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: June 6, 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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166 BHS More Job Poultry Farmers I :

StudentsGraduate ApplicantsNeeded

May Be ForcedTo

Only 30 responses had

TomorrowThe been received Wednesdayfrom Control FliesCountyWide

prospective employees .

166 seniors of Brad- for the garment firm

ford High School's 1968 being urgently sought by '

graduating class will receive the Starke Bradford

diplomas from Sup- Chamber of Commerce in Problem
erintendent of public In- connection with an indus-
Clean I
struction Thomas I.. Cas try search conducted in up \

ey in exercises beginning New York City last week. Is [.iced
8 Friday June 7. Chamber Manager Pete No-
p.m. - .
The ceremony will be held vak said Wednesday it is Imperative For
In the BUS auditorium. that at least 150 applications !Proclaimed!!!! !

The Welcome Address will for possible jobs be rr By Ladies .
be given by class valedictorianPaul received by the Chamber within June has officially been de-

McLeod: I; the Farewell the next 10 days or the claied "Clean Up, Paint Up.
Address will be given by class county will have no chance of and Fix Up Month" for Brad- Charges may be filed
salutatorlan Beverly McRae. getting one of three Industries ford County Chairman Dave against poultry farmers
Charles: ,W. Reese minister to New York City, which Shuford signed the proclamation failing to
of the First Christian showed Interest in this area, } at Wednesday's meeting of adequately con-
Church, will give! the invoca- to locate here. the Bradford County Commission trol flies after a delegationof

tion and benediction. To On TV "It's :really Important that five ladies from Green -
Three speakers are scheduled Compete we demonstrate an availabilityof S The BIP Committee (Brad- Acres finally forced the

for the ceremonies: Supt. labor," Novak stresses, "If ford Improvement Program), issue into the open Wed
Thomas I* Casey Rep. Eugene These nix Bradford High School fttudentu, fTarrle Sander( daughter of Mr. and Mm. M. we don't do ,that we may as which 'has as its slogan 'Put' nesday, June 5.

Shaw. and BUS Prin- IIf'nlor.' In 1968-69, won out In an audition to R. Sander of Starke; Bill Brlote, mm of Mr. well forget Industry for this A Smile on Your Town Insteadof "For three years files halve

cipal James L Temple. rf'prf'Hf'nt their school In the TV program and Mr.... W. E Belote of Keystone Heights, area" A Frown" reminds resident been almost unbearable in

Master of Ceremonies will "U'" Amuleinir" over Channel 12 (CWFOA) and Reggie Flynn, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Novak said that persons to take a good look around Green Acres," Mrs. Joseph

be Class President Theron next", full. They will compete with high Flynn, Jr. of Starke. without any prior work exper- them and then ,take appropriate Glssy told the County Com-

Yawn. Mrs. John Chitty will schools In Florida and Georgia The three to appear on the program will ience can also qualify for em- action. mission. But the Board never
sing the class song, "The Impossible factories The committee Is emphasizing involved in the discussion
in became
ployment garment
Front ((1-r) IK Debbie Hill. daughter of be chosen next' fall. The Mix were rhnoen"
Dream." since there are many jobs for : home and yard Improvement letting County Sanitarian t
In with 18 BIIS students who
Mr. and Mrs. 0 E. HID of Hampton; Ginger competition
The 1968 graduating class is which ,they can be trained. He 'this month, but B. F. Ml- Jack Trawick Judge Ther.
slightly smaller than the 175 Thornton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Elbert auditioned In the Channel. 12 Htudlow. urges any persons thinking Soil, Jot> chairman, said: that, on Yawn. and Asst. County
member 1967 class or the 181 Erie: Thornton, of Klngaley Lake; and Shlcla This year's "It's Academic team won they might like to work in us always an eye !will be kept Agent Bobby Taylor do the

member 1966 class. Because LtMcarbrau, daughter of Mr.'and Mrs.. Frances net of honors encyclopedias. and science en- such a job to fill an appllf Commissioner i'lml) r man open for Improvements (Involving talking.
of the fewer number the. top J. Lettcarbeaii of Starke. In btuk are y'loIM'dlalIo commercial and other
f Continued on Page Two] Dave Shuford InkM a prorliuim-, Judge Yawn said a state
10 per cent of the class which tlon declaring ..II n" countywide {building1-9- law prohibiting sanitary 1
comprises the honrs and high el,'an-up, uliit-cip. iiiimtlt. The Starke Garden Club will nuisances can be used If, a
honors students will be fewer, [Continued on Page Twol
complainant signs an affidavit < -
only 16.High. PushedVia to bring the offending
honors graduates Include Total
Integration farmer into court. SanitarianJack

McRae Paul, Patricia MoLeod Hitchcock Beverly Grades 7-8 At Lawtey are Trawick just a said few,the that offenders .most-

Carolyn Marie Meng and chicken farmers control flies .'
Sharon Tatum to the best of their ability !'
Honors students are Patricia Calls Transferred To Starke *--\
L DlanneA< ,. ',Harald FederPhone "The "Judgd said that'crwjingthe
few with maintaining a ,
Bowen, Sheryl Elaine Derk-
man Rita Eileen Ellington, Due to overcrowded conditions the 61 students ex- sanitarian nuisance may be

John Gary Hamilton. Rita Federal officials have been His standard reply, Casey son, education branch, chief in fond County attend predominately pected in grades seven and eight at Lawtey Junior High the "best way to get their at-

Marie Meng, Lillian Palma using phone calls to push said Is that the Bradford HEW's Office of Civil Rights.It white schools, and 25 next year will be transferred to the new Bradford Middle tention. Judge Yawn also
made it clear that he is not
(Continued On Page Two] Bradford County toward total Board has submitted a planIn stated that unless a planto per cent of the instructionalstaff School now under construction.
the has been moved to com- against poultry farming and
intergration of Its school system the FreedomOfCholceplan completely eliminate
supt Thomas L. Casey the county now operates dual school system here Is not ply with the Civil Rights Act. Lawtey Principal Curtis realizes the good it bring to
backed the move,
Marlowe The Board also the the county But the judge said
approved: ,
reported to the Board of under. Last month the local submitted and approved by The Feb 8 letter states that
saying he would have had he Is also oothered flies at
according to Freedom by
Thomas TrialIs -
Public Instruction Tuesday, board accepted the registration HEW that Bradford County the Fall 1967 report submittedby teachers for the 1968-69 term
of. Choice assignments his home.
June 4.Casey. choices of 3,200 Bradford students could lose all Federal funds Bradford County has been Lawtey' -
and Tuesday 200 more for the 1968-69 school year. studied and that, while the and only 11 classrooms requested, of 200 additional To Yawn's statement that
said he continues to will be reduced '
students for the 1968-09 term. he could initiate the complaint
ContinuedTrial were appr'"M."' Supt. Casey said >he continues progress anticipated by HEW
receive phone calls from two to 295 Including kindergarten act-
It has not The Board had previously If the farmer does not control
officials, Robert Alexander and The V, s. Supreme Court, to get the same messagesIn has been realized.eliminated ,the and the middle ed on 3,200 F-C requests.In files Trawick replied "All
Carroll Payne in the Regional however, in recent decisions the phone converatlons completely school's enrollment will be In.
of Mrs. Sue Witcher dual school system as required this connection, the right, if that's what the Board
Office of Education under the concerning school systems In with HEW officials although creased to 693. The new schoolIs
Thomas, charged! with firstdelP'ee Department of Health Edu- several other southern states, nothing has been put In writ- bv the Civil Rights Act of being designed for a max Board also approved the transfer wants we'll get started"But
murder in the March Ing since the Feb. 8 letter. 1964. I 0&.' of two students under the there was no comment
cation, and Welfare In Atlanta has held In specific situations imum of 720 students.
14 pistol slaying! of ''her husband :?-C plan. One kindergarten from the Board.
Oa. The Federal officials that freedom-of-choice does The School Board voted No action or answer has Several grades at Lawtey
C. W. Thomas of Law- want nothing less that full not constitute complete elimination to the Feb 8 pupil was transferred from Trawick and Agent Taylor
Tuesday answer
has been made to the Feb. HEW Junior High have 40 or more Starke Elementary to South- both admitted that flies .from
been continued for
and complete integration of of the dual system. letter, saying It feels Bradford this Principal
the letter The HEW statement pupils year side because his parents are chicken manure are a problemIn
present term of Circuit
all school pupils, and faculty. That does not necessarilymean County Is In complalnce with Marlowe said. The School
Court which ends In Novem- Included notification "of the purchasing; a home near the the county and it Is not
antt the total elminatlon of freedom-of-choice as it the 64 Civil Rights Act and Board backed the motion of
latter school. Another studentwas confined to single area suchas
ber.That the dual system, Supt.. Casey operates In Bradford County ask for more specific Informa- probable noncompliance of Its Lawtey member Buster a
allowed to transfer to Green Acres.
request by the defend told the Board. does not meet the criteria of tion to HEW's objections to .your school system with the Bennett, unanimously
ant's the Hampton school ,from the The sanitarian pointed out
attorney Slgsbee L. Casey brought the subject the, 1964 Civil Rights Act as the local F-C i plan. Several requirements under Title VI '
Scrug Gainesville criminal up f he said, because he felt it Is now, interpreted, Supt. Board members resented the [Lot the 1964 Civil Rights Act], Middle School Principal middle school he had first that there are over a million
Richard Jockel told the Board chosen because it would be a chickens In Bradford Countynow
lawyer was granted Wednes- the Board should be aware of Casey 8&ld.Compliance. pressure in the face of the and of our intentions to ini-
day, June. 5. by Circuit J'IldnOeorll'e the 61 additional students hardship on his patents to and 96 farmers. A single
the pressure and because he status of Brad- Hall tiate administrative proceedings -
1.. Patten. No reason has no answer for the Federal ford schools was first placedIn progress made. Rodney for the termination of make his anticipated enroll- have him attend In Starke chicken, Trawick said can
was given for the continuance. officials who keep saying the jeopardy, after being okay- said the County can do with- your school system's Federal ment greater than he desiredfor when he lives in Hampton A discharge 180 pounds of ma- j

o--orlin* to Circuit Court Board has not submitted a ed last year, in February out the Federal funds.At financial assistance If appro- next term but said he Negro student's request for a nure in a year.

Clerk! Charles Darby, except plan for completely eliminating when Supt. Casey received a present 29 per cent of priate steps are not taken to realized the problem at Law- transfer ,back to RJE High He spoke of a meeting plan.
that .a situation had developed tey and will work with the School was denied because It ned with farmers and
the dual system. letter from Lloyd H. Hender- the Negro students In Brad- correct the situation., growers
fContlnued on Page Plvel" Board, does not meet the Board's criteria University of Florida Exten-

of hardship or moving, sion Division personnel and

ete.; State Board of Health otfictals -
Garbage Pickup Charge Placed A proposed report to the to work out a uniform

State Department of Educa- practice that each farmer
tion on how the Board plans should' carry out to control
to spend the $344,000 in edu- files The Idea would be to
I cational Improvement funds establish penalties for farmersto

10 [rsi,720 per classroom] was take the necessary measures -
% Utility Tax Lifted Outside City given the Board for study by Tiawlck said.

Supt. Casey and Elementary Taylor said that research on
Supervisor Lucille Payne, The fly control Is lagging behind
lengthy document includes explanation poultry industry growth. He

Starke Person living out of the longer be charged a 10 per There are less than 20 util- Negro delegation for which: money could come from the Board: of Directors (o-f the Florida of In-service training pointed out that files can't
city limits will no cent utility tax but will pay ity customers presently ser- Mrs. Maurice J White spoke. budget for electrical materialsand Municipal Utilities Assoc the county's special education just be killed with chemicals,

extra for water and garbage viced who live onside the city Mayor Carl Hurst said the request supplies. vocational technicaland but that the chemical's action
JUNE IS pickup if those two servicesare limits City Clerk Merrill Ed- will be considered when Authorized approximately iation.Turned over to the Sanitation adult, and kindergarten after it kills the flies must also

CLEANUPPAINTUP desired. wards says. next year's budget Is made. $2,600 for rust preventionand Committee a complaintof programs.In be considered.The .

After much debate, the The new policy, In effect, Searcy has been using his own de-electrification of the offensive odors from trash depth reports on the assistant agent said his
Council voted 3-1 Tuesday allows customers outside the car, but the city provides the city's water tank at ''Davis' left uncovered for long special education and kinder- office is willing to carry on

FIX-UP night, June 4, to rescind the city to purchase city electricIty gas and paid for repairs to request. The money was bud- periods. garten programs were given an education program to
10 per cent utility tax custom and gas, and water if they the transmission of the police geted. -Turned over to Street Department by Mrs. Payne: control files but that fanners
MONTHPlease ers outside the city have been take all three services, 10 per men's vehicle. Agreed with Councilman the grading of the The special education pro- must request the assistance of
paying. Attorney George cent cheaper and minus the The mayor suggested! that Nolan's request that all department end of Keller Street on a re- gram now has 11 units (teachers the office. The Extension

help put a Smile Pierce had told the Board It property tax that residents perhaps Officer Searcy could heads are needed at quest relayed by Clerk Merrill ) and 13 are being reques- Service does not force Its way

.. on Your Town Insteadof has no authority to tax: perSons side the city pay. Clerk Edwards use one of the present 1968 the planning session set June Edwards. ted for the 1968-69 term, she onto farms, he pointed out.
A Frown outside the corporate said he knows of only police cars, Supt. Oscar Davis 18. Received from the clerkan said Speech correction Is cur- Taylor said most poultry

limits, but could establish a two customers outside the city the other and that the older -Decided,: to wait until next estimate of expenses after rently being taught 117 students farmers work through com-
Cooperative With policy to charge them 10 per who take all three services. police car Davis is now using school term to take action on the seventh month of the In all county schools panies which maintain their
DIP CommitteeIn cent extra. Several councilmen said can be traded. Noun's statement that there budget year. Clerk Edwards and 76 students are on the own controls and do a certain

This Countywide Im- Councilman Gerald Williams they realized the method Is -Okayed the purchase by is a parking problem on commented that it looked waiting list; 76 socially mal- amount of research into fly
provement Program. opposed the change. not equitable to all, but thatIt Supt. Davis of water and gas Washington Street for two good except that the city's adjusted are receiving special: control. The county agent' has
Garbage pickup will be provided is the best they could come pipe costing $779. blocks west of Temple Avenue. income is declining as the instruction in the exceptional no direct "In" with poultry

This Space Contributed : customers outside the up with now. They pointed to Took under advisementbids Delayed! until the new budget year ends.IIK1LHKO.V.V child program. farmers as they do with other

Weekly to Publicize city and taking only one city the full scale study of rates ranging from a low of budget Nolln's proposed pav- Forty-four students In the farmers, for Instance, who depend .
service gas electric, or water, this fall. $9,748 to a high of 918.630. ing of the remaining half of BAPTIST! slow )learner class! [under 80 more on the county office -
Community Events
by at the rate of $4 per month Several persons outside the for a new city bookkeeping. the sidewalk on Pine Street BIBLE SCHOOL 1Q1 are being taught and 32 for new control measures.
machine. from RJE High School to SR- are on the wa.ltlnal1at.. Seven Mrs. Glssy and her group
The CommunityState for twice weekly pickups or city had complained: Vacation Bible School will bo
disturbed childrenare listened the discussion bull
: to
97.50 per month. for daily having to pay the 10 per cent -Authorized the expenditure 16. held at Hellbronn Baptist
Bank pickups. A previous decisionby tax in addition to the higher at the request of supt. Increased': from 9101.54 to Church, June 10-..., with Beginners receiving instruction and said after the meeting In so
the Council established a $6 water minimum which Is Davis of up to $1,500 for 16 9106.19 per week the salaryof and Primary Depart- 32 are waiting; she are receiving many words, they want something -

Accounts now taumr..4 96 minimum for such custom $2 for city residents.In transformers needed to replace sewer plant operator Bobby ments from' 9 a.m. till 12 noon, instruction:, fqr learning done. The ladles said In
op to'S15.000 by era who want city water. other action the council: worn out and overloaded ones. Maxwell on the suggestion of and Junior and Intermediate disorders and 33 are on the Green Acres, a subdivisionjust
Davis said his transformer Councbnan Gerald Williams. from 6:30 to 9 waiting list nine physically off SK-18 a mile east of
Federal Deposit burar-' The new policy may be only -Promised efforts to supply 'Departments :
ante Corp. temporary in that the Council the city's Negro police officer budget, which the council -i-Was told by Councilman p.m. All children of eligibleage 'handicapped are receiving Instruction Starke that It Is Impossible to
is planning a full scale studyol Willie Searcy a patrol car of slashed from $10,000 to 93,000 Jimmy MoRse that Supt. DaVis are invited to attend. and seven\are\, on a eat without files and that
to the [Continued On Page"Three! [Continued On Page Three
utility rates this fall hU own at the request of a Is exhausted but said the has been elected:

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Section One Page Two .... RR \nyonn rorNrv TFi.rr.nm.. STARK';, n..,nm\ -TIIUR !>AY. TUNIS 8. 1968

r Dr. and Mrs. O. L. )Haynes I Lt Col and Mrs H. M. Hat Mrs. Lucille Davis and Tom! tainers have plans to move to the loral/ und urea paint mtpplIeiM mbjort of "clean up, "paint up( 'ronsidpro/tlon (for the month, !
Jr. and daughter Anne left cher, Jr and daughter. Gayle. Smith are visiting Mr. and Florida Novak said and all have agreed to offer and fJx up"' will bo HH>.M> at BrP award ate urged to j pie
Thursday for Atlanta, Qa. to I Attended commencement exer- Mrs L. F.Smith Jr. in Paxton three have shown. an interest Mjirclal( discounts during: tho the Florida Theutic us u 10- I'' lip a recommendation form i u
attend the 50th wedding anniversary class I and alumni activities at from Monday to Friday and if it can be proven how'that month t6 encourage' Biadfoid i ninder. the Chamber of Commerce 01
of Mrs. Haynes' parents Georgia Military College Mil- attended the graduation of there Is availability of labor.At County property owners to 'I All (per int who 1111\.... or fit-e. too( ( VV Call Street so thf,
Mr. and Mrs. David O.I Icdgvllle, Ga last weekend. Larry' Smith from Paxton least 150 applications are "jfnlnt up." who know about 'a project I tho project ,will not ho OVa,
Scott on Sunday afternoon' Their son Hariy M. HatcherIII High School Tuesday night. needed, he said.: All three I A short film strip on they:/ which they deem ,worthy of'' looked/ in till Judging.
GLADYS M00'i'YPhone Mrs. Haynes will remain dn a freshman at CMC was firms are equal opportunity I _......._ """'- ___ __ .--n...r r'-..__
96 .7608 Atlanta for several weeks with made a. 2nl Lieutenant in employeis.
her parents, while Anne will I I ho cadet corps In ceremoniesat BBS Students Bradford Is competing with
Richard Filth go to Crcstvlew to visit 1 lieI' the final parade on June 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Frye Mr. and Mrs RE I other Florida areas for the
and daughter ot Sewickly, flew to Detroit Mich on business brother-in-law and sister, zVIr,1 Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vinlng firms.A I
Pa. were Sunday and Monday on Sunday and Monday:! and Mrs. BobbY W. wore vlsitltvt relatives in To GraduateContinued survey of available labor
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sher- Mr. and Mrs. Willard Wynn Dr. Haynes will fly home Stockton, Ga. from Saturdayto <'n seven counties, conductedin
rod Hamilton.Mr. who have moved to their cot- Monday. I Wednesday April 1967 In conjunctionwith
and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell tage on Silver Lake for the' Andrea and Scott Buck of Mrs Dan Harley Is visitingMr [ From Page One;) the Jacksonville Cham- ,I Ir S VGA'i
are visiting their soninlawand summer. has as weekend Palatka are spending ten days and Mrs. Richard Bcsted- ber's Committee of 100, found
daughter CPO and Mrs. guests Mr. and Mrs. Jim with their grandmother Mrs.] er in Johnson. City, Tenn for Richards, Betty Jo Sapp, that Bradford County has 200
Joseph N. Belche' in Norfolk, Brooker of Live Oak, Mr. andMrs. Morgan Rlcharde. several\ days. Elaine Lester Stephen Foster available women employees L
Va. this week. Tommy Huggins of Or- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland Byron Terwlllegar who has Smith and Stephen Lamar aaj.;! 174 men Novak says.
Gold- and Mr and Mrs. William E.I ben home for a week will return Wade. k
Mr. and Mrs Gilbert ange Park Mrs. Deloies At- Persons who think they {
wire and Mr and Mrs. Mike wood, J. C. Wynn and Mr.and Carter are visiting Mr. and I to the College of Charleston Baccalaureate services were might be Interested in w01'kIng 0
Goldwire attended the Mc- Mrs Joel Smith and children Mrs. Dwight Marshall and S. C. on Sunday::, for,, held Sunday night, June 2, in In the garment Industryare .
Daniel family reunion at Twin of Jacksonville. family in Apalachlcola, where the summer session. the high school auditorium. requested to send their
Lakes Valdosta, Ga. on Sun- Mrs. E. L. Matthews and they will attend the gradua- Local admittances to Bradford Three Essential Things to completed questionnaires to the GENERAL ELECTRIC.Sieam
day. Mrs. Morgan Rlcharie had tion Friday night of Mary County Hospital this Success and Happiness" was Bradford County I
;, Dr. and Mrs. William H. luncheon lait!; Thursday in Helen Marshall, and also at- week include: Mrs. Ina C. the topic of the baccalaureate ment Authority P. ,
: Green of Washington D. C. Gainesville with Miss Elise tend the Smith-Marshall wedding Arnold of Lake Butler; Mrs. message brought by Rev L. S. 1118, Starke. Fla., DeveloP-I '
spent the weekend with Dr.Green's Jones. on June 15. Sarah D McDonald and Mor- Williams, pastor of the F
: parents Mr. and Mrs. Friends will be Interested to Mrs. L. L. Fullwood .nd' gan Darby of Keystone Church of Christ :
Lex Green. learn of the marriage of Mrs. and daughter Nancy are visitliin Heights! : Mrs Nettle Starling| Clean-up j '
;0 Mrs. Robert Generux and Virginia Smith fornlerly.of\ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cole of Lawtey; Raymond Brown, ,
: sons of Springfield. Mass are Starke to John Reeves on in St. Petersburg over the of Worthington Springs;i)'Job ApplicantsStill '
visiting her parents, Mr. and May 25 in Honolulu Hawaii weekend and are attendingthe George Rahme of Hampton; Month Set '
: Mrs. Robert Green, for severa: .vhere they are residing. graduation of a nephew. Kevin Griff of Ralford; and : : & Dry
s weeks. Mr and Mr'B. Emmett Elder David Cole on Thursday Mrs. Myrtle Young, Richard SoughtContinued 1 :
'Continued from Page Onelassist ,
e Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding and sons; Mr: and Mrs. John night. Lablne. Mrs. Marie Dent Ellis
: Sr attended the funeral of' Lott, Robin .Elder, Dwight I Mr. and Mrs. Blllv W. Hicks Thointon. and Mrs. Betty C. [ From Page Onel the committee In selecting -
s his brother, J. C. Harding, in Elder, Cleo Forsythe Mr. and 'and family of Athens, Ala. Lewis all of Starke.Mr. home projects worthy of I
: Douglasville, Ga. on May 20.' :Mrs. Fay,.Durban, Mrs. Jessie were visiting Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. William Green cation found on page 4 of special awards!: fqr excellence RON
e On May 26 Mr. Harding's Durban and'Mrs. Leonard Donald Walnwright last week. of Jacksonville were Saturday this issue of the Telegraph or this month. Mrs. A Russell
I other brother J. M. Harding' Moore attended( (; .f.11t. 50ttiwedi Staff, Sgt. John Frank Barker visitors of) Mr. anl:! Mrs. Felix In the May 30 Issue of the Norman club president also, u
: died in Decatur Ga. I ding anniversary! .: celebration! [ !: 'of Fairbanks Alaska Sapp.\ paper. Applications may also announce that the club 'will assist -'
i Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson of Mr. andMr> t :.? ::W: Stroud who is' spending a 30-day leave 1st Lt Douglas Seymour Is bo picked up at the Chamber the City of Starke In Its it l our reg. low $9.88lightweight
f of AlamoRordo: New Mexico I In AndalukliVAla-lastSuiiday! ;; : with relatives in Lake City home on 30-day leave after office as many persons have efforts to Improve the y
i are visiting Mrs. Lola Johnson Mr. and.MrB:.W411iaanClarK( Visited Mrs. Frank Barker "''mT>]r.llng a year's duty In done. around the city Planting//
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry God-, and family 'of St;::Petersburg; here on Tuesday. Vietnam People with supervisory ex- facilities. The club
win for a week. I and A. K. Barlow .and Mrs. Richard Wainwright is I Will not be re pon rible\ for oerlence are also needed and r'ompletlriK/ landscaping/ ,,
: Mrs. R. O. Dansby and Mrs, Michael J. Schrador-and, son home for the summer from edits' made bv anyone other should reply. ties around the new vocationalschool.
p Rodney Hall will attend a of Clearwater were Sunday FSU. 'I than myself. John E. Hijorln Both garment firms and:!) a .
: miscellaneous shower at the visitors Ol Mr. ahd Mrs Mal- bothnm. 2tp 6-13 manufacturer of metal con- Mizell said/ that several of

: West Side Education building colm Sanders. /-,;
e in Gainesville on Friday nights Mrs. Frank Herlong and
for Miss Dianne Davis, fiancee grandson, Ray Hesse, of Sel- u '
i of Mickey Dansby. On Satur- uda, S C. were visiting Dr. and sturdy.
n day the Dansbys and Halls and Mrs. H. H. Adams from Perfect performance every
a will attend Miss Davis' graduation Monday to Wednesday. DAYS! SALE time. Contoured easy grip
z from V. of F. Mrs. J. D. Warren and Mrs. / ST 3 I PRICES- "' ,: : handle handy fabric dial
y diaries Lance of st. Simons Arthur Loudon attended the L and cord lift. Switch from
C Island Mrs. Maoy Quinn and district four workshop!\ at the steam to 'dry at a push of
1 son of Inverness' and Mr. and Southslde:! Woman's Club In FRI. & SAT, ONLY a button. j
;; Mrs. Billy Burbank Jr. and Jacksonville last Thursday.Mr. 1
i children of Fernandina Beach and Mrs. E. P. Renner J JIltl

i were visiting their mother, were In Panama City". last Illm'IIIII 7 PC. TEFLON .
Mrs. M. W. Lance, 'over the week on"buslnes .1 ;I"
weekend.Mrs. Mr. and.Mrs. Malcolm San- COOKWARE
i L F. J. Shaw and Mrs. ders have! purchased-the Paul 'I\E\\ \ SET i- t
It Ovid D.: Bennett and children Raymond'home lIt'24l'S'-Wa-: I by REGAL "
i of Jacksonville will visit Mr. ter street and moved 'in'on CHECK ;; l
::. ,and'Mrs. Lamar'Shaw in Ml- Wednesday, The Raymondshave
i _.:: amt :-over the weekend. .moved. "to the State OUR REG.
s 1:" ,. Mrs. Charley Johns spent Farm. $988
t sir Monday to Thursday of last Mr. and Mrs Fred T. PedenJr. ;! low $12.88
= .-i.weete1n Orlando with her son- ., who have resided at .
?tn-l_ and daughter Mr. and Kingsley Lake for the past t
Mrs..James Cash. and daugh- year, will return Friday to No stickIng, no scouring, super-hard 1 '
: ter;'tdrienne who underwent 'heir former home' In Colum- DuPont Teflon bonded to even-heat. '
i ..a t.\\& .sUectomy. Sen. and Mrs bia, S. C.'Mr. Peden' was formerly ing aluminum. Includes: 1qt. & 2-qt.
i. Johns! also visited the Cashes manager of Owen Steel covered sauce pans 5qt. covered 1
s ori :Sunday Joist plant In Starke. Jtast For Dad Dutch oven, 10-inch open fry pan.
; Mrs. W. T. Jordan of Shre- Cadet Jim Brown Godwin
a port:; La. was visiting Mr. and of West Point arrived home SPORTSH RT
: Mrs. J. G. Holton last week Wednesday for :25 days leave i REG1U
Mrs and Mrs. H. E, Smith Steve Denmark Janet Hardy '; *
II Mrs. Dollie Smith and Mrs and Tommy Andrews of JAMBOREE jf.
Emma Rene Weaver of Willis- the University of Georgia will
ton, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph arrive home this- weekend at I Electrikbroom
Smith and son of Gainesville the end of the Spring quarter. SOLIDS PLAIDS -STRIPES i1 I
e were Sunday guests of Mr. and Jayne Hardy is home this OUR REG.I I
; Mrs. Marc Jackson and attended i week from Tift College!: and tc
the christening of Melissa will return to the summer 2.59 r N r low $24.88 :
our re
Jackson at the First session on Sunday. g. $ All Permanent Press r ,
Presbyterian Church. They., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eaves
: with. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. visited Mraod..Mrs. Ronald 2' Regular collar styles In woven plaids. +' f 4 Wei $ II lit :
Ivy styles in solid oxfords and wide-
f JackSon and family and Mr. Eaves In Gainesville last 44R
and Mrs. Tom Jackson and Thursday evening. YOUR CHOICE track strip selection::. Tapered in sizes and tails S thru, A tremendous XL. 1
son, were Sunday Charles Stewart and daughter -
;: guests of Mrs. Margaret Jackson Jan of Lake City were
last Friday evening! dinner '
Y r Does the work of '
Mrs. Mae Jones of Jackson- guests of: Mr. and: Mrs. Char- WEST BEND "
: ville spent Saturday to Thurs lie Cowen t, vacuum, carpet
day with her sister, Mrs. W. Mrs Ruby Dixon and Mr. COFFEE MAKER + '1 sweeper, dust mop,
E. Middleton. and Mrs. Johnny Flatt of broom upholstery
SlSgt. Jerry Lawson o>f Eglin Nashville, Tenn. are guests ?T; brush and only 634Ibs. '
: AFB, Fort Walton Beach this week: of Mrcirtd. rrs.Don SALEMIX t OUR REG. $574 :: t Handy dirt cup
to Sunday = = ) { dispenser eliminates
spent Wednesday Bagwell ;;: ; ; : I low $6.88
i with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. David TISwnIng '\- \ fl : need for dust bags. t
Ewell Lawson. had as visitors, Mrs. Guy No So easy a child
I gadgets, no guesswork, Just per
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Mrs. Mae Heard of Palatka Edwards and Mrs. Marv Pad j can operate. '
feet coffee time 9-cup '
was a weekend guest of Mrs. gett of Jacksonville on Thursday Ij every capa-
'city with graceful new styling and
Gladys Hatcher. and Mr. and Mrs. Ha1'1'vEdwards j
PFC Barry Smith of Fort of Jacksonville on easy pour spout-a beautiful, gift)

Brapri. N. C. was home for the Saturday.Mr. .
weekend. I and Mrs. H. V. Mootyof I
'. Miami "weiS" Saturday
THE SOIJTIISmE guests of Mr. And'Mrs. Harry

CHURCH OF CHRIST Mooty. __ :w: .:, Chas- & MATCH! 8 S I
Mr. and MrCarlton S .
Invites YOUTo taln and Mr. "and-Mrs.: Beachon J. C. I 'h our reg. r ..' ..
Sapp were-ln Daytona! ..
Hear Sunday. Stretch Nvlon $2.99 \ .

Major and Mrs. V J Spen- All gonuine bather andcushioned r 'r r / s ;

THE GOSPELOF Kler and daughter and Mrs. '' 'imolo. Dark t l
Emma Badman were_ visiting ,I \;;..Ia1r01indneee .
CHRIST Mr. and Mrs. ft, B. TrescottIn COORDINATES f,.' + brown. Sizes 510. ..... ... ,
Macon Ga. from Thursdayto -- .. '

8:30: Sunday Morning Mr.Sunday.and Mrs' Gary Hllde- G. E. TOASTER HAIR SETTER ;

WPXE Radio Dial 1490 ( bran and son of Daytona Extra. high automatic O O In Just 10 minutes get $1644 ;, I
for any2
Beach are vacationing
action with 9 the perfect set you
Worship Service two weeks at the home of 4 pop-up $1 0 '
I want. No lotion, no
\ dark
fight to
Sunday 11:00: A.M. Mrs. Hlldebran's parents, Mr. rttNS BOYS i position ''
for water the
and Mrs. Sit Smith on, Cros-. only ; control. Crumb tray new easy Our Reg.

Bible Study Sunday ,by Lake. N DECK OXFORDS I and-smartly designed OUR REG. electric hair/way to *et low$J9.88_ '
Robbie Smith will be in St. value' chrome your .
plated body.
18 A.M. and 7 P.M. $2.99 ea. LOW $J3.88
Vincent's Hospital Sunday to Cotton duck uppers, .",.
3 Mi. South :an US 30.1 Wednesday for knee surgery. ;; ionod ,Imolo., A $3.49 $*fl 77
Miss Betsy Matthews arriv- TOPS: tivI' is-, r value. BO'1I"sizes, 2/a-o. Q
ed home Wednesday from An- 1 100% stref ch nylon In mod turtfo ) : : WARING HAMILTON
drew College Cuthbert Ga. neck with back zipper... or tank ,_ lI10ns sins $1.83 SPEED "'
Chambers and too style. Both in multittripei.ashable. ; / ;11 \
Charles ; :
; THE BRADFORD Richard Mekelah of Miami All color-matched with -.,: e.', /4.___
;. COU.JTY'rELEGRAPH spent the: weekend with shorts. S-M-L. Fantasti: Value BLENDER r [ > ,; 1 t'' ),; / /-' 3-SPEED
Published every Thursdayat les' Mr. and' Char-j SHORTS f- OURREG. at'. '
parents, : f k :J. .
138 W. Call St.. Chambers. 2-way, 100% stretch nylon with HANDLOOMEDCardigans :r Portable Mixer
BUrke, Fla, 32091 Mr. and Mis/ Garl Mathews elastic set-on waistband, 8 darts, : t K f +1 h/ LOW $22.77 ._ ; .

Second class postage paid attended a family birthday stitched and color-matched front croaioi with; washabla abovq D '
at Starke Fla. dinner Saturday for Bruce tops. Sizes g-10. of n i i 1977 er v OUR REG.
. Subscription Rates: Mathews in Gainesville. q $688
Sgt Tommy Mctendon of $8.95 $ Afa77 j ; tow $8.88
f In trade area: ".00 per Westover Air F>rce Base. NYLON FISHNET values Push-buttons
HOS5 give you
( ;year; 2.25: six monthi. Mass, was home for: the week- 'si1 r tu 8 different ,speeds. '. The popular "Mixette"
end. ." ;] Seamless, guaranteed run + ; 1 weight lets than 2 Ibs.
Outside trade area: $4.30 I Mrs. T. T...Long qss calledto proof. Black, white and reg. 100% virgin; acrylic,' bulkios In 5-cup container d.- ,/" 3-ipeed selector
per year; n. O mix moats.El. Wilmington Dela. where colors. One iiio fit B% 57C x \ many styles and colors. FulU/ signed for up to 4 ,.,, I Handy
tl 1da fashioned J is in 'thumb-position.
to II. / a complete/1 washabl. times more blending .
L, Matthews, editor and her brother-in-law, Lloyd H. Wiies 34-40. A real .. Stand on end when not
Lewis in bargain efficiency: Self-cleaning. ..,;,._ ...,.
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Church School J'1 l enlo from 4 Mrs. Davis Presents mostly by Merco Industries, one month's severance pay. Inspectr the site and: write the Commissioner Johns to pur
to 8 p. m. last i Saturday at Boca Raton, were also approved --Agreed to erect a second, StatS Road Department to see chase by cash a mower for
the Kingsley Lab:I> home of Piano Pupils by the Board upon the and possibly a third, office In If that( agency would make the $8,400, to fit on a.road grader
Mr. and Mrs. oJ'* mea Black- recommendation of the arch the county Civil Defense nlceSsaryrepairs.. The Commission be built. The Board decided to
shear. Mrs E. M. Davis presented itect. An example of the car- building for use by public thought the concrete quested a concrete bulkhead

--. -. In charge of tho picnic were her piano pupils in a recital pet to be Installed In the mId- welfare workers. Mrs Irene bulkhead too expensive and
Mrs. William Can.ter. Mrs. last Friday night at the dle school was displayed byMorgan Long and Miss Kitty McGlll. the residents don't want a SERVICE SCHEDULE!:

GLADYS MOOTY Paul Canova and .1l1rs. George Starke Woman's Club. but It comes under who head up the social work wooden one.Received. -ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH.
\ Winkler. Appearing on the program the basic contract price of here, requested more private a promise of the Starke _
Phone 9647603- were: Jenifer and Dale Haas, Drake. The furniture bids were quarters. mosquito control dragline in Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m.

I St Edwards Honors Diane Yawn Jimmy and Joy about $10,000 greater than -Was told by Judge/ Yawn cleaning a drainage ditch near Thursday Mass, 6:30: p. m.
I The wedding will take place Andrews, : Barbara ,Schmitt, expected. that the Container Corp. tim- Lawtey.: Miraculous Medal Novena' :

i Friday, June 14, a 6:30: p. m. Five Gradua toes Drew and Adrienne Barry, -Approved advertising for ber suit appeal will be heard Served notice, upon request Saturday, 7 p. m.
: at the Church of God, Starke. At BreakfastFive Walter Picvatt, and Carrie the second time for bids on I July 23 by the First!; District of Tax Collector J. R. Confessions: 5 p. m. and T

1967. Sanders. the second phase of the vo-I I Court of Appeals in Holly Hill, Kelly, that persons removing p. m.
i All friends and relatives are students of the 1968 tech center to be built with Fla. Improvements from propertyto -ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH.

' n'r '. Invited to attend graduating class of! BHS were Shower Given state and federal funds. The -Agreed to p'ty, upon request avoid tax sales will be Keystone Heights.

honor guests at a t IE:eakfast in For Mrs. Mullis first bids were too high and the 15.000 budgeted: charged with a misdemeanor.:! Sunday Mass: 7:30: a, m.
PresbyterianSeniors the Parish Hall 0 L St. Edward's data processing facilities will yearly for the Bradford County Buyers are becoming reluctant and :00 a. m.Wednesday I
Church last Sunday Mrs. Ronald Mullis was be left off the new base bid Hospital. | to purchase tax deeds on : Mass and Novena
Hono.red after Mass. honored at a baby shower request, Architect Morgan -Went to inspect a drainage I 1 shell homes for fear that the 7 p. m.
At ReceptionThe is masterof said. ditch into Hampton Lake after homes have been removed,
I Raymond Ouerl n Thursday night of last weekgiven
Approved expenditure of residents claimed It is washingout the Board was told. -ST. MABX-S CHURCH.
ceremonies, welc a med the Mary Bollinger by Mrs. Ace J. Hodge
to $2,000 for alter school at the lake end Macclenny.
Senior Class membersof intrcMiuced the up and re- -Voted on a motion by
guests and and Mrs. Raymond Hall at the
the Presbyterian Church, Graduates From work for a band master at Sunday Mass: 11:30: a. m.r' .
pastor Father Edward Kirby, home of the latter. ------
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and honored Sun.
others were '
>ni day night, after the Baccala who graduates entertained, guests the, and groupof par- Carey, College Games evening were/ and played prizes duringthe were Improvements to the band';! ... .. ,- .-. ,.,
Service with hall for the BHS remodeling,,
ureate a reception
Ishoners with populuir songs. won by Mrs. Ronald Goodmanand
Miss Bollinger, daughter
at the home of Rev. and Mary pifiRTRm. Principal Jim Temple
Mrs. Robert D. Burch 1083 He was accompaniisl on the : of Dr, and Mrs. H. G. Mrs. Ethel Goodman. told the Board it Is JylIJ..' t< .>& 1.J1 .01"Ij) .
p Father An drew Gardner Punch and "
guitar by cupcakes were ser
Bessent Road.A who also Bollinger'of Starke, was essary to employ a band nee-I : :.ff l"'r') : SAVINGS ACCOUNT '+
of Gainesville, ved.
the 168 graduates:
linen cutwork: cloth cov- among ter trained In }
ered the dining table, which sang two the William Careq College in the quality of the band
; Linda Allen was centered with an epergne Seated at the guest table Hattlesburg. Miss on Saturday Birthday Party greatly! decline. A ,;.
- filled with the class were the graduates, Lillian May 25. For -Heard Supt. Casey say j'
Curt 1
To Wed Mr. BurginMr. flower. Mrs.roses Henry Greene Richards Reta Me oar' Susan Miss Bollinger Is a 1064 Greene the Board should work toward 0.. .. _. .......o...."' .. w..M. +nu.
, Fogg Paula Hundley: and Bradford High I ,
graduate of differentials in salaries of Individual
at the punch bowl, Curt Greene his
presided celebrated &
and Mrs. John M. Allen Carolyn Meng. Each graduate she I I fEB-1'67 **, rI
Panch- School. At William Carey instructors based on
assisted by Mrs. P. D. first birthday anniversary last
announce engagement was presented with a gift.[ was a member of the Delta competency. NAR-1.67 ** l
approaching marriage of their er. Thursday afternoon when his I :a Jo l' ;,
between Arrangements of tfrardenlas: Omll ron society, the Carey Approved military leave,
About 50 guests called mother Mrs. John Greene,
daughter Linda, to Billy Ray 11., were used In decorating the College Chorale and the Music transfers, and resignations .1 MARJ1'67 .1 _
Burgin of Mr. and Mrs. the hours of 9 gave a party for him and 11
tables. Educators National Confe-r lends from four to 5:30\: o'- for various employees. I APR-1f p 2 OZ.6
Bill P. Burgin of Macclenny. 4 'w
Members of the A 7 tar Soc- she receivedthe
ence. This year Hired Auditor Nell Tuckerfor .
clock at their home '
( at Camp
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St. Mark's
The brideelectwill grad Group
iety served as hostesses on Senior Music Award at Bland. the second straight yearto HAY-1. ..6Ss ,
uate from Bradford High Enjoys PicnicFortysix this occasion H t* selected by the entire faculty. The refreshment i table In audit the school system's '"" alit-
School this Friday night. S g1Utt
Internal accounts. Tucker will
from, the yard was centered with a .,
Mr. Burgin graduated men women and Fifteen Senioni. WSCS Installs birthday cake topped with a be paid $2,000 plus $10 per ., "1' Z r _"
Baker County High School In children attended St. Mark's hour for work on the new vo-
Tour Nassau New Officers clown. The youngsters recelv- JtJl-1.67' 1 068' a oAUG1.67
tech center. ,
e.l: favors of party hats whisties -
I Fifteen members of 'Ihe( BHS, New officers< of the First balloons and lollipops. 9 16823 'g

Home Furnishing Buys Senior Class ;are enjoying a, I Methodist WSCS were Installed Miss Anne Lambert of Fly ProblemIs SEP. -1'67 *** 2 +o
trip to Nassau Monday, to' at the general meeting Green Cove Springs assisted! 10

Friday this week. 'I held Tuesday morning at the II SEP.3067? :

during oar Anniversary SaleSALE Taking the trip are :Iltr. and church. Ann Beidler Voiced OCf-1' a1 0 11.6

Mrs. R. A. Colson and Mrs. j Mrs H. H Adams, vice- Weds Mr. HarveyCol.
Betty Register as chaj Drones, president, presided over the

Jimmy Horton, Randy Jones, meeting and Mrs. L. J. Green !. and Mrs John Bcldlcr H#,
Williams New- devotional.Mrs. Commissionflies
Wilbur Waters gave the of Silver Lake announce the
ham, Jackie Bennett. Kay E. L. Matthews, a past marriage of their daughter,
Colson Sandra FU! ?ister, president, installed the following Ann, to Theodor R. Harvey on cover their doors. Also o 24.8Va186T
Wanda Lewis, Karen Pats officers: president May 23 In the Methodist appearing were Mrs George -
Rita Ellington Janet Nichols, Mrs. Charles Sawyer; vice- Chapel at Day St. Louis Miss. Winkler Mrs. Robert Archer: 11857 a:
Elisa Rekila, Susan '\@bgg.( Mrs. Donald Hard- Mrs. Ernest
president with Rev Leonard Martin Pats and Mrs I
r Sheila Magyarl, and Martha brook; secretary Mrs! George performing the nuptials. Bill Patray. I 16 )AN"i 4e, .S57. gyp,

Dennis. HuffRtns; treasurer Mrs II The bride attired in a beige; They blamed the flies on a'I FE8i8'' 3185t
,;?. I I.t K. Tyus. Circle leaders: One, crocheted dressvlth rose hat single chicken farm located
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Canasta Club Mrs. F. W. Strickland;!; Two, and shoes had as her attendant across! a pond from the sub -
Mrs. L. J. Green; Three. Mrs. Miss Susan Harvey of division.In 1 NAR 4 .
.t SPR1NGMAID Enjoys Outing Jack McComb; Four, Mrs. Day St. Louis, Miss. other action the Commission PR- r'' =
Five, 3
: and
Richard Chesser : : ,
Robert L. Harvey attendee
Members of the Canasta
i' Club celebrated their llth anniversary Mrs. E. J. Lanum. his brother as best man. Accepted without comment i
: TOWELS all but five applicationsfor
by going to Jackson :
vUle and St. Augustine for MethodistSeniors reclassification of aU'lcul.I/ I
1 ? GradesTransferred tural lands as such but seta
.; zI : the weekend of May 25 land AreEntertained Lawtey public hearing on five cases I
1 1r 26.
I I in which the use of lands for : .
It Enjoying the outing were agricultural purposes Is con -- r
, Mrs. T. G. Ritch, Mrs. G. First Methodist Church sidered questionable.
The .
Jr., Mrs,J.... B. ,.
J.:< __McOrttt honored Its BHS graduates at -Delayed a suggestion by
Godwin Mrs. R. V. Turner morningat Commissioner Jerome Johns I
breakfast Sunday
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J' Mrs. James Phillips, Mrs.: the Holiday Inn. that the county begin safety i T w i r. >* -ir ;' >w

84c.I t Maxie Carter Jr.. Mrs. Sonny I, The dining table was centered waiting list;; one deaf studentIs inspections on larger trucks I tfr, *; >
$1 1 Bath 4t Strickland, and Mrs. George with a blue and white being tutored. and three are despite. the fact that the Inspection *- s, .MOMAiT' 5 i
4 .,
a Flynn Jr. ife floral centerpiece and grad- on a waiting: list, and one barn and most equipment I
uate place cards marked the partially sighted student Is Is not ready. Inspections':
1 69c E71 3c I Open House seating arrangement. receiving Instruction. were to begin June 1 under $

l Hand VI Wash 31 For H. A. LawsonsThe Enjoying the occasion were Eighty teachers will work In state law but it will probablybe : .
Joyce Denmark, Karen Pats the In-service training pro- several weeks before Brad

children of H. A. Lawson Andy Mayton, and. Steve gram for six weeks this sum- ford County like many others I
1 PRINTS JACQUARDS SOLIDS and Ada :Register Lawson Smith, graduates; Rev. and mer: they will be paid a total will be ready ,to make inspec ) !
cordially Invite all friends and Mrs V. J. Ragsdale, and Mrs. of $50,501)) for attending tions. Bradford's equipment Is'' 'T _

;1 f thick and towels In relatives to an open house at Olin White Jr.. secretary of I the University of Florida for being shipped.
SpringmaTd quality, thirsty terry a Want second income that and and ?
in a
additional on
their home, 1869 N. TempleAve. Campus Ministry, who was credit and certification -Approved a proclamation goes on on
i j rainbow of .e choices. Perfect. gift'for'June: ,.: Brides. ., in honor of their 40tli charge of the affair. Graduates -I, and for working In declaring the month of June

... Wedding Anniversary on Friday unable to attend were, planning programs here The county-wide clean-up and
Kathy Frees and Mike Smith. usual summer school and paint-up week at the request 1
June 14, from 8 to 10 p. I
a) SUMMER .4 m. The four graduates, in their summer swimming programs, of the Chamber of Commerce.I Wouldn't it be great? Something extra coming In month

caps and gowns, were recognized will also be offered. Okayed the 'use of the after month after month? Stop in soon and get the details.,
{ Ice Cream Social at the morning service.D. There will be 11 kindergarten top floor of the old!: Jail and
I Ito
; FABRIC units with an anticipated former ag building adjacent
j' Set By MethodistThe enrollment of 235 students in the courthouse by CUBB

C. Willis of Alachua and the 1968-69 term, Supt. Casey Economic Agency until No-1
First Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lewis of said. I umber 196!}. but included a:
SALE will honor Rev. and Mrs. V. Brooker. PFC Lewis Is stationed In other action the Board: ) clause that the building could f Savings% and ballASSOCIATION

,. J. Ragsdale at an Ice cream In Fruth, Germany. -Approved a $77.044 pay-' be reclaimed by the Board ': ,
L social Sunday evening at 8 o'- ment to Drake Construction upon 60 days notice. I

i BATES & DAN RIVER clock In Fellowship! Hall All Mr. and Mrs. Billy Corbel t Co. for work on the Bradford -Passed a resolution com- nA
friends are invited to attend. mending retired custodian Ed OF STARKE
of Starke, announce the birthof Middle School which is about
a daughter on June 2 in 77 per cent complete accordIng Norman "for 10 yean untiring -i 218 N. Temple Avc. Phone 964-5000
Recent Births the Bradford County Hospital to Architect Don Morgan : service to Bradford County -
; -Agreed to buy$3C43 in ," and agreed to pay him:
l, !. $1 Yd. 7.CI PP'C and Mrs. John D. LewIs prison manufactured lockers,I
announce the birth of a son, TYPEWRITERS: Manual) or for the middle: school
; valuesCnoos John Dillon, II, on May 18 In Electric. For sale or rent. Furniture bids for the
I i the Alachua General Hospital. Bradford County Telegraph. middle school totaling $70,312, '
Grand parent are Mr. and Mrs.
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Regular .99 BedspreadsOur I ASSORTED SALADS 11:OQ a.m. to 2:00: p.nu.: .;

3 of our best selling spreads "V.vr I ROLLS BUTTER Dinner Buffet $1.75TEA $
. at t a savings of $1.55 durII.lce: $744 i

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May Rainfall// Times I: Chief Biggs \Warns Dog Owners I r Job Application For Those Without Experience

I t M P For employment in Starke Bradford County in the '

: 50-Yr. Average Here : To Have Pets Licensed Inoculated manufacturing of clothing. (check applicable items) G'0

.. ( ) I have no experience but am willing. to learn on

Clilcf of Pirilce Br''bby Riggsstu'ved ,by the owner, or I wine ,the' r the job.
; The rain-, slackened off big rain of 1.6 inches recorded 4
I notice on dog owners person for the owner.
a last week to .83 inches county I I May 11 and May 25 saw thin week thut city ordinance? The ordinance, : further provides ( ) I have no experience but am willing to take Say's'HAPPY

.. wide but the total for May, 113 inches fall on Bradford.. governing licensing: and Inoculation : "It shall be the duty of training: at the Bradford Union Vo-Tech Centerin

a was 8.61 inches four times I The Louis Hill Tower recorded -, of their pets will be en- the Chief of Police, or other l order to prepare me for a job.
the 50-year average of 2.72 a total. of 12.6 Inches
f01 : inches for Bradford I of rainfall during May far I sewing machine at home and
.. by plnlnts concernlriRdags running possible, and to impound Any ( ) operate my own FATHERS DAY'wears
The Santa Fe Tower was the largest amount recordedIn : at large In the city: and all dogs found running on am interested in seeking employment.
: the only one reporting over one month for some time.
According to the ordinance the streets( In violation of the
a an inch of rain last week at Lanta Fe recorded '7.5 Inches I i It Is unlawful for any person ordinance, and to keep them ( ) I am willing to travel] to work' a distance of at
1.1 inches. The Louis Hill for the month and New River I' least
-.ma I to own, keep, or maintain a Impounded until disposed) of as
Tower at Lawtey recorded .9 5.8 inches. I don:' within I the city limits provided. Any such dog, which I (please circle one)
inches and the New River County for rainfall without flint, obtaining Hern cannot 'ibe captured and impounded -
.-- Tower inches. There were: recorded by averages' dajtiiit monthwas from the City Clerk for as provided for, shall 1 Itnrohl BI..hlll| (miles) ((10 miles) ((15 miles) ((20( miles) up to

a.' ':" no fires in the county for the May 4; '1.8 inches! ; May, each dog. The license fee ds be destroyed by the police. ((25; miles) (more than 25 miles)
a. a second straight week. 5, .03 inches; May 9, .03 inches $1 per year. All licenses' expire "When any dog is captured j j "
a a.U ; But rain was recorded on ; May 11, J.6 in.; May 12, on April 1 of each year and ,Impounded, the Chief of BishopWins twice as >

... 12 days in May beginning the .43 In.; May 13, :113 in.; May! and. must bo renewed' annually. Police shall notify the, owner, Your Name ___ _________________________________ "

.. .. fourth day of the month with 14. .73 in; May 15 :.57 in.; {ildefc The that ordilnnnce before Issuing further pro-license if known, of such It the capture dog is and not I Address .. .. __..__....____ .______________________ long as
a a 1.8 inches There was another May 19, .33 In.; May 25, 1.131 Impounding. lvhx ,,
at.. in the City Clerk shall demand claimed within three days from 2nd othercotton ,
; May 26, ;50 in.: May 28, .
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and the p..rmn making the date of impoundingand all
a In County Jmlicr'K a a. For Uru.lfonl" County Flitrlilii There have been 121 fires application shall .furnish, a cer- costs Incidental thereto paid! Telephone _____-__________ / C, air
In re: Kxtuti' of .lul.n' ThomuH advertise ,
U. a tificate signed Iby a vcterlnur- the Chief of Police shall ,

.. a ae.. QnlKley NOTK-I3 d.eoensHil.OF PnOBATB in 1 this Bradford County since Jan.,'inn or other qualified person, ,the dog for sale, for such Lake CityTourney Are you presently employed ( ) Yes ( ) No
aa :: To AJ1 PerHona Intermited In year and 921.8 acres authorized to make inoculations costs and expenses. If the dog Complete this form and mail to: wash
aaa The Estate Of laid Decedent: burned, compared; to 94 fires that the dog has' been ils not redeemed prior to tho s e;,M
a a a a a a n You.written urn Instrument hereby notified,iiiirpnrtlnx, that and 798.!6 ,acres burned over I Inoculated against rabies within sale it shall be sold at public'allctlon Bradford County Development Authority wear

. a a In lin the liint will .and tenta- the same period .in. ;J987.OriflJ !, > the preceding 12 month and If no price is offered 1-. O. Box 1116
.aa meal of Halil ilAit linn bo..ndilmltttd for dog of to costs,
It is unlawful a sufficient pay Starke Florida 32091 shirts
a a a to probate In thin
a a a "'our!. You are liernbv comman \! OF TA* Htl.B any kind to run at large with then the Chief of Police, or
a? ded within.nix ntlcndnr. months Notice la hereby given that in the city limits, or to be. upon other police officer, 'shall dc- Firing a concluding 75 fora L
.. the dale of the first pub- the 13th day of summoned a second time. Another -
June lUiiK huiflnnlim I
.. llrutliin of thin: notion to appear at lit noon at conuminlt- the streets at anytime, day Stray the dog." 30-hole 142. Starke golfer Summer SessionsTo ,
search resulted
. In this court and ,chow rnuse, If center Town at Bi'ooher 'Coun. :or night, unless said dog Is in The fee for serzurc' of nny Harold Bishop won the A. O Sunday
any you can, why the action of of Begin June 17 in Allen's Ibody being found in
ty nriuirrml. State of Florida. :
as automobile other conveyance Is $2 and the for
thin court In admitting 'until will tux giggle certificate, an or dog charge Paul Memorial Invitation in
will be Holt' a woods trail by PolicemanPat
a. a to probate Hhoulil not Blond un- on the fuluwing"deet...lhed lam' or unless muzzled and accompanied impounding ii $1 per day. Lake City Sunday' June 2. At Bradford High Olty
revoknd. Allen was3otruck
... .. First to pay the amuuU 3lunjJor tttxo: 'toy Its owner or Chief Biggs asks for cooporfi"-/ Clyde Terwillegar, current I Henry. I
Publication! on !May lath herein Hot twice in the ,ibody,
nnmaltvttt'] ( right :
--.1 A, D. 1908 together with 'illt'f.tnttt, of numn ouch; some member of the (owner's' tion on the part of dog owners holder of the Starke Club Suirgner; clauses will begin the officer stated. upper ,I
T. A. YAWN mile nnJ I all ud".rtla'm' family or unless the dog is In the enforcement of theseregulations. June 17 at Bradford High t:
championship, '' in
-aa County was second'
JudRe. Bradford County, Late 7. 8, It; 1R..ur,411k' 9r In'ard I Witnesses Included Elizabeth[ :
a.a held School and until
Florida leash and run
.. \\ City fastened( with a Lake City five strokes ofBishop1 August ,
a THOMAS: Ya: 2oi-OB: !!c:;: Nnrth Tempi' Avenue til.20SW'4 pace with a 72.75147. which lives close to the Allen's
a Sturke. Fla. or NWU See 17 nuns Bishop led Saturday'splay Students may register any In Reno Florence Reddish, VANAPLUSBy
==: B/18 4t fl-0 :A.MK";F Towmihlp MfDaVld.7S. Rrnnltnr.... Win,, Suits Asking Damages Of City with a three under par week day at the senior hdgh office Walter! Allen ,brother of the ,)

a : 67 with Terwillegar dogginghim in "C" Building. Office victim; City Policeman Willie!
a. five strokes back at one- hours are from 8am. to noon, Searcy, Deputy Sheriff Frank
.. Filed By 2 Accident VictimsTwo over 72. and 1-4 p.m.Mathematics. Bell and City Policeman Pat i
a. In of fire It was Bishop's second and home economics Henry. VAN HEUSEN
:"' : championship in the A. O. will be offered in the Deputy Sheriff Glen Mooreis i

a. .' damage suits have been I Werre was driving, with Mrs. Paul tourney, the first coming mornings. I heading investigation of the I
... rued in Circuit Court against McRae as a passenger! went, on In 1966. The 6-foot-4 golfing Language, arts, science, phy-j!shooting III Vanaplus stays wash-and-wear for the life

a ? Will your insurance pay enough to. replace the home the City of Starke by two local SR-100 when their automobile star wound up the weekend slcal education, :summer :band bed' !' The defendant Is still In custody I of the shirt! Wears longer than other all-

a.. you lost? Most people's won't. Two suggestions: women involved in an auto accident collided with a vehicle driven, with nines of 37-38 over the and driver's education will I with no bond set. : cotton wash-and-wears. Van Heusen
offered in afternoon
.I. 1 on June 3, 1037. I by Cary Edmond Neoley, Jr., par-71 course Sunday. sessions. I it! is whiter
guarantees Vanaplus a
: Check Plaintiffs claim that the view which entered the The 22-year-old youth Is Morning classes begin at 8a.m.
your coverage now- highway Pair: Caught
'I. 1 softer shirt too. And it stays that
afternoon classes at 1 way.
especia if home and of a stop sign at the northwest from Myrtle Street currently the Jacksonville
t possessions have in corner.:: of Myrtle Street Plaintiffs claim the obscured Area Golf Association's "Golf m. p.l I In The Act I Tailored in a Dual Collar that may be
R.. 'aloe.a. grown where dt enters SR-109! was stop sign contributed to the accident er of the Year worn with a tie as a dress shirt or open
a obscured .through negligence oft Four Starke golfers enteredthe Mental Exam Two Jacksonville men have! as a sport shirt. "Contour-Crafted" for

a.'. Call me today. I'll explain ) the! city. They claim the The suit for Mrs. Werre Is Lake City tourney and been charged here with grand I the neat tailored ]look. Short sleeves.

2 Nationwide Insurance's brand view of the stop !sign! had been brought by Billy G. Epps, who three won. Harold Seymourwon Ordered After larceny after a local appliance I
:: : obscured three months or longr. serves as her guardian. topping the "C" flight! store owner saw one carry out $
new protection at low rates.
six radios while the othel'kept
with 79.76155.Lake 5.00
SCa The man from Nationwide is on your side. Alva Iona Werre tls suing the KindergartenAnd City high schooler Murder HearingA him occupied. : UPI
and S. R. Hicks, public
city as Alfonso Harper 43-year-old
as y. Robie Dobelstein; sank his j
works superintendent., She is First GradeRegistration
third hole-in-one in :four competency examination Negro Is In the Bradford _
_- M. asking fijf damage dn excessof months has been ordered for Erma Lee County Jail under $5,000 bond.
BILL POWELL on the Lake
$400.Theron Yawn Is serv- Allen, 48, Starke woman charged The second
man, Fred Carlton
In the
ia r y i ng as her attorney In the civil final round of l with first degree murder in Turner FREE
Phone 964-6164 Regi-trntlnn day for kindergarten the tournament. It came on 40.year-old Negro was' I MonogramJUNE
action! the death of her husband, after not In 'I
401 and first 'grade has been the 182-yard ninth, the resultof custody Tuesday June
W. Madison St. Iris Mildred McRae has entered .
i a preliminary hearing last Friday 4,
set for Wednesday June 12. a four-Iron; his others according to Deputy She-
Starke Fla. a himllar suit and Is asking of- from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m, at each, came on the 165-yard third. May 31. lift Dolph Reddish I 5-8
for' damages In excess elementary school in the' coun- Pnlatka's I County Judge T. A. Yawn Eugene Tanner owner ofGay's ,
1 $300:) through her attorney. R. ty with the of Starke Harvey Reynolds after hearing the ,testimony of Home ]
exception Appliances
A. Green Jr., Gainesville.The Elementary. The one kinder- placedthlrd at 74-76-150. mix neighbors and relatives of north Temple Avenue, watchedin on I MAKE IT VERY PERSONAL

aa i CIIINationwide '"'"' plaintiffs, state that MraIZLot4 garten uniit allocated to Starko Bishop played the tournament Mrs Allen, ordered the mental the reflection of a store
/Elementary has "been filled. under pl'essure-he is to examination. If Mrs. Allen is window while the six radios, V FOR FATHERON
i t:' 1&:2: of Blk 4 of Corl- Starke Elementary will register be married to his high! school found incompetent, the Judge I valued at $207, were carried/
loin SID Unit 1I children for first grade on sweetheart Joan Williams on aid, she will ,be committed to from, the store. Tanner got HIS DAY
Mutual] Fire Insurance Co. :: June 29. the State Hospital at Macclen-''
Jletaire.nLa. .
d..; 370Tommv Wednesday the tag number of the pair's I
a Nationwide Life Insurance Co. If the defendant is found
ISEA( ) Children are eligible for ny. automobile as they drove off.
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. B. Cox: competent, Judge Yawn said
kindergarten who 'will be five I Harper was\ arrested ]laterthe
Town Clerk Starka; five daughters. Mrs. she will be held for
Home Office: Columbus Ohio Town of LlrookerBru.lford years old on or before January appearance same day after the license a
a County FIll. 4t 6.6STOMERS 1, 1969. First-graders must be t.aurafC'Room., of Cypress, before a grand Jury, leased on number had been traced
6/18/ I Fla.; Mrs Ruby (Moore and testimony given by the six .witesses -
i six! years old on or before January -
1, 1969. Birth certifi- Mr*. Dolly ATtmroe. of :Milton! : and several cltv. and I

'" I cates ,Mill(]) ''be required before Mrs. rJosetta Shiver, Fort county lawmen. I
the first day of school Pierce, and "Mrs.! GeorjrannGliiHon Mrs. Allen, 48, Is charged
I Starke; one stepson T. with 'shooting her husband, !4I
t I L. Lee 'Starke; one brother Samuel Allen, 48 the Saturday
David Gunter Sr.
Torn Gunter Starke; a 'sister night of :May 29. The death
Services HeldWednesday Mr*. Rose Morgan. St. Petersburg was not discovered until Sunday -
/ ; 13 grandchildren and night. May 30, when Allen
seven greatgrandchildren.Funeral was found dead in the woods
services were held about :500) feet from his home.
David Gunter, Sr., 81, of
nt 2 ..p.m. Wednesday in Jones City Pokes!' investigated the
a We wish to announce the closing of Lawson 's Gro- Starke, died Sunday night Memorial Chapel with Rev. A. hooting 'Saturday night, and
: after a long illness. A retir-
F. Varnea. officiatingInter- searched the wood for a shol.tdistance
ed farmer, he was\ born in ,
: ment was in but failed to find Al-
Washington Street. We will continue Cemeterywith
eery on our Baker County on Oct. 15, 1886 admitted
a DeWitt: C. Jones Funeral len. The woman I
and had lived, dn the Starke
I Into the
Home in charge of arrange shooting the pistol

a other services and are now located in t tl Ie rear of Law. area member all of of his Plnchill life. Congregational Hi was a- ments. ground said, the she officers didn't think testifiedbut she I'I II r

Methodist Church. RULED LEGAL PADS had hit him.

son's Surviving> is his wife Mag- Steno Notebooks, Order Books,,I 1
: building with entrance from. Pal metto Street. When Allen had not returned
gie Starling Gunter. of Starke; I etc. Bradford County Tele' home Sunday night police were
one son, David, Gunter, Jr., /graph. I

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:IiIJ': -. '. four counts of issuing bad flfra'nit'' Clifford!
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Coach Hurse 'Well Pleased'With .,y.', e. ,,\:', .. .,' ,- Jw r4 iii rT AaL ;:I,.rill.j'f"1! r-\! checks last Dec. 10, was sentenced proprietor' of a club, I PAPER EZERASE Mloaeo Paper. Bond
"." ,.-'> .. to eight years In the bearing his name on SR-225: Paper Notebook Fillers. -
'.T t,*''. '.L State PrIson at.RtUford' after east of Lawtey. Bradford County Telersph.GLASS .
..: T a.* .. being found guilty: by a Jut!' Kelly was iirrp ted on an affidavit -
Spring Football DrillsA ,, which deliberated about 30 r'frncd'! by State Beverage -
'.., r'; ? minutes Wednesday afternoon. Agent C. L Smith, Jr.. I
< Four; \ wltn sses, Deputy I! Saturday, May 20
iW r'k.'r'. '
romping: 39-31 Red over I forewall loom as'the primary develop are Juniors Tom El- ., n Sheriff Dolph Redlsh: A. C.' :irony Is chirK< with posiir-, FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors
VVhltr" uffrnslve ball jrame I(' objective rtho/ BUS coadur's'fol' land, Leon Cummings and : : Williams Noun Woodburn,' lon of wh .,!kcv. with Intent to
the final night of spring grid next season But the IPtjs Ray Jordan. Crawford\ Injuredlast : and William Burchette, tcatifl'd !- sell in a dry county maintaining -
practice Fray May :si, it-it squad nln-mly) has depth) that: season, is expected to give Wllllnms! and Woodburnwere a place (nf ,ouslne It for IIIIII!
Tornado Coach David Huiso goes beyond that of lihu t ft inv i< < I I I I tbo Tornadoes; a ibis,: boost recipients of two of the Qf liquor In a county whore FOR EVERY PURPOSI
"well pleased." of the part .-sonsons, especially. \ Guardu Ralph Morgan, 11 four bad checks each for such sale Is prohibited.
The coach of two Class A in the backflcld, 1 Steve Crawford, 12, and hutch I $49.74, issued by Miller. Bond has been net at $r>00 SHEA'SGLASS
state championship: teams from IJ Bradford High !wan 'exctlcd: i idea< that I hI.'>. Toreadors \' III experience. Pusnlng them will I Liquor Charges Judge.. T. A. Yawn, returnable! CO.
after endjnjr' / the spring; ; grid l sport an explosive nnd effce be: Mike Rhoden, 11, and Christy I on Plea Day (on Juno 21
sessions Ha clearly doss not' tlvc offense next season becomes Chandler, 11, and Jim, Shu- Placed By AgentTwo I7z.nI5nzuSJ
expect another 5-5! showing his I' quickly. apparent. I, ford, 11, Injured last season it RUBBER STAMI'S and illS N.W... .4th. Piece
1967 eleven experienced.: Tornado coaches can come uji a prospect. liquor IHIV' violation Pad*.- Brad:'nrd County Tele! Galn vlltmm
His 1968-69 quad will be I with a defence capable of thriv' I CenterBill Buby 11, and charger have been tiled here predominately seniors, a year InK on a pnr with, say Lake Tommy Blackshear 11, will
older, and much more expe"-I City or Pnlntka fight. it out. They 'will be
toned and (battled scarred." ( () I The 1968-69 Tornado varsity pui.hed by John Torode, Bobby
Inst year's "rebuilding: season." lines up like this: Chooser: and Ho'ol' >.e Smith, ijf
Coaoh Hurse adm.t: thn t
year. means a lot under the, and Jimmy Temple, 11. after breaking his leg !las i
strenuous physical and mental | Split end-Tim Murphy 10. season ):!,,1 ......
conditioning- program( the I I Murphy was the toughest I QualtCI'bnC'klenlol' co- \ : : "
highly trained. BUS athletes RO( freshman around BHS In manya captain' BJ11 Be'otc t< looked to ...... .;. ..L.,..... ,f-; ? >>": ,t.o1. '''.no. ....4 25'0 OFF
through. I /bay and l is, expected to really for an outstanding season lie
"Our weakness turned out to come through next, season, but| may also see action at running Townsend Strlc.-.luml manager of the mat, Colt, Sunday lifter the third annual
be our ritrenfrth, ; ," Hurse: grinned he will receive some help the back. Mike Norman, 11, "liny mimor-iip Garden Restaurant team of StarlOlow: Pitch Softliall Imltatlniml at West side
as he assessed the -'pr.ll1g"sl. conches are looking for Of looked real good thin. !spring" congratulate Chnrlle EMins, niiinnK of tlu Park.
work :Monday course that inimitable pass and if he come! along Normal)) champion ...."'ntwnlurln6: team of Sa\uu- I':\'HIIH linltls. the winners trophy presented
"The backfield looks jtfJod. snatcher Ronnie GrIggs can could) spend some Lime ibehmijl by Major Carl Hurst.
We've lmpllfled our offense always pl".v the "pot.TackleCharles the center to relieve), Bolotf: I I mm' m
and put boys at positions more Smith, sen- for rest and other duties.'
united to their talents! ior co-captain; ; Tom larks.: 11; Fullback Willie Cohens, 12 Georgia Team /Is Champion
Finding !strong linemen to Scotty Smith, 12; Allan. Crawford and Gene Melvin, 12, will battle -
fill the Tornadoes'! defensive 12. Others who could It out. There Is also soph- IS OFFERED IN CONJUNCTION WITH

lomore I grow.lnd/Mike develops.Running Patrick. If lie< I Of Slow Pitch Tourney Here I TilE CHAMHEU OF.

bark Ronnie
Meet And --
Grlggs: 12; Brown, 12, and! Fountain Marine of Savan- Savannah gained Ute finals In the finals.It COMMERCEMONTH
Dale Johns, 10. I nah, Georgia, won the fourth I by downing Garden 8-7, Tltus- was a full weekend of
Flanker-Benjle Moxley, 11; Annual Starke Invitational ville 10-8, Sanford 22-4, and Softball with 22 fumes played
Your Next U. S. Senator Bill Adams, 12. and Keith Pa- Slow-Pitch Tliirnamcnt by Gulden In the final, 131. from Friday night, May 31, till t
tray, 11, and all three can also downing: the Gaiden Restaurant -) Garden, after (beating University Sunday, June 2. A total of
play split end just as well. of Starke 13-1, in the City Florist of Gainesville 4,000 spectators watched the
Both Brown and Griggs are championship game Sunday, 12-1, lost to Savannah 8- three day affair.
I also very capable of playing. June 2.S.ivannnh. 7, then beat Leesbuig 0-4) St Team trophies were given ATJeickson
1 EDGURNEYLUNCHEON split end or flanker at any I won It the' easy Augustine 11-2 Perry 8-4 Valley Savannah. Garden, : Restaurant,
time. way by going undefeated In ( "Merchants of Phenix City, and Sanford, third place. In-
Some boys wIl specialize! I four games while. Garden had! Ala/ 7-6, Sanford 7-5, and 'then dltidual trophies >were given to Building Supply -.
such as: Donnie Jackson 12. to play eight.t.bllrk. lost to Fountain. Marino 13-1 I the team members of the
at defensive end; Buddy Tra- humpion-t) and runner-up.
wick, 12. at defensive safety< ; (OF) HTARKE; FLA. INC.
Stephens, 11, at middle couches I arc counting): heavily turned a true bill on Mrs
: guard Hugh and defensive safety; Tom Marks, growing tall and! on him. Thomas May 14 at the open
Ray Lowry, 12, and Charles lanky, has been moved to defensive Coach Hurtc concluded his ing of the Spring Term of | Behind Big Dad
sate- end from tackle. asHOHsmr-nt with the summary! Circuit Court. 'j
AT THEHOLIDAY Williams 12, at defensive
Mike Norman, the blooming that the 1968 squad has "the She still Is being held tai
ty. signal: caller, will sec action at potential to be state champion: the Bradford County Jail un-i Call Us .4 964-6078 Today for Lowest Prices on All
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Changes defensive, end .Instead of safe but only INN ing tho spring. which they ty. work extra and make the Types of NEW Building Materials
'68 The continuance probably
the squadare
think will help
Gene Melvin\( an offensive necessary sacrifices ai did l the
means the trial will be postponed -
: buck, will play aercnslve safe 1965 and 1966( tea mi.! They i
Willie Cohens was moved ty. must .build a pride' of their I until after November. HCluiar 1 And Treated Pine Cedar Fir !Moulding: PlywoodHoofing -
In other action a state
from where offensive he has guard shown to sup-fullback Scotty Smith, has been _+Wlt.1 own." prison inmate, James Donald ( Hardware Electrical: !Makes Us Your Building Supply
SATURDAY, JUNE 15TH He che l from defensive Smith, was sentenced to three
erb running ability. defensive end, to further waived Headquarters And Save Money.
for He a
Thomas TrialIs years escape.
12:30: P. M. 2:00: P. M. till Ronnie play middle Griggs guard.has been strengthen that important Jury trial and the case was

shifted from split end to running spot.Chris Continued heard by Judge Patten.
: Chandler will buck: up
tack to take advantageof George Miller, charged! with! i
Cohens at the middle guard
some of the moves he exhibited (Continued Prom Page One I IMichthat
TICKETS(: : as a runner after hecaught spot.Keith
last seawon. Pntrny and RcntlrMoxley ScruKHS wanted marc
passes are being tl'nlnl'IllIl tlofenplve -
AVAILAIM!: FROM I ANY OF' 'HIE Allan Crawford has been lime .1
defensive tackle I safety. Summonses had been Issued
switched from
to end to strengthen that posi- Tex", Patrick In expected to for 104 Jurymen for the trial or _.
GURNEY COMMITTEE be much like Andy Mnyton WHit Mrs. Thomas 30-year-old .. ... _
tion.Tim Murphy ,Is being groomed 'last season -- to know everyposition mother of two, pled not guilty ;.; :';:: :: .';,M' ..
'I OK AT THE LUNCHEON' <1 for the safety spot. on the line. It appears and not guilty by reason of
that Patrick will
Bill Adams has been moved now self defense when arraigned Ir
(PRICE $2.00 I 1 from quarterback to flanker I prlmarylly defensive used all tackle linUSrackerand The May 14. I
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: Children's /in well as ]locally ,:'gf:1.: .Vftl that l .as. Koon;: traveled south In his 1 I'III)4'I II iiii\rt: : :I blil for a pcrlo.il of ((30)ilav )) I UnlvurHlty or TunnuHHeo' ,'"urt. %I Iidl., |il trk-t uf Flor. Soutliurly, ulonir wild. c'tmterllnii. I U21E.
$3.1,000 In A. <1l"I1'rul 1 I Contractors. : l'l- after the :date act r't."r upefilnjr Knoxvllln, T..nn..p.. Ida. Jackionvllle Dlvlxlnn of State Roild No. S 231, 8SH.75 ,, Name In which a.HeHi-d C. H.
federal: fLind4t< were .1950 Y/ a.-reduced* rate ol on rmiuiHt' und rwcli't. of f Oil.n' l lIJlllH 'thereof. You Are Hereby Notified. that L'nlted StntcH Ainerlt-u, I'luln feet to. the I'U of a curve In Rent"
;Group Elects spent on conservMloptr.t.\ U tfo( 4 per rtllt ;KIHHH: :I lax, uVuiiHlt : Tim Contractor will he required nn action for divorce hue. bee tiff. VH. JanivH P I'lin-lHli, anIrell Hald highway : thence continueHimilirly All of null property beIng In
in Bradford County und4J r the! if (Jtuial I Conti' ''ai'lor: two to complete\ paid.. project filed aitalniit you and you arreriulred ,.. H. P"ro'l..h. ., hIs wife Ufiliiliinln. I I almitf, the Hald centerline In the ('ountv of Biadfurd, ,
"New Officers 1967.J'. "! 1_.... :J .., .. <2) mttt of plunn\. iidI Npvrlflcntlontt ; within tho time net forth In bIN. to wrve .a ropy.. or your 'ourt No. 07-7 l-l.'lvll curve or State Koad No. S State of Florida.
:: ASCS In I I.. will I I..* warded.' If written d.f..nneH, If any to I It J. NOTIC'K, 01-' HAL.IO. Niillre I Ihpr 18 2:11: 48 .80) feet to the PT of Unlem. Hiich certIfIcate 01'certltlcHt.
The next meeting of the commlttee )plmiH% II Ii.' 'Hiit, >clfiratlHtiH.. .tire ,r..- ulilTho .aucceBHful bidder. If any on ICuirene F. Hhaw Altorne l>y given thin pursuant. to a said. curve : thence) continue .. .shall hp redeemed
: Frank Williams! was elected :MtTlfKNotlpc l n rut ,d I In urood.... cnndltlnn. wltlilnflM will be notified. within five (16)) for Plaintiff whowi addremi. I I.!. Klnnl IJerr' of "r"'lo.II'e, South uloim said centerline. of niM-ortllnK:: : t(( law the Property.ies'rihe.i :
'" president l of the Bradforc will t>e held on the flrht IA heii'by) iflvcn thitt l ((5)) diivH, after rni'dpt ot days after the ht.H5 rUI'Hlluy( In 3eptemibcr. M..h,1..| | hlilH, ( will I ho rftftflved l yiht liiilH.. Ill I .. full)) deiMiHll' will I" ,..- Hoard. or Public Instruction. ,. Florida and file the original\ I uliuvu entltlotl Court In the uhovp feet : thence. Kant 40' feet to the will l he Holil to the
2 County Children's Committee Llouid of Public, I I JiiHtruutlnn, fundiMl 'of rirauTord Viuiity. .Florlilu. with the Clerk of the, ....hoveHlyl.,1 Hiyinl' iiiuHf( thi,. unilprHlftnvdUnited /Kant right of way line of mild '''''-if>Ht ",irMfr, nt the court houim
at the group's final met'tln; uf 'rirailCoKl. Cuunly, Kloililit, "' lit 1). :,Miili-i'ontruclorH I .. t etc.: For 'rrni-rvtrir. the right lii reject soy Court on or before July Slalcx Mamhal ..r tiny State Koad. Nn M 211 and theI.lnt door on.r'he.IUI/I' Monday: in
t Ihl/) ofl !lu's uf 1hr Siiperlntviiilvnt1'iiJ I and. nil I.liln., and waive r, IflliS) of his uiitlmrlxpd, I ilfputlenwill I of beglnnlnK thence Month, ( 1H68, which la
oo, bcfnie, Ole summer held Man Injured jlaiiH. ,unil,, .1"1|" ifli .ul I IUHH. tu mil>- to soy ; otherwlne .a judirmen) duly : continue .
reoeis Ho IrtHI
ruction of ,
.I 1 i lirailfni'il lb.mt day of July, mas.
liiformalltleH. Hull the Hltuate In Kant right
.-onll,I I df"('I ir. vi'Mdol.' PII"I '.. I tin). depitall may ho entered atcnlniit you for property at angle to
: at noon Monday. VW SmashedA ;::: I'ounly.Flohlu.!: :I I'' ,o. lft o'bt.ti: .. wi ll I I lie $011110) )() )liiilH) 4 pel,' The Itnurit. of Public IIIMI, ru'tloflHatto.'d the relief ,demanded, In Ihe Complaint Uriulforil C'uiint> Florida dpMorlhfd the mud J centerllne of Kmte Oari'il thin 2'l: day of Stay
Oilier! officers nominate* $mlui', up| ID .), I'l ....111! Hillt'? ta\. I If I tile. hlHIlH.. IlltdjieclflcHiloiiH ) County, KlO'ildaThonum .. or petition.Wltnemi : HM: I..ot) i-Ie vnn (7)), oHl'iclt Ituad No. S 231, 101)) feet thence.South ms.SICAIv.
S III ((11ST) i.ii,.I tin-. day nf .1 luii' 27. .. I lire returned) III L. Casey. Jr., t4uperlntendpat my hand and the neal. ) ThruCO(: ) tO)IJTtl (lAThHEPL.AT. : 71} feet: thence Went IOU) ( ) .
and elected at this time I'tiK fur" I tinc'i ii'iriintloit) nf: Clmrlcn( Pnrhy,
: wenVice .
feet thence
58-year-old :.Jacfconine K.I( foiul.itntihltliln, ). five (5)) of nald Court on June 4. |jGH. ncooi-dlnir to plot : North along the
: President, Mildren H.tch; : IMIIIJW, T\\o Rriulfnrd Union, ., )aVH for ,leiflpt)' nf lildH.' the S/6 3t fl-20 (.! MI.) thereof reoonled, In Plat Bool wild) EiiHt rIght of way line of Clerk of Olruult Court of, Brad-
man Roscoe Delmar""Koon, \, rcji Vul."u..III.T..I"1. I, PI-H nflinil) ) Mill: 1 I;h:e $1(1.1111;(:, ,phlH,, I tax <' ::1. page 1 1. public record of] State, Road ;No. S2t 1. 75 feel In ford County Florida
m cock; and secretary PrantCnrew. "l., Slurlt' ( h'lorlda ,, ,. :XUTICI1/ OF HAI.MMalice An RrkA'orH Said, rirndrord Cnunlv, Flnrltln, a t (tip point or licRlnnlnw" fl/d 4t I-!!
was hospitalized here Saturday ... 1e|>liHlt$ ('I hi'i'I It : III which, I linnliiilH Hlnill liHtitfd ,,Il, ..hlp to.. the 'Architect. IM hereby : iflvcn that Bv lieu lull M. :Moody' public', outcry to tie, hltchi-Ht and nnt to the Final Decree. of Fore- ,
: after his Volkswagen and mill rend ulutul I Any ... ,. to.. PluiU! Judgment .. for inn betweenhe .
: :! .. : r' | i"t !sheetH. : S..parntefur piirnunnt a A. Deputy clerk lient bidder i ''Hllr. entered In a cane pend
A steering committee composed : iN r.'n IV d| n ft r I llm anvrlflvdUMH I
of Poreclonure, entered In caune liriurH .. oMock the
i semi-tractor and trailer shellh drawliiKx .or. 'piiKeKnf '' 6/0 4t 8.27 > of I ll'O'i: a. m ing in said Court, style of
: of the new .iprealdent Mr. and, (In I, will l I I not l he con- xpevlfliiitlotiH, ,, "mav lie pur- Numbered 804, In the Circuit and 20: o'clock! I'. m on July hh'h IH: Want more mileage?
.. William\ with T. L and sillied Saturday, Junejl, two .ildutCl.31UJIII i chiiH >,d I from" Hie, Architect IIB Court of Bradford County Florida In The II I, IIIOK( at the front door of :MilSTATR HOMES: IXC. O
Casey (rlrral
'nlles south of -Lawteyon: US upeulflontlonH unil 'on.rii't ''"I I ow N (no.. "refund, ) I will sell. the property Court of TheKlKhlh the Bradford Ci.unty Court- Florida corporation Plaintiff
Mrs. (M. A. Payne was appointed documi'nm, nun v !hI' oxum'ni "" Mltuated In Bradford County, Jmll.-liil 4'lrrnlt 0'I"Iiirl.Ia hiiiiHi. : Starke VI irlda. Dated: VB Tliomim, I). Nettlen and Iiiiq1aFeye .
1 to plan projects for the -301. ,',il In the< nffli'p 'of. Dim< ItInra.ru Orawlnifn.: $1 I.IIU. )) 'tier( Hheet, pliiHI Florida, deiicrlhed. an In And For Bradford. :May 14. IDOX. John K. Mafculro. NcttlpH. hi. wife, and I thedocket
new Koon was released this week \ Architect. 2201' Klnfm-' I ,per rent. luxSperlflcatlollH l.otn One, Twb sven and (mat? Hr.. United Htal'-N Marfihal. .' nillnbpr", of uhich IH SH2VltneHH
-. year starting: next fall. I )10.10' Avenuu. or inns Park. Klor- :., )) : $ 1 III. )per 1 Rue lIP. Klwht In Block Twenty-four "'sin. o. Middle' DistrIct of Florida.. JohnW. \ my hand' and' the of-
: Harry Fuqua, fleldman with "rom the Bradford. ,County 1 1,111 and an follows: plitH 4..,per cent: Inx.N..I. ,mol North-half n-f Block 25, In Darken Van C.Ann Mc'Crnry, Plaintiff. VB. Caven.. AssiStant I'nltec' ] tI-lot' | of ..n'd' ) "ourt, tlilH .11 I ilny
of MpI'rRrypt..nl./ .. .
Hospital. the Town of Ijiwtcy West MiateK' Attorney Attorney for .tny: / 1IKI1MIS
1. F.V. Hoiliri
. ,the Agricultural Stabilization rori>nrHtoit) All _rttiieHtM fur. plant," nnd ) ant.
.. | Scaboui'd Air LIne Jlallrnad l lalntirr. / I L)
.. and Conservation The accident happened at I lHx')< .I;nvlll\:, fj.II.rhlllplon: ipeclflcailunii.) HiMiarate. .Hheitta r" tl.tlilln *>nlu 'n"_ hllrhunt' VOTIcn': OP SUIT 6/A 41 6-27 Charles A. Darby
: was t. KooinalncBvllli' '" I
r driiulnKH. or M of Hporlflcatlonn :;;;'I' ;:; ; ; ;: ; TO: Darken Ann McCrary .
V5S! ( PIIKI best hldder for ciinh, at Iheentrance I 1"i'k> C'I"! i I' I Court '
: : guP&t speaker and outlined the : a. m.. according to FlIP : Klorldit NI.",..II I I be ,inude, throughthe of tho County Courthouse ArldreBu, ITnknown \OTK-H OI'I> K4'IOS 1'HK fly Beulii'i. '1. :MoodyIxputv ,
a (work of the .A.SOS nationally Trooper Carson Turlington, Hiiytonn S. Daytona flench! Iti-m-h"Klorldal.A Plan Room I office of Die A rh ltet. In Htarkrt, Florida .lie11 You are hereby notified that ",\I..: ll\ fl.KIIK' Of ( IKflllCO I cei| k I
\ AMI: NPKCIPIVATIO'VI Each hid Hha.ll' ) be accompitnfed ,) ..,"..,I ii.' :fin\ u. m., and 2:00: ) p. m."n) action for divorce linn been I ll'l' loi.liH. ii" I I.i Porte, Whlttham
S S by a .caHhlur'a. check or hid on June 24, 1068 'n,1 ntrulnHt' you and you: an Notice In .herelw. !given that (l'in"i.'P. Attorneyn for I
-- loon, ,II In the amount of 6 percent Charles. A. Darby required/ to serve a cony of he undornlxn''d C'hnrlen Darby :1lulni! ;Jr. R. Kennedy Blvd.rnnii Chevron Gasolines keep
: : of the hid. pnvahla to the vour written defeniveB.. ir any
Clerk Circuit 'ouurt Clerk of the CMrcult Court of ,>,a. Florida' ,
-- r- Hoard .of. Public. I flat rtet, Ion .of. Beulah' '' M. Moody, to It on orE' 1rnftllfr Shaw, Attorney Bradford Coon ty. Florida. wll'! Itchsf t/9 engine parts clean. Boost
.. ISrHilfi.nl. I'I.Il fl ty. 'Florida, us 'SRA1<> : who.<- nd- >n the.. 1 14th clay of June, 100> fuel mileage.
.. .. 7JL evidence I ) .of. fcdnd faith, I I and) Lex, (Oreen .Ire.s\ 148 Went Till "trnetStirke it 11:00 A. M. at the front .I,,()' .iil.'ie 1: Of Ai|...li,<"itl....n .."... THee ..
oo.. 1 r 1l 'I' ''rftnlp' ''nll' Hint the ucceHHfulbidder .rO.. Box 12/16(l lStnrke !'! Florida and file the or- >f tho O""rthniiHe of BraclforcCnnnly I) .(. will execute nnd) furnlHh Plorkln. 320J11 '"Innl with the Clerk or thenhovefttyled Florida. In the City of 1I1 .tll. V. N.
oo. '>. M.i-d 1 ..r Public, InHtructlnn Attorney for Plaintiff' ) Court on or .before Starke, Florida offer for ale Notice In Hereby 'IIv..n. that OIL
.. I ot nrudford County Klorliln) |I' 11 ",6 lulv 10. URN:olherwl..e. a lud-- tnd sell at public outcrv to the 'fr. Ruivene: Blood worth the
. I IE -I ''iiii'd, bv the Surety Company .." ment mav be entered avnlnBtvou ilKhet" and bent. bidder for oliler of the follow'Inn certlfl- Call Your Standard
. 1 ll(',I'nMed (in. do hiiHlneHM I IiI ?. In The Circuit. ,,urI Of TheIllKblli for; the: relief demanded In cn..h, the following/ de.erlhed .ute haM filed salt) ,certificate. : Oil
oo. I ridi ,.md. II MI.d) iiv the I'nlto'' : .ludlelnl Circuit Ofl'litrliln th.; Co-mnlalnt. or Petition.WltneBB 'hp oroperty. Kltuati- Bradford for a tax tleerl tr b.. lAnuedhereon I MAN IN STARKEK.
hand Ben1of
' ,, mv qnd "lt! I
'' \ .rtm' nt a" Pountv. Florida to-\\ The certificate numbers
. llrnrtforilCfiunf
.. : In 'nll For Bnld (Court, on lime 4th. 1908 ] G. DUNCAN
. .. ac I'ptable, for 11)0) pci "cent ofh Part of the Northeast6eetiofl .4 and yearn of iKHUiin, the e''lecrlption .
. ( oniriK. i price.. within ten I'.... "'i/O. (Chnrlo, A. 'DiihvA 10. Township. 7 South., "of the nri..erty .arid, 964-5132
i dnvp ,iftei, lielnv, nwarded. Plnlntlff?, Clark IV Said Court Range 20 Eam. Bradford CnuntvPlrrlrta. 'the\ nnmea.' In which It wag as-
..oo. lth( Intro t Said. .. bond. ) Kuarnteelnir JamilXOTICR:vfVK :\f.Knlhnneh.Kalhiineh DefendHiith "- Bv. Heulah Vf MocMlyAn cleBcTlbpil, n.. follows PH..I l are as f..llowN.Cortlfl. .. I
I I 1 h.. )performance pavnient Deputy Clerk Commence at the InterHectloiif at.. No A Year. of Is- I
. E .,f 4iild. ","",..1. liall, )I he puldhj Hnt. : OP SIT!? ((1/6 4t 8-27 the centerline ,.f "f". Ito ,II1Il('(' 1(1(15IeMCriltiOfl('( I Standard Oil Company(main.'!Ky.)
. 'ih''< i' III'i .i< i-ir'- No. 18 with the cental-line of [ of property NKHI I
TO TiiniH M. Kalbuneh
. : District' State linad No H cit Ihenc' of NK"4: Her 31, T-S-S r
l""t'J''P STATES I
. : --w I Kr: htdd'M< mrt' withdraw lil) -> flflfln'c$041 .
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! .4 Steno Notebooks Order Books,I I IT'S MOVING ----I

... .. It you find your name among the Classified' Ads, i etc. Bradford County Telerrapn. -

oo.; Move your insurance C
. .
oooooo. come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO M. -
; business to "The Man
I NEW: MOBILE HOMES Chlrkanha --
.. .. ntiLJ) : )I'ASSKS!' to Florida Theatre or 501 Drive. I 20' X 21' w'cle.'! CudclyCleaiaon from Keystone"

. .. I Layton travel tnill-
. Theatre Passes In.HASTINGS. E. LaRue
-- ers, Liberty Taylor, Azalea. I George

. I Buy, nell, trade. Year bank financing INSURANCE AGENCY
oo free set and de
--- up
. "l 1 MATTRESS\ FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Re- livery. BUCKEYE TRAILER: Auto Fire Homeowner

a. ? : & UPHOLSTERY WORKS frigeration Service. Home and MART. INC.? 61H2 Blandmg,

. ,' 110 Lemon St. PUatlui. Commercial. Phone 473-3000 Jax. 7718776. tfchg LIFE & ACCIDENT
. Furniture Repaired P. O. Box 19, Keystone. tfchg :: Keystone Heights 473-4692:

. 'Upholstered & Refinished : USED VACUUM cleaners reconditioned '
- __ _MATTRESSES REBUILT $13: up. 10( different REAL ESTATE
tifully engraved la gold or No. C70-E-Z $140 per mo. In-
. name brands to chooae: trom.
New Innerspringa silver. (1.25 for box of 25: Including come I $850 down buys these BUY- SELLTRADE
T .. and Box Parts & excellent repairs aMI lULL rOWELl
. Springs
envelopes. Bradford 2 furnished rentals Close; to
. ,. U A Call makes. KIRBY iJALHS' ASP
Drop Curd or
Real Estate
County tf high school and town center.
* -... FALATKA EA 5-B166 '. VTCE 712 N. Main Gaines. !
oil NO. 741SCENIC RETREAT 10 acres close In. High and dryn
____________________ MRS. PEGGY 8HAIXEB84tt I vale 3767110. tfchf
INSURANCEAT on sand botton lake and park )> paved road.

"I E. Adklns St. REDUCED nATESAUTO. with 2 bfdroom bungalow on 1! bedroom 2 bath house exellent -
Starllf8. Agent" easy
huge shaded lot. Cool summer : rteigitborhood.acres .
own a Longchanvp Home? Convenient shop1 1 14 unimproved. Priced
; .." :, ,, I Better built for Florida liv
COMER'S LAKEVIBW Beach ping. Would you\ believe $5-, I o: sell.
_, ., ;;; \ ; : .. and Cottages at Earleton. Cottages I II'JSVRANCE) AGENCY: ing. Your plans or ours 600? DesIre lot ? $1- I 35 acres Improved. Paved
'< ,-., ,I tfchgPUMPS Jiust u ,
I __ __ :,, .' ,.,H."i.i."f, S. reserved week or monthParking' Your lot or CUES. Contact Bu 200. 1 oad and railroad frontage.
._ ._ ..._ ;. .. ford Mitchell phone 96468S3 -
._ .... $1.00 Swim
: per car. or

.&. 2-.:.:.: O' '". .., ". ,: ;. .:;;':;::i';; f :" Waldo.picnic free. Phone IZtchff 468-1129 6-27, I I P. O. Box 238. :Starke: ttClli: 2117 STROU N. Temple r REALTY Ave. Phones 404 W.: Off.Madison 964-11484 St.

a "
:. .% : Starke Fla.
: WANTED: (LOT on Crosbyor I I ((904)) 964-6600 ANTED USED gas cook

ALLfiyEWDuraPreme '; 'L.SuppliesCLASSIFlEn ). Sampson Lake. Must be Deep & Shallow Wells JIMMY MOORE'S tove or electric refrigerators
I eds. dinette sets
reasonable and on terms. Write SUN SPORTS ,
.".: P.O Box Water Softeners & FiltersExpert ARE YOU planning an. extra ie t9. sofas and chairs. Phone
: 3484 Jacksonville
: &+&3RS&3P 4@ 'TOIL-B: SE or.ACRYLIC( LATEX ': 9" '.. l .. 'ft''.17.. .. ". Fla. 4tchg 6-13 Service On MOORE BOAT FOR room to your home garage. 64-7923. Dahmers. .tchgOR

: ,i 4tfs I "c AD Makes\ [ TOUR MONEY I remodel or make repairs? If

,e "ONECOAT5HOUSE I Starke Ph. 0(51-5791( I I '' SALE
: : ,:- MODERN Mountain Cottagefor Phone 96,47061DURRANCE so, call Buford Mitchell, Long- OR TRADE-with

:: ; PAINT! ., ''''. d. L. .. .'.. u .. .. "" rent 340 week, completely SERVICE champ Construction for Free C own payment. Land 789 front
; ;'('1: tS: : ND'; furnished. Weeks available In SPECIAL Estimate. Phone 9646853. 1 o otage on Highway 230. 1:

: r' rr I ;. CONTAINS DURACIDEMIRACLE 1 June, July August and. r-
: i l [ : : tember. R. E. Edmondson, 1964 )Mercury a.9I1P. 'I h. 964-J211 or 964-6128.
; ; ..
:' % t t'p' MILDEWCIDE: >, ..1NONTpiClO -. ECIALIZING In sales of I'
a ; \ ). Star Route, Box 32. Black Real Esfats I 1967 John on 9 12 liP. Used Mowers PUlth or Ride tfchg
', &' :i ,, s. Mountain N.C. 28711. Phone and In appraisalsfor 1966 Sears 7V2HP. Used I
\\'e Trade \Ve
: rAi ,. .. if OR. :RENT' ; estates, corporate and Individual n..palrFIRESTONE
: QVERrtoO I ((704)) 6696861. Stumpknorkpr.
: -- $ > : ; ".' :" '; ... owners. 30 years experience SWEET CORN
,.4 GUARANTEED ''STOP MILDEW 3tche- 6-6 in Florida land mat- Free Ph'k t'p Service

: :' ers. A. J. Thomas Realtor SEVERAL GOOD USED In City
NtI1E DINNER COOK WANTED Starhe Fla. tfchg ing Machines for sale Add'I'I rhone 96-t-7iS9: 9 A.M. To 6 P.M.
Apply In Longhorn
I person tries; subtraction, credit tf
-, Up to 15 words. 1.25 ,
? Restaurant. 301 South 2t FOR RENT 3 room and ance. Bradford County Tele- 31artinK Friday, May 31
U (Minimum charge)
GUARANTEEpfcjyt"lcrDu' 'R9. char 6-6 bath furnished cottage. Phone graph. tf 35c Per DozenAt

; QQ Eiwh word over 13 __ .07 : 064-5337. tfchg USED FURNII'UILE'
NO. GREAT LAKE Mobile Home3 --
\ '-_. ___- -. DATa L 1 -, 3<5 Extra charge If not I bedrooms bath, like new. FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE beds, electric-guitars and, baby amplifiers AND APPLIANCES J. R. WainwrightFarm

'- "> # ., paid In advance ____ .35 Phone 473-4178. All Florida UPHOLSTERING -
"''n'cEx.erldr' Hou ready for occupancy. 3 bedroom refrigerators by day.i

:I SUrfaCCS Wh'h Pl t ,,;.wilen II Mobile Homes. 4tehg 6-20 1J4 bath. Seated.. Just I week or month. Phone 964- !
I '< hu\'e' treal Pa FENNELL'S
Solutir-r- of n dirh outside -of city- limits In 7923. Dahmers. '
New 1\lemorllllll. Resolutions tfchg
: Formula '
Dura fide 1 MilJcw DISHWASHER WANTED: 2 2: Ml. E. Starke on State
and Easy monthly
in manner prescribed on the i i'crsC' side of thi warcr 1 tents per word good pay. Apply] In person. terms. Longohamp Const Co. FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 2 WI 1\Ii. So. 301 Starke Road 16
Js guar'lI1leC' Il IlU Longhorn Restaurant No ,
guaranteed bath
to he f free frnm I Contact Bufoi-d Mitchell concrete block home in -
mildew rdi
by.sulfldc/ fumo ; r u eJ phone calls. 2tch: ? <66, ., Saratoga Heights. Phone 964- -.
..1 period of tWQicmlr"nf'qife THANKS pone 064-6853. P. O. Box FOR RENT-3 bed-
chase or full purclu : : f'r- NEARLY NEW-dresses 50o. 238 Starke. U.., .. 7369 or 964-5859: : after :5 I p. m.tfchg. om furnished house on
pricc for ,
Paint t and I the J New' Formula DUrn.p'ji_-1'' iterior. J.rouIC! : :;; 50 words or lens --_ 3.00 Big selection] of useful Items Prompt Service KSE 1 ingsley Lake Year round.
: MEN _
: Dur ; WANTED Laundry
t refunded. C".Kf! r W\V h "''lllbe. Each word over 50 __ .07 lOc each. Johnson's Store In WILL DO IRONING in my lee!It Mrs. Rosenberg. at Rc>sen-
.,. ,_;..W'.Jlx. ... .. I workers. Kitchen aids labor-
;; .. :. .,' Waldo. ;'rg's Store. 6-9
c. ,: A.'f-.1,:: Itp home. Kingsley Lake area. Ph. For Repairs 2tchg
ers, cottage parents, watchman -
: MARY CARTER IN TOWN cooks and clerks. Five :533-2984. lip LJ MICE MORTAGE
S : lNT' CO i I FARM FOR SALE $4.000 LAnGE OR SMALL Company

-. Lakeside Home down. 20 acres, 7 room house day week eight hour day. WAITRESSES' WANTED he w several' ] houses In Starke

: : Stprc Address -. _;. _.:?-!!.......:. ..::.:_' ," .. good water on hard road. State retirement vacations must be over 21. Apply at id surrounding area for sale.]
: :;;
'.:. : J I 2 Story 6 Rooms Bessie & Wesley Crews. Rt. sick leave. If interested please Tuck's Drive Inn. 2tchg 6-13 o qualifying $too down low

f $9,150S. 2 Box 68, Starke. 3tp) 613| apply In person Personnel] :onthly payments. Call Jack-
GUARANTEfl MMr Manager. Sunland Train- FOR RENT-furnished aJr-con- PLUMBING CO. nvllle collect 383-0161. Billatheny.

.......: E. McKay Realtor NT3W ELECTRIC' Stove noth- Ing Center, Galne vil1e. Fla. dltloned apartment. RextnerApts. M: 4tchg 6-21

: ing down. ,take up payments of 4tchf 61.6 .. 633 McMahon. Ph. 961- Ph. 964.5039 -
; <: I '" I Keystone Heights $10 month. ]Mrs. C. W. Graham, 6279. tfchg I Out Of Town

!; PNowi 4734816WANTED Plnebrpeze. Ph. 964-6471. lip FACTORY ''EXPERIENCED hree bed room: frame dwell-
: OtE.FF i ( ;' Seamstresses needed. Start at FOR RENT-1 bedroom furnished ril g, modern conveniences
Retirement or Small Family $l.6Oliour plus rate. Atlr- 1 l
piece cottage. Large room! WANTED Experienced car C ean and nice 2',4 miles out.

;; ; ]'FOR A LIMIThD Frame dwelling J\lcey! finished conditioned working area. with 'private driveway and ]p enter.pa1ntfor! remadel cottage. 'aved Road, lot 80 x 200 ft..

TIME ONLY two bedrooms, i fenced yard Health and retirement insur front porch. Renner Apts., 633 ]Phone ::133-2381. Rt. 1 Box 361 11 irden. land. Price 600000.
: =.. I paved .tre t. A real bargain ,
ance. Ring Manufacturing Co. McMahon. Ph. 964-6279 Uchg Also hIgh school boy Mow '1 erms. A. J. Thomas Realtor.

"'" CASH PAID at $6.000.f10. 302 N. W. 6th St. Phone 372- ]LaWns: weekly. 1tchTVPEWRITF.RS 'I el] 964-6701.

T 2 oz. bottle of DURA I A. .J. Tliomim, Realtor.Tel. 3378, Gainesville! Fla. 2tchc SWEET CORN and Butter- .
: :. Mildew Wash and Good Clean Cotton Rags 964- 101 6-13 beans for flaJe. John Crews : Manual IIr nElectrll. fPEWRTTER RENTALS:

: = :I gallon of DURA PRKME exterior house paint. No Khakis, Wool or I lake $30 up dally, on Food Rt. 1. Box 28, Luwtey Phone I .'. For sale or rent Da U, week. or month.-Bradrd -

: "WANTED: EXPERIENCED I. 782-3822. lip Bradford County Telell'J'1&pb. for County Telegraph Phone
:, Scraps.HKINO : Route. !Man\ woman/ part or jlmiHlji "ntiv hantrkenna. .. fiat 00'r 4-6SOB. tf

1 TO full time. Write iMel\ Heath, -profia;;;; tlylng;; "minimum; .

: Reg. $ Box 276(1( Memphis! Tenn. nn wpm. no errors and take COOLS IN SUMMER! r O R RENT-Unfurnished' 3

: .. .. $996 NOW $896 Bradford County i 38106. Itp shorthand! at 80 wpm. Application bee mlFEDDERS : room hoiue, 2 baths. Ilea '2
: I' BUY OF THE YEAR 1 acre must Indicate previous' Starke. Avallle -
Telegraph'FOR > June 15.: Call 378-4406.
.. all grass, shell drives. Residence experience and employment.Send bla,
resume to CUBB. Drawer :Unegvllle 2tchf( 6-13
with store or shop! bids;
SALK' Rock & brick 970. Starke, THIS IS AN EQUAL ANTED
: AVAILAT3LE One commercialsize patio car-port / --- Service Station
; :; ONLY AT MARY CARTER PAINT STORES electric Ice crusher.: Also garage storage shed &: lean-to OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. At ttendent, highest starting

12 JV aluminum fishing, boat In typical' suburban no restric- 2tchg 6-13 AIR CONDITIONERS "al I lary. miMt apply in person

: perfect condition. Phone 782- tions. 7 rm. hoiue completely FRFTSH SWEET: Corn for snle JuPC i mmy Moore's Gulf Station.

MARY 3690 Smith Shell Station furnished. Extras too' numerous Itchg
CARTER PAl NTS Call 864-7839. L. M. NormanJr. ELECTRIC INC.
: 2tchg :5-30 to mention. Must see It. Itchg WINKLER
)R SALE In -
: .. Cash to small mortgage. 3 minute -By owner. orr

: CROSBY LAKE from Starke !Downtown. .APARTMENTS: for Rent fur- I e to settle eOla! te. 2 duplex

: : 102 E. Urounlec Phone 961-7023 Two half acre Iota on East side Refinancing possible for needed rrished. Utilities furnished. Call 234 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-7596 ap artment buildings with fur-

: of Lake for sale. A J. Thomas. I'a-h. Write to> "S", Draper A. 964-6852.: tfchg things included. Located a-

.. -- -- Realtor, Tel. 964-5701.( Starke. Itp rot ss from BHS. Large corner

. ; ; .. FOR RENT-at reasonable AkikUkAAaA&AAa t: well landscaped. Each unit

. II : CUCU\rB :RS. SWEET! corn. FOR RENT-'''Large, unfurnished rent furnished and iinfurn'f'h' ah r-condHloned and mod'erniroughout.

. Potatoes and other freyh veg- houie. 6.4 N. Cherry St. ert noartmerits. Good location.' HEATS IN THE WINTER! 100 per cent oc-

_- ___ etni'ilM' Call Lovtl Brynn 964- FOR information call 9646937. W. H. Nollman :810 N. 'Cherry u pancy. Easy f'nancin' / If de-

',, 6880 on Morgan Road. 2tp 6-13 J I.. tfchg I .. tfchg .- sir(red. Louise Renner. 633 Mc- ,
M(ahon. Hi. 964-6279. tfchffr

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: 1968 BUS Graduates

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Honor Students :


Class Roster .L4r




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'' ,i 111 t Glenda Jean Adams Shirley Ann Clark
t f Rrene Myrtle Adkins Clifford Lamar Clemons
Patricia Dianne Adkinson Charles Wadsworth ,Coleman
J James Franklin Allen Thomas Edward Coleman
Linda Lynette Allen Barbara Ann Coleman
i Gregory Allen Alvarez t I Linda Kay Colson t, r
, William Gadson Barrett Diana Estelle :Cox /
Geri Linda CrawfordLeo i. 1
Louis Jackson Bennett e rS
I Ronald Joseph Birt ';. Darold Crawford A Y{ i irn
Marilyn Kay Bollinger Michael James Crawford *
Harald Bowen Linda'' Sue Crews '
Charles William Breeden Roger Martin Crosby _
Gary Wayne Brewer Linda Carol Cross
IZit Frankie Mae Cruce H
Wanda Lou Britt
'* pr. Brenda Yvonne Brown Thomas Joseph Crum ',f,,
t+, i / Catherine Dianne Brown Daniel Wayne Daugherty 'I- ,
'. .... Frances Elane Brown Joyce Louise Denmark 1 A '1i 4 1

r I,.. .,.v ,. .. 't". George Franklin Browning Martha Ellen Dennis 1'
Elaine Derkman '
., ." Glenda Mae Bryan Sheryl
1' Robert Linn Dodd i jw
Loyd James Bryan 7 h
J' Rita Eileen Ellington *
Harold Chandler
,, .' Peter Dennis Fancher -
James Roy Chasteen! III rLi
: Deborah Gale Clark Mary Susan Fogg ,
Paul Allen McLeodValedictorian Beverly Lynn McRaeSalutatorian
Patricia Diane Adkinson Harald Bowen r

it i r it "y L{ A jg, I i fej I Seniors 7968

4 __ Kathy Marie Frees :, Kathryn Elizabeth Moore "
Hezekiah Philip Gainey I Patricia Ann Morgan / .
1 1q4 Mary Catherine Gaskins I James Friedman Mott f'
Gloria Gay Gibson J. Bonnie Elaine Murray /
Lloyd William Gilpin ( Ruth Anne Nelson "
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A t, Richard Plen Gnann
.. 4 0 Lee Newham /
.u f; Donna Diana Greene Michael Wayne Newsome '
4 I Bernice Griffis f Janet Louise Nichols
Collier Edward Griffis Charles Kenneth Norman
____ Daniel Carl Griffis Clyde Matthew Packham

@ .t a. James Caudill Griffis ,(Billy) Janice Marklee Padgett
44 rte' f Rita Sue Grover Bobby Jo Parrish f
Tasco Wayne Gunter Linda Hope Paterson /" + b
Kenneth Eaton Hagar > Karen Patz f'' x.
y t s" John Gary Hamilton C""j* David Henry Penoyer
James Donald Harris Emory Middleton Prevatt
Eloise Hines Laural Gail Prevatt
Patricia Lynn Hitchcock .* '* Alice Mae Proctor \?
Mary Jean Hodges Janet Louise Rakes (;i.J
Beverly Hollingsworth... Sandra Gene Register 1.
James Thomas Horton'Jr.Kathleen Elisa Rekila "
Anne Howard Lillian Palma Richarde *
Donald Raymond Huff Bonnie Louise Rosier
Christopher Bruce Jackson Linda Kay Rowe
L David Eugene Jackson Roger: / Wayne Rowe f
Michael Dale Jackson f Gail Sandell ..
_--_ Leonard Garfield Johns Catherine Johnson I Betty Jo Sapp *
Shtryl Elaine Derkman Rita Eileen Ellington Betty Jo Sapp Brenda Florine Jones Charles James Schaefer Patricia Lynn Hitchcock

Gwendolyn Carlene Jones William Bennett Scoggins --, :, -- u
Randolph Lee Jones < Robert Thomas Scott r ,
Terry Elaine Jones James Owen Sellers '"
Margaret Jean Kelly ITI Mary Alice Sellers ..
Willard Dale Kelley Joanne Slade
Wayne Laverne Kersey James Colin Small '
i JJ Wesley B. King ;i I Jacqueline Carol Smith .
: Ronald Lee Kirkland Michael Monroe Smith
; Lester James Kite, Jr. :Stephen;; Foster Smith '
Jerry Ronald Knight Linda Joan Starling/ ..i'1.
Roy Edward Knight Franca Linda Strickland
William Frederick Lamprecht Lynda Lee Strickland
Deborah Ann Lavender Sharon Alice Tatum *

Charles Edward Leach Carolyn Jean Taylor f di qIWI

g # ,, r r Joann Leach Susan! Marie Taylor ,

.,- 't&-& : Wanda Ernestine Lynette Lester Lewis* Ada Mattio Mae Mae Thomas Terry r I r yl ;,

John Libby >|Ir, Elizabeth Ann Thomaa h i
w b Edward Wilson Loper Leslie Stephen Thomas

Linda Michele Lyons } Raymond Glen Thomas:
Fly k1i .,"r... Frances Rose McKinneyPaul :Sharon;; Judy Thornton b11
'.' Allen McLeod Stephen Lamar Wade *
."..'J: .f Beverly Lynn McRae Danny Wayne Waller

.. .. ...... \. Cheryl Lynn McRae John Delmas Warren
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r .f."t. Sheila Yvonne Magyari! Wilbur Leon Waters
: '" t., (" Brenda Lynn Manning Lois Eileen Wheeler : ;'
'1': 'f' David Larry Martin .' Shirley Whitaker
,' ..;r 4 ::.Q : John Andrew Mayton 11' ,}Jerry Lonno Whitehead
J : Carolyn Marie Meng Richard Lawrence
.. i.. : tj' Williams
... ;" '{ "';" <,:.:', Rita Marie Meng I Delia) Katherine Wilson
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fc Larry Donn Mercer Theron Alexander Yawn, IK
John Gary Hamilton Ernestine: Lester Stephen Foster Smith Retha Alice Miller Tommy Harold Wynn Carolyn Marie Men

Honor Student 1 High Honor Student

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Class Prophecy

Adams. Glenda We find I-awtey, but still finds time to
Olenda chief cook and bottle- manage a small ,farm in ,. a t
washer ,for the Waldorf Astoria Starke
eating egg plant and Allen. Linda- We see that
r t sauerkraut While humming Linda did survive the excite-
...; "Dancing out of my Heart.". ment of being engaged. get-
0''i \ Adklns Rrene-Rrene has remained ting a ring, and the ceremonyand ..i'
,:1 faithful to Miss Ros Is now 'hapPily marriedto .i'd
". ..., : enberg and --has recently been the stranger in the ''blue ) '
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'f' ,< honored with the position of car. c
chief Secretary and apprenticeto Alvarez. Greg--Greg Is now
"J.. '.. ., I Miss Rosenberg the Gui- an accomplished pianist In the
,-... ," ., i dance Office. growing Metropolis of Lulu.
;'IJ': : '. '. .;, Williams Richard We now As president of the state chapter
.........; ':.r....J. .", ...... find Mr. and Mrs. Richard of FFA Greg is fightingfor y >t-i
'''; Williams spending a quiet a merger of FHA & FPA.
'f.'f' < < .j. evening at home enjoying TV Barrett WilliamWe find
dinners. Mrs. Williams spends William a suave, sophisticatedplay
t moat of her time sewing and boy of state Farm. He Is
; ,,. I knitting for her rapidly multi now backing out of the Demo- s
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;q I s,_ :' -. ::.it" -' plying famlly while Richard cratic nomination for President
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.: ..........,. '"' !,.: coaches basketball and Instructs due to the .fact that he
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'{ 'T. a body building courseon remains loyal to 'his Inmatesat
II''J,; ',. ., ft,1 the side. the Florida State Prison.
\ ;." Allen. James -After many Any letters may be sent to r
years of diligent years of FFA Lonesome 77203. -
training. James is finally persuaded Bennett JackieJackie has
Rita Marie Meng Lillian Palma Richards Stephen Lamar Wade by Hutch to purchase [Continued On Next Page] Sharon Alice Tatum

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most of her time visiting Cary Mayton. Andy- Andy May- I manufactures blue shaded con- Lake. with all her little majorettes for Mrs. Filbert's as a .butter. ,
I ; Class Prophecy in the hospital ton has just signed a 'big' con- tact lenses Crumb Thomas ThomasIs I following close behind I You taster Paul have you decidedon
Jones, OWen- Miss Rosen tract with the Altanta Falconsas Lester, Ernlstlne Ernlstine' ( now head DJ at Ernies. say ,they're all yours. New York New Orleans
berg has finally realized that a wittle wet water boy. now teaches Humanities at Daughtery Dan -Dan just Frees. Kathy-Kathy Frees, Finland, or Brooker? 1
a' ::':'Ull'om[ Preceding Page] covering from a slight. accident : Gwen's ;first name !is not Carline Mercer, Larry Achieving BIT .Brooker Institute of bought out Dahmer's, now 1t'SI I the oil tycoon of the South, Morgan Patricia Patri-
'beR7 1 appointed{ + ) Chief Beverage,| !where he nearly drowned his 'goal Larry has become Technology. Dlckerwlth Daughtery has recently opened her fifth cia still cherishes the picturesof
sijpr&ht of me State of Florida while taking a life saving Kelley Wlllard! -Wayne and Athletic Director at BHS A Lavender, Debbie The Denmark Joyce Joyce season on Broadway In the her wedding in ,the Civil
j: .dyer in need of his services, course. Willard are now electronic experts Plaque on his wall states 'It's Lovely Debbie Lavender Is married Jim and grew two hit musical "KJttycat" Defense Building.
yDy'can f 'J'( always find him by Huff Don- Don Huff has at NASA. the principle of the thing." now starring with Elvis Pres- feet. Meng. CarolynCarolyn Is Padgett Roger Roger Is
faffing 1} the wind to hear him recently purchased Tucks Register, Sandra Sandra HitUiotk. Patsy After ley in a movie entitled BOYS Dennis Martha Martha still renting paddle boats out now drummer for the Turtles!, :
.:.wTVUtllng... "Wlldwood Flower." Drive In and has turned It Register is now giving twirling four years of trying out for BOYS BOYS! Is still waiting on Russ. at Goldhead! Branch. while not teaching! at MIT. II I 1.
Birt, Ronald- Ronnie now Into a thriving enterprise.: lessons at BHS and teaches cheerleading Patsy Hitchcockhas Sellers Alice -Alice Sellers Dodd Bobby: Bobby Quail- McLeod. Paul -now woik's I
stars In (his! own Television Elaine, Murry -Elaine Mur-I girls how to become Home been elected at FSU now issues phony health cards man Dodd is still trying to
.,iJSries;; Blrt's Law. I lay is still hanging! coming Queen without using McRae, Beverly is now married to propletors of various Ham- place in the mlle
v.j.Newhairi; ?'Willlajn Co.-star- BUS making sine the Graduation i I bubblegum. to Robert Holden Smith. burger joints. Sapp Betty Jo Betty Jo Last 'Will! And TestamentI o v Q
J; '4t the Ace Detective andiiitg'Jt Class of that year Is totally -I Yawn, Theron We now She is also director of Hal- Starling Joan- Joan Star-) just divorced:! her 17th husband ?
,, hand -man William unorganized. j I I see Therun Yawn ,president of .mark cards art department. ling now occupies her. time), collects her alimonyin
Yewham.i Jackson Bruce We see the United States. Could ,be Her greatest accomplishmenthas sear 111g for a new recipe for/ pennies Paul McLeod being of "Becky" Newham. I leave one
Bolllnger, Marilyn Next films |toil| Bruce gracefully and I i/ some connection between that been an oil painting wIth- Mrs. Gibson's Eggs Goldenrod Strickland. Linda F.- Linda weak mind and anemic body "How to Speak English" .book 1
i'iiia; stumble upon the beautl- skillfully playing basketball In: and the US being in a World out the Haney touch. Sanders, Peggy Peggy' finally content with the leave BHS. I To my favorite teacher, V. O.
'IM. ? Marilyn Bolllnger. the slow motion!loops I Sorry War. deflation Stock Market Nelson Ruth-Is now' the Sanders a new millionairess. last name of Alday because To Robbie Smith I leave !the Lovett, I leave all the new'
latest covet girl for Mad MogvagAe folks, that's not slow motion Crash, Economic Depression, director of cyramics at the Just built a new Voc Tech she.is-not confused with the baseball team and my lockerin majorettes. I hope they get
| she also stars in com- Jackson David Jan and and a lack of high officials Staake Rec. Dept She is guarding School In Lulu. Her goal Is to other Lynda anymore. the 'tfleldhouse since I no treated as great as we did.
'ijWrclals; lor, the Fuller Brush Dan otherwise know as Boo because they have ,been turned the gate at Camp Bland- better students much as Smith Steve-We now see longer need It. And to the person [for nut
Jtfompany.rLBowen. and Who star in a television in for cheating on the Civil ing In her spare time. our's helped the class] of '68. Stephen even happelr with his To Mrs Weaver I leave a who has the lead part In the
,"Harald We now show Rakes Jan -Known as Service Test? Oale Prevail. Della Wilson Thomas. Raymond Raymond hobby.catching a new kind ol trap In which I spent most of next play I leave good ole I
'Dnd} Harald a once noted figure Him and Her.Jackson ; Wilson Della Della Wilson finally decided on a mate Thomas Is now suing fish-Mermaids.Reklla my time. Mr. Jockel [and all of his,
of high society, going into Mike-We see most .formerly of the THREE Wade Steve has writen Mr. Herrlngton for spilling Ellsa-Ellsa is now To Mr. Jockel I leave Wild- moods]!
4bankruptey.; His ex-wife walk- talented Mike Jackson as fifth CHEERS Is now delivering his !first book How to gain electronic solution on his new head translator for the Fin' cat in hopes he never has a 1 Rita Meng. oelng of bewildered -
;jng out on him leaving himier violinist at .?fr. Lovett's singing telegrams by PONY Success and Remain Modest( FFA" jacket. nish Delegation to the UN ;! mind leave you Jun- We share your
pride and Joy a 1957 church. EXPRESS for Western Union He Is now bald. Tatum Sharon- Sharon la while not tending Finland; I flop.To Mr. Herrington I leave iors my memories of Miss
vBenz hardtop coupe I Johns Gary- We see Gary ,Her most popular song Is Thomas Leslie -is now still flirting, even In college, only Orange Grove. one Cathrode Ray oscilloscope: Temples. I leave Mrs. Weaver pride on this
j"Breeden., :: Charles Charles I Johns' has finally cut his hair Marlboro Country. raising a family of "Wildcats" with her professor Mr. Temples Rosier ,Bonnie Bonnie la To .Mr, Payne I leave Rota Governor Kirk. I leave Mr..
;!It.4> ,now ace linebacker for the II Johnson, KatherineKath- Scoggins William -WilliamIs Knight Roy- Roy Knight Is in order .to pass English now a go-go dancer for Mouse a computerized teacher's aid Temple a schedule allowing great day. e
.(jl teen Bay Packers erine Johnson and .James now taking voice lessons now President of the No-Doz Lit. the Boys and Brass. Does; II I to unravel his gigo and keep I Pete and I to have lunch together -
Brewer:; Oary-We now find l Small and Margaret Kelley from Steve Wade. company Waller, Danny Danny Bonnie want a Mouse or an his cycles straight.I as well as allowing all
e bary. Senior Class President:\ are co-owners of< Soil Soap Inc. Penoyer David Wanda and McKinney Frances Rose Waller is now chief Petty Of- Andy. Kathy Frees being of I seniors to eat together.I. .
of Bradford High School, after', Jones Brenda Brenda lat :I David now reside with his McKinney Is now secretary to ficer at the Naval Air Station Richards Lillian Here sound mind and body. I think Kay Colson, being of little
j-37: years of trying to realize:. t now Miss Temples' assistance parents. President Theron. PX and runs a computerized comes Lillian and Jlmmle little leave to Fran Casey my posi-I mind after attending schoolfor
I his life-long desire. II after making an Aon Her Brown. Brenda Glenda Leach, Joanne Joanne Is dating analysis center. Lillian and little Jimmy, tion as Solo Twirler and I twelve years do hereby) Starke Builder.
I I Horton Jimmy Jimmy 1 1J;i Thought Paper which she so, Bryan and Frankie Crews & now Girl's athletic Instructorat .Mott. James [alias pottsiel little Lillian and little Jlmmle, hope she will have as much depart from BHS, To Mary
t presently In the hospital re. easily wrote She still spends i Retha Miller are now In com- BHS a hop skip and still lives In Brooker making' [you know how It is] fun as I did. To my brother Jane Dees I leave one can of
I Miss America for her house. old stogies from the home Packham, Matthew Mat' ; I Supplies
petition for the jump I leave BHS in hopes that he air freshener and one bottle I
i John Inventor, stuff.Norman thew bought the IBM corporation I did. To
Title. Libby grown will study more than [Continued d On Next Page. ]
!I Brown Dianne Brenda, John Libby, has finally Inven- Charles Charles and moved the head
w Elane and Diane otherwise ted a collapsable paper ,towel Norman Is 'now the biggest quarters to Theressa. I I
i I known as the "Brownies", are dispenser, and fomula for 80 Strawberry producer in the Paterson, Linda Linda TODAYSclass
the latest sensation in England proof water. world. Paterson now owns Churchill
I promoting their latest Kirkland Ronny Ronny Newsome, Mike-'Mike New-', fl""ms. and has found that 1\\ GRADS fllI '1ttJnl
I 'hit, "I was a Teenaged Temples is now executive Vice Presi- some now manufactures ele- Pizza is most nourishing for: lJfdJR..9,
." dent of Western Auto Inc vated shoes so ,he can date her rftiownM" horses.IJ .
Browning, George Since Loper, Edward: This year those tall girL Kite. Prevatt, Emory -I 1".1 :" AI nt1G' a..
Fll/fttoeth, Thomas married Edward Is walking the mile In Nichols, Janet-Janet Nich- Emory and LJ, Mayor and Po
... William Barret, divorced the Olympics. ols, alias Janet Smith often lice Chief of Sampson' City I
him, married George Browning -I Knight Ronnie Ronnie visits Recreation Department' *.>.... now declared war or
she is now stuck with the Knight is now the Innovatorof dances poses as a policewoman Brooker. I
name of Elizabeth:. Barrett electrical technology at Pad-tt, Janice Janice
Browning. BHS. He replaced the retiring ParrUh Bobby JoBobbY and Sheryl a pair of enterprising -
t 1 Lambrecht, BUI- Bill Lam- Hank Greene. Jo now runs her own airline young artists, have
brecht now runs a note taking Richard Williams Larry and helicopter rentals in ''ust opened another art mu
service for English Literature. Mercer Paul McLeod Johnny Brooker I seum In honor of the inimit i
c ( He recently sold his old notesto Warren, and Randy Jones Jones, Randy- Randy Jon I able style of Mrs. Haney.
the seniors of 1988. formerly known as the DB's es alias Candy Jones is still Pats Karen Here come;
Leach, Charles Dr. Char- are now ,presiding In SINO- wearing a cap after 20 yearsto Karen marching down 301'
0 les Leach now has a thriving SINO keep from catching the I I
business. Lyons Linda Linda now''I sniffles.
King Wesley Wesley has CLASS Of '68 [
2 2IJ
Invented a new car washing
li + device to save (him some work of
'. Manning, Brenda Brenda
yi. jake su: Manning la now cheering her '
WE SHARE \ favorite team on to victory at M VI

of Hastings University. .
I' IIllNlfllr 1 J I I' I
I fur Schaefer Charles Char THE WORLD NEEDS
You bave reached a plateau: ox s YOUR 'I les Schaefer Is now workingin THE ENERGY AND I

achievement and prepared yourself I i Future: Andy Daytona Oranatilli.in the pits for JOIR EDUCATED VITALITY YOUTH.OF I'

Strickland. Lynda Now
with, an attitude of success. r : PRIDE runs Strickland's Landing COMMUNITY I
J .. ",.- -- with the help of her loving v WILL BE WATCHING Graduation is a mark of achievement
B est of luck! r I
and preparation for greater things.
.. e.wfr Jones Terry Terry Jones I i,
I now runs Jones Chevrolet Inc.I
Slade, Joanne Joanne
.- ... -. w I Slade Is now driving the I I II
I school bus from her old routeJ. STARKE CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH
Roy Chasteen even
) though J. Roy Is balding, hasa U. S. 301 NORTH
; fr pot gut and plays golf, he I
101 E. Call Street !'! HF CLEANER
still Is doing something he \
.. really enjOYS .
Bryan. Lloyd the Strawberry Co-op of
ai Florida. 1 1I
Chandler, Harold Is now .'
captain of a new Professional 1
Basketball team Chandler I II I!
Trotters Th9 team consists of m ''I

I And wish youcontinuing ihas Clark 3 brothers DebbieAfter and one sister gain-, Best WishesIt's I I \ f : I.,,'

1 SIT YOU SIGHTS Ing 50 pounds Debby decided your world, now, [I
OH A OOAbl GRADSTHIMSHOWIHIWOIIO- to go on a diet-Seventy two Go out and make Leader ro roII II
success. pounds is a little over-weight' IIf
l your dreams come f
HOW IT'S DONI.STUCKEY'S. Clark. Shirley Shirley la I ,
still making paper flowers for L true. I : ,
garden club {-
'- Mrs.
meeting. I "JTETHARDY"AUTO 1 El-
demons Lamar Lamar I
o I Clemons just threw the discus SALES I I
.. SUWANNEE 575 feet for a new high school
I record.' 1320 N. Temple Ave

STORE : U. S. 301 NORTHIT'S Coleman, Charles Char
Aroti I les is still trying to pass Miss
IIi I Temples English class. _
.- Coleman Edward Ed- BEST
1 ward is a taste tester for

American Tobacco Company. _____
Coleman Barbara Barbara -
!. Is still telling Miss Temples a_
i ,THE' I she doesn't have her -- _
: book report. ,
i BIG Colson Kay -KaY and Wilbur I
are now married, and :
eat fried worms boiled:!
i they
,.. DAY worms baked worms, and bar-
S I,
And for
becued worms.
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t!: -,:".,' '.. they sometimes have chocolate __ 1
C covered worms. Kay serves her J
guests her special recipe .
i worms a la mode. 1.-It-
'1-- Cox, Dianne: Dianne Just What for
: tomorrow
broke the world's record for ,
i I ; the 2 minute mile-In 5 sec 68 grads?
onds would you believe 10? In
j You
r the go forth intoa
her spare time she coaches
New York Meta, now the world that needs

I II III World Crawford.Series Linda Champs.- Linda dedicated citizens,

ip1 Crawford: now runs a bicycle you've
; renting. service from BHS to The community prepared well-

Vo Tech School. Is proud of your we're equally sure
of Daroldla
Crawford Darold achievement and //I you'll
now president of the bag- serve well.li -
i boy union at Wlnn Dixie and certain thateuccess li and be !
has just initiated. the practice will
I B8I U O -- of giving green stamps for crown your \

of w .-I vi b-. .- tips. Larry Martin this of FoodFall' future efforts. \reWarde:: .
objects to practice. .
I Best of I May graduation mark. the_beginning! Crews Linda Linda i ,. 1968
Crews Is the new Guidance
: ..---:: and fulfillment.
ol an era of promise Counselor at BHS.
I' LucksFLORIDA .. I Crosby, Roddy Roddy has
I i now completely taken over all
...r So Long Andy Mayton And Roddey Crosby-We'll of Miss Temple's English GOODMAN'SService
miss You A Lot.BADCOCK. classes.
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THURSDAY.!' JUNE 8. 1908 BltAD..oBD' ootranrr' .. TKUCOBAPII. RTARKV. nonn A 4rdlen: Two -Page Th.I ____.._-_

I Last Will And Testament To Polly Wade and Cindy do leave.Bradford High' Schoolto ,,1OW14 mind and body to here- Bill Adams I leave the Presi! I sons in the, art of self defense, Saturday nights. and not getting .. done. To Alan Pats I leave my
Strickland I leave my hopes whom may want It. I'' also by leave all next years Sr... ceny of the Goats the' Golf I To Mr. Payne, I leave three caught; To John Lee I ability to. be a fabulous. quar-
that they can make grades leave Miss Templea'to the jlrU-Mrs.: Grantham. and the team and a pack of cigars for overhead projector bulbs To will leave all the El Producto ter-mller and the ability to be
that will permit them to try- junior Class, and wish tbem VOEf Classes at the Vo-Tech Mrs. Weaver I
[tProm the back of the Baseball bus. :, leave one pencil Queens In Gainesville; To the only person that has ever
of Preceding\ Page someday he will become an- out for cheerleader In ,the fu lots of luck. I have a mepgage School. I leave Roy [Bud] Jackson a a sheet of paper, and a Carol Gainey I leave "The'' been lapped on the Quarter-
stinking furniture polish In other Rembrandt. To Bobby ture. To Ronnie Orlggs I leavea to all ,boys of BIAS There ate .I.,,ICaUiy. Howard, do leaveto picture of a drlver'e license I very slightly< used math bookin Place" In Gainesville and mile. To Scottie Smith X leave
hopes High Otfice ahe can clean keep and the spot-Sr. Barksdale be I leave 2 golf 'ballsto copy of Hints from Hedy Jo plenty girls tri this,school, andI :Peggy Crawford{ and Rhonda and some wax: for his surf hopes that she will alwaysbe hope she can kidnap the right the title of Pratt Street Ruier.

:less. To the Captain of the another' used when he makes In hopes that it will ease his :leave/ all of .the g 1.p I abut Carlton:.my books In hopes board. To Danny Jackson I prepared boy; To Jon Wayne Walker I With his "ability" as a great
Varsity cheerleaders leave a do-it-yourself putt troubled mind. To Ootsle. one. namely Linda 'KaY they'll use them better than I. leave one large bag 'of pretzels I, Matthew Packham belny( leave Mr. Karow and all hU hurdler in track here's 'hope I
.package of cotton to be placedIn putt leave course. To J. S. WatersI Sheryl and Susan, I leave 301 Wright, I must ask. you .to 2. Lloyd! Ollpln being of to. eat with ..his milk on Friday of sound mini: and body to many moods. that he will beat his toughest
her ears when all ,the fuss-I I having the ghastly thought of Drive-Inn and Its speakers. To leave her for me.. highly intelligent mind andmaastvely nights I leave Greg Nich- leave BUS in hopes of qualifying I I, Catherine Johnson be- competitor Butch GrlggiT* .to
me for a sisterinlawone Robbie Smith I leave one jar ; built body do leaveto ols jail cell No. 23 and key for entrance to a of
tog and fighting starts. To all i day. Last but not least I To .Mr. HUtchins I leave toy a place queath to my successors of State Champion. To Mr Lovett -
of slightly used Stlllman'a Dale.Clemons my nickname to :-his back door. I leave higher learning namely the this he
the cheerleaders I leave good leave BHS set of keys to he'Ag Building.I grade the right to dig I leave knowing that
I gladly.I. Freckle cream ,that didn't "Bear": in \hopes he can be a Tommy Chastain the Chas- University of Theressa tirelessly ',
times and happy memories. also leave diaries Smith to and unceasingly in must be the only man In t the
To Tex Patrick I leave Mrs. coroded mind Wilson fat being of work ,for met II! Mr. Greene and 'wish txim'a bigger one,than I..I leave.my teen klan so: tie can celebrate I, Stephen Smith, being of the Musty Pages of Miss Tem world that can knock his tooth
Haney's art class in hopes leave and body I. Charles Coleman, being lot of luck. To Mr. Sprow my 'cod'Iooks* to Keith "Thomas.. every night. And to Robby sound mind and body do ple's English. Literature Book out while playing',tennis with
I. Bradford High Gladly.!, of sound mind and judgment. corner at the end of'B build- My dhaim to. Buddy Brough- Smith I leave my title of"squeaky" hereby leave to each of the that you might be able to pass his own racket. .
1 ing and give him. the Tight to ton My Strain to Harvey: OrlfflsI he hopes he will boys of BUS the hope that her exams.I I, Wanda Britt, of sound

II I i run' all others off. ,,*, ; .,Also'.leave. my kind ,understanding oil the springs) next time. God will find for him a girl Dianne Brown leave to mind and body leave my past

I I. Frances McKinney.. bei 1n8 : ways to Mr. I, Sharon Tatum, being of that has respect for hers and my sister, Sharon all the long to Bradford High and my .ful-.,
II of sound body, and mind do :Baetaman.,.I !leave Hutch my sound mind and body do leave her future husband. To the walks down to VOE class and ture to David Penoyer.
1 hereby leave BUS. To any alia- I sister'shair. curlers so he can the future math students of girls of BUS I leave the belief back each day; and to the rest I, Edward Loper do hereby
S I \ 1H I 1/ I dent. the privilege to .befriends always, : keep his !hair wavey. BHS one great teacher. And I that a pure girl will be con- of the Juniors I leave Brad leave to Bill Belote my placeIn
., !.J.;, Shlrtey'Clark.. Bas might add tent with marriage Boys seek
with Mr. Temple .and, : lord High School. In the Gainesville sun; and to
I I Mrs. Batesanan. To any: student teethe $; enlor'' Class of '69 In "Mrs. Weaver Is the teacher this kind of girl for wives. that they will be just as hopes everyone else at BUS the

II I .who smokes. I', ,leave A .hope.,theism have as. much She's quite a sarcastic little But to all of BHS I leave youa I am to have had the proudas ambition of one day going. .
opportunity -
I little bit of advice! Don't fun '4n. their Senior' year as I creature warning and a promise; to be a member of to Theresa Tech.
". smoke In bathrooms. but.''Wa1t hid In mine-(: With. nice 'blond hair & big "Seek ye first the kingdom of her Senior Class.I I Dan Orlffls being of some
f IN''r until you get over to' the Vo I.. Qary Hamilton being of blue eyes God and,: all these things shall kind of mind and body be-
Tech School, 'because .they .unsound mind and body. doleave .You 11 find she's an expert on be given you." Michael D. Jackson of queath the following: to Jim
A. have a smoking area over to r,the Juniors of BHS. .,the ,law of.sines I, Donald. Raymond Huff weak mind and body hereby Shuford and Bill Adams my
,,, -11111., being of sound leave BHS to the rats in hope
y M there.I Miss Temple When It comes to logs, she's and the best typing eraser so they won't
Sheryl Derkmarv being .of t Debby Lavender being of a whiz of bodies, do leave to Bruce they will use it wisely. To have to borrow one. To Steve
1- sound mind and body" ,,do little mind and large" body And you'd better be preparedfor Sunderland the secret of how Robbie Barksdale I leave my Thomas one lunch card good
leave BHS and Voc Tech to go to Willy's on Friday andWe're position as Drum Major with
hereby leave. To anyone who a dialy quiz. for the whole year, but only]
Is smart enough I leave my Schools to anyone who 'wants All In all. she's really great hope certainty that he [Continued On Next Page]
will do better I
than have
job In the office. With. hopes them. To the faculty I wish And as far as teaching, She's I ._.
P Yt.. 1III Tht- they don't get as hopelessly to 'Bay. Execedrtn ,Headache first rate. .
,- No; 1 Is leaving;
confused as I did giving out I, Wayne Laverne Kersey
III '=:> '. absentee lists and learning to X. Theron' Yawn being of being,, of broken body and
I ... 1 work ,those machines. To'Paul chaotic state of mind and mentally ill mind do leave .
ICI Wishes Faulkner and Billy Myrtck;. t decrepit body to hereby deed this school with Joy. I leaveto

W // leave'my copy of theIVapetOfthe ; Hie 'following. articles titles, my, brother Dwight a dead
Dolls.. Read' the /whole) and privileges: To Ronnie snake three frogs a pack ofrubber
book:, boys! To' all;the tmde- Orlgev' I leave a vacant seat bands and a year's
l n serving' Senior of '89. I' leave in Mrs. Haney's room. To supply of paper wads. To MIke
Miss Temples. I hope you can Claudette Peterson I leave one and Eric Kersey I leave/ my .
make !better grades ,than .I unusual palf of brown tennis old locker in C building anda o ;' '.
Grads of the year' tJL" <<3' did. To a.nyone'who will have shoes To Richard! Lee. I leave bottle of VO. To the Dirty pt'9.y
next'' ;' ,;I one used ,tube of white paint. Half Dozen I leave
1968plan Y.,;p'gQ) Latin of Art year. ,"' a year's ";
your Congratulations I TojMelodle Cuttlno, I leave. subscription of salute = con =
i, 1968 leave them Mrs Haney.. Playboy. To We you
future wisely. GRADSWe're hope "you enjoy her classes as fifty-two pennIes To any students the Seniors of 69 I leave my '
Go eZilI grade to, betting much .as. I did. -To Jimmy : ,'unlucky enough to get, ability to leave the school 'IFIy IjlJI' this most
"" I on you to make big pack.'of X leave one typewriter number), grounds and get
l Crosby I leave one caught by a KIlIlnllq
I. ::1' I greater Jieights. I Latin 4.4; 'the only typewriter at 4i
footsteps In the future paper along 'wlth'lIDY old county sheriff's deputy, a city
BUS to. be fixed every day and: happy day.
life of the I translations. 'Andmost'qfall. ,. policeman and Coach Hurse at
._- community. I just leave! ,atm -not work. To'Bryce Tytus the same time and still not
PINEHURSTGROCERY I X, ,David Penoyer.:of. sound .and dreg. Oax., I : leave. the get In time. To anyone 'who
O'Neal's Shell \ mind'and body. do leave 'mysterious: secrets of the light will have them I leave the
Theron A. Yawn Bradford Hta: with a'slgi'of? control bound In the ,auditor- BHS faculty, they're a great ill' :L:
I Weaver X leave WIn hopes that they ,may of people I I ;
relief.- To Mrs. group l1thlNiwTO
Service I learn to use it,without blowing! !! I: '__ dpi''' pil'tji'' r
COUNTY JUDGE a Me size doll of' Oov..Klrk: X, Jacky Bennett, being of b
MERRILL: DEES "j d \ Toby N'NealijLL complete, with .ptnea.; Also' a ',the ,master' switch to bits Tp sound mind and bode hnn1. -I Nltttit
SCotty; .Smith. I leave
..,; wet sponge to clean net chalkboarda ", ? fully leave BHS.To Miss Temples PAY I ,
'us d"li.i' table ani 'a. worn
To Mr. !' I leave three easy les-

leave the record like the. entitled'-HowJmony.Ileave{ To one my used brother note- t }i u, j ji
to speak proud of the
r ', ers;" I wish to thank, alf....'of Mok/,.>brokenpairof;> eon t
food d luckl my teachers who helped me.Well ..-t I glassesvfmdjui'' .,< empty cast I records you've set-

1 at least you tried., I w,; )box.' To' any enterprising Jun-
flj\\ ( lor'I'leavet\ the Presidency of BEST WISHES.
I, .Carolyn Meng.' being o : ; '
"' ll'jiil'ili'Gil'll:, ''
the Senior: Class; 'in hopes! l
68 short mind and body; leave }}III IN ;! !, ,
BHS'.to my eight'brothera and i that-be> ot she:may enjoy the
sisters who have yet to 'graduate ., headaches'as much as I did.

from here,..4n s.t.hat' To Mr. Herrtrwton' I'leave .ft
o c e'r by the time they do.. It will. at 'word of advice,, "Donvt blow LIBBY SALES \ y

least, be. more worthy;f>fIt, Us.. 'YOur coulomb" As President of
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name-Bradford High School 1, I the.Class' bf ;t968. '! leave': AND" SERVICE I -

a:9 donate my ten ,volure /f;Ilt-', the Senior Class of 1989 MistTemple TASTEE-FREEZ, DRIVE-IN
t ( v eratw'e notes and .tests'to the. : And to.,Miss Temples !',

: using needy them BHS, Jlbrary.could' '. donate'!Anyone' I Tot Ilea Reggl9'Plynn;the Seniors: I leave oR'.I969'the. "The Libby Family" 1_ U. S. 301 NORTH

few cents toward building." a ability to call: a student-coun-j
brick wall: around the cao pus'' 'ell) meeting''at' .minmtes no :

qxt I leave this poem,ta'the me! J1i', tics and Jeb, away with It. To f I l lr
t a ory of the many .long CLOU Jimmy Crosby,,I leave'my\ 2
In Miss Tempi, tah'ClQhs'} ; I beat:J'I, wllug..books, "power ,
O World! -O XJflst n'':Outline1';,sj pollt s" arid I'PublicSpeaking

The steps to Mlas ..Temples'room -self taught"TO; Adams ne&3
no more' t leave, the title "Quarter., \P

shaH 'I climb) 1 1. f I .t{,' 1'> | horse".To: 'Patty I RO8ierP.
Trembling front test I;/ avetaken leave the\ .vacant. position of \
before; .' '-Blg.Brothe ;' And to all of,

When '*hal) It I again :;pass the upcoming: graduates ofBradford
through'that' door?. High: School. I leave, .1\ '' '
? J a schoolthat was' ,twelve of 1'fejfl4r
No .more-On. nevermore I.'< t ,
Jimmy Horton. being' of the most enjoyable years, of .
I, ,
111-' nut lifer I
overdeveloped mind.and 4 .
ted body cancel the' debt 'of I, J. Roy'' Chasteen being-of
'Thomas .tired;:mind.and squeaky body, : I It'
A world of Best Wishes toall five dollars.. Steve To all 1968graduates
.. has owed me for ,the past.ytiart fb)ally: ? and ,gladly;leave this
.our 1968 graduates.HURST ./ WE SHARE YOUR JOY" To .Mike Mitchell I leave my'' 'big dent [in' 301 to the- State our _
ON THIS MOMENTOUS knowledge of French and Jhope': Road .Dept. itr.hapes they will ,

he can pin.much .from itt 1'0'O j, HO*"'It.with asphalt. It leave very best wishes. .
SHELL SERVICECARL DAY.STARKE Miss Jeffens I leave inyeJc. V' ,, Mr..Stewart one broken water
holism speech In hopes <,'oh*.,fauceVa.pair! 'of 10 x 10 earmuffs

HURST may. read It carefully. To Kay: 7,cud ',a >Mickey Mouse '
MOTOR PARTS Smith I leave the memories, of jaewrahlp! tests ''ro ; ,
U. S. 301 AND S.R.. 100 many good times while playing : ,Mason X-l..ve' :ne hJng.: heave} Florida StateTelephone f

FRANK JARVIS cards. ,.! .. Billy' Belote the Vlc Preslden. ,
I. Joyce Denmark being:-01 07)of'1nteagt.one'> dollar to< Co.Good .

sound mind and.'body leaveto boy,IDJI1e' as with. and all my I|
.1 Sheila McConnet Mrs.' Haney a.elli of, theweek medals. To- \
hopes that she'll get along _
Qraduationime. Make with her aa well as 'I haw, oJ.

I sujo the Sink.past Evelyn 2 years.Sinclair.To Donna.Cindy :: r'" Luck !I a \ \w:

your da Pa tray Seogglna., Ginger Sandra Baldwin$ ::Martha).,'.XJAr lit ", ,,.........., \ t

and Karen. I leave the title : '.'p 4r' I 1 __

I I, Lunch Gang: X leave the pia-' "...'Ii' 1'') ) i2 "-

I Fut re jorettes many memories. trot: ...... "", r....
football games, parades. i and ''' ,; .... ,
camp. S y-xt ..!;.l
PS I, .' .' .*
sound mild and bodY.del.here. ,
by leave Miss Tem Iea..toFral,1),' '1 _
and Roger,>$in ihqpM.tiiat her
l attempt at '"m1n4don't >endJUir
I affect them .a...it did

j this years seniors.\ 1 also,1etw __
Fran 48 pairs of scissors';:To ( IInu \\ It's a proud day.
anyone who glves.the best'I kid, ,..
leave Spot-jAnd now leave itIk class of '68we join
in search of a jobfc, % :/; .,;;
I, Elaine ''Murray' ; ; beinr( .'.ori i IIUIIW family and friends

delapldated.and decrepit,mind : in
after +being;subjected -to BUS I saluting yourachleveIDent.i

for the p63t'4'yean dcrttereby
leave to. Jimmy -JO aria Mike 4 I
the art class and Mr.. .SuIU. j'M rt' i
van. To Sheila'-Taylor and ,.; -
"1'' -
Sheryl Ward I.leave .the!'An-s: % {:.. :(

nual Staff In hopes that; )).tbey: '''
SET use their powers and privgete !.0."......"q".II "j', t' '
L. YOU SIGHTSON ,'. ., ''''
es to. fullest Quson '
A significant dtif.j.Step out now and A COAl, 61 e5AOS. Autry I leave my' 'pleasant \ 1f";
THEN SHOW THE WOULD voice and 1ierlOtlalltsri"h: .8'' ..I ia "Aria" l. I
make your mark upon the h' ,
I community HOW IT'S DONS that she will benefit more, { o\al"
and the world.COMMUNITY.. 4 than I. Last but' not" least.. .r; :\!! ,ntJH'o.'d: of, w"at'', you've done-

leave to- DJY_'big) little brother/, .t.' uy.hat i a'bright future* awaits :
Wayne, my room at.home'rtgtlibrary fli. .. ;Y you.'EDWARD'S
bottle collection,
spare keys to the,darkroom GROCERY & MARKET ..... -,,...

OF STARKE GENE; LONGTAX and all the peace and' 'quiet! ; ,,;- :K< U.S.. 301 SOUTH STARKE, FLORIDAIt I
of home life effective July 10,1 .
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11 ASSESSOR xi :
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IMS %, 4r I
.Starke, Florida .l. f. tv Jack, And Gladys Edwards<:
X Olenda Adamv beIn8'iot.. :.::. a j

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+ Two Pare Four mutnvnitn COUNTY nci.icnn.AOTi. NTARKIR. II'LORmlf TtrtTIMnAY.!' JUNE g. lRll!

Lynda Gay I leave all the my last two years.I I Donna Patray, All of the i hopes that she has sense did. To any brave and daring
I Last Will And Testament I good times we've had and Brenda Manning, beingof Headaches and joys of Head I enough to run any contest. To young girl I leave the abilityto
hope there are many more in sound mind leave to my Majorette and Cindy, Nancy, ,, Ginger Baldwin I leave my walk In and out "C Build ;
the next 97% years.I brother Leon the nice year'sat a' i Lvnn I leave the thrill of title as "MOUTH" of the ing" bathroom for four years
[From Preceding' Pagel \ places to smoke one on campus Roger Rowe, being of BHS and my job of going Marching\ their first game. cheer leading squad for I without developing; lung can- tM
:to,&e used during fifth per- I To Mr Stewart, the sound mind and body to leave back and forth to the Water i, Donna Green do hereby know she is well qualified. To cer. To Madron Duck I leave I .
iod study hall To Mr. Her- watchdog of BHS I leave .a. "all the ,girls to Ralph and Fountain.I leave BUS gladly; To next the senior class that will be her her horse In hopes that I II
'rirtgton. one bottle of Tiny dog biscuit. I leave chicken- Keith, all but one who is look- I Linda Lyons, leave to year's Trlwllng Tornadoes all left behind. I leave you this whoever rides It can fall off as II
Tim's. miracle! hair Restorer. man .to Tooter Hicks Every- ing for love desperately. I 'anyone who would like to experience the fun and hard work that thought: "All Is not lost. To well as I did. I also leave to
""I. Dianne Adkinson, being body knows he's half chicken hope they have better luck Execedrln headacheNo. goes along. To anybody the I Miss Temples I leave with the Madron, the memories of Alabama -I
of sound mind and body ido anyway. To all future studentsat with girls than I had. Heave i 4, 5, and 6, Mrs. Grant- Idea of thinking they can skip knowledge that I could look and the Lawtey Wild- I
leave BHS to anyone who BHS I leave hope that they Buddy Broughton all my cigarette ham, a used bottle of Exced- a certain Math teacher's class lovingly Into someone's eyes cats. To Ralph Morgan I leavea
wants It. I leave the basketball will all like school For If you butts. rln, and the afternoon secre- without being caught! LastlyI and say "Wan that. Aprllle little duckling. To Mr. Lov-
ncorebook to anyone who has wait as long as I'did to realize I, Gary Johns, being not of tonal session at the Vocational leave. to Miss Temples a with his soures soote, ect, ect, ett, I leave my little Jar full I
the courage to travel with the that high school is the hap- sound mind because of my i School.I plane ticket to Atlanta to see ect," I leave Mrs. Weaver of beans in hopes that 'who I
basketball team.To Miss Tem- piest part of your life, you'll years at BHS do leave Brad Linda Allen being of her boyfriend and a lot of knowing that It was she who ever plays first beans can d I
ples I leave my most fervent miss out on all the fun. ford High to anyone who 'is I dumb mind and good health, headaches! 00 GET BM 631! taught me the meaning of the rattle It as well as me. Last of
hopes that she will be married I, Emory Prevatt Jr, a crazy enough/ to go there and do hereby leave to Libby Tet- I, Janet Nichols, being of saying In the next 100 years. To Gin Sampson City H. Cat, .being hope that you'll get stone, good luck and hope sound mind and body, finally needlessly but when you need 69 the challenge of being half Best
dver.! Baldwin I leave Mrs. Wear of sound body and feeble mind ucation than I did and may-I, that she won't get stuck with get to leave. To Roy JacksonI to change It see HOC as great as the Seniors of 1968 I
I think that's All she'll know nothing or the. painting fie vou'll at least make Mrs. Sprouse again next year. leave a loud-speaker so lie I Hitchcock's Change It Clubl. leave this scenic campus with I WishesCongratulations
need for a brilliant education.I that 'bas been appearing Hampton University. Mr. And to all the other girls, the won't have to strain his voice This Last will and testamentwas wrecked nerves and deterlor-
Kenneth Haggar leave around this school and nothing Oieens Electronic class, to luck of getting engaged in when he Is yelling [which Is written' on letterhead ater mind.> I leave to all Seniors -' ,+
:9BS 'with'' a mind and body about Big D's football field Charles Smith and hope he your senior year. (As I did]. ALMOST all the time. To Miss bond' with the heading read- of '69 the high educational -
petti' ; In poor condition. I leave and I leave the Juniors Miss will act intelligent enough to I, Retha Miller, being of Rosenberg I leave all my mini- Ing WATERS WORM FARM, standards I have acquired, ...
to: Foster Shl Smith a key to Temples. Lots of Luck deserve It. And May he get poor health and mixed up skirts and culottes. To Kelly, Wilbur Waters, owner Law- here throughout my years. To I
!the Playboy Club In Brooker I, John Warren, of stubborn plenty of exercise walking mind, after attending BHS, do I leave "Dimples", my little tey, Pla. Mrs:Weaver I leave my regrets -
& hope that he can find more mind and body leave BHS as over there. And If he plays' hereby leave all Senior girlsof friend.I I, Wilbur Waters being of / for not havingreacted I Go get 'em '' I Ir'
bunnies'than I did. To Mrs. fast as I can. To Dennis HaU football good enough ire getsa the coming year, the good Janice Padgett, being of somewhat sound mind and In a positive manner to her'' I
Weaver I.leave: a. shovel to fill I leave/ the hope that he scholarship with the University "ole" teachers and principals,i sound mind and body do body to hereby leave one packof efforts In furthering my gradsthe
1 in% the ptt.l fell into so many doesnt: get caught leaving. a of Theressa. In hopes that they will enjoy hereby leave to the Senior Swisher Sweets to any boy knowledge' In the field of, 1968
times. ,To Miss Temples Itea'e store with a cue ball he didn't I, Sheila Magyari!, of weak them as much as I did. Class of '69 a peck of trouble. on the baseball team who will mathematics. I world awaits GRADSWe're bettingon
LEAVE!I Hey that buy. To DAVE Melvin, I leave body and feeble mind leave to [Which wasn't very much. I leave LARRY smoke them on the bus with- I, Diane Cox being or sound I
to make
founds good. I leave her a all the good times before the I the Juniors of "69". Mrs Linda Good Luck you're going to Turner to Richard Lee and out getting caught body and mind [I hopel] do you. you big
battle: of No-Doze pills She football game and during\ Grantham with hope that need It Bad.l] vice versa. To Jimmy Crosby I of happily leave BHS.' To any f j footsteps In the future
Richards being
i might need maudlin mind and salubrlouus
teaches the Exciting Literature gang; I leave the hope they I well as I did. clean mind and dumb looking Haddock I leave Latin II and Math IV, I leave them my i ,
she did this year To all make it to where they are go- I I, Elaine Brown, being of I body, do hereby leave BHS the ability to get along with body to leave BHS gladly To, I favorite teacher Mrs. Weaver I I MALLARD'S
tihe boys of Brooker I leave Ing. To Coaoh Hurse, I leave' sound mind do hereby leave with pleasure. To Mike Fogg Mrs. Haney as well as Sheryl all of my past teachers To all students still remain-'
one dozen rotten eggs. To Mr some used fruit. To Tommy to Phyllis Lyons my ability to I leave 24 volumes of "Master and I did. To Luke Williams leave my sister who Is I as big- Ing In BHS I leave them with Bradford I 5 & lOc Store
Temple I leave a pack of Cigarettes Blackshear I leave an empty atend school t a whole year and Cuts" by C. D. Morgan: also I leave the ability to find mouthed and! sassy as was hopes that they will succeed I
with a note in the last fish net so he might catch I not miss a day. I' also leave 301 Drive Inn, Macclenny. someone to fit the descriptionof To Mrs. Emery's students 1 (Continued Abstract Co. j
to On Next Page! : I Your New Dime Store
one telling him the top 23I iI,I the fish that got; away To the wonderful times I had In Jacksonville, Gainesville, 1 my nickname. To the lucky leave the library as a place II
I truck load of sand from"Strickland's person who becomes MissRosenberg's escape. To all the juniors I I I
leave dear Miss Temples and
assistant I leave '
Landing and good ole math. To some good I'
last but not least "Nail's Grocery my bottle of pep pills 'cause 1
." To .Mike White I leave they sure will need them. To listeners I leave Carolyn C
Discover anew the entire Saxophone sectionof Billy Myrick I leave a pile of Brown and her problem ?
slightly used, artificial flowersIn Lastly I leave-In search of I II
the band In hopes that he i I LUCK
cdtck hopes that he will do some- Jimmie 1 s
can master It as well as I GOOD
world have In the past six years. thing for that motorcycle I. Linda Crews, being of
.' The rest of the band they helmet of his. To Paul. Faulkner feeble mind and Phyllss Diller I
can 10 with it what they, want I leave psychedelic book- body do hereby leave BHS In i
6Sd to. To Pam Tye I leave. our covers in hopes that he will high hopes of putting to use {F. .c' **' d.
( good times at school and the remember me when he gives the fantastic mind the BHS '_. .c..

pleasant memories elsewhere.I his next Halloween party. teachers have developed for .
I Beverly Hollingsworth will And to Kenneth Carlton, Craig me. To Linda Colson Kay rr.a .IIIqd

J to Rhonda Carlton this pleasant Padgett, and Jody Starling, I Smith Marie Blankenehlp< :' ):.
.,. trait. Everytlme I open leave them the ,best of luck end' Mary Sue Thomas I leave
I my mouth I put my foot in It in their Senior year. And last, the ability to raise as much
I will my excellent study habits I leave. confusion next year as we did
., I to Patsy Carter. Maybe I, Patsy Hltcncock, being of this year in poor old Mrs.
sound mind and leave Bakers' class. To Lucille Kauf-
she'll use them better than I. body May go on
I I will my patience to finish BHS with a passion put to fman I leave my Softball and you
school to Peggy! Crawford. To use in my old griefs. To glove, the one with the hole to greater thingsin
Darlene Underhill! and Mar Cheryl Godwin, I leave State In the pocket and hope that
Fugatt I will my faith in the Farm bus and Mrs. Reddish In sre can catch as many as I, a world that
I male generation. i iI ,

Richard Williams alias TODAYS S 61114// I needs your
Hank], being of sound mind
.Jl I and
I and body [I71] leave BHS with e talents
memories of the past. To the tCl/f leI I ail

Graduation- baseball team of *69 I leave 1 '; energies.HOLIDAY .
; We'll tell the world cigar. To Miss Temples, I !
we're proud of bright I milestone leave 1 blackjack, 1 broad axe- I /968
you handle: and I easy lesson in ,
I I and. certain that in your march How to Win Friends and, Influence t' i
People. I leave Greg Go on, grads to,
will ,
you move on Go after success, achievement.
Rtherd second base. To Mr.
to futureachievements. grads of '68. as Herrington, I leave 1 slightly I greater heights.

you have earnedrecognition I broken Radiometer. I leave
to David McKnight 1 basketball I I
'On this
team, 1 new coach, and I
.. graduation day. BILL POWELL I 1 carrot seed.., All In all I just GRADS'I Southern Marine

,.;. plain, downright leave with I
L. B. Alvarez GIB BROWNService Jockel, I leave 1 hairy nuls-
"'.' .; Nationwide Agency tache, 1 tube of Mexican I 1 412 E. Call St. I S. 301 NORTHI
Service Station I Station 401 W. MadisonFuture grease paint and 1 depleted I j ,
oil supplyI
Randy Jones, being of .
sound mind and body leave

,: BHS 12, long with hard the years.memories To J. S.of I i Jlli f, IIi [ Fir I

I Waters I leave my official 4 I.I \ I I I Ii'! ili I 'II 111 r r, i '

:L jAr scorekeeplng pencil in hopes THE WORLD NEEDS .II

:, .1 that as'he I did will during use it as the efficiently baseball- THE VITALITY ENERGY OF AND I I" I I I ,''I I ifB llilh t, I .

season. To Mike Norman, I EDUCATED YOUTH. ,, II I
leave on big julcely strawberryand I I To all 1968 1\1i\ i
my ex-position in right COMMUNITY II I ili \ I .1 I '! I
field To Miss Temples I leave WATCHING graduates our \
Greater one unused Literature book YOUR FUTUREACHIEVEMENTS. ,

and 2 pages of notes that I very best wishes. j.
took the whole year. Also, I II
leave her my ghost in !hopes '
that It will haunt her till her Harold C. Wall ,

dying day. To Miss Weaver, Inc.INSURANCE. \ 1//, ,I

!i I that leave she my thanks has given for me the help in ( i : I

JP math. To Ronnie Grlggs. I 1 1j
leave. one free gallon of gas. .
421 W. Madison St. I :
To Mark Graudon. I leave one I I
pitching coach, Boy does !he I IYou've I I
P" need one. To Alan Patz, I
leave the title of Big A, whichwas
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given to him by Big E. l 1 I :
leave'I I ,
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a pair of scissors, a.comb. a .. I I
I bottle of super hair grow, and I I' j
my old chair at Marvin Kay's I

ly Music, I leave Center.my To ability Tommy to havea Tal-I i r arf a, 1/1 ,; .i i I !
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=.Y close companionship with I I I il ilj
the bench during basketball \\j. II
/' season. To Reggie Flynn, I,, !!
leave the Student Council.and :
I lots of luck. To BHS I leave a I

curse : R
o I, Sandra Register, being of i I
warped mind, and skinny body
i leave BHS Happily To all the 1'
I Twirling Tornadoes, I leave :: 1 '
i great memories of football i (
: games, parades, and practice ', I i
To Lucille Kauffman I leave
my spot as right guide In
hopes that she won't stomp
holes In the road. To Robin

Warren I leave my graceful t\\ i I .U II
I ness. Everyone smile big except I
""= Denise. Karen. Martha, I

... Joyce and myself leave the You're on stage 1968 grass lou've prepared yourself for',
title "Lunch Gang" to Cindy. '

pit's .. I Evelyn, Donna Ginger, and made your :I further achievements. Go after those dreams and know tha'the
yours; class of 1968. Aim high worK: hard, Linda In hopes that you make
It back to class on time. To mark. We're proud : 1 best wishes of the whole
: and your efforts will be rewarded. some lucky girl I leave all the '' community go with you. pt
thrill of becoming HomecomIng of you, class of 68.
i.PIGMENTS. DEPARTMENT Queen in hopes that they 1 9
have as many great times as COUNTY
I have had during my reign.
To all the Juniors I leave one

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TRAIL Rodney Hall II. A. Llmson! A. N. Hollidav
RIDGE HIGHLAND being/ of ttlutl mind and I
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I Last Will And Testament leave gladly gladly, and even To Steve Thomas .I leave. I i Witness or Futltloni my hand. and the Seal.. a of dlvorro Florida In Bldhth-the Circuit Judicial Court Cir-;
I more gladly. his ability to stall my car !ia of eRld Cult on 15th, :May: .. cuit: In and for Bradford Countv -
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To Steve GraduationFRIDAY
Allen Crawford mile behind Lincoln City on (SEAL: ) I abov. :
[From Preceding Page] hands on. I Crawford,.,and Tommy Chas- Sunday night, praying that he I Clinrlen! A. Dnrhy. I' Yuu are hereby required to
In everything I think with I, Beverly: McRae, being of teen I leave the title of Underprivileged never does It again Aa. Clerk Or Snld Court 323t 613lnvlhi I H rvo your answer or other
Coach Hurse and Mr. BaeU- highly unstable,JtUna: after 12 '' Senior. In JUNE 7, 1 BI6S I, Rod-y( Croaoy.: being of pleading Illlnmal'4... Complaint Burwell. upon 212Houttimut

man around they will at least I years in the! 8radfoad'County hopes, :you all will live up to sound mind, and black and I' (Irrnlt:,mil, Of VlorlilnK.liclilll I First Street, Oafrteevllle -
duringschool.. School system ,do leave BHS i the mlgihty reputation of An- blue body, do hereby leave' to Pdrllniiiroril: .,Indtelnl'Ireu. <. l'. .In ('I\ml lllA I 28, ions, Florida. and.I Immediately on or I before thereafter -
I Ada Mae Thomas will my with mixed emotions. To the"lucky" dy, J. Roy, and Johnny-that Processional "Pomp and Circumstance" ____ .__ BUS Band any junior the ability to get ,*tl*>n. ease \o.. ouiitj- file name with the Clerk
quiet ways to Carol Smith girl who Is elected Co- !la getting the privileges un- nine licks in three days. To Iann", 'i'. Dnnlil, I, "I'liilntlff vnHonald of the above styled court:M*!*
A lInn 10.1. l>if"ndantNOTicn \VittieKn the Honerahle Jkdgeaor
and my ability to understand captain of -the Varsity Cheer- der or over To Danny Jackson Miss Emery I leave one un- and
Business Math to Deborah leading squad Ileave Mrs. I leave a bottle of pan- Invocation __________________W. __ _.____ Mr. Chas. W. Reese, used Physical Sclehce book. I I. 'TO M-t\< h I)TO'nalil I I.ITIM>: H'inli'1: I.'' the the sent. shave of Raid styled court court on thlM'29
lard I Hnn HIM I 1/1'1./' On. day or May inns r' .,I:
Minister First Christian Church M
known to cake
Dewey. Bennett otherwise makeup for all those sar also leave her with her charmIng H--3 : )
I. Gall Sandel being of the squad as Moneybags' In <'ll"i weekend "burns" received I personality, with which r-'OI,"t Opnning .((11...raln" "irlL* A. Darby, Clerk Af''the
You will ph'.,... tiilct' : n'>tlii' i Inn' t ('uurt'or Bradford Coun-
somewhat sound mind andbody hopes thatjshefcan beat my while kindling the fires. Musical Interlude ____________________.._ ________ BUS Band has been richly endowed. that Dlnniii ,. 1'1110'1 l : | | IIHH filed IV ..,.
do hereby bequeath to record time in a check requisition To Sandra Leach: I leave one To Mr Payne I leave my con- Hy H."lnh1.; V'ody ""
Kathy Oliver all my talents In signed by .the entire ad- invought. Hope for the best.He'll trol board, hoping he can use Deputy Clerk! WCyour :
Home EC class. To all underclassmen ministration. To all the bachelors get here someday. To Welcome Address _________________.___ __ __ ___._ Salutatorian it more than I d.d. I also 'I .'-- 3SOt, 20
I leave the great of the Jr, Class I leave everyone not mentioned In Beverly McKae leave him memories!: of ABA- II CLASS Of 68 I I ", I
expectations of being a Seniorat Robby Smith..In great hopes this will,,1 leave best wishes GALE To Mrs. Jeffers I leave nt

BHS. May they have as that you'll take care of him for the.years\ ahead, and prayers 1st Speaker _______.___.____- _,.__________ Thomas L. Casey the Debate club In hopes thatit 'aIC.'.
much fun as I hive had: < on Saturday nights-To Hobby you will sure need them. can live up to the standards {(\
I, Robert Lion Dodd of Smith leave; my love. .and. .;Ij J: Larry Mercer, being of !let by the seniors of 68. /ailD \
I Class Song "The Impossible Dream" ____. .. Mrs.\ : Joan Chitty
sound mind and physically hopes for the future. sound mind and tired body Awl one set of slightly used
unique body after one year of I Greg Alvarez being of leave to Coach Mason one note cards To( Mr.
track: under coach George Lo- soundness of mind and top cigar butt. To Greg Nichols I 2nd Speaker ___ ________._________-_____Rep. Eugene 1"'. Shaw mann I also leave Batez-I
per. leave to Tommy Tally notch physical conditioned leave 20 pounds so you can with heavy heart: that I will

one copy of S. W Hand book body, do hereby leave this Na- tell him from a blade of 3rd Speaker __________ __________________ James L. Temple no longer see his smiling face.
of all wonder'11s things' writ- tural Monument to the birds. grass. To the BHS Athletic To coach Hurse I leave the D
ten by Seven Wade. To Cindy To my brother Llea/ve/ one 6 Deptjil! ..leave one tooth a hopes; of a better season. May
Strickland and Karen BreedenI cylinder Chervolet with the broken collar bone two bust- PRESENTATION OK THE;: SENIOR CLASS, 1968 his seniors of 69 be equal to 1 1I 1I t,
leave Mrs. Emery, to June I hopes he will! get more out of ed ankles, 13 stitches and a the senors'! of 68. To all my 1I I a

Hardy I leave the memoriesof I it than I did. Last ot,foil I remind pair of horts. To Coach Ad- Prayer ______________________________._.__ Rev. R. D. Burch classmates I leave the joyous 3
the 1968 Jr. Sr. Prom, and. everyone to watch out klson I eave my uniform. that First Presbyterian Church memories of our years together 1I a. ,. vk
last but not least I leave to' for Ro-Ho. And:!, don't be surprised he wants to burn. To the Bas- Of the trips of chickenman I
Anne Terwlllegar 13 broken .sometimes when you ketball Team I leave one car- and Light Fingers;, of
drumsticks and the memories I I least expect It, somebody steps rot top. To Mr. Baetzman I Farewell Address ________::______.._!L________ ValedictorianPaul the rides to Hampton and
of the past. And now I, Bobby out and says Watch out- leave a pair of size 32 pants McLeoil watermelon patch. To Mary
Dodd, leave BHS Goodbye.I here comes Mr. Stewart! .t ho can tickle himself! to Lou I leave the best of'wishes : .,

Franca Linda Strickland, I, William Barrett being of death. Benediction __________________________- -_ Rev. R. D. Burch for her and Butch. May you !
being of one track mind sound mind and weak body do I, Wanda Lewis being of un- First Presbyterian Church, have the best of life and:!
[tDwayne Alday] and 5'7" and I this, day leave BHS with an sound mind do leave BHS much happiness, together.. To '' ; t .
108 lbs body hereby do bequeath education that far surpasses with mixed emotions. To the I the entire Junior Class I leave __ .: -
Recessional "Theme from Aida" __________._ BUS BandMaster
the BHS office the that which Is presented at an Juniors I leave all the senior II one more year In hopes they
freedom of releasing the two elementary. school. I leave tot privileges which I never have all the fun we had. With.
and only Linda Strlcklands I >ic kids of Vie> State Farm found. To Mrs. Sullivan I of Ceremonies Theron Yawn 69ers you can't be too sure, :
and here's hoping they never the task of trying to live up leave the impossible dreams of und to BITS I leave with little I HJJLeStW15heS
get stuck with 2 people with to the name which the. seniors getting the Annual out on I soitow and great happIness.
the same names ever again. of now and past have given it time. To some lucky junior I Maybe In the years to come mumbles during class. with the guts to have curly I I
To the '69 Seniors I leave the I To the Senior Class of the fu- 'eave an emtv> chair in Miss someone will be able to surpass I I leave to Lamar Underhill hair and still let It grow over ..:.luh'I ho.h I'lillrJul<'I roil'II,.eerel< uar. n I"orlil'III"I We share
Senior privilege that the great the goal: of trying to con Temples class, in hopes he or I' .
ive the mark I've ltft behind. one well used parking placeon his ears.I In. .nil Fn. llrnr-uril I oniitv.nM '
received. And what I have done at she will vet better ': < > <\... :ililK'lwnul : pride on this; .
Seniors never 1""r i grader I, Stephen Lamar wade. the Brooklyn Lake Boat leave my ability to have a'' : II. fn."'M. r'llntlff! I iVs'your' world now, I :
finally, to BHS. I Just leave. BHS. than I did. Last I leave the ] .' ,
being of well worn body and Ramp. "C" average all the way V8 I ls'vr'- **VN M"r 'ntluiitNOTiris !
I Mike Smith, of T Pli Eileen Ellington the tale halls of, OP HINT Go out and make great day.
being I any cienkinn I exceptionally well balanced lu DJn Hardy I leave the nrough high school and still .. II. C'li a
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.sound mind and fragile body Third being of somewhat un- Bradford' High to find a happier mind : IVM 'WM your dreams come :
over woike.d but brill Ian slightly u-ed pair of dungarees receive a scholarship from the r* tl.) rii> do leave to Sandra Hugglns wound:. and frail mind and and more exciting future. do hereby leave BHS with no that his brother Frank state to anyone as lazy as I ...Nil. in,"III. .,liv Ciiiiillnii. ,, 'JM',! ,'Ml" i' true.flood .
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Mrs. Emery one easy to somewhat too sound body do I. Lamar demons being of regrets at all. left me last year. nn ,notion. fir. fll\niii'.' IHIH ti**.>I I
learn handbook on hand-to- hereby leave this school for highly intelligent mind far To Mr. Temple I leave one I leave one extra large am.To my sister, Polly I leave fllftl HWitllHt.. you and you nl"I I I,
i "n".1" i ervr i i n i"uiv| iif von
hand combat To Ray LoweryI rood. To Fighting Tornadoes I surpassing any Intellectual family size tube of Royal headache [IThe Bradford' Ban- the thought that her brother written .I..r"n"" If now, ti> 1 1in I'' ;::, r
leave the music to Little 1968-69 term, I leave one request "recedinr m. and having a Crown Hairdi'essing. ner] to IAndaColson.:! in hopes and sister before her made if.iirwri.. i b', 4hnw. ,Attorne I
Black Esrg. This will make Kill Lake City Go Big physical build which will even To Bobby Lappe I leave my I that she has a large bottle of over 450 on the Senior Place for I4JVent Plaintiff! dull whoxe.street niMrenn, Hmrk 1.l i iMmlilii i!
three songs he knows. To Tom Red. To Cleo Forsyth I leave m"ke S'irvrman "Awe" with seat. next to Miss Temples Excedrln handy. ment Test Goad luck. Sis I find rl1" HIM" nrlalnalwith ,... i
Edwards I leave my ability to my downstairs' C building I amazement leave to Bradford desk In hopes that he may I leave my well used seat In To the rdmlnlstratlon "I vlpl the f'nurf) r.h'rk..r on nr l before the. ii'iove June' r Van H. Priest, Co
tear up anything I get my 'ocker crammed with Tem- Keh! School this thought: ,,, catch all the little goodies sheI Mr. Temple's office to anyoneI leave my ability U. keep II 21, 1IH! ( ; nthrrwlHK. .a judgment. ';
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To all 1968graduates you will move on on you to make big your marchto I I ON A GOAL, '61 GRABS, THECOMMUNITY I I, and certain that

to future footsteps In the future achievement. Go on grads to, I THEN SHOW THE WORLD WILL BE WATCHING you wIll maya> onto Go after success .
our achievements.HOUSTON'S. HOW IT'S DONE. grads of '68. as '
life of the community. greater heights. I YOUR FUTURE futureachievements.
very best wishes.STARLING'S : a ACHIEVEMENTS.EDDIE'S I you have earnedrecognition :

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featured! during the afternoon 'Ki( ; AND MORE. Contirue, amounts of above listing t to fg 2 9 C fi. Double"On Th. Racks"!
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'fcrthe death of Rev Ernest $
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liMd the services Sunday ; 10 0l, Jof MAXWELL HOUSE 200.CI. ARROW FACIAL
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L "YisItlnff'Mr. and Mrs. B. E. . ',."
Reddish the latter part of the B" t.
; Jfelc were.their daughter r |l! l o I GREEN BEAN 1 rx JJRa .rcezaspcleaaa No 303(.an STOKELY 44.01. STOKELY CHOCOLATE
''MrJ.! O;. Pons Mary Jack P T
} lid Joey of Tallahassee and iI4/I. Drink 41.PE
'MiSs Terry, Pons who Is at- w rt .
: ending the University of 3/ CURLING< SANDWICH / No Con VAN CAMPS VIENNA No, 2'A' Con STOKELY CUT GREEN i

'k4rg J..t1\'t"i4trs.! her family O.son.:J',In Phillips Coleman Macclenny was Phillips visit-dur- I L0.A5"79* Suuseige5 $1. Beans 3/$ 1.No. 1.

r C *
.'h.'':?Mr.the and"week.:Mrs. W. F. Moore J! ROLLSpp,_ ...e 2/25 y No 303 Con STOKELY CUT 303 Con STOKELY HONEY PODCif

ana were daughter.visiting their Mr. son-in-law and Mrs. L' l ALS... 29 Beets. 8/$1.! Peas 5$1.SWIFT'S .

6''t In
) Andrews and family :
'W 1dwoo?, during the weekend.
-Mr. and Mrs. Williamfetghtfoot '.u ?rEs.L3/I. PREMIUM COOKED ;
of Fort Lauderdale t 1 CANNED.
"Vre' weekend visitors of her

'lftt&ther, Mrs. W. M. Reddish gf1G6PWD BRAND COR!I SEMWONSLISS r.% CARVE RIB jJ $ P' ;
fttrs. Marlon Mars arid Jeff ; '. f'r
bt" Jacksonville (Beach spent H A M S "
fefiAday\ )\ with her sisters. Mrs.

iilcfes.0:'!;3. Anders They\ and returned Mrs. Hester home .. lAST, 18. 81A ... ).

with her and spent Sunday

( tar'Tuesday.' : Then they visited I t \ ................................ I
With another sister Mrs. Cora .. _. 1 .,
"\\J: : '' : .
Hodges In Jacksonville Tuesday P-2.- /aW{ iRJIND CORN ED80NELESr"I I 4ELMONICOS.$1.39- E-----_ $ '9
to Thursday. ,.''p ? : I I d7 WtlM(...s'i!'!' STAMPS* KKMAM Of1C2 ;:
Mrs. R. F. Estes of Church '. I / ;
: 4 LB. CAWwirr'v :
Hill, Tenn. Is visiting her son .
arid daughter-in-law Mr. and .uDi 1 O) w. eRAND ORN.FED tttf 2 :I. I-,7>{w Conned PUN Ham : LB.
Mrs. George Estes. flOOO THRU JUNC 0 : CAN
f _.
afar Mr.' son and of,Mrs.. Gainesville W. L. Durban spent II' ..- *ROAST.. 8. 98 eans l.............:: m :: :::.....:

Monday' with Mrs. Ed Durban.' "
"'Mr. and' Mrs Glen Starlingof ,. IkCK 'STEAK IBaiV \! y
''Jacksonville were visiting . 5 9 .
Mr'?:and Mrs. Leon Starling j i'

ofc'Theressa"Saturday1 J*fctr and"Mrs.spent Ernie Newsome Saturday .Fi ).QAST I .....' .....r.69, *I &WMfffM THRIFTY ALL FLAVORS MAID

his"brother-in-law and sister t h" .j..vW.0 Brand All Mal:: .....Slew of Or. W.D BRAND BEEF SHOST .

HIT/Xicharles:and Mrs... Carter J. D. Clark.who has, :tU! 'K. I" ,.RIBS..39' Ice M.lk'
keen stationed In Puerto Rico ... $ I K ?|tt|I iBtelnfiiii i
W D Brand iKnrGroufxl(Plus, too' W D BRAND' BEEF
Jrors1 returned and spent a four / ( Siamr1) PLATE '
d'i\y'\ leave with his mother. ,, / i pH j ,;'
idtfi: Lois 'Carter and other IJ : : .5 'ICO. S1'E1.d': .19t) legnif Kleml 39
relatives. He Is now stationed : : '
f liVCherry! Point. N. C. .D4I WRAPPED SLICED
,weekend;: visitors of Mr. r" 1.1k'MaILD DAISY CHEDDAR
ail! Mrs. B. L. Wllklson Jr. FOOD: 65 CHEESE /1 HALF GALLONS
vdfo their son-in-law .. .
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Billie lOCoim 10'1 CANNED' .. .e .<
I ) Jacksonville. (
",'kiting\ Mr. and Mrs B. L. CHEESE ALL FLAVORS
vWlfclnson( Sr. on Sunday .. .. .. .I 59 -- .. .j,!
were' Mr. and Mrs. Roger Edwferds KD,RIPE I Morton Cream
and Mr and Mrs. Ed.
;4 :. :;cAN5..
dctrd Rowe of Jacksonville
Mr.and Mrs. Charles WllklsonarUf WalERMELONS EA 99 PIES LSft ::daughter\ of Starke and<< f
Mrs. ?.Wllkl on's mother. Mrs.
Ltitner, Harper and children D'OOC'H''f ,:i"oN"; 2.91 TO j A roJUICE
of;'Deland. The Junior Winds L'
olned them for a family
ors .
dinner.Mrs. .HES 2 IBS. 49
.' has return. nll'
C. A. Olsen : 0 0 0 ; .\
eifftpm' a visit with her sisterIrtjAw. BUY ONE..GET ONE FUEE.ot SINGLETON li\

: \ Mrs Ida Padgett In 1 ( ;D '4 tw' Sweet Juicy White Seedless SHRIMP CREOLE r '
T9fl .
'Mr.' .a.and Mr. Tommy Earner "
apd children and Michael Ctlrr"s. lOt Grapes Lb. 39c .... OCOMA CHICKEN BEEF OR TURKEY t >
an''Cindy Futch were visiting L'
In Jacksonville on Monday. rO. | TELIAJW VINE RIPE V /$1.79 ,"
tr. and Mrs. Lloyd Futch
were,'in Green Cove Springs Onions 101 MINUTE' MAID ?
cir$mdaY afternoon for an -. 39 T Tomatoes" ,
outlrtjf.Vftrttors of Mr. and Mrs. E. LARGE VINE RIPE 4l FRESH FIRM HEADS S _t' rM ".
J."h ulerson are their grand- SHOE STRING FRENCH FRY '
davrrftter. 'Paula Raulerson C'loup J $1 Cabbage2/29t 'P s: "
o ::;.;tontIce11o. and Mrs. Rau- :: TT l 2/S10

OJerf'St.eri&ifs Hire Mary'e!? .Opal Crews of .. ......, ............................ ........................... ... ............................... ................................... i-i,

Fronds of'J. M. Orlff will I .EXTRA. : EX.YRA. :! E TRA.I: EX.--R :: : .
regret1, to learn that he is ser- ? Y4.GREEN STAMPS. I I dvl GREEN' STAMPS I I dX GREEN STAMPS ;I I GREEN' : I ff
w r.nl r 1 1 tzt_ STAMPS dx GREEN' BLUE BONNET
WHM 1 ; .
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tous1iU Sf.: Vincent's Hoa.pUIY''n 11 taw
in i w'-
Jacksonville. 11pSli.U.I: .I.BAM..... 1. "+., #'4 A'L MAT.LOAP..O.FNXKIKIfqunM .. i #!.woo pica. ore 'I i 4>24 Box.CAN ,/ nu.IM.w.wwwAtw.r =i (6-StJck; ) \j \:. I :
*tfs.. Starling, leader > Ground Be.f : V[ILARM.' .ALL. d IQW. CHOPFKOSteokettei' IQW :'I' 4+., *as aa.ox. J 1
; Eugene. L Js: ..O TNR Y -: .TIAK. .LI.. .. aw :! ....:....: :1' "_ nt Bomb : Snowy Bleach S I
Girl Scout Troop IU"C. :
-of 0000
:27.rwin Lawtey accompany them to 0000 THOU JUNE O :: THNU JUNE 9 GOOD THRU JUNC : '+R: 0000 THRU JUNCklW : Margarine I

ape lytd Friday at Gold Head ........ ...
Braftch Day Camp.BlltPendaryls IS. I f. E. 7RA. : kx-QEXT03 :' E .TRA... :'f EX.TR '
who has beenIri.MW'hospltal !Fl !!i STAMP$ : I I &* GREEN' STAMPS 1// I I GREEN' STAMPS I dv1 GREEN' : EXTRA. :: i4
VIM.MVWUM MW M t at Macclenny _. ... m An4 sow. w a.ry. :
: /tt Vim NCVWMM MbNN M HHM.ilJ1 3 $1 .
: ilia .
0" 'L" TWO erw.oY. ;'II .. '
.. #20 TWO 20 or Pica i _
i t",1fUnlr the weekend withtit. R..A sae rRt J" "'R.O.( PlrCIKONI.AU : t
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Fry, : r
family. lt.t: ; pro.N.JJYN. lW :,.:::, ::1c :: : White Acre Peas : Sta Puf Rinse Bathroom Cleaner : J .
I Mr.. B. L Wllklson Jr. at.dende _.. :. OOOO.. ..TMKU.. JUNC aOOO.. THRU. JUNC. 9 :::1 :1,1W. GOOD w' :.
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I ." -'-' 25 Years Ago


By Alice Me Carrey. I 0

Freedom Of Choice DeniedIn v '. y '

The new Church Service t i "
o c s
Center of the Episcopal and p s
another decision based more whether our children are gettingthe Presbyterian Churches
on philosophy than on, .law, the best we can offer in educationand .. dedicated May 20, 1943 In Impressive Bf PAUL C.1'ORAIGER!: t I
Supreme Court ruled unanimously that the educationally deprived ceremonies directed
Vdltor.: Inforautloa jfcnrlcefOften
last week that Southern school of- of both races are given new op- by Bishop Frank A. Juan '

ficials cannot satisfy the constitu- portunity: with first-rate instructors Situated between the Epls
,I.I I.
tional obligation to desegregatethe and the best facilities."In I copal Churoh and the xnanae we at Florida Alcohis drinking; ingestion of alcohol

public schools merely by offer- the North de facto segre- on Church Street, the build; hole Rehabilitation\ Program becomes the sole purpose -

ing "freedom of choice" plans that gation of the schools remains, but ins was handy to the Blandare asked 'What are the signs of drinking
f 1''fp Ins bus of developing alcoholism? 13 He developes an elaborate
permit pupils to pick their own the court did not aim its shots at L IS The building terminal.was erected There are 15 of what we system of lies alibis excuses,

schools. them. It applied its ruling to and furnished, with funds provided call "danger signals," and any and ratlonaltz'ations' cover

Instead, the Court said, officials those states where segregationwas : by the Episcopal Church.one of them could mean that up or to explain his drinking.

have an "affirmative duty" to legally the policy prior to the iw while salaries and operating alcoholism Is around the corner 14. He has .personality and

wipe out segregation immediately."The 1954 decision. Her again, the p expenses were paid by the Here they are: behavior changeseven when

burden on a school board to- double standard is ludicrous Presbyterian. Churches, North 1, The1 Individual begins to not drinking-which adversely -

day," said the opinion "is to come "One Georgia spokesman, pro- and SOuth. drink more than the other ] affect his family siuation,

forward with a plan that promises testing to anyone in Washingtonwho Set well back from the members of his group. his friendship groups or on-
1'a.. street and planted with beau- 2, The Individual begins to the-Job relationships. Accidents -
realistically to work and promises would listen, argued that _1''
tiful shrubbery the building :. drink more frequently than job losses family squables -
realistically to work now. contrary to the Court's opinion, 14 others. broken friendship, and

The sweeping decision overruled years has not been enough timeto was attractive well; lounge equipped and with writing an 3; With Increasing frequentrouble with the law may take

prior decisions of the three circuit correct all ills factual and room. cy, the Individual goes beyond: place, not just when he Ls un

courts of appeal that had upheld imagined in racial educational Ir' rj Rev Alison R. Bryan, dlthe allowed license for drinkdel' the Influence of alcohol,

various "freedom of choice" plans matters. He pointed out that his ', \ i' v -i< rector of the center, stated :ing behavior. 'but when he is notCharacteristics .

ventured by school officials of particular system did not have the i. _.- '. 1-s)" i that the purpose was to pro- 4. He begins to experience of the final

eight states. The impact on the political machinery to start revamping \ \ : vide !the means of fellowship! blackouts: or temporary amphases are obvious and tragic.
A \ & ?
South is profound.In the schools until three rest and, recreation for soldnesla .,during and following There are extended binges,

commenting editorially on iers of Camp Blandlng. It was drinking eplsdoes. physical tremors, hallucina-
years ago. 5. He drinks more rapidly Lions and deliria, complete rejection
planned to have hostesses on
this latest decision The Jacksonville
In Bradford County School hand to visit with the men..than. others; 'he gulps his of social reality, malnutrition -
Journal said: "The court js" Superintendent Tom Casey said drinks. with accompanying

not, contrary to the belief of some, he had seen only newspaper accounts Bradford High' School fresh6.. He drinks secretly and Illnesses and diseases and

:merely shaking a finger at those of the latest decision and men held a chicken pilau often sneaks drinks. an early death.

who have not complied with the did not know yet what the full luncheon for their annual 7. He begins to lose control We should point out thatcelebration

1954 decision against racial segre- impact would be on our school Yh ;i. z 5twr with Bettye Palmas to time, place and) amount these deviations appear grader -

gation in public schools. It is system here. He was quick to ire? .y as toastmistress. Betty Hayof 'his Inking. He drinks wally but with Increasing free

actually saying that racial balance point out, however, that great ; x.i ; ,,,, ,* r wy es responded and Wllla Jean and often gets drunk-at Inquency and intensity over a

must be put above everything else. had been made toward Malone and Seleta Sparks! appropriate times and places period of years until event-
progress provided humor at Intervals when he did not Intend to. ually all symptoms are pre-
This is a departure from the inter- under the "free- '
desegregation during ,the mea!. 8 He hides and protects his sent. This Is why the disease
pretation put'upon the 1954 decision dom of choice" plan that has beenin ,. liquor supply so he will never of alcoholism Is referred to as

and it gets back to the effect. h In 1943 people liked to talk be caught. short. being "progressive"

highly controversial 'bussing'theory Casey said that about forty percent :: _. .-.. a about, "the good old days" as 9. He drinks to overcome More information on alcoholism

that smacks of authoritarian of all Negro students in the they do 'today. Among things the hangover effects of his and its danger signals

government and which is dia- county grades one through recalled was the livery stable prior drinking. may be had by writing

metric to American thinking. twelve will be in predominently FARMER'SNow built about 1890 on the corner 10. He tries new patterns of FARP's Information Services

"The court contends that 'free -schools next fall. Like- DIARYthat of Call and Thompson Streets drinking as to time, place Box 1147, Avon Park Fla.

dom of choice' is not sufficient if white is the time to enjoy where stumps' Store Is. The amounts and what he drinks. 3382S.
wise after teacher assign- life Is getting more complicated -
new alcoholism la
it does not produce instant mixing sweet corn, particularly If you stable was built by J. O- Alvarez 11. He attempts "geograRemember -
ments this week, ten Negro teachers all the time moving to treatable. But in all other
phical" cures by as
and the town had no
within the public schools. It cites can get It fresh from the gar-
will be employed in predom- den. We bought some last week paved streets nor sidewalks at new locations or "traveling"cures diseases, the earlier It Is
the example of Negro students inently white schools next fall. from No one wants old horse and that time. Saddle horses or by seeking out different treated the ,better the chances
Mr. Loper, who has a
into community'swhite -back, but there'sthis
transferring a Such progress will not satisfy nice garden. at his place on buggy days In horse and rigs! were rented! drinking groups-usually of a are for recovery.
school while no white students the Supreme Court however, be- 8R-100 about five miles southof much about had it: a (horse out. much as U-Drlve cars lower social status.are .
were transferring into the "freedom ofchoice" those days you rented today. Across the 12. He becomes a "loner" In
cause under the Starke and that night hada about all ,there
Negro school. As a solution to plan no white students real feast. Piping hot, dous- and to it. You did not have street was a saloon where game lead on Beggs Gulf In
this sort of thing the court sug- was of the more lively citizens the Women's Softball League.
might choose to go to predomi- ed with butter and seasoned title, registration,
to have a In last week's games Conner -
gests rezoning which would nently Negro schools. Therefore, with salt and pepper, sweet license to drive It, license tag sometimes "got tanked RECREATION thrashed Kentucky Fried
the white children around corn is a treat .that will set up" and ruckus
spread the School Boards must come up to put on the 'tioise's tail, town Later drugstore NEWS Chicken 15-0 while Beggs
around a
and eliminate all.Negro enroll- with a plan to achieve instant mix- your taste buds dancing By Sam McGarveycar Insurance and no inspectionto replaced the saloon. took the measure of Colonial

ments. ing in all schools, even if it denies There Is .a peach orchard Inspection is a good idea, see if the old plug couldgo With Our Service Men 119431[ ] Florist 18-4.

"As a further example, the the student freedom of choice. If up on SR-218 near Maxvllle in !that It will" help prevent stop or back up. Capt. Martin E. Griner, Jr.BPOE WINS FIRST On Monday night, Conner

court points out that some white this is not a violation of "civilrights" that is a sight .to behold, according accidents, but it does seem of the State Farm left by HALF IN BANTAM losing their last took on Colonial and downed
students have been transferringout Although the florists 12-4. Kentucky was
elseit His
we do not know how to a letter from a -- plane for San Francisco.
had become two( games BPOE came out on the victim of Beggs to the
of a school could be construed. Telegraph reader. Apparently parents, Mr. and Mrs.. M. E
first half of :the
In the
mixed and says that the transfers there are more peach orch- ,Orlner,. saw _JUm..i ..off. :from.Jacksonville. ...,. Bantam.Le4/aU top) / I... tune of 13-2. wStaS3ngsT -
-- !! Connerl
** : :
:-....'should have. been. ,:stopped"i.in. Hr this!..., ,-*Cpmmentinjf"' ("further) 'trutll'fS"-that4, thft.JoUrI' ). 4II t JPp',; }"jrareithan: !we NEWS 'And NOTES W. Koch In Monday's games-.first of Beggs 8-31: Colonial, 4-5;
cold" Louis
*he Mr and Mrs.
ease. 'at flliy8' tow fot.: we!! know tftere is onea the second half- Police DeKentucky

"The Court thus places itself in emphasis upon ideology instead of few miles south of Melrosefor For Today's Homemakers left for Sioux City Iowa to partment and Southern DlsSchedule, 0-9.for Saturday, June

the position of legislating, not on- education has not solved the na we visited It a few years visit their son Lt. William in count plaYed! to a 3-3 ,tie 8-Beggs vs Conner, 7:30.:

ly public education but public tion's school problems. Nor will it ago. S. By Martha Sue McCain S.the Koch Air ,Corps.a bomber pilot which will be settled at... Kentucky vs Colonial, 9.

community private rights, as well. solve them in the future. Educa- County Extension + Cadet Andrew Zenas Adkins later date. Monday, June 10( -.Beggs! vs
those of both be upgraded through That old sun is getting closeto got back on the win- Conner vs
"More and more tion must + Jr, son of Judge and Mrs. A.RPOE Colonial. 7:30: ;
being over (head In Economics Agent
races are beginning to see that improvements of the tools neces- Home Z. Adkins of Starke was fling track by downing Coca- Kentucky 9,
the middle of the day, and as
what really matters today is not sary to do the job. the saying goes, "the Bear among the 225 candidates for Cola 10-6 behind David the Alvarez two-hit, Friday, June 14KentuckY
school has a 60-40 seasoned at the Citadel the pitching of vs Beggs, 7:30: ; Conner vs
whether this "Rezoning and mandatory mix- will get you U. you don'twatoh FREEZE GREEN BEANSWe and freezing beans in graduation with Kevin Kelly getting two
of blacks and whites or a All beans cooked and Mllta.ry College of South Car Colonial, 9.
ratio will do nothing more, at best, out" Farm people do have heard complaints boulUon. hits for Coke.
90.10 ratio. What matters is the ing integratedclass their work in the early morn- from some readers about flavor frozen in salted water lacked olina. Mr.Schedule for Thursday, June CORRECTION IN
that is than provide for an Ing hours and in and were less firm in L. A, Jones, Jr, son of
the education the late flavor
quality of still graduate vast- and texture of frozen green 6-BPOE< vs Police 5:30.: Coke IURTII ANNOUNCEMENTreceived
that could L. A Jones, had Just
Racial afternoon, and the texture. and Mrs
schools. reserve heard
also have 7.
obtainable in these future beans. We vs Southern (Discount The maternal grandparents
ly unprepared for the hot hours of the day for rest- As a result of these tests his commission upon
composition should be entirely ? from some homemakers telling CandlMonday.. June 10-BFOE vs of Maria Ruth Reddish are
secondary to the real question of Where do we go from here Ing In the shade or some us that they prefer to freeze the recommendation: :the completing Officers' Southern Discount, 5:30: ; PoMr.. and Mrs. J B. Whitehead
blanch orcooklJ1.R' School at The Infantry
light chore like standard 3 minute
shelling -
peas. fully cooked green beans rather beans in Fort Benning, Oa lice vs Coke. 7. instead of Mr and Mrs. A B.
freezing School
and ,
than beans only that have Final standings, first half: Whitehead as listed In last
I Gov. Kirks Available Now that we have l let our been blanched What's best? seasoned bouillon Cpl James Peterson, serving BPOE, 8-3; Southern. 5-4; week's Issue
for the American Army at
beans with
place grow up In trees, the might To prepare green
and thus move imo: prominence Well, two factors that Police 4-5: Coke 3-6.
It was a long time coming, but, image the Republican Party wild animals have about taken affect texture and flavor of freezlug by either method select Cochran, Ontario, Canada furCONNER LEADINGwas

Gov. Claude Kirk finally has ad- within the vice over and rabbits and squirrels frozen beans are: cooking variety for freezing. home In a ten day WOMEN'S LEAGUE MIMEO STENCILS, and Ink.

mitted he would like to serve as with the idea of gaining cavort and play the daylong time before. freezing and freez- pick young, tender beans loughLt With just threa games, left, Duplicating machines and
presidential nomination. right In our yard, But In liquid versus dry pack. when they're at best stage for Lloyd H Jennings' was Conner Insurance has a two supplies.! Bradford Countythe
vice president. There was a time earlier in the Imagine our surprise last Here are the results of some table use Wash and process stationed at Avon Park with Telerapfc.
have been con-
Many Floridians year when it appeared that Kirk Tuesday late In the afternoon testing using the standard them right after picking Snip 336th Bomber Group.

vinced of this all along, but the just might wind up on the Repub- when we saw a big, beautifuldoe blanching method. Beans off tips of washed beans and Miss Lillian Stump "daughter

GOP chief executive has been insisting lican ticket However, h i s grazing a short distance cooked and frozen in seasoned cut Into 1V4 inch lengths. of Postmaster and Mrs. } ,

that his far-flung speaking appeared to cool off for a behind our house. Sam's first bouillon and green beans Then you can process them by Pied F. Stump recently became K
before Republican chances reaction what is that either of the two methods Lt. 2nd In the Army A A
engagements spell. Now there are some who insist cooked and frozen in salted ;+
groups in the past year or 80 were he's still in the running.A brown cow doing out there? water. given Nurses Corp.'J.The ..M"r, ':

strictly to boost Florida or the statement from a member of But on second glance he saw The standard blanching 3 MINUTE ready BLANCH a kettle with at Florida Legislature passed 11 I s1'r ;
himself into It was a deer and excitedly Have
GOP, not to project the other method Immersing beans in a '
the Nixon organization called Alice to see the pretty least one gallon of rapidly. a three cent tax on cigar t' '
the national spotlight. day that the Florida governor sight. boiling water bath for a var- boiling water Place one pintof ettes to go Into effect July r a,, '1 R A v

Recently in Columbia, S. C., potential vice presidential iety of times-3, 8, 8, 10 and beans In wire basket and 1 1,1943. pl d y
dooms as
however, Kirk officially let out they, material seems to have boosted Of course If we had been 20 minutes then cooling bath im- immerse in boiling water. fiefs -

word that he would accept the Kirk's stock. However. with Nix- farming, and had a patch of drained mediately, packaged In ice water and frozen.; Cover and count time ,for 3 NEWS G

second spot on his party's ticket if and that raiding minutes.
on already the apparent favoritein corn' deer was The results from the various boiling
offered to him. It, our reaction would Remove basket from SENIOR
the southern states, it is not times.- the 3 minute blanch ico
The he put it, he would not Dixie for have been quite different so water and: Immerse It in "
likely that he will turn to gave the best beans bright Test coolness CITIZENS f F* r "
to "offend" the next president we hope that doe will restrict water, to chill beans.
want mate he land color firmest texture and fullest -
i his running should the velfe-
P of. this nation jby; ;turning the nomination. her.diet. to non-farming edibles flavor. As the blanching table.by When biting it into la cool to the By Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marine

down the vice presidential spot. if At the moment, Kirk's best opportunity .. time is increased to 8, 8. and tongue. It Is ready to pack.: There was a very good attendance
offered to him. 10 minutes the texture be- and at our last meeting VERSATILITY IS any activity and permits free-
it was away
shapes in the personof While had fair DRAIN beans right
up we've
a At MIDDLE NAME FOR er movement without !the fear
comes mushy and watery. and on May 28 in spite of tornado
The vice president question is Label, date
Gov. Nelson Rockefeller of amount of rain lately It has package them. Outdoor
Is rain. PONTOON BOAT of tipping the craft.
Kirk 20 minutes, the product warnings and heavy
one that has been hurled at New York who last week made a not .been enough to bring up completely unsatisfactory. freeze immediately Our library committee met Pontoon craft are making cooking fans find they have
time and again. At first his an- Florida seeking the level of the lakes apprec- COOKED AND FROZENIN for
into than enough room
quick foray Beans cooked and frozen In BOUILLON and did their fortnightly stint headlines in the boating more
swer was in the form of a ques- support in his quest for the nomi- iably, However, when the seasoned boulllln for a varietyof SEASONED of water 8 In repairing books Mrs. Marworld.. Last year more than 5.the charcoal grill and even a
tion. Why should a southerener summer dally rains start we Combine 3 cups have 000 sold, and 1968 looks table and chairs. There have
nation. times 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, and 20 1 teaspoon on- tha Minx agreed that we
.I be excluded from running for the There are some who see a think, there will be a gradual minutes cooled by Immersingthe bouillon 1 ,teaspoon salt in a library session only once a like an even'bigger year. been reports of enthusiastic

presidency? lIe insisted then that Rockefeller-Reagan alignment. If improvement' In that condi- pan In ice water, then 8 ion quart powder kettle, heat to boiling. month during the summer.. The' granddaddy of the card players inviting friends

he had the best job in the world this doesn't develop, and should tion. packaging the beans In their Add !beans [14 quarts cut Club member Al Nichols pontoon boat, is the log raft, out for a game of bridge It

i as Governor of Florida and intend. Rockefeller wind up with the As everyone who. lives In cooking liquid and frozen. The cover and bring to boll again. made a beautiful frame for and the same'reasons that apsouncs\ like a perfect change
full results the 12 minute cooking the Senior Citizens by Mrs, pealed to these early. boatmen of pace.
his term.
ed to serve out nomination it is conceivable that the country knows, there it : Boil 12 minutes Remove coveran the only person left
All the while, however, it was Gov. Kirk might get a chance not an unending battle to keep produced firm the texture best beans and -good'full 1 place kettle In ice water Jerome A get Johns well card was sent to account roominess for and today's stability. out of the picture the water
flavor stirring
in most political Governor of New trees weeds shrubs and bushes bath. Cook quickly, needs are
generally agreed to "offend" the eating. There was a .loss of Fill containerswith Gene Rayburn and we hope Most pontoon< boats are skier, but even his
\ quarters that Kirk was making York. from crowding in more bright green color, so that the ocrrsionally and liquid be sure the "Friends of the Library" powered by outboard motors.being met. Several manufacturers -
effort to a 'national -Lake City Reporter and more until, if unchecked. beans scroll which presented to are now selling pontoon -
every create } beans looked like canned beans. Seal and was Depending on the desire for
they will take over, At our liquid\ covers craft that can ,be equipped
beans. However, for those who for a speedy recovery from in
place, myrtle bushes thrive freeze. Yields 8 pints. speed, the engines range with bigger! outboards\ and
are looking for better flavor his knee operation. size from small fishing motors
ti9RL 4 The and they are closing in on texture In As summer time Is here It used as a tow boats.
Bradford County Telegraph and Sam Is busy and tender-firm SUMMER READING to 90 horsepower models says
.0 ESTABLISHED 1879 endlessly our trying .to push them frozen beans, we think this is PROGRAM TO STARTAT was decided to have picnic on the Evlnrude News Service.Pontoon boats. can be converted
the second Tuesday of each into houseboats with
a good way to prepare and LIBRARYA
Almost water
back. The trick Is to get them freeze them. Books Is month. Regular meetings will every sport the help of one of several doityourself" -
MEMBER E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher Tournament of can be enjoyed deck
tN while they are young becauseIf continue at the Recreation boamFIsh kits It's the per-
y Green beans cooked and underway! Boys and girls can of a pontoon ermen
OCR 19at 4 Florida's Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published ContlnouslyUnder a clump ever gets really frozen in salted water for a enter this festival of fun Center on the fourth Tuesday. and skin divers Uk. the roominess feet craft for boat-camping

1tIO11't The Same Masthead. started It means of job of variety of times 4, 12, and 20 starting June 7 at the Bradford We will met at the Keystone and extra storage space. trips or Just lazily cruising a ,
lake. It's the equivalent of afloating
chopping and hauling them minutes, then cooled by im- County Public Library. Beach on June 11th at 11 a.m Swimmers and sun-worshipers!
mersing the cooking pan in Earn a Tournament button and proceed to Tom and the pontoon boat like a lake cottage.
Published each Thursday'and entered as Second Clara Matter at the Poet Officeat off. Ice water. The results found while you enjoy a summer of Lisa: Hansen's place on Lakeuse floating! dock. With theontoon aid The popularity of pontoon -

Starke. Florida under Act of March 3rd, 1879. the 4 minute cooking time reading adventure. Join the Hutchlnson for our first picnic a canopy, the boatof craft points out again that
a We've got to get our car But Books at the this Bring your lunch whatever your hobbies or r
produced the best beans Tournament of year. becomes the perfect haven for
Subscription tn trade area: 1 year, $450; 6 months, $2.M tags soon (June 20 is the beans prepared and frozen by Bradford County Library today utensils, a beach chair and summertime laziness. Photo- ,'boating needs there's reasonably -

Outside trade area: 1 year, $5.00; 6 months, $2.75 deadline 1 and then get our this method were not as satisfactory Get complete details a i cheerful smile. graphy bugs enjoy the stability priced equipment that

car; Inspected. We believe that as either the standard from the librarian./ Toe Kerrigan. ** which feta them focus on will suit you perfectly

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Keystone Hit ices Take Volunteers Little First LeagueThe PlaceIn Awards Feature, '

By JIM FOX Volunteers jumped into

Please Phone in Your Items 473-4148 first place in the Keystone Graduation

Little League Saturday nighton KHS
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----I the no-hit pitching of
WOMAN'S CLUB ing the part it must play to Jimmy Martin. The Fire Department -i

INSTALLS OFFICERSThe achieve a harmonious result team defeated:! Cun Thirteen awards to out- Johnston, Rotary Scholarship. graduates:
Woman's Club of Keystone The new officers for 1907- I ningham's in the first game standing members of the graduating In his commencement .address Owen Baker Jr.. Mariiy-

Heights Installed newly 68 are as follows: Mrs. Sara 4-0 scoring two runs In the class highlighted commencement Clay County SUperin- Kay BarclaY Leslie Am

elected officers for the com- McDonald, president; Mrs. first and two In the second. ," t I :;i i0 ,; exercises In the tendent of Schools Jesse P. Beam Virginia Arlene Bleu
ing year on Tuesday afternoon Kenneth Liggett, 1st vice-!' Kent Morgon pitched for Cun ii 4 / ",,.'. 4. ., ..4hf ""I il,.<", ,! ""\" ..' -., Keystone Heights High School Tynes advised the graduatesto dale, Connie Lynn Byrd, carolyn
May 28 at the home of president; Mrs. DavU Nelson,' ningham. In getting his no- ",'< 'I' '5"J.1'' .,' j gym Monday night Diplomaswere remember always that they Ruth Chance, oieni

Mrs. Henry Schuber on Clover 2nd. vice-president; Mrs. El-| hitter, the first of the season, ''<.." ''<; 'J. ." ,'? '"j awarded to 24 graduates. are human beings and subject Thomas Few, Jacqueline Dlan
Lane. don Kimmons, recording secretary Martin struck out 14 batters'' \ '". ," t" Receiving special awards to making mistakes. "The Important Godwin! Dorothy R. Harden
Mrs. C. A. King of Gaines- ; Mrs. Ralph Grfln.1! Scales Super Store won the,': i. t t ., .I'f;.. were: Marilyn Barclay, Math- thing he said, "is to bergh. Winifred Grace Hawlce

ville. President of the Alachua corresponding ; second game 4-2 over Belote's ematics: Jacqueline Godwin recognize those mistakes, acknowledge Kenneth Michael Hesket
Federation\ of Women's Clubs Fremont Tolles. treasurer; and Drugs. David Thacker started)I Science: James Wlldt Activities them, and learn to Daniel M. Hlnck, Wayne RD

was the installing officer. I Mrs. Edward Raynor, Mrs. L. on the mound for Belote, but : Mike Heskett, Athletics; profit by them." land Homer Malmcolm Johnston
Mrs. King compared a suc- B. Clark Mrs. A. P. Hallmann, was relieved later In the game Wayne Homer, Principal's Deborah Knight, class valedictorian .Deborah Knight, La'ur
cessful club to a fine march-I directors. by Bret Cole. Tommy Smart Award: Deborah KnIght, spoke 'on "Today's Jane McCullough' :Robert Hi
Ing band, all In step and following Following the Installation,) pitched for Scales. Belote Reader's Digest award; Deborah Challenge" and!! Jacqueline chael Murwin, Larry Jo

the lead instrument of Mrs. David Nelson, retiring'' came to bat In the last Inning -. Knight and Danny Godwin salutatorian had as Ricks, Gerald Lee Sheet,
the band. She presented each president, presented Mrs. McDonald -| with the score 4-0 in favor of Kink, "I Dare You" award. : her topic, "A Free People." Laura Ann Trlest, Roxanna: /

new\ officer with miniature with the \;president's; Scales, and started a rally Lonnie Petty Reunited With Sons Glenn Few Board of Regents Mrs. George Canova, organist Valledejull. Peggy Ann Vo?
musical Instrument, descrlb- pin and gavel. Mrs... .John Bird, that almost won the game for Certificate of Merit; Deborah I played the traditional processional les James Lewis Wildt, an
in turn, presented Airs. Nelson I them With two out they succeeded Lonnl! Petty (center), of Putnam Hall, Hall, who wan traveling In Southern California Knight and Jacqueline Godwin and recessional and .Pat Louise Wrinkle

'with the past president's pin.,, in getting two runs wall reunited' lust week with his two Nona, earlier thin year. They were both living Superintendent's Award; accompanied the soloist Mrs :The Baccalaureate series

KEYSTONE'HEIGHTS I Mrs. McDonald gave a brief across the plate, but left the Miller Petty (left), anti Jack Klwood after In Orange County, near Los Angeles. Jane McCullough, Editor In ,Linda Warton. The devotionalwas was delivered by Rev. La

outline of tentative ,plans for I tying run on second base un- a period of 28 years during. : which they hud The sons. flew here for a reunion with Chief of Yearbook; Marilyn given by Marlon, !! Barclay rence Carroll at the Fin

next year and also announcedher able to score. Final score 4-2, not seen each other, or had any communication. their father last week and a highlight of Barclay, Assistant Editor in a member of the graduatingclass. Baptist Church of Keystor,

selection of committee Scales winning. their vlHlt wait an IIld-Ia. lllon"ll barbecue Chief of Yearbook: Danny Heights, Sunday 'evening '",

x chairmen for the'new'year.Refreshments I Next Saturday night an- The turns were eontiicttxl! through Lonnln for the Petty and their friend. and neighbor Hinck, Junior-Senior Woman's Diplomas were presented by 7:30: o'clock.

were served ,, other double header at the ,Frtty'H brother, C. It. Petty, aim of Putnam *. Club Scholarship; Malcolm: Supt. Tynes to the following<
by hospitality committee members City Park.Harold.

DIRECTORY I Mrs. Earl Voyles, Mrs.A. 'VIew Drive last week .next them happiness in their new late Mrs/Etta K..Menge.
Hallman, Mrs. A. Williams, Snellen Schools To Offer tor of the school, assisted 'by I
Clay County;>> door to William Reynolds Sr. home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ck
Mrs. F. Koons, Mrs. A. Nelson, Misses Leslie Beam and Pa-
and L. Miss Carol. Rothhammergraduated board!
Sets Fine RecordAt Mr. Mrs. D. Hughesof I > of Gainesville attended
and Mrs. John Bird. tricia Wrinkle. have been Cum Laude ,
Expanded Summer ProgramsAcademic Houston, Texas Magna graduation exercises Frldil
BEAUTY SHOP Forty-one. members and Carson-Newman I Faculty members are: visiting Mrs. Hughes' mother, from Little Rock Universityon I night. -

guests were present despitethe I Beginners: Mrs. William Mrs. Ethel Wyman, and Arthur May 28. She .received the Members of. the .Girl'silary Aui
KEYSTONEBEAUTY Inclement weather. I I Harold Snellen, son of Mrs and enrichment Limited academic programsin Reynolds Jr, assisted by Misses Coombs for the past week. Alumni Award at Commence- ) of the Ellam ;EapUi,
SHOPEdith DUPLICATE. BRIDGE I I Tom Crutchfield of Keystone programs will be offered In arithmetic and reading will Diane !Ilgen Gina Massa, They stopped enroute and will ment exercises for being the Church will hold ,Its
OwnMPersonal The Duplicate Bridge Club : Heights, graduated from Car- every area of Clay County, be offered, at each of the following Bonnie McLean, Kady Hlnck,, repeat their visit on their return second ranking student in a Vacation: Bible"School June ann 1
Johnson sponsored by the Keystone Jefferson starting June 17 and running elementary schools: and Joann Kuykendall.
I son-Newman College at to visit their son at Pen- graduating class of 289. Her through 14. All
& Creative Hair Styl- Heights Woman's Club meets I City, Tenn. on Friday through July 26, Superintendent Charles E. Bennett, W. E. Primary: [Grades 1 and 2] sacola. cumulative grade average for the community youngsters Invited

ing Every Form 9-5 of Beauty closed I every Monday night at the May 24, with the degree of Jesse P. Tynes, Jr. an- Cherry, Doctors Inlet, Key- Miss Susan Bird; Miss Elaine Mrs. Feme Huckett has returned four years was 3.767. attend. are '

Culture Tuea.-Sat. ; Municipal Building Play be- 1 Bachelor of Science. He is a nounced this week. stone Heights, Mlddleburg Lovorn, craft leader. [Grades, to her home on Key- On Honors Night, May 27, Plans are being convplet

gins promptly at 730.: graduate of Keystone Heights As a result of federal, state and Orange Park Elementary. 2 and 31 Mrs. Ernest McLean; stone Lake after a long ab- Carol received! the Richard for the Vacation Bible\ Schoo*

NURSERY Winners,; .the May 27 High School where he left an and local funds, a broader At the S. Bryan Jennings Mrs. Ed Yates, crafts. sence and Illness following the Stanley Cooper Literary to be held at Faith Presto
meeting were: Mrs. Joseph excellent record.At program is being provided Elementary School programsin Juniors: [grades and 5] death: of Dr. Huckett. Her son, Award from the English De terlan Church.
O.C.Carnes NurseryHwy. Dey and Mrs. Arnold Larsen, Carson-Newman, Harold this summer .than formerly. arithmetic reading, enrich- Mrs. Bud Mizell; Mrs. John John and his wife accom- partment. She will attend. Rev and Mrs. James Neale

.100, Florahome 639-2165 first place; Mr. and Mrs. Al- .was elected to Blue Key Na- The programs in all geogra- ment and special education Bird, crafts. [Grade 5] Mrs.. panied her and have made graduate school at State Col- In Montreal. ,N. C. attendln
Nursery Stock Thousands bert Bachmann .second place; tional Honor Fraternity. This phic areas will be coordinated will be offered I Richard Sunderland; Mrs, arrangements for Miss Ethel lege of Arkansas in September annual General Assemblythe \
and Mr. and Mrs. Fremont by Miss Louise Batten The recreational Thomas Gregory, crafts,
I fraternity awards
of Plants & Fruit Tree to Plucker to stay with Mrs. on a graduate assistant- Presbyterian Church,
Tolles. third place. outstanding and Roy Roddy. for high schools and [Grade 61 Mrs. Myron PrevattJr. ,.
to men who have shl ,.
.choose from Shade Trees, Evergreens Huckett for a while. S. June 6 through 12. :Rei
& Landscape Plants in CANCER CRUSADEMrs. I abilities In the area of service, Academic programs will be tary pupils, other elemen-I .; Mrs. William Warren, Miss Marilyn Bridges returned Rev. and Mrs. T. A. Steuart, Neale is the Commissioner
containers. John Bird chairmanfor leadership, scholarship: and offered at Clay High School attending S. Bryan crafts. home last week from and children, Janet and Mike, the Suwannee Presbytery.1.
Keystone Cancer Crusade also memberof for the Keystone Heights and Elementary will be plannedand Youth: [grades '7-12J Mrs. )
Camellias &: Azaleas 1' integrity. He Is a an extended tour of Spain, have moved from Melrose to A driving rain and sea
wishes! .to thank all the Society Green Cove Springs areas promoted by the coaches Barry Wyman Sr.; Mrs. Miller
the Science
Let tl Do Your Landscaping Morocco, and Algeria on the Gainesville, where Al will attend hail failed. to dampen tt
contributors who gave so generously -I which he attained by his superior and at Orange Park High and athletic personnel on the Wrinkle, crafts. northern coast of Africa. She graduate school spirits .of 19 graduating MO!
and all the volunteerswho work In chemistry. School for the Orange Park summer program at the high' Mrs. Roy Turknett will be
USED CARS I made the trip with friends Mrs. Nell Ross has returned, lore Friday night. A threatening .
worked so diligently In The. Carson-Newman chapter Doctors Inlet, and Mlddleburg schools serving all areas of in charge of worship and fel- and relatives from ChicagoOn from a visit with her son sky erupted in a downpot

Hanks Used Cars the recent campaign. i of the American Chemical areas. the county. In some areas this lowship singing each morning her return trip to Key- Glen Mlngledorf and family: in the middle of the ceremot

FIREMEN MEET I Society was organized largely will include swimming instruction Mrs. Marshall Gallop will jstone, she stopped to visit her in Murphreesboro, Tenn. I lea, drowning out .the voice
BIG CASH DISCOUNT The regular meeting of the through Harold's efforts and as well as other serve as pianist, and Mrs. grandmother, Mrs. R W. Stuc- Rev. and Mrs. James Fink I the speakers. However j judtfj

TERMS Fire Department was held he served as its first presidentIn Poppy DayIs recreational programs. George Massa and Mrs. Don- key of Stuckey, 8. .C. and family are in Texas attending from the Jubilant look on It
BUY SELL TRADE 7, with Parents are requested to ald Morgan will have chargeof
Tuesday evening. May his senior year. Bit SuccessAt The Jack Haberstrohs are the Southern Baptist grads faces, this had to be
Rt. 1 Box 90.Hwy.
President Redfearn presiding. School Is check with the principal of refreshments.Mrs. .
Keystone Heights In Willlamsport, Pa. for the Convention. They will return milestone Ju their life.
., 100 ajQlo S. Twenty-one members attended. very proud of the record made KeystoneAmerican the school that their child attends William Sumpter will graduation' their youngest Sunday,

CONCRETE PRODUCTS by Harold Snellen in his col- for further information. take charge of the nursery, daughter. Marcia, who has Ronnie Harvey of Oklahoma A reception honoring ti
Assistant Chief Pat Bradley : lege work and wishes him Legion Auxiliary, concerning academic or recre- thus enabling mothers to workin been living with a brothers City Okla Is visiting Ills un- graduates was held In ti

INSIST THAT ALL YOUR reported eight fire calls dur- i success in the years ahead. 'held Keystone-Melrose its first' annual Unit Poppy 202 atlonal programs. the Bible School. She ha and family there during thee cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. [Continued On Next Page!,
OONCKZTB: PRODUCTS ing April. First Aid Officer worked at the post for th past school term. Marcia will Vlrgle Rowe and family. Vis- -
25 under the
Day on May
ARE THE BEST FROMEdward' Everett Fox reported eight Daily Vacation past three years. return with her parents for itors at the Rowe home Sun- '
leadership:: of Chairman SCHEDULE :
ambulance calls during the The closing program\ will be the summer.At day were Mr. and:* Mrs. Frank
ST ANNE'S NEWSA Blanche Cunningham. Bible School held at 7:30 OF SERVICES
: p. m. Sunday
Building same period. this reporting Mrs. Sara Welland and children Frankie
program of poetry and Poppy Day is sponsoredeach
Committee members report Starts June 10 June 16, in the educationbulldln McDonald is a patient In Billy, and Kathy of Wllli&ton
musical accompaniment was year by the American
Supply, Inc. that plans are well underwayfor Morris with Mrs. Frank Bradford County Hospital for Mr. and Mrs. David Williams PARKof
presented by Deerlc Legion Auxiliary to remind
the annual Firemen's Ball, Dally Vacation Bible School Ilgen in charge of refresh- rest and treatment and family of Gainesville -,
and Terry King on Sunday Americans of the sacrifices of -th. '
726 8. Mate -872-4844 scheduled for Saturday even will be held in the communIty -' ments. Frank Price is recoveringfrom visited his parents. Mr.
afternoon at the Parish House life and health made by the
Registration be held
FLA. will
GAINESVILLE. ing. August 10. Additional details Church educational build surgery at Riverside Hospital and Mrs. Henry Williams PALMS
of armed forces.
men our
will be provided at a [Continued On Next Pagel ing from 9 to 11:30: a. m., Monday June 10. Come early In Jacksonville Johnny Matthews spent the
Contributions are devoted June 1014. and bring a friend with you I
--- ----- weekend in Melrose visitinghis SUNDAYS
entirely to the rehabilitationand
Boys and girls from pre- to Bible School. YYYYYYyyy'yyyyyyyyy parents, Mr. and Mrs.
child welfare work for ,,,11:ClO AJM. 7:30: P Jr.,
school age [(4 to 61 I through Ralph Mathews, and other
The Words Are
disabled veterans conducted
high school are invited to en- friends. THURSDAYS
"Thank Yau" by the Auxiliary. I MELROSEBy 7:30 P.M.
"The Post 202 Auxiliary roll.The NEWS NOTESBy Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pre- t
would like to thank Mayor vost and children of Keystone
Word', Today's Hope," Is ex- Helen Joyce Rowe
Raymond G. Starnes and all! I will soon move to Melrose. TEACHING
those who contributed to pected to provide a week of ..............a &A4A They will make their homeon
For My Loyal 1 Supporters' Friends and make this first Poppy Day challenge, excitement and COMMUNITY CHURCH Lake Santa Fe in the All t 9-n Ices Held In Tk
fun while working with the Our deepest sympathy to
such a huge success," Mrs. A highlight of the week was home formerly owned by the New Bible Center
crafts that are provided.Mrs. the Glen E McClure family
Cunningham said. the observance of "Anniver-
Barry Wyman is direciy. for Mr. McClure died Monday,
sary Sunday" Dr. and Mrs.A.
VOTERS OF CLAY COUNTY 27 at Shands Teaching Hospital -
C. Holt last Sunday. Dr.
from injuries in a recent
Register Now For Fall Term
Holt retired as pastor of the automobile accident. Funeral
church a year and
ago many
-r services were held Thursdayat
It Is impressible to adequately convey to you my deep sense of former members came long Faith Presbyterian Church'
distances to hear him preach I. with Rev. James Neale conducting GADARA COUNTRY DAY

appreciation for the tremendous manner in which you rallied I again last Sunday. services. Burial was in SCHOOL. KINDERGARTEN
Among those from out of
to my call for "new leadership," pushing me successfully 1 town attending the services the Melrose Cemetery. :
Mrs. Walter E. Olson of
were Mrs. Bill Lee of New I '
through two elections for ,the Democratic nomination for Coun- I :; ?' Port Richey: the Misses\ Helen Rlverdale, Md. spent Sunday LIMITED ENROLLMENT -
and Monday with her mother,
ty Commissioner from District., II I and Marlene Lambert, and Mrs. Pearl Wingenbach. I
For Children 3 To
I Miss Lydia MoLeod of Atlanta. 5 I) Years Of Age
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Orollck
Ga., who are guests of
I in the of I have moved from Melrose) to Call Mrs. Heskett
Although was not experienced art. "politicking, I their grandparents. Mr. and 473-4974
-- 3 Keystone Heights. We wish l
Mrs. Charles Wallenlua and
this being my first such venture, I soon sensed that many of 1 +t ,I the Ernie Widegrens, of: Dela

you believed as I did, that it Was time for new leadership, busi- ware. I

ness-like planning, more respect for your tax dollars, and greater FELLOWSHIP The regular monthly CLUB cover-|'' An Open Letter To The Voters Of Clay County

ed dish luncheon of the Fellowship -
attention to the development of' ALL OF CLAY COUNTY. Club will be >held at

Therefore, I was inspired to work 'harder every day during the .0 the.Masonic June 13, at Hall 12:30.:on Visitorsare Thursday -' From Luther E. (Cooter) WilsonDEAR

campaign. !' f cordially invited. President
Ethel Wyman will conduct

I wish at this time to renew/my pledge that, If successfulin One ,For The Book open hour when discussion members and may social discuss -' FRIENDS:

November I shall use energies unsparingly for the bet- I summer plans for the I
my I I wish to thank all of friends and
luncheon day through August. my supporters who worked so hard

terment of the county in which we are proud to make our home. Nine For You HOMEM.\KERS COUNCIL i for re-election
my as County Commissioner. District
A late change In plans, ( 1. No candidate

I solicit the suggestions; of long-time residents and newcomers brought the eight clubs of ''could ever ask for dedication
more than I
Every.payday, set aside' a definite amount one Clay County Homemakers and, received from the good peopleof
alike, and wish to assure everyone ,that I will be on the job and their families to Keystone I Clay County.
I out of evedy ten dollars, perhaps for "the Beach for their annual picnic '
AVAILABLE at any time you may feel I can be of service.I 'I
book" your Savings Account passwork. Dollar The on Memorial young Day people' last enjoyed week. We all realize that Mr. Newell. faces Republication opposition In

welcome the pledged support of my primary opponent in after dollar and swimming and water sports,)I November and I for
i your money grows, earns more, and a covered dish luncheon I one pledge myself to support .Mr. Newell. .in the

l the :November general election, and want at this time to invite 1 thanks to interest, compounded regularly. was served at noon. Seven' coming General Election against his Republican opposition. I wish. Mr

Keystone Club members attended -!
everyone Democrats Republicans, and Independents I including the president Newell all the luck in the world In forthcoming campaign.In .

to join me in making Clay County Florida's most progressive. Mrs. Mildred Payton.

PERSONALS 11 closing ,promise to all of the of
I KEYSTONE STATE BANK Rev. and Mrs. Frank Mllner '' people Clay County that I will

: have returned from a two- continue my fight to insure good government in our county.
week vacation in Texas.
Homer Newell Member FJXI.C. Keystone Height. Fla. The Van Mllners have left With kindest regards, I am, very -uly yours,

i Keystone Heights, as Mr. MU-i 1
:'our Friendly Bank In Your ner has been transferred to
I ) Friendly the Richmond, Va. area. LUTHER E. (Cooler) WILSONpd.

K (pd. pol. adv..) II I 'Community." The Walter Grollcks moved I'I ( pol. adv.)
I Into their new 'home on Lake-

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. were his son and faintly Mi, was killed u Te w, !days later j by Thel\' program will begin -
roommate Miss weekend: Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Sunday dinner guests of :Mr. paiiicd by her
KEYSTONEH1LITES and Mrs. Jim Zowarkl and Judy Crap! of Enterprise, Ala. Tyre, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.Mitchell -.I I and Mrs. L. A Childs, Sue a land mine. \ I r with morning worship at 11 M.IMEO! STENCILS, ana Ink.
Ellen and Ray of Ft. Pierce, Bit. Crews frcm
and family. The families be- Both Jane and Judy are com- Mr. and Mrs. JenningsMurrhee THERESSABy graduated dinner at 1 p. m. The annual Duplicating machines and
' Seth Saturday and Sunday, and his Naples Sr. High School In
Mr. and Mrs. "
came close friends while both pleting their studies at Troy business meeting of the organization supplies Bradford County;
daughter and family Air 1966. He was song-director for
men were stationed In Jack- State University. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs, Gil- Dorothy Mills
Force Sgt. and Mrs. Jim the Naples Church of Christ.. win follow. Telegraph.
sonville with the Navy. Mr and Mrs. Dan Pater, ofNelson's bert Reed Mr. and: Mrs. Bus- Phone 473-4318
ter Aiken and Mr. and Mrs. Blair Ronnie, Joyce and He Is survived 'by. his par- All family connections andInterested -
; from Preceding heel Friends and neighbors of Point, have Just returned -
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Methvin from Las Vegas where C. S. O'Brien. I. r.yv..v.v..y.m.. Kathy, Sunday and Monday.The ents; two sisters.. Miss Linda friends are cordially
and music were and Blairs who have just returned and Miss Marilyn Crews, and itwlt RUBBER: STAMPS and
The poetry and family, of Peach St., were they were visiting with their Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hayes I Ichlldl'en Hope Baptist Church 4.,
Deeric and Terry and: from three years in was the nephew of lit Mrs Paili.- Bradford County Tele
'composed by sorry to see them move on son and daughter-in-law. Lt. Dana and Bobby, Sunday School, 10 a. m.; -A, J. Thomas.SecretaryTreos. .
.respectively. :It wouldi appear Tuesday of last week. Jack's and Mrs. Daniel Pater III. Jeff Batts spent the weekendat Morning Worship 11 a, m.; Japan, were enroute to his Mabel Supp of l New; ZUvvr, and I graph Ph 961-6303.
have new composers the new duty station at Key West.. Pierce Crews of I
that we might company has transferred him They continued their travelsto the Hayes' camp .In Training Union 6:30: p. m' Lawtei. I!
;f In our midst. where Ocala National Forest. Mr. and Mrs Percy Sullivanof be In
Services will hold
to the Orlando office. San Diego Calif. Evening Worship, 7:15: p. !n.;
'I. The Rev. George Milam. of and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Wldegren Palatka were here Sunday Naples at 2 with
Stephan Brokas, son of Mr. they visited Mr. Wednesday: evening Prayer> p. m. Friday THEATRE
\st. Andrew's in Interlachen, and Mrs. Alex Brokas returned Richard Sunderland rJodie[ ], and daughter. Sue, who are Service, 7:30: p. m.; choir visiting his parents. Mr. and burial in Naples Memorial FLORIDA
was guest celebrant of the they also now residing in Newark Del- : Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan, and Gardens '
home last week after complet While in California, practice following the service. i\
!Sunday mass. ing his freshman year at visited other members of their aware, are visiting their former Rev. Fred JJodd brought I !their son, Percy Jr, and farm
1 The EYC will conduct a Wltchita State Unlvel'sltyl neighbors Mr. and Mrs. ily. T1IOM\S: REtlNIO!
family. the message Sunday evening \ Showtime Weekdays 7:00: Sunday 3:00.-
Sunday evening, Friends of Mrs MnlanatHersey -
(meeting this Kansas. John Martin, son of Mr. Whitey Haynes. On Monday SET FOIl JUNE 16
at 7:30.: Leslie Rhoden former foot- and Mrs. E. T. Martin, was of this week, the Widegren'sson as the pastor Rev. Merle will be glad to know The William and Louisa Saturday 1:00:
Packham, and Mrs. Packham
I plEBE, N THERE ball coach at Keystone High home last weekend for a visit Jerry arrived for a visit attended Baccalaureate Service that she returned to her home Wilson Thomas family reunion .
Eric Oarber. a sophomoreat with his family and .friends. Sunday from Bradford:! County will be held at Beulah Baptist
John is
School was visiting Mr. and with his family. pre- in Starke for the 19G8 FRIDAY, SATURDAY JUNE 7, 8
the University of Pennsyl- will graduate from Hospital in Starke and is Church State Road 21
Mrs. Alex Brokas and family sently stationed In' Albany Jerry BUS class of on
vania Law School, is at home last week. Prior to his visit Ga. Georgia Tech on Friday evening which their! Matthew, is Improving following her recent in Clay County [rbetween Keystone Double Feature Program
with his family, the Charles Coach Rhoden had: been a patient Mr. and, Mrs. Leamon Tem and will start graduate member. illness. ,' Heights and Mlddlcburg,,
Garbers of Nelson's Point, for at the Medical Center, pIe and young son. Leamon, school during the summer ses a i I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G miles north of Gold Head vI -
his summer vacation. where he had minor Blytheville Air Force Vacation Bible School D. Griffis and family and Mrs.I Branch State Parkl on Sunday
undergone Jr., of ,
sion.Sorry Plans are being made for Rhonda tills week TittWAR WAGON ROLLS AND THE SCREEN EXPLODES!
David Schaeffer, who Is now surgery. He Is presently Base, Arkansas, are here\ for' a, to learn that Mrs. Dampier I .Mine IB, Fathers Pay I
Vacation Bible School to begin Pauline Sears and
residing in Jacksonville, was teaching and coaching. In two-week visit with the Frank, Herb Nelson is still a patientat were Mrs.
soon at Hope Church. Exact Donald Williamsof
Mr. Mrs.
home for a weekend visit with Florence Ala. Ottlngers. Leamon is Mrs. Otf the Bradford County Hospital -
I that she is dates and more Informa- :Miami and on Sunday Mr. STAR RERDSNESS .d
his family, the George Schaef- tinger's son. : Herb reports ;
Mrs. Cliff the
Chapman rOn tion will
this col-
Mr. responding well to the new appear and Mrs. Rupert O. Zeiglerof
fers. Sunday afternoon,
former Jane McMurtry, Is and Mrs. Don Morgan enter- medication, ands:!, hopes to be umn next week.Community Gainesville.
cmdr. and Mrs. Hicks-- !
home with her parents Mr.
f Recent guests of Mr.
parents.Dr. ,. home We all wish her a
tained Mr. Morgan's soon. !
Beach of Jacksonville, were and Mrs. for O
Kyle McMurtry,
A recreation period is held Mrs. Cecil T. Newsome were
and Mrs. C. M. of speedy recovery. IA NE DOUGLAS
Newcastle, Pa, Dr. and Mrs. ,, Miss Susan Smith a mph every Monday' evening begin- their son and daughter-in-
ning at 7:30: at the Thevessa law. Mr. and Mrs. Thrower x -
University DIRECTORY
and at the
Ted Blizzard, and Mr. omore
STARKE NURSING HOME Mrs. W. C. Cochran of Day- Florida, was a guest of, Herb Community House. Community Newsome and sons, of Mary- "
residents of all ages are land; daughter Mrs Peggy 11T2
tona, with an outing at their Nelson,\! Jr. and Mr. Nelson,
welcome. Jewel anj ,
Sr. last weekend.
Lake Geneva home. AUTO
808 S. COLLEY ROAD On Monday morning of this lA. Col. [Ret.l and Mrs. H. Softball Team Miss Margaret; Ann Jewel, of SERVICE I TECHNICOLOR"PANAVISION"ABATJAC !

Phone 9(54( .6220 week. Dr. and Mrs. Booher Foster Hamilton, of Charleston The Trlest Softball team Jacksonville; and son-in-law PRESENTATION A MARVIN SCHWARTZ PRODUCTION Universal Picture
Starke, Fla. will play Brooker this eveningat And daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
returned to their home In S. C., were Gilbert S. Brown
Pennsylvania, after a two- the home of Col. and Mrs. West Side Park In Stnrke Alvin Hunter and son of -- PLUS -

1. We brave complete Burning service for adult ol ''I week visit. Dr and Mrs. Boo- Jim Chessington. in the second half of league Hollywood.Mr. Standard OH Service' Station

all ..... her are hopeful that they will Eric Redfearn, son of Mr. play Starting time Is 7:30.: ( and Mrs. E. S. Sibley ATLAS b&t16J ,

soon be able to retire to their and Mrs. W H Redfearn, Sr., Now Arrival were Friday visitors of Mr. TIRES R BATTEIHES': &4
home last week for a Their many friends here and Mrs. Carlos Youngblood Budget Term Rnail Service
arrived *
j .. I Peaoh St. home. !NJNnu
We have R.N.a and L.PJT on :24 bone
duty will be glad to learn that former in Willlslon. The Sibleys .
Robert Morgan, son of Mr... 30-day visit with his family Phone G1I-707I !
P a lay. resident Rev. Dale Brad- the weekend visiting mCOLIEC1ION
and' Mrs. Bill Morgan, has returned and friends. He is serving a spent 107 N. Temple 8tarLrHURST'S @ -
V ,, to his Job In Palatka "four-year" hitch with the ley and Mrs. Bradley are the i her sisters. Mrs. Nadeau in 1 ;:> PlEJu tY. .' !

.. We have our Own X-ray and laboratory. (Mr. after enjoying a week's vac- Coast Guards and will be sta-I parents of a daughter, Adina i Hollywood and Mrs. H. E. .
Lynn, born May 27 at Bercher Moorer and Mrs. B. C. Powellin IMnn..n by ROny XT YOUNC6:% r ay .d.my AWne.SUN.
City Ill., where Rev. Bradley South Miami.
lobut Islands. He Is pmnlovM as a I and Mrs. Mike Red-
) Is pastor of a Baptist Church visitors of Mr. and SII E r, i.
pharmacist with City Drugs in fearn and daughters of Miami Sunday ., MON., TUI H. JUNE 9, 10, 11
Palatka. I were in town this weekend for Local grandparents ore Mr. Mrs. Percy Sullivan, Jr. were Service Station
t. W'e are licensed for 5.1 beds by th! State Board I Eric's "welcome home party." and Mrs. Clyde':! Bradley. Mr and Mrs. Sidney Grlffis

of HtxUtb Ucoiuw No. :9. I The following the Shriner's residents Initiation attended Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Pltz PERSONALS of Starke and Mr. and Mrs.. (11011" LubricationOoodyaar OI 'i a 't ( .
Thursday evening dinner Donald of Melrose
I J and Frederick ,
and sons Johnny Tiro & ll.itlwrltwItOAl :
Convention, in Ocala over the
recent guests of Mr. and Mrs P. C. HaroU< Mills of Jacksonville lp.wn.
Wo I of Miami were ) I SIOKVK:< :
have a modem Hreproof building wlUi ceotoal guests of Mrs. Pltz's parents,, Mabry were Mrs. Robci.t Hess Beach and Miss' Dorothy Mills METRO OWN IW .
alr-c) dJtloaer and beat. I Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Wy- and son Chuckle of Gainesville enJoyed a fishing trip Satur lUll mid 1110 Slarlin ,

'I man of Lake Geneva.On On Sunday I ho Mabrys day with their brotherinlawand ELVISPRESLEY

6. We are vrlthla two block of the Bradford County Sunday, Mr and Mrs.. visited her brolhcr-in-lnw! and sister Mr und Mrs. Percy
sister Mr and Mrs. A. J. Lowery Sullivan, at Palatko.
HOBpltat."L Wyman hosted: a party for Gears grinding?
former classmates of their In JacksonvilleWeekend Think About It BURGESS MEREDIiII-JOAN BlONOEll
and son-in-law.. pup( .ts of Mr. and "I expect to pass throughthis ) /
I daughter
"L 7,. We have a flno staff of Doctors' tervlng the I I Guests Included Mr. and Mrs.. Mrs. J. I>, Phillips were their world but once Any good XAIYJURAOOTHOMAS GOMEZ

floral 1I Al Wallberg and daughter,, son and dumhler and families thing therefore that I can

I : I and Mr. and Mrs. C Andrews Mr an J, Mrs acne Pnmdl, do, or any kindness I can
I Doris und of Ilnllnn- show fellow human be.
of Gainesville. Tony, to any
.. Wt are V.A. approved. I and daughter PAIAVIs10I AID MHROCOLOR
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wolfe dale. liiff let ma do it row. Let me

IS".> and. their daughter Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. Seth Griffith not deter nor neglect It, for I

.. We are approved by; the State Welfare Agency : ::1:1ITH of Daytona, were also guests and! sons of West Hollywood I shull not puss this way I WED.'i'ntJUS.-JUNE 12, 19
at the Wyman's home. Mr. were Sunday! visitors of Mr ugaln" [Stephen Orellct] i

10. W. are approved UDder Medicare. Wolfe is Mrs. Wyman's brother. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan II RPM gear lubricants keep I

r i' EiIMAN: Mr. anti Mrs Donald SolRlor Sgt. Bob Crews metal surfaces moving O The story<> of a girl' called Sara ,
of Melroi.e visited her mother
i'j ( BINGO NOTICE smoothly, quietly; cut wear.
j 11. Wo are large enough to give all auralng .eryloeo Don't forget to attend Bin Mrs S.ivnh>\ ,. JJt\l( .Cr#, aj| .Cryhtal Is KilJeclH 1.1 .-i m and the y she gave to

that an adult may need, but wnaU euougb go sessions at: 7:30: every Fri- I Luke Sumliiv.. In Vietnam STANDARD 1 a different man each month.

'. to provide a family atmoitpnero. day evening, at St. William's I Mr. and Mrs." Newell Home OIL V
Catholic Church: and at 8 p. 'of Miami spent last Wednesday But. Robert L [tBobl Crews, J "WC '
Call Your Standard Oil
tlirou"h: Sunday with herparents >
I at the a grandson of former Lee
W. Mr J. II.and Moncrief t I. In charge of complete laboratory ITO CALL FOR THE BEST m.American every Legion Saturday Hall. Both Mr and Mrs. Marlon County Commissioner Pliny B. MAN\ IN STARKEK. 1
x-ray faculties. Laboratory No. S24.
Sullivan. G. DUNCAN I vcn2r" 1
groups guarantee that every Crews, was killed in Vietnamon ,
We Comply With Title 6, Civil Rights Law BUY ON YOUR INSURANCE individual is a potential winner Mr. and Mrs Paul Maynardwere May 22. He is the son oi 964-5132 '

home for the weekend Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Crews Jr. .
J CALL, WRITE OR COME BY MERRITTWILLIAMS POST 202: NOTICE from Burlington( N. C. of Naples. StandardOil Company(Inc.In Ky.) Ii IiI

AND VISIT WITH US. A special announcement was Saturday evening visitor of S rt. Crews wasa member of -

released this week by Commander Lt. and Mrs W. E Dampier the Ninth Cavalry, First Cav-

Lawton B. Thomas, Owner-Administrator 117 N. Walnut Street Tom Bryant of Amer- were Sgt. and Mrs. Bobby alry Airborne Dlv., stationed I

Mrs. Gertrude Kauffinan-Asst. AdministratorWE PHONE 964-5391: ican Legion Post 202
an Important meeting to sonville. On Sun'ay: the Dam. Camp Evans the division
COMPLY: WITH TITLE VI be held tonight [Thursday piers visited Lt and Mrs. Joe headquarters had been under 301 DRIVE-IN

FARM at 8 o'clock. All members are ZeIgler In Gainesville. heavy missile bombardment,

Let Us Care for Your Loved Ones -STATE, .. .ton,Illinois'U urged to attend. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. I* Sgt. Crews parents were told, -
K. Childs over the weekend but he survived the siege and
I SUN., MON., TUES., WED. JUNE 9, 10, 11, 12
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II DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

, 1 So you're in range proceeding Page] I STARKE PHONE !961-6200 h\Ofl\ oME.'RQL'' CfcASH SP9CREEN'!

(' school cafeteria folowing com- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PIIOHE 473-3176 IJ AbE!: AuDiLlllt -A131U1'GIS FROM THEIR'
of .
next new car.Youre mencement exercises for >yir :

i your friends and families. Rental Services

This will be the last

high school graduation from HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CHAIR3
Fine. in Melrose as high school stu-
dents will attend the new CRUTCHES

high school in Interlachennext

'of Olds This year.was the first week of: LOIJOJ-. ION
: I
an summer vacation for the children I II II I o l f 1NG

of this community, as I '

school closed last week. ,,301 Drive-In MOVIE OF Y Z. ii.oo r-coiO*!

r A lot of people end'wp driving so-eaTfeJ fow-" The eighth grade history I II WEIRDBEAUTIES c ,(i1 t. V
priced cars that cost as much-or class celebrated closing of II I

lull-size Olds 88. Don't let it happen to you. Don't miss ' ,; Rocket V-8 Williams is the class :
Olds comfort "
out on Olds luxury SHOW BEGINS AT SUNDOWN e

performance. Before you make a final decision 1 sponsor. FRIDAY I ADMISSION. .; : Adults 75e, Students 60c I II gEFPf"f "
!: i IJ II iNI
uonOldi&8. Under
Children 12 Free
pu_ M4imi ii m* T'' A bingo game will be held
r. Friday, night June 7 at the I r Rp s/frf/ MONSTERS !
,.1 : Woman's Club. It Is sponsoredby FRIDAY, SATURDAY JUNE 7, R I 1TE sLaaD ,

",. the Melrose Junior Wom- 1)01'111,1') : FEATURE; IMtOGRAM ]Tttsterl >
an's Club to raise money for klliU
Toy ''er
r Improvement of the public is thtrs ;
ofrc- AND top Iuditnct

j dock.Game time will be from He triggers a whole I y i.vN f7iTI

until 9:30 m. style in adventure.
7:30: p. m. : p. new I
Price will be 15
card or two cards for 29 cents : r

\ t Prizes have been donated by I fiS1fULI

local merchants and membersof SCENES

'. the Club. I 9f DIJIrLARSPM' *rVERf .y.a rHE
Junior Woman's Club ,

Melrose Junior WornI ,
l hf Rlim Mb ON
I an's Club met last week at / : TECHNICOtDAlDNI1FDARTI3T8A PREYS cigtsl a t t TU R6M111N '
the home of Mrs. Carl Hag- tl WILD GO GO O'.WE DARE you 'a Ar >5 WHEN

I I glund. The main topic of Y. ,i 'MO11STCRS INVADE YOUR CAR!
I business was a bingo game to 1- ,
I raise funds. Plans for the

; beach were discussed but PLUS -
I. nothing definite was decided, UNLACE
the results of funds "
raised from the bingo game
e d
PrawCU'a r1 r, ... Its I
It was decided that electionof BEFORE
officers will take place at 9j I

the next meeting- It will be MOST SHOCKING
at the home of Mrs. Jack I 1HRIIiger W/HQ'H. CHICKErf OUT FIRST-'BI YSOR GOU-Sl/

Stansel June 17. Women in THI CCN1UlrI ,,.-fez Gl +/'LEARN VOUR BOX FRIEND CAN TAKE if
the community are urged to
See nearest Olds dealer
your participate in the Junior
j duru youngrnobtle savirf seasorf Woman's Club. ., 1 fAtMlpOl'RQ"1Olal'Ar I PLUS -

Nr rriuROlI There were 13 members'! ++ ? a I II

present at the meeting I "THE UNDERTAKER AND HIS PALS"IU
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.'....!. AI ..... .! .T !. Putnam County. Miss Emma I ven the slogan that a soil test number of stock grazing the intoxication, sentenced to flv<
:Hicks a former resident of does not cost-It pays, even fields. days In Jail.
]1. I HAM.PTON Hampton and the only living when you need to apply some No Industry has made pro- Grace Everett Allen, retklesdriving
in a school zone, for
child of Ell, was able. to attend ;ag COUNTY extra material. gress comparable to the American .
felted bond of $37.50.Irene ::
this year's gathering. ( A temporary summer gra.z-I|i farmer One average farmer -I
BMr Mwry' Williams Bemibry, :voluntary In
Miss Hicks now resides in ing crop for livestock 30 years ago produced
Business : i .r\ .'.VUW..'''a1u a1I'a1' Plant City. Other former YOUR 9 AGENTRows mighty Important If you have 1 enough food and fiber for only.$27.50.Trabie toxlcation. forfeited bond o
j Directory lU/.TIST\ members of the Hampton ,.----. .l s4 S'k a field where millet or sorghum 10 persons In 1960 he pro- Smith, driving with
CHURCH Community who also attended can be planted. Thereare duced enough for 26 persons.I out a license, forfeited bond 01
.. /tbout 32 members of the the reunion were: Mr. and several good varieties on Today he supplies abundantly, $27.50.
-. r HJjnpton Baptist Church en- Mrs. Woodrow Hicks now of the market. Considering factors the food and fiber for more Guy Taylor Bolton voluntnr\

:.:...' Auto Sales & Service MOTORCYCLES jr/yed a covered dish suppera Orlando, and their daughter like total yields per acre than 40 persons. intoxication and trespassing o
:, the church on Friday even- Gladys and children of Se- of green weight or dry weight, railroad property, sentenced tt
LANDROVERThe i jig. The supper was given fort dalia. Mo.. and Mr. and Mrs. Oahi-1 is among the top. Thisis MAYOR'S COURTMayor 15 days in jail.
World's Finest in HONDA 't tee men! who have been work- Otto Hicks. Jr. and children: a millet, a Georgia hybrid, Guy Rdbert Furpi, voluntary
<4< Wheel Drives Cng on the remodeling of the of Gainesville; and Mr. and thus the name Oahl.. Millet Carl Hurst heard djitoxicatlpn and carrying II
"' Sold and Serviced by MONTESAMOTORS f:hurch building. Mrs. Olin Hicks and childienof will respond mighty well to 4 eight cases In'' Starke Mayors I I'pistol without a permit, forfeited -
Robert*' Chevrolet j h "Environment for Missions"twas Palatka or 4 hundred pounds of 101010 Court Tuesday night June 4: 1' bonds totaling $55.)
& (,CYCLES CO. the topic for the monthly Among those from Hampton IIrGeorge acre at planting time. .
Green Cove Springs, S08S per Levi! James Williams assault Vivian Delores ,Buroh, disorderly -
-?.rJacksonville 261-98110) See Honda's Hot 350! .;'Woman's Missionary Society attending the affair were Mr T.Ifuggins. We have some In the county and battery, placed on probation -I conduct and resisting'
.. 4949 Blandlngr Blvd. :meeting herd: at the churchon and Mrs. Otto Hicks, Sr., and now that is already being raz-I for 90 days '.arrest, sentenced to 20 days In
It.: J : Parrish Motors Phone 771-8244 Tuesday morning. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Hicks ,ed and with an unbelievable'' Bill S Hutchens, voluntary Jail.
MOTORS a CYCLES There will be a reception and children
honoring six graduating seniors -
1019 Blandlngr Blvd. 771-8244 PERSONALS are 44 Inches apart land as indicated by test; [121
BALES of the church following
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
9i: recommended variety and
and the stalks are about use ; tII
SERVICE the evening worship service onSunday. Watterson and daughters,
VART3 I Those being honored Inches apart down the row !13)) good management. These
... ,. Mrs. Mary Watterson, and hold for crop
Even allowing( for a few skips, practices any
MUSIC are Bonnie Blrt, JoAnn Slade, Mrs. Leola Schulthorp were
1 It be field corn, pine
you have between 15 and 16' whether
j Brenda Brown, Ronnie
,I Knight sight seeing In the central
Good Used .
_. Always cars thousand stalks of corn per trees of pumpkins.acre.
and Diane Brown all
.. _. all laura St. Ph.'S5 -38M graduates part of the state on Sunday. That is what you see In I have seen fields of corn
Paulus Music Co. Carolyn from Kennan Bradford from High Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs.Wayne Hinson this field, of J. R. Wainall)I over the county that are
,. and children who are now the best we ever had.
.O" wrlght's It Is the variety among
High. The reception will
Band &: String Instrumental living in Baton Rouge, La. Florida 200-A and it will I It is dangerouus trying to call
be held
In the educa.tlonalbuilding
American visited their
here with parents 1
Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers. of the church, is naturally average being 10 feet names so I keep safe
and lends from Thursday
We would like to make some
Hairstyling tall now.
School suppJlea-Instructloll being given by the membersof
through Sunday.
Two of our growers, Cecil i yield checks when corn Is
Roberts Recorders the Young Woman's Auxi-
Academy Mrs. Bertha McIntosh visited -
for harvest. We know
.. .. 11 W. Monroe 305-9591 Music Llbrary-Exptort liary. Everyone Is Invited to Mrs. Maurice Williams in Crawford! and Howard Doug- ready

....... Repair Department remain for the reception. Tlfton. Oa. on Thursday and ''If a
41 W. Monroe 335-8447 FAMILY REUNION "
.. RiversideHairstyling Friday I
., More than 50 descendantsof Wendy Hill attended Governor r

..... Ell Hicks were together on Kirk's "Conference one .r _
Academy PIANOS Sunday for their annual family Youth" held In Tampa on Y 1
.,' reunion held at the lake Friday. The conference was
2669 Park 8V. 388-8531 '
home of Willie Faye Blair In conducted for the Student
Modem Styling For Musical Advice
--- Government Association on
; Qualified Instructors ,
Accredited' VA Approved C. CARTER NICE college campuses and In sen-
ior high schools. Followingthe s
: Pay or Night Claaaoa!
meeting Wendy traveledon
.ELECTRIC' MOTORS 11 to Plant City where she

spent the remainder of the
Peavy Brothers Checkering; and Other weekend with a friend Patti

: Electric Co. Name-Brand Pianos Kline
.. Arbutus Pearsall spent the
; ELECTRIC; MOTORS KIMBALL "SWINGER"ORGANS weekend visiting with friendsin
ServicedRepaired St. Augustine. Where do you think '

: Generators-Starters Roosevelt Mall 888-8310 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Estes

Armntwra- Rewinding. I.I Ask and daughter, Janlta, of Doc- you're going, friend?
: 4044 LmiOT; 887-2328 tor's Inlet spent Sunday with

: MATERNITY WEAR SEWING.CENTERH&N. Charley their son and daughter-in-law, It'll take more than work and study to get

'. ; Paul and JoAnn. you there! It'll take a cash reserve to get you

: Matchett Mr. and have Mrs Just Marshall returned where the best opportunity is to grab

; p L5& from spending a week with that opportunity the minute it arises. Start

.. SEWING CENTER J their daughter Barbara Pear- ; building your personal cash reserve in an
j son and her family in North here
interest-earning savings account .
: f! Console Model makes fancy designs Carolina, and a week with
; .t.- stitches, monognkma+ : About this question: their son Wayne and his family las -have come within' 2'of 31 yields of the two mentioned: and now!
overcasts, sews on buttons, I in New York. They report bushels of the 100 bushel per because checks were made. We i
: "JacksonvtIle's": Most Complete make button holes &: Wind "I finally have a new out- that they 'had a most enjoyable acre goal Something sure I are finding out with a num-I
stitches. No attachments board motor, boat and time. have to happen on the Wainwright ber of crops that yields can be
: Shop for 'Motb r-to-Be Demonstrators $48 or $6 per trailer. I won't take It outof Mary Williams attended a farm If he doesn't i Increased with good manage

: JUDY'SMATERNALANE mo. Call Sax 771-1850 the driveway without postmaster's training meetingIn score' with this ciop I ment plans and practices. FLORIDA
: insurance. Does the Char- Jacksonville on Wednesday.. Several things make a good]I When I talk about crops, I am
Mrs. Inez Coleman and sons crop possible. Among these including pasture also. In get-
ley E. Johns Agency havea . .. .. .
1007 Park St. 855-SOIS ,
: WESTERN STORE of Jacksonville visited with are, [1J] Soil test and treat ting ready for making some I I "' I "
that theftor
policy covers her mother, Mrs. 'O C. Cox, I plans or changes or for just \B'AN: ; : Ie'AIi'' / (S'' r'AIRtKE,; ;
: MOTORCYCLES damage of this equip- checking the key. ---. ... ., -.' : .. '
basis or
for on Saturday. also visited with some of her I up .... ....
plus liability
I Triumph LITTLE DUDE my Recent visitors of Mrs Bertha many (friends. Also visiting In for talking and action is a i ." .-
property damage, or injuryto McIntosh were Mr. and the. Hicks home on Thursdaywas soil test Come talk to Bobby MemberrFederal Deposit Insurance Corp.
: Of others?" Mrs. John Vankoolberger and Mrs. Hicks nephew, BIllie Taylor or me about a test. I
Western Store One of 30 Banks of the Florida National GroupATTENTION
: son of Brooksvllle. Coleman, of Jacksonville : One more practice I would
YAMAHA TRIUMPH Western Clothing Leather Charley E. Johns Miss Emma Hicks of Plant Mr and Mrs. Jeff Baker, like to mention about Mr.I
: 60co' To 650co Saddles and Trailers City, spent Friday through and Charlie and' Anne: Mrs. Wainwright's farming he
Bale Parts Service goods Agency Monday visiting in the homeof Bessie Wood and Debbie believes in taking soil samplesand -uJSI -
lined Motorcycled' In Stock ,. Charles & Sharon Petty 131 S. Walnut St. her nephew Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins were fishing in St. applies a liming material!
IT. s. I S ; 38-1-1210
4223 Phillip Hwy
Jacksonville 359-7245 PHONE 964-5070 Otto Hicks. While here she Augustine on Sunday proW -

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JUNE 8, 1068

. ..uwyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyymy dates of the ,Seniors as wellas and 'Mrs. Otis Crawford of I
the young people of the Gainesville were guests of Mr. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

y Bavless HivavBy $ church were invited to attend.. and .Mrs. C. C. Crosby Saturday STARKE
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp Sunday guests of the Sunday Sunday! School.
'I and Mrs.. 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship
r Rudolph Sapp and children Crosbys were! Mr.
O. JE. Crosby visited ,Mrs. H.;'. B' Bennett .in Randolph Crosby of MaxvUle. 11 a. m. Quest speaker: Rev.

n ,. A 4 Jacksonville Saturday. Mr. ,and, Mrs., ,Eldon Sapp. Thomas Moore. field secre-
) We are :very glad that Raymond visited .their son and daugh. tary, 6th Florida Baptist Missions -
BANQUET FOR SENIORS ,Hess ia.able.to .be home .ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe District. Training Union.
, OF PINK LKVEL. CHURCH. from the hospital following a i Sopp In Jacksonville Tuesday. 6:15.: Evening Worship, 7:30: ; s a "mi..,
,i -The Ladles of Pine Level recent ,b&ufr jrttofijc.; Jar.and Mrs. Bill Taylor Rev. Moore
.were-hoertesscs! at a banquet Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Richard and children of Gainesville Monday through Friday -
, 'In the educational Building son of Lake Butler and Mrs. were visiting her parents, Mr. Daily Vacation Bible School
,j, of the Church last Friday Tessie Rosier of Jacksonville and Mrs. L. A. Crosby Sunday. 8:30: a. m.Monday.
t nlpht''Honoring Marilyn Bol1inger visited Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mr and Mrs. A. A. Ortegas Youth Choir RAIFORD .BAPTIST I '
Elizabeth Crosby Tuesday. .Jacksonvillepen -the ''PracticeDeacons. Meeting, 7
Thomas Jerry Sunday; -9:45: a. Sunday CHURCH
5 Whitehead and Roddy Mr. and Mrs. l\. ..M.,1ieas.9fwere jMfteitftDd .flutists ..ofher p. m. .Lottie Moon Circle 7:30.: m. I CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH
School. 1100 I
: a. m. Morning
II visitingMr. and sister-in-law. Mr. Tuesday Helen Masters Schedule of terytceii: Sun: Sunday School. lOa. m. .. rl
Crosby.: The banquet tables New York State brother Worship .,6;00 m. Training I SchedrAe::. of service: Sunday Sunday School J 10
,'- Frl- Wallace .Salano and Circle. 9:30: a. m. Ida Darby day School, 9:45: 4 M Morn- Morning Worship, 11 .
were covered with .:wfajte, Ijnen and Mrs. G. L. Sap and Mrs. Union- 7:00: 'P. Evening School, 10 a.m. Worship 11 a Bland Morning Worship 11 a.
cloths and spring tlow rs were ay< and their parents, Mr. Mrs. Annie Saunders: .Circle, home of Mrs. F! F. Worship." ; i JR. a.m. and 7:30: Training Ing Worship, 10M3 .a. m. 7 p. m.-Rev. .Leland A. Evening Worship 8 p. m:,
Hess Saturday and Mrs. Elian,! Sappwete..visiting Flume, 2:30: p. m. LorenoiEpPfli Training Union 1:48 p. m. Baker
1- wed at..vantage points In the And 4 irs. Raymond Mr. : I :Wednesday 7:30:: Prayer Union, 6:30: p.m. Rev. Jack. : : pastor. Prayer Meeting. Wednesday
11; party rooms: Parents .and ?,,-f. $ .;Mr. and J4rs.,' -' on Circle, home ofMrs.( Services. 1st and ,3rd Wednes- Stolte paitor.KINGSLKY Evening( Service 7:45.: Mid- Tnursday Visitation, 10a. 8 p. m. Sing earn Friday at .
In'. Mn vjt.e Flake: aadjcWJdretat. :'Homer ,,stearns' in Tavarea' .I..,Ui Morgan Sr...3 p. m. Ethel nlaht-7:00: p. m. Family Week Prayer Service Wednesday m. and 7 p. m. p. m Rev. Harvey Lane, put
during. the weekend;' Blflgs Circle, home of Mrs 7:45: p. m't tor.
Night. LAKE
\' >> Marilyn Roberts 7:30: p. m. NEW RIVER BAPTI31 ,
Wor-thington BAPTIST .CHURCH
i :Wednesday Prayer Meeting SMYRNA! MISSIONARY
:,son'i of Galnesvillei wene 'vls t.- 7:30: p. m. Church Choir Sunday School 9:45: ... m. BAPTIST CHURCH .Sunday School 10 a. 4>-
.Kigbwaj 1I.J at There.aaldunday,8chool
VIVA'i I >ling Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Practice<< 8:30.: Morning Worship 11 a. m. 63.: W. Pratt St. Sunday Morning Worship, it a. m. Sunday School 10 a. OS-
RE Elixson Wednesday.: Friday Vacation Bible 10 a m. Training Union 6:15: p. m. I services: Sunday School, 10 Training Union, 7 p. m. Eve- Morning Worship, 11 a. m;
I lAtarntng, Worship 11
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby ,School Commencement, 7:30: a. m Evening Service 7:30: p. m. I (p. m. Preaching. Ill, a. m. ning Worship 8 p. m. Tralnlrz Union 6:30: p. atLvenlng
and Mrs. J. L. Johns weredlnner'iruesb P. m. Training Union-6:30: p. m. Midweek Prayer Service Service, 7:30.
Wednesday night service. : Prayet
i i}> |B i 1 j Evening Worship 7:15: Wednesday 7:30: p m. Once I Training Union. BUS\ p., m.
-of MJ'II. -Beverly
7:30 welco/nn." Meeting. Wednesday
I. : p. m. Everyone 7:3: ?
Evening ,
Worship *
let j p. m.
I m. us worship together. Rev.
Starting June 10 Till i Serrice-'In: Jacknon ille' Sun-
; : : I Allen I -L. L. Parker pastor p. m.-Rev. R. H. Butler
daY. n 'FRSIr[ METHODIST Wednesday Nlgnt, 3-ayer Price, pastor. Everyone welcome rElder. pastor. iHKILRRONN

We are sorry to learn 6f .CHURCH STARKE Services 7:30: p. m. Rev PINE LEVEL BAPTIST A. G. Flynn. paatorI CHURCH OF CHRIST'
\\.1 the Illness of Leroy Norman Sunday Church School, Merle Packham. pastor. I BAPTIST i
AT .Jr-who ,a-- .patent-In .the ,9:45: a. m.; Morning Worshipat Sunday School 10 a. m II I FIRST I'RESBYTRRlAn Sunday: Bible study 10 CHURCH 1IIWAY 16 N. 1
I 11. MYF activities, 6:30 Church Or jmu ,'brlsOf Morning Worship. 11 .. nPreServloea Mtrnlng and
I ,rtlnl.v fIi'.slty+Medical icent '.-We < : p. > I. m.; Worship
wish him a rapid ,recovery. m.; MYF Meetings, 7 p. m.; Latter-day Saints! (Booster Inane Sunday School 0:45: a. Communion Service 11 a. m Sunday .School. 9:45: a. m.
LAURA BAPTIST'li URCHI I .Mrs. Howard Brown was Fellowship Hour at 8. [416 East Call St.J] Young People ana Pray I i Morning Worship, 11 a. aJ.\\ Evening services 6:00.: i Morning Worship 11. Training
Friday night guest of her slater Monday; -Circle 2. 11 a. m., Services: Service], 8 p. a,. BvenlnJ Youth Fellowship. 6 r Po Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser
.and brother-in-law, Mr. Covered.!' Luncheon in the Fellowship Priesthood 8:45: ; Sunday Worship 7 ?. m. Midweek J Choir Practice Wednesday Wednesday, Worship serv-J I vice, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer

and Mrs. Bill Graham of Hall; Methodist Men's Schocl 10:00: Sacrament Service, Wednesday 7:30: Pi I 8 p.m. Ice 7 1 p. m Minuter! jack Pi, Service, 7:30-Rev.: L. Tommt
Services: .Start 7:30 P. M. Jacksonville. They attendedthe Club at 7 1 In the Fellowship' 11:00.: I neil Howe pastor.
graduation of her niece, Hall. Branch President m. E. R. Bowers, D. D. pastor. Rev Robert D. Burch. .

Miss LeWanda Graham. Sat- Tuesday-Circle 4, 10 a. m. Dean. Hanson 964-6278. 4,
urday she visited her In Ladles Bible Class Room: -
O. D. BROOKS, ,EVANGELIST and son-in-law dauKhI'tAtr Circle 5. 10 'a. m. in the t BETHEL BAPTIST COVttCV

Mrs. Doyle KurUn and chil I Church Library; Wesleyan
dren. I Service Guild 7:30: p. m. In i: Sunday School 10 a. to An Investment In ,Your: Future
I Morning Worship, 11 a. m
Mr. andi. Mrs. Albert Nor I Fellowship Hall.WednesdayCircle. I .
i Special Singing Nightly man of Gainesville were dinner 1, 10 a, Evening Worship, '!.3G p. nPfaye'r > '

I guests of Mr. and Mrs. I m. at the home of Mrs. F. W: Meeting' : 1:30: p m A l' ( 00 01 ;"e-'e .80 m 00 frrlseaa.t
MArcus Conner Sunday.Mr. Strickland. Kingsley Lake, Cir- Wednesday,-Rev. J. C. ![esters .
: and Mrs. Charles New- cle 3 10 a m. at home of Mrs. pastor l.tdw+ fr
EVERYONE WELCOME man and children of Fairbanks Jack McComb on Blanding j 1 1,
dinner guests of Road: Prayer Meeting and
were .
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his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lois Bible Study, 8 p. m. FIRST'CIIR18TIAN I ooo ;,. vgX.gXM nvyN X4.vs'r wtY:;::s .s ssK.ssy.+r }; ns ; '.LIy.: aMMrrs ;!
Rev. W. B. Mercer Pastor
1 Chancel Choir CHURCH .
I' NeWmansSundaY. Thursday }i.7 4t.: :..'
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ed- ; Rehearsal.ST. Sunday Services: Sunday
School. 9:45
wards, Mr and Mrs. Richard : a. m. Morning
Muurray and. baby of Jacksonville MARK'S Worship, 10:45: a. m. Evening I
and Mr. and Mrs. I EPISCOPAL CHURCH Service, 6:30: p. m. Midweek
Walter Alvarez and daughterof Holy Eucharist 2nd. 4th Service Wednesday 7:15: p.1 r+Ltii'ss2:4karifrti4iwvik: : W rri4whtii.$.'};5a0'ha9riY:4C%%Taias NSVkv'.BtiJGQY7vri4: {,

Macclenny visited Mr and and 5th Sundays 8 a. m. .--Charles Reese minister.I ', k; c ; '4
Hampton Christian ChurchInvites and Randy Church School Each Sunday FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD :::;: : She must to the native marliet for.hoc The straw f- :: : r:: :
Mrs. Tate Alvarez go l'bYHlt'1I11lcctb. :;::::<: ::::: : :::::::::::

Saturday and Sunday. Holy, 9:45: Eucharist a. m. 1st and West Weldon OF STARKE St. and Ral- i 1. hat would be so much better than thq! old.scarf, tied and knotted about i iiiI S ksrte w,,lli i I'

Services Held 3rd Sundays; Morning Prayer. ford Road. Sweet cool air could that and that
You To I I 1 t. her head. come through straw i lMMt' Nt
2nd and 4th Sundays; Litany Sundar School: 10:00: a. m
For Miss BessentIn iii would feel wonderful in this heat! iittillW@? ;
I and Ante-Communion 5th 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship; BO q ? : ;

Jones Chapel Sunday; 11 a. m. 4:00: p. m. C. A. Services: 7:00p. : M.:.. Where does she go for her spiritual need. ? la there a church! on the WW'.lMi@i
REVIVAL SERVICESJune m. Evangelistic! Services. :: '<"""" 'YR<':<':':":'"I
I Minnie 83, of REVIVAL TO STARTAT Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. Mid- i bland? Does aha know that she will be told Miss Bessent
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Starke, died last Friday in OAK GROVE .Week .Prayer Meeting :.:.::;; who will help her, guide her, and 1 refresh her? :!:::: ::::,-::::: :::::::::::::;{::
Bradford County Hospital I Revival services will 'be' held Pastor: Lester F. Richardson. ::::: -, ::;: :- ::::<:: < : :i::;:;;'<:'>',
9th Jo 17th alter a lingering illness. 1 at Oak Grove Baptist Churchon h. How fortunate we are in this country that" there Is a church In :ilIIm :trM: Y i

Born in Bradford Countyon Route 215, starting June "''ORTI1SIJ HAPTIS1' ::.!:: every community. Spiritual. help, refreshment of soul fellowship and MiJmM@th1--; -
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August :21, 1884, she was 10 and continuing through Locateon: uj).eea tnrr1! 4;: love awaits all who enter her duoes..We invite you to attend Church ;:: :::I :<.::;'v: i::>t?*.s::;
Rev the daughter of the late William June 16, at 7:30: each night. way [SR 22GII. ,RaUor'l ROM I N ... '.. t I .a.' ''k#* tt.: i !i::I'I'I
Jake Thomas MinisterLive Abraham and Ursula The speaker will be Rev I (SR .181. Services: Hund,,) :;,: 1. UlIII week. '........, ...'..."" *" 'u.t.t.: ,... ..; : 'I\tr'r, : I'' :iKA; :::::;::: ::::::;x:<:;:;:::;.
Wall Bessent. She was a retired Donald Willis, pastor of Decoy ::: "II'fI.i' .W'.iI.T"' f ::::,': ::{:;:;;::::;:; :::;;::a
memberof Baptist Church, and there will I School .0.. m. Sunda\ I':i .. ,. :::W i :'
Milliner and
Oak Christian .Church a lr-r-------?'
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i Morning Worship 11 t' f
a m \ 'I.I r'
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each .
the First Methodist Church be special singing even- ::'. ; ;"" ... ; / r
of Starke. Training Union 6:30 p. m I::.::::: .. ,tJ -' _... \ n,,.. "z'I
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SPECIAL SPEAKER j Surviving are one sister,I Ing.The pastor Rev. Luther, A. Evening Service, 7:30.: MidWeek :: ::;::::. ..,.(:''t 4" ., ; J8 t ''dtf'y'' "'
. McGee said "I am happy to Prayer Service.! Wedru : ::" \\tA 9: .. ,1-/ ... r,
Oliver of Boca
Mrs. David ,
I dRY 7:30.: -Rev. Glenn La" I :iU: ...: :_. : 'r's, ,., '....... i 1r'"I
Sunday... 7:30 P.M. Raton and a brother, Abraham announce the Oak Grove .:.:. --- ::>! }... : J-..tn::- /),_ -- .. '_ ..Jo.
hon pastor d
Church has recalled me as .
) Bessent of Starke. j W" ; '- : ......... :
'I their pastor. This is where we ; -
Funeral services were heldat ::: .at. -10i1 t\ .. -
Monday to Friday... 8:00 P.M. first started our work for the >.' .
iI :2 in Jones BAVLESS HIGHWAY t 111
p. m. Sunday I ::: lfc. Chunk b Sati oppoinfnl sump. 'In Hilt" A' ts' .
I Memorial Chapel with Rev. Lord 12 years ago. BAPTIST CHURCH ..u. world lot ipiKMilnf. Hit! ........,.. d Nil kw. 11 .
I II V. J. Ragsdale officiating Interment ADI MACHINE ROLLS Sunday School 10 a. m.; I 3i': :': I: lot man.,mid ol Mil' dimwid,,, lot mm to nipondto .. .. "
Everyone Welcome! was in the family plotin File .Folders complete line office Mori mil Worship' Service, 11 [: f-' (hot ton by bring, his mlghbor." Without I.,...+ ri4
! t Crosby Lake Cemetery) supplies. Tile Telegraph, a. m.: Training Union, 6:30 !:; i4//4his! giwudlng' In 'tau bv. 01 Cod H jo.imMl ..- Vt!
with DeWltt C. Jones Funeral Ph 904-6303.! p. m.; Evening Worship, 7:30p. : t; ;:! M Mdfir or w.ydII. will long T:, t 1
1 Home in charge. :: ;1\' pure nd.Itw IrMdomi which w. hold w j .
I m. I :;1;:/, ::11 a .dur. win 1..1101>/r rlh., Ihtnlon. ... k Iie }... t
. Prayer Me tinA', Wed., 7:30p. : +.:::;: t:! AMI. g uMih.. oolnl ol titw,...ihwld. .' Wff . m.: O. A. Meeting. Wee., f:: t, .Owidi lor!Hi.uk> of,th,w.aa.when. r y 1 :\ .. 1 .!,..
7:30: p. m.; Choir Rehearsal E::::'i< Hlf ond Ms t lomlV.." loyoiid I that, hwmr, ( .S' ,. 1' J
I Wed.. 7:30: p. m.; Brotherhood i: i.f t..iy ptnm should' "uphold ...d pwtklp.li I I bjIh. : 4'. ." [i\ .' ,' I h.h. .
I II meeting, last MondayIn :::.:.:. Chaff' BMIIOM k ,nth Iht". truth about ,01'1. 1" ;4 .-
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each month. Rev David .i)\. miM'i 'III.! diolh aid dnthiy'' ; Ih. truth whkh d w ,
. Medeiros, uartnr. ''I a::'::} .//0.. will, wt Mm" I.... I., tin ai dilld' o( + vole i :'
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r t i lr, : n 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke.,Ii t.i: '::. ,.k/Z', ,
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I I Y % ,kl f > "tg Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor- :::: ,C......,Ad<.S... t
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ship Services, 11 a m. and %: 'ft. teJIt"

...,.. 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting, I A: ;::::;'xn;::+::iciS6; ; :.:Y };t.blli1t! : 'f:1Dttfiihf: ; : : (:: ::: :::: :::
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'- .. .-- Friday 7:30: p m.,Rev L. S.' % : .' lli'm: h::: : :;:;;::;i%ill:::;::AFM1OWLff:::: =,.

.. :.-'- ..". I Williams; pastor.BOATDRAIN .
,f f fr > f. This Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the Follow.
:,. /J:0'J; )0 Impala ConvertibleChevrolet CHURCH STARKE BAPTIST I Tag Civic-Minded Business Firma- "

....J.-.., .....1,_..! ._..It...J' Sunday School. 10 a. m. FAULKNER
Morning Worship. 11 a. m. I Edwards Grocery & STARKE BU5LDERS
Training-Union, 7 p. m. Even-
ing Worship 8 p.' m. Prayer SINCLAIR SERVICE SUPPLIES. Inc.

gives Meeting. Wednesday; 8. p m.-, I Mkt.

J :t' you big savings Rev. Virgil Lovett, pastor. i HAUL, RENTALS I Grocerf--Meat"------' Complete Featuring; Paint Ace Hardware Sapplbw

MADISON 'STREETBAPTJST \ Gas & Oil ail sporting Geode

the big ticket items. : CIIURCII Truck Trailer Ph. 964-5312" "C1IZJCK WITH r" rrasr"St.
:pn Sunday, June 9 Sunday I Starke Fla.
School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Complete Lubrication 219 Washington 8N- 279
Worship at 11. Youth Choir

engines automatic transmissions power ..Practice, 4:30: p. m. Youth Minor Tune-ups .. Lawson Meat Market
IVB ) Fellowship Supper, 5:45.: \
Training Union, 6:15.: WMU 5 AND COLD STORAGE
'povverdlsc brakes dhd more. I Prayer Circle. 7:15.: Evening 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5899 t
:steenng; Worship, 7:30.: I OF STARKE., INC. We Specialize In Custom 8I&qbae.
log Cutting; A WrappingPrepared -
You can go to mod any automobile dealer these days To help you pick and choose before you buy we've meet TuesdayCIrcles, 7:30 2 and 3 _ _ U.S. 301 NORTH For Deep Frees
trim listed the Bonus Savings Plans below. (Consider, for example : p. m. I
and get savings on the little things. You know extra ,
Ph. 964-7UOO'; PHONE 64-1058
mirrors, and such. But your Chevrolet dealer is giving !. the 2." combination.) Simply make your choice Wednesday Prayer Meeting DOYLE CONNER Starke, Fla.
the Chevrolet Chevelle like, and 7:30: p. m. Deacons Meet
it with or
you savings on the big items-things you really want. couple you
Ing 8. Church Choir Practice,
And it's an explosion of savings! Right now during '68 hurry on down to your Chevrolet dealer's for big Explo 830.: I Insurance Agency ,

Savings Explo time savings. Yes, do hurry. Nothing so good lasts forever. I II I BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDAWith

I ...... Savings Plans 4 DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH S-A-V-E '.

1. Any Chevrolet/ CheveHe' with 200-fip< Twbo-Fir. Vfl PowergKde and whirewall. BROOKER I I Your Mutual) Agent TELEGRAPH PEST

16 > Any Chevrolet or Cneveffe with 250-np Turbo-Fire V8, Powerglirfe/ and whifewa//// Sunday! School. 10.. m.

J. Any big Ch..rowith/ f 250-hp iurbo fi!. VB, Turbo Hydra-Matc, and whifewof// If Morning Worship. 11 a. m. 222 N. Temple Ph. 964.7369 Phone 961-6305 OHTROL

<. Now,and lor fhe' first 'hm'e.big savings on power disc brake and powtr, Training Union 6:30 p. m.Evening .
"..ring wh.n buy Chevrolet' or Chevelfe with V8.ngin.. Service 7:30.: Rev.;:
you ony Lacy Conway pastor. Printing Office & awuc.u co..
-- SuppliesBRADFORD
g. Buy any Chevrolet/ or Chevede V3 Iwca-ifoor" or lour- ,. save on m'nyJ(lop,efec/r/c/ clock/ wheel covers and appearance guard,ftem, *. 68i ngsI. PLAN RAIFORD HOMECOMINGThe BAPTISTS ''I Charley E. JohnsAg

First Baptist Church of enc y 539 E. Call St. >'- Starke Fla.

Irr. oI ,Ralfprd! ..U} ,hav.e! its annualHomecoming I Phone 964-5745 for FREE
LthT 7 exp on Sunday. June I GENERAL INSURANCE! Inspections' & Estimates
I. l 9. Lunch will be served at 11
Nobody But Nobody Undersells ABSTRACT Coinpany
) p. m. Everyone, Is Invited. f Hurst Shell Service
fi Charley B. John Agency CALL CARL HURST
I .r.rw.wr LABEL MAKERS from 158 W. ST.

i 9.95 Bradford County Teletruph. 1S1 .. Walnut Ph. 964-0070 3tark awe SOI & 100 Ph. 4-6111
Ph. 961-6305. Ph. 964-6881 8. Wabrat, Stan




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L. W. served after the The I Church Rev. Lewis McKay School at 9:30.: Morning wor- John Thomas Qulvley.' ,. 4.0..11, his attornev, IOTI. ft1, wll''beoonmvol'l ''
7 Rev. program. .
m. Thursday, June 20 at that afternon at 430.: Every- Service p. m. are h..rtlby'noter. and l elulred l << according to taw
Greater Allen Chapel AME one had a wonderful time. Thomas pastor.Mt. public is invited to attend. : pastor.( Monday night, Choir I IN ship at; 11. League.: 4 p. m., to file any' claims or demand* f' Mat 1"bu-: 1;>. 1968. '
Colored Citizens Church. ..+... I CHt'RCK NEWS I Pisgah AME Church Greater Allen Chapel AME (). 1 and Ushers Board meet Evening service: 6 p. m. Visitors which 1 1 estate they. In may tho' ''offlde have' aIainstsaid of the Executor .f A..thi.EJiitH.eefof floott ( John
NewsCOMMENCEMENT SCHOOL NEWS I Antioch Baptist; Church will Rev. George Young pastor. Church, Rev. L. A Sampson at 7 p. m. Tuesday night. always welcome.In I County, Judge, In of the Bradford County 'Tin>ma. Qulffley, decoaeitd.
Florida courthouse atHtarke. .
Choir N'o." 1 and 2 will meet. Firm publlcatlon
will be obser- pastor. Sunday School 10 a. } on May 16.
The following boys h'edely' .//bserv Womfn's Day next\ Children's Day Florida within Dx! < calendar A.D.
: Un.
ved Sunday with a special m. Morning service at 11 with Wednesday night Prayer ihonthe from the. date ofthe
ed trophies letters..I'M... certificates Sunday with 1 the following THOMAS PIKHCB;
in Junto* Varsity and schedulet Sunday School( 9:30: ,, program.( Sunday School. 101 the Junior Choir serving. Of- Meeting Thursday nlht, La- Co..tr ".d..'.Overt.. !. And tice.: J.g'bllr'! :; I'Dl thin demand': no 108'eos NorthTempi. Avenue
\ dies Circle and Story( 'Hour at .,. ..... ... Starke. Fla. __ _
Varsity basketball and baseball Morni! Worship, 11. Youth ,.. m. Youth Day program 3 ficial Board meeting. 4 p. m. ; tMfuiU ..antjr lforldiiIn must be In writingand. mustetate'thv
HELD AT RUE or residence and
the Church. Friday night In : Estate ( John Thomas place
from the RJE Athletic, c.; Department Hour.:'3. p. m. with Mrs. E. p. m. with Mrs. T. West as Evening Service 6 p. m. Quigley ilBc'cancd and post office: adilrcM at the PGNS. aU kinds Metal or
FOR 37 SENIORS : P. Lee as speaker. Evening speaker. Refreshments will be I I Greater Free Will Baptist; Prayer Band meeting. Sunday] NOTICE TO EDITORS claimant and must be sworn; to Cardboard The Telegraph.
Thirty-seven Seniors receiv All' rrotlltcvrn or ha ontntg ot )A v th.. claimant. ha'/ eh
Leonard -
ed their diplomas in commencement SmltlyBaat.Sportsmanship -
: Tyrone Blye;: Total r
exercises at RJE Points: CUrtlB.WihlllJeyDest: t ,/1 '
High School /
Wednesday night. '
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Rebounder: Benjamin Strong! \ ,;
Anthony DeSue and Alice .Benjamin !I l1:', \ .., 'n..... ..
Offensive I'
Yvonne Turner shared Vale- Jayeri1;: I 1" \ ; 1 ';;. ( .: ..F4. '1.
Clark Over-all' Partl-; 1 i. ..;k' .r ,........._..' ."
dictorian honors, and: the Salutatorian cipation. ?..rw-I..I M"ll', r $: M''i.:" :;:
was Ralph Leon ,.
Letters Rubin Thomas,
Byrd. Honor graduates were I Best Offensive Player'Mflton y ? : -t A f
Nellie Louise EXNE
a Davis. Linda K. Floyd, and Hor.ce-Nlchols. : SOE'lJ :
Dinklns. Audrey Griffin and
Medals: RayatnrutBlyJ\ il1
Mara Nell Hamilton.
I Best Offensive Player: AUooso -

wna The. delivered Commencement by Dr. address Gilbert 31ye. Julian peSuestKRe-,.. ;

';[..Porter. special assistant to bounder.
the Deputy Superintendent. Junior Varsity sJ.acob Davis TOWELS41! I
Dade Vs Shooter: Edwin!: Clark. '
County Board of Public Best Sportsmanship.." .
Instruction.Recreative Brief "speeches';: on Certificates!,';Robert Auston.
Living" and "Art-
Irtlc Robert; Hanketson' Willie (l '. '
Living" were Houston Charges'! IIa >\ ;
the Co-Valcdictorlans.( trope.
e Boys who received
Diplomas were awarded by; Cert'flrates:: and' MftdAW l b ji
.'.Thomas L. Casev. Jr. Superintendent baseball: 4 I&ERns.: : 51'
of Public Instruc- : : :L.' -" 't''Y': \
--tlon, and special awards were Trophies: AMtll'Oteett.'Motystolen # \! : ...
Bases: Donu.'Jstsk on; :
presented by C. C. Anderson .
Best Pitcher;, Rudolpii;,.Hud-
principal of RJE.
son. and Patrick:'Wlttlanm =----- -
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Brown d class Members l'n.' were, Cynthia Zeader: of William the Britt Louise graduating Noel Shirley Clark Ad- !Asbury tams Medals. 'Rudolph Wood: Arthur;'Patrl Hudson\Williams

bin Thomas. Samonle t-lol&son: .
Regina Mae Davis Clarence -' BUTTER BEANS, GARDEN PEAS :
and Benjamin Strong. -
Edward DeSue Jr.. Ernest La- IW OR MIXED
Von Certificates?: .Jerome WIN '" .
Fayson Arthur Flowers '
Willie McNeal. Jacol) 'MEAT '" l
'Milton Floyd Elizabeth Ann VEGETABLESASS'T :
Davis. Joseph'Alston: : ?B 11jAT1f. t
Foster Minnie Lue Hamilton. i VIENNA
'in Clark. Danny Hup.tj'U.Jld
Bobby Louis a _
Hampton. Clara, Harold Mltcheljj q.NI'' U.S. CHOICE BEEF (HULK .

Mae Houston Hendrleth.Frank Peter Willie Jackson Nell, Girls receiving.1: opl1tes; USDA 58 VEGETABLES i '

James Jenkins Alphonso Cur. Letters. Medals, and Certificates -, STEAKS .. ..... ... ......... LI 'u' 5" AGE
In baseball?Mid Pep
tls Jones Nathaniel Jones :
1I ;\r"JIIel'e.'d'! '\ _
Squad: ... ..,' '
Horace Lee Nichols Robert I J, \ "
ttman. Leonard Smith Jr., Trophies Ann:Plttanttfic Jogn:'?"Pltfcman.velili4ra twoquality ROASTS..Ll68,. 2 0oz OO'.r ;'
Mary ; shieldsare

son MarVin Shirley Tlsdale Marie Jo Tyson Ann, Qra Ty- Williams. Cohen Cynthia, Ulams] ,,,} all/ you BONELESS SHOUIDIRJhetg I POLY 3/at I ;i 4oz VAN.CAMP'S: 5". I' $I"
Lee and Shlrlle MUii Tiger CANS .
White Charles FII1rene (Inted to know LB98# BAGS
Williams. Clarence Williams, Girls receiving LelterVan'dTrophies HKII ODD tHUHSOtr IHIU HIUHf : about beef.' STEAKS........ .. ......: ... .f :, SAVE 25<
Horace Williams. Jessie Williams arei,>ltait:: Davis. and I' tiii.LM r .Le.;tttmrnt, / incurs, KIIIVIVI / ... .. .. -
and Charles Williams Hazel King. Letters Er f\.N.\ :. IIQ't ,.- .t1_ 11
Sandra J'W11l111D18.'M'!:: el: .. ..
als: '. .
I Baccalaureate services were sarine Morris Deborah"Benry,I 4, .t''. : COUNTRY STYLE PURE PORK SMALL LINKS I 11/2/ TO 2 LBS -

held with last the Sunday sermon at delivered 9:30: a. m by and Medals Edith: : Strong Marjr, papa a'i; Y"'U', ''and' EDOD : SMOKED SAUSAGE ....................L. 69* RIGHT i SAVE '20 PURE

Rev. W. M. Ferguson. District w. OR MILD C1SCO
Priscilla Thomas.. AZALEA :
Superintendent North Florida !
Pep Squad Trpplileg: Ester
District, Florida Conference Barber. PatrlclflL''felni: ,,,,,,Mary .;:.. ROLL SAUSAGE................. ... ....u 39* : b ."'' ; .
t Methodist Central Jurisdiction Church. Gainesville.of the Lee Strong, a..:dWpifeD1ae;. ,. : 1 R : SLICED AMERICAN IB FOOD FAIR FRESH 801 GUARD NEIYI.e+ UMIT.rftjrirH 3.00 ..0' RIJ ORDER
: _The RJE Chorus provided Certificates:;'?-, (Iftftrtf Bute i CHEESE.69# CREAM CHEESE. 9*
S special musical numbers at Ruth Hankerson. "P tmla.
Baccalaureate and CommenceMent Smith, Trainer,/. --:f- rB U""TER : SAVIJULBGROUNDORPllCES.2T03L1S

:, Gifts were presented. i>,. : BONELESS STEW BEEFLB 68* SPRAYCRISCO
MEETING NOTICES students to the >(>tllawln*!
; Dell Chapter 168 will meet teachers: P. :rDun&cftMrs. I ''I I LEI PKG. SAVE 404
tonight 1 Thursday] at 8 Harvey. Miss M:' Wlld r. J. C .!:; NASHRiMP..LBPKG69* 4oz AEROSOL 's
o'clock in the Masonic Hall on Bradley, and 'Bennie Alexan-
: Brownlee st All members are QUARTERS : SAVE 10< HEAT & SERVE GOLDEN BROWN SHOo ."TENING
t asked to be present and on Award Dy was contin- .

: time. ued by having ;a picnic at .,,"+ : FISH STiCKS. ..... ................ ... L.KO/I9* .
I The regular meeting of thr Magnolia Lake-Park for all : SAY' lOt( .CARDINAL a..ND' '"
NAACP will be held at; 8 p. recipients and their guest 6711

r" __ I &9 c: SLICED BACON .. u.. .. .. ......... .... Po59* ; IB
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.. : CUBE STEAKS ................. ,.', ,. ..,$1.69 $1.00 ELSEWHERE .

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