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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 8, 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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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bradford School Board ,. Deciding the city should not be in the equipment

Tuesday morning, prob-- GraduationSet rental business, Starke's City Council raised the rates

ably the last instructorsthat '. Tuesday night to equal those of private industry as a

can be hired without deterrent.

threat of being accused of FridayFor 'Personally, I feel the city is not in the equipment

unethical actions under J rental business," Councilman Neil Tucker said, "We

th'e Florida Education As r buy equipment for our own use. But if we do rent it

sociation's sanctions. k -+r.-. > .4 I SeniorsCommencement we should get the same as anybody else."

Supt. Tom Casey.. said principal Rental rates on the city's
transmission would hold'up..
had for the
negotiated
dragline were increased to $50
; exercises for The council had specified a
three In May before' the FEA'seanetlons minimum. for a four hour period
were announced. 172 Seniors, second largest or any fraction of the four certain transmission, or Its

Employment of the three graduating class in the history hours plus $12 50 per hour. equal, and received the latter.

leaves the county with 13 of Bradford High, will 'be held Identical rates were set on the Although both the manufacturer :-
teacher vacancies. for the 1967- at 8 General Motors, and the
: : p.m. Friday In the high 'polecat, the city's $20,000
68 school ,term all of which ) school auditorium.It electric department truck witha firm from which the garbage

will be affected by FEA sanctions will climax a hectic week hydraulic lift for utility line truck body was purchased said

Casey said. Six vacan for the graduates. starting repair. the substitute met all requIre-
cies exist In the allImportantareas with the traditional Baccalaureate ments the council has been
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barkhoewas
Minimum on the
of science, four, and in the auditorium Sunday hesitant.
set at $37.BO plus $1250
math two, at Bradford High night, after which a group of hour. A charge of $15 Councilman. Merrltt Williams
School, and one In band. Two Seniors left for per per was still uncertain and abstain:
to 'M tw 1 .. jftF t, an all-night hour will be mad for use 'of '
openings are left at Lawtey bus trip to Miami, from where the city's tractor and mowerto ed from voting: Tuesday night
where one of the three ,teach- they embarked Monday on a Councilman Wiggins Tucker
hired. ., clean lots. and Jimmy McRae were still
ers was -- --- four day trip to Nassau.
Other schools may also have City Policeman Harnlil Crows examlni the scene on North Tangle Avenue where a 3U-Joar-old Ualncsvlllo man, Houston The traveling graduates will The city's minimum charge concerned but voted to accept

vacancies this summer If openIngs O.teen. was fatally Injured when biN car struck a power pole. return to home base Friday, had bean $10 compared to $50 (the truck on McRae's motion.

develop as they have In just in time for a brief rest for private businesses. Many The new truck will be put

the past 2nd Car Hits Same Place before donning caps and gowns persona have ,been taking ad- Into operation Immediately on
of the city's
The three teachers hired for that final walk down the vantage cheap a new twice per week garbage
'were Patricia //Trapp and Anne aisle. rates, one councilman said pick-up announced by Utllltlot

Warren at Hampton, and Mrs. Following graduation, ,the when Utilities Supt. Oscar Supt. Oscar Davis and approved -
Rosala Brown at Lawtey. Parent-Youth. Association will Davis asked the council members by the council Tuesday

Resignations were accepted Crash Into Pole Proves Fatal take over to make It a mem- how they felt about rent- night. Commercial pickupswill

from six teachers: Mrs. Norma orable) night for graduates witha ing the bet if looked in
Jean Clark, countywide; Lelia i I dance for Seniors and their "I'Jl you he said Residential. pick-ups
Evans, Anderson. Junior High; _- dates In the Starke armory the minutes you could find at have been made ,three times

Leon Rills, BHS, Paula Har from 11 to 2 a.m. This will ,be leant half a dozen Instances week. -
into per
crashed the
TwQ cars the
utility poles in same Oatcen was traveling south taken to the Bradford County when tho Council has gone on
riett and Martha Sterling, spot on North Temple Avenue (U.S. 301)) this week ward toward followed by a theatre party record opposing private work Reducing the number of
Hampton and Linda Culver, Starke 4n his Hospital and was sent on to from 2 to S a.m., viewing a big reason fort
pick-ups was a
fatally injuring a Gainesville man, W. W. Houston 39:> 1962 Cadillac with city equipment, Council-
Lawtey. which was a total the medical center but died double feature program at the purchasing the new garbage

Six teachers were approvedfor in the first of the two accidents Saturday.. June :3..-. wreck A witness Edward before he reached It. Florida Theatre. Refreshments man Orle Wiggins stated. .truck, Davis said. Pick ups\
"I think a $50 minimum
part-time work this sum Traveling alone, Osteen will be served at the ance.! made and
of will be on Monday
Sapp Starke, mer In the Adult Education, struck the power pole at 6:55: two Cubans, struck the replacement Uuccaluurearie would! be the 'biggest deterrent the west side of
on
Program to begin July 1: Mrs. a.m. Saturday.. He died on the for the polo usteen. Bill Chambers the Cadillac Power and' Light lines and pole The auditorium was filled ," he added: emphatically. Temple Thursday Avenue and Tuesday

Bernice Baternan, Miss Della&ft..n'herl way to the University Medical broke completely off at 3 p.m. turned Into the outside lane was estimated. at $3,000.Jjnie to capacity Sunday night when Wiggins went on to make tpe and Frlday--on the -east side.

/ Mrs. Carolyn von ,Center Gainesville-Th pole Tuesday,<.-,4une:(', :. f...,Ttfiith hn. r.to ''pass semi: truck- the
Houscr Mrs. Linda Grantham, was broken, completely off. driver, Jose Ramon LopeuOifiton er.' The truck did not stop. driven by Lopez-Gaston struck of the Madison Street Baptist and It received unanimous ap In other action, :
Civil Defense
Police have not been able Osteen struck the west curb the power pole from aid: Mrs. James Shiner. Program 38, and his passenger, Church, delivered ,the Bacca-
Director Larry Gibson to pin down a concrete reason Armando Jesus fledra /52; of ""the four-lane highway 76 lane and broke the smaller laureate address. Using the After a whispering session Director Frank Williams that

also requested, and was granted for the mishap, but think the both of Jacksonville, escaped feet north of the power pole. pole completely off. Front topic, "Standing Between Your as to whether or, not to ''bring he "teally appreciates" the Thank-cooperation -

permission to Increase registration Gainesville masonry contractor serious Injury when they The Cadillac, traveling at an end of the car was damaged Vision And Tour Task," the the subject up, the council, of the City. .

fees in adult courses must have fallen asleep.A truck the amaller replacement estimated 60 mph, crashed Into $300::' speaker cited examples of outstanding though still concerned over Ing Williams, Chairman Ruby

from $2 to $3 per course. .second car, occupied by the power pole straight on. The The passenger, reading! a men and women, of their action, accepted the new Johns said. "We like to hear
book at the time of the mishap truck purchased recently that sometimes
garbage
School Board employees and middle of Its front end was the past and present, who have
around sustained lacerattd face The truck has stood idle -Placed on the waiting list
persons taking: courses below dented as if wrapped a had a vision of the goal they
the seventh grade level do not In Med Center the pole. but both he and Lopez-Canton wanted to achieve and who allowed over a week while garbage two projects listed by Supt.

have to pay the fees. The car turned over once refused medical aid. no handicaps or hinder- has been hauled on flatbed Davis ....> painting the water

Bids from 23 companies for and came to rest on its top Lnpez-Caston was charged trucks because the council has tank and purchasing a tractor-

equipment for the DistributiveFood with the Injured Osteen hangIng with failure. to have his vehicle [Continued on Pg Two] not felt assured a substitute mounted trencher. The council

Service unit of the voca- 2 Gravely Injured out the window He was under control. cited a tight mohey' situation.
The trencher would cost about
tional-technical center were
opened and taken under advise- Supt. Casey ToldSchool $7,000, only $2OOO wan,budgeted -
The and the water tank project,
ment for tabulation.
will be purchased which Davis termed urgent
equipment In Auto CollisionTwo
with an emergency grant of $:),.000.Wa. .

$97.807. Supt. Casey said the Offices invited to a Florida

bids' should be awarded quickly .; Municipal Utilities Association

so if any money Is left It can Starke women were critically injured Saturday i; meeting in Ocala June 24.

be lined 'before the July deadline night when a car ran a stop sign causing: their vehicleto Accepted from City At-
Pierce a.resolution -
crash broad side into it, according to ,City Policeman it torney George
of severance -
a
Bradford County received against passage
the funds unexpectedly when, Bill Chambers. Still In DoubtHousing tax. The resolution will

other counties did not utilize Mrs. Alva Iona Werre, 41, t be sent to state legislators.

their quota. Is In. very critical condition at Gardiner and Myrtle. Refused to consider resuming -

Supt. Casey told the board with head injuries. She hit: > Neeley's. Mercury traveled -1 tf a public relations program
undergone two operations since the local radio station
that Jack Baggett to Paving the CaIs the accident Saturday night 134 feet down Myrtle Street for the School offices or $30,000 in lieu of WPXK on because of the
unwilling accept pav-
ing contract unless they .can but remain In the critical Intensive before it ran off the road way space in the new courthouse i is still in doubt, the Coun- tight money situation'

have ,the whole Job. Baggettwas care unit of the University cut back across Myrtle and ty Commission told School Supt Tom Casey Again Wed- -Requested City Clerk Merrill ,,

low and got the contractsto of Florida Medical topped in a yard. nesday Edwards to present any

pave four parking areas at Center. Mrs. Iris Mildred Me Neeloy Is. charged by the An plans on the new count- we're Junt trying to figure out bills to the council at the
Rae 43: Is In serious condition
,
Lawtey Junior High, Anderson very City with failure to yield the I house have pro rOfl ed Casey some way to help" Commissioner meeting immediately following
and tlll in the n-t l
Junior High, Starke Elemen- right-of-way and causing an has asked the Commission several Zcdr Hamilton assured tho dale they are received
tary, and Bradford High center as a result of Injuries accident reckless driving, driving times just where the the superintendent.; Councilman Merritt Wllllami

School. But Columbia Pavingof from the wreck. while Intoxicated, running School Board stands. In regard "Of course, you've received said he has complaints/ 'that

Lake City was low on the Assistant Chief Ken Fuqua a stop algn, and contributing ,to off Ico space' Ho had never timber taxes" the commissioner Homo bills were pill! l late.
new BHS track. aid' ''that according to med ,to the delinquency of a minor received a definite answer, but your Jokingly asked Clerk Edwards said some bills

Casey said Columbia la wll- center reports Mrs. McRae is His case has been. postponeduntil the commissioners have several Casey Intimating the school take a tow days to work from

paralyzed from the waist down, June 20 Front end of, Osteen' car IK mule .rvldrnre of tile force times promised the School offices could be constructedwith the department where they are
Continue Cm Page Twol but doctors) expected her to but ho
f received to his office,
with which II struck the power pole. The 'car flipped. over, Board $30,000 If tho moneycan that money.
recover. be found: But the School would present thorn as soon as
A $32,513 budget for the
Driver of the 1962 'Mercury landing on its top.
them.
Board has no space Included Bradford County Library was he got
which ran ,the stop sign\ from AccidentBlacks to consult with
REGISTER -. In the new courthouse, he was submitted to the Commission, -Agreed
Myrtle CaryEdmund Street onto .west"Madl-Neeley .Jr. vT : 5j :" '.. 1j j *,:. r'h, "'"'*: told yesterday. I hut the library delegation was their engineers In ''the future
son bids
Out # "WttS>*.'''< Right now, Commissioner on specifications for any
21 U.027.ISO bond resulting '* ; **" .Jfili told county cannot afford that
paid a
NOW from five charges ,\ .... rz. !f'';. J.;.. J ".1 ')\' Jerome Johns told Casey, it umount. Mrs. Grace ditch a on which there Is doubt.

against him and was released Five Towns q .j 'I .""Of'" .,,. ," h.; ... ., looks as If the county board member of the Library Board, Instructed, oil McRae'ssUlgeBtlun

FOR SUMMER from the city Jail Monday J \..,: ,' ,'I'' ,1 1M will have only $30,000 left told the commissioners the various department
Five town. and' the Law- > construction of tho new heads to present their drew
"
! afternoon. 1,. aGor t' : '.'\ ;'-; "u'a' after budget covered the type of council
'" had lacerations of tey llmenlte mine weN ., .',- *; a tfby courthouse with no funds other program "we would like to budgets shortly so the
.
M PROGRAMSAt Neeley without electric power for ,f". than that for furniture. But have" can prepare its 67-68: budgeton
In
the head and a passenger :
almost an hour Saturday "' :.r.> .... .":, several commissioners, assured Miss Beth Deane of the time.
his bruised car, Harold Roy shoulder Foeter, 16, morning when a pole, on 1'; .,' ,. '>>,.i the superintendent they would Santa Fe Regional Library in -Was assured by Clerk Ed-

BUS a The 1964 right Chevrolet, driven Florida Power & light'smain make every attempt to find Gainesville, of which the Brad- wards that In which plenty to of advertisethe time remains

transmission line wax the money. ford County Library Is a sub
Werre headed
by Mrs. was
broken In two colliding said offices the School election on July 18 to appoint -
,
by a Casey sidiary, told the Board that
And RJE went on Madison Street (SR- the clerk and police chief.Examined .
100)) when ,the accident occur automobile. r Board has planned in the U3O services will have to be cut If hero delin-
!: a
Town without service be constructed -
Building can the funds are not provided
red. Neeley ran the stop sign
IIIGII SCHOOLS from Myrtle onto Madison alt from 6:44: to 7:30: a.m., due 1 for the 30000. Services were cut this post quent accounts presented by
to the arrlft. nt, were' Baldwin the $63,000 county the clerk. Tucker noted that
about 45 mph, according to > Bids on ( year, she nald. The bookmobile -
Patrolman Chambers causing Callahan, Miwolenny. agriculture complex will be made rounds In Bradford the number of names on the
,
Late City! amt Live Oak. at the CommlHslon' list has not' diminished but the
the Chevrolet to hit' the Merc- opened County once per month In-, owed the
Power off In July 5, It was de amount of money
ury in the left side was an area next meeting etead of twice the number of '
This Space Contributed north of Starkn' (served Johns tld Casey city has.
The Chevrolet traveled 46 bya cided. Jerome new books was cut and salaries -
Weekly to Publicize feet from the point of impact: 1 local, Fl'l One) for an that will give some indication the local library staff was -Received a letter communities of appre-

Community Events by at the Intersection of Myrtleand even longer period, from if the contract prices will run chopped. ciation from the
for
and Grandln
of Florahome
6:46: to 10:27.: near the estimated cost If Commissioner Jerome Johns
The CommunityState were thrown Madison.out.Both women FPL officials estimate construction costs run a little said' according to a 1963 agreement the city's gift of the old Ireo.

Bank Mrs. Werre landed In the their coat due to the aorlrtsnt less he said, the county might with the Santa Fe Reg- BASEBALL

middle of Madison Street 48 at 93,000, mainly for -- s'L make up the $30,000 in that ional Library, the county has LEGION SETS FIRST GAME
the purchase of auxiliary manner."I the choice of giving one mill
feet from the of
point
Accounts insured Impact
now !! He askew after being broken completely of The American Legion :Baseball -
Mrs. McRae was thrown into power from a Jacksonville Broken powe pole Just wanted to kind In taxes or $1 per capita population. .-
up to SI5,000 by
Federal Deposit Insurance where aha landed In a soft their line wa down. Light crews erect a smaller replacement, but It too wa hit trying to press a point too The Commission Indicated game on Tuesday. June 13, at
stadium at 8 No
the BHS nv
p.
Corp. recently dug flower Chambers I.rt.r, hard, Casey emphasized. .
bed and three days
broken J Just
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SSgt: Jerry Lawson ol EgUu I Misses LuAnne and Mizelle the forms too late to select -Heard Sanitarian Jack Weight Training SCHEDULE I
AFB Fort Walton, spent the DuBose of Jacksonville are their own schools. for the comIng Trawlck report 'that the Flor- BHS GraduationSet OF SERVICESST.
weekend with his parents Mr. visiting their grandparents. year.:, Ida Hydrocarbons Co. has low- Program Set
and Mrs. Ewell Lawson. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez Approved for application a ered a gas line to six feet Coach
I r Mr.and Mrs.\' L. M. dairies and Sr. for two weeks. $7,948 project,for library books under Water Oak Creek to allow By Hursei EDWARD'S CHURCH
Friday
family were visiting Mr. and Friends of Mrs. H. B. Mc- and printed material. Of that the creek to ,be dug out Spjii. i Starke
Mrs. Bill Underbill In St. Lervdon: will be interested to" amount $3,643 will be spent (!for drainage. Negotiations' are Weigh -' training classes: Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m.
MOOTY Petersburg over the weekend. know that she entered Orange for"..new books, $1,283 for also in process with the American A(Continued from Pegs One supervised by Coach ()avid Thursday Mass: 6:39: () p. m.

Phone 904-7603 Mr. And Mrs. A. O. LoudonJr. OeneraJ Hospital in Orlandofor audld visual materials, and Telephone and Telegraph ances to stand In their way Horse will be held each day Miraculous Medal Novena
and son were visiting relatives surgery on Thursday. $385yf6r periodicals. Co. on. a trunk tine that crosses The in the ,BHS field house from Saturday 7 p. m.
IRS Chorus "Give
1 In Tampa over the Mrs. E. F. Bollinger of Okayed payments to con / the creek. Thanks .ailg 4 until 9 p.m. All boys from Confessions: 5 p. m. and i i
I/Irs.' E. W. Hayes. Mrs. W Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faulk- weekend. Starke Mrs. Myrtle Price of tractors of $2,497 for the -Agreed to use count) Band and the High School age 12 up are Invited to par p. m.
K. Ttorode. Mi-s. P. W. Strick ner of Jacksonville were week- Miss Jean Mundy left TUes- Gainesville and Mrs Annie Brooker School $34,226 for, equipment to repair a washoul{ marches.played the traditional ticipate. There Is no fee for ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH
land, Mrs. Donald Thornton, end guests of Mr. and Mrs. day for Chapel Hill N. C. to Jackson of Florahome have Hampton, and $34,802 for the' In the Keystone Airport RoadIn benediction The Invocation and this training. Keystone Height

and Mrs. J. E. Harder and Paul Faulkner.Mr. study for her doctor's: degree been admitted to the Starke vocational-technical center all I exchange for a quantity of: W. A. were given by Rev. Coach Mike Sexton will be Sun ay Mass: 7:30 a.
Hogan pastor of the m.
daughter Janet attended a and'' Mrs. O. A Gay were in physical education. Home. now under construction. clay from the Keystone City
Nursing I v .Firat Baptist Church.At In chargeofa basketball program -t' Wednesdayr: Moss and No.
tea honoring Mtos fine) Deal, visiting his -sister. Mrs. Myrtle Mr. and Mrs. Fred fcoen- Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- --Heard Supt. Casey read a Council. vena 7 p.m. _
bride-elect at the home of Wolfmeyer, in Gainesville on necke of Fredericksburg, Texas wire, Mr. and ''Mrs. C. T. Wade communique that Oov. Claude I -Set a hearing on a petition $Friday night's Commence for boys of junior high i ST. MARTS CHURCH
Mrs. Robert Chapman in Lake Sunday.Mrs. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Betty Register and daughter Kirk Is requesting a change In I to clone a road on the ment. Jim Godwin a high school age from 1:30 to 4:301p.m. : Macclenny

City on Saturday. Keith Reeves and son M. c. Wells for a week. Betty Ann, and Steve Til- the procedure of appointing advisory property. of Loren C. Brown honor graduate, will give the dally In the BHS gym i Sunday Mass: 11:30
: a.
Seeber Goodman and of Winter Park were \visiting' Mrs. Buzzy Green and:! chil- ley all of Starke, and Mr. committees for junior for July 5. address of welcome and David during the summer program,i m.
daughter, Janel are In Colum- I her parents. Mr. and Mrs. N. dren of Gainesville spent Sun- and Mrs. Ray Goldwire of colleges. The governor wants Instructed the county clerkto Sllcox, also graduating with / -
bia. Mo. to attend the gral-i i L. the first of the the recommendations for his ask of honors, will give the farewell
Woodburn 41ay to Wednesday with her Lynchburg, Va. attended ap a representative
II message. __ __ ____ ____
uatlon of Miss Harriet Good-1' week. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler McDaniel family reunion at proval. Bradford's Committeeto Allis-Chalmers factory to meet n

man from the University of I Mr. and !Mrs. X. M. Smith Jones while Mr. Green was in Twin Lakes Valdosta, Ga. on the Santa Fe Junior College with the Board on July 5 concerning Jayne. Hardy and LeVon Collin -
Missouri. and: family were visiting his Washington. D. C. and Virginia Sunday. has one member' S. O Denmark the condition of a $23,- members of the graduating BILL POWELL REAL ESTATE

Mrs. Victoria HarrcN; of I' mother Mrs. H. T. Smith, at on business. Also visiting; Local admittances to Brad- whose term Is expiringthis 000 grader recently purchased. class will sing the class ,,
Miami is a guest of Mrt; Hen Santa Fe Lake over the week- the Jones this week, are Mr. ford County Hospital this. week summer Chairman Dave Shuford said song, "Walk With A Song In'' TO
rietta Hunt this week. and Mrs. Ivan Kyte of Baltimore include: John Hlmble, Tina --Wei-e'told the county cus< the grader has been !broken Your Heart." I J

Mrs, Lillian Jackson former I end.Mr.. and Mrs David Mont- Md. They all attendedthe Johnson and Mrs. Martha todlal personnel are Invited to down more hours than it has Presentation of the graduates BUY SELL TRADECALL
manager of Eagle's Depart- gomery were Sunday dinner graduation of a nephew. Thomas of Keystone Heights; a sanitation and school house- been in operation. and awarding of diplomas -
ment Store, has moved to Pa- guests of \her parents Mr. and Mike Higrginbotham. in Callahan Blair Harrison and Guilford keeping clinic June 2d! and 30 Shuford Called 'voting to purchase will be by School Supt. T. ,,I : 961-6161J
laka. and Mrs. Robert Kclloy Mrs. H. L. Tolbert in Lake Monday night. Arnold of Lake Butler; Mrs. sponsored by the State Departmen the grader, $7,000 cheap. L. Casey Supervising Principal:
of Lake City has been appointed -, Mrs. Keith GlUlngham and Shirley Weaver of Florahome; of Education. er than a competitive bid. "the C. M. Clark, and Senior High AFTER HRS: 533-2018
manager City.Rev. daughter. Kathy, of Jacksonville 1 Michael Waters of Lawtey; -Approved for applicationthe worst mistake I've made since Principal H. A. Sprow. III
here.'I'I and Mrs. Thomas I FUlford basic adult education, I've been WHITE BOX
have been visiting her Marshall Dobbs of ; on the Board. Rev. Robert D. Burch, : .0. 1089
Mrs. t* H- Stele and family of Carrollton. pastor (
of under seventh grade level
Williamson ,
parents Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mrs. Neva a
Lola Johnson returned Tues Ky. were Sunday guests of Sale, the past ten days. Hampton; and Mrs. Corene totaling $1 ,002. The programwill of the First Presbyterian' i VISIT: 401$ W. MADISON ST.
day from two weeks at the Mrs. W. B. Mundy and visitedhis Dale Include six Church, will give the invoca-I
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bond Broughton, Mrs. Clara part-time THE RIGHT POINT for the STARKE
Futch summer home at Clay aunt Mrs. 'Leona Sapp in moved to Sylacauga Ala. on Mrs. Ruby Grlffla Mrs. Carrie teachers and a director. It is way you writ. Cohie In and lion and the benediction. The t&

ton Oa. Bradford County Hospital. Tuesday.Mr. Rhoden, Mrs Eva Freeman funded under the federal Eco- elect. you' favorite ESTKIt- BHS Band will\ play 'Hlgh- ; FARMS ACREAGE
.... .
:Mrs Linnle Woods Patrick nomic Opportunity Program -
and -
Ronnie Parsonand BROOK TELE-
Mrs. fountain
,, pen. light From Camelot" Estate: Broker 1101 MUse ES COMMERCIAL: :
daughter of Clarksville, Taylor, R. C. Crews, Mrs through the State 'Dept. of GRAPH. I
HEALTH FACTS Tenn. spent Saturday to Wednesday Irene Brooks. Ernest Grldor Education. ---- -
with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Doris Miller, all of -Agreed to ask !bids for I -
NERVOUS TENSION and Mrs. Elden Mathews. Mr. Starke. typewriter and office machine
Mrs. J E. Tomlinson, Mrs maintenance ..nd service for
and Mrs. Parson graduatedfrom
is another one of the many complaints that Austin Peay State College Linda Johns Mrs. Sidney Jack- 1967-68. Carp's Convenient LayAwaySmall

respond favorably to Chiropractic care. Sedatives or on Friday night. son, and Mrs. Bobby Chaff -Agreed to call for bids on
tranquilizors may ease; the tension temporarily but :Mr.: and' Mrs. Daniel Alvarez ,have been added to the City $30,000 of science and reading Deposit Will Hold Your Choice

permit the condition to become progressively worse. have returned from two weeks Clerk's office staff. Former laboratory equipment for the PLAZA
Mrs. N. B. Rosier new 'A' Building renovation.The : E FREE GIFT WRAPPING
employees
Only the removal of the nerve pressure by a properly tn Indianapolis. Ind. where STARK DAY
Lewis will from the
la at the funds come
trained and will such Mr. 'Alvarez attended 'the working

conditions. equipped Chiropractor correct Conditioning Central Heating School and and Bryant Air received -- Joyner Lumber' Is Co.at, the and retail Mrs. lumberyard Jewell Act.National Defense Education OPF FR ;D&& &Y: Sale Will Last Through Monday June 12thOFOURBIG49th

Your Chiropractor is a Specialist in this field. Phone In Green. Cove Springs. Okayed a request from P M. ,
his diploma. They also
him for an appointment today. attended the Indianapolis 500 Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Red- Principal Jim 'Temple to em I FR A.M.
dish and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. ploy 60 'work-study students :
LAST 3 DAYS
TOMORROW NEVER COMESA race on Memorial Day.
Norman and their children through June this summer at
:Mrs. Rhoda Dampler was .> spent Sunday at Cedar Key. : a cost of $4,500 and 80
( public service of the North East Florida the Selective Service State Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Rich- through July and August at

Chiropractic) Assn.' ) Headquarters in St. Augustine arde visited Mr. and Mrs. Lyle $100 per month a total of ,

on business Monday .' Buck and family in Palatka on 6000. I 1n

Saturday. The Rlchardes had Okayed the transfer 01
w""d71g$, a as Sunday visitors Miss Betty property record. from the I
McCutchon: of Jacksonville Adult Education Program to
BING CROSBY says, and Lt. Henry Rlcharde of the new: vocational-technical
Cecil Field cents Lawtey Principal Russell !
: Mrs. Joe Wise Jr. of Gaines- Bedell wUl be employed e yI,Inc. ISIS v.I.ptto e.. ur
: "Take it from a guywho's grow to AS ttortai W. thank you
,,, ville was a Tuesday guest of over the summer to supervisethe for your valued patron*!* end
r Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan.Mr. transfer and Inventory of| ; hop I-.p* you roHln'II rM with Its"C'Slurp".rp."?t Ip

in and Mrs. Bob Williamsof school property.
n specialist relaxing I
Athens, Ga. were visiting

a 1'N 't get him a LA-Z-BOY forFather's friends the weekend.and relatives here over School Offices

Mrs. Audy Hinson Jr. and Special Purchase 1! k.
baby son have returned to ;
he'll love
Day. Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga. Still In Doubt
after two months visit with / FATHERS DAY
you for it!" her parents, Mr. and Mrs JII. I' .ee A ,e41A, DAN RIVER & KLOPMAN 4 IunE 18TH

Dennis. [Continued From Page Onel] PERMANENT PRESS FABRIC 4
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Townsendof
Richmond, Va. were last I some dissatisfaction with the let t- 1 t tSport
Thursday overnight guests of cuts made in services here. Tlje

v w I' P ,w Rev. and :Mrs: R. D. Burch. county will probably como Shirts .
MIl Bobby Wiggins of closer to providing $1 per j .

Bainbridge, Md. Is home on capita ,than one mill, which .{ ,rs s
rl
ten days leave before going; to would be over $40,000 since
Computer School at Alexandria. the new evaluation) It /was indicated Perfect gift for Dadl Choose from f V"

Va. Dan River woven plaids or Klop- 41 4, ,
Father's DayJunelStfi a Mr. and Mrs. George W. The Board decided to take man's Dacron and cotton solid $ ? t
t<
7 Brown and Mrs. Norman Rig. the budget under advisement"for colors. These ere nicely tailored, $Z.99 'ta! u
/ don and children of Mandarin a few days; then notifythe full cut body sport shirts--a great 2 k r isvr
visited Marineland on Sunday.Mr. library ,by letter. buy at this special purchase sale Values
price. Complete range of sizes } a
Johns
Renner Commissioner Jerome
and Mrs- E. P. -M-L-XL 1 t
spent last 'week at Fort Walton also questioned the $47,000 -' /
J ) Beach. charged by State Road Department .
Mra 1.rte' 1. Sherrod HamIlton this for mainten-
Mr. and Mrs. year ,
'* and three sons were visit- ance on the county's 76 milesof our regular $2.99 each ; *' 'I. ,
ing relatives In Winder Ga. primary road. That Is over / "

r from Saturday to Wednesday.Mr. $400 per mile Johns pointedout. Permanent Press -
4 yzwl. and Mrs. Ulman Jonesof He asked County Attorney
Floral City were last Friday Theron Yawn to see if some SHORT 'SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS r
visitors of Mrs. W. B. Ale> and- way can be found for the
:' ); : p-- er. county to break the malntenance Save utmost SI on this
SRD. special' and enjoy a tine r
with the
agreement quality, ..,51' ere dress Ihlrt.Dacroncotton $ MEN'S NO IRON
r Ae The work now is charged blend. in white 2 for 5
3 TeachersAre agailntrt/ the county's 7th, and only. ire 14ft to 17. t l Slacks I I
e 'Ts k htr 8th cent gasoline tax funds
which accrue for primary road

: t 1 r Employed construction and is held by the \ Y.SHIRTS-8RIEFS-SHORTS any $220 k > our reg,

elate. li our regular top quality m"'a" 3 'lor $5.99 $468Thl.
"There is) lots in the State underwear on lI'e' for our Annlvanaiy.

. [Continued From" Page One] Road investigating Department" Johns that said need I, Save $1.31 on this smart Ivy styled

r t'styl. 739 .. ling to take on the entire pro- "We are still paying on SR- SPECTACULAR BUYI! f easy- car blend* n slick': navy,and olive poly end*

ject for $23,687 a $702 reduc- 100 and U.S. 301 north and ""''g" Sl''e. 29 to 42.
1' '
Deck k Oxfords f d "
tion from their bid price. The south." Hen's <*

split contract between Bng In other aotlon, the Commission MEN'S NO IRON
[b ra xfkl in [[ID@V gett and Columbia now total : 9' 8
Shorts
to Walk
$18,001. -Agreed use county Valusqi i $18
The .board screed, at Casey's equipment and labor to grade

RECLINAROCKER suggestion, to "let it ride a areas for five paving projectsthe 4y Newest In naat 1 Ivy summer styling.colors Sues SO33<
A special buy of white only decks
. e few days. School Board has recently yy r 29 to 40. U
In other action the board: let. with canvas uppers and squeegeesole.
Now. Dad can Isle It east after a hard. cliys work Where In UsIjZBor Agreed ,to include, if possible Decided to proceed despitethe '. Sues. alt to 12. -., our reg. $3.99BIG

Rcclins-Rooker tie magical all.inone chair that lets SoOO in next year's bud- lateness of .the present BOYS' SIZES $1.77

him lawhatever his relaxing mood rocking 7V viewing get' ,to build a concrete area Legislative session to attemptto
..-- or> lull bed napping. 42 x: 78 feet at Brooker School have a local enabling act SEAMLESS MESH

And, Mother will welcome It, too, because there are 2S beautiful for a combination basketball passed to allow (the county to .r 27x48 to 30x50 OR SHEER NYLONSjr.rits's

y styles for her to choose from Early American, Contemporary tennis, and vollyball court. receive federal and state funds '
'
.* +. Tradition.' ; or Modern. And best of all, La-Z-Boy stylet feature Principal V. R. Ferguson said for ,watershed and recreation '+r RUGRIOT ::; 44c rtMt 1
r 'w the exclanlve Comfort Selector that provide 3poiilion leg rest the Brooker PTA will 'bear projects. The move has been M nn ntai4 I* IeNr;:n Ml* flaw, '
comfort tuilli or wiMeol, \ reclining: the chair. half the cost of the $1,000 pushed 'by County Soil Conservationist ae1 1

.Stye. 70$, facility. Bill Haas. LADIES PIECE ,
LISTS \Vhat more could a man ask for from
Agreed to let the county -Received an offer
fimwuem maybe another L-Z-Boy to BABY DOLL PJ'* r
.
i 4 Civil Defense unit have a radio Universal Medical Services $2.99-$3.99 Value

wARRawrv Mother can enjoys "Comfort tower the schools acquired Inc. of Cocoa to provide con- High fashion, hand caned rugs "with" :=* frtcot fcorty 'with;: S'1100
y Brent, \toot I from ithe Development Com- tractural ambulance service for extra heavy hi l lo nat. end nan.-akid Your $188 A'.Mn.-ieNS1'r.md. .. |
a &44 1 Jit say ,I... La-Z..,'* fMloty. sum Is backs Color tail and pre-shrunk In Choice .." l slsh' ........ M.L ......
k a* ..p...., .r .! IM apttM, **...1.! I... 'Vf. will be pleased to help you mission but have not used. the county. The firm pres- all the 'latest colon. ro:'w
e tit'' tx1w1.. wwk..M-' .n1 yen select. the right and fabric 'Was told by Supt. Casey ently serving Gainesville.
i'1.'M' .. style
: d + thOT of whk.n..hers. .e.pt
.y 'from the
.MIS. el' Backlai .." .hJpl,-f. to complement your home. that final papers on the addi- -Heard an opinion STRIPE & FLORAL VISCOSE TUFTED MISSES ROLL-UP
tional $500,000 bond Issue for county attorney that the county -
e the new high school will be board may not) lawfully give TOWEL ENSEMBLES CHENILLE SPREADS SLEEVE SHIRTS '
r
; signed Monday, June 12, in St. the Theressa Community Cen- 79c' and 89o our. r.t. ,1
.66c ..
BATH SIZE. ,_._._...
: Petersburg. Attorney George ter recreation funds ,to spend 49e' end SSe $4.29 $388 $1.79 $118|

Pierce said the bonds have as !it wishes. The county must HAND! TOWEL..?_. .M 36c M_ MI. ... anews non. wltfi'
: awes ... 'It r.- ;:..::: roemow been sold to Bsrcus-Klndred A dlopurse the money, the attorney 2So and 29e 16c A, |wen(l'!sop.ord Color with fact,luiunfrin prHruntt ., Ve>riu, vXlir, *. t..00: print' *.
In sear eholc WMfiaai ?
*
3 .,
LeMNY Co. of Chicago HI., fiscal said. WASH CLOTH-..,.,, and mtchJn* wattMbl
ee .Y, OOMewt agents for the board and the Refused a 'request from
would be deposited in the Chevron Oil Company ito J
money :
LADIES 3-PIECE OUR REG. S2.99-J4.99 Wash'n' Wear Shifts
the St. Petersburg Bank and drill holes on county right-of-
Trust Co. The Board took exception way In a search for phosphate.The LUGGAGE SETS LADIES HAXD3AGS "
: Style 731 Irs A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER ATe to depositing the Board has refused three ... -r .mu .. .. *
..L"fw. e 2
20
t "
there and Instructed the grounds $263Nt $388 n.99'
money similar requests on wet"11w: :'-
Supt. Casey to Inquire about that local land owners mightas $10 $15

hawing it deposited In Starke. well receive any benefits 55,5 .w k.. I VMMty U4a, tt** Our with. ..,_1 tnwwt_..y ee teMtlMl .'.t...tfttrMTfJ tholei/seenucker fine, plaids woven, end abrtce cords.'In Aaaorted stripe- <<

: DENMARK FURNITURE CO. Assigned 236 students who from the drilling. Just ki Time .i.n'-.1..sows:.= wtR..". euhm..e..e. CKalM" Thty' M* .tytsj.".*..r.Don., *"t rM fni..*,>. utns.. .f II e| colors. Wear tee with or without belt.
free- tor Sues 10 to J
were late returning their Refused a $80 membershipin Vacations -- -" .. .
dom of choice forms to various Chamberof pL
Phone 964-5827 the Florida State
434 W. Call St.
schools. The students returned Commerce

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_THURSDAY JUNE R, 1967 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA: PAGE TIIKEB
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NormAn, Lawtey, a daughter.
I Church Groups I Beta Sigma Phi Recent Births Klrrrberly Ann, June 5.

Honor BHS Grads i Members Hear Mr. and Mrs. John C. Greene Mr. and Mra. Thomas Sidney
i announce the adoption of a Whlsenant, Starke, a son,
: With Parties Foreign StudentMembers son, John Curtis Greene Jr., Timothy Sidney June 6
born 30 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L.
May
I Several church groups honored 'I of Beta Sigma Phi Potts, Keystone Heights, a

GLADYS MOOTY their BHS senior graduated sorority held their last meeting Bradford County Hospital son June 7
before the vacation al
over the weekend. summer
announces tho following births:
Phone 964-7608 The Methodist the home of Mra Randy Johns'
: WSCS held a, ,
Mr\ and Mrs. Otis Tctitone TilE BRADFORD
breakfast Sunday morning In Monday night May 29. I
Brooker, a son, Otis Jr., June COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Fellowship Hall for 11 grad S L Peek Jr. was one of 4,
uates. The yellow and white the guests at the meeting and, i 11pra Mr and Mrs. Ray Ooolaby, I Published every Thursdayat
senior colors :towed slides of several European 138 W.
were carried out Starke a daughter, Tracy. Call St.,
In the table countries he has toured in I
decorations. The Michelle, June 1. Starke, Fla 32091
U-shaped table carried a garland recent years M CharlesREGISTRATION
Mr. and Mrs Billy
of ivy down Its length Miss Della Rosenberg, Stud- !I Second class postage paid
I Interspersed with graduate ent Guidance Counselor at : at Starke, Fla.
dolls. The head table held an Bradford High School Intro- SET AT LAWTEY Subscription Rates:
arrangement of yellow and duced another speaker for toe Registration for first grade
In trade area: 4400 peryear
while flowvrs, and two larger ... <\ I, evening, Aldo Zelaya, a foreign I at the Lawtey Junior HighSchool ; $2.25 six months.
I arrangements of yellow and .) "",,,,' : ..\(..."'.,' exchange student from will be held Tuesday,
t k white gladioli and pompoina 'II-.: .J..Ii"" :' />.. ....-11 Paraguay, South America who June 13, from 8:30( H. m. to 3 Outside trade area: $4.50
were placed at both ends. Place _: ,04Ci ,, 1 ." gave an Interesting talk on p. m. per year; $2.SO six montha.
G+i it cards marked the seating ar the customs and duties of the It Is requested that parents
I- -J y E. I editor and
rangement.The Joyce Crawford women of his country bring their chlldrens birth Matthews
1 Edwards-Lawson Methodist seniors Invited Alvin W. Smith Members of the sorority and certificates or other proof of I I publisher
_
Wedding Planned to attend are: Bryan their husbands or dates are reminded I I birth date. __
'. Erwin, Buddy Oarbett. Bonnie To Wed August 4 of the cook-out to be Beverly Crawford
For July 14th Graudon, Jackie Hines, Llndn held July 8 at the home of I I( I
Lefter, Betsy Matthews: Gent Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Crawford Mr. and, Mrs. Meed Lewis. To Wed Mr. Pass Open Friday and Saturday
4'.l Mr, and Mrs. Robert E. Edwards Mooty, Greg Reddish, Joey of Lawtey announce the en- Members will be contacted as I I

of Starke announce the Reese, Billy D. Thompson,, and gagement and approaching to what. to bring with them. Announcement !is being.. Until 10 P.M.
engagement and approaching Bobby White. Also attendingwere marriage of their daughter,
(
made of the and
rlUlr. marriage of their daughter, Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Joyce, to Alvin Wayne Smith, engagement I
StarlingBeemanEngagement :
of Miss
Barbara Sue, to James Elton and Ernest G. Patz of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred approaching marriage I, NOW YOU
Lawson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Youth Division.Mr. Smith of Starke. Beverly Jean Crawford I
W. E. Lawson of Starke. Miss Crawford graduated daughter of Mrs. Betty Crawford -

Miss( Edwards Is a former and Mrs. James E. Star- from Bradford High School in Mr. and Mrs Fred Starling and F. M. Crawford, to CAN ENJOY! x '
: And Mrs. Lorenzo Green graduate of Bradford County ling were hosts 'to the four 1966 and Is now employed by of Starke announce the engagement Eugene Willard Pass, son of
I High School and Is employedat graduates. from the Calvary the University of Florida in and approaching Mrs. Wlllard Pass p.iid the. COL. SANDERS
Observe Golden Wedding Anniversary Prudential Life Insurance Baptist Church at a dinner Gainesville.Mr. marriage<< of their daughter, late Mr. Pass. RECIPE. y ,
Co. in Jacksonville party In Jacksonville Saturday Smith graduated from Carolyn, to Ernest Beeman of I I The wedding will take place I
Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo The tea table was covered Mr. Lawson Is also a grad night. Enjoying the affair with BHS In 1063 and Is employedby The wedding will be an Saturday, Ausr. 5 at 8 u. m. to
Green celebrated their. D'I with .a handmade crocheted Bradford School. Florida State the First PresbyterlaftChurch;, .
uate of High the Starlings were Linda De- the Prisonas event of June 16 at 8:30: p. mIn I Kentucky
wedding anniversary.on cloth over yellow taffeta, cen- He attended St. John River Vore, Kay Halslop Genello the Assistant Athletic. Director the Pleasant Hope Methodist Miss Crawford will,graduate 1
day with open house at their I tered!' with a four-tiered cake Junior College for two years Prevatt, and Jeannette Griffig. Church, three miles northof Friday:! night, June 9, from I
home, 1805 Ralford Road, topped with the numerals SO and la currently attending The wedding will be an Starke. A reception will be I Bradford High School. Mr. 1 Fried'
where they have resided since: In gold The 'cake was decor- Massey Business College In The First Baptist Church event of August 4 at 8 p.m. I held at the home of the bride's 1 Pass graduated from Bradford
their marriage June 3. 1917- I ated with rose florettes and a Jacksonville majoring In data entertained Its graduates at a in the Evergreen Baptist parents. High School In 1965'and' t
Arrangements of yellow and, garland of Ivy interspersedwith processing and accounting.The dinner party Sunday evenJng Church of Lawtey. A reception All friends and relatives are tended Lake C1tynJuniorCot. ,
told flowers were,usedn day lilies encircled the wedding will be an at the Garden Restaurant will be held following the Invited to attend. lege. He Is presently employed I Chicken
decorating. base. At one end of the table event of Friday, July 14, at 8 The U-shaped table was decorated ceremony In the Florida State by the City of Starke. '1 J M
Greeting: guests at the door was a silver coffee service anda p.mIn the Madison Street in 'the yellow and white Prison club houue.
were their daughter, Mrs.,Wll- crystal punch bowl at the Baptist Church. A reception class colors and held a center All friends and relatives are two candelabra( holding yellow WCTU Has Final "It's Finger Lickin' GoodllSHRIMP'
lard Pass, and eon and daugh-* other end. Presiding at the is scheduled at the church following arrangement of yellow and Invited to attend the weddingand
tupera. Punch bowls were placed Till
ter-ln-law Mr. and Mrs. In- coffee service and punch bowlsat the ceremony. white gladioli and chrysanthemums. reception. at both ends of the table Meeting FallThe j
man Oreen. Standing In the Intervals were Mrs. H. C. All friends and relatives are and AND FISH
Cap
place I Ibefore
gown and large trays held cakesquare final WCTU
receiving line were Mr. and Rltch. Mrs..E. W Hayes, Mrs.O. Invited .to attend. cards marked the seating ar- High School PTA *.) meeting
Mrs. 1. D. Green. Mrs. Don L. Haynes Sr..Mra. L. J. summer adjournatnent I
rangement, and at the senior 964-5126
I Presiding at the punch was held Wednesday, 24,1 PHONE AHEAD -
Page and Mrs. Dorothy Reese Green, Mrs. Pauline Torode, Gives ReceptionFor May
St. Mark's WomenThe places were favors of colognefor bowls and serving were Mrs In the library of- die First YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY
kept the guest book. :Mrs. W. M. Mrs. J. .
Wtaberly. the girls and Old Spice for GraduatesThe Carl Lamar Johns, Mrs. George Methodist Church.
__ __ I
u Women of St. Mark's the boys l Flynn Jr., Mrs. J. R Chasteen, All persons Intel'eated In (ftie EAT IN OR TAKE OUT -
GET CASH Episcopal Church will meet Baptist seniors honored were< high school 1TA honored and Mrs, W. B. Scogglns work of the Union I4re\InVICeo
Monday June 12, at 7:30: p.m. Gall Boatwright Lee Darby, the BHS Seniors at a reception to attend the 1601 N. Temple Ave. U. S. 301 NorthC.
opening fs41
at the home of Mrs. Edward Jayne Hardy, Renee Moore, In the cafeteria Sunday
IMMEDIATELY Burns. Janelle Pollard, Genie Strick night. following Baccalaureate Adjustable Vinyl Book 27.meeting on Wednesday: Sept. I R. DRASWELL, Owner-Manager

land, Dale Crosby, Michael services. I CoVers, All sizes 30 cent ea.. I
i H. ,Fields, and Mrs. Harry Devrlck. Austin Edwards, Jim The U-shaped table was centered -
Brown Godwin, Roger Orlffls, at The Telegraph. i -
Green. with a large arrange- II !"
I In charge of refreshments Frank Hardy, Harry Hatcher, ment of yellow and White glad- II I
.: IJIF" $25 TO $600' were Brs- Nelson Green Mrs. Johnnie Josey, Jimmy Jowers, loll and pompoms, flanked by I
I Titus Olson, Mrs. Alice Anderson Tommy Lyons, Wayne .Me- fIUftJI'- '" Mountain BreezesKEEP'

I and Mrs. Robert Green. Leod. Buddy McRae, Murry ,
Serving as floor hostesses McRae, Leaton Morgan III, I
DO YOU HAVE. Jimmy Moore Sandy Sander.
were Mrs. Richard Cunningham I
son, David Silcox, Robert Ter. Have You Met
-Too I Mrs. Joe Bakken, !Mrs.
many payments to make? E. P. rell, and Aldo Zelaya.Alao I
Herbert Green Mrs. WESTINGHOUSE
enjoying the affair with I' cool By
Henrietta Hunt,
-Too.many bills to pay? I Renner Mrs-
the. graduates : RevandMrs.
I .- .. and Mrs. C. ,D. Williams.100 guests W. A. Hogan were, Mr. and I BILL POWELL/ a

i DO YOU NEED I called Approximately from three to six o' Mrs Jimmy Crosby, Mr. and I c
clock. Those from outoftownwere Mrs. Charles Darby, Mr. and YOU DESERVE IT!
Mrs. H. A. McLeod MaJ. and ,
EXTRA CASH NOW? Mr. and Mrs. Franklin .f1
I Mrs. Harry Hatcher, and WilLiam !- : :
Hunt and family of St. Augustine .
I Mr. and Mrs. Homer George.Madison he could be just as important to you as your d-
LET US HELP ;yoPTn YOUHMONEY I Brown and daughter of Green doctor or lawyer because he represents Nation Economy .... r' -' .

PROBLEMS' : Cove Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Street i wide Insurance the company with new ideas fora .
: Cecil Dees awl Mrs-,L. B. Dees
-. Choir I his business
** SupperMembers new era. A trained Insurance expert
f of, Mayo; Mr. ,and. Mrs BillyDealing + M 4
We Are Trained 'To Help! and sons of Jackson- of the Madison is bringing you new ideas to answer your address family's'changlng book / LowPriced; ,, Xea -=r,;But r, ,
ville. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Street Baptist Church Choir needs*: Put his name in your
< ,I Dees and daughters of Live and call him soon.
:' enjoyed a swim party and covered i
,.
Town Finance Co. : ''I oak Mr. and Mrs. Dill Clark dish supper Saturday I W
and daughter'of Can Oallle. night at the Kingsley Lake PHONE 964-6161 Operates For, LESS *
: and Mrs. Victoria Harrell. Lot home of Mrs. L. A. Canova 401 West Madison Street
226 N. Temple Ph. 964-7449.' I'l
Miami. .honoring Gary Steagold, choir Starke, FloridaKatleowldt -+' -' --
r I director, and Mrs. Steagold, -
who are moving soon to Dun- .. .
nellon, and their house guest I r' :

Byron Nichols of Mount Dora. FComfort' &..BeautyFeel
Supper was served on the

JJ dock ing. followed by group sing

Refreshed All Summer -

1) BHS Cheerleaders ,Nationwide Flr. 'Iniunncf Company
Mute' '
f Mutual 'Iniunnc* Company
toettt I Attend ClinicThe .Niti, <* ldt lift lntur,+e. Company .Horn olficn,,, Columbus, Ohi"I '... You Can Even

BHS Varsity and Junior I I '!!a i 1; ; { { Buy, 'Em. to Match, !

cheerleaders will attend a I .'
clinic at the P. K. Yonge Lab- Family Style
Banking
Suits and oratory School in Gainesville .
from Friday to Sunday.On .
the Varsity team are
Coats I Barbara McRae, captain, Kay
: Sport Colson, co-captain, Beverly Powerful( but Quiet
$ McRae Patsy Hitchcock, Ginger -
By I I Baldwin, and Sally Moore. i
The Juniors are Nancy Struth, I
: Hart:. S-chaffner captain, Denise Winkler co- I Thrust ,Copl Air Iii{ t= s

and Marx.Griffonand captain Anne Terwlllegar, ,, I1I,.

and Debra June Prevatt Hardy.Chaperoning, Cheryl. Godwin' .I Throughout, But You !; !,;iIarii.hiiiii!!
: ., ,
.
1 the girls will
Style-Mart be Mrs. J. T. Prevatt Jr., Mra Don't Even Know: You lltia;. ;, _
wrv R. M. McRae, and Mrs. J. A.
; Hitchcock. I Have It.'Don't.
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,.:.. SOLID DRESS COLORS SHIRTS IN AND WHITES BOLD, ,4 f'I Mrs.Presents. Fred Pupils Moore II I spend another summer 'on ,the ;SAHARA!


: \ STRIPES FROM $2.99. I That's Our Way Of Doing

oyi\ Piano pupils of Mrs. W F. Spend it with WESTINGHOUSE MOUNTAIN

LARGE CHOICE OF SPORT Moore were presented In recital Business! .
,. SHIRTS FROM $2.99. on Thursday night, June 1,
I at 8 o'clock In Grace Methodist BREEZES!
1 Church, Lawtey. Home Folks Dealing; With Home

'' :TASTEFUL TIES .IN.SOLIDS, Appearing on. the programwere Folks In Matters of "Family Fi '
( a : 'PATTERNS AND STRIPES' Vicki and Sheila Norman, :

yt : v ,p 'FROM ONLY .$1.60. ... .' Susan and Leonard Sapp,j nances" is extremely important LOWEST PRICES
.. Tre,a Devore Debra Jordan, 9"90'
,
Confidential
$ i and Helpful EVER''
14 Gayle Shuford, Brenda Carter, FROM:
t G'ASSORTMENT'
n OF SLACKS .
I Roger Redding, Lee and Kathy i Prompt Service When Ever You \ I
I .. STARTING. AT $7.00.Starke's Casey. Calvin and Gary Law. ,
.
I hon, Ann and Jerre Starling,; Bank With Us.COMPLETE.

I Sue Kirkland, Ireta Crawford, I BANKING CENTRAL COOLING FROM "$495
Cindy Duck, Elaine. Wainwright -i \
:' I,) Vicki Mosley Susie, SERVICE.

,. /.J .: Hllllard, Kathy Faulkner
Norma Sandra Dobbs Lu Redding., Nancy Lee, and Home Owned Home Operated Easy Terms Arranged at Bank );Interest

i i"e.. After the program, refreshments -'I
., were served In the recreation The Community State BankOF
room. Mrs. Moore was

Mrs.assisted Lewin by Mrs.Redding T. L., Casey Mrs., STARKE Slade Gas and ApplianesC

c. Fashion Leader Carol Hodges. and ''Mrs. ArthurRedding. MEMBER F. D. I. C.

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FLORIDA: TlimSDAY.
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I : Council Puts Birds Under Wing Chamber Board. Opposes Severe nee Tax


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the bands. f. ygf ;: -r' ; imposition Board member H. H Everett services''total $185 million, and grading breeding entethe picture by acting alf
irritates the dent Larry Gibson said of the take action to quiet AJrpiol u o opposing I i
-- Xt: all depends' on who's make aeighbon.practicing I' noise. the bands make. I playing In residential areas I r of a live per' cent severance manager of the Florida Hydro that railroad transportation} Hugglns proposed that 10 I "big brothers to the boys Board winning -

listening! nn' heir "We think It would be n.ice" "The wound they make la In- down when they ,become too *tax oa minerals/ mined carbons gas plant at Brooker, charges total $2.2 million an- purebred calves be purchasedand the calves. The
Songbirds HOHRHcan the projectbut
said he would be told the Chamber Board. nually. donations be asked to decided to adopt
to have the city ns a bird lolernblu; Glbaon said, "Samet loud. Gibson In yiorlda was passed unan
enth slc. illy appreciated to bear the
be needs to be done to warrant I 1. by Bradford County "could 111 afford The duPont Company is cover the cost. The calves allow members
and should Le protectS sanotunry, a delegation from t thing protect glad to sign a againstmembers imouslyc.'x'Iw'sdaYttfpe' ; .
: the Council decided the Starke Garden Club luKl 1 the citizen..." Gibson explained -I of the bands when the Board or Cfovenioa's( of thJBradta to lose" the $9 million paying the State Armory would be won by 4-H and FFA I cost: Membership
S. City the council The Club also went that it isn't that he I 'd Chamber of Com annually put into the local Board 66 cents a gross ton for members at a calf wamble. -Was told by
but the volumeof
Tuesday uiyht record in support of the doesn't love music; he 1 Is a they 'become too loud. .merce. economy by the duPont Company the ore mined from the Camp The boys would be obligated Chairman Clyde Terwillesar
Sturke's rvtk; and roll bands on olty'fl ordinance banning the,'member of Local 441 of the He said the noise. that The Chamber f B cannot walls of the The Bradford County Development contends the proposedtax feeding calves and would, be held next month.
into notion, the use "f BB-guna In town. The American Federation of Music goes through the came room tear \that the tax pany ,
council Swinging ordinance delegation was Mm Muriel',I homo Is "intolciable" would curtail 9r eliminate the Authority and the would add another $1.28 be required to enter them In -Took under advisement i
establishing passed the ears City as a birdi Noiman. Mrs. Jessie Young i ians.The council along with several "My mother-in-law, who" IH $8 !million pen year operationof Starke City Council had already per ton to their costs. the Bradford County Fair proposal by a representative of
and taken stands in opposItion In other action the Cham- j competition.The the Dale Carnegie Institute
I I other persons in the meeting --duppnt 'at Highland I
but determined [ and Mrs Mildred Harden ktancl :
couldn't I
sanctuary ,
tOI deaf Just
0 crack down on rock and roll i "They're an obstreperous agreed with Gibson' Police|( quite Camp,Blanding. and that such of the severance tax, bar Board: I I project could be an annual Stan Whitlatch, to sponsor a
when" the noise. 'mlsanre," Madison Street real-,. Chief Homer was ordered to| it." Gibson said.'Keystone 1. .. a tax'might prevent the proposed Everett pointed out. -Adopted a new project of one Hugglns/ said costing Customer Relations :Programin
bands their I
phosphate mining op "I don't! want to see indus- watching over a calf feeder I' around $2,000 per :year It, Starke. Primarily Ito em-
I eration., try favored; It should bear its program proposed by County''' has been endorsed, he said by ploleesIn retail stores who
Mayor .The 'resolution will be sent share of the load," Everett Agent; George Hugging who the Bradford Cattlemen As- face the public the course
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I I to Bradford legislative delegation said "But I don't want to see said the program could build sociation and the Fair Assoc would consist of five twohoursessions
,\ and every member of It penalized by a tax of this, I Bradford $500,000 livestock iation. It would, be limited to
Dies In Starke the'' Senate< committee consid- nature." industry by 23 per cent by up- Chamber members would 36 people and cost $1&OQ.
1 1 r eilua,, thq;Proposal Introduced A five per cent severancetax
r V (i iI ir ',,' by.. Senator J. Emory riled) would cost duPont $450.-1 _
f for Imposition 000 annually Everett ,
bill'calls
Albert I Al I Nelson, mayor of Cross. The
IL Keystone Heights died at 4 a. of a five pw1 cent tax Carl Hewitt, manager of tha
m Thursday in Bradford on the gross value of mlnerails duPont operation hero told iftETTOUR
I County Hospital after an extended such as phosphate sand gravel the Chamber Board his com- no I
illness. He had been a cement products Uinenlte pany is already paying 220.
resident of Keystone Heights and other products mined 000 per year to the state In

(for about 20 years..; > near here by duPont. the form of royalties to the
Mayor Nelson was serving Such a tax "could very easily State Armory Board :lor oper-
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tr ,. in office. He discourage any new indus- ation of the National Guard. I
___ his first term was
I also: a Past District Governor try coming into our area Hewitt said an additional: SERVICE & PARTS DEPTS.
five cent tax on the gross
Installed per
: New Jaycee Officers I of Rotary International and a selling price of ore mined by
past president of the KeystoneHeights ;
... 'Newly installed 'Jayree, officer.* fur the 19H7-IIH year are ((1-1') Frank \\llllmiiH. Rotary Club. r Outdoor Biology duPont here would Put the'
first vlee-presldrntI; Bill Phillips Morond vlc'e-pr""ldt"t: KrtlnCovlnglon Appointment of a successorto local operation out of com- WILL BE
...::.. prealdent; IfW Chuff Offered In New with mined in ,
_... treasurer :Merle Puvklunn and James WUllanw, tllrertom and fart the mayor will probably be petition ore :
:. w Provident&Jtajuly John, state direr.tor. Secretary icon Thornton U. not shown., made by the City Council ac Summer Class i Australia countries. and other foreign I II

.::., The: new officer were,Installed<< Saturday night l>y Gutn<>H\IHo Jaycee President, its Funeral regular services meeting will Tuesday.be held A new biology class in "...ut.door" I I DuPont has been stock piling -' CLOSED ON SATURDAYS

=. JimQulnoy at .; ar.-:;: -. Community Church ;of Key- beginning June 19 In, summer 135,000 long tons of the raw I
-.. of Gainesville, and ten grand week course will be Room 13 stone Heights. Interment will session at Bradford High material on hand. He expressed EFFECTIVE JUNE 10TH AND
-. A;;; W:'VanEttaService ( children. of A-buildlng (BHS) which Is be in the Keystone Heights School. doubt that duPont would
: = I air-conditioned. The new class will be taughtby continue that operation if a
: *-Heldt Funeral services were held l Eligible students Include Cemetery. Mr. J. W. (Bill) Shiner and five percent tax is placed on

= = In Faith i .ChurchAlbert Faith at 2:30: Presbyterian p. m. Thursday Church In I those who will be in grades 7 Developmental Reading 1 will .bo conducted at both the all ore removed from the OPEN THURSDAY TIL 8 P0M
1067-68 the ground
through 12 for the "outdoor" science area on
with the pastor. Dr .James R. to 4:30: p.m., Rooms A-I and
William VanNetta school term. Students will be vocational-technical school 1 After hearing Everett and
: 68, of Lake Santa Fe near Neale, officiating. Interment required to place a deposit on A-3, RJIC.: grounds and in Building 'B', Hewitt Board Member John ALL DEPARTMENTS ARE
Antloch Cemetery, near -Driver Training, 1 to 4:30:
in
Keystone Heights, was pronounced was Torode termed the proposedtax
'the typing textbook and pay Room 4, at Bradford High.A
: dead!' on arrival at a I Lacrosse, under direction of a registration fee of $2 for the p.m., Bradford High School. half unit biology credit a serious threat to the CLOSED ON SUNDAYS
Statke hosplal Tuesday, morn- DeWitt C Jones Funeral course. Regular attendance It -Swimming, Sports & will be awarded to studunt' local economy and moved for
: Ing following a sudden Illness. Home. urged. Typing paper will be Games 8 a.m to 1 p.m.. Magnolia who will be in grades 10, 11,' adoption of a resolution opposing AUTHORIZED VOLKSWAGEN, DEALER '
Lake State Park. (This '
e A naive of Jacksonville, Mr. provided by the student. and 12 for the 1937-68 school the tax. It was passed '@J'
VanNetta was a long time resident Personal Typing As many authorities have Includes lunch. period and term and who complete ($0' unanimously with no further @ J

: ; of Gainesville, where he Classes Offered pointed out learning to type travel time) clock hours attendance and,' discussion. M1iLERBRONNMOTORS\ t
was a building contractor priorto Is 'one of the most valuableof Credit for the summer program earn a passing grade. Students A total of 300 are employedat a. tua
his retirement. By Rosenberg aU skills in today's world< .-- will be given to students who will be in grade 7, 8, or the two mines here with an
{%1r, VanNetta was an Elder now and in the future. upon request and completion 9 will be accepted in the experimental annual payroll of about $2 4222 N.VV. 13TII ST. PHONE. 376-1552
.. and Adult Sunday Schoolteacher Student. interested in learn of required work. (Credit class for million- It is estimated that I
summer
10 11 and 12 .. ., . .
: :: In Faith' Presbyterian ing to type may enroll with RJE Summer awarded to noncredit.All further benefits for goods and)I I .... -'
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_.' Church, near Melrose. Mlsa Delia Rosenberg for a graders only). students will be charged)i .,.. ... \\1! .,. '. -, .
: a'-' Surviving are his wife; one non-credit course in personal Program Starts A registration fee of 60 I a $1 fee for consumable ma- .'.

daughter Mrs;Anna,:Schwartz typing. On June 19 cents will /ere paid by each terials. Students registering.
e of Kallandale; ; three sons. Al, Classes will be conducted student on June 19, regardlessof I for credit will be required to
S of Immokalee;' and Dale.. and a.m. Each clans will loot about the time registered in the pay an additional $5 fee. I I
Wayne both of Fort Myers; dally from 8 through 11:30: The RTE High School summer summer program. This fee will The new approach to biology I s
;..._ two brothers Harold I*. of one hour and 10 minutes. Fa- program will start Mon- be used for classroom necessities will stress Florida's flora and,,
Nitro W Va., and Gilbert. W., cllltlei to '''be used for the six- I day, June 19 and will Include: playground materials. fauna with emphasis on "get-'' f
..1 ting acquainted" with the+ :

Bradford,, :*t County speeds,, !
Students will participate Infield a
trips to nearby areas of
Interest and do Individual re- .
u ,ca i search projects
Interested students should.
I register with Mr. Shiner at
the high school on or before


t. MONEY /' SincIun June 16. Lessons 'i iSwimming STARKE OFFICE


Start June 20 I'

ANYONE I a At Kingsley Lake

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1 Swimming lessons., will be

;. KM.- I offered A dally during the ..Ixi i Brannon Plumbing
?*. week period Httuvlng' Tuesday,

n..,, I June 20, and ending August 1,
with Coach Mike Sexton in,


\ : iltVlN t tJ charge.The be held Instructional at Kingsley programwill Lake I I

t iH in the Camp Blanding reservation.
i PTO The program I I..* for school and Supplies
students who have attended
r ;' I schools in. the county during

!4 + : t< 11 the past year
; > This program is designed to,
... ... ''teach the student the funda,
-.. J mentals of swimming.\ There,
-.-.. ; In will be classes in Junior LIfe
.11. Saving for those who are Inter
... -, I ested. Students who enroll In
k .r xe.
..+- w the program and complete' v
....- basic requirements are awarded -) ,
3r
w- a Red Cross certificate for
--- beginning swimmers. Certificates -
.- are also awarded for advanced RHEEM COMPLETE

beginner, Intermediate
3 swimmer and junior life say

a on Q ing.dUl.; 'instructors have had
n' hers Here!
Sdf, urr
:, several years of experience In I WATER PLUMBING
w I I teaching swimming. They are: I
Mrs Willie Mae Denton :\lra,1I I

I Helen Johns, Mrs. Kittles.;< d
r 9 'Tony Griffith, Chuck Mason( i '
I David nurse, Walter Stewart'; HEATERS t LINE 1
,---- > \ Charles FranortH, and :Mike II
.rCetffW coupons al Sinclair Dealers displaying the Dfno Dollars Ggme sTgrtO ; Sexton, director. _
r Children from Southslde I .

:. '' Got?coupons with matching? cash values that CQmtl'.IhC 5109an-( :Orive-whip CV9 and buy!) Sinclairv ( "-* School session.will They make will up be the pickedup flrstl I ..

nd 9I1WnSs.S1a.$100tSOa-u! + ; (): .soo., at South ide at 8 a.m.[
,'
: Children from Starke Elemen-,

..;::: 8> Drive fn_oTlen lhe mora coupons you get>ha. moro moncyyoj: .. : w n." bus tary area will at leave 930.:: from the BHS I' uJrL'' + V
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"'a I 1 td.r
( No fees are charged. Students -
:":.... IB Win Instant money right on the spot must have completed the,
.. .. SEPTIC
FAST
-- f J first grade to be eligible for
..:; I
-. .. O No obligation=-no"purchase; necessary.Any licensee!driver can pT3/ \ the program. I COME IN AND) MEET OUR STAFF:

= J. 'I.. Richard Williams, Hob( Itrannan (Owner), TANKS
w H w FREE WlIA BAPTISTS I SERVICE 1 Randall Ross. James Brannan EUjeneIex
100 cash at each SincIaTFSiatienWHERE FLAN V. B. S.
lOver
prizes Daily Vacation Bible School ander. Also Robert Alexander and Lurry

will start at the Bethlehem I Burkley.
: ::: Drive with ear& Free Will Baptist Church on
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YOU SEE THIS SIGN
Monday. June 12. Th dally
andbuySinclaJ'Everything l
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g; $$1 all sessions students are, free except of charge for donations to- Starke Office Located At 136 E. Call StreetOld
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--... collected daily for refreshments -|
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:Lr: L&'I L ,. I 1 I I ,1. start Theme for the vacation ( Mitchell's! Drug Store Location)
w
es. 101-- school will be "We Worship; I
1aYs 1tL.ttSisdtfpar.. AfllOfTcn Dp Jl 1 CWTS CItaCdff' 8TdfW&f? ( *IT,r&CstSt lmnor;;; at'!SInetaTr:: Station: with Sinclair / The Lord." Session will beheld
PHONE 964-5206--
from 9am. until 12 --

A Visit t Your Friendly Neighborhood Sinclair Dealer noon dally for two' weeks. ./

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Adjustable Vinyl After 5:00 P.M. Call Keystone (Collect) 4733080"AGE

I lovers AU aim SO Doe&1 -:0-
Woodrow Thomas, Distributor .t The Teletrnph.
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hits each. Chuck Hall was i I tag. Sportsmen, dame Commission I TUB RIGHT POINT for the

In Final Seconds for .< for Garden The council chairman said officials Interested aircraft. the way v..u write, Cease Inand
Varsity Ties Seniors 12-12 Thurs., June 8-Nocgel's V3: hat' Don Morgan, president of pilots FAA representative,, select your' favorite E8TERBaOOK -
Garden 7:30: : Register vs Pest' the Sportsman' Club. bas tak- and members of the Keystone. fountain I
Control 9 p. m. en the Initiative In calling: the Council ''to participate In the I pea.

Tues., June 13 Oarden VB: meeting, and has Invited. discussion. TELEGEAPII,

Championship I Pest Control, 7-30: Noegers n> I

Golf Tourney Register. 9 p. m.Keystone.

Now Under Way

t r4a Airport I PAY I
Clyde "erwlllegar, Bobby
: \CcRae Jack Eaves and F R. 1 i

Doc( ) Carradlne have com- Called t
Meeting
_pleted and won their first
__ 'matches in .the annual Club I

i Championship Toudnamentnow Roy L Watkins, chairman I YOURSELFFIRST
under at the Starke
I, way of the Keystone Heights Cltj; I
, Golf & Country Club.
Council, announced yesterdaj
J Terwllegar was paired with 1
that a joint meeting of al
Richard } and McRae
I Hobbs interested factions will be hole
with Bill Eppa in the Championship b at 7-30: p.m.VednellllllY, Jura'

Flight; Naves with 14, In an effort to reach It
Carl Johns In the first flight,
I It'll' 4. the .
y i with Ben Mox- I mutual agreement on proposed I II
and Carradlne
lease of the Koyston
l
also In the first. I
II Icy n'.
Airport by the Nportsm
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'u. ------- --- T Other pairings are Club <
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Larry MPTCIT Roe for a \long guln fur tile.a..lty late In Championship Flight: Harold I Wfttkliu said the meeting ;
I III Barry Firth; I ICharle
Bishops vs
the beyond touchdown to tie
the filial period M he seer up 'David Si!- was being held at the suggesttlon I Ii
the Senior 12.12! !. .' Sa.wye.vs i i of the Miami Area Office I '
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I I sox. I of the Federal Aviation Administration

I II Bradford's new vanity grinders -i Ing catch to set up the second First Flight: Marlon Eldc which has thij
I Vern.on Sll
Merrill Struth,
kept pounding) away at a I TD with less than a minute vs new lease under ooneldliratlon'l!' ,
group of tired benlors Friday' left In the game Halfback J. cox vs Fred Glenn. Industry AppreciationEarl Xleetln's) Dlace will \'Je> the Key]
Dale Johns
night and finally pulled off a Roy Chasteen ran It over to tie Second Flight: i stone Heights municipal touitld-j. kr f IJ't
vs bye; J. A. Griffin Vs Harry d6 t tt
t
12-12 tie in the laat two min I the contest at 12-12. Gruen; H H. Adams vs J. C. June, owner of Mutual: Lumber Co., receive a framed i kt

utes of play. The first Varsity tally came FORK; Glen Norman vs bye. rartlfltttte" tram Chamber Of Commerce Board Member 1'ut I

The seniors with most of. with about two minutes left In, Third Flight: Paul Hutchins Everett. The firm wan recognized: by tile Chamber during! 'I
WEEKENDSPECIALS
the 1966 Class A state champion the game. It was set up n a
I vi Don Chrlstoffers; Carl Minxvs Florida's. Industry Appreciation Week. I II
Tornadoes going for them, long run by newcomer Larry .
W. M Smith. I
handled the green varsity easily Mercer. With the ball Inside
half, runningup the 20. Belote then threw to The tournament Is schedule ,t a41l ,'
in the first Meet .
to be completed Monday. I Growers to Wednesday 1ul 1. M
flat to War
a 12-0 lead with both ID'3 the right Johnny
coming in the second period. ren who got inside the two. Skirts
But the Varsity forewall Improved Belote ran that one ove- the Summer Basketball Hipster
Of Committee
almost play by playas next play. Program Set For I For Report Co-op

they began to find themselves.By The Seniors scored first on 2.99
the second half the tutoringof a long pass from Wayne Me Junior High Boys .
A of Bradford County operation, one Bradford grower
group
Brown. David
staff to
the Tornada coaching Leod Larry
which had the Varsity In sup- Shannon added the other tallyon A summer basketball prodgram I strawberry and vegetable reported. They get more for
school remained enthusiasticthis their produce, and a certain
erior physical condition began a 50-yard gallop. : for Junior high growers Ladies Hose
to be apparent. "They looked a lot better students will be carried on be. week after trips to view percentage Is returned to the ;
ginning June 20 under the the operation of grower cooperatives co-op for use as the members
Billy Belote| than we thought they would. '
Quarterback t r ,
I' Mike at Alachua anu "bee' tit. :;pili. r
of Coach ,
who tutors supervision : "
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threw a long pass to Ronnie Coach Mike Sexton "Farming In Bradford Coun- 440 J1.: .
I Webster.
Griggs who made an outstand-I the offensive varsity line, I Sexton The program will be open A spokesman, for the group ty has been going downgradeIn When you pay your bills, don't forget to

I to all youngsters who will be announced that a meeting: will recent years, and we've got :

WALDO LIQUORS The in grades BHS 7 gym, 8, or will 9 next be term.open bs at 8 held p.m.Wednesday In the CivH June Defense 14, ,to back do or something give up to entirely bring ,It" Child. Sandals I pay yourself first. Put five percent; of your #,

every weekday afternoon from building with all Interested' said Oscar Carter one of the : I take-home pay in an envelope and send it
BOBBY'S HIDEAWAYU.S. 1:30: to 4:30.: but the boys will growers Invited to attend. It growers making the trip to I' 1.99
not be expected to participate Is expected that managers of Webster "We've got to bestrong to Save the mail.
us. by
I easy way...
the full three hours. They will the Alachua and Webster cooperatives enough to sit at the
301 One Mile North of Waldo will be on. hand to bargaining table and demanda I.
into groups
be after divided the class is age organized.! discuss the steps necessary for. fair price for our produce," 'I.'i Ladies Panties Join the "1 N CROWD" Now!

basketball fundamentals formation of a similar organization he added.

t ; Wed.LIVE Fri. MUSIC Sat. Nights Simple boys will will play be games taught and and hav the Ten here.prominent strawberry the At following a recent men grower were meeting named ::I: 3 For $ leOOI and Loan r.rrr

Investigateand
t a good time Coach Sexton growers made the trip to as a committee to : Savings v
Webster Wednesday and reported repont.on procedures for I I _
GO-GO GIRLS nays the oo-op here which organizing a cooperative! here:I I PIXIE SHOPS $
i, "started from scratch" several C. F, (Bud) Carter Jimmy I ASSOCIATION
STARKE
I said.The Milliard, Arthur -', OF
heldits Luther
Varsity forewall years ago has a present Gasklnj, 1
Discount Prices on Package Goods I Sexton Gashing> Leaton Morgan,' INC. :
own pretty well I worth of over $78,000 Growers 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000
Owned & Operated by Bobby L. Bryan said, and received praise from are well pleased with the Jr.? and Oscar Carter. I 16? W, Call St. "
the Seniors after the game for "The! House j of Sav'nl' {"

I their performance. Pony League Team Scores 20-5 I I


Victory Over Lake Butler

STARKE BUILDERSSUPPLIES I .
This year Starke will have safeties for the restaurant!' TREASURE CHEST 4
r two teams In the Pony League team, while Tommy Tally rap-! Bodcocfeb ,

I baseball program. Sponsored ped a long( homer.
I by the Branding Iron and Falrlene McClean, David of Warm Colonial Styling
Pepsi Cola BotUing, Co., the I Prescott Richard Roberts, and
teams will play Lake Butler John Ramsey had the other

Palatka:' Orange Park and hits. Johnny Brown pitched 3
II: SPECIAL j other nearby towns. innings, allowing :? hits, Rymer

(ACE HARDWARE) On Friday June 2, The Howell pitched 2 Innings, allowing ]
Branding Iron played Lake 2 hits.
!
219 E. Washington Ph. 961-5270 Butler and came out on top On Thursday. June 8, Pep*!
20-5. In defense of Lake Butler Cola will play 'Lake Butler at

we will have to say they I the local High School field,
JUST RECEIVED will be better since we learned while on Friday June 9, at A
a they have only held one or two I p.m., Palatka will play here ''s Yb 'Big' and Sturdy
/ f a I I practice sessions against one of the Starke r BOSTON ROCKER

Full Carload CEDAR The Branding Iron boys look- teams. ., ; '' .
Selected
Hardwood ,
ed real good both offensivelyand I This year, teams are sport. l Conrfru From defensively as they bangedout Ing brand new uniforms and lack...Solom, Maple 1 199 I
11 base hits and stole "nlil1- '
BD 'tooth seem to be strong so .I 1DIUVUS
quite a few bases. Johnny ,, r :
Brown, Dean Johns, and Rhy- come out and support the future DIz

$3995 mer Howell each had two stare


'A e: Complete I was 3 for 3 for Discount.In .
Line of Local Scouts I the second Tuesday game,,

3 II.P. BoardsIlriggy an Improved Lawtey Recreation
v I team gave the Elks a '
Enter
Will
and and scare before giving way 3-0 In 't.
t a !game that was rain short
StrattonEngine way ( Framing Raft Race ened. Earl Wllkerson hurled 3 .

no hit Innings for Lawtey before -
Members of Boy Scout TrooP
the Elks got to him In
70 are building a raft to enter the fourth Inning. \ 5 PC. IARIY AMERICAN LIVINGROOM

See Our Complete Line PREFINISHED! the Suwannee River Raft Race, I Earl walked! two in the ,i Ii (.dutiful' Soft, Warm' 'Salom Mopla Cnith Built ,.

Plywood Panels June 1721. fourth, and allowed 2:I hits. In q,,, for Y.an and Years ol War, Authentic Early I r.' n' OKI
the BuwanneeDlstrlot
Sporting,Goods Sponsored, the race by will start at! I the bottom of the fourth as \. Am.ricanSrylinq. r ji l '" i CRICKET.ROCKERPIATFO'

4X8 Branford.and end 50 miles I rain started falling, Lawrtejr Matching This Suite Includes: f Hardwood Maple From. Attracta ..
Camping Equipment loaded the base, but Brian ) Print Cavort, LoalOao"
Colors To Choose From down river at Manatee Springs Johns got the Elks out of the .. Cu.hiont. 'COlORS, hewn.,
The raft wUl be large ",. Aulhentic tarty Matching Wine Chair CetnpartiapS239,9$
MOST COMPLETE Prices to accommodate eight! jam with a third out strikeout. American Styling' Dura- 2 Maplo 5'...-.....T.blo. Croon,air Rod' Print,'
$3.95 enough food The game was called in the bl."ndcamlab: !.. *Moflo CotklaH Table 1 '$
IN, THIS AREA Start at boys with baggage. and top of the fifth with the Elks Colorful' 'C.loniarlnl/ and 521 1'r 800 2288

for five days.Trophies will be awarded for getting the 3 runs to win. $5 9 95 s",.. rw..ConblnaMwit. 'r AWUK $Le0DEUVEIIr

the first raft across the finish
)
Complete Line Cookout Grills line, the best constructed raft, Noegel's Keeps X40DOWN. A e

and the bent Scout Spirit. !Winning StreakIn
The raft will be constructedat
COMPARE PRICES ANYWHERE the home of Scoutmaster Men's League

David, Montgomery
BAG OF CHARCOAL r Noegel't Auto Sales, first'
half winner in the Men's Soft,
FRill WITH EACH PURCHASE Police And Elks ball League stayed with their! '

Start 2nd Half winning ways trouncing Flee
OF ANY GRILL ida Pest Control 14-1, while
With Easy WinsThe the first half third place fln-

Register-Oil walloped
isher
second half of the Bantam
in need of Electric Wiring Baseball League: got Oorrfen Restaurant 111. 4
If you are Boys Noegel's had no trouble with 11 ....
underway Tuesday after being .
Spotlights, Light ,Fixtures, rained out Monday. their opponents outhittingthem tae tree
SEAr .
19-4 and ending the ROCKING lovE
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Breaker Boxes, and Plumbing i I Police Department took up game after'5 innings becauseof 'A) Early'' American Patch WorkftPabrk .
where it left off on winning Covor.Salid Twtod7rlm. $ ,
$99'
I
Materials, Commodes, Sinks, Lawn ways, downing Southern DIscount the and 10-run Tom'rule.Paladin Claude EARLY AMERICAN for .the DISCRIMINATIVE y .

atories, Shower. Fixtures, Sink 8-3. The Discount boys paced Harfee: Noegel's bat.'Hardee You Will Enjoy Th. tailing Comfort and. Durability of ...... Avthontic. /*B). t4"* WING AKM SCTTEf 3 5 9S +nEMyAm.ncanew.ifur.P..ut -;
10-7, Dovo.tibia Foam" Cuthioni.V 12 9 ,
uthlt their opponents 3 for 4 and hitting 1:I out ...uria..Foam Padding nwbwnlble A .
Faucets etc. Come See Us Before their downfall- going Iwotd or hint Cavort.MATCHING
>ut errors were Foam' Cuthlom.IhaoM -
had 3
of the park.: Paladin WING ARM
PAINT Buying The first half champs did safeties in 3 at bat..Pest COn- From' ket.hgard/rinf.ar" Alt-Ovor Iw..J Ctvorfc: .C-) CHAIM. A..rtibl.Ram }
moat of their damage In the 55495TWEEDS 1 1S
Inside t Cushion Santa Cavort t
trol's only run wa an
Most Complete I early innings scoring 3 runs PRINTSGroon ) Sa Stttoo.SWIVfl acd

Inventory in WE ARE NOT UNDERSOLD >in nd.the. first Discount, and 3 also in the scored sec- the Meng.park home run by Carlton .CharBrownOoon e u.ton. (-D). to CKalr)ROCKIR. (Similar $6995 (ColDI) ( 1vc0

These Parts The Oarden-Beglsttf? game e ...... ..
early; getting- :3 I In the first was also a 5 Inning affair dueo ::1.0 ,

Prices Start at inning. the 10 run rule with Regis
Southern'. other score cam
ter coming ,up with 9 runs in
2 Gallons of Interior Latex fort a ,- '$5 In the fifth when Bob Dyal the 3rd'inning. The Oilers Phone 9649289TIIURSUYJUNE
smacked one over the, fence. outhlt Garden '184 with Ray 128 S. Walnut St. .
Charles Oreen was 2 for 3 forthe I'Orlffis Gene Sumner and Herman Willis, Owner Dill Wilson, Manager
,
Police while Carl Rlher
I Curtis' .stl1cklandsettIn, 2 ,

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PAGE RFX _ _ _ _ _ BRADFORD_ COUNTY .....Ga.r... "..,an. FLORID THURSDAY. JUNE 8, 1967ill
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Florida Ra'Mquliliitort, riamaoeifi I of said. planti and contritrt, dorumm PRADKORD COUNTV.FL.OH1DA. .
Dinkins Protests Council >r nuch, failure I I. OtliurwlHc I thi' in In ituod rondlllon I I wlilili I a I .
Lawtey Reorganization f chock or hlil hand Hhall bo rctimiwd ten ilnyv. after the ditto. met for Uy.: elmrlOK A. DIII'by. Ib!
to tliu bidder..) tIp opening| of ...1<1... It iieneruoontmctorifl Offlclo Clerk of Said.
No tilddvr may withdraw his ,ilmlre moru thHn one Board.
bid for a pnrlod of forty day. set of alien plan. and Hpeclflva- G/8 2t 0/10;;
Councilman Paul Dinkins measly sum of $8 per month" e-d; the board to tell him whatto after the date set for the open- tloni, these may >>.. obtained by
I It.,il I.,I I... ,, .. paying the coot of duplication. at
.iiul I In I.ni-i 11.111 1,111" I ru IUIHI* hid IH Kiiiiriintpo that the Iniir thereof.All .
Questioned the leorganlzatlonCl asked that hla silary InCl'elUle.to do but said the police car New VA Hospital I lion,' "f. t tin. r..lli.WIIIK, I'lllMlMIT'.. hlililnr., If' .gta-t.t'i'd. .. tin1 rontnu't.,. ) the rate of $t.O'i per. about for NOTtfW OP" INTENTION! TO
l Lawtc.v x City Council a I $25 per month be made retroactive could not be kept! on the road ,In l r.ruilf.: INI' Ci.nnlv... I Klnr.il: '1. a I 111. within. ten eoiiHm'Ullvo ralindur corilunvp work with.h..11 Plan be don, > In nu- IrHWIiiKH. ml tn.011 per ant forpttclflratloiiN. KKaiNTRR: riCTITIOfH NAMM
Himclflca
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the ,''>MIM''TI' < tTION, Ht tI.II4t' dnyi after, written nutli-u plus hundlinirhiirn l I.. hereby given that
first Mon- Notice >
1966
regular mecti.ig to Director
back July all month on $::10. SpeaksAt lion and Contract 1ntsnmeittrmlutIvc ...
.. will nllb" rt
Fill 'I'lIM Mil tltl-'OIIK>> < Ol \ I'V 10'.Iflil I g I yen (It Mtirh, award mlur K. wlilL-h th, uiulvritliriK-il, I under the pro-
flay night, but the new chairman when he asked for It. "You always talk about how .\<.H"'I l/l'l II tl I I. IIOII.IIIIILtDKOIIIt 1 Into, a writ ton co-nlract with thereto an prepared. by fundubla.u.diltm. vlnlnni of Chapter S0, 5.1. Laws
Club Frank Geor Ueom ArchlteitPuUtka (
: Eugene Starling eluded The Council wanted to go much I spend not how mucl- Rotary 4 Ol \ r\.rll>llllll I ilu> liourd of c'lumtv CotntnlMHlunir Florida.* .'Iall ,Hprclflr'uttonM fiuiliripntlonn. muse. beMutlMfurtory of Klorldn. Acts or 1941. will
HIniilliiK I I, t to I anil I .. Bradford, I to The Oourd 0"COUlllY ? r
pi.m* HjxMirl- uf County rNII.ter l II h the Clerk r> the
to mallow the bait.Olnkln.s with the and nntl 1,1 rant lo4uiii"nt
along request I take l/i Jordan said. "Pu Malcolm Kandall director of i'atlnliM,. on. flit In lhi,, "ifflrf, or "H'li.rklu., I In. uuiviKliiiiuu. with the ,I be examined tv at the office CoinmlMMloiii-rii of Bradford Cln-ult, Court In fInd for Bradford -
: ; questioned the minutes finally after much discussionover : .' tli. > I cl,-rk of tliu I'lri'ult Court' may 1 County. Florida and Bald
i youiself In my scat aul. ant the new 480-bed Vtoruns Ad- < ,ni'iM'ptcd bid mill, I Drive a colt | or the" Clark of the Circuit Court' Cnuny, Flurliln. upon r.-
Bourd nliHll I I be thi>
from a special meeting the legal aspects of themovl' see what It's like." lit Hturko Fliirlila. Any bid re- tract Huri'ty> Unnil, HutlHfacturyl (fourthoune Mull>llnK) In St.l rke, ucli iiuallfloiitloiia.. MOIW The judirti Board o i-plpt of i.i"rnf, of publlc-Htln ofthlH
mlnlatiatlon IJospltul ut Gain. ,rolvi'rt' nfti>r :'J: mi, PJJuly! D, l tliild Llnurd In nil amount, FlorMu.. or at 'the, offU'v of the n..t I.-... the flctltloun name
]1asl month which stated that went ahead aftej I Iis 1' of CoinmliMloner of
Tney
: Dinkins he knew County .
replied Ont .rprl,"'. unilur which
isvllle was gucat speaker at I Hid Hill IIt in- i oiiHlilvri'd. All of Aruhltrft, IllS North I'Klm of lloyd [
unnecessary ditch cleaning"was City Clerk Ethel Reddish told and that hldH, I I.,. ,. 'tinul to oil" humlriMl pnrcent nrndforcl founty. Florida, reserves I enirafffd In business ntltout
a problem perhapsmore .ho Stnrke Itotary, Club lunchon iiiiiMt for the full ionHlriKtlnii I ili. cintruii, I prlri' In mace uf flue. In Palatka, Fturiiu.One AV.-j the right to waive In- am..
one when he was chair- them the 1 local: bill to increasethe money should be budgeted I of Kali] hullillnw, lit>- tel Iii re on, thr putt of the MULH "- .,*, or Much plans forniulltlt' In any bid and to 1. Box XT2-A. Starke.
; Wednesday. ordlnK", to the plans and aporlfluntlonH '.. .flil bldili'r. ttxeiute. I a uonirurt 'ion tract dooumeiitH. find form. Florida.
< t ti" bid 1 which It con-
of the Street Committee become acc'vpt any
man salary ; .
mayor's for the police car. But nr .' IIIrlM ufi I rllfiiti n. Crawford. Route I.
Mr. Randall. who Is also an for |portions I and conlrart' a hond within I for bidding" may be secured by ftlilera, tn be 'the loweet rwaponnll .
a Tie said the work was necessary effcclve next January 1. but action was taken. issoclnto professor with the I i Much <.oiI Mtrut Ion will nut l Ii u, a tun, <'oim"rittlv.' cHlendar daye, Henernl uofltrantaIrons, .the. of- l, bid and to reject any and. Box 272IIIRl'ke.: Fla.. aol.
: the ditches In back cOIl.ld.1E. iiftxi rnrvlpl' nf. notice of, tile rice of 'the hrrhltvi'i by d' ponltln owner.
; question the could receive all bid.
mayor la somethlnr
.
"My point
(leulth and! Hospital Admlnlsatlon .. bill, must he .nmpunli'd award of lontraot the check or therewith tno.OO The depoult .IMtecl' thin Sib day.of Juno,
For
.d had been surveyed. and the piy If the council voted toe !should'! be done." Councilman of the University of lv u 1'ortlfl, I ,-ii",'m k. VieI,I'r'I. bill bnni,l shnll b.. retalnod' by, from admiral uontraotom' TUB: IIUARU OPCOU.NTVCOMMISSIONEHS .< A.L>.. IOU at Sturku. Bradford
pound) had voted unanimously him to.Marshall. Scott repeated. "If it noes or 'lorlJa described tho chirk nr hid I h ,mil In HIP, Hoard of I'ounty, CommliiMlonor -, will be refunded upon Hubmfa- Count) "Florida 1
.. for the ditches to be cleand M. M. Jordan/I and nothing Is (tions there 1 ince of research, programs Import-curried Hinount,, uf riv. p..r..tnl. ,uf the .of Bradford County. lon of a bonaflde bid and return 8/8 4t /29

{ out. police car expenses have gotten no use In the council beta1: on at VA hospitals and

I Chairman Starling answered no hotter even though the here. ISO the economic Impact oni

I that "all" the ditches were council decreed several monthsago Scott then moved for ad community and Its surround-

: supposed to be cleaned not that he should stay with- tournmcnt an4 the motlor ing area.
just the ones in questionS in the $50 month budgetd. I
S per passed Unanimously with n- He said the new VA facility
>hlch drain the property 01: The expenses have totaled I action taken on .the toblem.In at Gainesville would employ'a '

: Marvin Rosier, husband 01 over $100 for the last three other action. the council staff of between 700 and

farmer chairman Louise Ros- -nonths-$158 in May $188 In : 800 persons with an approxl-j

: Ser April. and $112 In March. I Decided{ .to contact Veter. .iate annual payroll of $6-,
"That was just the first Scott said something should !
Inarlan Bob Mullins to ser 0000. The building Is com-i
FOR RENT small two bed FOR SALE 11 acres on State FOR SALE -, 1964 Jeep Pickup ,
NOTICE -
(Me. Dinkins said then done about the situation. CARL BEGGS
be /
: what day he can be available!! pleta and It Is planned to have,
warned that Chairman Star- mt he r'idn't say whether the vaccinate dogs In the towr t ready to receive VA patientsn I will not be responsible for oom furnished house. 749 N Road, No. 160. Call 9647966.. 4 wheel drive. Good condition.

ling "won't get away with it.'" police car should be perked or Councilman Dinkins laid th' September. i any debts made by anyone : Thompson St. Call 964.7444 01 3tchg Gulf Service' Will trade. Can be seen

: Starling refused; to debateS the budget Increased.At dogs should be required to b- The speaker was In.troduc.d I other than, myself, l l..er.' 64-5070. Itp FOR SALE or lease Large USED PARTS. at Citgo Service Station,

further with the councilmanand that point Marshall .Jordan vaccinated. The council agree by Krvia Andrews. i Lewis Blark 6-1 :21 6-[ DID YOU KNOW It's easy tc J bedroom frame house, corner Top Prices for Wrecked |rare Starke, 964-5003. 2tp 6-8
with no further discussion asked permission to 24 Hour Wrecker Service
I and Clerk Reddish pointed ou FOR RENT FURNISHED own a Longchamp Home Bet 'ot. Fenced back yard, new .
: from other board members announced I -peak. But Scott inerupted. the town alraitfv' ]JI M an ordinance Services Set One bedroom Bachelor Apt er built for Florida living roof. 746 S. Westmoreland St. Fuel Oil -
a the minutes would be marshall "I don"think
the
selling requll'lnlitha.t.\ Air conditioned. $50 mo. Ron Your plans or ours. Your lot )r phone 964-6575.: : tfchg AAA S & H Orson Stamp
: approved as read. that concerns you. Friday FordS
-AIT..d! to nursiie/' obtain net Apts.. 383 W. Washington ir ours. Contact Buford Mitchell Hwy. 301 N. Waldo
Later In the meeting Marvin Councilman Dinkins then FOR RENT or sale -- 1 and
!Ins a playground/ \ (:! east ot th' LJ. Keynolds Call 064-6279 or 964-6277. phone 064-6853, P.O. BOM, 448-199)1)
rosier reminded the chairman began a statement, but Chair- rBllroad. perhaps the.Hir 2 bedroom trailers can be
pn.: ; tfrhg 238 Starke. tfchg
: the council had voted to clean man Starling cut him off saying Estate as was originally plan Edward David Reynolds, 'VO moved on your own lot. Have LACY CONWAY

the ditches and asked when Jordan had the floor.! ned. The council failed to purchase fled Wednesday In a local EXPIDRIENCED WAITRESS WALL, LOCKERS, metal. Good' 2 In Stark on your own lot. FLYING SERVICE

: {1he chairman expected It to be The marshall looking toward the Bullard, lite a* tiding: home after a lengthy wanted. Apply In person at Condition $3:S each. See at Cit '\lso used 21" 1966 TV used FLIGHT INSTRUCTION. Air-

done. "Just as quick as we get Mayor Shuford as he creed last month when th' Illness. the Garden Restaurant. tfchg! go Station, Starke. 4tp 6-21 very little. J. B. White Ph. plan. rentals. Greyhound Bun

this: thing straightened out -poke said he Is "tired of offer was withdrawn. Council- .. Reynolds was born InVIonlac. ))64-6114. 2tch? 6-8 Charter. Keep your party to-
: i Starling" replied.:! Pointing to -lavlnor It fthe police: car expenses' da. FOR SALE: 1 Black & Derkei PUBLIC NOTICE Knther charter a baa Phone
man S'ot.t'lllld he wants p on Augr. 15, 181)0.ilU ) FOR SALE 3 Bedroom bath
Councilman Robert valve machine and hard- al FREIGHT SALVAGE.
tr- !
Scott ) thrown In my lace. .. 864-6099./ tfchg
hail lived lu
th'
oiftvground : because of LIla btarkiatea Rat-
CB house
I stories on
1
Chairman streetS grinder. Price $250. Also ZIQ ZAO SEWING MACHINES \i/a
: : said "the He said he made the town children crossing the lollroad since 1943.' He was a ru gar- Call
ford Road Rudolph
chairman here will take that for rent: business or stor BRAND NEW.
three ago
1.500 In the past "It's too dangerous-" tired farmer, and a meniboi I cheson. 964-7966 after : Hut'l APPRAISALS AND
scratched In
: )pp. months. -Heard Marshall Jordan of the Pine Hill Congregational age. Call after D pin week. shipment. Orlg. CONFIDENTIALiNFORMATION" FOR SALE Roll-up Has-
mls- days: all day Sat end Sun guarantee. Makes buttonholes _ _ 6-15 3tchg.
S In another statement also Scott said the marshall t-ftonrt that Milo Smith' Shel'! Methodist! Chuivh.Surviving pltal bed & mattress. New

0 'Jater In the meeting. Council- inerstood., His Intention. Service Station had refused: to are his wife, Car ah Phone 964-7039 Ira W Allen ] HewS THE: on WORKS.buttons etc. DOES HASTINGS MATTRESS 1 Concerning property and property condition. Olin White, Kochs

: man Dinkins told: Chairman: Scott! said. was not to censure cell the city: gasoline. Smith H. Reynolds. of Starke; twostepdaughters N. Alton Road, Starke $59.: Sacrifice for & UPHOLSTERY WORKS, values in Florida Prop- Drug. tfchg

S Starling the city charter "says lordan but aain atd that -ft Id he wAnts all the clty'chintrvss Mrs. Elizabeth 4tp 6-22 or pay oft at $8. per. 710 Lemon St. PsJatka erty. Over thirty year experience -

: jiothing about a co-chairman somehlng should be done ', or none If he must Thornton, Starke and """L.-... month. 353-1946 Call: Jacksonville COLLECT Furniture Repaired I In Deal E.tate matters FOR SALE One Brldgstona

S Once it got started the coun 'hout the situation. When no .bring the bills tq city hall an Carey .tilth!: Lafayette, Ga.. for Warehouse- Anytime. Ask Upholstered &: Refinished I and Active Real Estate Motor Bike excellent condi
Will deliver tion. Horace Knowles, Rt. 1,
: &11 hit on a variety of topics other councilman spoke Scott two tepsona Leons Wain. :
required by the council, Jordan no obligation. MATTRESSES REBUILT Broker since 1953: .t. :J.
S, several of which had been discussed withdrew his statement.But said- wright and W. J. Thornton, 4tchg 8-22 New InnersprifiKs Thomas, Realtor, Tel. 0A4-5701.( i Box 226-C Starke. Ph. 9646412. -
C previously, .including then Mrs. Rosier spoke both of Jacksonville 3tp 6-8
Mayor Shu'prrl said the city ; two sls- Situation Wanted: BUS grad- and Box Springs
: making the mayor's salary In. for the first ani only time luis l,1rll. c.;. Broom ot! '
"should not insist that anyone i. uate wants summer full or Drop I Vs A Card or Call FOR. SALE: 2 BR House on
crease: retroactlce, police car Curing the meeting. 'I agree Jacksonville, And Mrs. J. h.
part-time Job. Has
typing nice lot $3200. Needs some
serve us. PALATKA EA S-9166 I ,
: expenses in excess of the $50 with Robert: something fowling, Miami. shorthand filing and II I Financed
clerking the Rancher repairs 401 Alton Rd. -
S per month budgeted a playground ould be done." she said. Funeral services wUl be held I experience. Phone 961-7608. MRS. PEGGY SHALLER call Orange Park 264-6943.
Arch Thomas III ,
east of the railroad. "The marshall! should stay; at 2 p.m. Friday In Evergreen I 209 E. Adklns St. tfchg

: .end the number of dogs running within his budget or else." Wins Award For oemtLoiy neai1 Hailoru, WIt! I WANTED man with familyto StarU Agent

loose in the town. Jordan took the floor again Rev. B. L. Humphreys officiating. -I work on ranch. Year round LOSE WEIGHT' safely with

: Mayor Charles S'. ford Nho to tell the Board that] he Achievement'Arch DeWitt C. Jones v'uneiai work. House, lights, water and REDUCED FROM 9100 TO Dex-A-Dlet Tablets. ONLY 98o

vnlj: he has "served the best I wanted to operate according "' : Home Is In charge of arrange- gas furnished. Reply to "E'" at Mitchell Drug fitp! 6/22
"Thomas ni.1' ion.of Mr. Drawer Stnrka. $70 PER MO.\ ,
A.
tfchg .
jcoulld: for 10 years for the to the council wishes. He ask. ments.
and Mrs. A. :J. Thomas Jr., NRW ONE. BEDROOM USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned -
i. of Fort Lauderdale FOR SALE BRICK HOUSE!;
) has -recently (15 np. 10 different
been granted ,,the U.S. Circuit Court I ready for occupancy.) 3 bed. FURNISHED name brands to choose. from.

Junior Chamber: ; 'Commerce room 1% bath. Located just GARDEN APTS. Part tc excellent repairs aN

Award for scholastic achieve Opens Here outside of city limits In Pine- makes. KIRBY SALES!) k

I. HELD merit, for rood study habits I breeze. Small down payment. AIR CONDITION( SERVICE 712 N. Main Gaines-

and an attitude of eagerness Alter a day-long trial as the Easy monthly terms. Long- vllla 376-7110. tfchg
NEXT TO B.H.8 ON !!
toward the learning process. Spring of Circuit: Court opened champ Const. Co., Contact Bu .. .

He. .ham.,also. been' : awardedi i here Wednesday! Purvia Ortffls 1HI'l ford Mitchell Phone 964-6853: WASHINGTON" ST. FOR RENT' furnished 1
i Certificate of Educational I, pleaded guilty In two of thret P. O. Box 238 Starke. tfchg bedroom cottage. Large living

Development recognition of counts in a moonshine case. Call room and kitchen tile bath,

outstanding performance' on Judge J. C. Adklns Ji CLA4RIFIKD. AD MR. MASON\ private driveway. Near school.

t OVER the 1066-67"' National Educational ordered! a pre-aentence Investgallon !. tl't.tt: $60 mo. Renner Apts. 383 W.

Tests. .. / Ip (. IS .....01..,. _._..._1.00 care of Ernest Tew Washington. Call 964-6279 or
Of interest .ahio Is .the ,rec- Only one case was set for r 964- 277. tfchg

cut.awanl_ tq_1J!!?,1-'l| ;'..omll. trial today, that of Williams Rnrfc word e..r 15 ____D7 ,Realty Inc. ;

Archie's mother, of a 'ccrtlfl- Chester Cole. charged with I Extra, rharnc M not No. /S15 20 Acres on 301. Good
osLo In recognitIon. having escape from the state prison, '. paid !a ......e. _'__._ Gainesville! Ph.-376-6461. dry'' cleaned land, planted In Help Wanted:

successfully completed 'a prescribed In a case ,transferred from MEMORIAL; RRHOM TION8cat 2906 N. W. 13th St. I pasture. Ideal for truck or

course' of study In Union County. I S per we"4 I poultry farm. MALE

Real Estate Principals and r nther cases Wednesday, CARD OP TIIAMKSRO No. 492 2 Acrea com
Rthlrs. tthe Judge: I vri.rd.. ov !I...a .-=-.."
.. ---- .:.,'10 word ever SO.OB I pletely furnished D room and Woods Foreman familIar -
The Thomas family, who ""... .iea tne trial 01 J5une II I ONE STOP bath bungalow located 1 mile
recently moved from Starke to Brazill!, charged with six MAKE RESERVATIONS, out of Starke on paved road. with CypresH! logging -

fort Lauderd l :will.'be hereto counts of assault by a state I I NOW for Fall Term Mama UNDERWATERWEED I Only $8900. Terms. For to operate woods

greet old friends and neigh'' prisoner with a deadly' weapon. Priest Kindergarten and Day MASONRYMATERIALS Homes Farms Ranches, Acre. equipment and crew.

bois. whlee staying at their Ordered Kingsley Lake cottage duringthe >In the case of CarolF. i 7-27 homes call.
8-8 Stehjr! All 1 give ua a I
I Fourth! of July. holiday. Catlr, who changed his plea I Types 8TROUT REALTY: Write "D," Drawer A

to guilty to a charge of IsxuIng FOR SALE: 1963 Chevrolet Uulldoxer & I II 2117 N. Temple Ave.. Starke, I..
: .fA. -- wonthless checks and I Pick-up truck, 6 cylinder 27- I Fla. 964-6609 I. Starke, Fla.
((904)) .
I Line Work Mix
Drag Concrete
Ready
giand larceny., Catlr gave a. ,000 miles. Phone im4-621S. Up Coni i

bad check to Starke Hardware I J. C. Gardner I crete Block, Sand Rock, FOR RENT -- By week 2 bed
12 Wides exchange for a shotgun. He 'FINISHES! Two well known Cement. Mortar Steel Oyster I room air conditioned HOUSE and lot for sale two
Finishes for Automobiles PHONE I Shell!' Umerock Roof cottageon .
9n4-772<
Is. charged with similar offenses -, Crystal Lake. Call Mrs. blocks from courthouse $109G.00 -
I Liquor and Lacquer. Gravel, Pre at>, LJntefo. and
In several counties. cash. 207 Alvarez St., 1/4
Custom Made L. K. 964-6512.
(WCTU National Volcr). FOR, RENT Unfurnished Window Sflla Everything Whitehead
Jesse Dean withdrew a pica I << block .outh'of Center St. Call
For Florida Living two BR house outside city. I tfchg
for :: _
(Construction.
of not guilty to a charge of MaMoaiy 473-4508 Keystone
WAITRESSES wanted will Furnished apartment In Hts.2tp
I assault with Intent to murder INSURANCE 6-t6
I Get
Mope
consider teaching Incxpcrlcnc-I Starhe. W. H. Nollman. U chg
YOU and pleaded guilty to a lesser ANNOUNCING AT KF.nrcr.n RATES!!
For Your $ $ charge of aggravated assault. ed girls. Jack's' 6-16. RETIRED: COUPLE or single I AUTO. FIRR. BOAT INSIDE; HELP WANTED: Apply -
301 South Stnrke. 2tp II
A
New "
at Tastce Freeze Drive-In-
I DOYLE R. CONNER
person. FREE RENT In exchange
I I No, Salaried or Commissioned SALES HELP WANTED -- I '; for light duties. Write I Ready Mix Plant INSURANCE AGENCY It-chg
Employ.* 6 DrownsAt I :
Boy must be bondable chauffeur Box 686. Keystone Heights, tfcbg. WANTED Maid, references.

___ DAD & BRAD LARSEN license age 21 thru 60, for Fla. 32656. tf-chg I atKeystone 1 days a week. Apply 305 N

wholesale fishing tackle and HeightsFor I Walnut St.. 9647753.: It
LIKE TO WORK NEW MOBILE home, Chick-
Gold HeadA sporting goods.! Must have SILVER SAND
asha 20'ta. 24' wide. Buddy.
BY POPULAR DEMAND YOU Benefit! some direct sales experience- LAKE I Better Service To Clemson Layton Travel Trail- 1 DANISH Modern 3 pc. bod-
Call 473-43)6) or 473-4181 Key- Hhiuly Sandy Beaches room, suite, $75: ; 1 upright GE
six-year-old Jacksonville That Area. ers. Liberty< Taylor Aalea.
stone lit. for 12 ft. Freezer SlOOj 1 Kelvl-
appointment.2tp Clear Water' ;
boy. Bobble Legg.!!: drowned at I buy sell trade. Year bank financing. -
All Size*! .M Display Gold Head Branch State Park 6-16 $:!,,.10 to 93,300 We Will Not De Buckeye Trailer Mart nator electric stove, $30. Can
Nas be 1I0ell'at 762 N. Walnut St.
orthyFurniture 8-10-12 WMu Sunday afternoon when he FOR SALE: 2 stud horses, EASY TERMS Undersold. Inc. 8678 Roosevelt Blvd. Up

fl1Ba1h. went under In. water over his 1-1 year old ..- burnt red color See S. E. McKay I.Orange Park 284-2131. tfchg

and Expandable bead according the Clay' : 1-2 year 8 mo. old, black Keystone Height> I 'HOUSE for rent. 3 bedrooms,
BradfordEngineering
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County Sheriffs Office. with white blaze and !socks. Phones 473-4818. Myers 'Power Tool furnished, all electric kitchen

A lifeguard at the scene said Shown by appointment .only. 473-4740 or <473-41.13: Area"Headquarters! For 2 aorea land on hardroad. Inquire -

New and Used8Yr. the child apparently went Into Call 47.1-434A or 473-4181 Keystone Lawnmowera. Power' Tools at Lavenders Gift Shopon
: water over his head. He was Ilts. Also 1 A.K.C. 'reir- PRICED TO SELL 200 mere MrCullnch' Chain Saws road' 100, 9 miles west of

.financing: available brought to shore by nearby iatcreJ German Shepard femalo. ranch. This one won't last Pump A: Water Systems. Starke. tfrhg

Hall Price swimmers and Immediately :.1 I vrs. olr!. 2tp. 6-lfl long. Terms. *: Brlgga A Stratton Engines
Use Our Rental-Pur given mouth-to-mouth resusci See me to-day : Co. Rentals Sale Service- COMER'S LAKEVIEW
tation. MALE: HELP wanted high DOUBLE YOUR MONEY- BEACH & COTTAGES -
chase Plan 230 N.E. 16th Ave.
-Payments The child was pronounced school education or mechanical 301 property Clour to new Gainesville $76-3411 Spend the day with your family .

I Under $50 Per Month dead-oivarrlval at the Brad ability required. Apply In. per- Court House. Sure-fire investment Phone Starke on. Santa Fe Lake. Parking
tfchg
*r. ..iiIt's : ford County Hospital. Clay son at Rig Dad Manufacturing $1.00 per car Swim picnic

I County Deputy Sheriff Paul R. Co offlrc between 7:30: a.m. BETTER CALL, QUICK q6454O3Keystone ANTIQUES FOR SALE at free. Cottages by the week.

NOWIMoIile Rogers Investigated the acci- and 4-15: p.m. 2tchg 6-18 BILL POWELL, Broker Quigley Museum. Open daily. Ph. 488-1129 Maude Comer.

964-6464 I Ready East Madison St.. Starke. tf Earlton. 12tchg 8-24
dent.The FOR RKNT 2 block -
: Bedroom Mix ,
child's parents are Mr. house (unfurnished at' 624 LISTEN AT TillS 3 BEDROOM house unfinished SPAN AMERICAN 14' fHSer-!
S37 ) I
and Mrs. M. E. Legg. Dug- il Keystone I .
Home SitesAVAILABLE I sell i ;las ski boat, tilt trailer good
die Road Jacksonville. Epperson St. Phone 964-B219. can you a good three 5V3 acres strawberry ]land la
tf-chg bedroom CB house tile bath I 4734285FOR mile from city limits. 4900.00 :jondltlon. Call 473-4607 Key-

carport, lots of closet room and I I Ph. 964-5801.:> ltp Uone Hts. Itp

Really Full Lake Privileges I Adjuatable Vlnjl Book FOR SALK beautiful Palo utility hot water and space SALES FOR SALE 1 bedroom

Homestead Exempt- Covers. AU sizes: 30 cents ca.it mino mare and red ,iSorrellstallion. heaters paved street. 100.00 MILES\ OF STARKE TUTORS: Two certified teachers trailer 8 x 33. Westmoreland

Financing: t The Telegraph. Doth priced to sell. down small closing cost and House and lot, out elt..Town, available this summer for Trailer Park. Ph.
Private. owner. See today for monthly payment. '!''<' r.****. tl.BOO.00/ cash or $2,000.00 private or small group tutor 9646851.tft.h

WILDIBut ,CALL FOR'ro f'O""I''Olt1lNotlc. nll 4 AMIMOIICK quick sale. Call 96-1-5978 daysor A. J. Thomas, Realtor. TeL with terras of 10% down and ing in 'Math and English. Call

Lake Geneva I Is hereby given th.it 9fl.>-8143 nights. Itch* 9645701. balance by the month. A. .J. 964-6952 or 96-&- .::52. tf-chg FOR RENT 2 bedroom

the Board of County Commls.t Thomas Realtor. Tel. 884-3701. modern house. Will be vacant
I, ttlo-nere,' .. Bradford County SFU.F.O BIDS 2 LARGE rooms and bath WILL babysit In home
Trailer Sales Florida.. will, \ receive cimled hid my July 1. See by appointmentonly.
until Iell: P.M. on July S, 1961> Will 'be rp:.;:''ved up to Fri. furnished Walk-In closet FOUND: Roll of saturated weekdays. I am a housewife 1021 Palm St. Ph964.
Seeing
BelievingWE HI th. Of fire lit tne Clerk of theCircuit Night. June 9, for 2 houses window fan. You pay utilities, Sean-Roebuck roofing paper. with 3 children of my own antI 6474. 3t-' > 6-22

O* Rente 10*. One Mite 8KKcymoM County Court Court Holme In the at Hrnilford Htiirke.Florida. and barn East side US. 301, $33.00. Waldo 468-1408. Itp Call Taste Freeze Drive-In am reliable. I own home In ...-

DARE YOU TO COME Helf.ht* At said. time all hi.In adjacent to Drive-In Theatre. 9644411.! UcllgA city ]lilts close to town. Con- FOR SALE 1957 Chevrolet

Open Sun. & Evening. ,!".M.I! wl110.| .? publicly open Price to Include clean up of 1959 English Ford for sale, tact Elizabeth Halpin. 932 V8 RAH. good..condition

IN AND LOOK AROUND ed and... "rend t HIM aloud iirudford, In the County CouitJ.MU site, A J Thomas Realtor. $229. Runs good. Phone 782' I ClaMlded Ad .. the TELEGRAPH -I Euclid St., east off Alton Rd. $175. Johnny Hazen Ph. 964-

I' -9c, '. : _.- Court 11........ IItllr..... Florid, Tel 061-5701-} 3064. 3tp B-22 brine ....a1t*. 2tp A-1A 1 1 r..W. Ita.ww
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participate In our Honorary Court during commencement Bradford-Clay
Gold Card membership, which week Princess of the Mardi
entitles them to many bene- Gras weekend at Sulllna. as Realtors Hear
i fits through our national office well .s a business staff> mem- State OfficialsThe
( ber of The Reflector, student

Have Teachers And Legislators Now Is the time of year news publication, and a mem- growth of the Florid,
when people get out to cork In ber of the Judicial Council. Real Estate Com m Union and
; their yards and gardens. It la the real estate license laws
of No ?
The Point Return
Rcached f
tIr
i very Important, especially for Burge Searing, son of Mr. were topics of discussion at :a
Senior Citizens, to protect and Mrs E. B. Searing of dinner meeting of the BraJ-
with take to and the
"Don't throw the baby out years overcome,
themselves while using Insec- \Starke, received a Bachelor of ford-Clay County Board of
the bath water." loss of additional tax dollars that
Music degree In piano at the ,
ticides. Be sure to keep your Realtors In the Garden Rosta
This well-known bit of old- would have been brought to the back to the direction in which 84th annual Commencement urant Thursday!' night, June I.Guattt ,

fashioned advice was never more state by such "scared away" in- iJ lr ..r the wind Is blowing, and wash exercises at Stetson UniversityIn speakers were M M.
timely.As dustries will hurt the very schools > x ,4jfJ r r your hands and other exposed: Deland on Sunday. June 4. Smith, Jr., executive secretary

much in sympathy as we are that the FEA leaders profess to parts thoroughly after the Job He plans to do graduate study and Frank A. Wilkinson, general
with the plight of our schools and want to help. Is done. Read the labels care- at Florida. State University In counsel of FREC. Mr.
fuly before using. One of the the field of piano In prepara- Smith has served 36 years In
teachers cannot help but We might well ask how this
our we the college -
safest all-purpose insecticides tion for teaching on the furtherance of the real
wonder if the Florida Education situation reached such an impasse. la malathIon, yet the level. estate profession, and Mr.

Association has not come danger- How have the teachers sud- same caution should be ob- Wilkinson has ten years of
ously close to touching off a denly found themselves in a posi- l served. James Edward Brown, son service to his credit.

harmful chain reaction with its tion of pressuring the State Leg- Care should also be taken to of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert S Mr. Smith said that educa

imposition of so-called "sanc- islature beyond a point of no re- prevent red bug Infestation. Brown, of Starke, was amon tion requirements are constantly
tions." turn ? ( These tiny bugs cause lots of the graduates receiving degrees being upgraded In the
at Murray State University. and predicted thatIt
discomfort and could bring on profession
In a prepared release, attempting Although questioning the wis- infection which Is very dan- Murray Ky. on May 29. will not be long before a degree -
to justify the action, FEA dom of sanctions we might well gerous to older persons. A In. real estate will be required -

President George Dabba said: "A ask what other recourse the teach- small piece of rag, dipped In Robert Lee Wade, of Starke. for licensing under UM

pass-the-buck Legislature!, combined ers had. Two years ago they wentto kerosene squeezed out and received a bachelors degree Florida laws.Certificates. ,
with the political ambitionsof Tallahassee with hats in handto S fir l y' tied over the socks around tha from the division of teacher of Achievement
; rQ 'l f l .. '' ankles will help Immensely as education at Hampton Insti- for successful completion of
an irresponsible: Governor, in meet with the House Education h1 r J i 4r 1 It
a barrier to these blood-suck- tute, Hampton Va. on May 29- the 1967 Educational: Institute
the face of the needs of a financially Committee. They were rudely in- : Another preventive Is to were awarded to 11 membersand

starved school system, have formed by Rep. Robert Mann, the ers spray with 6-12 or Off solu- New Officers associates, including A J.

brought Florida's schools face to same lawmaker who this term introduced 1A j i .- P tion around the tops of\ shoes Thomas, Sr. of Starke, and
the million House t, : Elected ByChildren's James H. McEarchern of Keystone
face with the most serious crisisin $148 ;;; and socks. These precaution
their history." education bill, that they "had 1 will keep these pests from the Group Heights.
Fourteen realtors, seven, associates
the most unwanted places, and
come to wrong place.
All of which butit 117w'
may oe true and 11 guests attended -
hours of uncom- Reddish
It has been ten back prevent many Deputy Sheriff Dolph "
is hard for the layman to see years fortable scratching was elected president of the meeting which was pro-
how the to 1957 since the teachers have sided over by the president
of. sanctionscan
imposition A total of 2280.672 was the Bradford County Chil-
do anything other than com- been given more than a smatter- paid In Social Security bene- dren's Committee at the final Hilda T. Neth.
pound the crisis especially when ing of the amount they requested. fits In 1966 to 2,903 people In luncheon meeting held Mon- A joint meelmg of the

new teachers are told they will be Meanwhile, the state has drifted Clay County. This figure does day before adjournment for Bradford Clay unit and Realtorswill the
charged with from twelfth in the nation to not include lump sum death the summer. Gainesville Board of
"unethical conduct"if
Wednesday
beheld at 6:30: p.m. -
benefits or Medicare payments officers elected
thirty-fourth in the outlay Other new
they accept positions in Florida's .student. per These totals work out et this time were Frank Williams June 14, at Ramada
"subminimal" school system. to an average of $78.80 per vice president and pro- Inn la Gainesville. David C.
The FEA has educa- of the Florida
The adverse effect will quickly presented month, which is not much In gram chairman, and Mrs- Jones, president
be
be felt right here at home where tion programs to every Legisla- sA.T1e 'T !h comparison with today's cost Martha Minx, secretary- Association of Realtors A social will hour
ture in recent a special guest.
teachers
years; of food and medicines. Hencewe treasurer..
vacancies still exist in the high have asked so often that it has patiently await the resultsof The new officers will begin will precede the dinner.

school faculty for'four' science instructors become "the same old story" to r the studies and proposalsof their terms when meetings are

two in math, and one legislative ears in Tallahassee. It l the Ways and,Means. Committee resumed In September
for band. Two places also remainto has become In Congress to be put Quest speaker at the Monday
be filled in the Lawtsy school, standard practice for FARMER'SStill DIARY forward for action, by the meeting was Daniel K. FFA NEWSBRADFORD \
some legislators to lip serviceto
pay
and others may develop before r' x House and Senate. Biggs public relations and
education while at the same June 13 Is the date for our service unit director for the CUAPTEBOreg
opening of the fall
term time tying the state's purse ,-no rain in any amount next picnic, which will be held Florida Division of The Sal-
Already difficult at bent/ what strings that much tighter. yet and (.things are dry as a. from work Alice said to Sam: at the home of Tom and Lisa vation Army, Jacksonville. He

chance will the School Board haveto With schools (bone' beneath\ the surface of "Don't sit on your bed untilI Hanson on Lake Hutchlnson. described the Important work David Scott.
ill-equipped and in for a Alvarez
say so, or you'll be We will meet at Keystone
employ qualified teachers for the However, there Is
over 30 students packed in class- ground. carried on by the Salvation Raymond Thomas, and Cecil
a surprise. Beach at 11 a, m. and proceedas
formation and
'cloud
these ct
,
positions when they are told teachers plenty Army In the fields of Juvenile Stalnaker will represent our
room, do not feel destina-
they to
our
we harean' ;' 'Idea that the a convoy
that their so-called "unethicalconduct" It turned out that Alice waa broken chapter at the State FFA Con-
are doing the job they know shower-b-dey season,: la on delinquency
in accepting a positionin should be done. There'' is never hand and that noon we'll have 'baking some biscuits, and had tion.Come along and have some homes, alcoholism, and llllgl- vention In, Daytona Beach,

the school system here will be enough money even for textbooks.But all the'water we want and 4 put the panful of dough the InSam's fun In the sun. tlmate children. The SA also June! ,13.18.Cecil .
turned on
and
bed,
"subject to review" with the -.Joe Kerrigan be awarded the
then. will
tomeWhile for
whoever is at fault, the sit- electric blanket to make the conducts a summer camp
stakes as high as jeopardy of uation never should have been allowed ,.. dough rise. It was a smart Reporter underprivileged mothers and: District Green Hand Award

their teaching certificate? tp reach the point of invok- mowing, Sam noticed Idea. and it worked fine, but children on Bedford Lake\ In and Ronny Newman, Bobby

It is sad, but true, that "sane-. ing damagingsanctions. Some- some nice ripe blackberries, By Sam McGinrt it la good/ thing she remembered Four From Here .Bradford County, afordinlJ'around '' Patrick, and David Scott wJU

tions" against the schools have where along the line relations and on'finishing- WLth the mow to warn Sam, or he'dhave Receive Degree 2,000 individuals ,from, receive the Chapter Farmer
the backing of state laws which er he got a pan and went to courthouse.. plopped in the dough
and communicationsbetween the: ptcRinff.: 'Because of" the 5' .fOae /Ibowt and then wondered whaton At Colleges all Over Florida a one-week' Degree
authorized such drastic action at two "sides". have broken down drought, the crop of blackberries night/ on coming home earth had happened to him. summer vacation that they The chapter delegates willpartlctp'iatlt
the time a code of ethics was set until each has reached the point spotty; there are some Miss Jane Adams, daughterof 'would not otherwise have in visible judging,

up several years ago governing where its leaders cannot retreat good,berrle', but IrJO t.ot them Recreation Center. :D!'. and Mrs. H. II. Adamsof Mr. Biggs expressed the wish, and will put on a demonstra

the conduct of teachers. Bills are' without losing face. This should are undersized and seedy. SENIOR New members Initiated Into Starke has received cv degree that a Service Unit Committee ,

now pending in the Legislature to never have happened. Perhapsthe However; Alice stewed up the CITIZENS our club last month, were Mr- of Associate In Arts from could be organized locallyto tion.The election: for next year'sofficers )
Va.
Bulllns In Bristol,
College
these 'In' dish she calls ., '
panful a
remove ,
legal "teeth" from FEA asked too much, and the and Mrs. Paul and Thelma Commencement exercises were act In time of emergency will be held In, Sep
mush" and it was
sanctions, but so far they remainon Legislature too little "blackberry It Is always a pleasure to Fair, of Waldo,.and a prospective
the books. gave but good. meet arid'aed'nov. people and held at 3 p. m. Sunday May needs In the community Such tember.
neither should have maneuvered member from Kingsley effectiveIn The chapter will have two
Senior Citizen have proved
faces at our 28.In groups
The chain reaction has already itself into a position where compromise meetings held very second Lake Stewart Beckett. addition to her course of other parts of the state, he delegates for' the Forestry
spread, with the imposition this cannot be reached.In While had picking assistance the from berrl our!!"'. and fourth Tuesday'of each, Our membership Is gradually studies at Sulllns. Miss Adams said. Camp In July.IT'S .
Sam
week of sanctions against Florida the meanwhile, sanctions new puppy "Lonesome." He month at 'the.Pratt Street;, Increasing and 99 per cent was a member of the May

bY.. the National Education Assoc- if prolonged cannot but harm wall sitting on. the ground by

iation. This will include advertised the state irreparably. And we're the pan eating: away as fans::

notice to business and; industry beginning to wonder what those aa Sam picked, and that Wenton
across the nation that Florida'sschool children until the latter noticed
of
whom
both sides what was up, and put a halt::
system is "subminimal"and
profess to be so concerned will to !with.a. shout and a cuff
that industrialists should con do next fall without the
teachers on the head.
sider this when hunting for newJ. ." who have been scared away by OFF AND RUNNING

areas of investment. Such a stigma the threat of reprisals for "un- See where an effort l lie

attached to the stata may ethical conduct." under'' way to form a straw
berry' cooperative- This wee/ .
tried many' years ago, and w"
A Course Of ActionNewly hope,that this time it Is mnrvaucctniful. .

One thing we know
named principal of Brad- school grounds, and leaving the ia that many of the growpii,
ford High School, James Temple, campus at all hours do not make have been dissatisfied with t.r,.v "A
is giving early indication of for an market at Starke and we nr"" : ;"
atmosphere
organized action next fall to contributing not at all surprised that th<'v 4
one of the school's biggest combat to quality education.The are trying to do something .. ; 1-::'. '. .
411"
new system with teachers about It. .
problems .i
attendance.In ".- .., ;
assigned to attendance has .L I ''If'" ... ; .
as I' ...
cooperation with officials of \"
the county's Juvenile Court he been done successfully in the jun- It;:'Is"ca mpa ratlvcly ensy) In 1 ) 1'1'... .... l1x 4IhAPhb._ ::\ pr-do: \

has led! a group of teachers, in ior high school this term, will get aa organization. of thin', .,.. ...' ..'.. ,'. .._, .. 1't\' \ \
leave the classroom instructorfree type started, because every, ..,. I
formulating <.
a plan of action to :
curb to pursue his subject mat- grow r-.wants to get moremedey 1.1.1 .rain: ..L. 1 tI
truancy cases and the fruit.'The 11I\\
tar proM.
ter. Some of the probems of at- his . .. .... ., t
school's worst attendance prob rem will come in getting them :;.: {'2Jir! f' f. .,.
lems. Two teachers tendance and discipline will be to-stlctt together and that wilt '. .,.
next will : t
/ .
year t .1 ::0) ,!f.-i & ,
I be assigned to check attendanceand lifted from his shoulders.The take' some doing for farmer' i ,. i 1 ,:rt( ) !'l. t 1 1I' ,
a new position called Pupil more that plans for the are well-known for'being I Indvpcndcnt f ::" ; ,,.,"
,7.
n.I I it cornea tu i ;) .i
\ .wh .
Personnel Director operation of the high school :' :
has been estab- are ? > /fit : a.' .f
]lished. publicized the more parents and selling. -'. ; i ii.: i ..I .!';i "I', M ,. .

;Temple says he will organize a students will understand what is Prospects took 'good' for' fivenew 'y.N I .I. t'.,'. ....'-...., \ ,', .. '.. .. .
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system to deal with the total attendance going on. They will have the op- roads i,JservjngLittle. Santa e : :...Tn Rtf 'l P. g.16 J. -4f" ; .
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problem of the 1,200 portunity to understand the pro- Te and Big Santa F"e. but .. _J. '
I
student body. He also plans to cedure,' and to see why things'are after those two are bunt> the 1' 'f. "r...'" ,, .-'If' .... .;. .-r ", ,
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future looks bleak, so far a* .
work on the academic atmosphereat being done. The new principal was concerned. '; '.1.. ...... .

BUS; to make the school situa- wise in letting. the public in on his county,.. -funds county are faction ,..In the .. : : .....

tion more conducive to learningand plans. Legfslature Is almost bound tu

to improve the quality of instruction If Temple's methods are put into cutoff our funds In'a numberof

action, if teachers feel a part ways and local officials are

J\Ve would agree that the new of the organization and are back- pessimistic about. any road- '

administrator, who occupies the ed by it, if parents understand the building In the future. Head To Baldwin Chevrolet
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"hot seat" in the top'post at BUS reason for it, the situation at '> .

is'' putting first things first. Obviously Bradford High School should im It's too bad; because there
students (f. a nee: for more hardtop
must be in the prove.
roads, particularly in the Law
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classroom if they are to take advantage But it won't be done in a day, tey_ section of the county

of the instruction offer- or without the support of every- where a large number ofpeo-,
ed. Teenagers'roaming the halls. one cone rned.i pie hare to travel for mile

over graded' roads before get For The i Big Savings Purse
i And \\n
R Oq The Bradford County Telegraph wet ting(Weather on a "hard-top., the graded road' : .

,A ESTABLISHED 1879E. get boggy and are almost 'invt

M.d1i1O L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher passable.' .CC, ...' .

G Florida'. OldMt Weekly New.paper PnMtehed OontUou.ly We've heard some talk of
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abandoning the Idea of buildIng Baldwin Chevrolet inc.

a new courthouses of
Published each Thursday and catered M Second CUa Matter art the Pat Offloeat
using that. money to.build
Starke, Florida under Act of March Srd, 1178. ,
road, but we're told ,that this..

Subscription In trade area: 1 year, $$4.00 s t noattis. $2.23ti I.I not possible as the race- 301 North Starke,' Florida Phone 9617500BRADFORD

IIe trade arras 1 rear. 94JJOi 0 months. $1,10i track revenue Issue was 'sold

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. Willie L.CarroIlServices : ren, and five greatgreatgrandchildren. Tampa. ,yvyyyyyyyyy mT'YYvYyBROOKER
Surviving! ire her husband,
Held Funeral services were' held Newton J. Strickland, Tampa;

Near B nifay at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Assembly oiio. son, :Newton, Jr., of Lithia;

I. of, God Church at a daughter Mrs. Elmira Rice,
__ Willie Lee Carroll, 87. died Noma (hear Bonifay), with Orlando; and one' brother, O. J. By Joyce StokeiLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Friday June 2, at his home in Rev. Huey Hlnaon officiating1. Anders, of Lawtey.

_ Starke after a lingering illness. Interment was In. the Noma Funeral services were heW! JUNIOR III PRESENTS
He was born in Coffee County Cemetery with DeWitt C. at 2 p.m. Monday in Jones! MUSIC FESTIVALThe
Ala. on Sept. :2, 1879. Jones Funeral Home In charge : Memorial Chapel with Rev. W. Brooker Junior High

A retired farmer and a of arrangements. A. Hogan, pastor of the School presented a delightful

-I member of thq Baptist Church.Mr. Starke First Baptist Church, musical program, at the school' :*- ---- 4 p-y <' ,_p_"

_ Carroll had lived in 'the Services Held For officiating.. Interment was in auditorium Tuesday, May 30, ,
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-- Starke area for the past 20 Santa Fe Cemetery near at 8 p-m. -
years. Mrs. Strickland Hampton with graveside rite's Mrs, Julie Rasmussen, director -i

Survtvutg) are hIs wife, LI-!] At Santa Fe conducted by Eastern Star of the program, is to be MADISON STREET RAIFORD BAPTIST NORTHSIDE BAPTIST GRAHAM BAPTIST LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST
-- lie Mae Carroll, of Starke; five Chapter 224 .of Starke.: DeWltt congratulated on her efforts BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH
danghte'rs, Mrs. Frank Math. :Mrs. Neta Anders Strickland, C. Jones Funeral Home was In In, producing this musical I
Sat., June 10 -PreparationDay Schedule of services: Sunday Schedule of services: Sun- Sunday School. 10 a. m, Sunday (School;' 10 m": in.
of
_I eny, Mrs. Earl Lockhart, Mrs., 68, of Tampa. died Thursday :charge arrangements. treat, which included children
Horace Whitehead, and Mrs. : June 1, in a hospital there following from all grades of the school, for Vacation Bible School. School,. 10 a.m. Worship 11 day School 9:45: a. m. MornIng Morning Worship 1)) a. m Morning Worship 11 A. m.;
Sun.. June 11 Sunday a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Training Worship, 10:45: a. m and 7 p. m.-.Rev. ..Leland. Evening Worship'
_ Allen Ellington, all: of l a brief ,Illness. Funeral Services kindergarten through 8th. p. m.s
Petersburg and !Mrs. M. Mrs. Strickland was b'om..i in The 7th and 8th grade girls School. 9:45: a. m. Morning Union, 6:30: p.m. Rev. Jack Training Union 6:45: p. m, Baker. pastor. Prayer Meeting '.Wedneaday

-I im3flOn5. of Longvlcw St.j: f Hampton on Sept. .(6, 1893, the Held SaturdayFor sang several numbers, accom-t, Worship,. 11 a. Vacation Stolte pastor. Evening Service, 7:45.: Mid- Thursday Visitation 10 8 p. m. Sing each! )_;Friday at 8
three sons, William E., daughter of the late Z. T. and Eddie Green panted by Mrs. Rasmussen at Bible School, 6:30: p. m, con-: week Prayer Service Wed- a. m. and 7 1 p. m. p. m. Rev. Harvey Lane, pat-
Roy W., and Loy L. Carroll Josephine/ Rowe Andora- Sha .:the piano, and Tony Castlen tlnulne dally at, same time CHURCH OF GOD nesday, 7:45: p. m tor.

all of St. Petersburg; a stepI wan a member of the Baptist Eddie Arthur Green, S 6, of with the guitar. Piano solos through June 16. 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. NEW RIVER BAPTIST

daughter Mrs. Thelma Ta'lor,1]I I Church, OES Chapter 11, Starke, died Thursday, June 1, were' given by Cherie Hinton -Rev. :Felder L. Rowan pastor Sunday School, 10 a. m. BAPTIST SMYRNA MISSIONARY Sunday School 10 m. BROOKER BAPTIST
of Chipley; a step-son Shclcy : Dames of Malta Rebecca after an extended Ulness, He Debbie Douglas, and Russell Worship Services 11 a. m. CHURCH a. Sunday School 10 a. ir.
Taylor of Bonifay; 31 grar.d- I Lodge Chapter 20 and Amaranth was born 1 In Bradford Countyon Burdeshaw.The BAYLESS HIGHWAY and 7:30',: ( p. m. YPE. Wednesday 633 W. Pratt. St. SundaY' Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m.Tr8In1ni' .
chi1dre 40 Court No. 13 all of Kindergarten students BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30: Meeting services: Sunday School, 10 Training UnIon. 7 p. m. Eve
great-grandchild- April 1, 1887, and had lived p. m. Prayer Un1on, .41:30: p. .m.
here air his life, He sang several numbers, Including" < .I Friday 7:30: p. nl.-Rlv. a. m. Preaching 11 a. mTraining ning Worship, 8 p. m.
was a retired Sunday School, 10 a. m.; : serVice., Evening Worship.. 7:30:
two action The 1st L. Union, 6:13: p m. Wednesday night ,
farmer anda, member\ 01: songs Morning Worship Service. 11 S. Williams, pastor. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday,
That's Our Business and 2nd grades presented a Evening Worship 7 p. m. 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome.L. .
GLASS the Primitive
Baptist Church a. m. Training .Union, 6:30 7:30.: Vernon N. Williamson,
Surviving: ,,1s his wife, psle musical version of "The Gingerbread p. m.; Evening Worship,' 7:30P. : I KINOSLEY LAKE Everyone welcome .- Elder L. Parker pastor. pastor. .

"If It's Glass!!! W. Have If ThomaS Green; two daughters Boy" with the followIng M. BAPTIST CHCRCIk T. C. Williams, pastor. I CHURCH, OF CHRIST.
Edna Green; and Mrs. Haze cast of characters; Ginger- I IIEIL&RONV BA-t' 'lSTSunda.y
Wed. 7:30p.
Prayer Meeting, ,
:
CALL, WRITE or VISITFOR I Swindell, all ot Starke; one bread Boy Plenl Hicks; Little Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN *
m.; O. A. Meeting, Wed.. Sunday: Bible Study 10a. School 0:45: a, i in.
ANY GLASS NEED son, Odell Green, of Dundee Old Lady Debbie Jonet:; Wad- Morning Worship; 11 a. m.
; 7:30 Choir Rehearsal Sunday School! Morning and Horning 11 L
: p. .m.; 9:43:: a. m. m.: Worship Worship; in.
three brothers, Willie Green dley Duck, Johnny Rogers; Training Union 8:15. p. BL
We Design Modern Store Fronts Wed., 7:30; p. m.; Brotherhood MornJng Worship, 11 a. m. Communion Service 11 a. m- Training Vnion, 6:30: p. m.
;: Three Cornered I
Wayne
e Starke Claude Green Pig, Evening Worship, 7:30
; :Max-: : p. m. Youth I
meeting, ]last MondayIn I Fellowship 6 Evening services 630. Evening Senrlce,
Midweek
p. m. ; 7:30: -
A vine and Lacy Green, jacksonville Reid; Cat, Darllne Jones; and Midweek Prayer Service,!
Pattern ; ;
Just Mail Us Fa" Choir
each month1; David Practice Wednesday
Bluebird, Isabel. Bristol. Several -I Rev. Wednesday Wednesday Worship service Praiyer' $Service,. 7:00:
Table TopsSHEA'S ; three sisters, Mrs. Medelros 7:30: p. m.-:.Rev. 8 >p.m.> 7 Minister Jack P.. ,;
!, ))astorrIIOPE t p. m. p. Wednesday Troy
I Marcum of Jacksonville numbers were alao presented Jim Rlgdon.
Pearl : ; ,pastor. Come, let I bell. .
Mrs. Maude!\ Newrpans': and by the other grades.,0 BAPTIST CIIUBCn ,us worship together I Rev. Robert D. Bu'rch. I Johnson pastor

Mrs. Amanda .both The auditorium was filled,
urney .of
.. .
GLASS CO. fivI and enjoyed a pleas- it -- -
Starke. Also surviving: are, everyone [highway 100 Tberes.s)
grandchildren and 17 ant evening. Refreshments
great
Sunday School 10 a. m.

1313 N.W.4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-435sl I V,I grandchildren.Funeral! servIces were held were after the served program in the, and cafeteria the Morning Worship-11 a. m. An investment in Your '

at 2 p.m.. Saturday in the Brooker PTA met briefly ,for Training Union-6:50: p. m. Future :
Union Primitive Baptist the final session of this school :Evening Worship 7)10:

Church with Elder O. ,M. Yare term. ....., ix m.,
Get the big sheet borough offh1atin Interment CLASS TRIP Sunday Services Sunday AT'TIZCflD r J m m w f fi.
8th and
was in Dyal Cemetery underdirectioi : !Mr. Henry Harrell's I School. 10 a. m. Morning
: 6th grade enjoyed a class trip
-: of DeWltt C. Jones Worship 11 a. m. C. A Youth
on Saturday, May 27, travelingby
--- Funeral Home.Services i Group 6 >. m. Evening Worship -
''bus to Marlneland. After
.._. "- 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting,,
; .
the show there, .
seeing they enjoyed

.. -.- ;.- E ....:--.-- I Held a picnic lunch In, the 7:30: -Leroy p. m. Thursday.LJghtsey, pastor I .. ..
'_ For Mr. CrockrellIn I park. Chaperones were Mrs. .. .f % .
.
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"- .-- ,,
-: :: -=' Reed, Mrs. Burdeshaw, Mrs.
., -. .- .- --:: : Church of God .Eith Melvin, and Mrs. Rai- bEDAN: BAPTIST [Brooker] .:.:....... ._.,.. u' {L

-- ford Teta one,. along\' with. Mrs. Sunday School 10 m. 1iJr ill::;::
.. Horace C. Crockrell Sr.. 72, a. : -
.. -' Ethel Bass who' drove the bus. !
,
kw' .
Morning
ts of Starke, died In the Lake Worship, 11 a. m. iffm. The Ultimate in SatisfactionWhen 111
Twenty-two students enjoyed Training
City Veterans Hospital Union 7 p. m Evening ifr
after an extended, Illness.Sunday He this happy trip, and returned Service 8 p. m.-Hev. IWfi! !

I was born In .Springfield. Illon with many souvenirs Lacy Conway pastor.. r imfM
l IIO-BO PARTY r@@!
t ti l J JI Nov. 1. 1894: was a' retired The Brooker Baptist Junior NORTIISIDE : : we' were children, the ultimate in satisfaction' was' an Ice cream cone, a" !ri i
BAPTIST
::1ii::!::
farmer
and., Attended the Training Union Class enjoyed .....'. nickel worth of candy, a handful of homemade cookies But that :
now 'are
:::;; we :::!::! :
Church of clod.Surviving .. ...
n Ho-Bo Part at the Civic Located on BajTcus: rathI! I ::;:;:::::.. grown-up, God's spirit has shown .. ..
I
Mrs. Jean dauihier'l I After several games the young/ [SR 16). Services: Hund*:> II 'C satisfying our appetites. There is .a higher plane of living-that of loving and mim1i!

T.WIN.RIBROOFING daughter Buchannon., Mrs. Mich.Mary ; people enjoyed"Hot All bowls( of School. 10( a. m. Sunda\ > m11r;:::if: .. serving God and one'a neighbor God wants us to respond to ilLs love by showing ,.' ;;i:!*,- :

"Ho-Bo Stew. guests Morning Worship, 11 a. mTraining this same Wnd of love to others. The church is the ((6 center
Hometown HI.: three acne: H. I place mature
i your
came dressed as ho-boa, and ,
8&lIflf
Union 8:30: p. m 1iti! -- ; ;
Crockrell of Starke CharlesE. I : living. Attend church thIs -
; each brought an ingredient for Evening Service, 7:30.: Mid Sunday. iiiiiiii::! :!
AND SIDING ., of Germany, and J. D.Crockrell :iij::; '
v I the stew, which was cooked In week Prayer Service, Wednco- :S:::: .. :: :
of Wewahiachka ::::: :
a big, black wash-pot. day, 7:30.Rev. Olena Lfcw- "When 1 wot cnffa., \ipafte a'i a child. I :::::::
Keeps buRdingsupto15cooer1nhot Also surviving are 13 grand- ::::::::::j: \ ::::::
( children. Adults attending and'elplnt hon. pastor.PINE understood at a child, I 'thought at a MM, :::::::: :

summer sun with, this party were Mr. and .fiiJ.....}..:. _ _ but when I became a man, t put aioaychildish i!:;:!:::;:!
long, wide sheets easy to Install Funeral services were held Mrs. Lloyd Douglas, Mr. and LEVEL BAPTISTS ;i::::;;::(: .Li' ." J C or. ,13,11.,,1 :::;::
at 10:30: a- m. Tuesday in the Mrs. Howard Douglas, and Mr. : ; ;:;::::::::
can'trust, warp rot f .;Wuio. ... Starke Church of Ood with and Mrs. Neal Reed. Dday School, to>> a. m ___

!fewer J -iighter.roo'rs: $1995 Rev. L. S.: Williams officiating; PERSONALS Morning Worship 11 .. JT

We cut the sheets to fit your buildingLx\ Interment was in the family Lawrence Wiggins recently Pre-ServlMs [Booster :banu'Yomw
plot In Brown Cemetery with underwent major surgery In People, and PraywEervlceJ k vtN T1p

FARMER'S MUTUAL EXCHANGE DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Alachua General Hospital, and (8 I p. n.. Evonln* ., ,,
Home In charge of arrange Is i getting alone fine. Worship, '7 p. m. Midweek 1 S

Starke, Fla. Phone 964-7871 ments. n. lerv1oe, Wednesday, 7:30: t tm. P i::. :::: ::;::
,... .? ? .??Y9Y99THERESSA r ::n


,- -- tor..-JRev. D. :I.. Ramxy. pas I iilif!! !1:: ., : ':;.', "! !ii i fI: !:: i iTh qzlOlf"t' i. ., ZFi 1!


BETUEL BAPTIST C1IURCI' :.::.::...:;:.:.:.:.:::..:::..:..:".:. I,: :.:::...::.::.::.:..:.;:.:.::.:.;:.::.:..:': ,Tb Onm. k bfiwM .,pololo4 ..,."" r. IWs ::.?
: .
J ::: :: .. : : .::: J hC ,. ... '
::;::: ipMdnl !KM .Iod.>.t 11Io..br.h : .
Linda Htii:; J'
By Crawford :!: :: :
Sunday ::: ;!::! ... IJ.
:
School. 10 >ma 4 4 Nil tone ; ...
a. :: *
*
.::..;.:.::..:.;:.:..::.;.::.;::.;.::.;;:... -. .. lor m M rt* rf : :
....... .
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& LA A LAAAA A AL Morning Worship,. 11 a. 01'1 :;;::::::::::::;::;:::,:;:: ? ,., C .,:"I:: 1. "ft"* bn kr Mflt", .Ml.. ..,....... WlllMtfHtll ,.:;.::,:
"Yeah. Great Jmreji[ion Evening Worship, 1::30 p. m :itiiiijiiiii!::: :::::J---I- j:*: roundIn, ... .10,. rf .Gid. .. ...... ::
HOPE!: ( .
BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Mee .. ..:ii:::: Ml IT MciMy nlt. 7:30: D. m :::;:;::::; ;::::;: $o .., ; wop MIMrann ;ii:: .
Recreation is held each Friday Wednesday Ray. if, I !iiiiiitit;:::::; ; ::::;, .sI:::::::::: ::: m4. .DM. Intiani.Will .. tnlt. ..I.:;:
night at the ..,. .w Jil iii des will IonII.W, .. .. :
Community Newnxms: pastor. ::::,;:.;:_ .:.:... ... : poritIo. Th.e.Is
.. .
But ,wait till some Center starting at 7:30: p.m. ..:; S ,' :S;:::;::.:t l Iran n Mill p>M I of ykw.m..ItjId. ICpet"i' IJ.;::
genius Everyone Is Invited to come AIRPARK i::;'::: :::::::::;::: A, ...1IIetdt..t.. .. ... wtfora 01.* :::

and participate. BAPTIST [ \ \ C .";:::':::::::: ;:::!v.. M mi. Mi "family" ii,... .Hurt. ktwnv..w 4 t::

thinks Hope Baptist Church had six Sunday Services: Sunday I \. L ".. :.:iiiiiiiii;L ..ey iisM- apield. s.d porIkJpoto 10 e
up Reverse-Cycle new members come into the School, 9:43: a. m. Morning j 'I .... ',, -':::;:: 'Q .a. 0IenI0 .... ,. II Mm'" ..* tea'' ..., ni:::*
church recently by the new Worship 11 a. m. Training :.t \'. ,. ., ii::::f.4 -,', lit', .talk. '" mi ill""tfarj" .iWtntk. whkt !1..

birth. Baptismal services were Union 6:30: p. m. Evening :;i:::::' ..eNsieNbI.bNI.k.ilWil, k '"

held Sunday for the new members Service '1::30. Wednesday I L ::qfr/: /! .r _. .
j
.- .. and we are very happy Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. m I ,i ." l ?' ;: .a; ;: I
1)
t
for ,
the ,
addition Rev. '1 .
to Leroy Olive, .
our Pastor. .
membershIp a- ': (01.__ ..... .... v v .v.vA\vr;; .

sonlg.Sunday saved., but School most of ao all for am.six; I ASSEMBLY HI-WAY CHAPEL OF GOD : -_ _-h--_, p-.,i3 1 1iMilI: ![ iiiiii iIiiiIIIIii!!! !! !!!!* Ji)JI N-;

Morning
Worship 11 a.m.;
TraIning Union 6:30: p.m.; West Weldon St. and Ral-

Evening Worship, 7:45: : p.m.; lord Road 16.
I 2 Wednesday 7 p. m.-L. I. Parker This Feature
night Prayer Service pastor.LAURA Published in the Interest of Better
7:30: p.m.. with choir pra... a Community by the Follow l :
( .-('1 S'! 't'% tics afterward. BAPTIST trig Civic-Minded Business
Firms
'l( PERSONALS Sunday School. 9:43: a. m.I

: ', Sylvia Dodd, daughter,of Mr. Morning. Worship J 1 a. m.

., and,,Mrs :fred Dodd returned Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. FAULKNERSINCLAIR BUSH'S STARVE
i
'- from Bob Jone University Prayer Meeting,. Wednesday 4BUitAEkSUPPLIES : I
SERVICE
,
Wednesday night. 7:30: p. m.-Rev. Luther Mo-' GULF SERVICE

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd and Gee pastor. Inc.
U-HAUL
family] attended the gradua. I RENTALS ThiiI--ups.- Brake ,Repair
';. tion' ceremony of their niece, CALVARY BAPTIST Track Trailer Wheel l BalancingMost FMtarb i Ae &;.

i' Miss_Shirley Swanson In Orlando Complete;Paint 8aPpbelilportla
4 Sunday School, lOa. m Complete! Lubrication Complete Line of Bait mad .*.Goode)
3 Mr. and Mrs. Morning Worship, .,. .
and ;
Walter Swin 11 a. a Minor Tune-ups Tackle in Bradford -CJnI.pE:' WITH tw wnIBT"21i
dell and family visited Mr. and Training Union, 6:30: p. in :
'
Mrs. Leroy Rhodan of Hampton Evening Service, 7:30.: Prayer 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5899 263 jt. Temple Ph. 964-7361 : Whhiii1n i St. 143I0'

Sunday. Meeting, Wednesday
7:30: .
.. .
Carlo Anne and Nanette Pm..-Hev. B. H. Butler "
Hall attended a birthday In'' pastor DOYLE CONNER Edwards Grocery & Lawson Meat Market

honor of Phillip Hlnabn, of Insurance Agency AND COLD STORAGE' : I
Mlct. I
Hampton, Saturday.Mr. .
> Terry Parker High SCh oL, tVe Specinltte fa I
and Mrs. a. L. Crawford S-A-V-E Oastrni.,$haagbt.
and attended Hope Baptist Church: was Groceries! Meat\ lag, Cattlnr *
family Feeds .Wrappiag
Somebody! \ .. Eludrlc. Ravorse-Cycle! air cond'lfo'nlng people relax), tot; sleep and feel b ller. And Homecoming of Evergreen the saddened by the death of' :Mr. II With Your Mutual Agent Gas- & 00 s- Prepared; foe Deep ....... <

Is the 20th century's/ .afest, cleanest, the heating feature costs so little extra It's Baptist Church, Sunday. Lunch Wade, the father of Mrs. June 222 N. Temple rndNE __ .

d.; opest way to cool (and rx>at) a Florida olmosl.liks setting a house-heater free. was served and singing after Norman and Glen Wade, who Ph. 964-7369 Ph. 964-3312 Starke, Fla. 96-7: .

f>CIna.II's /Nameless! -no sire, soot, or fumes Wouldn't ward. : are members of ,our church.
; 't like; to Into Mr. Wade ;
'
you move was buried -beWtfl'
clean break with the One Duane Searle, son of Mr. and Sunday Starke 66" Service
small
past. ) ._ _.. the 20th century along vvltfi the Mrs. Chester Searle! attended In Linden. ,, .JONES
copoctunhi! gives you pcrfectindoorweaiheI "i'! million happy Florldlans now the birthday party, given in Hope Baptist Church Is also BILL EDWARDS FUNERAL HOMES

every day. You Just twist a dial. >> enjoying/ Revers'e-Cycle air honor ,,of Phillip Hinson, of saddened at the death of Mr. Starke Ph. 96-620d'
.. Hampton.We Cbleman father of Jack Coleman Brake Service Wheel Balance OF STAnkE, INC.Us. "
Furthormore It fillers out dirt, freshens the ....; conditioning See your electric .,
t>'irf removes excess moisture./ ..Keep* Flo/Jda' 4o'r' wndilipnlng; ; contractor' or the people of Theresaa, Mr. Coleman a member was of our* burled church.in and Alignment 301 tfORTH Keystone Hef&tJ"1 ;;;:::

families, harp:"', more comlorlab: helps 6 appliance dealer today. would 1967 like Bradford to congratulate'our Jacksonville! Monday. '612 N. Temple .ph. 964-7231 Ph. _Ph.Hurst j73-317. .. ,
964-7600
High School Starke -
i iTliers'j
Fla.Sinclair .
". I ,., .
watch for flamalsss electric. Gr ::b clean break with tho graduates especially David -; -
no .. ...a past Orlffls, Sue
c. Alvarez and Pat I Charley E. Johns
I Raleyt who :are members of THE i RIGHT POINT 'or the Refinife: Co Shell Stl"I

FLORIDA POWER. t rent! COMPANY I our community. Best wishes the way you write. Com In Agency W. L. Thomas, Distributor
''''''N11.11/ PLICIOA andood luck In the and. select ,
future.
year, favorite_ES- :131 S. Tvainnt Ph. 96.a-1i07GENEKAL' : ::
GASOLINESKEROSKNTJ CARL
Saturday, Mr." and Mrs. Fred TEKBROOK fountain : HURST
pen. niSt1nANOIC: Foe! OH and Greases
'. Dodd and family, attended the TELEGRAPh!. '
graduation ceremony! of their Kobody.But Nobody tTadersenj 1 Pfc. 604-8240 1 :f..io'I': i th PH. 944-4111

nieces Mlsa Linda Knadle 411' Charter HI John Armor eoa a .Wftaat."AGE Sleek.a .



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Regular 3/49. No.1 1 Cans THRIFTY MAID-Limit 6 Please
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FAMILY SIZE CREST (Save 17#) "" '" "- ,
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T othpaste/ 78; Long a Grain Rice 391.

Regular 99i .40-ox. DEEP SOUTH .
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Regular 53d ..2o LYKES ,
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..''.......' .'.'''' Stenoscript Drivers be conducted In the should reach flowering stagein this Is caused by excessive la high in nitrogen. I More Information on amaryllis -
Services Held i Training ditioned facilities of a1r-con-1 two or three years. drying: out digging bulbs before Amaryllis have a low iiltro- culture can be found in

For Mrs. JeffordsOf 1PTONi Shorthand And Classes Will of "A" Building at : The failure to flower is one they are fully mat Ire, gen requirement and an unbalanced Agricultural Extension Service

High Springs (Typing Classes Start June 19 High School from 8:30: a. m to of the biggest problems in growing plants in too much formula such da I Circular 171B available at any
12 noon. Each class will! last amaryllis\ culture. Generally shade, or planting in soil tr.at 5-10-10 or 3-9-9 should be used county Extension office.
*. Mary S1111iam 1 hour IS minutes.
Mrs Annie Louise The Vocational Office Edu- Walker Stewart will conduct about and
88. a life-long resident I 4 44 4.' cation teacher. Mis. Linda the class work for the Driver It Is hoped that students
Alachua County. died Orantham. will conduct noncredit Training course In Room 6 ot from "feeder" schools who
in the Biadlord County SHOWER: classes. in Stenoscrlpt- "A" Building of the Starke have not grasped'' the "new"
Ann Carter was, avail! themselves of
math will
pital after a brief !illness. ABC Shorthand and Personal High School. In order to accommodate -
resided on Route 1, at with a bridal shower I Typing.! The shorthand class as many students: this summer oPpOrtunity. No
June 1. at the, fees will be charged Trans-
to ,
Springs. will be conducted from 9 as possible "belilnd-the-
Survivors Include Corsages were 11:30: a... m The personal typo wheel" Instruction will be conducted portation -U1 not be furnished. -
daughters Mrs. Bessie : : Jo Ann: Mrs. PoI'e-1 ing class will begin at 1 p m. by Mr. Bradley and Mr. .
the brides ; I Interested students should
Orinei. of Jacksonville through 3:30: p. m. Classes Griffith.As SA YINGSt
L. Estet, the groom's register with Mr. Adkinson on
Oladys McRae, will be conducted In the VOE with other school summer
Ann's 14.
also to Jo June
or before Wednesday.
and Mrs George T. Room of the USO building programs the Drivers Train-
I' Mrs Lossie Each class will be limited to
Starke two sons. Claude dally. ing classes will begin June 19
Mrs Linnle Brown 23 students.
fords. Jacksonville; and Stenoflcrlpt-ABC shorthand Isl at 12:30: p. m.. Mondays
Jeffords. High Springs prize was pre for anyone I particularly through Fridays. There are no
surviving are 22 I Jo Ann and prizes the college bound ctudentl fees for this course. Driver Business English ; QUALITYMANUFACTURED

and 31 great-grandchildreri.! : went to Mrs. D. K. wishing to learn a faster Training credit will Do awarded Class ScheduledFor

Funeral services were Imosene Bryan and method of writing. It uses the< to those students who will _
at 10'30 a. m. Wednesday Sparkman letters of the alphabet and the be In grades 10. 11 12 for 1967 Summer SchoolA ay
the Spring Hill were served to system Is simple but complete -68 school term. AU applicants!! NATIONAL GYPSUM CO.
Church In Traxlcr] wltn guests Those from It is free-flowing and fast are urged to enroll as soon as Business English class WEST .
W Kokomoor officiating. were: MM! Lassie :' enough for average dictation. possible for this class with any Including grammar and word

ial was In the Spring ImoRene Bryan In addition to the $2 registration of the teachers. The class facility usage will be taught during
Cemetery under direction Williams Mrs I fee. there will be a refundable Is air-conditioned. the summer session beginning V
William Thomas Slade of Starke, Mrs.I deposit of $2 on the Student credit requires 30 June 19 at Bradford 'Hlgn: PAl I NTI

Home of Gainesville. and daughter I typing books and $7.53 for the clock hours of class work and School. cash & carry *

Mrs. Floy Sul- shorthand book. Students will 6 hours of driving.Summer Limited to 25 students the
LEX GREEN JR. Sue Sullivan and be required! to furnish, their class will meet four times per, ONE-COAT LATEX FLAT
ADMITTED: TO U. S. of Tlwressa. .1 own typing! paper. Algebra I week for 214' hours per day for I 1 I BUILDING I I I
SUPREME COURT ,\ for the occasion' six weeks, a total of CO clock' ONE COAT COVCRS WASHABLI.ALL 1. RICH COLORS
George K >nnan, Economics :hours which are required by AM FAST-DRYINGI FULL BOD1ED-SMOOTH WORKING
Home
Public Defender R. A Perry, Mrs Tom: Class PlannedStudents the State Department of Edu- MATERIALS

Green.admitted Ji to. of the Gainesville Bar of the .. Miss Joyce Conklin Classes Set wishing to 'make I cation. If credit is to be received. .... GUARANTEED TO COVER IN ONE, COAT:

S Supreme Court in Floyd Smith. For SummerMrs. up' or receive new credit In,
ton. D. C yesterday- I .\ Algebra I. may enroll with Registration fees are $5 per | De&t&;
Williamson! en-
L. H. Gibson and Mrs. Mrs. Carolyn von Houser at student. Students may register $43-9
The motion for his Hos-
his County Rosa Taylor will conduct non- the Starke Junior High School. with Mrs. Bernice Bateman in : ke"i COAT UTM /Ur Gal. t'To'
sion was made by treatment.
week for credit classes In Home Economics The course will start June 19 the USO Building after 1 p m.
Lex Green of Starke, who Baker .
Mrs. Jeff an-
for girls who will be in any week day.
for students who will be in .
been a member of the U. birth of a girl on
grades 9 through 12 [11067-63 I grades 10. 11. and 12 for the .
Supreme Court Bar for 2, in the Medical school term]. As Home Econ
1967-68 school term. RegistrationFor i LATEX
42 .
years.A
I omics Is a graduate require- Classes for the 6-week
Mrs. A. O. Warren ment for all girls this pro' course will be conducted in First Grade ROLLER FRAME. COVES AND PAN : HOUSE PAINT

OUsNifle I Ad In the are spending sev this gram will permit the studentto Room 10 of "A" Building: from And KindergartenRegistration TORTURE( TESTED TO RESIST BLISTERING
Georgia
in :
GRAPH brings result. became familiar with the 3 to 10:30: a. m.. Mondays 69 C > MM' DEW DEFYING-DRIES OUICKLYI'
douse program the materials and through Thursdays. To obtain for first grade ONLY "WHITiR' -WHST."
Mrs Gone :
the equipment. The facility tol credit the student must attend and kindergarten children who i./GARtM
spent the week- be used will be. Rooms classes for 60 clock hours and will attend Southslde Elemen- QUALITY BRUSHES i iUHSTll : LAnxsouaaruHT
FLORIDATHEATRE Mr and Mr.: D. E- Mf
: and C-7 of the Starke High atsS
earn a passing grade. tary School for the 1967-63 MYUM 8
family. $495
School. Inerested students may sign term will be held June 15-16. 1V4" VARNISH .1 .1$ .31 I
The Foods and Nutrition up for this course in either the Tables will be set up in 1W'SASH $1.11 $115 Gal.
Reading Class will meet each morning Starke Junior High Office or front of the school office between 3"WALL ,. ,$LSI $(pJ .

Will% from 8 to 9:45: a. m. A fee of the Senior High School Offlcj the hours of 8 a. m. and ............................. i .""""'
$2 will be charged each student by Wednesday. June 14. .
Sho-wthDt'--Wlekdays June 12 to foods and sup- I 12 noon. A birth certificate MIAMI.CAREy RANGE HOOD. WHISKS T.r w.I/M" ._.... Auu....._....,.., ....
Sunday 3:00 Saturday cover and the result of a recent phy- IN A ClASHI 4300 SERIES ,.., rl,... .pally nr .p.I.. .MIIw
: plies. Areas to be covered In I Americanism Vs. sical examination must be pre- "
June 9 : Dragon" will be the Foods and Nutrition Class sented before a child can be RANGEo 159 |
Fri. Sat. ,
the Starke-Bradford ale: menu-planning; table- Communism Class registered. MOOD 1 DISHWASHER $13995
this
II
Public Library
Double Feature setting: manners for all occasions Set For SummerA Children presently enrolledIn
In the form of a Sum-
Program. ; simple food preparation and-, kindergarten at Southslde ........................................
He came to tame'abucking I Is to encourage table ;Decorations.! flower arranging; summer school class of:' will not have to register for MID..YMODlRNMALIXFRIISIYlORWiIT.UlIf-tN I
the I Americanism vs. Communism first grade at Southside.
to read and enJoy
bronc
Clothing Construetlo.i Classes required by state law for PL !
of the public library. Registration will be held all OVEN and RANGE
will beonducted\ daily from '
Africa! summer pro- graduation will begin: at day Thursday June 15 for first !
10 a. m. until 12 noon. Stu- Bradford High School Monday -
June grade and kindergarten students qt-7c.4.5ERCLAS:
Monday
begin
....-: ; who register dents will be required to provide June 19. at Starke Elementary CompUt lin. of MODERN MAID appliances
Dragon their own sewing mater- Limited to 29 students the School. I including .y.-I.v.1 l units as law as 210.95 I
a "Mighty;
! Card" with the 15 ials and minor equipment. In- class will meet four times per I Parents arc reminded that I INSULltllOI' (mocUl IE303))
to finish the struction will Include: selec- week for 2'-f.. hours a day for I the freedom cf choice form FINANCE FOR ONLY $9.75 fur Manth i r
of appropriate patterns; ,
tion six weeks, a total of 60 clock ,
program represented does not take the place of the
suitable. materials: simple I
hours which are required by
the .
colored scale for
registration formJEHOVAH'S
1 sewing constructor: and care the State Department of Ed-
r' i and use of equipment. ucation if credit Is to be received .:
and royal
seul a WITNKSMKSTO : !
..J't' be given to those Regular attendance Is urged = ATTEND ASSEMBLY: MEUN 3' F%
Registration fees are $5 per
PARAMOUNT at least 15 I The Starke congregation will f

:r'': .s [Fmmn ,r THE RIGHT POINT lor the with student.Mrs.Students Bernice may Bateman register in join witit)) over 1,200 delegates
AN IIIAN IORS u W u information! may: be RdliM-t your favorite ESTER from the Jacksonville area ex-
fROOJCl TEXflS I at the library. 132 S I I BROOK fountain pen. TELE- i. the U'SO Building. after 1 p. m pected to attend. the Circuit .
St. for those wishing i write. Coma'la and any week day.Summer Assembly of Jehovah's Witnesses 0./Aww.
way ynu I FINS(iirTfrCIMI*TM SMI
the summer fun with GRAPH. in the Jacksonville Civic A r i I lUtlllMirMtt.iiK
-And- I ClassIn Auditorium June 9-11. :3 9 A Ii\\\flIrIi\\tUII\\( \ \\ MKllw. llHMmuiii CI''HIr.II.. .
,...
J C .t
The convention will\) be 4
*111 rlIJlIil.iIIIllIIU"J"f'.i'W'I : I : 1 :J1 ;. --- Modern Math sored by the Watchtower spon-Blblu ?'W/tf': F SMIM, ...lull'_CnlrriRANGE Ht..1MVlMIIII !

> For Grades 7, 8, 9 & Tract Society of New York, j FEATURES

-1 I REt DRIVEINSIIOW and will\) feature a special 90- '_---- '.-.LJtr...... '* M' IMI.IUMIII iMMft... ..*Ilf. ma. "'i triif ""H'
Students who will be In minute color film entitled "GaJ S.IAI, DIMClnnlunv III*
f1 rM grades 7-8-9 for the 1967-68 Cannot Lie." which will be f ittrl.u IIMItiMtill
III lif
I school term are eligible to enroll shown at 3 pm Sunday. PE.ASTI6 PlfV< Ittficilw. LwhtJ '

11E( INS AT SUNDOWN I in a "modern math" class Leonard Wallace la presiding 1 Mtsr,llHtM.Tin. tl rt<|...it
which will be taught by Mr. minister of the local
Ft./ ):\) : Adults "//ac, Students 60c Warney Adkinson. Classes will congregation. \ .

Children Under 12 Free I 4-" 1'/ LIN.


'if Friday, Saturday June 9, 10 Amaryllis Planting NeededTo i C A ':1.


S :;" ,:\ REAMINGSWHEEIS RECKIESS PLEASURES 1 Make A Real Flower GardenNo 7171- *"TSTOJ : : = J

el 1: Hr
I I \ \\\i\\\\\i\\ Florida garden or landscape for maintaining pure strains JrtJr AND tXCM/feNTA -_ I.9OXROTC I.
: would be complete without Involve working with bulbs. A
Sun., Mon. June 11, :? _, plantings '
PANAVISION! AND COLOR_ lilies with their large and many as 60 pieces provided
KM....*.1I11Ift i uwtt vmsaiBiui .IN beautiful blooms. each piece has a portion of the _

M.1) % i Native to South America stem tissue or basal plate of f -TjjJLL _
and South Africa, &AL. =
And many the bulb attached to the scales. 2
BEEE9AMILTOIV ,
amaryllis grown today are hy- The beat time to cut bulb
4.EOn4R: I >'''' brids of native varieties and Is after they have reached full

'M are highly prized for their growth following flower production -
iIIA11 1M I large flowers. These lily-like or .
.1INL from July to November .
in the flowers .
bell-shaped are red. Bulbs Gut In the spring
tunniestwho CJ'II pink white and combinationsof & TERRIFIC VALUE WALL
immediately after flowering,
Tmn Berlin the three.Amaryllis usually give poor results. VINYL-ASBESTOS
!
IL ISunday v
I are excellent for i
.
done it! Wedges should 'toe duatoil
( ,
landscape purposes either as FAN
/f1! with
/ ) Individual specimens or In' fungicides and planted' to Immediately retard diseases -

be FLOOR
mass plantings. They may TILE
In a mixture of peat and LAOYCUEY
grown In beds or used for ,
borders. sand or other porous, reason '
I Thru Wednesday, June 11 11 ably sterile medium. They may
Propagation can be by seed, be planted In flat or In a b..cl. :I..w............_.....
1 I A offsets or cuttage but If seeds CANNONCIAM .nrf.4irt I*.. liitcht"INCH. .,.....
ASHES DUST TO DUST
1 If the climate Is warm and 9"x9"SQUARE 0.........h..t
DON'T GET YOU. .IHE are used the plants may not:. 11".12" INTERIOR
L { be like their parents. For this humid, small bulblets will be- i .
DRINKERS MUST!
I THE reason most named hybridsand gin to form between the scaled SQUARES SHUTTERS

selected strains are prop of the cuttings In three to four ALSO AVAIL Cr.flt. .!. .netting.n.w r..nt .tm..- $1149
'b :, CA T agated by cuttage weeks. These will usually \>n!! ABLE AT ) ph.rl Th... >hntt.ri *r* ft.44
j II If the gardener wishes to ready for potting or planting LOW, LOW with distinctly.. craftsmanship. .
,. 1' THAT .f. plant seeds, the process Is rel- after one growing season. PRICES! ) .n\f\ th. fin... w./I. ...*.. .nJ : ............
I they're* and simple. ] .. Installl
MAKES rI atively simple. Pods develop These new bulbs should bloom uty : .;INCH;
f within two or three in
Tues., Wed., Thiir. ALL THE quickly usually within after pollination four or five-- Florida. year ........................................ "X20"" 95 C CEILINGJ

June 13, II, 15 I j REST LOOK weeks. Pods should be pickedas Although it is not necessaryto ON THIS/ TOP,QUAI.ITY.PANELING SIZICOMPLITI EACH FAN
I '. ,A soon as they turn yellow dig amaryllis ,bulbs each
} 11', LIKE "' p and begin to 'break open. After year this is a good practiceIn ANTIQUE BIRCH RANGE OF SIZES $ 195

Ihe} 'PulitzerPrlzeWinning l I KITTENS! { .. the seeds have dried for a few order to cull out small and AVAILABLE J ONLY
v days they may be planted unhealthy bulbs and thereby PREFIN1SHED I PANELING I ..................... .................
cMusical: Comedy ; I HEMISPHERE"I either in flats or In beds con- produce more uniform flower- \ COUNTER TOPPING """"I"Micilinuts
( < taining well-drained soil. ing and larger flowers the following SHEETS 40C!
IHf MimSCH' COPKMUTMM rnuw' PICTURES presents.rEDGAR ; .
Tit(DAVID' .WlfT rROOUCTIOR I ,e" Uniform constant moisture year. 4'x8 $479 EASY TOINSTALL ..I I....II..r."li'ie"uu.nip>.I'ill ALL -
Ii I '- and good aeration are Important The "drying off"' of bulb. SHEET "'INaM"4, PATTERNS's. .to

Of. I ALLAN to complete germination. U a practice of commercial
11 1toloA Jt. POE'S > Coarse sand vermiculite producers who ship bulbs.\ Dry-
43 LOCATIONS IN 10 STATIC
'U. / be added to Is In the
/mmprfalj l } or perlite may Ing not necessary
( PICNRE T C classic Improve drainage. home gardening situation in 3330 N. Waldo Road-Gainesville-Phone 3762604Store

E While! the Hat or seed bod fact, can cause failure to 4A ]Hours: Aion.-Frt.. 7:30.5:30Sat.: ., 7:30-4:00: !
: may be shaded during germination flower If bulbs are dried too Ocala 1224 S. Orange< Avc. -629-7967 Jacksonville ISO 8. Edge wood AveS8I1..oJ13:

I 1. i the light should be Increased long. [ Orlando ISO \V. Michigan jAv, _241. -&"-& Penwcola 100 Ka t Blount.4380573St.8297181
:\ after garmlnatlon until The size of flower. is direct- WEST Tampa 3306 N. 56th Jacksonville 1144 Haines St-333-0671
&ssrBKE&S r11FLA pK plants are receiving full ly related to size of bulbs.
: sunlight -- which means more After the tops stop growingand PAIC/1 VAST OMI STOICS OUt TO MtlOMTSAVE

Mo.tun UNITEaAATI31 i im food will be manufactured for leaves are turning yellow

storage in the developing bulb In the fall Is the proper time SATISFACTION GUARANTEED IN ALL
: 14T' Seedling should. be ready to dig bulbs. At this,time offset 20-50%

-:--.r-::= [J -curdling color 1\\ for spacing out In nursery rowsa or bulblets should be removed WEST WAREHOUSE STORESI'OF.
year after planting and planted in ,rbws or
'l'J,. altrfliallse, authod" I'l t.U!! 1'lIeoo young .offse





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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH




KEYSTONE HEIGHTS --- MELROSE LAKE GENEVA




STAB KID. FLORIDA. TIIURSI>AY. JUNE 8. 1967
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Clay County Y Y ? YT Y YY .. I Legion Post 202 RODNEY PAUL


KEYSTONE DILlIES GOP To Hear MELROSE Enjoys Social BACK TO VIETNAM

Specialist E-4 Rodney Paul
Sen. Tom Slade
The Enlisted Men's Club at
By Jim Fox / son of Mr. and Mrs Carlton
By Sally Rothhammer Camp Blandlng was the seem
Please Phone In Your Items 473-4143 Tom Slade, Republican senator of a delightful dinner and Paul, whose marriage to Miss

from Jacksonville, will tx A social gathering sponsored b) Viola Ridaught was ..n event

the klckoff speaker in the firs GRADUATION 1 I American Legion Post 202 of .of last month, has returned td

DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB I Mrs. Mary Nelson, at Belote'j.I IDl'Ulr of series of dinners to be given '' Keystone Heights and Melrose/ duty at Cam Ranh Bay in
Commencement exercises for I''I South Vietnam where he !ias
Store. by the Clay County Republic
Winners I i Wednesday evening May 31.
or the DuplicateBridge ; the Senior Clasa of 1997 01 I been stationed for 13 months.
Club meeting on June The contest will be cHvidec: an Club. of Melrose High School were held Members, their families, and Specialist Paul volunteered!!

1 were: First place with 68% Into the following age groups: An expected) gathering al last Friday night In the gym guests, including members ol for a six-month extension

points, Mr and Mrs. Ray ((11] Tiny Miss K. O. P., for 500 persons will hear Slade Robert DIxon was Valedlctor the new Post Ladles Auxiliary, after his regular 12-month

Starnes; second place with 63 pre-school age: ((2)) Little Miss: Orange Park High School or Ian. and David Brantley. Salutatorian gathered at 7 7 o'clock for a soc
tour of duty in Vietnam, and
points. Louis Kyle and Stan K. O. P., ages 8 through 0; (31] ,.. June 23. A buffet. dinner will\ ial hour, followed by dinner at

LaCoste: third place Mrs. T. Young Miss\ K. O. Pages 1C ..... ;:- be served from 6:30: p. m Robert was {resident Of the eight. DAncIng was enjoyed has five more months to months serve.
He was granted a
Dent and P. W. Tolles; fourth through 12. Children entering ''; .: ,t'NI t\\! ... with speaking to follow. Beta Club, 'Student Council later In the evening. leave to return home before,

place, Mrs Anna James and will be asked to give SOc donation :' ,. !...."""". The senate minority whip" manager of the football team Post Commander. Graham starting the extended service.'
for fee. who sat out one term after Hutchison served served as
Mrs. John McCullough. entry and ran, track. He also received'
The Duplicate Brldfje Club, This contest will be held ir Junior Club Championship Meet changing- his registration tc the Woodman of the World master of ceremonies, and arrangements Cam Ranh Bay is a combined
Republican, has been the sub Air Force snd Army
sponsored by the Keystone the City Park, and will be free trophy for outstanding: achieve for the party were
ject of news stories during supply point north of Saigon.
Woman's Club, meets every to the public. Declared Success many ment In American history. In charge of Bill Meserve,
Outstanding training
the recent legislative ses Specialist Paul received
Thursday night, at 7:30 7 p. m.. The following ladles arc David was active in .the Beta social chairman of the post.
at Fort'Jackson.
proponent electrician
Is chief
sion. He a as an
at the Masonic HallWOMAN'S members of Beauty Contest t Club, Pep Club, newspaper, annual .
CLUB Committee: Mrs. Huntley Red- On Monday. June 5. the Cindy Turknett had low gross,! Howell had the mos )putts for of ad valorem tax relief staff, track team, and S. C. before going

ladles of the Keystone WOA with a tie between Christine boys. Patti McGlave had the through a one per cent Increase overseas, and is serving in that
The K. O. P. [Keystone On (earn, Jr. and Mrs. Steve secretary of FF A. gucsU of Lt. Col. and Mrs.E.
) and Pro Lcs Stephenson Brokas and Teresa Farris for largest score for the girls' divisions in the state sales tax the 864 Engineer
Parade! Arts and Crafts Show Moore of the Junior Woman's spon- Dr. Charles L. LaPradd R Simmons last wck. They capacity with

will be held from June 29 Club; and Mrs. O. J, Murrhee, soied' the Junior Club Championship low net; in the Girls' Division and Mark Klefer had' Although favoring the In president of St. Johns River attended the graduation of a Battalion. At present,
I Tournament, at the [lages f 13-171, Angela Alken the largest score for the boy,, crease, he denies stepping out
Mrs- Marvin ol the Simmons. Gin-
through July 6 at the Keystone Jr. and Homer Junior College, waa com niece, Ginny his unit is engaged In installing
the Senior Woman's Club. Keystone Golf Se: Country had 1st low net, and Roxanne divisions- of line with the Republican mencement speaker. ny's brother Jim, also attended
Municipal; Club. Junior Tournament Ketch had 2nd. In the Boys' The Junior Club Championship "no new tax" phllosphy, stating generators and stringing
Please note the BUl1dlng'l There will also be an Even- Seniors graduating with honors the exercises, tie has junt
cation. ing Beauty Contest to be held Chairman Louise Gallop said Division [Cages '7-101 Larry Trophies were donated by that he Is merely substituting were David Brantley, Diana returned from Stetson University power line in the area..

In conjunction with the pro that this was a most successful Turknett had low gross and Mrs. E. T. Martin. The Wom a more acceptable tax Davidson, Robert Dixon, Ken for the summer.
Mrs. Reggie Schuber said to Fan-Is and Terri Davis an's Golf Association furnished for one that Is extremely discriminatory
gram of amateur talent. The event. Mr Gallop went on Ray neth Guthcrle Linda Hubner, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hoffman
that the committee 1* happy location of this contest will be say that this tournament la had first and second low net, the boy's putting trophy, and burdensome. and Glnny Slmmonn. Jr. and children spent a week ,
to. announce that it will have respectively in the boys' div and Mrs. Arthur Kech: donated Dinner tickets are now on Hickory Smoked
announced at a later] date, only the beginning as manyevents : A reception sponsored by with Mrs. Hoffman's parents.Mr. .
two well-known consultants. There will be an admission have been planned for ision (Cages' 11-141. Bobby the girl's putting trophy. Pro sale at Jean Jowers Shop in the PTA, was held In the lunch and (Mrs. Albert Spires. I

Mrs. Dorothy Chrlatofler New charge of $1. this, summer and next fall. Hayes had first low cross; Lea Stephenson donated the Orange Park and Harry'sMen's room folowlng the program. have on to Tucson,
They
man local artist painter of the Age groups for evening con Throughout. the summer, Pro Robin Henderson had 1st low low-net trophies. The low- Shop In, Green Cove BROWNIE TRIP Ariz with gone Cynthia Allen accompanying -

mural in Municipal Building lessons net, and Chris Zowarka had gross trophies were furnished Springs as well as from Republican
test are: [11 Teen Miss K. O Stephenson -will be giving Brownie Troop 157 visited them. After several .
and member of the Gainesville Pages 13 through IS: t21 to flie Junior Golfers. 2nd low net: In the boys' div by members of the club. Spec Club members the Coca-Cola Bottling Plant months vacation they will

Art League, and Mrs. the ision [ [113-171. Marshall ial recognition should also be throughout the county.
Miss Keystone On Parade, Kitty Martin presented Cages In Gainesville last week. Those return to their home In San
Evelyn Bessette, owner of the 'ages 16 through 19. Entry fee Junior Club Championship Gallop had 1st low net and given to Bob Hayes who assisted attending were Cathy Poppell, Juan Puerto Rico. Another Sandwiches!

Keystone Ceramic: Shop. Martin Trophies to Mickey Jimmy Wlldt had 2nd. Mickey Mrs. Gallop in organizing In Alabama & Martha Vicki .
will be tl.Committee. trip In the mountains Guy Singleton laughter of the Spires Mrs And Take-Out Orders

On July 3 there will be a K. members for the I Brokas and Deborah Hawes. Brokas and Deborah Hawes .the Junior Club Championship and Kentucky They Tlson Lisa. & Avis McPherspn, John F. Rynd, and family of Chicken Ribs Beef

O. P- Beauty Contest This I Evening Beauty Contest are: who finished with first low had low putts for the tourna Tournament. visited all the interesting Kate Oaboerdl, Audrey and FUchardson, Texas spent sometime Mullet

will be an amateur contest divided Mrs. Veazy Walker of the Jr. gross for the boy's and girl's ment. Mickey Brokas and Susan Following the tournament, places along the way. Dauphine Levine, Janice Smith, : visiting in 'their b mo"". Pork Smoked

into age groups. Regis Woman's Club: and MrsQ.. divisions respectively Nlckell had the longest the ladles of the WGA were! Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bowen Helen Mlnton. Susan Sapp, They left Monday for a vmitn Cold Iteor-Open 7 Days

trationwill be handled by Oardner, Mrs. Ernest McLean Additional awards find trophies drives on No. 5. Lester Ketch hostesses for a chicken dinner were supper guests of the Laura Burdot, Marsha Whit- Key West Smith Lake Gro.

___ received the following had the shortest drive on No. served at the club. Twenty- and Debbie
WT Mrs. Earl Voyles, Mrs Owen were by Owen Bryants Saturday night ton, Lorle Coburn, Mr. and Mrs. George Hiway 211 Behind
Baker, and Mrs. John Bird of participants: In the 7. Tlsh Zowarka had the most seven Junior golfers\ participated : The Bowens have a cottage at and Janet Box. The girls were and and Mrs. Ellen cope-I Gold Head State Park

KEYSTONE the Senior Woman's Club. Olrl's Division Cages 9-121.] putts for girls, and Kirk in the tournament. Griffin this week. They all accompanied by their leader 'alutka spent Friday evening

Mrs. C. A. Whlaenant and .attended graduation at Gainesville Mrs. Dock L. Tlaon. assistant vith the Bill Copelands to celebrate ,

Mrs. J. II. Haberstroh are Baptist .. YY TY with guest who will\ attend the High to see the Bryants lender, Mrs. Billy Singleton, three birthdays In the

members of the over-all com- Keystone Model A and Antique Car granddaughter and grandson and Mr J. C. Gabordl. The SCHEDULE

rolttee- Church News INDIAN BEACH Owners State Meet In Ocaln. graduate. {iris also held a program and amily.and Mrs. Larry Courtley OF SERVICES
HEIGHTS- CIVIL DEFENSE REPORT There /will be a fashion show Helen observance of an outdoor flag Mr.
and Mra.
Reddish
recent
Greg of Gainesville were PARK
The following rescue operations A banquet honoring the 1067 of old clothes, a showing of of ceremony on Memorial Day.
weekend guest
were assisted In during I graduating class of the Keystone (Lake S. nte Fe) cars, and a gas light parsrle.Mr. Walker and were Mr D. W. Carpenter I The next troop meeting will guests of his sister Mrs. Jerry of the
Mr. and
May by the Clay County Civil Heights High School, and Mrs. Clarence Duf- be t> held June 27 at 7 a.m. itlnson family.
Mlrhft! II. Chitty weekend.Mr. has
By
last Rothhammer
gone
administered sponsored toy the, First Baptist fin a party for employees Teena PALMSSUNDAYS
gave
unit April 28. will attend the
: Brownies
MELROSE Defense The
Ph. 47KJUI4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ: uncle and aunt,
A. her
with
of and Mrs. Richard home
first aid for vomanwith Church, was held in the church of the Savings. Department I Ga.lnellvllle Day Camp seHHlon
1 National Bank ofJacklonvUl. Bernard, Sr of Dixon, -N. J.I tfr. and (Mrs. K. W. Eaglet-ling
30 house educational building Saturday the Florida
hand cut; April ; starting June 12 for two
Gallie
27- .at. their home on are visiting Mr. and Mrs. and children, of Eau ,\ '
: ( P.1\1.
south May :30
21 evening 7
11:00 A.M.
BUSINESS !Ire on Highway located at I[ The horseshoe-shaped ban School is out, school Is out, the lake Saturday. Those enJoying Chester Clark this week. Mr. week for a three weeks! visit. -
fire
C'CBThe
5. house IUNIOR
May
and table was decorated In that Is what all the commo the affair were: Mrs. Bernard Is Jltlr Clark's bro THURSDAYS
W. Keystone HelghU, quet tion's about! This Is your rolling her two sisters ther. They attended the grad Junior Woman's Club 7:30: P.M.
at Opal the class colors, blue and Julia Barrier' and MURRHEEInsurance \
DIRECTORY automobile accident stand-by for I white. Menues were In the reporter with congratulations ,Mr. and Mrs. William uation of Richard Bernard, Jr. met recently at the home of FUNDAMENTALi .
Lake; May 7. to all my graduating last week Mrs. Carl Hagglund, with the
tied and Miss! Judy Ash- eit Barnesvllle, Ga. AgencyRichard
Mlddleburg form of small diplomas, Benz son. :.TEACHING
aid. at the i ,
first I friend., and also to the one Bill's pre ldent. Mrs. Dock Tlson,
and drowning with blue ribbon and place craft and Bill Senior end. Murrhee Agt;
BEAUTY SHOP I Methodist take Church Butler: May 8, cards also carried out the who were promoted. I know all mother Mr. and Mr*. Dean Robert Kite returned home presiding. Visitors were Introduced General Insurance t All Senrlcis Held In The
at because Ihava
of you are happy, 'the last week only and a report was given
Ji-owning! at Lake Butler; May graduation theme- .... I'veb en down that road Vlnyard and children and from Tennessee. with bronchitis" By Tn>v"lreasurer, Mrs. Russell ..5'lr.[ Casualty Marine* -... 'Atmosphere
KEYSTONE.BEAUTY head table herd'a'center Duffins and" their son Roger. 'to come down '
fire May The Auto Bonds Of 'The Lounge.The .
on ;
house-trailer to
21. I before. The mothers are happy their doctor "no Dougherty. It /was decided
of .blue and white flow The Dufflna are spending Now the says 473-4786
SHOP 22, Tornado watch from, 1 P- piece I having the children home now, the next couple iwlmmlng." Hope you are feel have a bake sale on June 10. Keystone HelghU
here
miniature doll graduates vacation
alert] with
m. to 11 p. m. [official ; ers but I don't know how long it Robert. it the Post Office starting at -
Johnson Owner one of these better by now,
Edith call at and tiny diplomas placed of week Maybe ing
Personal May 23, resuscitator will last. Despite the rain we will retire here with Mrs. Kite caught her first big 8 a.m. Mrs. Bunyan Kelly Jr.
at in the foliage. days they
about
Lake May 26. Fire they of theIiale.
A Creative Smith ; address was have been having, I know basil Sunday morning, trolling. was appointed chairman
welcome
us.
The
assisted
Highway 100 west and playing and with Mrs. Jerry Stlnnon
will all be happier i ,
nine pounder.
Hair Styling Cove Springs Rescue given by Rev. Lawrence Car in hot Gene Dyrrt was staying at X big and Mrs. :
Green swimming than being: a and Coburn Raines Mrs. Burt Chlapplnl,
In/UTldiutl! Beauty CureEvery roll of the church. The home two days this Peggy
drowning pastor Hilton
the
unit with a possible' classroom. I am slowly Improving Jack Millers' Mien Stewart, asslatlng. Most
Form of Beauty Culture Rivers May. 29 invocation and a tribute to the week, and will bring his famHy were visiting the made I
>n St. Johns but am unable to typo afternoon. Mrs. Dene Sapp was
Open Tuee.-Sat. 9-5; automobile acUdent on High graduates was given by Joseph to fishing here; a few days this week 'Sunday of the committee to''
Monday KHHS yet. I did manage go I Henry Norsworthy and ConI4e chairman ConvenientWay
Closed of
way 21 north, and search for B. Benson principal once, which was like ther while on vacation. I Hoyduke were visiting the nark off the swimming area

BOATS MOTORS missing person. Rev. Carroll also conducted served astoastmaatcr a apy. I got a new fly rod outfit Jeaxle and Albert Rutan, Pap Norsworthys over the at the park, and Mrs. Burt I To
and
Remember your Civil Defense and am learning to fly daughter Allca, and friend weekend- They celebratedrlenry's Chlapplnl chairman of the

BILL'S MARINE Rescue Unit phone numbers "fun time" consisting of jokes,'I fish. I have only been once but Bera Joy Boykln were weekend birthday Sunday.Mr. committee to repair the dock

SALF.S: ft SERVICE!: : Sheriff's Office. Green anecdotes and con testa.was Rev. I really enjoyed it. I am practicing guests of the English Hlltons. and :Mrs. E. W. !Reveli at the Junior Woman's Club Bank
Springs, 284-3379: Or- The guest speaker for the n. xt Hugh and Beverly Fletcher I
be
ready bual- Park.
Cove to S.C. on
The Fun Fleet's la"AB of the were in Florence Car
Outboard. inge Park Police Department, Howard Foreman, pastor Church. I couple of months of good bug i were visiting them on Saturday. less last week Refreshments were served Is From Your .

BoIIIta 264-9612; and Civil Defense Mandarin Baptist fishing.We Hugh's sister! and bro- and Mrs. X. M. Smith the Hospitality Chairman
Chrysler Lone Star Elaine Lovorn a memo I I Mrs. Bob Mr. by>
Chrysler Motor( Director in Keystone Heights, Miss 6f the graduating class have had a very busy ., ther-in-law, Mr. and recently ind children of Starke spent rtrs. Carl Hagglund. Members Parking problems! disappear-Your save
These ber of have
S.>rvlr.. A Tarta forHnrmtaoe 173-4260 or 4734851. of thanked the church for honorIng week, with company moHt QilkUon, A-ho service In he: weekend with his mother. attending were Mrs. Billy Logiton time and trouble-When you use our con
time the
from
47S-4865 unit are available in the time. Tuesday afternoon returned Mrs. H. T. Smith. Mrs. Bunyan Kelly Jr.. Service. Just
UilgW*
Bill Drive-In Banking
the graduates. and Mrs. venient !
as requested by \ Mrs. Lonnle Melton, Hawaii, and Mr. and Paulette !Mrs. Billy
Conwr Rte. 21 28 umergency Seniors and Mr. and recent Charles, Louise KM. Jack Stanscl teller's window
outside / ,
fireiopartments Twenty-seven also to
agencies' MeConaghy were drive our
Melrose. 475-4S51 law enforcement attended this delightful Otis and Odessa Reeves Straiwlberg< were visiting M\8' Singleton Mrs. Russell Doughirty up
( or local govern their dates and Mrs. Parson en me over for guest. fo Strandberg over the weeknd. Mrs. Jerry Stlnson, Mrs.I and make your deposits or withdrawals

CLEANERS ment authorities. affair.at the head table a cookout and to enjoy a swim, Mr. a nt< 1\1 I'll. W. J. Phillips,, : I Burt Chlappinl Mrs. Allen without ever leaving the seat of your carl

MRS. LAWRENCE Seated and Mrs. Carroll, since the weather was no hot. Jr. were visiting their parents, Jack and Ann Morris cfShloago Stewart. Mrs.; Gene Sapp, Mrs. That's just one of the many ways that we

Keystone RETIRES FROM P O- were and Rev.Mrs Benson, Rev. The same day Ma'Jillda' (ou- tha PhMlps; Sr. this weekend.! Ill are visiting the Dock Tlson and Mrs. Carl try to make banking here easier and more
whose Mr.
Mrs. Inez Lawrence mother Siamese cat) nad five the Raleigh for two weeks,
of
Mrs. H. D. Friends Fred Thlemans rtagglund.
Inc. Mr. and for I
Cleaners May Foreman have pleasant you
retirement was effective M. Vallde- nice kittens so we now Woudrums will be interested and were enjoying our lakuhl PERSONALS

O. K. Davis 28 la being missed at the post White.. Mrs. Jorge Foreman.. Oine/ cats. We were In Gainesville to learn that their son Gary ; past weekend.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R- F. Simmons'
TCvery Dry Cleaning Service these days by both coworkers Jul. and Byron Wednesday, taking animals Vietnam, Gorn.to
Lonnle
office ACTIVITIES la In a rent camp In and Mrs. ruasts last week were Mr. and GET ACQUAINTED
Laundry Finish or Fluff and patrons. She had OTHER Woman's Missionary to the vet! shopping nnd pr-1 will return borne as suon and eon Johnny and Frances I Mr*. Cecil Spurlock and sons COME IN -

2 Day Service been employed there since The a Prayer Retreat visiting and Alfred Hudson as he l is released. He wl.l: bein Scurry of Gainesville wera recent David and John of Charleston,

Pick Up and Delivery March of 1960.A Union sponsored the church last rI.. at
her
Ke>rt nn Height; 41S-8OS4 dinner was held in Saturday. The bream have won several'I David Rape. Mrs. Rapo S.C.Mrs.
Gary .
Mrs. R. L. Vietnam Mr and J. I .
with
*
8:30 a.m. C. A, Duncan
CONCRETE honor by her fellow employees Rest at Ennls: in charge. She was assisted started biting a little: again-;Ball/ modal.*. accompanied .Mrs. Gornto to Mlllrcn of Lawton, Okla. were Member F.I>.I.C. Keystone Heights Fla.

at the Lazy Susan Ethel Moody Saturday Jean and Tony Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Rons. Waycross, Oa. to take Miss I .
Hawthorne Concrete aurant. Those attending were: by Mrs Chairman. and son Shawn of Gainesville wore guests of the Rutledges Scurry home and spent the "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
Gladys Tlllis Mr. WMU Prayer again on Sunday. Saturday and Mrs "
Postmaster down with Mr. Community
were
the meeting a covered for a Lnsanga supper night .
& Supply, Inc. and Mrs. Bill Baker Mr. and After luncheon was served Mrs. Other Sunday guests were Mrand night.. Barker. LoecmI.F.DON'H: COIIKNEK"Ci :
and dish and
REm Mrs. H A. Sprovr. Mr- president of the MM. Roy Cren haw Mr. and Mrs. Layton Whitehead Betty Griffin of Griffins ;00' OOIM! IVopIn"
Mundy "
Thomas, Mr. and Leila and Otis and Odessa. of Dr. and
guests that
Rowan Jerry, weekend
Mrs son reports
WMU were Lodge
MIX Association Ail of God's good people ..,
:
and their New River grandfather, I.t: I. ''''I'U.t
CONCRETE Mrs. Pat Bradley I guest.. My father, Mrs. Ida Whltehead. They were Mrs. John Howard of Savannah I to church each we lt.
house guest, Mrs. Nlbert, the was a special and A. B. Howard of Starke Bahama last week Ga. caught 11 bass over Go IS: UKflRIlY: : niVKV:: thut. th. following illscribedliiniU "
W. Hawthorne YWA met Tuesday, In. Grand 1 Us ten close A.U.
Ilwy. 20 and her husband. The fishing over the to of We always will hi- mill Ht pul.lli- .aiii'tUm on tlio Jut duy at July
by Herring
481-29.12: 2031fAS : honored guest 'May 23, at ,the home of lit!:..* were bass 38 bass, vacationing and came the weekend; Veal To hear the preacher speuk.. 11'07 .ul the rily Hull.. ot Kejrutuiio llnlnhtfl. t'imnty of Clay.
Lawrence
Dorrald. Mrs. Plans were mada weekend and caught visit with his mother Jacksonville and Roy caught Htllte. of Klorldil. to pity the nniulinl duo for tiixen herein untoppiJHlUf
with arlf t. as n Carol Wolfe. good eat' Authu- Roberl! thi.r with all pennltleit and. uoeitM of *uchMHlu .
was presented a Missions activities no large ones. Just ''Mr Mason and Miss 7 bass; Mr.' and Mrs. the minip. toif
for Community close attention. .."d l ailvvrtlBlnir.. fcule. to mart ntt\ o'clock noon.
occasion. all
small We
remembrance of the carried out ing size. reen Blanchard of Jacksonville George and family some pay O..n'r". Tnn. Co***
lIu..rll..n
Kenneth Cooper [Ann] -which were 'Marlaand Preacher Winters in the John Rubel Fleming' To hear him teach the worrt. | ,-
Keystone Saf-Gas Mrs. meeting on May spent the weekend shellcrackers; I't of lot 88 It* Ho'
member of the post at a special had as visitors over the of Jacksonville. gut I But the main purpose for <11'>r i In O.K. !il: I'K. DJ
is the new cottage. and party 6I.BISirlckljiicl
B. Dye 1\I..r.ro" Mark"y Jonlun
.III..r..t Kill
Bottled Gas 3t). their nephew, Pete Johnny ofRlncon. Saturday visit,
weekend: and on
office staffTEEING Mrs. Quinn 52 shellcrackers Lord Lot H Itlk. 1 1.1 "H rtiiIII .
OFF church Burchett and girlfriend Bev Ga. were weekend and 08 on.. Sunday. Is to worship our dear II II. 18 IV. OXK.ll. -
and at the ifNOTintO
Appliances! : It
The G.A. met J'I..I' Ent Inc.-
Thursday, June 1, was the erly Fuller; their nelce JacquI of Mr. and Mrs. d. W. Please remember when you
made
23 and guest 1 ,1 I 1.1: Hlk I l"i n HItic
Se Us For All of Your last meeting of the year for Tuesday May Week starting and boyfriend Gerald Nettles, Ellis. Mr. Ellis caught a, 20 go out' on your boats, have al God's people are always In ".It. S5:! 1'1(. .

Gas Need* the Keystone Woman's Golf plans for Focus and Debbie Yeomans, who was lb. soft shell turtle this week of your safety equipment "1'h. helpful 4Dt I K.II.l. 1\Ir., llemtl MuCallmunI 4.S7

Phone 473-1351: : : 1 Association [WGA]. The ladles June 4.Foui. passing their visiting their daughter Glnny. That's a lot of good eating safety patrol will be on the Friendly, courteous and .nOl tB ItoiIn:t I I U.It.ilk HI I I I' ....
girls
participated In I9hole ) Martha This coming weekend both the Robert and Lois Voyles of lake all summer, and 1C you In fact they are the ''best I'IT. 7-1 Lkv. lireh. I.

NURSERY Best-Ball Tournament, with Maiden Steps Llmehouse were Kay Winters cabins will be filled .Charleston, S.C. were visiting are caught without cushions J To ''be found In any land. Mil' I \ ". IT4
O It.
MUell. Ellen l.t V im ItiiIn j V ..nagij'vWllllatii :
the following ladles -celvlna and Glynls. Com- his family Mr. and Mrs.tarl/ or other equipment, you win 77 I'K.I 639 lllrilAiMltlon
Carnes Nursery Llmehouse, .. __. qulordo 114"
O.C. \
we.k-
: These
for the competition needed. The few days this certainly a fine.
honors Reviewing Council books :will be Voyl. a pay We are always joyful.
The
in way 100, Florahom First low net with 32. 'Aggie bass. composed of Mrs. R. !<. church will &give some books Pete Barton came home from things are for your owa protection When we sing his song. lot V*&i. to HI: 17 HB u.KITIn,I.t.l I V :

2S Mile* AI'':. of. Starke Watson and Peg Fordyce: second was Ennis :Mrs. Leoman Ward, and now and add more from time the Bradford County Hospital, so please have them Cause we know with his Ilk. S I'll. 9 Koy | I ; f
Stock Thousand* net wtlh 33. Pansy and is convalescing and Doris Lutgen, and Htolltt I'hrlBtlun. I'
Nursery low Mrs. Ethel Moody. to time- However, anyone Thursday, Doug guidance, Colony KID OOMp.l'Volunte.r.. Inc. 19.S1.
of Plants A Fruit Trees ta Hawes and Joan Wright. having books In' their home from his operation. The. ,Bar Sherry Head and Donnle O' Nothing can go -wrong. lain 21. J3yton i

choose from. Nice Shade Trees,, A luncheon and businesi The Sunbeams met at. the that they would like to donate, tons had a fish and crab fry Steen were at the Jackson K .U ClirlHtlun Uonpef Volunteer. Ino. SOI
A' Landscape held at. President would Those' ,)n- Zoo and went to the Colony 11/1!> -
: night. ville
was
Evergreens meeting Or if they Saturday
church for their last meeting may do so. on warms my heart. Ixitu DA, VII !D' A
: It always
Plants. All In containers Kitty Martin's home on Lake of the summer. After a rest; like to give a book In' memory toying, the affair were: Fred beach Sunday.Mr. 'When to church we go. 91) lUiplut. of K..,.- t.
Plant anytime. Camellias it: Irma. Rushton assisted apprepriate Cortne Thleman EngU hand :' and Mrs. E. V. CIenn> tune ChrlBtlan
Geneva; they will reorganize when of a loved one an and Because It'. the most Colony | Volunt r. Ilia. (.80
azaleas. President Martin in caring up school starts In the fall.la "10 Memory" Inscription will Romania Hilton Jack' and and children Janice Steven wonderful place. Lot 17. U, 19 A JORe Ur".1

Let iia do your landscaping. for the guests. 'be put on. the fly leaf of each Ann Morris of Chicago 111.. and Sharon are staying in the I know. lat of, Key- I'

Phone B84-2165 The following officers were the recent business meetIng book. Albert and Jessie Rutan: and James Klnchen house this That we can go .ColonyLotB tone ChrlBtlan Gda".11 l Voluntwr Ino. J.SI

installed for the comlnz year:: I the church, it was decided I children Tony and Jean. Bail week. (Monday Martin Luke, 24 to 33 tno.lleplat I I

USED CARS Freda Wyman. president; Mil of by unanimous vote to During the recent revival 12 of Gainesville James and Mrs. Perry Tucker Mr., Johnny God's people will always be of ChrlBtlanColony Key;

dred Button vice-president; establish a church library. new members were added to Cricket Chitty. Mike Chitty. Tucker and Tlsa Tucker of happy. ton* a<9p". Volunt..r. Inc. l.lKatherln

Hanks Used Cars Joan Wright secretary; Louise Mrs. Laurence Carroll was the ctaurch roll seven coming and Mr*. Atha Copelaad. Billy Jacksonville were vlaltlng With help and guidance from J. McOla. ..*

BIG CASH DISCOUNT Gallop, treasurer, The> following elected church librarian, and by baptism and five by letter. and Elizabeth Noegel tit them. The Clenneys have stayed above. T.x Collector

TERMS chairmen .(for next year! a building has been designated! The pastor attended the Starke were vlsttlng the Bar. here every summer for several I Because we know we are City ot Kyton. Hlht, fla.

BUY SELL TRADE were recognized: Fran Ches- for the library. After somo renovation Southern Baptist Convention tons Sunday afternoon. years. blessed. 1/9/41

Rt. 1 Box: 90 sington.1 with co-chairman I snd Installing. ol at Miami Beach last: week, returning Mr. and ,Mrs_ W C. Barber That seems tot be all the With God's wonderful love. 1,1 4t 635THE

""" ,.. 100 H Mile* H. StlM-hf J (Continued on next Pane] book Bhclvou buoks and mure home Friday. hnvo returned Ir()m a. vacation news for this week so here's








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THUKSDAV. JUNE 8. 1967
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARI'E FLORIDA -


Mrs. Wall? Muhlhofer after'' roommate from FSU, Ann daughter and granddaughter '. '.''. ... '' Elks FinishAs by Olive, and then back to I Correction
services last Sunday. I Brown, were visiting -vith Mrs. Mike Footer, and Mich- i'' & : I back 'singles by Alvarez and

KEYSTONE Vicar:! and Mrs. RlcharJ Kay's parents. :Mr. and Mrs. ache Way net te, who was born NEWS And NOTES 1. Runner-up Gray Flynn scored the winningruns Starke City has Councilman informedThe
Police had pulled McRae
Meyer were presented with Dick Sunderland lost weekend on May 13. In Bantam 'Loop and the Jimmy
) ,i Telegraph he did not tell
HILITES "The Pastor's Companion", asa Jane McMurtry and Judy I It out.
.. For Today's HomemakersBy f I This was Lawtey s his fellow jouncil members the
game
;
remembrance of Vicars Meyers Clap, of Troy State Teacher'sCOllege Southern Discount and BPOE
; of the year duPont Company will close Its
best
study In (Florida. He will are spending their Martha Sue McCain i I met Saturday In the Bantam played game
1J4 "' James Teston was on the operation here if a. heavy taxis
to the Lutheran break with Jane's 1!'! 'League with identical records
be returning semester ; I'
(
I From proceeding Pagel] '. and although Florida indus-
'' imposed on
for Lawtey
Seminary ha Springfield HI. parents Mr. and Mr. Kyle County Extension ';,,i', ;: i. and with 'the winner of this mound
St. William's Sunday :h; ', he allowed 13 hits, he
Martha Hayes. 18-hole Tournaments -,. for his final year of study. McMurtry' \ Home Economics Agent ,, game to be decided runner-up to try.According
: Dottle Parks: chairman Guests Included Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dowllng Mass, 7:30: a. m Wednesday, ; ,. in the first half. The Elks rose i spaced them /well enough : to McRae a du
of the fi-hole 'Tournaments Mrs- Jim Zowarka and: family entertained the Rotartans, Ro- Mass and Novena 7 p. m.Intardcmonbnuttonal :; ',,: to the occasion and handily, win. Flynn and Alvarez pitched Pont emploYee. he said thereIs

May Henderson Tropb i Mr. and Mrs. George LaRue, aryann. ,and '.pecial guests IIOMEMAOR 'PICKLES put Southern Discount down I for the Police and allowed 9. a possibility ld Pont would
Chairman; Fran Livingston John :Bensel, Mr. and Mrs. W. with a buffet supper and socIal ANI KZLISHKS If a less sour product is pre 72. I only 3 hits but walked 3 1 1II have to close 1U operation
had
with co-chairman Betty Zow-, Teske and family Mr. and hour>at'their Lake Geneva Community Church 7>r, There are four general clas. ferred, add sugar rather than :Discount took the lead in Green and Blalock each here If the bill is passed.:
Hawes Jr- A. C. Holt, minister; Mrs.George decrease vinegar. the 2nd l-O II hits for the winners.In I The City Council last 'Week
Socials Bob
arka ; Pansy Mrs. Philip Clark, MM. Kar home last Friday.Mr. ses of pickle products: Inning as June 1,
Tournaments Gwen Bach-I olyn Jackson and daughters!, and Mrs- Ed OTtono- Canova organist. Fruit pickles, in which the Spices -- For beat t flavor in Dyal drew a walk and scored games played 11-0 voted unanimously to oppose
mann Telephone Committee: Mr. and Mrs. George Kauf- ghue entertained the first Sunday School 8:30: a.m. fruit la usually lelt'whole and pickles be sure the spices used on Luke Powell's single. In th* Police blanked Lawtey edged passage of SB-IO. which'would
Fern Oarber and Su Dwyer representatives mann and family, Mis. Flor- communicants of St. William's Morning Worship, 11a.m.. simmered In a sweet-sour are fresh. Spices quickly logo. 3rd inning .the Elks rallied to and Southern Discount impose a five per cent sever-

for the monthly ence James and daughter, and Catholic Church with a swimming Nursery open both hours. syrup. Pears, peaches, and their'pungency when stored in score 4 big runs as Sonny the Elks 96.Standing's 8-1 Elks,, ,ance tax.

golf-a-round.; Kitty Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Farrell party at their home on Frmbyterlm crabapples are prepared In this a kitchen cupboard. Loudon Brian Johns. and Dennis : Police. ; Law
membership chairman; and and daughter, of Raiford. Lake Brooklyn last -weekend.Mr. Faith Presbyterian Church Whole spices are preferredfor ,Rhoden came up with hits'': 5-4; Sou. Discount, 4-5; STARKE

Marge Klefer. 9-hole Trophy Swimming and boating were and Mrs. Bud Beeler -'Rev. J. R. Neale Jr., min way.Relishes such as piccalilli, pickle making; ground In ''the 4th inning, the Elks tey, 18. 5 Discount vs
Chairman. enjoyed In the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bennett, ister. Mrs. W. A. Wallace organist chili ,sauce catsup, and chutney spices may darken the pro- kept it going and picked up 3 I Mon., June vs Elks
President Martin thanked RUMMAGE SALEA Mr. and Mrs. George Massa ; Mrs. Carl Swisher, ,, in whIch,fruits and vegetables duct, Tie spices in a piece of more runs as Loudon and Kent Police, 5pm. Lawtey BUSINESS

officers and board members : rummage sale will be held Greg Oolfln and Miss Marilyn summer organist. "are chopped, seasoned clean, thin white cloth, suchas Graudon. hit doubles. Eddl 6.30.Thurs.: Elks vs

for their well-rendered services this Saturday, at the Keystone Bridges and Mr. and :Mrs. Don Sunday School, 9:43: am. and cooked to the desired! con cheesecloth, large enough to Hazen hurled for Discount and .. June 8 vs Discount DIRECTORYAUTO
and special thanks was entertained their allow for circulation of liquid allowed 7 hits while opposing Police, 5 pm. Lawtey
a Print Shop, by a few members: Morgan Morning Worship 11 a.m. sistency.
given to Kathy Radfearn for of the Lutheran Church of friends with a luau at the lat- Sunday (Nursery open both Fermented pickles, including during cooking and remove Kent Craudon allowed 4 hits 630.Starke .
her work with the kitchen Keystone Heights. This rummage ter's home- Tahitian lamps, hours.) cucumbers, green tomatoes, them ''before packing the pick': Sonny Loudon paced BPOE
committee. sale is a continuationfrom torches palms leis and exotic and sauerkraut, which gd lea la jars. with 3 safeties and Dennis Builders REPAIRS!=;

Club Champion Voncile last weekend, and will I foods teach guest brought a Episcopal through a 2 4-week fermentation Sugar -- Either white granulated Rhoden hit 2 singles.In Downs JacksonIn
Ketch presented 'her trophiesto coullnue until all Items are favorite Hawaiian dish] combIned St. 'Anne's Rev. W. W. period.Freshpack. or brown sugar may be the 2nd game of the day, Earl's] Garage

the most Improved golfers sold. A donation will be ..Iven to make an atmosphere Woratall, vicar.Morning or quick-process used. White sugar gives a first half winner Police Dcpt a 5 inning game called KINDS OF
Mildred sutton! Prayer and'Ser-- clearer color, but brown sugar met last place holder, Lawtey, ALL
of the year. for the Ebenezer Year Birth comparable to a native feast. piCkles, such as'bread-and-but- due to the 10 run rule, Starke WORK
received a trophy for the most day Fund. Also, all of the guests wore' mon, 2nd 'and 4th Sundays ter: pickles and Kosher-styla may be preferred for flavor. and the league leaders had a Builders trounced Jackson ATTO REPAIR

Improved handicap. Vesta Clothes dishes, furniture, colorful native costumes. The 9:30: a.m. (nursery open.) dills,which are-brined for several Bread & Hutter Pickles. I battle on their hands as fIred- Building 14-2 In 'the Powder AU Work; Gua.n.u&eedFhoDe

Alken received the Most Improved toys and various house-hold I entrance finale came with the Holy Eucharist and sermon hours or overnight. drained Yield: 7 pints up Lawtey made a determinedbid Puff League. The winners rapped 9647005so.
and let and 3rd ,Sundays '9:30 a. I Four quarts sliced cucumbers to hang a loss the WII.l a&. Starke
Golfer Trophy, items will be on sale, starting ',arrival of a showboat tun- and combined with boiling. on out 18 hits and were help-
tied with Mildred Button lor at'' m, (nursery open). Church hot medium size (about 6 Police.
9 a. m. fortunately an outrigger canoe Vinegar, spices, and other ed by numerous errors. Sheila
handIcap' School 9:80 a.m. "Holy .Eucharist ..), l'/a\ cups sliced onions The game was nip and tuck
the most Improved HERE 'N THERE could not be located] occupiedby seasonings. Taylor Brenda Jones, June AUTO SERVICE
received the 8 a.m. each Suaday. ((12 to IS email white, about all,tha"tvay, with the winningruns
Vesta Aiken also Mrs. Gay Uvlrtgson and son, some of the guests. Mrs. Successful Pickling Crosby and Jean Davis each
TrophY.1I'h1ch Is do, Evening Prayer 7:80: p.m. 1 lb.), 2 large garlic cloves.. being scored In the bottom Gilbert S. Brown
Alken Alec are visiting friends arid Aubrey Bannister received a Top-quality pickle products :bad 3 hits for the winners. The
Buster each Sunday. EYC, 6:30: 1/3 cup'salt, 1 to 2 quarts ((2 of"the final Inning. Law-
nated each year by relatives In'West Palm Beach prize for her version of the p.m. can "be obtained only when win by Starke Builders put
Alken's' each Sunday. trays) ice, crushed or cubes, tey picked one run In the Standard Oil Service! StationATLAS
up
Aiken for the 3-week and DeerfleM Beach. this ancient hula. Guests Included rood-quality ingredients are them In a tie for 1st place
offices of 4'/a cups sugar, 1\teaspoons walk, stole 2nd and 3rd and .
Tournament. week. In WestPalm'they are I friends from Keystone Heights Dally Morningand used and the proper methods with Baldwin Chevrolet.
Evening'Prayer, 8:00 a.m. tumeric, l'/6 teaspoons celery 1st as James Teaton drew a TIRES BATTERIES
Marty Martin and 8u Dwyerare visiting with Mrs. Livingston's Daytona Beach Jacksonville, are followed Correct proportions Standings: Baldwin. 3-1;
leading In the Twilight mother,'Mrs. 8- R. Turner. In and Orange Park. and 6:00: p.m. of fruit or vegetable, seed seed,, and 2 tablespoons 3 cups white mustard vinegar. scored. 'On Junior Crawley'ssinzle. Starke Builders, 3.1; Jackson, Budget Phone TermRoad 964-7071 Service
League Mixed Best-Ball Tournament Oeerfleld., they will be visitingMr. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Joseph sugar salt, vinegar, and spicesAre 0-4.
with 118. Don Shack- and "Mrs. 'J. 'H.'Hunt and Mordente and family are -LutheranLutheran 'of 'great Importance. Use I Wash cucumbers thoroughly.I The Police tied it up In their rrhurs., June 8 Baldwin 407 N. Temple Stark
Church a brush drainon ,
of using vegetable
Chesslngton Keystone ; half of the inning as Charles
leford and Fran daughter Susan. spending the week with Mr, tested recipes and measure or vs Jackson
are in second'place with 122. Mr. and Mrs.'Charles Mc- and :Mrs. Charles Foster.After Heights; VicarTUchard" weigh ingredleoits accurately. rack. Slice unpeeled cucumbers Green led off with a single Tuoa., June 13 Jacksonvs HURST'SS
Meyer, minister. I into 1/8 inch to
The tournament wUl nmr, for. Glare visited Mr. and Mrs. their visit with the Fosters. Ingredients was sacrificed to 2nd by Gie- Starke Builders
two more weeks. I'I Curt Malone, of Doctor's Inlet the Mordentes will be report- Divine worship, Sunday 11 Fruits and vegetables Use 1/4 inch slices. Add onions and ger and scored on David Al

LUTHERANS' JIONOR I, Just weekend. The men participated !- tag to laly where Col. Mor a. m. Holy Communion 2nc only good-quality products. garlic. varez's double. Lawtey came VACATION SCHOOLAT Service Station
AND WIFE I l% Sunday of each month. Select tender Add salt; cover with crushed up with 4 runs In the 2nd
VICAR 'the Memteer>-Ouest dente will have a tour of duty. vegetables and NEW RIVER Gas Oils Lubrication
Members of the Lutherun Tournament the Du-Clay Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peters Services held each Sundayat firm ripe 'fruits 'Tears and ice or ice cubes; mix utillEing 6 walks Sand daring", odyear Tires A. Batteries)
Church. of Keystone Heights Golf and Country'Club' In and Mrs. Drover Simmons, St. Anne's Enisoopai] peaches may be slightly under- thoroughly and allow to stand base running to get the runs. Vacation Bible School will' ROAD SERVICE

gathered for a "pot-luck" Jacksonville. of Enterprise Ala., spent last Church. Keystone MelghtsFla. ripe for pickling. Waxed cucumbers for 3 hours. Drain thoroughly; In the bottom of the 2nd, be held at the New River Baptist .- SOI tend 100 Stark

dinner at the home of Mr. and Kay Sunderland and her..weekend with the Peters' .. 'are not suitable for remove garlic. the Police scored 3 times over Church dally from 8:39: to, ..
pickling ,whole because the Combine sugar apices, and 2 Innings of play and Lawtsy 11:30: a. m., starting Monday, METAL WORK:
Baptist vinegar; heat just to a boll. led !
brine 5-4. The Police tied it
cannot up
Sort
penetrate. June 12 through Friday, June
Worship service : Sunday; for uniformity of size and Add cucumber and onion slices In the 3rd and the.score 'Of 5-5 16. Commencement exercises, THOMPSONSheet
11 a.m., 7:30: p.-m. (nursery and'heat O 'Minu tes. held until the top of the 5th
select the size best suited forth will be held at 8 p. m. Sun
DIRECTORY ). Pack loosely into, clean hot when went Metal Works
I open ,reclp.''being folowed. Lawtey out front day June 18. All children In
JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS pint jars. Adjust lids. 6-5 a.'Earl Wilkerson led
Sunday School I 19:45: a. m. SaltUse,pure, granulatedsalt oft the community are invited to
nursery[ open). Training tv, if available.. //Table salt Process in boiling water with a double andworked his attend.A -All Types !Metal Work-
Ion. 6:30: p.'m. (nursery open] con.'be,used but may not giveas bath ((212 degrees) for 5 min way home.In Heat & Air Cond.

Rev. Lawrence Carroll, good results because of,the utes. Start to count processing the bottom of the 6th, Cla/mlAed Ad In the 'TELEGRAPH i Systems! Installed '
APPLIANCES FARM 'EQUIPMENT PHOTOGRAPHER time as soon as -water'in canner Green led off with .
past4r.4H materials added to prevent a single, brings Rd. 16E. -Ph. 964-5723 I
remilM. --
returns to boiling. | went to 2nd a .
on sacrifice fly
Appliances Color TV caking. Do (not use iodized I

Stereo Magnavox BARN'ETT'S' Congress table salt as 'It may darken I L -_-_--_ ...............-'--- 1
'Ford Tractors pickles. --
Zenith Motorohk
General Electric "South' Moot Complete Commercial and Portrait Starts June 12 Vinegar Use a high-grade

-You Get A Good DM At- Ford Dealer"] Photography In[ GainesvilleMore cider or white distilled vinegar JACKSOf{
Guaranteed 'Reconditioned Frames & Custom Framing of 4 to 8 per,cent--acidity ((40 STS.SUPPLY OF STARKE, FLA.
r Tractor than 600 '.-U club to 60 grain):"Cider vinegar
F. O. MILLER&r$ 1958 BLutdln ,fllvdIa4tk.sonvWe CHERRY AND WELDON
Every'Tool Known to'FarmingJacksonville members, leaders, and agents with Its mellow acid taste 961-6078
184-14M gives a better ,blending of
will
spend June 12-15 on the
n.UM,of iwJmoluonvfll Ps.a ..'s' flavors, ''but it may darken
_ _, University of Florida campus
at the Third :Annual white or light-colored fruits
State 4-H
Ford Tractor Co. Club Congress. and vegetables. White distilled I :(J sp
PIANOS
Auto Sales & Service
-- Trips to the State Congressare vinegar has a sharper, moro : lAIS I
Beaver St. E. of Lane
granted to outstanding pungent acetic acid taste ;but I 11811

LANDROVER Jax 'EV9-8851 For Musical\ Advice club members on the basis of important it is desirable as when with color pickled is
achievement.
_ C. CARTER NICE pears, onions, and cauliflower. f'IIt". ,%O.., ,.- .
4-H'ers will wear official "'"'"""f'r J
T I
The World Finest ta Do not dilute the vinegar I
green and white uniforms '
MOBILE HOMES USED '
'
Sold 4 and Wheel Serviced' Drives fcy ouj j1 J .. when Congress opens Monday unless the recipe so specifies.,I '$.''t' "Et, _
'r !; evening, June 12, in the ball. : COUNTER[ TOP
Roberto Chevrolet; ". ot' H&(\ ", of :ii- I
the
room New Florida-Union Conner Increases
Green Cora $Sprint 3033. J. & J. Swap Shop Building. University of Florida *
l
,JTacksomffl 284-860 Established 1948 President J. Wayne Reitz will League Lead ANGLE IRON FORMICA & CONSOWELD I

USED TRAHERS Chlchering& welcome delegates and salutea CHANNEL aO"x96" SHEETS I I
Campers from S' .30 Other Name ''Brands group of Latin-American 4-H Conner Insurance IncreasedIts TWIN PALMS-INT. EXT.
JEEPVehicles Mobile' Home 32' :60' Club members who will be first place lead In the I :to FLAT BARS 390 SQ. FT. '

Trades BarJt Financing PIANOS CONN ORGANS. visiting the Congress. Women's League and also remained Latex Gal. $2.69,
.Jeep Wagoneer Station '. 2651 Park Jacksonville 388-851 State 4-H Council President undefeated with a 14-5 REINF. MESH

Wagons Hrwy. 21, Orange Fork _ _ Robert Buck will the Congress ..i trouncing of Crews Sunoco. RANDOM SIZES I
S> Jeep Universal TeL 264-C3Z4 and State open Comptroller: Conner scored in almost REINF. ROLLS 250 so- ''Ff Hi Gloss Outside House

S Jeep Gladiator'Trucks PICTURE FRAMES Fred Dickinson will speak. I every Inning, getting 4 in the Paint Our Finest -

S Authorize Service) During the week the dele- 1st and 3rd 3 In the 4th, 1 in IpyY1iTiTii: : t t I Mildew Resistant

Approved Port* MOTORCYCLESHONDA _ _ I IS gates will hear Miss Dorothy I the 6th 2 in 2nd and 7th and I
4 Wheel'Drive 9 Wheel Emerson of the National 4-H I 1 in the'5th. Carolyn. Dyal and 50' WATER Regr. $7.20 Gal. $ Gal.
Drive SPILLERS'GALLERY Club Foundation discuss Carolyn Redding each had 4 4x8 SHEETS .648

EDDIE ,BLAND ership. She will lead leail'j hits to pace the winner's at- 1-4" INT. BD. $ .98

Up Young People" tack.Conner HOSE Porch and Deck Enamel
''MOTORS, Inc. MOTOhCY0L5 with 4-H'ers participating. Dr. has assured Itself of SHEETAllSizesAvailable $2.95

655 W. ADAMSJACK80TWATLL.H Picture Framing Oil Lester Hale, dean of student no( less than a Ue for let placeIn ( ) Reg. $6.53 ,$C-88 Gal.

8M-" t &u MOEL { Arts affairs University: of Florida, the women's loop as they _ _ _ _
Painting Graphic
Merchant Green Stamp will also speak. have only one game remaIn-
''Parrish Motors Open 8 A.M. 7 P.M. : Unframed Pictures 4-H'ers will have an oppor- ing with 2nd place Goodman's I SHEETROCK

Tues.. Wed., Thurs., FrI.r.ALEII tunity to meet Miss Rebecca Gui!. Goodman's has 3 games I JOHHS-MflKyiLLE ROOFIHG
Open Sat. 8 AM. 0 P.M. 1045 Park St.-In Five Points Alkire 1067 Mlaa American left and must win them all to

8JIRVlCIII! Clo0ed Sunday & Monday JiLt:: 853-8C01 Teenager, who will peak on finish in a tie with 'the present: LOW PRICE ON OUR

PARTS MOTORS. aCLU _ _ _I the During topic the"This week Is Your there Life.will" league Kentucky loader. Fried Chicken JOHNSMANVILLEFIBERGLASS 2351 HEAVY STRIP' SHINGLES Square $7.79 '

4949 Blandlnc Bird SEWING CENTER be a general session Of the walloped I Beggs Gulf in a 90i ROLL: ROOFING
M TOM A A. Dealer make-up game 14-2. KFC lash REINFORCED Roll .
": 771-M44 Florida'4-H Club Council with $339;
_ _ _ I !
ed out 17 hits their
Always) Oeo4 Used Cttn _ _ _ all Congress delegates .attend. enroute to SHEETROCK 151 AND
,30j
,
21 :Laura ... JanaoawW.Pioe.S5eeM ing. At the Recognition Banquet one-sided win. and the big tuning { FELT Roll 2.28
H. & N. came In. the 3rd when WALLBOARD
1967 up
the state -H events
.. .
..
_ .
MUSIC they scored 7 times. ,
'
iBeggs
winners will be named and the
BEAUTY ACADEMY SEWING CENTER I State 4-H Drees Revue'will be managed only 7 hits and scored : ; NEW LUMBER' ..
_ --_ '1 presented. both runs in' the 2nd Inning PLUMBING I 1 MOLD."lGS,,: : :

American I 1967 SingerHairstyling i 4-H'ers 'will give demonstrations Leading the hitting forKFC, I '
Paulus I 'Music Co. In'agriculture' food arid Dlcandio and Mersey each col- : SPECIALS:: Treatea Pine BASE- IfI '
] I lected '14 safeties..'Cookie Mun 2 4" ,
Auto Zig Zag nutrition' vegetables and home tjc .LF
Sand -.' XmrtmnunteOlbflon dorff was Begge'only playerto .: J
Academy &trine'; and family projects. They will ; 'CRANE COLOR *
j + Guitar At .A.m1)1&fteN> judge vegetables, poultry' and get more'titan. one hit. .Reg. Yellow Pine '
:21 W. MONROE I School SuppU** Instruction Like NewJACKSONVILLE dairy products.-and will vie for I In the thriller played Fridaynight.'June'e.'Goodman's CommoclesNew I 2x2 ''FIRH 91/2c 'LF'
8448391Riverside : Check with for all
Robert Reoorttar* Gulf' us your
in and
awards public speaking' j
Console Model moke fancy designs bad to into Turquoise Dlue Green Builders needs-and Save -
I 6 Mule Library-Ebqxrt lampmaking.New go extra innings to MoneyUSED I

Repair Department stitches, monograms I State 4-H Council 6ffU edge< underdog Beggs. ,Goodman's EACH $ .95 __ _ _ _ (All Molding Available)
overcasts sews on buttons, ears will be elected at the Con-' after 3>/3 innings led 24 ; i _
Hairstyling 41 W. Mooro* !St.JaduonTOl make 'button boles & blind I gress. Beggs 10-2. but in the' bottom LUMBERALL \

355-9447 stitches. 'No attachments I i4-H Is the youth phase of I' of ,the 4th. 'Beggs 'closed 'the 4"LAVATORY, Reg. $7.84 : ..
Academy UI. Baoh Bird.JackMovfil Demonstrator $44 or $6 I the educational programs car. gap to 1CWS, made It 10-7 In I -
:2639 PARK ST. per the 5th, and In the bottom of I 'j LA'STI'C PIPE
; 38-ZOa1 I ned on by the Florida Agricultural |- FAUCETS ea. $ ,
JACKSONVILLE 388-8587 mo. Call Jax 771-1850: Extension Service, tile 7th..made ,It 10-10, CJ.49COMPLETE SIZES I_' _, "

Accredited _ _ II. A N. Sewing Ctr. I I University of Florida. hag the extra inning .creat.'j I I
Qualified Instructor I Neither team scored In :LOW :PRICES

!Modern Styling _ _ _, 'Bradford County wilt be represented but in 'the top of the -Oth,, BATH ROOM SETS YJ"dOO' ROU '$2:10:
'
OPTICIANROFESSIOMAL.OPTICAl with two delegates on '-
Monthly Classes I Goodman came'up with 2 big
"Where tomorrow. .stylists WESTERN: STORE I the State 4-H Council and two runs and held-Beggs scoreless) Low Prices
_ _ MILS I L, '
are trained" _ I delega.tesalJarge.DENMARK '[I'In the bottom of the 9th to; : %"dOO' Roll $3.35
) win the game 12-10. SELF.RIMMING '

ELECTRIC MOTORS ( \ L1TILE'DUDEPeavy I AT C.PROMOTED M. C. outhlt\ Beggs 16-10 Goodman.1 STAINLESS STEEL 'U COMMON TRAILS I
1-xlOO
Roll
bars.Masters and ,
( 'Brothers / [' Western Store I Stephen O. 'Denmark Jr., van pacing Goodman with/ Z( SINKSDouble I $575

Electric Co. COMPANY son of "Mr.'and Mrs-8. 'O. hit. eachj Barbara hit one over I Compartment.with POUND CARTON
"Wfcer* 'Toull 'Mnd 'Brry the fence. B. Faucets and
Crawford aDd Strainers
Denmark' 'Starke' has been
iBtECTRIO ,MOTOH9 d C Prescription FlUed thing For" the HaresOa8d..8eflt4edReDslr promoted:) to the rank of 1st Hall had'2' hits for Bggs.< 'J'J Only $37.95 I 14 *5.90.; I (All Sizes Available)

Broken Lenses Duplicated -Enthusiast" I Sergeant In the ROTC unit at Standings: Conner ;
Generator*-Starter: Artificial Eye Western Clothing Leather- Gordon Military COllege. Bar- Goodman 4-1; Beggs, 24;I
Alterations ; Kyewvar Specialist* good, gjxVllfs and 'Trailer nesvllle,'Ga. Crews 15. 'I Check ,With ,Us tor All Your Building ,Needs and ''Save Money I

Anoatur1' -la4lq< ( ; tChsrle' te Sharon Petty: I Rank In the cadet at Fri.: June 9 Beggs vs,
4O44 Lenax AT*. ':218 Laura St. Jox 866-5595 '02"So. Edfewood Av*. corps Crews, 7:80. Goodman vs KFc.1 I
OMC is achieved by academic
'Jsc&jonvtU. 'M7-O0X 1034 Park; St. Jo*. 354-3618 AakamvtU* 14-121 and military progress of the 8:45.:I I JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY

,, Mon.,;June 12 KFC "VsBegge
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By Lynn Hamilton ,.t- C.I li e e WITH THIS COUPON & 0i'

By Lynn Hamilton i' PURCHASE OF $5.00
CHECK BOATING JUG OR
AT MIDSEASOJN SUPERMARKETS, I L i MORE FOOD ORDER
Periodically: checking: your ,
boating rig IB one-of'the beat a WHOLE O
ways known to assure fun: IN ADDITION TO THE STAMPS YOU RECEIVE WITH YOUR PURCHASE. 'R
PRICES GOOD THRU THE WEEKENr.BAGGED.
season of uninterrupted boating .. L D .IE**********VOID AfTERi JUNE lOth-67 mm mm mm mm mm mm HHr. /
QUANTITY Rf&1tTS-RESUYED!
fun The boat, motor, trailer, I IJ a
and all related equipment J
should be inspected'regularly
At about mid season, however
It's best to go a little further
closely.and examine'the rig even more I

If the boat. has !been left In
the water for .several ,weeks, .
chances are the hull has become 1 FROZEN UMIT-2 WITH $..00 OR MORE ORDER
fouled with marine u.s.oAr,
CHOICE
growth. Such fouling has a : ) : .


engineers performance tremendous at affect and EJvinrude speed on the Motors.say boat the 'MEAT STEAK SALE..1.1! F .R. ::1" ::11 I c: : '
H'
Speed have have been been losses left noted up moored to when 80 per for boats only cent L] SPECIAL 1 de( ,

SAVE 20* U. U.SCHOICE.E CHUCKSTEAKS
30 days. The engineers suggest SAVE 27c ,' e (
that boat bottoms be cleaned '

about throughout At mid once season. the every,outboard season.three weeks motor .-; h -4.. "C .F .'R ::1 'E" 5 I REG. .


and spark inspected plugs should, cleaned be removed If nec- 37/$

essary and replaced if they appear ,TAVE 1 1* LB. U.S. CHOICE RIB or ROUND BO'VaStEAKS _
defective. This applieseven
If the engine has not been "
used much. While you are at ,88c'2'lB'
;
it, check the fuel filter bowl ,
for water or foreign deposits.
Inspect the lubricant in the
lower gear case"to see that it n CHOICE BONELESS CLUB or SHOULDER POLY c
is free of water or air bubbles
and change it if necessary. DETERGENT i'ii
Your motor owner's manual LB 98 BAG
? I
will require also mldseason Hat other.points lubrication.The that. : J ;

propeller is extremely
Important,'especially on larger SAVE 10* IB. TENDER SLICED .. _
engines, It it Is nicked or bent, f "-, REGULAR 43* ._ MOTTO ,...... ., .

placed.It should !be repltched or re- : $ I BEEF LIVRV oLB/ APPLESAUCE 33c

Check the trailer for loose I I ,9
rollers, ,tender ,-and..nut.a.an bolts.Is in good Be sure condition-and the winch that line ) I SAVE 1011 LBr' *LEAN FIRST CUT RIB ,.., I REGULAR 2/25* YAMBALAYA

the 'winth is properly lubricated .
It is also a ,good idea to PORKCHOP5'- / Mashed YAMS 17OL.g

pull a wheel and inspect the UMIT-I WITH $5.00 OR MORE ORDfl L::.:::L -'..:,:::: [' __ .. ; C
bearings I ---....,.,. e.E--, ,..,,.....a YAIMI611T1
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Give life Jackets and boyuy- a
.
ant cushIons'a. complete\ 'Check :-i---- '
to see that they'have. not be- t- \" '.
come damaged mildew. Replenish 1 ,
the supplies, in .you;
first aid kit 'See that the fireexttnguisheY.1sproperly.charg ,
: "
FYNE TASTE
ed and readily available. Inspect RED BIRD ar CIRCUS ASSORTED BANQUET ASSORTED '
your tool'klt'to' lee/'/that ,

it Look ia complete.for loose screws, 'trim 'S.LAD ..VIENNA 1
and accessories on the equip f FRUIT FROZEN \ \
ment. About this time of the :
year, the rig mould .probably :DRESSING .
use a good polish job too iAUSA E RINKS DINNERS \
With -everything In shipshape
..
condition, you will ,be- all t set I "...

to season enjoy without the'remainder'problems.t'the ,IQT.JAR' 2' 'gc' v G4N ( 1.I M D" I ju .

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Marine Corps .' ifi; ?" 5 CANS t$1 k, 3 ,t\la $1: .,"

Has OpeningsFor s M, 1, e ,, f'rLIMIT I -
Young (WomenStaff -1 WITH$5.00 Oft \ 4( ," ",rd... I r\: ..

Sergeants ,BUI Bland 'MORE FOOD ORDER. '- ____ REGULAR 4/49
and Jim GllHard Marine,Corps
Recruiters for ,Starke and i "....1i 1-
Bradford County, announce '"
'
/
)
that the 'Marine: 'Corps""Is 'accepting ." :;r.- "! 'It<'" ....
applications from...qualified tAVf10 ,.rAZALIA HONEY NUT FORK, .
women'applicants''to be 4'1w4 AVE UP. TO 30J GIANT,10 oz.JARS"" 'A! 'FRESH'SWEET LUSCIOUS JUMBO \ .J ;G{
LINKSAUSAGE: tPkg.! 49c :
; '
Y f
come Women Marines. ;
In order to ibe constderedcfor SAVt 10*, f ARMIR CRAXAU; MEAT
acceptance as an enlistee ,' .1NSrANT; (i OF FEE '

Woman meet the; following,-.women'qualifica mast FRANKS' ". e Ipk ." 39c : HO'NE.Y-D EWS
HOOD FAIR
tloJJ8:'(1) between-th ages ORADIA"fRESHCbtfage .
j
l- \ """ ''
of'18'and:eo. inclusive; (3)Be) ; l :
unmarried with .dependents,. CHEESE ,c ;25c i : t hW f
)
CHASE:&' C FOOD 1 "l' : EACH
and'agree tOo remain unmarried S OOO FAIR GRADI"A"IRISH r : .9W 9 8' .
,
until completion of basic trainingSBean'Amerloan 5ANBORN FAIR '. (
': r 'I
: ) eltl- Cottage CHEESE Cu p' 49c .". : J..g c:
: v'
7ft
zen; ((4)) Possess a high school ;. } II (: v ,
.
SAW M< KRAm CHEESE 4 '
education the equivalent i 0" f. rI
or" SAY830'91NCH ,;, .ark, :; 1;
I .
((3) Be of excellent moralthal"act r .. :
J
VELVEETA !
2'lB lIox"99c,: '' Jt.
r; "'t e)) 'Be tn good ...3 .. too '
physical healtb.- :'lYEEOiII.1 COOK QUIICREIF/ : ,lA, P'IR P'LATES' ,. '. 'COUNT' '59'f WASHINOTONSTATEWINESAP. 7i" .
Women enlisting tn the 16 ( '
Marine Corps. 'are.,assigned in CUBE STEAKS B4x #; J.89 j IAVE42* ....REGULAR or SUPER .Jt (. \,
over 128 job' specialties an 'allowances SOU r FLOUNCEIt' :.. .. .
receive the same pay 0 r.

as the, benefits male,Marine,'and advantages receive.. 'FISH 'FILEETSI.,, .'LB !f9c! .AQUA ;NET HAIR SPRAY. .O.. 57c. FANCYYELLOWGLOBE'y 1 191'flASH

_
Women also choose an 'SAY!20i' MEATY WHITE
may' : :SAVE 25* EVERYDAY ,. 4'&oz.TU8r .f \

would area option,)ike to for be(where stationed they, L RGESRRrMP.e: B 99C ,' ONIONS \O .. ./1 18. 8e C.a :

Women applltants may ialso ,,' '" f VITALIS; !H A-IR'DRESSINCi' 84 ... :
. take advantage of the Marine s '. FANCY IONG'GREEN (
Corps :120 day delay prOgram '. -"
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In which you ,enlist/mow and r / a'fS12I1o...IJJNO >'" "3 I PIECE rR '13 QUART RECTANGULAR BASIN, I 1 CU c UMBERS'nCH 7c'
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prom delay Uon.counts toward, pay,ar.d! rzra; f i FOOD i',; ,$ALAD"BOWl : or 18 QUART,WASTE-'BASKET! / SWIFT'S' Pelleted VIGORO, LB BAG $1.79

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T01"RTF.FN! : _ _ ___ __ ____ __ BRADFORD rotTNrr TPLIORAI'R.: !: TAIP1. P'LOam THURSDAY.. JUNE 8. 1967
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.YYYYYYYYYYTTYYYYY Si: ,')liciul !'I I If, H In. Wonhlp 11\ Ing with Sunday School at 10a. Philadelphia. .. PennaTOU 118T1Y LICE DKMMONS.: .. p

I n m aiul, i '10 I p 111. chOir I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED m All members and friend: FlED THAT ARM an HKREBY action for NOTt-divorce ::- 1\0'1'11'1 Defendant.' OF. nitr' FOR DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

LAWTEYBy pi'IK :t if' (!\In:}() p ni Prayer CITIZENS are invited to attend has been filed against. you nivoncn

I !meeting Wednesday 7 JO p m OF BRADFORD COUNfY i Greater Allen Chapel AME and you are required to serve TO: BETTY tRill DRV-MONS STARKE PHONE 964-6200
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I a copy of your written defenses, You are hereby notified thai 4
Knia BliuirharilClIt'RClI Sympathy Is ext"ndfd: to I Church. Rev. L. A. Sampson If any. to It on Therein A. Yawn. a complaint. for divorce ha. been
Owen Anders and family in Jr. Attorney for Plaintiff when and art I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-PHONE 473-317S /
I BACCALAUREATE! roy Thomas and Rosa DeSue pastor. Sunday School, 10 a. mail airaliuit you you
....AA.4A&4AA. ..A&AAA. . ....a the recent death of his sister, Service Love adilrei. I I. Bradford County required to serve a copy of your
AND COMMENCEMENTThe m. Morning .
1 Best Dressed-Edward Ham- Court Houu Starke, Florida, answer or pleading to the complaint
ACTIVITIES I Mrs Neta Carter. of Tampa. 1907 Senior Class of Ilton and Velma Peek. Feast 11 a. m. At 3 p. m. the .and file the original with th.. on the .Plaintiff. attorney 1 Rental Service. f
Clerk of the above etyled Courton .. 871 Kinsley
I. Thoinai
Mrs. Lois Carter was honored will Ralph
Grace Methodist Sunday i RJE High School had Its Best Looking Bobby Williams pastor and congregation or before June 19! Ion; Avenue, Orange. Park' Florida

School 9:45: a. m.. Worship 11 with a family dinner !n celebratIon Baccalaureate Service at 9:30A. : and Linda Davis. render services at Antioch o-ttiarwlao a judgment may heonteied . 12073 and file the origin HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS
of her birthday i Baptist Church. All member! acalnnt. you for the relief anawer, of pleading In the officeof ,
June Dos-
a m and 8 p. m. Senior MYJT m Sunday. 4. Speakerfor Best DancersMelvin demanded In tile Complaintor .
annl-// the Clnrk of the Circuit
Wednesday a:30. Choir Practice verary at the home of the occasion was Rev. W. ter and Valara Jenkins. and friends are Invited to par- petition. Court Bradford County Florida, CRUTCHES
son-in-law and daughter will be WltneM. my hand and the seal. the 19th of
7 30.First Pelham. pastor of Mt. Tabor WittiestLouis Parks and tlclpate- Communion on or bef ]\ of said Court at Starlie, Floridathis June 19A7.- If fail, to do .- _saL.
and Mr George L Shuford you no
Baptist Sunday I Missionary! Baptist Church of Frankie Lee Jackson given at the 6 p. m. &ervlce. 10th day of Mav' 19Bt. Judgment by default wIll be token

School 10( a. m-. Worship 11 a Sunday. Member of the Carter Leesburg who spoke on "Soc Most School Spirit Leon Services were postponed for CHARLES A.. bAItS A.Clerk against you for the relief demanded

m and 8pm. Training Un- family and the Shufoid famIly ial Determinism vs Christianity Thomas and Brenda King. last Sunday because Rev. By Virginia of Bald F. Darby Court In the complaint. .
: at
DONE] AND ORDERED
ion 7 p m.., Midweek services (fathered for the occasion I ." Most Likely to Succeed Sampson was attending: the A* Deputy Cleric Starke, Florida. this 94th day. '
to wish the honoree "Happy The Seniors funeral of his brother In Or (Seal. of Circuit Court) of May, 1967.
Wednesday 8pm moved closer to Sylvester Franklin and Car- 6/18 Ct i/S COMER
Birthday." ('hllr''". A. Derby STAUING'S''
Church of God Simdiy: graduation with the presentation olyn Myers. lando. i CLERK OF THB, CIRCUIT y
School \10 am. Wotslup 1\1\ Mis. Mae Wells returned of' their Class Night entitled Most Studious William 1m the Court of tke fnatUrJnrtae. COURTBy -
Tue -' after spending her Bradford florlda' M. Moody
RY County : Beulah
and 7 30 "Senlorama which THOMAS; REUNION
a m. p m PI'ayel'meeUnR was .
with and Lane.Most I'rohatv. Deputy Clerk
vu-ntion her
Friday! 7 :30 p m son enjoyed by a large audience ol Cooperative Early SET FOR JUNE 18 m re': Estate of RALPH L. THOMAS OASIS LOUNGE /

Highland Baptist Sunda\ rtaughter-In-hw. Mr and MrsEinpst friends and relatives. Records Young and Louis Parks. The William and Louisa L.UCII.R SHAFFER' !: MtTCBJOLI.Deceased. Attorney for Plaintiff ,

rlitntMille Wells Ala.Mi's and sons in and skits were used to highlight The Senior Class activities Wilson Thomas family reunion I To All Creditors. anil PersonaHaving lit Klnwxley. Park AvenueOrange Florida Your CLOSEST SpOt For /'

the history and future of at RJE will be terminated with 'Will be held at Beulah Baptist Claim or Demand. 5/25 4tp 6/15 '
Gwen Starling: was vis- In Atrxlnnt Said Ei.lnte: I LIQUOR WINES BEER
the class. Commencement Exercises tonight Church on State Road 21
and each of are
Miss Sheila McBurnett In 1 You you ,
'itiim\ Leroy Thomas presented the ([Thursday at 3 o'clockin Clay County (between Key hereby notified and required to '

I Jnrk'-omllle: over the veekend Class History while Dorothy the gymnasium. Speaker for stone Heights;\ and Mlddleburp,. present. .any claim and. demand 0 inretOTvnMnximA : Op n9AM.-12P.M.
,
:Miss Ann Motes of which you. or either of :you
; MAry Davis predicted The Future. the occasion will be Dr. William 6 miles north of Gold( Head may have. agalnHt the entate of "''' I _';00.... Friday and; Saturday 9 A.M. 2 A.M
rupi" Cnnnveral was Saturday Class Park Sunday LUCILM. SHAKFI&R MITCHBLUdeceaaed .,VMMM:
gifts were presented by Smith. professor of psychology Branch State ) on -
<>u I1 miylH visitor of her grand- late. of ald County, I- au...... ...... U'o&'V
Lillle Dell. and the Class Statistician / St .Petersburg Junior June 18, Fathers Day. to the County .iud. of Bradford -:a0.Ne.wI. SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON MOST 3 FIFTHS
mother. Mrs. Effie Miner. was Naomi Jenkins. College. The meeting: will begin with County; Florida: at tile. ;:
I They attended the commencement office In the court house of
services at OR QUARTS
The Valedictory Address was The following Seniors will morning worship Florida. ,
home protection at3ess of National Bedford For- said County at Stark.
given by Sylvester Franklin receive their diplomas: 11 am., followed 'by a basket within Mix l calendar. month from Better IIORMMI ........... Cex.
m cost with a i v'.t Senior Class of which who pointed out that education SR. CLASS ROSTER dinner at 1 p.m. The annual the time of the tint. publication 1200 8. Edgvwrood AT. 8 Ml.\ South of Starke on U. S.,301
WilM.mi' Howard Miner Jr. was of thin notice. Each claim or
Homeowners Policy. Is a never ending process Robert Leroy Aycox Business meeting at the organization demand Khali be In writing, and JackevU1.. JI1oI1da I420S

Contact me today! I a high honor graduate They and that this Senior Class Is Eugene Dewitt Blye Jr. will be held at 2 p.m.I hall. state the place of realdence!
visitrd' Mrs. Settle Miner and and office addre of the
connections and pout
the first Daniel All family ,
,.- only completing SylveHter Bright claimant. and shah be sworn to ---- -
Merrill H. i lII'ned Sunday. chapter He pointed out that Regina A. Byrd Interested friends are cordially by the claimant her aa-ent her
Weekend visitors of the the past Is only the prologue Mary Ann Chandler Invited. attorney and any inch. claimor Tune in June 10 and': 11 to the 10th Annual Buick Open.on NBC:.TV.
not o filed shall be ,
T Williams117N. demand -
Thomas V. Duck family were -A. J. Thomas
and graduation Is the springboard Sandra Chandler "..Id. .
!Mrs Duck's mother. Mrs. Vera to the future. Dorothy Davis Secretary.lTreasurerRAIFORU H/LUCILF! M. CREWS
1UCII/ !: MITfHELJ..CRBW8H : .
Brookins. and her brother-ln-
Special features of Class Jerry Davis Jr. EXECUTRIX >f the Lnt

L Walnut) St.Phone law. nd sister Mr. and Mrs. R. Night were the reading of the Linda Davis \PTISTS WIll and Testament of : '
I H Jones. all of Columbus. Ga. Last Will An- Testament and Lillle Marie Dell PLAN HOMECOMING LUCTLE deccaaed SHAFKUn. : HITCHJoJLI" : .. .

i Mrs. Henry Allen "nd fam- the announcement of the following Rosa Beatrice DeSue The First Baptist Church of First publication M"ltlS'hU:7: .I BuickBaigainDays:

il\ Mrs Arizona Allen, and Senior Superlatives: Henry Lemar Dommon Raiford will ,hold its annual .

? 964-5391 Mrs Idella Yates spent the Donley Homecoming Service on Sunday -
Best All Around-Jerry Davis Rogers
I weekend, with Mr and Mis. June 11.'There will be dinner T.V THE) CIRCUIT COITRT OF
Franklin ,
...".... and Naomi Jenkins. Sylvester PLOIUDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL :
STATE FARM & Jimmie Hewitt In St. Auffus- Most Popular- Eunene Blye David Lonnle Hamilton on the ground followed CIRCUIT IN AND FOIl BRAD-

sire and Casualty Company. tine. Edward William Hamilton by singing in the afternoon.All KURD COUNTS
..,....' and Franklin Lee Jackson. CASE NO. 88 :
Horn Office Btooaingto. ,I lObioIt( I Mi and Mrs. Ronny: Me- Most Athletic Jerry Davis FrankIe Lee Jackson former pastors and memo JAMUS: II. DBMMONS.

and Naomi Jenkins. Naomi Jenkins bers are invited to, Join the Plaintiff. .

I 'Most Accommodating Le- Valara Jenkins congregation ,for this annual -v.-- are here.

Don't Get Carried Away Brenda Joyce iCing observance.. The pastor Rev. :
Archie Kittles. Jr. Jack Stolte will 'bring thomorn.lng HAMMOND .
Clellan of Sylvanla. da.. were
William Lane. Jr. mesaage
weekend visitors of his parents -

Mr. and Mrs. I M. Mc- Levy McCloud ORGAN STUDIO
Jacqueline Evelyn Mitchell rN TUB COUNTY jtmoH'SrOI'HT
Clellan. and other relatives. IV ANn I KOR( i lIltAOKIW11 ; -
James Earl Morris r1u4IJanunond i
Auth
Robert Rosier vllsted his COUNTY. FI.OUIDA.! Factory
Mary Alice Mosley PRORATE NO ----- Otgm"
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
: Rosier. Sunday afternoon. Carolyn. Jane Myers BHTATW IN THIS OP\TTKR Ult:,UAN OP MAE TUB Solo A ServiceLeesui Now drive Buick bargain.

:Mr and Mrs. Leon Starling Gladys D. Odums HISIIOP. DBOHAHI4I fc> play the eaSy, -y ,
Louis B. Parks "NCM'ICH' TO tUfcUITOJUSAll : 110 N.> W. lM1a L's.GalisetsyRle .
FOR '
FREE ESTIMATE Mrs Luther Hilliard. and Mrs. having rlnlmn or
pvrioni
Velma Marie Peek Ctmttg
Lois Carter visited Mr. Starling's demand, "lfalnot the :Kutata of Shop-tor ,
CALL I Samuel Perkins Lillian Mao' umliop. Steve Star-
mother Mrs.
Willie Mae Powell are notlfloil to Clio micli dahlia, t ,

Florida Pest Control and ling. Sr. in Jacksonville. Sunday Johnny Lee Proctor .1 In lnclK the' for office Bradford of the County County, at .=. .-=.--- -- -T --r-----.. -:; ..-.-. :-: .--"' "L__ ::: .- :--::-::_-::_:-:::.-r==--..-=- ---- -- -- .----=-- ==.'=- .

Leon Thomas the Cnurttioiira. .at Stark. FlorIda -
Mrs. H H. Brlce. and Jr.. Within nix c-alonilar ,monthsrain I
daughter. Mrs. Wyman Harris. Leroy Thomas / the time. of the tint pub-

Chemical Co. ier and and Mr. and Bonnie Mrs.attended Marvin Ros-the Willie Andrew.B.Timmons Tyson will law.llrntlon become of thin void Notko according el lm.e they to AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY


wedding of Grady Rosier and Geraldine Wanton I Hach Halm. must oe In writ _

Miss Linda Brown In Jack- Bobby Williams Ing. nwiirn to by Ifce. CJahn..nt.h ,
Ceasar Williams ,. Harent or attorney, and filed
sonville on Friday evening. Curtis Williams within laid period .and must SALVAGE Farm and Industrial LADIES: 'WEARCherry's Office Equipment
I I70k The bridegroom Is the son of contain the place nf residenceand l AUTO
Serving Florida Sylvia Williams office addreHU of the
Mr. anj Mrs. Robert Rosier of.Jaclumnv1lle post Equipment Hancock Office
Since 1930 Early Young. Jr. Claimant, A copy of such claim .
,and of drllvprod to thPounty
grandson Education NonAcademic Hliall a 1o lie '

reedng &rvt'ce, tine. Mr and Mrs James Rosier Special-- Melvin. George Dor- Judge.ii/ .Kate W. Flnifflken.Kxeiutrlx BRASINGTONOADLI.LACOLDSMOB1 I Ii Gainesville' Moat Fashionable Equipment.SmithOoronaAUtbOilZed

I of I the Kntafof : i Santa Fe Tractor Address For Ladle
hereDennis jtcr : ,
-.r and Dannie Markumof Lillian Mae. Blntiop DRESSESSUITSCOATSMATERNITY ) -
MARY HELEN SUGGS 8-1 41 8-22 DealerCIeyVietorTotallia
Gainesville are visiting Inc. WE.ABACCESSORIES
WEDS ISAM PARKSMr. Inc.
.
their grandparents Mr. and SuaiHannounce In The' Tour* Of The Count 1
and Mrs. Norman
Mrs.\ Carolyn Cordially Mrs. Dan Starling, and other the approaching Juiltte.. llrudtav Couatr: Florid., BALES ft SERVICE: I FORD 7 W. University GalnuvmeMEN"S Adding Machine, OalculatorllSAIJESSERVICERENTALS
relatives this week. la I ral.... I I
Eaves marriage of their daughter In r.<.: Estate of DORA T<. Fine "rtolwtlon" of Used Oar* .
Welcomes Rudolph Prevatt of Man- HARKKR (formerly DORA L.J110N Trade Tractors .* Implements
Jf Mary Helen to Isam Parki.son Taken On Cadillac Farm" WEARL
Representative! assa. Va. spent the weekend M('.- $ ) D..d.To. .
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur All Creditor and Pernona Ford Industrial equipment SAVE( TIME DiactM, yon
Ph. 964-5812 with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wll- 2001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 441 .
You and Your Frank Park Sr. of Starke. Having Claim Or Demand USED EQUIPMENT & L Men's Shop
122 N. Bay St. kerson. AIIlLlnHt l Said I Kstato-: r requirement with lIS first.
Family to Your -
The ceremony will be performed You and each of you .are PhONE: 878-5301 SALES PART'SERVICJIS
end Mrs.
Sumter Harley -
Starke New Home 7:30: p. m. Saturday. June hereby notified and required to Florshelm ShoeePeao 518 N. Main !St.! GalnwivUIaPhone
Nell Harris of Philadelphia. of the bride's preiient any claim and demand PICK UP &: DElIVERY Phuna; Suit. 976-6551
Pa. are spending a few days 10 at the home which you. or either of you, 4488. N.Wr Sixth CXJneovffl)' Ladles Sports WearArrow
1215 Old Lawtey have aKulnnt. the estate of ,
The State of FloridaIt with Mr. and Mrs. Hubbarj parents.. T may>Ol A. L. PAIUCRR. formerly Phone 376269GARQEN Dress Shirt .
Road.A
Harley and family DORA L. MUNHON) deoeaiod. CRANEL1NCOLNMERCURT IS W. University. Gainesville
held following PAINT & (GLASS
will be .
reception at Stark,
of laid County
bite
Mr and Mrs. W. H. Richardson -
Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and the ceremony. All Florida within nil calendar SUPPLIES

To Acquaint You With Your City.If of Orange Park were visItors friends and relatives are invited month from the time of the Liddell Paint &
of Mr. and Mrs. Pierce flrnt publication of thin notice. MOBILE HOMES
to attend. Each claim or demand *)"iall. be Sale Service :
Crews on Wednesday of last In wrlUnn.. and shall etata the Authorized & Johnson& Fans Inc. V Gl O Co. r
you are new in the area, a phone week. SCHOOL NEWS plane of renldenre... and pot office MUSTANG.
Orade students will 606 E. University Gainesville
Mr. and Mrs. Walter demons First addren of the claimant

call will bring you a prompt visit temporarily of Starke register at RJE High School .and claimant Khali, bin he agent sworn liii to*by attorney the-I Phone 3724251Crane's Complete Line of Mobile Homes Inc. KTAN1ZK: PAINTS
Door-
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12 noon on Glass-Mirrors Sliding
were Sunday visitors of her from 8 a. m until anil any such claim or de- MEEDSPL4.NTSInaeetlckiesPet -

from your local hostess. Please Rive parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Monday. June 12: and from 1 .niHnrl., .lint. R no. MnrrlaALH1SR'r riled shall! be void: Imports SepieerERTUmRS OaIaem1le' Dtwoont Mobile Tub 'Eneloaurec-Shower Poor
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her a rail! She has and Jones. to 3:30: p. m. Tuesday June 13. : M.: MOUIirS', A* ..,..ocutor Home Sato Lot. -WlndowcAwntngCajpetWaJIpaiperStorefront
maps many (Meroede-Bens)
Volyo
are
Parents and guardians of the l.uiit Will .and Teatan.ent -
Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Jones Fnrcha discount on entire
with or IHM-.A U (MUNSON) 'W, Rent FertUize', Spreader Comultatton.MS .
to please cooperate
free and wonderful /gills!! for you spent Sunday in Jacksonville asked PA ii K ER! d.-ceaned FIAT-HILLMAJV 224 N.W. 8th A... chain guarantee huge savings. N."'. Sixteenth: St.
the registra-
from local 1 businesses. with their son and daughter- school officials in Firm publication. May 1*. 19B7
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. tion of your children. 6/18 4t 6/8 2201 N. Main Gainesville PRONE!: I7S-MTC NEW MOON -'CAPEIXAPAJCEMAKEB GAiNESVILLE!: 172-8191

Crews. HONOR STUDENTMiss Phone 372-4373 Gainesville, .,.
IV TFIB! CTRCCIT COURT OFTIIP
I Betty J. Crum a 1963 KIOHTH; JUDICIAL CIRCUIT V V Used Mobil Homes 'Low
graduate of RJE and a May OP KlORIDA IN AND: SEWING MACHINES
Priced. With credit
approved
I FOR jrnAnKOllD COUNTY.
1967 honor graduate of PralrU i Academy
JOHN FRANKMN WEAVER, Beauty GLASS'GAIN9VILLE low as $100 down.
I View A & M College Is home Plaintiff i National Sewing

with her family for tIn sum- Ta.LORETTA. ,,' 4820 TT.W. ISth St.,441 North
NORBECKWKAVEn
mer after completing a four Defendant. POWELL'S .
year college curriculum In NOTICE OP SUIT . .OalnesTlU 818-U4-, Machine Co., Inc.
TO: I/ORKTTA NORBECK!: CALL COLLECT
!\ I Texas.At WEAVER.! Beauty AcademyLearn GLASS INC. New Home Waff. Nelco.Universal .
We better of graduation. CO.
got a I the time Vo :MRH! FRANCES Machine
member of Alpha NORUECK Sewing
Betty was a
2831 C Street a Profession In Tour Service
Sale A
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"-.JVII&YTDING! m GUM"sim Motorcycles Scooters
Kapp Mu Honor Society Kap- : !
car... Spare Time. Full or Part Tim Nearly New Unit $5 monthly
I pa Omicrom Phi Home Econ- . VV Mirror .
Fronts -
omics Honorary Fraternity DAY & EVENING CLASSES CYCLERAMAMotorcycles Available
Budget Terms
with a Bank ; Delta Sigma Theta sorority. Window Sliding .GlassDoors

I I Inc.. and Who's Who Among Low Tuition Term : .. Tub Enclosures!: Ill W. UahnerUty.. Oalnevtll

AUTO LOAN Students in American Colleges N.W.-'lOth Ave. IMS| N. .B. Waldo R4. .S YAMAHA 78-1S55
Gainesville 878-X7M'
& Universities. She was also'
'o.i-vlDa B H WSALES
named "Most Studious Senior S7BW84University SERVICE

Girls of the Year" Miss Provisional TILES & PAINT

of the Army CONCRETE PRODUCTS ACCESSORIES
Battalion .
_ : 61S W. University. Gainesville
ROTC. and:! was Home Econ- Glass S7S-2811 FUNTKOTE TILE V

So many of our Auto omics Staff Award recipient INSIST THAT ALL TOUR Vinyl-Vinyl Asbestos, Asphalt.
and Magna Cum Laurie grad- & Glazing Co Inc. Floor :Finishing Products
Loan customers have acquired g ;,
uate of her class. Ask CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE MOVERS
a better make or q Beginning this fall. Betty CARPET

n model of car time and plans to work a year as a textile TIlE BEST FROMEdward' S S AUTO MIRRORS GLASS Long; Distance Moving WALLPAPERTenneyTile

again with the buyer in Baltimore Md. Charley + Local Drayage ,

money before pursuing her advance Building Tab Xnctoauren: Shower Storage Packing -prating & Paint

they saved by financing ., degree in Textile Chemistry at E.John&. Inc. Door Store Front Shipping

it with one of our better- V the University of Illinois. I Supply, FREE ESTIMATES CAIXHILL'S 2222 N.W. 8th St.

all-around bank Auto Miss Crum Is the daughter '726 S. MSIII3724&44GAINESVILLE 1319 8. Main' Gainesville Gainesville 373-1302

Loans. Finance '67 I of Mrs. Emma Crum and the '719931I MOVING

your late Rev C. A. Crum of Starke. FLA.
here too! About this & Storage Inc.
car ENGAGEMENT; question: I TRAVEL
IRON ORNAMENTAL
I Mr. and Mrs. Leo DeSue an- "It's good to know that :a 3340 tfJS. Waldo R4.

I nounce the engagement and Homeowner Policy will ELECTRIC MOTORS Gainesville 872-4271 House of Travel
aproachlng marriage of their pay ,

I daughter. Rosa. to Curtis full 'replacement value'on Ornamental .Irod

Henry Thomas, Sr. of Tampa. a residence loss. Does ELECTRIC MUSIC INC.

The wedding will be an the home owner lose this Steel Stair ..
Music Co.
FLORIDA I event of June 24 at Pleasant. full Lipham AIRLINES!
I loss protection if he Motor Repair Co. Fabrication It Erection: of
STEAMSHIP: !
Grove Methodist Church at 5 does not maintain his' Insurance Light Structural, Steel .GalnMVllIa Shopping Ctr.
R. R.
p. m. A reception will folow; to at least 80% of Of Gainesville, Inc. Miscellaneous Iron< 372-S3&3. ;

:_ ThTITirTThiOne ; :/ (; \ : at the home of the bride' value?" RepairingRewindingNew 110 N. W. 10th Avenue Hotel! Car KentaJn!

parents. and Used Steel Product. Co. AuthorizedBaldwin No Charge Fop Our Service)

All friends and;! relatives areinvited i Pianos &. Organ Weekdays 8::30 to 0:00
of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group to attend.CHURCH Charley E. Johns WORK GUARANTEEDPhone '
55 N.W.SSrd: Blvd.,Gainesville Guitar* Gibson Goya Sat. 9 to IS.

NEWS Agency Drums Ludwig Slingerland 8415V.., University Ave. '

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Antioch Baplst Church Rev I 131 1 S. Walnut St. 372-8318 aU- S81. Feuder Standard Amplifier* Gainesville 3781601FAOE

Thomas" pastor, will observe

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