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 13, 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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Rep. ShawSkeptical Chamber HEW Off,1iaI "-

RequestsJob ISdi.oolBoard. .

Of NewSession FormsNinetysix Asks ,To Meet

a ''i A persons have \ i

returned applications for

employment in the gar-

Rep. Eugene F. Shaw indicated r ment industry in answer to ,

Wednesday h e a request by an industry

joins other state legisla- prospect located by the

tors in their skepticism of Chamber of Commerce, -_ _

the wisdom of the special Manager Pete Novak say!!. ; ; :i: To TalkRights

constitutional revision session "The prospect is in the apparel .(

called for,June 24 by industry" Novak says, ",

Gov. Claude JCirk. "All those with experience

"But It's my duty and I'll I r or persons seeking employ-

go." Shaw says. I ment and willing to learn any ,

The Bradford legislator sees C. u phase of the industry are requested -

many problems In coming up ::, a.. > cots to fill out an application Status I"iI

with a new constitution In I form Immediately at the
the 20 days the Legislaturewill i Chamber of Commerce officein

have. Starke. The deadline for A Federal Office of Education .
There are objections to accepting applications is
many articles In the present John R. Simpson. Jr. and T. 1) Hester of Member' Buford Mitchell tit a Board of Oovcr- Thursday, June 20" Applica- official from Atlanta -

draft of the new document Owen Joist accept the 1068 Chamber of Comnor'a meeting last Thuridiij June 6, at the tions can also be clipped from Georgia has requested -

Shaw points out, such as the merre Industry. Appreciation Award from fourth Garden IJentaurant. the June 6 and 13 issues of a meeting next Wednes-
Judiciary article the Issuanceof The Telegraph and mailed to day, June 19, with the -

bonds by the state and the the Starke Chamber. Bradford School Board to

separation of the church and discuss elimination of the
state.If Industry Appreciation Award Is The Interested new Industry in prospect In )City I-atrolnmn rat Henry pxnmliitt' the blood splattered dual school system here.
all legislators, go to Talla- Bradford County if' a favol'IIble Plymouth n"rra."tl" which ,miiUil off SIt-IO with six local young l Supt. of Public InstructionTom

hassee with the Idea they will labor picture is shown by people| curly Saturday morning, June 8, Two were thrown out Casey said Robert Alex-

forget their objections vote at least 150 and both NUti'N. of I lie car worn .HinushiMl, .but It never turned ander of the Regional Office
persons Tilling out
for a constitution made up In applications for : over and the three Injured. will rwo\pr. of Education in Atlanta., under
20 days even though they For 1968 Goes To Owen JoistOwen employment. the Department of Health,

have objections, it could be awed It's really Important that. we 2 Thrown Out Education and Welfare, requested -
document Shaw says. demonstrate an availabilityof the meeting in a '

The local legislator also says Joist, Bradford Coun- film and talk with them about munity Utilization Potential labor" Novak stated last phone call Wednesday. Casey

he does not see how he can ty's newest industry, was recipient improving fronts of down- (CUP) Program There are week, "If we don't do that. we indicated the meeting will be

vote for a constitution In Tal- of ,the 1968 Industry town buildings In Starke. Win- seven steps the Chamber must may as well forget Industryfor Out Of Control Auto set for 8 p. m. next Wednes-

lahassee, just to get one out Appreciation Award given an- ton will represent artists' complete from deciding to this area." day In the School Board office *

when he wouldn't believe In It nually by the Starke-Bradford drawings'! of some buildings Improve the community' to fin- If ISO applications are received in the courthouse.

and couldn't support it to the County Chamber of Commerce. they could be Fashion, Inc. ally taking steps to Obtain a and sent to ,the pios- Status of Bradford's com-

people' who will have to vote Chamber Past President Bu- provides. face lifting servicesfor new Industry for the area. pert in New York City Novak pliance with the 1904 Civil

on It In November.One ford Mitchell made the presen- municipal buildings Heard Buford Mitchell, one says he expects a visit from Hospitalizes 3 Youths Rights Act was placed In Jeo-

out for the Legislature tation to T. D. Heater Owen -Was told (by Improvement of four Chamber members to the prospect within the fol- pardy in February after being

could be Shaw says placingthe vice-president'! in charge of Committee Chairman Bud Ml- make the recent industry tripto lowing week. okayed, the year before, when
new constitution on the operations in Columbia, S. C. zell that the County Commission New York City report on Novak withoutany Three.of six young people Ina Starke when/ the "car"failed ,to Supt. Casey received a letter
ballot In November that'**and John R. Simpson Jr., office has declared June CleanUp the group's activities. Mitchellsaid says persons car that' iwent out of control>1 make the curve 1-" mile east
/ from Lloyd H. Henderson education -
people could vote on It item and salea manager here In Paint Up, Fix Up month there .are' three leads for work experience can and wrecked, on SH-16 in of the Old Lowtey Road The branch chief In

by Item They would then.not Starke at a Chamber Board ot Mizell said 'bhe Garden Club Bradford County, and he ex- qualify for. employment. In SUirke at 3.00: am. Saturday. :PlymouUi.ran.pPfjbeIeft! side. .
'HEW's Office of Civil Rights.It
..- have trf-vute"70r" 9 ,c--eetlng-Jasa.Phu. tw-' wiir ; stated that unless a planto
which contained Items they day June 6. and land scaping, paint. in the near future' Business are many Jobs for whicnuieycan injuries back over the pavementand
completlly elmlnate the
did not like.'Legislators would Hester said the firm, 'maker dealers will offer special inducements men considering moving are be trained. He urges and Still In 'the 'Bradford County traveled 280 feet into the dual school system here is not
of steel joists U "happy with, and a film strip on concerned aIbout available lab- persons thinking they might Hospital Wednesday, June 12, ditch.
8ltlpaltdv&ntagfhe submitted and approved by
'"I It% I location<-here.'v! "will be shownat and the like to work In such a Job( In
improvements or distance employees
said; they could then approve } apace : were Rebecca. Newham,\16, be According to tho mveatlgatlingj HEW Bradford County could
Owen's Starke plant now has the Florida Theatre.Set would have'to drive' to i.' Bradford i County toill out '
articles to be placed on ing.held.4gtrpbeervatloL" .fjaf.fk .- officer' "* ,City; Patfoman:; '..,. lose all feder-al funds for the
and an application. .
annual 6 work Mitchell also
the ballot although they would a $250.000 payroll August a Tuesday said. They concussion; Richard Wainwright Pat Henry; the ditch bank kept 1968-69 school l .'' '
not support them to the public ships 7,000 tons of Joists per for the annual Membership expressed interest In having Persons with supervisory experience 20, who has a badly the vehicle from turning over School
The Board
never answered
or in the voting booth. year. It employs 51 persons Drive to be headed by Mem workers trained in the new are also needed and 'lacerated /arm, and Kathy M lee Frees was ,thrown throughthe although
the letter directly
The Bradford legislator and is located on the Lincoln bership Chairman Clyde Ter- Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Cen- should apply. (Frees, 18, who has lacerations rear window Officer Henry -
City road In southeast Starke.In wlllegar. ter here Mitchell, Ernest Supt. Casey did notify
f the and scalp and also
Several firms t> leg Bald Seeley was
other action, the Board: -Decided to participate in Patz, Guy Andrews, and Mgr. an officials in the State Depart
[Continued .
on Page Pour] Interest in locating In north- Douglas Lucien Conner, 19, thrown from the, car, which
ment of Education in Talla
-Was told toy Manager Pete the perennial Governor's Com- Pete Novak made the recent remained after
east Florida and perhaps, driver of the 1986 Plymouth upright skiddingon hassee. He has since continued
Novak that a May 17 letter trip in cooperation with seven Its side the
from the Interstate Commerce other north-east Florida counties Bradford County on a recent Barracuda; George Ernest See- rights along to receive phone calls from
Commission stated that agency and the Florida Development industry hunting ''trip to New ley, 23, owner of the car. andSherry ditch bank. Police estimatedthe HEW's Atlanta office requestIng -
5-Inch Rainfall intended to make no Investigation Thievery Down Commission. York City by the Chambersof Wilson, 19, were treated speed of the vehicle at 60 compliance.

of Commerce of seven area and released: from the Bradford mph.Conner brought the phone
of Casey
the discontinuance up
-Decided to sponsor an en- the
local passenger train service At SchoolBradford ,try to the Florida Crown Coun- counties in cooperation with County Hospital' charged with, failure driver to have was calls in the June 4 School

Wets CountyAn by the Atlantic Coastline Rail cil Beauty Pageant at Jacksonville the Florida Development Com- The young people were headed his vehicle under >control and Board meeting. He has been
west SR-16 approaching HEW the Is In
road. High PrincipalJim Beach. mission. on causing an accident. He was telling county
-Accepted the resignation Temple reported this --- fined $6.CO costa: In Starke compliance under Its Free-
average of five Inches of of Fred Peden Jr. former Casey
man- notlfed of dom-of-Cholce plan .
week he has been Mayor's Court Tuesday night.
rain fell In Bradford County ager ot Owen Joist here, and
only two examples
during: the week of June 3-10, elected Roy Burnham managerof said.The Board Instructed Caseyto
school's phy-
in the
according to the Florida For Carp's, to replace Peden on sical thievery education departmentsince Auto Inspection write the Atlanta office of
est Service. the Board.
an assembly was held HEW asking for specific pro
Heaviest rainfall was last -Received a letter of com- cedures in writing. The HEW
Thursday when an average of mendation for Ks work In pro- on the subject May indicated 20. he office has never put anything

3.4 Inches fell In a single day. moting toll-free phone service The principal of Equipment Due down In black and white.
that Is exemplary
The Louis Hill Tower at Law. between Keystone Heights and thinks .
the students at Bradford High Casey says.Federal
tey 'recorded five inches that want noth-
day the New River Tower 3.2 Starke.Approved the acceptanceof A group of parents met the Equipment for automotive officials and
School Board In early May to safety Inspections, is due to ing less than full
Inches and the Santa Fe T w. Ralph Bradford, former of all
er 20. of the National Cham- ask that student thievery be arrive in Starke Friday June plete integrcgatlon
manage and
Louis Hill recorded 6.8 inches Iber of Commerce, to speak at curbed at the high school. 14, Civil Defense Director school pupils and faculty of the
for the week Santa Fe 4.2 Inches the local chamber's annual They complained they were [ Frank Williams who Is :coordinating the total Alex-

and New.River 4.0. County banquet set next January. tired of purchasing new phy- the project now dual system Casey says.Indica-:
average for June over the -Was told by Roy Burnham sical education clothes and l6w says he has been told. ander again gave that
tion in his call Wednesday
last BO-years la 10.3 Inches that Sam Winton, representative shoes. If the equipment- arrives meeting
most of It coming during the of Fashions. Inc of St. Temple's talk with his students then in good condition, the requesting the

hurricane season>>' the Forest Petersburg will meet with local followed: the parents' county can "hopefully" begin with the Board.Alexander's the
Service said. merchants and landlords at appearance testing all types of vehicles request for

There was one woods fire 7:30: p.m. June 24 to show a 4 iJ under the new state law by meeting is apparenty HEW'sanswer
last week which burned only y1' July 1. The building to house to the Board's June 4

.2 acres. There .have been 122 the testing equipment put up request for specific steps to

fires since Jan. 1 this year. and 'n14t1i. bY Ernest Trlest of Keystone take in writing
922 acres burned. There were Million Increase R f 4.. } Heights, was completed Mon- The Board also voted June
92 fires and 776.8 acres burned $1 1i day and ,to ready to go, Williams 4 to write HEW that It feels
over the same period in 1967. says. The equipment Bradford County Is in compliance -

Expected In Tax RollBradford 7 wa, from shipped Springfield last Friday., Ill June Rights Act.with the Several 1964 (,board Civil

JUNE IS : It consists of a brake tester, members! indicated they resentHEW's

front end ,lift, and ball joint pushing the county toward (
CLEAN.UPPAINT.UP checker costing around $5,000. total integregation in
County's new tax will be the same as they have the face of made.
if the safety
of been since 1965, when the entire Plans are now
roll will show an Increase n Supt. Casey said yesterday
into operation
inspection gore
FIX-UP more than $1 million in tax- tax roll was revaluedunder sy'rt 'i 'rt double HEW now apparently wants
bv July I, to up
value law,
to As- the "Just
able values according YA. ''both and complete and total Integra-
check for June
MONTHPlease Oene bong the assessor said. At that time, the
sessor tion a year ahead of pre-
The new tax roll, now being Long assessed timberland at July during July'' ; viously announced schedule.It .
help put a Smile prepared by Long and his an average of $78, per acre. Plenty Of Tags Still" Left says. in Is apparently felt by school
The digit a tag num-
on Your Town Insteadof staff will be presented to the His new values were contestedIn officials here that Bradford
"t ber indicates which month a
A Frown Bradford County Commis- court by the timber com Clerks Esther Carter Loretta Merritt' and at the rate of about 80 per day. For (the! hovel motor vehicle, owner is sup- County has gone beyond the

sion the first week In July panies but the suit was decided Nellie Hudson would like have these boxes to .disappear. about 310 tag per day. need to lie posed to Have it checked. If schedule HEW originally set

Cooperative With when the board will sit as In favor of the assessorin of 1968-B9 motor vehicle t4s In Tax CollectorJ. Mold each day through June' 20. Kcllv'H fnro'ewill the last digit Is 4 or 5, Williams and that because Bradford' has

HIP Committee equalizers to hear any protests the lower court and all but the R. Kelly's office out their way. There be on the Job Saturilny, June IS, from says I!] the vehicle shouldbe progressed as far as it has
I- In This Countywide Improvement that might be made. one plaintiff paid taxes at faster than HEW hoped, the
until the June 8:30 until the and Inspected in June if It's
I An appeal filed are only seven days remaining a.m. people stop coming un- ;
Program. new figure. will push
Long said the list of real by Container Corporation will 20 deadline and the girl, and (Mr. Kelly would til 5:30: p.m. Monday, Jane 17. 6 or 7, In July; If 8 or 9, In federal total government faster.At .
is complete and for integration
This Space Contributed property be heard next month In the like to avoid a last minute' rush. There's no waiting mm, but them probably August and 0-1. in September.
shows an increase of 340000. each present 29 cent of
District Court of Appeals. Boxes are Mtlll piled .high wfth tag going will be a long ono next", Wpdnewlay. and Thursday Cbeck-ups are required per
to Publicize ad-
Weekly from
Most of this came an sfx months thereafter. the Negro students In Bradford
Community Events by dition to the natural gas facility Long said the personal pro- / 1 County attend predom-.
section of his assess-
near Brooker, the new perty ; Hunting, Fishing inately white schools, and 25
ments will also show an Increase -
The CommunityState Owen Joist plant at Starke, a per cent of the Instructional
from telephone cable } Licenses On SaleNew
Bank large number of new poultry lines, a new natural gas line. Local Guardsmen Train At BlandingII staff has been moved to com ;
houses, and private homes. and fishing ply with the Civil Rights Act.
Improvements.As hunting
and other
Assessments on real prop- II But several counties have.
Accounts now bumrcd erty for most landowners will a result he said the Starke National Guard hound 2.500 Guardsmenare Guardsmen now at Standing licenses go on sale Friday, recently voted to completely

up to $15,000 by be the same as last year. Long 1968 tax roll will show about unit Joined:, others frdm var- Vt Blanding in the third, are from Tampa, St. Petersburg June 14, In the office of County integrate their schools. Union's

Federal Deposit I...... said unless improvementshave $44 million in taxable assess ious parts of Florida arriving and largest !group of five Clearwater, Orlado, Cocoa Judge T. A Yawn In the school board made the decision -

ance Corp. been made which would ments as compared with the at Camp Standing ffnr the whlcn will train there this Miami Homestead Lake county courthouse.All several weeks ago and
increase the 'valuation. $42.7 million now listed. weekend to begin two) weeks summfer. City Jacksonville St. Auyus- present licenses expire

.Assessment on timberland of summer field tra1n :IS, la addition to Starke. the tine and Chipley, June 30. //Continued on Page Four J

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scrSnto I from Bradford County voted A eCuty free lunch ln-nervlce during the education crisis. r -

s I in March to"jpomblne FEA de-i tt\>Ining, and policies of dls- Mrs. Marilyn Roberts, South- II II
f'1 'u w. partments into one organization -1 mi>sal of local school boards. side Elementary is president; Meet And See

e under one board. I, v Tiio' BEA as the local education Bill Cliett vice-president;
6 r1 Classroom! teachers comprise association, should be Mrs. Ruth Jenkins secretary

I I by fan, the largest majority of the.'ent, that negotiatessuch' and Miss Delia Rosenberg, Your Next U. S. Senator
the,.FEA.\ and Hayes said:! the A master contract, Hayes treasurer.The .
GLADYS MOOTY voice of the teachers will now said V president Mrs. Roberts,
?, r be hoard more directly. The individual contracts appointed\ a committee to worK
Phone 964-7603 lr 7Pr 1I Ho urged the BEA, as! a local -I now fclffneAxby teachers, on ''on' by-laws revision during

\ association ta structure j I close reading, state only: the I the summer. GURNEYLUNCHEON.
Mrs.' Lamar Williams of YN/2 Donald W Xhxw'ntonjwhose ; itself so that classroom teachers salary the teaVier will : draw; ED

Wwti Lake Wales is visitingher ship the USS'TIdlplnterl: ; ? will' have a strong; voice In and, the .number of walking 'rTlr"RflyTfi ;
father, Reese Scott, and Mr. has been at Mayport the' !
past; local education: affairs. days. The ,, remaliU'Jer of, ttyaootitrart
alld:.Mrs. Edwin Williams for three weeks, left loi:"Bis"Kic.cim&o CHURCH OF CHRIST
,., ., HayoH also said! the trend Is tells what'the tracjricrs -
two weeks while her husband base in Norfolk_ .a.? (ZJn.p Aiirn ,
will do'. for the 'brhfiol
now( for local county
is at National Guard at Mrs. Thornto.n31If: I ijph-j YOUTo
day. I
camp } ta'if tion associations to regionalize board but nothing about) 'theboard's j
''Carnp' Blanding.Mrs. tor who have a.Up.been? 'here:: with nearby counties to r"eprnrs1hil1ty, ; to th
Myrtle Anderson WAS in the past three wacfksvVhtfng!" : Hear "
ji form more effective. stronger, teacher HayeS'Said., .
Cdcba l! from Wednesday! to Sun- their parents, "l\ S3Wtl-_ Irs I
!! j He noted that a con' ral/:t is; .
as well as larger organiza- THE
J\frs.\ .e GOSPEL
day visiting: Mr. and F. W. Strlckland3ioia"EMrVinclMrs. : : l I I AT .
Instrument both sides
a an
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Anderson and Mr and Mrs. Ellis Thornton.have returned I .
Edward Sohwaib, and attended to their:JtH: >fl};<5-m Nor,; Bradford teachers were agree to, l lI OF CHRIST i
thc,.&'raduatlon of John H. An- folk. \ rtliM Jlary, milkner" right, is retiring this year alter .11yeur5 warned that education faces I I Hayes, also told,the tesicjicrs: ,
detteofl: from high school! on S/Sgt. Arthur .JVi'n'Wcr. ,. who of teaching ut Ia\xti\v .Junior llifth Silmol" In grades i many problems in 1969 when. that local education much 8:30 'Sunday Morning I INNSATURDAY
Thursday night. has '"'been on duty iu 'Iceland, ; I..'. She" IIIIH taught; In l>nMi<' xchooN for 3(1( years. many of (the recently passed tiona have not done! as I
education financing bills I, as they could In the area I of WPXE I
expire Radio
Paul and Jim Hamilton spent the past two anA-iLittlfci'-: : :.Miss I lUln'nI'r'u"' honored> ( ut tilt iiiiiunil' Bradford Kiliiiii-; Dial 1490
the weekend with their grandparents was visiting his mother, Mrs, ] In the face of another staff desegregation. Educationassociations
: Mr." and Mrs. I 13. W. E. A. Winkler, "f'l'' o m"P'tn1'1ty'rO'Tuesday ."tlolassoelation's! retirement lunclicon Tui-Hil.iy its u legislative session. Lookingtoward I should: strive] to Worship Service
she ",ins uluuyn! \; ..>op.<>rnt<*il iiml l been uilling/.: do. more! thiinJicf JUNE 15TH
I make the required changes I as
his Rep Eugene F. Shaw,
;JJickson, in Winder, Ga. and then Joined : I Sunday, 11:00 A.M. ,
) Mhur.h.: .. Fruix'os Ilinnlon.( frllow tru<'lirr, .
I Mrs. Bobby Crawford andson wife and family Westliamp-- : n prcniMited who attended the luncheon. smooth as possible he salt.In I
are visiting: : Mr. and Mrs, ton, LI., N.Y.r ." her with u Jewelry box>> >1 und phi| from tinKK.\ im-nilx-rs. Hayes said he has to admit a business>pieetlnj after Bible Study, Sunday 12:30 P. M. 2:00: P. M.
Nestor Garcia .In Miami this Mr. and Mrs. r... R. Gooding ]legislators have put In a tremendous the luncheon tte'PEA me in- '
vjcek. and Mr. and Mrs. W. F.-: Good- amount of time for bers re-elected the! same !C A.M. and 7 '.\\f. .

s Rev and Mrs. E. F. Mayton, Ing and children, and MTi., and Stand Up Take Part the state regardless of whether cars they elected in 01ti.1' I 3 Mi. South on US 301
oj: the State Farm have' moved :Mrs! Alvoyd Grooms all of I teachers agree with them. when the officers ;

.te Gainesville after Rev. May- Charleston, SCU s ps n t-rlast;: ) Asking/ for a greater teach -- -, TICKETS
tin's retirement, Saturday, 'week at Klngaley .R.kl'w\i;; :also er effort on behalf of education Andrews;
Here Told When You Use An Charge AVAILABLE FROM ANY OF TilE
Teachers .j;
*dY Mayton left _today for visited their brothe6ir1law I and I in the coming year. Hayes a ?
Georgia Tech, Atlanta, Ga. sister, Mr. and Mt. H. K. 'Cited the need fort: : A.llnt( I r a-

:jMr. and Mrs. Lester Crews Davis. ::.: I '. Teachers need to stand up luncheon held at the Holiday -Some kind professional i Your j prescription> Tax: Records GURNEY COMMITTEEOR

mid daughter, Carolyn, and O, Vernon HarreUland: : gamily and: take a -greater!! part in Inn negotiations statute so communications are Kept For You -- By Us
Llnsin Were in Atlanta, Ga.. of Virginia BeacJi. iYl. are will not be lost '
Iii! :Ihelr profession, members of "The very foundations of AT TIlE LUNCHEON
ojj business'over the weekend. spending this1ee'k Mtti :Mr. the'Bradford Education Assoc- our country will come apart betwen the local board ,and Andrews Drugs
.Rev. and Mrs. V. J. Rags- and Mrs. J. H.,Harrell.. I
the local education associa- pS
Jatton-: rfe" told Tuesday by unless we get'( an education itMS
41e, Rev. and Mrs E. F. May- Mrs. Betty drawford"and( tion. For Fast. Delivery Dlnl/ 114-7170 SCR pl [PRICE $2.00STARKE(

tin Mrs. C. D. Williams and sons were visiting: her son-In- I :Chairman of the ClassroomjJTcachers' system so every child", gets an In-service training for .__, _m __ __ .
Department of the adequate education, Haynes .
Mrs. J. R. Hixon were In Lake I law and daughter. Sgt. and ( teachers "
i I Florida! 'Education Association told the teachers. -Ft-,
F$n1last: Week attending. the :Mrs. Gene Pass in Columbus, -A master contract between -
Arthur Hayes. He said he was making the
weekend.Joey I
annual Methodist Conference. Ga over the I
the local education
; as-
'The- briefly final speaking :
speaker appearancesfor :
Jordan of
Jean of Talla- and Andy
Mlss Mundy
jjtrce: weeks vlaitiSg; their : l to the point addressed for the state Classroom Teach. sorlatlon and the School PLAZA
is home on two Lake City are;
;:the'' local l teachers at the ers Department' since FEA Board spelling\ out such things
'Vacation before entering Colum- grandparents, MrTTiiSl: Mrs. : I a Lr Open All Day Every
fcja: University dn New York H. A. Lawson;=th* -:-W'eekend. :;;3EA's.. .' annual'; ', retirement delegates,, including those as dnss load planning periods Day Fri. & Sat.
Mrs.. Kowjai! Math- .
Qlty, where she will complete! Mr. and
study for 'her PhD, degree.Sfae ews of Folkston::G8cand Mr. w ssrroasaeroc Till 7:00( P. 11.BIG .
and her mother: Mrs W. and Mrs. Bru -Mafchews'\ nnd

H Mundy, have as their guest family of Gainesvllfe were Sun ,-
tills week Mrs. J. D. McLendonoj day visitors of-Mrf' -,and Mrs. I::
Rock\( mil, N. C. Garl Mathews. "-; r 1H
I Robert i'Oehe.reaii And his Mrs. Chailas Patrick wand y
tAother, Mrs. Emile Genereau daughter, Cindy,'of West F.or. If.If.I t

of West Springfield. Mass, arrived Ida spent the first ot tho.'w.eek I;

Tuesday to Join his wife with heir mother Mrs. Gladys 1 a 1y I
aid, children: who are visiting Weldon. r
her parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. John Doas"and-daughter -

Jfofbert Green, until aftor the Martha of Lake City werTuesday I;
visitors of her parents,
Saturday Mr and Mrs. E. W, Hayes._..; GIFT BUYS FOR DAD

''I Albert Kci '!""i'eof'_ Miami! was Mrs.. Frank Weavejf: 'jXViU-

visiting; Mr.:. and Mra.: R. R. I iston was Friday overnight r r'l
Cjilsm, over the weekend. guest of Mr.,;and Mrs.; W T. I:i A Extra tow Discount .c.
arid attendedthe
;Mr.; nd: Mra. Grover Hatton Jackson : .
ad famirjrof! : SneadS,''and Mrs. BHS graduation. -:". ;_:." :. SELECTION BIG VALUE
hT ": "
Laura Cavaliers and Mrs. Wed- Mr. and Mrs': Charles-) ,-God- I'I'I ,

dill pf ;Bradford,' Pa. were frey and family':of AUterS.C. ;: -',.
Clemcfis..Mrs. and Mrs. Tylee-iouEa,'.at Kings-: I
visit- Lake. : gzsvirw.flfeiMr. ; : Spor1t. Shirts
H. Ij.| Brownlee is ley
lift her sister Mrs..T. N. Llm- and; MesL-Boberl\ Tannerof .
b ugh, in Lakeland for two Baldwin' And i vjmXZMra.Charles F r'I
weeks. Fields of Jacksonville I '

were Sunday.:vlsit.ara-ttS.Mrs.> .; I; "
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer "
J. H. Fields. $199 $ 99
o$ i-lttsbyrgh, Pa. were weekend -
guests EberleMlsa of Mr. and Mrs.Ries Clane Mr. and and children Mrs. "Willlan. of Arcadia Mc- I : (our reg. low $79.88 ?

were Saturday to.Tuesday visitors -I
Carol McRae has gone of their grandparents l

t4] Tyler, Texas for the sum- Mr. and Mrs. George, B. FlynnSr. .
irssr where she is Youth Dir- -

edtor at the Green Acres Bap- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gerg of \ : All Permanent Press

tilt Ohuroh. She was accom- Umatilla spent the i weekend; \ / : .. i
p.fnled toy Mrs. Paul Bridges with Mr. and Mrs. Al 'Hart- '" s
w\.o returned Friday aften ten Compare with shirts seltmg for $1 I morel! l r i pp '

days vlsit.with Mr. and Mrs. mann.Mrs. Salon ja Was(of-Halnptton : : 4 Choose from a huge selection of solids, Pu sa ..p- .

TM 'Osborne in Houston Tex- Is a patient In the Starke woven plaids, iridescent and many others in + ir, e

ai The Osbornes and Mrs. Nursing Home.: : regular and Ivy styled collars ... sizes S-XL. u,
Bridges visited the Hemis-Fair Mlsa Marla Moore of FSUand T1911R-FRi.SAT ONLY Great for DadiPermanent'Press!
In San Antonio\ and New Tom Galloway of the University -
Ie 08. r' of Virginia spent the 1 =
Talley of the s Men's KnitsTURTLENECXS
3m-3 James weekend with Mrs. Martha. 4
Us; Forl'estal-is 'home on 30daiys Moore.

+ leave iJvtr. Larry Smith of Paxton Is t
"- and Mrs. Nate Dyal, Mr. visiting Mr. and Mrs.'.. lu F. I : ;
aijd Mrs T. L. Casey and Mrs. ,
Smith and Mrs. Lucile Davis HOCX TURTLES
(E.T. Vestal attended the Neeld this week. _. -
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fafnlly. reunion In Leesburg on Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Red- i : D R E S 5 LAYERED LOOKS
Sunday. dish will have as...guests Mr. I II .
the "
mong those attending and Mrs. Drew Reddish and u
Will-Bennett wedding at theE of -o.Oola. >y FASHION COLLARS
family Wilming on. I ; ,
tscopal Church in St. Augustine who arrive Saturday for':! ,hree
on ,Saturday afternoon I : PERSONAL PORTABLE TV SHIRTS IE c "
weeks, and Miy! \nd Mrs ql len
wjre. Mr. and Mrs Guy Andrews Reddish who'Vill arrive next : .. $

Mr. and Mrs. George Gus Wednesday for 'Pve\ wOTlut:! I I Get great picture qualify in this compact, good-looking 72 sq. In. screen TV. / _
Mr. and Mrs.
Roberts Jr. The Bennett famhy :jceuiilon Give Dad his TV. to
own "personal" Special sale includes
Kvpelousoa, :Mr. and Mrs. E. L. price earphone, I-yr guarantee
held at the homt Mr.
was I. on picture tube and 90-dayj on parts and labor.
Mrs. In-
Mr. and '
and Mrs. Fred Bennett last $199 .
Mathews k
Mrs. W. B. Mundy Sunday SrrnTWTKJmgr.!!/ .. I I.e: :
Sale, and | / ? at
Mr.Mr. and and Mrs.Mrs.John Guy Torode, Col." Larry Noegel will return to I 16 TRANSISTOR Choose from Tremendous"selection _

and Mrs. J. A. Griffin, Mrs. J.AJ'KJrlffln the University summer of sessionat Alabama' this tho: I.. Ban Lens Chavettes:and Perma Press binds.
{' ; Mrs. J. E. Wilson ''! \\ Sizes S-XL. Save at Carp's. low prices.
weekend' after beini Jnpma I(! for 'J
and! Mrs. Mall\ Strlngfellow two weeks .:T .."_.t.* t" i*".. ,, M-FM sir
Bradford .. .. No.Iron coHon short
Local adrfki:arcs to Mr and Mrs. W H. Nollman ..:. polyesfer.
County Hospital! this week include attended the graduation of : '-, sleeve shirts in white and fashion r'"i'S''

.. : Mrs. Lottie Mae Jones their granddaughter Janelle Shortwave ", ." ".. ,... .: ( colors. Choice of regular or button'down Hen's
'and Mrs. Lula Mae Baxter of Dawkins, from st. Johns Aca- I -- color...sizes 14V .11. Genuine Leather
Broker: Mrs\ Mattye Sar- .
demy on Tuesday night of last
gertt; Clair Harth. and WilliamReynolds week, and also Janelle's''';bi( \th-: ::i: .; :.!ALL BAND RADIO others from 1.99' '
of Keystone' Weights; day dinner that, night -at the Bee! Roll Loafer'f
"Mrs. Net-
"Ms Mattle Hough, home of Mr; and. Mrs CrosbyH.
.Starling.. Maxine Herndon? Dawklnq.

Me Rufus;' Bishop Horifljeak of Lawtey and Mrs;Mrs.Montey, Em-Ida University Miss KlaraLfihocrky of: 'Florida!: was of last the I' 'OIl!' ,.. -4, 'MORE GIFT IDEAS oU$1$ $088Genuine

Loqney of Maxville; Friday overnight guest of Mlns: ., <-_'N ?'
-mf.: Lee Griggs Lake Butler; Dee Walters while em'onto 'to I 10.. '.. r ... "
Joseph Richarde Raiford; and her home In CWploy r Men's Pajamas
:Mrs. Mavis Goo Mr. and Mrs. C., H. Nawor, our rea sown
DeSue JohnPcWell 8 but 14 transistors t give extra 100% sanforized cotton broadcloth.: $299 '
Cruse Jr., Allen thy: attended the Philco Con- $24 0 you power loafer in I leather upper
Mrs. Bonnie' Pratt Bar- ference at the Paradise Bench low $29.88 r"; f4Fr.4A4tar-lteAepfion.' Telescoping} an- regular_ and shorties. .double sole for loig-.
ry,:: Padgett, Henry Scurry, Hotel in Nassau! May 30 to. tenna, slide rule tuning handsome black 'Men's Ties & Belts er Wear. Smooth lorMen's
Richard Walnwrtght' and Tune 3. The NaacworUxys taluo .:t. .viAxJ J case.. .and it plays on batteries pebble grain..
'Kathy Frees of Starke. visited Mr and Mrs. J.V.. or electric! Select from 4-in-hand or redi-tled. $100

Gloria ,Strickland Is visiting Deaver and family;-!InJVlnlyr .I'l r. _.-. ....-. A..1 Leather belts for casual or dress. b
her: grandmother, Mrs. MarionMoyer w"
) in Jacksonville' ,this Haven on Sunday. / ; 1\ u'; 11)1 Men's Ban Lon Sox
Laura Duncan of West Point, .le GENERALELECTRIC 69' 2PieceLuggage
t ..z .
week. Ga. is visiting her grandparents .t'I Choice of fancy cable patterns .
Mr and Mrs. M. J. Dyal of Mr. and :Mrs K. G. Dun :0 I\\ -jw: fashion colors. ...., r.
Dolray Beach are guests of can for twp weeks. l ;
Mrs. T. D. Dyal. Mr. and Wrs.AiHar1ey;:; of '-0 Men's Swimwear :Set

''Dr. and Mrs. P. G. Felos" andsoil Merrltt: Islarjd;f p ja{ the weekend __ d -transistorradio Double knits and lastex in all popular t File 99
were visiting Mr. and :Mrs.\ ; ...
with their parents, Mr. and ,.".. .,./ and colors. up '
(I. Felos In Fort Laude styles
William iMen's
Mrs. McRae and Mr
Barney *
dale the Krat of the week. and Mrs. Lonnie Harley, while : "
Walk Shorts only
\ and Mrs. Walter S. Van- LOCU-RADIO $19]
/j\lr. enroute to a convention In G.E. ( 50
derlip of Tucker Ga. are visiting Chicago Ill. for ;three days. No-iron: shorts in solids and woven $3 .

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty Their children::*e iialned' in our reg. low $13.88 i our reg. 97 plaids.
mother, Mrs. $ pn
anAArs. Mooty's, from Monday ents.Starke with their" grandpa' I No tubes to burn out with 8 low $5.88 ) Men's Dress Slacks i ''' Rugged semi-molded frame; withhighsheen

:, solid state circuitry Wale to ..1'l8' Koratron $600 good-lopking vinyl v..r-
tTTTMiss Judy Blankenship of I music with: great sounding permanent press summer ing. Big 2-iuiter case and matchingcompanion '
Includes .. choice of, colors.I 29.4Z
battery, earphone, case! I weight. '
HaUieaburf Miss was visiting II RUBBER STAMPS and AM radio Beautifully. styled, ov rnigHt' r in choice. of
MfT': and Mrs., Kdwln William Pad-a", Bradford County Tffnrnph. \ hi.impact case. I charcoal or'' olive._ .
last: week. I I'h 961-fir.OV: : v ...- .

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Mary Lu GnannIs Marian Green UDC Installs ADD MACHINE ROLLS. ADDING MACHINES Man-

ComplimentedAt Feted At Party New OfficersAt File Folders complete line office na. or electric. For .!. .*

I ShowerMiss And LuncheonMiss LuncheonS nippltak-,The Telegraph. i rent.. Add subtract credltifcnl-.
Fh 984-6305. .etce.- Bradford County Tefe-
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Mary Lu Gnann, whose Marian Green, whose The W. T. Weeks chapter *raph. -:.:;:'
UDC held a covered dish lunch- MIMEO STENCILS and Ink.I
marriage to Norman ReddingJr. j marriage to Eddie Douglas will
will take place June 21, I be an event of Saturday June eon and Installation of officerson Duplicating machines and

964-7608 was complimented with a miscellaneous IS, at 8 p. m. In the First Wednesday of last week at supplies. Bradford County SERVICE SCHEDULE!:
(- shower Monday Methodist Church was hon- the Kingsley Lake home of Telegraph. -ST. EDWARD'S CHURCH
night in the Madison Street Mrs. F. B. Beard with.15 members
Kathleen ThomasIs Elmer-Bradley ored at two parties In the past Starke:
Baptist Church education build week present. Sunday Mass: 9:15: a. m.-' -
:ComplimentedAt. Wedding FridayMrs. ing. Hostesses were Mrs. R. O. The W. B. Mundy cottageon Arrangements of pink roses Thursday MASS\ 6::30 p. me
Dandby. Mrs. C. E. Scott. Mrs. and Shasta daisies were used In GLASS Miraculous Medal Novenaf
Lake the
Shower KingSley was setting
Merry'Lou Shepard' O. T. Derkman, Mrs. R. R. Andrews decorating:: the Beard homo.for Saturday p. m. "'"
a delightful luncheonon
Miss\ Kathleen I Thomas, Bradley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson, Mrs.L. I Wednesday of last week the occasion. \. j FOR EVERY PURPOSIMirrors Confessions! : S p. m. and 'I
Mrs. Charles, C. Shepard. of A. Canova, Mrs. N. P. Joy- Mrs. Lester Crews presid m. ,
bride-elect on June 22, was given by Mrs. Mundy, Mrs. p. p. M
Lake City, and Dr. Richard ner, Mrs. P. T. Nolln and Mrs. over the meeting during wMcl
honored at a miscellaneous Arthur Elmer of Atlanta, Ga.. W. E. Lawson. -F.f D. Reddish, and Mrs. GUY It was announced that a gift of I -ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH
shower Friday night, June 7, son of Mrs. Arthur V. Elmerof Arrangements of pink roses! Sale honoring Miss Green. $50 was given to the chapterfor FOR EVERY PURPOSE Keystone Heights.'S.

given by Mrs. Maurice Win- Kdssimmee! and 'the late Mr. and Shasta daisies were used Guests were greeted at the the upkeep of the new Sunday Mass: 7:30: a. Bland

gate and ,Mrs.Mrs.Pete Kenneth G. Feloa C. Grider at the, Elmer.were united in marriageon in decorating. The refreshment door by Mrs. Guy Sale and monument at ''the Crosby Lake, SHEA'SGLASS O>::00 a. m.Wednesday ..w

home of the latter. Friday evening: June 7, at table I held a centerpiece of presented to the receiving line Cemetery recently. : Mass and 'Novena .<>
8 o'clock at ,the home of the hydrangeas, and the punch composed of the honoree her Miss Madge Middleton Installed CO. 7 j>. m. ...;
The gift table in the living bride's aunt, Mrs. Carl A. bowl was encircled with daisies mother, Mrs. Robert Green 'the following officers: 'ni'
room was ''centered with an Knight, In Starke. and greenery. and Mrs. H. C. Douglas of president, Mrs. L. G. Powell; J72-4315 372-4 JSJ -ST. MARK'S CHURCH..

epergnette filled with garden Rev. Carson Brittian of the I Gam<,*!! were played by the Brooker, mother of the brlde- first vice-president Mrs. J. W. 1313 N.W.. 4th PIeceS Macclermy.:
G.ias.vIlIs! #
ias. Centering the dining room First Bap Id8\ t Church, Lake 40 guests and prizes awardedto : eroom-elect. Mrs. Charley Kincald; second vice-president, Sunday: Mass: 11:30: m. m."
taMe was an arrangement of City performed the ceremonyin the winners. Johns invited guests Into the Mrs. E. L. Matthews; secretary .

red roses in a silver container. the presence of relatives anda I Corsages were presented to .. dining room.A Mrs. B. K. Perryman: treasurer .
Guests /were greeted at the few close friends. After ,the Mrs. J. A. Gnann. mother of yellow color scheme was Mrs. H. L. Speer: regis-

door by Mrs. Felos and presented ceremony a reception was held the honoree, Mrs. Norman Redding \ carried out in flower arrange- trar, Miss Madge Mlddleton; .: I
to the honoree and her In the garden of the Knight mother of the bride- it ments. The buffet table cowered historian Mrs. F. J. Pellum; # 1
mother, Mrs. Herbert Thomas.: home. ,groom-elect and to the bride- with a white linen cut- recorder of crosses, Mrs. J. E. i'

The hostesses presented the Following a wedding trip to I elect. Miss Gnann also received work cloth was centered withan Wilson I I ; and chaplain, Mrs. "
honoree and her mother with New York City the couple will I a covered casaerole I to her arrangement of yellow W. B. Mundy. ,

white gladioli corsages and reside in Atlanta.Methodists chosen ch1na pattern from her pompoms. gladioli. and mums.

they also gave the brideelecta ,hostesses as a rememlbrance of rItir' The four Individual dining/ St. Mark's Women >

Corning baiting dish as a Honor the occasion. tables were centered with Lt1i1Q' 'Say's'

momento of the occasion. i iII Pastor And Wife nosegays of gardenias and Met MondayThe : I

Mrs. Gus Kopelouaos assisted! yellow pompoms. Women of St. Marks .
in serving. Birthday Party Each guest contributed a
Episcopal Church held their
, I odist Members" Church of the honored First Meth-Rev. For Tammie Kish Nancy Dutton Wall Becomes Bride favorite recipe for the hon regular meeting Monday nightat 'HAPPY FATHERS DAY' :
I oree. The hostesses presentedMiss the
Parish House
with Mrs.
GnannReddingMiss and Mrs. V. J. Ragadale at an Of Mr. Bennett In St. AugustineMiss :
Little Tammie Kish celebrated Green with the salad Stanley No e gel as hostess.

Mary Onann and Butch I I Ice cream In Fellowship social Sunday Hall. evenIng her sixth birthday an- Nancy Dutton Wall became La.; Miss Kim Mason, Tampa: bowl to her chosen china pat- This was the last meeting until Super: Farahcron, Farah's own blend of polyester l'
Bedding will be united In niversary on Thursday June, tern as a memento of the oc- September.Mrs. and combed cotton
The buffet table held a the 'bride of Samuel Allen Miss Susan Vickery, Metalrie, !
marriage I 6, when her mother. Mrs. Paul casion. Kenneth Grider presidedand r
on Friday June 21,
centerpiece of yellow chrysanthemums Bennett Saturday afternoon at- La.; and Miss Kate, Williams, '
at 8 in Kish gave a party for her and Mrs. Herbert Thomas gave
p. m. Hope Baptist
.and nowerswel'e 5 o'clock in of WALK
Church. summer 20 little friends at their homeon Trinity Episcopal Perry.All I Last Thursday night Mrs,,,. the devotional. Rev. Staalb, SHORTS
used on the tables where Church, St. Augustine. The attendants wore floor ;
Raiford road. P. T. Noun and Mrs. Warren who was a guest, announced -'t
I Ml friends and relatives are guests were seated.J. Rev. Arthur Stanley Bullock length gowns of bright, lime
The refreshment table was I Winkler entertained the that there 'would be services
1 Invited: to attend. W. Ritch led In group officiated at the double ring green cotton ottoman with You don't have to .
1 covered with a birthday party Methodist Chancel Choir at a. Wednesday night July 3, when
singing and also presented a cloth and centered with a white ,.ceremony. Edwardian neckline The Empire party honoring Miss Green at, all Episcopalians and the I 11 (1.-t a. \
Recent The bride Is the daughter of waistline accented (Iron Ever!
Birth china snack set to Mr. and bl'l1thdaycake decorated with was the Winkler home. The party friends are Invited to attend ,
I Mrs. Ragsdale as a parting Brigadier General and Mrs. with a cummerbund of hot pink '
pink florets. The youngsters was held after a short choir After an Interesting meeting, 'iM
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Otis gift from the 'church: were given favors of party Harold IC. Wall, of St. Augus- satin, with large bows In front. Rev. Staab dismissed the group ..
tine, and formerly of Starke. identical bows ,In SUPER:
They wore
The Ragsdales this week
I I Pratt of Starke announce the horns and paper umbrellas.Mrs. Arrangements of purple hydrangeas with prayer. Refreshmentswere
The ''bridegroom Is the son of their hair and their flowers
for DeBary. Orlando .
Klah assisted by served from tea table
, Wrth of was a '
a and gardenias were
daughter Carla Vtr. and Mrs. Odis Bennett of cascades of hot .
were pink car-
where Mr. Ragsdale has been
I Mrs. Duane Dykes, Mrs. George used in the The overlaid with a cutwork cloth
Kay 'on June :3 In Bradford assigned as pastor by the Ricl<3, and :Mrs. T. A. Yawn.SAVE St. Augustine. I nations. refreshment party table In rooms.the din- and centered with an arrange- I Farahcron I
County Hospital. Methodist Conference. | I John Parkyn, organIst, played Odls H. Bennett served his ment of Troploana roses. .
\ "Rlgaudon" by Campra as son as best man. and ushers ing room was covered with a
,\ -- 'the processional and "ToccataIn were Michael Dean Barnaid white damask cloth and cen- 'q ,;tt % :- -' SHORTS

F Major" by Wldor as the and William i I I i Herbert Wall. tered with a crystal ,basket Rivers Reunion :;:' ti If' WITH

recessional.The brother of the bride (both of holding hydrangeas and gar Held At GrahamThe ;;.
FOR A WEDDING I denias. and gardenias en- 5. : T EXCLUSIVE
bride was given In marriage St. Augustine; Willlnm Russell! Ivy I
by her father. She woie Morcum, and ClIfford Lamont circled the punch bowl. Rivers family reunion 5, 5 FaraPress T
a floor length formal gown of Poe, of Jacksonville: and Harold The hostesses presented the was held at the home of Mr. : ,
i Ught Ivory silk organza over Cayce Waldrep, of Holly honoree with a piece of her and Mrs. George Rivers In Gra- by :

I bt i taffeta with modified empire Springs Miss.Following china pattern as a mementoof ham on Sunday. '
I bodice i featuring, florentine the ceremony a the occasion and the choir Attending were: Mr. and ,; I
f I neckline and short sleeves. reception II.S. given by the nave her a silver sandwich Mrs. Pierce Crews of Lawtey, : 5: ffllffiNEVER !'
\ tcS I Appliques of Peau d'Ange lace bride's parents\ the Mark W. tray.ALso Mr. and /Mrs. Waldo Prlngle '

S covered the bodice and sleeves Lance Armory, St Augustine.Mr. attending besides the Mrs. Alphle Parrlsh Mrs. Onie
1' and extended down each side and Mrs. Bennett will choir members, were Mr. and Thornton and Mrs. Iva McKInney ",

'S S c and around the hem of the reside In Los Angeles Calif. Mrs. Olin White Jr. Mr. No- all of Auburndale; Mrs., : I,
: A-line skirt. The full circular where they will be at home lin and Mrs. Robert Oener- Billy Springer of Hailnes City;

2, : I train was !bordered with Peau after June 14.Hospital aux sister of the honoree. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rivers and '
t. I d'Ange lace, and her mantilla Mrs. White assisted in serving. daughter of Dothan Ala.; yI :
.1 was an: original design of pure Alpcti\iatY\ and Mrs. Willie Rivers Jr. Mr'j '.
,. -t S S 5 S S' silk English Illusion:, bordered daughter of Colnmibus ;
First Baptists
*, S\S f with scallops of re-embroidered Hears ReportsFrom Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Crews of 'i
; I lace. Her bouquet was a cascade ChairmenThe Honor Fifteen Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Leon NEEDIRONING
of Thalonopsls orchids Ellington and family' Mr. and
S 55 ',' S &a5 I
BHS GraduatesThe
frS W. Atwood and '
S ,', with stephanotis. Mrs. F. family S :
Bradford County
., .' The matron of 'honor was Mrs. Carol Atkinson of Brook-' ;
'S Auxiliary met Monday First Baptist Church T"5 5
Mrs. Janet Ponton Thomas, of er; and Miss Pamella Outlawof
morning with Mrs J. W. honored Its BHS
? graduating
New York City, and the maidof Gainesville.\
::5' honor was Miss Patricia Ritch presiding, Miss Lillian members at a banquet Sunday S They're Ironing While
Klizabeth Griffin of Tampa. Stump gave the devotional. evening before Baccalaureate Madison Street .5 l 4 They're'Drying..

S. S Bridesmaids were Chi Omega Reports from the committee Service. The fifteen seniors

p 1.' dS ." sorority sifters of the bride< : chairmen, were given and were seated at a U-shaped Baptists Honor
Smart New Colors In Cool Lightweight
<:f ;.t f'I Miss Millie Ball, New Orleans, Mrs. Titus Olson Hospitality banquet table. In the Pecan ...
,,I S .' '< ... '" .'"".4''J. Shop chaliman showed a pro Room of the Garden Restaur- Six GraduatesThe

i L' S \, fit of $299.02 Four new members -, ant. The class colors of blue Madison Street Baptist Elegant FARARCRON: Ivy Beige, r
., : THE BRADFORD were announced.The and white were used In decorating to
Church honored their six BHS
i .SS:' ; I COUNTY TELEGRAPH voted to senda Olive Black.
Auxiliary > with blue hydrangeasand graduates at a dinner partyat Light ,
check to the memorial fund white daises. Interspersedwith ..
5'S S 5 SS S I Published every Thursdayat the Holiday Inn on Friday I
'S-5 S of Mrs. Isabel Simpson. It white lighted tapers .. .
138 W. Cau St., night. May 31. "
$ S S .5 was announced that the hot along the length of the ban- Sizes to 20 >I'
Fla. 32091 The dining table centered
L.555 S Starke.
__ tL.e and cold: food carts had been quet tables. Miniature grad with an arrangement of sum- $400"Regulars .
S and would soon be marked the And ,
Second class postage paid purchased uate place cards mer flowers. held place cards
at Starke, Fla. in use at the hospital. The seating arrangement. and favors at each senior's -. .-
Subscription Rates: approximate cost was $4.000. Following the shrimp din- place. The six seniors were Slims .
'Savillgs and LoanASSOCIATION Three children's safety beds ner the guests were entertained Cheryl Derkman Ronnie S
In trade area: $4.00 per are beIng bought at approxi- by "The Three Cheers." Kirkland Elaine Murray "
year; $2.25 six monti. mately $200. It was also votedto Beverly McRae Kay Colson
Debbie Clark. Bobby Dodd,
Outside trad buy bed card holders.E. and Della Wlson with several '
'rc7 area: 14.90: and Leslie Thomas. Enjoyingthe :
OF STARKE per year; 2.8O six months F. Saunders thanked the musical numbers. occasion with them were t5 STARKE'S

218, N._ Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000 group for cooperating; with Graduating seniors atend Mrs. D. L. Thomas' P. T. No- ..
r"" E. L. Matthews editor and the Hospital Board In makingthe Ing were: Kay Colson J. Roy lin, Mr. and Mrs. R., O. Dans- FASHIONS
II I::1 publisher hospital one of the finest Chasteen Martha Dennis. by. and A. H. Clark.

I and best equipped: In the area Lloyd Bryan. Kathy Howard I The six seniors were also I LEADER

In proportion, to sire. Wanda Lewis, Beverly McRae, recognized at the Sunday 11 ,.
Gail Mathews gave i I Paul MoLeod I
Mrs. Janet Nichols
morning service, and each was I
I good report on volunteer ser Sandra Register Johnny War. presented with a copy of the I I "..
vices. Mrs. A. E. McKinney yen Della Wilson, David Pen- book. "1 Dare You." i
Diamond and Mrs. Luclan Hazen asked oyer Elisa Reklla and RIch-
Bullington's for the purchase of two or ard Williams. Other guests in. .11

more TV'sto, meet the current eluded the Department Super-I lL.
-C= --
needs. intendent Mrs. Charles Darby ( :

"" I Miss Lillian S Stump will and Mr. Darby: Senior vu, .
'f..T. ; PHONE 96.1-7271 sponsor ithe sale of cookbooks Boys Teacher Alan McLeod, ,

Mrs. Olin White Is and Mrs McLeod: Senior Girls ,

Social chaJrman and is looking Teacher, Mrs. Joan Chlttyj;

forward to -a good year. The Rev. and; Mrs. W. A Hogan, .
general meetings will continueto Mr. and Mrs. Bill George and

/ be held In the Episcopal Mr, and Mrs. James Crosby. ii1ii5

I ,Parish House.VocTech! .
CLOSEOUT Methodists Plan ----- iffaLttWhether

ClassIs Supper For PastorThe .

Entertained it's a .family affair dinner I l\
First Methodist Church
I '
: Joe Warren, Instructor at will have a covered dish sup- for two, or a business engage- S '

the Vocational Center enter per Wednesday June 19. at 7 .
ment relax and leave
you can '
tained his radio and television p. m In Fellowship Hall hon \ ZI'Ask I....

repair class with, a steak din- oring the new minister Rev. the serving to us.
ner at the Branding Iron last DeWitt T. Farabee Mrs. Far-
Friday night, abee and their children. All
I Included as guests were members and friends of the Those Who Dine Here About Our

S Mr. and :Mrs. Clinton F. Bate- congregation are Invited to

Yes man. Mrs. Bateman Is the director attend. Delicious BuffetS ::
We're iamond Sets
-. Closing Out Wedding of adult. classes. at the

Just In Time For June Brides I I OES,Center. Decree r.*. Has Circle LuncheonMembers 2 WSCS i Served Daily

Given To Couple of Circle Two of TWO HOT ENTREES I

$30.50 Mr. Mrs.LEugene Tan- the First Methodist Church Lunch Buffet $$1.25 'r
and II
gc; up ner received the delll'ees'af the WSCS held a covered dish ..

ig;: HALF PRICE I order in Starke Chapter No. luncheon Monday In Fellow- : TWO VEGETABLES 11:00 a.m. to 2:00: p.m. ,
: 224. OES. at a spiclal. ( meet- ship hall following their regular .
; meeting.
: i Ins! held Tuesday? night. A SALADS
beautiful cake, bearing a .welcome Also enjoying the occasion
message, waj, providedby were Rev. and Mrs. V. J. I Dinner Buffet $ 5.
Dolly Pace. \ Ragsdale. who left Thursdayfor .

!I _BULUNGTON STUDIO JEWELRY -- GIFTS honor June Masons.17th is designated to DeBary.Mrs their Ragsdale The new circle with assignment[ a presented farewell in I I I TEA COFFEE 5:00 p.m. to. 9:00: p.m. I'j "....i

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0:: -l'alf& Foxe. BRADFORD CDTTNTV'TBLBO! {*rH. TABKD. FWRIDR ThuRi;j\y. JUNE 13. Ijg'ir'

wilful and wanton ruckles Services Held Vietnam Scenes ,
a& driving, forfeited $37.80 bond :Xotli-r .Of Allplliilltlnn. Fur Til*

Edwards Sr., ./Injured Jessie Kelley Cash, voluntary For"F. :Pellum | Shown At Rotary H..... 11.,Kerd...... F.. H. I I,

Intoxication, forfelte d I In 'PalatkaFrederick l .' Nonce IM HtTMhy. (liven, that. ,, CAll inn%
MaJ. David W. Bauor Assistant Mr., lOliKf-nt HI nod worth" theholder
# $27,50 bond or lhr roll! wlnif ,itrllflratea -
Daniel Eugene Macon Jr Professor of Military huff filed HH|1.1| pertlfli-ateN
When Car Hits Water Tower James P&l1um.57. Slence, ROTC, at -the University for u. tax deed to bt iHHlimlthoreon. ,. I
reckless driving by cutting into died Saturday, June 8. in Miami of Florida 'flowed< 'color .. The rttfc-ate. mimhorif
and years of iHHuanr.
traffic forfeited $6.50 tour t I the d.!*-
alter a brief illness. slides of military action inVietnam Hc-rlpllun of the ')!I'.>I".ly.. .and
.d costs. tho In which BEGINS JUNE 1st -- SAVE a 2nd TripTo
Mr. Pellum was born on nnninii It was tieceased -
at the Club
J. M. Edward: Sr.. 62-yeit- t tr Sara Francis Shealey. wilful Rotary I .Hro. HM toll.) .WM,
Ocf..18\t: 1010 in Putnam Coun.ty5and'hpd
Wednesday Majj. Bauer recently t'erllnrute( No.6, .
old" owner of Bradford : year of l I"-
..Enrglrieerlng driving
and wanton reckless .
mlariL-n 1ai6.O.arrlptlun!
lived in Starke
; returned from & year'stour I
co., was serlo1sy'1nj ] r, rr forfeited $37.50 bond: J ''slrf.1939..Hit| was employed! | o of I ropp-ty| ) !tSK'4: Station We have approved equipment .-
red. last,, of duty in Vietnam and at NK"i" of XKM Bei:11. : T-5-H:; Inspection -
/ Thursday when 1 Melvin Warren Eberle, wil- byth: ) H2IIO.Nnnio.
k'loi'ldtl'Stpt!'Bpad De. described tho. unusual type of to adjust Headlights and Check Candle Power
1' O ,
Ills truck: ran through the Z ful and wanton reckless driving In which RHHeHHort c. II
I >tint at s parts en$,; :Jla' ,:'waa" a fmember guer1J1a. warfare now under Rent. to State Requirements. We will also check
t. the Starke
> power ? forfeited $37.80 bond
of the) ftjiadlson" .street Baptist way there. All of salt 1 )Property| being In Tires and Steer-
Wind Shield
ptfcht and crashed Into the Lois Sasser Henderson' In th.- (Nuinty of I1I.Rllf..d.! Brakes, Horn,
Churfeh/ and'Bradford Lodge President Ceorge Pierce an-
Wftter cooling I \ ; State of Florida ing (Parts for Safety and too much loose motion.
tower according reckless driving fined $52.50 K-o;._ :...F: '\"aejv.iM:, ;;, :. .. .. nounced that -the annual .Ladles t'nlA..M! mu-h I c*.rtlflCHt** or
U the City Pollee Department. I' Rudolph Henry Bryan drlv. Services weraheld a t3 p..m.TueAay ., Night and installation of of fie-, certlflrntes hnll b.. rmloomedHtoordinff We are equipped and qualified to check your car
/.Edwards Is In ., Ing under the Influence 01 f to. law the property for the 'Inspection Let us properly align; your
/ Baptist Memorial (.d yr in Masters'''Memorial. era will be held Friday June dHurtl>i,(i In such' rtlfli-ate or
Hospital in Jacksonville : .:h rL .beer fined $6.50 court Costs. Chapel ,: ." Palatk .with': Rev. 28,' at. ,the Starke Gulf and "oertlflrutpH'-hAHt i.fririf' .Will he Hold to the Head Lights before or after your State Inspection.
at the
r court hnuwp
with a dislocated hip 1 Lawrence Covlngton voluntary Wayne Frederick, ; Be'v ,War- Country Club.. door on the first Monday In
and various lacerations, but intoxication, sentenced tc reaI'redertcks' .n'H' tev ,Nor, Month of July IHilH!!, which In DRIVE IN TODAY!
his family says he is getting L, Lt'' a fined of $27.50 or to five< man. Bedding officiaing.( the Dated let day| thin of July 2:1:. day, inits.of May.
along well at days in jail.Herbert 8.ul"Vlyots ..wlfe' ADDING MACHINES: Manual 1008.SKAT.
at9.., s
p'! .
-The 1987 Ford "alrlane' Lee Long voluntar Justine 'iRi 'Pellum,lot! Starke: ; l or'' el';:trJo. For sale or; Oharlrd. A On1) ,,,
Intoxication, sentenced to a fl"rk nf rin-ult ('..urt ,uT Rrnd-.
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Rfvnchero onft,
{ was sonej'regegiokJ.Pe11um!
a complete loss. :
Damages r-_._ to. the power plant I fine, of $27.50 or to five day s Jr., 'of, Qalnesvllle; two rent: A df. subtract, credit balance -]I ford County: Florlilii.ajtt 41 6-27" 312 W. Madison St. Phone 961.7592

". F. in jail "
;>>WML ,r '+Iw! A ,t2 s att4ypi/r; :/ Douglas Luclan Conner,. daughters, Mrs. Patricia Cro- .- Bradford County Telegraph i I i I
met of Morton. Wyoming; andMra. ....
failure to have vehicle under I
I'i IYidka$ Carolyn,Cowling ode Fair. ., j
anna start something l! f t- d rlra' W control and causing an acci- banks: I
AlaSKa:'one sister, Mrs
tTiyee power! plant tMrilnwf:JWpre, pnt'.j fur> of action last dent, fined $6.50 court costa, Persia Manning, Green Cove

lUiursdav(when tbl- Forrt Banrberb trurk.)3rtve'h) by J. M. Ed- Springs; one..brother( McDuf- .I

wartta, Sr], ran off SK-IOO and crashed Into the water pooling: Summer Program fie pellum, of Big Rock, .II

tower at.thtl; 'lower plunjJ. liltvparde( Ix huHpltallzml in Jaek- Starts MondayIn Tenn.i:: and four grandchildren. I

r. a sonvlltY lnvgoud' eomlitlon.t: 'J |) Burial was at 4. p. m
County Schools Thursday In Ponlel Cemetary
f .IftSWft, : f fence and cooling tower has e_, traveled westward across th< In'Putnam County, with Ma-
I been esUmatedat$94Qp'el"City ; ; power" v plaj;tEyard until 11 t The summer program offer. sonic rites in charge of Pa-

. : ,worksneaf have Jftpd j fcra'&hed Int4:the .cooling tow ed !b.y: the! Bradford County latka Lodge No. 34..
emergencyrepairs oa tiFb"-cool>J I IIng. 4 for. breaking"tubes which carry, school system is scheuled tc
k-hi We :earrjfa complete'line tower Utilises Slf>Sti.6iicarDavis ,' alter Into' the.engines at the start Monday. June 17. Bids Called 0 1.a
.. dependable, powerful, I r said \H) '.CltjWae\w piam I ; i if :H?-' .:. The Intructlonal part of the

Atlas, Batteries.lall I 1,750 KW WorthJrwton-tuvblni It. Edwards was charged with program Includes reading and On 2nd Phase Of Ask

; STANDARD kept the, town in lights sine,It failure to have his vehicleunder mathematics on the' elementary Voc-Tech Center
'\ OIL the load.was Ilght.:at the Urn'e control and causing an school level at all schools '
t "r, the accident!: occurred at 3:4: :8l.accident, by City Patrolman and all major subjects and Bids of the second phase of Charley

You Standard Oil a. In.t ;Pat Henry who Investigated driver education; at the secondary construction for the Bradford

MAN IN STARKE Edwards was,:jwlfogJ..1:1\ :' :!the;; accident level. Union, Area Vocational-Tech E.Johns.
s K. G. I Starke on SJt-100;::I.Mj&tle. I. Mrs. Lucille Payne will be nical Center will be opened. at a

DUNCAN I to round the ,cut a ."':;::Wnte: in charge of the program on a special meeting of the Bradford .
4 964-5132 Street. The, ttluo"6. TCarr; j! 'Shaw h Skeptical the elementary school level. County School Board at

the island at for.43nee.;, .. The summer'swimming program 7:30: I p. m. Thursday. June 27 GUARANTEED
Standard OlCompanyInc.inK1l( ) I intersection .,.plo.wecT.ihr cnig!)1 will start June 24 and Originally the '''board called About this question: r l l4aa'P

the heavy Wtt.''.':. -'-..'=ant [Of f New Session complete details are given' in for bids last month but the
:J"t ; an article elsewhere in thisissue. lowest bid of $96.890 received "Business Interruption insurance -

at"that time was considerably to pay normal
'Continued; from PIle One higher than fundsavaliable for business earnings in spiteof edrN ,t.f

the job. fire other insured
1kl! 'many others is facing a KOTICI-l 0. TAX or
,FH: 1'AI.IZA'I'IO'Y The board subsequently decided perils boiler and machinery r'.
financial hardship in yet an-
; I The Board: of Co-unty Com- to eliminate the data-
pfher session! of the Legislature mlxHlnneri <>( Bradford: County insurance theft
will the courthouna processing section from the
that Florida meet at and
.t 1 has been in session liability coverageare J
In the office of the Clark
project in the base bid and
!'close-.to' 300'days the equivalent on :Monday the let day of July'. they all available in a I
A. U. 1UU8. at 10:00 A. M. for to accept alternates on It:
of five regular terms. .Mercantile Package Policy I
the purpose of forming; a Hoard which will be Included if j
Shaw is faced with buildinga of ICquiillxntlon' to hear. com- from Charley E. Johns
... funds are made available
r.- ; plalntM and receive teattmony
law thatlas
private practice "
t to the value of any propertyreal .I later. Agency?
', been and. apparently or personal or mixed H I !
I r. rd 'continue frequently Interrupted fixed by the Tax AnaeHiior for i
Charley E. Johns
the year 1968 ug-alnHt the owner -
by more time spent or agent of such property. IVHMEO STENCILS, and Ink.Duplicating I
,a in Tallahassee. They will Immediately adjourn Agency
,until July 8. 11108. machines and
D. L,. Shuford: supplies. Bradford 131 S. Walnut St. I
Chairman. lioard. uf County
JBEW] Official romminBloners 1'lnrkla.SliAL. Bradford. County PHONE 964-5070 i oe i o a o

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w > //aa aaaa E
/ 41TI'ET. :
Charles. A. Darby
.. AsksrToMeetSchobIBoard Cl.-rk and Auditor ,
1, e/is :

:Nation d&8 new Outboard Motorboat;' Policy can .!s The Kn.nl I _I Plot,",,. Court Of 3r 0 D

:protect the pleasures of boating'. and four boat 1\\ ) 5 nl1Y'adlord\<.. .1 11-21.1 l I ('''"Dt,., Florid. ('see {" at k

Investment; as well. You get full protection a ainstphysicaTloss /' <'harleH'' A. Davldxon, Route r

'''for your boat, motor, trailer] "armac"i 1' I 'Plaintiff ti .Box ,31,va Ljiwtoy.Harold Florida Hartal.SvhoHe ; n ,,

:Jcessoriss .- including such items as water skis, surf- :[;Continued From Page Ore] efendnnt.residence IM unknown. ,*'I '"*'" f 5I
board and-tow This '1"" "'!!I II aded0u4
rope. great new policy, protects I vPUtham' SlOTICK TO APPKARIt I
you against practically hazard think has been reported tonI TO: Harold Hartel, whoiitt reiplence -
any you can / Is Unknown: 1 :
;tof at .truly low cost. For full details, it will pay I the'verge of that decision. i you are hereby notified thata -
I Federal funds totaling $850- cult for damages. upon ajiromltiaory JALLNEWDtiraPreme
you to see. : note bas been filednvalnat ;
) .. | 000 have;recently been cut off In the above-named _
J ,'-'II' I in Baker County alter it was Court and PIIUHR and you ...rer"'Julr..1 J
found not to be in compliance | to serve a copy of youranswer r *4 or LATEX
,. ft..r, ,, BILL POWELL r with the '64 Civil Rights Act.MAYOR'S plaint on or the pleadlnR.Plaintiff to the CharlraA. oom-> I WISH TO THANK all of } Fs44 -'++ +t 1 ONE COATHOUSE
Uiivlil.son and rile the orlx-
."1.k.. Phone 964-6464 ., /Inal with thin Court on or before PAINT
COURTTwelve the 18th day of July 10BH!!; my friends who have workedso
401 W, Madison St. otherwise the allefcatlonn of acid
Complaint will be taken. nil pon. CONTAINS DUR'ACIDEMIRACLEMILDEWCIDE
;; Starke, Fla. cases were disposed teased. by you and default judgment hard for me during the I
j i of by JVIayor Carl Hurst in will he entered for the. relief cam- rt L s t t
1 demanded by plaintiff. +
Mayor's Court Tuesday night This nutlce shall. lie published 1 I will NON TOXIC
I be
June 11: once each week. fo-r four paign. always gratefulfor I' 1 _
.CIIINationwide I consecutive. week. In the Bradford OVER 100 DECORATOR COLORS
Lacy Bradrlch Silcox:, failure Oountv Telegraph. # ;
: I'' to have vehicle under control Dated. tllln 12th day. of June your support.To s"wit a GUARANTEED TO STOP MILDEW

I and causing an accident 1966.Dnlorr.,* ('!. Dampter "' OR SULFIDE STAINS
I lined court costs of $6.50. Clerk of. Small Claims. Court
S Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Bradford. County Florida. Mr. Sawyer: If there is any
f \ Paul Francis Juday, parkingon 6/13 4t i-/
Nationwide Life Insurance Co. roadway, fined court costs __

Nationwide Mutual\ Insurance Co. t e$6.50.. way I can be of help to you, GUARANTEE, g m QQ

Home Office: Columbus, Ohio.[. i i. _rClarence Wayne Stewart EZERASE TYPEWRITERPAPER I : NO. .
please feel free to call on me. DATE

-- Mlmeo Paper Bond :Mary Carter's Dura Prcmc Exterior House m
Paper Notebook Filters. SINCERELY plied on exterior surfaces which have been )

Bradford County Telegraph. I solution of New Formula Dura ('ide Mildew Wash treated and with 0)I
,Art Holliday is in the manner prescribed on the reverse :side of (this! .
guaranteed to he free from '

% dFF I by sulfide fumes for a period of mildew two years or discoloration from date caused

2 5 1 ;,: Don't DECEIVED Be I II I (pd. pol. adv.) refunded.Paint ar.J or full the purchase New Formula price Dura for Dura Cide,, Preme Mildew Exterior Wash will House purchase be- =-=i>8<=

liy Advertised Prices WORLD'S MARY CARTER PAINT CO.
Total coat of contract In
what you actually pay. Get SMALLEST Store Address .

you lgn. Our payments are ELECTRIC fir'w'
from $8 to $16 per month' go GUARANTEE i% ,
.t IOMO. with the same down ADDING r a
'1 IS pFFEUED IN CONJUNCTION WITH payment and number of ;

I \, months to pay. 5 per cent! MACHINE "
TIlE CHAMBER OF : \ bank financing. No hidden I t $
charge Ten top manufoo- Iii r 11 NOW-

COMMERCEMONTH leers represented. I .. iitncx, MIH. 1.00: OFF



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ATM The Owners 1 1 1 gallon of DURA PREME exterior house paint.

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TUt.ttumA". JUNE_ 13. 1989 ,1 I-
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of the First Christian Church held Sunday June :2, in the In Th. Circuit Cnnrt Of The '

/Improvement Fund Spending Plan Approved By Board; /gave diction.the Invocation' and .bene."j."'-, .high.. 1t.. 'school., "u. ,, auditorium.. I O Florida tlUhth aar. IR Judicial!! A.... r.Circuit..' .0ra. ..lor V.or...t. i'

Master of Ceremonies was Van NIK ',.
Class President Theron Yawn. i. 'Ia. <<.i..i. Court v*Huth Juinir M.M.Kha bOne'h,Plaintiff
uy u..nQ .OlUler cluae or D.r..nol-
reference .materials, band director on an hourly f I Mrs. Joan Chitty the KlKkth: .dh.I..1 l Iu.: .. ..f .....rii"l .ant.
A master plan for business machines, projectors? } : basis for extra time sang I......d roe Oranrd. Cuatr.. NOTICK QF JSVIT
spending class song "Tbe- Impossible;, Cmm: n lull TO
< i ; Jamil" M K lbuneh/
of $350,880 in state -educational and films tap recorders!! and 11 with'skudefits beyond the 166 GraduateIn Dream." V. Kitwufd. 0...... ItBl.ilirr.! P. O. HOK. $045tJqIver.lty '
Improvement funds In Brad- tapes charts models and laboratory -! gijlar 8-JWiur day. Casey v. Evelyn H. Crew,, Dofenilant. ,,Or T nn e.
sUQP1}e 'tt/; / Also in) thtVUif Was not an Sixteen members of the NVTICItJ of IIUI'r Kauxvlll. Tenneaa:: .
ford County during the 1083*' class TO: lOvelyni.' CmvlIWI..J. T6j Ar. Hereby Notified. that '
69 school year met unanimous I cluded In the above tlsure U safary supplement? as paid graduated wltlt honorsHigh ;p. o.. BOX ana an action for divorce ha. bean
I $10,000 to for regular the but that Exercises honors graduate Include ., Nui-tu Carollnn ::111315 riled annlniit you and ar irrqiilred
approval; Tuesday night by pajr ; past Paul MoLeod. Ton "r..h..reby. nutiri d thaic In servo a copy i"y ur' I II
School Board: members. I malnenance of njl county. ins would bo set aside to pay Beverly TfoR-at. ... acttoir 'fur -tft.vort. ha* uses wrlttan I defen'r l If .lt...
Patricia Hitchcock Chrolyn ...lnm. nj u Euanno: If. shnw.a'rito:
structlonal Soul / you era
director for extra time .
Wide-ranging! plans for application e0ulpmen as Marie-Mcngr. .4htdlr0d| ( to-' .erv.s, impy o-f your for Pliilntirr. whono addr..." 15'I
of the new funds Supt. Casey/ who inflated} actually spent Cassels At Bradford High (vrltteu I < I ,
the county's' proposed l: application } formerly director at Bharont4tum. I NuR.<] he F" sbww. A'torn y Klorlrt.1. and file the orlolln.1
were to be presented by Superintendent -. rnr !'llIlnU"1who". with\ the Clerk of the I JlvilIyl.,1 *'
of Public Instruction plan for the) recently High School in Lake CI y. Honors LtS .. boll: Siroltl,.4dr..kI8 Court on or before Jutf-
legislated funds, expressedconfidence : ) the A Pat lcllDiane AdklnnomHnrald 1"1,1'1018. and ,filII lhr II tltllf final, It.- 11)118 : otherwise. a Judgment
Tom Casey on Wednesday Approve: challenge to further their With dove bo
-.UlICI"rk"or the may entered against you for
to state Department of, that a giant step, ment of 29 other new education and use of their Bowen Sheryl Elaine tylod Court on. 0"t'befo". ,June the. relief. demAnded In the Co...*" .
toward "q\lal ty { l personnel In Derkman Rita Eileen | ntlierwlnd. 'Ju. ..rmont plaint or petition.Wltnenn .
Education officials for: final, \ } eduiatlpn" tiq'nal !\ the talen was given 188 senors Elling- 21'JU8S1 : ..
a I entered mrnlnut' )' for my hand and the al
go-ahead. for BraiJfprij! County children>> I I for'lha 1968-69 term. taking pnrt In (graduation' ex- t' n. John' Gary Hamilton IRt 'relief. d 1\1\1..nd.11\ In'' the 0'1.Com* or sold Court on June 4, 1998. '._ ,
Expenditures receiving top will be made as a result. of>I -Denied requests of ercises nt Bradford High Rita Mule Men, Lillian Palma plaVnt.w'] PttJtlonWItIlUa.lIY Nand'. end the ..hal! (SEAL.) .....
priority are in the area of I the new pan. J9H3!:! students to transfer School. last Fildny. June 7. Richards Batty Jo Sapp at Haiti'/ aurton, )16th. ,!. May. t'hurtu.- A. Darby ;.
staff development Here, In other action the Board: > to' RJE High School Rep, Emrenc!!' F. Shaw, main Elaine!:! Lester, Stephan\ Foster (IUdS tituAta,; An Clerk Of Said Court "
084 will be spent to $97'-1' -Appro-; the appointment l ? year-oh the basis that speaker for the ceremonies, Smith and Stephen Lamar Cherie. A. Darby, By Beulah M. Mondr' '}"-
additional training for county of Dean Casseis as BUS baud T equests' were not legal urged the graduates to Inquire Wade. All Clerk. Of Said Courtt23 A" Deputy Clerk 8/S 4t .27,
personnel In the use of audiovisual 'I director, and at, the same I criteriaof the county's Into their surroundings ando V Baccalaureate! services wore,, : 4t S-U.J .w
equipment curriculum time approve:! an allocationof I! dom-of-Choice plan. make decisions based on' .
up to $2,000 to be paid the I What --
development and planning they find. The graduates ..
middle school development were also urged to participate '
and planning, familiarization \In the life of their commun- : : r'
and! utilization of the Summ $ ONE lr'
material: center and libraries.county wimlmiPr'IpgramTo >>,, '" ity.The graduates had their t SPECIA'L t

A vigorous summertrainingprogram Begin June 24 At .. tassels tossed: by Sut erlnten- .
; .
Involving about 90 KingsleyInstructional ( :: : .. dent of Public 'Instruction I ;iII

supervisors teachers, administrators be Implement.and. awlmmjlng a1g! 1., pick up at the Bra \ \' \ ; ,! an- handed Thomas diplomas L. Casey by and Bradford were FRIDAY I .. ,JUNE', 14. tnre*.-
ed to accomplish; this plan. es offered eacty eu.a, aer by High .jBchool} ; parking }" '" In High'Principal James Xi. Tern
Much of the training will be Bradford Comity ,.AAII;Qols will. Across Jrom; Starke : ,
coordinated by University of begin Monday, June 24. at t at 9 a. m and be ; thl..' pie.The,I 1H a hour program came .
Florida personnel. the Enlisted Men's Club in there at; approximately 11: off "very smoothly," according -
A second'aspect of the.educational Camp Blending at Kingsley All buses will make to Temple, who said he SCISSORS .SHARPENEDPINKING I It
improvement plan Lake, .according to 'A. Michael. l along their routes for. was pleased that the proceedings
calls for the addition 39 Sexton, director.! The bus that' makes a : played to a packed BHS
teacher aids in the countyat Two sessions will be offered up at Southside School : i auditorium,
an expense of 100.268.. instead of only one ae pre- continue on to Kingsley Thd seniors were honored 1
viously announced Sexton by way of SR-230 and afterwards with
These alda would be' employed a reception In
:! on a full-time basis to says. Classes will be offeredfor pickups along the way. July the BHS cafeteria given by t, ,
provide clerical and clansmom boys and girls in grades Lawtey and Anderson 20 the high school PTA ;, ,SEWINBARBEG'R
assistance to regular teachers 1-6; the youngest students will start on SR-16 may The Welcome Address was '
permitting instructors to must have completed the first the State Farm and ; given by class valedictorian
spend more tIme' actually grade to be eligible. on SR-16 to SR-225, I Paul McLeod and class salutatorian r GARDENa
working with students. The first/ session will include across to Lawtey and Beverly McRae gave 1
Aids would also serve as students from the following son. Students will be 964- the Farewell Address. KITCHEN
substitutes when necessary schools: Southside Elementary, \UD in Brooker, Graham, I Charles W. 'Reese, minister
allowing the county to discontinue Law ley and Anderson Junior Hampton.: SURGICAL 1J]
Its present method' of Highs Brooker Junior High, The bus leaving from I it ETC. II
calling in substitutes at a rate and Hampton Elementary, Elementary will go out !,
of $10 to $20 a day-an expense The second session will Include toward Kingsley Lake I I )1 1t '
which has been absorbed students from the Starke Ele- make stops on the way. II GrqundtOjf" : {psr1ect.uniform.edg.! Y. by experts .'
by local funds. mentary and RJE High All students should "I
By far the blroest chunk of School. swim suits to the lake with the f nnfWcomrnercral! : equipment avail; ,, :+ 1
money $144,538.will go to Student going on the first bring 'a towel, Dlr. obi..,:; BrlVgvjn;\ l' ; oil'.your; ; scissors. Your;
provide much needed instruc-' ces hn111 be picked up at emphasizes, since '
tlonal materials supplies and their respective schools at 8 facilities will not be mo. neighbors;;.toof'All( work done while/ you shop.? '
equipment for classroom and a. m. and be returned at approximately available.The v .
library use. This would In-' 11 a.. m. Studentson Instructional staff '< i
the second session will be
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Chairs Bed Pans Urinals Elastic Hosiery Sickroom and Invalid chine This Is For::
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Fresh Potent Drugs At A Reasonable Price. Filled by Fla. Registered
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tercsled In farming and specializing It that you\ can't just "drop portant in the grass. This sometimes called Mat Dillon LABEL MAKERS from In The Clrviilt Court Of ThKl .
: .htk Jndlnliil flr.-ult OfFlorida.
\ in livestock.\ Robert U!I aside and forgot.Organization tr comes' through proper liming served about 3 or 4 years as 'lUll-- Bradford County Tele. Im A.il I Pop Hr.d'.....
I" Band Director employed at Florida State and pooling programs. Amount of fertilizer President of our Cattlemen's graph. Ph. 0646305.NOT1CR CouBtr.Marlon Civil R. Artloa Crawford No. 84:1 Flaln-:

Prison but spends all of hIs products for volume marketing depends on kind of grass density Association., I have heard him TO DEFI'1NU' tiff, vii Lucia Ann Todd Cruw-

spare hours in farming acti- is very difficult.. Freight1 car of gross and even the say that tourists and industry In (Irrult Court. BradfordCounty. ford. Defendant
j vities. volume is easier to sell than need for a liming\ material. prospectors formed an im Florlilai In Channrrj'. TO: NOTICE LucIa Ann Todd Craw-

r In Bradford County we are pick-up truck'volume. Greater The sure way and most economical pression the County as they Judy Cam Ann JVa.Orltflu Slip Walker ford. 8 Clover Street. Greenville,

. Due June 17'C fortunate In having opportuh. volume with lower price) per way' is to follow IndIcation traveled through. This was by Plaintiff fendant. va Hubert Walker. De South You Carolina.Lucia Ann Todd Craw-

Itlea for off-the-farm employ unit is necessary. This peces-i of a soil test. We are the attractiveness of roadsides NOT1CH TO APPEAR ford are. hereby for. Divorce notified ha.that been aComplaint

: ment. (Most (}f our farms Bary,volume requires more' happy to discuss: your pasture fence rows front yards To, : Mr Rob rt Walker' 7Z7 filed iifrnlnHt, you. and you are

., would be under the small acre of land and mole equip program with you. You know car lots, houses and other Runt Unlverxlty, 1<'1... Avrnuf. Oalnenvllle. required to nerve a written

A new band director, Dean .. farm classification. This; ment than our average farm our new location and you scenes. We all can do a little You ar, hereby notified thata rn-i defensive,>y .of your plfucllntr Annwer If any.or other to It

'Cassels. employed at Columbia ;w t makes It possible for our peo- has 'available. But;even with ought' to visit us. Rememberthat flxln-up\ we just look milt against for divorce you In has the above be'nfliad on the Plaintiff' attorney

/. I High in Lake City the pas I IV1 pie to usa farm: an:}! off-farm these disadvantages, \'you will any area adapted to a around. named Court and cause. and you Northoant Philip Barton Firat Street Require(lalnea-200
two years. has been hired foi have are required to .nerve a copy <>f vIII., Florida, and file the
Income to supplement each not find these peopl depending legume should a legume your answer or pleading to the orIginal -
... Bradford:! High School accord. I other. 1..111 have to add on Uncle'. Sam. .for good planted there. Another way BAYLESS HIGH' AY complaint on the Plulntlff'H. At.torn..y above styled with Court the Clerk on or of before the

*'jlnsr to Principal Jim Temple. quickly that net Income from living. .r to sai- It is that if you have BAPTIST CHURCH 201-205 Hon.North George Temple H. Avenue Pierre,, the 8th day of July 199S; If you

S :,Cassels will go to work a the email farm Is many times : tory' Weathe, livestock you cannot afford to Sunday School 10 a. m.; Htarkf., Florida and file the fall entered to do affalnnt> so.. judgment for will the relief be.
BH3 Monday June 17. Templ< discouraging, Cost of production Dry Spring weather discour- not have legume, like white Morning Worship Service 11 Clerk original of the In Circuit the office Court C of on the or demanded In the Complaint.

u"Vays.:: Cassels apparent! to the farmer has steadily aged' applying-'\ iertllfcer ,to dutch clover !if you have land a. m.: Training Union. 8:30: before the '8th day of July. flenl Wltneim of .said. my Court hand on and June the II,

i agreed to come to Bradford increased and for reasons grass pastures, Nutritional\ .suitable. p. m.: Evening Worship. 7:30p. : of 1968 Muld: otherwise Complaint, the will allegation be taken IflBRSKAT.
5-*' County after the Schoo lifficult to understand prices value of grass is In direct pro- ,:I.oo''55'5p4. pick-up fix- m. a> confeiwml. liv you. ( :Charles.) A. Parhy,

Board. at its June 4 meeting have decreased. For each dollar portion to protein value 'of uP. paint-up haul-off any Prayer Keotlntr Wed, 7:30p. : Thin.each notice wee.'hull c for be four puhllnhednnre ronnecutlve Jerk, Circuit. Court Bradford

, agreed to pay a band dlrectoi, the consumer spends; for food: the grass..Application'< of.fertilizer thing necessary to do 'some m.; O. A. Meeting. Wed week.. In the Urndford County Bv! Reulah, Florida M. Moody Deputy

a "supplement" up to $2,00f( the farmer receives 36 or 37 or,grass-le ume mixture thing about.the County-Wide 7:30: p m.; Cho'r Rehearsal County T..I"Rr"ph" of Clerk?l
Dated thin 1 Ith day June
for extra work. cents. I'm not sure of the 1987 ''i the only way to'get protein Campaign being sponsored' : by Wed., 7:30: p. m.: Brother 1(168.UK( Law Offl..... Of Philip Barton

'- The new band directorwose ratio. through gras': Grass 'is' not the BradfordStarke Cham- hood meetlnr. last MondayIn ( ,\I I,Chnrli) A. Derby too Attorney NortheaRt For Plaintiff Flr..t Street

bands "have been ratet Farming Is a way of life rich in protein just becauseIt ber of Commerce(! and-: : declared each month. Kev. David Clerk nf 'le Circuit Court Oalnwivllle, Florida 92601
,'superior"! In state contests atJake and living that is very uncertain is green. by' Commission Chairman Medeiros. ;vaftor.. By i.lull ",I. Moody !Deputy 6/1.1 4t 74iwT

City has three year but has something; about: I Calcium is also mighty .Im- Dave Shuford. Mr. Pat ;Miller. I Clrrk syit 4t 7.4g I'

teaching r experience. He would n ,;

%;jbarn a i basic salary of $6.300 L tLifMl
for 200. daYs'work' .
at BHS

;7.; tinder dule.:! plus the 1983-69$1.260 for salary summer sche FriendsHonqr-Sheriff; ; (Reddish ; : if the IRancbe)7iJw )

J employment plus up to $2.000 g
4 If he works a total of $400 With Presentation Of Plaque fi1Z :

.. I U5 per hour] after srhoo '
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that r ,
: would make his W'
salary I An vngratrdpliuiiii(* from )'oir niuiiy friends' mix \irexontrd c....,
.. In excess of $9.500.
to Shf'rlftPJ); RrrtilHh. (rtght) by Circuit .Jutl e flrur-
: total told the Board It i
ge L. Patten at an outdoor mipprr honoring. ;. I'11' Sheriff TIIPHclay -
become '
necessary to have '
,i afternoon at C'ronby,:Lake:: Shor''H.

:. '-'PeclaJist qualified' at Bradford marching High.band The Sheriff "'.... elected In' the Alay primary to lil. l\tli If you find your name among: the Classified Ads iAVER1GETHERA

.' Since El"Ion Mathews' resign term In the office. 1'rlnr to that he served l UII a County Cotn- come to the Telegraph office and receive TWO WIFE !

"tUon\1\ !, 'rears ago the'schoo nlHsloner.

, ias" been' without a' qualified More. thun u .liiindrol frlcmlH of tin veteran JJrudford official FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive-

\Band, Director. attended the gathering InrludlnK !Sheriff John Whitehead -

mf. 'r.Not'enough\ :young studentsare of Union {County.Rngraveil ., Theatre Passes in. I FEDDERS

being trained: now due to< on the, 'plaque was the wording "To I I'. D. Sledllnli -
"the: lack of a full time qualified ':' I ROOM AIR CONDITIONER"World's
tor the"31 --
( In appreciation yearn a. public Hervunt of I
band director Temple HASTINGS:; MATTRESS FOR PROMPT 24- HOUR Refrigeration -
Bradford County;Florida,, During tliU tlimi liuve ili-mon- Largest Selling Brand"Vinkier
J:; : the strateil. eu''ptlonal.clualltl., .; quality of the band will 710 _Lemon St. Palatlu Commercial. Phone 473-3000'I "
..decrease, unless 'I n%'ell done Your many friends.. P. O. \/ Electric
very rapidly Furniture Repaired Box 19. Keystone. tfohg I 55; $
Steps were taken. Upholstered & Refinished .
:The principal complimented MATTRESSES REBUILT THANK YOU NOTES- -Beautifully I Inc. HEAL ESTATE
engraved III gold .Virgil: Lovett Innerspringa silver. $1.25: for box of 21!) Including I

as band director for the past and Box Springs 234 N. Temple Ph. 96,17596I BILL POWELL

year. Lovett is certified in COUNTY PAINTS i Drop Us A Curd or VaUPALA'1'KA. envelopes. Bradford I Real Estate

$!:nglUh but is described by WITH | EA 6-916a County Telegraph. tf 20 acres close in. High and dry

.Temple as '"a very capable ; MRS. PEGGY BHALLKB I I RULED LEGAL PADS on paved road.

,. ."JOh siclan.".But, Temple; said YOUR AGENT I :299 E. Adkbm St.StarU INSURANCEAT Steno Notebooks Order Books IT'S MOVING DAY 2 bedroom. 2 bath house excellent -
S Lovett Is hot trained in band .. AgentCOMER'S REDUCED RATES etc Bradford County Tele-
C6mpl ie t.fn neighborhood.:
.1 "direction. Lovett will direct I AUTO, FIRE. BOAT graph. Move your insurance 84 acres unimproved. Pricedto

:the) ,' BHS choral program next I DOYLE B. CONNER business to "The Man sell.
term. Temple said. 1N81JBANJ'B) AGENCY
" and Cottages. at Earlelon. Cottages kasha 20' x 24' wide. Buddy- from Keystone" 135 acres Improved. Paved
H':? Temple asked the Board I tfchg
I road and
Faints reserved week or month. railroad frontage.
Clemson. travel trailare
; Layton -
I > fpf a supplement for the new *.
Parking $1.00 per car. Swim or E. LaRue 404. W. Madlscn St.
Azalea. George
tlfector.. But Supt.. Tom Casey 10, Liberty. Taylor
picnic free. Phone 468-1129 PUMPSNEW sell trade. Year bank financing I- Phonea Off. 964K464TYPEWRITERS
:.objected( ; to,the term. saying I Waldo. 12tch 6-37 Buy. INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
>r i free net and de
.the School Board has been AND USED up
WANTED JLOT I livery. BUCKEYE TRAILER Fire Homeowner : Manual or
"trying to get away from pay- : on Crosby SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep
I For sale or rent -
.in! supplements. Instead. ) | or)I -Sampson.' Lake.! Must\ be & Shallow Wells ':MART INC.. 6912 handIng I LIFE & ACCIDENT Bradford County Telegraph.
Jax. 771-8776.
Casey sa3!:!, instructional per8finel 'I" reasonable and on terms. Write tfchgr
are now paid at adult : .- P.O Box 3484 Jacksonville' Water Softeners & Filters Keystone Heights 473-4692 WANTED USED gas cook
ceoiT. U
Expert Service On USED VACUUM cleaaen reconditioned -
y Fla. 6-13
Catlon 4tchg
\ :.t'ates for the number stove or. electric refrigerators
of hours put In after the fluggins All Makes $15 up. 10 different E-Z Income beds dinette sets bedroom
II No. 670- $140 per mo. -
ORBAT LAKE Mobile Home name brand to choose from.
regular school day. .Phone 96.4-7061 $850 down buys these sets sofas and chairs. Phone
3 bedrooms, bath, like new. Ports *" excellent repairs aM
.,;.'1' mple also asked for a $2- I DtJIWANCE PUMP 2 furnished rentals. Close to 964-7933. Dahmers. tfchg
Phone 473-4178. All Florida makes.
000 supplement for BRa Athletld -P ---. AND SUPPLY CO. high school and town center.
1 Director David Hurse' -W ,": Mablle: Homes. 4tchg 6-20 SERVICE 712 N. MaIn Galnes- NO. 741- SCENIC RETREAT FOR SALE OR TRADE-with

who now receives $1,485 fori, -1 I FARM FOR SALE $4,000 SPECIALIZING in sales of wIle 376-7110. tfchj I on sand botton lake and park down payment. Land 789 front
two I Real Eaftite" and in I footage on Highway 230. 1 :
coaching sports after own. 20 acres 7 room house, appraisals with 2 bedroom bungalow on
school hours but receives no I $1 good water, on hard road. 'for estates corporate and Individual DID YOU KNOW it's easy to I huge shaded lot. Cool summer mile east of Starke city limits. j
own a Longchamp Home? Ph. 964-5211 or 964-6128.
compensation. for the position] Bessie & Wesley Crews. Rt. owners. 30 years ex- breeZes. Convenient to shOp- j
of athletic director. Hurse Is, 2 Box 68, Starke. 3tp 6113| ,perlenre in Florida land mat. Better built lor fjrlda liv ,. ping. Would you believe $5- tfchg

pi Id for coaching two sports: ,I CLASSIFIED AD RATES tera: A. J. Thomas Realtor, ing.. Your plan or ours 600? Desire jiist a lot ?--$1.- 1
at the regular adult education \ Retirement or Small Family Starke Fla. tfchgFVR.REN't Your, lot or ours. Contact Bu- 200.

rate for a master's degree In- ', Up to 13 words ___-.. 1.25 Frame dwelling nicely finished ford Mitchell phone 8646833. SWEET CORN
afructor. (:Minimum charge) two bedrooms fenced yard 3 room and P. O. Box 238 Starketfcug. STROTJT REALTY !
paved street. A real bargainat bath furnished. cottage.. Phone : 2117 N.
(BUt Supt. Casey said he Temple Ave.. WHITE AND YELLOW
Eiwh word over 13 .07 964-5337. tfchg
w6uld rather take the Athleticpartment's Starke Fla.

salary supple- ,Extra charge If not ,\. ,1. Thomas. Realtor.Tel. FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE" JIMMY MOORE'S ((904)- 964-6609 9 A.M. To 6 P.M.
ments or those of any department paid In ad\am __, 35 I II ready for occupancy. 3 bed- | SUN SPORTS '1.50 a bushel
up as Individual:! cases I I BUY OF THE YEAR -- 1 acre, room 1% bath. /seated: Just I ARE YOU planning, extra :

based on how many after-I Memorials, Resolution. I all grass! sl'1eQt drives. Residence !!'! outside of city limits inj I I'Plnebr MOOKK: BOAT FOR room to your home garage I J. R. WainwrightFarm
hours of work are expected. I with store or shop bid"'. eze.. Easy rronUilyi I'' YOUR MONEY remodel or make repairs? If ,

: Temple told the Board June I 7 cent per word Rock &: brick patio. car-port terms. Longohamp ,CoTist Co. Starke Ph. 901-5791 so, call Butord\ Mitchell Long-

4''that- Cassels- would come to I I .. -. ., .. I garage storage shed &: lean-to I Contact Bufoid Mitchell I SERVICE. champ Construction for Free I
Bradford$ County on the con- :' CARDS OF THANKS typical'' suburban no restric- pone 964-6853. P. O. Box SPECIAL I Estimate. Phone 964-6853.: 2 Mi. E. Starke on State

dttlons that he would receive I A farm life is a family"life diversion from your busy day.I .'I tions. 7, rm. hOU'i' complete!; 238 Starke, ttv9'.. USED FISHING ENGINES: i tfchg I i Road 16
as indicated in this picture referred to men and boys, 50 wonN less ___ S.OO _
a,.$3.000'per. :year supplement.that or I furnished. Extras! too numerous 1964 Mercury 3.9111', ,
up to $7,000 would be one afternoon at the J.' B. the oldest looking of course Each to mention. Must! see It MEN WANTED Laundry 1967 Johnson 9, IIP, Used Mowers Push or Ride. LARGE MORTAOE
sttent on instrument repairs I Whitehead farm; While the is, Robert holding: his little word over 80 .07 Cash to small mortgage. 3 mfn. workers. Kitchen& aids. laborers 1966 Sears 7''/ HP. Used We Trade We RepairFIRESTONE several houses In Companyhas Starke

and that a list of Improvements men and boys were breaking 'J19JJames Jr. Little Connie, ute from Starke Downtown cottage parents watchman Stumpknnrker. and

at the band hall be, and hauling in the sweet corn, daughter of Diane Moody was IN TOWN Inanolngr possible for needed cooks and clerks. Five' Free Pick Up ServiceIn No qualifying surrounding$100 area down for sale.low

curled out. the mamas and grandmama an afternoon visitor with her en;h. Write to "S", Drawer A. day week, eight hour day. SEVERAL GOOD USED Add- City
?The Board agreed:! to the I were grading: butter beans.: 'mother. The short one with Lakeside Home Starke. ltp[ State retirement. vacations Ing Machines for sale electrics Phone 964-7593 monthly collect payments. Call Jacksonville -
.s1)) plftJ1ent. and the repairs I Ideal living, out where you the slight bulge in front is 2 Story 6 Rooms sick leave.If interested please ; subtraction credit bal tf Matheny. But
Tor school owned band Instruments -, breathe good fresh air, arid : 11 year old'Barry. Sitting on FOR REN"r>-JLarge unfurrri apply in person Personnel ance. Bradford County Tele C- 4tchg

but said any improve- the only advantage the: town ':the trailer is the teenage boy $9,150S. ed house. 644 N. Cherry St. Manager Sunland TrainIng graph. tf Out Of Town

me; ts to the band hall will person! has is that it is a lit- : Jerry. Jerry was a boy on E. McKay Realtor FOR information call 964-6937 Center, Gainesville Fla.4tchg I USED FUKNMUKE mEte! ,bed room frame dwelling -

have to wait until the high tle closer to the store. But 'Frldayi.afternoon but about tfchgBARGAIN 713 FOR BENT TV sets baby I AND APPLIANCES I ., modern conveniences

school renovation is under- with paved roads and .good six hours later after receiving Keystone Heights FACTORY beds electric guitars and amplifiers I I I clean and nice 2H miles out.

taken.ir transportation. 15. ,,,.minutes his diploma. he became a 473-4816 I Seamstresses EXPERIENCED refrigerators by day UPHOLSTERING Paved Road. lot 80 x 200 ft.,
riding just gives you .'a! ,little man. Right r now Jerry is ini" Start at week or month. Phone 964- garden land. Price 600000.
: I SI 6O hour FENNELL'S
plus rate. Airconditioned
1 piece
.1 FOR SALE -- One commercial 7923. Dahmers tfchg Terms. A. J. Thomas Realtor.Tel. .
".. size electric ice crusher. Also working area BARGAIN CENTER .
; : 12>/;"' aluminum fishing boat In HOUSES. I Health and retirement insurance. WAITRESSES WANTED-I I'/i' Mi. So. 301 Starke 964-5T01.

IT'S EASY TO WRITEr perfect condition. Phone 782- Ring Manufacturing Co. must Ibe over Apply : TYPEWRITER RENTALS:

I. ... ._. I 3690, Smith Shell Station 2 and 3 bedroom Hampton 302 N. W. 6th St. Phone 372- ,'Tuck's Drive Inn. 2tchg 6-13 I Day. week or month.-Brad
I 2tchg 5-30 and Theressa $50 337S, Oalnesvllle' Fla. 2tchg ford County Telegraph. Phone

:: ESULTPRGDUCINGWA"1\ ADS __ 6-13 FOR RENT-furnished air-con Service 1f14-RSOIl.. tt
: : CROSBY LAKE down owner will finance. ditioned efficiency apartment. Prompt

Two half lots East side In Theressa Communitytake \VA.NTED! :' ..EXPERIENCEDdouble Renner Apts., 633 McMahon.Ph. FOR RENT-Unfurrrfs'hed 3
L Follow these simr.1: rules to make Want Adrf'hrJnjr better results. acre entry bookkeeper. Must For Repairs bedroom
t ) your I of Lake for sale.. A J. Thomas, hwy.'100 toBrn-! "* 9 4- 279. tfchg house 2 baths. 1't/
ii ,Remember, a good Want Ad is nothing more than salesmanship In print. Realtor{ Tel 964-( 701. do professlnaf trying" minimum miles East of Starke. Available -
.: Write your Want Ad in the same friendly style you use! when telling son Store turn right go BO\ 'iwpnj. .no errors and take FOR RENT -1 bedroom furnished LARGE OR SMALL June 15. Call 378-440A.
CtTCUMBKRS SWKKT: I shorthand at 80 Application !- cottage. Large room" Gainesville
: : Corn, wpm. 2tchg- 6-13
1-2 house left.
friends and neig'ibora' about what you have to offer, on
PotatoeB ansi other fresh vegetables. must 'Indicate previous with private: driveway and QUALITYPLUMBING

*' Don't Abbreviate: Ion'ibe- Pemiy/Wla/ and roundFoullMul \ Cull Loyd 'Bryan 964I I In Hampton on street, experience and employment.Send front porch. Renner Apts, 633 FOR SALE-By owner In order -

? 6881) on :Morgan oRo..". 2tp 613DISTRIBUTORSHIP behind school<<: about 1 resume to OUBB Drawer McMahon. Ph. 964-0279 tfchg CO. to settle estate 2 duplex
Surveys and studies prove that most I 970, Stark. ,THIS IS AN EQUAL apartment buildings with furnishings -
block from school.
Want Ad readers do not like or under- It makes good common sense to ellml- OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Ph. 964.5039 I included. Located across -

r .:atand abbreviations. Make it easy for nate unneeded word.* from your Want PART OR HIM. TIME I Call Collect for Mr. Lee 2tfihg 6-13 WANTED TO BUY: one acre I from BHS. Large corner

e; people to respond to your ad A(1, but make lure you don't ruin the Reliable\ person to service retail 321-0011 Atlanta Ca. APARTMENTS for Rent fur of land in Hampton area. lot well landscaped. EaCh unit,
I-don't: : keep them guessing with abbrevl- outlets! and commercial Write George ,Young. Box 92 alr-coo effectiveness, of your Want Ad) by mak- selected will Housing Service Corp. nished. Utilities furnished. Call throughout. 100 cent oc
'atlous. accounts. Person 1 Hampton. Fla. quoting price. per
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Co" Ing It Incomplete. Remember, you're not repiesent established products 964-6852. tfchg 2tp 6'13' cupancy. Easy ,financing If de
at Waters Enco Service
person -
,. : placing a Want Ad to save manufactured by 60 year old I sired Louise 'Renner 633 Mc
:Pu2 Yourself to the Prospects Shoes money Station. Itchg
with distribution LAWN MOWERS repaired. WILL KEEP CHILDREN at Mahon. Ttl. 964-6279. tfchC)
t' you're Inserting your ad to get resultsGive company
{. "'' full Information and all the de- and make monJy. Making your ad too world wide. All accounts in NAPA parts. O'Neals Shell EXPERIENCED Baby sitter my home. Ages 2 and older. WANTEEX Maid Job 5 days a
will work by day or hour.Phone ANTIQUES. USED Furniture
Service. 435 MadIson. Itchg Becky McGee 964--&607
:'r-'tails: about what you have to offershort: may'save A few pennies that lose local area established by Company phone week. Gertrude Carter 964-
9646626. Up gas stoves electric stoves, ap
I "teacribe' your offering in benefit terms you'dollars in results. NO SELLINO.QUALIFICATIONS 2 BEDROOM trailer for rent 2tp 6232. Up pliances of all kinds. Lumber
,.. ten prospects why your offer '' !! : Car or with screen porch. S. W. Hal- FOR SALE-8 week Oldhounds
i'iatisflea And It '.* *;"** TP.Order Your AA. EXPERIENCED WAITRESS If need home plywood roofing. Pre-hung
their needs. referencesfor you a we
>! Give sizes dlmer small truck bank sten. Market Road PhI 964- Walker-black and tan July. can We have
doors. $11.95
wanted. Mature woman pre- new.
U :; ions\ capacity condition' advantages. account shipments Call 782-3901 suit you. Lovely 3 bedroom
? Trained Want Ad Visor. open 7460. ltp or
competent will
windows. Come
; 7823784.Itchg ferred. Apply in person.- use:!. doors and
And don't forget price! Want Ads (freight prepaid] $1.000 to home nice location. Also 1
help word ad for beat I
tl you your pos. Longhorn Restaurant. 301 out and browse around. We
t. without ,price are CO'/S less effective $3.800 investment necessary.For FOR RENT unfurnished S and 2 bedroom apartments.W. .
11 > ible results. All do In
you up your USED MEN'S; WHITE work South. 2tp 613 will save you money. Old Onus !-
.0" than ada with price. telephone and they do the rest. details write to: Depart- room. 2 bedroom house closeIn. H. Nollman. tfchg Trading Post. 2% miles
,, ment E. P. O. Box 35206. 268 Park Place or call 964- shirts 25c ea. Used swimming FOR RENT mall unfurnished -
Dallas. Texas 78235 6088. ,2tchg,6,20;, .trunks. New ladles hose 3 pair house. Call 964-5724 FOR SALE-2 bedroom house. north of Starke on 301. 621'

t I TELEGRAPH, CLASSIFIED I ADS for, $1. Nearly.new dresses :SOc! after 5pm. 2tchg 820' furnished or Un!urnisbed. 2tp

FOR RENT-2 bedroom furn- BANTA.cotiN.! ,, butterbeans.. ea, ;Johnson's Store In Waldo. Corner Pratt & Polk. Inquireat FOR SALE-.68 English\ Ford

ished trailer. Phone 964-1498. peas for sale.''John Crews.* Rt. Itch*, FOR. SALE-1958 Ford H ton Old Trading Post 2% miles Anglia Delux $695.00. Call

|: GET RESULTS Itchsr 1 Box 28 La/wtey/ Ph. 7323822 1 FOR SALE. CBS pick-up. Call at Waters Enco north of Starke on 301.( tfchg 473-3113 Itchg
-3 bedroom
_. "' _Up Service Station.. Itchg
WANTED to 40 acres. Will home. $300 down balance like FOR RENT-2 bedroom house TYPEWRITERS: Manual or

r : PHONE 964-6305 pay top dollar Call 533-2216. LOTS FOR SALE on Sampson rent. Good neighborhood. Call WANT to mow lawns. Phone city limits $50 monthly. Ph., Electric For sale or rantS -

1! T Up I'Lake. Call 964-6323. .lIP. 964-6343. Itchg I 964-7178. 2tp 6J20 964-5801. ,tfchg..,' Bradford County Telegraph.j' .

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RECREATION with and Barbara four hits Cox each led, Including Colonial tucky Schedule 011. forFriday.. June Pratt playground st will Playground.be in operation The- ,.:,',,:""'.,,"':'.':.::";"."."...,-;,I'C'..: '.;" ;:':. '.......;...:' :,,,:..::', "' :.:..". ,,':,'; :,";;: ',:",,:':, :':'': : ," .''':r;; :::',,'-.:.,,'.: :..,"...:: :.",::::". ,:''.:.:':::..:::.:.:,':": w:-, ;.;".":"""'.::':.: ,';::::.:'.. '"'.;'"J'Ii

two home runs for Barbara 14-.KFC: vs Beggs.' 7:30.: Con- each day. Monday
and one home run for Diane. ner vs Colonial. 9. through Friday, from 1:30: to
NEWS In games played Monday Mon., June 17 Colonial vs 5:30: ( p. m.Activities.
night,Colonial thrashed Beggs KFC, 7:30: : Conner vs Beggs, to be (offered Include -
Gulf 114. Barbara:! Mastersled 9.TIE trampoline, tennis Instruction -
Colonial GAMES baton lessons, arts !
LEADING LEAGUE .Including. a home run. WITH BANTAM BOYS & crafts, soccer, track & field iquidation
Conner Insurance contInues The other game(of the night The rain won the !Bantam events trapeze Instruction,
to lead In the Women's was played between Conner Barnes scheduled for Thursday, bicycle rodeos, archery, air
Softball League by''downing! and Kentucky Fried Chicken, June 6. and they'will be re- rifle, softball for ,girls and
Beggs 0Ulf,*II to'l, on June 3. with Conner winning 19-5. I scheduled.For Small Fry baseball for boys. \
Conner outhlt Beggs 5 to the third time this ,
Tied for second place are year Some planned'for ,
special events
2 with Redding and C. Dyal Colonial Florist and Beggs Southern Discount was Involv :
leading the winners with two Gulf. The tie could be broken ed in a time game Monday summer fun are camp.JUts.1a
hits each takes Con- and as yet have no record for doll show a pet show a Ii
when Colonial on 1
parade, and various tourna- .: LAST 3 YS!
In the other game of the ner this Friday at 9 p. m. | the second half as both these ments. QA
night Colonial Florist' downed 10-i '' games will be resumed at the
Standings: Conner's ;
Kentucky Fried Chicken Beggs 6-6; Colonial 6-6; Ken j' point (of the tie. summer Playground are leaders Bobble for Sue the]: .
30-6. Both Barbara Matters BPOE scored their only run
,/ in the second Inning;, and Just Barksdale Cathy Hitchock; :
It 'looked that and Wayne McLeod.: PREFERRED
as one run PURCHASED
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home would win the'game, 8D scored TINY TOT PROGRAM LIQUIDATORS
I! in their last time at bat to STARTS JUNE 17
STARKE PHONE 96<1-6200 I j tie it up. BFOEJ. failed to The Tiny Tot program of'
score in their last attempt the Starke Recreation De ALL STOCK AND FIXTURES FROM COHN
KEYSTONE IIEIGIITS.PIIOHE 473-3176 and time ran out, setting( up partment is for pre-schoo ,
the LI tie. children. age 4 through 6.
Rental Services In the second (game Coca- I Parents are- asked to pre-
Cola knocked off the Police,, register their children on Friday West Call Street In 1 Downtown Starke .
June 14, from 9 to 11:30a.
HOSPITAL BEDS, WHEEL CIIA1R3 I 4-0 scoring one In the first :
I and adding three in the m. at the Pratt St. Playground y.I
CRUTCHES fourth for the win. Center The !program f
Schedule for Thurs., June Itself will start Monday June I
13-BPOE vs Coke. 5:30.: Police 17, and will be held each 'Building Must Be Vacated
vs Southern Discount, 7. Monday through Friday from
NEED READY CASK? Mon.. June 17-SD vs Coke, 9 to 11:30: ( a. m. A'special enclosed -
5:30: ; Police vs BPOE 7. play area will be utilized -
I WRIGHT DOWNS by this group./ Supervisor
PEPSI COLAIn for the Tiny Tots will be Mrs :
Come See l/sf
I the first game played Joyce Griffith assisted by
June 8th at Westslde Park, Bobble Sue Barksdale.

r f We make loan for Wright downed Pepsi-Cola t
4J % worthwhile 8-5. Suggs led Wright 'with New Medicare .
any pur- two hits while both Hazen
pose. .. and Cox led Pepsi with two: Handbook Will
hits each. Be DistributedWithin I
$25 to $600DO In the other game played GOING
Hicks downed Branding Iron the coming weeks
9-2. Callaway led Hicks with older people In Bradford
two hits while Brown led County will be receiving anew /
-Too many payments
Branding Iron with one. copy of "Your MedicareHandbook
to make? Branding Iron and Wrightare ." a new up-to-date
-Too bills to both tied for first place in guidebook on their Medicare I HALF PRICE or LESSMEN'S
many the second half of the Junior benefits, how the program
'11 payToo Boys Baseball League. The tie works, and how payments are
+. many taxe will be broken when Branding made.

?"... 2 Iron takes on Wright this Ralph!. Fontana. social security .
due 7
coming Saturday at Westslde Park. field representative said
Standings: Branding Iron the new Handbook highlightsthe
Let Us Help With Your Money 4-2: Wright 4-2; Pepsi Cola; changes enacted in the
2-4: Hicks 14. 1967 social security amendments AS LOW AS
Problems I i Schedule for Sat.. June 15- improving protectionand only $1| J 99 as Low as $1' 99'
Pepsi vs Hicks 2:30: ; Brand- simplifying Medicare pro.
TOWN FINANCE CO Ing Iron vs Wright( 4:30: ; cedures. has also been made \ 2 for $$5
Westslde Park. i easier for older people to read
226 N. Temple Phone 9S4-7449- Tues.. June 18-Pepsi vS: and understand.In .
Wright, 5 p. m.! Hicks ''VS developing the new edi- MENS & BOYS BED SPREADS
Branding Iron, 7 1: In Lake tion of "Your Medicare Hand- :
Butler. book," Mr. Fontana said, the -
Serving: Florida SUMMER\ PLAYGROUND SSA sought the suggestions LADIES DRESS COATS AS LOW AS
Since 1950 STARTS MONDAYThe of elderly readers as well as

(; -iS I1na the Starke Summer Recreation Playground Center of experts munications In the and field representatives of com-- only $1.37 VALUES TO $39 2 for $S.97mEx

..... .. .. Department will start Monday of professional organiza- ;
.- -- W"'W"" .. ;June 17. at 1:30: p m. at tions. \r !
Delivery of the new red, only} $$9 05 S _ _

STAP.KE_ white, and blue edition to the '.s. WORK-\ .KHAKIS w "' '. tans .
..Mnu Carolyn.,... ,CordiallyWelcomes! : 19.8 Tnllitoir-Amerlcanr B5"and DRESS and SUITMATERIALS

Eaves over will be cycled over the .
Representative I BUSINESS! next six weeks.In for $ LADIES UNDERWEAR\
Ph. 964-5812 You and Your an Introductory letter on 2 I
the Inside front of the
122 N. Bay SU Family to Your
new Robert M.
Starke New Home j Ball Commissioner of Social SLIPS, STEP-INS SOME AS LOW AS
SERVICE Security,reminds older people: WORK SHIRTS
The State ot Florida Gilbert S. Brown "If you need further Information -
or want help concernIng GIRDLES BRAS' yard
It Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and Standard 011 Service Station your Medicare: protectionor for 27c
ATLAS other social security
To Acquaint You With Your City.If any 2 $3.97
TIRES &; BATTERIES: matters, please get In touch GOING AT HALF PRICE
Budget Ternw--Road Service with your social security of-
you are new in the area, a, phone Phone 964-7071 fice. The people there are always OR LESSMEN'S
107 N Temple Star lie glad to help you."
Ball i will bring: yon a prompt visitfrom The Social Security officeis SUITS LJNOLEUM'RUGS
HURST'SS located at 409 8. W. Second
local hostess. Please give
your ELLService Avenue In Gainesville. If you
her a call! She has maps and many j Station are unable to go Into the office only $$1488 LADIES RAINCOATS
j Mr. Fontana Is at the '
free and wonderful Rifts for you Goodyear Gas Oils Tires- Lubrication& Batteries Agriculture Building, upstairs, SOME AS LOW AS as Low as $$3 97MEN'S

from local businesses ROAD SERVICE I In Starke each Monday and -

801 and 100 StArke Thursday from 9:30: a. m. to 'UNDERWEAR $1.99'

11:30: a. m. I "

THANK YOU BRADFORD COUNTY. I In In Tim Probate fountr.County no.Judce 1-1511 Florida: ,Court, OfUrndford I I only 39c ea. Upholstery Material

In Re( : Estate: of Isabel Mary :VALUES TO $3.97 YARD
Fernandas Simpson' alno known LADIES HATS
an Isabel K. HlmpHon. lleceased.Notice I
To All Persons Interested' In MEN I'S SOCKS
Th. Kutate. Of Said Decedent. : YOUR CHOICE \ only) 69c
You I
a ltn. rn".ft'm;: : : Or- .
to say "thank.you" is really not enough. The toher, 3. toil purporting to be

support. we received in the race for state senator from the aid. Last decedent.. VIII .and has Testament been admitted of- 4, Pr $1.00MEN'S $$1.00ea. .
t<| 'probate In thl* Court.
friends and interested'citizens was most gratifying, You are hereby command..dwithin
,N"' *- .lx:: calendar .month
to say the least.? ,"/ from th. date of the flrH publication 3-PC. LUGGAGE SETS
of this notice to appearIn
We also want to renew our pledge to provideyou .If any till you'Court can, and why show the actionof cause, SPORT COATS LADIES BLOUSES
this Court In admitting said REG. $21.95
the.people of Bradford County, with the best repre- Will to probate should not stand

sentation in Tallahassee that is within our power to unrevoked.,, I Patted
/ George
deliver. tv Circuit Florida Judge.' Judcre-Of. Bradford Acting* ; A)*County Coun-, only $Q M 95 as Low as SOc,,: now only $12.95

FloridaAttorney -
ONE DAY EACH MONTH. AND I WILL! For Executoru/ it 7-i .

You have placed a great deal of confidence In In The c.County Jnifita1 FloridaIn Court OfHrmlforil ,

me with, the vote you gave me for state senator. I. Probate No. 1-IS84: ,
Isabel Mary
In Re: Estate of
will not betray that confidence and trust. Fernanda. Hlmpson. also known.
a* Isabel F. Simpson." Deceased.Notice .

will need. your assistance'your ,, ner. .on..To having CreditorsAll claim* or
demands nqralniit the estate of HALF PRICE LESS
goodwill, your, interest and your son Isabel. den Mary known.Fernanda aa Isabel Blmp-F, i iSlm.on or
understanding more now than deceased. are h"r.hyn..tltl.d
and required to filetheir
ever before, "',Please: don't hesitate claim. In the office of the

to give me your sugges- I ; County County.. Florida..Fudge. In of the, Bradford Florida.within CountyCourthouse .
at Some As Low As 50c A Pair
tions and your criticisms.. I from the Six,date calendar of the first month publication -
need your help. of thl* notice or the
same. will become void according
to law.

Again, thank you. r t Kxei-utor Marw Thl/S' John Fernande 10th of Parke the day Estate Simpson of Simpson June.of,Isabel Sr 1098.also';. Doors VVii! Be Closed For Good Saturday, June

Sincerely, deceasedHollls known a.* Isabel T. Simpson

Rtarke.' V.Florida Knight. 8:00 P.M. Must Be Sold
Attorney. For. Executor 6/IlF4t-7.1 15, : Everything By
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( .. .J \ ; I IF WE DON'T HAVE IT This TimeI
well get It for you. Office : ,
Bob Saunders Supplies. FnrnHnr Eanip-|
nu-nt. Bradford Count
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Section Two Page Two STARKE FLORIDA t l.'UUltSDAY.JUNE 13.,11)68.) ..
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c9 25 Years AgoB ,

: ,.Alice MoOarrey a. I, c o -

r nr ti ', _14 C f .
Time, To Start Squeaking Bradford County women
,, ,. .. i i ;', were 1943/ busy' during June of t o i c s :
canning fruits
and vegetables p
In response to Senator JosephTydings' In his Sunday television appear- V 11 ,I-r.e'r rn ,,from .local farms and .
request for "a strong ance, Senator Tydings said the '
Victory Gardens '
outpouring of public opinion at National Rifle Association, which '-.- The Homo-Economics Department By PAUL C, YORAIGT$$ '

least one Florida daily newspaperhas he described as "one of the most i ri4he'i of Bradford County Ed1fgRlstgnplWesp1eneeg, ,

published a one letter to powerful, lobbies in the country," $ q i' a 1.. 1' High ,
page & L School .was open from B, How- about'' the children of "The boy may react: :toy
be clipped, signed and sent to had been i) able to' defeat adequate 'w'r911} jbM a. m,, till,,2 .p. m.- on,.Tuesdays alcoh011c'' parents? Is damageto cower .In..the.'corner. out--

Congress by advocates of stricter gun control laws tin the past by ; and,., Saturdays,.ot June. for these--kids limited merelyto wardly conforming oeJie: .mAy

gun control measures. rallying irs 850,000 members in ''i : canning with ,-Home.-Economics economic deprivation, or rebe'|; and become :defiant Or
The tragic murder of Senator militant opposition to any such r v rw i v' 11 ?teacher! .MJUs Daphne Nor dOC!&:it;go deeper? delinquent.,"'says Dr. Fox.-Or.

Robert F. Kennedy has once again measure. He freely admitted that man, In. charge. A fee of. five Well,. the ugly truth is that he/!! may 'grow so tired _of his

left Americans in a state of shock, Congress is influenced (perhapseven i cents per jar was -ehal1led to closet, : .,half of,all alcoholicsIn 'parents'. continual fussing that
cover._the, cost ,.of water
anguish, and frustration. The intimidated) by this vociferous rr and. the use ot.the gas pressure our midst today' come from he turns against-both'of

new tragedy came. before the IP'Qup.-manyM; ; them hunters 4 d ''f c 1 cooker Produce Jars, tops the disturbed ''background of them.' '

wounds had healed from the as- and sportsmenwho Sen. Tydingssaid L and..the ,equipment for preparing an alcoholic family. A girl with 'a drinking
Children of alcoholics often father 'may come to confuse
sassination, a few brief years ago, had been' "confused" by NRA p pr ,the. produce. was supplied lack a sense of security and Independence with drunkenr

of Senator Kennedy's older broth- propaganda into thinking that any by the housewife but thus tend to neurotic., The ness, and may later becomean

gun control 'legislation would' be r r, M +.:. 1 Miss! Norman >was available lack of security comes from alcoholic .herself, .
er.We not those who, of ts." k ,.A; for advice on methods and +
are among infringement. their "rig 1 il) vAl ark's' a the bewilderment the child Even worse is the situationIn
in the outpouring of a massive The National Rifle Associationwas use of equipment feels when sudden shifts. of the home when the alcoholic

guilt complex denounce our "sick founded in 1871. It now oc t\\ (\ j The .Jon Lana- gf'ord-Whlte' behavior occur in an alcoholic ''is -the mother. Says Dr.

society" and would hold the entire cupies .an* imposing,"$3'VI. million, 1-.",;a".,.\d., : C' .. n Post of the, American Legion parent Fox{."Because of the closeness
country responsible for what''' still nine-storJL: headquarters buildingon \\1 N"1 won a. $25 prize for the.hlgh-, Dr. Ruth Fox. medical director of children to the mother,

appear to be the acts of a few a circle iri downtown Washington est, percentage of increase: in for the National Coun-,, they tare apt to suffer Irreparable
deranged fanatics. almost'universally] !' I membership for posts in their ell on Alcoholism says: "A damage. The seeming:
and.fa re- .
: parent who is often affectionate -*
responsible citizen, ': ." bracket. ly sauddenwithdrawal of love
But every ferred'to-as "the /gun lobby. It .
understanding and
The Increase In
in membershipof produced by liquor anj)
in the period of soulsearchingthat tragic has more than $19():million in as- 1943 over 1942 for the.locaL loving when,' sober man;, become -- quantity,may leadto deep anc1
naturally, follows such sets .and an annual' income of over. .
-- post was )3$ per cent. The.. morose.-mandlI1'8. uni lasting :
events must ask himself what he $5 million, of which sixtythreeper Starke post-noV(, had. 70pald= reasonable, touchy, noisy and' Isolation and-abaindonprent]

might do to lesson the. chancesof cent comes from:dues of mem- up memberships.. even cruel. and. violent when' Thoughy\,.. they inaxx' bqcoma

another. bers, and twenty-six per cent from } a drunk. actively; deft ist: ,!;they (Often
One very simple thing to do as arms manufacturers who advertisein iJ; t7 r A Twonewr employees of "Or, a naturally reserved rtao&-I with. deep fe, llngs ofj!

suggested by Senator Tydings onSunday's its monthly publication, "The County Agent ''r.. T7 Dyer's and somewhat withdrawn parent guilt later on for their de.
r. '
office -wereMrs.. B, H. Hen- 1 "
Pr -may '
"Meet The Press" pro- Rifleman. t R tr ,t fl Ift"-:
American n SK', f d drlcfct of Sharon; Ga.. and and, seductive in-.the
gram, would be to barrage .Congress of- One analyst, Richard Harris recently 4 "f N... f' *, f Yr ,.4o y t'f nv Mrs./ i John M>' Lovett of Way- early stares 'of a drjnktng .:n'" not diffcultto.eeelthagfewi ) {only

with such an outpouring said that no one in Washington nesboro, (]a; Both young women bout, or hilariously 'and embarrassingly alcoholics I harm )
public opinion in support of stricter doubts the NRA's boast had husbands stationed exuberant.He> or themselves:;,.. Mot, projblejnjdrifilcqro

gun laws, that these long over- that jitj.ean .p.r,0duce[ withinseventtPghoursmore at Camp'Blanding. she may spend money wildly also,adversely the affectsmgRly.othere.and ,ones
would be passed in : and make extravagantprom- |
due measures : than halfa
they-affect moat usually*
A stet
of those to. LawteyrBoyScout .Troop \ to fulfill. The frequent -
spite of opposition million"J] tters, postcards, and was, formed and received its possible the/ .ones.,nearest, *>them-e- those; ]I

whom any gun control measuresare .members of Congress charter, at a service. the.Lawtey .,swing-from highohopes, who. they, actually; need.most.,j
tq. shattering disappointments)
anathema.In on. any gun-bill issue. : Methodist Church.-The. build in the child Many good pamphlet] *!
Sen- may up
his Sunday interview, As an indictation of its effec- new 1 troop was part of theo( such, a basic distrust that all have been w.rittel.on various

ator Tydings said that.in all western ; tiveness, no gun-control legislation New JUve!- District ot- the. his later intimate relationships phases-of, alcohoUsta. Op*; of

civilization, the United Statesis which the NRA actively opposedhas North Florida.Council.( Rev. will be distorted." the beat.'Th8A1_ lIc
the only country without i Herbert Ha ard. conducted Dr. Fox continues, "When Spouse: wrU m. been adopted at the state or
adequate gun control laws. He local level in spite of the fact tha' "The Land Of The Free"FARMER'S' the. investiture.ceremonles: the father Is alcoholic, a, sot. Fox! mentioned earlier In i this
of mur- Chaplain. I*, A. Shepherd of column This pamphlet deals
pointed out that our rate will find it difficult to attain
is fifty-four times more.than! 500 bills pertaining to the State Prison who was dls, stable identification so with'the family' problems as-
any ,
ders Great guns Britain, and sixty; firearms: Juipting, or conservation trlct chairman, gave a talk on that an ambivalence-In-, !! ,-.' soci ted, with Il\lcQboI4sm.+ and I)
that whereno were introduced in the fifty state DIARY the value of Boy Sqout preparedness Ings may beset him throughout it's' yours free charge simply
of Japan,
seven times that legislatures in 1967 a typical .. Members present; requesting it.
legally) to .pos year. Tropical storm Abby did life." That is, the boy may-
one is allowed ( officers. Since.the'-..squeakywheel...gets her advance for the. service. -were-I" H* find himself bqtfv attracted, Address all. requests for literature ,
live to
sess a gun except'police the"-g 'e sefis'any"wonderHhat up hurricane but she going up all the time. So no Hill R. R. Thed ,rW. H. &dn and replused by the same obJect and information tot 1
held no hope billing AS a one wants to "kill the goose wards. Jr. Assistant Scouts
Senator Tydings its heels he grows" PARP'S Information services.
(Congress drags on gun did'dump a lot of rain In this or personas
the horror of this last, that lays the golden egg," as master, and.For>esE:, Fuller. ; Fla
that even. control legislation in ,spite ot..the section, perhaps as much as It Is In into t,manhood and continuesin Box 1147. Avon Park ,
this the
assassination would inspire.control Con- fact that seyenty.rthree per cent of four Inches or more. But the (I ands, of hens.case Our'producers, thous- News of Service Men [19431: ha adult lif(U. 33.8.24-. .

to pass adequate gun Americans favor: registration l }" of downpour was spread out overa '' Blake Jackson, First Class
gress is moresupport ,. [ ( : have a very large' investment ,.. .. '''.'' .." .._".'
legislation unless there rifles and shotguns, ..according- to period of time and we saw in the Industry and they Storekeeper In the Navy, is on
"at'the grass roots level, ,, ; v .' no evidence of flooding on the 12 days leave at the home of
the Gallup. oll.Wi i; ;-.;., realize a large portion of the ...
: Americans will day the storm ,passed by. his parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl !": K
words : :
In other v county's Income .from their : : < :
The difference is that the seven- "" .
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wire .or telephone There was however, a lot of Jackson. '} : ; : 0' .
have to write, labor. So that Is a factor to :
their Congressmen and let them ty-three--lgr:: c! nt is.not organizedand heavy winds and our place be taken into consideration so W. H. Smith\ an engineer .; :.:.,:' j.I It Iure .: 'i' ",.,.....'..4;. .
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does not take the-time} to let dead II. ;J '
with < ,
know what they want, adequate : :, was left littered far as the fly problem Is con with the. Merchant Marine, Is .;. f : ''' .
enacted. Congressiknowits'wishes:: .- limbs and branches as a result cerned. spending i a month with his .

laws are to be !The tjrpj has cometo 'change of the storm. By Sam McGarvey wife>and children at Hamp- ... '7t. .. ::
follow .
In"the. emotional period '
this state of affairs. Perhaps it Yet the .
i interests of others ton.Mr. .I.i.
injfthe, last assassination, Con can be done if the c amp a i g n The harvesting of tobacco f JL.*;.r rr ';, ';musts! be considered, too. We'' and 'Mrs.' Arthur Hol-. ,:It'" 'Y""" ;

gress did pass and send to the started. ..bya.,,Florida, newspaper has been started in some be regular controlled schedule.by spraying Another on' a remember that several years llday spent the weekend visiting \\ .. .' ... ".,..;. Hi
White House last week a measure parts of this area and basedon in St. Petersburg. Mr. '.
the ago when we bought out .
should:! iTopted) byj(::o r sthroughou&the eggs '
that would ban mail-order salesof ,: some of the leaf which has scheme tried Is a charged- In the country from a man Holllday Is in the U. S. NavalReserve
Johnson country. been "barned" tobacco ware- wire over the ,:dropping pit la stationed at Jackson ,
pistols. But President with ( cage-laying} set-up e ,
Here is the l letter: by mean's of which flies are -
housemen are predicting a ville.
citi- cone
like a majority of American he's( out of. the business ,
"Dear Senator Tydings: good season with good yields electrocuted when they alighton Sta.tLser eanl Lloyd. WiU ,,
zens-if opinion polls can be relied No date has the "hot" line. We saw since then), that our.car was .. ..."..,." ..:_,-. --.."" ."
believes that a tougher "You asked Sunday for astrong/, and high quality. full of/files! ..from.Just,, a shortstop kerson of Lawtey was recently
upon- keep outpouring of public demand at been set yet for the openingof such a set-up over in Clay at, the place. From that awarded-an.alr medal.for e_ By, Lynn" Hamilton, ., of Southern, Marine, ,, a
needed to guns
measure is Count in the auction sales In the County one time, but we un- can, ceptlonal service.
the grassroots level.' me we Imagine that
out of the hands of irresponsible Florida-Georgia belt. derstand it has not worked lIvlnanea W. H. Hart Leonard Smith "FLYING SAUCERS" ing starting .position: Lie flat
who is not satisfied with such a place
needto as one ,. .
people. He has specified a halfway} measures such as the' one out satisfactorily.. would have a problem. with and Jack Powell are .all, stationed TAKE TO TilE WATERIf placing your elbows on the
ban the sale of rifles and shot- The problem of flies allegedly files, and not be too happy at Camp Shelby Miss. you're looking for, water forward part, of. the. disc. It
guns through the mails, as well as passed by:Congressj last Thursday, brought on by the Increas- A complaint lodged againstthe about it-- to say the least. and Jimmy Sewell is at Camp ski thrills, but don't have big should support the weight of

pistols.Sen. i which covers only mail order sales ing number of poultry housesIn poultry producers is that Croft S. C. water ski power, here's the, your upper>;-.bQdy Extend,your

Thomas J. Dodd a longtime of handguns: I favor strict controlof the county Is a tough one some of them are having the The problem was discussedat The Legion netted $110 on answer. Give the flying sau- legs straight out and keep
stricter con- all firearms and their compul- in that it apparently results manure spread out over fields the .county commission cer a try says Tom Dorwln, your feet on top of the water.As .
of sales
proponent gun sory reg stration.".* from the failure on a part of for fertilizer and that it then meeting last week and poppy according to the Evinrude Motors' water ski the boat pulls the disc
introduced two stronger appar report of Commander W. B.
trol, has federal And don't\ stop with Senator a few producers to spray or serves as a breeding place for ently an ffort is being madeto Sewell of the local .post Assisting advisor." to ,a plane slide one leg forward
bills which would require Send take other steps to control flies. If the manure is har- try to )Work it out to the A saucer or disc, as It's and then the other and
and, Tydings. a copy-or some- the Commander in the
registration of all firearms, of flies In poul- rowed under.it is said.the
the breeding' satisfaction of both poultry- sale sometimes called, is usually get into a kneeling position.

would outlaw. mail order sales of thing whoseaddress similar-to every can Congressman obtain.- try manure.. situation could. S''be' remedied. men and 'the nearby home- Colson drive, Girl were Scouts Mrs. and Lemuel tone constructed of marine ply- Then move one foot forward

rifles and shotguns. you owners. It jean be solved we Misses Gayle and Virginia wood and measures 3 to 3V4 and place it flat on the disc.

From the standpoint of the Today the poultry IndustryIs think with cooperation and Sewell A J. Thomas and H. feet in diameter. Any out- Balance yourself with one:

poultry producer particularlythe a big part of Bradford understanding on the part of A. Carlton were other mem- board motor that can move a hand and move your other
I Teachers Receive Good.Advice ones operating cage-layer County's economy and la con- both sides. bers of the Poppy Committee. boat 10 miles per hour -and forward.Simultaneous to this
houses manure Is a big prob- tinuing to grow in Importance, this Includes most fishing you can'start to stand up. :Be

lem and we understand it can as new chicken houses'are have-enough.power tc sure to watch your weight.: If
School teachers need to standup "just anybody" won't be placedin "plane" a disc and rider. you shift it forward.the disc

and take a greater part in their the classroom. NEWS And NOTES Learning to ride this tricky will .nose-dive, and you'll geta

profession, their community, and Local Education associations, Fishing Without Interest RateIncreased disc isn't hard says the Evin sudden dunking.

government, the Chairman of the such as the .BEA, should seek a License May On For Today's HomemakersBy rude. expert.. Balance; Is the. There's, more to. disc riding

(Classroom Teacher's Departmentof master/contract with the School most important thing .to re- than Just getlng. up. As you

the Florida Education Associa- Board which spells out some of Prove Costly Savings Bonds Martha Sae McCain member. Always 'keep your become more 'proficient, you

tion, Art Hayes, told Bradford the things teachers now seek: County Extension weight slightly to the rear of can start to learn a few of
Education Association members at smaTler class loads, released time Fishing without a license The interest Increase for the' disc. 'This keeps.it on a the.4i.i4 tricks that keep this
does not make sense and may United,: States Savings Bands Home Economic: Agent plane, and it's easier to con- sport fun and interesting.
annual retirement luncheon for and lunch, in-service '
their be an expensive practice, according and Freedom Shares is expected trol and maneuver. Many of them( are patterned
here Tuesday.The training, and a policy" of dismissal. to Major Brantley to:lead to stimulatedsales DorwJn suggests thej follow- after 'water,skiing.

very foundations of our Mr. Hayes i is right.- Teachers Ooodson, law enforcementchief of the bonds and notes FREEZING NSW- POTATOES er bags. ,

country are in danger of coming should stand up and be counted for of the Game and Fresh according to S. L. Peek. Jr.. Due to the Abundance and 8. Freeze at lower. liner [(2J Heavily waxed rigid 3. :Rinse in cold water:
apart, Hayes said, unless 1 the things which improve our school Water Fish Commission Volunteer County Chairman of requests, we hdpe .this Information 7. To cook: Add or. desired type containers.known to: be shred.!i or grind potatoes.

teaching profession creates a sys- system, for both the< teachers and A resident fresh water fishing the Savings Bonds committee.The \ : will be i beneficial for amount of frozen.potatoes tq. moisture. vapor proof. [31, 4. Add a little .salt and

tem that will give every child an students. Class room' teachers, the license costs only $3 and interest boost, effective freezlnanew Irish.potatoes:. enough boiling salted water to moisture vapor proof polye-i form into patties.<<: [Moisten

adequate education.We ones actually doing! the teaching allows a fisherman to wet a Junel raised interest' rate, on 1. Select potatoes of uniform -. cover. Quickly bring to boll thlene freezer- bacs.' hands frequently]

couldn't agree more with know more about the ills of our line anywhere In the state. Series "E and "H" bonds size-that is all.as near then reduce heat. Cook: 10 to 6. Freeze at zero or lower. 5. Place .pa.ttle.on cookie

Mr. Hayes, who also said teachers education system than anybodyelse. "On the other hand." Good- from, 4.15 per cent to 4.25 three-fourths inches In diameter 15 minutes or until ,tender. 7."Suggested cooking' methods -. ahee.t} :. freeze )unwrapped..
son said, "if the fisherman is per cent. Interest on Freedom or all as near one ((11 In oil .
ahead next = Avoid overcooklngr- : Fry bath at 35O.! t. When frozen remove
have a big job year. .1: L". !
cr: licenseit'will Shares.U S. Savings Notes inch or all as near 1H Inchesin
caught a degrees until desired .
patties from cookie and
made in Freezing French Fries sheet
Many financial gains But they are of ten left out, or diameter '
not only interrupt his went from 4.74 per cent to as possible. and- -texture reached perhaps package in heavy moisture-
the past session of the Legislatureare in cent compounded semiannually 2. Wash clean''of soil and 1. Wash, peel and cut into .
their wishes ignored. Many timesit fishing but could result a per ; 4 to 8 minutes. Drain on vapor, proof polyethelene bags
in danger of being lost since is their own fault. There are visit with the judge. The,fine when held to matur- scrub vigorously to remove one-third inch sticks. paper towels, salt and' serve. or in cartons.

many of the finance bills passed more classroom teachers in the education for fishing without a license ity. With both instruments. tender skin. 2. Wa.ter-blanchj j sticks one [21. Use a >small amount' of T. To serve,< Try patties In

expire in June, 1969. than other can be .from $10 to $300 or the Increase was to the full [No paring will be necessary minute [it is not necessary to cooking oil or fat [enough to. buttm.or;, bacon fat or brushon
Mr. Hayes noted the need for a profession any imprisonment not to exceed legaVIlmit. although they may be scrapedif change blanching water for cover bottom of frying pan] butter and broil until

professional standards board for group. It's time they acceptedsome 90 days." Mr. Peek also pointed out desired. each successive batch to be Place frozen French<.fries, in brown.

the education profession so that of their responsibility.:! On an average between that Freedom Shares may now 3. Water blanch as follows: immersed] preheated pan. Cover and cook 8. Add, onion,juice or onion
four and five fishermen are be., purchased across the Potatoes 34| inch in diameter 3. Chill 3 to 5 minutes In over medium heat until desired salt-:to patties for an InterestIng -

arrested each day for fishing! counter from qualified Issuing 4 minutes. I running cold water. brownes and. texture Is flavor.

without a license. In the cal- agents such as banks and savIngs Potatoes 1 Inch in diameter 4. For new potatoes, better reached, possibly 10 to.IS min Baked Stuffed Potatoes

ORiD4 The Bradford County Telegraph endar year of 1967, 1551 cita and loan associations. 8 minutes. browning at frying time maybe utes. Drain on paper towels, Preparation, Use mealy

oA ESTABLISHED tions were Issued! for failureto They still, must be bought in Potatoes 1V& inches in diameter obtained by dipping In a 1 salt and serve. [3] For oven. high quality potatoes. After

J79!9. !have a fishing license. The combination with the Series 7 minutes. i i to 2 per cent glucose: solution "French Frles'% spread frozen. potatoes are hollowed out.

r sEa g E. L. MATTHEWS -.Kditor.and' Publisher total up to .the< end of April "E" Bond In amounts, equalto diameter Potatoes.8 over 1%minutes.;, Inches. In depending upon the degree of or partially thawed French mash and stuff into shells:
to 10
y > -:; this year was 712. browning desired. Prepare cut potatoes over shallow pan. top with melted cheese. Coolto
J 0 o Florida's Oldest Weekly Newspaper PUb1IAhe4 jContlnously Fishermen may obtain (licenses or less than the Series "E" 4. Chill for 3 to S minutesIn syrup and chill in refrigerator Pour In sufficient melted fat room temperature

c q Under The Same Masthead.:: at the office of all County purchase. running cold water the night before It is to or oil to just coat potatoes Storage Place in metal-
ia'a'' '* 5 Package in moisturevapor be used. To make a 1 per cent stirring to coat evenly on all rimmed
? Judges, and In most instances, paper pie plate, wrap
.i'V;: proof containers. Some solution simply add 1 table- sides. Bake IS to 20 minutesor with.
licenses are available through $2.25 for five of fishing aluminum\ foil, cello-
Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Officeat license agents in the same recommended' containers are: spoon granulated sugar to 8 to desired color and done- phane and stockinette or useplastic
$8 for around (
or fishing 31
year [ ] Waxed
top-opening foldIng and .
Starke. Florida under Act of March 3rd 1879.: place and at the same, time pleasures. Funds from'the' sale cups 3 tablespoon of hot ness. Drain on paper towels, bag.
cartons with.moisture.[ water and stir until dissolved. salt and serve.

Subscription In trade area: 1 year $4.50; 6 months, 2.50 or the bait fisherman buys a,new lure, of fishing licenses. e pacifically yapor liner t21[ Heavily wax- 5. Package in mo1 ture-va- Freezing Potato Patties place ThawingUnwraj in oven [-stored> and in
earmarked for the
Outside, trade area: 1 year J5.0O; 6 months"$2.75 Non-resident fishing licensesare and protection production of ed known'rigid type containers por proof containers. Some recommended 1. Peel potatoes and cut In. metalrrimmed 'pie.plate or
are: ill Waxed about 2-inch slices.
available for as little as fish and wildlife. ,. 't3J spread on shallow pan and
moisture-! top-opening folding cartons 2. Boll in salted water 7
. Place in 400 degree oven for
-.-. .- .-..-. ,.
.- -- -. vapor proof polyethlene frees- with,. moisturevaporproof minutes.. 19: minutes.


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!/-seven" GctCcrtM; ;cates- 1w ar. Eleanor Lee, 'Marilyn- Linda- Cross' Frankle Mae I I.by Lavender. Joann l4'IIch,1 you by night NEW COPOKATIONJC11AKTEKKU J Jnx"'t, William E. Mitnick, Ra- -
.Uzenbee. Paul Mc .epd, Mich- Cruce, Catherine Oasklus. I Linda Lyons, Sheila Manyarl.! For' those without motives,I : IIKKK va L. Enger; aH'of-Jape>, Ala? **
From Ne&'V q-Tech/ Center ael McRae; 'J1.Ir1n1y' Nelson Rita Grover Eloise HInes:I(I,Brenda Manning. Kathy I I% Let's GoGardening there are many plants] that Secretary' 'Of. State Tctia,, Filed May 31,. 1968 .by-o.hJaIrJe8
Jaque,SuIuvanbSWI8n Taylor, Pam Jutiay, Frances iM<:K1n- ;Moore..,Cheryl\MRrl3ae, Alice,,. will shape into ornamental has JHrorouncod f "the Sy Sevently-seven. .students : '' Waller. ney, Retha Miller, Gall Pre- Sellers, Joanne-lade.6haron'! ;; hedges!; for beauty's sake alone.' Adams -of'thi P4i nafna City, Fla. v..
chartering folinwing'new
ceived certificates from I : 'I Electronics Technology: Dan vatt Linda Rowe, Margaret I Thornton;; Tarry"Jor es.. )eIW These include:! the Turks COl'\XN'atJon.ln Bradford Coun-
Bradford-Union Area ''Daugherty., Wayne Gunter Sanders,, Joan Starling Car- Typing! Shorthand?,it, Record Cap. Glossy Abel la, Golden] I ty: \Stark. Top Dollar. Stores, CAR WASH FRIDAYThe
tional'' -ThdU2C 1. \ | Ronnie :Knight, Robert Scott, olyn Taylor, Susie Taylor, Keeping: Shirley }Brown Wattle, azalea, Bouganvlllea, In I ) < Editor
the Roger Oriiflris. Elizabeth Thomas, Eileen Linda Dlaklns. By Uerve3' butter!]lybush,I ftt,
ceijter atthe.end o : ; Cynthia Clark I snowbush pale Authorized' tocU: 20 h I will have acar wash -. Ti&I .,
sent school: ,*er..' .the'I' : Vocational! Office Education Wheeler, Shirley Whltaker, Audrey Griffin Clara. ,Hamil 1Iortda Agricultural IbI Golden] Dewdrop, poinsettia, $100.. per. flhare. Starke.j I Hurst's Shell Station start.lrue- '

Certificate.; .stating: ( ;. .Clerical: Rrene Adklns Peggy Voyles. ton Nellie Davis.. ( I t"ulo.1 BNYIea Peljoa, Hibiscus, Podocarpusand goods, wares, and at 9:30: a. m. Friday
they have completed) ; LindaAlle0.. : Wanda Bi-lU Vocational Office Education, .r- Oriental Arborvitae* of every''kihd.' Incorporntors: : '
quired. vocational.- te : Brend8M.B own, Dime Brown, Secretarial: Rosalind RussellIn confused and For additional listings of J. Qeorgd' :Mlt1'11' 'k, Joseph H. I I ,; !'
Don't ,
training in their Olenda] Bryan Shirley Clark I Olenda] Adams Elaine Brown, become : hedge-.plants that are adapted, v I r?'fDfQjLFg {
field were presented to Linda Crawford> '! Linda Crews Diane Cox, Gwen Jones, Deb- 'Rosie! Coming i trim hedges M high aa. .some to your locality. contact your
ladles wear tl\ltr dresses.If .agricultural agent; or your .:.
To Fla. TheatreSummer '
you do.tj 6re" Will surelybe '

.. time movie goers many unsI|/tly lower Urn***! nurseryman Selection of the proper' ( ) [ J
*" exposed. hedge plant is vital.If .
RC .Vhl face full time entertainmentwlth.UwJaorWaJThektre ,
r a '
: ? {, open If you need to plant, the lot ,is small\ ; a low :
the '
hedge to trtjft scout
hedge is the.best choice. Or.
,all,week the next J ffw-rnoritihs.
neighborhood fat samples to ..
A! ,double feature 4asebiFrl- If the lot Is large,'" consider .
day and, Saturday June: 14 plant.] large growing hedges :or.con-
Peep und t the skirts of j I sider several combinations
anir6AryravY: } (| drama of.:two study '
men and a woman caught: in I growing greenly' and. You'llfind hedge plants to give you color :
awebof. :; intrigue! and mur erIn..p. the hedge's.lU'l9.tomy.that therQ la a. hedge for throughout the year'Before < ? u S'tJt'5tt ,
Rx I q J" r | J.J., tarring ..OeorgePeppard. selecting a "hedge N
GM ,
Raymond Burr,,. and) eyery purpose plant be sure It will serve 1 '
t r The thorny trtfoH te-orange
Darn It the ,
4 end. your purpose.
Gayle Hunolcutf la one j > a
r:4i 4eti Pt hedge will prevent Invaders that ha.veWill grow
: ;i1 The others "IJangerous plant you
of ,
ReUte;' ,'Jonas Wl1d .,sPy from making} S raceway In partial shade, sta'noV strong '<* ) a-
: ,
ire+ t1K1l1 creation <*!".. novelist! your favorite ylowe4-bed' gusts ot :wind or will,tolerate ""V IV ff '' II 'L\'IDI..N
""W.1'I Where' ordinances' ) ) prevent ,
t4} ) .. '
Andrew .York.-, Wilde.i_:?pWyedby salt Spray H S4IITT

o w'' I'll i ip As, ''p+' .Carol.Richard--Lynley'jrohrwott:Bartoara.'Bouc ::with- yaupon electric or shockvfcnces lie\ \"olJlltoria., try Tills the Most Planting varieties Time of,, hedge. : .''oI.J', ... ,. ';',ft'O'. 'I
..compact httae Usually] becomes ; I Il 1111't; 'I r I I c
be set at any time
}flt. Sylvla.SJmi. DtAnar Dors) plants can 1 :
i ,g3=
.*. -. *"'T \ {71, Jtfp't and Sam Wf' maker" aleo the ho jrt of wasps andS&J"Ves during! the year except during' t.. ,:,:'L..I. :. .

w> starrinil.f '.$. ... -- against all the cOl11ers.ame\ purpose periods of drought. : .:;.;. ,".. ... '. t AIIue.:' .
The ,iVengeanc Voif; SHE'!" Prior to planting prepare ;' 1
>To hide trig Florida
\tarrtngi.-: at-xwrod.Ollnka: ] \ nevr the soil by cultivating strip. : ams:; :.n A\ CHI I3Itr \
room from the/ tax assessor ,,
,.Der va.from Pf* 4..' first ac 4 feet wide and mix lIt an 9a r ,. : ,
p .
plant a bftv&t hedge.if ..'1. ,
,tress jfromva' 6r ;,Buropa. tosta.r wax ample amount of 'well rotted .... "" ..,"."' .I.i"t.: ( J '
; tax evasion Is not the ... ..'
:In<;'a ;ai for Engllsh- manure. If the soil is quite!- '
motive, thent: is still a good .
language picture, starts a sandy, then dig a trench 18 : J ,
idea l this fast Here's A versatile, machine
consider: \ and the width.ot INpurpoa adding<< designed
June Inches deep
three-day run
far of '
growing plant, the tre1QhWith years dependable troublMrae prforntare) ThiS
16. .. the hedge roW.Fill ? Compact, 10-K.y Champion lists 7 columns and totals .
Rosalind Busaell\ !! will :liven Wax privet puts on a massof a mixture of top soil 8 ( ) Electric operation makes figuraworft ..-
things up next' Wednesday ,' .,glossy-gre] foliage and and manure. If available- fast and effortidsa. ..
I and Thursday, June 19-20, will adapt Its*JJ to all owners. ganic matter such as leaves; .' ttm: ...
,vibrant. This includes] those who like dead weeds or straw' ,
.when she....portrays !grass .
: madcap millionaire,"grandmother .- to pester the plant' every week will help enrich sandy soil,. ; '
; ,. of Sandra Dee In Ross with the shears and those After It is established fertilize IMIHiPF4RarED. lt'1i1'r: :
t Hunter's dramatic comedy. who neglect the olant. the hedge twlpe a.year, l : .
C ZcJr, f *, ce deri +. ,"Rosier1, Universal' pictureIn If yOU' driv % compact car Apply :2 I to 4 pounds of fertilizer : -
w' Iq w + 1 -Technicolor and own a hdjne And a minIature per 100 square.. .feet of IIA'i\'I.I'I&1 i: : .:::.

1 ?1'r < it Also co-starring)I are Brian size lot then considerthe hedge row. i ADDING MACHINES ,i ,,... -
+ .t Chinese >% (fSevarlnia
g attorney oxorang -
Miss Russell's -
wr."r i y ?: J ,'Audrey Aherne"arid1 Meadows'l 16na-time and Vanessa friend, is an attractive buxlfoli\ / !dwarf hedge. plant Tills REVIVAL BEULAII SERVICESAT BAPTIST AS LOW AS''SCi;!):51Fradfdrd CJ) soar j' '

&3cgf2! Sa 3 f9i Brown as Miss Russel's two that is Ideal wr either a for- Revival services will be held t..,,. .... _.
r "* *sctV *'** '."-A...*. _v' / {' ,. t* r6CK6r.. *'.< i i'v,..!.,. .fk ff1.-; '.' ***!?* *"***. conniving daughters who feel mal or inforih! demarcationof at Beulah Baptist Church on
< --- -.i. AF L.W- > r i if .1. \ *'*<*'"l'* wgtT'R'' '" fK i.iMtuM.sA their inheritance. 14 l ''being dis your lot I boundary. Highway 21 in Clay] County
i: sipated. James Farentlno, Severina la better than a starting Monday June 17, at
plays Miss Dee's romantic Interest wooden spite fence! becausethe 7:30: nightly The speaker will County;' Telegraph :
?r 4 A1ti1nA S9h +l'+ W+ &' and Leslie Kielson' the spiny trickles of..this. :lie Rev. Jack Hall. ..
: ,huband..of Mlss.:BIqWl: hedge plant mil never l let a Phone ..J)6"-630d'" '
4.r "
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Miss Russell's role Is reminiscent I II tomcat sit atop III al1< squall at .. .. ,...-- .... . .... ... .. .. ..-
of her' Broadway'.suc- ,.-.
cess, "Auntie Mame.':and 1 he.r""',
;. y7' Mekrrh portrayal is In':the 'same sassy '

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.;Ji CFO STEWART CITED i ,. 'J ..,.. .. ?fr .. od. .,. ,....R'
I Senior Chief Petty Officer
William Stewart, USN, husband ;
of the former Mrs. Harry ,
I Tucker of Starke has been
awarded the Navy Achieve
ment Medal after duties iln
Southeast Asia. The citation I Y '
reads: SEE ON DISPLAY : .. :
"For meritorious service .. .. .. .-. ... ;..
I while serving with U. S. Naval "t
Mobile Construction Battalion :

IBO.ULD YOUBELIEUE. I 74 from October 16, 19C6 to 40x24 \:NEW'::60 x 12 3 HR.
January 26, 1968 as Food Ser- ...I t,' : ,
vice Chief. Senior Petty Of-
ficer Stewart unhesltantly GUERDON HOUSE LtlNG
volunteered] to deply_to Vlet- FOR $$3,895
naf with the advance partyof '
this recently 'rocommlssion- Featuring 960 Sq. Ft.

: ed battalion for Its first oper- '" P.ayments t $$59,87
ational deployment in order Living Space
to. establish a firm base of:
.: operations and: refused another -
I set of orders that would
I ...' not have required him to de-
ploy to Vietnam.
"Upon arrival in' Vietnam New, 2 Hr. 45 x 12
Only $l09 5 O i iI I i Senior Chief Petty Officer I
set about
Stewart immediately

I I the task general of improving mess, an serving adequate i SELLING FOR $$2,895 'As LOW AS $$25 .

approximately. 1,000 men, into I ,
I what are now the most -outstanding Payments only $46.93nd:
I Seabee food service \ d Take Up Payments
I facilities in-country as slated PER MONTH .
For this by the COMCBPAC Inspecting,, ...
Officer and supported by the, '
WORLD'S SMALLEST ELECTRIC v grade of outstanding assign, '-: .
ed during the annual supply COME HEAR :
ADDING MACHINE inspection"r II I

Adds f N.Marine Orlffls,Lance sori of Cpl.Mr Donald and I I The
Mrs. Ancil' Wl: Orlffls of I Glorymen Gospel Singers

Subtracts .Starke, wai promoted to his' ,
present rankwhile serving) I .

Multiplies/ / with nam.1st Marine His the promotion 1st Division Tank was Battalion in. basedon Viet,, : Saturday &; Sunday: AfternoonsY;

Credit Balance time in service and rank,
military appearance, and his *
knowledge of selected militarysubjects *

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:;;the' summer session startIng "
SEEING IS BELUWING r' r- June '17. A registration ; ,
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s. the full deposit will be refunded. chimecl from t the Arrhltect- /BoaiVl\ "i i' Public Inxfiructlnn' of ment of 8ald bond shall be paid and all hlda and to waive any TO: flJeI. Donald. A. Daniel Southeast/; First Street, dulnenvllle .-
IFf IFTyy-ytyym'9F1' SFJO CLASSES btrlK. follow (no refund) ,, Urad.oul' County. N Florida SKelde for by the Contractor.No Informalities IHrd Kng Bat Hdq. CotS Florand on" or before June
OFFERED HERE; I U. tiubntractarii, etc., For prawlnxa: tl.00 per sheet Plus .i > ""f rood fa fall andfutiraat'tlnw bidder may withdraw his The Board of Public Instruction' -3Fort I 28 ) Immediately theie-
: to .ub- "' that the HUc'ceMtiful bid for a period, of thirty ((30)) Bradford County Bennlnsr, Oeorfrla after file name with the Cleric
HAMPTON The .o:!owlnlr Santa Fe,corntaa11'bveni//n/lto' the 4 Met BidDV1t1U'rtacnt'Wx' : .0 per l>alr", dltmrdlotltPubllu'natouctldti: : :; :\ : :; daye. Inn after thereof.the date net for open tend Thomae en t I.. Casey Jr.lorlSuperin- that You Ulanne will C.pleaie Panle take.) haB notice filed of Wltneii the above the styled Honorable court.Juda-ee
Junior .Collegeclasses, for' ..nt .nali'i tax If the plane and of Bi-ujlfoi-cl, \( County, Florida. a The Contractor will be required e/e at 6-20 a complaint against/ you. seeking of the above> styled court and
offered at the. c returned InROOdeond.tlonB fte' requests fcn; 4>tan. and MmA' Issued. by the Surety Company to complete Id project a divorce In the Circuit Courtof the seal of'Bald court on this 29
Term I will be
PMm.. Mar? William. DtttBClflcHtlonB are within five (0) "pei>lflcntlonH, separate. ...ha"l.o.f MqenHecl to do tthe United within the time Bet forth !In MB r- Florida. Eighth Judicial Circuit day of May 168.
Bradford-Union Are.-Voc\ : of .Kpecl.flvatlnnn <'llIrll1a nnd llMeri by bid. In In and for Bradford County ((SEAL)
The FlorldnKlKhlh
the drawings or pages a Tlrcult C.'oar. Of
A................411aa1 tlonal Center starting JuIyTT day-refund after ifllt receipt be $.10.00: of, plue bide tux. shall be made through gtatee. i Treasury Department anacccplalile. Th Burremiful bidder If any. .luillrltil C ,....It. In Anil Raid Butt being styled. Charier' A. Darby. Clerk of the
I made the office of the Architect. for 100 per cent of will be notified within five ((6)) For Ilriiilfurd MOSS-HINES BY 103 61':-.irOenttrKTBlology 1 Depnelt\ ''to.the ehppkn' Ar shall*liUet.be Such bid shall he. jU.'O.np..nIpd the .rontruct price within i len due'' after the bid IB HcreeptortThe Artlon.. ('a". %o.Dlanne You are hereby required to
,.jjarajble < i-anhler'11 'h."k or bid ((10)) days after. belntr awuiili'U Hoard of Public' Intrtmctlonof ,, serve answer or other By Koulnh. M. Moody
EH 103.6 En ll hCompositlbn by n ( l>anlel Plaintiff VI your
$ 11L /; Separate
C. ""p.rlLl.Ih'etM:
Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Hines ::::: "*[ :sb1ee for'- bond) In the .amount of 8 percent the: contract Maid Lund ",riviirmlfnlntf Bradford. ("", nly. Florida, Donald A. l>nnli'l 1 Defendant. .. Complaint upon Deputy Clerk
drawlnxii piinf"f" Wllllamsaid
: PS 112.61-1'h iy- or the 0\I thu performnni'p .- riJaany Burwell. 312 5/30 4t 6-20
announce the marriage of ; npi-Hfli" ntl"nF inuy I h" pur- nf Mm hid pnviihlito tyHy-.. ?-erTPH th< right II) NOTICK) TO iEFls'ND
steal) Science*' SIItOO:61-80-:

IT'x"" their Second daughter Class Eloise Carlos to Airman E.- clal Science. > ._, ..'.sReglst 00- I'' .......:..,... ....:. .tt. f .'.".. t ,. -_..". .. .r...,..', ..' -..:>"' ,., .
? Moss son of Mr. and Mrs. / tlon wlll-'fie held -on "",'.: C -1'7 f s..... ...-................"". '.. .:. ". '.:!+r'F .-.;,-., f'J.\. .
1t William F. Moss of Starke. June 28 tfpin..Ojafcfo: :: 8:39: y. ": .. 'f' :'I///' i I.' ---Z -$:? ,. .. ";!:;., ::: -
h Eloise is a graduate of Bradb m. at the taxational school:::; ....... ". ;:... ,F'I\ /' / ..:f' '- : "'.. .
-* ford High\ School class of 1968. ; .... 'I. .."'t :t
C Carlos'Is a graduate of Brad- Hudson wlti' "a"v\ Fellowsljflp; --A t j r

gfond High School class of Dinner o"-tlie ,1Men-gr C I
1867. He Is stationed at Nelllsj after Sunday! .rnornjn service, 1 WESSON
Air Force Base In LAS Vegas. at which time the pastor' ex*. .
1/1 Nevada. pressed gratttwW. to official: '
/... Carlos left on June 8 after and member jfurttMtitr! Ibyfal.. ; D .
*J =being' home on leave for 20 support. .*-.srwiAi; : ys0oaa; i : :
T;. days. Eloise will be staying Greater .Pre-aW1l ,..$aptlst: OILCORNED N
v.with her parents and will JoinS Church Rev''." Lewis McKay S \
-.in.Las Vegas In August. pastor MondCKznlght, Choir' ,

C HARDY-REUNION' No. 1 and Ushers,Board No' ,2 :
E .i? The descendents of Charles meet at hP.;:.:*a.* Tuead *i' .
Hardy,held their annual ramI night Choir. No.-Land S-wftl _. \
I fly reunion at the home ot meet. Wednesday night/ Prpy- : ; BEEF HASH
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hardy on er Meetlnq.ThypafsllglltLadies :: ; r4 "
'Sunday, June 9. About 79: re- Circle and Story Hour F V: ,TV- ;
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.lalfves .and friends were pre- at the church!.'Prtday.,nlgllr; _
c !1}?. sent to enjoy the day. Prayer Band.MeeUng, Jill&pd&3t I .
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REVIVAL School 9:30: :"Mo1'nfrlg WbrshJp : : / w _ _
C ;-f. The'Hampton Christian at 11. League.Ing ( .a.t-.J. tl'bf- -
.. Church Is holding revival service,,*''p-o iVltfEtors i' t r
i this week: with Mr. Jake ways welcomej.wst; ee. r. f
1 i Thomas of Lake Butler Greater Allen Chapel AJtE 1 .J'O -',;;;;;::;
preaching each night./ The re. Church ReV9.l.:-Vii) Samps m
I! ,,-vlval will close on Friday pastor. Sunday. vSfho! <>l.; 10 a. /
,I night./ ; m. Morning' WorshljT"at II.' / BOLD
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Mc- Choir Union, -p.-m.'Evening; : T7
T-V Conaghy arrived home last
Service at,6.t'u\'<; v"> :
ti i =week: ..from Kentucky where
Mt. Plsfrah AME Church CHICK
'f he was stationed In the army. Rev. George"Y \lnr-Pa8tor. U.S. CHOICE s1'"r

I i<..He received his discharge and Sunday School, .<10-a> m. 4i3 1 :. DETERGENT
they will be residing In Starke.
I Morning Worship at 11, Even- CH
I... Ing/ Service,)6:30.: ,&l .members, CALIFORHIA BIEF. POT
.L and friends Invited.

I. Colored Citizen .,. --.-_-+- Thett; two HflACTC. .,... """"., tR Veil t KING SIZE I
?, N"UC8 hi' hereby. given! :' 'ihoot" quality; shields; lore -
: *, News sealed bids will bll received by all you BONELESS ENGLISH CUT .r yyi'' i' 99 y
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.. the Board oL4'e611tE1i1natt6Ptonof 1 ) !
Bradford County, Florida at -. need to know T IIMIT-I) WITH 5.00..
t. the office of the.jSufieyiutendent: Him' ttti iHuntui IHIU SAJU'DAPJUHf : about beef.' KUM ""' lt ildl9
of Public InetriivtWn", \ of Brnd Iua. oumirr iemt, uaivta .
3j cord Connfy- .239.*
Dell:Chapter 168 will meet Starke, FIorl. f.'iII-| i:10: P.. '11; .
m. (DST) onr, ''h.e.itaj'Of June 27,
Thursday, June 20 In the 196" for the construction' of: SAVE 201* AZALEA PURE Rleall'i.l.' .
.. Masonic Hall Brownlee Phase Two Bradfprd V.n'pJrAr..a !' :
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;.,.st. Vor.atl5'lt1lT',1\IflTT1ht! } \ CI'Io-f :,. ROLL SAUSAGE. LLRoiI89* tiMiT-ico WITH 5.00
at8 p. m. All members '''''. /Starke.; Florida PORK ... 2 YOUR CHOICE!
are sated to please be present ;at whlch'rtmV'MtlH-Mnrn" bead VfEU p TO 40 OR MORE FOOD ORDERNFRESH
opened and ca re Aloud;' Any I.S SAVE 6< AZAIU ASSORTED \ '
and on' time. Rev. J. P. : : .
received' nfter the specified:
Franklin,. W. P. Sister Alma'lime and u..wjU..aoibe. : con; | COLD CUTS PK..29t* '
sidered.: ----i ..... .
.t:' p. Bacon W..M. I Plan. opectrtcBCIIHriB and, contract r : '
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"tcuuRCH .NEWS doiMimrntam p...tM> examIned C 0 F F E E
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In the office' oT Don '
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Central: :Jlorlda Judicial will convene li Morgan v Avenue.Aradttwrr.-Oranaa.Pack.. ; :r2W: : 'Kln JTIor-".- "OUND POTATO SALAD J." ........... .... .IG '

... Ida. and .as follows: ;; ( HTCRAOE
on the campus of Bethune- 1. F. W. Dodxe CoCBn-ratlon, : SAVE 10 \ TOOT H
Cookman College Daytona I Jacksonville, ForlOiii| I Cf V > 59* r- _JTO-J-
:Beach, dune 12-18. Delegates I Qalnenvllle 2. dalnenvHhiptnn: gioefata: -'- -Room" B E E F CHEESE LOAF ...... ..... ..........* LI LOAf '

J'from the Starke charge are S. Daytonir. B TJuh Plan Room ;. : SAVE 351< IN 1/2/ IB TUBS. ITHE SPUED FOLGERS
-:Airs. Ethel l V. S. Hall. Mt. Oaytona B..llcb..ElorldL -

-Morlah": Methodist Church 1/V AND( I IIP..JClFIVIiTIONPltoctJn"J m-r-': : ;: ,, ..- SOFT OLEO ...... ......................... 3 tea...$1 PAST flJ J 11b can 58.

and Le -Desue. of Pleasant on A.request General an4reeelt-of<5onir>cjoTatTpr;; >160: 00, 5-- I Iks : HEAT 'N SERVE BREADED perch, haddock, flounder, whiting :
Grove Methodist Church. The plus 4 per cent. nales tax, deposit 1,750 TUBE .
pastor. Rev. Hudson, closed ((2) sets of General of plans' Contractor and specifications two FISH FILLETS: ........................2 .. 'I' 79* ; : -
!the year's work: out very successfully will\ be forwarded. LI -
with all claim paid. tt.rnedaln goddfdiltlonawithin'flte ', SAVE 101< IB LEAN BEEF CM.IFOOD i!

The Church honored :Rev. ((6) days aTTer receipt of $U 9 .9 PLATE STEW..29* ( > J'' It

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2001 N.W. 18th Ph. S18- S01CRANE' .
Ladle Sportswear
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2201 AvthoHud N.'Main. ctale- Ph.A Service 372-4373 HOMES.' ,'- &&&

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ELECTRIC Hancock .Offi e'f!to, 1 I DF$.t DOUlitrgpHoi MAUL! 59 Q FRESH BAKED REGULAR 49* I6ox CANS.NU.PAK CUT

Motor Repair Co. Equipment/"'"; "sitr;uyntxpfjEAPPLE t r,

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i JUNE 13. 1968_ "('lection Thrp Page One .
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''I Army Specialist Rowan Thomas, Jr. ----- : 'J r W. P. Wilson Honored On RetirementAs SPECIAL COUNCIL

I Keystone / Awarded Distinguished Flying Cross 'cn'I I Inspect For Barber Commission MEETING ON INSURANCEThe JUNE IS

Thomas, on Hall Lake. He has The Roosevelt Hotel In radio and a cuff links! and Key tone Council will
f' By ...... / signed up for another six Jacksonville was the scene 01 tie clasp set were presentedto meet next Tuesday night with

Please Phone in r: '. months tour of duty In Vietnam a banquet at 7:30: p. rt\\Tues- him with an appropriate. representatives of two.local
; and will return there day June 4, honoring WilliamP. card signed by all the men Insurance firms to review the

H later this month. ..AKoon] Wilson and Mrs bers. city's Insurance: program witha
TEEING OFFI! According to the citation Wilson on the occasion' of Mr. ,Patterson, the master view to "weeding out" un-
The Woman's Golf Assocla _. ) the medal was awarded to Mr, Wilson's retireinent\as of ceremonies t read the followIng I needed coverage. [If any] and
tlon had to postpone ,their "t" ; Thomas "for heroslm while Inspector for the Florida Barber original poem which he possibly cutting rising costs.

end ofthe- year business '. : participating in aerial flight,': Sanitary CommiasloK. composed as a highlight of Asked to meet with the
meeting and luncheon las i-*. ,' evidenced by voluntary actions'' Hosts on this occasion were the occasion: Council at this time are representatives
Thursday due to the incle- !' 'f" ', : : I above and beyond the call of| the State Commissioners, in- ;The flahln'! tackle's ready- of Keystone 1

ment weather. It 'Was rescheduled : \;" '\ ., I duty while serving as crew, pectors, and office staff. The W. P.'s a mite aloof. Heights Insurance Agency. ,I

for this Thursday.The ] '.. chief on a TJH-1D helicopter staff also honored Mr. and He's finally got some schedules Inc. [Reynolds and Man-heel I
Association's newly] performing a direct combat ,Mrs. Wilson as hotel guests that he don't intend to who now have the city's Insurance
elected officers will be Installed ,. \ '......'" support mission near Song Be, overnight, and breakfast the : goof. business and another
at this time. The ladles : Republic of Vietnam. : following morning. The Chevy's gassed and waltn. local firm, George E. LaRue
and their positions are as follows ", W\' "Enemy troops were spotted 4' z. State Inspector Gordon N. as the day begins to end. Insurance Agency.

: Mildred Sutton President 1'' ,. 1, :, In a clearing and immediatelyhis I Patterson, with whom'' ,Mr. For the wiley bass that layln The possibility of breaking
: Libby Nickell. Vice .y' ship came under Intense I Wilson had the pleasure of In' the river 'round the bend. the. Insurance down by departments -
president; Louise Gallop ,. .. automatic. weapons. fire. Remaining -, working was master of cere- W. P. has1'lots of plans made, rather than one

Treasurer; and Miriam Can- I Army Specialist- Wm. calm- and alert 'lie .c ; monies. lor he : looked to days like over-all policy will be explored
trell, Secretary.. '011 t-colng f Thomas Jr. Rowan quickly began ,to suppress ,the Those enjoying this affair r I these! at next Tuesday's meeting
a 1963 graduate -
Pres.1dent..Freda Wyman, wUl of Bradford High School enemy positions. Upon landing with the honor guests were And a part of all his plannln' when the two firms will submit
conduct the ceremonies. and a former employee of he supervised the removalof Chairman S. R. Robinson, was a-prayin' on his knees. proposals and prices.
The ladles have been most Clay. Electric his wounded gunner and Jeff D. Ragan. David Rose. we are glad to 'be a part of
Co-op In Key- :
active In Intra-club competi- stone ascertained the damage to his I WI Ivan O. Shafer. Donald J. I all the folks who made It so.
tion for the past two months, awarded Heights the Distinguished was recently aircraft. In an attempt to fly: I'' J Dale and Mrs. Dale. Director Our 'prayers and thoughts are the picked II'r888.Mrs. up. before we can cut

Last week Martha Hayes defeated Flying Cross In Vietnam. the crippled ship back ,to BIen __ Roger A. MacDougalH In- with you anywhere: that you T. A. Sweat of Quit-
Lucille Starnes for the Hoa Alrbase. it was learned specters Gordon N. Pattersonand may go.
Specialist Thomas receivedthe j man, Ga. is
Annual Christoffers' Tourna that a medical evacuationhad I : Mrs. Patterson, Mr. and May good luck be with you always visiting her
ment. This trophy Is donatedby medal for heroism In action been shot up and had I 'L Mrs. Thad Wales, Mr. and and may God forever daughter and son-in-law Mr.
against enemy (forces. It and Mrs. Dick Hilllard. Week-
Mrs. Bert Christoffers' Jr.. ., landed in Song Be. His ship, Mrs. Dale Storm Mr. and smile
is the nation's end
fourth highest guests of the Billiards in-
formerly of Keystone and now immediately returned to assist' 1 Mrs. Leonard Baldwin. Harold' On a.teammate long remem-
for chided
valor.A Miss Jackie Zalumas ofThontasvllle
residing In Tallahassee. the wounded troops. J. Davis, and Glynn Hagan of bared,for his honor and his
crew chief In the 190th 1b.r Oa. who Is now
Kathy Redfearn receivedthe the office staff. style.
Helicopter Co., Thom "With the wounded men attending a Ntainery In Pittsburgh -
Vonclle Ketch Trophy for All Commission members So -we bid farewell to someone
entered active duty In aboard he displayed his tremendous Pa., Mr and Mrs. Jim
the most Improved handicap. directors and. Inspectors expressed that we loved right from
1966 completed baric professionalism as Moore of Augusta. Ga., :Mr.
The winner of ,this event is 71Betty their regrets on Mr. ,the start.-
he assisted them with first aid
at Fort Donning Ga., and Mrs. Jack Zalumas of
determined by the cumulative / Wilson's retirement because of W. P, our doors are open, and
actions in
was stationed at Fort were keeping I homasvllle] Ga, Mr. and Mrs.
scores posted during the entire / : ill health. Farting: gifts of a we mean It from the heart.
with the traditions of
] Ky. prior to Ills ar highest I Larry: :,Smith of. Vero Beach
year. In Vietnam In April 1967. the military service and reflect -' ana tneir daughter and son-
PlANS ANNOUNCED After completing a one year great credit upon himself -/ Jean Kennedy Weds Ray Maxwell Chitty and daughters; MalllChltty. and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hart- in-law. Marsha and Ralph

FOR INVITATIONAL : of duty in Vietnam his unit, and the Unite In Monroeville Ala. Church I and Ola Smith to'' the ley end family of Jacksonvilleare Royster of Dunellon.
Lea Stephenson, Keystone- : ] Thomas Is now States Army." home of Alfred and Corln there for a week and Mr. Joyce and Pete Barton held

Golf and Country Club pro a leave with his Thomas also Isolds the Pur Betty Jean Kennedy, Their A-line skirts were attached Hudson In Gainesville. We and Mrs. William Morris of a cookout Saturday night and
announced this week that club Mr. and Mrs. W.lt. pie Heart and the Air Medal.I and Charles Ray Maxwell to empire bodices with were met there by Don Chltty California, who Is a retired the following people had a
members are busy coordinating -I and family of Starke. and Ed- police officer I Is there for
were united in marriage on, bias bands The bodice featured mighty fine supper of fried
plans and 'activities for Saturday, June 1, In the First rounded necklines and el- ward and Janice Christmas three weeks. Mr. Morris Is crab. deviled crab and barbecued -
the Third Annual Mixed Best Volunteers Leading Little/ League Baptist Church of Monroe- bow-length sleeves. They wore and son of Lake City. Whilewe looking for a home or a business chicken: : Mr. and Mrs.
:Ball Invitational to be held
] vile Ala. matching Dior bows with veils were gone my grandiparents to buy. Billy Noegel. and Mr. and Mrs..
June 22-23. This tournament Cunningham Close BehindA The bride is the daughter attached In their hair, and Hubert and Palma Chit Mr. and Mrs. Doyle James George Brown of Klngsley
will be figured full handicap
on a of Mr. and Mrs. John Grey carried yellow long-stemmed ty of Starke, stayed at our I were visiting !Mr. and Mrs. Lake Barbara and Art Patray
basis with low gross tight race developed for the VOlunteers. Kennedy of Monroeville. Mr. rosebuds. house and took care of my Johnny Broshear In Orlando. and children and Robert and
and low net .
prizes being
awarded: ] spot In the Little' League Cunningham's scored In Maxwell, formerly of Keystone Mrs. Kennedy mother of brother Wayne, and all the over the weekend and 'Were Novise Ward of Starke. :Mr.
a result of wins ,by the Inning of the second Heights is the son of Mrs. R.' the bride, chose a rose linen pets. Hubert mid-wited while entertained with a party celebrating ] and 'Mrs. Jim Temple and
A Pro-Man-Lady will be } and CUnningham. every H. Holt Jr., of Boynton crepe dress with lace bodice Mathilda [our mama Siamese their thirtieth wed- family of Chicago, Ill., Fred)
I victory' over Scales. Kent Mor-
held on Friday. June 21. A Saturday night. Beach, and, Charles D. Max- A-line skirt and matching cat] had 5 kittens In the same ding anniversary. and Corlne Thleman and English
g.an pitched for Cunningham's, ac-
complimentary "Happy Hour" The Volunteers .took the first' and ended with a 12-2 well of Green Cove Springs. cessories. A single string of box with Missy [another Siamese Mr. and Mrs. Art Wheeler and Romania Hilton of
and buffet supper will be served I from Belotes] by a score and game,j both Tommy Smart and Rev. L. Reed Polk officiated pearls completed her outfit. ] and her four kittens. 1 were In Orlando helping Mr. Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.
on Saturday evening for at the 6:30 When we got home we had and Mrs. cele- Ralph Fillmon and
7-1, scoring tour times in Bobby Grayson for Scales : p. m. ceremony. Her corsage was a white or- Doyle James family of
contestants and their guests 4th': (Inning, 'w\ ith two of Cunningham's defense came The church was decorated 14. cats, and two dogs, but 1 brate* their wedding anniver

Additional plans concerning runs on a disputed home with two double plays one up of with a large arrangement of chid.Mrs.. Holt wore an aqua. of the cats [Mischelle belonged sary.Mr. ContinUed on next Page]

this popular tournament will by Ricky Hall. them an unassisted play by white gladioli snapdragon, two-piece lace dress with to my grandparents. All in and!! Mrs. E. W. Revels,
announced In next week's With one man on base. Hall Tim Goetzman. Kent Morgan palm mums, and daisies, Jewel neckline and matching all, we had a wonderful vacatIon Sr spent the weekend with SCHEDULE!: ,

a long fly to Don Wingate, hit a home ,run with one on in which was centered with an accessories Her corsage was the only way It could their son and family, Mr. and OF SERVICES'
caught the ''ball close to the fifth. anniversary wedding candle. also. a. white orchid. have been better. Is If the fish 'Mrs. E. W. Revels. Jr. Mrs. J.
KEYSTONE home run toe '*'rMdi'' 81m- ."I nnlnghe.m' plays Belote's Two large candelabra and Charles"D..Maxwell, father had bit beb011 well, B. Strickland of Marshan Ga. I' -.. 'PARK'

a fence. ,Belotes manaIn the only games scheduled emerald palms flanked the at the bridegroom, served as maybe next time they will. 'will spend the week with the /
claimed 'he was in the this Saturday night. A win !by center arrangement. best man. Ushers were Gary Mrs. Rosetta Estes of McIntosh Revels. She l Is Mrs. Revels'sister. ] 'of the -'
'HEIGHTSDIRECTORY park heSnnirT"SSarSt Cunningham will cause. a A program of nuptial music Sandbom Jay Schmelter, and and Mrs. Ruby Dyalof PALMS
: Chief league tie and force a play-oft was presented by Mrs. E. S. Tom Long or Jackson Miss., Gainesville were luncheon Mr. and Mrs. James Kin-
ruled he was out of thewith the Volunteers. Gardner organist. Miss Susan and Mickey Kennedy of Mon guests of Lou Miller on Tues- chen and family were down
field and called It Leonard, pianIst; and Miss day. Denise Middleton of SUNDAYS
roeville. Mike enjoying; the lake over the
Volunteers 6-3 Kennedy, son
Swings: :
11:00 A.M.-7:30 P.1'1.'
U'I Starke afternoon vis
run. Kay Marshall, vocalist. of Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Kennedy was weekend.I .
to Cole pitched for Be- Cunningham' 5-3; Belote, 3-6; Given In marriage by her itor. T. C. went home to THURSDAYS
was ring bearer. did not mention the storm
'. and Jimmy Martin for Scales, 36General father the bride 9___ '_L .. .. 1 Gainesville with his grandmother -
wore a for- [ 7:30 P.M.
jinmeamte outer tne cere- Abby] at the first of the col :
', mal gown of silk organza and mony a reception was held in to stay a few days umn. We 'Were gone and did FUNDAMENTALBIBLE
BEAUTY SHOP is yyyyyyyV''VVVVVVYVMELROSE Hospital. He has been Alencon lace. The A-line skirt the fellowship hall of the and do some shopping for not see the weather here, but TEACHING
] sick for quite some time and was lavished with lace and church. Mrs. Marvin Russell school clothes for next year. from the looks of our yard

KEYSTONEBEAUTY 3, I took a turn for the worse last featured a deep scallop on kept the bride's book. Mrs. Jay Already] !II! the'; wind, was blowing pretty I AH Sera Ices Held In The
SHOP week. the hemline. The empire bodice Schmelter and Mrs. Ron Bates Mr. and Mrs. Coburn Rain hard. Our yard Is New Bible Center
Sunday was Student Day at of lace was designed witha served wedding cake, and and daughter Suzy of Gainesville -, with moss which covered1 j'.
Mtth Jor.ow.. .. By Jeyce Rowe the United Methodist Church scalloped neck and long Mrs. Permell Davis and Mrs. and the Jack Miller family -

Personal A Creative Hair Styling 1 ............ ...& .. and graduating seniors were tapered sleeves. The removable Troy Chandler poured punch were in Jacksonville Sun-
Every Form of Beauty a honored. Seniors who are train; edged In lace, had motifs Also assisting in serving was day afternoon visiting the Now For Fall Term
Culture Tues.-Sat. 9-6; closed would like to welcome members of the United Methodist scattered at Intervals on Mrs. Joe Brantley. Mac McOowans. Mac is steadily -, Register

I the community Rev. and Church are John Cham- the skirt and train. The The bride's going away outfit Improving and hopes to

NURSERY. Thomas Geyer, who will blee Linda Price and Janis bride's bouffant veil fell froma was a crepe dress which feat- talk the doctor into letting
him visit the lake next week- GADARA COUNTRY DAY
to Melrose this week. Wodey. forward headpiece of Alen- ured a scooped neckline. empire -

O.C. Carnes Nursery Oeyer will be the pastor There will be a summer recreation con lace petals forming a bodice of white elbow- end.Mrs. SCHOOL KINDERGARTEN
Kathleen Mctnnes of ,
as the United Methodist program at the school lower effect with seed pearl length sleeves with a ruffle
Hwy. 100, Florahome 659-2165 He has served for this summer. The morning trim and she carried a bouquet and navy blue and A-line Ocala spent the weekend with

tr..1')' Steak Thousands past four years at Wesley session will be from 8:00: un- of rosebuds and: ribbon, skirt. White accessories and a her sister Mrs. Reba Norswor- LIMITED ENROLLMENT -
at runt :mm TMM to Church in Lake til 11::00. Afternoon, session entered wltr' a large white white orchid completed her thy and they did quite a bit
choose from Shade Trees, Evergreens He will preach his first will be from 1:00: until 5:00: orchid. ensemble.The of sightseeing over the week-
Se Plants For Children 3 To 5 Years Of Age
Landscape In end. They visited Horseshoe
ho June 16. p. m. Children from grades The bride's attendants lnluJed wedding 'trip included
containers.Camellias. '
A AzaleasLet and Mrs. T. A. Steuart 4-12 will be eligible to parti- Miss Martha Jo Cour- points of Interest in Mexico, Beach Shirred Island and Call Mrs. Heskett 473-4974
family have moved to cipate. Football. basketball son of Gainesville, who served Acapulco, and Mexico City. Manatee Springs. Connie Hoy.
17. Do Tour Lead.captngUSED
and now make tumbling softball and track. all maid of honor; Miss Car- Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell will dick of Jacksonville and Henry -
home at 1716 N. W. 3rd NjU be..oUered1" olyn Henderson of Laurel, make their home in Orlando Norsworthy were also weekend -
CARS Al is assistant.,CtutpUKf '"DUPLICATE BRIDGE MIss.; Mrs. Lindsay Mosley. where Mr. Maxwell Is employed. visitors of the Norswor-

ShandB Teaching Hospital Winners of the Melrose Duplicate liter of the bridegroom of thys.Mrs. Ever Think Of Getting A
Hanks Used Cars will enter the Graduate Bridge:! Club for the Jackonvllle. ; Miss Margaret T L. Norwood has re- '

BIG CASH DISCOUNT' of at the University of last two weeks were: May 29. Rose Turner of ,Monroeville. -V V V V.yy ..y..y.y.V VI turned from a three week visit Dishwasher (And We Don'tMean
TERMS in September. Mrs Emery Cooper and Miss and Miss Pat Hlestand of with her sister Mrs. ,J. C. -

BUY SELL TRADE Nell Duncan owner Bessie Rutherford. 1st place; Nashville. Tern. They were INDIAN BEACHLake Jones In Moneta. Va. Mrs.
RL 1 Box 99 a operator of Nell's Style Mrs. Ray Becker and Mrs. attlrei:; In floor-length dresses Jones has been a patient In Your Husband)
H ry. 100 S Mlle S. Stark is now back at work and Phil Kromer. 2nd place: Mrs. of linen in apple green. the Roanoke. Va. hospital andIs
: much better. R. ij. Bridges and Mrs. W. F. ( Swtta FII) a little better now. Mr.

CONCRETE PRODUCTS J. O. Dann honored Wilson. 3rd place: and Mrs. and Mrs. Sandy Moore, Junior By I Michael n. Chltty Norwood has returned from
granddaughter, Rita Oro- Mary Cook and Mrs. F. T. High. Pb. '7 -Z17J Miami.

INSIST THAT ALL TOtTB > with a graduation dinner Hogue 4th place. Winners Bible Study crafts community &..A..a&.A AA. Friends will regret to hear
CONCRETE! PRODUCTS her home Sunday. Miss June 4th. were: Mrs. Emery projects, music and of the death of W. A.,Wallace. .
ABB Tire, BEST FROM is a graduate of Brad- Cooper and Miss Bessie Ruth- recreation will be offered. Dr A big howdy to all my We would like to extend our '

County High School In erford, 1st place: Mrs. Robert James R. Neale will lead. the friends I out there. It's sure sympathy to his family. ..
Edward's Building and the daughter of Clare and. S. P. Sashoff 2nd dally devotions. Refreshmentswill nice to be back at Indian Mrs. H. T. Smith and Mrs.

Supply Inc. > Emma Grover. Guests place: Mrs. E. B. Goes and be served daily by the Beach again. B.en though we Ruby Wolfe were visiting Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Mrs. Ed. Longnecker 3rd Women of the Church under had an absolutely wonderful and Mrs Bolden in Fiorahome

res a. MIa814$44OAINZSYILLr and children: Mrs. Em. place: and Miss Iva Hillyer the direction of Mrs. Ruth vacation, it's always good to Sunday evening.
FLA. : Grover and children all and Mrs. John Strawn 4th Martin.A be back home. r ,. Mr. and Mrs. Lavaughn
I Starke; Mrs. Marilyn Bry place. sharing time of the week's Friday morning [May 3J-V Lowery and two children
: Palm Beach staying
and children of Dade Presbyterian Vacation activities will be held at the we left for Mobile Ala. to vl 1 West are
; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Al- Bible School conclusion with a pot luck it Aunt Irma and Undo D. V. in the Rose cottage for two

and children Joyce and Vacation Bible School at Fellowship Dinner at the Williams and family,and,Jim. weeks.
I I Sue. and grandson and the Faith Presbyterian Church Church on Friday evening at my. and his wife Becky and Mr. and Mrs. John Klrkman
I and Mrs. Robert Holllng- will be held June 17 to 21, 6:30.: The famines! of all the their two children. We left and children of Greensboro/

and children all of 9:00: to 11:30: a. m, under the children attending and others home at 10 a. m, and. got N. C. and Mr. and Mtf I
I direction of Mrs. Elizabeth in- Naughton C. Beasley pf
Interested are cordially there; around 6 p. m, which \
children of the area Statpsboro. Ga. were visIftigMr. I
Walnwright spent Neale. All vited. Is pretty good time thanks Y
and Mrs. B. and most welcome ."b4f Mrs. Earl Voyle and
day with Mr. are Invited Junior Woman's Club the; new roads. Thursday '
Every Saturday Kelley last week. He Is vis. to attend this session. The bingo game held last afternoon we spent the night daughter and attended Peg-

his grandmother Mrs. Classes will be divided by Friday night netted the club with Bronzell and Gloria gv'[ graduation. I Housework got you in a tizzy A new dishwasher -
I I Alderman in Keystone. the school grade Just complet. about 4000. Many turned out Buchanan and children and Mrs. Helen Walker and Mr. washing machine or other appliances
AMERICAN last week at the for a chance at prizes furnished enloyed some fresh Flounder and Mrs. David Reldand children I / can
', of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. ed.Teachers for the divisions by local merchants and which we hadn't had In a long of Jacksqorille were save hours of household drudgery. Stop in and

POST 'I i Included her mother, will be: Mrs. Anna Faye Sapp members of the club. time.( Friday we came down to weekend guests 'of Mr. and I visit our Personal Loan Department. We'll be hap-
Highway 100 West of I, E. A. Chester and sis and Mrs. Barbara Smith as- The next Woman's Club West Bay Just out of Pan- Mrs. D. W Carpenter. Greg py to arrange a low cost convenient loan to>> help

II I Mrs. R. I* Baker and sisted by Brenda Odom and meeting will be held at the ama City and stayed .$l 1th ($|ark and Karen Reddish of i you buy your dream appliances.KEYSTONE .

Tommy and Janet. Kathy Deyarmond.. Nursery; home of Mrs. Jack Stansel Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Buchanan Starke are ,spending the week
Jack Pot Never $ i Mrs. James Wells and Mrs. Sue Truchses and Mrs. At this meeting officers will and all their children who with their; grandparents while I
i Gregory of Quincy. Mr. Aleene Adle Kindergarten: be chosen and plans for an- live close by Bronzell and his their mother Is worl iig. STATE BANKMember

I Mrs. Allen visited Silver Mrs. Helen Whitton and Mrs. other bingo game completed. family were also there], Sat- Summer vacation "time has',

I' Sunday. Eleanor Schoeneman. First Women in the communityare urday afternoon, we came on arrived again and iQrLfflns!! FJXI.C. Keystoa Heights, Fb.
COM P LIM and Mrs. Ernest Craw- and Second Grades: Mrs. urged to support the Jun- down to Borufar. and spent Lodge Is booming with', :
I JAMES have returned after Ruth Courtney and Mrs. tAbby ior Woman's Club as It owns the night with Uncle Fate and mer vacatloneers. Mr.sum-I: "Y.ar Friendly Bank Ia Tour Friendly

1 Melrose i to Arkansas where al NIckell. Third and Fourth and maintains the Public Aunt Clara Chitty and son. Mrs. Norman Mlngl and lmily "
t friends and relatives. Grades: Mrs. Christine Bart- Beach which many of the We headed for home on Sun-I of Jacksonville. Mr. \nd Conuuudty.
I; O. Dann la In AJachua lett. Fifth and Sixth Grades: children In this area enjoy. day an4 brought Grandma Mrs. J. E. Parkey and fanUy: U

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Section Three Page Two RHIU..R" f'OffNTV Ttr..r.UlIl\rll. RTARRM"' rt.f>nin. 9i

1 :MaA should be hit- another one by one of our linemen
> who had Mr and Mrs. mean. The fish
Lion the Wldegrens, buffet supper
,,I a:. 'STONE been visiting with the Haynes, Prink Hilton. -Mr. and Mrs. VOICE of theSPORTSMAN ting bugs this week Monday., since we So 'his name in Vietnam.but will I try don't to have haveIt

i t' went to visit their other son,; )JJjti Hilton Paul Hilton, and had a full moon luck
fi.JACKSONVILLE. : .HILITES in Memphis, Tenn. 'Mist Belinda..Hilton 'of.Jack 4w.' with until your next fishing"week "Good. now next! so'Goodbye for;

'T JVT- Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wright' sonville and Miss Hilton'sfiancee THE FIGHTERS

returned home the first part Luther Barrett, whois I By'Mike lorfreedom
Business t FrOm *I the week after vacationing'at stationed at Cecil Field I INDIAN BEACH We fought while
r Directory re'eshdidts over
Lehigh Acres. Visiting their brothers. Chitty
person''.wltl So that our country would and set-UDe being provided by Miss Margaret Pater Is at Homer and Barney Brinson, I' Phone 475-2171 have no fear.
I home with her family the from Thursday to Sunday
further Inform- Page ] fought
the cluW'Ttor; [ From Preceedna But while we .througimud
Nelson's Point and Mrs. Leroy !
Dan Paters of were Mr.
contact Bettye ... and dustThe
i L Auto Sales & Service MOTORCYCLES\ atloIV please She has just completed her Johnson and Ad Brinson of "-" .-I Tampa Mr. and Mrs. Dave I back home

Zowerka, Charlie McGlaye\of; \or F- Junior year at the Universityof Miami and Mrs. Gussle Diaz\ HI sports fans, this Is your take a look at what's hwppen-I Nieland and family of Alachua people, didn't

....rL ANDROVERThe Joe WUiLt.I1jT. Florida.P. of Tavernier This TuesdayMr rolling-fisherman saying "lt' ing in frest water and Lou and Jack Miller and I care carcied'algne about, us. like "Ba

World's Finest In H O N: D' A l < WILLIAMS BINGO C. Cochran, of Tyron, and Mrs. Homer Brinson sure nice to !be back". As far Shopman's Camp (west shore family. They Bomb": !

4 Wheel Drives Bingo was cancelled' last N. C. and Mr. and Mrs. Char were dinner guests of Mr. and as having' a nice vacation goes, Sante Fe( ) reported a pretty Well folks our summer Is in the send to :
week as a result of $enatorKennedy's Cecil It wonderful In (Mctolle:\ but those cat- And Don't us Vie r.
Sold and Serviced by MONTESAMOTORS ] les Garber were Sunday guestsof Mm.\ Johnny Walls at I was good ek Among; full swing as far as the nam"
Roberta" Chevrolet death However Mrs. Bess Qrosberg, of Field. those fish were just not doing ching fish from Gainesville, It has really

.,. Green Cove Springs', 3033 &; pYCtiES CO. .I the sessions will be resumed Lakevlew Drive. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. their stuff. My parents; James were: Mr. and Mr, Steve been weather hot goes.lately along with At, first It didn't, bother: me

_-... Jacksonville 2&4-l>BOO See Honda's Hot''3501! this Friday evening at 730;; On Friday evening, Chris Marion Sullivan this weekend i' and Cricket and I went deep Bradley xuglit 29 Specs; Fred thunder showers and other none '

49.19 BInding Blvd. .' It Is hoped that many of our 'and Tlsh Zowarka teenage were her sister and husband, !'sea fishing: wdth my uncle and Mathews had 60 Breem; Ed things that is accompanying But I've seen my buddies die
771-8241"- citizens will be In attendance.: and Mrs. Jim Slnegal Holder :aunt; D. V. and Irma Williams Alexander and party caught hot -one by one.
:M; Parrisli Motors Phone :,_ children of Mr. Mr and Mrs. the weather. It has been so
I'm still fighting but
N' their 30 Mrs
HERE on the "Marcla G. 32 Specs; and Mr. and
en- In
Lake Geneva Lake Wales.
MOTORS A: CYCLES Zowarka of of till all I have done is stay
Mrs. Herb Nelson was released the foot Crls-Oraft yacht. We Joe Albano had 20 Specs and Just to live
of their friends Sullivan spent
tertained 28 Douglas is air *
it conditioned
4919 Blvd. 771-8214 where ;
Blonding house
SALES! from Bradford County with an "end-of-school" cele- weekend in Ocala ''With flehed around 30( to 40 miles out 30 !Breem. From Jacksonville can My lUte for them ;'n never
because you
SERVICE Hospital this week and reports In the early afternoon friends. from,. Mobile Bay. Saturday were Mr. and Mr Bobby out long give.
bration. to get
*ARTS that she is feeling somewHat the guests enjoyed Visiting Mr. and. Mrs. R. M. morning we started out about Recketaon caught 30 Specs; hardly stand swimming. But, My friends and. family/' wish
I to
w" improved. We certainly wish and a were 9 a, m., and had a simply and.Tony Magro and Mike Reo enough go well,
MUSIC swimming boating Hersey Jr. last Tuesday the cold weather.
beautiful day of flatting andseeing 38 Those fishing It sure beats well
recovery had
speedy Speca.
'I her a Betty ci
The party was completed Hersey' sister-Mrs.
Good Used cook-out. Mrs.
Always Cars On Monday of this week, the landmarks. We had from Ocala !Were: Mr. aid Because I was away all of But all those ot.hern/ go to
All Laura St. Ph. 856-6034"; I with a dance held on Blair friend. Mrs. Minona
: her
Herb Nelson Jr., reported to sundeck.Mr. and Deanna around 30 fish at the; end of the Mrs. Sidney Harris caugfct 45 last week, I did not get a hell I
w........ BEAUTY ACADEMY Paulus Music Co. the Jacksonville! NAB for his the Zowarka's. and Mrs. Robert Hayes Davis; Misses Blair all of Perry. day including: Spanish Mack- Bream; Mr.nd Mrs. Howard poem written. so I am using
two-weeks of summer training Mr. and remainedhere era], (Lady fish Blue flab and Stevens caught' 15 Specs and 30
American Band & String Instruments with 'the Navy Reserves. were visiting with Debra and Deanna Blue. Runners. It was my first Bream; Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
of Naples visit '
P. Menzen, longer
E. for
t On' afternoon, Mr. Mrs. a trip to deep sea fish, and I :.was McQill had 40 Specs and
Qlhson Guitars & AmplifiersSchool Sunday
couples other relatives. '
week. The two and
their aunt
Hairstyling last little scared of getting seasick Don Morris had 10
Muhlhofereittertalned a and
e SuppIJea--InstrucUon .,and, Mrs Wally several nice rounds of Weekend guests of 'Mrs Bream;
:: enjoyed ,
members of the tout I didn't (except justa FLORIDA THEATRE
Academy Roberts Recorders golf The Hayes children Malanar Hersey were her little when I made the mis- Baas.Griffin's
Lutheran Church feast shore
*1 W. Monroe 358-9591 Music Library-Expert. Keystone Dana and Bobby were guestsof daughters; Mrs. Nettle Tom- ,take of ,going down In the cab- Lodge
covered dish luncheon P'el] also report a good
Department with a and Emil Santa
Repair Jim Peterson and Mrs. Beatrice
RiversideHairstyling 41V.. Monroe 3538147PIAN6S at their home on Lake Included Ge-I family, while their parents of Jacksonville. Il'n-for I got a while(back, however in the as wind soon I week. Those from catching Jacksonville fish- Showtime Weekdays 7:30: Sunday 3:0-(
guests Grlffrn's
neva. Special from 1:00
on vacation. The prayers and good wishes I had real .I3turdaIY :
and Mrs. :Mooney and I were J alright) so a were: Mr. and :Mrs. J. M.
.....' Mr. and Mrs. Les Stephenson of the community are with nice time. Sunday, '!Aunt Irma Brown had 6 Bass; Mr. and

Academy son.Sorry to learn that Mrs. I and Mr. and Mrs. GordonLee Mrs. J. D. Ortffis 'who 'win went with us and we didn't do Mrs. Ralph' Jones and family FRIDAY, SATURDAY JUNE 14, 15

2859 Park 8*. 888-8537 Turknett Is feeling under of Hawthorne attendedthe enter Alachua General Hospital as good, however we did catch caught 10 Bass Saturday and
Modern Styling Roy Fernandina Golf Invitational In Gainesville on Sunday around 20 but some were trash also 25 Shellorack- Double.Feature Program
the weather these 'days. Hone 14 Sunday,
-- For Mnnlral Advice last weekend. for surgery on Monday. fish threw them 'back.
:: 'Qualified Instructors In so we Kirkland and Mr.
and around Mr.
.. Accredited VA Approved C. CARTER NICE that she near up future! Miss Carol Stephenson a Sunday dinner guests of Father caught a nice' Bonita Cooper of St. Marys, Oa., ,
very Senior at FSU, arrived home Mrs. J. D. Qrlffls that took about 15 to 20 minutes
: nay or Night Classes Mr. and 5 (Bass Saturday. Roygttided
will be gladto
f caught
sure you !!
: j1iJ;,) learn am 'that Gary Cooper. son last Thursday for a summer and family were Mrs. Pauline to land. While,we were out, Dr. Raveling' of Cecil

ELECTRIC MOTORS J and Mrs. Kenneth visit with her parents Mr. Sears, Mr. and Mrs Don Williams we TOW a man catch a Cra- Field, who la praticdng In the

iVoopMer of Lake Brooklyn is and Mrs. Les .Stephenson of' Mr. and Mrs. Charles! velle, that took nearly an hour late Dr. Christophers' office on

:' Peavy Brothers Chtakertngzand: Other Improved after a. repent Lake Geneva. Sears, Jimmy Sears and hk fmaybe morel] to land. When Saturday caught 12 Bas, the
Tom Gardner, son of Mr. Miss Loye Perez; Mr women finally landed him, it 10%;
: Electric Co. accident In Vietnam, fiancee. largest one weighing
Name iPrAnd;.Plano
Ht and Mrs. Sam Gardner arrived and Mrs. Stanley Giesey, all had pulled them about a mile last Tuesday. Roy !
s cards and pounds
: ELECTRIC MOTORS KIMBALL "SWINGER Please send your this week from W from where :they hooked him.
following ad- home of Miami: Mr. and Mrs. guided :Mr. and Mrs. Gordan Ih
to the
Sc'ld8ervJced.RepalredGenerator ORGANS letters Is senior. Is The reason FSU. Tom who a E. Dampier. Mr. and::! Mrs Hill on Sunday, and got 9 sass
R. Cooper
Starters RnoM vclt Mall::.?. '8888519xj.i .;: dress: PFC Gary majoring in Business Admin- Jesse Lee. and Mrs. Rhode land him, wa that they had the largest! one weighing ,7'/a; j
: Armature Rewinding :-. : -- >iw.*c.. ,i-*' US 63703769. Medical HoldingCo. hooked him ia' his side plus
.. .. Ward II istration. Dampier. Mr. and Mrs. Olesey I ponds. Alan and Glen Griffin
.4044<< Leno 887-2528/ .-.. USA Hospital the fact estimated! his
.. Mrs. Alfred Watson Is now here for a longer they 3 Baas in 10 mantes '
: will
MATERNITY WEAR"Jacksonville's" SEWING cE T. (';,-.;\ : Camp Zama Japan Francisco.(RUNPNTJ at home after ivlsltln with I weight\ around 30 pounds ((1 caught late' Sunday evening, then GEORGE PEPPARD : COLOR.DUe. tQ ,=
.. _* _::- .' _.l :-= .. APO San daughter-in-law, visit.Dinner personally think he weighedmore 63 -
her son and and? bugging and caught
guest of Mr. I went / '
- .. and Mrs. Alfred B. Watson Monday Roy .tae aTgCNHIDeIeR
; : Capt. end Bream.
: : Sullivan Jr. large
.. r :: .. Mr- and Mrs. Myron C Jr. (tM. D.l. of San An- Mrs. Percy (or is the word "Fool") fished from 6:30a. : A UNIVERSAL NCTUM..
eVening Howard they
:HN' went III on Thursday ,
.': : ::.r Prevail, Jr. and family Watson he released it. We went back then 2
tonio, Texas. Mrs. birthday m. till 11:45: : a. m.
to Tallahassee last Thursdayfor but It so .
mt Wedne'day was ,
SEWING, fCENTERConsole ; Prevatt'rparents went to see her newly arrived ; were Mr. and Mrs. Donal' guided John Shaw and son
a-visit with Mrs I, till! we couldn't hardly
-..O'I L. ,.; I Mr. and Mrs. W. E erandson. Thomas Charles. Seigler of Melrose and Mr fish rough! for holding on to the, boatI T>. m. till 6 p. m. and caught SUN., MON., TUES. +- 'JUNE 16, 17, 18

.' .Motelm6tca] fancy. -:
-: sigTis ;;e tltchas;: ,monograms( Mr. and Mrs Prevatt, Si- visits to the Halford Gainesville. On Sunday, Mrs. back home, as well aa driving Slim's Fish 'nStuffKeystone y

,>9vercastSr: r u>ws c;: on buttons- werein Tallahassee on Sundaj', Mr. and, Mrs. Sullivan and Percy HI were while we trolled. We caught ) reported these :,

.ni Host Complete make butiba'::"iblea.bllnt: and Monday to see Myron 'I IJl' Wright! Jr. and three children. dinner guests of her parentsMr. nearly all ''the fish we caughton catches. Leroy '''Rhoden caught re
8tW.ches.rrNo.:::attachments ', if Sarasota, are visiting Mr. Marshall Strlck- 13 Baas in Hall Lake on a Dal-
'< Shop tor JHoth r-to-Bo : .- admitted to the Bar 6r and Mrs. a double rig which had a
: DcmonM.ra.toR;) "i48.['pr:,, |6 pel. 'Monday, by the Florida- Supreme and Mrs. Al Watson and Mr.. land nt Florahome. Guests of Barracuda "Duster"with about' ton Special. the largest one

JUDY'SMATERNALAriE mo. Call Taa171_ i9t.U.." Court. By peculiar, nd MM. Huntley Redfearn.Mr. the Sullivan Jrs. for this week Ia 6-0 or 8.0 hook with a Bar- weighed 12 1-2 >pounds and the.
Wright is the brother of smallest one weighed 3 pounds.A
: coincidence. Myron Sr. was and next are her cousins. racuda spoon tied behind it. We
Mrs. Wa.tson and Mrs. Red- of couple of boys caught 37 48 tY COLOR by DELUXE t*SEVEN MIS-HAMMER PRODUCTION
and David McLeod caught the yellow
: 100'Park, BU'A! : .30G-6ol5. admitted to practice on Junr, Becky more on Lake.
WESTERN STORE. 10 1933, and Myron Jr. war fearn. St. Augustine. "Duster", than on the red one. Bream in Spring catching, '

,: MOTORCYCLES admitted on June 10, 1968Quite I Mr. and Mrs. Jim and WhartonAnd Laurie Don't forget the day of tribute One time when they were not Many people Lake.are Amongthem WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, JUNE ,,19, 20
children Kathy Bas in Orange
fel- biting, we added a piece of cut
\ ., to a
,. anlce,35tluanniversary.
: very )Important
4 Hudsonof
Monday Alfred
\' ; : returned home low-"Da.d. June bait to our spoon (from it In Uncle
'rltmff'S for the senior Mr Prevatt! This Sunday
after vacationing in Atlantaand Gainesville, who 8""L in HUNTER'S pnxhKtio.
trash fish) and caught several ROSALIND RUSSELL
( Mr. and Mrs. Whitey Hay- Ifl. Is Father's Day. we ElMs and \
; Gatllnburg Tenn. Specialfeatures Johnny and Buddy
returned home this week said about mothers if you nice fish. Friday when we
: Western Store nes of the trip includeda caught' 4. Three of 'em weighed to
.I .,._ after attendinggraduation are blessed to have your dad headed homeward, we had our SlIJLIEEt ) \ ) ,
that's not monsters -
: YAMAHA TRIUMPH day's visit at Six Flags Over this ice box solid with fish and a 12 pounds, ,". i,
Western Clothing.\ .,Leather-' ceremonies at Georgia Tech'They still with you find a way but it Is nice fish. You .. A
60co To 630oo ::: Georgia a recreational park little Ice to keep them The i.
went to their. former Sunday to show him your ap- )
Saint Part Service goods,,;SadOJoa ;,and?;Trailers see and sightseeing at the well- Mar-keral were supposed to bf'runnlnR' fishermen! might ought to IaCTURETLCMN'OOLOR.
and If
Used. Motorcycles In Stock Charles &: Sharon Petty neighbor, Jerry Widegren ,re- known Gatllnburg Ski Lodge. preciation and but they're late get.tl check' into this. .
R cefve his degree from the not take a moment for remembrance -
4228 U. 8. I A
PhlUlpA Ilwy 802 S. Edgcwond -384-1210 Miss Lynn Granite of Jacksonville -. School of Mechanical Engine. and a prayer of
'.: Jacksonville 859-7245 .- --- left Monday after a 'them. We had a great tlmd are doing 'pretty good all a- ,
Following the gradua. thankfulness for what he did
--- erlng. week's visit with her grand- I anyway and maybe we'll hit round. Let's get out this ,week ,

--.; ') rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. [Continued on Page Four] I them right next time. Now let's, and see If we can't catch us ar14'IrCP"l

.. ''Bol Henderson. Her brothers!

.- Mr. Dlnklns. arrived on the '

,.... I same day for a visit. I I !' I 301 DriveInSHOW

.- J" ., .. -', r..............,.......1.1T'HERESSAI ,,

Happy Mothers Day I
.. Happy Fathers -. By Dorothy Mills : qp I ADMISSION.. : .Adults 75e, Student flOe
Day ,
.. '.' Phone 473-4518 ,- :- Children! Under 12 Free
.. !

.-. Happy Wedding Day .. '.. r.T........... ....yy. I, THURS., FRI., SAT. JUNE 13, 14, 15


..:. Happy Graduation; Day. .. :'., Morning Sunday Worship School, 10 11 a.a. m.m,; II I II '

.. Training Union, 6:30: p. m.; .
.. HappyAnniversary K.I Evening Worship 7:15: p. m. AI I rNLaRJrrl 1WAtr DiSfJa'

Wednesday evening Prayer, I

: Happy Birthday / I Service, 7:30: p. m., with choir .
.. ,
.. -
.. practice following. I : _1fS
Happv Vacation Bible School
Annual Vacation Bible
.. I School will open at Hope I
.. Church on Monday June 24, :
... for one week. The school will

.4 be held during the evening L
hours from 6:30 to 9 I
-n : p. m.
.. '.owls.. e )j Community HouseCommunity '
residents of all
-= PLUS -
... ages are Invited to participate'!

in the recreation period every I I''

!.... x Monday evening beginning at'' Nature's HapPY-O =/.ucky Clown! >?{

7::30 at the Theressa Community '

a a'i House.
1 : : I Softball Team I :

...... : t Kept inactive last week by t L1'

.. ''. I Abby's rains, the Triest team'

i" ., 40- ; met Noegel's last night and I TECHNICOLOR oMCMUUW HDKyl>,ii>dwUonsjSjfSJJfl'3UN. : '
_. will play Garden Restaurant'

I ..! n .r this evening at West Side

Park in Stnrke. Game time Is ., MON TUES WED JUNE 16, 17, 18, 19
/ l let lost cash
..-.. 7:30.Congratulations: :i I Why shatter your" vacation ? Double Feature Program

.... r Breeden Congratulations', Linda to Crawford.Charles 1 Carry "the'safe money" k ar ,

Plenn Onann.;'Edward: Loper, WLijtD1snyL

Electrical Gifts Michael'Newsome, Matthew American Express Travelers Cheques'

Padeham, and Susan Taylor
. community residents who 'if you carry wads of cash on a vacation it could mean trouble. Lost j lllff.,

. have the to : graduated with class of '68 or stolen cash could ruin your trip. The answer? American Express
:. power : at Bradford High School. Best Travelers Cheques. The safe travel money. If they're lost or stolen,

. wishes to-$R' of them for suc- you get a prompt refund and your"vacation .. ...
357- Practical preferred and appreciated for lasting'; pleasure. CeM'and happiness In the goes merrily on. Next trip carry the safa I "=.:.::1.L.r,;;..... _'

: A constant reminder of your thought.ulness. )future., money that's spendable everywhere and M--'" __
PERSONALS costs only a pinny a dollar. II '. ____'.'. ".i I Ix T :
: : II M t A T a t
.. (And there's always plenty of low-cost Sunshine Service electricity to run them I) Mr and -Mr. P. C. Mabry'' I

Pick up a free folder at your favorite store. It suggests giffor attended Homecoming at Bu- .. s..w..e................ S..

: every occasion and you can select something nice at any price ford Grove- Baptist( Church
. 'Milliard! -where- Rev. Sam I DA p- PLUS -

. .- Stewart 14"pastor.Rev.. Stewart -
.. I' "Asked''the Matorys to con- .. THE SHIAG&y RULER

:: ; THERE'S FLAME LESS NO-MATCH ELECTRIC FOR hi febmconeyou aspeClal"Hcl/JPICby-( \ / rove vey'"hW' his greetings many friends'and. blessIngs'to here- I 'r ,"If l f'-K'{ :lflf' ';S'tA'' ': I rK E .J f I ;. WALT DISNEY'S I TRUE LIFE ADVENTURECQUMTRY

i :t7.it's cheaper tool ,// coming/ > up soon.. especially Rev.Merle Pack- BEAR
ham -of Hope Church. and [
Member Federal
Deposit Insurance
family: On Sunday afternoonand Corp.

11.t;14 ..IMU, ..n.. (I4O IIRt'AI .e.A.f.q.ryg evening'Mr. and Mrs.\ Mal I One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group TECHNICOLOR* b khuri: h MM not ..*KM"Mutton,*
I-- H
: t bry nad' as Quests for eWi1U.: i

'mln,; boating (And art outdoor!It
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II'OII1''VVVlUI'IIL'IfIItJtPN.. WYAet6OL PlnllIIJ[ t'l1tCTmN' '- SSE!: e'
mino, ,' 'JUNE-I8 meg 1IIII&! .
-"IIflMDAY ;
,_ -'
- .. _M ''' 'u '- .. _.. ..
r...vy.mtww..wtww.nLAWTEY and friends here. Jacksonville' and Mr. and FIRST BAPTIST (CHURCH

,,Lye Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch Mrs.. Frank Starling. of White- STARKE
"aye" Sunday Sunday School
and son of Black Mountain house.
for N. C. were visiting Mrs., Joyce Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Harley 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship
.Fetch, Miss Elizabeth Terry Jr> and David attended the blessed to give than to receive.

By BDZ: BUunch. < and other relatives during the Rosier family' reunion at at lit sermon, "It to more

ilia,, .u week. .* ; ., Strickland's Landing onKln'nley Training Union, 8:18: p. m
Evening Worship\ 7:30: ; sermon -
i Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Priest Lake last Sunday. .
uld, CORRECTIONIt and Lamar spent Sunday With :;.' the rivers of water.
was not Rev. Er. Mr. and Mrs.John Morris InlIlnesvlIle of\t.aIreland: visited his parents Choir -

IGh nkl who has ,'been 'preaching Oat Lamar remain ,,' Mr. and .Mrs. Joe Starting Monday. 7 -'m.WednesdaySwtday Youth. practice

here that passed away but ed for ./longer visit. over the weekend. p. Schoolteachers

in't his father' whet lived'In Vir- Mrs. -R. & Lee attended >'Mr8 Harley Herring of Norfolk and offhere meeting; ---- -
ginia. Postmaster's-training in''Jacksonville 'Va. are visiting her covered dish Family Night\


''er; Orace Methodists Sunday week. D., Dobbs. and their uncle and Meeting, 7:30.:: Adult Choir Sunday-9:41: ,a/ m. Sunday:CHURIOH CHURCH CHURCH CHURCH
School 9:45: ; Worship t 11 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whaley aunt! Mr. and Mrs. Willie ?
a. ;
m. 8:30.( Mom1ncWor.hip.
: 11:00 m. Sunday
practice School. : a. Schedule of services: -
School 10 m. ..
Sunday s. School 10 I m
Choir practice on Wednesday and children of Jacksonville Dobbs and family. Mrs. Dobbs -W. A. Hogan pastor Schedule of services: Sunday Sunday
8:00.p.: m. Training School 9:45: a. m.l Morning :
me | Morning Worship. 11 a. u. Morning Worship 11 a. DI.;
evening 7:30.: Mrs. Maine Oriffis and Mrs. brother)' J. L. Mitchell was a School ,10 a.m. Worship, 11aim :
Union. 7:00: p. m. Evening Worship 10:45: a. nt. .'
Ai '
visited and 7 p. m.-.Rev. .Leland ) Wofshlp 8 '
and Bvenlng
First -Grtffis, their children Sunday dinner guest p.m.
Baptist SundaySchool Virgil -an:!: FIRST METHODIST and' 7:80: p.m. Training
die and Worship. Training Union. 6:45: p. m. baker, pastor. '' Meeting' : "Wednesday
9:45: a. m.; Worship 11 of Palatka were ''Visiting -his brother-in-law STARKE 6:30 Rev Jack Prayer'
CHURCH, Wednesday ,-' 7'JO: Prayer .Union p.nu '
and Mrs. Milo Evening Service 7:45.: MidWeek Thursday V1.1taUon. 10 8 I p. tn. Sing earl Friday at 8
a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Training Mrs. Nell Wilkinson, Mrs. sister; Mr. Sunday Church School, Services. 1st and 3rd Wednesnlght Stolte pastor.KINGSLEY -
but Union 6:30: p. m. Midweek Bock and Lynn over-the week- Smith and family In the 9:45: a. m.; Morning Worship -7:00: p. m. Family ,Prayer 7:45 Service Wedneaday a. m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Rev. Harley Lane per

services Wednesday 7:30: p. m. end.Mrs. afternoon 11:00: a. m.; MYF Activities, Night LAKE : p. n tor.
ver Church of God Sunday Stella Wllkerson is Vernon Duck who has been 6:30 p m.; MYF 'Meetings BAPTIST CHURCH SMYRNA NEW RIVER BAPTIST
School 10( a. m., Worship 11 spending some time with her stationed aboard the Winnebago' Worship, CI1VUCI1 ;"{ I MISSIONARY CALVARY BAPTIST" :
Ish spending 7:00: p. m.; Sunday School a49: .a. m BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School to>> a. m.
a. m. and 7:30: p.'m., YPE children in Jacksonville' In Honolulu. Is 8:00 m.Monday. 11D iCbW'7 10 : p. .11 ScI ooi 10
Morning Worship a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sunday\ a. m.
and leave with his parenbe'Mr1 6y.. W. Pratt St. Sunday
Wednesday 7:30: m. Mrs. 0.-J. Phillips a 30-day Wesleyan
p. MYF .
school 10
s m.
Union 6:15
Training m Union.
: p. Training 7 p. m. Eve- Morning Worship. 11 'a. n.Ttalnlrg
Highland Baptist -: Sunday : Danny were Sunday visitorsof and Mrs. T. V.Duck. Lake Louise, services: Sunday: School. 10
..to Sub-District Morning Worship-11 a. m Evening Service 7:30 p. m. ning Worship S p. m. Union 8SO: p. ...
.and Mrs. Leslie Phlllipe Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Nor- a. m. Preaching 11 a. m
School 9:45
: a. m., Worship 11 Mr
5 Union 8:30
p. m. Training : p. m. Midweek Service
a. m. and 8 p. m., .Choir prac- and aons lit Jacksonville. man and children of Green Wednesday Covered Dish Evening Worship 1:15: Wednesday 7:30 Prayer: p. n. Come Training Union! 8:45 p. m. Wednesday night service, Evening Service.' 7:30.: *ray t

tice 7 p. m. Prayer services 8 Spending the weekend with 'Cove Springs are visiting her Supper honoring the new Pas let us worship together. Rev. Evening Worship, 7 p. m. 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome.i. 'Meeting' Wednesday' d i-.av:
Eunice Parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed p.m.Wednesday L. Parker pastor p. m.- ev. ft. X. Button:
p. m. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs."J'HI tor. 7:00( p. m. Night Player Allen Price, pastor. Everyone welcome .--; ElderA. I paator.: ,
- Sympathy is extended to and family were their son-in- .. Chancel Choir ,
.MaY.Mr. Thursday Services 7:30: p. m. Rev. Q. Flynn paeb
. and and Mm W. F. Moore FINE
the family of Mrs. Sanches law and daughter, Mr. Rehearsal. Merle Packham. pastor. LEVEL BAPTIST "

t Estrada who passed away in Mrs. P. L. Barry and children and Mickey were visiting Mr. : Sunday Scnool. It a. m FIRST PRESBYTEIUAIt: : : Bible Study !toH. HEttBRONN; BAPTIST r
In CHURCh 16
. Bradford County Hospital in and their son Jimmie Eunice and Mrs. W. J. Thomas Christ Of N.
Services Held Church Or ream I Morning Wtarghlp 11 a. m m.i: Morning Worship. and
Starke on Monday, 'June 10. all of Atlanta Oa. Live Oak on Sunday. Latter-day Saints Sunday School 0:45 s. art
- of Pre-Servtoea' Booster Band* Communion Service 11 A. m. Sunday School 9:45a.: mR
The weather made it impos- Friends! of Mrs. F M. Star 'Mrs. Georgia For Mrs. SimpsonIn [418 East Call St] Young People and Pray Morning: Worship 11 a. m.' Morning Worship 11. Training
sible for the Girt Scout Troopto ling will regret: to hear that Jacksonville is spending the Services: I Evening services 6:00.Wednesday : '
St. Mark's' Service 6 p. m. Evening ,Youth Fellowship A p. m. Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Ser
have their camp-out last she Is seriously 111 In Bradford week with Mr and Mrs. Roy Priesthood 8:48: : Sunday << Worship service -
; I vice. 7:30.: Midweek Prayer
Car- Worship 7 ... Midweek I Choir Practice Wednesday
- Friday and it was postponedto ,I County Hospital. Qrlffls and family. Miss Mrs. Isabel Fernandez Simpson School 10:00.: Sacrament i m. I 7 p. m. Minister Jaak p. Service 7:30: -Rev. L. Tommy
of Mr. Taggart of Doctor's Inlet aervioe. Wednesday. 1:30 18 p.m.
a later date. Weekend visitors olyn' 61 died Friday. June 11:00.: : p. t Bell. Howe pastor. .
Mrs. Mary Ann. Robertson and Mrs. E. J. Cauley were was visiting them on Satur- I 7, In Bradford County Hospital Branch President m. E. R. Bowers, D. D. pastor... Eev. Robert D. Burch

of Tampa is visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starling day.Mr. after an extended illness. Dean Hansen M4-6373.
I and Mrs. Charles Woy
Mrs. Simpson was on
- children of Jacksonville: BETDUHX BAPTIST CHUBCP
March 8, 1907( In Starke
were Wednesday night dinner of th late Richardand Bunchy School. !' .. m
daughter *
guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. E.(] Eva M. Fernandez. She Morning Worship 11 *. B An investment ln\Your\ Future

Pearson. '' was 4 teacher in the Bradford' I Evening Worship Tso: p. m

EVIVALStarting Leroy Hinote of Sebring O.was J. County High School and received Prayer Meeting' 7:30: p. inWednesday.
visiting his aunt Mrs. the 1988 Good Citizen-
.-Rev. J. C. Hes
Phillips, and Danny on Mon- ship award presented by the tore pastor 111111 U.lel

day afternoon.Mr. Starke-Bradford County Chamber ,
41NaaaMsmlaMrAatsMlr .
I and Mrs. Ronny McClel- t Commerce for her out- ,

lan were and visiting sons Mr.of Sylvania and Mrs.Oa.L. standing Surviving work is her with students..husband School Sunday 9:43: Services a. m. : Morning Sunday {rq:::;:: }:::; -::*-:SS:::::: ;:-;;;:::;: : :;:::1.:: F::*_ tfch:::::::: :: MAMfilihfc: :::::::: :-:;:* fri: :i:..::. .. :: ::::;::;:::* :::::*;:;::,.;:::: :: ;*Nr::; ::;:;: ::'::::;: :::4:;:;

r1y M. McClellan over the week- John, P. Simpson Sr., of Worship. 10:43: a. m. Evening f.: ,"..'/. :, ,\ im. :r I. :::::
end. I Rtarke; a. step-son, John P. 1' :# .l :
AT Service, 6:30: p. m. Midweek :; ; :. ; : :,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmark Simpson Jr., :Lynchburg. Va.; '
Service. Wednesday. 7:15 \
: p. ;
and' family of Miami spent two nieces Mrs. Fay Schoene- ..jj1j.; : ii1
Charles minister.
the weekend with his mother mann Madison' Wl., and 'Mrs. m. Reese ;..
LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH and other AlIce West San Francisco :!:; '.' : t'! I"<' ;:i::
Mrs; Lois Carter, I Mary FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD :.:.IIt. ..;ij ....J>. .. t .
.... '." relatives.Mr. Calif. She was a mem- OP STARKE : "W"" :i' ,,:::
and Mrs Pierce Crews I ber of St. Mark's Episcopal! West Weldon st.. and 111- :::;::'"I:Ii' ir; .t't" J .',c ::::
exercisesof Church r.'ri : :
Services, Start, 7:30: P. M. attended Forest High graduation School in the Funeral service were held lord Road., ::; '{ i HI. "..:!./! ';::$! .
Coliseum last at 3 p. m. Sunday! In st.Mark's Sundar School: lo-.oo:()( a. m. $;::'\<: ". ::;;
....VV. with Rev. J. 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship:
was Church I
tA .31' Saturday. Their grandson officiating.- 8:00: p. m. C. A. Services; 7:00: ,

0... BROOKS: EVANGELISTSpecial one of the graduates. On Thomas Staalb Lake ; p. m. Evangelistic Services.Wednesday .'
visited the D. L. terment was In
', Sunday they DeWitt C. JonesIn : 7:30 p.m. MidWeek -
'h. Y.$ Cemetery with

> ..;..=-- tJ..I.. Shaws'Visiting near Mrs.LaCrosse.Ernest Wells charge of arrangements.In Pastor Prayer: Lester Meeting.F. Richardson. I' ________________________1
the family

: .Singing Nightly last Mrs.. ; week J. L. were Roberts her of sister West, wish requested lieu may of that flowers contribute friends to who the .

Palm Beach: her son and College NORTHSIDE BAPTIST
Isabel F. Simpson _
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.E. Located on En atlgh. ,
i Textbook Loan Fund In care : i< t1 '
EVERYONE WELCOME B. Wells of Huntsvllle. Ala., of Bradford County High i war: (SR 2251 at Ralfor l Ro W I :
... and another sister,,Mrs. T. S. School. fSR[ 181. Services'ttund}

1 ailchrist and son Nell and School: .0.. m. Sundae I I

Rev..W.. B. Mercer. Pastor his family of Brunswick. Ga. Miles Warren Morning: Worship 11 a. m I t

1//,': on Sunday. They all attendedthe Training Union. '::30) p. m ,

I '. ... annual Biggs family reunion Services HeldIn Evening Service, 7:30. MidWeek I # #
.. at the home of Mrs.
Prayer Service Wednesday
: -
L.J St. 7:30.: -Rev. Glenn Law- I :;;:: 1"r" '::
=: .
: : ) ':':'
Warren 88. died hon pastor. I'D':::: ;10
Mlle Tom] I : : :;:

- .. .. native of Madison County BAPTIST CHURCH i, ;: : :
. .. .
> Mr. Warren had resided in st. Sunday School. 10 a. m.;, 1ii 11 hand 'lead me and thy tight' hand shall hold me" lOUt: r 1 1

Augustine for the past four Morning Worship :::::: Tti.hunk. b Wi owwiH.. ,..) ifwty hi IMi ii::;:;:
NEWEST MI'LL years. He was a retired main- a. m.i; Training Union. 6101 :::: Psalm 139.9. 10. wed t r.ipiMdliM Hn.........,.rf Hk Im 1 :::;:

tenance foreman having been p. m.; Evening Worship. 7:30'(), ::1:>:'; What a wonderful promise. No matter where we go 3] bfiiHiiiiMrfllUfcnHMhtiMiinmpMMto "- 1d

employed by the State Road I p. m. 1 rr: ::}. or what we do God is willing to lead us and f I. there to I Hint 10..IT Mff' W"" Department In Starke for 30 Prayer Meeting Wed., 7:30: )[ ::;::? art Nernli. IN 1m of tae. ..._ ::::

AND GREAT ENTERTAINMENTGRAND years before Ala retirement.' P. m.j; O. .Meeting.; Wed< .. :::: : help us. tr .Ii, If wr" W If* win .."| : ;

I! I He was a member of the. First 7:30: () p. m.; Choir Rehearsal %:':i I Another comforting scripture. recalling Cod's love I pnmn"d. AN .......,alt *. IwM. ::::
Baptist Church of Starke. Wed.. 7:30: p,' m.; Brother :}:r} e..r day ...vll..l, ')orItL 1110,.,.,., IVIft :?::::$:
II I I II I Funeral services were held hood meeting, last MondayIn r,:;:4;: toward us Is this How precious also arc thy ,thoughts "tram i Mid"*, print rf.Iow.! m ikwM. support :}::?::#:

-I at 10 a. m. Saturday in the each month. Rev.: David :f i 1: unfa me 0 God! How great I b the sum of f 'them! ''II I ,,1100 Chunk(w Itw..*.d Hn..I....rf w... :m
of Funeral HomeIn :;.::: ...... {
chapel Craig IOIf ed fill IrNM 1 Mrane Mwr, ::
with burial Medelros. utwtor.ciiuncir .::;::: should count them, they' art men In number than'' 'the 1:::::r:
St. Augustine "'tir fHH *o M ifMd m4 yoiMdpott InHw
OPENING In Evergreen Cemetery. OF'GOD y:}+|:: land." Psalm 13947.18.. 1 Onmk. .. tam R nlh IN Iratk <.... :If:=

1 Surviving' Warren are, his and wife.a daughter Mrs.- 422 N:St. Clair St.. Starke. ;1i! It Is comforting and pleasant to let our thought wing.upward .-'.(ft,MHI orf..4nH. "mn Hw Intk Nannie ::::: lIoN will tin/ h.. Rut dIN olM. :::
Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship Ht / to M e ;::
Mrs Howard A. Key. (both, r m to verses like.. these, f
Services. 11am. and i:
... . .- .. of St. Augustine; a son. JamesP. 7:30() p.< m. Prayer Meeting :1 "'We invite you I to read your Bible and attend church 1 ..
\ '- ... Warren, Orlando; a brother, I H
Friday 7:30jp: m.-Rev. L. S. r
Albert Warren Hastings; three ?i11: this.week.
r Williams pastor.BOATDRAIN Ce/oIOato/ u......
grandchildren .. _... .,... .
greatgrandchildren.Ruth BAPTIST t:.::: :::: :,;m:?:' ::;;mt"xmm:::: :: :: rlx: rvfrriryr:4: {}; r.yrrrrr:.:.virri: N.w.::.;hs:! .,;- ;::,;':+:!::ID-Jm;; : ;;:::::?: ;;:,:::mx:: ::;::;: ;":;;u7nr;::, :: :.

! I i iI. i .ti. : ;\ :- 'Enjoy. the Music of DOT Barthlow.ln Mlddleburgorf !Morning CHURCH Sunday,School STARKE Worship 10 11 a. a. m'm Tw..Fe ture Published in the ,Interest' of, Better: Community- by the Follow

."' Sunday.'Others! from
I 4 .' p 'Joe Dorko Training Union 7 p. m. Evening last Civic-Minded Businei Firm
Mrs and Mrs.
le7a1 1; ", k. and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Worship. 8 p. m. Prayer

and family. About 'l5'' .Meeting Wednesday 8. p m.- FAULKNER STARKE BUILDERS
{ Edwards Grocery &
Rev. Virgil Lovett.*pastor.
!f JIMMY'S.TRI.CJLAND family connections
f r1. ,
,, C.
With Mr. and Mrs. H.
; 1 : and his band-featuring Harley on Sunday were aU of BAPTIST. CHURCH 23 U-HAUL RENTALS '' *
Sunday June Sunday Groceries Meat .ntes
and .
Immediate family, Cocnplata p
their eppu.a
School 9:46. .
>" : a. m. Morning .
; r
..' members of f Mrs.. Harley's //r. QUI'a au sad sporting! Sale
'j Worship ::11 a. m. Youth Choir t !
the little I of
big voice" attending in- Truck Trailer '
l ., t. : family.' Those Practice, 4:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship I : :. 984:531x! I .CUI R WITH c. Fotarr*
.,. cluded Mr. and Mrs. A. Q Supper 5:45: p. m. Starke, Fla.

.rt GAIL SHANNON Smith and children of Jacksonville Training: Union, 6:15.: WMU''' Complete Lubrication -.-. .' ai. Washlagtea, fli. M4-B27I
'and Mrs. Clyde ,
Prayer Circle, 7:15.: Evening, u
t \ Starling 'and-'aon Leroy. and Worship, 7:30.: ( I I '{\ :
.. Lawson Meat Market
-- his family: of"Avon Park; Mr. Wed., June 26 Prayer,! Minor Tune-ups i

19 SEE ONE OF AMERICA'S' :< and Mrs. Freeman Starling Meeting 7:30: ( p. *m. Business ,, AND COLD STORAGE
1 of Jacksonville r '
and Drew Starling Meeting 8. Church Choir Practice I *
Ph. 96
RIch- 709 S. Walnut OF STARKE INC. W. Hp cUUz. |n Custom 1Uaqta.
MODERN ; Mr. and Mrs. 8:3(). ,
MOST ,MILLS." ) t Mrs. Edwin Pad- I ."" .p Wrappblc'-
.. ard Chesser, ; "c. ""e'serll
.. r,<< f '\ gett, Mrs. Elvle Reddish and DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH I U.S. 391 NORTH .-.-

FREE BARBECUE1, ; ; : ; ". : Ri Bean ndy Harley.Sikes of St. Augustine BROOKER Sunday School. 10... m.Morning .1'I' DOYLE CONNER Ph. 964-7600 Starke, Fla. rnomoX : tM-706t

; 11
Worship a. m.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
I .
".! t ;lt1I17' Training Union. 6:30:
''''/}' '(' Prevatt and family last Sat- p. in. Insurance Agency -
I t4 Evening service '::30. Rev.
'ft.i- -
CHICKENLUNCH:- 'to. .,., i urday. On Sunday the Pre- Lacy COnway pastor. I BRADFORD COUNTY L FLORIDA

'' 'tt-' I.'tt ........... -# vatta visited Mr. and Mrs. I 8-A-V-B

, .. .. ., ,,-.---- .:, Noah Yarbrought In Jackson- RAIFORD BAPTISTS II TELEGRAPH
With Your Mutual :Agent .,
First Baptist Church of I

.. ; store for SERVICES MONDAYFOR RaLford/ will have Its annual 222 N. Temple Ph. 964-7369 Phone 961-6305
.. Hurry fop ab-y -o ur your MRS. GRIFFIS Homecoming on Sunday June I "V' VfoHTBOlX

.. Funeral services for Mrs. 0> Lunch will be served at 1 ,
FREE TNJKJET. (Lunch tickets must be obtained In advance.) Lucille Oriffts wife of DaveB. p. m. Everyone is Invited.ST. I J'' / Prlntlnff-; Office Supplies j aMtutt3.

Orlffls. of Maxvllle were '1 Charley E. John .,
held at 2 p. m. Monday In the MARK'S I .

BRAPFQRD FEED Inc. Maxvllle Baptist Church with EPISCOPAL CHURCH 539 E. Call St. Starke. Fla.

I Rev. W. O.< Mathis officiating. Holy, Eucharist: : 2nd 4th Agency0ENERAI Phone 964.5745 ,for, FREE
Interment was In Long Branch and :3th Sundays 8 a. m. BRADFORDABSTRACT
EDWARDS ROAD PHONE 961-r2J5 Cemetery. Church School-, Each Sunday -I CN8VRANGBHakotly Inspections & Estimates

r Besides her husband she Is 9:45! a. m. I Bat Nobody OadeneUi Company Hurst Shell Senrice"
r survived by a daughter, Mrs. Holy Eucharist 1st and
Sulynn Jeffers and..her moth- 3rd Sundays Morning.Pray1 Chatty .. Jonas JL|.no} '. ,158.W..CALf. BT. CARL HURST

(I .""Jri. Bell OLddena. both of .r. 2nd and 4th Sundays: Lit 11",.. :301, A .100 .Ph..IUUI
e 1 e Maxvllle; six brothers, and any and Ante-Communion. 5th: 1S1 8. walnut Ph. e4-fi070 Starke, Fla. Ph. 9G1.6S81 tip 'S;; Walaot, et.rre!

r one grandchild ___ Sunday:J4ir..; m.' _, .

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'l'lt1'M.Fo1'P BRADFORD COtrN'I'Y TFLFGRAPT1, srARKE. FLOnmJl T11U1tSDA4. JITI\I'B\ 13. 19S1

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k; THERESSA ..C'.t! : =. tlW' '1 **=*iir (vfiufl-a-i i Wlltf''V-T Tin.M p
: SA VE l&fefcHere's 9
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t'fcontlnued'' ;,Xfrom Paw Two I ? how ;you build your se! + 1

for START TODAY!! r 0"0"0'0"0"0'
you and. loeant to :you. 0'e

.Mr. and Mr. Percy Sullivan I, : I e
1 PIECE only 29e' "
."iS SrCr
()t Palatka visited his, !parents i SAVE 20Cten"

Mr. and Mrs.: Cleveland I -s 2 PIECES only 58e< with a )piuchMe* polm dt
Sullivan and their son, Percy t:::::- 01 f I or moi Thimte-Tantp 'IniulitaoT *

:Jr. and family, on Saturday.A %
Reminder. PIECES only 7c with I purchattof Seal-Tito TUMBLER LIDS'
f I or more
(' .r 4)
t\\L.. Another: day to remember ": ..... ...
nt.1I .B90
;'tomorrow" June 14, Flag Day 4 PIECES only $1JS ottiltuormenrc / 1 L.. >r x i With.r. coupon ..........w.

,- a chance to "show your a' I c x'elS': -e Coupon 4p.o4Thw luna 19th
colors." U I S PIECES only $J.fl5' l 3nl it Ilene a errant
Fly your flag you a TOtt'SB: I
"have one around the house. Fl, hi I = _

If ;you haven't.. .wl. AND MORE Continue amounts- above listing to --

,good,day to reflect on ,the fact. : match your purchase .-. there is no limit. a _

that. although. a lot of talk $ THIS COUPON
''lias; been going around lately + .r w41+ a WORTH

;about our country being Op STOP

;Blck*. and while there maybe ::F1 1 1 0 A .1 6 ?.1.1LrGlpurtleallTe.ra.Tesp

; a lot wrong with it, It's ,r .: Tumbler Caddy

still the beat place you can QUANTITY RIGHTS*RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU' JUNE Rpg retail .U 99Vfri

li' iflnd.!,Think to live In this old world. :)J .. :.J a. MINN.Dim* aTORC*, INC.-COFvmaHT-! 16'h, S _. ; 1 coupon ......11,49
I About It f# Caddy foltfs far
$: From the book The; :lastTaUyho' ;;':_,':.r-I': !'.' w". 4' U ilir.sit Hit'oPd Coupon Ooorf Thru June) 1 9th.Oli.
tff T .. 'to ,ppp,4pspsp.pa
:; by Richard Newhajfr : .5 -5 'l
.1M.t -- ---
;;, : "Wc.are; not measured ; :" :t:= ----
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,. 1'iiM
;by the trials that we meet .. .:: ....,,'
;only. bY'those we overcome." f W ''':

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/e.Tbe .:c....... C..rt Of Tb I:;:y.:; 9 r .
1. BBXh Jadlelal. Court. ef Kl.rl.la. i .. DEEP SOUTH _rI' ,
!. JM4 KM Uraavoril. Cosily.u .
", No.taiivKdward l A
: H. Crews, Plaintiff. I 1 4 r
I"a( JBvelyn H. Crew. Defendant. I r MAYONIAISEo .49,
V), TO: Evelyn H. Cr..... ;,'-.'- "' y . .
N.IP] O. Box 1&1 c.. WHITE d BLUE AOOOW .
( Wide. North Carolina S8385 .
V.Tou are hereby notified that :
yam action ,,for divorce baa been :
ruled aitalnat you 'and you .re.xequtred DETERGENT..49.
% to serve a copy of :your r'
.written defeneea, If any to It
i ies RuKene' I.F'w Shaw. Attorney: 1 ? :- ,
;for I address I is r

,142:3>Florida--Wot,, and Call file Street.the original Stark, PEANUT
,with the-._ Clerk of the above F BUTTER. '

,..atjrlad,. 1X8 Ceurt>. otherwise on .or a before Judgment June t tE / t 79

>may be entered against you for .
Jumbo "
,;the relief demanded In the Com 45 '' 11 i OALA
.plalnt or Petition. E ri III '
WItnew my band and the aeal .
,of aald, .,Court on ISth. : May. : PAPER TOWELS
1918. 117
.< Charles, A. Darby r. I 0 L .
F A* Clerk-. Of Bald Court '' +, -1 r '10h ot. THRIFTY MAID BEAN, TOMATO, CHICKEN & NOODLE, MUSHROOM, VEGETABLE & ._ _
'Cy2a 4t i-U -
.' .VA I :

la The..Clreolt. Court: Of The CANNED SOUPS. 9
Kla-bth: Jvdlrlel Clnmtt. Of -
,Florida.. "!... Amd. ,tTtr. JlraeMa** :i "'?lr: :. i ':; 99999
J'% asyi I .t" .
{ )t'
NN'E ,
'... I'll"' :.' CA T .
i Xalbunch. Plaintiff eT i& 'or:r Ha.303 Can THRIFTY MAID GREEN
v....Jamil.' M. Kalbuneh'. Defend EK.. DIIINKS./.10/79* CHICKEN.. ;; ,

d:: 'NOT1CK: OF1 SUIT: >ItL''I'O ,?Ai4 dHRIFTY MAIl .....eia.ete*..t.**>,89 l E L1 d vl 9......e.. ...e.,,4/l. LIMA BEANS.5/I.
J, : *)tmll lo(. KaJbunebif. .' 3-Ph.
O. -Boa D041 N .I&.oz. DEL MONTE Na 303 Can DEL MONTE CREAM STYLE" .%.3'

\l I.;. Unlveratay Knoxvllle.Of, TenneaaeeYou Tenneaaeer : ACRES ::.............3/89 CRACKER ','JACKS..19\ PINEAPPLE JUiCE.. 4/$1. W.K. .

Are Hereby Notified that 31Hb. 1tfiflliGHAM) ( '?. TALL CARNATION .. CORN/.e/.5/$. .
an action for divorce baa been 12.001. THRIFTY MAID
filed aflralnat you _.and you are < No. 303 Can GREEN GIANTt
required'to serve a copy of your' CHICKEN 79 lILK..7/$1.
''Mmtton defense, If any to itOn toll Pk ... 3/$1. SWEET PEAS 5/
.. ARROW %
Eugene i\ 8haw 'Attorney No. 303 UBBY5 REGULAR 4 tOW CALORIE. ?
tor Plaintiff, whoae address 1 la 14o K Can VAN CAMP No. 2'h' Con THRIFTY MAID

'iw.lth 41.Klorlda frtjled": West the Court, :and'Clerk Call on lie Street of,or!, the the before original St.above July rice] RA-ioo:! TISSUE.... 19 FRUIT .COCKTAIL. .... 4/I.. VIENNA SAUSAG: /I. PORK: & BEANS./. 5USDA /$' /

":: .
4v 1888 ; oUierwIae a judgment .'=_-. :.;_: ;-
tnay; be entered against. you forth =s! r CHOICE. WD BRAND CORN FED BONELESS ,.. 1 ,
reUef demanded .in'the Corn*
'I'etltloo.r"Wltnesa .
plaint or 1 e
my hand-iaiNl'itliA. :
or said Court on June (. IMS. DELMONICOS..LL'Yr'/. 4
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BFCharf9d Darbyy'As "
::: kaJ..rd Courts' "
i_ By Beulah Mtilfaqdy i)<.It"<
A* Deputy Clerk 9 STRIP
a/6.atrpe f.tT. .. ._ 'a $17
.on... 1 ;
I' N..1&
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1i.15htb.. ,,Judicial) Clrr.lt Of OR '-'f.'
ft'lurld. !. Aed For Bradford
......". TIP STEAK

t i w Van ISO.C.McCrary... Plaintiff I vaVarkea M : : . . . $1.0g .
'a1. --
,TO: Darken Ann McCrary ROUND ROAST..t
.?.Addr..."- Unknown 9S
You are hereby notified that ,
an action>for divorce. has been 5 i' USDA Choice W-D Brand Cora Fed Child Roast or Chuck, w.D BRAND BEEF PLATE! --: w '
filed against. :you and you are '
re iulred ,* to erve. of S I
> a copy I '
:your written delen....... If any, STEAK 5 STEW
to It on 'Euvene F.. Shaw At. . 1B 4.1
trarney for Plaintiff, whose ad. f '
I. 143 Call ? USDA CHOICE w.D BRAND .
drem West street CORN FED POT .
etarke Florida, and file the or. o 2'h Lb Pte. W BRAND ALL MEAT STEW OK GROUND-
llflna.1' Clerk of the A
..tl'I'Jt'bott on before ROAST.
: or 6it
JUly 10 Sotherwlee; a Judge ,4 . .. awc
rnent may be entered against 0 .t:9'!
:you for the relief demanded IQ W D BRAND BEEF SHORT
the Complaint or Petition. W D BRAND LEAN GROUND (Plot )
Witness my hand and the seal
of aid Court on June 4th. 19UH. RIBS..lB.39
Charles A. Darby BlEEf5 PKG. $1.99
Ai Clerk Of Said Court
By Beulah M Moody
'.;A. Deputy Clerk.
f/g 4t 8,17
:tTNITED STATES DlMtrlctCfourt.
Middle District of FlorIda ,
Jaokaonvllle Vlv""".
United States of America. Plain.
tiff, vi. James P. Parrlah and -
Irene B. Parrlah, his wife d.. t' SHANK
feadanta. Court No. 67-7 l-Clvll. 49
hereby. given that pursuant to a '
Final Decree.. of Koru'loiiureentered LB.
on May 13, 1908 by the
above; entitled Court In the above o ..0
styled cause the undersigned 1
United State Marshal or any : 1IHOLE BUTT
or PORTION lb.
of his duly authorlied deputlea. 5V*
will aell the property eltuate In 1 .... .
Bradford County, Florida de* --- ,. -- ---.-.--., .
arrlbet. :) aa: Lot Seven (7), of --p-
Block Three (3)) SOUTH GATE I I : Ex..R : _ _
HBPLAT. 'according to plat GillEN I I -
i..vhi .
thereof; recorded: : In Plat I :Book \_ -_. : ..;.1( GREEN STAMPS'

3.Brail..pace ford I,?,_ County public: Florida ncoM: o-f atptkbllc I r'L>, a..1!'.'.'SaANq/,;ii. 'i:. .AM'.'' _i.r J Fa+..P..!>."..rrw. a L.so'o'ty...'.. ".rss.r Noat. :K. .: 12+cz Cans ,t
outcry to the highest and eNyiLOINaLI.INYO/ :
I .
bout -bidder for cash between t.;:;! :: (round Beef s : Pork Chopr' ORA'HOE
the hour of 11-00: o'clock a m.r.l1mO I!F..:; ane -YXSY;"JYN. '., : 1C'i; ..oo'! TM"u JuNt I.' : 1 e ',

li \ : .nl;: k Pir"todn: JO July of -.-........ '-'-'-- ... ---... ._ .-; .; "--.'. o

bopae.the Bradford Starke. Florida.County Dated Court! ; -- -.i.iX RJIP.i '
May 14, 1988. John. B. Maculre.8r. : I I : i ; 1 ,, .
j d7( GaEEN I I ,
United Stales MarshaMiddle ./ STAMPS ; GREEN
: District of Florida.. John w+.' w ":d..K-era caww STAMPS w rwa.u.. : .:
W Caven. Assistant United : 1 'iFlO ran. to sent ; ,;;; ;:' 3/$1/ .f
111 reueysLi:; ;: ;;
Stktea Attorney Attorney for : Q **!*?*woo 1.." .. sreN'k' ,.. : "
'". It B SrooN aiavc
IJ !
? ef. Burger* >. Ii '; : ..
baJ _
; 88427 :; ToppingO900 .. '
1 : OOOD THRll JUNC,IS" }. ""'-

Notice. Of, Application For Tax .-. --- .. .......... --." :. .. ..THItU..,,,"',JUNC,--P'i. 18." ...'. :. 1
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.Notice [a Hereby Given, that -i. : ifii l ] '

Mr holder 'of Eugene the. following Bloodworth cVrtlfl-the e 44"'--U--GRE: ave.!.. ; I I -4'( GREENSTAMPS_. .1; iE 1aIdADE..191111111.9 5i.' RED RIPE (- .
certificate '""
cat.: baa filed said ; ,' tt---: :" ) ,
jot .
fqr. a tax. The certificate deed to be numbora leauedtnrnnn. .OU.twmr5e.[,,N aLL. : 'h' .....fI.R.Le.. "A".:HILL "" ," :' (R TEAM"vO .' .... .or-v 1-
ES .
luiiuance, the de.eorlptlon I of Shrfittax Burgers n .... 29' '
and of ...
:yeara ......... W A 0' .
of the property, and 1 '. eaoa THMI <, f ; 2= "' TERMELO N 9'
JUNK :: .
; "
:; OR TI RK $ "
1 : : '
the namea In which it was. aa- .. s, .. i fR Alf'if') jj' '"
Read are ai follow: HrJEK 1 99999'
.. .. 3/$i ,
Certificate. No. e. Year bf laauanoe u..h--.u..u. .. ....... HAMHEADS ;
1988.De.rrlptlon'. M >! TOt1F 7.FNF SAI.XD SIZK; BASKET

R.II.HI.NFJH .o*: NE of<4 Property Seo 31. T-S-S.NEHof f. IEX'1C1R.vs..rw d7( GREENSTA a.w, S'''' i;; I aM.a,7mC7"RI-GREEN STAMPS, i; r.l..o"f!} TAT FN H s..4/I.'CAB DAGle 2/2R TOMATOES eftI.- -L'

m.err 's'ass !
Neme'Jn which aeed C. H..nta. i' Pao 'iv'' II to. : aoAT"! .
.j ; '
: 11'ago'o.ex. CAM Of
:. "of sold 1Ilt'the #0. WII*>10 SOON 1 V
property being n .. IDPlftfl ,
.... '
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'. .o! 'I''
( : f Deodorizers'Ooo ,
Oo'V of Bradford '
I : ,:
"tate"->.of.e :Florida.such rsrllflrnta or -- ::11ewTN5usuNt......'.....--.. ,: _THJIU: JUNC la'' ... : ''E' PR.TA STE BAARo wMiNS3 39 BERRIES 2-7S : .
.. "'-' ""- "" S .'J
eertlfhmte shall ba redeemed .4..........

.according da..<<*,lflrn rlbed,...I In to will inch:law ho certlrlrale the n1d'"property to theItlvheet or --7' ; 1 !!.i :) ; LIME OR ( !) (
I gv. DRiN
oa bidder theflrat at the court Monday houxedonr Ith I la /I orn..ra d7l, GREEN Hiipi STAMPS Mm*vpM m1COCT. fn JM i ........... .........391 :. 3TI.i 1E ACHES 5 lIS $I.\\<

Monthof, July, 1>88fhICh: .1.I .ia ittar.DIXIC ; /6t' ts ex. yAa ottr rll
t.r A-"* nt J"' MOMJ i i 1Jw .ourN.aaw.a5y SlfEL1S..u..3/I. ( '1
Dated this JTJ day of Tee Bflql .i WHITE SEEDLESS

j3OA L1 else........TN.U_ -_JlyAl. f 0 .:I I rPwt a .0000Pretervl.... ,_.._.... f1 : RINCjMJ"UVCtiOTflfiUI} 4 JULICYE JEMOMSC4tV 39* GRAPES L B'' UJ

ford Clerk. r-harlo Co.y.of..Circuit A...,Dafbr,Florldeu6$ Court, of u-_I'ola"1 F ioio.-...... .........I. ........... .............w.................r __ ..\.;.... ... ..._ coz. __ ___ _

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