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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 27, 1968
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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VOLUME NINETY STARKE.' FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1968 NUMBER ONE'
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d5: Tillman. indicted Richard here last month McIntosh on, iy.. '' !Y, ."Mln-er I ,. 4 NY'

a first degree murder charge, Promised Casey f

has been ordered committed to ifs .

a state. mental n. titutlon.

The- commitment, order was --...., ,
issued by Circuit Judge Geor- j'' 1

ge L.. Patten last Wednesday' ,t 4ii4 :! t. 12 Merchants Hear After 2nd

'June 19{ upon receipt of a report .: (, rR

.by psychiatrists appointedby
the court to examine! :Mc- Discussion
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Intosh. Plan To Remodel .
Arraigned here May 13, McIntosh + -

pled not guilty 'toy rea- With\ HEW

son of insanity: in the pistol wtl""yM
\slaying May 4 of Mrs. Jeanne ?i.v"rt .teem Store EntrancesA

ReM Mendlvll 34-year-old :detailed and specific

'Starke mother of three. McIntosh Early Completion Set On Middle School written report of Bradford
dozen Starke
has been represented ,by merchants attended a presentationand County School Board's non-
Public Defender R. A. Green, explanation of how store buildings can be modernized
compliance with the Title
Jr. Brad'ord'" new 1141.1,000.: middle school to .house griuli B, The Hccoustlrtil floor covering' (carpet and the hanging with new entrances, facings, and sidewalk covers by- VI of the 1964 Civil Rights
shot five
Mrs
time with Mendivil a .83 was caliber pistol 7, and 8 next fall I I..* almost complete, Supt. Tom Caney re- wnlls ulll lie installed July 14 and 15. day representatives night at the of Chamber Fashions, Inc., of St. Petersburg Mon Act has been promised by

all she sat in her car outsidethe portM. Four big Hlr-ronditlonlng, like the one being Tho way It InoltH now Casey !nay, Drake pmntructliin(: Co., --- could- be of the of Commerce."This U. S. Department of
one
B & G Truck Stop on U. S. hoisted by the crane above were Installed Juno 14. Electricity 01'111"11I finish the. job u few week of the August 18 dead most profitable meetings Health Education &; Wel-

301 McIntosh was arrested by will ''I..H> tied Into the new school. on the old Conway Airport 1111('. many of you ever attended." ideal location. for a remodel- fare officials in Atlanta

Bradford Deputy Shetiff Glen Friday and there In ntlll Homo plumbing work to be dmin. The hullillnR .IH. 3.5,0W: : ( square fcet.middJe Fashion Inc. President M. M ing Job. He repeatedly cited Supt. Casey said he was

Moore as he stood by ,the car Scott told the merchants and the boom in traffic north told in an hour-long phone
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Florida will face when the
shortly after the shooting.
Chamber members as he ex conversation Wednesday
The woman had been employed At $719,436 plained his firm's building huge Disney World complexnear June 27.Casey .
as ibartendcr' at the Oasis Orlando opens. Starke
modernization
and weather
wrote the Atlanta office -
Lounge on U. S. 301 near the control PI'odUCtS.Several located on US-301, will receivea
of HEW last Friday June
Alachua County line and had certain amount of ,trade
merchants are en- 21, following up last Wednes-
at the Truck Stop after through) increased tourism
stopped thusiastic about remodeling day's meeting with HEW officials -
Triest Const. Wins he
emphasized.
she left work.McIntosh their store fronts after listen- on school desegregation. + ,
a former resident Reasons Scott gave the
Ing to Scott's proposal, lookingat In reply, Casey said, he thla
had been merchants for modernizing
Willlaton em-
of ,
an actual: model of the alu- week received a letter that.
ployed for seven years as a are:
minum and steel panels now '
was simply a repetition of
radio operator for the Starka -To create a shopping center -
on display in the
Chamber office desegregation. guidelines hand-
Police Department.The Courthouse ContractContract and effect to maintain and
looking at actual ed down by HEW.
sheriffs office Here said color sketches how Starke improve shopping and trade. The long phone conversation -
Tuesday that McIntosh la still could be remodeled -To discourage more shop-
with Robert Alexander,
being held' In the county Jail A Fashion Inc. ping centers from moving in ,
representative head. of IIEW's Civil Rights\
where ,he has been without ball to build Bradford's new courthouse was Sam Winton, of Jackson- and taking business out.To section) in Atlanta regional office -
'since the shooting, pending his awarded Wednesday June 26. to Triest prevent devaluationand
Construction
ville, U in town now consult- followed. Casey said last
acceptance 'by the Florida Co. of Keystone Heights for $719.436.. including two Paper Early a ing with merchants and pro- depreciation of buildings Wednesday's meeting was rehashed
State Hospital at Chattahooc- -- and Inventory and to keep
alternates. viding estimates of the cost of
on the phone, but that
hee. Construction Co.. millwork Next Week customers from going else-
Triest; was $26,674 under his his firm's modernization pro- Alexander promised to send r i
Keystone Millwork; tile work, where for merchandise.To .
nearest'
Brown gram.
competitor, him a specific: written ac-
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Second Phase Construction Co.. Inc., Oaln- Central Florid 1 Tile Gainesevlllel''prritlnB4"1 .Due.to. the 4th:.of Jvlv .Fashion...Inc.isa wholesale provide allwea.ther. count of where Brl1. fOord-II '
.. .. r'9"-,""" > "" +'. :' :! #} Qd .".JatObB! ; firm and shopping by erecting continuous "
V J lifi'! ::: esrtlle; Mt'$746T8lnthaing. ; : << holiday Tilt Telegraph'1 will local store tenants not In compliance. Alexander
0- lee the alternates. He has 310 finishing hardware Clayton be published on Wednesdayof and owners will work throughany covers from store entran told him he would crttlclzeBradfol'd'

Due TonightBids days'to complete ,the Job once Co.; roofing, Melee! Roofing next: week.Correspondents. contractor they choose ces to edge of sidewalk.To teacher Integration

construction is begun Co.: plastering. State Plaster- churches should they decide to modernize Increase pride and new In the report, Casey said.

on the second phaseof The Commission also authorized ing; acoustical tile, Central clubs, columnists and 4" through the St. Peters- interest in the town and to Tlje superintendent said he

the Bradford-Union' Voca- Architect: Frank George Acoustical, and plumbing others submitting copy for Pfc. Proctor fBradford's burg firm. The aluminum bring In outside trade contended that Bradford

tional Technical Center consisting to work with Board AttorneyT beating, and air conditioning, next week's Issue must have panels and posts and other Businesses represented! at County has no segregated

of two vocational of- A. Yawn. in drawing up the L. B. Reese. their material In our handsby parts are all prefabricated the meeting were Leila's, Mallards schools since he signed HEW's

floe education, classrooms. contract, for Triest to sign In other action at Wednesday's Monday of next week. 8th and have only to be installed. Torode Shell Oil Carp's form. 441-B two years ago
,
will be opened at'a special next Wednesday July 3 at special meeting the Advertisers! should have The firm has plants In Oem Jewelry, Florida Theatre, agreeing to abide by freedomof

School Board meeting Thursday the .tegular board meeting. Board: their copy in not later Kansas Virginia and St. Pet- First Federal Savings and choice plan. Casey said he

June 37, at 7.30: p.m. Once the contract Is signed Discussed Qov Kirk's directive than Monday afternoon. Vietnam VictimPFC ersburg In Florida. They have Loan Dr. D W. Whlffen, and told Alexander Bradford students -

It will be the second time Triest will have seven days to to get the county safe- done remodeling work all over Smitty's Barber Shop. go to the school of their

bids have been asked They start work before his 310 days ty inspection station Into operation the country Florida towns Roy Burnham manager of choice and that RJE High
almost $40,000 over begin. as soon as possible Include Lake Wales, North Carp's and chairman of the
In
came Sales Tax Up Johnny Lee Proctor and Anderson Junior High are
asked Trlest's low but took no action. Port Charlotte, St. Retail Merchant's Committee,
the first; time they were base bid was son of Sewell and Florence Petersburg all-Negro because students
March 23. $713.774.. under Brown's base Discussed a request that After IncreaseTo Proctor, of the Speedville set- Daytona Beach Quincy, St. /said there is "great potential"for choose to attend ther neigh-
But an admlnstratlve( \ suite by $26.026. Triest will install air-conditioning be installedin tlement In Bradford Cloud and'' Kissimmee. development of Starke.He borhood schools
planned has been eliminatedand the first alternate- a sprinkler the County Health Department 4 Per Cent Keystone County Scott showed color slides of cited the confidence shownby HEW representatives from
near Heights became
Just the two classrooma system for 1398. Paving, building/ and received( Bradford Paola Kan., a town FashionInc. the Florida Bank at Starke ''Atlanta told the School Board
an estimate of $4200, from Sales tax collections last County's eighth victim and Community State Bank in
curb and the second has finished completely
left. gutter, of the Vietnam war whenhe last week that a plan must be
alternate will go In for 4314. Brown Refrigeration The month surpassed those of remodeling. Paola even put building "fine new facilities submitted shortly telling how
Board derided to inspect the May 1967, $13.8 million was killed In action on attractive surroundings
by like
BHS AthletesTo Price per square foot on the June in red outdoor carpet on their "People Bradford's dual school system
7 the ''Vicinity of
base bid' is $21.30. building with Brown and de- or 53 51 over the state according covered sidewalks to invite : Burnham said will be entirely eliminated! In

Begin Work Other bids, including alternates cide after that. to J Ed Straughn, Quang Nam to Province. trade. "That's the first thing we two years. Supt. Casey con- ,.
According Information
dliertor of the State Revenue (Continued on Page Four)
were from R. B. Gay Scott termed Starke an tends the county has made
supplied by the Marine
; Corps.
Bradford High footballers Race Track Funds Commission
Construction Co., Jacksonville, PFC Proctor was fatally "significant" progress In
will begin Individual workouts $754000; M. M. Parrish, con- Bradford County collected school desegregation and
Top Last Year'sTotal wounded while his unit was
Monday. July 1, after resting tractor. Gainesville $757.125 $33,505 last month comparedto that the county Is In compli-
setting up a position to
since spring practice Coach P R. & S. Construction Co. Figures $22689 til May 1967 a port the 3rd Battalion sup-1st apk r'' ance with HEW's guidelines
David HUVSB said Wednesday"I'll Palatka. $759.434 4767 per cent Increase P9 which pertain to the coming
Marines during a large scale
help those boys who Other Jobs Triest has donein Bradford County received Baker County collected $7- amphibious operation In pr school term, at least.

help themselves" Hurse said. Bradford County are: additions another $17,000 in race track 4B8. and $11,743 up 57.24 per Quang Nam Province At Casey argued that the coun
The Tornado mentor. thinks to Anderson Junior funds this month bringing the cent, Clay. $32.225 and $57.- 9:30 approximately ty's freedom-of-choice plan it
: an
a m., ex-
his squad can be outstandingnext High And Starke Elementary total received here during the
707, up 79.07 per cent and plosive device was detonated now operates. under by which
year -if the boys work School the county agriculture current season ,to $307,509, ) Union, $5.673 and $5334 up extremely close to PFC Proc- any student can choose the
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hard enough. building. maintenance barn This exceeds by $12.0CJd" the
2.74 per cent. tor wounding him fatally. school he desires to attend.
,
Outer Go. a new weight auto safety Inspection station. total per-county distributionof Most counties showed, sub- Proctor entered the serviceIn leaves the county In compli
gaining drink Is now available and fair buildings. $295,000 made last year
stantial tncieasei over May June 1967 and had been in
at the field house, Hurse The 33,500 square foot Each county will receive one last year due mostly to the Vietnam since last October, ance.HEW officials, however
said. :It arrived Monday and courthouse will be by far his more distribution as of June I increase of the sales tax rate where he was serving said the freedom -of-cholce
will be used In connectionwith largest job here however. 30: when the racing! season as a
from 3 to 4 per cent, effectivelast field artillery batteryman in plan Is no longer in compliance -
the team's weight trainIng closes until November '
Subcontractors named by officially April 1. with the 64 Civil Rights
program Triest are: masonry Triest rcontlnuet on Pane! Four Act, under new guidelines

handed down in Mar., unlessIt
Bonds Fail To Sell leads to complete Integra-

r tion of all schools. Under the

I r a. new guidelines, the federal officials

A. T Mallard of Mallurd'H 5 & 10 and Roy Burn- in compliance said the county while cannotbe RJE

BHS Renovation Receives SetbackA ham Carp's manager, examine the Fashion Inc. model In the" High School In Starke and

C:liamlM otth and u. sketch of how the north side of East Call Anderson Junior High in Law-

Strwt" could look after FaMhlon'w nil-fare aluminum paneling tey have school populationsthat
175.000: State Board of because of Interest rate limitations BHS auditorium to outfit for er Junior High, and Hampton school Is now under con- had been applied' to the store front.*. are totally Negro.A .
Education bond Issue for Brad- and the tight money market large class and testing :situations Elementary. Additions have struction. F-C plan Is not accept

ford County' has failed to sell Supt Tom Casey: said this Of equal priority was been made to Starke and South- Bids will be 'let tomorrow able unless it operates so that

week. additional kitchen and serving side Elementary schools and night Thursday, June 27. for Mill age Rate May Go Down every school has mixed stu-
The Community Bank Renovations at Bradford facilities In the !BItS cafeteria. Anderson Junior High. Some. the second phase 'of the vo-tech dents and faculties the federal

of Starke High School! were planned with Renovation plans. call for demolitIon renovation has (been done at center. It has been 'built en- Slightly In New Fiscal Year men said.

The Florida Bank the major portion of ,the SBE of existing C' Building BHS, a new field house was tirely with state and federal Casey's letter states:
Issue Supt. Casey gave no In- facing: North Temple Avenue built there a vo-tech center funds. "The Bradford County'
at Starke dication when 'the bonds mightbe A round 'structure is in has gone up, and a $413,000 Bradford County's 1968-80 commission will get 10000. Board of Public Instruction

And sold or if he expects the the plans to replace It. mlllage rate may be reduced Budget estimates have been meeting in special session

First Federal SavingsAnd BItS renovation to take place All other existing facilities 2 Starke Men Lincoln CityBaseball very slightly from the 16.948 drawn up by School Supt. June 19. 1968. Instructed me

Loan AssociationWill within the near future. will !utilized and some new mills Imposed over the current Tom Casey who says the to write you requesting verification

Be Closed For Business Plans for a $750,000: renovation ones are included in the plana Indicted OnMoonshine Team fiscal year, according to;( indi board's millage will probably of the status of the

All Day Thursday of BHS were presented to A system of malls and classroom ChargesTwo Sets 2 Games cations from courthouse off be slightly under the current Bradford County Board of

July 4, A National Holi- the School Board l March 26 by walkways are planned to cials.The one. The board will be enabled Public Instruction regarding
Architect Don Morgan; the eventually connect the high Starke men. Mark Lea The Lincoln City Dodgers new tax roll, drawn up to reduce local mlllage compliance to ,the Title VI of
work to be done over the next school from Temple Avenue 'Luke and James Calvin Reames, will play the Braves from by Tax Assessor Gene Long. slightly because 'of the Increase the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

day.The several years. west to the present field house. are among 22 persons Indicted Baldwin Friday, June 28, at totals approximately $62 mil- In state funds and the "If it appears that the Freedom

CommunityState 'Bat the $175,000 we ex- Morgan's 'ketch presented to on moonshine' charges last 7:30: p.m. on the Bradford High lion and has been approved new improvement funds pained of Choice plan agreed to

pected to !be available in the the School Board In March week 'toy a federal -grand JuryIn diamond. by the state comptroller in the last session of the by our County' la making Insufficient

Bank coming year, and now those represented the completion of Jacksonville.The Saturday June 29, the Lin- It shows an Increase of 1. Legislature.The progress I would

hopes are dashed. Supt.. Casey Supt. .Casey's "master plan" pair is charged on three, coln City team will take on the 491,300 in taxable real and county commission U appreciate. detailed written
Accounts now Insured said in March he had) been assured for over $2.5 million In Brad- counts of conducting :business Newberry Sidewinders also at personal property. At present it follows up past performances report of these areas.

up to $15,000 by the bonds would 'tell ford school construction over an distillers with intent to defraud 7:30: on the BHS diamond. rates that would bring in will strive mightily to "Please advise me In writ-

Federal Deposit Insurance ''First projects were ,to be Im- the past three years the government Admission! Is 60 cents! for about $24,000 of which the hold the mlllage line. The Ing if additional facts are
Corn. proved lighting: seating, and A new building 'has., replaced They are free under $i'l00' adults and So cents for children school board would' receive board's tentative budget hAs
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climate control in the existing old Laiwtey Junior High Brook- bonds. about |14,000 and the county yet to be made however.






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Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Mrs. H. B. Hamilton returned Kathy and Keith OHlllra-; Mrs Michael O'Brien of' Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham Local admittances.:! to Brad- Terry Yawn entered the
wire were In Gold.\\ last Friday after beng ham Jr. of Jacksonville were 'I WInchester Va., Mrs. Jim spent last week attendingthe ford County Hospital this Naval Academy at Anapolls.
r the past week visiting confine;! in_St Lukes Hospital I visiting their grandparents Garner of Jacksonville, and Florida Fashion Mart in week Include: Mrs. Eleanor( Md. on Wednesday.
M. ew Mrs. Ray Goldwlre and fam for four weeks and then con- Mr. any. Mrs. Guy Sale last Mrs Charles Sawyer of Starke Tampa and vlsting their son- Blddl and G. Todd Gibbons Col. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin
w ily. They brought back their valescing for three weeks at. week while'their parents at-:I spent Sunday to Thursday of in-law and daughter, Mr. and I of Keystone Heights; Shelton and Mjr. and Mrs. V. J. Spen-
... --. -- grandson Hal Goldwire, for the home of her tended the National, Jaycee,I last week with their parents,I Mrs. Dennis Williams and Arnold of Lake Butler; James gler attended a dinner In St.
' an extended visit. law and sister Mr.bJ"Other-ln-I' Convention in Phoenlz, Ariz.I)I Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slid: in family in Lai'go. Teston of Lawtey; Arthur Augustine last Wednesdaynight
GLADYS MOOTY Mrs. W. M. Goethe of East W. C. Bowers, In" Gene and Dawn Mathews of I: the Grand: Bahama Islands. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Haas Bruner of Ralford: ; and Mrs. honoring Col and Mrs
964-7608 Palatka, Mrs. Charles M. Miss June Harding of Atlanta Gainesville were visiting their' Mrs. O'Brien returned to and family were at Cocoa Wilde Pomery Mrs. Blanche W E. Webb. and Col. and Mrs
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: Fowler of Winter Park, and was visiting her parents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs I' Starke with Mrs. Sawyer until Beach last Thursday to Sat- Williams, Mrs. Gladys Mae Lewis Copley.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. C. Thomasof Mr. and Mrs. T. B. HardingSr. Oarl Mathews over the week i Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Blade urday where Mr. Haas attended Bradley Mrs. Constance, Miss Betsy Matthews will
.... Mr, and: MM. Roy S. Wlltams Mrs. S. L.. Peek Sr. and Wlldwood were weekend ., from Wednesday to Sat I returned home Tuesday after the Soil Conservation Soc- Harris. Michael Ollhooly I.return Monday for the sum-
Sr. have as visitors Mr. daughter, Mrs. Roy Ward of guests of Mr. and' Mrs. Her- urday. end.Mr.. and Mrs. Jack McComb! flying to Wilmington! Dela iety meeting.Mr. Willard Browning, Mrs. Violet mer session at Andrew College
:.And Mrs Billy Powell of Mau- Lake City returned last Wednesday bert Thomas. Mrs. Gladys Hatcher visited':, and Mrs. Sally Bellamy at- to! attend the funeral of their and Mrs. R. O. Dansbyweie Cuthbert, (]a.
".Idln, B. C. for two weeks from a two weeks tour Steve Denmark of the University Mrs. Grace Case in Palatka1') tended the wedding of a cousin -I brother-in-law Lloyd H. Lewis. visiting Mr. and Mrs J. Stewart, and Mrs. Leola Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stonerof
=" Richard LaBine of Starke In the New England States. of Georgia, who was last week. I Miss Juanlta. Hall in In- Mr. and Mrs. C W. Cresslerand .'B. Dansby n Perry on Sunday all of Starke. Ocala. were weekend guests
la a patient in the Starke Mr. and Mrs. Terry Waltersof home last week before return- Mr. and Mrs L. L. Fullwood verness on Sunday. family of Calhoun, Ga. and Monday. Mrs Margaret Sellers of of Mr. and Mrs. George W.
prurslng Home. Gainesville have moved to Ing for summer school, had as and Mr. and, Mrs. A. A. Pratt Miss Susan Wiggins Is were visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. Mrs. J. H. Fields: and Mr. Asheville N. C. spent the past Brown.Mr. .
Mrs. F. F. Stump and Miss Lexington, Ky, for the sum- his guest, a classmate Raul attended the funeral of an spending this week with her W Cressler the past two and Mrs. Robert E. Tannerof week with her mother Mrs. and Mrs. H. E. Grad-
Lillian Stump attended a tea mer where Mr. Walters will Sanchez who was enroute to uncle, Arthur Hayes, in St. cousin Miss Janie Moyer, In weeks. Major and:! Mrs. W. K. Baldwin are in Cocoa for L F. Smith and.: Mr. Smith. dIck of Sumatra were last
at the home of Mrs. W. H. be working for I. B. M. his home in Costa Rica. Petersburg Saturday afternoon Jacksonville and will be maidof Booth of Fort Walton Beach several days visiting Mrs. Harold Tom Smith accompanied her
overnight
Thomson in Monticello last Mrs. H. L. Speer has returned Mr. and Mrs. Beryl D. Casey honor In Miss Moyer's wed- were visiting the Cresslers the Ford, who is 111. home today for a week's visit. Mr.Thursday and Mrs. J, T. Lawson.guests of
from ten days !Visit ,
Thursday. !\ and children Sherry and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Segars
ding on Friday morning in first part of the week. Leigh Priest of Jacksonville The senior adult Training
Anne Terwillegar and Denise 'with her eon-in law and Mike, arrived last Friday from of Camden, S. C. were week- Mrs. L. V. Hardin and, son-
St. Johns Baptist Church. Mrs. Charlotte Fritch of St. spent Saturday to Thursdaywith Union of the Madison Street
Winkler were guests of daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Quito, Ecuador, South Amer- end guests of Mr. and Mrs in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Paul, Minn. Is visiting her son- her uncle and aunt Mr. Baptist Church gave a covered
Lt. and Mrs. B. H. Spears I
Sr. at St. Boland and fnmly in Athens
C. B.
Terwillegar ica to spend! 30 days with Mr J. L Gentl.y.Mrs. .
attended the Spears family in-law and daughter, Mr and and Mrs. John B. Sapp. dish supper Tuesday eveningat Mrs. James K. Hester of
Petersburg STO2 Tom Beach Moore recently., who has, Ga.Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. and and other Mrs.relatives T. I* Casey here. They and daughter. Wallace, Barbara Carson of PittsbUI'g and- reunion in Westvllle over the :Mrs J. C. Fogg, for three Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dodd: and the Kingsley Lake home oi JacKsonvUle spent the week-
weeks. relativesin Mrs. L. A. Canova honoringMr. end at Biscayne at d attended
weekend. famly were visiting Key
and
the Dee Waters
Iceland daughters
been stationed in have been In Ecuador two Pa are visiting her
Col. Dan Isom of Raleigh Carthage and Durant Miss. and Mrs. A. H. Clark who the weddng of the
the past two years, is home on Katharine Peek, and David years and will return for an- mother, Mrs. M. L. Johns Sr. Mrs. Bill Hall and seven I
30 days leave before reportingfor Canova went to Register Ga other year while Mr. Casey Is Miss Patty Budd has been children of Jamaica, est In- N C was last Tuesday over- from Saturday to Wednesday.John will move Monday to Albany Hardin's son Thomas Hardin. f
further duty in Norfolk recently to take Mrs. W. H with Bendix Corporation at visiting her cousin, Miss Betsy dies are making an Indefinite night guest of Col. and Mrs.J. Adams of the University Ga. to Jane Brannan. I
Va.Mrs. Holland to the H. L. Holland the missile tracking center out Matthews, the past two weeksat visit with her parents, Mr. A. Griffin. of Georgia and Miss Ann I Linda Paterson Is visitingher Mallon and Dale Locke of
Jimmy Rowe and chil- home for a three weeks visit. of Quito. Kingsley Lake.. and Mrs. John Whitenack Mr. John H. Powell underwent Nelson of Texarkana Texas uncle and aunt. Dr. and Tampa are visiting their i
dren or Sanford were visitingher Mis M. W Lance attendedthe Mrs. Dave Williams, and Mrs. W. L. Hamilton of Hall s working in Towns Riv surgery In Riverside Hospital spent the weekend with Dr. Mrs. Harold Bowers In Fort grandmother Mrs. ShellleGerlie. I
mother Mrs. Eoline Miss Georgia contest in' Mrs. John Grizzle and daughter Madison Heights, Va. is visit er. N. J. Thursday. and Mrs. H .H. Adams. Lauderdale this week. for two weeks. i
Smith last week. Columbus Ga. over the weekend of Winder. Ga., Mrs. Steve ing her son and daughter-in-
Tom Smith of Suffolk Va where her grandaughter Edwards of Tampa, and Miss!, law Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod
spent the weekend with Wynn Cars-well, was first run- Sue Porter of Demorest, Ga.i,, Hamilton and family. t 4
his mother, Mrs. Eoline Smith. neiup and won a $1,000 were Tuesday visitors of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mor-
Randine and Randall Chism scholarship. and Mrs. Sherrod: Hamilton. I rison of st. Louis, Mo. spent PRE
It were in Eustis last Candy Woodburn visited her Greg Davis of Gainesville last week with Mr. and Mrs.I --' STARS AND STRIPES
weekend attending/ the wed- brother-in-law and sister Mr. was visiting his grandmother Henry Morrison. I .
ding of their cousin Darlene and Mrs. Keith Reaves in Mrs. Lucile Davis, on Mondayand Ella Blair. Gibber and Libby I.it<..
Baker, daughter of Mr. and Winter Park last week. Tuesday. Newcomb of Marlton, N. J.,! *
Mrs. C. D. Baker, formerly of Mrs. Evelyn Williams and Those from Starke gradua- and Debbie Newcomb of Atlanta -
Starke. family and Vivian Guthrie, ting from Santa Fe Junior Ga. have been visiting *
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews of Folkston. Ga. were here College last Friday afternoonwere their grandpaients. Mr. and -
attended the Wiedenbeck. last week on business and visiting : Ann Spears, Susan Wig- Mrs. G. S. Newcomb, the past *
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THURSDAY, JUNE 27. 1969 BRADFORD OOtJNTT TEMXiBAPII. RTARKB. FLORIDA Section One Pace Three


bodice was accented: with, a 1 I Ii i
I f
double) bow of organza. The I
r jT'Miss
long fitted sleeves tapered to Is I

and petal were points accented over her with dainty hands At I :t'k"k" -if 1 1I 1I I I

organza. buttons. The long Miss ,

GLADYS MOOTY chapel neckline train were and complete soft round with r-, Bishop whose i _

Phone 964-7608 fine embroidery pinpoint I "
''f
I crescent designed work. i "
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Embroidery of a floral design 6'. { .
sMiss I '
was arranged on the front of ties in .\
her gown. Neckline buttons In On j ( ,
back which flowed into her
week, I
':, t
full train. Her only ornament '
a ,
I
were pearl earrings, a gift of liams ",'

e the groom. She carried a bouquet ) .. ;, House. I .F< > '\ 1 1I 1i
of feathered. carnationsand '
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ivy centered with a large I given a ;: i ,
t :
white orchid. Her shoulder a I .,' i I

... length veil of illusion was ation ,, r" r ; ...
p tc2f secured to a crown of crystals The ," .', ""j

and pearls. covered:! Ii", ..tjI
f ,.t Mrs. Green chose for her cloth I ; ., Whitehead
daughter's wedding a floor '
ToWedMr.Eberle
length gown of lemon yellow ed pink by :, 1.

crepe complemented with a holders .f. '' !; ": J Mr. and Mrs. R. A. White-
yellow and white misted or- .!J. ,.. head of Brooksvllle. Fla. an-
chid with yellow streamers. and L I nounce the engagement and

Mrs. Douglas, floor mother length of the by Emily Ann Lewis Weds Mr. RhodesIn approaching marriage of their
groom wore a Gifts daughter Tresa Ann to Melvin -
gown of pink chiffon over table Tallahassee Church CeremonyThe Warren Eberle. son of Mr.
crepe. With this she wore a and Mrs. Russell A. Eberle of

I lavender orchid corsage with chapel of the First Miss OwendcOvn] V, Lewis Starke.

satin streamers. Mrs. H Baptist Church in Tallahasseewas was maid of honor for her The wedding will be an
a 1I d dY I A reception was held In er of the setting Friday evening siFter, Miss Mines Rhodes, sister event of Aug. 10 at 7:30: p. m.
vy I j Fellowship hall where guests Karen Hansen, Chas. M. Griggs I The June 7, for the marriage of of the groom was the at the home of the Eberle's.

Y rD Mrs.were W.greeted B. Mundy at the and door Mrs.by Exchange Vows In Waldo Baptist ChurchMiss 'I I Emily Ann Lewis, daughter of bildesmald and the bride's:! sister Friends and relatives are Invited -

,
pepper Mr. and Mrs. Ovid
George Faye C Lewis was the
In
I the George receiving Hugglns.line Standing were the Karen Hansen daughter James Campen sister of the pattern Lewis of Tallahassee formerlyof junior bridesmaid// I'

bride and their I of Mr. and Mrs. WilliamK. bride. She wore a floor length Starke and William Elwyn They wore short pink and
'I and bridal groom attendants.parents Hansen of Starke, became mint green satin gown with Rhodes son of Mr. and Mis dotted Swiss dresses! with pink I Mrs. John E. Patterson and

Decorating the hall were the bride of Charles M. matching headpiece, and. car- Mrs. Ottls Elwyn Rhodes of Talla- hair bows and carried a long Mrs J. DLffenbacher etumed
arrangements of featheredblue Grlffgs.. ,son of Mr. and Mrs. ried a crescent bouquet of L. hassee. The Rev. Barney Andrews stemmed Forever Yours rose. to their home in Beaver Falls
and white carnations and A. L. Griggs of Lake Butler two shades of pink carnations cousin of the bride Mr. Rhodes was best man Pa. on Wednesday after a
pedestal baskets of gladioli. on Saturday,,June 1, In the The best man was Walter performed the four o'clock for his son. William\ Mattox week's visit with Mrs. Patter
Fuji mums and Waldo Baptist Church. Griggs, brother of the gloom. evening ceremony. of Fort Walton and Walter son's parents Mr. and Airs.
The bride's table pompoms.was covered The double ring ceremonywas Ushers were Arnold Griggs, their Given in marriage by her H. Wray Jr. served as ushers. F H. Kramer. They were accompanied -
with an imported white performed by Rev. Robert nephew of the groom, and Street.A father, the bride wore an A- A reception followed In the here by Mrs. JohnJ.
cutwork cloth and centered L. Murphy A program of nuptial Alec Saunders. line gown of peau de sole embellished parlor of the church. Patterson, also of Beaver
with a four-tiered wedding music was presented by The reception following the I carried with lace and satin Upon their return from a Falls who will reside and
I cake decorated with, baby Mrs. Murphy organist, and wedding was held in the ments ribbon on the square neckline wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. teach school here in Starke
Miss Marian Green Becomes Bride blue carnations and topped Mrs. Anita Brown soloist. church educational building.I I and front of the gown. A Rhodes will make their homeon while her husband. is stationed
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Of Mr. Douglas In First MethodistThe with a bride and groom. Ths church was decorated Attending were Mrs. William during; pearl crown held her Illusion Harbert Street Tallahassee. at Mayport.
Flanking the cake were silver with three fan-shaped basketsof Perley and Miss Sharon En- veil and she carried a spray Mr. Rhodes Is with Alax Mr and Mrs. H. E. Smithof
First Methodist Churchwas soloist, candelabra decorated with white gladioli, large chrysanthemums nis who presided at the punchbowl As of white roses and pink car- Construction Company and Williston were last Friday
yellow daisies Mrs. Louisa Melton and little nations on top of a white attends Tallahassee\ Junior overnight guests of their son-
the setting for the mar- Mr Douglas attended his feathered blue and white carnations htr
riage of Miss Marian Rose I son as best man and the ushers and ivy. Mrs. Jim and white mums; with a back' Mrs. Arnold Grlggs served the : BibleMcNeelyThomas_ College. in-law and daughter, Mr and
ground of palms and two candelabra wedding cake. Mrs. Jerry L. nm Mrs. Marc Jackson. They took
Green daughter of Mr. and were Jim Rowe of Sanford Rowe and Art Brown cut the Mrs. H.
Mrs. Robert O. Green to Carl brother of the bride bride's cake.Presiding entwined with Ivy. Hansen kept the bride's book, of the Furabees by Bobby Turner, their granddaughter Melissa
Edward 1 Eddie] Douglas, son i Donald Falcon, and Douglas at the two punch The bride, given 'In marriage and Mrs. Ruth DeSha had The chairman of the official back with them, until Tuesday.
of Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Conner. I tables were Mrs. Tommy by her brother, Jerry L. charge of the wedding ar honoree Rehearsal DinnerMr. board. Greg Jackson Is spending

Douglas of Brooker, on Saturday Mrs. Robert Genereux served Strickland. Miss Patty Big- Hansen, wore a floor length rangements.The chosen Arrangements were In several days with his grandparents -
: .
June 15, at 8 p. m. I her sister as matron of ham, Mrs. Butch Redding, satin sheath covered with Imported biide's traveling ensemble and Mrs. Herbert' charge of Mrs. H. H, Adams, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Rev. James L. Temple performed honor. Miss Monica Jo Rowe, I and Miss Cathy Hitchcock. :Italian lace, embroider was a beige linen suit. Assl1> Thomas were hosts at a dinner I'I chairman of Local Church Jackson Sr., at Spring Lake.
the double-ring candlelight niece of the bride, was junior Miss Debbie Douglas, sister of ed with pearls and sequins She wore a corsage of yellow Mrs. party Friday night in the Activities, and her ,committee. Mrs Ewell Lawson and son,
. roses which detached Pecan Room of the Garden Sgt. Jerry Lawson, have taken
ceremony. bridesmaid and Miss Joan the groom, kept the bride'sbook Her fingertip veil was caught was dria
The altar was enhanced Williams and Miss Sue Doug- at a table which held an to a :satin crown of pearls and from the center of her bridal Restaurant following the wed Mrs. Randal Chitty Jerry's children, Mike Randy
with two tall pedestal baskets las, sister of the groom were arrangement of blue, long- lace. She" carried an English bouquet. ding rehearsal for their and' Chere, to:>> Marquez, Texas -
of white gladioli, blue Fuji I bridesmaids. All the attend- stemmed feathered carnations. crescent bouquet of yellow Following the reception the daughter, Kathleen, and James Honors Visitors | to spend the summer with

mums and white cushion ants were gowned alike in Assisting in serving were roses with a shower of English couple left on a wedding trip BPW McNeely. At DessertBridgeMrs. their grandparents Mr. and'
Centering the dining table
pompoms against a back- floor length gowns of baby Mrs. Titus Olson. Mrs. Herbert to Daytona Beach. Mrs. Godfrey Grimes.
ground of tall palm trees and blue chiffon over 'crepe, featuring Oreen, Mrs. Nell Joyner Mrs. Ivy and atephanotls. They are now at home in Mrs was an arrangement of pink Fred Snell of Way- Mr. and Mrs Ernest McCol-

four pairs of branched cande- an empire waist accented -( Don Page, Mrs. R. W. Reese, Matron of honor was Mrs. Gainesville. I Green flanked hydrangeas by a in miniature a crystal bride bowl,I cross, O.. and Mrs Drew Reddish skey of Lake City were visiting

labra.. White satin, bows and with daisies and three- Mrs. Jimmy Oreen and Mrs. la of Wilmington Dela., Mrs. Annie Hollingsworth on
Ivy marked the family pews. quarter length sleeves. Their Nelson Oreen. Birthday Party Paulk Home Scene Lake doll The and 17 wedding guests:! bells.Included both former Starke residents, Sunday. Mrs. Hollingsworthhad
Mrs. L. J. Green organist, short veils were held in place After spending some time of I were honored at a dessert- as visitors. Mrs. R. S.
rendered nuptial music and with a cluster of net daisies with their guests the couple For John BryanA Of Shower For sented JNb1l.ahU'I I families members, the of bridal the party immediate, and bridge party given last Friday i Fox and daughter of Gaines

accompanied J. W. Ritch. the embellished with crystals. left on a wedding trip to party Miss CartwrightMrs. at t the out-of-town guests. I evening by Mrs. Randal Chit- villeMr.
.
birthday was given and Mrs. J. O. Holton
of the
They carried clusters of blue South Florida The bride trav- r'ty'at her'home on searing
for John Bryan who celebrated During the dinner Miss In visit-
in were Tampa Sunday
shades eled in two coat dressof
TYPEWRITERS: Manual or carnations in varied a piece Dave Paulk and Mrs. Street.
Thomas presented her attend-
his fifth anni-
birthday ing Mrs. Clara Hoi ton, andMrs.
Electric. For sale or rent. and small white mums, back- pink lemon complemented Father's by Vernon Reddish:! entertained through ants with personal gifts Guests were seated at six ,
on Day Alice
versary Phillips.
Bradford County Telegraph. ed with blue satin and high- with a large lavender orchid at a miscellaneous shower I Miss tables placed in the living
his.sister.. Sharon who was Mr and Mrs. Leslie Biggs
lighted with emerald fern. corsage and white accessories.The Monday night at the Crosby ized as room and family room. Seyeral
MIMEO STENCILS, and Ink. Given in marriage by her couple will reside In also celebrating. her 20th Lake home of the former honoring -, and will Methodists Fete progressions of bridge were ., of Birmingham. Ala. spent the
Duplicating machines and floor Ga. after August, birthday. j I as area weekend: with Mr. and Mrs.
father, the bride wore a Atlanta Miss Pearl Cartwright Pastor And FamilyMembers enjoyed and prizes were '
The party held undera Sllcox. Friends will toe
was Vernon
supplies. Bradford County length formal gown of organza when Mr. Douglas will returnto flnancee of John Harold An 3 and 4. awarded to Mrs. S. G. Den-
huge tree decorated to know that Mr.
pecan Interested
Telegraph. i over taffeta. The empire his classes at Georgia Tech. : drews.: of the First Meth- mark, Mrs. Vernon Silcox,
with red and green streamers and Mrs. Biggs are moving to
Guests were greeted at the Church honored their Mrs. Tom Casey, and Mrs.
and balloons.' The refreshmenttable Orlando.
I' door by Mrs. Ervin Andrews Club) pastor, Rev. D. T Fara- Gene Shaw
was centered! with a Mrs. Evelena Thomas of
and presented to the receiv- Criteria Jr., and family at a cov- Other out-of-town guests In-
birthday! cake and was garland Brooker was visiting Mr. and
SUMMER I ing line composed of the hon- the dish supper Wednesday cluded Mrs. Leslie Biggs of
with red and green Mrs. W. L. Thomas last week
oree: Mrs. R. R. Andrews ner. of last week in Fellow- Birmingham Ala Mrs. Michael
streamers and small balloons.
mother of the bridegroomelect was Hall Brien of Winchester. Va., '
C Zi0 I The 18 guests enjoyed games ; and Mrs. George Pierce I banquet George Hugglns! led the and Mrs. Richard Crosby of TYPEWRITERS: Manual or
pony rides, and a merry- I
Hotel. Electric. For sale or rent. -
I sister of the bride-elect. in group singing after Belle, Glade.
go-round during the party
1 hours. The children received Mrs. Stephen Kelly of Jacksonville -, supper and was followed Assisting In'serving was Bradford County Telegraph.

. 3 ra favors of party hats and bal- I sister of the brideuroomelect -Junior, a brief welcome to the Mrs. Ervin Andrews.
loons. and Mrs. Vernon
I
Reddish invited guests to
Assisting in serving were see '. .......-.. ,
; the gifts which r-----
were displayedon r "
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Sharon's mother, Mrs. Loyd I --1. :..J
Bryan, her two aunts Mrs. a table covered with a I had a r ", "a 4
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DRESSES > "
cutwork cloth and centered I .t
Frank Gomes and Mrs. George night at I 11 .'t/ '
bv a bridal arrangement. SAVINGS ACCOUNT !- : v
Carter; her cousIn Miss Cathy I t"

I Green, and Miss Hope Wilkerson. Shasta Several arrangements of brook, -Ac i1..... .
I daisies were used in of the _
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SUITS .... r.r-
the party rooms. The refresh- The j u. .. t
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ment table was covered with a 1 '
Shower Given & ... n I
1/2 white embroidered linen cloth burgers .. S Pri-I 61 oNrs3t

For Anita Bryan and centered with a silver played ,61 ( .
BLOUSES footed dish resting on a reflector i' ,,e-I' 2 OZ.ar 8t

Miss Anita Bryan brlda encircled with pink ments i't
elect was honored at .at. miscellaneous tulle. The dish held an arrangement -, D. T.

I SLACKS shower Friday evening of white dwarf hydrangea sa at { 1>0 0681 R

June 14, In the Morgan shasta daisies and son and un t el i00 168 i. 8n ,.j,
rosebuds. The arrangementwas r
Road Baptist Mission recre- Bakken. sfr t at +Tt 2 8
I atlon room. Hostesses were centered with three pink, SEP7061til '
Mrs, John C. Stephens Sr..; tapers and two white doves. kr 161 10 I y ,
AND One Rack Mrs. Frank Brown Mrs. Wes- Mrs. Townsend Strickland, t
r ley King Mrs. Bob Cooper sister of the bridegroom-elect I Holds :: : i
Mrs. Clyde Priest., and, Mrs. poured punch from a table on I.: :;: : ,; t: ji_
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DRESSES$5and$7 W. E. Plummer.' the sun porch. The o
I Arrangement ,of blue and Assisting In serving the 100 union -+uECTk 6 t 11837' ;, .1
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purple hydrangeas were used guests were Mrs. Jack Ed- the home 16 r 1837 ++
I wards Mrs. Nettles,. ulfft if5 I5 6 31891'us
1 in decorating the ,ba l. The Grady S.
refreshment table held a hy- Mrs. Rose Tomlinson, and A + I
etAi r- -
drangea centerpiece-and the Miss Patricia Wynn. served r
/ punch bowl was encircled with The hostesses presented the Among
greenery and gardenias.Rose honoree with several pieces of affair
2 PAIR corsages were presented her chosen silver pattern as a S.
Mrs. Loyd Bryan motherof memento of the occasion. of

the honoree, Mrs. William Mrs.
HOSE---89c Brewer, mother of the bride- Luncheon Given family of _
groom-elect and to the bride- and Mrs.
For Miss Williams r
elect. I children L- e
During the evening games I and :
Miss Suzanne Judd was hostess

I were to played the winners.and prizes awarded I: June at a 15.luncheon honoring Saturday Miss tires '

OFF Hoo1rpiceSUMMER ;; ; ; BrownCrawfordEngagement i Wanda Restaurant Williams, at the Garden THE I


Told The dining table was cen- Want a second income that goes on and on and on?
tered with an arrangement of

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth day lilies and a garland of ivy
Brown of Hampton announce Interspersed with day lilies at
I the engagement and approaching graced the length of the table. Wouldn't it be great?Something extra coming In month

marriage of their daugh Bridal place cards marked the Second after month after month? Stop In soon and get the details
ter. Virginia Ann. to Jack M. seating arrangement for the at

Girdles and Brassieres -1-3 and ]1-2 OFF Crawford, son of Mrs. Little 11 guests(
Crawford and the late Jack Miss Williams and Mrs. H. !
Crawford. of Lawtey. A. Bishop. mother of the In trade : yvixG
'Ik and 1 LoanASSOCIATION
The wedding will be> an bridegroom-elect were presented year; $ Savings

CHARGES PLEASE event of Friday, July 28 at 8 with carnation corsages Outside : ;
p. m.: in the Hampton Baptist and the hostess also presentedthe 'eLc7
i with and per year; ek
Church. honoree a cup
! lelltl's ress Gift chat All friends and relatives of saucer from her chosen china I H5.: L. OF STARKE

the couple are invited to at- pattern as a memento of theo 218 N. Temple Ave. Phone 9645000f

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[Casey Promised Pf ce Proctor Bishop To Vie In Dallas (SEAL Churle Clerk By Virginia) of A.the Darby Circuit F. Darby Court

Deputy Clerk IT'S ILLEGALFor
Is'Killed 6/2 U. 7-U
i Statement /
; For National Publinx/ Title -.
la The COli... .Iud..."'. Court, 1-
\ And far Bradford County; Klor,
[Continued From "* Page One] I .tin. Person Persons to Engage in
I On Compliance ; Starke's tourney winning on the last nine holes of the sonville Area Golf Association Kiln In ft Her a. Estate Of Waddell ,A. Any or

Battery C of the1st Marines. golfer Harold Bishop captured par 36-36-72 course gave him has won this spring. The other Wallace. Srj; alM known a. W.
He 'la qualifying tests BIt the Pine top score in the qualifying A. Wallace Detieaaod.. .
born
was : Speedvllle championship was at Lake
E tOontlnued From Page One] March 10 19 a I and was a Tree Country Club in Jack- rounds. He also qualified: for Olty. He has placed second infoul' To NOTICE all creditor TO CREDITORS and all per- Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless

: heeded regarding our jtroject- lifelong reslden t'of Bradford sonville last weekend and will the Publinx last year and others. Hom against having Bald estiUe.claims or demand.

: ed enrollment: of students and Co nty. He was >; a graduate of represent that city, for the made the trip to Seattle The two successful quali- You, and each of you, are<
r faculty assignments for the RJE High Schtx i 1 in Starke. second straight, year in the Washington fiers bagged eagle threes in file hereby and notified claim and and required demands to< lie Name Is Registered
= 1888-89 school year." Af letter to hi s parents from National Public Links champ- The Dallas tournament this double rounds Friday. Bishop's which you, or either of you.
The letter was addressed to his commanding; officer said: ionship in Dallas, Texas in year will also serve as a be- came on Pine Tree's 489- may have aifalrmt the entitle ot ''
Waddell A. Wallace Sr.. aim
-Robert Alexander, U. S. De- "Johnny had a record of consistentlY July. lated honeymoon for Bishop.He yard fourteenth where he hita known aa W. A. Wallace, de. Read This Florida'Law
: Bishop led field of 40 will Miss Wanda cra.edlate of Bradford ,
: prtnent of Health. Education doing ..gOOd work. His a marry two-Iron eight feet from "! County
e9eride In the office" of the
.. &: Welfare. Atlanta, Ga. seniors and '.contemporaries with a two-day performanceof Williams Saturday night, June the cup. County Judge of Bradford Coun anlaWfnl tor shftoeJ ...... Uengage
shall be .
Wll- spoke highly or. him. We in the 75-70-145. Wally, Mizell ty County Courthouse In ijtarkc, "It any person .r persons, u .
M.
Copies also went to P.
:_ llama. Technical Assistance Battalion hope the knowledgethat Jacksonville was one stroke 29.The Publinx qualifying tests Only 150 of 3.314 entrantsfor In Bradford six months County from Florida the date, with ot In business aa herein defined., under a fictitious naama .. B.rla defined .

Program In the State Dcpart- your son its/ keenly miss- behind Bishop at 146 and Is make the second tournament the Publinx title will start tlc'he, .. firm publication of thl* no- wlth.ut and unless mid flctltioM name ahaB IM rejrlstared with thlerk .
: anent; of Education:! in Talla- ed and we shre your sorrow the second quautler.Blshop's Bishop named the 1966 "Oolf- In Dallas. I Each claim or demand must
hissed, and to Dr. James will in some filagree make the four under par 32 er of the Year" by the Jack- .lie In .writing and must state < e f the circuit court of the county when the principal place of fcoMfjuMla.

: Campbell, associate superin-: suffering cr Ii used by your Lawmen the offlco place address of residence of the and claimant post, with registration shaD consist of flllnr with the dirk aforemld' aa f-

tendent State Department of great loss east j r to bear." Give Drivers SubjectTo FIRST METHODIST hlii will agent he void or his according attorney to, or law.I II tldarl. signed by all Interested persons, .tatt c under rath the name .<
Education, Tallahassee. Fla.[ Besides his i parent, the Bradford Alcohol Test CHURCH STARKE
Boy Each creditor hail deliver
of the .I.
-
all those Interested In the bnsineaa enterprise the extent
service sufficient of ,
: In defending the county'sc4se young nan Is survivedby Sunday church School copies his claim to
... at least for the coming I four sisters, Alice Mae Week At i Camp Starting July 1 9:45: a. m.; Morning Worship, mall enable one the to the County pemonal Judge repre to terest of each, and the fictitious name under which... taineM .to earrtei

1988-69 school term, Supt. Gail Marie fa net and Pamela 11:00: a. m.; MYF activities irritative. Said deafrlnc[
A Bradford an. registration net be mde until the
youth Kling Starting July 1, all persons Dated June tOth. A. D. 1068 may pinaon or paraona
X states that 43 cent Proctor : Fold two brothers 6:30:
Casey per p. m.; MYF Meetings The Florida National Bank Of
Crlffls Jr., 14,
of the Negro students in the Sewell, Jr., land Robert Ken- :last was sponsored arrested for driving while 7:00: p. m.; Evening Worship, JackHonvllleAn to engage In business under a fictitious name shall hero asrrtvtlscd/ hto. it
.. week by the Sheriff's Department under the influence of alcoholic Executor of the Last. Will
county have been assigned to nedy Proctor all of SpeedvUle. here at. a !Florida beverages must submitto 8:00: p. m.Monday. and Testament of Waddell A. their Intention to register said fictitious name at lust BM. a week for tear
.. predominately white schools Funeral s srvlcea were held Wallace Sr. a/k-a W. A. Wallace -
Prayer Group :
for the 1968-69 term under at 1 p. m. Sunday In the Peace Officer Association chemical tests for Intoxi- 10:00: a. m.Wednesday. drceiiiedHv (4)) consecutive freeks In some newspaper as defined by lw In the ....V

: the freedom of choice plan. Church of Clod by Faith with .iForest.camp in the Ocala National cation or risk losing their Prayer Meet- :. Fred Officer J. Thompson Jr.Tnmt where said registration Is to be made* and flail regtstnttoa shaB net tM

He attributes' the fact that Elder Walter. Camps officia It Is the first year the Bradford ir driver's The new license! law for passed six months.at the I and Bible Study. Adams loll Florida Roth teln Title& Building Sleirel. accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon reedy( proof .f
ting. Burla'c was In the Com- Thursday .liickimnvllle, FloridaAttorneys
Chancel
: two schools RJE High and Sheriffa Office (has. Choir
spon- 1967 legislative session states such publication.
for Executor
munity Cemetery In Speedvlllewith Rehearsal.
Anderson Junior High have Chestnut sored a youth at the camp, that a person who obtains a 6/27 4t 7-18
Se: Halle Funeral I
only Negro students enrolled held last week from June 16- license to drive on highwayhas

.-.. stgnment to voluntary to those requests schools.for as- administer'Home. In limitary charge by of unit rites arrangements from were- 22 All for expenses boys 8-14 were years paid of!by age.the sent"given to submit his "Implied to a test con-of with PAYROLL or without carbon ENVELOPES flak-, CHURCH TilE SOUTIISIDE OF CHRIST If you are engaged in b business under yother name
/ : a
: out that student Bradford
Casey points any Florida Peace Officers Associa- County Telegraph
breath urine, or salvia when I.fa I. //'Jir: :
requesting in his F-C the Jacksonville Naval Air ''ii

: form. assignment to any Station. | tion."It's a good thing because under arrested the for influence driving of Intoxicating while-' Jadfe The. Court; "' The.. .Coast Invites YOUTo than your owN and have not had t1 lIDs i mm i

school was assigned to that iwe try to choose boys! whowould beverages. ". I.. Proba.Bradford. Co. .. SlurId Hear ,

3 school. Merchants not ordinarily get a va- If a person should refuse In Re: Estate: of Elva JI. Scott,
: H would appear now that May cation," Deputy Sheriff Dolph to take the test, the Depart- Deceased To All Credltorll And Persons THE GOSPELOF properly advertised and! registered we Will 1 Be
UT Supt. Casey has asked for a Reddish says."They're ment of Public Safety can Havlnir Claims Or Demands ,
r written detailed'>: report from all good solid boys, suspend the driver's Against Said Estate: '
person's You and CHRIST
eiu.li
: HEW on the county compll- ModernizeContinued not delinquent, !but whose famil- license for six months. hereby, notified and of required you are to I glad to give all Information to
ance status; the next step is ies are not able "to ''see ,they "The use of scientific evidence which piHsiMit\ you any or claims either and demands of you 8:30: Sunday Morning you necessary as
; l left to HEW. receive a vacation. to support physical evidence may have ngMn8t| the estate of
*M [ From Page One] M. Scott, deceased. late of WPXE Radio Dial 1490
... will enable officers to aid County, In the County I I"Jlva what should do.BR4DFORD
SERVICE SCHEDULE have to d-t Is to get their at- Trade Coordinator build stronger cases and help Judge of Bradford County, you .
ida at his office In the Worship Servke
T EDWARD'S CHURCH, tention." remove the drinking drivers house 0' salil
-ST. Employed At County at Jo'lor//
B. F. M'Mell.! Jr.. president of from our ,highways" says Col. Florida. within six .. Sunday, 11:00 A.M.
State First Federal and chairmanof Vo-Tech Center H. N. Kirkman. director of months from the time of o
.. Sunday Mass: 9:18: a. m. flint publication of this notice.
the Bradford Improvement the Department of Public Two copies of each, claim or de.. I Bible Study Sunday
a. Thursday Mass 6:30: p. m. A''' former assistant principal Safety. mand shall be In writing and ,
Program, said Scott's II
ere Miraculous Medal Novena: presentation Hliall state the
place P.M.
ot 19 A.M. and 7
"is right down BIP's at Rlbault High School in dence. and post office addr..relll'j COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Saturday. 7
r p. m. alley Jacksonville, Millard' Brown LicensesTo the claimant and 3 Mi. South 3n US 30.1
a .Confessions: 5 p. m. and 7Z Fishing sworn to by the claimant, his .
has been the
PM "Everyone here Is InterestedIn employed Iby agent, or attorney and accom
improving Starke" MIzell Bradford School Board as eve- Be Checked panted by a filing fee of one ,
H -ST. WHJUAM'3 CHURCH. said. ning trade coordinator at the Starting July 1 dollar so and filed such shall claim be or void.demandnot
Keystone Heights. vocational-technical center and /S William John Crllly
Sunday Mass 7:30 a. m. as an instructor of industrial Aa Administrator of the Estate
2 : : lit
Florida wildlife officers will Elva M. !:Scott deceased
and't:00 a. m. "uL2' LEGAL PADS, drafting Supt Tom Casey has begin a strict, check of fishing Myron P. O. Drawer C. 1'revatt BB6, Attorney

: Wednesday: : Mass and Novena announced. licenses on July 1, it was an- Keystone Helg-nts. Fla. 32856
Steno No4ibooki, Order Books,
: Brown will 'work part time Attorney for Kutate
'j5., m. nounced this week by the
with local merchants and businessmen 6/27 4t 7-1S
.
etc. Bradford County TeleT Game it Fresh Water Fish -
-ST.. MARY'S cmm.cH.1 to coordinate offeringsof Commission.The In The C'ln-ulc luiirt Of Klorlila'
: Klacclenrar. ( .ph.Wtmn the vo-tech center with ,the 1'ljfhCh Judlilnl Circuit la And
SUnday Mass: 11:30: a. m. business community and will new licenses have been For Action.. llrudford County, II*II
Cane
sale Iko. 1176
on since June 14 and are
r teach a threenhour. !block, In industrial lOvelyn Delores Smith, Plaintiff II -.,
: -I- drafting. available at the office of all va. Phillip Smith. Defend-
county Judges or their author- .

:: ,You Use Account An Andrews Charge I native(Brown and is spent a north 18 years Florida in .until ized sub-agents.June 30, 1969.They are valid ant.Tim Is{Philip unknown.You State Smith,. Of who.Florida.residence To: I I GREAT VARIETY! &L GREAT FATING! t1i GREAT: FOOD!

J the Jacksonville school \system. .are hereby notified thata
rare All funds received from the
: Your Prescription Tax Records proceeding for divorce heat
I sale of licenses is used by the hwn brought In the Circuit I
: Kept For You By Us ,Clinic Schedules Commission to Improve hunt- Court Florida. for, against Bradford you. You County are GREAT BARGAINS THROUGHOUT OUR LARGE STOCK

Andrews Drugs ing and fishing conditions. hereby required to file. with the I
Changed By
Clerk of the Circuit Court your
One dollar from the sale of
answer or other pleadings In
: For Fast Delivery Dial 964-7170 Jt Health Dept.Dr. each resident license is set said proceeding and to serve
aside in a fishing improve- copy, of same In Barton T.
M A. Y. COvIngton of the ment fund and can be used Pout Douglas.Office Attorney Drawer for 1228 Plaintiff, Gain
-- r Bradford County Health De-; only to Improve Florida's esville. Florida on or beforethe DAVIS GROCERY
211th day of July 1968.
:. T Tsunnydflll partment, announces that ef- fresh water fishing. Herein full. not or a Default
fective July 1 the clinic sche- Fishermen who do not have will he entered affalnst! you.
dule will be changed from the new 1968-69 license are said Witness Court mv at hand Sturke.and Bradford seal of
I Wednesday and Friday to the warned to obtain one before County. Florida this 24 day of
J Jr SflVnJS'! June, A. D. lU1I8.I. .
following: I the July check-up begins.
w and Infant
1 Maternity The ('''polt Court Of TheKlKhth
\I Care Monday afternoon 1 to Mr. Norman Judicial' ClrruK' Of AND MARKET
Klnrlda la And For UradfertfConatr. .
will
r 3:30. Registration beginat
: .
_ I Ieo 'em In
: 12::30. Brings CnMe Mo.
1 2 Immunizations and Van C. !McCrary. Plaintiff vs
Darkes I
Ann
.a McCrary. Defend.ant
t 8 Blood Tests: Monday afternoon Former Courthouse Custo- "

: Reg. 98c 1 to' 4:30.: Wednesday, dian Ed Norman ,who retired TO NOTICE: Darkes OF Ann SUIT Mi-Crarjr: i!' 401 W. Brownlee (S.R.16 West) Starke Phone 964.6725
sheer i 3 a m. to 12 noon and 1 to last month. said the first Address UnknownYou
4:30: m. thing he was going to do was are hereby notified that
p.
an action for divorce has been

S.r strip I NOW 59C I 3General Medical Wed- do go some camping fishing.Mr. at Horseshoe. and required filed' ..ln.o: you serve, and a 1 loa of WEEKEND BARGAINS -- THURS. FRI. SAT. ONLY
: nesday morning. 8 to 11:30: your written rtofensen. If any I ,
[same as present schedule]. Norman did just that to It on Kiiitene F. Shaw, At.I
w from last SaturdayWednes- tnrney for Plaintiff whose ad. ,
r dress Is 143 Went Call Street, Our Store Has Just Been Air Conditioned For
day. June 22-26 and came Starke, Florida, and file the or* Completely
home with, all he could eat Iwlnal with the Clerk of the
: Triple Antibiotic REG. $1.5998C IF WE DON'T HAVE IT above-atyled Court on or before
Now and more he reports. July II. IDBilotherwise: a Judgment Your Shopping Pleasure -- Ample Parking Facilities

= OINTMENT we'll get It for you. Office you for may the bo relief entered demanded agralnst In

the Complaint' or Petition I ,
Supplies. Furniture Equip- Witness: : hand ; sea"
my and the
BIC PENS. Ball Point Re- of said[ Court on June 4th, 196*.

ANDREWS DRUGS ment. Bradford County fills.graph.- Bradford County Tele- As By Charles Clerk Reulah Of A.M Raid Decoy Moody Court You'll Appreciate The ,z*

: 356 W. Madison St. Phone 964.7170 I Telegraph. As Deputy Clerk
6/6 4t I-IT

-: Difference In Our '

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S. GOOD WESTERN
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: Whether it's a family affair, dinner I 1'

: cis:: fdl 1/2 BEE F
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: ment you can relax and leave \ j r f. -

: the serving to us. "'i'fi0"I I ,-
Cut F.or Your Freezer

Ask Those Who Dine Here About Our J

..rrde of Suwanne See-All Long Grain Hunt.s Yellow Cling Hunt's Tomato

: Delicious Buffet i t PURE
y
- LARD RICE PEACHES CATSUP

= Served Daily
- 3 1 J.B.13 OZ: CAN 20 OZ OTL.
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:-- TWO HOT. ENTREES bunch Buffet $1.25$ THE INDESCRIBABLE Unitrex! Larp opacity M3 39C 4 lb. 49C 33C 35C


: TWO VEGETABLES 11:00: a.m. to 2:00: p.m. Camibe30-StoWtllnCredlt balance, fast (ISO

_ cycles/min.), standard, roomy I keyboard< light even
- ASSORTED SALADS touch six*-no larger than a telephone, weighs Just Convenient Store Hours at Supermarket Prices -
: 8'/i Ibs., well-placed motor bar, paper roll enclosed for ,
_ Dinner Buffet $1 75 true portability, handsome carrying case Included. A OPEN TO 8:00 P. M.
_ ROLLS BUTTER J sensational, quality-built portable machine for years of I 7:00 A.M. TO 10:00 P.M. SUNDAY 8:00 A. M. :
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trouble.* service. TERMS AVAILASLt'I
: TKA COPPER 5:00: p.m. to 9:00: p.m. I I I HOME OWNED AND OPERATED BY


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It's Our 4


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

For Your Patronage and d 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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SERVING4 FOR I : ,: r,' You Arc Invited To Our

THIS 10 i

AREA YEARS ,

of"E. hOUSE{ 1 1968' TAG ,""
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0 l 'Rrt.BUSINESS:: I With Any Mustang Purchased
t 1t FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JUNE 28, 29

I IS SERVING I !.OD COLD DRINKS During The Month Of June
Service'goes' far beyond selling
wit .ul.lt means offering initial cars F R E E TICKETS TO DAYTONA 2 NEW 1968 THUNDER BIRDS
and trucks,.in;\itheir field. It means fair
prices'on' all.repair and replacement 400 FULL POWER AND AIR.
work. It means promises kept on ser '
vice"Thank"deadlines You''***for'J) It the means trust a you sincere have Register }Here for New Torino G. T. Convertible $$1000 1 .00 DISCOUNT I

! placed in us. ,It,means we will continue To Be Given Away FREE at Daytona Firecracker
to do all in our power to keep a satisfied 2 Reserve Seat Tickets to Daytona Firecracker 400 with
customer* 400 4th Purchase of Any New 1968 Ford Car During Balance of
r July June --Saturday Last Day!
CLYDE TERWILLEGAR
You Buy With Confidence When You Buy From Terwillegar Motors Our Volume Sales Assures You of Complete Selection Terwillegar Sells
For.Less.: Highest Trade Allowance.fa Low Bank.Financing. 36 Months.to Pay. And Your Car Will Be Serviced in One of.the. ...., 1

Largest,.Best Equipped Service Departments in This Area. .

REGISTER' HERE
ANNgVERSARY See-the-light "
Torino G. T. Convertible :
UNTIL UNTIL .' .

To Be Given, Away JUNE 29th JUNE 29th Specials ;$

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4 ATDAYTGNA 1 1968 MUSTANG Best selling sporty car. Best and selling Intermediate.low .. ., '
F R E E Now specially equipped specially priced. 'f! '
Come save now in Ford Country. Pick a Mustang .
Sprint. Or a Fairlane Hardtop. Both come with special I.. ;
FULL PRICEUntil equipment at special low prices. Whitewalls. Wheel \ '
t _... $ 2345 covers.Special trim.Vinyl seats and vinyl-covered roof
Winner To Be AnnouncedDuring June 29th on the Fairlane.While they last. r
The Race July
2 FREE Reserve Seat Tickets "
Fourth EXTRA BONUS To Daytona Firecracker 400 You'll hove.to
.... see our prices
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Parts And Parts And
Service Specials Service Specials
Y Spacial Fairlane Hardtop \IOU'II have.to
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COMPLETE) MOTORASSEMBLY
BLOCK, AIRCONDITIONING to believe them.
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INSTALLED, ANY "MAKE, OR MODEL/ INSTALLED!

AS LOW AS INSTALLED FORD CARS, l lAS
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$16.95 PER MONTH $13.50 $20.00

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NO DOWN PAYMENT_ PER MONTH
NO DOWN PAYMENT NO DOWN PAYMENT .

Mustang Sprint,Hardtop,
TERWILLEGAR I MOTORS .

Your Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and Union : '.
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COUNTY ThtZGRApUST4t' II'LORmA "1'II11It8DAY. JUNE 27. 196I
Bn.\DFORD
;:'ilecUonCne
_- Pare aJl: -
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the Clerk of the Circuit Court,. Mi* flctltloun n"me of HAMP
Street N. E, Atlanta; Georgia
New Law Forbids MlliwORKS under whlcI !
TOW
In and for Bradford County I I
30309. telephone: 404-ft26- Florida upon receipt. of proof. I am !)* *. buHln n a t I'
\\"I'p
/ Control Information Job Discrimination I 5801. of publication, of ChIC notion, O SoC 3, } Fla..
fly NoTiCe: OF INTK1WT1ON TOntcniNTVR I George< a Devil, P. O Bo
Becaufte Of Age ,:' picTiTioum! ) llAMa te! Hampton Fin, sole owner.
LEGAL FORMS. Bradford Notion I* herby *lven Chit theundertilftned. DIUtd thiN 2f1th dRY of ,Iunu'A.

Employment of the older County: Telegraph. Ph. of Smtlon. Uft
5fo: Be Given Poultrymen : worker baaed on ability rather ..96* 6305.; Statutes 1986,. will recfcter withIT'S I 8/20 4, T-l

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than age got an official boost

; ;'.' ,;'Xnformatlon/ on iiiscrticldc! 'i explanation of the meeting by tho manure is removed irom.no on June la, when the Age

: that can be used in C.W'lt' nere mo at piesent oven chicken liou.ex on a regulu Discrimination in Employ- EASY TO WRITEHESULTPROBUCIH6

-. houses/: tu kill Uics und gOL( ee million chickens In tilunly basis. ment, Act went Into Affect;

:. p uhl'y] house managtmcn > iiiUuding) one millloiayerj. .spraying/: is used, be according to Henry A. Huet- WANT ADS

: practice1: will! be mailed tn tn Poultry has surpuasvd sure to t over rnan.ue plh: tner. regional director. Wage

... next few weeks to all Uiacl L'iiawbeiilt'a timber, and Du thoroughly since a patch one and Hour and Public Con- .. "

: fotd poultry pioduceis. (int, Hugglna claims. foot ucjume can prodia-o( million tracts Divisions, U. S. Depart.' Follow/ .thesn simile rules to make your Want Ada. bring better result

... That decision was icache It Is the caged layers that of flics.Range ment of Labor. which has the Remember\ a good Want Ad is nothing more than salesmanship in print.

: last Thursday, Juuu! :20 al 12 causing the fly problem -- of houseflies 'is up responsblllty to enforce the when telling
Wrte) Want Ad hi the name friendly atyle you use
your
_ meeting In tho Bradford Agi, uggins '.ays, because of tholonccntratlun to one mile, 'but tents have law established by Congresslast
: culture bu.lilmg called by Com. and resultant. ihown tint: most files stAY do e year. friends and neighbors about what you have! : to offer.Don't .

.. ty Agent Geaiga( Muggins tin .unui'e piles. to their place of origin : "The act prohibits arbitrary Abbreviate Don't be Fenftr-TOlie and Pound-
C'arl Hewitt (left), Du Pont plant manager !Is pictured atr.ircuell
discrimination In
- County Sanitarian Jack Till Tbe fly problem was brought Straycr slid that the sterile employmentand FooUaJbl ", -
: wick. In attendance vvcu p nt tho June :S liradforc fly approach used in screworm lniniiiot| Tin-winy. night with muster' of rcremonletICiilph helps employers. and em- Purveys!! and studies! prove that most ,

... John Strnycr, associate onto) ounty Commission meeting eradication Is/: not practical' llrynn. ployees find ways to meet Want Ad reader do not 'like or under. It makes goouC common tense to eliminate -

: .wiolog1: with the University o nd County Snnltailan Jack with holy efliew because they' problems arising from the impact land abbreviations. Make It easy for unneeded word from your Want

:. Florida; S. E. SheId4, slate CMtomoloRst ruwlclc was asked to inve.tt breed frequently, not all at one Du Pont Plant Manager Is HonoredAt of age on employment."It people to respond' to your ad 'Ad but make 'sure"you don't ruin the

- : with the Stit ate and take stops to correctlie time like the i eorew! worm fly. Farewell Banquet Tuesday Night protects Individuate 40 don't keep them guessing with abbrevletfecUVeneu of your Want Ad by making -
: Board( of Health; Kail :Midtun situation.At to 65 years old from age discrimination I ations. '

-. sanitary consultant, SDH, Jill the Thursday meeting Recent Births More than 100 DuPont em- perlntendent presented Mr. by employers of It incomplete Remember you're not

- Ian S. Moore Kxtcnslon: Set Fugg-lns' suggestion that Inforint ployees and their guests at- Hewitt with a lamp on behalfof 25 or more In an Industry affecting Put Youraelf'ta the Pronprrl Shoed placing a Want Ad to save money .

: vice Poultrymnn UP, and foil ion be compiled and mail- Bradford County Hospital tended a farewell banquet for the plant supenvlsion. Merrill interstate! commerce. you're' "inserting your ad to get results

- representatives of companle. 'd to poultry producer was ac- announces the following Carl D. Hewitt plant] managerof Struth on behalf of the From June 12 to June 30, the Give full .Information and all the deand male money Making your ad I loo
which for ppU'il. The county agent is criteria tails. about what you have to offer- short save a few pennies that lose
: cqntiact poultry pro births! : the Trail] Rlije:: and Highland employees. presented Mr. employer Is for SO or may
_ duction. JU.s week attending a state- Describe offerIng In benefit term dollars In result.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard F ed- mines, given at the HollAy Hewitt with a serving tray. more employees Huettner your you
A-lile poultry producers meeting tell prospects why your offer
: Poultry and have become die Oaskins Starke a daughter ported.He I
eggs Inn Tuesday night Tn reviewing Mr. Hewitt's ... And It I* Easy..To Order Your Aa.Trained .
it the of Florida satisfies their needs. Give dimensions
University sizes
number Sherrl Marie June 22.
the ono productand stated that employment
.. money genprntoi in Briid: n Gainesville and earlier in Mr and Mrs. James Veil Mr Hewitt. who has been two years as manager Mr. agencies are also prohibitedfrom I capacity, condition advantages competent Want Ad-Visors will

: ford County County Agmt I he week took part in separate Orlffls Lxwtey: a son, Dei'rile veal's.manacr:;: is here being for transferred the past two to Strong Improvements;: pointed Instituted out the many durIng discrimination againstthe And don't :forget >price I Want Ada help you word 'JDtU..ad for best pos

: Grorge Hugglns said Tuesd;\.. necllngs 'with extension service Bryan June 22. the Edge Moor, Del.! operations) that time. Among these 40( to 65 year 0] ,jprBonnel on the problem. Mr. and Mis. William than ads with pries. ato the rest.
organizations have the same telephone 2i1 they
if the Pigments Department. was an increase in the em- ;
'I l Muggins that as soon
.. says Thomas Jackson Jr., Strike a
prohibition as employers
Leslie S. Grogan will assume ployees' hospital benefits and
us he. Moore, and Strayer can
.a. work up the latet Infoinritlon( son, John William]]! June Bernard 22. the position o-f DuPont plant liberalization' of the company- Huettner reported that In- TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED I : ADS

on effective fly control methods Mr. an.':: Mrs. Ted manager here on July I"" wl'Se pension plan. Brief refponfei ouir'es' about !the act wl'l be

FLORIDATHEATRE the letter will bo mailed. Curtis. Hampton, a daughter 22. ,': coming here from Baltimore were given by both I, answered by mall, telephoneor ] RESULTSPHONE I
Baenda June
.. The county agent aiiys that Mr. and Machelle Mrs. Voll. W. where he was manager of the Mr. Hewitt and Mr. Orogan. personal interview at any GET : : <

(tho branch office of the U. S pigments plant The dinner was arranged by office of the WKPC. The At.

Department of Agriculture in Browning. Starke a da.ughterj| Ralph Bryan served as master W. M. Smith and A. B. Howard lanta regional ,office Is locatedat '964-6305
June 25.FIRST < -
Gainesville has just finished I of ceremonies at the dinner presidents of the plant ROozn331. 1371 Peachtree ,

testing 19 insecticide of which UNITED METHODIST> John E. Strong, plant suCLASSIFIED social clubs.HASTINGS. .
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two to effective '. \
only proved give ---
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:. FI".,,,,,.. :' ..nnFRI. c:!......."". ,. 5-7 days.fly control DDT, for]lasting Instance from, Sunday Church School,
..
9:45: a. m.; Morning Worship! | '
is not effective in controlling. E-
-- .. SAT.. JUNK 28, 29 the files Muggins said. 11 a. m; MYFActivities, 6:30: :
p. m.; MYF Meetings 7 p. m.;
E Double Feature PrrjrrninT UPTJA collected! file: at poultry '
farms and hatched files in Evening Worship 8 p. m. |

.-. a laboratory.' Kilos that had Monday Commission on

been In the poultry farm environment Education 7 p. m.; Official

1 were 125 times as Board, 8 p. m.

.-. I difficult to kill; they had be- Tuesday WSCS Executive NEW MOBILE HOMES. Ohlckaaha '
Board Meeting. 9:30: a. m.; !
Immune to Inaectlclclca -
come many
WSCS General Business Meet. If find the Classified Ads 20' x 24' wide. Buddy- ITS MOVING DAY
Huggins said USDA reeurch you your name among .
Clemaon] Layton travel trail I
Ing 10 a. m.; Chancel Choir I
proved I to the office receive ers. Liberty Taylor Azalea.
.. Rehearsal 7:30: p. m. come Telegraph and TWO Move your insurance
The county agent said he sell trade. Year bank financing
Buy II
Meeting -'
Wednesday Prayer
business "The Man
-. feels that ]legal action against Bible] FREE PASSES to Florida Theatre or 301 Drive- free set up and de to .
.. and Study.
growers who do not control Uvery.: BUCKEYE TRAILER from Keys'one"
W.uea.d
: Vacation Church School
: filM is not the answer. It Theatre Passes In. MART. INK' }.. 6913 Standing]
July 8-12, 7 to 9 p. m. with!
-... will be much better to work classes for all ages. Jax.' 771-8776. tfehg George E. ,L Rue
with growers and obtain their
INSURANCE
a THI.I'T..Re; cooperation through that method WELDING COURSE MATTRESS FOR PROMPT 24 HOUR Refrigeration USED VACUUM cleavers) reconditioned AGENpY

: J_ he sayA! few growersare OFFERED HERE & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Service.! Home and 919 up. 10 different Auto Fire Homeotmert"

a -PLUS-: causing all of Bradford's Part-time classes In welding 110 Lemon St. PeJatkaFurniture Commercial.: Phone 473-3060. name brand to choose from, LIFE &
ACCIDENT
..
problem Huggins says; the P. O. Box 19 ucl1'I'HANK' Part all .
.. will] start at the Area Voca- Repaired Keystone. 4k excellent repairs '
.. majority of producers are prac- ional-Teohnical: Center in Upholstered & Refinished make. KIR3T SALES *. Keystone Heights 478-U9
,
,
YOU NOTES-.Seau-
ticing fly control.In Starke on July 8. Classes will MATTRESSES REBUILTNew SERVICE!: 712 N. Mam. Oalnesvflle > REAL ESTATE
outlining the problem] last tltully engraved, la gold or S76-7110. %c1lC BUY. 8ELL.-TRADE
be limited to 20 students. A Innersprlngs sliver. '
$139 for box of 29, Including -
Thursday Trawick 'said he has second section may be opened and Box Springs '. Bradford FILING CABINETS. Type BILL POWELL
-.. received as high as 27 complaints Drop Us A Curd or Call, envelopes FOR RE3NT-furnished a.lrconwriter Chain
it enrollment interest is high 0 i County Telegraph. U Stands DeHka, ; Real Estate
.. in a day about flies enough. Contact the Area 1'1 PALATKA EA 5-9166 ditioned efficiency apartment. Safes. Bradford ConniTelegraph. : 20 acre close in. High and dry
-.. from poultry farms. He too, Vocational Technical Center t\U\ S. PEGGY SHALLEB Renner: Apts.' 633 MCMahon.. 't.'PaIv'ed road.

-... Hays only five per cent of the phone 964-6150. for details.- .4 2')9) E. Adklna St.Starlas rjVSCRANClB Ph. 964-0279. ,t.fchgl 2 bedroom. 2 bath! house excellent -
the trou
growers are causing
AgentOoMER'S
MEMBER AT REDUCED BA'DSA. neighborhood.
ble. JUNIOR FERE." BOAT 84 acres"unimproved.. Pricedto
Matson said the problem is Robert Linn Dodd, 17 LAKEVIEW Beach DOYLE B.! OO1TOKB FEDDERS STARTS. 't I sell.

; not limited to Bradford County, Starke has been granted in the a I _ and Cottages at Earleton. Cot INstmANJ8 AGJNO'f'PUMPS: with the Idea you want the j besi 135 acres Improved. Paved

that he has encountered it In junior membership I I tages reserved week or month tfchg cooling for your non.henbuilds i'oadtd.. railroad frontage.

22 counties in North Florida.! American Angus Associationat Junior! Parking $1.00 per car. Swim or ". 'r a qualify unit toJ deliver it cot ,W...Madlacn St.

Strayer outlined the following st. Joseph, Mo. picnic free. Phone 433-1129 ........- "j .Ph.nei: Off. 964-M84
points of fly control: membership entitles the mern- Waldo. 12trh 6-27 :

.-.. Best method, he said is to ber to register purebred Angus: WANTED USED gas. cookstove

.. get rid of the manure piles. He at regular membership rates.) Retirement or Small Family or electric refrigerators. ,

suggested the use of a "scoop pn- (t" tip' ..-'..I1..es of the 'I'Ii Frame dwelling nicely finished I NEW AND USED :FEDDERS STAIR bed.:: :A dinette seta bedroom

and manure spieader" where Association until the age of 21. two bedrooms, fenced yard SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep sets/ sofas and chairs. Phone

j paved street. A real bargainat I fl+ Panniers
$3,00000. & Shallow Wells .j CONDITIONERS"World's 79U.. tfchg
: ,"NOBODY'S peRFCCT" (I-AI)
Water Softeners & Filters
A, J. ThomiiH Realtor.Tel. rem. BALE OR TRADED with
: Doug McClure and James J 0(14-5701 Expert Service On Largest Selling Brand" down payment. Land 789 front

... Uhltmore. All Makes I footage t on 230. 1mjle
Highway
V. J. ]
Spengler
301 Drive-In .. Phone 964-7061 Wiiikler ElectricInc. Mt of Starke city limits.!
: SUN. MON. TUES.
FOR RENT-Unfurnished 3 DURRANCE PUMP Ph:;, 984-SJ11* .or 984-6128.
: JUNE 30, JULY 1, 2 bedroom house. Contact Mrs AND SUPPLY CO. 'r tfchgLA1cE

: D. L. Silcox, 331 Clark St. '
[ t'MORTAGE
Mod SHOW BEGINS AT SUNDOWN Itchg company
: FOR RENT 3 room and 234 N. Temple I'h. 961-7596 I has several houses In Starke
ADMISSION: Adults 15e, Students 60e MODERN Mountain: Cottage and surrounding for sala
AD hATES!& bath furnished cottage Phone area
: MOd'- Children Under 12 Free for rent $40 week completely 964-S337. tfchg! No' qualifying $100 down low
I'
J DID YOU KNOW It's easy to ARE YOU planning an extra
: to ]13 words __ 1.23:
Up ,
I furnished. Weeks available in
E \rondonoesjj' THURS., PRI.. SAT.. JUNE 27, 28, 29 (Miniiiiinn charge' ) own ,a Longohamp Home? room to your home garage, monthly. payments. Call Jack-
\ ; July, August, and September.R. FOR SALE-BRICK HOUSE Better built for FJirlda living. remodel or make repairs? Iso aonvllle collect 388-0161.( Bill

: Double Feature Program Km-h word over IS _. .07 E. Edmondson. Star Route ready for occupancy. :3' bedroom Your plans or ours. call Buford Mitchell'Long Matheny.3tchg. 7'4'
: Box 32, Block Mountain N. C. 1% bath. Treated Just Your lot or OUFS. contact Bu- champ Construction for Free
Extra charge If not 28711. Phone ((704)) 669-6861. outside of city limits In ford Mitchell Phone 984- Estimate. Phone Out Of Town
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: ''!IIi I paid in advance ____ .33 2t 6-27 Pinebreeze. Easy monthly 9646853.tfchg Three bed room frame dwelling -
':!7 .fii- Did ; hoar 68S3. P. O. Box 238, Starke ,
E PH&JLSS! you modem conveniences,
!>:::.J'D' -- terms. Longohamp Coast Co. tfQ1C
FOR SALB-Q. E. Klectrlc' clean] 'and nice 2% miles out.
.. Contact Bufovd Mitchell
/lfcJ -/. <:a Dm.ER.IN MemorluN, R4'"olutlollsI washer coppertone like new. pone 964-6853. P. O. Box Used Mowers Push or Hide 'Paved loa4. lot 80 x 200 ft.,
: :2 Phone 964-6240. Itchg We Trade We RepairFIRESTONE > garden .land. Price .
< I 7 cents per word 238 'Starke. tfnha JIMMY MOORE'SSUN I II $6,000.00.Terms.


: ..i; (JJf(]fI.-\; )( ; A UNIVERSAL TECHNICOLOR PICTURE* (Saleslady? CAKI OF TILVNK3 Have 30 BED complete B.XUGAtX bed Holiday ., MEN workers WANTED Kitchen -aids! Laundry, labor I I MOORE SPORTS BOAT FOR ,; Free. Pick. In Up City Service I Tel; 9645101.. A. J.: Thomas_Realtor.


Q \ II I I PLUS 50 words. or lew u__ 3.00 Inn exchanges: like new $35.00 I ers cottage parents watchman : YOUR MONEY Phone 964-73M I FOR SALS-By owner In order
See S. S. Noegels Auto
each.
= cooks and clerks. Five' Starke Ph. 9843791SERVICE ttmum'UJur to: settle] estate 2 duplex

: Each word over 50 __ .07 Sale, phone C64-64ftl Itchg day week, eight hour day. apartment buildings; with fur-
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,COLUMBIA; PICTURES PzsvsRaISE Jfihato FOR RENT-5 room 2 bed- State retirement vacations,I SPECIAL I ,; ntehings.) 'included. Located across -

room unfurnished house sick leave.If interested, please USED FISHING ENGINES: AND APPLIANCES from BM3. Large corner
IN TOWN .
'dmffl:9! METRO GOlDWYII NAn close-In. 268 Park Place. Ph. apply In person Personnel 1964'Mercury S.9HP I UPHOLSTERING lot. well landscaped. Each unit

Lakeside Home 964-6088. 2tchg 7-4 Manager Sunland Training 1961 Johnson 9V4HP Mr-conditioned) modern

ELVIS; Center Gainesville.. Fla.. ] 1966 'Sears TJ/jHP. Used I I IStumplmk"r. FENNELL'S' througlD 1rt. '100 per cent oc-
LEWiS 2 Story 6 Rooms ,
cu Easy if de
FOR RENT3 room furnished -I 4tchg 7'3' aD'CY. EinfUiclnK
PRESLEY' $9,150 apartment. Private BARGAIN CENTERI'i sired' Louiae.''Rentier, 633 Mc-

i i'FOR TtETNT-Furnished Apartment Starke MahOn.FtI.\: ., 6M-6J79. tfchg
I'/i
BlONDDlKATYJURMHHOMASeOMEZ bath central heat. Convenientto I MI. So. 301 ;
BURGESS[ MEREDITHJflAH SEVERAL GOOD USED Adding
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"DON? S. E. McKay Realtor utilities and carport. 1800
school and business section. ..
Machines ;
I for sale electrics ] -
8ALE-2
: 964-6225. Ralford Road. Phone 9647013. FOR bedroom house.
AJklns.: Ph.
I 204 W. : bal
credit
subtraction
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Keystone Heights tfchg: Mrs. 'L. D Green.: 2tchg 6-27 ; furjnlshed; ,or unfurnished.!
473-4816 ance. Bradford County Tale- ,
Corner Pratt & Polk. Inquireat
HOUSE FOR REN'l'-3 bed- U
: '; WANTED TO BUY -one to graph.. :.. Prompt Service Old Trading Post, 2% miles
: The DPDGEI 4\'ISBOtI-"NIJ; METROCOIOR CROSBY LAKE 5 acres of land in Hampton room furnished' house on Don E. Champion north of StArke on 301. tfch?
Kingsley Lake year round. See:
: Two half acre lots on East side I area. Write George Young. Mrs. Rosenberg at Rosenberg's For RepairsLARGE "
FOR SALE H x 4 x 8 ply-
I r WED. JUNE 30 JULY 1. 2 3 Box 92 Hampton Fla. quotIng FOR RENT TV sets. baby -
TUES.
LEPWER SUN., MON.. of Lake for sale. A J. Thomas, Store. tfchg board. $3.75'each; 2x4 Cedaror
price. 2tpj| beds electric guitars and amplifiers OR SMALL
Realtor Tel. 9645701.TYPEWRITER I Pine 8 ft, 65c each; pre-
Double Feature Program refrigerators by day,
t FOR SALE-8 N Ford Tractor
E I ,THE WVIV'= I STROUT REALTY will be with front end loader. In good week or month. Phone 964- QUALITYPLUMBING hung doors all sizes (11.95
RENTALS:: closed until July 15. 7923. Dahmer tfchd each: Luane doors, $593.: 30
Ph.5060.
I TECHNICOLOR ; Day week, or month.-End--. I 2tchg 6'27' '1'-& condition. Itp lb. felt. $2.25 per roll; 15 lb.
: [Q] =\ I ford County Telegraph. Phone, MUST SELL 1967 Belalr] FOR RENT-I bedroom furnIshed ".95; common nails, 12c Ib;
A BLAKE EDWARDS 984-6S05. M FOR RENT Unfurnished 2 Chevrolet loaded 1895. Also! cottage. Large room' galvanized, 19c: lb.: copper

.-|\ WED., TIIUKS., JULY ::3. J JV [ PRODUCTION I .1 I bedroom house with living 1962 Falcon clean. good $495. with private: driveway and Ph. 9645039FOR underground: cable with

.!' 1 S&/ COLOR a.tll' PMiVISIOlT ZAG room, kitchen, and bath. $40 Phone 432-1721. Itp front porch. Renner Apt., 633 ground. 142: $250, per roll.
AUTO ZIG
: IIN"to"" "'" ,.HtNI a.ft liCHN'CO'OR' "I R per mo. on Crosby Lake McMahOn. Ph. 964-6279 tfchg $19.95-122| $24,00 per roll; 250

ttMADIGAN" $28.00 Shores. Contact Mrs. Harold FOR SALE-Welch pony gen- wuv.,2x4, 10( ft. $1.10 each.

: :ft nn>. old h\In nwdlr) buttonhole Smith. hlwy. 100 west of tle $85 Phone 473-3159 Itp SCUBA GEAR for( sale. 48 SALE-House and furniture We have lots of treated lumber -

R1NG PLUS hllnillu'm. otrrraatte Starke. 1P cu. loot tank; Volt regulator; 210 N. Cherry. Ph. 964 ,'will save you money. Hinges -
buttons, WIGS by Sandra. Grand Opening K valve; :2 J back packs $75. 6250: or 964-7271. ''tfchg ]locks'. antiques used, furniture -
RICHAR" i>w. MOW on Sale.
Saturday. Wiglet
: HENRY #I--/ U .J f --- monogram, patch, muketiioftt G. J. McGrlff Jr.DEMONSTRATE. 220 N. Temple Ave 7'28 Phone 964-43B1 Itchg FOR SALE Camper "All and appliances lots of

:' ALAIN.. nil fancy Ktlttlirw.. Full LOSTpart Chihuahua' male Florida' In. excellent condition, farm toils plows, good gas

E 5VIDMARK FONDA luARTINDELOH TEXAS AcRoss/ cash balance only] 98.00. TOYS it SPINET PIANO dog in Klngsley Lake area. with stove refrigerator and stoves $15.00 up. Deep freezes.

I for more Information write: GIFTS Party Plan. Work Will transfer spinet piano ,to Ph. 533-2136 Itp. sink. Sleeps fIve.CaB 964-631 reflgerators. We have lots of

; JOEY .ROSEMARY j I T I Cmiit i>rpt. 2ton !I.\\'. 13th now 'til Christmas. High Com responsible party on small after five 2tp 7|. used. doors and windows. Bar-
!g INGER STEVENS BISHOP- FORSYTH I THE RIVER44isrma.A !f St..
-f fI. rollcit 37B-3K0) (! ask. for. .' I Parties. Inc" Avon. Conn send truck. Pool Music Co. In excellent condition, 1953: Plymouth 4 dr for sale] around at Old Orlffls Trading

.." OT -. A UNIVdSAI HCTU t UNIVERSAL PICTURESIS1 i TECHNICOLOR V 'i I Ur....:!. r'l 06001 Telephone 1-203-673- Inc. Box 727 Holly Hill Fla. $45. Call 468-1581 after 5:30.: $50. Phone 964-540S or 964, PoSt on 391( 2 Vi':miles north

". .... a% \ I 3455. 2tp 74| 32017. Itctig Itp 1 7527. Itchf of,_Starke. Itp

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..10 \ ::hth'elr Home Furnishings Budget! 7 : n. I' manufacturer, our buying committee has selected these at '

"'1', ",' 1 .* "" r' The Most Outstanding Values in the KROEHLER line. Be '

'I..:' '':'' ',> ;.ave up to Vi and More f :: ours'to see these sensational values before you buy any

: ,,!lid extra drawer and storage space at a fraction of the Usual. cost PAINT ITI f ;, Living room furniture. .

rp-" .... :. =-' r BEAUTIFUL: PONDEROSA PINE STAIN ITI __ :::. \ I 'w ; 5OO95 MODERN TV :

l' ...___. ,.' "r, I', Sh'loothlySanded. Ready to Finish -. -_. I ,. P',.,' W ,RECLINERPerformancetested Tweed .:,.'

...;..., VARNISH ITI'1 ,
full foam
'cover seat. -wav
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\action Geld Olive, Ryst.21RC
jc -.t:9'" L". 2.op drawers, 3 "bottom drawert$ 1 "793f : .,.. :
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----- ., 2 tap drawers, 4 .bottom drowns | O ... ':.4. Ol''io'' \
i7 .,' ',:'" I '(:\ 27" Wide. IS" Deep, 40" High.' --, .- -' "' '41 It'll. /', 'ioo\\O'\' 0"" +

.. I'' ,.:......'I- 1. ,,- ,:' -.. 9 Drawer Mr. & Mrs. Chest 5249S> 'f.i.. ,t ,0"
y; 3 tap drawers, 6 double draweis. 0

it : ?J : I I\' .... ": ....,;7 '':,.' .. ; 34" Wide. IS" Deep 32" High. 'Sr:. .' N gaW00 '1 ......,.... +i91' V,,., !MyN,,,;+ n r

_,.1 '.:. ...-'ii' 10 Drawer Mr. & M... Chest $*>O95 O-_ r. t yr ,

r"T' T .," Q' ':'" 4 lop drawers, 6 double drawers. A f. :"'.' :. .. d 73RC r.
,,11' ..... 92" Wide. IS" Deep 32" High; V CENTER
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11. :. ,Mn" ::--, _- ........ P, -pr.v"w'ktt", !'...r, ;_ ._. .' '...... GUIDID 't 1''
nut --- M299
3 Drav/er ..-..-.- I. "',----. :;.r!'' Q.. '- $1 108
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KITE STAND!
trSt; .--.. ..-' :. :i., ,-:. ..... .4r ooce h/ r...., I owua.NOlo INIFNFD JUMBO MODERN RECLINER ROCKER
,,. -...-tr { : fc ... il'A Emboited Expanded
$1395 J tll.i':. ( ....... ) AN aver soft( pliable cav.
f :.to.. Sh4EpiopQ b r 4t"! full foam teat 3'/''" foam on aim. 3-way at Soft, Embossed)
,l.--- f I lion. Broad-button lulled pillow-back. Colon Brown, Olive, Plastic cover with
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HIGHBOY. CHESTS S 19/1$ -',. ;J1"'",.. "te....,. r aDio tC'"tFn 1. SOLID Oxbkwd. Ian. kirt. 4*" foam
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't/atl/1/ I io ? _! )-. Overhang ,

oWt '$1095 y ,.. .- v, ::..r ( Guided drawer bow.{ 3-ply drawers.bettemm.bark lap scalloped end 30"xt6"Center and 95St. Famous KROEHLER Signature Chairs c ((11W

-- ;.s; 42" DOWN DELIVERS *.
Vyniry'\ B.neh '; Famous KROEHLER .Sleep.or. Lounges
$ _.....----:: 4 DRAWER CHEST (not shewn) $19'5 1 ) 1f .

$49 \j"S S $' DELIVERS s 7 3 DRAWER DESK r with Foam Mattresses
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.V'Vv "<: Bookcaie. .............$13.95 iv '__ :',
'. >V>"* Bookcate..............$15.91 I .. 5199" .
."..'> Vvi4. Boekcaw ,............$17.95 Recerd Cabinet ., :I Ch.... .... .
I 5" 26" $ 95 -...........
I fotfkcatei. 31" High and 10" Deep .21" High 12 l: :) .,:_ I, f MODERN SIEEP e OR a lOUNGtravoraible S9QS hN ......."'... ,
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h, Ovorhang top ftcol* 279" 0't cairn'' N......,.,. _
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rt; N DEACON BENCH 52295 w. ,.,fr... so ndt and drawer bottom S | 95 T-cuihlon A',:
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Sensational Chair Values
j 4 Our buying committee searched the J'-
markets for these outstanding chair val f f .- T,._ IT MASSAGES :::::::-
u.,.. Be sure ta see the broad selection FAMOUS __*,.'-- ---.* -.- Soothing
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,feeei berrelfceik 1 PLATFORM ROCKER Modern styling Covered .r Action
aifi p. n uo'wa..' iwlvel a' In rich, Tweed "I The chair tnat' doei everything-come In ana)!
'1'cr, with ..... l.lk ta "4 Unktllevokly{ i.ei.firtekle. fabric 5" foam teat. sit In this wonderful chair ta fully appreciate'
p.dd.. .. el..tlc, <..ir.. 5 $''d" full foam an' arms and r.. Its comfort and quality construction foam I '
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I :I ,,. $0088AJb) .ACIf s' } S 44 188 f -- /S; t 1 VIBRATES Vibrator' '

$1.00 DELIVERS HEATS Unit
$1.2S A WEEK $3 DOWN 'r
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PLASTIC. and FRIEZE -

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Special += 32 f mboiMd Plaitwcover. Reclining
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a nlem. Reveriible, lippered $9 995
$3995 t SWIVEL ROCKERS :. -' s foam cushion oex a ::
1 TiiTutio rustic Attached INow-sotto "' t rtb't '

<1.1S A WEEK AIIIACIIVC TWEED '; .r / Colors, $10. DOWN Colors:

>- yt Q yttwr colon:........... !' : olw S75ua $2. A WEEK Black Olive Cold > Beig
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l .eedOnTWo-"ft.. to iwo _____y ........ __ ----TARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY JUNE 27 1968 _


I '- "I ri.;:: and to put up with Its administration REHABILITATION PROGRAM

',.'" 4'r and its many ungrateful FLORIDA ALCOHOLIC
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t 'II, fl' .. students. This alone
I : >t :,.. ." ; //1, "'' \ is an amazing accomplishment. i'i

; ,Return To Common Decency .. "" '''' ''' "::' Being a teacher at alcotoplCS 1 -
,;.; : Bradford High -In my opinion -
0,."Is education a right or a privilege comic strips that once 'fyfcr con- 4 'I ,1'C""O"M''E i .ON f "S"N'" -for over one year requires A

? Are our institutions of sidered primarily the proftet-ty( of ; .;.. pic .. unlimited patience, understanding w

higher learning to become citadelsof children, but now shouldArty the : : tolerance, faith, and

protest and disorder, or are they label "for adults<) only." {tpTS.A': T 0; P:" AHDN : hope. Mrs. Simpson had all

going to be run by duly constituted The influence of television\ ( in of these. By PAUL C. FOfcAKEREditor. >
authority?" to l ": Mrs. $Simpson taught mend .. '5en1cu- "
contributing; a popular tolerance Information

Congressman These questions Don Fuqua were asked in a re-by of even violence by the is industry.being N&re one gwized. :has, : l)( (J P OU <: fftOW'N.rl?>R'x ancient many others Greek to culture appreciatethe and one of alcoholism's- most 12. Has drinking ever jeopardized -

i its ,philosophers.! taught
job or, ?
) frustrating characteristics is your business!
release of his
cent Washington suggested a direct connection be-
to the drink to
us appreciate 'great
the drlnker- 13. Do you escape
tjie Inability or
newsletter. tween any given TV 'Pr ttram '. J painters and composers of the lat, 'any, of his Illness from worries o"r troubles?
i stage
uThere was 'a time when young featuring violence and the sequence .\ ... I ',..,:;i'. ( J rmit. She has now taken her to accept or recognize that he 14 Do you drink alone?

people; went to college to learn. Asa of assassinations in Decent ,;jJ; ;,"'Vi.,, '/f',; I i. \ ,..-" ...."; place on the pedestal of the :Js In serious trouble, despitethe 15. Have you ever had a
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matter of fact, the vast majority years. But, in view of Saturday .. '' '\ "'\" ..' .'. : ,y .. .' "' .. .,. "utL.i greats!!, and like 'we 'do the overwhelming evidence complete loss of memory' as a
still do. Yet on deluge of ? r'\1 greats, let us.keep! what: Mrs result o-f drinking?
campuses morning's mAss car toons, (. : f',' !a .: \ present that this Is the case.
Across this land there is a motley often sponsored by toyroaKeitf trY- J I.; t.\' ,. ''' Simpson stood for alive.I The individual himself can 16. Has!! your physician ever

assortment of activities and pro- ing to sell simulated weapons. ( to f"1ri ;;'' ". < I have gotten. the impression best determine whether or not treated you for drinking?
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lestors whose wisdom in their young children< the high volumeof I ,. ,"! C : that Starke does not 'he Is 'an 'alcoh:>lIc. 7 Do you drink to build up
)" .. I' what
.: "," ', .1' realize it has lost. I the expeilenceof setr-'onfldence?
:ppinion, knows!\! no bounds. They westerns and detectia'orieli ;I,''' ''i.t. ; f. ;\ZNI: It has been
; ; r hope that it will wake to bJen
.. up 18. Have ever In
b.r .ii. '1'>;' :::;s t1i the membership of Alcoholics : you
waht and demand every right unDer regularly featuring violence in the I'' I 11. Jr' '.1 the goodness and justice Mrs. that "yes" an institution or hospital on
the law, but they refuse to evening and<) the nightly wsCastu )t f f, Anonymous
.: : Simpson stood for, and striveto answers to any three of the account of drinking?
abide by the same rules in their of the horrors from Vietr aitf, the 1: \ ... put ''more people like her, in following questions means alCohol 19 Have you e'er felt remorse -
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'Conduct with others. Education point has been raised that the TV :, ., ." ,1\.\.'; "i\-, ';".,, c' ( c. ) : : it a.:ministration and.,schools. U becoming a problemto after irlnklng: ?

'ean'be'' made a hostage of this voc- screen is conditioning the mass \...,... I.'v, ::;; .,..,... f2 ;: 'Out of the six fiilr time the Individual taking the 20 Do; you crave a drink at

'''Sl"minority unless there is a audience to become' reconciled( to {..,. ,1:, teachers I have had this year, test: a definite time dally?

hange in direction," the Congressman violence as an acceptable Means 114i 1 :v : '., ,. I ''can give credit 'to only 't'wo 1. Have you lost time from Alcoholism being l h progressive -
I believes. of settling differences. .: for doing a good Job of teach- work: due .to drinking? illness,. can be treated -
Ij .Many of us are now asking: ;: !tV, '-' ';" .r ing. Mrs. Simpson is one of 2. Has drinking made your only with outride help,
There are some heartening signs J
t .- them. whether It,, be pastoral counseling -
-flow offenders : home life unhappy?
is it that rebellious -
young
that producers of this tyfc i tf material
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Starke and Bradford High
much ; fl: \ .4' < 3. Do you drink because you group therapy, psychotherapy -
manage to create so have been doing sonic: ser- _.#1.,,, ', .. .. need more people like Mrs. are shv wl'h people? medical service, Al-
,trouble in a world whose leaderShip ious soul-searching since the assassination "T" .' ... Simpson, but they will not get '4, Has drinking affejtei: caholjos/\ Anonymous, or oth-
is supposedly in the hands of Senator Robert Kennedy ", ::to It., I "' 'O'Itt... ...>, '''. them if they will not recOgn- your reputation? e-i The' fact is, the disease,
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'ty adults? The president of CM$ has : \ .' f 'ise:: the 'few they do have and B. Have you gotten: Into finBirlal left untreated ,never gets

'- The answer of course, is that announced that officials, producers then replace the ones Who are difficulties because of better :It: always gets; worse.

the young people learn from us, and writers for the network 1' .' not deserving of their posi your drinking? Thus the term "progressive"Is
'and tend to perform according to ( : tions. Starke must also strive Da turn to lower used in describing alcoholism -
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wpuld meet to ud ,:.ePJP a%ize of their elders Jt.; to make! it a more desirable Companions and an Inferior ,
the guidance in programs now in production. .. .. J '
to live in that it can
plare so
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is { environment when drinking? The alcoholic\ must recog-
their If the guidance
parents ., ft.
i tak-
ABC that j it te '
reports .
then .A.'' ,, ." "'0. 4. keep the good 'people that it 7. Does your drinking make nize tfie nature of his Illness,
faulty, .or overly permissive, ing steps to prohibit the use of ;' 1 ,. 'I} 1'1':7.' : }g .
is pretty certain ;,. / .. .. has.I you careless of your familY'swelfare want help In arresting It, and
'the performance "violence for the sake of violence"in '. -9 'hope we don't forget the ? accept the fact, that for him.
4o be faulty'also.. The law notes its and NBC hits announced example Mrs. Simpson set but
for programs. .. ......., nr ; 8. Has your drinking decreased total abstinence Is an abso-
that parents are responsible similar action. If." ''t&I 'r '" ....", Instead:f carry It out. When a. / your ambition? lute necessity.

the actions of their offspring, Hollywood trade papers have t';' { wmjl'I ., person dies, we shouldn't let 9. Do: you want a drink Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation -

but> if parents don't know the been filled in recent we ksj with "....! \ > h... ,;. ...-.: them die in 'US, but do our "the morning after"? Program has more information -
'whereabouts of the youngsters, best to recognize what they 10. Does your drinking on this subject
ads by television and irjWifl\ fig- The Drive Is Still OnARMER'S were and keep their Image Just
:Who should? muse von to have difficulty waiting for you. write
; .,Let's face it. Teenagers don't ures protesting ihordina.t screen alive by carrying out their beliefs steeping? PARP's Information Services

dell beer 'and whiskey, or even violence.It and hopes.Thank 11. Has your efficiency decreased Box 1147, Avon Park, Fla.

lope to teenagers; adults do. is hoped that these mtirtifesta- you since drinking?
tions not just flash in the Rita M. Meng
,,Teenagers don't design mini-skirts are .a DIARYwas
for teen pan, to be resolved today and for-
Jmd skin 'tight pants but that theyare Lastda9 was the longest Dear Gene: undoubtedly continue for AS firearm on his person, carrying -
lagers ; adults do. Teenagers don'tJurn gotten tomorrow; day oV 'tpg yew\, and with : how far can a house fly As always. we have been long as men continue to hate. a concealed or loaded firearm -
juvenile delinquents loose a real indication that the pendulum Dayl1j/V\/ !\ k jIi I 1I time the old fly? The speaker said tests able to count on the Bradford But the gun with which Sen. In a public place Illegally !-

!with a wrist-slap to laugh in the has swung as far'As Jt can sun dl h'4 %
:lace of law enforcement officers; in the glorification of sex.and) vio eight Q'd1o'1' G and itWas a range up to a mile, but promoting a worth-while pro lessly slain Is being blamedfor failure to report an unregistered -

Adults do. Teenagers don't write lence, and the adults of tHe Cation? nearly' I\IP.\ poforft dark. Soon then went on to say that ject.Your his death rather than the t handgun.

obscene books and produce movies are resolved to return to Sanity in now ll\\ oqIy.9 wi 111, shorten, as other have shown that files public service has as Individual hater who pulledthe None of these state laws

.based ont every sex deviation the materials being fed to oureduwithecomplete Nature> gOga\ art per way, man around a poultry house stay isted in producing 273 Job applications trigger. Huge vocal seg- was able to prevent the crime
tAflict- \ within the immediate area, so for our prospectivenew ments of the public and count-
known to man adults do. we a.(e notwllr\f"I'tflblr. 4 -yet many are calling! for
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moral 1 Break- I r that point is debateable Industry less lawmakers. are caught up similar federal laws in the
Crime and sex and violence .
: Appfylly'} \ \ the infestationof The results are overwhelming In an emotional whirlwind blind hope that something
Crave largely taken oven even the down. MA// 11 lAS [\or "love bugs"as One thing is sure: the poul- and I Just want to let you swirling around outraged::\:: could be done to prevent such

thtt* ,.r4 d lltwas; ] light try business Is big In this know that your cooperation Is screams for "a gun law" brutal acts.
I ; Is The Wall By Sam McGarvey
On
The Writing this 3' iftp\/ and that Was a relief area and growing all the greatly appreciated not only Amid the cries for federal
two-houjf session at,+yQr (Ai0 trouble they time. Its making a big contribution for this one project but for registration and federal prohibition Few would oppose additional -
: in the
Few, if any, of the 40 or so Never cause\(\ tfVlt'1l recent years. floors He pointed out that to the economy and your continuing efforts in the ; there has been no gun controls If there were
itizens attending the meeting did the federal men devj&t from Rain. l'c'>l.tnO)( hail snow obviously it Is impossible to its interests should be considered projects of the past.. voice pointing out that state any assurance or even a likelIhood -

last week ;'between the Bradford the new guidelines, however. Intwo"years and,, lC County School Board and officialsof they said, 'J3t dtord car's wkxA9hleld:1 \ 1 \ but we've for various reasons. meeting last week will lead to ber, I say thank you.Sincerely laws already in existence prevent these slaylngs. But
will have all i integrated controls which will eliminate had Title IV been on the
the U'S. Department of Health, County never ygeianything\ worse some were apparently violated in
Education, and Welfare can doubt schools or face a cut-off of federal than tr.p\ doggo0e bugs. And One question discussed the problem. D. Wayne Whlffen the slaying of Sen. Kennedy books, or even the additional
call
.that complete and total integration funds. we thlf.1t peiuice station at- President not to mention a series of controls upon long guns
ed for by the President, neither
of our school system is coming We can probably get by next tenda\(% \1\1'\ .agree with us. Chamber of Commerce lesser laws plus the supreme would have in any way affected -
1969-70 school by submitting a neW plan moral and legal law against
the year
by year. the chain of events
MuC"f# hf the stra.wberryland Dear Gene: killing someone.
U. S. Office of Education Director de- NEWS And NOTESyy that the in the handsof
; I ii Abe put gun
segration. County Is nowblanket Although we moved from California 1 law requires the
Harold Howe 'two years ago under f pj4ecttve of Bradford County In'' 1943, a registration of handguns and the man who used It to

bid in a congressional hearing on the present :freedo .of-cMice plan a cov 'l' j>. Soon after theseason For Today's Homemakers week without The Telegraphis prohibits possession of hand- kill Sen. Kennedy.

HEW's guidelines that the federal seems to be moving fast enough, ydg. Over, the: growers like missing one of the guns by aliens which would Since the proposed new fed-
government 'would settle for noth- as Supt. Casey; says, to meet remo" A A14stlc) jnulchlng, cut By Martha Sue McCain family. Names of the old families apparently include the prin- eral laws could not have affected -

ing less than total, integration of HEW's old guidelines for the '68- up an'y' 'IgtteA!I the l land, then County Extension are a little strange now, ciple suspect. Other sections of the assassination of

school students of, all races. Howe 69 term. sowed "j'of"efle/ d. As a result, Home Economics Agent' and there are many I don't state law which were violated Sen. Kennedy, the thrftst of

aid then his office was just tak- Possibly, we may get by in '69- the l lamb'\/ l 4 being protected recognize, but they are all include carrying a loaded the bill is toward guns In

ing it easy on the South, but that 70 with some further 5jtep still from1*} 1jluJ\ \, growth of part of home. Enclosed Is a firearm, carrying a concealed [Continued On Next Page
integration was coming in time. short of complete integration. But Insect* is Ne/4/ down, and the check for another year's subscription -
land isrffia\ \% enriched. SUMMER SANDWICH In a bowl, combine cheese, ,
be it.
that will .
He spoke as plainly ,as any man / .
SPECIAL eggs, tuna, green pepper, on- Sincerely,
could, but'the words., were spokenin Right now, the county" :faces a But /3AKtf* 9' of bugs, we Here's the secret for enjoy- ion and relish. Blend togethersour Lyon B. CrosbyGreensboro
D. C, and not possible cutoff of any new federal '
Washington l
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interesting meetIng ng a carefree summer: Plan cream mustard, sugar Fla.
beard here. funds unless a new plah.\ leading o\(\\, t 1100sa\ tUes at the ahead) Skillful planning allows and salt carefully fold! Into

,* Last Wednesday night, sitting toward complete integration in Agl'lcll11dlng)\ last week. you to give the family tuna mixture, until blended. Dear Mr. Matthews:

right in i Bradford County's court- two years is not submitted and The n> t 1hq, ,' called Py county the kind of meals they enjoy Spread about one-half cup of After reading your editorial,

... room, HEW officials from Atlanta approved by HEW. If the neW planis sanltsWV *Jf<:!fc 't'ra'N'lck and and thrive on, and still\ have. mixture on bottom half of "A National Disgrace" June

repeated# ,..told our School not approved, a hearing will be Count Arrant\ George Hug- fun in the sun yourself Keep each bun; cover with top bun 20, 1968, it Is my opinion that
Board SuptvTom. Casey of the held in Washington in\ ji few gins M/; got UP to establish make-aheead salads and sand- half. Wrap In aluminum foil you do not at all know what

newest: id 1i>es handed down in months and all federal funds, total- contrel will off poultrV hOhaea which are ator, desserts ready-made in minutes. Fold back foil; In- The National Rifle AssocIation -
be cut
No ing $150,000: s
March from Washington. plan some
\ causl iu t-"ull> l In some the freezer, and plenty of sert tomato slice In each sand, of which I am NOT a
of school if the county i is found to be at
for the operation a system places
convenience foods on hand. wick and serve Immediately. member, has gone on record
will, be approved by HEW except fault. I.. Cool, ready-to-serve dairy Makes 8 sandwiches.:: to be and always has been for
those which call 'for the com- The next step would Ve forced One V f\\f\ things broughtout foods are a boon to the busy Tuna Cheesettes make a good gun legislation.I y

plete integration of all schools by integration through a federal !W RbQ meeting is that homemaker any time of the meal, served with potato doubt If you know that f w

the 1969-70 school year. court order should a citizen bring flies e'\) p.. r01:1le11\: from cage- year In summer they're es chips, relishes, and milk, Cup- the Florida Peace Officers ,1ex

They stated plainly that the suit through the Justice Depart laying JSOt1gNS\ !I [and only a few pecially popular, plentiful and cakes make a neat and delicIous Association has gone on record By Lynn Hamilton, of Southern Marina

all-Negro RJE High School and ment. ofpoultrV 1 and that the other suited to the season. carry-along dessert AGAINST total gun regIstra-

the all-Negro Anderson Junior The point is that complete and hAilses are comparatively Start your collection of tion and has sent a copy to DOWN TO EARTH TIPS does Is make the lens'opening
AeA \Or the problem. easy-do recipes with this tasty Sen. George Smathers. FOR BETTERI'IIOTOGRAPIIY smaller permitting less lightto
High make it impossible for Brad- total integration must come\ in a
And ttyt t, the l'ObleJtcan be appetite pleaser, Tuna Chees- Where did you get your InformatiOn enter. Inexpensive filters
ford County to be in compliance short while, like it or \nut. The contrJf\\, a spraying sches ettes. Most families
They're tuna salad- on New York? Also boating would will also Improve the. lighting!
with HEW's new guidelines. matter now rests in the hands of dule tigt' I maintained burgers walk like to the
\ heaped In buns and I would like to see you improve qualityof quality of your pictures. A yellow
,The officials did not deny and our local School Board, but its regulskBovtbwe0/j\o\, .. heated on the charcoal grillor six blocks at night in :New their water-borne photo- filter [Kl] darkens the
even praised Supt. Casey's repeated hand is being forced. The board, in the oven. As a timesaver York City by yourself Care to graphy, but all the technical sky and outlines the clouds

assertions that Bradfordhas understandably, wants the) monk ', \\i v>aJ also revealed mix up the filling a day try it? talk about apertures and sight more distinctly Unless you're

made "significant" progressin ey off its back and on to the fed thty fifae\ sprtylnor materials ahead and keep It refrigerated.. DEDICATED TEACHER Senator Smathers should readings can be pretty con- after an unusual lighting effect -

school integration. Casey pointed eral government. We would say, u+/'t APst f; AS much as $28 Come time to eat, spoon the To the people of Bradford know( that registration of cars fusing, These"down to earth" It's best to keep the
a galiy\\, VhJW,< makes that tuna cheese-sour-cream mix- County boats to gain revenue, suggestions from the photo-
,,out that 27 per cent of the after Wednesday's meeting, that : and was sun directly over your shoul-
Negro students enrolled in the has occurred. operatl"tll'\ \\ costlv one. ture Into buttered sandwich During the week of June 2. so where can you compare: ? graphy specialists at Evln-

county this past term attended Any plans the board makes for And ttv At t 'ilVtng\ the past two buns wrap them In foil and two people died. One caused You would try to lead 'people rude Motors will probably be der.Don't get too far away
years ffwe\\! of eggs has take them along! to the back- national mourning while the to believe that their rightsto helpful. from
white schools and that the coming and the next your subject. This is a
formerly year been \\-v\1'olt9lv\ low for producer yard or picnic site. Tuna other caused local mourning. own and use guns would Learn 'the mechanics of your
problem that both
40 per cent, or 385 of the total should take into full considerationthe *, \IsM> that they are Cheesettes will keep while Yet both were of equal greatness not be impaired. Maybe you camera. Stage several "dry sea-going and plagues land-lubber

Negro school population of about federal edict, so as not) to thert'tCY\I( \\ t( bad position travelng if you pack them in In their own individualways. should read some of the bills!! runs" without film. Pick an amateur photographers. As a

!320 are expected to attend form waste any of our school dollars.We :) flnancl/li/: ... the refrigerated/ picnic cooler that are In front of the House object, focus and fire. How general rule, once you're readyto

erly: ,, all-white schools next fall. cannot delude ourselves as along with the milk. I would like to express my land: Senate right now. long did it take to correctly shoot, you can still take a
*,Nor did the federal officials argue to what is coming. We can make One At \Ae\ entomologists at This Is no ornldary tuna opinion about the person who Have you ever' heard of the perform all the necessary few steps closer to your sub-
the mUt>f\\|* said/ it 1 III becom- National Skeet Shooting Association steps? Once this routine becomes
with Casey's assertion that it our responsibility to see that salad mixture but a zesty caused local mourning becauseof -
duality education for all children each Bradford County youngster, contra Intr ix f@Apih8ly 1 Difficult to blend with the flavors of mus. my high respect for her, or the Amateur Trap automatic, you can ject.There are two methods of
\ 1J4 because
see flies tard pickle relish and also because I feel she Shooting Association? Theyare concentrate on improving the
,
of the Bradford school has often stated onion
i is1 the goal as Supt. Casey so some eVgityl| ) have developed a "stopping" a moving boat. Ifyou're
two that the laws quality and! content of individual -
green pepper and piquant has not received the recognition groups
System. They said it is their goal receives the best possible"" educa- partial \ArfVirAuHtty\ to sprays, dairy sour cream. When they that she is so deservingof. would hurt more than the pictures. In a stationary position,
tion offer. and JV\ Vme pan or follow the moving( boata
we can 75
tpo. tl1y cases per criminal. It might two
cause
come off the fire, slip In a This person Is Mrs. Isabel Many good picture possibilities short
distance
before actually
cent ft \the flies survive,
a tomato slice and:! serve. ""Simpson. 'great sports, that are enjoyedby are lost because 'the
epraylry/f/ suJ i then that taking the picture. This
( Are -three million peopleIn '
'Over
TUNA CHEESETTES Mrs. Simpson was the most equipment isn't loaded 'wIth
sORID4 The much .ly:,'\((41t\ to Kill at ft laterman's will "freeze" the boat and
Bradford County Telegraph One dedicated this country, to fold.
cup [4 oz.1 1 Cheddar teacher that I have film 'and ready to go. This Is blur the
tlme.rtl'ltly battle t- background givingan
% cheese [cubed)I. 2 hard-cooked had in "my 12 of school. why boatmen two
ESTABLISHED 1879 aRI\\t\ '\ bugs Is far from years Now, as to the assassinations many carry effect of speed. You can
eggs (chopped!, 1 can 16Mioz Her unselfish desire was to to blame a gun is ir- cameras. When not In use, also
: 1k )E> E. L. MATTHEWS Editor and Publisher over new,t J iy i'I1t1tl1ue8'Artte, ''Of)and all materials.of our .1 tuna [drained and flaked share her broad knowledgewith 'rational The removal of store your equipment In a ning shoot parallel.from This a boat will 'freeze run

G 4 'Florida's' Oldest Weekly Newspaper Published CoAtl iou ly 1\ 1, 2 tablespoons chopped her students and to make every gun from the U. S. or convenient spot but protect it 'both the boat and the back-
The Aht6M0ibglst that teen pepper 2 tablespoons Starke a more decent place to the world would not erase assassinations from spray and Intense sunlight ground.
) \ said,
QI'S to Under The Sam Masthead. chopped onion, 1 tablespoon live in. She did not seek to from either recent Keep your film In air-
s>aratJlwA" strips \ip
", work well Don't of
wait for the day
pickle relish, onehalf cup dai- better herself. With her intelligence or 'ancient world; history. The tight containers.
Published each Thursday and entered as Second Clam Matter at the Post Office /Innot Ge (1J"'Where the files ry ;sour cream:; one half tea- \ she could have hada loathesome practice originatedwith Overexposure is the most the' big cruise or family outIng -

at Starke. Florida under Act of March 3rd, 1879, congre \,tQ, on ceilings, but 'spoon prepared mustard: one- much better position In 'a clubs, poisons, asps, and common problem because wa- ques.to Do try out these techni

Subscription In trade area: 1 year, $4.BO; A months, $2.50 he/: SHies lye florid where the fourth teaspoon sugar one- much better location. Yet dag&erlong!! before guns came ter reflects more light than when a few your bad experimenting pictures won'tbe

Outalde trade area: 1 year, $5.00; 0 months, 12.73 Gg11a4 to rest on the teaspoon salt 8 sandwich unlike many teachers, she into existence. Assassinations, ordinary ground. Set the ca-
buns, 8 slices tomato. chose to stay at Bradford High' with whatever weapon, will mera down 1 stop AU this a disaster. _




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'\ tflVBSDAY. JUNE Z7. 1988 IlKAJFOKD cor/NTT/ TEI Q1tAPJI. STAIWCB. FLORIDA Section! 8'_ P.g. S


I family in their loss. home at Silver Lake. Miss to be present and on time. Mickey Dansby I years as a Civil Service. em Brooker. Bus Run t i
LETTERS Community HouseCommunty Breeden accompanied, Miss CHURCH NEWS ployee.He] .
residents of all Oriffis home for a few days Greater Bethlehem FreeWill Given Medal By has also worked for For Swim Program

TO ages are Invited to participateIn visit here. \ Baptist Church, Rev. Air Force ROTC various animal importers In
THE the recreation period at Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pack- Lewis McKay pastor. Vacation. New York City, Including A school bus will leave the I

f 7:30: every Monday night at ham, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Bible School Is In progressthis I Cadet Capt. Mickey R. Frank Buck. Sparks lectured; Brooker School at 7:45: a. m.

the Theressa community Bill Phillips were Sunday din- week with the theme .I Dansby was among 20 out- at the 1939 World Fair withan Mon to Fri. to pick w
EDITORPawl House. ner guests of Mr. Packham "My We For God." The pub- standing Air Force ROTC exhibit of large Indian pythons children in Graham and At f
Softball Team and Mrs. Phillips'\ parents lic Is Invited to attend. Transportation cadets at. the University of between 20 and 27 feet the Hampton School enrouteto

; ] The Triest team came up Rev and Mrs. Merle Packham. will be provided for I Florida who were honored long. He handled the largest. the swimming program at I
\' I\\ l. with its first victory this sea Guests of their aunt. Miss those out of walking distance. with top awards for their. python ever brought to this I Kingsley Lake. The bus should

lshjnent* ( of the object son last Thursday evening as Dorothy Mills, over the week Monday night Choir No. 3 scholastic and leadership country-27 ft. 4 in. arrive at Graham about 7:59j:
wlj I caused a death was they overpowered the Hamp- end were Lori, Jason and and Ushers Board No. 2 will achievements during the year. and at Hampton about. 8:10.: .

i ''M f>9"t of a formal law. In ton team 12-6. Winning pitcher Todd Mills of Jacksonville hold regular meetings. Tuesday He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Sgt. Russell Any school child who has'

U'' dark .*es! the death in was Steve Broadway. Team Beach. Their parents, Mr. and ( night Choir No. 1 will R. O. Dansby of Starke. completed the first grade,
Cited For
\f Yns1t\! whether a weapon followers expect the tide to Mrs. Harold Mills Jr.. visited meet. Wednesday night Prayer Dansby was presented with, Service through the sixth may attend
"b turn following this break into afternoon. Meeting. Thursday night. the Retired Officers Associ
( A *ton& tnat fell from avis Sunday the swimming program.
Tech. Sgt. Samuel L. Russell .
'wj 1"* tried, convicted and the win column. Tuesday .Think About It Story Hour atf: the church. ation gold medal and ribbon
Jr.. brother of Mrs. C. O.
Triest met Brooker at The Ladies Circle will be held.
MiIia4"*:! by a formal court. night Sometimes in great truth for his activities.A '
ft. Wild think that In Brooker and tonight, Thurs_ there Is also] humor. That's Saturday dinners will be sold 1965 graduate of Brad- Hill of Kingsley Lake, has ADDING MACHINES Man--

tfJ\I.\ en1l htened 2
"wA *10 1\,1\\ fl'chaIc concept even If Our sincere thanks to Al It:."'POverty is no disgrace to Sunday: Church School 9:30.: Honor Society, Beta Club while serving as non-commls-| .ice.- Bradford County Tele. '

&I1 b twisted. minds have riota'A'lcec1 Waddell of Triest ConstructionCo. a man, but It. Is confoundedly Morning. Worship at 11. Graduation County STAR Student. was sloned officer in charge of graph.!
the Analysis] and Sec
beyond the archaic for his help in providingus inconvenient." exercises for the Bible. first in his class, and servedas Reports
cf\f\e{\ \ At political assasslnatf with news of the. team. School will be heb) at 6 p. m. Student Body president, in tion in the Directorate ol
His cooperationare '. Monday July 1, the pastor, Maintenance, 315th Air Divlsston -
tV.1'i! courtesy and Vyyyyyyy'.wyyyyyyyy addition to many other club Don't BeDECEIVED
at. Tachikawa Air Base,
officers and members will
greatly appreciated. ,
# > activities.At .
Ir vay do you have a
gI\\V I"\ s cur<> house? Rehearsal Dinner HAMPTON render services for Rev. SamPson Nine Scouts From 70 the University he has I Japan. He"Zero was selected Defect Champion" as theDIvision's -
White at Free Canaan Troop
DPe 't B.!: Lee Burrows Mrs. Norman Redding was been active in student politicson for May. I
Pox 104 hostess last Thursday eveningto :Holiness Church. the Hume Hall Council,
V"O!tae: FloridaTHERESSA members of GnannRedding B,. Mr Mary. William Ebenezer Baptst Church, In Raft Race Down SuwanneeNine holding the offices of president The citation said: "The I tiy Advertised Prices

wedding party at a dinner L .. .... ...... Rev. C. Burnett pastor. The and v/ce-preslclent; procedures established by Sgt Total coat of contract la
Y.. .YY... In the Hope Church Education Minister and Deacons Union Boy Scouts from Troop The first four days of the Men's Internal Council Aca- Russell and his Invaluable] as- what you actually pay. Get
Building following re- Chicken Supper will start tonight [Thursday 70 entered the "Heavy River .race were spent swimming, demic Affairs (director of istance to all assigned and the REAL FACTS before.
hearsal. Congratulations and The Hampton baseball team at this church June 2130. The Hog" in the annual Suwannee fishing, exploring, and,: learn- Student Government Review'' lateral units were Instrumen, you sign. Our payment are
S best wishes to Mary Lou and will sponsor a fried chicken public is invited. River raft race last week. Ing how to. navigate the raft. Sessions! and Legislative] tal In effecting a reliable reporting from!( f8 to 913 per month'lc

IiD1I'o&hY "Butch," who were married supper at the City Hall' on New Hope Baptist Church This year, Clay Electric On the fifth day, the rafts Council. He has been a memo system in the monthly s, with and the same down
payment number of
; \ Mills Friday evening at Hope June 29 at 9 p. m. Adults $1 Rev L W. Mosley pastor. Cooperative sponsored con- lined up and raced the last ber of the Men's Glee Club maintenance scheduling meet
tpone 473-4518 Church. and children 80 cents. There The Keys of Cleveland Ohio struction of the raft. and the seven miles to Manatee for three years, and has par- ing," thus eliminating much months bank financing.to pury. No 5 per hidden cent

YY.Y..YYY.TY PERSONALSMrs. will be a game on Saturday will render a singing program Starke Rotary Club. Troop Springs, where a big fish fry ticipated in various capaci- confusion when comparing I charges. Ten top manufao-

P. C. Mabry was in afternoon and Saturday night on July a at 8 p. m. Junior 70 sponsoring organization. was held. ties in church music work. data presented. I Uteri represented.
1i\e\ IiJ.I&I"t Church Green Cove Springs Mondayand out. at the ball diamond. Choir will hold< practice each stocked it with food.A. Personnel of the Game & He is a Ford Foundation: Fellow Sgt. Russell has been In the

Mar School 10 a. In.; Thursday. On FrIday Mr. Everyone please come out Wednesday at 7::30. Prayer W. Kirkland. Harold Fresh Water Fish Commission majoring in psychology, service 15 years, and hails I LOW
"l\l'n1n1f Worship 11 a. m.; and Mrs. Mabry were shop- Saturday night and help. the.. Meeting Thursday at 7:30.: Gay, and Scoutmaster David accompanied the entire. and has been on the Dean's from Jacksonville.
Arntzi Union, 6:30: p. In.; ping in Gainesville and they ball team out. Greater Allen Chapel AME Montgomery assisted Stanley race and each night presented List of the College of Arts OVERHEAD

/1kdi Worship 7:15: p. In.; spent Saturday with her sister Garbage Pick Up Church Rev. L. A. Sampson Gay, Steve Kirkland, Jerry interesting movies and wildlife and Sciences. Creative Arts
I V'itrJe ctjl.Y Evening Prayer and brother-in-law, Mr. A new time has been set to pastor. Sunday School. 10 a. Lee, and other members of programs. Doe It! ,

$4Ue. 7:30: ( p. m.. with choir and Mrs. A. J. Lowry In Jack pick up garbage in town. Mr, m.: Sunday will be observed'': as Troop 70 In construction of' Boys on the raft were: Steve Summer ProgramCreative
'. f tlc following. sonvllle. Sunday guests of the Knight will be around 'tc Missionary Day with a Joint the raft. i' Kirkland. Jerry Lee, Jackie The Owners -

\ f\h'Ii Bible School Mabrys were Mr. and Mrs. every home on Friday after 4 program held at Mt. Zion Zedra. Hamilton. Frank Williams Marr, Mark Hardenbrook, Arts for children Dad annrad-
l! \De Church's j Vacation Bi- Frank Hilton of Jacksonville.Mr. p. m. unless notified. Be sure Church. Lawtey, at 11 a. m. and Ted Oglesby accompanied Donald] Hardenbrook, Michael is now in progress at Starke :Drive The Trucks.

f 't1 l\ svol will close PildayeWu.fl. and Mrs. Stanley Oiesey to put cans out where they Leaders are asked to pleasesee the raft and the Olssy, Alan Montgomery, Elementary School. Those who ALL SIZES ONDISPLAY
( Following the last and children have returned to can be seen.Cemetery the members and make boys on the. first two. days of (mascotl. Buddy Paterson, -_ were in grades 3, 4, 5, arid 6
a1Voiii\ social hour with their home in Miami after a Fund reports to the secretary or the race. Joe Penecost accom- Rnndu.1 Zipperer, and Stanley / this past school year are eligible 8-10-12 WIDES

I gSe: : afld refreshments will visit /with the J. D. Grlf.tlsfamily 'Mrs. Mary Watterson wishes assistant secretary at 0 p. m paned them on the rest of the Gay. for the program. The 1', BATHS
b 1\el at the Theressa COin- Mrs. Rhoda Dampier to express appreciation to trip. group is meeting in the air- /
'\f\I House. and other relatives here. everyone who contributed to yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.NES conditioned wing at Starke AND EXPANDABLES

S"I\I1 I1, Mr. and Mrs. James D. the Santa Fe Cemetery fund Elementary School each
r1tbY\ is extended to Phillips visited their son and and made it possible for it to \ ABOUTSERVtCEMEN morning from 8:30: until 12 LAKE GENEVA'
A'll' !I Doctor, custodian of daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. be cleaned Please drive out COUNTY I"L1 4: J noon.

H Ve tfhurcn.\ and his family Bill\ Phillips, Mlddleburg on and see It. Future donations WITHI. a, Interesting experiences are MOBILE HOME'SALES
lliedeath of his son, Wednesday. from anyone will be appreciated. I. / \ yI planned Including a weekly

.J1k1jy.t "c >In Vietnam.held FuneralWeie Percy Sullivan in returnedto YOUR a; A G E 14 Tr' field trip.If .

Sunday his home Sunday after several PERSONALS enjoy music, art and
.. ,.. you
"..JVr1001J at Camp's Chapel. days in Glendale Hospital. Mrs. Amelia O'Neal of South .... ...... ..... AA4 ), ' play-acting come down and I

14\l\ &U8hts and prayers of Palatka. as the result of a Carolina spent from Thursdaytill join in the fun. One mile S.E. Keystone
W\' cOriUflunlty are with the I virus infection. Tuesday visiting her par. PFC Robert M. Patrick, son I Heights on Route 100.

...A....-- __-- congratulations to w. n-,.. ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams. of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Pat I OPEN SUNDAYS
I Dampler on his recent pro. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur rick of Route 1, Lawtey, is hUBBEll STAMPS j and 1
VGLASS Phone
473-4320
motion to First Lieutenant,. Redding, and Mr and Mrs. serving with the 1st Battalion Pad*.- Bradford County Telegraph .
Special Forces. U. S. Army. Fowler] In Jacksonville.Mrs. 27th Marine Regrt., let/ Marine rb 961-6305. :
()It EVERY PURPOSEMirrors Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivanof F. P. Lott and family Division in Vietnam.

I Palatka visited his parents spent the weekend In Miami As a member of the ibatta- tA _
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sul- with Miss Frances Lott. lion, he 'helps capture\ or destroy -' _

IOt()It EVERY PURPOSE livan, and their son Percy Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Princeof enemy forces by the use BILL
PowELLfJof
Jr. and family, on Sunday. Panama City were recent of weapons fire, tactical maneuvering '
SHEA'S Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Childs visitors of Mrs. Mary Watter and large scale op 1 George .1'.
returned to their home In i erations. His unit Is also pro- -' Ituggins
Lake Worth Saturday after a son.Mrs.. Leola Sculthorpe has gaged in a clvio action pro '
GLASS CO. visit of several days with Mr. returned. to her home in Chesapeake gram designed/ to Assist the

,ft.43I5 372-4351 and Mrs. L. K. ChUds. Va. alter an extended Vietnamese people In completing ] column like this lends: It-I I more dependent on pesticides Nationwide Insurance t 11
Ill" NAT. 4th Floe Friends of Mrs. Clyde Brad visit with Mrs. Mary Watterson. -' 'self-help] projects, such as self to the possibility of varIety than we are on aspirin tablets -1

G..in.>viH* ley will be glad to know that Other visitors over the building\ ; wells, culverts, small in writing. Sometimes Pesticides accounted for only Tells f'

she is making a good recov-I weekend were Mr. and Mrs. bridges, a.schools.. .' I that's good and sometimes It's 7 per cent of the total number Sparks Holds :

I ery following surgery last week i Morris Ezell and daughter of of poisonings reported in 4
Jr. bad.Anyway
PPG A. Craven ,
I at Bradford County Hospitalin Norfolk Va., and Mr. and Raymond being a pretty fair 19S7. Regardless of cause, we 2-Ft. Live
Judged' engines? Starke.Mr. Mrs. Sidney Esell and daughter on of Mrs. Hazel L. Cravenof sort of Methodist, I'm goingto should keep alert to the possibilities -I "HOW TO INSURE A FAMILY'OP 4
Coral
Starke has 'completed a SnakeThis "
and Mrs. Marshall of Macon. Ga.,. Mrs. Mae/ use this. as another means of contacts with FOR
microwave radio equipment $18.56 A MONTH\
.... Strickland of Florahome visited Triest of Waldo, Mr. and repairman course at ,the Army of welcoming our brand new poison products. We hear and two-foot Coral snake

| their daughter Mrs. Per Mrs. Frederick Watterson and Signal School, Fort Monmouth, minister. Rev. DeWitt Fara- read more about this and yet is the fourth Pete Sparks has WITH NEW NATIONWIDE LIFE PLAN"LET'Iit
Sullivan Jr., and family daughters, Mrs. Dot Falling 26-week bee, Jr. Somebody asked mo number of cases have increased -
cy found
the in
iNs J. his
During
: yard at
Sunday. and Buford Mitchell, all of if he was an old man or a each year during the past the old SAY you're 28 and In good health. Your wife Is
he trained in the New River .
course, was Station in the
Mrs. R. M. Hersey Jr. was Starke. Installation' operaUon, and 'repair young man. Well he's pretty four.Try year. He has also past the 26, the children. 8 and 1. You can Insure your life for
in Jacksonville Monday to I, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Birt of of microwave stations and young just. 42. I assume it is going through: your finger on six timber put rattlers $10,000) Whole Life, your wlfe'o for an Initial amount of

I bring her son. Mark home St. Petersburg spent the week transportable' ] radio equipment. all right to tell age becausehe medicine cabinets and other around his house. I W 1,000 anil earn of the children for ll.OOO (new 'babies are

after a visit Sunday and Monday end wth his mother Mrs. announced it last Sunday storage places and see how I Sparks, who moved to New rovrreri automatically after 15 days at no extra coot) with
with relatives there. Maggie Birt. CJ of from the pulpit] When you many products have been Nationwlde'ti
son
I. Pvt. Donald tty River to retire two. :rears now Family Plan. Total monthly premium:
PfM ago
Motor Oils keep en- Local National Guardsmen Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Allenof D. H. Chitty.' of Stao-ke. Is Undergoing tell) something to about 175 there several years, or how says the area Is $18.56.
Ae clean cut wear, help returning to their homes Sunday Santa Barbara Calif are recruit training at the people, you know It has been many products you cannot snake infested than not more

engines last tongec. i after the annual two week visiting her parents, Mr. and Marine Corps Recruit De'pOt, told and will spread. We also even read the label, or the in Bradford County.most places That'll only $1.72 n month) more than you'd pay for a tJ-

1Ii1DARCl encampment at Camp Bland- Mrs. D. W. Johnson. I Parria Island, S. C.'whlle thre, welcome his wife three girls bottle Is so dusty you can't a herpetologist] his Being $10,000 policy on yourself alone.
OIL ing were Sidney Grtflis Sr. Mr. and Mrs JR. O. Copeland he will receive eight' weeks of and one boy. identify the contents. YOU trained to see snakes.eyes are
.... Sidney Grlffis Jr. George of Valdosta Ga. spent. several physical conditioning and development In losing Rev. Ragsdale] and MIGHT BE SURPRISED. I How come? It cant* Nationwide lent to handle one policy

Payne Merle Packham Jr. and days last week with Mr. and training in rifle his wife Bradford County "Never, Sparks said, when Hum.. a bunch of them. We paw the Having on to you.
Your
\H Standard OH Percy Sullivan Jr. Mrs. Lynn Hall. marksmanship and other skills made a net gain In populationof Popular 2-In-l asked if he'd ever been bitten Call now uboiit the Family Plan
MAN IN STARKE I Stevie Hall spent Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Don McMa which he must master to !be a four. You will enjoy Brad- in his 40 years of snake handling -,

J{. G. DUNCAN I with his aunt and uncle. Rev. hone and> sons, Donnie and Marine. ford County.' will make sure License AvailableTo "A good driver doesn't BILL POWELL

964-5132 I and Mrs. Merle Packham. Marty, of Haughton, La. 'are you -visit more than Just. Inside Sportsmen Now brag" about his accidents, does
I Miss Cheryl Orlffis was the visiting her mother Mrs. Staff Sgt. Charles B. Payne, the Starke city limits. he? The snake handling has Phone 964-6164 NATIONWIDE

'VnAAl( Company" (lncJnKyJ!' )[ guest for several days recentlyof Mary Watterson and other relatives son of George H. Payne Sr., of We have friendly people and Florida sportsmen can double been sandwiched around 32 V4 401 I W. Madison St. "'
at her ; also Barbara McMa Hampton 'has helped the 747th our farmers grow a variety of their pleasure and douole _
bVM'Ij'p&_____:_ Miss Karen Breeden hon Is visiting here with Aircraft Control &: Warning good foods. Even Baptist their fun when their llicn.se I I -_______________ 11.80 Starke Fla.

-v--- them.; On Tuesday Mrs. Wat- Squadron at Ellington' Air farmers like for Methodiststo purchase is the "two In one". Non-resident 5-dny fishing I The Man from Nationwide is on Your Side
Shop At Griffis Store terson Joined them for several Force Base, Texas ear*' tile be well fed. The popular "'two In one" la ------- -------- 225
days visit in Ft. Myers with Aerospace Defense Command This may not be Poison the combination hunting and Children under 15 and resi Nationwide Mutual Fire Insurance Co.

k. _..:Where! : Quality Is Always Guaranteed" Don's mother, Mrs. McMahon. "A" Award. Prevention Week but. poison fishing license now on sale at dents over the age of 65 are Nationwide Life Insurance Co.
.M This highest unit award was the office of all exempt from license
prevention should be Import- County Judges requirements : Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co.
for maintaining a high degree except: when
won and their authorized license hunting
ant to us 52 weeks during the Home Office: Columbus Ohio
I effectiveness on wildlife I
of operational
agents. management areas.
Colored Citizens year. Hospitals] and State
[ and combat readiness during Board of Health reported 6- According to W. B. Cope. _ -
New a two-year 'period. and, Chairman, Game and -
055cases of during
I Sgt. Payne a radar technician poisoning Fresh Water Fish. Commission\
when
1967. This is too many
and other squadron personnel the
1968-69
new license In not
I cited we know that a great numberof
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY I II RECREATION NEWS were teamwork especially In providing these resulted from pure required until June 30; how- !
I for their I ever, they will be 'honored by 11w
Bantam and carelessness by somebody.
Pony League information for effectiveair
: wlldJifu .
< officei-i) HtitiUng June
g&SKET STEW 3 Ibs. $1 I Baseball will be played' Mon defense as members of the Poisoning should be on our 14. '
day and Tuesday, with the force guarding the minds especially when this
aerospace
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;ACON Ib I championship game set for nation. was an' Increase of 355 cases Copeland said, uylng a ''i.,it'.
39c Wednesday July 3. The reported In 1966. Poisoning license now may prevent em- *

champs of each division will Speeialist-4 Robert C. Moore., should be on our minds, especially 'bllrrll8>lment atJ.. later date .
'
gjCNICS lb. 35c play the All-Stars, made up 'son. of Mr. and Mrs. William when we are told that when a sportsman may decideon S 'f'

I of the last three teams in F. Moore, of Lawtey. was recently 3.400 of these cases Involve a sudden trip" and find he 'i '! .

1tJD: HOTS 3 Ibs. $1.00 each dvislon. Time 4:30.: assigned to the 519th children under the ages of has License no license.foes are: 23 MODELSToChooseFrom ,
-- AU boys 13-17, who are Transportaion Battalion five. Poisoning should be on ,
Heal dent statewide combination -
WfclNERS: 3 Ibs. '$1 planning to go out for the (Truck) in Korat, Thailand. our minds especially when we hunting and finning,

Reno Recreation Basketball. Specialist Moore's last assignment are.wJIJ that Gaper cent of ___ __ H. _________ $IO.r.O
I Team. are notified that there before arriving over these 6.055 cases were the result -
HAMBURGER HeHldt-iit!
HtatewUlihunting
lb. 49c
Hood Texas. 'of Internal external
,
will be an Instructional bas seas waa at Fort and
r- -- ?_ _____ ___ __. 760;
ketball session starting August Ho entered "the Army In April medicines! and that little as-
UND STEAK lb. 89c I 5 through 19th. These sessions 1967 and 'completed basic prln tablets accounted for 20 Resident statewide fishing
.___ .___________ 300Tlexldunt )
will consist of ball control, training at Fort Benning. Oa. per cent. This Is certainly

frO1'ENESTEAK lb. 89c dribbling rule of the game, He la a 1963 graduate of Bradford caJ'&lelMless'! on the part of __ .____ _county_________hunting 200 You Meet The/ Nicest People On A HondaStreit's
I exercises. shooting free throws, High School, and attend Mama and Papa. The next Resident hunting other than

tUCK\ STEAK lb. 59c I plays and skull practice. This ed the University of Florida. I highest was household preparations home county______ 4.50WildJlfe
program is designed to get like cleaners, turpentine Management Area,
boys ready for the upcoming Opt. John B. Wells son of etc. and this was IS percent
Stamp____________ 500
STEAK lb. 79c basketball season. Mra. Bena Wells of Kingsley .. The 'poisoning we hearso Wildlife Management Area
You register at the Re- Lake, and Opl.) Walter J. Seymour much criticism about has
may
I Ito Stamp (Hunter under 15)
\\RkEY) WINGS lb. 29c no Recreation Center starting son of Mr. and Mrs. do with pesticides. You I Honda
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_w July] 8 from 4 to 6:30: p. m. Fred Seymour of Keystone hear about some person getting Hunting on !licenced hunting

ALi MEAT STEW lb. 69c dally. Heights, are serving with the- ; over exposed to parathion preserves only_____ 5.50
2nd Battalion, 9th Marine Regiment
NOTICE! and it makes big news for Nonresident annual hunting
'
in Vietnam.In
The Ways and< Means Com I ipwspapers. radio and televls- ----______________ 26.50
GRIFFIS STORE mittee of Dell Chapter OES addition to fighting enemy Ion. I believe! that we are Non-resident annual fishing
818 W. University Ave. Gainesville .
168 will meet at 8 p. m Tues forces. their unit Is also engaged __________________ 800 -
SAM GRIFFIS day at the home of the chair In a. civic action program Non-resident 14-day fishing
625 East Brownie' II man, Mrs. Sarah Prince. All designed to assist the Vietnamese through the Marine Corps Reserve 3.25 Phone 376-2637
Interested member are asked I people with equipmentand CMc Action Fund.' Noil-resident; 10-day: hunting/J
material made available .








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1,,, ,e'Two w P.ge.Fear nllADFOlID rmrnrr TEIJCffA1U.!: rrrAim.in.:! -Fionnur .' flrmmsn/vY/ JUNE 27. IDSS

51.819, Dixie $204, Gilchrlst' Meikeljohn said that pant experience -I [ ncnlnat you In the above-named tonal County T le"raph. thereon. The certificate numbersand certificate shall be Tvleenradai "'
1 $52 Lafayette $59 Putnam Indicates that tha In The Court and cause. and you are thla: 12th day of June., rears of Issuance, the des I to law the property,
I Nnmll Claims Court O' required to serve a of 1U68. In such tertlllcate
,. .. copy your crlptlon" of the property and dewrlbed
VOICE- of ,theSPORTSMAN I 2,575, Union $316 and Suwan- number of packages of clgarettw -I I ".."IJ-iilS': .d: luuBtr: Klnrlila" CnseN. : ; anxwrr o'.r: pleading: to the complaint Dolores. C. Dampler the niunei In which It wa assseeeed certificates will be Hold to thehighest .
the'Plaintiff' CharlesA Clerk of Small udder at the court housedoor
nee 370. ) Claim Court are as follows:
IncrenAe.
sold will gradually -I ChitrlcH ,A. DttVljHon, rimitn Davidson and file. the orln-" Bradford. County Florida. .Certiorate No.8. 'Year of Issuance on the first Monday Iin
Local towns will 'share: In the over tho coming months, 1 Plaintiff Ht>x 31 Lawtcy Fliirirta. I Inn, I with thin Court on. or l before 6/13 4t 7-4 U66.D""prlptlon!) Month of July, 11168. which. : lathe
,, VH HHnilil Ilnrtel the tRtli day at July. ItflU; j of Property NR'i 1st day of July 1962.Dated .
By cigarette tax as follows: ''but It will probably take six Pofi-ndiint.who iPHldunie. In unknown, thprwln the allegations. of Maid N..tl.<-. Of Auiillnntlun- For Tni, of NllVi of NICI4! Sec 31, T-5-S this 23 day of May.
lrt t11 Starke $7,606, Keystone 'I ('om lHlnt will lie taken an ionfeiiHed H-21-12. .
Heights $1,501, Brooker $408 months for tho per capita con-I.NO'lli'M:" Ilarnlil TO APPKAHTO Hartel, incnt will bv you,he entered.and default for the Jucl. ", S.... 1O-I.1U.ltd F. !N. Name In which assessed C. H.R"nta. its(SISAL(* )
whniia r"- ru- .
Mike'Cllitty Hanrrton $215, and Lawtpy sumption to reach and pr. s old. nld..niIH Unknown: I Ih.f'Iundo"' by plaintiff. Notice. In HurM.y liven that Charles A. Darhy
) 475.2171 You Air Kuyene Illoodworth the All of said property being" In Clerk nf Clrrult Court of Bradford -
Phone lire
hereby
I notified lost
: Thin notli'o shall
N I II he publlithtil
; $748. I holder of the following <'ertlflcate In the
t levels County of Bradford County
a cull for dmniiKi" nprnmlMHurv I nnte each weok for Florida6Ji
\ I mum four
I note ,hm, t.prn fn,.i1 ninm-f( .ntlviw....k. In the BrFid- him filed. nald pvrtlfloatvxfor State of Florida. 4t 6-S7
.....-'M!' ._a.'IiIIOIiI' -- n tnx deed to be lumind ..l::!nlewy such certlflonte or
I
'. 4DoVdy ho. Sportsmen -' caught Saturday, the largestone : t "I a
6re'e'newa; for.you from the'Tolttngreporter. 10 'UM. and 4 Saturday i, \ i : i : STOCK UP EARLY..WE Will Bt
'! Good newsboys the largest weighing 7 Ibs. 4' L
; r=the llsh are striking Alan and Bennie Buckner of ) \ /J / goon CLOSED JULY 4th
flies again:>'at Mast around 'Hou ton. Texas went out Fat, ?
our place.' I )Have\ really beenTilavlnft while Monday and caught 6
a time catching small bass In ,2H hours. Alan got (
'fkMdlum, and some large"Bfeata two at one' time. They wereblt.ln'g ky T.RiTh -
on my fly rod with. aem.a1f all sorts of artificial _
fly. 'Nearly every time lures.We
*, hits'the' water they strike have had several good a rya
at. It. If I could land half ofthem reports of good catches being;
I woy Id have all,thebant1colildeat made in Watermelon Fond. tt t tR
''-c and give to Some of them were caught TO-12 LB.SIZE. SAVE, 20c LB. I ITt
the neighbors too. Hore's a lit waging This lake Is between -
Ue 'tiP. don't be fooled like I Archer and Bronson: and is a t I -r
favorite camping place for ; il 4 4 : $ ::0 jdNeS
waft by "the "price of files. I : +
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iftaveiaomo' ) ; that cost T5c each lots of people. My mother and I
which they will not hit. The her family used to camp there & __
ions" I am cntchin them on when she was younn. They '
;{fbst'the! :whple sum of 5 cents. used to put out a trotllne and t I
,ft_wetdd.probably' ,, be ,al goodfdcK'to.ffet catch softs-hell turtles while
!> oty. yaur: fly equipment they were fishing and have ,;fE
> ;,and try ,them out. nice fried turtle. When they : _
1 According to Batty OrtffinOf used to camp there were no .. .
,Griffina Lodge [east shore mosquitoes around' which Is .; .:. '"
>qf.Santa FeJ] the shellcrackers unusual. '" ', /I
:are on the sandbars now and It seems as If no one '' I". f .
thought to ,turn in their fish ..!..
''IttUng .real early In the morn- .. \\J .
r rfri and 'late In the evening. catches this week so that Is ,
.t1'bey( should ,go on the bed all of the 'news for now. Until :'
the next week get.out and catch MEAT .t' JUMBO CALIFORNIA
'again on new moon or ,
some of these bream. 'fr7' FANCY GOLDEN RIPE
bit-/hg' ( U.S. CHOICE BEEF CHUCK
( .C AN T AST.EAKS..LB I
tot' the sottoollng bass which Cigarette TaxCollections (USDA ,58 ,
are biting all day when you DownState CHOICE] : BANANAS
*can find them.The 'baas were U.S. CHOICE FULL CUT ROUND -
.LOU'PI'S rqualify
ibltlnff: good until Saturday cigarette tax collections I r ;

,according. to Roy. They this year were compared down during to the April name These two shIelds STEAKS............. ,LIl 98J.. -_ -Q ..' ,, .

STflRKEBUSINESS' month last year as the new ore all you U.S. CHOICE BONELESS SHOULDER 3 / :. .. 1 0 C

: cigarette taxes went into ef- S TEA KS. 9 8 8 9 C LB
fect, according to Don E. Melk- ... II
runt ouuu inuK>uiiT IH U wtor >i>Ar, JUNI37lhIUlY e6ouf beef. ....... ... IB i
FOR
; eljohn director of the State )tl,OUJNTITY HIODIS MSEIVED ,

Beverage Department.In h .
a report Meikeljohn said ,.. ", -.r-$1 -
DIDECJORY said total tax distribution to PANTRY PRIDESEMIBONELESS : .. < -, .. ;. -
cities March from \ \ : / / / a : ...
during cigarettes \ \ I / .
was up about $1 million SAVE 404.LEAN FRESH V\ :
Atrro :SERVICE I 3T'CfIL '

,'Gilbert S. Brown as up brokers before the apparently new taxes stocked went HAMS GROUND BEEF...:.......... 5.1.99 \ y '
'Into effect. He said March SAVt 1' "" : '
104.AIALEA.lAIN FRANK FITS THE BUN / : .<*?
'fttaadarfl Oil Service Station was a record high month under NO SKIN.NO FAT.NO WASTE : .& ; :;,..l "
..-a ,- .. ATLAS the old rate and April will BIG 8 FRANKS........-................ ?'pKG"S .,,.S:;' y-,M :. r
.TTRE8: '& BATTERIES' be record low under ,, .'i/-" /
probably a LINKS LUSCIOUS I
h SAVE ?0<.PURE PORK COUNTRY STYLE.SMALL "' '/ ; "
Motet Tenm Road Service the new rate. 9 /i.""". ;: : ,
8 .. -
"401* N.rhoDe Temple W4-7071 Total collections during April LB SMOKED SAUSAGE................._. L.8 69* 7!1 -; ; f : GEORGIA *\, {,"
Stark 1
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were 8318162. Of this SAVE DANDlE BRAND POTATO OR e ,t, jI.
r' amount $3,415,710 'will be din AZALEA BRAND ORHORMEL e "
HURST'SSHELL trlbuted among states citle. CURE 81 MACARONI SALAD.........,_....lSn tup 39 YOUNG i
375.991 will (be returned to SAVE 30<. KRAFTS FANCY
Service Station counties and the remaining $4,' BONELESSALL : P E AC H E 5
i VELVEETA CHEESE 99
Gee .. Otto. Lubrication 026,481 fund.'Amounts' goes. to the state general : SAVE OCEAN ............. IIUOA' YELLOW :

Goodyear Tires &: Batterle HAMS
for area counties Rc'.fHFrfL.
Ml BOAD and 100 SERVICE- StarkeI are: Alachua $1,837; Bradford .................., t..ox$1.49 ONIONS '
$368 Clay $1,436, Columbia' MEAT NO WASTE SAVE 40' FLASH fROIEN :

.I OCEAN i SHRIMP?........................18 PKo69* :
$129 : SAVE-.OREENOELL< 3 .. 2 29 c

GAINESVILLE ; BEEF CUBE STEAKS 21,2, LI lOX $1.69 LB BAG 39 c i LBS -

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HUTO 'SALES MEN'S WEAR FAIR -.-.'"

X BRASINGTON STAG 'N DRAGS ....

.:OADIIXAO-oLDSMOBILE] ,, ? ,;v ,.. r ,;'<.
i SALES A SERVICE Stanley Blacker Coats
Arrow Drem Shirts!
,Inae BelecUoo of Used Ou LIBBY'SDRINKS
Puritan Sweaters
k eaOn CadlUm Trade .
jtfJOl N.W; 18th Ph.: 878-8301' Peters Jackets t
Ladles Sportswear CHARCOAL 1 1

: CRANE :2 Storm IS W. University
UNtOOUr-HEKCtTRT and Gainesville Mall : ;;
*AvUiorfaed Bale ft Service 0 -
3201: '!N.:'Main .- PH.: S72-4373' e BRIQUETS2O 1
11 MOBILE HOMES FROZEN LEMONADE, LIMEADE
_1A 0 M
Crane Imports OR ASST FRUIT DRINKS _

-r "Tolro MO Austin Beale; MUSTANG _
ifcO E. University. Gainesville 6or _
w Phone 372-4251_ Mobile Homes, Inc. / LBBAG
\i-CAN t'
Ba.ty Academy GaI-uJe' Discount I Mobile

*: POWELL'SBeauty NEW Horns MOON Bodes- pAPKLLA Lot. SAVE UP TO 21 f /7/8 -


L Academy As lonv BJ. $100 down. \ I
Leana ProfoMlon In Tour 48ZO N.W. 13th 878-1346 ..cHELLMANN'S:: -J = PURE .IIMIT-Y wrr r*s.oaOK
1lpez. Time.. Full or Part Time MORt ORDI* ak
,II 218! N.W. 10th 878-2768 I < .

JTLECTR1C: MOTORS Office Equipment c: -k MAYONNAISE' \ ALL VEGETABLE 4"W

? ''''ELECTRIC Hancock OfficeEquipment I / ,.. ,

-..Motor Repair Co. > OOKINGOIL
Of CMaewrtaa, r.... /
eb\eU
?4 RepairingRewindingNew Smith-Corona: Auth. Dealer \ 32oz JAR \ ;
',,' and Ucedtlt aaryVlotoeJrotama.adtng .
: N.W. 16th Ph.: 878-83111" .... Machines, Calculator I ; 4 c: 48oz BOTTLE
'\: A6' \ ..
LIMIT-l I WITH 5.00 :

Farm>!: and Indll8trlalIqulpmelt A28 S-8ERVIClC-RmNTALa N.! Main. -- Ph. 376-9551 OR MORE ORDER ._.. _" / LIMITWITH 5.00 Y'sd 69c _;:1

/ OR MORE ORDER
:-ISonta Fe Tractor, .

Tarn< Tractor FORD' A Implement PAINT & GLASS BANQUET FROZEN : 4oz CANS LYKES VIENNA ; I

-.UUES{ USED- EQUIPMENT PART SERVICE) Liddell Glass Paint &: CR EAM SAUSAGE .5/$1 I SEA : YOUR CHOICEIIMIT1! :I COFFEE WITH' 500J

4 4488 N.W. 6th :S:"6-2M8 Co. .:. / FOOD ORDERPIES1'10AllON

:GARDEN SUPPLIES GIaM.MJrrors SUfflitr Door- JUNE BOY FRESH KOSHER DILI6oz ,


f'rjohnson. 8EEDsrlAN'I'8rUdtIPet'SuppUei Complete& Paris Line of-, Inc. Tub Furniture Enclosures-Shower Windows-Awn Tops-Windows Doom AND I C o F 'F E E


116
N. W. 16th 872-8191 > SICI
JAR KRAFT
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FERTILIZERSWe 4/$1
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:.224'- N.Rent{{'. Fertlllzar 8th -: Ph.Spreader.872-0478)< SEWING MACHINESNational MUSTARD..9 7 MAXWELL
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7HOUS!
LADIES WEAR Sewing ] HOUSE I' 58
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46ox '
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Cherry'sCinesville's Machine Co., 'Inc. ARRID -I "

Most F&thIOoabliAddress PfaffNew HomeNelco : ,

I',,)DRESSESSVPTt3OOATBLIATERNITV For Ladle.<< Used and Repossessed' EXTRA DRY SPRAYDEODORANT .......... ....... J) : ra:. -i FOODFAIR

a WEABAOCESSOHIES Sales-Repairs All Mikes 100 COUNT FONDA 9" WHITE PAPER C 3 : \,COFFEE: .. I M .
r : 4ox $
Two Bforfji: 7 University Av. 611 W. iTeiversity A7K-ISM CANS 97 PLATES 'tiJ'5J. 1 Ib can

I,. and OalRf'Rvlllfall! I j ............................. I 2oz TUBE.SAVE. i

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L. Wainwright, Court costs of $6.50.
j Henry Harris, failure to
Honored By Social I yield right-of-way and causing

an accident, fined $8.50 court
i Science SocietyThe
; yl $ a I costj. ;
f '
George Spurlln, failure to
-Florida State TJnlmaly -
chapter of Delta Tau hove vehicle under control'and' "

/ '1 Itlf' #alt wV Kappa, international social court causing costs an of accident$6.60. fined 25'0 .1 ii-"i' a
science honor society: has announced :
r Webster White, failure to
9t'e: the admission! to hon-
11 6ir orary membership of Louie have vehicle under control, forfeited ,
$27.50 bond.
L. Wainwright director of
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the Florida Division of Cor
fi rections. Young Men AskedTo ;
| I.
r ) f f In recent 'issm.mm'
/ a ceremony In Apply For. m.I ,
Tallahassee, Wainwright a
native of Bradford: : Countywas '- Service: AcademiesYoung .1

present: with a plaque i icltlnj i

his "dlstnu'shed! : work;i men Interested In IS OFFERED IN CONJUNCTION WITH
', r In fns fMJ of sclal! sc'en-e."' 'appointments b one of the
Wainwright has administered hatlon's three service acade THE CHAMBER[ OF COMMERCE;

the State Cirrec'lonal: program mies were urges this week by f f
"" ... r ta
since 1962. Prior ts: this wxin n c i Fuqua :

p-st,. he received mare: than make early appl1;..Uon. el MONTH

I At s. 17 veers x"'el"en' p In i law 1. ". Cjn/ress Is / $
enforcement and cwertlonal allowed to: make ippointmen's) 1 1 '

work as a police officer, and to Annapolis West PoInt
'hs'.ltt-tlonal: sn-erlntendent. ..: l-ioa Acaierny:

He rePl-e,1: : s-ectal'xod' t aln- In January. I
Iti'? cit t the Fejcral Penltentary Each applicant Is given '1\

In Atlanta, Qa. and earned:! a (I'"svv-'il. examination at the

Certificate+ In corrections: from nearest( military Installation
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F3TT. t- v- -, n -tain! he can Qual- Juckson Building Supply
.L' ,,
'l Walnwrlvht Is an advocateof ify physically and will be al- ,
fit rt ;
p 't I Itt examir.a'.ion! :
the rehabilitative concept: towed to take an : : I

'in* believes that the best potential given by the Civil Service I ()p STARKE; FLA., INC.
Commission to qualify acade
on an Individual cane
i ia manifested through activ- mically. High school recordsI Behind Big Dad :
ity In constructive wo-k, education I I of leadership and scholarship I :
t and orofesslonal! men- also are a factor: in making I .
tal and medical treatment i! appointments I Call Us 864.6073N Today for Lowest Prices on All

He Is active In many correc- Congressman Fuq 'a said I 1

t.nn:( al i associations and com that he wanted every young )I I Types of NEW Building Materials

( mittees, on both local and man In the district who Is Interested .' .
In an appointment to' .
national. leve'u:)
r Have the to be And Treated Pine Cedar Fir !
4v J opportunity Regular Moulding Plywood -
yT" y y AJ YOR'S COURTMnyor'Carl considered. and urged that, t
trey write to him immediately Roofing Hardware Electrical Makes U.s Your Building Supply

F. ,t Hurst heard 10 I for the necessary application Headquarters And Save Money.
cases In Starke Mayor's-Couil form. I
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Interested write
ieHday\ night: 1 Those may -

: iRubcit Uunn-i'je! ]], disturbingthe the Congressman::: at Room 315, ,
t fl cry peace'! furfuited' : bond of r''n..n. House: Office Build-
$37.50. I ins, Washington D. C. 20515.

.Michael Wales, .turbng: .., ."... .
r'.4 1 K21 the peace fined $O.CO(; ('Olll.tl I 110TAIIY INSTALLATIONSET
costs. FOIl FRIDAY

Hilda Wales, disturbing' : the I New officers of the Starke
peace, fined:! $3.50 court costs. Rotary Club will be Installedat
William a Ladles Night dinner to
i Peeples, wilful and
wanton recklesi driving: forfeited be held In the Starke Golf & I

bond of 2750. Country Club Friday night at p
James White, voluntary Intoxication 7i30.: The regular meeting of .Mu v 4
the club was not :.eld Wed
forfeited bond of
Honor Society .Members I$27.50. nesday

Jeff Raise voluntary Intoxi-
I cation, forfeited (bond of $37.50. ADD MACHINE ROLLS
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Member. of National Junior Honor. !Siirirty' named. Yoiinghlootl. T.niL Stone, Linn Pond Kay Itaiightry llerlie Dewayne Jordan, failure to File Folders complete line office .
I have vehicle under control and The Telegraph.
supplies.
Just. prior to school's closing, from Itruilfurd :Middle School; Green. now 6-Jnnlne Jay, Mary Jane Geiger, Donna N'IKat.hy lHOII -
causing an accident, fined PIt 9646305. I-1 r
are: Faulkner. I ...
First row ((1-r). Jan Brown, Becky Jwkson' MikeVhl4e, Row 7-Jlmmy Outlaw, Alike Glssy Kanny McKinney '

President Janice Standl. now 2-GalI Hatcher, Karen Hut Joan Illnnon Lynn Walker, Judy Young:, Seleetu. Hull.Kow Now Dohn Rex Rotary Spirit Duplicator \
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ching. Beverly Strunk Ann Cox, Ann Iluynen. Cindy .Mlt- 8-fJray Flynn Brad Carter ]Mike King lUohard Serving Florida

()bell Row 3- Peggy Clayton. Ue'bhle' Thomas. Marie Authrle Kirkland Vlckl" Henry Stella Cowtellu.. Row 9-Carl Klhenl, Since 1950 il' is ,

Debbie Kersey Pam Inklelmrger unit :\11''''. Carolyn Steve Matlngly. Hal Edwards, Steve )
Ilimvrr. sponsor.Row I
4-Vlrky\ Tanner Connie (Oiasteen Cheryl Phillips A student must earn a 'U' average In each subject ...... ... -- ..........

Uotlln( Underbill, Tent Inkleburxer./; How 5- ;;ands to be eligible for. the Honor. Society.7P8 ; ) Si 'W:

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In The. clr: ",nlt. Court of TlieKltfMh Mrs. Carolyn Cordially .
: ...JiulU'liil. ,' OfKlorliln '. '"
la Anil Fur llrndfurdfoil Eaves i

.' illy."tuth.", I Representative MJ Welcomes

1\f. Kalbunoh, Plaintiff!
Ph. 964-5812 You and Your
VB Jamil. M. Kulbunuh. UefunUNOTIOR .
Ifere t .L 'e tLI out OF SUIT 122 N. Bay St. Family to Your for business ;'

TO: Jamil M. KalbunuhI Starke New Home open "
@ U. )tux 8041Unlvernlty I
I of TnnnenHee.
i ROV3liU Knoxville, TOmiBHKIH ,
You Am Hereby Minified that The State of FloridaIt "
an action fur divorce HUH been Who says an eNlclb? '.i.. ...oprca'orhas Available In born hand and

:; filed required, aKiilnat to serve you a und copy you of your are' Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome and to be rvesore, ?Not {ohn. electric models. fiom, $215 plus .
written, UefenHHH If any tuI\ The front 'ana back trays of the F.E.T. i .
To Acquaint You With Your City.If .
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PORTABLE TYPEWRITER nn KiiRf'ne 1"\ Show Attorney
for. i'laintlff whose. uddi'HHH' IflM3 R.II 1 Spirit Duplicator close Into In -.
For free trial .
a
Went Call Street, Starke com ,
Florida. and flit the originalwith I i you are new in the area, a phone a handsome compact' !:, dustproof' phon. or lend this coupon .
the Ctark of the above case. "
r :: IF stylfff 5, IttUf] )Court: otherwise.on or a boforo judgment. July I call)) will bring you a prompt visit ; In performance, ,lie R-1 1I 1 has;

I may ho entered nan btxt you forth mechanical features 'that make

;w my8It ( I ,*; roller or 1'etltlon.WltlHHH dMmtimlciJ.., In the, Complaint from your local hostess. Please give for clean, quick. Inexpensive Electric + / .
I I lilY h"11.1 and I 111'HUH* copies. Patented wick distributes '... f .
of said.I Court June 4. 111! I)a. and
a on her a call I She has maps many
.SKAL( ) fluid where" :! no flooding. :
,9'd Churl. A. !>art vatic
>y An
x All Clerk or .Said Court free and wonderful gifts for you master clamp
r e Hy Ufciiluli al. Moody from local businesses. makes as easy to Insert a master $29950Hand
As L)> !|iuty Clark6t1
4t 0-27 unit In this Bohn Duplicator as

,,. aewrwit, -- -. to feed a sheet of paper into a'typVwfl .
)\O"'I'N: TO UKKKMIn : ; <
>ertfOftly"on: % controlknob )
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Clrrult .'....rt. IBruilfonlluuitfy.
a h a I O s 4 sIt runs'the machine. No -
fr'l.irlilut In Chnuvvry '1 ..
does so much, a # a abut Judy Cllix-; Ann\..rjrirriii. aril 'Vnlkor.! complications 'v i* : /-4
VLL[ ( ) '
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cost so little r + eCOn901e i 1'lnliitirr feniliint.NOTU'M" ;. TO VH Robert APPKAIt. Walker JJa- ] : : $' b

To. ; Mr Koliei-t. Walker, 7S7I 215The ; ,
I East UnlverHlly AVUIIIIM fJaluijHvtlle. -
!! I ,l'la.
q9 I VDII anhnreby" notified,. that H" '"
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a snit for divorce. tutu Leanriled .' ". "

Casa iiaiiH'd'uurt" nKaltiHt' and you, cause, In the and above you .. "
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ore ,ruqulrnd. to rnirv a <|iy .of $ :;.. .' ,
pleadlnK to tha .
your" aiiHwur or" : .
I.: ,.
oinulalnt' on the 1'lalnllff'H At- i)50) r' : : L
Bugged" J lion. Geo-rij 1 11. Plurtu. '
.. ..VLJjhl i 20.1-:'Kr.J)! North Tuiinile! : Avenue I .
r- Starku.!: Florida and. file the ?
f rjMm orlKlnul. In 'the office of the. J W\ !
IS' i "i'l"'rk of the rireult Court on orbafore :
Lho 8th day of July. .I .
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dpH'l.ell, MIHX I! ; otherwise the all\"RUtlonaof TELEGRAPH Is Proud To..Ah-
xald Complaint" will be taken. .
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confemiod by I C j\\I.I.N "
ax you. :: : :
Tlila notice shall .be pulillflhed
once each. week. for four conimcutlVM { flounce A New Dealership1heofls; *
wnPkH In the Bradford ,

With many important.f eaturesof Royal office typewriters! County I9I1H.'i.sl.AI.lialvd Telegraph.thiN. luth day. of June :T "J- !:[ ':': I EI4IZTRIOe 1 i plete Line of BOHN 'REX- ROTARY.* jf i- ;


Full-size keyboard Charles A. Darby ;
.. : of 'lreult Court Spirit 'Duplicator An.d. MimeographMachines ;
Jerk tun l ,
.i\IIIIING; I .
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Pleasant light Royal "touch" By H"ulah M. Moody Deputy : f
C1"rk-! J' .
8/13 4t 7-' 41"j1': !J .. And Supplies. We Service
Wide writing line "aU1l.A.III I

:* Roll 'n' Ready Paper Feed Cuuutr""'" ..,"..VlorldnIn -.'.. Court Of i .-.ht/..."*"" ........ _.,.:..'....,..'f.:..... ,, 1I Them Too. .

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I'ruhtite %'" t-la
Quick-Set e
margins ,
!In. Hf Mutate: of Isabel Mary
Ji Retractable Fernandez. Sampson, alno known i versatile., all-purpoia adding machln."d lgn.d
f M suppor'1If Ueveaned.Notice .
LtY. paper 'u IxubH I' HlmnHon. for years of dependabl. trouble-free performance..This
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t ',s;..' 2-color ribbonGuaranteed All pcrHonn or ProbateTr Interested I', compact 10-Key Champion List 7 columns and. total
ThlOHtute I Of Said. Iieeedent: a ((999,999.99)). Electric operation makes flgurework
for 5 years You are hereby notirifd thata fast. and effortle. .
written Instrument dated. October -
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X. 19111.! purporting to be : FREt DEMONSTRA'T10t1.Come.
5-YEAR GUARANTEE. Royal Typewriter Company Inc. guarantees the I.uet Will and Tcntament admitted of .
ban been -
Huld decedent
replacement at no charge other than labor and shipping In thin Court

of any) defective part (except rubber parts ribbons, orpertS within Von t'> urn nix probate hereby calendar commanded month IJA I).lPEIATEV) ; "i"d i.i{,:. In..or Call.Bradford.
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damaged by accident or misuse) within five years of from" the ,date of thn first pub- r I
purchase. No labor charge within' first 60 days. Guarantee) lluiitlun' or this norliut to appear '
cover only the,'original purchaser. In Hill' Court and show. eaima. lliL"I.I'N : I
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why the action
If nr auv this you Court,earl In, .admitting said AOOINC3'MACHIN S' S ht'f' ... "

'top in. See it. Try it. You'll love the spirited new Royalttet Will to. probate,I. Hhould not BlandUlirevoked. AS LOW : 1;! ; .- "'
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/.. Ocorsr-I. Patten AS"S'.J"SO : .8" "
Circuit .Indue, .\,-ting An Couniv -
Judge 1 of iradford. County. ... .
Line of Electric Portables Florida, -
Also Full nolliH V I Knight: County Telegraph
.. Ktarke. Florida .,,1'
Attorney For Execllt"r ,
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Auction )8 Page Six: BRADFORD COUNTY TEUCflRAPn., STARKH.! FLORIDA 'TUPR'S'D'AY. JUNE- 27, 19611
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the eventual winner The sea2 but as things stand now it 0-1' In September. Safety: ,,)Jnt'pectrons i-:':,MJMO iTJN: it11L9, and "*.

son was scheduled to end July may be August 2. Gov. Kirk Letter Asks Speed Up will. be;required, each. ,'t thi.,ilcftUnf' machine and
.. Bradford County
I RECREATION NEWSCONNER lxth-. month-. .,thereafter' .. ,: Tetegtapt.ppu. --. '

11, ,.
''M- nlM 1 -.;...-0.,
In Inspection Station, Operation '
INSURANCE dy Crews hit a grand slam NEED'REAOY': CASH
LEADS 2ND HALF PLAYIN I home run to pace the Barbers ;

WOMEN'S LOOP |I to( victory. Bradford County was directed mit 25 cents to the state. of Public Safety has received ..

1 In fames played last weekin Schedule: Thursday June Monday in a letter from The., governor's; letter to 18 I reports that the stations) won't ; <,:, ,;. .,,., ..Co'me'Sec Us!
the Women's League Conner 27-3:00: Pine Hurst vs Williams Oov. Claude Kirk to make Florida counties came on the be' funotloning until the mid- .. .

Insurance won its second Jewelry. "every possible effort" to open heels of a 30-day grace' period dIe of July or later. in 11 _:. ,. ..tJiJ"j ,..' '" "

and third game of the second:: Monday July 1-3:00: Wil- its automobile safety Inspection granted by the :tate cabinetfor counties. 4' 1'r";' .:' f I .....3;live. 'Fake loan for
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ri' t :
half with a 4-1 win over Ken- liams Jewelry vs Bradford station motorists who were supposed "You are diverted to make M; ) :' .
tucky Fried Chicken and a 13 Barber Shop.Wednesday( Directives were. mailed to 18 ( to have -their cars''' Inspected every' possible erfotit'-to!. : see '. i p*" worthwhile purr -

03 victory over Colonial Flor- July 32::30, counties. in June. Besides Bradford that inspection stations?' are ,1':.:#:, _e'.. .
;
,
ist. Pine Hurst vs Bradford Barber But Bradford Civil Defense counties. which have not placed in operation' Immediately '. ,' .. : ,

Bcggs held on to second Shop; 4:00: Wlllam Jewelry Director Frank Williams in opened inspection stations. 'at ," the governor's letter I___ '.,.,. ,,' ,,4',. ". ,,'$25, u. "to, $600
place with a 10-7 victory over vs Southern Marine. charge of coordinating the Inspection all are Baker Lafayette, Su- 'states. "Every effort, must be '. <' ,' AVE .
'YOU .
Colonial and! a 23-7 trouncingover BANTAM: BOYS BASEBALL BICYCLE setup 'said Tuesday wannee Hills-borough,. Lake made forthwith to satisfy the .., ,. ,p"DO' .. :
RODEO SET tion Department. The ( andgh'
boy
Kentucky Pried Chicken. LEAGUE LEAD UP that equipment for the Inspection Osceola CoWer Manatee legislative directive that motor
FOR JUNE 28TII who get the most points t ';;-Too; ijiany payments
FOR GRABS still has not arrived. Martin and Charlotte vehicles be inspected ':for the
Schedule: Friday June 28-, The first weeks of Summer for the week get a prize and 'm ket '
The tightest pennant race Williams was told': last week Kirk's directive& also was safety of the traveling public .t
7:30: Beggs Conner Insur- Activities have
vs Playground certificate for their partici- ,
in years now exists In the bY' Weaiver Equipment Co.Springfield. applies to Brevard, Broward ,in'' this state." \
ance; 9:00: Kentucky Fried been successful in At end ;iToo bills to
Bantam very spiteof ;: pation. of the sum- many
Boys Baseball League. Ill. that the Duval, Leon, Orange Pinella If Bradford's Inspection -
'
Chicken vs Colonial( Florist. a few afternoons of rain. mer program a trophy will be :
.payT
BPOE won the first half equipment has been shippedWillamg -! and Palm Beach Counties station goes into operation( by
Monday July 1-7:30: Beggs and! assured for Friday a Field Day was held given to the boy and girl who '. -Too many taw
; are at a shot now expects It to where temporary' Inspection July 1, as 'now planned, vehicles .
Gulf vs Colonial Florist; 9:00: the over all championship and around 30 children enjoyed accumulate the most points arrive stations have been opened but with the last digit of '
.
Thursday He
or Friday. ; '. :
.
.,
Conner Insurance Ken- the races and other events. over the summer. For( the first ,., coming doe?
vs but just who their opponent: still plans to( have the Brad- which the governor tenner the license tag reading, 5, 6, 1
tucky Fried Chicken. will be is anybody's guess! if Ribbons and,: certifcates were I I week the high point: winners ford inspection station In op- "insufficient to handle the 'or 7 will be inspected In July.

BRADFORD BARBER SHOP they don't win the second half given to first second and third were Cindy Oissy Jimmy Cis eration by the planned\ date number of cars to be Inspected. Those with the 1 last digits' of Let\Us Help''With'Your Money
AND WILLIAMS JEWELRY which looks doubtful.At place winners In each event. sy and Erie Blags [who tied I have .
of July 1. Williams said Tuesday 4 or would.ordinaFiy .
WIN IN SMALL FRY ACTION, this writing Coca Cola, This Friday, June 28, a BIcycle -'for the boys]. Each of the however there is nothingh Kirk noted in the letter '' been inspected! June and Problem:

'Williams 'Jewelry played Us the team that finished last In Rodeo will be held at high point winners won a free or anyone else here can do sent to the 18 county commissions will be after the'station begin "
}first game and behind the the first half Is the Pratt Street Playground at 2 pass to the Florida Theatre. inspection' '
leading GARDEN until the equipment arrives. that ,stations ,operation ,. TOWN FJHANCE N !: GO
pitching of Jackson Prevatt league with 3 wins and 2 losses p. m. All children In grades 1 RESTAURANT The 20 x 40 foot building were supposed to begin operating If the last digit In the tag .. .
downed Southern Marine: 12- and a tie. Police Depart- through! 6 are invited! to bring LEADS MEN'S LEAGUEIN for the inspections Is com- June I, according to the number Is 8 or 8 inspection Is 226 ,N. Temple '*. V1 ... *, 'tt( -.-.rhone 964-7449
2 In Small Fry League play ment Is second with 2 wins 2 ,, their bikes and participate. A SECOND IIALFGal'den plete. Electricity and phone I, law, but that the Department scheduled for. AuguAt..and If r. *
during the week. prize will be given to( the best Restaurant downed ,, + .
past losses and two ties. BPOEis service was installed Tuesday.: ,,4._ ,IY.. a. 1 )
I BI'ooker 13-4 0' r
In Men's league a
On Monday June 24 Bradford third with two wins decorated bicycle. Spectatorsare One piece of equipment the .. ,
Barber Shop won their and 3 losses and 1 tie South- invited. There's sure to be play last week. Both McLeod light tester has arrived and : .- ,,' 'J< '
second game of the season ern Discount Is fourth with I fun for all.Everyday. and McGregor hit home runs is being!: installed.

with a 10-2 win over South- win, 1 loss and:! 4 ties. The tie ':: points are given; for Other Garden. Willlnm- saId Tuesday he and UNIROYAL Naug@hydeO
last
ern Marine. Keith Kelley games to be played off will children who participate In games played estimates it will be a year, if La-Z-Boy
week: were Owen's Joist( down-
pitched a one hitter and Ran go a long way toward deciding the activities of the Recrea- cars are inspected semi-an- fame
t ing Trlest 8-4 Brooker down VID11
annuaJly as planned now, for
I
ed Hampton 16-12 Owen's ..
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the county to Its
Joist downing Noegels Auto re-coup In-I ... ,( :" ,. '\.
vestment The

IT'S EASY TO WRITE Sales Hampton Schedule 10-0 126.and: Thursday.Trlest downing June In have the around" first year's$40.500 county operation Invested, I These La-Z-Boy Reclina Rockers Were\ Ordered JEsnedaDy for

he said. .

RESULT-PRODUCING WANT ADS I 9:00 27:-7:30: ,Hampton Noesel's vs vs Garden Trlest:: The building and equipmentwill Father's Late Leaves Us With Large Stock

J 8:00: tin Brooker] Brooker vs cost about $25,000; two Day Arrival\ a ---

Follow these!' simile:: : rules to make your Want Ads brlnpr better results.!' Owen's Joist.Tuesday additional' employees to oper-

Remember, a soul Want Ad is i nothing more than salesmanship in print. July 2-7:30: Oarden ate the inspection station will
viH cn.=: t almos 10.000' annually WE' MUST MOVE THEM ,AT ONCE We Are Offering f Them
Write your W nt Ad in the !same' friendly style you use when tellinf vs Trlest: 9:00: Owen'svs and tn that has to be -- .:

friends and neighbors about what you have to offer. Hampton: 8:00: [fin Brooker lidded mnl"ten"nre) of equip- '
] Brooker vs Noegel's. .
Don't Abbreviate: Don't be Penny-Wise and I'ound- Wednesday July 3 7:30 and ment telephone airi building srrvlce.:; utilities Brad- AT TREMENDOUS DISCOUNTS :
Fooll ht
Trlest
Surveys and studies! provp thnt moat vs Owen Joist: 9:00.Noegel's : ford has about 7,000 cars .. ............::01.1 .s .
Want Ad readers do not like or underIt makes good common sense to eliminate vs Garden; 8:00: tin registered which could meanas v
Brooker
] Hampton vs Brook-
stand abbreviations. Make It easy for unneeded words from your Waat er. many as 14,000 inspectionsper 4 cY' .4gvv M ,

people to respond to your ad Ad, but make sure you don't ruin the I year.
don't keep them guessing: with abbreviations. I At least 12,000 will have to ,1 ..
effectiveness of Want Ad mak- In The Circuit
by Court
your Of The
I Illnhlh Juillrlnl, Circuit Of be inspected at $1.75 each for I ..." "
ing: it incomplete. Remember, you're not fr'lnrliln.. In And For llrndford the county to recover its In- '. .
I Uoun.,. ChI Action No. 34:. ;;;" : :
Pu1 Yourself In the Pronpi-rts Shorn, : placing a Want Ad to save money Marlon R Crawford Plain vestment said Williams. The .
you're Inserting your ad to get results I tiff, VH Lucia Ana Totltl Craw county will keep $1.50 and re- .' .I.. ;. I: i.
Give full information and all the de- ford, Defendant. 1 '. ,
and make money. Making your ad too "t.! .
NOTICE f')1 St'IT .. .. \ .
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tails about what you have to offer. short may save a few pennies that lose I TO: Lucia Ann Todd Craw ." .J ,(
Describe your offering in benefit term you dollars in results !'l, South ford f II)Carolina.f.'lovi/r/ Street, Ureonvlllu, :. 'J' ; '; {'-'"':. .I.Io.. ., ; ,
;
tell prospects'! why' your offer You Lucla. Ann Todd Crawford Ptx "I '. ." 'r' :.,;.r, .. .

satisfies their needs.! Give sizes dinner And It Is Easy To Order Tour A& Complaint are" hereby for Divorce notified has that been a M : .' .{ '... -; ,..." '. '. .:

dons, capacity condition, advantages. Trained competent Want Ad-Visors will filed Qffalntit you, add, you are :-': t.r .. "
And don't forget price! Want Ads required to nerve n written "
help you word your ad for bout possible ropy of your Annwer or other '. ',',' I .
without price are 50% less effective results. All you do Is pick up your I :ilefennlve' plrnitlriir.: : If any to it .....,... .'Jt,'t.-,:' ,

ihaa ads with price. telephone and they do the rest. on I PhIlip the Barton Plaintiffs, require: attorney 200, ) .:.. .. .. .,' :

I Nnrthermt, Florida. PI,rut and Street file the Guineavlll or- __,. ......r.....,. .""" _\',,_, ._ ._ .'
TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED ADS iginal with the Clerk of the' ; .
.
above styled Court 4 .
on or before i
the 8th day of July HIS; If you I 9 ..M..II,.._ .. .. .. ,
fall to do eo. judgment will l F .. '
>t* .. .
GET RESULTS entered agalnHt you for the re Ask ". ... ., .
lief demanded. In tho Complaint 1....
Wit nOM" my ranml ,and I the ., .., ..::_
teal 1 of sale. Court on June 11, Charley 7E "

-.- PI TONE 9646305ElecttoPrinfef- 19611.(SKAL) :

f'liHrles A. Parity ..
Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford .
County, Florida
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Hy Dculuh ,M. Moody, Deputy Johns r.i(
rya
o>r. a l Clerk
Law Offices. Of Philip Barton.

,. ... Attorney" For Plaintiff
--.s. coo Northeaflt Flrxt Street

Ualmmvllla. Fiorina 3200 6/U] 4t V-4 About this question:

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., J I 1. 1\' I IT "TI"M TO IllllIIV "A young man rifling/ a' n
passenger with a young wom-
IJTATM PI Ill'" Mfl re1\ISlla-!
<" 810, 'r\LLSHteia.. : :. an In the rear of a car attempted '
< .'I.OICln' to throw a lIghte ;
Competitive Mvulitl Obls. will :
-- _.-- lie' received' l Iw 'the Slate Purchasing firecracker out the car window
.y ; (Comtnlatilon until The window was cloned, thr i'
11:00: A. M. on I the date. Hhown :.
_7 for the following/ : firecracker exploded Inside the '
NEW BDhi : July '8, 19118 Hale of 1'lnt car causing a chain explosion : ,"

'; Oum.BM; Blank. Condition.. nnr'.Specification of other firecrackers. Is It I_ _
may be oItahiet'from true that the man's! Homeowner tGdla
the State Piirrhnnlnur, ,Com the
Policy paid damage
mlHHton Wllllnm I P. HlnxhiunRulldlnit.
"" Kooni 113: rilhoun claim for Injuries to the
Street TallahiiHMee.. Florida., woman ," : 731
young
The Commission. reserves the
43, right to reject any or all bids.
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Executive lrei-tor Charley E. Johns
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KEYSTONE( HEIGHTS --- MELROSE: --- LAKE GENEVA j


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STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY.. ''JUNE 27, 1988 SECTION! 3 PAGE 1 .
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'Keystone Hilifes! Post Initiation 202 Auxiliary And InstallationKeystone Holds SWIM PROGRAM STARTS JULY 8. I


The 17th Annual Swimming
By JIM FOX -Melrose Unit 202 and blue ribbon at the base f
Program sponsored by. the
Please Phone in Your Items 473-4148 of the American Legion Auxiliary of each.*
held its annual initiation Metta Loebeck and Eleanor Rotary club of Keystone'
I
I and Installation at the O'Steen presided at the refreshment Heights will start Monday',

KOP ACTIVITIES to see how many books can ,be Post home on Highway 100 table for the social l July 8. Classes will be held f ,
START .JULY, Monday night. June 24. Fifth hour following the meeting. R, ,
read in the allowed time, but daily from 1 to 2:30: p. m.
The'' KOP' [Keystone on to discover how much pleasnr District President Lillian Sergeant.. at-arms Eleanor O- with qualified instructors rl 4 't
Parade] activities will begin can be obtained from the Weathers, of Orange Park Steen was in charge of the pro. I Itlx"r'l

Tuesday, July 2,> with thean correct ,selection and reading officiated at both ceremonies.I guest book. vlded by YMCA. Camp I.mn10"kalee.

nual KOP Golf Tournament, of good ,books Members of Unit 202: who' Besides Mrs. Weathers. other .

which will be held at the Any child who has com- received the initiation were: distinguished guest included The instructional progt'eadwIU F d' ,M
'Keystone Golf and Country pleted the first grade may, Ottilia Eastertlng. Dorothy 5th District SergeantatArms be in charge of Pierce X't' :, ,. ,a.l .f.,; 1' ,,4" + ry..

Club. On the same'day,' the participate !in the program' James. Elma Kaufmann, Nell Itha Morton; Acting Long director of Camp Immo-; "" t ,
Keystone Woman's Club ,will Please contact Mrs. Lawrence King Amy McBHrath. Kheva 5th District Chaplain, Bea-
,,have ribbon-cutting'ceremon at the Library, and request a Nelson. Katherine Singletary, trice Fischer; and DePartment kalee. with Mike Hellegasrf.. rl' 'n.

ies for the KOP Arts and card and button. SUmmer George Wheeler, and Evelyn Sergeant-- Arms, Charles also of Camp Immokalee. as :

Krafts Show, which will be readngr starts June 26. and Haney, Schaefer. KeystoneMelrose waterfront director: :;i: 1 FRY: ,""

held at the'Municipal Build closes August 28. The children New officers. installed were: Post 203 officers attending Mrs. Georgia Murrhee will !

ing. The activities for this will be allowed to enter at Eleanor Drew,, president: were: 2nd Vice President, be,la. .charge,of the "beach wM' ''h Ji! J. .Jtt i 1, ,ilh w
event will start at 10 a. m. any time during; these dates. Eleanor O'Steen. 1st vice president Dave Nelson; Adjutant Robert "
The entries for artists and At the close of the period, all ; Dorothy James. 2nd Weir; Sergeant -at-Arms Hen- mothers volunteer assistants

craftsmen! may be brought to participants will be awarded vice president; Irene Weir, ry Eosterllng: and service who.help. with the younger. ..r. xa. di
the Municipal Building on a certificate. secretary treasurer; Katherine Officer James ,Drew. children.

Sunday June 30, from 2 to 7 NEW MASS SCHEDULE Slngletary. historian; Met. President Eleanor Drew has r Free.instruction will be provided
p. m., or on Monday from 10 AT ST. ANNE'S ta Loebeck chaplain; and ot- also ,been appointed 6th District for
starting
everyone,
a. m. to 12 All The new Mass sche- tilia. Easterling sergeantatarms. Communications Chairman ; -
noon. registration Sunday at six Committee chulrnien for the Keystone Height annual Swim Program get In a
and
procedures will ,be completed dule will go into effect this for the coming year. age continuing plug for the two fi"h fries that will he given on July 6th sad 19th to finance the

at this time. It has Sunday and continue_ through The president's table was This event was the las ,through senior citizens.
From left Charl. Hutchenon Jim CliosMlngton Bill Hayed, Jennings
,
been requested that you please the summer months. Holy covered with a white cloth meeting to be held before suspending Registration will be held program.

bring registration blanks with Communion will be given each and held a centerpiece and meetings during July Saturday'afternoon, July 6, at Murrhee, and Wally Miihlhofer.

entries. If paintings and crafts Sunday at 8 a. m., and on the red PoPPIes and fern with and August. All members are Keystone Beach in conjunction

are listed and prices [or N. first Sunday of the month at matching poppies and fern 'urged to attend. meetings in ,day, July 8. Another fish fry dent of the Rotary Club, Is of Rotarian Roy Watkins, !sin Instruction includes,courses
F. S.] indicated!, it will speedup 9:30: a. m: Morning ''prayer along the edges. Four white the tall starting again on with the opening tund-raWrrg will be held at close of swim coordinating the activities of charge of registration., in swimming for all ages, and

registration for all con will be conducted at 9:30: a. m. candles were used >in crystal September 9. Fish fry. sponsored by the ming program on Friday, July the following chairmen for the Starting 1952: with an en life saving techniques through ..

cerned. on the second, third and fourth candle holders with red white. Keystone Rotary Club. Regis-: 19. from 5:30: to 7:30: p. m., program: Charlie Hutcheson, rollment of only 40, the swim ad'vanced' stages.

Artists are invited to meet Sundays of each month __ ___n ____ ___--- tratlon will begin at 2" p, in. in conjunction with Awards Administration; Jennings ming program has grown in All expenses of the course
the public at a reception on FYYY..YYYYYYYYYYyyYYYy rls McGinnU. and continue through the fish Night activities, when: certificates Murrhee, Awards: Fish FrY popularity until now enrolls are paid for by profits from
Sunday July 'I, from 3 to 0, [Continued On Next Page] Mr and Mrs. Jack Stlnsou, and special citations. Bob Hayes; Wally Muhlhofer around 20Q participants each the two fish fries, so the cooperation
which
who moved to their fry. starts at 5JO.
have Just :
m. INDIAN BEACH are presented to participants Publicity, asslssted. by Bill summer. This year's turnout of the public is ask
home Twin Lakes visiting Late registration will be
DUPLICATE BRIDGE ,Keystone Awards on were >in the program. I. Baker. is expected to be larger than ed in attending these eventson

Due to the KOP Art Show, Insurance ProgramTo (Lis Baerta Ih) Jr.. and Mr.>son and.the Mr: .first W. E.of Kite the, held from 9 till >12 noon MonA Jim Chessington, new presi- Mrs. Maude Watkins, wife ever. July 8 and 19.
there will -
be no meetng of
Byt HfahMl H. CUtty week. Rodney Kite and Becky
the Duplicate Bridge Club on Low Bidder PY..ITiElTlGreotinga Sapp of Gainesville were Sun- Week Of Varied Activities Recreational New OfficersTo LEGION POST 202
Monday evening, July 1, TO GIVE AWAY TV
Winners of last week's meeting Keystone Heights Insurance &....................- day visitors. Aspects Of Barge Be InstalledBy
'Agency Inc: Sheryl and Mike Eddy, of Set For
were as follows: First was'low bidder Keystone ParadeFreedom KeystoneMelrose American
Atlanta, Ga., are visiting their Canal ClubNew
place with 38H points, Mrs and was.awarded a'contract! neighbors, this is DiscussedThe Rotary Legion Post 202 will give
:Mr. Mrs.
and
grandparent
Stan LaCoste and for the City of Keystone away an ROA portable color!
Mrs. with
Henry rolling-reporter
your Tom Norwood for a few days. ribbon -cutting! ceremonY, 2 Enter
Heights insurance at p. m. your recreational aspects of officers of the Keystone television set at 2 m. Thursday ,
Schuber program p.
second place with news for I hope -
you. everyhlng's :Mr, and Mrs. Leo Steedly performed by Mayor Raymond Interesting bell in the special
the Florida Croas-Btate Barge Heights Rotary Club will be
34 a special meeting of the Key July t, at Keystone
Mr.
points, and ,
Mrs. Aubrey stone Heights,, Council. June peachy with you and and son, of Brunswick Ga., G. Starnes at 10 a. m. Tues exhibit at the Art Show Canal were discussed at the Installed eta Ladles. Night Beach. The name of the win
Bannister; and third We sure have been hav-
yours Were! Saturday evening visitors day. July 2, will officially
Friday, July 5-KOP Tours, Keystone Heights Rotary Club dinner at the Keystone Golf & will be announced at this
place with ner
33 points'wa.s a 18.The iI11l beautllul weather of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Revel. open a week of Keystone,
on
lateW'1 '10 a. m. to 4 including last Friday by Ard L. Eulen- Country Club Friday night,
tie between contract, totaling $2, p. m., will be
Mrs. Arnold Law- If it just wasn't so hot. time. Refreshments
H. Cobb of Parade
Mr. and Mrs. S. activities sponsored '
155, covers insurance for one pontoon boat rides. Children feld, recreational planner for June 28. A social hour will beheld
son and Mrs. Joseph Dey and uncle Alfred nuoson' of Vero Beach and Davis, by the Woman's Club of provided.
My Ralph
Mr. year on the municipal build I Keys under 12 must be accompanied the Corps of Army Engineers starting at 7 p. m, with
and Mrs.
Fremont plies GainesVille (my fishing part- of Decatur, Ga.. were Sunday tone Heights. :
dinner at 8.
by an adult. Tickets avail-
READING PROGRAM ing, the fire station, and on The speaker said that recreational
ner) was confined to bed last guests. Their granddaughter, The ceremony will takeplace
able at Art Show desk Dr. Delton Scudder chairman -
various city any facilities
employees.
"A Tournament of Books"Is Wednesday, after Buffering alight Charlene Revels, and a friend > at the Municipal Build- are being
of of
The amount time; 25 cents. KOP Cards: the. Department
t represents a emphasized in the planningand
the theme for the summer heart attack. Otis Melton of Plant City are visiting Inc, which will house the Arts KEYSTONE
Religion at the oX
at Melrose Woman's University
reading[ program for the children reduction from the approxi and I vlalted, him .Sunday, and (them for two weeks. and Crafts Show, open daily party construction of the canal,
mately $2,800 cost of the Club, $1.25 plus tax. Play and will be big asset to the Florida wll: be the main
of the community, according he was feeling better but still David: and Sue Lutgen of through July 7 1, with no ad a
to Mrs. Harold Lawrence city's insurance program last pUny.> "(let well soon Partner, Gainesville were -visiting their mission charge. game of your choice. Make tourist Industry in Florida. He speaker
year. The savings was effected reservations at Art Show desk. estimated that six mllllion New officers of the club Drive-in Theatre'
librarian. )
This will ,be the fish are,biting! parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur In addition to the Arts and ;
I a nori-competttive program. reducing coverage on certain We had several' welcome visors Lutgen, Sunday. Other visitors Crafts Show, other events Saturday July 6 KOP persons will visit the canal are: Jim Chessington, president .
The obJect will not be simply items as outlined at the ''hut week.( Tuesday, Aunt include Fond en and Ruth I will Include: tours. KOP Swap at Masonic during the first year after its ; Charles Hutcheson, vice
special ,meeting by two local JTeenie Crertahaw and daughters Daughtery and children and Tuesday, July 2-KOP Oolf. building. Bring your antiquesor completion, and that this will president; Bill Baker, secre- Frl., Sat June 28, 29mi
I Insurance men, Wm. R. Reynolds : Joan Crenshaw and Peggy I Freeman and Myrtlce Daugh I Keystone Oolf and Country "Junque." Rent a stall ]inside increase to as high as ten tarytreasurer.. New members .
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS I I Jr.?; of the successful Hershey of Gainesville spent tery and family of Jacksonville Club: 18 hole Blind Partners or outside] for $2.50 and million !in later years of the board of directors, in : '

I 'blddlna.f1rm.'and.George..*JE.LaTtue. the IayTrfchen Ton" aruT'jean' and Downy1O'Steen' of. Gaines II Tournament ', [men, .women you are in business. Browsers The canal will mean;an estimated .addition to the three officers,

I Ball of Gainesville' and his villa }juniors 1 t entry fee $3. Tee off welcome. Food Sale all day at, $3 million annually in are: Lon Rushton, Al Watson

In order to offset rising mother, Mns. Ball I, of Pittsburgh :Mr. and Mrs. Homer Keith time, 8 a.. m.Wednesday.. KOP Swap. primary benefits in its service Dr. Phil Parsons and BlandS. *
costs! the council' accepted the Pa. were supper guests. of Tampa spent the weekend July 3 KOP Sunday, July 7- Public Invited area [within 50 miles], and Ware. 1,1 ; ls v1 c

suggestion of the insurancemen Monday, Aunt Teenla Cren with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Holiday Food Bale, Lawrence to meet artists whose about $12 million in secondary The regular noon luncheon
to drop some of the comprehensive shaw and children, Joan and Roy Griffin Ada Griffin returned benefits to businesses In meeting of the club will not
Boulevard, 8:30: a. m. work Is on display in the
certain home with them for a the area. be held this FridaySCIIEDULE
DIRECTORY coverage on Jerry and Aunt Clara Sullivan
Thursday; July 4- Ringing Arts and Crafts Show, 2 to 5 -
pieces of equipment, such as of Willlaton spent the day Completion date for the >
visit.Visitors of the Bells for American p. m.July Sun., 31 on., Tues.
the fire truck, garbage truck, with us while I wrote the news. at Griffins Lodge canal was originally set for
and trash truck, which have Due to an error last week, enjoying the lake this week include 1972, but may be as late as OF SERVICES June 30, July 1, 2:
BEAUTY SHOP deductible clauses wherebythe Mrs. Jo Strandberg was said : Mr. and :Mrs. Albert learned in Bible Study and 10 at 10 a. m, the Work 1980 due to the hold up of I

city would have to pay up to ibe celebrating her 75th birth- Hammock and family of Madison translated into visible pictures shop will feature articles being construction funds Eulenfeld "Luv"With .
KEYSTONEBEAUTY to a certain amount of dam day. It wall really her 77th, Mr. and Mra. John Poag in their craft classes. made or suggestions by said. The Corps of Engineers PARKof

SHOP ages, even if the equipmentwere and we sure can't cheat her out and family of Jacksonville, Mr. The missionary project for ,members. A sandwich lunch- asked for $22 million for the the
HUtk covered. of the !best two years of her and Mrs. Hamlbrlck and family the school was to financially eon will be served at noon, current year, and got only Jack Lemmon
Personal A Johnson. Owner Councilman James Cook,. life, can wet Louise and Paulette of Jacksonville, and Mr. and assist Rev. and Mrs. Chuck and work resumed In the $14 Mi million, the speaker PALMSSUNDAYS -

creative Form[ Hair of Styling chairman of the Law and' Strandberg of Jacksonville Mra. Michael Costa and familyof Klnzer of Melrose as they afternoon Members are urgedto said. "We can't build the Wed., Thur. July 3, 4

Culture- Every- Tues.-Sat. 0-6 Beauty closed Finance Committee, said that are staying with Mrs. California, who will be, here return to East African Inland circle every Wednesday canal without money" he eausaaernsek
; the trimming of coverage! I Strandberg. Sam and Dot But for three weeks Mission. during the summer and attend added.It 11:00: A.M. 7:30: PJW.THURSDAYS r
would save the city an estimated ler and son, of Ormond Beach; Joyce and Pete Barton were During the social) hour these workshops. is estimated that Florida ,
NURSERY five or six hundred, Dr. and Mrs. T. J. Lamar, of visiting Ralph and Pat Flllmon which followed, Mrs. Frank PERSONALS will have a population of 17' .;)
Ga. Dr. and Mrs. and children in Tampa over the Ilgen, program chairman of 7:30 P.M.
and
dollars. Atlanta. ; I 1Mr.! Mrs. C. H. Haber- million by the end of the cen
O.C.Carnes Nursery Other items trmmed Included Steve MdnUre, of Atlanta weekend. the Church Women Services itroh returned last week tury, Eulenfeld said, and the FUNDAMENTALBIBLE

Hwy. 100, Florahome 8592163T a lowering of bond for the Ga.; Ricky Jackson, of Way- Lavon Lowery and family are served refreshments as provided from a motor trip to William- barge canal will be vital to TEACHINGAll
...rsry Stock Thousand City Clerk, and the elimination I cross. Ga. and Dr. and Mrs still staying at the Rose cot by the circle] member: sport, Pa. for their daughter its economic and recreational '
ef 1'San1Al A Fruit TMM to of fire coverage for the Sam Butler. III, of N'..1,6., were tage. The Lowery's are. Interested Parents and friends viewed :Marcla's graduation from high survival. Services Held In The 1fCMMCOt01M'i
visitors. In buying a business the craft displays and other, New Bible Center
at Airport. Sunday school. Following the gradua
choose from Shade Tree.Evergreens hangar Keystone .
A Landscape Plants in Mr. and Mrs. W. :J. Paulette here and moving here perman- exhibits. tion, the lIaberstrohs visited
container of Macon, Ga., are visiting ently. Mrs. Barry Wyman has many friends and relatives In Fitchburg, their former home

Camellias tc Azalea Mrs. Kate Evans Mrs. H. T. Smith for a few Hugh and Beverly Fletcher been director of the school for that area, and' returned to A tour of Massachusetts' and
Let V. Do Tour Landscaping days Her daughter, Mrs. and baby of Gainesville spent the past nine years and has Keystone with Marcia and her the Cape was also includedon
Services HeldIn F. W. Murray and granddaughter the weekend with her parents, expressed gratitude for all and husband, Mr. and Mrs Romania and English Hilton. who assisted especially Mrs. 3,500 miles.
USED CARS Melrose Charles Evans, and !wife, few days extra this week. omb have just returned from Mobile- Home la ,
I Also their grandson John Bird who have helped Park ex
Hanks Used Cars Mrs. Kate M. Evans. 90. of of Mr. and Mrs. Mao McGowanwere a four week motor trip to
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Murray, the director for the past eight pected home this week fromhel'
BIG CASH DISCOUNT Melrose. died Monday In Jacksonville, and Mrs. TrelHe weekend visitors of the years. Nova Scotia, N Y.. where they annual month's visit with 1

TERMS Starke. She was born in Clinton Cheshire and son, of Pompano Jack Miller family. IIOMEMAKERS COUNCIL visited their son, Bernard an airing friend in Miami.

BUT SELL TRAD N. C. on July 11, 1377. Beach, weer here for the week- Well, .there's no more news Officers and members of and attended the wedding of Mrs. A. L. Dunwoody will)
and! was a member of Trinity Cheshire of the for this week. BO I'm going their grandson Mark Allen
< nt. 1 IJoz Mgwy. end. Billy the eight Clay County Clubs soon be leaving the park for
Episcopal Church !In Melrose. F. and Mr. and Mrs over to Gainesville for a few Slocomb. They went on to
too 8 MUea S. Stub U. of will give a reception tonightThursday her new mobile home reel
Surviving la one daughter, of with the Crensluvws.MELROSE. Massachusetts: where they
daughters days
F. M. Smith and [ ] for Mrs. Margaret dence in Rome, Ga.
CONCRETE PRODUCTS Mrs. Mildred Spires, of Mel- all Sunday visitors. spent a week with friends in
Starke. were . Nelson on her retirement from
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rose; a brother, W. D. Mer- ,"... "yyYYy "non service as county extension I

INSIST' THAT ALL. TOOT rltt: and one alster Mrs. Mr. and Mr Jane Robbins agent. ThLs event will be held,

CONCRETE! PRODUCTS Mary Yarboro, both of Mulllns were in Jacksonville Sunday 1 from 7 to 9 p. m. In the Clay! The
Keystone
AXE 'THB BEST noM S. C.Funeral. >helping Jimmy get settled to County >extension office in Heights
servicea were held start his summer job and doing I II .t
Green Cove Springs.Mrs.
Edward's Building at 10-a. m. Wednesday in some shopping. By Jeyca Bowe Nelson and her, husband

Trinity Episcopal! Church with Peggy Voyles- 4s now staying .&....... .... AA...... will,leave for their.,fat ROTARY CLUB
Supply, Inc.TM : Rev W. A. Poppell officiating in Palatka and attending St. tlrement home >in St. Petersburg e
Interment was in Melrose Johns rover Jr. College. Her Jim Ford: who la currently "
S. Mat 1'720ADlUvu.uc"' U direction Sun stationed in San Diego, Calif., about July 1. Her .successor
Cemetery under the mother took her over on
I7.A. of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral" day and got her settled. is visiting Ma parents, Mr. and will be Mrs. Imogene\, Announces Its 17th Annual f
the
Home Keystone Heights ''Boy Scout! Troop 109 of the Mrs R. V. Ford, and other Rltenburg who has served I
home '
Melrose area held a Court of relatives and friends in Met four years as extension I
Honor and a picnic lunch at ro economics.agent in Highlands Swim 1 1I'll
8 19r.
the Art Wheeler's Sunday af e.Mr.. and Mra..David' Hlnnan.1 County. ,She( Will start : her I Program -- July --

"ternoon.! and son spent last weekend, duties here about August 1.

BINGO I Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hall and In Melrose visiting their 'parents BAZAAR COMMITEES .. J

Chris, of Savannah Ga., Mr.'and Mrs. Albert Hin- Mrs. ]rr'rtcat McLean, Bazaar I
lIOn Mr. and Mrs. Minnie Quinn,and i nant and Mr. and Mrs. Howard chairman' of the Community
Johnny, of Rlncon. Ga, and Morris and other friends and Church Women has arrangedby Fish Fry No. 1 1-- Sat. July 6In / Find the Answer at

I Kearnes and Btll ElVis, of Tampa relatives. circles the following booths ,

Every Saturday Night 8 P.1 M. have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dende and children of and committees: Flower Arrangement
i I Mrs. George Ellis.Mrs. Greensboro S. C., are visiting Booth, Arts anJ Conjunction With Registration KEYSTONE STATE BANK

E. Byrne of Merchant.vllle [Continued On Next Page) Crafts, Handwork. Gifts and 5:30: Till Conclusion Of Fish Fry
AMERICAN{ LEGION HOME I: N. J.. has been vUltlngr Christmas Decorations, Apron When the problem Is financial, the answer I Is here!

POST 202 her daughter Mrs. Emery or Kitchen Shop, Garden I We offer complete banking services from Checkingand
Sullivan. Shop, Toy Shop, and Fish>
Highway 100 West of Keystone Heights I Mrs. Helen Walker is spending NEWS NOTES Pond. Planning Committeeswill \ Fish Fry No. 2 Fri 19 Savings Accounts to low-cost Loans, to meet

this week with her sister be: Decoration of Hal.I' -- July your needs.

and brother-!n-law. Mr. and By Iltien Em Nursery for small children,.
Jack Pot Never Under $$50.00 Mrs. D. W. Carpenter. Luncheon, Tea Room and I In Conjunction With Award
I Mr. and Mrs. Doyle James VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL Bake Shop, Telephone Com KEYSTONE STATE BANK
5:30 Till 7:30
spend the weekend in the Ocala COMMENCEMENT mlttee, and Publicity. Mrs! : : '" I
i National Forest with Mr.: and William Beam Sr. >la cochairman Member FJXJ.C. KeyntoiM Height, FU ,.'
COMPLIMENTS OF : Mrs. Charles Callahan and Mr Commencement exercises for
with ,Mrs. J. AzzIe Wit!*
JAMES, REPAIR SERVICE and Mrs. Johnny Bro hear'ol the Dally Vacation Bible )Hams and Mrs. Bernard Slo- The Public Is Cordially InvitedTo **Y ur Friendly Bank la Tour X17
Orlando and a friend they find School were heW Sunday,
I comb supervising the Work
Melrose Phone 475-4115 I not seen in many years Mor- June 16, with exercises basedon shop sewing project. Starting Support This Program Community."
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&'t.lon Three -_ Pagf 2 IIn..nJl'ORn cotmr T1IUlnR'PO.TAR'RIIJ.: ; FIAHm return Monday' for the' -mim.

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ly meeting Tuesdnv July 2, at be offered to boys grades 7 tikfif; -*nl',Country1: Club, completed OroHbCrg, of*Lakevlew Drive... Bathes.Van C.Ann McCrary McUrary Plaintiff, Defonn-vs I'Block ItRPltAT.Three..Reeord4nir(3) SOUTH to OATH plat All Notice persons To havIng Creditor. claims or

MELROSE 8:00: p.m. at the Parish House. through 12 on Monday. Wednesday KEYSTONE the tournament in first Bill who just graduated from anL I thereof recorded In Plat Book demand against the estate of

Anyone Interested in workingwith / and Friday. Softball ,place'1 fo;,'1owgrosg.' high school was..a, )
the group Is welcome to will be offered to girls grades .ROTAIt't" TI1SWIMMINO iSPONSOR! neighbor of Mrs. ,Groa erg'.. I Ad ru. .Unknown "' publIC outcry to the highest and Simpson deceased. are hereby
attend.A 7 12 and H'I'LJTE'3 t : I I *for cash between notified and required to file
through Tuesdays when! she resjded: In, Pitty '. lCott; are hernbp) notified that best i blddftr
From Preceding Page] party was held Saturdayat Thursdays.The ItROGBAH' : .ise.aa1lcpln. for ,dlvtreo.haa,I IbetMi I'tire boiMrswof VI00: o.clock a.. m (their claims 'In the office of the
The Annual burgh. i filed against you and you', arerequired and 2o: o'clock./p/ p. m. on July County Judge of Bradford
the home of Mrs. James! school library Js open ,- RotarY-SpOn- Mr.: and. Mrs. Frank Ottln: '' to nerve a copy' of 11, 19118 /fRt the front door of County Florida In the County
Mrs. James Morris at her homeon lured:Swimming Lessons will County Courthouse 'Courthouse, at Starke, Florida.within .
,Morris Laka' Rosa for the your written defenses. It 'any the Bradford
on ,
Lake Rosa.Mrs. everyday.A [Prom Preceding- Start on July 8th.These. ger were camping last-week* to..It- on XUiftvne F ShaW, At .. fetarkelyFlorUla.. .- Dated. 4.May ahr'' calendar--. months.
Nettle :young people of the United community bulletin board, Monday; end at Anastasia State Park:, tnrney for Plaintiff whose ad- 14, ,I1B68. 'John M. Maguire.r from the) date of .the first puh.
Mann
of Jacksonville
: Methodist and Faith Presby- sponsored by ,the Melrose Ac- St. Anne'a extends welcomefor ); Instructions\ which are 'drerwrlB. .IU ,.W..t..C.Il. Street $ United 'States' MarshaL' lira trnn.01I'thl-, notlceyftrthetame
Is visiting In Melroae ,, liven by members of the St. Augustine. On Sunday, StarkeFlorida; and filethe original' Middle District of Florida.... John will become void accordingto
Ralph J. Oason and Mr. Iterlan churchua. Mr. and Mrs. tion Committee has been all summer visitor to join I. they attended a performance "':iSrrth' the- eh'.tp ,of.thll .W. Caveti. Assistant. United law.' .
I Richard Moore chaperoned the started. When it Is finished, them at either of the sot-vices. MCA: 'staff from Camp Im- above-styled. Court on or ,before states Attorney) Attorney for TM fOt % day of Jt ne. 1988.S .
White' of Falatka spent Tues. group. Those present Included..: It will (be In the Post Office ,HiDKatee. will 'be offered to of "Sword and Crow" in, the July' 10. IwlR.otlierwIse'a. udlt- Plaintiff.I I' 82'M / JiShA. Pnflce: Slmpabn, 'Sr.rcxeiUtorvit .
put
day with Mr. Cation's parents, The ETC is planning a tripto i amphitheatre. m.nk> 'rnb.e> AlIlIt..d' jaicalaat. 8/8"41 ,.th. KataUi .f Isabel. .
Mrs. Morris' nephew. Jim Den- and will contain notice; both local. residents and visItor you for thai relief demanded In < Mary Fernande Blmpson also
Fort White this Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason. Guests has returned -
Mrs. Phillips
,ide of Greensboro S. C.; Mr. of importance to the members!! .., the Complaint or Petition. In The ConeD Je.lsis. Covrt Of- lcnow", aa Isabel F. .Simpson,
Mrs. Martha MaoKeachle is Their plans will Include a river & home. after a seven- ; .' Wlttaeh ny hand anti tho'"pal Florida" necanaed.DeWitt .
Hreilford Coonty
and Mrs. Moore and three chil- of the community. ..Instruction: .will be givenat 'lot safer"doui lena 4th.. JJ88. .,
Kng1It.Stkrlth.
on
spending the summer at her cruise. It U requested that I weeks visit and sightseeing \ I. ProI>Bft.N..UI3" "JrolIIe.V' .
dren end Susan Nlckle of Haw. Charles \cA. Daruy' ii'Mriqa.
There will be bake sale Be- Isabdl. Wary :
a levels of
the following Estate
cottage in Cape Cod. Col. all members te.lrlng to to ) I ,York. Clark-Of In Ier .
thorne Stella Jean Costello of < trip in Baltimore/ Kew $ SaM< Court Fernandas aimpaon..aluo known .A.t. >c.. ,
; July 13th sponsored by the Junior lnn Advanced. Beginners BeulaJtV M. .Jro..EaltOl&torIa
Emma E. Vogei left Tuesday please be at the church' no > r Atlantic City Providence' R, fly Moody' aa Isabel. F. Simpson..' Deceased .t 7.4
GlendaChoroblee.
Starke; Loretta and Club. < "De puty\\ ClerkUNITED ,
Woman's 1i5i8. Fish Shark, and ,
to be her house guest tor two later than 11 a. m..,You are to Flying 'J., and otheit places of Inter I 8/8 4t I'll
Billy Schoenoiruin Lt. Col. (ret) and Mrs. Ed Junior and Senior) Life 8avIng. > -

weeks.Mrs. L. W Neefim is spend- and !Curt Courtney all of Mel Simmons are In Lavton Ofcla- bring your own lunch. / ..As a result of the large I.est. Mr. Phillips is the.back VA home hospital (\STATES Platelet '. C. Jones: Funeralrlf! ,
after 11 In
rose; Mrs. Dende and childrenof visIting his sister. Sharon Brannon And Chris selection of,courses being of- days 'Couct.: MldUle*' TMstrlct Of p1uI.
six weeks in the North
ing visiting :
Greensboro, S. C. The young Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Sim- tie Newman will. be- In charge at GaJne v1l1 i MaZ- JaoksoMTIlla DIvlslMl.I .
tier sons. She will spend ret-edlit; la hoped that: all local I Sun-i I UoTtedStates! otf America, Plaintltr PJHONB 964-6200
and Mrs. David
people are planning another weekend In of the program committee for Mr. STARKE -
the and
mons spent will ; vs. Jtafni; yt Parrlsh .. .
instructors I .
two weeks with each: Carmon qualified : ,-
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Ala. ParrAnfi. -
derland of FOrt
party at the home of Susan Rldgechest, N. C. attending a July. Rtioker I Irene B. hi. wife deCanOantn.
Fisher in New York services' for '
Homer volunteer their Court No. 87-781-Clvll. HEIGIII'l11OflE'473.311;
KEYSTONE '
'and--
WINNERS visiting friends relatives
Nlckle Lake Geneva Thurs. LOCAL : were \
on .
meeting there.COVERED .J. NOTICHfOF" ''BALM!! Notice Is
Fisher in Cranford, N. J., and this 2-week program. If you ,
DISH DINNERA FOR INVITATIONAL here recently: and< : vis erefty. clvetf that pursuant aI
Rollln Fisher in Franklin, I I day.The young people of the covered dish dinner wa Despite the rattler warm c tt. Offer assistance to the ited their grandfather; Mr. I Final I Decree. ., of Foreclosure Rental, $ e r-vic i c a
Lakes. N. J. She plans to return program please contact I ,ntired oh Mayi' 13. loss by the
United Methodist Church of held Friday night at Faith weather during the peat weekend Phtlllos. while he was hose above entltlsd( Court In the above '
about the middle of July. :YMCA Director. ,Pearce Lonsc. the) undersigned I II HOSPITAL BEDS WII EL CHAIK3: .
Melrose and Faith Presbyter Presbyterian Church for those many local and out-of 1 ,1ts.lWed"We umcl', cause" ,
Marshal "unyIbf
Mr. and Mrs. or
Ralph Prugh will tart at 1 each .
and two children Philip and an Church: have decided to combine who had attended Vacation town golfers made an Impress. The classes regret that Ray Chance I I Mlsr dut\ authnU, 'Ised deputieswill CRUTCHES' I "*

Mitch will arrive from Houston their youth groups and Bible School and their families! Ive appearance. at the Third afternoon. Is a patient In the NAS hospital I sell ,the property .situate, described 4n .
Bradford County, Florida .
at
Texas :July 4 to spend meet together. and ,friends. Annual Couples Invitational A Fish Fry will be held in Jacksonville' the I, 'II...:. hot Seven. U). of .
Here Is the schedule for the The teachers explained what held at the Keystone Golf the Keystone Beach on Friday result of a heart attack. He Is L
two weeks with his mother, B. 'The.Rota.r1aDa.w111 ... ... 1 . __ ,_ .....
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'July
done. "
had to but ,
Mrs. I* M. Pearsall. recreation program at the each clans and country Club on Saturdayand : reported be Improving "

:Misses Annabel and Reda school for these two weeks. I The nursery through, sixth, Sunday.; tart serving'dinner at 5:30: : is still not allowed. to have

Robinson ,of Palatka; visited Basketball and tumbling! /will grades studied about themselves -', On Friday the 1 local Club! p., m. Since -there arc no ,visitors.

their sister Mrs. Maggie St el fieri be offered to thei, 0, and 6 and their families and sponsored a Pro-Man-Lady, charges for the swimming

Sunday. grades in .the morning session the world and people around with' seven teams entering the''lessons, It Is necessary for tine :

The Melrose Action Committee ,from 4:60' to 11:00.: In the afternoon I them and God's love for them. competition. Hugh Moore Professional club to raise money from this I 't t .t.i w..11:, i : I ,. 4' 2

will hold th' annual month- aoqalort baseiball will The Teen-age class repairedand from the Brunswick. fish fry. A table will be set up jn- i' I .,. .''lIE, .

made toys for underprivileged the registration at : .
Golf and, Country Club and -conduce BAPTIST .li'' F ; %
children. They also ..
team members Mr. and Mrs., thla ttom.It ,
1 First BaipMat Church Rov
Serving Florida. worked on commuhlty bulletin E. P. Menzen tied for first Is Interesting to note how Lawrence Carroll pMtctf. Sun-

board. They visited these place l! honors with local many.people plan their, vacations W Jiv : ,,,1,
pro. :
.
Since 1950 shut-Ins Mr. and Mrs. Wal- Leg Stephenson and team So that it will' 'coincide day School, 0:45: m. 'Wor. : ," ,
f& llo Crews, Mr. and Mrs. R. swimming ship Services 11 a. m:' and .
a.Htiri S Ak !In. members with the program. .
Mae Peterson .
.. M, Caaon and Miss Linda Williams Bob Hayes.; and: We wore talkingwith Mrs.Cn&rl 7:30: p. m. Training :.thllon. I, "

\, and Mrs. Ada Rober- : } 8:30: p. In. Nurecry open, lot '
on
McOlave [Kitty
.. Local winners for the Cou. all services. ::4 j jJ
8on. and she
pies Invitational- included the I Monday of thla week,
The Bible School had an en- that her niece 1
mentioned ,
following: Bob and Martha CATIIOUO 'f\

Mrs. Carolyn Cordially rollment of 77.DUPLICATE BRIDGE. hayes let J low: nets Dn. Frank; MJs$i Diana Blaclrwell of St. William's ClMiioh' -eun-

I Kiltfo and Hilda Jackson 'ClrarchVllle. Pa., will arrive .day Mas 9...., Wednesday U.
EAves.
iliepresentatiye WelcomesYou, : Winners Bridge of the Club Metrose last week Duplicate [medalists I 1. stibohd low, .net; this week 'to' take part In theprogram. Mass and Norena.-7 p. m. \

If individuals< are .l '
COMMUNITY
Joyce and Charles Catlett tied cHIJcnSunday
Ph. 964-5&12 and Your. were Iva 'Hillyer:: Mrs. Mary, 1st Cook place and; Miss Mrs. for third low net: Don ShacklefotvJ -. willing ,to travel;that far to SChob2'e:40'.. .m. .l.r' :

.jZZ N.- Bar St.- Family to YourSt Emery Cooper and Miss Belle and Mae Peterson, tied. .participate. It would seem Morning Worship;" ll'J*:? lit:

rke New Home Rutherford 2nd place; for third low net and 'WallyMuhlhofer that this la a good indication Nursery at Ii o'clock'crvtw: '

:$>lrs. C. P. Hardy/ and Mrs. R. and Mar & 'dirts,'''of' the''quality of the program. 'only: RAw.eon"P/ MUiter.aMr. P a .

: .. Vdgh, 3rd place; and Mrs. fourth low net. HERE 'N THERE )"' o -1 I

,u: The State of Florida 3. A. Allen and Mrs. J. W. Vonclle Ketch >and, Jtoe'P4t-v .Mr,, and Mrs.of Leaman'Blythevllle Tern' .EPISCOPAL. fci'CAN ,YOU PEAT N .
pie 'and son
'Foster. 4th 'place; rock. a member of the local
Ifls Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome. and eTONIOR WOMAN'S (FLUB:: ''clubs and the .Ormond Beach Ark. returned home last week St. Anne's .Church, Hev. INTEREST-EARNING RESERVE '

To Acquaint You With Your City. New officers for the Mfel- after a two-week visit 'WIth (William .1. Jones, Vicar,' o.ly

rose Junior Woman's ClUb were Box, Mrs.Judith: "Pragra .and Mr.."and Mrs. Frank Ottlnger :Communion, 8 .a. m. every OF READY CASti
i'1 < of Idkeview Drive. Leamian\ Is Sunday. First Sunday. Holy
last Mrs.
elected at the meeting Sondra '
If you are new In the area, a phone Copeland Communion. 8 and. account here
week at the home of Mrs. Jack The group decided to try to IMts. Ottlnger's son. a.-m. 9:30a. : ,That's what a steadily-growing savings
''TA. :-Rhett s. Fox arrived m. Second/third, and -fourth We keep'Youfsavh'l&s'account &(
:ail will bring you a prompt visit Stansel. get a new gate for thtf Brimming at our!"Full Servicft' bank is
_______ Those: elected were: President -.. area. Dock 'Tlson agreed home last Sunday for a 30- Sunday*- Morning'Prayer growing steadily with interest;'as' itJ1ed.

troJlyour local hostess. Please give Mrs. Diane Tlson;, Vice- to repair th!} doclt. dayi visit! .with his family the 9:30: a. m. .Evening -.Prayer "You can' keep it growing steadily with reuardpqsits..bery -*
Everett Foxes. At the conclusion Sunday, 7 p. m..Hol, Pays .. "" "
4
*i* President, Mrs. Carolyn Chlap- They also agreed to 'sponsor : : payday!
her.a call I 1.She has maps and many plnl,; Secretary Mrs. Sondra the Junior Girl Scouts. ,of.his visit Rhett will re --will be announced. '

Copeland: and Treasurer Mrs. A bake sale was 'planned for port'! to Panama for two weeks

freehand\ : wonderful lgifdl_ for you Emma Lou Stansel. July 13. I of :jungle training. He will LUTHERAN

from local. businesses. The! next me tl1lg'will 'be then leave from. the Oakland Divine Worship '11 ,.. m.Bunday.HolyQlm.mUn1on..1ftd.
Three members joinedthe
new '
.-. July 15 at the home of Mrs. I ,Teralhal 'for a''year's tour of
club. :Mrs.! Jane
They were,
..I Sunday.' Services-he
I I Pat Dougherty.) duty In Vietnam.'Steve eacti

There were 11 present. Shackleford Is at Sunday at St. Anne's ,1&_-

t--- _L hOme 'wl h his family the copal! Church. Richard Meyer, ,,.

In The Circuit' Court Ol '*.e Don Shackleforda of Little minister. FLO RID A

Klchlh'. Jaillclal' Ctrcnlt. Ol Lake Keystone, for the summer :
"Florida 1. A art K..r Hradford I
.... Steve Is a student at the
__ <: .ty. Civil Avfloa. N... 114.1
I 'A'I I ___ Marlon R. Crawford. Plain University of Florida. 'where IMITATION: TO BID .
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tiff. vs Lucia :Ann Todd Craw .. -. nrPI "
he ustfor'
has been on the Dean's
ford Deferidant.WOT1CB 1'I'\'rFJ 'Mt'II,tMI-NO! C-OMMI8.
OP lTl'l'TO the'past two: quarters. He "..OTLI"UI! M-IKB. .. ,
: Lucia Ann Todd Crawfnril working Johns- FLORin" -
at
_II A A South. 8 Carolina.Olntor Street, Ureenvllle Manvllle l Is now in Green Cove he Competitive received by Sealed the State Bide, 1'urfhAHlnfr will- Member Federal ,Deposit Insurance .Corp..

ford You are.Lucia ueroby Ann". notified.Ttldd t that Cra*III' Springs, for the summer. 11-00: A. M.Commlailon.on the d.te.hown until [ ,One of 30 Bank of the Florida: Nition4GrozD

("om!>lalnt for Divorce has been Eric Kedfearn' moved to for the follow Ing-)
filed ajtalnit you, and you ar Jacksonville on Monday of July i. 1968 Sale of Pine ,_ "
A 1' : required to serve a written Oum. "
Up. > of your Answer or other this.week. He will be sharingan Bid Blanke, Condition, and
defensive ploadtn. l If any' to It apartment with David Hpeulfcation[ may be obtained,
on the Plaintiff's, attorney from the State Purchasing' Commliwlon.
Philip Barton. Esquire" Itt,) Bchaeffer And George Lath... ': I William; D. Bl<>*h m-
Northeast First Street Qnlnesvllle Eric is presently stationed Building, Hoer' 112 Calhoun: .
'p. I A Florida, and file the or. Street: Tallahaftrtee, Fi rid*.
_____ l lnal with the Clerk of the !rl'h, the Coast Ouard in The Commlaalon reuervea theright
above styled Court on or before Jacksonville. to reject any or all bid.
the 8th day of July 19JM If you Redfearn. Al }. D"y Y I
rail to do( no. Judll''l'nt11I' be 'Kathy: and Julie Executive Director *
entered! fcalnst 'you for the ret daughters of Mr. and Mrs... 8/10 8t 8-27 'It's "
lief dejnandad In the raining dollars!
..- Witness my hand and Conyjlalnt. the Mike\ Redfearn of Gainesville.

seal of said Court on SlaV 11, were guests of their grandipar< .. .
'fist. In The ("ount,? Juda-e'a. Court Ol :.4
(SEAL) ents. Mr. and Mrs. Huntley llrndford (;0...'", Floridala
Lf Charles, A. Darby Redfearnl; last week. Probate No. ..1118.. .
) Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford In Re: Estate: of Isabel Mary "
and Tim
pJ5I __ County Florida 'Wayne Halbletb Fernandas Electric lly-pumptjd :
Simpson also Knowiraa
) _____________ fly Beulah M. Moody Deputy. Shaw both residents of Nor- Isabel. F.- SImpson. Deoeaaed. .: : :
% ww Cleric visiting with Notice Of Prolate '
9 Law Offices Of Philip Barton folk, Va are To All Persona. Interested In '
Attorney For Plaintiff their aunt and uncle Mr. and The Estate Of Said Decedent IRRIGATION '
200 Northeast Flrat. Street Ms.Harold sutton of Little You are hereby notified that .
Gainesville. Florida 82801. i a written Instrument dated October u<
.. /13 tt 7-i Lake :Keystone. While here 8. 1981, purporting to> be I
the Last Will and. Testament of *n
they have enjoyed challenging .
I -. la The Circuit (J.." Of The saId. decedent haa been admitted profitable" -* .
.. their aunt [Mildred] to several .
wiljIii. Jadlrlal' Circuit' Of to probate In thla Court .:
Florida ls A.d Ve. BradfordCounty. rounds of golf. Ton. are herebY oommandxif : .' ,
within six calendar months
''Mr.- and Mrs. Eddie Cardenas .."
Ca*e No.Kuth from the date of the first pub- ; ._ I,
.,. Kalbunch Plaintiff' 'and daughter Jeorglna of lication of this notice to appearIn
-- Ja.mll M. this Court and show caue". "J ,'j .
:: ". : Js Kalb..neh.'D..t"adr Peach St, ;were happy this If any you can. why the. actionof .1 '
: .nt.NOTIC1I! OF SUIT week: to learn that they had this Court In admitting! said. ..."> .. I .
.
.3 : ) TO: Jamil M. KaJbuneh received their American citizenship. Will unrevokod.to probate should' not stand. Thero's no denying: irrigation \ ...'. I
proper can :
f. P. O. Box: 5041University f I
t 1- : '
'" ( Fatten
Congratulations to /a deorira' ;
Of TennesseeKnoxvllle
1 : J-i, ..4J' 1 Tennessee the1 three* :of them. Circuit. Judir. Actinic. A. 'County make every ,acre bigger profit-maker.lt's a routlna-( '. '; :
You Are Hereby Np-tlfled that Judge- Of Bradford. County,
z ib .. production practice on thousands of Florida ,"
Mrs. Alfred Watson. Jr. and Florida
<. an action for divorce has been
-. __ 'rtff'to......." .,".. -1. 'fl. ;)( I filed agaInst you and. you are ton of San Antonio, Texas. HoiII.V.Florida KnlKht.Starke farms and groves where electrically-powered pumps
required to serve a copy of your
.
:. f!<; ...: written defenses if any,' to It are guests this week of Mr. Attorney, For Executor have proved their dependability/ d,:economy.
"%i on Kuiena F. ithaw. Attorney and 'Mrs:?.Alfred Watson Sr., v/13 4t T-4la ,

pJow fcom. The company who, It 'famous. 'for matting poopla comfortabJ I for 143 Plaintiff.West Call' whose Street a/ddress Htarke. I., of Lakevlew Drive The Clrrnlt-Coin Of The Electric motors give years of carefree service.
Fome..n air conditioner" 01 such quality it has an exclusive. the orlsrtnaj William E.); Rode of Pittsburgh RlKSJth' Judlrlnl' Circuit Of ; '
S. CENTRAL 6-y.lf protection, plan. I with Idrher'I1' of the above: florid. *, la ...... Fee BrsdferdClisafy. Thev start instantly.. No refueling is, .necessary. ., .
I AIRCONDITIONER I iifv! styled Court on or before July .'Pa.was a'recent! guestat '.
.'v .of and
.r In home aarvtc protection to Soap too*y t.m operating I no priming. Easily controlled by. time-clocks/ \
.:at 6. 19681 I otherwise a Judgmentmay the home 'of Mrs. 'Bess Case 30.
I no cb\for\ parts (except I filters'. exterior panels or grilles) during
the entire, five years. no cost during the entire, five year period for I the rell&l be, entered dnmanded against In. the you Complaint for- or float-switches. These contrqls tdn'' !frjake.tfngalion') .
compressor' replacement or leak repaira and no cost for labor on I automatic I and '
t I or Petition. labor-saving, cdnosaterto7':
covered. parts during the first year. Labor to replace and repair Witness my:: hand and the tues' 1
parts other than compressor" and sealed system leaks during last of said. Court on June 4. 1968. ;NEED READY CASH' -
four years 'will be purchaser responsibility.r I (SEAL) iI i Seq yourequipmant! dealeror, contact ts.

.......,...... .. Charles AY Darby .
,.. "' ,"""I As Clerk'Of' Said Court I a _ _
.. By Bettta.li! 1\(. MoodyA. '*-
E. J Deputy Clerk Co me Sec Us!. : )

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NOTES 'ifft blUO'E1'IID' %_ ti
III .
I. tirrnlt Court llrndforil 4 ": We make loan ,for I *
I PDW-ER
County FIu.'al !. Cba."..,., 2P : FLORIDA ft LIGHT-COHPAN .
worthwhile
any pur, :
4150!
U C..1n UriftlWal.r./ : ( HELPING BUILD FLORIDA. tr/ .
Judy '
S r.
Plaintiff IWBirt /.1 .r'Defendant. ; ,; pose..1
V t ,
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a. _....: ... r P I
NOTICE Tel APPEAR. : $25 to $600 '. '
;
Tos :Wr. Robert Walker TIT 4 I 7---' _l II
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Reliable Economical East University Avenue, Oalniesvllle _
QuietS 'a. '
"h.reb.t\otlftt.d' 'DO YOU'HAVE .! I "-c--: :: -p:. __- .. I
'
Aenerel that
Eloct.lo' i4
exclusive -
Super.Slved Colls Two-Speed Fan You CrC '

ln-ste CHmaluff.l-.built Compressor to pievenl motor I. ...Ixrl.'fall' assure forrnanca the hitS efficient remit eonflnp. In-lower re'opea'trio.. time to on maintain low npftarf a 'low moat nnma of a filed suIt.'aialnst for divorce you'In has the above,been. ) E, -Too many payments., _ .fj -f

,,..
U .OualHy components unsureunequalled opfluiiinq costs Saves you moneyl' ,Ittval. Only on vnry hot rfivi (nyc named OoArt ,Mid'crHise-and'you. ': k to make .. .-. C I. I .
ard ot _
dependability. Proven Up to 18%" required to serve a copy _,.
ova ordinary unite.. OO") U It automatically' Switched to ;S 1 4' I
the '
83* reliable. your" "D wer .0" pl a = most' desirable value ''''Url. high airflow. _. oomnlalnk on tbl Plaintiff. At* .-Toomany bills, .to 5e-;. -C : I I'c
o torney Hon. George, K. Pleroej If I "
; ., 203-301.. North" .Temple AvenU, .. pay?
CALL OR COME IN TODAY Starke!'.Florida di5d file thC .,,. Too tase --1: : 'L'L
-
orlll'lnaIn\ the office of th. many : :
l'1.rlt-oi'th" Circuit Court once
4. 0
.
GEORGE W. BROWN before 10"i; otherwise the ,'8th day thn oj.July hptlbon", Jr :W:=::;r % _Sc coming due -4.5 ( Vr- I

ofvald'eonfrwin. Complaintwillbe'takenaa .. '.. J! -.-.-. ____ C ______ I
br you. %
: Tftlw, hnCIre *hFbet6MlShid [iLet Us Help With Your Money .- \ \ ( ,___
YOUR QUALIFIED AIR CONDITIONING: CONTKAC'IOIt: Ann" e emh. : week for lour co-nse- -'U- \ ) .
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niitfte'nSk' $j M hi the BrsdfofJ Problema \
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County Tel 4raph. '
: 226 8. Walnut "Street Phone 961-7731 l.te5 1 t this loth day of June). ___ .

Starke, Fla. lees.(SEAL)' f :\, ,.11 TOWN FINANCE ''.CO _

Charles A DerbyClerit ,
AND YOU'LL MAKE THE : of the Clffult Court' |I' r _
COMPARE EXECUTIVE DECISION By Bmtlah, M. Moody DeputyClerk. $:N. Temple Phone 964-7449 t4r-F-
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JUNE
: 87, 1968 .. . -,

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...... ti. < ". .'','i'. ', ." ",nu """'" t, stated that he was making as rIMT-'BAPTIST CHURCH

." ,, ., ". ',1'' ', ''',.. 0 much ice as usual but was STARKE
'
., ..;.Ii'(" '},\ I""I .'. unable-to..,buy the"extra iceneeded'
; School.
: Sunday
1'I.r ;; '<' 1. o'I demand. Sunday -
.; ... to meet the Worshipat
/ Morning
9:45: 'a, m.
I ., He said it always>was necessary -
Revi
guest speaker,
111
', ;
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\ ;
'
ton'him to buy Ice at the
0 J associate. In
,..;:. ., peak of the summer.demand. Dick Roberts School
Sunday
Florida Baptist
i :r but that the City Ice: Se Fuel Union -
Training
Department
Company;*of Waldo his usualpouree'pf.extra
6:15 Evening Worship
,; :
supply was
/ < I
7:30: ; guest speaker Rev. Roberts -
unable'to' sell him any. He .

', et Jlr1'7W' scoured. Jacksonville without Monday Youth Choir
success\ but finally managed
Council meet-
Practice, WMU -<
.12 tons at Daytona -- --
to buy
ing Deacons Meeting 7 p. :
e 1 Ca Beach..By: 2 p. m. Sunday he ; MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL RATTORD BAPTIST NORTHSIDE BAPTIST GRABAAt: BAPTIST 'LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST .

.was out of Ice again. In addition m.Tuesday WMU covered Sunday-9:49: a. m. Sunday cnunpn i CIIURCII CHURClk' CHURCH >"

to" .the civilian demand locally.: dish luncheon 13 noon. WMU School. 11:00: a. m. Morning Schedule of service: Sunday Sunday School. 10 a m. .Sunday, School 10 a. m .. J

,.the. Army was buying business meeting 12:30.: WMU Worship, 6:00: p. m. Training Schedule of services: Sunday School. 9:45: a. M. MornIng Morning. Worship, 11 a. ... Morning Worsbip 11 a. u.; -">

Bradford County Schools program Ida Darby and Lor- Union 7:00: p. m. Evening School, 10 a.m. Worship, 11 Worship 10:45: a. m. and 7 p m.-.Her. Leland A. Evening Wontrip S p. na.' ? '

did .not.stay In sessions for ena. Epperson Circles In Worship., a.m. and 7:86: p.m. Training I Tialntntf Union 6:45: p. m. Baker pastor Prayer''' Meeting. WedneMMty! : '.... ,
nine, months of the year 25 charge 1 m I Wednesday 7:30: Prayer'erylcea Union 6:30: p-m. Rev. Jack Evening 7:411.. MIdWeek .
Bell Presented To Calvary Baptists p. Service : Thursday Visitation. 10a. I 8 PJ nru Sin* earte Friday: ally''
years ago but: the State Sunday itt and 3rd Wednes- Stolte pastor.KINGSLEY .
Wednesday $ Prayer Service Wednesday .. ....
m. and 7 p. m. p. m. Rev. Harvey. : Lane> pa*
By J. T. Quigley Estate Board of Education'' favored a School Superintendents Cab- nlght-7:00: p. m. FaintlyNight : 7:44: p. zYSMYRNA tor.. ..

nine,,month term for Home inet Meeting, 6:30: p. m. Prayer LAKE I NEW RIVER BAPTUn *

In a brief ceremorty; Sunday morning, June 16, tAe bell that Economics. Miss Daphne Nor- Meeting 7:30.: Church BAPTIST CHURCH MISSIONARY OALVARY BAPTIST ";

heralded services atnhe Gospel" Tabernacle for many< y *r. man.";head of Bradford High Choir Practice 830.: DOPE BAPTIST CHTOtCHIKIfbwny Sunday School 9:45: a. m. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School. 10 a. m.

was presented by Wilbur A. Scott administrator of.th. : pent most of June at 'work Sunday School! 10' .. m. Union 8:15 m. Tralnuir Union. 7 Eve- Morning Worship.' 11, a. 'm ',. .
tate of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley and Mr.:Qulgley'. ... .r, Training : p. services: Sunday School. 10 p. m.
Mrs. Elizabeth Tyrrell, of-Farmlngton, Conn.; to the Calvary In. the school building. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship-11 a. m. Evening Service 7:30: p. m. a. m. Preaching 11 ... m. nine Worship a p. m.Wednelldll.Y Training 'Unions' 6:80: p. M.Strvto .

Baptist Cl nrch. 'ocrupylnff' the forme..TabernlM'l.1NU1iolog .. Local housewives took lit- BROOKER Training Union-6:30: p.' m. Midweek Prayer Service Training Union 6:45 night service,) JlMfliII: *>' 7:10.' : PrayetMeeting '
advantage of her offer to Evening Worship 7:15: Wednesday 7:30: p m. Come : p. m. 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome Wednesday, T.tO: "
at Walnut and Madison Streets.. V"'' Sunday School. lit.. m. Evening Worship, 7 p. m.
; heh>"thera.- .can their surplus Worship 11 ... m.' let ns worship together. Rev. -JU L.: Parker, pastorCHURCH p.fm..- lav, A. K BntMi
Pictured at tile Morning m.Wednesday
ceremony are (from Ieftlt1tev.1." T. Butler produce-in.. ;the school kitchen. Training Union. 8:30: p. m. Night :!*layer Allen Price, pastor. I Everyone welcome .-- ElderA. : pastor.* ..
pastor pastor who recel\ed the gift on behalf of the lack Bet-vices 7:30: m. Rev.
Not daunted by others' Evening Service *:30. Rev. p. Q. Flynn, pastor. : OF CHRIST
church; B. E. McRae an early member of the.T b rniMla; of Industry Miss Norman set Lacy Conway pastor. Merle Packham. .1)I\star.r t i< PINE LEVELBAPTISTSunday I 9HEILBBONN: BAPTIST 1

Mrs.\ Tyrrell Mr. and M..... Scott and Mix Snmn! Wallace, to canning for the school '1Jcmog.! &. 18 a. d FIRST rRESBTTERIAl. Sunday: Bible Study 10 CHURCH IIIWAY 16 N. ,

former secretary of hd;TabernacIe.' + :t* .,,.. c !eteria. With the help of Church Or .Jems Obrist Of Morning. WrshJv. 11 *. m I I ... m.; :Morning Worship and

Mr. Scott annouifred'-that tt metal plaque, Inscribed to tb ]Mtoa. Martha Oriffls former Mrs. Lois Carter visited Miss Latter-day Saints Pre-aenrloM. [Booster Lands Sunday School 9:46: a. an. Communion' Service 11 a. m. ,Sunda,' Schools/9:45: a. tn. .

memory of Mr. and Mil,. ,Quigley, feunden of th..T. 6raMle. ,employee l i rof the WPA Nursery Debbie Phillips In Macclennyon [C416 East 'CaU St.) Young People, ,aDd Prayer Morning' Worship, 11 a. m. Evening services 8::00. Morning Worship, Training "

will 'be mounted later on the church'exterior wall '..d.ooa4.4othe 1' School she canned 40quarts Sunday. Miss Phillips is Services: I Service!, 6 p. m. Evening: ,Youth Fellowship, 6 p. m.Choir Wednesday! : Worship eervIce -I Union, 8:30. p., m. Bvenlng Ser .
Priesthood 8:45 Sunday '
of string beans 18 of : ; I Practice vice,, .7:30.: Midweek, Prayer
recovering from case pneu- Worship m': Wednesday
7 Midweek
bell tower' ,
t ,r quarts of butterbeans and 16 monia., School 10:00.: Sacrament I v 18 7 p. m.' Minister. J ck P. .I Service,..7:30: -Rev. I.,.r Tommr-: : :
11:00.: Service. Wednesday. ':10 0. p.m. Bell. .
quarts of peas. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rowe of Howe pastor/' :
O. Bureh.
Branch President Robert
"I am going to keep canning : m. E. R. Bowers;D. D. pastor.Rw
W. M Edwards chairman Nassau are spending a few Dean Hanson 9S4-6378. I ---=:;;a. .
f Just as long as I can buy .
E
Mrs. L. D. Mrs. Ber- 'lays with Mr. and: Mrs R. ------- .
Vfnlng. "
she stated.
25 Years anything'to can.
Ago
Aeddlsh' ATIJT'OQRCBSunday .
tha Pearce; Automobile and ,Fathers' Day, June 20. 1943, BBTnzx: I
i i Fuel Oil Panel. W. B. Mundy dedicated to the "fight Thursday visitors of Mr t School, 10 a. a

By Alice McGarvey, : "Chairman W. M. Edwards. ing was Dads whether they were and Mrs. L. M. McClellanwere Morning Worship 11 ... 'm An investment In Your Future i

u' .Jos_E.. Wilson county admlnlnstrator. on the home front manning Mrs Lou Deese of Hamp- Evening Worahlp,. ''!:so p m
W. P. Smith who had said third ton and Mrs. Micky Moore of
car- a serving
production lines or Prayer Meetin 7:3i: p m :l
ried the burden of wartime clerk would be employed by West Palm Beach. Mr. MeClellan's t
with the armed forces. Wednesday.-Rev. J. C. Hesters 1
rationing for Bradford County the board to assist W. L. mother Mrs. W. H. pastor. AlIENSliURCA

since Its inception: resigned Blair, chief clerk and Mrs. 4 Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Clar- 1MO/IKl1 spnbgffI !,.

his post In June" of 1943. Wimberly assistant. y ence Rhoden of Jacksonville FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH, .

He said that he had been try- visited them on Saturday.Mr. Sunday Services Sunday I. .

A War and Mrs. Ed Smith and : ... ., ... ......_,. ... .. ::? ... -
Ing to resign for a year tout Department release I School, 9:45: a., m. Morning .: ',' :<: : .:W.. ..., 0 f.:: :::>:* < tt qi:
05 k.t. Ohio are "'::':, : :
Pv of Wooster .
his health recently announced that daughter : : wr@t "
now demanded It. 1, an their vacation with Worship, 10:45: a. m. Evening ] i1 $lliJi.4';; tr: TM4KING
him unstated number of German spending
Replacing as'cha.1rmanof Service, 6:30: p. m. Midweek '
all-work-no-pay Jbb,' '. wasH prisoners of war are being Mrs. Smith's parents Mr. and Service Wednesday 7:19: p. WAV -

N. Fairbanks local man held ..at Camp Blanding. Mrs. Melson Prlvett and other m. Charles Reese minister. SP I
ager for the Florida PoTtt ''& relatives. :: .

Light Company. In an effortto There were few electric refrigerators Mr. and Mrs. George Gut- FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD .
to :
Md. have The drawbridge makes way for the boat come-into the city and down the :.
divide up the work of the in the county In hall of Baltimore OF STARKE ..
board the following "panels"were 1943 and it was next to Impossible returned to their home after West Weldon st. and RaI- eanal. Dredges make canals in open waters such as the gulf to make way for'ships' ..

organized: Price 'Panel1,1 to buy one during several days visit with her ford Road. to travel inter-coadtal l waterway. Police officers and secret service men clear\ a :. \ '

Vernon Howard qh, M'n l a'n: tltewar. ,, mother Mrs. W. M. Reddish Sundar School: 10:00: a.'m. path in the crowds to make way for an important foreign potentate so that he might,' ] :
Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs* 12. Local Ice-plants were run- Mr. and Mrs.! Jim Roberts 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship! : ..

L. Biggs; das and Tire Panel ning at capacity and still and children of Fort Lauder- e:00: p. m. C. A. Services; ,7:00: I arrive at his destination. ::1

H. N. Fairbanks chairman V. were not able to keep up dale were visiting her uncle p. m. Evangelistic Services. ''I :
the who clear and show the right i path>
members theyiay.
Maxie Church can ,
S. St. John W. T. Clute and with demand. W. L. Wall and aunt.Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday: 7:30 p.m., MidWeek are ones :

V. H. Howard; Food Panel. owner of the Starke Ice Plant Reddish, and other relatives Prayer Meeting. to those who have not found the way to our Lord. 1 ..

last week. Pastor: Lester 1 V. RichardTfOKTHSIBB -
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. McClel leash 40:38 reads, r.-pare ye the Way of CoW L$, make straight in th8'd/Merf f! ;

lan Mrs. Ola Starling and : BAPTIST. a highvfay for our Gad'S.. ,, :;! __

JACKSONVILLE Mrs McClellan's and Mrs. < Located onk '&,...,.* yfdeh! 4'
'
Madison i Street Starling's mother. Mrs. R.Futch H. way ISH.[ 2251] t Ration Road Support your church in every way you can. Ask someone to attend church with -:

Futch attended the [tSR 181.] services: Bund u
this week.
Baptists Have family reunion in Leesbui on I you &: :
School ..0... m. Bandar t .
Business i Directory\ New Pastor.. Sunday. Among the relatives Morning: Worship 11 a., m I .rSi J .
the late Mr. { "
were ,
attending M
i Training Union 6:30 p. m. 1P' Y ; L, .
---_-5i ,-.? .. -- Rev. 'Denton. Sumrall isthe Futch's sister.sister-in-law Mrs. Della Brining Service, 'J::30. MidWeek : 9 v '= <,:, ;
new pastof of 'the'Madison: Green and hi* Prayer Service Wednesday ., .
t ,.1' Mrs J. Q Futch. 115 members ..
Street Baptist Church arriving 7:30.--Ran, Glean Law- .
Auto Sales & Senrjce\! 1 MOTORCYCLES of the family were present at
here June 14 to begin toon.paotor.
... :
LANDRO"'ER'The .- his pastorate.A this time. chil- .
Futch and
native of Mississippi the Mrs. Floyd CHURCH OF GOD -

World's Finest In HONDAM new pastor is a graduate. of dren and Mrs. Lee Green vis- 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. ..
4 Wheel Drives' ited Mrs. Llnnie Harris in I
Mississippi College at Clinton Sunday School 10 a. m. Wor- .
Sold and Serviced byRoberts' ON T E.S A and from New Orleans Baptist Manville during Mrs the D.week.J. Put-Mr.Futch's ship Services 11 a m. and ..

Chevrolet MOTORS!!! & CYCLES CO. Theological Seminary. He has \ sister visitor 7:30: p. m. Prayer .

Green Cove Springs" 3033 See Honda's Hot 3SO! served as a student evangelist ney, was Sunday Mrs. Mamie Friday. 7:30: p .-Rev. L.S.I, ; ..
Jacksonville 264-960O their mother.
and
and pastor while completinghis Williams pastor.BOATDRAINT .
494D Blanding Blvd. work there. Futch returned with her to .

Parrish Motors'HALES Phone 771-8244 Mrs. Sumrall is the former spend a few days. L.' BAPTIST 11L :
MOTORS\ A CYCLES Sylvia Carol Martin daughterof Visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. CHURCH STARKE

4049 Blanding Blxd. 771-8244. Mr. and. Mrs Haywood Wllklson and family over Jer-the Sunday School 10 a. m. .... ; JIj"rfi.. ;,."" "''' ,,('' '''' f.orJF" '' :
Martin of Lake weekend were their son :Morning Worship 11 a. m. f.;... '.'" ( J't' : 11.rI' i
SERVICE! City. and family of << >",.. -"j!,. ., ."' 1'r.: .
ART3. !) All members and friendsare ry Wllkerson. visited Training Union 7 p. m. EvenIng ,)I s.4+ -4.'c: .
they .
cordially invited to attend Orlando. While here Worship. 8 p. m. Prayer "..Iri". : "' .!.f'I!!);.", ... ', Ek"
i MUSIC services and meet Rev. other relatives. Their Meeting. Wednesday, 8. p .- ::*::;,' 'iIiQ.'i;' : ,, <>>' : Mie+::< ''i ""

Always Good Used' Cars and Mrs. Sumrall. They are son Freddie who Is serving in. Rev. yirgll r,Lovett, pastor. r KM.Ownk h SWi..***.*..!..HCT.h Ml imM.(w"HKM..II|.*.........W.hot. ct1NIrtmattt.en :
"21 Laura At. Ph. 'SiS6- 6M residing In the pastorlum at the Merchant Marine was a. ./.d askes.w.M a.H mpwtf Ie""KM' .Im kf Mt. Ml..h. .....mkwtNX :

BEAUTY ACADEMY Paulus Music Co. 1404 W. Pratt Street.LAWTEY. Monday overnight visitor of Mr. BAYLESS HIGHWAY i: Mil .re.,.di.... Y .tow W M. w t>..nmmn w wiry .r M* rf kfc .* .... r ..

Arnold Grlffls son BAPTIST CHURCH ji! ....-. ... .MM. "..... .*... es ltd. ii............ pit it nIws. .
Band A String Instruments t..y...............a and Mrs. J. M. Griff, len Sunday School, 10 ". m.; free tits t.M. tl. .<... UK ijtdd. t.rl""" d.e. Dual. ,1w till tdN.. d Ms .... :

American Gibson Guitar A; Amplifiers Oakland, Calif this week for Morning Worship Service 11 If .Ilwnll .. 11II .IMuM/.aw.. .Spit. .. bw.wr. -r ,.. MwwMil. ed. ... : .

Hairstyling Vietnam.Mr. a. nf.s Training Union 6)30) NclpiM" In .Ikt Duo team I .Mb Nw .IMk.. ".YM"" mmim.,<.... mt <..*..... M <:" ..." :

.. School.SuppliesInatructlonRobert. Recorder \ and Mrs. Pierce Crews p. m; Evening ,Worship, 7:30 1: I hili ebbs dei wi''M. Woe 1M Ie ... dIIW :a I w. ...r.e.A &lQ IL' ..
Academy visited Mr. Crews' brother-in- p. m. _M.aa'x1Ofi

:21 W. Monroe 353-0501 Music Ubrary-Exptlrt By. Enza: BlanehardAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.4 law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Prayer Meeting, Wed., 7:30: : ;$ W :.
Repair Department In Orange
W. H. Richardson p. m.: O. A. Meeting.< Wed.
<, 41 W. Monroe 355-8147 AA A f of last week.
RiversideHairstylingr Park on Tuesday 7:30: p. m: Choir Rehearsal this Feature Published in the Interest of Better the :
Church Activities On Wednesday Mrs. Crews I a Community by Follow-
Wed., 7:30: p.: m.: Brotherhood -
Grace Methodist and her, niece Mrs. W. F. At- ij :
PIANOSFor Sun- sister meeting" last MondayIn ins Civic-Minded Business Firma
Academy'. School 9:45 a. m.. Worship 11 wood, visited: Mrs. Crews' each month*. Rer. David .

2659 Park Sv. 388-8537. a.. m .The WSCS met Tuesday Mrs D. L. Shaw In Ala- Medeiros.MDISON"STCEET. vaster STARKE '

Modern Styling Musical Advice night at the church with Mrs. chua General Hospital. B. L. FAULKNER Edwards Grocery &: BUILDERS :
R. E.i Lee Visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Qualified Instructor in charge of the
Accredited VA Approved C. CARTER NICE program. Wilkison Jr. and family during BAPTIST CHURCH SUPPLIES, Inc.' :
weekend were their Sunday School. 9:43: a. m. GULF SERVICE Mkt.
Day or Night ClasHes First Baptist Sunday the Mr. Morning Worship 11 a... m. .
and daughter Aa. HardwarePatat
ELECTRIC MOTORS at]_: School a. m,. and 9:45: 7:30:a. m.p. m.Worship Training 11 and son-in-law Mrs. William 8. King, and Youth Choir Practice 4:30: 'p. U-HAUL RENTALS Grocerlefl=Meat*.-Feed' o-pletct IDa&artBI' BopoMw .

King's brother-in-law and m. Youth Fellowship ,Supper, au a ou and. sponaq ..4* .
Union 8:30: p m., Midweek services Mr:
Robert 5:49: ; Training Union 3:15;
Peavy Brothers' ChIckering and Other ,Wednesday 7:30.: p. m. sister Mr. and family Mrs.and his WMU Prayer Circle.; ) 7:15: Truck Trailer Ph. 4-SS12 Starke Fla. CJIDJ'K'' WITH TJ. LS "
/ Name Brand Pianos Church of God Sunday Montez and .
Electric CoELECTRIC
Evening Worship 7:30.: .
Mlms. 14aleComplete
father Tolly King of lit 11Ys.biag/ea/ IaLr" ;
School 'JO a. m.. Worship 11 '
,KIMBALL "SWINGER"ORGANS Monday WMU Business
MOTORSS.ld8ervlcedRep&1red and Mrs. Lubrication :
a. m. and 7:30: p. m. YPE Guests of Mr. Meeting. Brotherhood Meeting I '

Wednesday) 7:30: p m. Pierce Crews last Friday! were 7.30: m. Nl-Db.. ... Lawson Meat MarketAND'COLDlBTORACO :
GeneratoreStartbne'Armature \' Roosevelt Mall 883-8519 Spencer Crews, and ; p. sit
Rewind****tuf' -. Highland Baptist Sun- their son. of .Jackson Tuesday Circle 1 meets I I Minor Tune-ups ( :
4014. Ixinox 38125'28j\ day School 10 a. m.. Worship daughter: Laura Spencer' 9:30: a. m.Wednesday. ( .
11 a/m. ville. Their grandson -
and
8 Choir
SEWING CENTER p. m. Jr spent Wednesday I Prayer Meet" 1011 N. Temple, Ave. Ph. OHI-RHOO! OF STARKE INC. w. Speeiallae Y o..e- w.tee.r :
,
; practice 7 m.. Prayer ser- Crews I
MATERNITY WEAR p. ing 7:30 p. m. Church- Choir ,. "c. Oatttaj a WrapptarPrepare .. .
vices,8 p jn Wednesday. evening.Mr. Practice 8:30.: u.s. 301 NORTH Fee WwmmPHOrTB
Mrs R. E. Lee attended Peep :
and
On Friday Mr. and Mrs. I I '
H. &N.. Horace Cox of Waldo took graduation exercisesat FIRST METHODIST Ph. 96<-76.. Starke. Fla. .W7050OOMKAl :

Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins to Santa Fe Junior College CHURCH STARKE DOYLE CONNER ;

SEWING CENTER St. Augustine where they visited last Friday afternoon Karen Sunday Church School.I
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Din, Lee was one of the graduates

console Model makes fancy, de- kins Jr. and David and attended John Lee attended the FFA 9:45 11:00: : a.a.m.m.; ;Morning MYF activities.Worship I i Insurance Agency BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA \ :

f7n 4"Jacksonville's" Mghs, Utche4. monograms, the first night of the Convention In Daytona Beach 6:30: p. m.; MYT. Meeting,.. I, 8-A-V-
overcasts,, '. ws on buttons, symphony drama "Cross and last, week. '
Evening
7:00: p. m.; Worship, TELEGRAPH :
Moat'Ojinplete make button' holes tle t blind Sword'! in the new amphi Mrs. R. E. Lee visited her 8:00: p. m.Monday. EST :
I With Your Mutual Agent
attiehee.O attachments theatre. On Saturday they mother, Mrs. G. L. Peterson Prayer Group. .
Mother-to-Be
Shop for Demonstrators $48 or f$ .pertnoCall toured the city including the I I'I'ln Baptist. Hospital Jacksonville :
10:00 a..111.Wednesday 222 N. -Tempi Ph. '6 17369Charley Phone 96&-6305 OHTROL
last Saturday.YOTIYF
JUDY'SMATERNALANEr
: Jax 771-1850 ancient cemetery and all other' Prayer Meet-'I .

I 9 ;"i .X. UU. U>L. L j MK- J points of Interest.Mrs. and Bible Study. s COS.

Ernest Wells has returned I l OP IMTKNTIOV' : ( TOHFUISTt'R Thursday Chancel Choir I I Printing-Office Supplies ,
1007 Park St. 835-003} .FlfTIIIOI I > \>1MNotlr
WESTERN) STORE home after two weeks :
;
J : I lit, narbv; nlvon that the Rehearsal. i E. Johns
MOTORCYCLES, I .t' t 1 1 > i > 1 1 iv spent with her son and daugh- tinclorxlxncil. under. the provision '
ter-in-law Mr and Mrs. E. of HHI,.tlon! 865.09, FloridaHtatuiefl < ST. MARK'S 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla. :

Triumph' !J \TI .R\.lQ&\ B Wells. In Huntsville Ala. tti. I'lork, 1961.of the will circuit rpglmer: Court.In with. I. EPISCOPAL CHURCH I Agency BRADFORDABSTRACT Phone 964-574S. for FREE
.. Lonny Prescott of Kingsley ami for Bradford< County Holy Eucharist 2nd. 4th i Inspections. & Estimates :
I 01 proofof sElt4Pi:: : tAL INSURANCE
Florida upon receipt
dinner l.o' and 5th Sundays 8 a. m. j
Lake was Sunday : of noti'e,
publication
Jacksonville u Western StoreWotWntf : guest of his sisters Mrsj Hat- th. flotttloun name of HAMPTOM Church School: Each Sunday \ I4.bedy Bat N.bedy "."eneUe Company Hurst Shell Service, :

TA3IAHA\ TRItlMCH < Lthergs. tie Darley, and Miss Slnnah MILLWORKS! 'buelnere! ..under. which At Wester hl -V I engaged In
am CARL, HURST :
60co To eSOce: Prescott and visited' another I O Ko* III\ Humnton. Fin.. ,Eucharist1st"and Cl&artq .. Job- AC- 158 W. CALL ST.
Serrhor Saddles and' Trailers F Ituvle. P.' 0>: Box n JOt, A 180 Wu. !91-1-6111 "
Sales Parts f sister, Mrs. Alice Austin and 4).11' .. 3rd>jjBund>iys; 14tnnintPlal-, tiny. ,
l I\fotol't'yc'leM In, tork \ :C "lrJH' f, ?1WPP.?tty ,t daughter Mrs.: Elizabeth Red- I **. lluinntont, thin .rush Wiuv' .day.,)I. .of wn June r.Ont'l _, er, 2nd and:! 4th Sundays; Litany 1St Il'aiiiui" Pb. WI-W70) Starke, Fla.lb.. 964-fiSSl ,M 8.: Walavt, H *jrwTlltmJlnAY :: ,_ :

'U8 Phillip Hwy V. S. IJJJacksonville I > 60'J S. Edgetvood' 31-1210 ding and other relatives. A f> I xtnrkft. Bradford County, and Ante-Communion 5th

359-7245 Mrs. George L. Shuford and Florida.. 1/20 4t 7-18 Sunday; 11.. m. i







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Here'q''' I'--Ow, you build your let '

By Joyco BtokerSorry :ST A T' ''TODA VII

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA to been LL; i1 l\\ 4 ii 'i \ I PIECE only 29cwith N.or pure more hi" V. THIS WORTH COUPON '} k
have away so
long have changed employ 2 PIECES only SSe' with a purchl" MIUI nntau if Mt M"IINEN
rs tflM"
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or mme r
and
ment am now Adjusted
r., 11

to very the busy new putting Job, also vegetablesIn been 3 PIECES only 87 t a/39urmc1l/ t' ''Y'v; ,l Vinyl Place .Mats$2.4*,

the freezer and with sum- 4 PIECES only $IIL with I ptchse.. With coupon $t.19
mer here and lots and lots 01 $12 or mOil '
Cov *n pet tfint July 3n1 ,
of company, but now maybe
everything Is leveling off and 5 PIECES only $1].45 with 01 $15 I purthne or mole, o o mo 0 0 -a
,
I can get back on the Job. r ,,, 10A.4rOWlNONO+.Oud. .
So many interesting things AND MORE Contir.ue amounts of abovg listing to. ;' +"O I '''--'- -- ;
.'. there Is limit( .,
match ; .
your purchase reo I
w
have happened In the lasttwo ?
: a" SAVE 5pC ;
month, among them ; ..
III f- ... ..... .
are: :: j .. ,t, ed
0 STOa :x: "rs:
Sharon Harrell's wedding at ,: .1.
P Patio/Barbecue'/ s I
the Brooker Baptist in June- JUNE j jetgate
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESriWED-PRICES GOOD THRU 30 .
such a lovely wedding and INC.-CaPYM1LHr-I.Q "t fit null, .. ...,.....;.*1M '.T
VTINM DIXIK
showers for her given by 1.itheeuaor, ,! ,...?..raA.Y. : '

friends at the Brooker Civic ',. I File illThirni-Timp truli Him Coupon pat Hint July 3"l. I
Center also a lovely bridal r V ,

shower given for Eddie Douglas "T I 1"1 _"i.l"J..l.] 1II .:._ __. _. ,,
and Marlon Green Douglas J '\".
.
] at the Civic Center last '
week-the building was beautifully I .

decorated with blue e ___I! __ V V ':., n.t'! .
and white refreshments of 1 1 Can limit On. Coffee of,Your Choice: Wilh $$5.03 iw More Purchat ExcfuJing' GgartltaS) '''' '
Individual cakes and punch .. t
were served the guests by the
ASTOR COFFEE. 48
hostesses: Mrs. Bobby Dyal, ;
Mrs Bill Blgham. Mrs. James .eoo .

Temple Miss Shirley Green, s 't S r t 1 Con limit On Colft.ol Your Ckoic.Wjth$5.00 or Mae Purchow Excluding CtorariM
Mrs. M. O. Han-ell. Mrs. Ern t' 't w :
est Edwards Mrs. Lloyd Dyal Y V I w 5j$
FOLGER'S COFFEE
,and Mrs. Bobby) Parrlsh. Out _
_
of town guests. were Mrs. Rob- m

ert Oreen mother of the Gl. WHITE 4 BLUE ARROW Unit. On. Wilh S00 or Mor Purc Excluding '
'bride of Btarke and Mrs .. -
'Strickland1'Jetty Hazes of Gainesville.and Mrs.." Pansy : ::: .t.49

t, We have had six house f
guests recently Mrs. Kathy # : l .:
-1:1": ;)..
Clayton of Dundee Dale Stok : )t. t.. ;-
.es of Lake Hamilton Mrs. Iva ,rA B V ;10Inch ELECTRIC ALUMINUM' r1 ?y :iuT..
McKInney of AUburndale. aad .

at present Robin stokes of 'I Fans..699 :CII
.
'Lake Hamilton Is spendingtwo r

Mr.weeks and Mrs.with G.us.E. Green, R e 201nchELECTRIC' ; CHAISE : Y sree, -' "


,Temple week Cherie Sgt.at Gene are Lake HInton Edwards vacationing Wlnotte.and of Laurie Gaum this \w e Fans -i 9! .: :; : ) :


and his wife. Mrs. Gene Edwards (;\t" /

and baby girl of Col- ,s.p12'020 Can ,: s .
umbus Ohio is spending sev- Purchoi,* Excluding, Cigarette' IS Inch Al COA 12 en CANNED All FLAVORS INCLUDING FRESHEY ffig .ji ARROW +

eral days visiting Mr. and SCHLITZOfMaf :... ....,$1.09 ALUMINUM FOIL 49< COED DRINKS 10/69* 41ii";'"
PAPER TOWELS.iVAP.IHmiLK
Mrs. Ernest Edwards' and ....... ...... ...... '
family.' **: I5HI| 27.01. DEEP SOUTH HAMBURGER 1 No. 303 Con THRIFTY MAID WK I.. 2O.lb. Bag BRIQUETTES .r.' N' .,

Whittle Chris Mr. and of and Jacksonville Mrs.sons James David. were and L. SLICED DILLS..e..e.e.39* ............7/l. CS CORN................ 5/l. CHARCOAL. ..._ !....... ;1": '

JRollPln, SOftWEVEBATHROOM. THRIFTY MA 1 18 on. DEEP SOUTH STRAWBERRY 3H lb ROCKINGHAM WHOIL. L ,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E. '
.Bigham and family Sunday. TISSUE;... 23* :FRUIT DRIOKS..4/$1., P.RESERVE.39'< CANNED .CHIKEN.9 i 't,
Chris and Davis are staying
for a few days this week. On 100 CR FONDA 9"WHITE No W Can lYKES Qlt DEEP SOUTH No."303 Can ASTOR FRUIT **

.Mr.Monday and they Mrs. Bigham accompanied toP PAPER PLATES.......... 69* VIENNA, SAUSAGE... 5/l. NIAYOfnaAlSE......... ... 49t* COCKTAIL..-........ ...::5tt. : }

spend a few days near John- I
eon getting in some fishing USDA CHOICE W D "
and swimming. e
f'i.OAST i&4i
Mr. and Mrs. GUY E. Cox r .
f .and family of St. Paul, Va. ..000004.. ''!

spent several days last week I a 0 USDA CHOICE W-D BRAND CORN FED BONELESS rep* "rvrlt"!
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tommy 0 O 1

Cox Karen and Hodge family.of Tallahassee F ROUND ''STEAK IOSVO98USDA

Pat La Fontaln of Jacksonville .

and Sarah Vause of CHOICE W.D BRAND CORN FED lj.; ,9n
Wildwood spent a few days Rr. rr; t 'iyraw cgk waS A -f: )
:last week with Patty Bigham, 'sO.J. bA F ,[ ro I CHUCK S'EAK. 59
Mumps are in the air -so . . .II. .
beware-hear that little Doug
I USDA CHOICE W D BRAND CORN FED ROUND BONE ""
and Don Green both ha.veI

I them-and they are now par = "ROASr. 791.i:
,tial to little folks. Regina
,
.Parrish also has them. -

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bennett. W.D BRAND BEEF SHORT I 2'.Hb.' Pig W D BRAND All MEAT BEEF STEW or GROUND-.J. .

and family of Houston Texas .' :,.... 'v AJ7".T"; ,-l'-1.VsV!; ; >..T.T.T..r.'TSJT"i; ; : /.;. :' >;;'
are visiting relatives here In ? ; : : : *>'' ; |':: : RIBS.I IB.39 C HUK. ,I :t
,,Brooker this week including T-Bone Ot Sirloin i . ,.II
Mrs. Bennetts' parents the
W D BRAND BEEF PLATE '
Green's. and Mrs. WD BRAND LEAN GROUND (Plus \\00 SlompO)
Lee Roy Mr. I

Toyko Bennett Japan will, be where leaving he will for! A 4 LBS.. $1 BEEF. 5 f" ,
jj .
be employed within the next
few weeks. !:: j

Mrs. Steven Laycheck and
_
children of Manhattan Beach .t .
Calif spent a few days with
her sister and brother-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Thomas. t ,
Eric Tomlinson is spendingtwo SUNNYLAND SMOKED WHOLE SHOULDERPICNICS
weeks with Dusty ReedIn
Panama City. '

Mrs. Alberta Stokes and
Mrs. Wilma Fipps spent two 371.
days in Florence S. C. last t}

L .
week.Mrs.. Ernestine Dukes of .
Gainesville spent Tuesday ._._.......______.__.____..__.. n--------------------' .. .
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'with. Mrs. C. L. Atkinson. : EX.-RA. : EX-rE. : t '''*'. ,,

end Mr.daughter and Mrs.of Robert Donaldson'Jones .: jiW...GREEN....IWIM STAMPS......"...... : I I Sri d IM)(MHIfMI GREEN GOVMM STAMPS.M.........W :. '-J't'.": '.m< ",Y'.''f.. }t,'f:
.
ville Gar, were vlsitin g Mr. : 413 r... IS F"KHOLtOWAT > : tII.e B-L. PKII.W i. '';f.= Y. 5
and J'" HOUSE IAUC. 4i1 D BHANO LKAM I i "..tp. ...
and Mrs. C. U Atkinson U ,
Beef : k
Ground ,
: .. { Pizza Pies : e y"1
Mrs. Lottie Jones last week-
: .OOD. TMPIU JUNI! ::110'; 'OOO.. THRU.. .. JUNI.....!.!, SOE : e ;..Pt
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end.Sorry to learn that Frankie ..__._-----..._.'''...-......._. :.. .._-;._.._-----_...-..-.....,. S I II ;.


taken Tomllnson.: under had his. arm 8 stitches after a ;I! I I d>t GREEN., STAMPS.. :;: I I .d'..|W...,GREEN tnTBF/STAMPS ; ,m :
fall on a truck he was loading Y.IIM MnrM U-ww nNN YUUwwwr.":.Nw. i I i'1i
hay on. ;'I I !1017 2.L.PM.'W.D: : .;. ,"" .
'I W *I4 :9 FKO.FATIOEnchilada VNAND ritOZKN. .tIK 1f.1111 ''N I
The Brooker Baptist Church
had quite a treat Sunday I!I J.t.'J.:: Dinner r4+ Cube Steaks tUITN;l I _, ."J : .

nIght: The Lovett Brothers j.l. eooDtNKUJYNJO..."""' ..-.......: > 1_ OOOO......"THUU. ..-JUNK,...!..:SO .. .._I-": ".... "..
were at the Church and presented -- -- '
a program of spiritual -E.X .R -r--------i .X.A :' )
J j
music. After the program I I :.( GREEN STAMPS : I I 4Yl GREEN,STAMPS :: ./ ii' M.
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was Invited over to Y.Y.ww.wNNwNN rtIN NtMtTMH wn AM*flCMM4 flfrfl
everyone GEORGIA RED JUICY Half Gallon THRIFTY MAID Alt fLAVOn" : .
the Pastorlum where delicious I tt..S "Ka. vW : > :I.LII. I>K>. : I

:refreshments of cake and I .D CHOFPKOBeef Steaks. : JW Sliced MAPLI Bacon MM.I. : PEACHES 6 { .
., ,, [BS
punch' was served to. the 60 t.!:: OOD THKU JUNI 3O .J.J. ;a. OOOO.. THKU, JUNC SOAH B R $1-lce Milk2/p: !

people who'attended. f. ...... : : ..... ...j: U. S. No. 1 YELLOW lt
The New River Baptst
Church has just completed : EX..R : EX-THAt. : ONIONS .3 It. 39. B.ar. OCOMA .e; .
their Bible School and had : ,4'Jl. GREEN STAMPS :\ GREEN STAMPS : JAG ; ,
Yu M YYN wrawxmwN .MMwrw-r- :
YNN M'.N- PIES 'f.
Bible'School- exercises Sunday : :: lARGE FRESH HEADS MEAT I ............******61$..1:.*.ti
night at the New River d'/ +"l 1. I qr.. CHARCOAL. spas or CAN eovr : i : ;;Jcr .;:.
Church. I Igniter : Oven Cleaner ;''VI ?
: : .l LETTUCE 2 4'9J.12.0X..ASTOR '
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:I 000 THRU JUNK. 39 00011 THRU. JUNK. !. JO : . . HEAOS) E c E..31$1
-ADDING MACHINES: Manual ______...._..:::-i1:: :::':___..'I: _...-;-______:::::-_: :_:::___.._. 6oz. LIBBYSLIMEADEOR REGULARORPRdRi r

or el'Atrle. For sale or EXTRA ::1 EX.TRA. : 2S.lL. &UPRFIRIPEWA1E JUICYPERSlmUMESISUNKIST/ LEMONADE ;,:

rent A4f.rabtract. credit ball i 'dv(.'GREEN STAMPS ;;'1' I d'x GREEN, STAMPS j Melons 7ft' LemonsDOZ.39 MRTONAlLFlAVOR( ................9/999
County Telegraph .NYNwwwnNwNr wttit Mmf J n hOvMH AM*ttMCNAM* ,
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lao '-0.. "... N..,... ".aa7ot., CAN CREAM, .
PIES. ,
: LewcALO.'. Jw i: e HafGaIIon.lfMOlol.tlMEorCiRAPECOOL.n'! .Ir .... ... '
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ADD 'MACHINE ROLLS :. .. N.>.':".:t..::110 ::1 ": OOOO.....THNU..... .JUNI.....!!,3O ;: Ib"> II < D. nks 3/89 DiNNERS t '..
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