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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 12, 1969
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Up For p r b 65-67 Taxes Due Included. .

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n M' ,M- No further legal action Is written Monday June 9, by In BillA
HouseHonors planned by Container Corp. of Container Attorney Edward McCarthy -
I America in the 1965-66-67 tim- Jr.
pin ber cases, according to a letter The letter to Attorney TheronA. state-wide uniformpay
Yawn who successfully re- j bill which will raise
I presented Bradford County In the: salaries of all county
the timber suits appealed all
Tax Roll officials!' except one, will go
the way to the Florida Supreme :
into effect July 1 unless ve-
I Court asked that a statement f
Rep. Gene Shaw Bradford for all three years taxes plus 1 toed by Governor Claude

representative. has been nominated Interest be made up and sent ]Kirk.[

among four legisators to i M r'wt Up $2Million to McCarthy.Thus The bill, adopted by Senate- f
be voted on as the most. effecI I t the four-year battle over House conference committee I
tive member of the 1969 Housein i L timberland assessments seemsto during the final week of the
WV be drawing to a close for at
eight
debate. Legislature, sets up population
i least those three years. A 1968 brackets and calls for
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case is still pending however. the same pay for the same jobs
The voting by legislators on Word reached Judge Yawn brackets.
In each of these ,
their fellow members is In the Gets First Fire TruckThis Bradford County's 1969 tax Wednesday, June 4, that the Bradford County falls in the
13th Florida Tlme.s-Union 'and County :roll Is 46115000. up $2,040.600 state Supreme Court had ruledIn sixth population bracket --- j.

.Jacksonville Jcurnal Poll Bal- from, 1968, according to Tax favor of Bradford County, as 7,500 to 15000. Top pay for
lots were to be returned to the Army cargo trucK with a rector Frank Williams: Prevatt The new detartment It far from Assessor1 Gene Long had the First District Court of officials would be : sheriffs
T-U by June 10 and results lank mounted It was Commenting that it was real Appeals and the Eighth Judi- $11,000
tax
1,000 gallon on Green, County Commissioner! Ralph being fully equipped, however. Green clerks, assessors ;
will probably be known in the hard work to get this muchof cial Circuit Court. commissioners $4,000 elect-
presented to the newly organized: Bryan and Buck Norman and Joe staled. The main need is for ;
next few days. now an Increase In >a county of .. If you will have the tax ion supervisor, $5,000' school
Bradford County Fire Department by Bakkcn. one of 17 volunteers money to purchase an alert system this size Long attributed 'the collector make up a statementfor boards, $2,750; school super-
By an earlier ballot membersof the Florida Forest Service. County Chief Green said the new department ladders axes!!, hose lielmcnts, fire Increase to new construction lathe the taxes for all three years intendents $14,000.
the Legislature seected those: Ranger J. C. Prevatt. second from to serve the area Immediately coats, etc. county and cited the chicken and send them to me, we will Money\ for these raises will

members who they thought excelled left, presents keys to (the truck to Fire surrounding the City of Starke and A letter asking for volunteers and farmers as ones who have proceed to pay the taxes owed have to be supplied by the

in five areas. Chief Harry Green.Parllclp3t1ng the entire county in conjunction with for donations from (hose whose homesthe been Quite active. based( John on the A.affirmance II. ) Murphree'sEighth Judge counties. Clerk Charles Dar-
that he doesn'tknow
Based on last year's millag by commented
: in the ceremony at Lawtey, Broo.rer, and Hampton units new department!' will provide protection ( Judicial Circuit)decree will
"I am prcud that I made the the two million Increase will if the present funds
the motor vehicle inspection station will attempt to be ready to answer is mailed In those cases," McCarthywrote
run-off ballet for Most Effec- being by Chief bring in $35,663 with the county be adequate to finance the sal-
tive In Debate. Particularly so Saturday morning were (I l-r) CD Di calls by July 1. Green.' getting $13,552 and the school Yawn. aries and that they won't know
---- The Container attorney that 1970 until the commiss-
'because all of the others nominated board $22.112, "which Is not about
have served at least a drop In the bucket for either Tax Collector J. R. Kelly pre- ioners begin work on the budget

10 years, with Mr. Turlngton Bill Affects one of them" Long commented. (Continued on Page Four) which Is to be drawn up in
having 20 years of service" Nepotism Total. taxable real estate U August.

Shaw said. valued at $33.318,250 for 1969 The bill provides for a 20'o

and total tangible personal property Doyle ConnerTo limit on any county
Other nominees for most ef- at $10.499,350. officials pay Increase and
fective in debate are Rep. Ralph, Using the 1968 asseements for allows local legislative delegations -
Turlington, D-Gair.esville; Donald railroads and telegraphs (the to set salaries for their
H. Reed Jr., R-Boca. Raton; 3 County EmployeesIf assessor has not yet receivedthe Address school board members so long
Carey Matthews yaaml Beach '69 assessments) these two as they do not exceed the
items ''are valued at 2297400. amounts spelled out in the bill.
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Long pointed! out that. the BHS Grads The bill also calls for eliminating -
The: Bradford:! legislature will a nepotism bill now sitting However Rep. Gene Shaw all fees 1970.A .
ford legislator said could con- Jurisdiction or control, any Indl- county and the school board by
immediate -
with the '
be competing on the Governor's desk becomes told The Telegraph Tuesday vene In January. vldtiM who is a rPlatJve. only levy on 95 percent of the county Judges' pay plan was
past speaker of the House law, all close relatives presently that he Is going to suggest that Shaw said "you'd better be- Relative Is defined as father assessments leaving five per adopted in a separate bill with
and chairman of the Appropriations employed by public officials those affected maintain the sta- Commissioner of Agriculture salaries varying from county to
lieve" he's going to try to get mother, daughter, son, brother cent for error or .adjustments.
Committee Reed Is the will be required by law to leave tus quo until the 1970 session of the '70 Legislature to replacethe sister uncle, aunt, first cousin In 1952, when Long took office, Doyle Conner will give. the com- county based on the workload
leader of the Hsuse Republicans their Jobs as of January. the Legislature which the Brad- "grandfather clause" which, nephew niece, husband wife the county's" tax roll was $4,452- mencement address at Bradford of the judges. Judges are not
and Matthews Is majority lead. subect to the 2O"r T limitation
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.IUl j 'f ,p "' wm sa.,. !!t!'!!"\" '!!f& would allow those presently fatherinlaw, mother-in-law, 492. The biggest :Increase came High School's graduation at 8 and will their
er. ..''" .>".4 : '!'i' ''. "T.r'I .. .'' employed to stay on the Job. sonInlaw, daughter-ln- law in 1965 when the 100 per cent pm. Friday', June 13. total raises begin on July receiving 1 1.
1' .:. Nepotism means according to brother-in-law. slsterlnlaw.. assessment' went into effect. Two hundred seniors will
Nominees in the four other F"> 'ICJ: .... ''' ''1 'v,. I"l"" ,;: 'I". ::1. the dictionary, "patronage bestowed stepfather, stepmother, stepson In 1964, the tax roll was $12_ march up to receive their tic- Theron Bradford A. Yawn County will receivea Judge

catagorl2s of the T-U and Jour- q :, > .'" : ', or favoritism shown on stepdaughter stepbroher, step- 492330. In 1965. it Jumped to kets to the future in the stadium flat $13,500, with no fees.
nal poll are: t ,. 'J. .L"J-: ; J the basis of family relationship sister, half-brother half sister. 39696350. weather permitting. If the Judge Yawn who also sits on the
f. ". ": .... -1 as in business and politics." Rep. Shaw said he favors a weather is not agreeable, graduation bench for Juvenile Court Mid
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Most valuable member cf the 1, "; :' In Bradford County, the new nepotism statute but prefers the! will be held In the audi-. Small Claims Court is presently -
1969 House of Representatives:;> I i f d I nepotism law would affect Chief present statue to the bill which CommissionTo torlum. receiving $9,000 plus $50a
the top award: Richard A. Pet- ..-.t>( -""" --. -"- '" w-- ..'":,,, k "M1, '. Deputy Dolph Reddish, Mrs. J. the legislature Just passed. He Meet In addition to Conner's address month as junveile judge and
MondayFirst
tlgrew D-Miaml; Ralph Turl- _, ,., '" R. Kelly wife of the tax) collector believes the new bill Is too short speeches will be fees from Small Claims Court
ington, D-Galn.esviUs; Murray \ r '.. ; \,- and Mrs. Charles Darby, broad and attempts to legislatein : given by Bradford County Su- bringing his total present sal-
Dubbin, D-Mlaml, and- Fred :' wife of the clerk of the circuit too detailed a fashion. is a series of mid-month perintendent Tom Casey and by ary to between $10,500 and SI 1-
Schultz D-Jacksonville. the n ,rF4 court He said that If the grandfather meeting after working hours by BHS Principal Ralph Diggs. 000 depending on the fees.
House speaker i 4,4 f City Councilman Nell Tucker clause had been left In the new the Bradford County Commission The welcoming adress will be Herds the way the bill would
told The Telegraph that to his bill and If It had been restrictedto is set for 8 p.m next Mon- given by Evelyn Slnclaln, 1969 affect the rest of Bradford
Most outstanding first term knowledge no close relatives of the immediate family (hus day, June 16, In the courthouse. valedictorian and Bruce Had- County officials The clerk,
member: Kenneth H. Mackay councilman are employed by band.a wife son, daughter), he The meetings will be held at dock, the salutatorian, will bid tax assessor tax collector and
Jr., D-Ocala; Z. Ed BlackburnJr. the city. Darby said that while would be In favor of it. night to allow persons to attend farewell. sheriff presently receive $9
., D-Tampa; Lewis B. Whit- in the past some close relativesof He thinks the new bill would who work during the day and Music will be provided by the 000. Beginning July 1, they
worth Jr., D-MUmi: ; J. Cf. ,Melvin county commissioners were cause hardship for those who cannot attend the regular day- BHS band, which will play a would go; up ZVl to $10,800 and
D-Fort Walton Beach. employed by the county, he have worked for a number of time first of the month meet special selection, and by the next year they would go to
Most effective:: member in does not believe there are any years. ings. Harbingers, who will sing the $11,000.The .

committee: Marshall S. Harris. f, i vjK employed now. And he said he Is going to At the suggestion of Commis school song. clerk also presently receives -
D- fami; Talbct DAlemberte, tm fe > The new law would exempt suggest that the status quo be stoners Ralph Bryan and Buck The class,of 1969 )is the largest about $400 a year in
D-Miami: Jeff D. Gautler D- school boards so Mrs Thorrm maintained until the 1970 Legls- Norman, the Board decided to in the county's history. In 1968 fees from such items as the
M.aml; ; Ralph Turlington D- Casey, wife of the school superintendent lauie to "protect the employees try the night mid-month meet- there were 166 graduates In documentary stamp tax. Beginning -
Gainesville.Secendsesslan. who Is employed as Ings for several months to see 1967 175 graduates and in 1966 in 1970 he will no
his secretary, would not be affected (Continued on Page Pour) how they work out. 181 graduates. longer receive these fees.


of Hcuoe!his: pegs who ,has shown member In the the greatest opinion of the >>' ; f Under, state, the officers present members nepotismlaw of -4 1 ,,! ._ '- '-i I_ HP? plus sently County$25 receive a Commissioners month$1,800 for expenses.a pre-year,

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development:: of maturity: Joel ': : state boards, county officers Beginning in July, they will
K. Gustafson, R-Ft. Lauderdale: ; 4 members of county boards or go up 200<5 to $2,160.lth
Donald G. Nich-ls, D-Jackson- commissions, city officials or annual 20"i, Increases, It will
ville; Miley balers D- Tallahassee ;> \ "'.',. t-! ,. .. their appointees may employone be four years or 1973. before
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and John Rbert:: Middle- r .Y [': ( .''! J ".1 close relative "related wIth- Fri they hit the top 4000.

mas, D-Panama City I.' '. .:," ; 1? in the fourth degree"* 1 The monthly expense provision -
Il.(" :i. Li : "" Under the new bill a public 4p..q was not repealed so by 1973
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,,,."' ? official may not appoint em- they would receive 4300.
'-""",,l.:;,. ;: !!,,,,.,,:.> .. ",,,::-- ploy, promote for appointment, advance employ-or advocate The supervisor of elcUons

presently receives 1800. As
RememberTo Snakes Alive! ment promotion, or advance- of July that salary will go up to
ment, In or to a pso position in $2.160 and with annual 20:: increases
RegisterFor the agency In which he Is serv- will hit the top-

Mark Moody displays two five-foot timber rattlers killed ing or over which he exercises $5,000, In 1974.

Wednesday morning/ his farm the old Stafford Crews Place, The school borad presently
+ receives 1800. Since they are
SummerPlayground eight miles west of Starke SR-100. c -
on 20"i limit
Santa Fe Tower not subject to the ,
The snake with the most vivid colors has Just shed hU
they will go to $2,750, according -
skin. The snake was! traced down when Moody found the skin Gets 3.6 Inches First Four Mystery Merchants Identified to Rep. Gene Shaw .

ActivitiesOn still wet and !surmised the snake was still nearby lie was under During Week The school superintendent

a pile of rotton lumber. The!' second rattler was found by a bull- The first four merchants feat- MISS LILLIAN STUMP: Man- where he was with the Western presently receives $15,845 or
June 16 dozer operator clearing brush about 50 feet from Moody' Bradford County received an ured in The Telegraph's Mystery ager and co-owner of Stump's Auto Supply Co. for ten years $1.845 above the $14,000 set
Harden. average of 1,73 inches of rain Merchant contast proved to be Department Store, establishedby after graduating from Florida by the Legislature for counties
Starke Last year Moody killed a rattler on his back porch while during the week ending 8 a.m. "easy pickings" for shoppersof her father F. F. Stump, in State University lie Is now own- this size. since the school
Recreation Monday. Santa Fe fire tower Bradford County with some 1911. making it the oldest mer- and of the Western superintendent must be the
er manager
making repairs to his house.!' September Is the big month for highest paid school official
DepartmentThin was the wettest spot to report earlyblrds recognizing their silhouettes cantile store now operating In Auto Store on W. Call Street in
the rattlers but they are obviously beginning more now.Moody within the school system if the
minutes!
wlh a 3.60 inches for the week within a few Starke. Miss Stump served over- Starke.
says. The timber rattier like these shown Is the> most out. system is to maintain its ac-
New River tower reported only after the paper was seas as an Army Nurse during
vicious rattle snake', he says. .70. and Louis Hill (Highland). Four more merchants are, World Wnr II and Is now activein STANLEY MATHIS: A nativeof credlation of by the Southern Schoolsand Association -
.90. featured In this week's Issue Red Cross and Cancer Soc Moultrie Ga.. he now resides Secondary
l Space Contributed Colleges, this salary will
with of the greatest in Gainesville and was active in
along some
iety
Four woods fires were reported programs.
not change and will be "frozen"at
Weekly to Publicize Road Hears Completion during* the week ending Monday values to be found anywhere. A. C. WILLIAMS: A graduate establishing the Shoe Rack in its present level.
Community Events by with 7.4 acres burned. Shoppers are reminded! to vilst of the Florida School of Watchmakers Starke In 1961. Due to growth Other counties In the population
Since January 1 there have each store and register for the came to Starke 18 of business this popular shoe bracket with Bradfordare
The Community been 67 fires with 336 acres grand prize of $150 in gift cer- years ago and established Williams !- store moved from Its first location Suwannee, Madison Tay-
The hydrocarbons: road aerr heavy sml-traller gas trucks tificates that will be awardedat Jewelry on Call Street.He to larger quarters in an attractively -
burned as compared with 122 low Charlotte lardee I Sum-
State Bank the multi-million dollar
fag Florida Hydrocarbons .101I serving fires and 916.4 acres burned the! close: ; of the eight-week has 24 years' experience In decorated building\ at ter, DeSoto Washington, Her-
plant near Brooker la about gas plant. The road begins at during the same period hut contest, in addition to the $5, $3. watchmaking and was employed the corner of Call and Walnut nando. Holmes, Levy, GulfJef-
Accounts: now !Insuredup 95 per cent complete accordingto : \ SR-100 in Lake Butler and runs and $2 gift certificates given at the Gruen factory for Streets. ferson. Citrus Hendry and
to $15,000 by Bradford County'Commission.er past the gus plant through Bro- year.Weather
outlook for period( away by each week's Mystery three years. A veteran of World Hamilton
Federal Depoelt Incur Zedra Hamilton. oker and on to the bridge at starting Wednesday: temperatures Merchants. War II, he is a member of the Now try your luck at Identify The other populations brack-
ance Corp. A joint Bradford project, the road Is paved to Only "dressing up" details remain two Inches of rain during the last week are pictured above CARL MINX: Came to StarkeIn featured on the inside pages of
primary specifications to nerve Hamilton said. latter part of the week. (from left): 1962 from Jacksonville this week's Telegraph. (Continued on Page Four)





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Of Interest 'Ftj:; e Scene of Tea Scene of Party Fetes Graduates ;!

r For Miss PiercyMrs. For rTS4vti 1
BrideselectMisses
If' i iI it : Methodist members of the ,

BUS graduating class were honored i
'.. WOMEN Donna Lou Patray and at a buffet dinner partyat ;
,'c '..411. II. M. Hatcher Jr. and Betty Jo Warren brides-elect, the CharlesSawyerhomefol- .
.. Mrs. V. J. Spengler entertainedat were :honored oat >a :party last lowing morning services In the

--w-J Gladys ,,'Mooty Phone a tea Sunday at the home of Thursday evening given by Mrs. First Methodist Church Hostesses ,
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the former on E. Call Street Charles Darby. Mrs. Eldon Hardy on this occasion were

I honoring Miss Susan Piercy and Mrs. Randal F. Chittyat members of the WSCSandWesleyan -
UDC Members of Sanford, fiancee of Jeff the home of the latter on Guild.

t Warren. Searing Street. r The buffet table In the dining
Have Annual The hostesses greeted guestsat The honorees and their mothers room was centered with an arrangement

Lake the door and presented them were presented !with, corsages of yellow snapdra-
Picnic at to honoree and Mrs. J. D. *
the ,upon their arrival at the 5 gons flanked by miniature grad-
Warren. party.)' Greeting the guests at uate dolls]] Tables were set
Members of W. T. Weeks Arrangements of day lilies, the 14
the door with the hostesses were up on the lawn for grad-
Chapter, UDC, held their annual hydrangea, shasta daisies and the honored: girls and their mothers uates attending. The serving
covered dish luncheon white gladioli were used in the
the patio and
Mrs. Don Patiay Wednesday of last week at the party rooms. The tea table in J. D. Warren. 1'' lawn, held arrangements of pansies -
summer home of Mrs. W. B. the dining room was covered and mums. One table
p < Mundy on Kingsley Lake with an imported white cutwork Serving coffee at one end of centered with a stuffed
N xre the table in was
party the family
The buffet luncheon was ser- cloth and centered with an arrangement the traditional
owl wearing
ved from a long dining table ScogginsPatrickMr. of red roses,flankedby room at 'pointed times were "mortar board" cap, and hold-
covered with a white linen cloth two three-branch silver can- Mrs. W. A. Hogan >and Mrs. L.

and centered with an arrange- and Mrs. C, R. Scog- delabra with green tapers. O. Hazen. Serving Coca-Colas, at Martha Jo Deas Ing Each a diploma.graduate was presentedwith
ment of yellow day lilies. Mrs. gins announce the engagementof Presiding at the punch bowl the oppaslt3: end of the table a religious book as a mem-
A Munday was assisted in servingby their daughter, Linda Sue at Intervals were Mrs. Emma were Mrs. V. J. Spenger and Wins AwardsIn ento of the occasion.

Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs.C. to Robert M. Patrick, son of Badman, Mrs. R. V. Turner, Mrs. Ben Moxlsy. Centering 'the Also attending was Ernest
.', ..1 E. Johns and Mrs. Gladys Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Patrickof Mrs. J. C. Dukes and Mrs. table was a ]large arrangementof Lake City Patz, senior high Sunday School

.,.' 4I Canova. Lawtey. S. -G. Denmark Assisting in American Beauty red roses. Jo Deas teacher, and Mrs. Patz; Rev.
Martha grand-
Following lunch, Mrs. L. G. Wedding plans will] be announced serving were Mrs. Carl Roberts Silver trajs;; and compotes held and Mrs. DeWItt Farabee; and
of Mr. and Mrs. E.W.
I ",. T" _. Powell president, conductedthe later.Party Mrs. L. F. Dinkins,Mrs. ''IIn assortment of sandwichesand daughter Bill Kelly, youth couselor.The .
of Starke graduated recently
Hayes, ,
business meeting, when annual Charles Darby, Mrs. F. W. cakes. 16 Methodist graduatesare
'y1 reports were given. Mrs. Given Strickland, Mrs. John Warren, Others assisting in servig from Columbia High Bill Adams, Bill Brown,
... ",;.,.r Mundy and Mrs. C. A. Knight Mrs. Don Rardon, and Misses /were Misses Robin Warren, School in Lake City as Saluta- Reggie: Flynn, Mary Ann Grau-
class. She also
torian of her
elected to the For Mrs.Novak Gayle Hatcher and Debbie
were delegates
Teressa and Marsha Erewer, received other honors, Includ- don, Bruce Haddock, Billy Hug-
r. state convention to be held in Spengler. Jayne Hardy and Sharon: Rowe. ing the DAR Good Citizenship gins, Sandra Hugging, Sheila
October in Fort Lauderdale.Mrs. Mrs. Pete Novak who with The honoree was presentedwith
Arrangements of ,seasonal flo- McConnell, Mike Mitchell,Judy
1 Award, Florida Regents Schol-
F' J. W. Kincaid and Mrs.W. her family: is moving to Moul- a silver tray and corsage wers were used in the party arship Award, Hall of Fame McConnell, Evelyn Sinclair,
II. Nollman electedas from her hostesses as a
were
trie Ga. on June 16, was honored rooms. (3.9 grade average or over), Tim Thompson,John Torode J r.
alternates.Mrs. memento of the occasion.
at a surplse dinner party The honorees were given the Student Council Good Citizen Jack TrawickJr., Doyle Crews,

Lester Crews committee, chairmanof last Friday night at the Starke Mrs. Hart HostessTo gravy ladle to their chosen Award, National Merit Letterof Jr., and Debt Davenport.
the
nominating ,
Nursing Home where she is
silver pattern as a memento of Commendation, English A-
Patricia Ann Wynn Weds Mr. MosleyIn announced remains that the the same slate for of officers the- employed.The DKG Chapter the occasion.) ward Journalism Award, and THE BRADFORD

staff presented!! Mrs.: Novak Approximately 80 guests call was listed in "Who's Who in COUNTY
TELEGRAPHPublished
Grace Baptist Church CeremonyMiss ensuing year.In Mrs. W. II. Hart entertained "
with a silver charm for her ed between the "appointed hours American High Schools.
,charm bracelet and) also a ma- the executive committee of every Thursday
the school
Of 7:30: -and 9 During past year
Patricia Ann Wynn dau- of the bridal attendants. Glenn conclusion the members medi- tched set cl milk glass candlestick ,: Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta Kap- p.m. she was Secretary of the Sen at 138 W. Call Street
for moment of
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Ossle Yarbrough, cousin of the bride, paused tation in a of Jefferson holders. and milk glass pa Gamma Society with a din- ior Class Vice President of Starke, Florida 32091

Wynn of Starke, and Jimmie was ring bearer. Davis president memory of the Con- campctc as a remembrance of ner at the Garden Restaurant LamalieHuffMrs. Beta Club, a member of the
,
Charles ]Mot'ey.,. son of Mr. The bride, given in marriageby the occasion. Tuesday school yearbook, and a mem- Second class postage] paid
and Mrs. C. B. Mosley of MId- her father, wore a white federacy. The dining table was centered Janet, G Dewey announces ber of the tennis team. at Starke Florida.
dleburg, were united in mar- satin A line gown with lace with an arrangement of blue the engagement and approaching Martha Jo plans to enter Florida -
riage on May 24 at 8 p.m. bodice and long lace sleeves Shower Given Surprise Party hydrangeas. marriage of her Southern College as a Subscription Rates:
in Grace Baptist Church, that tapered at the wrists. The For Miss WarrenMiss Following the dinner a. plan- daughter Shawn Celester La- freshman for the fall]] term. In trade area: $3.00 per
Starke. Rev. Virgil Lovett per- lace panel in back fell into a For Mrs. PostonMrs. ning session was held for act- mane to Thomas Gregory' Huff, Her parents are Mr.and Mrs. year; $2.75 six months.

formed the ceremony. chapel train. Her veil of illusion ivities of the fall season. son of Mr. and Mrs O. A. John I If. Deas Jr., of Lake Outside trade area: W.50
Centering the altar was an was secured to a crownof Betty Jo Warren,bride- Ed Poston was the ho- Members attending the dinner City, and formerly of Starke. per year; $3.00 nix months
arch decorated with gladioliand iridescents and pearls. She elect of July 3, was honored ata nored guest at a surprise birthday meeting were Mrs.Evelyn Dew, Huff of Jacksonville and Mel-

carnations and balanced by carried a while Bible topped bridal shower and swim party party Sunday 'afternoon.:: Mrs. Joan Smith, Mrs. Joyce rose.
pedestal baskets holding gladioli with white carnations and lav- Saturday afternoon given by Given by her daughters Mrs. Weldon and Miss Karlie Tyler, When You Use An AnrTrvwB,, Charge
and lavendar and white ender orchid. Her only ornament Miss Doris Spengler and Mrs.W. Richard Diehl and Mrs Frank all of Macclenny; Miss Kath- The wedding /will take place Account

carnations against background was a birthstone blue ring, II. Graham, at the Graham Moore ,cl Palitka, at the Poston ryne Epperson, Mrs. Martha Saturday June 21; at 8 p.m. in Your t-
Riherd and Mrs. Lonlta Mc- Eliam Baptist Church Melrose.A Prescription Tax Record.-:'
of and branched can- a gift of the groom.A cottage on Kingsley Lake. home on Raifcrd Read.
greenery reception was held in the The refreshment table on tl.e B3sid:3 the hostesses and Gill, Lake Butler; Mrs. Mona reception will follow in the are Kept For You .- By Us

delabra. church annex where guests were dining porch was covered with their husbands out of town Canova, Mrs. Tommie Nolin, church's Junior build.nj.: : Andrews
Miss Lavonne Collins,organ- greeted at the door by Mrs. C, a white linen cloth and centered Mrs. Helen Johns, Miss Della DrugsFor
guests Incuried
ist, and Bernie Collins, solo- W. Buff. Decorating the room with an arrangement of shasta Mr. and Mrs. A. Rosenberg and Mrs. Hart of All friends and relatives of S
H. Howard Mrs!! Catherine Fast DeUve Dial 964-7170 C PVC
ist, provided nupital music. were baskets of white and lav- daisies, flanked by bride dolls.In Starke. the couple are invited.
Larry Mosley served his bro- Chester and Mrs. Rcbert Crews,
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were Mike Yarbrough, Steve with a white linen cloth and the guests kept as favors. Bill Hitch of Tampa, and their

Wynn, and James Norman. centered with a three tiered The hostesses presented the families I
Miss Martha Mosley, sister of wedding cake. This was bal- honoree with a laundry basket I

the groom, attended as maid of anced by single tapers in silver filled with accessories as a St. Mark's Picnic I I
honor. Bridesmaids were Miss holders. Mrs. James Normanand memento of the occasion. Day --I
Darlene Yarbrough, and Miss Mrs. Cliff Griffis cut thebride's Held at KingsleyThe Every DAD has HIS 1

Elaine Yarbrough, cousins of cake. Presiding at the quet.
the bride, and Miss Annette punch table were Mrs. Ben- The bride is a 1964 graduateof second annual church "j/ 6 1
Wynn, sister of the bride, was ton Futch, Mrs. Carl Stencil Bradford High School and is school picnic of St. Mark's I e
junior bridesmaid. They were and Mrs. Joe Faulk. Miss employed at Andrews Drug. Episcopal Church was held at 1 1It's
attired alike in long gowns of Barbara Lalne kept the bride's the Kingsley' Lake home of Mr.
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i QU / naw Mr. acd Mrs. Hoist C Beall -AND :DON'Y f FORGET REPAIR AND 'FAKE. '

Jr. of Macon. G>a. announce the TO fIX THE SCREENS- THE R001'.. 1t-E. G A FZ TO r
birth of a son on May 30.( Maternal CLEAN THE.ATTIC 3, EAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and -- s f YES DEAR IALwiN !
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Proctor Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansbyand grandparents! are Air.
and daughters, Jayne andJune, celebrated their 23rd wedding Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hall Mrs J. 11.. Gentry' of Starke YES DEAR ,
attended the graduation of their anniversary last Saturday witha of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. and paternal grandparents are: 00Ir HYaET-IJs'
other daughter Janet, from the family gathering at home. Mickey Dansby of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Beall Sr. 'a n -
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University; of Georgia last Fri- Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Mc- attended the Dansby-Willis of Macon Ga. a N wETFIEM T=I)C Jf
day night. Miss Hardy recei- Allley and family of Colum- wedding in Perry Sunday Bradford County Hospital 4E LIGL4TS-CLEAN
ved a Bachelor of Science In bus, Miss. will be weekend afternoon.Rev. announces the following tolrths: THE. WINDOWS-
Education degree with a majorin guests of Mrs. Carrie Ward. and Mrs. Denton Sum- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard DeWlttSturgls. lll REPAIR THE !
early childhood education and Mrs. Kenneth Proctor and rall are attending the Southern Troy I,
Starke ia son,
child development. On Satur- daughter, Lisa, visited her parents Baptist Convention In New
June 6.
Lee.
day night they were dinner Mr. and Mrs. Bill No- Orleans this week.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. bles, in Green Cove Springs Friends of Rev. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. David Eugene I\ ,, .,
.Jackson, Starke, a daughter, "L .
Ivey Sr. In Tucker, Ga. and last week. John Brabham and family of -- -
Sunday they visited Six Flags STG/2 Tom Moore of Norfolk Davie, former Starke residents, Kelley Rakes June 6.
Over Georgia. Va. will be home for the will be interested to know that Mr. ,and Mrs. Clyde Lamar
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cooper weekend. Mr. Brabham has been assignedto Green,, Raiford a son, Stacey
of Mobile, Ala. and Mrs. Lanier, June 6.
Mrs. Arthur Pease and sons Hendricks Memorial United
Nora Price and Mrs. Kate Fru- of Lebanon, Tenn. are guests Methodist Church in Jackson- Mr and Mrs. Curtis Edward I COME ON
in of Robertsdale, Ala. were this week of Mr. and Mrs. ville. Sullivan, Hampton, ''a daughter OUT!
last weeks guests of Mrs. Fred Bennett. Mrs. Bennett, Cheryl Godwin of Avon Parkis (Melissa Kay, June 4. j
Vergie Flynn. Mrs. Pease, and Mrs., J. C. visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Charles
Mrs. Keith Reeves and sons Simmons visited relatives in Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godwin, Norman lJaw ey.a son, Timothy !I The
of Winter Park are visitingher Titusville Tuesday night and this week. Wayne, June 4. Bargains Are Great
parents, Mr. and Mrs.N.L. Wednesday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Worleyand :Mr. land Mrs. Charles Hall J
Woo 'bum this week. Flora Simmons and daughter, Christie, of Ti- Starke, ,a daughter. June 6.
Mrs. Lola Johnson and Mr. daughters of Valdosta, Ga.were tusville were Sunday visitorsof
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Mark |
ThirdAnniversary % .
Our
and daughter Mrs., Barbara Henry, Godwin attended and the weekend guests of Mrs. Hazel Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crow- Moody, Lake, Butler, ,a daughter : During *
Pitch.
son. June lI (). (
Johnson family reunion at Cross Harold Tyus of North Caro- '
Creek on Sunday. lina State College. Ralei h.N r BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTIC '
Sgt. Denton DeVoe and Sgt. Is home for ten da>-s. CLINIC Will be closed from Sale! -
Bob Williamson of Fort Ben- Miss Louise Stern underwent June 13th to 18th inclusive. SENIOR :
blng, Ga. spent the weekend with surgery last Friday In Alachua
Mr. and Mrs. Smith DeVoe. General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. FredHogue.Sr. CITIZENSAs
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Savage Mr. and Mrs.WlllardE.Wynn attended the graduation of their _
who were enroute from their and daughter, Sheila, visited granddaughter, Nancy Hogue.in
winter home in Lake Walesto Sgt. and Mrs. Willard W. Wynnin Jacksonville Sunday. Mr.for and ten usual, the Senior Citizen Everybody At Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds Would Like To Say "Thank You For
their summer home in Columbus, Ga. recently. Mrs. Hogue left Monday Salute
Springfield, Mass., were last Mr. and Mrs. James Cash days visit with Mr. and Mrs. meeting to the Flag was and opened song with"Americathe I Doing Business With Us." To Show Our Appreciation Just Look Over These
Friday overnight guests of Mr. Robert Millbank Jr. in Cen-
and children of Orlando will "
and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell.Mr. spend Father's Day weekend tral City; Long Island, N. Y. Beautiful. received and I treat; Buys .
and Mrs. Merrill Ed- with Mrs. Cash's parents, Sen. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hogue Jr. A letter was
wards have as guests, Mrs.H. and Mrs. Charley Johns. and family of Jacksonville are read to our members: from Sen. I
G. Merow of Tampa the Mrs. Barney McRae and Mrs. spending ten days in the senior Spessard Holland. pledging
first of the week, and Mr. Al Harley and children of Mer- Hogue home on Bedford Lake. sympathetic consideration for I Nova 2-Dr-4 Cylinder
S-763 (payment of patient
BUI
and Mrs. Jerome Edwards and rlt Island spent Wednesday to Little Katherine Kopelousosof
family of Naples from Tuesdayto Monday at Gulf Breeze. Birmingham, Ala. is spend- out-of-ho.spltal drugs under Med I
Sunday. ing several weeks with her icare) when it Is reported to the
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gentry Local admittances to Brad- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Senate for action.
spent several days in Macon, ford County Hospital this week R. Wainwright and Mr. and It was decided that the club 5 Passenger CoupeWITH
Ga. last week with their son- Include: Coatsie B. Griffls. Mrs. George Kopelousos. will meet the 4th Tuesday of
in-law and daughter, Mr. and baby Michael Prevatt, Lawtey; Richard Wainwright attend- each month during the summer
Mrs. Hoist C. Beall Jr. and Mrs. Pearl Brantley, Camp ing the summer sessionatrSU. July., August and Sept. Our
family. Blanding; Mrs. Vercie Dyal, Mrs. Hildabelle Bence of Library Committee will function r,
Chuck Crawford of Lake City; Mrs, Vera NesSmith and Mrs. Jacksonville has moved to her during the summer months. .r
visited his grandmother, Mrs. Mabel Forsyth, Lake Butler; cottage on Kingsley Lake for Senior Citizens Mr. and Mrs. ALL STANDARD /
Betty Crawford, from Fridayto William E. Buffington, WilliamL. the summer. Carl T, McManus will celebrate
Tuesday while his parents Reynolds. Keystone Heights! : ; Gary McRae, son of Mrs. their Golden Wedding Anniversary
were in Orlando. Joseph M. Weeks, Grandin; Iris McRae, has been dis- on June 18. Preparationswere EQUIPMENT ---
Mrs. Loyree LaMer will Mrs. Annie Mae Thomas, Mel- charged after three years in made to have a special
attend the Furniture Marketin rose; Hoyt Herndon, Waldo; service, the past two years: on party at our next meeting. "
from June 15 Mrs. Elizabeth Brooker Lake In Vietnam. .,. '
Chicago, Ill., duty Helen and Carl will supply rev
to 21. Geneva; Mrs. Nettle Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray and freEhments. It was voted unanImously odI.AI: 4.
Mr. and Mrs. George McDaniel Macclenny; and David A.Jones, family of Knoxville, Tenn. are to present them with a
of Tallahassee spent the Judy Whitehead, Mrs. Rosa Mae visiting Mrs. Ray's mother,
scroll and Gold Card
framed
weekend with Mr. and Mrs.Ben Green, John II. Forsyth, Mrs. Mrs. J. S. Sapp this week. FULL
memberships in honor of this
Rowland. Mae Green, Howard Crews, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snell and
Mrs. T. G. Hitch and child- !Mrs. Helen Ilersey, Ben children of Waycross, Ga.were wonderful event. Al Nichols. NEW
ren spent the weekend at Day- McDougald, Richard L. LeeJr., recent weekend guests of Mrs. whose hobby 1s wood working PARTS
tona Beach. George E. Sanders, Mrs. Jes- Randal Chitty. will make the frame. Open DEPT.
sie Griffis and Henry E. Griffls. House will also 'tie observed at BASE ., HOURS
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Miss Anne Lambert Orange the Presbyterian Church n...use,
Eric Cowart of Atlanta, Ga. Park was Sunday visitor of on Sunday. June 22 from 3 to 5 Open Till
is a guest this week of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Greene. p,m. All senior citizens and 7:30: P.M.
Betty Register and daughter, Mrs. Don Koretz of Albany, friends are cordially Invited to PRICE Tues. & Thurs.
Sandra. N. Y. is spending three weeks attend. Congratulations and
Mrs. Loyree LaNier and Mrs. with her mother, !Mrs. Arlen many more years of happinessto Closed Saturday
Don Champion returned May 30' McKnlght. Miss Paula McLaurin Carl and Helen.
from a 13-day Caribbean cruise. of Ocala will be their week- Our next meeting will be held' $

Joyce Allen, of Starke, attended end guest. June 10 at the Recreation Center PLUS FREIGHT 93.75
the graduation of Rob Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wiggins at 1 p,m. We hope you will I 9 9
AlkCharley ert Lex Johns, in Macclenny, visited C. D. Williams in St.Luke's all attend and we will have a 5 TOURQUE DRIVE TRANSMISSION 68.65

June 6. Hospital on Sunday. good time.Joe Kerrigan 7-35x14 WHITEWALLS 31.75

Dr. and Mrs. James E. Mos-
Mrs. E. K. PUSHBUTTON RADIO 61.10
Perryman spent
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ley, daughter, Patti, son,
the first of the week with Mr. NEW CORPORATION
and Mrs. Comer Perryman In Ray, of Knoxville, Tenn.11.are CHARTERED HERE $2,249.85
JotsAbout JA visiting Dr. and Mrs. H.
Jacksonville.Mrs. Adams and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Secretary of State Tom Adam
John Rock of Coral Ga-
this week. has' announced the charteringof
Moseley
bles and Mrs. Claude Prevattof Mrs. Curtis Marlowe and the following corporation: 1965 FORD LTD - - -

This Question: days Islamorada last week spent with Mr.several and Mrs. Paul Mulchings returnedlast Bradford Development Co., 332 THIRD ANNIVERSARY .1 t Door Hard-Top V.R. Automatic Trans. -
weeks tour W. Madison St. Author-
week from three Starke.
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Mrs. Wllard! Wynn. Factory Air Condi. Power Steering PowerBrakes'
"A large or unusual person. of Europe and the Scandanavlon ized stock, 5.000 shares commonat
al liability less can cost Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Woods countries. $1 par value; dealing in real USED CAR SALE Radio and Heater White Sidcwall l Tires

$1,000,000 can wipe out have moved from 418 N. Wa- YN/2 and Mrs. Donald W. estate. Incorporators: Tracy 1295
savings, disrupt businessor ter Street to 1103 Pratt. Thornton and daughter left last Baxter, Linda L. Hatfield, Mar-
professional careers, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Akridge Friday for the Pensacola Naval jorie C. Phillips all of Jackson. 1966 CHEVROLET IMPALA -
force liquidation of in\esU and Mr. and Mrs. Billyhodge Air Station for 15 months fur- ville. 1967 IMPALA 4 DOOR SEDAN -
ther duty. 2 Door Ilard-Top Air Condt. Power Steering
ments jeopardize family of Starke and Chris McCordof
V-8 Factory Air Condi. Power Steering -
security. Does an Executive Nashville, Tenn. spent the Automatic Trans. :t27 Cu. In..8 Radio and
weekend at the all alaout Heater White Sidewal'fires] < Power Brakes Radii nn I He'-ter White tiidewall : -
or Professional I'clicy' Wynn cottageon Mr. and Mrs.Broward Strick- $1
595
from Charley E. Johns Silver Lake. land and Mrs. Myrtle Dendy of Tires White With Burpandy Interior

Agency supply $I,000.000or Mrs. :Marguerite Corn of Jacksonville were Sunday visi- 9
more liability protection Lakeland is visiting Miss tors of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. JhBY 1966 CHEVROLET IMPALA - 1795

for pennies a day?" Madge Middleton this week. Strickland.Mr. 2 Door Hard-Top 283 Cu. In. V-8 Power .
Andrea and Scott Buck of and Mrs. E. A. Raney
Steering Radio Automatic Trans. White 1967 CHEVROLET INPALA -
Charley E East Palatka are visiting their and children of Freeman, Va.
grandmother, Mrs. H. M. Rich- are visiting Mrs. Floyd Green NANCY'S FLOWERS Sidewall Tires Heater $1395' 'I 1 Door Sport Sedan 283 Cu. In. V-8 FactoryAir

JOHNS AGENCY arde, for two weeks. this week. They, along with Condt. )Power. Steering Power Brakes -
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier, ROSE WATER
Stereo Tape Player Automatic Trans. .
1963 JEEP STATION WAGON ---
BOLLINGER; CHIROPRACTICCLINIC Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Dittmar FROM ROSES -
131 So. Walnut St.
=" Will be closed from of Jacksonville and Mr. and Rose water is a clear soutlon 1 Wheel )Drive Power Steering Good Tires $1995
Phone 964-5070 :Mrs. Mark Hamilton and families made from fresh rose flowers
June 13th to 18th Inclusive. Will :Make an Excellent Hunting and Fishing
din-
enjoyed afamlly picnic and used In making perfumesand
ner at Camp Blanding on Sun- certain medicines. Car $795 1961 VW BUS - - .

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Thursday :Mass, 6:30: pm.
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with beer--such as beer ST. YULLIAM'S.; Keystone densed back into a liquidandthis $

meat loaf, beer chicken, Heights "liquid Is called "Rose wa 1965 CHEVROLET _

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sausages \Vetnesday. ; ... & Novena, The best medicine in some Instances
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Bill noon and from 1 to 3 p.m. the
group toured Starke Industries Container I Says Officials Due
and: the Vo-Tcch Center. Mrs.;

Hits Employees of Dixon the day ald was one that obvious three result per \Will)) Pay Taxes Pay ;Raises
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and to protect the artnilnlsralon (Continued From Page One)
of the offices" Speaking were: Blake Clarke to 300,000; 100,000 to 200,000;
:di a ,l ( and Larry Puckett of the Vocational pare a slatment showing the 75,000 to 100.000; 50,000, 75, t.le lded Wa e '/'
It would deal
cause a great r"r
Rehabilitation program In taxes due on each parcel in ooo; 30,000 to 50,000; 15,000
of confusion If those affectedleft
the' county school system; J. F. Container's 36,205( acres In to 30,000 and under 7,500. Clay
their Jobs in January and Bloodworth of the Probation and Bradford County and the Inter- County falls In the 15,000 to Jf e.lllei
then the Legislature replaced'the eMinfl
Parole Office; the Rev. Robert est calculations on the taxes 30,000 bracket where the top
grandfather clause, he com Burch, who represented the through June 30, 1969. salaries would be : sheriffs, I
mented. Y .P Starke Ministerial Alliance and As a result of the Supreme assessors, clerks, and collec- Providing the finest in professional nursing care for '
"Perhaps there have been .* explained their hopes of starting Court's decision, Bradford tors, $12,000; commissioners, '
abases of the right to employ a child day care center. County will collect a total of $5,000; supervisors, $6,000; convalescent, geriatric, chronically ill, long-term and
relatives by public officials, butI $97,438 !In 1S65-67 taxes due. school? boards, $3,000 and post-hospital patients. Inquiries and visits invited i
think the abuses have been Miss Katherine Neff, nutrl- Of the newest development superintendents, $15,000 '
minor when compared to the lonlst with the state !health department in the timber tax suit the man Union County Is In the under Certified for Medicare patients. I
great injustices which the new who gave a demonstration who bore the burnt of the four- 7,500 bracket. Top salaries
bill would cause," the Representative ; Mrs. Betty Bennett, year court battle, Tax Asses- would be : sheriffs, assessors,
said. Kathrtlne Kerf, middle) nutritionist with the State Health :supervisor of the Bradford sor Gene Long, slad: clerks and collectors, $10,000 1000 SOUTHWEST SIXTEENTH) AVENUE GAINESVILLE FLORIDA 32601
He added. "It's my belief that Department, conduct a demonstration on nutrition with the County commodities program; "I'm just real happy about it-- commissioners, $3,500; super- TELEPHONE AREA CODE((904))376 246))
we should leave It to the public assistants of Dorothy Berry IU I and Dorothy llankerson (r), both Mrs. Joyce Rlherd[ and Mrs. for the county's sake and the visors, $4,000; school boards,
to decide whether board's sake, I'm just $2,500 and superintendents,
officials have school
aides for the Neighborhood Service' Center. The demonstration Norma Thompson, nurses from
AFFILIATE OF UNITED/ CONVALESCENT HOSPITALS, INC.
acted responsibility or Irresponsibility real happy We do have a case $13,000.
was part of a day-lone merlin held at the Bradford County the Bradford County Health De the '68 statements. "IIV.A>
when :hiring relatives, pending on
partment; Mrs Fran Carew
I believe we're trying to legislate NelrhboThood Servile Center last week. a social worker with the state I just jope they don't come up
"

Shaw In too also detailed spoke a fashion of what:' NSC Staffs Meet To Learn How the welfare need department for a day, who care told center of with The one to timber the for 1969 1968 firms taxes filed before a protest 1 FATHERS'' Y
could SAVE
happen under a strict in- In this county: and MLss Judy received and while they aT
trepretation of the bill. they
new The
To Use Facilities Laramie CUBB psychologist. from the Cir
reorganization! bill just passedby AvailableStaff awaited a ruling
cuit Court trial, Long noted.
the Legislature created
a Invocation was given by the
number of large departments.For members from CUBS munlty and to learn how to use Rev. E. C. Harvey of the First .
example, the Department Economic Agency's seven :nelghboihood and work: with these other programs Baptist Church in Lawtey
of Health and Rehabilitation Service Centers gathered according to Thelnm THE TELEGRAPHPhone DEPARTMENT STORES
will have about 30.000 em at the Bradford County Cen- Dixon, head of the local NSC. Mrs. Dixon termed the day a
ployees. A man could be appointed ter Thursday June 5, for their Between 9:30: a.m. and noon, success and said she particularly Sate Prices Only!
head of this departmentand monthly meeting.: nine persons spoke and explained wanted to thank Superintendent 3-Days
then find that a first cousin Purpose of these monthly their programs and what Tom Casey and Vo-Tech 964-6305
Is employed as a nurse In one meetings is to Inform the NSC they :have to offer the poor pea Director Ted Oglesby for their For Office SuppliesFATHERS .
of the state :ho:plt.als. staffs of the programs and opportunities
ple. Lunch prepared from com- Sielp and hospitality "
That Is why Shaw believes the available In the com modity foods, was served at 3/8" DRILL or '
bill is too broad. ,

The nepotism bill, which orIginated y"
In the Senate, was
SABRE SAW
passed by the House Thursday "
during the Legislature's rush to DAY '- Fury by ':
complete their business before
they adjourned. It was a House
amendment which killed the Your =-
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grandfather clause which would
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9 Half Of County's Teachers Wins Cadet SabreHarry Hatcher EX ET A.


Involved In Summer Program
M. Hatcher HI. son of
Col. and Mrs. It. M. HatcherJr. 'U.
'About hall the county teachers one employed has been employed .. of Starke, graduated Mon 9
will 'be Involved In Bradford in the ,area he or she has day, June 2, from Georgia Military NOW E
County's 20-day summer program been certified.In College Milleclgeville, Ga. t'
the School Board learned, Sen. Herman Talmadge was '.1
board
other action the :
the keynote speaker at commencement BUILDING NEXT TO TOWN FINANCE '
Some teachers will be teaching WINKLER 'I'r.
exercises which cli- .
Requested the superintendent
most will be Involved In
; and his staff t to( draw up maxed three days of activities. :.
in-service the county's'training second:. summer of specifications for insurance Cadet Hatcher graduated LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN
School Board approved>: hiring :needs of ilhe county schools. from the GMC Junior College ,
five from the Universityof The Board will meet at 7 p.m. with the rank of Cadet Captain.
persons As commander of the 90th Battalion's i
teach June 17 to review the specifications -
Florida to the teachers.
and hopes to( be able to( most outstanding! company -
will be
Cost $7,107. ask for bids for school insur- Capt. Hatcher receivedthe .
Teachers will concentrate on highly coveted Sabre Awardat '
Wedding four areas leadership. train- ance. the final graduation parageon ij
Ing, secondary curriculum, lan Opened bids for mainten- Sunday, June 1.He also re-
Tw member of the Senior Citizens Club, Carl and Helen guage arts construction (elementary ance contracts for typewritersand ceived a medal for being the ."
McManus. were honored Tuesday at thefr Golden Wedding An level) and working with adding machines and 'a- superior cadet in Military i
underpriviliged youth. """ i
niversary.Club warded the bid to( The Brad Science. H
President Joe Kerrigan presents the couple with a Courses will also be availableto ford County Telegraph which Capt. Hatcher will attend Percale Bed Sheets No-Iron Sheets
students during the 20-day(
gold card scroll given on behalf of the club members. submitted the low. >bid. North Military College this fall i
which will begin June
program as recipient of ROTC scholarship
a :
19 and end July 18. There will Told the superintendent and |WHITE FLAT SOLIDS, PRINTS I
be high school courses for cre- his staff to review and award AND FITT $1.501 $ 2 ."
dit, language arts courses at .bids for equipment In three AND FLORAL 1 ?j.
level, and the Vo-Tech Center E.;: P.
the elementary areas for the Renner TO '
:MADE SELL FOR $5.89EXTRRA ]
Terwi annual swimming program in timber harvesting radio-TV.
legar Honored
which more than 600 students and automotive mechanics. ByIndependent
!have enrolled. LAItCiE, IBED SPREAD! KING SI
Total cost of the summer Agreed that Casey: his staff
program will "be about $50,000 and a lawyer should draw ,up a Ernest P. Renner, Northeast BATH TOWELS! Made By Cons Mills SHEETSI
Motors .
coming from the EIE (educational resolution: stating the Board'sposition Florida-Georgia Division Ordinary Made To Sell For .
on putting Civil Defense Blue, Yellow
improvement expense)
Special Agent with the Independent I FLAT $300
fund.Noting specifications Into( new Life & Accident Insurance Pink $13.98 TO $22.95 .
that the five Instructors buildings. Frank Williams CD Co., was honored last Velvet Finish WHITE
coming from the University director, was present at the week in St. Petersburg on 'his 1007r ALL COTTON
would be paid $100 a day as meeting and asked for such a. 25th anniversary of employment.Mr. EMBROIDERED:
consultants, Bard Member Rod resolution. Renner began his career 97C FITTED $400
OUR PRICE -
ney Hall commented that it with Independent at St. Peters-
.
.CAR "seems a little excessive" passed- Learned ty the that 1969 under Legislature a law, burg in June, 1944, coming to $398 TO $IJ98ByVhile. _rolors. Prints
US Superintendent Tom Casey them from Life of Virginia, at '
the
replied that this is the going county will be eligible to Suffolk.
rate across the naticn ar.d that receive $160,000 from the School The company designated the

11 some of the Bradford County that Construction this could Fund.be used Casey toward said first week of June as "E. P. HANvYOWELS! BATH MATS BATH MATa
teachers are receiving $75 a dayor Renner Week." He was guestof
building; a new high school.
so as consultants.Hall : ,honor at a luncheon on Fri- Made To Sell For ASSORTED COLORS
and Board Chairman H. Reviewed the 1969-70 kindergarten day at the Coach House at C EACH $1.50 Made To
Sell For
AND A. Lawson said that! in businessthe
plan which will up the which time he received a 25-
company receives the money number of kindergarten units at year Service Pin and a bronze $2.98
Drive earned by the consultant and the Starke Elementary from two to trophy bearing the Inscription: 59C
HomeWINNER consultant receives his regular three and drop the number of "Congratulations 25 Years of: BATH TOWELS Oly $
salary. units at RJE from two to one. Service, E. P. Renner, Special
A "I think we're probably getting Casey said that these were the Agent The Perennial Cham- C EACH White, Pink, Gold *
large enough that we may two major changes in the plan. pion." The presentation ,was A vocada, Green
need a policy (concerning county made by Vice President J. H.
teachers being retained as Ackncwlsdged the receiptof Harrison, of Jacksonville! Ment, Yellow
consultants by other school systems a letter from the Bradford ,
)." Hall said Education '''Association and decided the Mr.Gainesville Renner! was manager of FOR YOU
District from |Work Clothes $2.00 A Suit]
Casey said that at this Ima: to study the two-page 1953 to 1959, at which time he MEN
j there are not very many local letter and discuss its contentsat 'was promoted to Florida-Geor:
teachers being hired as consul its next meeting. gia: Division Special Agent. ALL COLORS AND SIZESWe've

tants."As long as we can keep It .&.
Galaxie 500Tudor
$16951967 replied.under control it's alright," Hall

Automatic Trans. V-8 16,000liIes; School board also took care
of a long lists of requests for
leave and similar items and
also hired several teachers. Casey got
$1095 1966 Falcon noted that all elementary
postions in the cour.ty are now
filled and that there remain
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only about a dozen positions in
the county to be filled before the low-priced '
September. : r, .
$245 Jeep Station Wagon This is much better than nor- <: uyi
mal," Casey commented to The
Telegraph "We've been able to
I Wheel Drive be chocsy !this! year." He attri-
butes this to: the fact that! Florida spread.
his a relatively good salary
$695 3 dLFjor schedule. teachers are coming; from
Arkansas and Mississippi.:: )
Air Conditioner] One Owner Clean The superintendent also told
the Board that this year every-


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'69 Varsity Gridders Could Be Tough Hurse this The summer field house, he added.will be open

. : day from this 7 a.m.summer to 9 with p.m.coacheson every

. from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
duty
Despite a 24-6 drubbing from "General inexperience, more my Alvarez, a halfback,has developed and tackle;Jim Shuford.Tommy Already planning for next If Blackshear Is moved,Erick The 1969 varsity must have a
the 1968 varsity, Coach David than anything else," is what into a fine football player Eiland, Bobby Chesser Ray fall's practice, Hurse says it is Tomlinson will have a clear shot strong passing attack to complement -
Hurse says he Is still not dis- Hurse attributes the defeat by considering that he has never Jordan, and veteran Dennis "possible" that Tim Murpheymay at the post. Letterman Bill the running game, the TYPEWRITERS Manual or
couraged about his budding 1969 the 1968 BUS varsity to. The played football before, the Hall. be moved to split end where Buby, who has played center, coach ompahslzes. "The only Electric. For Ml or rent.
varsity Bradford High grid younger players were also Intimidated coach added. Center Bill Buby was shifted a boy who can catch a football would be standing bv at offensive way this is possible is for the Bradford County TelegVapb.
squad. when officals didn't There wore seven soph- offensive He showed must be posted. About a guard in case he.is need -
to guard.
I still think we can have a show up for the game and there omores who "showed good Improvement quick Improvement at the new dozen players were tried at that at center again. SWEET CORN
BUS and will play a lot post over the spring, but Hurse The line next will
good season, the veteran was hitting after the whistle,. and will be able toplay varsity year
head coach stated flatly. Look- the coach said. of ball next year. They are position Is stllliooking. be more experienced than the
ing back over the entire six Lavern Outlaw,Dale Johns,Tim both.Most crucial positions on the If Murphey Is moved Black- backfield, every member of and Yellow
weeks of spring practice,Hurse Christy Chandler, varsity Murphey, Marty Meng, Gene team are the two linebackersand shear will be moved from center which will be new, Hurse noted. White
is still pleased with the over- linebacker and defensive guard, Harris, Jerry Lee, and Brant two corner backs Tommy to the tight end post Murphy
all progress of his Tornadoes."We was the only "really outstand- Turner. Blackshear, Christy Chandler will vacate. Blackshearis Though Inexperienced, the DAVID WAINWRIGHTSTATE
ing" player on the varsity defense Mike Norman, and Tim Mur- a speedy wide -ranging line- backs showed "considerable
could have the best team Hurse says. "Chandler Three newcomers, boys who phey, Coach Hurse said. Those backer who moves extremelywell improvement" this spring and ROAD 16-2 MI. EAST OF STARKE
since winning the state ClassA easily played the best game oij had never played football before boys improved but due to the new and would fit the tight end "I'm confident they'll do agood
championship In 1966,"Hurse the field," he says, adding, had fine spring practices, 4-4 defense they need more Improvement post Hurse says. job," Hurse says. PHONE 964-7835
says. The new Tornadoes have "Not that the other boys didn'tdo Hurse said, naming Mark MIl- "if we are to have a -
"unlimited potential," the a good Job." ner, Buddy Sapp, and Rudolph good defensive football team." :=a J -
coach says, adding that their Looking over the spring's Perkins. "All three are .
biggest need is for leadership work, Hurse named several counted on heavily for 1969- Danny Jackson and Robert r
from some players."If players who made progress. 70," the coach said. Paterson were two boys who

our boys are willing to Erick Tomlinson is the lead- Several seniors to be also missed much of the spring because -
work hard over the summerit Ing candiate for center now, showed considerable Im rove- of injuries. Jackson had
t tt
is possible for us to be In the coach siys. Mike Macy, ment. Named were BenJi an Infected foot. At 215 pounds
the running for the state champ- tackle and defensive end, has Moxley, defensive back and wide and 6-2 he is tabbed to be a t
ionship," Coach Hurse states. "improved quite a bit." JIm- out; Tom Marks, defensive end starter next season at defensive e
end further
barring com-
plications. Paterson, who was
out with l a strained neck, was t tt
impressive prior to his injury t
and Is expected to see much
W action next season. Wayne Ben-
COOL IDEA FOR SUMMER
nett also missed much of the
spring the speedly little backis
also counted on heavily next ,
Sir year. t
.1: condition Dean Johns failed to see much
action at quarterback in the
varsity-seniors game due to a
severely lacerated tongue. I
Mike Norman now leads in the
signal calling battle, but t
Hurse says the boy who works
the hardest over the summer,
.' particularly learning to pass the
t tt
football, could come out the
;
__Bl'1 starter.

Tommy Lee, Jerrv Cummings -
and Richard Sapp are Newport 2-Door Hardtop
A three other boys with very lit-
tle experience but who with a lot
of hardwork could see a lot of

action. next year, Coach Hurse "' Factory Air Conditioning Power
says.A
rj* ; newcomer, Lynn RegisterJr. Steering Power Brakes Tinted
., 220-pound 6-3 son of former -
BUS football coach Len- t itrtrrrl Glass Radio & Heater White V

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come addition to the BUS squad
... next season, Hurse added.


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AIR CONDITIONING Florida Legislature recently Newport 4-Dr. Sedan
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Added To Your Present changes In the motor vehicle
inspection law. Factory Air Conditioning Power _
17,000 BTU Central Heating For
$25950
Major change is that vehicles Steering Power Brakes Radio ,
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21,000 BTU $29950 year rather than twice a year. & Heater Tinted Glass White"- t
The cost will be $3 rather than "
Sidewall Tires And Other -
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$5FREE $1.75 twl"e per year, a saving
24,000 BTU $32950 of 50c per year. Extras.
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have been Inspected and rejected -
to have the vehicles repair.
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10 days for needed repairs. 1969 Valiant tt
The delinquent fee Is $1.

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: I $2291
.J .mmg' :: inspection certificate provided $2408.05 .
.r.
-.0. J t tt
Adjustable Shelves 'h>" i. r 1".oo they have attached or display
? iWR.... r-t':tOO 1 BI a valid certificate number issued t
'j .__ ::ILU ::1'j'l' by the ICC or the FPSC.
7-Day Meat Keeper :,;ti __ S: II'' ''''1' 'Ir: ,!H'1' ;
:1t.r "
Keeps\leatFresh: 'f: ; 23\I'\ :':":" 'IL }" [;.g OO I Community Action '

ur ...... .., II',I: m.
m'
t
All
Week .. Meeting TonightIn
Long oo: I' .' .. I.. c: ::JJ I...."" --.1. ''l!_
Without Freezing "ft Brooker School
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'".""" Community Action meeting .tt
will be held tonight (Thursday) ta STARKE .t

$ 299 50 M"m::::: @ school in Brooker cafeteria.at 7:30: p.m. in the ,


%Y. r. Is Everyone Invited. in the community '

t CHRYSLER PLYMOUTHAUTHORIZED
@ Purpose of !the meeting is to
elect a Community Action chairman
from that area and to discuss -
Bank Americards Honored with residents the problems t
and needs of the commun t
Sty, according to Mrs. Thelma AUTHORIZED DEALER CHRYSLER
Dixon director of Bradford MOTORS CORPORA ONt
: SLADE GAS County's Neighborhood Service

Center. t
I: t
Also on the agenda is the Phone
9646600Lon
AND APPLIANCES election of a representativefrom U S. 301 North
!the target area populationto
serve on the Bradford County
Board of Directors and the Jordan Don Williams \
332 W. Madison St. Phone 964.7701 CUBS Economic Agency Boardof :


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Sportsmen's, Club fishing Contest JII J Help PayA Timber Suit Costs County Asks


,
Opens Sunday Closes 15The
; August request has been Issued for

the Bradford Board of Public

Instruction to pay Its proportionate -
Keystone Heights SPOrts.men's Under contest rules bass and share of $20.000 in at GAINESVILLE Business Directory

Club fishing derby will pickerel must be taken on rod torney's fees paid by the County

open Sunday, June 15, and run and reel, using live or artificial Commission In fighting the tim

through August 15. Don Morgan bait. Specks and bream may be ber tax suits.

club president, announced to taken by rod and reel or pole Air Conditioning-Heating Farm and Industrial MOBILE HOMES

day. with live or artificial bait. The request Is contained in a Equipment

Contest winners will be announced -, letter from Attorney Theron A. Air Conditioning MUSTANG

All fish entered in the contest at the Sportsmen's Yawn, who has represented!! the Heating By Santa Fe Tractor,

must; be taken by legal methods public gun safety clinic to be County Commission In all five General Electric FORD Mobile Homes, Inc.

from waters within a 12 mile held early in September. timber suits. The Sclwol: Board It Implements
Farm Tractors
radius of Keystone Heights, an told a reporter Tuesday morn- Russ's Sheet Metal Inc. Gainesville's Discount Mobile
USED EQUIPMENT
area WJrr Jr flnnrrsrnnNews Gainesville2520 N E. 18th Ter Home Sales Lot.
encompassing approximately ing it had not received the let- SALES PART SERVICE
50 lakes. ter addressed to Attorney Geor- Tel. 376-8282 NEW :MOON CAPELLA

About ge H. Pierce and did not discuss GARDEN SUPPLIES BRONZEWOOD:.
Official weighing stations for the request.Yawn's AUTO SALES Low Monthly Payments

entries have been set up at Rutledge's. Colored CitizenaflflSflrnrrrssra Mrs. Green Retires Johnson & Fans Inc. 4820 N. W 13th 378-1346
,
Lake Geneva, and Pat letter states that of BRASINGTON

Bradley'a Western Auto Store in ,, Mrs. Boots Green well-known Bradford County school bus the approximately $100,000 due CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE: SEEDS PLANTS MOTORCYCLES

Keystone Heights.To driver. Is retiring after 33 years of service. She Is shown adore In unpaid timber taxes!! approxImately SALES SERVICE Insecticides_ Pet SuppliesFERTILIZERS

enter his catch, contestantmust with the famous old number 33 she has driven for many years. the School 6 per Board cent will and accrueto 40 per Fine Selection of Used Trades Cars YAMAHA BMW

take fish to one of the Mrs. Green and Supt. Tom Casey are shown at a party for Taken On Cadillac !
cent to the county. If the School 13th Ph. 378-5301 We Rent Fertilizer Spreader n _I!
2001 N.W. _
two weighing stations for verification Mrs. Green given by her fellow but drivers at the bus bam Board fails to reply, Yawn Indicated. 224 N.W. 8th. Ph. 37S-M78 v.uv "M a

of weight, length and last week. hs! will ask the Circuit CRANE Sales. Parts Service

girth. He must also fill in a. contest Mrs. Green began driving a school bus as a substitute te Court for the funds. MATERNITY WEAR 615 W. University 378-2811

entry blank available at 19.16.: She has been a regular driver stare 195... LINCOLN :MERCURY _ _

the station. IJ The____ fTnnntv______ rnmrct.n__.uuu__'._._ Authorized Sales & Service MOTHERS-TO-BE: MUSICBALDWIN:
'feels it is grosly unfair, unjust 2201 N. Main Ph 372-4373 A FULL LINE OF
Prizes of merchandise Full Week Of Movies Set
will be
and inequitable: for It to bear Crane Imports Lingerie Dresses Slacks
given for first and second winning .
all the expenses Incurred in the Volvo MO Triumph. Tops Bermudas Bathing Suits
entries of black bass In As Summer Programs BeginRaquel defense of
these suits, paying 606 E. University PIANO &
three ORGANS
categories
: Men over 13 such from that EXPECTANTLYYOURS
expenses portion
years, women over 15, and children Welch and former pro "The Sand Pebbles" winner (40 per cent), accruing to It _ Phone_ _372-4251_ _ CHOICt OF THI ARTISTS'
under 15. I grid star Jim Brown star In of many film citations will INC. ;?
while! at the same time allowingthe Barkley Motors Inc. lpltam MUSJCCO
100 Rifles" Sunday Wednesday play Sunday Wednesday .
First and second prizes wiH] June 15-18 at the Florida June 15 18, at the 301 Drivein 60 pet School cent Board without to collect Its 708 W. University OpP. S.F.J.C

be offered for best speckled Theatre now open ill\ week long for portion of the paying any TOYOTA G'ville Shopping Ctr. 372-5353

perch caught by man or woman the summer. expenses involved Mechanical CONTRACTOR _ _ _
\. and first and second prizes for A double feature at the Flo- In defending these suite." 4 wheel 1 drive I and can

rida and June Sales Parts Service :MOVERS
Friday Saturday
largest
speck caught by a child.A .
13-14, has Marlon Brando and Clean Used Toyotas K.! E. Hyde Ent. Inc.
Rev. and Mrs. D. L. Bright, 1700 N, Main 376-1266 Long Distance Moving
single prize will be awarded Richard Boone co starring as LAKE CITY SPEEDWAYRacing

to the man. woman, of Lawtey, announce the mar- kidnapers In the taut, action- _ _ _ Thompson'* Refrigeration' Storage Packing
child
or riage of their daughter, :Mae Service Crating Shipping
entering the largest bream Beauty Academy
any .species, and to the man of Lois to Isaac Williams, son of packed "The Night of tho Every Saturday Night Heating Air Conditioning Free Estimates canPOWELL'S
Mr. and Mrs. Williams of San- Technicolor. Repairs on White Appliances
In
woman, or child who strings the Following Day" HILL'SVan
ford. Rita Moreno as Brando'swife Industrial Combustion Service
largest pickerel.
The bride is a 1966 graduateof ; Jess Hahn as the bruteof CHAMPIONSHIP RACE Beauty Academy Boiler Room Sales &: Service Service Inc.
Bethune-Cookman College, ,
the gang; and Pamela Franklin 3038 N. Waldo Rd. Gainesville
Daytona Beach and is now em the daughter of a wealthy JUNE 14Sportsman's Learn a Profession In Your Telephone' 372-2162: 3340; & N.E. Waldo Rd. G'1'W.

FLORIDA ployed at Lake Weston Elemen- Frenchman and the victim also Spare Time. Full or Part Time 372-4271

tary School, Orlando. star in the drama. The film 219 N.W. 10th. 378.2766

The brld?groom has served has a "R" rating and Is restricted Feature 50 LAPS :MEN'S WEAR PAINT GLASS

two years in Vietnam and is to persons 16 and over. $300 TO WIN ELECTRIC MOTORSELECTRIC

THEATRE now attending Florida A&M University STAG 'N DRAG LIDDELLPAINT&

Tallahassee.The .
Movie fans can get a changeof GLASS CO.
Griffin Suits
wedding took place in Bomber Feature 35 LAPS
-
pace and a laugh treat In Motor Repair Co.
SilO WTIME- Macedonia Freewill Baptist Arrow Shirts Florshelm Shoe Glass Mirrors Sliding Doors-
the second end of the double bill
WIN
TO
Weekdays 7 ?. :M. Church, Lawtey, at 4 p.m. Sun- when Don Knotts comes to the $150 Of Gainesville, Inc. Formal Rentals Tub Enclosures Shower Doors

Sunday 3 P. :M. day, June 8, with a reception .. Repairing Rewinding Ladles Sportswear' Furniture Tops Windows -

following at the home of the Florida in Universal's comedyIn Time Trials 7:30 First Race 8:30 New and Used 2 STORES-13 W. UNIVERSITY twnlngs.
Saturday 1 P.1.:\ ,
bride's Technicolor "The Shafcisst 2818 N. W. 16th Ph. 372-4418 I and GAINESVILLE:. :MALL I lie N.W. 16th St. 372411
Gun In The West."

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Double Feature Program CARL BEGGS




Clarion Brando Richard Boone ] Top Prices Gulf for ServiceUSED PARTS Wrecked Can


., '- ..', '''--, parents.II II IIENGAGED 24 Hour Wrecker Service

I II I -- Fuel Oil -

I Used Can -

_Followma__DAY_D_ New Innerspringsand PUMPSNEW J3ED' VACUUM cleaners re- George E. LaRue \ Hwy. 301 N. Waldo
RATES Box ccr!. t toed: $15 up. 10 differentr 4BH-1998
-- UNIVERSAL RELEASE CLASSIFIED AD : SpringsDrop AND USED I
.
r:> brands to choose from INSURANCE AGENCYAuto
Us A Card or Call SALESPARTSSERVICEDeep I I MUST SACRIFICE E. Laura -
__ all
:;. PLUS Up to 1ft words __ 1.25 Prts & excellent repairs Fire" Homeowners
PALATKA EA 5-9166/ ,
(Minimum ch&rge) & Shallow Wells I makes. Watson's House of St. 2 bedrooms, concrete .
if
MRS. PEGGY SMALLER Water; Softeners & Filters Vacuums: 712 N. Main, Gaines- LIFE & ACCIDENT I block. Low down payment bal

Each: : word over 1ft __ .07 209 E. Adklns St. Expert Service On ville 376-7110. tfchg Keystone Heights 4734693MEN ance $50 per month.

BILL POWELL, Broker
Extra, charge If not t Furniture Repaired AH Makes
Rev. and DIP YOU KNOW It's easy to.IWI1 964-6464
Mrs.
Ulysses Clarkannounce Upholstered & Refinished
paid In advance ____ .3ft Plumbing Service WANTED Men cottage
Home?
Lors'nnem
the engagement and d i )
MATTRESSES REBUILT Phone 961-7061 parents 21. Start! -a ADDING MACHINE:. ROLLS.
llv- age over
approaching marriage of their Better null!! for F' )r 1a
Memorial Resolution starke Agent $295 month, promotion File Folders complete line office -
opportunities -
,
daughter, Ruth Ann, to Earl DURRANCE PUMP IOYou\! : plant: 01' ours pay I
HASTINGS MATTRESS and regular In- supplies. -The Telegraph
DeSue Jr.. Your lot or ours Contact 131.1fod -
son of Mr. and Mrs. AND SUPPLY CO.
T cents word
4 Earl DeSue of Starke. per & UPHOLSTERY WORKS Mitchell, phone: 64- creases In pay. 8 hour day. 5 Phone 964.6305.FURNITURE .

% 710 Lemon St. Palalka day week, sick leave, vacations
>
The will fIn!>1 r r> Box 23B ?tarke
ceremony be held Refinishing,
upholstering
CARDS OF THANKS If Interested,
state retirement
SUN. TIIRU WED. Friday, June 20, at 3 p.m. In I INSURANCE:. I tf.'>g please apply In person Personnel cabinet work, an-

the Alachua County Courthouse SO word or 1 leea --_- S.CO MEN WANTED Laundry AT REDUCED RATES Manager Sunland Training: Cen- tques: restored to their orlgL

JUNE 15-18 A reception will be hold at the worker Kitchen aids, laborers J AUTO. FIRE BOAT JIMMY MOORE'S ter. Gainesville, Fla. ral beauty. Call C, E. Jackson,
Each word SO __ .07
home of the bride's parents over cottage parents, watchman DOYLE E. CONNER employer. 1313 :Madison St.. Starke. Phone
An equal opportunity
1509 S. E. 12th Ave., at 8 p.m. cooks and clerks, ground- INSURANCE AGENCY:. 964-5370. tfchg
SUN SPORTS
100 RIFLESWITH All friends and relatives are keeper, truck driver. Five tchit

Invited. OFFICIAL day week eight hour day. ED WAINWRHJHT Lake Front Properties
INSPECTION STATION FILING CABINETS.' :. Typewriter MOOKi: BOAT FOR
Ctate retirement vacations and small
AGENCYFor Acreages large
ADULT SCHOOL Open Dally S A.M. 5:30: P, M. sick leave. If !interested please I Stands Desks, Chairs, ,-ot'RIONEY:

The winter session of Adult Except Saturday 8-12 NoonHILL'S apply in person PersonnelManager Safes. Bradford County Stiirke I'll. b6t-A7 All Your Trailer Lots
School ended June 9 and II). Insurance NeedsSpecializing
Telegraph.
RAQUEL WELCHand GARAGE Sunland TrainIng Homes, BusinessesS.
Registration for the six-weeks Fla. Truck loud discount prices \ in

JIM: BROWN summer session will start June Keystone: Heights An Center.equal opportunity Otilnesvllle.: BAIRD I Hunter Fishing Boats by Carol :Mobile\ Home InsurancePh. E. McKay
473-4465
16. All persons interested In at- Telephone
er. 'raft 1 12' II' Starke 961-6818
emPlo"-j Mobile Homes $189.00 up.FAYE'S
tending are asked to register.For .

'1! i:::::=1imr;:: $ ;:'; /":: :I;i 4 : :_Kmf information, call the Vo- FOR beds. elect RENT guitars: TV amplifiers sets baby NEW and lISEDR.1012' I WANTED: Used Realtor Appraisal Service

Tech Center, 964-6150. FOR SALE: Slightly used Kimball '
Kevstone Hts. 473-4816
refrigerators: day, or week. DA- console piano with bench. Wide : FABRICS.!! H.way 301, er. Wilt pay wrlniBr-wash-1

NOTICEThe HMER'S, 964-7923. tf-chz ,,1'j' ml ncrtt of Waldo. Ope.i'Frl. trada on '
: I
Good Quality I I
301 $400( under floor price. Shown } j I :
officers of Dell Chapter '; .. Sat. nights till 9. Sundays 9S4-7923. tf-Chg. FOR SALE 1959 Chev 1,4*
SEWING MACHINE Cleaned, by appointment only. Call 964- Reasonably Priced ,
168 will be installed Saturday I : I 12-7.. Weekdays 9-6. TFchg ton Fleetslde Pickup. 1498 E
oiled and adjusted In 6820. TF LEGAL FORMS.: Brad
June 14. at 3 p.m. In Palatka. your Gainesville 378-2785 I Bessent Road. Ph. 964-5859 or
home, 13.00. Vacuum cleaner repairs II FOR RENT 4 bedroom brick ford County Telegraph Ph.
tfchgI
All officers Serviced, Guaranteed and: 964-7369.
are asked to attend, : SUPER STICK Vinyl Plastic I
DRIVEINSHOW and also. All work guaranteed. I Delivered In Starke Area home, central:: heat and air !ICt-fi3J5.
members are Invited also.CIIL'FOII Letters b Numbers for Interior ,
Dennis E. Cogglns. Phone 431- condition! conveniently located.unfurnie'ei FOR SALE Chicken fertilizer
NEWS and exterior use. All sizes, co- NO EXTRA COST WILL BUY: Used Appliances! I -
j2a. tfchg r : 323 N. Walnut St. dolemite. Clean out
lime and
Bradford County Telegraph US 441 N. 4502 NW 13th Furniture TV's. Stereos, anything i
Pleasant Grove United Methodist : call
at
BEGINSAT i Inquire premises or DAHMER'S.FOR ,'and spreading service.! We de-
tf Gainesville 378-2785) of value. -
7 :00 P. :M.ADMISSION Church Sunday School, 10 i Starke 964-7753 or 9646491. I liver. W. A. Prevatt, 964-6816.

: : a.m. with Supt Leo DeSue In iller BrownVolkswagen COLONIAL FLORIST for sale. tfchgI SALE Sawdust and 4tp 6-12

Adults 75c; Students 60c charge. I Stock and supplies. Everythingbut SEWING MACHINESLargest i WANTED NURSES R. N, andL shavings: delivered. Llnburg! I I

Children Under 12 Free The Methodist Youth Fellowship > building. Contact: Dot Bag (selections from whichto P. N. Call Starke Nursing Henry, Rt. 5 Box 44, phone 752- ,

of Pleasant Grove United!! well at florist( tfchg choose. Pfaff, Necchl:: Nelco Hme. 964-6220. 3tOhg! 1 6-12 7305. Lake City Fla.oitp 6-19
Diesel Power
THURS., FRI., SAT. Methodist Church will observe TRACTOR WORK. Cutting and I New Home, & Universal. LOSE. WEIGHT safely with
MAKE
Youth Hour on June 22, the bedding $4.50 hour. Call Eddie REPAIR ALL MAKES. RESERVATIONS now Dax-A-Dlet Tablets. Only 98c at
JUNE 12, 13, 14 fourth Sunday. The speaker wiU for fall term at Mama Priest'sNursery
II IIJa.ckson DRUG.
964-5831 or 964-6004. MITCHELL
be Ronald Strong of Ebenezer National Sewing | School. Call 964-7254. Plant OperatorFirst
:
Double Feature) Program New & Used iO) 3tchg 6-19 4tchg 6-26
Baptist Church. A special chorus I Mach' Co. i HOUSE FOR Sale or rent. 2 BR
ne
will render music. The Youth Sales Service EXTRA LABOR WANTED. Call I LR. DR. Kitchen. 1 bath, 2

CHEROKEE PRODUCTIONS ft ) nis"SUPPORT are asking for your help to Ralston Purina! Co. 964-6069. 611 W. University Ave. 378-1315 :'o'FOR RENT Attractively furnished de- screen:: porches. 418 N, Water St. Class Diesel Power
2 bedrsom cottage
1 Ml. North of Tire Mall
make this occasion a big suc 4tp 6-26 Gainesville : Call 964-7118. UP Plant Wanted.
Operator
YOUR GAINESVILLEFOR :. svabls: location. W. H. NoUman, :
cess.
FOR YOUR Worldi Book needs Starke. Also unfurnished.!! house. FOR SALE 1968 truck camper Permanent Employment.

; LOCAL SHERIFF- Greater Bethlehem Free Will please call Randy Jones, encyclopedia -I Ns. 900 Retirement Special I tfchg new. Priced to sell. Also Salary $8,500 Per Year
5 rooms,
Baptist Curch: Rev. Jasper representative at 964- Frame bungalow I small pull camper. Ph. 964-7289.
1 COLOR by Oeluie United I bath orca: Newly painted. I PEAS, BUTTERBEANS ready Fringe Benefits: Pension
Arhs1 SALE Concrete blockhouse 6-26 ; nights. tfchg
964-7159
Williams pastGr Monday night 502.: 4t day;
Choir No. 3 rehearsal. Tuesday ; 3 bedroom. 1 bath, central Nice! fenced:! lot. Just $6.090.:> ; June: 17, 8. Call 914-7315. ._------!It I I II Plan, Sick Leave, Vacation -
heat it air-conditioning. Cor- UNCLAIMED: : FREIGHT I FOR SALE 2 1 ton trucks
night Choir No I. Wednesday FOR RENT Paitly furnished
-
No. 803 Cattle Ranch 80 acres Group Hospitalization -
lot. Phone 964-5367. tfchg 7 r sw 1969 ZIG ZAG SEWING with dual wheels. 1 3/4 ton
PLUS ner I
:- night Prayer Meeting. Thursday clcse In. Rustic home Modern 3 bedroom houe. Call 964-3881;; '
: i 964-7288. Itchg l Insurance and Utility -
MACHINES slightly scratchedIn truck. Phone
;
r" night Ladies Circle.! : Friday kltehen -pecans and fruit. -r 570 W. Call St'eet. Itch?
NEED A home or apartment in sh'pment. with full factory I I I Credit.
night, Prayer Band meeting. Need at
$35.SCO. Terms. WANTED
: 'dl1DS1 country or town. W H. Noll- guarantee. Zig-Zags. makes buttonholes ', 20 ACRES for sale 7 rcomhciue. HELP -
Saturday will be
night dinners
I IRei One short
Strout Really 1 waitress, days.
sold from the kitchen. Sunday man can help :you. tfchg fancy designs, sews on: Rt. 2 BJX 68, Starke or once I Apply:
Broker( ccok. Must be neat and
School 9:30.: :Morning Worship, buttons, appliques, monograms, 2117 N. Temple Ave. I "311 nr,4.7315. It order Phone 782-3747. Dixie
1f HELP WANTED Male no etc. $47 or $3 month. dependable. City of Wauchula
f mm\\\ per
JColor 11. Evening Service 6pm.
experience necessary. Apply CONSOLE MODEL STEREO. .tarke, Fla. j I FOR RENT: large furnished Truck Stop. Lawtey. Itp

by De lmeSUN. .u....,_........... Dally Vacation Bible School Mutual Lumber Co.. 5 miles a combination with radio. Like Ph. 961-6609 I apartment utilities Call Included.1 034620.5 ::> TO BUY OR SELL acreage in I Wauchula, Fla.
of Starke C-nverljrtly located.
starts June 9. All Interested on 301. tfchg new, automatic record:: changer this area, large or small ''we
_ tfehg r
adults and children are invitedto Multi-speed. Balance of *68 or I after 6pm. in waterfront George Burris
; also specialize ,
: THRU WED. attend. Admission free. FOR SALE Approximately 8 ,
$8 per month. bedroom house..ccess please call Ogllvie
FOR SALE 2 property I
: Greater Allen Chapel AME acres in vicinity Starke Golf 81 CAMPERSALES I
; INTERNATIONAL SILVERWARE No. 773-3131
Telephone
Bedford $5.000. Frank League, Brok-
JUNE 15.18 Club Rd. 230. ta Lake : : associate,
Country St.
Church Rev. L. A. Sampson on
like new, service for ; Jacksonv.lle. -
Small down payment, balance .r, 958 Mikeal Ave.,
Call 964-6858 It&
pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. after 6pm.
eight, 50 pieces. $39 cr $8 per
; like rert. Aha 95 x 318 ft. lot; 763-4198 or 388-9873.
I
Morning Worship. 11. Choir Union month. LAWN SERVICE mowing,
$1.200. Call 473-3159 Itchq 12tch 8 28 -
WANTED Senior beauty o-
3 p.m. Evening Service, 6 COFFEE SILVER SERVICE, 2120!> Waldo Road hedge trimming, fertilizing, etc
:?' I o'clock. perator. Phone 473-4530, Key. serving tray sugar ar.d c (amer. Gainesville 376.0691 I BUY. SELL TRADE: Used CLEAN DECORATED furnished Call 964-5624. ltp
SAND
stone Hts. Itchg
;( Th Rally will be terminated: $65' or $8 per month.. Authorized Dealer Furnlturs.: A'plljnc! Toys, ; waterfront cottage; apartment -

!"PEBB1ESI 1 with the annual Women's!! Day FOUND Reading glasses. Call COLLECT: Credit Manager I "Slarcraft" "Dreamer" Ta': M. Wlmberly's Trading 0 Rent week, month per- : LOST Light colored Pekingese -
"
program on June 22. All captains Owner claim by identifying Jacksonville 353-1916 DAY I Post, 74J4' Blardlni: : Blvd., manent. Ph. :533-2381 Klngsley answers to "Sniffles.
"Wheel Camper"Travel
are asked to contact their at Dr. may Barry's office Itcng or NITE. Must sell in: your area I Trailers Truck Jackscnvll'e.! tfchg Lake. Rt. 1. Box 361. Itp Reward Call 533-2468. It
members for pledges. All members !! relIable' Will deliver II '
to party.
'-. are asked to cooperatewith I Campers Fold! Downs BIC PENS.: Ball, Point Re. FOR SALE corn peas and HELP WANTED Layer farm.

,1 'a.....,IUa...."" '...""ClIIIt. their captains for successof RENT FREE for couple in ex. no obligation or can be inspected StLES *.. SERVICE I.I fills. Bradford County Telecraoh. butter: beans, John Crews Law. I R. J. Gentilman. St Road.( 233.
...0_...............Ollull' the drive. change for light duties. Apply at Warehouse. 1606 Main I j tey, phone 7823822. lip Morgan Church Road. Itchz
3tchg 6-26 '
510 N. Cherry St. tfchg.Street. -

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I ///4'/ ( .' : THE COMES THIS WEEK'S' ..,. ; :
-QMON.b) MOUNTAIN BREEZES .
Colonel
: Sanders'on ;';
r \\ !! I;: MOST ral.IR: }FROM ":
/
I ( T ? WILLIAMS! ___\\tIh//I4/I4_____/__ JEWELRY BROUGHT TO YOU ALL SUMMERBY ? 4 COLORFUL. RCA s e / '

; Terwiflega r : L _____ _______________________________
11b _. .\
;;- c /;: YOUR AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR '0., BIG COLOR TV VALUE YLJtJLtL''J.\;/ ;[ /! L '' \

____ ____________________
\ FAMOUS NAME BRAND WATCHES __________ : ,,__ ____ 1/2 CARAT 48 PIECE 3:
BliLOVA HAMILTON _______ --- 1847 ROGERS
Diamond d Heart
WITTNAUR' -WYLARCARAVELLE ______________________ '- SILVER SET _
SALES _________________________ 1 OOCI8LJO r gj PENDANT New Pattern Garland
4.. WALTIIAM ______ _____ I Includes' Hostess' SetG1T57)1ATS4Y t
____ ACC TKON ___ ____ _____ __ Color TV Reg. $$250.00 Reg.: $$120.00Now$9995:;: K KtntuekIJ'<*ij fried' Chicken,


Why be that rugged individualist. / ) AND SERVICEHEADQUARTERS ,fr: $$39995 NOW$195$ $ ____ SNACK PACK_ ___


who worries every night and weekend? H U A ___ WITH T TRADE '5-PIECE' SILVER PLATE 2PC. CHICKEN

____________ ESTON JORDAN .
Join the calmer crowd-the practical busi SPECIAL 17,000 1 BTU ------ --. TEA SERVICE $$8995 1 ROLL 4 4ness

men who deposit their daily business 17 JEWEL. REG. $$42.50 .111I...[.... NO, MONEY $ 266 S Sfarke r k e n SPECIAL - MASHED 9 9o

receipts in our convenient NIGHT DEWATCH NOW .$$2 .OO DOWN The Model SANFORD Gl-610 POTATOES S Sa
CI Class b B BalfourWOODBURNS If
POSITORY t any h hour b before f or after Chrysler S I PI Plymouth h 23"diag.,295 iq.In.picture Rings by Y a
regular banking hours, holidays included! WE ARE NOW TAKING ORDERS FOR THE Our Volume/ $$10.00 PER MONTH I y AND GRAVY
OFFICIAL 1971 CLASS RINGS. TERMS TO SUIT 36 Months to pay '

FLORIDA I Special on Diamonds And d SLADE E V. S. 301 NORTH Telephone 9446600CHRYSLER& U U. S S. 301 NORTH

_____ BANK, ,_. < ______ L Low Overhead h d Winkler\/ ELECTRICINC.
: AT STARKE Selection Before r PHONE 964-5126
See Our Large Buy APPLIANCES AUTHORIZED DEALER GEM JEWELRY
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NATIVE AUTO SALES AND FINANCE CO. present a matching silhouette )you will receive a $$3.11." gift[ certificate and if you'are third you will rein IH CARL HURST TYPEWRITERS
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And BVD's' SORRY: ONE TO A CUSTOMER ______ Reg. $$429.95 .,.,., Jit. Swim 4'' and UnderShirts ______________________________________ WORLD'S. LARGEST; TOO/ __________________ Now $ 9 or,1', .. -, .. ,::-:- : .-..;- ""
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shelves In food,storage compartment$ Rand Shoes House SlippersGifts By The 20th. F E E .
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Door lock&2 keys for extra protection! Many Other For Dad Come On In Now! J"f" &' ,. or larger Lawn. Packs more power and features .
P Permo-last t liner,glass..fiber insulation! Reserve Cooling Power Dehumidified \While\ ... \. ... than any other Tractor in its class. Its ease of $$619.00 NOW ONLY
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312 W. CALL ST. Phone 964-6841" DEPT. STORE ..JOOO.391 WeST'MADISON STRUT. 101 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.
((904))944' 412 E. CALL ST. PHONE' 961-6030..
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COTS PLASTIC AIR MATTRESSES\ :_ mer cottons In style with won- I ..
0 r.'l'> SIZE WHITE BLACK ALL! CAMPING\ EQUIPMENT l I _________________ derful Sanitone drycleanlng Living Color ..--
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I 16 Oz. Pepsi I PLUS FET & STATE TAX _____________________________ __ to a clothes care authoritySanitone Will Be Open After 6:00: P.M. -__.
10tf"; Discount On All Lawn Mowers See Our Want the ? :.: ..11&&
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Comwiiaflon
I FREE MOUNTING By Appointment .. .
Regr. & Filter 6 6-Pack I BEEF _
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I 59c CARRY ular Colors To Choose From 2Q7'< Off On All .-hyn..ph.n..n., ?*V.q'.II.ntp.ym.n..o'd.h.' ,. .. .. .lu. CW' 964-5704 First. Person Called .
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f Luan Pre-Finished Paneling Low Price Of $$4.50 Our'Specialty CHICKEN THE BEST COMES FROM
: { CtrHfat Mastrr Orydnntr!
or 45c Pack And Get Another I I TI RES I Inc. Per4x8Sheet. LOANS TO $$600 ______________J _________
AH Prices' Plus Tax (Plus Dep.6-Pack& Tax) I 117 E. BROWNLEE% (HIWAY 16 EAST) 501 Nylon: Carpet With Rubber Cushion Wall TOWN FINANCE COMPANY Y : Tiiri/'C' DRIVE-IN I V E I N QUICK Service B BULLINGTON U N N STUDIO U D I 0 one they gallon can tell paint me value the special$$5.98if _MARY._._OJO_UITE__*_
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L_ I,v Summer Playground Activities .I: I I





Planned By Rec DepartmentThe. 1II 1



Starke Recreation Depart years old. II
ment'will conduct a six-week In addition to scheduled activities In addition; to above mentioned Summer Schedule II'J''J'Jlll

program of daily playground each week will ,be highlighted activities the departmentwill Registration: Monday. June

activities for boys and girls by a field trip. Plans for also conduct the! following 18 through Friday, June 20.

I ILuJ Id age 7-12, starting Monday June the Tiny Tots call for an appearance programs, now in progress: Playground opens June 23.

23, through! Friday, Aug. 1. on Popeye Playhouse, Women's Softball, each Mon-

Activities will be held at tha a visit to( the Jacksonville Zoo, day and Friday evening. at West MONDAY:

Pratt Street Center and Playground Six Gun Territory, an airport Side Park. 2 to 3-archery. deck tennis

n with registration start museum, shipyard, and other Men's Softball, each Tuesdayand corkball.

tag Monday. June 16. places of Interest. Thursday evening at West 3 to 4arts and crafts.

Recreation director Gene Ray.. Registration for this program Side Park. 4 to 4-softball..

( P4d 1i burn says "We believe. we havea will start June 16, with the Bantam Boys Baseball, each 5 to 6-games of low organ-

program, planned that will opening coinciding with the Monday, Tuesday: and Friday Ization. '

provide youngsters, with an enjoyable playground program June 23 evening Pratt Street Park.

summer of fun and through August 1. Small Fry Boys Baseball
Join A Summer Safari Of FunBoys TUESDAY: i-
games, and help them to really Teen Activities each Thursday afternoon at ehuffleboard.corkball.
2 to 3-aIr rifle .
Pratt Street.
enjoy their vacation." Teenagers are invited to Outstanding Business StudentSharon

and girls can enter a Summer' Safari of fun at the The program will be set up spend their leisure hours at the Junior Boys Baseball, now organizing 3 to 4-tennis, tetherball.

Bradford County Public Llbrnry this summer.All with activities scheduled at old armory, now headquartersfor into teams, will play 4 to 5 trampoline. Brown, outstanding busIness education student at

anyone has to do Is rhooje any book from the Ilbra'ry.rend a regular time each day. It will the Recreation Department. Schedule In a league to be with area cities. 5 to 6games of loW' organ Bradford High School for the 1968-69 term, receives the annual

it, and receive a Safari button. There will be a partyat be flexible enough, however to This facility will be open Mon Ceramics announced later. ization. Business and Professional Women's Club award from Mrs.
provide the programs that day through, Friday from 1 to program each Wednesday
the end of the program and Librarian' Martha Minx invites : Lillian Pearson, BPW president.
youngsters show the most inter- 5:30: p.m. and will offer table morning, 9 to 12, at the

ocry yoimsstT! to take part/ In the new program of vacation est in. tennis pool table games, basketball Recreation Department WEDNESDAY 2 to 3-archery.: table games Sharon, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Brown, made

reading from June Ifi throiiffh August 23. A variety of activities will be deck tennis volleyball Duplicate Bridge Club: slated horseshoes. the higher! average In five or more' different business/ subjectsat

The Junior Woman Club members shown above are distributing conducted weekly, with a special badminton, and other activities. to start June 17 at Pratt Street 3 to 4-arts and crafts. BUS. ,

3000()( !Slimmer; Safari bonk markers to all elementary event scheduled each Friday.In All boys and girls who would Center. 4 to physical fitness tests5 -. The BHS graduate-to-be has already secured a job at the

schools In the county. The markers explain: all about the new addition to the Friday spec- like to form a teen club are Invited Senior Citizens Club each to 6-games of low organ. University of Florida.

program. Shown left to right are :Mrs. Joyce Chambers, Mrs. ..is. other events will be inter to meet with the Recrea- Tuesday 1 p.m., Pratt St. Cen.' izatlon.
spersed during the week such tion Director at 2 p.m. Monday.
Harriet Jjckson. and Mrs. Donna
Gruen. as tournamnta In various activities June 16, In Ms office. If enough) ter."As you can see, there Is no THURSDAY: 4". r. :

relays watermelon eatIng Interest ts shown the Recrea- reason for anyone In Bradford 2-to 3 -air rif/! dramatics )) J _..,.- j it's a wom'an'sj

and seed-spitting contests tion Department will offer evening County regardless of age. to be
overnight campouts, awlmmtng activities for the teen group. lacking for a worthwhile' way to 3 to 4-tennis, volleyball. tlIJU
and other activities. Reno Program !
parties, spend their leisure time," Ray.
The playground program will The Reno Recreation Center FRIDAY: tiBy
burn said. "Whether you wish
; .
Special events -field day, bicycle
be conducted Monday through
and Playground will offer elm- to participate, or Just watch-or
Friday from 2 to 6 p.m. Morn- rodeo, pet show, doll)
liar both-we offer
ing hours from 9 to 11:30: will activities for that community If you your choice. show, bike hike and picnic, circus Martha Sue McCain
A playground program will your favorite activity la. not
hat ,
be devoted to the Tiny Tot,pro likewise be conducted for residents listed, let us know and we'll day,tournaments contest scavangerhunt County Extension

gcam for youngsters 4. 5 and 6 of Lincoln City.By make every effort to provideit. etc. campouts Home Economics Agent

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to pressure. Husks should' be
FLORIDA CORN READY
ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION bright green and fit snugly.

FOR COOK.OUTS Worm Injury is not serious if
'.IJ/ FarmersThere Roast that incomparable Flor-
Diaryhave alco- confined to the tips bf the ear
ida sweet corn at your "cook-
Dark brown silk at the end of
'de ? outs" these days. It's available
----- & the husk Is a sign of well-filled]
were heavy showers in from October to July, but most
Certificates Presented At Banquet some sections last week and It a real feast of piping hot i topicsBy plentiful during April May and kernels Soft undeveloped ker-
buttered corn and Ice-cold mel nels lack flavor when cooked,

For Radio and TV Course appears that the period of summer on. We'll be on the lookout fora June. and large, excessively firm kernels -
rains Is at hand. At least PAUL C. FORAKER First, lay husks back but don'ttear
patch of corn and guaranteeone them off. Remove the silk Indicate overripenessthe
the
that Is the prediction by
-Editor, Information Services .sugar has turned to starch.
thlngfrom: the time we buyit
Pictured receiving certificates:! weather forecasters, and thOse and soak the corn in cold salt
Three persons. Including :a: Overripe corn Is usually a deeper
table will
the
until it is on
are (from left) : Larry Turner. experts have an amazingly good ed water for about 30( minutes.
father and son team. received Johnnie Johnson, and O. M. record. At any rate the dally be a short one, as you know What is your doctor's attitude Drain well, then brush kernels color than that picked at its
certificates of accomplishmentfor Is best when It comes peak of eating goodness. Although
corn toward alcoholics?
Tin ner. forecast for the summer will with butter or margarine and
their work and hours of
in the adult: Radio participation Other members of the class be ". rain and thunderstormsin right from the S field.S To be more specific, if you:> sprinkle with seasonings. Pull appear ears having and many fresher husks

attending the banquet were: the afternoon or evening." were an alcoholic could you go husks back around earns sgala.: greener
and Television; Cure offered at
Ben Allen. Willie Brown Melvin e Sam McGarvey Of course fried chicken goes to your physician for help, feel. wrap in heavy-duty aluminumfoil than trimmed ears, they may

the Biadfoid-Unlon Aiea Voca. Harvey Mack Lea, L. C. Mc- And speaking of storms the mighty' well with corn, and with Ing he would try to understandyour and twist ends tightly. When actually have more wilted and
tional Centei. Millaicl Blown
dented kernels.Don't .
Cutchen and Charles Williams. hurricane season has been declared Bradford County now the lead problem? the fire has died down to em-
evening trades coaidinator: at Ing caused by the hurricane
Also attending were Joseph) N. to be officially ,open and ing broiler producer in the There are many physicianswho bers, roast ears for about 25 overlook roadside markets :
the center presented the that there will be a numberof state the chances that the as a .source of good fresh!
are
Warren, Instructor, and Owen Starke residents whose homes not only are willing to treat minutes in hot coals, turning
awards during a banquet Thurs- protests on the part of land- chicken eat will be from sweet corn. Compare prices
you alcoholics but are also willing
Ilocver guidance counselor, tor flooded last September often to prevent burning. At the
day night. May 29. at the BrandIng were owners whose properties are of broiler' when you shop. When the priceof
the center. when Alligator Creek overflowed one our own plants. to counsel with the patient or first whiff the family will! come
Iron Restiutant worried aboutit inundated. Of course, if we are And for that matter, the same refer him to specific alcoholic running as though pursued by two medium ears equals the
its banks are
happening again. Part of the lucky, this won't happen and things holds true for the eggs treatment agencies. A survey corn borers. price of a No. 300 or 303 can

Creek has been widened and the county will have more time you have at breakfast. some years ago among a groupof SWEET CORN is at Its or a 10-ounce package of frozen
to work out the problem. S S S Calilorma doctors revealed corn, the cost for a serving Is
deepened but the rest of the job S S "mouthwatering" best when
The circuit court trials !held the lolloping reasons for working roughly the same.
at
has been held up because th* picked Its peak of maturityand
Remember. county does not have rightofway this week in the courthouse will with alcoholics: A medical cooked and served speedily.No The new hybrid sweet corn

needed. very likely be among the last challenge ((28 per cent), a psychiatric other vegetable loses its delicious stores well when properly handled -

The new Hydrocarbons Road held in the big courtroom as challenge ((24 per cent), flavor so quickly as does Be sure to cut away ears

S SAt which serves the gas plant near the new courthouse Is slated for interesting patients ((20 per corn after picking. The less time to the bottom kernels If you

Dy Alice Gnr\ry 25 Years Ago"What the County Commission Brooker Is about 95 per cent completion before the fall termof cent), and appreciative patients from field to fire the better. wrap them In plastic film or put

completed according to Commissioner court in November.The who recovered ((25 per cent). Natural corn sugar starts turn into tight contaners! ears refrigerate -
last
meeting week, it was reported
Zedra Hamilton. This new courtroom will be But on tire other hand, there ing to starch within 20 minutes satisfactorily for a few
that the Water Oak
heavy-duty road which runs much smaller\ as apparently are still a sizeable number ot after picking. The loss increases days. Keep the corn cold and

the Infantry Does and L. A. Davis, City Councilman drainage project, and the Gum from SR-100 in Lake Butler, the day of the large courtroomis individuals in the field ot medicine with warm temperatures Picked fairly moist but not frozen.
How it Does It" was the themeof Drop Branch section of it, have :MINUTE: ; CASSEROLEHeat
compared the recent past the gas plant and through past. who refuse to treat alcoholic corn should therefore be
an Infantry Day celebrationat growth of the city to a few years been held up also. In one Instance Brooker to the Santa Fe River S S S patients. Here are their cooled as directed two packagesof
rapidly. As much as half
In June of the county Is going to
Camp ,
Blandlng ago and explained the finances bridge, is a big addition to the We see where a class of Eskimos favorite excuses, together with of the sugar may be lost in one the new frozen onions In
1944. court to obtain the easement
of local government. Joe E. network of roads which now is being trained in the repair answers supplied by the Journal day when corn is stored at 86 cream sauce fold in slivered
Visitors from surroundingareas needed by means of a condemnation -
invited Wilson, who is chairman of .serve this area.Watermelons of refrigerators. We have of the Michigan State Medical degrees but only 8 per cent Is almonds. drained canned green
to and
were Camp suit.
the Fifth War Loan drive locally trouble in digesting that bit of Society: beans and diced cooked ham.
exhibitions and many demon- S S lost at 32 degrees. If it must
strations their appointed a committeeto news as we just can't see just 1. Excuse: They take a lot of wait a while before Cover with grated cheese and
for cooking,
were put on
So if
canvass business establish- It appears that we do tune. bake until bubbly.WOULD .
w'1at! need there Is for Eskimosto
view. The Starke Chamber of keep refrigerated in the husk.
ments in the countv. run into a period of excessive
Commerce sponsored a motor- rainfall and particularly flood- and sweet corn have ice boxes: let alone be Answer: So does open heart To cook the ears in water. YOU BELIEVE

cade of 50 cars to form a parade The treat of the luncheon are coming in now, so you can trained in repairing them. surgery; so do diabetics. Think remove outer husks. Removecorn Americans spend about $30

from Starke to Blandlng. meeting was generous amountsof or them as having a potentially silk and complete the Job billion a year for food and beverages .

Leading the parade was the Golden Bantam corn on the fatal disease, charge them tor quickly with a small vegetable served away from home.
Patrol and Police jour time, and you won't be. About $18 billion! of this
Highway
cob courtesy of Lawtey farmerand partment of Agriculture, certain brush. Cut out bad parts break;
Chief A. L. Alvarez broughtup shipper, W. F, Moore. ,' markets and our producers grudge it. off extreme tip and wash ear amount is .spent in restaurants,
the rear. Arriving at the 2. Excuse: They tell a lot ot well. Then cook In simmering cafteterlas, lunchrooms and refreshment -
,
have worked together to
West Gate the motorcade was Bradford County children UFARMANDRANCH outbreaks lies! salted water about 8 minutes, stands. Another 6 billion .
under control
bring
admitted as a group withoutthe were 40 per cent infested with By George T. Hugging Answer: So do fat ladies on or until tender. is spent in Institutions; suchas
and to outbreaks
additional
prevent
need individual passes and hook worm according to Health diets. When you shop for "roasting hospitals, colleges homes! for

escorted to Stewart Field. Department local unit director, 11 : COUNTY AGENT 3: Excuse: They/ don't pay ears" look for them In ice or the aged, and at camps.

There the hundreds of visitors Dr. I. R. Abrams. He reportedthat Agricultural Extension Service We cannot afford at this pointto their bills. In refrigerated displays. Some Hotels and motels account for

viewed exhibits of camp activities a recent survey of the relax our inspection regula- $3 billion and another one billion -
tions. This Tallahassee Answer: They do, a little better will be in "poly bags" and
and camp buses at Intervals school population was the basis meetingwas goes to such places as drug
than .some in husks. Scan
conducted groups a- for his report. lie and Mrs.E. ,: mighty good and causes us average. the corn and department stores deli-

round the camp with an officar; J. Haroutonian, Health to be proud of. our Swine Production 4. Excuse: They are hopeless. for even rows of fresh tender, catessens: movies, private clubs

pointing out areas of Inlere t. Nurse, advised parents not to The past calendar week has sad to think that Bernice and I and Marketing Program Answer: Terminal cancer is, plump, milky kernels-just firm and factories.
allow their children to go bare- in Florida. but. alcoholism can be arrestedin enough to give slight res'ttance!
brcught forth many, many new are no longer eligible to belongto
Refreshments of orange juice foot in infected areas, about thoughts' conversations actions. the PTA. I guess about twenty Swine Producers -please remember at least 50 per cent of the

and donuts were awaiting the home and personal sanitationand and experiences with many Individuals years with four as students -If you plan any movement cases.

visitors when they returned to availability of treatment. and with many families. Is maybe an average contribu- of .swine, other than directto 5. Excuse: Alcoholism is a

the bleachers In time to seea They acknowledged:: that shoes an approved slaughter house, mental disease and I'm not a

parachute jump. !Next: camea were not available for all children tion.Heard you must make application fora psychiatrist.
High School: Graduation Is a speaker! not long ago

welcome W. Fales by who Brig.introducedMaj. GeneralE. in the county.Registration. great! Even if you had your telling about a young man who permit. We have the application Answer: If you can get lat

Gen. Harry W. Hazlett! share In the past it was different received his college diploma.He forms. people to take otf weight and

the main speaker. The day Set from this year. If you are came home and remarkedhow smokers to stop, you have mostof

ended with a parade of 5,000 June 16 K-l experiencing! graduation; of one. proud he was after receiving Poultry the skills you need.

soldiers. you are proud! and happy about his A. B. degree. His father Any poultry producer In this 6. Excuse: 'I don't know how.

Grade Students your success to this date.I reminded him that it was fine area who has missed even one Answer: You can learn. :Members -

liotarians! heard Ensign E. K. get accused of being differ- and that the next day he would of our four meetings is the los of AA or other agenciescan

Perryman, Jr., recentgraduateof Registration of children ente. ent in many ways and about begin to learn th.e lest of the er. We 'hav had )programs of give you pointers.

Annapolis recount the training lug school for the first time many things and I am even alphabet.So) direct Interest to our producersand 7. Excuse: They'll take over

received there. either kindergarten or first different from the usual In this our high school graduates following\ each meeting my practice.

grade, will be accepted at the graduation. We are experiencing are 'just beginning-to understand many of those present expressed
Forty boys from Bradford schools< a double feature in graduating and recogn'ze'! what an education great sat'sfaction! with the Literature on the subject may '
elementary on Monday
County were looking forward to June 10.Parents. two at the same time. really Is and !how Important it meeting. Mr. Lester Kalch our be had free of charge by mere s 60 Boding [][& werunneis
a week at Camp McQuarrie FARP's Information
Friends :have remarked thatit is in planning their future. Assocate! Extension Poultryman ly writing

under the supervision of County Is hard to realize ihow fast Competition is great in achieving from the University, has prs- Services Box 1147, Avon Park, : .
Agent L. T. Dyer in connect should take the .
child- time success. Best wishes seated a Fla., 33825. '
passes, in remembering to all program at two of our tT--:
ion with their 4-H work. ren, with birth certificates
the school to that I carried Billy and SandraIn our graduating students. meetings. John Strayer our Assistant

Another guest of the meet- the of their choice during my arms when we movedto Hog Cholera Extension Entomologisthas CARD OF THANKS

ing was Rev. W.' J. Churchwell regular; school; hours Mon Starke. Well time has pass- In order to present an up to presented one program for sincere I.E.TO W\IEK SKI lor II inng. lomloitable) IK'

to
day. We wish our
If
express
new pastor of the Methodist ed fast and it la just a little bit date report on the Florida Hog WITHOUT TilE WATER Mm are near the n.ilcron tan
us.Our thanks to each of our Ihe (,
uil bimlinK!! and 'MHIV fut V m'
Church. Cholera situation. Commlss'on- poultrymen \oii li.nn ski jib.
decided unanimously an : to wain "
friends, who ministered so kindly Feet \\ ill slide into pi.no IMSIII it hut
er Doyle Conner had a meeting at our June meeting out Killing I I wit, ;.uroulmg 1 I / .to I inn ii 1:1.
The Friday, June 6, In Tallahassee that (hey would like to havea to us during the recent tragedy I Doittm, funnel nmlticst th.iinpioil.met ,

Bradford County There was good attendance with few fddltloral! monthly programs when our house burned, and nch i i.,1'.. to i Mini: r uile Mntonlloiuin .
lost posseslons and our
TELEGRAPHESTABLISHED producers, marketing personnel before changing to a we our (.,1:1.1),, the tow line I 11111 Janet For
beloved daughter
market operators, and Extension schedule of quarterly meetings. i leiomniimls, the .'ilit I, ,,, insiiuuoi". hole!; onto. the tim

1879 personnel represented. The next meeting will be the syth.Every Ii 11(1( 'ICC hlliel"c"I | ai the f.isiisl. wj I line, i He should lie .ibouLsi i* to light

Most of the discussion was directed first night In July. It will be a token of your sympathy foi higmnen. to leain: tint tlii ailing feet ;auat; l.ocl'0111'' e into a sit.I .
was deeply appreciatedas nil I ling I position I I Iie, skis
to possibilities of meeting that ii ih.illuiging/ wa tea' spoil I In.tithni should liepositioned
Feeder holding no poultrymanman you remembered us with <|iic' ,,,,,,"I.le., .uln.il, skiingRitniK about,.. MX i I lit I in ..ipaitotii ,
Pig Sales In those counties should miss. Our guest such generous acts of kindness. ><>i 11> I lie It-i-l "I '.'"-"ng .nul \u i. knii, (''get/ lieu' an! ainii i outsl .

MEMSER Pray for one another.- where markets have not speaker will be our Bradford Your prayers. cards. and letters instilling ion lull niu I ill, tom' .1,l"i lit\ lIcI1hceI i I If done icuiii\l\. i the low
met the standards for holding County Tax Assessor Gene household goods I lo gel up on skis. line h.mdle111, \\ic in hunt of \011I.I. ,.
flowers food ,
James 5:16))
( : '
such .
sales during this hog cholera Long. I.lice. I his simulates \(illi' stalling
eradication'! period. After POULTRY IS BIG BUSINESS and money, along with your position ill .tin u.ini'

When we want to help some much discussion! suggestionswere IN BRADFORD COUNTY personal touch of) concern. The "'it II I the help <.I l a II itiil., pufnalilt ,"- 'ANow

friend or member of our family made to bring such markets clouds of sorrow will long cast I,I, .an "'P"I lent.'d ,"icl'. )on iinIIMIII ;, \
aching ; (lie IMSIH in few IIIillllle..
their shadows in our a
we cannot allow ourselves up to standards required lia\c 'oni i iiisifliiuor, ,,
EMORY: PREVATT ELECTED. hearts, but the memory of your Ml M>II mill i% II pan' or w.iui skis pull
to become in- by State and Federal ton intlllhc'llIIu'iliK I I I petition. ,
'
emotionally regula- mill a lim linofake Kelp
TO ANGUS ASSV.Emory kind deeds will brighten.h sour knits
tions. shghlh!! lltx volved. We can help others ing i. tin1.11,
, lonely days for us. HI ton vfl
E. L. :M\IlllMtS. J-ditor-1'ubushcr: when we ourselves remain Tentative sale dates were> set Prevatt Jr., of Starke, bless each of it lien an, onlho.nil.. Ixiar CNpiiuiuc
May God richly (ft... '
u I pulls ton
I ili-rp kn I ,
to extend 'i> lirml' I. I Inline -
through October. Marketing las been elected to member- I lo the ,
, Published oath Thursday und entered OS Second poised und centered in the you as you have blessed us will Mill' Illglll/ |II lull( IIHISIII, '' sin f ruie.I

Class Matter ill the 1'ost Olflic lit Starke, Florida Christ in the micht of us. Know regulations for feeder ship in the American Anguat your comforting thoughtfulness, \oiir iniKiki, anil sh.iipeu MUMsillsc "I'' |'
that with God there is pigs will continue as presently Association St. Joseph Missouri. : A. il I |).|l.nucNext '
under Act of March 3rd, 1879. always away and a special thanks to Dr.
being followed.\ Memberships totaling 513: I Hun I lit ami si.i,ml "I>. I In toinlllslMHlOl '
Subscription In trade' urea: I jcar, $5.00; Outside for things to work out Florida Is the envy of most were Issued to( breeder of registered J. Barry, and the staff of the : ; (nil onIMII skis; Ski. hind" I llo .,ill I I |hu\ ttOlk' Reheat

trade meat: I )ear, $330 through( / spiritual Kui gram. This Is becau" Gratefully your. lui, I lie I lioiit. ( pine i is si.iiion.il\\. I hough, uit simple' I 11 ic ilitl.niiluoikt
10 our De- Jio past month. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Forsyth. 1 1L llic lucl, |iiiic sli.liH rmuinil, ,, on; InlllitlIc, ( \" Tin,. lliv / '
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j1 ia visiting this week at the ,,, I'..,..r..,. family.
: C. Kelly, Rev. Don Denton, and family and Doug Bennett attended VI
home of her son-in-law and (Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Phillips .
{. the hostesses. Gifts
H..A..M..p..T..O. were pre Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Feathersof Homecoming at Calvary Baptist
Hayes daughter Mr. and Mrs. Fostef LAWTEYBy \ sented to the' honor guests' and and son of Macclenny were Imler, Pa.. were calling on Church in Starke and visited

: I and a short devotional was presented Saturday visitors. of Mrs. O. J. Mr. and :Mrs. Al Sappenfleld Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Darley and
By Mrs D. E. mil ;;:: Mr. and Mrs. George Kennan ElIZa Blonolurd encouraging the youth to Phillips.iMr. Sunday afternoon They children In the afternoon.Mr. .
and family visited. friends in and Mrs. D. E. Nolan were
take Christ and the church with and
enroute to Deland. The Mrs Johnny Jenkln.1and
Jacksonville Saturday ,, them Into their different and children of Jacksonvillewere Sappen-
COUNCIL MEETING vocations fields of .
taken were recent visitors son Alhens,Ga. were visiting
to set up a schoolboy patrol Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adlclns Sunday visitors of Mr. and of
.
Hampton City Council discus of life.CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. B, Mrs' H. C. Pearce Sun
for the next school year in attended a dance recital In Mrs. T. V. Duck and R. Field in In- on
sed roads and culverts, cats and cooperation with local elemen Ocala. BRIDAL SHOWER ACTIVITIES family. terlachen.Mr. day. They attended St. Johns
dogs school sidewalk patrol tary .school officials. which their Saturday evening In Miss Bonnie Rosier, bride- Grace United Methodist' : Sun Cindy was spending the week. and Mrs. James Anders Baptist; Church In Jacksonvilleand

liability insurance, city streets The absence of street signsIn Toya Richard took granddaughter elect, was honored Tuesday day School 9:45: ; Worship 11 with end with them and returned and family of Palatka visited joined Mr. and Mrs. Wallen
and zoning at the regular meeting Hampton, and zoning for the the daughter part. She Is night of last week with a mis- a.m. and 8 p.m., Choir practice them after they attended :Mr. and Mrs. O, J. Anderson Sapp at dinner.
of Mr. and (Mrs. Church in Jacksonville
Monday evening, June 9. city also .same under discussion Calvin Richard. cellaneous .shower given by 7 pm. Wednesday followed by last Saturday.Mr. Pete and Robert Jenkins of
During daylight saving time during the meeting. A sugges- Mr. end : Mrs. T. V. Duck Mrs. R. E. (MYF. Rev. Don Denton attended Mrs. Bertha Stucky and Mrs. and Mrs. H. W. Bennett Jacksonville were visiting their
Mrs. Rose and daughter W. M. Bense and
of
council meetings begin at 8p.m. tion was. made to rename city Teresa spent Lee, :Mrs! H. E. Priest Mrs.! Annual Florida ConferenceIn Jacksonville daughters and family, Mrs. Hattie: Darley, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. O.
., rattier than 7:30.: streets. Cedar Sunday at Joyner, and Mrs. George Rob- Lakeland last week. were visiting Mr. Miss Sinna Prescott, and Dean J. Anders, on Saturday.
Key. and Mrs.
The, Council discussed what Receipts for the month, came :Mrs. Lillian Engenlath will erts at the home of the latter. First Baptist -Sunday School the weekend.L. P. Rafuse during :::::::),::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::.:.:.:.;.;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:':':':,: ':":':';':';"":I
(has been done about culverts to 409.89, and disbursements. leave The gift table was covered witha 9:45: ; Worship 11 a.m. and 7:30: ;
and roads discussed. from Jacksonville Saturday white lace p.m.; Training Union 6:30: p.m. Mrs. Pearl Booker of DelandIs
at the last $382. Absent cloth and centered
were Tracy Jones
for a week's cruise to Ber- spending this
me \\11g, and also what with a miniature bride doll. Midweek services Wednesday week with Mrs.
action 1
councilman
and Ernest Green muda I
with a friend from Gainesville George Roberts.
could be taken about tftie dirt mayor. The hostesses served refreshments 7:30: p.m. C. Jones Funeral Home
Mrs. DeWitt )
James
Oliveras, :Mrs. Pete Todor
road and road drainage problem REGISTRATIONFOR former a to 35 guests.GRADUATES Church of God: Sunday! : and sons
Hampton resident now have returned to the states
alongside the parking area VBS FRIDAY HONORED School 10 a.m., Worship 11 a.m., for
by the new postojfice. Seymour living In Bermuda will meet Mrs. Jack Estes Mrs. H. and 7:30: ( p.m. YPE Wednesday the summer. They are of Kuwait -
Friday June aijd
Bailey attended the council registration, 13. at 8:30: a.m.is Mrs. Kngenlath there,to accompany H. Hamilton gave a breakfastfor 7:30: p.m.Highland. Ghana. Mr. Todor will follow a STARKE |
and
meeting to ask about the condition for Vacation Bible preparationtime Schoolat island her on a tour of 'the Grace Methodist Church Baptist: Sunday them later. Mrs. J. W. 111 PHONE 984-6200 }
Thomas of Live
of the road, and also about Hampton Baptist Church. graduating Seniors at the Gar- School 9:45: ; Worship 11.-a.m. and Oak and Mrs.
dogs and cats disturbing the Friday's. session will last until den Restaurant in Starke last 7:30: P.m.. Choir practice 6:30: Danny Thompson of Jacksonville -

neighborhood, particularly at about 10 a.m., and will include An expert is a man who is Sunday morning. Those attending p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday Saturday.were visiting the family on' KEYSTONE HEIGHTS j1. .
:night. Lawrence Bias also told refreshments, as will each day's paid whether his advice turns were Barbara Sherrlll I!] and 7:30: p.m.Friends.
of several dogs that had been schedule through next week, according out good or bad.-Bill Trim Mrs. Sherill; Madron Duck, !her of the family of Mrs. B.We L.are Wilklson pleased Jr.to have the 1 1: PHONE 473-3176: :g 1

left 1 hy outsiders near the city to Melvin Ham el, pas- ble, The Ellicottville (New fiance Chuck Major, and Mrs. Nell Andrews will regret to home for the family at
dump recently tor of the church, and principalof York Post. Duck; John Lee and Mrs. Lee; learn of her death :Monday: Mrs. summer. (Mr. and
)
Wm. King of
The council voted not to the Mrs. George Roberts Mrs. H. morning. June 8. Sympathy Is Jacksonville .<
city dues for another year pay to VBS.Children, age three throughthe extended to all members of the were Sunday visitors of the ::::::::::::::&::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::.:.:::.:.:.:;:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

the Bradford County (Chamberof teens, are invited to attend -QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED --
Commerce. Monday through Friday next I
Liability on the two fire week June 16-20 from 8:30: to

trucks was discussed, and pro 11:30: ( a.m. Teachers and work- r
gress'on building plans for ers have been planning Bible D

housing the second fire truck. study, stories handicraft and EAG1Ete
It'was suggested that .steps be refreshments for nursery beginner .

primary ]junior and intermediate D
classes. Parents' $f0I5S
SUDDENLY night will be Friday evening Q e O LOWER
June 20(), at 7:30: p.m. at the Qd. PRICES QUALITY BETTER
church.
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YOU'RE DISABLEDSerious afternoon Services at were Santa Fe held Cemetery Sunday } The Entire Chain I* Celebrating The GRAND s 4'ISFACI'O MORE 11 *

for John Ward 60, of Hampton EAG E OPENING of Our 109th Store At Blue Pond * +
who died Friday. He had been
living recently with the Wlllard Shopping! Center In Oxford, Alabama and others-On

Thomas family and ihad been DISCOUNT srofs Our 110th Store At 69O Tamiami Trail, N.W.,
111 In the hospital for some time. FRI. & SAT.
He Is survived by three sisters Charlotte Harbor. Price* aaod. at all stores.

Mrs. Ida Jones of Graham, f'e
Mrs. Florence McKinney of & MEN'S POLOS MEN'SATHLETIC ( MEN'S TIES

Gainesville, and Mrs Eva ; '
Strickland of Winter Haven. Short sleeved .UNDERWEAR j'i{ rraE"t if: ,il(111( Regular ft r ,

J Correction: I omitted!! from *' Knit collars & SHIRTS Redids-Tie MEN'S r
I last week's list of BHS {t3\ Beautifully IiMEN';:
graduates Mock Turtles 1 Sizes 36 to 46 t ; ,
from 3/199 designed jt
Hampton Raymond
I, Fashion de i FAMOUSsigned
Rhoden. son of Mr. and :Mrs. DRESS
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Leroy Rttoden o! Hampton. In popKNIT BRIEFS /
OLD CITY RFCORDS ular colors Elastic waist band tt t r 1' MAKERS
REFLECT DEPRESSIONIn t i \ Sizes Sml to XLje SHIRTS _
100% cotton : "
looking back over liamp- y'j'', \ TEE SHIRTS 'P 'DRESS
ton city council minutes, it i y' Sizes S.M.L. Sixes Sml to Rite / N;.lron" PANT:

wasn't hard to tell there was a I rr SHORTS
sl till
YOU SAVE 174 Sites .a Short NATIONALLY SOLD]
depression during the 30's r/ 28 to 42 1 y4 1 ? tae
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most of the discussion! and motions + 1 1 "sr = sleeves I FOR SID A PAIR

made were about payinc r \ 1 I in white Superbly
the bills. + + W
fancies. tailored
On March 4, 1932, the councvoted !T t + + '
to discontinue hauling., i' Jlvy styled. fvERNfiOI Wrinkle free
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//Plaids. f Dacron &
cans of garbage from t the I Cotton
:homes of citizens of the town of Checks.
Hampton and that all citizens MEN'S CASUAL SANDALS t I 'l stripes' h Never needs r

sickness or accident often are requested to move all empty & F | I & solids. ironingTremendous

strikes unexpectedly. And one of cans and garbage from their Attractive selection of styles ELECTRONIC DANTE i p / Sizes S.M.I '
the biggest problems you face is a their premises and keep every selection
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n* Popular colors, cushion Inf J & XL.I .
for medi thing sanitary condition of colors
need for money. Money without .. : sole, crepe soles BUG AUTOMATIC
cal bills money to keep your family any expense to the town." Sixes S.M.L. Y OU SAVE43
together. That's why you need (In 1941, the council agreed to ..TKILLERS SHAVERS
Mutual of Omaha Paycheck Plus. have cans picked up again.) YOU SAVE 904
Health insurance that For the city election I + Plastic
can pay up the second fi Kills bugs
to SI0,000 toward medical expenses Tuesday of September,, 1932,, :* quickly on : carrying (199 1 *
and up to $500 a month cashto election Inspectors O. Haynes, .In.,1, contact : */ case Cover for e /
live on. This is vital protection.Call J. W. Watterson and Claude 1 11111"'" Hang it up 1. ,iJ shaver head r
or write: Houser were paid $1 day e'll/nt' if Iml
per 1 I s :nrnMEN'S > & plug it in! Brush for s
for their services. (In 1968 the ss waLi Inner lightattracts -
NATHAN L. MODLING $5 per day for election officials R J flying + cleaningHeavy MEN S BANL N f-ALL TRANSISTOR ELECTRIC

was raised to $10 per day.) 4 I insects, electrically plastic
Rt. 2, Box 155 LEATHER LOAFERS ilL
In 1933 tax assessments were Ivory STRETCH SOCKS [CLOCK
Phone 96t. 7.105 reduced 25 per cent from the Popular Penny style, rich Cordovan shade rr t *charged grids finish \ ,

Starke.. Fla. 32091 previous year.PERSONALS | Comfort last, long wearing sole 0 kill instantly Plugs into cigarette Assorted colors r--I RADIOS
; Sites 6 to 12 I'r Use indoor socket
lighter
YOU SAYE 554
Mrs. H. W. Priester I* Precision
of Fort or out
LIST PRICE S9 9' Sixes 10 to 13 r direct tuning
REPRESENTINGMutual\ Pierce visited here Sunday with dial
her brother-in-law and sister
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OF OMAHA'JJ Mr. and Mrs. J, G. Adkins. / g YOU !SAVE 11$ mefit.hlgh Telechron Impact move YOU SAVE 2.10

MUTUAL OF OMAHA INSURANCE COMPANY Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Parkerof 1 1/ plastic cabinet

Lift Insurance Affiliate: Unittd of Omaha Hampton spent Sunday las'. I
Horn Office: Omaha Nebraska week with their son-in-law and! -r tfl ACR805
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I AGENCY AND I II Baker, and family. In Orlando

I I I Information ADDRESS "Paycheck I II I Accompanying their grandchildren the Parkers Susan were and BO PEEP MEDALIION GOLF BALLS 3-PC. INFLATABLE G.E. ELECTRIC CLOCKS

I Ruth on Steve Misner of Gainesville.
I Plus." II | Rev. Carl Clarke of Galnes'ville AMMONIA Fit for the King SETS -- Oulet

I Name I I IAddra I was guest speaker at of the club ,. 1 i
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I 2p., I and children Bo Pee A terrific buy at this low balls each 3 Antique
spent
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friends here. WMONI White
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Mrs. Lula Bailey of Lakeland Bo Peep .gN I',. . '4
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<.:!W :.<'. hrd . < :J.13.h{?{: ;?J/ ; ("" ; :.:t"Uq' /' ,;<<
For Mrs. Andrew' v rp; .<, ..' ." <'"'"'''<"':'?fA,.,""','',,'< ;"'.'' '.',,>,i p,'' .,., "".','..'','.,w'!.:,". ''.. ,' U' ,.. ''<}.,.. : '..)1.>",,'.$"...< ." Y'.. ,:. ," 9,"' ''.,.. '-''
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Mrs. NeU Roberts Andrews. >f ((16::r I f,1J'j ; Wi" :"fA 'i9/f. :,;"W.)$?t .. \
;
.,:'.;.<' ;+ !..:;.' ; : : y >y.
liB, of Starke died Mondaymornlngr ,. ,' ',. ',.;iti, :. h::.}. > ,rit'.. ), 'jtolS'; i h' <
after an extended Ill ,0" <:,, ";<> ) :%: t 1 : : J\.t.{; : :
; ;
ness. She was born In St. George (::gl .: 'iH'i"; "

Ga. on August: 26. 1900. and
moved to Lawtey at an early
age wifch !tier parents the late

Enoch J. and Mattie Burnsed EVZRCR3BEN BAPTIST' CHURCH OF CHRIST BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH LAWTiYSunday
Roberts She was a member of LAii CONGREGATIONAL HOLINESS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST .. Sufnday: Bible Study 10.*. m.; Sunday School 10 a.m.; MornIng Sunday School. 9:45: .. m.
School. 10
: biers
the ajn. )
Starke First :Methodist CHURCH OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS lot Worship 11:15. hot fling Worship and Communion worship. 11 a. m.: Evening Morning Worship. 11 a. m.Youth
Church Sunday School 10 a.m.. 416 East CaU St. : Sunday 11 Evenln Cbolr J'NOo
Service. a m. Worship 7:30: p. m.; Prayer Fellowship 6 p. m. ,
Surviving are four daughters. Worship Service. 11 .. m. Sunday Priesthood, 8:30: Night 125. northwest service of 6:30.LawteyRev.It. : Highway.:. "ex ices, 6:00.: Meeting 7:30: p. m.; Wednesday tice. Wednesday 8 p. m.
Mrs Jacqueline Moorer. and Evening Service 7 p.m. a.m. Sunday 2 service T Robert D. BurebK1NGSLEY '
School. 10. Sacrament Bennett : W ctlnesday! Worship -Rev. J. C. Heaters pastor Rev
:Mrs. H. C. Brown, both of Tuesday Night Cottage Prayer L. pastor.PINE .
Revival Set 11:15.: f. n\. Minister Jack P. Bell.
Starke; Mrs. Glen Duke Port IaeeUng.
Monday Primary 4:30: BAPTIST MORGAN ROAD CHAPELSunday
p.m. LEVEL
Lauderdale; and (Mrs. J. R. At Hope Church Thursday' Night Prayer :Meeting LAKE BAPTIST
NOOTHSIDE BAPTIST
Tuesday MIA 7:30: i p.m. Sunday Scrod 10 a. m. :Morning -9:45: a. m.: Sunday
Boring Jacksonville Beach; one June 16.22 In church. 7:3: p.m. Wednesday Relief Society: Worship. 11 a. m. Pre-Ser-" CHURCH Sobool, 11:00: a. m. Morning CHURCH
son Joseph W. Andrews IH. Youth Service. Friday night 7:30: p.m. vlcee (Booster Band. Young-. Schedule of services: Sunday. Worship 6:00 p. m. Training Sunday School 9:30: ajn.Train

Trenton, J. J.; three sister. ( Church of Ther- 7:30: p.m. -Dean Hansen People and Prayer Service). School 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor- Union, 7:00: p. m. Evening Wor- ing Union 10:15: a.m. MorD1.l1lrtI I
Mrs. Mamie Oliver. Winter Hope Baptist Ivy Luke Pas&o2'SIYRNA & Branch 'i/ 10:45 Training Un Warship 11 a. m. Evening Wor-
President ship : a. m. oIIIIJp.
Park Mrs. essa will be engaged In revival p. m. Evening Worship. 7 p. m "
; Pauline Torode. services June 16-22 with Rev. MISSIONARY Midweek Service. Wednesday ion.. 6:45: p. m. Evening Service. Wedllolday-7au: Prayer Ser hip 7:30: ,p. m. Mid-week Prayer
,
Lawtey Starke and two Mrs. Eftle Miner. Edward J. Corn of Pelion S.C. BAPTIST CHURCHb33 .JORDAN MISSIONARY 7:30: p. m. E. R. Bowers D. D, 715.; Mid-Week Prayer Service. vices. 1st and 3rd Wednesday Service. Wednesday 7:30: p..
; brothers Zack Wednesday 7:45 m. 1:00 Family night. m. Come !let us worship together.I.i'4
evangelist. BAPTIST MISSIONU. pastor. : p. night- : p. m.
Roberts Hastings; and John as 1 W. Pratt St. Sunday services -
Roberts, Jacksonville. Also .surviving Rev. Corn has been in the : Sunduy School, 10 a. m S. 301 North behind Tas-'
are several grandchil ministry for 20 years, with half Preaching 11 a. m. Training "tee Freez Drive In. Sunday
dren. of this time spent in full time Union, ;5:45: p. ni Evening Worship School 10 am. Worship See

Funeral services were heldat evangelism. lie has traveledto 7 p. m. Everyone welcome vice 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer : f
10 a.m. Wednesday with Rev. many mission fields and has -Elder A. O. Flynn, pastorSt. Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.:
conducted preaching tours
DeWitt T. Farabee, Jr. officia -Leroy Olive pastor; E L. ;;
ting. abroad. !Marks Episcopal drtffts, associate pastor.
Interment
was In Crosby
Rev. Merle Packham, pastorof Sunday Services
Lake Cemetery under direction the church "We are .
says
of DeWltt C. Jones Funeral very fortunate to have a Bible 8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist EVERGREEN BAPTIST :oi:: : .
10 a.m. Church ..
School
Home. preacher, such as Rev. Corn, 11 a.m. Family Service Hlghway1Zis! ) ; 'Nc2r1h\ut'(( & .

to lead us In this meeting.The Holy Eucharist 1st and 3rd LaW1ey. Sunday School 1 l.m.(| p
pastor and congregationof MorningWorship, ihis. Sua-, .
John Ward the church extend to all an and Sundays 4th : Morning Prayer 2nd day Night Service 6:30.: -.R.y. ,
Invitation to attend the services Sundays R. L. Bennett! Pastor Ot.

Services Held starting each night at 7:30: ,with

special music and singing RACE BAPTIST CHURCH ..
CHUKCII: OF GOD
John Ward 60, of Hamptondied groups from other churches Highway 100ASunday 422 N. St. Clalr St., Starke. Early churches used steeples to make the building
In Starke hospital Friday. participating.The School 10 The Church is Cod's agency inhit
a Sunday
a. m. Worship .appolnte
Young People's Choirof School, 10 a.m. MornIng I II
June 6, following an extended Hope Church will provide Worship 11. Training Un Services, 11 n. m. and 7:30: p. ( world for spreading knowledge of 'I higher than all others in the city People could

illness. special music at each service. ion, 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8. m. Prayer Meeting! FJlday. 7:30: His love for man and of His demand forman

A retired farmer Mr. Ward'1908.wasborn A well staffed,alrcondition- Wednesday Prayer Meeting 8 p. .-Rev. Chester J. Siiouippe", to respond to that t love by loving his I see Cod' House 'from any direction, and

In Waldo on Dec. 21, and ed nursery will be available p.m. Rev. Virgil Lovett. past/or. neighbor. Without, this grounding in the :
late Henry
the son of the He 'was a each evening for the care of In- pastor. love of God, no government or society or I could easily find their way to a place of' worship ..
Arnie Davis Ward. HOPE BAP1I6T CHURCH
fants. The church is also air-
of life will long and the
member of the Christian Church. conditioned.In (Highway 100 at Tliere&sa) way persevere I
Surviving are three sisters: extending an invitation to FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School-10 a. m freedoms which we hold so dear will inevitably Today, with many office buildings towering

Mrs. Ida Jones of Graham, Mrs. the services. Rev. Packham STARKE Morning WOI'shlp.-ll a. m. perish. Therefore, even from a I

Florence MC'Klnney of Gainesville said: "In these trouble per- Sunday School, 9:45: Morning Training Ur.lon.-6:30: p. m. selfish point of view, one should support into the sky, churches are not always the

and Mrs. Eva Strickland of plexed times, when so many Worship at 11; sermon, "Train Evening Woishlp.-7:15: p. m. the Church for the sake of the welfare of

Winter Haven. people are lovers of pleasure Up A Child In the Way He Wednesday Night Player Services himself and his family. Beyond that, how tallest buildings. However, churches still point

Services were from grave more. than lovers of God, why Should Go" Training Union, -7:30: p. In. Rev Merle ever, every person should uphold and

side in Santa Fe Cemetery near not plan to give God part of 6:15: ; Evening Worship 7:30: Packham, pastor. participate in the Church because it tells I the way to Cod and provide a place of
Hampton Sunday, June 8, with your time and attend these ser- sermon "The Religious\ Taste the truth about man's life, death and "

Rev. Fred S. Dodd officiating.plot vices with us. You have tried Test." FIRS'r ASSEMBLY OF GOD '" destiny; the truth which alone will set him ? worship.free .
Burial was In the family Funeral everything else why not try Monday Youth Choir Prac" OF STARKE to live as a child of God. ( '
with DeWitt C. Jones Christ? Lice 7 p.m.Wednesday. West Weldon St. and Ralford
Home in charge' of arrange i
Family] Night Road
I t C.,.*.. Ad.. s...,
ments. CARD OF THANKS Covered Dish Supper: Sunday Sunday School: 10:00: a. m. i
..
Scftool Teachers. and Officers 11:00: :a. in. :'vLo.'nlnaWon1lfp; 1 4
A f ter a long weekend of holiday We ,wish to express to our meeting, 6:30.: Prayer Meeting ':00: P. m. C. A. Services; 7:00P. : \N17it ,I v.

festivities it is good for kind neighbors and: thoughtful 7:30: Choir Practice. 8:15.: m. Evangelistic Services

all of us to take time to be friends our heartfelt thanks: for W. A. Hogan. pastor Wednesday: 7:00: p.m. Midweek ::: ( '
God. their many expressions of sympathy Prayer Meeting, (.,
still-to be still,and know
during our recent berea FIRST UNITED METHODIST Pastor: T. E. GUltyHUILBRONN ::: : .: '-
with us a
should ,
We
carry _
vement. The beautiful floral STARKE __ __
sense of renewal-the joy of offerings' (were ))35f3aly/ ] .ap,
the spirit of Christ, an aware preciated. The Margaret Sunday School 9:45: ; Morning BAPTIST .... .
ness that Christ is reborn in Thornton family. Worship, 11. MYF Snack Sup. CHURCH, HIGHWAY 18' N. CUIN 'y I
us as love life and peace. per 6 p.m. MYF Snack Sup- Sunday. school. 9:45: a. m :::: 1 .
6:30.: Evening! Worship, 7:30.: Morning, Worship it. Training ;{::t; r e, 1n
Monday MYF WesleyanSub Union 0:30: p m. Evening Service
r.'I'I."f' li
"II.... >/ pries; : Memorial, Lake City 7:30: p.m. 7:30.: 3 Gli

Wednesday' MYF Beach -Rev. L. Tommy Howe Pastor ,
t.
i:
LAND ,
AUCTION Party, 1 p.m Prayer 'Meeting
: uIIIJ
and Bible Study 7::30. GKAHAM BAPTIST CHURCH si::11 w ..
Owner selling because of old and stricken with arlhriilif aV
age Thursday Chancel Choir Sunday School, 10 a': m. Morn '{ r

SAT. JUNE 21ST 11 A.M. Rehearsal, 7:45: p.m. in-j: Worship, 11 .a. m. and 7 p ::S .

DeWitt T. Farabee, :pastor in.- Rev Fred'Johiu. pastor .1 :.
I.intuiou,: Altuliui; Count\' Klorula. 2 miles. north of Hawthorne :
Honda, on highway; ';Jill, then turn right on State rood MADISON STREET NEW RIVER BAPTISTS } kI
S.21911"lth 'for, .I unit-, then turn right on Mate road S-2JI BAPTIST CHURCH School, 10 'a. m. MornIng -
fur 1 mile, to Seth Miller Hunch watch( for aign8)i| ). Worship 11 a. in, Training) ..

Sunday School 9:45: ; :MornIng 'Jnlcii, 7 p. m. Evening! Worship, .
600 ACRE DEVELOPED RANCHoffered Worship, 11; Youth Choir 8 p: m. Wednesday :night ser I '

divided into small acreage Practice, 4:30: ; Youth Fellow- vice, 7:30: p. m. Everyone welcome

tracts or the whole 600 acres. chip Supper 5:45: ; Training Un -L. L. Parker, pastor.FIRST .
ion, 6:15: ; WMU Prayer Circle
Buy a... much land as you need. Have mobile home baby STARKE "66"
farm, cattle or home. ranch, country eatate investment 7:15: ; Evening Worship, 7:30.: CHRISTIAN CHURCH FAULKNER HURST SHELL
Monday RA meeting 6:30: ; Sunday Service: SundaySchool.
Approximately 5UU aired cleared in lush pasture and row .
crops Some of the finest land in Florida. Grow any-thing. YWA meeting 7:30.: 9:45: Q, m. Morning Wor SERVICE SERVICE.
There is good country home several! barns. Wednesday Family Night ship 10:45: 0.. m, Evening Service GULF SERVICE

ALSO 91 head cattle ottered in small groups '.onllli.. ot'/tarm Supper, 6:30: (); Prayer Meeting, 6:30: p. m. Midweek Service AND Carl Hurst Phone 964.6111 Bill Edwards Ph. 94-7231 .
machinery.TERMS 7:30: ; Church Choir Practice Wednesday, 7:15: p. m.
8:30.: -Charles Reese, minister Tire Truing ;
LAN!) 20%} down at auction, balance announced at U-HAUL RENTALS
auction Bite with terms. Cattle and equipment cash or Kocxl! Denton SumraU pastor" BAYLESS HIGHWAY Headlight Adjusting .f.

hecks.. BAPTIST CHURCH Truck Trailer Brake Service ;
1 INFOHMATlOfl see owner Seth Miller at the ranch or CARD OF TIIANKS
phone him Melruw, Florida 475.1328 or write Route :2.! Box Sunday cbooJ, 10 ...m. Fr*.' Complete Lubrication J Wheel Balance and :
168, Hawthorne Florida. Our heartfelt .
thanks to '
our acting Services. at 11. Tratola Minor Tune-Ups Alignment t
Phone or wrii for brochure or map many friends and reatlves who fpnlon, e p.m. Evening Service :.

: extended comforting sympathyand *;. Midweek Prayer' Meetta. 10H N. Temple Avenue .._.u.. PROMPT ROAD SERVICE
Lift _\\onr'Property with 'ui help during the death of VVedoesday. 7:30. (Everyone wel.come. --

GRISSOM our loved one. For the beautiful Rev. George J:. fRo.wee PHONE 964.5899 AD Minor RepairsSTARKE
REALTY AUCTION CO. service the
food, the floral off.
pastor.IIAJIPTON. 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE 617 N. Temple Are. Starke
Julian Criiiam. Rtgidered Real E tate Broker erlngs and other kindnesses we .

Silver Springs Fla. Phone 9O4-236-2S1 are deeply grateful. The BUILDERS
Family of Sam B. Smith.We've CHRISTIAN: Hiway 301 and 100

CHURCH .. SUPPLIES, Inc. LAWSON }
Sunday School 10 a, m. Morning -
made it for Worship at 11: Evening k Featuring Ace Hardware *10 S. Temple Starke MEAT MARKET
easy you
Worship, 7:30.: Rev. Carl :' Complete Paint Supplies

OVID to BUILD NOW Clarke pastes. and Sporting Goods AND COLD STORAGE

31 MODUS l'.i; FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHHAMPTON / I' With Ua First" We Specialise In Custom slaughter-
"Check DAD & BRAD SALES
( At Jim Walter, we're old fashioned We know how hard it is to get a mortgage
loan without a big down payment That why we offer 100% financing to quali-. lag Cutting and WNPPil1c3 -
-I fled property owners You need no cash. Well build and Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning 219 Washington St. 964-5270 MODULAR HOMES Prepared for Deep Trees
,,S. finance your new home- and give you a mortgage Worship at 11. Training 3
plan you can five with, Union, 6:30.: Wednesday night ; SALE

ouAUTVCONSSaucIION Prayer Meeting 7:30: followedby j FLORIDA 24Ft. Wide PoLe
choir practice Starke Nursing *

rfIMMIDIAVI "" Home service 2:45: p. m. :i-: Also 12Ft. Wide
-Rev. Melvin Hamel. pastor .1 EST PALMETTO STREETBRADFORD

MOBILE HOMES
CALVARY BAPTIST :{ ONTROL

CON S1aUC 110N Sunday School, 10 a. m. MornIng ''I Campers and TrareltraUen COUNTY .
Wouv hlp. 11 a. m. Training
nlerrr Union, 6:30: p. m. Eveninc Service t I A avow CO. Keystone Height TELEGRAPH
7:30.: Prayer Meeting Wed.

Butler nesday. pa.tn'7:30: p. m. Rev. R. H. ::. 539 E. Call St. Starke Fla. and Lake Geneva-Ph. 473..c 20 OFFICE SUPPLIES

ONI no
I TYPEWRITERS
SERVICE 1 4 badr oomCOIUMBIAL :: Phone 984.5745 for FREE

DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH Inspections and Estimates ADDING MACHINES
BROOKKH BRADFORDABSTRACT .
-
JI WE HAVE BARRELS OFMORTGAGE Sunday School 10 a. m Mora :

O"'CII' TH''OIlOWNG Inc Worship. 11 a. m. Training CO. EDWARDS ;
LOCATIONS MONEYWe'll Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser WILLIAMS

: We'll build the home of your choice almost anywhere By building now, you'll avoid vice. 7:30.: -Rev. Lacy Conway. Grocery and Market
Fla. i the soaring costs ol new home construction And here's how you can save even ..,..-. JEWELRYOfficial Better Service For Your
32201 ; more money We'II build your new home to almost any stage ol Interior .
P. O. Box 6218 completion. You'II )realm a tremendous savings by completing some Groceries Mta1''''
Airpark
BaptlH Title Problems
3281 W. Beaver. ot the inside yourself. The more you do, aiM
t'' the more money you save. Sunday( school .::43 ajn.: Mora- Class Rings GAS AND OIL ,
Phone: 388-1383.: $&; toe Worship 11:00 sjn.: Evento Keepsake Diamonds Abstracts

Lake City, ....a. 1 sfea Worship. 7:00: p.m.; Wed BULOVA WATCHES Jack and Gladys Etwarsfe
32053 + ? vSfy Prayer Meeting and Bible 8fa dy Title Insurant
I' 1'. O. Hn" 1015; A Le t JIM WALTER COAp, seta 1 7:00: pjn. Study oa Book of 142 W. Call St. Starke U. S. 301 Sooth Stark
I 3030 F:. Duval *-** >vc I| (Motl to lh neatotl oHice) Palms Nathan Z. UodUa, 158 W. CaD Ph. 9 4- 881 PHONE 44-4311 (
SecoMeL-f-fout&Cottage I void AA.Nn.r.or. ae.i I>- *>**>*and Phone 964-7064
U. S. \ .. pastor. Everyone' Welcome.
I 90 A Oluslee I tinonclng plon P1 ot Mnd a l h t catalog
Phone' : 732.N5'8 I la-tni.n..din., Q Horn O C..se. CLAY ELECTRIC C OOPERATTVE Inc.

NAME __ __ ___ I ,
Ocala Fla. 32670 I ADOMSS I "The persona most difficult! Florida Cowtis Our Hearten Lhr Better
W Serve Ia Twelve Northeast. "Helptes
Owned Those
to convince they're By *
at retirement
3001 R. Pine St. I CITY, ___ _STATI.
Box 951 t, I'll.. 622: .SMS 1 Call, tend (the coupon or slop by today for I t.I.pA,,. "age are children at bed. EkKtrkallT"--Keystoa* Belch!.*-Phes* 474911Services .1
the new dialog and complete information. .
My pfoporty !a localao1 a. Cwnry J e. .1t'

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June 12, 1969 ,

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---- This Schedule will be repeated three times AV E 4 T
ITHERESSABy .--- during; the next 15 weeks ..


: DESSERT OISM wii/i DINNER PLATE A.t 29c wlh..vryI1 ,
: Dorothy Mill ; 990 $3 purchase*
PbMi 473-413 / I1\ 'IrCONO UL ..
? WIIrK DESSERT DISH a 29c U wilh purchAM every* r :
{lfr THllta
Hope Bnptlsl Church: t ag 4 U r __ wEEK, SAUCER a c' 29c fi o rry. .

Sunday School, 10 a.m.: 1 a 'OUIt,"
Morning Wor' .1p, 11 a.m.: P' Y r with ucli Wille_ COFFEE_CUP 67C' J _29c $3 win purcMU.V.1I. '
\Training Union 6:30: pm.; (3 puiclum* n.TN Bread& Butter
jEveing Worship 7:15: ; WednesdaY + :q f WIrlIC PLATE :, 29c U with purce.u evryT' .
I evening Prayer Service i Each week a piece of distinctive Granada dinnerware me above items
1 7:30.: with choir practice alterI .- t ri w will be featured for just 29C. For each $3 in grocery prices .In will bl sold a' these special
I ward.Revival'. 1 t ] purchases, you are entitled to one piece at this low only the weeks the Y are featur.d.
June 18-22 # price.There's: no limit with a $6 purchase you can 'DlCmdingl tobacco, liquor and liquId d./ry/ product. O S
June 16 through June 22 ia re. get 2 pieces .and so on. oD STOa
Ivival week at Hope Baptist *Cxcludlnit.tobacco,/liquor and liquid Miry product.

I Church. Rev. Edward J. Com ...-- ---- -------- --
I of Pellon, t., will be the evangelist OPEN ALL PAY WEDNESDAY'
with services beginning Quantity;' Rights Reserved-Price*Good All Week Thursday thru Wednesdoylune 12. 18COl'OH1'WINN.Dxte
I at 7:30: efceh evening. The nurs- elORte. INC,'*-!...
I ery will*e open for all services
I and a dordlal invitation Is ex- PILLSBURY SELF-KISINO OK PLAIN..LImit I W/S3.00 or mar purcha... eluding' eigar.ttee!
34-01. VAN CAMP Con STOKELY 3-Sv.ALASKA
tended to all by t.e! pastor,Rev.
I Merle Packham and member Gr. FLOUR 18. *
Beef Stew.39 Peas. 5/$1 5 49
1 ship of Hope Church. BAG
| SYMPATHYThe .
community Is saddenedby No. 1/2 Can VAN CAMP VIENNA No. 303 Can STOKELY SLICED
the death of P. C. Mabry on ULb. Pka.(Qtrt.) LAND 0' SUNSHINE..LImit 1 w/$3.0O or mar p"rch..cl".in.c la.>.:tee
June 5 at his Lake Geneva Sausage..5/l Carrots. 6/$1
home. Funeral services for Mr. . BUTTER *
69
Mabry were held Saturday No. 300 Can STOKUY CUT AO Na.303 Can STOKELYAsparagus
June 7, at Hope Baptist Church; e .
I with Rev. Merle Packham pas. 3/$1 Spinach 6/$1
tor, officiating. Interment was . 3-Lb.ConASTOR
at Oaklawn Cemetery In Jack
Na. Can STOKELY CUT Na. 30O Can VAN CAMP PORK *
sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Mabryare *
well known and loved here, Beets..8/$1; Beans 7lNo. SHORTENING. 59

Mrs.and sympathy Mabry\ ; and is tqMr.extended Mabry's to' . .

sister'and brother, Mrs. R. A. No. 303 Can STOKELY FORDHOOK LIMA 3 Can VAN CAMP PORK A
1-lb. Can ASTOR All Grind...Limit 1 Coff. of.choice W/S3.00 or mora purcha excluding clgar.tt.
Mabry Wiley of of Jacksonville Neptune Beach.and W. R. Beans. 4/$1 Beans. 5/$1 *

. . . COFFEE 49
BIRTHDAY PARTY
No. 303 Can STOKELY CUT .-...VAN CAMP BEANEE
Marty Walnwrlght' was hon. e e . .

ored surprise on his party 9th Saturday birthday afternoon witha Gr. Beans 5/$ 1 Weenees..5/l 1 1-lb. Can FOLCER'S All Grind, ..Limit 1 Coffee of choice, w/..... or more ....h... excluding. .,.......
June 7, at the Lake Bed
ford cabin of his uncle and aunt, No. 2-1/1 Can STOKELY CUT No. 300 Can VAN CAMP SPANISH *
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Triest. COFFEE 59

Games,of swimming birthday and cake refreshments and Gr. Beans 4/$1 ICICC* . . &/$ I o . . .

punch were enjoyed by about 25
friends who gathered to observethe No. 303 Can STOKEIY FRENCH STYLE 33-01. STOKEIY King Sii. BLUE ARROW.limit 1 D.t.rg.nt of choice w/$3.0O or mar.purcha. clgar.tt.

SCHOOL occasion.TRIPS Gr. Beans /$1 Gatorade 3/$1 DETERGENT : 89

Local members of the second
grade at Hampton School who No. 303 Can STOKELY Small Whole White 46-oa. STOKELY PINEAPPLE


.Friday the visited school to celebrate Florida term were Reptile the Phillip end Land and:of Potatoes. 6lNo. 1 Juice..4/$1 1 King Six. TIDE...Limit 1 Detergent of'choic w/$5.00 more purchat.eluding cgortt! ."..

Jay Faulkner and Nannette 303 Con STOKELV Whol. Kernel or Cream STYLE Colt 46-... STOKELY TOMATO
Hall. On Tuesday, local fourth DETERGENT 99
graders enjoying a weiner roastat Corn. 6/$1 Julce..4/$1 .
the Royce Joyner home in . .
Hampton were Carol Ann Hall.
Ricky Brown, and Richard HaiL.
GET WELL WISHES
To Mrs. Dewitt Hersey, who
at this writing is a patient at
Bradford County Hospital in
Sarke.

PERSONALS "-atr STOKELV
Mrs. Merle Packham. Jr., of FRESH PRODUCEs

Salt Springs, spent last week TOMATO CATSUP 5/ $ 1.
with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall BLISS
while Mr. Packham attendedthe . . *

National Guard encamp. No. 3.1/1 Can SLICED OR HALVES POTATOES 10 ,79

ment.Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Camp] o.John' Y.C.; 'PEACHES 3/89* FANCY GOLDEN BANTAMCORN .:
returned to their home In .1
*
.
Miami last Thursday after a tee e e 10 EARS69
two-week visit with her parents, No. . .
303 Can STOKEIY


Mr.van's vans Overnight and brother-in-law Sunday Mrs.guests Marlon were of Mrs.and the Sullivan.sister.Sulli-Sulli FRUIT= COCKTAIL . a 5/$1. PEACHES SWEET JUICY OA. RED ::""":. 4 LBS. $1.


Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Holder of VINE RIPENED "JUMBO"CANTALOUPES
LakE! Wales. 2/79*
Misses Debbie and Monty Hall
of Palatka visited 'Misses Carol
FRESH FIRM HEADS

and Sunday Nannette visitors Hall of Monday Rev. and USDA GRADEACE LETTUCE. 2 HEADS 49*

Mrs. Merle Packham and Matthew . .
were :Mr. and Mrs Bill QUICK FROZEN W-D BRAND FRESH FIRM
Phillips and Billy, of !Middle-
burg: Miss Karen Breeden; Mr. BROAD BREASTED YOUNG TENDER CABBAGE..2HEADs39(
and Mrs. Joe Hagen of Baldwin;
and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dodd. 1-Lb. BASKET SALAD
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivan
of Palatka visited her parents. TOMATOES 29
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivan . . .
and their son, Percy Jr.
and family, Saturday. IN *
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kersey of Turkeys CUCUMBERS 5/39
Jacksonville visited Mrs. Ker .
sey's aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. L. K. Chllds, on Sunday
A guest of the Chllds1 last Wednesday FROZEN FOODS
was her nephew, J. M.
(McClelland, of Ocala.
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Half Gal. THRIFTY MAID
Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr. and AND UP .
ICE MILK. 39
Rusty were her parents. Mr. . . .
and Mrs. Marshall Strickland of
Florahome, and her brother-
in-law and ,sister, Mr. and Mrs. TOpwpi'G..2I.
Elmer Fulghum Jr. of Palatka.Mr. .
and Mrs. Harold Mills Jr.
MEAT DEPT. SPECIALS 8-01. OCOMA CHICKEN BEEF OR TURKEY
and children, of Atlantic Beach
were Saturday visitors of his
father Harold Mills; aunt Miss '.WHITE "I.\.NPIES.\ . 5/$1.
Dorothy Mills, and cousins, Mr. 13-ai.
and Mrs. Percy Sullivan Jr. and & <
Rusty. Lori, Jason and Todd remained SLICED BACON PKG. 9 ORANGE JUICE 3TFROZEN
for week's and
a visit
Jason spent Sunday, Mondayand . . FROZEN FRENCH FRY
0' SEA
aunt Tuesday Mr. and with Mrs.his Percy uncle Sulli and POTATOES..5 LB. 89'MORTON

van. at Palatka. FISH CAKES 3/l. BAG
THINK: 'ABOUT IT ALL V."MO.
Fran> ln D. Roosevelt, 1940: ee . ee e

"We us have over(had and the over lesson again before WAD BRAND LEAN ..Plus 100 Fr.. Stamp wcouponGROUND FRUIT I PIES I . 3LB. /$1.1

natlorj! that were not ready and .
were unable: to get ready found BEEF..5 PKG. $249
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r .. .. 4 for a month, while Larry returned Meek of Keystone.My ,l ;
on Sunday. Mrs. Win- mother, Mrs. James It will eat you up, f.'

INDIAN BEACHLake dom of Wildwood was also a Chltty, and Pete and Joyce Bar- So you'd better beware.Its .
guest of the Norwoods. ton attended funeral servies old friend Cancer,

Ralph and Jewel Pederson of for Mrs. Clemmie Greek In Can sneak up anywhere. ,

I ( Santa Fe) Jacksonville were down at their Jacksonville last Thursday.Mrs. .
: By: Michael H. Chltty lake home for the weekend. Greek was the mother of Cancer can kill you .

? Phone 475-1612 Fred and Vera Swearingen one of our dear neighbors, Mrs. Before you know it's begw.

: .1-1 were in Jasper on Sunday visit Corlne Thieman, who lives in It works on your Inside

ing Veras mother Mrs.Mathls. Jacksonville during the week. Especially your lung.
Shirley and Dolph Reddishand
Melrose Boy Scouts will be She has our deepest sympathy.And *
children of Starke were Fri Now you know it can kill you.
at Baden Powell Camp, July 13 now let's hear from
day night supper guests of her So with It do
to Leeon, who has some thoughtson why you play'lIt
s. kv parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. 19.Pete a timely subject kills so many people,
1r
Carpenter. and Joyce Barton spent Every single day.
Nancy and Dicky Youngbloodand
the weekend with Billy and LEEON'S CORNER
daughter are visiting the So If
want to
you live
Elizabeth Noegel at their homeon "Tobacco"
Robert Laniers for a few days A haoov life vet.
the Oklawaha River and did ( And
Its Friend)
s and Richard and Lucille Lanier All that nasty tobacco.

of Jax, his parents,are spendingthe some fishing. You had better forget..
James and Mr. Tobacco is
week with them. RobertIs Boyd party, ,
on vacation this week. and Mrs. Roland J. Finley and A filthy weed.

r rG Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Eddy and party, the Hartley family, the From old Satan
r I five children of Atlanta, Ga. Johns family, and Mingle familyare Came the seed.It EZEBASE TTPEWBITEK
all spending this week at PAPER. Mln-.eo Paper Bond
are spending! th week with Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Norwood. Larry Griffin's Lodge. robs your pocket, I>p r. Notebook FUlew.6

Norwood and wife flew down Sunday guests of the Chittys And burns your clothes.It ttradforl' CMinty Telegraph.
Included: Russ and Jean Pierce makes a chimney,
from Washington on Saturday,
; ;. and Mrs. Norwood will remain of Gainesville, and Becky Of your nose.



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S. flag that has flown the Capitol Building in Washington -. used In dedication; ceremonies Sunday. Hampton Scouts raise I D I D j Selection of slits.WROUGHT.

D.C. was presented to the new Hampton Post Office and the flag' as the crowd sings the National Anthem. cosh t tarry .V
CP is CP 15

BUILDINGMATERIALS I 3-' x. 2-lx'-+ IRON RAILING-
Hampton Post Office Is Dedicated '"


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"In the last five ;years, the congressman said. the program, Mr. Huthnanceand deficit financing, ana cnanges 124)
Fuqua also told the 150 per- that have been recommended by t
Atlanta region has had more Rep. Fuqua, spoke briefly. ;
sons gathered for the dedicationthat President !Nixon and now before 2415'
postoffices built than any other Mr. Huthnance told the originof Ji "
region in the United States," for the first time since he the term "post office" -- Congress CENTERS I i ,
Ed Huthnane, postal service has been in Congress a real saying that in England, where Rep. Fuqua presented a flag i ;

officer from Jacksonville, said effort has been made at tax were illiterate, colored which has flown over the US
many
Sunday at the Hampton Post- reform. The congressman usedas posts designated the road, and capitol building in Washington, I I Use in..ide 01outsido 99 C

office dedication.Don an example the much pub- the office at the end of the D. C., and the raising of colors HARDBOARD : i Euiy
:
Fuqua, U. S. Represen- licized millionaires who pay no road was where the mail was was by Boy Scouts Billy I i to iiijtull: Im. ft.Sta. .

tative from the second congres- federal income tax. dispensed.The Beam, Bruce and Kevin Ban- \ x4'x8" $1.99 -iii .
.
"I appreciate thoughtsas non of I Keystone Heights Troop ] J D0 a\
your I ._
sional district, spoke of tax first post office in the I I I ..
they come to Fuqua 105. :
problems facing the US govern- you United States, he said, was !in ? 'x4'x8 I I VA FLOOR TILE-
said, "I hope you will use $2.9
ment, and said in this connect- this fine new facility here to a tavern in Boston, and mail Edward Saxon, Hampton city temp I ,
ion that post offices built and was put in an old empty beer councilman, led in singing the std. $3.68' CP US I im-s I j : '
let me know about them. .1" x4 8'
x
owned by private enterprise, .
keg, where travelers worldcheck national anthem and pledge to .
Mrs Mary Williams, Hampton ,. .
as Hampton's, pay taxes and postmaster, welcomed the and take any mail alongin the flag, and gave the bene- '1.: x dxa txi- .h' V
are not a drain on the pub- whichever direction they I'
diction. $
more than 200 guests to the temp. $4.69$ ""- ;/
lic pocketbook.One .... ..
From this the
begin- the
dedication Sunday afternoon were going. Following program, '.a"'x4'x tJ" c t +1Remodel::: Your Bath Now! -.
he likes about the
thing audience
US service has and
ning, the postal band, speakers r:
held in the shade of the De-
U. S. postal system, Fuqua Waters pecan grove adjoiningthe grown to today's 700,000 em- toured the new building. Re- pegboard .. $3.39 =.': ; 3 PIECE BATH SET (: "
said, is its recognition that
ployees, of which Hampton has freshments of punch and cake 1 "
12"x 12
The Brad- ,4'xR
new post office. V
U ijJJ
communities like
small rural
,
Williams JoAnne Debbi Hicks
four--Mrs. ; were served by
ford High School band, directedby .
Hampton, can have the same !Hicks, clerk; Bessie J. Was- and Phyllis Griffin. pegboard. $5.15 I 9 5
Dean Cassels, played beforehand '
t.pemail; service as large cities din, rural carrier; and Thelma The new bronze plaque on the I .: 6 9 Installs, quickly over any
while people were '
such as Jacksonville and New gathering for the event, and Broughton, substitute rural front of Hampton's post office INTERIORPLYWOOD : ii. "niootliuifcico Easy to clean

York City. also the carrie building reads: "This building and l long| 'lusting
during programthefirst
"For the same sixcentstamp dedicated public service 1969, .
t1v
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you people here get the same time in the memory of Both Rep. Fuqua and Mr. Richard M. Nixon, president of :% ........ Includes tub, toilet and lava-
valuable service as anywherein many that Hampton!has had a Huthnane spoke of the problemof the United States, Winton M. /4"x4'x8'sis s lory. Toilet and lavatory are SIDINGS

the United States," the band The playing two main in town speakers for the Post Office Department's Blount, postmaster general." $3.63 '- made of finest vitreous 8" clear heart I

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Early History Of Post OfficeBy 3/3" X 4' X 8' Piping and Faucets Not Included' 6);-( ) Y. P. "Novelty"

I' Hampton sis!.r $4.95.. ,...... ,..,. v' ., # 105 ................... 10 Vtt I. ft.

Mrs. D.B. HilliLtmpton's '/2" 4' 8' ASK ABOUT OUR EASY -- 8" (!!)! Y P. Novelty:

class and this reflects that were 153:: :: ooxes, Mrs. imams X X MONTHLY # ...:.....-..... ... 14'hcl.ft.sls .
fourth post- Idoncy,
buinesses and homes built dur-
office was established in 1882, custom -- Allen was Repub- says, compared to 220 in the $6i56.PAYMENT PLAN UP TO 24 MONTHS TO PAY 4' 8'-Gro v.d
until with 190 A few
rented.
ing the prosperous years new
nearly 11 years before the town lican, Ilaynes, Democrat. In
Masonite $8.00
the 1920's. It was burned to years ago, the box area in the per pc.
of Hampton was incorporated. 1897 Allen again was named
the ground in February 1938, old building was renovated, and GroovedMasonic.
Probably this "Christmaspresent" postmaster, until April 1913. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT
when three two-story homes new boxes were installed as ,....,.....
(it was Dec. 28, 1882)) Andrew .J. Mmmo vvis thenap- i $9.00 ,per pee
fewer than 100 of the old boxes
was located In the store of pointed to the post, until July also were completely destroyedby UNTIL
9:00 PM
fire. Briefly, after that, were in usable shape for mail, Charge it : 12"x16'WOOD -
Blanton and Cameron, the 1919, when his daughter, EuniceA. ,
ClaudeMay's
in she said.
town's!! first merchants. Will- (Ada) Mimmo became post- the postoftice was
store, then the "canning" IIa.npton's new brick-faced
iam 13. Young was the first post master, and reinsured in the GRAINED
building was rearranged, building has 900 feet To Install
master, until Nov. 12, 1844, post until 1941. H. B. Wiggins squire Springtime Easy
with the local women's can of space, compared to about 600 .
and was also listed In an early served as postmaster from COUNTER: TOPP3NG
ning equipment moved to the in the other building -- with
history as pastor of the Christ- 1941-52, and his daughter, Mrs.
back, and the postoffice set truck loading area at the back,
CABIN COLONIAL
Ian Church ((1885). He is
Williams since Decem-
Mary in the front. This cement and paved parking alongside. : Square
up :1 1
credited with betrlnni'XJt'ijrir' :
ber 1 1932.
church and school here, the The, appointment wasn't worth block building is next door to The working area for Mrs. ioaaj .:..... ........1 ,,'510( ) Fool
the old postoffice vacated last Williams and her assistant, .. -fr l
school Lake Navarre Ac- .r -a'l 88S3
being
much financially in those early '
this latter built by the Mrs. JoAnne (Hicks, is nearly '
--
ademy.Marion N'. Blanton waj post- years, :Mr.: for Young the received first six$29.79.A months :!-. ;year city in 1946, for this purpose. doubled, and equipment, except _4_____._._,. 1:r1d: 30" x C' ...... $6.00 ea. J 1 y Req.I 2

On July 1, 1945 Hampton post- for the safe is new. .97
master from 1884 to September, separate building was con- office became third class, but Landscaping with petunias in 36" x.' ..... 7.20 ea. '
1889 and M. ,Allen followed I c
Joseph structed for the postoffice not
for four then Bun- dropped back again to fourth the front brick planter, azaleas F\: t 10' 7.50ea. j / 4' x
yean long after its establishment, class and has remained for 15 and other shrubs along each'' I I 30" x ... 1t :: x 7'I I
for four
berry Haynes years. located on what is now the lawn 1, r
this classificationbased side, and a flower bed of pet-
I t This was when it was between the Tracy Jones and K. years -- from unias and other annuals by the \ 36" x 10' .... 9.00 ea. Resists scuffs, marks stains.
on postal revenue
customary for postmasters to B. Watterson homes. It was I Spring is all round you when
booth have "dres-
fees ,
order .elephone
*-'or box rents, money SOLID VINYL I
when Democrats
change this that met the walls
building same yell Are paneled. And
and stamp sales.In sed up" the building in thq
Republicans won the pres- fate as mostofllanpton'sfinestservinrof American Lauan
Early paneling
FLOOR TILE
the old postoffice there months since the staff movedin
adds a fresh, healthy charm to
in December. +l : any room your roomlSquare !
-I ,___________" this'promotion".-- \ L 12" x 12" 21 ( y
out the basic building blocksprovided of Mr. "
"The Air Force promotion! Gary D. Waters son ea. % x 4 x 8-Ft. Rustic Antique
by his! parents. I am and "'Mrs James W. Waters of LET WEST HELP YOU
NEWS ABOUTSERVICE system, and:s a highly selective process happy to Inform you of your Lawtey, has been promoted to Installs easily and quickly Maple .V. 5.67
the
only most
qualified son's promotion and to tell youI .pay grade E-2 under an Army over any smooth surface.

individuals are chosen to am proud to have him under policy Incentive to outstanding: \i Striking' patterns. Easy to

MEN criteria advance considered 1 in grade. Among in selectingyour the my supervision" trainees. clean.: Great: buy! See Our Wide Paneling Selection


son for promotion were

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ance leadership and his military NOWSTOCKING ADJUSTABLE EXPANDER
CM\RLES DRY RICK WE ARE
RECEIVES: PKOMOTIOV: bearing. The selection of .. SHOWER \ EXTRUDED ALUMINUM
Charles for promotion is Indicative
Mr. and Mrs Denver R. Derrick \\ SCREEN DOORS
of the tremendous Job
of Starke have been noti- STALLS
he is doing for the Air Force.
Two Pane
fied of the promotion of their
"Your son's achievement j365
reflects
son, Charles, to the grade of Screen
great credit: upon himself ,
sergedjit: in the U. S. Air Force. \ Door frame "'.d'd
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The letter of notification from
tribute to his sound upbringing. STARTERS 3 4 \ heavy guage aluminum. Indlvldu-
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While the Air Force strives to ually screened sections; 6-in. kick-
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; to copy of your of the .above syled. Court nn orbefore Defendant. .
required NOnCE OF SALE Paled *\il.
Inmates Draw written detensea,.lf any, to It on In The Clronlt Cease O( MerMit.Klalith July 14. 1989 : and If you Notice Is hereby given. Dormant ,. 8th day 'of June CALL FOR BIDS drip" feature regardless of out
Barton T. Douglaa.. Attorney. for judicial cirmlt. Im An*. fall to do so a Default Judgment to a Final Judgment. of Charles A. Pa/rhy" The Board Of County Commissioners put.I.: Formuatli metered of new
Plaintiff whose address Is Poet For will be taken against you
llrndford : June
Ceusty.C.e Foreclosure and Sale dated > C" nr.PJR A. DAnDY, Clerkof ) Of Bradford County
i Office Drawer 1828. Gainesville.Florida N... for the relief demanded In the 6 1981. entered In Civil Action&a. said Circuit CourtNOTtTB Florida Will Receive. Sealed Bide type flow-control. and
9. Heater fuel system
Terms S2801. and tile origin A. LOU ran VICKRHY. puin- Complaint and thereafter said. No. GOt nf the Circuit It 1.11 At 8 P. M. on June 19. 1969 In controlledby
Pnson 'al with the Clerk of the abovestyled tiff will proceed Ex parte.Witness formulation system
-vs. ROY WIUDUR VJCK- cause Court of' the RUrhth JudicialCircuit the Courthouse In Stark. JTlor-
valves.
; 12 volt D. S. solenoid
July -
Court before ERI seat
on or DefendantNOTICE my hand and the In and for Bradford Ida For The FollowlnT.SPECIFICATIONS.
U, 1969: and If you fall to do of said Court on this Bth day of Ffnrlda, wherein. TUB OF ENTION' !< TO 10. Maximum. weight 'of unit
'.0 a Default Judgment will be Juno. A. D. 1989. at Btsrke.Florida. Oountv niOI!lTKR FICTITIOl'M! IWAMB 175 Iblt. (L. P. Model)
AM' NDII'JD' ] OIF ""''1' DANIA BANK a Florida bank- Generator Capable of usable all
II. Machine equipped with
Union Co.Two you for TO ROY .... Is and .. fort from 10 gallons to
In airlined 1ltrDroa : WIUUUR V1CKBRV. ) IilaD.fnd: unJerelrnrthr u drrvthtDrovlr output the necessary Instruments Including
lit a cau epw Post Office Box 73 ORAL Charles) A. Darby: TFDoD that I .will BTOHAM.sell. to the hlghnatbidder lone of Chanter 20.953 Law of 60 2.gallons Generator per Is hour.a compact unit pressure gauges, thermocouple -
ceed Ex parte. College Park Maryland 10740)) As Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn for canh at the) front door Florida. Art: if 1941. will re.gl.ter potere pyrometer and am
State Prison Inmates WITNESS my hand and the You Are Hereby. Notified that and for Bradford' County., nf the Bradford County Courthouse with the Ci..rk of the Circuit d by Wisconsin 7.2S H. P. air- meter. .
control! for
re. 2ndday 13. Remote on.Than
seal of said Court on this Florida at Court In and for Bradford with S
custodyof Florida
an action for a divorce : In Starke, cooled engine equipped .
ceived maximum sentences of June, A. D. 1969. at Beulah M. County, Florida, receipt of operation
ol the parties' child Plaintiffs) Byt MoodyA. 11:00: o'clock A. M., on the Slrd upon 12 volt .starter-generator.
Btarke Florida. fee and and costs of Deputy Clerk 19119 the followingdescribed .' proof of publication of this notice foe.o 13. One 15 PSI pressure! regulator
.10 following trials attorney of June .
years at : day
SEALCharles :L. p. fun to be a Leco 10
the
( I.n tt ".1 forth flntltloua name of Karl'sGarage .
this suit to bepald> by you hasbuea property as set aeparatmfrom ) .
Lake Butler Monday. A. Darby ....... under which: I am engaged fo..r..r equal|
and :
A* Clerk of the Circuit Court In filed against ;you you In said 12 andn3 Block Cone In bu..ln..u at Starke Florida.A. enengine Ignition. Will Pay Cash noon Delivery.The .
Imposing the sentences on are required to nerve a copy ofyour 1m The Clrralt Court Kltk' .h Lots I. 7. 4t Board. Reserves The
Joseph Troncoso and Donald toe for Bradford County. FlorBy to It on written Barton defenses.T. Douglas If any.At. Bradford Judicial Coo Clrcvlt ty, ;".And. cf.t lotto tTnlt In I.Plat according Book 9. Paa-to .platrnconfed .14. Starke C., Mlddleton.Florida, Hole Itt ovrner.8 Box 222.: 190 C. F. M. at 2 P. Edmond Wines was Circuit Beulah M. Moody, ads Dated this 10th day of Juno :Ride."
torney for Plaintiff whose < Action Ne. tlivl Public Record of Bradford B. Heater air Jacketed.
.A* Deputy: Clerk dress. Is Poet Office Drawer 1231Gainesville Florida. Including all A. D. 1969 at Starke, BradfordCounty Heater and engine fueled (SEAT.)
Judge e.
Court George Patten. THE DANfA BANK County ,
6-5 4t I.IS and Florida, Charles A. Darby!
Florida 3301. annurtenan- Gas
and L. P.
Troncoso was! found a Florida banking-porporattoiu lanprnvemento III 4t T.2wwwww by Charles A. Darby, Clerk
: guiltyof tUG the original with the Clerk Plaintiffvs' TED D. BIQHAM, thereto 1. Fog nozzle with!.special "no fllSmmmmmm
6-6 21
the charge of possession ofa -
weapon by a state prisoner. --------a-------------------------__ ..---1-- --- ._
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The matter was investlaged bya I .
grand jury for a possible mur
der indictment but the jury IiIi


bill.Wines returned was a verdict found of guilty no true of i I Ii s CHUCK I rII !i


assaulting a state officer JohnC. I I I I I

Tye Jan 20. Tye suffered -' I I I
severe throat injuries. I I

Trial of Rufus George char-

ged with first degree murder ROAST i

was set for June 18 after George i i i
entered a plea of not guilty. RIB ROUND or BONELESS SHOULDER ;
indicted the ,
George by grand I FAIR I
jury on May 26 for the shotgun
slaying of Henry Jones, Jr. I II FOOD FAIR I I

on April 24 In Lake Butler. II

their:Two minds other defendants and entered changed pleasof i i 5c SUPERMARKETS@ i


guilty guilty.to possession John Gordon of a wea pled I 1 1 B i

pon by a state prisoner and was I I I
sentenced to one year. :

Curtis Mapp Jr., pled guiltyto I I II I
the charge of escaping from I I U.S. CHOICE BEEF CHUCK
I

the sentenced Reception to eight Center months.and was I FOOD FAIRQUALITY $. I I STEAK u,68* I I II

Trail of Daniel R. Dennison I I . . II I II
was set for today, June 5.
He is charged with shooting into I U.S. CHOICE CROSS RIB I Merchants I

a dwelling two counts of break I U S DEPT OF AGRICULTURE I I I FREE TOO! I

ing and entering, and assault ROAST .88* GRIEN: TAMre
with intent to murder. I I . . I I

IILiLIHI 1 I U.S. CHOICE CALIFORNIA I I

At Ceiy oJ..*.'. C..rt. I. *.. I I I I
fir, Bradford Conntr. Florid GOOD THURSDAY
In rat E.t.t..of WILLIS JON- ROAST..e.ee.LB88 I THRUPRICES 18th I
US. JR Deceased. I I JUNE

All NOTICE creditors TO of CREDITORS Willis! Jones.Jr. I -w-- LB I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I

.. who died on May 1, 1869, I II I I
while a resident of Bradford
County Florid., are notified
that tnu'.re required to turn
any claims or demands that they
may have. against his estate In PICK-0-THE-CHICK
the Otj Ice of the County Judge BONELESS AZALEA OLD TYME
of Bradford County Florida In
the Courthouse at Starke. FlorIda / FRYER
/within six calendar month ENGLISH CUT KNOCKWURST- THICK SLICEDBACON
from cite, date of the first publication -
of the notice. Each claimor
must be In wrltln COMBINATION PACKAGE
dd ::tfn duplicate, and must
state the place of residence. and
>t-ofttce. address.. of the claim- 12ozPKG
ant and be sworn *> the
his
or attorney ,000 FAIa .
claimant, his agent
or It will become told / 69

according May!14th.to 11969.Cleveland r.s.cxoicE DRUMSTICKS, THIGHS

Durham A BREASTS WITH RIBS
S. M. DanielsCoAdministrators
of the estate


of Attorney By Willis: ,Oeorne Jones for the H.Jr.Plere E.tat.II.U U .jf PE ALL DAY WEDNESDAY:


i

t.EO-'L NOTICH FYNETASTESLICED FLASft FROZEN fREEZER QUEEN PREPARED FdODS BYGREENDELL

Notice Is hereby! given that on
the 14th day of June 1569[ begln- OCEANSHRIMP SALISBURYSTEAK -
aping; at 13 noon at community
center Town of Broolc. County -
of Bradford State of Florida OR If/ lEEF STEW
will be Bold l *"*
tax sale certificates
described land BACON si OK VIUPARMIAGIANA
on the following MEAT LOAF
herein set opposite the same,
together with all costs of such SHELL ONPKG
.ale and all advertising.Lot /
1 a of Blk t of Corllota ;
8-D Unit 1 r 1.29RICE
August C. Marrero 401J liar.rtnr -
Rd. Metstre. La. 70001 $5.60
SW4 oflSWM of. SWM t AIn
> SB: Cor of SW14 of 8WK ex
1\-W-
Southern Oil ft ChemIcal C r.
116 St NT, NT 1200 H9
rMoof NW% e* 1A of RYSouthern
.s R-W- FLAVORKIST
011" Chemical, } Co.>> FAMILY SIZE
115 Broad St. N.Y. N. Y. I22.EO Pantry LIBBY'SCORN
Ul >'' Pride
ASST FLAVORS
5-11 4t 6-11

CANNEDDRINKS PEACH ARONIIIF JELLOGELATIN PSUIIri* yoss T MIXES


SHERIFF'S SALtil ICE CREAM CHICKEN OH SPANISH DESSERTS WYLfHS.30
l'fOTlC1l! ENVILOPIS17oi
.
ohBradrordRCount .
.. I.
Notice. grlv n that WHOtl KfSNIl OR C |AM STV1I
as underand
'F1"rlda.<
by virtue of Writ of Execution 1 2 GAL
3/25
to-wlt' : 5/l
Rma.ll
Execution issued" out of CANS
Claim Court of Bradford Coun
C,. Florida pursuant to a Final
Judgrement for Southern Discount
Company of Rtarke. Florida
and aralnst. Walter Brownand



.possession ed with the Have D. amount..Ellea r costs..nnal.. seized of'Brown oropertylto-wltt of collection.(344.and defendant.00 have together In "my"In)e i CHASE &. Pantry PrideGIANT Vai/ / k 8ak rg! FRESH CRISP i j II



No.1980 46 Title-Ford W1R31 No.Station', IT 6917051As No.Wagon.OAI2W141914 Tag- III "IN TMI laO" ICE BURG i iI


Monday the defendant the property 23rd. day of and. the-of that abovenamed June on, SANBORN 11/2 IB. SN6wicMSLICI/ !


Bradford aid lUg at day twelve County on the o'clock premises Jail. I Noon.will of the offer on WHITE 1 i iI

for bidder ale for and cash soil. In to hand the highest the I COFFEE i LETTUCE I

.above/described. .. property of said 419ft

defendant. -Execution.to satisfy the aforesaid I unw, Iiau I BREAD 1 I

.
P. D. Reddish I
P. D. ,Redrtlsh. Sheriff I
Bradford County, Florida 5-29 It .lfKOTTCB I III
; SAVE rte FRESH BAKED a I '_


Notice! OP Is hereby.SHERIFF'S given Sheriff that BAtH orBradford I.. II new CAN LB 5. I APPLE PIES.q..q..38* ( 19 I II

P. D. Reddish County as Florida. under SAVE 17 .PKGS OF 8.ICED ASSORTED II


and Execution Florida by, to-wtt virtue' pursuant I Issued:of of Bradford Writ out to of ot a Final Small Execution I LIMIT. WITH 5.00 OR MORE ORDER I SWEET BUNS.."..""........ 3/$11 l| ,- I iF000


ty Cunningham
D.
Judgement for Richard
d-b-a of KeystoneHeights
,
Florida, and againstClarence FANCY NEW
and Veto. raoziN THI 'SIAIfHINC" 6 A5< ELSEWHERE
defendant. In VAN CAMP'SSAUSAGE HPT LAROf NOT OIANT FROM FLORIDA
'Gilbert, U.S. FANCY GOIDEN
with
FAIR
amount of 1183.11 together GERBER'SBABY YELLOWONIONS
of collection KING SIZE
'coots Have seised and have In my: SWEETCORN
described
personal following to-wlt: ORANGEJUICE
19IS7 Pontlac property Station Wagon, FAB or FOOD

ID un No.Florida W751H17I57 Tag No.of the 4SW-117I above) COLD POWER

As the defendant property and that on,
named' the 13rd day of .Jun.. All STRAINIDVAB.IITII
Monday o'clock Noon on SAND
.IMt.At twelve of the) ONLY
on the premises JUICIS 1O/59
Bradford County Jail. I will offer 6oz
for sale and sell to the highest the- CANS
hand
wader described for rope ,. of said
above
aforesaid -
.defendant to satisfy the
Execution.
P. D. ReddishP.
D. Reddish Sheriff
Bradord County FJ 99d41
8-19 RIO OK HARD TO HOLD

> BANOUETI SALAD

'Ta Tie Clrvsil Court Of PlevMsuIghth HALOHAIR FRENCH
Jadlelnl. Ctwrmlt, Im Aadl. .
.. Bradford Co..ty.._ N..
I I I POTATOES |

>I A.I*,-vs.LOUISE Defendant.ROY VICKERY WILBUR VICKZ PI.lnll -- SPRAY BLADES DINNERS FRIES TOMATOES

NOTICE Of SUIT
TO: hOT WILBUR VICKERY 13oz
You Are Hereby Notified that 49 EACH
aa ootloa for a divorce, custodyof CAN I ,
the parties' child namely: ONLY
Kristine Pamela Vlckery. support
for said child Plaintiff1*
attorney fee and costs of this
Milt Vo be paid by you, has been
filed:again**. you and ;you are
is June 12. 1969 TELEGRAPH Page 15




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Awards MadeAt


KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ..- MELROSE ,


Graduation

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-KeystoneHilifes- _TMrty; four Seniors of Key- Superintendent of Schools for
[ Belote Wins Little League Title stone Heights High School --- high scholastic averages wentto
I' largest graduating class In Its Patricia Cox, John Harvey,
history -- received diplomas in Gina Massa and Sharon Bran

I PleaM Phone in Your Items 473-4 USKINDERARTEN With\ Near Perfect RecordThe commencement exercises in the non.A.
8-1 high school gym last Friday challenging address to the

night. graduates was delivered by Rev.

: PROGRAM Clay County Shrlners, presentedhis Keystone Heights Little less fielding of the Volunteers. Highlighting the program was Alfred Durrance, pastor of

"Girl! In The Toy Shop" W3.Sthe wife Vesta with a trophy she League finished their final Turknett and Bill Beam accounted L the presentation awards, cer- Grace Episcopal Church, Ocala.
theme for the program pre- won for the recent Shriner's game of the season on Saturday for the Volunteer hits. 4Shower tificates, and scholarships to Daryl Johnston, president of
sented by the 27 graduates of tournament held at the local with Belote Drugs the champIons Losing pitcher Bret Cole allowed outstanding members of the the Senior Class: Patricia Cox

Mrs. Kenneth Hesketfs Private club. 1 and the Volunteers In sec. the Volunteer's only two Given For Miss WarrenAt class. Valedictorian; and John Harvey,
Patricia Louise Cox, class Salutatorian, brought timely
evening.
Thursday ond place.
May School 29. A on special featur.e of the led Social the group Chairman In .singing Ray Farrls"Hap Scales defeated Cunningham's hits.The won lost records for the Bridges Home on Lake GenevaUnder Valedictorian scholarship, ,based won on the highest PTA and messages audience.to their classmates

was a song and choreography 7-0 In the first game. Scales' season are as follows: Belote.
program py Birthday" to S. E.
McKay:
scolastic average for her class, Graduates receiving their diplomas
entitled "Rhythm In pitcher Tom Smart struck out 8-1 Volunteer's 5-4 silver candelabra flanking the
on his 39th (?) anniversary.Bret ; : Cunning a dainty pink organdy and the Woman's Club scholar- from SuperintendentJesses
My: Nursery Rhymes." with Cole Bcbby Hayes, Mickey 14 batters and picked up two ham's Gulf, 3-6; and Scales Grocery parasol, trimmed In rosebuds large crystal punch bowls, ship. She also received four Tynes were: Ralph

Mrs. Steve Moore as narrator. Brokas. Stephen Brokas. and !hits In three trips to the plate. 2-7. the guest of honor. Miss Carol which were surrounded by gar separate awards for English, Baker, Tracy M. Baker Vic-
with the assistance Other hitters for Scales were On June 14 at 6 Belotes of lands of fern and gladioli.
Paschal Carr. Edwin Baker played Sunday In p.m. Ann Warren, daughter Mr. Mathematics, Social Studies, tor A. Bannister, Jeffrey L.
of Leonard Carr and Rusty the qualifying round of the Jody Smart. Ricky Baker, and will play the All-Stars, a team ond Mrs. J. William Warren. The bride-elect's colors of and Science. Batts, Sharon M. Brannon, Arlo

Sumpter, presented the student3 North Central Florida 21 Clubat Mike Logsdon. chosen from the remaining was showered with miscellaneous pink and white were carried out Other awards presented were: R, Cook Patricia L. Cox Rich-

with their certificate the Gainesville! Golf & Coun- Cunningham's team was held three teams. Selected All-Star gifts by 40 guests, and presented In the refreshments.Mrs. Spanish -- Gina Massa ard F. Denmark, Deborah Ann

TEEING OFF try Club.ROTARY. to two hits a double by Gerry members Include Larry Turk with a pink corsage of Bachmann and Mrs. Editor Yearbook -- Sharon Dey, Helen Ann Doyle, Mar-
On Sunday afternoon the tournament CLUB Keeth and a .single by Dave nett, Kevin Bannon, Darrell carnations.The Grolick presided at the two Brannon. shall C. Gallop Jr., John M,

committee sposored an Rotarian S. E. McKay was Thacker. Thacker started on White Bruce Bleasdale Bill lovely bridal shower was tables, while Mrs. Wallenlus ser Outstanding Athlete -- Mike Harvey, Thomas C. Hawes,Eu-

18-hole low ball tournament for featured speaker for the club the mound for Cunningham's, Beam, Dave Thacker, Tim hosted by Mrs. Roy Bridges on ved as photographer and assisted Murrhee gene Hickey, Roderick Hutch-

members of the local club. Full on Memorial Day and presented and was relieved by Gould- Head Mark Barker, Larry Friday, May 27, at her homeon in serving, as did Mrs. Activities .. Daryl Johnston. ison, Diana Lynn Ilgen, DonaldW.

handicaps were used. an Interesting talk on the origin thrope In the fifth. Gouldthrope, Tom Martin, Ray Lake Geneva. Cohostesseson Cook who fashioned the pink American Legion -- Sharon Ilgen, Daryl H. Johnston,

Team members Kitty Martin. and traditions normally associated In the night game, Belote Farris, Darrell Grace, Torn this occasion were Mrs. Alex parasol and was originator of Brannon and Marshall Gallop Lynn C. Jordan, David Knep-

Ray Farrls and Marty Martin with this holiday. It was sporting an 8-0 record, was Smart, Mike Wingate and Jody Gaunt, Mrs. Charles Wallenlus. the party games. Mrs. Gaunt Jr. per, Martha Kuvkendall. GaryJ.

came in first place after match- Interesting to note ha his holi- handed its first defeat of the Smart. Mrs. Albert Bachmann, Mrs. assisted the hostess In planningthe American Legion Auxllary- ._. Lelno John W. McGrath.

Ing cards with golfers Vesta day was Jus recognized as a legal year by the Volunteers, with a Belote's will be presented tha Walter Grolick, and Mrs. James refreshments. Gary Leino and Lynn Jordan."I :Bonnie i S. McLean William W,
Aiken Joe Wildt and Charlie. national holiday last year. final score of 2-0. league trophy Saturday, precede Cook. Special guests included Car Dare You" Award--Diane MasonGeorginaassa: Glynn

McGlave. Last Friday, local pharmacist Larry Turknett pitched a no- ing the AU-Star game at the Preceding the unwrapping of ol's mother. Mrs. William Warren Ilgen and John Harvey. R: Mooneyham. Michael Mur-

In a blind drawing for partner Bill Belote was the guest .speak hitter backed up by the flaw- City Hall Field.NEWS gifts, which were placed on a and her grandmother, Mrs. Rotary Scholarship -- Char- rhee, Clifton F, Passwater,
q to determine a low gross er, and was Introduced by pro- white covered table, on which Nettle Smith. Mrs. Austin Littleof main (Mimi) Float. Peggy M. Shaughnessy, RogerJ.
team. Kitty Martin. WaUy Muni- Jacksonville the house Lions Club Scholarship -- Wilma P. TIdes, and
gram chairman Dr. Phil Par- the pink parasol was the central was Smith,
hofer and Joe Petrock were first Services Held motif, several party games and guest of Mrs. Grolick, and the Gina Massa. Larry Lee Williams.

with a score of 71. son.Belote explained to the RotarIans For Mr. NOTES contests were enjoyed, with only out-of-town guest. Four Certificates from the
Following the tournament a Mabry Fifty guests Invited to
the many reasons for the Mrs. Ralph Barker Mrs. Mar- were '
.- - - - - - - - -,
By Helen Ejftn - - -- - -- - - -
happy hour and covered dish high cost of modern drugs, em- Of Lake Geneva shall Gallop, Mrs Roy Turknett join the honoree on this occas

dinner was held In the club- PhasMng that research, manu. and Mrs. Warren, mother of the ion. _'

house. facturing and development are Parham Collins Mabry. 75, EASTERN STAR bride, as winners. Miss Warren will be unitedIn ( \ VOICE of theSPORTSMAN
Tournament chairman Bob the major expenses Involved In died Thursday, June 5. at his Past Grand Matron Verna The Bridges home on Lake) marriage to David Charles

Hayes and committee member the cost of new drugs. home in Lake Geneva following Brice, and Past Grand Patron. Geneva was attractively decor- Coggshall at 8 o'clock Saturday \ ,
Miriam Cantrell presented trophies Belote' also briefly discussed a sudden illness. Dr. E. W. Garrish of the ated with bouquets of pink and night. June 14, in the Community

to the winners of the recent the effects of narcotics on the He was born in Atlanta, Ga. Grand Jurisdiction of Florida, white gladioli. The dining area! Church of Keystone Heights.A .. \. Hy MIKE I CHITTY I

Club Championship Tourna human bOdy.WARRE'ol on July 11. 1893; was a retired were honored by officers of the was set with two refreshment reception will follow In the --r L. S 4'. !41.L

ment.In service station operator, anda Keystone Chapter on June 3 in tables, with cut-lace covers, and educational building. ._ ..% ____ -
: '::;OGGS --------- --------. ....
the Championship Flight ALL veteran of World War I. Ha ___ _.0_ ____ u_ _____. ._ ___. -- -
the Chapter Room of the Masonic
The wedding of
Bob Hayes defeated last year's Miss Carol psrrr rsrrflSSSS rJSflflMELROSE
winner Joe Pet rock. In a sudden Warren to David Coggshall will was Church a member and Solomon of Hope Baptist Mo. Temple in Keystone this time. Classes will begin Greetings sportsmen, Is your and they'll really tear it up.

-death play-off. be solemnized Saturday evenIng 20. F. & A. M.. of Jacksonville.Lodge Heights. June 16 and end July 25. The luck holding out? I'm afraid Roy finally got out Thursday,
Other winners In the flight June 14. at 8 o'clock at the Other special guests on this all-day program starts at 8. that business slowed down con- and guided Leon Jones of Keystone -
competition were: Huntley Red- Keystone Heights Community E.Surviving Mabry are hts widow Rosa occasion were Grand Treasurer all day program starts at siderably since last week. One They caught 9 Bass.
Lake
Church.A Geneva: one Miss Mary Laura Johnson; Rowe shorter column Roy says, "Leon is a better
fearn first place; Charlie Head By Joyce 8 a.m. and closes at 2 p.m. reason for a
sister. Mrs. R.
runner-up (First Flight); Hal reception will be held In A. Wiley, Jacksonville Grand Ruth Mrs. Bobble Ridge- Students In this program will this week is the fact that our fisherman, than he is a me-

Adams, first place; Fremont the Educational Building followIng Mabry : and a brother, W. R. way; Worthy Patron E. F. r have math, reading, and library good buddy, Roy Griffin, was chanic." Saturday, Roy guideda
Neptune
Tolles runnerup (Second the service. Beach. Llndes of Starke Chapter 224 It was a happy time for most in the morning arts and sick most of last week, anddidn't customer ( I misplaced the

Flight); Fred Moore, first Family and friends are In. 2 Funeral S Saturday services were held at and Mrs. Ruth E. Llndes. Warder students at Melrose Elementarylast crafts, and recreation in the fish much. You know that name) and they caught 3 Bass,

place' ; Mel Taylor, runner-up riled to attend. tist p.m. in Hope Bap- of Starke Chapter. week. Besides being the afternoon.The old Roy Is sick when he doesn't the largest weighing 6 1/2
Church Theressa with Following a brief chapter not be But I all things pounds.
last week of school, many activities lunchroom will fish. guess
(Third Flight); S. E. McKay,
HERE 'N THERE Rev. Merle Packham officiating., meeting, the honored guests were planned that add- this summer, so students come for the better, 'cause
first place; Jim Wharton, run- Leroy Syracuse, of Greenville.S. Interment was In Oaklawn were extended a special cour- ed to the enjoyment. will open need to bring lunches. Milk those Sante Fe Bass needed a Well fellows, I've run out of

ner-up (Fourth Flight). C., returned home Monday Cemetery Jacksonville, with tesy. The Star Points gathered The sixth graders, who will and an orange ice drink can rest anyway.I news, so guess I'd better get
Buster Aiken representing the following a week's visit with DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home around the altar, with the Chap leave Melrose and attend In- be purchased at the school. The forgot to tell you a "luck out and make some. So till j

Mrs. Bess Grosberg of Lake In charge of arrangements. lain and :Marshall flanking either terlachen High next year, were lunch period will be supervisedand story" last week, so I'm gon- next week, "Good-by, and good

Geneva. side. The Worthy Matron treated like royalty at the lunch- followed by a quiet rest na tell you now, before I for- luck!" i

DRAGLINE WORK Col. and Mrs. Jim Chesslng- with her son Spike and family.. extended greetings' followed by eon given in their honor Wednesday and game time.Children get It again. We were downat
BULLDOZINGEARTH ton and Col. and Mrs. H. Hamilton A 30-Hour Certificate Programin the Chaplain leading the five Members of the 5th who do not ride the the Oklawaha River last week,

:MOVING have returned from Law Enforcement is now beIng Star Points who repeated sec- gride, who served, were dressed bus may come for one or more and just tore up those yearling
a. week's vacation In the Grand offered at St. Johns River tions of the Lord's Prayer. in dark pants or skirts and classes and return home when Bass. I was fishing with an KEYSTONE
CALL Bahamas. Interested Mrs. Jo( Reed sang "The white shirts with a big red the class or classes are over. unusual top-water plug that I
Junior College. persons
Big Chief HeavyConstruction Mr. and Mrs. James Beeler should contact Chef! of Police Lord's Prayer" accompaniedby sash around their waists, and Those who ride the bus will haveto bought recently, mostly becauseI
returned home ]last Thursday: Wally Muhlhofer for addi- Mrs. Betty Sikes at the pi red hats on their heads. A leave at 2 p.m. thought it was "Pretty." In

Inc.I following a cruise and vacationIn dional information.Mrs. ,ano. folk singer provided entertain- A recreation will and be arts offered and fact, a couple of people made HEIGHTS
Nassau. flew out of The Past Grand Matron's response ment for the group. crafts program fun of it when I bought it, ,
Palatka 325-776 : Mrs. Aughtry Vance Is at Jacksonville Ray Chance Monday for her was one of deep apprecIation All of the classes had l sing- from 2 to 3 p.m. dally for thinking I'd wasted my money. ,

home following a recent visit apartment In Washington' for the courtesy and In outs.Most children who do not need trans- Well even though it was purple DIRECTORY )
new keeping with the religious teachingS of the classes enjoyeda portation. and nothing that the Bass
D. C. Keystoners wish her the will be from
of the Order. picnic on the grounds at least The library open feed on is purple that I know
best of luck in her new surroundings 1 to 3 p.m. for children to
The social hour, which followed once during the week, and many of they ate that plug up.
in the banquet hall, classes had additional treats. use for summer reading.Congratulations I'll bet you, that If I had land RABY'S AUTOSERVICE
Buster Freeman of Memphis was Threatening skies and strong to two Melrose ed half the Bass that struck
Learn To Swim hosted by Mrs. ,
Bertha Ward, In
Tenn. was a house guest last Mrs. Thelma winds were annoying at the girls who won awards I would have had way over the
week of Harold Snellen. Harold Nettle Bunce, and Mrs. sidewV.'t: sri stow, that was Home Economics atInterlachen limit. And the thing is, that Complete Auto RepairsAir

J Ij} <= or Swim Better and Buster were classmates at feature of Stitchberry.the refreshment A special table held Wednesday, but it was Junior Shirley Sever Senior, daughter High School.of:Mrs. every Bass I caught on it was Conditioning Repairs
CarsonNewman College Tenn. well worth to the schoolto
a trip
than the rest that we
: 1 :' Classes Each Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pater, their was a birthday cake inscribed observe the abundance of tal- Ethel Sever, won the Betty; caught.larger Well, here's the &: Automatic Transmission

( Wednesday. Thursday daughter. Margaret and Mrs. with "Happy Birthday Verna" Crocker award, and Maria "luck story" now After winding Service

r ...:-. J Starting. JUNE 24. In Dan Pater Sr. attended the high an artistic compliment from the ent.Each class had work on display Yarborough, won the Crisco the plug in on my final PHONE 473-4404

..:: -- r" Beallt'ifulIodern,, : 20 x school graduation ceremony of Worthy Mr'n. Grace Keeth. There were pictures Award. cast, a Bass struck it within Little Lake Bedford
:'" \ 10) Ft. Pool In A Lovely their son. Robert from Florida ANNOUNCEMENTThe made with grits, string, beans, Nicky: Chlappini, who Is cur- three feet of the boat and pop-

,. ) :. :\ S ttinC. Central Academy on Saturday Chapter will hold a Taste and just about everything else. is rently here stationed for a visit in Germany with his, ped my 12-pound line like a BEAUTY SHOP
.: i:' May 31.Robert. Supper and Auction in the Masonic There was also some exam sewing thread. I just sat there .
Pater and Bruce Sun- Hall on June 14 at 8 p.m. ples of hand weaving by the father, Francis Chiappii, and for a while feeling sick. The
ADVANCE!n S\\immin r, 9:15! : to 9:15: A.M.. derland will fly to Estes Park, Mrs. Mattie Lee' Kingsbury Is students. and other members of his family. only plug I'd ever seen thatwas KEYSTONEBEAUTY

KEGINNERS; : :. ; (Group, ). I 10:00: to JO:301.: Colo on June 14, where they general chairman. Friday the students cleaned up lie came especially to attend just like that, and now it's gone. SHOPEDITH

PRIVATE{ Lemons 10:4.: : to11:13: A.M.: will have summer positions at The final chapter meeting be. their classrooms and the sch- the graduation exercisesof Well, that ole Bass must have
a vacation resort In the Rock. fore the summer recess will be ool grounds and carried home his cousin, Carolyn Chlapp- felt sorry for me. Because JOHNSON. Owner
FTERNOON: : CLASSES held on Tuesday, June 17 at all the articles that they had inl, who graduated from Inter- 10 and behold, if he didn't come Personal and Creative Hair Styling

lea.Richard Sunderland is home which time the Grand Officers.Grand accumulated during the year. lachen Jw Senior1llghSch-- up and spit my plug out within Ever? Form of Beautr
I'RIVTE; Lesions: ; ., 3 ::30 to I 1:00: 1'.:\1.IH"LT Report cards were also given 001 Friday night. 50 feet of the boat! So I got Culture TOe-6. 9-4; closed
for a visit with his wife and Representatives: and
.\ (;L.\ SES. I l.y to 1 1:30: P.M.: family, following a year's tour Grand Chapter Committee members out Friday, and studnets learned Members Committee of the would:Melrose like Action to- my plug back, and I'm plan- VOD ll3r.
whether not they had
of duty ir. the Pacific! with the of the State of Florida will or donated ning on catching more fish on
who -
thank all so generously
passed to the next grade. the there's BUILDING MATERIAL
MRS. FRED It. By way, a
DODD be
honored
U. S. Navy. Richard! Is son of guests. send their articles to their Flea
Those who plan to of people looking HARDWARE
Mr. and Mrs. Dck! Sunderland.John The birthday: of Robert children to summer school are :Market. They are also grate- where couple for one of those every-" no- _

Ph. 473-4206 Martin, son of Mr. and Morris, founder of OES will be reminded that they will have ful to those who attended and good' plugs... BROOKLYN
Mrs. E. T. Martin arrived celebrated with a picnic on only one week's vacation at purchased the articles they had .
home last week following two August 31. for sale. They report a most Griffin's Lodge (east shore SUPPLY HOUSELumber
junlifierl Inxtnulor. Keystone Heights years of active duty with the HORTICULTURALTOUR successful sale. Sante Fe), had a much shorter
U. S Naval Reserve. OF PRISON: of Atlanta, Ga., and Hill Bran Airman Steven W. Morris, son report this week, due to Roy's Plywood Builder'sHardware .

MLjs Norma Valldejull Is Under the sponsorshp! of the non of Birmingham, Ala. were of Mrs. S. G. Smith, graduatedfrom illness. Roy told me that those Roofing -.Sheetrock.Paneling
First weekend guests of Mr.\ and Mrs. U.S. Air Force techi- Shell crackers are being slow Paints Insulation
home for a visit with her fam- Baptist Church WMU, 18 a .
ily, following her spring quarterat women enjoyed a tour of the Roy Bridges. cal school at Shepard Air Force about going on the beds, even Tools Electrical &: PlumbingSupplies.
A BIG BANKROLL FSU. Ornamental Horticultural Divis- Mrs. Ray Chance left Keystone Base Texas. Trained as a though quite a good many have .
Hwy. 21 N. of Keystone 473-4886
last week for her new been caught already. He says
Miss Sally Hardigree arrived slon of Raiford State Prison re medical servies specialist, he
home In Washington D. C. We they should be on good shortly,
home from Auburn last weekto cently.M. Is now assigned to a unit of
spend the iummer with her B. Jordan, director of the welcome the newcomers who the Headquarters Command at CONCRETE PRODUCTSFOR
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bill rehabilitation! program, con- purchased the Chance home and Andrews Air Force Base in

: :-- ::' Hardisree. Sally will be a Juniorat ducted the tour, including a have moved in. They are Maryland.Mr. .
the A. Tobro family, who are KEYSTONE
Auburn this fall. session In the classroom, where and Mrs. Hall have open- CONCRETE PRODUCTS
Mrs. Les Stephenson attended the history and program pro- friends of Mrs. Rohlin, Sr. of ed a meat market in the building CALL OR SEE

graduation ceremonies at FSIT jects were discussed. W. Lakevlew Drive. Is that has served as a drug DRIVE-IN Edward's Building
The Lakevlew Drive area
on Saturday, at which time her Graduates of the course In store for many years.
daughter, Carol, was awardeda horticulture, when released saying: goodbye to many neighbors Donald Williams gave a party Supply, Inc.
diploma. from prison, usually find employment and will be greeting the for members of his ninth grade Fri., Sat. June 13, 14 726 S. :MAIN 372-1844
newcomers as they move in to class at Lake Swan last Satur-
often
Congratulations are extendedto on large es Gainesville Florida
take their places. The James W. Jack Lensmon WaltnWattlYa
Robert Jackson who was promoted tates. Recently, some of the day. The group enjoyed swim-
14"4 Voyles family left last week for '
to( Lt. Colonel in ceremonies graduates were employed in ming and eating. Chaperoneswere The Odd .-. NURSERY "
their home in Texas. and
held at Camp Blanding, land-cape work at the new Disney new Mr. and Mrs Donald Williams Couple
the Charles Riders and three
Mr. and Mrs. Arm-
World Ralph
Tuesday of last week. near Orlando.
Mr. and Mrs. Kyle McMur- Following the tour, the visit daughters from Hammond, La. strong, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford O.C. Carnes Nursery

try Kyle. Jr. and Charlie James ors were entertained at lunch- will occupy* the Voyles home. Barker, and Mr. and :\frslIar- Thousands of plants
Mr. Rider Is the n!!w principalof Jackson.Mr. .
eon In the ry
attended' the graduation cere- new prison cafeteria. Fruit Trees-Shade Trees
1't1 Keystone Heights' School.
monies of Troy state Univer- A monetary Rift was given to Sun.Ion.: Tues.
Farewells said last weekto Evergreens
sity, In Troy Ala. last Friday enable the staff to further the were and Mrs. Quinton Chris-
morning. The MoMurtry's programs. Many state buildings, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Saw as tie were hosts to a swimming Jung 15. 16, 17 Camellias & Azaleas

daughter Jane, received herB. offices, and foyers have received they left for their home In Coventry party for members of the World Sh MOST: ALL IN CANS )
England after a ten-week Literature Class of Interlachen
S. degree In English duringthe ornamental plants from this 9100 PLANT ANY TIME -
Make sure you'll have money when you need It project. visit with their son Dr. John High at their home on Lake Wln- -
ceremonies.: she will be
with a sensible savings plan to suit your individual Mrs. R. O. Saw. Mr. andelrs.\ Francis nott lat Saturday. Beautiful Roses -
teaching In the fall. Mann assisted With
All-Star
needs. A Egan enjoyed an evening visit THANKS, CLAY ELECTRICI Cast LandscapingPhone
Savings Account with
our hiak offers Miss Sandra,Weibelt of Ozark, Mrs. A. W. Dazey in arrangements
I interest, compounded regularly that will Ala. who for the at the Saw home, and returned would like to take this 659-2165
help your was Jane's roommateat tour. Others en-
bankroll that evening with a dessert opportunity to thank Clay ElectrIc Wed., Thurs.-June 18 19
grow faster. Come in and let ua help you Troy State Is visiting Jane Joying this, occasion of for the
I were Mrs.A. evening in the Egan home last Keystone 23 Mi. S. S. of Starke on
I start your money rolling now. and her family this week. G. Loudon Mrs. Allan Miller, Thursday.Mrs. many servies they do free of BEACH Hwy. 100 at Fiorahome ;
Ir Miss! Julie Walker, bride When the PTA held .. .
r IMr. and Mrs. Edwin F. Hub- Irene Schrelner Is now charge. .r.USED
elect, was honored with a bard, Mrs. A. J. Quagliano. Mr. enjoying her new home on Lake the Carnival, they printed our PAR1Ytf'.l' CARS :
KEYSTONE luncheon given by Mrs. George and Mrs. Adolph Bonney Santa Fe. Coach Bayliss and posters. They also printed l

STATE BANK Herbertscn 'Mrs. Rav Blackmarand Raleigh Zike, Mrs. L. L. Grant, family are the new owners of programs for the Commence- ; .-e 0 I .:o... Hanks Used Cars 3
Mrs. James Mock on Sat ment Exercises held at Inter- r -:- '
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Mrs. Francis Egan Mrs.
Member FJXI.C. XeTlltone Heights Fla. urday, June 7, In Jacksonville. oline Wagner, Mrs.,G. W. Bick-Car- Point.her former home on Bellairp lachen High., They have also ...."yO "- r.. .:. BIO CASH DISCOUNT
The luncheon! was held at Mrs. printed other things for worth- '\ .\\\.b:' .."' FUh 'l'uD: : :: TERMS
"Y.ur FrUndJr Bank In Your FriendlyCommunity. ford Mrs. C. R. McCombs, Mrs. The George McLaughllns will
Herbertion's home in Forest while organizations. Often this
Lottie Smith, and Mrs. H. L. soon cccupy the Charles Walen- ALWAYS The BEST BUY_ SELL TRADE
; Park. The hostesses presentedthe goes unnoticed by the public
Snyder. ius home on Bella'.re Point as RT. 1, BOX 90Hwy.
honoree with a silver water but Is certainly appreciated by InIo"ie: Entertainment
pitcher. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Wallenlus plan to 100. 5 Mlle S. SUrk

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Patray, Donna Lou Testone, Mary Elizabeth
,j Barksdale Robert Cody Cuttino Melody
I Patrick, Marvin Tex Tetstone, Mary Katherine
Baxley. Brenda Carol Davenport Debra I
Patterson, Danny Teston, Sharon Diane
Bell, Nancy Lou Davis Barbara Jean 1969 1 GRADUATES OF B.H.S.
Patterson, Marilyn S. ** Thomas, Herman Edward
Belote, William ** Davis, Robert Eugene
Prevatt, Sharon Delayne Thomas, Luther Franklin .
Bennett Dean Dees, Betty Mae I
I IJJ Prevatt, Wanda Lou Thomas, Mary Sue
Dees Mary Jane
Berry. Willie Jr. n -'
r Rhoden, Dorothy Elaine Thompson, Timothy Allen *
Black, Paul Wayne Denef ield, Patricia Ann L HIGH
i Rhoden, Raymond Dale Thornton, Larry
Blye Charles Tyrone Dennison, Robert Fredrick, ,,
Roberts, Larry O. Titus, BryceTomlinson
Breeden, Terry Ruth Duck Madron
I HONORS I Rosier, Dottie Sue Henry Marvin
Bright Michael K. Durham, Mazella
Rosier, Steven Lamar Torode, John A.
Durrance, Linda Ann r ',
N, Bright, Patricia Ann I
Rowe, Sharon Louise Trawick, Jack L.
'; Brown Adrain Dyal Audrey Faye :::: x Evelyn SinclairValedictorian '
w {:: Salazar, Susan Turner, Larry Lee ,
)+ Brown Jerry Kenneth Eggers Barbara ''
t Sanders, Carrie Vanzant, Vonda Arlene
1;;,,,, Brown, Sharon Lee Elder Donald 1 1 :
Bruce Haddock Scoggins, Linda Sue Wainwright, Herbert G.
Brown, William Heath Eunice, Constance 1 M
::c Salutatorian m Sellers, Ronnie Edwin Walker, John Wayne
l'iI Broughton Mary Frances Flynn, James Reginald ::: 1:1':
:: '::: Sherrill, Barbara Jo ** Ward, Sheryl L.
.! Broughton. Willis C. Forsyth Cleo
I'. '. Sinclair, Martha Evelyn" Waters, James Spaniard
Cadle, Luther Gainey, Nancy Carol % NI
Sink, Cindy Lee Werre, Kathryne Susan
r:"' Callan, Joseph Lee Gassett, Pate I
I Smith, Billy Kenneth Wheeler, Paul Robert
; Casey Mary Frances Gatlin, Norma Jean r- 3
1JJ'I' Smith, Carolyn Barbara Whitehead, Judy Nell
44 I Carlton, Kenneth Lee Gibbs, Jerry Doyle
p Smith, Charles Haze Whitehead, Stanley Lee
Cohens, Willie Glisson, Larry Franklin y
Smith, Edward Otis Whittle, Susan
,; Colson, Linda Kay Graudon, Mary Ann
Smith, Virginia Kay Williams, Arthur
h, .; Chastain, Thomas Carlton, III Green, Timothy Allen
Smith, Robert Holden Williams, David Earl
''I; Cooper Eloise Griffin, Juanita
Smith, Ronald] Scott Williams Clarence
I ':i i Cowart, Rose Elaine Griffis, Marsha W.
: A Spearman, Charlie Mae Williams, Luther B.
4 Cowart, Michael J. Griffis, Mary Lou
Stalnaker, Cecil Wayne Williams, Sandra
/1' Crawford, Allen Bruce Griggs, Donald Clayton ,
1 Sullivan, Jacqueline Wise, Ronald Huey
Crawford Barbara Jean Griggs, Ronald Peyton :r Marilyn Patterson Bill Belote Barbara Sherill 1111
Sunderland, Bruce Frank Yawn, James CaldwellCongratulations *
Crawford, Gerald Steven Haddock, Bruce Tyler ** :

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I Crawford Stanley Laverne Hamilton, George Jackson! Hardy, Debra Estella .n..Johnson, Patricia Ann Lee, John Mitchell, Herbert Michael ,

Craven Charles Hardee, Bessie Marie Hardy, Donald Edwin Jones! Seeber Merrill Lee, Marilyn Sue Moody, Clyde Henry

I I Hayes, Anthony Randall Juday, Patrick Michael Lee, Richard Eugene Moore, David Clyde

T U2J Herndon, Margie Kelly, Roger Allen Lescarbeau, Sheila Ann Moore, Michael Doyle

:?> Hick, William Kemp, James Paul Lizenbee, Marilyn L. Moore, Sally Ann
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Norman, Paul Albert
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Lane, Martha Ann
7 ', .. Melvin, Cecil Eugene

Inklebarger, Deborah Ann Lappe, Robert Wayne Meng, Madonna Louise
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look ahead to the year of Sandra Huggins and Shirley I I 'JI/. .:'a ,\ K- """l.. 1. We see that Barbara Craw latest discovery to NASAthe
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1989 in Starke. Fla. and see BUI Ward. Robbie and Scottie Smith i -'" ford Is still engaged to the FFA moon Is really green cheese I

Adams Tommy Chastaln Bill have just discovered a new nature Reggie Flynn Jimmy Yawn Priscilla Tanner Phyllis Meng M:'Jlc Man while: Arlene Van- Denise Knight Is a professional
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Brown. Greg Nichols Billy Hug !trail! zant Is head grease monkey at
waitress and trains her
gins and Jim Thompson have Alvarez Garage. own
Carol Gainey girls for Restaurant
made careers as top-notch beverage Mary Griffls Knight's In
and Susan Werre are now owners Lawtey.
Don Crews slept through
agents for Bradford COW1ty i
and surrounding of the new Gainesville Drag graduation In '69, so! he's gonna
areas. CLASS PROPHECY Sheila Lescarbeau has
surprised
Strip. try this year of 1989 to stay
Sandra Alvarez and Debbie awake. everyone by throwing
Hardy It's seen that Ginger Baldwin, away her studies to become a
are No. 1 Gourmet
Evelyn Sinclair Cindy Sink, Janie McMurtrie and Try dancer at a cocktail lounge In
1989 BHS hours !11!
Queens at the BHS Cafeteria Homecoming- Queen. Nancy Bell and Billy Smith a day taken her place In !the guidance
Linda and Sha.1'OnRowe New York.
while Scoggins phenla McRae are now RN'a at :
Susan Autry and Patty still keep their late hours. Our swabby, Jerry Gibbs. Is are married but still have a Kathy Teston has moved up office. the Starke Nursing Home.
May had quiet lives In a nearby still Seaman 1st class and; Is few disagreements. :In rank and Is head librarian Carlton has finally David Williams now owns the
nunnery. That Senior trip must have Kenneth Michael Cowart, Marvin Tom- hottest mustang In town while
waiting for his release from the Soul Brother, Adraln Brown, at the Bradford County Library.By defeated (Mrs. McClane and has
really been something else as llnson Frank Thomas. Bill Belote Is still writing his
Koreans. the way, the library !has In- Larry
The Lakers Donnie Elder Is head coach for the Harlem taken over her English classes.
Wanda Prevail. Eleanor; Lee Thornton and John Walker still underground
Buddy Trawlck. Ronnie and( Globe Trotters.A creased its number! of books by paper.
and Patty Johnson now have Bruce Haddock, the No. 1 have their
out.
Sanders Intoa and Hampton Lake Friday nights
one Carry turned Hampton
Butch Griggs (the twins), Allen
and Steve Crawford have part Interest In the Treasure Is- candy seller, is still trying to look at the business worldof book this past week. are now growing townships. Larry Turner, Buddy Brough-
bought out Strickland's Landingand land Hotel in Daytona Beach. sell his one box of candy. That's Starke shows us that Dotty Kenny Johns has started his Jimmy Yawn has Just sold his (Continued on Next Pace)

merging' with New What sort of Interest? Well it not right-the never took a box Rosier Elaine Cowart Barbara For a change In pace we own egg' plant and shavings-
are
Kingsley Beach. wasn't said.Macron to sell, and !he was SalutatorIan Sherill Norma Gatlln Connie look ahead and see some of the hauling company In Hampton!
Eunice, Marie Hardy Margie more talented '69 Seniors. Congratulations,
Duck finally decidedon
We look far and wide and Herndon Marilyn Llzenbee DIanne Raymond Rhoden has taken
a wedding date and now she On the lighter side of things, Don Hardy has just taken Parker's position and
only by chance see the Lawtey Teston Mary Sue Thomas''', Sheriff
and Chuck are living in Lawtey we find Melody Cuttlno ard over Glenn Campbell's Good- parking'
Wildcats Charlie Smith Tex Sharon Prevatt, and Carol Bax- makes his regular
with their feathered little ones- Jeanette King as Jack LaLane'sNo. time Hour( and it's now calledHardy's to watch speeders at Willy's -
Patrick Dean Bennett, Mickey ley compose Starke's secretarialpool. place
1 assistants, followers and Happy Hour.
Moore Paul Norman Craig Madonna Meng, :Mary Brighton Intructors. .
Padgett, Steve Rosier and J. S. Salazar is In the U. S.
Debbie Hill Terry Breed. Our Susan Lasslter and Freddie -
Star Student DoyleCrews Lwtey has gained another Steve rn'Ri
Watershave erected a sIght. Davis In- Marching Band, playing
en Jean and Debbie just earned his LNOSODegreeLawtey's farmer Reggie Norman and Army Magyarl are still making their
seeing tower, located exactly 50
The first French horn.
kleberger now manage the boat
at
No. One Saal- Saturday nights
Sally Moore now own a 100-acre
feet from the Nudist
Lawtey
Place in Gainesville, and the
Colony. tary Officer. place, raising' chickens: and Beatrice Crum Patricia Dene- ramps on Hampton Lake.
Keystone Beach dances. .Seniors !
Looking' to the more quiet .strawberries. field Rellen Houston Daisy Phyllis Meng Is happily married .
We find somewhat of a tragedy Our brave fellow classmates side Jane Crosby Dottle Rho- Hamilton Charlie Mae Spearman the Meng Insti-
keeping up
and Gary
has happened. John Lee Larry Roberts, Randy Hayes, den Judy Whltehead and Judy Donna Lou Patray Juanita Griffin, Sandra tute In Mengvllle. Fla., formerly
Bobby Lapps, James Knight and Jerry Brown are now McConnell are writlrg a bookon Brewer have moved to( Keystone Williams Elouise! Cooper, Juan- Lake.
and Jamie Holbrooks have all three-star generals In the U. S. "Silence Is Golden. Heights .so Gary wouldn't haveto ita Taylor and Ann Bright are Hampton
bald and are desperately shows drive so far to work every the Su- Is still mak-
gone Marine Corps. A Hash news reports now soul dancers for Danny Patterson
working a hair-restorer. Stanley Crawford has taken morning.We( '. premes ing Ice cones at the Tastee

Everyone will be pleased to Dumbo's place In Disneyland.He there's some celebrities Freez. He just Invented a new WESTERN AUTO
News to our nature lovers know see is the 1
that Eric Kersey Is the: Mike Mitchell No.
flew downto Cafeteria Sepcial.Rick
and Mr. Stewart in town -Mary Ann Grau- dessert, BHS
winner the U. S. Golf
money on
but Stan-
the wire ear-tc-ear
don and Debbie Davenport.
McCaskill must Is still
Tour Coach Lamprecht pumpIng -
ley won by a photo fln'sh.!
Alas. Laurel and Hardy I
Congratulations Robby Barksdale and Lynn have really been some golf gas in Keystone, but now he

Green now run the 301 Drive-In. Mary Jane Dees Kay Smith, coach! pumps white gas only. They say
and Betty Dees !have moved that's powerful stuff. GOOD LUCK
Now for a quick look at the
Wayne Black, now owner of ,
their little trailer to Gainesville.
partly remaining BHS Seniors: Reno Is still swinging with its
The Telegraph, has turned Into
Jane and still attending
Kay
Mary are
Bruce Sunderland has Just out-of-slght Seniors of '69. Rob-
an underground newspaper. Santa Fe Junior College. changed his name to Paxton ert Armstead and Willie Berryare 4i.i J GRADS
That must really be shaking up _
Starke. \Starke businesses are really Quigley and now stars In now faithful followers of
prospering. Pate Gassett Is now "Three In The Attic." Rev. Alke. At this important time of your life, we'd like

Brooker's' police force has Increased head sales manager at Terwll- to add our own personal Congratulations and
barton Durham Martha
Fran Casey is seen as the Marzella ,
.Seniors The !entire In the force past consists 20 years.of legar Motors. twirling teacher for BHS Lane, and Gloria Hutchinson Good Wishes to you. We hope that your future

Gene Melvin, Cecil Stalnaker, Linda Durrance and Glenn with Roger Kelly as her assist ,have started their own gossip hopes and ambitions will be crowned with success -

and Allen Green. Hicks now own Durrance Si ant. column In the local paper. and fulfillment, and that your life will

.-. Hicks Pump & Supply has taken Soul Brothers Charles
Co.l; ; Friscilla Tanner Blye always be filled with Good Health and Happiness.

BILL POWELL INSURANCE Clyde,Moody has taken over over teaching for Miss Temples. Willie Cohens Donnie Jackson Congratulations from all of us!
1, the Long Branch, while John 'big and Ronnie Dell are rated !as
Marilyn
Our trophy winner No. 1 in Starke and surrounding -
Nationwide Agency Torode( has Inherited his father'sShell
Patterson has followed in
Oil Co. and is areas.
operating her mother's footsteps\ and Is i a STARLING FARM SUPPLYEddie
404 W. Madison without much difficulty
teacher's aide at BHS. That Leonard Cummings and Joe

Mike McRae, Jimmy Nelson, takes talent! Morris are now the head bag Starling, Owner
Herb Wainwright and Ray Low- boys at Winn-Dixie.
Bryce Titus Is still seen snap-
ery have become shareownersof
(
Ing pictures here and there on
Stalling's Corner just across;
the campus. He's making a photo -
9't te ea'tt the county line. Starke Is, :In
IH ( album of the deterioration of
tI tI tI name only, still dry.
BHS from year to year.

Lamar Norman has bought out
Miss Rosenberg has finally
} Slade Gas and working
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Our thoughts and good wishesare

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Insurance Farmers Supply we wish them a future of

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OUR HEARTIEST WISHES FOR HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS. with an attitude of success.

Best of luck! COUNTY




I Mutual Lumber BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION


Community State Bank of StarkeSTARKE Company Tom Casey Superintendent

INCORPORATEDStarke Rodney Hall 11. A. [.;1\\1'\011 Charles Sawyer

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/ Prophecy Graduation : Ihghii :n.3

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I Preccedln Pace] come an A-I Marine's! wife. ;::! FRIDAY." JUNE 13, 1969 W ..f.:

ton Charles Craven Rudolph Lastly, but :hardly leastly. we {:::S: :v .'..:::............................................................................................ !
Hudson Patrick Juday, David aee Paul Wheeler still roaming :::: :: :-;: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::
Newman.Moore\BuddY Vera Morgan. Ronald around Starke on his motor pi P1"OCCMIlOnal.: "Pomp and Circumstance" BUS Band 'a
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Dyal Parrish. Barbara Ronnie Eggers Sellers, Faye and "I' ..'"I II c >: Invocation .. Father Edward A. Kirby : Congratulations,
Arthur Williams are still keep' I \ i: St Edward's Catholic Church :M
ing it cool In Starke. I

Reggie Flynn and Linda Col- AMERICA IS :: Musical Interlude .. .. ... 'U' ... .._.oo _.. BHS Bund :: r 6T;;'!;W'w'i''f/'ff!!'!:, ;'!;!'!!/! ::"!"::$!::!;!;;i'qir'!! I':':'
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son have gotten their Master's. :
I In sociology and have returned PROUD OF #N c: Welcome Address ._.. ____-.___._ .. Evelyn SinclairValedictorian ::::
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take Miss Summer'splace <<
teaching. ;:::1 :::: 1,1: A'
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decide Sheila Taylor which is still trying to ITS YOUTH ;::: 1st Speaker> .--._. .. Thomas L. Casey !:;:ij
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really j ; ;;!! 1 i ri .Seniors!
likes while Janice Rollings- Superintendent of Schools j ( .
worth is married and has be- ;!! :
I 1+: Class! Sony,: "Born Free" .._ ._.. The Harbingers ':: !i

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j 2nd Speaker .._.h.. The Honorable Doyle E. Conner *111::
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aI '11..: 3rd Speaker -.___..__._________________ Ralph Diggs I,:;j 1 i
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}::1 1 Farewell Address -..---.--..-___________,__.__ Bruce Haddock 1;j I Graduation- '
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:: Benediction ------ --. --..- ___.__ Father Edward A, Kirby :ir :: in your march
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<::;<: Recessional ....---.-. ----.---_.____________..______ BHS Band :! to achievement. '

'm Master of Ceremonies .. Reggie Norman \
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/Jne- I TOD.AYS J. R.COLLECTORCongratulations KELLYTAX I MERRILL CITY CLERK EDWARDS I



Best Wishes GRADS .I

Go on. grads to, It's your world now,

greater heights. Go out and make I, 1. EN/QH
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J. E. HARDY THE APPLEOF
Starke 66 Service
AUTO SALES Your
BILL EDWARDS ,, I + horizon
1320 N. Temple Ave I is still a OUR EYESUWANNEE

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Congratulations '- ,
: to you STORE

I, Leroy Jackson & Employees

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DeWITT C. JONES
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THE WORLD NEEDS rFWe
THE ENERGY AND [ I
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EDUCATED YOUTH.'
THECOMMUNITY I Oitft CGmJfiTwMt4ldt
WILL BE WATCHING -- -- Q

YOUR FUTUREACHIEVEMENTS J.l

GENE LONG ,.-- I ( ke

TAX ASSESSOR I Strout Realty

Mary D. Brown,
CE.0 Branch Mgr. SEmORSI congratulatethe

GOOD LUCK
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this important time of your life, we'd like They're the keyto
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to add our own' personal Congratulations and
Good Wishes to you. We hope that your'futurehopes
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better tomorrow
and ambitions will be crowned with success a
and fulfillment, and that your life will
always be filled with Good Health and Happiness.
Congratulations from all of us! .........".....,..


FLORIDA STATE TELEPHONE CO.
Shuford's Standard Oil Station :odcoclt STARKE. FLA.WELL .


J 128 S. Walnut St. Phone 964.5289

BILL WILSON, OWNER

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each and every one of' an era of promise and fulfillment.
of you We extend our congratulations on this special -
day. Your\ commendable alilities and
grand achievements make this Senior Class
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STARKE
success !bo yours, Seniors. MOTOR PARTSFrank EDWARD'S GROCERY & MARKETU.

NATURAL GAS DEPARTMENT Jarvis, Manager S. 301 SOUTHJack
STARKE CHRYSLERPLYMOUTHU.
And< Gladys Edwards!
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Naval Aviation Officer Can- L F : Set y
didate Donald R. Thompson, 8 P.M. Tonight '
SERVICE I MEN eon of Mr. and Mrs William B. +
Thompson Jr., of Route 1, y Jt _
.... Starke, was commissioned an Preliminary registration faa. WOYIk
ensign In the Naval Reserve on t t tP courses in Starke of the Fall f
Pfc Tommy H. Wynn. son of completion of the Aviation Of term of Santa Fe Jr. College WNNTED 1ill
Mr. and Mrs Ossie Wynn of fleer Course at the Naval Avia be held at 8 p.m. today
Route 2. Starke, has been assigned tion School in Pensacola. (June 12)) in the choral room *t HIRE
by the Army to the 1st He will now enter the night Bradford Hltft' School.:
Logistical Command in Vietnamas preparation school at Peiisacola Persons :who plan 'to reffUter GRAD!
a mechanic to continue his training under should take $5 In caM or check.:
the program The course to toe offered In
Starke In the Fall will depend
Sgt. Lawrence Mosley son of ASYI i on local demand.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Mosley of ti FI i rj M
Route 2, Starke has been assigned -
as a squad leader with the
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9th Infantry Division in Viet- I i ..I
First Annual ::
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WE SHARE Held At Bradford High ....


YOUR _..... ,m..
More than 70 Bradford high Michael Tew, Future Farm
Maze'lla Durham, Home Ec-
and junior high school students ers of America. I
received recognition in the onomics. rI .
Jimmy Alvarez and
Kelly
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PRIDE First Annual Awards Day pro- Richards, Physical Education. Rebecca Jackson, Honor Stu r
gram held in the BUS auditor- Patty Whitehead, Chorus. dent.
ium with Principal Ralph Diggs Louise Batten, Business Judy Young, Honor Student.
Karen Breeden, Art.
serving as master of ceremonies Training Best
Dottie Sue Rosier, Student
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Bruce Haddock,Interact Club,
Oustanding scholasticallywas and Coast Guard Librarian.
Academy ap-
Rebecca McMillan, dau- pointment.Jim Tanya Watts, School Spirit. WiSheSMALLARD'S
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Shuford, Student Council, Gloria Crews, Honor Student.
McMillan of Starke, who Linda Haas, Honor Student.
: ;t Pfc Michael J. Crawford,who was and Citizenship. //
described as "the only one out June Hardy, Junior Varsity; w
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is i i4111uiiii recently graduated as an Ammo Cheerleader.
of
950 who made straight A's
Technician In the Marine Corpsat in her studies." She Isamem- Linda Stone, Honor Student. Jimmy Yawn, Band. Rebecca McMillan GRADS /
Quantico, Va., spent a 20- ber of this year's Junior Class. Fran Casey, Majorette. Tim Murphey, Academic Academic Leader Jne-
leave with his Mr.
and day Mrs. J. E. Crawford parents, of Marilyn Patterson, a Senior, Lamarr: : Norman" ,-Diversified._ Athlete.
was the "most awarded" Cooperative Trauung.Bonnie : Award ( home economics).
Kingsley Lake, and is now at
Camp Pendleton for advanced student, receiving four citations Trisler, Honor Stu- Mark Graudon, All around Dorisann Spengler, German 1969
Athlete, and Outstanding Ath-
training. including ones in Englishand dent. Certificate.
i!: He left June 5 for duty in Mathematics.The lete.Mary Becky Jackson, Spanish Certificate -
Vietnam with the 1373 Re- trophies in each categorywere Reggie Norman, Leadership.Joan Griffis, Yearbook. Go on grads to,
placement Battalion. Pfc presented by local businesses Hinson, Honor Student. Christy Padgett, Honor Stu Ricky Frick, Voice of Demo-
I And wish Crawford is a 1968 graduateof civic clubs, and other Eugene Mock, Science. dent. Sinclair cracy. greater heights,
you BHS and enlisted in the organizations. Stella Costello, Honor Student Evelyn Varsity Ronald Wise Creative Writ-
continuingsuccess. Marine Corps last October. Students receiving awards and Home Economics. Cheerleader. ing.Mike
were: Herbert Green, Honor Stu Mitchell and Richard 5&10
Priscllla Tanner, Social Studies dent. Phyllis Meng, Citizenship.!! Roberts, Activities. Branding IronRESTAURANT
Carrie Sanders, Reading, and Mary Sue Underhill National
Charles M. (Mike) Derrick,
Marilyn Patterson, Mathe- Judy McConnell, Foreign State Teacher's Scholarship. Mathematics Association.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Denver R. matics, English, Honor Student, Language. Reggie Flynn, National ROTC
Derrick of Starke, has been and Honor Society. Donald Hardenbrook, Honor Rebecca McMillan, Highest Scholarship, University of Flo- Felix & Betty Sullivan
promoted to sergeant In the IT. Barbara Sherrill, Honor Stu- Student. Academic Student, and Latin rida.
S. Air Force. dent. Terri Inklebarger,Honor Stu- Certificate. Evelyn Sinclair and Bruce
Now assigned as a computer Stanley Gay and Tanya Watts, dent. Debbie Hill, Betty Crocker Haddock, American Legion
Doyle Conner operator at Charleston AFB, S. Driver Education. Larry McLeod, Science Club. Award. Award for Senior Students.

C., Sgt. Devrlck is assigned to ,.................................................. .............. Rebecca Jackson, Crisco Certificates for perfect attendance -
Insurance Agency a unit of the Military Airlift ( ;;;;;;;;;;::;:::;:;::;:;:;:;:;:;:;::::::::::::::.;::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:;:;:.:.:.:.:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: were presented to:
Command. He U a 1967 gradu- 1[! 1!r Robert Chesser, Gene Combs T
ate of Bradford High School. :: Edward Knight, Leon Manning,
i J.jji Senior, Class Officers $::1 Kathleen Hazen, David Meng,
ill George Barton, Peggy Lee,Judy
;|; $ Young, Louise Batten, David ,r

Congratulations 1 :. REGGIE NORMAN ______..__ _. Coleman, Marcia Kay Davis, 0
-__..________ President .|:..:. Diana Call Griffis. Karen Cis-
!11! sy, Frank Patterson, Willie
BILL BELOTE __.___._____________________ Vice President |1 Griggs, Barbara Jean Craw-
ford, Dotty Sue Rosier, ..and 8

:::::: PHYLLIS MENG -----.____________ .__________ Treasurer |: Barbara Sherrill.Certificates of l. Appreciationfor

:::: assistance to the schoolin
1 SALLY MOORE __.__. ___ __ .__.. .. _.._ Secretary | various activltes were pre-
\\\\ 1 sented individuals to various: businessesand

Seniors Senior Class Sponsors fl:: Baldwin, Terwillegar Chevrolet -Motors Oldsmobile -, 7lLl.is

I J.E. Hardy Auto Sales, Radio
I Station WPXE, The Bradford
MAXINE GIBSON JUDY SULLIVAN | County Telegraph, and Arthur GIB BROWN SERVICE STATION
m1 N. Holliday.
KATHY McCLANE CAROL SUMMERS |

EDDIES "66" SERVICE J JACK McCASKILL JULIE TEMPLES |
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"LIVE FOR TODAY FOR TOMORROW MAY NEVER m. lurk to .eof

I COME AND YESTERDAY IS GONE FOREVER." ;1


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VAN H. PRIEST CO. Wells Electric

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