Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 30, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Thomas -r5r :: -I New Auto Charles Sawyer )Y'-

Trial InspectionDelayed

Begins Upsets Holliday'I I

Wed.Trial equipment A delay will in keep receiving Brad-' For School Post

I ford County's proposedauto

of Mrs. Sue Witcher inspection station
from into
going operationby
"Thomas charged with

firrt degree murder in the \ .... .,".. "I" ... deadline the Saturday set under, June state 1, 3-T' Vote Here 50% Vote

March 14 pistol slaying of 'It .. ,' r
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I i her husband C. W. Thomas law.Civil
Defense Director Frank
I I of Lawtey begins next Williams in charge of inspection

Wednesday,.June" 5. station, said Wednesdayhe Small County Vote Despite
o Mrs. Thomas 30-year-old was Informed Tuesday that
? mother of two; pled not guilty the equipment will not be
and not guilty by reason of shipped until June 7 and that

self defense when arraigned in 21 days will be required for It Elects Bob Saunders
-Circuit Court. here Tuesdays .H.Hllolliday to reach Starke from Springfield WeatherThe
May 14. She is represented by
Ill The equipment is ,,. .
t. criminal attorney Sigsbee being purchased from the small counties of the -ry.
Sccuftgs of OainesvlU. Weaver Equipment Co. for 7th Senatorial District Charles Sawyer young
A Bradford grand Jury returned 4647. proved Tuesday that they Starke businessman:'\ received -

I. a true bill on Mrs. Williams said the Weaver can still elect a candidate, a 101-vote victory
Thomas May 14 at the opening
representative" had promisedthat all five giving their bless margin in Tuesday's Sec
of the Spring Term of Circuit the equipment would arrive ond Primary to win the
ing by large margins -
Court.She has been held In Brad- Concedes Congratulates( Sawyer Tuesday Night. In time 'to begin Inspections to Gainesville businessmanBob District 3 School Board
by June 1.
ford County Jail without ball The $17.000 pre-fab buildingto Saunders' in his decisive seat from incumbent Ar-

since the. claying. house the equipment Is not victory over incumbent thur N HoIIiday.
There are ID witnesses to be See Questionaire up yet either, but Williams Sen. J. Emory (Red) Sawyer 17 carried 11 of thecounty's
heard according to Circuit said inspections could begin Cross. precincts in polling
1,517 votes to Holliday'a 1,4.16.The .
Court Clerk Charles DarbY'sortlce. when the equipment arrives. Cross carried Alachua Coun-
The trial will probably Steel for the building being tyhome of both menby ,totals which Include the two absentee contestants ballots

go into two days.FHP'Rcports. put up by Trlest Construction some 1,000 votes, but all five split almost down the middle:

Responses Asked Co. of Keystone Heights arrived other counties in the district 28 for HolMday; 27 for Saw-
Tuesday and It shouldbe went for Saunders. Bob Saunderstop yer
completed shortly. Contractor Bradford gave Saunders a In ,the first primary Holll-
Ernest. Triest told the handsome three to one endorsement
position on May 7. day completing hale first;
3 Wrecks, County Commission when bids over the incumbent. Saunders used a fresh approach term on tha board won in
In Industry Bid were let at the May 1 meetinghe Saunders swept all 17 of the In advertising and 14 precincts and was high man

No InjuriesThree j i would do his best to get county's precincts for a total campaign speeches, making In a ''three-way race, with
the building up by June I, but of 2,108 votes to 760 for Cross. hay on the sidelines 'during 1,769 votes to 1,091 for Saw
,,' made no definite promise. Saunders likewise carried the First Primary while the yer, and 1,013 for W. E. Law-
automobileoccurred \acctients Responses- from prospective garment industry employees completed questloiialrea to the The building! will be large Dixie. Ollchrlst'\ Lafayette, other two contestantscross eon Sawyer !was a newcomer
Saturday,Ma v 25, on enough to house two inspection and Levy Counties by impressive to before thla
Bradford Development politico
Flr ldror 's rain\\ 'sltckened in this area are being urgently requested by the County and thrice-defeated Ed peck- county
there'wel1' In Starke-tJradford Chamber of Commerce in connection Authority P. O. Box 1116. lanes although equipmentfor' margins. The vote In Al battled!! each other. election.
highways<< but no Starke. Fla. 3201)1.) only one lane will be (Installed achua was 7,853 for Cross to The youthful Gainesville Bradford Countiams set another
'I, filed with an industry search being conducted this week in
juries'-and no charges at the beginning. l .Jpri'II-lp1der.!' .,,._.. .ualneasmaa-lMMl"the supportof good' veto. record: by turnIng -'
I. according to.tM Florid: Highway .Ngw 1 .I--'X'Of & ty.Chamber .* ,' ( i ---.""""'""" ':"" .VlftttldM's"saldTe"had'contacted *Sounders was I also-high man dedicated and untiring cam out over SO per cent strong
; yHer .lT: Manager t'ete' : -
-ht.JI; featte> No BaccalaureateServices 1 in of
FHP Capt. C. C. the First Primary but bya paignworkers who left no Tuesday spite downpour
But;.Trooper Carson Turllfitr vak phoned ,his 'Starke office It is necessary to have the Reynolds, chief Department of narrower margin.During the stone unturned to assure his during! the morning! hours, anda
ton wait kept busy' Saturday Tuesday morning and said the information within one to one Safety, as to the procedure to three week Interval between victory. Demonstrating the (ballot that contained) only
afternoon ashe. < investigatedall group is talking with several. and a half weeks Novak told Set follow since the inspection'here elections he made a strong- timeliness of their approach one county race. In the :May
three, accidents prospects-in thegarment Industry Mrs. Bishop. At least 150 applications will not be in operationby and evidently e.tfectlve--pltch big posters blanketed Che district 7 ''F4nst' Primary the county
The firsts occurred a half But, Novak told Mrs. are needed. the designated time. Williams to the small counties of the early Tuesday morning voted over 73 per cent of its
mile south of,Starke on U. S. Lllliari Bishop, his secretary Novak and three other local had received no reply district, crediting them in savin "Vote for Bob Saunders registered' [Strength.
-301 when a 4562 Pontiac any possible location of an Chamber members, Ernie Sunday NightBaccalaureate Wednesday. Uhank-you; messages with his TODAY!I" Falrrloth Favored

driven ''by Oeorgiai. Brennen Industry in Bradford County Patz, Buford :Mitchell, and ----- ----- In the Tuesday voting Brad
Haskell. 57, Bartow, skidded rests on the availability of Guy Andrews, all are in New ford County repeated Its First
during a rain 'and went out labor here. York City this week conductIng services for Primary endorsement of Attorney
of control. The( car traveled "It is vitally important," what is termed a "rifle !the 1968 Bradford High School General. !Karl. FalrcloUa
down the medlar'for 114 feet Novak told Mrs. Bishop for hunting" approach to obtain graduating class will be held for U. S. Senator but state-

before striking' two concrete. the Chamber to obtain responses new industry far this area. Sunday June 2, at 8 p. m. wide returns! apparently gave
post. to a questionable, found They are expected home in the high school auditorium. l + h ltPw the victory to Governor Le-
Damages/ to the right side elsewhere In this issue of The Thursday night, May 30, except Main address will be givenby ? roy Calling by a narrow mar8'ln. -
and of the Pontiac was Rev. L. S. Williams, pastorof .
rear Telegraph, to find out how for Novak who will remain -
estimated at $300. many perons here would desire to visit his parents in the Church of Christ on V Bradford gave Faircloth almost -

At 3:50: p.m. a 198 Pontiac. !. employment in a garment Newark, N. J. over the weekend "Three Essential Things to T rM > s sl a three to one vote over
driven by Albert, Bell Ashiwood industry if one should locate :!. Success and Happiness. IY Collins 2.0A7 to 742 including -
Jr., 37, Jacksonville, went out here The four Bradford men are Rev. V. J Rag'dale, pastorof t, r R x 5y' absentee ballots. Fair-
of control three miles southof the First Methodist Church cloth carried. all but two of the
Starke on U. S. 301 when participating in a 15 county will give the Invocation and county'a precincts.At .
the rlsrht rear tire deflated. effort from the northwest benediction The BHS band last report, with virtual-
Second Phase Florida Crown area Under the all of .the State'
The auto traveled on the med will play the traditional processional fly precincts
plan Florida Development heard from, Collins won the
feet before strikinga Clrcum-
ian for 140 "Pomp and*
palm tree with Its right side Vo-Tech Bids Commission! personnel Chamber 5anre.> ." and the recessional, Beat !by BOOne 3,300 votes.
executives, as well as businessmen Boyd A Winner
feet be- "
and skidded 60 more "Triumphal\ March.
fore coming to right upright. Way Too HighBids are paired In teams Graduation exercises for Bradford helped pick a statewide
to call qualified winner In Joe
Damages, were estimated at on prospects the 168 graduating seniors are favoring
$400 but the three occupants delevoped by the Development set for Friday June 7, at 3 p. Boyd, Hialeah attorney and
the of
on second phase Commission. chairman of the Dade County
were uninjured.At m. in the BHS auditorium.The .
1M6 Volkswagen the Bradford-Union Area Vo- Objective U to sell the gar- will be r---1 Commission! over Orange
6:30: p.m. a Welcome Address > '
cational Technical' Center .yrP l''. tr County Circuit Court Judge.
driven by Mark Van ment industry of the north given by class valedictorianPaul .
came in almost $40,000 over Richard Cooper for Justice of
Moore, 18. Orange Park. left east United States on Florida McLeod; the Farewell
the amount budgeted when the Supreme Court Group 1.
SR.-21 three miles south of Crown opportunities.This Address will be delivered by :
School Board
opened by the The Bradford vote was 1,490
Keystone Heights to avoid an- last Thursday May 23. is the second: in a series class salutatorlan- Beverly for Boyd to 827 for Cooper. On
other vehicle and turned over. All three were tabled by the of industry seeking trips McRae. the basis of incomplete ret.I.rM.Boyd ,
With a car approaching from Board while Supt. Tom Casey in which Bradford.:: County will Rev. Charles W. Reese, pastor won by 318,273 votes to
the opposite direction In the searches for additional funds:! cooperate. Represented in this of the First Christian Cooper's 263,280.Smathent .
wrong lane Moore ran to cover the Increased con trip this week are Alachua, Church! will give the invoca- Slate Wins
the VW onto the east shoulder struction costs. Baker. Duval, Putnam and tion and benediction.. Bradford voters were also on
for 112 feet before it overturned Low-bid was'submitted 'by Suwannee Counties, in addi- There will be three speakersat the winning side in favoringthe
on its right side, then came Drake Construction Co., Ocala tion to Bradford. the graduation exercises: Smathers (Favorite Son)
to rest upright. It was raining Persona who think they School Superintendent Thomas electors.
at $96,890 on the, S.OOO square slate of presidential
then too.Damage. Interested in work- L. Casey Rep Eugene P. itrtate polled
foot additional to the vo-tech might be Mr. Norman RetiresTo The Smathers
to the VW was esti- school on the old Conway/ Air ing in the garment industryare Shaw, and BHS Principle over 65: per cent of the vote
mated! at $250Action port. Supt. Casey said $58,000:>> requested to send their James L. Temple. here a total of<.986, to 320
had been budgeted for the Mrs.. Joan Chitty will sins for the Kelly late of uninstructed I
project the class song "The Impossible delegates and 315
Drake Is the contractor for Dream, Fishing GardeningBradford's for the pledged slate of Sen.
e Begins the new Bradford Middle: Woman Held Master of Ceremonies will Eugene McCarthy.

School now under construction be Class President Theron In statewide voting, the
adjacent to the vo-tech centeron Yawn. popular court"In appreciation of your courthoust took time to Bmathera!!: slate carried 60 of
Friday the airport site. For MurderA house custodian, Ed Norman 10 years of devoted service come by the party and bid Florida's 67 counties for a totalof
William< E. Cellar Co., Jack- REV. WM. R. CREWS 87. decided to retire last to :your fellow employee at "Ed" farewell. Ills son 229,784 votes. The McCarthy
In 4TH ANNUAL sonville; was a very close sec- RECEIVES DOCTOR OF week to spend come time the Bradford County Courthouse Herbert will assume. his dutlrn. slate was second with 143-
I ond at $96.967. only $77 off Starke woman, Erma Lee DIVINITY DEGREE fishing and gardening. and 'your unfailing 205: while the slate headed by
Drake's low bid. Brown Con- Allen, is being'held in Brad He Is shown above with good nature and:: willingness Mr Norman has bought a Scott Kelly ran third with
William R. IBobbylCrews
Slow Pitch struction Co., Gainesville, sub- ford County Jail under first Rev., son of the late Stafford Mn. Norman who ia about to help each ,,f us above and camper and said Friday his 124870.
mitted the third bid at $107.- degree murder charges L. and Murlie M. Crews, of to give the 10-year courthouse beyond the call of doty." first trip would be to Hone-! The Smathera date was endorsed -
SOFTBALL She was arraigned Monday veteran the first. bite Signed The Bradford shoe for a little flahing. iby the state. Democratic
New River graduated
462.The of the big cake at a party County Courthouse employlie Is only the second party organization and carried
addition to the vo-tech May 27 before Bradford County May 24. with the Doctor of c,,
\. courthouse official gave for ees. custodian to ever retire most of the big names/ in Florida -
center will provide three class- Judge Theron Yawn for Theology from Immanual College -
,; TournamentThis rooms and adjunct' facilities. the slaying of her husband him last Friday morning Every employee In the from the courthouse. Democratic politics, including
Atlanta, Ga. He was reads that of Bradford County
he holds :
The plaque }
Architect Don Morgan Samuel Allen 48, some timeOVM'
native Commissioner of -
among 35 others receiving Agriculture
thanked the three bidders last the weekend.
This Space Contributed Thursday but told them the Accoiding to reports Allen degrees at this time. Doyle. Conner.
The to to
bids far exceeded the amount shot Saturday night near Dr. Crews is pastor of the delegation pledged
Publicize was
Weekly to Rains Give Forest Service Needed RestThe vote for Sea George, Smathera
available for the project.He his home off North Grand Turner City Baptist Church,
the first ballot at the Chicago
on -
t Community Events by commented that building Street in Starke in the area and president of Grace Bible convention, but to. free to
The costs are rising steadily at west' of the Holiday Inn. He College & Seminary, both of rains came last week almost 'round damp. tower recorded 1.40 Inches and vote as It sees fit after that.
CommunityState the apparent rate of two per ran after the shooting and dally giving Florida For. "I'll tell you we really appreciated the Santa Fe tower 1.20 inches It' Is generally believed ,to favor .
Albany Ga. He is also speaker
Bank cent per month. was not seen alive again. est Service' tower men a long It." commented the making the county average Vice President Hubert Hum
In another action. the When his wife couldn't find on Bible Study Time heard awaited rest. Forest Service employee who 1.63 Inches. phrey as- Presidential nominee

Accounts now Insured board granted permission to him Sunday a search of the throughout the nation on more There were no fires reportedover weekly gives the Telegraph the There have been 121 fires after its first "favorite on"
up to 815,000 by William Clyatt director of the area surrounding the home than SO stations. the week of May 2027. rainfall and fire report. since Jan. 1 this year and vote for'Smathera.
Federal Deposit'1JuJur- Head Start project here, to was made and the body found. Dr. Crews U married to the Rainfall for Bradford averaged Lawtey. continued to get the 921.8 acres burned. There were Fast Count 4
schedule use of Southslde Ele- Investigating: officer is only 1.63 Inches but most rain with 2.30 inches only 88 fires over the name .Bradford County poll '
ans ,ftorp. mentary School thla summer Deputy Glenn Moore of the former Freda Green of Laiwt came often enough, especially reported at the Louis Hill period last year with 791.S era and ejection work.'C'C,

for that project. Bradford Sheriff Office t tey over the weekend, to keep the! tower there.! The New River acres burned. [Continued on Page Twol"I]

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Mr. and Mrs. Oran Parkerof I Miss Maria Moore of FSU Reception Given ered with an Imported Mrs. Wainwright Stargel Starke a daughter
Gainesville were visiting was home for the weekend. cloth with insert* of 'I Sawyer Wins Vicki Lynn May 25.
her parents, Rev. and Mrs. E. Miss Lillian Stump and For New .Rector Venice lace. The table : Entertains MYF Mr. and Mrs. James Andrew
P Mayton on Sunday.Mr. Mrs. A. 8 Harrison were In centered with an Vastlnak Keystone Heilghts a
and Mrs. J. L. Staab of Atlanta Ga on business over I At St. Marks.. of snapdragons and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright' outgoing Over HollidayContinued daughter Christina Marie,
--- _- Dunedin 'Tyere} visiting Rev. the weekend. They were accompanied The .ReVT*" \f J. Thomas* Staab a silver compote( flanked counselor for the senior- May 27.
and Mrs. J. Thomas Staab by Mr. Harrlsbn was l Instituted, silver candelabra with Methodist Youth Fellowship Mr and Mrs. Maurice Billy
as rector of St.
GLADYS MOOTY last week. I who attended the BravesNewYork Mark's'\Episcopal Church at On the mantel walt( an was hostess at a dinner party [ from Page One] Overstreet Starke a son.
Rev. and E. F. ment of gladioli, daylllles Sunday night for the groupat Richard Maurice May 27.
> Phone 964-7608 Mrs. Mayton Mets baseball series. 7:30 ptofclast Friday (Iby the another quick wrap-up Tues-
,7 visited Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Local admittances to Bradford Rt. Rev. E. Hamilton West daisies between ,two the Garden Restaurant. day night. Returns! /were In Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks
'-' Janes in Cocoa Sunday to. County Hospital this Bishop of Florida. Presiding at the silver The eleven guests attendingwere from all 'precincts and totaledby Watts Gainesville a son, May
: ;Mr, and Mrs. Robert Barks- Mr and Mrs Herbert Thomas Wednesday of last week. -Week Include: Mrs. Ada Ford, Other clergy attending were I fee service was :Mrs. R. seated at a long table the Supervisor of Electionsby 27.
dale are visiting Mr. and Mrs., and daughter. Kathleen I Susan Wiggins was visiting Melrose; Mrs Thelma Oorgli- Rev. and Ms'. Robert Burch MacBlain. Presiding at centered with an arrangement 9 pm.> two hours after the
"Richard C. Williams In ,JNevJlpt had as weekend guests at punch table where the of blue hydrangeas. .
her cousin, Janie Moyer in one. Keystone Heights; Seeber Rev. and Mrs. V. J. Ragsdaleand ] polls closed at 7.
Wednesday and their camp In the Scrub Miss Jacksonville: over the weekend Moody Sr., Lake Butler; Val Rev. Edward Kirby, all: punch bowl was circled I Mrs. Wainwright gave each The Republican !ballot, which SERVICE SCHEDULE!:
Thursday' Mava Lee Thomas and,;, MrsBerta Sean Flynn of Jacksonvillehas arle Randolph Lawtey; and:! of Starke; the Venerable Fred i a spring) garland, were of the students a booklet "De had no contest in the Second
!Mrs. Veinle Lockeler of Innis of Ocala. Dr and spent the past two weeks Mrs. Corene Broughton. Mrs Yerkes an Archdeacon of the William Carter, Mrs. and'I votlons! of Peter Marshall," Primary: drew only 11 COP -ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH
Stebthatchee. and Mrs. C. F. Mis Donald Chubb oj Winter with his grandparents Mr Malanar Hersey, Ruby Reams Diocese; Rev. Robert Clings i' Canova and Mrs. Pete and the class presented Mrs. voters in Bradford County out Sbarke.
.Douglas and children of Lake .Park, and James McNeely. and Mrs. L. C Adorns at Mrs. Shirley Ann Cogdlll man, and Rev. Miles O. Cooperof Also on the reception Walnwilght! with an engraved of some ICO registered here. Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m.
.City were Monday visitors of They celebrated Mr. Thomas': Bedford Lake. Mrs, Fordle Crews Mrs. Mary Jacksonville Rev. William tee /were Mrs. C. A. charm bracelet. The ballot contained only one Thursday Mass, 6:30: p. m.
"Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper. birthday on Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. One Wiggins .Duke and Mrs. Linda Adkins, Poppell of Melrose, Rev. Stan Mrs. Kenneth O rider i slate of non-pledged president. Miraculous Medal Novena:
,I, Jacksonville T O. Hitch, Milt. ial electors, which Included Saturday 7 p. m.
were visiting relatives In all of Starke. ley Greawley of Green CoveSprings Sheriff and Mrs P. D. Red-
I Davis and Mis. H. M. Gov. Claude 'Kirk as Its best- Confessions: 5 t>. m. and 7
on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk and Rev William
Make Someone Happy for i I Mr. and Mrs. Larry M. Stoner -:' and Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Jon( of Keystone Heights. Sr. dish.Mr.. and Mrs. Tony Cowart. known name. p. m.

of Ocala and Miss Rose Paulk of Lake City flew to Following the service. Bishop of Starke announce the birthof -ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH.
Heller of Clearwater were Atlanta over the weekend to and Mrs. West, the Rev. and Recent Births a son, Richard Wayne, on Keystone Heights.
Graduation i with Bulova From weekend guests of Mr. and attend the Atlanta Braves. I Mrs. Staab and !his "parents, May 20 in Alachua General Starke Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. m.
a I Mrs George W. Brown. The New York Mets baseball ser Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Staab of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lloyd
Browns also had as Sunday Dunedin, were honored at a dish of the State Farm Kelly of Gainesville announcethe and o:00Wednesday: a. m.
WilliAMS JEWELRY guests Mr. and Mrs. Curtis ies.Mr.. and Mrs. S. M, Simmonsof reception in the Parish' House. nounce the birth of a SPI4 San and Francisco' Mrs. Paul Calif Mooreof an- birth of a daughter' on : Mass and No-
Welcoming at the door Maria May 28 In Alachua General vena, 7 p. m.
McMillan anal: Mr. and Mrs Richmond. Va, and Fort guests ter. Ruth on May nounce the birth of a son Panl
were Mrs. .Cjp L. Beaoley and Alachua General Hospital. Grandparents are
of Jacksonville.
Charles Crum Lauderdale:: visited their aunt. -ST. MARY'S CHURCH.
Rodney May 17. Grandparents,
last Mrs. Clyde TerwHlegar.! Grandparents are Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M.
Andrews was .
I Mrs. Guy Mrs Bertha Pearce. several Mr.and Mrs. Joe SherrlU and Uacclenrur.
The Schmitt and Mr. and Mrs. J.
irk luncheon guest of serving table was cov- Mrs. A B. Whitehead ,
LEADING LADY 'E'' Friday days last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Moore of R. Kelly of Starke. Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m.
,3 ,J Trim and tiny with ej7n Ir Mrs. Francis Meyers in Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Ben Frederickof
graceful advanced Yakima Wash and Mr.
: ctylrni 21 Jewell /
Yellow, 01 wnil 7r r Mrs. C D. Williams returned and Mrs. William O Cooper
c /as as / Saturday from three weeks Sr, of Look Out Mountain,

..M'. visit with Mr and Mrs. Bill Tenns. spent the past week i M' ; Bits DAYS
I Clark In Eau Gallie. with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hix- fRIDAY..9
'J Mr and Mrs. E. E. Cellonof STARTS
ab o awe,, Plant City were sundlaYI) on.Mrs.. C. A. Sanborn of Lake VALUES 1M OURilimWilll1111
I and Monday visitors .
,. Worth' Is visiting her son-in-
Annie Hollingsworth.. law. and daughter, Mr. and OUTSTANDING
Mrs. Edna Hutchinson has Mrs.: Harry Mooty. Of
moved to St. Cloud to be near Mrs. John W. Griffin of
her son-in-law and daughter.Mr. Ochlochnee. Oa. spent Satur-
and Mrs. N. S. Dankel. day to Wednesday with her Ii

,; I I4s Ir who reside there. mother Mrs. F. F. Stump.Mr. I I
r Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Deas and Mrs. W. F. Swlnyer \
o and Mrs. L. B. Deas of Mayo of Keystone Heights were
II'' rllAbp 'i1 and Mrs. Irene Johns of Green Sunday evening dinner guestsof

1 Cove Springs were Monday Mr. and Mis. W. H. Noll- _
'Ii/ ..
dl / In kirrtR"T" L. D.
'0 handsome11Iewel. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. man.
1 //1, .watch, ,Waterproof"Selfwinding. Green. Or. and Mrs. H. O. Bollinger
4 resistant Luminous.Shock., Cpl. Wlllard W. Wynn of and daughter' Marilyn attended -
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I '_., Yellow sssssWILLIAMS or white, Fort Benning Ga. was visiting the graduation of their Purchase *
his parents Mr. and Mrs Sensational
daughter, Mary, from William
.up: Willard Wynn over the weekend Carey College Hattle&burg. MISSES BULKY

.... ., Miss on Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. L.M.Herurand Mary and the Bolllnger's oth Tops

of Daytona Beach were weekend er daughter, Martha who also SWEATERS Stretch
guests of her mother attends William Carey returned -
JEWELRY Mrs. Henry O'Hara. with their parents and
,'Mr. an* M-s.! Vernon Red- will go back to summer
dish and family were guestsof school on June 3. Also visiting Jamalcas
1: 144 W. Call St. Phone 961-7064 Mr. and Mrs. Mansell Ayer the Bollingers this week are or
Bt. cant.* f" T ovo last Wed- Jan ani 'Deanna Douglas of

0 : nesday to Saturday.tongrahIations68 Oulfport, Miss.
-.. .- I Tina Gene, Dawn and our rage REGULAR $1.99 EA.C .

Laura Mathews of Gainesville $347 t OUR

I | / Graduates spent the weekend with their $4,99 *

grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. two
Oarl Mathews. 1 any I )
Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton Miss

EXCLUSIVE AT DENMARK'Sgraduation Madge Middleton and their oose from 3 styles> of cardigans and! a for only .
I houseguest, Mrs. MargueriteCorn pullover turtienack./ Beautifully, mad of
f of Lakeland, spent last 100% M-bullc Orion Acrylic: that,it completely ..
1J Thursday at Fernandlna) washable and retains its shape. 1 l.. _'- 1

1 tkti Beach. Cardigan I In channel, Jewel and club I collar; .yloo In ro.CII fuh t tk
; Mrs. M'. W. Lance has returned -' itvlei.I Pullover hal back zipper.I Panting t / lOPSI 100'd.lc styles.Beck k
to her home at 1110 I r sleeveless
I' selection of colors, sues 34-42 'in group. full turtleneck 5-M-L.SNORtSs .
Pratt street. Her .daughter! ,. or Many colors.
i Mrs. Billy Burbank Jr. of zippers.

memorable FernandIna Beach, Is visitingher 4 75 f
will be a
ri one when you give a Sweetheart Chest Air this and week.Mrs. Marc Jackson Per D Po t pylon ae1 on

i were In Gainesville over the I PAN1Y eo side Sanforized ,
rI I by Lane f fShe'll weekend. Their daughter, Melissa MODE stband, Many colors. Sues /
stayed with her grand- BON, : and washable.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. HSI 818.
I Smith, In Williston. i NYLONS "
need one. Because
'Mr. and Mrs. Tom Long and
I a lot of things son. Trey of Memphis, Tenn., -

=IA. t a can happen between Dave Long! of FSU and !MIss I oar red* 97Cb'

I I graduation and the Karen Eubanks and Terry Eu-, eg'44

time she gets married. banks of Chatahoohee spent C 151.31 ,
the weekend with Col. and I
a- s. Things like traveling,
Mrs. T. T. Long. Karen and 'O-meJt knit.
v / tat ass B. more school pinning, Dave remained: until Thurs s.le.- 'fly, trots'P'.mi ellsti w.I.t- xv,.

engagement, showers. sellin, hose\ I'I'r,IcroReinforced fEMin9.h Newedg"er
day.Mr. Our e.t g run bend smoeth -
Things that bring in and Mrs. Ronald Eaves or", plaIt! Seamless 5--TIII." '
I. colon. .
i presents, and more and son of Gainesville were d s. 3 sheds\ ""e I'
presents. And a Lane Sunday evening visitors of Mr. ,

t cedar chest (is the perfect and Mrs. Jack Eave.i. .. y a, Isef

place to store Mrs. C. L. Cooper and rl
# them in fragrant safe daughter, Bonnie visited Mr. BIG GIRLS 2P1ECEJamaica SPORT SHIRTBONANZA v af Je
and Mrs. Ernest Lord in Old
r keeping under lock
D Town last Thursday afternoon -

and key. Ii j jt j jMM. J Sets r
y ? Mr. and Mrs. Pat Thorntonwere
fi weekend (guests of Mr. -

and Mrs. W. H. McHugh. In plus matching belt I

Jacksonville.Mr. Hundreds to choose from! .
and Mrs. R. A. Colson ?
A grtal' value' 100% washablesoften
attended the funeral of (Mrs. bloute and shorts. Print 00 ,
Hattie Williams in New Port sleeveless' blouse with convertible i 'I OUR REGULAR $3.99 ea.

'k Richey on Friday. ) .:ater pan collar. MatchIng .. f
: Cheryl Hebert' of Tallahassee soplid complete'
i : I color shorts have- side .
was a weekend. visitor of ilpper and reversible belt Many $
"S Vicki Barksdale. colors. sizes 7-'N. S1.59 nlua 7
Mrs. C. L. Cooper was last
.5 .-- S 2 for
-- Friday overnight guest of Mr. -
(i, a and Mrs. Vernle Lockeler In JsHI: l :

Stelnhatchee.Dr. E 'sioct K( .O r
J. E. Denmark attendedthe 'E !'STIR5 "
Til '
: your picll lvy regular
Florida State Dental 5PpT
con- PRES5 ;
-pERMA collars: knit, Banlons..in mod turHeneclu/ button
vention last on Sunday to Wednesday 1&! : ; downs, r..ds.nd layered i look "',". Most arc parmaprats. -

..:.""*.-v*.-- .Mr.of and Mrs week. Jack Eaves \ ;99 rh YOUR! CHOICE' S/ Conn sa. th* greatest selection avert N.wttcolors
tM &; "1 ., sires 5-XL Hurry for best leUctlonl{ l
your choice had as guests last week Mrs. O\lf\ "Fe wide hacks flt.U the POP" 3f.iifJ. :
L. C. Early and brother C. 4 .s' felocle.: from."und redsr .
.1' Contemporary walnut veneered S to7tdy Tat pink ruGsr
I Ls. your .. .
.w R. Rader of Atom Ill, Mrs .._ ." S
a, ,, ,, ); chest 4020-50 ,d., .h"_ .
w .. L. C.Standard of West Frank" eotlbne or. ,, '"
american chest EVERY
-.- ? or furt. Ill. and M'. and Mrs. H. MENS $1.99MOCCASINS
hardwood A-
rr c veneers, I C. Rader. and Eugene Rader ,
t frsns+l- rw'"' w maple finish, #403282. of Peotla, 111. They all attended LADIES SOFT SOLE

i Cherry finish, #403240. I the funeral of a brother v Dress Shirt
4a Mahogany finish, #4032- Earl Rader. last Thursday In A

'$ ...r 8179.95 Jacksonville. ,
S > Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Jr. was w ,/ ;f '
..<1" (1 visiting Mr. Chasteen! In Belle :" on sale $
1.-- '''''
C : A. #4024-13 Walrtut VeneerD.. #'4029-53 Pecan Veneer, F. 4042-83' !Pecan Veneer, Glade on Sunday to Wednes 188 r .: :;. 3 !
base drawer, moldedI ,day of last. week.: c
..4! "base> drawer 99-95 molded styrene ornamen- ". 2 for
tation 119.95 styrene ornamentation Mr. and Mrs R. A. White- J L'
j|0. #4027-35 Bone & Cold on 169.93 head of Brooksvllle were week. ,Insole T r<, "r ,
Hardwood Veneer,self- E. #4013-77 Walnut Veneer, 'f # $ .99 '" .I
end (guests of Mr. and Mrs. and knit ft if .;i:> .:
C. #4044-77 Walnut Veneer, .
4 rising tray. Same design casters, vinyl upholstered WHITECULii1S STRIPES
99.93 Russ Eberle. lined. Beaded trim.White _: valuoCuifiloneJ I -
with Veneer 139.95 \ .1 '
_i #4027-31 Cherry 99.9S top 1-.10. .1 1 Nylon> tricot I shortcolon lies v., regular collar .tyl'. In whit.' t
Also select hardwood solids : and stripes..or 77% cotton. -23/ polyestern '
"I I ....C.. #..0. -51 Cherry Veneer, FlUNG CABIN' 1'S. !Type- whit ,,. t .- Siies 141'.."| .
\ base drawer, molded writer Stands! Desk*. Chain lA ...,o..r,1"m
\:. styrene ornamentation DENMARK Safes., Bradford County "
.i. "t119.9.. ... Telegraph.TYPEWRITERS. Bal oxfords with h duck cushioned 1
uppers '
"" > .... arch and ....... W.'J. CLOUD 9 ORLON CREW SOCKS
i 1.--:: -1\\" a. ,.. White, black and
... Colors All sizes Our best selling 7e mans err*. 75%
i ., FURNITURE COMPANY : Manual or $1.49 values 99c oHon-2S/ stretch nylon. Many colors.. 3 for $2

Electric. For sale or rent. ._, Fits 10-13.
434 VV. Call St. Bradford County Telegraph

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MAY SO. .1068 ftKADTOBD yOPNTT Titl lKIRAPIIC BTAiUnB. rr..oam S Section One Pace Thre

I E. J. Dowlings .ADK. Installation

Honored Sunday (. Held SaturdayThe

On AnniversaryMr. annual luncheon meet-

ing of Alpha Gamma Chapterof
and Mrs Earnest Jack-
Alpha Delta Kappa sororitywas
son Dowling Sr. celebrated
GLADYS MOOTY held Saturday. May 18, in
their 50th wedding/ anniversary -
Phone 964-7608 the Pecan Room of the Garden I
Sunday with a luncheon
Restaurant.The .
in their honor given by their
following officers
daughter, Mrs. Gene Long, were
Installed at this time by the
and their daughterInlaw,
outgoing president Mrs. Fate
+4.y1r Mrs. Billy Dowling, at the
Brown: President Mrs. Ruth
Pecan Room of the Garden
Frazier: Vice President: Mrs.
Marilyn Roberts Treasurer.
I ;
The Dowlings were marriedon
Mrs. Ernestine McRae Re-
; -
May 25. 1918 in Waldo. F)1 4 i
cording Secretary Mrs. Lucile
Both are natives of Bardford
Brown Corresponding( : Secretary
; -
County and have lived In
Mrs. Evelyn Sinclair, .
Starke since 1926. ', %
.. __ ____ ____ Historian Mrs. WiLma Garrison ,
The luncheon table was ------ --- --- --- -- -- --- m n .
I I rain
centered. with an arrangementof I Newly Installed officer of the Junior president) Mrs. Bobby Sapp! president; Mrs.Woman's ; Sergeant-at-Arms Miss s

yellow roses and white Club ((1-r') are: }Mrs Larry MrAlllBtWayne Whlffen, 2nd wits' prrsldi-nt, and 1 Morgan-, Betty Laurie Kilgore Mullins: ChaplaIns and Mrs. Ruth Mrs Wli ter-Shemer ,
t 4'I carnations. Golden etched ;er, secretary; Mrs. Kenneth Fuquu,l t..vice" Mrs. Gin KOJM-IOIINO., treasurer Cavannaugh Reynolds These officers will
( I place cards marked the seat Engagement TolcJ .
I Engagement ToldMr. serve for a term of two years.
hJ r ing arrangement for the 14 Junior Woman's Club Installs New OfficersAt '
I Luncheon arrangements
and Mrs. Robert Kt
guests. At one end on the table
was a beautiful two-tiered Annual Banquet Saturday Night and Mrs\ Claude A In charge of Mrs Evelyn Sin- Wt eeleJ.of Lawtey, announce
of Starke and Mrs.
Morgan ,
clair Mrs. Essie Crosby and .
tll ''I' engagement of thein
Golden Wedding Anniversarycake Lorene Morgan, of Law t e \ |V)
decorated with pastel Members of the Junior,I members of the Honor Court:i Mrs. Alban E. Brooke of announce the engagement( of y Mrs. Willie Mae Denton. daughter, Fannie Mae, to Ml

yellow and white roses. Inter- Woman's Club held their an-, Mrs;: Bill .Chambers Mrs. Leroy -'I Jacksonville, newly elected their daughter, Patricia Anne, chael Paul Shemer son o

spersed with golden leaves. nual May banquet and Installation -. Norman Jr.. Mrs. Wayne' District Four Junior Director. to Edwin C. Cavannaugh, III, Matthews Home Mr. and Mrs. Joel Shemer, o:

u r+s Joining in the celebrationwas of officers. last Saturday Whiffen, and Mrs. Harold. Installed the following new son of Mr. and Mrs Edwin C. Scene Of LuncheonFor Jacksonville.The .

their daughter, Mrs. Gene night at the club house. Ood/wln.: / Discs were also pre-' officers: Mrs. Bobby Sapp. Covanno.ug'h, II, of Jackson bride-elect graduates
Long Mr. Long and daughter Arrangements of white glad- sented to the following club, president; Mrs. Kenneth Fu- ville. Marian Green from Bradford High Schoo

Helen Jane. Mrs. Billy Dowl- bolt and yellow pompoms were officers, who automatically qua, 1st vice president; Mrs The bride-elect will graduatefrom and is now ern"loved at Duva

ing. son, Billy and daughters. used in decorating the audi- become members of the court: Wayne Whiffen, 2nd vice pre- Bradford County High Mrs. E. L Matthews and Motors in Jacksonville. *

Nancy and Marian. Mrs. Neta' torium.A Mrs. Eugene Tanner, Mrs. J.. sident; Mrs. Larry McAllister School In June. Mrs. John Miller entertained. Mr. Shemer graduated frond

Dowling Dyal, Mrs. Eugene C. highlight of the eveningwas '\ C. Dukes, Mrs. Bobby Sapp. secretary; and Mrs. Gus Kop- The bridegroom ds a grad- at a luncheon Wednesday at Terry Parker High School In)

Long and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford the presentation by Mrs. Mrs. Bob Ferguson, and Mrs., elousos; treasurer Mrs. Mar- uate of 1St. Johns (River< Junior their home on AdkIns Street Jacksonville. and attended]

L Currie and daughter J. C. Dukes, awards chairman, Gus Kopelousos.The ilyn Roberts, senior sponsor College and will attend FSU honoring Miss Marian Green. Daytona Junior College. He to

Janice, of Lake City. of silver discs to the following most coveted award was unable to attend. In Tallahassee this fall. bride-elect. employed ':y the U. S. Govern}

The Dowlings have twin members earning a hundred Clubwoman of the Year, whichis Mrs Eugene Tanner, outgo- Wedding: plank will be an- The dining table was centered ment. i
daughters Mrs. Gene Long of points in certain categories of voted on by secret ballot at ing president:! presided at the nounced later with an arrangement of A late. August wedding:! I

Starke, and Mrs. Bob Lee of club work making them the last,regular meeting, was banquet and introduced spec- white hydrangeas and Easter planned.

Wilton. Conn; one son Earn- ------ presented to Mrs. Bobby Sapp ial guests. lilies in a silver bowl. Bridal
_. ______ _
n.L for the occasion. The refresh-
-- - cards marked the seating -
est J. Dowllng Jr. of Wilmington. place THE BRADFORDCOUNTY'fELEGRAP
Dela. and 15 grandchildren. Winkler Home ment table in the dining room arrangement for the ten
Shower Given Kitchen Shower
Scene Of Coffee was covered with a white cut- guests who Included the moth-

For Mrs. JacksonAt Given ForMarian work cloth and centered within ers of the bride and bride- Published every ThursdayAt

Garden Club For Mrs. Staab arrangement of pink and groom-elect Mrs Robert Green 138 W. CaU. St.,
Andrews Home Green white carnations and: Fuji and Mrs. II C. Douglas of Stance. Fla. 32091
Installs OfficersThe Mrs. George Winkler enter mums In a silver bowl. Biooker
tained at a "coffee" last Sat-' Mrs. Tom Jackson was honored .Miss Marian Gret'n, June' 15 One game was played during The ,honoree was given a Second class postage paid.

I 1 __ 1 Starke Garden Club urday morning at her home in at a baby shower Tues- bride-elect of Eddie Douglas, the party hours and a piece of her chosen silver pattern at Starke, Fla;
held its regular meeting Mon- Green Acres honoring Mrs. J. day night of last weeks given was complimented at a kitchen prize awarded to the winner amementu of the oc-- I Subscription RatM:

Shelia Lynn McBurnett Weds day night with a covered dish Thomas Staab and her mother- Vive by Mrs. Charles. Schmltt. shower Wednesday night of Among: ( the 23 guests were rnslonKEUASR( an.
ChurchMiss supper at the lake home of In-law, Mrs. J. !L. Staab, of Mrs. David Montgomery, :M1's.I last week given by Mrs. Harold Mrs. Robert Oreen. mother of In trade area: $t..OO pel'year
In Allandale : six month
Robert, Starling Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. Dunedin. I Robert Paterson, and, Mrs. Godwin and Mrs. Eve the' honoree and Mrs' H C : ': TYPEWRITER ; $229

Nichols officiated. New officers were installedby Arrangements of "spring' Guy Andrews at the home of Baldwin at the home of the Doutrlas. of Brooker, mother PAPER: Mimen Paper, Bond Outside trails area: $' .M
Sheila Lynn McBur-i, D. I flowers were used In the ,party the latter. latter on East Call Street Notebook .'ml'rI.-!
Mrs. A. Russell Norman of the bridegroomelect.The Paper per year; U. O six month
nett daughter of Mr. and Mrs.1C. The bride wore a gown of club president.A I rooms. The serving: table was Spring flowers were used In Arrangements of FuJI mums honoree received an Bradford County Telegraph.

E. McBurnett, was marriedto silk organza with brocade lace letter of appreciation was, covered with a white damask decorating. The refreshmenttable iceberg pompoms( and pinks p'pctilc' carving knife from LABEL MAKERS, from 1 B. (U :Matthews, editor and
Robert Glen starUng, son I and pearl-seeded bodice. Her cloth and centered with a silver In the dining room wa carnations. publisher i|
I highlighted
received from the State Federation points her hostesses as a remem- $!a.95- Bradford County Tele-
of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starlingof attached to peail- bowl) holding and
veil snapdragons
was a : covered with white.QuMorkcloth .
for participation of|' a, ( of interest In the party looms brance of the.occasion. anlb. Ph. 964-6305. .
Lawtey, on May 18 at 8 p. seeded crown and: she carried the Starke club In the Cork- daisies Mrs. R E.1<: MacBlalnand and centered with a cut -- I
m. in the Allandale Baptist a cascade of white carnations. Mrs. T. O. Ritch presidedat glass! bowl holding variegated
A. llles-of-the-valley.! and rosebuds screw Swamp Park project. the sliver coffee urn and .
Jacksonville. Rev.
Church carnations sweetheart
to help l : '
The club also voted
centered with a white Mrs. C. B. Terwlllegar and Mrs. in
rotes. Pink tapers .crystal
the City in Its clean-up and
orchid. Kenneth rider served iced coffee Diamond
holder flanked the center-
THE SOIITHSIDE Miss Patte McBurnett, sister beautification program. from .a. silver !punch Ibawl. piece. The cake at one end of Bllllillgtoll'sSTUDIO s
Also assisting In serving were
of the bride, was maid of the, table was encircled with
Green Reunion Mrs. William Carter, Mira. .JohnF
honor. Miss Gwen Starling a pink: tulle ruffle.- and
Invites YOU
Mitchell, and Mrs Joe Gh sy'.
.- sister of the groom, was Honors CoupleMiss around It .were miniature
Both of the honorees received .
To Hear bridesmaid .pieces Of baby furniture.. qi 1'lONE! 1.7271
gardenia corsages" as they ar-
Mike Waters was best man. Marian Green and Eddie : '- The hostesses .presented the .
Douglas honored at rived.Mrs. honoree with'a diaper bag. .A j43r
THE GOSPEL and the ushers were Daryl were Winkler> < greeted guestsat '
Bradley and Paul Singletary. a family reunion and covered .the door and presented themto and pink' carnation. corsage as \

OF.CHRIs3- ::3. Following a +-wedding trip dish supper Saturday night; at Mm. Staab Jr. and Mr a. memento of the 'occasion. : f j; i\ '
I the couple will reside in Jack- the Nelson Green home. Staab Sr.Fifty Other gifts were -presented to k<" \! .. ",,'
8:30 Sunday Morning:' 'sonville. The 58 guests enjoying this guests were Invited! to, her in' a.wblte ruffled. bas LOSE'i1 k '. '
occasion Included the parentsof call between the hours of 10( sinet. "C' I t '...,3r ...,., ;- .
WPXE Radio ';'_.Dial. I, 1490 UDC Luncheon the couple, Mr. and Mrs. and 12 o'clock. Thirty guests were invitedto .'
Robert Green and Mr. and attend between the hours x /111% I v,111t';,: I

Worship Service'Sunday l'. The W T. Weeks chapter Mrs. H. C. Douglas of Brooker Miss Blankenship 7:30: and.9:30: : ( o'clock.. I tea
11:00 A M. and other relatives. I :
UDC will have its annual cov- tt
ered dish luncheon and Instal- ComplimentedAt Sharon HarrellIs IIVV1 '

Bible Study Sunday lation of officers on Wednes- Altar Society Bridal ShowerMiss Honor'Gust i -

day, June 5, at 12 noon, at 1
1ft A.M. and 7 P.M.
the home of Mrs. F. B. Beardon St. Edwards Altar Society I Marie Blankenship. At Shower (I'I OUT I
3 'MI. South )n US 301 Kingsley Lake. will meet Wednesday June 5, bride-elect of June 15, w as I .;" .

at 1:30: p. m. in the Parish honored at a miscellaneous!:I {Miss Sharon Harrell,. bride-
Hall. I elect of Amos Betitke, washonored
shower last Friday night, giv ,
en by Mrs. Eddie Akrldge, with A. lovely bridal

Mrs. Tommy Hugglm and shower on Tuesday:Brooker evening, Yes -- We're Closing Out All D iamond Wedding Sets Just In
Mrs. Billy Hodge at the homeof May 14, at the Com-
+. I the latter In Pine Bree2B munity Center''given by '(Mrs. Time For
Graduation and June Brides
r subdivision. A. B. 'Adams. 'Mrs, Tommy _

Cox, Mrs. Bobby Dyal, Mrs.
Arrangements of day lilies
Enerst Edwards Mrs. G. E.
"t. I and roses were used In decor-
Green, 'Mrs. 'J. C. Harrell,
ating. The punch table was Mrs. Henry Harrell., Mrs. W. $32'50up
centered with a crystal punchbowl
H. Hayes, and Mrs. C. J. Stal-
VUR encircled with greenery. naker.Ayellow.and. gtr HALF PRICE

I Games party were hours played and duringthe prizes white color -

scheme was used in the
: were won by Mrs. OUn,White party,, decorations. Refreshments AT
and Mrs. Ed Prevatt.
were served to the ap-
I The 'hostesses presented the profclmately 50 guests who included -

honoree with an electric of .:
grandmothers --
= =
-- --- ===: --
I steam and dry iron as a me- the; bridal couple-Mrs.Eva Her -

mento of the occasion. rell' and Mrs. Harry Eddy. I. Remember! The Best Comes from Bullington's

," Corsages_ were presented_to
I /Mavtons HonoredAt thei;bride-elect; her mother,

Series Mrs. Hazel Williams: and to Black and White -
Party .
the": mother of 'the future GRADUATION PORTRAITS TonesNatur ; LivingvColor

Rev. and Mrs. E. I*..Maytonof brl. 8fn"oom..Mrs.' Fred Beutke. Frames Albums
... I the State Farm. ,, (whowlfl 'THe hostesses! presented the
move to Gainesville! upon Mr., )honoree with a'five-piece setting ,

I Mayton's retirement' 'June of 'stainless steel Revere HALLMARK GRADUATION CARDS

10, have been honored :with! Wale a*.a memento of the..occasion. :

several partlete On the past .'

.' .' week. ; The:wedding" .will' be an Camera Department Jewelry Department Ladies Values to $7.50

Mr. and 'Mra. C.. S. Ha'ddoc event of Saturday June 'U; at
8 : WALLETS;V$2.95;
ptm1ftlrd! up
gave a dinner party'ferr'' ttvftMaytona Brooker'Baptls '. ':
last Wed1'lItlldJa.y..nlght .Cnurcjj with, a reception l.. LADIES Mens '+":3r-.

at their home on Stafford Road towing; in the Brooker' Com- WALLETS, $3.95
Diamond Necklace up
On Saturday Rev.'and "Mtt: : muntty; : Center! Air- friends 9.95 "
and. relatives Invited Jo Any Ladies or* 'Gents Wallets
Mayton were .honored at'"A .; .are up
luncheon* at. the Holiday! Into! attend. From 5.00'Personalized: in
of for and Mrs' J. T. Gold FREE! "
We're proud our grads given by Rev. I .

Thompklns of TaMahote Her.. OE>+S:Chapter I 1-3 Special Discount <
making that first beg step toward and Mrs Norman Redding 'of

Starke, and Rev. and :Mrs..(.*.J. Welcomes; WGM BIBLES $ .95
success. May we advise that you re Kaiser of Lake City.: FANCY RINGS $5.50 up up

ward them with the gift that grows On Wednesday morning/ of Worthy Grand Matron of MOVIE CAMERAS CULTURED (PEARJS $9.97 up $10.00 and up Personalized in
the Grant: Chapter of Florida.,
Dome Diamond Gold FREE!
this week the Woman's Club King $9.95 up ,
Lola Kent, made her official
a Saving Account with us\ for of the State Farm grave a"coftee" Visit to Starke Chapter. 224: INSTAMATIC Gents Diamond)
for Mrs. Mayton at ONYX RINGS; $13.30 up JEWELRY
OE3 at
college or career. ._ the Community Club House a special meeting on MENS
May 22.There. POLAROID
was a good attendance 1 Croup Whitney & Davis: '

WCTU Meets I at the banquet held in TIE TACS $1.50 up

Members of ,the WCTU met Iron'her.', honor Restaurant.at the After Branding the Flash Outfit $7.95 JEWELRY 1/2 Price I. D. Bracelets $4.50 up

Grads! Wednesday, May 22 at the
Congratulations 68 home of the president. Mra.Charles dinner, everyone met at the up Cuff Sets $3.50 up
chapter room for a courtesy PIERCED EARRINGS
Oehrigr, at Park-of-the- -
program followed by a social
a R'Y I I !hour. The Worthy Grand Ma- Buy Where You Get Unlimited CROWN CTR-3000
The State President Mitt. :M.
tron was presented with a Instructions PLUS DOUBLE: 1.00

the Maloney State, of Educational Winter Park Director, and, beautiful corsage In her colorsof (GUARANTEE! up TAPE RECORDERS

; and Loan shier,-aqua; and pink.,
i ; Mm .
;moo Mrs. Springer., of Penney Numerous visitors from

Farms, were guests of. the other 'chapters In the district TIMEX Reg. $49.95
I WATCHES-$9.95up
Union at .this time. i
added/td the !'pleasure of the Now Only $3995BULLINGTON'S
An Invitation Is extended to '
\V all interested person!? to Join .
218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000 the organization. Meetings will -

be suspended until next,"fail:;' : LABEL MAKERS, .tram STUDIO & GIFT SHOP Gift Headquarters.I1U -
.1Ar1IV! 'ec S9. sBi:: radf6rd County Tele-

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.. Jinn 1- Paeg- Four nUAIf"OItU cmrNTT TKI-KOKAPII.: : STARKIQ. FLORIDA. TIItmST>AY, MAY 30. IDS*

FREEMAN REGISTER III that Dlanna C. Daniel hue lied

I TO GET DEGREE a a complaint divorce In aftulnttt the Circuit you seeking Courtof .. "
Annual Spring Grid Game Set Friday Night Florida, Eighth: Judicial Circuit < > '
Freeman Register IH of ..In and for Bradford, County J"" !;1' >

? Starke will be among 153 Biiid. suit being styled anabove. <. .

candidates for graduation who You are hereby, l t'
required to .
I xr BHS!, head football coach fence etc. I Buby as outstanding player In t will receive their degrees dur- anrve, your answer or other :k'i'

David Hurst!!' has announced: a In last Friday's first intra- practice this week and said I an offer o fa track scholarshipfrom t ing June 2 commencement exercises pleading. William' tu. aald It. Complaint.! upon 212Sulhexat .

change In the 'isual Varsity squad battle the "whites" led there had been "significant Florida Junior College. at Athens College Flrxt Street Uurwell tlulneHvllle. -

V$; Senior sv .IK football game by number one quarterback Improvement" In the 210 Ib Jacksonville. Ala. .. 'Iorlollon or" before June. r
Athens 2H, 111(18( ,
set for tomorrow night. Bill Bclote( scored a 13-0 win center's offensive play. file and same.ImmedlutflV' with the thereafter Clerkof rI

.AJJ: most Tornado fv.is cart over the "reds., I Other players cited fotheIL' Assistance ST. MARK'S Wltncas the .ljo styled tlonorable: court.' Judges t r 7

remember there Just -weren't- The scrappy signal caller Improvement were: Tommy EPISCOPAL of the, above styled court! and..
Very many seniors on.the !'BHS ,'!cored! both TD's himself, on Blackshear: Dale Johns: Dean Payments Tnld CHURCH .the .seal! of said. court on this 3D
Holy Eucharist- 2nd 4th day or May 1008.SIOAI. .
squad.last season-not enough!; runs of 2 and 50 yards. Johns: Tim Murphy; Tom ( .)
to field either an offensive\ \ or "Red" fullback Gene Melvin I Crawford; Tom Ellend; Wayne ;Financial assistance total- and 5th Sundays.. a. m. '.h...."... A, Darby. Clcik. .. uf tin. .

'defensive unit-so the' annual racked up impressive yardage, Bennett: QIC; Nichols; Buddy ing $44,799 has been provided Church School Each Sun Circuit ty Court, of Uradford, Coun j

Spring Game will feature a but a rash of penalties put the Truwlrk. : Join: Torode and 1,315 persons in Bradford. :: day 9:45: a. m. By rictihih M. Moody \
stops to (several good, drives County during; the month of Holy Eucharist 1st and Deputy Clerk, I
'regulation -time intra -squad Butch Orlgss.
t trJ \
3rd 0/110 4t 6.20
contest. between the "reds'i by the losers. May by the Florida. Department Sundays; Morning Prayer -
Tomorrow night's game will nY' 2nd and -1th Sundays; Lit- 1 l I
Also for the victorious of Public Welfare ,1If
and "whites. impressive begin at 7admlsslon: ,) Is $1 In The Ircult Court Wf '
any and 1'b.I I
'"' Ante-Communion 5th ..
lOlKlilh \7\
< "white" unit was full- Juilli-liil I ( lri Welfare checks to 231,033
This will be accomplished for adults and! 50 cents for .
; Sunday 11 r'lurl.ln
; a. m. In Anil Fur .
rlliaw"'fr I Hrnilfuril'
who display ,
back Willy Cohens &aiPenoyer .e"'tiA
aged and nandlcappcd persons c.'olln"
,by dividing the forty-Jive; .man students. <'Is II Action
squad into two "equal"1'teams a dazzling running !game. statewide totaled $6.935.510'with '' (.n.. :Ao. 310 At Graduation Time there is no

based, on. 'size previous,-'"exp.<," Cohns yards on powered one carry for nearly-only 40 to I 491 and the the stale remaining paying $5.526-$1.409- Wins FIRST BAPTIST ST.IRKESundaySunday' CHURCH His J John l1rVlr.nty! P. Simpson iKHlit-l,John, K F Mr.: Simpson illiiipaon::Indivi:: ,, Gift Like a Watch and no Watch

uiiann Eighth UF Grant I Aa her, Next Friend.' Plaintiffs. I
fumble the pigskin when grab- 027 Housing
was paid by matching -va- Fay I.. 8chot: School
bed by the last remaining Federal funds. Al* Defendants.. .
Diosel I tackier. 9:45: 'A.m. Morning: Worship () : OF SUIT No Place Like
'. smoking. .? Hurse reported that Cohens In Statewide Grants were made within ntlS senior. David Penoyer,i,11, a,tn. Youth Choir Practice, Florida In 4'he Nntne Of The Stale. Of
the following areas: old age Him. ) of Air. and Mrx. David 4:3d p.m. Youth Choir :
Supper, 1 I .
in Hchoenemann
I' was slightly injured prac- assistance aid to families with P<*n"}' *r Sr. of Morgan Road, &:'iS! p,m. TralnJng Union, 5005 Tolm Terrace.. Madlaon WILLIAMS JEWELRYTO
tice this week and have
may AVlHconiln
notified lie lm' :
dependent children aid to the was Monday 6,15. WMU: Prayer
to sit out Friday's game. Decathon Test Circle You are hereby notified. that t
4 ,1-e I blind and aid to the perman- won a Cooperative' Living 1 1 7/.15.; Evening Worship 7:30.: a suit In the above named BUY IT!

: Other standouts for the ently and totally disabled.In House scholarship from the I (Monday against
I I "white" team were: Charles addition to 'Welfare University of Florida. 7:30: p.m. WMU business' Florida< Rank at Starke.you wherein a Flor. w
Smith at tackle Soottie Smithat Plen Gnnnn star hurdler ida banking. Largest Selection
: also He received recognition/\ for meeting: 7:30: p.m.TuesdayCircle. corporation ; First
checks many recipients I 1.,1.1
NI tackle [he'll see action Fri- and captain of Bradford benefit from medical services winning the college/\ grant fit .( 1 meets at Hiicliitlon.. .MavlnKH lit Starke and. l Lean Guaranty... As- ;t k Ever!
day at defensive end] ; Jim Highs School's track team the BUS awards assembly church 9 ,30 a.m.Wednesday1 '.d"rlll Savings. and, Loan. Anaoelation 1'
purchased for them the
,: Temple at tight end: Tex Pat- has proven, himself one of the Department. Hospltallatlon by !Monday, May 27. -Prayer Meeting: Federal SavlnffH of tlnlnesvllle' and Lioan, AMMOCtatlon First ,x,
.Chevron Diesel Fuels burn rick: at tight end and Ronnie' state's best prep athletes by 7:30: p.m. Church Choir Prac cif OalneavlllH, and Fidelity -* t Y
clean increase injector life; Orlggs at running back. I \virtue of his eighth place fin and prescribed medicine services tice. 8:30.: Federal.. 8avltiKH and Loan

." triple fuel filter life. In for ish at the' Florida::' State Decathlon go to recipients of aid COMMODITIESDISTRIBUTED! p dulv AHHOclullim chartered of JackHonvllle. each.
Turning under the
a good game lawn
in the four catagories above. .
of the Ignited YOUR
May 17-18 at Ft. Lau- States and doing
STANDARD the "red" side were guards Nursing home Is HERB, hiiHlnoHH In .
derdale. care purch- EVERGREEN BAPTIST j Florida are alHfi
: OIL Ralph Morgan and Steve ased for the aged the blind I SETS HOMECOMING! unit defendants la.. to ; the nature. or said CHOICE
Crawford: split-end Donnie Competing against 60 track and the disabled.. More than 1,200 persona In of Attorney cancel and each Will the which Power
Call Your Standard Oil Elder: tackle Joe Green: middle stars from high schools of all Bradford County received Evergreen Baptist i Church obtained from Isabel" F. Slnip-you

: MAN IN STARKE guard Christy Chandler: sizes( the BUS senior compiled I commodities with a wholesale will\ hold its annual Homecoming lion ground In of April confidential I'JliU upon. the. *
K. G. DUNCAN running back Adraln Brown: 4015 points in ten events MASONIC NOTICEOF value of $7,244.55 during on Sunday June 2, with and exercise by you of undue In 3995 ,

r 961-5132 quarterback Mike Norman which Included the pole vault DEGREESThe April, according! to the Florida dinner on the grounds at 1 I 'ground fluence I and thnt Isabel upon F.the further.:

.; [may also seeoction Friday at high l Jump broad jumP. shot Department o-f- Public Weltare. p.m. There will ibe special singing was; sick and mentally and Simpson phy
discus Sublime Degree of Mast-! In Hif illv I I Incapacitated: diH-
put the
Buddy throw 100 yd afternoon for -
defensive endl and featuring:
'Standard 011 Company(pnc.In,, )Ky) In Union County. 426 per- covery, production of .
dash, 220 yd dash 660 cr Mason will be conferred at I I the Golden Gate Trio of Jack easels and
Trawick at safety. yd. tu
.. I ) sons received, commodities valued -. 'ictiuire an airountinic l h v you ,
Hurse named junior Bill dash, 70 yd high hurdles, and Pine Hill Lodge No.9. F. & at ('sonvllle. Everyone welcome. of. nil mo-nlta and property. received S \ ,

S,. .- the 129 yd low hurdles. A. M. at 8 p.m. Tuesday June $2,369.30.Included ,Coma and bring your singers. Power. by of you Attorney by. virtue of such dCONCtaTO
and to
4. The degree team from the on the list of foods ntilre. full reatltutlon. re-
to entabllBh
R'I Gnann's highest finish ; -
cameIn Bradford '''Lodge No. 35 F. & were dry beans, butter cheese, DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH the Individual .rights of I I1
the two hurdle events, each of
plaintiffs Individually In
i 5'i where he placed fourth. A. M.: will confer .the degree. cornmeal, flour, lard margarine BROOKER JOUIL aivuiinlr 01 plulntlffa. Ineurh
they, All members of both lodges are geld hank and savlnKR. and i Ii
wag clocked at 94 in urged to attend I canned chopped meat Sunday School 19 a. m. loan. aaaotlatlona.. ; to "riquirethe
} i4 hIghs' and 13,2 in the lows. .return bv you of the IIIIMH
] I Morning "Aa" .
rice ,
Special Bradford Lodge will confer I dry milk, peanut butter Worship 11 a m. book governing" earl of such U ,
Claslo dealan
A stellar performer on both I I Training Union 8:30: p. m. joint aucounta, and to enjoin ,
Vitro ,
swab. Yellow
rolled oats, rolled wheat grlts from, ,. or i
you acting under and Horn
Tornado the Fell owe raft Degree at Evening '
grid and track Service, :30. Rev. asserting. 3a.qIIa
any rights Under said
squads Gnann has received] p.m. Friday night, June 7. 81 raisins and split peas. Lacy Conway pastor.oriti Will and Power of Attorney I
1 ; t9 EVENT 1 and to enjoin each of mild/ naItiHTS \'- I
and loan assoclationn. frompaying
T ; out .any monies to you. a/A/ "A1"
Tj --- or. to your order. from aucounta the rua e wNeA, '
:\ ': op !soul! : any ., t
i I Nutlcu Is hereby given tliat. I with proceeds whl..ly uf<<>u the eHtabllnhed uumluH.. of Yeuow.
I eRljloua
: 1t 'H = |pursuant l''firecluMUr. tu a entered Final., 1 Decree In ('au,of,,, the ,plaintiffs. find to Impressand ] "
.J.Jf1 iiumhtiKMl" lift, In the Circuit enforce a lien upon HUfhucuounta s

.: I II Iir Com*.1 will of Bradford sell the ,property County, FlorIda ultuated -- and to require In favor.. the of restitution plaint t If CM.
of the tttatuH quo tin of. April 1 13.
in .
<< Bradford County Flor .. ,
11 rtS, and fur a permtnul' judgment -
ida described u'":
H GURubiI TinNK. uuurtrr, of the S13 ( JiKtiin and fur,,you IOHM for.uf any Interest deficiency .... ,
< '
Uuurter/ ut the \W IJuurler/ of -
court (rust and othi" i .
I Mutt lull tU. Tou-nuhl|) (U.i Houtli. .
for other .
appropriate relief .
Kuiitfu 24 "Until, Hiji'urti" Cuuu) .
find you. Fny L. Nrhnenenulnn -
ty Klorldu Ht ,
publli Mule to
'.... each the highest at the and UiiBt bust d laa'l bidder, uf for ordered, are and( hereby required suinntunrl to fileyitur \ 1 "'f Vii' ;1, s sfy
: .
':. !! i-dUfiforil". County CuutthoiiHu InHturke ,, writen answer. or dvfenHeft ,'! it '
,4,4l11 to tho Complaint filed. herein ,
"' Florida between 11:00it.
against In the above entitled
you YOUR
and "
ni. 2.00: June15th
p. n) un ,
J 1U8S.SCAL. mum''IJnt\\" office of L the I
SA ,] Clerk ;of : ;rult Court at ,- CHOICE
( ) ..
Stark Florida, on or hefurrthe
_ CnarleH .A. Darby 25th: dory of June, A D ,
ClerK I I'IrruIt I Court
Rats. it ({"II. AttuincyHrf lots and to Nerve a copy of au'hanswer
/ 7 JJimt.. Wtruca. of Iffenat'H upon+ The run $
\, Yawn ,
and HoHiw V Knlivht 1L
... Jiickaonvlllu, a. KloiiUa', $4995lUDINI +
sa ..., .... plaintiff attorneys. herein,
:/ sssssSensationally -.... ....... \ It 5/30 \\ luiKf. ndrlrovH IH I*. O. DrawerF \ m x1r
.... ... .
...... ..... ...... KlHlith In..r'I'lio. .. Bradford Circuit.luillrlnl. Court. (Ircull.t'uuu.' of fr'litrlil In lilt AnilK I MM laws Id Rtiirke.] (lute of Plurltla as Florida required and, on the or hv Florida before the I r G1>..

I ItnlvH+ i'T' rivll rrot-ednrp" If
'iAe Radon. CMNe !ns.Iiunnc .
rr .
I tI A (r. Jiunlol, Plaintiff, va von. fall to will do so he a Default.liidHTtnent entered I ii
Donald I A. UHtili-l. Di-fendant. .
IfI nfrfttnHt you for the relief de
( I I deluKe I / SKI Donald A, mnn : Daniel
priced Thlf* Older and XntU-p shall be
.., '. I I I I I I N I'ild--3 lang. Bat Hd''
llennln You will take notireIn
| a duly qualifiedniMVH
t |1''H|per ptibllnhed, In BradfordCounty. ,
The Circuit olirt Of The Florida. .
full featured I I Zenith I Console I II II lOluhlli: JuillclHl Court of l-'liirlilK. ,r..nnt'"| chrulatlnii and having In mild.. a
.. I I I '.n nil friii llrlli.-ord t'ounI7 County
i I ( .... %<.. :821Edward nit"...ft ,IMhand, n* (Clerk l of LADY"ID"
.. : II. Crews" Plaintiff Raid. Circuit Court, and the seal. '-
Boluty In watch
Vtt :Kvelvn': II Cie\\H( Defendant.NOTI'h <.f .nlH. (ouit.. at I Strke, Florida" "
; : OF SUIT 2Iattri/.YellowW
""'h day.. of May 11! SC'iMfleH ;.
TO: Kvt-ljn: H. CrewnI1. (SEAL) $".'-
'Ili e'CLIHf
O. Box 868Wada.
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a I \ l>arbrAM
.NcHUi (Carolina 2.:1"5: !
flerk Of Tincitiult I'mirtOf
<< Yuu art hereby nut 10vd thai
Bradford. County. Flnridn5no "e
an action for divorce haM been for the outdoor man. '
/I filed against and. it R211GLASS *. a
"' ke you you aieteiiulred 17 lew.le| ttfpioof
; I to curve\ copy of your I Siif-wlmllng, Luminous,
written d..r..nM"M.. If any, to It White.Graduation.
<< tin rcugeni: F, liaw., Attornev, I
9If for. PIHln.lfr.'h""e addreHH la.
143 Went Call. Street, Starhe.Florida ,
.., and file* the original. .
with the Clerk I nf I the ..h\'e FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors
IfIf .styled Court on. or I before Juno
21. 10rt8 ; otherwlae u judgment
may be entered against. you for
UP TO the relief ,demanded In the Complaint I

I' Wltneat or Petition.my hand and, the .seal FOR EVERY PURPOSE
of Bald. Court on 15th;; May, j Gift Headquarters
$ ( :
1: $200Trade CJiai'lert.. A. Durhy.

It's Time For Aa Clerk Of Said Court 5/23 4t 6-13 CO. I I WILLIAMS JEWELRY

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I Slow/ Pitch Tourney Pitch sponsored Starke Park Softball. annually Se Tournament Recreation by the Athletes Honored At All-Sports BanquetBasketball BIAS Sem.r.) Scholarships JI'lolldf-.Davld Florida -State Penoyer.Rita Teaching Eton !. g--. ,r

Department.First Stephery..VPade "% %#
action,will see Starke's Award Winners U. S. Naval Academi..ip-
baseball, track .
Action Set Friday --- --- ---
Garden Restaurant team take and golf:! athletes: of Bradford pointment Theron Yawn
on University City Florists of) I Florida Junior College
"y r
High! School: l were honored' las' t"
A dozen! top-notch Softball day and Sunday May 31 and Oilhesvllle at 7 p. m. Friday. Thursday:! fright May 23, al : Are Honored I Jacksonville basketbalV'flcHo-.
St. :Augustine! will meet Or- -a larsh.loBrLlce\ Jackson. ':it
I team. Including' two from I June 1-2. In the Fouurth An- the annual All-Sports sprlnj t I
Jrtohd: Beaton' at 8:30: 1>. m. Frl-] Georgia Tech football-'acholarshipAndy -
f. ? ,
Starke will: vie Friday, Satur nual Starke Invitational Slow } banquet in the BH9 cafetorJum. $ t .
day. Leerbvir will play Noe- Mayton. ,
Top Bradford:! High School
Bel's Auto Sales at 10 p. m., seniors Rotary Arlon Award to the
Most valuable team memfee: winning 1968 currlcu-
and Melbourne will play ati McLeod ''lum outstanding: bang:!. student selected -
awards went to Paul awards at the annual
I Perry at 11:30: p. m. Friday to: I Wqte" Awards : by the band studente-
WORLD'S basketball Wi'bur ,
; Assembly Monday
complete: the first round:!, of)! baseball and Plen Onann May 27, are: Kathy Frees.
Play. Eleventh grade awards
Savannah. Oa.. TUUsvUle) track. lc ,,. Humanities certlr1cates- Speech certificate
McLeod took home the mos t 1 / Diane Brown, Rita Meng Lillian -
Sanford and West Point Qa.( Crawford..
ELECTRIC ) trophies by wr.vsp'.iu. up, fjui ] Richards, and Ellsa
will the respective win-! Debate certificate
pay Judy
basketball awards. Accordlnj kila.
In at 9 \ Bill Belote.
ADDING 14 z r i ners games starting to season long statistics hi Student Government Whitehead
a m. arid iO:30 m. Saturdaybn
: a .
had the best shooting percentage tificates Gary Hamilton
MACHINE tWo fields. Only the lighted ,
best foul shot percentage Randy Jones Ellsa Reklla,
West Sid* Park will be used
and the most assists. That t k Theron Yawn, David Penoyer Aim
ZIHit1uw. Mill at night. made him a virtual shoo-in( Richard' Williams, and Danny ', ) MACHINE BOLLS.
Play will continue all day File Folders, complete: Un .(office ) -
valuable Waller.
for the most ca re
and 11 supplier The Telegraph.
Saturday through p.
award. McLeod is also an All Social Studies medals -
m. Saturday night In '"PIa'964-6305.< "L
games ..
sy Florida' Star Conference performer Harold Bowen Stephen=' Wade. ,
the double elimination tourn-
In both basketball and American History Award -
,. ament. Carries will
; ; eball. Paul by .
bA MLeod; presented
be playe!:, at 1H intervals Don't B.. /
Big Bruce Jackson who has '.he Woodmen: of the World.

Play will resume Sunday at signed' a cage scholarship, with n ..hnll award winners rccrMiiK trophies w.'rIr( ): Dun Griffin Charles smith, "il- Art medals' -Gloria Gibson,]I "

1 the' p.final m. at three West games.Side Park A final for) North Florida Junior CollegeIn ut the" All-Sports Banquet. Thursday. night bur \Valprn, and Paul MrLeod.becxflne ''llustrative art; Theron Yawn, DECEIVED :i:
Jacksonville, received the vo:>dcarvlnfl. I .
become _._ :::.
4:30: game Sunday may -- --- -
sportsmanship! award in bas- known as ''Mason's' Art certificates Sheryl,, JJy Advertised Price
in the event I a
ketball. Mets. "Jerkman, Beverly McRae and
the losers bracket wins the Total cost of <)x>ntnutrM I
i b Basketball awards were pre- Just one track award Is'' atrlc'a(!' Hitchcock ', what yon actrialljr Getf
2:30: game sented by retiring cage Coach ma.de each sia{ "on to: the player Fi- Mathematics medals Paul the ICKAt. FACTS pay.before*
Three of the top four teamsin
the last year's tourney are Warney Adkinson who led his his te.immatt-s think the McLeod, Sh! r"n Tatum. i you IlIJeII. Our payments ani
-1w Tornadoes to the district finals moft valuable participant' and Science medals Stephen from $8 to $15 per monad!

returning Ortnond: defending Beach, third champion place In two of his three seasonsat that went to Captain Plenn ; -1 rt "SmUh.Sharon Tatum. ]I IEnl'll.h Ire, ,. with the! come dovnj,
BHS. Ills 67-68 squad had Qualm. Coach David Hurse medals Patricia pnymont and number ]
Tltusville, and fourth place a resooctable 16-9 record. made. the award for Coach ." 'Iltchrock, Paul McLeod. months to pity.' S" per' c'Of
THE INDESCRIbABLE Unitrex M3listse100htotals Garden Restaurant of the Athletic Director David George'!, Loyer; who was hos- wr r f rr' Pren-h certificate Lillian hank financing No
The top three teams cllIUgtlH. Ton top tneanufae.,
retiring cage'
Hurse laude? the!!
pitalized. I "
1.1C'ha1'ds .
will receive team trophies ur. rn represented
Creditubalancegfastp(1 0 tourney BHSto ::
11. roach, who will remain In his first season at Bradford
and Individual' trophies: j Band metilMUre JacksonMusic | !:
standard, keyboard, light even teach mathematics, for High Loper's team had if
eycles/mtn.) will be presented the players Meal-Debbie!: \ 1/iven-j: LOW'
touch, slz8-no larger than a telephone, weighs lust "giving us the finest basket- 10-1) record in dual and. trl- 1 .
well motor bar, roll enclosed for of the championship and run-I hurt 1 In Bradford 'er, outstanding lea-iiprshlo In: OVERHEAD .1
8'/2 Ibs., -placed paper ball we've meets" was runner-up in the! .
>+>rfti! music and BHS Glee
Included. A teams.
true portability handsome carrying case ner-up County in years." 'l'trU't and the First Annual I .
sensational., quality-built portable machine for ;years of Junior VarsIty' Coa"h Mike HH3 Jm'lta' tluna\\. Over the' liib.Poeech, I Doe It! !
trouble service. TERMS AVAILABLE' whose 67-68 team .1 certlfVnt,, Greg,
Sexton >ei.s'm: ) 18 m-houl[ records were .
RUBBER STAMPS and averaged 40 points and:! 30 rebounds broken or tied. 1 i 4 M"arez.' Linda Patterson:! and"b''J1rkson. I The Owners .Ii:

Bradford County Telegraph I Fads.! Bradford County Tele- per name, will tak" Conch[ Mike Sexton Introduced '' Dad an1rlJr d- =

graph. Ph 96<1-6305. over the varsity chores next his Ko'f Wamohlch\ Debit'' certificates-Harold I Drive The Trucks.
season. had a 1-6 record: in what the 1o\ven Paul McLeod, Dan : .
Baseball mentor Chuck l Mason "oiu-h termed: a "rebuilding"vear. 1 riffle: Ran' v Jones, PatsY I ALL SIZES ONDISPLAY ,

lauded catcher' Wllbu- It Is (lie st'coni, year the' ''''I t""'!o"k, Judy Whitehead. :
.....;. .; ,,1 I "hustling all the I "..."s.. 8 10.12 WIDES i
CLASS OF 68 Wateis for Tornadoes' ):! have had a golf I v Crosby.: I
time" He also presented team mid Sexton predicted)| Spanish certificate Elaine V/t BATHS '

awards to outfielder Dan better days ahead If the Irrxwn.T.ei AND EXI'AND LESi]
Graduation ; Griffis for the best fielding .F...nnoj golfers continue to de-I <1e>">hlp award Patricia
i Happy DayWe're percentage. T arry Mw '>r and velop. Triu-k! l and, bll /...tIulJ aware ulnmrsvcre (1-r( ): Plen4iiinnn "litchcock.Certiorate. I LAKE GENEVA!
r Charles Smith In a tie for the .1l1e banquet was sponsoied I truce. Jackson and. Paul Md-i-od. \ of Merit for DIs-
most runs 'toUtej,;! In, and t by the QuarterbacK Club.\ 'ni"lsv'p'1! s holarshln', from
> Proud of You --- And Paul McLeod for the team's Charles Johns acted as master ium. Johns! also Introduced the Cbrief:>ac'1 David: Ht 1 rse. In a *.,. Flnr'-'ii Board of Regents I MOBILE I NOME!

Wish You Much Success! top batting average: at .347. of ceremonies:! for the group ]Incoming Quarterback Club talk said that Bradford:! -PII":! TMoLe1.:\ I
.4t. : Mason said his 5-9 team has that almost, filled the cafetor-i J i liters: : John C, Stephens' HlKh; has the "finest athletl; Soni'hp'Ti: S''oar" "lp St Re-I
: president; Willie Qrlgus. vice- facilities of any Class A or AA ar"h Ponn: "atlon. Inc Hous- SALES

president Merritt, He thanks !P3hoar; hlps for Florida,
Select Your ; Loretta school In state" -t : !
) One mile S.E. Keystone!
FHP To Enforce Law Requiring secretary and Ralph Merrlbt the penple f-ii- ilielr interrs1 "tnte: Universltv Garv J'hm-I[
treasurer. Nick Crosby, received' In building! the nMiletli- program on. Hirold Bowen, and Paul' Heights on Route ;

For CyclistsMrs. an award for selling the awl 1 Ih-'t "we owe you rcLeod.C'noeritle,. OPEN SUNDAYS i
Helmets, Goggles I I most memberships. I Ii a greet de*)Jt." I I I-l'/'n' House: I' Phone 473-4320 =
i I ;cholar' !J'> at University or.
ARRDUAboNGrTFree The Florida Highway Patrol Addison i iWilfrvJ i I -- _.H_'_'__ __
is steppingup .
i has announced it I I i
enforcement of the State Croft

Law requiring motorcyclists to. Wm In Union"''' -, \ _.. -.I. ";11_ -tt .,'y/w, ." -- -4...Milk., .. -..-........ ... .. t' 4
wear helmets and eye protec- : .'i i
o"\\\ '
i < "?
tion. ,, .
Gift FreeWrapping Addison won
Mrs. Josephine .
Since the passage of the over Incumbent: Union County I .
KOCH'SSee Delivery law in 1967 and the adoptionof [I| ...-," <->,,"--.t-ir Helen W. Dukes !

specifications for the pro in Tuesday's Second Primary. 1 :

tective equipment: the Patrol' '.l ne vote was 753 to 667 giving I i iI
Our of Gifts You'll
Array Give With Pride
has allowed an educational Mrs.: Addison a victory

period for cyclists. I margin of) 86 [not including; I

FOR 'i Colonel H N. Klrkman. Di. absentees! I II

rector of) fie Department ol 1 In the race for Tax As.ws-
Public Safety said "We feel l sor Union County voters gave I :
HIM & HER I .. .
that the educational period::!1 the nod to: Wllford Croft who a w .v.OW.vWw-v "-Y .u I
I, to allow polled 761 votes to 643 for his
has been long enough

I motorcycle riders to learn,'I running-mate, Joyce L. Dukes, fTi, ., .,...- rH< \? -*, j,." ?,. i
II about and comply with the Croft is now ser.int as ; .' '" '' '. 'F..
? ;
I : County Commissioner, Dlstrlc'! !. < q "I:" '' ',1.' i
law, and arrests are now nee- ., v ;: i '. -,*/ '1'.1,:
H -v.
will ,
4, and his t'ectlon '. ,
violators." : \ > V' .". ." 0))"" >. !
esssary for the ;post: openn'! > appointment u> :;, '"' ,,..' ,"> ) ,
FOR HIMCongratulate The Law requires all persons : I J'' _"
FOR HERCompliment : by Ojvernor' Kliv l, "_ I
motorcycles' or motor ry
rldim on :
Union voters gave nearly 5 i .;.,
Him driven cycles to wear' a i
Her WithCOSMETICS I to 1 support to: Earl Falrclotli ,
With a Cologne or crash helmet and protective
weather Billfold I el '
: in the U. S. Senate race. I
After Shave safety masks, glasses or pro
And Purses the Kir :'t
Joe Boyd
endorsed:;! ,
& }f. ti
Reg. $8.00 tective safety goggles which r t I preme Court, and heavily "' : i r j
That Will Please are approved by the Depart favored the Smathern! "Favorite iA Quiet Public. Service ;
Only - $4.98 ment of) Public Safety. Son" slate c)>f presidential' Ahnouncement! i

Intimate eIPO tor!!,. Join the Crowd Now.at I

Oriental I Lime "1/__ .. Baldwin Chevrolet-Old.1)!) i iI.V
Spray Mist $2.50 Leather FittedImplement \ ': "";.' during their May June I

Ambush Spray Sets *JADE EASTCologne wtkD'1rrLn"a( ( ) =/' ",'"'". 'Campaign, Sale und Save!

!b1 : ('
$3.50 $2.00 up *Jade East Coral "." "' ,<" .
Tabu SprayCologne 1 1"J>


Silk of *PUBIntirhate $tt Stt :-'" ;', "

$2.00 *THAT MAN
All : ""
Makes -
My Sin $3.50 *CANOEENGLISH I ., 10.KEY ?4'a'.F1' r .1

Powdered Lanvin Mist by LOW PRICES : .'.= I n y' 'I r fry'" ,,1.'

I '
A Veil of Arpege JEWELRY LEATHER : :_ -,!/.::s--_-, ::L.CHAAUDIO' t s.

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Fluff al,
Ideal For Her *
Large Selection OOl f _7 '
Leather I II4IrRIc:
Lime '

$3.50 Tie. For Clasps Him& Pins ; 'f;,,::1: :g8: ., ,
',. ':, ,"., ::,: AII.IN' ....
Sits or Arpe2'eTalc .. '. 0.1
$2.50 OLD SPICE ;, ,,,. ; .' .. .. .""u INI1 "
CAMERASRecord / !.... .. "

*PASSPORT _" ,_,, ...k "_,_'. :_ _,_ .,
Tabu & Ambush The Events of :

Shaker Talc $2 Their Life with Pictures 360
: Here' a versatile, all-purpos adding machine designed .
"GRADUATION-I tor years of dependable trouble-free performance. This
Tabu & AmbushPerfumed Travel Alarms I FATHERS DAY I compact lO-Key Champion lists 7 column and totals
8 (999999.99). Electric operation make figurework ro'1
NOW fast and .ffortl....
Skin Balm $2 A Useful Gift CON SALE i ,""

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MEDICARE SUPPLIES Wheel Crutches Chairs- Canes-wCommodeChairs ,I i MA''IJ-laIUMTI) .) ) I ICHAAI'8Oi i : Ii

Bed Pans Urinals Elastic Hosiery Sickroom and Invalid I ",\} ;,,

Supplies Rent and Sell I -. f.....". r" / s s
US 301 NORTH sons 96U-7SOO
I AS LOW ) 1
Your Prescription Will Be Filled With Care at KOCH'S DRUG STORE. As"'Sf.G)5U) STARKE FLORIDA

Fresh Potent Drugs At A Reasonable Price. Filled by Fla. Registered .1j j I

Pharmacist. At Koch's Your Health Is Our Main Concern.. May We

FlU Your Next Prescription? i

Open Daily 8 A. M. 7 P. M. Sunday 10 A. M. 12 Noon Bradford County TelegraphPhone !


KOCH DRUG STORE PHONE 984.6757 964-6305 j II -. ... I


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on the, fnjowlng diH,'rlhod land For llruriforA, Count Klorlrtit. 203-205 North Temple Avenue p bIn attorney nr It vii become Statute, 1 IO Junior-Seniorprom Recent Births lo) PIIY tho HMumnl, (Ui|" |'ol" III xci In re: 1-Htuli" of John Thomas /"WkF'a. I void BCI!orillnK to Inw., with the Clerk "of the Circuit
herein cot opiiuHllo the aame (,i U lgl'y d"I.NO'rJ 6,16 4t 8-6 May 7. A. D. 1968 Court la' and for BradfordCounty. '
"HiKuther, with all com a of Bucli {: : 0.' PRO ATN I Wilbur A. HiottHxoiulor Florida upon receipt
I Hula anJ all RtivnrtlHliiir/ To All I I 1'urnnna I ii,I",,I'aI4t.0 Tn In Coiintr .Iuiliie'eI'aiurt... In Anil I of the Estate of John or proof ut pUbllrl1t1"n Dr this
Bradford County Hospital:, l.ols 7, 8, 0, 10\ 04 Ulk II\ InWard Tho! liHtulc Of Said Dmndcitt: For Bradford Couiitr Florid, riioman Qulfrlny docBHUPdFirm not ". the fictitIOUs. name oC
announces the following City. You are li<>r..ibv notified that In re. Emme or John ThomafQulRly. I I publication. on May 18, HAMPTON M1U.WOUK4I under
A. l'. McOuvId Ur<>okor, Via a written Instrument .nurpuitlnKt'h iJeii'asd. I A. D 190S wh.ih WH are engaged In bUillTHOMAS' -
births: I $0.20SWVi bo the l II1.t will and loxtumeiit NOTICE TO CHCDITOKS i I A PIERCE ness at P O. Box 114 Hampton
Mr. and Mrs Walton Julian or NW'4 Seo 17 Range at inlil. dtcodcnt has been All creditor of Ihe estate, of ,:I 201-203: North Temple Avenue I Fla.
20J!: Tt.ivriHhlii 7SP : admitted to probate In thin. Juhn Thomas Qti: zl ley. deceased 'I Starke. Fla. George Davlu .oIl Yucatan
4r c. Scott, Palatka a son, Johnny A. McIJavId Brookor. Fla Coin't. You cia hereby tommiinclccl are hmt-by, notlfi I and requiredto 'I B/16 4t |I Drive Orlando Flft.. (half In-
: : Leon May 22. I $214.45Lots. within nix < nli-ndar. months file any claim. or demands I ___ s.1 broil!) : Paul Crawford and' TR .
Mr. and Mrs George Ray- I & :2 or tllk 4 of Corl- from the dale of the firm pub- whIch, they may have. against! NOTIfR OF I'fTB\TIO\ TO Crawford. Box 73. Lawtey.RII1GI8.r ,
Iota HID I'nlt I I lii.all'in of thin. ruthe: lo appearIn ( said estate In tli" office of the FICTH'IOfSISAMH : I (half interest' ).
F mond Thomas. Jacksonville iiHuxt Murrero! 4012 llairlnutil thin court ant, Hhow cause, If County Judge Polly Anne. May Moiulri' Un 70UIIJ/ '.J7US1JAT. lilly you "'In. why the A< tlcm of FlorIda. In thi, courthouse aSlurke. \ I Notice Is hereby given that I I D 1188 Bt Htarke Bradford,
: J.a.xlaughter. ( : ': .) thin court In uclmlltlMK said. l l will Florida.. vlthln CIX! calendar tho undersigned unilor the pr.- County Florida.
., ,23., Tommy 1 K: 'ox to I proliato, Hliould not ala nd un- .month, fn m the date of vlBlnni (if Section SOD.09, Florida. 5/9 4t 5-30
:1:1'r Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kenneth Town Clerk r,,\'okedKlrHt the first lubllcatin of thIs no-
Town of HronherJlradfurd ) I publication on May lath I tice. Each ilahn' or ilemanil
Mann. Lake Butler a ,
( Count I fin. A. l>. IIid must ba In writing and must
: son. ,Christopher! ToM May 5/iu it 8.0 T. A. YAWS: mntp' the |,1"'i' 01, rnaldence and
25. (">nnt\. In I..it County .ldgei'inrt.. In "n,' Klorlilit claimant and, mui t be sworn toby ) CAlL INSPECTION
-------m- THOMAS & P1KKCK the claimant his agent. or. I

IIV3TATB Odd hour emergencies?
/ Pt:IICH,IHfVtt COtMIM550 -

(4D'c Competitive FLOUJDt Hen led Rid, will BEGINS JUNE 1st SAVE a 2nd TripTo
be received hv the Ktatn I'ur-
chaalnff. C..nn.laMlon.( until 11:00 I : (
AM, Hhown fur the.
o-n the date
following: Inspection Station We have approved equip-
01 All
I. I" Gum June 6. 1968 Sale of 1'lim.. Types ment to rdjust: Headlights and Check Candle Power -

: .111' Hid BlnnkN, CondltlonN. anilSpeclflcHllonn ( to State: Requirements. We will also check

from. the H'xto, mhy PurIailn he olitalnfd, CornmlsBlon. B-akea;: Horn, Wind Shield Wipers, Tires and
BUS dtiKlrnta busily iMio-ja-looetl' (...pellIe..,. at the Junior-Senior. I'rom Saturday I William 1>: Bloxlmin: PATIOS DRIVE-WAYS Sxrerinfir Parts for Safety and too much loose motion -

\(\ng; '*> to the noisy tumVot(! *)l I" Night rawDlght.. Building, no..m I 112 ('ltlhounSlr..t. SLAB FLOORSCall We are equipped< TnlluliaHHce' O"lol'ldn. i
service unless
The ('on,nlNilon. IeIPrVe, the II I Service it when need it car tor the Inspection Let us properly align! your
right to reject any or all bids I you get you For Free Estimates I Head Lights before or after your State Inspection.
41. .T. 1)111l'ecttiVe. Dlioitorr I [STANDARD! Phone 964.7053 I

r>/ :\ at 5-ji'"' DRIVE IN YIFIRESTUE!

N I I Call Your Standard Oil

1\o'r.r"1 or T\\ ,sii.i.>1 MAN IN STARKEK. JOE WALKERLICENSED
that ,
Notice In hereby given t G. DUNCAN
the 13tli: duy of June. ItlUS huwlti-
fling at 12 noon,, at community I I 964-5132 CONTRACTOR
312 %V. Madison St. Phone 961-7592
center Tow, of nrookor. Cotin 738 N. Pine Street
ty of Drill! I'ord.( State of Florida I Handard Oil Company(Inc.In Ky)

tnic. MalH. uertlfknteii_ will b.. cold ,- L ___ -
un up

tvt1 T'

': RULED LEGAL PADS, FOR RENT Furnished dff I-!

'.' Steno Notebooks Order Books. cency apartment $50 mo. Ren, '
P '., If you find your name among the Classified Ads, ,I etc. Bradford County Tele ner Apts 633 McMahone. _

; A __ cii:: : : : : come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO 1 I SFWtOBILE graph.: HOMES Chic- Phone 964-6279. t tfchg I : .

FREE PASSES: to Florida! Theatre or 301 Drive. kasha 20' x 24' wide. Buddy- ITS MOVING DAY .

II III Clemson. Layton travel trail-

I II Theatre Passes In- era, Liberty Taylor, Azalea. Move your insurance

Buy, sell, trade. Year bank fInancing business to "The Man
.. --. --. "... .. ... .... free set up and de
:: .. HASTINGS MATTRESS I FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration livery. BUCKEYE TRAILER from Keystone"George

.{ ... MARY. 1& UPHOLSTERY WORKS I II Service. Home and MART. INC., 6912 Blanding,
I '710 Lemon St. PalatkaFurniture Commercial. Phone 473-3090- Jln. 771-8776 tfchg E. LaRue

A Japuni" tlirnie of )rIentaI 'untu8Y" Akrldge, Blllla Wilson,' Jim Shulord, Cindy : : Repaired I P. O Box 19. Keystone. tfchg INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
was carried out by the Hophoinore |>rom sen'Strleldand, and Reggie Flynn. :'C'K't'tER' Upholstered & Refinished THANK YOU NOTESBeau
USED V ACt."U1c1e8nel'8 reconditioned -
/nrl)|'Mho, alw. .-nJnyed| l the Night Crawlers Buck row ((1.1')| Willie GrlA" ", Lucille : :: .",. : MATTRESSES REBUILT tifully engraved la gold or $15 up. 10 different Flie hlonoeowi.ersLIFE

Writ IM their Unties to<< their upper tlawtnwn. Kaufman, Patricia Edwards, Sue Smith, Don- '.... : New InnersprinRS sliver. 1.25: for box of 25: Including name brands to choose from. & ACCIDENT FOR RENT In Starke. attractive -

'front. row (I-I'll> lUcky Frick, Elaine na TUIey, Nancy. .Stroth, and.Allan Patz. ri: : I : f': and Box Springs envelopes. Bradford Parts & excellent repairs aJ.. Keystone Height 473-4602 : cottage.) Good 2 bedroom location.furnished Also
: 'N"-"S"' i I Drop Us A Card or Call
: County Telegraph. tf
makes. KIR3T SALES &
t : :
: ;, .4 unfurnished house in the
PALATKA EA 5-9160 coun-
"""A: Japanese theme was car- hs: .e sunllower.( I der the chairmen: Mrs. Odessa .. :' I....,...... ..... .....:.., ,... ..,. I SERVICE 712 N. Main, Gainesville try. W. H. Nollman. tfchff
tried out In the decorations]I The long covered tables Mitchell, Mrs. R. L. Autry, ''1 i MUS. PEGGY SIIALLEn INSURANCEAT 376-7110 tfchg
fat ,the Junior-Senior. From I, were centered with red lotus Mrs M. A. Baldwin Jr., Mrs. ... ,. 02. .....""tif'.... .. Jii'....,.; ""'ril. "" ::8f.. :.: 200) E. Adkliis St. REDUCED RATES No. 670-E-Z $140 per mo. Income REAL, ESTATE

*tie Id at the main Bradford blossoms and Intervals down( .Charles Hardy and Mrs:. Harry :. .... ....I..f.e.JA'. .: .,. ... Stand,, Agent AUTO, FIRE BOATDOYLE 2 furnished I $850 rentals.down buys Close these to ,BUY- SELLTRADE .
.:. CONNER DID YOU KNOW It's easy to
p" unty Fair building last Sat- the length were black and gold : Hatoher Jr. Serving as ; t BILL POWELL
1 ur4ay nl ht. candleholders with gold tap- phaperones} were M;. and Mrs :! COMER'S LAKEVIEW: B ach INSUUANCK) AGENCY own a Longchamp Home? high school and town center. Real Estate' I
Better built liv
"Over the entrance was alage ers. The young couples had Paul'Mentr, Mr. and Mrs. :. and Cottages at Earleton. CottAges tfchg! for Florida
sand botton lake 20 acres close in. High and dry I
Your and
pagoda and hanging their pictures taken In their. Francis Meng, Mrs. Clyde Sin. Iamfsj. reserved werk or month. ing. plans or ours park
from, the ceiling were colored fwmals In front of a pagoda clair Mr. and'Mrs. M. A. .. : ..n. .. _..'. _I Parking $1.00 per car. Swim or PUMPSNEW Your lot or ours. Contact Bu with 2 bedroom bungalow on on pawed road., 1
lanterns. Palmettos fOl'mthe\ encircled with Japanese flow-' SummerUn. Mrs. J. M. Ed- : p'cnic' free. Phone 468-1129 ford Mitchell, phone 964- huge shaded lot. Cool summer 2 bedroom 2 bath house excellent -
the ;;:, ;u Waldo. 12tthsr 6-27 AND USEDSALES1'ARTSSERVICE 6853. P. O. Box 238, Starke. breeZes. Convenient to shop- neighborhood.
background for dinclngjarea ers. wards Jr. and Mrs. Fred '; :
< ; : } tftxig< ping. Would you believe $&,- 84 acres unimproved. Pricedto
and in one corner was I Supervising the prom were Oiaudon. In charge' of decorations & Shallow 600? Desire Just a lot ?-$!,- sell.
a Japanese bridge over a Mrs. W. B. Thompson Jr. and were Mrs. George Hug- ::8: if'I b S': 'i HOUSE FOR SALE Deep Wells 200. 135 acres Improved. Paved

and .. .. .. ... Water Softeners & Filters :
nine pool that held run-I Mrs. John Torode. Refreshments gins Mrs. Davis Cassett You move dt. Iilenl for home JIMMY MOORE'S road and railroad frontage.

*r 3 lily pads and was were furnished' by the Mrs. George Flynn Jr. : 1' :'; Ut..J or lake! lot. 321 W. Madison' SI i Expert Service On ::1 STROt)r REALTY 401 W. Madlscn St.
lighted by 'a spotlight parents of the Junior class: un- "" ,Q' ':f." ',.,'.. '; iF.I"-',, ::._. Starke, Fla. lI.rhg All Makes I SUN SPORTS 2117 N. Temple Ave., Mioties: Off. 964-C464

-- ,, -,-,-.- WANTIDPLOT: ( on Crosby Phone 961-7001 MOORE BOAT FOR Starke Fla.
DURRANCE PUMP (004)) 064-6600 WANTED USED gas cook
or Sampson Lake Must bo YOUR MONEY
'reasonable, and on tot-mi. Write AND SUPPLY CO. I Starke Ph. 061-5791 j' stove or electric refrigerators

P.O Box 3181, Jacksonville! SERVICE ARE YOU planning: an extra beds. dinette sets bedroom
I&Q Fla -Itrhg 6-13 room to your home, garage I sets! sofas and chairs. Phone
CARL BEGGS 8".:('1.I.. I remodel, or make repairs? If 964-7923. Dahmers. tfchg

:'IODF.RNIountJ.ln' : : Cottage so, call Buford Mitchell, Long-
] for rent $40 week, completely Gulf Service IIIHI I 7% liP 'Motor. 1 1'Jliitt I champ Construction for Free ADO MACHINE ROLLS
furnished. Weeks available In anil. Trailer, only '19.1. Estimate. Phone 061-6833. File .Folders' complete line office -
Vi ... Fuel Oil ..
: nuppllen.The Telegraph.
I June, July August, and Sop I tfchg
CLASSIFIED AD RATES tember R. E Edmond, Ph 964-6305.
: ': ;; Star Route Box 32, Black CAREY'S FLORIDA TRADERS !'

Up to 13 words! ___. 1.25 Mountain, N.C. 28711. Phone! Top Prior lor.hl'll Cars : Antiques bought and I Used Mowers. Push or Ride :, FOR SAlE OR TRADE-with
(Minimum charge) ((701)) 6G9-6861. 2* Hour Wrecker Service sold. Top cash paid for Fine I \ Trade We'RepairFIRESTONE dawn payment. Land 789 front
MEW BohWTh1PHnii: StchR fl-B AAA S .t II Green Stamp FurnitureGlassware.. Hwy 171 I footage on Highway 230. 1

Each word over 15 __ .07 Hwy. SOt TV Waldo Green Cove Springs, Blandlng I Free. Pick ITp ServiceIn II IIVe mile east of Starke city limits.
4681598SPJ.'CIAL1ZINO Ph. 964-5211 964-6128.
'." .. ..' Extra charge If not DINNER CCOK WANTED Blvd Orange Park: tfchg i City tfchg
'i.. Apply In person Longhorn Phone 064-7303
G" paid In advance __._ .35 : In sales of
Restaurant 301 South 2t tf
Rpnl Eat!: 'ate and In appraisals SEVERAL GOOD USED Add u
char 6-6 I
I Memorial, Reaolution.il( for estates corporate and Individual ing Machines for sale electrics
FRESH VEGETABLES for owners. 30 years expeilence ; subtraction. credit bal! USED; .FURNITUREAND SWEET CORN

7 cents per word your freezer Place order now. In Florida land matters ance. Bradford County Tele I APPLIANCES

A. J. Thomas, Realtor graph. U
Ph 4681168 Itchg UPHOLSTERING
9 A.M. To 6 P.M.
CARDS OF THANKS !Starke Fla. tfchg: I
GREAT LAKElobUe: : Home FOR RENT TV sets. baby Starting Friday May 31

00 words or less --_.- S.OO I 3 bed looms, bath. like new. FOR RENT 3 room and beds. electric guitars and amplifiers FENNELL'SBARGAIN 35c Per Dozen

Phone 4734178. All Florida bath furnished cottage. Phone refrigerators. by day CENTERI At
Each word over 50 .. .07 II I Mobile( Homes. 4tchg 6-20 96J-5337. tfchgr week or month. Phone 964-i '/t Mi. So. 301 Starke I
I 7923. Dahmers. tfchg J. R. Wainwright

Lakeside Home kitten 10 weeks old 1 $20. Phone ready for occupancy. 3 bedroom FOR SALE- Apt gas stove Farm

1 533-2029. Itchg 1'% bath. Seated just $20.; Refrigerator $20; Clothes -
1L1 2 Story 6 Rooms outside of city limits in dryer, $20: Silverware lOc;! Prompt Service 2 Mi. E. Starke on State

DISHWASHER WANTED Pine breeze. Easy monthly Patio Chairs. $a.00 Ph. 064-, Road 16

--", "" $9,150S. good pay. Apply, in person.Longhol'n terms. Longchamp Const Co 5388. Itchg, For Repairs a
Restauiant No Contact Bufoid. Mitchell. I
E. Realtor
_c17: McKay phone calls. 2tchg 6-6 pone 964-6853 P. O. Box FORMING Summer Classes in: LARGE OR SMALL:: HOUSE FOR RENT-3 bed-

,. Keystone Heights HOUSE 2-58: Bt .rke. _t.fl'l11"_ rap -Aero- Jass-Ballet. Inter-I room furnished house on ,
\ 473-4816 ested??? Please call QUALITYPLUMBING Kingsley Lake Year round.
40 -490 flex-HotaryMeans- Four apartments which should FOR: RENT-1 bedroom fur- itfchg
See Mrs. Rosenberg at Rosenberl"s -
....... Quality rent for $40.00 each. Total ished house and 2 bedroom unfurnished CO.I I Store. 2tchg 6-6
Simplicity price 350000. house. 308 S. Water FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 2
tern before to R beei" to easy mat flrffil tt ftadto Clennliness WANTED A. J. Thomas Realtor, Ph. 9646785.: tfchg bath. concrete block home In RUBBER STAMPS and

Mint prbttac M It b!now de MW Beta EkctMittf. Tel. 954-3701 Saratoga Heights. Phone 964- Ph. 964-5039 Pads.Bradord County Tele-

.Here". M KonomTcal anil .*&* k ItJDII'pocbt.Ifd.IDdJlllll'prtnUQa LABEL MAKERS, from 7369 or 964-5839: : after :5 p. m.tfchg1. rraph. Ph. S61-6305.

All Models% Use Printers Pasti CASH PAID NEARLY NEW-dresses 50c 3.95 Bradford County Tele- !.
Big selection of useful items vrnnh. Ph. !61-6301.. FOR RENT-Attractively furnished -

AufaulbMf quality letting! ,. aun.MIIIIce fans, Ink Won't Leak or Run. '! :1 Good Clean Cotton Rags I lOc each. Johnson's Store In MEN WANTED Laundry apartment. Air conditioned -

cbirit. bndwrcs ml tSuv% tuttrU *l w f. \ -, No Khakis, Wool or Waldo Itp workers. KIte-hen -aids, labor- 1 ;-.-., FEDDERS STARTS : Adults only. Gladys

Scraps. I FARM FOR SALE $4,000 era. cottage parents watchman .::;: _3 with the Idea you want the best I Harrington 337 N Walnut St. ,
I Up
BRING TO ,down. 20 acres, 7 room house cooks and clerks. Five cooling for your monay. Then

good water. on hard road. day week. eight hour day. I_ I' builds a quality unit to deliver it LARGE MORTAGE Companyhas
Bradford County Bessie & Wesley Crews. Rt. State retirement, vacations. .g..". ,- several' houses In Starke <<

r' 2 Box 68 Starke. 3tp 813: sick leave. If Interested. please A and surrounding area for sale. .
The TELEGRAPH Is Proud' To Announce ..
Telegraph apply, in person Personnel No qualifying. $100 down low-
FOUND between Brooker and Manager. Sunland TrainIng ST monthly payments. Call Jacksonville
Graham hunting dog. Lost FEDDERSAIR

I lA New Dealership -- The Complete Line of .:r FORj SAiLE -. One commercial early part of season. Can be Center, Gainesville 4tchf Fla.6'.6' Matheny collect 388-0181.4tchg 6-21 Bill

size: electric ice crusher. Also seen at Dewey Murrhee. tch1t,
12'/a'' aluminum fishing boat In FOR SALE': 3 year old Palo. CONDITIONERS Out Of Town

pjo/7n? / Rex Rotary Spirit Duplicator And Atiin.cograph perfect condition. Phone 782- HAVE 2 cute kittens to give mlno pony well 'broken and Three bed room:: frame dwell

;:; : 6399 Smith Shell Station. away. Phone 964-7876 after 1 gentle for( children, $75. Call ing, modern conveniences.
2tchfr :5-30 p.m. Itchg 473-4503 2tp C-30 \Winkler ElectricInc.
clean and: nice 2H miles out.
Machines And Su pes.; CROSBY LAKE FOR BENT Furnished one FOR RENT-Furnished apart Paved Road. lot 80 x 200 f t.,

.:; Two hall acre lots on East side bedroom house 308 S. Water ment utilities and carport. 1805I garden land Price 600000.

:1.M of Lake for sale. A J. Thomas. St. Itcha!! I I! Ralford Road. Phone 964-7013. Ph. 964-7596 Terms. A. J. Thomas, Realtor. \
231 N. Temple
Realtor. Tel. 964-5701. :Mrs L. D. Green 2trhjr :5-30 Tel. 964-5701
LOTS 77. 79. 3 blocks to Cry-
Bradford County Telegraph FOR SALE Full size gas stal Lake on Cypress. Cleared -I EZERASE TYPEWRITER I I, TYPEWRITER RENTALS:

.range with broiler ani> oven. large utility house all PAPFR. Mimeo Paper Bond TYPEWRITERS: Manual or FRESH VEGETABLES -Edna I Day week or month.-Brad

;:. In qrood condition. Reasonably $IS0B.( Terms. Ph. 001-7733( L. Pap1\Tn.rh.\ Phone

u priced. Ph. 864-6088. at I E.: Williams. Itp 1 Bradford County Telegraph., I I Bradford County Telegraph., p.m Stch; 3-30 864-6G05. tfi1r.wwirllsuN


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.VVVVVVVVVVwy yyyyyyyLAIY.TEY McCain, Mrs. J. C. Tye Mrs. Those enjoying: the occasionwere Tuesday, Wednesday, and I II I Rev. Carlos Burnett pastor. I -9:30: a. m. 1:00-2:00: : p. m. will be required before the
O. E. Pearson. Mrs. R. E. Lee Mrs. Lee's parents, Mr. Thursday. I Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship Starke Elementary 8:30-9:30: : () first day of schooLTeachers
Mrs. Ei. Durban, MIsa Enza and Mrs. Chares Bryant; her Softball is played on Mon- 11, a., m. and 7 p. m. a. m. and 1:00-2:00: : p. m. are planning* an
Blanchard. Mrs. J. H. Faulk- grandfather Mr. Herring; her COUNTY day. All games! at 5 p. m. The officers and members are To be eligible children mustbe I interesting "preview of kin..
I ncr Mrs. Myra Faulkner, Mrs. brother Jimmie Bryant; Miss WITH SCHOOL NEWS haippy to have Bro. Coy Jack- five years old, on or before dergarten activities' on visitation
By Bnut: Blanchard T. V. Duck and Mrs. Harry Janet Nichols of Starke and May 30-31 Senior Government son, who is eonl leave. He January 1, 1069. Birth certificates day. Children should
I. ...AAAAAAAEAAAAAAAA&jAT Faulkner. Butch Nail of Kingsley Lake: YOURi !4 AGENT Days. June 2. 9:30: a. m., served! as secretary of the will be required for 1'8"j wear play clothes.
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tatum. Baccalaureate Sermon ,by Sunday School. gistration. Health certificates
I PRESIDENTS .Orace Methodist: Sunday Jr., and Tommie's special rSS-S' Rev. W. M. Ferguson. June 5. Mrs. Grace Long chairman. '
I HONORED AT TEA. School 9:45: a. m. Worship friend John Smith. Class Night. June 6. Commencement of the youth department. Is
Members of the Lawtey 11 a. m. Prayer Circle Monday Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClel- with Gilbert L.Porter grateful to everyone who appeared -
Junior High PTA.met the 9 p. m. Choir practice lan, and Mrs. Maxie Reddish as speaker. All parents on the Youth Day program -
caretorium Tuesday night. Wednesday. 7:30: p. m. After and; children were visiting and. friends Invited to attendat last Sunday.
May 21, for their .final meet- Sunday morning services a Mr. McClellan's brotherinlaw 8 p. m. Greater Free Will Baptist WILLIAMS JEWELRY
Ing of the \chooZ,tel'm. fellowship dinner was served. and sister. Mr. and Mrs. SERVICEMENPetty Church Monday night Choir
All past presidents were presented The WSCS met at the Howard Spalding, In Jacksonville Officer 1st Class Ar- No. 1 and Ushers Board No. 2 Has
::; with a corsage and church last Thursday evening., last Sunday. Mr. McClel thur F. Parks son of Mr. and will meet at 7 p. m. Tuesday GraduationGifts' forVery'Special
were seated on the stage as a with Mrs. Vernon Olin giving lan's mother returned with 'L__ Mrs. Frank Parks, is home on I night. Choirs No." 1 and :2 will -
special honor. Each gave a the devotional. The next meeting them and on Monday they all \ 11 leave. He Is residing with his meet. Wednesday night Prayer -
brief sketch of interesting experiences will be on the first TUes- visited Mrs. Hall's sister, Mrs. \ GeorgeT.1i wife Willie Mae. who is the I Meeting. Thursday night People!
., while in office. day'In June. Lou Deese, in Hampton. 'k Huggins'S daughter of Mrs. Doretha Ladies Circle and Story Hourat
After the business session, I First Baptist: Sunday Visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. \ Snell of Penney Farms. the church. Friday night.

officers for the coming year School. 9:45: a m. Worship 11 W. Bennett and family on L Petty Officer Parks has been Prayer Band meeting. Sunday Butova Is a very special gift. Precious Jewelry that,
were intalled by Mrs. O. E 7:30 m. Training. Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. serving In the Navy for 14 School 9:30.: : Morning Worshipat
a. m. ani : p. ripened tells time. Bulova more tasting beauty
There that home home perfect puts
Is expression a grown
an v
, Pearson as follows: Mrs. Carl Midweek John Bennett of the State years. He has made three 11. League at "p. m. Even-
Union 6:30: p. m. it is gardening time In the and home picked tomato that: ;into watches. More quality. And Butova makes a
Ii OrlfUs, president; M. M. Jordan -I Services, 7:30: m. Wednes- Farm. I I cruises around the world and mil Service, 6 p. i. Visitors
I.. vice president; Mrs. p. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nugen South. Well. I can tell you you can't get from the store. has been to Viet Nam'' three always welcome. greater variety of watch styles than anyone else in

.Norman secretary; and Mrs. day.Church of God: Sunday and_ daughter_u_ -- and Mrs. Ruth that It has been gardeningtime From my 15 plants. I have al- consecutive times in the last Mount PlBfrah AME Church. the world. You can take great" prlda in. giving, ."or

.'George Snyder, treasurer. School. 10 a. m. Worship. 11 Barthlow.: of: Middleburg visited I ..r two years. He and his wife Rev. George Young pastor wearing-a Butova watch, ,
". After the meeting adjourned. a. m. and '7:30: p. m. YPE Mrs. Ernest Wells on I _ were married in Chicago Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor- F "
everyone joined in a covered Wednesday. 7:30: ( p. m. Wednesday of last week. I where he will be stationed for ship Services. 11 a. m. and #c1LdOy .. 0:?. .5.
dish dinner and a periodof Highland Baptist: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Morris : the next two years. 6:30: p. m. (

fellowship. School. 9:45: a. m. Worship. of Hinesvllle Ga., and Mr. 1st Sgt. Eugene Wilson, Greater Allen Chapel AME -
HOMEMAKERS MEET 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Choir and Mrs. George R. Summer- formerly assigned to the U. S. Church. Friday night Love
Lawtey Extension Home- practice. 7 p. m. Prayer Ser Un. of Lake City visited Mr. Army Training Center at Fort Feast 8 p. m. Sunday School
makers met at the H. E. Priest last N. 10 a. m. Morning Worship
recently vices. Wednesday. 8 p. m. and Mrs. Bragg C. Is home on a 11//
hor.ie of Mrs. Harry FaulknerI PERSONALSMr. week. 20-day leave awaiting further a. m. Holy Communion. 6

I for their annual May cookout E. Pearson Lonnie Prescott of Kingsley assignment orders for a year'stour m.NOTICE
and Mrs. O.
"'.The agent, Miss Martha Sue afternoon Lake spent Sunday with, his ')' r' of duty in Southeast Asia.
[,McCain superintended. the entertained with a barbecue Saturday In celebration sisters Mrs. Hattie Darley This Is Sgt. Wilson's fourth' Dell Chapter 168 will meet
.barbecuing of the chickens. of the birthday anniversaries and Miss Sinah Prescott and overseas tour during his 17 V4 I Thursday ntgiht June 7, at 8
S Other dishes were added by of their daughter-in- other relatives. years of military service During o'clock. All 'members asked to
S'the members and a delicious law Mrs. Don Lee, and their PTC George P. Smith was I his tour In Asia his wife, please be on' time.
dinner was enjoyed by Miss grandson. Tommy Tatum. recently wounded In Vietnamand Lillian and their four sons

i''----------m is now In a hospital will reside In Starke until his Kindergor.fenVisitations' I
Guam. He would like to return. His wife is the daugh- ,?
from friends during his I ter of Deacon andi Mrs. Josey ir'A'
: :"who'il the In the hospital. His at)1)I Hawkins of Lincoln City. Sgt.
pay is PFC George F. Smith Wilson is the son of :Mrs. Set MondayThe ISanW

427. Ward A3. U. S. Daisy Mae Jones of Starke. "54 _",;. ....tIIt...1. Commtno'tr,. "B* A
I Hospital [Gu ml, APO San, in Bradford County be-r ready:' lost two and on WedI NOTICE! n,it MW look In man*!ffttfetorn. A tailing loiirdlmwnjW The, complit witch.: 30,fi.*..
Francisco. Calif. 96630. cause it is vegetable eating I nesday there were two more The annual Poppy Day sale following schools will 17 Imrali, Dock w ,.Q add ..... I. to el., witoprool Mlfwlnct.Ing .
SI.tsIt, idluiKblt m.it> both lid. of Ui. 141C lumlnoui.Adlutttbl/
time now.I wilting. We always have num- will be held Saturday by have kindergarten visitationand tend ftllow cold_.. netted'''' ,ysxp.nsom( tind. "
? won't even try to name all erous calls about tomato wilt. American Legion Auxiliary registration Monday June IIL.. .... Whit, fallow.n.ra
mortgage RECREATIONNEWS the different vegetables I see The plant may wilt before 314. The Poppies are made by 3, for children who will be 13J.C
I growing. Among the wide var- fruit is set or It may be load- disabled veterans and money eligible for bhJs program In W>*n roll know what mikti S watch tick.! >out buy s Bulov
iety you will find proof Is in ed with green fruit.' There are from their sale goes to aid the fall:
the picture. plenty of .toma two main types&: of wilt. ThereIs veterans. The public Is askedto Anderson Junior High:
Nationwide Insurance can-with one simple pro- I toes. A variety of squash. a little difference In their please cooperate with this 10:00ll:00: < : ( a. m.
gram for your mortgage AND your house. I WINS GARDEN'S FIRST MEN HALF beans, cucumbers, Irish potatoes attack and appearance, but activity.Mrs. Altamease Chandler Lawtey Junior. High: 9:30-: WILLIAMS JEWELRY
'O PAYS OFF BALANCE OF MORTGAGE if Garden Restaurant finished green onions and my. the result from either, In a and Mrs. Ruth Holland 10:30: a. m.

you die, or pays you monthly if you can't work the first half of the 1908 good-lfavored/ sweet corn. I few days is a dead plant. are chairmen. RJE High-School: 1:30-2:30: : 144 W. Call St. Phone:961.70617ERE'c
due to injury illness. Men's Softball League with a The clusters of tomatoes My four plants were hit by CHURCH NEWS p.[ m.
above are not showing the bacterial wilt. The other typeis Ebenezer
HOME and Baptist Church Southslde
O PROTECTS YOUR possessions 10-2 record which was good Elementary: 8:30:
most on just one plant in the fursuarlum wilt. E.ach Is a n
against all usual hazards-fire, wind, theft, enough to take the first half
garden of Jack Andrews. who soilborne organism
Broad at low rates. championship. Noegel's finished -
liability. lives Just out of Law toy. Jack plant through the root
I 8-4 rec
second with an
I told me that he and the kids system. The only known treat-
ord. counted 90 tomatoes on one ment is to pull up the t Brooker and Owen Joist fInishes plant. Asked me if I wantedto and destroy It so you will not ZZZJ
BILL POWELL I tI i with Identical 6-6 records count them. The afternoonsun saddened each time you visit Z
and Triest .wlnless In
; was generating a warm the garden.We )
Phone 964-6464
12 starts was the anchor temperature of 92 so I took have had lots of Inquiries -
'401 W. Madison St. team. I I I and diseases in
''I his word for it. know saw on insects
Starke, Fla. In last week's action. Garden some mighty heavily loaded the garden We have a circular '
was In three contests and:' bushes. "Insect and Disease Con- BETTeR FOOD' VAWEf/.
managed to take them all to'I Jack Is proving that you! trol Guide" that you sure
.CG clinch the title. can grow a lot of stuff on a ought to howe for reference. !
On Tuesday May 21, Oar-: small He has over 20 It names the crop like tomatoes -
... den and Noegel once'' '"Main'- Plott ypes 'of'"vegetables ,' and ""then under the In-
locked up In a thriller with and fruits growing' everything sect or disease section. names DA V"ISGROCERY

.. The Man From Nationwide Is'On' Your'' Side' Oarden pulling; off the win- from blueberries to garlic. the most likely thing that
ning play In their final inn- Somebody told him that a row might attack, and then the
Nationwide,Mutual Insurance Company !n Home Office: Columbus, Ohio I off with a single and scored something else will keep the visit to our office will getyo.u
I the winning run on Woody worms off the something else. one. A card to Drawer
We'll see a little bit later. 1028 Starke. or dial 964-6554
Jack does have some young is a way to.get one. There Is
I blueberry plants that were not no charge but you do needto AND MARKET

I really supposed to put on fruit ask for the circular
vwC till a year from now but they We have had about IS or 20
1 are loaded. this first short' calls recently for information

,, season. on Blackleg in cattle. To ouru 401 W. Brownlee (S.R. 16 West 0 Starke Phone 964-6725
Well, I could tell about knowledge.:!' there is not a ,
other good gardens I have seen widespread outbreak, in the .

during the past few weeks. county. WEEKEND BARGAINS THURS. FRI. SAT. ONLYEND
Just proves that with a little There may be an animal ,
spot of ground a little plan- lost on a particular farm and
iWITHUS fling, and a little work. you the word spreads mighty fast,
can have some good. eating. and grows as it spfeads. Bob- CUT PHIVED
Dell la. Grade "A"
I always glad
I Talking about gardens' by Taylor or are
seems that tomatoes are a to give you what informationwe PORKCHOPS _

Whether it's a family affair, dthI I must in any garden. I have have and we think we. WT7SW 11'4"- ,FRYERSLIMITS',\ .
about 15 plants set aroundthe know the situation pretty well.If "ff W A'-' ." :
ner for two, or a business engagement house in flower beds. you are concerned. don't. :
5- There Is Just something aboutStrickland's mind railing us.
you can relax and leave \ :
LB. )
5-2 In Monday's 590 LB.29C
the serving to us. double. Besus Gulf
On Wednesday. May 22 game.
I outhit Beggs lD8,1with _
of Conner
Oarden made an easy prey
Ask Those Who Dine Here About Our Owen Joist in are-plaY Ann Godwin leading the,
game 122.Thursday. winners with three hits.I

Delicious Buffet night May 23 Gloria behind McKinney with two. was Cookie close I SMOKED BACON SMOKED

Trlest and Owen Joist closed with 3
Mundoiff led Beggs
Served Daily ; out their first half games hits while Gall Branson had HALF" or WHOLE SLICED PICNIC I SHOULDERS .
with Owen taking a 14-11 verdict -
I scoring 11 runs in the i, 2. of the LD. LB.
In the other game

TWO TWO HOT VEGETABLES ENTREES Lunch I 1 Buffet t $$1.25 final had the two Garden second innings.In down game. ,9-1 Brooker be-- niiht.Kentucky. colonial Colonial Fried scored Florist Chicken nine downed, runs Iff8 zt90 590 LB. 39t ,

11:00: aan to 2:00: p.m. fore a. rally in the 5th inning: in the first two Innings. but ,
ASSORTED SALADS tied It, and then won In the 'Kentucky rallied in the last I
6th with one run for( an 11- : 8 runs while j

ROLLStflrER Dinner Buffet o.-11.75 10 CONNER victory EXTENDS I holding five:!, scoring Colonial( to a single I PLANTATION GRITS 4 Ibs. 29cSEE

I WOMEN'S LEAD run.Diane Cox': led Colonial with,
TEA COFFEE 5:00: p.m. to : Conner Insurance extended three hits Including a home I
; its lead in the Women's Soft- Barbara Masters ALL
r=- : ball Leamie, by downing strong had two. Including a home JEWELL SHORTENING
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run. Carol Kouba. t RICE .

''?; The Quality Goes In Before The Name Goes On dI2N'.LT Chitty each had, and two Jackie hits for Orlffln Ken-;|

tucky. I 3 Ibs. 39c
4 Ibs. 49c --
-' I O'N RADIOS Standings: Conner 6-1: --
:::1 .. 4-Sp dromsiE Beggs. 4-3: colonial. 4-3; I
t.J '
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r _"-" / Kentucky 07.Schedule .
'''f--I' ,"'... 0....' for Thursday.May CARNATION or PETEVAPORATED
,;. b..le S ., OH 30 Kentucky vs Conner _
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7:30.: Colonial vs Beggs, 9. I v'
S49" II I II I MILK 3 Tall Cans --. ,49c ,

"' $1.50'Will( *: "
_M'.71 Colored Citizens I .
--_ mot : Hunt's 29 oz. CanPEACHES Kennel Ration \
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V 22" b.ouref Tuning' M Sy.int.t.mFront d. Spa...r"PumaSal" ._PHONO-......... .. NEWS and Pony' 100' PKGS-
CONSOLE TV : 'VHF HnmTuning ..--elf Reno Bantam 350 6 990 .
i League boys baseball teams
Han cr ft.d Chault lost to Lawtey boys
fir* Tuning.1m0-S.t" //IlJ Jm JAutomatic si 5993 $3993 -:::: ;' '.TUII 'M (LOC' .no""c., I by a score of 104 and 3-2. In' Convenient Store Hours at Supermarket Prices -,
$J,50 A Will _M..... City League action. Bantam i '
"fringe-lock" 13.30 A WIEK $2. A Will cP, :
a ...................- $2 495 10 boys Yellow Greens 6.7.Pony Reds division 4; Blues: I OPEN 7:00 A.M. TO 10:00: P.M. -SUNDAY 8:00 A.M. TO 10:00 P. M.,

Greens 7, Blues 4; Reds 9., HOME OWNED AND OPERATED BY
Yellow 2.TheRe .
128 S. Walnut Street Phone 964-5289 games are held every MR. & MRS. DORSEY L. DAVISTIIURSDAY.

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q Fi, ',1.'q : 4.J M 4 alcotoplCS 1 -
By Allqe McOarvey
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/ / /,. 11Ai LOVE r' L' G -'y r .
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There was a curlew law In

U. Starke 25 years ago which

: ..'...' made It unlawful for boys and
...C..' 4' girls: under the age of 16 to be By PAUL C.l'OaABII '

IY .'it'1l. } on the streets after a certain .Editor.& JDloUullee hnloM .
qk! hour unless accompanied. by
!: ,A Matter Of Concern an adult. She might be a young Icely to escape boredom; oth

ri-; Sat Vollle F. Manning and newly-wed, she might be a ers are beset by martial dial.

.Ik.'f.' Matt Morgan patrolled the forty-ish mother of several culties and other problems

.*r M.Theft has been practiced since Action in the matter has been north end of town and W. E. teen-agers; she might .be a with which they are unable to

time immemorial, but that is no promised at Bradford High. First Thornton and Fred Sapp covered white-haired grandmother. All cope. For these women, booze

excuse to ignore it now, or to neg- offenders will be called to the office the southern part of three could easily be one of represents an opportunity to

H> Sleet 1 attempts to strifle it. Principal Temple says, for a town. They reported that more Florida's 50,000 female alcoholics. "forget" for a while returns, although ,,

f : conference'which will include than 50 young people> had reality always event.

The sfarae cap be pajd'of the Instances ents. Second offenders will par-be been sent home since the. law The figure will stagger ually. 'i

_..tJiat'0JX1f1; ; ,; j rate. parents. given an'''F".' in educationand went into effect. many readers [no pun intended "Among husbands of alcoholic
J !have declared: take place at our physical ]. Research shows' ,that women," says Dr. Ruth
I will have to repeat the course. Dr. O. I.. four medical! director for National ,
schools School' officials: sad, hi Haynes, veteran one out of every three or Fox :: .

reply to the' complaints of parents 'th.s t is good. We believe the Starlce dentist, closed his office alcoholics in our Sunshine Council on Alcoholism, \

at-a'recent School Board meetinige principal means what he But in May of 1943 alter 30 State and across America, for "there are .the.following types: t
1 says.
of in Starke female.They're long suffering
years practice that matter-is a The martyr
that they were aware of officials limited in
some school are what
where he was born. The office probably not as noticeable who mothers and spoils his
a theft among students at BradfordIg they can do with the personneland was on the second floor over their male counter- child-wife; the hUsband who.

| School -:- especially in thePhysical facilities they have to work Tt4 the H. C. Wall Insurance parts. Many as female alcoholicsare leaves furiously but. comes

Education department, with. It will cost money to make ,4 Agency at the corner of Call wives of successful men running back; the unforgivingand
i \but> that tb.ey'were it Bradford and Thompson Streets. Dr. husband
not aware Hugh's, physical education whose, Income is sufficient to self-righteous ;

existed to. the extent the parents. department anywhere near 1 / Haynes hadi:!' been 111. but was make unnecessary their wives and the punishing sadistic

claimed.: theft-proof, although a hew checkout ro r j making a slow recovery holding down Jobs. So these variety.

system to be built in the gymmay :,' .. n r 'fr women can drink dally within "There is also the dependent -
'lie parents said they were fed not be too far away. e New American Legion offi- the sanctity of their homes male who expected ,to find

up ,with purchasing costly Items to cers were installed with B. M. without their friends anl' another mother In his wife,"

S efarnish their children's\ physical But the problem will not disap- Montgomery, : former Methodist neighbors knowing anything continues Dr. Fox. 4Thds! man

education clothing, or have to' re pear entirely, even then. It probably pastor officiating about It.Because. Is hurt and bewildered at
t :placeIs i icqms of street clothes. And can never be stoppel alto- W. B. Sewell, president of of this many people 'In.'lng, the woman he married'the

understandable. gether. the Florida Bank at Starke, automatical think of a one who put up such a

; was installed as Post Com- man when ,the word "alco show of self-confidence!

School officials became somewhat What appears to be needed, and mander; A. J. Thomas first holic" is used. But as we've become just as dependent as

S defensive about their ;position !\ what would possibly do the most vice-commander; W. S. Stbley. stated, oat. of a hundred alcoholics he because of her alcoholism."

/ >l and that, tool is unders ,nd. good is a constant effort to catch second vice-Commander; A. J. between 25 and 33 will It Is interesting to not

ble. 'H offenders and to punish them Thomas. Finance Officer; W. be women. that the ratio of alcoholic'

wl;,en' caught. :Parents have stir- H. Nollman. Chaplain; Floyd The ratio of female-to-male women to men In England is
What is needed,,perhaps, more ..q.u Green Historian; John B. Is the Increase, one to two. England of
alcoholics on
red the pot now, and action has .
th$n anyxlitug'else, > is! a,good() ,cooperative been promised. E 'r'IIV'} 'f7 lnt A T : r Ma" Grew Sergeant-at-Arms; H. or so it seems. Only a few course Is a nation where
M4Ar A. Carlton, Service: Officer
effort by the calculatedthe drink without condem-
schoolsand t ;: rte a.ry l y years ago experts women
the parents to soivetitis, } probfem. But we will need constant vigilance t and Post Adjutant. ratio to be one in five. nation in the pubs along with

The' n9st ,$ sjrable: @ eff9rt, of and\ >parents> need to be con An item of Interest In May Soon it was one In four, and men. In Norway however,
confrontation be That Season's Here AgainFARMER'S it Is hovering betweenone where there is not this permis-
a the) would to have stantly aware of the problem their 1943 was the equipping of the now '
parents take a more helpful, ands school faces. and four ant! one In siveness toward women's
i local unit of the Florida Highway ratio is startling -
three.There's. drinking the a
I Jess accusing attitude, and for Patrol with short-wave
We are interested less in placingthe proof that alco- one out of 23. And in
school officials to adopt an atti radio. The broadcasting:!' station
tilde of positive action and be less blame than we are in findinga DIARYthat WJXJ. reached the en- holism among women is increasing Switzerland it is one out of

I affronted. solution to a troublesome prob tire state. All patrol cars had faster that It Is 12.If
personalty lem. Now that it has come to More rain during the week receiving and ,broadcastingunits among men, except that more you have a drinking problem -
Parent also have wetted down the woods and even tobacco has its requirements women are admitting. their or you know of someone
an obligation light, perhaps it Is not too muchto installed. Citizens! in
fields, reduced the >danger. of and that given treat a
and coming for who does why not drop us
I to teach their children to guard hope that parents and school ,the woods burning, and gen good care and enough moisture need of the patrol were urgedto Ing.Thls problem' could be related to line for more information.

theif-Jjelongings In a matter that personnel will.work together in a erallvospeak: gave the countryside it will go on and producein call over telephone 13. the fact that much of the stigma Simply write FARP's Information -

I they will not be a temptation to joint effort to remove the cause a (fresh, new green excess of a ton to the acre Camp Blanding. attached to alcoholism is Services Box 1147,

: Others. of their complaints.; look, But the water ,table. is whereas stunted crops produce The 1943 baseball team of disappearing, and thus victims Avon Park. Fla. 33 25. Or nJrop
still way down and it will takea only about half that amount.We're FARP out
I = Bradford High School played especially women: may by your
-' lot of rain to bring it up, seek treatment clinic. They're locatedin
I Waldo and beat them 0 to 7. find it easier to patient
and to replenish the water lost still hearing bad reports (MIami Tampa Orlando,
for the local team ,
: Sty Few Bother in the. lakes. on the recent berry sea- and Pensacola.of .
son, which was the worst In were: Pitcher Jim Spear; Some women drink excess-
I Catcher Fred Dlckman; First
Around the of many years. Some ;
area now one growers, we graduatedfrom
One night last week a car backed quested that we print an articleto the prettiest plants in bloomis By Sam McGarveybig hear, are having a hard ,time Base Base Bobby Hubert McRae Prince; ;Second Third TYTTTTYTTTTTTTYTTTTTT9NEWS Starke a U.S.recently Air Force technical

into the ditch on North Orange( express; her appreciation to the the daubentonla [also paying up for fertilizer! and Base Billy Burney; ShortStop school a* Amarillo AM
Street wheel known as the purple rattlebox boost to the tobacco and other expenses related to the ABOUT he
in Starke the
one in two Good Samaritans. Burt Prince Right Field. Force Base Texas
nudfend'oW o fr tne'shoulder,'and '. ,-..,, .. t. *-.-,-- ..' .***........gt.fl'tIi, IJ&a.I.eJ.:! .w k:1LMt: '._corn plantings in the area. crop, ands we hope they can Edgar, Wilkinson; : CenterField was trained., as an administrative -
showy orange-colored flowers. Corn partctilarlyjnsd!: responded hang on and make a good
So few people bother to become He has !been
unable to out under its Herbert Green; LeftField gpeclaHlit.
was pull .
involved these days bother to We understand the plant was quickly to what It wants comeback next season. -unit !k f the Pacific
or >
own steam. Carlos Myers, and substitutes SERVICE MEN assigned to a
brought; to this country and for good growth "wet andwarm"
at Taclukawa
help someone in distress even Paul Dinklns. George Air :Forces )
The lady driver, Mrs. Ruth when it would take only a few cultivated and later "went as the. .saying. goes.We've Some years ago we got a Shuford and R. W. Mosley. Air 'Base In Japan.
wild" magnolia and
and now thrives along planted it in
Frazier, a local teacher, had no minutes of their time. Airman Williams is a
ditches in this heard tobacco our front
area. On ( ware- yard and although
time to be in distress, however. Many of the boys of Brad- Airman Edward. H. Jackson, graduate of RJE5 High School
occasions we've seen tourists housemen say that tobaccois it is growing well It has not
"I'd like to at least Memorial
say ford High! senior class had son of "Mr and Mrs. Blake and attended Florida
stop and take pictures of the only a weed, that it will do yet come in bloom. At the
Two teenage boys, noting her you', Mrs. Frazier told us. Joined! the armed forces leaving Jackson of Starke, recently College in St. Augustine..
well no matter what, and' thatit time, we told home
very pretty plant. were by a ....
predicament, stopped their car and the class with only 56 students graduated ,with honors at Cha- .669
will grow well even in dry gardener that It would not
would The small incident
went to her aid. Very quickly, So we. to graduate. Some of nute :Air Force Base Illinois -
Recent rains have given a weather. But we've noticed bloom for 18 years, and that
speaks most favorablyof the from the for Lt. E. Thornton,
they hooked a chain between the our best bet to these would not be present to training course 1st Joseph
was get one
receive their diplomas. U.S. Air Force Jet engine me- eon! of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
two automobiles and pulled Mrs. from
a nursery which would
boys.We chanics.A Thorton of !Ralford.
Frazer's I back onto the street. bloom It was decided Instead of
( car ;> are fortunate to have such a few years. notableas graduate+ of Bradford High received the Air Medal near
having an out-of-town
She doesn't even know their teenage citizens among: us. NEWS And NOTES eight Well we years planted ago and our It looksas tree Commencement speaker, School, Airman Jackson will Pleiku, Vietnam.A .

names. It seems they were in too, Even such small incident as If that gardener was right that outstanding graduates now( 'be assigned.to Eglin AFB 'pilot a For m West Florida for duty with nalssance Airplane Company,
big a hurry'for more than a hurried this tends to offset) some of the Today's Homemakers .. ; and that we still have a long would deliver the addresses the Tactical Air Command. l/t. Thornton earned the award
thanks.So time to wait to have } James Brooks' subject was
of those who believe that the big, of
criticism By Martha Sue McCain beautiful "Our People." Zannle Stanley Before entering the service, he for combat aerial support
fragrant blooms
Mrs. Frazier came to The today's youth are all "going. to County Extension want. we spoke on "Our Heritage;" studied at St. Johns River ground operations< in Vietnam.A .

Telegraph office Saturday and re- hell in a hand< basket." S Shirley Colley on "Our Freedom Junior College In Palatka, and 1961 graduate of Union
Home Economics Agent" Jewell Powell "Our Santa Fe Junior. College in County High School, h* enteredthe
But at last :
we have a mimosa Galneavllle. Army in August tfrftl and
Part for Victory:" and Eva
that Is
doing well and
has been stationed to
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Faye Oalney on "Our Future. '
HOW WELL DO YOU EAT them. provides pretty/ patchof Airman Leon A. Williams, since last October.
On The band and chorus furnished -
. The Ordinance/ DogsIn color to the scene around
nephew of Fred E. Williams
A survey shows that only Rule 1:Avold getting fabrle our home. Oddly enough, the music for the occasion. .
half the households of the very soiled.' Some synthetic -
plants we got and set
recent months there havebeen pound:; any and all dogs found United States; have what is fibers used In durable press out have not done too well; Wl'h Our Service Men [1943] p- r -J

numerous complaints about running on the streets of the cityin called a good diet. This is due items absorb and hold on to the .one that Is thriving is a Gene Long, of Camp Bland- _
partly, of course, to poverty. oily soil, thus it's best to wash
of dogs running at large in violation of this article, and to volunteer on a former trash ing visited his parents in
But lot
packs a is due to bad eating often and avoid soil build-up. _
various sections of the city. keep them impounded until dis- habits heap Brooker before ,being transferred -
:", .< po: Just for the record, here's what Any such dog, which cannot be the nutrients it needs, here bing In a detergent paste or The armadillo which rooted Seaman second class W. C.
toe city ordinances say on the around our yard ami' nearly Crosby of Green Cove Springs
} captured and impounded as provided are some points in meal plan- liquid detergent before washing drove Sam himself
crazy got Naval Base, visited his .,
subject: ning. Serve food each day Test first parents
for herein, shall be destroy. on an inconspi- killed! on the highway In front during the weekend
from the
four food
"It shall be unlawful for dog groups: cuous area and make sure that of our place, thus solving! ( one
any ed by the city police. meat vegetable and. fruit- all items treated this way resist Pvt. Vasco Mo t. stationed
of any kind to run at large within milk and milk productsand fading if color fast, letdetergent of our minor problems. Anyone near Valdosta Oa., visited his

i the city limits, or to be upon We can't blame the dog, for bread and cereal. And serve a remain on the fabric who Is being pestered by the parents in Brooker recentl,'.

te,, streets of the city at any time, they can't read the ordinances and variety of foods. Monotony often for 10 to 15 minutes. On col- that armored we're little not pigs will that know the. Mesa Ruby Silcox and' Miss t
day or night, unless said dog is in don't know any better. Someoneis causes a lack of appetite. or-sensitive fabrics remove pest is gone. Martha Mathews. both former

aid automobile or other conveyance to blame however when packsof Many different kinds and greasy soil with a dry cleaning members of County Agent I*
or unless said dog is muz- forms of meat poultry and solution, then wash by hand In T. Dyer's office staff, have
zlpd' and is accompanied by its dogs are addowed to congregateand fish at the markets make It with a mild soap or detergent. so much driving, we see around the bodies the area of joined the WAVES. They left By Lynn Hamilton. of Southern Marine

run at large, disturbing the easy to serve a different! main Wash and rinse quickly roll last week for basic training
master, or some member of the many dead animals andwe Although a good boat driver okay sign meaning everything j

master's family, or unless said dog peace and becoming an actual weeks dish for or every longer.dinner Serve for a,variety two loosely dry. In a towel, and hangto hate to see .it, especially when City.Hunter College New York is essential when water skiing is fine, by forming an "O"

I is, fattened with a leash and held threat to the safety of childrenand of tastes. If the main Rule 2: Wish In small loads the victims are doga. All of the skier himself is the with the thumb and index finger
which reminds':! us of a ,turtlewe Quarterback-he calls the three fingers
signals while the other
ruby/ ita'master, or some other per. other in the neighborhood.But course includes a number of -sort first, of course and Tax Assessor
saw out in road
a near It is the driver's responsibility are extended out straight.;

jfison for the master.: the ordinance is clear. Per- foods in fat that serve are a sweet sour and dessert rich Save use the the right hang laundry tags or products.labels Santa Fe. The little rascal Adds To Staff to be alert and heed To signal for a reduction in I

|; "It shall be the duty of the chief haps we should blame those who such as sherbet or grapefruit that, !five laundry instructions. was the traveling down the middleof these signals, says Tom Darwin speed J the skier makes. fist I
tot intead of something sweet. road along a double- Mrs Odessa Mitchell} of water skiing adrvlsor; for and points. his thumb down-
,| | police, or other police officerst CAN read it, and still pay no at- Veal chops look.and taste different some Bleaching fabrics.with Read clorox and yellows follow stripe indicating a no-passing Starke, has been added to the' Evlnrude Motors. To increase speed, he does the

;* ?p capture, if possible, and to 1m- tention to its provisions. when seasoned with, manufacturer's. directions. zone, and apparently heedingthe staff of Tax Assessor Gene A rear view mirror Is a same but points his

dill, thyme. or sour cream instead Fabnic softeners reduce static admonition""do not cross Long aS a clerk. handy accessory for any ski up.When

of the usual reliable to- electricity make garments feel the double line. long said ,the employment of boat. It allows the driver to' a skier intend to I

matoes. Try new recipes! nju". softer and often help prevent CARD OF THANKS" an additional 'clerk was neces: keep an eye on the skier at, drop oU, he holds an open]
different foods. Make a col- wrinkling.Rule sary due to the increase of the all times; Without a mirror hand parallel to the water!
More than '
sR1p4 lection of nutritious recipes! 3 Use you may know, work load In Ms office. Priorto ah observer must pass along and against his throat to skI-
The Bradford County Telegraph a slice of red tomato, a sprigof equipment: your laundry the remembrances, expressionsof -this, there! had been no Increase to the driver the signals received rtfy cut. The signal to stop !
correctly. Warm and
or sympathy good wishes
p ESTABLISHED 1879 dark green; there are a cool water and : In the oaaeMor's! staff from the skier. Another the boat is an outstretched I
short wash helped lighten the heavy
t s number of garnishes that add since 1959.Long possibility! Is the use of arm and open hand.To I
L2 E. L., MATTHEWS Editpr and ;PublisherFlorida's color and as well as being rinse and. spin cycles are important. hours during: my recent Illness a two-way radio ,comnumlcatton change course, the skier points I
Use a wash and and said his office handled
wear speeded
my recov
tasty. system. These units, how to the direction he wants to |
0' Oldest or Durable press cycle if available I most all work Involved in
Weekly Newspaper Published Contlnonsly ery. am grateful for reaooefM- available '
c Ito, HOW TO CARE FOB commercially: allow go. ;,
Under The Same Masthead otherwise adjust the con the many prayers.-Rev. M. D. ment of Bradford County prop-
DURABLE FRfcSS skIer to keep In contact
dr trols Occasionally It may be necessary
G by hand. The heat and Medelros. erty under the "Just value.law" ,
with the
Durable sometimes driver at all times.If for the driver to I
press tumbling);) action of an auto-
called "permanent press"! Is matic dryer relaxes fibers and CONGREGATIONAL several year ago, without employing you're going to rely' on change course: : for a reason]

I eaca.Tb.urBday, ; and entered as Second Class :MAtttr at the Post Office available In apparel for men. removes wrinkles that occur METHODIST CHURCH an outside firm", say the,! use of hand signab! as not obvious to the skier. In I IfhU

( at Stark Florida under Act of March 3rd, 1879. women and children. Many during wearing and washing. Plnehall Congregational Methodist ing the county thousand" of most skiers do, Darwin recommends cav. he should always_ i4

household Item I such, as Turn the heat off for the last Church.! Brownlee dollars. that both skle'iand the'skier know by some sort

sheets, pillowcases; napkins, 10 minutes of the drying cycle. Road. Sunday School, 10 a. drivers become familiar: of
just what intends
Subscription In trade area: 1 year, $4.50; 6 months, $2.SO"bviside tablecloths, 'bedspreads( and As soon as the tumbling m. Preaching Service 11 a.m. ADDING MACHIXESt Man. with the ]
following signals developed !
trad* area: 1 year, $5.00; 6 month. 42.73 curtains carry "no iron labels". stops remove and hang gar Evening Service, 7:30: ( Special sal or electric. For isle er to do. Work oat a set of water
With a widening array of ments and curtains. Neatly rent. Add, subtract, credit 'bal by the American skiing: signals and you'll enjoy]

Ju J these items it Is Important to fold Items like sheets, tablecloths Singing. Everyone welcome/ ance. Bradford County Tale- Water Ski Association. the sport even more.

know'' how to take care of and, napkins. Rev. Andrew Varnes pastor. graph. _._ A skier gives the universal Happy boating .


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THURSDAY, MAY 30 I9B8 BRADFORD COfTNTT TKI.ECRArn. 8TARKR.! FTOTtlUA -.,.- Section' Tw...... l'a tree

Ittvymtw..v.rvttttn volunteering' please come. N. C. I Durant; America before the I II May 24, at the Theressa Com-' Firearms Regulations UnaffectedBy Alcohol and Tobacco Tax DI- !filar. Am No.For.illllHdwnrd : Bradford C...tr.

The siren, will be blown at Mrs. Reuben Holt and fam- Revolution Vaughan: Two muunlty House. A large number vision in Washington D. C. I H. Crew, Plaintiff
HAMPTON 1 : 3 o'clock; on Saturday. In case ily of Ft. Knox Ky. Is spend- I Thousand Years In Rome was present and Rev. Any questions from local VII Evelyn H. Crews Defendant.
Court's Decision
of' fire please call Wlllard ing several weeks with her Mertz: Traveler's Guide to Packham was presented witha High Haynes persons should be directed TO: NOTICE Evelyn H.OF Crew SUIT
Thomas at 4681577. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard'America's Art Norman; love offering In token of Miller says, to his office in P. O. Box 263
By Mr*. .Mary Williams FISH FRYA Thomas.Mr. Down Wild River North the appreciation and regardof I There has been no change of records to insure compliance Room 329 of the Post Office' Wade, North Carolina 83J*

:................................................... aIJ1 fish fry was held at the and Mrs. Calvin. Rich- Helmerlchs; the members. in Federal regulations, covering with Federal law. Building In Jacltsorlv1lle.1 Ynu action are for hereby divorce notified la. been thatan
home of Willard Thomas last ard and Toye spent Sunday YOUNG ADULT Bridal Shower the possession, sale, trans- "Occupational, transfer, -and Questions can be flloil usalnut you. and yow" arerequired
FARM BUREAU Saturday to raise money fortlhe with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Ad- fFl Christmas Card-IDlck- The Educational Building fer, or manufacture of fire- other taxes imposed 1 fcy the the office at P. O. Box 4999, written defenfi to m-rve..a If copy any at, to your it
The county Farm Bureau Little League and Minor kins.Mr. Ins; [NF] UFO's and IFO's of Hope Church was the set arms, according to the Alcohol National Firearms Act remainin I Jacksonville and the phone on Rucene: F. Shaw, Attorneyfor
held its regular quarterly League ball teams, and was and Mrs. Albert Birt ting on Tuesday evening May and Tobacco Tax Division of full force. plaintiff Went Call, whom" street,addrun, Htarke.Florida In14J '
j meeting at the old Hampton well attended by all. They and daughter, Sharon, Miss, SouleJUVENILE FICTION :21, for a bridal shower given the Internal Revenue Service "The Federal Firearms Act number is 791-2228. Jackson' .. and_ file the orleinafwith 1 .
elementary school meeting last cleared $101.SENIORS Sheila Brewer, Mr and Mrs.I BrlgMy' of the. Grand, Can- by the ladles of the church ''I In Jacksonville. a separate statute which regulates vllle. .tyl"d the Court Clerk on or o-f before the above June
Saturday night. They were en- NOTICEI Joe Blrt and Willie Stinson, nonHenry; Ooodby to the honoring Miss Mary Lou Bob Miller, head of the DI- the interstate ,transportation 81, 1468 : otherwise" .a Judgmentmay
tertained with music by the apologize for omitting two were weekend guests of Mrs. Jungle Townsend; and Qnann. whose wedding to vision Office in Jacksonville, of weapons, was not MIMEO STENCILS, and Ink. the relief be entered demanded a s.lni In t the yap Com-for
FFA agriculture boys, which of the seniors who will be Maggie Birt and the Gene JuanShannon, ; Thee Han- Norman [Butch] Redding says his office is still getting Involved In the Haynes case Duplicating machines and plaint or Petition.

was enjoyed by all. graduating on June 7. They Blrts. Sharon Bin Sheila nah DeAngell; This way to will be on June 21. Hanging numerous inquiries as a result and is not affected by the de supplies. Bradford County''of Witness said Court my hand on and lAth the, May seal,
Everyone brought a covered are Ronnie Knight and Ada Brewer, and Ronald Birt Christmas Sawyer; Firm over the gift table which was of misunderstandings causedby cision." Telegraph.In IRAN. .
dish and the evening was en Mae Thomas. graduates of 1968 were hon- Hand on the Rein- Staff on;1 covered by white lace over the U. S. Supreme Court'srul1ng is re:AD ;rf ?
The release made by I Charles A. Darby,
joyed by a good crowd. PERSONALSMrs. ored with a family dinner The Old Quary Fox Hunt -, pink, was a white umbrella In the recent Haynes Th* Clrrnlt Cttar* Of The I IKlKhth Ae Clerk Of Said Court
: FIRE DEPARTMENT: Miriam Kelly of Win- swimming and the movies.Mr. Johnson Hannah Elizabeth with pink ribbons and flow- firearms case. Some persons Harold A. Serr, director of the Jilillrlul; Court of Florida''I I I .1\/13\ "'::0.13

;, The volunteer fire depart- ter Haven spent the weekend and Mrs. Tommy Hen- -Rich; Betsy Back In Bed- ers. Adding to the decorations mistakenly believe they no I I
, Mr. and derson (of Starke have movedto Line- U lry; was a wedding cake flankedby ...
ment met Saturday at 3 p. m. with her parents. Udry; End of the < longer are required to report '
for fire drill at the Hampton Mrs. J. E. Adkins.Mr. one (of the houses west of Middle Island, Mystery Chan- tiny candelabra and flower possession or transfer of fire- ...--- SBr
I City Hall. There will be another and Mrs. Fonzer Thomas the railroad. dler; Paulo and The Wolf baskets on pedestals.! Miss Jo arms under the National Firearms -.
I drill June 1st at 3:30: p. and family moved last Mr and Mrs. Carl Brown Jenkins; Farmer Boy Ann Kuykendall won the prizeIn Act, Miller says. II .
m. and anyone Interested In. Thursday to RutherfOi' 1ten, and:! sons moved recently to Wilder; Gussuk Boy -J nnes; both games conducted by But a release which Miller .1. _.
t ; Starke. They purchased the The Weathermakers Boxa; Mrs. Dan Dodd. The honors I gave the Telegraph, from ,.
Plaza Motel north of Starke The Green Mountain Toy- received many beautiful and Washington D. C. headquarters -
Serving Florida( and have rented their home makersWilson: Pirns Ban- useful gifts for her home-to- of the Alcohol and Tobacco

Since 1950 here.Mr. en; Lost at the Fair-Sharp. be.Community Tax Division states: fI
and Mrs. A. B. Craver JUVENILE NON-FICTION HouseA "The recent decision by the fQ
c191o.It11m 'a s.In... I moved last week to Waldo. He The White Cat Aulony: I reminder that the Theresa U. S. Supreme Court in the I skit
expects his store to be Community House recreation '
open The Plymouth Thanksgiving Haynes firearms case has been
., ...,. -- .. .. -- .........,...... here for a short time. Welsgard; The Rise of Red I period each Monday misinterpreted by some fire- n

Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Mc- China Goldston; Swans evening, beginning at o'clock, arms dealers and others, as IIV : i .
Clellan and family and Mr. McCoy: The Story of World is open to community residents relieving them of the require- rIuS'MAI /r ,
Mrs. Carolyn Cordially and Mrs. Henry McClellanand Religious Savage; Gautama of all ages.PERSONALS ments imposed by the Na- i
family spent the weekend Buddha Kelen: The Christ tional Firearms Act.
Eaves Welcomes I I in Rutherfordton, N. C. Child petersham. Mrs. Daley Hersey and baby. "In the Haynes case, the
RepresentativePh. daughter, robin Mlchele, Court, held that the constitutional qr ..
96-1-5N2. You and Your AT THE LIBRARY m..a.......yy..yy.THERESSA. came home from Bradford privilege against self- .,

122 N. Bay St Family to Your County Hospital on Sunday.Mr. incrimination could be Invoked F.Ir I
Starke New Home NEW BOOKSADULT and Mrs. Bill Fisher against criminal charges
and son of Lake City were brought under the National :;..
NONFICTIONHard By Dorothy Mills Saturday visitors of Mr. and Firearms Act for falling to

The State of FloridaIt Traveling Allsop; Phone 473-4518 I, Mrs. Price Fisher. register a firearm or possess-' .a..
Welcome Proud Lady-Drum- Sunday visitors of Rev. and ing an unregistered fIrearm
Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and ham: Wolf to the Slaughter ..yyyWT..yT..TyT.. Mrs. Merle Packham were Mr. "The Supreme Court did

To Acquaint You With Your City.If mond; Colonial Sun Mark-! Hope Baptist Church and Mrs. Merle Packham Jr, not. In its decision, hold the
New Books now available at I and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips.Mr. National Firearms Act or any I r Pass the bucks
Sunday School 10 a. m.: -
the Bradford County Public and Mrs. P. C. Mabry of its provisions to be unconstitutional
you are new in the area, a phone Library: Morning Worship 11 a. m.: spent Sunday with Mrs. Mabry's -
ADULT FICTIONThe Training Union, 6:30: p. m.:I niece and her husband.::' The underlying I to us..bYD1ail! .
jective of the Act is to
call will bring you a prompt visit Black Wine Bennett; Evening Worship 7:15: p. m':1: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hess, in vent criminals from Ob-I
Wednesday evening Prayer I j In other words free .
from local hostess. Please give Casey-Stewart; The Wedding Dunnellon. On Sunday even- gangster-type weapons give yourself more "
your GroupTaylor; The Day We Service 7:30: p. m., with choir Ing the M a b r y s at- as machine guns and sawecl- time to do other things-or even to just be .

her a call! She has maps and many got Drunk on Cake Trevor; practice Birthday following Dinner the service.! tended the Baccalaureate Ser- off shotguns.. lazy on bright, warm days-by banking
at Dunnellon PresbyterIan -
I The Long Short Cut Oarne; .
free and wonderful gifts for you Rendell; Strike out where not Members of Hope Church Church for the high ed"Weapons by the National which are FirearmsAct cover here BY MAIL. Simply use your nearest

from local bUfl;in4l ses. applicable Freellng. honored their pastor Rev. school graduating class of may be legally acquiredand mailbox at any hour of any day or night,

The ue of Reason Begin Merle Packham with a birth- which two of Mrs. Mabry's possessed sublect to regulatory holidays. included. It couldn't be easier!
day dinner on Friday evening. John and Robert ,
a-- Durant; The Age of Voltaire nephews, requirements Iii
Hess, are members.
f Prayers and good wishes of "A person who possesses a I
I her many friends go to Mrs. gangster-type weapon Is still,
fI Malanar Hersey, who entered subject to criminal penaltiesif
I JilR l WaI'er'QJJtd AnnDUnCIS Amy I/ierBIG I Bradford' Countv Hospital in it made was, at any time. Illegally -. FWJLPMember
S'arke on Sunday. .
I I Mrs. Chester Searle, Jan "The record keeping and I ( ', : J : :: !
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anij': Duane Searle, Mr. and reporting obligations imposedon I "' _, ... '
q I Mrs. J. A. dnann and Miss firearms dealers, manufacturers -
Nor and importers by the
Mary Lou Onann visited
man IButchl Redding In National Firearms Act have Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

Tampa last Sunday. in no way been altered by the One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
YAI Friends of Mrs. Voncell 1 Haynes decision. IRS will con ,

f King will be glad to know tinue to conduct Inspections .
a \kMR. that she> .returned to her home I .
from Bradford County :Hos-

--- '" ... pital on Tuesday.
Weekend guests of Mr. and Before '
Mrs. Percy Sullivan, Jr., and "I, '!
I Percy III were her cousins. ...1

Becky and! David McLeod of ;..
St Augustine.!' Saturday VIs- *
itors of the Sullivan Jr's. were iOU Invest in any '

her uncle and aunt, Mr. and ;;
I Mrs. Treadwell Strickland, of i.
Belle Glade. Mr. and Mrs. '.-
Sullivan and Percy HI were new car find out '

dinner guests of her grand-, : .
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. C.
Conner Sunday evening In .1

,.s:=t A fIHI'r r ll ? laiasl aal Florahome. : why :,
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan quarter-million : ;
of Palatka visited his parents,
Mr. and Mrs Cleveland Sullivan 0

and their son Percy, Jr.,
and family on Sunday. Ford and Chevy owners ;
A belated "Happy Annlver-
the 3 aR. WINDSOR
I I sary" to Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland -
I Sullivan May 16, and
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sullivan, switched to Plymouth i
Mav 15. And Happy Birthdayto
"Miss Floy" for May 27.
Think About It

Henry Ward Beecher saidIt
: "No man can tell whetherhe
Is rich or poor by turning :Take the Unbeatable Test Drive
feel. the comfort and I
to his ledger. It is the heart luxury, but y u've got to drTvs..oThere's
that makes!' a man rich He is only one way to SMM Plymouth to find out

rich according to what he Is, thousands of people who The secret? Chrysler SKKKSS

Ewitfjutg: : n. i ito J not according: to what he has." other cars are sWitching to Plymouth: get behind all the "<

& MRS. J. C:WYRICKCordially \ 'i f l] FREE V1W A That's something to make us he wheeJ._ You_ can see the good Jooks. You can the Unbeatables difference for In the world. They dt\n't callus..
I Invite You I poor folks feel a little better! nothing.
L" Register for drawing! A
'1. attend the open house being 1fi I K 0 D'A K"Instamatic r'J
Marc Jackson -
\ held at their new home on mG8ii'\ '
't Saturday & Sunday 104fCamera
New Head
-- with film, flashcube & batteries
JUNE 1 & 2 ?
'State Road 100 1.4 miles. T-L on FREE BALLOONS FOR TilE KIDS! Of Lions ClubMarc

1 Grlffl! loop Rd. Go 1-2: mile house on GIFTS FOR EVERYONE!
FULL COLOR CATALOG Jackson was :Installedas
.left. Watch for the Open Home sign! OF HOMES AND COTTAGES! president of the Starke Lions .\ .
1 beautiful Club at a Ladles' Night held -"
I See how eiixlly you can own a
in the Lions Den
Q new homo .the Jim Walter Way Thursday
night May 23.
Built on your property almost anywhere.NO .
Other officers elected and installed
at this time were; Roy
a Burnham, 1st vice president;
. __ >'. A.H. Harley Jr., secretary-
/ I II
A" r_ I IJ treasurer; Inman D. Green, Tail
Twister and .Robert Firth Lion
Tamer. Installed as directorswere
r Nolan Woodburn, Maxie
Carter, Jr., Charles Zipperer,
and Mitchell Evans.

Ii ( County Judge T.A. Yawnwas
mtt the featured speaker on
II .-.
J I it u E1 L = S3 thin occasion ... t
/ r + Meet Trra --- : 1

'/ ; I would like; to !now more about your building and liSr2 ," \1'
financing plan. Pleaio/ lend m. a free catalog. I am mi.i EVERY PURPOSEJMlirrors .'

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"".c1y., aECTION: .... .i..PAGE- TWO STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 30. 1968

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25 Years
,,r AgoBy
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1I 1r -g J i
'iiR f
/ alco-
I .. I T
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Alice SIcGarrey
un' ,, ,
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LoV> uG ;

," There was a curfew law In topics
,,,iuU. ". Starke 25 years agowhich .
t:' 4M"1., : .. made It unlawful for boys and

i .; ;J JJi ,: ;% 1r girls under the Age of 10 to be By PAUL iS. VORAKER I

O/r.{/, / \ on the streets after a certain Editor. la/omatlo Santo. ..

mflA; A*otter Of Concern __ hour an adult.unless accompanied! by She might be a young icely to escape boredom; others .

; S8it. Vollle F. Manning and newly-wed, she might be a are beset by martial dim.

:'" rT- Matt Morgan patrolled the forty-Ish mother of several cultles and other problems

time immemorial, but that is no promised at Bradford High. First Thornton and Fred Sapp covered white-]ialred grandmother. All cope For these women, booze

excuse to ignore it now, or to neg- offenders will be called to the of- the southern part of three could easily be one of represents an opportunity to

$H i,, .feet attempts to strifle it. fice, Principal Temple says for a town. They reported that more Florida's 50,000 female alcoholics "forget" for a while, although
than 50 had reality always returns event.
: conference which will include young people
sjune"',can, be aid'of' the in- ents. Second offenders will par-be been sent home since the law The figure will stagger' ually.

[5.The ,ttyat some,; Jr te pareota given in'"F'' in physical educationand went into effect. many readers (tno pun Intended "Among/ husbands of alco
declared take place:: at our ]. Research shows ,that holic women" says Dr. Ruth
will have
:'' school: officials salp. In to repeat the course. Dr. O. L.. Haynes: veteran one out of every three or four Fox medical::! director for National

I reply to complaints' : of parents: 'f'his is g9od./? We believe the Starke dentist closed his office alcoholics In our Sunshine Council on Alcoholism,

at--recent School Board meeting principal means what he says. But In May of 1943 after 30 State and across America, for "there are .the,following types:

that they were aware of some school officials are limited in what years of practice in Starke, that matter-la a female.They're The long suffering martyr
where he was born. The office who mothers and spoils hitchildwife '
probably not as noticeable
theft student at Bradford do >
among they can with the personneland
was on the second floor over their male counter- ; the husband' ; wH.
i Higlt School- especially in the facilities they have to work the H. C. Wall Insurance / as female alcoholicsare leaves furiously( but comes

Physical( Education department, with. It will cost money to make Agency at the corner of Call parts.wives Many of successful men running back; the unforgiving

put that ,they were not aware itt ):Bradford l l gh's physical educa- and Thompson Streets. Dr. whose income Is sufficient. to I and self-righteous husband;

,xl8t: to. the extent the. parents. tion department anywhere near 7 Haynes had' been 111. but was make unnecessary their wives and the punishing sadistic

s t glad theft-proof although a hew checkout .4 making a slow recovery. holding down jobs. So these variety.

system to be built in the gymmay women can drink daily wIth- "There Is also the depend,
e parents said they were fed not be too far away. New American Legion officers i- in the sanctity of their homes ,ent male who expected ,to find!
up With purchasing. costly items to were Installed with B. 'M. without their friends and another mother In his wife,"

>Refurnish their children's physical But the problem will not disap- Montgomery, former Methodist neighbors knowing< anything continues Dr. Fox. "This man

Education clothing, or have t& ye- pear entirely even then. It probably ,pastor officiating about it Is hurt and bewildered at

:place i itepna of strejet clothes.: And can never' be stoppel alto- W. B. Sewell, president of Because of this, many peo- ''finding the woman he marriedthe

l that Is understandable. er. <'' the Florida Bank at Starke] ple automatical think of a one who put up such a

was installed as Post Com- man when ,the word "alco show of self-confidence.
School officials became somewhat What appears to be needed, and mander; A. J. Thomas, first holic" Is used. But as we've become just as dependent as

'' defensive' about their pas i- what would possibly do the most vice-commander; W, S. Slbley, stated, out of a hundred alco- he because of her alcoholism

tjon and that\ tooi, is underst .nd- good is a constant effort to catch second vice-Commander; A. J. holics, between 25 and 33 will It Is interesting to note''

ble. W offenders and to punish themwhen' +'i''i'N Thomas, Finance Officer; W. be women. that the ratio of alcoholic'

,' }:\ caught. :Parents have stir- H. Nollman. Chaplain; (Floyd The ratio of female-to-male women to men In England Is
What is
perhaps, more red the pot now, and action has '-. ,. .. ... Green Historian; John B. alcoholics Is on the Increase, one ,to two. England, of
th4n anythrng else is Orew, Sergeant-at-Arms; H.
> a, good, ,cooperative been promised. or so it seems. Only a few course. Is a nation where
effort by the schools A. Carlton, Service Officer years ago experts calculatedthe women drink without condem-

and the parents to solve this! pr6bfem. But we will need constant vigilan.ce and Post Adjutant.An ratio to be one In five. nation in the pubs along with

The most (d airable #/ort of ,\. an4 parents need to be con- item of Interest In May Soon It was one in four, and men. In Norway however,

a the confrontation would be to have stantly aware of the. problem their That Season's Here AgainFARMER1S 1943 was the equipping of the now it Is hovering betweenone where there is not this permissiveness -

a parents take a more helpful, and school faces. and four anJi one In toward women'sdrinking
local unit of the Florida Highway -
I |esa accusing< attitude and for Patrol, with short-wave three.There's. the ratio Is a startling !-

school\ officials to adopt an atti- We are interested less in placing radio. The broadcasting: sta- no proof that alcoholism one out of 23. And In

tude of positive action and be less the blame than we are in findinga DIARYthat tion, WJXJ reached the entire among women is Increasing Switzerland It is one out of

personally affronted. solution to a troublesome prob-- state. All patrol. cars had faster that it is 12.If
lem. Now that it has come to More rain during the week receiving and broadcasting among men, except that more you have a drinking problem -
Parents also have wetted down the woods and even tobacco has Its requirements are admitting their or know of someone
an obligation light perhaps it is not too muchto units installed. Citizens in women you
to teach children fields reduced the danger. of and that given problem and coming for treat- who does why not drop us a
I their to ardthe1.b'elonginp hope that parents and school need of the patrol. were urgedto
good and
the woods and moisture
burning care enough
gen- to information.
This related
could be
line for more
matter that call telephone 13, ing.
in a over
personnel will .work in
I together a erally speaking gave the coun- it will go on and produceIn the fact that much of the stig- Simply write FARP's Information -
the/ will not be a temptation to joint effort to remove the cause tryside a ,fresh, new green excess of a ton to the acre, Camp Blandlng. ma attached to alcoholism is Services Box 114T< ,

i Others.ri l.I l. of their complaints look, But the water ,table ia whereas stunted crops produce The 1943 ,baseball team of disappearing, and thus victims Avon Park. Fla. :33825. Or drop
still way down and it will takea only about half that amount. outpatient
I nearest FARP
: Bradford High School played especially women: may by your
lot of rain to it
= bring up locatedIn
I r Waldo and beat them 9 to 7. find it easier to seek treat clinic. They're
and to replenish the water lost We're still hearing bad reports Orlando
Miami, Tampa
i Playing for the local (team ment.
: $ ew Bother in the lakes. on the recent berry season and, Pensacola.
Jim Spear
which was the worst In were: Pitcher ; Some women drink excess-

I Around the area now one of many years. Some growers, we Catcher Fred; Dickman; First"

I II One night last week a car backed quested that we print an articleto the prettiest plants in bloom By Sam McGarvey hear, are having a hard ,time Base Base, Bobby Hubert McRae Prince: ;Second Third yYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyNEWS of from Starke a U.s., recently Air Force graduated technical

into the ditch on North Orange express: ; her appreciation to the Is the daubentonla [also paying up for fertilizer and Billy Burney Short school at Amarillo Air
Base. ;
known as the purple rattlebox big boost to the tobacco and other expenses related to the
Street in Starke, one wheel in the two Good Samaritans. Burt Prince Right Field, ABOUTSERVICE Force Base, Texas, where he
!'h>ttdmurotar"shoulder' ,"and ,.. .- .......- ,' -PIT,.fftUe-ROtaOAnjaJ"wi JilchJhaa."- corn plantings in the area. crop, and we hope they can Stop, Wilkinson; CenterField trained as an administrative : .

was unable to pull out under its So few people bother to become showy orange-colored. : flowersWe Corn particularly has responded hang on and make a good Edgar. Herbert Green: ; LeftField was speclaHIJt. He has Ibe enJI

involved these days, or bother to understand the plant was quickly to what It wants comeback next season. of the Pacific u
Own steam. Carlos Myers and sub- MEN assigned to a unit :
brought; to this country and for good growth "wet andwarm" I
help someone in distress even stitutes, Paul Dlnkins. George Air Forces at) TaclkawaAir
The lady driver Mrs. Ruth when it take cultivated, and later "wentwild" as the saying goes.We've Some years ago we got a In Japan. |
would f only a few Shuford, and R. W. Mosley. Base
Frazier local teacher had and now thrives along magnolia and planted It In A..A ails 1965
a no minutes of their time. Airman Williams la a
ditches In this area On many heard tobacco ware- our front yard and althoughit
time to be in distress however. Many of the boys of Brad- Airman Edward H. Jackson, graduate of RJE High School
occasions we've seen tourists housemen say that tobaccois is growing well, it ha not
"I'd like to
at least 'Thank
say ford High senior' class had son of Mr and Mrs. Blake and attended. Florida MemorialCollege :
stop and take pictures of the only a weed that it will do yet come in bloom. At the
Two teenage boys noting her
you', Mrs. Frazier told us. joined, the armed forces leaving Jackson, of :Starke, recently in St. Augustine..
very pretty plant. well no matter what and thatit time we were told by a home .
predicament stopped their car and the class with only 56 students graduated with honors at Cha- 669
So would we. The small inci- will grow well even In dry gardener that it would not
went to her aid. Very quickly to graduate. Some of nute Air Force Base Illinois -
Recent rains have given a weather. But we've noticed bloom for 18 that
they hooked a chain between the dent speaks most favorably of the best years, and these would not be present to :from the training course for 1st Lt. Joseph E. Thornton,

two automobiles and pulled Mrs. boys our from a bet was which to get would one receive their diplomas.It U.S. Air Force" Jet engine me- son! of :Mr. and Mrs. Elmer

FVazier'a, car back. onto the street. We are fortunate to have such bloom within a few years. was out-of-town decided Instead notableas of chanics.A graduate of Bradford High received Thorton the of Ratford Air 'Medal: 'recently near
having an
She doesn't even know their teenage citizens among us. NEWS And NOTES eight Well we planted our tree Commencement speaker, School, Airman Jackson will Pleiku, Vietnam.A .
years ago and it looksas
It in too now t>e assigned.,to AFB the 219th R coannalssance
names. seems they were Even such a small incident as If that gardener was right that outstanding graduates Bglin pilot in

brig: a hurry'for more than a hurried this tends to offset some of the For Today's Homemakers .. and that we still have. a longtime would deliver the addresses in West Florida for duty with Airplane Company,
the Air award
Tactical Command. L>t. Thornton earned the
thanks.So to wait to have the James Brooks' subject was
criticism of those who believe that By Martha Sue McCain beautiful "Our People. Zannie Stanley Before entering the service, he for combat .Aerial support of
fragrant blooms
Mrs. Frazier came to The today's youth are all "going to want. we spoke on ":"Our Heritage;" studied at St. Johna River ground operations'In: Vietnam.

Telegraph office Saturday and reIn hell ia a hand basket." County Extension Shirley Colley on "Our Free- Junior, College in Palatka, and A 1961 graduate of Union

Home Economics Agent r' But at last we have a mimosa dom;" Jewell Powell. "Our Santa Fe Junior. College in County High School he 1961 entered and
Gainesville. the
Army In August,
_' that is doing well and Part for Victory; and Eva
has been stationed In Vietnam
I On HOW WELL DO YOU EAT them. which, provides a (,pretty patchof Faye Gainey on "Our Future. Airman Leon A. Williams, since last October. '
The furnished -
Ordinance! Dogs color to the scene aroundour The band and chorus
A nephew of Fred E. Williams
survey shows that only Rule IrAvold: getting fabrle home. Oddly enough, the music for the occasion.
half the households of the very soiled. Some synthetic
mimosa plants we got and set -
recent months there havebeen pound; any and all dogs found United States: have what is fibers used in durable press out have not done too well; Wl'h Our Service Men [1943]

numerous! complaints about running on the streets of the cityin called a good diet. This' is duepartly items absorb and hold on to the one that Is thriving Is a Gene Long, of Camp Bland-
of course to poverty. oily soil, thus it's best to wash
packs of dogs running at large in violation of this article, and to But a lot Js
various. sections of the city. keep them impounded until dis- habits and wrong food choices.To me-treat heavily soiled heap 55. Brooker before being transferred a6r
POlled'' of as hereinafter provided. to Miami.
help your family get all areas or grease spots by rub- 6'
Just for the record here's what Any such dog, which cannot be the nutrients it needs here bing in a detergent The armadillo which rooted Seaman second class W. C.
paste or
) ordinances the around our yard and' : nearly r ,
tlpe city say on of
Crosby Green Cave Springs
captured and impounded as provided are some points in meal plan- liquid detergent before wash- drove Sam u
subject: crazy, got himself Naval Base, visited his par
ning. Serve food each day Ing. Test first on an Inconspicuous
for herein be destroyed killed on the highway In front ents during the weekend.
from the
"It fthall)) be unlawful for any dog by the city police." four food groups: area and make sure that of our place, thus solving one Pvt.
meat vegetable and fruit all items treated: this way resist Vasco Mott stationed
of kind to at large within of our minor problems
any run Anyone
milk and milk productsand fading. If color fast let near Valdosta, Qa, visited his
the city limits or to be upon We can't blame the dogs, for bread and cereal.! And serve a detergent remain on the fabric who Is being pestered by the parents in Brooker recently

t.tfye streets of the city at any time they can't read the ordinances and variety of foods. Monotony often for 10 to 15 minutes. On col that armored we're little pigs will know Miss Ruby Sllcox and: Miss
not that the
day or night, unless said dog Is in don't know any better. Someoneis causes a lack, of appetite. or-sensitive fabrics remove pest Is sorry Martha Mathews, both former

an; automobile or other convey- to blame however when packsof Many different kinds and greasy soil with a dry cleaning gone.. members of County Agent L.

a>ce, or unless said dog is muzzled forms of meat, poultry and solution, then wash by hand In T. Dyer's office staff have
driving the
and is accompanied by its dogs are addowed to congregateand fish at the markets make It with a mild soap or detergent. so much, we see around the bodies area of Joined the WAVES. They left By Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine

master or some member of themaster's run at large, disturbing the easy to serve a different! main Wash and rinse quickly, roll many dead animals and we last week for basic training at Although
a good boat driver everythingis
okay sign meaning
dish for every dinner for two loosely in towel Hunter College New York
family unless said dog and becoming actual a and hang hate to ,
or peace an weeks or longer. to see it, especially when is essential when water skiIng fine, by forming an "O"
; a var- dry.Rule City.
is, fastened with a leash and held threat to the safety of children iety of tastes. If the main 2: Wish in small loads the victims are dogs. All of the skier himself Is the with, the thumb and index finger

and other in the neighborhood.But course includes a number of -sort first of course and which reminds us of a turtle Tax Assessor quarterback-he calls the signals while the other three fingers -
we saw out In a road near It Is the straight.To
per59nr foods that are sweat and, rich use the right laundry driver's responsibility are extended out
the ordinance is clear. Per- in fat. serve a sour dessert, Save the hang tags or products.labels Santa Fe, The little rascal Adds To Staff to be alert. and heed signal for a reduction in

;, "It shall be the duty of the chief haps we should blame those who such as sherbet or grapefruit that Rive laundry instructions. was traveling down( the middleof these signals, says Tom Dor- 'speed! the skier makes a list
intead of something sweet. the road, along a double- Mr*. Odessa :Mitchell, of win water skiing aivUor: for. and points his thumb down.
Jof\ police or other police officers CAN read it and still no at- Bleaching with clorox yellows stripe indicating !
pay Veal chops look and taste different fabrics. a no-passing Starke, has been added to the Kvlnrude Motors. To Increase speed. he does the
:tf capture if possible and to im- tention to its provisions. when .seasoned with some manufacturer's. Read and directions.follow zone, and apparently heedingthe staff of Tax Assessor One A rear view mirror Is a same but points hU thumb

dill, thyme or sour cream Instead Fabric softeners reduce static the double admonition""do not cross Long afc a clerk. handy accessory for any ski up.When
r of the usual reliable to electricity, make garments feel Long said the employment of boat. It allows the driver to a skier Intends to

., matoes. Try new recipes ajrf sorter and often help prevent CARD OF THANKS an additional clerk was neces keep an eye on the skier at' drop off, he holds an open
different foods. Make a collection wrinkling More sary due ,to the Increase of the all times: Without a mirror, hand parallel to the water

J PID4 The of nutritious reclpe&- Rule 3: Use the than you may know, work load In Ms: office. Prior ah observer must pass alongto and against his throat to 61C-
Bradford your laundry remembrances
County Telegraph a slice of red tomato, a sprig equipment of to-this, there had been no Increase the driver the signals received rnfy cut. The signal to stop
correctly. Warm
or sympathy and
good wishes
Q ESTABLISHED 1879 of dark green: there are a cool water and short wash, helped lighten. the heavy In the s eseor'a. otaff from the skier, An- the boat is an outstretchedarm
number of garnishes that add other possibility ta the use of and hand.' To
rinse since 1959.
1 : i E. and spin cycles are 1mpol'tant. hours during recent Illness
Editpr ,and ;Pu U..herFlorida's color and as well as being a two-way radio communication chang course the skier points
Use a wash and wear and speeded my recovery Long said his office handled
0 tasty. system. These units how" to the direction he wants to
gat Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published Continously or Durable press cycle if avail I am most grateful for all work Involved In reassessment available '
( HOW TO CARE FOB commercially, allow go. ,
/ Under The Same Masthead. DURABLE PRESS able, otherwise adjust the con- the many prayers.-Rev. M. D. of Bradford County prop- the skier to keep In contact
trols Occasionally It be necessary
by hand. The heat and Medelros. may
erty under the 'just value law"several
with the ,times.
driver at all
Durable press sometimes tumbling action of an auto- for the driver to I
called "permanent press" Is matic dryer relaxes fibers and CONGREGATIONAL years! ago without employing' If you're going to rely on change ,course for a reason I

Published' /. acJx, .Tbursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office available in apparel for men removes wrinkles that occur METHODIST CHURCH an outside firm saving the use of hand signals! as not obvious to the skier. In ''

at Starke Florid under Act of March 3rd, 1879. women and children. Many during wearing and washing. Plnehall Congregational: Methodist the county: thousand U of most skiers do. Dorwln' recommends this cane,, he should always lei

household itamp* such, as Turn the heat off for the last Church, Brownlee dollar that both skiers the'skier know by some sort I

.sheets. pillowcases; napkins, 10 minutes of the drying cycle. Road. Sunday School 10 a. and drivers become familiar
Subscription la trade area: 1 year 4.60; 6 months. $250 tablecloths. 'bedapi ads and As soon as the ADDING MACHINES! Man- of signal Just what he Intendsto I
tumbling m. Preaching Service 11
Outside; trade area: 1 year, $5.00; 6 montha, 42.78 curtains carry "no iron labels", stops, remove and hang gar Evening Service, 7:30.: Special a.m. nal or eletrl For ..Ie.*. with the following signals developed do, Work cut a set of water I

11 With a widening!. array of ments and curtains. Neatly rent. Add, subtract, credit balance by the American: skiing signals and:you'll enjoy

tu these items, it is important to fold Items like sheets, table- Singing. Everyone welcome. /.. Bradford County Telegraph. Water Ski Association.; the sport even more.

know' how to take care of cloths, and. napkins. Rev. Andrew Varnes, pastor. .._ A skier gives the universal Happy boating.. .


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THURSDAY. MAY 30. 1968 BRADFORD COUNTY TKUKGRAm.!: STARKR. FLORIDA __ _ Section Twi_-.Padreavyvy .

yyyyyy 'trvyyyyRHAMPTON volunteering please come. N. C.Mrs.. Durant; America before the May 24, at the Theressa Com- Firearms UnaffectedBy Alcohol and: Tobacco Tax Division !. Aid For. Bradford c....,..
Regulations 'AN" NO.jmHdwitrrt :
The siren will be blown at Reuben Holt and family Revolution Vaughan: Two muunity House A large num- in Washington, D. C. 1 tt. Crew., Plaintiff, f fvs
3 o'clock on Saturday. In case of Ft. Knox Ky. is spend- Thousand Years In Rome ber was present and Rev. Any questions from local ICvelyn II, Crew Defendant.
of' fire please call Willard ing several] weeks with her Mertz; Traveler's Guide to Packham was presented with High Court's Haynes DecisionThere persons should be directed. NOTICE OF SUIT

Thomas at 468-1577. parents Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard America's Art Norman; a love offering in token of Miller says, to his office in P.TO:O.Evelyn Box: 263 H. Crew
Br Mr* -Mary FISH FRYA Thomas. Down Wild River North the appreciation and regardof has been no change of records to insure compliance [- Room 325 of the Post Office wade North Carolina M3SS /
AAA AAAA1 fish fry was held at the Mr. and Mrs. Calvin. Rich- Helmerlchs: the members. in' Federal regulations covering with Federal law. I Bulldnir'in! Jacksonville.' nn You action are for hereby divorce notified has been that
home of Willard Thomas last ard and Toye spent Sunday YOUNG ADULT Bridal Shower the possession, sale, transfer "Occupational, transferand, Questions can be mailed to filed "lfalnllt. you and you are
FARM BUREAU Saturday to raise money for with Mr. soot< Mrs. J. O. Ad-I [tP] Christmas Card.-(Dick- The Educational Building or manufacture of firearms other taxes Imposed by the I the. office at P. O. Box 4999, required written d..n"to serve....a If copy any of to your It
The county Farm Bureau the Little League and! Minor kins.Mr. Ins; [tNP] UFO's and IPO's of Hope Church was the setting according to the Alcohol National Firearms Act remainin I on Rtivene:, F. Shaw Attorneyfur
and the
'held its regular. quarterly League ball teams, and was and Mrs. Albert Birt on Tuesday evening, May and Tobacco Tax Division of full force. Jacksonville phone I Iv1lle. .Plaintiff Went Call whone Street addrex., Htarke.l lMi Is
(meeting at the old Hampton well attended by all. They and daughter, Sharon Miss SouleJUVENILE FICTION 21, for a bridal shower given the Internal- Revenue ServiceIn number Is 791-2228. Jackson. Florida, and file the orl..lnalwith
[elementary school meeting last cleared $101.SENIORS Sheila Brewer, Mr. and Mrs Brighty of the Grand Can by the ladles of the church Jacksonville. "The Federal Firearms Act, the. Clerk of before the. abovestyled
a separate statute which regulates Court on or June
'Saturday night. They were entertained NOTICEI Joe Birt and Willie Stinson nonHenry; Ooodby to the !honoring Miss :Mary Lou Bob Miller, head of the Division the interstate. ,. 21, 19611; otherwise. a Judgmentmay
with music by the apologize for omitting two were weekend guests of Mrs Jungle Townsend; and Qnann, whose wedding to Office in Jacksonville, be.entered nlnt you for
portation of weapons, was not MIMEO STENCILS, and Ink. the relief' demanded In the Complaint
FFA agriculture boys which of the seniors who will be Maggie. Birt and the GeneBlrts. JuanShannon; Thee Hannah Norman [Butch] Redding says his office Is still !getting Involved or Petition.
the Duplicating machine. and
Haynes case
was enjoyed by all. graduating on June 7. They Sharon Birt Sheila DeAngell; This way to will be on June :21. Hangingover numerous inquiries as a resultof ', Witness my hand and the final
and Is not the de-II County
affected supplies. Bradford .
by 'of nth, ,
aald Court onl May
Everyone brought a covered are Ronnie Knight and Ada Brewer and Ronald. Dirt Christmas Sawyer; Firm the gift table, which was misunderstandings causedby cision." Telegraph. I U8S.
'dish and the evening: was en- Mae Thomas. graduates of 1968. were hon- Hand on the Rein.- Steffanj; f covered by white lace over the U. S. Supreme Court's I II I (SEAL) :
Joyed by a good crowd. PERSONALS ored with a family dinner The Old Query Fox Hunt -I pink, was a white umbrella, ruling In the recent Haynes The release was made by i I In The drf-nlt '.,. Of The I i A.Charles Clerk Of A.SaidCourt Darby.
FIRE DEPARTMENT ;Mrs. Miriam Kelly of Win- swimming and the movies. Johnson Hannah Elizabeth with pink ribbons and :flow- firearms case. Some persons Harold A. Serr, director of the KlKfhlh' Jiullrliil: Court of KL.rl.lu1 I 1 I 5/23 U.13:

The volunteer fire depart- ter Haven spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Hen- -Rich; Betsy Back In Bed- ers. Adding to the decorationswas mistakenly believe they iIIO< I
ment met Saturday at 3 p. m. with her parents, Mr. and derson of Starke have movedto Udry; End of the Line-Udry! a wedding cake flanked longer are required to report
for fire drill at the Hampton Mrs. J. E. Adkins. one of the houses west of Middle Island. Mystery Chan- by tiny candelabra and flower' possession or transfer of fire- w- ".g
City Hall. There will be an- Mr. and Mrs. Fonzer Thomas the railroad.Mr dler; Paulo and The Wolf baskets on pedestals. Miss JoAnn arms under the National Firearms -. IE
other drill June 1st at 3:30: p. and family moved last, and Mrs. Carl Brown Jenkins; (Farmer Boy Kuykendall won the prizein Act Miller says. it '
m. and anyone Interested I In, Thursday to Rutherfordton,, and:! sons) moved recently to Wilder; Gussuk Boy -Jennes; both games conducted by But a release which Miller 1 rr r/ .. ':
Starke. They purchased the The Weathermakers Boxa; Mrs. Dan Dodd. The honor gave the Telegraph, from /r'I '.' r1
Plaza Motel north of Starke The Green Mountain Toy- received many beautiful and Washington D. C. headquarters ,.
Serving Florida and have rented their home makersWilson; Pirns-Ban- useful !gifts for her home-to- of the Alcohol and To- '/ a I IMflt
l Since 1950( here.Mr. en: Lost at the Fair-Sharp. be.Community bacco Tax Division states:
and Mrs. A. B. Craver JUVENILE NONFICTIONThe House "The recent decision by the
tvemlJ. "a c e ;:ii 8n.. moved last week to Waldo. He White Cat Aulony: A reminder that the Ther- U. S. Supreme Court In the I
.e..y expects his store to be Thanksgiving essa Community House recreation -
open The Plymouth Haynes firearms case has been
.., ... .. -- ...."...... here for a short time. Welsgard; The Rise of Red period each Monday misinterpreted by some firearms -

Mr. and Mrs Dewey Mc- China Goldston; Swans evening, beginning at o'clock, dealers and others, as i '
Clellan and family and Mr. McCoy: The Story of World is open to communuity residents relieving them of the require- orrr/ ,

Mrs. Carolyn CordiallyEaves and Mrs. Henry McClellan Religious Savage: Gautama of all ages.PERSONALS ments imposed by the National // M'us
and family spent the weekendIn Buddha Kelen; The Christ Firearms Act.
Welcomes/ Petersham. !Mrs Doley Hersey and baby "In the .. .
Ij// Rutherfordton N. C. Child Haynes case, the ;
Representative daughter Tcobln Michele, Court, held that the constitutional [ :.:.
Ph. 964-5812 You and Your AT THE LIBRARY rvvvwy.......+ym y' came home from Bradford' privilege against self- :
122 N. Bay St. Family to Your County Hospital on Sunday. incrimination could be invoked -
Starke New Home NEW BOOKSADULT THERESSABy Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fisher against criminal charges SI
and Son of Lake City were brought under the National
NONFICTIONHard I Dorothy' Mills Saturday visitors of Mr. and Firearms Act, for falling to JL'fr'i ,'. ,, .
The State of FloridaIt Traveling Allsop: Phone 473-4318 Mrs. Price Fisher. register a firearm or possess-I
Welcome Proud Lady-Drum. Sunday visitors of Rev and ing an unregistered firearm. A
Is Our Desire To Make\ You Feel Welcome and ham; Wolf to the ..TT. .Y Mrs. Merle Packham were Mr. "The Supreme Court did

To Acquaint You With Your City.If mond: Colonial Slaughter-j Hope Baptist Church and Mrs. Merle Packham Jr, not, in its decision hold the
New Books now available at 1 I and ;Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phillips.Mr. National Firearms Act or any I r Pass the bucks
Sunday School 10 a. m.:
the Bradford I and Mrs. P. C. Mabry
County PublicLibrary of its provisions to be ...
unconstitutional -
in the phone 11 m. .
you are new area, a Morning Worship a. : spent Sunday with Mrs. Ma- '
ADULT: FICTION Training Union, 6:30: p. m.:!I bry's niece and her husband'', The underlying objective \. to us. .by mail :
visit of the Act is to
call will bring a prompt prevent -
Worship 7:15: m.;
Evening p.
The Black Wine Bennett: I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hess, in criminals
from I
from your local hostess. Please give Casey-Stewart; The Wedding Wednesday:: evening Prayer j Dunnellon. On Sunday even- gangster-type weapons obtaining suchas In other words, give yourself more free ,
Group Taylor; The Day We Service 7:30: ( p. m., with choir[ Ing the M a b r y s attended machine guns and sawed- time to do other things-or even to just be :
her a call! She has maps and many got Drunk on Cake Trevor; practice following the service. the Baccalaureate Ser- off shotguns.. on bright days-by
lazy warm banking
Birthday Dinner ,
The Long Short Cut Oarne; vice at Dunnellon Presbyterian .......
free and wonderful gifts for you Handel!; Strike out where not Members of Hope Church Church for the high ed"Weapons the which are cover) here BY MAIL. Simply use your nearest '

from) local businesses. applicable Freellng. honored their pastor, Rev. school graduating class of Act by may be National legally Firearms acquiredand mailbox at any hour of any day or night,

r The age of Reason Begin- Merle Packham with a birth- which two of Mrs. Mabry's possessed subject to. regulatory holidays included. It couldn't be easier!

-- Durant_m; The___ Age of Voltaire day dinner on Friday evening nephews) John and Robert requirements. ,I rd
Hess, are members.
I Prayers and good wishes of "A person who possesses a!I
her many friends go to Mrs. gangster-type weapon Is still j.
'AffDL1fz AnyfherBC Malanar Hersey, who entered subject to criminal penaltiesIf FLORIDA I

I fm I aIfcr7 S'aike Bradford on County Sunday.: Hospital In it made was or, at transferred.any time Illegally -.I, .

... Mrs. Chester Searle, Jan "The record keeping and I I :;;". ': tI1E.i1UiI: "' :: !

ani:! Duane Searle, Mr. and reporting obligations Imposedon I ,-1"" ,i' I! ,,, : ,; \. J
Mrs. J. A. Gnann and Miss firearms dealers! manufac- .
Mary Lou Onann visited Nor- turers and Importers, by the
man [IButchl! Redding in National Firearms Act, haveIn Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. .

Tampa last Sunday. no way been altered! by the One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group
Friends of Mrs. Voncedl Haynes decision. IRS will con. ,
King will be glad to know tine to conduct inspections I .
that she returned to her home I .
from Bradford County Hospital -
on Tuesday. .
Weekend guests of Mr. and Before
," t Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr., and M.. .a1!
5 Percy III were her cousins ...1

Becky and David McLeod of ,,;

itors st. Augustine of the Sullivan Saturday Jr's. were vis-: jog invest in any '. "':> 'i

her uncle and aunt, Mr. and ,
Mrs. Treadwell Strickland of
Belle OtlaxJe. .Mr. and Mrs. iiV

Sullivan and Percy HI were new car find out "c
dinner guests of her grandparents -. ; ', ".:
Mr. and Mrs. G. C.
"" Conner, Sunday evening in '
"- r, t r 't' NRIa 1! and Mrs. Percy Sullivan a quarter-million

of Palatka visited his parents. N
Mr. and. Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan -
and their son, Percy, Jr.. '
and family on Sunday. 'ord and Chevy owners ;1'

the 3 BR. WINDSOR A belated "Happy AnnIver- FI
sary" to Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland
Sullivan, May 16, and'
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sullivan. I switched to Plymouth ;;lble 1
Mav 15. And Happy Birthdayi I
i "Miss Floy" for May 27.
Think About H

Henry' Ward Beecher saidit
: "No man can tell whetherhe a-
is rich or poor by turningto 'Take the UnbeataThere's ] Test Drive
feel the comfort and luxury,but you've got to drW
:his ledger. It is the heart i
-n that makes a man rich He is only one way to find out why so many Plymouth to find out how different cars can be.
4 rich according to what. he is. thousands of people w ho used to be happy with The secret? Chrysler
Corporation And It makes l<
'"-'"" DOM Pidei not according! to what he has." other cars are swltchln g to Plymouth: get behind
MR. &:MRS. J. C. WYRICK \ fiT1i Emtutq That's something to make us 'l the wheel. You the all the difference In the world.. They don't call ijs
can secSTARKE )
good looks. You can the Unbeatables -- "
Cordiallyto poor folks feel a little better! for nothing.. .-
houseYou .1 ;L'I Register for FREE drawing! \
attend the open I KODAK '
\ held at their new home on I Marc Jackson ..

Saturday & Sunday '.. ill "Instamatic' 104" Camera :.
New Head
-- flashcube & batteries OJ

"JUNE 1 & 2 "' with film, :
DIRECTIONS: From Starke go pant on FREE I
I : State Road 100 1.4 miles. T-L, on FREE BALLOONS FOR THE KIDS! Of Lions ClubMarc

'Griffin Loop Rd. Go 1-2 mile, houne on GIFTS FOR EVERYONE! + I i
FULL COLOR CATALOG Jackson was Installed v
,left. Watch for the Open House signal OF HOMES AND COTTAGES! I as president of the Starke Lions .
\ Club at a Ladles' Night held -
See how easily you can own a beautiful
Q new home the Jim "'alterVay.. lin the Lions Den Thursday
night May
Built on your property almost anywhere.I ,
I Other officers elected and In-
stalled at this time were; Roy
I/ )) ., Burnham, 1st vice president;
ISl : A.H. Harley Jr., secretary-
/ treasurer Inman D. Green, TaLl
; Kpsdw
, ,/t Jr 3'yllleet
Twl' ter, and Robert Firth, Lion
I Tamer. Installed as directorswere
I Nolan Woodbum. Maxle

, Carter, Jr., Charles Zlpperer, YS 8YM c /
1 and Mitchell Evans.

/Y County Judge T.A. Yawnwas ..
the featured speaker on -
/ I o this occasion. .
EH != '

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e r would like know about building and lot ; "I1
u I ; to more your ,\
financing plan. Please tend me a free catalog. I amy m FOR EVERY PURPOSEItlirrors 1

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-- I more fishing news this Is ST. MARK'S

I your old rolling fisherman EPISCOPAL CHURCH
_I VOICE of theSPORTSMAN hanging out his line GONE I Holy Eucharist 2nd, 4th

FISHING I IServices I and 5th Sundays. 8 a. m.
II I Church School Each Sun-

Held day, 9:45: a. m.
ByMike Holy Eucharist 1st and<
I For: Mrs. Crews 3rd Sundays: Morning. / Prayer -
9 Chilly 2nd and 4th Sundays; Litany -
Phone 475-2171 In Jones Chapel and Ante-Communion, 5th 4' #u 44 r4, '<"' S si.i' y -%

Sunday: 11 a. m.
I Mrs. Maude Cowling Crows

I 83, died Saturday in Jacksonville FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

HViJHor; : ; eportar: Jtans, this' Is your I caught on the ,brush around piles the'' home, where since: 1038 she,had moving made there her ST.1RKB -- -
V n1U -flaherman with the bass and bream '
...V** new The shellcrackers: (Mrs. Crews was born in 0:45: a.m. Morning Worship, I
..,, : CHURCH
& back. ', on": the' beds (till crackers on the sandbars.\ .I Sunday-9:4: } a. m. Sunday cuuiqcii, CHURCH CHURCH
November 11 a.m. Youth Choir Practice,
Orlfftnj Those catching' fish from Bradford County on School. 11:00: a. m. Morning Schedule of services: Sunday 10 10 ... m
KttUfay.-according to Roy Sunday School. a. m. School
4, '1882 the daughter of the 4:30: ( p.m. Youth Choir Supper Sched' e of services: Sunday Sunday
: and the specs are stilljavinson..the Gainesville were: Mr. and I late John Bryant and Emily 5:45: p.m. Training Union, ,Worship 6:00: p. m- Training School, 10( a.m. Worship 11 School. 8:45 a. m.. Morning Morning/ Worship, 11 a. m. Morning Worship 11 ... m.;
\\$ brush, piles. Mrs. Pete Foley caught' 45 Roberts ''Dowlinjf. She was the 8:15.: WMU 'Prayer Circle, Union. 7:00: p. m. Evening and 7:30 Worship 10:45: ... m. and 7 p. m.-Rev. JLeland A. I Evening Worship 9 p. tn.i
"Ortrfln's "LaSge. east shore bream; Fred Wiggens had,: 6 widow of A. S. [Smith Crews 7:15.: Evening: Worship 7:30.: Worship. a.m. 6:30 : p.m.Rev.Training Jack Training Union. 6:45: p. m. Baker pastor. Prayer Meeting Wednesday
12 7:36 1 Prayer Union : p-m. -
<<.Sartta Fe] reports a fairly bass, largest one weighing 5 a former Starke. attorney. (l'.Ionday-Brotherhood' MeetIng -' Wednesday : Wednes-: Stolte Evening Service 7::45.. MIdWeek Thursday Visitation,. 10a. 8 p. m. Sinn each Friday at S
1+ Bartlett and Services. 1st and 3rd
,'t ood week.'Blll Reynolds and pounds; Jerome Surviving 1'j' one brother. 7:30: ( p.m. WMU business Family Prayer Service Wed- m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Rev. Haney Lane. .....
(party spent Friday night. at Marvin Alexander had 32 E.E. Cowling1 of Dublin, Ga.; meeting:, 7:30: p.m.TuesdayCircle. nlght-7:00: p. m. I LAKE nesday, 7:45: p. m tor.
'orifflna, and fished till noon specs; and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil and one sister Mrs James R. ( 1 meets at Night I NEW RIVER BAPTIST
I Saturday and caught 6 'bass Spooner caught 25 BP clt. From Kelly, of Tallahassee. church, 9.;.30( a.m. CHVBCHlKIbw I BAPTIST SMYRNA MISSIONARY I 'CALVARY BAPTIST
.HMrirarvdAirs./ Charges Morris Jacksonville, were:.Mr. and I I Funeral services were held Wednesday-Prayer Meeting, HOPE BAPTIST Sunday. School 9:43: a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH : Sunday School. 10 a. m..
Mrs. George Ellis had 35 Practice *y aGO at Thereee} Morning Worship 11 a. m. School. 10 a. m.
.of Jacksonville caught 35 at 2 Sunday in Jones 7:30 p.m. Church Choir 63.: W. Pratt St. Sunday Morning Worship il a. m. Sunday
..ftellcrackers ,Ofl; ,he sandbar., bream and 20 specs: David Memorial p.m.Chapel with Charles 8:30.: eunday School 10. .. m. Training Union 6:15: p. m. services: Sunday School.) 10 Trainlnr Union. 7 p. m. Evening Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Ralph Jones and son of Jack- Plummer had 25 specs; Mr.I Reese, minister -of the First I Morning Worship-11 a. m.m.1 Evening Service 7:30 p. m. a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. / Worship, I p. m. Training Union. 8:30: p. m.
10 shellcrack- and Mrs Al Orpenway had 36 EVERGREEN BAPTIST Training Union-6:30: p. Midweek: Prayer Service, .
,.sjorwllte, caught I Christian Church of Starke I Training Wednesday night service, Evening Service 7:30.: Prty
v; rs arid :&'bass 'on Saturday, bream and shellcrackers. Mr. officiating. Interment was In SETS; IIOMECOMLNG: : Evening Worship 7:15: Wednesday '7::30 p. m. Come Union. 5:43: p. m. 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome. Mee inc, Wednesday 7:80:
Thomas, of Starke (IB d t Church let us worship together. Rev. Evening Wcmhlp, 7 p. m.
apt a
and Mrs. Evergreen
and 2 bass and 20 shellcrackers Oreek .fl5. .
i : the family plot In Swift -L. L. Parker pastor p. m.-Rev. R. H. Butlespastor
on 'Sunday. Roy guidedMr. had 25 specs; Donald .Hunt Cemetery in Union County with will hold its annual Homecoming : Wednesday Nignc Prayer Allen Price, pastor. Everyone welcome .- Elder!:] I .

Zellner Saturday and got and Harry Fowler of Hawthorne DeWitt .,q bass. Roy went back out had 30( specs' Mr. and charge of arrangements. I dinner on the grounds at 3 I Merle Packham. pastor. IIE1LBRONN BAPTIST .,
"that evening! and caught: 5 Mrs. Paul Fergosl had 44 II I p.m. There, will(be special singIng Sunday' Bcnooi. II a. m FIKST PRESBYTERIAA I Sunday: Bible Study 10 CHURCH. HIVVAY 16 N.
.more bass. shellcrackers and bream; and In the afternoon featuringthe i Church Or: ..eau. Christ Of Morning Worshi ,. 11 a. m a. m.; Morning! Worship and
*Jt.i4.report..from Shlpman's Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Ray of Services Held Golden Gate Trio of Jack Latter-day .Saints Pre- erv1ote Booster.band. I Sunday School '::45 a. fe. Communion Service 11 a. in- Sunday School. 9:45: a. m.

cWnp;: [west shore Santa Fe Earlton peach! caught :30 For: Mrs. HarrisIn sonvllle. Everyone welcome.,, [416 East Call St.] Young .!"esp2.l., and Prayw Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening services 6:09.: Morning Worship. 11. Training
vtells us that specs were being bream and p bass. Come and ;bring: your .singers Services: Service], 6 p. m. Evenln I Youth Fellowship 6 p. m. Wednesday Worship! serv- Union. 7 p. m. Evening/ Serv-

Slim's F1sh-' .-Stuff (Key- Gadara Church I 1 Priesthood 8:45: ; Sunday Worship 7 ... m. Midweek Choir Fraotiee Wednesday. vice, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
-1'0... .. stone] reported the following FIRST BAPTIST (CHURCH School 10:00: () Sacrament dervioe. I I 8 p.m. ice 7 p. in. Minister Jack P. Service, 7:30: ( Rev. L. Tommy
Harris, 65, widow Wednesday. 7:30
Rose GHsson STAllKli [ : p I! bell. .
caught a 11:00. Howe pastor.STARKE .
catches Bill Jones :
: of Rev. Curtis C. Harris, m. E. R. Bowers, D. D. pastor. Her. Robert D. Burch. _
7 314 lb. bass on a Dalton Sunday Brotherhood meeting Branch President
died Tuesday In a Macclenny
Special at Levys Prarle; Oene Hospital after an extended Ill- and breakfast at the I Dean Haneen 804-6278. T
Williams caught an 8 114: lb.> ness. She was born in the Mc- church, 7:30: a.m. IS u n dayS I
bass at Half Moon Lake .on< a. Rae settlement in Clay Coun- 0 0 1, 8:45: a.m. Morning BETHEL BAPTIST CHUBCB II

Bass Rouser. ty on March 18. 1903 and was Worship at 11; sermon: "I Was Sunday School. 10 .,. .m I. Investment In Your Future
Well, fishermen. there won'tbe I the daughter of the late FJamGllsson Not Disobedient" to The Hea-- Morning Worship: 11 ... m 1
at Gar--
any llshinj news next and Mrs. Charity Glis- venly Vision.
Sha rtlm.-Weekdays 7 week. since I am going on vacatJon to Alabama. While Beulah Church. Seniors of the !Church, C:3: ( Prayer Meeting. 7:30: m CIOICI
...< unday; 3:00. Saturday 1 Baptist 6:15.: P. AttlEIII
there we. plan on .doing some Besides,her mother: survivorsare p.m. Training Wednesday.-Rev. J. C. Hes- I
FRIDAY SATURDAYMAY fresh water and deep sea fish- three .daughters Mrs. Myrna Baccalaureate! Service, Higf ters, pastor. kMk tfI

31 JUNE ing. I will give-you a lull report Roberts and Mrs. Wanda School Auditorium Trustees 8 meeting:p.m. >.v.v.-.v.v.v.v.-.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.-IvWv.v.'X*-->>>-w>>'*wxx-x-x: *:*>x.xx>;- :>'X-X-WX x>:: v -...-
when I return. two weeks Klllott, both of Jacksonville: ,
Board I
Double. Feature Program. I from today. Since there Is no and Mrs. Gloria Meek, Green :5 meeting p.m. WMU 7 p.m. Youth Choir DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH

Practice, 7 p.m. BROOKER Roller Coaster Spirit
... IlW-IiARONR 1.1\91....ROIAhO KIBBtf"'_ Tuesday-WMU general .
[ ] meeting. 12 noon; covered dish Sunday School. 19) a. m.

BURT 301 DriveInSHOW luncheon, (business and pro- Training Morning Union Worship.6:30 11 p... m.m. t L ti : There are days when we feel on top of the world.

IAHEASIER gram.Wednesday--Sunday School Evening Service, 7:30.: Rev. 1 Everybody]loves us and shows it.Nice things are done

Ilti .. I Superintendents Cabinet MeetIng Lacy Conway pastor. "Y for us.Sunshine and happiness drenches everything.
: pm. '
IE' BEGINS AT SUNDOWN 7:30.: ( Church Choir Practice, FIRST Sunday CHRISTIAN CHURCH V .4 And then there are other: days-when we're blue; .
: Sunday
t I IWPHYIOERS"f' ADMISSION: Adults V5c, Students..) aOe 8:30.:Thursday! -Weekday Bible I School 9:45: a. m. Morning I .u'- people are busy.We're alone.We're afraid.( t"':'

Children Under 12 Free Class. 10 a.m., home of Mrs., Worship 10:45: a. m. Evening' ,, : '. It might as well be raining.Nobody'

!!....9..1OwR.':OiUii. UNITiUART1S1S' I FUI., SAT., SUN.-MAY 31, JUNE 1,2 E. D., 8:15 Tenly: p.m.Report on Visitation Service.Service 6:30 Wednesday.: p. m. Midweek 7:15: p.''I :' %. knows the trouble we're in. 1

-W. A. Hogan Pastor m. -Charles Reese minister. eededisa1ittleaelf.disciplinenota .
( *;;
PLUS 3 BIG HITSALL ..' : l'' lot of self-pity.We must learn to(
2a.t:; ,.....11 0)\\ \' CHURCH STARKE West Weldon St. and Rat- ,1 Jl faiethefactthatlifeisnotalwaysa
TICKETS '75c-SHOW TIME DUSK ford Road. .. .
School '
Church ,
Sunday '
"QRYLWJ -u ,. flowery. bed of ease,and pleasure.!
"Vianuy $eb'1GO'L' m.II .\
W//3T/M/ 9:45: a. m.fMornlrisr: Worship : .
II.:: 11 a. m.Monday. ::00 a. m. Morning Worship;I ,' .- 't :ji Children dodge hard p1ace1iF' .

as THE .... Commission on: 8:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: I ; ti responsibility painful! experiences- Ii
m. Evangelistic Services.
Education 7 p. m.; Official p. I ,
PAT..ftfII .. I I THRILLS Board, a p. m. Wednesday: 7:30: pm. MidWeek 'i i ,Amaturepersonsthndsonhisowrt i ir

_ _ CRAMMED INTO ONE Tuesday WSCS Execu- Prayer Meeting. I ; two feet under God. I I
tive Meeting 9:30: a. m.; Pastor: Lester P. Richardson. -
I;' HUNDRED- IIISCCG WSCS General Meeting, 10 a. I : ,, t. Time Insight,and the graca II

NORTHSIBE BAPTIST i of God can remove moun :: :
.9 iIjip m.Wednesday Prayer Meet- I t1 I
'R -
: Located on r
BaymM lite!- .
8 m. r4. ,,, 1k talnaandtakeawaythatj
__ ing and Bible Study p. way [tan 2231at) RaUord Rood ,
Thursday Chancel Choir t6R[ 16]. Services: Sunday I tj ; ; Jjr roller coaster spirit.

: Rehearsal. I, School. 10 a. m. Sunday 4' ; 1t. i: '' egntheroadtospirituaI! 11::
F 'I
Mornlnc: Worship 11 a. m : I
.... Is THE TEENAGE Cove Springs; one son, KenselC. Training Union 6:30: p. m : maturity by attending
SUN., MON., TUBS. REBELLION Harris, Green Cove Springs; Evening Service 7:30.: MH- I I (; .t church this week.
JUNE 2, 3, 4 AROUND five brothers Craig Dewey, Week Prayer Service. Wednesday : 1rr.
THE .W.ORLW and Elam Gilsson, all of 'Lake '7:30.Rev.: Olenn law
Ssupedupcarsdynamite Geneva; Merrill Ollsson, Jacksonville hoa pastor.
; and Hall Glisson, Or- I

4 2fidx11pedL9 oVtb: : WE ange Park; four sisters, Mrs. j jb
I Minnie Martin, Tampa; Mrs. BAYLESS HIGHWAY
action wW Myrtle Harris and Mrs. Opal BAPTIST CHURCH ....... f f f ffSfi iS if fii jfiiilSSi!

Bishop .:both of Kingsley Laker; Sunday School. 10 a. m.; r Til Clutch. ti tod'i oppoinM" ogtrqr. in thin world,lot,igrndmo. rti 1....,....*of,Mil.to* llij ,
Iithiskey and Mrs. Also Alice Pearson, Jack.12 Morning Worship Service. 11 i foi man onl al Nb.doiMnol. .tot nun.lo foipond.to thai lo.i by lo>ln|hit neighbor.Without, -. 'c ,
sonville. surviving are a. m.; Training Union 6:30 this grounding In Hit ,toys of. Cod .. lovtmmml' or utiily" It r wo, o< III. .nil 'lonfpitu .
andthrilJs : grandchildren.Funeral services were held at p. m.; Evening Worship 7:30p. : "rt end'Ihi'''fiHdomi whkh$ ..hold to dial will, imvitoblr pill, "'11I1...,no* : !*i

1 ) 10 a.m. Thursday In Gadara m : : Iron 0 HlAih point.of...w. OIK Uwuld support Ihi (hunh for Iho wkt ol 'Iht ..11.,* ::
incredible Baptist Church with Rev. Lea- Prayer Meotlng Wed., 7:30 :: .f himiill and hit lomily.Itjrond. Hint how.vs,ovuy IOIIM inould upliold o.d oaf. ,
an orgy of mon Ward and Rev. John F-: m.; o. A. Meeting WeA!, Hilpolo In lbs Oiimh kaiin l II let Iho liulh obout mori'i lilt,deal, ond doilmr. Its
H0I1 ''I''I'rniflq sights and sounds! Strickland officiating. Inter- 7:30: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal, I buth whkb .I.n.llI< #him Im I*Hit ins ihild ol Cod. GuN
\t : : c.l..n Ad..S.,..
merit 'was in Gadara Cemeterywith Wed.. 7:30: p. m.; Brotherhood -

-ic; *; ; : N..tocl.,GEORGE SANDERSTECHNICOLOR DeWitt C. Jones Funeral meeting, last MondayIn -
". Home In charge of arrange- each
; month. Rev. David

))1F4 I ; A CRCCA-ROMA" RCLBA8B ROMA ments. Mettolroa, partor. Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the Follow-
---'--,.-.-- --- CHURCH OF GOD -
'- I Dg Civic-Minded Business FirrruTFAULKNER
u'.i \ 'it PJtcto" 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke.I
I f1! Sunday
D. I School 10 a. m. Wor-
ship Services. 11 a m. and i I Edwards Grocery & BUILDERS ,
7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting I
: PLUS1 Friday 7:30: p m.-Rev. L. S. ; Mkt. SUPPLIES. Inc. !

Williams pastor.BO.TDRAIN .
U-HAUL RENTALS Featuring Aea Herdweze i
A?. Groceries-Meats-Feed.t
4 liie Rack-Tlie screw-Iron Maiden Complete Paint Sapp'
) BAPTIST Gas &: Oil Ad Sporting Gowda J

$ Toriuro Drugs mat Make Men Slaves Sunday School, 10 a. m. Ph. 984-5312 Starke. Fla. CHUCK: wrrn us FIRST" I
Worship 11 a. m. Complete Lubrication 219 WashIngton St. Mt- J'70
Training Union 7 p. m. EvenIng -i

JJ cIMa I POSITIVELY FOR ADULTS ONLY Meeting Worship, Wednesday, 8 p. m.8. Prayer p m.-' Minor Tune-ups t Lawson Meat MarketAND

Rev. Virgil Lovett pastor. COLD
CORNERS I ICIVLIZED STREET I OF STAHKE INC. We SpechJJtci: to d..tom SlaaghtevIng.
lIi'I ;HK ITS PERFORMANCE. The human BAPTIST CIIURCII II Cutting I/: Wrapplac-
\ VJOBLO ear lust Isn't sharp enough (for to.4ay's Sunday May 26 Sunday,I I UJS. 301 NORTHPh. Peupared For Deep FreenirI0N
I quieter,well-lnjulated en I
gines.So trust the factory specifications. Sohool, 9:45: a. m. Morning 964-7600 Starke, Fla. !: 994-7059
NEVER advance the timing Worship 11; Youth Choir. DOYLE CONNER
Practice, 4:30: p. m. Youth
L beyond factory specification or I
you'll sooo find yourself with a Fellowship Supper 5:43.: Insurance Agency
; costly repair till. It also pays to Training Union. 6:15.: WMU BRADFORD
,know that the best way .% Prayer Circle: 7:15.: Evening S-A-V.E COUNTY IILJLORIDAEST
to insure your car isthrogifrStateFarmMu. I :& Worship Hour, 7:30.

: EiIthz ........, Wed.. May 29 Prayer With Your Mutua Agent TELEGRAPHPhone I
tuaL Phone am today! m Meeting. 7:30: p. m. Church ,,

Choir Practice 8:30.: 222 N. Temple Ph. 964-7369 ,
daljaj' r(4TiiI Ik1'1'1 I MBRIUTT\ Thurs.. May 30Sunbeams: 961.6305I'rlntlngOfflce ONTROL ,

boobilh WILLIAMS and OA meetings, 3:30: p. m. I I1tF.'JL I
I Yij1.J44JL1 II I Supplies .- ft CHUUCUCO. II I


,F"""' '' _I N. WALNUT'
Revival services will begin at 539 E. Call St. Starke.
Agency Fla.
:-jSVJSBBAbYDlVJNE: STREET 8 p.m. Monday May\. 27, at Phone 964-5745 for FREE
Bapti.: Church In Law-
BRUCE'YARNELL SUE KANEY PHONE ley with preaching by Elder I UfSCRANCBNciMMiy Inspections & Estimates

tOBERT'DIXVICTORIA'CARROLt t 964-5391 J. E. Pierce, of Samoaet, Fla. !1 But N-*ody tTnderaeUjCh Company -
Hurst Shell
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'flJN EASTMAN COLOR I IM -BURTTOPPER..TERRYTELL1-.U ,LES BAXTER STATE FARM Night' at 8 through !''Il1n" v. .H y B. Johns Agency 158 W. CALL ST. CARL HURST
Kutat! f Automobile
MKMCMI MTEKNATIONM.REUMe 0. r SALVATORE PILLITTERI-.TRANSAMERICAN wu I I Home Office; Bloomingtoo'Insurance:, Illinois Company) June Massey, 2., The invites'sslor. llev to A. I ill a Walnut ..... '04-0070 Starke Fla. Ph. ""1. 301 &: 100 Ph. 964-6111.
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BRADFORD WOTNTY rFX1IRA1'fl.: lII'I''RIt1l.! irtntttlMC $l.ECi f'WAGmi '
_TntJRNl' )Ar. MAY In.: 1988 ____ ____

dergarten will" be /given each 3 Movies Provide Fare For All Description 011.. '1'ahta I3e.erlptioa Ow

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Foundation Program. just as Cor of NW% of oCLotSofRIkltIn ,-5< v

Crop Acreages Is June 10 I for any other grade. At Florida Theatre Fri.-Tues. Ft.S\vm N 830 run Ft K 10 150 480 1. T A COS :lID Aaron ,K Boiler. .v.Tt04 j- : ] .

The Is financed Ft. for FOB N 800 3SS8-JUttn. I A. 2 of tM
program '.
I JO iiI) ft., a 200) BikiSto LT&. I '
Farmers are reminded that termination and reporting of through the Federal so vein- A modem day moonshine ry Lewis comedy In "The Pat- ft.ft.,, W 50 ft. to Cue SID Ex W1& Ida MAC SI'ermaa' I'

June; 10 is the cteadlne! for certifying program acreages. He' also I meat's ElementarySecond war story filmed at South Sy," Friday" and Saturday POE2636Corn 23 I B3 *ln C. Davis ".n 3383-A 8H of Lot A .' .. '!

crape acreage compliance utressed that, accuracy; : 4a of utmost ary ..Education! Act of 1965. Carolina's aquatic sporting May .:31 and June 1. 800' 19 A: COS.lflSlk4InLTS SID Mid StIL't lIo"'e'

under: Agricultural Stabilization Importance. All farms Title, I.Eleven. paradise. Lake Murray. and A big, lusty western loaded 30' N of SW Cor lao .

: and Conservation are subject to spot check and I units. or teachers starring TV's Jim Davis and1 wUh violent action and roughhouse N of NW4 100' of HWU 8 3388-Lot* 3 A 4 of ..V,C.

Programs. adjustments,( cannot be made 'have been requested from the famous movie funny man humor "Scalphunters": 100', W JCGOO"T Elk 43 of LT. _
COH SID ammon Evil .
Leaton Morgan Jr., chairman on a farm foimd to be out 'of Slate Department of Education Andy Devlne plays, Sunday- co-stars Shelley Winters Os- FOB 23 8 23 Shell Untied liome State Inc. 82..' 8389-Lot 3 of Hlk .E ,.. .

Bradford ASC:;: 'C 0 u n t yComm1't.tee. compliance with the allotment: and will be allocated, to Tuesday. June 2-4 at the se! Da.. 1a. and Telly Savalas.. 44InLT&CO3, S. ..-

says that acreagesof 'or permitted and diverted acre- local schools) !l in the following Florida Theatre.. Filmed In Color by DeLuxe 2649 1 In-Lot Nat 11 WilliamsSf of Blk SID L .Z 8 11'N':

corn flue-cured tobacco and age as a result ox a spot check. manner: Starke Elementarytwo \- Davis Is in the central role the picture deals with Mountain Ex" Ntt William .AMHdca 887Service 3401-Lot 1..of Elk
41 In L T COS
diverted acreage under the Farmers who are not i ure of teachers: :; Southslde Elementary of Noah Reedy. the most independent Man Lancaster who bravesan 2662-Lot 9 of Elk 1 BID John H Hick "l1.3_

Feed Grain Program must be the program acreages for ;their three teachers; of moonshiners. Indian-Jested unknown to of Nat William. 3401-Lot. 2 of Blk ,to .'. .- :'tv., '

reported to the county office farm may requestmeasurementservice RJE High School-two teach who fights a running three- get beaver for hats of the SID Corp Housing It... 48 inLT&C(5: : .:.'"'In"'m! "

by thJU date. Failure to file a Iby the county office. ers; Law ley Junior High' -two way battle with Federal revenue world's:! dandles and came bodewith SID Bailie William '
timely report will cause the A fee will 'be Charged, for. tb& empire. 26B9-Lot 6 of Blk 2 J424-W% of Lot 1 ;
Syndicate an
teachers and 'one teacher each agents Nat' William SID Lottie Mae ReynoldS of Blk, 10 A (t '0'a.
farm .to be out of compliance service but.the acreage iwlll .be at, Hampton Elementary and local enforcement of "The Patsy" claims such Em. 5.48 of W%, or Lot I I -. !.if> nf)
and all program' (benefits will be official and accepted by the rocker .Junior\ High and ficers. stars as Ina Balm, Everett 2078-Com at SW Add Blk 10 LT A COS Farmer'* SupplySR4Z

forfeited. Payments may also county office.: Anderson Junior High. Feminine interests are supplied ] Sloane Phil Harris Keemtn Cor of NWW of 8464-Lot It of Btk .. *.. ,. .:*

be lost !by overplantlng or haw Farmers who request thInmeasurement : To be eligible for kindergarten by three starlets, Sue Wynn, Peter Lorre. John Car- HW'% run E 510 18 In L T A COS

Ing Insufficient diverted or conserving service must ojso a cid must! be five. years Raney. Vickie Carroll and! radlne and Phil Foster In addition Ft't.for a no POD.Ft N S 100 200 Add pill ltionda ...)f fMW 40

certify and report the crop Ft. W CO Ft To 1488-WU>! of Lot* 1.
acreages. of age on or before Jan. 1, Monica Davis who enter the to the Inevitable Lewis.It 11.40
office To FOB 23 8 22 Lottie Reynold But 2 of Block 24
Morgan stressed that the I i acreage to the county 1969. Registration for kindergarten action via the Syndicate. Veteran is about a group of film being 68 Ft B A: .... UI1,*

certification method makes the by the June 14 deadline. and first grade Is actor Scott Brady pore professionals who have just, 2673 of-SW 1 Lot% In.Ul. NWU Dene. B Wby I In L 100 T A Ft COS KS UJJX I ?

farmer responsible for the de- scheduled!! at all elementary trays the' syndicate. head. lost their meal ticket, a top In Deed Bk 70 FO ADD Braeat t W Allen Bt At 419L

-- schools for Wednesday June Movie fans can get action comedian who has Just passed 301 William Ki R/W S/D InNat 23 I 22 John Dlc>* 4.55 3489-Lot* 13. A 14,. .' illo

Richard Warren Bachelor ot 12. Parents are required to with a Burt; Lancaster western ;-I away 2879-Com at SW .A of COS Blk AdJ 24lnL'1 .*U..J Prevatt, "4I.(
Seven LocalCandidates and Jer- Car of NW4' ofW4 '
bring birth cert flcates. "Ssalphunters "-.a
Science; W a..y.ne. M. Carroll run H) 460ft 3615-Lot* 1, 2. 11 n
Health certificates will also 1.. A 14 of Blk DO .i: -n: N 230 Ft TO GO
Bachelor of Art-: be required before the first Ft for POD N 200 In L T A: COS ADD Frances. Wh'' .h.A4 .l$l*
Melrose: Phillip 1C. ; Green said the offense took Ft. B:: 60 Pt. S 200 3540-B 144 ft of a ..
next fall.Let's Told :)I.
UF of school Rotarians
For DegreesSeven day
Agricul Ftw 5OFtTo .
Bachelor 'of In : 10 Ft of Lot 1 AB
place Friday May 24. at Papa POE 22 6 23 Qeraldln. Smith '.35 146 Ft of Lot itA '1

Starke ro.ldenta will ture. How To Keep SAm's Snack Bar In Lincoln 2087-B-Com SW K 146 Ft of' N IPtolL.ot3ofBik '
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Dr. Paul MdUer ,
asulfftaptsecretary I ,
Cor or 8W B ,.
be candidates for degrees and for education the GoGardeniiw Trim Figures City.McCutchen ST46', N llfoe"; EInNJ Jonen
will receive recognition at Ute U.S. Department of Health % will be arrigned Cont. N 03.75' H Add Mealy L Prontor h.Ji81, .
before County Judge T. A. 320.66' To POB E Lot 3 A 4 of .
University of Florida's annual I will be Rotarians were told Wednesday 458,1- IM4
Education and Welfare, 75'. S 93.78' W 71i'N Blk 1 In Temple. ] ;
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commencement ceremonies on I the featured .speaker for the that the best way to Yawn and a preliminary hear- 93.76to POD 22 8 tl CharlIe S! Loll 11.79 Add H A LawM' ..1....

Saturday June 8. 5 p.m. convocation' at Florida keep a trim figure' is to exer- ing set. The juvenile will be 268S-D--E 60' ofV 1638-W 56 Ft" of ". tll

They are: James C. Hobbs, Field. cise dally by walking past the brought. before Judige.:!: Yawn In 450' of N 93.7' of Lot 5&W 16 Kt ... '"ft. .
B 353.4' R of Old of NV4( of Lot 9 ot '
Jr., Bachelor of Nuclear Engineering refrigerator 20 times without a juvenile hearing.Lemons '. l.awtey Rd 'In SW Blk 19 In TentolM
EcUtoI'Florida ..
William\ By nervey Sharpe 4 ofSW 53.6WII
Science; 'opening the door. 01- Add far1atet, :

Richard K r u a e, Master of KindergartenTo Agricultural\ The speaker was Miss Katharine Draws 263 22 t 22 J 9150.ffl. *H*.wl I.lllle. fO.03 3691-Lot* 7, 8. II A: .r" .,",, .:.. '.:!"
S lOin
rvlo*> lUoffolk
Science in Engineering; JameiGriffin I with 34
Neff 2097--Com at NW Peek Add JJ .iIi"a
Mm... Master of Education OfferedFor Cor of 101r '
Be the State Board of Health 2-Year SentenceA fc .SW'4 of14w14 :,.
S 160
; Frederick J. Pellum, Growing herbs can be an, who gave "A Thin Talk on A Ft for, a rim POB the* 3754-I..ots I. IofItlkO3inJM '
Jr. Master of Arts: VIcki Frees Run H 200 '"p' "t: -
; Full exciting hobby. Fat Subject. Ft S Be ..
Day John Add Bx W
Powell Bachelor of Arts in Crow herbs for scent and for t Miss Neff advised against two-year sentence In the BO Ft" Ft W to JOO POD Ft Ex'N" ., SO' of Lot1; :3 p L Deitea-,= L44

Education; Harold D. Seymour seasoning. Every homemaker trick diets saying the best way Ralford State Prison was R/W 23. 23 4tal.ch) 1"08 7.89 3813--Be* at NB : ': *
Bachelor of Sdenca In Physical Full-day kindergarten classes should' add pottted herbs to her to keep weight properly adjusted handed Howard Lamons Jr..l 2704-Com at NW Cor T>ratt St and -

Education; James KirtoyjSmlth, will be offered at all count: list of hou: eplanU and plants is ID: eat moderatelyfrom 28 after he pled guilty to Cor SwI&of SWK Run of Polk St 100',Run W 70'90.' l 4 a

Bachelor of Science In Phar- elementary schools in thE:,for the garden to spice up her a well balanced diet Including grand larceny charges In Circuit 610 Ft.: S 110 Ft B I 8 0"1r:0: Ft, To. :&...
POB 29 I 21 MoClellan
Lucilt Pwey
macy. 1968-69 term Mrs. cooking and to add a pleasant the four essentials: Court here Tuesday May for FOB Run W -
su. 60, a 100 F|. H 60 .. .' 3818-Com at NIC
elementary .
from other towns .
Candidates county
Payne. her home and
aroma to garden and. 23. Ft. !
meat, vegetables eggs, N 100 Fit to Cor of fiR%. ofNBH .
in the area are: pervisor of education has an ays Dr. Edgar W. McElwee' Lamons is charged with POD 22 I II H. U' Hartl.rMM 5,55 A. JIm n W260Ft

Brooker: Phyllis Everett nounced. horticulturist, Florida Agricultural milk.The speaker was Introduced breaking and entering the 2718-1 Lot In SB POB S then eo Ft Run for W a

Batey Bachelor' of Science in Since the program has operated Extension Service. Dr. A. Y. Covlngtoii. dlrec- Sealtest Service Station at VS I Corner of NE'4 of of E'4 8WK of 100 Ft S 100 Ft : :0
session by B 180) )Ft N 00 FtW.GO .. ....
Numlng.Ralford. In half-day What herbs should you the Health Department. -301 and Madison Street last belnir 100' N AS "

: Sharon Eileen many eligible students were grow? For a starter: try parsley | tor of Dec. 1 and taking $339 according by 60' 13 A. W 23 I 23 Inc. State. Home 6.16Juanlta To, POP.. Ft N 60 Ft.. 29 I U F N ThornM"S: .

Deale, Bachelor of Arts; unable to attend because of slack peppermint sage tarragon to Deputy Sheriff S tf J Thomae-. S1*
2733-Be* at NB! .
Patricia A. Robertson Bachelor of transportation Mrs lavender and thyme. Rape ChargedTo Robert Green. cor or S>,4 .ol 3WJ4 0120-24. --Cam at NBOur S

of Science dn Nursing. Payne. says. Half day session::! \Parsley La a biennial and can He did: not answer summonsto of Run NB'A W of isss 8W% MB 1 ",4 of A HEH ruii. W of

Keystoon Heights: Sandra will still be provided for those be grown from seed McElwee 2 Youths the Circuit Court term and 161.1 u', :B 189.75' 100'. S: 15', W CO' i
Kay Hoffman Bachelor of Arts parents who request it. points out. It prefers rich soil. was placed on the absentee N IDS.87 to POB 22 8 23 Drown I.82u nin for s 8 FOB 100', W then 60', '.,::

in Education. I Recent state legislation nov\ Peppermint, on the other hand, Rape charges have been Lamons was arrestedat 2867-3 110' of Lot 6 N 100' B (0 To -

Lake Butler: WllMam Allen makes it possible for Bradford Is a
Campbell Bachelor of Arts; I County kindergarten classes grown .In practically any eoll. youth Sam :McCutchen He was, delivered to Ralford 2922-EU of NWU '. 38S2-A Cor -of.Com' NEW at SW of : <:,

Gale Langley Mobtey Bachelor to be state supported. In other
of Arts In Education; Waltei words. teaching units for kin. stem cuttings in a rich clay according to the Bradford Tuesday. Bx' N 106 Ft" II'' 23 I Margaret Ray Colby 21.49 270 or20'FOB If ,. .. ""I' .t
50' R S SO'W F
2928-1 Lot
I with a good supply of nitro- Sheriff's Department 122.5 Ft N SbylOFt3&.Inl; 120' to POB 2A I 22 Silly Orlffl ...,
fertilizer. The leaves of 16-year-old DONT HAVE IT :!:' .
gen The victim was a IF WE W am-A-B"ir! If W
this plant can be used green or 1 girl. The two boys are being we'll get It for yon. Office lying A being In NB! &llVNofSldCoror -

JACKSONVILLE dry Tarragon a ,perennial!, to held without bond In the Sapplle Furniture, Equip Cor NW%of>f SfcJV4 of of HB14 Wtt of of NE NK14.%. of N

usually atarted from root or Bradford County Jail. ment. Bradford County. NE'4 38 I 22 Mad. I I. William 41.84 Oil'. W 100 Kt. B ,. .

divisions. The leaves Roberton 2934-36-W%! of BB 60', B 100' to
crown Deputy Sheriff Trtegraph.RULED' > ,...
!: '/of 8E14 Of Beg 29 8 It J Gordon\ Waf rElmer
and tops are used. .
plant I PADS NE',' Kx K 90' 28 I 23 4 Percy Rulllvan 22.66 3909-Lot 5 of Blk "t."
Either seeds or cuttings are I LEGAL Thoroai M.1t
Business .9 la Butler CRT S/D .
DirectoryAuto 2978--Com at NB .. ..
Books. """ fv < *' "'JO"-ioo i
used to start' thyme.. This herb the '.'fourth Wednesday Steno Notebooks Order Cor of Jaokaon ; S>1 -Lof! 1 'of Ilk _.{ \001<
prefers a rne'Ilow.: soil, (but'will night< of each month. and all etc. Bradford County. Tele.lITalt' & Church. SKI A: i III in\ ijiehorattfD/ W 0 :Dodd .....

soil also. For to Run B 104 Ft N 88 40'lI.coan: : at ..VBI .:' '' .: >j I ;.' .... '
on a poor urged '
are '
grow : | eligible veterans ____ ___ Ft W heFts I t; . :
blossoms. .62'% Ft to roB 28 8. 22 L E Lee EAt. 21.00 'ICor I of. SWti.ftVun.W .Ii'
Sales & ServiceLANDROVER' MOTORCYCLES seasoning. use the C become members and attend Metal orCarctboal'd 610 Ft (OP J'1\t:0; \ ; .
Not a seasoning lavender I is meetings. SIGNS. aU kinds. 2981-M 70' Foil.! 1 a FOIl run 9 ,ISO I.t, '. '. :I>.t ..
used primarily for its scent the The Telegraph. LotI2'lO&Wfly J!] St .to St n4.1t10; ', ":, .\oil._ 'IA..
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HONDAM ;then W (ion*; ;
I This plant may not flower forseveral by Weller St,"S 'R/W too % Ilea ..
The World's Finest In by Land of MnrBhall N / ,
Dr. McElwee .Line,
years,, NOTICE W 1 1,1' Slluox fine B to PJ'Mx ..... I
4 Wheel Drives S A .
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says. It grows best in a light A Lewi Blk 15 of H/WA 31..' DIM s won
Bold and Serviced by MOTORS & ($CYCLES CO. well-drained soil. It nee d alime. Notice is .hereby given that the following described lands L T A Co. Add 28 6 22 Qulsle.4 l DavIs 835 13-PO 418 29. 13 I lIu.... 1'.er' I....

Roberts' Chevrolet auction' at 12:00: o'clock noon. on the I 20(19( -Lot 10 of Elk N'm 5. "II: ,
See Honda's Hot 3501 I will be Bald at public 4i34-B -Com \\
Green Cove Springs, 3033Jtckaonvtlte : of June A.D. 1968 at the city .ball City of Starke 2 of DowlInK Park. Cor Tract B WP .; *''i
264-96410> 4949 BlendIng Blvd. Give your cat a treat and 7th day Bradford. State of Florida, to pay the amount. due SID O. D. KM y Eat. 4.10 s/f W 210'. 8. 50': J
___ catnip. This is a County of with all For POB 8 8. Ii' .
Phone 1118214MO'I'O grow the name together 3005-Lot 7" NW ..
peren-I herein set opposite 89.73'' ..
for taxes 1 R 185.113' N .
best of Lot 6 of Elk
Parrish MotorsSALES ,S A 5YCLEH mal iwihiich grow : costs of such sale and advertising.' 51.0't.i. 3 3 of W 185 to POO'4U2A 39 I 2* .I. 1" Liess.: iSis

4649 Bla dlncBlvd.. 1118201MUSU' -& well-drained moderately rich, Blk 3 In bo-wlln -Com at SW ...'
sandy aotl.' It can be started Owiiet Taxes Park BID II.. 21 A R Jtthnon) 10.43:. for: of HB'40 N 18' ,
from (seed or from root divisions 3009-font at NW ToN R-W Bdw>
At 8RCor Cor of SW% -of lid, H on.N R/W ;
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SERVICE'ARTS Many herbs are ava.llablefrom NWM of A SE'of Run, W NW'Run 397.71'" for POll B I ..240'150.08'/ for, V) aoit#!*'. _. .!......
Paulus Music Co. local nurseries or seed 394 Ft M 180 Ft. B 109' B 112'. W J .. ," H on W Wraland KWKJw '.: -- '-. -
I stores. K 297 Ft N .* 100' N 112' to POD II I II :dw.td N Ones 13.44 ; Hd N 1410' to I'
Ft K: 97 Ft S 505 3026-B Com at Int. : Let' 100'B ; '."' ': .ft
Always Good Used Cars Band String Instruments Ft To! FOB Ex' 21 6 22 209 Bradler.Mr of K R/W Orange. ; pots Ml Laura. St. Ph. 8Sa-C6iH Gibson Guitars oil Amplifiers W 226' .. BBt. 0393It Ht A S R/W SH-
Julian McRae 4186-Be ... 24.64', B <
I 229 K 640.81 POll C.Iof .?. ',I:
BEAUTY ACADEMY: School SupplleInatrucUon 2368--Com At SB ("..nt KLV; on SLYNW of NW "
Roberts Recorders (:0of BK'/i nfNW4 2MS.34' W IIJ;:'.6 BTwrUortf '.
Head W 5on I .. .
Elected A Hun 16947' N 86.02'POB .,
.05' .
American Music Ubrary-Expvrt 894 Ft for FORStun 38 28 Ao ha ;It Hrnita. si.68. sfaV/! Wt24 : .
o" id W'
Repair Department N Ft. 3033) -Lot :3 I of fiLM '
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Hairstyling 41 W. Monroe 855-8447 Of VFW PostJulian 897 Ft N 328 Ft, 1 1..A Land B of aVw,PJ iA1: : .
W see rio ft Ft a 807Ft. 9 Lot to St I In prig. '.IDbrl., t9 J?,oa 19 6 11 0 W DarW ..If".hlln.
E 'Tho"a
Academy PLUMBING SUPPLIESCARTER'S local Insurance 871 Ft 15.182313Bl.a Town of Stark 113 &I
McRae 210 Ft B 21 1 8 John Covlngton Eat McOonnetiey. 10.43 'HJf5:0l&8 : "W ),
XI W. Monroe 853-9391 agent. was installed as To FOB .. ,
3040-Lt 8 W Elk, 1 c 4 ,
Commander of VFW Post B05 2 of Blk In Orlgr. Town ofStark ; g Ii'i,
I Dalewood8D n.u 5fiv1' .1.11. ,'
B It I Billy E. Chambers fcanlel R Magyar 14.16ovoanian W' 9.7JI'Z'7S'ITb .","
RiversideHairstyling Post at a meeting 'held Wednesday 15'.. 19 12 Ow* n, AlTVM, .It. l -lfBTTA'SJw
Trading f Bek'
8105-Lotn 5, 6 A r4jtS
the new N ,,lSK:
night May 22. In 2377-Com 420 Ft \ \
8 Blk 19.Jn Orl* Com at BW ;:
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Cabinet from BH Car of .
Bathrooms National Guard armory or Town of StarkCIcs NHIt.HJH C 1\:111\
SW% of SW'4 W'% of Lot* 6 .Oor.of.' N 40V :: ",i li lit
Academy Soil Pipe. Water Pip** Edwards Road. run W 115 Ft N A 8 .i n4M"wr Jr. 14.60 & FOB" run Ely 64V t. :_! .'
Lavatories Other new officers Installed] GO Ft 73 118 BFt S 8 11 Sonophlne Ellerson SIS UO' J0If\ II Sb.... :u:I" r ....
2659 Park a*. 888837Modern (Commodes 60 Ft to 21 3153--Com on I B elSeof Pt -:,. ; ; ,w I
Department line, 'N 55.. to III ;
Best for Less"Top at this time by Call sIt where It
The .
Styling 2394-Ixit 9 3 BMC SIn. .".
BHoY" .
Int. B Side of ,.
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tlMlddleblirg Commander Vance Watson 3 In Sunny AcresSI .81Alfred ;,\ 'AI '.' .1-'Z .
Qualified Instructors of Hill Hwy Ethel Young < 'ourt Ht A run/ 'V Tln".O j. '
Accredited VA Approved Ph. 282-5108 Gainesvillewere: J. B. Coleman > U :3/' Ft for a flEe Line'RW S 13., I II .l".1. wthg4ot. :
Commander 2397-Ix>t> 7. S. 9, A: POB then run F -!iPoE Ea It : ..
L&t Vice ;; GriffIn
or Night Classes I ... ,I .
Day 10 of BLK 3 In Put! 7.98 61 Ft/N 41 Ft W "". .. ,
"" I PIANOSFor H. A. Coleman Junior Vice Sunny Acre. BID SeraPe 20\4 Ft ;3I21016: tu'. 423o8wt4frq5a" : ,"!"Ii

ELECTRIC MOTORS Commander; Paul E. Canova 2421-SWH of BL.K POD M I 2, A C .WlUlam. tl.62 >rA -1.

Musical Advice Conley J.' Bush, 83 R 2W *. BE'A 3163-B. at NB) Ex : ) :i
| Adjutant; ofBlS of R aWft Cor of Lafayette Parcel III aW4.'X ..JI .
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Peavy Brothers C. CARTER NICE Quartermaster; AI Crosby.ser W'A' BLK 1. 2 3 4 MunrcJo Sill Bun 5Ei4ef.a: !: > '
SW&Eri3L.K3 V4 B 184.10' to .WRW 'Deed la OR Bk 2* fl5344 IJ''i
Satter- ofit
vice Officer: Homer 5 II 18 B W <
Electric Co.E7EcrEIc 2, adl HWT 301.NKLT ./7. PP.604 ; ,:Jn |8 '77'
field surgeon; C. J. Schaefer, of n 4W of TEMP: .40 : on"- R/W .:, 4179-. ''KWW..'. ot ... ''I"
MOTORS Advocate A. C. Williams. B/D 11 6 11 15 H A Lawn 428 14.5'j .onRW5 r/W" IC
[, ,,. .1<' Judse ; NL.t' I "'''':
8<>ld-Serviced: Repaired and Let In FlWCo..f PAR
; J. Officer of the Day; 144R-l 160.79', W at Rt 1.01'' fe9ng4j :" ":"""
B5S of R ,
Armature Generators-Rewinding Starter Chickering and Other Peter D. Johnson. Chaplain 3W In Templ 93 Ant: .17.to fl Monroe on 8t Bt f'.f4itt"; : .: !I. 10 J>"S KX"JPAR .I.-'I. *jkll "f/.I.I
Trustees Installed were JohnA. S/D Belay Approx: 23 ) fooling 111.3S
4044 Lenox 887-2828 Name Brand Pianos 100' FJ.A., W by 132: 141.28 beg 18 6 IB: <4C OR BK, 21. < 21 4 VictorIa atcFaaht Goodman
D. ..73
Torode Seeber N &: S 21 8 12 James A Qrlffl J164) --Com at 8W 231

MATERNITY WEAR KIMBALL "SWINGER"ORGANS and J. 8. Shuford. 2479-I....tn 1 .A of Cor of Adam A. 4 4198_'/ 'A in I arm -
A 1
MadIson Rt* run rnrof 'flet A In :
M Rae pointed Block 9 of Knights
Commander Clarence F. Rhoden 39.11 8 262.6 Ft.. W 90Ft .-" "t ., ." SW Cor of 'JIJ'AI. t wi.lt .
Koowvelt Mall 888-8519 'out that some objectives of SID N 362 8 Pb B : ( : < IWW% 01 55314 31 1 23 Allis ..'' t.45
2508-Lot* 2 & :.1 I of 90 Ft TO roB' ; IS I 21 .W-Xndrew Jr. 150.38 JIr I
the Post are: to be of serviceto HLK 13 Ex K 10V4 4J97-A 1 lot a.* ,d4*". I. ;"
SEWING CENTERH.&N. veterans and their depend- Ft In N Reno S/D Charles L Barnes 42.39 3227-Com at NWCor on BK 4 0 Pv 122 'j 1 oI; "'IIIB.siflntnt
of CellS Bar : 160'B 5 :::: ''il"1
ents; take part In youth programs 2515-Tx>t 1 of BLK Ht'*. Run ft 116.n 10: XV by 100'' M 'S., ,',

; visit veterans who are 16 SID In N Reno Ida May Tyson 3.3S Ft. W H'll 112'. >!N. Ft(4.81 ferPOB 'In D. Cont.,', of:i3SA NWtt M/t. ." ." ...:',:;'\>" ., t":$,. ,

SEWING CENTER hospitalized; advancement of 2522-Lot! :3. 4 of Ft, WtI' 168 77Ft "of SKI"V II 8 22 John. .t3.btitDlIl :1: IS
_. veterans' legislation; adequate BI.K 19 In N Reno France" Jenkln '.39 Itt.'? 1S l J: Ft tor V'V. tT.. Lohrr l ,. .

Console Model' makes fancy designs defense for the Nation; support SID POB SI I 23 W.;J. StatUUIMacic 73.11 .Cor of Lot 1 afB1M ':11. ;' ;,::": ''J

monograms : of American forces In 2627-Lot 3 of BLKilO William 37.53Willie 1300-Blk 8 In L TACOST' ShUn t.1 ICtp. : ..;. ., d: ""iMt
"Jacksonville's" Most Complete stitches I In N R nu SID Bally P : ; SIlO'.. -W IU.J: r..IJIIiII:
TBJT> ft:* : Wllllait *to4S7 O.
overcasts sew on buttons. Vietnam. I "jl:' 110" To POD '
for Moth r-to-B e 2553-Lot 3 4 of R/W Bx' B 16', of .', .
Shop l ;
make button holes & blind "Veterans who are e'lglble I BLK 1 In Oahajrn Jr. 7.98 Lol 1 f!'<',. p'f .' eel ,IIJ31-W- ''00" of ; ::: -
Plttmam .
SID EX K-W ( I. . NIJ> of SEW fxi2 : -
JUDY'SMATERNALANE Utches. No attachments will enjoy the comradeshipand 1302-*fcot 1.ft. 2 nf -. j(<4r Ea H/W" t. g
Demonstrators $48 or $6 per fellowship at the meetings 2551-Lot I. 21 of Blfc' 7 'M 14. T' 01: : ; ,Ex Pat In NW .- '
Blkl In Oahagmn COH 8/D Ex R.W Lan* a." 81
11.14 .cor Sit 88 I t> ilertInyLit
the recreation 15".
well Robert
1007 Park St. SM- G15 mo. Call Jax 771-1850 I'afterward, as ," McRae said. "We 2GB/I>Lot S of Blk 1 ::320r-Lx Blfc. /,: 1J In..1,.4.T' of A _.. .....'.., :. '... _._I .40lAte
MOTORCYCLES STORE plan to secure. as part of the I EX In Oahnuan R/W SID Robert Lee 1.75 COS BID Mctta'" Ucrasea '.15 Oats. Replat ,MID W Oriffln. ,.U

WESTERN programs for the post meet- 2556 Lot S of Blk 1 332-Lot 1 of Blk ti.* i .; .1..,.....' dSI.A'l"oi' : *4 : 'K

TriumphOf ings, some films of World War I In, -aKhacnn. SID Hollar 4.89 SID ISIn LT&COtO Will', Cc1.isa. 371 ". Bear Clip "of 840f/ K NK of,.NW.'/ of \1'1.' -'5,

LITTLE DUDE II and' Korea as well as oth- EX R/W Aaron 331-Lot 2 of Blk NWH. S 23'$"' to 10:0 ..
informative programs' and 2590. -Lot 16 *. BMr>! ISIn LT&S.U2! C,,)" I -E LIuud N .. ..:......w.\ _. ,It"....
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er of Lot 17 of Blk aIn 1 3.73824W US' 111' w .f' .
SID Metta yr
JI-moo "
JacksonvilleYAMAHA Western Store able to see Willie Green 26.CS F
be .
members may QahaganD tl4t I .31. : $7.
63' of Lot t. .. ...." .n .
TRIUMPH some of the battles that. they 2633-That Port. of 3 .A 4 of Blk II ., UetttlJ ""JUT'Ot
eoce To eaocoRale Western Clothing Leather. took part In," the Commandersaid. N 900' on K Slit In Li T A COd SID Ckrrl corss. Las .. .
and Trailers &N680' onW : Ity of 8taJ111tr) IOfid 'Jn, .
Parts Service goods, Saddles 81d of NW'4' of 1325-E* of Lot 1 ... ..t.*.'. .'" '' J 5-10. : S41 .nll fl'I
Charles ft Sharon Pttv t i of Stile' 17 'In
In Stock of SW'4 E of OR I
Used Motorcycle at the Willi. Courses. ...'ft
Post meets
884-1210 I Ttn being the JDlUO' L T A COS 'S/I ..
U: 8. I 8! 903 S. Edgewood /
4228 Phillip* ItWJT 63.91 !.1
Jacksonville 8&0-724S' new National Guard armory. 23 8 22 18 Aaron Ilolley .!.f.J .

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Jerome Johns ]INFORMATION URGENTLY NEEDED FOR INDUSTRY PROSPECT II Schaefer Elected Fla. Department who Our heartfelt extended thanks comforting to all i| other gratetul.kindnesses The family we are of Robert deeply

Heads NewT sympathy and help In our recent -) .

i 'kng'Frm' ; Please Fill In This Blank And Return To B. C. D. A. Sereeant-at-Arms In Legion- sorrow. For the beautiful,! Terrell.

f ; 'h(wjwly organized corpor- 'Trr" .... "" ,. .. : ... r. rr .. 1f ..' '.,' ,.,,, .. ,. J Charles J. Schaefer of serving In a Department: Of- I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
ar 'l fice in the Florida American
iipn.'Uator: Frelghtways. Inc.. .1 I" r : : \ .e" ,' 'i Starke, was elected
Of' Jerome .. ,' "t.'I'.IN'IC'.ATIOt-t. .! ,., "". ". ; '.... ,!...:('\tl- : '... -,'i'1 at-Arms for the Department Legion since Wirld War n.
ghlch) Johns of
( "" 964-6200
:Starke( is has : ." i''! ; ', : : : .; t.i ',..I\"rt.\ .//i; ,. .'.- 1'.!,,.' '" r of Florida American Legion lIe served as Department Com- STARKE PHONE
pur- ... Abp.lcatlohEty + ., 'or aMOfQO{ 'ry-) +.i,.'x'r: .t.;.JI' 1' ,... at the annual convention In mander.A 473-3176
'timsect: : the Inti'a-state author- : I ', : .. cwl. lrimeniSTMK: /. !' ? : ::;, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHOHE
"' ItX; "WTRyder: \ Truck Lines and ',. .,. : : '. : "1'C'{ l.f!;, '/ \:. ,\..\, I"1f 4J. I Clearwater last Sunday. complete report of the
'wilLxtbernte out of offices at :' ) < Schaefer has long been active convention and )pans'! for the Rental Services
'tt'y'o 14rc] ( Ire; tttrke.or'Aralltord> OooVvtyfrr: thdpanutecfurlrQ'' : 1" '
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"*"- 21TS** wouttf: + trt W. : In Legion affairs of Starke new year will be 'presented at
Commonwealth Ave.
'J 'c fmnv1Ue....'! of cloVhlMu. clenstr!i I frStrpirf'VV. "_ gu;.' Vojywlrmjo f ,,: J ** 'i; 4' NWa-tfohto: \ soft\ bo"'WBOV:VWWKA.BontMftor.ywr ; .,: ,-.'-! 1 Post 56 as well as the District the next Post me: ting. HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIRS

t'" :P. a Bradford: County $ vplj, ti'.' .I'i,,* ;, .' "'' \' '" '.'. ', 1 V.T'tvi( 't ''i." j and Area organizations In Post 56 meets on the 2nd
\ : '\ { /H'WJV'" "' ;.e, r. 1- "' J ) addition to serving as Post CRUTCHES
Commissioner and local bulk 3 : '' 5u. : : and 4th Tuesday rights at the
/ ? 5 ? .o.'i; Commander and most other
'mt"l'! ent. said the new firm Check JabCdaneS',: J'\: : ;: /.;"1 ; t:I',;'::. .ChckJobs,, donee., r,. i,;., !Indtcetd' tl : I1 L';'j Post offices lie has served as new armory.
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oprratng on July x,'' H( o{ M r "" .t agrz" i:. \ ''IIJEI.ks' .YiOftthse .ysersf District commander District -
rl.tI. J'E' k4 nrr 1 tic' '
-8. -lPrn.t. that he will divide his I .
-''tilf1"\Jbetween 'the Jacksonville f i Cpl: He'r.: ,n\t !,? ,...._--\.r.. '.'\:.#:>_:f... ,. .( \.(,t ". .'." :, He!L .\ '' ,C-alaw( ...: rekerlr !.', !'" "'...1'.,.:" I'. '..:.., rr-,..:. baseball chairman marksmanship and Department STAR RE DEED READY CASH?

6fitt llnd hls"lnterests here '" {-: "I r,' ,. "; ', :' :.'1jti.Qi.. ', .1. .. ,' r. l. 1" -.I"'j"; !....1'. ''" .,.'' .'" ,., chairman. He has served as
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.wv1V p president and general] f l 1 <::011! L I:'. iu'rMH"/l ",.. '' ,"I"II.:. t.flr.. ,,' A.r\'. ( l. NJt: Qt'he "'I ..\\I I'I.: :.: -'- '. .,. Assistant Sergeant-- Arms yI
_mt gee of Gator Frelghtways ,": .'11<.:+"." t.---,_' '.-.. '. ..-. f .",",,'' : ', "tt,...t'. .. ".."1-", ;.' ',. -'..t.Ij.'I." ,...." r'\M.\ ,. !':r for the Department at several BUSNESSDIRECTORY! Come See Us!
I.b.Q; 'ge Paris ower Iwith his ."...., :"' ;' '1.I"/ ;" r t .y; "" .j' "f'1': :\ '. -', '1.\1.1.1.( \ state conventions and at the 1
wife Lillian L. Paris] of r 1 ("Ol"tt.\, ,."'. .,'IIC". ..!,.I....y:; n"frl__I..'....N-,.... .,a, ..t.,tirl.' ,' t,.t31..'torr-'t:, : 1..... rrl:j.i'I.1.ltl' !1-,... ......:......i. : "o'-"J':.:
I"Truck Lines wtiich' will ',, '. '"," r ... : .' ',,,,). ;"... ."." .1.jIIo'; "' ,Ii". .. .'.: i'l' I .. ...1a, '", ,. "tt ." '" las and Miami during the past 'L. 317 tt(,:. We make loan for
e merged with the Oator .I'\'ifT""I.\ ., < '. : .,' '" !;;.h' 'J)", ,.J.k :..u\ .;.1..1.; J.'I'' ''J: any worthwhile purpose
"'..' t. ; \; .... t"' ( ; JM.t" : : two years.
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L"17 iI. r ". J' .. .er ... .t..A, ...\\V. \. .:..J". ; ;' : ';'. ;- ''f. In his new office he will be ;
i 4..t aut11 i Paris !Is treasurer of l taus! 't.f/: : .'tidfl, t" ..'1'.1': ,' "" ': .' .. .. ..... ; responsible for the 'duties of AUTO SERVICE nL
--corporation, and J. Ed- l :I YOKH:," #(,i' .1 t.,':.'.- 1.1'1,' '! "" d; ,'1,.J.\\ .......:.;;..;'eM.}.:.. '....'>.(If: ....',..'w1J. (t'z. ,\( .$"hl"\\1" J' w 3ett9r. IfiF... ', '. .. ...- ---,....,.r", .','I l Sertennt-at-Arms( at the next $25 to $600DO
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"ward'Allen. Jacksonville attorney ': ,,' ( .Il .r;: .
,10 'f m/ w ,'J./-( ,<' .. and will
.. State Convention
', is 'f."" d..' ., "'. j i. ,..f ,. '. .,. .. "": '. I .. .f J I 1., ,I./ .. 7Jr Gilbert S. Brown YOU HAVE .
secretary and gen- I( isi3"af" .1, j.!.,{ I!!.'itN, 1 + 1 r.. f ..iI-' ..t.t.--_ 'C ., '.. ...w. .,, perform many other duties
y'4. .
ereibrbunsel.l :; .:; :. \.; >o( : 'i :' "vj.' r. .'.-
: ". ..rraw. .wi. ." : ... ..1. ., N'' ,\ to do with convention
dJtr6 I > :,: "' t1!# "M.rtihl. :., ,' .. ., ?1o.tt;- 'liJt lr ..lptn:.a.' ., ', having Standard! OU Servlro Station -Too many payments
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Former State Senator Char- "Wi I,.ilLt''i; .' ,,. .r. : : J .. : arrangements
Ifj'M chairman Johns of of Starke' Is/ t autioI"i9"." _,'.\>. ,,. "' :{. '' f..w,.,:.-,'.....,.... .'1'.r>, %" :'(:>..' ".,,;"1" ;'a:''a.;.. (.;,'.'..',..l'. \' 1 ,:f1ff;."r.tt-ciqwr: .::. ;'irMJ't ( 7i' ".. .r+ ..,i+=., .e TT'St )t '>::1'1.:'..' Schaefer was nominated for TIRES dl ATLAS BATTERIES : to make

directors the board andother" : .. .: !" ; : .." l.a'.I. \ .:; ; ': .. : ; lgt., ,: : :,Mit.'oUfl'.t. tlrrlrt : the Past after campaigning Budget Terms-Rond Service ;, -Too many bills to
are: Wade t ) u '" f/' ; : < r'tb'' < Jn.r .. .:. throughout' much of the state Phone M4-1071 =
of Tampa heir to the ,. ', 1.. >. rl"" . ''v aia.H.....:*J u'' ljt .\ : ? t. ti"i. t
3&ti3&n 11| JIftrfnan: Interests \ ,' ., ,.:,. .....,. ? .( ..;" : ".FW; :{'oj. . "' :,.,,"t!" i ",>,.. .: '.;< oi ., Ii I."Oo ,J I< and at various State Legion 407 ]:i. Temple StarL1HURST'S payToo many taxes

sausage : (. I ;;' ; \ :ii /. .. ': : ... .; H-f ?\ :{ft. y.i pol (1tit l r' f..yt.: .. : .... 'tOo. 1'1.' ', :IJ functions. His name was
. nan. Hunt Jr., of Hunt" } $f'rht. i. _:_.'a__... .iYat.tI'b': : t.- r ,lr.L ... r -.-... .""' ..'..-:--' .. J'. placed' In nomination by Past \ y '' coming due?
''Thick. Sales Tampa and Ml- ) t i. i .
: t. ,'>> ;:r. Iwi"I\\ 1- t ::1'17J-e.; Department Commander Bill,
':.ldMilton! Hollls. vice presl- ; ; f's.' & :I, '''i\' ; ;\{ '<<: .J r rw H tnt't''Jo: (:':' '' ; A'A 'Edwards of Daytona Beach
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'de' tpt; Ray l'o Electric Co.-- ltrhtft'' -. lr +, '. ,. ''' ..!'''' .:.. ..,.'.' ".b" H. and AI Crosby of Post 56. SIJELL Let Us H '
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1'nPB: Miami and Jackson-' w "I1,: "I\ JI''';' ; .. It.i'J\, < ': > -:: .{ ; I Service Station
,vJJle Pete firlnson Jackson-1 .. ,'" ..,' ...'.} )' .: ': : .' :..1. ., '- p +t r" :"L J>O. S's. .LU. Schaefer won over two opponents Problems
? ( ti ,t C ttG.. w .r. .' ,;" .: / '> ::.-:.. ; ,' ,... :! '''!'! "?, ''' : { ijJ.Jf ... r.i'.m., In a race which -
_yre \ : proved ,
la lrSalvd'e..'George Solomon Co. Jackon-Solo- ;i" "r".Ai'o.:.''&:!. !;'..+''Jtr.a.li", ': ;; ,rgtir'. !1. : 'f ". J.-. :.. ".ro'.... .' >0.It'.. 4.J.!... .'," II''..: '\Ii'! I 1 t.:; ,,, (r"J'l'Y;. fjI..t"f'.: ..,,' . to be the most hotly con- ':I flan O1N. Lubrication '

t*hv 111V1 Lester Greenfield ( >; chfr, t>"'l";" ,' f ,. : ;" :. ".',. ;'rt' .t.t't. )\,,l-nckbr":; 4I .( '. "'Id,:! fl'il I*iri'l1tI' / ,'\ ';JI'... 1I.1 tested one at the convention. Goodyear Tire. &: Battmrle TOWN FINANCE CO.
Jack- .
; Stt"A, .. #' ":. .,. ..''. ---......l....-,-_' .., j.L. .', .."", .."..,.. \ .1 .,,..,,.,"'---'J.-:-" 't",:' '..-P.1.,."".,...,IT.. ROAD SERVICE
Bob Greenfield New 1.2 .I' 226 N.
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Others attending the Temple Phone 9C4-7149
Q/iOl'lVllle:/ .- .:, >*tf teM>- i !.*+..F jVv.hjpptftcf'ciV .: ; t i,1", ,:': ;' .< )J'&iokkLiittr; :: 11 : +i ; ri r I>' JI. con- 801 100 Starke
Srprk; Amos Howard( Lake ; : ; : YM .. : :I ,: _\ .. .i : vention from Post 56 were and -
15t' < > 4l.; ; .05';: : : .'";,, ..j.rS", 'I; ". 'V, ST-\ : ," .; \ : ,-, ,*.< I.I
e.r} : and Frederick Scharar 'i '. Commander:: W. L. Soto. Historian -
.C f,.iln, U. S. Marine Corps. : .; : v \;.. >h. pH ".S ;"\::;pjlY.jJ.'tfr.J \ ': :; !.f, ") : ,,,' / ,'f-f,; ...'.-,'. John Grew and:!' Serge-

Jcns: i said that negotiations Ll' } rt:M r4.jv. t1Ti"el"rt f! r' ., ._ ..;.:'/ '.' .v:, i(:; Pfd 1 f."M ,;l dt ...)\.:ctlctya:fOr6lilldy'.a..,; ant-at-Arms Frank Williams.*
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;;h./iRrmlnff> :\ .the corporation : ..' .. i.jI:!; ...r ( ,''? ., Jr. the
:: ; I I .'t. -: "." .. II' > .:- < ., 1: A. J. Thomas. was COHN AUCTIONSCohn's
*H r. the In- -'fI", J:, .'j' :. .. '. I 3 BIG
< Durchaslng: Ryfer: \ ; : .".... .. 1M' . ..J'. "I only other Starke Legionnaire:
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tractate authority had been ':. < ) ,.l'.... ,,\ .. ,
under Since last Novcm- y'h.' ,. ,.-1'G1 ",JIt'I'\6"l'l''!'\ I '. 1 .,, '... t f<'"" .!! \:.... ''',1.;'' ,t'. 'J )j. ." ". ....J... \ '. .''r'.l' .

., way A .'.,, ,. .R., 'S' P ,., '. '. ,4 L "'...:[ 1i': 'I":,: fh'J!{,'iJI11i ; regularities had occurred in at Inc. Auction No. 1072U.
Stores Bankruptcy
bar Department -
iyflbrWa: Final Public approval Service from Com-the t.'J..' Ali( !.,-i): :. :: ..,-::;: : ,,:t tAtt;:;; ; : 1i :r: &3, ;hr l 7..!!,t'i)7f: i; :f; i.; }'ty 1!:, Mlt;.' 1";.d' ;;: least one precinct on May 7. A
recheck of machines
r voting
olr. ;) o of \
Middle Dist lion
jHMfon. whl"h regulates Intra- i';.i ': .,' ,: ,., ; .. .. \. .t''fl' : S. Dist: Court Georgia Algie Al. Meseley\ Jr.
-Mire lines .t 'f '; tt'. ..\<>t jJ iht.; :' t'J .,.Ai'( '''' ,< :' .r; ti'; :t'I/t! ;t' ,.,::::-":.: :)tJ'! .!,j\" tn:* : .! '.t i t;. rr '; disclosed that several register-
truck \
received : ;
was p. ... ; ..... .. ,
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i od. ; ,
.- .. '."('ttiTM.rr.l. ;> ..r.o',.. ".1" -,, :t ( .' 't. -'/ I. ',.r"....iri. '. \I '..".. \." .; I' \' ;. ." .d "" ,"'-'_: f. J.'.'.''f M i Republican had voted the Referee In BankruptcyThe
JJvi; oy 17. 1'4' 'P. "' ..' ';.', \ T( : '. ; 1'f., g1M! "_ 2'' ,,-'f.t !"!':'" ''..'.\. p.., / Oo. .1).t'. IP ). '''''',, 'V Democratic ticket and the Cir-
JQAPs sail that na( equip- : ': i"t;rt :'' '1'' ?i : '::' i :.;\' Oft ,,' ]% ':; ; ""lfb"j:1"-1: ,:: ;. '1P.r II"'fit. ....1.'r"'; >I'. ." ;,' :' .1Ffft"j! al I"I' "r.'f' I .;0 < .1 cuit Court ordered that Newell entire Inventory of department More merchandise all fixture and offleo equipment -

tiliiPwas p purchasedfrom Ry-i! I ," ..11- 5'siLlievb'e. ;; : ,. .Wt'rkfl'df1J. : ."c11tr, : ,.i,n', i tail, ''elt.! .r-eet...... ,., {nalM.'thlllt'JP.tD"1".Wnere\f"r". ; . \ '", ,: '.pry,and Wilson ,1. ;'II Jo ', 1
ty .:., .t. I" J ; '1'l".j' (i: : ; .l.I'.i.\-., ;'.r..i.\!\." .t ," 28.
m1 lbut only: Its authority to!;'." ':t'' :, ',,1..' ... ''' .. .,. ....'..r.F' ':4 .'".. ....'j'hYsty'N 1:'. '.:M.}. ,. ." ,! .'.'f.'Y., : ; ; ..' .f,,';'!".1ft'i'.t't 4' ;': ? ; :' : garVol4wr \ : I POUR I'KIC'E! 11..1'("'" an excellent:: opportunity to ouiil:\\ > jour Inventory utMg

Kpcrnie truck service within .,. :rk 0 a :"; 1 i".t \ ""t : "j" y' '", '.\' : "L 1. .\' i"' ......:..;::.... yr..:. ., "....... Social SecurityRepresentative savIngs to yell
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the tate ot'Florda.' : II''','c..,<. ..':.' .ry.'!/1'1' ".:8..1.,1'. 1'. r'.....'.". ( ."q.'..'.'.11 '.'r :, ,.. \\" .. !, "1o'i> ,;'1"I"; ,); wr '4.-.,..: ,!. < ; ,'\: ;'.;!!Ity't": 9t" r.?.r".,..;:.,.S..'ro'6'-',,_'....'.' .4.1: r':_,.... '. ..,'.",. I, iNSI'I:CTlONi. one hour before Male at nosh ItHutlon.TKItMHi .

Od r Frelghtways! to ", tJ' .r'1x, ", .t...r' 1'," ",p.le1\ .):t"-i.f."- : tb :1pnd:(. i f "r91i t ': '. .' { : : Cash Cashier heck plans r ti;, ,??> sire*. : .: 't ,. : Cttf! \ 'I ," .'.t".I.\tt\ .bt' :;Jy,., .:ax j{ I t1!j,:'a 'V1 tflt"' : .:. tl'1, 'J'n Sets Schedule check. Make all (check payable to Hugh Less\ Trustee..
operate 75 trucks and trailers. i I i'... :/.;' ::: 7" .o''''r.1f.Io' .(j, :' ''\,.i' /-' f'y( : : : : ,;; .'1. .......: ..Ito i .1''!.. \\f-I: :''jJ<
I ili",;:.' \ I ;: 1":',v: 1.. ,' c'. IZAAOF'0 Pt.Jtr't"'bEVel.OI1Mt: "'p.A 1 1''i""r X.:' :i.a2'fJ, iqaN "' 4 { '\.W"t'j 1: ., Ratnh L. Fontana, a '
; ," ,4.\\; \\:. 'p.i''rn : !'> n't.71: .... ,JI.. repre-I' SCHEDULE OF SALE DAYS OF THESE 3 STORES:
ADD MACHINE;.; ROLLS.r' '. .1' .Itf..i.: ,, ".0., Ot"Jl) : .. .f +; .y.M: # j:1" ; sentative! of the
yyys'y' : .
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\ ;" ., #..,. ;, : ,,:- ;\ \;;; ,: .. ..... .,..: ... ..,: : '....1. Social! Office
Fll : 'IJ.t, Security ,
Folders;complete line of-i rQ'. : '10>1' j S"tA r. l ,' ; >t ,1Soiof,,'! \o,7 :'" .. .>1. i'\I'\ ''''' ,. : h.: Starke Fla. Store June 6,10:00 A.M., Local Time
Ir ,
flee ." .. ,.', t, :tctJ. : ....:.. 'Y' ... .". 't..J 1".t.e., t ..,' .l", "r' ..>1. f'r. ..., .... ,,,, .. In Starke at the Agriculture
luppJles.The Telegraph. '-Ater,.a. .J .'4": ... Oo'. Jo1 I .:Jo..-> "" I..oiVoI.d.) ...... 1!.'. ,"' __ J. ....1:' "'" '1"""" .. "tSv. Live Oak Fla. Store -June 11, 10:00: A. M., Local Time..
...?1tU-6303.. .iU1 Building! at 9:30: a. m., each,
Madison, Fla. Store June 13, 10:00 A. M., Local Time
hotly contested District, Clay Monday( and Thursday for the
Sales | annual Anti-Rabies Clinic will 1 County Commission post by 120 purpose of conducting social j I
:;; be, held Saturday.:! June 1. votes in Tuesday's second pri- security business. For Complete Information Write OFFICES IN:

: :Y GAINESVILLE Are SlowMotor The clinic will be held from mary. Persons who desire to make I For Descriptive Brochure! Miami 40 Curtis Parkway
tI I 9-12 noon in the City Park The count (including absen- applications:: for social security First Federal Building Miami Springs, Fla. 33166
from the Health De-
vehicle tags continuedto across tee ballots. ) was! 2,795 for retirement or survivors bene-
>' move slowly as 1968 sales partment and at City Hall in ell to 2.673 for NeW-j, ) fits, secure social security account P. O. Itox 501 Phone Area 305 888.5385

assert 1 In the office of Tax Lawiey from 2-4 p. m. on Luther B. (Cooter) WU numbers, or get any Columbus, Gn. 31902 Chicago 3766 W. Devon Ave.

,;Business Directory Collector J. R. Kelly this same date. Other locations in In the. First Primary. New other social security Informa- Phone 322-4619 Chicago: III. 60645
:: the county will be announced
tion are Invited to see our
week. ell had a one vote margin-over Phone Area 312 676-3970
Only- 2.250 tags had been Wilson, who filed suit askingfor representative at the time ol
Jack Trawick sanitarian.
AUTO SALES !MEN'S WEAR sold Wednesday morning. May his visit.
urges' all pet owners of these a recount charging! that Ir- -
29 of approximately 7.000Kelly's
jo saAissuiiJt; ( i no1 1 soa.iB
"tfftASINGTONCAjQUJLAO STAG 'N DRAG oftice will be open
this service as well as.. to take
every day until 5 p.m. and
advantages of the low clinic
m Stanley Blacker Coat
SALES ft SERVICE Saturday June 1, from 8:30:
price of $2 an animal.
Arrow Dress Shirts
until for
MAtf a.m. noon persons
Selection of VMM 0arIIlltaken
"While in 1067 Bradford
On Cadillac TratJeIIOOf''N.W. Puritan Sweaters unable to get to the' courthouse -
Peters Jackets I County had only one positive
: during regular hours.
13th Ph. 378-5301! '
.. ..c. Ladies Sportswear The office'will also be open I Rabid 'animal we must rem-
ember led the State with
n+:w!:;' CRANE 2 Thursday! May 30. on Memorial -
StcrM 13V. Unlvrrelty Rnbls cases In 1963" Trawick
f'i tL 4EoLN-MERCUilY and GulneHVlllo Mall Day when the rest of the 1.1 I
a e 1
Xtrthorlzed Sales &: Sence22a courthouse offices will be says.The Health Departmentwarns

) L1'It, t Main Ph. 372.4373 closed. all persons in the

MOBILE HOMES[ county"to stay away from nor

"Cane Imports Rabies Clinic mally wild animals that seem

VJU .1:: 1\10 AUHttn Dual,,) MUSTANG Set SaturdayFor tame and friendly.
6att }te.f.J; University, Gainesville f
'Phone 372-4251: Mobile Homes, Inc. Animals Five SentencedAt

Beauty, AcademyPOWELL'S anlneivllle'a DiiKoant Mobil 'The Bradford County Health Plea Day

"' flame Bade Lot. Department announces the
Last ThursdayFive

Beauty Academy Jail sentences were
As low as $100 down. e '' c' AIITNDpIZEDCEAt2.Ta CHtL Fwituwr.i..A
banded out !by County JudgeT.
Learn a Profession 1n YomBPAre'Tlme. 4830 N.W. 13th 378-1346 .
Pull or Part Time A. Yawn In Plea Day proceedings -

elc I NW. 10th 378-27B6 In County Judge's II
i Court last Thursday.
Office Equipment I
E1iF.M'RICIOTO\ Sticking to his longstanding -

r I I policy of Jail terms for
;ELECTRIC Hancock OfficeEquipment speeders convicted of driving

100 mph or over Judge Yawn
Motor Repair Co. sentenced 17-year-old Starke

r -"Of Gainesville Inc. youth. William Mark Adams,
inti.ct.JtepalrtngRewLndln SmlU -Coron\! Auth. DealerClaryVictorTotat1I Ask to three days,"which he was allowed -

and Uned ( to serve.over. the week-
8ftf'-N.W.. 16th Ph. 372-831 ..dlng. MachIne., Calculaton
CharleyE. end.Adams was arrested Saturday -
Fajroxand Industrial night. May 18 by FHP

Equipment 3338 X. :Main Ph. 876-5551 Trooper 'W. I* Love on SR-100 +
about four 'miles east of
Santa Fe Tractor, Johns 1 'Starke. ,.

1.j,1?;<1j? FOR PAINT & GLASS!' Sentences were also Imposed
Farm!Tractors A Implement in the following caiaes> :

'm USED EQUIPMENT Liddell Paint & About this question -J. B. Murphy 10 days for I Chrysler Newport now priced about
SAl Ba PART SERVICE driving while his license \la under .

US8 N.W. 6th :S:6-2M8! Glass Co. "Another complete fire -Leroy suspension.Dillon, three days $2.29 a month more than Chevy Caprice i

GAItDEN' SUPPLIES GlassMirror Siloing Door loss! reported in the news- for driving without a licence: l .

Johnson & Faris, Inc. Tub Furniture Encloaares-Shower Top.-\\'IncloWII Dooi was paper partially, with comment covered by'loss] In- and a 923 tag.Daniel ."fine'' .for using Improper Chrysler Newport now priced about a high-price, low-price car). That little ,'>1 '\.:'

'!'.:"Complete LIne of \\1ndows-Awnlnlr surance'. Does this mean Wilson 10 days on $2.29 a month more than a Chevy more now moves you up into a big, full- '.

*-c SEy.D9-PtANTS'Insecticides that people guess low on each of two counts( : of petty. I Caprice* (which is still a Chevy, a sizeaimostshamefullyelegantChrysler ,:'
118 N'. W.
16th 372-8191
-Pet Supplies their property value, or do larceny. He will serve the I

;;- FERTILIZERSow. they resist buying fullvalue terms concurrently starting I .. price, low-price car). Chrysler Newportand that's an unbeatable deal. Afford '. !

2 .. Rent Fertilizer. spreader. SEWING MACHINES coverage? Does your June 7. now priced about $3.78 a month more a Chrysler? The way we're dealing, can '
22.(;1.W. 8th Ph. 372-0 HB have an experience --Owen Carter 90 days on a > '
agency' worthless check charge. than a Ford LTD (which is still a Ford you afford to pass it up?
ed'appraiser who can accurately --' .

LADIES' WEAR National Sewing estimate the valueof Based on comparison of manufacturers' suggested retail prices for Chrysler Newport. Ford LTD end Chevrolet Caprice-dr hardtop comparably equipped. With speed automatic'
';'It. Newell Wins transmission, power brakes, power steering' radio white tida-wan tires, wheel covers. Comparisons are based on one-thlyd down 36 monthly payments excluding, other optional
?"LCherry': Machine Co., Inc. my "property to be in- ,.. equipment, destination charges, state and local taxes, interest 'Insurance and licensing lees

(auie" ,\vniV* Moat FaihlonaM Pfitff -New Home. Nelco sured? Second Time 11eef N8 4

.Address: For Ladle.11RF)98FSSUITSCOATS. E. Johns i e
L:red and Charley
.l.*JmCRNTTT'VEAB c> All Make I Agency -

'ACCESSORIES! 131; S. Walnut St. Newell retired .. L'
ii E: 7 University Ave. | 611 \V. tTnl>entity 378-1359 PHONE 961-5070 officer and Green Cove Spring I U. S. 301 North'i Starke Fla, Phone 9646600tlnftS

a nd Gainesville :Mall! auto 1i''J1cy employee, !neon the i
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Keystone. HilitesBy 25 To Graduate Monday At KHS I

Regina Schuber --

Please Phone in Your Items 4733067WOMAN'S -- ., I

Keystone Council II Baccalaureate Sunday

I' The Baccalaureate service for The devotional '
CLUB weeks before the opening of will fce
Accepts Bid 23 members. of the
Graduating'class brought Barclay
by Marilyn Kay'
Just a reminder to our loca l the KOP (IKeystone-on-Par- I of -
artists that. it Is only flv, are] arts and crafts show on For Police Car Keystone Heights High and a vocal selection wtll
,. School will 'be
ft. II.A.II i ii.iitV! 'imJin h"fumU'i held Sunday eve- be sung by Mrs..Linda WbiJit -
July 1. ningat 7-30: ( o'clock.ln the .. -
I We hope prospective exhibitors The Keystone Council, at First Baptist Church of Keystone -
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS I are busy preparing their Us meeting: last week, votedto -L.-- .. .... .. _,.-... i ? Heights.
I entries.A accept the low bid of$2,190 w yr } The Baccalaureate sermon
registration blank and submitted by Baldwin Chevrolet will be '
delivered Jesse P.
program will be mailed to Co. of Starke on a new '. -......... .- -- rence Carroll, pastor.by of the'i
artists who have been sent police car.Police ,'y First Baptist Church, and the

announcements of KOP week.If Chief Wally Muhl- ,. tea-. ''ur, invocation will be brought by
you are not on our mail- hofer requested that the city .t Rev Wil'liam' Jones, rector of
DIRECTORY ing list, and would like to ex- have cage installed in the car St. Anne1 Episcopal Church.
hibit, please write Mrs. H. as a safety measure In transporting : Chuck Whlacnant ''will delivera
f ...... Sohuber, Clover Lane, Box / prisoners, and Councilman -I Prayer for !Peace, and the
168. Keystone Heights: or Ray Wlnans said he ,, 4i' I congregation will join in singing '.
,. .
I BEAUTY SHOP phone 4733067. would check into. costs of' "God Bless America.. The ,
This Is a no-jury noprizesshow. such equipment and submit a I' f M 1 y benediction will' !be pronouncedby
KEYSTONEBEAUTY The paintings will be report later. r Assistant 'Principal Herbert

hung in the municipal building The old will White
SHOP car bed
and remain for I Commencement
the dur-
disposed of by sale to the
Edith Johnson, Owmer: ation of KOP week. Graduates will receive ,their :
highest bidder.
f Personal &: Creative Hair Styling ALTAR SOCIETYThe diplomas Jn Commencement
Every Form of Beauty Installation of the new exercises set for Monday nightat
Culture Tues.-Sat. 9-5; closed officers of the St. Williams Jr.-Sr. Banquet "I 4,:, t 1, ,. 8 o'clock the KMI HS gym-

I Altar Society was held on Held At G'Ville e naalum.
RA a Jacqueline Godwin, class
NURSERY Monday. May 20, in the
Church Hall. Coutnry ClubThe Salutatorian, will speak on "A
Free" (People," and Deborah
Father Edward Installed
O.C.Carnes Nursery, the following: President annual Junior-Senior. Knight, Valedlctortan! will Deborah KnightValedictorian
Ilwy. 100, Florahome- 650-2165, Mrs. John Sullivan; Vice Prom of Keystone Heights have .a. her topic, "Today's
Nursery Stook. Thousand President Mrs. H. Deuter-. High/ School was held on Fri- Challenge." se _-
of Plants rrutt TWM to mann: Treasurer Mrs. H. day, May 17, at the beautiful d The commencement address
J choose from Shade Trees, Evergreens Button: Secretary. Mrs H. new Gainesville Golf &; COun- will 'be delivered by Jaane P.
&: Landscape Plants in Schuber.' try Club. Tyned, Clay County Superintendent -

containers I A coffee hour preceded the A ,banquet was served at u/, of Public Instruction, 1'r' I IiQ
Camellias &: Azaleas Installation ceremony. 7:30: o'clock In the main din- ., who win also present diplomas
Let Us,Do Your, Landscaping ay to the graduates.
1 GOLF NEWS ing room of the club. The Invocation '
On May IS, nine ladles from' was given by Assistant ., M KirHS Principal Joseph Ben- '5'- .I ,
ion will present wpoical awards
USED CARS [Continued On<< Page Three] Principal Hubert White ,
and greetings were extendedto : Senior Class of 1968 v
Hanks Used Cars the Seniors by Daryl Johnston -
SCHEDULE SENIOR were on a "bases loaded" home
1 BIG. CASH DISCOUNT fi OF SERVICES president of the Junior I run by Jimmy> Martin.MELROSE.
I M I Class. First row (left to right) : Debbie Knight, Jackie I SUPERLATIVESThese
BUY -SELL TRADE Godwin, Peggy Voyles, Connie Byrd Jane McCul-
PARK Alter the banquet, dancing
Ht 1 Box *01CKK8 I lough Danny Hinck, Leslie Beam, Pat Wrinkle.
Rwy. MOles n.! Rtarke of-the was enjoyed from 9 till 1 a. Second row ((1-r) : ''Dorothy Ilardenberg, Carolyn are. the members of
m. with music provided ,by EASTERN STAR Clance, Ginger BleaMiale! Ann Triest, Gerald Sheets the class' of 1968 who have
CONCRETE PRODUCTS had the honor of named
I PALMSSUNDAYS "The Loved Ones." Mothers Night was observedat Bob Murwin, Wayne Homer, Marilyn Barclay. being

INSIST>THAT ALL YOUR After the dance the Seniors, Eastern the May Star 21 Chapter meeting with of the an. Third row ((1-r) : Larry Linsin (Class Sponsor) ;l"Senior Most Supeilatlves"Intellectual::Deborah By Joyce Row

OONCBZTB PRODUCTS 11:00: >> AM.7:30 P.M. and their dates and escorts appropriate courtesy honoring Mike Heskett, Wendy Ilawes, Glenn Few, Malcolm Knight and Owen Baker .A A 4A uuu

ARE THIS .BEST .FROM left for the home of Mr. and I [Continual.:/ On Page Three] Johnston, aimmy Wlldt. I Best Looking: Jackie. Godwin Mrs of
Guy Bonney director
THURSDAYS Mrs. Marvin H. Homer, wherea Not in photograph: Roxanna Valdejuli, and Larry and Oerald Sheets. the
Museum of the American
Edward's Building 7:30 P.M. Ricks. Most Athletic: Ann Trlest Jacqueline GodwinSalutatorian
FUNDAMENTALBIBLE cookout was enjoyed duringthe and Mike Heskett. Indian in Marathon. was a.
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Supply, Inc. TEACHINGAll early morning/ hours. Best Dressed: Leslie Beam guest of '!Mr. and Mrs Ronald }

I I The next day most of the Garden Club Mrs :J.A. William; Birds &: and Malcolm Johnston. Anowsmlth this week She
726 8. Ha1ft-17-4844 had colored slides of her recent K. Morris who has earned hit
Swi Ices Held In The class enjoyed an outing at Conservation, Mrs. RP. Vogh; Most Likely to Succeed:
AlNESVJI.LI]., FLA. bird tour of India and BSA from the U. of F-
Of The Lakes and Olenn degree
New Bible Center Crescent Beach. -BAPTIST Corsage &: Flower Show, Mrs. Peggy Voyles Few
Ceylon and a visit with a mu- and ,will be recognized'' during
LC. Best All-Around
School : Wendy
First Baptist Church Rev Stripling; High
Lawrence Carroll pa&tor. Sunday : Installs OfficersThe Gardeners, Mrs. J. Miller Haw Ices and Wayne Homer.. tual friend Dr. Indu Bakll, annual, Commencement ceremoniesJune -
who la a professor at the University 8.
-' W I k 1 kntl '
T n e; -Litter and
School, 9:45: a: m. Wor Garden Club of the Class Flirts: Marilyn Barclay ,
I of Benares, Benares After col-
Trees, Mrs. Landscape graduating from
ship Services. 11 and I ; and link
a. m. Lakes held Its annual luncheon Danny '
I'm' Tickled Pink! a and Roadside !Develop- India. lege is Carol Rothhammer,
7:30: p. m. Training Union,, and
Installation of officers at
Class Clowns
Jane MoC UI-
ment, Mrs. O.J. Murrhee, Sr; : Mr. and Mrs. Scott Richards who will receive her BA Degree -
6:30: p. m. Nursery open for 12:30 23, ,
: p.m. Thursday May lough and James Wlldt.
all services. World l Gardening, Mrs. Ira Slppiell are parents to a baby in Humanities from Lit-
In the Masonic at
building Raye; Telephone, Mrs. .ned boy, Scott Richards\ Sdpprell. tle Hock University on May.
What's It All About? CATHOLIC Keystone The head Heights.table was centered I Hagen; Awards, Mrs Emily filth! 8nnlingr. Jimmy Jr., born May 24 at the Glendale 28.

St. William's! Church.-Bun-, with an. arrangement of yellow Ison; Parliamentarian and LegIslation Martin pitched for the Volunteers Hospital In Palatka. Maternal Mr. and Mrs Dick Logsdon
day Mass, 9 a. m. WednesdayMass day lilies and ''blue stokeala, Mrs. Emory Cooper; and Tommy Smart for grandparents are Mr. and family, and Dick's mother,
and Novena, 7 Membership, Mrs. [Frank and Mrs. Harold Rldaugiht of
p. m. while day lilies and greenerywere Scales. Mrs. Ouess! of Ohio, spent the
Look Below/ And Find Out '-COMMUNITY CHURCH used on the other tables Demorest; Chaplain, Mrs R.H. The Volunteers'. big Inning, 'alatka and paternal grandparents weekend vlsltlnq friends and
Sunday School, tt.49: ( a. m. Tiny potted zinnias, .markedeach Schneberger. was In the third when they are Mr. and Mrs. C. relatives here The LogsdonsContinued
Morning/ Worship, 11 a. m. place setting, and potted I. Hostesses for the luncheonwere scored five runs, four of which Murray SippieJl of Melrose I ICongratulations [ On Next Page].
Mrs. Gardiner, Mrs. Sun-
Nursery at 11 o'clock service' plants and magnolia blossoms' to Philip
derland: and Mrs. Wrinkle.Volunteers .
only. Roy. Leon F. Mllner. were placed at vantage points.'
paae')r. Mrs. J. N. Hellmuth, District
-EPISCOPAL Director of the Florida (Federa- '
THE FULL 5 PER CENT ALLOWED St. Anne's Church. Rev. tion of Garden Clubs Installed
nWl William I. Jones, Vicar Holy the following officers for the 9-' .7Over .
Communion 8 a. m every coming year: Mrs. Albert
IN ANY MULTIPLES OF $100.00 Sunday First Sunday Holy Baclimann; president, Mrs. Sam Scales I
DEPOSIT Communion! 8 a. m and 9:30a. : "Gardner, 1st :vice president: \
BEING PAID BY KEYSTONE STATE BANK. / m. Second third, and fourth Mm. Lena Clemens 2nd vice
I Sundays Morning Prayer president; Mrs. E.D. Long- Volunteer defeated. Scale
J 9:30: a. m. Evening Prayer -I necker treasurer: Mrs. William Super Store, 9-1 in the only'
-Sunday, 7pm. Holy Days, Warren secretary. game played in Keystone Little
So Easy For YOU To Do! Simply Fill Out The Form Be- I' will be announced. Mrs. Bachman beginning her : League Saturday night. The

low And Return To Us With Check Made Payable To Us LUTHERAN Divine Worship 11 a. m. second announced year the as follotwlg club president chairmen -, and second Cunningham's game between was Belote's rained .

For Proper Amount.Deposits _w Sunday. Holy Communion 2nd : Library, Mrs. R.N. Sun- out.Volunteers :
Sunday. Services held each derland; Garden Therapy, :Mrs. scored an easy
DM. Pater: Horticulture, Mrs.I victory over Scale) In a game
Sunday at st. Anne's Episcopal ;I
CE. Mitchell; Publicity, Mrs. which was played entirely in ..
Church. Richard 1<
Meyer i Leon Wagner: Ways & !Means. the rain and called at the end "
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I, OWEN BAKER, being of pursue the meaning of DBD.I Weeks. | ': ,. do hereby leave a Wallace shy and Innocent to Debby I, JAMES WUXrr.; betn* of
guild mind and 'body, do hereby LESLIE BEAM, of sound I, DOROTHY HARDEN- ,. .' .
1 button for Mrs. Brown, an Dey.I sounti:! mind fragile body,
.bequeath all the tnowl tga mind and body, do hereby do leave to jj, I
BEROH. hereby unused English! book to Mrs GERALD SHEETS, do do hereby leave my 'book
that I never did gt, but UfltUl leave with Terry DeWltt.I. r Mr. White my long locks.I I'I'r PetreUa, my football Jersey, hereby leave my sound mjn< "Wlldt's Oooder English," toMrs.Petrella
available tor those uxter'ktod. VIRGINIA, ARLENE WENDY HAWKES. being dipped In.gold, to. the bare and-body to-Jack Winsate.I. whd"learned, me
Just remember, what JKLEASDALE, being of sound I of sleepy mind and body, do'' trophy case, and to all the ANN TRIEST, -being .of to .talk gooders--ftid- yon 'know won't hurt you. but mind and body (I think], do hereby bequeath. my ability to girts back there -"Eat your sound body and questionable golfing ability! to Gory Lelno.
''What I. MARILYN you don't BARCLAY will! being "-hereby leave behind: to Geraldine find a new idol to Vicky B., I hearts out-il'm leaving." I mind, leava permanently. plus my bass Buttariteklns

of aound mind and foodydohereby Yoho some of my natural and lots of luck to next year'sseniors I. JANE McCULLOUOH. I, ROXANNA VALLEDE- thumb.
leave by knack of I curls; to Debby Kings 'cause they'll need It. i leave my ability to mess up JULI, -of-abstract: mind\ and I. PEGGY VOTEES.' do
NOT cettjlng caught to OlennMooneyham bury my technique to foul out I, MIKE HESKETT, hereby I one year book to Sharon sound body, do hereby leave. hereby give my ability! to skip
who needs it; l all basketball I !games. ; and finally bequeath 50 pounds to Van I Brannon. and my ability to I. LARRY RICKS, being of classes to JoAnn Kuykendali.RiToDAY .
and my Yankee ingenuity ito leave my ability to cut Ellis, and to Mike Murrhee I I toluslr Tit-the1 wrong times to sound mind and feeble body,
all who.need It. I then leave up with the underclassmen' to leave my talents for dating Tracy: Baker. ,. I leave my love do hereby bequeath the follOWing -
tor New York and Virginia toWell 1 all seniors of 69. girls; to Vicky B., I leavemy for. psrohftdellc music.to Larry : to Mike I leave Rita, in
I, CONNIE BYRD do here- self; to Mr. Llnsln I leave the Llsln. !good faith: to Debbie I leave
by leave 133 tickets to a Beat- Junior Class: and to Woody':! I I I II I. DEBBIE KNIGHT, do i Mike; to Joseph, I leave my
tie Concert to Larry Llnsln. leave the nice clean, sandy, leave" -all 'the w1ld' Senior hair-raising ordeals to Uv
and to all the girls, I leave wicked football field. I v, : nights. to the Dey [Debbl. through; to Jimmy Walden I
my ability to write letters to I. DANNY HINCK, leave my I. BOB MURWIN, hereby ]leave nothing; and to Larry
guys in the Armed Forces.I I ability to fumble the ball ,to I r ,,,, leave ,to Keystone Heights Ltnsin I leave the memory of
GLENN 'FEW, leave, taking next year's halfbacks. Donnle I ;'.' j:I School my sweat, toil, and Geometry class.
everything with me. Bell, Joe Moore, Jack ,' books from here to eternity. I, PAT WRINKLE, do hereby -
I, JACKIE GODWIN, do I gate and Ron v.'....', .).. .CINDY. GRACE do here leave my ability to gain '

i: hereby leave myself to Mike I, MALCOLM wIn-I I'j'j'i i by bequeath by ability to act weight to Geraldine Yoho. I'

University, Arkansas. 4th. Senior High Chorus offered
I Baptists To Hold two choral selections.
Carol attended the UnIversity 1i
on a four-year grant from ',1'1, Vacation Bible School The welcome was gdven by :
the Melrcue Woman's Club, and '".< The Ellam -Baptist Church Gregory Huff. president of the i
also received the Leigh Pearsall ,','., will hold its annual Vacation Senior Class. Scripture and '
Memorial Scholarship In 1964. Bible School June 10th prayer were gWen by Rev t
At, LRU she \was awarded a j', through 14. Classes for those James R. Fink, pastor of the
Rockefeller Scholarship and the ..' '"...... .;t, from .1 to 12 years oif age will Ellam. Baptist Church. '
Chi Omega Scholarship in Hu .t..:. be held from 8:30: until noon Dr. James R. Neale, pasta
manities.Whllo hUt.,.. Classes for those 13 and older of Faith Presbyterian Church
at Little Rock, Carol will be held, at night.Commenceme.nt delivered the Sermon.
,became a memfber of Phi Theta Senior Class Presents Sidewalk will be held 19 To Graduate
Kappa and Sword and Shield Sunday rilght, June 16 in the At Melrose
honorary academic .societies, Church. All children In' the. Commencement exercises will
Phi Alpha Theta honor society As Gift To School community are.invited to at; be iheld at. the Melrose High
in history, and Hood and Tassel tend. School Friday night 8/t/
As a parting gift, the Senior Class of 1968 presented the Keystone
honorary leadership organization Rev. James Fink will serve 8:00: p. m.: for nineteen trl'ad-
of th
.. for women. She participated Heights School with sidewalk-158 feet long and six: feet wide--connect as principal and !superintendents ; uatlng seniors. We're proud I
; .. tell the worldwe're in Student National, Education ing the main body of the school to the new Kymnasium. The Seniors paid will be; Cheryl Williams, Dr. Fred Laughon pastor of records you've el-
Association, International for all materials used and did the actual labor of In I
laying the walk. Estimated 1-2 years': Mrs. Carrie Eland, the First Baptist Church
proud of you Students Club, was on the coat for materials was $306. 3 years; Mrs; Gerry Jackson, Gainesville, will be the gues BEST WI SHES. ;
and certain that staff of the, college newspaper Pictured above are Senior(Class officers with a few of the tools used beginner: Mrs. Pat Dougherty, speaker. I I
will move on and yearbook, and wa for*" "Who's chosen in construction of the walk: (from left) Jackie Godwin, secretary; Ann primary; Mrs. Flora Morris, The valedictory address will] II I
you in her senior
Who In American year Universities Triest, vice president; Debbie Knight, president; and Marilyn Kay Barclay Junior; and MI'!. Thelma WI1liams be given by Oavld Oaboard I
to future and Colleges." treasurer Pictured below is a view of the new walk youth.&ccalaureate. and the salutatory by Gregory :I
achievements.CANDY'S. Melrose Girl For the coming academic Services Held Huff. Miss Marlene Odom wil HOLIDAYRESTAURANT i
1 1r Baccalaureate Service wa give the welcome. The senior :
To Get Degree year$2.000 Carol nsslstantshlp has been from awarded the held Sunday nlffht at. the Ohorui will offer a. choral \
Ellam Baptist Church for Melrose I
At Little Rock Department of EnglUh at State| selection.
High School seniors.
she The Invocation will be
College of Arkansas where Steaks-Chicken
Miss Card Rotlthammer, a win .earn an :MSB degree. Invocation and Benediction by Dr. .' mes Neale, glven'l Seafood-Beverages I
1963 graduate of Melrose High Carol,1s the daughter of :Mrs. I were given by The Rev. Wil the Faith Presbyterian
lam! A. Po-ppell, Pastor of
School, will receive a Bachelor Alice Rothhammer and the lat [Continued On Next Pagel I I
kGULF STATION, of Arts degree dn humanities Grant Rothhammer, and the Trinity Eplscoptl Church. The I
on May 28 from Little 'Rock I sister of Mrs. Vlrgle; Rowe I
and. -- t I 'r n>:'I'll'**'I >Vrr; :!:!:!:'!*!!;:!;::
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CLASS Of 68 i > ;;

... Discover a i food luck! : r-' TyK& GRXDS

new world I '68 !

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Wishes I I p"t t v class of

I ., ,. ?'*"* i* "IB1**'' !>(*>',3'' l'v'' i'VVy 68
U.. ,*> *< '\ tf>' Graduation-

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I [....A... _....' bright milestone i THE WORLD NEEDS

Mrs. Thomas I,
Chamblee allot Shawn, of Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Dann EDUCATEDYOUTH-
Congratulations, 1968 Melrcae.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Grolick celebrated their 8th wedding to achievement.
GRADS; We're .betting are busy this week moving Into anniversary with\ dinner In I Best fishes II'I II THE COMMUNITY I
on you to make big their new home in Key Gainesville Monday. It\s\ WILL BE WATCHING
60 after success, stone. Duplicate BridgeWinners your world, now, YOUR FUTUREACHIEVEMENTS I
MELROSE They have sold their ::1
.footsteps; $ In the future I
grads of 68. as WE SHARE YOUR JOY* home on Lake Santa Fe to last week of the Goout and. make I
jlto of'the community you have earnedrecognition ON THIS MOMENTOUS Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Sells of Melrose Duplicate Bridge Club, your dreams coma Heights i
;:' this [From Preceding Page] RIchmond Va., who will move were: Mrs. R A. Kendall and I true.HILL'S.
on DAY.KEYSTO. are former Melrose residents. in shortly.Dai. Mrs. Ed Longnecker, 1st place; Insurance Agency i -
graduation day. NEJEWELERS Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. ...id Woodard and son Mrs. Roland Bryan and1' Mrs.J. I II
:;j S. E. McKay M. Cason. last week were their Bill, of Starke, visited his P. Vose, 2nd place: Mrs. R. I Inc T.V., SERVICE
daughter. Mrs. George Thig- mother and step-ifather, Mr. P. Goodloe and Mrs. E. B. GARAGE ; W. II. Reynolds, Jr.
IRE'ALT OR B&TCOIN pen of East Palatka their son and:!, Mrs. J. O. Dann. Oosa, 3rd place; Mrs. Robert Hichard
Wally And Millie Ralph Cason of Silver Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Vlrgle Rowe Clare and Mrs. E. P. Sashoff, Leo Hill Murrhee I CENTER
Appraisal Service LAUNDRY MuhlhoferBEST and their. granddaughter, Mrs.' spent 'Sunday in Altamonte Mrs. Emory Cooper and Miss
i Bessie Rutherford, tied for
iI I .'Marilyn Weddle, and son,'I Springs. / r

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I :Make su: I! '" raduationTime.

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\ 5 / WISHES of : WE SHARE ;






we/I i

The community

tl/'I/l Je..; Is proud of your

I We share your achievement and

pride on this certain thatsuccess Grads of the
will And wish year .
,1.9681 you ,
great day. crown your Sit YOUt SIGHTS To all 1968 '<* 1968- plan your

Go future efforts j .&GelAt'U OIADS. continuingsuccess. future A .k.
on, grads to, 1HIN SHOW Till WOULD graduates i our wisely. significant day/ Step out now and..

greater heights i HOW IT'S OONI. very best wishes. I I II II I rh"I; *,I and make the your world mark upon the community.

Keystone Water
Lake Geneva

Trailer Sales Cunningham'sGulf SHOP ROY W. TYRE Works, Inc. : KEY S TO' N E Associate Store And KEYSTONE CONSTRUCTION CO.

"The,Home of Good l MILLWORKS

Dad & Brad Larson Service Edith Johnson Building 'Contractor Water- STATE BANK Mr. & Mrs. Pat Bradley Ernest Triest

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DItJ\UFOftD mtnIrT'V TF1Ff3RAP11. IIIT"'rKII!. .nnnAr
St'C.tltm ThreePage
be: together with all conic of such Town Clerk admitted. to probute In tliln 20H-205 North Temple Avenue ty Florida. In the
sale and all advertising. Town of lirooker Court Von hereto, I I uourthouae at First publication on May 18, t.u un 1Y. Florida' upbn 'reo.lp
arc n .
Holy ) m..n- Htnike. Fla. St.irlm. Florida within 81. ialvnilar ,
Communion. 8 A 1908.
MELROSE a. m. Lots 1. 8, D of proof .
9 Blk of
10 at 8 In I Bradford County Fla. ded.wlth l !n alx to oalfiular. month* B/18 4t 6-0 month from the date Tf-IOMAS publication of -thisrtotlco
of &
each Sunday. 1st Ward City. ,, the. flctlrtoim ot
Sunday 8-6
6/18 oft from the dale of tho first |I"'h- the firm publication of thin
" Holy A. F. McDavld Jlro: <>ker, Flu.I lii'Hiiou, of this nottrt, ) (to In JII.| ,.* fourt. In And I' tUte. 1 no- 203-200 North Temple Avenue HAMPTON Mll",WOKKrtrJjjotrrwh.gli
Communion 8 a. m. and appear C'ltuntr M. .M Ouch i H.lm) or .
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1820. .
In And l .
In County Court. I In thin court an.l !show CIIIIHO, It |r ii it* *'.a *** tr..1.1. bo In w are engaged jl-
I C: 'From Preceding Pace] 9:30: a. m. 2nd, 3rd. and 4th 8WT4 of NW4 See 17 Rang i For HntUforil. County Fli.rl..li. any :you: vanvhy. Iho I 'action ofthUoourt In ret Estate of John Thomas emir' the phloe. writing or rt-aldonce and mimt and 5/18 4t 8-0 neal. at P. 0. Box> BJ, Hai! pf. in.
) Sundays son Township 78 In re: Estate. nf John TlioinuaJulalov In admitting R..hl111. ... Fla jrri>
Morning Prayer Qu/ waguil. :and poet nfl'lro addrean
Rev. James Fink, pastor of' A. F. McDavId. Brooker FlaIM4.45. d.ec..ed.NOTlcm Lo imiliHte hiiiiUI. not at. and un- Nn'l'ICIC TO" CREDITORS ctniumnt.. and "must. < bp of the toby MOTICM OF I-VTEVriOV: TORho1N'I'eD Urorg.OrlaDaviendovie! ii.12 Trnfa/an/
9:30: a. m. : FICTITIOUS! :
Evening Prayet'Sunday half''ffitereiit
OF PROBATH revnked. Drive ria ( -
rt ,
the Ellam Baptist will give the All ot-rlttorn of the estate of the i'Inlmaiit! hlx orhlH
c I 7'j p.--iri.1 'Holy Days 'hots 1 &',2 of Blk 4 of Corl- To All Persona rnteremed ]In Flr"t luiMlontloii on May 18th John ThainiiH QulRl*>y, ,deceased, nti".in',\ "I'I\ wll mtent become Notion. In NitIR, ); Paul Crawford: ahd.t4l'.
. Benediction. will Iota Bin Unit 1 TIle Estate Of Said ocinlnt> '' t t:: A. D. 19 18 me 'hi.rebv not fed I and required 'ill ni ,,"thug' to lAW."y the hereby given ','that Iiia. Crawford, Box 73, Law. tY.
be tinflerMirnetl
under .
announced. the
. Diplomas! will be August C. Mnrrero 4012 Marring' you are hereby notified that T. A. YAWN to ale cl"lm..r deinandH, "AD provlslnnr {half Interest)
presented THANKS XO&E4DERS Rd. Metalrej L.O. 70002 '.3.' i written Instrument purporting Oountv JUdge, Bradford,. County, with' any they"mommy, hove amihwt t Will] in, \ '1118R."( ,,it iif Bm-tlnn: 86501)), Florida Dated this 9th day of 5f4tytvN.
bv Melrose High principal As this will be lat coy (SEAL: ). o be the last will and teeta ,, Florida.T110.MAS. Meld estHte.' In the offU'e. nf the, !.' 'lit. ,f I the I'lKtnte I of John Statutes.with the Cli-ik I IBrtii., of will the register Circuit D. 11169' at Htarke. Bradford. .,
my Tommy E Cux rent "of said decedent Ima barn : ft PIERCE County, Florida. t
Gifford Parsons to: Gilbert. County Judge of Urnclfortl Ooun (Ui min" 'uiftloy,. deceased Court In and for Bradford
) umn. I would! Mke to thank all 6/9 4t IM(0A
Leland Buz John Thomas ,
) Chamblee, Patricia Ann Cum- who heped make; writing the
news such lea.s'u.reJJm: 1 .. "a
bus, Corenne Davis, Harley\ has returned frOrti'"Fdrt"Polk; .. .."..J't.-.: ::... .. .
Yancey Dull, Bobby Leon Eb- .., '
La. & .
an:*!> will'rellume writing :;
David P. Oaboardl .an
eraole. the :
column] 'taext week.Sobuber..
Bruce Grainger, Lewis Preston -.R. Jna .
Guthrie Jimmy Hall, Thomas ...
Gregory Huff, Glfnda Grainger -
Price R-becca Lynn Jenkins NEWS. NOTES .J I
Marlene Odom Linda
Kathleen Price. James Henry
Ro)>blns.: Judy Anne Sapp, 1! [Continued!! Frwn: One. ? :" SLICED 1 ,
Edwin: Heath St. \i.Tohn) and all mothers'' : j'y1 '
J'anle Janelle Weaver. I After the, Inltla Icn' cere1::,
School News I I many anew member''was pre PORK LOIKCHOPS
ThIs' Is the week 'aU ',fIu- sented And Deceived: a gift'"'
dan< wait for The last 'week from two members of the or-
hool. Jer.! Mrs.. ;y0'Reed.
of s z conductress.
Thuri'-''> -t'i hp" Award: Day "Qnqa sc>h." accompanied! at I 1 f1- i

at Melrose HI ''h School.::! the piano by Mrs. J. Azzle
Awards' will be presented to Williams.
the Outstanding Students' "on Hosts for the refreshments)I
that day. ,.. and social hour. pare 'Mrs;
The FHA chapter heW] 4 'Edith !Nicholson;Mrs. Miriam

party at the home of their Mlnaledorff and";Mr.. '.and,'Mrs.
sponsor. Mrs. Frances! Stephi;' Hector Owaboy..
en The Melrose Mustannr, on official visit was postponed i el llonle I
sale In the tvMng room,of the until the June 4 chapter. meet N:1/: tATWELL "lowutr AtL 1 Dalf r
ing. aaalp5t0. ,
school for 450. r
QE3 Chapter 279 sponsoreda .
r r :
KEYSTONE program on May 25 at the MEAT : i
Masonic Hall Talent and originality TUN A '

HILITES prevailed as the SAVE 27* IB-U.S. CHOICE SAVE 16* DEL MONT; ... ._' A:/t. i
many models exhibited their
attractive and colorful dresses USDA '

(continued From Page On*] and ensembles. Judges were CHOICE STEAKS FISH GARDEN ,
Keystone attended a Oolf-A-I Mrs. Margaret Nelson Clay
Round at, the Ocala Municipal County Home Economist; Mrs. i
Golf Club. Lois Walker won Rita Walker, and Mrs. Olive These two SIRLOIN, FULL : :
low net In B division Semi- Longnecker. past, president of quality/ shields CUT ROUND OR III At f

final matches for the Christ- the Melrose Woman's Club. ore ell you 98 60:1: 1 9 I 4/1'
,, offer Trophy were played last Mrs. Betty Slices played the need to know IB CAN CANS. /
Thursday with Lucille Starn- piano accompaniment during rests toot iHutwiti mm surifiDir MAr : about beef. SHOULDER : !i
es defeating Fran Livingston the modeling ioik' ,tuNt ,IK ouxitmr iiCNrs/ uiitim J f
and Martha Hayes defeating Mrs. Jo Reed was narrator I r
Vesta. Alken In a sudden death and served as chairman of the -
playoff. The final-match will committee. SAYI ,4

be played on Thursday. May, Chapter members present-'' SAVE UP TO 40* : HONEY NUT SAUSAGE.,... LBPKG49* BANQUET :.
Ing !gowns! of their own or their ETERGENTC
30.Joe Petrock is the new Club mother's making were Mrs. Jo LEAN FRESH : SAVI 101.< All MEAT SKINLESS NATURAL COLOR D'
Champion in the men's rt -Ms- :Reed Mrs. Grace Keeth. Mrs. i.49*
BIG 8 FRANKS. ............... PKGS
Ion. He shot a 73-74 [1471. Ma11te! -Kingsbury Mrs. Geor- .......... FROZEN .80x .
Bob Hayes was runner-no with gIe Murrhee. Mrs. Paddy Gil- SAYE 61 FOOD FAIR FRESH .. '. -r
i rounds of 7477 [l1>1J.'Joe was rie, ani Mrs. Sara Hallman GROUND' ,29* CHICKEN, BEEF ; ..' ,

ii aiv medalist winner First l[dress made by Mrs. Lillian COTTAGE ,CHEESE ... ...............LI OR TURKEY 'e i ), -
i flight winner was Gene Hacker Norwood.] .
82-84; 11661!, with :Mickey A short entertainment ]pro SAYE 61. DANDEE GIANT ,'.;, .
JELLO'S..14ucup29 :
I Brokas \ taking second:place gram was presented while the BE a E.F ASSORTED BOX .
I, honors with a score of'90-73 Judges were scoring. Miss MEAT : 1
1681. Second" fight, winner Elaine Lovorn sang accom- SAY 501( HASH FROZEN : ..... '" ..;,-...

Wallv Muhlhofer, 88-82 11701, panied by Terry King on the : OCEAN SHRIMP. .. ... > m$1-I 49 / e
....... :
i iIII MarshalJ't Gallop Sr. runnerup guitar. Josie Mathews played ,
iI 87-90 1771. Third flight: a piano aolo, and Karen Wicker -I 5 ,Ib : SAY 61< FIN SMED P I E 5 :
I winner 'Marshall Gallop Jr.I granddaughter of Mr. and .1.s29*
94-85 [1791. Frank Ottinger I Mrs. Don Pangborn gave a : SOLID OLEO ........................... .. : GIANT x} .'C
second .*place '91Z93-\< 1841. tap dance number. A highlightof ; ; ; SWf30( t HASH FROZEN .
Fourth :Flight! Jim WIldt SOBS -I the program was Docile : SIBox79* : BOX r
[U751. R. Wlnans1' second Koon's monologue on makinga :100'9 DRESSED ,WHI7IHG ........... $ :
91-95 1881.. Fifth Flight Ray dress. $1'1.9" 6 I I :
Starnes winner with Hal Ad- The Judges award the grand : SAVI
[. prize to Mrs. Georgia Murrheefor .21/2L11DXS1.69
ams ST.WILLIAMS runner-up. her several costumes that CUBE STEAKS ............... / MIT-1 DETERGENT WITH 5.00 OR 'MORE ORDER

Sunday masses 730;; and She and her daughter Dolores, .-
9:30: a, m.Bingo modeled. In the senior [adult] V
Friday nights at the group, prizes were won by
church hall. Play begins at Mrs. Nancy Kromer daughter'
7:30: p. m A Jack pot awaits of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sutton;
the lucky winner. Mrs. Kitty McGlave for her / FOOD ', JFA1
LIBRARY NEWS own and daughter Patty's
Miss Kathy Hlnck. a soph-'I costume, and Mrs. Grace 1 1r
omore of Keystone High Keeth for her gowns and thoseof

School, will be in charge of her daughter. Marlene.In SIZE
the library while Mrs. H. R. the Junior class, winners KING e 1
Lawrence Is on vacation. June were Miss Leslie Beam. MIss
4-18. Ann Sikes. and Miss Linda spilHpE\IlJjTl-| !( \

The Junior Woman's Club Honorable mention was given -
enjoyed a covered dish supper to Mrs. Jean Petrilli and BREAD20or
and dance at the Keystone, Mrs. Matte, Lee Kingsbury
Golf & Country Club Friday I for her daughter's swim suit. : : I
evening' May 24. The chapter is grateful to !
HERE AND THERE the score of merchants for the _
Mrs. Charles Newman [Key- prizes won by the contestantsand _
stone artist Dorothy Christ-! audience. 1 1 1
rr -,.il r r
offers Newman] entertained COMMUNITY CHURCH wfl /1 1 1 .
members of the Gainesville About 75 members and i
Branch of the National Leagueof guests enjoyed the closing w: I kV Z / (
Amerlcal Pen Women and covered dish luncheon of the ,

their families at her home on Church Women's Circles on q ..4Bakerys ..?.
little Keystone Lake. May 20. FOOD /
Officers installed at the On behalf of the membership '
supper were Mrs. O. Janes Mrs. Walter Grolick a ..
president: Mrs. Bingham first past president presented the ,.5"4' :
vice president: Mrs. R. Head outgoing president. Mrs. John .
secretary; and Mrs. F. Ray Bird with gifts of appreciation Bonus : 4oz CANS LYKES :
treasurer. for her year of service. fOOD FAIX.PKGCF 6 SO-SOFT BRANDBATH .. ..

DUPLICATE The Duplicate BRIDGE Bridge Club Turknett.The new appointed president Mrs.Mrs.Wm.P. Roy. ICED CINNAMON BUNS........ 29 IIENNA i TISSUE :

sponsored by the Woman'sClub Wilson as co-chairman of ------------ -- ,

night, at meets the municipal each Monday build- McLean morning! was circle.appointed Mrs. Bazaar Ernest : car". I: ANGEL FOOD CAKE....................... 39# JAUSAGE : I ,

ing. Play begins promptly at Chairman, with Mrs. Wm.I ; rrtmm EXTRA -.- : fOOD FAIR CARAMEL. : SAVEMERCHANTS i' .

7:30.:Last week's winners' were: Beam. .Sr.Don as Wallace cochairman..Mrs. was .appoint i HIM IMI GREEN COU.OM .STAMPS.PUMMAM : ICED SPICE NUT RING............... 45# $ : UP TO 10 ROLL' 7 'At ,

L. Kyle and S. T.aC0ste.28 *:* Rummage Sale chairman : g ,M*f I NtMtllltll' : : FOOD FAIR COFFEE CAKE 5 I I : 22
points; W. Orollck and and stressed the fact 0* NOT *<* IIIMU.S. : PKG "
Ch's: that anyone wishing to have t J CHERRY ALMOND CAKE ......- 45* : .
Mrs. A. ';Jame,. 24; Mrs. S. La- take to :=. =": .. _-=:, 1
articles collected or
Coste and Mrs. H. Schuber. ,
19. her home for storage, may uaaaaaamaaaaiaaaaamaa sam .
ST. ANNE'S NEWSA call her at 473-4924. a .. I

dinner. honoring Class and the Confirmation their- the Mrs.devotional.A. C. Holt conducted I f\\ r ( '. : 'CRISP CELLO 'WRAPPED SAVE HARD UP TO TO HOLD S0(OR. REGULAR SUPER : YOUR CHOICEr! LIMIT' COFFEE WITH 5.00' !

families Florida Hamilton, and and West Mrs.the,West Bishop Rt. Rev.was of STATE!INVITATIOV: :PlRCHAMVn LAHASSKK.BV TO: fOMMIM.M1OM pius. sK e CARROTS 6ET SET 1 ORED'R 1

held at 6 p. m. Wednesday. FLORID. COF.FoRMOREEFOO
May 22, at the 'Masonic Tem- be Competitive rec.tv.d by Healed the State Bids Pur.will
until 11 OK
chasing CommlnHlon. : HAIR
ple.The Order of Confirmationand AM following on the: date shown far the FANCY GOLDEN tlil\\ : :,
Mass was read at 7:30: p June 6, 1988 Bale of Fine
m. Those being bonflrmed at Gum Bill Blanks, Condition*, .....nd8pecltlc..tlon. ." S. CHASE i ::1 1
this time were Sharon Bran- max. be obtained SWEET "
non, Sarah Jones Roland'' Simon from. the, Suit William Purcha D.. .Ing niuxham, Commission >f \. SANBORNI 58 :i

and Christine Umphen- Building. Room 112. Calhoun I IB CANI

our.The Venerable Fred Yerkes right Street The to Commlmlon Tnllnhaanee reject ,any. ,or re Florida..all rve bldi.J. ". the. CORN I ... 'i, ir'co 13oz 49 : I t teas ::1

will be guest Celebrant of the Executive. J. Day. plrertol' ,\ j CAN :
Mass at St. Anne's this Sun- 1/23 2t 11-30 -- C : \
.. ,- ,
day.The 11t.'= r
Women of the Church NOTICE" OF TIT HAIR,, ..

Plan, a Rummage Sale this the Notice nth day U of hereby June 1988"given' be.that.ln- i MACLEAN'S -- i 1eu, !,: 48.C :
Friday! and Saturday at the fling :at 12 1 noon at rommnnltycenter FIRM GREEN

Parish House starting at 9 Town of Brooker of Florida.tax IO'59c !
of Bradfor.l. State :
a. m. ale o-rtlflratu will bIt cold : -vpr6J. TOOTHPASTE.REG'6" ILICRN( &a :
the folowlng; described land : CABBAGE 1'1.
Beginning Sunday June 30 to on the amount due : .. ... ->>
the some
the new summer schedule:will he rein let opposlt. .... -- -


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.. Hello friends, tills Is you' 'WORTH
.". rolling-reporter with all the 1 PIECE o.ly ;l'9c with of AS t Or pureMU iUittrckiM ef Tfttniie-Tenif
weird happenings of Indian rx.TrZ
Beach. Sunday Wayne and PIECES! cory 5a ..WIIA, AA 1 ptmMN ma.' ;lb, Ice Bucket/Food/ Keeper.

"" '"Trudy Braswell and son Rick 87c.t pureMta d rf'w Jd s J, t, j R.t. retell. ......................$ .
and Bob and Glennie of 3 PiECES or.1 :
Judy M'9 !
L a nlort a.ti ,
**": 'starke. spent the day with my i With coupon ............$3.49
j a c-faxnlly.: A group of Wayne's 4 PlrCtS D'.'J $)a 16 with 01 ill a purebll'0'moll .. r, Coupon Good thru' JVIM S
WJO [my brother] friends came I
'Vout and enjoyed riding! thea 5 PIECES ant} $.a.4Stlh'5re"\ "* '
> 'surfboard; and swimming. We

:1had. a small storm which blew AND. KORE Continue amounts of above listing to ,>n1 s THIS COUPON *}
..'-" :a tree down In our yard tearY A match your!, purchase .'. there Is no limit. S WORTH .. OC
_Ing down the power lines as ar
," well as crushing the trunk oWayne'a 'COD MiHpwcltgNTltnt.Tup6d. -1112
P "'- car. After cleaning up S''Ot I Dish Lids
T-. the tree out of the driveway,
TZ Wayne' BrasweU and of GOOD THRU JUNE 2 (Mf.or 4))
QUANTITY a R"fT retail ..... '9 I
L. the boys went to town. As WINN-DIXIC BTORK, COPYRIONHaaa: j With coupon ..........4$
'they were coming back /toy I Rul i RArr I trn u$ f:_Good thre Juas I
-.-.Shaugnessy's home, one of
.. their horses ran In front of
'jjthem. Neither of the boys
;were; hurt just scared but
:"the horse was Injured and had 4'
'.)1""'to be shot. During all of this C I 48-ei. limit One With $5.00 or More Purchow Excluding' Gganttet

ltorm Bob and, Wayne Judy BrasweU Olennle were and il. '

caught.In the boat over in the. D Wesson 0 1 79'

rv canal. All In all, it was a 1 eo o
fj pretty dreary day.
s .. One.good thing that hap- PILlSBURy, PLAIN Oft.SELF' -RISING limit One WI'DO or Moi.PurcTioM. FxcTuAng. Cigarette" .
U).pened. Is my aunt Mrs. Ten-
?.jile Crenshaw of Gainesville, Th .
went home after a four week Flour .5 :: 49
...stay at Alachua General Hos- ti .. G
,,,'pLtal We visited her on Mont . .

day and ]left Grandmother 8 Pk. DIXIE DARLING HAMBURGER ft WIENER 12-oz. OLD
.-Oopelamd with her for a few ii a } :
weeks while we go on vacation BUN S..2/39' itlES 4/.1 L
'::,:next week. Aunt Teenle was .

,;feeling some better, but Is still: : S DIXIE DARLING RAISIN CINNAMON IK\.Ib. DIXIE DARLING SANDWICH w w
:..having trouble with her
:"coughing1. 1 r IUNS. 29' BREAD. 2'/49.i,.

.. Friday evening, Lola and .. .
Gerald) Kee and children of ICing Size, TOOTHPASTE 100'FOR QUICK RELIEF OF A HEADACHE "
..Bath: S. C, arrived' to visit
.Mrs. W. B. Watkins. Ultra-Brite 68' Buff erin 9.9
'." Mrs Jo Starndberg is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Dorothy -
Butler in Ormond Beach.
Mr and Mrs. '
English Hilton

:over were the down weekend.at their lake place ALUMINUM FOIL..2/49* TOMATO CATSUP..4/$1.'CHE1C' DRIfiKS....... 10/79* PAPER NAPKIHS..29' 'f

Karen Reddish of Starfce. WHILE THEY LAST ,

and Jacksonville Mrs. ,Helen spent Walker the (weekend of- CAN OPENER $4.!") PAPER TOWELS..... 4/I.! RICE.....................3 :e": 39* CHARCOAL......... 20 :;;. 894
with Mr. and Mrs. D. W.
Carpenter. Mr. .....L HUNTS' ttfm SK; Plea > No 2 Can THRIFTY MAID CRUSHED&SLICED t 18..... DEEP SOUTH STRAWBERRY 48 C4 ASTOR Y

get Reddish Karen.came out and Sunday Mrs. Dolph to TOMATO SAUCE......... 10* PJHEAPPLE............ 4/I.I PRESERVES.................39* TEA BAGS.................. .39tItoe.


hbme we .moving fc and. Keystone Mrs.into W.their this J. Grollck week.new CAN DY....................... 39* P'APPLE' JUICE..4/$1.JMYONHAISE_ ............. 49. PEACHES.................3/89*

Mr.:'"and Mrs. W. E. Kite USDA CHOICE W BRAND_ CORN_FED ,
Jr. spent Sunday In Ocala
;with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. BONELESSSTEAK. 98
W. E. Kite Sr. and',' attendeda
birthday dinner fQr his sis '
t.er. Mrs. B. H. DavlsM1; | i..r. '" CHOICE! D BRAND CORIII FED: BEEP'f'w
A. V. and Mellnda young- ,
blood of Tallahassee. spent the STEAKS..984
weekend with Mr. .ap'ljn.Mrs.':|,, 48USDA
Jack Miller Saturday. IIM.| Roast
Y *
Sr. spent the weekend visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Prldsen In Brox- iV''e CALIF. ROAST..L 79
ton, Ga. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Kei'h Cheshire S. as
of Gainesville visited his USDA CHOICE w o BRAN&CORN

grandmother Mrs. H. T. STEAK..59
Smith Sunday.

Preacher and Marlon Winters ,
were down at their lake s e 'WD BRAND BEEF SHORT .
place: for the weekend but I .
doubt they enjoye?/ the weather $ RIIS. lB.3' STEW.$199'
very much. For those of you l + .
who dont know/ it, it rained ', J W D BRAND
more practically weekends all weekend.like that Many, our *$m '- ----:? w. ..19C WD BRAND LEAN GROUND.JIus 100 ;Stomp 99

will be back to normal. O *
Now/ folks, I have a bit of 1_
sad news for you. For the first =
time In 18 months there will _
be no Indian Beach News Column -
next week. My parents !IOWa SMOKEO DONELESS .'
James and Cricket, and I are
going to Alabama for a weekof ,
vacationing and fishing; Cure 81 1 HAMS..ooia.$129r

fresh water and deep sea ,
fishing In my aunt and uncle / 0
Irma and Dock William's 30 Crackin1 Good Canned BHscuits.l 0* I U '*
foot yacht. We were up therea ; L1 II
couple of months ago and ;0. BORDEN'S Individually WroptMd/ SI. AMERICAN "MilD DAISY' '
had such a !good time till t
we're going! back: for a longer ... .
visit. Therefore I will not be 9.01 Pig KRAFTS SWISS. SHARP OR NEW YORK SHARP 2lb Cup SUPERBDANO j
around to write the news but STICK CHEESE. 53* COTTAGE C.JEESE..59
maybe you can suffer through _. ........................... .............................. .
a week without it. So, until<
two weeks from now/ Here's E".R" : EX.-RA. :
Leeon. I II I .4'11. GREEN : I I GREEN STAMPS :
wuu-.wN IMWW4.U WWW MM MMMAM m "
LEEON'S CORRNER : B-LB. Pp". : 1 MALr-GAttONS tJfEERBRMff "':" -- .' > : .;
"Baseball's Back"Baseball's ,. ONE ..".. /r W.O DRANO LOAN -
4F:, AerowoxOOD I Ground Beef : ; ; ; : : : :
back, ::: BUY ONE : 1
Once again: ._ ... ...... .. .
I like to Watch it. .-..-.-.-- .... ..".'M'M"....._'_.'.". .....-. .."....-..: GET ONE _Peach Ice Cream 21/ 1
Now and then. .. .. : : FREE!
Some folk
? watch it, I I I
All the time.: ..4'11....!_GREEN wn-%!...... : 4tiMne GREEN MurOM STAMPS...ntCiMM." : SHRIMPCREOLE

Baseball They think Is of sports 2 tl2> ONe PIC.. W-0 :::i OB WHITB 2.L..et THICK, ::
Beef Burgers :' Bacon :

They go to the games 000. ,TMKU, JUNC. S OOO. ,;THRU. ,'..JUNC: 2 :: \
To Every day. .' .. ''_._._' ......--........" 'I -.---...-':...... w
the !
see players C>
Earn They'll their go In pay.the heat. I I E"--A dTl l GREEN" :!I I ;: E- I: I EATDINNERS 6/l99 VINE-RIPE .
:!:_ ,!:: 1
Or when cold winds blow. 6 at. Can IIBBVS LIMEADE OR 1

You Why sometimes they like wonder.Baseball 80.0..1 J;/ Enchilada tli 1 TWO.KOI. .... ,a&X: 9-OX:.Coffee A.TOH !, LEMOHADE........ 8/l. TOMATOES' I 29'1

- If you like a sport, //1L .. 16-0'0 Pkg TASTE O'SfA ..
1 '000...THRU. .JUNK... ...* ... TN"U, .JUNE..,,,. aJSSSSiS&Sffi : L8 ,I
The Sorta'ole slow Baseball In pace.field : ... _............. .'M".._ .. ."..'M"........ ...." FISH STICKS...........69*

Is exactly the place. : :! YRA. : JlICH'SQuorfl UNG&'TEND'"M URGE FRESH HEADS

If Baseball you like is it fine.II guess!. I I ..4'1l...(_GREEN_.... ..._. ::1 ( i': COFFEE RICH...........39'' '
!1 But as for me, I t. 3-LBS., OH wows 1 aox:. acct : 10-01. Pig ASTOR BRUSSElSPROUTS& Beans 2 49 Lettuce 2/39'
4 at
I like Football best. Ia'"-- ..Beef I Insect Bomb : ............ /$1. SUNKIST
ADDING MACHINES: Manual :-. -.. ..u...:::'::::'. ::':" ".:':::--'i:: : FRY t
POTATOES..4Le 3' (
el'jctrle. For sale abbage2/29
V rent.-or Adc",subtract credit! bal.or .I GX tYTT< I IA +PM :. MRS. SMITH'S i4. .
.1.71.... _GREEN....__ .GREEN; STAMPS_ .
, ance.Bradford County Tele fIB ILM..BII "" "' : COCONUT PIES..2/$1. S.1b.B U.S. Na 1 REO 81155 1 1.Ib.C.IIoBagYOUNGTENCEIl '
graph. tla TWO. root.FAN ; &
: TWO lO ot. CAN*
: Mb1EO STENCILS, and Ink. w., fa.-ch: : : PIE RSHELLS..I.L..89'* Potatoes 49., Carrots. 1 01.
Dupliatlnl' machine and I I !; .. .a : _
uppfle. Bradford County ....................................................._..0Co r
Telegraph. .VV t .:./

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