 1. Par Deao orBit 10'
A S 50' B' & T. A 22 38(
894 Ft r160 Ft by Cos Pg U' S3 4 Bertha Oreenentco
K 107Ft N 325 W 13 6 S3 3 'Annie Randolph 7.BO SID A 0 Jenkins 41.96 J ,a.le Brown J84

P'tE O7FtSIOS 2718-1 Lot In !S19' 3378-Lot* 6. 3 of 4303-Com at NB

DIRECTORYAUTO Ft to POB Ex W Corofn&4ofNl' *! _. Elk 87 & All Blk Cor of NWH of
r
228' 21 ( 29 a 0 S Bradley. 1111'.. VI of $W'4 being" 88 Ex Lots 3 A 4 PEW run w 430

Eat 84.26 100' N A S by .iO' In L T A Cop SID A 0 Jenkins 29.30 Ft. S 315 Ft for

2377-Conn 420 Ft N B & W 11..1 Mid State Homes I 3378-B-Lots I and POB. W 54 Ft S
REPAIRS from SU Cnr of '.18 2 of Blk 40 In L A 105 Ft. B 39 Ft toW
B"t;t ., ..' T COlt R/W of Rd 300
8W<4 o-f SWVi 2720-R DA of BID Carrie Small 4.20 .
run W 115 Ft N of Sl-m' Of sw'/J 3379-Lot 8. 4 of N Along"; W R/W I

BO Ft E lit Ft S of SWU t 33 6 IS 3 C'A.' Crum 4.142829ACern Blk 40 trn L. T. A 163.4 Ft, W 116
50 Ft to POB 21 ( 21 Josephine Elleraon >.1( at NB C... SID. Ft to POD 83 S IS K Li Anne flUmes\ 134
Earl's Lilly A
GarageALL Lonnle Jackson
2380-Lot 1, 2 of Elk Cor of NEU of Hicks I 4391-W 300 of N'at

KINDS OF 2 In Sunny Acre. NWVi run Wly 1.; .'. c/o- Lllll A: Sam Hicks 6.13 SE'4' of NE'l I .I If ."

BID Samuel. Welch 8.82 330') to Foil, coOt ,. I 331-Lot. 3, 3 of -, .- Ex R/W& Ex'
,
AfTTO REPAIR WORK: 23R9-Lot 10 of Blk W 97', 3114 8' 13 Bile 41 la I* T. Par In NW Cor
697'. N 804.8 to Co. ISO' Sq SS I S3 H L Hartley. fU
AU Work Guaranteed 2 In Sunny Acres SID Mae Frances. Jenkins 39.83
Phone 94-7003: S/D Carrie Welch 998 FOB 27 8 81 t Wallace. L Kuhn 98.18 33SD-B 00 Ft of .3tf-2.4-Lot Blk 4 2 of I "
South Gate
2394-Lot 2 A S BUt 3950-W 8/4 of'NWVi Lot 1 of Slit 44
So. Walnut, Starke :3 In Sunny Acres I of SW'4 ExPresent In L T 4: Cos SID A 0 Jenkins 2.98 R.plat Arthur B Patray 4'.18
.02Oatewar Manor 4403-A-Lots 12 13
R, D Ethel Young- 24 OlD and Ex HI 880 '0: a g, .. w I.. .. 339J-NH of Blk'. 4< of Blk 4 In South

2123.A--IW- of fJofN &ExU '" r In L T 01: 'Co. BID Mae Frances. Jenkln 51.12 Gate Replat Ex Bli
.
UTO SERVICE ttllc2S:I ol Rg2 190.81' on S 27 6 21 34 Mrs. W A Beas.nt 3402-Lot* 3 of Blk I )' of Lot 13 of .

W&Nn4gBlk 2SofIte8W;, Eat "' .82 f8 In L, T 'A Co. I Elk 4 Albert A Longchamp,

2852-Lots 'and 3 SID' Sallle Jr. 11.")
William 23.46
of Mill
'Gilbert Bro..n5&a.odard Temples 01:1t' .
S.
B/D 21 t 23 Industrie of Blk 1 : : 3 'S .w .. 8464-Lot 11 of Slit 4408-Lot (t\I of Blk ,

: Inej 51666 of Ulk 3 In lies- 18 In 1. 1'..A Co.. I 5 of South Gate
OO Service !Station! : r. > I
8447-A-Besr 9V N" sent. Manor Unit 1 W A Benent. .. E.t. 25.80 Add ,? S Bill Klondes 28.70 liD I I. Merrell D.e. It."

ATLAS of SW rr.r of NR"t 2928-- Lot being 34SJ-WM of tots. I, 4123$ -Begat NW .
TIRES & BATTERIES of SVISi 100', I 128.B Ft N A 8 by 2 of Block 34 being ." Cor of 8WU of

Budget Terms Road Service :N 100', \V 100', SI 80 Ft B A W Ly 65 Ft K A W NKH A: run S
100'I to Delr 21 1 22 Johnnie CoTlnuton 2814Jennlng hug A being in. by 100 Ft N A 9 180.14'. E 36t.80',
--. > N 59.41' to W .
Phone 904-7071 KM Cor of WVS of R/W -
In L T Cos .
2150-A-Com at Shinr Ad4 Ernest W Allen
nf St Rd
NW NWly
4 of SE'4 of on
407 N. Temple Starke <- of NW'" of Et Al T4.96 W R/W 134.47'
NE',4: 38 toN
SK'4' W 855' for < 32- Madle. Williams. '.20 |43D-Lot. 18, 14 *- Line of Wof\ -. V PS 'a .
IouV 100', N IIU-U-W'i of SBVi of RIll: 34 In L. T. NB (,. W 803.81' t. Il -
HURST'SSII 21 dpar" 11 141', of SEVi of NBVi A: Cos Add toPOB
Lester
M loo', a 21 d*. Ex E 90'r r 28 8 22 4 Percy Sullivan 33.88 3532-.-Lot 6 '01: T of J Prevatt 79.40 33 8 23 Plnehurat Motor
Court 81.48
"rauY 1111 to 3990-Blk A I Loton Blk- 1 In Dart A 4428-1-A. Dun <' .
1-OU 21 t 22 C Gardner B.16UICom S Side being I a*
Trikby Add Heir 840' B'I of
NWCor
Service StationGas ; Luther W Jackson 46.26
> 320) Ft E! W by .
: I nt Oil <
of !
3549 8 NE 4 of
7H Kt ofLotSEaSlOlet
m.7 Ft N s .
Oils Lubrication 'or of NK'/i:' of ft onW : NW%. S 255' to
SIL.(.*. by 84 7 FtN&SnnESIde
SWH run W A Lot 10 of BileJt&LandWof: Canal, J! 171', N ,
Goodyear Tire & Batteries 80S.2' to POB W'U.4S' .V\ 265'W 17V to

ROAD SERVICE Nly 110', in Blandlntr BID Raymond W'Ihomp.os Same. to 81 In N .1 BeaA. N 157.42' of "
Ely 46.4'. Sly101.S' T3.81 Jones Add S fi17' of NE'4 of
301 and 100 Starke to POB inW 3890!-From Pt of I Cleon U "'
Bowling41.Q4 NW'.
83 f |S f Le."'J. Kit ....'
A of nik 6 a lat of S Line Sea 3567-1 Lot on W 450}-NE!:' of NWU
METAL WORK of R2 W Temp 28 with W Line of Hide of Walnut !St; Fx 4A In NW
S/D 21 (
249 Com S Line Nly A Ionic Rd D In N J Jones. N of .
Co Or Rd
THOMPSONSheet Cntr St of Tun 886.97 Ft tf> POH Add A N 40' of Sf''n |5 lfr" w BtaM-at E.t;'

pi.... SIT at lilt Wly 304 Ft, Nly Lot 1 A All Lot c/o Mfs Minnief50SRrDlv

Metal WorksAll with K R/W o-f 229.28 Ft F.ly t. A: Nil' of Lot '. II! Bessent 8.-,.
64.81 I't Ely 4 Blk D N J Jones
Sly 1110 Int
RR run In W S A of
Ft POEt Clint Along; A. Rd of A Add R A Green. Jr. 91.58 N'of' NWW of
Types lletaWork\ Sly 210 Ft Ely Curve 94.10> Ft to 3560-E US Ft Of S NW'4
210 Ft, Nly 210 8t Rd. Sly Along 10Ft of Lot 1 A Drayton. CoU., .. .
Heat & Air Cond. Ft. Wly to POB 21 6 Jt A T Paul 11.16( Rd 248.03/"ft to E 146 Ft of Lot 3

Systems Installed 2503-Lot 1 thru *\ FOR Ex 38 6 S3 Annette L Tucker 119.84 A B 148 Ft of N 8FtofLnto(161k MERRILL: EDWARDS

2999-Lt 10 of Blk t .. Tax Collector .
at lllk 10 In N
Rd. 16 E. Ph. 964-5723 Reno S/D inlye. Best of Dowlina; Park E In N J Junes City of 8tarlt Florida

v- anus llluhtower 11.71 SID 0 D Kertey Est. S.14 Add Mealy 1, Proctor t." 6-11 4t
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I LAST WILL AND TESTAMENTFrom Class Favorites SELLS J, M REGISTERED Edwards Jr., recently ANGC! .fJ1 "\ ,..

soli: ten registered Angus cow Conratul, f Read ft *Load IM*
to E. S. Oustafson of Green: ,'

[ prececdlng Page able body do hereby leave in) I 1 "Second to None". Wo also I Colors--Yellow/ and White Cove Springs. I: 1 ,I IR w Your'Clear a bid* f
''
,
ca'
lucky number 22 and bbis- loavo our famous goat \
it into the state meet next cults to SandapuiTraiwldc! 1 I which accounted for 2 StitChampionships. i Flower Yellow/ Rose' BUYS ItEGtSTEltENGUS part In our
I almost ,had 'I J. Letter of Brooke. 'A
year as to do also leave my ability .') learn We leave Clarence world today.
To Buddy Trawick, I leave one to Harvey Griff and Shermar Roy our talent, klll and abl I1. "Walk With Faith In YourHeart" recently purchased an Abcr.
Song -
beat up alirm\ cluck, so he car: Armstrong j ity to form next year's goat n-AnKUs bull from Arthu ,

make it to practice on time, tc society. To 'back up our title I W. Schulz.: also of Biouker \,.
I, Shirley Fuquay leave i'
starting blight and early Aug Miss Tanner one last rerauell-t i "Second to None", we chal +( aASS
ust 15th.I lenge< any ether group to i a "
that she voice tI'i '
uses my GooLuck
John Crevi..4, being at singing Instead< of hers. contest to prove our title. Tour Motto--God grant me the serenity THE!: RIGHT POINT for tVnay v \, \
Bound mind and\ body whet coach, goat Adkinson, w. you write. Come In and OF
I, Genie Strickland, being:: ot
entering and] half mangled leave the fond memories or elect you favorite ESTER
when leaving, leave the algebra ,sound mind and body, do here our strength, power, and eren to accept the things" I cannot BROOK ountlp pen.' TELl:. 8'' 1967
by leave to any Junior Uu
students a brand new edition Lion I1KAPII. \\
ability to get caught a* everything the I ,
things
of the teachers guide book tc you do. I change, to change
help through Mrs.[ Qaid ,
you floe
Vinyl
I, Dale Crosby, being ol I know the Adjustable .fD MAY YOUR
class.I .
ners sound mind and body do leave Class can, and wisdom to fovrrs. All sizes 30 cents cuit SUCCESS
David Biscuits Gout Shan The Telegraph.YOU'VE .
Bradford with joy ]I
great ::ONTINOE.s .
being of sound mind and
non, difference.
leave my calculus book tc> -- rI
Jackie Bennett To Paul Mr-! Prophecy

WIDERHoRiZaNS Leod, Bruce Jackson and Tharon .
T van ..-. v.r TV;* for W.A.P.I.: .
Tawn I leave O'Neil Levi Sam McCi'thln Is now Rra' -

To next year's Seniors 1 ''eave Continued( F1'om Page 71 ford County Dog catcher V Yippee...

mv desk In Humanities I hope Edwards!: What did I Hear looks like ho hay trnnf to th Read It "Loud and n
.
Mrs[ Simpson can talk you tc AHHHH Rebel Sharry LI'>bbi dogs, Robert Grlffls is new Clear i Hooray... /k :
,
sleep as easily as she did me. editor of the Bradford Tele-
is till talking about her boy :
;
To next year's basketball l Your'* a big
It's BIO but friend Linda Urlggs Is stll graph. T\ Three Hears...
team, I leave the challenge to
Mama at Kingsley Lake, John Fledman now owns part In our ... 5i
Big
It's YOURS I IC Ic win over 2(1( games and NOT __ ."', <' or i
to be second In the regional Linda Lee Is still wearing; Gofer farm DwlKht "I world today. for the graduates.
mini-skirt8 and dating; an ol< till works at Wino Dixie
tournament. To the stud arts
man Connie Klrchaine'i hal Carlos Moss, who owns Mo.'" BuildersHardware
of BHS I leave the agony of
is now black. Carolyn Fat'ik Moss farm has made a million I EARNED &
taking semester exams. To the
J.
ner, Linda Alvarea and 'Jal: growing moss. Austin. CLASS
baseball team I leave a challenge Edwnd"l YOUR CHANCEClass Lawsons Mkt. I
,
and
Boatwright now run a to'mnj; Is now owner i SupplyD
to have
a winning sea
l lI
Lake Strickland's Landing.. Bobby Gro.
service at
Fancher I leave Sampson I I
son. To Pete ,
:
L Charles Hlnaon and Lawrence I White is now working st Of of '67 I & W Auto
I a carrot. I leave with gnat Meng are competing for Smith Reynolds, and Hill And Cold Storage Starke 66 Service

I joy the wonderful meals ot world champion chess playerOur tllej. Architectural Co. in Jackson I I Supply, Inc.
I the BHS cafeteria' To 1larySue I vile )967 i J'hone 961-7059! Hill Edwards
class turned out dome,
Thomas I leave Spanish! St.
and Mrs Wall. To Ray Smith I 1 I athletes. Wayne MeLeod: I Is: Larry Harper haa finally I 216 E. Washington! I I

leave a bottle of sun tan lo now seen working out with the been drnfted .end James Mo \ i Starke, Fla..: '

tlon. Finally, I leave BHS Baltimore Colts Sandy Sander Crary Is driving a Jeep through iI 1
Y overjoyed, seldom looking back, son Is now manager of the the tall elephant grass In Vietnam I I +v

We, the Brooker seniors, Ra- Dodgers Jerome Pelham Is: Francis Van Pelt has 1 I
mona Harrell and Dottle Krt- now playing for the Hflrlen Mnrled his revolt to take over
\
ley, do hereby leave to Janr-t I Globe Trotters Loralne Alva! the world, but Mrs Hciilnsr 1I.

: I4it ; Louise Rakes, the Colorado, rez Is now representing: th. still believes that he's impud v

Kid I U.S In the Olympic wrest:ti ent.We The Future
We the Goats Roger,, match while on the fide. she I 18 find that Jimmy WItre I.

Randy, r olton, Harry, Wayne, big mama in the cafeteria! :.tr.1 I Gerald Sl'cox are still sun- ... '.C; in yourhands I.I
Randy, Ken and David and Gary Mcrtue is now representIng bra at B.H.S. Ray Craven anfRoger I

Goat: Queen Jayne, wlios" the U.S. In the Olympics. Grlffls are still wearIng

names are mentioned In whispers We find Sammy Eunice hoi sun glasses. And Jearlean I

throughout all creation, lust released his new book or Johnson and Patricia Palm nrr
and who are all Ultra Super "How to gain Friends and: Influence still fltu Immortal beings, leave the people". He also U Is stUl driving his red V."'. ] llrat1

challenge: to all where to become head barber in Lawtey.. Mack Sandra HUlop is assisting Mr<. Charley E. Johns H. C. Wall, Inc.

Williams JewelryStarke as wise and as powerful RObinson IK now playing Mr Holiday and Mrs. Simpson. We ,

rulers aa! we. We rule not only Spock on Star Trek. Rand;' find Beverly Leverson Is Mill Agency 421 \V. Madison St Sa ui uia
BHS, but the whole universe. Padgett la now a member ol ] roaming the halls at BHS. 1 \a

Fla. Our small opposition cornea Early Padgett and the Play Here comes: Eleanor Gillfia It Phone 981-5070( Starke, .Fla.YOU'RE ,
,
from the puny State Fanners. boys Ivan McCullum lit now her falcon' 131 S. Walnut St. \

I Our title has been acclaimed star on the Road Run.netaeries. As we look towards Lawteywe StajJte Fl I
and ,
Melanie Bradley
find
Ken Scott has now join- II
i ed up with Hank Williams, Jr, ;I Beth Scoggins are still\ headIng I
'
I LaVon Collins Is lead slngei ) the Water Dept
I with the Billy Graham Crusade We flncj that Melton McKinney I
i BEST WISHESAnd Is our new school board I II
Jayne Hardy Is how the new

R 1 And good luck.Here's ,i Dodge Rebellion girl CSerrl member And Bonnie Karen Thomas Wise" I (I l""tf 00I r4 y I
Mooty U now making Mu'boro I Jane Smith, and I
you'llcontinue !I
hoping while .eed.re of tomorrow
for jobs fa
are still looking
commercials she nay I I Reach out- There are more
to do welll that any place in Marlbon Roger Grllfis and Kenneth There's pUnty' of
Sellers are now building cars 1 Ji.T rewarding experiences ahead
country Genie Strickland la I elbow room for you
.1 a model for Lady's HomeJournal. : for Daytona: 500.
Barbara Johnson just t Joe Kauffman is still a nice : for lasting attitudes.
>T
burned down the Jacksonville boy.John
Crews is still trytrg to .
Coliseum In her flame twirling 1967GllBAI
debut Annette Padgett< and pass Mrs Mclntoph's test.
Clara Sellers are now staring Jimmy Wlere has finally struggled -
u I In ,the Password Game. i in. to Santa Fe Jr. Collate v \IID
but he's still missing classes, B Woodburn'sGem
Some of the class has madeit : ,
WELL DONE Linda Wilson haan.'t: mule; it
to Washington. Jenette Grlf-
through school yet and I ay I
fie is now a secretary to tho OUR JewelryStarke
1 .. of Starke
Ronald Rhoden 1 1a still rant:: ? City
President John King Is now
Lag the halls of B.H.S. I FINEST Flu.;
,
CLASS interpreter at the United Na

tlons. Ruby Pre sely, Alice exchange We find student that our Aldo foreign Zolaya I GOOD LUCK. Natural Gas Department J
Proctor, Linda Ruls, Connie -
1 1ii's
back to his home In
OF'67Think Thornton Rita Rowe, Fannie has Paraguay gone with happy memories I I / I -j
Mae Wheeler are secretaries )I
1I of his life in the United\.
In the United Nations.
'States!! and at Bradford High I
Beverly Crawford now be your
School.Ae I
I I longs to Gene Pass. Elalno we close our prophecy wa 1 CONGRATULATIONSi !

{Smith Is still going with under hope everyone has enjij'od : DAY

I clasxmen Genelle Prevatt, looking Into the future to see t
big! We wish Linda DeVore, Janloe Lang, what It holds for them. These We've been. with you, i .

Sandra Magyarl and Laura things may not come true. but I we're with you today x, 1967
the happy things Cowan made to the Q. of
you finally It In 10 years from now the class and will be all the way

really wvnderful altar, Lee Darby Is now In the of 198T will come together I "QO. .i-....- ., -. .._....*......._
la, Marines for reasons beyondour I again and look back I
Y'S
'future brings. knowledge.We years and see what has become !

now return to some of their prophesy To each senor -I
Home AppliancesPhone more politics, Paul Kauffman we wish the best m everything
I and Marshall Beam are now they do. J. E. Hardy Auto

Volley L. Starling DO.I-7311; city cops in Keystone. David I J. R. KELLY Sales

:355:> N. Temple Ave. Shannon has just been elected I ItlGIli 1nr the: -2 t
Fla. chief of police over Ronnie I THE POD
Starke, Fla. Starke, Newman. We've beard Ronnie the way you write. Come In Tax Collector 1320 N. Temple Ave. I

la now living In Las Vegas, and select your favorite/ F3- Starke, Fla. I

Head Joint Chief of Staff TERBROOK fountain pen.

James Brown Goodwin III is TELEGRAPH I. _
now leading the State Farm -

i G 7 regents In a revolt! for Independence 9 :
agaln'xt the Goats I

Judi Alkire is now running EVERY iii yrb
the Chamber of Commerce

Buddy Garbet and Carolyn ,2] [ :

Starling are now co owne.aof SUCCESS!
ss the 301 Drive In. Duane

Jordan. now runs a filling station T
1 .is ....
and still practices ..turdles .. your

on the side. Randy JoynerIs

now leading producer o
goat milk in Lake Butler,

Randy Harley is now directorf I
I ( Beauty Rest Mattress Co
I
Loraine Alvarez Is now big M

nama at B.II.8 cafeteria and .
B.x ,
nfiSumc under her management I.i c
I
II I Brenda Clark Gloria MrKlnley 'vie r

I Linda Edwards! .".1 1 Judy
: :t' e Grlftl and Linda RlcawGreg I j.
'

I age'I' of Reddish Eagloj!: la Uep now*. Store m.in- I ., 1 1I S t' 4

Was I Eddie Holiday Stancil Inn Restaurant in now. ;mad and of ;' c ,

qTa. reason Savage heal the I I I"Scl1ool's
8. Would you believe? rooms. Frank Totford is utill

dp i ij workingat Keystone Beach I \ out" but you're
and! I -
You are an important J when he's not driving errand .
In t an old T-BIrd Brenda WIl- Build on the bedrocV I

j_ worthwhile person. I llama now owns her own jewelry \\-o"! with_. us. Best_Wishes.' ; ;
store. Oral Tanner Stanley of high principle
We think !
\ so too
:) I Vest, Wayne Wynn, Richard I
McCarthy: are now leading not idle dreams. Explore I
O .47
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lechnnlc at Indianapolis.enton !.
i I The world you live I In Is .
> DeV e is now leading
I bouncer at Keystone. Ju-ki BILL POWELL designed for your better understanding. ,

amptell! Is now manufactur- Blast Wishes.


.Winkler Electric, Inc. 'ruce frown's in&, IBM is station.new machinery.proprietor Harry Hitchr Edtli ot. Nationwide INSURANCE Agency Bradford Furniture Corp. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHTIIL'RSDAY.


I er I a truck driver for Refiner 401 W. Madison St.
234 'N. Temple A\e. : OIL Wayne Prevatt b thetire' Starke Fla. Loyrce CocoiiUe
'* ''Starke, Fla. filler-upper for Philllpn .

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STARRR. FLOKirM THURSDAY. .11'NK,: I I. 1IM17
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Annual DCT-CBE BreakfastLocal


Proposed Severance Tax Could Be U BIN RE-MOOAL .

j4e H [) Dear Mr. Matthews: employers and their prise system Novak said The

Costly To Bradford's EconomyA Unfortunately when we are !(Bradford High student trainees worker and the employer
fast losing our right to choose had their annual break- when voluntarily agreeing to
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for ourselves, here comes a referendum fast at the Holiday Inn Wed- an employment arrangement
bill now before the Senate a "pet bill" of Senator J. Eory .. : that would give the nesday morning. May 24. both expect to profit he said

Finance and Taxation Committeein (Red) Cross of Gainesville, who .. -'t', Staike City Council the pero- Speaker for the occasion was Businesses participating in

Tallahassee has more than has introduced it at every Legis- : gatlve to appoint and dismiss Bradford County Chamber of the DCT-OBE!: program and
passing! interest for Bradford lative session in recent years. The j [hire and fire) both the Chief Commerce Executive Secretary the student trainees are WP-
1 \ of Police and the City Clerk. Peter J. Novak who used XE!: Radio Station. Duffy Soto.
County( indeed, it could possibly Senate bill would place the tax, on
Someone may say "What bit America's private enterprise Tommy Lyons; Vlckery's Garage -
have detrimental ef- minerals (including phosphate), 't
a very to you" since you do not live
system as a topic. The students Oral Tanner; Cltno Serv-
fect on the economy of our area. sand, gravel, cement products! F'1 In the boundaries of the city. are members of the BHS DIversified ice Station Dwight Her.sey.

The measure is Senate Bill No. etc. Another severance tax mea- That Ii Is quite correct! Cooperative Trainingand Waters Grocery Danny Waters

10 which would levy a so-called sure, originating in the House, However think folks of this Cooperative Business Edu- and Wilbur Waters: Bradford

"severance/ tax" of five per cent goes even further, however, and one indisputable fact: calon program. County Telegraph. Charlie
of the gross sales value "at themines" includes forest products. 1. 'L4p' Every time we lose our rightof Novak told the group how Griff; Brown's Service Station -
choice at the ballot box, we Flori
has stabilized
Industry Eddie Cruce and James
all solid minerals of those
on removed Perhaps one objective
are losing our right to "throw da's economy "forming a tripod Orlffls: Hurst's Shell Service
from the soil and waters who advocate a severance tax is > a out the rascals" or reward along with agriculture and Dennis Roark and James Nettles

of Florida. to provide funds for the recla- those who are doing a good tourism to provide a solid ; McCarthy's: Garage. RI-

This, of course, would affect mation of land that has been 1 Job In any office be it national. foundation for future growth." chard McCarthy; Jordan's Garage -

the ilmenite ore now being minedat "mined-out" in these various state or local. To the local economy. Novak' Duane Jordon; Slade

Highland and Trail Ridge by operations. The Senate bill pro- Sincerely! said each 100 new manufac- Oas. Kenny Brantley: Winn-
Walter II. Lee turing Jobs mean 359 more DIxie. Darrel Crawford,, Scotty .-
the DuPont Company and vides that 25 per cent of the
thereby hangs a tale It is a matter amount collected will be returnedto people. 100 more household's, Rhoden and Don fluffGay's
91 more school children. $220.- Home Appliance,
of vital importance to some the county ii| which the mining yi1 t. 000 more bank deposits 65 Glenn lUcks: Food Fair, Jerry

300 employees of the company, operation is located for use in more people employed In non- Chitty; Thonl Truck Stop William -

and their families\\ and of almost reclamation work. The other 75 manufacturing jobs!!, three new Gault: Patrick's Produce

equal importance to the entire per cent would go into the general ti- businesses, and, $710.000 more Farm. Bobby Patrick: Rhoden

county.It revenue fund of the State. Y personal Income each year. Texaco Service Carlos Moss
w'O ? Novak also discussed the ridge Starke Elementary
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seems that the DuPont.Company Reclamation of the land is a holding It
"profit motive up ridge; Starle Elementary
has already stockpiled some laudable objective, and it is true as an honorable goal despitethe ; School Linda" Alvarez; Dr

135,000 long tons of ilmenite ore that some mining operations have fact that "profits, profit- Flossie Jennings! Beverly

at the two local plants during the been lax in this department, leav- making and profit makers all Crawford: Farmer Market

past year and a half because of ing veritable deserts in their # wifl c it have taken quite a verbal beat- Buyers, Lee Darby: First Presbyterian -

economic conditions. The plain wake. This certainly is not true F Ing." The man who Improves Church Bernl e Orlffls -

fact is that higher grade ore can of the DuPont operations here, his skill or works harder and ; Bradford High School Office -
thereby gets better Is. Orlffls De-
a wage Judy : Civil
lIe purchased at a lower > price however. The company has gone .._: oa1 f fNy the speaker said regarded as fense Pat Morgan; Western

from mines in Australia! ; but the to considerable expense in reclaiming = Imbued with a noble aspira- Union. Ruth Nelson; Madison

I DuPont Company would like to its mined-over land, and tion. But the man who acquires Street Baptist Church, Rita

I continue its domestic production has met with success in replanting Lynn Hamilton a few dollars, sets up a :Rowe: Attorney One Shaw

as long as it is economically feas- the areas in cooperation with a business enterprise' to earn a Oenle Strickland: fiouthslde

ible. It is certainly to the best the State Armory Board. .r-ti i Y ANCHOR NEEDED profit, may be viewed as motivated Elementary: School Linda
WHEN BOATING by a. lower, or even an Stilckland and Food Fair,
interest of Bradford County- thatit Senate Bill No. 10 is now in A Matter of Opinion Regardless of the size of the evil motive. Linda Wilson.

continue to do so. committee, and unless it is reported boat an anchor can be a "Just how the wage motivecan Following the breakfast the

The company's operations here out with some recommendationsoon mighty handy piece of equip- Induce a man or woman to students and co-ordlnators

mean more than $6,000,000 annually it will be placed backon FARMER'SWent DIARYhope ment to have aboard. Thereare take a job unless the profit spent the remainder of the day

to the economy of, the.arta.This ; the Senate calendar.We several types available and motive first creates the job is at Strickland's Landing at
includes more' than' $2,000- each has its advantages and a question left dangling in discussions Kingsley Lake-
feel that this matter is of
over to the State it l >rMVt Include the
< < disadvantages. Before choos- of the private enter-
000 paid out in salaries'tp employ*
sufficient importance to this and Farm and saw the Flower campaign against mosquitoes- ing an anchor or hook as It Is
eea ; $1,850,000; for goods and adjoining counties for citizens to Show, and once again the class sometimes called, consider tho

services' : and $'$2,200,000 In. railroad let Senator Cross and members of in. horticulture there put on a 4 ( This Is the season for fresh size of the boat and the kind

1 transportatfoti 'charges. (Figr the Finance and Taxation Com- beautiful display of flowers garden vegetables and we've of bojtom'you most often en-

urea are for 1066.) mittee know how they feel aboutit. and plants. Each year the show /seen some pretty patches: of counter. A marine dealer can NEWS And NOTES ,

It is easy to nee what any cut- draws an increasing number tomatoes, and get hungry for offer recommendations.No .
of visitors and no wonder, them when we remember how matter what type you
back in the company's productionif ; For Today's HomemakersBy 'j'
Members of the Committee
are: for it is one of the best In this good they are when vine-rip have, be sure to have It made
it became necessarywouldmean Sen. Ben Hill Griffin, chairman, part of the state. ened. We've noticed that tomato up with the line secured to It

to our economy. with members: Mathews, Askew, growers now stake up the ready to use when you aro Martha Sue McCain

The DuPont Cbmpany is already Bafalis, Boyd, Gibson, Henderson While there, we were told vines, and know that the extra cruising or making long runs. County Extension

paying a 66-cent per gross Knopke Lane, Weissenborn, that a group of flower lovers effort pays off with a better A short stockless anchor might Home Economics Agent

ton royalty to the State Armory Young, Broxson, Clayton, El rod, were Impressed with the well- By Sam McCarvey yield. serve the purpose or one of ..

Board, from whom the miningsite Fincher, Ott, Poston, Shevin, mannered and friendly Inmates the many lightweight patented """" -n.
is leased, and the proposedfive ) Slade and Stone. who were on. duty to an- funds may be curtailed and We won't even mention how hooks? .some!. of which hold r. a
tax-would ; w.i> questions on the exhibits. good !sweet! corn Is, when bro- ''better than others In different JUNK: PUONTIFUIJS While you are in,, the, moodto
per cent severance Time is of the and i if that will be bad news as with
essence, The persons! were quite con- ken trash from the garden. If kinds of bottom. The June list of plentiful make orangemkers: makeas
add another $1. 8 per ton to their you feel as wedo that this vinced that the inmates were the coming of showery you do know there's no reasonto Anotherconsideration, according foods includes eggs, orange many as can be' conveniently -

cost, which could easily mean the new tax would be a serious eco- good fellows at heart and that weather we can expect hordesof remind you for you might to* the Evlnrude Boat- juice, potatoes, dry beans, beef, stored. An orange suckerIs

difference between meeting or nomic blow to Bradford and its they could have done nothing the pests to plague us. It is raid a neighbor's pntch and Ing News Service, Is the safe milk, and dairy products. a nutiltlous appetizer dessert

\ yielding to competition from the neighboring counties,. now is the really bad. On pressing the conceded that small counties get in trouble. And If ycu don't ratio of length of anchor line Now, while oranges are or between-mcal. l treat for

rich ilemnite fields of Aus- time to let the Senators know point, they were assured bv a may lose some fringe" benefits know. well what you don't to depth of water. In mod- plentiful, why not try this children.
tralia. how feel about man with a straight face that,, If proposed cuts! in state know won't hurt you. erate weather this ratio Is tested recipe. For a strongeror
it.
1 The severance tux legislation is you the cause of the Inmates down-" ,f funds are approved, but we normally six-to-one. In other lighter orange flavor Increase Carp's Observes
fall was smoking. words., if you anchor in ten or decrease the proportion -
feet of water, sixty feet of line of grated peel to suit individual 49th Birthday

Actually we have an idea Six-Week\ Educational ExperimentTo is the proper scope, althoughif taste. It you use With Big SaleIn
I What your boat is light and thereIs frozen orange Juice concen-
Arc We Waiting For? that the Inmates arc on guardat neither breeze nor current trate, be sure and dilute it
the show to( keep the dear 1918 opened lie
Carp's :
old ladles from pilfering small Start June half that would do for a short following directions on the can. first retail store in Ml- Vernon -
19 At Bradford
High The delicate flavor of these
Why should people! living within Adequate subdivision control time. A six-to-one ratio how-
j plants or snipping off a rutting muffins la relished at meal- 111. Now, 40 years later and
the city limits be concerned laws on a countywide basis set here and there. We know at ever, is better for overnight time or at tea time. still owned by the same family -
if the boat Is to
with countywide zoning and sub- the rules for large residentialareas. least one woman who confesses A new srhool' protect entitled and Jockel and Charles Francis anchoring unattended.or OKANOK': Mt'FPINS' !it has grown to a chain of

division control laws? Then both the developerand that the flight of a prize plant "Atoutvl the WorH In ThirtyDays" will administer the pro- be Hero left are a few good thing One-half Clip coarsely grated 65 stores.

One very important reason is the new property owner know brings out the larceny In her( will be launched: June 19 gram. Supervisors:; Lucille Pay- to remember when anchoring: orange rind, Va; cup sugar The fourth generation of

that many "city dweller;: have their individual rights and obli- soul and we imagine that to run/ for six weks: Purposeof > ne and L>. II. Olbson will assist examine the anchor first and 1/4 cup water, 4 tablespoon Carp's are now In the business -

hopes of someday\ building that gations. others are bothered by the the program! Is to compare: In providing materials, be sure that the line is attached salad oil, 1 cup orange Juice, with the founders grandson -
same temptation. the rate of achievement at- equipment and the evaluation. and that the 1 egg', well-beaten, 2 cups ift- H. M. Carp, as president.Carp's .
"dream home" in the country. Zoning also has other properly
many tnlnrd, with the regular schoolschr''ule. Three teacher aids will per- secured to the e Without countywide zoning ,laws, "fringe benefits." One of these is Alice had a luncheon party Sixty slii'lrnts' from form clerical tasks and assist other end:!' is have to play powder, Ya teaspoon salt ,1/4 Illinois. Missouri, Kansas,
boat don't
such families might invest their the requirement that a permit be for some friends from St. AUJustlne (grades 4. 5, and B for the with the supervised recreation. shot-putter; you with the anchor teaspoon soda, 4 tablespoons Arkanas, Florida Alabama! ,

money in an expensive home anda obtained for new construction in as well as Edith FP-- school ear 1987-fifl will he Each student will pay a $3 fee just lower it alongside of the sugar Georgia, Mississippi, ard Lou-

few surrounding acres, only to the county. Tiis would enable our guson and Jessie Durban ani selected for the cxpcr" mental for consumable materials for boat; you should have the anchor Combine 1/2 cup sugar, water isiana.
find to their dismay that law enforcement officials to later they visited and t"nJoYI"1 cla.ss.Four. the 8-wrrk program. line coiled olear for run- and rind in a saucepan. Cook Carp's carries popular priced
cope the show. Alice was Impress 1' for five minutes, stirring clothing, hoes, fabrics, bed-
I livee: teacher in slowly
someone has purchased the land with the l-rarhrrn and\ Classes! will be conducted nintt. with no kinks or knots
ever-present gyp oper- by the exhibits partlcu.arly by Remove from heat; add ding, towels, curtains and
the of
altlrn will rorHi.ct the alr-condttloncd facilities:
In it never stand on or in the
next to them for operating a ators who hoodwink ;
unsuspecting the pink day )1111ert.V' .. clnsves which will eT.phaBizo Bradford County High School coil when letting the anchor salad oil. Add orange juice runs./ But almost more Important -
junkyard, a chicken farm, or property owners out of thousandsof social studies r rhlstoiy. geo- "A." Building A brochure uunopllratlon .: unless want to go with and beaten fgg. Sift flour than the quality and price
home! other commercial enterprise. dollars annually. At present, The rains last week! help! praphv oronomlc( and government forms will be dis- it go you baking powder, suit, soda and 1 story is the proud trulltion. of

Without proper zoning protection these fly-by-,ight builders can to ease the drought, and decreased I with the elements of tributed to all, students In 4 tablespoons sugar together.Add the friendly sOI1'1t; at all

the proud new homeowner come in, do their unsatisfactorywork the danger of woo's mathrmatlc.! ,, science, and grades 3. 4. and 5 (currently' orange mixture; stir just Carp's stores.
has no rec<,'irse under the law. and be on their way (with fires, but the water table Is laniruaie arts (EnxUshl< l In-. enrolled] during the week of School Drop-outs enough to moisten Ingredients By way of saying thinks to
still very low and it will take clulPd whenever and -vhereverepproplate. June 5. Enrollment Is volun- batter shroultl be lumpy. Fill all Its customers Carp's is
Of the 67 counties in Florida Eligible For Jobs
in
their and the
money pockets), manv more heavy showers to The cultural aspects tary. Although no grade pro- greased muffin pans two- celebrating its 43t\; 'oi-thday
28 have no zoning authority at law has no way of tracking them bring it .up to. its usual. level. : of art and mu lc relatedto motions will be awarded, pro- At Gold HeadBoys tlilrda full, handling the batter with a big money saving Anniversary

all. Thirty-two counties Cio have down, since a permit was not ob- the "stress area" of social gress reports to parents will be as little as possible. BAkeIn Sale June 1 through
countywide zoning, and the others tained, and often the property Over the past weekend we studies will be Include'! made periodically. from 18 to 21 years or hot oven, Ira: degrees, 20 June 10. Special values are advertised -

are in various stages of gettingit. owner does not even know their were pleased to see the large It has been noted drat; few Superintendent Tom Casey age who are high school drop- to 25: minutes. Serve while hut 'in this !issue; of The
number of drivers who responded outs. 'are eligible for Jobs in cut in half and toast under Telegraph
or
Bradford has had its enabling
address. If they had to obtain a of our students know very stated 'It's time that we
;to call for "lights on" asa t-e Neighborhood: Youtn Corpsat ) the broiler. Makes 16 muffins.
legislation for several years, butso building permit before starting of traffic much about their local l environment started evaluating some of our
of awareness
symbol Gold Head State Park K.MITY';; C.U.OKIKH
far nothing has been. put' into work, the law enforcement people hazards.:: At times you get the' State .of Florida 'sacred cows' In education Our The schedule! of f,pay. I* $1,23. For parties and for sweet School Art ShownAt
% the
the United Statm, or current school requires -
: program
effect. would;;at'least l have' some knowledge the Idea thai) all drivers are the world. Instructionwith per hour for '32 .hours ft week treats for children, do not WinnDixieArt
other countries of 180 days .or
Zoning !specifies that a certain :'tttftheir; : operation!. in 'case reckless bqt apparently they The Intensive study will at- class periods varying and ride can be; ''tirovlded serve empty calories .
be used for 'of.: thjubla',.later?, : are small If dangerous, minor from .Stark to"Keystone sweets that contain: calorie
piece of land can one, tempt -personalize" why from 35 to 55 minutes per sub work by children in the
two, or more uses. Subdivision The .ki'e-Jus.'Ka: ; few of the ity. : their families came-Iirre.Actltvtles / ject. It lit 1 Illogical to believe Heights stilt each -day'Those"whoare this fall will 'but lack essential nutrients. elementary school of Bradford
working suckers treat for
control, on the other hAnd' ,' 1 is: con- reasons! whjr'people' living within We have no Idea of the an- will be varied and that all subjects require the be required to attend school Orange youngsters and are J provide: a Vitamin County Is on exhibit at the

cerned mostly with new land the city limits should be concerned tecedents of our new puppy. will use the newest materials game amount of time for each two nights per week startingIn C which Is reeded daily. Wlnn-Dlxls Foed Store Xn

street widths, lot sizes, and with countywide zoning and Lonesome but Judging from and equipment available. In- student. If the new approach September. They will not be A suggestion la orange suckers Starke Plaza.
Is effective should be able This display is a samplingof
whether the subdivision has curbs subdivision control laws. It is his actions,., he is nothing but cluded among the activities we paid for this classroom work. which are nutritious, easy' and
to considerable amountof the current years work
Individualized save a
at will lIP claw work
an old "garbage" hound who are Interested to make and storo In homo
and sewers. hoped that the committee now Boys ,
play money through revising the art from all elementary
heart. Alice Is feeding him an study supervised flr-"
should contact Captain freezer
or refrigerator, ready
Both laws are needed. Proper studying our zoning act will makean approved diet, but thats not trips to local points of Interest entire school program where mann at Oold Head State for a treat anytime.To schools and -grades- -_.. .. will be In

zoning is designed to keep indus- early report and recommendmeans enough for him he dearly games, folk dances art, and feasible" W. ,f Cubb cluded.
trial sites and high density hous- of putting it to work for love to root around on the music project dramatizations, Park or PHet.ey make orange suckers, dilute A new dirpllrI Will'. be arranged -
., Box a 6 ounce can ol frozen ,
charts UH:! MOl TIIAPKIOHIIOUM Economic Agency, r': .
ing away from residential areas. the protection of all. trash heap and brings back and work with maps concentrate periodically< by Mrs.
INCKKAMK orange following
his prizes-! and deposits them and graphs 970. Starke, phone 9646696. can directions. Pour Into an; Dwight Severs-&.::t iy art Instructor

prominently. on. the.lawn- Students will be 8:30 expected a. m.to Traffic on U.S. 301 at a Ice cube tray that releases and the pubfc IB invited -
from :
report dally point 3.5/ miles north of Waldo( : T.IIFCKIPTS.:
student H.U.4[ cubes with little or no melting. to view ,the interesting
Each
through 1:30: p. m. -
The files" are
"yellow averaged 8,381 cars dally during > ''SHOW INCREASE
Freeze with the refrigeratoror
pR104 The Bradford County Telegraph around again buzzing and will be expected to bringa : March, according to figures freezer control set to "fast exhibit. :
ESTABLISHED 1879E. biting and they carry a real lunch which will be refrigerated released by the State Sates tax! collections In Bradford freeze." When cubes are part-

ep wallop.. Man told' us last week No transportation will be Road Department.. County showed a S.07 percent ly frozen, place a sucker click STORY HOIK
Publisher that of the pests talsed a. furnished. Parents are urgedto AT TIIK LIBRARY"Animals
and one
MATTHEWS Editor
L. for
Preference Northbound traffic averaged v increase April over or wooden skewer Into each
Muwu lump on his head as big as form car pools.
N 4.450.cars daily, an increaseof month In 1966. cube. Reset control to "normal" Are The FunniestPeople" ;
who the same April
_
0 4) Florida's Oldest Weekly Naw pop r Published ContlBoiuly half a dollar, and also said the will be given to students '
10.8 per cent over the same when freezing Is flniHhed. will theme for
be the
1011 Under The Same MM I*.d. flies are associated in some can attend the entire program 1967 collections totaled 122- .
J
tioN t way with the blackberry crop. without Interruptions. month in 1969- Southbound 328.61, as compared to $2t652,25 ,- Story Hour at the Public

Published each Thursday and entered as tweond Cigna Matter at the Post Offtoa We don't know about that, Teachers selected for the traffic averaged 3.931 vehicles for April 1966. solid When suckers are frozen Library thin afternoon Thurs
remove the cubes from
"Intensive Study" program include >
led but well agree that they can dally for an increase of 20 8. Union showed '5 day). 'Mn George Wtukler;
1879.
Act of March County
"' "Starke, Florid under make ycu alt up and take notice Foster Shi Smith Mrs. a the tray, place in a plastic
The total figures representedan cent decline for the and will be the storyttallan All
around. Edna Hart, William CHett and per same bag, seal with wrap
when they
Subscription in trade great 1 year, I .00; 6 monUu, f.J are. Increase of 17.3 pct cent around sealer 9 In.
Mrs. Phllomena.. Adklnson. Dr. month, and Clay County collections type or tie top children, 8 through are
'trade treat 1 veer $... G; 6 months, 93.84): of
Outnldo Jennings will supervise over 196:1.: 1.84 bag la a knot and quickly
And speaking of pests we Florence were off per cent- vited.BRADFORD ..
set that mosquito control the testing program. Rich- put suckers buck into freezer.




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I_ THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH




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KEYSTONE HILITES Hood Lee, Texas.Sutton is home for a Brigadier Miller -

two-week visit with hi, parents Speaks To Rotary NEWS NOTESBy I Clay County Garden Club

(Mr. and Mrs. Harold RepublicansPlan Of The Lakes
By Jim Fox Sutton, before reporting for: At Keystone Helen. Egan
Please Phone In Your Items 473-4143 his active duty overseas. DinnersA Installs OfficersThe
Mr. Brigadier Emil Miller, Executive -
and Mrs. John J. Sullivan -
of Nelson's Point, have Director of USO activities EASTERN STAR series of dinners with Garden Club of the

"rEEING"" OFF r 11i! F. Goetzman T. Whlaonant, returned from Kansas City' for Northeast Florida I According to its custom, the prominent speakers was an- lakes, held its installation of
On Thursday. May 25: the J. Andrews, K. Whlscnant, R. I<:an., where they attended the was guest speaker at the Keystone Heights OE3 Chapter nounced by the chalrrr.an of officers on Thursday. May 25
Jadlea of the ,Woman's Oolf Henderson and T. Smart. graduation of their son's fiancee Keystone Heights Rotary Club honored a "Special] Mo- the Republican Club of Clay at the Hotel Thomas in
:tXssocla-tion participated in a Chuck Whlaenant was the MIltS Joan Calovlcli. wh, luncheon last Friday. I ther" at Its regular meetingon County at a meeting, of the Gainesville. Arrangements of
''Blind 9" tournament, at the manager for the team, with completed her studies at St. Brigadier Miller is a Salva- Tuesday. May 2. This year Clay County Republican! Executive blue hydrangeas were used at
Keystone course After they Darrell Davis and Ronald Margaret's Nursing School. tion Army officer assigned to the chapter secretary !and past Committee in Green center pieces at the three tables -
.luvi completed the 18 holes of Andrews as coachea. IMrs. John Henneaay, of working with members of the Worthy Matron Beatrice Cove Springs last week. and tiny pots of blue
'polf, Fran Livingston selected All of the boys, who were Elizabeth N.JIs visiting with Armed Forces by the National: Schroeder was selected for the Harold Haglunj saUi: that ageratum marked each place
.nlua concealed chips (from a members of the tour LIttle her brother-in-law and sister Office of The Salvation ArmyIn honor. of being "Chapter Mo- the first dinner was j.lanned setting for the 20 :nombers
*jproup of 18) to determine League teams, should b" con- Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan ofNelllOn' New York City He has been ther A gift of flowers] of her far: June 23: at the Orange an:!:! seven guests.A .
"WhIch" holes would be used In gratulated for their fine performances Point. stationed in Jacksonville for chosen colors, accompaniedthe Park High School. Tickets may citation for the outstanding -
tallying the.ecore After the and most importantly FIRST COMMUNION: : AT 11 years and was cited by the proclamation. be obtained from any memberof work of the Keystone:
nine holes were selected, Vesta for their constant display I I WILLIAM'S Secretary of the Navy for his : All mothers were honored In the Executive Committee or i Heights High School Gardeners -
Alken had first low net, and of "good sportsmanship.! On Sunday morning, May work with Navy personnel In the salute given by Worthy Republican Club. was presented to Mrs.

Voncile Ketch was second- Mrs. Joyce Whisenant and 28, the following children received .the Jacksonville area. Clay County 4-H Club Council Patron Hector Ownbey, and An amendment to the by- Lena Clemens. director of the
Fran Chessington and Don Mi-s. Doris Head, managers of their First Holy Communion The speaker was introducedby Mrs. Marie White, a member laws was set up for its first group, which Is sponsored by
Shackleford are leading: I i.i the the concession stand, have at St. Williams Cath- D. T. Ryce, who piranged Installs New Officers of the Micanopy Chapter was reading which would set the the Garden Club of Th9 Lakes.

'Twilight Tournament, which la stated that the contributionsand olic Church: Omar Valldejull. the nrozram. presented a gift as the mother monthly meeting date on the Mrs. D. O. Foshec, District
being conducted on Friday tervioes rendered for the Martha Jane Schaeffer, Kathy Officers of the Clay County meeting, when plans were having the most. children. As- first Tuesday of each monthat Director, installed the following -
night, for six consecutive concession: stand W3re appre- O'Donoghue, Johnny Ash ol'; 4-H Club Council were elected I made for summer activitiesand sociate Conductress Jo Reed 7:30: p. m. in the Clay County officers for the new year:

'weeks. However, only the four elated. Profit from the concession Clifford Burke, and Bret Ban. corresponding secretary; and, and installed at a meeting on events leading up to the sang a vocal tribute to Mo- courthouse. Mrs. Albert] Bachmann, president -
best games will be used in de I stand, will be used for non. Father Edward Kirny Mrs. Fremont Tolles treasurer. I Saturday, May 6. new 4-H Club year f'tar ting thers. The next regular meeting : Mrs. R N. Sunderland,
terminlng- the winners. the improvement of the Little said the mass, Refreshments were served Pictured above are the new August 1.Edwin Mrs. Helen] Egan was givena will be held at 10 a. m. Saturday first vice president; Mrs. Dan
LITTLE LEAGUEALLSTAR League program. Following mass the ladies following the Installation cere- officers who will] begin their Baker of Lake Geneva special honor as being the June 3, at the office of Peter second vice l President:
GAME BACCALAUREATESKKVICES' of the Altar Society were hostesses monies. Mrs. Sara McDonaldand duties on August 1seated: [ was elected one of the two member who celebrated her the chairman Ralph Thomas. Mrs. William Warren secretary -
On Saturday night. May 27, for coffee and pastry' In Mrs John Bird served on .I left to right! Cathy Murdough delegates to attend the State Golden] Anniversary as 'an In Orange Park.in ; and Mrs. Emi'.y: Ison
Cunningham's Gulf 'had a- one OA Sunday evening, May 28, the recreation hall. A special the refreshment committee.AKTI.STS of Green Cove Springs/ President 4-H Congress In Gainesville Eastern Star on May 14. Wor- lreasurer.I .
run margin In .their defeat Baccalaureate Services for the table was prepared for the IMVITCD" : Faye Daniels, Green Plans for Summer Camp they Matron Geraldine] Jackson I I I Mrs. Bachman was present-
over the All-Stars with the I 27 graduating1 Seniors of Keystone first communicant TO IIISI'LAYOKK Cove Springs secretaij-treaa- were presented by Joyce Pet- I extended:: congratulations.Grand ] the operation of Cimp-O-j j I I ed the Piesideivt's Pin and
final score of 4 to 3. This was Height' High School The new air-conditioning The K.O.PKeystone On urer. Standing fl."] Bruce ty. An Indian theme will be I Instructor of District The Woods in the Adirondack :Mrs. Lonnie Stripling received

U moat assuredly a winning sea- were held in St. Willfam's!! system, which was Installed in I Parade Art and Crafts show Bar ron, Orange Park carried out for the wefk, and ,,8, Mrs. Virginia Smith wa Mountain- 'the Past President's Fin. Recognition
S eon,'for Cunninghams, as they Catholic Church. the church last week, 1 Is a which is being sponsored by Vice President; Cleveland] Ken- Individual cabins will present presented a Rift, and a solo Dr. and Mrs. Frederick I I was also given to
completed the season with 11 Following' the organ preludeby comfortable asset to the I the Keystone Woman's Club ny. Penney Farms Historian: skits and talent shown. Other salute by Jo Reed. Gaige were guest! of Mr. ana' straight wins. Mrs. (I. Hernandez, music church. will be held the week of June and Scott Lamalle. Keystone highlights will Include arts The social period that followed Mrs. Julius Hanson u they j v> t try Cooper. Mrs. R. P. Vogh
: The following boys were instructor of KHS, the invocation -' Mrs. Lill Swift of Forrest 29-July 6 Inclusive, in the Heights, Historian. and:! crafts, swimming, special was arranged by Chairman enjoyed the annual Halforv!! :Mrs. R. H. Schneberger, and
selected by 'the managers to was given by Thomas Hills, N.Y., is I visiting Mr. and buildIng on Lawrence formerly Twenty-nine club legates I interest classes in nature lore Jan! Bonner assisted by "ison' Flower Show on May i 1;I :Mrs. Ira T. Raye
participate in the All-Star I I Crutchflcld. and the KHS Mrs. Ed Dwyer of Clover Lane I occupied by Dr. Wells. and 4-H leaders attended this, safety. health, and citizenship. Anna James. Edythe Nichol 23. i I Hostesses for the luncheonwere
? game: M. Shultz, T. I Chorus sang "God of Our George Allen, son of Mrs. I All artists in the area, amateurs son. and Martha Tyre. : Mrs. Nettle Smith >is vJsIt- Mrs. Bachmann. 'Mrs.
_, _. .. ._ __
S P. (Martin Jim Fathers." Lena Clemens of Hillcrest, received << or professionals, are Invited -V H The next chapter ing In Clifton Vtf. her
: Forge ,
n; aIIUCUI to auena tne 11 :IIU au my frIends are burning up I meeting ;Pater. and Mrs! Edwin Dwyer.A .
: Tony t>avlfl. Terry Brann'n'l Dr. Albert C. Holt gave the injuries recently when to enter. There will oe a. m. service at Melrose also. Once again we have been will be held with a special: former! home, for severa. .
Hall, R. Paredes, J. :!\ I Ii address of "welcome, followed he (along with his company) a fee of /SOc for each p.cture Methodist with Rev. Steaurt Invaded by the horribls blind tribute far Fathers Day. weeks. I I

.Jby a prayer for peace, led oy was forced to jump from a hung. Plcttjres should be preaching both services. mlsqultos. I have ne/er seen FELLOWSHIP CLUB Mrs. Helen Lawrence! ot Classified Ad In the, TELE-
g the Venerable Fred Yerkes. moving truck. Mr*. Clemens framed and wired for hanging.It Mrs. Paley Boyd and MT. so many In my life. Every Mrs. Ethel Weyman, vice Rockvllle. Md. Is visiting he: '' ORAPII' bring results' ,
KEYSTONE Father Edward KU by, pariah reports that George Is now a will be a no-Jury, no- and Mrs. J. H. McGuire hash time you open the door or president was in charge of parents Dr. and Mrs A. C 1\;\
i priest for St. William', delivered patient in a military hospital in prize show. However, pictures d as their guests last week walk thru the yard:! they cover the Game-Fun Dav on May 1lIolt. I
the traditional baccalaureate Vietnam, though, she has not I may be offered for sale. Oils, Lt. and Mrs. Troy McOulre of you from head to toe. It Is 23 in St. Anne's Hall. Meet'nec Friends!I were Rlad to pea Hickory Smoked
address and led the received his new address. Until water colors, pastels, and '
last
Ft. Jackson. S.C. Troy Is the sureLy a blessing that they do and.luncheons will con George Colgln In church
congregation in singing "The additional news is received, charcoal media are all accept son of the McGulres and Don- not bite or we would all be tinue all summer for those Sunday. He has been a pa-.
HEIGHTS Star Spangled Banner." please send your cards and let- able. na Is the granddaughter to gone by now.Tuesday /. who remain in town. rnd the cal Center for some time-!
The benediction was given. ters to George's old address. In the crafts category, Mrs, Boyd. Troy will leave the night visitors of the next luncheon wotln will beheld Mrs. Amy Ferrell JS back
Rev. Samuel S. Cuthbert. During the last few weeks ceramics, hooked rugs, knitting -
IJY 19th of June for Oakland. Chittys were Katie and A. B. Thursday. June 8 home after undergoing further -
Commencement exercises Mr. and Airs. R. L. Bridges ,braided rugs, etc., arc acceptable Calif and from there on to Howard of Starke. Tony, Jean COMMUNITY CHURCH medical tests in Jack
MELROSE were held Wednesday night at of Lake Geneva, have covereda Items. A charge of Vietnam. Donna will stay here and Shawn Ball of Gainesville The Building and Pulpit sonville.
8 o'clock in the KHS gym- lot of distance visiting $1 covers any number of articles with her grandmother while came down Saturday.. for a Committee is making final Mrs. Louis Kyle celebrated Sandwiches

111I"lum. friends and relatives. They entered by one person.. Troy Is In Vietnam. Visiting swim and a fish supper. As preparatlor.s for th'" arrival, her 84th birthday anniversary And Take-Out Orders
JUNIOR;. WOMAN'S: CLUB started their trip with a short Registration date li June US, with Troy and:! Donna and theMcGulre"s usual Tony went home sore of the new minister. Rv ; on May 22. Chicken Ribs Beef
BUSINESS! The Junior Woman's Club vacation at their cottage in 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., In Lawrence is Paschall, Brenda from skiing and sunburn' leon Mllner. and his wife, of Mrs. Edna E"lckson left last Pork Smoked Mullet
,wiU have their last function Carolina. From there, Avenue building. Members of
North
and children of Douglas- About 4:30: Saturday morning Chico. Texas The parsonage week for her California home Cold
I, of the year with a Family OutIng ,they drove to Birminghamwhere the Woman's Club will be In vllle, Ga. Brenda is Jaughter my father ]left going fishingto is undergoing complete remodeling after spending several month: Beer-Open 7 Days
DIRECTORY! at Gold Head. Branch visited with their attendance to accept entries Smith Lake Gro.
r they of Mr. and Mrs. McOulre. Chunky Pond. He met his and redecorating with Mrs. Alma Frost. Mrs. i
I. State Park, on. Sunday, June daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and answer questions. They are spending a week of father and a cousin In Gainesville under the direction of Mrs. I Frost is expected back soon I Iliway 211 Behind
11. :Mrs. Dorothy Farris, chair and Mrs. Bill Brannoh and Let's see how many talented their vacation h-ire In Melrose. and together they: got Charles Wallenlus. from a visit with relatives In ,I' Gold Head State Park
BEAUTY SHOP man for thIs event has reported children. V people we have In our area, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beachof 13 bass. The fish are still bIt- The Board of Trustees will May chusetts. She will then ,
that all members will Mr. Brannon. accompumcu who have not as yet been weekIn meet on June 2 at 7:30 visit in Aurora 111.
Tulsa] p'la. !spent e ing slow off the dock. I hope : p. m. ,
KEYSTONEBEAUTY be contacted for additional de- I Mr. and Mrs. Bridges to the "dlMcoyered'q I Jfelrose vlsltirifr"wlth Mrs. they will come back in soon.I In the priiinn.MnnnlMembers "ulldlna. 'I'heV.. Lakeview D'he residence -

SHOP tails concerning the ou tlng. Southern. Auto Show, In Dallas, For further' Beach's parents. Mr. and Mrs. was very glad:! to get backto of the congregation : will loon have a new SCHEDULE! I
GIRL SCOUT NEWSGirl Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Bridgesleft please contact Into1'l11auon'l Grant Rothhammer spent I church Sunday morning' to are Invited! to the wed- neighbor, as the Charles Wal-] OF SERVICES
Kdlth Johnson Owner in Donald, 473-4903.: : ,
vacation
Scout Troop 21 held Dallas for a I some time with a brother. see all my friends. Also went ding of MiTs Pamela Knight' lenlus new home Is about
Personal their last meeting for the year, Guadalajara, Maxlco, and from Lambing. 4734661.MELROSE. Olynn] Rothhammer :and family Sunday night and heard Rev. and Ronald Homer at 2:30: p. completed. and the iewcom- PARKof
& Creative with a party at the Community there they returned to their sisters,' Mrs. Joyce Rowe I Norman Redding m. on June 3. These young e-s will moie into their present -
I : auest speaker.
-
Hair Styling: Church educational building Lake Geneva home last week. ryy.V"VV'?yyy..yyyy.TY. true
,nd family. and Mrs. Wanda The Reddlngs were npop'e have been active In home.Mrs. "'.
Individual Beauty (Care on Tuesday, (May 23. Mrs. Mrs. Evelyn Wilson, of Lake Chamble! and family. Mr. and door neighbors Ir ournext T the Sunday School and YouthFpltOwsin. EHon K'mmons' wa. PALMSSUNDAYS '
L:>wn.
..,Every Form of Beauty Culture. Jane Nelson.. and Mrs. Dorothy City, was visiting with her Mrs. Grant, Roth anl1nfor 'has had a very enjoyable swim able to attend church serv-
Open Tues.-Sat. 9-5; Farris, Scout Leader and Assistant father GE.. Wiggins last only been back In Melrose for Sunday afternoon the firstone PERSONALSMr. !1ft". ip.t Surr'ov aPr recovering : :
closed Monday Scout Leader, respectively week. While here, Mrs. Wilson several days and! are now on and Mrs. Ken Pe d from serious inturiej in
: since
By the before
Rothhammer
Sally day
I !
for the attended the my 11:00 A.M.! 7:30 P.M.;\
were hostesses and her father
'BOATS MOTORS their way to Tulsa with Don accident. And now for the have movM to New York in accident at her home.
occasion.WORSTALLS. funeral of Mr. Wiggins' sister. j jI AAAAAAAA A LA State where thev will]] be THURST)VYS
.A..AAA.---A. and Mar,". The ROtflfl5mer's happenings of Indian Beach, associated I
BILL'S MARINE LEAVING Mrs. Helen Treat 01 St.i hayfour daughters livIng Hazel and.. Venus Altman' ol with Gordon Purdy ,- ..- 7:30:: P.M.:
Rev and Mr. William W. I Petersburg. Mrs. Treat was I Baccalaureate Service was
In Tulsa will have FUNDAMENTALniRLE(
BALKS: *SERVICE Worstall and children, Mark burled In Green Cove Springs. held by request of the senior and Jacksonville were visiting Fred MURRHEEInsurance
"The Fan Fleet' In"All class of ample place to park their and Corlne Thieman over the home. They will be here to I TEACHING
and Michelle left last week to David Bonner and Dwight Melrose] High School, I I
Oatb08nJaCbqsler with last trailer for their visits. weekend.! Hazel] is Corlne's sis- occupy It in the fall. AgencyRichard
relatives in Sunday at
visit frIends and Mitchell were visiting evening the .
James ,and Corenne Toler ter. Katie and Alvin] Howard 1 Iu All Services' Held In The
Lone > r1'hee. Agt.
Star oata1iryaI.r St. Eliam
Ohio, prior to their movo to friends and relatives In Baptist Church. Invoc- I
]Motor I Sierra Madre, Calif. Rev. Wor- Petersburg last weekend. ation was given by Dr. James anl son. Rusty of Jacksonville Betty and Morris Kr'.ly: and were vlsitinj! : the James Kln- General Insurance I Consrenfal! ) Atmosphere.

Service .A Parte for ieyWaae f stall will be the rector of the Miss Janice Methvln, daughter R. Neale, Jr., pastor .U Faith visited with Mr. and Mrs. children of Jacksonville] were chens Saturday nlpht. Fire Casualty Marine Of The Lounge.
Ueitfxs; 4TS-4MS Episcopal Church of the As- of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Presbyterian Church. The R. M. Cason last Sunday. visiting James and Marsle Mrs. Ida! Whitehead'a son Auto -- Bonds II

Corner Bte. 21 A: 2Mclrose I sumption. Methvin, celebrated her elgKUi Senior High Chorus, directedby Other guests Wer1l1"s.. Klnchen and family Sundayafternoon. Layton, called her from Columbia Keystone Height: .78-41881-

... 475-4851 The congregation of St. birthday, on Wednesday, May Rachel Badgett, music, vllle Blanche Derlstson\and MrsMarion\of Jackson-1' Too Klncheiui were S. C. last week 1 to;: tJ1I1 I
V Anne's presented Rev. and 3", with a party at her home. teacher at Melrose High, sang Mr. finishing up their work on her they were comlru: down
CLEANERS I[Mrs. Woratall with a going'away The following girls were pres- several selections. Principal. I Singleton and Mrs. Ada Rob- I' the house, as it will be. rented to do some .ieep: sea fishing!
gift prior ,to their de ent ito make it a memorable Gilford W. Parsons introducedthe erson and their son, Ralph I most of the summer starting, this week and would spend CARPORT RUftMGE SALE
Keystone Cason at Palatka.
parture. Visiting: priests ai'd occasion for Janice: Darlene speakers;: and guests. The next weeic. I the weekend with her.
Cleaners, Inc. lay leaders will be conducting Raulerson, Clnthla Mlngledorff, Rev. William A. Poppell, pastor her guests last her week' a grand-Mr. Pete Barton had an emergency Mrs. Joe Joseph and her KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.
daughter and family
O. K. Davis the masses, until a new priest Cindy :Miller Brenda Triest. of Trinity Episcopal and Mrs. Charles Benjaminand appendectomy Saturday daughter and husband, Ann Clothes Furniture Dishes and
has been appointed by the Buzzy Zowarka, Lisa Benson( Church read the scripture and morning. He will have a few and Eddie and Buddy Joseph -
Every Dry Cleaning Service sons. Bryan and Timothyof Odds and Ends:,
days of enforced rest now.
Laundry Finish or Fluff Archbishop. Ann Nelson, and Janice's sisters prayer. Sermon "Who Am I of Gainesville were
2 Day Service HERB N' THERE TerrI! and Becky. Mrs. was presented by Rev. JamesR. Olenshaw Penn. Joyce and George Barton were visiting the Lucky Lutgens Come and Browse! .*,.
Snellen home for the assisted Fink Mr. an:}:!' Mrs. Albert Hin- in Fort Lau'deidale Saturday '
Pick Harold Is Miriam Mlngledorff pastor of Eliam Baptist Sunday.
Up and Delivery nant visited In Middlehurg/ last SALE STARTS AT
9 A.M.:
Keystone Heights 478-8084 summer, after completing his Mrs. Methvin In caring for the Church. Dr. Neale] Jr. delivered and Sunday for a bowling Mr. and Mrs. Claude:! Reid FRIDAY
week in the home cf their son
tournament. Pete was sunposed AND SATURDAY
Junior year at Carson-Newma.i guests. Benediction for Rev. I (Continued on next Page! I
and family Mr. and Mrs.
CONCRETE College, Jefferson City Tenn. DUPLICATE BRIDGE Al Steuart who was 111. Many to go, but his appendix Changed -
Approximately 1 Mile
DAVid Hinnant and ion, An- his mind. :. _._- ._- from Traffic Light in Key
Robert Pater is visiting his Winner of the Duplicate relatives friends and guests I tone
Hawthorne Concrete brother and sister-in-law, Lt Bridge Club meeting on May attended the service, all could drew. Spotted cooling off at their KEYSTONEDRIVEIN House Heights! on Hi way 21 toward Melrose. Blue

fljid Mrs. Dan. pater, of Biloxi, j 2$ were: First place with 61 not get In the church and was Johnny and Tommy Everson I lake places last weekend were: j with White Trim.It's .
& Supply, Inc. Miss. points, Mrs. A. Larson and standing on the walkway and was given a going awav party the James Meeks family; Mr.

RED Mr. and Mrs. Ty Garner anil:I Mrs. Joseph Dey; second place In the yard Thirty-nine senIors last Saturday evenlni. Shortly and Mrs. Jim Newman and THEATREFri.
MIX ,Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wright with 60% points, Mrs. H. T. largest class to graduate after school] la out the Ever-.I' children. Janet and Jimmy;
CONCRETEflwy. I ware vacationing: last week at I Dent and Mrs. Robert Clare; from Melrose High will graduate sons will be moving to Gaines I. Mr. and Mrs.\. Dan: Ritchie I. Sat. No Trick
20 W. Hawthorne Lehigh Acres, near Ft. Myers. third place Miss Sally Mans- Friday evening at 8 p. m. ville.Mrs. and guests, Carol and David June 2-3
481-2932.! 2031: Last Frldav. the emDloveesof field and Mrs. L. E. Roberts; at Melrose High School.] Sam Beckham rnd Mr.,I. Nugent; Preacher ani Marian to have a good balance l ,

the Keystone Egg Co-op: j I fourth _place, Mr. and Mrs. Al DuDllcate winners_ last__. week nn.. and T>'TII: C. r>.. Wesley" and Winters and guests, the AaNEwi 45N -' in the
bank if
GAS M'I
had a going-away ,party far 1acnmenh1. were 1st place, Mrs. Roland Mrs Nancy Hudson: visited R. Johns and the you save be-

:Mr.: and !Mrs. James Barron. WOMAN'S: CLUB TEA Bryan and Mrs. J. P. Vose. with Mrs. Olynn Rothhammer Johnsons-: TiSEONINEScItall fore spend "
Keystone Saf-Gas (Mr. Borron ha* been transfer The home of Mm. Al La- 2nd place. Mrs. Francis Pyle recently. Jim and Jo Ann Gill spent I 9W r'ceCatos you S

'" Bottled Gash red to Clermont. The honor : geese on Lakeview Drive was and Mrs. Bessie Rutherford.3rd the weekend at the Jimmy Gill CAIIM I
guest were presented with a the setting for a tea and the place, was a tie -- Mrs. VVVVVV'VyyVyyyyyyy" home on the little lake. I .... I The secret of piling up a substantial
and Appliances gift, as a icmemberance of the I installation!> and reaffirmation Mary Cook and Mrs. F. T. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gill I
Se Us For All of Your occasion. of officers of the Keystone Hogue; Mrs. Kendall and Mrs. INDIAN BEACHLake are at the Rochester Clinic ?s I balance in your .savings ;
Woman's Club, on where Mrs. Gill Is I
Gas Needs Donnta Dowling is home for Heights Ed Longnecker.We undergoing bunk
:: account is as simple
Phone 473-4351 a abort visit with his family. I Tuesday afternoon May' 23. hope Carolyn Tlson will ( !Snmta Fe) test for arthritis. WEST 118153 gi' I -
Mr. and Mr*. Bill Dowllng- The honored guest and installing be well real soon. Carolyn was The Oscar Prldgens are! as this: Decide how much
NURSERY Don is a Senior a-t Newberry : officer was Mrs. Mark struck: in the head by a Tiyi Michael II. Chitty busy moving Into their new I I '
a College (South Carolina) and" 'Emmel, of Gainesville, immediate drifting surf board at the Fh. 475-2171 \ .-- --- you can put aside outof '
O.C. Carnes Nursery will be reporting back In a I past state president of the beach, recently. She is a .
inv tOil, Florahnnie few days for summer school Florida Federation of Woman's ior at Melrose High sen-I' 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4"Hello Learn To S\VIM-Or Swim Better! e>ery pay check Then makeit

98 BID. SE of Stark Margaret Ann Furry of New Clubs. the thlrtv nine that will grad again friends.! ThisIs
invariable
Kur ry Stock Thousands Castle, Dela is a guest at the Mrs. Emmel was welcomedby uate Friday night. your much Improved:!, better your practice to
of Planti A Fruit Tree to home of her uncle and aunt, the hostess and Mrs. David The Junior Class sponsored feeling, rolling-reporter with In beautiful modern deposit this amount
_duxHM from. Nice Shade Trues Mr. and 'Mrs. BUI Morgan. I Nelson. nrA- ldpnt of the Keystone by Mrs. Ed Montgomery, reported -I I good news. t went In to the every

Bvtrrreena A Landscape Mr. and Mrs. Chart Mc- r Woman's Club. and waa having a wonderful ., doctor fo a oheck-up on Tuesday 20x10) ft. Pool In payday U makes a big dif-

Plants. All in containers I dave, Mr. and Mr*. Huntly' presented a corsage. time at Crescent Beach last and; after further x-rays, -
Mrs. Emmel used a portionof Saturday. swimming and Picnicinn. was told the Lovely Setting ference (in favor
Plant anytime. Camellia! Aasaleaa. Redfearn, Jr., and Mr. and the I following\; my foot your ) when '
club's collect ( )
prayer .
showed no broken bones he
Mrs.< Joe Wildt '
attended t'le
for each officer Installed and Rev. Steuart of I Classes you do your saving BEFORE
Melrose Start
Let us do your landscaping; State Uone Convention In I I says I have some pulled leader -
reaffirmed Methodist has been ill with ,,. and he
Phone 684-2185 MIami last week. was pretty sure
I Mr*. L. B. Clark was installed the flu. We hope he will be up that I have breastbone Tues. June you do your spending!
a cracked 13thCIIILDREN'S
.USED CARS I I Ir :Mr. and (Mr*. Bill Ottln er. I as a director. The following and around, real soon. and. a couple of pulled ,
and .
ion, Michael of Gainesville
officers, who are entering Installation of
Church officials muscles. However I am happyto COME IN GET ACQUAINTED
Hanks Used Cars spent last weekend with their second term, were reaffirmed will be held June 18. at say that I'm feeling much CLASSES (age 4 and up) ,
Mr and Mrs. Frank Ottlnger.Air. : Mr*. David Nelson, Melrose Methodist Church. Beginners, 10:30: a.m. Advanced 9:30
better and I will :
a.m.
now, hopefully -
BIG CASH DISCOUNT KEYSTONE
and Mr. Harold Sutton I president Mr. STATE BANK
Earl
TERMS ; Voyles, This service will Include thef'I..er5 ] be back t-n,the job next ADULT CLASSES (
recently ,
returned from a visIt vice-president: Mrs. Sara McDonald # of the WSCS .
and the week. I Beginners
.BUY SELL TRADE with their daughter and son- second vice-president; MYF.Earlr. 2 p.m.-Advanced' 3 p.m. Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights Fla.
This hot weather that we Three lessons ,
Rio 1 hex $0Nwy. Jn-laiw Lt. a week: Tues. Wed.
and Mrs. Robert Mrs. J. O. Hanson, Thura.!
100 8 MItes B.. Starke Kromer and children of Ft recording services wll begin have been having has certainly Call Mrs. Fred Dodd, Qualified "Your Friendly Bank In Your
secretary; Mr*. Al Lagasse, June 11-830 a. m.Thls service\ been no help to me while lyingin Instructor Friendly
-- 1 2 la offered for those who findS the bed and I'm lure that, 473-4206. for rates etc. Community.

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THURSDAY. JUNE 190.7
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YTTTYTYYYTTYTYYTT, ister. Mrs. W. A. Wallace, or- Diploma TeatApplications Whitehead, Lake Butler, a Adjustable Vinyl Book
ganlHt; Mrs. Carl Swisher, I
daughter Kimberly Kay May I Covers.' All sixes 30 cents ea I
INDIAN summer organist.
: BEACH 28. at The Telegraph
Sunday School 943: : a.m.
Are Due June 5 .., .. .. .
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Morning Worship, 11 -
SAAAAAA4.A.&A.4.AAAAAAAAAriFrom a.m. ... .... r ., _VUVIIIVUl1 _. .
. Sunday, (Nursery open both
[ Preceding' Paffr] hours.) OED test applications for
i the' State High School, EQuiv-

and family spent the weekendat -KplMoopalSt. ) alency Diploma must be order. STAILLWS CORNER

4e wap 1 the Fleming cottage.Mr. Anne's Rev. W. W. ed one week before the te .tIng -

and Mra. Charles Kull-, Worstall, vicar. period June \2. according;

I er and twin daughters spent I Morning Prayer and Ser to Li. H. Gibson, official testIng OASIS LOUNGEYour

Sunday with the Norman 2nd agent for this" ,.
\ V mon. and 4th Sundays -, program
) I Barbers Mrs. Kuller is the I
9:30: am. (nursery open. Prerequisites for the tests

f r V $ former Mary Alice Rowan. Holy Eucharist and sermon. Include satisfactory scores' or CLOSEST Spot For

and was a teacher In Melrose. 1st and 3rd Sundays, 9:30: L I verified 1'high school credits In LIQUOR WINES BEER

j Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryant! m. (nursery open). Church' both American History and '

1 spent Sunday Ire Jacksonville: School, 9:30: ajn. Holy Eu- Government [Civics] I Open 9 A.M. 12 P.M.

with their niece and family charist, 8 a.m. each Sunday. Applicants must be tesldents

; j{ O' Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Coker. Evening Prayer 7:30: p.m. of Florida, 20 years of age, Friday and Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M

L ( Mr. and Mrs. Dolp1 Red- each Sunday. EYC, 6:30: p.m. and must have paid the state SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON
MOST 3 FIFTHS
, ":'OIoU.IiC. ... __ dish and family of Starke each Sunday. testing fee of 7.50 in advance.
I -- --- spent Sunday with Mr. and Dally offices of Morningand : Applications may be obtained OR QUARTS

I RJE Seniors In New York And Philadelphia Mrs. D. W. Carpenter Mrs. Evening Prayer, 8.0(1: ( a.m. from Mrs. Bernice Bateman

Carpenter will spend Thurs- and 5.00: p.m. : or L. H. Gibson at the usa 8 Mi. South of Starke on U. S. 301
will be delivered by Rev W day and Friday with her ,
High School. The 3 p. m- building Applicants are requested -
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I Don Pelham. speaker was Deacon L. C. Mc- daughter and family In Jack- -LutheranLutheran 1 to bring their social =-- V

J Class Night will be an event Cutchen of Bethlehem Free sonville, Mr. and Mr.. David Church of Key security number with them.

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNfY of June 5 at 8 p. m. Will Baptist Church. Reid, stone Heights; Vicar Richard During the week of Juno

A short PTA business meetIng James Williams will be Betty Griffin of Oi'if fin's Meyer, minister. V 12, the testing periods will be .

will be held at 7-JO: p. m. crowned King of Allen Chapelon Lodge reports that the fish Divine worship Sunday 11 at 1-30: p. m. and 7 ,>. m. at

RECREATION NEWSA cause several of the Seniors Wednesday, June 7 followed the second Sunday In June, have slowed down. Mr and a. m. Holy Communion 2nd the USO All tests must be GET CASH

dance will be held at the had relatives there, they were by a Band Concert at 8 p. m. as Captain No. 1 for being the Mrs. Ed Taylor of Jacksonville Sunday of each month. completed during this, week,

Reno Recreation Center Friday able to get to most of the exciting in the cafetorlum winner in the amount ot $225. not 4 bass. Mr. and Mrs. Services held each, Sunday Gibson saId.Applicants. IMMEDIATELY

night starting at 8:30.: spots. Members of the Commencement Exercisesfor The total amount raised 1 was Jim Thrift of Jacksonvillt got at St. Anne's EnlscopaiCT.urch. who plan to take .

In Midget League basketball group visited Coney Island, the graduates will be held 100425. 7 bass; and John Hill and Keystone :Jelghta. re-tests must have been enrolled -I

Wednesday afternoon the Harlem Brooklyn, Down Town Friday, June 8, at 8 p. m. in The pastor officers, and friend 3 bass-(one 6'/a lb. Fla in subject to be retested -

:Reds defeated the White New York and Jersey City, the gym, with Dr. William A. members are grateful to Roy Griffin got a 7 lb., 8'lb.., or have waited for 180 days' ,

Socks 8-3. In the secund game, Other highlights included:, the Smith as speaker. everyone who helped make and the people he guided 1, got according to the state regulations. Ir $25 TO $600
the Twins A list of the Nil! 12 over the weekend.Mr. -Baptist
defeated the Dod Statute of Liberty; Grand graduates this drive a success. I
gets 7-3. Central Station, the Appollo be carried 1 In the next issue. Pleasant Grove Methodist and Mrs. Doyle James Woranip service : Sunday; The next testing period Is I
1 In Bantam "League play CHURCH NEWS spent the weekend in the 11 ... m., 7:30: p. m, [nursery
: Theatre, and the apartmentof Church, Rev. H. P. Hudson scheduled for the second' weekin I
l last Thursday afternoon, the Mrs Jacquelyn Kennedy. Greater Allen Chapel AME!!: pastor. Church School 0:30: a. Ocala Natlolna Forest with open]. September. To be eligible DO YOU HAVE .

Raiders defeated the Bombers Most of the) members of the Church Rev L. A. Sampson m. Morning Worship, 11 a. in- Mr. and Mrs Charles Calla- Sunday School 9:43: a. m for the Fall testing period,]I ,
9-6.V The Yankess and pastor. Love Feast services at lan. C ). Tftifr : I -Too. many payments to make
Tigers group wanted to'spend a few Evening Service, 4 p. m. Rev. nursery open TnaOnin applicants must enrolled In
played to a 6-6 tie. i more weeks there, but knowIng 7:30 p. m. Friday Instead of J. B. F. Williams will hold his Mr. and Mrs. MacGowan lon, 6:30: p. m. [nursery openl the 1967 Summer Program for -Too bills to ?

These games ,are being held that there was a- lot of Sunday morning. All embers Fourth Quarterly ConferenceIn and son of Jacksonville were Rev. Lawrence Carroll, Adults. many pay

at the Reno Recreation play- work to be done by graduation are asked to please tell one both churches Sunday. All weekend guests of the Jack pasto',

ground. I I time, they decided to follow and each bring one to the service _mAmViAra um__._ ntonjiA p____ _at.t.An'1.n.n_._ Miller_ family' They smoked a DO YOU NEED *
Midget boys, Ages 7 to 9, the schedule and arrived 1 back Sunday School, 10 a. m.. RETIRINGThe I turkey, and took: their dinner I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Recent Births.

will play on Wednesday. Ban- In Starke at 4 p..m. Thurs- with Mrs. F. B. Delestre In colored' employees of over to the Sante Fe; River I EXTRA

tam League boys, age 'JO to 13. day, May Z5. charge. No service at 11 a. m. DuPont Trail Ridge Plant are and roamed 1 around there and Sunday School, 9:43: a. m. Bradford County Hospital I CASH NOW?
will play and Thurs- Evening service, 6 m. with announces the following
Tuesday Seniors making this memor- p. honoring two retiring em- ate.Mr. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
day starting at 5 p. m. able trip were: Jackie MItchell message by the pastor. ployees with a dinner at Holiday and Mrs. Leonard Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m. births: LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR

V All baseball fans and well- )), Valara Jenkins Brenda Men's Day was observed last Inn, Saturday, June 3. Swearlngen and daughter of Choir Practice Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence

wishers are invited to attend King, Naomi Jenkins, Louis Sunday at Greater Allen The honorees are Rev. Roosevelt Jacksonville spent the weekend 8 p.m. Todd Starke. a daughter, Me- MONEY PROBLEMS

these activities and enjoy the Parks Earley Young, Leroy Chapel. The 11 a m. speakerwas i Dell Sr.. and Ben Mc- with Leonard's parents Rev. Robert D. Burch. lissa Ann, May 24.'

fun. Thomas, Sylvester Bright. LInda Leroy Thomas of Greater I Dougald. Clarence DeSue Is In Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swearingen. I Mr. and Mrs. Gerald; Oer- We Are Trained To
I !
SENIOR TRIP Davis Geraldine Wanton Bethel Baptist Church, and a I charge. Tuesday night Fled surprised ome Johns Gainesville, a son, Help

TO. NEW YORK Samuel Perkins, James MorrIs graduating senior at RJE Vera with a birthday I Gerald Gerome Johns Jr., May
The Senior McCloud, Leon dinner Mr. and Mrs. Van Net- TilE RIGHT POINT for the
Class of RJE Levy Town Finance
Co.
'1 High School had one of the Thomas, Gladys Odums, ta, and Rev. and' Mrs. J. R. the way you write. Come In 25.Mr.. and Mrs. Lamar Ira

most exciting experiences oft Frankie Jackson Mary Mosley, Get AcquaintedDay Neale were there to help cele- and select your favorite ES- Brown Hampton, a daughter A .

their lives as they visited the Curtis Williams, Regenia Byrd, brate.. The Swearlngens recently TERBROOK fountain pen.TELEGItAI'I Vonda Kay, May 27. I 226 N. Temple, V Ph. 964-7449

f largest city in AmericaNew Marie Dell, Robert Aycox: r Set June 7 visited 1 Vera's mother, Mrs.A. !. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bradford
L. Mathis in Jasoer.
Her
York City, last week The Henry Dommon, Willie Powell, For Kindergarten ,
", Seniors left Starke Friday, Velma Peek, Caesar Williams, sisters, Mrs. Corbett Dees.

May 19, at 2 P. m., and, after Andrew Timmons, Sylvester AND WOMENSERVICE I The Head Start program for Mr. and Mrs. J. r LeIgh of VV.V .... .

making stops in Columbia! S. Franklin. David Hamilton, I the summer of 1967 is set to Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. I

C., Raleigh, N. C.. Richmond, Archie Kittles. William Lane, MEN begin June 19 for about 172 Thompson of Lake Alford; her

Va., and Philadelphia, Pa. and Sandra Chandler. I pre-schoolers in the lower Leigh nephew and and Nancy fiance Hill, rrd Frank her AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY.a E t I ILADIES

they arrived in New York at They were accompanied by i economic bracket, accordIng to son and daughter In-law

The Manhattan Hotel at'11:30: Hardrlck Taylor and Leonard I Director Harmon P. Morgan.It ______ ._ ,_ __ u_ .
I &..e<>mUQ ana Liinaa ana aaugnter -
a.m. Heath. class sponsors: and will be the third year I
Tammy Lynn, all joined
At all stops, the Seniors Mrs. Corine McNeil and Mr. : Bradford County has operateda
purchased 1 souvenirs "t to bring Christine McKevln chaperon- federally funded Head Start reunion.them there and had a family AUTO SALVAGE Farm and Industrial v : WEAR Office Equipment

home, and in Philadelphia program, designed to give preschoolers V
es.BACCALAUREATE Mrs. Jewell Rose is Equipment
staying
they visited Independence exactly what the title .. Cherry's, Hancock Office
at her lake cottage for l a few
Park where they saw many SET FOR SUNDAY says-a head start In the first ; BRASINGTONCADILLACOLDSMOBILE
days EquipmentSmJthCoronaAuthortzed
Items of historical interest. Baccalaureate services will grade. The program has been Gainesville's Most Fashionable
Keith Cheshire and wife of
Santa Fe Tractor
In New York there were be held Sunday, June" 4. at termed a success by those' educators "'feAddresa For Ladles
Alachua
and Mrs. Harrisonand
many wonders to see, and be- 9:30: In the gym. The message I teachers and Inc. lSE8--SUJT8-COATS Dealer
two sons of Jacksonvillewere MATERNITY
,1WEA.RACCESSORIES
Inc. (
who have
I trators visiting H T. Smith over V
The county's admlnls-I SALES & SERVICE Clary-Victor--Totallla
the weekend. Mrs. Smith spent 7 W.
University Gainesville
operated FORDFarm Adding Machines: Calculators
program. ,
last week In Jacksonville with Fine Selection of Used Cars a 'I ..
Bradford School Board during her daughter, Mrs. Murray.Mr. Taken On .
Cadillac Trades
< SAur.s-SERVICJC-RENTALS
Brannan's Tractors A Implements >
Plumbng the regular school term for the MENSVVVEAR : .
and Mrs. E. [) Hall and ;
Ford Industrial
two Is also financed V Equipment}
past years 2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 IJ! i'aThfE Discuss
-
Chris Carver of Savannah, Ga. YOUI''Ii
V USED EQUIPMENT & L Men's
primarily with federal funds. V LV Shop
Head Start this summer will are spending this week with PHONE 378-5301 SAlJES.PAR't" SERVICE V ..., > '. !>requirements with us first.

be In session for 40 days. endIng Mr. and Mrs. O W Ellis. Florsheim.. Sftqes) -. a28 N: Main St. OaliuMVUJe
PICK UP & DE1LIVHJRY V
and Mrs. Bryant and children "' *
SuppliesWATCH August 11, on a $56,650 of Callahan are visiting Mr. 4488 N.W. SI'I=th Gainesville! ..1 1 Peso Ladles Flttttu Suit Wear: i-, .. .. V .Phone V a16- MI
approved by the federal Sports
project ,Phone 376-2648,
I
and Mrs. W. E. Thrift thiswlt'k. I
FOR ,OPENING OF'OUR -- I Health, education, anO CRANELINCOLNMERCURY Arrow Dress Shirts!

STARK; OFFICE NEXT WEEK. Pvt. John Leslie Bradley, son Welfare Department. The pro- Mr! and Mrs. J. D. Carlton 13 W. University Galn..UI..MOBILE .. PAINT & GLASS

of Mr. and Mrs. J Bradley, Ject Includes $14,000 in local V I GARDEN SUPPLIES
.. are spending a few days at
of Route 1, Starke has been funds and $42.650 from the V Li'ddell Paint &

I ffiPt'( '( $Tr e i.i.o enrolled in the U. S Army federal government. their cottage this week. Authorized Sales & Service HOMESV
: Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hamilton -
: Johnson& Paris Inc.
.. Signal School at Fort Mon The children will be given a Glass Co.
and daughters, Cindy 606 E. V V
mouth N. J. for Intensive morning snack when they arrive University, Gainesville MUSTANG

Complete Line Plumbing Supplies training in one of the 50 specialist at school and noon meal. and Cathy, and Mr and Mrs. V ,Phone 3724251Crane's : Complete LIrie of I KTAN1ZE PAINTS
., Mobile Inc.
Alfred Hudson were Mondayguests .104.. Homes .
courses taught tnere. Each child will also receive SEEDS1'LAI4'EI3InsecticIdesPet ..;- : :I I Clasi'Mlrtors Sliding Door-
of the Chlttyi.
A 1966 graduate of Bradford medical and dental examina- ImportsVolvo SupplleeFERTILIZERS GaloeevUVs Discount Mobile Tub Enclomire-8hower: Door
It has clouded IID this afternoon -
: High School Pvt. Bradley attended tions. There Is $60 per child I V '
-I Home Soles Lot. -WlndowsAwnJngCarpetWaUpaperStorefl'ont -
WELL DIGGING like it might rain and (Mercedes-Benz)
St. Johns River Junior available for those purposes.
we surely do need it. It might 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Purchase discount* on entire'
College in Palatka before en- Head Start program will begin Consultation
FIAT-IJILLMAN
cool things off also. That'sall .224 N.W. 8th Ave. chain guarantee-.luige. savings,
I tering the service. In Clay and Union Coun- lie N.W. Sixteenth: St.
Admission to the SIgnal ties on June 15, four days the news for this week 2201 N. Main Gainesville PHONE 872-0476 NEW MOON CAPELLAPAGEMAKER GAINESVILLE!: 872-8191
HEATERS: here's Leeon-
RHEEM WATER School is limited to men of: earlier than In Bradford, but so Leeon'n Corner Phone 372-4373 Gainesville Flo. : VV

I outstanding promise. Classed will end on the same day. July J. .
OTIS Used Mobile Homes .....
as a technical institute, it 3 and 4 will be holidays In all I Low SEWING MACHINES
Otis Melton is his name Priced With approved'redlt '
i gives major, training In the four counties but will be madeup Beauty Academy GLASSGAINESVILLE
And:!' he is a friend of mine. low as $100 down. V
SEPTIC TANKS-MYERS POMPS technologies of electronic on Saturday field trips In
I thought I'd write this National
r Sewing
I equipment ranging from radio Bradford Counties while Clay <4820< N.W. 13th St. 441 North.
to 'electronic brains." and Union plan to begin their poem POWELL'S: V -

Serving Keystone Ileighta I Lake Geneva I sessions earlier.Clay's While he is on my mind. Gainesville 373-1346 Machine Co., Inc.
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Is $33.100 and are always happy: CALL, .COLLECT) .
Seaman Recruit Matthew project .
Melrose Starke Beauty : V .
When we are with each other. AcademyLearn GLASS CO. INC."EVERYTHING :1"
Union's, Is S38.60OBoth coun- N w Home, Pfaff. Nelco
I Hudson, son of Mr. and Mrs- ,
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Ph. 473-3080 l'/i Keystone .
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Charlie Hudson of Route 1, & Profession, In Tour .
Starke recently graduated take part. Because you see, Otis to me,',{Spare Tune. Full or Part Time IN GLASS;, "Motorcycles l -, Scooters. .',,.1 V .V?' Sales,", &: Service
Ti almost like brother.We V
V a V Of 5 .' Nearly New Units :3
from nine weeks of Navy basic Baker County has no Head V ; $ monthly
V like to go end do, Star Tronts Mirrors -
training at the Naval Training Start program. DAY 1& EVENING CLASSES CYCLERAMA'Motorcycles -1 :
Get the sheet' things Windows Sliding I Glass Bud&et'Terma Available
big Another proJect'currently .
I Center, Great Lakes. 111. In .".-
So we can be together-- Low Tuition Term Doors TubtEnclosures'! ..
making the transition, from being operated by CUBB is the .' V "' 811"w,-VUh'el'lilt7, Gainesville
We are friends in sunshine, 219 'N.W. 10th Ave.Gainesville i .. V V
civilian1 I life to Naval service, Home Health Aid Training 3038 N, B.' Waldo Rd, .'YAMAhA' a V 379-1333
And also In stormy weather, 3782766V V
-- he received 1 Instruction in project a $55,000 four-county V B ,.,. .... .
Otis Is a hard worker GasDei Y1U .76-iou' H Wf -.4
I seamanship, as well as survival grant being operated throughthe
-. and Bradford Public Health As anvone can see. V SALES. V f '., .,SSIItVIVC3IV TILES PAINT
techniques, drill, &
: : military V
: : ; .. -- other subjects. Department with Dr. A. Y. And he's as good a friend, CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST ACCESSORIES:
As anvone could be. I 619 W. University.CTahuwvUle
Covington acting as the unpaid University-Glass
". -'"- He will come and got me, 378-2811, V .FLINTKOTE TILE
,--. Cadet Mickey Roger Dansby.' director. And take me anywhere 1 I THAT ALL YOUR Vinyl.-.rVlnyl Asbestos Asphalt
son of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Seventeen persons are now &
: : = want to go.He's I Glazing Co., :Inc. / Moor. Finishing. ProditeUf' -
Dansby. has been elected for employed In the four countiesas CONCRETE PRODUCTS MOVERS'Long <
an Air Force ROTC Financial home health. aids and are about the nicest person CARPET

Assistance Grant at the University !- of "incalcuble' value to the ARE THE BEST FROlEdward' \. '.'MIRRORS V Distance; Moving'V '
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That I happen to know.As AUTO GLASS, ul WALLPAPERTenneyTile
I of Florida. Cadet Dans people.they. serve" Dr. Local Eyrayage)' ,

j.; .J', I by was among 1,400 thrd-year: ngton states. cov-I' We everyone are real good can friends.Fee, .Building Tub Enclosure Showers Storage -V Packing| -($prat.... & Paint

f; grant selectees from 153 of CUBB also has a Supply Inc.V V Doors. Store. Front Shipping, V .
And I surely
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L the nation's leading. colleges Neighborhood Center project I FREE ESTIMATES CALL,
Our friendship never ends. 1319 S. Main Gainesville 2222 N.W. 6th St.
approved for Clay County. It
and universities. Each grant 126 S, Maln.3724844GADJESVILIZ '
V 373-13O2
covers the cost of full tuition Is presently in Washington, D. V 878-9951- HILL'S MOVING Gainesville

:u KAISER< ALUMINUM'S PATENTED laboratory expenses, incidental C. being budgeted according "FLA. V & -

fees ,and allowance for text to DIrector' Heney, who cau- Storage, mc.J
TWINRIB9ROOFING books. In addition, the reci- tions against" too much hope I. IRON;"' ORNAMENTAL TRAVEL

pients receive $50 per month until the money Is actually ELECTRIC MOTORS 340 V N.E. Waldo* 'Rd.. I

St. William's .Gainesville 372-4271.,, { .
available.
during the tenure of the grant. ': Sunday House of Travel,
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SIDINGS Selection is based on grades: "If no money is available it Mass, 7:30: a. m. Wednesday, Ornamental Iron .

v high scores on AF officer may as well be 36 cents" Mass and Novena 7 p. m. ELECTRIC' MUSIC V V INC.

Keeps buildings up to 15' cooler in hot qualifying tests: academic Henry says.. A- neighborhood Steel StairsFabrication V ,

I summer : -. V .? r VC background; and high personal center he says Is the kind of -Interdamonkiation.iV Motor Repair Co. '&:' Erection of Lipharn Music! Co. AIRLINES I
and moral standards. project which does not make a Community Church Dr. STEAMSHIP!

long wide sheets easy Install Danaby is a pre-medical stu big splash" but can be a A. C. Holt, minister; Mrs. Light Structural, Steel. Gainesville. :Shopping Ctr. I LR.

can't rust,.wa'rp or rot f _........ dent. very large' benefit to an area George Canova organist. Of Gainesville, lao.P.epalningRewtndin'. Miscellaneous, i. IronStIV 87'1-' S3S '-,' l' V'

V. I' which needs one.Adjustable' .I Sunday School, 9:30: am. 110 N., W., 10U| ArenasAuthorized Hotels Cm Rental.!
> fewer roofs
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129J Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Co. No Charge For Our Service)
;',.>:' V We cut tha sheets to tit your building: THE RIGHT POINT for the Nursery open both hours., WORK GUARANTEED Baldwin Pianos'*: Oryaiw Weekday 8:30: to 0:00r :

: way" you write. Come In and I S3 N.W.23rd V Blvd.. .GlnesTlle] Guitar Gibson' Goy Sat.VSt. 13.S41i .

FARMER'S MUTUAL- EXCHANGE elect V your favorite ESTER- Book -PresbyterianFaith Drum Ludwig Sllngerlaad .; W. University Ave. *
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BROOK fountain pen. TELE- I Presbyterian Church Phone 372-8318 873-0881 '_fender Standard Amplifier* Cjalnesvul S78-18O1
Starke Fla. V Phone 964-7871- TELXORAPH.: __., Corerj. All ibe* 30 cents ea 'Rev. J R. Neale Jr., min J

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print,Mrs.,'el Ruth deputy Dai'lev director v.os ap-of i

CUBS Economic Agency by : ..' < ., \1'1t<'1 '", .4to''. Oroup. 6 ,. m Evening Worship -

\ the Bonrd of Directors of the .. -: ; '.. .,<: ::jF. ; 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting,
tlik' four I'ountyuou/ > In a meeting ",
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:Monday( night May 22. I h ._ _" -Leroy Llahtsey.; pastor

CUBB Director W. P. Keney -

I of Green! Cove Springs made, LAURA BAPTIST

I the announcement last Friday. IED\N BAPTIST [Brooker]I RAIfc'KI, ) fAI'TLST'CIIURCII NORTHSIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST Sunday School, 9:43: a. m.

I The deputy director post has Sunday school 10 a. m I CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH Morning Worship, J 11 a. m.

ben open since last year when Morning/ Worship. 11 a. m I Schedule of services: Sunday Sunday School 10 a. m. I Evening Worship 7:30:: p. m.
Schedule of services: Sunday Sunday School 10 a. m.
former Director P. T. NoUn Training Union. 7 p. m Evening 11 School 9:45: a. m. Morn- Morning Worship, 11 a. m- Prayer Meeting,. Wednesday
-- School 10 n.m Worship, Morning Worship 11 a. m.:
resigned and Heney was promoted Service 8 p. m.-RCv., Ing Worship, 10:45: a. m. and 7 p. m.-Rev. .Leland 7:30: p. m.-Rev. Luther :McGee -
K. WutterHfin and. hiM ....".1'-111-111\\, Mrs. Mart. \Vnltcr- :! from the assistant's Lacy Conway. pastor.. a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Training Training Union 6:45: p. m. Baker pastor. A'I I Evening Worship 8 p. m.: pastor. .

811n, two of Hamptons older -lilriils" 111'1' |phtnred.. (l In front spot to head CUBB. Union 6:30: pm. Rev. Jack Evening Service. 7:45.: Mid- Prayer :Meeting, Wednesday
i Stolte pastor. Thursday Visitation. 10 8 m. Sing each. Friday at 8
of the old IIiiiti|>tnn !Stale Hank ImlldlnK;, whli!l will NOIIII Im Mrsl Darley has been em- ,I NORTHSIDE BAPTIST I week Prayer Service Wednesday a. m. and 7 p. m. I p. lIOMKCOMI.'Sr.; : AT
I p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane pastor -
only a mass of rubble.. To offset thin Inns. I Is the new IlnrtptonKlcnirntur.v ployed with CUBB as ('creI I i 7:45: p. m EVERGREEN: : BA t'nsr
Located on uayieas .411J.1.! CHURCH OF GOD I i .
Srliool building, now coder <'cnihl. ruction .|ud north tary-bookkeeper a pOEitlon Stark NEW RIVER BAPTIST Evergreen Baptlsu Church
way SR[ 2231at] Ralford Roar 422 N. St. Clair St.,
now open since her promotion.The I SlJYRS11ISSIONAitY will have Its annual Homecoming -
of town [SR 181.] Services: HunrUi Sunday School 10 a. m BROOKER BAPTIST
deputy director's post BAPTIST CIIURCII Sunday School] 10 a. m. : Service on Sunday. .Tune
carries with It a salary] of $6- School. 10 a. m. Sunday Worship Services 11 a. m. 633 W. Pratt St. SundaCf Morning Wprshlp, 11 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. 4. Everyone la! Invited, to( come
Mornlug Worship, 11 a m and 7:30: m. YPE. Wednes- Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
p.
000 per year. services: Sunday School] 10 Training Union. 7 1 p. m. Eve- and enjoy the day with us.
I TraIning Union 6:30: p m djiv. 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting Training Union, 6:30: p. .m.
ning Worship. 8 m.
a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m p.
Evening Service, 7:30.: MM:I Friday, 7:30: p. m.Rev.L. service Evening i Worship 7:30
Two Enlist Training Union 6:15: p m. Wednesday night FIRST !METHODIST
Week Prayer Service Wednt o S. Williams pastor. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday I
Evening Worship. 7 p. m 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome.L. CHURCH, STARKE
In Marine CorpsDennis day 7:30.: -Rev. Glenn Law 7:30.: Vernon N. Williamson
Everyone welcome .- Elder L. Parker pastor. I Sunday Church School
I' hon, pastor. KINGSLEY lAKE T. C. Williams pastor. pastor. 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship.
Lamar Roark, son of I BAPTIST CHCKCIVSunday
CHURCH OF CHRIST 11 a. m. No evening: service or
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Poark of IIEILBRONN BAPTIST
L- II PINE LEVEL BAPTIST School] 0:45: a. m. NEW RIVER BAPTIST MYF meetings due to Baccalaureate -
I Marlon ,
Hampton and Francis Sunday: Bible Study 10 Sunday School 9:43: a. m. ] Services.
Van Pelt III son of Mrs. Sunday School, 10 tI.. n. Morning Worship 11 .
a.fl' Sunday School, 10 a. m. a. m.; Morning> Worship and Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Tuesday WSCS Executive
tl0pl ''rr I Grace Van Pelt of Starke, Morning Worship'' 11 o rr Training Union 6:15: t. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Communion Service 11 a. m. Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Board meeting In Ladles Bible
In U S. Marine Pre-Servl I Booster bane Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m..
have enlisted the Training Union, 6:30: p. m., Evening services 6:30.: Evening Service 7:30: Mid- Classroom, 9:30: a. m. WSCS
Corps' 120-day delay pro- Young People, ard Pray Midweek Prayer Service,!
Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. Wednesday Worship serv- week Prater> Service. 7:00p. : business and meetingin
program
gram and will leave for theirrecruit Service J, 8 p. n_ Evcnln Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Rev.', Prayer Meeting Wednesday. ice 7 p. m. Minister Jack P. m. Wednesday. Troy 10 a. m.
training at Panic Island Worship, 7pm. Uldw l.< Jim Rlgdon pastor. Come, let Johnson sanctuary
pastor.
I 7 p. m. -L. L. Parker pastor Wednesday Prayer Meeting -
S. C. In JulyBoth] : Service, Wednesday V:30: p us worship together.
7:30: p. m-
young men are members of the 'I m-Rav. D. L. Ramsey! pas Choir
1967 graduating class at BHS. tor. : Thursday Chancel

According to Staff Sergeants 'I rehearsal 7:30: p. m.

I Bill Bland and Jim Gull- BETHEL BAPTIST CIIURCV

Marine Corps' recruiterfor An investment in Your Coley/
I Somcthin' Comes, Somethin' GoesThe Hard Bradford County. Roark Sunday School. 10 a. m Future ... Sgt.

and Van Pelt wll receive right Morning Worship, 11 a. m HurtIn
nni-f" proud Hampton brick and other materials. weks of basic training at Par- Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m y > \ Fatally

State Bank building a local I Airs[ Mary Walters-Mi: ., one of rls Island, then travel to tha Prayer MeeVng] 7:30: p. ro Ai 1 iTEC1ID f Cf fi m! OO

landmark for almost 1 threequal.ters the oldest Hamptonilcs in Marine Corps base at Camp Wednesday. Rev. W I Germany

of a century. Is going number of ears of continuous I LeJeune, N. C. for four weeksof Newmans, pastor. *twghue M p.V Y

the way of many another unused I I residence, remembers the bank advanced infantry training. I Word has been received here

deteriorating structure In building In thp then thr'ving' Roark will leave on July] 3, AIRPARK \PTIST of the death of Stiff Sgt.

towns and cities across the I I I town: when she moved there and Van Pelt on July 27. Robin D- Coley formerly of

land It was recently told by with her parents, Mr. end Mrs. I Upon completion] cf this Sunday Services: Sunday I : Starke, as a result of Injuries

the City of Hampton to the L. H Bedenbaugh. in 1907. j I training, the new Marines will School, 9:45: a. m. Morning received In an accident on

highest bidder and Is now beIng At that time Mrs TrVatter- ; be allowed to return home on Worship 11 a. m. Training March 21, while on duty near
torn down for salvo ge Union 6:30: p. m. Evening ,, EThi.-iE
this time
At
leave. Orafenwoehr.
son recalls Hnmpton was a i I a 20-day Germany.
Unlvlng community with a they will also receive orders Service. 730.: Wednesday that Binds. It Is reported that n 'stalled

,vv.vvy.vv.yvv..vyv.v.HAMPTON. bunk two drug stores, two I directing them to a formal Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. m I armored personnel] carrier

barber! Miops. a furnlt'iio store fchool for further tcchnlol Rev. Leroy Olive, Pastor. )fIb--.....--- suddenly, lurched forward fat-

feed 'tore... Hirer 01 Ii-iir grn- training or to one of the Corp I ally clashing Coley. who was

I rerlei. and a largo hotel I rrnny posts and stations to receive I I CALVARVPTIST __ trying to get it !started.

Ity !Mr. Mary William. "It's practically all gon I on-the-Job training. I Sunday School], 10 a. m Sgt. Coley died in a Nuren-
400 job specialties = .;;- = Man and woman began their married result of
I now." Mrs. Watteison deL'lares.at .j More than Morning Worship 11 a. m === berg hospital as a

aa.aaaA..a..a.a.AA.a '.:-Ibutlng the decline of are available to Marines. Training: Union. 6:30: p. m __ __ = lEe ia diunh and according to God'iholy abdominal injuries.
ta Information received -
New Arrival I Hampton's business district to Evening Service 7:30.: Prayer According
I "'4r'
the re-routing of old State FORESTRY: SKKVICH I Meeting Wednesday. 7:30p. : word art Joined together. With here. Coley was servingas
Brown
Mr. and Mrs Lamar
i Road 13 I now U.S. 3011 aroundthe FIRE REPORT Rev. R. H. Butler "* squad leader of an M114
m t + = Bible the basis for the
announce the blrtn of a town many years ago and Two woods fire were reported >ts rarbP or t the as beginning APC [armored personnel] car-

daughter. Vonda Kaye on May I I I the Florida Forest pastor. : rier] which wouldn't] start
a disastrous fire that cciisum- by of a new Lf. together, it seems only
27. Mr and Mrs. Kenneth ;
1! ed most of the business dlst-i Service in Bradford Coup'v; HOPE BAPTIST CIIURCII Another APC was placed In
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Brown are the maternal| tilct and several residences inI '] last week with 2.3 acres; burn I reasonable that a continued study of front, and the sergeant was
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grandparents and Mr*. Florrle i I 1938. 'I led. Since January 1 th'!rc have [Highway 101)) at ThereRsul} God's word would strengthen and serve attaching battery cables whena
:Belle Brown paternal grandmother .
the
been J 113> fires with 773.1 acres' driver accidentally hit
A'tl'It\ erased to be ured asa Sunday School: 10 a. m. .
I tank the old brick\ building I burned, as compared with 65 as a guide to any couple. The Bible cm starter while the stal'.ol;! carrier -
Head Start 11 ,
Morning Worship- a. m
fires and 408.8 acres burned was In gear. Coley was
Head start; enrollment forms housed ipe"atd, a bv telephone Mrs Wa'lelsan'shusband company' 1: during the same period in Training Union-6bO:: p. m :, truly serve as a lie that will bind two pinned between the two APCs

are available] at the Post Office -]1, Luther and his pat'tner. 1' 1966. Evening Worsnlp 7:** Y 4 {h together in accord. The church as God's The 24-year-old sergeant is
If you have a child! who The county had in nvpfie'e' survived bY his wife Waltraud]
I L'cyVynn.' It also saw
was born in 1961 he will be I service a' a grapery; ""d: meat 11 of 1 87 Inches of rain during p.m. e!' .:4t a. I s agency on earth can help you Coley, and a son Ricky. of the

eligible] to attend:! Head Startat I the week ending Monday New I. Perlacher] Forst housing area
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market and even BS a restI BAYLESS IIIGIIWAY
| \ in Bible study and with the
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the Starke Elementary! I I River fire tower reported 1.6 ,r in Munich where he was stationed -
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drive in recent years BAPTIST CHURCH
School. It will begin June 19 I The Cltv of Hampton Purchased -I In.-he". fliKniaj.'l.) has 1 7. nnJITHERESSA r, guidance of the Holy Spirit ; his mother Mrs. C A.
.and continue through Aug. 11 : Andrews of Tampa I formerly
the building several ....................., Sunday School], 10 a. m.; -' r "
from 3:30: till 2::30. and you J years ago. Intending' to remodel Morning Worship Service. 11a. ;_;. K can help you to understand 1 of Starkel] ; two brothers To-

can start them anytime!: before I m.: Training Union 6'30 nev Coley. of Tampa! ; and
I it for pie, as a fire station, but God's will to your !if.! .
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your vacation or after itTransportation Wiley Coley of Mlchman: and
m. Evening Worship 7:30p. ,
the p plin never. materialized : p. : :
will, 1 b<3 pl'ovld-1 I I .sister Bertha Ree M.:Rae of
I As the building continues! !':! tJI m. And "*". tad char guntonHauotlf. /* *.. a

ed. ,I I deteriorate, the Cit declr.ed to ny Linda'" CrawfordIA..AA.AAA..A. I Prayer Meeting, Wed., 7:30: __ 6 a and totinfy thy I Brandon.
"Mrs Mary Wattcrxnn has O A. Wed., Sut. Coley had served In the
p. m : Meeting
act rid of it before it became a
:.:t found someone to c'ean off noise nee. I .AAAJAA. 7:30: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal. y T i tool in drought" and main tat 1 U. S. Armv for six yr'are. and
-the Santa Fe Cemetery and r I Hope Baptist Church yn v ,4 thy fcajt,.4r GIld thou Moll lie had recently re-enlisted. H*
K. B Wattei "n. who lives Wed., 7:30: p. m.: F.rother- n A ,
;would like for anyone who\ has I directly] arras the street, says Recreation is held each Friday 1 hood meeting, last MondayIn 'fit, a .waltrod garden, mnd had been In Oel many for four

loved ones thereto give do- "I'U miss having the old: bank night at the :eauo: : .unity each month. Rev. David l 'Ilk. a tprlng' of water, .whaMMf ,, months after serving' a \:'ear In

">iations toward this fund. building to look at. Hut maybe house. beginning at 7:30: p. m.Everyone Medelros. pastor _= r. fad" "o.w ,,,,jolt SS11ftk I Vietnam. Ha also had nrevlom

.Please contact her cmall: they'll put our new pnst office : Is invited to. come service of four years ''n Ger

"them and It will be appreciated. ; there-If we ever get one'," an; paitlclpate. I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I m many.
I -
services were heldon. :!
There will be a Fellowship STARKE Funeral
Personal : dinner at the community house : March 30. with burial at

Mr. and MM./! J. O. Adkini 1 '1'h" sixth crade spent' t last this Friday night. It starts at Sunday Brotherhood 1M CIootdo"I.fi"""'"had es..cy II.lhh. aeW lot.rwane.IM'-1Ito' d ek.hs c':\\t1N\ 'T1lF{}. Dorhelm Germany

'were vlritlnji:. Mr and Mrs. Joel Tue'fliv In Jacksonville visitIng 7:00: p. m.; the community Is Breakfast and Meeting, 7:30 1: tot-act it Nh Nand. lor. air.I........s art. .hrs h IrriOIt WI.......,.WJtMot : I

Smith in Jacksonvll'e'! last) the Civic Auditorium. invited. a. m. Sunday School. 045.: fnwii. to .ita. .ten'.. M, M .....- w wley" w vuy d .11I .. loot '; 9. ,I THANKS:

Tuesday Tvevn. and had lunch at the Sunday School 10 a. m.: Morning Worship, sermon ya.w .a d .es. hwds.u.1dI..MN. II...vii....1Ie..,......,ihwd.rl." s..e /i.: : CARD OF

The community vlphes\ to embers Restaurant. Morning Worship 11 a. m.: "There Ls A Lad Here" (John .... a tdlh.he.l* rho< M dMM. Kpfxt.. .Ita Oiwill .k .m Hit .. .Ik*....... !:J We wish to to offer the our manv Mn.>-
thanks
express sympathy to Mrs. Mr. nnd Mrs J. A. Williams Training Union 8:30: p. m.: 6:9': Training' Union, 615.: No M. .Aisle. IM em .fMIWf. HyiM iwflff. Macaw" IVtry pee IMvM" pfctM. Wrf piV vere '
consoled anti helped
Knnl Home In the passing ofher anrl family and Mr. and Mrs.Authur I Evening/ Worship' 7:45: p. m: I evening! worship; due to :Baccalaureate Mi I : Service. .hwl... .1dI.... ..w..."II Iw.a tlet II W. us through;:
father! Alt Hill on Tuex- Redding/ attended beloved husband
e._.a4..*.. death or our
day. May 23, in Douglas, Wyoming Oroover family reunion at the Service: Monday-Trustees fleeting. and lather. The Allan Carlton

Tome of E. B Crosby In 5 p. m. RA meeting.' 6:30: p. m. family.

Mr. and MM/!. Wayne Mat- Brooker last Sunday' l 1't'l'Ilonal" Deacon's Meeting. Youth Choir

chett and family arrived I Mr. and Mrs Dave McCar- I I Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Alvarez] Practice, 7 p. m.TuesdayWMU.

Monday front NeW York for a I ver. Mr. and Mrs. Genre Williams .1 and family enjoved a Sundayat executive This Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the Following THE RIGHT POINT for the

visit with Mr. and Mrs M. M. and Chmlle! Baker vis- Cape Kennedy. board meeting, 11:15: a. m. write. Come in
way you
:Matchett i ited Ml and Mrs' L A. Wlgtrins I Jimmy Swindell, of Hell- WMU general meeting with Civic-Minded Business Firms and select your favorite ES-

'Mrs Oertjude Slade and I 1 in Jacksonville. on Sunday bronn Springs!" visited Mr. and covered dish luncheon, 12 TERBROOK fountain pen.
Mrs T P Brown spent: from WhIle there they visited Mrs Walter Swindell, Sunday. noon. Miss Josephine Jones.
FAULKNER
Thursday till Monday with'! Jacksonville Bt':1I'hl1d: were Kirby Swindell: of Palatka.] guest speaker. BUSH'SGULF STARKE BUILDERS

'Mr and Mrs QorrlolWeest ifcle to go through one of was a supper guest at the Wednesday! Superintendents SINCLAIR SERVICE SERVICE

,and family in Miami. I Eastern!: Alt! Lint let planes: at home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cabinet Meeting 6:30: p. SUPPLIES, Inc.

S\\ IndeU. Saturday night. m. Prayer Meetlnl7:30.;\ : U-HAUL CENTALS Tune-ups Brake Repair

,. 1 Mr and Mrs. Walter Swin- Church Choir Practhe. 8:15.: I 1 Festurtn' _' Ae. Hardware
..,:tf'/ij dell and. famlly.vislted Mr. and Thursday Visitation, 10 '* Truck s:- 'Trailer J : 'Wheel" Balancing.Mont' : Complete Paint Supplier

j I ton.Mrs. recently.Leroy Rhodan, of Ham a. m- and. 7 p. m. Complete Lubrication l ; .. Complete' ;Line of Bait and Sporting: Good J3y

I Minnie Rhodan of Starke. TWO"GRADUATE l\linor"Tane-ups' : : :. and :Tackle, "In..Bradford_ "CHECK WITH us FIRST"
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l.
CONTRACT was a guest at the home of FROM; BOB JONES \ 1 "
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2'6i: 'N./'Templ Ph. 964-7391 219 Washington St. 904-0270 u
Mr. and Mrs. Walter ''Swin Clyde Dale Bradley of Route 709 S. Walnut. t Ph. ,: _> _* ..:......; 't
dell Saturday afternoon 1, Starke and Patricia Maye rf

PAINTINGNo J d I Sidney Orlffls Jr. and Cuendet. of Keystone Heights, DOYLE CONNER Edwards Grocery & Lawson Meat MarketAND

i daughters. Brenda and Carol. were among 27 FlorMa students COLD STORAGE

were dinner guests at the graduating Wednesdayfrom Insurance Agency Mkt. Ask. .

1 i home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.. Bob Jones University. W. Specialize In Custom Slaughter

Job Too Large Griffis and family Sunday. Greenville, S- C. S-A-V-E Groceries-Meats-Feeda Inc. cuttlnlrVrapplnc- Charley r

Mr. and Mrs. John Easley] Bradley Is the son of Mr With Your Mutual Agent Gas & Oil Prepared For Deep Frees III ,,l
No Job Too Small of Helena. Ark. were guests' at and Mrs. Clyde Bradley. He E.
PHONE IMH-7O59
'( the home of Mr. and Mrs:,. received a Bachelor] of Arts degree 222 N. Temple Ph. 961-7369 Ph. 961-5312 Starke, Fla.

I I E. Dampier Sunday. from the School ol Religion -
Johns
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hall Jr. and J Is a member of DeWITT C. JONES
STANLEY LYONS I and family went to Crescent I PI Oamme Delta Literary Society Starke 66" Service 1 fir"

I I Bench Sunday._ BILL EDWARDS k FUNERAL I HOMES; About this question :

4 P. O. BOX 31 Patricia Is the daughter: of Starke Ph. 961-6200
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the airport In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Cuendet Brake Service-Wheel Balance OF STARKE, INC. "A most tragic occurrence

MACCLENNY\ FLORIDA Mr and;!. Mrs. Foster Hayes and received a certificate of and Alignment Keystone Heights is to think you are incur

-1 attended the graduation of I completion from the oi.e-year U.S. 301 NORTHPh. Ph. 473-3176 ed then when a loss

their nieces daughter of Mrs. business course in the Schoolof 612 N. Temple Ph. 961-72.11 .
961-7600 Starke, Fla. occurs, discover that your
Call Collect for I Mrs. R. P. Futrlll and Kaye I Business Administration insurance has
lapsed Can
Patterson daughter of Dr. and She wa a member of Chi Sigma -

Any Information Mis. Robert L. Patterson. Phi Literary Society. Charley E. Johns Sinclair Refining: Co.W. Hurst Shell Service this happen if premium"*
I are not paid when due?
Kaye is a former resident of Agency L. Thomaa, Distributor
259-3084-Macclenny Hampton.
II Funeral services were held TilE RIGHT POINT for the 131 8. Walnut Ph. 964-0070& 0LJV1:8KF.ROSENID: !: CARL HURST Charley E. Johns

Tuesday in Palatka] for Mrs. J. way you write. Com. in OF"ER"L INSURANCENoboily Fuel Oil and Greases

A. Ivey. a sister-in-law] of Mrs- and select your favorite ES- a. Hwy. Sll: ( & 100 Ph. 964-6111 Agency
I I TERBROOK fountain pen. But Nobody Underell' Ph. 4-6248& 131 S. Walnut St.
T. F Brown and visitor to j ails 8. Walnut Btarka! I
I Hampton many times. I, Charley 10.' John AeiwV j,I PHONE 9645070I

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