Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Board Shaw Unhappy ,Shaw

Doubles gi With ReorganizationBecause Praises

MeetingsAn the massive organ ive Department of Health and Article

ization bill for Florida government Rehabilitative Services whichis
places the division directly under the governor. Rep. Gene Shaw praisedthe

of Corrections under the governor The big department will contain new conference com-
experiment!! with twice per Rep. Eugene Shaw sayshe's 22,000 state employees.A mittee home rule bill
months meetings will be- tried unhappy with it. pro cabinet man, Shaw describes which went to the
by the Bradford County Commission The prison system has been himself as "very un gover-
at the request of the placed under the new and mass- happy" that, as a member of nor Tuesday after passing
.board's two newest members. the House- Senate.conference both state houses.

The first mid-month meeting committee which worked out the "The day is short-lived when
is set Monday. June 16. at 8 SR100Wreck compromise passed Tuesday by county commissioners will be
p.m. ,in the courthouse. Regular both houses with only four dissenting able to hide behind the legislature
meeting day for the Commissionis votes, he was not ableto ," Shaw told The Telegraph
9:30: a.m. the first Mondayof retain the Division of Corrections Tuesday when it was still

each month.Suggestion t under the entire cab nip and tuck as to. whetherthe
for more meetings inet.There House would accept the
came from Commissioner Ralph is no question but what home rule compromise.
Bryan, who said one meeting : f !k 1 the governor's office has been Counties will get broad new
a month is not enough. He said Is/ FatalA granted greatly expanded responsibilities powers for. self government,
matters arise in the middle of Shaw says. But the Bradford legislator said.
the month which he needs the he pointed, the bill Is not a tot- Shaw terms the compromise a
entire board for come up with Yt rl da Starke woman, who died al loss.The cabinet retains con better bill than the original
an answer. The extra meeting in a head-on collision! In Starke trol of the all-important functions House version which he termedtoo
killed la of purchasing ther per broad. Some county -
could be used to plan policies, was one of 14 persons governments
he said. Florida over the Memorial Day sonnel. he said, would have
however been afraid to act under sucha

weekend Shaw said Tuesday,
Commissioner J. M. (Buck)
Norman backed Dead Is Martha Alfie Thornton he will dedicate him general bill because they
up Bryan, sug- of 913 E. Thomas Street. The self in the 1970 session of the would claim they didn-'t know
gesting the additional mid- A newly designed Bradford High School) flag, shown above, was presented to same accident sent three other Legislature to extricating the what they would have been permitted

month meetings be held In various the student body Monday, June 2, by officers of the Student Council. persons to( the hospital. Prentiss prison system from under con to do.
U done In
Alachua County. as He asked for Campaign Prin. Ralph Diggs accpts the flag, which will be used by the marching band Camplin of Dee's Trailer Park.is trol of the governor.The The compromise is "broad-

quarterly meetings in Brooker, and in ceremonial occasions, from Student Body President Reggie Flynn, holding ] In the VA Hospital In Gaines new Department of Health enough enough to so act county and yet commissions specific -

Lawtey Hampton. the flag. Also participating in the ceremony is Stella Jane Costello, left, stu- ville, where he was listed In, and Rehabilitative Services can't hide behind Itand say

Clerk Charles Darby pointedout PromiseFulfilled dent body treasurer; Olive Ann Ruby, !student body secretary, and Jim Shuford, satisfactory and condition Billy Rae Tuesda.y.Phyllis Thomas. includes the functions of pri- they are afraid to act," Shaw

that commissioners often student body vice-president. twins of Mrs. Thorn- sons and youth services, welfare said
'|are asked to make decisions or The flag fulfills a campaign promise made by Flynn last year. The Student ton 11-year-old were sent to Bradford health, mental health and Under the bill now on the

:their own when they only have Council sold candy and used funds from its! first! place float in the Christmas pa- County Hospital where they mental retardation, the blind, desk of Gov. Claude Kirk,
vocational counties are given "powersof
power to give an answer as a rade to purchase the flag. were treated and released after
reau of the Bllnda. and local self government"and
,board in session. However be It was designed by architect Donald McIntosh: of Tampa. two days. health community county commissions may
and facilities.
said night meetings have been __ ___________m_ __ The accident was one of six .hospital enact ordinances "for the health -

'tried In the pass to allow the At accidents In Bradford County _"It's Just too big," Shaw said safety; or welfare of Its
public to attend but were not 13 DefendantsSet County Impasse over the weekend. The other Tuesday from Tallahassee. He citizens not inconsistent with
successful. Darby noted that accidents were minor "fender rears tne big department will general or special law." Cur
even the press sometimes missed : benders." turn Into a political footballfor rently counties have only those
the night meetings. The fatal accident occurred at the governor with department power granted them by the Leg
Chairman Dave Shufford's For TrialIn Alligator Creek 4:38: p.m. Saturday directly In heads changing every four islature. .
suggestion to try the mId-month! front of Starke Industries, Inc. years with the governor raiding *--
meetings in the courthouse fora (the old bowling alley). down into every departmentto Other legislators hailed the
few months was accepted as Circuit Court. Mrs. Thornton was pronoun- award political jobs. bUl as "a new bill of rights
a compromise. Neither of the ced dead on arrival at Bradford Shaw emphasized that he has for local government in theStateof
veteran members of the board County Hospital at 5:15: p.m. fought continually to keep politics Florida."
Shuford Mrs. Jessie Chastain. Trial calendar for the Spring Drainage StalledThe but Capt. Bill Chambers Investigating from the prison system. The original home rule bill

or Zedra Hamilton seemed' enthusiastic term of Circuit Ccurt in Bradford officer, said "As far State employees should be was introduced into the Senateby
about: the additional County has been set, and as we're concerned she was Judged on merit and perform Sen. Bob Saunders of Gainesville
meetings but agreed to go along killed instantly" Chambers said ance, he contends.The who represents Bradfordand
-, with the experiment. Hamiltonwas trials will begin at 9:30: ( a.m. County Commission has county has dug the canal east Board the U. S. Corps of En- that number of people searched reorganization plan creates 22 other counties. That
the only board member Monday, June 9. done about all it can do on of Starke and west of the ginners is now making a drain a 22 state agencies with about briefly worded bill granting
for her pulse rate and were
Hearing the trials of the 13 widening and cleaning out Alligator Edwards leaves St. here. and gives Gov. not dele-
property study all
age 60,000 employes counties powers
(Continued "On Page Eight) unable to "get any pulse at all.
defendants during the Jive-day Creek without incurringthe Clair residents where "po ten. McGriff asked it( home rule Kirk control of 9 of the big gated to the state was amended
Chambers said It took about
,term will be Judge: Jchn A. H. possibility of legal action. tially more water can be brought would give the county the power gest in addition to the control several times but it got the ball
'Mur;:hree. Prosecuting for the That's the concensus of wha down on us now than ever be to complete the drainage 20 minutes to free Mrs. Thorn- of the others which he sharesas rolling when it appeared a home
Refusal To S ;'state will be Kenneth Hsbert; the five commissioners told St. fore." project. The commission told ton from the wreckage. "I don't a member of the State Cab rule bill might not come out
WhlUoith and Mack Clair Street resident J. G. Mc- Clerk Charles Darby told the of this session of the Legis
..Eugene (Continued On Page Eight)
(Continued On Page Eight; ) inet.While
Griff when he asked Monday
AStarke's ,Futch. the governor's powersare lature.
Brings what progress has been madeon Irl beefed up by giving him con Rep. Shaw also said the home
The defendants, the charges drainage of the creek. Mc- trol of nine of the new departments rule bill will cut down tremendously
and their attorneys are: Griff was one resident whose' M1 the full seven member on local bills and allow
Co. D, 53rd Support June 9 Warren E. Forbes, home was flooded when 16 inches Cabinet is retained as the already overworked legislatorsto
Battalion is training for two 'pco sesslcn of Instrument or wea. of rain fell on the countyin executive board of directors spend more time at state
weeks at Camp Blandng; with one week last August. commissions
matters. County
by state prisoner. Her. for state government.
,2.800 men of the Florida National pon a Only portion of the creek that would be able to handle most
.. Guard This is the largest ,bert Schwartz: attorney. hasn't been cleaned and widened pecularly local matters under
counts of
group to train at the old army I! Jchn McCauley two is across the propertyof the proposed bill.
camp since It was deactivated forgery R. A. Green, Jr., attorney Maurice Edwards Sr. west BaccalaureateSet
Although Shaw has previously
Almost 25 years ago. of Starke near Sampson Lake. indicated that some legislatorswere
Starke's Co. D will also Edwards, former county engineer
I I Gary Nelson possession of a reluctant to give up their
,(march in a militay parade Saturday refuses to allow the creekto
domlnace matters
over county ,
still George Pierce, attorney SundayAt
be widened his
at 10 a.m. Goverr.Di across prop-
I he has termed the measure a
June 10 Lenwood Cuffee,
.Claude Kirk will fly in to re, I : erty until something is done necessity Shaw points out
'view the troops. Other notables |,jr.. breaking and entering, about enlarging the Southern that he now represents six counties
''on hand will /be: U. S. Rep. Don I 1 Eizle! Saunders, attorney Railroad culvert west of Sampson Bradford HighBaccalaureate and he finds it extremely
(Fuqua Agricultural Comlssion- June 11-Lucien Blacker, lar-'' Lake and drainage is Increased JtN J- I
; difficult to keep up with
er Doyle Conner, and StateTreasurer 'ceny of a hc;. Green, :attorney. from the Santa Fe River local matters over his entire
Broward Williams Clyde McRae and William east.
territory. Ills problem is
;IcRae, aggravated assault, Alligator Creek west of U.S. service for the
Company D is commanded by small when compared to that
Capt. Richard Jockel and is Green, attorney. 301 to the Edwards property is iw" 1, .. '751L- r e largest graduating class of Sen. Saunders with 23 coun
not cleaned or enlarged either. Bradford High School's historywill
composed of men from Starke
June 12 Milton Daniel Doing either would put the 1! !t be held at 8 p.m. Sunday ties.Shaw
and other local communities. also said Tuesday he
(Buck) Carter receiving stolen county in position of causingeven June 8.Weather.
Recreational faciht'es! are closed! I property, S. L. ScruggJ. attor- more water to rush onto This Is the car In which :Mrs. Margaret Thornton was killed permitting, the service feels the original Senate version
during the military manuvers. of the home rule bill would
'ney. the Edwards property and make Saturday on SR-100 near the old bowling alley. will be held In the Brad-
The parade Is open to the inverse condemnation have failed in the House becauseof
possible an ford school stadium. If It should
public. There will\ be free park- Henry!! Cain and Moses Cain, suit, according to rain the service will be held its braodness. Rep. Don
ing. attempted larceny of a dog County Attorney T. A. Yawn. County Merger Victory For Shaw in the BHS auditorium. Reed's amendment, which some
with the bill
diluting ,
Sanders, attorney. Yawn has advised the Board
Sermon will be given by
saved the and
RJE June 13 Clyde Saunders and not prepared to dig further to condemn unless right-they' Move GrowingA Rev. Robert Burch of the First got actually It into a conference measure committee
Thomas Penley, two counts of of way across the Edwards Home Presbyterian Church. The Rev.- Shaw says.
BACCALAUREATESunday forgery, Green, attorney property. county consolidation bill Repair DeWitt Farabee First United The compromise worked out

June 8, 10 A.M. Fred Turner, grand larceny McGriff told the Board the won't come out of the current Methodist Church, will give the by a conference committee resembled -

HJE Gymnasium Scruggs, attorney. present situation where the session of the Florida Legislature Invocation and. benediction.. .. the measure originally
COMMENCEMENT: : but the issue is gaining Reception for tne 'Ma seniors passed by the Senate. It threwa

Tuesday!;' June 10 momentum, according to Rep. and their parents will be heldin bone to the (House objectorsby "

RJE Gymnasium- Sick Leave Ruling Gene Agreement county Shaw.mergers may be next reachedon year Law Is SetA the school following cafeteria! Baccalaureate immediately that welfare adding wording and the safety limited words," to health saying some,

In 1968, 166 students graduated -
BHS and a bill may come out of the degree the subjects on which
down slightly from the 175
counties would laws (ordinances -
Shaw pass
BACCALAUREATESunday. Rescinded BoardA 1970 Legislature, pre home repair bill designedto He said that if the bill be- of 1967 and the 181 in 1966. ).

June 8 By dicts.A the size eliminate fradulent and illicit comes law he believes it will Graduation is scheduled for 8 One big advantage to the com
to decrease
BItS StadiumCOLIENCEIENT of the two state houses is get- practices In the home repair be one of his major accomplishments pm. Friday, the 13th. promise approved, Shaw says,
: : ting more popular by the day business may finally have be- to date In the Legisla! is that version provides for up
doctor's certificate will no ers Ralph Bryan and Mrs. Jessie too, Shaw says. The Senate, come law by the time this is ture.A. to six months in jail or a fine
Friday June 13 longer be required for county Chastain voted to retain it. he pointed out Tuesday, has read. home repair bill was pass up to $1,000 for violation of a
8 P.M.: employees to qualify for their Chairman Dave Shuford! broke Constitutional Amendment ed by the House and Senate county ordinance.
passed a
BHS Stadium 12 days of sick leave. the deadlock with an "aye" to calling for a 36 member The bill introduced by Rep. during the' special session in New Postoffice Any ordinance a county may
In a 3.2 vote Monday, the rescind the ruling. Senate and an 80 member house. Gene Shaw, has been passed by July of 1967 but was vetoed by pass will be inoperative within
,County Commission rescinded In dlscusslcn before voting "There is a concerted effort both the House and the Senate Governor Claude Kirk. At Hampton Set city limits if they conflict
Thifl Space Contributed .an earlier ruling established\ bya Bryan said the .sick leave policyis to reduce the House to and the Governor had until In 1967 Shaw said. "The bill For Dedication with city; ordinances. A home

Weekly to PubHciie ,, Commission committee in es- "still going to have abuse. under 100 members,"the Brad midnight Wednesday to act on Is designed and intended solelyto rule measure for cities was
_ ,tablishing policies for the coun- I'm not for backing up. It's oar ford legislator says. it. protect the public in dealing approved earlier.
Event by road Congressman Don Fuqua., of The legislature earlier this
Community) ty department. only safeguard. Such an event would place with unscrupulous contractorsand
I "I'm for 'backing up a little" Bradford County in even worse If the governor' did not veto salesmen who use fradulentand the Second District will be the session passed a law specifying
The CommunityState said Commissioner J. M. (Buck) the bill last night, It is now a deceptive practices in obtaining main speaker when Hampton'snew the procedure counties will
"In this! position
case we probably than it is today, he
Florida law.
postoffce: is dedicated at follow in enacting ordinances.
Norman, who termed the condition a homeowner's signa-
Bank penalize! the whole road crew says. The county; could be 2:30: pm. Sunday, June 8. It calls for advertising the ordinances
a "pretty stiff requirement ture home Improvement con- ;
because of two or three employees thrown In with a district of Shaw, who has fought for on
AeeowiU now Insured ." ." Norman replied. counties as far south as Orlando passage of such a bill for three tracts, mortgage notes and completion The public Is Invited by Post- public and airing them at
"It costs a man a doctor'sbill There was also some Indication he says. years. told The Telegraph:! Tues certificates." master Mary Williams to attend hearings.
by Ordinances
,4. vp U to be sick." Norman added. At that time :he estimated that may not be passed
that some employees "It's an awful Job to hold day that he thinks it's "going ceremonies at the new post
i com in the
I.- bill Gov. Kirk'sdesk
)Peferal DeportCory. Norman and CommissionerZedra down this office Florida residents have been defrauded office building located Na- now on
plained that they all were not now and do to go a long way toward cor- on that are in conflict with
as I Hamilton voted to rescindthe required to have a doctor's the kind of Job that needs to recting Injustices that both you of more than $20 mU-! varrre Ave., Hampton's mainstre.et. state law, either general or
requirement: Commission certificate. be done," Shaw says. and I know exist" local.



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,I WOMEN Miss Donna, Lou d'atray,

bride-elect, was the Inspiration
for a lingerie shower last Thursday .

( Y / .WTr 1YIt \ Gladys Moot7.Phoae1'08 "* Rowe.' night Susan when Autry! Misses, and Sharon Linda i d et 1i

Scogglns entertained at the Mfr "
Miss Epperson, home of the former .on North ,

__ ., Mr. Whisenhunt L : Church St.Shasta daisies. greenery ''and

At DinnerMiss
early summer flowers were used
lii decorating the party rooms. 31iL'4'
Sally Ann Epperson and Refreshments were served '
Tom Whisenhunt were honored from the dining table which ij'
gueste last Friday night, when AL"\ was overlaid with a white linen
t Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson \
cloth, and centered with an arrangement ;
: 1t entertained ....ta.. family dinnerat of daises. ;

their home on East ,Washington i Among the guests were Mrs.

At St.this Don Patray mother of the Mr. and Mrs. Graham Crews Observe
time (Miss Eppersonand bride-elect. Mrs. O. E. Brewerof
Mr. Wisenhunt presented mother of the
Lawtey pros Golden Wedding Anniversary
d gifts to their wedding attendants fi1ti'1''M pective brldegrpom, and Mrs.R. .
: 'L. !Autry.Birthday.
gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Graham Crews tnelr parents with many useful

The bride-elect pave' her maid. who celebrated their: 50th welding ::! gifts for their home.

7 7w \ of-honor Miss Judy Keller, .of Party anniversary Sunday, June 1, Out of town guests were :Mr.:
Atlanta, Ga., an engraved silver were honored at a surprise buffet and Mrs. Lenzy Crews and
'' :. dish, and gave her bridesmaid For, Curt GreeneMr. luncheon ,given by their family Miss Pamela Crews,

.J'.J her niece, Janine Gay a f' children at the home of Mr. Misses Debby and Glsnda
,-,.. e; charm bracelet. and Mrs. John C. Greene, and Mrs. Charles W. Crews. Assisting Crews, all of Jacksonville, Mr.

: 11:,: Mr. Whisenhunt gave his best of Camp Blandlng, honored their Mrs. Crews were Mrs. and Mrs. Daniel Crews of Gainesville .

man, Richard Skinner, of Los ,. son, Curt, with a birthday par- Gerald Crawford, Mrs. DsWitt and Miss Sue Douglasof
Angeles, Calif., and the ushers ty Thursday. May 29. from 4 to Crews Mrs. John Lilley and Brcoker.

Tim Whisenhunt, of Los Angeles 5 pm. Twenty-two little friends Mrs. Jimmy Smith. r

*aa bride-elect, silver tie clasps. The children' enjoyed favorsof ''WIth a white ]lace clcth centered Adding MachinesFor

Epperson Weds Mr. WhisenhuntIn Miss Epperson save her fiance balloons, toys and candy with a three tiered cake embossed
gold cuff links, while he present.. along with birthday cake, and with yellow roses. An
First Presbyterian Church RitesMiss ed her a silver charm bracelet Cokes. :Miss Anne Lambert of arrangement of 50 gardeniaswas Sale or Rent

engraved with dates signifying Orange Park also attended and placed at the end. At The Telegraph

Sarah Ann Epperson, guests were greeted at the door special events.Glenda assisted In serving. The Crews family showered

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will by Mrs. Robert D. Burch. In

iam Jackson Epperson, was the receiving line were the p.. _. '
married to William Thomas bride and groom the bride's --

Whisenhunt, Jr. of Los Angeles parents, and bridal attendants.
Calif., son of Mr. and Mrs. The bride and groom stood beneath Barbara Marie Diggs Becomes Bride FREE PORTABLE DRYER

William Thomas Whisenhunt, a large golden arch which Of Mr. Barnett in Columbia, Miss.The .
Sr. of Los Angeles in a candle- was entwined with sprays of
light service on Saturday May 31 white mums, yellow daisies and

at 7 p.m. in the First Presbyterian Ivy.Mrs. marriage of Miss Bar- Mr. Barnett was best man for 0 PLUS -
Church of Starke. The A. II. Johns and Mrs. Marie Diggs to James his
Rev. Robert D. Burch per- Morgan Darby served as floor Noel i son. Groomsmen were '
Barnett, Jr. of Columbia ,[Ronald Herrington and Sidney FREE DELIVERYAND
formed the double ring cere- hostesses.The Miss was solemlnzled Satur- Barnett. Ushers were .n

mony. bride's table covered day afternoon, May 31], at 3 Robert Farriors of Brooks- I
Centering the dais was a golden with a cloth of white organdyover o'clock in the First Methodist ville and Charles Ray Stuckey
arch candelabra with golden Church, Columbia, Miss.
taffeta, was centered by Columbia.
spiral candelabra on either the tiered wedding cake topped The bride is the daughter Following the wedding, a reception FREE INSTALLATION
side. Baskets of white mums by miniature nosegays of of M1". and Mrs. William Ralph was given In Fellow-

and yellowdaisiesprovidedfurther roses and lilies of the valley Diggs Sr. of Starke. Parentsof ship Hall of the church.
accent to the backgroundof
bordered by mallne. Border- the bridegroom are Mr. and Carnations, greenery and pot- 19 FT. FROST FREE
tree ferns. ing the cake were silver candelabra t 3 Mrs. James Noel Barnett, Sr. ted plants were used in decor-
Wedding music, played by
til Lucedale, Miss.
Mrs. E. M. Davis organist, ornamented spraysof 1 y ating.
yellow carnations and white Seven branched candelabra The bride's table was cen- I
included selections from Schu- RefrigeratorFreezerAdjustable
pom-poms. Serving at the holding lighted white tapers, tered with a silver candelabra
bert, Bach Grieg, Wagner and
and decorated the
Chorus bride's table were Mrs. J.R. greenery from which a garland of mums
the traditional Bridal
Kite and Mrs. John Berchielli church. Three-branched candelabra and fern extended the lengthof Shelves Deluxe Interior
from Lohengrin as processionalwith
greenery and satin
of Gainesville. the table.
Mendelssohn's the Wedding Mid March- Summerlight's from Mrs. John A. Reddish presided Gail BrownTo bows marked the family pews.' Mrs. Alford IHerrington met Model! RSJ90 Q Compare and BuyWestinghous
The Rev. Benjamin Newman'
at the coffee table which the guests at the door and pre-
!; Dream as recessional.
covered in similar officiated. sented them to the
was man- Wed Mr. PowersMr. receivingline "
Given in marriage by her *
ner as the bride's table and Jimmy Thrasher, organist, composed of the bride's
father the bride wore a for- '
featured an arrangement of ,provided wedding music and accompanied parents, bridegroom's parents
mal full length gown of jak- and Mrs. Arnold Clyde
yellow and white Fuji mums, the soloist, Mrs. bride and groom, bridesmaidsand No Down
arta over taffeta, designed withan Brown of Starke announce the Loucinda Herrington of Col- Payment
collarette yellow daisies and white pom- the bride's paternal grand-
empire bodice, engagement and approaching umbia.
poms flanked by sliver candelabra parents. $36600
neckline of silk em- marriage of their
The bride, given In marr-
Mrs. J. O. Coker cut the
broidered with scrolled Venlse Mrs. James Martin of Tallahassee Glenda Gail, of Miami, to Robert iage by her father, wore an .bride's cake and was assistedby $12 Per Month
lace and kubukl sleeves of re- James Powers of
and Miss Sandra Leh- Atlanta (empire sheath of lace, with Mrs. Donyce Barnett of
embroidered Venise lace. The nert of Gainesville served Ga.The ,skirt panels extending into a Jackson, Miss.
Aline skirt featured verti- wedding will take place full train trimmed with
punch. The table, covered by pearls Punch was .served by Miss w
cal rows of lace medallions anda organdy over taffeta had silver June 14 at 8 p.m. in the First and irldescents. Her elbow Paula Courtney.
chapel train accented with Congregational Church, 2501 N. length veil of silk illusion fell
punch bowls at each end Miss Lana Kaye Jones and
Venise lace appliques. A wide and a centerpiece of silver E. 13th St., Fort Lauderdale.AU !from a cluster of lace petals Miss Kathryn Russell kept the 16 POUND
halo of clusters of reembroidered '
candelabra with stylized spraysof friends and relatives are with pearls] and brilliants. Her bride's book. t
lace secured her multitiered" and Invited to attend.Candy /only ornarment was a pair of
illus pom-poms daisies. The bride, a graduate of the
veil of Imported
Mrs. William T. Jackson kept pearl earrings. University of Southern Miss- Automatic Washer
ion. Her bouquet was of fea- The bride's bouquet of
the bride's book which was issippi was a Dean's List stu-
thered carnations with ivy accents Stripers
placed on a circular table cov- jcarnatlons surrounding acym- dent, and was chosen for who's
centered by a white or- ered with organdy over taffeta Plan ActivitiesThe Ibidium orchid, and smilax. Who in American Colleges and / H.P. ENGINE

chid. featured by a single candle hold Mrs. Robert Farrior of Universities. Mr. Barnett .
The maid of honor, MlssJudy er twined by a daisy and pom- Candy Stripers met May Brooks vllle, sister of the bride, graduated from the same university Expertly Engineered The Folks '
By Who Showed
Keeler of Atlanta, and brides- attended as matronofhonor.. !1'1'
maid, Miss Janine Gay nieceof pom spray. 13 for their regular meeting Bridesmaids were the Misses and vi presidentof The Mocn: With A 12 Pound Camera! I
Janet Phi Mu
Montgomery, daughterof with President Claudette Peterson Alpha oinfornla, a
the bride, were gowned alike Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery presiding Brenda Sue Thompson, Bass- band fraternity He Is band I, I.. 'III'IIIYon

in long yellow silk chiffon over and Betsy Yawn daughter Main\. purpose of the meeting field, Miss., and Sharon Kaye director of Columbia Junior Compare and Buy Westinghouse \\1,' !l,,
matching taffeta, with front McCraney, Pasagoula, Miss.
of Judge and Mrs. T. A. High School. @
was to put into effect a demerit
bodice effect of yellow satin ,MIss Carol Lynn Diggs, sister
Yawn passed rice bags to the
ribbon, satin cowl neckline with guests. system and make plans for a lof the bride, was flower girl. After a wedding trip to New
back bow and satin edged car wash .on June 14. Under the Bridal attendants were attired -
After the reception the couple Orleans the newlyweds will
brief sleeves. Yellow satin left for a wedding trip to new demerit system, If a girl alike in pale pink empire live at 1000 Park Avenue in No Down Payment
bows held collects 15 demerits In a year's of Said
their brief blush Nassau. Upon their return they gowns crepe with deeper Columbia, Miss.
veils and they carried casca- will make their home in Los time or has three ,unexcused 1 pink trim. Their headpieceswere The bride traveled in a $19950
des of white and yellow dai Angeles where Mr. WhisenhuntIs absences in a row, she Is automatically satin loops 'with blush three piece lime green

sies. associated with the Los An- dropped from the roll. veils. They carried bouquets Moxgashel linen and voile Her : $10] Per Month
geles Police Department. The Demerits can be received from or deep pink carnations and corsage was the orchid from @
Richard Skinner of Los An- bride attended Florida Presby- skipping scheduled meetings or baby's breath.Picktring. her bouquet.

geles served as best man. Ush- terian College, St. Petersburg, activities, and not wearing proper .
ers were Timothy Whisenhuntof uniforms to meetings, activities -
Los Angeles, brother of the and graduated from the Univer- or work. Home Michael Whiffen
sity of THE
groom and William Gay, nephew groom
The next meeting will be held
attended Los Angeles Junior Scene Of DinnerMr. Has i -
of the bride.A Birthday --
College ''at 7.30: pm. in the hospital din- Party
reception was held at the and graduated from
Ing room, when final plans for
\Starke Country Club where California State University. the car wash will ,be made. and Mrs. L. M. Pickeringand Michael Whiffen, son of Dr. ?k Quiet One
Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Picker- and Mrs. D. W. Whiffen celebrated .
ing of Gainesville! were co-hosts his sixth birthday anniversary -
Wedding PartyEntertained last Thursday night at the homeof Sunday when his par. Compare Quietness,

At mss' LOt1\I BRIEFS the latter, when they were ents entertained at a swimming rT h4r, Compare Looks
." entertained at dinner :honoring party at their home on Kingsley Compare Cost of
Epperson Home Mi. and Mrs. Bruce Mathews Lake. i Operation andBuy

and family of Gainesville who Eight boys and girls were >u r _ _ _ _
Mr. and Mrs W. J. Epperson will make their home in Or. present to enjoy the afternoon
entertained at an Informal party Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Outlaw Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch, and lando following a six weeks with Michael.
last Thursday night at their and :\11'. and Mrs. Charles Zip- family. Mrs. N. T. Ritch Miss stay in California.

home on East: Washington St., perer, accompanied by Mr. and Annie Darby and Mr. and :Mrs. Among these present to enjoy WestinghouseAir
following the rehearsal of the Mrs Mike Hanks of Gainesville, H. C. Brown attended graduation the evening with the hosts and
Epperson Whisenhunt wedding spent last Wednesday and exercises at St. John's honorees were Mr. and Mrs.

ceremony. Thursday in Charleston, S. C. Country Day School In Orange Carl Mathews of Starke; and
Refreshments: were served and from there went to Myrtle 'Park Tuesday night Thomas G. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph. Alvarez of .
buffet style from the dining Beach S. C. where they attend. Ritch, Jr., ion of Dr and Mrs. Boynton Beach. rjBY
table, which was c\eilald witha ed the Torch Club conventionof Ritch, was a member of the Conditioners
white cutwork cloth and centered Liberty National Life Insur- graduating class.

: with a silver candelabra ance for the remainder of tne Mr. and Mrs. Roddy Stnith; MATHEWS

holding: lighted yellow tapers. week. and family of Tampa will spend NANCY'S FLOWERS
The centerpiece was of Shasta Mrs. Needham Hurst, enroute the weekend here with Mr. 24,000 BTU
daisies. from Nassau, where she was Struth's family, Mr. and Mrs. Well Drilling THE FLOWER

Those present were membersof the guest of her brother <<' d sis Merrill Struth. TILT SPLITS ROCKS 32950FREE

the wedding party, ; the Rev. ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. HarrisonSr. Melrose Fla.
and Mrs. Robert! Burch; Mrs. Slade, to her home In Indian- spent the weekend In Fort Phone 475-5101 There Is a flower that has
George Anderson, aunt of the apolis: Ind., was the guest the Lauderdale and visited their been said to cause rocks to
bride-elect; Mrs. A. H. Johns first of the week of her mother son, A. S. Harrison, who Is confined Myers Pumps split and grow up through the DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION IN YOUR
and Mr 1. M. Darby Mrs. W. S. Slade. Wednesday to the Plantation Hospital SERVICE i cracks. This how.
Col. and Mrs. T T Long took following surgery. and REPAIRSSER1'ICE ever, is not true. SASH WINDOW
| The plant is the
her to Jacksonville to board the
plane] for her return trip home. Mr. and :Mrs. Mack L. Williams saxifrage. It does
Birthday Dinner Among the FSU students in spent the weekend in [ most commonlygrow

For Mrs. Fowler Tallahassee returning to their Waycross Oa. with relatives / SCHEDULE In rocky No Down Payment -- $12 Per MonthSLADE
f and stony soil,
respective homes this weekendto and attended funeral services CATHOLIC ChurchesST.

Mrs. Earl Fowler of Hamptonwas spend the summer with their Saturday morning for W. H. and can be seen
parents are Paul Woodard. EDWARD'S, Starke: V sprouting out
honored at a birthday: din- : McLeod. Beverly @
ner given by her daughter Mrs. McRae, Dian Atkinson, Little Bobby Case of Lake Sunday: Mass, 8 am. and through cracks

Earl Rhoden, at the home .of Patsy Hitchcock, Gary Hamilton City Is spending this week with 9n: a.m.Thursday In the stones.

Mrs. H. B. Stokes, mother of Harold Bowen, and Richard his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mass, 6:30: p.m. This plant is very popular
Wainwrlght. Merrill Struth. Miraculous !with rock garden fanciers and
the honcree, on May 18. Novena:
Guests were Mrs. Charles Mrs. Al Harley and children Mrs. Betty Register. Miss Saturday, 7 p.m. Is ,very common throughout the GAS
Williamson and sons of Hampton of Merritt Island are guests this Sandra Register and Mr. and cold and temperate! jam= of the
week of Mrs. Barley's parents. ST. WILLIAM'S. Keystone northern 'hemlsl=here. The little
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Byrd. Mrs. Larry Crawford visited
Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae. Helfht white or yellow flowers on the
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Byrd and
Mrs. Register's son, O. C. Free-
on Wednesday Mrs. and Sunday Mass, 9 saxifrage grow In clusters and
Harley a.m.
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man Register in, at Fort Ben-
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$ The William and Louisa Wilson : Nathan L. Modling local
Thomas family reunion will
agent for Mutual of Omaha insurance V
be held at Beulah Baptist company, has receiveda
Church on State Road No. 21 for $7,300
paid up policy
M\ .. Holm in Clay County (between Key- Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Edward from the company in recognition C I
ana Mrs. ivune bistrunk 1 Mr and Mrs. Merritt W. Mr. and Mrs. Roy xton and County Hospital announces
of Starkville, Miss are visiting,, .Williams have purchased the of Tampa were Sunday visitorsof 6 miles North of Gold Head the following births: Jackson Starke, a son, Jarred ( of his outstanding sales! b
her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. |IP. J. Novak home across from Mrs. Holm's brother in- Branch State Park) on Sunday Mr. and MM. Kenneth Dale. Justin, June 1. [record during the past year.here'
R. Scoggins. |the Country Club, and will move law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.M. June 15, Father's Day. Alberthal, Starke. a daughter, Mr. Modling has been
STG2 Tom Moore of Norfolk. there later this month. L. Lawson, and family. I The program will begin with KimberlY Gail May 28. Mr. and Mrs. James Newman ([since April 1968, serving Bradford -
Va. and Miss Maria Moore of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Eugene Starke, announce the birth of a county, and portions of
( K.Collins and Mrs. ;morning worship at 11:00 a.m.,
Mrs. Hope Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wilcox Union and Alachua for Mutual
Green Cove Springs spent last ,Covered Dish Luncheon at 1:00 Brewer Lawtey a daughter son Michael Anthony on May (
(Roy Bush, of Los Angeles, .of Fort Lauderdale are spendIng jof Omaha.
weekend here with their mother f p.m., the annual business meeting Pamela. Jean May 31. 28 in Alachua General Hospital.
(Calif., were visiting Mr. anc some time at the Adkins ,!
Mrs. Maria Moore. Mrs. Frank Collins for twc [cottage on Kingsley Lake. of the organziation will Mr. and Mrs William Eli Mc- Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. George Quincy ,weeks. follow. Mullen Lake Butler, a son, Roy Clemons and Mr. and Mrs. HOMFCOMINTG SET
of Jacksonville were Sunday 1 Mrs. Mrytie McKinney and'' All family connections and Steven Todd May 31. Albert Newman. AT RAIFORD BAPTISTThe
visitors of Mrs. W. S. Slade. I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Diggs Mrs. Sue Miles visited the lat- terested friends are cordially First Baptist Church of -
Among local college graduates and daughter, Carol,sPentfrom: ter's son and daughter in- invited. ': Raiford will observe Homecoming "Graduation"Remember
Class Steve Edwards
this year Is Mlsa Phyllis Thursday to Saturday in Columbia law, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Miles Mrs. S. L. Peek left Thurs- I 1st on Sunday June 8. All members
: in is home IS leave
Haddock who recently received Miss., where they attended !and family in Valdosta, Ga. day to spend several days on a day former pastors and friendsa
Tier A. B. degree from HighPoint the wedding of their Sunday. Lake City with her sonin- ;with Merrill his Edwards.parents, Mr.He and has Mrs.been Invited to attend the ser- this important -
daughter, Barbara Marie, to law and daughter, Mr. and vl.... and basket lunch which
College High Point, North Mr. and Mrs,E, F. Saunders and Mrs. R. L. Epp- transfered to Omaha,Neb.from
Mr. occasion
[lames N. Barnett last Saturday ,Mrs. Roy Ward, and family. will >be served at noon.CORRECTION.
Carolina majoring in art. Miss at
left Tuesday their home enver, Colo.
afternoon. erson Sr. and Mr. and Mrs.R. .She will attend the Columbia
Haddock: Is County High St. Johns I Mrs. Henry O'Hara returned Venice. Mr. Saunders recently Susan, and Mrs. C. K. cises. Her grandson, George, attending Tilt College,Forsyth,
River Junior College and while recently from Miami after aweek's resigned as administrator 'Mizelle, of St.Petersburg were is member of the graduatingclass. Ga., returned home Friday to
at High Point College( during her visit with Mr. and Mrs. of Bradford County Hospital weekend guests of Mrs. Epp- a Wend the summer with her In a report on plea day pro-
junior and senior years maintained L. C. Smith. While ther she a position he held since (erson's sister, Mrs. George ;parents,.the J.E. H rdys. csedlngs::! in last week's Issue It

a B average and was a ttended the wedding of her 'tugust1967. Anderson. i Mr. and Mrs. Jack McComb Mrs. H. M. Richarde sper. was stated that Ruth Crews was
member of the Alpha Delta randdaughter, Miss Beth attended the homecoming ban- Tuesday and Wednesday in Pal- charged with assault and battery
Theta sorority.Mr. Smith to Robert Anthony Judy Mr. and Mrs.Merritt Will- Mrs. Gladys Harrington at- 'quet honoring the Grand Master atka with her son-in-law and on an adult. This was Incorrect .
.and Mrs. L. K. White. lot Milledgeville, Ga. iams Mr. and Mrs. E.L.Matt- [tended the graduation exercisesof |Of Florida Masons' Cross daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle as the defendant was
hews, and Judge George L. Pat- her granddaughter, Shan- charged with an assault on a BUUINGTON'SPhone
bead had as Sunday afternoon I I Col. and Mrs. V. J. Spengler ,City last Saturday night. Buck, and family. While there
ten visited Mr. and Mrs. TK. manor
from San :
non Harrington, Juan
guests Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth she attended a piano recitalin
spent the weekend in Tampa,
McClane in Gainesville Sunday Kindergarden in Jacksonville Friends of Fritz Kramer will
Beckett of Fernandina Beach visiting points of interest Ir which her granddaughter, 96 t.7271
afternoon. Friends will be Interested tact Saturday afternoon. be interested to know that he .m
and Steve Beckett, of Gaines ithe Andrea took part.:
; area. to know that Mr. Mc- has returned from Alachua IN/!.
YUle. I Mrs. F. B. Beard and Mrs. Clane who recently suffered c Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Ed General Hospital, where ho
1st Lt. and Mrs. Jack Mills Mildred Cuttino attended Bac- heart attack is now recuper- wards and family of Naples will .underwent. eye surgery and is
left Monday for two years' stayin calaureate Services of Gainesville ating at home. arrive the latter part of the' [convalescing at home. i

Formosa. Mrs. :Mills is the High School Sunday after- Bryon Newcomb of Atlanta, week for a visit with his par- Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Sanderson SAVE IT ,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Roy noon. Mrs. Beard's grandson, ents, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill
Frank Ga., is visiting his parents, of St. Petersburg Mrs. ;HECK THESDEPARTMENT
Beard, is a member of Edwards.
Clemons of Starke.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Newcombfor Grace Pearce of Plant City,
Miss Joyce Denmark of La- the graduating class. a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews and Mrs. William Mott of
Grange College is hone for the I Misses Martha and Mary attended the birthday celebra- Tampa were overnight guests BRIDEBARGAINS
summer. ollinger will attend the South- Miss Judy Keeler returnedto tion ot their son, Bruce, in Friday of Mrs. J. H. Fields. STORES
Pvt. Jimmy Newman, who Jem Baptist Church music conference her home in Atlanta, Ga. High Springs Sunday.BOLLINGER Sunday afternoon Mrs. Fields
!has been home .on three weeks in New Orleans from Saturday after spending several Ihad as guests her brother -
leave, left Monday for duty in turday until Wednesday. days with Mr. and Mrs. W. CHIROPRACTIC in law and sister, Mr. and w
Korea. While there they will sing with J. Epperson and Mrs. Tom CLINIC will be closed from Mrs. Robert Tanner, of Bald- ,. "
Local admittances to Bradford the Carey Williams College Whisenhunt, the former Miss June 13 to 18 inclusive.: win.
Chorale. Sally Ann Epperson. sale priced
County Hospital this week In- ,
elude: Mrs. Sara McDonald and I- lhur-Fri
Mrs. Rosa Slbley. Keystone
Heights; Mrs Margaret Snaughnessy. & Sat.

Thornton. Ralford; !Mrs. Dorothy
L. Thornton. Lake Butler:
Mrs. Charity Henley, Mrs. Peg- / i OSTER 8SPEEDBLENDER
gy' Grlggs. John Forsyth and ,
NTS.. Doris Nipper, Starke. I

Mr. and Mrs John Grizzle d
and daughter. Nancy. of Winder. I.
Ga. and A2-C and Mrs. Steve GE HAND
Edwards of McDlll AFB were J $$39.88 LIST ;
Sunday to Tuesday visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton. $ MIXER
Mrs. John C. Greene and son. Mens Perma-Press s.d r Mens No-iron r.

Curt were In Perry, Ga. Tues 888
day and Wednesday to attend

graduation services for her SPORT SHIRTS DRESS i $11.99$897!

nephew Jimmy Chancey. .. ., i
Among the out-of-town guests Does everything from stir to
attending the EppersonWhisen- liquifyatthetouchofabutLightweibt, 3-speed portable .
bunt wedding Saturday night \SHIRTSlbpt$3 ton 5-cup capacity, open with thumb position
were Mr. and Mrs. George Mo t stenZer.from either end for easy controls, beater ejector.
ZOo Atlantic Beach; Mrs. Karl our reg. cleaning. #541. M17.
Tlmm. of Jacksonville; Mr. and $2 "

Mrs. John BerchielU and chil to $2.99 \ ,
dren. Miss Sandra Lehnert. Mr. yor
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Kenneth all SUNBEAM I
and Mrs. Terrell \ <(-i" ..
of Gainesville: Mr. and Mrs. R. ....
L. Epperson Sr., Mr. and Mrs. ( tOFESSIONALl
No-iron cottons and cotton blends in choice of
R. L. Epperson Jr. and daughter ,
Summer solids and plaids. button-downs e
Siisan. Mrs. C. K. !Mizelle. .."> ,1
regular collars. Sizes S-XL. Ideal Fathers Day TYPE
all of St. Petersburg; Mr. end gift! i Grab a 'i handful at this great sale price. 100% I ,
Mrs. Arlln Gay and children nylon tricot that never needs ironing. In white
Daytona Beach; Mr. and Mrs. pastels and some stripes. Sizes 14% 17. ONSOLETTEiHAIR if///
Hal Y. Maine. Miss Kathryn / r 1 f;
Epperson. and Mrs. Georgia 50 PC.
,Watson of Lake Butler i
Mrs. H. L. Tollbert of Lake STOCK
City epert the first of the week !'
with her son-ln-lar' and daughter -
Mr. and Mrs. David H. t our reg. $2.95 pkg.
Montgomery.Mr. PKG
and Mrs. Raymond Moody h $ so Ii flsr$1 888

and son of Arlington.Texas are
spending ten days ,here with our reg. $3.99Big V 3 $9.99$744

:his parents Mr. and Mrs. John selection of woven Pick-a-pack and" save! Briefs and j I Any "bride' will love this great dryer.

Moody.Mrs. E. J. Baker and Mrs. plaids and solids in Ivy $3 T-shirts. S-XL. Shorts 2846. :1.- No ducking to get Inside, hinged Has 8 each of kni ves,forks,
styling. Get ready for the
hood arm does the moving. 4 heat spoons and salad forks. 16
Flossie Mather of
hot days ahead and say e e1, .. MENS
were weekend guests of M:'*. Sizes 29 40. SOCKS2 settings. Closes to hat box size. teaspoons and 2 serving
:Baker's brohter-ln-law and sister Orlons or Sa I I pr- HD100. peices. Choiceof2patterns.iCLAIROL .

Mr. and Mrs. C. 1"". Haddock .Or $1
Rev.. D. T. Farabee and Mrs. Big, Thirsty .-

Titus Olson left Monday to at- + .: UDICO KNIFESHARPENER -.
tend the annual conference of 22X44" Bath t ;) Toddler & Jr. BoysTOWEL .1. '
the Methodist Church at Flor- ,
ida Southern College in Lake- NYLON STRETCHSWIMWEAR $ \
land. TTi/ey/ will return Friday. y r t''
Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whiffen i & CAN
attended the !Florida Optometrist our reg. 790 ; t( -
Convention at the Robert
Myer Hotel in Jacksonville ., A
Friday and Saturday. Dr. Whif 6 4sf $1.50 PENER
fen was elected secretary for I s, 9 Be "
the Florida Vision League and values 20"HAIRSETTER
:Mrs. Whiffen was Installed aa 100% cotton in gay stripes. "$12.99 LIST
treasurer of the Florida Optom- Decorator colors. Matching Special purchase just for this
etrist Auxiliary. hand towel and wash cloth sale. Many patterns and trims.
also sale priced! A terrific value. 2.3X; 48. '
Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones of l 988
Baldwin spent the weekend at p 152..39 9 '


QM 2 class James B. Talley = Great 2-.in-1 appliance. Opens
ni has returned to !his base in !| I SPECIAL! all size cans. Has magnetic Gives instant hair set with
San Diego. Calif after spending lid lift cord storage... and is 20 preheated rollers. No
a leave (here with his parents UDICO also a power sharpener for water or lotion necessary.

Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Talley LADIES STRETCH't- \ LADIES CANVAS knives, scissors. C330 K20.

eon.' Mr.Bruce and Mrs.and QM Haddock James and B. & 1,, y CASUALSHOES ERAL ELECTRIC

Talley attended the High Point TOP

graduation: exercises and* baccalaureate ,, ..
services In High s TEAM & DRY

.Point. N C. on May 25. Miss 1 ,
Phyllis R t ''dock was a memter

of the gnuiuatlng class. IRONs

BOLLINGER CLINIC:' will be CHIROPRACTIC closed from Your $1 6 '

June 13 to 18 inclusive.: :. YourChoice' 1 \\ eta
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH Compare at $2.99 : Compare at $1.99 ';
Published Thursdayat 788 12-CUP PERC
138 W.every Call Street Tank tops in a choice of a $ Choice of 2 styles in h
stretch fabrics. Pr..its: f + a ladies canvas casuals. -
Starke, Florida 32091 stripes and solids in .,,
One-eyelet tie Grasshopper ':':'1 $
Second class postage paid pastels and darks. or center gore Lightweight work saver with 512.99$988
Jamaica are stretch }
slip-on. Cushioned insoles
at Starke Florida v dial
denims of nylon- ter' s push-button steam
,Drugged comfortcottonnaironblend.
to dry and other deluxe features Fully automatic, makes 4
able Sizes
Jiaincr1plloa Rate: PVC soles.
to 12
Sizes 818. 610. including IS super. steam cups. Twist-lock top
In trade area "VOO per and
vents. F-62. pop-up basket. AP63.
year; 12.75 tU .nontlM.
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Garden Wins Invitational' wacked Randy out Lawson 3. and David ((NORMAN'S COLONIAL IN DOWNS 10

: RECREATION NEWS Gaines paced BPOE at the plate
I with 2 hits each. Bobby Patterson ;I It took them 10 Innings, but
Colonial Florist stuck to their
and !Mitchell' Kersey each
game the Garden rapped Clear- chipped In guns and downed previously un-
-- -- ----- -- ------ a single for Coca
The Garden Restaurant of water 186. Their next victim ,defeated Norman's Farm 8-7.
Starke emerged undefeated In B.P.O.E. HOLDS bur an unbelieveable battinK average Cola. Joey Thomas and Allen ".
the 5th Annual Starke Invita- was Melbourne, who fell 5-2. In HALF GAME LEADIN .680, had 3 hits in 3 Akrldge provided the 2 hits recorded STANDINGS:
tional Softball the finals, the Garden handed fi A t4 erAw BANTAM LEAGUE trips to the plate. Ray Whittle, by their team. Norman's Farm 41, Colonial -
Tournament. Ormond Beach their first loss Scott Hicks and Gary Bakken STANDINGSBPOE Florist, 4 1 Beggs
Displaying one of the best defenses Tuesday afternoon saw two
by a 6-1 score. each had a hit for the losers. 6-2-1. So. Dls. 6-3.-0. Gulf 23, Starke Industries,
that one will see In slow Ormond Beach came from teams meet with each one need-
pitch softball to earn five vic- ing a victory to keep BPOE'from Police Dept. 3-4-2, Coca Cola 0-5.
the losers bracket to meet Gar- BPOE 9 POLICE DEPT 6 1-7 1.
tories against: no lasses, the den In the finals and this time getting out of reach. SHEDULE:
Back on :May 5 of this season,
Garden allowed their opponents went down 7-4. Ormond Beach Southern Discount trailed BP- SCHEDULE I Friday, June 6- 8 p.m.,Beggs
BPOE and the Police Depart-
Police trailed Friday, June 6 6:30: Gulf vs Colonial 9:30 Starke
OE p.m.
only 17 runs and Walt Edmond- Optical winners, of the 1967 by one game, ment played 6 innings and end- ;
'son and Jack Hazen allowed by two games. Southern Dis- Police vs Coke: 8 p.m. So. Discount Tnsutries vs Norman's Farm
tournament, made fine that
very ed In a 6-6 tie Today game
their opponents only 37 base count came up with a 96 vs BPOE. Monday June 9-8 p.m.
showing and many observers resumed and BOPE found it
hits, an average of only 3 runs picked the Optical team to win victory and now trail by only was Monday, June 9 6:30: pm., Norman's Farm vs Beggs"Gulf;
self they pick.
sitting pretty as
per game and only 7 hits per finished r b 1/2 game and will have the Coke vs So. Discount I 9:30: Starke Industries vs Colonial -.
the tournament. Optical
ed 9.6 victory. The
w opportunity to take over first up a game Tuesday, Jules 10-630: p.m. '
game. second by recording a 3 and 2 when which took 4 exta innings to BPOE Florist.WE'RE .
the Police
The Garden scored 41 times record wlh two wins over Jacksonville place they meet by the same league margin leaders decide the winner, was scorelessthe -- ---- --vs- --- --- -. .. .... .. .... ..... ..._ -
and collected 61 base hits, a per 6-2 and 7-4 in the semi-
Friday. The Police loss drop first 3 of the 4. EPOS was
game average of 8 runs and 12 finals and a very impressivewin ped them to 2 1/2 games behind held hitless by Jackson Prevattfor
hits. Edmondson was the win- over the 1968 tourney champions BPOE 3 innings. But their bats GOING
ning pitcher in three games. Savannah. In Wednesday's game Dis- began to connect in the final
Hazen In the other two. Townsend Strickland, right accepts the championship
Callahan Realty had the distinction Police matched single inning, rapping ount 2 doubles:
Garden opened the tourney of participating in the' trophy of the Fifth Annual Starke Invitational Softball Tournament count runs and In the first Inningof and 2 singles and the 3 runs.
with Gainesville Russ Piker most games, 7, and finished In for the Garden Restaurant. With him are City Council- play but then Police was held Eddie Blalock hurled for the
winning it 54. In their second third place with a 5 and 2 re- man P. T. Nolin and Recreation Director Gene Rayburn. scoreless for the next two Inn- Elks allowing 3 base hits. Ran- ?awi4D

The Garden was undefeated In winning Its first Starke tour.najnent. Ings while Discount scored dall Williams and Randy Lawson -
r twice In the second and five each had a double while Bla.
" Team trophies were awardedto times In the third to take an lock, Bobby Patterson, and Dale
Jacksonville the
, cord. provided 8-1 lead at the end of three Johns bad singles for the win-
Terwi fans with probably the most the Garden. Ormond Beach Innings. Police rallied In the ners. For the Police, Kevin Kel-
a ar exciting game of the tourney and Jacksonville. fourth for 4 runs to close the ley bounced one over the fence
of and
when they cams from behind to The players Garden FANTASTIC SAVINGS
Ormond gap to 8-5. Southern for a ground rule double while
Beach received indivi-
eliminate Savannah. The Metro made It 9-5 In their half pf Joey Bakken and Benny Carter
team went into the bottom, of dual trophies for their efforts.A In the bottom of the5th.which
MotorsAND seventh trailing 10-6( and with team Sportsmanship trophywas was the final inning becauseof BPOE 9 COKE 1 DURING OURDISCOUNT
clutch hitting won it 1110. Jacksonville awarded to Ormond Beach Police
the time limit, the BPOE became the winningrest
led all teams in Optical. This award was made
runs made an effort to rally as
team in the Bantam League as
scored with 52, hits 78, and possible. by the Starke Bradford they scored once and had the they picked up their 6th victory SALE
home 7. Sanford in only County Chamber of Commerce.
runs tying run at the plate; how-
2 losses
against only Monday,
P. T. Nolin and Mac Baldwin
4 games hit 6 home runs. ever So. Discount rose to the .
June 2."J'hey MUST CLEAR OUT All Furniture
The entire tourney produced were present to make the tro- occasion squelched the rally
have tie The
26 home runs, 4 less than 1968 phy presentations. Plans are already and earned a 9-6 win.[ Tom- tie came at one the expense game. of Before The Summer Slump At
288 runs, 39 less than 1968 and being made to see If we my Wise picked up the win
Coca Cola, team with
a only
508 base !hits, 37 less than 1968. can rnaka the 1970 tournamenteven allowing 6 base hits walked only Tremendous Discounts
one win and one tie in 9 starts.
From Recreation Dlr. Gene better than 1969. 3, and struck out 5 batters.
Rayburn's viewpoint, this year's TOURNAMENT RESULTS Jackson Prevatt and Joey Bak- The Elks Club scored enough
11 tourney was tops in comparisonwith 1. Garden Restaurant 5-0 ken hurled for Police, giving up runs In the first inning to win
I the previous ones, and 2. Ormond Beach 32. 7 hits, 9 walks and record- the game, but added 6 more In Re.PHILCO AM Radio SALE
from comments of the spectators 3. Jacksonville 5-2. Ing 5 strike outs. the third and fourth innings.
teams etc. everyone 4. Savannah 2-2. Eddy< Dyal with a double anda Dale Johns. pitched BPOE to $3995 2 gpeaJcer $i95

agreed that this was the best 5. Melbourne 2-2. triple Randy Martin with a victory allowing only 2 base Very Attractive
to date. Over all all the teams 6. Clearwater 2-2. triple and a single paced So. hits. (Johns struck out 6 and
Paul David wacked only two. Joey Thomas
7. Sanford 2-2. Discount. Proctor
were .stronger which Is indicatedby
0 nnp, 8. Starke Merchants 1-2 Proctor, and Wise chipped in a went all the way for Coke and
Drive the scores, Rayburnsaid.
Of the 22 games played, 17 9. Gainesville 0-2. hit each. Joey Bakken,now. own-.- gave up 6 hits, struck out 6, and.

of them were decided by 3 runs 10. St. Augustine 0-2. NASWORTHYFurniture

A or less., Six games saw only 1 11. Valdosta.0-2. When You Use An Andrews! Charge
run difference. 12. Tltusvllle 0-2 Account V.-.

Your Prescription Tax Records rare & Philco Appliances

Bradford Barber Shop vs Ham- Kept For You By Us
Men Begin ton; 9 p.m. Merchants vs Gar-
Andrews Drugs I 310 Jo:. CALL ST. PH. 964.5011
Second HalfSoftball den.Tuesday, June lUIS p.m.,
TerDen vs Merchants 9p.m., For Fast Delivery Dial 064-7170 Q i11
Barber Shop vs Garden.

$1695 1967 Galaxie 500 Go

Second Half of the Men's Slow
Pitch Softball League got under-
Tudor Automatic Trans. V-8 16,000 Miles way Tuesday night, June 3,with
Garden Restaurant meeting
Terwillegar Denmark In the WeVe

$1095 1966 Falcon first merchants game took while on Hampton the Starke in got

the second game.

Fordcr) Automatic Radio One Owner Garden Starke 1969 Invita-
tional Champs continued their
winning ways with an easy 8-1 the lowpricedspread.
win over Ter-Den. Terwill-
$245 Jeep Station Wagon egar$ Denmark led only once
In the first inning when they
picked up their lone run. Gar-
4 Wheel Drive den scored single runs in the
second and third innings 2 in
the fourth, and then closed out .
$695 1963 Dodge FordorAir fifth.the scoring with 4 runs in the

Garden outhit Ter Den 14-5
Conditioned One Owner Clean with Marcus Rhoden and Tom-
my Clark getting 3 hits each.
Ter Den was led by Dewey
McKinney with 2 hits.
1962 ChevroletWagon
$495 Second game saw the Mer-
chants keep pace with the
Garden as they came up with a
One Owner
11-3 win over Hampton. Ham-
pton led after two innings 2-1
but then the MerchaJts.b\"Qk"! r-- 4 LLL : ..jI :i.TTh
$6951965 CorvairAutomatic loose for 10 runs over the last (
four Innings for the victory.
The Merchants outhit Ham-
Radio Good Condition pton 138 with Claude Har-
dee pacing the Merchants wih
3 hits while Gerald Thomas led

$2195| 1967 LTD Hampton with 2 hits.

Fordor Sharp Power & Air One Owner SCHEDULE:
Lower.: Falcon.$2080Sixpeople
Thursday June 5-8 p.m.,

$1595 1967 RamblerSuper big. Lots of luxury. Now at the lowest

Car Leaves price yet this year.Lowest. .

Sport V-8 Automatic Power & Air
Wreck SceneA

May 22 accident left a driver -
with minor injuries and an
Usd automobile damaged and esti-

mated 1000.
In a two-car accident, according
to the Florida Highway

.r Patrol, the second vehicle left
the scene of the accident and
has not yet been located.
Reporting the accident was
Robert Lee Sykas. of Starke
who was one of the persons involved

$$1695 1967 Ford Pickup aged.who's 1968 in the Chevrolet accident was dam and Maverick.$1995*

Long Wheel Base Radio & Heater. was According driving to north the on FlIP 301, Sykes and First 1970 car at 1960 prices. With power for U.S high-

tils automobile was struck in the ways, style, and comfort, too.

rear as the second vehicle at- Manufacturer's suggested retail price for the car. Price does not Include: G
1969 ChevroletPickup to enter 301 from SR
$1995 optional white sldawall tires, $32.00; dealer preparation charges, If any;
221. The accident occur, .J at
transportation charges, state and local taxes.
12:30: a.m. May 22 about 2V4
Like New 7,000 Miles miles south of Starke on 301. '

Come save 'in Ford Country. 'FtRDiTERWILLE6AR :..::
My Neighbors
$$1295 1967 Pickup J

International One Owner Clean

i BHi

r 1 r10 J




Ucpff M with Clyde

Authorized Ford Dealer in Bradford and Union

.' l or "Vie" TODAY. ] Agates"Keep,Joe"your-my eye kid's open collecting for 206 W. MadJsoir&t Counties.Phone 964.7200 Stai .!.- Fla.


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1 )' WITTNAUR WYLAR ::4I Diamond Heart WEDDING

CARAVELLE WALTHAM _______________ ___ __ I r- PENDANT :award yourself
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, is worth safekeeping! Graduation E ___.__________- -- ____ ,

*Especially when our vault-protected Safe SPECIAL iii! $$2295 ________________________________________________________________________________________._- ____ 5-riECE SILVER PLATE

Deposit boxes cost so very, very little per ____ 17,000 BTU TEA SERVICE $$8995, :IoU i:
Reg. $$42.50 ___;
year-to safeguard your jewelry, deeds, ___ 266 2 6 6 SPECIAL 0
insurance policies,Will,securities,and other $$22.00 __ NODMOWONNEY ::. TheS SANFORD

valuable items. 17-Jewel Swiss StarkeChrysler r k e 23"diag.Mod.I.295 GL.610>sq in.picture CI Class Rings b by Y B BalfourWOODBURN'S a If l-

Kent{( a Safe Deposit) box) here..NOW! CLASS RINGS Our r Volume I $$10.00 PER. MONTHSLADE Lu
TERMS TO SUIT -36 Months to pay C-)
FLORIDA I I PI Plymouth h S
Special on Diamonds And Low Overhead ELECTRIC C)
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1 Quality Paint MYSTERY f1 E MERCHANT M E III H A I $1 J _____ ,cn7'HEI..? Lu If they gave OH an award entuckij for"the best'fried performance with

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YOU MUST3Y And Be A Winner. %\\\f/4v\\ / ) fried chicken.." the Colonel would walk away with it..
OFF MFR LIST z So it's' only fitting that Kentucky Fried Chicken should
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television's big annual show CBS.Sunday
2O'3o Duration of Mystery! Merchant Weekly'Conte t Rules UP June sponsor 8 8. Check your local listing for time and station..
And this ad to 50 bucket barrel of
Contest VI) use save on a or
Clip: th* !silhouettes' and take to the merchants you: think.!:" they! : match alone: with his ad on'tnis pape. The :: chicken.. Remember: ,the offer is good with this coupon
first\ ono<: to present a proper silhouette will receive\ a $j.U)O gift certificate. If you are the second one to JEWELRY - $$1.00 and up I- .
Bucket Barrel No substitutions.
only. one or only.
Now on
And d 5 Save
AUTO SALES AND FINANCE CO. Buy present a matching! silhouette )you will receive\ a $$3.00. () Jlt:: certificate and if you are t third you will receive CARL HURST Offer : Sunday,June 8 8.
:r' a $$2.00 gift certificate. Register while you are in the :store, and you will be eligible for a Grand EVENING BAGS - $$5.00 5 u, expires
I'' I'' I'' 1.2" PLASTIC PIPE- 100'' Roll. $$2.22 Prize of $$150.00 in merchandise at the end of the ('onte;; I"" I"" t"" eligible in their own stores but may play the game in oUer stores.' MINI SLIPS -- LACE TRIMMED PHONE 964-6111 1 1
3-4" PLASTIC PIPE 100' Roll$$3.33
Colors I and d White ,-'- $$4.00
1" PLASTIC PIPE -- 100' Roll -- $$5.75 ,,' "'''''I''is u''''''''''.
AND LOSE $$2,000, IN 1.. Anyone age 18 or: older may) rt-t-ister.:& for tile Oiand Plze: LACE TRIMMED PANTIES 24 HOUR i ,
in gift certIficates.
JUST MENTION OUR NAME OR IF YOU TWO YEARS {' 2 2. Each person may register any t tme: at each of the participating '- '
$$1.00 : =
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US DON'T SPEAK THEIR R LANGUAGE, CALL \ x S . 3 3.. Register: g any stores r day y from opciiiiu to closing time.. : ''t: Wrecker :!i''
: (GOOD) GRADE 4 4. Put name and address cn tegl ration slip : ]

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WE OFFER THE !QUICKEST! MOST EFFICIENT Weekly Winners Plus-lSO$ Grand Prize Service
When You Can Buy A Good' Free gift certificates from each fe :ured merchant each week
IT with Big. Orand Prize of $$150. In f fe' merchandise at with end of Free ..W .ll.. ....................."" U. S. 301 NORTH 2-PC.SNACK>> CHICKEN PACK
contest No purchase neceary.;>?< r) E R gister each day \ any
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_____ 100 % S P First Federal Offering. Service Hours method to creep feed calves .
___ fA B D\\(. FREE ( They Powerful Multi-Room Department All the Power' and "Performance' of,yesterday's' .out.
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TIRES Inc I INC. '.. : : PICK-UP AND CHROME ___ 'cWfwe you get;
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PHONE 964-5800 ____________ SPECIAL FILM !
: I 501 Nylon Carpet Cushion I"tlltallatw. Businessman's'
"Custom 125" Complete %Wall-To-Wall Job .' SUPER 8 50 Gallons G II Interior I Paints50
FULL 4-PLY LUNCH Crisp, and d REGULAR 8 a
Was $$9.95 yd. NOW$$7.95 yd. FOR 1
Milk In Gallon Jugs WHITE _____ $$100 30 DAYS You For Discontinued Colors Val. to $$5.98 gal..
E EVERY DAY D A y Pay Developing Only
$$1.11 1 Plus Deposit Interior and Exterior' Masonry\ Paint Per Gal. ..
650x13 14.82 2 13.72 $$3 INTEREST :: and fresh looking all summer __ .
; t 773x14 16.90 14.85 8 Kling Tite I Was $$3.50 NOW $$2.50 :; // long',Summer may be great for METHODCLEANERS Each Roll Only $$2.10 Plus Tax .......,.. 111
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,w 100's' $$3.95 Plus Tax TIRES Water Hose -- Plastic and R.I.I.er. LOANS FOR on phone each week will receive FREE
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ABSOLUTELY NO SECONDS OR BLEMISHES When They Appear In The Paper.' 22. N. Tempi Arc. Phone 9 961.744. -::.. p'.' i U.S. 301 SOUTH BIRTHDAYS GRADUATION FATHER'S' DAY (for the week! PAINTSPage

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tor the remainder of the budget : *::=>.. *::::: :;::::::::=:ii:!:;:::: '($::::;:::::::::::::::::$::::::::::*:::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::;:::::.1:
Project Stalled Board Doubles from Starke /west of Brooker)
J year. f Home Reps. Law Is Sets | and would rather conduct all
I He said the Sheriffs Department -
the business at once to :
I(Continued! ] From Page One) except from U. S. 301 through) members to a joint city; has contributed about $4, :#, (Continued From !Page One) *t* Meeting additional trips to town. But be'
000 In fines and forfeitures to
all the county; fair association com-
the Edwards property; didn't comment when the chairman -
him it Is still unknown what! mittee to plan a paving keep those contributions In (Continued From
( way to SR225 and the South- pro- lion each year by home repair repair contracts in a calendar Page One) suggesed the experiment.'
the home rule bill wilKcontain.l ject at the Bradford Fair Com- excellent shape.
"We want to dig It as bad, ern Railroad. Both the State plex. Chairman Shuford namedJ. -- Received an invitation from racketeers.In year when the amount exceeds who spoke against additional ,
Road and the rail-
as you want it done," CommIssioner road contend Department their culverts M. (Buck) Norman and Gen. Henry W. McMillan to at- 1967 The Telegraph ran a $500 per project. meetings, saying he opposed IAN
J. M. (Buck) Norman are Ralph Bryan. The request came tend a review of National Guard series of articles about home Contractors who are licensed them because he lives so far
sufficient to handle all the water
repair frauds and cited four under the Florida Construction
told McGriff. from Fair Association Mem-
at June
troops Camp Blanding
that flows down the creek, the
"I know you do. You'vedone Commission said. ber Cliff Hazen. 7 at 9: 30 a. m. The reviewis examples of Bradford County Industry Licensing Board are
a tremendous amount of I -- Agreed to call for bids on| open to the public. residents who !had been taken exempt from the licensing but I
In other action, the Board I
: small machine to be by unscrupulous operators: will still have to conform to
work McGriff said. a fogging -- Appointed E. W. Hodges
-- Agreed to appoint two !
The creek Is now widened. used on a boat built by the) of Hampton Lake to the Zon- -Two elderly! Pine Street residents the rest of the bill. Hey girls
I I mosquito control. The small ing Board. Commissioner Buck found themselvs saddled The bill exempts' all banking
250-pound compressor will cost! Norman said Hodges had requested with a $1,900 mortgage for repairs institutions from all parts of
about $1,600, according to the appointment. that were supposed to the bill.Other.

GRADUATION County; Sanitarian Jack Tra-;, -- Was told by Commissioner [have cost $400.A points in the bill are: IDEALGRADUATION
wick. Bryan that Judge Yawn wantsto woman who could neither -Anyone who accepts a false
-- Was told by Commissioner I) obtain dog control ordinances read nor write discovered that completion certificate shall be GIFT
Norman that the Bradford from other sources than her !home was mortgaged for fined $1,000 or a year In )Jail or
Library Committee is favorable) Clay County before attemptingto $3,667 for repairs that were supposed both.It
to building a new library on.. write one for Bradford. to have cost $1,800.An is the responsibility of f 1e1'anA4has
county property adjacent to' --Discussed its disagreementwith elderly Lawtey couple the sellers of mortgages and
the new courthouse. Design! the law that prohibits the owed $1,214 for a bathroom that contracts not to request or accept -
similar to the new courthouse payment of vacation pay before was to have cost $850. Three contracts with ,blanks in
Is planned. The building will, a man leaves on a trip. Judge men worked half a day on the them. Under the old law it was
(SAPS OWND AY be financed with money raised Yawn again explained that an job and the bathroom was the buyer's responsibility

In a local drive and matched, employee cannot be paid any- never completed.A -The purchaser! of a mort
0rA by federal dollars. thing he hasn't earned. It Reno resident was paying age will be subject to the sar,
--Received the resignation of, doesn't matter whether the em- $3,655: for repairs that should rules as the contractor and wj. '
Mrs. Jeanette KIncaid from the ployee is on the Job or not, have cost $600. be held responsible for the original Hang Ten
library Board. No action was, Yawn said, he hasn't earned the The bill which the Legislaturehas contract. Under the old
OPEN taken since such appontments pay until he has been on the just passed, and which may law. the horns owner had no
are made by the governor. payroll until pay day. now be law, requires licensing remedy once the contractor sold by Charlie's Girls
.- Questioned the progress -- Noted that condemnation of all home improvement sales- the mortgage!
Tuesday & Friday proceedings have begun on the
of purchasing right-of-way for The
men employed by contractors State Comptroller's of.
*\ 10:00 A.M. the repaving of SR-16 from Maude Hess property near Hell- and financing and lending fice will have the authority to
bronn. The county Is seekingan
Starke west to the Clay County ;
TO 5:00 P.M. agencies or Individuals which audit the books of tho&e covered
easement to clean a drain-
line. Clerk Charles Darby said '
sell than two In the
or buy more home bill once a year.
he thinks the $196,000 avail- age ditch.
Phone 964-7124 able will be sufficient $126, -- Was told by Clerk Darby
000 Is available from the SR-I that all the county's; movable
235 paving project at Brooker)) equipment has been accounted
w, and $70,000 of the county's sec-i! for by his office. Council Sets

ondary road funds will be used.' v
The right of way purchasingwill
begin from the Volley Star- WreckIs txb
ling Grocery west Darby said,
avoiding expensive right of-
way in the city. Fatal Salary StudyCity
114 N. Walnut St. Received a report from Darby / $6 e.

that only $13,000 remains in the
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current fine and forfeiture fund

L.. _ _ _ how anybody came out
- employees henceforth be In the past year, the city; has shirt
je B p Tee
B B B eBi eB ei alive Chambers commented.He .
paid for eight hours per week- lost 14 of its 68 employees or
said that Camplin was end for standby duty; the City; about Wo of its work force.
driving south on SR 100 and Council decided Tuesday night The reason given was that the
The NEW Look"The Mrs. Thornton, with her two June 3, in accepting a committee pay is low and employees quit v' ;

children in the car, was head recommendation from for better paying jobs. r .
ing north on SR-100. The officer Councilman Jimmy McKae. r r'e f "' sY

said that Camplin was driving The councilman's suggestion On another matter, the coun-
in the left lane."Photographs. for an in-depth study of the cil voted 3-2 to install a shal- ,
of the scud complete city pay system was low 8 foot sewer line 600-
marks show that the right side also accepted. Chairman Orie feet long to serve the new.
of (Camplin's) vehicle was Wiggins moved at once to set State Road Department office
about two feet from the center up the procedure. There was no and maintenance at the indus-
line," the captain added. opposition. trial Park on Edwards Road.
There were no skid marks Cost of the project, Including
Besides the eight hours per ice
a. indicating that neither driver building of an manhole, was
,. weekend for standby duty, em-
applied brakes. Chambers said. estimated at $1,500. The SRD
ployees will be paid for more
No charges have been filed. is furnishing material, includ- ,}d
than eight hours if they actually tie ,
Investigation of the case. con The will ig pipe, for the project. r
work over that. pay
tinues. .come whether or not'the employee -
is called out for duty; There was a lengthy discus-
while on standby. sion on whether to install the 4''
shallow line or employ an out-
Shaw HurtingBut McRae's suggestion on the side firm at greater cost to
entire pay scale was for the Install an 18-tootdeep which
On Job chairman to appoint a commi- the city; engineers call for in
ttee to go over the salary of their long range. sewer plan for
every employee with his .department the city.;
Rep. Gene Shaw came head.Chairman .
down with a painful case ///.1
of the shingles Sunday Wiggins went Mc- Councilman Neil Tucker
and has been hamperedin Rae one better by naming com- moved to built the shallow
his legislative:: activityin mittee chairman to meet with line and McRae gave the second.
"The House Savings and Home Loans" Tallahassee this week. his department head to go over Councilman P. T. Nolin and
The Bradford legislator the salaries. McRae is in ,Gerald Williams voted againstthe .
.. reported Tuesday, charge of utilities Nolin, recreation shallow line. Chairman look for the genuine Hang Ten identifying footprints.
Wiggins then voted for the shal-
via telephone, that he ; Nolin, rules; Tucker, low, line saying the has They are your assurance of the la'sst! t i ye: :Nsjt in

To Celebrate The was back in his officeat still Williams streets; fire.McRae Clerk safety Merrill; and :many more sewer projects city; knock-about clothes. The tee-shirt comes in navy,
Of work although
Opening Our in considerable discomfort Edwards will be in charge of 'pending and needs to save natural, olive and gold SM.L.HURRYI .
recommendations 'or city hall ,money

New Home We Are Offering ed Shaw two. days, however of meetings miss-i employees. !

with the joint House-

Senate conference com- wonderful ways to say. .

"WHILE' "- mittee on governmental
reorganization, which i
J < GIFTSTO has been called the num-
ber one issue of the 1969 ATNEWSQLSTASUSMEQ
session of the Florida

THRIFTY JUNE SAVERS legislative session.

Gordon N. Saunders //904 /LA.. .Z.eoy .

Open Or Add To An Account For The Llu f ,;Illhuniym
: Gordon Newman Saunders, 52, Badcocltb \t 1 '. i

died at his home in Jacksonville WARRANTY

Saturday, May 31, following. Proudly Presents .
At on* limo la Z loy'f lea.
Or More $500 Or More sudden illness. lory will, ,.po"ar.1I its option' ,
Born at Oneco, Fla. on Oct. k raplact its ftclining mtchenum -
19 1916, Mr Saunders was an LA-Z-LOUNGER F or any part Ihtttof without -
charm, ai..pt any tails al
employee the Postal
And You Depart. packing and hipping
ment In Jacksonville for the 1i
And You
past 24& years He was a veteran lJ
of) World War II, and a memberof y LA-Z-BQV
Get AStainless
t the Methodist Church.
Get A Nylon : Surviving are two sisters, Th. ntmentol La-Z-Lounger is at classically beautiful as it is comfortable. Rela
Mrs. Nelma Keen, of Kingsley i in Slyl. with the chair that hat a reputation' for quality, There are styles for every
Steel I Lake and Mrs. J. J. Hussey, of '0."., no matter how telective Spanish. French Modern and Contemporary It
I I I Sarnia Ontario Canada. reacts smoothly and gently to your every with 'lounging watching TV, catnapping
even full bed reclining Come in and tee ut today, make sure that
Set Funeral services were held! s you give your
Serving at 10 family, the chair with a meaningful Lifetime Warranty, Let ut thaw you why La-
Spoon Rest ajn. Thursday in Jones
I -Boy' Continental to-Z .
I Memorial -Loung.r' it the most comfortable eipenence you II
Chapel with Rev. r ever have,
Robert D. Burch officiating. Interment .

Sorry Only One To A Customer 'Cemetery was with in DeWitt Crosby C. Jones Lake : The Most You'll Comfortable Ever Have Experience!

Funeral Home in charge.

Pallbearers were fellow em THERE ARE STYLES FOR EVERY TASTE I i

= COME IN SOON = tal ployees department.of the Jacksonville pos SPANISH MODERN



SPECIAL --- THIS MONTH: Bids BIDS will ON be VEHICLES accepted until of 179
I 4
h July 2 for furnishing two vehic :4C- Styles

:I hI We Will Pay A Dividend At The End Of June Starke les for city mail routes at the r r $15 DOWN $2.50 A WEEK

I, On All Passbook Accounts In By The 20th! C. Hazen post Jr office.announced PostmasterT. yes I \ 1 1QWEST

t terday. :
"This is in connection with
the Post Office Department Action

program to motorize all justifiable without;. I.r MOO V S
routes," Hazen saId. I' jr
Full information on the typeof y 4

vehicles expected mileage,
and daily time may be obtainedat ? *
the Starke iv .
post office. TV po.itlOn .
with log ...t I '1 r, :.

ROBBED Oj:: $300A i
SAVINGS AD LOAN ASSOCIATION lone bandit, armed with a mac
shotgun, hit the Mlnit Marketon fVII (led 03'C OtcC
Madison Street about 9:45: reclining action
p.m. Monday and walked
(*(M|M4-MOO J >WEST MAOOOM meat away
with $500 in cash.
snare noes.swat
'. The robber was described
"The House Of Sayings and Home Loans" a 22 or 23 year old white PRICES EASIEST TERMS
man. Bradford County; Sher-
iffs deputies are continuing 128 S. WALNUT ST. BILL WILSON.,_OWNER"f.

page 8TELEGRAPH- : June 5, 196 the Investigation. 1. _>

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J:--1'.0.:.- ''ic: t;> ;:; .l."(0'. :: ','I",. j", .,."<,. I_ i"1:< p I Battle of Music to Spark I Last Graduation

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.i t ." l.t': .r',1 .. : J".1;.r. !.- t. i I j i Library Fund.Marathon :t Set At RJE I

. Timber <' '
; Suit .1>..1:1: : The library Building: Fund collected by people'; associated.

.i 1 1tw Marathon originally scheduledfor with the Library Building Fund Twenty-nine seniors will be
., 31, will be (held tilts
I In a decision- that may have Last Feb. 7, the appeal W8'.lIcarrled May WPXE Radio. Including Mrs. Jeanette Kincald. the last to( don cap and gownsat
I implications over the entire'state to the { : Saturday on Mrs. M. W. Greasier M.s Hen- RJE High School when that
Supreme Court .' The Marathon will be a battle -
the Florida Supreme and 4" .. ry Godwin. MIss Florence Jennings school holds its graduatioq, at 8
Court last week ruled In favor McCarthy again'as J J i between two "Pixie" personalities : :Mrs. Russell Norman p.m. Tuesday, June 10. In the
adversaries.The .
'of Bradford County In what Larry Bruner and Harry Mrs. H. C. Hitch Mrs. Robert pm.
. should I end the county's four- decision handed down by, :: -- T. The latter thinks that people Burch. Mrs. John Sanders and The high school'classes of the
year battle over timber tax the Supreme Court Wednesday who like rock and roll muslo others. 49-year-old school are being
assessments.The apparently settles the matter as, 'will donate more money to !him phased out as part of Bradford
decision last week was recourse to the U.S. Supreme to Play their favorite records Many people have become in County School System's master
I Ion an appeal from the First Court is held to be unlikely. than Bruner will get from, those terested In helping to build a plan for education. Next year
District Court of Appeals by When Container filed suit back who like country and western new library for Bradford Coun- the high school students will
Container Corp. of America. 1 in 1965, three other companies!, tunes. ty by donating their time, talent attend Bradford High School.
The company owns about 36, and an individual also brought i Favorite records of radio listeners and money to the cause according Main speaker at graduationwill
205 acres In Bradford Co'inty )
and has set Its assessment (the other year and all funds received 'will of the drive. dean of theology at Edward
values at$46 per acre. circuit plaintiffs accepted the: go to the Library Building Fund. Ralph Bryan, winner of the Waters College, Jacksonville.
Bradford Tax Assessor Gene ( court decision and paid. 1w- -1 The Marathon will run from slogan contest donated Ms cash Baccalaureate service will be
Long, named as defendant in their taxes in full. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Telephone requests prize back to( the building fund, held at 10 a.m. Sunday in the
Bradford County Chief Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddlah (right
the suit along with Tax Collector -' ) will be taken and monies Mrs. Sanders said.

J. R. Kelly, assessed is shown receivingdiploma from President Richard M. Nixon ,....,..,....,..,,...,.....,,..,,..,,..,,..,......UU.HUU.........................,........." ... ..... gymnasium with the Rev. S. S.
timber Jands at $79 per acre. 'CourthouseFurniture at commencement exercises for the 83rd Session of the FBI Nat- ;;;;;;:;:::::::::;;:::::;::;;;;:;:;;;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::;:: kins Robinson United Jr.,Methodist pastor of Church.Simp-

'As a result of the Supreme I lonal Academy In Washington D.C. last week. At left Is FBI 68 Students CARD OF THANKS Jacksonville preaching.

Court's decision Bradford,, Director J. Edgar Hoover. Valedictorian of the class of
We wish to
stands to collect a total of Honored At express cur deepest '69 is Esther Barber and salutatorian -

$97,438 from Container Corp.in Bid DelayedA Awards Day friends appreciation and relatives to our for many their Is Cynthia Williams.
1965-67 taxes due. Con- White House Gives J. C. Bradley
co-sponsor) of
tainer, however has until Julyl! (kind expression of sympathy; in
the class, said
three-week providing this is one of the
12 to petition the court for a delay In SIxty-elgrht awards to out. the loss of our dear wife and smallest
rehearing and if the firm does approximately $30,000 in standing students In every category mother. Your prayers and thou- graduating classes the
so, the money won't be due until furniture for the new Bradford Reddish A Change"It of .school activities were ghts were comforting during; school he's has had in the eight
years been there.
County courthouse has been In- Seniors
that petition is settled. presented at the first annual hex Illness.
curred and three bidders given The family, of have usually numbered about
County Judge T. A.Yawn who Awards Day program In the
additional time to furnish the big kick" Chief The curriculum covered nine \Annie B. Crawford 40.
has! defended the county In Its was a able to work with the Vo Tecif BHS auditorium Wednesday
fight aginst five timber firms County Commission with detailed Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish. major areas!!: criminal law and Center to set'P courses In specified afternoon. May 28.
and successfully fought the battle specifications said referring to his recent visit court proceedings, police management areas such ,as criminal
frcpi Circuit Court throughthe Architect Frank George of to the White House. and policy, behavior investigation.One A complete list of the awards
hi A state court was notified Palatka. who designed the new Reddish was one of 100 per- sciences, Investigations and of the main ..accomplish and the \students receiving them MY SINCERE THANKS.
of the Supreme Court's decision courthouse and who is !in charge sons participating 1n gradua- case preparations scientific examination ments of the Academy Is that will be published in the special .
last Wednesday, May 28. of securing furniture for the tion .exercises of the FBI Na- of criminal evidence it up grades the image of the individuals graduation issue of The Tele-
He requested last week that The building said the three bidders. tional Academy which were Identification techniques education : who attend ,and the graph on June 12.
Telegraph hold the story until The Bradford County Telegraph held at the White House for the physical: education (suchas department he represents; Red- r-v--;, ,- '7")',"
he was officially notified how- Purdue Office FurnitureCo. 1 first time. defensive tactics) and voca- dish said. The awards were donated and ;c." '
ever. of Jacksonville and Office Speaking at the graduation on, tional education (such as fire He commented that the FBI presented to the .students by : ,
Commenting on the court's Equipment Distributors of Jacksonville :May 28 were President Richard arms training.) !National Academy Is often referred local businessmen, civic clubs
decision, Long, said last week: did not submit sum- :Nixon Attorney General John The academy was orient C to 'as the West 'Point of and other organizations. i' 1s1 ,
"I am very happy and I know dent manufacturer's information :Mitchell and FBI Director J. ward men who hold super < '? law enforcement and that some ,
that both the county commissionand on alternate Items bid. 1 Edgar Hoover. positions in law enf orcerr : > departments (such as the \Florida CONSUMER CREDIT *;
the school board will be George made a recommendation The law officers attended Its purpose is to teach it .> Bureau of Law Enforcement PROTECTION ACT ". r i iJ
to the due that a fourth 'bidder Bowen class from 9 to 5 Monday that they can return ti 'r ) give preference to na TO BE EXPLAINED '
pleased get
them." money Office Supply of Plant City; be through' Friday during their 12- departments awarded the complete contract (II week stay In Washington. The-Chief Deputy hopes to be_ graduate.. all businesses In Bradford
Soon after Long announced the I I since It was the only firm County are invited to attend a
roll which Increased which supplied the :information .,- discussion! of Title I of the new
1965 tax was
requested.The Annual FFA Consumer Credit Protection Act $
under a re-assessment May
Commission. however did (Truth In Lending) ot the Civil
program, Container that filed suit, not follow the recommendationand ParentSonBanquet Double 50 Year Defense building (Fairgrounds)
claiming Long'sassessments ; allowed the three firms two tonight (Thursday) at 7:30.: The
were weeks :In which to supply the in Average HereMay meeting Is sponsored by the
discriminatory and illegal. formation.The HeldMike StarkeBradford County Cham-
The case was brought to trial furniture was bid :In three ber of Commerce.
I before Circuit Judge John A. H. catagorles: metal, wood, and Tew of Lawtey and rainfall ;dn Bradford County Judge T. A. Yawn wlU
Murphree on Jan. 16, 1967, and miscellaneous Items. Th3: Commission Cecil Stalnaker of Breaker received County was double the 50 year explain the new law which goes
in defending Long's : has reserved the rightto Star Chapter Farmer degrees average with 5.61 Inches measured Into effect July 1, All businessesthat To my many Friends and Policy-
assessments Yawn stated they take the low bid In each at the .annual !Parent-Son during the 31-day period. extend credit to consumers
{were based on the Just Value catagory or select one firm to Banquet of Future Farmers of Fifty-year average for the county whether the transaction Involves holders for making it possible for Beverly -

I Law and the "willing seJler-wilt supply the complete job. America Thursday night is 2.72 inches. merchandise. services or !a and me to attend The Torch Club
ing buyer" concept of valua The Bradford County Telegraph Around 200 :FFA members i-Mn .tl No woods fires were reportedby loan are affected by this legislation -
Is low on the entire job t.helaparentB.. and .guests at the Florida Forest ServiceIn if any finance charge Is meeting: of Liberty National Life in
tion.Ed for at 30596. Purdue Is second at tended this event la. the high or may be payable, or If the
McCarthy attorney the county during the week
Container based his argumenton $31.483 Bowen Is third at $32.- school cafeteria. ending Monday. Sixtythreefires credit Is repayable In more Myrtle Beach, S. C. the week of May
732. and Office Equipment Distributors Cecil Stalnaker also receivedthe than four Installments.
the "capitalized net income"approach have been reported since 26 1969.
Is fourth at 33665. DeKalb Senior Award for ,
whereby the land January 1, with 328.6 acres
would be valued on the amount By catagory Office Equipment outstanding FFA work. burned, as compared with 121 ADDING MACHINE ROLLS.
of income produced.. : Distributors Is low on the Jimmy Alvarez was cited for fires and 916.2 acres burned File Folder, compute line of- MIKE HANKS
metal furniture at $19,395 while Star Greenland honors, and during the same last
In the Bummer of 1967 Judge period flee mippUe -The Telegraph
Dale demons and David Stal-
Murphree ruled for Bradford The Telegraph Is low on the year. Phone 9646305.
wood furniture at $9,693 and the naker were recognized as Outstanding
but Container carried -
miscellaneous at $1,109. Junior Chapter mem
the case to the First District bers.
Court of Appeals. It was heardat An additional week will be
Honorary Chapter Farmer
required for
Holly Hill, and on Sept. 11, to study the .specifications Architect George and 'Degrees were conferred on M. t f

1968, that court upheld Judge make his recommendation! to A. Baldwin. Jr.. Nealy McCon-
Murphree's decsion. the Board. nell Jr., Jimmy 3a&klns. and
John Dempsey for their interest
land cooperation with the FFA Major. Simcox I to%

i 4. .1 Riidd Gas Water }Heaters program.Special awards went to Mrs.L. To Address Lions t *eVane 6 f

C. Sapp and Mrs. Ernest On Vietnam

: t heats water 3 times faster! Wilkinson and the Special Chapter
Award /was presented to
i MaJ. Thomas A. Simcox of
..1 \II, Joseph Gunter. Fort Lauderdale, will discuss t
:, ,I Rivers Of Hot Water At Mike Tew served ''as masterof the military position In Vietnam JUNE 5, 6, 7 -- ONLY t tt
; i ceremonies during the pro- at the Starke Lions Club
: LOW, LOW COST gram. The invocation was given meeting Thursday. June 12, at
by J. B. Gladieux; the addressof 8 p.m.

welcome by Dale demons; During his 15 years of military
:, Pay For It From Your and responses by Foster Shi service MaJ. Simcox has
Smith. A special guest was Van served in Germany and Okinawa FREE MONOGRAMMING
? Utility Savings Long State FFA Vice President as well as Vietnam. His I
who made a short talk. military awards and decorations
WATER HEATER INSTALLED include the Bronze Star Medal

WITH CARD OF THANKSOur for Valor Purple Heart Air
$77. Medal and Army Commendation
heartfelt thanks to all who Medal. His 30-month tour ON
Rent it for only $2.00 Per Month extended comforting sympathyand In Vietnam was with the U. S. ,
help in our recent sorrow. Army Special, Forces.Registration .
CALL NOW Thanks to Dr. Ritch. hospital t t
staff and DeWitt C. Jones staff. MEN'SShirts
i SLADE GAS :332 W. For the floral offerings and Set
other kindnesses are deep a \ -:: /
PHONE 1 ly grateful. For First Grade t'k
; Family of Mrs. ( .
Maude McCall.BULLINGTON'S And w..A i I
t ,". I. t
I '
I Registrations. of children entering .'' i
school for the first time ,
In September either kindergarten .. ,,.". '
REMODELINGMost or first ,grade, will ,,b"? ., r."".
accepted .at the elementary t t

!schools on Monday, June 16. t. / Pajamasr

Save On To be eligible for the first > {

grade, .A child must be six on or { : l-
Items One IILEI. GraduationAnd before Dec. 31. 1969. To be t tt
eligible for kindergarten a child fG.E.aj:. : Robes
Of A Father's must be five on or before the. ; .
!Same date.Parents .

Kind certificates should when present(they register birth t '& '''' '; t
D '
INVENTORYGiftsPrices their: children. I J. -

> MUST REDUCE Parents should take the child. ;i

ren to the school of their choice ,.. SHIRTSBY ,
anytime during the :regular I 0 / (
school hours June IS, "

Slashed for This Big Sale The 16th bas been set aside ,

Items Below Cost primarily who are to entering register first the grade children 91f

: Many -- Big Savings and who in did Bradford not Attend County kindergarten due t ARROW t

ing the 1968-69 term.

BOYS and ,GIRLS BILL FOLDS CHANNEL PORTABLE MASTER Registration kindergarten for was those held enterIng Monday .. VAN HEUSEN ,

IdentificationBRACELETS LARGE MENS SELECTION& LADIES RADIOS students, June were 1. At registered.that time 163 PAC ,

REDUCED However !Mrs. .Lucille !Payne
REG. $&95 V PRICE elementary supervisor said that t PAJAMAS
% there should be at least 100
Sale $3.95REDUCED 2O more children in the county

" 1.3 eligible September to go to and kindergartennext urges parents e ROBES e'J Zne$

ZIPPO LIGHTERS --- 20% OFF to bring these children in

RONSON LIGHTERS Vz PRICE and register. : them on the IGtb,

June 5, 1969 TELEGRAPHCountyWins Page

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Wives, Widows V

Due BenefitsA IyjY7

Bradford in Finals
new program providing educational -
assistance. for certain '
wives and widows of veterans T t.K I.r Up f!>O'
Public Law 90-631, went Into

&TARKE The Future effect a few months ago accord- GOT lb G T EVERYBODY'
Dixon of the Flor-
Farmers of America Chapterat ing to M. T.
Bradford Senior High ida Department of Veterans \

School Is again a finalist for Affairs. i -ro JON\ f\Ji\ : PI't( S PLAN
(he $250 top prize in the
School Forest Management Under the new law, the widowof

Contest sponsored by St. Re- a person who died while on FbR THE: 6fiS'LI t3RAR,( dNi 1

gis Paper Co. w active duty Is eligible for up to

The FFA chapter was a 36 months above of educational the high school assistance 1) i)(l LAND '

itinnciup in its North Florida I level. Also eligible are the wid-
area last year and won a $59
ows of veterans who( die following -
award from the paper company. i release from service. If the
death or disability' has been
A tlirec-nian panel of judges k A ofSe'as rated .service connected by the
met this week with Paul \tl SMwqY Veterans Administration.These .
Ilulchins FFA advisor and l
vocational agriculture teacher, 1 U '4
and members of the Bradford same benefits are also

chapter, who explained the available to the wives. of living
projects carried out on their veterans while rated permanently .h
school forest during the and totally disabled by the
school year.fudges Veterans Administration. ( because '

included Carl Dennis of a service connected

district:. forester, St. Re- disability.
gis, Jacksonville; Edward
Howard chief of informationand Each eligible wife or widow
education Florida Forest has a period of eight years to zt l lI
Service! Tallahassee; and which to complete the educational
Floyd Noithiip supervisor of training. For those eligi-
I vocational)) agriculture; instinc- ble at the time the new law

lion. State Department of Education went Into( effect, the eight year

Gainesville. period began on Dec. 1. 1968
Judging is based on the loi- JUDGING TEAM REVIEWS BRADFORD FOREST and will end Nov. 30 1976. :For

est management, practices Koniiie Garver, Howard, Hutchins, Northup, Dennis, Gene Combs those who become eligible after
conducted on- the forest and the law went Into( effect the

how the forest is utilized in of six .' ?'A chapters in Florida from woodlands controlled by ci.ition of Future Farmers ending date to( complete training ( :

I the institutional program. who were selected for. lii St Regis and the Florida For. America. During the 12- ear: to. eight years from the date If W
.\Vinneis of this year's contest oats in the St. Regis contest. est Service. history of the program, St.' they are found to( be eligible.

will be announced and There are approximately 70 The contest is sponsored by Regis has awarded some '
cheeks presented in August such !school forests in Florida the paper company in cooperation $7,000 in cash prizes: to win-
The Bradford chapter( is one with most of them provided with the Florida As o- ning FFA chaptel'S..M..M..M.. Dixon Invites Inquiries to his I M3tac u-tf\l r-4I
office at P. O. Box 1437 St.

Petersburg from any person Interested -

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: 1 topics ; By Alice McGarvey 25 Years AgoThe

r Editor, Information Services-J JA women of Bradford t +
County; could "mine" enoughtin you suppose that an \\\1;
advertisement would start like
professor at a southeastern to make almost 500 "ton
this? "I Am Ashamed of Someof
medical school says even so- and a hair' trucks, according '
the Work We Have Been TurnIng
called "social drinking" -
may to an estimate made In 1944 "
result In a great deal of damageto the vice-president of the Out Lately
by sMc
r ti'y the brain. American Can Co That was an ad In The Telegraph : fU1etrs fte 8 at'
__ Inserted by a local laun-
/ 5- Making this statement is Dr. The statement was made In
Melvin H. Knisely, a specialistin order to encourage the local, dry cleaning establishment.
alcohol research and head of salvage of tin for the The owner went on to explain

...i f the department of anatomy at war effort. it was tigurea ,'the reasons for the poor work,
the Medical College of South that the women of this county; such' as war time substi- By Lynn Hamilton of Southeri Marine

Maj. Spengler Promoted Carolina.Dr. would open 1,200,336 cans dur- tutes for the regular cleaning CHILDREN CAN BEAN boats )oii Sloe
Knisely made this claim ing the year and 2,500 cans fluids inexperienced help, and ASSET AFLOAT \\'hen toungslei hatch in (he
would the metal for'' giving fun he should I also hate ill the
provide priorities to service (lulilun
Promotion while attending the 28th International sciin to hate: iinlinuK.iltnugv
ceremonies were carried out at Camp Blinding on May 16 for Maj. Alcohol one truck. men. It ended with a pat- open.illy, ill (Oil wted UtealILh \\oik If sun tooth bun to :appio.iili'
V, J. Spengler who has been promoted to lieutenant colonel. Congress on During the preceding year trlotlc admonition to it with the I ugh atliiiule: he Mill
and Alcoholism in Washington, "Buy ate buath.1 I he woof of kcipmn'
Gen. V, S. Sikes and Mr. SpenRler, above, pin on the new colonel's silver leaves D. C., last September. the armed forces consumed approximately War Bonds and Hold Them1With t them h.pp'| | allo.it i is to keep them look\ foiuaul. to CMn the most ion-
line ihoics suili as 'sioumx /K111piopntv
three billion cans Our Men In Service 0944): (HUipic'd.Doiiling' '.
his level of social
I and
of food. In World War U Pvt. Ernest Phillips was sta- i is f.inilh) ILCK..IIIOII. ,\ ) keeping| lines ship-
is such that he feels
drinking there were few mobile kit- tioned at Camp Croft, S. C. bunting niiiuiK is a poled. Unit lui' shape .
I and tlnikIIIR
very happy, a man is beginningto chens and the fighting men had Herbert CloversettleofTheressa "' '" mine Inn fur iliiUlten. aunebiiiK sho\nifofr/(
FarmersThat Diarythe kill a few brain cells," says Its thrill fur a thud. Like, the / :ate mesh in which ton can:
tQ depend mostly on was stationed In New
was York.
assign :appiopiiate' lesponsihibtiesaeioitlinx
Dr. Knisely. "And the! damageis t\heel. under, Ins p.uinti siipcnl-
called C rations. Muchmore Sgi Hugh B, Ingram chiUhens ,
spent ,.i..I1 Kith like to be and. / to our age
old sun Is climbing high: mowing and we are having permanent. metal packaging was done then several days here with his imitate then gioun up Make: a Child pioiitl, ot hi, lonipc-
I Mill
er In the sky each day and will trouble keeping up.! About the A heavy intake of alcohol con than now and scrap metal was at mother, Mrs. Carrie Ingram Uillow the exampleuu p.nuns.' ) 'Ihcy sit; asboatman iI lime and beull be anxious to
continue to until about the 21st only solution for us, apparently tinues the professor, causes such a premium. He was on his way from Louis- It'aln; moieCluldicn,
of this month, and a midday Is is to have our place fixed up changes in the blood and blood iana, where he had been on ..lath Mini ilnlilmt the b.isir tan: also. lend a banduilb
nearly directly overhead. So with artificial grass, like' AstroTurf vessels that brain cells can be ---- maneuvers, to his new stationat lutes of I lie I o.iil :and the umniion 'c"II.,1" boat inaintinanieilioiis.
this Is a good time! to wear a but it would cost a for destroyed by oxygen starvation. Fort Belvolr, Va. Mrs. In- si use I rules of safetx:. 'hesc 1 lilies, I In t limited iloses painting.iwlihingnltl ,

hat to protect from a splitting tune, which at the present time This has been proven by re The Odd Fellows Lodge whlcr gram accompanied him to once Ic.ntucl, rill be I iitaincdVliin linn a/ pilili. lulu. in itatuiff and: \ a Lull instillin foi
I \\ institutions, be iispetl
search he says. had been -eactlvated MJU gi\c
headache or at worst a sun is beyond our means. recently ,Virginia the iiuipniiut|
stroke. The words in Noellowaid's "The alcohol causes agglutination in the county; elecJ the following Seaman 1-c Ernest Garrett sine cash to I Mile explain\oui ilulil the leasons Mill, be behind ninth, \i\ii loui amthing. IMI .I i Child

famous ditty come to Many men have bought riding or thickening, of the officers: T, M. Keene, who for the last four months mOle ictfptnc to institution if he i Mil ,lun. II sou IISL toiniiiiui stnsianil ,
mind: "Only mad dogs and mowers to( solve the prob- blood" says Dr. Knisely, "and Noble Grand; 0, Brooklns, had been a patient in Naval knout the icason behind the lulesII"e iiii.iKiii.ilhin! ""u'II In able'. .loileMlop
Englishmen go out In the noon lem, but our place Is so rough this sometimes leads to blockage Vice Grand; W. P. Bennett ,Hospital at Asheville N. C. :\ \ a game out of teaming the in slim ibildiin, abibliis
day sun." Hy Sam McGarveymiddle and full of slopes that we'd of the blood through some treasurer; E, J. Pilcher. Secretary ;was spending two weeks with meaning of boo)s :and iiuikeis, 01 .lll.lt Mill III.ike, Illllll .|ssls| |0 \<"UIh".lIillg |

of August. Anyone who need a machine crossed with a of the brain cells. Starved of Ms brother F. M. Garrett. the diireient t\pcsof Putter ;and s.ul- ; uijo;mint

Of course tobacco growers has had a home built will know Rockymountain goat, and to oxygen for as little as three Appointive officers were:
minutes the affected cells die. U. F. Cleveland, R, S. N. G.;
have no alternative but work there Is a long time taken up our knowledge, such a cross has
Inside Guard-
J. B. Whittaker
"The effect of brain damage is ,
the crop at this'! time of year, for finishing details after the not been even attempted.
cumulative. The brain consistsof Ian; R. R. Asher, Warden; andE.
and although we never raised place Is apparently ready for between ten billion and 18 W. Hayes, Chaplain.
that crop, we've taken many occupancy. But from what we've Even If It were accomplished billion cells but if only as few
harvesting pictures and can re- :heard the new courthouse! will there might be some trouble In
cells destroyed ata ----
10,000 are
port that the hottest we've ever be well worth waiting for knocking the horns off the offspring ..
been has' been out in a tobacco as it would obviously time this could be significant An Important of the -
over a long period of heavy group ,.,-- /
field blazing sun. The plant bs unwise to have a machine ,
in a Living out in the country Is drinking," he adds. USO YMCA was the Oper- f ') 1I I
leaves wilted so did the mule's just fine in many ways, but it which would take off and rama Among the outward manifesta ation Committee which In June 1\ \J) j ,.a

ears not to mention the perspir- has drawbacks having your random visitor tions of brain damage are increasing of 1944 was chaired by Miss i
ing humans. own water system to name one. forgetfulness Madge Middleton. New mem- iI
s Our pump was leaking badly DocumentaryStamps ressive loss of ability to work bers added at the time were I
By contrast under the fine last week and when Alice called efficiently Mrs A. Z. AdMns, Mrs. L. D.

shade of a bunch of big oaks for the second time to find out As an example of the ravagesof VIning, W. T. Clute, and F. F, iI I

where the tobacco was being when the repair man was coming brain damage Dr. Knisely Stump I
strung, nature provided an air. the woman at the repair says bodies of skid-row drunks Other members were Mrs
conditioning system that was office replied sympathetically, Show DecreaseDocumentary show such extensive destructionof H. C, Rltch Mrs T. H. Os. I
hard to beat. Protected from the borne, Mrs. Nat Sternberg, ano
"Why don't you shut the pump stamp tax collections cells that their brains are
sun, cooled by a nice breeze off!" Which shows that city last month went Into worthless for use in teaching Miss Sara Reed director of the I

the hands worked in fair com people havens: conception whatever the minus column for the first brain I structure to medical club, which was operatea DY
the YWCA national mem-
fort. of how completely a coun- time in two according to students. as !
try home is disrupted when the State Comptroller Fred Dr. Knisely's work is typicalof ber agency of the United Service

We had a convention of crowsIn there is no water. Dickinson Jr. research going on throughoutthe Organization. !

the woods in back of our Law enforcement officers are In Bradford County proceeds United States and other Ai1f
place last Saturday and what a conducting a drive against! those from the stamp sales dropped parts of the world in the field ---- ,
racket echoed through the who do of alcoholism
( not have inspection
from $1,960 in April of 1968 to( L, O. Hazen of Brooker who
trees! We had of know- There is still much ,
no way stickers on their cars or who about alcoholism i
$1.170 in April of this and
year had moved
toStarke namedto
Ing what the topic was, but have not had their! cars re-In- in Union collections we do not know. But one was
Judging from the sound they spected on schedule. One man dropped from County$400 for April of thing we at Florida Alcoholic Supervisor succeed of W, the V. Chester Farm Security as t1xjwi; L

must have been wrangling about in court said it was not his car, last year to zero this year. Rehabilitation Program are sure ; Administration. Mr. Ha-
politics, Just as our legislatorshave but was fined $25 anyway, for of-We can never fully solve the
Bucking the statewide trend zen had been doing, the same
been over In Tallahassee driving problem of alcoholism until -
a car without the nec-
Clay County showed a slight Increase enough people become aware work in Alachua County. IrH
essary Inspection certificate.
going from $4,024 In The administration char-
Although the new courthouse: that the problem exists and
April of '68 to $4,107 last month. ged with advising farmers on
that it U
looks to be nearly finished it The a gigantic monkey
grass Is growing, ro: Sam
Sur tax collections brought in their problems. The Immediate
wrench is
that the completion date Is our "works" today
seems mowing but the trouole Is
$275 in April in Bradford Coun This is why FARP is problem discussed by 30 mem- with
Is set for time the anxiousto
now some i the growing is easier than .
I ty; $918 in Clay County; and get its literature before the bers at the home of Mr. and r
zero in Union County. public. Some 60 pamphlets and Mrs Raymond Griffls was the

The Bradford County Dickinson attributed part of brochures on various phases of possible adjustment of farm ,
the decrease "to the brakes the problem of alcoholism are products since the rain damaged

TELEGRAPH now being applied to our economy available now, and these are all truck crops. '
on the national level. "ButI free of charge. Although located in Starke, 1 !
ESTABLISHED 1879 think the greater portion Is Are you interested in some the local office serviced Clay, extens1I1AJ1J r

a result of the tax exemptionsnow aspect of alcoholism? Just Duval, Union, and Nassau, as
allowed to all banks in the write FARP's Information Serv well as Bradford County.;

state" he added. ices. Box 1147, Avon Park Fla,
MEMIRFLORI The U. S. Supreme Court ruled 33825 ---- YOUR INVITATION TO SPRING FEVER; (

A ESSASSO recently that natlO'llallbanks Work SLEEPY LAZY DEVIL-MAY-CARE '
on the VoAg building DAYS -
are exempt from most state Wehave the mind of Christ.I t. being erected by Brad- ARE YOURS TO ENJOY WHENEVER
T ON taxes. A state law allows state -( Cor. 2:16): ), ford High School agriculture
banks the same exemptions as Life students under the direction of YOU'RE DONE JUMPING UP TO
may seem complex anddifficult
national banks. The Florida
V. R. Ferguson was progressing ANSWER THAT ONE RINGING
Bankers Association recently but the Christ Mindin '
well. Russell Judd Bobby
Joined the Comptroller's officein us knows the way ; the Christ Dyal, and Shirley Judd were PHONE.. CALL1 YOUR BUSINESS

petitioning Congress to have Mind is able to penetrate all assisting. OFFICE AND ORDER A
E. L. MATTHEWS. Editor-Publisher the exemptions removed. darkness and clarify all con- Future Farmers of America's COLORFUL o
Published each Thursday and entered as Second Documentary stamps are fusion in our thinking. The local chapter elected officers NEW EXTENSION. .

Laos M.tt..- at the Post Office al SUrke Florida placed on mortgages, stocks, Christ Mind knows our needs, as follows: President Doyle THEN LET YOUR FEVER SOAR I

uc?,'<' Act of Mirth 3rd 1879. bonds and other written obliga our longings, our desires and j Conner; Vice President Elmer -

Subscription in trade area: 1 year $5.00; Outside tions. The documentary stamp even when we do not seem to Johns; Secretary, Junior
sur tax Is on realty transfersand know what it is Norman; Treasurer, Milton FLORIDA STATE TELEPHONE CO.
trade area: 1 year, 13.30 we are seeking. .
this Is continuing to increase Norman; Reporter Shirley : '::',"
Just remember STARK
the Christ Judd FLA. J'
; and Watch Dog Nell Crosby -
Page 10 TELEUKAl'll June 5, 1969 Mind directs us. ,: f

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i May 3(). A slumber party for and family drove to Fort Myers 11t::::::::::::::=-:::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::>>:::::::>:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i:; Jut front legs, tile armadillo of the strongest men.

LAWTEY several of the girls followed theevening's last weekend to visit Mrs. Nita Armadillos Increasing | flicks out a long, sticky tongueto The nine-banded armadillo also
HAMPTON games and refreshments Johnson. iii capture tasty morsels. curls! up into a protectiveball

of Though the armadillo destroys formed by the telescoping!
By Enw Blanchard By Mrs, D. E. HM Laurie Hicks, whose eighth Bartow Miss Jessie spent last May weekend Brannen with Rapidly In SoutheastNorth many harmful Insects It joints of its bands. This! defenseIs

-I ... ,.. ... .. ... birthday Is Friday, June 6, hada the Raleigh\ Brannens. .sometimes uproots gardens and a last resort, since the armor
J party at the Hicks home last Sammy Slade spent Saturday America's oddest mam- Ing the armadillo population crops and eats chicken and does'!! not completely] ] cover the
CHURCH ACTIVITIESThe DEDICATION SUNDAYFOR Saturday. Present were Stephanie :! mal Is under to quail eggs. Farmers hunt themas body. Experienced'
here with his grandparents. Mr. staging a population ex- control is popularizethe !! coyotes or
Abble Harley Circle of POST OFFICE and Paula Kennan Mark. and Mrs. V. J. Slade. plosion in Florida, Texas, and weird-lookind creature as a pests. Their edible flesh has dogs flip them over and tear
WSCS met at the !home of Mrs. Hampton Postofflce dedication !! Timmy and Valerie Jones Faith other Southeastern states, north- delicacy for the table. Those earned them the title, "poor open the exposed! :soft belly.
A. Q. Smith on Tuesday eveningof is Sunday afternoon, June Brooker Linda Thomas Deb- Mr. and Mrs. Avery Williamsand ward to Kansas and Missouri. who have tried it say the meat man's pig." An armadillo litter usually
last week. During the business 8. at 2:30: pm. at the new post- bie Johnson. John TYson Sara daughters, of Miami, spent The armadillo, with its long, Is delicious when barbecued or Th armadillo has poor sight consists of four identical! youngof
session plans were dis- office. Band music, speeches Allen Dendy Herndon Kitty Friday and Saturday here with pointed tail and nine-banded made- into a tasty stew and hearing. Concentrating on the same sex. Thev develop
cussed for future activities for and flag raising! will be on the Brown, and Randy and Laurie his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. armor is distressingly profillc According to National Geographic hunting, it often ignores every-
the year. A social hour was en- program, and all citizens are Hicks. Williams. and seems likely to be aroundfor Spanish conquerors of thing else, even potential ene- 'from a single fertilized egg.
joyed when the hostess served encouraged:! to come. STORK SHOWER a long time In ever increasing (Mexico dubbed the animal mies. Foraging armadillos have Armadillos sometimes entertain
refreshments. The next meeting Also, in connection with post- Mrs. Jerry Wadsworth was J. W Horne left Sunday for numbers!! It has no natural armadillo, which means "little bumped into the legs of men. strange den mates. Side!
will be Tuesday, June 10. office history, your correspondent guest of honor at a stork shower St. George S. C. to attend grad- enemies, except irate property fellow in armor." Several spec- To cross a creek, an arma- chambers of armadillo home
The Methodist Men's Fellow- has dug up some other at Hampton City Hall last uation ceremonies for his granddaughter owners who wake to find their ies are common in Central and dillo gulps quantities of air, becoming were found occupied by a four-
ship held its regular meetingon Hampton history since before Thursday evening. About 20 Melody May. lawns and gardens grubbed up South America, but only the buoyant enough to foot rattlesnake and a cottontail .
May 26 at the church. They 1900 which will be printed In guests attended the party, given during the night. Even then, the nine-banded variety has invadedthe float then paddles across. If the rabbit.
''elected officers! \ for the coming early issues Sa: do plan to keep by several friends Mrs. M. M Mr. and Mrs. Jchn Hall and armadillo is well protected by United States. stream! is narrow, the animal
and Installation will bo reading P e Hampton News! Matchett and Mrs. Lynn Hall family and Mrs. McGrath. all
simply takes
year its natural coat of armor from Related to sloths and anteaters a deep breath and
;'held at the next meeting. HAMPTON GRADUATES won prizes for the games. of Atlanta, spent last weekend!! everything but a well placed .22 the armadillo relishes walks along the bottom, weighted the OkLffrn&z.
Grace United Methodist: Sun- School's out here next Tuesday An arrangement of mixed here with Mr. and Mrs. Lynn rifle bullet, or the wheels of grubs, grasshoppers, worms, by its heavy armor.
,day School 9:45: : Worship 11 June 10 and it's graduation flowers centered!! the refresh- Hall and Mr. and Mrs. D. n, a passing automobile on the termites and spiders. It may Sinks From Sight
Choir time for .several from ment table. Cake, decorated in Crawford and family. aNw
a,m. and 8 p.m. practice highway.The also down some 40,000 ants at Alarmed an armadillo may: NOW
Wednesday, 7 p.m. followed by Hampton BHS graduates from pink and blue, open-face ,sandwiches Mrs. Leonard Collins and strange creature, witha a sitting, according to natural- gallop clumlsly but swiftly Into 2 w ONLY
MYF.First. here include Sharon Brown, Jer and punch were servedto Mrs. Joy Bush of Pomona scaled] head like a lizard's, thorny underbrush or scuttle 299?
Baptist: Sunday School ry Brown, Randy Hayes, Debbie those present.PERSONALS Calif are visiting a week here ears like a mule's, claws like a ists.The armadillo usually hides into a burrow A cornered an- t
9:45a.m": Worship 11 a.m. and Hill Kenny Johns Steve Lasse- with Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Reed bear's, and a tall like a rat's, out in daylight hours and makesIts imal digs so fast and furiouslythat
7:30: p.m., Training Union 6:30.: ter. Madonna Meng: Phyllis! Mrs Paul Meng and daughter and family. Mrs. Collins is a has increased 10 per cent in raids at night. A keen sense it literally sinks out of
Midweek services!! Wednesday Meng. and Russell Sparkman.BHS Carolyn visited relatives] In To- sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. the Southeast during 1968 according of smell can detect Insects six sight. Once underground, it N
ledo, Ohio last week. A cousin,
7:30: p.m.Churc.h. graduation ceremonies are Frank Collins and family of to reliable estimates. Inches below the surface of the clings tenaciously to the sidesof "Inflation is when, after
of God: Sunday School Friday. June 13 and baccalaur Julie ton with Meng them, returned for a visit!to Hamp- Starke Joined t them Sunday fora About the only hope for keep- ground. Digging in with power- a burrow withstanding tugs you get the money to buy
10 a,m., Worship 11 a.m. and eate Sunday June 8. family reunion. something, it isn't enough."
Mr. and Mrs. M J. Norman
Glnesville! HS graduation Is
7:30: pm, YPE Wednesday 7:30.:
Highland Baptist: Sunday this Friday June 6. and GHS
School 9:43: a.m., Worship 11 graduates Include Debbi Hicks,
am. and 7:30 pm., Choir prac- and Danny Willlarrs (grandsonof Th31W1 TLS
tice 6:30.: Prayer services Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jchr.sonof *
nesday 7:30: pm. Hampton) Former Hampton "
Sympathy is extended to the residents! who are high school

family of'Joe Starling on his graduates include Paula Mc ntlDAY n /Cr-i!? FRIDAY* ,
McElroy In Lake Wales, Melody :
death. They have the kind I SATURDAY n a SATURDAY
thoughts of all their friends. May in St. George. S. C., and L7.: O Qr '. DISCOUNT STORES
Friends of Mrs. Selma Eunice Debbie! Carter Plant City.
will regret to learn that she is Three of the BHS graduates LOWER BETTER
a patient in St. Vincent's Hos- Randy Hales Jerry Brown and j OUR BUYERS HAVE CORNERED' I I THE MARKET BRINGING PRICES
Steve Lasseter, are scheduledto + MORE
pital In Jacksonville. We hope 1 J, +
she will soon be at home again. go into the U. S. Marines in THE i tfsAc110
Friends of L. P. Rafuse are July. BEST BUYS & THE BIGGEST BARGAINS s

pleased to have him home again Twenty-three students com
after a month in the hospital.He pleting Hampton Elementary] SfOgE3 ri1. IN TOWN..WITH LOW LOW PRICES!
seems to be recuperatingnicely. School who will attend Middle ,

] School in Starke next year, .. _
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Thomasof toured the Middle School and
Jacksonville were visitingMr. Vo-Tech school Thursday with __8MM MOVIE CAMERA = 30" X 74' WESTCLOX ALARM CLOCKS
and airs. W. F. Moore and their teacher!! William Cliett. 1 r Y //'le
Micky on Friday. Those finishing! the sixth grade / / ONLY AT r t !. yly AIR MATTRESS 11 1 MADE BY WORLD FAMOUS"WESTCLOX"
Roger Padgett, who Is stationed here include Billy Allen Andy EAGLE ARMY-NAVY i s 7a 'r.a I0, 2
at Colts Neck. N. J., is Baldies.: Stanley Benckowsky, YOUR CHOICEI AT THIS LOW PRICE! s r ,e. r f. Attractively] 9 Spring driven alarm clockLADIES'
Joe Frisbv.! Kevin Meng Petle! i Automatic, electric drive r decorated 9 White luminus dial
spending a leave with his s _
parents : + TI
Mr. and Mrs. Earlle] Pad- Bradley Ted Curtis Lee Deav- BLOUSES OR } Unconditionally guaranteed s i r r.E E + Leak-proof valve 8' 1 Assorted colors
er? Billy Haefeker Rudolph Mc- = YOU SAVE 4.01' YOU SAYE 73< 7 6 YOU SAVE 1.48
gett.Mr.. and Mrs. John Morrisof Gregor Larry Williamson: Wanda : REVERSIBLE CULOTTE SUPEP ilE' ntta.w

Jackson. Ala. spent the week- Batten. Jan Ssarle] Beverly] .
end with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Crawford Sheila Haddock Deb-- ,--.' SKIRTSBLOUSES
Priest. bie Kinnaud. Nancy Lott, \ = r v E :, ruADJUSTABLE
Cheryl; McCIellan.: Helen] Pear- E r
Miss Elizabeth Terry was VJ Permanent Press 11 x i 1 3.44
sail Dmloe: Rahme, Darlene /.
visiting Mrs. C. E. StricklandIn ,''' 'J1 blouses "with r '
Gainesville from Wednesdayto Rhoden, Joy Saxon and Sharon detailed ruffled -

Saturday.Mr. Williams! i\t't'i fronts & necklines MONKEY SEAT SWING SEAT SHOWER HEAD
and Mrs. H. F. Chappellof Next year's kindergarten students ( : style.
Atlanta, Ga. were Wednes- spent one day at Hampton I '..F \ variety 32/38 I / 1 Lever adjusts to regular,
day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. Elementary School] last /I .S 1 r I CULOTTESKIRTS 10 Ft. T i F6 needle or flood spray
H. Eunice.Mr. we:k. and were registered! for i /; t y-i' ( polypropolenc long Solid brass heavy chror'eys i
and Mrs. R. L. Bradley liifiO-TO. Any children! who will .' Breakaway \1 rope 'P I! ti I I plated
spent Sunday at Kingsley Lake be In first grade next year. and \ eN,;.+?: ( 1 front print V YOU SAVE. SOC
with Mr. and Mrs Dearl Brad- have not ben attending kindergarten --. 1 V'I \ ...,;-4v. on one side Heavy heavy r .
ley and Mr. and Mrs Randal may be registered! or \ -5 / .j "o: reverse to duty 1 OZn )
get information about: it by : :- solid paste''' metal metal 01 .
l _
Bradley who a .
are spending a few .' ;... An rings o I "i.
a. nog
calling the school before June \
days on the lake. Mrs. Gary ]18. L: : J.'r\ : ti''iN. <:''tinj6IRIS' (! far EASY-OFF _;,
Bennett and sons also visitors
were ,
;' style 2.-7-7
for the Lennard Register who will be! ,l't easy LIMIT I
day. and attaching
Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon /Massey principal at Hampton Elementary 1 't value! -

and family: are spending the School] next year spent Sires Strong plastic seat Strong Plastic seal t 1511 GLAMORENE L PIPE & DRAIN
week at Klngjley Lake. Thursday! and Friday of last \ YOU f \\ 616
Mrs Mitchell week at the Echo] He also met SAVE -
Brown was bit. W't.YW CLEANER
ten several times several of the parents and discussed L00 ) 1 I
by one of their i ,

dogs.. that she was working work.IRTIID"S. plans for next year's )I ... \ zi V Illc E CT ./: Noisung.. nofurres
"!ith. We are pleased! to note J / \ I j2 no odors
that she was: discharged; after \ \
Nancy Benckowskv celebratedher =.,-
first aid treatment at the hos = TODDLER SWING I III
16th birthday with a partyat
pital.Mr their home Friday! evening, d..
and .Mrs Bill] Woodardand I '
Complete with safety belt I I I r r
family of Largo and Mr. COTTON I feature and heavy duty t
and :Mrs. Tommie Clayton and Albert: Smith and family of) /\ s 1 LIST PRICE' $1.25
son of Jacksonville were weekend Maxville were visiting the y SHORTS rings easy
visitors of Mrs. C. R. Greens last week.
Crews. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barnes ,' Denims and cool m
Mr. and Mrs. Burney Dobbsof and family] and Cindy and Mike Seersu-.kers: half-; r / / /
Jacksonville! ] were visiting Futch spent Sunday at the Jack- boxer waist, 2 a: : 1 / 1
Mr. and Mrs. A, D. Dobbs on sonville Zoo. pockets: sizes 2 4,3'6X ;i '

Friday. !Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Futch YOU SAVE 24cti' YOUR CHOICE!
:Mrs.\ Mamie Futch spent Sat. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Davis .-
urday and Sunday with her sort in Graham on Saturday. BEE 32 QT. ICE CHEST SHETLAND I
in-law and daughter. Mr. and A ,barbecue, held last Fri- L- Sure-lock

Mrs J. D. Putrey, who were day evening at the home of tf cover, POLISHER I ORSWEEPER I
spenlng a few days in their Mrs Ed Durban, welcoming -.. recessed
trailer at Gold Head Park. Richard home, and celebrating 96-e
Mr. and :Mrs Wayne Clemons Raymond's:\ birthday anniver t '
of Gainesville: were Sunday visitors sary. Richard! has Just returned 't k Nationally advertised
of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. from duty in South. Korea and MEN'S t en televisien at If.5
Jones and Douglas] has his discharge from the ser- All Shetland elccfricV
Lee R Green is recuperatingat vice. Approximately] 30 friends LEATHER BELTS MEN Weems A eelishers
home after a tvek In a Jacksonville and relatives enjoyed this occasion r ( f in sleek en sale!
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Starling StarlingJoseph 88, of Route < ? ; c' '(:i :>. _.._; : t. '4' .':..::; .: ::. r ; : '{ f ..

1, Lawtey, died Saturday, May '. .' .' ... ;y.< .; '.1.> -" .,. << .. ,. ..Y: ," fi' ,
31 : '.. .< ." ., .c'. , ,. In a Lake :' ": '" / : .> : "'" .,. ,
a long Illness.landhospltal. after. "':< :.-. 'i ";<":'''' '\\C'l.${ : .,"" .' I::'., l',:"' ;i',,,'<> :"d"'I'" ......{:.W, ., '',,,1 ::

j I ch the Born II late, 1881 In Gideon Clay, he County was and the Elizabeth on son Mar-of ItiitliIi/"wfl,. JiJtltih ;'ffMiJ JllJ# tJtJlftii' /C Ildt.}! .: ,; :"

Prevatt Starling. He was a t'i Jf'0kl\ : '; ; ; -,; $ 4>; ,
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retired farmer and a Baptist I I I \ ,
Surviving are his wife, Maude ,'.
Beck Starling, Lawtey; nine .: : I

sons, Bernice and Edgar Star- fps I I .,:I- ... ,
ling, both of Green Cove EVERGREEN BAPTIST

Starling, both of Lawtey; Norman CHURCH CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Sunday School. 10 ajn. Morning .. Sufnday: Bible Study 10 ,a. m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; Morn- Sunday School 9:45: a. m.
Paul, Earl), and Ernest Sunday SchOOl 10 a.m. OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS Worship. 11:15. Sunday \\Hor nina Worship and Commun- lag Worship 11 a. m.; Evening! Morning Worship. 11 a. m.Youth
Starling, all of Lakeland; and Worship Service 11 a. 'm. 416 East Call St. Might: service 6:30. Highway '(Mi. Service 11 a. m. Evening Worship 7:30: ( p. m.; Prayer Fellowship. 6 p. m. Choir.pra.c-
Richard Starling, Jacksonville; Evening Service. 7 p.m. Sunday Priesthood 8:30: 125. northwest of Lawtey.-Rev.H. '.err Ices, 6:00.wedneuday: Meeting 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday tice Wednesday 8 p. m.
two daughters, Mrs. Jewell Tuesday Night Cottage Prayer' a.m. Sunday School. 10. Sacrament L. Bennett pastor. Worship service 7 -Rev. J. C. Hceteitf, pastor, Rev. Robert D. Dumb
Coleman, Auburndale, and Mrs. 11:15.: S>. a i. Minister Jack P. Bell.

I Geneva Hull St. Augustine; two Hireling.. Thursday! Night, Prayer Meeting .- Monday-Primary. 4:30: p.m. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPEL
1 brothers Johnny Starling !in church, 7:3: p.m. Tuesday MIA. 7:30: p.m. Sunday School. 10 a. m. :Morning NORTHSIDK BAPTIST Sunday 9:45: a, m. Sunday KINOSLEV. LAKE BAPTIST
Maruca Eagle] Lake, and Sheldon'Star- Youth. Service, Friday; night Wednesday Relief Society, Worship, U a. m. PnI.,5er- CHURCH School 11:00: a. m. Morning CHURCH
Graduates From ,ling, Kingsley Lake; 45 grand-, 7:30: p.m. 7:30: p.m. vices (Booster Band, Young. S-chedule of services: Sunday Worship. 6:00: p. m. Training Sunday School 9:30: o.jm. TrainIng -
i children, and 54 great-grand- Ivy Luke Pastor -Dean Hansen People and. Pro.yoeaSel'vlce), a,. School 9:45: a. m. Morning Woc.shrp. Union 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- UnIon 10:15: a.m. 'Morni/IIC.l
Murray State ;children. Branch President p. m. Evening Worship. 7 p. m'' I 10:45: a. m. Training Union. rfilp. Worship 11 a, m. Evening Wor-
1 Funeral services were held SMYRNA MISSIONARY Midweek Service Wednesday .. 6:45: p. m. Evening Service, Wednesday-7:3U: Prayer Services hip, 7:30: ,jj. m. Mid-week Prayer .

Michael A. Maruca, a 1964 : !at 2 p.m.Church Tuesday Starke in Grace with BAPTIST CHURCH JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers, D. D, 7i5.:; Mid-Week Prayer Service 1st and 3rd Wednesday Service. Wednesday 7:30: P.I 1
graduate of Bradford County I Baptist Rev. Virgil Lovett and, Rev. 1 W3 W. Pratt St. Sunday services BAPTIST MISSIONU. pastor Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. nlgtt.-1:00: p. m. Family night. m. Come let. us worship together. .

High School, received his Bach .E. C. Harvey officiating. interment : Sunday School 10 a. m S. 301 North behind Taste ))! -
elor of Science degree from ] was In Kinsley Lake Preaching. 11 u. m. Training Freez Drive In. Sunday ':':'-
Murray State University, Mur Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones Union 5:45: p. ni. Evening Worship School 10 a.m. Worship Service
ray Ky. on Monday night, [funeral Home in charge. 7 p. m. Everyone welcome.: 11 a.m. and 7 pjn. Prayer
June 2. During his senior year; Active pallbearers were -Elder A. O. Flynn, pastor !Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. *
he has achieved the distinc-'' ;grandsons of Mr. Starling. -Leroy OUve pastor. ; E. L.
tion of being listed on theDean's : St. Marks Episcopal Criffls, associate pastor. :: :::' ,
Sunday Services ::j::::::: ""
List for both the fall- "''' '-
and spring semesters with a 3.4 Horace Gunter. 8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist EVERGREEN BAPTIST j- l',i',. ".,
and a 4. 0 respectively on a 10 a.m. Church! School :: *,i "" P1fh; i
Horace Gunter, 61, of Sanford 11 a.m. a .. No.rflHie.at of :. : l'noPESSIONAL
4.0 system. Ills areas of studyat Family Service :::::::::: 'a
Murray State have Included, died Saturday, May 31, Holy Eucharist! 1st and 3rd Lawtey. .Sunday School, I"a.m. :.:::::.::.::.:::: 'I' K"t useful" 1 th PHOTO GRAPNJs'R ''
upon'arrival at Sanford Morning Worship 1115.:: Sunday :::::::. ought 'M ii,,j
business, Military Science and a hospital Sundays: :: "
Prayer 2nd Ili study ,
Night G <"h,,,,. to '
Born In Bradford Service 630Rev., t \ COO" lighting/ .
physical education. Countyon and 4th Sundays. R. L. f.; 1 t R ",tv must oo ,'\i
Following the graduation Sept 11, 1907 he was the Bennett! pastor. :::: m,u"t ,he "ri"Kit and Ntt
: :::::::::. 111 right. t'e8ections "'; !
ceremonies on June 2, Michael son of the late Rob and Liza I .'.';,;..',,,,.. 1 G to achieve the best ,;*?;;,
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GRACE BAPTIST .. "; effects
commissioned Griffls Gunter. lie was a re- ""'
was as a Sec- 10d.. 'i'i',
; ,,
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Lieutenant |tired farmer and a member of Highway 100-A 11 "" liter ;;",;,
In '; reflect,
tnd activities; 22 N. St. Clair St., Starke. """"""" thy '"
> .!! ra-c/u\ar I I the Baptist Church. thy( heiies4'n') think and i"
w Sunday' School, 10 a.m. Morn Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship ) sat
While attending Murrav Surviving are his wife, Vir- !! n-o, most. i1if.
State, Michael has been activeIn '''ginia Gunter, Sanford; two dau- Ing Worship, 11. Training Union Services 11 n. m. and 7:30: p. 7 IlilW church" re>''ul4' rIJ') and, n hen n'eaftercl """",.;'i,
extra-etrricular activities. ''ghters, Mrs. Jean Johnson and 7 p.m. Evening Worship 8. m. Prayer Meeting. Friday. 7:30: walk, inthel""g"i ""'''''''' ?-
lie has played offensive guard ''Mrs. Ann McCrary, both of Wednesday> Prayer Meeting, 8 1>. m.r-Rev. Chester J. Shouppe': I' of,oo JArrh """";,""'";'"", ":: :!

for four years on Murray's !Starke; a step-daughter, Mrs. p.m. 'Rev. Virgil Lovett pastor. ys3 %, 'sg !.

member football team.of Sigma lie Delta is also hono-a (Mona Glen Gunter Starling, ,both and of a step-son Sanford;, pastor. HOPE(Highway BAPTIST 100' at There&sa CHURCH) ::: i i :iI! :ii::::! *f [ I

rary physical education frat ,one sister, Mrs. Beulah Long, MADISON STREET Sunday. School-10 a. m. g 'w' r m@ilill :
Sigma Chi social Jacksonville, and]grandchild BAPTIST CHURCH, I
Morning WOl'ship-ll a. m. :0:1' t
M-Club (
fraternity ren.Funeral Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Training Union. 6:30 I
: p. m. \IJII7it
lettermen), and Advanced services were held Morning Worship 11. Youth -.a: ,,.
ROTC. at 1 p.m. Wednesday in Jones Choir Evening WU1'shlp-7:15: p. m. : ';"
Practice 4:30. Youth
: Fellowship
Michael obtained and educa- Memorial Chapel with Rev. Wednesday :Night! Prayer Services 1' :::: ,
tional deferment from the U.S. Robert Haisten officiating. In- Supper,5:45.: TrainIng'Union. -7:30: p. !n. Rev. Merle ,; t:;
6:15.Monday: !O : ..
Q4r .
Army; therefore, he will begin terment was in Dyal Cemetery Packham, pastor. :j 10 :
RA ::
his graduate work toward his ,with Jones Funeral Home in meeting 6:30: : ..
Master's degree this summer at charge < p.m.Tuesday FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD :I .:'.:::.:. :::3
Mission Action I : : : :
OF ::: ::
Murray.lie STARKE : .
: Qjl\ "" '
Group Bible "
is married to the former : Study Group 7:30: West Weldon St. and Raiford :5 I ,; :::0 t(
Miss Martha Hogancamp of Samuel Smith P.m.Wednesday Road :S 3? ';',' "
Prayer Meet. The Church i it God $ appointed "in !
Bardwell, Ky. She received her agency '" .
Sunday School: 10:00: .
Bachelor of Science degree in Funeral services for Sam-| ing 7:30: p.m. Church Choir 11:00: ::1.. m. Morning Worship a. m. J,: ,this; world ,for 'P''dd' the knowledge' of i '!{
Business Education from Mur- uel] Smith, 62, of Brooker, who Practice 8:30.: Deacon's Meeting ':00 p. m. C. A. Services 7:00P. ; *ti ass' t His ,love ,for of, His demand ,forman ,
ray alsoon June 2. died Tuesday, May 27,were held, 8:30.Denton: m. Evangelistic' Sen ices.: : J:: 1 ,to respond, ;to ,that ,love by ,loving" his ?5

Martha will also begin her ;at Baptist 3 p.m.Church.Friday Interment in the Brooker'was'' Sumrall. Pastor. Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. MidWeek :f: r: neighbor" Without,' ,this grounding in the ::::: !y;1
graduate work this summer. FIRST Prayer. :\1-=eUng. She has been granted an assistantship in Dedan Cemtery. BAPTIST CHURCH f A I ::. :
from the School of Surviving are his widow, Mrs. STARKE Pastor: T. E. GUley: 't way of life will long persevere and the .:i:,: ":::.
Business at Murray for the Videl Smith; two daughters Sunday School], 9:43: ; Morning |i "freedoms which we hold so dear will inevitably ::::: 3:3:
1970-71 school Mrs. Marysue Willingham and Worship at 11 ? perish. Therefore, from
term. This assistantship ; sermon "God IIEILDROBAPTIST:/ : even a 333s ::
will give her the Mrs Carol Jones; three bro- and Young People." No training CHURCH. HIGHWAY 16 N. :'' selfish point of, view, one should support 3,:","
opportunity to teach a college thers, Hardy Smith, Miami;James Union or Evening Worship due Sunday: School, 9:45': 'a. m : the Church, ,for ,the sake of ,the welfare of, 3:';'' '? j

class her Master's while working degree.toward Nolan Smith Smith, Fort, High White Springs; and;' to Baccalaureate Service at Morning Worship. 11. Training' :} himself; and his; "family." Beyond that, however ;"3333.;'';"' ":j
Union, 0:30: Evening Ser- :v "
Annie Benton BHS.Monday p. m. every person should uphold and ::3 33.
Mrs. Maruca"s extra currIcular seven sisters, Mrs. -, -Youth ;
Choir. 7 sir'?. 7:30.: dweek Prayer 8er- \ -
activities at MSU have Trenton; Mrs. Nellie Gil-| p.m. participate' in the Church because it tells :3333
Lottie Moon Group meets at I vice, 7:30.: : ;,::,::. !a i iI
bert, Alachua Mrs. Grace ,the truth about' man's ,life death anddestiny '
included Alpha Lambda Delta ; church 7:30.Tuesday: -.R\'. L. Tommy Howe, Pastor :i ;;,;, ::::
freshmen women's honorary, Crocker Gainesville; Mrs Helen ; the truth which alone will set him :S '.,
secretary of Phi Beta Lambda Emma Barber, and Mrs. Helen Group at church. 10 Masters GRAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH r';'. I free,, ,to ,live as a child of God. 1. "
business fraternity, Pi OmegaPi Truluck, both of Newberry. | Darby a.m. Ida :.::.:::. ....
Group at home of Mrs. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- > "',
honorary business sorority, :
F. F. Flume 2:30.: Lorena in-j: Worship 11 .a. m. and 7 ':
p :I C Sf
Alpha parliamentarian social sorority Alpha and Sigma the The Epperson Group at home of in.- Rev. Fred'. Johns, pastor :| ... ;::::;:; ;;; J "I}
TelegraphFor ,
Sigmas of Sigma Chi. Mrs. J. E. Wilson, 3 p.m. Ethel 'w ,'_'' .''' '''''' *,ii''i'' *?,@,;,;
Biggs I
Group at
Mr. and Mrs.'Maruca reside home of Mrs. ':
Siuuiay Schoul, 10 Morn I
Marilyn Roberts a. m. ::
: Brownlee
,at 1016 College Court, Murray, .
Office ''
Supplies tag Worship. 11 ,
', 42071. Group at home of Mrs. M. A. a. In Training :

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:1.: 7:30: p.m. church Choir Practice 7:30: p. m,, Everyone wel ::=, r
:= l 8:15.W.: me-.L.. L. Parker, pastor.

I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home A. Hogan Pastor FIRST CllRLS'fIUURCH .@,f FAULKNER HURST SHELL STARKE "66"SERVICE .!

FIRST UNITED METHODIST Sunday Service: Sunday S,;# :: !'
STARKE School 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor f:
::1 11 STARKE I i ship 10:45: 1m.. Evening Ser : GULF SERVICEAND SERVICECarl I

vice, 6:30: p. m. Midweek Service ,
,:::;:i: PHONE 961.6200 :jj: Sunday -- Church School 9: Wednesday 7:15: p. m. Hurst Phone 964-6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 964-7231 .45; Morning Worship, Specialervice !
Reese minister
Tire TruincHeadlight : r
$ honoring Graduating :
li!1 1! KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 1|. Seniors at 11. BAYLES3HIOHWATBAPTlfJT Adjusting :
,,; : Monday -- Methodist Men's C3&XRGHSuadar Trailer .1
'1'1 .I.Vtt&'t I.' Club Covered Dish Supper in' Brake Service
PHONE 473-3176 !. Fellowship Hall, 7: p.m.; Circle -' School 10 jn. Pre' Complete Lubrication Wheel Balance and iliAllpm.nt I
acfclnc Services i&t 11. Trmlala : :
::: 2 3:30.: ; :: Minor Tune-Ups
s:: Tuesday -- Circle 4; Circle -| ''t1J11on. 6 p.m. 1DvenlDc Service :
:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::,:::::::::,:::.:.:,:::.:.:.:::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::;:::::::: :: ] 5, 10 a.m.Wednesday. ',. Midweek Prayer Meet g. 1011 N. Temple Avenue M_' PROMPT ROAD SERVICE : '
-- Circle 1, 10;,, Wednesday. 7:30.: {Everyone :irel.come. --" "'

3 revealing facts I ,Circle 3, 10 a.m. Prayer Meet- Rev. George 13 Crowed PHONE 964-5899 AD Minor Repair .

;,ing and Bible Study, 7:30 p.m. pastors I WRECKER SERVICE I'
24HR. Starke
Chancel Choir 617 N. Temple Ave. -
i I Thursday --
tell you why I Rehearsal 7:45.: : STARKE BUILDERS "

Saturday -- MYF Jr. High HAMPTON CHRISTIAN: s Hiway 301 and 100 .
you should protect your Welcome Party, 6:30; Council| CHURCH :'=;4: SUPPLIES, Inc. LAWSON .i
Ministries, 8 Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning B$.
I on p.m. if'
, family with Nationwide'sCrusader DeWitt T. Farabee,Jr., Pastor Worship at II: Evening g Featuring Ace Hardware *10 S. Temple Starke MEAT MARKET f
Worship, 7:30.: Rev. Carl *;; Complete Paint Supplies :

Income Plan: For Office Supplies Clarke paste ::::a::: and Sporting Goods AND COLD STORAGE :33 33We

Phone 964-6305 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH !SHAMP1UN : "Check With Us First"
: .-:! DAD & BRAD SALES Specialize in Custom Slauchter- .

1. One out of every three men over 35 will be disabled Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn33?33 219 Washington St. 964-5270 inc, Cutting and Wrapping- :
before 65 ing Worship at 11. Training : MODULAR HOMES24Ft. Prepared for Deep Free_ ::

2. The average length of disability is 5 years I Union 6:30.: Wednesday night ':::), WHOLESALEPhone
Prayer Meeting 7:30: followed :::
3. 500,000 people are totally disabled each year. : by choir: practice Starke Nun- : FLORIDA Wide 964-7059

Nationwide's Crusader Plan is more than a disabjlity "lng Home service, 2:45: p. m. ::cc: Also 12-Ft. Wide
-Rev. Melvin Hamel, putor. j STREETBRADFORD
income plan it can be a COMPLETE :::: I:


Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morni::i:: ONTROLi and Traveltrailers COUNTY I
lag Woi' hip, 11 a. m. Training: ::: Campers
Call I"v Ask UnIon 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser- ;:::: 1 NKAt t0. TELEGRAPHOFFICE I
for details Keystone Height
me : ::
7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wed. :LV:inesday.

Charley ; 7:30: p. m.-Rev. R. H. ':; SUPPLIES
BILL POWELLPhone Butler, Paollll' ::ij 3 3; 539 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473-4320

I E. :: Phone 964-5745 for FREE TYPEWRITERS I
964-6464 ti440.1

Starke, Fla. I Sunday School. 10 a. m. Mora-
I About This Question: tag Worship. 11 a. m. Training: CO. EDWARDS I ,
Union 6:30: p. m. Evening SerB B WILLIAMSJEWELRY
"It's barely June, and the
vice 7:30.-Rev.: Lacy Conway "
first hurricane could be ",..tor. Better Service For Your Grocery and Market i
The Man from Nationwide is on Your Side churning south of Florida.

What is the best type of Airpark Baptist Ckareh i Title Problems Groceries Meats Feed I

I ,insurance to carry to be Sunday School 9:45: ajn.: Mara-' ;.; Official Class Rings GAS AND OH
covered for full value tar Worship 11:00: am; Even- Keepsake Diamonds Abstracts
against! hurricane or other tar Worship. 7:00: p.m.; Wed BULOVA WATCHES Jack and Gladys EdwardsU. Ii
Pray',:,' Meeting and Bible Study Title Insurance I
wind damage 1"Charley 7:00 S. 301 South Starke
: pjn. study on Book of 142 W. Call St. Starke -

E. PMtor.FMlma.Everyone Nathan Welcome.L. 1I0

Nationwide Mutual Fire Insurance Co. JOHNS AGENCY CLAY ELECTRIC C OPERATIVE, Inc. r
Nationwide Life Insurance Co.
I "The persons most difficult!
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. 131 So. Walnut St. to convince they're at retirement Owned By Those We Serve In Twelve Northeast Florida Cooatles -Be...... Oar Members Live Better I
Home Office Columbus Ohio
: ,
Phone 964-5070 at bed
i I e." Electrically" Heights-PhoM 478-4911

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f Vo-7ecJj Center IJ. P.- This schedule will,, be repeated three times SAVE 4 T
.. during the
.. next 15 weeks

J 2Of "'|| ,
June 16 999 $3: pwcluHraCOND

Z7c4u wIh.Y.ry
.I Registration for summer r'', r- tlDUrch.N'IDURTH
_ THIROwuK j
classes!! at the BradfordUnionArea SAUCER i9L; 29c with everywlth..eh .
1 Voc-Tech Center will beheld U pureh...
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. beginning A ___ WEiK COFFEE CUP Rif.
fi the week of June 16. ,:I pure".... 69C j_2OC .J"P7purch.: ""ova... hi
Fifteen courses will be offered 1 Y __ wttK tl/iN Bread S Butter R.f.
1 0 L_ I .
through Aug. 1. PLATE_ s99 _29c_$7:with puroh verT...
Each week piece of distinctive Granada dinnerwarewill
O The courses. registration ThePriers above
dates and days and times. the ) be featured for just 290. For each $3 In grocery ,items will be sold at thus special
r purchases you are entitled to one piece at this low nth.wukt th.y are fe.tur.d
classes will meet are: auto 4 r ?', r price.There's no limit. .,with a$6 purchase you can 'excluding' tob.ce.. ,| ,, ,
\ mechanics ((2 classes), July 7. s get 2 pieces.,.and so on. liquor?? liquid dNry,, product. FOOD
M. T. W,T, 1-5 p.m. and 6 to a deluding., !tobacco liquor end liquid dairy pratfucti. STOatLS
10 p.m: air craft sheet metal.
June 19, dally; refrigerationand L
air conditioning June 13. Big Roll' WHITE,YELLOW,PINK OR DECORATOR SCOTT
" M. W, 7 to 10 p.m:
Radio and TV. June 13,M.W, *
7 to 10 p.m.: typing* and short LYON CAMP No.303 Con.'O..U4..ALASKABeef PAPER TOWELS3/89
hand, June 24, dally, 8 a.m. to
noon: office practices, June 23,
; Stew .39 Gr. Peas 5/$1 l-lb.Can All ORINDS..Llmit I Coffee of choice w/S.or more purchase excluding cigarern*
daily, 1 to 4 p.m.: bookkeeping .. .
June 23, M. W, 7 to 10 p.m.; *
American history and government ASTOR COFFEE 49
June 23, M. W, 7 to 10
Sausage..5/l Carrots. 6/$1 .
1 p.m.: ...
Problems In American democracy l-lb.Can MAXWELL HOUSE ALL ORINDS..llmit/ 1 Coffee of choice.,.,/$5.or mere purchase excluding cigarette.
\ June 23, T, T, 7 to No.300 Can STOKELY CUT AOAsparagus No.303 Can STOKELY Sm. White Patatoe or
i 10 p.m.; general education *
June 19. T. T,7 to 10 p.m; high 3/$1 Spinach..6/$1: COFFEE 59
I school English June 19,T,T, 7 . . . .
1 to 10 p.m.; No.303 Con STOKELY CUT No.300 Can VAN CAMP PORK A Of.BLUE,WHITE OR COLD WATER ARROW..limit 1 Detergent of choice W/$..or more purchase

'!,, education High school dipolma review June for general 23, M. <
Beets /$1 Beans 7/l 49
W, 7 to 10 p.m.; math, June 23, .. ... .... DETERGENT
M, W 7 to 10 p.m.; sewing
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;/ Beans 4/$ 1 Beans 5/$1
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rent. Add. subtract credit badmate. -
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In Milliard Friday. J ,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs About 25 friends gatheredat I # 'will start June 9. Admission I'

RAIFORD I and guests Mr. and Mrs. Robert THERESSA the home of Mrs. Chester N.wa About tree (
Stevenson and four chil- Scarl on Tuesday evening Greater Allen Chapel AME NEED READY CASH!

By Mr*. EaM Dobbs dren and Mrs. Mae Shelly were May 27, for a bridal shower Colored Citizens Church Rev. L. A. Sampson
Saturday night supper guestsof By Dcrothy MUll honorific Miss Ann Triest. pastor. The benefit dinner will
6# Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mikell, 1'.... 471-4m bride-elect. Refreshments of be held at the parsonage Sunday Conic See list
Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Howard cake, punch, nuts, and mints srsnflrrnrnssap.j ,
ifoltiecomlng at Raiford First ,. June 8, starting at 12 noon.
Baptist Church will be Sunday, Register and families at Ocean HOPE BAPTIST were enjoyed and the honors.received ;SCHOOL ACTIVITIES Members and friends are Invited -
lunch will many lovely and useful Baccalaureate will be held to cooperate to make for
June 8. A picnic Pond.Mr. ( this We make loan
be served after 12:30.: All and Mrs. Jack Casonof Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Morn- gifts for her new home. Sunday, June 8, at 10 a.m. with a successful affair. a worthwhile pvr4
Daytona Beach visited Mr. S. S. Robinson Jr., pastorof any
churches Invited. The rally terminated June 22
Ing Worship, II Training Union PERSONALS .
and ; .
Mrs. Theodore
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sappof Rosier and 6:30 Simpson United Methodist with a program. AH captainsare -t pose.
: ; Evening Worship 7:15; Saturday afternoon visitors of ,
Alice Cason IlIL.
Lawtey visited Mr. and Friday.: Church Jacksonville as the asked to contact each
Wednesday memo
evening Prayer Ser
Mr. and Mrs.Percy Sullivan Jr. : $600
Little $25 to
Mrs. Theodore Rosier Monday. Renee Stolte of Georgia vice, 7:30( with choir practice were Mr. and Mrs. Johnny MeI speaker. Class Night June 9, 8 ber, and all members are asked .
Sweat and Mrs. spent last week with her 8 Commencement, June 10 .
Mrs. Drew afterward. p.m. to cooperate with the -
grand Lod and children of St. Augustinc. cap DO YOU HAVE .
parents, Mr. and
Rose Sapp visited Mr. and Mrs. John Entering into the member- 8 p.m. with Rsv. R. V. Webster tains for success. _

Lowell Allen In Ft. White Michael Carnie.Dobbs and L. C. ship of Hope Church Sunday A family reunion on Saturdayat Dean of Theology, Edward Waters Service is scheduled for Friday Too many' payment
Sunday. Crews and were Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hixon the home of Mr. and Mrs. College, Jacksonville as at 8 p.m. _
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bur- business visitors Ray Forsyth In Alachua were and Kenny Whitehead.Rev. J. D. Griffis included Mr. and speaker. These activities will be to make

nett of St Farm attended the Friday. Merle Packham, pastor, Mrs. Don Northcutt and sons iheld in the gym and the publicis -Too many" bills to
Alderman family reunion at the Mr. and was honor guest at a Fellow- and Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Zel- cordially Invited.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Faulkner] of Jacksonville Mrs. Robert vlsittd ship Supper Monday eveningat gtor of Gainesville; Mm.Paul- 'NOTICE! SEE pay"?
Jones In Sanderson, Sunday. the church in observance of Dell Chapter 168, OES will taUt
In I Mrs. Rubye Yarbrough and Ine Sears and Mrs. L. C. 'The. Paint P.eople' -Too many
Mrs. Ruby Rosier was Mrs. Mary Lou Yarbrough and his birthday May 24. Zeigler of Miami; Mr. and hold Its regular meeting tonight
Gainesville Thursday. girls Sunday. Mrs W. E. Dampier, Mr. <(Thursday) at 8 p.m. in the coming doe
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mann Mrs. Alice Cason had as WEDDING JUNE 6 and Mrs. Jesse Lee, and Mrs: J Masonic Hall on BrownIee St. Moor
of Glenn St. Marys visited Mr. Sunday luncheon The marriage of Miss Ann Rhoda Dampier.Mr. Business of vital Importance to
guests Rev
and Mrs. Michael Dobbs and and Mrs. Dolph Wilks of Cocoa., Triest, daughter of Mrs. Inez and Mrs. P. C. Mabrj 1 he transacted. PAINTSCENTRAL Let Us Help With Your Money
family Saturday afternoon. Michael Dobbs visited Mrs. Triest, and Ronny Whisenant, visited Mrs. Mabry's sister, ADULT SCHOOL Problems
Gerald Griffis and son, Mike, Susie Dobbs in Gainesville son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mrs. A; j. Lowery, In Jack- The winter session for Adult PAINT
were In Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. Medical Center Thursday. Whisenant, will be solemized sonville Sunday. }School ends June 9 and 10. Registration -
Irene Jones of Penney Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mikell, Friday evening, June 6, at 8 Roy Young of Jacksonville for the six-weeks sum- STORES, INC. TOWN FINANCE CO.
Farms visited Mr. and Mrs. Jr., and sons of Deland visited o'clock in Hope BaptistChurch.All visited his uncle and aunt, Mr. ]mer session will start June 16. 636 NW. 13th STREET
Wilber Jones and family Fri- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs Fri- friends of the couple are and Mrs. L. K. Childs, Sunday All persons interested in attend- GAINESVILLE 22fi N. Temple Phone 96<1-14-1-
day afternoon. Invited.
day afternoon. afternoon. j ing are asked to( register. For PHONE: 378-1281
Mrs. Nancy Thornton and Mrs. Mary Freeman had as BRIDAL SHOWER Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivanof j information call the Vo-Tech
her guest Mrs. A. W. Snyder Sunday afternoon Palatka visited his parents,
guests, Mr. visited Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Byrd and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sull-
children, and Mrs. RobertShelly late to learn.
of Muncie, Ind., and Mrs. Ivan, and their son, Percy Jr. (CARD OF TIIANKS
and family, Friday evening. GAINESVILLE Business DirectoryAir
Earl Dobbs. Weekend guests of Mr. and The family of the late Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Cue Dobbs of Eliza L. Lewis wish to express
Mrs. C. T. Newsome at Bed-
JUNE 1 IS DEADLINETO Jacksonville visited Mrs. Susie ford Lake were their daughter gratitude for the many kind
Dobbs In Gainesville Med- cards flowers
words telegrams -
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ConditioningHeatingAir Farm and Industrial MOBILE HOMES
ical Center
Sunday. Alvin Hunter and children of donations and food during\ Equipment

APPLY Hollywood; son, Sgt. Tommy the loss of their mother. May Conditioning MUSTANG
FOR HIGH SCHOOL Miss Geraldine Reddish of
God ever bless you.Mr.. and
Newsome and children of South
Heating; By Santa Fe Tractor
Gainesville visited her parents, ,
Mrs. Tom Marks and family. Mobile Homes Inc.
Carolina, and daughter, Mrs. General Electric ,
Mr. and Mrs. Orin ReddishJr.
TESTThe Peggy Jewell, and granddaughter 'CHURCH NEWS
over weekend. Miss Margaret Ama Greater Bethlehem] Free Will Russ's Sheet Metal, Inc. Farm Tractors It Implements Gainesville's Discount Meith
Mrs. A. W. Snyder of Lake-
Jewell of Baptist Church. Rev. Jasper Gainesville -2520 N E. 18th Ter. USED EQUIPMENT
Jacksonville. Home Sales Lot.NEW
fan: examination which land visited Mrs. Nancy Thorn-
qualifies a person SALES PART SERVICE
Weekend guests of Mr. and Williams pastor.: Monday night. Tel. 376-8282 MOON CAPEI.LABRONZE
ton several days last week.
for a high school equivalency diploma, will be ad. Mrs. J. D. Griffis and Mrs. Choir No. 3 rehearsal. Tuesday WOOD
Mrs. Vera Mae Bridgesand GARDEN SUPPLIES
ministered at the Vocational-Technical Center during daughter, Mrs. Pat Rhoda Dampier were Mr. and night. Choir No. 1 rehearsal. AUTO SALES Low Monthly Payments
Fountain of Ft. Myers visited Mrs. Stanley Giesey and child1 Wednesday night, Prayer Meet. 4820 N. W. 13th 378-1344
the week if June 9 Johnson & Faris Inc.
1; through 13, 19f. Anyone of ,
her sister and family, Mr. and ren Opalocka; Mr. and Mrs. ing. Thursday, Ladles Circle. BRASINGTONCADILLAC
wishing; to take. the examination must make application Mrs. Lee Roy Raulerson over Rocky Smith and sons of Miami; Friday night the pastor and OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS MOTORCYCLES

before June 1. The test fee for all the tests the weekend. and Miss Teresa Zeigler of congregation will render serviceat SALES! it SERVICE Insecticides--Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS

is ; .< Mrs. Gertrude Hart had as Miami. Penney Farms. Saturday Floe Selection of Used Can BMW
S7.50. and 2 for each re-test. Miss Marie Y YAMAHA
Monday night guests, Mrs. Eva Taylor and Mrs. night dinners will be sold from Taken On Cadillac Trade
Crocker and Miss Virginia L. K. Childs were in Tallahassee the kitchen. Sunday School. We Rent Fertilizer Spreader
Individuals:. desirinc further information about 2M1 N.W. 13th Ph. 37S-S301 etJdtUtHt,4Sales
Linton of Calif. last Wednesday and on 930.: Morning Worship at 11. 224 N.W. 8th. Ph. 378-4H76
I the ( En test !should call the Vocational Center Rev. and Mrs. Jack Stolte the return trip enjoyed visits Evening Service, 8 p.m. CRANE Parts Service
964-i!) (;I30.I; and family of Georgia visited with Mrs. Child's nephew, Daily Vacation Bible School MATERNITY WEAR 615 W. University 37S-2811
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Grlffis Charley Hatchett and niece, LINCOLN MERCURY
Friday night. Mrs. Clyde Home, at Monti- Authorized Sale A Service FOR MOTHERSTOBEA :MUSICBALDWIN:
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs cello. Returning from Tallahassee Sulllvans this week are their 2201 N. Main Ph 372-4373 FULL LINE OF

have as guests this week, Mrs. with them was Mrs. son In law and daughter, Crane ImportsVolvo Lingerie Dresses Slacks
Mae Shelly and Mr. and Mrs. Child's sister, Mrs.Tom Young Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Cample-
: Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits
MO Triumph.
Robert Stevenson and children for a visit of several days. John of Miami.

Robin, Joy Lynn, Brice and, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Guests of Mrs. Rhoda Dam- 606 Phone E. University 372-4251 EXPECTANTLYYOURS PIANO & ORGANS
Scott of Muncie, Ind. Jr. and Rusty visited Mr. pier last week were her cousin, CHOrd OP TiN AITIITI'ptam

:frlfJieJf1k Mr. and Mrs. Roberts haveas and Mrs. Elbert Hersey at Mrs. Pauline Sears, and her Barkley Motors Inc.TOYOTA INC. - .
; guests this week, Mrs. Lu- Gainesville Thursday evening. sister-in-law, Mrs. Bernadine ,
cile Norman and children of On Sunday the Sullivan Jrs. Zeigler, of Miami. Mrs. Zei- 7M W. University Opp>> S.F.J.C.
Jacksonville. visited her parents, Mr. and i gler has returned to her home G'vllle Shopping Ctr. 37 -S351
< .t'feJlfefrre 'IeJilf Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bur- Mrs. Marshall Strickland, at 'and Mrs. Sears Is remaining for 4 wheel drive and ear !Mechanical CONTRACTORK.

nett announce the arrival of a Florahome. i an extended visit. Sales Parts Service :MOVERS
grandson Joel Albert Burnettof Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Clean Used Toyotas E. Ent. Inc.Thompson'
7leJIlei Whitehouse, May 31. Mrs. D. Phillips Sunday afternoon Think About It 1700 N. Main 376-1260 Hyde Long Distance :Moving
iJfJlfj Burnett will be remembered as were her uncle and aunt, Mr. "Blessed Is the man who, Storage Packing
the former Miss Pansy Johnston and Mrs. Harry Jeter, of having nothing to say, abstains Crating Shipping"
daughter of the late Roy Hawthorne.Mr. 'from giving us wordy evidenceof Beauty Academy Service
the finest in
Providing professional for Free Estimates Call
nursing Air Conditioning
care Johnston and Mrs. Leona Ad- and Mrs. DonSamsDonna the fact. Heating -
convalescent, geriatric, chronically ill, long-term and dison Johnston.Mr. Danny and Doug, of Mer- -George Eliot. POWELL'S Repairs on White Appliances HILL'S
and Mrs. Theodore Ro- ritt Island,were weekend guests f' :*:;:;:::::::>::*::::::::::: :::::%:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Industrial Combustion Service
post-hospital patients. Inquiries and visits invited. sier had as Friday night supper of her mother, Mrs. Bernice i:' r:: Beauty AcademyLearn Boller Room Sales &: Service Van Service, Inc.
guests Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ad- McCarthy, at Park of i GLASS 1 1i 3038 N. Waldo Rd. Gainesville
Certified for Medicare a Profession In Your Rd. G'vilto
patients. dison and son of Gainesville. the Palms. IiI !! Telephone 372-2162 3540 N.E. Waldo
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marten i} FOR EVERY PURPOSI {g ,Spare Time. Full or Part Time 372-4271
1000 SOUTHWEST SIXTEENTH GAINESVILLE FLORIDA 32601 and family visited his mother, Mr. and Mrs.Newell Horne of :::: :r i::$: 219 N.W. 10th 378-2766
Miami spent several days with : Mirrors :MEN'S WEAR PAINT GLASSLIDDELL
in Green Cove
TELEPHONE AREA CODE ((904))376 261] Cecil Jones, Springs Jr. of Sunday. her parents, Mr.and Mrs.Mar- '1' 11j ELECTRIC MOTORS

hills visited his parents Zepher-, Mr. Ion Sullivan. Visiting the !;i FOR EVERY PURPOSESHEA'S STAG 'N DRAG PAINT &:

the State Farm Griffin Salt
Friday .
night.GOOD Motor Repair Co.Of Arrow Florshelm Shoe .
Glass Mirrors Sliding Doors
SODOMY i GLASS .CO. I 1!: Gainesville, Inc. Formal Rentals Tub Enclosures Shower Door

11 y, Repairing RewindingNew Ladles Sportswear Furniture Tope Windows -
:: 17Z.4JIS! 172-4)51 :::
: and Used 2 STORES 13 W. UNIVERSITY Awnings
DISABlED :: till N.W. 41* Pteee :}::
:I :: 6otn.sylili 1:::I tilt N. W. 16th Ph. 372-4318 and GAINESVILLE MALL 116 N.W. 16th St. I72- 1/1 ,

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wti Serious sickness or accident often .
strikes unexpectedly. And one of

? ,tt, the biggest problems you face is a ,
.' need for money. Money for medical
bills money to keep your fame
ily together. That's why you need
( i. Mutual of Omaha Paycheck Plus.

Health insurance that can pay up
to $10,000 toward medical expenses
.. and up to $500 a month cash
to live on. This is vital protection.Call .
or write:

Electric Reverse-Cycle Air Conditioning Phone. 2, 964.74059tarkeFla.Box 155

delivers carefree comfort all year round. 32091 .

Impala Custom Coupe

It's wonderful how many good things happen when you live with flameless RCPKESENTINQMutual

electric Reverse-Cycle Air Conditioning.. Summer appetites perk up. \ Match that anybody.We .
The whole family sleeps more soundly even on humid nights. Come winter, OF OMAHA' ,

you banish chills with a twist of the wrist aWTUM. M OMAHA INWMMC COWFMV give you an honest increase in car at an priced $101 less than in 1968.
Best of all, you do it all the flameless electric way. The clean way so that .UN ,lawfWM. AMIflata: U*M al f t.i.l... honest decrease in price. The 300-hp V8 is priced $40 less than lastyear's
your furniture and drapes look their bright best all the time. There's no match N..Snta: "Omsk' .PtotratflAGNCY Take the '69 Impala above. We improved the 275-hp. Turbo Hydra-matic costs less.
for the clean comfort of Reverse-Cycle the year-round r------------------- ride. Made it quieter inside. Added an anti-theft Power disc brakes about half as much. Whitewalls .
Ask your air conditioning air conditioning. I ; NAME: AND I II locking device. Put steel guard rails in the doors. a little less. Wheel covers about the same.
contractor or electric appliance dealer. I ADDRESS: Still, this Impala with a 300-hp V8, Turbo And head restraints are now standard.

Eleven rate reductions since 19571 The average price paid per kilowatt I nu.a '"'.'",UI." on ..r.tC.] ...... I Hydra-ma,advanced-design power disc brakes, Upping value and dropping price. That's the
hour by FPL-served families today is one-third less than it was in 1957. I rt...." I II head restraints, whitewalls and wheel covers isPacesetter way Chevrolet operates.

There's no match for flameless electric I Nawr.I .
I I Putting you first, keeps us first.

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Board *te....rve* The and filed In duplicate, and must id nd ralnt Brown or above described property of said
Makes *
Planning TRIio Tnt 1 A \3 of Blk 4 of CorllotaAuviidt defend Reddish a* Sheriff
andpotofflre : nt. in P. D. Jr
To Or All of residence .
Reject Any the
B state place IInel Brown Florida, under defendant to satisfy the aforesaid serve. upon Ben Daniel -
S.D Unit 1 County
1 of the claim amount together Bradford
address 1149.00 ,
01S\ TTarTlnr the of Writ of Exe- Execution. Plalntirr attorney whosedren ad-
Vacation Travel r? farr ro virtue of
nv theclaimant and by
SEAL) he to '
( ant and sworn with cost of collection.Have P. n. Reddish U 897 NTthweut Third'
Charles A. Darbv his agent or hi* attorney Rd.offIIgw'nl SW+4 a \I6 A > caked. end .. .. In mynoiieRlnn cution., to-wlt Issued: out or SmallClaims P. D. neddlsh.8h..rlf'Bradord street* Ocala. Florida. :12STO.
Safer FHP Charles A. Clerk will become void BWV described Execution
Darby. or It following" ,
the Florida
Says Bradford. County County answer or written defense.If
in STO' Cor of SW% of SW% ex .wlt Court of your
68 2t 8.13 "ol..w. to : ,
.eording nronnrty 19In
nerennal 5-29 4t '
Tile Florida to a Final any to the Bill of ComplaintIn
6"-r..t. fa A." May 14lh. 1969.C1.velnnd Vtonthern Oil *, Chemical Can. 10RII Ford( F1t..llnn'W..nn Judgement rourrsR.hta: n. Cunnlnicham saM stilt and file same with
"Planning Is essential In t any I II" Conntr, .. I Itn Durham 1ZI Renal St NY, NY |2<10 HONWt N(>, 45.W1817. TT Vo. OA62W14- d-b-a of Keystone The Eighth .fa"'"..' Circuit the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
undertaking and especially in For 8. M. DanielsCoAdministrators 1924 Title No. B917051 and againstClarence .fore the 17th day of
rr t'aVoTwTLSS'jON.All of the estateof of NWU ex 1A of RT of the above Heights, Florida !. And For Bradford Comaty, or h
vacation' : ex R.WI'IM.th..Tn- As the nropertv Gilbert and Evelyn Plorlda.Case June, 1989. which day and date
travel: !Any fa.ctOirwhich Ea. .JR". Tlereaeed.NOTICFI Wllll Jones Jr. n"moodI.fen".nt and thnt on In the ,
OH Ch."I..1 Co. Gilbert defendant. NnTOHN I* herehv fixed a* the return
CR1'o0lTORS: H. Pierce of June
might influence your trij TO of Willie *. By Oeorge for the Estate Broad St. N.Y. N. Y. 122.80 Monday the 2Srd o'clock day Noon on amount of $18211 together with y.""". VDPWT.' Plain-. day of thl Notice to appear. Tf
creaitor Jonj Attorney ups twelve
should be checked before leav who d'eil' on 11.23 4t 8.U ,19M. lit day nn the premises) of theRraddord coot of collectionHave In tiff vs. KIJOENiA!: : WOO1.VKR- YOU fall tn do' ..n. a Default will
Jr acid
MayBradford 611NOTICB seized and have ,, .
wh'luV .*dent S-22 4t .Tail t will offer TON CONDTiRY n"fendant.AMBNTI be entered against you for the
Ing. Col. H. N. r County descrlb45W227-
says Xlrkman, following
notified posBesslon the >ED relief demanded In the Bill of
Florida, are I.FOAT.: NOTiCe ..le and well to the nlprn- '
County.' for to.wlt:
.FHP director. that they are required" to file n r.. In. heri. .. that on OP SHEIUFF'''' BA1.B' eat bidder for each In hand the ed personal proPerty Station Wagon NOTICE TO APPEARTo Cn"n'"t.
Y In planning ,a trip. Kirkman any claim or demands that they the Hlh day' of June 19B9 begin.fling Notice I Is. hereby given that I. .hove described property of Bald 1957 Pontiac W151I117851 : Eugenia Woolverton Con- Witness. my hand, .and official
have against, his estate i In at 12\ noon at community! P. D. Rpddlnh H4 Sheriff of defendant, to, satisfy. the aforeKxerutlon. I'D No. No 4..Y'144, sepal. at Stnrke. Bradford County.Ftorlda .
said the first and most important the may Office of the County Judge".. center Town of 'Rrooher. County Bradford. County. Florida' under .....Id :: 1969. Florida Tag of the above \ Taney Avenue.Brookville .., this the IS: day of May,
item is preparing: the family of Bradford. County. Florida In of Bradford. !State' of Florlds.tax and by virtue of Writ of Execution P. D. Reddlnh named A. the defenllInt property and that o-n Alexandria. Virginia. t aM. .
the Courthouse. at Starke. Florida .ale certlfirates will bo Bold to-writ I P. n Red'lUh. Sheriff 23rd day (STJA.M
vehicle. Cheeks should be within Blx calendar month on the followtnl dewrlhed. land Execution,, Iftmied. out of Small'! Bradford County, Florida. Monday, twelve the o'clock Noonnn You Are Herehv Notified thata Charles A. Dsrhv. Clerk of
made of lights ,brakes tires from the date. of the first publication to naY the amount due nor ta.Te : Claims' rvturt of Bradford Coun 6.29 4t 6-19 19ft'l..t the premises of the suit has been hrouqrht against" ri-c..i. Court Bradford County.
of the notice. Each claim herein set. opposite the same tv. Florida pursuant to a Final said day on Jail. I will offer you 'In the Circuit Court for Florida.By .
County .
and the
engine to avoid emericncles Mnnnd must be In writing together with all omits of such Judgement for Southern His- NOTICE OF 8'iiRnIFF'8LID! Bradford and sell to the hillh. Bradford County Florida, by Beulah )l. Moody D. C.
or .ale
or,breakdowns said Kirk- ....!<. and. all advertising.tau count Oompanv. of Starke.!' PloyI Notice I III hereby given that I2 for Mdder for. cash In hand the John Lee Condrev. or divorce.and 6-15 *t 8.1
,.sag sac sac --------- -- ----.-------- ------- Mt van arc hereby rermlred to
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veteran Patrol commander I s I
said few people take advantage
of a service he strongly I recommends I

checking with !js i CHUCKiI II

highway authorities In other I
states f cr prolonged construction

J for detours that might be a-
voided. I I I

Kirkman. told drivers to p1for I '

possible a first-aid emergencies kit.! flashlightand by having i i STEAK I i iI

roadway flares on h1nd.I i RIB ROUND or BONELESS SHOULDER II
"Driver's licenses insurance I 1 II
policies >and vehicle inspection
certificates should be checkedto I I

see that they are valid .said i

Kirkman.Implied Consent 1 I = --S jj I I ROAST i i II I II II

Law ExplainedBy 1 I 1 i II

Hiway PatrolCol. i I

H. N. Kirkman Director I 1I1
of the Department of Public I
Safety has clarified Flori : FOOD FAIR I $ I 1

da's "implied consent" law by' QUALITY I

saying that the outcome of 1 I I I Merchants 1
a drunken driving charge has
no bearing on a driver's license I I 1 FREE TOO! I

suspension for refusing to submit 1 GRADED I 1 i ,-CRCCN-- STAMPS_ 0I I
to chemical tests of Intox ---
[ication.In I I I 1LB

response to inquiries about I.U.S. CHOICE I I L B 1I
the law which was passed in | PRICES GOOD THURSDAY

the 1967 session of the legislature ; i I THRU WEDNESDAY JUNE 11th I

[,drunken driving statute is separate I 1
from the implied consent I Ii

law and the outcome of

the trial for drunken drivinghas

no bearing on a suspensionfor PICK-O-THE-CHICK FLASH FROZEN
refusing to submit to chemical LEAN FRESH ALASKA
'! tests of intoxication." FRYER

Florida's Implied consent law BREADED DRESSEDWHITING

requires that drivers arrested
Yor driving while under the COMBINATION PACKAGE
'influence of alcohol who refuseto c. SHRIMP

submit to chemical tests of
intoxication will have their

diving privilege suspended for
six months.

In The ClrcoH Court Of Plorl.lnvlKlnb _
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: Judlvliil (; 'c. laaf
Fur Uriiclloril. ''vunty. Cine No.
A. LiOClSK VK'KEUY. Plaintiff
: Defendant. _
You Are Hereby Notified thaan .
,.action for a divorce, custody :
I of the parties' child, namely
Kristine 1'am..11Vickery, support \ t
for Bald child Hlamtlff.
attorney foe and, costs of this Ifsiiao Kir AND
emit to be paid l Ioy you hast. been : CMVY, STUfFlfr
filed, against you and you are -i (
I required. 10'e a copy of your
written defense", If any to It on .
Harton T. Dougla.ttorn..y for
riaintlff. whose address Is Post
Office Drawer 123s. Oalnesvllle,
Klurliln .2601:: and file origin. 1.29
al with the Clerk of the ,il>oi-e
styled Court on or before July
14 1989: and If you fall to do
.0' a Default Judgment will: be
alien against", you for the rell..fJemanlh.d
In the Complaint and
thereafter said cause will proceed
Fx parte.WITNESS .
my hand' and tn*
neal of said Court on this 2nd FLAVORKISTPEACH

Charles A. Darhy TRASHCAN
As Clerk of the Circuit Court In
and for Bradford County, Flor

ida.By' Beulnh ,.,. Moody! ICE CREAM
A. Deputy Clerk
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/ :i + ,, 1969 GRADUATES OF K.H.H.S. __ g g1 :!_b

John Mowatt HarveyVALEDICTORIAN ,
Patricia Louise Cox

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bright milestonein And wish you
Graduation Victor Alan Bannister Roger James Smith your marchto continuingsuccess.

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FARMS, INC. STATION Richard Franklin afood- everages W. H. Reynolds, Jr.

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ON A COAL GRADS- Secretary . Sharon Michele Brannon Store future wisely. _

HOW IT'S DONE. Appraisal Service Treasurer . Lynn Catherine Jordan Mr. & Mrs. Pat BradleIIIBIIGiTn'lrlfNli ,- Lake Geneva ,

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Services Held Claron W. Miner FridayCommencement
For Mrs. LudwigOliver Rites WednesdayClaron

[ By JIM W. Miner, 67, of exercises" for' dictorian; John Harvey, Salutatorian shall Gallop" Jr. will conductthe

PIMM Phone in FOX J. Ludwig, 89, of Key- Melrose, died Saturday In Ala- 34 members of the graduatingclass ; and Daryl Johnston devotional preceding the
Ydur Items 473-414S stone Heights, died Sunday In a chua General Hospital after a L'A of Keystone Heights High president of the Senior Class. program.

Starke hospital after a brief short Illness. Born In Daw- School will be held In the gymnasium Joseph Benson, retiring principal Class sponsors are Mrs.

,Illness. son, Iowa on Feb. 2, 1902, he Friday night June 6, of the school will pre Meredith Scheck, and Coach
WOMAN'S: CLUBA Born In Salisbury, N. C. on was a mechanic and a retired at 8 o'clock. Rev. Alfred Dur- sent special awards and cit- Charles Newlon.

reception and installation of wishes to thank her co-workers. Sept. 5, 1879, he was a member foreman of the garage of the rance, of Ocala, will deliverthe ations. Diplomas will be pre Senior Superlatives are:

new officers!! and reaffirmed of- Mrs. Anthony Danis. Mrs. Harold of the Episcopal Churchand City; of Jacksonville.Mr. commencement address. sented to the graduates by Jesse Best All Around: John Mc-

ficers for the last club year was Deutermann. Mrs: John the oldest Masonic LodgeIn Miner was a 32nd De- This will be the largest class P. Tynes, Clay County Sup- Grath and Lynn Jordan.

held on Tuesday, May 27, at the Sullivan and all who baked and the United States, Lodge gree Mason, a member of the ever to graduate from Keystone erintendent of Public Instruc Most Athletic: Mike Mur-

clubhouse! from 3 to 5 p.m. bought the bake goods. No 1 of Wilmington, N. C. Scottish Rite of the Shrine of High. tion.The rhee and Gina Massa.

Mrs. C. J. Yaudis DirectorV. Bingo is played on Friday Surviving Is one daughter, Jacksonville, and a member of Lt. Rhett Fox Members of the graduatingclass organ prelude, processional Most Likely to Succeed: Dar

FFWC, presented!! a report evenings at 7:30: in the recrea- Mrs. Nellie B. Fllnchbaugh, of the Clay County; Shrine Club. who will deliver addresses and recessional will be yl Johnston and Patricia Cox.
that she had given at the State tional hall of St. Williams. The Largo; one son, Comer O. Lud- Surviving Is his wife, Estelle Gets Bronze Star are: Patricia Cox, Vale played by David Benson. Mar- Most Intellectual: John Harvey -

Convention in Miami. public Is invited. wig, St. Petersburg; four sis- Miner, of Melrose; a daughter, For Heroism1st and Sharon Brannon.

Mrs. Axel Malmgren offered HAYES ,CLUB CHAMPION ters, Mrs. C. W. Foster, Mrs. Mrs. Richard Vance, Lansing, Best Looking: Jeff Batts and
In a sudden death Jim Bame, Mrs. J. Fisher, and Mich one brother, Charles
the invocation preceding the in- play-off ; Lt. Rhett S. (Butch) Fox. Mimi Float.
: Volunteers Now In Second Place
stallation.Mrs. Sunday afternoon local golfer Mrs. Charlie Davis, all of Car Miner, Yale, Iowa; two sisters, !son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett R. ; Class Clowns: Thomas Hawes
Bob olina Beach N. C. Wine Panora
Hayes defeated last year'sclub ; seven Mrs. Evelyn ,
Yaudis Installed the following Fox of Keystone and Bonnie McLean.
Heights, has
champion Joe grandchildren, and 14 great Iowa, and Mrs. Irma Caslow,
officers: President. Sara to :toeenawarded; the Bronze Star Best Dressed: Peggy Shaugh-
capture the 1969 Club Champ. grandchildren. Des Moines, Iowa; and four Final Games and Donald .
McDonald, who was absent due ionship Title. It was not until Funeral servies were held at grandchildren. Medal with "V" device for League Saturday nessy
to illness and was representedby held heroism in connection with military !
the 19th hole that the winnerwas 4 p.m. Wednesday In Arlington Funeral services were The Baccalaureate Sermonwas
Mrs. John Bird as stand-in; determined in the match Funeral Home Chapel, Largo, at 10 a.m. Wednesday In De- operations against a hostile rrhe volunteers moved Into while Scale's pitcher, Tommy delivered last Sunday nightIn

Mrs. Kenneth Liggett first vice play ournament. Fla. Interment was In Memorial Witt C, Jones Funeral Home, force in Vietnam. second place in the Keystone Smart nearly equalled it with! the Community church by
president; Mrs. David Nelson, Park with DeWittC. with Rev. The citation stated: "Lt. Fox
Flight winners in the Club Largo Keystone Heights :Heights: Little Lsasae:! fcnuraayby 11 strikeouts. Father Edward Kirby of St.
second vice president; Mrs. Championship Tournament Jones Funeral Home In Carl Clarke officiating. Interment was serving as a platoon leader defeating cunninjham's Belote's took the lead in the William's Catholic Church.
Eldon Kimmons. recording!! secretary In the Keystone with his company at its night
be announced in next week's charge. was Gulf 6 to 5 in a nip and tuck third Inning, scoring one run, Ray Farris delivered the
; Fremont Tones ambush site. After the ambush
colum. Heights game. The Volunteers :now 'have and tallied two more in the message of welcome, and a
treasurer; Mrs Ralph Initiated
Griffin against large
corresponding Plans are being coordinated tient at Bradford County Hospital Viet a a season reccrd '()! :four wins fourth on hits by Don Wingate, special muscial number,
secretary; Mrs. Cong unit, a friendly
Charles McGlave to have summer tournamentson We wish her a speedy re end four losses. Harry Warner and a double! by "Nume DimitUs," was presented
director for NEWS NO'iESBy search team I scelved! numerous
three year term.Announcement. Tuesday mornings at 9 for covery. casualties and Belote Drugs ((8-0)), the League Leon Rldaught. Scale's tried in by the KHS Ensemble.The .

was made of a the Junior Golfers. These!! tour Mrs. Mary Strange, of Eustis. Helen EcanAN down. With complete was disregard pinned Champs, defeated Scale's Grocery the fourth on a walk and double Invocation was by Rev.

Civic Improvement!! Program naments111 be open to all Is visiting Col. and Mrs. David for his personal 5-0 in the \second game. by pitcher Tommy Smart, utcouldn't Laurence Carroll of the 1st
safety, Lt. Fox
Church and the
Junior the lead in Baptist
Golfers took
in the area. Nelson of Lake View.Drive this Cunninghams score.
Award presented by Sears Roe- maneuvered through the hail of Rev. William Jones
buck Foundation, for projects Those who are not members of week. Mrs. Strange is Mrs. Nel APOLOGYDue hostile rounds to the beleaguered the llrst inning by scoring two Belotes scored 2 more In the of St. Anne's Episcopal Church.
accomplished during the past the club may pay a $2 green son's cousin.Mr. to the Decoration Day element and directed the runs, and held on for three sixth with a hit by Kevin Wy-

two years.In fee to participate.On and Mrs. Gary Abel of holiday; the curtailing of mail securing of the area and rapid more innings. The Volunteers man followed by a baseonballsand

the absence of Mrs. Azzle! Sunday June 8. the first Chicago: are spending several service, late parties and showers evacuation of the wounded. threatened in the third and A combination of sacrifices Services Held

Williams. membership! chairman round of competition for the weeks with Mr. and Mrs. George for brides-to-be, also an Interesting "He continued to brave the fourth Innings on hits by Bruce and fielders' choices.:.

Mrs. Eldon Kimmons welcomed !- North Central Florida 21 club Kaufmann of Lake View Drive. tour of the Horticul- Intense enemy fire raking the Blea.scia.le (Gene Buillngton. Saturday June 7, will mark For S. F. WilsonIn

and introduced new!! will be held at the Gainesville!! The Abels flew!! down in the tural Training Division at Ral- area and adjusted gunship supporting and Larry Turknstt, out: could- the final games of the regular MississippiSidney

members to the assembly: Mrs. Golf & Country Club at 2 p.m. private plane of their nephew! ford State Prison, this reporterwill fire on the insurgents. n't score. In the Up of the tilth, season. The early game at 4:30:

R. A. Wolfe!, Mrs. H. T. Smith! Interested Golfers are! asked to Bud Sliipman! of Chicago who need another week for news His courageous initiative! and John Ecklund get on base anda has Cunningham's: Gulf against Francis Wilson 73, a

Mrs. T. E. Crutchfield. Mrs. contact Bill Hardigree, Key returned home Saturday.Mrs. compiling. So this week's issue bold determination were Instrumental single by Bleasdale: followed Scale's Grocery. The night gameat native of Green Cove Springs,

Paul Cuendet Mrs. Don Wallace stone Club pro. George Carafagno of will leave much more of activ- in saving frJonrtiv" lives, .toy a double ,by Darrell White 6:30: has Belote's going died Thursday, May 29, in
Mrs. Ralph Barker. Mrs. On Friday May 30. Hardigree Philadelphia! is visiting her sis ities of the Young Folks and and significantly contributed to tied it for the Volunteers, against the Volunteers. On Sat- Greenville Memorial Hospital,

Winton Keeth. Mrs. D. R. Dev- and team members. Hal Adams, ter. :Mrs. Edward Bleha. and for them we release News Notes the successful accomplishment at 2-2. Cunningham's came urday, June 14, Belote will playan Greenville, Miss. He was born

rick. Mrs. R. L. Walker, Mrs. Charlie Head and John Peters her mother Mrs. H. A. White- space. of hs! unit's mission. back in their hall .with doubles All-star team: chosen from April 28, 1836 in Clay County,

D. A. Baker! Mrs. Albert Quag- came in first place at the Lake head. Announcements: FellowshipClub "Lt. Fox's outstanding displayof 'by Virgil Couey and Alan Gibbs. the three remaining teams. the son of the late E :M.: and

liano. Mrs.\ William Terry, Mrs. City ProAm.On Mrs. Lena Clemens has returned (not to be confused with aggressiveness devotion to and a single by Gerry Keeth. to Starting time is scheduled for Ruth Moody WiLson:

Jerry Kodatt. Mrs. E. A. Tim- Monday, May 26. Hardi- home following: amonth's Youth Fellowship of Community duty, and personal bravery is in make it 4-2, Cunning-tern's.: 6 p.m.Players. Mr. Wilson was a disabled

mins. Mrs. Emily Heath, and gvee took three teams to Jacksonville visit! with her son and Church) will have its monthly keeping with the finest traditions In the top of the !Sixth CUnningham and :parents are reminded World War I veteran" and a retired

Mrs Gerald Pappy. to play in the Pro-La daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. luncheon (covered dish) on of the military service pitcher Larry Gould- that team pictures will drugg:.>t. He had lived: in

Mrs. Floyd Koons. senior advisor dies Tournament at the Deer- John T. Allen of Troy. N. Y. June 12 at 12:30: p.m. in Masonic and reflects great credit upon thorpe walked two and was relieved be taken between the. games oa Greenville Miss, for the past

of the Junior! Woman's wood: Golf & Country; Club. Two On May 25, :Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hall. For readers!! of the himself, the 1st Infantry Division by Dave Tracker who June 7, at a price of $1 for an ten years. He was a member :of

Club. introduced tha new Junior of the teams placed seventh and became the proud parents of Keystone Heights news. who and the U. S. Army." walked ails first batter. With Individual x 10 print. Muskogee Masonic Lodge Muskogee -

Club President. Mrs Clyde ninth In the! competition.The their first son, John, Jr. would enjoy the friendship of Lt. Fox is serving with Co. C, two out and the bases loaded, Ray Wingate has 'announced Okla.

Ashton and Vice President, local club will sponsor A former resident and student older folks, we invite you to 2nd Bn., 16th Infantry He is Volunteer ttu'l baseman Bruce that the lights were Installed at His only survivor: is a brother,

Mrs. Paschal Carr.A their! annual Pro-Lady on Mon- Lance Andrewson: has come, but provide your own expected to arrive home about BLccLsclaJe: slammed one into the park on Saturday afternoon. W. P. Coon) Wilson of Lake

social hour followed the in day. June 9. completed" his sophomore year table service and beverage. JulIus June 21 after completing his left field for four-bagger. Wingate apologized for the unavoidable Brooklyn.

stallation. Hostesses for the reception On Wednesda3'fay 28. Key- at Brigham Young University Hanson treasurer, and Mrs. tour of duty in Vietnam, and Volunteers lock: 'the lead 6-4. delay with the Installa Mr. and Mrs. Wilson attendedthe

were: Mrs. Earl Vovles stone Heights golfers: hosted an and Is now stationed in Lima, Hanson will enjoy enrolling will re-enter St. Johns River Cunningham's rallied in their tion. funeral services! last Saturday

Mrs. Arnold: Larsen. Mrs. Albert inter-club tournament! nit: nine Peru. He will be workIng In the these Interested. In Septemberthe Junior College later this month. half on the .sixth, but could only Parents and friends are reminded in Greenvlle: with Intermentin

Bachmann. Mrs. Arthur Ketch.!! golfers from the Green Cove mission! ) field representing The Game Day will be started. pick up one run on aji error, :2 that contributions are Greenville Memorial Ceme

Mrs.! Robert Hook. Mrs. M. R. Springs Club. The!! men from tltt Church of Jesus Christ t of Latter which is the 4th Thursday of stolen bases and a single by still being received to help defray -
Day Saints. He is the absence of home to Coach Bayless; the:
son of each month. In the
Bowen. Mrs. Charles McGlave. local team defeated the! guests Tom Martin.In the cost of the new field
Mr. and :Mrs. Walter!! Andrewson Mrs. William Bam, Sr., \president Voyle home on Lakeview! Driveto
Mrs. A. Holt, and Mrs. NettleStltchbrl'Y. with a 40 point margin. the night game, Belote'swinning lights. Please send!! contributions -
and the grandson of Mr. and A. P. Hallman, vice president be the home of the new Key- tery.KEYSTONE
Bobby Hayes won low gross pitcher, Bret Cole, in care of Ray Wingate.
Mrs. Kenneth Liggett vice in the Junior Tournament on Mrs. John Bird of Keystone will preside. stone School principal; The struck out fourteen batters, Keystone Heights.
president presided in the absence TuesdaytLIBRARY Mr. and Mrs. William Finucanof AN OMMISSIONMr. Charles Walenus! home on
Starke. celebrated' Bellalre Point to Mr. and Mrs. I
of Mrs. Sara NEWS their 30th Editor, Mrs. Ralph Bar
president.The Librarian Helen Law wedding anniversary with a ker, a newcomer and gracious Charles McLaughl'n; the William ers although it was all sold at copal Parish House in Melrose.
Local luncheon party at their! home church worker and her cochairman Reynolds Sr. home on once. I would like to apologize The Webrlos! Den held the
events have the! Wom
been scheduled for the! Woman's an's rence Club announces has presented the library last Friday. Guests attending Mrs. John B rd's names Lakeview Drive south; all soon to anyone who might have been opening ceremony consisting of HEIGHTS
Club KOP (Keystone from Keystone!! Included Mr. and were omitted from the "ay 22 will be new residents of Key hurt in any way because of posting the Colors, and leadingthe
Parade) books
with two
on new en-
Mrs George Kaufmann and carbon stone.! this, especially the four parties entire pack in the Pledge of
week Telegraph, although my
: July 3, Homemade Food titled: Frontier Eden, a biography
Sale: July 4. Ringing of Bells; of Marjorie Kinnan Rawl- their house guests. Mr. and copy reports theIr names following This ret'orter wishes to extenda concerned.Our Allegiance.Jack DIRECTORYRABY'S

July 8. Golf Tournament: July ings: and Twelve Cities by John Mrs. Gary Abel and Bud Ship- Mrs. William] Beam S' and snake and "thank yous"on sympathy to Red Thompson Layman. Area Scout

10. Luncheon:: and card party at Gunter man of Chieaeo Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Bert Christoffers. behalf of all residents of whose brother-in-law In Commission then impressedthe

the Woman's Club: July 12, :Mrs. R. L. Bridges of Lake Philip Clark. !Mrs. Karolyn Jack The rapid sale and ch-.lge ',1 Lakeview Drive (for the cooper Belleview passed away. pack with an old-time story- AUTO
son and daughters. Debbie ation of Councilman! James! :Miss Carolyn Tison of Gainesville telling session.It .
Swap Shop Masonic: and ownership of proprt./ Key-
Hall: and Geneva, has donated! to the library -
I July 1-12. art show at the Muni- of A Secret River Sandy and Jm! Fox. stone is most interesting. We Cook when this reporter decided spent the weekend with her was announced that there SERVICE
a copy
cipal Building.ST. by Miss Rawlings. Miss Tlh Zowarka daughterof know of the following sales: that the drive should have a parents, MI' and Mrs. Dock would be summertime activitiesfor Complete Auto RepairsAir
:Mr. and Mrs. Jim street name, a hazard marker Tison. the Pack. Regular Den
\\'ILLInl'SThe This :Mrs. Lawrenceis Jess Lewis home to a lady from
recent bake montth entertained friends with! a birth Miami; Mrs. Irene Schreinr for night driving) a"d as for- Mrs. Jess Stinger and son, of meetings will not be hld, except Conditioning Repairs
sale the
William's] at St. featuring a display on day party at the home of her! mer Councilman George LaRus Pennsylvania. flopped by fora for the Wsbe'.os Den. A &: Automatic Transmission
was a success thanks life and works of Miss Rawl
parents heeded short visit at the home of Mr. monthly rack melting will be Service
to members of the! Altar ings. on Saturday evening." guests. the call for a proper!!
Mrs.: Elizabeth! street light about and Mrs. VirgIe Rowe and held each of the summer
who sponsored the event. HERE :'<" THERE Grosberg of Miss Carol Stephenson of we are now 473-4404
Keystone and Leroy!! to ask for family last week. mcnths and athletic!! competition -
Mrs. Leo LeBlanc. chairman, Mrs. Sara McDonald is a pa- Syracuse, Tampa was a weekend guest of one more thing, a Little Lake Bedford
of Greenville.! S. C.. have Just her mother Mrs. Les Stephenson !! "Dead End" sign at the en Bob Ford, who is In the Navy, ou'door games and refreshments

returned from a two month trip, of Lake Geneva, trance. There Is a very good: is home visiting his parents! such as weiner BEAUTY SHOP
which covered 21 states, where Mrs. Jim Wharton was entertained reason for th's.' -nam"ly. tht Mr. and Mrs. R. V, Ford, and .roasts will be enjoyed by all.

they vited! family and friends. with a birthday dinner: what was originally W. Lake- other friends. Two Geology awards were .

Learn To Swim A special feature of their! trip given by her daughters, Kathy view Drive, only a a small part Congratulations to Miss Diane presented to Phillip Courtneyand KEYSTONEBEAUTY

was the scenIc ride from southern and Laurie. and her friend Mrs- cf It was pa'sable. When Mr. AddIson, who is salutatorian of Matt Stinon of the Webelos SHOP

California to northern Lavon Lowry. The dinner party Wallenlus purchased the jungle her graduating class at Inter- Den. Leon Duncan was appointed -

ii ,'1___ or Swim Better Washington.Rev.! was given at the home of the end of the Drive, the street was lachen JuniorSenior High Denner! of Den 5. Korra JOHNSON, o.ner

"-_. ),, 1 l'1: Classes Each Tuesday, and Mrs. Bill Breyfogleand latter extended a wide road was built School. Graduation exercises Den four presented a skit en- Personal ud Creative Hair Otylm -

:::::::;:Io_ t C W(>dnesda '. Thursday family were weekend!! Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wharton and deeded to the City of Key will be held at the schoo'' Fri. titled "Tossed Salad" which pro Xrerr Ptann"' of Beauty
: dV guests of Mr. and Alex following a stone He'ghts. Four new homes day night. She is the daughter vided lots of laughs for the Culture ltow.-6t. 9-9: closed
r.- ;;:.:-.... 7'3)J Starting. JUNE: 24. In Mrs. : returned Sunday Addison. .
Brokas. weekend vacation at Palm face en this new part three of of Walter!! pack.
:: 1 if'. Beautiful Modern 20 x
Several Melrose young people Cubmaster Thompson gradu-
which have several children.
Mrs. Albert E. Bachmann.: retiring !- Beach Gardens. where! they
\ 10 Ft. Pool In A Lovely ; We BUILDING MATERIAL
:c president andII'S.! Albert stayed at Tlmberlane Apart The drive dead-ends at the! Zow- will graduate Friday night. ated two Cubs Eddie: Smith: and
".Et.: : Setting.ADVANCE take this opportunity to offer Alfonso Duggan from Den four' HARDWARE
\ Qualiano.: 2nd vice president: of ments, overlooking the PGA arka property, and with the and _
Golf and at .several children and their dcgs, them our congratulatons! into Webelos with an impressive
Garden Club of the Lakes! attended National Course,
!) Swimming9:15: ) : to 9:15: A.M. the President's Conference the!! Holiday Inn in Miami it is a favorite place for play wish them success as they begin ceremony The!! boys were BROOKLYN

BEGINNERS;): : (Group). 10:00: to 10:30( : A.M.: of District FOUl' in Lake Beach. ing gaims, ball etc. Every child! their: careers in business or college to welcomed into Webelos! by Phillip l- SUPPLY HOUSELumber
has a bicycle, and now that the! or whatever they plan Courtney and Rodney Mc-
PRIVATE; Lesson10:4.' : .> to 11:15: A.M.AFTERNOON : City last Thursday. SOCIAL EVENTS Plywood Builder'
undertake.Mr. Intosh. bade farewellby
name street marker is They were
CLASSES Wayne Homer spent the holiday Miss Raymond Julie! Walker Crabtree of Jacksonville siderable traffic will! enter, and and :Mrs. Bobby Tison of their! : Den Mother, Mrs. Hardware Roofing Sheetrock
weekend!! with his family Paneling Paints Insulation
Gainesville visited his parents, Agnes Thompson who wished
was entertained witha there might! be some! accidents.!
PRIVATE Lesson*, 3:30: to 4:00: P.M. and friends. Wayne flew to champagne! tea given In her! The Lake! Drive res'dents are Mr. and Mrs. Dock Tison. Sun them good fortune as they! go Tools Electrical & Plumblna-
:Memphis Sunday to: completehis Supplies.
AW'LT CLASSES. 4:00: to 4:30: P.M.: honor by Mrs. Walter Crabtreeand Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Naples and day.Don't further down the Cubbing trail.
Naval AIT
training. Mrs. Raymond Crabtree: of daughters, the Bud Anthonysand forget the Flea Market, Cubmaster Thompson explained Hwy. 21 N. of Keystone 473-4886&
Father! Edward Kirby was the three daughters! the Fran which will bs held!! Saturday, to the Cubs and parents
MRS. FRED DODD Jacksonville.The
guest speaker!! at the Baccalau- 200 guests were invited cis Egars: Dr. Jchn Saw. Mr. June 7, from 9 to 5 on the exactly what the Webslos Den CONCRETE PRODUCTS"FOR

Ph. 473-4206 reate services at the Keystone to call between!! the hours of 3 and :Mrs. Pat Loudon, The Ken grounds of the Episcopal Parish activities consisted: cf and charged -
Heights! Community Sun-
House. It is being sponsored by the parents of both boys with
and 4 p.m. on Wednesday May neth Sayres and their! four children -
day evening. He is the parish!
and Coach Bayless and the Melrose Action Committeeand the responsibility of performingtasks CONCRETE PRODUCTS
28, in the party room of Timu- ;
priest St. William's of Key-
Qualified In..1riu-tor Keystone Heights quana Apartments.The family. All we ask row Cauncllmen. proceeds! will go for the and completing the achievements CALL OR SEEEdward's
stone. Graduating seniors and
hostesses presented the U for a DEAD END many projects they carry on together.Den Build'ngSupply !
their parents were honored honoree with a silver champagne Stop Sign. throughout the year. Anyone five performed the closing .

bucket as a remembranceof 6 v who has articles to contributemay ceremony which! consistedof Inc.

the occasion.On call the Richard! Moore the striking of the! Colors and 726 S. :MAIN 372-4S44

WIN A FREE VACATION Wednesday morning, May MELROSEBy : home and someone will: be sent leading the pack in singing Gainesville, Florida
28. Mrs. Richard Sunderland to pick them up. "America.
entertained friends with a coffee -
IN THE BAHAMAS in honor of Mrs. Bryan Na- Joyce Rowe Winners of the Duplicate Junior Girl Scout Troop 627 NURSERY

: tion of Jamaica. West Indies. Bridge Club last week were: went to Gainesville Thursday:
who Is visiting with her daughter tflrsss S r S rrflrsJflsfl Mrs. B. A. Allen and :Mrs. J. for two enjoyable field! trips. O.C. Carnes Nursery

Mrs. John Ruffini and fam Students in Melrose will fin. W. Foster. 1st place: Mrs. C. W. First, they toured Martin's Thousands of plants
cI ish their school: term Friday, Hardy and Mrs. R. P. VOg!!. Animal Hc plta1. Mrs. Martin
.; ily.Mrs.. Dan Pater assisted! !! Mrs. and have a three week vacation 2nd place; Mrs.: Paley Boyd conducted! the tour and the girls

I If Sunderland in caring for the ahead of them. Some will attend. and Mrs. John! Strawn 3rd were shown! Dr. Martin's facilities Evergreens
guests. summer school fir: six werks. place: Mrs. Robert Clare and : the! examining rooms sur- Camellias & Azaleas

; BASKETBALL BANQUETS starting June 16. Don't forget to Mrs. Steve! Sasfcoff. Mrs. Roland gery, the bath and clipping MOST ALL IN CANS

f Members of the Keystone enroll your child so he can Bryan and Mrs. J. P. Vose, tied rooms. and the animals that PLANT ANY TIME:

.. High School! Boys and Girls take advantage of this extra op for 4th place.Although were boarded. After the tour, Beautiful Roses
Basketball teams and the cheerleading portunity. Youngsters with noth- many clubs and organizations Mrs. Martin presented the girls
I A full week of fun for two in exciting Freeport, on Grand Bahama Island I All expenses squad were honored at ing to do this summer will also will: be closed for LandscapingPhone
from enjoy the sprts: and arts,; and the the bridge club (Continued on Next Pace)
i paid including round-trip air transportation Jacksonville luxury hotel accommodations the annual Basketball Banquetat summer 659-2165
with breakfast and dinner everyday of your vocation. Holiday Restaurant on Mon crafts programs. Those' who like will still meet! on Tuesday.
!: day evening. May 21>. to read will want to take advantage Come bring a sandwich, and DRAGLINE WORK 23 MI. S. S. of Starke on

: Na'ionalrool Ivil... 481050.1 Coach Charles Newlon of the fact that the library: enjoy a morning of bridge. Any Hwy. 100 at Florahome
hgi..r at ", No obligation reco-
Nothing to buy! this time.It wel- BULLDOZINGEARTH -
Dr.orcaIl765-5535'oraFREEo.'imatoon' gnized Jeff Batts as the Most will be open during one Interested in playing is USED CARS
: Limit Valuable ,seems' there was a bit of come to com The charge Is 50 MOVING
your own National..1 and on'orthi. FREE one entry per family! Player. Gary Lsino as
i rawing( 'far a woo k in Ih* Bohams.ii the Most Improved Player and misunderstanding aboout an cents, and the club Is sponsored CALL Hanks
Jerry :Mooneyham: was presented item published!! last week about: by the Melrose Woman's Used Cars

=" the "Mr. Hustle Award." the land auction held here recently Club. Big Chitf HeavyConstruction BIO CASH DISCOUNT
: The team The item Implied that all
; 4:2BD. members were TERMSBUY
ii NPB land sold was the property of CUB SCOUTSCub
I Inc.
National Inc.O1IVI awarded "K" letters.
lders. J. Leslie Price, which actuallywas : Scout Pack 109 held itsrell'ular >_ SELL TRADE
.. ;C Gina Massa was awarded the Palatka 325-1476
monthly pack meeting
= Jt! ..I\AII\ n JACNSOMVKkl' *LOHIOA' JJJOfl: "Most Valuable Player" plaquefor not the case. The land sold aT. I, BOX M
-- the girL belonged to four fferent own- Tuesday, May 27 at the Epis-: Hwy. 1M I MUe* S. Stork ,

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<< Ormond Beach visited Mrs.
Daryl Barrows.
FFA'ers In Contests I Edward Bryant and Mr. ,and 'Strandberg Sunday.
VOICE of theSPORTSMAN Area Forestry Mrs. Bill Moody of Mayport Fred Swaarlngen gave a surprise

.... birthday party; for his
\ visited Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryant -
Ii" j jHy I ::. i last weekend.Mr. wife. Vera. Friday night. Mr.
I ''
:- the contest. Arrangements following cont.estschain saw- *= and Mrs. David Reid and and Mrs. Charles T. Edens
MIKE CHITTY |:S Four area FFA chapters participated was host for Atlanta, Ga.,
:'-:: ::-:: in forestry contests for the contests Ing, chain filing hydraulic loading :: sons, and Mrs. Helen Walker of and eon Terry of Sr. and

:-:::: sponsored by the pulp and paper were made by Joseph Cissy of of pulpwood, using a skldder : .Jacksonville, were weekend :Mrs. Fred Swearlngen and family,
::::: companies of this area Container. to move newly cut trees and *= guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Fred's son, Len, helped
I :: land description. ::: Carpenter.Mr. all from Jacksonville,
::3: Friday May 16, on the Bradford Schools represented were
HI Sports Fans having any 'years, when those yearllngsl! 1 ::::: FFA farm on U. S. 301 north of Baldwin Palatka. Suwannee. All students stood a compre- : and ,Mrs. Larry Smith of Vera celebrate.
uck? Quite a few people are have tmte to grow, there's really '::: Starke. and Bradford. Suwannee County hensive examination as part of ::: Deerfleld Beach Mrs. T. A. Well friends, that wraps up

these days. Nearly every day, gonna be some sport in there. ;::|i: Companies sponsoring the FFA members placed first with the contest. ::::. Sweat of Quitman Ga., Mr. and this week's news. Things are
Is telling: me about' !Slims Flsh.N-Stuff (Key- ;:- Volumas of Thomas- picking up ,a little now that
someone ;::::: new contests were Container' 18 points Palatka was second Mrs. Jack:
pile of fish. Accord- tone), reported: the best week A chicken dinner was served : sister Jacquline Is :here. I'm afraid that
atching a i: :::E:: Corp. of America, Owens-Hlln- with 14. Baldwin wa.$ third with vllle, Ga., and summer
ins to Roy Griffin of Griffin's ,that they've had In a long time. :%:::: ols Rayonler and Hudson Pulp 10 points, and Bradford trailed the FFA members and their ::: Volumas of Pittsburgh, Pa., Leecn slipped up and didn't: geta

Lodge, the Bream should be Scads of big Bass wre broughti ::::: and Paper Co. with 8.Students. judges and Instructors on the '.': 'were all weekend guests of Mr. poem written this week sgaln.
good this week as well i and all but one was caught Bradford FFA farm.
biting :$:: The Bradford High Chapter participated In the. and Mrs. Dick Hilliard.
as those Bass In Santa Fe. I ; on a purple DeLong worm. Ed, Mr. ,and Mrs. Carl Thomas

was down at Orange Lake last 'Dednoznory and Larry Barn-'; .and daughter of Delray Beach

week, and they have really !'hill caught 9 Bass ranging visited her parents, Mr. and

,been slaying 'em down there. : from 5 to 9 3-4 pounds at[ t'lkL, Mrs. James Robbins .a few days

The Bass are biting In the '''Levy's. Prairie total weight! of I last week. The RobbIns' son.

grass, and the Bream are biting the fish was 65 pounds.:) Ronald' L Billy Weber, will graduate from

(and bedding) in the lily pads Acosta caught a 10 1.4 pound Andrew Jackson High School In

and grass. Many Bass are being' black Bass in Lake Brooklyn. Jacksonville, June 12. "Congra-

caught after dark on dark M. H. Ingram caught a 9 1-4 tulations Billy I 1" Mrs. Robbins

(black) plugs. such as Jitter.' pound Bass In Lake HUbbard'l told us that she talked to Mrs.E. .

bug or Hula Popper. and other:' .John Wally Henry ,' B. Watkins who has movedto

noisy plugs In Orange. pound I oz. Bass in Spring North Augusta, Ga., and is
My father James, Uncle Alfred -' Lake. Jack Griff's of Starke.! happily settled there.

Hudson, and Buddy Ellis! of caught a 10 pound 5 oz. Bass on': Rev. and Mrs. Al Vaught and

Gainesville went down to the a Shiner. R. D. Acjsta caught'' daughters of St. Petersburg

:Oklawaha River and caught 12 a 11 pound 2 oz. Bas in Lake'' visited Mrs. Jo Strandberg Fri Investing in enterpriseswhere

Bass despite having to fight Brooklyn. W. D. Austin 'brought day afternoon. significant changes

(high winds. Late Wednesday in a 10 pound 10 oz. Bass he1 X. M Smith and Terri of appear to be

'evening, they caught 2 Bass In ,caught in Lake Geneva, and D. Starke, and Techla McGriff of setting new trends

Lochloosa. James and Buddy L. Brown had a 10 -pounder.. Jacksonville spent the weekend -

caught 2 Bass Thursday. Griffin's Lodge reported a with their mother Mrs. H. Objective:CapitalAppreciation

Friday, James. Buddy and I good week for fishing, esreclal- i T.Smith. PossibilitiesFor
went back to the Oklawaha Riv- Iv for Bass and Shellcracksrs. ,
er and had a field day with the Mr. and Mrs. Ed Taylor caught Danny Norman Bradford FFA practices using a filing Bradford FFA member Steve Rosier ta using a hydraulic Last weekend Barton, pete, and, Joyce Mae Prospectus: Contact

yearling Bass. We caught 33 In 150 Shellcrackers Friday and chain. Looking on (11are: Dale Rye Container Corp of loader to stack pulpwood In a pallet for hauling. It takes fingertip and George Fri
of Starke, pent ---
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all. but 10 of them were Just Saturday morning. Sunday, Roy America; Dave Stephenson, Owens-Illinois, and Larry Thorn- control and a practiced touch to use the loade'r. day night in Panama City, with I ri WISTAMEIICA ,1
i stcurwiej' 'in
little small to As guided Dick <
;a too keep. Sodowskl and they ion. They
Evelyn and Jim Brummet. MUTUAL FUNDS

most we hate true to Bass keep fishermen those small feel, caught weighing 9 6 pounds.Bass the Roy largest guided :::: ::::s&&mwffffi&:::::::::::::::::: :::::::::;::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::;::: :::::.:::.:.:.:.:.:;:.:.:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::;:::;:;:::;:::::::::;::::::::::::.:; :::::::;:::::;:::::;:::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .also went to Pensaeola Tournament.to This the 1 INFORMATION CENTER I

ones unless they are woundedand : Butch Johnson Tuesday through home and settle down. I regret day with us and went with us to noon with us cooling off. Becky State past weekend Bowling:! Ralph and Pat I 'nibs MALL

we don't think they'll live. Thursday, and they caught 30 IiIIANiEAthLake to inform you that grand Roy and Betty Griffin to a fish Meek of Keystone was also visiting Fillmon and children of Tampa I 1793,nv.Ht,Gull fI..da 1,1.' 0Jactii 32207I -

I tell you. I hardly knew the Bass one 9-poundr, one 7- mother Copeland'S sister Mrs. fry Saturday night. Arcund 100 us.Preacher. ,spent the weekend with the Bar- I

beautiful old Oklawaha. With pounder. and the rest from 2'4 Elma McLecrt: passed >away people enjoyed fried fish cheese and Marian Winters tons and enjoyed! some fishing. I Gentlemen:Please! mail ma a
all that work they've done it's to 3'i' pounds Friday.! Roy guided and friend Delta Trend Fund Prospectus
( Santa Fe) last Friday. However! she had grits, and slaw. Roy had to and daughter Ginny Robert and:! Novice:! Ward of a
really a mess down there. But Ed Taylor and they caught to catch all of dawn enjoying the wateron I without obligation.
By: Michael H. Chltty lived to the ripe old age of 87. fish a long time were Starke were Saturday night
when finish! and things 14 SMellcrackers!
they (and 4 Bass.
and I'm sure she's better off those fish. Sunday, my aunt Sunday.Mr. guests of the Bartons.: I -U
have time to settle down fish Roy and Phone 475-1612 supper
Gordon Hill caught 28 where slie: is now. At least I'm Clara Sullivan of Wllllston:! spent and Mrs. Kimbrough are Paul, Lee, and Greg Strand- I name I
ing will be better again. One large hellcrackers and 2 basson ---S -,4rrrrrrnflsflAthough back, my sscretary; Is back, and the day with us ''and Aunt ;hack home after visiting relatives berg of Jacksonville, and Mrs.
thing they have helped already Saturday. spendinglast to Teenle Uncle Roy and Joan In Mississippi for three I ddrtu I
I enjoyed ; maybe things will get back Virginia Davenport: of Atlanta
Is the Bass fishing.!: There's sure That's all the fishing news week with my grandparents\ normal s3on.Saturday Cren-sliaw, Russ and:! Jean Pierceof weeks. Ga., were Saturday: guests of I cllJ'"t..o'"p. II
some "Bassy" looking territory for this week, so( until next week Hubert: and Palma Chitty in Buddy and Merle Gainesville and Peggy Her-. Miss Barbara: Barrows of -Mrs. Jo Strandbsrg, Sam, Dot L..:____

down there now. In a fewMELROSE goodbye and good luck I Starke, it was nice to get back Ellis came down to spend the sey of Theresa spent the after- Jacksonville, spent, the weekend -
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the brass poles from the top CARL BEGGS
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floor to the bottom. -
Gulf Service
Junior Girl Scouts will end .j ;,'ND

their school year with a cookout ( f ;<\ USED PARTS
By Joyce RowePreceding
and picnic at the Junior ., 'iI Top Prln for Wrecked' Car"*
___nflflflflrfl flrrrrS. Woman's Club Park. ," __" 24 Hour Wrecker Sen-ice

(Jl'mm Page) The annual covered dish sup- Fuel Oil -
with"pamphlets and per for the Brownies and Junior
The troop then went to the Girl Scouts and their families New Innersprings PUMPSNEW ).::-D VACUUM eeane! re- Hwy.- Vied SOI N.Cars Waldo-

No. I Fire Station on Main will be held Thursday June n, CLASSIFIED AD RATES I and Box SpringsDrop :: t rclfod: $15 up. 10 different' George E. LaRue : I88-1M8!

street for a complete tour of the at 6:30: in the Episcopal Parish AND USED : i? brands!: to choose from. INSURANCE AGENCY
I iFire Station. House. This will be the Fly-Up Up to 15 words ____'- 1.25 Us A Card or Call SALES-I'ARTS-SERVICE 'I P.rts & excellent repairs all MUST SACRIFICE E. LaUra -

I The girls were most impressed ceremony for the Brownies anda (Minimum charge) PALATKIEA 5-9166 Deep & Shallow Wells makes.. Watson's House of Auto Fire HomeownersLIFE St. 2 bedrooms, concrete

by n demonstration showing Court of Awards for the Junior Z I' MRS. PEGGY SMALLER Water Softeners & Filters Vacuums 712 N, Main: Gainesville & ACCIDENT block. Low down payment, balance
ch word over 15 .01
Scouts. ? 'I 209 E. Adklna St.
.how the firemen come down Expert Service On I 376-7110. tfchsr Keystone Heights 473-4692 $50 per month.
Extra charge If not Furniture Repaired All Makes ,,. BILL POWELL Broker
paid In advance ___, .35 Upholstered & Refinished DID YOU KNOW i fa easy to L I|I 9646464I
Plumbing Service .1'\11., i Lorgcnamp Home?
FLORIDA THEATRE Phone 964-7061 BI?M I"M, nullt (or F' ,r'Ia liv- MEN WANTED Men cottage I ADDING% ROLLS.
Memorials, Resolution Starke, Agent I parents over 21. Starting
DURRANCE PUMPAND ii) i Volt plan: or ours : age |I File Folders, complete line of.
HASTINGS MATTRESS pay $295 month, promotion opportunities -
3:00 1:00 7' cents word I SUPPLY Vuui, lot ur ours. Contact Bu- I I I flee supplies. -The Telegraph
Showtime--Weekdays 7:00 Sunday : Saturday : per & UPHOLSTERY WORKS CO. I' and regular Increases .
I fOld Mitchell phn: CetI Phone 964.6301.FURNITURE
710 Lemon St. PaUUU In pay. 8 hour day 5 I
68J'O.\:! Box 238. tarke
FRI.. SAT. JUNE 6, 7 CARDS OF THANKS I II I I I t1.-'" day week, sick leave, vacations. i I Refinishing up-
INSURANCE I state retirement. If Interested j bolstering, cabinet: work. an-
Double Feature ProgramTHREE BO word IBM. S.CO
please apply In person Personnel I t'.ques! restored to their orlgt.
Each word over 50 __ .01 workers Kitchen aids, laborers -.I, AUTO. FIRE. BOAT Manager, Sunland Training. Center -I nal beauty. Call C. E. Jackson
cottage parents, watch-' DOYLE E. CONNER JIMMY MOORE'S Gainesville Fla. 1313 :Madison! St. Starke. Phone
\ ; PLUS man, cooks and clerks, ground- INSURANCE AGENCY 'I
AGAINST THEWILDERNESS An equEl opportunity employer. i 9645370. tfchg
It't ) OFFICIAL keeper, truck driver. Five tehlr SUN SPORTS i
day week, eight hour day.
.... HI' 1 Ctate retirement, vacation, FILING CABINETS. Typewriter I
Open Dally 8 A.M. 5:30 P. M MOORE BOAT !'OROt'R Acreages large and small
: Stands.. Desks. Chairs ED WAINWRIGHT
WALTDISNEY2heJcjJjNe GLENN FORDu I IS sick leave. If Interested, please I II
Except Saturday 8-12 Noon apply in person Personnel Safes. Bradford County MONEY AGENCYFor Trailer LoisHomes. !

;_1TLC4 HILL'S GARAGEKeystone Manager Sunland Training -. Tclevraph. Stark* Ph. r. -l.5191 All Your BusinessesS. !

'*' : Center. Gainesville Fla. Insurance NeedsSpecializing
IB 1961 Wilt Osy' PodoctioIuI rECHM/CDLllII' Telephone 473-4465 An equal opportunity employer. .- ; BAIRD Truck load discount: prices in E
:: \ fn rrSUN. \ Hurter Flshl.'g Boats by Ca. ,
\ .Jum'lff : Mobile Homes :Mobile Home Insurance
FOR RENT: TV sets. baby chg ccl Craft 12 14' :I89fl0. up. .
't; ;; ", : ;. ..., .. a beds dcc. guitars, amplifiers, FOR SALE: Slightly used Kim- 1 NEW and USED Ph. Starke 964-6818 Realtor! Appraisal SeT'iceKe'slone

refrigerators: day or week. DAHMIIR'S Hts. 473-4S16
ball console piano with bench. ; 8.1012''ide WANTED: Used WringerWasher. -
9647923. tf-chg I
., MON., TUES.-JUNE 8-9,10 $400 under floor price. Shown 1 Good Quality !i FAYE'S FABRICS.. H.ray 301. Will pay cash or take In

SEWING MACHINE Cleaned, by appointment only. Call 964- Reisonably: Priced ',,1'j ml. north: of Wald Open trade on anything. DAHMEH'S. FOR SALE House on 2 lots.

It's time to speak ol unspoken things, oiled and adjusted in your 6820. TF I (Gainesville FrI., Sat. nights till 9. Sundays 9647923. tf-cha 41! :, blocks from shopping;: area.
379278.5Serviced 210 N. Cherry St. 964-7271 tfch:
ELIZABETH TAYLOR home, 300. Vacuum cleaner repairs 127. Weekdays. 9-6. TFehg
also. All work guaranteed. SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic t I Guaranteed and LEGAL FORMS. Bradford -
'ic MIAFARROW Dennis E. Cogglns Phone 431 Letters & Numbers for interior Delivered In Starke Area FOR RENT 4 bedroom brick County Telegraph. Ph. IF WE DON'T HAVE IT

"SECRET CEREMONY" 1428. tfchg I and exterior use. All sizes. co- NO EXTRA COST 1 home central: heat and air I I !l64- 305. we'll ret It for you. Office

I .' lors. Bradford County Telegraph condition: conveniently located. Supplies. Furrlture. Equip-
ROBERT" M" t'S 441 N. 4502 NW 13thGalrcvllle .. ILL BUY Used Appliances. mert. Bradford County
j MITCHUrvT] U unfurnl3"e:). 323 N. Walnut St. : -
: 373-2785! Furniture, TV's, Stereos, anything
.. at call
'IN Tf CHNICOLOn Ir.qulre premises or Chet.1.,
r-;:;;;;:;:. -,.. Brown FOR SALE 2 bedroom house, Starke 964-7753 or 9646491. of value. DAHMER'3.FOR FOR SALE 1959
; i I nice neighborhood elec. range I Irefrlir. I tfchg tan: Fleetside Pickup. 1498 E.
and gas heater. Phone SEWING MACHINES I SALE Sawdust and Bessent Road. Ph. 964-5859 or

1 .tir 984-5801. 4tp 6-5 Largest selections! from which FOR SALE New potatoes for shavings' delivered. LJntrirg 9647369. tfchg

tj choose. Pfaff. Nerchi. Nelco. baking boiling, frying or freezing H nry, Rt. 5 Box 44. phone 752-
FOR RENT 4 room furnished ': New Home & Universal. All sizes. Loyd Bryan 964- 7305. Lake City, Fla. 4tp 6-19 FOR SALE Chicken fertilizer.!

| apartment Private entrance. REPAIR ALL MAKES. lime and dolemite. Clean out
VolkswagenNew 6880. 2tp 6-5
DriveInSHOW with ,
301 LOSE. WEIGHT safely We de.
224 W. Lafayette St. tf and spreading service.
National Sewing !' Dax-A-Die1 Tablets. Only 98c at 964-6816.
& Used FOR SALE 50 pieces 5 v liver. W A. Prevatt.
FOR RENT Small furnished i crimped galvanized steel 12 ft. MITCHELl. DRUG.BEAUTIFJL 4tp 6-12
Sales Service Mach Co.
house suitable for individual or ne I
long. Used L. A. Wynn, Hamp- ,1: : GOLD Jewelry.
TIME: IS SUNDOWN 1 MI. North of Tire Mall couple. Desirable location. M. 611 W. University Avr. 378-1355 I tsn. phone 468-1528. 2tp 6.5 i 1 exquisite silver, rare books
A, Payne. Call 964-6560 after 6
ADMISSION: Adults 75c, Students 60c GAINESVILLEFOR Gainesville I I
chairs, mirrors antiques
p.m. tfchg j FOR SALE Cypress pales Diesel Power
Children Under 12 Free I to 8" diameter, 16 ft. 4"1" odd: rug., hundreds beautiful

WANTED Waitress and Cook. No.: 900 Retirement Special Stacked just off Hwy. 100-A in pieces. Graduation gifts. Ph.
FRI., SAT. JUNE 6,7 Apply In person B & G Restau Freme burgalow! 5 rooms. I Starke. Can for buildinghur 533-2381, Rt. 1 Box 361, Kings-
Double Feature ProgramTTTi SALE Concrete blockhouse rant. use I. UP Plant OperatorFirst
tfchg bath. ;orch Manly palrt-fd. t'ng or fishing lodges. Con ley LakE. .
3 bedroom 1 bath
; central -
1 Nice fencej lot. Just 8000.
heat it." alr-condltionlng.; Cor- COLONIAL FLORIST for sale. : tact W. :M. Taylor. Phone i904> I I HOUSE FOR Sale or rent. 2 BR. !

WAYNE ner lot. Phone 964-5367. tfchg Stock and supplies. Everythingbut No. 803 Cattle Ranch. 80 acres 4576601. Perry. Fla. 2tp5 LR DR. Kithen. 1 bath 2 t Class Diesel Power

building. Contact Dot Bag- close In, Rustic home Modern I WANTED NURSES R. N. and screen porches. 418 N, Water: St. Plant OperatorS'anted..

KATHARINE ROSS"HELLfJGHTERS well at florist. tfchi'WANTED kitchen -pecans and fruit. I L. P. N. Call Starke Nursing Call 964-7118. Up
STARLING I $35: 500. Terms. Permanent Employment.
Couple work Home, 964-6220. Stehg 6-12 truck .
to 1968 cam.per.
@ Strout Realty Salary $8.500 Per Year
FARM SUPPLY farm. Living quarters furnished. Reg. Broker I FOR SALE: 1965 Impala SS. new. Priced to sell. Also
Pnor.e 475-1532 I Fringe Benefits: Pension
3tchg small pull camper. Ph. 964-7289.1
2117 N. Temple Ave. PS, PB, AC 4-speed. Can be
A UNIVERSAL' PICTURE' "' 'TECHNICOLOR' "' PANAVI9ION" days: 964-7159 nights.!!!, tfchg 1 Plan Sick Leave Vaca-
225 E. Andrews To Settle An Estate I Stark. F1a.I | seen after 5 p.m. dally. Mimosa I ,

PLUS ..- Phone 964-6067 20 Acres of good land. house I Ph. 961- 609I Mancr Trailer Park, Rt. 1, Hwy. CLEAN DECORATED finished tion, Group Hospitalization -
and barn in need of repairs I I 230-A.: Itp I waterfront cottage: apartment.Rent Insurance, and Utility -

Lower Prices some young timber. See me for we She Drove !1D I price and particulars. A. J. CAMPERSALES I ARTHRITIS RHEUMATISM Kingsley Lake I Credit.
Vaccinate Now For : i sufferers, try Alpha:: Tablets. Re- Ph. 5332381.
Men To The ; Thomas Realtor. Tel. 964-5701 Rt. Box 361. Itp
"I.Iq6l "I Horses Sleeping Sick- lief lasts for hours.:! : Only $2.49. 1. Apply:

Wrong Side .S / '.;. ness Cattle Blackleg TRACTOR WORK. Cutting and MITCHELL DRUG. Itp FOR SALE Shell beans, corn. 1 of Wauchula

bedding. $4.50 hour. Call Eddie and butter beans. John City
O// The Law! Drenches & Vaccines MAKE RESERVATIONS r.sw peas I
B Jackson 964.5831 or 9646004.3tch I 2020!) Waldo Road for fall term at Mama Priest's Crews. Lawtey phone 782-3822. Wauchula. Fla.
1WIlls1Lzni[ ; : ? 6-19 Gainesville! 378-0691 Nursery School. Call 964-7254. Itp !

SCHOOL TEACHERS: Want to Authorized Dealer'Starcraft"
I 4tchg 6-26 !
EXTRA LABOR WANTED. Call BIC PENS. Ball Point Re George Burns
Lake .
rent at Kingsley an unfurnished "Dreamer" ,
SUN., MON.. TUES.. WEIX JUNE 8, 9, 10, ItOlr Ralston Purlra Co. 9646069. I fills. Bradford County Tetoer -
3 4 bedroom, 2-bath
or "Wheel Camrer"Travel FOR SALE 3 bedroom concrete
4tp 6-26 Telephne: No. 773-3131
; ,
..1 From It. Mo.4how Cnag.m.n1,C...ry Tick! Mold' r Qu.rnt..tf A ....1II'ICIAL house. Wiling to lease on year Trailers Truck I I block hoius. Kitchen, living -
rowuui pacts. SKOAL: SCHEBUUO paFomuwca ly basis. Must occupy by July FOR SALE Smith Corona I Campers Fod! Downs rcom. bath, family room 'I Ij !I SALE 2 1 ton trucks

15. Please contact Leonard Reg. portable: electric adding ma- I SALES It SERVICE II cmpletelY furnished.: : Call 934I:I'I with dual wheel*. 1 3'4 ton 1965 VW for sale Good buy.

M. *A MASTERPIECE" "AN AWESOMELY ABSORBING FILMI"! later Jr., 200 N. Monroe St.. chine. Practically new, $75. j 7419. Itp ], truck. Phone 964-7288. Itchg Good condition. Phone 533-2121.
-a, osywi. ,..rorna2Oi -, Clinton Mlea. 39056 4tchg 6-5 I Gordon Allen. 964-7889. Itcrur
I I BUY SELL. TRADE: Used I I WILL KEEP children in my !I II I i HELP WANTED Need at 2tchg 6-5

C"ry-F06 Pi'eii: NEED a home or apartment in FOR YOUR World: Book: needs Furniture Apl'arces;: '! Toys, I 1 home hourly: daily or weekly. cnce 1 waitress. days. One short

THE DIVO DE LAIRE: )TIIS .--* f>tmrl. .m D-IJO"! ii.. country or town. W. H. Noll- pUase call Randy Jones, ency- Tools. Wlmberly's Trading I Mrs. Bryan. 314 N Church St. | order cook. Must be neat and FOR SALE Farmall tractor

C.* man can help you. tfchg cUpedla representative at 964- I Post. 7434 Blardln! : Blvd., I Itp: dependable. Phone 7823747. DI- good tires, spring lift with discs,
sickle cultivator bedd-
M VB MB B M M t maner. :
"RIRIE 5502. 4t 6-26 Jacksonville.! tfchg I xie TruoH Stop. Lamtey. Itp
HELP WANTED Male, no I FOR RENT Clean 2 bedroom ers planters, turn plow distri

experience necessary. Apply Am CONDITIONER 12.000 BIC PENS. Bill Point Re. furnished small house *60 per i I I'I I FOR RENT' Furnished large butors. Contact Percy Sullivan.Jr. .

I Thi Mutual Lumber Co., 5 mllea S B.T.U. for sale $45.00. Call 964- I fills. Bradford County. Tele-''I mo. 511 Church St. or phone 2 bedroom apartment 704 tf. .. Road 18 off 100, telephone
_. of Starke on 301. tfchg 6333. after 4:30 p.m. Itp ; Ira ph. 964-7582 Itchg I|I Lake St. Call 964-6907. tfchff 473-4318, after 5 p.m. UpP7

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