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 20, 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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Official County Publication Established In 1879 '


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suggestion make Court

Street between Call and Jeff. fi'r""l" '
erson Streets one-way running ?+ tt /, End Seen

south, instead of north, r \, '.

was discussed at length at the ".. 2 New School I Posts t .
city council meeting Tuesday .J'

night, June 18. ;ry ;t4 For ,Dua'Authorized ,

City Surveyor Merrill Mc-
Millan made the suggestion Filled

he said, alter giving the matter Schools./ /
much, thought. McMillan
said the change would alleviate Two positions as assistantsto
the present difficulty of School Supt. Tom Casey Going"f around-and-a-

turning left onto Temple. have been authorized by the round with'two' U. S. De-

Avenue from Jefferson Street Bradford Board of Public In. partment of Health, Education -
where a driver faces. four lanes struction ,' and ''Welfare offici-

of traffic. Connie M. Clark, former als Wednesday,night June ,
The change would not I
'bother courthouse employees Bradford High School principal 19, Supt. Tom Casey and,
and officials who' park on and P. T. NoUn, retired, the Bradford' School Board
,principal of Starke Elemen- off
Court Street, thy. surveyor came after 2 1-2 hoursat
said, : ?they could simply parkin tary School and: present Starke a virtual impasse.
the opposite c'irectlon. city councilman have been Only agreement reached! during -
recommended to the Board to the lengthy McMillan
said the heavy
fill the two new positions nessed by about 40 citizens In
traffic .
on Temple Ave. US-[
3011 makes it very difficultto Supt. Casey indicated Tues- Y sifi e 11. r, the courtroom in the court-
day. Clark worked last school house was that Supt. Casey
Jefferson.go south The on problem Temple is from especially Firemen Receive BPI"Award year with the Polk County u N y i could write the HEW regional
Junior College. office in Atlanta. 'requesting
bad on Sundays when
there is a rush from the First The Bradford. Improvement Program award for The award is presented each month by the Bradford Clark will be recommendedfor that specific areas of non-
the position of assistant .compliance with the 1984. Civ.
Baptist Church on Jefferson the month of June was presented Wednesday, June 19. Chamber rf Commerce to an outstanding participant superintendent in' charge of 11 Rights Act be pointed out In
Street.: The change would also to the Starke Fire Department nIP Chairman Hud in the
by improvement program./ instruction and Nolin for as- writing. The School Board In.
swing allow. drivers from Jefferson to :make and the Mizell. Standing left to right are firemen Bobby The firemen are just completing another paint job sistant superintendent in structed the superintendent to

travel east on Call Street Lewis Harold Glasgow; Chief It. C. (Red) Buford at the station, proving it pays to keep things spic and charge of noninstructionalservices. write the letter. ,
easier receiving the plaque and Eldon Sapp. span. Temple The meeting. 'Wednesdaynight .

Both opponents were approved was held at the request!
No taken -- ---- -- ----
action was Tues -. --
day on the suggestion. Several by the School Board of Robert Alexander, head of
Wednesday night. the Civil Rights oflceof
CouncU'members' ,
think'it a good idea.seemedto Equipment Still No salary has been set as yet Resigns : HEW in AtlantavThe purpose'

In other action at the routine Job 'An icafionsectations the superintendent said, but was SUpposedly'' to ):outline 'I i to .
meeting: that will probably be discussed the local Board,the 'area* of*

-City Clerk Merrill Ed- '.J. .. -. . at the first:opportunity in a'' ,non-compliance*referredta ta., .
_. y. ....,ward, J. "''n ,.tbat..u.-. eSYJu g Q.'j ea !' ti antr'a1+ c4ram+urnr 44ba+r '.; -.. : Boel"jt.IMet< : -BoUty1 men a Feb. 8 letter HEW wrote
have master's degrees. Funds Supt. Casey.
city's propose; ,retirement:
plan :will f be ,resdyto'go' into Safety Exams v r.x for the two'posts will come Bradford High: Principal! Alexander did not show up.

I effect'; July"' 1, Final' Temple] has resignedhis but, Instead sent'two members j
fund.. civiC' i
all changes requestedby position'' here to' take theprlnclpalshlp of his advtsory.staft-on'
Noun is now working for rights Marlon Hazel and
the Council
will be
presen- Auto Inspection equipmentdue \ of Howard Blsh.
the School Board on a day- Charles Black.
,. ted to the CouncU'prior'' to to be shipped from More than 315 'persons garment manufacturing.. ployment in A new apparel In- to-day basis inventorying all op Junior High, School in Hazel a lawyer who has j
that for approval he said. Springfield. Ill. last Friday Chamber .: Novak if should decide to Gainesville.No i
Manager dustry
have submitted Job applications one textbooks in the county during worked with HEW for 3 1-2 \
Edwards also said that only June 14, has not yet left the successor has 'been selected -
says the labor;.availability surlocate in the Starke and .
to work a prospective the summer. In his new years hev said was main I
three per cent of the of Civil Defense Director .
pay factory.
here Cham. vey indicates people are willing Bradford. County area. will also work spokesman
for federal
firemen apparel industry post .NoUn\ .thej |
and t'olkrmen
will be .Frank Williams said he learn and to Temple submitted his re. "
accept em-
withheld] instead of the pre- ed Tuesday C ber of Commerce ManagerPete eager later, as purchasing agent, organize slenatlon. Friday'June 14 to government.' P;: E/Williams, ,
sent five per cent' under the The I,delay will probably Novak reported Wednes- oil 'the school transportation -' .toe effective June 30. A practicing a State Dept.'bf Education of- t
state's retirement plan for throw the Bradford County day, June 19. system work In the Baptist minister, Tem- flclal with HEW's Technical t
those departments auto. safety* 'Inspection station The number far exceeds expectations school commodity and' main- pIe 39. will continue his pre- Assistance Program, also at- .

Bdwards told the Councilhe. even later. than the projecteddate of Chamber and 'y" tenance ;programs. sent duties at the Brooker tended. ,
does hot like the way the of July] 1 in getting into Bradford Development Autht*,." +N te Clark will work toward developing Baptist Church' and will con- Hazel began by commending i
changes utility rates for operation.But orlty officials who sought the an academic programfor tinue to reside' in Brooker. Casey and Board for the man.
customers Is working out. No Williams handling the applications on request of gar- all county schools. He will His son. Jimmy, a high school ner in which the school's free- t
changes were made Tuesday purchase of equipment and ment Industry prospects loc- work with teachers Casey junior will continue to attend dom-of-cholce plan has been
I ated in New York City Dead- 'said. ,The,,,superintendent administered here. .
after a lengthy discussion.It over-seeng its installation, said Bradford High and play foot'b1i -
muchTnore in;:..
-- was agreed to allow he )is working with other coun- line for accepting applications, hopes to do .r.here" ._ But the HEW official said ,
several city employees with ties in an effort to begin operation according to the Chamber is helping] teachers with school planning A big factor' In his decisionto his department and the Brad- ,;
- breaks in servce to count their by the _protected! July] today, June 20 but they were evaluating and carrying take the Gainesville Job. ford Board) are??mt.communi \
total years with the city for 1 date."Under'a new state law still coming in Wednesday.One curriculum. entire Temple said was' the passage cating." 'Ht!?; ,a1d., HEW need*'" .

I retirement credit. each county, was supposed to New York City garment to "througljl gram":mOI'e theyear's\\cioflely with pro.the in Alachua County of. "a..*. 12.5, a plan] ,, fronvJ'thejlocal board I
Two resolutions preparedby have its auto safety inspection industry executive is due school bond Issue. outlining- how the dual school
stations in operation by June visit Bradford County July 1. instructors. here will be'
system eliminated.
Attorney George Pierce Clark's first Job, Casey Indicated "I have really enjoyed my I
were approved for submission 1 but inability to obtain The trip here was' arrangedlast notifiedthe will be to find a tenure In Bradford County," In the last year, Hazel said.
to federal agencies to prove equipment is slowing many of week after Novak new principal at Bradford Temple states. "The Board HEW's program has .begun to
the did them down. executive 'that the applications and focus on completely eliminating ,
city not carry throughtwo exceeded the 10:, High School were James! Tem- teachers people have been
World War II projects Building to house the equip- had htCongressm8n'GurneyIN (Continued on Page Four) good to me." the dual school system. a
an extension to'the electrical ment, put up by Keystone required. Supt.* Tom Casey credited Guidelines of March, 1968 ask t\
distribution system and con- Heights Contractor Ernest hree prospects in the apparel Temple with "growing with that the end of the 1960-70 t;
structlon of storm sewers and Triest Is virtually complete business were located by pictured., Iuncheop with Nolan Tax ComplaintsTo his, Job," and starting Bradford school year two ;years hence. .1
thus remove the city's lIabil- [Continued on Page Fours four local Chamber* of went Commerce to- Wnodburn (loft), chairman of the Gurney for iii.;| S. Senator High toward a positionto spell the end of the dual sys- *.

ity of repaying. $3.750 federal members who campaign ands Knnncth llngur. Republican i State Gommittre- Be Heard provide quality education. tern '
last month as,,
New York City
planning funds. Indus- man, and.-alno'County' Republican Chairman for Bradford Temple] had been a Bradford HEW Is'uklng now for 4
-SInce''a trade-in of only We.llareProgram part of a seven county County educator for 12 plans submitted by the School .
$1,200 has been offered for try hunting1. trip In t cooperation County I ..By .Commission. years. He spent three yearsas Boards "to, showhow the,,dual 1;
Florida Development '
the city's present bookkeeping Is Discussed with the Senate Candidate .-. 1 a Bradford High Instructor system 'willbe\ eliminated in jj
machine, the council agreed ] Commission.The The ..Bradford County Commission and football coach. Then he two years 1 i-'she: steps thaf are I I
at the suggestion of Councilman With Rotary'' prospects indicated '' 'Will' convene Monday began his career as a princi planned' for next fall:1998-69. i
Neil they,would not Consider locat- July] 1, as the Board of Equal- and the following the (
. Tucker:- <"keep: 'it.: *. pal at Lawtey Junior High for year
1 '
Clerk Edwards and Tucker reported \ }j', t\ 'r ing a' plant in Bradford County' : Makes ization to hear complaints two Brooker Junior fall of 1969-70. i i
A discussion of some of i:the '' unless at feast'ISO: prospective Repl Gurney '
t looking at a new Bur- and receive testimony on High three years. Bradford Supt. Casey doing almost all
- rough and IBML'machine: ,:< but lesser known phases of the workers could be property values fived on prop- Junior High three years and the talking for the School '
(Continued on Page Four Publie"Welfare program was located through the applications erty by 1 ,Tax,Assessor Gene undertook the top Job as prin- Bdandinswered, that Brad- }
given at the Rotary Club the local Chamber has. Appearance Here long orf the 1968 tax roll. cipal of BUS 'for the 1967-68 ford County, via its freedom- I I
Wednesday by Miss Estelle circulated. Long has completed his assessments term. of-choice plan has "made significant j

JUNE IS Long, of Green Cove Springs- ,. After coming' in sw1y.the} ) ; on real and person Howard Bishop Junior High: progress" in school jj
director of District.Five. first two -week the applications -,, "Three reasons why the He charged that "the present al property. He said the tax in Gainesville has approximately desegratlon. He was to relt- 4
CLEANUPPAINTUP These services include rv- begin pouring In 'over. American people want a crowd in Washington has been roll will show an Increase of ] 1.600 students and a erate that many times. ing as a placement agency for the past week. Need for the] change" were Cited here last playing] politics" with the law- about $1.5 million largely remitting faculty of 70 teachers. "I feel the Board parents 4
the adoption of children, providing applications was printed ''In,, Saturday by Congressman Ed. less element, and said ,that from new constructionin In moving to Gainesville, and children have bent over '.
FIX-UP housekeeper service In the Telegraph for the... past, ward J. Gurney Republican criminals and lawbreakersmust the county, Temple is replacing the political backwards" to comply with the i
MONTH certain hardship cases; the three weeks and over Starke's candidate for the U. S. Senate be treated. as such by Long said that for the most opponent of Alachua 1964 Civil Rights Act. Casey j:
unmarried mother program radio station. WPXE, *>wlth., 'ea& being giver. up by George ervforcelng la-wis that are already Pleas help put a Smile and the release of older per. .spot announcements .each..,, 'A, Smathers. on the books. same as the preceding year bot. Former Howard Bishop could be out of compliance."
i on Your, .Town Instead sons from state institutionsinto hour over the past week:;-' vAt v ,JVBpeAking! at a luncheon held Regarding Vietnam Gurney except for improvements Principal John Perdue had The superintendent also repeatedly
licensed: foster( homes; \1\me'18 fn--thi Holiday) Inn Gurney said the U. S. is actually increased the
of A Frown ,noon Tuesday which have not been assined to a new ] stated that! the
whenf warranted .by circum 28-5 applications had bees received ..., said: the three most urgent 1sues..9f fighting Communism in value of the property. position. county's main /goal Is to establish '

Cooperative With stances: at,the.Chamber office." the 1968 campaign. Southeast MIa, and criticizedthe During the past several .1 ... ] a quality school system.
HIP CommitteeIn Miss Long said. that the present here. Previous experience in are: inflation lawlessness, and present war policy. We .years, since assesments were Bible' School "The treedom- t-cholce: planIs
-This method of paying ADC the garment Industry: was Indicated the war In Vietnam. He was don't i have a single troop in re-evaluated<< under the Just not :working" Haael said.
Countywide Im .[[Aid to Dependent Children 1 by 134 applicants. Including introduced by Nolan Wood- North Vletnan}." he declared. Value ,Law ''only a few com- CommencementAt "The Supreme Court says :
provement Program. will be changed in July six who had servedin burn county chairman of the "We must hit the enemy plaints have been registered Boatdrain freedom-of-cholce"js not doing

when the' new standard of supervisory capacities and :'.Ourney, campaign. where they are.". with the Board of' Equalization. the Job. I have no'choice' ."
This. Space Contributed payment will be based on 65 one master, mechanic. ..: 'Oti\,i.inflation.? Gurney said: 'The American position in Most complaints have. Commencement exercises for ''Case1'\ terrupted at that
Weekly to Publicize per cent of the ADC client's A total of 1S1 applications; ] "The Administration's hog- Vietnam should be reassessed, been on the"assessments on Vacation' Bible School at point saying' the F-C plan Is
Community Events by budgetary n.eds. This may compiled Tuesday were from wild spending will push prices Gurney 'said, "If the price timberlands,and an appeal. of, Boatdrain Baptist Church. being working; ,considerable .gain
result in some clients getting persons with no previous experience higher and higher unless we isn't too high :we should press civil i action brought by one taught this week are sche here. He claimed 'the percentage -
The CommunityState A little] more and some a little : 89 said they wouldbe call a halt. His suggested ahead with 'everything we timber :firm Is still pending in duled] Friday June 22....' the of Negroes in predomin-
.. .
Bank less than they are drawing at willing to take part In a aolutlon would be to ". -slash have, short of nuclear wea- the First District Court of church.' ately white l school has grownin
the present time the speaker crash training. program In the wasteful spending, match gov pons. If the'price is too great Appeals. It to due to be heardIn friends the past four years' from 4
'. 1 ,Accounts now Insured sakf.' The amount that can be (Bradford Union Vocational ernment outgo'' with income, then we should get out of July.; All parent and are percent; to It, to 28. and will
I paid for; nursing' home care Technical" Center. Fifty said and stabilize the economy by Vietnam. We 7 must make a The County Commission as invited to attend be at 43 per cent for the X96&
up to SI.000 by will also'be' raised to (120 they operate sewing machinesin business-like management." choice," he '''Declared.! the Board of Equalization A sing. U scheduled at the 69 school term.Tin .
Federal Deposit Insurance starting in July, Miss. Long their home.. On, the subject of crime, Gurney a resident of Winter does not hare power to set church Sunday June 23. at 3 not the individual who
Corp. /said. The vo-tech renter Is already Gurney said''that riots in the Park; is now serving his third assessments, but may act to p m. featuring. the Lovett has to make that decision,1* r
A total ''of $47.290. was paid looking into the possi- streets' ,can't. be solved by term In the ir. S., ,House of adjust them in cases in which Brothers of Thomasville Qa Hazel said,."I'm Jus*-bet'* 'w''''

(Continued on Page Four) bility of offering a course In spending billions In the cities. Representatives, .. Inequalities exist. Everyone Is welcome. (Continued on Pare Four)

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Col. and Mrs. J. A. Scanlan anniver-r holders with white '..tapers.I .
Bernard Hunt of Bonlfay July 10.The a workshop on personality at their 40th wedding
and son of Catlett Va. and I Punch was served at
children this
I visited his mother, Mrs. Hen- following invitation was the District Three meeting in sary given by their
of Alexandria -
Mrs. Joseph Severo } table and also from a tableon
rietta Hunt on Wednesday to M1 r extended: "If you are Inter- April. Mrs. Klmmons. Mrs. Mr. an*'! Mrs. Charles Lawsonof
Va. are visiting the porch.
Friday of last week. O. L. Haynes Sr. for two ztt RA ested In helping older people, Braswell) and Mrs. Titus Ol- Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs..' Charles sun Lawson
Leaving Wednesday, June t you should join the Pixies. son were name as a bazaar Bill Morar of) Panama City
weeks. at the door and
slx week !: The at: the committee. Mrs. :Kate Dyal, Miss Elizabeth Lawson of guests presented
2/3/ 01)> a European: Mr and Mrs. Roy J. AJJdrews ] people nursing! them to'the
study tour, under The Amer- of Jacksonville were ',"home enjoy\ having younger Mrs. Milberger, and Miss Del- Riviera Beach, Bud Lawson of honor
BIOOTY() ican Institute For Foreign Sunday visitors of Mr. and people> come in and visit with la Rosenberg will representthe Marlon N. C., and Mr. and guests.
." s.$4.7608 Study, are Evelyn Sinclair, J. Mrs. R. O. Dansby. them. It really means a lot to Starke club at the annual Mrs!\ J. E. Jordan of Lake Assisting in serving' !, were
,Roy Chasteen IU, Joyce Den- Freeman Register III graduated them. If you are under the state convention in Clear- City.; Miss: Mary 'Riviera
-- --- mark, Terry Minx, Mike Mitchell Athens ',4 7tf hi impression that the Pixies are water this, weekend. Arrangements of red roses Beach Mrs. Ewell Lawson
Mrs. Charles Fink of Now M|Sgt. and Mrs. Billy Prlt- June 9 troy i Mrs. M. L. Lawson, and!
? Stephen Smith, Johnny Ala. and after nurses' aides, you are mistaken. and summer flowers were us- Mrs
Orleans' La. and Mrs. Ella chett and children of Falls Warren, and John Torode. College, vacation he returnedto aweek's Pixies are girls who care H. A. LawsonsAre ed in the Lawson home. The J. T. Lawson.
; Moody of Green cove Sprngs Church, Va. were Sunday They will be accompanied by about older people and are Inter dinng room table was covered Approximately 60 guests
-wer.. last Thursday visitors of overnight of Mr. and summer school 'to complete ..... Honored
guests Mrs. Clyde Sinclair. In tert in helping them." j with an ecru crocheted cloth called between the hours eight
his double major psychology.
Mrs. Bdna) Hart and Mrs.Edith Mrs. Don Hardenhrook. Miss Janelle Goodman Is attending -I The Pixies are a non-profit On AnniversaryMr. over red linen and was cen- and eleven o'clock, including

Chrlatiansen., Bobby and Bill Douville of :! summer school at the Mrs. N. K. Hurst of Indian organization, and there are no tered with a red: ? crystal bowl from out-of-town Mr. and
Mrs '-B:: 'H. Spears and Orange Park were Sunday 'visitors Golden Hills Academy in ,I .apolis. Ind. -Is visiting her sister ,dues for membership. and .Mrs. H. A. Lawson holding shasta daisies and Mrs. A. B. Woodham and i

, rtlle last Friday and Saturday Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Orider. Sgt. and Mrs. Gene Pass of mother Mrs W. 8.'Blade, whoIs ; BPW Jxecutive house" last Friday night on flanked by crystal candle i Mr. and Mrs .Hal' Malnes of
visiting relatives. Their '
cousIn Fort Benning, Qa. were home Lake utler.
Mr and Mrs.-C S. Haddockwere .. confined: In Bradford County i 4
Wllmer Stafford of West- CQmmiueeAnnounced
for the weekend. Mrs. Bobby
in St. Gary's Ga. on
Hospital. ..
vlll. Accompanied them home
Mr. aoddock's Crawford returned to Colum-
Saturday visiting Spec 5 Jamep Earl; Strick
for"a week's visit.Barbara'Furnae. "
bus with them for several
brother-in-law, Nathan
{ of Maasull- land is home on! a month'sleave
: Horne, who Is seriously ill in days visit. ,. after a year of duty Ip The Starke BPW' Club held
'ton' Ohio spent' Thursday toSaturday' a'. ospltal there. Mrs. Albert Mr, and Mrs. T.E., Herndop I Vietnam. After his ,eave he Its planning meeting for the I
: with Mr. and Mrs.. Williams also 'visited her brother of Valdosta. Oa. were Sunday will report to Fort I Stewart= new ;year last Thursday nightat
pharles Hardy Barbara and :' Mr. Hornec one Sunday visitors of Mrs. Pearl Edwards, the home of Mrs. George
: -Ga.
:'toer,cousin Carol Hardy, are Mark Hamilton made theDean's Brown on'Klngsley! Lake. / OFF
and Monday I __ Jim Duncan of West Point, j !
.spending this week 'with Mr. '
list at the U. of F. In vi r F
and Mrs. :Frank Stokes at Mr. and Mrs. David Christopher Ga. Is visiting: his grandparents fi The president, Mrs. John
the last quarter.Mr.
: and daughter'of Bund- Mr. and Mrs. K. Q. Dun- laney.. Introduced the new ;
Beach. '
Increscent .
I and!: Mrs. Max Furlongand can, for two weeks. Executive! Committee: Mrs. '
*.: Dee Clark:;of 'Eau OaUle is ridge, Ala. were weekend\ family of Tifton Ga. are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godwin Lois Irene Grff| f Gene Pearson, 1st Vice President
.visiting ,her aunt, Mrs' C. D. guests of her parents/ Mr.:I visiting) their parents. Mr, andMrs. have moved from Saratoga and program chairman; I
'WllliamS.--,for'a months:' and Mrs. C. L. D nklns. V. V. Hazen and Mr. Heights to their new home on 'Is Paxon Graduate Mrs. O. S. Haddock 2nd Vice, I
I and Mrs. J. W. Furlong from De sent Road. John Harold I,
President and
membership MOBILE till
II ;Miss Lois Irene Grlffis: QUALI1Y ULP !
Wednesday to Sunday. e'x Andrews '''has !!bought the God daughter" of Mr. and Mrs. chairman; Mrs. Clarence Rho-
.. Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Me win home'at 1228 BLandln '
., Ear) V. P-rtffls of Jacksonville, den Corresponding Secretary !
Keep It Beautiful Rae of Jacksonville and Mr.; street. and Finance Chairman;
graduated from Paxon High I
and Mrs. Tommy Hugglns of Bennie Williams of Savannaih. Mrs. C. R. Braawell, RecordIng
School last Thursday night: In IS OFFERED IN CONJUNCTION WITH I II
hiredcpaepb for Ga. spent )last Tuesday to;
V Amarfcw the Job. ft would take the Orange Park spent Sunday ceremonies at the Jacksonville Secretary and personal
largest sort of army to keep our country free of litter with Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Friday with hla mother. '' }Jfrs : Coliseum. development chairman; Mrs.I THE CHAMBER OF 6
But....... no need to hire anyone. It's.job we can Juggins. Mack Williams, Mr.' 'f/1.Uams .(Miss Griffls attended: elementary Eldon KImmons Treasurer
,at his farm' near Way ;
do for ourselves.All of us.. Every family that spreads a Frank Hardy left Wednesday was cross, Qa. last week.: '., / school in Stark be- and luostess-and-soclal chair- COMMERCEMONTH I
picnic lunch.JIEvBryJbQatrTian who cruises the lakes and\ for Lackland' Air Force Mr. and Mrs.; 'John Green fore moving 'to Jacksonville. man: and Mrs. Ralph Mllberber / -
*. pv!. tfy''Motorist who *tees our roads and Base,Texas. went to Jacksonville (Sunday! to Her mother Is the former 'er. Parliamentarian and,I
Mere *. Mrs. Pearl Colson and Mrs. see his mother,'101"'. John, E. tfrace. Tftlgpen' : of Starke.", auditor. i
:Jt J.III ith* ptoasure Ill- Prior to 'graduation, Miss The local club will present Q
eachyearlopthsittt t, ( ,fttle8t| support to)he Keep America with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence aska, where she ",111 Ytelt another Griffia was employed by Zay- I
I CarajpaJflft;flememtier: Every LItter Bit Hurts. Beasley and family onLake son and pine, Mr.: 41\d er's Department Store In AT
'- qw told..'Uf" treat it riontONITCO Geneva Mrs. Richard Greene! *?r several Jacksonville. She will'now be i THE SOUTHSIDE
:,1 Mrs. Edna Hart and Mrs. months. placed ,by the Youth Job Opportunity CHURCH OF CHRIST
': JT rTu BREWERS' ASSOCIATION. Kate Sheppard visited Mrs. R. Seamap and Mrs. Robert Council as a secretary Jackson
I ML'MX 23%WOMBI l'NI'r \ \,KeiilQA 92389 P. Wright in Winter Garden Nobles and son have returned in Jacksonville. Invites YOUTo BuildingSTARKE. Supply I II
j' over the we kend. to Norfolk, Va. after a vial Miss Griffls is the granddaughter -
with her parents, :Mr.'. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Hear I
Too many olio Charles Darby. Vasco GrlXfls, Lois Thlgpen, OF FLA., INC. j
Robert Barksdale and R. A. THE
"" and the Wallace Thlgpens, all GOSPELOF
Ally Colnon were In Orlando' Monday of Starke. She Is the niece of Behind Big Dad i

I night attending the (boardof Sgt. W E. [Billy] Thlgpen, CHRIST
directors meetqg' | of :the
who Is
8t serving with the arm-
Florida' Theatre Association.Dr. .. ed forces in Germany. 8:30 Sunday Morning Call Us 964.6078 -- Today for Lowest Prices on All
.. and Mrs. A. J. Barry

a r and F. H.children Kramer and attended Mr. and Mrs.the Luncheon Given WPXE Radio Dial 1490 Types of NEW Building Materials

golden .wedding anniversary of [For Marian Green Worship Service

Dr.Mrs.Barry's W. N. Barry parents In,Newfberr Mr. and I At Holiday Inn Sunday, 11:00: A.M. Regular And Treated Pine Cedar Fir Moulding Plywood _

RPM DELO Multi-Service Oil on Sunday.Mr. Bible Roofing Hardware Electrical Makes Us Your Building Supply
Miss Study Sunday
is the one oil best for both Marian Green, whose
dieseland gasoline engines. and Mrs. Milton 'Jlar.tzell marriage to Eddie Douglas ": A.M. and P.M. Headquarters And Save Money.
Beach were
of Daytona was an event of Saturday'
.. [STANDARD! i visiting her father Dr. F. E. evening was honored at a 3 Mi. South 3D US 30.1
:, r OIL Bollinger, on Sunday. luncheon on Saturday, June

,. .. ) I I Mr. and Mrs. L. N. PickerIng 1, at the Holiday Inn given ------
:. -;', ; Call Your Standard OilMAN I were visiting Dr. and Mrs ,by Mrs. Floyd Wiggins, Mrs.
IN STARKEK. M. J. Pickering in Galnesvlll Art Schulz, Mrs. Albert Jones,
: over the weekend.Mrs. Mrs. Iris Lamm, Mrs. Reddish "
., I Edwin Prevatt and Andrews, Mrs. Ruth Hayes, l" SUMMERSportswear
y I daughter of Orlando are VIsIting Mrs. Thelnra Caddell, and
Mrs. Ed Prevatt this Mrs. Ervln Andrews.
Standard Oil Company(I IneJnKy''! ( ') j week. The twenty guests were

.I IHMIHII iiiiiiiimimiiHiiiiiiii iiiiii seated at a T-shaped. table
/.,---., which held a centerpiece oi
white and:: pink gladioli and
pompoms. Included in the
guest list were Mrs. Robert
Green, mother of the honoree;

Paint Clean Mrs., mother H. C. of Douglas the groom of Brooker ; and- MISSES
Upr Up Up Mrs. Pansy Strickland: and

Mrs. Iva Douglas, grandmothers LADIES
'. of the groom.
: '. The hostesses presented the SIZES 5 THRU 13 AND 8 THRU 18 J

: : Month honoree with a corsage and a IN ALL GROUPS i

or cake the server occasion set as. a memento iI I I

"' I
r. r :: .. Miss Louise Stern
.::-, ',-. To Present Recital O PERSONAL
,I1: -, ; ( .4r, I
Miss Louise Stern will present -

':' Help Beautify Bradford County students a 8'I'OUp'in a recital her Tuesday piano I GROUP

\ evening, June 25, at 8 o'clockIn ONE GROUP
the Starke Woman's Club, OF ''OF
::( .:J''' ': Students appearing will be:

Paula Lee Carter Vicki Williams -

,, \ Elizabeth Scott, Linda Swim Suits Sportswear !
\ c Brown Cathy Conway, Debra
Griffin, Susan :Faulkner, Ter-

i'i;:: Fill It With I rl Scott Smith Torode Sherry, Debbie, Anita Cowart Shuford Green,, Debra,Dick Sally Z 3 : SKIRTS I I

Torode, Gayle Windham, .,
Paula Champion Karen Hut-
\ chins, Beverly Strunk. Denise BLOUSES
Winkler, Paul :Faulkner, Jan-
I Ice Weeks Patti Whitehead, SHELLS

Refreshments will be 'served
and the public is cordially In- 4

DOES I vited. ChapterHonors p1* l / l :ia


: STOCK OF MOST MODELS Eighteen Master Masons
fishing" Monday night
In the Honor Masons Courtesy '1 JACKETS
(given by Starke Chapter 224 CULOTTESSKIRTS IIf. 0 F'F '.'
''I OES with refreshments anda SLACKS
'i-. '. social hour afterward.
We Are Competitive With Anyone! I This was the last meetingof #

the chapter before recessIng -
for the months of July
I' August, and September with
the exception) of the annual
picnic held In honor of Foun-
der Robert Morris. This will BERMUDA
be held at Gold Head State
i'L Park on Sunday Aug. 23.

. The charter was draped In ONE GROUPSPORTSWEAR
respect to the memory of departed SHORT SETS

I sister Isabel Simpson.

C O Pixies Meet Reg. $5:98:


.. us Jill SOUTH PHOW.964-7500 The regular meeting of the I J
Pixies was held at 7 j p. m.
.STARKE FLORIDA Wednesday, June 12 In the SHELLS
Starke Nursing Home. I $ I $ '

i Jt was announced that gtrlsi t *
I who will enter the 9th jjrade T-SHIRTS 88 3 9'8' t
next fall and on through the ,
\ grade, are Invited to at-' CLEARANCE. 1 .
l aged the next meeting on I

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t Bridemaids Madison Street were presented by Mrs L. A. Recent BirthsBradford
t tj' Luncheon Given -I Canova, Mrs. Jack Underhill, MIME STENCILS, and, Ink.
I Baptists
; :
Mrs. A. A. Pratt. i Duplicating machine. and
J 1 j'J j'I For Marion Green I ,, IGA Coronation A duet was sung by Debbie I I f-trmounces'the: County followng Hospital births: 'ftupplieti. Bradford! CUtinlyTelejfrapl
-Hj and Patricia Clark. Patricia ;. J JTHE
Mr. and
Ml\8. Nathan
1I I Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and Mrs. I
I Oi l'S Auxiliary of the Whitehead was pianist.:'Sally I Batle, WaMo' a daughter,
I GLADYS MOOTY Art Brown. of Sanford gave abridesmaid's Madison Street Baptist Church Lawson and PatriciaClark SonJa/Haenearr'-June. 14.ffcrZyMQltytw. BRADFORD J
I I Phone luncheon last a tw presented., five girls in a CorI lighted the caniles.: Ushers
9647608Linda COUNTY
Friday In the Pecan Room: of I onatlon Service Wednesday were Randy and Michael' Andrews .. Burton How- TELjEGKAfll
if, the Garden Restaurant honoring night of last week, who had Rabble Pierce and ard--3rofwsn.jrjawtey.? ? ia son. Published every-'T1t Jn4a,.
'i rl y I Wedding Plans"WilliamsBishop Miss Marian Green' ;whosemarriage passed the requirements of Gene Tanner. Scripture was Barton"Howard Norman Jr., at 138 W. Call -UStance.
, ii., to Eddie Douglas Bible study. read by Ginna Griffith Lynn June 14. Fla. S2O 1
i. was an event of Saturday i The theme, "Do and Tell," Pierce, Christy Redding! and Mr. and Mrs. Robert George flecond
night.A 1 was displayed In green letterson Paula Tanner Rev. Norman Carlton Starke a son James I claaa postage paid; I
The wedding of Miss Wanda blue white color Randall June at Starke Fla. ,
and 17.
a large map of the world. Redding gave the Dedicatory
Ii ._
Williams, daughter of Rev
scheme was carried out In Mrs. J. W. Furlong WMU prayer. Subscription RaU: I

';1 Dalton and Mrs, Oa.R. T.formerly Williams of of the table'' appointments. Centering I president, presided: over the The Auxiliary Co-workers en Bryan to" Eugene Brewer :Id trade 'area.r: ''"*4loo: per.

,,1; Starke to Harold. Arthur the head table was'an : service I honored the Queens and mem- ,wIn be an event of Saturday, year; |J.2S ..!*."month.. *::.';
\ arrangement of white gladioli ;' I Girls participating In theceremony bers of the court with a reception June 22. at 8 p. m. In the \ .Jrt,
Bishop Jr., will be event : .
an (
I I cushion pompoms. ; and blue 1 were: Queens Nan- in the annex.BrewerBryan. Morgan Road Chapel. I Outside trade area] N-1Oe
f fi I of SaturdayJune 29. at 8 p. Fuji mums. Down the lengthof :\1 cy. Gay and Lou Ann Thomas; A reception will follow at per year; $2.80 Six-moaOuf

,"i, I m.Church in St.with Mark's a reception Episcopal at the table was a garland of ,.: 1'r '" _. Princesses Debbie Thomas and the chapel. I B3.. I* Matthews, 'editorpubllahu and
greenery Interspersed with ... .1 .'> I Mary Sue Underhill!; ajnd, [ Friends
k' .
I Club.the Starke Golf and Country blue butterflies and blue and ."" "'( ) ': ,, I ,w ,.1' .!. Malden, Debbie Scott. Awards The marriage of Miss,Sliaf- Invited to attend.relatives are 'I : WIII,"
,r", I I All friends and relatives are head white table florets.were Seated the honoree at the I 'r'I: : / :":L r' ,,,, .t.Y I ...

\ invited to attend.
and her Miss Joan
1. :! attendants. STARKE PLAZA
',y Williams, Monica Jo Rowe ?rv
Open All Day Every .
:yi i r' uate of Bradford County High Miss Sue Douglas and Mrs. ,
yf' I J Day PH., & Sat.
i School attended St. Johns Robert Genereaux. Bridal
f' River Junior College-and is t place cards marked the seat- Till 7:00: P. !1\1. '" ..,.-. .---1"riw; "'!"' ,.i"I"/A'1
( presently a senior at the- 7nf !Ing' arrangement the 20 .. :., Cli-f
1 1 HoltonTo verslty of' Florida majoring In guests who included Mrs. Rob- \ ... ,;r. : 'A' I. I. y; LUJ;
V :
elementary education. ert Green mother of the honoree tc- : S. II' .....
;, WedMr. Bedell Mr Bedell Is a. graduate of Mrs. H: C,:. Douglas, i{ y y I :' FA -,' .... -.J.---.:.._- .,

',: ,, On! August. 3rd School.DaytOna ..received; Mainland a B. S.High In Mrs.mother Pansy of the Strickland groom end and I ..... ......... ._."..... ".....Iro,," "--- ;

I. mathematics and Master of Mrs. Douglas, grandmothers of .---
Mr.,.and'Mrs.: John G-.Hol.. Education degrees in Educe; the bridegroom-elect.. -
ton,announce"the 'engagement Mon Administration and Supervision Miss Green presented her Sharon Ann Harrell Becomes Bride Ladies 2 Pc

and approaching I,marriage,of from the Universityof attendants: with persona! gifts Of Mr. Beutke In ''Church -'n\\
their daughter, Linda Kay..to :Florida. He is presently during the luncheon. The hostesses Ceremony
E. Russell Bedell II, son of employed with, the Alachua presented Mrs. Green
: Mrs. Joanne R. Bedell of Or- County Board( of Public In- and Mrs. Douglas and the Sharon Ann Harrell. daughter 'vroom'.wore a nlle green dress 4
inond Beach. struction. honoree with pink carnation of Mrs. John R. Williams accented with a self applique \ Jamaicci:5ets
of Brooker, and Amos \ :: :
Anderson down
The :wedding will take place corsages, and also gave Miss panel the front. With
Miss Holton Is 1965
a grad- Beutke. son of Mr. and this she wore a yellow orchid ,
August at 7:30p. Green of chosen
Saturday. 3. : a piece her
Mrs. Fred L. Beutke of Ala. ,F .if it ,
corsage. V Y'l 'a + f i'
m. in the First Methodist china pattern as a memento of
RULED LEGAL PADS; Church of Starke. the occasion. thus, repeated vows at a wed- "A reception was held in the A !tr fcftt*. M ,Jt i IP
Steno Notebook. Order Books All friends and relatives of ding ceremony held June 1 at Brooker Community Center +g7ryC i ijr.f
etc. Bradford County' ..Telerapb. the couple are Invited to at Luncheon Given Brooker Baptist Church., Rev. which was decorated with +is
tend. James L. Temple performedthe baskets of fart-shaped arrangements 3+ot 4u+'
1 For Mrs. Holliday ceremony. of 'gladioli chrysanthemums
The candlelight service took and stock. Mrs.
A Recent Bride
place before a background of Dolly Harrell greeted guestsat .

RENTERS I Mrs. Arthur Holliday, a.re., palma and greenery. Floor the door. '
cent bride was honored at a I baskets holding Ian-shaped Mrs. Patsy teddy and Miss '
arrangement of Williams the bride's : '
luncheon given last Saturday gladioli chry.saflttiemums Kathy cut :)
by'Mrs. E. L. Matthews at 301 and stock were cake, and assisting In serving I If
: I
used at each side of the al1 I were Miss Vada Beutke Mrs.
{What Have You Got To Lose? Centering the dining '1, tar, Juanita Burnett and Mm.taTrelle .
was an arrangement of I| 'Mrs.' Justine McElroy plan:,I Hamilton. Mrs. -Judy ,
ist.-;: played nuptial music F and Brown kept. the bride's book
Maybe everything own-because and blue chrysanthemums ana : .', eo'' ., '._ '
of accompanied Miss ,
you fire theft Judy Pettlt! -
: -
a garland of greenery extended I' Alter fl.: wedding trip In the
;'storm or law suit. Avoid work and needless lass. down the length of the the soloist.., Sdutheasternstates, the'couple \ ?
Call" me today. I'd like to tell you about Nationwide table. At each place setting' H. D. Burnett Jr. served! as is'residing at Rt.2. Box 54 [ T"i>

Ulurance'8 special, low-cost Tenant's Policy. for the ten guests were floral, best man and the ushers were Alachua. Thebride chose' fpr -: _
place cards and favors of miniature -.|. William Barren Dick Brldg- traveling a'three piece'Navy t
wedding shoes filled esfand Miss BobbyljPhllllps.; : and yellow,suit with' matching;} '?*>,+ 4 i'.
*" BILL POWELL with pastel pompoms. Amongthe { Bonnie'Eddy'attendedas accessories. *, l.r.A l-!
a maid'of honor, wearing
guests were Mrs.,A. N. a The groom works : ,
4t pink goWn fashioned at organza 'for'so'uth'j '.<
Phone 964-6161 J Holliday and; Mrs. O. L. Haynes .- ern Bell .
and and ,
lace a ..match
401 'W. Madison St. Sr. graph Company In Gainesville
ln#:Dior bow colt She carrieda
J'i Starke Fla.NATIONWIDE. The-honoree was presentedwith _. ,
crescent bouquet .of feathered 11 iim P
a cookbook from her hoa-, 'carnations matching the Rehearsal Dinner B
tess as a memento of the oc
casion. '" color of.her gown. For DouglasGreenWedding ''
Miss Cindy Hamilton and
Miss Naomi Beutke served as Party
Mrs. Strickland
bridesmaids. They wore rain-
Weds Mr. Ellington bow colors of nile and maize ,. gowns fashioned of organza of Brooker entertained at a f
The Man from Nationwide is on Your Side Mrs. Rosemary Strickland and lace and matching Dior dinner party Friday night in Xw

M,*'" 'Nationwide Mutual Fire Insurance! Co. l 6 .)t. :.pdjBjjrkj (:Ellington 'were feoyjr colls. They-JcarrtBd bout 'the.Pecan."RestaurairtAiillOTiorttwtheir Roomut the: Garden ",
united In marriage, Tuesday, quets Of'feathered carnations
Nationwide Life Insurance Co. J" son, Eddie: 1>ouglas.-and, .
June 18,, In Folkaton. Ga. matching! ,the colors of their. "
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. his fiancee. Miss Marian
After a short wedding- trip gowns. ,
Home Office Columbus Ohio Green following their wedding ,: '- -
: the couple will reside at the Qlveh' In marriage by 3ier' .
/ _' :;rehearsal. q a i'
Ellington home on' Road 16E. grandfather. W H. Eddy. the
I C bride '''Centering' 'the head table : rl "
wore a formal gown of -itAy.t
chantUcce and bridal taffeta was an arrangement of'white Come check the
'Jt fashioned with a sabrlna I and blue Fuji mums; gladioli quality !!
.neckline which was highllghtr and pompoms interspersed '
ed bs I""' seed pearls. iridescent. with leather leaf fern.
t sequins; and long fitted sleev', Among thqse enjoying: the Come see the big selection

esthat tapered to petal ''affair were' members-! the .
points her' the bridal i
over hands. The immediate families
1: I basque bodice Walt marked by party and'out-Of-town Mix and Match Your Sets
a narrow band rolled.cord. The guests. EXTRA SPECIAL
I bouffant skirt waa'accented 'by 'i "
a front panel from Which cas.
I F ti tir coding ruffles of chantllace SERVICE SCHEDULE THIS WEEK ;
swept,to a cathedral train: I
v Jr Her string only of ornament cultured was a Starke Sunday Mass: 9:15: a.'m. Necks --. Asst. Styles i
pearls. '. GIRLS S SHORT
4r Three telrs fell from of sllkVEngllsh cluster Illusion of Miraculous Thursday Mass,Medal 6:30:. Novena p. m.: | $1.50 1.99 2.99 SETS S E !

lace petals edged with seed Saturday. 7 p. m. From Our Regular t
Confessions: 5 t>. m and 1p. STRETCH DENIM .
pearl and1 an organza bow. .
She carried a cascade bouquetof m. I STRETCH NYLON TWILL COMPLETE 2-P1FX baTSJAMAICA :: ;
white feathered carnations -ST. WILLIAM'S CHURCH

with ivy featuring ,phalae- Keystone Heights. SHORTS Reg. $1.99 Reg. $2.99
nopsls orchids and centered Sunday Mass: 7:30: ) a. m. i
with a:large white orchid. and <>:00 a. m.Wednesday .
Mrs. Williams wedding chose a for pastel herdaughter's 7 p. m.: Mass and Novena $1.99 --- $2.99 2 for $3 2 for $5.1

blue_dreg accented with a
lace panel down the front anda -ST. MARY'S CHURCH I _'"
lace border. She wore .a Uacclennr I
i pink''orchid corsage. ;< Sunday Mass: 11:30: .a. m. I I

"; ,Mrs. Beutke.' / ..mother,of the LADIES CANVAS CASUALS j

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: ;Model Home ,
#." .' ,; L ;! f

: 'b -' '
i SL, yi ,ty Y $1.88 'iA

i! Now Nearing Completion values $122. /, t

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5 a _

!I 7/s DlI@C011I r \ ml J IMl mlll Ary 1FUI. ,+' 't'a .i4z$ t Washable cotton duck with full ouTi.

yzq I 1 ViI t ,,/ '''Pq+vr ; -0I1 Ion insole and white outsol... ':

I I. ."' BRICK HOME -p choice of white, black light blue>>[ ,

// You Have A Savings AccountIF --- I and chino.savel Sites 510. Select several, pairs ,,1

On 100' V 1 300'"Lot, Just East Of City Limits l 1.a
"On East Call Street .
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ASSOCIATION OF STARKE Deodorant Hair Spray :

\ =V 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-5000 GENERAL CONTRACTORS by Gillette by Rayef i

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I t.tlon. I Per Four BRADFORD COTNTT TEi.F.r.nArn RTARKB. rurmmx) TIItnSI! >AY, JUNE 20. 1DG8!;

Auto SafetyEquipment gular meeting will' not be held I Lawtey, which are attended any Industrial prospects visit. was engaged In the contractingand atlon Department will sponsora required to .nerve a* copy to the of com-youranawar and year.of of the faNunnrfl.. property the and darrlptlon **-I. according certificate to shall law be the redeemed propertyUoxrHjud
next Wednesday due to the by only Negro students. ing Starke to Council Chair- construction business in teen dance Friday night. plaint I o'.rtgatl: :: Charl* tho namea. In which It was. usBexnuil I In Muchertlflcate:: < or;

: annual Ladles Night: and,:! Installation I, ,You are not In compliance man One Wiggins. Wilmington, where he had June 21, from 8 to 12 p. m. at A. UavlrtHOn with this and Court file on the or original before -. Certificate are .u*No.follow 8. Year: of lauanoe !- verttfloaten hluliant uldder will at the be Hold court to noune this
of fliers at the because the freedom-of-cholce spent most of his life. He the old armory. the 18th day. of July. 1968; .. 2966.IDeaeriptlon. door on the firm Monday In
jStill Delayed Starke Golf and !Country Club plan has not eliminated the wag a graduate of the University The dance for Bradford ittherwlHe the allegations of Bald, of property NKH: ; Month of July I 1968. which lathe
l Complaint will be. taken as. con. of Ml'4'/ of NK14' See 31. T-6-8! lit day of July. 1968.
at 7:30: p m. Fri-3ay! June 28. dual school system," Hazel repeated 2 New School of Delaware with a dogree and 13 .
... [Continued Prom Page! One][ County boys girls, age : 'i'I''rl you default I judg R-2I-E.:: Dated this 23 day. of 11ft,.
... to Casey The superintendent in civil engineering, and wasa to 19 will feature the popularNu rm entered for the. relief Name In which aflaenaed. C. H. 1168.
... and the equl ment could beanmalled replied once again member: of the Presbyterian Sounds of Orange Park. ThlH demanded, notice hall by plaintiff.be published Rents (SEAL) .

: If U were here. wil- HEW! O1fiiia1s 'that!; significant )progress has Posts Created Church. f .. 18- widOW. Admission is 125. I ( once. each week week In the for Bradford foil 4oonani'iitlve In All the of Haiti(iunty property of B'adr..t'd.Bfat. being, In, Clcik Charle of*fin-nit A Darby Court. of Bradford \ !
'his : '
Surviving Myr- Cou.Florlel.. ...
llams said Tuesday. been made, and that the F-C Countv !TeleKraph, of Florida.Unleiw
:' tics J. Lewis, of Biiuh certificate or III &t 8-27
consists of plan does comply with the Wilmington FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Dated thin 12th day of June.
::: The equipment '
(Continued From Page One] formerly Starke, 1165.!
front end lift. Meet t Supreme Court's Interpretation OF 8TARKB .
'" a brake tester. Board Funeral l services will fed held I' Dolor f' Dampler
checker and ,, to take West Weldon Bt. and Ral- Clerk of Small rialnm Court
: and ball Joint pie just resigned a at 2:30: p.m.: Friday In.' Han- Bradford County Florida. I. \Vlien You: Use An Andrews Charge
$5,000. Casey pointed out that RJE in Alachua ford Road.
costs approximately' prlnclpalship over Presbyterian Church. in 8/13 tt 7-4 Account -
: Plans now are to defer cars Exchange Words High went down( from 535 County. Clark will have the Wilmington with interment In Sundar School: 10:00: a. m.:,
: which were supposed to be students to 399 anticipatednext responsibility for finding a The II::00 a. m. Morning Worship:I! 6oI'e Of Avpllrntlim For. Taxllrra : Your Prescription Tax Records.

.... checked in June until July C Continued from Page One: year. qualified person who will be family Brandywine has requested Cemetery.no flow- ((1:00: p. m. C. A. Services: 7:00: II.... 1IM.1H. F. II. are Kept For You By Us
=' but now there Is the added Board Chairman H. A. Law- recommended to the trustees era: p. m. Evangelistic Services. Notice" IB. Hereby. niven. that Andrews
'a problem of even !JettIng into tell you what steps to take" son termed\ the HEW's demands -' and school board after Supt. I Wednesday: 7:30: pm. MidWeek Mr.holder, of Rnffeno: the following Blood worth l'ertUI.1 the Drugs

: operation In July. "What do you do when 'Negroes "planned dictatorship."I Casey approves.As Prayer Meeting. cateH. baa filed 8"hl rurtlflcaten Fur Fast Delivery Dial 9847170MA
Pastor: Lester F. RlchardINtM'ATION for a tax deed to be iHHiied,
"When start telling people I
The last digit in a tag number ; don't want: to move reasons for establishing thereon. The certificate number
:: Indicates which month a Board' Member Arthur Holll- you HAVE to do this" and tile two new posts Casey said I RECREATIONNEWS -, ------ --------

.. motor vehicle owner is BUP- day asked the ;HEW official. you HAVE to do that. wht he simply is not able to TO HID '1
'POsed to have his car checked. "It's not my problem, J else can you call it?" Lawson d.> all the various jobs-tl'ans I MT.\TH P.'IIC'I.A..I'I HV <'OM>1IHHIOV "111111-' \ I A ......_ __________________
the asked. I. ""'"' =niin
: If the last digit is 4 or 5. I \1,1\11 tHHKH.
don't have to iget around it, portatlon, curriculum, construction '. ---
.. vehicle should be Inspected In Hazel l'eDlled."Can Hazel said that schools I budgeting maintenance -II ,III FI.OHIDlCompel ve Sdttlnd. Hide. will l l
.: June If It's 6 or 7, in July: If I I towrite have been told what to.do and textbooks. :I SUMMER PROGRAM I I IJH n-celved by the State J'urLhHKlnv -'' 1\ :
get someone .
.. 8 or 9, in August and 0-1 In :ever since-'public education' OPENED MONDAY Conimlanlan, until'I
"I might be able to do one .
I us a letter Laying we 1 OO A. M on the date shown
be began, but only since the race The summer program of
.September. Checkups for the following: I
; not area justice but be workingat I"
.. required each six months I are out of compliance, issue evolved has It become the Recreation Department July 8, 1968 Sale of Pine
only 30 cent efflcency
making &lsnlficant progress? per i m.
-, thereafter. popular to have students said.]I opened Monday with about 40 Hid Hlankfl. Condition., and
1 on another Supt. Casey
-, Casey asked again. He was choose their own schools.. boys and girls registering. This HI..clrlcation.. may be obtained
told repeatedlythat HEW's He also pointed out that I I from the State' PurrhaHlnv' I Com*' E .WJ
: "You've got so many things program is for boys and:: girls mlMHlnn, William: r>. Bloxhamnuildlntr 11
Rotary Feb. 8 letter explained all going for you I'd sure like to the school budget for the I'hi grades 1 through 6. Each Room' 112. Calhoun I -
.. county Is up $700,000 over the Htrt.: TallahaaHev. ; I'lorita.'rue 1---;'- _
that.Black see the Board take some action I day from 1:30: to 5:30: games CominlHHlrm, the -
: Program then pointed; out that ," Hazel said, urging thata 1967-63 term. It will total and scheduled activities are right to reject any reserve or fill bills.;,
the '54 Supreme'rCourt decision within"a about $2.4 million next year Al J. Day .
plan be submitted fun for every boy and girl. Whether it's a family affair dinner
: I Kxecutlve Director
(Continued from Page One] that schoolsare
held separate
few days that would assure compared to $16 million for Among the scheduled activities 8/20 2t 6-27
: to 820 Bradford Countlans in no longer acceptable and HEW the dual system will)be;! the year just ending.Hampton are trampoline, baton, for two, or a business engagement -
:. May through the six',branches that the May 27 decision held eliminated here. Bu.t. the tennis, archery, air rifle, softball \oTifM, OF I\TK>TIOV TO I
of welfare service: ''old age the freedom-of-choice plan In Board ordered no such'P.ctior.: baseball, and arts and iit-x.isrr.n 'Il''I'1'rIOI' :>;\>iu' you can relax and leave
assistance.. ADC. aid to the P. O. I ; Notice !I. hertiv given that the.ullde"lIlorn..rl '
"If you'd Just give us some crafts. under" the provl :
.. blind aid to the disabled. burden is no longer on event Ions of Section 805.00. Florida the serving to us. -
in specifying Each week: special
thing writing a
... Statute. liiilfi, will n-BlKter with
home and Black I
nursing payments I
the parent or ,ContractIs
where we aren't complylng- Is planned. This Friday a the Clerk of the Circuit Court, ,
: child welfare services. Another said, but rests with school of- In and for Bradford' County,
Casey asked. Field Day will be held: at the Ask
e ".2711U: was paid' in Florid I upon rerelpt of proofof I Those Who Dine Here About Our
"I'd be glad to recommendthat AwardedAwarding I Pratt Street Ball Park at 1::3(). publication of this notice,
: tfay for prescribed medicines I "If you have Negro and but I know what would The events will be the 50 the flrtltloUH nome of HAMPTON ; -
.. In 279 cases, and hospitaliza- and students MIM..WOKKS iindi-r, which Delicious
white teachers
of the contractfor
., happen, Hazel said "You'veall'eady yards dash, three-legged race, I am engaged In bUHlnenn at P
tlon for four patients. Miss in all schools. the freedom- been told." a new postolflce buildingat I I standing'broad jump, Softball 0 Ll'ix 111.: llHinptun. Kin.. ,
: Long said that approximately i of ..vl....P. f). Box
throw wheel barrow race Pin l. Hole .
I 01. Hampton.
75 per cent of this comes 1 if not. It is not acceptable," this week by Postmaster Gen I sack race. All boys and girls Dated thin 20th" day. of Juno. Served Daily
: from , !Htarke. Bradford County' I
per cent from State. : Bradford County haa two ,
that The building will be ownedby 'Parents and others are Invit- 6/20 4t 7-1N TWO HOT ENTREES
: Rotary President George schools. RJE High In Starke Alfred O. Kemmerer 421 .ed to join in the fun as spec Lunch Buffet $1.25TWO
: Pierce announced that the re: and Anderson. ..Junior High inII On Court St.? N. Wild Olive Ave., Daytona tators. In llrnilfortl Th) ftttmll County CliinrtN, Florida Court C'.Of M..
Beach who will lease it to Tiny Tots are off to a good ".Nu. IX-illK
the Post Office Chnrlex A. 0...vll1Mon. Ttoute VEGETABLES ll:00''ajn. to 2:00: p.m.
start this year. Monday there
1 Box 31. 1."I..y." Florida.
.-. : [Continued FroUl Page One eight years with: renewal were only ten present but Plaintiff, VK Harold Hartel,

.. said no decision on accepting options running through 15 Tuesday: there were 19 chil- r vhoHe f,fi>ndnnt.NOTirK, .residence IH unknown, I ASSORTED SALADS

p a bid for the new machine years. dren on hand for games, stor- TO APPKXK Dinner Buffet f
: SUMMER i l't1l be made until after they The new post office will be ies coloring and refreshments.This IIldBn TO,:'"Harold In Unknown Jlartel.: nhone re- I ROLLS BUTTERTEA $1.75 '

see a National} Cash Register located on the north side of Friday we will be tak- You are hereby notified thata
machine. Burroughs submit- Navarre Avenue about three ing a trip to the Highland Zoo promlHMory milt for note damniren haN heen upon fllMd a 1ih COFFEE 5::00() p.m. to 9::00 p.m.I'eoOpj1.

II ted the low bid. blocks east of the present site. and each consecutive ,Friday affalnHt. you In the above-named
Preliminary estimates indicate will take Court !and cautie and you me"
-J Councilman Jimmy Mc- the group a trip.
Rae said he agrees with Coun. that the initial Investment in Mrs. Griffith is interestedin -

: cilman Tom NoUn that work thn project will total approximately having Individual ,with talents -

r should be done now to pre.I $11,268. slides of travels to a
I new budgets since the present The new one-story bulldng foreign land or who have
I June 21
Friday, -- Only fiscal year ends Sept. 30.( The will be air-conditioned and lived! in foreign lands who
Council determined that the will provide more 'working I might be able to contribute

.. I I ""police, fire and utility depart- room than the present quar stories games, or easy crafts
: 10:00 A.M. TO 5:00: P.M. '. ''ments are working now on ters. It will have an Interior which would be of interest to

.. new budgets. Plans are for space of 864 feet compared 4 to 6 year old children.
committees for each depart- with a total of 630 square feet I Also any local service club,

I 8 X 10 sioo'1PORTRAIT ment to work with depart- in the present building. agency or organization which

ment heads in preparing individual The new post office i.. expected could contribute a helpful GREAT VARIETY! tftilGRFAT FATING! &} GREAT !
I spending bills. to be completed by program would be greatly appreciated. -I FOOD

,1 Florida statutesetttbg.up October 1, and space in the The time set aside
I -The new present building will then be for such a program is 11 to GREAT
... 1 f 4 Bureau ,and requiring 200 abandoned for postal pur-'111:30: a. m. i
poses. Please contact the Pratt,
hours training for new policeman
it NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY was discussed with Chiefof The Postmaster General explained Street Department: .
.. !| that additional space CENTER OPEN DAILY"FOR
police Bobby( Biggs.
the law will haveno and equipment will mean TEENAGERS
chief said greater efficiency in line with I Parks & Recreation H DAVIS GROCERY'AND
Don't Miss This One! effect now since the state ', The Starke -
: President
Johnson's would like to inform all
I has yet to set up training
to the best Recreation
provide possible teenagers that the!
schools; there are no faclli-
: All Ages 1 To Family No GroupsNewbern's I postal service at the least| Center located in the OldArmory
,ties at present for anything
: ; I.except 6n-the-Job( training for possible cost.Because i I is open dally from 11
officers. said. the building will be to 5:30: p. m. for ages! 13 to,
Studio new privately owned, the land will 19 for supervised recreation.The .I
Councilman McRae reportedthat
; ; Attorney Pierce is meetIng stay on local tax rolls. The Pool Table and ping pong MARKET
Post Office Department's cap table have proven to be the
with the Police Department -
.. ital Investment is limited primarily most popular pastime for the
: 114 N. Walnut St. Starke, Fla. Inform one them hour of criminal per week pro to to postal equipment. I I participating teens now. A

I cedures.It Juke box has been installedfor
: Phone 964-7124 _. agreed to present Lloyd H. Lewis I the enjoyment of the
.. was Services Set youngsters also. 401 W. Brownlee (S.R. 16 West) Starke Phone 964-6725

.-. I ,. ___n It is also planned to open '
.4 In WilmingtonLloyd the center the same eveningIf

.... there is enough demand.We WEEKEND BARGAINS THURS. FRI. SAT. ONLY
.. H. Lewis of Wilming will appreciate it if the ,
.. ton Del. died Tuesday in a boys and girl will make

-.. Wilmington hospital as the result known their desires concern Our Store Has Just Been Completely Air Conditioned For
ot injuries received in
a ing the dances. We are thinking
.. fall at his home earlier this about having a middle of Your
.. month. the week dance If it proves to Shopping Ample Parking Facilities

.... I A Lieutenant Colonel during be popular-.So you teenagerslet
his active service with the Army us know.

.-. Engineers during World TilE NU SOUNDSTO
.. ..I I, War II. he was stationed at PLAY JUNE 21 You'll Appreciate 'The ,
CAmp Blanding during one perIod The Starke Parks & Recre
of his service and later
... I tran'forred to Ft. Lewis, Wash.,u '

.-...... .-7: DON'T LET ANYONE : i I A native of Pennsylvania, he I Don't Be Difference In Our >


....... .. :.' : fl4'r' ;-'.-.,--. -'%' i what Total Uy you Advertised rant actually of contract pay.Prices Get In FRY LIMIT .25cFIRST

.. the R I'AL': FACTS before E RS TWO LB. -
:: you sign. Our payments are

; from $8 to $15 per month
j4 less, with the same down
: payment and number of

') month" to pwy. A per cent U. S. GOOD WESTERN
honk financing. No hidden CUT.LlHO .
Ask charges. Ten top manufao-

.:.. Use Travelers- Checks! I!I Charley Johns E. urers OVERHEADDoes represented.LOW It! 590 1/2 BEEF LB. $3 C

: Convenient, safer than cash/soldhere, at _
The Owners Cut For Your Freezer
: minimum rates our Travelers Checks I
Dad antrnrad-
: .. enable you to carry all the vacation, holi. About this question: Drive The Trucks

: day, or business trip "money" you nee 1 "Husiness ALL SIZES ONDISPLAY
Interruption insurance Ga. Red Van
: Camp Plantation Golden Ripe
wherever and whenever travel without
you to normal
: fear of irreplaceable loss or theft'Buy them! business earnings pay in spite I 8 10 12 ,WIDES TOMATOES PORK & BEANS GRITS BANANAS
of fire or other insured 1/ BATHS
AND EXPANDABLES 16 oz. Can 16 Can .
.-. perils boiler and mach- oz. Lb

'and inery liability insurance coverage- theft- LAKE GENEVA lie 17c 4 Lbs. 29c lOc

are they all available in a

i FLOFUDA Mercantile I'ackave Policy MOBILE HOMES

from Charley E. Johns ,

.l ; t i-' '" //B.rIH'KI'. :''lfT-. ;S:T'A.R.! : 'K, E.." : Agency?" : A LE, S Convenient Store Hours at Supermarket Prices ,

_...._.. .._ Charley E. Johns I II
001' One mile S.E. OPEN 7:00 A.M. TO 10:00 P.M. SUNDAY
.. Keystone 8:00 A. M. TO 8:00 P. M. '
I Agency I Ii Heights on Route 100.
= 'Member Federal Deposit insurance Corp.

a -One of"30 Banks of the-Florida-National Group I PHONE 9( 1- 070 j_ Phone 173-4320 MR. & MRS. DORSEY' L. DAVIS

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: :: ,:;J .j .. A I TO JOIN US IN THE '; 1 1r

c-; :. L! CELEBRATIONy. ,

: Over 4,500 New and Used d Cars Sold and Kept Rolling to the People of Bradford, Union and Surrounding Counties During These Ten Year. 4

For Your Palfonage( and Friendship, We are Indeed Grateful So\We Are Going To Offer to the Public the Greatest Buys Ever Duringthe
Months of June and July
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SERVING' FOR You Are Invited To Our ,
THIS 10 '

OUR BUSINESS' 1968 Fairlane Hard Top
: COLD DRINKS 36 P*ri"4
with Service us.goes It means:far offering beyond the initial finest selling cars F R E E TICKETS TO DAYTONA MonthsTo $ 2498 Stock. NollC1559and.trucks'in J
,their field., It means fair 400 Pay .- i
prices 'on all 'repair and replacementwork.
It means promises kept on service -
deadlines. It sincere EQUIPMENT- Vinyl Roof, Body Side Moulding, Vinyl :
means a Register Here f for New Torino G. T. Convertible -- .
"Thank You" for the trust you have Upholstery,White Tires, ,Wheel Covers, Radio, Heater, Au i!
placed in!us. It means we will continue To Be Given Away FREE at Daytona Fire tomatic Transmission '
to do all in our power to keep a satisfied
.1, customer cracker[ 400 July 4th. PLUS 2 TICKETS FREE TO DAYTONA 400 ;t
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Terwillegar Sells For Less. Highest Trade Allowance. Low Bank Financing. 36 Months to,.Pay. ** And

I rl ," Your Car Will Be>Serviced. i.. .in One of the Largest, Best Equipped Service Departments in This.... .Area. ., !. .:
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TO)' BE GIVEN AWAY\ JUNE 29th JUNE 29th 1 1968: TAG '
With Any Mustang PurchasedDuring
1 1968 MUSTANG
F 1r The Month Of_ _June

Until June 29th
TO BE ANNOUNCED DURING 2 FREE Reserve Seat Tickets .
To Daytona-Firecracker 400 ..
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MONTH l Payment .MONTH PER Payment MONTH ;

T'E R WI L L E GA R MOT RS Your Authorized. Ford Counties.Dealer in Bradford and Union,
206 W.Madison Sl 1 Phone 961-7200 Slarke Fla. rd
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band C. W. Thomas, March '1093 to '57 he 'served .M ,.; iiro
Hal Bishop SecondIn 14, has been filed in Circuit Sheriff Reddish past r of the First" Methodist Blanding; Dcstin Become J !

FLORIDA Court here. Church, at .Qulfport :Fla. He '
The motion filed by Gainesville moved. to the Anona. Community Permanent ,Home. for Guard 1.

Attorney SigsbeeSciuggs Methodist Church .. '.-.- ,

L THEATRE Cecil-: :Field! GolfStaike's I who represents Mrs. Has Surgery near Clearwater' from 1067"63. Camp.':'Blanding.appears'do e-. 'lag the summer and Bland- '

Thomas, terms the $20,000 I. From .1862-64 be Attended 1.!tined to 'become amount "unreasonable and ex- the. :Yale University.( : School of summer Jiom of .the Florida the Guard's two-week Officer '
Harold' six the ninth hole. had Reddish --
Bishop was on He Sheriff P. D Is re
orbitant" and requests that i it t' for BTM 'National Guard.. : .
Divinity his ,degree ; according- Candidate; School In .July.ThCi
edged one stroke and had ,.to four birdies, Including two cuperating in St. Luke's Hospital ? ; I
Sho'wtime-Wekdays' I I _ ;
7 be reduced to a "reasonable and la 1964 was assigned, to comments made this! Week toy Stark"Ouar4 \unit Is .
settle for the runnerupspotthe JO..foote1'8.Baseball. In after
.Jacksonville ,
Sunday 3 amount"Scruggs _ the Mlramar MaJ. Gen. Henry W."McMillan .
:06. Saturday IFRL Chu:vti. ,
.at,>> w41l.
now Ie.n4u.l8'an4 return -
., fourth time this summer surgery Friday, June 14, for 4c
the :1:1t.nor- .
also asks that the Rev.' Farabee vas born In Adjutant General:: '
to the new here
in the Cecil Field' NAS IiwlI kidney stones, liia office armory
SAT. JUNE Game _ ida.
,. 21,22 I Court declare Mrs. Thomas + Ft Myers and attended public this Saturday to check In I IequiPll1ent.
tatlonal golf tournament Sunday
indigent and that she be allowed week. schools there. He was 'Inducted Blanding wtwfesed, ,extensively ", -
Set Sat.
Night .,.used on the two-
Double Feature June 15. The sheriff's 'l I
Program recovery was t.iv ,, for summer ( the (
I to subpoena her wit- : into the U. 8..Army In ,p-aWiIg.lby:;, week encampment. '
Bishop carded concluding termed, "normal" by his son.
a '.
Florida Guard In 1967. and this
J- ,A baseball game betweenthe nesses for the upcoming trial 1944 and served his basic '
73 one under winner EdmondJrnes' Sheriff Bed-
i Lincoln at the expense of Bradford: Deputy Dolph training at Camp Blandingand Bummer the; number-: 8ra41stng<
prmnti! : 74 Sunday. but at 73 dish. ,
BLAKE I the Doctor's Inlet Wins is scheaiueu *vuntv. The motion was filed then served In'the Euro there >has been further' increase Robbery Try
A EDWARDS PRODUCTION Saturday was two over Jones' I Sheriff! Reddish' entered the ed. Priorto- 1987".:th& Florida
II tltao: p. m. Saturday Monday June 17. pean Theatre with the 79tn. .
leading 71 forth first day. hospital'last Wednesday night
: Guardsmen took jthein "untm 14fr B&E Under.Investigation
: : June 22, at the BradforHlzh : Mrs. Thomas to be tried Infantry Division .
PeterSeUs was
Janes resident: St the '
I a of Simons School I after an attack from He.obtained. nil AB degree trebling' out!:" Island Ga. and stationed: diamond. this month. but the trial was stones. He was also in pain Gen MclIWanj, al4 that
0'.. at Glynco NAS In Brunswick. Tickets wlll.be 60 cents for I postponed for the term by last Tuesday night but be- from' Emory University to: 6.000 of
1 Ga. had a 145 total to Bish adults and.. 30c",.' for children.Bond Judge George L. Patten upona came !ill at work Wednesday 1949 and.hjs degree Bachelor from Yale of University Divinity !-' men 'noW, take ,;mandatory
op's 148 over 36 holes. 'k\ \ motion by Scruggs. Reddish has been troubled NewMinister two weeks training: at'Bland- Bradford' County Sheriff!
< School of Divinity li>
Bishop had nines of 40-33 Reduction; some time by kidney stones..Appointed At I 1952. Ing. and ttnorovement of facilities .peparfcment has under investigation
for a 73 Saturday: total, then Local FFAMembers No date has been announced to handle ,the.other, 2.- an attempted armed
shot nines 36-37 Sunday. The Requested For for his release ;from St First Methodist Rev.. Farabee fa ma'tried to 000 trot.is )J.'I1der..consideration. robbery and a break-In which
I I the former Ann Pinchbeck of
two-time Cecil:Field Champion Win Luke's. ,Artillery units still train occurred over the weekend of
I Rev. 'DeWitt T.-Farabee. 43; Guilford;Conn. They have '
three putted the final Mrs. out ,of the state, due to lock June 15-W.'.
ThomasA who holds Master'of Sacred four children 11 :
hole for a par to miss match- a Fayeanne : ranees' Bland-
jf adequate, Seen of the
attempted rob
State AwardsThe Beach. Theology degree from the .J Edith, 8: Martha; 6. !
Inn Jones' 145.
motion to reduce the 20. I ing. The construction of. artjlllery bery -was. the Kayo >Service
The Starke golfer had 17 Five Starke-Bradford Chapter Yale University.School of Divinity ar l: Paul' De>W1tt. 2%. !Mrs. wOuld-be'' '
\ 000 bond Mrs. Sue Thomas : ranges amend .Station 'onL. North Temple
on S'aike FFA Chapter
I Ior pars. ',' members, were among 205 has been1 appointed% the Farabee Is a registered occupational still
Lawtey housewife charged team of Mike Tew and Jimmy FFA members in the state new minister at the First" !. therapist.. the largest expenditures: Avenue in Starke accordingto
Jones emerged on top despite with first ,c'egree murder in Alvarez won second place In Methodist Church Starke.. needed. at ,BlahdUvj , Deputy Sheriff Glen Moore.:
whose labor income from their Rev. V. J. after '
I taking a double bogey the pistol slaying of her hus- the state sweet coin processingand Ragsdale 8_ 2.JOO Florida, OuaixJa- Early' Saturday morning thenttht !
supervised occupation experience Rev. Farabee, comes to serving two years at the' First !
.. 'now winding two attendant, Mite Knotts.
asses! afc t.hi 40th an'tm"IIr' men, are up ;
J totaled $527- Starke from the Miratnar Methodist Church here has
'" State Future Farmers of weeks of summer training.:atBland.ner. fought off his assailant and \
NNMI 377 to be awarded State Far- been appointed'to the .
Methodist Church near Holly DeSary
America Convention ,being ; and spent this,week suffered severe head lac
mer Degrees: Gregory Alvarez, wood, Fla., where he served Methodist Church. 'In He returned to the
yield this week in Daytona in the fleOd.WbUe engaged erations.
'our $l178' Gene Mel- 1994-64. I I
years from .
intents Job-after treatment at the
tactical :zeroisesliving:
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H or It 301 DriveInSHOW yin. three years $599: James I ,
A 16-year veteran of themir.istry. from' field Bradford Hospital,
ADDING MACHINES: Mann -; and;:eating{ .. County i
Mott four $1.387 Cecil
years ; "
Rev. Farabee firstservo .
PLUS TYPEWRITERS: Manual or Stalnaker, three years, $885. as, associate ministerat l .r ektrle. For tale or,! kitchens.. ?* V* V-fc: < .however.
Electric For sale or rent. and Jerry Whitehead four rent.'Adf lubtract. credit batace. Smaller group elJ bf'Ouards- ; 1 TYPEWRITERS Manual or I Ifefctrle

Bradford County Telegraph. years, $12,729. "the First Methodist Church .-. Bradford County T.lerrapb. -|,I men will. report to :Standing. !Fw-ml;J:.or rent. I I,
BEGINS AT SUNDOWN In Clearwater In 19 2-53. Front ) for training at intervalsdutFOR ,j'' ,; .
'Him Who Loves ADMISSION: Adults V5c Students) 60e

Ain't Cot Time To Hats!".j! Children Under 12 Free j'I I

TIIURS.,,, FRL, SAT. JUNE 20, 21, 22. '

,YC1\1c} _

.JlotT nc It 1 Double Feature Program __


: Siiaut *.c-.J L DEAN I I smucii f I ANNE I

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,"COlDS h;...q! '4l. o; .\ :... -i NEW! MOBILE HOMES, Chic- ,., : ,
II ,r. .In .t.A OW TO saVE A MaRRlA"PS1 II kasha 20' :x 24' wide. Buddy-r :
YMAI % \\Nlf.Y.itfI\t'IRO.. you find your name among the Classified Ads, .ITS DAT* 2.
.4 .. Clemaon: Layton travel trailers .
AND Bur, yOUR UfE 4 or.
... -- G- ; ; : ..._ I come to the Telegraph: office and ..receive TWO, ,' Liberty,' Taylor, Azalea. I Move your '_ insurance
I. .. ..... ; ,. Buy, sell, trade. Tear.bank.financing I-
I :. :-\ '.... FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre(or ;301. 'Drive" : *. free set up and delivery. business to "The'Man' iII iI-

SUN., MON., TUES. BUCKEYE TRAILER .from Keystone" .- '>
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/: JUNE 23, 24, 25 I I Theatre, Passes In. MART,.'INK; ] 6912 BlendIng, : .

., 1. :Jax.- 17 -87r6.. tfrhg George E.LaRuINSURANCAGENCY

; HASTINGS MATTRESS FoB PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration ',uSED VACUUM clnftm reconditioned ; ,

& UPHOLSTERY WORKS Serv1ce. Home.a.nc1: nil up..10 dIfferentia Auto -. Fire;- wn.rI'LIFE' .
110 Lemon st. Patetlia Commercial. Phone; 473-3090' e brand, *' to chooSe' from. ?' ---
ACCIDENT'keystone }
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.JMCS HENRY Furniture Repaired P.'O. Box"19.KeystonAi.'trchfiTHANK' : ;Parts At: excellent.. repairs a* I

I. Upholstered &: liefiniahed makea.cTRBT HALKW .* : .#freIghV'47489you -...' :

tlfully engraved la* gold 'or vUle 3Tfl-7ilO. .tfchgi"OR ". W ,'.. '. BUY. SELLTRADE
New Innersprings silver. $*.25 for bdx of, J.V"in J BILL POWELL
and' Box Springs cluding RENT furnWhed adrcondltloned II need,a home: we.,'cat 1 'Bea. Estate
envelopes. -- BradfordCounty ,
I2WJ Drop VII A Cord or Call suit, you. : Lovely a 'bedroonlome
,e PALATKA EA 8-9168 .Telegraph.. ,' '? .tf efficiency apartment. nice! location.. AltiG"l 20 acres close: In.High and dry
MRS. PEGGY 8HALLEBW9 I Rennr Aipts.. :. 633 McMahon. and 2 bedroom apartments on paired road.
HMMbtaiwfciiwiin& ( fntaiinmtiTBCHNICOLOWrANAVISIONTHOM tIAc ,.,w wiwvn MCW I ) E. .EVSTJBANOBAT Ph. 964- 2'l9. tfchg IV..H. Nollman.- 'tfchgC0DL5 .2.'bedroom, 2 bath house excellent -'
Adkln '
= WANNCK BflO..SgVttSUN. A T Status. Arm'St. RCDUCCD: .*''IDS' I,.... .: r ....----...---'".,...-.., .. ..... neighborhood

I AUTO, mac!, BOAT. _. 84 ,.unimproved. Priced

a ., MON.TUES.WED.;".. ., .-JUNE; .. '23, 21, 25, 26 COMER'S LAKEVIEW Beach' INSCBANJCBPUMPS DOYLE E. 'OONNJCB.AGENcy':, : I IN f ,:SUMMER r"! : ,'to sell.1S3 ,acre.. Improved._ 'Paved Y
; and Cottages, at Earieton. Oottagea .
I.t. Doubte-Teature' : i *:Program .' tfcbg; .road '*ndrailroad, frontage.:
; I I -11 reserved Week or month., t
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WED.. THURS. --- "404 W. Madison St.
I t. 'I Parking $1.00 per car. Swim or +
Ss: Phono'Off. 984-R464 '
| JUNE 26, 27Flf.i" picnic free. Phone 468-1129, FEDD.ERS'

/ ILE M Waldo. 12tch* 6-27 I 4WANTEII I Ii
14'i NUT : T JMN I VSD: gas cook
t. w a GREAT LAKE Mobile Home- stove or electric refrigerators, <
ANTHONY QUINN I 5 riiilnlt Rit' ER' 3 bedrooms bath, like new: .beds,. '.dinette sets, bedroom'
4AN Phone 473-4178. AU Florida Deep, & Shallow Wells' sets sofas and chairs. Phone
; BATES p I A UNIVERSAL PICTURE In CO.OR.J' I 4-1923.. Dahmers. tfchg ,
'IRENE, PAPAS .J .....'."''P.TV""' .,<.... THE CU."CAlNSr.......NTNow. ......... Mobile Homes 4tchg 620Uellrement Water Softeners & Filters.. WINKLER ELECTRIC I 114C. :
... Servke.
,Expert On RALE:
r, -._'-'- .' '. : or Small Family' FOR OR TRADE-'with
MICHAELCACOYANNISPROOUCTON ,( ,.:\V."PLUS': ; -__ Frame dwelling nicely finish( All Makes SN"'Temple i cJoIIv1't' -,,:ymerit. Land 789 front I

; ed, two bedrooms, fenced yard, Phone 964-7061 ,23< !' Ave. Phone9644595bAhL4J&LAL&AAA&A}: > ttage 'oa,.. Highway 230. 1 ,

'ZOA t. _. WE MAKE paved street. A real bargain. DURRANCE PUMP : .mlfe east of Starke city limits., I''
at 600000. Phi I 9 4r5211 or 964-6128. ,
AND SUPPLY co... : .
THE ORt' PJIJI.LIS! A. J. Thomas, Rnnltor. : '., .,.:'"" tfchg;

.1....._............._ I KEYS Tel. OOi-5701( I Ai;
IUSL FOR. RENT 3 room and 1
I I L'urroi 1vm I "* bath furnished cottage. Phone I'' HEATS IN THE SWEET CORN i

b M i>i M.n.t >11 i 964-5337. tfchg .
I-.12 15,2 40,S 05. 7.40, 1D.1D.... A UNIVEASAL PICTURE _ BARGAINHOUSES DID YOU KNOW it's easy town No. 670-E-Z $140 per mo. J In. : V,
I FOR SALE-BRICK HQUSffi a Longehmmp Home -comef-isaatfcywni-:Ureoe ,.

Up to 18% words. ____. 1.25 I ready'' for occupancy. it" bedroom Better built for F>.aids .Uving. 2 furnlshed-renlals.' ; >.toWsh :9 : ::
(Minimum charge) '1 bath. JLJcatcd* juat ,i ,Yourplanar Or.,.,oura '''school'and,:town.center. A.M.JT6.P.M. 'J:
2 and :3 bedro6-m'Hamp-I outside of city- limits InFlnebreeze. : ;
Your lot or ours contact Bu NO. 741- eCENXC RETREAT '!I. 5150a1bushei;
ElI'Ch' word over 13 ? .07 ton and Theressa, $50'' Easy monthly fore" Mitchell phone I i984- on sand botton l lake and Park ( i \" .' .
terms. Longehamp Coast Co. 6853 P.- Box PUrketftf ,J. .l w ftJnwignt:
Extra charge If not down will finance. .O. 238. with 2 droom Dtincralov.on
Drive paid In advance ___ .35 II Contact Bufoid" Mitchell huge shaded.lot. Cool tummer } FIriIia
In ;084-6813. P. .
Theressa Community pone O. Boa breeZes., Convenient !-to..
hop- a r
218 i i Starke. tfnh j '* I
Memorials, Resolutions take hwy. 100 S to Brin- i JIMMYMOORE'SSUN ; ping. Would you'believe" '$5- 2 Mi. E. Starke on State

son Store turn right go MEN' ''WANTED Laundry SPORTS 600.Desire just. a.lot?41.-. .. -. Road 16

7 cents per word 1-2 mile house left. workers:'Kltctien aids, labor- MOORE BOAT FOB 200. .
era cottage parents watchman YOUR MONEY
Buick CARDS OF THANKS In Hampton on street cooks and clerics.. Five Stark Ph. 864-8791": 2117 N. .Temple Ave.BUrke. .; LAROE'MORTAGE Company

behind school about 1 day week eight hour day. SERVICE --- .Pie' n a has several h uses In Starke
80 words or less ___ 3.00 .L[ : (904)( 964-6609.
.. block from school. State retirement, vacations, SPECIAL, and aarroundlng area for sale.
sick leave.If interested, pleaSe No,.. :
U&UfyJng..UQO down low
Kivh word over 50 __ .07 Call Collect USED FISHING ENGINES: ARE YOU planfltl2gan'extra
for Mr. Lee
; apply In'persOn Personnel monthly. payments. Call Jacksonville
I 1904 Mercury S.B1IP. -
room to homo)
521-0644 Atlanta, Ga. Manager, Sunland TrainIng 1967 Johnson 914 HP. your garage :collect.388-0181. BIll
g remodel! maka ? If
I IN TOWN I Housing Service Corp. .Center, Oalnesvllle.Fla-! 1&88 Seam 7V4HP. Used so. call Buford or Mitch repairs] .Lonfehunp .Matheny. gtchg 714 '.
I' :
I. |; .._ __
Bargain Lakeside Home :tcha:711 Stumpknorker.SSVERAVCXX Constryictlon\ for,Fr.. xtOut, OfTownThreebe4

2 : >D USED Add Estimate:' Phone 964-6853. '>, ,. : 1 rood, frame dwell- .:
Story 6 Rooms I RENT -. unfurnished 5 hlshed.APARTMENTS Utilities f Rent:'"far. ing Machines for sale --.'elec- : : :.} |n g>, i..,modem ..conveniences, ,
$9,150 room. :2 bedroom house, closein. 964-6852. tries;. subtraction credit balance .. clean,and nice 2H! miles out.
S. 268 Park Place or call 964- tKhg Bradford County Tele U. d Mowers Push or- Bide 'Paved Road. ,lot 80 x 200 ft.,

E. McKay Realtor 6088, 2tchg 6'20' EXP m.IENcED Baby' sitter graph. .: tf We Trad.- We'R palr garden'.' ,land. Price M.OOOOO. '

rand Keystone Heights FOR KENT-Unfurnished 3 will work by day. or. hour. FIRESTONEFree Terms. A-J. Thomas, Realtor. .
get FOR RENT TV eta.- Tel. M4-S701
473-4816 'bedroom! house. Contact Mrs Phone 964-6228 ltpP'ORR8NT.,3 ) Pick Up ,.
beds,, -9U1ta5 and amplifiers
D. L Sllcox, 331 Clark In City:
St. : : Br.:" '1i \\JBe' :SSrf; refrigerators by. day. Phone 964-7393 I 'FOI',SALE;-By owner in order -
CROSBY LAKE ltchg 9R-229A' off SR-16 in Hell- week or month.. Phone. 964- U to"aattl*- estate 2 duplex
Two half acre lots on East side FOR RENT Modern three ibronn Springs section Phone. 7923. Daftmem. tfchg : I apartment buildings with fur-
of Lafte for sale. A J. Thomas 9647244. nlshingsincluded.., Located a-
bedroom It pd
house. / ,
Tile bath
a Realtor! Tel. 964-5701 new I FOR RENT-1 bedroom fur- USED FUKNITIJRE cros from BH3 Large corner
Bargain Phone cabinets. 128 N. Orange St. FORWENT' -Furnished Apartment .! .pished I cottage.! Large room' AND APPLIANCES tat weD landscapedj Each unit
FOR RENT-2 bedroom furnIshed 468-1889. *
utilities and 1805 with driveway an
) 6-27 Carport. private vPJI LSTERll'GFENNELL'S. alr-condltloned' and; modern
trailer. Phone 964-7498 2tp Ralford Road. Phone 9647013. front porch. Renner Apta, 63? throughout. 100 per cent j oc-

Itche HELP A.NTED-JExperlenced Mrs. L. D. Green. 2tchgr 6-27 McMahon.. 964-6279 tfch* cupancy. Easy ,financing If de-

Cabinet Maker. alred..Lou1ae 'Banner, 633 Mc-
Apply Hampton
FOR SAILS WestinghouseStereo FOR RENT Small unfurnished BARGAIN CENTER.
; AVON CALLING Mlllworks, Hampton, Fla. $30; shoe skates, $10. house. Call 984-9724 1'/ Ml. So. 301 Btarke Mahon., ? .. Pb.. : 964-0279.. tfchg
Buick. Needed: 3 ladles for Starke ltchg Good. condition. Ph. 9646364.It after 5pm., 2tohg 8gQ|
and l #Hiirroundlngr area. Apirn MODERN Mountain Cottagefor I ANTIQUES USED Furniture
|, \. .I hour a day for rent $40 week completely, WANT to mow lawns.r.Phone: gas'stoves, electric stoves> appliances -
.. Avon Representative. I will furnished. Weeks available in FOR RENTpaclous. unfurn- 964-7178 2tp 9120! ( of,all kinds. Lumber,
ished, 3 '
he at thp Holiday Inn, Hwy. I July. August and September.I Also bedroom 2 house, and FOR KENT-Attractive fur Prompt Service plnpood. 'roofing. Pre-hung
r-r bedroom
801 North, Starke Tnelda ', garage. furnished .95 We have
: ) I R. E. Edmondaon Star Route Dished bachelor AdUlts doors $11 new.
_____ June Z\ from 11 a.m. till 2 cottage. W. H. Nollman apartment. For and windows
Box 32, Black Mountain. N. C. ,, only. Air conditioned Repairs used doors come
p.m. *uml would like to meetyou I 28711. Phone ((704)) 669-6861 Itchg Gladys Harrington 837 N out and browse around. We

[ At Buick I dealer. there for employment, I 2t 6-27 FOR SALE-Chevrolet Impala Walnut St. Itp : LARGE OR SMALL will save you money.,Old Orlf-
, your or write Audrey O'Neal I'. coupe 1984.: Also Tr. 4 Tri its Trading Post.. 2tt miles
, I O. D<>"\, IIS, nulneMVlllf, F.... Phone QUALITYPLUMBING north Starke on 301.
NEED A BIO HOUSE? umph. 964-6491 or 964- FOR RENT: -2 modern wl"! I .0
r Ph. 872-0121.! Its'hg 1, 7753.. Itp furnished'" water front cottagesPh. 2tp 6'21':

; '} I I Two frame dwellings,,each a- 533-2381. Brown. Rt. 1. CO.
: @M'-] 'bout 1,400 'sq ft., silitahIe for I I HOUSE: !FOE RENT-3 :bedroom Box 361, Klngsley 'Lake. Itchg FOR SALE-2 bedroom house,
-" TYPEWRITER RENTALSDay larga family for nterrantllepinpom's furnished house '
I oKingsley" furnished"or unfurnished.
'VI -. .. Brad. or for lake l Lake-year, rn1l'nd. See ,' bedroom house Ph. 964-5039
uoek or month FOR RENT-2 Comer Pratt & Polk. Inquireat
...... ..
-,, .. I I I ford County Telegraph. Phone moves them. A. JL BUYf'ol'j Mrs. Rosennorjj at. Rosonberg's city limits, $50 monthly. Ph.i I Old Trading Post, 2% miles

,I- -..:. ."._ -. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 964-6o03:; ._ U 1 Realtor, Tel. 904-B701. Store. .. _. tfchg 9044801. ..Ucngj I, ,north! :'of:Starlce,_on 301._ttcb


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."'. 'if tw>" .. 1 9a'.grRR'' ';'.x:'',' i quality of Mrs. John Simpson The farmers acknowledged

Sincerely yours that tf the army had not entered -
+*;sT .l Prlscllla Tanner the market they 'would

probably be selling their.corn' !
Dear Mr. Matthews: for 15 cents a dozen. Most 'of

,'A National Disgrace"As Your June 13 editorial Is the corn was for. the service

both amazing and distressing. men at Camp Blanding but
, was expected, our editorial 1 I Newsletter, Senator George Sma- June 11, 1968 How can any intelligent per- some of It was sent to Drew
calling for letters to Congress in thers says: "I firmly believe that Dear Sir: son believe that a gun control Field at Tampa. In early June

5 support of more adequate controls we will have to make a first step The following letter is a law, no matter how strong, when the sweet corn crop was

P;, on the sale and possession of fire- toward ending the mayhem and ? hi j '1'i tribute to the beloved Mrs will prevent criminals from about 85 per cent' 'harvested
arms has drawn some fire from murder by passing comprehensivegun i John Simpson I hope you getting them. The criminals the Army had taken. 48,000

those who look upon any and alls control legislation which applies -i : will print It. don't obey the present laws, dozen and the price was 27
restrictions an Infringement on to both pistols and 'long j;v as Today it Is said that teenagers why would they obey this one? cents a dozen. The array'was
( are disrespectful and A criminal would rather steal also In the market for other
their "right" to bear arms. guns. I do not see, in a societythat "
r' don't care. This is true of a gun than buy one anyhow, fresh vegetables. buying I
These well-worn falacious arguments requires registration of auto-
| some, but the others It putsto so only the law-abiding citi- squash, cucumbers, Fordhooks
} follow the line laid down mobiles and boats, how anyone'sConstitutional rr shame. I'm not writing this zen suffers.As ;Irish potatoes and: most any I

,i by the National Rifle Association rights will be Impaired '" ,a. >; to show that there are still for registering guns the fresh vegetable in the market. I

;\ in its unceasing and unrelenting: if he is also required to moral, decent teenagers, but plan is quite simple. After Cucumbers were selling from
\ barrage of propadanda aimed ,at register his gun. I further do not mr I'm writing this on behalf of they're registered, we have $2.50 to $4 per hamper and

preventing any gun control legIs- see why we should allow mail or- the many students of Mrs. another assassination then squash at $2 per crate.
1\ lation whatsoever. der gun sales to remain virtually John Simpson as a tribute to comes the clamor to take our -
guns away. It's been done In Senator Hal y Maine of
The NRA and its followers unregulated. Certainly, each ., e ,' b her.To
argue: "Why require a responsible American must repudiate violencein many of us whom Mrs. other countries, as I'm sure BradfordUnon: Counties had I
Simpson has taught, she was you know. Introduced and obtained passage ;
with thought and deed but equally
\ citizen to comply some restrictive
a truly devoted person. She For those so stupid, as to in the Florida Senate of
certain is the fact that
I law and let the criminal Congress
gun turn in their guns, we can several bllla Important to'lo'
was more than a teacher, she -
be the only one possessing must face the gun control issue in I, hope thief rapist etc. cal citizens.
' i /, was a friend. She gained Immense only no They. had yet to
I a more realistic than it yet {/ ,
weapons? way / pleasure from her many ever breaks into their home. pass the House.
As pointed out in a letter to has. hours of preparation and That man will have a gun. One bill brovlded for a minImum -

: the editor in Tuesday's Gaines- On the same subject, the Chris- teaching, as well as talking: I agree) with Mr. George of $5,000 annually for

ville Sun, this line of argument tian Science Monitor has this com- 1 with and helping the atudents.Teachln& Wallace who says "Let's register "- each county that would main
4 implies that gun; control measures ment: 11QayA' ,y' ,rpr I / was not a job to Communists, not guns. tain a hospital -which would
her, but more of a hobby or He also. says, "The way to accept indigent patients.
will disarm the responsible citi- "Nothing short of the registra- pleasing pastime. She saw the stop crime is to put the criminals Another would make common -
and allow the criminal to still tion of privately owned kGRE'L: .1
I' zen every problems in the classroom and in Jail. ; l i. carriers liable for livestock -
obtain weapons by illegal means. commercially stocked, and publicly h .1 tried to solve them. She sought Sincerely! killed. This applied to

I "I am aware of no legislation' pres- assigned firearms in the United nothing for herself, she just Mrs. Glen Duke railroads and provided that if
ently exisiting'nor any presently States can provide gun control wanted to help someone In r 2517 Davie Blvd. the ,value of the animal won'

proposed that will prohibit law worthy of the name. To such a law some small way. This was Ft. Lauderdale Fix ,not paid within 60 days the

' abiding citizens to purchase a must be attached drastic penal- where she obtained her greatest owner could sue.

weapon, own a weapon, or to legitimately ties for disobedience. If the Sen- pleasure. near Mr. Matthews: A bill taxing Jook organs
use the 'weapon," says ate and the House of Representatives Mrs. Simpson never did When we contemplate today's and plnball machines $25 per

I this letter. "The proposed meas- do not pass such legislation, A! anything to be famous for, prone world to !ibe, pessimistic we are naturally about year was was earmarked another. The for Old revenue
thus she Is not known world- Age
of they will be false with the
ures, such as the registration playing ,, wide. But no matter, her the future. 'Assistance and Aid to Dependent
firearms, the establishment of safety of every man, woman and death Is a big loss. Even What la portrayed to the Children. Based on the
cooling-off periods prior to the child in America, and will be dishonoring though she never ran for president people of America In the name number of machines the tax \
of the to the the of those i. of realism Is accepted without should amount to
delivery weapon purchaser memory or, senator, nor ever $252,000 I
and limitation of the sale national leaders who, in recent I ) ,;2'f i'i sought political recognition, in question or analysis.The annually
of firearms through the malls, will years have been brutally assassinated my heart and In the hearts of ple see Insistence thIngs as that they are peo-la Senator Malnes has also coauthored -

deny no one who has a legitimate. htk others she was as great as often the excuse given for what Rural a bill exempting the

use for firearms the 'right to pur- "Notwithstanding reports thata anyone could be. proves to be a hoax: perpetrated Electric Administration -
from taxes. It will
chase and own 'one." wave of public sentiment is In the short time that I In the name of realism. meana
of costs to electri
knew Mrs Simpson I learned But It Is In this knowledge
While agreeing with the state now increasing congressional willingness -
city customers of the H.EA.
to love, respect, and admire
of the truth, that there _,
ment that, "no new law will be ef- to pass strict legislation, her. She strived for quality -
be comfort and
fective in keeping out of we believe that only unremitting may hope. News of Men In Service:
weapons The Handwriting On The Wall and 'that's Important. She What we :see la not the rule, ;
the' hands of a criminal, "thd letter voter pressure can lead to any strived to see that the students but the exception:What we see [1943 :
points'out that most crimesof worthwhile remedial action. Congressional had a better school. She is really not the people of L. C. Smith Jr., son of,Mrs

violence are not committed by dislike of offending longed to see the "local ma- America, 'but the acts 'of small L. C. Smith and the late Rev.

professional criminals. Recent FBI powerfully organized lobbies (in ,,FARMER'SThe DIARYthere fia" punished. She sought to groups who' by no means, represent Smith of Graham, had ,been

figures show that eighty-two per this case the National Rifle As- spring drought Is justa see us, the student body of the thinking of the promoted to the rank of cor- j

cent of all murders in the U. S. are sociation) is too well known to allow dry old memory now as we Is no cure for rabies, BUS get a better education, great majority of the people of the poral and office placed in charge of
post for the 236th
and that the best thing to do and she shared unselfishly America.All .
of this of rain and
committed within families or any complacency on are getting plenty ,
Oroup at the Army Air
with her the In the world
know we'll is have pets inoculated againstthe us widerangingknowledge publicity
first thing ,
among acquaintances, generally score you disease. In her many years, cannot make a good product Force Bombing Range Avon
by people who had been law-abid "For years, there has been an find ourselves with more water she taught many to appreciate 'out, of an Inferior one Park, Fla
ing citizens until they suddenly almost unanimous demand on the what around to do than with.we'll A sign of Cabbage Is also supposed to the finer, more Important If we could portray honestlyand Bruner Baker, son of Mr.

went berserk. part of law enforcement officials this Is the fact that soon be good for making hair grow things !In life. sincerely the truth of and Mrs. Tracy Baker of

J. Edgar Hoover has repeatedly from FBI Chief J. Edgar Hoover, after a rain starts now, puddles on bald spots- but that too Is Yes, in her many years of America, its.greatness, the de- Keystone Heights, had Just'
said that "a review of the motivesfor on down, that the gun traffic be and pools form Quickly. obviously nonsense, for !In Ire- service to the community as votion of its people to moral been appointed:: Warrant Officer -
land where cabbage is consumed' a teacher, she' tried to help and religious! principles, Its Bruner and his brother.
murder suggests that a readily brought under control. It is a na- showing that the ground la
concern for the welfare of the Tracy,,Jr.,.now an Air Cadet'at
In amounts, others obtain broader know-
goodly a
accessible enables the tional disgrace that series the saturation point.
gun perpe- : a reaching .
the' ,bhM. hungry
aged. .dependent Douglas Oa.'Wer.e.' former f
rator to ,liiil on ,.Impulseand,4e: ,, .of,assassinations has. been able to, -,,, 4f>f, lr':: ,.::-t-'!' "'-f' there bald-headed are,a. large Irishmen; number-" .of' s ledge them,, to as,well achieve.*.to encourage Importantand ; the mentally and physically members'' of', the' Starke National -
' dared that "the spotlight of public move Congress to the whereit We had some' mighty hot If would
point Sam reputable goals in life. ill, and we portraythe Guard of the 124th Infantry -
attention should be focused on is willing to bother with fire- weather, last week, especially By McGarvey of abiding love In the Heartsof \ ...,
In fact, about the best thing She reached out to give
the easy accessibility of firearms arm legislation" for June, and that brought on about cabbage is herself what she couLd no the people of America for Fife. -J'. C. Prevatt, Jr., of
can say
some of the most violent tention of returning. I It. you America stands for,
1 and its influence on wilful killings The sad thing is that after thunder and lightning storms that I it tastes very good, especially matter what the cost to her all would that ,then Indeed be seeing MacDill Field spent the week-
we end with his parents at Law-
every assassination there is a we've had In some time. The We've always 'liked cabbage, with ham or corned health or to her life. She things as they are.

The fact that gun control mea- great hue and cry for gun control storms were accompanied by and now we read that Jt (is beef and potatoes and a generous gained the respect and frIend- Many thanks for !the opportunity tey.James W. Johns Is under,

sures can be effective is seen in legislation, then after a few strong 'gusts of wind, and at supposed 'to have magical helping of potllcker. It ships of most of her students, to be able to write a going boot trainingfor the

the crime statistics of areas where weeks the matter is forgottenand our place, live branches were qualities beyond relief. For may not grow hair, but it will as well as reaching out the letter to the editor, 'because I Navy at Bainbridge Md.

I strong gun regulations are in effect the heat is off of Congress, tom from'trees and the next instance It was once held to make even a bald-headed man hand of compassion to the know of a few: countries' a Walter King, who enlistedIn

as compared with figures in while the NRA and its followers morning our'place was litter- be' a cure for the bite of a, feel good. lonely, depressed esteem ones. She la 'person could be hot for,speak the Navy several weeks

other areas. According to the Sun continue their opposition efforts ed with debris.. mad dog, ,but today we know held the student in highest body and facultyof among ing out. ago, has been sent to the

: letter writer "If one compares without ceasing. The wind blew over a five- BHS and will be long remembered I read the letters to the editor United States Radio School at

crime rates in New York City This should not be allowed to year old dogwood, which had for the services she with great 'intercut to and It-, Alabama Polytechnic.Institute,
indeed credit
Is a your newspaper
with those in the nine next larg- happen again. It can be preventedby been knocked down once before '' ....010 freely;)and selfishly render' -Auburn\ Ala.
Lt. James T. Moore visited
est cities we see that despite New following Senator! Typings'.ad-,.. ,.*and which Sam had' .NEWS''''And 'NOTESFor ed to the teenagers.All Sincerely, his mother at Plant City and

York's fearsome reputation >of vice to let the members of Con- braced up with a stake. Apparently this was what she was '!Frank L. Wllldama relatives In the LawteyStarkearea

crime, that' city has the fifth, gress know that a majority of the the dogwood [or at Today' HomemakersBy to the school as a whole. She recently. ..

lowest as ault rate, the third low- American people axe demanding least this particular onel is was active also as a citizen of 25 Years Alvin Everett Mclnney, Jr.. ,
est murder rate, and the lowest sensible controls that may help shallow rooted because no Martha Sue McCata Bradford County. She set before AgoBy who. Is with the 486th Engineers -
I other shrubs in the yard were County Extension the younger generation a at
robbery rate. New York's strictly prevent not only the assassinationof Camp Claiborne
enforced Sullivan Law has madeit another public figure but also dislodged the by the tree wind Is braced gusts. Home Economics Agent good example. Among the her pro-accomplishments Alice MeOarvey La. recently visited his parents -
Anyhow, was
illegal for residents to buy or the deaths of at least a few of the Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mc-
the Crosby
and It
again now, we hope ject to clean up
... Local farmers, in 1943, got Kinney of Stance
own a hand gun without a police twenty-four private citizens who receiveda
the is She
will be safe as Lake Cemetery. from 35 cents to 41 cents a Pvt. Henry B. HInson of
permit. are murdered each day, 365 daysa one of our favorite ornamentals FermentedDill fermentation tremendous response from of
DILL PICKLES of brine during dozen for 4,250 dozen ears Hampton enlisted In the Army
L In his most recent Washington year in the United States pickles are made by a and storage must be replaced. all around and exceeded her sweet corn sold to the Army, Air Corps and was sent to

special process. The flavor of When fermentation( is over, goal. Mrs. Simpson both as according to acting managerof Moody Field Valdosta, Ga
r Bradford Shows Its SpiritOn Aided by plenty of rain and dill Is characteristic and a jars may be filled and sealed citizen and teacher, saw a the Starke Farmers' Market where he Is a member of the

hot weather, the plantings of weak brine Is used which per: completely, or 'preferably be fault and tried to correct it; L. M, White. Military Police.
field corn In the county are fermentation and In smaller air-tight saw a need: and tried to fill: ,
mits fast packed
May 30, 1968 the Bradford as well forget about industry for
did It.
and bounds and
County growing by leaps curing. Some manufacturersadd containers for more conven- It; saw her duty
Development Authority Bradford County. and give promise of abundant dill in a vinegar solution, ient use. Drain off the brine, I hope this will give peoplean
began a labor survey of prospec- But the people our people yields. They say that on a after the pickles are cured alter transfering the picklesto Idea not only of the person

tive garment industry workers for came through. At noon Tuesday, quiet night you can hear corn with salt. Others add the dill the smaller glass jars. Mrs. Simpson was, and the

several firms .which may locate June 18, the Chamber of Commerce growing; we've never heardit direct to the brine in which bring the brine to the boiling things she did, but also show

plants in Bradford COl nty, announced that 285 applIcations but one thing for sure, It they are cured, using no vinegar point, fill the jars to over- you that It is your responsibility -
The survey was undertaken after for employment had been will grow two or three Inches at all. This Is the genuinedill flowing. Seal. Dill pickles to work together and

four Bradford Chamber of received. The return far exceeded during a 24-hour-day for pickle, or German dill. should be ready for use 4 to 'give of yourself unselfishly to ,p !

Commerce members took part in the hopes of local Chamber of we've seen.that. .happen. For Florida conditions, It is 8 weeks after they are first better the problems of our
a seven county effort with the recommended that a small placed in the brine.If schools our teenagers, and our
ficials. Of the applicants 151 indicated -
Florida Development Commissionon Speaking of corn, we read amount of vinegar be addedto stone crocks or wooden communities. People, now Is
no prior experience but the other day about an old .. something to
the brine to flavor fermen used instead of the time to
an industry hunting trip to 89 said they are willing to train Mexican law which required containers or situation. Don'taieep t ,,
tatlon and inhibit the spoilage better our
glass, fill with the cucumbers, 4
New York Several attrac-
City. in our vo-tech center. that special plantings of that organisms in the first spice and dill to within 2 to until I it Is too late to
tive prospects in the garment industry Word has already been received crop be made along the roads stages of fermentation. 3 Inches of top and finish act. I long to see things bet-

for which it is felt Brad- that one executive will arrive for the benefit of travelers. DILL CUCUMBER PICKLES with a heavy layer of clean tered because I had to live

ford County is particularly suited, here July 1 to look our countyover. And the law stipulated that Four-gallon glass container iT ape'leaves if they can be and go to school under these

were located. It is, without a doubt, the the hungry traveler could take 2 cups vinegar, to or three obtained. Cover with plate or deplorable situations
But a stipulation was placed by job applications that have promoted up to, but no more than seven layers of dill, 12 pounds wood one inch, less In diameter Mrs. Simpson tried to better By Lynn Hamilton o f Southern Marinerun \

the New York ,City executives be- the planned visit. ears of corn to satisfy his (about one-fourth bushel cucumbers than container and conditions for the students BOAT PARTNERSHIP smoothly If a few pointsare

fore they would even come to The people of our county can hunger, S. [15 per cent or 20 degree ]- heavy enough to keep cucum- and she Is of no relation to HAS ADVANTAGES kept in mind. For maxi-

take a look at Bradford County. justly be proud of the 285 per Judging by the way some Brine/ requires salinometer 8H quarts reading of bers submerged.: Pour the us, yet she felt like we were Partnerships have made It mum enjoyment by an con-

We had to come up with applications sons who have cooperated in this people snitch fruit and vege- water, 1 and one-fourth, brine and vinegar mixture her own children. Many par- possible for many people to cerned, no more thart three
the pickles to overflowing. ents won't fight: for what Is
over get started In.iboatlng. Although partners should be considered. -
from at least 150 personS effort. New along the
industry in the county tables growing pounds [about 2 cups] salt, 1
Containers should have right and work to see Justice
single ownership Is by Ideally, partners should be
who had worked would be will- in this county, some
or will highways
help us all in one way or an- ounce [(4 tablespoons] mixed an air-tight cover. done. Now, I challenge all the
far more common and prob- long time acquaintances with
to work in travelers think they are in ,
ing a garment factory.At other. pickled spices. 2 cloves garlic,
bodied adults to on
When pickle-are cured, It able carry ably the best bet in the long mutual friends. The conditions
Mexico. We know the temptation :
first the applications were Before it becomes 1 layer /grape leaves for use
a reality, because lots of timeswe've H best to transfer them toqu.'lft the influence and Ideas for run It Is not at all unusualfor of the partnership should be
few and far between. In stone or wooden container.
however, more of us will no doubtbe to
glass containers. Fill two or more partners clearly outlined in written
Failure of the 150 prospective called on to do our part. Let's downstate passed that were orange loaded groves Use medium size Wash freshly and completely' ,with old brine or pool their money to buy a form and agreed upon by all

workers to step forward we were hope .we can answer as well as the with fruit and only an abiding picked drain. cucumbers.Cover bottom of con- make new. adding a small Slice 25 cucumbers of medium boat.There partners. This agreement

told, would mean that we might 285. *'+r\\ sense of law ana order tainer with a )layer of the dill amount of fresh spice and Soak size In cold and 12 water small with onions.a are actually several should include such things as
dill. A clove of garlic to eachjar advantages in multiple owner- the rights and responsibilities
kept us 'from swiping a' bagful and spice. Add; cucumbers large handful of salt for 3
of boat to of each
and firmly adds an interesting flavor.Do ship a according partner, specific con-
R104 of the fruit. packing in gently hours. Then drain well. Pack the Evtnrude Boating News cerning the of the boat
The Bradford County Telegraph] with alternate layers of the not store glass Jars in sliced cucumbers and onion In use
Service 'For one thing, each explanation of how costs
c and dill. the sun'or light aa the light an
p ESTABLISHED mixed pickle spice
1879 All of which reminds us of sterile glass jars.
Then pour the brine mixed will kill the lactic bacteria. partner can get into boating will be distributed and the
stories we've heard about how Scald 1 quart of vinegar, 2 with a relatively small Invest- procedure to be followed in
a a E. L. MATTHEWS\ Editor and Publisher with the vinegar over the cu Dill pickle! cure slowly. Usu- '
y some people years ago used to cumbers. The additions of one ally six weeks or longer I Is required cups of white sugar, 2 table- ment. Boating In company Is the event that one partner t
0 Florid'* Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published Contlnously "borrow" a cow they found in tablespoon of sugar per gal before they acquire the spoons of mustard seed, 2 usually more fun than boat- should decide to sell his share. \

/ 7.40 Under The Same Masthead. the woods, kill it and eat It. lon capacity of the container desired flavor, color and tex tablespoons tumeric 2 table Ing alone and: with a partner- Naturally It's better to own ,
That can hardly be called assists in the development of ture also'dill' pickles keep spoons celery seed, and 1 ship it's not- hard to get a a boat. or anything'' elese for 'f
If less well than others becausethe teaspoon of cassia buds. Pour "crew" together Another advantage that matter. Individually.
borrowing, any more than the the proper acidity. a glass Ii
bllahed!! each Thursday end entered as Second Class Matter at the Poet Officeat jar Is used, fill to overflowingwith brine In which, they are the scalding hot mixture over Is that fuel and up- However, in many cases *r-
Starke. Florida under Act of March 3rd, 1379. taking. of land from one place brine, adjust cover' 110 fermented and stored U weak. the cucumbers and onions keep costs can be divided partnership Is the means Ifae
and putting It in another. BREAD AND BUTTER previously packed In Jars. among the partners. few close friends to
a get their
Subscription In trade area: 1 year $f.IIO; 8 months, $2.50Outstd. that formed during $fermentation
trade for obvlousiy there to no in- gas PICKLES [Quick Procewwl % Seal. ._L' ... This partnership system can start in boating. ,_ V .
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area: A
year, $fS.OO; month. $2.75 can escape.. .An- o.i1



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Volunteers l
4th through 12th 1

Keystone Hilites Win Little Honors WGM's I Dn; Masonic Hall. DUPLICATE BRIDGE be happy to deliver, any greet.'S'

I .,: DffiCial Visit' Winners last week of the tugs, If mailed to, Keystone.

Worshipful Master W. P. Club. '
By JIM FOX Melrose Duplicate Bridge Mrs. Wesley Clementa,
'j.';' Please Phone in Your Items 473-4148 League Title Worthy Grand, Matron of Wilson reports that the installation were: Mrs. Ray Becker and mother of Airs. Ed Hussey, ti
''Volunteers sponsoredby Florida, Lois Kent, made her of a new roof on Mrs. W. J. Grollck, let place: now a resident of Keystone

h' The, Firfe' won official visit to the Keystone the Masonic Temple has been Mrs. Gay Livingston and Mrs. and living with Mrs. Aughtrj
the Department,
Chapter on Wednesday'June completed. This project was Ray Starnes 2nd; Mrs. Emery!: Vance.
Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Tol! the 1968 Keystone the efforts
made possible through Ruth-
young people of St. les tied for first place with Little 'Leagtie. baseball champIonship 12. A covered dish supper pre. of members of the Es- Cooper and Miss Paley Mr. and Mrs. William BeamSr.
ceded the chapter meeting in erford, 3rd; and Mrs. are visiting relatives
Anne's l Episcopal Church are Stan LaCoste and Louie Kyle I last Saturday night trellita Club, who directed In
Strawn. ,
r" the Masonic hall. Boyd and Mrs. John their home state of
to be commended for their at Duplicate Bridge, last week. without even playing. many money-raising projects, New

fin Job( of painting the Parish Unfortunately, we did not receive 1 S The 'only'"contest scheduledwas Following a short open all in the'interest of the Ma- 4th. Jersey.

) Hoilse. As' Mrs. Tom Oar- the results of second a make-up game between meeting special'\ honors'" were sonic Temple: Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wilson

%ar. publicity chairman: for and.. thIrd': place 'winners. __ Cunningham's and Belote's, Riven in recognizing ,other Regular meetings of the and family of Pompano Beach

St Anne's so adequately: stated The Woman's Club t'r Ir ___ and If Cunningham's had won Orand Officers as follows: NEWS NOTES recently enjoyed a' wetki
sponsors ________________ lodge.; will be discontinued ,
!"$he psychedelic blue is this Monday night event ,. ,. ., T they would have tied the Volunteers Louis Kent,. Past Grand.'Patron during July, August and SePtember vacation with the W. P. WI!.
a definite improvement over oPen the f for first place. But : Mary Laura. Johnson By Helen Euan
Which. is to public. ,4i'Lf'd14 tJ1 5- and will be resumed Brooklyn
of Lake.
_$h e' previous 'color, Institute Play begins promptly at 1:30: they lost in an extra inning Grand:: Treasurer! Mary: '"Horton on October 8.In case of Special sons They

"green.'* at" the Municipal Building. thriller 5 to 4. and that made:! Grand Esther; and'Jessie Communications, memberswill I returned home Saturday after

*- The regular family night< JACKPOT WINNERS I S a well-deserving Volunteer Mae Hicks. Assistant Grand be nOtU1ed.'yYYYYYYi' FELLOWSHIP CLUB a real family reunion.In .

Sfcupper=wm be" held thlsThurs_ bingo the champs Matron. The regular covered dish
The j jackpot was won team
!Senator John Mathews' of Jacksonville l II. flanked 1> Col.!
;jdfty. : erenlns At 8:30.: It Is''last :Friday 'nt ht, at St. William's y Saturday night's game wa The' present Grand Officerswere : Y 'VT''VrTy5MELROSE luncheon meeting of the Fel- Thp County Jnilttc'N. Court OfllrndCord
: ,
James Chesxlngton ((1,1t), now prvaldent of the Keystone County', f-'lnrlda
escorted to the Grand
hoped that an extra inn Club was held Thurs-
members of the parish ball. We do not the first and only owshlp In Prahnte 1\... 1-11K4:%
church) :and. their. guests will know the name of the lucky HeIghts: Rotary Club, and S. 1!. McKay, who had charge, of the ing game of the season. At Matron's platform for the 'oday, June 13, In the Masonic In Its: Kntato ot Ifltbol. !Mar>> )

I ;'tbenc ."" winner' as she was an out-of- program when Sen. Mathews adilre aea the club lout Friday. the end of the regular six ceremony honoring Mrs. Kent. Hall with a fine attendance I BVrnancles;). IiinliH F.Slmpnon."Hlmpxon$
Rer.-.W. I. Jones will be or- town participant. THIs Friday Innings the score was tied at From District 8. Past Grand including several visitors and Notlcn Of Pro>iU

dained-'to Ute full priesthood ''evening the jackpot will start 2 all. Both teams scored in Matron Verna Brice, and Past By Joyce Bow* new members. To All Person"Said ruorestpd g InTh ..
Sen. Mathews Of Chances <* Eotato Of Becedcnt
: on Wednesday morning June 'over at the nice sum of $50. \ Hopeful the third inning. Cunning Grand Patrons Vincent Brice The treasurer, Mrs. Nettle You ar. h.roby notified that
..... ..
: and E. W. Garrett, of Gainesville 5aAaa LAAAAA .a. written Instrument dated .
23.At 40:30.: The ceremony Please be sure to, attend this. ham's on a home-run by Kent Smith reported 84 paid up a October
I will be conducted< !' at St.:John's session tit '7SO.: < Morgan with one man on base, chapter, were introduced. -BM3 Walter Wilson Jr., new members and a treasury the Last 3.; 1961.Will\ ami purporting Testament to 1 he ot

::;_ Cathe ral: Jacksonville.Tttr" HERE 'N THERE For New Florida Constitution and Belote's on a double by Many visitors and members son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter balance sufficient to purchase aid.rl to decedent probate ha,.In been this. .Court'ron "mlt.t .
held official offices In
: ETa will meet this ,Mr., and, Mrs. Arthur Ketch Bret Cole with the bases having Wilson, Sr. of'Melrose received a better bingo set. ars hereby commanded.
Sunday evening at 7 o'clock flew l tqTwzUyrna Beach loaded. their respective chapters. were the Navy CommendationMedal The membership voted to within .lx calendar month

for evening prayer The group'last;Sunday evening as guests An, optimistic note over Sen. Mathews said the new According to Little League recognized by presenting them with combat "V in a continue the monthly luncheon: from the or date this of notice the first to app pub'tlrpHnn ,-"

I will ftlrfo conduct their regular at1 t a'"dinner pnrty given by chances: of framing and approving -I constitution would be much rules a pitcher can only go to the Worthy Grand Matron. ceremony at Sauphly Field in meetings, to be held in the In this Court and show caum. ,
: a new State Constitution simpler than the present one, Belote A unique courtesy'was extended next will If any vnu can why the action
monthly; business meeting. Dave Pearl. Offter guests in- for six Innings. Kenny Pensacola, where he's currently Masonic Hall. The I :of fhlK Court: In; admitting laid
Dwayne Johnston will discuss eluded
: -.: his recent trip to Vietnam us- ,Overlc 1 *. MY and Mrs. Ketch Sen. John Mathews, of much it Is a hodge podge of Turknett took over from Kent and Mrs. Gilbert Reed as !they returned from Vietnam where July 11, at 12:30.: unrevoked./H Ueorne, I-:.. Patten

a in* his own slides for illus flew ifl Mr. Mcek's private Jacksonville, in a talk at the legislation He said the new Morgan for Cunningham in sat on"" a green! park' bench, he served with the River Assault Following the meeting. Mrs Circuit Judg-o, Actl/iR ,As Conn.IT .

; tration. It promises to be a lane.S Rotary Club of Keystone' constitution, as planned will the 7th. symbolic of St. Petersburg Force, working In the Kenneth Liggett ex-charter Judge. Uf Bradford County.Florida. ,

U most! Informative meeting'. Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Ma- Heights. consist of 12 basic articles of Neither team scored In the *ier home city. Paddy Ollrle, Mekong pelta.: He graduated member was a guest and was tlollln V. Knlsrht,

LIONS TO INSTALL gann and son; Christopher "I predict that the'' new, a non-controversial nature. Worthy Matron of the Key- front Melrose High School in Invited to show dresses whichare Starke.' Florida.
= Keystone constitution will pass the This will be submitted to the 7th.Cunningham two in stone chapter, presented Mrs. ; Attorney .For ExecutorS
Tilt Lions Club Sean were weekend guests at scored 1985 and finished' a year of being sold by Woman's S 5 S/13 tt ''7.4
i will Have an installation of the home of Mrs. Magann's Legislature" the speaker bald people first, and all controversial the top of the eighth and Be Kent with a large picture of college at St. Johns River Club as one of several 'projects -

E officers on Monday evening, family, the George Schaeffers. in discussing the special sessIon matters, such as lowering lote came back in their partof a sailing ship, painted. by Junior College in Palatka.. before to help the new clubhouse

i Juii 24, at the Masonic Tem Mr. and Mrs E. A. Rushton on constitutional revision the voting age tax mat- the inning with two out Mrs. Oilrle. entering the service.In building fund. Mrs. FILING CABINETS. Typewriter

; 'ple. A banquet dinner will be arrived, home last week aftera which starts in Tallahassee ,ters, and other issues will be and scored three runs to win As the Worthy Grand Ma- this day when young Liggett is vice president) and Stands' Desks, Chain,

I ervod to: members and their visit with their son and Monday. submitted in separate referendums the game Kenny Head drovein tron lives near the Masonic men are leaving their countryto finance chairman of theWoman's Safes. -, --.Bradford. County

a wives prior' to the meeting daughter-in-law" Mr. and Mrs. Ben. Mathews. who chairman he said. the final run to give Be- tand. Eastern Star] Home keep from serving, it Is, a. Club.HOMEMAKERS, Telegraph. ,
: and ceremonies. Full details Eulie Rushton of Atlanta. of the Senate Revision The speaker said that all lote a hard-earned victory. she has adopted this as her tribute to young people for fl f CLUB '

; oS. the event will be featured Mayor and Mrs. Raymond Committee said the present the "sacred cows"' of tax exemption : project for the year; also the< young; man to Serve his coun- All Clay County' Extension EZERASE TYPEWRITER]

!!! in next, week's column. Starnei were In Salem, Va. constitution was framed back will be preserved In Services Held endowment fun;} of the State. try bravely. We! are proud of Homemakers Club members PAPER, Mlmeo Paper Bond
JR. in Reconstruction Days;' and;! the constitution. Other A special monetary gift from ,
;i' WOMAN'S CLUB last week attending a class new r All the fine young men drain received a personal letter Paper Notebook 'l'Wers.-
S The Board of Directors ol reunion held at Roanoke Cot- reflects the distrust the 'people measures to be provided for: For: Mrs. HoaglandMrs. : thC chapter was presented to our community who are cur- from Mrs. Margaret Nelson.' Bradford ConntyTelegraph.ADDING .
I ot Florida- had in the.' carpet- in the streamlined documentare her for her program. ,
: the Jr. Woman's Club will in Vietnam. Agent announcing her retirement '
rently '
lege.! From a class of 30( graduates Emma Hoagland, 84, of serving
barging! officials of that era. annual sessions of the surprised and MACHINES Manual
havo-a: was July 1, after .
special next effective
meeting, 14 alumni and their June 14, I Miss Loret.ta,1o., MabreJelU1 l & '
"They afraid to give and Lieu- Melrose, died Friday, to the stair .or electric.! For sale m
were State Legislature. a pleased see new
Wednesday< evening, at the wives were It is Interesting Home of Long Beach, Calif and Mrs., ten years of service with the!
present. their elected officials much tenant Governor who will become In the Starke Nursing! I treads installed as part of rent. Add, subtract, credit bal
hotiieTof Fanis.f eight clubs. Several,
years ago
U : Mrs.! Ray to note that Louie extended Illness. She I Grant\ Rothhammer, formerlyof
B power" he explained, "and chief executive in event, after an Worthy Matron Gllrle's goal tj *.ce.->. Bradford County Tele
'and her husband )
Pfea&t will be coordinated for Kyle of Little'Lake Keystone. born In North Branch, N. Mlrose, spent several days she boughi \ "
:; We lUb'. participation in the :i is also an alumnus of this that is the reason we have to of the Governor's death. "The was J. on October 3, 1883, and was for her year. last week with Mr. and Mrs. their retirement ]h"me In St. graph.
I 'annuil I look to Washington so much elected: cabinet will not be abolished It was\ announced that several where
::=. Keystoneon. Parade small Lutheran college. member of the Presbyterian Virgl4 Rowe and family and Petersburg they plan a l I
:\.::: IKOPJ events. I today to get the job done toro ," Mathews added.in a members desire visits as Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chambleeand long vacation and travel.PERSONALS --
In Marion. Va. th Qtarnes Church.
? state." confined to home 1 SCHEDULE
r they are
f'. .iMjrs.. Farris has requested visited with a* niece and ne: Surviving is one ,brother, A. family. Mrs Rothhammer
that.-'all board members make phew: Dr. and Mrs. Graham C. Hoagland of Elizabeth, N. because of Illness. These In- also enjoyed visiting with several Mrs. Ethel Weyman anc I OF SERVICES

: i',a Special effort to attend. Henderson. ,Mayor and Mrs. J.; and three sisters, Mrs. I elude Mrs. Daisy Hall, Mrs. of her friends, and regrets Arthur Coombs left last wee i

<; ;, LIJA"'E..uRlnoB.! Starnes continued their travels Council Bid For Leigh M. PearsaH. Mrs. Harriet I Lillian King, and Mrs. Ferns that 'she was unable to visit for their annual summer vacation PARK
Accepts Repairs Huckett. Mrs. Mattie SarRent
at their former home
Martha Jr
: :
Rice, and Mrs. everyone.
to Gate City. Va.. where they
MacKeachle all of Melrose. entered }Bradford1:' County Hospital Guests last week of Mr. and Plttsbureh! Pa. They will visit i of -'theI
friends and relatives.
visited r
I id. (E \' t"", EDftEC'TORY : : DeWltt C. Jones Funeral last week, and Mrs Mrs. R. M. Cason Included Mr. Coombs' daughter! and PALMS
.. .y..ef, .jweefc! : I
wQn.Moad tala
; r Sarah returned
,., .;;.. -, ,." .. 'fY'o Mrs. Ralph Starnes. otate'City oRunwaysAtKeystone.Airport" Horn of(Kejwrtone: Heights, WAS/ home from_n McDonald"Che hospital 6n ,their daughter, Mrs. Cecil family for a few weeks" anc 'I In charge of arrangements. Harris of Welaka: another will be Joined 'by: otherrelatives. 'SUNDAYS
Va.. and her daughter by cre June 13. J. Azzle Williams, .
Memorlallzatlon was daughter. Mrs. George Thig-
:HEli .and family, Mr. and Mrs. A contract covering repairs' marked Improvement of mation. Past Patron, returned from pen of East Palatka. and her The William PInons are ir I 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M.I .

Norman Brewer And Janice oJ tq runways and a taxistripat the trash problem. the Veterans Hospital las daughters Mrs. Marilyn Wed- Leroy. Kan. for the annua I THURSDAYS

Anderson, Ind., arrived for a the Keystone Airport' was -Authorized a letter to Mrs. 'ThagardServic Saturday. S dle and son, Shawn, of Gainesville memorial service for their de.. 7:3' P.M.

short visit-wdth Mayor and awarded by the City Council Jim Ward of the SRD thankng I Hostesses for the social hour and Mrs. Oeorgann ceased son. in the park named I FUNDAMENTALBIBLE

( Mrs. Starries. They will continue last week to Whltehivrst!. Construction him for cooperation received s' Held I and 'refreshments following Harris and children of Green after the fallen hero. The TEACHING

their travels t M Ft. Lau- Co., the jipparenl by the city in redesigning the meeting were Ph.l1Is'Hus- Village. S. C. usually extend their visit foi
I .:T. rcontinued On Next PagelBAPTIST low bidder at Mrs Loretta Thagahd. 47, of Jean Bonner: and' Millie
$5,660.i1\ a corner at the intersec- S sey. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mc- some time, renewing old ac. AH Strike* Held In The
Two other bids were received tion of Highways 100 and 21. Melrose! died Thursday, June Muhlhdfer. qualntances.Mrs. .
I BE'ATJTY SHOP Oulre: have returned from a New Bible Center
.. -. : S. M. Wall, $8.872' .;' and -Heard a report that Mr. 13, in a Miami. Hospital aftera The'final meeting before vacation with her sister, Mrs Al Lagasse is convales.,j

I ?KEYSTONEBEAUTY I Jack Baggett, $8,7 5'The pro- Salem, of the SRD in response short'! \\1ln8 s. She was bornIn the summer holidays of July, Flora Self, of Gainesville
Jan. ,
ject calls foe resurfacing of a to a letter from the Boston. Mass. on I August and September was Their' trip took them to Tennessee -
SHOP. runway and a taxi-atrip, plus Council had investigated the 1921 and was a. nurse by pro I I held Tuesday night. where they visited

I ''Jtdlth: Johnson, Owner repairs to a section of'.Anotherrunway. '\ condition of SR-21 between fession. She 'was a member of friends and relatives. Prom Register Now For Fall Term
: .. '' \ the Catholic' Church.
-- ,,\.Vyd I Keystone Heights and Melrose
Personal! 4 Creative Form Homer SaUerlioldJIilrporl and that the bad places are and Judy Thomas<
I Every of Beauty Thagard two daughters ; of Delray arlasvtlle, Ga., where they visIted ,
Lawrence Carroll pastor Sunday Robert E. ;
Culture Tues.-Sat.. SloG; closedNTOISERY !, 0:49 Wor- manager, reported {tfif: on ,a being repaired. Mrs. Roberta Stephens, Beach visited their parents. their son-in-law and GADAR :COUNTRY DAY
School. : su m.
new hangar a:.MfSArloated -Heart: Mayor Starnes re- all of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cheshire, daughter Mr.; and Mrs. Paschal -
i ship Services. 11 a. m. and building with doorsjM3; "feet port that new standards will and Mrs. Jean Myers, I Mrs. Cheshire's sister and husband Carr and children. SCHOOL, KINDERGARTEN
I 7:30: m. Training Union. '' Miami-. and one son, LarryThagard They
p. high- at $20,000 'eluding'\ be set for city policemen due ,S Mr. and Mrs. Johnny picked up their grandchildren
: 6:30: p. m. Nursery open oran plumbing and UghJtoc.: The to a state law, effective June 'held Cox, and '(her parents, Mr. 'and and spent the rest of their

f .O.C.Carnes Nursery services. council voted to '\\I ame'/this: '; 9. which provides) that cities at Funeral 2 m.services Sunday were June 16, Mrs. Virienue all of Gainesville! time at Plagler Beach. Mr. LIMITED ENROLLMENT: _

i HwyVlOO, >ftorahome> 659-8165/ : -CATHOLICSt. matter until other r4fpirs at may hire only law enforcement at the p.graveside dn MlMwood". scent Sunday with Mrs. H. T and Mrs. Carr mat them

i Nuttory ,Stock Thousands WUUam's. Church-Sunday the airport have beeriv:\!, com- personnel who have Cemetery near Ocala with Rev. I Smith. The Vllleniies bought anew there, and Mrs. Carr and the For Chlldien,3 To S Years Of Age

c of ;flanU A Fruit\ Tr j to Mass, 9 a. m. WednesdayMass pleted. *M S completed a minimum 200 Fred O. Jerkes Jr. officiating. boat and they all enjoyed children returned home with

i; C cnooJsi from Shade Trees, tevergreex and Novena.; 7 p. m. Councilman Everetlyro: *! reported hours in basic law enforcement Interment was In the family I trying It out. Mr. and Mrs. C. them to spend the week.: Call Mrs. Heskett 4734974Par

Iii *' Landscape: Plants in COMMUNITY CHURCH, ) that 29 garbiVa 'collection -. principles and equipment. plot with DeWitt C. Jones F. Smith and daughter. Imo- Mr. and Mrs. Paschal Canan4 ,
1 containers.fianlemai. accounts total &; some principles & equipment. New gene, of Bellevlew were also '
Sunday School, II::40 a. m. Funeral Home of Keystone : family formerly 6f Mel
ie Azaleas S $450, have been delinquent regulation was established by visitors at the Smiths.
1 Morning Worship 11 a. m Heights in charge of arrange- rose and Keystone who cur-
Let tT.'Do Your' since last i'\\1'L'welveare I Louisa and 'Pa letle Strand-
I Landscaping Nursery at 11 o'clock service November. the Police Standards Councilas ments. rently live In Douglasvllle,

r"i only. PM?. Leon F. Mllner, businesses! and 17 residential -, a result of legislation passed ) berg of Jacksonville came downon Ga.. will soon make their

USED CARS J"Ut.lr. he ald.It by the 1967 general ses Thursday to( spend a few I home: in Btfcrke. Mr Pascha
\"i days: with Mrs. :Jo
was proposed that Police Strandberg.
day night. will be office
manager forPine .
t Hanks' Used Cars EPISCOPAL Chief Wally Muhlhofer be Tax Collector Tuesday night my mother, Charles Joined them on Satur- Air Farms. I'
Instructed to notify the perSons Aughtry Vance's request that Copeland and I day for the weekend Paulette
BIG, CASH DISCOUNT St. Anne's Church Rev. grandmother Is Mrs. Donna McOulre is
j Involved and give them she be paid by the month Gainesville High spending this week with her '
1\\ 'TERMS William I. Jones, Vicar Holy aweek's went to the grandmother eagerly awaiting news from

i BUY SELL TRADE Communion 8 a. m. every notice to pay :the delinquent rather than annually. School graduation to see one !foe celebrating Mrs. Strandbergwill her 75th her husband! Lt. ,Troy McOulre -

Bt. 1 Box 90Hwy. Sunday. First Sunday- Holy fees. After 'the' one- -Heard announcements that of my cousins, Miss Joan birthday who wilt soon rethrh '
week has elapsed, if the fee Is delinquent taxes will Wednes- on Wednesday. Congratulations 'g't'CIJx1-
i too 8 Mile 8. Btarke Communion 8 a. m. and 9:30a. : go on Crenshaw, graduate. and from a year of s rvIc. In"Viet !
m. Second: third and fourth still not paid, the clerk will sale the first week in July, day night, after school, we went have we hope ;you nam. I

CONCRETE PRODUCTS Sundays; Morning Prayer send a registered letter to the ani:! that the city will receive by Aunt Cortne and Uncle Al Len,many Linda more.and We have' received word'that ( \

9:30: a. m. Evening Prayer delinquent, and if no settle- bids on the old police car until fred's house and brought mygreatgrandmother Swearlngon of Tammy Jacksonville Lynn Miss Carol Rothhammer.. ,formerly I

I INSIST THAT ALL YOUR -Sunday, 7 7 p. m Holy Days ment Is made within another, the next council meeting ; Mrs. H. K. spent tile weekend with their of Melrose, an4<1 now at-,
OONGBZTX: PRODUCTS will be announced. week, the delinquent will be I in July. Chitty and daughter, Mallle, tendng College, in
morning, parents, .,!Ir. and I Mrs. Fred Little IWck.:
brought home with Friday
before City Judge us. Ark. is '
ARB THX BEST FROM Swearingen. planning a trip to :
Fremont Tolles for action.A '.yvy V Y YYYYYY..yV..yyINDIAN mother took them to Starke,
-LUTHERAN Hubert Weekend visitors of Mr, and Japan. She will leave in:; July .
I Edward's. Building Divine Worship. 11 a. m letter was authorized to to visit my grandparents Mrs. E. W. Revels were their with a student tour for six
Mr. and Palms. Chitty. Mon ,
Skinner of the State Road SHerman
Communion 2nd niece weeks.
Sunday. Holy BEACH Deborah
Strlcklaod. and
Supply, Inc. Services held eaoh Department at Lake City, day, my parents, and Grandmother her S McOulre1 the
Sunday. attended grandmother, Mrs. J. E. 1 U in
I stating the desire Copeland
; TM S. Mate-.S72-4M4' Sunday at St. Anne's Episcopal to change of the city stop officials (Lake "itt* ffto) Shawn's) funeral. Sunday, my Strickland Sr. of Mershan, Ga., hospital: unflergbfhg< tests
Richard fly MfcMMT R. and Linda Glllmore of Alabama.Mr. If anyone In $he .community
i GAINESVILLE. FLA. Church. Meyer., signal! at the Intersection of S CHKry. brother Wayne visited us. He and finds
minister. rL.471" Mrs. Dolph Reddish a set of Volkswagen keys
iEvery Is staying In -
Highways 100 and 21 to a and '
family of Starke will they
were contact; me at
a where he's working.
stop and go light on 21, anda 51 *AAAAAaAA..4A4a.s&54 La overnight guests of \. 473-5693. I
Mr. and lost the keys Sun-
warning blinker on 100. It Gfltmgs, Ole jrrteYifls and I Betty and Buddy Mangum Mrs. D. 'W. day"night
was also stated that Keystoneortlcla.ls neighbors! .this is your polling-; nd children, visited Fred and day. Mr; and Carpenter Mrs. on Fri at'the Baptist I
J. W. Lori- Church and it is
I i reporter wtfh the Cprlne: Thieman on Sunday.
news. .How
believe the Intersection meT of Jacksonvile
I I \ were vIsItIng I find them.
iiiNO1g should be did you like'the little storbi Weekend visitors of the Thde- .i
protected them
on ''Saturday, and Rev. and MM.
two stationery we had last Wednesday?!" It j mans wore Red and .Geraldlne Thonrtaa C.'
stop signs on Mr. and
and David Reid and Oeyer have moved into the
wasn't too bad until the elo Lee and daughter, Donna, /
21.In trinity! went oft but withoutthe Mrs. Clemmle Greek, al of sons of Jacksonville were Sun- parsonage of the United Moth.1odist I
action the council: 'air conditioners it Jacksonville.Mr. \ day guests. Eddie and Doug Church. Let's all make ,

I -Authorized city paymentof ''hot. .uregets' and Mrs. Danny Strat- Reid are spending this week. ,them feel welcome. Par For
At least c1ldn'thave' The

g Saturday! Night 8 P. M. paving$200 the toward three the"aprons"cost or of house.any trees fall we\ at our ton and three were children visiting of Jacksonville their- with Mrs.their Thomas.grandparents.Mike Thomas' ing Melrose VacationBible children are School attend at I Course At

sections of roadway between and Marie NearIng of Jackson Faith I KEYSTONE STATE BANK

I I AMERICAN LEGION HOME f SR-100 and the railroad. Re- Lost week, we had a tragedy 'i'parents Hilton, ,over Romania the weekend.and English Mr. Yule.have been, recent visitorsof this week.Presbyterian All children Church are I
mainder of the $1,200 In out ta Uly. y.tlttle'! cbtisln, Mr. and Mrs. W.
i cost will E. Kite
POST 202 I II and Mrs. Charles Arvin of welcome. Complete tanking services
be paid by Clay County. Shawn Ban I. paNed away. He Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Kite extra service.
I Highway 100 West of Keystone, )Ieights I If -Approved a motion by ,was .(Iw-son'of) }ifr. and Mrs. Jacksonville; brought their own and two children of West. Palm Commencement exerciseswere That's par for the course here where the "extra"

f Councilman Donohoe to take I Tony ,fall. formerly fII 'Key trailer along and visited. the Beach, spent the weekend with held Sunday night for comes from our special interest in the people of

$300 plus $100 from the Air- :at UtOflCl2aw4whGwag. and "an Invalid. ,oil W'ed HUtons.'Earl :Murray: of Starke wasa the Kites and they all spentFather's Bible those School who attended at Vacation this community. '
Jack birijh all ot
I Pot Never Under $$50.00 poet/ Fund and place into the ; Day with Mr, and Baptist
his W. ; weekend guest of George Church last week. :,
city fund as reimbursement wa. two and a: half Mrs. W. E.!: Kite Sr. in Ocala./ A good at-
rears old.: .ow. 'deepest sympathies Barton, and Jerry Qlbbs wasa The Kite's tendance was reported with KEYSTONE
daughter STATE
1 to rthe City for administration. I : Alicia BANKMember
i go out ,to the Ball am4- Saturday night guest.Mrs. came home from last 123 .enrolled and a dally !
and college I
I auditing of
I costs the air '
James Rabbins and
-. COMPLIMENTS 131.1.'e. ala wlb average of 100. The
OF tp express ; week, and Is now in Virginia evening F.D.I.C.
port account. ,
J Mts. B. B. Watkins attendeda Keystone Heights Fla.
I : ,
jJAMES I sympathy'F lh. Lonnle Mel youth group was. the largest'ever'reported
REPAIR SERVICE i 'Heard a report that new 'shower where she is Assistant DireCtor -
a I on fcmily of Jiamptqn. llr.\ I In Jacksonville on of Oak Farm at Vacation Bible "Your Friendly Bank In Your
I Msliose Phone 475-4115 I ;employee, hired for the sumJ J.rei ton's fcrqtiMT. Oscar> Me\- f 1.'>Vedn s>tey afternoon honoring has .been elected president Camp. She of -School. Friendly

.s ncr by the streets and garbage t on ((611). wn.. ',killed I !last: ?-.Io%"- |>: frs. Sherry Strlcklad./ Sunday, rContinued Doi\'t forget the Community."
On Summer
1 I department, had resulted 4 ly Weber of ,Jacksonville. Next PwpJ) Recreation Program at the I ,> .

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TIIt1RSD"Y., JUNE ZOo 1968 IIIUDrOIUJ 001nftT.'l'Zt.EOBAPII.' BTARKIL!! rumm Section Two Para.ThNMI
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of Lake Geneva, Ga. C. with the school patrol l tor q Judy Ann Griffls! Walk.
KEYSTONE week. y In' Th. Circuit Court Of The Plaintiff Robert WalkerDe!, ,-
Mr. and Mrs. Buster Aiken joe Wlldt. of Little Lake ; tola-nth JiidlrlHl Clrimlt. Of fendant, "
.and daughter. Angela and Keystone, left last week to attend :Mr. and Mrs.:Robert Wads- VOICE of theSPORTSMAN SENIOR Fiends ?!. And For BradfordCoaalr. NOT1CH TO APPEAR .
worth'and family. MY. and Mrs. 3Care s To: Mr. Kober. Walker.- 717' .
HILITES Mrs. Lois Walker were in Na- the funeral of his father; CITIZENS N.., East University Avenue,, ualnto I
ples last week visiting with L. E Wlldt of Pollock. Idaho. Harold O'Neal and family, and Ruth M. Kalblln..". Plaintiff 4104 V1B.
Mrs. Alken's brotherinlawand Our condolances are offeredto Mr."and Mrs, Jimmy' Bell.,., all NEWSA v. Jamil M. Kulliunoh, Defend. Toil: are hereby notified'' that
'' .ant m cult for divorce haa beenflluo .
[From Preceding Page] sister. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. the family. ,: of Jacksonville ar6 staying at ByMike NOTIPK< OF atTIT against' you mtiie abuve

Menzen. On Monday of this Lt. Col. and! Mrs. William Grimn'8 Ltx&e. .this week. on TO: Jamll M. KalbunehP. named Court and cauae'and. you
;Aderdale. where they will visit vacation Chitty full day of fun, games <>. Hnx 8041Unlvrirnlty are required to dcrye a d!Bl t>y\ nt
'other relatives and friends. week Mr. and Mrs. Menzen Billlngsley and daughter, Nancy '' and Of Tennessee. your answer or pleadlnr to thecomplaint
I Ij andMarlan' singing was enjoyed by :
Preacher Winters
3 Phone 475-2171 Knoxville TennesseeYou on the.Plalnlift'a Attorney
arrived lit Keystone for a stay of Fairfax Va..were weekend -
j Renee Belote (is home this and daughter> ,Odnny are down members of the Starke Bradford Are' Hereby Notified that Hon. George H. Pierre
at their summer home. guests of Col. and :Mrs. Avenu.t
iweelc; ..from the University of County Senior Citizens n action for' divorce has been 203-206 North Temple .
1 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morgan, Jim Chesslngton. this week at their take place. ruled against you and you arerequired Starka. Florida! hand file the
Florida( for a visit with her; agaifll'vebeen busy Club on June 11 at Lake Hutchinson to nerve a copy of your original In the office- of the
Miss and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Da- Keystoners are happy to pace; toO written I defenses I If It Clerk of the Circuit! Court on or
-'family the Bill Belotes. any
vis spent the weekend vacationing welcome a new arrival to our. tG 'pt 'a',poem'vvritten''due to "J31etfMs, fish .lovers ThisIs uck: he's sure to catch him. as guests of Tom and on Ktiffvne: V, Hiiaw. ;t"trOntol before the ''8th day of July.
Belote Is a psychology major having eo 'fhueh' boIb Work but your rolling-fisherman. with "Hard to believe Sum didn't Lisa Hanson. for Plaintiff, whoiin address. it 1968.: otherwise the.. allegations
the ,
at Plantation : community. Mrs. Erida ;t'DePonso .. .
at the. university. 143 Went Call Street gtarkaFlorida of alil Complaint will be, taken
I Hotel in Crystal River. Mr. : formerly of Pennsylvania j starting-:next.week Xtrbe, 'Writ- good news for you. The fish even fish a few years ago. One minute of silence was and fll. the orlainaiwith i .. confemed by '
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Simeral, "I'm, "OOd observed on the tragic deathof the Clerk of the above Thin notice f't.. pubTnihedonue
Ing poem agr&ln "because aie! biting these days, be
and Mrs. Everett Fox Joined and presently residingin If Muddlggers grew to
of Lake Brooklyn, have been > I Robert F. Kennedy. Rtylod 'Court on or beforn July each. week for four con.eeutive -
friends the two couples on Saturdayevening. the McOlave .cottage ''on out of arohool Santa'V Junior And lots of people are catchlngthem. average fish size, we'd' be well 6, 1968 ; otherwise n judgment week In the Bradford)
entertaining a lot of : Lakeview Drive. Mrs. DeTtonso College) for.'while: ''So long I everybody but me has stocked with fish for a longtime We missed our Vice-Presi- may bo entered mtalnat you for County Telegraph.Dated .
during the past month. Mr.; dent. Paul Farr, and his wife the relief dnmandoU In the Complaint thin loth day of .June,
and Mrs. Robert McClintock,i Mrs. Sara McDonald has is the mother of George Massa till tat been working on the fish, but There have been a few or Petition. SEAL. f r.
returned to her home on Little of Keystone t'vet'been working on homework of them around our dock most Thelma, also Joe and Elsie WltnnxH'my hand and the Me.. (SEAIha'I" *:
of Orlando were recent Stein and some other members of' snld. Court on June 1088. A. Darby
end guests at the Lake Keystone, after a recent Mrs. Tom Bryant was the week.Id's Thank goodness I'm out all the time we've lived at (SEA) Clerk of the Circuit Coiltt
home. While week'I'I stay at the Bradford County 'lucky winner of the radio 'being 'G now. ao I v can. catch up on my Santa Fe Lake but since we who were unable to come. Charles A. Darby By Beulah M. Moody. Deputy
Though the temperaturewas Clerk. .
i An Clerk Of Said'" Court
McCllntocks with a ,. Hospital. Mrs. McDonald'sdaughterinlaw offered as a door i>rlz> tUMng. started ,feeding the fish regularly ..s13 4! 7-a
high, so also was the enthusiasm By Beulnh/ M. MoodyA
My aunt and uncle Clara
friends arrived Mrs James Gay's Appliances last week.: e there are ,thousandsof
of those present. The Drputy ClerkS
The McDonald of Jacksonville, Is On Sunday of this week Card and' James Sullivan of Willis- .them. Muddlggers t finger-
from Green Cove Springs. ? lake was placid and inviting, / 4t S-27
guests Included Mrs. Richard presently caring for her. We Lester and Roxanne Ketch returned ton, and my aunt, Teenle sized little greenish-grey lookIng -' but no one thought to bringa GLASS:; I

Beseler and her mother, Mrs certainly wish Mrs. McDonald home after visiting Crenshaw of Gainesville, went fish] stay' around grass In NOTH. TO DKKKNIJ:

Bonner. who is the newly Installed with their grandmother Mrs. rt-'ii b '......1 tithing on the WithlacoocheeRiver shallow water and trees usually remedied bathing at suit.future This picnics can be A !. Clrrull Court BradfordCnunlr FOR EVERY PURPOSEMirrors$ ;

I president of, the KeystoneWoman's L. L. Thomas of Pena cola. .. .. .. .. and caught around, 100 where Bream are. ''They florlilrll In thsmcery.need '
\ The following-weekend. Mr. ....... ,&fitd J. ... .! .i game invented by Alex Morton -
Bream ('nee No. sell t
Club, a speedy re En route home the 'children '. .t\ are fairly easily caught on a
and Mrs. Simeral had as ...... using egg flats and mar- ,
guests Mr. and Mrs. William covery. and their mother. Mrs. Arthur 'My father, James Uncle Alfred hair-hook with a small pieceof EVERY PURPOSE
Mrs. Dan Pater and Mrs .. ,. I ,. Hudson, and Buddy Ellis bles provided lively entertainment FOR
Varaey. Sr. and Mrs. William Ketch stopped off In Tallahassee ,.w :J worm or dough Very many this tax relief desperately -

Martain and daughter of Hazel Clark of Nelson's Point for a short visit with A, lawn. ,. scantily-covered of Gainesville, went fishing at anglers really catch a lot of On the way home most of to save their homes. :' SEW S
drove North last week for visIts former Keystoners. Mr; .. and '. Wacasassa Saturday and Bass Muddlggers especially
Glens Falls N. Y., and Mr. with grass,'Is like a' maidenin on our members stopped at Houston I
with their respective family Mrs. Ben Pitts. Mrs. Ketch caught 7> Bass. when Shiners The next meeting w'.ll be
reports are scarce.
and Mr. and: Mrs. William .btktad-ithere is a-Jot-of and Marian Dr1l>coll's GLASS CO.
Varney Jr and daughter of and friends. Mrs. Pater that they are doing,very bare, area in between.! The Bass are tearing It up They are effective for trolling place In Keystone Heights for Tuesday, June 23 at the Pratt :.,

Buffalo, N. Y. The Varney's drove as far as Murray HlU, well and that they hope I to It you 'canJkeeprourm1n In the.afternoons late acoording' and still-fishing, when used; In Ice,, cream sodas and conver st Recreation Canter: at 1 p. S72-4J1J( 372- 353
N. J. with Mrs. Clark. Mrs I visit with of their to Griffin's Lodge [east Shiners.To 1111 .W.4th Place
some the .
other son. Albert who is stationed the.1P'IUII.., you'll find that same manner as
''Santa satlon. All in all it was a great m. Come as sweet as you are.
shore Pel. Alan and
at Mayport Joined the Pater will be visiting with her friends this next week. Ann Btrlpteasing takes on an .opposite give an Idea of how dan- I Gainesville

famlly for the visit. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. will be attending a seminarat meaning ,tn lawn care. Olen Griffin caught 15 Bass gerously effective they are, day.We ,/,I I' .
Albert Slmione. of Gaines- and Mrs. John Whelan, Jr. the University of Florida. It means that you"can tease Sunday afternoon on "Rebels"UI. here is a true fish tale. A are happy to see that i .rte r.e .rr.

at Mrs. Clark drove on to Hamilton their plans Include a, short of them were caught in an friend of ours, Gerald Crawford Gene Rayburn has been released -I
Mlle was a guest the fawn. Into covering nude
to visit with family hour]. Roy guided L. P. Thien from the hospital andis Serving Florida
Mass. visit to
.the Simeral home on Father'aDay. Keystone. earth with;''strips of sod.\i iStiipteaslng ,t of Starke was fishing
and friends. of Jacksonville and caught 9 back at his office, though Since. 1950.
Keystoners were sorry to knowsno,..sea- from our dock one day. The :
'Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livings learn this week of the deathof Bass. The Specs are moving, fish weren't doing'too good still using crutches. We hope :
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Capell lIOn. but summer is:the Ideal for his complete ((1.... & ISJ.J4 !Ina
recovery ,
on the brush piles at Griffins ,
ton, of Nelson's Point were Johnny Lee Proctor son of time ''to. 'patoh"up'a' 'badly so he decided to try a Mud- ...
three children, of Columbia -
S. C., were weekend guestsof weekend guests at the homeof Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Proctorof worn..lawn or even start a :Roy caught !16 Specs In an rigger and cast him out on soon.The .... ... .. -- ___ .......vv .,
hour Sunday morning. They State Legislature con- ...
former Keystones, Mr. and Keystone Settlement. The new lawn. Summer rains and his rod and reel. He put his -
Mr. and Mrs. Bridges
Roy Mrs. Cam Bastedo of Folkston young man was fatally wounded warm temperature. ,promote caught the Shellcrackera on rod down for some reason and venes on June 24 for a 20-day

In action on June .7th.. rapid, growth.1\ ; the beds from Thursdayaternoon' went up to the house. First session on the new State Mrs. Carolyn Kji Cordially

while fighting/ in Vietnam. He With' luckalong to Friday morning, and thing he knew Mr. Bass took Constitution. Again, we, sen-

NEED READY CASH will be buried this Sunday at with hard average work -you,:can get caught 400 Shellcrackers. his rod and went with it. ior i citizens, will have to writeor Repeat IBP W /
e comes
1 p. m. at the Keystone Set an outdoor carpetlald without Those people staying In Grif- yv'ell. he Just nearly cried, and contact if possible our *.

I tlement. Our sympathy: is offered bare spots; before winter. fin's cabins who got In on all said "Koo-koo, koo-koo. state representatives and senators Ph. 964-5 \\12 iW You and Your
.. that fun were: Mr. and Mrs. that want affirmative
to the famDy.INDIAN But we '
ComeSeeUst eo'U.1OU; have'grass v. I Norman 'Mingle and family, action on the $10.000 Home- Your
then he cork bobbingout
plant do It now. saw a
gl3o' .Start the lawn by either Mr.; and Mrs. J. E. Parker and In the lake. Well sir, he stead Exemption for personsof Starke ,New Roma;
I I family, Mr; and Mrs. W. S., 65 years and older. There
"L"" We make loan for BEACH I sod. plug or seed. SOd' Is the gets In the boat and goes
Hartley) and family and Mr. are 750,000 seniors In Florida,
chasm after. (Not really even
worthwhile immediate answer to a groundcover The State of Florida
any pur '
and Mrs. William. Morris were knowing it's going to be his most of whom live on fixed .
but costs more than .
g among the lucky ones. My IF he catches It1.] But he fin. Incomes which are constantly -
'L' other methods: It Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and
From Preceding Page) trouble Is that the fish so on beset by rising cost of medi-
ally catches it, and begins
$25 to $600DO Plugs take only a fraction To Acquaint You With ;Your City.
the beds and off before I havea pulling the line in. Well sir cine, food and services ;plus
the Tarpon ClUb at FSU for ofaraaa'as compared with
getout and
chance to Inflation. These Florldans
YOU HAVE I next year. sod. Sprigging' takes even less what do you know he pulledup 1 1.
'and economical them out.Shlpman's. his rod and reel! Then he If you are new In the area, a phone '
Mr. end Mrs. R. H. Smith of grass ,Is Quite Camp west I

Too many payments dalnesvllle, and Fonden and on a. do-it-yourself'J Budget.. shore of Santa Fe] also report starts winding behold in his there's line. itors of Harold Mills, Sr, Mr call will bring: you a prompt visit
and to and a
to make I I Ruth Daughtery and family) of Bermuda, St. Augustine. and a 'good I week of Spec- and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr.
Jacksonville were visiting Mr.and centipede.,, and carpet are catching. fish still on it. After a while and Percy III, and Miss Dor- I from your' local hostess. Please girther
Too bills to Mrs. sprigged .8'to 12'Jmh'een. of good fightln', Ole Gerald
many Lucky Lutgen;Sun ''Uncle'Sam' still at Itt! othy Mills '
pay? day. Danny and Sue Lutgen ters. Slower-growing! zoysla- (Sam' 'Gardner of Keystone.thatisl lands him a 9-pound Bass. Idon't Think About It a call! She ham maps and many

-Too taw have' moved their trailer to grass should be sprigged on 4 He's'stilI fishing know for sure, but now
many Gainesville, where ho' Is working to 8 Inch centers,'' 'according 'hls'dock), and still catch- they tell me, old Gerald's James Thurber said It: "A i I free and wonderful gifts for yovfrom .

K coming due :'and' planning to go..to to'' University ,of, Florida" Experiment '!In from')'em. Over the weekend he'been tryln' to lose that rod pinch of probably Is worth a local businesses.
school. > Station turf'experts. again ever since then"How'bout pound of perhaps." i,
caught a 2-pounder; a 3 314pounder.anda |
Clayton Miller of,Palatka Plug-set grass and :grass 5pounder.' that Gerald?
Let Ua Halp With Your Money spent Sunday with his son and sprigged hi rows'tend to titff !' wtr'called' him Well fishermen Its time to,

Problems family .the Jack: Millers. 'Peg- Up and: give the lawn an uneven he 'was out on his dock still say so long again I hear thefish I Ifl"Ic

gy and Coburn Rain, and Butoh "seersucker" look. Fre- fishing for 'Ole Fighter's Wg callln' me. So until next :

Rain of Oainecvllle'\ were'down( quent mowing and generous Brother: W1th'his"'dtltf-conft4 ] ,,.'.
I TOWN FINANCE CO for the weekend and had Sun bi-monthly apPlirations''Of dence, ''determination, and careful with them Muddlggers!II I '

226 N. Temple Phone 964-7449 day dinner with the Millers! nitrogen-rich fertilizer will _: 1 1A1E
enjoying: the barbecued goat. cause the Irl'au.to level out. I

.Suzy Rain is In Washington, D. On sandy. soil leave the PyRVyyn'tlvvwvy'vyvTTHERESSA Friday evening guests of Mr.

mowed clippings where they I and Mrs. E. S. Sibley were
1 fall, but on muck-type, or rich Rev. and Mrs. Carl Clark and 1 : A I Ia

soil it Is best to remove the daughters of Gainesville and
POULTRY debris:Too heavy a layer of By Dorothy Mills Rev. and Mrs. Jake Thomas

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. clippings often promotes lawn Phone'473-451 and son Randy; Rev Thom ge
.oo diseases. as' mother all of Lake Butler

Keeping the soil moist. In ..... ...........y... and his niece from Kentucky.

between showers 'WIll aid the Guests of Mr. and Mrs.I

NEWEST MILL grass ,,to grow at top speed Hope Baptist Church Marlon Sullivan last week I 'I I s A

and cower the :yard. in one, Sunday School, 10 a. m; were Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Holder -
Morning Worship, 11 a, m.; Sunday I II
growing season. of Lake Wales on
be watered Training Union, 6130: p. m.: and Mrs _
Lawns may anytime and Monday; Mr.
AND GREAT ENTERTAINMENTTGRAND ?of' the'day during summer Evening! Worship 7:15: p. m.: I Bill Feagle of White Springs I

: But, many folks atop Wednesday evening Prayer Tuesday; Mrs. Annabelle Blel-
hour so before Service 7:30: p. m., with choir Saturday
watering an or ling of Providence ;
sundown.;They claim better practice following I Mrs. Hilda Griffith and 8Sgt.| I

I luck In preventing diseases If Vacation Bible School Ann Griffith USMC. of Holly

they don't :put the grass In a 'Hope Church's Vacation wood Mr. and!! Mrs. Cleveland

OPENING wet tbed* Bible School will open Monlday'June ,I Sullivan, Monday. Mrs. Holder.

The,. main thing Is to water 24, Classes from Mrs. Feagle and Mrs. Blel- (

lawns carefully and avoid Nursery through Intermediatewill ling are sisters of Mrs. Marlon 1 t

puddling., Where puddles of be" held from 6:30: to 9 Sullivan. A daughter, Mrs. -- i

.. ,. .. water gather, the grass Is each' evening for one week, Oliver Cample John of Miami,
.-. .. "' '.00" -.' .. .. .. .. .. likely to'be scalded by sun- and all young people of theseages' had'' planned to visit but was
heated water. are welcome. Following because of
unable to do so
LAKE CITY FLORIDA SATURDAY JUNE 22 Most watering systems do the last session next Friday the Illness of her husband whois h

not put out enough water to evening, 'a social hour will be at present hospitalized at ,

'" puddle on sandy soils. If water held with games and refresh Coral Gables. I /

: stands in spots In the ments. Last week was a full one 1 .
\ ; Enjoy the Music of DOT
lawn check .for the reason. Community House for Mr. and Mrs. P. C Mabry. '

t .. There may be a hardpan near The recreation period held They attended revival services I ;

i'i f! 'RECORDING ARTIST the surface or the soil may each Monday evening startingat I at Hampton Christian Church
have been packed too tightlyby 7:30,: at the Theressa Com- I Monday evening as guests of

)'iWJ. 1 heavy equipment when the munity House Is open to community Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley and : ;

Y ;: .; JIMMY STRICKLAND house was bunt; residents of all ages. Tuesday evening as guests of ;
In any case,'loosen the soil Come i out to participate In Mr. and Mrs. Barney Brinson.

\ 1" to prevent standing water the games or just visit. The Mabrys visited Mr. and ".; 1: "

# : Wand his band-featuring from harming the graaa. Softball Team Mrs. Ferman Bell in Qultman, &Eec 'ct/oe Now from the company who .to famous for making people" bom..
._ : Try loosening' the soil with Last'Thursday evening the Ga., Thursday. While In Quit fortable B.year protection comes an plan.elr conditioner'such quality. II has exclusive

a rolling tool that has spike- Triest team came out on the man a visit to peach groves .CENTRAL AIRCONDITIONER d
"the little big voice" of short.end of a 12-2 score In FIva..ofln.hom..M.IIIctlon.o..p'n..m.emolMllllllnll
like If neighbors
diggers. In order resulting -
of course .
was el no cost for p." (except filters. exterior panela or grilles) during
J don't-have one.that' you can their game with Garden Rest- In three bushels of I the entire five years, no coat during the entire five year perlotf for

J GAIL SHANNONSEE borrow rent one' from"the local aurant.. Tuesday night they peaches and a full freezer for compressor replacement or leak repelre and no coat for labor oncovered
., met Owen Joist and this pane during the) first year Labor to replace end fapelrrpart. <
garden supply store. the Mabrys. On Saturday they I other than wmpnuor.nd sealed' system leaks during Ie.,
If the'soil'Is'packed: as hardas evening will play against) visited Mrs. Mabry's sister and I .. four years will be puren....'!.responsibility.". -

I a brick :floor, you are In Hampton at West Side Park brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs.I ,...,.............'........ 4 'qv'

ONE OF AMERICA'S 4 trouble,>Try spading. If youcan't In Starke. About 12 games A. J. Lowery, in Jacksonville: I I re.
are left for the Trlest team to
attended the sing at
t make a shovel dig in I
MOST MODERN MILLS. then try a grub hoe;or a pick. play in the second half of Baptist Church Saturday ,
1.1' "mountain the season. Try to come out evening and returned to their''
Unless you are -
and watch some of them. "
climbing" condition and "h5me church Hope on
You'll enjoy lt.GnannRedding. I
have hands as caloused as the Sunday.
FREE BARBECUE minds of the neighbors who Wedding' Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr.. I
Miss Gnann and
Mary Sullivan's R. .
and Mrs.
HI. :
refused to loan you the dirt .
n Y4 Norman [Butch] Redding
'( tools easier to cousins Becky and David Mc-
CHICKEN LUNCH hire loosening this ,brow-sweating, It Is chore Jr. will be married Fr :lay, Leod, were Saturday visitors Reliable Economical Quiet .! .if i i
I f fr June 21, at 8 p. m. In Hope of :Mrs. Sullivan's parents Mr. *: :&, !
out to a well-muscled laborer. Church All friends Oeneral a/.atria'.sclueIva/ $up.r-81..d Code Two. _
Baptist -ap..d Fan :_ ,
How close ,to keep a lawn and relatives are Invited. and Mrs. Marshalll! Strick-, CUmatuff Compreesor I. ...".d. assure the efficient, cooling .per. ...0......'.. on 'low apeed mo.l of. :
land and Sunday visitors of In itee-bulls! to prevent motor I fail.' formance which results'
In loweroperating
; ; the time I to maintain' a tow,noise'
trimmed Is very important.The PERSONALS her grandparents Mr. and I Urfa. Quelity I components ensure ; costs. Savea you money' : .'. Only I on-very: hot day-over( i
:fine strains of bermuda The Prayers and good wish unequalled dependability Proven Up to 18" over ordinary, units.' .. 90') I. It automatically iwltched
Mrs. O. C. Conner, at Flora- 8954 .".b''.. =
most' dasirable value' Mature., ,
Hurry! Stop by our store for your and zoy las respond favorablyto es'of the community are with home. I high airflow. 1 5
H to 1 Inch mowing. The
Mrs. Clyde Bradley, entered L
Guests of Mr. and)
common bermuda does betterif OR COME IN TODAY
Bradford Hospital
FREE TICKET. (Lunch tickets must be obtained In advance.) kept at least one Inch tan. In Starke for County surgery. K. Childs this week are Mr.his I I
son and daughter-in-law,
St. Augustine generally look Friends of Mrs. J. D. Oriffls and Mrs. A. S. CDllds of

BRADFORD FEED Inc. best when cut about 2 Inches are glad to know that she Is Lake W01 tho GEORGE W. BROWN i
and and In
centipede carpet making a good recovery Mr. and Mr. Percy Sullivanof

grasses will thrive If kept 1 to Alachua General Hospital fol- Palatka visited his parents, YOUR QUALIFIED AIR CONDITIONING CONTRACTOril*

EDWARDS ROAD PHONE 964-7215 2 inches high.Frequency lowing surgery Monday" Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan *

of mowing is Just More good news Is that and Percy Jr. and family 226 S. Walnut Street Phone 984-7731

as Important as height of cut. Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan returned Monday evening. \
t { Some authorities My never!' to her home Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mills I 'Starke,'Fla.

cut more -than .H. Inch at'and'' Is feeling better after a Jr.. and children of Jackson- COMPARE AND YOU'LL MAKE i : THE[
I grass per mowing. I stay of several days at Gainesville vllli Beach were Sunday vis- DECISION'w : ;

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'.Funeral Services Ateu-'\k - ChURCh;
odore Ittelser Oerber; U. der; My First Geography of

... F rMrs. Padgett F. O.'. Identified Klass: the Panama CanalSander- Sunday. June 23 Sunday

'i'.Jri'Jones' America's Immlgl'antsHfti( ; gaard; Especially DogsEs- School, 9:45: a. m. Morning
: Chapel The -Mountain of My Fear pecially In Stlllmeadow -Faber Worship at 11. Youth Choir

',::"" tanS. ''Cornelia Ann (Connie) Roberts> ; The Hebrew People ; Fairy Tales 'Prom Vietnam Practice 4::30 p. m. Youth Fellowship -

.' Padgett. SO ot Lawtey, died Kamm: Energy Into Power -Robertson. i iVVVVVVVVVVvyyv Supper, 5:45.: Training

h"Friday\ June 14, In AlachuaGeneral Sterland; How to Coach, Union, :r5. WMU Prayer

HOL'P'' '. .J. after an HI'Boss Manage and play Little Lea- yvy' Circle, 7i5.: Evening Worahip,

"*" of several! weeks. gue baseball -.EInsteIn; Man 7:30.: ____ ---- -- -- --

.1.1, _a.tif: Padgett was born at Observed Montagu; The LAWTEYBy Wednesday, June 26-Prayer

Laiwtey on May 22. 1938,' and Philby Conspiracy Page: Meeting 7:30: p. m. Church,

I Wa a member of Grace Methnriirt Israel & World Politics.-UTS.- ElIza Bluchwd, business meeting 8 p. m. ,

I Church.. per. Church Choir Practice, 8:30p. : '

'. Edwin. Padgett; her parents, Careers In Computer Pro- Church Activities Rev. Denton Sumrall, Sunday-0:45: a. m. Sunday CHUIifCH ,CHURCH CHURCH

Hufbbard C. and Oracle Starling igrajnmlng Barnett; Nicholas Grace Pastor. School. 11:00: a. m. Morning Schedule of service: Sun- Sunday School 10 a. m. Sunday School I 10 a. m
: Harley, of Lawtey; three Carey-Welch: A Time of Methodist Sunday Worship. 8:00: m. Training Schedule of services: .Sunday ,9:45 m Morning -
p. day School. : a.
School 9:45.: Worship 11 a. m. Morning Worship.. 11 a. m- Morning Worship 11 a. \n.$
Isters, Mrs.' Jacqueline Smith School 10 a.m. Worship, 11
Orowlntf Dan Leeuwen. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Union., 700 p. m. Evening Worship 10:49: a. m.
Jacksonville :First Baptist Sunday. ; and 7 p'm.-Rev. Iceland A. Evening Worship 8 p. III.'
; Mrs. Mary Ches- JUVENILE FICTION and 7:30
STARKE a.m. : Training
ster and 'Mrs. Ahble 'Massey, School 9:45: a. m., Worship 11 Worship. Training Union. 6:45: p. m. Baker, pastor.Thursday Prayer Meeting Wednesday
Euloowlrree Walkabout Sunday ..School ,,9:45: a. m. Wednesday 7:30::$ Prayer Union, 6:30: pin.Rev.l: Jack Evening Bervioe 7::45.. Mid- earli Friday at 8
...both of Lawtey; and two (brothers a. m. and 7:30: p. m., Training Visitation. 10a. 8 p. m. Sing
RlddeJU'Firestorm Lee: Jill 11 m., services: 1st and 3rd 1 Wednes- Stolte pat?!", j' .,,, .
Morning Worship, .a. Service Wednesday
week Prayer -
Randall and Andrew 1-{f. Union 8:30: p. m. .m.. and 7 p. m. p. m. Rev. Harvey: Lane peator.
Harley,' -'also' of Lawtey. and the Applebird House -f- Church of God Sunday sermon "The Way." Training nteht: 7:00: :p. In. Family ; IAKE ''44' *, ,' 7:45: p. n .
Holberg; Smoke .Corbln;& Union 6:15. Evening: Worship. Night. K NGSLEV-. !: NEW
funeral: services were' held School 10 a. m.. Worship 11 : iCHURCH' atjl;! p. ZD: Tu '3day In Jones Escape to Witch Mountain- a. 'm 'and 7:30: p. m. YPE .7:30: p. m, sermon' "Clean CIItlBClllEJcbway BAPTIST SMYRNA MISSIONARY CALVARY BAPTIST
nnorlalTChapel, : with Rev. Key; Oauni4fle] and Selma-i- Wednesday 7:30: 'p. m. Hands and ,A Pure Heart." HOPE BAPTIST' Sunday School': 9:49: 'b.''.m. BAPTIST ChURCH Sunday School. 10 a. m.

'-ASroy Wakefield .,InDiffluent -, Desbarats: The General's' Highland Baptist Sunday Monday Youth Choir 100.: .! There***! ; Morning Worship: : Jlra. m. 6/:/.. W. Pratt' St.: SundaY Morning ''Worship il a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.
was In the Boots FrazIer; Homer Goes School Sunday School 10 e. m. Training Union 8:15: p. m.EVening' Training- Union 7 p. m. Eve- Morning Worship, 11 a. m.Tralnlrj ..
family plot : 9::45, Worship 11 a. m. Practice 7 p. ia. I services: Sunday School. 10a.
rf4({ $Kingsley Lake Cemetery to Stratford'Baker: Valley: and 8 p. m.. Choir practice 7. MeetIng Morning Worship 1 a.I' tt Service ,'1::30 p. m. 'rn. Preachlnar. 11'a.. m.Training nine Worship,, 8 p. m. ) ; Union 6:30: p. m.

tttth DeWitt C. Jones Funeral of Defiance Carr: Calico p. m. Prayer meeting Wednes- Wednesday Prayer I' Training Union-6:30: p. m. Midweek Prayer Service, Wednesday night, service, LVenlng Service, 7:30.: Prayet

: inpChajge of arrange-: ; Ho*- Budd; The Puss-lri-the day 8 p. m. 7:30: : Church Choir Practice. Evening ;-Worship, 7q5':} 'Wednesday 7:30: p. n. -ci>me Union: 6:45: p. m.-7:30 7:: p. m:''Everyone welcome.L. Meeting Wednesday, 7:30:
Evening Worship,
'Ijrge Macklnzle 8:30.: ?. IlL l let us worship together. Rev. p. m.
:;, Corner-Mystery; ; Friends of Mrs. Connie Pad- ,L Parker, pastor. p. m.-Rev. R. U. Butle
:pallbearers\ were Har- The Tide' Won't Wait _Ban- 'gett Were grieved to learn of -W. A Hogan, pastor. Wednesday Night 3":*:yer Allen Price, pastor.. Everyone welcome ..- Elder!: I pastor.

: &/- Wilkinson} Lloyd WllkinSn 'nan; The Parrot of Tsfahan her 'death on Saturday June Services 7:30: p. m. :Rev. PINE LEVEL'BAPTIST A.'O-, Flynn. pastor. CHURCH: OF CHRIST

"\ CartjBrlffls.; James Wain- -Feld: Away Went Galloper 15. 'Sympathy Is extended to .Marie
'sight' ; 1>:> E. Boatwrlgtit' and Baker; Cyrus Hunts The Cou- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.. Sunday' School: 10 'a. '1", FIRST I-RESBYTEniAH Sunday: Bible Study .10 CHURCh HIWAY 18 N.

J mes Wfttera. g Hapklnsi ,Abigal --Sperry C. Harley. and all other weekend1.: Church -Or,",.eaua Clirist Of Morning Wcmh1 -, 11 .. a. a. m.; Morning Worship and

f ?: Twarlup on the Moon latives. re- Mr; and' Mrs. L.. C. Milliard Latter-day SalnU Pre-Seryloes [Booster :Jwrnd,, Sunday School 9:45: a. .JI1: Communion Service 11 a. m. [, Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. :

NEW ,BOOKS Bannon; Flash of Grand Miss Mary Julia Futch of. visited her mother, 'Mm. 1418 Eaat.Call St.] Yotuhc' .People. ,awl Pray'* I Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Evening services'6:00.: I Morning Worship, 11. Training

Canyon Ranney; Tony .And Tallahassee was visiting Mrs Sarah: 'Starling, at the home Services: Service! : !, '6 p.: .m. jBveninnWinihlp : [, Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m., ( Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser
At'The'Library thetree house Chandler; of" another son-in-law and Pries hood, 8:45: ; Sunday 7 Midweek* I I Choir Practice Wednesday' Wednesday Worship service vice, 7:30.: Midweek Prayer .
Joyce Futch and Miss Eliza- .e m. !
: School r1000; .Sacrament ,'I p. so. Minister Jack P. Service 7:3() ,Rev. L.
The year of the second,Christmas beth daughter.; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. 8 : Tommy
New Bo ks how availableat ,Cllfford: -Nlnp and the Terry on Saturday. Ogllvler; 'In Jacksonville on 11:00.; : Service, Wednesday. 1:30 p..I, p.m. "I Bell. Howe pastor.

the Bradford County Public. F'lshHurd, ; Little Dog Tim Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders' : Branch President ;in. B. R. Bowers, D. D. pa to.\'.' 1.v; Robert,D..Vurob..
spent Sunday with Mr. An- Sunday.'ahd .Dean Haneen, ,Da4- 27a, ,,
Library: Stewart The Jungle Book :
; ders' .cousin. David :Varnes, at, Mrs. Gut .
'AttoLT TJCTION Kipling Veronica Oanz -so- hall and
: children of Baltimore -
t his Santa Fe lake home. BETUBX' BAPTIST ,CHtTBCP
Archer in Hollywood -*-MacDonald -' cha: Rex- Stranger; 'Happy ,Mlss Karen Lee spent the: Md. .are visiting her
'Sunday School: 10 a. m r;
; The Complete'Prose, Birth Jay; Mom! Ayaro; mother, Mrs. W. M. Reddish'
weekend with Mr. and Mrs I
Tales of Alexander I'ustkin \-:'' Moon EyePoole; Constance R. E. Lee and John. and her rother, ,Henry. Morning worship. 11 a.Eveatag tt An Investment In Your Future

: Sergeypltch Pushkin: Clapp; ''There's No Place Like Miss Elizabeth Worship. -W' : p. ,it
Terry "was !
Blood Sport-Trance; 0 Char- Nonle Plaice; Undertow Prayer Meeting. 7:30: p. m

itable,Ieath; 'Cosgrove: Cyn- Havewidd; Two Against the In visiting Gainesville Mrs. C.the E.first Strickland part I LEGAL FORMS. Wednesday.-Rev. .J. C. Hes t"llleIOICM rfI

thaa hunt dbout Jbunnlngham; To forget; Father Palermo Computer Tide Clements- Hayes.: Hold that l of last week. .' ,. ford 6 -8311 i County. Md-j ters ,pastor. :

Mr. and
Mrs. B. L. WiUdson
Jr. spent a few days in Jack-
lon-Jones. Folstier Rothkopf: The sonvillewith their daughterand Court.UNWED Middle STATES DIMrlct, ot DlBtrlct knar.; ,.1 Sunday Services: Sunday WPl'tW'iWiit1WiPijt'i'WiiWitntW1' ; % ;\ i
ADVLT NON-FICTION Trail Button School l 9:45 T''SNW l4l'
-= .. Appalachian ;I son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ida. Jacksonville Division, I :: a. no. Morning l :
II United Stated of America Plaintiff Worship 10:45 a. m. Evening ij\i! .1:: i
I I W. S. King. The Kings return: ,, v*. James P. Parrish and- :;::; ::
I I ed with them and spent the Irene B. Parrish, his wife daendants. Service, 6:30: p. m. Midweek
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home weekend. Little Court No. 67-f81-Clvll.? Service. Wednesday 7:15 p. ,, 1
Miss Tammle J. NOTICE OF SAI>R. Notice i II Charles d '
Wilkison Is visiting her,uncle hereby given that pursuant to a I m. Reese minister. Vt
STARKE PHONB 964-6200 and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley entered on May 18, 1068 Foreclosure by the .I FIKST ASSEMBLY OF GOD %
Frence. in Miami. above entitled Court In the above '
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PIIOITE 473-3176' Visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. IX. styled United cause the undersigned OF STARKE '.i
State Marshal or any I West Weldon et. and Ral- !1IiI1' t:4: _
fr Dinkins during the weekendwere of his duly authorized deputies : e. _
will ell the lord Road.
2. Rental Services Mrs. Jim Burton of property situate In
Bradford <
County Florida de- Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. a It ;
=-. Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.. scribed oa: Lot Seven ((7), o-f _t, e; I
Block U::00 a. Morning Worship _
Three m. r
(3) SOUTH ;
HOSPITAL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS Fred Stone and daughter. Ce- GATE
[[ R PLAT.
according to plat 0:00 !p. m. C. A.r services; 7:00p. : _
llcla. of Brunswick Oa., Mr. thereof recorded In Plat Book I
CRUTCHES a. page 1, public record c-f m..Evangelistic Services.
and Mrs .Horace Cox of Wai- .
Bradford County, Florida at Wednesday: 7:30: pm. MidWeek _ _ _ C _
do, Mr. and Mrs. Paul IMn- public outcry to the highest and 1
I Prayer Meeting.
kins Jr. and David beat bidder Cor cash between
of St.
the hour of 11:00: o'clock a. m. Pastor: Lester P. Richardson. '
AugustIne. and Charles Din-' and, 2:00: o'clock p. m. on July I .
kins of Starke. On Saturdaythe 11 the, 1968 at the front door of
Bradford County Court. I
AKS.NILLE Dlnklns were dinner boulei 14 Sturke, Florida Dated : NOIHHSIDK BATTUTLooated
1968. John E.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sr.. Mairulre. I
United State Marshal on BATM* acV!
Dinkins In '
Starke. Middle District of Florida. John
way [SR 2211at! ] Baliord Road
Visiting Mr. and Mrs.: R C. W. Caven, Assistant United 1
State Attorney, Attorney for I (SR 161. JBervtcea:, KIInd"*
Wainwright on Sundajrt''wereMrs. :
Business Plaintiff. I
Directory School, JO a. m. Sunday
Walnwrlght's parents. 64t S-27 "Ht.'k
Mirnlng Worahip. 11 .a. m
Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse Starling ofBartow
,'11... It... In The County :Judge's; Court Of Training: Union. 8:30: mBveniiiff .. ra
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her brothers and fam' Itrn -..i; ". 6:1:' i\t; ( 1 41,X ilies. Mr. and Mrs. John Starling In Probate No. 1-1.VI4 Klorlda : Service 7:30.: Mli'l I! ::: ;::::;:;;::;: :: :::::::::::::: ;:;:::;:;:;:; :;:;:; :;:;:;;;:;:; :;:;:;:;;: 1

Auto Sales & ServteLANDROVER f[MOTORCYCLES Park.and and daughters Mr. and Mrs.of Eaton Carol L I a Fernandas*In ISabel.Re: : Estate P Simpson. I Hlmpson.of: Isabel alec l Deceaaad.) :known Mary day.Week 710.R Prayer\ Service'!. Glenn, Wednes Law- 111111r VIPJ_ ; ; :} ;; :1 !1 !!!11Illjjt!!! { W j! IIII!S III!!!111f!!! IIIIII

hon. ,
I Starling and daughters of All Notice persons To having(Credlto-r claim or paetor. ; ::.:;.;:.:.: Isn't it grand when the whole family reunites on :.:.::..::.::.:.:::.::.:.;' :.:.::.::.:::.:.:::.:.:.:.::.::.::.:::.d.

The World's Finest In HONDA Mulberry Mr. and Mrs. AI L Isabel demand Mary against.Fernando the entate Simpon. of- CHURCH OF GOD I I i 1 holidays or on anniversaries! How good to see grandJK;JK?;1C 13 J.II'-: k ::: n
4 Wheel Drive Perser and Mrs. Patricia Waters also.
Sold and Serviced by MONTE S' A": : ," Denise, Lisa. and Kathyall Simpson, deceased known. a*are Taabpl hereby F. 422 N. St. Clair St.. Starke. ;:;: i: parents and. great grandparents and the new crop of :ffi I\ :;;i
Sunday School
Robert* Chevrolet of Jacksonville. 1 notified their claims and In the required office to file 10 a. m. Worship III' ::::*::.1 babies. Seeing them all together gives you a feeling ofcontinuity f. lOf r.flli \ ::::;;
Green Cove Springs, 80SS MOTORS & (YCLES CO. ,Mr, and Mrs. J. C. ,Tye and I County Judge of Bradford of the Services 11 a in. and :::::::: Ihi Oiimh. Is God'i oppolnlMl gmty. 'In "All" ? 1;:::::'
Jacksonville 264-960O See Honda's Hot.:' 3691 I Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Pearson I Courthouse County, Florida, I In the County .' 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting," ::;::::; and a sense of oneness with all creation. ..v. mrld,? br ipiwdlnj. Hit liM.lodgt 01) Nil ,tova \ t;:!
4949 BlendIng Blvd. were visiting Mrs. Tye's LI within Six at calendar Starke Florida month, Friday 7:30: p m.-Rev. L. s.il ::i:: It gives you, also a glimpse of God's plan in. the ]life i,I1 format. and.if Kit darned for mm to respond m::::::

Parish Motor Phone 771-8244 brother-in-law and sister Mr.' from the date of the first pub. Williams pastor.BOATDRAIN i :: :I tJi..to thai too tt loving hit tiof.hhor., Without AJ :::*
lloatlon of this notice, or the J cycle. When you see the off-spring of the patriarch c this indln'' ,In Ihi love el 1 Cod, ... :; ;:
: 1' MOTORS!! A CYCLES and Mrs. F. L. Roberts. "in same will become void Ii i 1 |r''' '| M 10.
: 4949 Blandlng Blvd. 7T1-8244 Jacksonville during the t week.''. 'to law. according BAPTISTCHURCH. M:1: grandfather, you marvel at the great legacy he'is 'i mont ., 10<1." or Yior| ol Ufa "will .ta| ::::!

i r. 64&T.38.3JtVICE! Mr. and; Mrs. Bill Wilson of r Thla/S John 10th Parke day 'of Simpson June. Sr.1888. Sunday. STARKE ,",I :::::::: bequeathing'the world. AU the children that have issued 'rlli ..pirKnrt. and 'tht (noatm nhkli wt ,,"III. rl1 :,:.::.;:
: School 10 .. .
a. ,
Miami spent the weekend with TSxecutor of the Estate of Isabel m. :: : .d will Innlloblpiilili. Thiriforo, tnn Mi: ::

!4 --ARTSAhvay : her mother,,,Mrs. Beulah Nor:- Mary known Fernandez aa Isabel Simpson F. also Morning Worship' 11 a. m. mi I from him are ia themselves a treat contribution to the ft. "lion.. ...lft'h.I..hlt..Id.' < l ."" ...,.., fj;ii iii
docea. Simpson Training Union, 7 p. m. EvenjIng the climb for t th$. $lako ol Hn mHon ol
MUSIC "! jA !
man. Linda Norman' a. granddaughter i: : world of mankind.' :' ;i
Hellls' V. Knight Worship, a'pi'; Prayer !Iot..1f .... .. ..
m. and .
a Good Used I ..:.:, ami Ml ", /IM, ::
Cars :
also of Miami -was ::
.pm.r.21Lwir Bfc Ph. 8t58- 8M a visitor. Starke Attorney. Florida For Executor Meeting Wednesday, 8. p m.- ,:: :;3 There I marvelous, ] potential I I.in. all these spirits. The \. o.try pnun riiavld, uphold ond ,.. ., h..I.. ::::;

Paulus Music Co. i Mrs. Wadell Wlcher' of 6/13 4t 7-4. Rev. Virgil Lovett. pastor. i:1:1:..:.. 1 I great things.they will do thrill your heart. when you 'rt Mo lurch. boiaiiw" It lolh/ !ttw truth ,;.:;:.!

EAUTY ACADEMY I Bradford, Pa is visiting Mr,: In The Circuit Court Of The, DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH I ::i 1i3 contemplate them. f'Y.g '_'II/f./ dralh end..dllll.1; the "Irvth'" With J;Hi

-.:; .l :Band Instruments p and Mrs. Oscar carter. this, RlKhlh Judicial Circuit or BItOOKEK .>: ,1 elona Kill/ Ml dim .Irio to II.. ol I tttild' olCod. ;.:.:
--:::: \American : I 'Klarlda' In Anil for Ilradford 'This 1 legacy i)f Jives and spirit I can be strengthened, ::;
Gibson Guitars AmplifiersSchool week. ),:,.:>\ I Cou. r. Civil Action JVo. 8-13 Sunday School. 10 a. m. 1::! 1Thu

Hairstyling .Supplies-Instruction Friends of A. C. Pearce ril n tiff.Marlon VB Lucia R. Ann Crawford Todd Craw.Plain. Morning Worship, 11 ,a. m. : H sweetened and nourished by the church. We invite you 1 >::n ;8, r fi ; ,

1Ii-_ -5:- 21 W.Academy-' Monroe 855-8591 .. Roberta Music Repair Ubra.ry-EXP4flt Department Recorders I be A.On in Interested Hospital.fair Sunday condition In to Mr.Lake know and In City.that' the Mr heIs V.I. ford.South(Drd TO. :8 Defendant.NOTICR Carolina(LUcia'IneStreet Ann OF SUIT Todd, Oreenvllle Craw,. Training Lacy Evening Conway.Service Union pastor.", ::30.8:30-p.:Rev.m. 1:-:1I to S 1j talce- ;family- ;;.;;111; week..0 Hi 1WmmmIfi1::;; .. i liii; ) ; ;;:; :;: ..:; ..:;:;: 1

RiversideHairstyling 41 W. Monroe 355-8441 Wallen Sapp and Leslie of' You Luom Ann Todd. Craw. BAYLESS HIGHWAY

U Jacksonville spent the day ford Complaint are hereby for Divorce notified has that been a BAPTIST CHURCH Feature Published in the Interest of a Better Community by the Follow. I

with Mrs. Pearce and they all] filed against you. and yoU are Sunday School 10 a. m.; -

\. Academy PIANOS visited Mr. Pearce at the hoc, copy required of your to Answer serve a or written other Morning Worship Service 11 in X Civic-Minded Business Firms !

2059 Park St.! 888-8537 pital. Pierce Jones of Fernan- on defensive the pleadIng Plaintiff's If any to It a. m.; Training Union. 8:30

Modem Styling dma was a Wednesday visitor. Philip Barton, 'Enquire' attorney, 200 p. m.: Evening Worship 7:30p. : STARKE BUILDERS
QuaUf led Instructor* For Musical Advice 'Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford Northeaet First Street OalneHvllle m. .FAULKNER Edwards Grocery &

Accredited VA Approved C. CARTER NICE Mrs. Hester Hicks and Mr. iKlnal' Florida.with' and the file the of the or- Prayer' Meeting: Wed.,, '::30

s i ''Pay r or Night Classes and Mrs. G. P. Shuford above styled; Court 1-rokr before p. m.; O. A. Meeting Wed. SINCLAIR SERVJCE Mkt. SUPPLIES. Inc.

-4'i 1- ; 'I visiting In Daytona wera the fall 8th to do day so.of July.judgment 19118;will If you be 7:30: p. m; Choir Rehearsal.) 'Ir .- ,

CLECTRIC MOTORS --"': Sunday. entered aaralnst you for the re Wed., 7:30: p. m.; Brotherhood U-HAUL RENTALS Groceries-M ata-Feeda Featuring Ace Hardware
\. ._ _ lief demanded In the Complaint. Complete Paint SuppUeaAd
'me lamuy 01 Mr.' ana jvirs. __Witness I !. ..iyhan4_ and,! the, meeting. last Mondayin Gas & Oil Sporting Goods]
Peavy Brothers .dickering and Other Frank Cruce gathered at home ijj'6 v. .aa ,",ourt on .jump 11, "each, month. R Y. David .

Electric Co. Name Brand Plane, for a Fathers Day family dinner (SEAL Medelros. partor. Truck Trailer Ph. 964-5312 Starke, Fla. WITH US FIKST"Z19 "
r4 i
on Sunday. Those from Charles A. Darby i
KIMBALL "SWINGER" Clerk, Washington St. 94-5870
Court Bradford
1 S44d2ervlcedRepafredGeneratorsStarters ORGANS out of town were Mr. and Mrs. County, FloridaBy SING AT PINE HILL :I Complete Lubrication. _ _ _
Marvin Cruce, Augusta Ga. Reulah M Moody Deputy
Roosevelt Mall 388-8519 Miss Oertle Faye Cruce of ClerkLaw There will ,be a Sing at Pine Lawson Meat Market
Offices Of Philip Darton Hill Methodist 1
Rewinding Church TuU
Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Rob Attorney For Plaintiff on Saturday MInor, 9
=: ":-_4044" Lenox 387-2S28 ert Cruce and son of Heil- too Northeast First Street June 22, at 7:30 p. flI1.! T AND COLD STORAGE

.1!ATERNITY WEAR SEWING CENTER bronn, and Mr. and Mrs.Quincy Gainesville Fiorina 3201 6/13\ 41 7-4 dine sponsored Grlffls.by The Alvin public,and Geral-Is invited. ." 709 S. Walnut Ph. 964-5899 OP STARKE, .INC. We Specialize! ta Custom 'MangtiteTinjf. -

Cruce and son who Cnttlnf .Jk WrappingPrepared -
have. just returned from Germany la The Circuit Con.. Of Florida I !" UJ3. 301 NORTH For Deep Freea
Klwhth Judicial Circuit. In And
H.&N. where he was stationedfor Fur Bradford County. Clvi.AtHom. .. FIRST I II
about a year. Cam, No. METHODIST Ph. 964-7600' Starke, Fla. PBONK 964-7039

... ....A SEWING CENTER Larry Johns of Odum Ga. is Donald Dianne A.C.Daniel Daniel, Defendant.Plaintiff v. CHURCH.Sunday STARKE DOYLE CONNER ______________
rf Church School.
visiting his grandmother Mrs. NOTICE TO DEF13NDTO
: : Sift. Donald A. Daniel 9:45: a. m.; Morning Worship,
Console Model makes fancy designs Verda Johns. 43rd Kng. Bat. Hdq. Co. 11:00: a. m.; MYF activities!, Insurance Agency ..
stitches Jlmmie Alvarez. son of Mr. S-3 '" I BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA"SAVE.
monograms Harold Alvarez Is Port Bennlnir. Oeomtla 6:30: p. m.; MYF Meetings,!,
overcasts sews on buttons and Mrs. please take notice I 7:00: .
.u tlltLII p. m.; Evening Worship ;
*WtckItOftV'll1e's" Most Complete make button holes & blind on an FFA trip to Daytona I I : C. Daniel has filed! 800; p. in.Monday. ;'I TELEGRAPH .
a complaint against you, serklnff I EST
week. With '
this Your Mutual
Shop 'for Mother-to-Be stlitches. No attachments Beach a divorce In the Circuit Court Prayer Group.I Agent.
Demonstrators $48 or }6 per Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Futch of Florida.< Eighth Judicial Circuit 10:00 .
JUDY'SIATERNALANE daughter of Jacksonvilleare In and for Bradford County : a. m.Wednesday 222 N. Temple Ph. 9647369Charley Phone 964.6305 ONTROLtOKMKAia.
f- mo. Call Jan 771-1830:) and laid suit -Being. styled aalx .I' : Prayer Meet-PI
visiting Mr. and Mrs. >ve. and Bible
this week. You are hereby required t" Study. I
t007PaZk St. S3 -60U Robert McClellan serve your answer Or other Thursday Chancel Choir, Printing-Office Supplies ...' .
Ii WESTERN STORE Mr. and Mrs. Allen Taylor, pleading to said Complaint upon Rehearsal.ST. 'I
WilliAm R.. Burwell. 213 E. Johns
MOTORCYCLES and children of Ft. Pierce are Southeast First Street Gainesville
visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. W.I Florida on or !before Jun MARK'S ..I 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla.
28. 1988. and Immediately there -
Triumph i LITTLE DUDE Oaskins and family. after file same with the Clerk I EPISCOPAL CHURCH I Agency Phone 964-5745 for FREE
I 4 Rev. and Mrs. Joe Raulersonof uf the above styled court.Vltne. Holy Eucharist 2nd 4th BRADFORDABSTRACT
t:4 r of % .. the Honorable Judge and 5th Sundays, 8 a. m. JCNCltAL 1N8t'RANOJI: : Inspections & Estimates
Orlando were Monday visiting of the above styled court ana I
.'JacksonvilleJAMAHA Western Store of Mr. and Mrs. L. P..J the seal. of said. court on this 29 I Church School Each Sun Uadertlellll Company
Nobody But Nobody'
;JJ Hurst Shell Service
.. TRIUMPH day of May, 1968. day. 9:45: a. m.

a t 60oo To 65000 Western Clothing leather- Rafuse.Beulah Revels 'of MIami Charles SEAL) A. Darby, Clerk of th S Holy Eucharist 1st and" Charley. Joan Agency 158 W. CALL ST. CARL HURST
Bale -e.Part" Service goods, Saddles and Trailers Mrs. Circuit! Court of Bradford Coon 3rd Sundays; Morning
Vied Motorcycle In Stock Charles & Sharon Petty visited Mr. and Mrs. H. ty er, 2nd.' 'I Ill I. WsJnnt Ph. VM-6VJO, Starke Hwy. 301 &: 100 Ph. 9644111
and 4th Sunday; Fla. Ph. 964-6881
-.u'. ItUUps Hwy V. 8. I &, 903 S. Edgewood 384-1210 C. Kelly. Mrs. Mamie Futch;I By Beulah Deputy M.Cle Moody any and Ante-Communion, !lUll sea _8. Walnut BUnra
Jacksonville 859-7245 and other relatives during the \o U .-Z:uf <0
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Chic- Notice! In JVOTIC-H hcrc'hv' given tluitnaluil. !tune nod. datji >wlll nut be ronlitiril. .A. (* II l,r..1. Ciiiilriii'lorii" ,,. : |Tp.m. ,,. ...... rU-Htloim nri returned' In All rnttfeit\ for plans anilirclflrnllutiH bond lflHUl l hv the Surety Com- *rt !o. oinplot' said,, r> ol.ct
White ;
pastor. Saturday. hid M will b.. l'Lr lvtjL by {< ". \ > ,ryiii: 'Hi 'unit rot-ojpt nf /ax no:", 'lye """".110110", within flv/ ken dinners will be sold from ''I i/e/ ''' nl'iAt'l; : IKT-puim ,n.,, lux, ,ilu .lt of hliin" the I .nT 1 drawing of e'lorlikn. and IIMiil I 1 I Mm Unllad: blil.
Colored the Hiiliril. 1 of ('ul>ll<' 1 InKlrilrllnriof rinnir 'HVwlClo/ "xI llnivi' \ r( '" r i' *e | or pavOM' npnrifli'iitlmiH by
Citizens the church kitchen. Sunday UriKlfiirrt l ('''UI1IY. KlurUlH. nt Mi-Hut I 1 liH-utnantH'iimiy\ 1w F'..'.ijillnirt ; "n.U.t I Uciini-ii. |l. Oiinlriirtiir.' I wo.Htlu 4!;rrt l.. "i'ft.i, : ll 1 ;ha 1.IAeI,. p1 IIIH. Ixx( ) ) Mhall be mndn through **tatn iTrttHftnry Oupnt,"l\t an The; ..u .
the rrii'tt of i ilu>(Suifiirlnlfc iiilviiiof In1' I lha v'f'i'' la' V1";" ", vnmm" uini I I !ro.' I I I n'.,,'"It rluTko N bo II In-, mail. the nfrirn"' of llm Arrhlloi'l.Knrh acrpptftbl. for IflO par, cent of will within -[tv. U>,
News School ..9:30 Youth for :: : i : i.t. IIM.' 'wltf iA' fti-wnr: l.- I"'r"Inn" I > 1 ) bid the riMilrnrt '' ', within' ten after ,, imuuilptmt.Tho .. .
: a. m. lAuliilo' InHtriu-tUin. of jcrml- |Mi.i"an, Archltwt. 3'jrilKln' < d.| I p.'iMililc I I to 'tho Ar 'hlt I' Christ 11 Song furl liniiity.! p. <). HOlt ain' Mt-y Avvntii1, ""'IIIIIi'''' i'livk. Klor-;. .and. |i-lfli-nlli>tiH' HUtv" [,/ i:. Si'UitriiUHIirntH: S,-.imrnliHhoi'ta 1.,1 I | hy .a i-RKlllcr'a, rhltrJt nr billmini 41.1)) days HftiT b'hll.wRr..d. Hoard ofPuMlo Imrr\ntl" \/ ......
f Rally a. m ..mul ill pod" i-miilltlnll. i-l\ (",l1iflBCi ,\ 1 rue. ( |'n thu of IS tho rontnu'l. Haiti bond ( ,
stnrlik. (-'1. 'hi... "in TKI:: )I'. j ids'and 1 1 IIH fiillnw: 1 r dntwlitrfd u r pnw> H nminint per KunrHiilitalntf Of Rradforct unly. P'lotlda.
service by No. 3 Choir. Mrs. in. nn llm ilny up of .1 urlx", 87 1. .h" \\'. I IXMlWI' I 1'iir.lMIKlllMli, ( ) .IIIVB Hrtpr ,PrlIllar, ," 1 ui' Htn'i'trifii I II ', .(l',''nn "may IM,. t purfhnHod mil, iif I Hi- Mil.\ puyiilil, .,' \In I III.'' t tin: rCi.rmnnru: ,\ PB.Vment rcnorvoN the rl..ht to- rn 8iany
Elaine Lee principle speaker. II ANN f.r c'oii-ii-iii'tlnii t>t: I/..riiU/ ,,'invllli I I h'lurtcdi, ( iln/ .. .Mil',I." 'lull d rh'I NIN,It' will' !I". nr .1 I rrniti.. tin .\r'hltnel.I uftllowH I" Uniiril of Pulilli-. litHtriirttnn\ "flirnitfuril of Mxlf| | liiinil.. nhall.: bit paid and! all hldY..and toInCormulltlea. -. M t sa 7'
SCHOOL NEWS rl nllit> .
IVNIIM.Illiilnom r : for the (Vntriirtor.Ne
I ( Pliirlilii.
"Two Jlrnilfiiril Utlh" I 3. nalnot vlllf. Plaiii 1 (nil rofitnd l >''" ( IIM by
I'hliMty N
I YPCL 4 m. Ser- ( > H* MllK-'?.11f"INlthl'a. ell. >. .H'urilnnif 11111 ),, ,,.. rvkliMirr, 'if guYJ faith nndnnmtntt nlildpr withdraw" his The "Rrat, Public )5aWdcttol.
The Heal Start) school pro. p. Eyentnjf A.->A w' 'tl l1nq Ti ,\a linlrnl.' 4 '11- I ( / I Illi' Kliirlrtit ,. ; l i'fiwhiHTH l : $1 ICI i r HKMIHM ) limy \
vice. 6 youth in charge. ieifllirlik., ]Florlflitnt I ( 3. Jiirymnii, ITn'i'-li Plan I' UIMJIII''.) 'nml'' ,"|110" Ifl.tluiiH I hi HIIUrtntianir. ,,* cent 'lux.SptcinriMloHH"" "I""j: ", Inn: T Hint ilio *n" rsxfnl bld.fnr n porlod or, thirty' ((30) Hrudfoi'd" County Fl"'Id"'' '
,pram summer session started p. ip. whlhnpannd (tI Hpi> I Iill-,, uhnll hr "J"v\"n.\II..II"\ I 1",. .I''ba' ,'1.1.. (" viulrir'' '. t1wl :\1t.. t Iho ,doI I I : I in PIT" ''' bkldr. will afciuitilt\ and furnlnh. ,,ilnya otter' t tinitiii. '\ *, not for. opi TlioniHH I L c ainY.. Jr.. "8aeis.,.
Monday with d I four-day First Born Church of the : ind ri-wil" ,..Iowl.nV 1.\'\I .1V1/'N1'et: 'IP'le\1'1/1Vl' 1I"91 I II. ..1.>.I exit| I.I ln. $i1! ,nil!" |I'IIIM l,| 4 ,II"r, lilttH 4\..PIT" workshop at the Holliay Inn, Living God will present! the I hliln. rl'ivil !iifti'f' thr-_ -"II''tt! Hl'VV\'ri ,1111'Ui\ I li> If tut I.IUMM nun'' "":Vul/i. -----!. 7n" -,1d t'orlrunty., \ "flnrlil.-i.) n Omti"M'tnr, will hp rf' 'inlr- "M3t31). ,,I
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for the workers. Students will, Excelsiors .Gospel Singers .
a' prograrn'Qn< Tuna 23 at 8 p.1 I .. '+ a 'NPlII
start 24 !
Monday June. ; Par- Vk ;..t" ;
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m. Come al\.zeph.\ \ .
one. coma : \
ents will be notified about i I t '" ... ;'" f
the bus schedule lor1 the chil- anlah Lane Rep')rter;. Elder t .1 ... .. .JI!;
dren. Flax Howard Pastor. 1 r t""' l11
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NOTICE! Ebenezer Baptist Church
Dell Chapter 168 will ho'd Rev. C. Sernett pastor. The I I 'F naI :

Its regular meetlnR 'Thursday I pastor, officers; and members I \ stn" !
night June 20 at 18 p m. All I rendered services:: Sunday at 3 J ti tnixL tilt
members are asked to please! p. m. for Rev Young at .Mt. Er t 1 ti0d
be present and on time. j i Pisgah AWE\! Church. Wednes- 'mJtfrJH! :
The regular! meeting of the, day night the pastor anil con- 1 ::
NAACP will be held tonight fYl'egatlon, rendered services at '
f Thursday! at Greater Al'en the First Born Church Elder 1 1'l t / at
Chapel at 8 p. m. All membersare Flax Howard pastor. The Senior t 1
asked to pttend. I I Choir rendered song service -
CHURCH NEWS j Thursday night the pastor 0 1 w [ ,
and congregation will\ ren-
Greater Be'hle"em FreeWill
der service for Rev Sampsan:: .
Baotlst Church. Rev. .
White. Choir will
Louis McKay pis tor. '
render song service at the
Vacation El'jle' School will ,
church(: on corner of Oak and
start Monday June 24 through Ida Street. Free Canaan. Ser-
29th from 6 to 8 p. m. dally. 1 I vice will conclude with Sun-
We all parents'to'please1
urge day School at 10.
send their children. The Brother Jackson, a -
theme for this year will be. faithful member of the church T1'I ;
"My Life for Ood. Transpor- is leaving Saturday after a e FROZEN p EN'HT
tation will be
provided for furlough. He will be stationed -

distance.children living out of walking!I In Africa. I. CRINKLE I CUT : ,;;,
The Ministers and Deacon
Weekly schedule: Monday Union will begin Thursday MEAT SHOESTRINGU.S.
night Choir No. 3 rehearsal.I I night June 27 at Ebenezer i r.
Tuesday night. Choir No. 11 I Baptist Church. The public Is 1\ ';
rehearsal. Wednesday night invited. CHOICE BEEF CHUCK FRENCH :J.
General Prayer Meeting.I Greater Allen Chapel AME ,
Thursday night Story Hour Church. Rev. L. A. Sampson PIJ GREEN GIANT 1
for the children. Friday night pastor. Sunday School: 10 a. STE.'KS'RIES
the Church will worship with. m. Morning Worship at 11
Free Canaan Holiness Church! with the Junior Choir in these two t n
of Starke. Rev. Sampson,' of music all day. Evening PEAS
)I' quality shields \ r:
service 6 m. :
LBA 5/$1
STARKEDUSFESS( I I. Plans are In the making for art all you \g': 41 lice CANS SAVE P2I2.d a "
the annual Woman's Dry Pro- need to know 304< : :: \
gram which will terminate flIt! coon imtaur CUYNfar11Getl/lttlrll mu uruittr. i TUNE : about beet.' ; UPi0351*, ,",
August 11. All members are
I '" """ RllIll! _:WI.! (1I! -1- 17
asked to please cooperate with 1 .. .. ....
the activity to make the drive .



Gilbert S. Brown I Duplicating MIMF.O STENCILS machined and and Ink.I I LEAN FRESH :: BIG 10.AZALEA.EACH* 8 FRANKS FRANK.FITS......THE.... BUN 'KG49utr LUSTRE CREME .: EAT B A L LS' 0 R

Standard 011 Service'< Station I riapplleff. Bradfoid County : rn fUMJPa1\! .................1If
TIRES ft nATTpRIKS: at : HAIR .'

Budget Terms-Rood Service l COLE SLAB.................................. cUP 29 CHILI i WITH BEANS 1
tn1 N. Tempi Start I, $9.93- Bradford County Tele B.IE E F PORK SPRAY _I

graph. Ph. 964-6305.< CHOPS.................................... LI 39
'130 CAN

Service Station I ADDING MACHINES: Manual -! 5 "ba! SPARE RIBS...................................... ? 49j* : CHEF '
or el'c trio. For sale or / CANS
Gas Oil LubrIeation'g I
rent. Adf, subtract credit bal-
Goodyear Tires & Battrerle ,,.; : TO 45.. ,,
ROAD SERVICE l. |.nee.- Bradford County Tele SOUR CREAM................................... PINT 35j* 59DIXIE ,.
eel and fIOr.llta'fIr.! ..: graph., .. -. "'' + 4

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GAINESVILLEBusiness ; WHITtIG.l : lIa 79'1 ; TISSUE '
.. 21b box 894< 991ELSEWHERE . :

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& SERVICE.DSMOBELESALES Stanley Blacker Coata r F-
I' Arrow Dress' ShirU 1 FAIR suctw
Fine Selection of Vied Can .
I'urltan Sweaters
Taken On Cadillac Trade I D
Peters Jackets
2001 N-.W. 13th Ph. S78-B301 : _
I S Ladies Sportswear /I __ 1 I'
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and fl,,lii""n\IIIe stall HAMBURGERROLLS:

Anth rl* d ![lairs! A: Sorvlc @ /j
2201 N. Main Ph. 372-4373 .
Crane ImportsVolvo _

MO Austin'Healej MUSTANG
606 University. Gainesville
Phone 872-4251 Mobile Homes, Inc.

Beauty Academy' Galwrvll1! Discount Mobil uijpK Vf l-iCEB'i'

POWELL'S Home Bole Lot. 100% PURE -P- .
Beauty AcademyLearn As low as $100 down. VEGETABLE __

a Profession In Tons 4820 N.W. 13th 378-13
Spare Time. Full or Part Time
219 N.W. 10th 378-2766 -- SHORTENING GREEN FANCY GOLDEN RIPiMlld .
Office Equipment


Motor Repair Co. :
Of OaloMrvUIe' iraRepahingRewtndtng SnO\Vdrift

New and Used Smith-Corona Clary-VictorTot Auth.: Dealer lll.. I Premiu/n rasafl 3LBCI41 t H'I 0 c:

..udlpg Machines. C&lculatonSALF.sSER'ICERmNT 48': 5e : t+ '
878-8316: t
2'''l 11 X.W. Iflth LIMIT WITH 5.00 OR lJlJ .. "

Farm and Industrial MORE ORDER ,

37S-5.W1 ..,.., .. '
Equipment 528 N. MainPh. ;... fr-u--------' -
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Santa FORDFarm Fe Tractor, PAINT & GLASS If A C-;::;;;; i YOUR CHOICE!' LIMIT-I COffEE WITH S.OO rJ ". :'; A. i 'JVJj4>

Implements .
USED Tractor EQUIPMENT: Liddell Paint & : OR MORE FOOD ORDER t ) i :

BALES 4-188 N.W.- PART 8th2W"SERVICE:: : Glass Co. i .1'8.J/. l "'

Olajtti Mirror Sliding Door CRIST 0 F F E E ; ,,
GARDEN SUPPLIES t .... .... "
Tub Encloflnre.-Shower Door* i csh : ; LUSCIOUS/ ( fl'
Johnson & Paris, Inc. Furniture Top'tndo T"O'OT Hi' .

Complete Lin* of Windows-A wnln6I I : 's GEORGIA '
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SEEDSPLANTInsectirideret: 116 I N. W. 16th 373-8101 .A''''.r' .. ;

'We Rent! ) .Fertilizer 'SuppliesFERTHJZERB spreaders'( SEWINGfACIHNfS! : PASTE j I I : SAPt 1 Ib can ORN58 c GREEN I. PEACHE' 5-

221 N.W. 8th Ph. 878-0176 .

LADIES WEAR National Sewing :: ,
.ABBAGEi 14 -:";;
Machine Co. Inc. j rl3 IhY ''"
Cherry's : -- FOOD ...

Gainesville's Most Fa hionaM. Ffuff -New HomeNelco 49 c: : COFFEE Mouue n I'A FAIR i
Address For Ladles J

DRESSEs-8UITS-COATS MATERNITY'\ WEARACCESSOIc1tE9! Used*-Repalri and KepOssessed8a.lt All !Makes : '" ..::: .A 1 Ib can 43c 6(: : 2 LBS 29 C

,; : [ SAVE_ 46{ 951/ VALUE : :
University Ave. Bit W. Unlvewlty. 318-1333 ....
Two Stores: 7 I
and( Onliwuvlllo Mall: r eo. 1 .. i !ere

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mnzMrs.;: ry Williams

f i, .t".-.,n'I,.A A.*.........eu..dIV ,: rEl1rL1; START TODAY! i I f.) ;<' j .
.; ItRR lrOOL PTA PIECE Only' 29<<. of i3 omm J. r j SAVE SOC ".

:, '','J.\qGas\ Rattle .... M -
) sponsored & H 2 PIECES only' 1:8 I .. I Iw
twthe PTA was a bin success. 01 $1 Dr more ThtrmTimp' MM. T M

VA'v.toawlngS,,.30,.with the. winner was being held Rod.May 3 PIECES only' fail c .uftjp\\I :ru Yf'::;::. "A> I I '" L 4 BOWL SERVING.CADDY,

"tieyHftH ETA'' cleared. of $297 Theressa.on the pio-The 4 PIECES only $1.16 1 with oBt1/\ RurtMn or' nor. 'k I '. ,; :: :':::::::':i .
ceupea...4. tt..**Jilr.laih.
so ? r r U.IIMNre'
,. 'AE t>the last PTA meeting itatay'decided 5 PIECES only 1.45 I'with 0'' $15 I purchue Dr more 1aL ?/ I IO a..oAr7woNoa _-
[o _
to postpone all
,./ tuJ'e work days until next AND MORE Continue, amounts of above listing to t ar } C u '. ;tf .
(.;-fuU;.\slnce the weather was match your purchase .', there Is no limit. IS'..'i
J,jHrif>4ry and hot to set out any THIS WORTH COUPON .l' 8
I'-CDQt8' plants:The PTA would .

;;! k e-o thank. those who w 0 R fc5 .7' \>,ltk imkiM tf 1 TktnM-TM, .1\\" ;itY
f >> fend lovely plants to ST 0
1i; WV$aohool an4 all who worked:! .t. DO:jbl. "On The Rocks""

d 9i tea work; days. If the a. I S ; Reg. retail ..........:......: .,*-., .
.uJl!'alt3'you{ offered were not tzJ. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU JUNE 23 r 1 I S' With coupon ........3/$1.59. j

b: "r' ail up this year please WINN.DIXIB ITOHM, INC.CorvRIOHT' .a 4 _.. c n_.....,_.....JYM 2.";'
;r.them and they will be '"

.. up next fall when the .
a M'L
I h"r t ,
am resumes. :
he Executive Committees -:- _____ N..
r V gj.V .1' <
,.t ,PTA would like to 11 : ":"' i''>.
h. all I ladle( of the PTA ''I i )1-Lb. Can ITmif/On*Cofft. of Your Clio.ct. With $S.00 or More Purchow Excluding g.".' .
g, aked cakes or brought
.I {V n1 or helped serve refresh- : 48'It.
,, *4 'at the last PTA meet- :

vln. May ;\;?0. It was most . ., .
clous and; the refreshments '
f.W. re'';eRjoyed.. by. all present. 1-Lb. Can CHASE & SAN BORN Limn Out. Colin Your Cheic.. With, $$5.00 or MOI /urcha.EzcbdnP'C tpdr ra.
;..at leers elected for the .
S I IZRtl-BO school year: President. PLUS BONUS GIFTS "

u Msnt;" Vice President COFFEE. COUPON WORTH 5.8';

rt Mlce r n Cllett Hall: :. and Secretary Treasurer Mrs. l. : V ... ... g 20 POINTS
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rs Grace Searle.COUNCIL 5-Pk. lISTERINE Plus 100 Stamps) ". : rh'l ,-

:6e rn.e City;Council met on( :
sWye: 11 with all officials pro-'' TOOTH PATE :9'i

tech :. except Charles William-1 a .. . . .
tiX> ?; Guests were Willardl 1 I I
: ) (lmas. Mrs. Alderman, and i y1 I With .
D D / Q. WHITE & BLUE Itmil On t5 00 a
.wr Balley. I IItt
:, .e danger<< of decayed trees
.and:falling{ limbs is a hazard D Arrow TER' HT .49
1 .;\1lAea.Q'operty owners and power \ k.
Hill will '
1!" "ct a local utility com- 12-os. CRACKIN'GOOD OLD FASHION DARLING

!Q\ 1to see,If a Joint venture
Ca ir a..5/7.
\\I be worked out to dispose /i1
1';jof.most dangerous trees.
\Nu'merous': small items were ..
.t' >rUKht(?' to the attention of'fhe -1ofcCANNED ALL FLAVORS INCLUDING FRESHEN "JOO'i KLFENEX r'd 13' o*. REESE: PEANUT: No. 301 Can THRIFTY MAID -,r _":;?' 'h! ',

1 'that Council would,by Willard Improve Thoma the- CHEK DRINKS....... 10/79* FACIAL TISSUE........2/49* BUTTER CUP.. .... ........4f.< BARTLETT PEARS.... /$] :)
( ruck. Council .
:$ will try to

.secure':urplusaWarehouse.these, :!.Items from. PlorJldfl ;FANCY RiCE.......... 3 ,39* CHARCOAL.. ................ 89. .CINNAMON BUNS ......29* FRUIT DRINKS....... .4/i..

;;:l\4r.\ Thomas Captain of Ib.! : HFLLMANN' '. 3'%.Lb. ROCKINGHAM! WHOLE. 19.or: DIXIE)( DARLING. FROSTING & 3SOO.: ARROW; 't.I :'

:jfi e}! .:'Tfie,"Volunt 1st each month for fire
drills. "

t 'i! e'.will be i pefense Jrtown the alarm 1st Sat sys- PICKLES..................... 29* TUBA ISH............. 3/89* TOMATO. CATSUP..3/$1. PINEAPPLE... ..........4I.US. .
t rday of eaoh month and..the
Regular fire alarm.will be A -. ,
blown each Saturday at a oast. ,
R. L. Brown's resignation s USDA GRADE "A" Dr. & Dr. QUICK FROZEN ,: USDA. CHOICE B.E.E.F': "'j

was accepted by the Council BROAD BREASTED' ." 0. .. .. '. ., .. .. ,
flrtd J Pete Knight was hired to ' ' '
pick uo trash weekly, ri, CHOICE ,1

The GA's met 'last weak-nat nfffit.. 0' lamb. . IB.U 89 TURKEY' S USDA'ReO'W""D' C K RO AST .
the home of W'* rovnv. 'iHfMrs. ., tt.l
.Barbara HW1. for theirregWar .S. CHOICE IAMB.SIRLOIN OK

t :'' ;l/lomlng.their/ business ant:! were meeting servedWatvh in Loin) (rfsOpS..n. $1 .39 4 STEAK l8.. --9 STEAK. IONEt9 l..
'U' .
; at noon.. In the ffprriobri U.i; ChfolCE LAMa 8 to 20 % .. .. .."0\
they enjoyed swimming USDA Chofc, W.D Brood \ Bon*ShUw or USDA CHOICE WD'nRAFIDCOIN, FED RII "l'
a?:). d-Lake. at the home of Rib Chops.$1.19 LBi'G. : 19* i iLAMB

Mv 1..Those; ; and Mrs.present Horne.were Phyllis ji II. STEAK. . 1/:9:: ;

Cff\rt\ f n. Donna Faye Craw- US. CHOICE LAMB SHOULDER W D BRAND BEEF SHORT > ', .('.
fprdr Lenora. Frneit. Elaine 2'' cltUC.W Al M.Q""'" > Jv
and! "jSandy "TtounarHiood. Susan PAIR tties LB.39, RoastLB59 II IS. 13US. .. 39 bTP li'iG'OU .
i . .
tfffHT:Y Arbutus Pearsall, Joann t ..., Ie "11 . n ".
Sajt r. and Joan Hinson. Mrs. W BRAND

'Hp_. 1> And II GROUP Debbie accompanied OUTING Breast LB.w _hi'S:69: ( HAMS 3 IBS.. S20 79 WT Yf 4 $1. i BRAND LEAN GROUND (Hui K>0 Stampj Ji C 4.

':: yenty\ : young people of the
Lupton Baptist Church en-
a _, A an outing at SaltQpnngs { '' ''' [ "" uk
.. ( on Saturday. They HARSfESfr FRESliFANCY ,1 'tfi, '
.. 1W, ..rt'.l<5 served lunch and enjoyed:! ':r .
:: ipying In the afternoon.
; \jgii e "
r hl. Lorraine Green, Mrs. "
41e OrlCfln. Mrs. Mel
-Darnel.t Mrs.; Edith Kenna CORN 10 EARS
ajifl;'Mrs. Lorraine Youngblood
were.the sponsors
/?b. Adkins of Dundee
, ''a f1i 'I2.t? the weekend with hispitta. JUI.CY, PLUMS. . .I 29
)i1J; Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
r Adkins. SWEET t JUICY hL
r: and Mrs Prank Brown !
';n tl'children of Winter Havens EBERRIE.2 tinll 79t .
f j\\('feunday with his mother _
F. Brown. _
.. : and Mrs Calvin Rlch- : i C _

4,'t j' : Joel Toye,Smith of Ocala and fain-Mr. ONIONS 3 tBS.39' MELONS..e :A99 L V ___ ..

1 : ; Mr. and Mrs Fme"V
[ and family of Starke .I f ,/
; Day guests of LEMONS. DOZ.39t TOMATOES 29 V }
I MrsJ. G. Adkins.S. _
Wm _
Wr Griffith and '//1(
,) T of Miami spent FRESH FIRM HEADS GOOD LUCK %'i(Plus 100 Slampi with. coupon) ,
;;; with Mrs. T. P.Mrs. vJI

;I :::II, : niece. :Griffith, is Mrs CABBAGE 2/2' Margarillo4/I. -- -V "

., nd Mrs. A Shealy and .._ ",
r uuu -' U u.uu UUuun 'Kg of MORTON'S (Ir'
family; ;,,of Atlanta Ga. spent iExR;: m TOROIHiERS. < ;:
ttie.-weekend: )'( .,.with Mr and 1 i .x. R h i xH .l? .................39. BREAD DOUGH....2/Ii.; .

.., i4 ': 'Jeff, Baker, =1 1 tl_GREEN. .STAMPS. ::1 1 I M JCH IH M1
Irt.l'Ka,' 'L ClriMiU. Court or ThJntllrlBl .. : ft o.LB, P..... ::1 I. 42* 2v,.LB. w D 1; I.. U 2 FL*. on o*. an A I: HADDOCK FILLET...u.......2/I STRA\YIIERRIES..4' .'
+ ., ., 4A
Jf:Ls"" '' flrfulf OFhr.a :1: JI. w.D.aA." LaN :' .HAND QUICK' r"OXN 'D.OWHOL.O"CUT.U" '1201. Can ABBY'S 2 .
,. .0,. :,
: A.11Poe| Bradford Ground Beef Beef ..... Fresh t
; IL Burghers ... .. Fryers .
(.I4..t.{;i: :, ;/= ObOO.THRU. JUNK.ZS ::1'I S": 0000 THIIU.JUNC.. ..21 1 OOODTNIIYJYMaa ... .. .. .... : .LI] ( f30HADE.....................5/l. POTATOES..3"
VlK; McCrary. L-!! .a.- ASTOR .
C Plaintiff. Can l'
v :...... ..... ... a-oi BRAND BREADED M ,
ant.'Vl D1ru'I'Ann.,- NOTICE.r'1 OF McCrary SUIT! DefenA- : -XTR .1u--u.--E.XTR I.-i X.TR :.f ORANGE? ? JUICE.............. 6/T SHRIMP CHUNX S........$1-9$.I.;'d
)few Dark'B Ann McCrary I 1 1 1 1 I 9 ot. fkg OIXIANA REGULAR OR FRENCH CUT 'All FLAVORS MORTON > /1'
,Unkaown tl( : t2l.... .. : STAMPS :
rnxe :
HfttU* kMl! M"MMUMI Mf GRIEH A .
a J ..hp....tI.are ah fnr-hereby, dlvorco' nntlflcd halO bncn that II; 44* 'TWO FKO*. : PMfl. or S W.O" : : ................ 5/$1. CHEATS PIES......................,. ,,;.
tllmt..l'llln..t. you and you anv : J1I. CHUN KINO' 1 J;/ IS' TWO POX DKLUK J1I. CHOPPIO i 70.0i OIITON' BUY ONLGET ONE FREEl .--. SINGLETON'S' "
I /" Hr rd?. to d..t.nR..R.serve a oopy If nfrK'wHttan : t" ." Frozen Food : 'I I'_.t" Pizza Pies "_.... Beef SreokeHesOOOrf : MA ROMI & CHEESE..39* SHRIMP CREOLE ."
I Euironn. Shuw. At. : .: : = :
,Jt .. ..' ror Plaintiff whuKH.. art- ........... ...,- .... ... ... .- .--._.:1.._____...___....._.........__..._._______._.._......u..u'u....._________________.________._...__..___....___________________._____...._____. ._..____._ __. ..
draml W( 142 Went full 4Ir..t. -
f'. iR' ;nor,"" ("'*lorlia.with] thi and Clerk flli th nf' or-thpiiMiMBiBiiJi .. ex.TOA... =1 rex.TRA. : EXTRA : rrr I. EXTRA.1 EX--R : _Ex'YRA. : :. '
.il Court, on or. hrorJuly. I dvr GREEN STAMPS... :I. I dvJ l..GREEN STAMPS... : I dM:!:' GREEN STAMPS : 1 I .. : I i It* GREEN.STAMPS : I 11 1 d% GREEN STAAVS : :
i wM M-rw r"ia .r.x.a nn MWWMM r..a. /.r.lx r
:10. 198S.oIherwl: a JiiilmentJn *- w N *M.war arM r w.vr.rll w arw w M.I.r.r 1 r. wrIMN r wla r.r-M.rr raalwr
*" b. lter..d nenlnutym #7 2.L.. MB ::1 : i ., :, i .laI 1![1"
IK. 24'CT. BOXMOOMS low u. Pbt.
rw- the rellW a .m.n..d I In O41 'O.P.bYrN.vaw.. 'JW 44J1 If 34.Ot. VANItM 'J if tO VK9. .HILL 'J *lt a.PN.LI.r, elNC, J Y's.OoDLuctc .
th" Pwmnlalnt or Petition. C fit. Berry Preserves : : .. Bowl'Cleoner. I No Pest Strip : : Ma".arfne
M my hand) and th aaaI :1 ;1 rat; Sanitary Napkins .,-. (rat, .- Toothpaste:1: .
Of.( v I rrlirt. on :dune. 4th I9e Y, : .D.E12. : 0000 TMKU. .JUNC. 2* OOD TMHU. .JUNC. 23. : GOOD TMKU JUM. a3 : OOB... TMU.......JYM...2. GOOD_.U JYNa Jv r I ,
f\\ T n IePk' *' Of A"BnM,TIprov. Courttontkfpn :..0.... .::: ;: .:; _....__._______._:: :; : _::;_____.:._....._______.._:: ;::: :: .......:................::::;:: :;; ....... :.____-__- -- y. '".
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